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VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SUNDAY, AUGUST 9, 1959 


62 PAGES 


No. 202— KIM YEAR 


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(From AP, l PI) 

HAVANA — The Cuban Government 
arrested more than 1,000 soldiers early today 
to supress an uprising aimed at ousting 
Prime Minister Fidel Castro. 


Food Stall Seeks 
Fresh Vegetables 

Convenor Mr*. E. E. Harper of Victoria’* sur- 
piu* food *tall yesterday issued a plea for fresh 
vegetable* for the monthly stall day next Saturday 
at the Elks’ Home. 

Margarine, powdered milk and tea for tho 
elderly citizens also are needed, she said. 

Persons wishing to make donations may have 
them picked up by phoning Mrs. Harper at 
GR 4-1750. 


CASTRO SEIZES 1,000 TROOPS 
M UPRISING; INVASION FEARED 


Havana Uneasy 
Reports Denied 


Reliable sources In Havana 
say government troops moved 
against the soldiers at Camp 
Lihertad in the suburbs of the 
capital following an uprising 
against the Castro regime on | 
ti e Isle of Pines, about 90 j 
miles south of Havana. 

The sources say the uprising 
is believed a partial success 
since insurgents seized con¬ 
trol of communication centres 
and cut off part of the island 
from the outside. The govern 
ment had no comment and Jhe 
whereabouts of Castro is dot 
known. 


Formosa, 

Japan 

Hard Hit 


C'AHTRO MEN 

Many of those ••‘rested Saturday in Formosa 

_u. .... L. r..tr A in Kit a Hit h _ J 


By The Associated Press 

Storms and floods left at 
least 70 persons dead and 80 


fought .with Castro in his 26th and Jap ^ n 


Most of the casualties were 
on the Nationalist Cftinese 
island of Formosa, where flash 
floods following violent thun¬ 
derstorms caused 60 known 
deaths. Fifty-six persons wet# 
missing there. 

Typhoon Ellen hit southern 
Japan, leaving 10 people dead, 
nine injured and four missing. 
Early Sunday, the typhoon 
was moving northeast toward 
the industrial city of Nagoya. 

From Communist China, 
Peiping radio reported that 
millions of persons were work¬ 
ing to combat the effect* of 
both floods and drought 


Brief discussion of Comet jet flight 
from London to Vancouver and RCAF 
Dakota flight to Victoria took place 


after comely princes* met Rear-Ad¬ 
miral H. S. Rayner, RCN Flag Officer, 
Pacific Coast, at airport yesterday. 


Princess Welcomed to B.C. 


at Victoria International Airport yes¬ 
terday by Lieutenant Ciovemor Frank 
Ros*.—(Colonist photo*.) 


Inside Today 


Formal welcome to British Columbia 
upon informal royal arrival was ex¬ 
tended to Prince** Alexandra of Kent 

Cafe, Store, Homes 

A 

Spectacular Fire Destroys 
Half-Block in Port Alberni 

PORT ALBERNI—Fire dentroyed h*lf ■ block of Care in Marcnr a uwd car 
huairew property on Third Avenue North early Salur- i"< *«* driven nr towed to 
day evening in a blaze which was fought by both Al- Mf *>' >" th * 
bemi and Port Alberni fire departments. ; of ,h# flr€ - 

The Connelly Block, contain I- The main part of fh# Con 

tng the Lantern Inn. Winga tened within an hour of the | nelly Block waa built la the 
grocery atore and auitea used outbreak of the fire. Buildings ’ early 1930s. 
aa living quarter! by old age on a used car lot next door Occupants of th# suites, 
pensioners, was completely d# were also wrecked. Several many of whom were Chinese, 
atroyed. small homes occupied by East MV ed few of their personal Radio 

The Lantern Inn restaurant Indiana at the rear of the possessions. Aortal 

aection of th# building was flat Third Avenue property were The^ flames were burning 

Reds Seeking 
Attack Base 


Help My Haven , 
Mom Asks Canada 

(Names in New*, Page 2) 

* * t 

Pari* Cashier Held 
In $1,000,000 Fraud 

(Page 3) 

* a * 

Norwegian Await* 
Rockefeller Millions 
(Page 6) 
a a a 

Bach to Bruherk; 
Sex Sell* Albums 
(Page 7) 
a a a 

Murders Slow Hunt 
For CiaCs Treasure 

(Page 8) 

a ' a a 

King Fisherman 
(Page 11) 

a a a 


of July movement 
The intensive roundup 
seemed to be aimed also at ex 
Batista officers remaining in 
the Cuban army. 

A number of army officers 
who were kept in their Jobs 
after ex president Fulgepcio 
Batista fled Jan. 1 had been 
arrested at gunpoint and held 
in garrisons at Managua, nine 
miles south of Havana. 

One Havana radio station an¬ 
nounced plans have been made 
to disband Cuba's secret police. 

RAUL SPEAKS 

While various rumors cir¬ 
culated In Havana. Raul Cas¬ 
tro. commander-ln-chief of the 
armed forces and brother of i 
Fidel Castro, issued a state- j 
ment calling “false and tenden- | 
nous" reports that there had 
been landing by invasion forces 
at various places in Cuba. 

Earlier, both Fidel and Raul 
Castro showed up unexpect 
edly at the presidential palace 
along with cabinet minister*. 

The palace, normally quiet on 
weekends, was bustling with 1 

reporters and rumors that PARIS <AP» Th# United 
some developments were ex- Stole*. Britain and Franc# 
p^ lwl have agreed in principle to a 

.... . major concession to the Soviet 

NW *" A|1 Union in an effort to.clear 

A government spokesman , h * way fo , Kast West negotia- 
said, however, “all is normal ." !ion , on disarmament, it wa# 
Raul Castro left the palarg reported Saturday night, 
after a few minutes stay and The concession would give 
went to army headquarters at the Comipunist bloc equal 
Camp Lihertad. Fidel Castro representation, or parity, on a 
stayed at the palace about new 10-power commission in- 
half an hour. side the United Nations in an 

Informed sources said there effort to get long stalled talk! 

_. .. , * is * i -a ■ *•_j was one report that sometime going again. 

Pnnces* Alexandra of Kent last night retired during th|jl weekend there senior Allied diplomats said 

early to her Government House suite after an almoat would be simultaneous and c© the agreement in principle 

unbroken flight from London, England. ordinated movement# against was reached informally thi» 

-, Caatro from Florida. Ihe Do- week in Geneva by the Soviet 

ner" at which few guests minican Republic and from and Big Three Weytern foreign 

were present. within Cuba itself, where the ministers. 

Asked earlier if rhere had government has been round- The West has long resisted 

been anv dancing in recogni ‘ng up suspected counter the Soviet demand for parity 

tion of the youthful princess' revolutionaries for weeks. I in international negotiations. 


It Was Late 
For Princess 
—London Time 


Western 

Nations 

Yield 


A Government House 
spokesman said that the day 
closed following a “quiet din 


John D. Visits 
Sick Mother’ 


presence, th# official explained 


Bee story on Pag# 14. 


Jewelry Loot 

Worth $8,000 


c< 


Dot in Esquimalt Harbor 


Several 


also destroyed. the fimil shell of the remain- 

PHONES, POWER OFF ! ing half of the building at 7 

The two • storey frame and- p.m. 
stucco building went up in one 
of the most spectacular blaz.es 
in the city's history. Phone ser- 
VIENTIANE. Laos <AP> — j vice in both Alberni and Port 
Communist troops in northern Alberni waa disrupted, while 
Laos are trying to establish , power waa off in a section of 
•*a baa# from which to attack Port Alberni. Nearby build 
th# south and a corridor. mga were endangered until a 
through which to attack strong southwest wind substd- 
South Viet Nam." Premier I * p m 

P houl 

Saturday. ■ propan# gas tank used for 

The Lao# government it eer- restaurant cooking and bot¬ 
tom Communist North Vtot wat * r Unk * ln th * building. ] Cole Island in Esquimalt Har 

N.m t. behind th. prerem „,*!U*2£j£ 

r of th« ibmifi has been made. 

It la believed to have amounted 


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Financial News___ * 

Garden Note*_18 

_... « 

-— 1«. 17. 19 

_ I*. II. 1* 


PRINCE ALBERT. Sask. that the royal party was still , 

<UP> -Prime Minister Diefen- on London time and that ii 

baker left his home town of 10 20 p m. local time last j 

Prince Albert Saturday for night it was 6.20 am. for 

Saskatoon to visit his sick them. 

mother in hospital. “Would you go dancing at 

Before leaving here, he said 6 20 a m.?'' he asked. 

the rate of expansion of Can- Most of the program of ... ... u.v,. i_ 

ada's petroleum industry has events during the princess’ ^ ^ ^ anf L P° ICP *t*J* oni 

increased considerably since *tav at Government House Dy RCMP to watch for an estimated 88,000 of 

last year. “will be played by ear." the j**e!ry *tolen yesterday fmm Shore * Credit Jeweler* 

He added that the expansion official said, signifying there hi Campbell River, 
went ahead in spite of a busi- is no hard and fast program. Th# break in apparently oc 


Television_21 

Theatre#__8, 7 

Travel_..._1 18 


ness recession, the competition The princess is scheduled , n lh# Mr | y morning, 

of oil supplies from oversea*, to leave Government House at! _ . .. ... ' 

and th. application ol vofun 10J3 a m. today to attend En,ry WM ,hrou * h ,h * r ” r 

tary quotas on crude oil en- Christ Church Cathedral, the building where a door was 

tering the United States from where she will he greeted by wrenched from its hinges. 

Canad a Archbishop Sexton at 11 a.m. BETWEEN BANKA 

The store is between the 
Canadian Bank of Commerce 
and the Royal Bank of Canada, 
on the Island Highway 
It appeared t h e thieves 
knew tho quality of the mefs 
rhaadiae They took only the 
moot expensive jewelry and 
ignored cheaper items. 

INAIDE ATORE 
Merchandise wa* taken from 


shavers, three seta of cultured 
pearls, three binoculars and 
leather suitcases. 


LWd as Navjtl Magazine 


Historic Island for Sale 

Eight tenths of an acre of he included on most large scale master of the Fugard, one of Canadian Navy until 1938. 


Sananlkone declared during the height Victoria s naval history is up maps of Greater Victoria, has the ships which first surveyed when tMe magazine waa moved show cases inside the store. 

of the fire were blamed on a . ui hv tend * r ■ number of brick buildings Esquimalt Harbor. to Colwood. Nothing was disturbed in the 

nronana mmrn tank f A r 1 " ’ __iui_n_i vt _ _i n_ .. , ._._. .. . . . . 2 . . . 


T-nd.ni for .ho purrh.re of buiMln «* •" 


The Royal Navy used the Main drawback to the island front display windows 
island aa a powder magazine seems to be thP lark of fresh Stolen were 40 diamond 


attacks In two 


•l Laos, h# said. 


to at toast 890,00a 


Some of the brick buildings until 1910. when it turned the water. This almost caused the 

bor dose with the Crown As-1 wer# constructed in 1897. prob- land over to th# Canadian Royal Navy to move shortly 

sets Disposal Corporation In ably by th# Royal Engineers. Navy. after it was first used aa a 

Vancouver Sept. 4. The island wu named in The island was used aa a magazine, but water waa car- 

Th# tiny island, too small Ml 1846 altar Edaun^Ptcoti Cole, naval magazine by th* Royal ned over t*>m the mainland. 


Crowds Flock 
To Balmoral 

BALMORAL, Keel I and 
(AP) — Thousands of tour- 
Into flocked around Bal¬ 
moral Saturday almost with¬ 
in earshot of the <f u#en . 

H was aa If the SS year- 
rh wer# npnthf 
baby Instead of her 


ring*- 83 assorted rings. Mack 
diamond jewelry, a gold cruci¬ 
fix. 15 wristwatehas. seven 
movie and still cameras, four 
translator radios, five etoctric 


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ALL ABOARD 


With G. E. Mortimore 


COVE, near Famborough—The Tradesmen* 
Arms public house had a new man behind the bar 
last night: me. But my first and (I feel sure) my 
last appearance as a landlord s helper was not a 
success. 

The chief trouble was that I couldn’t remember 
the prices. ~ • 

We’re staying with Bob and Gladys, who run 
the Tradesmen’s Arms. When Bob went out for the 
evening, he agreed to let me help Gladys behind 
the bar. 

Even a fairly small pub carries a variety of 
•tock that compares favorably with a B.C. cock¬ 
tail bar. 

In the ‘‘Tradesmen’? Arms” there are three 
kinds of beer on draft: mild, bitter and special 
bitter. In bottles there are Watney’s light ale. 
brown ale. Red Barrel ale: there is Worthington’s 
ale; there is Guiness’s stout and some other kind 
of stout. 

There are combinations of these beverages: 
mild-and-hitter; brown-and-mild. 

• There is lager beer, which some customers 
(particularly women) drink mixed with lime 
juice. This strikes me as a revolting blend. But they 
sav it has a cooling effect in summer. The lager, 
which tastes very like B.C. beer, is the only beer 
that is kept in the refrigerator. 

There are two or three kinds of bottled 
cider, and miniature bottles of champagne cider 
and champagne perry (the latter made from pears) 
piarketed under the name of Babysham. 

’There are wines and spirits, sandwiches and 
several kinds of eigarets. Each of these commodities 
has its price which must be kept in one’s head. 

But that isn’t all. In this particular pub there 
are two sets of prices: one in the public bar, which 
is a simply furnished room; the other is the saloon 
bar, which is a little plushier. 

I find that I can memorize figures without 
too much trouble if I have them down on paper. 
But figures that are told me orally just won’t stay 
in my head. The mind flips them out like a slot 
machine rejecting lead nickels. 

I came into the bar without any advance pre¬ 
paration, at a fairly busy time of the evening. 
(Oh, I have lots of excuses). And I constantly had 
to ask Gladys: “How much is brown-and-mild in 
the public bar?” “How much is lime-and-lager?” 
“How much is lager without the lime?” 

Then I had to make change in pounds, shillings 
and pence. This doesn’t come too readily after some 
years of thinking in dollars. 

Fortunately most of the customers were “regu¬ 
lars.” They knew the prices, and let me know the 
amount if I seemed to be hesitating. Most of them 
thought it was an amusing stunt to have a Canadian 
working behind the bar. 

I made some progress at drawing beer by 
means of a manual beer-pull, without spilling too 
much. That was on the bright side of the account. 
On the other hand, \ jammed the cash register and 
dropped and broke a bottle of brown ale. 

Boh and Gladys were polite. They praised my 
performance. But they haven’t invited me to step 
behind the bar again. I don’t blame them. 

But Police Cot Him 

Red Flag Over New York 
Too Much (or Hungarian 

NEW YORK »AP> To Hun 
gjirlan-bnrn Andrew Ludanyi. 

19. niff sight of a huge Soviet 
flag fluttering over New York 
was just too much 
The big pennant dangled on 

Missile Bases 
In Canada? 

NEW YORK tAP) — An 
American plan to locate! 

American Bomarc and Nike- 
Herrulea missiles bn Canadian 
•oil ia expected to be dia- 
runted with Canadian defence 
officials in Ottawa this week. 

A report in the Washington 
Post says American Defence 
Secretary Neil H. McElroy ia 
expected to bring up the mat 
ter during hit one-day visit to 
the federal capital Tuesday. 



Help Build Bigger Home 

_ * * . * 

Mom Whyte Asks Canada 

BOWMANVI1XE, Ont. —- Mrs. Bertha (Mom) HAMBURG, Germany- * * * 

Whyte will start a cross-Canada speaking tour this vice • President Mxon t old 
week to raise $250,000 for a bigger Whytehaven home Poiish . officials during hit trip 


MRS. MARGARET MACKAY 
• • . duke crashed near home 


Do Not Disturb 


Bid for ‘Wee Visit’ 
Stymied by Police 


Far at Sea 


Escorts 
To Join 
Exercise 


for children. 

Mrs. Whyte, whose home 
wat closed recently by the On 
tario government, said she 
need* the money for additions 
to make the home large 
enough to comply with govern 
ment regulations. 

“We are not going to raise 
a riot against the govern 
ment.” she said. Since the clos¬ 
ing. she has received 30 new 
applications from parents and 
“the mailbox is full of letters 
of encouragement every day." 

The home was closed after 
an outbreak of disease Wei 
fare officials claimed it was 
unsanitary, overcrowded and 
understaffed. 

♦ * a 

WASHINGTON A day¬ 
light prowler who broke into 
the home of Mrs. Woodrow 
Wilson ransacked a bedroom 
while the former U.S. presi 
dent’s widow rested In another 
taking $170 and a handful of 
costume Jewelry. 

♦ ★ . * 

WASHINGTON — US. Su 
preme Court Chief Justice Karl 
Warren and hia wife fly to 
Moscow today to begin a sum¬ 
mer European tour. 

a a * 

WATERVILLE. Wash. Bal 
let dancer Olivia MacDonald. 
26. a leading performer in the 
Royal Winnipeg Ballet, died 
near here in a car crash. Her 
husband. Brian MacDonald, 
produced and starred in the 
successful Canadian revue 
"My Fur Lady." 

♦ * * 

MUNICH— Dr. Joseph Baum 
gartner. a former vice-premier 
in the Bavarian state govern 
ment. has been sentenced to 
two years at hard lagor and 
five years loss of civil rights 
for perjury in connection with 
gambling 


Names 
In the 
News 



EARL WARREN 
. . . Russian holiday 


the outside of the New York 
Coliseum, where a Soviet cul 
tural exhibition ia in progress. 

Ludanyi bought a ticket to 
the exhibition Friday night, 
then hid on an upper floor 
until after the closing hour. 

With the building finally 
empty, the youth took a knife 
he had brought along and be 
gan trying to cut the wires 
holding the 24-by 36-foot Soviet 
emblem. All his efforts failed, 
and eventually he gave up. 

Then came the problem of 
getting out of the building. He 
found a rope, opened a fourth- 
floor window and atarted to 
lower himself. But something 
went wrong and he plunged to 
the ground, suffering spinal 
injuries. Police later charged 
him with unlawful entry. 

Ludanyi came to the U.S. 
from Hungary with hia par¬ 
ents in 1949. 


Destroyer escorts of Can¬ 
adas Pacific fleet sail today 
for a rendezvous far out at 
sea with ahipa of the U.S. 

Navy. 

They will take part In Joint 
anti-submarine exercises with 
tracking aircraft from Comox 
♦ and USN bases lending sup¬ 
port. j 

~ Rear Admiral H. S. Rayner 
will command Canadian sea 
and air units from Pacific 
Command headquarters a t 
Ksqulmalt. Capt. J. C. Pratt 
is in command of the surface 
ships. 

Three of the RCN ships j 
Fraser. Margaree and Skeena i 
are in Seattle for the Sea j 
fair. They are scheduled to 
leave at 9 a m. today. 

HMCS Ottawa is due to sail 
at 2 p.m. from Esquimau. 

On completion of the exer¬ 
cises Friday, the Fraser and 
Margaree will go to San 
Diego, returning here Aug. 29 
Skeena will return via Van 
couver and Nanaimo and will 
reach Esquimau Aug. 17. 

Ottawa will Jdln exercises 
in local waters before return 
ing to base Aug. 24. Naval 
authorities said these exer 
rises are the windup of her 
post refit trials. 

Scheduled to berth at Esqui¬ 
mau at 10 a m. tomorrow are 
the frigates Susaexvale. Ste. 
Therese. New Glasgow. Bea¬ 
con Hill and Sfettler, retuhv 
ing from a monthlong train¬ 
ing cruise to Mexican waters. 


An 90 year-old city woman 
who was presented to the 
Queen at Dunvegan Castle 
three years ago. yesterday 
failed in her bid to welcome establishment of 
the Queen's cousin to Victoria, casinoa in Bavaria., 

Mrs. Margaret MacKay. 2658 * * * 

Quadra, a Victoria resident for 
30 years, was refused entry 
into Government House 
grounds by RCMP. 

Mrs. MacKay s home in 
Scotland "was at the very spot 
Princess Alexandra's father’s 
plane crashed during the 
Second World War," she said. 

Princess’ father was the Duke 
of Kent. 

"I was hoping for maybe a 
wee visit with the princess," 
she said yesterday. 

However, despite all her 
charm, the little woman was 
refused. 


embezzlement, ts wanted hy 
police here on a warrant 
charging her with theft of 

$5,000. 

★ * * » 

CAIRO — Newspapers say 
Premier Kaasevn of Iraq want* 
to take a month’s vacation in 
Switzerland but his advisers 
argue against it, fearing an 
upheaval in his ahsence. 

* * * 

LONDON— Frederick Frau¬ 
ds, 44, a sewer worker who 
shouted "Keep Britain white 
throw the blacks out** in a 
city street, had to he arrested 
for his own safety. He was 
fined £5 for using insul^ng 
words. 


to Warsaw the U.S. favors j 

permanent retention of the 
Oder Neisse line as Poland's j 

western frontier, a newspaper | 
here has claimed. 

* * * 

ROME — Don Luigi Stuno, 

87. fascist-fighting priest who 
founded the Italian Christian I 
Democrat party, has died. 

♦ n * * 

RICHMOND. Va. Rt. Rev. 

Ilenry St. (ieorge Tucker. 85. 
tormer presiding bishop of the 
Protest silt Episcopal Church 
of the U.S., has died here. 

♦ ♦ * 

GRAND FORKS. N.D. — 

Ralph AkIomni, manager of a 

shoe store, returned from vaca¬ 
tion with an embarrassing 
problem his feet are so sun¬ 
burned he can’t wear shoes. 

* * * 

NANTUCKET. Mass. Dore 
Schar>, 53, movie executive, 
producer and playwright. Is 
lesTThg-comfortably following I 
his collapse from an upset 
stomach. 

it It it 

LONDON *- l.ord Charles 
Spencer-4 hurt-hill. 19. young¬ 
est son of the Duke and 
Ilurhesn of Marlborough, plana 

to travel through Canada by 
automobile in September. 

• * * 

NEW YORK Arthur God 
they will return to television 
for the first time Sept. 16 since 
Jiis lung cancer operation in a 
special one hour show on CBS. 



MRS. WOODROW WILSON 
. . , prowler's visit 


Saanich Solves 
Water Problem 

An appeal for Saanich resi¬ 
dents to impose voluntary 
sprinkling restrictions to boost 
falling water pressures at peak 
periods on hot days has 
brought "100 per cent co-opera¬ 
tion." Acting • Reeve George 
Austin said last night. 


TOKYO (AP> — Emperor 

Hlmhlto. whose hobby is 
marine biology, has been 
credited with discovering a new 
species of crab. 

' * * * 

NEW CANAAN. Conn. — 

Rachel Goodman, 16. daughter 
of clarinetist Benny (ioodman, 
made her musical debut play 
ing the piano in a concert with 
her father. 

it it *■ 

VANCOUVER — Mr*. Mar 
garei Burton, a 52 year-old 
China bom woman who com 
pieted an 18-month prison 


Triple Funds Asked 
For Chemical Arms 

WASHINGTON <UPI»—The ed by an Annual budget of 
House science and space com about $40,000,000. 
mitlee recommended Saturday The committee recommended 
ihat the military budget for t hi* ** brouRht U p to about 

highly-aecret chemical and*- 

biological warfare agents be 



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‘No Integration ’ 

Arabs Don’t Want 
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Weather Forecast 

PARTLY CIOUOY ',L)« 


Aug. ». I».W 

Sunny with cloudy periods. 
Not much change in tempera 
ture. Winds southwesterly 15. 
Precipitation nil Sunshine 14 
hours and 12 minutes Monday 
outlook, cloudy periods. 
Forecast Temperatures 

High_67 Low .55 

Recorded Temperatures 

High_63 Low_53 

Sunrise. 5.58 Sunset .8.40 

East Coast of Vancouver Is¬ 
land Sunny with cloudy 
periods. Not much change in 
temperature. Winds south- 
westerly 15 In the afternoon 
near Georgia Strait Monday 
outlook, cloudy oeriod.s Low 
and high at Nanaimo. 50 and 
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rain or drizzle in the after¬ 
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temperature. Winds southerly 
15. Monday outlook, cloudy. 
Low and high at Eatevan 
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BEIRl T T. I-^hannn • Reuters i 
- Representatives of seven 
Arab League countries met 
Saturday in a mood of strong 
opposition to any move to "in¬ 
tegrate" l.nm.onn refugees 
who left the Palestine area 
after establishment of the state 
of Israel. 

The delegates met to con¬ 
sider a report hy UN Secre¬ 
tary General Dag Hammar 
skjold on intergrating the 
refugees into the economic life 
of the Middle East countries. 

( AMP DWELLERS 

Delegaies from the United 
Arab Republic. Saudi Arabia 
and Jordan attacked Integra 
tion of the refugees, now living 
in camps in Arab countries 
Salan Gohar, director of the 
U.A.R. foreign ministry’s Pal¬ 
estine affairs department, told 
the meeting Hammarskjoids 
proposals would decide not 
only the refugees’ future, but 
the whole Palestine question. 
STRONG STAND 

"We have to- destroy all at- 
II tempts to integrate the re- 
17 fugees " he said. 

M Shukri Muhtadi of Jordan 
_ said no Arab could lead a de- 
3 . cent life so long as Israel 

— existed to remind him of his 
shame. 

3 , Government sources here 

— said the meeting was likely to 
3 consider the possibility of 

— forming a Palestine "refugee 
“ army" and of creating a pro- 
3 paganda bureau to state the 

— Arab case on refugees. 

— LEBANON ISSUE 

* Most of tne refugees are 
living in UN-supported camps 
in Egypt's Gaza strip, Jordan 
and Lebanon. 

The refugee position ia es¬ 
pecially tricky m Lebanon. 


They are mostly Moslems and 
integration could upset the 
religious balance of the half- 
Christian. half Moslem coun¬ 
try. 

SOCCER PRACTICE 


tripled. 

A committee report pointed 
out dangers of relying solely 
on nuclear weapons in the face 
of advances in chemical war¬ 
fare that could change the con 
(ept of national defence stra 
tegy.". 

The report resulted from 
hearings last June into the 
ultra-classified field of germ 
warfare and research develop¬ 
ments in the use of silent but 
deadly nerve and psychochemi¬ 
cal gases. 

"Our need for nuclear wea 
pons is unavoidable." the re¬ 
port said, "but a strategy based 
on a single weapon is an in¬ 
vitation to the potential enemy 
to find a way around such a 
one-basket approach. 

Russian 0 military leaders 
1 have been quoted publicly as 
saying a future war will see 
the use of all types of mass 
destruction weapons, including 
"chemical and bacteriological 


$125,000,000 within two or 
three years to meet competi¬ 
tion from the Iron Curtain 
countries, "who are vigorously 
pursuing developments in 
germ and gas warfare. 

“If this request were grant¬ 
ed." the report said, “it would 
still amount to only one third 
of one per cent of the defence 
budget ." 



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will hold a practice Tuesday 
at 6 30 p.m. at Bullen Park. ( weapons.** 

All of last year's players and The report noted that the 
any new-comers are invited to U.S. Chemical Corps’ research 
attend. work in these fields is support 


Acadia Abolishes 
Mid-Term Exams 

WOLFVILLE, NA (CP) — Mid-term exam- 
{nations at Acadia University have been abolished, 
it was announced here by President Watson Kirk- 
ronnell. 

He said abolition of the January examinations 
was prompted by a petition from the students' union 
and a request by athletic director Fred Kelly “in 
an effort to put Acadia's athletic teams on equal 
footing with other oniversities.” 


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Market Society Planning 
Public Meeting Tuesday 


The general public Is invited to attend a meet 
ing called by the Society for the Pi 
Public Market to he held at 8.30 
the Orange Hall. 725 Courtney. 

Margaret Peterson, preside! 
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Steward Oimbed for Honor 


Cashier Held Ship ‘Saved’ on Mountain 

Fraud 


ManV Stuck 
Ip There 


SCHTHAMPTON. England 

W W *■" "1 < AP» For the honor of hit 

In Huge I raud 

J When he looked down, he 

uw the 34.000-ton luxury- liner 
F[ 6 Firm'* Pnri « Ctronit steaming off without Halfway to the top. in big 

U.O. firms runs him. White letters, was painted the 

r„. », n fUUi turn This is how it happened: name of the riv*l Royal Mail 

MiniUeZ*APa or VlAnrUAnni a* the Cunard liner nosed liner Andes. 

PARIS (UPII— Martin Allen, chief cashier of the ,h ,h* I1 otficw k> of d 77 ■ de ' ermm,d ,0 

He fixed a gallon can of 


a seaplane to the town of Man the captain.'' McNulty mid. 
dane. and from there JtcNulty ‘ “But because I had done it for 
travelled by bus and steamer the honor of the ship. I was 
to Beigen. Two days later he stopped only one day s pay. 
rejoined KTs ship. And thy crew mates passed the 

"I expected fireworks from hat to pay my expenses." 


Fancy Frocks Furore 
Has Barbara Furious 


Brian’s Big Catch 

Man-sized salmon was caught yesterday by four¬ 
teen-year-old Brian Harvey. 14.Y7 Myrtle. Out fish¬ 
ing with his father. Bert Harvey, Brian outgamed 
a 35-pounder off William Head when it grabbed a 
minnow-teaser trolled behind a flasher, with six 
ounces of lead artd 100 feet of nylon between lure 
and rod tip. Fish was entered in Colonist King 
Fisherman Contest at Weir’s Beach.—(Colonist 
photo.) 


Teachers Attack 
Summer Schools 

(it KLPH, Out. (C’P)—The Ontario secondary 
school headmasters association Saturday criticized 
summer courses for students who failed promotion 
exams during the regular school term. 

The association, concluding a three-day con¬ 
ference, said: “Allowing people to write supple¬ 
mental examinations is not consistent with present 
trends to impro\e educational standards and will 
have an adverse affect on effort and aoh»e\ement in 
the regular school year.” 

Summer schools now are conducted in I^mdon 
and Hamilton. 

At the same time, the association accepted ax 
una\oidahle summer schools maintained by the On¬ 
tario Department of Education for the training of 
prospective secondary school teachers. 


American Express Company, has been arrested on lh# w ,»tch trained his glass on 
charges of defrauding the company of $1,000,000, police the peak, 
announced yesterday. 

Officials said the 33-year-old I 
cashier from Philadelphia had 
confessed to the charges and , 
been foimally booked by Parts’ 

Judge Rene Duval. 

Renato Graaai, 37, of Milan. | 

Italy, was arrested and jailed 
aa Aliena accomplice, police 
aaid. 

HKIZKD FRIDAY 

They said the two men were 
seized Friday and jailed on 
Duval’s order. 

Court sources identified 
Grass! as the mastermind who 
held most of the money which 
was smuggled out of France 
and deposited in accounts in 
.Swiss banks. 

Police said their continuing 1 
investigation gave promise of 
turning up one of the largest 
embezzlements ever perpe 
trated against an American 
firm operating in France. 
rOl.LOVYKD COMPLAINT 

The arrest of Allen and 
Grass! followed a complaint by 
the American Kxpiess Com¬ 
pany. There was no public 
comment from company offi¬ 
cials. 

As chief cashier of the 
firm's Paris office. Allen 
handled laige sums of money. 

The Paris office of the 
worldwide firm is • home’' to 
many Americans who use it 
for hanking while abroad. 

LENGTHY PRORF 
. . l^gal experts said only a 

lengthy investigation and ie- 
1 view of the company’s account 


BARBARA HUTTON 
... in the Casbah 


TANGIER. Morocco (AP) 
Barbara Hutton Saturday 
angrily labelled reports that 
she had bought $299,999 
worth of fancy frock* from a 
Pari* fashion house as "com¬ 
pletely erroneous.** 

“I am furious about those 
newspaper stories,” she said. 

Miss Hutton has been here 
for three days, taking It 
easy at her luxurious home 
in the old walled Casbah. 

The stories were published 
after a spokesman for the 
Lanvin Asti llo house in 
Paris, long favored by Miss 
Hutton, said she had bought 
more than half the new fall- 
winter collection. 

Mis* Hutt«»n Inherited the 
\\m>lworth Store million*. 


paint to his belt, put ashore 
in a ship’s boat and started 
scaling the mountain. 

Six hundred feet above the 
sign of the Andes McNulty 
spelled out C A R-O-N-I A* on 
the n»ck lace, in letters six 
feet high. 

He stepped back to admire 
his work and fell 20 feet on 
to a narrow ledge 

A* he struggled to his feet. 
McNulty spotted the Catania 
sailing out to sea. 

Frantically he waved his I 
shut to attract attention. 

An officer on tne bridge saw 
it and radioed ashore: 

“There is a man stuck on 
your mount Merok.” 

Up the mountain went a res¬ 
cue party to bring the intrepid 
steward down to a nearby vil¬ 
lage. The villagers put him on 


"They've Never Obeyed UN’ 


Threat by Israel 
‘Amuses ’ Nasser 

CAIRO tReuters! —President position coveted by many and 
( hook* would deteimine the Nasser said yesterday Israel wanted to stay out of the cold 


medicine by the pound? 

Thp benefit you receive from medicine isn’t 
measured by the pound on your supermarket 
scale, or by how* many capsules you pet in a 
package at your supermarket sale. It depends 
entirely on the ingredients . . . what your 
need and how much you need. So consult your 
physician. He alone is qualified to determine 
your requirements. 

As registered pharmacists we are profession¬ 
ally qualified to fill his prescriptions and pro¬ 
vide what your doctor ordered specifically for 
you. * 


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exact amount of money in¬ 
volved. But they said first 
e*tima1es showed there was 
vm.OOO.OOO franc* involved. 
That Is roughly $1000 000 at 
tne usual rate of exchange. 

Sources said Grass! was a 
client of the company and a 
personal friend of Allen. 
FHEQUFNT GAMBLER 

He was said to have been a 
1 frequent gambler at French 


will not he allowed to use the war and out of "spheres of in- 
Suez Canal and scoffed at re- fluence.” 
ports that Israel plans to raise 
the matter before the United 


Negroes Hit 
Race Screen 

LITTLE ROCK. Ark. iAP> ] 
—Attorney* for the National 
Association for the Advance- 


Nations. 

Nasser stated it was “quite 
amusing” that Israel had said 
it would protest to the United 
Nation* against the b*/t he^ 
cause Israel had not observed 
any UN resolution ’ from 1048 
until thi* day." 

The U.A.R. president, speak 
casinos and sources said his in at a pub | ic ra i| y *aid the ment of Colored People sought 
gambling had driven him deep rsUbhshmen| of tha ’ state of Saturday to knock out Little 
Israel w aa a conspiracy he- Rock s screen against Integra 
tween imperialism and Zion¬ 
ism to annihilate Arab nation 
alism and liquidate Arab 
states. 

INVASION CITED 

The biggevt proof of the 
conspiracy, he said, and of 
Israels aggressive policy was 


ly into debt. 

They said Graasi often bor¬ 
rowed money fiom Allen — 
who gave it to him on his own 
authority from company 
funds. 

Allen informed his superior* 
when Grass! failed to make 
good the debt* and the com¬ 
pany investigation led to its 
complaint to the police. 


Fair Altraction-I.oaded 


Luxton’s Days Coming 


“when Isiael was in collusion lh e school 
w ith Britain and France* to i they live, 
invade Egypt in 19r>6 and an¬ 
nex the Sinai < Peninsula! to 
Israel.” 

“We shall wage total war 
on any aggressor.’’ he added. 

(Since Egypt nationalized 
the Suez Canal in 1956, the 
waterway has been closed to 
Israeli ships and cargoes.* 

Nasser was speaking at the 


tion a pupil placement law. , 
The attorneys filed a mo- ' 
tion in United States District 
Court asking that the Little 
Rock school board be required 
to admit all Negro students to 
public high school* according 
to "prescribed school zones" - RK 
district in which 

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Luxton fair grounds should by the Colwnod Trail Riders, memory of Lorna Coaburn a 
approach a friendly pandemnn a midway and nd« frn m ,he w|ow iUMWn| who ... kl ,L, industrial township of Mahalla 
ium Aug 28 and 29 as Hoi mainland, and a group of folk ! . 

stems, horses, folk dancers and dancers led by E. E. Livesev of 1 a riding accident in Feb¬ 
midway harkeis compete for Victoria. ’ ruary. 

the public s attention. | STEACY OPENS The Daily Colonist will also 

present, a trophy In the baby 


The occasion will be the 
annual Luxton Fall Fair. 

In addition to domestic Minister Newton Steacy 


The fair will he officially 
opened Aug 29 hy Agriculture 
Minister Newton Steacy. hut ,.* U r th * r 


on Friday, 
urther information about 


crafts ana livestock exhibits, the fun will start Friday at * a,r arv * inqulrle* about 

the fair will Include a horse p.m. exhibits can he obained hy 

show and gymkhana sponsored 


In Edmonton 

Shudders 

Still 

Shift Hill 


EDMONTON »CP>- Grier 
aon Hill ha* been shifting 
uneasily since 1909. So have 
owners of businesses lining 
the rim of the busy spot in 
downtown Edmonton. 

Every time Grierson Hill 
shill?, someone shuddej* at 
the thought of thousands of 
dollars worth of buildings 
•liding to the bottom. 

Buttresses, bulwarks and 


The fair parade will leave 
Belmont High School at 1 p.m. 
on the Saturday. Included in 
those scheduled to appear in 
the parade are the Victoria 
Boys Pq>e band, the Duncan na, iorial Monetary Fund has 


el Kubra. where he opened a 
new textile plant. 

"Israel has not implemented 
any resolution issued in favor 
of the Palestine »Aiabi people 
r.r the rights of the Palestine 
people," N wiser said. 

"She ha* trampled under 
loot the United Nations reso¬ 
lutions and did so overtly, imd 
today Israel wants to force 
us to allow her using the Suez 
INCREASE IN QUOTA Canal and says she would go 

Turkey'* quota in the Inter- to the United Nations.” 


fro irgHm 


phoning Mr*, 
at GR 8-1147. 


Mina Christie 


and Belmont-High School girls’ 
drill teams, the Eagles hand 
and w inner* of the fancy dress 
and decorated bicy cles contests. 

FAIR QUEEN 

The fair queen will be 
chosen from five elementary 
school candidates on Aug. 28. 
She will he crowned at 7 p.m. 
Friday by reigning queen 
Gina Hall. 

Judging of homecooking and 
domestic and livestock ex¬ 
hibit* will he held Friday, 
with the livestock judging on 
Saturday. More than $1 M)0 in 
prizes will he awarded. 

A special trophy will he 

ftwiraca m me nom 

The Lorna Cos hum Memorial 
Trophy will he awarded the 
total point winners in the 


been increased to $86,000,000 
from $43,000,000 


He said there were continu¬ 
ing conspiracies against the 
U.A.R. The country was in a 


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drainage system* haven't saddle horse and pony classes 
solved the problem of The hill The trophy has been donated 
above the North Saskatchewan by Belmont High students in 
River. 

Now city engineers are sink 
Ing a shaft from the hilltop 
100 feet down into the old coal 
mine workings, ft is believed 
the workings are the source 
of the water that has been 
causing the occasional earth 
movement. 

If the shaft strikes water, 
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SANDHAM GRAVES, Editor in-Chief 


Published every morning except Monday by the Colonist Publishers Ltd. 
at 2631 Douglas Street, Victoria, B.C. 

SUNDAY, AUGUST t, 1668 


Commonwealth Felic itations 


F ROM around the Commonwealth 
felicitations were pouring in on 
the Royal Family yesterday in de¬ 
lighted acknowledgement of Her 
Majesty’s announcement affecting the 
line of succession to the Throne. In 
Canada there was genuine surprise 
and renewed admiration of the courage 
of Queen Elizabeth in persisting in 
her recent Canadian tour, rather 
than bring disappointment through 
its curtailment or cancellation. Mr. 
Massey and Mr. Dicfenbaker have 
aaid for this nation what everyone 
would wish to have expressed. The 
royal visit to Canada will take on 
even greater significance as a result. 

It is a good test of the abiding 
security of the Throne in the hearts 
of the people that the prospect of 
an alteration in the line of succession 
carries no threat and no misgivings 
for the Commonwealth. The analogy 
between Queen , Victoria, the last 
Rritish monarch to give birth to a 
child while reigning, and her great- 
great granddaughter is separated by 
a century. In that time the constitu¬ 
tional monarchy which is the centre 
of the Commonwealth ideal has 


grown deeper in the affections of the 
people, as it has progressed by pre¬ 
cedent on precedent to the admiration 
of the world. Her Majesty and Prince 
Philip are Carryine the ideal forward 
to perhaps its widest influence and 
certainly its most valuable expression. 

It is not an accident that rest¬ 
ing in Victoria this weekend at Gov¬ 
ernment House is her Royal High¬ 
ness Princess Alexandra, on the way 
to Australia for an official visit 
there. It is part of the broadening 
policy which recognizes the tremen¬ 
dous contribution the Throne can 
make to our community of self- 
governed and freely associating na¬ 
tions. Princess Alexandra, travelling 
incognito, would have been happily 
welcome in Canada for her gracious 
self, hut she is doubly .so in the 
mission on which she is engaged. For 
here again is precedent broadening 
into custom, as in its intangibles the 
Commonwealth knits the pattern of 
its future. 

In relation to the Queen’s an¬ 
nouncement, there is no intelligence 
which could possibly have been more 
welcome. Canada’s delighted reaction 
has been heart whole. 


He Touched the Hearts 


T HERE are poets and poets; those 
of high literary attainment and 
those who appeal simply to the hearts 
of ordinary folk. Some few’ there are 
like Burns who combine both attri¬ 
butes, but normally the dividing line 
Is clear. Yet it is a moot point which 
of the two serves humanity best. 

R. W. Service, who died not long 
ago, was an example of the verse- 
writer whose appeal lay in homely 
evocative pictures, scenes of a life he 
knew well and at first-hand. The 
higher reaches of imaginative 
thought and poetic skill were not his 
forte, but he pleased mightily the 
many readers of his books. 

Another of his ilk, although more 
widely philosophical, was Edgar A. 
Guest, whose death in Detroit was re¬ 
corded last week. Of all North Am¬ 
erican poets his name was the most 
widely known to present generations. 
His verses appeared all across the 


continent, In newspapers and maga¬ 
zines and in volumes which had a 
wide sale. Quite patently he answered 
a need, else he would not have been 
so popularly sought. 

Edgar Guest’s strength rested in 
the homely conviction of good liv¬ 
ing. meaning by that the verities 
of behavior and not material splen¬ 
dor. If his rhyming was simply 
fashioned it reflected the sage 
thoughts of a man to whom human 
worth was the important thing. He 
wrote of ordinary everyday things 
and people, and touched on the 
problems common to his readers. 

These by any count were many, 
and they were refreshed by the daily 
poems which Edgar Guest produced 
over a long span of years. He is not to 
be numbered among the poetic im¬ 
mortals but he served his fellows 
well, and his verses will remain green 
in many a scrapbook for years yet 
to come. 

\ 


Oregon Disaster 


T HE sudden combustion of six and 
a half tons of concentrated ex¬ 
plosives on a truck which caught fire 
at Roseburg, Oregon, has left a train 
of sorrow and loss in its wake. It 
was an unusual set of circumstances 
which set off the dangerous load; fire 
spreading from a building near which 
It had been parked overnight. The 
total loss of lives in the community of 
some 12,000 is not yet clear, but 
some of the victims were disinte¬ 
grated and the remains burned to 
ashes. Identification alone may prove 
a long task. The sympathy of British 
Columbia will go to the stricken 
town and to those who have suffered 
60 heavily. 

The public often takes it for 


granted that state or other regula¬ 
tions control the transportation of 
dangerous materials. If preliminary 
reports of the Roseburg explosion 
are correct, parking that weight of 
explosives in the centre of a com¬ 
munity unwatched overnight was a 
risky proceeding. Two and a half tons 
of dynamite and four tons of volatile 
chemicals comprise a considerable 
concentration of detonating power 
when the unexpected happens. There 
have been few such mishaps in the 
past but, as # this disaster has demon¬ 
strated. the possibility is always 
there. One trusts that the tragic af¬ 
fair will lead to precautions to ward 
off recurrence of a similar nature. 
Explosives with that power should 
not stand unguarded anywhere. 


Interpreting the News 

■ I " * * 

Air and Facsimile Mail 


By LEROY POPE 

United I’wm International 


N EW YORK (UPI) -Canada ha* taken 
the lead over the United States In 
reforming the postal aervice by introduc¬ 
ing automation, but U.S. postal author¬ 
ities say even Canadian* haven’t gone 
far enough. 

The plain truth. Washington officials 
§ay, t* that the postal authorities in 
North America no longer car. depend on 
the railways to move first cla*a ‘mail 
promptly. 

The reason is that first class mail 
moves by passenger train, and the U.S. 
railways are getting out of the passenger 
business aa fast as they can. The rail¬ 
ways in Canada also have beer, cutting 
off small branch Une passenger service, 
and as Canada’s high* a* system grows 
there likely will be the same problem of 
declining railway passenger service for 
the Canadian Post Office. 

it * * 

The seriousness of the problem for the 
U.S. mails is underlined by one example: 
Only a few years ago the U.S. railroads 
operated 10,000 passenger trains daily 
that could carry mail. Today, they run 
fewer than 2,500. The problem is deeper 
than that. Many of the remaining pas¬ 
senger train* run in hours convenient 
only’ tor passengers. They are not con¬ 
venient for the post office and using them 
means an extra day in transit for letters. 

The U.S. Post Office has been under 
criticism during the Truman and Eisen¬ 
hower administrations on the grounds 
that the mail service was going to pot. 
Many reasons for this have been given, 
but the decline In the availability of traina 
to haul mall may be the biggest. 

The post office has turned la short- 
Una airlines, busses and its own trucks 


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“Remember how we laughed at the Joneses for wasting their money going abroad with a lovely summer like this at home?" 


Thinking Aloud 

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

By TOM TAYLOR 


Letter from London 

Assessing the Royal Tour 


to deliver mail where railway passenger 
service is discontinued entirely. 

Now the department is asking Con¬ 
gress'for authority to use the major air¬ 
lines to deliver any mail, not only letters 
and parcels having air mail stamps on 
them, whenever considered necessary In 
order to maintain service. , 

The indicated end of that policy”is 
that soon all flrstclasa mail would be 
moving by air! 

The postal authorities don't think 
that would solve the problem either. The 
volume of first class mail in the United 
States is much too big for the airlines to 
handle it all economically. The same 
undoubtedly Is true In Canada. 

So. say officials, the ultimate solution 
probably will be the elimination alto¬ 
gether of the physical transportation of 
most ordinary first class mail. That 
means a telegraphic facsimile system— 
probably employing wireless channels— 
for ordinary first class ma*\ This sys¬ 
tem was used for the “V” letters which 
folks sent by the millions to men In the 
armed forces during the Second World 
War. 

♦ * * 

It won’t come about rapidly, there 
doubtless will be much resistance. The 
wartime **V" mail didn’t require the 
privacy of ordinary mail. The letters had 
to be subject to mUitary censorship any¬ 
way. Although a facsimile system can be 
made to operate with considerable 
privacy, sealing the etters automaticaUy 
at the' receiving end, many will not Itke 
the idea that thqjr letters have to be slit 
open to ba Inserted In the sending 
machines.* 


T HE Queen Is going to have s 
baby and the denial Issued 
when she was In the Yukon was a 
subterfuge. Even 
the press secretary 
who issued the de- 
nial had been de¬ 
liberately misin¬ 
formed. as was her 
accompanying doc¬ 
tor. The certainty 
was not established 
until the Queen re* 

_turned to London, 

it ’s said, although the same palace 
spokesman not appreciating the con¬ 
tradiction says Prime Minister Die- 
fenbaker was notified a month ago. 

One understands the diplomatic 
tact needful to keep the royal tour go¬ 
ing smoothly- had the news come out 
tn-re would have been urgent de¬ 
mands for curtailment but neverthe¬ 
less the denial was a little fib, wasn’t 
it? Since we are all prone to “white 
lies” there is perhaps some comfort in 
this illustrious example. Actually the 
world couldn’t get along very well If 
everybody told the stark truth and 
nothing but the truth all the time 
about everything. Nobody would have 
a single friend. 

a ★ A 

Perhaps the most moving story of 
the recent royal tour was of the cere¬ 
mony in Winnipeg where a score and 
m »re of European ethnic groups laid 
native national symbols — simple 
tokens like a rose, a shamrock, and so 
on on a white carpet in front of the 
Queen. Then these new Canadians 
un)»ed with the Queen in singing “O 
Cuiada’’ to proclaim their faith in the 
land that is now theirs. Unlike some 
ctner places Winnipeg found oppor¬ 
tunity to include in Its royal program 
what has become a national anthem 
to most Canadians. 

* * * 

A reader writes: “Being interested 
in the ‘color’ question 1 read your 
article (last Wednesday) with some 
surprise. I would very much like 4o 
have your authority for stating that 
•Adam and Eve were colored people; 
it nas always been my belief that they 
were white, and that color came Into 
being, perhaps with Cain when he 
was ‘marked’ by the Lord after his 
murder of his brother Abel. The Bible 
is authority for at least one of Adam's 
direct descendants as being ‘ruddy, 
and withal of a beautiful countenance, 
and goodly to look to.’ The marginal 
reading gives ‘Heb. Fair of eyes.’ ” 

I have no Biblical authority—al¬ 
though equally know none directly to 
the contrary but would imagine that 
geography cannot be ignored. Th# 
races of the world have been color- 
conditioned by their environment. 
Certainly the Arabs would be sur¬ 
prised to hear it suggested that Abra¬ 
ham (heir patriarch too— was a 
white man; and a person could appear 
ruddy and good to look at even if his 
sk.n was brown. I rather think it a 
presumption to assume that only 
those with white pigmentation art 
the chosen peoples. 

a a a 

A colleague has loaned me a book 
re telling the story of the execution 
of Charles I. and one intriguing legal 
poixit emerge*. When 11 years later 
the Regicides were tried for cutting 
off the king s head the problem arose: 
was the king killed on the last day of 
his own reign or on the first day of 
tne reign of Charles II? The law did 
not recognize any fraction of a day. 
The difficulty was resolved by mak¬ 
ing the charge sheet read that the ac¬ 
cused had “compassed” the king's 
d»ath on the day before he was exe¬ 
cuted. f 

Doubtless all this seems academic, 
but if the law still does not allow the 
splitting of a day the same kind of 
p.oolem rrmains. The thesis is “The 
King is dead Long live the King;" 
meaning fhat the crown passes from 
head to head without hiatus. Is the 
day King George VI died the last day 
of Ha reign, therefore, or is it tha first 
day of his daughter’s reign! 


N OW that the Queen is back again 
in the United Kingdom there ii 
a general attempt to assess the merits 
and otherwise of 
the Royal tour. 

There have been 
moments of con¬ 
siderable dishar¬ 
mony. There have 
been reports in 
British newspapers 
about Canadian 
apathy, indiffer¬ 
ence and even an¬ 
tagonism. These have been counter¬ 
acted by account* of tumultuous wel¬ 
comes. enthusiastic receptions and 
scenes of wild delight. In aggregate 
It is all rather confusing. 

The distant look of course always 
resolves the problems — mainly be¬ 
cause one cannot see too clearly the 
detail. One of the things which has 
emerged this end is that the pious 
presumption that this time the Queen 
was going “to meet the people" does 
not seem to have been borne out by 
the facts. One gathers that there has 
been the age old officiousness and the 
traditional idea that the right people 
must meet the Queen and only the 
right people must get to close quar¬ 
ters. 

Whether this is true or not Cana¬ 
dians are obviously better able to 
judge than we are over here. What is 
very obvious in London is thaf the 
Queen, far from having a more 
leisurely trip with less strain, has had 
one of the most exhausting trips of 
her career. She flew back merely to 
0 get an extra week’s rest. 

The result of it all is that there 
must be some reappraisal of Royal 
Visits. The traditional idea of a Royal 
visit has become outmoded. Neither 
the people nor the Queen are vjsry 
happy about it. The establishment in 


By RICHARD L. THOMAS 

Its determination that the Queen 
should not be treated as a film star 
have in fact created the atmosphere 
in which she la treated as a film star 
without any of the chance* of escape. 

In the first place, of course, it is a 
manifest absurdity that anyone 
should attempt to see or be seen in 
Canada by covering the nation in aix 
weeks. Tours are worked out like a 
railway timetable what Is technic¬ 
ally possible is regarded aa physically 
and psychologically desirable; which 
is nonsense. It makes no provision for 
human frailty and no allowances for 
mistakes. The Queen s impression of 
Canada must be something like a tor¬ 
tuously long cinematic travelogue 
being rushed through at twice the 
speed It was photographed leaving 
nothing but blurred impressions and 
confused ideas. 

Probably something similar hap¬ 
pened to the people who wished to see 
the Queen. The crowds, the futility 
and the frustration do not broadly 
provide the best atmosphere for get¬ 
ting to know one another. It may well 
be that Canada has provided a lesson 
which may change the pattern of 
royal visits as affectively as the pat¬ 
tern of royalty Itself has been 
changed during the last hundred 
years. 

♦ * * 

Many people over here envisage 
the beginning of really Informal royal 
visits, visit* on which the Queen may 
make some of her own arrangements 
and plan her own amusements and 
occupations. After all we have 
reached that point in Britain. It is no 
longer extraordinary that the Queen 
should go shopping In Harrods, or 
that she should alt in the stalls of a 
theatre in London or Windsor like 


any other patron, or go riding In 
Windsor Great Park when holiday 
visitors are also enjoying the park. 

Something similar will have to de¬ 
velop on royal visits to other parts of 
the Commonwealth. It would mean 
that it would become a recognized 
procedure for the Queen to spend sev¬ 
eral months of each year In the Com¬ 
monwealth. Visits to the Australian 
state* during the English winter 
would no doubt be happier for her 
and welcome to Australians. But If 
the Commonwealth Is really going to 
get to know the Queen and the Queen 
the Commonwealth there must ba 
much less ofja royal circus and much 
more informality. 

Buckingham Palace la always ae- 
cussing the press of refusing to ac¬ 
knowledge that the Queen is entitled 
to a private life. It is a criticism which 
# is often well merited. There la, how¬ 
ever, another aide to the questtorv-~- 
the refusal of Buckingham Palace 
overseas to accept the right of priv¬ 
acy of the individual 

In Britain the Queen has broken 
down ancient customs with informal 
luncheon and tea parties to which are 
Invited a cross-section of the public - 
writers, trade union leaders, indus¬ 
trial tycoons and even ahop stewards. 
Editors and politicians, motor racing 
drivers and racehorse trainers have 
all been received. In other parts of the 
Commonwealth such informal occa¬ 
sions are regarded aa impractical - 
unless, as In Canada, done once of 
twice on a massive scale which de¬ 
stroy* the element of informality a^M 
personal approach. 

The official answer la always that 
when overseas the Queen is a guest. 
It seems extraordinary that tha 
Queen should always he a guest of 
nations of which she Is Queen. That 
la where the rt thinking should begin. 


Apes or Artists 

(From The Toronto Telegram) 

*npWO sets of people will condemn tion, an offense 


Kenneth Forbes. RCA, president 
of the Ontario Institute of Painters, 
for saying that the exhibition'll the 
Art Gallery looks like the work of a 
chimpanzee a retarded chimpanzee, 
he lays. 

There will be people who will say 
that Mr. Forbes has cast a gratuitous 
slur upon chimpanzees, that even a 
.retarded chimpanzee should not be in¬ 
sulted in this way. And there will be 
others who will assert that when it 
comes to abstract art Mr. Forbes is 
like the Leaning Tower of Pisa com¬ 
pletely out of line. 

To some, an abstraction is like tha 
congealed exhalation of a swamp in 
typhoid country, a feverish deposit 
beyond all hope of reason or redemp- 


Jp'fhe eye i 


and a blight 
upon th^Wfiae*. To other*, an ab- 
atractioh la imagination in dimen¬ 
sional form, music in luminous de¬ 
sign. perception crystallked and a 
revelation of the occult. 

You take your choice. You either 
believe It is a disgusting hoax, or you 
believe it is pure art. You are either 
for or against. In art there are no 
neutrals and co-existence is impos¬ 
sible. Whether or not a picture is liked 
depends largely upon opinion and 
taste, and there are as many opinions 
and tastes as there are individuals. 

This is one of the joya of art -it 
stimulates the mind as it seeks to de¬ 
termine what It la in a painting that 
pleases or revolts; it encourages in¬ 
dividualism in the beholder aa well as 
In the artist. 


Time Capnule . , ♦ 

San Juan 

"pIRF. destroyed the main buildings 
* at (©Iwood race track, 25 years 
ago. liOM was estimated at 626,Mi. 

The grandstand, Jockey stand and 
betting enclosure were destroyed. Th* 
clubhouse and stables were not 
damaged. 

John Host*, provincial librarian 
for eight year*, died at the age of 53. 

. . . Seattle players made a clean 
aweep of Pacific North went sectional 
tennis championships at Victoria 
Lawn Tennis Club. Mel Dranga, 
Seattle, beat Ossie Ryali, Vancouver, 
In the men a singles. 

James R. Ay ling and Leonard Reid 
flew from Wasage Beach to Heaton 
airdrome. 3.700 miles. In the first 
direct flight from Canada to England. 
(Flights had been made from New¬ 
foundland. but that country wa* not 
part of Canada then.) 

* * * 

yllTORIAS new Imperial Chines* 
Y school was officially dedicated 
years ago In a cavalcade of 
bright robes and amid volleys of fire 


By G. E. Mortimore 


Squabble 

crackers and the walling of a Chinese 
band through city streets. 

Many notable Chinese, including 
Hsu Ping^heng, consul general for 
China in San Francisco, came to Vic¬ 
toria for the ceremony. 

* 4 * 

J ames Douglos proclaimed that 
San Juan Island belonged to 

Great Britain, 166 years ago. 

American troops were tamped on 
the island. British civilians at the 
Hudson’s Bay farm watched them 
nervously. No British force had yet 
been landed, but there was talk of 
war. 

‘The sovereignty of the Island of 
San Juan and of the.whole of th* 
Haro archipelago has always been 
undeviating)y claimed to be in the 
Crown of Great Britain,” Governor 
Douglas said. 

‘Therefore L James Douglas, do 
hereby formally and solemnly pro¬ 
test against the occupation of tha 
said Island ... by any Persona, on 
behalf of any other Powers. . . 


The Packsack 

Of GREGORY CLARK 

WfE htve 1,1 #ort * ot Khrushchevs 
▼V of cftir owq among*! ua. But 
auch is our. social setup that w# 
don't let them get to fhe top. To sup¬ 
pose that Khrush¬ 
chev is a peculiarly 
Russian type is ab 
aurd. I imagine we 
could line up five 
thousand loud, 
hearty, knob-head¬ 
ed bullies in any of 
our larger citiea, 
and two or three In 
almost any town¬ 
ship In the country. 

We have all seen them. Most of uf 
know them. They are In foundries, 
warehouses, on docks and wharves, 
occasionally they are in minor posts 
, in civic or government employ, and 
now and then on police forces. They 
are big cheerful bulldozer*. They hava 
tneir virtues. But we don’t let them 
rise very high in the scale of author* 
Ity It must be several hundred year* 
now since we decided in the English* 
speaking nations to keep our Khrush* 
chev type* In hand. 

The highest we let them get 16 
regimental sergeant majors. 

Let us not be too critical of Rua- 
aia for submitting to Khrushchev. 
For there was a time in our history 
when we were at the helpless stage 
the Russians are in now, when we had 
out Khrushchev*. Henry VIII was ab 
must unquestionably the prototype of 
Khrushchev. Among our swaggering 
and battle-axe swinging kings and 
nob'ea who took charge of us back in 
th* fourteenth and fifteenth centuries 
we~e any number of knob-heads who 
wen their way to the top by the loud¬ 
ness of their bellows, the heartiness 
of their laughter and appetites, the 
self-sufficiency with which they lop¬ 
ped off their rivals* heads.. * 

It took a long, long time for ua to 
get rid of them and inatal in their 
place the genteel knok heads who now 
boss ua arountL 


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Letters to the Editor 

Fly to Spider 

I am in entire agreement with the remarks made in 
the letter from Mr. Cadwallader respecting the intended 
visit of Nikita Khrushchev to America and possibly 
Canada. 

According to a press item printed a short while ago 
It stated that the purpose oi the visit was so he could 
become acquainted with the American economy and the 
American way of life. What a Joke this is. I venture to 
aay that Mr. Khrushchev knows more about the American 
economy and their way of life than the majority of 
Americans do. 

When I read of the Intended visit I thought of those 
lines reading “Come into my parlor said the spider to the 
fly’’ only in this instance the characters are reversed. 

W. F. CRESSALL. 

Avon Court, Victoria. B.C. 

Thanks for Assistance 

We wouM like to thank all the wonderful people who 
offered assistance when our son David was so critically 
injured in his uncalled for accident on July 11. Also 
for the thoughtful letters which helped so much, and the 
people who phoned the hospital and made inquiries of 
his condition and prayed for his recovery. God bless you 
one and all. 

A very special thanks In the -ity police officers who 
worked Const, lurdyny s shift and the Saanich Police for 
their quick attention and thoughtfulness, also our neigh¬ 
bors for there wonderful help when we needed it most 

Also we want to thank the doctors and nurses of 
Royal Jubilee Hospital for their loving care and thought¬ 
fulness. They have been Just wonderful, more than 
anyone can express. 

We are glad to say that we brought our son home this 
weekend. He’s far from completely recovered but home 

•gain. 

Once again we wish to thank everybody. 

MR. AND MRS. JOHN BURDYNY. 

1348 Reynolds Road. 

Set an Example 

I agree that Mr. Morton deserves sympathy because 
• French lady once Gallicized the pronunciation of his 
name. It is a fault of the French that » deplore. 

However, two wrongs do not make * right and we 
should try to set them a good example. The radio 
announcers are to be heartily commended on their correct 
pronunciation of Wagner and Mozart. 

E. M. MUIR. 

4813 Prospect Lake Road. Victoria, B.C. 

Can’t Place Faith 

The very core of Communism is based on the tenets 
of Marxism. In other words the overthrow of capitalism 
either by force or attrition. 

Communism in Russia, as applied by the present 
crafty Khrushchev, permits no recognition of Clod in the 
conduct of national or international affairs. I, therefore, 
fail to see how the Western allies can place any faith, or 
trust, in the verbal or written promises ^f such a fiendish 
braggart. 

We.'as a nation, say we believe and trust in God. and 
the United States of America is even more emphatic, for 
it inscribes on it's coins: “In God We Trust," but does 
either nation really mean what it says? Those who dc 
believe know that God is omnipotent, omnipresent and 
omniscient and could not fawn over, pr fraternize with a 
godless brute like Khrushchev. God says “Seek ye first 
the Kingdom of God and His righteousness and all things 
•hall be added unto you." and, again, “Have no fellowship 
with the works of darknesa.” 

I firmly believe that If we ithe Western allies) 
placed our trust in God and hsked Him to lead us out of 
our present difficulties He would confound and overthrow 
the present Russian regime and replace it with a stable 
democratic government, as He did in West Germany and 
Italy after the last Great War. 

Rillions. now spent on defence, could be diverted to 
peaceful purposes for the benefit of all nations and the 
nightmare of the last 15 years would be ended. 

T. FOX DECENT. 

2551 Florence Street. 

Let Vs Be Warned 

"Whole U.S. open to Khrushchev." we read In the 
Colonist, and also that he may be similarly invited to visit 
Canada. 

One is reminded of the visit of the envoys of the King 
of Babylon to King Hezekiah of Judah, who showed them 
all that he had; with the result that, as prophesied by 
Isaiah, before very long, everything of value in the 
country, and many captives, were taken by the Baby¬ 
lonians. See 3 Kings, chapters 20 and 24~and let us be 
warned in time. 

E. W. ABRAHAM. 

1125 Faithful Street. 

Haileyhury Register 

A new edition of the Haileybury Register is now being 
prepared for publication In centenary year. 1982. In it 
will he the names of all those who entered the school up 
to the end of 1961. including those who transferred from 
the Imperial Servict College In May 1942. A question¬ 
naire was posted recently to everyone of the above with 
• known address. Any O.H. who does not receive one in 
course of post is requested to send a postcard to me at 
once giving his full name, address and the year when he 
came to school. A questionnaire will then be sent to him 
lor completion. 

WILLIAM F. HUOI>. 

Editor. 

Poyningshurst. 

Slaugham, Haywards Heath, 

Sussex. 

No Repudiation 

1 understand that recently your newspaper used a 
Canadian Press report which incorrectly quoted me in 
connection with the gift of two falcons to the Queen 
and Prince Philip. 

I must protest strongly at the way in which my state- 
ment was reported. \ 

The report put me In the position of repudiating the 
Statements of the officers of the Victoria branch of this 
society. This was, and is, completely and absolutely 
untrue. 

I was contacted by telephone and asked to comment 
on a report that certain people in Victoria were attacking 
the royal family for accepting two falcons as a gift from 
the provincial government. I immediately, as a responsible 
officer of this society, dissociated the society from any 
•uch attacks upon the Queen. 

I did not at any, time dissociate either myself or the 
•ociety from a very reasonable statement made by the 
Victoria officers of the society. This statement was that 
we as a society felt the gift to he ill-advised since it would 
tend to imply royal approval for the cruel and “dead" 
pastime- falconry. 

The 8PCA will never be dissociated from any criticism 
of cruelty. * 

T. I. HUGHES. 

Executive Director. 

British Columbia SPCA. Vancouver. B.C 


Nearly 500.000 Canadians are 
•till without adequate radio i I 
service, says the CBC. 

NO MONEY DOWN 

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wr mid ssrr. 

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Allies Won't Risk ‘Single Voice 1 


De Gaulle’s Bubble Burst 


By BERNARD KAPLAN 
(North American Newspaper 
Alliance) 

Despile some misleading re¬ 
ports. President Charles de 
Gaulle's proposals for a West- 
cm European "political direc¬ 
torate" have been quickly 
watered down by France's 
Continental allies to little 
more than agreement that 
some loose consultative ma¬ 
chinery might oe created to 
deal with international issues. 

Even this is not certain to 
come to anything. In concrete 
terms, de Gaulle has got no¬ 
where in his campaign for a 
“single voice" to speak for 
continental Europe on inter~- 
netional problems. There are 
too many people who are wary 
lest the voice be de Gaulle's. 

But he owes his defeat prin- 



improved consultation. As far the French suggest might by- 
as the Germans are concerned, pass NATO or divide it into 
even Chancellor Adenauer, the contending groups, further 
mam advocate across the weakening its none-too-firm 
Rhine of Franco-German part- structure, 
nership, has always displayed * * 

distinct coolness to this par- ^ QauUe is unlikely to 
ticular notion of his friend de abandon his conception, if only 
G * u,le - for its nuisance value in bar* 

* * * gaining with the “Anglo* 

As major European powers. Saxon" powers, 
nei.hw G«-m«ny nor IUly om , „ „„ ^ 

, h * dl, P?». y demon.tr..»d to him th.t ,h. 

«-nthu,ta,m for a *ch-m» which r „, of thr Conlin-nt 1. not 
.hoy «u,p«< .« in'-nOrd o lt . 

T with hit plans. Nor do 

r n" 1 " Waalrm European, n- 

L^iWSI..*a and Britain. But ^ lh , r „, of 

Iho Go,man. and Italians have • 


Europe 'Staking Market Claims 

Canada Out in Cold 


been exceedingly careful to 
talk gently to dc Gaulle, who. 
lor differing reasons, they are4 
anxious to keep "sweet.** It j 
was left to Spaak. therefore, to 
prick the Frenchman s bubble., 
In one sense, this was ironic. I 
No one has been more of a 
fervent and what some of hi*' 
critics call a "professional” 
European than the NATO of- 
The Tatter rallied ficihl. And de Gaulle’s proposal 
in his own country, would, at least in theory, be a i 


does. 


PRESIDENT de GAULLE 
... nipped in bud 


ripally to one man. NATO Sec- 
i etary-General Paul • Henri 

Spaak 
opinion 


VACATIONS 

FUN 

with 

MONEY! 


B> ERNEST WAENGLKR 
Special to the Unionist 

With little fanfare an event 
has taken place in Stockholm 
which may well influence Can¬ 
ada’s economic future as much 
as that of the nations that 
brought it about. 

Seven nations Great Brit¬ 
ain. Sweden. Norway, Din- 
mark. Switzerland. Austria 
and Portugal agreed to form 
a modified customs uniiSn 
variously known as the “Little 
Free Trade Zone" or the 
“Outer Seven.” within which 
duties and import restrictions 
will he gradually abolished. 

The Stockholm Treaty is to 
he ratified by the parliaments 
of the Outer Seven by the 
end of this year. 


Rv July 1. I960, duties on 
trade between them are to he 
reduced by 20 per cent to 
match the duty reduction by 
the Inner Six of ‘he Common 
Market Fiance. West Ger¬ 
many. Italy. Relgium, Holland 
and Luxemburg 

To Europe, this means the 
formation of a second eco¬ 
nomic "block'' for the protec¬ 
tion of those outside the Com¬ 
mon Market. 

To Canada. It means a 
further step toward economic 
isolation in a world in which 
large and powerful trade areas 
are assuming the functions 


previously held by individual 
countries. 

Unlike the Common Market 
states, the Outer Seven have 
not agreed to a unified cus¬ 
toms tariff in their trade with 
outside nations, nor do they 
plan to co-ordinate their trade 
and monetary policies for the 
time being. 

No commitments have been 
made so far on trade in agri¬ 
cultural products and food¬ 
stuffs. which are to he the 
subject of separate deals be¬ 
tween the member countries. 

These differences and. in 
fact, the present division of 
Europe into the Inner Six and 
the Outer Seven are the re¬ 
sult of British reluctance to 
give up the Empire Preference 
System, lose control over her 
tariff policy and merge eco¬ 
nomically with such powerful 
industrial competitors as Ger¬ 
many and France. 


There is some bitterness in 
Europe over British insistence 
on joining a European trade 
block while refusing to let go 
o her dominant position in 
the Commonwealth trading 
system and her threats of dis¬ 
criminatory reprisals against 
being shut out of the rich 
Common Market with its 168.- 
000.000 consumers. 

'They are trying to dance 
at two weddings at the same 


time without making a wed¬ 
ding present at either." one 
commentator complained. 

* * A 

The Little Free Trade Zone 
of Stockholm is clearly in¬ 
tended as a stopgap solution. 
Its irnmediate aim ,i* to pro¬ 
tect its members seven coun- 


Belgium, and also In the long stride toward European 
Netherlands against any close political unification, 
foisn of association as en- * * * 

visaged in Paris. This opposi- But Spaak sees two dangers 
Hon knocked the idea flat be- in the plan. First, a foreign af 
fore, properly speaking, it had fairs commission or some simi 
even emerged from the cocqon. Ur organism for the Common 
This is not to say that the Market "six" would he another 
French plan has had genuinely step toward dividing Western 
waim support, either, in Italy Europe into two blocs and. 
or West Germany, the two more particularly, a means to 
ether nations which, as fellow isolate Britain from the Con 


tries with roughly 90.000.000 members of the European tinent. Whether or not it is 
Common Market, were also to justified, some authorities, sus- 
he included in the "director- pert that the. isolation of Bri- 
aie." tain in a diplomatic sense is 

Italian diplomats indig what de Gaulle really has in 
nantly deny published reports mind. 

that Italy ever favored any- There is also the fear that 
thing more than a method of any such new organization as 


*Ho tr (Inn India Feel Serurr?' 


people from the effects of 
the Common Market and to 
put them, as parts of a new 
economic block, in a better 
bargaining position. 

It could conceivably harden 
into a permanent division of 
Western Europe; the six 
major industrial nations on 
o ie side and Britain plus six 
smaller producer! on the 
other. 

* * * 

Apart from its obvious poll- 
tical dangers, such a develop¬ 
ment would have serious 
economic implications for the 
Commonwealth and particu¬ 
larly for Canada. 

The U.K. would be«-ome the rtia •„ Socialist party says Red 
undisputed leader of “Little CWna ha , prepared secret 


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How Canadians Talk 


Europe” and a duty free mar¬ 
ket for Swedish and Nor¬ 
wegian ores, lumber and 
newsprint. Danish dairy prod¬ 
ucts, Portuguese fish. etc. 

The likelier alternative Is 
that “Little Europe" will 
merely serve as a bridge to¬ 
ward the formation of "Big 
Europe:" The economic amal¬ 
gamation of all European 
/•ountries outside the Iron Cur¬ 
tain, including Great Britain. 
★ * * 


miles of Indian territory as 
part of Red China on Chinese 
maps. The question has re¬ 
peatedly cropped up in the 
Indian Parliament. 

“Under these circumstances, 
how can India feel secure from 


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authority. 

You can he pinned down 
to the province of British 
Columbia if you refer to the 
“salt chuck" tseai or a “steel- 
head" ttype of trout). 

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(young fern frond) of a "tilt” 
(seesaw) will mark you as 
a Maritimer. And if you talk 
about “fire reels" and "pool 
trains" you are from Ontario. 

Odd 

Dr. Avis, assistant professor 
of English at Royal Military 
College. Kingston. Ont., heads 
a group compiling the first 
Dictionary of Canadian 
English. 

"British and American dic¬ 
tionaries do not reflect Cana¬ 
dian usage satisfactorily," he 
said. "Such terms as ‘riding' 
(parliamentary constituency) 
and separate school* have 
distinctive Canadian meanings 
which seldom, if ever, find 
their way into British and 
American dictionaries." 

* * * 

Dr. Avis said Canadian 
English resembles American 
English in some respects and 


British in others. It Includes 
a great deal which is singu¬ 
larly Canadian. This stems 
from the settlement history 
of Canada. 

“As the eastern regions of 
Canada opened for settlement 
before, during and after the 
American Revolution. Ameri¬ 
cans were predominant among 
the settlers. The great stream 
of Rritish settlers who later 
flowed into the country 
adopted the speech of their 
community. 

"Countering this influence 
to some extent has been the 
prestige of British English, 
especially among the educated, 
and the conscious practice of 
‘teaching English.’ 


“Fewer Americans were 
drawn to British Columbia 
because the type of farming 
land was not to their liking. 
Nevertheless. American influ 
ence on B.C. speech has been 
stronger than in the rest 
of Canada because of the 
strength of fhe north south 
lines of communication." 


plans for establishing a Hima 

layan federation of border Peiping?" Kamath asked. 

kingdom* and territories un-- - ' .. :—: 

der her sovereignty and direct¬ 
ed againsUlndia. 

H. V. Kamath. chairman of 
the Socialist party of Madhya 
Pradesh state, made the charge 
at the end of a two month tour 
of various regions bordering 
Red China. Kamath is a former 1 
member of the British-trained 
Indian civil service who re¬ 
signed his post to join the free¬ 
dom struggle under G*ndhi. 

After independence, however, 
he left the Congress party to 
found the Socialist party of 
India. 

He says Red China has not 
surely only committed "cartographic 
factor aggression" against India by 
redrawing border maps in her 
favor but has also "launched 
an insidious propaganda all 
along the Himalayan border 

. - for the inclusion of all Mon- 

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In such a combination, 
Britain will no longer he the 
dominant force hut will have 
tr take Its chances along with 
its traditional competitors. 
Empire preference, in these 
circumstances, would 
become a very minor 
in International trade. 

In either case. Canada will 
be left out in the cold. 

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•>"*“* a™ 1 ™™ P**"? r to the -ere,! Chine*- family'." 
he self-sufficient in all Indus- 

trial product, and mo.t raw There ha, been tom, corre, 
materials. II, industries, serv. pondenre between New Delhi 
Ing the free world*, largest ani * Peiping on the Jailer, 
domestic market, wil become «•<>"" showing aome 30400 
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through expansion and special 
lzstion. 

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He ‘Feels Dollars’ 
Coming His Way 

SOGNE, Norway (UPI)—Norway’s defense min¬ 
ister saw Steven Rockefeller and his fiancee, Anne 
Marie Rasmussen, streak past him on a motorcycle 
Saturday and gleefully predicted that “Rockefeller 
millions’' will follow the bridegroom-to-be into the 



DUKE ELLINGTON 
. , . broke them up 


Duke’s Jazz Wows 
Crowd at Festival 

CHICAGO (IPI)—The Chicago Jxxi Festival 
played to an enthusiastic afternoon crowd today, al¬ 
though the audience was only about a quarter of 
the 19,000 people—perhaps the largest crowd in the 
history of Jan—which saw the opening perform¬ 
ance Friday night. 

The Duke Ellington orchestra was by far 
the best-received group in the afternoon. Ellington 
broke up the audience with vocalist Lil Green¬ 
wood’s “Bill Bailey Won't You Please Come Home," 
and in Joining Jimmy Rushing for “Going to 
Chicago." 


Romance on Wheels 


•Steven Rockefeller and fiancee Anne 
"Marie Rasmussen on the bargain-price 
motorbike they’ve been using recently 


in Norway to escape publicity.- 
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count ry. 

“I feel aa if millions of dol¬ 
lars are streaming in at thia- 
moment," said Defence Min¬ 
ister Nils Handal. 

The defence chief saw the 
couple on Steven s mbtorcycle 
while driving to a NATO lunch 
at Mandal. outside .Sogne. 

Eyeing local governor I^ars 
Evenscn at the lunch. Handal 
said: “It Is not everywhere 
that you can drive on ihe high 
way as I did today and meet a 
Rockefeller and his fiancee on 
a motorbike. 

“I had to tell Governor Even- ; 
son how fantastic the develop¬ 
ment of Sogne has been. And 
now the Rockefeller millions 
come in as well.” 

The Norwegians In the audi , 
ence applauded and nodded 
laughingly. 

The Rockefeller Foundation 
in New York said in it£ April- 
June report that It had granted 
$9,900 to the Institute of So¬ 
cial Research in Oslo. Founda 
tion grants in the period 
totaled $8,146,200. 

Steven and Anne Marie ap 


Never Become Stars 


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Naive,Misguided Queens 



Fiddling Fools 


Beauty Contest Lure 
Phony , Even Tragic 

By HAROLD HEFFERNAN 

HOLLYWOOD (NANA)—Unfettered and unchap, 
eroned. as they had been so strictly during the contest, 
a dozen lovely runners-up in Long Beach’s annual Miss 
Universe beauty pageant are stalking the tricky, danger- 
ous byways of Hollywood. » * 

_ As always, their starry-eyed i 

goal is a movie contract, a beginnings of the motion pic* 
Somebody, some day. ought to make a movie out teat, a bit role, even a vague lure, many beauty contests- 
of the life of John Harrison. It’s got everything. promise from any studio at national as well as regional - 

i,,hn Kmriinn Korn in- -tache or a street'corner agent have been a phony and some* 

----- r John Harrison was born ln anything that might encour- times tragic lure for thous* 

parently passed the defence 1693, the son of a poor York- * n <l forfeited vast amounts of tk< , folks back home to let ands of naive, misguided girls 
minister on the road after ty- shire carpenter. As a boy he precious cargo. World trade stay on a little longer. taken in by such familiar 

ing up traffic for blocks while liked l0 mon key with clocks *** fl^SHTout me Not one would want to listen neighborhood flattery as. “You 


LET’S TALK 


By Rudolf Flesch 


SHELBOURNE .Ont. <CP* Ed Gyurki. 
21. of Woodstock. Ont., raptured the Cana¬ 
dian open old-time fiddling contest apd 
first of $800 for the second straight year 
Saturday night. He beat out 103 other 
fiddling fools. 

This little village has been going a bit 
daffy over the fiddle since the contest 
opened Friday night. About 3.00Q folks, 
more than twice Shelburne's population, 
sat through two days of the high-pitched 
wailing. The sound of stomping feet and 
clapping hands rang loud in the community 
arena. 

Gyurki. an accountant and part time 
hand leader, won out over Al. Cherny of 
Wingham, Ont. ln third place was 29- 


year-old Victor Pasowisty of Toronto, a 
Winnipeg native. 

Cherny scraped his way to first place 
in the novelty contest, beating Wayne 
(Sleepy) Marliri of Louisville, Ky. It was 
the first time Marlin didn’t win the novelty 
contest since it was started six years ago. 

There was one unfortunate incident in 
the open championship. The dudnea at 
first had included 37 year-old Ned Landry 
of St. John, N.B.. among the three final¬ 
ists. However, it was later found that con¬ 
trary to contest rules Landry had played 
his numbers in the three fiddling categories 
In the wrong order and he was r.isquali- 
fied. But he received $25 dollars for reach¬ 
ing the semi-finais. 


holding a press conference 

The 23-year-old son of New 
i York’s millionaire governor 
and his 21 -year-old bride-to-be 
said only that the wedding 
would be in a new Lutheran 
church in Sogne Aug. 22 and 
then let some 60 photograph¬ 
ers and TV cameramen take 
pictures. 

The milling cameramen 
spread across the highway and 
forced traffic to back up. While 
motorists tooted their horns in 
anger, the couple stood beam¬ 
ing for the pictures. 

The couple agreed to meet 
the photographers at the urg 
ing of Rockefeller’s press 
agent. Stephen Davul. who 
told them it was the best way 
to get the publicity over with 
and allow themselves some 
privacy’. 


A few years lafer. he designed longitude at sea. 


to the advice of the dozens ought to be in the movies. 

the world s first chronometer. Spain offered 100.000 crowns “?!l^ WOOd *5 "TV" 

Someone told him to go to to the man who would solve ^* U r ,lf J J ‘ ,h f~ ,tri * ly Promotional gim* 

London and apply for the the problem. Holland offered , mm ne* It inn!! —^nnlv^'tn HI*** T* bl,, r r 

prize. What prize? Harrison 10.000 florins. England offered , th /* . Uniiv^ « he,,er ■ n >’thing else.Not 
asked. Why. the prize for the grandest prize of them all , if ^ since Gail Patrick came out 

finding the longitude at sea. —10.000 pounds if a ship on — from Biimingham, Ala., in the 

The longitude at sea was a test voyage made port within FRANK WARNING early thirties has a top star 

the scientific problem of the 60 miles. 15.000 pounds if it A front-runner of thiee * ver *P run 8 from one. Their 

age. Sailing ships crossing came within 40 miles. 20.000 years ago got on TV a few 1 batting average today is even 

the oceans missed their desti pounds if it came within 30 minutes after the I960 Miss mor * dismal, 

nations by hundreds of miles miles. Universe was crowned to de- 

liver a frank warding to the 
r • 1 f remaining contenders. 

Scientists tailed GO home — youn never 

. . , crash Hollywood no matter 

Every aingle one of the him 500 pounds “for further W hat you do. how long you 

worlds top scientists tried for experiments.” stay,” summed up her met- 

th* prize. Every .in,!* one of w| ^ U /_ b * CK 


The Entertainment Parade 


Concert Cloud About to Pour 


Show* of Many Kinds 
Fill doming Season 

“There ariseth a little cloud out of the sea, like a 
man’s hand.’’ 

This little cloud, as thos< . • “f«mily frolic ” a new classl- 
who have read the storv of f,ra, ‘ on * mon K " n<l 

Elijah well know, materialized invo,v ~ ,our * nd four 

into a torrential downpour * omrn 

which alike relieved the Of the latter, two are young 
drought In Samaria and nearly *hile “Millie” and her sisters 
caught King Ahab out without »re closer to middle age. There 
hia oilskins are two young men. one 

man about 40 and another 
In the entertainment world pushing go which ae* m , n k p 
of Victoria the little cloud a arrangement, 
which during the fall and . . _ . 

winter will provide a deluge of p . * . 

plays, recitals, concerts and for this opus will be announced 

variety ahows has arisen from s ol >• 
the bra say see of summer in 

activity. Theatre Guild tryouts for 

* * * Eric Llnkletter’s “Love In 

_ . . . _ . „ ... Albania” have been reached 

Both Victoria Theatre Guild . . 

and St. Luke’s Players have * 

»n pounced plans lor their first They takepl.ee .1 the Lan, 

major productions. >*"' Co “» rhM,r / »'J « P™- 

Wednesday and Thursday. 
St. Luke’s has chosen “For Three men and two women are 
Pete’s Sake” a comedy by required. With the exception 
Leslie Sands and a sequel to of one female, all the role* call 
his "Beside the Seaside” which! for characters 35 to 45 years of 
was performed in 1957. ajf e The girl is anywhere 

“For Pete’s Sake” is termed from five to ten years younger. 

__Trio of Festivals 

Victoria theatrical organiza- Dates for Famous Artists' 
tlons have firmly in mind appearances have not yet been 
possible entries in the South 



... . .sn improved model. Again if they paid the /lightest 

mem iaueo. he ask<Hl fo ^ se nt on a test attention it wasn’t evident. 

When young John Harrison voyage. Again the answer was Bright and early the n-xt 

applied for the prize and no. morning they were on the 

showed hi* new clock, they Ten years passed and he was rounds have been ever since 

! ju*t laughed at him. But did back with a third model, still listening open-mouthed to 
vy . he give up? He did not. He better than the last one. The the small talk and the double 

non ninny uent home to Yorkshire and answer was still no. talk of nondescript sharpies 

— *" - spent seven years building a Twenty years passed It was who hang out on every corner 

working model. Then he re- now 1761. The indefatigable of Filmtown to prey on un¬ 

turned and said they should Harrison appeared before the wary pretties, 
stnd him on a test voyage and Board of Longitude with his Dating back to the flicker)’ 
they’d see he'd found the solu- fourth model. It was his 

tion. masterpiece the best clock the Abbreviate 

The answer was no. Just to world had ever seen, 
keep him quiet. Harrison and At last the board agreed to Recital by Bealllik 
his clock were sent on a short a test voyage. Since John nFTRnpr ( ^ Pl nxsMr 
trip to Lisbon. When htf came Harrison was by then Yoo old .... a™" 1 .? ( ^ »*/? * 

bark with proof that his clock for a trip to Jamaica the was “ 

was the answer to the prob- 68. his son William was sent *** charged with ^decent 

- «•« —<*• ^ h* “jKiirjrryss 

“tM»at" rendezvous was said to 
contain words too ripe for pub¬ 
lic ears. 


Never Turn Your Bark 


What Dr. Spock 
Didn’t Tell Us 


By B. M. ATKINSON. JR., with Drawings 
by WHITNEY HARROW, JR. 


Old Man Cheated 

After five months William As I said. I think this story's 
returned to England. The got everything. I can see it 
problem was solved. Harrison’s now the boy genius with his 
chronometer had brought the clocks, the 50-year battle 
ship into port within 18 miles against his enemies, the test 
- well within the 30 mile limit voyage of the ship in full sail 
set for the £20.000 prize. across the Atlantic, the crew 

But this isn't the pnd of the betting on whether they’d win 
story. Parliament passed a bill, the world’s largest prize, the 
cheating the old man and triumphant return, the 80 
giving him £3.000 and permiv yearold man being honored 
sion to make still another test by Parliament — ah. what a 
trip. William Harrison went movie! 

on another trip. He returned Except, of course that 
after four months. He’d theres’ no love interest in the 
reduced the error to 10 miles story. 

Alter that trip Harrison got But I guess they 11 work 
another 5.000 pounds. When that in. 
he asked for the remaining — “ “ 

10.000 pounds he was put off Boat EXpiOdfS. 

He was put off eight more ■ 

year*. Finally, in 1773. he was Owil<*r BUttMMl 
oaid He died three years later, 

jjj VANCOUVER 'CP»- Doug 

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w-, Dll suffered burns to his hand» 

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announced but concerts are 
by the well • known Obern 
kirchen ('hlldren’s Choir, the 
Vienna Boys’ Choir, the Royal 
Norway Festival with 25 sing- j 
ers. dancers and musicians, 
pianists Eden and Tamir from 
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fell. harpist Mildred Dilling. 
reputed to travel with no 
_ . _ A . fewer than 20 harps, and the 

Both Famou. Artists and New Y ork Festival Opera 
the Victoria Symphony offer Co mpany with The Barber of 

a fin* list A# waefarmaea fn«* 


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to 26 and the Dominion finals, 
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* * * 


a fine list of performers for 
195960. 


San Francisco 
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Seville 

The symphony orchestra 
bri/if* three outstanding 
pianists, Sheila Henig. Lloyd 
Powell and Glenn Gould, 
soprano Ilona Kombrink. bass 
baritone Donald Bell, violinist 
Hyman Goodman, and two 
guest conductors. Dr Nicholas 
Goldschmidt, artistic director 
of the Vancouver International 
Festival, and Dr. Boyd Nell. 

First pair of concerts, with 
Mr/' Goodman, takes place 


SAN FRANCISCO <AP) — 

Merger of San Francisco s two 
evening newspapers. The San 
Francisco ‘Call Bulletin and 
The San Francisco News, was 
announced late Saturday. 

The newspaper, beginning October 4 and 1 
on Monday, will he equally a * a 

owned by Scripps Howard and ^ Takarazuka Dance 
Hearat Publishing r ® I,s Theatre of Japan opens tomor 
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ctaeo N*w,-Call Bulletin. h,, h The.lre ln Vancouver. 

The merger reduces San Shows are nightly's!! week at 
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three. | and Saturday at 2 30. 


Pain Killer 
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TORONTO (IPI) — 
DentUi Gordon Anker drills 
with a television net In the 
celling of hbt office. 

When patients He In the 
ehalr they get an eyeful of 
television at the same time. 

He says this Is an ex¬ 
periment. 

“If It does relax patients, 
television nut) be incorpo¬ 
rated In standai'* denial 
equipment." Anker said. 

He will report his findings 
la the dental appManre 
manufacturers. 

“I expect a queue of men 
patients on ball game days,” 


A year old child being 
watched by his mother will 
waddle about the room for 
| hour . with all the sure-footed 


break into a suburban hospital Ireatment. 
were killed after exchanging 


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,he mother turn, he, tack. - *" d ,wo ° ,h * r * who ““P* 4 


— were trying to rob the hos¬ 
pital of $18,000. 


however, he immediately 
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zelle and moves at a speed 

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patter of little feet, will first S(hll f er> 15. an d his horse were 
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America in December. 


Bach toBru beck: 
Sex Sells Discs 


The Viewing World 
By John Crosby 


Insects' Souls 
Prayer Subject 

TAIPKI, Kormo*. (API — 
Five Buddhist print* 
chanted incantation* here 
Saturday for the aoul* of 
moaquitoe*. mice and other 
creature* sacrificed In the 
ndme of nclence at a U.S. 
Navy disease research 
centre. 

Chine** employee* at the 
centre wanted to placate 
their god* against visiting 
their own famllle* with 
d)«eaae hecau** their Job* 
compel them to kill living 
creature*. 


but mixing classv chassis with I, * r ff d !^, U ' m * n “1°" 
rh^ri.h~t ‘1...1A h.. iw^. television script and then pro- 
ceeded to parlay it into a novel. 


By HIGH A! MULLIGAN 

NEW YORK (AP)—Oo lala, those record album 
covers! 

Bell dancers writhing to the 
rhythm* of Verdi and Puccini. 

Can-can girl* kicking up a 
storm for Offenbach and Ra 
vel. Sultry, sinuous nymphs 
cavorting in the name of the 
music world'* newe»t set 5f 
B* Bach. Beethoven and Bi 
kini. 

The old masters would prob¬ 
ably fracture a clavichord over nothing like a full color pho»o changes that have taken place 
the way their wares are being 
peddled to the public today. 


I just saw *‘A Hole in the Head,” a very good movie 
starring Frank Sinatra and Edward G. Robinson, stem¬ 
ming from a tale which has a long and interesting 
history. It started out its career as a television play back 
in 1955. 


cherished classics has become 
' a half-billion-dollar industry’. 

“Sex,” says President Sidney 
Frey of Audio Fidelity Re¬ 
cords, “sells albums. You have 
to reach out Into the custom 
er’s psyche, catch his attention 
in a split second and hold .t 
before he flips to another al 
bum in the bin. There’s 


Broadway play. and. finally’. 

this movie for which he wrote 
the screen play. He gets a 
lot of mileage out of an idea, 
this kid. but I think now ne 
has run the gamut. 

SIMPLE STORY 
What interest* me are the 


of a pretty gal lor this type of 
response. 


Frisky , Net-Stocktyged Leg 

Frey’s firm, a little giant In 


Fox Attacks 
Five Childr en 

LONDON, On). M P) — A 
fox was shot after II 
attacked five < hlldnm Satur¬ 
day al Kilworlh, 19 mile* 
west of here. 

A dog fought the fox. and 
the children, playing In the 
village, were not bitten. 

Polk-* said the fox’s head 
would he examined. 

Blaze in Attic 
Damages Home 

An attic fire early yesterday 
morning caused extensive 
damage to the home of Alfred 
A n k c o r 0, 4736 Interurban 

Road 

Saanich firemen spent more 
than four hours fighting the 
blaze, which broke out at 6.46 
B.m. The house Is insured. 


Fabulous Francis X. 
Would Spend It Again 


the ROMA . 

ITALIAN 

RESTAURANT 




Old Stars Had It Good 
But Now Have Nothin" 

By RICK DL BROW 

HOLLYWOOD (UPII— In a modes* little home 
near here, old-time movie star Francis X. Bushman, 
who once had 28 servants, smiled wanly and said: “I 
made six million dollars irv five years. I spent it as fast 
as it came in.” 

there was so much to use. 
There were always parties at 
my house, and there were $100 
bills for friends who needed 
it. Now there are no friends 
because there are no parties or 
$100 bills.” 


a highly-competitive field, does 
a lot more than reaching into 
the customer’s psyche. Occa 
sionally, it even kicks him in 
the shins with a frisky, net- 
stockinged leg. as was the case 
with a recent chacha album. 
The jacket showed only the 
dimpled knees and curvy 
calves of a dancer in a 
crouched position, 
b “Twice the model threatened 
to walk off the job . . . said 
the pose gave her cramps.” re¬ 
called Frey, “but It didn t 



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A few miles away, in a three 
room apartment, pickle faced 
comedian Stan Laurel scratch 
ed his head thoughfully and re 
marked: “I guess if I had 
splashed the money less in 
the old days, I’d be living in , 

more than Just an apartment Off the Record 

now’.” ■ ■ —.— -. 

And in the kitchen of his 
home in the San Fernando Vsl 
ley. eamedian Bud Abbott, who 
1 says he is broke as a result of 
high living and back taxes, 
said ruefully: ’They should 
call this town Follywood." 

HARO TIMES 

j It was Abbott’s announce¬ 
ment of his hard times last 
May that reminded filmland 
anew that not all Hollywood 
stories have happy endings 
at least, not in real life. 

Fortunes have a.l 1 p p e d 
through the fingers of many 
, film luminaries among them. 

Buster Keaton. Jackie Coogan. 

Mack Sennett, Johnny Weiss 
inuller and the late Bela Lu¬ 
gosi and Maurice Costello. 

But perhaps no one went 
through a fortune more ex 
travagantly — and with more 
relish — than Bushman, who. 
at 76, still bears the rugged 
good looks that made him 
Hollywood’s first “great 
lover." 

DOZEN SEC RETARIES 

“At the height of my ca 
I ret»r." he said. “I had a dozen 


“This is the last stronghold 
of glamor in the commercial 
field.’’ says one. 'The range 
is fabulous, from the oldest 
classics to the latest Broadway 
show, and new Ideas are 
always welcome. A photog¬ 
rapher can get pretty de¬ 
pressed shooting a bottle of 
Citiupi but here there is room 
for originality, creativity and 
self-expression.’’ * 

In addition, record firms 
have become the biggest and 
most consistent buyers of 
modern and abstract paintings, 


In the play sine# it started. 

On TV. it was a striking and 
memorable piece. At the time. 

I wrote: “It was a simple, taut 
story of a perennial adolescent, 
cramp the sales. The album he very well played by Edmond 
came the biggest of its kind, O’Brien, and his son who at 14 
even though nobody ever ia already more mature than 
heard of the orchestra before.’’ his daddy at 42. 

No authoritative market “O’Brien operates a small 
study has ever bedfemade of hotc i ln Florida, but it is the 
the “impulse buying Vfactor ^ w ho worries about getting 
in record sales, but manufac towe i s to the customers while with *^*1 flavors and dis- 
turers are convinced that any hls fat her la buying expensive tinction8 -py doesn’t produce 
where from 10 to o0 per cent su it a he can’t afford and Kind 0 f thing any more, 
customers Jwjf* ■ having the car painted and | t . § ^ t0 me 

u COVer> K chasing * irl# ' And going bank ^e movies never produced 

„ . . . . nipt.” anything of this genre. When 

CAWED, LOST TV drama drlst up. the motion 

and financial hona.ua forlorn Ea*Ptl»»y. 

same story but with a num try-out- 

her of interesting differences stories, 
which spell the difference be- 
_ tween movie and TV drama— 

used mainly on the Jackets of hack when there was some TV 
jazz and classical music. drama. The movie has both 

But sometimes art and sex g*in«i and loat in the transla- 
collide. One firm, known for Hon. It has gained mightily in 
its conservative covers, sud- .charm and certainly In laughs, 
denlv changed pace and decked It has gained, in short, ; 
out the jacket of Ravel’s Daph Frank Capra's direction Which 
nis and Chloe ballet with a is a' marvel of Ingenuity and 
gorgeous nude being carried a sort of feathery humanity 


mercial artists. 


ground for original 


ART GALLERY 

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into a banquet hall on a huge 
brum* platter. Dealers were 
’“*0 shocked they refused to 
stock the record until the 


and warmth. It has gained 
Frank Sinatra. «an incredibly 
gifted performer, and Edward 
G. Robinson, who gives a 


jacket was finally recalled and tight, powerful and funny per 


Chloe swathed 
drapery. 


in yards of 


Bv Jim Tavlor 


Mush Is Still Hot 


A friend describe* Pat Boone as "a hot-mush-at- 
bedtime sinRer.” That mav be, but Mr. Boone has proved 
there is a market for mush. 


Insinuation Is that while 
Mr. Boone has a good voice 
and sings good songs, he 
radiates so much wholesome 
nos* that he’s unbelievable. 
That la the only complaint 
I’ve ever heard about the 
young man who has become 
one of the No. 1 magnets for 
the teenage dollar. 

The feeling seems to be that 
if only he'd do something 


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standard 45 discs. 

* * * 

NEW RELEASES: The Me 
Guire Sinter*. consistently 
good in anything they do 
have a real swinger in “Com¬ 
promise.” a disc that Is already 
beginning to sell . . . George 
human and nasty, like beating ^Hamilton IV is going well with 
his latest, a ballad called 
“Gee" . . . The late Buddy 
Holly, who cut several discs 
just before his death In a 
plane crash, appears on a new 
record called "Peggy Sue Got 
Married.” a sequel to his 
highly-successful “Peggy Sue” 
.. . Dick Jacob* and his chorus 
do a soft and polished English 
version of the Mexican ballad 
“Cu Cu Ru Cu Cu Paloma.” 


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aecretaries and lived on a 288- 
acre estate. My home cost a 
quarter of a million a year to 
keep up. I had 28 servants and 
drove a $20,000 Marmon car 
painted lavender w-itb ’Francis 
X. Bushman' rnscilbed in gold 
on the outside." 

His servants’ uniforms were 
lavender. He smoked mono- 
grammed lavender clgarets. 
and he flashed an amethyst 
ring as big as a golf ball 

Then, in 1918. his reign ended 
overnight. His adoring female 
fans found out he w»,s married 
and dropped him cold. 

NOT BITTER 

*Tm not bitter," he said. T 


Is mother or scrawling "I 
hate Elvis” on fences, he’d he 
more like one of the gang. 

Nonetheless, as Dot Records 
point out proudly in their 
latest little blurb, this month 
marks Boone's fourth ahni- 
versary on records, and he 
doesn’t seem to be run¬ 
ning out of milk money. He s 
done 10 albums, all best sellers 
whether they be bop. ballads 
or hymns, snd seldom misses 
hit status with his singles. 

Remember Boone’s first 
record? It was a rocker called 
“Two Hearts. Two Kisses." 
and It was a hit even in a time 
when rhythm and blues re¬ 
cords were climbing well over 
the 1.000.000 copy mark. He 
followed it wdth others of the 
same type, and had equal suc¬ 
cess with ballads such as “I’ll 
Be Home.” 

Now Boone has celebrated 
his fourth anniversary wdth an 
11th LP. “Tenderly. ’ It will 
undoubtedly be as big a seller 
as his others, because It’s 



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to have fun. I had fun when 
had millions, and I have 
fun now. If I had the big 
money again. I’d spend It 
faster than the first time." 

Laurel never accumulated Just one song per side, with 
the fortune that Bushman did the same running time as the 
Yet he admits he should have current 45 rpm. monaural 
saved more money from the single discs. 


HOLLYWOOD <AP) — Tom 
Tully has turned in his San 
Francisco police badge and 
cashed out for $50,000. 

. The gruff, able actor no 
longer will be ferreting out 
hoods on The Lineup, the CBS 
crime Aeries 

“I didn't like the new set 
up.” he said. “They wanted 
to put me and Warner Ander¬ 
son In supporting roles. After 
five years as stars of the 
show, I didn't think this was 


were killing the whole idea nf 
the show.” 

The Lineup ran Into trouble 
last season from the fast 
moving 77 Sunset Strip, an 
hourlong whodunit that op¬ 
posed t h e Tully Anderson 
sleuthing in many time zones. 
CBS decided to fight fire with 
fire and expanded Lineup to 
an hour for the fall. 

Tully says "the network fell 
for some poll taken In the 
east. The poll said that we 


formance as hls stuffy but 
practical brother. 

SHEER SIZE 

Of course, also the film has 
color and Cinemascope, sheer 
size, lovely shots of Miami ' 
and a hit song. It has scope, 
it has. On the other hand, 
the TV play had some values 
that have been lost. For one 
thing, a point of view. 

The TV play ended differ¬ 
ently. In it. the young boy 
goes off with his aunt and 
uncle. He feels that his fsther. 
whom he deeply loves, doesn't 
really want him because pos¬ 
session of a son implies adult- - 
hood which the man refuses 
to face. 

HAPPY ENDING 

In the movie, the hoy and 
father wind up scrambling in 
the surf, laughing exultantly. 
Love and irresponsibility 
triumph over everything and 
are even held up as models 
of behavior and jewels of wis¬ 
dom. 

Well, it's a workable movie 
ending and it’ll pay off at the 
box office. I liked both end¬ 
ings. But I can’t get over the 
fact that the same writer 
reached both conclusions 
under the pressure of the 
| changing mores of the me¬ 
diums. The-more durable ele¬ 
ments of hls story are the per¬ 
sonalities of the characters, 
who hsve great flavor. 
RIGGER MAN 

The dialogue still has pith 
and quality. The character of 
the Sinatra role still h»* bite, 
though not so much as the 
original. And the responsible 
brother who wishes he didn't 
have to be quite so responsible 
has actually gained stature and 
depth as it has progressed 
from TV to movie. 

But I'm particularly proud of 
TV because it produced a story 


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right. I had no objection to couldn't compete with 77 Sun¬ 
using new people if it was ' set Strip unless we got some 
handled intelligently. But they r juvenile leads." 


comedies he made with the 
late Oliver Hardy. 

"Well, I’m human." said the 
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NO MORE PARTIES 

Abbott said he never thought 
he'd need an annuity to fall 
back on. Then the government 
disallowed $500,000 in tax 


Films ol 20 Countries 
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Called "Stereo Seven" the 
new packaging deal Is being 
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the single disc market, and to . , __ k . ... 

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HOLLYWOOD (UPD-The 
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Director Mel Frank saw 


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Murders Key to Czar’s Lost Treasure 


MOSCOW 'Reuter*! —After panelling and carvings ripped 
* 10-ynr search and a mys from a former Czarist palara 
terious double murder. Soviet outside Leningrad wi4jn Nazi 
expert* still hope to find price forces began their siege of the 
less amber treasure presented city, 
hy Fredertk the Great of Prut- * * * 

•ia to Czar Peter the Great in More than 60 readers an- 
1716 and looted by the Nazis swered the newspaper * ap- 
from a palace near Leningrad peal for Information. Theif 
during the Second World War.‘letter* now have been handed 
a a a over to a special commission 

Hope* have risen since an set up in 1949 to conduct the 
East German newspaper. Freie search. 

Welt, published a story about Soviet troops equipped tfTtTT 
the treasure, a room of amber special devices have been 


Double Killing Slows 
Search foi* Nazi Loot 


examining ancient castle* in Most of the Freie Welt'a In- 
Fast Prussia around Koenigs former*, son* and relatives of 
burg, now Kaliningrad, the Nazi officials who spirited the 
area to which the nunt has treasure away from the blaz- 
been narrowed._ Wf palace, agree the treasure 


must be hidden somewhere quiry ended abruptly w hen the 
near Kaliningrad, though some former director of the Prus 
have said that it is hidden in sian Museum of Arts in old 
Fast Germany. One letter said Koenigsburg was found poi- 
that the treasure was hidden toned with his wife, 
in a mine near Poznan, Poland. * * 

* * * The commission believe* the 

During the long search, director wa* murdered by 
towers, rooms and halls in terrorists” anxious to pre- 
Kast Prussian castle* have the secret of the tree- 

been carefully measured inside Rur# 

and out to reveal secret pas It WM j n t 0 hi* hand*, the 
sage*. Cellar* have been commission believe*, that the 
pumped dry and floors dug up ireasure was given when Nazi 
-so far without result. leaders ordered it brought to 

One promising line of in- Koenigsburg. 


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factor, they said. 

New calculation* by the orbited the earth in 12 hour*, 
space agency showed that Ex- ^ minutes.*That’s six times 
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TOKYO »AP> — Worst 
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HARRY WARD 

We arc pleased to announce 
t h a t Mr. Ward, having suc¬ 
cessfully completed the Real 
Estate Council Sale* Course 
conducted by the Faculty of 
Commerce and Business Ad¬ 
ministration of the University 
of British Columbia, has joined 
our sales Staff. A well known 
successful business man of 
many years, we feel Mr. Ward 
is-exceptionally well qualified 
to advise his many friends and 
business associates in their 
real estate and busiocs* proh 
lems regarding property and 
inventories. Please feel free 
to contact him at 

FRANK A. MARTIN 
AGENCIES LTD. 

1114 Blanshard Street 
KVM7H Res. EV 2 7771 


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Taunus: Brawn and Beauty 


Two words that have come 
to stand for reliability in the 
automobile world are ^Ger¬ 
man” and "Ford.” It come* as 
no surprise, therefore, that 
oai* built hy Ford * German 
subsidiary should be sturdy. 

What did turn out to be a 
surprise about the Taunus 
especially the top line 17 M 
model was its really beauti 
ful road behavior. 

There are some car* that 
feel right, from the first time 
you step into them; some you 
learn to admire, and some 
that are never really pleasant 
to drive. The Taunus is one of 
th» first kind. 

First off. It rides and feels 
like a big car. and it’s one of 
>• roomier imports. Second 
Jt* smallish engine has hags 
M push. Third, it handles eas 
3b and crisply. Fourth, It 
J|ang* onto curves like a leech, 
•and you can hustle it about 
^Sith carefree abandon with- 
•Mut getting Into trouble, he 
•cause if ever there was a car 
•that lets you know what it * 
jdning, this is It. 

The two model* have some 


Ford's German Entry 
Feels Right from Start 


basic difference in suspension. 
The 17 M uses the sliding pil 
lar-and;Wishhone system long 
familiar to drivers of English 
Ford*. The smaller 12 M ser 
ies use* the more conven¬ 
tional two w ishbone arrange 
ment. Both use ordinary leaf 
springs at the rear. 

They have very similar en 
gines. The 12 M has 92 cubic 
inches, with a 60 horsepow er 
output. The 17 M is bigger in 
bore and displaces about 100 
cubic inches, with 67 horse¬ 
power. Both share * rare fea 
ture the crankshaft is hollow 
all down the middle, which 
give* enormous hearing area, 
extreme rigidity and light 
weight, hut must add a fair 
whack to manufacturing cost*, 
ewe 

Both 12 M snd 17 M series 
include well designed station 
wagons. 

e e e 

The 17-M has a slightly 
"hotter” camshaft, and both 


are set up to produce remark 
ably high torque at medium 
speeds, which, along with quite 
low gearing produce the ex 
ceptional push mentioned 
earlier. * 

On the subject of gearing, 
there are several options of 
transmission offered on the 
17-M -• three speed, all-syn¬ 
chronized box is standard, with 
th<» option of a four-speed box 
or overdrive. This three speed 
arrangement seems to me a 
good compromise for drivers 
used to domestic transmi* 
sions. It has the simpler shift 
pattern, hut atill all forward 
gears are useful in ordinary 
driving— 

Personally, I’d insist on 
overdrive with the three-speed 
transmission, though. The en¬ 
gine is turning pretty briskly 
hy the lime you get to 50. and 
i I felt I’d like to shift up one 
I more cog. Which is. of course, 
just what an overdrive does. 


I know nothing whatever 
about the four speed option, 
except that there Is one. 

e e e 

Styling of the Taunus is 

straightforward and neat, hut 

there's one odd thing about it. 
It hears far greater resem¬ 
blance to British General 
Motors cars than to other 
Fords. This doesn’t mean they 
look alike, just that the gen 
eral concepts are similar. Tbis 
is especially true of the 12 M. 
which might have been styled 
hy the same man who did the 
Vauxhall Victor. 

e e e 

Finish, I need hardly add. 
Is excellent. There is hardly a 
single German car without a 
better finish than anything 
made anywhere else. No loose 
ends, no misfit panels, no 
dangling rubber moulding, 
no thin paint, no wobbly 
chrome, no gaps or squeaks 
or rattles. They seem to have 
mass production fualfty con¬ 
trol whipped into submission, 
e e e 

But this is frosting on the 
cake. The real beauty of the 
Taunus is its sharp handling 
a..d well-controlled ride. 


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Beautiful Property 

Intafina fowMlf In thia lint home Tha 
Sunshine Kitchen ha* jun nooie* o l coun¬ 
ter .pare and a bar dividing tha dlninf 
area, lota of eetra euphoarda and drawer*, 
too' Largo corner vindflSA Uvtng # room 
too hedrooma hall and l pee bathroom 
All .partoo. with oak floor, throughout 
Full cement baaemen* »nh laundry raom 
anoUkar .mall pla.tered room work 
benrh and drive-in garage Let t*ai)> ft 
In lawn. flower. and frui» Included In 
prea. an elactrla range garbage burner 
and Tv antenna* 


MRS. LAVENDER 
EV 8 43ft 1 
EV * 3837 

INSURANCE 
MORTGAGES 
ALTO FINANCE 


Exhibition Park Race Results 


VANCOUVER -CP» -Exhibition Park 
*ftr. reauMa. Saturday • 
ft- ptrat Race- MSA three veer-elda and 
*p • ile and aeventv yard* 

•Edr J .McLeod- LWH »M M 
ftlttacrort -* J Clark J •• 

^not Work -P R Clark- * ** 

• AIM Meat of AIL Ctrtei Snake Oil. 
airam*.* S-immar S*ar and Dark LaI- 
fon Time 1 M 

Second Race MM three-vear-olda 
foaled in Canada, ala furtong* 

I s ! *52 

Anna Ida - Richard* ■ 1 IS 3*® 

..jhle Show . Arterhurn - * M 

Alan Roaahurn. Camhie King Mor.a 
Ion Richmond Doll and Neroda Soy 




"Dally I 


tuble MM M 


• Third Rac^ 41 Md -hrae-vanr-olda 
And up nalW apd aavanty rarda 

•ftlrarie yn-corA^ 

• .*!«*« . .h 11* MM IIM 

•roatr Naw. -McLeodi IM I* 

•Tolleroae Coppernoll- ISO, 

• Alao Olo Reign and Ladner Saauty 

# TMk* J-4 

aa Fourth Kata ISIS. four year-olda 
_ *nd up mile and aaaanty rarda 
•»ope Heel Fly 

ft -Vgntrella • I*N|1«I3N 

Song Time Broomfield. 4 70 ]M 

•fc'*re»k Richarda- 1 IX 

ft Alao Hoekahey Mr Succaaa Reau 
_ #bbaa and Maatar Eddie Time 144 


Fifth Race—It.MX three-year-olda 

• End ip mile and Hat-n«-eonthe 

mCunnimu;:e 

Rroomft*ld« M M M 4# $1 M 

** Kooah -Artdrburnt I M J *• 

. Whuaer K -Slvewrtght 4 It 

Sled Che»4 »Ut Sc ip ks TI. Fogy 

* legacy Naw Feature aad Ratal Tima 
• 14 l-» 

•tit* Rare—11 Mi thraa-year^oMa 
end up. • He and aa*en»y rarda 
f aih Bet tVawtralla- »M M M HR 
king Turf -McLeod tit | IS 

--- -- 


AUe Mr Flaatway H Free. Kira , 

Iraftboy. Prayed aad Naw- 


Reventh Raca -»l Vtd thraa-yaar-olda . 
and up ata furlnnga: 

Hi Drive Tarry. NNI3S Ul« 
Mab# Mika -Wtlliana- IN 3M 

Deep Currant -Broomfield- 3 44 

Alao Air- Una. Delara and Our 
Rutch Time I It 1-g -eouale track 
record • 

Eighth Race MM. tour-year-olda 

and up. an furlong* 

Lillie Selfifth 

A r ter hum ■ ' 91 • M »T M M «l 

Flover Call - Broomfield ) M I IS 
Lore-.-aa Sahe -S J dark- IN 

AI«o Otou.ter Queen Chick* La«’ 
Delta Drive. Tenna Rarh Joe N. Doll 
•one *nd Hookhanger Time l 1J J-» 
QumelU paid Md f 

OVERNIGHT ENTRIES 

FTRdT RACE Claiming. l*Ad for 

four-vaar-alds and ua Si* furlong, 

Btiddv H McLeod• _ _ 11 * 

Sovell -F * Clark. ... Ill 

Lark* Flv -Arterburn- __tSt 

Tnal Judge -Broomfield. _121 

Light Mut -Coppernoll-_111 

Cap Stadium • Broomfield. . 121 

Tropical -Ktcharda- 121 

Rear help* .*I>rry. . _ |S| | 

Jay M Jay - Snow leai_ . |g 

Tn-dy Trta -Btvewrighti _US 

Alao eligible 

Fatav Mahone -ropparaofl. . . Ill 

Oreat Count -Tarry- .._..121 

Oraenaway Coppernoll- _ 121 

Mavhe Tlah -McLeod- .. 1M 

SECOND RACE—Claiming $»vt for 

three--ear-old. and up Bn furlongv 
Ju»t Dream Broomfield- 111 

Jaaaraodev -Gonialei-_ nj 

Olen Rrvnp# -Knowlaai . .... llg 

Olad Hill - W-Jhemt) * .. _1|S 

Tasopig -Cornuck. .. ___uj 

VR* Roea -Terry.___ 111 

•man -no boy- . .IM 

Brook worth Richard*. _ . Ill 

S»na Way# • Arterburni ... . • 2S3 

Braggy jean -Rlchardaon)_113 

Alao ellgtbke 

id Conrvr'lble Sheohprdt _ ___|JJ 

ftth. •‘r Lad -Ncldwd- Its 

t»e#t Fighter .CopparpoUi - 1U 

RuffLaga Lam -VaatraUai -t ag 


THIRD RACK Allowance II W far Dland Hawk .Rtchardaoai . 

im. imtmw JST 

Campmeater -Broomiield. -IM Bonnie Lam -Copoemalli „ 

CautidRa Kata -Arterbumi _IM Bun Twe -Arterburn- 

Maleficent -Coppernoll- _IM * ,Dorr "? ( <l®r«ack. . 

Oien Laddie .Slvewrtghtt ._ . * IM rSUr. nv« ^Tvewnght. - . 
Duiv Wat. h - Ru hard* ... ~ “ 

Mercl Monsieur -Cormacki 
MarBane .Terry- 
Fat Hurrv .William*. 

Mandy* Fei -Rl-hardaon. 

Junanna -Ventrella- 
AUa eliatble 

PL- Read Rlchardaon- . 

Eliadriv* -Tarry* .. 

Tger Theory -Ventrella. 

Biarduat Mua -Wllliama. 


FOURTH RACE Claiming MM far 
four year-olds and up »i« furlongs 

Flying Flute -Richards- 1_131 

Camilla B <■ J Clark-_ .. Ill 

Robern -Ventrella- . 11* 

Abbeva Bon Arterburn- _131 

lady Verm -Broomfield. _111 

Ralv -Knowles- IM 

Early Rambler Ri hardaoai. _llg 

F-ndorn Sue 'Tarryi „ ltj 

Tilth* -Cormack- _..._lit 

Matties Pride Coppernoll-_IM 

A Wo eligible 

Empire Stadium -Btvewrighti__ 

Fortert Pebble CoppernoU- _ 

Speedy Oal -Arterburn- 


112 Queer»boro Lad -Knawleai 111 

SEVMtTH RACK OMlonal. elalming ‘ 
.IM 11 Mo ror four-vear-olda and up 
lfg Mila and aeventv rarda: 

-*** Baralov -Richards. __ Ml 

Flue Nawk -Terry. _ Hi 

... Ibverhawk S-veeright. __ U| 

tea Aft 'Arierburn- IM 

‘ lil Fusty One -Coppernoll. ..!!» 

-J!* Sleepv Star -WiUlama. _ ill 

; "• Roar Turf .Cormack* _til 

Hard Lina* Shephard- . IM 

Bimenstown -Rtchardaon. IM 

Kenan Kid -Broomfield- 


FOR SALE 

Industrially Zoned 
Columbia Carpot Company's 

Property Building ipproximately 25,500 *q. ft. 
Located on a 2 1 2 -acre plot comer Dallas Road and 
Montreal Street. Sprinkler system throughout. 
For details contact: 

L. J. Colt is, 

Pemberton, Holmes Ltd. 

EV 4-H126 Res. EV S-6346 


.in 

*M far 
in Can 


Ml 


ElOHTH RACE Claiming I 
faur-year-old* and up foaled 
ada Si* furlongs: 


_ arnftew- _11J 

Richmond Lady -B J Clark»_ 111 

Rambling Ann -Arterburni _llg 

Royal Kid -Tarry* 113 

Candle Burner .McLeod- _IM 

Fils Pirn -Blvewrlght-_—_ill 

File Rills -Richardson• .. . 113 

Da*endel William*- _:_113 

fVtid -Bier 


FIFTH RACK - Cl* I mini 


Worth 

A Wo eligible 

Legal Action -Richards- 


—_- 313 


mg -MM fm 

four-year-oM* and up foaled m Can [_ J 

ao* One mile and twenty yards Lulu Queen -Broomfield) . 113 

Gallant Car -Broomfield- _130 ^ 

Darcan Cormack- __ igg *LTR sac* -Claiming MM for four- 

rebble. Pride -Kaftblgai ’IZ.^_--U» and up. Mila and seventy 

Con Bnp - Richard*. IM ’•»*• 

C-wdeahFa th -Willwma. -13d Brava Chief .OoppomoBr _IM 

1-oken Settles -Shepherd. _IM Kathv Fin »B J Clark. 1.._111 

Bobs Mistake -Slvewright.-43a Welcome Dar Arterburn- __U» 

Wv Bihar Dtme McLeod*_IM Pursuit .Ventrella _ Id 

Imponderable -Coppemotl. _13b Chief Roaahi Tarry)_111 

(TTrry. • . _i3d Cabbet .ArMrhurn. _ ll» 


SIXTH RACK Claiming II Mb for P***™ O 
fo-.r-year-old* and up. Rpia and gev Cintada * 
anty yard*. J Fuat time 


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Up a Tree—In Solid Comfort 


Flooring Choice 
Depends on You 


On ii trip to South America, Emmett Barlow of 
Atlanta, Ga., got idea for a treehouse. He and his 
• wife watch son Doug, 13, and younger brother, 

¥ * * 

Parent* Want In 


Dick, adjust its movable ladder (left). All the 
forts of home are included in the boys’ roost, 
a telephone and TV’. 


corn- 

even 


There are no easy answers 
to flooring problems. And no 
single answer to any one ques¬ 
tion. What is best for a living 
room? What is recommended 
for a kitchen? The answer to 
your flooring problem will de¬ 
pend on where and how you 
live. 

Let's look at rugs. All wool 
pile rugs were once the logi¬ 
cal choice for living rooms. 
The only decisions were. “Can 
I afford wall-to-wall installa¬ 
tion," and, “Do I want a pat¬ 
terned or plain floor?’* 
OTHER KINDS 

Now you must also consider 
the relative advantages of both 
cotton and viscose rugs as 
well. And, more recently, the 
kraft fibre rugs. _ 

You will be familiar with 
the quality of most of the pile 
rugs. The newest innovation 
in this field is that both the 
cotton and wool variety may be 


★ ★ 
of Life 
Decides 
What’s Best 


Wedey, A9, 19ft 


Boys’ Tree House 
Has TV, Phone, _ 
Running Water 

ATLANTA (UPI)—Tarzan never had it so good! 
Look at the penthouse two Atlanta boys have in their 
backyard. 


They are the proud owners ica. He saw the natives in the 


of a tree house complete with 
television, telephone, running 
water, electric lights, radio 
and two double-deck beds. 

Emmett L. Barlow built the 
unique structure for his two 
sons. Doug, 13, and Dick, 9. 

Barlow first got the Idea 
for a tree house while on a 
business trip in Soutn Amer- 


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tree houses there and wrote 
his wife, asking for the di 
mensiona of two large pine 
trees in their yard. 

When Barlow returned, the 
family atarted working on 
| their project. He borrowed a 
scaffold from a friend so the 
i boys could help with the actual 
| construction. 

“I just sat and pulled hails 
out of boards, and visualized 
something small the kids could 
sit In,” Mrs. Barlow said. 

What started out to be 
small tree house turned into a 
IO-by-14-foot home away from 
home. 

Mrs. Barlow said there were 
so many calls the first day 

after the phone waa installed, 
she was unable to place one 

out-going call. 

Dick said that when they 
, first got the running water, 

: “we had a huge water battle 
I out here." 

■ The youngster said that a 
j typical evening in the tree 
| house Includes a card game, 
( a good W’estern on TV, and a 
I snack. 

The house has a lock and a 
ladder which can he pulled up 
at night. Other features are 
three screened windows and a 
tiny bookshelf. 


Big Windows 
Emphasize 
Airy Feeling 

Open planning and exten¬ 
sive use of large window areas 
ensure a bright and spacious 
interior in this three^bedroom 
split level design by architect 
Douglas H. Miller of Vancou¬ 
ver. A glass wall the length 
of the living dining room over¬ 
looks the back gardens. 

A three-foot high partition 
separates the living • dining 
room from the open stairway 
and front vestibule, which* 
senes to separate the living 
and sleeping sreas. Well- 
lighted kitchen has a U shaped 
working area and room lor 
a dining table. Basement ex¬ 
tends only beneath' the bed¬ 
room and entrance hall areas, 
hut there is space for a large 
recreation room. 

The total floor area is 1,111 
square feet and the exterior 
dimensions are 39 feet, nine 
Inches, by 34 feet, four inches. 
Working drawings for the 


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surprisingly, bathroom. They 
are especially practical If you 
¥ • r have children. The fibre rug 
n a> OI Llie is reversible, less expensive 
J than the pile rug, easily home 

cleaned, and doesn’t collect 
dust as pile rugs will. They 
needn’t be tacked down and 
don’t slip. 

SUIT FURNITURE 

★ ★ ★ Solid colors s r e recoin- 

. , .. mended with trsditional fum- 

purchired In 18 Inch «)u«res , tu „ arr pUid , 

with adhesive barton* so that (or , ht nu , nd p. tt , rn , 
you can lay your own walMo- , hlt look Hke hookrd rug , for 


wall with minimum waste. The 


use with early American or 


cost per yard la comparable to c>njldi , n Habitant furniture, 
the same quality carpeting 
sold in the traditional widths 


and lengths. 

FIBRE IS RACK 

But fibre rugs, once out of 
date, are back again. They 
are particularly popular with 
apartment dwellers and fami¬ 
lies who rent. (Canadians 
move an average of once every 
five years.) Fibre rugs appeal 
to these families because they 
are economical, versatile and 
practical. 

The least expensive type of 
fibre rug -is woven of tough 
strands of kraft (a wood pro¬ 
duct) which is twisted to give 
exceptional strength. 
SLIGHTLY MORE 

Slightly more expensive is 
the rug made of kraft inter 


If you economize with your 
choice of carpeting, you may 
be a thrifty shopper. But it is 
inadvisable to cut comers with 
basic flooring installations. If 
you are remodelling your 
home, or building s new one, 
budget for good basic floor¬ 
ing. Don’t settle for second 
best. 

TILE. HARDWOOD 

Mosaic tile will giye a rich, 
permanent floor in hall, kit¬ 
chen and bathroom. This is 
a lifetime installation. If you 
enjoy natural woods, you may 
select good hardwood for liv¬ 
ing room and bedroom. With 
both of these attractive floor¬ 
ings. you might select scatter 
rugs, or, alternatively, a 
single rug that will show a 


Montrealers 
Prefer 
To Rent 

MONTREAL (CP)—Mont- 
rral boose owners mam 
occupy about M.7 per real 
at all city dwellings. 

Montreal has been noted 
for having one of (he mall- 

la North America. But the 
percentage has been grow¬ 
ing steadily la the last flva 
years, the a ss e ss ment de¬ 
partment says la Its annual 
report. 

All told. 59.390 of 314,99ft 
dwellings were occupied by 
owners. 

The percentage of owner- 
occupants has risen from 17 
for I9ftft-ft4. 


Flu Kills 75 

JAKARTA (AP>—Influenza 
killed 75 Indonesians in eight 
villages, around Bandung in 
Juna and July, health authori¬ 
ties report. 


woven with woo l, rayon or 1 handsome border of gleaming 
acetate yam. floor. 

The fibre rug is currently 


being used in living room, din¬ 
ing room, bedroom, porch and. 



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The Barlow boys are trying . _ . „ . 

t. talk their father in J , * I houae. Dealgn 7«0. may be ob- 


stalling a heater so they can 
spend the winter In the house. 
But the tree house is caus- 


tained from Central Mortgage 
and Housing Corporation. 



This Firm 
Makes Rust 

KEASBEY, NJ. (UPI) — 
While industry spends billions 
of dollars fighting rust, one 
company is actually manufac¬ 
turing the stuff snd turning it 
into useful* products. 

The firm is the General 
Ceramics Corp. Its main prod¬ 
ucts are “ferrites." whose prin¬ 
cipal ingredient is Iron oxide, 
better known as rust. Ferrites 
are magnetic materials widely 
used in television sets, radios, 
computers, radar equipment 
and other electronic devices. 

General Ceramics manufac¬ 
tures its ferrites by purchasing 
scrap iron from iron and steel 
mills, dissolving it in acid, 
heating it, washing away the 
impunties and then pulveriz¬ 
ing It. 

Recently, the firm came up 
with a new ferrite called Q3 
jvhich it halls as a long step 
forward in the search for a 
television antenna that can be 
installed inside the cabinet of 
the receiver. 


Roll* Join** Dirk 

VIENNA (UPI) — Dirk 
Bogarde brought his $24,000 
custom made Rolls Royce from 
London to Vienna while he was 
making “A Magic Flame," In 
which he plays the part of 
composer Franz Liszt. 


SAVES oil .,. 
CUTS SERVICE 





OmtSTIOSTS 
TODAY I 

T*u hava only » 
•m i h • alai| ‘ 


WlNKl.m LT 

why It U tho i 
heatlbg problem. 


• i«a 


A • 


ROBERTS METAL 

IMS HOSTS r AS* ST. n 9-441! 


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the Barlow Handyman 9 * Guide 

! low said she and her husband ' 


j have been trying to get their 
I youngsters to sleep inside one 
' night so they can take a whirl 
! at sleeping in the tree house. 


THE MODIRN WALL Till 

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Rave M kid it Costs—Phone Gar Taylor 


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117 BART 

91V Mini Nights EV 4-491$ 


Where to Use What Paint 


DO IT NOW! 

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Weakened Labatts Lose 
To Aroused Shamrocks 


Inter-Cfty Lacrosse League day and in the Royal City on Full**, who operated under the 
1 playoff fight here Saturday Thursday. handicap of a bad back. The 

night with a well-earned. With playing coach Don pudgy veteran Mopped29of 34 


By JIM TAYLOR 
Colonint Staff Writer 

NANAIMOGetting a y.2 f triumph over the Up- Ashbee already on the sidelines shot*, many of them labelled, 
break when^ Nanaimo^La- inlanders. serving out a year’s suspen *nd was about the sole »iand* 

Result moved the Shamrocks **on 


batts wer^ forced to floor 
a clublfaiiiiJk five regulars. 
Victoria Shamrocks pushed 
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into third place, one point 
ahead of their Island rivals, 
with two games left for both 
clubs. Latbatts play the Carl¬ 
ings at Vancouver on Tuesday 
night and wind up the season 
against the same club here 
next Saturday. 

Shamrocks play back-tohack 
games with .the Canadian 
champion New Westminster 
O Keefes in Victoria Wednes- 


Nanaimo floored its 
weakest club of the season. 
Don Sherry, John Lumley and 
Tom McVie were reported out 
with injuries. Gogt Stewart 


out for a club which doesn't 
belong in the playdowns off its 
showing in the last two games. 

Labatts couldn't put to. 
gether any kind of an attack 


failed to get back from a soccer and missed a great chance'to 


date in Vancouver in time for 
the game, and Gary’ Moore was 
an unexplained absentee. 

That the Lahatts made it 
close in a rough, playoff-type 
game was mainly due lo the 


pull even, or even go ahead, 
when the Rocks played a do- 
moralized third quarter which, 
as it turned out, coat them 
only one goal. 

It took Lahatts 13 minutes 



Duncan Little Leaguers 
Win Provincial Crown 


fine work of goalkeeper Fred 35 seconds to get their 

-i first goal, which was also tha 

first scoring shot of the game. 
They got their second goal 23 
minutes and 35 seconds later, 
at 7.10 of the third quarter, 
then went scoreless in the last 
22 minutes and 50 seconds. 


Visitors Win Mixed Crown , Too 


PKNTKTON — Gary Rruce 
tossed a sparkling two-hitter 
here Saturday night as Dun¬ 
can all-stars captured the < . 
I.ittle League championship hy 
edging Vancouver Optimists 
S-l before more than l.tHtO 
fans. 

Brilliant clutch pitcMng hy 
Bruce nailed down the win. 


Yaita'nuver rallied in the sixth, 
and final. Inning to put two 
runners on with none out. 
Duncan second-baseman Alike 
Martin fielded a hard amasli 
to forte nut a runner at third 
and Brute came through to 
strikeout the final two hatters. 

Dunran overcame a 14 Van 
corner lead to score both 


runs In the second Inning. 
Gerry Taylor, who had walked, 
scored on an error, and Greg 
lidding followed up with a 
single, that accounted for the 
winning run. 

Duncan now meets an Al¬ 
berta team here Monday fnr 
the Western Canada cham¬ 
pionship. 


On* of several Vancouver Island lawn bowling titles 
that uere won by other than Victoria rinks was the 
mixed rink event, won by Sam Caffyn’* New West¬ 
minster foursome. Left to right, congratulating 


each other, are Mrs. D. Belshaw, Mr. Caffvn, Mrs. 
Caffyn and Mr. Murray. — (William A. Boucher 
photo.) 


★ ★ 


★ ★ ★ 


Only Two Titles Retained 
Victoria Lawn Bowlers 


City lawn bowler* found the 

going rough In the 32nd an 

niial Vancouver Island tourna¬ 
ment. a* visitor* swept all hut 
two of the major events in yes¬ 
terday's finals at the Beacon 
Hill Park greens. championship and the George 

Only locals to break into the Straith Cup by defeating Mrs. 
winners’ circle, other than in Caffyn. Mrs. D. Belshaw, Mrs. 
Consolation eventsT - were Hec J- M. Holme* and Mrs. J. L. 
tor Tapp of Victoria Lawn Prinalc. 2111. 

Bowling Huh, who took the Mixed rinks title went to Mr. 

men s singles title, and the Caffyn of New Westminster 

Dave Warner foursome of Ca- who defeated 'W. Little of 
nadlan Pacific, winners in the Vancouver 13-7. Mrs. S. Caf- j 
rinks competition. fvn, Mrs. D. Bellahaw and W. 

Tapp defeatM Jack Green. Murray completed the New; 

Westminster rink. 

Out-of-town entrants also] 
made a cleaiv sweep of the ! 
consolation events in the 
ladies’ competition*. Mr*. J. 
Foreman. Mrs. B. Littler. Mrs. 
G. Sutherland and Mrs. B. 


i 

In double* play for the W. A won the Bowden Cup hy dnw n- 
J. Wilson Cup. ing Walter Little. Jim Slight 

Mrs. D. L. Barr, Mrs. R. Bob Elliott and Rill Wallace of 
Batrarlnugh. Mrs. F. Atkinson Stanley Park. 29-16. 
and Mrs. S. J. Bennett of Ker Harry Manson and Frank 
risdale won the Island rinks 1 Atkinson of Kerrisdale defeat- 




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Dodgers Slide into Second 
ByTrimmingMilwaukee,4-2 


ed Tom Owen and S. Baxen-1 
dall of Victoria. 22-19. in con¬ 
solation doubles for the Walter 
Cross Rose Bowl. 


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ilsn of the Victoria riuh. 21-16. 

In the singles final to win the 
A. L. Urry Cup. Warner, Chris 
Landon. Herb Jones and Rill 
Gibson defeated clubmates Sam 
Bair Hairy Davis. George 

Asquith and Tommy Campbell. . . „ 

24 1.1 m rink, play to c.pturr ft™***"*. "T ? . V 

thr Fort flurry Cup. T J w P h F hnk. play with a 

Sam Caffyn and Bill Bennett 
of New Westminster took the 
other major men’s award, 
winning the F. S. Martin Cup 
and the Island doubles crown 
with a 23 17 win over Harry 
Davis of Canadian Pacific. 

Caffyn** wife. Dorothy, was 
not so fortunate. Mrs. Caffyn 


Swim Marks Fall 
At Record Pace 


Lo* Angelea Dodgers are 

convincing more baseball fans 
every day ihat they are in the 
National League pennant race 
to atay, and may, perhaps, be 
the team to beat. 

Yesterday, with a “ladies’ 
crowd of 90.751 on hand 
I 67.312 paid at the Coliseum, 
the Dodgers slipped back into 
second place and within a 
game of the lead with a 4-2 win 
o\er Milwaukee's delending- 
champion Braves. 

( Towering Don D r y s d a I e 
pitched a five-hitter for his 
15th win in 21 decisions and 
1 Duke Snider drove in two runs 
to lead the way. 

! Meanwhile. San Francisco’s 
leading Giants couldn’t get 
men on the bags to take ad* 
i vantage of their home-run 
| power and took a 9-6 lacing 
| from Cincinnati Reds, who got 
I their run* in the first four 

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Costs Car Sweep 


VANCOUVER tCPi - The 
record hresklng pace continued 
Saturday in the Rritish Colum¬ 
bia age group swimming cham- 


20-17 victory over Mr*. W. 
Chambers, Mrs. W. A. Rennet», 
Mrs. A. H. Craik and Mr.*. .T. 
Hazlett of New Westminster. 
Consolation winners in the 
doubles were Mr*. H. R White 
and Mi-s. E. Smith of T>nTiin- 
al. who defeated Mrs. L. W. 
McCready and Mrs. L. Hunter 
of North Vancouver. 20-18. 


atarted the day in all three Therf no consolation 

finals in the ladies' division, event in the singles. 


and was beaten in every event. 

Mrs. C. C. Donovan of Ter¬ 
minal downed Mr. t>ffyn, 
2113, in the ladies' singles to 
win the McMartin Tmph\. 
Mrs. A. Chambers and Mrs. L. 
Bennett defeated Mrs. D. 


Archie Findley of Victoi ia 
Wesi took two of the consola¬ 
tion events in men’s play. 

Findley edged Peter Barr of 
Canadian Pacific. 2120. in the 
singles consolation, and his 
rink -Findley. Bill Davidson. 


Belshaw and Mrs. Caffyn. 2013 George Almond and Boh Wood, 


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Paul Willey Recovers 
To Win Tennis Crown 


By BOB TRIMBKR 

VANCOUVER tCPl — Top 
•eeded Paul Willey of Vancou¬ 
ver. qvercoming an erratic 
service and ground game, 
roared from behind Saturday 
to blast hy Dale Rohland of 
Los Angeles in the men s 
singles final at the .53rd an 
nual western Canadian lawn 
tennis championships. 

Willey. 27. six time* Cana 
dian Davis Cup team raemher 
and ranked sixth this year m 
Canada, aubdued the 21 >ear 
old UCLA tennia team captain 
6-4. 6-8, 4 6. 6 3. 6-4 in a thiee 
hour battle 

He smashed through Roh 
land ■ serve in the fourth and 

Fraser Out 
At Semis 


10 th games to win the first | 
set and appeared on the way 
to an easy, straight-set victory. 

But for no apparent reason, 
he lost his entire game and 
repeatedly netted when he did 
move the lanky Californian out . 
of position.' 

Willey dropped the second 
and third sets hut after the 10- 
minute intermission it was ob¬ 
vious he had regained his 
form. 

Rohland came hack to team 
with Merwin Miller of f»asa 
rtena to whip the youthful 
California tandem of Steve 
Chandler of Beikley. and Dave 
Reed of Glendale in the men’s 
doubles. 44. 6-0, 6 3. 24. 6 3. 

| In the womens singles, 

, fourth seeded Patti Miller of 
Portland. Ore., trounced a ner- 
. vou* but game Shat on Whit- 
| taker of Victoria. B.C., 6 2. 6 4. 
Mis* Whittaker, unseoded in 
the tournament, was the only 
Mirpriae finalist in the week- 
OTTAWA >CP* — Players i°n* tourney.' 
tom Toronto and Montreal Miss Miller. 18. teamed with 


pionship* as Canadian or open 
marks were aet in 12 of tht 
final events. 

Record* were set In 15 of 
Friday's preliminary heats. 

Mary Stewart of Vancouver 
Dolphin Svviniming Club and 
Ken Campbell of Vancouver 
Amateur Swimming Club each 
set two new Canadian records. 

Miss Stewart set new marks 
in the girls 13 and 14 110- 
vard backsi.oke and butterfly 
events of 1.22.9 and 1.22.3 re¬ 
spectively. Campbell set new 
Canadian marks in the under 
10 boys’ 55yard freestyle and 
breaststroke events of 37.5 and 
51.3 respectively. 

Don and Pat Miles of Hawaii 
each took an open record. Don 
with a mark of 1.00.5 in the 
boys’ 15 and 16 110-yard free¬ 
style and Pat with a 1.19.1 
mark in the girls' 15 and 16 
lip-yard butterfly. 

Shirley Cazalet of Vancouver 
YWCA set ^ Canadian record 
of 47.5 in the girls* 10 and 
under 5,3yard backstroke. 

Vancouver Dolphin teams 
set Canadiarv records in the 
boys’ 11 and 12. girls' 10 aii|ri 
under, girls' 13 and 14 and 
gills' 11 and 12 220 vard relay 
events of 2.47.3. 3 00 2. 2.18*6 
and 2-28.3. respectively. 

Leann Johnson of Everett, 
Wash., set an open record of 
1.20.5 in the girK’ 15 and 14 
110 -yard backstroke event. 

The championships were be 
ing held for the second year 
following adoption of the age- 
cl , ... _ . , group system in place of jn *r 

Skelton »n<* J»me« Ba.deles „ n(1 j UN , ni |, competition. More 
of Vancouver teamed to win than .100 .w.mmer pamc,pateo. 

Vancouver Dolphin Club led 


Chlcftin __ 04 

Cleveland 94 

IkltlMn _ . M 

New York »3 

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Detroit 33 

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Wa»Mnttftn 44 

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San PYancthco — 93 

Lo* At.gile* _42 

Milwaukee 39 

PIM'burtfc -33 

Chtraio M 

St LouU S3 

Cincinnati _ — »1 

Philadelphia 44 


An error hy track officials 
cost Victoria • Dick Varley a 


Close Win 
lor Bays 


rhance for a clean sweep dur¬ 
ing Saturday night s weekly 
stock car ’races held at West¬ 
ern .Speedway, Officials sent 
| car* around nine laps instead 
; o. the usual eight during last 
: night's first heat and even at 
j this it was Varley who fin¬ 
ished first. But, flustering of- 
| ficials hastily gathered and 
I reversed the finish to the total 


CAUGHT EYE 

Bert Rertoia, playing as well 
as he has in any game this 
season, and rookie Boh MrKea 
caught this eye on a Victoria 
club which got solid perform¬ 
ances right down the line. 

Both scored a goal and both 
turned in sound checking dis¬ 
plays with McKee winning tha 
plaudits of the 150 or more 
Victoria fans on hand when ha 
did a great*job of killing off 
a penalty to Rertoia In tha 
! fourth quarter while the score 
was 42 and the game still 
hanging in the balance. 

Others who earned mention 
were goalkeeper Geordle 
Johnston, who held his club up 
in that had third quarter wiK 
sparkling saves against Ross 
Roskamp. John Ferguson and 
Skip MacKey when the Rocks 
were desperately protecting a 
3-2 lead, and Ron Jay. who 
scored the last two goals of 
the game. 

After Ed McDonald had 
given Lahatts the lead. Jackie 
Wilson pulled the Rocks even 
with q sizzling long shot Just 
over a minute later. 

Rertoia. grabbing a loose 
hall at centre floor and cutting 
between two checkers while 
Jay was serving a penalty, and 
McKee, on a pass from Wil¬ 
son. scored in the second 
quarter to give the Rocks a 
3-2 lead for the last half. 

("limbing over Derry Davies 
and letting go with a one- 
j handed shot for the prettiest 
j goal or the game. Ferguson 
I got lahatts hack into the game 
at 11.03 of the third quarter. 
But Jay sewed it up in tha 
' final 15 minutes. 

ORKD AH FELL 

He took a pass from Sever¬ 
son while Roskamp vys off 
for the 4 2 goal, then took a 
pass from Jim Mckeill—It 
was credited to Severson—at 
full sf*ecd and scored Just aa 
he fell to get the insurance 
goal. 

Play was much rougher 
than the 32minufe penalty 
would Indicate With 


innings, the last three on 
Frank Thomas’ sixth home 
run. 

Orlando Operta. Felipe Alou. 
Willie McCovey and Willie 
Kirkland all hit home runs for 
the losers, hut the trouble was 
there was no one on the hags 
for any of them. 

Stap Mu vial helped St. Louis 
Cardinals win the first of two 
one-run decisions over Phila¬ 
delphia Phils. Ha-drove in two 
runs with his 11th homer, then 
singled and scored the tie 
breaker in a 4-3 verdict. 

In the second game, which 
went 11 innings, back-to-back 
doubles by Rill White and Ken 
Boyer resulted in a 5 4 victory. 
Both Chicago White Sox and 


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Flee C • _ 4 9 3 22 

19 4* 

Oak Bay. heading the tables 
\n the Victoria and District 
Cricket Association, barely 
heat the lowly Five Cs yester- 
tlav at Beacon Hill Park to hold 
its lead over second place In¬ 
cogs. 

With Gerry Rteckon putting 
on 49 run*. Five C* managed 
78 runs hefora its last wicket 
fell, then just missed., inline 
wickets wet e-down before Oak 
Bay got the needed 79 runs for 
a one-wicket victory. 

Incogs had an easy time with 
Covvichan at University School 
grounds, winning hy seven 
wickets. Michael Shanks took 


eighth lap giving Nanaimo's 
Bob Clark the event. 

However, Varley did win the 
time trials, trophy dash and 
the night’s main event in the 
required laps. Varley had to 
overcome early leads by Doug 
Rose. Dave Cooper and Al 
Smith in the main event. 

Time Tnatft 1 Dt«* V*rle> 

Ti»phv |M*h i Dn-k Vnrle.>, 3. Boh 
Clark 3 At Smith 
Mm Heat I. Roh Clark; X. Dirk 
Vafte>; 3 l>>u* IWr!! 

S*i<*nd Hea' t. Red Burke, 2 Hairy 
RntoerU 3 Rill Temple 
Tlnrd Heat 1. Hud Hopten*. 7. fcio*- 
tenuk 3 I * 00 * Rn«e 

Fourth Heat 1. Dai* MarLelland. 3. 
Gil PhiJardt. 3 Oncar Tkytor 
Ape. 1*1 R*r*-1 Phtl Hendn 

Main K.ven’ 1 Du* Vart#>. 2. Bob 
Clark 3 Al Smith 

Boxla Playoffs 
Resume Tuesday 


the men's veterans singles 
title with a 7 5. 5 7. 7 5 win 
over Ed Kemble of Vancou¬ 
ver and Jim Skelton of Van¬ 
couver won the men's junior 
veterans crown with a con¬ 
vincing 6-4. 6-0 victory' over 
Dr. Peter B^ll Irving, also of 
Vancouver. 


Senior “B" Lacrosae league 
playoff series. Jokers lead the 
series 10. 


the men s junior veterans 
doubles over Kemble and Ellis 
Willismson of Eureka. 6-0. 
6-3. Dave Duff of Vancouver 
and Huber Graeher of San 
Francisco, took the men * 
senior veterans’ double* with 
a 6 3. 44. 6-4 win over Kemble 
and Bardsley. 

Brothers 
In Final 

QUEBEC Boh Bedard of 
Sherbiooke, Que.. and To¬ 
ronto’s Don Fontana remain 


the team standings with 363 
points. Vancouver Amateur 
was second with 306; Portland. 
Ore., Aero third with 154 and 
Victoria YM • YWCA fourth 
with 116. 

D. McFarlane of Victoria Y 
won the boys 11 and 12 35-yard 
breaststroke and the Victoria 
Y team won the girls 15 and 16 
ItO-vard freestyle relay. The 
Victoria Y team was second 
in the women’s open 440-yard 
mejdley relay. 


Jokers and Foul Bay Tug- 
... . men meet Tuesday at 6.30 

..—. live Wicket. lor IS run. «« p fn . „ Sievenmn Park in the 

Cleveland Indians were rained U«w1chan was all out *J ,h second game of a best-of three 

out in ihe American League 33 runs on the board. With 
and attention wan focused on Keg Wenman .scoring 21 runs. 

New York, where 52.888 fans Incogs got the necessary 34 
turned out for the annual Old- run * f° r ,h * 1°** °* on, y 
wickets. 

Don Hughes of Albions 
piobabiy turned in the stand¬ 
out individual performance of 
the day in a 43-run win over 
Alcos at Windsor Park. 

He contributed 30 run* to 
Albion*’ total of 72. then -gdt 
eight wickets for nine runs as 
the Albion attack disposed of 
Alcos for only 29 runs. 


referees Ernie Dickinson and 
Sid Greenwood turning in ono 
of the most inconsistent exhi¬ 
bitions of refereeing In a sea- 
son again featured by woeful 
officiating, the game was 
almost always out of control. 

However, there was only 
one fight, Rocks’ Tom Eng¬ 
lish convincing the 1.945 fans, 
that Roskamp wasn't very 
smart when he picked the 
husky rookie for an opponent. 

NAN4IMO YKTOBIA 


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Markin 

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White 
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Gonrt 
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SroM 


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timers' Game, which featured 
64 former stars of the Yankees 
and the teams they have met 
in wx>rld series play. 

The Yanks made it a gala 
day as Bob Turley returned to 
form to blank Kansas City 
Athletics. 3-0. with a four-hitter 
which featured 10 strikeout** 

In the othei game. Detroit's 
Frank Lary had a 3-0 lead wijh 
two out in the ninth and could i 
not win. Red Sox suddenly j 
erupted for three run*, the last l 
two on a single hy rookie 
Pumpsie Green, to tie the 
score." Gary Geiger then won 
It for Boston with a 10th- 
inning home run. the defeat 
going to relief-pitcher Pete 
BurfiUdar 


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RACES 


OFFICIAL GO-KART RACES 

TODAY 2 P.M. 

Iirii.*f*l Ur Ik. tiMilf 

e n»»i» ftr*«* 4 * e < »*>»— » — 

NICK’S ISI.ANI) VIEW BEACH _ 

Tticr.a.na mi --nit p.i ■>(,..! 


Hot Battle 
For Top Spot 


W L M GBL 


PCL Baseball 


; Royals Reach 
Soccer Final 


Salurday won four of six Val Williamson of Eureka, to (' an ada’s only hope for a 
singles titles when tHe closed »‘n the women * doubles over t , t ^ in th# Canadian tennis 
Canadian junior tennis cham yeterah Vancouver com championship* being played 
pionshlps ended here. b.nation of Grace Leader and ner t r.,ha s 

Sixteen • year - old Veronlca ’Cynthia Nowlan. 6^ 6-2 Orlando Gamdo and Ecuador s 
Holdup of Toronto captured Second-seeded Reed took the tjivM rdo Zuleta today i n the 
the junior women s singles junior men s singles from top doubles final 
with a 9-7. 6-3 victory over Ot-, *«Hled Bill Higgi* of Sacra Bedard and Fontana entered 
mento. In straight sets. 6-2. 6-2. : h e final by defeating Reynal- 
Th. »umor wnm.n > final »,nt, rfn CJ.rnrtn of Cuh. ,nd An- 
to Jun. Hurt, of S.n Lwndro. tonto P.I.fox of M.xlco, .1*. 

C * n ‘"«l *-«»><• 9 7 in* and fid m Saturt*) i touvor H.loroa 

Mary Shera^ of aemt rtnal. The Royals two-pronged at 

Cuban brothers Orlando and tark of Art Hughes and Mike 
Reynaldo Gamdo will meet in Kucn again proved effective 


tawa t Pat Ryan. 

Tom Bell. 18. of Montreal, 
•rored with many fine loba to 
defeat Don Curtis of Toronto 
34. 63 84 7 5 in a 2>t hour 
Junior men s final. Bell de^ 
lasted Victoria's John Fraser, 
44, 6-2, 6-4 in the semi final. 


VANCOUVER <CP> — De- 
fending champion West¬ 
minster Royals moved Jnt© 
the B-C. finals of the Domin¬ 
ion cup soccer playoff Satur 
day nighf with a convincing 
5-0 semf-ftna) win over Van 


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MU l.*ke City 1#M! 
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merm*n Pafilimni 
Salt Lake City We«erOel4 


Fftf*« __ 

Cazlet . 1* 14 W9 tft 

Wak»man TtIitiM# 14 t« 4JT 4 » 

Naval Vau ; U 39 399 tv* 

Pages and Eagles continued 
their red-hot battle for the 
Senior Amateur Baseball 
League pe’nnant as both clubs , 
gained victories during Satur- i 
day's doubloheader at Royal 
Athletic Park. 

A two-run fifth-inning douhif 
bv Gary Bishop had given 
Eagles a T2 win over Wake 
3s *5ft^2 4 ft ’ man Trimble in the after noon 


Pc« OKI. 
51A - 

fit — 

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V.S.I.A.A. 


Junior Salmon Derby 


AI GL8T *S, IMt 


lft an4 Zim- 


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Greene Mi<~ketftOR <7*. (fta«to 
Dair; Mala*. Marnti «ti aM Sevan 


am am n«ft_; 7 

ftftft «I 4 • 


Yakima Wash . in a hard bat 
tie. 62. 34. 6-4. __ 

Md Drang, *1 Smiu, took, UtV m«n , tlnglM fmdal" 


in tha victory. 


San DiegO 
Sfwkft.n* 

Wert# Wnjey anft J'met ( 

anft RarragMi. 

Phnem* MS "U m~* 

Pwtlan4 IftI «W "SR- 2 

Renfro* anft MrCarftcL. ftermaa 
‘ Mum d> aai Toma>. 


Five hours later Eagles were; 
back in second spot after 
• 1 Psgea turned bark Naval Vet* 

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Wakeman-TriroM* «en ftftl ftlft—3 I X 
tirn iftoftxtotfN x a « 


_ mi boat __ 

1 Sarr >. Mermaa. Sieve BtaM* <4i anft 
** Jim JftnrMj 

Naval Vets « W w 4 ft 1 

-ft Pajro 1» 2ftk -9 t 4 

J H-ero Garoje Uv 9 anft 

lc- Sam Smile- Fa. Seek. BUI GarnftV 
i (•> anft Kara 0 XftSL 


OFFICIAL ENTRY FORM 


Name_____ 

Address_ _ _______—— 

Fill in this form and present it to any sporting goods 
store m Victoria, or commercial boathouse on Saanich 
Inlet. NOT LATER THAN 5.30 P M SATURDAY. AUG. 
15. Derby Ticket will be given in exchange for this form. 
Contestants will be requited to make own arrangements 
for transportation, boats and tackle. Please indicate with 
X below locality from which you will be fishing. 

aOLDITREAM □ BRENTWOOD □ DEER COVE □ 

Age Limit 16 Years and Under * 


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King Fisherman Contest 

South Island 
Besf Yet for 

Southern Vancouver Island anglers have come Into their own at last after 
reading about fine salmon catches in Up-Island waters for most of the summer. 

From • Ter Mile Point to I “ “ i " 

Sooke, In (owtchan Bay and Contest between William Head i 
Saanich Inlet, fUhing is now and sooke Harbor, 
at its bert of thr year. John Mbin of S ooke 

Waters off Victoria have . . , , __ 

Improved immeasurably dur ,h * Ur * M " * 17 

pound. 10-ounce lunker which 
he boated off Sooke Harbor 
on a Strip-Teaser Tom Cow¬ 
ard. also using a Strip-Teaser, 
scored with a 34 'g-pounder off 


llatlg ffdlmriat Vktoih, I.C., W, A. ( *. lttt 1J, 


in|. the past few days and per 
haps the hotte.,* spot at the 
moment Is the area between 
Weir's Beach and Race Rocks. 

C.erry Ham at Weir's Beach 
reported yesterday that fish 
ing wa* the best of the year. 
Anglers are getting enough 
big springs to make things 
doubly interesting, there is a 
good concentration of coho 
and large numbers of hump¬ 
back salmon 


OulMfcl. SIM tiquitii is 
Weir i Beach. UifiMi Teaser 
Brlaa State Longford Sft »or lag. 
william Head Stria-Teaser 
Terry Csaey MS Ooree M W • • 
coh«. William Head MinnowTeaser 
R B. M< Donald. 1)11 F»dl*y*o.i II 
• setae Weir’s leach Minnos Teootr. 

Bid Wes 3SJ* B.lmont 5 I sortu. 
William Head fti rig-Teaser 

W L Fane. 134 W Andrews ft I* 
coho William Head Lurks Louie olut 
O fthlnlev MM Foul Bar Rd ft • 
coho X 2 srtrine. Wllliaai Head. Strip 
Teaser 

JUAN DR FUC’A AUTO 

Sooke Harbor. Fourteen c'OURT. SOOKE 
year Brian Harvev and R. M. rred Petersen, wiisee t^ndtsi: 

t, . . .. . .. 11 ( 15 I. 15 4 aprtlies II 4 7 4 ratio. 

Fenlon boated 3.7 and 32\- otter Foist amp Teaser 

f f Jack Seedhouee 1*7 Darwin 11 II. 
011 IIS 7 14 110 I 14. 7 4 111 springs 
Oner Poioi Minnow Teaser 

Harrlld Offer. 1111 Holtaln IS 

ju.l »» ««*!. ptihapt »«.*«!«^Jg»5i,“Kr.*%WSie 
better, off Otter Point, where cnier pwai atrip Teaaw 
most of the anglers out are “ ° 

Humpies. incidentaUy. may holders of commercial licenses, gKOC EKY. 

he entered in the Daily Jack Seedhouse. however, had mujve*H IJtNDING 

five limits last week-* In as ‘ JO h B n,ibm aooke 37 11 sprmg. 
many trips. He didn't get any M^F^^Ro.d u«« 

thing bigger than 25 pounds sprint • •• toho Sooke Harbor 

bu. hi; etch included two ^ MAB1 *A, 


pounders, respectively, 
William Head. 

It'i 



Ontario Team Champ; 
Jitters Finish Junior 

TORONTO—Ontario took most of the honors but 
a 15-vear-old Vancouver girl who developed a bad dose lu ' 4 ' m __ ==== 


Colonist King Fisherman Con 
test as spring salmon. 

The last few days have pro^ 
duced at least four 30-pound 
ers for the King Fisherman 



Msrshsl R ad 11 3 

:tpii Sirlp-Tessrr 

Saanli Mon 14 11 spring. 

• 2 coho. 


MDNR1 

C. Whipple 

sprint Sidney 
F Korimyer 

her Island. Lurky Looc plug 
Helena Br>n-Jifiev Sidne' 

C»4e I aland. SiripTeaser 

Mars Lnugheed >1X5 Upland* R.wd. 
IS coho. Kail Point. Tom Mark sp..*i 

i WEIJIVY POINT, 

SALT SPRING I8I-AND 

I David Kerr*. Calgary 11 I spring 
I Active Puas *trlo-Te*ser 

Toby Kerr* Calaarj 1 11 eoho. Ac 
ttrr Fa- Tom Mack *opon 
ANC HOR MARINA. 
COWKHAN RAY 

y Her key Cowrtchaa M U spnnc 
C«wichin Bay herring. 

f7ll Manning. Dwwan; 14 II apring 
Co* uhan Ray herrtng 
Torn Carmichael. Duncan. 2>:ft *prtrui 
R*v herring . 

5bed lift optin* 


For Biggest Coho 


A three-horsepower Vikinc outboard motor, offered 
by the T. Eaton Co. Ltd., will go to the Colonist 
subscriber entering the largest coho salmon in the 
Daily Colonist King Fisherman Contest. Winner 
could also \yin one of the handsome King Fisher¬ 
man Trophies the largest coho entered is caught 
by a non-resident, a duplicate trophy will be given 
to a resident (Vancouver Island and the (iulf 
Islands) who enters the largest coho. Leading in the 
‘'coho division at the moment is R. H. I^app of 1325 
Lang, who entered a 16-pounder, caught off William 
Head, at Weir’s Beach. 


M.7. 


33 « spring 


Boh -- — - 

Cnwtrhan Bay SiripTeaser 
Lorn* Manning. ft*— 

Cmwirhan Bay. herring 
Mrvr Wnftnakyn. Dunran; 1* 2 •pnn*. 
Cuwirtwn Bay. herring 
Jack James S4« Ha*inn 14 B spring 
C.-wKhan Ba> Strip-Teaser 

Ml** D Jagger Duncan 22 4. 
spring*. Strip-Teaser 

Ron Campbell. Dun* on; 27 2 »|»ring 
High'.ner plug 
Rep Van Shaik Human 
14 f spring* hami g 
Ver* Jone*. Human 
Huhliner plug. 

I Daw r.vana. Shake*jxeare 211 apnng. 
Strip-Teaser 

PEC K’S STORF. 

CXJWirHAN BAY 

W k Ingham rhiman. 1* 11 apring. 
Cewk-han Bay. herring 
I Mr*. S Hegltn CobWe Hill. * spring 
C< ww han Rs» Wallace Highllner plug 
I Lnren Hecim 11X2 View IX: 14 spring 
I C« wtrhan Bay Wallare Highllner plug 
Neve Gltlis Cowlrhan Ba> 25:11. !• 2 
spring* Cnwk-han Bay herring 


I G. W 


Cnwlrhar Ha' herring 

| Rnh Bell tAim an IX 0 spring. C«s» 

( Irhar Bay herring. 

I Dirk Bereslnrd. Seallle. 23 * spring, 
i C* wichan Hav herring. 

Jim BomP.rd Duman; 17:» spring 
C'M'ir-han Bay. herring t 

(OWMIIAN RAY ROAT 
RENTALS 

i;<irt1on Will Dwru; It t apring her 

' rlar 

w B Plumha. Vaa Nuvs. Calif; 31 * 
anrlna 

Campbell River. 25:1 
Cowrie han Ray: Ml 
rth. Cowwhan Ray. 35:1 
2111 

herring 

Vkrnpa. Duncan* M O. 24:1 apnnga. 


Nine-Pound Coho 
Miss July Crests 


of jitters and bleu an almost-certain title spot stole the 
spotlight as the two-day, all Canadian ladies’ golf show 
ended Saturday evening. 1 
Ontario took two of the »*"”■ <™.rw».A <••> 

umanu wo o* ine Mr , QwrM NarsaalUi Vietorta M M 

three championships at stake -i«g. xA*m fm*uu. viacwm. ts-M 
— the senior ladies’ learn match zJS Sal^K^a h Llt^^VkSrw 
and the junior individual title, m -* 1 17f 
while B.C. won the junior team saskatcmkwam «mi> 

' maIch Yorklon. gl-gl-lM. 

maicn * Mr. » Turnbull, iaakainon •* « 

... ... . .. 171 Mr* Oerry Too* P-iaca Albert, 

I It should have been the other gi-gs m Joann* oouMt. lUgina. 

way around. Gayle Hitchens M * r * ,T# 
of Vancouver had the junior Manitoba imi 
championship all but sewed up. 
then three putted from 30 feet 
. ori the last green and lost it 
| to defending • champion Gall 
I Harvey of Toronto on the firtt 
extra hole. 

TOO MUCH PRESK1RE 

Just before Miss Hitchens 
reached the last green a friend Mary" Boyd 
• in the gallery told her she 
j could win with two putts and 
the pressure was too much for 
the slight West Coast miss. 

Miss Hitchens and Miss Har¬ 
vey tied for the lead with 36 
hole scores of 155. Third was 
shared hy Suzanne Foulds. 19 
year old B C. junior champion. 

Mary Darling of Montreal and 
Pat Kiggins of Yorkton. AH 
had 169. 

However. Miss Hitchens and 
Jo Ann Percy, also of Vancou¬ 
ver. teamed to win the junior 
tram match with a combined 
36 hole het si-ore of .316. just 
one stroke below Ontario’s 
total. 


Margaret kicctn* Wtnulpcg. M Ki 
-l*» Mr* Len Collrti. Wmnpeg 
*'-?• 170 Mr* .lo* T* han. Winnipeg 
M-M 17C. Mr* W 8 Eriey. Winnipeg 

UM IT* 

xrw *irx<wi(k *7M» 

Mary EIMn Driscoll Setnt John 
iS-(* 173 Calrm* WUson Si «n 
drew*. MM 17* Charlene Hallvc. 
Frrdrr4ctor, •* *1 1*0 Mr* C. Sisir 

Oordon. St Andrew* 111*1 Ml 

NOVA SCOTIA <7441 

lohnes l unerburg. as M 14* 
Antigonuh. »!-»>- IM 


LOW 
COST 
AUTO 

GILLESPIE, MART 
A CO. (1958) LTD. 

Insurance Agents 
and Brokers 
114 Yarrow RolMIng 
6iA Fort EV4 I1RI 


AI.L-ONT ARK) 

When it came to the senior 
team championship, it was 
Ontario all the way with Mar 
lene Stewart Streit leading the 
way. Mrs. Streit added a 77 to 
her 73 of Friday for a 36-hole 
total of 150. Only the former 

Although experienced fish from weigh in stations between R^ty stanhope. Mrs. C. A. 
ermen are agreed that coho Comox and Kelsey Bay. south p 0 |^ of Edmonton, was close, 

salmon caught last month In Island silveis accounted for sj^e shot successive 77s for 

eluded an unusually large num exactly half the 26 crests bon two over par. 
hrr to r July^ of «sh un<1cr last mornh. Ontario-, Ifi holo total was 

the five pound minimum re Twenty five<*rests are award , ct; «tmke* better 

quired in the Daily Colonist ed monthly for the largest fish than fh# * «71 posted by runner 
King Fisherman Contest, it i n each of the Contest's five un A [^ r ,. ^ 
still took more than nine divisions ~ coho, spring and P 
pounds of fish to win one of tyoe salmon, trout and small R.C. FOURTH 
the July coho crests. mouth black bass. .With two Q l!( *hec was third with 676 

This, of course, was to be anglers tying for the 25th an(1 Bc - fourth with 666. The 

1110 e *P PCt * d inashfiuch as last crest with coho weighing nine BC team , mpr0 vsHi Saturday. 

M.rtt Cmv.rhen R«s s< • spring month pi^^odured a record entry poumjk. one ounce, an extra ru tij ne eight strokes off its 


of .3.361 coho. And while the crest was awarded. 


score for the first 18 holes, but 


F.«rl SersiAt. 

•prtng herrkia. 

l>»lf Holman, 
spring, honing- 
Gordon Wads** 1 
■pring herring 
David Jarkann. North Vanrou\er 


hulk of the coho entrU* came Anglers may win only one whi | r m0 ving up a notch into 

- — L j ourth S pot. lost more ground 


Puniab U. 
And Timers 
Step Ahead 


crest in each division each 
year and there is a special \ Q |h# ~ *i r0 ng Ontario team, 
prize of $25 cash for the first 
angler to win five crest*. Sev 
eral won two during the first 
months of the Contest and it 
is expected that when all July 


Shirley Fry Naysmith of 
Victoria led BC with sucres 
sive 81s but her 36 hole total 
of 166 was higher than any 


Reason To Smile 

There’* a hit of irony behind smile on face of Tom 
Coward, Parry Rd.. as he admires his 34* .-pound 
spring salmon caught Friday morning at the en¬ 
trance to Sooke Harbour. He was in .John Bailey's 
boat “Eloise,” the one in which Jim Bailey. John’s 
father, caught biggest spring entered in Daily 
Colonist’s King Fisherman contest—a 41 1 -pounder. 
Son John still has to weigh in a lunker this year.— 
(Colonist photo.) 


14 I 


kerrtng 
T lsreAi 
spring. Slrip-Tee**! 

RI CKY'S 8PORTSHOP, 
DUNCAN 

Ken Curl. ITuwen; 215 spring. 

; Irhen R*>. herring 

John B*7*tt Dunren 34 7. 
spiing* Co**iihen Re*, herring. 

ORDANO-S BOATHOUSE, 
lOWM HAN BAY 

BnA Ssmger. New Wetlminster. 2S 4 
epnng ( •wlrhnn Bey. herring 
.1 fVirviNue. Cherry Fnint. 27:4 spring. 
»»rn*Te*«er 

Wintern Vender Ameir.n Soever Cove; 
5:* spring. Bottoms t'p spoon. 

THE DOLPHINS. 

CAMPBELL RIVER 

Nuffmen. Siorkto Celif : 4k < 


both Victoria’s Punjab 
United and Saanich Tiger* 

Lampsnn. i» i arp rX p^ ted to wrap respec¬ 
tive bantam and midget two- 
game. total-goal Vanc-ouver Is¬ 
land minor lacrosse playoff 
series today at Stevenson 
Park. 

The local clubs opened post 
season play last night at Na 
naimo and both walked off 
with onesided wins. Punjab gfj* p»»s enter. 
United rolled to a 12-4 win 1 u 
over Nanaimo while Saanich, 
beaten only once in two sea¬ 
son*. walloped Nanaimo 14-1. 

Punlnb United— Nlrmnl Dillon 


crest winner* are announced Ontario player pos ed. 
there will be several w-ith three 
crests to their credit. 

Leading the Contest'* coho 
division at the moment is R. H. 
l^pp of 1325 Lang, who en 
tered a 16-pounder he caught 
off William Hoad at WeirC^Vrf JS^TSK^n'S. 
Beach. IM. Mr* D. C Drrk. Bdmniuon 

173. June Jemison Idmorton 


ONTARIO (Wl 
Mm M or lene Btevtrt atrelt. Toronto 
73-77 1X« tJWi *'•«»•. Do*rn»vl»w. «2 

7g 160 Gsil Herter. Toronto. 77-M 
1*1 Mrs H K JUmstrong. Weston 
•5-7* IM 

Al.M.BTA tin 


July coho crest winners:. a? m-it* ' 


Salmon pedder bay marina 

I W Dr.hm* 3474 Melrhosm 241,11 spring 
I 5 3 rohrv |*e<Mer Boy. Strip-Teaser 


OAK BAY BOATHOUSE 

Thrfcer HW4 /Xtver 34 12 sprtng 


Chat bom Island Minnow T*n«*t 

Ron Wngto 21» Nni 23 * M>nng. ! 
I * rrthn ank Strip-Teoeei 


• :V 7 1 springs. Ti*n Mo. k 
Aon Mhi-heC l.sk» Arr.-wneoa. 
Celif; 11 2. 9 7 1:1 springs * • mho. 


Krert W>b». I9g Burnside !»:« ^nng 
r 10 »*dm P<-d<ier R*v Minnow Tee*rr 
Jim Esler «M Aiklna: 11 • spring 
Cedder Bay. Strip Tenorr 

Smith 1911 SIM boll Ihw.l 23 0 Mike Ramsav V’anrouvrr Wash 5 4 
•p ing Trial Island. Tnm Mark spoon *prmg Crddrr Rav Mmnaw Teaser T en Mark sprsm. 

Dmnv Thomp*«*n fT7 Si Pslrdk , Briar Mvr - k Ook'and 5 0 mho. I <i*r> Sir-ene Kelsey Bay. 9*. 

11-3 «pring II. II rnhn. Trial Island Crdder Inlet. Minramr-Tenarr 
Strip Teaser ^ Wntenn. 3332 Wnrdaworth 7:4 mhn ; 

R f lemon TIM Cerdral 110. 7:0. **"*<"■ herring 

• 0 g 4 spring* Trial Ialand. Minnow * Murlnnd 1M0 Tsnnton Road 4* 

Teaser r,, h ,v tedder Roy. Strip-Teaser 

Mr* Louis Ralnr Near Orleans. Ij» _ K Jobn*-^ 2990 Leigh Rood, * 4 mhn. 

Sis** »• t "*' ^r h ^ w "7S£2r r n n v. ; .. 

J ~* *—• R "-* "w , „ 

mho. Redder Ha* FST spnon 
A Tuner M94 Wishori R«»d 7 * mdw* 

Redder Inter Minnow Teoaer 
CJ«tdnn Hemstreet Rnrkv Point R.wd 
5 4 ca ho Beer her B* Minium Teaser. 

R Comean MR Kerr 0 14 eoho Pedder 
Ba Mmnonr Tease* 

Maui ire Orrard. 729 Wilson. 7 4 spring 
l*r a Sqmd ph« 

• # mhn. red- 


.... *~r IW n*. WUiee. J..JW- ,j,. 

Ill IJIS SHOK SK NL, B.rt, , 1 .h.rfl,.- T-t Dhlll-r rh.r, 

rum i iti'i -k DhUlon Oar* Loudoun Total 13 

L Hr..tIAIM N Nanaimo - Wsvne strain i><. Waller 

BUI Jarkson Chemalnus. 1* 13 spring Addison Total 4 

Bsie Point. Highliner plug - — — 

J Miller. Chemainus. 17 14 spring. 

Bare Point. StripTeaser. 

SALMON RIVER 
BOAT RENTAL 


1 R H Lapp 1335 Long 14 n 
caught off William Hood on a Binr 
Teaser, entered nt Weir s Beech 
3 Keith Fenntrk. 353* Work 14 0 
cairrht off Ten Mile Point on • Btrip- 
Teeser entered at Oak Bor Bootha**** 
% Oorr atromiM. Kriser Bor 13 1 
caught off Mkess Riser on a Ret 
Batme n River 


Johnnie Janndreo 1043 Canlville 
Rood IM. caught off Otter Point «n 
a Btrip-Trsser entered at Juan De 
Fur* Aula Court 

5- Mike Mirhein.ii UM Aurnr* 
Beattie. Wash 13d. caught In Brown • 
Bar an a herring, entered at Adam t 


Qtrsfc mil 

Judy Darling Montreal *3 7* 

Janet M Whs »: Lambert. Kl-7* 

Mr> H L Mu»»el» Montreal H2-«7 

10*. Mrs Frank Hefferman. Montreal 

Ft-M 1*5 


Mrs lami 
113. caught In 
-Teaser. 


Minnow-' 


Roam 771 Mocklev 
Saanich Inlet on s 
entered at Rail * 


Raeing [Sen s 
On Page 8 


Saanich Tigers — Don McNeill <7». 
Ken Alexander <1 Jim Davidson <H. 

C ank AUvonder Wsvne Cannon BUI 

aiton Total-14 

_ _ • Nanaimo- Larry Combo Total—I 

(murgg MrCrath, Vanrnuver 4 A coho. SI M»4V _ 

------ - -- 1 pm Vtrturio All Siara va Nanaimo 

first of Itssvgame total puni Vancouver 


ver Island peesee* final 
4 pm Punjah rmted va Nor 
se.emd of tsnvgamr in'al pmnt Vi 


7 4 oho Pedder lain _ 
“ Parkmsdn 5 Bovd 


der Bay. _ 

tJ* Aik ms Fl'tod *4 rsdm 
Peddi - Bax Mmmw-Tenser 

T Htidst.m MX Niagara. 3 • apring 
Peddr- Bax. St-to-Teaser 
J M, l^xd. 299 Jasiand 4 4 *vdm. 

Slrip-Tea.ier 

°«*>me MMchwtn X 4. I t mhn 
Pedder fto' Minnow Teaser 


17 9 spring Dlsrmerx Island. Strip 

Tenser 

l-mils Rame New Orleans La 9 A 
•fxr ing 5 A 3 1 coho. Trial Island. Strip 

J Ken wood UIA Aidruhfe 17: S 
spring Tai Mile P am St <ip Tenser 

Mary Sue Crowell. South Pasadena 

Calif 4 « spong. Oak Rav Strip 
Tenser 

Ken Mar* igun Burion. 4 « spring 
Ten Mile Pulnt. SlrlpTenoer 

Brucp .rpxmhle >44B Cm'-al II 
*l*rtng. 9 12 7 A coho TrUU Island 

Plug 

H Nelson T74A Caeev Drive: 5 A 

Spring Piddle Reef Mmow Teaser 
Harry Llftnn 1 t4t) ChOstmar 4 12 
apnng Oak Bax SirioTeeeer 

R Sotlrl 34a Mxchtgnn M mh* 

Tn$! NtBnil HHn ^ BKACH, 

Dirk Pilling 1749 rttandlet • A 7 « METCHOSIV 

mlvx. Discover \ Island Strip Tenner • ■ a nswag.-N 

Tom Miles 4X9 RWhmond 7*g mhn. W«hv Sh'ptex yrj* Foul Rav ?4 1A 
Div-oserx Island Strip Teuaer eprin* Wiliam Head SttipTeaser 

W’ilf Hal.it 121X |,«xeklex Rnod: » 1 David Falrrlough. 737 Xftddleton 77 • 

mho. Trial Island StnpTeaser •Wilt* William Head Slrlp-Teaser 

Bert White TOM Orchard; 7:gi Kg. I R M Feoion. «t» MrNanBht<>n: 33 12 

l « .-oho Oak Bax Strip Tsnaer Wtlham Rend Mmnmr Tmser 

John Clark 314 Kamloops I A mho. Net>x*m. <4A Thmodm 35 « spring 

Trial Island StpipTeaser , »rtpTenor- 

James Irve Calgarx 5 0 mhn Ten ^ " * 151 

Ml'e Coin! Msnchv K.x,dii spoon SfipTeaser 

A M. Whlrter 1XXA Siafnn; I I mho. .»;**e Bd 12 4 nprmg 

Ten Mile D>lnt Mmo.*» Tenner ^ Tmaer 

oi — 1 • " ^ L.?i: 

rviut KHkfMiirM. U* Trwmit Rom* w!?V nS * K 14 ^ 

? * mhn Trial UUmI -i,.- 

r McDnugnli WM ftelnvxnl; I t 5 7. nUnSl? 

« A »:« mho Trial Mand MrW-Teaaer J DrUi UR uXZ I t ^ 

* *SZlS2£ r 7 4 11 i W n r * % 7tn*viw Teaser 

M.yJ'VnZrru*: % U mhn. ' 

Trial (stand StnivTeaaer o OsterltN R ITt 

Al Re>rv>ldB 7H Trmn«lt Rntd. 7 •. coho Strtn-Tr^ 

7 7 7 I mho. Trial Island. Strip Ethel F1»nn. 

Teooer Mbs Btrlo-Ti 

R Puke Taut 2TW Tnul Rav R.«d: I - ' 

3. A spring Trial Island. Mmn 


„ inga. 13:1 r<ta Res Field plug 
Dint Harding. Kelsey Ray. in X 4 
springs 5 1 mho. Tam Mark sp-->n 
BM-hnrd Hart. Ketaey Bag. IB 1 5 13 

spring*. 7:0 coho. MrKnight spion. 

FERN DELI. COURT, 

CAMPBELL RIVER 

Jim Hslph Campbell River 34 13 _ _ Bl__ 

tyee Bnflrr's P"int. SIri^Teaser Tl FJO»41f ILH A«allies Ladysmith; • 13. 

W Writsef.-fi oh* Verdict 31 * 19 0 •» * ■» FVesome .dtvtahm Saan.rh csurhl off Cnfftn Island on a Torn 

spring Hig Rork Slrlp-Teaser Tigers vs Vk-trjna v . Jfack spoon, entered at Dyee’s Wioe 

A Deal FI Paso Texas J> U 19:1 *» 9 .J5. 

5*9 coho. Butler s Point. | 


MONDAY 

‘am Midget diviamn: 
antch Farmers 

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Farmers va James Bay 

T1 FMDAY 
IH _ • 


7—M Admass •!• Ballon II* 
enurht off Otter Pwlri «n a Minnow 
Teaser, entered at Juan De Fucs Auto 
Court 

• Clarence Jobe 1X13 Berkeley 
Stockton Calif 1*14. caught In 
Saanich Inlet an a Macs Sou id nlut 
entered at Otlherr* Boathouse 

* H Herds 1*79 Cols UP Road 
I* It eeacht off Otter Point na a 
Strip Tes«-r entered at Juan De FU'S 
Aa»o Court 

IS Dor* Batn. 7 Brp IS*, ranght 
of Weir* Beach on a backfall fly 
entered al Weir’s Beach 

II—L. A Rrtclsen >334 W Mth. 
.J9eatt> Wash It • ceaght In Rnen i 
Bay on a herrtn* entered al Adam * 
OK Tire R**° rl 

13 Donald Sowers I SWT Pwamsr 

Venice. Calif *13 caught off Salmon 
Point on a Locks Louie plug entered 


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C. Nattresa. Palm Xprtngs Calif X « 

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Inhn Baker Mans«n Wa*h • A XL 
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Way RB 1 Norih Surrey * 13. cough* 
in Little River an * herring, entered 
At King Cohn* Resort 
I lft-1 Neff Bes 3304 RBI Victoria 
ft ft. cugtil in Pedder Bay on a Strip 
Teaser entered at Redder Bay Martr* 

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Saxo Paint Strip-Traser 
L. Murphv 741 Dnisv T.ft apnng. 
Breakwater Mtmvxw Traser 
L. Morrison TttJ Denman 14 9 wring 
Maroulex Point Mimunv Teaser 
W Ddaa 1174 BntfUtd. Eft exxha 
Save Dsmt Stop Teaser 
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Minnow Teaser G hh* Xtewart rnmnn 

•• Carry; 7 ft rohe Boh Manley. Comox; 19:1 spring. Lurky 

377 Island Hug. 7 1 r; h«M wrann Camnx; 32.ft spmtg 

Lurky Louie plug 


Palm Dairy camp up with a 
pair of clrme win* last woek 
to lake over the leadership of 
the I ndependent Softball 
League's second half .schedule. 

A 5-2 win over Cantins and 
f. 15-14 decision over Dorman* 
moved the dairymen Into a 
half game lead over North¬ 
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Rirlp-Traser entered at Oone PisMn' 
Boat Rental* 

19 Howard Barlow 14» F Pacific 
Bpnkape Wsth • ft esught In ; 
B-own * Bay on a he.ring and entered 
-* Adam* Bcawc 

9—Larry Trembler, e a Oyster Bar 
art. Oyster Bay • ft. caught in' 

Ci-s’er Bay on a *lrtp-Tea**r. entered 
at Oyster Bay Resort 

:• Pens Ms;i‘ Bov ^7 ft 
Ontario; * I caught off Dtseorery 
Island oa a Btrtp-Tea*er entered at ' 
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31 Boh Wrtrht 31*0 Net! * * 
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Mxrk spoon entered at B.l*er B*nd* 

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Expected to Draw 500,000 


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SJoic, Sure 
TF ins Race 


SEATTLE (AP) — The 
biggest—and loudest—rar¬ 
ing boats in the world will 
chum the waters of Lake 
Washington today in the 
52fid running of the Gold 
Cup race, a 90-mile contest 
for the top prize in speed¬ 
boating. 

No prize money goes to the 
winner-only a large golden 
trophy. Owners write five- 
figure cheques to build and 
maintain their boats in pursuit 
of the Gold Cup. Drivers risk 


their lives at speeds up to 170 
miles an hour oii the three 
mile oval course. 

The crowd watching this 
show each year can't be 
counted, but Seattle police and 
fire department officials esti 
mate it at 500,000 People jam 
three miles of shoreline in a 
shoulder to shoulder crush: 
they crowd the pleasure boats 
moored to a log boom on one 
side of the course: they pack 
• be I^ake Washington floating 
bridge Just north of the 
racing oval. 


Other thousands see It on 
television, taking their pick of 
three local stations. 

The defending champion 
boat. Hawaii Kai HI. is back 
with a new owner and new 
driver. Jack Regas. who drove 
ih pink hydro to victory last 
year, was injured piloting an¬ 
other craft in the Diamond 
('up race last month on Lake 
Coeur d'Alene Idaho. Brien 
Wvgle. a Seattle aircraft pilot, 
will have the wheel of the 
Kai. 

Edgar Kaiser, the former 


Rangers, Hearts Powerful 
As Scottish Cup Begins 


LONDON «Reuters i—Scot¬ 
tish teams kicked off the Brit¬ 
ish soccer season Saturday 
with the first round ot the 
Scottish league cup compete 
lion, getting a twuweek jump 


on the English League which 
begins action Aug. 22. 

Rangers and Hearts, cham¬ 
pions and runners-up in last 
season's Scottish League cham¬ 
pionship, were quick to get 


Nottingham Mauls 
Indian Cricket Team 


NOTTINGHAM. England 
(Reuters i — Nottinghamshire, 
one of the weakest English 
county teams, gave the Indian 

Toronto, MCC 
Play to Draw 

TORONTO »rp» Toronto 
Cricket Club held the touring 
Marylebone Cricket Club of 
England to a surprising draw 
here Saturday. 

Toronto had lost seven 
wickets for 197 runs at stumps 
in reply to England’s first 
innings total of 205 Tor eight 
declared. 

It was the second draw for 
the MCC in four games in 
Canada. 

Top performance of the day 
was a sparkling 87 not out 
scored for Toronto by Dean 
Trowif, former Australian 
batsman 

Bob Barber was top scorer 
for MCC with 42. while David 
Mordaunt made 36 not out. 
Barber also led the MCC howl 
Ing attack with aix wickets 
for 73 runs. 


cricketers a severe mauling on 
opening day of a three day 
match here ^Saturday. 

The county s pace attack 
wrecked the Indian hatting 
after the tourists had won first 
use of a perfect halting 
wicket. 

The Indians, struggling 
from the start, were dismissed 
for 172 in three hours. 40 min¬ 
utes. Only a fighting 80 hy 
Polly Urnrigar. who was last 
man out, prevented a com¬ 
plete rout. 

Nottinghamshire followed up 
by scoring 130 for three 
wickets to move within 43 
runs of the lead with seven 
wickets still standing. 

Eighteen year-old fast bow ler 
John Cotton started the In 
dian collapse by rapturing the 
first three wickets while only 
34 runs were scored. 

MMiwx Ml for * va. Surrey. 

Suaaex 1?4 l.aiwa»hne 4* for 8. 

Somerset » for i 
Kent 323 for 8 xs Yorkshire 
Hampshire XM for » <terlare«t. Derby- 
•hir* 10 for iv* **nket 
Me morgen 371 for * Stereo Glmi- 

restershtte 2$ for no wicket 
Lelrestershtre 382. Warwickshire M 
for no wu-ket 

Wotreeterthire 388. Northamptonshire 
131 f«Vt no wicket 


hark into their winning stride 
with decisive away victories. 

Rangers slammed Hibernian 
frl and Hearts, holders of the 
League cup, blanked Kilmar¬ 
nock 44. 

Ralph Brand scored four 
times for Rangers, whose dis¬ 
play augurs well for their 
forthcoming imtun info (lit 
European cup, the club com¬ 
petition for national cham¬ 
pions in Europe. 

In England, play was con¬ 
fined to practice games. Th* 
game which held most interest 
was at Wolverhampton, where 
Billy Wright, captain of t h e 
English national team and 
veteran of a record 105 inter- 
national matches, ended his 
brilliant playing career with 
the Wanderers. 

A crowd of 20.000 attended 
to say farewell to one of 
Britain's most celebrated stars 
in postwar soccer. 

Results: 

Aberdeen 3 Stirling 1 
Albion 1. 8trnhou»vmulr 3 
Alloa 4 Morton 2 
Arbroath 2 Dumbarton 8 . 

Berwick 8 Ayr U 3 
Brechin t. East Fife 8 
Clyde 0 Dunfermline 0 
Cowdenbeath 3. 8t Johimont II. 
Dundee U i g Stilting 8. 
ralkirk 3. Hamilton 2 
Hibernian 1. Hanger* 8 
Kilmarnock 8. Heart* 4. 

Motherwell 4, Dundee J 
Motherwell 4 Dundee 2 
Partick 0 Airdrieomaii* 8. 

Queen of B 1 Forfar 1 
Queen » Pk 4. Stranraer I. 

Raith 3. Celtic I 

at Mirren 8. Thd Lanark 3. 


Seniors Draw Posted 
For Monday’s Round 


O.C. Rugby 

London • Reuter*> Result• of Bugby 
d»v* U# rh * r •"•'« , he* plaved Satur- 

Doncakter 88. Caatleford 88 
Huddersfield'23 Halifax is. 

Leith 17. Wtdne* 11 ' 

Oldham 38 Rochdale Hornet! ||. 
at Helen* M. Barrow 3 
Bwlnton 32 8a!ford k 
Whltnhsywtt la. Workington Town IS. 
Wigan 31 Warrington 88 


as low as 


1 00 $1 

and I 

down! 


owner, sold the champ to Jop 
Mascari of New* York City, 
but Seattle remains her home 
base. 

Wygle qualified the Kai at 
109.533 miles an hour—close to 
the average for the big field of 
14. Don Wilson drove Miss 
United States I of Drtroit an 
average 115.056 for the best 
time. 

Other qualified boats aV* 
the Gale V and Gale VI of 
Detroit; Rreathless II of I^ike 
Tahoe; Maverick of Lake 
Mead; Nitrogen of Washing, 
ion. D.C.; Miss Spokane of 
Spokane. Wash.; and these 
Seattle craft: Thliftway Too. 
Mias Thriftway, Miss Pav n* 
Save Wahoo, Kol Roy ahd 
Miss Seattle 

The starting gun for the 
first action is scheduled for 1 
p.m. PDT. Each boat must 
compete in three 30 mile heats 
to complete the race, hut a 
crowded entry list forced the 
splitting of each heat into 
sections. 

Not more than seven boats 
ran run at one time, under 
Gold Cup rules. 

The draw for the two sec¬ 
tions of the first heat put four 
of the top contenders in heat 
1 A. They were Maverick. 
Wahoo. Miss Spokane and 
Miss Thriftway. Running with 
those four will he Miss Seattle. 
Nitrogen and Gale V. 

Slated for action in heat 1 R 
were Thriftway Too. Gale VI, 
Hawaii Kai. Miss US. I. Miss 
Pay n* Save, Breathless II 
and Kol-Roy. 

The draw for the two sec¬ 
tions of heat 2 will he held 
immediately after, heat I B has 
been completed. 

Six Furlong 
Record Tied 
By Hi Drive 

VANCOUVER <CP» Hi 
Drive, going to the front in 
the featured seventh at Exhibi 
lion Park Saturday, won easily 
hy two lengths to equal the 
track record for six furlongs 
of 110 1*. 

Carrying jockey Dennis 
Terry at 114 pounds, the four- 
yearold gelding equalled the 
record set in 1956 hy Princess 
Street, carrying 109. 

Hi Drive won over Mahe 
Mike and Deep Current to 
return $6 90. 13.70 and 32 70. 

The daily double was worth 
$460.30 Lady J to Vic Valiev. 
The quinella ~ Little Selfish 
to Plover Call paid $46 70. 
Results, entries on page 8. 


mrKFAsunr.il. 

Encland (AP) — Blackburn 
finished last in a flvehorae 
ra. e Saturday—and non. 

All the others were dis¬ 
qualified They took the 
wrong course In the two- 
mile. 154-yard hurdle race. 



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MAN... 

COOL 


klaurtee H*»Wf 



In our back 
yard I dug a 
hole. 

It grew and grew . . . got out 
of control. 

I ran into roots of old dead 
trees. a 

I banged with a mattock, down 
on my knees. 

I struck big boulders, sparks 
flew around, 

An old arrow head ... I was 

sure I found. 

I went dccjtor ’n’ deeper, with¬ 
out much plan. 

Till stopped 
cold, in the blue 
hard-pan. 

For a year or 
so, I let It 
sleep. 

So it gradually 
turned to a rub¬ 
bish heap. 

Then in the 
spring, “she ” 
said one day, 

“Why don’t 
you cart that 
old trash 
away??” 

Then I dug some more and 
blistered each hand. 

Slowly again, it began to ex 
pand. 

And "they” glowered at me. 
said I was a fool, 

“NO ONE neeried , . . such a 
R-I G lily pool.” 

I ordered cement, plus a yard 
of sand. 

They began to suspect what I 
had planned. 

“I WOULDN’T swim in "that", 
sed our youngest daughter. 
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woman-ish, 

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called Capri blue, 

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actually thru. 

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and foot sore, 

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and WHAT AN UP ROAR??? 

When they saw 
me there, so 
calm and cool. 
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Crushed U.K. Industry to Try TV 

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Film Firms to Raid Enemy 


By JOHN GALE 

LONDON (AP) — The British 
movie industry, taking a terrible 
beating from television, hopes to save 
its skin by a raid on the enemy camp. 
It wants a new television channel ex¬ 
pected to be opened*in Britain. 

Attendance at movie houses has 
fallen since 1952 to 162.000.000 from 
325,000.000. Hundreds of small movie 
houses have closed down. Many of 
the survivors shut for the afternoon 
or offer cheap off peak rates to old- 
age pensioners. 

AAA 

The movie Industry now proposes 
to grab for Itself a share of the 
rewards offered by commercial tele- 


Hollywood Today 


vision. There are two television net¬ 
works. 

A third unused channel is avail¬ 
able under international agreement. 

Parliament will within the next 
few months debate what use Is to be 
made of the additional air space. 

"We hope to move in." said John 
Walton, general secretary of the Brit¬ 
ish Film Producers Association. 

* * * 

“It is a natural development for an 
Industry of our background, and 
although we may he passing through 
difficult times, we have not lost our 
dynamic attitude ’’ 

Walton stressed that the scheme is 
•till embryonic, but a trade commit 
tee soon will open a study of how the 


big screen can get into the UttJ# 
screen business. 

"At the back of our minds Is the 
millions of pounds invested in the 
bricks and mortar of the film industry 
throughout the country.** he said. 

* * e 

"That investment has to be pro¬ 
tected and the availability of a tele¬ 
vision network would make our 
opportunities to do so almost limit¬ 
less. 

"Take the big new film which Is 
going on general release in a couple 
of months. If you gave your stare a 
personal television appearance in 
advance, it might work wonders at 
the neighborhood cinema when the 
film came out." 


B v Sheilah Graham 


Please, Richard—Don’t Set Sail! 


Garden Notes 


cuttings taken in \. inter. Make these 
about 10 inches long and insert in a 
well-drained bed of sandy loam out¬ 
doors—no protection is needed An¬ 
other and even easier method is to 
detach some of the rooted suckers 
which are produced freely. 

KAFFIR LILY - (D. O H.. Vic¬ 
toria). The Sehizostylis or Kaffir lily 
may be planted here either in March 
or October. This plant is of doubtful 
hardiness here, thriving in some gar¬ 
dens and winter killing in others, so it 
is best to select a warm, sunny posi¬ 
tion with light, well-drained soil and 
a bit of shelter from the wind. 

The flowers are produced late in 
the season, in October and November. 
As our weather is becoming blustery 
at that time, it is a good idea to rig 
some kind of light frame covered with 
plastic film to protect the blooms 
from storm damage. Some good varie¬ 
ties are Viscountess Byng and Mr*. 
Hegarty. clear pink and rose pink 
respectively. 

PRESERVING BEECH LEAVES 

— IT. Y., Sidney!. You went wrong 
last year In your attempt to preserve 
beech leaves by gathering the shoots 
too late in the season. The best time 
Is between July 15 and Sept. 1. and 


the earlier the stems are gathered, tha 
darker vyill be the leaves. 

Select shapely branches with well- 
formed leaves, of a length suitable to 
fit in your vases. Stand them in a 
mixture of glycerine and water, one- 
third glycerine to two thirds water. 
The stems should be submerged in the 
mixture to a depth of two inches and 
left until "tears'* of glycerine can be 
seen on the leaves. The leaves turn a 
most attractive shade of brown, with 
a lovely silky texture. Arrange them 
in vases without water or any other 
fluid 

BIRD OF PARADISE - (C, E J.. 

Victoria*. It is not true that the Bird 
of Paradise plant blooms only every 
seven years It takes two years to 
raise a plant to flowering size from 
offsets and three to four years from 
the bullet like seeds, but they bloom 
every year thereafter. * 

It is a gorgeous thing, with strap- 
like leaves similar to an amaryllis 
and a flower shaped like the head of 
a crested tropical bird. In orange and 
purple. It is not hardy outdoors here, 
hut must have a minimum winter 
temperature of 50 degrees. The botani¬ 
cal name is Strelltzia regime, in 
honor of Charlotte. Queen of Georgo 
Tit. of the House of Mecklenburg* 
Strelitz. 


By M. V. CHE 8 NLT, FBH 8 


INCREASING LI PINS — IR. W. 
D. Vict oria !. The Rusaell lupin 
doesn't respond very kindly to being 
lifted and divided as you would a 
clump of delphiniums or Michaelmas 
daisies. It Is best to increase your col¬ 
lection either by seed or by cuttings. 

The named varieties do not come 
true from seed and. If you wish to 
propagate from any especially fine 
plants, you should take young basal - 
cuttings in early spring. These are 
the young shoots which spring up 
around the base of the plant. Treat 
the cut end with a hormone rooting 
powder and insert either in a closed 
coldframe or in a shady bed of sandy 
soil, covering each slip with a Jam 
jar until rooted. 


KHRIJB FOR NAMING — (W. S. 
Port Alberni). The twig you sent me 
is from an ornamental ahrub called 
Spirea Menziesli. named for Archibald 
Menzies. a naval surgeon and botanist 
who accompanied Capt. Vancouver on 
his famous voyage in 179IV5. It makes 
a very pretty specimen shrub, stand¬ 
ing four to six feet In height and hear¬ 
ing pink flowers In the late sum¬ 
mer and autumn. It is useful, too. as 
an Informal untrimmed hedge. 

It Is easy to propagate from woody 


LONDON 1NANA1 — Richard Greene’s “Robin Hood ’ 
producers are be-ging him to forget his plan to crosa the 
Atlantic in his 42-foot yacht. He plana to sail in the fall. 
"I’ll do it in three weeks," boasts the actor. If he’s lucky. 

woo 

Sophia Ix>ren denied in Rome that she Is writing her 
memoirs, on the score that she isn’t old enough for 
thst chore. 

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Mel Ferrer has two of his children — Mel has four - 
staying at the chalet in Burgenstock. above Lake Lucerne. 
Not to mention wife Audrey Hepburn's famous dog. Fa- 
mous. who won’t croas any road without first taking a 
tranquilizer pill! 

* * * 

New York’s "My Fair Lady." Sally Ann Howea. 
grateful to her comedian father. Bobby Howes, will fra 
ture him in her London TV series. The Sally Ann Howes 
Show. Lately. Bobby hasn’t been doing as well as his 
talents entitle him to. 

AAA 

Anita Ekherg told me she will think several times 
before she returns to her native Sw-eden for another visit. 
"It's the worst in Sweden. Everyone follow* me. I have no 
privacy at all. I can’t even look at little shops in side 
streets.’’ 

AAA 

Fred Astaire's daughter. Avm, said a tearful goodbye 
*to Oxford student John Parker-Ree* when she left for 
America with father Fred. John didnot see her off. But 
I have a hunch h* will be coming to visit her again when 
they both are a bit older. He is 20. Ava la 17. 

a a a 

I found famed retired MGM director Clarence Brown 
and his wife in the courtyard of the George Cinq Hotel 
in Paris. Clarerw is on his usual six month-long tour of 
Europe. We talked about Greta Garbo, whom Clarence 
directed in some of her great hits, including the silent 
film with John Gilbert. 'The Flesh and the Devil." Gilbert, 
if you remember, was madly in love with Garbo and 
wanted to marry her. “I saw him on his knees, begging 
her to elope." said Bitwn. "But Greta would laugh and 
say, ’You are auch a leedle boy.’ Why has she never 
married? I belkrve she has been In love with one man 
only—Maurice Stiller, the director who brought her to 
Hollywood in the twenties.’’ 

Winning Contract 

By HOWARD SCHEXKEN and RICHARD L. FREY 

BRIDGE QtlZ Answer^ to Bridge Quiz: 

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no trump!, partner should have 
the final say about disposition 
of the contract. After all. he 
knows within a point or two 
the strength of the combined 
hands, and can therefore Judge 
the trick taking capacity of the 
partnership more occurately. 


Garbo has been spending most of the summer with 
her good friends, billionaire Onasnts and hia wife. In the 
south of France. Mr. Brown see* Garbo sometimes during 
hi* trip to Europe And he bclirvcv with me. that she 
will never return to her acting career. Why should she? 
She has become a legend and a legend should be in the 
past. 

* * * 

Heather Seats, who was so good In "The Story Of 
Esther Costello" and "Room at the Top," does "The Sea 
Shell" with Dame Sybil Thnmdyke. 

AAA 

Cedi B. De Mille would be glad to know that ‘The 
Ten Commandment*’’ which he launched in the late 

winter of ’57, is still running in Paris. 

* * * 

But even more popular In France Is Alfred Hltrhock. 
He’s the only director to he hilled above the star Hitch- 
rock’s "Vertigo" with Kim Novak and Jimmy fttewari 
did better in France and the rest of Europe than in the 
I’nited States. I asked a French Journalist the reason for 
Hitch's popularity, and what he said made sense -r "He 
talks to every reporter, he’s witty, and he comes to 
France very often. Also when people go to a Hitchcock 
movie, they know what they’re going to get." 


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Green Growth Nuisance , 
Not Causing Pollution 

A stringy, pale green “foreign weed” found grow¬ 
ing in the warm water of Kinsmen Gorge Park pool 
has caused concern among Esquimalt municipal 

administrators ,-1 

The pool was cleaned out Pool water was about 65 de- 
and emptied yesterday after- grees, he said, "too warm to 
noon, then refilled with new ’ s refreshing." He estimated 
water for today’s swimmers, temperature of Gorge waters 
Authorities hope to kill off at 50 to 55 degrees. 


Mean Thief 
Again Steals 
Cripple's Bike 

C ripple John i homoby’s 
tricycle wan stolen Friday aa 
he watched television at Mm 
E agles Home on View Street 
As his legs are too short 
for walking, the “trike,” 
which he pedals with his 
hands. Is Mr. Chornoby’s 
primary means of transpor¬ 
tation. He is manager of 
the art d e pa r t m ent at Lloyd- 
El Crafts on Fort Street 
This was his fifth tricycle 
to he stolen. “I'll have to 
buy another one.” he said 
yesterday. 


the mysterious plant by chang¬ 
ing the pool water frequently. 
Frequent flushing will mean 


TRY CHANGING 
Because the grass-like weed 


• ‘Village’ Site Marked 

Site where Cowichan’s first low rental elderly 
citizens' “village” will be built was marked “for all 
to see” Thursday night in the 700-block Trunk 
Road. Kiwanis .Village Society president Jack 
Hindmarch, left, said work may start on eight 
units next month. Helping him put up the sign are 
directors George Sinden, centre, and Hugh Farmer. 
—Photo by William Creighton.) 


The pool will remain open 
and will be open for the 160 
Kinette sponsored Red Cross 


Monday. 


‘ Rainbow ’ Raises $41.25 
For Retarded Children 

They auctioned a "rainbow” last night and 
raised Ml.25 for the Victoria Retarded Children’s 
Association. 

More than 3.000 gladiolus blooms of about 500 
different varieties and hues were sold to a crowd 
of 300 as the Victoria and District Gladiolus Society 
wound up its two-day run in the Crystal Garden. 


chillier dips for hundreds of not * w ‘ n * n cooler 

swimmers, but one official G “ r *' »»«"*• «>** »«> 'ry 
said the pool had been “warm C ”* n **l the wt i , * r more 
end that the 0 ' 1 *" b ' , “" r " or "'* »• use 
water plant hid I •' he said 

miss nee." 

NO POLLUTION 
Municipal engineer John swimmers who will take 
Graeme said the weed had not examinations there at 10 a.m. 
caused any noticeable pollu¬ 
tion of the water. He said that 
weekly pollution test reports 
submitted to Esquimalt coun¬ 
cil have shown the water is 
“near purity." 

Coun. James Bryant, chair¬ 
man of the Esquimalt parks 
and playgrounds committee, 
said the "foreign weed" does 
not appear to thrive in nearby 
Gorge water from which the 
pool water is taken. 

He believed that the warmth 
of the pool water was the 
cause and said the pool would 
be treated with chemicals if 
necessary, to keep it clear. 

DRAGGED CABLE 
Mr. Graem said the life¬ 
guard and three laborers 
dragged a cable across the 
sandy pool bottom yesterday 
to loosen the weed which was 
disposed of by opening the 
sluice gate leading to the 
Gorge. 


Gaglardi Say» in Kamloops: 

Nothing Wrong with Project, 
Official Not Asked to Quit 


SEE THE 

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by the 

OAK BAY 
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Now ob Display la 

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Victoria Room, 
Fourth Floor 


Highways Minister Gaglardi 
aaid last night he knows oi no 
reason why a senior official in 
ilia department stationed at 
Kamloops has offered to re¬ 
sign. 

It had been reported that 
Vipcent L. Gresty of Kam¬ 
loops, regional mechanical 
superintendent for the high¬ 
way* department, had offered 
his resignation and was on 
leave of absence. 

ROAD CONTRACT 

Reports said the move fol 
lowed an RCMP investigation 
into some features of a $1,600,- 
000 Trans-Canada Highway 
construction project. 

Centre of many rumors and 


speculation about the high 
ways department recently has 
been highways project Rift, 
which covers 12.8 miles of dif¬ 
ficult work from Craigellachie 
to Twin Bridges near Revel 
stoke. 

GOVERNMENT VIEW 

Mr. Gaglardi told The Colon 
lat by phone from his Kam 
loops home last night that "I 
know this much-there’s no¬ 
thing the matter with that 
contract from a government 
point of view. 

"It’s a Trans-Canada High¬ 
way project and the federal 
government is as much con¬ 
cerned as is the government of 
this province. It’s impossible 


CFAX Problem* 


Second 

Search 

Starts 


Saanich radio station CFAX’s 
travelling tower haa turned up 
at. last, but now some essen¬ 
tial studio equipment is 
Ing. 

Roy Parrett, manager of the 
"good music" station, said last 
night the broadcasting tower 
has arrived and is already 
erected at Swan Lake, but 
some studio equipment is miss 

*ng 

FIRST LOSS 

The tower disappeared er 
route to Victoria but was even¬ 
tually found at Carleton Place. 
Ont., July 20— all 1.650 pounds 
of It. 

Re-addressed, the tower 
reached Vancouver July 26 and 
disappeared again, then turned 
up in Victoria Thursday. 

NEW SEARCH 

Now a search is under way 
for the studio equipment. 

Provided nothing else goes 
astray, plans call for the dawn 
to-dusk station to begin broad 
casting Aug. 15. 


for anything to be wrong with 

it." 

The minister said he had 
“no knowledge ' of Mr. Gresty 
being asked by his department 
to resign. 

“I was told by my regional 
maintenance engineer here 
that Mr. Gresty had resigned. 
But 1 don’t know of any reason 
why he should have offered his 
resignation," he said. 

PROPER PLACE 

Mr. Gaglardi said the attor¬ 
ney-general’s department was 
the proper place to seek in¬ 
formation about any RCMP in¬ 
vestigation which might be in 
progress. ”1 don't know," he 
said. 

"There is no department 
side to the story," the minister 
said. "Any man in my depart¬ 
ment is free to turn in his 
resignation at any time." 


Car, Truck Hit 
Couple Injures 1 

Mr. and Mrs. John O’Byrne, 
293 Atkins Road, were treated 
at St. Josephs Hospital for 
minor Injuries suffered when 
their car was in collision with 
a truck driven by Ivan Mor 
rison. 80 Linden, at Hillside 
and Cook at 6.25 pm yester 
day. 

A two-car collision was re¬ 
ported at the same intersection 
at 11.45 a.m. yesterday. Drivers 
were Jean H. Webster of 1414 
Lang and Jack Loukotski of 
1$B5 Chandler. Neither driver 
was injured. 


For Touri*t* 

Colorful collection of Cana 
dian stamps on a special 
card for tourists, went on 
sale yesterday at tj\e cen¬ 
tral Victoria %post office. 
Operations supervisor Allan 
Davies said the collection 
was prepared after requests 
from tourists for stamps 
printed during the past three 
years. They will be on sale 
at most major Canadian 
post offices. — (Colonist 
photo .) 


little Old For This Prank? 
Lantern-Takers Asked 


Two Luxton men who took 
red warning lanterns from 
barricades around an ecava 
tion bi a city street were asked 
yesterday: “Don't you think 
you are getting a little ok) for 
this kind of thing?" 

The question was posed by 
Magistrate William Ostler, 
who fined Donat Falardeau. 
26. and Thomas Lamb, 38. $40 
each for the incident 


“I have no doubt that at that 
time of the morning it seemed 
like an amusing prank, but 
jk would not be so funny for 
anyone who ran into that bar¬ 
ricade." he commented. 

J "Fortunately, it was at an 
hour where daylight was here, 
or almost here." 

-Mr. Ostler also fined Lamb 
$10 for leaving the keys to his 
ear m the ignition. 


Drivers 

Cut 

In Crash 


Monty Meek. it. of LMR 
Oak Ray Avenue, a driver 
whd suffered multiple cuts 
In a head-on collision of two 
cars last night, was later re¬ 
ported to be la “fair” condi¬ 
tion at Royal Jubilee Hospi¬ 
tal. 

Driver of the other enr, 
Down Adams, of 4$7 IJnden. 
was treated for a cut knee 
at the same hospital. 

Police said the colltsi 
occurred on a curved I 
east of Hhoal Ray. Mr. 
Meek’s small car was knock¬ 
ed backwards and spaa 
around by the Impact, while 


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More Than 1,000 in Swim Gasses 


Only a Few Need Special Care 

Now All They Need is Lots of Practice 


By MARGIE NAYAMITH 

By comparing not aa last 
week wa founo that of more 
than a thousand youngsters 
taking Colonist swimming 
class lessons, fewer than a 
dozen will need special atten* 
tion before they can become 
swimmers. 

The discovery that so many 


youngsters will be fairly pro¬ 
ficient novice swimmers by 
the time the ciasaes end. gave 
me and my assistants a real 
kick. 

But this is a good time to 
put in a word for tip future to 
your parents. 

When your youngster has 
completed the lessons and re¬ 


ceived a novice swimmer’s 
certificate, he or she still needs 
lets of supervised practice. 

We are not turning out 
channel swimmers, but boys 
and girls who have lost their 
fear of the water and who 
know the theory of swimming 
and who can apply that theory 
in a modest way. 


After the classes are over, 
don’t miss a chance to give 
your youngsters more practice 
in the water under safe condi¬ 
tions. 

Parents continued to visit 
us last week and many of 
them were frankly surprised 
at the progress their boys and 
girls have made. 

One woman said she and her 
husband had tried to teach 


their boy to swim and had all 
but lost hope. 

”We tried to teach him swim¬ 
ming for two years without 
success and you have taught 
him in six lessons.’’ she said. 

For the past week we have 
been concentrating on the all- 
important matter of learning 
to breathe properly while 
swimming. 

For many of the ^children 


this has greatly increased the 
distance which they are able 
to cover. 

Starting next Thursday we 
will begin our regular series 
of proficiency tests. 

The tests are divided into 
three sections, denoting three 
degrees of swimming aptitude. 

We will try to test each 
youngster twice, however, so 
that he or she can improve 


their first results by practis¬ 
ing during tpe intervening 
l jetk a 

This business of practice 
must not be neglected if the 
maximum benefit is to be de¬ 
rived froip the instruction 
course. 

We have noticed that the 
fastest learners are those who 
get to the water most often 


LOCAL NEWS 


®Ij* Hails (Botanist. 


(ESTABLISHED IBM) 


CLASSIFIED 


SECOND NEWS SECTION 


VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SUNDAY, AUGUST 9, 1959 


PAGE FIFTEEN 










Victoria’s specialty shops are still a top drawing 
card in the Vancouver Island tourist industry. 
Mrs. Gordon Zima. Richland. Washington, wears 
recent purchase, admires another. 


Not all tourists come from south of the border 
and some find the city’s fine gardens a major at¬ 
traction. Mrs. Hugh Dick. North Vancouver, 
admires blossom in Empress Hotel conservatory. 


For Sale by City 


Thousands Tour 
Moved Houses 


]Vo Money 
For Month 

A I-an*ford woman whose 
only MMlmmt f In a monthly 
nodal a—dstaace cheque, lont 
her wallet containing Ml— 
all the money nhe had—in a 
Victoria store Friday night 

Mm. Haael Baynes, 112* 
Donna Avenue, will have to 
wait a month, until Sept. A, 
before she receives another 


The Mght-Mue wallet also 
contained birth certificates, 
n social assistance medical 
card, a campfire permit and 
some silver. The bias has 


Roof, Escalator 


More than 5,000 Victoria 
house-hunters and “inquisi¬ 
tive sightseers ” yesterday 
attended the mass open 
house of seven transplanted 
houses put up for sale by 
Victoria city council. 

Bids on the family 
dwelling, duplexes and 
revenue properties ranged 
between $9,000 and $12,000. 

The seven homes were those 
bought by the city on the site 
now occupied by the new fire- 
hall. They were moved to 
Chambers and Queens Street 
snd modernized by the city be 
fore being put up for sal*. 

As many aa five different 
provisional contracts were 
made out on one house and at 
least one on each of the other 
six. company spokesman Don 
Smith said. 

“All contracts will be pre¬ 
sented to the city and pur¬ 
chasers should be notified by 
Friday.’ 



Reluctant farewell to Victoria and round of shop¬ 
ping and sightseeing was bade by comely Lucinda 
Turner, Evanston, Illinois, seen here assembling 
baggage at Empress Hotel. 

★ ★ ★ 


Visitors Tell Plans 


Scenery and Shopping 
Sought in That Order 


Princess Gets 
No Fanfare, 

Little Notice 

Government House officials who want the visit of 
Princes* Alexandra treated almost as though it wasn't 
happening got their wish here yesterday. 

Seldom haa royalty been re- j 

reived anywhere with aa little paration* for the royal arrival 
fanfare aa that surrounding 1 at the airport, 
the arrival of the Queen s A red ensign flying ‘from a 
cousin at Victoria Internation- yardarm a short distance away 
al Airport at 5.10 p.m. was not. a naval officer as- 

Fewer than 150 persons sured reporters, flying at half- 
lined the barricades in front mast, hut was merely 
| of the Patricia Bay airline drooping.” 
terminal and many of these Security force numbered two 
were airline passengers and uniformed Mountiea and two 
iheir friends or relatives. pl^inclotheamen. 

But what was officialdom’! RTAF PILOT 
gain was Victoria s loss. In char ge of th * night 

RADIANT BEAUTY from Vancouver was Flt-Lt. 

I, Out of the relatively austere Utaa of 121 Search and 

Interior of the RCAF Search i «^ue Squadron 
and Rescue Dakota stepped a H * that on ^ng In 

radiant, self-assured princess treduced to the princess at 
whose obvious beauty drew Vancouver International Air- 
audible “Oh’a” and “Aha” Port she asked him how many 
from the handful of bystand- passengers the DC-3 could 
ers. carry and when told a dozen. 

Looking like a page out of replied. “That’s quite different 
a fashion magazine, the prin- from the Comet.’’ 
cess wore a two-piece suit of SAW ISLANDS 
rh.rco.1 *r.y light wool. • lTh , victor!, flight wo. cr 
dochc of while and grey .led out .f .n .Hltudo of 1,500 
? *• „ . , PUf “ V f~< *» the prince*, could 

STW^t JSSZ * w * ,f h the Gulf l.l.nd. unfold 


Tourists come to Victoria to see the sights and to 
go shopping, in that order, a survey of visitors at Vic¬ 
toria and Island Publicity Bureau offices showed yes- 


DAVE WEIR 


terday. 

Shoppers are apektng 
articles they can't find at 
home, and many sightseers 
are also looking for something 
they can’t find at home— 
natural landscapes unob¬ 
structed by glaring billboards. 
Mrs. Roberta Ross of 
* * * ! Eureka. Calif., here for three 

_ • Ik • days *dth her two small 

vpn in r daughters remarked. “I think 

^ecn in i lhte trip to the UIand ^ 

Dave Weir recalling his 22 first time the girls have had 
years in the garage business, a chance to see really heauti- 
all in the same Five Points fu! scenery without some form 
location. (Dave lives at 1645 of commercialism. 

Edgeware with his wife, “They noticed It right away. 


too. when we drove up the 
Malahat yesterday.” 

Most visitors are combining 
their sightseeing with shop 
ping, and they are discriminat¬ 
ing in both. 

Probably one of the most 
favorably impressed tourists 
in Victoria yesterday was a 
woman to whom lush vegeta 
tion is a rare sight indeed. 

She is Mrs. W. A. Heslop 
of Cambridge Bay. Victoria 
Island, in the Canadian Arctic, 
and she is more familiar with 
perma frost than pavement. 
She is here for a few days 
sightseeing before returning 
home. 


Air Tanker 
Due Todav 

a 

First of foar huge Mars 
long range amphibious 
transports, r e e e n 11 y pur¬ 
chased by atx major B.< . 
logging firms to be used aa 
tankers to spray forest fires. 
Is expected to arrive at Pa¬ 
tricia Bay airport today. En¬ 
gine trouble delayed take¬ 
off from Ban Francisco by 
one day. 


beneath her. and ahe was 
shown Princess Margaret 
Island which was a gift to her 
cousin from the province of 
British Columbia. 

The princess asked for a 
map so she could identify the 
terrain. 

FEW REALIZED 

During the drive to Govem- 

n . . . , „ _ _ ment House by Douglas, Fort, * 

'? , S . R r VWr J cook *nd Rockland, lew peo 

IS** °£‘Z.r Pi- .Ion* the .treat. re.lteed 

A Abort conversation M- who w “ ,n ,h * *■«* 

lowed and a smattering of ap 1 
plause broke from bystanders 
as the princess was guided to¬ 
ward a limousine which she 


ROBE HAT 

From the plane's unloading 
ramp she strode confidently 
toward Lieutenant • Governor 
Frank M. Rons, her Victoria 
host. 

I After chatting briefly with 
! the lieutenant governor shout 
the trip from Vancouver. Prin- 
i cess Alexandra was Introduced 


sine. 

A crowd of some 30 to 40 
people stood around the en¬ 
trance to the Government 


shared with Mr. Ross. 

CAVALCADE 

A seven-car cavalcade of 
Government House and naval 
vehicles moved out of, the un¬ 
loading area with two Victoria 
police motorcycles leading the 
way. 

There were no special pre- 


House grounds but got no 
; more than a fleeting glimpse 
! of the royal visitor as tha cars 
sped up the driveway. 

Princess Alexandra will re¬ 
main a guest at Government 
House until Tuesday morning 
when she will fly back to Van¬ 
couver and resume her jet 
flight to Australia. 


Tico Days , Tivo Months 


Four Injured 
In Odd Falls 


City’s Float 
In with Best 

Victoria's entry will be 
eompettng with the pick of 
the crop of floats la tkis 
year's FNE parade. 

Mayor Parry urrah said 
lost alght the city will 

da fl aB tlj i havo a float la 
the Mg Aag. SS show. 

FNE officio la aoid moay 


repres se d la the Mias PNK 
r oat s a t by B a aiee McKay. 
IT. a toll (6-fooM',) Maa- 


Margaret. ‘and two children. 

Peter. 12. and Charles. IT. His 
hobbv 1* growing prize rosea.» 

. . . Doug Price aaying the Miss Lucy Vincenzo of Cleve , information yesterday, five 
Hons Club would help to clear land. Ohio, was here for two were Canadians. One came 
up Langford Lake algae . . . days admiring the scenery and from England and the remain- 
Joan Hotehlo on a weekend shopping for specialty items der from the U.S. 
visit from Vancouver . . . Jesa with a hometown friend. Rose In the shopping line, their 
Warren selling tickets like hot Capretta. tastes lean toward hand 

cakes for the Ed Fisher bene One visitor who likes to do crafted Canadian products and 
fit dance . . . stickney Harris his sightseeing slowly and British imports, 
looking for a barbecued thoroughly is F. S. Robinson 
chicked . . . Henry Stubbing* of West Town. Bristol. Eng 
discussing hi-fi and stereo re- land, who will take two months 
production . . Bob and Joy to see Vancouver Island. 

Obee returning from a vacs Mr. and Mr* John Jensen 
tion with youngsters Leslie, of Portland. Ore., will atay 
I Bruce and Brie . . . Dorothy two week* on the Island com 
Pmrkes hoping to catch a fish Pining sightseeing with salt 

Four parson, w.r. taken to »' 

getting ready for a party ... Of a dozen Victoria visitor* 

4lex Arthur back from his selected at random from 
holiday. ' among those seeking tourist 


Eat Seaweed for Candy? 
Victoria Tried It in 1912 


A visiting Japanese botanist One of his backers was the 
who recently suggested Cana i*,, j, mM Lemon, of Lemon 
dians should use seaweed for Gonnaaon, the firm which was 


“I buy all my suits, slacks 
and jackets in Canada.’’ one 
US. visitor said, “and they 
are all tailored from British 
textiles. ” 

He said he didn't believe 
the initial prices of the 
garments were lower than 
domestic products in his own 
country, hift added. “They just 
seem to last, and last 
last." 


candy and food was 47 years 
too late Victoria had a sea¬ 
weed factory of its own in 
1912 

And kelp candy, artificially 
colorog and flavored and cut 
to resemble pieces of fruit, 
wa* sold in Victoria stores. 


the forerunner of Crowe-Gon- 
nason. The factory was estab 
iiahed in a shed on the lumber 
firm’s property. 

The plant also produced 
iodine and potassium from the 
kelp for sale to drug firms. 

But the factory apparently 
failed within a year and was 


The factory was begun in 
1912 by a California business 

man. Nick Clarke, who raised The suggestion that Canada 
money for hi* scheme to should use seaweed came from 
and harvest the >elp beds off Prof Yamada Yukio. botanist 
Brotchie Ledge. i at Hokkaido University, who 


Postmaster Quit 

Langford 


Pay Was Too Low 


Office Still Closed 


is on# of 40 International 
botanists who arrived in Vic¬ 
toria yesterday afternoon. 

They are being escorted by 
Dr Adam Szczawlnski. pro¬ 
vincial botanist, who met the 
party at Nanaimo and took it 
up-lsland. 

BEE PARKA 

Yesterday the group visited 
Goldstream Park and Thetis 
Lake Park. Countries repre¬ 
sented by the botanists include 
France. Germany. .Sweden. 
Japan. India. Turkey. Bel 
gium. Holland, the United 
States. Australia. New Zea 
land and England. 

Today they will he taken on 
a sightseeing tour of Victoria. 
Including the Butchart Gar¬ 
dena. Beacon Hill Park and 
Mount Douglas Park before 
returning to Nanaimo. 


hospital yesterday after being 
' injured in unusual types ef 
falls. 

Mrs. Maxine Beuselinck. of 
Taylor Road. Langford, suf¬ 
fered hack injuries when she 
fell from a roof while trying 
to retrieve some toys thrown 
there by children. She was re¬ 
ported in satisfactory’ condi¬ 
tion last night in St. Joseph a 
Hospital. 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Langford has been without office—but not to the tune of. ently they don’t apply to the “Mr. Price doesn't appear to, ment is satisfactory to the vast 

:Isitt, an elderly couple from ||# tmn ^ office atnee Aug. 1.; $30 or $40 a month out of my federal government.” said Mr. realize that the payments for majority of them.” 

Merritt. B.C., were treated for po**] authorities in Vic- own pocket." , Price. The $130 wouldn’t his firmt r f ODer . tion Business done in Langford 

bruises and shock at Royal torU aaid last night that tev- The nearest suhpost offices cover the wages for one good . during the 13 months he oper 

Jubilee Hospital, after falling eral applications have been are located at Colwood Comer clerk. "*** 00 ated the suboffice “wasn’t 

down an escalator in a down- and every effort is and Glen Lake “I had to hire a woman fuU business After a year * opera- chicken feed.” said Mr. Price, 

town department store at 11.45 being made to rind a new loca- Decision to move the *uh time to handle the sub-office Hon. when revenues didn’t T banked more than $130,000 

and on top of that put in about come up to this estimate, his for the government during that 

40 hours s month of ay own salary was reduced " time.’’ 

time - ’ ™ ‘.said * “ turnover He wddad^ -b usi nes s 

Victoria postmaster Robert among operators of nearly 40 gained for his store by cus- off a mortgage on the home of 
Reid said monthly payments sub post office* in Creajer tomers using the post office Mrs. Edward Fisher, whose 
operation of sub-offices Victoria is very low- about “wasn’t enough’’ te justify the husband roilapsed and died 




I tion for the tub-office. office out of hi* radio store 

., _ __. „ _ , Meanwhile, most resident* located at 706 Goldstream. fol- 

rufhet-s. of 3067 Oaltdowftl^ srV up fn arma. according tb'low'ed receipt of ratification 
was treated for abrasions to Douglas Price, who was local inat his $130 monthly pay 
the face at St. Joseph’s after postmaster up to July 51. ments from the post office 
he apparently fell from the top “A lot of people are mad at were reduced by about $30 

he said “I'm perfectly 


Fund Planned 

For Widow 

*» 

An Intensive house-to-house 
drive to raise $4,600 for the 
widow of a volunteer Lang 
ford fireman will be held Wed 
nesday night. 

The money is nee de d Ut- j+y . 


for 


of a slide at Willows Park at 
5 p m. 


There are minimum wage are 
willing to keep on the sub post laws in this country, but appar-1 basis. 


commission one or two a year indicating, extra work and expense of op July 25 while fighting a brush 
i 1 believe, that the basis of pay- J crating tha sub-office. » fir*. 


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}| Bttlg Cohmtit 'Victoria, I.C, S«a-, A if 9, 1959 


Personal 

TyjENTION 


Comedian Bob Hope. Mrs. Hope and their three children 
are due to arrive at Qualicum's secluded resort, Eaglecrest, 
tomorrow or Tuesday. 

a a * 

Going to Europe Soon 

Mrs. Lewis Tusken of Madison. Wis., has been staying 
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. Gardom, 2091 Byron Street, 
Victoria. She and her husband are going to Europe soon to 
atudy languages at University of Vienna. 

a a a 

Vancouver Family Returning 

After a two-week holiday on Vancouver Island, Dr. 
and Mrs. Michael Turk© with their children, Michael and 
Christopher, returned to.their home in Vancouver. 

a a a 

Officers Hold Party 

The 2nd Minesweeping Squadron gave a cocktail party 
last night on board HMCS James Bay and HMCS Miramlchi 
In honor of Lt.-Cmdr. G. W. Brooks, commanding officer of 
HMCS Cowichan. and Lieut. E. L. Ginnis. squadron electrical 
officer, who are leaving to take up duties elsewhere. 

, a * a a 

Silver Wedding 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Whittaker. 2224 Edgelow Street, 
celebrated their silver wedding Friday with a party in their 
home Guests included Mrs. Connie Walker, Miss Catherine 
Reardon. Miss Sheila Reardon. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. D Paul, 
Mr. Leo Pigert. Mr. and Mrs. G. Laubenstein. Mr. and Mrs, 
J Lnckle. Miss Wendy Lockie. Mr. and Mrs. F. £ Artlett, Mr. 
and Mrs. J. Dewar and Miss Hazel Dewar. 

a a a 

Christening Today 

Maureen Vivian are, the names to be given to the three 
and one-half months-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David O. 
Stevenson of Vancouver at the baptism service this morning 
at Cadhoro Bay United Church. Rev. A. Wingfield will officiate. 
Parents of the baby are former Victoria residents. Godparents 
are Miss Kathleen Archer and Mr. Gerald Stevenson. Matetnal 
a rand pa rents, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Archer, are also from 
Victoria, as well as paternal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. A. 
Stevenson, who will hold a christening tea for 25 guests at 
their Killamey Road home. 

a * a 

Out-of-Totcn Guests ( 

Among the guests at the recent Coulaon-Holden wedding 
In Centennial United Church were Mr. and Mrs. A. Shalton. 
the brides grandparents, from Edmonton and Mrs. Sandra 
Newhbok of Abbotsford. 

a a a 

Guest from Toronto 

Mrs. Gordon McCurdy, formerly of Victoria, now living 
In Toronto, is guest of Mrs. W. J. Wilson. Terrace Avenue 
Whila in town she hopes to visit many of her old friends. 

a a a 

Bride Guest of Honor 

Yesterday s bride. Miss. Marilyn Cann. who became the 
wife of Mr. Cliff Wilkins at Centennial United Church, was a 
guest of honor at a recent ahower given by Mrs. J. Davey. 
Corsages of carnations and roses were presented to the bride; 
her. mother, Mrs. A. R. Cann. and the groom’s mother. Mrs. 
Q. V. Powliuk. Mias Cann received a woollen blanket from 
the guests who included Mrs. L Spiers, Mrs. M. Ross. Mrs. T. 
Neunham. Mrs. G Hardy. Mrs. G. June. Mrs. D. Scarisbrick, 
Mrs. R. Wilkins. Mrs. T. Hallberg. Mrs. F. Schroeder, Mrs. E. 
Webber and the Misses Mary and Janet Nicholson. 

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Fishing Holiday lip-island 

Mr and Mrs. J. W. Graham of Rancho Sante Fe. Calif., 
and Mr R L Lawler of Victoria have been on a fishing 
holiday at Painter s Lodge, .Campbell River. 

* * * 

Visitors to Ixmdon 

Among the many visitors to Britain registering at 
Columbia House. I^ondon, are the following from Victoria: 
Mr and Mrs. A. M. Millar. MaJ. Gen and Mrs. C. R. Stein. Miss 
Peggy Stein, Mr. Thomas Stonier v Mr and Mrs. Thomas Dick. 
Mr. and Mrs E. W Rarnes, Mrs. T. H. Ballantyne. Mr. R. E. 
Loftus. Mrs. S. Belith with Ann. Mr John Akehurst. Mr. 
William Walker. Mr. F. B Ralph. Lt.Cmdr. Philip Haskins 
Hughes. RCNVR; Mr and Mrs P. A. Gibbs. Mr and Mrs. 
George R. Hearn. Mr. and Mrs. R. Powell. 



Before the Ceremony 


Just before entering St. Mary’s 
Church yesterday to become the wife 
of Mr. .Geoffrey Rooper, Loma Chis¬ 
holm pauses with her father, Dr. 
Gavin Chisholm, and wedding at¬ 


tendants, little Leslie Chisholm, and 
the Misses Christine Hunter, Dorothy 
Peacock and Barbara Hunt. — 
(Colonist photo.) 


★ ★ ★ 


Weddings Yesterday 


What’s Cooking! 


Beets, Berries 
Recipes Asked 


More Than 400 Attend 
Rooper-Chisholm Rites 


Tangy, 

Tart, 

Tasty 

By LOUISE MOORE 

A summer’* serenade — I 
awaken to It every morning 
and not always any too kindly. 
When I hear bird calls without, 
number along with the raucous; 
voice of the old black crow and 
the maty tones of the catbird.; 
I wonder how the throats of. 
such small creatures can put 
up such a clatter. 

But there will he a clatter of 
another sort unless I answer 
those different requests, most 
of which revolve arouqd the 
summer's fruits and berries. 


Nothing la simpler to can 
and nothing is so tart and 
tangy for the relish - tray, 
as pickled beets. Use 
tender young beets, yvash 
thoroughly. Leave on a few 
inches of the stems to prevent 
’’bleeding.’’ Cook In boiling 
salted water until tender. Drain 
and slip off skins. Slice if large, 
leava whole if small. Pack in . 
sterilized jar*. Pour oyer to 
overflowing, boiling hot vine¬ 
gar, and seal. About 3 cups 
vinegar should be sufficient for 
3 quarts beets. If you like n 
bit of spice and sweetness, com¬ 
bine 2 cups vinegar, 1 cup 
water. 2 cups sugar in kettle. 
Add about 2 tblsp. mixed pick¬ 
ling spice tied in a cheesecloth 
bag making sure there is 




’ To Marry at Penticton 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thomas Avison, Silverton, 
B.C., announce the forthcoming marriage of their 
only daughter, Mary Ann, to Mr. Ian Robin Wilson 
Kinnell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ian Thomas Kinnell, 
Broadmead Avenue, Victoria. The wedding will take 
place Sept. 5 in Penticton United Church. Attend¬ 
ants from Victoria will be Miss Marion Hensen and 
Miss Lois Nordan. — (Miss Avison’s picture by 
Chevrons; Mr. Kinnell’s by Stocks of Penticton.) 


Mora than 400 wedding 
guests attended one of Oak 
Bay’s most noteworthy wed¬ 
dings this summer as Miss 
Lorna Chisholm exchanged 
wedding vows in St. Mary’a 
Church with Mr. Geoffrey 
Godolphin Rooper. 

The lovely and radiant bride 
la the daughter of Dr. and 
Mrs. Gavin Chisholm. The 
groom’s parents are Mr. Lionel 
Rooper. Saint Louis Street, 
and the late Mrs. Rooper. 

Canon H. L. Jones conduct¬ 
ed the ceremony. 

For the afternoon ceremony. 
Miss Chisholm was exquisitely 
gowned in ivory satin with 
white Chantilly lace forming 
an overlay and a dainty scal¬ 
loped neckline edged with lace, 
and long sleeves. Her mist of 
illusion veiling cascaded from 
a headdress to the hem of a 


Guests were received by the 
charming couple and their 
parents under a huge marquee 
on the grounds of the Ten 
Mile Point home of the Chis¬ 
holms. The bridal toast was 
proposed by her uncle. Mr. 
John Chisholm of Ottawa. 


Leaving on a motor trip to 
an undisclosed destination, the 
new bride wore a smart blue 
tweed suit with a small brown 
feather hat and a white orchid 
corsage. 

The Hoopers will live on 
Windsor Road on their return. 


Coulson-Holden Vows 
Made in Naden Chapel 


Vows wero exchanged in • Mr. Carl Strablo proposed 

^ _ _ HMCS Naden Chapel recently wedding toaata at s reception 

iihort"«tlck%f~dnnamon In it j •• Mil* Carol* Dddre Holden, at Dulcla a after wMch tha 


Cullimore-Faster 


For Beet Relish, combine 
1 quart finely chopped cab¬ 
bage, 1 quart finely chopped 
cooked beets, ltt cup* sugar, 
\ cup freshly grated horse 
radish, 1 tblsp. salt, 1 Up. black 
pepper. Mix well and pack in 
sterilized Jars. Cover with cold 
cider vinegar, and seal. No 
cooking, cookie. 

a A A 

For Gooseberry Jam. top 


_full, scalloped train. White 

Miss Laura I r 05 ***- stephanotis and heather 
Henderson. Mr. John McLean. Dr. and Mrs. Michael Penn. formed the bridal bouquet and 

From Sidney were Mr. end Mrs. F. J Allen. «° h" * own * h * 

A * a mothers pearls. 

Campbell River Visitors 

Mr. and Mrs Frank Stapley of Campbell River recently 
entertained guests from Victoria. PO and Mrs. C. J. Keen with j wide green taffeta cummer 
Judy and Michael. The Keens were accompanied to the bunds to match the hows on 
popular fishing centre by Mr. and Mrs. W. Bridger. ' their white mohair halo hats. 

“ ... of 


Bridal attendant* were a pic¬ 
ture in ice-green organza with 
billowy skirts accented with 


a a a 
Back Home to Comox 

Recant visitors to Victoria from Comox who have now 
returned home include Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hansen with Gall 
and Mra. Jean Lusney with Audrey and Richard. 

A LOVELIER YOU 

By Mary Sue Miller 


They carried bouquets 
white marguerites. 

Maid of honor was Miss 
Christine Hunter, and brides¬ 
maids. Miss Dorothy Peacock 
I of Vancouver and Miss Bar¬ 
bara Hunt of Cedar. 

Flower girl was the bride s 
niece. Leslie Chisholm of Ot 
tawa. dressed in white or 
ganza over pale green taffeta 
w»lh a poke bonnet of mohair 


Pastel gowns and flowers maid of honor chose a dress 
graced St. John’s Anglican of pink chiffon while brides- , 2 q ?* r . fOCW : ..lilt 

Church for the wedding Sat maids, the Misses Lauma Cul- Put c Tj ir | * 

urday of Miss Carol Anne limore and Dale Jones also coar * t VT?. /V 

Foster and Mr. Dennis Walter wore pink in gowns of nylon bring b0 “ 

Cullimore. and taffeta with velvet bodices. 10 minutes. Stir several 

Canon George Biddle united All attendants had wide white }° n^„ n d« 

the daughter of Mr and Mra. , bow headdresses, white acces- Gradually -^JnJ4 pounds 

Richard Foster. Carnarvon sories and carried pink roses ! u ** r ’\ brlng *° 

Street and the .on of Mr,. L.! »"d white renwhons. 5 relmitw. Add 

P. Cullimore. Lee Avenue and Best man from Vancouver {“.J* ™ R ov * any *cum 

Mr. W. G. Cullimore. Cadboro was Mr. Robert Brown and W Pcwr 

B»y R°«d. usher, were Mr Norm*. 

Wearing a full length gow n Amos and Mr. Ned Whitlaw. tightly and store in cool 

of white satin brocade she Following a reception atu. * y 
made herself. Miss Foster Holyrood House, the couple ** ’ , nf ra , D . 

chose a chapel length veil held ieft on a honvemoon trip up *** . ,f t - r the 

with . seed pearl .oronel. and Island, the new bride in a pink I 
a bouquet of pink rose, and wool suit with white aSa-1 rx-fberries have 
stephanotis. sorles. ; 10 minute*. Then measure both 


too. Brine to boll and boil . | daufhter of Mra. Dorothy Hoi- 
few minute.. Pour over the <**" of Victoria. bec.me the 
beet*, and real. ^ride of Mr Ronald Keith 

Coulson, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
W Coulson of Calgary. 

Given in marriage by her 
grandfather, Mr. A. Shelton 
of Edmonton, the bride chose 
a floor-length gown fashioned ; 
on the princess style of satin 
and lace. A coronet in satin I 
leaf design held her illusion 
veil and she carried red roses. 
Rev. W. L. Dalton officiated., 
Slater of the bride. Mrs. I 
Sandra Newhook, was matron | 
of honor in a salmon pink, 
gown and carrying a bouquet, 
of pink and white carnations. 
Bridesmaid Miss Gloria Porter 
wore blue and carried pink 
and yellow carnations. 

Flower girl Sherri Hussel- 
grave wore yellow organdy and 
carried pink and white flowers. 
Page boy was Allan Fluery. 

Mr. L. Dyer acred as best 
man and ushers Included Mr. 
Vic Pamper and Mr. Joe 
Brown. 


couple left on 

U.S. 


a trip to tho 


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DOMINION M0T0NJ IT0. 


Miss Sandr. M»< Lcod as They'll live in .Sidney. 


Wagner-Green 


Following their Vancouver 
Island honeymoon. Saturday, 
newlyweds Mr. and Mrs. Ernest 
Ernest Cameron Wagner will 
return to St. Sauveur Des 






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4. Do not expect to he «nd gre en ribbo n. *nd » bou 
amused around the clock. q 


For th# double-ring service, 
the slim bride chose a gown of 
embossed white organza with 
a full skirt and alight train. 

Monts. Que., where both served Accents were a square neck 
with the RCAF. line, shorr sleeves, and a 

The young couple were mar bowed hipline above the full 
ried here at St. Mark's Church ness of the skirl. Her pearled reached and it is ready 

by Canon Robert Willis. tiara held an elbow length veil f 0 r pouring Into the jars. 

The bride is the former and she carried a crescent of . - 

Marion Joan Green, daughter red rose*. Her pnneesa style 
Simpson was of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Green, engagement ring, matched Lumber Executive 


fruits and Juice and allow V 
cup sugar per cup of fruit 
and Juice. Cook until th* mix 
ture takes tha Jetty test. 

Place a small amount of the 
boiling Juice in s spoon, cool 
it slightly and let it drop back 
Into the pan from side of spoon. 
As the syrup thickens two 
large drops will form along the 
edge of spoon side by side 
and when these two drop* come 
together and fall as in one 
drop, the Jellying stage has 


ininieIT cTm* organization man and u * h * r * wer * Mr ' Tatter*al Drive. The groom's with a gold band, has been in, " tuui 

. * , f 1? Tommy Robertson. Mr. Clive mother, who attended the wed- the groom's family for year* Leave* WoOjHPW 


Barbecue Set 
At Fulford 

FULFORD More than 200 
chickens will give their all as 
the residents of Fulford com 
munlty hold their first out¬ 
door barbecue .Saturday, Aug. 
15. 

Held in the neighborhood of 
tha island's community hall, 
the barbecue, with all the 
trimming* home-made by the 
women of the community, is 
expected to attract guests 
from Victoria and up and down 1 
Vancouver Island as well as 
American visitors. 

Following the barbecue, he 
ginning at 6 pm, there'll be 
dancing in the Fulford hall. 



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make yourself scarce. Also 
give her time to relax and rest. 

5. bffer your help with tasks 
when it is needed. 6. If 
facilities are limited, take your 
ahower at times when the 
traffic is at a low. 

7. Tote the board and iron 

to your room if you must I d ^ kwl * ith tall b„ket* of veil In chapel length. A JTTLCS vienne Glaspie; *iuuuu io ms 

press a dress; this to avoid. flowers. wa. the scene of the white orchid centred in roses ^ ael Wa *ner and Mr. David brother J«nes of Vancouver, 

strains on the kitchen. A , Saturday wedding as Rev. B. and stephanotis foixned her 

Always keep your room as H a n 1 e y celebrated nuptial bouquet, 

tidy as you found It. 9. Before mM | (or Miss Maureen Eliza- Gowned alike were Mr*. 

Inviting in or calling on nearby both Jones and Mr. Ronald Berta Westoby and Mrs. Mar- 

friends. consult your hoajess.! Charles Booth. nie Bowden in aqua satin 

10. Make your departure at) Miss Jones is the daughter brocade with matching ban- 

of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jones, deaux and bouquets of pink 

High Street, and the groom's gladiolus and white feathered 

mother from North Vancouver carnations. • 

la Mrs. Margaret Bsoth. At the Oak Bay Beach Hotel 

Ave Maria was aung by Miss j the couple cut a* cake made 
Madonna McCabe during the by the bride and her cousin, 
signing of the register. For a honeymoon in Parks- 

Lustrous satin formed Miss ville and the Interior, the new 

Jones' formal wedding gown bride chose a soft moss green 

destgned with a sabrina neck- cashmere suit with white 

line of hand cut flowers and accessories and a white orchid 


Mra. C Evers in mauve andi VANCOUVER (CP) - The 
Miss Carol .Simons in pink ggKOOO estate of Elmer 
were senior and Junior attend-1 Stephen Glaspie. founder of 
ants in harem skirted, short G laapte Lumber Co. here, has 
gowns with posies of white pr0 bated in B.C. Supreme 
flowers. Court. He left a life Interest in 

Best man was Mr. Keith, the estate to his widow, Vi- 
Wagner and ushers were Mr \lenne Glaspie; $10,000 to his 

Micha-~ 

Gr **" His children Michael. 24. and 

Bridal toast was proposed by sheahan. 18. will share the 
Mr. A. Stone. Sr., at a reception residuary estate Mr. Glaspie 
at Holyrood House died July 5 at the age of 70. 




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The silence in the Library at Victoria College is 
absorbing. Students lose themselves in their stucW 
Deep in books In the library these days are men 
and women from many different parti of Canada. 


Seen here from left are Mr. Bois Zarry of V ictoria, 
teacher at S. J. Willis School, Mrs. W. B. Ramsell 
from Noranda. Quebec, and Mr. David Wight from 
London, On tana 


They crossed the continent to spend summer in Victoria. Dr. C. L Lambert- 
ton on the Summer School staff, teaches English at Dalhousie-Kinga 
University, Halifax, combines vacation with lectures. Hera with his wife 
and children, from left,'Jennifer, HikJegard and Rosa. 


For Six Weeks a Year 
4 Summer ’ Means 4 School ’ 


Learning to ipake teaching fun is a special course 
held at Summer School. Students, Mrs. Susan Betts, 
Miss Beverley McLeod and Miss Nannette Whale, 


listen to Mr. F. Martens who gives the classes on 
“Teaching Aids.” Here he explains how models can 
be used to capture the interest of school children. 


Bailtt (Tolmtinf VfcUrk, IX., 5«, A. f t, 1»S» 


Suntan is as important as psychology in August. Making the best of the 
summer and school Mi's. H. R. Knight, 198 Royal Avenue, teacher at Mt. 
View High School, and Miss Janice Jackson, 485 Joffre Street, wait for 
their class to begin. 


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Students Work Hard 
But They Enjoy It 

By CAREL KENDALL 


Colonist Photos by Jim Ryan 


Summer and School seem to be words which are 
almost contradictory but for six weeks every year they 
are synonomous with hard work to the 600 students 
who take courses at Victoria College Summer School. 


The 600 come from many different places and vary 
in age from six to 60. 

The six-year-olds are part of a demonstration class 
used to teach students to teach, and amongst the 60’s 
are occasional grandparents who plan to return to 
teaching after a long absence. 

Summer School students come to Victoria from 
many different places. Most of them are adult, often 
already earning their living as teachers, perhaps needing 
extra subjects or refresher courses. Sometimes they are 
people who are working against time who cannot spend 
the usual number of years taking a degree. Then there 
are the sad few who have failed after the normal 
sessions and have to re-sft some exams. 

The staff too. comes from far and wide. 

This year there are lecturers from such widely 
separated places as California and Kamloops, Oregon 
and Ohio, Vancouver ahd Halifax. 

Several members of the staff return annually be¬ 
cause Victoria is a pleasant place to spend summer. 
Keen fishermen and boatsmen combine lecturing with 
their hobbies and hope to be invited to come here year 
after year. 

Two gentlemen from Ohio, Mr. F. Seawall, who 
lectures in geography, and Mr. Frank R. Peters, a psy¬ 
chology lecturer had never met until they both came 
to Vicioria this year, although they teach on the same 
campus, Ohio University. ’ 

Students find little time to spare. The usual 
college year lasts eight months and is condensed to six 
weeks. Perhaps lecturers speak faster, notes are 
scribbled quicker and books are skimmed through, but 
somehow the courses are absorbed in the shortest 
possible time. It is not always ideal from an education 
view point to cram so much into so many so quickly, 
hut it is necessary. And anxious students can mull over 
their notes after they have taken their exams, and find 
time later to expand their knowledge. 

Several subjects included 
in Summer School are not 
in the normal college cur¬ 
riculum. 

One is a children’s liter¬ 
ature course. It is very 
popular and given usually 
by Miss R. Carter from 
Oregon. 

Another class for sum¬ 
mer school only, is a de¬ 
monstration teaching class. 

Summer School closes in 
August, giving the college 
breathing space before the 
teenager students take over 
again in the fall. 


Out of school ... in school. Children from Victoria schools clamor to get 
in this demonstration class at college. Held for the benefit of student- 
teachers the children enjoy this “busman’i holiday" ... so do their 
parents. In charge of this class is Mrs. L. Holdridge, teacher at George 
Jay school. 


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Your Problems 


By Ann Landers 


Dear Ann Landers: Our neighbor* have two sons 11 
and 12 years of age. Their parents caught them smok¬ 
ing so they gave them permission to smoke plus several 
packages of cigarets. They said, “If the boys want to 
] smoke we’d rather they do it in front of us than behind 
j our backs.” They also reasoned that the kids would 
1 probably tire of smoking and quit of their own accord. 

I Well, they arent getting 


Jan Joslin entrances the crowd with her warm 
brown Blin and Blin topper with matching Persian 
lamb collar. Her hat is a phantom brocade draped tur¬ 


ban. Audience watching Glamourama numbered 
close to 900.—(Colonist photos by Jim Ryan.) 


_■ 

Paris ’ Latest Leggy Look 
Definitely Not for Victoria 


would they give them permis¬ 
sion to do it "in front of them 
rather than behind their 

back*?” 

When parents don’t know 
how (or haven’t the courage) 
to say no to their children 
they are abdicating their re¬ 
sponsibilities. These dunder¬ 
heads should have laid down 
the law. stated the reasons, 
then seen to it that the kids 
obeyed. 

Tell your 10-year old that he 
can’t smoke because it’s not 
good for him and to quit 
nagging because the subject is 
closed for the next eight years. 


★ ★ ★ 



‘Glamourama’ 
Response 
Proves Point 


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★ ★ 


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Helen Biemes shows a 
striking charcoal suit with 
silver fox collar and a 
draped black velvet turban 
of coque feathers. 


Presbyterian 
Girls’ Camp 
Opens Friday 


The leg_ 

fashion fluffy in^ Paris. Is 
definitely not for Victoria 
this fall. 

Hemlines higher or lower? 

The low* have it. 

Indicative of local reaction 
was the premier showing of 
fall stylings st the Victoria 
Symphony Society sponsored 
•’Glamourama." staged by the 
T. Eaton Company 

The latest line from the 
House of Dior, dubbed the 
“ leggiest look since the 
shimmy.” "the kneecap look." 
"the battle of the bare knee” 
and other less flattering names, 
is creating quite an upset In 
haute couture circles. 

♦ * * 

But In Central Junior High's 
gym. 900 fashion conscious 
women murmured In approval 
as commentator Ida Clarkson 
remarked: 

"This year’s ensembles will 

cover the kneecap, but only 
Just” 

And the clothes shown 
proved her point. 

The warmth of the day was 
a marked contrast to the 
luxurious furs and pelt trim¬ 
med suits offered. 

Topcoats this season tend 
to the bulky, deep piled fabrics 
—wool tweeds, alpaca, boucle 
and mohair. 

* * ♦ 

Shades of Dickens were 
seen in a greatcoat of bronzed 
green plaid with deep square 
pockets for side interest, 
teamed with a chic cloche in 
orange and green. 

Mushroom alpaca made up 
into another boxy topper with 
double button detailing and 
shaded brown heaver 

The colors imprinted 
were grey and naturals with 
a dash of flame. Muted colors 
to match the season seem to 
be the thing. 

One Sybil Connolly creation 
caught the fancy with its 




tired, and they aren't quitting. 

It’s disgusting to see these two 
smart alecks puffing away on 
the street. And It’s creating 
problems with our own chil¬ 
dren. They think they should 
be allowed to smoke, too. Our 
eon who is 10 doesn't under¬ 
stand why he can’t get the 
same deal. Please give us some 
help. 

- DISGUSTED PARENTS. 

Dear Disgusted Parents: 

These people have cornflakes 
where their brains belong. If 
thfir sons wanted to drink 
wood alcohol and carry a gun 

Brothers WtnCl Help 

Dear Ann: My wife is the 
only girl in a family of six 

I brothers. Her parents are in 
their 70's and in poor health. 

They have a big house and 
canH keep help because they’re 
hard to 
brothers 

only girl it’s her duty to move 
her family Into the folks’ 
house and care for them or 
take the old folks into her 
horn#. 

| Taking them into out home 
la out. My wife is not a strong 
woman and shed kill herself 
' trying to take care of them. 

None of the brothers want the 


HA 



pa rents in their homes he 
cause they say it's a daugh¬ 
ter’s duty, not a daughter in¬ 
law's. What should be done? 

-S.O.S. 

Dear S.O.S.: According to 
the law in most states it’s the 
please My wife's children’s obligation to care 
say since she’s the for aged parents. This means 
noth sons and daughters, 
suggest a seven member fami¬ 
ly puw wow. Either find 
housekeeper and/or a practical 1 
nurse who will care for the 
old folks for a top salary or 
move them to a nursing home 1 
where they ran gel the care 
they need. All expenses should, 
be split seven ways. - 


September Wedding 

Mr*. George W. Hunt, 3225 Uplands Road, an¬ 
nounce* the engagement of her only daughter, 
Dorothy Ellen, to Mr. Joseph John Haegert, son 
of Mr. and Mr*. Joseph Haegert, 1516 Pembroke 
Street. The wedding will take place at 7 p.m. Sept. 
5 at St. John’s Anglican Church.—(Photo by Robert 
Fort.F 


Weds Art Student 


i MargaretO ’Brien 
:: Nervous Bride 

HOLLYWOOD <UPI> — A The newlyweds sail Monday 
radiant Margaret O’Brien, for * or Honolulu where they wiU 
mer academy award winning honeymoon for a month, 
child star, married 


24-year- 

Ho ip Can I Save Her? •° M » rt •' u<,, ‘ n, >«'*"»•>• 

ceremony at St. Martin Tour* 
“ w mon, y "> buy C»ihollc Church. 

They « dT»»«*nl .. day '< '*»• 

and night. I hate to think of both Margaret, who will be 22 
her throwing her life away on in January, and Harold Robert 
a noaccount like this. What 
can I do to save her? DAY 
AND NIGHT. 

Dear D and N: Probably 
nothing and it’s a crying 


Dear Ann: Our daughter is 
19 and a sweet girl. She’s been 
going with a hoy 10 months 
1 and no one can figure it out. 

He has no manner*, dresses 
I like a beatnik and can't even 
■ say “Good evening.” He says 
j “Howdy.” He treats her- like 
dirt and if she’s not dressed 
: and ready he leaves and slams shame, 
the door. Some people have.to get 

! She wants to get married their lumps the hard way and 
next month and it’s breaking your daughter is one of these 
my heart. She has a wonderful unfortunates. Say one more 
job and he works when he feels 
like it. The girl makes her own 


Allen, Jr., son of an aircraft 
design specialist. 

Margaret, who said she was 
“nervous enough for both of 
us ” spoke her vows in a 
tremulous voice. 

“I'm sure I'll forget some¬ 
thing,”. Margaret said as she 
lushed around her apartment 


Polygamy 
To End 

NAIROBI. Kenya (API — 
The government Is prepar¬ 
ing new marriage laws ban¬ 
ning polygamy and giving 
women divorce rights In 
Kenya's considerable Indian- 
origin community. They are 
patterned on the laws of 
independent India. Child 
marriage would be banned. 


Country Women Call 
For End to Atom Tests 


An jncrease over last year's 
turnout is expected as Glinz 
Lakes Thunderblrd Camp 
opens the gate for 65 Pjeshy 


Natural sapphire mink 
Jacket and stunning Paris 
creation worn by Helen 
Riernes drew a gasp from 
tha audience. 


Exquisite champagne In¬ 
fanta seal with a pastel 
mink collar is worn by 
Helle Drost. a 


EDINBURGH (Reuters) — clear tests “destructive to hu 
A world convention of country manity” for the sake of “sate- 
women called here this week guarding *He human race from 
for an end to nuclear weapons extinction and in the names of 
testa. Innocent women and chll- 

Tha ninth triennial confer- children.” 
once of tha ‘Associated Coun¬ 
trywomen of tha World passed 
a resolution Wednesday urg 


thing as a last shot ask her making last minute prepara , 
to talk to your clergyman. lions. “I’m not even sure yet 
what flowers I’m going to car¬ 
ry. I think It might be one big 
white lily.” 

Show business notables at 
the ceremony included actor 
Pat O’Brien, comedian Joe. E. 
Biown. TV star Steve Allen, 
song writer Jimmy McHugh 
• and composer-conductor Mere- 
aith Willson. 

Bridesmaids w*ere actress 
I Anna Maria Alberghetti and 
Mias O'Brien s !0 year-old 
cousin, Maggie Bogue. 

Margaret's mother died 
nearly a year ago. 

The petite bride wore the 
traditional white wedding 


mg the suspension of all nu- 


Lur * To Help Lady Mount batten 

I mainly 1 * 

Wren Officer Named 


Victoria naval reserve Wren i secretary for Lady Mount- 


vivid green. 

a A * 
Stealing from the men. 


Cwirl Discharged 
After 40-Day Coma 


pleated walking skirt. Cream , 

caramel in color, nubby in officer. Lieut. (W) Margaret batten during the visit 

texture, it was matched with Neilson, has been assigned to Enrolling in the navy in 1953 
assist Lady Mountbatten •» £ 

.... . Toronto when the 1959 Cana acting sub-lieutenant. After VANCOITVER (CP) —Nona 

terian girl* and leaders who haVcorm up ^th the dUn National Exhibition if training at HMCS Cornwallis, Bareson* 17. of Williams I^ike 

begin a 10 day camping per haberdasher • look as models opened Aug. 26 by Admiral of j she returned to the staff of has been discharged from St. 

rhoae bowlers, fedoras — In the Fleet Earl Mountbatten. Flaf Officer Pacific Coast on Paul's Hospital here after 

The Wren officer, of HMCS °° ntlnuoul naval duty. making what her doctor called 

Malahat will act as personal Promoted to lieutenant In a remarkable recovery from 


mil 


The conference of about 
1,000 delegates from rural 
women's clubs in 34 countries, gown, an Italian design ml m 
opened Tuesday. the fashionable new short 

The association grew out of length with a large collar and 
a union of women’s rural as big buttons down the back 
sociations set up to improve Over this was a large veil with 
the standard of living of a velvet flower. She wore 
countrvfolk. In the vanguaid ^ng white gloves and white 
of the movement was the *hoes. She carried flowers and 


Canadian Women's Institute, 
founded in Stoney Creek. On!., 
in 1897 by Mrs. Xdelaide 
Hunter Hoodless. 

Mrs. Hoodies* decided rural 
women should have a chance 
at instruction to reduce the 
hazards of country living. 


a lace handkerchief she said 
was given her by columnist 
Louella Parsons who carried it 
at her own wedding. 


MAIL 
A PARCEL 


Lots of mall 
going out 
these day a. 
Such an easy 
way to say 
hello and 
thank you. The 
store looks 
after every- 
thing^-for the 
price of the 
candy plus 
what poMage 
is required. 



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CANDY SHOP 

74S FORT 


lod Friday. 

Cam peri and lugg.ge will particular a Halt* Carnet* 
leave Victoria at 9 a m Friday •"tUhtcap" I- Jewelled garnet- 
in a flotilla of cara from St.' and 
Andrew's Church. 


broad • brimmed slouch 
hats. Most shown, however. 
_ . , ... i were of the turban style, of 

Durtng the camp girl, will r>brir , nd 

participate In cralta. awlm , evening wear the trend 
ming. Blhie atudy and Hinging „ (0 .honed aklrta. 

Deaconess Miss Winnifred *hape was seen in a 

Ripley will he director of the Ashing red dress with pomps 


BO AC to Start 
Pacific Jet Run 


continuous naval duty. 

Promoted to lieutenant in 
1956, ahe returned to the active head injuries which kept her 
list, reserve, and joined a firm in a coma for 40 days. Nona] 
of chartered accountants in suffered the injuries in a fail 
Victoria. from a horse May 17. 


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half of its round the^world jet 
service Aug. 22. 

A BOAC application to fly 


LONDON (Reuters > — Brit 
ish Overseas Airways Corpora- 

. . _ .. -- - tion has announced it will start 

camp, assisted by Dr. Mary rtour panniers and a decollete op * r ating the Iran* Pacific 
Roberts of Sookc. Mrs. Mildred n ^ c )dine. 

Young of Nanaimo, Miss Ella * a * 

Bone of Duncan. Miss Pat p or symphonv nights, a 

Harley of Vancouver. Mi*< th ,atre ensemble in gold bro ^^^ N^’YoVk San Fran 
Joanne Stag* of Victoria. Mr CRf j e was lavish. risco. Honolulu Tokyo and 

Of the two evening gown* Hong Kong and hack has been 
in the collection. Robell of approved In Washington. 
Sweden was outstanding with 
hi* Jewel toned water print 
worn with a Cerulean sapphire 
mink. 


XllFn Aiken, student minister 
of Victoria Presbytery. Miss 
Nancy Dunn and Miss Peggy 
Creelman. Mrs. A- Crofts. Mrs. 

D. Draper and Mrs. G. S. 

Hodge. , 

Visitors’ day for parent* 
and friends Is the closing day, < julli-sar Off trial 
Sunday, ^ug. 23. I 


Seven Survive 
Survival Diet 

PENNE. France (Reuters) — 
Five Frenchmen and their two 
dogs came into the sunlight 
for the first time in a week 
from a cave where they were 
testing a new survival ration. 
Men and dogs were found to 
be in good condition. The ra¬ 
tion gave each man the equi- 
tion gave each man the equiva¬ 
lent of 2.000 calories a day. 


Retire* from Worry 

CASTLFGAR <CP» — Com 
misaioner J. C. McLeod, whose 
bylaw for waterworks im¬ 
provements were twice de¬ 
feated. has resigned from the 
village commission. He blamed 
worry over the bylaws for his 
retirement. 



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The Blue Water 


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leedsy, Aufuat 9, 19S9 


By John Frederic Gibson 


Best Wav Is on Foot 


Experts agree that the best way to see 
England’s lake district is on foot. A 
tiny area of 35 square miles, it con¬ 
tains the loveliest and most diversified 


and preserve the essence of 
their experiences ashore and 
afloat for less courageous 
(they think) successors. 

Not many men have the 
mental and physical require¬ 
ments for lohg. solitary jour¬ 
neys across the sea. Personal¬ 
ly. I enjoy summer boating 
but prefer to do the “beam 
ends off ('ape Horn in a bliz¬ 
zard” kind of thing second¬ 
hand. Books on the sea can 
be enjoyed for themselves or 
they can be instructive. Mil¬ 
lions of words are written 
each year by journalists who 
cross the oceans on rafts or 
in orange boxes, by sailors 
who are amateur writers, and 
vice versa. Books aie written 
about our coasts and harbors. 
Books are written about cook- 
scenery in the country. This is Butter- ( ing at sea And. herewith, it 
mere, one of the 16 lakes in the sec-' is possible to write about writ- 
tion. ing about the sea. 

I Miles Smeeton'a new book 


*Beam Ends Off Cape Horn 


Old men forget—but luckily , “Once Is Enough.” describes a 
some younger men write hooks voyage (well-known here» in 


Ask No 
You Can 


By WILLIAM hi JNDF.RI.AND 

ROME (UPI> — Want a car 
cheap? If you ve got the time, 
a little money and don’t ask 
iilly questions, you ran buy it 
piece by piece in Rome a 
fabulous Flea Market. 

The Flea Market takes over 
the Porta Portese every Sun¬ 
day morning. Some 500 stalls 
are set up on the mad running 
along the Tiber River. 

A haven for tourists and 
Italians alike, the market of 
fers anything from American- 
made blue Jeans to an old wed 
ding dress; from genuine 
<ma)he> silver randalahra to 
• chair with only three legs. 

And you really ran buy that 
ear. provided you want to go 
on a number of Sundays, buy 
It piece by piece and carry the 
parts home to put together, 
and not ask just where the 


istions in Flea Market 
Whole Car—in Pieces 


* * * 

Some Rent Treasure* Offered 
Along Rome'* Porlu Portese 
* ¥ * 


But whether the intention is 
to buy or not. the Flea Market 
of Rome is a worthwhile stop 
for any visitor to the Eternal 

City. 


the Tzu-Hang from British 
Columbia to Cape Horn. The 
intention was to sail to Eng¬ 
land. W r hen 900 miles west of 
the Straits of Magellan, the 
yacht was pitched into an in¬ 
verted loop, stem over stern. 
She righted herself and was 
sailed to Coronel for repairs. 
A second attempt to round the 
Horn met with., the same 
results The les>on in thia 
book «if you want one» is that 
yachts do not survive when al¬ 
lowed to drift under bare poles. 
A false dictum has been satis¬ 
factorily confounded. 

Technical hooks abound. 
“Your Outboard Cruiser” by 
David Klein; “Boatowners* 
Handbook” by W. H deFon- 
taine; “Boat Carpentry” by 
Hervey Garrett Smith. Peter 
Heatons twin efforts. “Sail¬ 
ing*’ and “Cruising.” are com 
prehensive and invaluable. 

The British Columbia Pilot, 
Vnl. I. is now out of print, 
hut old copies can he found in 
the darkest corners of the sec¬ 
ond hand bookshops. The new¬ 
er ones were printed in Ot 
taws; older versions come 
from the United States; the 
original volumes came from 
London. These publications are 
| informative For instance: 
Roche Harbor is described in 
detail and we are told that al¬ 
though the charted depth at 
the north entrance is five 
fathoms there is usually a 
depth of only three fathoms at 
low- water. Nice to know*. 





JOHN FREDERIC GIBSON 

Classics of the sea like 
Weston Martyr’* “Southsea- 
man" or Erskin Childcis’ ‘The. 
Riddle of the Sands” are found 
aboard most boats that gel out 
beyond the shadow and the 
smell of the cedars. And such 
tales, written entirely for en¬ 
joyment. are often the most 
instructive. They do not tell 
you how' to get out of a hun¬ 
dred hypothetical difficulties 
but distill each writer’s actual 
experiences with the sea and 
the winds. 

Necessarily, all publications 
are incomplete, and it is from 
the accurate observations and 
recordings in tha logs of boat- 
owners that the required in¬ 
formation must come There 
are always gaps to he filled. 


(Government Orders (!lianj»e 



VICTORIA'S 
LEADING RESORT 

Bajey the »»« fco*pu*lity 
•sUnitv* m-t ration UcUtti** • • 
thU ouUUiutinc rrsort. or r***r»* 
a table IB our maimfirent m*«in* 
flaw dinin* room, ft lunch. nlUr- 
noon it* of dinner 
A perfBft aettlni and ***ry teettlt? 
a valla Mb for wbddlng r*c*pt on* 
and banquet' Dining room aaatlng 
capacity 1M 

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man selling the parts got them 

Over the yeais a number of 
persons have bought for a few 
dollars antiques that turned 
out to he worth many thou¬ 
sands. But in this day and age 
the inexperienced buyer is tsk 
ing a chance. 

That lovely Etruscan vase 
that lay buried for a few 
thousand years that you man¬ 
aged to buy for $15 may he 
two weeks old and worth half 
the price. 

Actually, the expert antique 
dealers of Rome comb the 
Porta Portese as soon as it 
opens early Sunday morning, 
buying any valuable goods 
that may come to light among 


the stacks and stacks of funk. 

Every Sunday thousands 
upon thousands of persons 
swarm the street, picking and 
choosing, looking or haggling. 
Only the very, very uninitiated 
pays the original price asked 
by the stall keeper. He sava 
10.000 lire, the buyer says five. 
Usually the compromise la 
reached somewhere in be¬ 
tween. possibly in favor of the 
buyer, if he or she knows the 
proper moment to say. “That’s 
too much” and walk away. 

Travelling musicians and 
beer and cold drink vendors 
mix with the beggars and 
pickpockets along the mile- 
long route. 


Paris Waits for Tourists 
Then Everything Closes 


One common thread runs 
through almost all publics 
tions about the sea. 

The men who race their 
yachts or sail deep waters or 
cruise in their outboards are 
all accepting a challenge. 
Certainly, there is pleasure in 
boating, but most boat owners 
respect the sea: Mime fear it. 
And it is the fearful who do 
the greatest feats and write 
the best hooks. They have to 
pmve themselves and they 
pass on to you. in their writ¬ 
ings. the method* by which 
they conquer many tilings. 

Most of these voyages are 
useless, of .course. They dis¬ 
cover no pew land: they do 
not* raise our standard of 
living or hiced any doves of 
peace; they do not lower the 
bus fares or the price of 
, electricity. The men who 
so voyage make very little 
money. 

We in oujr modern, labor- 
saving. heated, cooled, box 
like houses can think of a 
man out alone in the middle 


Good Tips 
For Trips 

Tips for sensible planning 
of your vacation trip: 

Don't aim too high for 
daily milage; always reserve 
a few days at vacation's end 
for rest; use id miles per 
hour, not M, as average 
speed in planning advance 
reservations. 

If ymi expect to use fer¬ 
ries, obtain the latest sched¬ 
ules; allow for toll costs, 
which may he higher than 
you think; get a complete 
set of current maps; start 
early and stop early each 
day; and have a complete 
car checkup before atarting 
out. 


of the Atlantic in a small boat. 
We either envy him or wt 
pity him. Which U it? 

Should you he full of envy 
it is certain that your beat 
place is on the beach with 
the children. You may do 
greater deed*, but your voyag¬ 
ing should be in an armchair, 
sedentary shipmate with tho 
ghost* of Slocum. Qerhault, 
O’Bilan and Captain Voas. 


Competition Is Keen 
In Coconut-Husking 

By 4. C. GRAHAM J husking. They claim to he 
AVARUA. Cook Islands world champion* at the art. 

• CP> Where other countries j n copra making, the fibre 
hold contests In log • rolling, husk surrounding the coconut 
wood chopping or sheep shear mu * t first he stripped off. The 
ing. the native* of the South average person might worry 
I Pacific compete in coconut *way at thi* outer husk for a 
” long time in trying to remove 


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it. South Sea Islanders 
husk a nut in seconds. 

The method favored In the 
Pacific Islands i* to set a 
needle-sharp slake point up- . 
ward in the ground and thrust 
the coconut vigorously onto 
the point, then strip the outer ■ 
husk away from the Inner nut. 

It looks like a highly danger¬ 
ous operation, but the islanders 
become exceedingly skilled at 
it. 

Husking contests are a fea 
ture of most big occasions on 
some of the islands. 

Recently, a record was 
claimed at Atiu Island, in the 
Cook group of the South Pa 
cific. Now another island of 
the same group. Manihiki, has 
claimed the record. 

Geoige Karaponga of Tukao 
village, picked coconuts at ran 
dom off a heap and husked 
260 in 28 minutes. His best 
burst was 51 in five minutes. 

Women of the same island 
are also in training for a fe¬ 
male record and claim that 
they will be able to return a 
.figure of at least 260 coconuts 
an hour. 


PARIS fNANA) — Frances 
new commissioner for tourism 
wants his countrymen to stop 
leaving town every year Just 
when the big money it arriv¬ 
ing from ahmad. 

Jean Sainteny,' appointed by 
the de Gaulle government to 
give the flagging French tour¬ 
ist business a long-needed 
shaking up. says the practice 
of restaurants and other enter-. 
prises which cater to foreign 
visitors shutting down at the 
peak of the tourist season is 
costing France millions of do! 
lars. He suggests they remain 
open in July and August, ar¬ 
ranging to stagger holidavs 
for their employees during 
other months. 

MAY NEED IJAWR 

In fact. Sainteny has broadly 
hinted, If this isn’t done volun¬ 
tarily. the government may 
he forced to introduce legis¬ 
lation on the subject. 

The annual summer closing 


of business enterprises is a 
longstanding tradition and. 
with the introduction of com 
pulsory paid vacation laws, has 
become more widespread than 
at any time since the Second 
World War. 

August is the favorite month 
for “la fermeture annuellc” 
.the most relished words in the 
average Frenchman's vocabu¬ 
lary. But some shops ring 
down their shutters in July 
and don't resume again until 
mid September. Whole lac 
tones close dow n. 

AUGUST DESERT 

Paris is particularly affected 
by the summer exodus. The 
throbbing French capital has 
been described as a “desert” 
in August and this is not far 
wrong. As Paris remains the 
Mecca of foreign visitors, this 
situation especially draws 
Staineny’s ire 

Hotels keep running, but the 
August traveller in Paris <s 
apt to find himself walking 


for miles through streets 
where the only other signs ot 
life come from other tourists. 

The famous restaurants he 
has dreamed of trying are 
closed, as are roost of the 
bettei known shops, and the 
tourist is liable to find that 
getting a suit pressed or shirt 
laundered is a matter requir¬ 
ing prolonged negotiations, if 
he is lucky, or is just plain 
out of the question, If he isn’t. Mextro City 

VENT SPLEEN Toronto 

New 1 ork 

All in all. the Parisians who, Miami 
by some mischance, are caught Montreal 
in Paris in August resent It Quebec 


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Gaudy British Braces 

k t 

On a Foreign Beach... 


LONDON tCPl—The emer 
genre of a new, mloimai Bri¬ 
ton—the chap who daringly 
peel* off hi* coat in hot 
weather—appear* to be stir¬ 
ring up international tensions. 

Frenchmen, it seems, aie 
making fun of British braces. 

British tourists aie return¬ 
ing from French vacations 
with all sorts of stories con¬ 
firming thia. 

In nearly every ease, they 
say. Frenchmen laugh. 

Comedian Harry Secomhe. a 
belt man himself, has been 
moved to poetry: 

“Gaudy British braces 
“On a foreign beach, 

“See. the Frenchman races, 
“Screaming out of reach.” 


At home. British braces 
have also come under heavy 
fue. And it's all because of the 
Heat. It has been a scorcher 
of a summer, one of the hottest 
on the hooks, and even howler- 
hatted businessmen have been 
seen to doff then >uit <*oat*. 

Braces marmfacturer* have 
jumped on the bandwagon 
with a great display of bright¬ 
ly-colored products to please 
the most critical e>e. 

But. on the basis of existing 
information, it appears they 
have failed to win national ap¬ 
proval. 


spleen on the hapless foreign 
arrival. 

Sainteny and other foreign 
tourist experts are aware that 
it is a major reason — along 
with high prices why Franc* 
has been losing outjn recent 
years to it* Europe*an neigh 
hors, especially Italy, as a 
tourist attraction. 

Sainteny concedes It is too 
late to alter the situation 
much this Near. But he and 
Cultural Affairs Minister 
Andre Malraux are planning a 
“brilliant Paris season” for 
the whole summer of 1960. I 
And he aims to make sui r 
there are, for a change, aoine I 
Parisian* around to make the 
foreigners comfortable. 

To EUROPE 1 

SACK MONKY 

IY AIR AND SHIP 

ON THE OFF-SEASON 

B.. Cargo Ship. Montreal to 
tendon *110. via Panama *300 

Low lorn la all Vara** Taar affinal 
li< Art affif» lar air. rail. oXia aaM Xa« 
Pa%«*art farm* rnatpin.d Trarrl and 
Xa||i f . laoaraara. Bat*!*, raaarlo, 
laara ail iririm. 

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WILLIS TRAVEL SERVICE 

1994 ftOUGLAS ST.. EY 24712 


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wait for ttiw “riftit timo” bocauto tN romantic spill tf 
Hawaii linfors all year round. 

Tbo promist of ‘ Aloha land” con bo fulfillod for yoo or yttir 
two week vacation. Yoo can fly ror stop aay Friday — tpond 
three Saturdays there 

fvea H the pocketbook it %\m, don’t letjfour dream vacattoo 
slip away. For as little as $25-that's 1Q% of your Special 
Tourist Excursion Round-Trip Faro-you coo bo In Nawaii on 
Canadian Pacific's Fly Now, Pay Later Plan. 

Tbe other 50 weeks art mere enjoyable, whan you ve *ont 
2 in Hawaii. Any argument to «• . 

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TAKE American Express Travelers Cheques 

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VANCOUVER (CP) Rod 
n*y Waslcy Garrett, fraw-lanr* 
misflinnary. i« now owner and 
skipper of the yawl Southern 
Cron* II and soon will he sail¬ 
ing Udder canvas to Fiji. 

For 16 yeara the husky Aus¬ 
tralian ha* nursed an ambition 
to do marine missionary work. 
Seeking a suitable vessel, he 
came to Vancouver three yeaia 
ago. 

To support.his wife and four 
children, he sold life insurant* 
and saved enough to buy the 
Southern Cross. He hopes to 


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Daaambar • Jaaaary • February 1 

I* *Xn4t «• n> mr t* Wto| hNftr I 

NOW 

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• *4 Nn tsr WHX •*ery Is- 1 

QtratWs r«*» i »#rr Ntj mu*, es 1 
•*iihI fern it art *e femr r**»rv*tl*s« 1 

FOR 

NO DEPOSIT RKQI IRED ON 1 
AIR ROOKINGA MADE NOW 

HAWAH 

Tft4 YATES 

FIlTHIRtTONI SSSi \ 



sail to the Fiji Islands this 
month. 

, If enough money is avail¬ 
able. ha will send his family 
ahead by liner, but if neces¬ 
sary he wnll take them with 
him in the little craft. 

The vessel has in all welded 
steel hull aad was built in 
Vancouver In 1947. She i* 44 
feet long with a beam of 11 
feet, seven inches. 

She has a 35 foot spruce 
mainmast and an 18-foot, six- 
inch miz/en and can carry 
519 square feet of canvas. 
There i* sleeping accommoda¬ 
tion for six and a new 10- 
horsepower auxiliary diesel 
engine and two new sets ol.. 
sail. 

Unsupported by any church 
or sect. Mr. Garrett has per¬ 
sonally raised the funds for 
t the venture with the help of 
friends. 

He has a first aid certificate 
and plans to (tve medical aid 
to islanders in remote atolls. 
He will carry a radiotele¬ 
phone. 

He has sortie practical know ¬ 
ledge of navigation, having 
spent 12 years at sea. includ¬ 
ing 18 months In small boats 
i ofl the New Guinea coast 


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VICTORIA OFFICE 
TELEPHONE EV3-4111 


CLASSIFIED WANT ADS 


DUNCAN BUREAU 
TELEPHONE 1600, 1602 


20 Batin tfnloniat S DEATHS 

Sunday, August 9, 19S9 


AFTEK HOUR 
TKLEPHON ES 
11.30 p.m. to H am. 
Circulation EV 5-0*25 
Sport* EV S 7000 
Editorial EV 3-4599 or 
EV 3 *399 

SUBSCRIPTION ILaTES 
Wh*r«vtr earner aervlcw a mai 
tamed 32 00 prr muntA 


By mail 
tain. YU 

J 


Urul Bn 


14 crc'.a Sunday 

Canada. 

Territory -me »* 
nooUm. 110 UU. three 
t; unfit month Cl "0 


Authmaad a* an'i«l data maiL 
P*»t OTOca Deparmmi Ottawa 
**—- — -* Audit Bureau of Cl5 


classified rates 

57« | 



DO^BON In Vwtana. BC. "« 

Aufu” K \m Mr L*«l»* Bar- 
rlngUm r>»pann. a *e<1 36 yaart: 
h»»rn in London, England and a 
remdent of Vlrtarta- fnr the jw«t 
11 year* formerly «f China for 
24 veara He leave* hi* wife 
(.wend".line daugMer Vivien, and 
ton. Brian 

Funeral »rrvtre* will he held 
in the Sand* Mortuary Limited. 

Memorial Chapel of Chime*" nn 
Tuevlav AufUM 11. 19B# U > P m . 

Rev R C H Howell offlclatm* 

Cremation 

JAMES Aufuat • I'M. af Rnval 
Jubilee Hospital Victoria. Dr hoc- 
man Vernon Jame* aged 73 year*, 
of nr Kart Saamrh Road Dr 
Jame* wa« oorr in Portage La 
Prairie Man and had resided 
here for the pact 4 year* He waa 
former Dominion Government 
Veterinarian at Regina for *everal 
year* and was proprietor .H the 
Gatden Rule Horae Ranrh at 

He i* survived tly* hja^wue"jean- 14 ANNOUNCEMENTS 22 SALESMEN, AGENTS 26 

ette at home and a brother Brie —--— - - -I-- 

Jame* of Winnipeg. , GOING. GOING. GONE: 

Funeral service* In HaywanTa Ye* f.e Umply year* lYr# been 


3* PERSONALS 60 FUEL_ 

Th.s Momog* Bu r e°u k HAND p (CKED F|R 

MILLWOOD 

sets £.Tsr .sr 5 rS 2 y 2 cords .... $14.00 

Oran villa Street. Vancouver BC. 

DRV PHI MILLWOOD 

1 CORD.$10 00 , 

2 CORDS....S19 00 i 


ANYONE WILLING ABLE TO 
help transport another Grade 
atudant to and trou Queen Mai 
gareta School Duncan and co 
her of Ann and Garden Street*, 
or Coronation and Trunk plena* 
contact Mr* U Henaon. phone 
Duncan 30B-L Ola dir ahara *s- 


__rale* on application 

Minimum advertising. two itnea 
fknJi Nolle**. >1 » pet Inaertxm 

Marriage*. In MerrvTlum Notice* 
Card* nf Thank* we exceeding 13 
II73 per inaectmo. Each ad 
sal line 17c dally 

Funeral None#*- aot #*• 
_ Unea Si 71 first tnaer- 

_ and fl 25 subsequent tnaer 

ttona Each additional Una 17d 
dailv . 


i Company 
u tiding EV 


di'leutl 


In tha event at an error nrrur 
I tha uabtuty of Victnna Preaa 
■hall not exceed the charge 
-- -d by 


tt. - 

for tha spar* 
tha item in <t 


TERMS OF PUBLICATION 

Tha Victoria Preaa l 


, 045 Fort Street 


s-sins. 


EV 2-1427 


REAL ESTATE SALESMEN 
The greatest offer to real estate 
aaieamen ever offered: 

L The tine at eatahliahed mortgage 


female help 
WANTED 


1 Second 


•% interest 


... ___ Chajiel on Tuesday afternoon at l 90 r«»ng t« fry a pair of hearing 

M C Sna c£r Hr ' ( ,rv * n Oeorge Biddle official "2JL *\!L*2L^Tied 

ET t?8 SrS 8? £ SS^J^?,’SJSS?ViK BS-nS# SSSLSd ’S**.- 

month <31 days) Above rate* ap Supervised ^ h,n * <'**!*'■ glaaaet I feet an much better 

At the Veterans 'Hospital - 

line &silrari rale* <m appticab.ai *mS • n * 1 ,hr > ■*»' 

KT :*- aSi." „ i ? Northern Audio 

!%!?£ "riSm EL. u'™ 

year*, formerly of Woodwork, On- ...... _ 

tarl»' He leaves two daughter*, on the *{iot for your u*ed furniture 

Mi** Annie Evrtvn ■ Eva> Ranaom and hnu*eh«ild item*. No dedun^m* 1 *« a million doilara in lota avail 
* Victoria and Mr* W Nye. with for rommlaai' oa or cartage Clear 

"r 1 Ch r;r m. 

five grandchildren two prea'- B<xiKS HELP I S TO BEAR THE 
grandchildren a)%-> a *i*ter In advantage* of rlvlllafion 
England He *er*ed over»e»* .THE HAINTED BOTigSHOP 
with tha 1st Battalion 
Plr*t World War 


mongag* 

financing-no bonus. 

1 NHA mortgage* available no** 

1 $300 down payments on new 
homes including lot 
WALLY GRAY ANNOI’NCES CASH $ Featuring trade-in* arranga 
ment* on older home*. 

a mi'non dollars t 
able for conairuct.oa 
7 Thousand* of dollar* Inverted by 
associated firm* in speculative 
housing and trade ina 
i. Construction contract* hy Vic¬ 
toria s be»t and largest Construc¬ 
tion Co specialising In no me con¬ 
struction. i 

$ w* are agents for firm* who have 


STENOGRAPHER 

REQUIRED 


'..TIT 1 ,: RECORD WEDDINGS. MI SIC FOR 

5^ £S2 EVMns — 

United Church Chotr for 


W 


All rtalmt on error In puhltratpm fully declined 
thall he made within 12 hour* — 

tnereafer and if not made *halj WELLS 
r.m be comnderrd Nn claim will 
be allowed he more than one in¬ 
correct insertl< ei me fnr error* no* 
of' the adver- 


13 YES VICTORIA COMBINE PAPER 
rear* M ^ M drive la on. Phone early EV 4-38ng 

Funeral service* from McCall —— -- 

ftro* Funeral Chapel on Tuesday. 

August 11. at 10 JT am Rf' Dr U COMING EVENTS 

D Sparling and Rev C R McGU 8T|niJ 

1 llvray hfnriatlrg. Interment tn! ■■■ - 

I Wnrwistnck Ontario i Flnwera grate- 

FULFORD HARBOUR 


ifleeting the valu 
iaemenT 


the appnival of the Victoria 
preaa Ltd who reserve the right 
In its aUe discretion to classify. 

reject or In — rt cofjr furnM hed. 

. . Dt-’NCAN BUREAU 
an Kenneth St 
Port Office Box IPS 
Te lephone Duncan 1>nd 

Eastern fa— 

W H Austin 
Street Toronto Ont 


Untied S’ate* 


►a representative: 
rndward. Canadian 


Replies to prlvwte box 
numbpra may only b« 
obtained from the down¬ 
town office of Vtrtorim 
Pretw Ltd. Bt ltlB Broad 
Street and at the Duncan 
bureau, 30 Kenneth Si. 


“BBIV- Welts of Vie- 
tons. R C founder of the W C I 
Wells Construction Co of Saska-! 
toon and Edmonton, died Tuesday 
night in Sa*kato.in. He wa» 77, 
year* nf age The late Mr Well*| 
was born In Prince Edward Island | 
He I* survived hv hi* wife, two 
*»>na. Jack in Sa*kato«>n and Wal¬ 
ston nf Srandla. Alhetia. and a 
daughter Barbara. Mr* D M 
Elation of Wilkie anti two »i*ler* I 
Agm-s D Well* of Ro*ton and Mrs. ; 
Annie Clark of Atherton. Prince 
Edward Island. 

Funeral aerVw* win he held for 
Mr Well* In St Andrew'* Preahy 
terian Church at 2 10 o'clock Mon-i 
day. August lit wttn Rev Dr .1 L ' 
W McLean ofrtciating Hayward 
B C Funeral Co Director* 

4 CARD OF THANKS 


A Oala Chicken Barbequo 
with trtmmtnai at 

FULFORD HALL, 
SAT., AUGUST 15TH, 
6 P M. 

Mualc and dancing. II 33 tach 
73c. 13 and under. 34 for family 


i development* for 
| example: Th# first autydivuuon 
with Its own **wer approved by 
th* B.C government. 

110. Firm advertising don* by inde¬ 
pendent source recognlied a* .the 
-finest in B C. 

LL All forma of advertising avail 
able-TV Rad.o Newspaper 
111 Highest commission. 

13. Training for salesmen • licence*. 

14. Good parking area. 

15. Desks and telephones for sales- 

men I 

14. Ail new offices 

17. Salesmen a lounge which nobody 


30 SITUATIONS 1 

WANTED FEMALE 

36 tUSINESS SERVICES 

SAIKOREftAERA 

COMPETENT. EXPERIENCED 
■ten.-grapher urgently require* paff-i 
lime work EV 2-4241 mining* and; 
FV Soa*H afternonna anti-evening* ! 

4 

travelling companion. Victoria 
I’Trv*. Hnx 172E 

TYRRELL 8 BEAUTY BALOH 
Hair Btyllaa Specialist* 

404 Caurtnay Street BY 1 4431 

ALP-PfilCE PERMS NEW RAY 

'Beauty 334 Pandora EV 4-3444 

DOMINION HAIRDRESSING 

Salon Dominion Hotel EV 4-4194 

BABY SIT 3TIR l OR 3 CHILDREN. 
Cedar Wh frrn»a Road. 8he 1 bourne 
area GR 7 3410. 

LANDSCAPING 

EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHER 
de»n c* ax ial/welfare, part full time 
employment BV 44774 

PLAIN SEWING” AIJKRATIONS, 
mending Prices rra*>h*hie Phone 
EV2-»m 

Barker Landscaping 

FREE ESTIMATES EV 2403 

LANDSCAPING. LAWNS ROCK 
work, rotovatin*. Free ertimatea F. 
Micreiaea S Co., phone EV 4-7445 

EV 52S14. 

GOOD DAY CARE IN FAMILY 
home for child, l or oMer Quiet 
i icatlon EV V337L 

LANDSCAPING LAWNS. ROCK 
•ork. tree seme* Praa estimate 
f C arisen EV 3-4483 

LIGHT NI RSI NG. 1 TO ». COOK- 
Ing child care, altter. etc. Phone 
EV 4A754 

LAN DSC API NO LAWNS ROCK 

work, ate Molholm BV 3-42J7 

EXPEKIINCED CHILD'S NURSE 

LAWN MOWING 

wllh reference# desires permanent 

I"- . i"n V r’n- k P: r . Box #47 

LAWNS CUT POWER MOWER 

EV 4-3820 after 3pm 

DUTCH OIRL WANTS HOU8E- 
work. weekday*. Please phone 

PAINT! R* AND DECOSATOR8 


HEF1NED AND CAPABLE LADY 
C. would be wonderfully kind and 
sympathetic In refined gentleman nf 
same age «e older in hi* own h -m 
Wrtte Vlrliwla Preaa. Box 1732 


ALCOHOLIC* ANONYMOUS 
Have tou a drtnklaa problem 1 If 
roa have a atneere deslra to atop 
drinking ebon# BY )-«41k — wrtte 
Bos He l Victoria BC 


RESPECT ABM:- WO M AN WILL 

Share borne near Oakland* School 
with other quiet working Indy PK 
EV?tm 

DRIVE TO CAUF ABOUT AUO 
14. »k* 3. EV 3*1443 after • 


40 


BUSINESS 

PERSONALS 


EMPIRE FUEL 
LTD. 

IB PANDORA AYR. BY 1-34M 

BONE-DRY FIR 

HALF PRICE 

DONE DRY FTR MILLWOOD 
Excellent foe furnace, kitchen 

AMOl.UTTLV^Icr*rttlAB 

2Vi CORDS $10.00 
5 CORDS $18.00 

Immediote Delivery 

WHOLESALE FUEL 

_EV 5-7611_ 

DRYLAND FIR 
WOOD SALE 

Na. 1 Douglas fir wood, thick hart 
aUba mixed with Inside block*. 

2 Vs cords $12 00 
waist gQpg.dry fir, hond picked 
1 cord $8 - 2 cords $14 

Phone EV 2 3434 Eves EV 3-1373. 
Island Fuel Buwwle Co 


RELIABLE ADULT BABY MTTBR. 
Available evenings EV 4 1225 • 


Brush or flprav Painting 
Insured a*id Guaraataed Work, 

MASTER PAPER H A n7*. E R S 


REDUCE 

HIPS • THIGHS • TUMMY 

While You Relax at Home 
START TODAY . . . 

Use The Bel-3 Woy 

Popular Motorlaed Health Me* hod 

information Phone EV 4131 \A/OQD - WOOD 

12* # SLABS, BLOCKS 

OUARANTKED ALL PIR 

2Va Cords ..$12.00 


^ - « . • aw W »L^r DO OILIB-W—nun 

A C Grieve EV2-14J3 J^wHlrr? Bnd BiivtrwiTB BktlUullv 

' P..W.1W. repaired or mad* over bv Blrks 


replated All watch repairing does 
In aur shop and guaranteed for ooe 
Pearls aed beads rest rung 

- - ,T- 


_ W 10U MONTHLY FOR WEARING-T"'" ' KK 'LlAilLK BABY SITTERS. P»‘»J<cm and d.-< rat rs F .rmcrly diamonds and precious stona tewel 

tilt b "*““ *® b * Kv A "“"* - 

U. «wr.d..ru«r. whkrb cu M KrUlu to tJS Hr c , Wlu - B<MRD * NI > "OOM CHIU) «h >-«r ..J« r.ir.Uir. wllh R..x* tlos 

explained at ln:erv»*w investment . r experience neccsaan ®' rtBV r *" FV 2-04U 


friends 

ivestment .-r experience necessary 
Amcruan " " 


Coma aod hay* fun. 


IS. A sales oil:n* not over started North American' Faahhei 3'roeka bahV-SITTING wavtfd nY »* 
that give, you the advantage of Lid. 3425 Imluslru.1 Biyd.. Dept hVbl* girt EV ’-47* 
more enquiries per salesman I C-1SIS. Mmtreal. I* Q I--:- 

^ gSSS^ B^iarmi 32 MUSICIANS, 

You Crti earn LARGE commissi-m, fJ * ^ cStir BANDS, ORCHESTRAS 

in real estate if you have diversifira- manager FW1, Coffee elver? A 
[lion of properties extensive ad- Trounce Alley EV 3-0712. • 
vamageous finaying srrangementa 


LV 3-3115 


)<>b too small Free advice 704 Ystes Street 


rv 3 4341 


TALENT SCOUT SEARCHING 
vorali*u singer, musicians. 


_ANXKH'S' WORMED! 

SANT: MONEY CONSULT MADAME l YS WORLD 

WE SPRAY . YOU TRIM famous clairvoyant from Vanrou- 

Let us spray th# body of your ver, B.C Aug 7 lo 13 Appotni- 

hruwe and >ny paint tha trim In menu call EV 3-3441. 3 am till 

your spare time. li pm 

y- c - . Cf r *_jw«y»nu —c-c ^noH 

WEBB Jk BON Crntact Imperial Credit Services. 

*V 4-4437 Paperhangtng painting .S44 Bastion EV 3-3333 EV 3-7335 


We wish to extend our heartfelt I 
thanks to all whn a>> kindly asaiv'ed 
and for the words of sympalh-, andj 
beautiful floral offerings extended! 
at the death of our heloved husband 
and father - Jeanie Boyle and fam | 

! *!>■ __ 

Our sincere thanks and appre< is 
tk>n to relatives friend* and neigh-, 
bnrs fnr their rrany kindne»*e* mev | 
*age« of »> mpathv and floral offer¬ 
ing* in the recent tllneas and pa*a- 
i Ing -«f our heloved mother. Mrs J 
I Llndksv Special thanka to Dr D 
| M Whitley and to the nurse* and 

- —- -—-- staff of the Royal Jubilee Hospital 

AVISON Rom lo Mr. and Mrs E. *„d to McCall a Mr and Mrs V 
L Aviacn 4384 Harder Road at Zata. Mr and Mr* C Lind— y 

the Royal Jubilee Hiawtal. on Aug. ] -- 

7 l'«33. ■ daughter. (Jail Lorraine v ft 

A *i*ter for Caml Thank* to Dr IV 

Home and maternity - DIRECTORS 


1 


BIRTHS 


MOOSE BINGO 

Enjoy Yourself and 
Help Others 
ALL PROCEEDS 
MOOSE CHARITIES 
MON , AUG 10, 8 P.M. 
AT MOOSE HALL 

513-514 PORT rr 

Admitil*n 31- Extra Cards She 
Two Jackpots 


_'imdeun tarn.TX NHA U - . v Bonny WelU C.PI^ ^ISe^maS^ ****** 


business and speculative housing •t*'* required for new. modern »>cauty cordlog Ariist. 
built for you lo —li. We only want Gon— lea-_Falrfijld distnct. Little Wheel N! 

—i—women whose 


Presk Box 541 


EV 513*2 Victoria: 


2043 Oak Bay "victSrfm ^Term'.**,? ^^' I AND GENTLEMEN^TAI 

Snot ,BC * Vlrtorta Terms If rtmwirM 1 mltermtlews, amet re-n-ir« IAUK 


Kite Spot 


earning* will te high. W# offer more 
oj>portuniu#*-• he red I* up to you SALESLADY REQUIRED FOR MV- 
sc* Mr Lindai, Manager, for op »ic store, full time Applv giving - 
(xjintment experience, il any. to Victoria Press 

1333 Quadra — Curling Rink Rox 

Camosun Properties. EV 5 34L 


D 8MYTHE FOR PAP1RHANO- Bt’Rf.ESS MENS WF.AR^OAK BAY 
i, crtuiert l ng oaiatlng. stucco painting HAMPSHIRE EV4 7K4 

36 BUSINESS BlKYItlB ytw patching ttperteneed E c3t EMA tTCIL Wg RASH - 
ABF HALT K a"B7 Tw,V>r * ntnfmeT1, Thou-nda 


» I ■ 


WANTED. IN COUNTRY BOARD 
ins home mature soman, for ten¬ 
oral help. No rooking. Live In 
GR 5-1052 


'CAREER MEN” 


I A career hi real extata with Van¬ 
couver Island • large*! teal estate . 


DOMESTIC WANTED FOR FAM 

Uy of 2 EV 3-1745 


O.K. PAVING 

. FREE ESTIMATES 

/ CONVENIENT TERMS 

» topaz day or mem 

EV 3-1813 


1 Try T—f U atw (- - 

- ^ Ail d ru g - ,tor * * 


BEST FUEL CO. 

' Phone EY 4-3334 


WOOD - WOOD 

l>lru h Dry Rand Picked Cedar 

3 Cords $6 00 

Ideal Fuel Co. Ltd. 

rhon# EV 7-4*23 - EV 4-M24 


EXPERIENCED PAINTER AND CALL _ Ub POR A COkfPLTTB 
decorator r *UJtr*a work Rate* rwrhi „| 0 f rour —win* machine 
**rr r—*onabl* Phone E\’ 4 434J tv i )oa) Taylae * Co 311 Port 
E\ 4-4403 ' YOUR DOUBLE-BREASTED SUIT 

can be made single breasted •*# 
Mort«— ran Oouglaa EV HR 


BRH'ltLA YF.RS 


FUNERAL 


;Buses Leove 751 View St. STtLSif* : ** ** f " r 27 TSACHtkS WANTED 
11 a m. and 12 noon 


LIBERAL WOMEN'S FORUM BAS- 


DHEENSAW Bom to Mr and Mrs _ .. . . __ K«-t picnic to Shawn man. Train leave* 

Motorn s .DhawngPW. 1MB Taybw T* 43.1 am Thursday. 


VWiorla. BC. at the K«*'al,J® TTwughtfui and L Oder standing yy 2 2.VU 
Juttlice H *splUI on August 4 1363. JNrvice 
a son Very many thank.* In Dr*. c A . in . c 

R M Peel. A G Ve> Dr (^mgh SANDS 

W. D. Marshall R A. Gaie. and M .. PTI , 

ail maienuly afaff 


MORTUARY LIMITED 
■'Memorial Cha(wi of Chlmea.' 
Quadra street at North Park Street 

VWk ' — - 


victoria. &C 


lee Hospital 


GRAHAM To Mr and Mr, Joseph 
Hughes Graham, a arm horn on 

-“^ Ju, “ SANDS 

- FURRAI 

H n IWiAN-Bom to Alice and Pat Fouflh Sir 
Morgan, nn Aug 7 133* John'Sidney 

J.->#eah 4 Iha f ota A brother 
W Pa». Brian and Kathleen C AKIDC 
Thank* to Dr Buffam and staff jcXINL/j 

at tha Royal Jubilee Hospital FUNERAL CHAPEL Of HEATHER 

- Chi wood Camera. Colwood B C 

MATH EBON—Bom to Dr and Mr* ^ GR Bid 

Donald C Mat hear >n Vancou* er —■ . M 

B C on August 7 1359 a son 71 . 

- . --- Thomson & Irving 

FUNERAL CHAPEL 


20 LOST «««d FOUND 

LOBT. PART PERSIAN TABBY 

_cat female, in Fairfield district 

EV 57311 KV 2-122* Reward 


' FOUND. MAN S BIFOCAL EYE 
g!a*aes tn brow n ca se. Gorge-T1U1- 

, /-a 1 r.*-. . cum area. EV 4-972* 

L CHAPEL OF ROSES--— 

Slrcrt at Sidney Avenue • f ' 

BC GR 5 .533 2| 


MALE HELP 
WANTED 


Compare the- benefit* BCHOOL DLfJTRlCT NO 43 

L New 1*39 Meteor car, available AppllfalioIU for 

2. MSA for you and your family, tr-rher for Orade 7 subjects ex-foiNO 

1 Guaranteed Income, benefits. rept F.ngll*h at Milne'* Landing 

4. TV and radio advertlalng. | Junior •Senior High stbool Ad- 

* rufTLMrjr -- .... - plicattooa. together with copy of 

* newspaper *d\ertlslng fa teat Inspection report, to be ad- 

Idre* rq to 

1 Centrally located offlc*. L. W Wheeldon. 

T. Employees' lounge. Berret a rr-Treasurer, 

a s*ir« ttairm* .n* 1 School Dlstrirl No. 43 (Booket. 

4 Sales training and wpervUVnt gooke Road. 

1 Higtmat commission paid plua Vtetorta. BC 

bonus awards - — -- —- 

^.1 »” ' P ^ T ■■■T«*C.lgg 

"■■‘'.“i"'"*" •*» *** 

V.I.. 1C. 


JIM BAUNDEKB—PAINTINO AND PUK REPAIR SENYTCt 

DECORATING OR 7-3174 , gemodaL Neratra Call Dell ret 

O DAVIDSON PAINTINO QUICK i ** c h Pmt 

aenriea tig a roo—■ ap EY 3 1773 j cooper TAnoR altera 
EV 54773 - PAPKRHANUING 1 Uwu f *R* tw C> ^ W 

palntlbg Birectal rate* rirst>elaa* 

I work, immediate service Color 42 
Barker 


EDUCATION 


HONEYMOON BAY 
FUEL 

BONE DRY rm. 

INI'S fir very clean, hand picked, 
hincks and rtab* 

2V* cords dry fir . BIN «• 

Also 1 cord dry cedar.13 41 

EV 53721 


Bone Dry Millwood 

TO SUIT EVERY NEED’ 
ONLY A FEW LOADS LEFT! 

Colwood Fuel Co. 


BULL DOZWO. EXCAVATING fiUmtte t fret ____ 

A LAND CLKAR1NQ. DITCH-DIO- vtfflNKTT PAlNTlNn flERVirt NEW SI MMKR f 011 R S K S ^—*4 A . MldiLi O 02i7 

- - wSTffiJt b P o^7me O rl0? E «UrJr: Spr,,t Show Busine- Inrtitula. Ph Day Of Night GR 9-2347 


with previous 
fui sales experience given firs! 
consideration. Cali Don Harvey at 
] Northwestern Securm**. 431 Ya’.es 
S» . Victoria. EV 5 4741 at one* for 
conDdentiai interview. 


/ 4-3121 


LADY TEACHER 

COACHES FI 

| math. Kmw-h. Latin 

EV 55(01 an 

EXPERIENCED COACHING IN 

1 Math 9 and Math 91 

FV 4 3440 £ 


29 


Ik J1 — A brother for Camp 
helL 


SMITH Born 

Clifford C Smith. 1237 Pnnceaa 
Are Victoria R C . on August 


and Mr* Est 1911 Formerly of Winnipeg 
Dignified. Courteous Service at 
Moderate Coal 


5. 1333 at Bt Joseph • Hospital. PRE NEED 
a daughter. Monica Andrlna a 


CLERK VI 

for the Public Works 
Department 
City of Victoria 

Salary rang* 324^4* 32*13 33 pei 

month. 

.Applicants, preferably with Junior 


SITUATIONS 
WANTID MALE 


UJA iiL N TMi>« T uMur^verx Wiu P*‘ nl bouse interior, exterior 
losest on Dladd. will prove 

NO JOB TOO SMALL OR TOO yy 4-2172 Free estimates 
BIO 34ACHINg FOR EVERY * ' 

KIND OF JOB PACIFIC 321 PAINTS CEILING AND WA 
fcXl'AVATINO AND TRANSPORT of average rooms. Including 
COMPANY. EV 2-2731 UR9-1010 paints_and_labor EV 2-4758 

BULLDOZING AND /CLEARING. tiRgoo 8 PAINT WASHING DEPT 
road grading and backfilling. The Kitchen, bathroom*, eta 31 sears' 
right machine for every lob. ! enperienee EV 53T23 Estimate*. 

JOHN D KISSINGER JR. 1 -i----- 

EV 3 3423 Day, EV 2 3347 Night* < T LONGMAN-DECORATORS. ACADEMY BALLROOM DANCING 

- --minting. spraying. paperh ang ing. , private Lessons — Classes 

All Dances Latin American 
Class Rate* on application 
IDIT Ik ugtas EV 51443 

F.ILFFN'S SCHOOL OF DANCING 
- Ral!e» tap baton twirling Bah* 

- - EV3«24t 


43 


DANCIM8 


_ pal 

BOB SOUTHWELL BULLDOZINO Fn 
Free estimate* KV 5 1132 




FAYING 


CARPr-.NTF.RX | __ , ~~ 

HAVE YOU* CARPENTER WORK BLACK TOPPING 

don# now. 30 years experience Parking Lots Driveways Walk* r >»M 749 Broughton Re* E' 

1 W* specialise in repair* new steps Free estimate* - Easy Terms , “ - 

----built or repaired, verandas tacked IDEAL PAVIMO CO LTD , . A _ 

WANTED JOBS TOR NEEDY MEN un fencing and roof repairs, gut- EY 3-7413 Bventngs EV 1-3334 60 FUEL) 


25 


MALI or FEMALE 
HELP WANTED 


Horbour Light Corps 

(THE SALVATION ARMYi 
EV 4-3334 


rnplpes 
i 2-1343 


a cleaned Phona 


513 Courtney I 


Iba VJL »w Our Jnc.rV rhiak. 1C 3 Qu^r, s,' r ^ phone EV 53(17 \ 

?atteraon and mater- _ pi>**#a* a knowledge nf general of¬ 

fice work preferaNy with anme 
IvMikVeeping and time keeping ex-[ 
jierience. aide tn type and accurate i 
kb detailed work 

Applies*Inn* in writing, alatmg age 
e\|>eri*nc*. qualification* and tele 
phune numu-r or on forma pioxuletl 
In the Prraonnel Offlr-e. will he re- 
reived hy fhe Personnel Officer Cl’y 
Hall not later than 9 np *m. un 
Friday. Auguat 14th. 1959 


Blty staff 

WFDGEWOOD Born In Mr and 

Mr* M L Wedgrwood *nee Gladys 
C l*attrr#«in’ C entral Saann h 
R.md. R K No 2. Royal Oak. Bt . 
at SI Jiaicph ■ H apti*l, «»i Aug 

2 1NV3 a ann Larry Leonard 4 
|i>* Id at .* A babv bndher lor 
Marlene Manv thanka lo Dr 

Llovd W Barnett and maternity 
staff 

McCALL BROS. , 

“The Floral Funeral Chapel" 

A background of dependability U 
exactly the sendee you would 
rhnitac. • 

1400 VANCOUVER STREET 

FV 3 4445 44 

HAYWARD'S 

BC FUNERAL CO ITT). 
ESTABLISHED IWI 

Hayward Family Director*; Broca 
X Leyden, formerly of Calgary. 

Manager. 

734 BROUGHTON TT EV 53414 

2 ENGAGEMENTS 

TAYLOR-NICOLSON - Mr and Mra 
D Taylor 4*i Maddiunn St an- 
nourx r the engagement at Iheir 
daughter Joyce Ann*. In Mr 
William Jame* Nicolson. elder a>« 
of Mr. 3. W Nleolsnn and th* 
late Mr* Nimlwwv 2823 Graham 
S’ The wedding will take place un 
September 14. 13X>. at First United 
Church Victoria. BC 

CHAPLIN'S FUNERAL 
CHAPEL 

Klndnea*. Courtesy Sen-toe 

940 Quadra street EV 4-5512 

11 MONUMENTAL 

3 marriages 

M0R T, MER'S 

MONUMENTAL WORKS 
' ESTARI.rSHFD 1477 


SPORflNG GOODS 
SALESMAN 

Bav has tmmcdlata opening 


B C. GRADUATE 
PHARMACIST 

44 Hour-S-Dav Week 


FUwve Anplv 
EMPLOYMENT OFFICB 
Fifth Floor 

THE T. EATON CO. 
Canada Ltd. 


BUILD. REPAIR ANYTHING. AG 
teraijons. timthing cabinet work. 
Foundatkew levelled. Jacked up. re-, 
nairwl Hour nr contract KV 7-4644 1 


FHOTO BIMUflM 




FOAL 


CREDIT MANACF.R I____ 

Mamed man. over aix yeara’ ex paired Hour or contract EVT-4441 
pcrtcnce In rnnaumer retail and - ■ ■ ■ - ■ —■ ■ - 

automobile flnnncing four years as CABINFT MAKINO CARPENTRY 
iffice manager, require* position in alterationa. A batter Job for leas 
- Vic' “ 


thta <t related field 

Box 5.77 


wtoria Prrsa. c.P 3-3314. 


PHOTO ENORAVINO 
Half Tone—Lin# and Color 
fcigravlng—Commercial Art 
ISLAND ENORAVERS 
343 Pembroke, gun Below Douglas 
Phona EV 3-3431 


CAltPENTEK REPAIRS ALTERA _ , 

gutters ataira. ttle and PLASTERING. 


PLAsTfkflS 


RUBBISH. JUNK. ____ __ _ 

Earth and rock* hauled away from cement H. I’trtelL 3:V 2-s6ni 
your basement, yard or attic.; 

IteliDble and reasonable EV 2-33S5 ( ENTHY 

anytime 


CALL ERNIE 
FOR 

Clean-up service, basement*, vardx. ataire 
%I:<-N ami so an. Small charge. 


REPAIRS. CAHI- 
stebs, gutter* fencing, etc. 

yv>fr nr j-r“ 


PI.L34BI.au A.Np M4-ATINU 


ORDER NOW 

KILN DRY ■ INDIJNO 
41 CD.: 112 I 1 * CDS. 


13 RACKS DRY KINDLING DEL 

IN BASEMENT I* 


61 BUILDING SUFFUKS 

SALE 

FREE DELIVERY 

YARD CLEARANCE 
OT !.UMBER 

AT ROCK BOTTOM PRICE* 

INSULATION 

T'xlK’ *4* :o feet per carmni 54 34 

GYPROC WALLBOARD 

Price per thousand square feet 
v x43 xc r. r. f. ir 

Gvpmc Lath 
Sheath ng. you can use It inatead 
of Shiptap H x34 *94' fixai 

Panel (iypne, S xl4"x94" .-37301 

PV HARDBOARD B 

»-»■» ttc« t « 

H' x4 x«. each 33 38 

POPLAR PLYWOODS 


n:m : 

340 ng 


17931 BALLAM & RAWLINGS R ed,.r.d 

CARPENTER HOUSE FRAMING; | LIMITED 

YOUR 


COAl SPECIAL 


»peclalti\. EV 2 77*4. 


EV 5 1127. 


C4RFETB ANII IJMHJ.I M 


PAINTINO. DECOR ATINO 


Ml HOURIGAN S CARPET A LINO, 
skilled workmen Clean Job ever. Supplied and Installed. Estimate* 
time. EV 3-5304. OR 1-3243 any- fr — 713 Pandora EV i-2401 

UMH 


PLUMBING AND HKATINO 
CENTRE 
Prompt Berrice 

Repair*. Remodeling. New Horn 


S3 

NOTHING DOWN 

t*p to 94 month* to pav f<*r purcha— 
W» to 3.7.(Ml home impmvcmenl*. 

| Five plana 

HARKNETT FUEL LTD ASSOCIATED LUMBER 


er prtrea now 
; tlfocl Order now Bart up to t 
Il 56 per ton. 


: EY 4-2447 EV 4-43(1 737 Pandora . 


B< * JTH-JONEB Mr. aod Mra .la* k 
Jones 3*4M High Street Vidor la 

Bt annuume the marriage of ' ~ *-*- nUTf 

their daughter Maureen Kllrat>eth. VICTlJHIA MONUM ENT L IMITED 
tn Mr Ronald Ouirle* B<rth. mw> 

of Mrs Margaret Booth. TUT Kart WE DO UGL AS IT. EV $NN 

!L h S W J.-fo r ? h . V ^y^. H n r . STKWART MONUMENTAL WORKS 
T r . 9” .” S : Ltd Monuments alnr* 13*9. 1409 

May Street EV 4-3452. -» 


for a talesman in th# Sporting PORTRAIT 
Goods depart mast Qualifications 
Att uo to 33 rear* good appear 
tree and pleasant o*r*onallt 
Good working conditions Volual 
staff benefits 

APPLY PER50NNBL DEPT. 

4th FLOOR 


HUDSON'S BAY CO. 

VICTORIA 


RAVI YOUR TREES EXPERTLY estimate*. EV 4-7M4. 
and safely topped. removed, 
pruned and aprayed Capital my 
Tree Service. EV 3-4452. EV 51*05 


DOUGLAS ST AT ROUNDABOUT .. , C F\rN OlV/rrv rAAl C 

V L FLOOR_CENTRE. LTIA FREE | Phone EV 4-1*41 McLEOD RIVER COAL5 I 

W* have a targe stuck af all grades j 


CKMENT 


RETOUCHER PIECE_, 

worn Wrttg Victnna Press. Box 525 CLEAN UP 

sta’.ng expeneoc# And prices, aam Basements c>»ne<J light delivery -- -_ - ------ 

jy. P*»»»bie _ andrubbiah hauled day or night “® c \_,£.\ rt>0rU fb0D# 


PITT & HOLT LTD. 


; TAILOR OR TAILORESS EXPERT * v « __ . - 

need in alteration. Apply 1913 PACIFIC CLEAN UF. SERVICE WE £ * D 


BIRKETT GUARANTIED CE- J WELHAM. Prop, 

ment work, patio* steps walk*. Plumbing heating, lnstallatl—a 
driveway* founds- furnace repair*, sheet metal work 

__ _to. Estimate* Phona oil burners and appll a aeaa 

OR 9-2435 Financed under 


plan. 303 Esquimau Kd EV 3-741) 


Bianahard 


clean basements 


WANT ENTERTAINERS WRITE JIL* h 

del ail, Wtorrn Press. B<ix 5C *’a?ion* t\ i 4*n 


I Walla, 
mavllc floor* septic ta 

r jsranteed Estlmatev 

V 4- 


baiements. 

ks Work 
IV 4-3793. 


WILKINSON PLUMBING 
N«ae work repairs. Free 
. _ — pits 


W A 
service 

•etimatee 1444 MrrUe Bt EV 


Buy now and get summer discount* 
Maximum in preparation and service. 


KIRK COAL 

AT Esquimau Bd. 

l: BY 3-1)23 - IV 3-3111 


AND BUILDING SUPPLIES 
310 EAQUIMALT ROAD 
EV 4-2113. EV3-4M11 

Eve* EV 54*74 


SHAWN IGAN 
LUMBER ’ 
YARDS LTD. 

3fw» Government Be 
•Quality at the Right PrvwT 


UNIFORM 

REPRESENTATIVES 


26 


FEMALE HELF 
WANTED 


HEDGER SHRUBS PRUNED j h j CFMKNT ( (>\TRACT*7R9 C J MCDOWELL LTD PLUME 

I-.. .,- # • «4 paHAmbt. tl R hr J * J V r..W|»el^ I ms awH Ka.l.n. 11H9 (Ww.wla. l>Knme 


uarnn'ecd ermeni w.fk«. steps. Phonr COAL THAT LASTS HlOH HtAt 

alk*. ha-cmenis drivewaya. car s < 13 " M Leod Riser Midland Com- 


MOVING' CLEAN 9_ 

RiMhi«h hauled free. Day or night 
KV 2-4141*4 


3123 

I seplks. _ 

Up SERVICE P' ,r, » pa'“* Ealimale* 


S H brown reo plumber 


r ARAIK.. CUNSI RUCTION LTD. Bpeetaliaing 11 repair*, remodel- mTx^toec^rt" Bto r ker D Btaftd ‘" I iTLa A JT 

OUARANTEEli CONCRETE WORK I'ng Rea.vmaota 24-nr Ok 4-34*1 * *Ta itStt' '. !_'** **? 

.t LTikYi mn - ■- — .— ■ • -■ ■ — rna»- IU-UWB UI4IX 1 \*> Kendo 


Midland 

Economy Pur* 
Canmore Briquette* 


tap Approx. 


Premium abip> 

«i bd a Nf 


Andrew'* Cathedral <#i Aug 
1959 at 11 am Nuptial m*u 
celebrated by Father B Hanley 

" .. 


IN BASBMBNT > ahiptap. Approx. 

METER MEASURED OIL PBRYIC* l «W bd h 


lxk Random length Unitty cedar 
38.403 bd ft Per 


12 


FLORISTS 


it V No*'Sa 1 urdav'work >«»K CLEAN-UP LOTS. WK WT i «^Uj™ ROOFING AND INBULAT34M 

Uniform manufacturer require* hvirtter uiLv «•» "»d haul away. Reaaon- DR AINS. E T C. PHONE BV 4-4411. _ _^__ 

Iravelllne representatle* to haadl* Co cfHUlmd nraMitmEk •" e r * ,r * KV UWi H a VaNDERXYL CKMKNTaND OUTTNRS DOWNPIPBS Richard Hall t* Sons Ltd- 1'4 Random length UtUtty eo 

ttfmtff'SSZ 1SX..JL Vp,.w . k VK.a .yySS «• cutm WWW frr U “ «rw M nil m 


DIATHS 


BLYTH — At 27$4 Srrtt S’reel on 
August « 1954. Ml** Ague* Janet 

Youim Biylh. aged ga year* fi’T- 
' “7 McClure hnm 


Ths Posy Shop 


WE DO IT" 


_ i a nephew Mr a 

ton of Victnna 

Funeral *rrvtr*a from McCall 
In#' Floral Funeral Chapel •*» 
Tueaday August 11 at 4 pm Rev 
T G Griffith* officiating, followed 
by cremation 


PO bo* 34 Victoria giving full HANDYMAN EXCELLENT REF- 
previous uperiencg whether 4*4*11# of experience, age and salary rrrrve iandaraping. carpentry, paint 
handling other lines at present, expected. __Ing TW#* 

n2c d :toVTwHh‘ftarVlcn'mlM<l* C rj?d fTEpfecRAPHER-CLERK FOR LONO ORASS CUT. MACHINE 

nm OMnuma^uld^ telataL dimm t^n Murt be able to erter* mnall gate Wtghtman. 

ViTTnrt. WrV.. Ho» T0« * «*he down and tranarnbe accurately G R 7 3433 

Victoria Pre»» Box 1703 Bt reaw^abie speed At least 3|————--- ■ - ■ - 

__ year* office exprrienc*. 40-hour. 3 YOUNG MEN WANT ANY TYPE 

LATIN AMERICAN TENOR May week Full particulars to part time work. *Mrrn.-eia. eve- , 
wishes piarv* accomixi|ii.«t prefer- Vlctorta Pram. Box 841.* nlng* weekgrd* EV 3-4447 

ably European hackgr ufwl _ Will REfTtPTYnNlNl’ . tvpiot »r. pabetA iiCB GARDENER, OR 

the home. 
EV 4 4414 


cor tract ur Phone CLEANED REPAOtXD 

EV 3-3915 

MODEL SHEET METAL 


f NIMNEY bepaiea 


noAimPf vuc n nnirr mrh b^bty Vwom'Prew» RECEPTIONIST - TYPLST RE- CARETAKER GARDE' 

BROWN S THE FLORIST , 2^'Vi y YWrert tw ,ar** a.wmt.wn rnl rtale any k:nd of t * anKind 

FLOWERS FOR EVERY OCCASION - - - -- — -_; ■- "jJ* Jff* **** ** 11 h ' ,ur r,li l 1 


41* VIEW STREET 
EV 4-4312 EV 43513 
Night EV 53521 


appeal n; 

I YOUNG MAN. WANTED IN OUT «*>» meeimg th*- puidw ' ■ 
1 natkm tto 4«d M 81 Appi 


! aide order department 


DONG —At th# Royal Juhtle# Hot 
pttal on August 5. 19M Dnng 

Ttag Yip. aged 71 year*, him 


13 CEMETERIES AND 
BURIAL FARKS 


age 1* to 23 Phnw# j 


prewi<iua expei 
l Pre**. Box 17 U 


giving nze Lf»NO GRASS AND LAWNS C1T. 

w to vE Basement! and hark yqrda cleaned. 


rienc* to Vic- 
IX 


. WANTED- ASPHALT SALESMAN 
experienced preferred, for aggre*- 
! *lxe local manufacturer*. Apply 
401 Bay Street 


LADIES 


EV 4^*09 ^R 53483. 

LAWNS FERTILIZED GUARAN 


IS YOUR CHIMNEY 
A FIRE HAZARD? 

If So F«w U th* TUB* 
to Rave It Repaired 
All Teorm of Ma*onrv Work 
Ft** EtiiMte* Term* 

Hr-A. (Sandy) Orrruston 

We Take Advantaka of No Oaa 
Phone IV 4-4777 

CONTE9CTONW 


3410 DOUGLAS STREET 


GET YOUR COAL IN NOW WHILE 

dt«munta are still on Also clean 
mHlwnod aad ptaner ends earner'n 

Porker Johnston Ltd. i iai ** CorTn ® rmnt - 

1)14 BROAD STRUT EV 3-011! —-' -— 

Ro'fla* - iBeutauoa at it* *erv a*ooD iva SAWDUST 

BIST Oeer 40 veara eombioed WOOP 9 - ,. , 

eaperienee to stand the TE0T 


REGAN ROOFING 
Phone EV 3-6139 

VICTORIA ROOFING AND 
INSULATION COMPANY 
• 17 FDKT 


DRYLAND 

Guaranteed 100% Fir 
Inside Fir Blocks 
Big Thick Bark Slabs 

Hand p '-Ned t« ruminate aawdurt 


drop aiding Approx t> 
Per l.ooo bd ft. . 

• Thta aiding can 


i Idea* of all kind* 
wdl find taterertmg. 


1, - 

Run* lumber Mem* may be tn *hoet 
•upfdy but w# invfe vau ta rail in 

• i d #ee (f **' 
pattern*, 
paint rnlora ( 
we are our# y 

Two hincks below the "Bay" 
Government at the 1APCO PAINT 
Sign. 

SHAWN IGAN LUMBER 

ZV2T3a . 

_ 


Funeral aerxmM' wUl be held in I MUNICIPALLY .OPERATED 
the Hands Mortuary Limited Me I Future need pirn* on credit 
mortal Chapel of Hitmen nn Wed- K’» W'V refund If Brt required. 
" 1 tt.JN^U Call GR 9.9313 tar further 

1 Park. I information 


drrfir tn-door can\easing or de- ‘/TL in 2? - * > * C H WHfATON LTD n , *xn VvewiNum nua and rxinnwh U Imurr*. guaran 

nng if yea drive a car and J4-D r #» u • : r r\ miv; v». H ” t-A I UlN I \J. EY 3-1331 EYENINOS IV 4-i» » * r a amigr. Haft) l»r im- 

ho * r * P*r wees, pi BBISH HAULED BASEMENTS • J, ^aikma EV 3 JttM poopdio gmixo. INSULATION tr.eq.A e aae^ Thu ‘ 

— - HOOP AND GUTTER REPAIRS rectunmdBBtd for fa 

Farmsr Construction capital cmr sooriNo •«* “.’eNen /arm 

Repair Deoartmem gY 4 0311 OAK SAY EV 3-3311 


nng lip. spew ii year*. ™«m EY 344*3 fOC IggNMw 

Canton Ouna. and a restdenl at Royal Oak BunOl Pork FULLY EXPERIENCED AUTQMO- «n:e Wtoria Preaa Son 1715 
5L m MUNICIPALLY .OPERATED i EXPE ' EIENrE ~5 "r.KNrRAL U 


_ _ BASEMENTS 

otaaoed EV 4-471i kfter 8 j m 


EXPE RIENCE D GENERAL IN SUN 


interment In Royal Oak Burial Park. | 


INDEX TO WANT AD HEADINGS 

Oaaaificati.it. 


Acreage far Sam 

and Wanted . 134 
Annutmcemenia 14 
Au n Repairs and 


u-dy and 
Painting ...Ml 
Btriha .... I 

Ikwts and Marin* M 
Business Per*M»ata 43 
Buaineaa Opp* 143 
Bu»inea* Bar Mr** 33 
UrtE firnii .. « 
Cara far amt Mi 
* » Fmancmt and 



Exchange Reel 
Estate —— 

Farms for Sal* 


Flat*. Apt* Rent 
I irturwtahed 131 


elaia and Apts 

Wanted U 

Foreign impel and 

Spun* Car* If 

Fuel I 

Fjmlrny* 

Funeral 0. 

Furniture 
Garden Supplies 


Room* to 
Bouse keeping 

i Wanted 




NTTED ____ ___ __— _ _ , 

ket. Muot hare bu*ine»* reference* and gnxip life Apply gtving age NixM oc day EV 10917 

Age 13-3* Victoria praaa Sox lTil and prextnua experience, to Victoria —- 

.. . .. R. n 1793 U NR HA' I v r> PROMT 


SOY FOR 8UPERMAR- mg 


p Monographer requi 
Vruee office 5d«> 


red hy lead 


BRANCHES 

Anv Job OK OB 3-1*00 


M9A fNI-AND JUNE AND CLEANUP 


Promot Bar vice 


f 


EXPERIENCED PLA5TKREH 
ateady Jnb Phone EV 5-WtI ■ 


K A I A P 1 CONSTRUCTION COi 
Bert bone Mrt reaaonabta guar 
ante* EV 3404 


BOCK BLASTING 


1 


highly 
fire place 

CORD, $8 


GILLESPIE 

turns, mart* 
GR 7 3m« 


_ _ > PROMPTLY. REA- ____________________ 

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tUdd Clip Race 
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I Look Up And Live 
Governor* Report' 
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i Rawhide 
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Meet MacCr *w 


World * Stage 
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Lauie 

NiVWI Reports 
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Life With 
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U S. Vic* President Richard Nixon will present a 
half hour report on his recent argument packed trip to 
the Soviet Union at 7.30 p.m. on channels 7 and 12. 

* * * 

Stray pieces. The Kingston Trio, along with Red 
! Nichols. Connie Bos- 


well. Sally Ann Howm, 
$5 Alfred Drake and the 

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c.* Carlo ~wi)U participate 

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Love at Life 

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Day In Court 

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Beat the CKck 

Who Do \ou Irurt 

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Better nr Wora* 

House Party 
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The Buggies Movie 

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On Serarf 

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Captain Fuget 
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CHEK Magazine 

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New* Sport* 

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Window on Caned* 

The Millionaire 
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Trounit with Father 
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Popey# You Are There 

Abhott and Cnefeilo Topper 
i Lite of Riley I' * a Great Life 

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Can.mna 

Re*Me*a Gun 

B' Id Journey 
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The Texan 

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Sergeant Preston ! We*<em Playhouse 
African Patrol (To Tell the Truth 

-Frisco Beal Frontier Jualie# 

Man Behind Badge iiweph Cotien 

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Ba*e>will 

Ba sc'i* II 

Base hall 

Pe*ilu Plaxhcuae 
Drtilu Pla' house 
New* Sport# 

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i Arthur Murray 

N Y Confidential 
' Deadline 

Jack Paar 

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Writer Rod Serling 
has signed a threeyear 
contract with CBS. 
He'll turn out an un¬ 
specified number of 
Playhouse 90 scripts 
and develop new prop¬ 
erties through his firm. 
Cayuga Productions. 

Ethel Merman will 
star in an NBC Ford 
1|HII Tuesday night special 

next season which will 
trace Miss Merman’s 
IZ career from the 1910 

•Yiirl Crazy" to the 


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iim ^ ARC^wuVkill off its Mo * din - 

ABC will kilt off its movie tonight?* 

i: no new hour musical 

*i 2 show. Music For A Summer Night, after the Aug. 19 

_ telecast. It will he replai^cd hv two f Imed shows, th« 

*-!• Big Picture and the Court of Last Resort. 

"Lucy does To Japan" is the title of the November 
CBS Lucy Oesi special . . CRS is firming up plan* 

__ for a half hour chat with English philosopher Bertrand 
Russell. It will be presented in the fall as a Sunday 
—— special. 

Sunday's Highlights 

{2 4 p- m - Camera Three discusses inspiration tn 

_*- 3 » different art forms I?. 

War in China from 1933 to 1949 is shown on 
!r« !Twentieth Century 7. 

_J‘ *_! 7.30 Rhapsody features songs of the Netherlands 

5; Paul Douglas and Jan Sterling star on Suspicion 


— — 4; Nixon report 7 and 12. 


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9.00 Reverly (larland on World’s Stage l and •; 
j Comedians Pan Rowan and Pick Martin star on the 
Chevy. Show 4; GET Theatre with Lou Costello as m 
plumber with a problem 7. 

9.3WI Icebergs add to an already tense atmosphere 
on hoard a passenger liner on Playhouse UK t and •; 
Claude Rains stars on Alfred Hitchcock Presents—7. 
10 no Hostess Loretta Young stars 4. 


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Sunday’s Sport 


12.30 p.m. Beginning of six hours of continuoui 
fuhermen *eepint coverage of the Gold Cup hydroplane Race—4, A and 7. 

$ 16V5 

Sunday's Movies 


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Haverty TV Antenna 

muve* and rrpairr 
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22 ELECTRIC RANGES 
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22 milage t 


CTR TRACTOR. COMPLETE LINK 
ni Implement* including m-aver. 
d,-utile due*, culttvalnr. »|inng- 
l»»rth harrow, pluw with 2 teitt>>m 
•prater*. p»laH> hitler, levelling 

__ _ _ 4 hurner rangr* with grader blade. Tnwer lakenff. IflWn 

ui..vjp-i nniBinritb heaw enamelled oven. All in gn.*d -onind*. eu In excellent newtl***). 

ren^U. on rV. etc Bi**e»l**t * * * ► W Wrnden 119k M»-<hant Kd . 

Rtaacnabie rat-» Apt pwmer * A’.w at-uit »|>e» ial Ro*niw.«id H*. (,H 4 1U19 

743 Fort Street price on Jfl nr more. ^ OLg i>’Tfc;HNAni»NAL OKALKH 

Kenning Truck A Equipment. Ltd. 
.... r , , KFNT'^i LTD ■•--verji neni Mreet at gueena Avenue 

PHONE EV 5-4342 VIKING RADIO • PHONOGRAPH INtlNI J 1.1 L/. EV 5-4775 EV 2-4194 

<nmt-inali® 1 3 *peed automatic 743 Fort Sti EV 3-71IH -;- 


or neereat offe 1 


[tori gtock 
Kent • Ltd. 

IV J JMJ 


FOR ALL YOUR 

MUSICAL 

NEEDS! 


1 Regular Length* per 
“ ft 

BUILDERS' 

BARGAINS 


•77 M W * lnUl 51595 

HOME furniture 

925 Fort St EV 5*5135 


Reed* 'hit. St 1 mg* 
M'jvic Record Pla'erg. 

T»pe Re n-der- 
Telev i»inn Radi" etc 
Expert ln*trument Repa r* 


. hanger ■(? E Pickup, diamond 
»!\|u«.’ Mahogany fint*h. 555 Ph. 
fcV yniM. 5-10 am. 5-7 pm._ 

HARLEY R TAYLOR 
Radm TV *alrt and tenke. 3443 
Calumet Av*. Member RITA. 

EV _I 

ANiLNNA INSTALLATION AND 

»ervK.e Keawnaoie moving r•!»•*. _ . 

Trade ina u*eo *nirnn«» LV iVJil BOMS APPLIANCES 

Nawmsley a J'-ne* TV 443 Yale* »t. 707 Johnaon St reel ZV ]*32tl 


BRAND SEW 

CYCUOS OIL BANOrt 
Completely ixutalleq with 45-gal. 
gravity *y»tem only 4299 54 at 


72 MACHINERY 


AI-SO (HOIt E OF OTHERS. 

WITH NOTHING DOWN 
T RAISE: TRADE: TRADE: 

Black & White 

Motors ond brokerage 

Cmner Pembroke and Wuadra 
By Curling Rink. EV 2-4145. 


S vqqc * a.in. San Francisco <19.16 musical drama), 

I 0t 0 Jeannette MacDonald. Clark Gable A. 

I.Sb p.m. King of Burlesque < 1936 musical comedy), 
Warner Baxter, Fats Waller 6. 

__ *1.30 Pacific Rendezvous <1942 *py drama*. l>e« 
Bowman 12. 

1.00 Junior Miss U945 comedy), Peggy Ann 
It. 

The Fountain * 19,14 drama), Brian Aherne 


Garner 

.VM 
—13. * 

.VM Moss Rose (1947 mystery), Peggy Cummini 

— 11. 

7.no Rlanche Fury *1948 English mystery). Stew¬ 
art Granger 4. 

10.00 Mama Loves Papa (1945 romantic comedy), 
IS. 


C TAYLLR 


CANOE COVE 
MARINA LTD. 

Sidne.v b c. GR s mi 2 Leon Errol 

19 -M B«andima\r cebwi mnety-it # The Moon and Sixpence H942 drama of 

; *rS.hhf 110 h R mr«#rd engine »pc#d* to jn an artisti, George Slanders. Herbert Marshall—IS. 

* h' U.«. . -'."JRarLSS II I.* Down On Th* Farm MM, f.m.ly tonrtyl. 

high pressure steam clean __ _. Spring Byington 4. 

II.70 White Banners *1938 romantic drama). Fay 

Bainter 2. 


FOR SALE 5.04# - WATT LIGHT 


GR 5-1 HS. 

1 MAN CHAIN SAW |?5 GR 4^1Ml 


t,” FV. Hardhoerd. I*ce 4x4 
S Wcldlf x Fly wend No. 21 


Fewrrtt OIT Riltfr 

V king ► rig (2 >n 
2 burner tlO-.v. “ 


t.t r?9 V’ 
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Rengnte _ M” 3d 


57 40 \tr*tinghi>uM> 24 Range 
2-pe Air item Sect i« me I 

__ fS M Iji*v Br>v ChAir and Stool ... |5* 54 

V"*> lvbcord Plywood. N* I l arge ( offe* Table ri9 Hi 

fug $4 44 Lead TV, from 599 50 up 

vogue furniture 

A-.ordlon Folding Door* *12 95 Yatea at Quadra EV S4242 

Panflc Paint. Gallon ... *•* ** 

Par ifx Paint quart . 51 n# ' " — —— 

TacUir Shingle Stain gallon 13 75 wrrv M • m nj. 

2\ and J'» Com Nan- UOIh*. fll *» W * "l AFFRA*s? 

Mahoganv Door, all IS MW ** '[T**}** 

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4,4 f ‘** r ,,r AUCTIONEERS 

1115 Fort St EV 4-6441 

Caab advanced on consignment 


PAN MUSIC CO. 

JACK McKEOWN Mgr 


RCA PORTABLE TV. 
and lake uvei (M>me 
i rrvmlh. 7 pavmenU 

fcV J-J4H!. 


«U ( ASH 
lU of 5)3 
lemaming 


£2*1 1*» Pandora 


SAVE linn ON A NEW 24 Me- 
Clary eiecirw range Krg $344 .XI. 

__ »:•• - Fngiriaiie 4 nurrer erg. 

CALL# 63 LXF'EiUbNCKD IFCil- l*B rang*- in g<«<d Con^llll 
m> ian» Pull luaranta. Promo. WE. 1-aio model Sjan... 0.1 range 
EV 3-4431 , erTIM Teletroa TV depot n like new cmdilton «»nl> |14#.« 

_ 1 LV k-26J2 


h*wt or make oifer 
1* fl Turner *emi-rahin boat. «i 
h.p. Chr'»ler Are. mmpieteh re- 
nutli Aug 5* 52 195 

..4MI Clinker «tvle Cniiaer 77 hp. 

Scrimw i»«v.m -••nditirm 53*95 11.30 Duel At Apachp Wells *1957 western), Anna 

73 TOOLS lor SALi or wiin mi n t- Grt’ Mar ne Nr* ■ n Maria Albefghetti, The Merry Frinks <1934 comedy), 

t ^ ’ mim G uy Kihhee II. 

24-fl. Clinker Canrn Crutaer. powered . T , 

- . with JS h n I'niveraal 11 395, * Ker*ommended. 

f<dt KEN1 32-fl. Rrandlmavi --ui'-writ Crui*er. | 

-- . - -• 4 Space Heeiera - tompteawca V» h p. Johnwm ••utreierd large on k- 

W-md and cim! range* fr»m *19 54 Ruck Drill* Cunereie^Breake, I y*»i and comfonarde $3.51111 


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C Tavler H-i 


Ouaraaieed Service and Repair, j.thnaon Si 

10 all make* af radio aod TV - - - 

ATKINSON M PKARCK FACIKTC* 

KV 5 *521 25*2 Quadra St i n# (am<>ua iraiml in Meei 


AppUam-e*. 707 


_ L*ar-rrvpv \! AMF* CU’f\r PI lilffl'l, l HlWf, tWffl 40 h R, 

and OU uniu that cannot mw cmipiete w‘.th dhSt Mto 'iS2ei toTSCdMJTaira', snmror> ^ rlv * cnn^'irnre on Restless Gun 5; Sterling 

RAD!o r 2 R TELFvfsioN >>Ude » * 1 * EV 2-9M7_ 14-f! Glen-L Can.nC^r w” f* . . ■« 

ww Mil Rd L ph*» EV 2-6411 — ^-.l hp electrk- stan F\ irrude Mud 

— gv iam EV351#*T4 GARDEN SURPLUS . u** 


Cnme down and »ee manv net ad¬ 
vertised hergaina In plvwtmd cut¬ 
ting* mni**r »ire /plywood pane la 
•helving moulding*. Arbortte. ate. 


STEWART & 
HUDSON 

LTD. 

44# GORGE RD 


■ F..T1 paii'lg 

LUNDS 

AUC1 IONEERS 

AND APPRAISERS 
M SHY AMD SELL 
m FORT - BP 4 1455 


WARD'S 

VICTORIA'S MUSIC 
HEADQUARTERS 

Will Be Closed Until 
Aug. 17 

WARD'S Music Limited nv»nu^ ernrrter. electnc ■tarter 

Three Store* to Serve Y<wl I'm,' m^r!ve gund* D*iking rnmi'm. *ervi«eo and 'taetalled by South -r 
153# Broad Z\ i"xi m-le* f- r gaU.m F-r camp Ud 433 Balmoral -[QWN AND COUNTRY 

_ .-t campus gramps 01 gi»n*iroAv ■ •' >*•»»_„ __ ____ ___, ,. __ 


| 3-ft Sang»ter CraB mithnard Crut*- 
Miin Saw L>eaier er. twin So h p Evmrudea C..m- 

M1 Tim* um EV 4-4414 plete *j <Vi 

^ XI-ft. Glen l. Cruiser. 


Monday\s Highlights 

R.B0 Bonner discovers it can be dangerous to be on 


64 BICYCLES AND 
MOTORCYCLES 


GARDEN SUPPLIES 

rttnusMU 


USED CYCLOS WHITT ENAMEL 

z cjmj™™ .m., 

wate« tank, etc Eagle flllee. lull <•14 f.uaranleed n.. weed* 2 yard* 
Port St EV 2-1*2- *4 delivered F.V --4X4 


CL It* A TROt. AUTO. 
2** nett.ng «7»'eiw* 
“ ' Boatb- 


Western Music Co. Ltd. 

A Com Diet# Music Service 
CHORAL 

EDUCATIONAL 
Cl. ABRICAL 


... campu* gramp* <»r gi*n«lmax 
See thi, at Lun<I, Aucli'-n R<>«m* 
On view n<nv until sale-time. 7.3u 
prr. lue*4a> 

BICYCLES OVERHAULED RE 
t paired and painted New and re- 
i..ndlt M.ned hicyciaa. acceaanriea. 


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__ Twin hedmnm suite *135 

EV >3171 ' EY Mil V|n-e rhesierfield. g<xvd evwtoitlnn *39 

OFEW ALL DAY BATURDAY , Browdloom rug 12x14 »" 


BUILDERS SASH & 

DOOR LTD. 

5M Oarballr Road 

NOT ON STRIKE 

We wish to advise eur customers* 
that aur men are la another 
uninn aod not affected bv the 
•true Wa will do our best 
auoolx an tour requirement# - 

tone as aur ereseat Mrkt tool *17 All wor, guaranteed 
Be sure te tof M «**,•£•"< -lean carpel. Call Ami 

Rtf'S amSSSSS. fW-SSS M '"“ " ,KJ1 

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Oak table and six chair* *15 Tori St. 

PANDORA FURNITURE 

1141043 Pandora EV 5-4319 orvan ,i Pleirher s 


EV >4119 

>ou ui* m ju*i 

YOUR MATTRCT# OR BOX »ui le.«on» 12 rhord buttone 
inpring can be rebuilt Into 4 aanl- piano key* No F«*on» nee.ieu 
lary comfor able steeping unit inMructlun book Uitluded 1110 
$-31*1 Or we will supply new mattre-se* lrB , month P»> EV 3-024* 

or bus springs built to vuur v«s j 0 , nonw 
' speclflca'ioo* All work guarao- |I(|M 


Tho famous CASTLE ACCORDIOE 1410J>mgia*_ 

5 vsar glwan^ol*** r * #l<1 BRAND NEW JUVFN1LE Bl- 

from 4171 - 124 bass cycles priced from **' « See u. 

*v » ui 1 i before v«u huv Wc have the right 
pru-e and selection 

_1 KUHINSONS 

SEE THE NEW ELECT’SIC CHORD .5(17 Br«ad 


OIL STOVE. WHtTF. 
cmpletr with oil drum 
man, pump If*. al»o 
ga* i>iate >12 EV 4-6S<« 

ENAMEL, 
and a mi o- 
rwvvnurner 

SIFOLER KITCHEN HEATER 

complete with ropper roll 3 year* 
old little u*ed Phone EV 2 4977 
biter 9 34 p m 

RANGE AND FURNACE 

REPAIRS 

Baler* and Cyclo# oil i 
•lall-d EV MM2 

lumen tr» 


TRACTOR SERVICE 

OR* *777 OR 9-4247 

E*B TRACTOR BFRVICE 
Or*** rut and hauled a«ai Pinw¬ 
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big du hint Tree estimates. Ph 


■ M,r ■'« rsiTifFni ronmnor M (mi as . . .., _. . __ 

14ft oien-L cah.n cnnwri mth 1 * HaydFn stars on >\rst#*rn PlavhmfsF It, 

V XT'* *' n Ev,rnM " > Gunn trios to clrar a policeman frk*nd 

1 <*ni\ !2 h p Rim nuthnard m<<‘ r 4; John Pavn# and Carolyn Jones star on Frontier 

| D54 mode! run only . few hour* «M0 Jugtiw . , ^ , 2> 

9.XD Walter Slezak stars on Alroa Theatre as an 
THE SEAGULL angel who made it into hea\en via a clerical error 4. 

H).(W A powerful businessman puts the squeeze 
'on the PA on Pesilu Playhouse t and 7, 

10.30 A typhoon threatens a squadron of B 29's on 
Okinawa on Flight 6. * 


OUTBOARD MOTOR 


40 Minus 
40 Flu, _ 

Century _ _ 

103 

Alen available >n long , 
"The Bed duinnard Mo»< 
the World 


• 139 54 

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*175 M 

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ISLAND MARINE 

SUPPLIERS LTD 
1314 Wharf Street 


Monday’s Movies 


F A E ROTOVATIMO LAWN CUT 
ting. ions grass cutting 
strkleuar EV 2-9944 - 


NF.KD YOUR FURNACE SF.RV- 
Iced' Call'he rsperu Rallain and 
EV 5-5429 Kawtlng*. KV 4-1441 or EV 4-5(14. 


JOB 8 TRACTOR 
re tol tiling and plewm 
etc Phone EV 1-7414. 


SERVICE 
■ mowing 
OR • 9442. 


EV 4-4US4 
ATLAS MAI IHB 
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cleaTTtno 


_ day <4 any evening P anapuriaib* 
»• l-ptece chesterfield cleaned de- ( ,,., V tdeU Exclusive agents Fletcne- 
•o mot bed la tout own borne from L , t- , w ., t#v n c teber> Ph 
•i *12 All wora guaranteed We alee •* r .*VicaA 


m 2Z " AM. I BED HICYU.Eh ALL 8TOV9 AND PLRNACE PARTS ' preps,in,I'^w^d sprayiac 

p.puim make * plu* a complete line lo* aerator, Vic'.orU Foundries miming Psl'iaier GK 8 

of retmir* lo bb >■ le*. tnr>cira and • ,<j *33 P»mt<rofce SI EV 4-3124 - — --- —y - 

wheeled i*.**l* (xrmirhael ■ Itk-ycie - „ - - MiM. ••'!*« ••# FI.ART4 

SIM M • opp lludsoi. , liavi KV 1 97X KKMAC H.<n»R Ft RNA'C*. KX- - — 

1-elImt cimdiiMm Bed offer Plvune txJt ILSlA (>AKDKN 
i»irauuu. ne ebli- bRANJj NEW BICYCLER PROM «H 7 JOGS 

»<»95 Trade-in* sccemed Tire* t -K*x§ri—mxsMlkATl. 

linn *194 tube 93c Dave H01U- WIII7K KNAMKL (X1MHINATI 
en » Bi v< le Shop. 1334 Oevern- * v ?to4, 

ment EV 4-4722 Ptvme EV3 9MB __ 

GURNEY COMBINATION 
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dll 1.41 **• EV 4-7440 


BRITISH SMALL CRAFT RALES 


■■HPBMMWOLWOOD 

Sell mg jrlbdce plant* <iR 9 1956 

mi sun »ot a» * si- , 111 


^LUMBER and ALL YOU* ONE rHESTERFIELD^ Rl’fTE 11 


j HKINTZMAN AND NORDHKIMKi. 

|n*r»..» new and u»ed f«c aa e ur 

i rent Showroum *t MM O ugia* 

day o» any evening ftaiwpuffaiiai ReluMe. sman rouiorcycle* a.’w*\« 
svatiaNe Acceaewiea and parts 

MBBVIH. msmimlim available for ail make* 

r \ E024E RROOKI AM4 MGrTORCYCLB# TdOIDAIRF 

«7 Fort Street EV >5J*4 range 

PR OFE SSI ON AL [ ■ < — m _ _ ^ , im -n-nj ■ ~ gv 3 ! 


TOPSOIL 

_ 3-yd load- 113 56 Money re- 

ft-, funded cheerfully If no, satisfied 
.ei 'Orade 7 soil. i» 54 for ft-yd ' 

EV 2 9345 


I6..7B a.m. Pennies From Heaven (1936 musical 
EV3R39* comf ^y» Hinjt Cmahy 5. 

r- Flaxy Martin (1949 gangster drama), Vii^ 

i*- 47 i* lh i)*'' 11 ) 1 «>iM("nWr kHi'tisiist^ ginia Ma\o 12. 

ervIce oS^ie wgk M Hd' n .^r r^M 7 ^! <•» P-"»- J* 1 < WM war drama I, Robert 

and all mlerk.r lumiier I* •%< • • Stack • 

t-ruiari kdi alau avaitnide. Full de „ ’ ... i ... . „ .... 

tail* EV5-4NH9 2.aa (lambiing On The High Seas «1940 comedy* 

it r- brandi mayr or cRUiR- diamai, Jane Wyman II. 

IUr.rZ*SJT..?f V.L P* *«* Sh«« .1!M* Kn,li»h rtr.rn. with 

•j. 544 rongnier m trade larger good iwlle-t sequencer, Moira SheRicr 4; Killer's Kim 
Phone o.n«e» , drama*. Jamie Smith «; * The Moon and Six- 
46 CABIN cruireh PROPRB- P^ 1 ' 1^2 drama < .<.wrge Sh riders 12. 
stomn By bail’ , double planked bo, - s.|# Tonigiit We Raid Calais *1943 war drama), 

tom modern convenience* bleep. * 

5 140 h p Chrts-Craft engine I>^* •» Cobh II. 

EV4?B64 __ ft.M Professional Soldier (1936 comedy), Victor 


ir CLINKER with SHriTER VlrIj«ol#‘n 1 
cabin new 5 4 Wisconsin. »taln- _ ‘ _ 

le»» »ieel shaft 1444 5.W A Pi 


I MATERIALS 


BUILDEPS SASH & 
DOOR LTD 

M *VMU> Do* 


IHStSl’CTtON 

SUTE? tit m mmm 7L* «v j«u,_ nwMm*. 

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loEBERT SARD TWIN BEDROOM 14h# d rr >»ewond finished c**#. with LES BLOWS MOTORCYCLES 

•u fe adm headboard* box spring* bra** Ituing* and bench to match Sales fnr ’he neat in new and 

*V«giii and ma'treAsA* _ Mr and Mr* fnr rent ph«n* EY 1-43*4 used fnntnrryrles and 

f>re**er EV >»l. ideal PRACTISE PIANO MOR- - - 

BRITISH UPHOLETERY JUtOP n , m *k* Lnyely ton#. *1M GIRLS I1CYCH RALEIGH' xViTf 


ADTOMATIC ^ - BUAC1. K«L W . _-/ 1^!' ^" h Th * ti * ,r ® n 11941 m y*<«». 

•B7 Eort Street E V >*ca$ i*nge in top condition *IM Fh j «ie* *79 EV 4-91*7 CiPOrft SandefS 13. 

-RACK TO SCHOOL ini'nvro eru" deh^r^d^in J f,U 3^K •*4nd IF”FIBRUOLAB~BEA _ KING AND .MaISI# Was A Lady ( 1S)41 COmedy), Anil 

Expert repair* in all "toK' 9 «* REACH M 4 -BURNER ELECTRIC l# ., d gv 4-51*7 »h#el 1 year old *2*9. ihree 14 by .Sothern A. 

O^Tgje** roB-ttk ’^ 145 Pho »» -*-MOCK-I** ne*rn runabout, i gtsseed and 

-*- Rand-pieked ala,ted roek fo, or 9?uV*** 1 

_your rgrkerte,. t-ynrd u,.e* aaa 

68 $EWING MACHINES EV5-*1>* anytim e 


Phone after 1* p m 
CONVERTED - *-M*TRE~ 


Shiplap Standard and 
Better 

1x4, standard and better 
|g«a itandard and better 
4*4, Standard and brtter 


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gt\e free ewtunai 


We will gled'i r, ll my , ,,- M 
with pe"em* and 
new EV 5 


lo oo The Black Sheep <1956 horror drama >. Basil 
Rath hone i, 

-- _ _!!P.,xr« row *™ wrxr - .w.,w« wat.rtu.. Dark Delusion (1947 drama). Lionel Barry 

*** » »It»3m - TREADLm CHEAP- yjf^k. ^d grave: manure feVn!** M "aTuire fSShSi 11 J 

Sng and manuir^ by the mck Brektrag# gv g 1*24 II. 1.7 Hotel Berlin (1945 spy drama), Helmut 

machine FROM e_*wni. _ £Tt”uruiser. fwi* M<mm£ Dentine ||. 

BLACK 1,0AM SOIL. *3 90 A TD . deep# ,ix Eullj Ptted. Harnwmy . • . Th« Mwonwt M0V1 

CINCTR TREADLF machine m * and $->d l^ed, aian cheap fill Rrrfured fo 54 m) $7 n«y »tr handle »|f..>> I ne NIAgneT 

goAd condi ^to TlLwJU »1 GR*: 4 it cv w __ lv 4-«5ni Stephen Murray. Kay Walsh 2. 

TOP SOIL PEAT son* fill v clinker boat 2 1 * h p iron . |2.M midnight Mark of the Vampire (1935 horror 


flna Sewing Machine 74# Jnhn»on 


Singer * IS per mreith EV 54S1J 


OK 


AvbtiaMe nee at 

MITCHELL & 


»A>ain TO TOY- HtINTXMA* 

__ —• .Nnrdhetmet «r Mawm and R<«ch !*4'» HARI.E5 

oak DINING ROOM surrr CON. W1U p. N EV5A24# tHWt Phone GR 41*79 

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gr 415*1 W haMjmMNi D T' Y. 71 'FARM IMrLKMINTl k 

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Hill, 

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4’4’ WALNUT BED SPRINO AND 

ANDERSON ,a * ttrrM ' %M 9?? <K1 ..5® 0<,u,<>n piano for sale 


VIOLINS. 
EV >7*90 after 16 a m 


OFFERS 


L. FILL _ _ . . 

Trurking. Hnrm engine overhauled no»i imn . , , ___ . 

paifitf<i pnrf tijs gk vv<7t L/** drRfDR •. Lionel fUrrymor^ *. 
coopers tractor— we level. Cn ** _ 11*18 a.m. Bodyguard <1948 mystery), Lawrence 

rnfnvale. mow etc EV7«lt FOR SALE 11’ CLINKER IN- *|^ r! pr y |J| 

tato^Rn^'R^HS-uw^flc ph’ne 2.66 Mexican Spitfires Baby (1941 comedy. Leon 

80 80ATS 4 MARINI EV ^tni* between 5 nod 4 V EfTO , „ 

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er EV5to43 M TV, RAK7IU, 

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pipe EV J-WCM » 


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714^ O',ii* 

Ph WOOD AND COAL FURNACE Moyhcw, StTLftt & 

new r-dd"lo« EV 7-4071 . 


F. 4 F TRACTOR |,nelter and cockpit cover new 45 

EQUIPMENT LTD n p Mercury electric autboard 

I Deualae S< '•«* BY >-7443 «peed roiltng to *4 mile* 

_ -ho*room rendition 

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13-FT naRBOLAS RUNABOUT, 
w nd«hleld steering 1 yegr eld. 
Mffl OR 7 7144 


GOTIO CLEAN STOAT. 
ST with high (tend l oil dr 
" pletr *1«6 EV 2 37HS 


BOUSE ' Butfderx A M » FT _FLTTWG RRTOGF CARTN 

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DOUBLE BED HEADBOARD MAT TY, FOB RENT VICTORIA DBr CONSTRTED OIL RANGE COM 
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Mto KV 3-Utt. candi'Fm. 195 


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22 Ball* (Colonist 10 BOATS & MAKINt! 

Um4n. ♦, HI* 

*- -—- —; Special Summer 

BO BOATS * MARINE SALE 

Prices to .Clear 


Woodward's 

MARINE 

SUMMER 

SALE 


If fiber*!** run*Soul wits 
f *» d#<k hardware w:ndi 

and Meeting _ 

| M ftherrtee Fieherman hull 
«lth Inboard mrn» bed 
» fibergla* runahnul with 


VOURC A ** 

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A«AM. 0MLIN6/.. AMO 
THIS TIME I CAN TAKE 
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SKI SPECIALS 


HV**. _ $3 95 


' Regular 
•Ui 


10 Theraellt# Bo* 
each loecial 


..S4 95 
$21 95 
$2295 

$212 


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SALES LTD. 



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MOO CARS FOR*SALE 


CAIRN TERRIER PUPPIES. ME- 

let* Kn<* ISO ua «na Raymond 
GR SJN 


REgIsTERETT^ COLLIE PUPPIES 

on* mu* past Vrtir centra ea 
Snok* F. -ad VUttor* welcome 


FOR SALE - BLACK NKWFOUXD- 
laud-Oolden Labrador cron* *uo» 
lAffe ami gri nd nafared GR3 7*4 

FOR KALE BEAUTIFUL. VTOCSt 
mi* See! point Siamese h 1 t*emr from 
regi stered stork CR H IT! 

I'iST BLACK AND C.REY PEK 
tngese. , | " R| 

area 


Radio for Sunday 


» hm $199 McKoy-Cormack 


14’ Islander outgoard 


14’ Aluminum 
runabouts 


$234 

$605 


Ltd. i U 2 L_ 


779 PAIS DORA AVE 
EV 2-8932 


Shipyard - Marina and 
Industrial Engineering 
110 Kingston SL EV 2 7731 

PROPELLER REPAIRS 

Expert propeller repairs 
of all kinds 
balancing, re - pitching, 
etc New propellers also 


17' CONVERTIBLE Qvgijobl^—bored to fit 


SKAGIT 

IN THE WATER 
WILL DEMONSTRATE 

SURFACING PRODUCTS 
& MARINE SUPPLIES 
LTD. 

•4S TATIS ST. EV 3-1421 


your shaft 


erj-iip- 


4 Manna Railway*-FNillv 
oed Machine Weldtne and 
Rhno* Enelne Repair* Proo*1Ier 
Renalr* Tan* Rutldtne and Re 
pairs Moortnti and undercover 
dry Horace available. 


MARINE ENGINES 


SPENCER BOATS 

Designed bv Rrendlmtrr 

14 6", 17', 19' KITS 

Nov in stock Terms arranged 

Walker Marine Sales 


Just arrived New shipment the M* Etllham Rd Phone OR 7-1731 

popular S 6 -h p 4-eyllnder "Flaher- __ 

!»•»>■ marine engine—cum part light- ; 

u'tn 1 M,a,a * * WATER SKI SPECIAL 

MAYHEW, STRUTT 
Si WILLIAMS LTD 

m3 DOUGLAS EV 4 5931 


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CBC - 980 

CKNW -888 

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*80 

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UK 

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DA • Choice 

New*. DA a Chotcd 

DA a Choir* 

Bert Nelson 

Bert Nelson 

BBC Loral New* 
Continentals 

Gardener The Valley 
Songs of Praia* 
Chamber Muoc 
Reltgtuua Period 

New*. Devotiora 
l*evutk>ns S Kay* 

New* Guy Lomhardu 
Sunday Request* 

Gen* Kern 

Gene Kern 

Sunday School 

Gene Kern 

N*wa. Higgs 

Chun h of the Air 

L.gnt and Lit* 

Revival Dm* 

Paul Caracal 

Message <4 Israel 

Music For Subday 

Music Fnr Sunday 
Music For hunday 

M usic For Sunday 

Got* Cup Ra.e* 

vrwa uncart 

Cuncert 

Newa. kyu.ni 
ravunw Hymna 

New* DA * Choice 

DA a Choice 
.Newa vnuuh barvlc* 
.nurca Service 

Newa bun Requests 
C<jncert Time 

Newa Memories 

Just tur Fun 

Gem Kara 

Gene Kem 

New* Church 

Church Servv* 

Vote* of Calvary 

Salt Lake Tab*mac*# 

Einalcin. Weekend 
Weekend Smith 

a uo 

1210 

l« 

1.80 

Newa Mums 

New* due v 

New* Bnuouet 

Kncur* 

News: Bonnie Scotlnd 
DA a Choice 

A ewe DA * Chou** 

DA e Chute* 

Newa DA a d»lee 

DA * Choice 

News DA * Cboece 

DA e Choice 

Show Music 

Show Music 

Point* West 

Critically Speaking 

Music Diary 

Postmark U E. 

Wanz Time 

News In Reply 

Newa Spuria Melody 
Melody Time 

New* Scandinavia 
Sunday Matinee 

Gen* Kent 

Gene Kern 

Gen* Kern 

Gene Kern 

What Peopto Think 

N-W Weekend 

Newa N W Weekend 
N-W Weekend 

Cup Race* 

Gold Cup fUne* 

Gold Cup Race* 

Gold Cup Races 

I 

lunday Dmere 

Sunday Driver* 

Holiday Highway 

Percy Palth Preaente 

Sunday Matinee 

Sunday Matine* 

Sunday Ma'ine* 

Sunday Matine* 

Gen* Kem 

PCL Rave baft 

PCL Baseball 

PCL ’Baseball 

N W Weekend 

N W Weekend 

W-eld Mum Feat 

World Music Feat 

Gold Cup Race* 

(c«ld Cup Race* 

Gold Cup Race* 

Gold Cup Race* 

LOB 

430 

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New* kui.nntmtr 

HuilfWM’ntn t H' Ml 
Newa 'Vi M a Day 
Help Wanted 

Newa DA a Chotca^ 

•»A • Chute* 

DA a Survey 

DA » Survey 

Winnipeg C«ir>eeTt 
Winnipeg Conceit 

Carl Tarmmrt 

Capitol Rerael 

Roiling Horn* 

Rolling Horn* 
moling Horn* 

Rolling Home 

PCL Baseball 

PCL Baseball 

PCL Baxehnll 

PCL Baseball 

World Music FaaL 

N-W Weekend 

N-W Weekend 

N-W Weekend 

C.old Cup Rare* 

G>»ld Cup Rare* 
fjold Cup Rate* 

Gold Cup Rate* 

400 

• Ki f 

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$80 

R 3~ 

tins 

U 80 

New* stxn'ev Rlack 

R -ger William* 
sir: -Mii ‘inary 

Church Service 

New* DA a Survey 

DA * Survey 

Western H >s 

Western Hiti 

Prurfurer'a Choice 
Come Aft Ye H und 
New* Speaker 

Sunda> Choral# 

New* and Sport* 
Rolling Home 

Rolling Home 

Rolling Horn* 

New*. Nick Sand* 

Nick Sand* Show 

New* Nick Sands 
Church Servlc* 

Johnny Dollar 

Suapenx* 

Have Gun 

Gunam.*# 

Gold Cup Races 
(^dd Cup Races 
Sjmphorv 

Symphony 

•lurrh Nervwa 

Newa Wal'ze* 

<u Army 

Stardust 

New* DA * Survey 

DA a Survey 

Newa Mumc 

Memone* In Muale 

C urhirhing Cnnf'refPe 
C'Hichichlng Ccnf renr* 
Mttwr 

Music 

Rolling' Home 

Rolling Home 

Rolling Horn* 

Rolling Horn* 

Church Servic* 
kamily Tiwatr* 

Nick Sands 

Sick Sands_ 

Newa: Miller 

Miff h Miller 

World of H E Smltb 
Face the Nation 

Negro Choir 

Viewpoint 

PCI. Baseball 

PCL Baseball 

Newt, Metarhrlno 
riii•« urtbam 

News. Journey 

Melody Journey 

ewa DA * Survey 

Survey Snorts 

New* DA * Survey 

DA a Survey 

New*. Talk 

Sunday Sigh* 

Sunday Night 

Sunday Night 

Newa Ecouier Nou* 
Sunday Music 

Newa Pa at nr"* Study 
Pastor’• Study 

Newa Clo*e of Day 
Nick Sands Show 

New* Sport Sand* 
Nick Sands Show 

Weekend: Bihl* 

Bible. F-’nim 

News Weekend 
Revival Tim* 

PCL Raaeha!l 

PCL Base bail 

PCL BaartuFI 

Album of 


Aug 4 Shethnume-Smtt St 
KV J «ag 

HERMAN SHEPHERD CROSSED 
Latiradur punpiev S1T1 Old West 
Rd GR 8 -UOn 

WEIMAR IN ERPV PS FOR RALE 
P>**>nabir G I>maidanr l.Van Mr- 
Rar 


TWO B - MONTH - OLD FEMALE 
German Shepherd* from rhamp-! 
ton*hlp a lock OR B-M 44 

vlDS-A. PARLOR - SHOWk Al’G 
Ij. Cry*t*> Garden. B p m. Entries 
fnm seven. 

FOR S ALB—POLICE DOo! $U 

rv B-ntoe 

• REGISTERED SIAMESE KITTEN A 

ev stun 

TAIR BUDGIES 


d w, nMiialMir.D SU 

100 tponm^m. 

*5 FOR SALE - 1 


IS OK 


» » EV 4-2 


THE GREATER VICTORIA DOC, 
JJ-Jjj !' a n.ng Club EV 3 7N* 

-- LAYHKl.li KENNELS REGIS 

ll® t ered r .v ker pup pie* C.R 4-44*' 

LOU 1988 SINGER CANARIES RB 
L»> ViMa Variety EV 5-6731 


LEADING * 

IN NEW AND 
USED CAR SALES 
IN 

VICTORIA 

You too con get a 
GOOD DEAL AND A 
GOOD DEAL MORE 
AT 

EMPRESS 
MOTORS 


1 2 GERMAN shmmrrd male \ ~t 
>ear* old CR t>-34« 

4.W OUTSTANDING PUREBRED 1 GER- 

tw n 

IS MICHAEL WILLIAMS BOARDING 58 
- and training kennel*. GRAPH? 

— - - 

C»t RCCitSTCRKD BASSET HOUND 
—3-1143 


KARMANN OH IA Sport* Road- 
ater Tut on* grey. #aiqc 

new car condition . I 7J 


ton pun* OR »-l 

- **' 3 YOUNG FAWN BOXERS. REG- 
ta> .sirred I'tvo- V»*e 44M _ 

{£ MALE PUPS S3 GR7-JBR_ 

_»**,PriTlES FOR SALE_ GR 8- 481" 

or t-iri 


C A HILLMAN Sedan. 

Ulua . 

c A VAUXHALL Veiox. 
Hiue .. 

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Sedan .. 


Radio for Monday 

J 

Net t« latt-mlaal* ehangea by stotUaa rear* reed. 


FOR SALE 

Mercury Outboard Motor*. 
Chntler Marine Engines and Parts 
Sfrb p Universal 1583 

1837 MK 13B Mercury outboard 
with controls. 3 tank* and snare 
pn>p 8 »*i 

Converted Memiry V 8 with 3*1 
redurnoa gear 3330 

ORR MARINS DtST. LTD 
140 Kingston EV 3-3813 


w,?h laminated 


ISLAND MARINE 

SUPPLIERS LTD 
1214 Wharf Street EV 3-8238 


SHIP CHANDLERS 
McQUADES LTD. 

-EVERYTHING FOR THE 
YACHTSMAN’ 


EV 3-1141 

1233 WHARF ST (Fool 1 


Clearonce Sale 


ANGUS MARINE 

22M Douglas SL EV 4-7431 


Boat Transportation 

Small or large Black and Whlu 
Motors. EV 3-41C3 anytime 

FISHING BOAT RENTALS 

Gole-Buccaneet Elto' 

tnun BAT MARINA BV I- 4 UI 


__ _oun<_ 

EFFICIENT AIR TANK REFILL* 
da 

MERCURY MARINE 

880 DISCOVERY ST KVVStd 


BOAT COVER CANVAS AND CAN- 
*ai decking by the yard Convert¬ 
ible hardware boat filling* Heavy 
webbing strana for boot trailer*. 
VICTORIA TENT * AWNING CO.. 
Ml Ba lmoral Rd EV 3 521V _ 

sTfMMER CLEARANCE 
BOATS AND OUTBOARDS 
30% off. PV. Down. 

DIX KOI IPMENT LTD 
314 Yates <Nr Wharf • EV 8-7813 


NEW 14-FT FIBEfiLAS BOAT S3D0 
tieiiiw regular price 338 Herald St 


rim* 

CJ V1—99* 

Cl* DA - 1880 

CRB - in 

CKNW - 999 ^ 

Cl* WE—1189 

BIBO—Tie 

homo - teu* 

HQ 

830 

800 

930 

New* Breakfast 

New* Breakfast 

News. Tune* Money 
ram un* 

News, rop O’ M n 

Tup O Reporter 

New* Tim* Out 

Newt. Who Am IF 

Newa John Sharpe 
New* Juhn Sharpe 

BBC New*. Arc hare 
Morning Concert 

New*. Bob'* Inn ' 

Devotion*. Roving Mikt 
Newa. Fiesta 

Newa Fiesta 

Newa Jim Rnb*«i 
Newa Jun Robeaa 
Newa Mcuean 

Norn* McLean 

Jim French. New# 

Jun French Show 

News. Fientb 

New*. French 

Vandcrhonf • 
f..r Breakfast 
Vandrthuuf 
f.^ Hreaklaat 

•0 00 

10 « 

>l«t 

U 30 

Six for On# 

Adventure in Music 

A Ivemure ui Music 
Adventures in Music 

Newt. Tim* Ok 

i nne JU' 

New*. Tun* CXk 

Tun* Out 

Vialt. T Hunter 

T Hunter. Muaie 
Showcaae. Reoird 

Off The Record_ 

News. Fiesta 

Newa. Fiesta 

Newa. Fiesta 

Newa Roundup 

Newa McLean 

Norm Mr Lean 

New* 5!cU-*n 

Nurrl* McLean 

Jim French 

Judith Lane Babbitt 
Happiness Burton 
Malone Ma Perkin* 

Breakfast Club 

Hrvrtkiast riuto 
Kalberinr Wise 

Dm k Waf i 

1200 

1210 

100 

L30 

Percy Faith 

News Faith. 

Jn« s Notebook 

Jqe’s Notebook 

New* Weather Surv'y 
New* Sp-rt* Survey 
New* DA a Survey 

DA » Survey 

Spencer. New* 

Farm and Mann* 

Now I A*k Ycu 
Afterrvxjn Conrbrl 

New*. Webster 

New* Roundup 

News Roundup 

Nvwa Roundup 

New* Ge-rg* 

Cal George 

Newa Geort* 

Cal George _ 

Street*. Couple 

Helen Trent. Buttram 
Newa. Solly 

Galen Drake 

Dick Wahl ~ 

Dm k Wahl 

Dm k Wahl 

DM k Wahl_ 

200 

230 

300 

110 

sjjjl 

2Z// 

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1 1 

Buirharf * Gardena 
Bute hart a Gardena 
Hut chart » Gardens 
Rutrhart a Gardena 

Afternoon Concert 

News Matinee 

Mai me* 

Song Shop 

Newa Fiesta 

Newa Fiesta 

Newa Ft#si* 

Newa Fiesta 

Nrwx Georg* 

Cel Ge> rpe 

New* Waddell 

Jim Waddell 

Art hut Godfrey 
*ritni« G-urey 
Housepary 

Matine* 710 

Dick Wahl 

DmK Wahl 

Warren sa under* 
Warren Saunder* 

400 

430 

9.00 

5 JO 

Joe's Notebook 

Rolling Hume 

News K'.liinr Hien* 
News. Rolling Hum* 

News rime LAU 

DA * Survey 

New* I#A * Survey 

DA * Survey 

Ago»!ini a Music 

Tempo 

Tempo 

Tempo 

Newa Roadshow 

Nrwi. Riadihnw 

Newa Roadshow 

Newa R>wdsbow 

Newa WaddeU 

Bob MtGavm 

Newa McGavia 

Newa Met .a'in 

Matine* 710 

Maluie* 710 

Matinee 710 

Matine* 710 _ 

Warren Sa under* 
Warren Saunders 
Warren Saundera 
Warren Saundera 

ino 

480 

TOO 

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Neva. Batey 

Square Dance 

CBC News Roundup 

Stage 8 

News: Curtain Tim* 
AsMgnment 

New* On Stag* 

On Stag* 

New*" Sporta”Survey 
Ne*« Sinclair. Surv’y 
Western Hits 

Western Hit* 

New* PnlhirB. Hita 
Great Hit* 

Vem<*rie* in Mu*ic 
Memories in Mu*ic 

Tempo 

Tempo 

Naitunal Newa 

Little Svmphonl#* 

Couchichmg Confer. 

Man lo Man 

The Vand>k# Affair 

Newa Webster. Sport* 
Newa AH Tltne-Htt* 
Newa All-Time Hit* 

New* spurt* 

H..h Met ,*\ ir 

Newa McGavlB 

HAh McGa'U! 

Tb- >mas New* 

Sport a New* 

Newa 71" Sh.ee 

G «s. 710 Sbie _ 

Warren Saundera 
Warren Saundera 

NFwa and Sport 

Newa and Spurt 

Ino 

880 

800 

9 80 

New* All-Time J|ll* 

News; Sandman 

New*: Sandman 

New* Send man 
Sandman. Webster 

Newa World TonlgM 
PCL Baseball 

IVL Hnsetu.il 

PCL Ba>ei«ll 

Amos ’n’ Andy 

News. R«*b A Ray 
W«eld sh-sveaa# 

KIRO Shiwta** 

Rig Round 

Rig Sound 

PCI. Hase'wll 

PCL Baseball 

10 00 

10 80 

11 no 

U.30 

Newa: Music 

Great Mysterte* 

News Memory Lane 
Memory Lane 

New*. Survey 
i)A » Survey 

New* DA » Survey 

DA » Survey 

Newa. Festival 

Bcsem Artists 

Pattern of Muale 

1 Pattern ol Mu»ic 

Newg .Cecil Solly 
Sandman » Serenade 
New* Sandman 
Sandman Serenade 

News Close of Day 

Jim Waddell 

News: Waddell 

Jim Waddell 

Stereo Sound 

Bible Inat'iute 

N.'ws, Sweet SpGnd 
The Sweet Souno 

PCL Baseball 

IN l. Baseball 

PCL Bawwll 
w.rid Affaire 


Tim* 


91 CHICKS. POULTRY, 
HATCHING IGGS 
AND SUPPLIES 

WANTRU - LIV* FOWL AND 
ruaa'rra ton pocoa weighed al 

eiajf idar a UKHIIB u> GR 

tt'P RATE PAY 8 \JM UVh PUl)i 

try Vtrturtn Puuitry EV 4 0932 


PONTIAC 
Sedan .... 


gut' 

|S 8 _ 

! t! 7 ONE-YEAR OI.D HAMPSHIRE 
, Ia>i ng hem EV 3-0 138 ~_ 

!n‘5 HANTAM HENS AND ROOVTERS. 
}f J Y* earh GR 8 


53 


n FORD 
radio 


56 


PLYMOITR 

Automatic. 

radio 


Da luxe Sedan. 

$1595 


CZII-TIRD Custom 
30 sedan . 


C-Y AUSTIN. 
Rrigo .. 


$1495 

$1995 

$695 


IL* 17 WHITE ROCK PULLETS 11 
^ week* 1 'Id. II A eai h. (iR 7 3442 

12* RiXlSTER AND 14 LAYING HENS 
L (8 S 2 T. G R 7-1l3 (i._ 

_ 1 IAMPS APRIL HATCH ANY 

1881 quantity 11*0 <.r*- 4 o<~ 

JS, AUS7RA Whites wiu l^y 

131 thl. CHRV 2 Door 

LIVESTOCK ond pontiac 


cm 

4 v 92 

$r« »4 

1 31- 


FEEDS 


Ible Green 
C 7 RL'ICK Special Sedan Dyna- 

$2695 

.57 25“ 1695 

$2295 
$1995 
$795 


1 Sedan. Green ...... 


Sedan 


n METEOR Da lux* 
Sedan, radio 


SI BEAUTIFUL DAPPLE GELDING. 3 

7 no 'rar*. not broken. Cheap One Welxh 

1.30 t’m’o broken for liarne** and tad c 7 CYIRD Fairlan* 

—die. 3 years. Phone GR 8147^ -J • matte. 

KI 8 WELL • BROKEN 14 HANft^pHII^ r * d *° . 

8 0»» dren * jw.n> very gentle, al an’ new g- Q l»o.NTIAC 1 Door 
8 .3C western saddle H 1 -e Ham. Agtl J/ sedan 

cultural Ground*. Duncan. 

10.08 cq PONTIAC 3 -Door 

10 W PUREBRED JERSEY COW OQ ^ 

11 'V freshen 4 aalion* 8ep; 1. al*o 

1131 3 ton* alfalfa and clover bay CHEV Sedan. Auto- $2495 


Km- Aui.*- 

$2195 

$2,695 

$2295 


— OR 8-5311 


SI 


TIMBER 


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MISCELLANEOUS 
FOR SALE 


TIMBER AND FOREST LAND 

bought and sold for caati E G. 1 11 C' 

Ramaford. BCR.F. 828 Fort EATON b 

Street EV 8-3444 EV 3-8888 u./ 8 1 wi % 


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JONES BROS. BATTERY 


VAN ISLE MARINA 

/agent Motors GRV1I3S 


ESQUIMALT MARINE ^ oc 

BV I 1841 Bales and Bervlca VXH. S4 YD 


MISCELLANEOUS 
FOR SALE 

"HOME SHIELD" 

A Real G'-d duality 

HOUSE 

PAINT 

White otid Colors 


Warehouse 
Showroom 
818 VIEW STREET 


Fnr the hteeeit bareatnt In 
u*ed lurntture and anolianeea. 
mme 10 EATON S new Ware 
hou«e Showroom, at It* new 

location. 


82 


MISCELLANEOUS 
FOR SALE 


82 


MISCELLANEOUS 
FOR SALE 


BARGAINS 
In Used Fridges 
FROM S70 


LARGE 

Selection lo 


SPECIALS AT 
SUTHERLAND 
PHARMACY 

WHIU THEY LAST 

Tooth brushes. 80c and 80c. 

tor -- 

Aunset dvea. Only, each . 

Coutt* note paper boxed 
To clear at only 


82 MISCELLANEOUS 
FOR SALE 

Lownmower Clearance 


82 


MISCELLANEOUS 
FOR SALE 


’ malic radio 

ULLAC sedan 


K 7 caiulUc brdan auto- 

5i 1, Rd ^ 5/ MAW RADIO. POWER 

8 TRCRIHQ. $4395 


— - HORSES FOR SALE. SADDLE 

PISTLE ELECTRIC SOL- t,r<d and pallmino gi-ldim; al*c 
- --- cMld'a saddle horae. GR 8-4334. 


INJWRR BRAKES 


BAHY CRIB. IN GOOD CONDITION. 
EV VN9I*. 


IF* Clemaon reel type Brigga Sirat- 

$135 83 MISCELLANEOUS 

19 ’ Demon reel typa. 4-c^cla motor WANTED 

$65- 


WELL CONSTRUCTED SINGLE 

h'>r»e trailer. Apply 4M7 Pal Bay 
Highway 


28c 


31 BALES WHEAT AND VETCH 
hav 31 per hair Tethering chains. 
33 earh GR 7-1138 


- r„.,M ^ 'Swr 511 " *•«,, 

W. VOU .,th AUlrk - Me & Me 
GUARANTEED 35?.* ,i" 'SJt'SS'ZJS* a rv.uu 

Farh fridge rarriea a guarante* on |_ . 

the mmpreaaor unit. Ha'* at Sutherland a Pharmary 


Special 

21" Rotary. »’eel casing 

. ” $76.88 ADELPHI BOOK SHOP',- 

uu l/pdt a:vvi7ia 3V4RB 


EV 5-1744 EV4 _ __ 

' GO >p HAY FOR SALE, 

aide GR S187F 


EASY TERMS 

MAIS 
ELECTRIC 


1?’, U\ 16’ CL 1 NKERS 1 

L) A L BUA1 WORK S GH 4 * 074 

SEVEN SEAS MARINA 

Bat *»i*rc ixft gala* OK 4-1944 


SQUIRE YACHT SALES 

Shics-Ciarler* LA 4 ib .1 

OLD r UtilKRMAR REN 1 ALU 
Be.. 1 .' +ji 14 buata motor tranar ! 
and mteh. 3* a day Suer*, wrexiy 
ran Phone day KV 5-kML nignt 
EV 3-aklfl LVXW78 _ 1 

i OOQDJTAtllLY MAT OR u st 
fishing 13 -KF’ beam. Sea Babe dt , 
sign, new 22 bp motor. Tee tire 1 
trailer Complete unit ready to go I 
anywhere 414 Pandora Ave 

a "brandlmayr “c r u i s k”r ' 

fully equipped. 80 h p. L’niveraal 
marine motor, a clean, well built 
boa* 4 years old. Fibergias dinghy. 
Aluminum shed. EV 3 «DST 


BAPCO PAINT 
SUPPLY 

Fre* Delivery 


Woodward's 

USED APPLIANCE AND 
PURNITURK SHOWROOUR 


Ranee* Waaher* Radio TV. 
Refritarator* Furniture 
and Whittaood New Un pain tad 
Purnltur# 

779 Pandora EV 2-8932 


1 Thre#-o»ec# Bedroom 
1 Butte . - -- 875 80 

l F.»hl-Piece Oak Dining Room 

j Butte _ 348 88 

xehntiM 

lilt 88 lMl Cook gl KV 3-1434 

1 City Wa»her with oumn 8*8 58 

1 Norge Automatic Washer. 9148 85 ——-—— 

1 Cvclae OH Rente — 1135 88 

1 Oeneral Electric IP Dttr 

Television Bet ,n> For home free/rr* Best price* 

1 10 foot Ptberglas Boat. 1175 00 include* rutting, wrapping. 

1 Moffat Electric Ranae 188 81 freezing delivery. 

1 Reel Power Mower 838 85 FAMILY BUTCHER S 

I 3 3 Box Spring* gig FISGARD EV 15313 

Etch .. 819 88 


2401 Douglav St near Roundabout 
Phone EV 4-3122 , 

Veterinary Supplies. 

Cosmetic* Baby Ne*<!» Private sale large etHiertlon mn 

Bub Post Office and paper money 


COINS 

aale large coiled 
per m«wtey. mmpb 
ntir refererwe librar; 
Term* I" nghi party 

Plvn# tV 2 8923 at 8 p m. 


M's FORT 

iiatMiiM MMiiMMWyOA 

SCRAP CARS 

-KUCKS real in-n Yard, base <***> SUFFOLK RAM LAMB 
men » cleaned. haul.ng L1> 3-4>H 'ea.lmg* f -r Ml* GR 4 1 M*i 

WE BUY AND BELL CAMERAS. HIDES COWS DAY OLD CALVL> 
musical inairumen.a radio* fumi *»ug bi tar cash, OR 8 1801 

G|vt - 


nxernnn JSF tF^- uu ^ MINE FARMEN WCTJ38 HORSES 

«... romplete wnih «• a ‘alL UU 00 end cow* Ph anytime OR • 3885 

numlamattr refererwe library. 13 800 eminent. EV 4-u-H. 


BPECIAL SPECIAL 
AT IOA POODUNER 

Where food prices are elway* . . _ d- 

lower Bacon rindlem. lean .Heed, A A B “*£mj** «iOP EV 3 5M3 R( 

48c lb pkg Banana* good. 3 lb* '■» hp Master gearmolor. IT>4 
larg* i egg*, grade A. local., r p m. BllE 

doaen CuV-rite rjMUg TOP 41UAL- 

frosen ]SL Cordoea Wayaid# Market 


- SHETLAND AND WELCH SHUT. 


PAY 50c EACH FOR 1922. 1^. 1825 Und 

'Canadian penmea Very good cm — —TT -. _ -- 

ditnm Kmrt Bnden 1014 South Eye 1 - MONTH OLD TURKEYS 
Tacoma. Washington male. GR 9-3542. 


extra fre*h. 43c 
waxed 


froaen pea*. 


CUV-r it 

refill*. 1 roll* 47c; _ 1*1 x 


pkg* 


FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES 
PURCHASED FOR CASH 
ElLSHAWS - EV 4 4441_ 

CAItli PRICKS PAID >T)H 

Clot bin*; 


14 FT BOAT CARVEL BUILT 
fiberglatsed. 7-h p inboard motor 
Deck. |20U GR ft-«h35 3845 Helen, 

Road_ 

21 DAY CRUISER. 45H P MA- 
nne engine life Jarket*. anrh..r 

r ' , B '" u,Tul "*• W1,h w •° Ki * 5ay 

n.ML ss 3 ^IM 30 different designs 


- 


BRITISH INDIA 


3 only Upright Vacuum Cleaner* 

Each * . 810 08 

1 only Tank Vacuum Cleaners 

Each . . .. 819 88 

1 Rotor Power Mower ... *25 08, 
1 Ev in rude 10 h.p. Outboard 
Motor . . ..3215 88 

EATON'S 

Warehouse Showroom 
818 View Street 


PETERSON ELECTRIC AL 
CONSTRUCTION. LTD. 

“Buy Your Mat<* from Motor 
^ Exparie’’ . 

Agents mr All cut Materi 

and Gnu-ala 

OU Dui gtaa Street EV 3-4191 


,u«. ) .I- K.«n- *—• 

.11 color., a PM> )« l. TO* the »*ST CHICtfNS »SD SLInUU 

eat pork picnic-, lean. 39< lb. turkeya hi town. Stuart a Meat - - 

ready to eat ham*, lean, half or im Dougia* EV 3 9211 REQUIRE TYPEWRITER 

r.? w % A a.OTTr-uurjj,. S ’Sv'ssr *“ “ 

r,^, , T.n. ,.r.r »-» |.r *»»£*»*- -P* WAVTRCRAh UAH. 

48r. Blua Ribbon m*Unt coffa# _ ,, UM . viuat N- 

5-oi jar. Libby * frtjuw , THRIFTY WASH LAUNDROMAT IS r^ti.m GR IklSlti 
:he*. large 28-oa tins. • - - - -- —- — 


Dfache' large 29-oa tin*. 2 um . y dan a aeeek. Waah 23c. dry--■ - — ■ - — 

for 95c BETTER QUALITY Sg* EVAim 3453 Quadra. GOUD BOOK^ ALWAYS BOLGHI 

Swer PRICKS AT IOA POOD- 10c RA^ffb) BOOKSHOP 

UNER. 3475 QUADRA 188'. lo BEEV BY BIDE OR QUARTER. Mb Fort Street Phone EV 3-1427 

eally owned and operate d-_— •jjf, EVSSoS WANTED- BOY'S BICYCLE SUIT 

ARBORITE TARLES 4r’x30’’ »5. :_ __ ——-^.'abl# lor 7 year old. 14 frame or 


100 CARS FOR SALE 

PLIMLEY 
CAR 


head mi !J^^ t Mr 1 hin ^ 1 j* Sn p jss? ^.ssr*- •* lb. Mabtmrtey | WANTE1>_ SILENT ^ GLOW^ OIL 

jyzJTr.« c 2k It*™. ero-w»•"■"'liff *55 pESfoiGw* 1 *'" a 


_.145 Cast greaae traollV |h>m| _ 

MABOR A R18CH ELECTRIC J '-mpartment alnkland' Never ’ Ul »d 

player piano, lo roll*. 8315, term*; >88 Elertrtf hot water tank. B 8 j. 


Rover 


F LEETWtM.HJ MlRU IrrlOI' H nr « p, 
p.rtable redfd player new. 9*5 R*|.t«h itrl’s "bicycle '839. 
dare Jewel oil Wove. «35 Beam firl -, bicycle 828 Crown 
tax glove *.» Lady * white be b: c »cle 111 EV 3-9414 M1 

v. al/e 3W 94 Playiwn. $7 —I- Z ----- P ux IIS eu. 

E* n E^iJin •“* ALBERTA ORA1N-FED TRADE A rrfr 1 * rr,, "T. 


Skate*, size BV». 
Ba’iy ramage. V 
- EV ! 


-, rl . SEE THE FABULOUS FOOOO- i E y»«47 
* rl * rama h> Kelvmator 207-lh freemr 


_ _ roM ruffles 

813 OR 4-1189 CHEST TYPE DEEP FREE7E 

,______ ’ --- rube- ft <* over, in good cndtima 

tSAND BOXES. 4 *4’. 4 DEEP EV 8 27N.1 
with mnd. 14 98. Without bottom, j 


Push-t>utton automata power 
alecnng. p-wer 
brake* radio 

'Super' Sedan. 
Large rar 

$2345 

Sedan. 


I RAMBLER 


First time at 9179. 

HUMBER'S 

WAREHOUSES 


Ol TBOARD RUNABOUT U FT t 
piy'vond l*>at 3»»-bp J<hn*nn and! 

trailer Wonderful *tu bnat gw*5. 

EV 3-1933____ 

15-iT. MAHOGANY D E C K E D 
runabout Lights. *teering ronlrnt 
cables, etc. Coat » 4 M B300. Pleme 
F.V 3-7924. __ 

IF PIBREOLAS RUNABOUT.!” 

Mercury Mark 28. Ju»t overhauled 
remora control* ate. 1358 com¬ 
plete OR 4-1832_ 

UFT RUNABOUT. MAHOGANY A __ ______ r . .__ 

23-hp B'iniude E^ellent CAIRO COFFEE SHOP 


New Shipment 

"MANGO" CHUTNEY 

17 asa. H 33 M «. EM 


PUtY p»:n 
N uraery furniture, etc. 
EV 4-U775 


OREY RUG CHKHTFR FIELD 

- - — suite, white enamel garbage burner 

de luxe automat ir LAWN BOY ROTARY POW ER KV 4 1583 

All ip one compart mower. ex« ellent condition 840 I Tv *-- _ _ , . ,- , 

"r Tavler Home EV 3-0713 COMICS H( *iKS AND MAGAZINES SS ,,K * ™ 8 ‘ied-ane 

_ __ —- , wanted EV 3 7224. ** A 

POTATOES LOt,ANS SHRUHK | - - 1 

3 chert ir* Boyaen heroea ponies Mat WANTED- - U ij E D FURNITURE 
-... *>---* ----— * ca BV J-891J 


- ‘w 0111 ,*’ !, b • Jf't! Appibmt ^/ 1 7*7 Johnson 

.killed broiling fowl »c lb Too,.!:--- 

b'rall y meat parks and all freezer WASHING MACH iBEATTY- - -- -- - —- - -- - ; rn ..., HollaBd 

Mippie* Avon lea Meat Market rriha arvt matres* mirr*.r and nak trk a Farm. Ccrdova May CR 8-1814 Hollaad 
1428 Douglas St. BV 4-8515 frame, rup amrd; dc>r mat. 7 hnttle IMJL<T i C ^MEETING 8X11 BOAT 1 RKGULATION SIZE SN<*>KER’ 

~~77; ~z warmer* bofle* 11 yd ruA, ' rr i window*, windatuelda. etc Indus table, fod *-ndiOon. KV 4 4UUI 

" SPECIAL_ SALK 09 DISCON -1 , n r«i; preserving nan Ironing lr)4 j piasttca 3Mb Johnson EV 4-5414 ' 1 ■■■■ ■ , — “' 

by Number set*. wood cradle EV 3 7573 -- - 

1*7 POLAROID C AMERA LARGE g 4 SWAPS 


- ... .. .. DISCON- 

21 IN TV TOP CONDITION PER , >m i*d Paint by Numbet erU-' uiard ' mood''cradle' EV 3 7573 
formanre. 1110 late model RUA : v- off while they last Sherwin ^ 

(<ma<4e new picture tube year williams Store. 1114 Douglas. Phone FRIG1DAIRB WHITE COMMER- „***!. naah _ 

B rant re Also Vh p elertnc m.M«r KV 4-3U13 ria) deep freeze < 8 -ttd ire cream mi ., er . |7V EV 2-4M4 

EV 4-14X2 ; - ■ - i - ■■ i givte' appro* 5 years old fond -—- 

7~ri rcrate* riEazrwT mror i CLARK A PATTIBON - AOENT 8 ^ tt ton g«M at borne frre/er BROWNIE AMM fi t 

1 ELECTRIC CKMENT MIXER, for Sarnia ateel KSffoldlne rental* w lt ^r.nng at M« Mnrran a ertnera plus Buie* light 

1 land aaw 2 (w>rtahlr electric aaw* nad swies Immediate deliver* ar.d tTJ ’ qV" , td * - •• - ~- 

1 belt sender. 1 disc sender. Phone necuoo if raauired. 748 Prlncem. -- - ■- - -.. W _ D 

jGR 7-8882 EV 4-0443 _IT’ PORTABLE TV. l-IKF. NEW BEATTY AUTOMATIC IRONER 


light _ 

Wil.l. SWAP M*R SMALLER COM 
MOVIE pieted t»>*t or whai have you? XT 

--IT - u «** 1700 10 f “ r Ft *** 

OUi r* to Vlrtorm Pres*. Box 1728. EV -’ «* 


05. IT 58 

. r'vm. small car 

CQ CHEVROLET 2-Door 
J" Cuaiom heater and tfO 1 QR 
turn signal* . 1 y J 

Aut'matir power steerng 

rj" “ ,k " $ 1995 

C , Hi ICK , rv— M.n It.'l ■ . 
an,..malic, p <• w e i steering. 

$1595 

CO AUSTIN A » Cambrian’* 
JO .Sedan Manumatle tranamis- 
•i.m i e no clutch E 1 ~J A C\ 


•Tamhcian" 


CZ BUICE ROADMASTF. R 

JO SFJJAN. DYNAFXOW RADIO. 

POWER 19SQS 

STEERING . 

CC nr. SOTO Sedan. 
V4 Automatic ... 

$1495 

CC Bt’ICK SPECIAL 
J J DYMAFLOK 

RADIO L1C MM08 

SEDA N. 

$1495 

CC BI’ICE HARDTOP DYNA- 

M as:’. $1795 

C A OLDS M SEDAN Al TO- 

J* MATIC POWER ilOOS 
STEERING 

CJ MONARCH Sedan. 

Automatic 

$1195 

C-i STt DF.BAKER Low 
’JJ JV»>. Automat k- 

$1095 

CO PONTIAC CHIEFTAIN 
JJ SEDAN ^QilS 

RADIO . -PT*4J 

Cl AUSTIN 

JvJ Sedan . 

$595 

C| STI DEBAKER 
-j ' COUPE 

$295 

Cl BIICK Kedsn Auto- #7 JC 
mafic Radio 

51 s,ar $495 

Cl CHEV. Redan. 

-J 1 radio .. 

$595 

CA DODGE 

Sedan .. 

$495 

CA PONTIAC 

JvJ f^. dan . 

$295 

ift DOOGS 

Tudor .. 

. $175 

5Q METEOR Tudor, 

.. $395 

Cl NASH Sedan. 

1 radio .. 

. $495 

Cl FORD 

-J 1 Sedan .. 

$495 

Cl ROVF.R 

J * Sedan .* 

$395 

50£EI„._ 

.. $150 

50 !£■ .. 

.. $150 

a rt CHEV. 

40 Hedsn ,_ 

_ $175 

. -J OUJg. 

4 / Reoaaett*__ 

..$150 

52 VANGUARD _ 

..$175 

a Q PLYMOUTH 

^0 Sedan _ 

$245 


~ .. ____,_ WILL TRADE |1 '«0 EQUITY IN 

... r - . ,-, W1 , w , tw . ----- -- i movie camera, turret head, exretleni rondnxei Any offer over 2-bedroom home with baaement he 

Pmtilkn. g«d ski boat. tV 3-48S1 ry M . ylaf (<K _ Hudsons Bay* LEONARD t CU. 9T. RE> RIGERA- HI-FI ^PHILIPS SPEAKER RTS- ^ y ( ingle normal and 81Ui. EV 4-4544 g*"d building l,d w baljir 

or (1R 4 222B uougiaa topp. nuoson a hj j ;&r gg new. |lrt» Moffat electric tarn Eleeirohome amplllier and ,, "J;," Mt er * and cate. EV 3-T314, - — ~ — 

-'stove with garbage burner. 8 U tuner 8488 ealua. s*U 1188 .nJ?g p m '' v 


HAVINO TOUR BOAT PAINTRD1 ^ __ A __ I r V X4M9S 

53“4 1.,'ir « * HObBIES AND CRAFTS 

Street Phone EV 3-4171 EV $-4178 Oma Wed. 84.10 ML m *8 pm. 

?r. 


EV 3-2 


1123 DR OFFER 12FT RUN- 
auxd Remole rotumlp ateeimg 
wheel «md»hield Perfect condition 
EV 2 2333 


•PRICE 18 RIGHT’ 


CHESTERFIELD SUITE. RICH MA ENGLISH MAR MET BABY CAR- j frir x Pr,^e C dS?ng month of 
- M pm roon. |55 cerpet 820: Weattngh.iuae riaget crib*, stroller*. *un cano- Au|pi , f c\ r nr ns and soil protection 
EV 8-7BJ3 fndge 89U. 2 coffee tables Ptv'ne pie*. and dollU Dramf Saiei and hv Dur# ghie'd Duraclean Service*. 
_____ ; EvTbMBL _ rental*. EV 6-4»4 3183 Quadra EV or 1V r.ll 


LIKE NEW. V'TKlNtl ELECTRIC 
atove. Sl*>« Kelvmator refrigerator have 
tjon EV 2-4754 -’—' _ 


BOAT* AND 


EV 3 4404 
CARS WE 


DROP LEAF KITCHEN TABLE REPAIR KITS PON VINYL PLA 8 - 


PISTOLS AND REVOLVERS 


LUMBER UTILITIES .ETC. FOR 
sate from 4-year^Hd cottage High 
ext idler Git *8191 __ 

VIKING UPRIGHT ITt F.EZEH 
new condition 385-lb capacity. B 2 TO 


ta*.« anything ta trad* Black and 
•a Motor* IV 3-4143 anytime 

185 > MATCHLRBS Nt ff POR *20 A' STIN^SM 

*oms r*,h B u« *h*t hki, \ nu ’ " ' 


Sedan Custom 
heater defroster 
CZ HILLMAN Tutone b»< 

JO while Clean 
and prettv 
C* 7FPH YR 4 Dnnr 4eda 
Cuxiom 
hea'er 


$1425 

$1295 Trucks, Too! 

$1035 55'^ $1095 


$595 55 Piaa-r* ! 0 "_$995 


Ev 9- 1M9 


SACRIFICE-14 DREAM BOAT _ _■■■■| 

hp Johnson, control*, windshield Piornpt deli'ety 
ha'dwrare. convertible hood i* 
and surfboard Phone GR 5 1 <*> 


POR BALE — II FT 
rebut fry 1**1 91 280 


tan tand «d «-»». mw a.™ » o»i. »M. w U. Mtttecu. .1. -Muwa ^ jmnTS f .t! SEE SAM, BILL, FRANK 

ah* i petted rotary blades balanced Flower girl* peach ejtMjown. kk each Victoria Teat and subn 10 day* tiood aelec- __ _ r »d Iwsme EV X-lWk 

P.. mp« delivery Duor rhacke r* Nmddrea* |9 Miar EV 3 5424 ,\»nlrg 831 Balmoral Rd Phone tinB Terms SYMPHONIC HI • FT PORTABLE 

TnTA 3-5319 _ ROBINSON E 13BH Bnmd KV 8-8C9 r^ord Player, like new |Srt Phone GERMAN ^HOL FOR Fr,R_D- 

,or 112 Oocd CCM hirer le 111 1988 21 FAIRBANKJL MORSE TV wgsTTNGHOlTSE FRIDGE. 11 CU‘ 3-48tl _ 

‘ EV 3-7438 «itb 44 antenna 7 gu ft Frigid p 3 mere ms* and trey CANNINO SKgALKRP 14c TO 75c ----- 

■ f a 1 ntnw -M t OT L i^riferaior. 1944 WUly* rheieef.ald B150 Excellent cr**- ^ canning machine 93 Call SWAP 1 «W R CA TV 71. PER 

EV 44221 NEW 3-PART CAST IRON ENAMEL raupr EV £7289_ turn. GR%3*M _ J, T »ur People s Trading Post feet working order 30 antenna l«a 


repacked. 


Ph. 


PRICES KEY SHOP 
HT Fort S t_“ 

TORO 


W ANTED—13-1 LEPTWAND PRO- AUTHORIZED TORO POWER GR $3853 . , 1 • MI SAjROI KCARPET 4 IPAf* AWNINGS SCREEN* D OORB pESSERT PEA( H PH ME Ur LB ^ _ - 

pellet els* marine main* be- m -wera aatee and repairs ihe 1 ■- - — - ro *« 9 *’m lined drape* IL'. 1 P*-r *m at rm windows M*v to pick 1144 Palmer 3B BOAT VALLK «l »*«. FO*l 

Iween 94 and Id he EV 4 7944 best you ran huy ’ Aut<unatie ; E A S Y WASHER • EXCELLENT rnyaiMue '<rduroy .ned drapes, speeteliy kin.*bera Ud_ 7>1 Die — . _ «F"»ti paynmnt on older-type houae 

REkTSiT?AR^iL>ttW\^ . .fenerTTli^' Law^^f^lar.. boat trailer |lA Ev 5430J. emmry_EV 34«2 _ FOR SALE , ONE GILSON APT EVM»__ 

|s o« nndgw 444 Ktngatrm Street rvTwil Co^,nor " , *■ ! _ — -— -- ---- — TOP QUALITY BEIGE BRITISH FRESH RA W MIL K FROM A *9^- —CAR TOP RASlCET TYPE CAR 

fv 44M0 EV 8-5452. NEW POWER HACK SAW. COM- India rarpet 9x12. B17V three-piece jnvemmenr.approved Oaa* I farm LARGE CRIB. BABY - TENDA. r .er ' r hoa-type earner, or sell 

14 rt CLINxEB~ Bt TLT ~ ^AT WATERPROOF TARPAUURB - ^ che*lerf:e,d aul'e linen cover* |40 Delivered dally In Eaoutmait end bnfile warmer EV24073 EV 54244 

owi- C .^“ R _S.!ir.," r ’2^ fys "* ^ «" » lllb " a»'-U« UR »lt _ nKm r , RM , ;R *P* a SWAP . HP 

and general** EVIBB J* ™ V 2t, Jl BEAUTIFUL CHROME AND ONYX HAND-KNIT CHILDRENS CARDI-.j CWLY RECONDITIONED LAWN .mall 4 d*«en 99c GR 9-21*3 m<«ne for latve 

t»«9F and matching ash .rand Ph (uu .nd Mat 2. 4 4 83 28 g., rot arv mower. Bee them today 

ir W| EV2Stt> _ • art pa- «r*>l<o‘ered cuahema. ^ P( ^„ Mower Si’n. TJ Hum 

-| NEW GUN SPECIALS “ I tnlHSt^MdT'^ W^nSJhT^“iJd. CUNTON CHAIN EAW^IT - NEW T «• . . ^. A , ^ WRINGER ROLLS SAME DAY 18 

*'AT TRAILER «^tR CAPACnr l?*™**.^ .*5 a !wSL yg t ^ EV MR • 5 SS51 A Ca sis fwl ^ PITS 

USED RED BRICK, le EACH USED f^air m ch *£ 'wJ’uIE'' *“ end ren-ndninned C C J>m • USED APPLIANCES. GUARa.x ———-——- 

lumber 825 per M Alt type* plumb- bogawy ataut SI2. EV 4411. Sons 939 Johnson. EV 3-W5X _ ired YUmg A Banfo.d EV 2 TISL^ GOLDFISH. NEW 

EV 8-4542 or EV 2-IBi: for SALE - LADY’S WHITE THIS WEEK SPECIAL TzT TOUR . 1 ~ EVISCERATED DUCKLINGS ! ^ 


PLIMLEY'S 

1010 Yo*e» 

EV 2-9121 


4 io a 

LEYLAND 4-CT UNDER DIES El. Tern _ 
motor ides) for boat EV 3-4444 Rd EV 3-5218 
before • p 


Cm Ol 


PICNIC HAMPERS AND THER* if CABIN CRUISER WITH MOTOR 
moaee al BC. Hardware 7j4 Fort for what yuu. EV 4 3 mn 


BOAT BUILDING AND REPAIRS. 
Safe wharfage and manta waya 
Gorge Boathouse EV 3-752L I 


auto 

5.88 onlv 1138 84 
Ua* Our Lay A Way Plan 
bua>« ». I»r7 Broad EV 541 


CORN 1 CORN- CORN _ 

a gy nemp rt rages aiTTt Ti own g*od corn ta ready im Taka over p*ymenta 

»• FT CAirmp ci-inkcr o> ilt In * _ have lots of it Crane out im rv vwr 
boat. Saajgdl ^Usmrd motor Both ™ " - - 2 * (K,n ev 


18-FT 


BOAT 


CABIN 

_ Jl 8894 I 

day 8 pm EV 4-1419 


field—the 


REUARLE 8 NEW 
EV 59807 


{S,fSR*^r5Sf*I.r whm 


AUSTIN Berry land Elk Labe _ 

n* Mon- SPECIAL SALE’ LIMITED TIME- ZL 

_ Cl L -Blue Diamond ODORLESS. SWAP 

PUL eemi-gloaa glow and Latex Ur I mm 
finiehea White only from |5 30 |al *» Tulip 
J J Rose * Sens Lid 748 Panoora- 


SALE - LADY’S WHITE T H!S WEEK SPECIAL T xT TOITR. EMSCERATED DUCELINGS ulmes'^'' 
18 CU. FT MARWtmmEKR » - V .^* **>*** OLCX F ARM — GR 51413 ev 54SU 

CUBTOM-MADE QUILTED SAND- 
eraon print double spread attarred 
ptllow abara What offer*’ 


BRITISH 
MOTORS 

MORRIS - MG. 
siuPMxIrt RILEY - WOLSELEV 
Soles—Service—Ports 


RENT 


lef 187 CU 
tor. IQ 


FT ABC RE FRIG ERA- 


EV 531 


HEDGE CUPPERS >Y>R 

~GU A ?t ANTE ED-1 **™* *_<* "** _ 

Used vacuum cleaner* Electne and REBUILT VACUUM CLEANERS. 


PLYWOOD 


NEW SPORTING 
preje rua. 900-wa 


BRAND NEW’ ELECTROLUX. AUTO, 
mabc. coedwinder. pnp-omt bag. tie. 
Rea warn hie 1010 Port Street 


POUR • BURNER NORG 

tru *tev* TV antenna 
Phone OR 94388 


_eewtng mar h me* at 

TAy’or a Ca. BI4 Fart 


ABC Elector KB Kurt. EV 44U8 


BOARD YOUR CANARY AND 
Rw while <m h-Xiday mqiert C * 

• P^rtk Pel land 823 Forf^kl ZEPHYR- 

4-»m c . PONTIAC 

OA 


Cl tTUDE 

^ PICKUP . 

$395 

54j;™ _ $595 

CA ’‘W'AN 

^4 nr LIVERY 

$595 

C A DODGE CHASSW 
J 4 * AND CAR 

$1095 

CY ixjpc.E H TOW 
9* PICKUP 

$1295 

CA MERCURY 

Jv dump truce ... 

$395 

CO VOLKSWAGEN 

Jo PICKUP .. 

$1595 

*Q MERCURY 

PANEL . 

$295 

*Q DOOGE 

panel - 

. $295’ 

C A COMMER 

Jv VAR _ 

$175 

Cl PONTIAC SEDAN 
«j ' DELD’F.RY 

$650 

r -n row11AC Sedan 

j j Delivery . *. 

_ $895 

CA MERCURY 

Jv DUMP TRUCE 

_ $495 


EV 


cuMFurn 


store 

•ew inrhidiag vary Good' eoMnttoR 
diimav or- - 


xET 08’ MEN 9 GOUF CUUBS. BAG Aj- 

*a* mm fy ] |al i ■ ___ _ _______ 

7V*» ALUMINUM SIDING BLDG 


GAIN • A - DAY AUTO Wi 
nice rendition 
Deliver and 
after lorn 


. ■ , t -- -Vrw FOH HUNTING GET A WEIMAR 

LAROE SIZE KIDDIE*’ BWIM- tmT poM,,. and relrievwr. from c i 

mt ag >—l 818. EV 3-7181 _ rhamp.* field and *f*«w stork. 0 I 

K rr. aUy JS r :^/MENI PRECISION HOLLER ?5L £“ * S ** . 


DODGE 
Bed xa 


A NEWV ROWBOAT COMPLETE fkbtnet work bench** table* and KI.ECTRIC RANGETTE 
|7Ci 1938 Femwond Rd chaim. etc 149 T*te» Bt . Suite 4ft*r Ham. 

=5 •» 


EXCELLENT • 


lOUYOV’EJI DINING TABLE AND 
4 small watnul cha r*. 184 lamp . 


EV444C iaiy WASHER.- 

_rc admen 9M or ryaaonabl# offer TEnTS. 

TRICYCLE 84 5-GAL EVINRUDE ff»f gulck »al* Ph OR $-8184 


_■■ CLARK AND PATT1BON 

weu-kept flooring. W5r.eh--.yp* i«ing atage for rental: 

-*- EV 55441 elM extendon ladder* 19* Prta- 

EV 4 8443 


GR 8-4138 

refrigerator guaranteed g wi” 

pod condition. EV5JWW _ grTwc 

PUPPIES' 


ADORABLE miniature POODLE 
Regimered ' 


Or pud 


51 


•PE Cl ALB 

AUSTIN 


I*. »P EVINRUDE. PERFECT i, ™8lh W wST <?} PAIN7TNG9 

38 mndern braaa 5Hft|t wail ftx Allingham. EV 


APPLIANCES 


range. 
jm Se'xgg 

GR 52488 


^!!^^1J WI gr , 5Si 5 >< ,urTE ' PUPPU»’ MAN THEY VH Bot 4Q 

Lewyl vacuum GR *4494 _ „ Wish they were real pw 

3 JARS DM them lor S3 R'"*! fwii Gar 


_VINCE NT S 

BY ORDER c'-rtib •■’*» guai 

eondSMB. IMS 83 W B r io W B • modem braaa 3 T M YMm EV58112 

M KAY COBMACE SHIPYARD ONE RARR T H Tt H WTTH’wTRE POR BEATTY ApPUANCCB BITE Tent A An- 

pi av a-w^a < ******* MB W9%mm i wwtnm rV ’-«N. __Daveno^ a near Btratboaaa RK_ EV ?-3JU 

NEW 14 PLYWOOD BOAT *N»W J«® " IL ?* TRANSPARENT tf« 

f.T , M>_ oaffiS* :S. V”„„; M 2 STSk"* »*_■__ 

r PRAM. GR 94M7. lent condition. EV 4-1873. AERRBTOd BIDINO. OR » 19B8» Kt USSL ~ i IV 4 - 9724 . 


83 Idx’d EW EL 8 X WIDE - ISfXTH CANNING 
Beany irewr^m , x qmiU , GR7MB1 


tug Pat Bar HMhoay 


Rf.iTE FOR SALE PART TTME HEALTHY KITTENS ALSO NEU- 

_ Rzamret f1» to man EV«B<14 «e-ed cat rewuire good home* 

CANVAS WATERPROOFING CPU , - — - - - - - CPL EV 4 -MH BV 4-4884 18-9 

- unr »t gallon Vto-orw TABLE SAW WITH r BLADE BIS —, JJ _ TC _._ r 

j»hin| Co . *31 Baim»iraJ Portab^ ire r*,* V EV 3 -dPQT T**> VM«7N71 | r >Ln 

l- i mu i i ■ — — - . . ■ ' - fernua eneaherim. dtongviunip 

| CANVAS WADING POOL. 8 x 8 gmWy GR *4844 v 

_ ■ ■ - TB k BB S frt n iR CW AND PHONE tllM rv 3-9384 

7WO GARAGE DOORS, rr HIGR^ 55-watt Rtth and mic al*o - - — . w . . 

----receiver complete siaUoa. BIU ,WIOTl^NAMEL^WAIING Peenrh 


$475 

NO TIME PAYMENTS 

$225 TILL SEPT 20TH 
$95 

$245 900 p or t 0 f Quodro 

2643 Dou 0 Io*EV5-1563 EV2-7l2l 

Eve* Trevor Womlrafl EV 4 84M. 


_L_ 1957 cvrvROLrr sedan deliv 

__ _ I PCDtGRKKD SMALL MINIATURE ery. with wiadwa. and MOU'" 

WHTT* ENAMEL WASHING MA French yvdte puppmd t* eaw eagoa ml». ..... 
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100 CARS FOR SALE < 100 CARS FOR SALE 100 CARS FOR SALE '*00 CARS FOR SALE 


VICTORIA 
DE SOTO 

VICTORIA'S 

CHRYSLER 

AND 


DODGE 

LIMITED 

COMPLETE 

DEALER 

SIMCA 


Soles, Parts and Service 
Fargo and Dodge Trucks 

VOLUME SALES 

of the 

DODGE DESOTO 
PLYMOUTH CHRYSLERS 
MEANS WE MUST 
CLEAR OUT OUR USED CARS 

PRICED TO SELL 


MORRISON 

MIGHTY 

FINE 

VALUES! 


HORWOOD 

BROTHERS 


100 CARS FOR SALE 


C7. Pandora Av*. 


ALL SALE CARS 

c 7 PLYMOUTH Sodo ii. d-cvl . 

^ . $1595 


ENGLISH 
CAR CENTRE 

Exclusive British Ford 
Decler 


100 


CARS FOR SALI 

-9-— 


C/ MONARCH Conwtrtllile new 

J° |<H>. full power equipment. 
Barzain 


eery food condition 

FORD Sedan Main- 


ST OLnRhfOHTLF. 48' CONVERT rn 
Black, hy drama tic. power brake*. JO 

OZ *.. n ~ «S 53 _ _ ... 

“ 5) f»KVI«OLET 

power peering. radio and 
header ... - - 


ZOIMAC aui'*nalKr tranami*- 
ai rfL immaculate, one owner. I 

$2195 

C 7 K ARM ANN OH1A S • Door 

$2595 57 a u c ~°* 

too 


mileage 

t KARMANN 


NATIONAL 

MOTORS 

DEAL WITH THE 
BEST FOR 
THE BEST DEAL 


U PONTUC 
radio run* 


31 CADILLAC COt T PI 

Mone. hydra mat ir. power brake* 
power alee ring. radio and 
heater 13 OK *Uny more 

ST n|.n*MOB!L* SEDAN t 

Green hvdramatjr. power seer- _,_ 

Ing power brake* healer S3 Ml 

at Chevrolet sedan 

Bel Air. 3-tnne grey, power* glide, 
radio and heater .-.EL>98 


SPEEDWAY 
MOTORS 

4 

BARGAINS 
BARGAINS 

SI 595 5A UMCOLh Premier c««..rt- BARGAINS 

$Tl9§ ..W895 54 Ford Auto- 

motic.$995 


100 CARS FOR SALE 100 CARS FOR SALI ’ fettg ColimtBt 23 

iU«d« T . Aw«u.t f, Itlt a 

K-M MOTORS 

(Bonded Dcoler) 


101 


CO 195 C7 HARMAN OH1A 1 • Door 
$595 CC METE* »R *Ntagara Sedan ;n a*T-^- -T!*!!** $2195 


950 YATES 

SEE THE NEW 

STUDEBAKER 

LARK 


The Erenumv Car ot the Year. 
See U _ Te*t Drive li Today 

Sedana Hardtop* Wagon* 
Now Avallaata 


FOREIGN IMPORT 
AND SPORT CARS 


MORRIS-M.G. 

RILEY. 

DEALERS and SPECIALIST* 

BRITISH MOTORS 

SALES SERVICE PART* 

2643 Douglas EV 5-1563 

E'e* Trevor W.wdniff »V IOM 

1 R®T TR3 EXCELLENT CONDI- 
Mon EV ♦ «» 


55 ev el lent, 

$895 eanddnei -- JJ ibla lull paaer 

>.4.n Of! 56 *“* ?, ot 

tA 7 S 2IL $ 1195 «•»» 

r .... J°'J r * d *’ CQ EDSEL 4 Door Radio neeitr. 

Sedan PliC C/. A N G LLA 2 Door. 2 lone_ DO » uto mauc. fuU 

-y5u - * 145 D0 $995 —" a ‘ 


TRADE-IN SPECIALS 

CQ VAUXHALL 
J T bt* model, to 


106 TRUCKS 


v 52 


poa*r. I 

aror*mitral ..^ Oolv $3795 

HILLMAN ^4195 t^Q METEOR Ranrhaajoii radio. jZ rOrO L-UStOmlinC 

heater, automatic $2695 


57 


CO DODGE Sedan, pop 
-t*J ■mail model 


CA VANGUARD Sedan. 
Jv z ,.m 1 tranaporatWm 


\f,l 58 ST $2695 sedon . $675 

CQ VOLVO J Hoar Cl 70*; 

jo radio beater_ * 1 • y J 53 Dodae Coronet 

CQ FORD 3 Doer Sedan Radio. UCXjye V^Uronei 


58 Dodge 

WAV C< 

NEATER 
ELLA U * 

$3199 

59 Dodge 


57 De Soto 


SAVE MORE 

AT MORRISON'S 

GET MORE 

For Your Car In Trade 


CftQ^ CO VAUXHALL 4-CyL Economical 

*° yJ mnm, 6 5725 5R 

A Q DODGE Sedan good -Wl/tC Family car - + r JO neater. <9905 

tnuMRortatfcm * 1 0 J c ~ Austin A-W qc omr - 

JO Sedan A 1 tar JOYD CY PLYMOUTH PIa«a 

C y MERCURY Hardtop power • 

JO hrakea eteenng automatic 


mileage *ee this 

£Z7.,T- > $2350 

FORD Automatic '.Fair la no 
MW Convertible Fully equip¬ 
ped. wtme walla powder blue 

$2899 

Pi FORD Aaglia Tudor Sedan 

JO <Ynly 1 MM mile* A-l cmdt- 

IE $999 


M-E-R-L-l-N 

T-R-U-C-K-S 

'50 Ford 


iQ FORD Sedon. 

gw id value at . 
53 HILLMAN Sedan 


$345 
$695 

NASH State*man fix. £395 


'ery wee condition 


40 PONTIAC Coupe. 

a heauty for 
C 1 VANGUARD 

J • truck gmd 


$395 

t«Ton Pickup 

$295 

Champion 


52 


Sedan 

Air conditioner 
Onle 

excellent condition, w 1 Q05 57 «> RD Victoria 3 Door 

low mileage —... ) 1 77 J J/ r„ii 0 heater automatic 
MORRtS <>105 A ‘‘ 

Oxford _ Oale 

C 7 FORD 3<M 1 

TPIirK< J' heater, auto- 

I KUL-fS-D matir Onle 


sedQn . 5995 55^ ^ ^'^r‘l-ton express $395 


54 CHEVROLET SEDAN 

De luxe. green. radio and 50 ,Tl n * RAKKR 
heater ^ tt.lM 

54 FORD STATION WAGON overdrive, etc. 

Green heater tl.145 

54 CHEVROLET SEDAN. MASTERS MOTORS 


c * FORD HTnn Panel, enne 
j4 ui excellent rondilmn iO/J 


OPEN ESTTNINOS TUX It FM 


F1REDOME 

DmOVAlR _ 

BHAKKt TUTONE 

$2799 

59 Meteor 


Green, heater 
SEDAN RADIO CON- $* CHEYTtOLET SEDAN 

- Bel * 

healer 

$4 PLYMOUTH 2 DOOR 


. fl.M5 


•IS View Street 


English Cor Centre 

phon# ev 1 3541 Yates at Cook EV 5-2431 


heater, auonailc. 


REOENT • TUDOR COF-DmO* 8*^^ .S2."wT« ‘ KD AUT ° 


$2499 

57 Plymouth 

-SAVOY v-r; SEDAN. 
DTTlONAIR TUTONE 
II1LEAOE. 

$1899 

57 Dodge 

R • TUB 

$1699 


>R 

lran*ml««>->n } 


RU9ADER • TUDOR 


56 Dodge 

-ROYAL LANCER ' TUDOR HARD 


$2599 

57 De Soto 

CON- 3 DOOR HARDTOP RADIO, 
tow HEATER AUTOMATIC TUTONE. 
WHITKWAI l* PULL POWER 

$2899 

56 Dodge 

REOENT V-l SFOAN. RADIO. 
HEATEfh TUTONE 

$1499 

55 De Soto 


MIDTOWN 
AUTO SALES 

54 DO(x;b Suburban. Nice rondi 
tlnn ... II.1S5 

53 NASH Rambler Convertible 

Radio, healer ..WE* 

V» MORRtS Minor . 32*5 

51 AUSTIN Sedan . »1«»5 

50 M G TC M<« 1 e| 

Several older rare from 
fim to SNw 

p V* Trade Op ar Down 
No IVnin Payment Required at 

M16 YATES EV 2-2241 

M RUICK HARDTOP SEDAN. _ 

Power at erring Green, dynaflow 1953 VAUXHALL. IMMACULATE 
radio and bealer 32.195 low mlleaia » 7 tS or naareal of- 

58 CHEVROLET SEDAN f*r al»o N 8 U. Poa molorcycla. 

Green, radio and heater f2 395 W™ EV 3 M4« anrilme or call 
WCHEVROLET DELRAY SEDAN 4 1M: $ and 4 30 om 

Blue radio and healer »2 r-i 1 »«] FORD COUPE. NEW TIRES. 
57 DF. LUXE CHEVROLET SEDAN «°°<1 Dan-mUnlon and rear end. 
Green, power glide, heater 32 195 ^ jondtv ion.gdual^ •»- 


Rlue automatic 
heater 
54. PLYMOUTH SEDAN. 

Blach. radio and heater_H.095 


TERMS 
OF COURSE 

Eosy GMAC Terms. 
No Monthly Payments 
Until Late Sept. 


ENSIGN MOTORS 
3nif Quadra SL 


C 7 BUICE Special 4 Doar. 
J' heater automatic, low 
age 1 
owner 

C7 MERCURY 
heater, auto¬ 
matic Onle 
Cr OLDS 33 4 Deer Hardtop 

JJ Sedan 
tut one. 

A-l 

C/ DODO I 4 Door Heater, auto 
JO matte. 

I Ai la _ ..... 

FORD 7 Door. Hea’rr. over-1 
drive. 

covert 

AUSTIN ASI 


$1595 55 Plymouth Tudor 
sedan . $1195 

automatic 

-$2495 52 Pontiac Tudor 

"$1995 sedan . $695 

55 Ford Fairlone 
$2695 sedan.$1195 

Sedan Radio 

$2495 52 Ford 'Customized 

sedan. $595 

- % 

$1995 55 Pontioc Tudor 

“*tr. auto . . _ _ _ 

$895 sedan.$1295 


' Sedan, one owner, radio, low 
mileage very. ^ ^ 


'55 Merc, flot deck. 


55 ‘ 


For Quick r-’uma 
LUNDS 

CAK AUCTIONS 
334 PORT ST 

Phone for aartirular* FV 1-3433 

1451 FORD CUSTOMLINE SEDAN NASH Sedan, 

tlno upholaterjr. cu*tom radio. fl H 0 r , 

heater. »pot light overdrive, white- ...... 

wall* Take trade arrange term* A / 

rv 5 - 4*00 ' on - 

INI HUicic - CUSTOM SEDAN 48 
exraptlonallv good condition ", ttu . 

Tt 000 mile* Will arrent older Cft HILLMAN 
car In trade EV 5-4975 


t wos 48 Plymouth 
< I IQS sedon . $195 

Sedan Heater „ ^ 1 1 TJ 

54 Sd™Th£5r: $995 56 Mash Rambler 

C5 FORD 3 Door 
J J Heater.. 


very clean, i 

CO ZEPHYR Sedan flee U . 

3J J,$899 1 -ton, duals $ 1,095 

aQ PONTIAC Cuatnm 


paint, g-od 
ntar ae« H at -. 


WE HAVE OTHER* TOO! 

ALL BARGAIN BITS! 

■tudehaker Sale* Service 

Open Night*, EV 2-5822 


HB A1STIS 14 DIVON SF.I1AN 
■J4.(inf» mile* immaculate condition 
thnsighout New rubber See to ap¬ 
preciate 3445 EV 4-3879 

IMS PLYMOUTH COACH NEW 
paint, excellent running condition, 
extraa. Bc*l offer. EV' 4 2843 


' PI REDOME ' SEDAN 
RADIO HEATER AUTO HEATER AUTOMATIC 

Turrort full power steerino tutonb. 


$2399 

55 Buick 

PECIAL 3-BOOR 


$1899 


HARDTOP j DOOR 

inwui>*«r< 

HEATER 
POWER. 


$1999 

54 Cadillac 

HARDTOP 
AUTOMATIC. 

$2699 


ST CHEVROLET REI. AIR SEDAN 

Rlue and while, hea er $2 (TO W FORD. CHANNEIXED 
yr rurvnni rr nri »ir * rw\o need* little work to flniah. '48 Mer- 1*47 HILLMAN 
RADIO W „i^ r R ° LBT BEL A1R * D ?S s * urv eng.ne all part. In goud con linn overhaul. 

POW3R He. er *2 095 EV 4 **50 EV S-41» 

WHITE- 57 CHEVROLET SEDAN ? DOOR - - ^- \Z1SZ- _ _ — - - 

Yellow. r.dH and heater |2.0»5 1»S4 VAUXHALL SUPER VICTOR MUST SELL. » CHEV- 2-IX»R. 

I under 500 mile* Oiva liberal trad.- good cmdiimn, new tranamla.ion 
In nn Engluh car and term* ’ GH 3-2519 

° R 12IH -^—- 1464 PLYMOUTH. VERY UH4 

«• STUDEBAKER CONV OD mileage, radio and beater, very gtexl 
continental kit. radio power top funning order EV 2-32*7 
Offer* invited Phone EV l-tOfS - - 


Used Trucks, Too 

RADIO. 

PULL 57 CHEVROLET \ TON PICKUP. ,,nv * 

Coral, heater 31 *95 5| CADILlJkC. |7S(J. 


DOWN PAYMENT. 
l«l PREEECT. |l«5. NWS BEACH nvmthly 1954 Men*urv automatic 
Drive 11173 EV 3-0830 


$895 
$895 
$795 
$145 
$75 

50XSST . $245 

30-Day Exchange 
6000-Mile Warranty 
No Payments Till 
Sept. 

Truck Clearance 

SOOMC 1-Ton Plbt „ 3343 

19 .1 (*HEV 2 Ton Flat deck. Good 

Onlv . _ 1533 

S3 FORD >a Ton Pickup v ..3443 

•* 53 KK .. $895 

1453 PORD t. Ton Pickup. 


Super.$1795 


STATION WAGONS 
56 Meteor 53 Dodge 

|-DOOR STATION W A O O N 

FULLY POWER EQUIPPED SUBURBAN. HEATER. 
RADIO HEATER AUTOMATIC 

$2199 $1149 

FAMILY SEDANS 
55 Pontiac 55 Dodge 


Grr^n. atitomattc 

tranamlfttion 

heater 

31.245 

95GMC PICKUP 


Blue, heater 

11.293 

38 INTERNATIONAL 

PICKUP. 

*, Ton. green _ 


91 G M C. 1 TON. 


Red _ 

..|749 ! 

92 M>RD PICKUP. 


| Blue, heater ..... 

-**<*’> 

93 TORO PANEL 


Blue, heater 

. 3573 


Avenue 


84 CREASE MG 
j *»>:. 


7 1-3014. 


II 043 


WILLY RESTORED. |#M port D S-Toa Pane! 

windowa . _11493 

1437 THAMES Ton Van H. 1713 


SEDAN CONDITION AIR. 

$1399 

55 Ford 


• ROYAL ' BEDA7' RADIO 
HEATER AUTOMATIC. POWER 
STEERINO TUTONE 

$1699 

56 Ford 


“PAIRLANE SEDAN CONDI <’U»TOM V-l REDAN. 
TIONAJR. AUTOMATIC TUTOFOI DITIONAIR 

$1549 $1449 

IMPORT CARS 
54 Sunbeam 58 Morris 

TALBOT SEDAN HEATER 

$799 

53 Vanguard 

ESTATE WAOON HEATER. 

$299 


4* DODGE W TON PANEL. 

Heater 


VICTORIA'S 
.BUSIEST DEALER 

MORRISON 

Chevrolet - Oldsmobile 
Ltd. 


940 Yates 


Rila Del Mar's 

■ ■ — i— 0 

Daily Astrology 

SUNDAY. AUG. 9. 1959 

Today’s quotation: “Get good counsel before you 
begin; and when you have decided, act promptly.”— 
Sallust. 

Sunday for everyone: Daytime is favorable for 
visiting, mingling, gaining through the advice, ideas 
or contacts of others. You would be wise to get home 
earlier than usually; avoid upsets. 

I/onk for Your Mrlhdate and lUrthsign Below 

March 21 to April 19 < Arles)- Find your strength 
in union: rub shoulders till evening, rein in later. 

April 20 to May 20 (Taurusi Be of good cheer 
I^end a helping hand; tone up physical condition but 57,, 


OPEN EVES. 

EV 4-8174 EV 4-8179 


JAMESON 
MO IORS 
LTD. 

CC Bt ’ICK 4 .luur Haidiop. 14. 

JJ mile*. On# $1795 


SPEEDWAY 
MOTORS 

YOUR 

Volkswagen 

DEALER 

Open Evening* Till 9 

951 YotesEV5 2415 


SEETHE 
1959 'LARK' 

DOMINION 
MOTORS LTD 

Studebaker • Packard 

ARENA MAT 

OPPOSTIE B C ELECTRIC 


$499 '51 Chcv dump, 

top shape $1,295 

'51 G M.C. dump, « 
top shape . $1,295 

'49 Dodge, 3-ton, 

C and C.$690 

M-E-R-L-l-N 
MOTORS 
LTD. 

Pandora and Quadra 
EV 2-2111-5 


SMALL CAR BARGAINS 

C *3 l/>BOY With radio. Nwter 

$1195 
$1295 

•oft l«f». 

$1895 


TELMAC 

EXCLUSIVELY 

SMALL CAR 


’ and 
ovwrdrlv# 
C/ TONSI L M 
JO rand limn 
Cjg HILLMAN 

whitewall# 


Frew driving knnni wnh purr haw 
of any new rar or any u*#d car in 
this ad 

Driving )#ttnns hy 
IA«Y DRIVING SCHOOL 
777 Yal## ft EV 3-74BT 

STUDEBAKERS 

S3 Low Boy .. |*»S 

33 Sedan, radio, heater ...... II 

37 S-dan. #ui<>maiie ..tl 943 

34 Silver Hawk 

lonly 3no mil##)___S3 443 


MOONEY & SONS 

938 FORT ST. 

Glendale House Trailer 
Furnished 

SPECIAI.S 
SA I H C Pickup 
10 Find Panel 

Dealer for 

NEW 4WHEEL DRIVE 

WILLYS JEEP 


Willva Jeep 
ynura r 


48 MORRIS SEDAN 

Neeil* *ome work .... 
44 PKF.kECT SEDAN. 

Runt well __ 

« AI STIR Sf I *A n 

Good running order .. 
30 HILLMAN SEDAN. 

Nmely kept _ 

93 TRIUMPH 2-DR. 

2-ton# paint —.... 

92 MORRIS SEDAN 
V#ry prrttv 

93 AUSTIN SOMERSET. 
Sn#rtal prK-Ing 

93 HILLMAN SEDAN 
Smart tc m wmy 

91 AUSTIN SOMERSET. 
(»m*1 appearam-e 

94 MORRIS 2-DOOR 
Fvrellent throughnut 

33 STANDARD SEDAN. 
Extreme economy 


Ptvm# EV^4in 


SALES & SERVICE 

Slaaahar* an# Oarmoraat 
Phon* rv 3-301J a# EV 3-4133 


MAYNARD'S 
CAR AUCTIONS 

Guor. Results or 
No Comm. 


I SF.E THE NEW 

STUDEBAKER 
Vi-TON PICKUP 

V th Tw>n Traction at 

| K-M MOTORS 

438 YAlls EV 3-3821 


7)8 JQHNSON 


3*43 


1«*8 SERIES tno CMC TANDEM 
tractor standard and auxlllarv fuel 
tanks plu* 1494 33-ft Willnck 
tandem flatdecfc trailer good rub> 
be 1 VlUorla Pre*» Bn* 173# 

FOR SALE ~1*49 FLAT DECK 
irock Long wheelb**e 1AP de« k.. 
. , -1 new engine I73A Phone UR 7 243S 
BY 4-1431 after x p m 

RORUWARD TS G<X)D CONDI- 
thin Finance p **ll»le trade •#« 


owner 

Mh 1 FOR 2-IXatr. Vriy clean 
One owner. 

Kuna well ...... 

HILLMAN H u ■ k y Statkm » AUSTIN SEDAN 
Wagon. 


31 PONTIAC Sedan IVIhere 
31 DODGE Sed 

) lira# _ 

* 7 tt $• DODOB Sedan 1384 DISMANTLED FEDERAL TRUCE 

Atlos Service Stotion 

334 Cook Uaad Cara EV 3-4414 « b ■» 


Smart idyimg 


SEDAN. CONDITIO V AIR. 


54 Austin 

SEDAN. CONDITION AIR. 

$799 

LOW 

54 Plymouth 

SAVOY 3 POOR SEDAN CONDI 
TIONAIR. TUTONE 

$1199 

53 Ford 

-VICTORIA HARDTOP RADIO relaIR 

wVmwA"^ r ° M ' TTC TVTONK 


MINOR CONDITION AIR. 

$1199 

56 Hillman 

roNornoNAi 

$1199 

52 Austin 

SFDAK CONDITION AIR. 

$549 

COST 
54 Dodge 

SEDAN. RADIO HEATER. 

$1199 

53 Chevrolet 


HILLMAN Sedan. Verv clean 
real 


OLSON'S 


OUR NEW CAR 
CLEARANCE SALE 
IS BOOMING SO 
ARE OUR 

USED CAR 
VALUES 


eat wisely in evening. 

EV 3-1108 May 21 to June 20 (Gemini)—Make some far 59;^ T ^,. n SwUn ' 
reaching moves affecting romance, pastimes today; Like new 

__ watch out for friction in evening. 58* 

June 21 to July 22 (Cancer) —Give top,-Fating to * 
household doings; find peace and quiet; prevent 5 ^ AI STIN *" 1 * IV 
emotional storjns in evening. 

July 23 to Aug. 22- «l>eoi Confide ideas; settle ^2 ,1 ^ DGK ^ an - 
cons4*quential matters by evening, don't wander far wrtl 
later. 


$995 58 VAUXHALL 4 CRESTA. 

n autoina w «> •*"»'* average It.! 

0 x 34 r.HMUS SEDAN 

5 1 99 J Au, ° Irasa. s.»*» 

NO MONEY DOWN 


II.943 


1 1 no^ 54 rONVKRTlRLE 

-^lUFj Radk> and extra* 31 *TO - - 1*58 3-TDN G M C DUMP TRUCK. 

1«* RUICK HARDTOP g-«wl Nd*' ready to work EV F711J 

H*.« ever* cbncalvabla exira in-'AP#r 3 pm. 

„ lloner, padded <U.h #le* rhxh. f M Kee^*Ave* 

•2 143 r.7A glav* wheel dl»«a. WrW B ^* 1 rr, *’ n * hi * """ 134 Ax# * 

lire* apeeial floor mal* rusiom i*sj FORD FIVE-TON DUMP, 

upholder> gleaming 2 tone flnl*h. *.* v»rd box new motor, 7-incS 

eir . et« Very few exec-uilvedriven hoot EV 1-4384 

mile* Save approx li mm | ■- , _- _ — 

TELMAC MOTORMARKKT M4 Fort rHKV * J°' , ^ 

-—.- - Hat ion wagon 4 wheel drive P7V 

find" term* tallaaad Talma# 1487 B, ,rK SFECIAI. ; DOOR -^14 Cadh.»ra Bay Rd 

eiTftC th "’ elimlaata*tSa dowa* »wn»op, aWo tran^ radto Lilon. ^ yjns KORn n ,. Mp , 

S 1 1 9 J P*vmeni obtlacle Law convent P? ,n frnde I_ m,rr ? r ? " s ,,r *’ Chev ', Um panel*, hotb good Ph. 

, eor monthly payment* are all that t* 1 * '■ * n i»nma«-ulate r * r .C.R *-1790 

Hun* very ir , nec#Marv f or a fine Telinar appienale If >«ai are losing-- _ 

tf CQC total, car reaardlev* of your tm F' r sualiiv P**f^» M * r ' ‘vTpN CMC PtCKLT UiOO 

medlar# financial rlrrumataneea dr*nald EV 2 T 

Run* very EV 2 *131 


$1795 


CREDIT TERMS AVAILABLE 
lal PAYMENT MID-SKPTKMHKR 

$ 1 COC UP TO 34 MONTHS TO PAY 
I J7J Budget - minded purchaser* will 
- tailored be Telmac 


2 3474 or Pltmley *. . e>dm-«n 343n EV .' 3*i» 


belonging, willingness to share, 
energy in evening. 


Don’t deplete funds. 'MERCURY 4 Door Sedan 
*♦ ' dio. heater 

Sept. 23 to Oct. 22 < Libra) - Make prestige felt in c q htllmasT fdoot 
home and vicinity; sidestep clashes in evening. JOwagm 

Oct. 23 tO N’OV. 21 I Scorpio • —Find inspiration, cci^J^^oLrr 8Door Sedan ra 34 Au*fin -*0 
'serenity in great outdoors; turn down evening JJdto and 
I appointments. 


light a. 


Ex«ellent Itrea" life 
MM 1412 Grant St 


52 CADILUkCET' SEDAN. AITO- 


Nov. 22 to Dec. 21 (Sagittarius)—Put welfare of 57”,! 
Ihe team first; note opinions of pals, cohorts; retire 


ggg» twin" haaiaaa aignai ugm*. *eai 

0795 s ifsur 

42 A7* - 48 Vanguard - 47 Aaatta 53 CADI1 
Sedan ra $4 Austin — M Hiuaas - 3) Oxford nui* r _„ mnm ,,,, 

^119S *! I ha * e *~* 5 , 3 - V .M n4d " 4, .T , 7. U " p, ? '**• v «> rondlthwi 

^ I JT J u Rover•- 33 Hillman - 33 Coaaal See it at Thomoa Atkinaon • iUk 
HILLMAN Sedan. One owner 53 Morrto—44 VauxhaM—44 Auatta romer Collinarwi and Vxnrnu 

Very t 1 OOR U < 5g 44 lrH Morrto ver Y.mr prhw may buy It Phone 

CQ VAUXHALL Sedaa 1. aaer, ux ,*». twna, rVUrV | C-V AUSTIN 4-Do«r Sedan ” «V 2 9371 

hk? nel^ 1 ^ 1 R9Q ° ar, y- overhauled. 

PLYMOUTH Sedan De^ i ^ 0^ c • & to Jan - 19 < Capricorn) Expect a somewhat Prine 

57 V 4 parfect eondi um “#* hut profitable day; don’t exceed bounds with kin 
JJJJJJ 1 c i 7 aq or superiors in evening. 

c/aobtir a- 3 # n-.* „■««. Jan t0 Keb 18 (Aquarius)—Pursue spiritual 
JO late ouistandtng w . OQQ intnests. exchange memories with intimates; preserve 
In *yfry reject J I Z9 t calm 

55 ““'a ■?" *27.*•” f>b. 19 to March 20 (Pi«T») 

family de luxe car 
r * VANOUARD C 

p l( r'n^perfwmgJce*** $799 Planning ahead Good for sociability, entertaining 


47 DODOE t.-TDN PICKUP. 4)38 
M or best offer BY 3-I7S8 

rv-dge rvcepilonal caStEltlan ra<Bo. j ■ l '” - 


107 


PARTS, TIRES «fid 
ACCESSORIES 


V in or-91 Hillman—31 OxfurS 

^™""5|44 Prefect—83 Volkiwan-3# Morria HOLIDAY SPECIAL. 1334 BUICK 
5o 95 4 * Au,-In —*• Yasguard—83 Morris Sedan automatic tran»miaalon 


$1299 

53 Plymouth 

CLUB COUPE TOMTITION AIR 

$799 

52 Ford 

•EDAN RADIO HEATER. 

$699 

52 Dodge 


$999 

53 Meteor 

DIO HEA 
TONE 

$899 

52 Dodge 

BkOEHT CLUB SEDAN HEATER 

$699 

51 Pontiac 


$1399 their end financially; hit on inexpensive amusements; 
vary tighten purse strings in evening 


of»YN rvrxTNrs 

PSon- rv 4 «M 

JAMESON MOTORS 
LTD. 

740 Brwagh'nn * 

. . .. ... Nlfht Phone 

Let others hold up, gw H«uhe««n or mhi 

Len Lymbery GR 7 1148 


VWorlt B.C. 


c*i olds 44 sedan Automatic Aug. 9, 13, 14, 22; afternoon and evening of 28. OLYMPIC MOTORS 
04 radio: nothing t 1 inn 24 31 • 

.. $1399 1030 YATES St 


rocket drtytn4 


OPT ALL THE BUYERS* 

BENEFITS 

AT 

OLSON'S 


FAMILY CARS 


4u« !n—S| EnMgn —33 Auttla tuvtom radio and heater powrr 

51 Morrt*—38 Vanguard-38 CTeata ateertng and power brake*, low 

4® fixf*>rd- 31 Hillman-93 Zephyr mileage Painted cool tea foam 

L» Au*ttn 3* Vauxhall -33 A"«Un 4 W «» Pull price 11.343 Phon# 

S3 A 7h 32 Vanguard-9* Victor RV 3-4413 
47 AttaMn S4 Vxhall A-74 Au* In 

44 Mnma 44 Hillman 91 Triumph ELLIS YARW« a>(» 

^ RRITISH CAR RPWIALIST 
GUARANTEED BY-TELMAC ROCK BAY 

Every Telmac car la tented, in- -r „ . rV ,*I!P 

■pe* ted and recondttt<med to give 1.? T * 10 ** rn,lr * 

aarh and aeary purchaser the ban *“ Exceptional 

R7memneT”i b Telmar*r. f ? lr i* ’ I#M ”R*"-rnr DE SOTO 

Bememher. a Telrrmr cmr la guar hardtop 3-tone fully - equipped 
anteed htr vour aeruritv -(l*age auperb eondlttcn 


••74$ 
power ... El 44$ 


MONDAY. AUG. 10. 1959 

Today’s quotation: “I profess not talking; only 
i this, let each man do his best.’’ -Shakespeare. 

Monday for everyone: Proceed on a practical baHis; w Ln<co , N 
steer clear of tangents, possible losses, especially where 97 Chrysler ai_ 
money matters, belongings are involved. Shun radical 5 ►•ord^a %l* U a.II*. St« 
changes or upsets. » ford 4 ryi. r h r 743 

I Atok for Your Birth da to and Blrthstm Below $4 bu!ck *Hanttop 4r * IV.7.V. ^ 

March 21 to April ?9 (Aries)—Use what you $i ford -- •• 

r 1 J 44 DODtiE Sedan. R and H ... 1384 

V” 


anteed for your security 

**But With Confidence" 

TELMAC 

SMALL CAR 


MOTORMARKET 
344 Fort EV 9-$441 

Wtde open til! 4 p it 

rn tin i& - - 


• pm. 

. U3 4 


auperb eondUi 
will accept older car and 
iinane# ^balance. EV 4-3434 

NASH METROPOLITAN CON 
vert i hie 3 W0 mi tea. ui AI mndi 
tlwn 1*48 Call CUpl Same*. 
Anchorage. OR *-1771. 


PLYMOUTH CRANBROOK 
i wane body awaii Special 
Can be aeen 314 Virag* Craa 


ARMY OFFICER MUST 
149: Chrysler WlnSanr de 


SELL 

luxe. 

Weil 


fawr earn a**n U ts* 

"BATTER Y" 

Par • airon* aura start every Urn* 
aai an ACMb' 

6 T< Of(.BANO» _ $ I 0 00 

1 2 EXrHANOI _ $ 16 50 

FRANCIS BATTERY & 
TIRES LTD 

BETREAD1NO SPECIALISTS 
1413 Quadra Street gv ) 7031 

WONDERFUL BUY* 

IN OUR 

FIRESTONE 
SUMMER SALE 

D & D TIKE LTD. 

Vietarta— Duncan 

LANGFORD 
AUTO WRECKERS 

Old lauad Htabwmr OR • 2*88 


M8 TIRE 


rr Wn.LY8 Va* 8*cyl; 4-wheel 
JJ drive winch Tar- ( 


rifle performance 


COHDITIOH ftgPAK RADIO HEATER. 


$699 

50 Meteor 

CONDITION AIR. 

$599 


$549 

51 Chrysler 

RADIO. 
C 

$349 


c-x chev sedan Deiiyery ideal have instead of buying something new; avoid waste, J plymoith 

__ $797 »*<r«»»x»nrf. *o*.,lhlr dangers. ...... .... 

t: 4 -wheei April 20 to May 20 (Taurus)—Get out; mix with SMALL CAR5 
1 1 qo7 *»ut do not neglect duties, responsibilities. Steer * ^vir^r h realty r«t jr* 

clear of making important change*. u morri* cnn%ertihu . hm 

May 21 to June 20 (Gemini) —Adhere to regular w morris oxfnrd - ism 

tasks; give thought to wardrobe, necessities, exert . TPi 

careful Judgment. _—„ « chev *#!» dmhot *$a$ ** H _ _ _ 

June 21 to July 22 (Cancer)-Relax and enjoy 2 ^erSewwtS “Si 53 ford rum nm.m. Smi.M r>. 

yourself, attend to purchases, etc., to mid-afternoon. « w-t*. Panel .»ro U ^ and egg 5 « u - im E^ri^ Aal< 

Later: *trrr clr.r of compliction*. pm t.M win H(W usuilt im, cmkvroijct mo’- 

July 23 to Au*. 22 'Loot Bo ho.pimhlo. ,mert«in; 1030 YATES EV 6-1023 "re* >'•* «» ■ 

err for homo, family IntrrwU; skip ch.n*«, upwto. 54 aivtwam 5595 HZZ.» u iS£ IKliiacu mm ~ 


ONE OF VICTORIA'S 
GREATEST 

AUTOMOBILE FIRMS 


NO DOWN 
PAYMENT 

On Approved Credit 

CHEVROLET De luxe Cuatnm 


VICTORIA TIRE LTD. 


$ 1 ggs 


rwred for 4$30 EV 4-0171 
!3G3 IN.NT1AC SEDAN STRAIGHT 

BA atatem Pm Ray Highway 

1444 PAUK \RD cnxfVr.RTIRLE 4 li T , t" 1 ? 

new inp. new paint, new lire* Gcnd P ** 4 ** 1 4 VlMarls * 1 W MUI 
artep, trade Phnna WRECKING T MERC. GOOD 

c * > ~ 14T * _tno*nr running gear and testa aa 

•HE Of-OO OP MD CAM > -FY Rirhmow g, 

^•^w*** e HTTCHMAR CLARKES auto PARTS 33*7 
3*4 8 Ca dha g a lay Rd H R-48S4 Deudaa Uaad parta far car* aad 
1S3I OLOSMORILB CO W YERT IHU ** #M1 


OLSON 

MOTORS 

Wide Open TtU *3* pm. 

1036 Yotes 


inharmony. 


Aug. 23 to Sept. 22 'Virgo) - Circulate freely; keep j«d oldsmorile sedan power 
busy; ge^ things accomplished! be discreet in matters Tinw 


LB Bay SI EV8IX13 


NO TIME PAYMENTS 
UNTIL LATE SEPTEMBER 

30-DAY EXCHANGE 
6 MONTHS WARRANTY 


EV 4-1147 involving what you say. sign or write. morris minor * 3 * oooo run- 

*"■ Sept. 23 to Oct. 22 i Libra»—Attend to money ^ .yr.. i -* , * ftak)l 

i matters, minor purchases, but be guarded against - ■ _ -— 

REGAL MOTORS extravagance, involvements, possible loss. bl ^n^a? o? yi^nL* aI# oil 

sports car centre Oct 23 to Nov. 21 <Scorpio) —Promote average 

38 TRIUMPH -10' Sedan 

M CONSUL Sedaa 
98 MOA HT Coupa 
38 MOA Rditr 
,37 MOA Rd*U 


TOW AWAY IPEHALS 

48 im DEHAKF.R _ 

41 DODGE COUPE __ 


MUST 

|3A *oatln 

SS$ 


SELL IMMACULATE 33 DAVID BT AUTO tt’RH KIRA 
Batnerw, ctoaaat affer WJJBt MB D*rtd Street 
OR 3-1738 1431 K4 MOTOR. COMPLETE^ 


personal interests; be sociable, attractive. Place things hillman good ^JOition 

-as ° n .0 odd, gr^ ■— L,0Yd ^« n Borgwordiaw 

___ jfS and of taaks: get plenty of rest; limit gadding iT^aohtw - a^88 cum new “* T1C * rA *T* 

!? M2 21 , ^P* tu —$tt*3 about and don’t get involved. «w bsm*. term* or*-$** 3 oni7 OiiAnDA ct 

*i SS TrajCv - h S) Dec. 22 to Jan. 19 'Capricorn)—•' A »- ww^-.-wx, *rw- . QUADRA ST. 


42 890 lW* METEOR CUSTOM M8 RV MM» aftar * 

sr^asTwSargsgnuBnoR 
mfiJS n SSSS ^7 52 - <3*™ • 1-wrn 
MOTORS T"' ^ ~ G, ““ l -- 


ENSIGN 


PLYMOUTH IDOOR BEAITI- 


'wsna. io« 


» FORD TUDOH. GOOD CONDI 
ba radio, beater GK I RS 


AUTO REPAIRS 
AND SERVICE 


1061 YATES 
EV 4-7197 

FOR THE BEST 
DEAL IN TOWN 


Capricorn)—Enjoy ydur friends; mercury : door 
but be economical in spending; protect financial inter- 

ests; don’t loan or borrow. *L* T,N *«dan rr phone 


1061 YATES 
EV 4-7197 

FOR THE BEST 
DEAL IN TOWN 


FV 8734 


M MO TC Rdatr 
I 37 JAOUAR XX 14# 

1 33 JAOUAR ME Vll 
vj JAOUAR ME V 

iKoKs AT A iJJ2 -#d “ tuS 20 to Feb. 18 • Aquarius)-Be conscientious W MWn hawk 

“ gmr -p t *g* _ nut about duties, responsibilities, impersonal In dealings, feeder* damaged offer* ev j-mi 

47 2JKiY m Smi *** ,1 aS tactful wtth^ekiers. rMiS~^FSiirpi 

38 PORD Sedaa _ Ails Keb. 19 to March 20 (Pisces)- Adopt s philosophical V7W6 _ 

N7 Tat#* sv by 3*7411 view of things; recheck judgment, plans; avoid diffi co ^ v *^ TT|tt -r 

__ __3Z_ j culties in transit 313* BY non afiar l *■ 

, w^pont^^excelleh t cos Planning ahead Good for sociability, entertaining. ^da^VSy STg^cktaa 


$2 PONTIAC 12 OWNERS- 
mod mndSML GRM1R 


VERY ailrametR 


orroarra curuho aiHR •> morris 3 - door. 000 d 


m and Sraka rvwaira. vic- 


candlUao heater 323d BY 4-*«3S FAST TOP QUALITY RADIATOR 


— OPEN EVEI 


PRONE ev 3-3813 “ E **t BROWNE’S MOTORS 
M J “ sv e-4811 EV 38311 

MSI AUSTIN PERPHCT TOHOf- 


Yataa a* Quadra 


NO DOI 
LOW I 


_ / low np| 

ARTS CAR RALES 
«e at Harriet EV t 


Ff»R SALE. 


‘Sk 


MOONEY S , AUTO I 
EV I 4177 C<wif>leu 
>OOOR CREV W -mu *' 


TO BUY 


47 pontuc 3 door, sue PH.<«tc.: Aug. \\ 14. 22: afternoon and evening of 28, 

CRT1TTL 1 (Reiaaead by Ceaeeiidated Neva Paatura*. las.) 


CRABS 4 AITH SALE* 
CLOSED SUNDAYS. 


roe ATLAS Tout STATION ”_ 

A*a 134 Cook buy ’■ aaU gV 3-8314 *4 MERCURY 


PONTIAC COUPE IDS rm — * " 

la lor Matter car. GR 3-lftE 1438 PONTIAC 888 EY 4-4878. 


CAN BE 

ISM# D * 


14444441M'> 


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24 Batin (fnrontnt | 1 H 

Su»4«v, Am«ws* t, !t»t 


* MOTILS 


115 


HOUSEKEEPING 
ROOMS TO RENT 


m 


Ritz Hotel, 710 Fort St. rv .„ v 

- _ _ _ _CLEAT*. BRIGHT ROOM EVERY- 

_ „ ' PORMBHtD APARTMENT* AND »hing found Bed linen »uppi*ed and 

10*AUTO»ODYWO*K J ,V1 1?,S»g« “ ,m n 

Transient 


FLATS AND 
AFTS. TO RINT 
UNFURNISHID 


129 


FLATS AND 
AFTS. TO RINT 
UNFURNISHED 


AND FAINTING 

LOOK FIRST TO 

Notional Motors 

Cemelete Paint and 
W BLOCK TATES 

110 AUTO FINANCING 
AND INSURANCE 

Instalment Financing 

Automobile* < nmmeretW—*rrf **[000 
equipment household »bpli*n«e* and 
furniture fipanred no mnuihlv pay 
men’ plan Life inaurance up l« 
f] vw nn auto lnpn» at pn extra 
cn«> Prompt aervice *ener«u* 
term* 

Islond Finonccs Limited 

C H BOOTH Mr » 

Tta Fort ,Sl Phone YV i-Ml «*v Ltd 


CAR BUYERS 

Our L<t*v-C n*t Fmarw mg Plan «*ill 
help '-nu make a better deal See 
u> fur detail* ma BEFORE >mi 
buy 

A M TAYLOR SPITTAL 

(Cl FORT STREET 


BOMB 

Delator BanQc__^ WSK^ t __ 

LAROE BRIGHT rtf) BTTTfVr, REGENCY APTS. 

THE OL1WBHIEL *0* DOUOLAS— room wi»h kllchenet** ladle* pr»- “ 

A re.idenual hotel o.-ovidta* every (erred Pairllald. cloaa In Phone _ _ __ 

* ® f • r » *•* ev 4*2bi fort AND LEE STS. 

-- _ __ REP-ErmRG ROOM SICKLY 

BEVERLST HOTEL furnished kitchen privilege* rrveteT. ONE BLOCK PROM JUBILEE 

I In eltT ctpfre Mnderate rate* him* Falrfwtd-Vancouver Ruame** HOSPITAL 

I; Sant Transient and oermanent tue«»» KVA 17)4 

EV 4-1174 nn ,*e»e*rune room* TV in Mwaa* _ - - mnnRRN ONE AND TWO - BED- 

724 Tate. Phoaa EV 4-4*11 NICELY FtTBNISHF.P RETVSIT ffooM BUm« WITH VEPT 

IS TOWN FRIDGES DAY OR A " fnUn jl LARGE LI VINO ROOM DISISO 

l S e,k TO n?.-* r fr£3“t . ?.V Y | M>4 '"'^1 pbee^Vmryt St APEA^MODERN, KI_T< 

-ONE LARGE BRIGHT LIGHT E9^Ap P ANn nYr *a5F Vatm 

housekepmx •••Htt All furniahed ■VmiHij 

m e*TT*A(C i '.Hind rw.ir t v i tv.'i ROOM WITH SHOWER AND PAN 

COTTAGE5 \ r >A4 ** auto washing facilities 

AkJfS fAaaDCITCE RACHELOR BUITF. *35 PFR TV HOOKUP »9(t ASP 1190 PFR 

AMU V,A#Vtrjl I ES monih #74 He) wood. EV 3-4437 MO EVERY BUTTE HAS A VIEW 

-T-*-- - af’ertpm ' WF INVITE YOUR INSPECTION 

CORDOVA Ray DELIGHTFUL |T n ,r« rvn CALL Mr. PAM RESIDENT 

V m collage tn |M,ante ard WANTED NIC K LADIES OR AOENT. EVENINOB AT EV 5-9400 
Madam Ad- * r "'* <»mf. r~»ma ldu* Ra> Ph - 

joining McMorran'* -Mote; grwind*. 

Ha* double and single bed. laige 
li\,ng loom aiilt JJtepla>e Avai 
at>le for »ummer nr ruoano) Apply 
MrMnrran • Cnrdnva 


OAK BAY 


PANORAMIC BEA V IF WB 
■P4C70UB UP-TO-DATE 
7 BEDROOM BUITES 
21-14 PT LIV1NO ROOMS I 
COLORED STOVES AND PRIPOEB 
BALCONIES TV OUTLETS 
AT 

the 

ROYAL NEWPORT 

1411 * !4M NEWPORT A\yWUl 

ME ARB A WHYTE 
OAK BAY REALTY LTD. 

EV 4-7701 


\k- ■■■■■ •• 



OR 


WINDSOR HOTEI. SN COURT- 
Hnntekeepinv rnnm All 
found Room* daiW and weekly I 


CONTACT RENTAL DEPT, 


TOURUTTB 
Clean qtiiat 
► OR BY 


OTHERWISE 

PRIVACY AND SECLUSION. ---!--'**' ** ^ 

rent fri«<n Au(u»t 11. 2-l*4«»nh -— -—-, 

. ' a'hrte«n» tog h>«uae pti\atel> 1.1GHT HOUSEKEEPING ROOM 
"»Mtl lake G-md »'* imminf and fre tenl I* 1 1M1 Pandora Ph 

Malvnc Cloae In nt\ Alan from EV 4-flMR_ - _ | 

septemner LmaOirB 


Ker & "Stephenson, 
Limited 

EV 4-3411 


ANNOUNCING 
OPENING OF 
STERLING COURT 
2073 OAK BAY AVE. 
OAK BAY 


MITCHOSIN 

111 mite* Iron Victoria 

■ 


im^aitta j 


PC 


NEED CASH? 

REFINANCE VOCR CAR OR 
TRADF. DOWN FOR |f« 

FOR PARTICl LARS SFE 
MR MITCHELL PRIVATE 

K-M MOTORS 

hi Vain Si EV MO 


anm. Irvin* mom with ftreptare 2 
iete tiathnmm net «*mr prnpertv 
IR Ajnvt aMer 4 o m 

MODERN cottage for - rest 

Pennramir Meu aiie* >m SI Mat' 
Idike (nr tenter* ppmirker* Ex- 
reilenl (l*hin* warm hathtn* new 
I AH df\m* hoard All «"nnveni- 
rmf*. reftigeraimn Orel* K Park 
Gan*e« R C 

FOR RENT ON REACH. FUR- 
n «hed tviuae Sunaet Heart). |jmt/- 
Vlllr Au* 14 V» Sept 4 44U per 

week CiR 4-1932 


PARTLY FURNISHED HOUSE- 
keeping rnnm*. quiet aduita. TTO 
Queen* 

SEA VIEW NIUE FRONT ROOM, 
auixmatir hnt water fn* Rarlafe. 
\a.«m EV 3 4434 71 3 Rnherl 

FOR 2 OIRLS. NICE AREA 14 

min* town 47 4© e* weeklir. Vic¬ 
toria Pre*» Boa 424 , 


BROWN BROS. 
RENTALS 

Ill’S Rlan.hard Street. KV SF771 


°F.DDER RAY MARINA - GOOD; 

boat rental*.'launch-1 
ng ramp, wharfage r ampaltea 
; cafa. GR L22W Rocky 


DEEF COVE 

» Mila* rri'm Vlcltna 


and fnd*r. hak-ntiy. auto Uiuodr 
BRIGHT ROOM AI.SO ROOM AND |115 SUFFOLK HOUSE .'141 Haul 
kitchenette 1779 Oak Ray Ave. Ph 
EV S W4t 


Victoria a 11rart FAMILY APART 
MENTS I ur 1 tiedn»>m«. »pa<*t«*j 

l.R hrieht kitchen. eie«'tnc ian*c _ ___ 

and fridge automatic laundri j Til f“ ^ II A I L. I 
soiindpruH wall* coik tile flta>r*. I m* V , I 1 /vLl I 

After hour* Mr Muoav E\ 4-4141 « tndi* dua n*.at control On t. u - 1 1 ^ 

■ fihe Hoae to <noftmng IWft p* ftis Summer notiagea or room a. Rath 
$1.*S HAKO APTk mat Rea. h rro\VN F.ROS AGENCIES LTD ng hoa?,ng 'i»hin*. h»af launch 

Drive Waterfront. 7 *>edrm Suite. jl »3 H'an.l a d St EV 5*771 mg ramp Steak or chicken dtn- 

electtk range After Houa: Mr Murray. EV 5^41 C nei* and Devmatur# team. Gtoup 


COTTAGE for 

gan Lake EV Y 


RENT. SHAWNI 


111 TRAILERS AND 
TRAILER CAMPS 

JUST ARRIVED! 


FURNISHED L Alt G K FRONT 
ro«»m wuh *ink Cl»»«e in. EV 4-7374. 


EV 4-41)43 

ROOM* 


"GREAT LAKES" 
MOBILEHOMES 

70TE-FM TRAILER 
SALES 

t Ml lea North on Highway No. 

EV 4-4741 or OR 4-M73 


120 ROOM AND BOARD 

I COMFORTABLE room for busi- 
nev* perann. Hot and cold waier. 
g»-d food, one mil* city. 2 nua 
J mute* Congenial aur roundings. 

jSer.! 1 13.B Dallas EV J-SAWi NH% HOUSEKEEPING ROOM ON 

I TWO OR THREE PROFESSIONAL Trul« h St gut EV 2 7444 
. .T- r . n t^r. h '‘hv , !nI Zr^'in' RRI( 'HT LARGE ROOM FOR MAN 

X5f .ChLi a " “WjM 

land Avenue near Government 3 .room 
,H i.*e Phone EV .tliaS ,_ 8trw ., 

j COL LEO E B'TUDENT WOULD LIKE 

| hsbv-ajttlnr In erenlng* and light houvekeeptng room* EV 3-4473 
duties weekends far return of .... 

•r, t gf • -d A'thur Bepple FI RNISHKD ROOM 1111 
II. I. Kamloops B C ma 


Spantou* 7 twdrm suit 
trie range and (ridge autu laundry.! 

TV conned ion* 

IPS TRELAWNEY APTS. INK N. W-! 
port Large ]-he«lrnom apartment. 1 
stove and fridge, top fl‘«»r. quiet 
block, de liar accommodation Me ha' 
Available Aug IS 

PC* H KAO »N HILL PARK 1 hrd 
m*»m au.tr elec range and fridge 
1 flight stairs, heat included. 


BROWN BROS. 
AGENCIES LTD. 

APARTMENTS 


parl>es catered 

PHONE GR 5-9091 


MALAHAT 

74 Miles tr«m Victoria 


MARINE OAKS 

1725 BEACH DRIVE 


excellent selection « 

1 and 2-benroom auartments lr 
Dai: Bav and the eltT 
MODEMS KI.F.CTRIl KITCHENS 
FREE ALTO LAUNDRIES 
FREE TV CONNECTIONS 
LARGE LIVING ROOMS) 

VFAR-ROUND HP.XT , Matnlfirenl 

I CONTACT US BEFORE YOU RENT Tree-*heltered waU* 

! 1173 Blanahard S* f’h KV 4JT71 Superb meal* Cnmfortanla beds 
After Hour* Mr. Murray. EV 5-4143 


I DEER LODGE RESORT 
MILL BAY 



FAkKSVILLt 

M Mu, trow VRtwH 


- Located In 


SUITS 117 SUPERIOR BAY 

__ with 2 hed!i«nr\* and den Very 

LARGE CLEAN. FURNISHED !" rs * LR *" h r^* 1 


FAIRFIELD DISTRICT BUS 
, „ r# ni . v *l"p at dour Modern, selfeontamed 

nll-r . tSrffi .^.2™ **.rin* .“ft 


BOX 35 CORRLF HILL 
PHONE 47R1 


Healed Fridge and electric Move 
l-utuud :*• iiitie» and pt.vale en 
tiimi e 475 a m«mth EV 3-3844 


$300 DOWN 
PAYMENT 

45* 10 

» OR 1 BEDROOMB 
Bartaln Pnre v- No Trades 
AND 

©*her unit* of vaDoue atres Imw 
down oa-meni to rood credit 
ri»«* Hi l.o Sale* lot corner of|mnnth 

Mi 1 *tream and Tr*n»-Cat ada ad -- - — 

Ktnlns Hi Lo No 3 Park OR 4 2414 COMFORTARLF. REST 
* .are with registered nurse. 

Y 4-B40I 

TRIANGLE TRAILER 


h'gany cahinet kitchen with built 

-range and men Two tuihnom*. IMMEDIATE POPSESfWON MOD- 

PRIN- Gractnu* entrance hall Large ern Nock Ru* Sparinu* hedr'K»m. 
bateony. Heated swimming pool |B0O Large l.-ehaprd living m«>m Kit 

WANTED by MATURE LADY BEACON PKUK ^VITTHOVB!- W e sl<« hsv. 7 nedruc^n .primer* 
larte *mpit room full board or keeping _»ink all found EV ^-1440 hjj 4 „ Mmr ^e 

evenin4 meal, ground floor Pre p| FAN OL'IKT FAIKFIEi !) luxe lunid.ng .n*i>e. 1 n.n without ^ *’ER MONTH lE-'l FflRNWOOD 
fer no children Mr* Beattie i-tnar f«» park KV 2-7704 <»hllg»llon l{p».der;' manager Hr-iWTi Sle. 3 1-bedrm ate with 

EV 7-4044 * - lima. Agencies Lid . It.*.* Hianaha 

--BRIGHT CLEAN NEAR PARK *, - 


SHAWNIGAN 

24 Miles fr«m Virtoria 


ACCOMMODATION IN REST -IM , 3^ M « hig.n 

home onlv quiet refined people 

need apply Inquire Shore Acres ROOM SINK. LADY MIDDLE 
Rest H<*.i*e Ro\ |7l Sidnev _ age or up Abstainer EV 3-4555 

all”Home cooking college furnished kuim uj month 

vt alkinc distance Men only It* tvr, F -iriw.«d KV 4-51W 

*”■ *' « si-ikt. *r«OK. 

sole KV 5-4344 

ROOM AND BOARD FOR WORK 

ne men Near Eaqulmalt *45 per MCE URFURNf^HED ROOMS JU- 
E\' 4-4V.X1 hilee district EV 4-47.’? 


. EV 3x771 Alter hour*. 
Muri a.-. KV 4-4149. 


Mr. 


tndge and alove in the kitrhrn. 
Heat and water Included in rentaL 
Hagar A Swa ne Ltd . EV 4 (&31 


SPACIOUS MODERN BACHELOR 
suite rlnae to Pailiament Building* 
and park Au '.mati* iaundi 
iter heat, private patio. 

KV 5-2)29 44J Avalon 


On the Albcrnt Highway near Cameron Ljtke. the 
holidayrr will see this stand of virgin Douglas Fir 
trees, many of which were in growth when Colum¬ 
bus set sail for America, some are over 300 feet 
tall and oxer 10 feet in girth. These tall timbers 
have been declaied in a park area for all to enjoy. 
Be sure to see “Cathedral Grove” this year.—(B.C. 
Govt, photo) * 


ISLAND 

HALL 

HOTEL 

PARKSVILLE 
V I , B C. 

7«» *I£UKT HOTEL 

Lt?. 4 A T E D RIGHT on wide 

RROfR RESORT VILLAGE OR 

main island highway lx the 

'OKA!. PLACE FOR SUMMER V* 
<*TK»*S. COMMYRTABLE AT- 
TRACTIVE BEDROOMS MANY 

1ieLIi H .« P !i IVATE Rathrodma 

RpTR W MAIN HtrrEL AND t^ 
D9 UJXI NEW ANNEX EXCEL* 
L F luL “ OMK «*OKED MEAL* 
* ; RATH I N G CARDER 
,OAMES GOLF 7 MILES AWAY 
t°*4 DtSOTM’NT ON STAY OF A 
WEEK OR LONGER BEFORE 
»!_ AND AFTFR t.AROR 
DAY FOR INFORMATION AND 
R VaER VATIONS write MARY 
SUTHERLAND EILEEN ALL- 
wooo owners M anagerk or 
THONE 44 PARESVTLLE 


SHAWNIGAN BEACH 


shaw.muan laki C IDAR,YIUOW POINT CAMERON LAKE 

107 Miles from Vicum* 


I OM E 
Phnne ] 26 


BALES LTD 

Vane xiver Island Dealer 

t.EtS* KKHOMK 


FOR WORKING GIRL GOOD Rt S 
service 1031 Cham her la in Throe 
KV MM 


HOUSEKEEPING 
ROOMS WANTED 


DALLAS RD. - One tiedrm *ulte, 
living room, kitchen elec range, 
auto oil healed. 104 per m 
Available now 

JOHsSTON ST - - One b p d r m 
auiie, living room, kitchen and 
bathroom alove and fridge 

heated $45 per mo 
EHQUIMAIT Rl) — Newly peror¬ 
ated. one-hedrm suite, living ___ I 

room kitchen and bathroom. 154 tr» KEDECC»RATFI> SF.LF-CON —— 

.. Pr r .JT° irtined two i<vm* kllchrnctte and_• > 

VAN.MEAKE M XNOR Newiy de- tuithp> i W at*d (' » ■ '.< mnnri 1 SOOKE 
stove , „,» r tank Call l'RKt NoCh Tare 


FIELD'S POOL RESORT 


BKACON HIM. PARK 
Come and »ee our beautiful 1*0 
hodtm aptx. 1 MO RF.NT FREE Tt 
COVER >vur moving expense*! 
Adult* EV -‘-74n5 


B C.*« t.eadlng Family Retori Hotel. .. , „ 

THE place lor you and yout chtl-l* 1 Miles South of Nanaimo 
dren that haa been owned and op 
crated hy Huiley* for ' generati.-n* 

Price* include all meal* afternoon 
U« uae of boat* tennis court. 

Phone trashte eolf course and aports' 
rqulnment Make reservation* now 
lor August rate* (tom aoorox 1115 
a week for a femi ' •■) (• -ui XX1 vi 
'or free, colored booklet to Den »! 

M»son Hurley, or telephone Cobble 
Hill 43. 


WANTED BASEMENT HOUSE- 
keeping room, furnished. Qtva 
HOME AWAY FROM HOME MAN term* location. Victoria Pre*». 
rimed. 1914 Femwood Road Boa 594 


FLATS AND 
APTS. TO RINT 
FURNISHED 


NASHUA 

FLEETWOOD AND KIT TRAILERS . SI 

M nil# n -mea I 1 and 10 wtdtna. - --- 

New and used ATTRACTIVE HOME GOOD LO- 12§ 

Alsu ator king IF Vacs' ion Tratlara. *tv II *EVA 44> *"** b °* r<1 

«»^SL *" "TuVLJ yourgTusinkm pkrbon kbt 

Phon# GR 13*21. rat. EXi 4 MM. ac*y -Tim'dattori Low rate*. TV._ 

‘ " game* room ate EV 1-8037._ SELF-CONTAINED. NICELY FUR- 

I AVAILABLE TO WORKING MAN. n,*hed 3-r.«>m upper «u.te Warm 
_ ... . TPN a comfortable home Femwor^l 

R W DAWSON LTD. Guest Home KV 4x34 _ JSJhnllMx^BY 8 

avmit an ty . *. jujaatv raw* apaii™’*nts vm vikw 

i^FmorrCtwo >r mobili «c«, 

home 01: lurnace. electric hot- ... 

water heater 3-nie-a bathroom PRIVATE ROOM WITH WATER 
wirt shower Birch panellim front view in rest home for elderly 

t ire I r* ei:enl condition |*d- EV 4-7714 __I.OVKI.V 

EV 4 1041 —— (ACTIVE RETIRED - MAN WANTB »«"*' ,,r 


. twro-nedrm suite 
and frtdtr Quiet surrounding* Street 
but shon walk to town IV 
hookup and auto washing faclli- CLEAN 
Tie* 1104 per mo 
ELLERY 8T One-hedrm auite. 


23 Miles from Victoria 


ROOM SELF-CON- 
’anted suite man floor heated S’a* AK.I/*I CC C A 
or.t Let* -nlv No > hildjen AlNoLtjt/N 
rn A|<artment*. M5 Prime**. 


ARISTOCRAT MOBILE HOMES 
SIESTA TRAVEL TRAILERS 


EV 4-J4I1 

Ijitgr fi.mt suite. »unr. cheerful, iim OAK BAY AVE TRIP! FT 
. ail' *4“ Phone EX’ 9-1032 or see One «mie at 4»>0 two suites at $5j 


room Available now 410 per mo 
BAY BT One • b e d r m living 
room kitchen ga* range, heated. 

445 per mo. 

MORAINE Modern 2-bedrm r _ 

jutte klti hen elec stove and ► tnarw ial Survey Ltd. 
fridge bathroom, auto washing . 

lartlltte* 41M per mo LARGE MODERN 

QUADRA ST Modern 2 bedrm MJ,,r H ‘ >B ! h.4 water and ga* 

•P»rt elec atove and fridge. »»PP"»"1 

auto washing facilttla* 495 Pf . r pt»al. >7. numthiv Children wcl 

mo itunc X’acant. t!ly3D9 

Contact Rental Dept 
KER Ac 8TPPHF.NSON LI 


3 ROOMS AND BATH UNFURN 
tstied Ground floor Near Roumt- 
ap< ■ Varan- $45 Ph EV 4-934* 


1 bedroom 


MOTEL AND HOUDAY RESORT 
On lovely (took* Hatbor Rv dav. 
week or month Pullv furnished. 
n»odern *utt#» and cabin* Cen¬ 
tral refrigeration pronane «** 
Onlv 20 mile* from Victoria on 
blacktop KaltaMn Rd Small 
boat latinrhin* 

PHONF 800KE 21-1 1 

u4 and Mrs C H Cvr R R. 3 

4 JFTAR ACCOMMODATION AT 


REv OMMENDED BY O l R 
guests l.uxui v salt water |««>t 
and ptenu- factfltiea t amping, 
m <drrn first-etas* t'urikt trailer 
park Boat launching, teat*, 
taikie. Pntlarh IL-use with open 
fire in centre of floor. Kitchen, 
harhecue and tablet under one 
r-»>f. A pine# for camper* to 
gather in had weather !<• make 
new friend* play game* or 
dance around the . open fire. 
Taved nad to our ga’r No 
d*>gx No liquor Admission 
Adults 50c Ch-idren .’V Off 
Highway JA to Yellow Point be¬ 
tween iJtdywmith and Nanaimo. 
No picnic* or swimming Mon¬ 
day* except holiday Monda- * 

Phone Nanaimo 787L3 


CAMERON 

LAKE CABINS 


QUALICUM BCACH 

I MO Mile* from Vtcfaria 

SUNSET INN 
AND LODGE 

“WHERE THE GUEST I* KINO" 

Dining Lounge 
Open All the Yeor 
A Specialty Service 
for Fishermen 


Modern, turn *hed canm* on lake QUALICUM BEACH 
and river Safe swimming beach. 

■ ti* r: ruing mat rental* Pt 'pane 
'(•■king For a relaxing h liday write 
I Art and A ire Smith. Hilliera P.O. 

, Thone Quant um 2144. 


ALBERNI 

144 Miles Ir.aa Victoria 


C0M0X 

141 Mile* from Victoria 


MANANA 

Lodge ond Marina 


S0MASS 

AUTO COURT 

THE PLACE TO STAY 
SUMMER OR WINTER 
Housekeeping or modern mote' unt’s 

~ *f 


1 arrtakrr 


X’ACANT MOlVEltN 9-ROOM c/yvur DIY/CD 
- 'p mih dinette e • . ' ric >l»vr amt jXA/Nl IX I V LIX 
fridjre. iHundtv fncilitia* Otl-hcatcd.' 
hl*M k Quirt adult*. (T*e 
KV 3-W*4 


, item COTTAGES 


•tbivw rrviim tta TO room, board, private home good ""‘rr 
STRIKE EOltrES U8 To A||r|(L Victoria Pre*a. Bo* 434 


3 ROOM 

hear h Oil rv.Main- 

heal. self-r-ontamed. All 
Hu«ine«s i*>upte 4MU month 
GK 7 2P44 


ae!, our 4*41 7 bedroom trailer 

l.va ra*n and $>•« in fumtahing* f(»STAIRS ROOM WITH BOARD 
will handle down oavment Take s- me <-aie for etdertv tady P.ea*on- CLEAN. 3’ ROOM UPPER SUITE, 
over oavment and pay wo aale* ante tatr*. Mr* MacRae EV 4-.VI79 electric range heat h»>i water. 

1- _J CRAIGMYI.E. .0T7 CRAIGDAR ' ^,, 'Wk Hav June 

LIMITED SPACE LEhT AT TRl rnrh Hot and cold water EV 34031 
XX AY TRAILER PARK - 


RiwiXI AND BOARD 


ratea 


Pailiament Ruildlng* 9'.V 3-44AX 


pa'k>* av 
Phone GR 4-1041. 

ROCCABELLA. VACANT SINGLE 
BOX TRAll ER EQUIPPED FOR rr».m with full hnard EV 3903d 

srsa^pST^ys-«««,**<* m* ««* 


w — llo ALL l«»t NO. f IK " »M SUITE. | H8 Fo 
NKAK rvai Ruildlng* Own en 


trai 


lW . rulte* at 435 

m«.n*h rug and range 

FURNISHED T 23 * Belmont Ave Lnwrr suite, one 

,, .. k... t>e<,room hut extra room :n b* r- 

ment Elec range and H-W in¬ 
cluded in rent of »xo man h 

SL„?° > * th . T,>r ? rr 81 ' L ® w, ‘ r ' VACANT OAK HAV LAK 

Meltanlmt ™ « I!' V* mon h hedt—m *. If-conia |ied ut" 

McDonald Block Oak Bav June- ,.i. - - tli ; ,ted. electric gtovt 

" n three-room *utte Range, gv ‘>jii>i 
heat and H W included in rent of * . 

*«4 month 3 ROOM BUITE WITH 

BROWN AND SONS LTD range. *45 Includes heat and 

8 _EV 4-3435 water Children OK. KV 3-3*05 

1413 Elford 


Reasonable ratea. 1 or t-bedrnom g « lWl k* aeafoodi. roast duckling. 
1*54 HOLLYWOOD CRESCENT. 4- collate* Propane Wu'nmatir heat • • »- 

rm suie. vif c.>ntalncii C.a* imu f ooktne ai d hot water Prldge*. 

supplied l*i ivate entrmnee. »73 srclu*»©n on tldal_rt*»T_ 

EX' 2tHT4 f*>r inspection. 


Lourge and dining room bverlook- 
mg beautiful Ladysmith harbor with 
nanoramiw yl»w of wiountalna and ■ 
seascape. Enjoy charcoal grill By Auto Ferry from bwaru Bay 
or Crofton 


SALT SPRING ISLAND 




Pt.vhmg., 
2«# Phi Una Re. ! 
r phone Mr and 


marina facilities incli de 

GAS. OIL, WATER. ICE. ETC 1 


124 


Phone Ladv smith CHurrhIU 32312 


370 


SOOKE 
oaf HARBOUR HOUSE 


SEABREEZE 


THE ZUIDERZEE 
CAMPSITES 


KYE BAY 

♦ * ♦ * 

Voncouver Island'* 
most beautiful, sole 
ond sandy beach. 
Excellent fishing, 
golf. New, fully 
automatic, 2 - bed¬ 
room cottoges. 

MRS. E SMITH 
R.R. 1, Comox 
Phone 

Courtenay 879-R-1 


MIRACLE BIACH 


COMFORTABLE 3-room suite 


OAK BAY 

HEDlVOt.KY APV7TMENTE 
21X0 HALT TAIN 
Near Kastdownei 


BOAT TRAll.ER 

It) with roller*, winch 
loader »22© -"*« Oritua 


9TWLR. CAPAC 


own enlrame all ulihtie* bu* and Escepnonally large 2-bedroom 
store* at dnoi Quk-i adult*. 10411 modern »utte BR DR electric kit 


FOUL RAY AND FORT AVAIL- 
able Sept 1 Clean, heated. In*'m r , irnl- ,. 
upper dunlex Ga* range. JA5. Ph. * *? 1 

TV l.Ut) J 


l. dge accummixiation with patw Oood ba** u.sbliic 
ramie view of snow <*pped Olympic Quhtiaell Lake XVad 
M. untgin* and Juan de Fui 
Snail* Dining rnom renowned for 
chicken dinner*. American or 
plan Thone Sooke 79. 
er'uc. 


COTTAGES 

Full# modem apoties* <'<«ttage* at *** Mile* from Victoria 

Ganges. Ideal family holiday. Cl*ae 
wimmlng In m -fa and nke y.shtns. swim 
In* pool and ming tt -re* Special rate* hv week 
Fur, nonv ride* for ktddie* Ptcnickm* riifme Ganges 154. or writ# P.O 
Boat rental* apd launching H*a- Boi 215 
plane refuHtne ba»e Haifa* 


Tntmie Ave. rear d«or 


12 HOI St TRAILER 
Sleepa two. 


FOR RALE 

w red and l*c< 

1 - 32992 

LIKI NEW l* 1 * FT. KEN SKI 1.1. 
' \a>ati<in trailei C«»mplete with 
ba’n and extra* C»ond t*uv EV 4 *131 


3 W HEEL TRAILER. SLEEPS l 
|95 KV 2 4394 3MB Montreal Street 


SMALL BOX 
hitch. Au*'in whei 


112 CABS AND 
TBUCKS WANTED 


CLEAN CARS 
WANTED 4 CASH 
ATU 

MIDTOWN 

AUTO SALES 
1116 Yotes EV 2-2241 


5% 


ROOM AND BOARD. YOUNG RUS1 
ness mPn Fairfield EV 3-3202 

ROOM AND BOARD IN PRIVATE 
h*ene for y<«ung man TV. EV 2-73*1 

GROUND FLOOR. PRIVATE EV* 
trance. t<ed-sitnng r»mm lnepla»-e. • 
large kitchen College district Sep- ] 
lemher 1 455 EV 4-223* 

NICE ROOM. PRIVATE - HOME, 
home rooking 5len. EV 5-J88V. 

HOARD AND ROOM REST OF 

BRIGHT SELF CONTAINED SUITT. ' 
lovely |<*aiion nael\ lurn*«bed 

W7 50 unluinished *.'»7 Vi Phone 
FV 3TMH 

rate. Elderly ladles only EX' 2 7744 

NEAR PARK BUS SKA DAY. 
wrek. permanent KV 4-0475 

WORKINO MEN (TOSS TO CUR 
ling Rink EV 4-4*41 

VACANT main FLOOR RED-JUT 
ilng p««i with kitchenette. ga« 
range, sink and fridge *47 50 i'lill 
tie* supplied Share bnthi.*«m. Near 
Cloverdale W b.«.| EV W7I 

3 ROOMS SEMI • FURNISHED 
aelf-txmlamed #55. includes iighl. 

heat and water Clone lo Naden 

EV 5-4272 

121 BOOMS 10 BINT 

MCE ROOM”IN WIDOWS' MOD- 
ern home, rloae lo Building* f'»r 
middle aged working lad' Reason¬ 
able for some romnanmnahip Vir 
l.fia Pre»«. R«.x 1724 

BRIGHT. LARGE' 2-RoOM SUITE 
Nicely furnished ran tange. fridge 
and flreplace EV V 'P>V 

1-BEDROOM APARTMENT, OAK 
Bay or Esievan. September Mrs 
Lane EV 2 4373 

(MEAN SINGLE. DOUBLE RMS 
all [amities. *44 Hillside. Phone 

IV 3-3332 

AVAILABLE SKIT 1 MAIN FLUOR 
Three-room suite Near Onverdale 
m ixed EV 5-HK7I 

I SQl I.XIAI.T. I't.EAA - .’ ROOM ' 

•utie Sink. Elertnrif). #40 ph 

470 MO LAROE COMPORT- 

(able hed-altting room CIcr* to 

hua U0 (TaIgflower EV 5-451* 

ROOM - TO LET WITH OR WITM- 

gl\ 2-5X39 

nui hnartl Fairfield near park, hos¬ 
pital F.V 4-7571 

COMFORTABLE SLEEPING ROOM 

NO PAIBP1BLD 1-RM STE BATH . 
1 frig One. two sharing Bid Ail 
Utilities loo EV 4-4.337 evening 

1 pear town ami park. Pu«'nr*a man 

i.> MB# BnittiMla EV 4MHI 

WILL SHARE ' V DUPLEX W ITH 
working girl m 30« Fully furnished 

! MCE 81 F.EPINO ROOMS NEAR 

C Ml Day week »V 3-4*34_ 

'SLEEPING room for particu- 

iar' 1 business person EDI EV 5-34*0 

TV Share expenses EX' 5-i»CW 

SITITE. WITH GAR STOVE AND 
use of refi igergtor Bu« slop at 
corner Call at H'4 Elford Si 

ROOMS TO - RENT — ALM» ROOM 
and Nurd Ckwe in town EV 2-39W 

NEAR NADEN SINGLE ROOM, 
qu malt Road EV 2 Vis* 

L«IVF.I.Y THRKF.-Rr >03* GROUND- 
(!«* *U'te fully furnished refrtg- 
eiaior Roae garden Ph EV S4WT! 

ATTRACTIVE TWRVROOM SUITE 
ft idge Suit working coo pie *45 447 

125 HOUSEKEEPING 
ROOMS TO RENT 

Ijuv.pww KV V4*#'S 

1 AVAILABLE AUG. Ill CLEAN 

I large 2 room aurte. all found. I*h 
KV 4 3294 

. . .- 


au o tkundry. t’PSTAIRS TWO-BEDROOM SUITE. lv 1V - r . 

•en' care'akrr private entrance Gatage $75 ir SUNNY SHORES 

Further oar- rtuding heat and h«d water ***“ 

'hone Mr Bur- Clmrrdale EV 3-317* 


ew phone 

or EV 4-1 


Newly • decorated 


lhree-n»>n heated *u:te in quiet water included 2«4« Fetevan Ave . 
bha k $57 So dose to Willow* Beac h 

'oiMcM.'t^he.. 3 and R °°bS 
WO-BEDROnM. ground floor »u.te r,r ’** ln - **' 

on Un«* Si.' Ideal f »r retued KV 

cuplc **7 3-ROOM SUITE FOR RENT 

THE ROYAL TRUST COMPANY Klderlv c.uple preferred Vacant 

4n* View St EV 3 4134 au^m* t 15 ..r befon- Apply 1014 

■ I fit ’ M* IMFttN V *' ’ ; 

suite in ptivate houv Ra« iiv.ng racIIELoR SI ITB IN NEW' OAK 
..ne tiednann 4 piece tmthr-nun Bav budding Cw apace Elevator 
and kitchenette «ete«-lMc range and gervice 4# H C Land A Investment 
retrtaera'qn. On bu* route Lov i, Agcnrv KV 4-4113 

‘--itatile Sentemiirr - 


HOLIDAY RESORT 

Undet New Manaeemenl 
Housekeeping cottage, on the 
beach. Club ntenlr* tenting 
R R * Virtoria Phon# Book* 24P 


ween Nanaimo and Ladvsmlth on 
Yellow Point Road On* BchUft. 
PHONE NANAIMO 2013 LI 


The 

GOLDEN ANCHOR 


TTLLICUM SEASIDE COTTAGES 
Ideal for families and fishermen 


ARBUTUS 


DUNCAN 

42 Miles Horn Victoria 


ENJOY YOUR HOLIDAY AT 

MIRACLE BEACH 
F»w a happy vacation *e reman- 
mend v nu make vour reaer* at)«na 

. _ .... . #ar,v ,h,B Jummer Fully m«klerw 

Children a pool Power or nnv- Tourt 00(3 Motel **** *ea*b.e* bungalow* Swimming, 

hoot* on Yellow Point Hoad. R R 1 boating salmon fishing, boa* ren- 

tully modern new r«mrt *nerl<*i». 'at* .-amnalte* Rn* 77 Rlarg 
ng neauG u Xesuvnua Bny and Creek FO Phon# ©v.ter Bwy 
San«um Narrow* 5 441 

OVERNIGHT AND WEEKLY ~ - ——— 

RATES. 

Write MR AND MRS J. O RRfp LONG IIACH, V.l. 

RR. 1. Ganges Phono Ganges 131 R 


LAKE C0WICHAN 

57 Miles from Virtoria 


garden 9Go 


15th. 322 Si Chatlcs st Ph EV 4 4*6S F.SQUIMAI.T 


KV 2 


rings*. 


r«mm i 


NEAR NADEN 3- 
*k*rn apatlment suite . Frig 
Available immediately 


LAKESHORE 

RANCH 




GREEN TIMBERS 
MOTEL 

HEATED 8W1MMINO POOL 
Modern one and tao-bedroom Overlooking r.ange* Harbour. So* 

-- ■- gr. -unda irvlude gwiwiming 


HARBOUR 

HOUSE 


WICKANINNISH 

LODGE 


Riding water skttns swimming 
diving lifesaving archerv pottery 
•ecn ager* and pre teeners |35 
SERVICE weekl Ptweie Dun«*n MY.' 


one 

. arroir.mods'ion for 35 

erf Plavgrounda and latse heated 
»«immini oool lotxn to gueatai. 
Boat launchlne one mile 

Box 234 l ake ( owichag 
Phon* 305Y 


vmntci 

Finlv 


Lone B»*rh UCLUKl-FT »la Port 
Albertri plane or boat «mal! rog- 

rxls Tnciudo aw.mmlng 

tenn - • urts Eve; ent '*l® Beautiful loeuttng. 

t.v.ne < infortanl* aerommade ^*«?* W * Wrlio or phon* Ucluo- 
Gon n lodge .w well appointed in ,#l 
cabin* For a hobdae t<> rememier 
r. >erve n'w Pn-ne Ganges 24 
Writ* D. Crofton. Cange* 


»•;r sri liulf-H CtfCIIC XX r« kda a» 4* p m . 0n>- 

F. V 2 sm 1 me WPHtend l-’x' 3 vtNt 

4*5 PEP. Mt)VTH AND AVAILABLE HEATED 3R<*>M SUITE ELEC 
August IS l hcdim suite rullv m-kl ,n *' * ,mr G' tsc ‘JJA tiice loca 
etn tn quiet apartment blo.-k .-lose I>v*Ti enHame E\ 4-1294 

to St Jnsrnh » Hospital 924 South- CLOSE IN MODERN STOVE 


DUDE RANCH CEDAR CABINS RESORT 


WASHINGTON, U.S.A. 


For rhitrtren-Teen*. 1.iv# a real 
ranch. Etiioy nail ridmg. awtmming 
under »up*rv>«inn. Rales *30 pet 
week Inf’tmat.nn 

FLYING-C-RANCH 


1 " « H t. ^ Appli y ft Hr.vh C24 Ygfea 

3-ROOM STE. SELF-CONTAINED. 3-FtociM SUITE, TV CONNECTION 

’ a' 1 ' 1 I Heat and ia*^e -i.uod** One amall child 

aur.pi.r.l AfH.ia t«mv |t> n v . rv .15 

m “’’ Sl ° G'»rge Rd . XXr«' Ph -,.. ru 

EV 4-.V94 HEATED I.AROF 1 -ROOM APT FRENCH CREEK 

private home Aduita only *“ 

PAiRnr n. spacioub 4’j-rt>om phone r.x 3 *029 

'M'Per suite Quiet couple nper'in; 

b by »-|rome He*' water 475 XEW. XpiDKRN LARGE I.IVINt, 

I Vacant Bent t EX' 4 3190 r»M»m. tK-drooin. elr«-irw kitrhrn. de 

— Iu\e hnlhroom Heated EV 3-4333 


4«>r y»ur family holiday Fishing 
for Dad, lots of fun foe rhildren 
also « rest for Mum One nr two- 
hedronm full' equipped h-xiaekeep 
ing rabm*. *». to *40 per week. 

LAKE COWICHAN 331M ' 

MARY AND BILL BAVENHILL 


BALT BPBINO IBLAND 
Vesuvius Lodge W'a^m sea bath- ' 
In# Prlvgte bearh Ftrat class 
dining room R»te‘ »1 3o single. 
*13 54 double Inclusive Lodge 
rooms or cabins Phope 2K 


V PPER ROH 
STORE AND CABINS 


» Mi ea N'-rih of Vtciorl* 


ALTA LAKE, B.C. 


private entrance 1231 Pand<*ra after *»" 


3 heslriewn*. 
I paid < 


FRENCH CREEK 
FISHING CAMP 


quwt ail 


ITF. II 
urulla 2< 


2914 Roaeberry 


WANTED 


Clean Car* for Caah 49 t , 

AUTO SALES fv 24311 

Pb.me RV 3 4837 y lSlTi *KS 


QUADRA 

07 Ya<e* BL 


ENSIGN MOTriRl 
v 3017 Quadra Sr. 


3 RixiM SUfTE. PRIVATE HATH, 
livsaft R.ai.i uif Gorge Lu»t«t. 
water Im-jiI arul Hr#Iru si.ne *fi'. 

-- ^ sairuii AN ;* gitrt^i!»MKii Mm Adult*. EV j lion 

■ — i.Thi , . n..m >"«*"* oaiple nr slnele pers-ma fi» 

Urge, to,* KV.’Y."G ilirf 4 pm. 3 R« a >M SELF CONTAINED H«iT 

gaa tange U4I-0-Malic bent Ligm. wain Imat adults Aiu>g v U iie X 

h.4 water etc. piuvulesi *V» and EUU.Y FURNISHED SUtTE |fc. ui .i., Slrp ,., “ 

|.XI .Dukie A Co. W3 Fort. Phone Fvervthing su|»piied Cenlrallv in- - - 

tiled EV 3*14* J_BF.PRMH LIV RM WITH OA8 

*io»e in kit Rent 
Call after 5 144 Ontario EV 5-1714 
5 heat 44'. EXrTj*33~ 3 RiaiMS AVD RATH SEPARATE 

FURNISHED ~ LARGE TW«sRisr»M yL’I?"' vv v*^’' Xr * r ltw,,n HUI - _ 

FV 4*1*3 auite tin I nfumtahed large three- " ,k r ' * LOVELY I.AHtlF. FRONT 

-A._ --- ■ ■ r>».m suite *50 1472 Fort KVI-tGK 3 ROOM SUfTE BATHROOM KIT- r "" fn * KBrhen. •*«du*' stove. 

_R*-n«iT*riMn annu f»,n.c, -J- ^ '' *‘ (1 m^th^EV 4 5473 


. LARGE. BRI4JHT IUTOLKE HPIGHT ? ROOM SI'ITF. 

tvusckociung 1-»••!»« Even thing sup gaa range frig. lig ht water amt 
plied Voter residential diairirt S' 

Id** ka edv I'eolie Reaervalaeia ae 
Mr*. IVnium. 10W Linden 


after 

2 HKIHtOOM SUITE NEW BUILD I 
mg. 4v5 m.inlti. EV 3-4487 or appi- 
Nn It G'N» Aiinill'ala 

SPACIO) S. 1RKDROOM. UPPER 
Wall-In-wall .atpeia pa i 
Had IJfinierl'a F.V 31733. 

MAY L«H*r,K IIM'HKLiilt APART 
M<*lem bbe-k Few steps I 
shoe and fog EV 3 '.WSr 


SUNSET 

AUTO PARK 

UNDER NEW MAN AO 9 MENT 

Modern cabins fullv equipped fam 
Hv cottages on beautiful Cowlchan. 
tent oamntne ground* power boats 
good fishing aw.mining for a 
hannv hcltdwy writ# Helen and Jim 
Hun*. Bos 34* Lag* Cowlchan 
Phnna J4R 


Nina and Guy Hathaway. Fortm, 
j VX ash 

SH0REWO0D MOTEL 

BREMERTON. WASHINGTON 
Rwv XI at Kborewond Drtvw Phong 


RAINBOW LODGE 

ON ALTA LAKE 

1 3 hra by P G E No 'raffle worries 
Return fare lo RAINBOW gTA r -- . 

TION 45 50 l r-urea «.»ea aeenic 
• alion *Gh gate sandv pearh ' ' ,rn ^"'el 7 , V T "TL “ 
Tmnt* court boa-a good fishing Western and AAA TV radm*. 
Rale* including ftae«t home-cooked *'eam heat, ckoe to reataurantA, 
meal' »f. 17 or 14 per dav No n*v nh service Navy yard tour 
extra* For rexervaiions. phone InfrwmaflOB. Your boat. The Wan*. 
YU 4-0354 or writ# direct acofia. 


Rremerron a 




129 


FLATS AND 
APTS. TO BINT 
UNFUBNISHID 


129 


FLATS AND 
AFTS. TO RINT 
UNFURNISHID 


129 


FLATS AND 
AFTS. TO BINT 
UNFURNISHID 


129 


FLATS AND 
AFTS. TO BINT 
UNFURNISHID 


B C. LAND RENTALS \?J* 


decorated housekeeping BEIRUTI INO ROOM EIREPLACE 
rent a «1* For! next to ‘' rh# “ n ,r, « c,ftw 


FV 4-«4g1 after * 


nsax'oivooR volkbwaoon d* 

luxe Must he m A-t condition 


RACHELOR sir 
do ora led oak R*' 
range fridge 15.’ Vi 


K NEWLY 
Ave , elect ric 
EV 3-4153 


KSQIMMALT 3 RO<iM 
elector 'stove and fudge 
enhance Phone EV 322SA 


OR •-J7J4 


NICE FRONT ROOM RIG KIT 
rhen. ground floor EV 2-4533 


LARGE RfViM ELECTRIC STOVE. 
V)*»m rinae in Quie* person Ph 
F.V 4 9717 


PACIFIC SHORES 

HAULTAIN AND EASTDOWNB 

OAK BAY 

|j»rgw. modem. 1 and 2-bedroom 

urita. Elecirr kibhen* evhauat gjg GOVERNMENT BT 
!«m Free automa’ir laundr Hr# 

TT hr> hup excellent r ere pa me. - - - 

Large storage arena OBtoWMaar y rOLLINGWOOfy apartments 


' ncr-enilyd^-orai^^leaner f|# tlM j^edroam 


ligation Reside nl manager 
M f9X UP. Ap 
Agencies IJd.. 


3 ROOM* AND BATH RANGE 
refrlgerstor. walking distance 1AC 
FV 5 9370 „ p r( ^ 

VFAR JUBIUK I OVF! v LABOS y^rra ^ rX'Tkltt 

3-room *ut*e in idndern block hour*. Mr Murray. K> > *• 
Suit buKines* |adv *70 EV 4 *074 


MODERN. 

NEW surras NOW AVAIL API r 
M^Bartenr. kIR m* Bene aw Hill aut 


I UNDER new ow ner com 

ipletel' red rs- 'rated h-sisekeen>r a 

t ELLING' SEE ARTS CAR SALES. »nd suite* hy week or month Pan 

I RXSIDE AT HARRIET dore ApaOm ent Hnfel. m Pandora ^ROTMI SUIT* SDIK AND CUP V 1EW RWYAI. SEAFRONT SELF 

HAVE 1449 DODGE >, TON PICK AVAILABLE W - * r ' Y *cnrUamed duplex 2 nv-m. and ha’h- 

up and caah for 1449 to‘ 41 ear >- ,v »nf r-wn with day bed and well- NICE 3-ROOM BUITE BHl.r-CON- t""™ «"'e *.> GR 4-3712 

K CTMW SSST S C £ ,TlK£! r '‘~~ >:«•«■'P --I...PR PI-PI.KX . 

WANTED- A LIOHT TRUCK 44-44 41 r«gf THREE ROOMS GRot’ND FLOOR; \wm« Near achonl and t>u* Ph. 

gy«r» s oa.-a u "■ """w KV, *‘ 

fir«l fhvir rnnm. Sink and cup- 3 ROOMS RATH ADULTS. NO UK MAY NT RPACOTO* NE1.F- 

4^B MOVING AND I hnord*. Nudahle for 1 «w 2 people dishea linen f** EV 3*44C. con-aincd 3-roomeC apartment. 

! ’° ,,r * r0 " gUl UXR4-.E 2-ROOM LOWER SUITE # ’ 3 ^ * 

- _ »» 443 John alter 4 30 pm 8FPT 1 OF LUKE 4 ROOM panco,a 

iSt"‘ASl° XSSTSSS V « • v w . ' .-•*«*.«..«' sr»«n. B! dxjiii 

- Adult* 211 (Rtrhec St h« M • and »a'*r -^1 range Ix-ucto* St.eel iji'ge tw-uednewn and 

' • Rnl m, < niU'wtV nVvxa TYTRFT-"OOM SUITE QlL NTPVE. •>,'-•'•mie nol <;Rk7'4S i suite cheerful bright oil range 

, _. ttR<> vND FlJ iQto ghav, bathroom *40 EV 4 03*0 --- gatage . hJdrcn «w)'*.med V.’V 

Cut Moving CettS *4 _ i .... iasmh— MI -kk wplsx 


HKLMOfrr AVE .LOWER». 

pr.,.: as: , sunny balcony 

Brir-ponia.ned 2-room b* ,,,V*! U./ f .° (m ». ant. rugger kitchen oak tied ha’B. 

elor guile ground floor 1444 , Ul ,, .> mwlfl auto laundry |97 Laige aungy haeK 

Camoaun Bt M< fs^aid Be-kOak Ra. Junnmr >»-lt_ciy44 •"* drape, ''ddog 

* c 2F n, ” fT P ’ ‘ m *“ ’ r P '* ntr •"« P V.il *** •• 

AOENCY LTD 1 HW irv .>d»d > nw-nthi rcn »i K5 P*rlk EV 4-I4BK 

4-4114 P R PlKiWN g| SONS LTD--- - -- * 

7*2 Fort Street_EV 3X434 ;« M g 4 rm* Elor ab~g 

OOROE VIEW APXRTMENT8 

Levelv 3 nedroom suite nr|«dm* 11 a* 

eier.fic stoif fridge garage TV 2liche»„? , ^pg.^» Ml . Zr,v2L 

connection 'Constating of living an* ^ *** 


tmvn and park Elect n 


hauling 


BACHELOR FI’ITF. IV> XfONTR 

KV 4 2211. p„ rlt Al ^e. have large 

r««orr. hedrcom baihronm and kit - 
TWO BUTTES ROTH 3 ROOMS ' ^ ‘ P, ‘ ,rv1 Venetian JUinda 

1173 Pnclilard aru 
ITmne FX J 7401 


1434 "re included 4*3 per nvedf 
£ Ha ne. U« EVMKfl 


Anhur 


* h Idren 8112 Hi EV 2 2d4j 

NEWLY DECORATED, 
•elf ordained mile 
heat, hot water in* luded 
wall carpet*, aub-mair 

ga* range *•*. 3231 

EV 341 Jl EV 39433 


glicher. and bath- VG i rhamherUm ' 
per month Adulia contained heated 


dinei 

1 1 w a rn, tn j 
«rly Apgh 430 Oort* Rd Wes' 
a* er 4 3* p m nr phn n » OR 4-4134 

APTS Kt*-r#ocv 
Avail* Me 


per r 
1024 


I lYwem. wmibiiib Biaianwe | 

THE HERTZ IDEA 


IMMEDIATE PQMUBiOX. LARGE p r 


Reqt. 45a. 


Aaencie* Ltd. 1135 CLan'hard 

j SCY1 TT“aPARTMEXTS riWN ENTRANCE SUITES 

large hnghi full) furniahed moms *: tg.-ratoca |3&pai V.-S* Yatcx 
Clean modem lru< k* — all fueled •" JT ‘-V|!S - ni ., u ~iTTrig:a m a'l^rrg 

and injured bv Ren,. You drive on? S gSSrn iSTl 

It br dav by wee* *r longer. ■ KV 21221 __ 1,1 < ^ ttn !_A vr 

Dome* , ramp* blanket. MCE HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS AUO 15 S-RraiM SITITH AM) 

UCDTT DCMT A PAD ,rtr ^ al Cmwiney St Half a •*»•' Fairfield I7B EV 5-174B 

HtKTZ KtNT-A-LAK Nork iw rrnf hcnthh de luxe, out 

#01 Douglas EX' 4-4431. EV 4 55H 1—8 Phone EX 5-4240 EX 5. .43 %)< ^ et ,t t>n4T Tenase PT f ttflTTt 

lURr.F FULLY FURHBHFI' 7 R nnM9 AND 


#-iiww SKAOUEST. 2 -BEDRi a >M SUfTE 
rvrSf * f-v,rM ,m KViJ—1 EV 3K.M 


Prior Bt *45 1 sui'rs 

rVlV 


4 1JXRGE ROOMS 
piev. few step*. SM 


5 < LEAN HiJiiMS HEXTED OIL j.BEDROOM UPSTAIR* 
sPrne. r« EX 4 4544 Vacant Aug | rwm | tth t and beat 


Included. 

$74 child welcome, large lava 
area, nos drinkers 1431 fern 
wood Phone EV 4-75*4 weekends 
or after 4 o m weekday* 


DE LUXE 1-BEDROOM SUITE ON 
..us ruule f> » lo imen and park 
TV ct«meeti{m. rrvwic:n warning fa- 
>... )*« ■ a p-.rt a -a lain* 8*a 3»» Ph 
KV 2 2#H 

140 SOUTH FAIRFIELD UPPER, 
new;;, dcc-f*rai#-i| J.r'mm »u ie X'a 
rani Garage included Healed 


CENTENNIAL 

an>l Cadhngn __ 

l nedP*>m auite linn and J oed 
mean Julies at 4115 in Oak Ha a 
newest inetmrnt N»»k Yv 
aerial, fringe jtcr.e etr PVoe 
Xr*a Agemics Lid 
rVVxTTl '* caretaker r.V 4 XK3 
'Suite 304 

LOITSE APARTMENTS DE LITCE 
1 hednom anar. merit Vaith • 4r 

Pandora facing Green, near new 
Medea) Art* .>uu<1tng hah noit.m 
range fr.g colored r\n<nw fix 
lurc< au'omatir washing toctidies. 
TV hookup incliided th rent of 4*5 
fhder nropl# preferred EV 07744 ■ 
EV 30WJ 


•otamed a can* Apgtv Apr 

*V« per month 

IV Wildwood Self contained 
anting r»ewti 432 per month Vaeant 
32.55 Ootglaa SI met 
piev 3 rmC ou aUe-i 

rEMRERTON MM.MEf LTD 
\mi t. vemment IUr*or EV 4 Ail# 


ri 


*•> 


*30 Fork Plsunr room 


1334 PURCEU. PLACE. 


Y0U-DRIVE TRUCKS 

Pvkiw. 
sam wr 

P'dge dnlb flatderk* and dump 

. -a— |-|||4 m — 1! 


Cm. 

«f washing machine 
127 30 EV #14X1 


\ v 


Bu* slop. 


ONE OR 3-BEDKOOM 
IRUities supfMxsi EV YX 


SUITE. 


nanei* l and 3-lun moing RICHMOND NEAR 
sans woth ramp and rear Aws | W v pleasant 


Only 


BEDROOM 
room, fridge 
EX' 4-45 *’ 


129 


»i*. I and 3-1 

light 

GR 9-103* 

KITCHEN ^ UVTNG 

AVIS REKTS ALL 

Tvne. wf pars and Trwii rANVENKFfT QUIET COMPORT 
Tvpw of Cars and Trues* | iW g Ueamvmbie. single dnuMe 

400 Deuelaa Street «V 3-1131 __ 

L. tI1 . ••^.rwex ,«C., ' STAIRS ROOM BAWR Kl^ SiTotStAIHED 1-ROOM 1AI 

C5 T iIX. aSSSUh^m nit. ••• tv mw 

Hod 4 Whi'e Moser*. ~ 

BigtoQ IV 3-0444. 


FLATS AND 
AFTS. TO BINT 
UNFUBNISHID 


D « •» *** S22t "rnrSSI* 9 * ™OH-T GROOM BtHTl 434 KILL- I - ROOM BUITE HEAT WS TXCELLKRT 2 BEDROOM UPPER 

room. 432 Ruf*rt. BV 3-8737. tide . 4*4. OR 7-3144. i SdulU. 141 M*!u«aa. IV 4-2174. 1404 Btadacoma gV 4-4731. 


OAK BAY APT . 4 LAROE RMB 

range Near •** walk.nt distance 

Jubilee Honpita) FV 3-47*0 w “ ” - _ MiCandteas R. 

Vf.r hm- S7JJ L n r e r e ™ » 

FVt.7i*I bndrwwn.. both. l« large ok*c FATRHKI.D CUiSE 

Quiet home. F.V _ ItoauflfWIy decor vied Ope child ... 

rFNTRXU DE LUXE 1 RFDRM.-* Anpfy at the rear 1425 Pei 
- -I— rnR ib MirmrM F clcc kB. i **. tiHiTvri mj^xy 

UPBCR IK PIEX 4 rooms AN;. 7- x- Mrs (»?««. _ IkS&to ,**** * 

--e EV j-ana--’J ROOMS. LIGHT STOVES IN- r-»-m Near X '^*' vr * H* 1 * PAIRFIEU3 

VERY MCI 1-RiVi.M SUITP. PW- rtudrd I D m-n-f Ran, welcome K ~ , v *»* ‘' or, EX Mill. rAm»Jia-o 

vale bufh 4B5 17*9 Quadra ,447 John EV 4 2395 i_^_ __ 

FERNWTlOO. SW.F CONTAINED 2 POOR ROOMS G.XS RANGE. OIL FJ^CTMALT. MODMI HELP CQN aate'r"''HVV m7# aIV'f* Xm 

CITY CENTRE DE LUXE OIT- GONZALES ARVx ' RED ROOM 1*7 50 Etee heated EV 3 434* J 1 ?P- ^ waiSSSTS 

jgjgyz T—.r-v)*-,-. wc GTiS-ji-iuka “ftMawrX 'Zf\m*aJZ£ m - “* “;«Si» 

3 ROOMS AND RATH CHILD BACHELOR SUTTC-- 

welcome EX’ X.*54 C«w# m EV 43V7 


»e:f-contained *W* large 

_rnom electric kitchen <*n 

_ ground floor. Fridge, atose. beat.. 

rw sria hO> water included Eacellenl 

in. ne-Art <u ., t ^,..0, ckxe to transpor- 
* ! at on Oarage ayailable 

kitchenette Murphy hed and phone Mr Maakenme 

■mg rmm. hot wnier Mat. range j. 4j4X ||] yg 

’--- NEW ONE BEDROOM BUTTIC PRF 

vate en ranee and pane 9> E«m*i- 
Becar.tn. malf Rd. /toOT ie m*a and n 
lien*. ho; LR tf4 r>IL tH# 


GROUND n/mR 1 BEfV 
rnnm »e!f contained apart¬ 
ment Agfomatle heat 
Simroosn. electric ramnet 
km beo NPwt' de. g • Ml 
Aeroa* from park Rack a# 
PaGiamenr Bunding* k 
#tm a from bant and store* 
n a month 434 Michigag 
or phone EV MSS Pair- 


Adaitt SELF-CONTAINED » ROOM t PPEH 

sst rtaLns tb 

SunnyaMe 


-»per duplex 


GAK RAY POMEBDION AIT. 11 
m awke Fridge alove og 


wua 


f 3-4TT3 


_ NFAR JUBILEE PLEASANT Y 

NEW nedrnrwn r»t»e living room large 
i kitchen with o»i a*oxe ba*rmom 
^■s 1 BlP» HiPikW Brip CEMaJ#*’ . 


3-ROOM DUPLEX #72, KV 4-MM- 


VAHOUARD APARTMENTS. IB 
Mtrhigan Spacious de turn on*, 
bed-oom suit* in neo biork all 

convenience! 145 ph gV 3-3443 


and Sunday PV I 


■ 130 FUm AND 

APTS WANTID 

chen oil range After —- 


n a anisic i tXJH T COST. 

T14KY PAY. 


IPT I 3-ROOM HEATED 
-nit# unfurnished e*W -eon'ataad. 

Prisat* entrance BaoaonaM* rani. 
SV3-MBS. 


« • / F e P * ' 




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130 FLATS AND ’ 
AFTS. WANTED 


133 HOUSES TO HINT 
unfurnished 


WANTED IMMEDIATELY. LARGE 4 ROOM HOUSE. WALKING DIS- 
fumi*hc«i bed %i*ting a>*n kitchen-. tanre to town Gh »tov*. aut<>mA- 
e't# with *4nA and M«jvr or horiirt"r t** w*ier heater and fur 

wS'# Near bu* preferably VAtrt eld •■*** .Mu. Apply Suit# 4. Leiand 

;.v '" I... > re^_ 

EV4 1 SM THKEB • BKDROOM MODERN 

1 . . *** —■-* ■ - hunnn* MT (MMu <Retrv r*« 

‘ fifing. «ki available Aug 31 Mr 

132 HOUSES TO RENT n* •*. jonr»*.»n a go Ltd !’►*«» 

fUKNISHEp t ^^ T .. roll .„ 

~ i# Metric atove frit. washing mach- 

A«,I «V><i ln ' hardwood floor* 47# iron, I 

Av * a for l tnuntta. 812$ ai,** j !0tn <<adtn Vacant Sept I. 

EUT*!!, o. « 

bungalow Fully furruahed RHn DUPLEX. SIDE BY SIDE 3 BED 
«xn Vp< 1 for 5 months. 32>J0 mom* living ’•'-mi. dining room, 
per moot h ha’hroom klt't**n electric *tnve, 

PEMBERTON. HOLMES LTD n ( |ak*v G.ri*r ADULTS Ph! 
lfl*2 Gm-ernment Street F.V 4-tTl24 £y t «u» 

DA* BAY . . ^ , ? BEDROr >M~ COTTAGE IN MET- 

!R l i rh "* 1 " • fT '" n,h "? W ,M HB,rr 



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FUTICANT 
GOUHVLl 
FINISH ALL 
THS WOK*? } 









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rxtteway 


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ISO HOUSES FOR SALE Batlg Colonist 25 

SssAf, August 9, 1959 


HARRY 
FOSTER LTD 

Oppuait# Tho Bay" 

ITS) DOUGLAS ST. EV 3 X11 

ESTATE SALE 
DWELLING 

PLUS 2 LOTS 


ISO HOUSES FOR SALE 


P. R. BROWN 


* Sons Ltd. — I 


Phone. EV5-HW 


R.C.N. 


Six 


141 MORTGAGE LOANS 14S BUSINESS 

BEDROOM^DUPLEX. COAL AND * USUALLY CAN GET YOU THE 
•e Adult* orlv Sept ! 

,*edh‘l Hoxptial. 


SBOOMED MODERN BUNGALOW. fur , 

fum>*hrd rirrtnr atove. Immediate 1 ^rer it! 


deal IB 


Fairfield. 


Ph. 


pnaaeaaion 

t VMB i_ 

MODERN COTTAGES — REAS' iN 
4 hie rate*. Trailer apace GR b 1823. 

133 HOUSES TO RENT 
UNFURNISHED 


month BN' 2 -flMS after S p n 
K49CIMALI 

EL,' 


_ _ _ . 3mf 

mortgage. T-y Dougiaa Hawker 
tV 47 Uh 917 A Fort traa. ph»n» 


bu- 

id LR. i 


Fund* available far ?*t 
in including 42.300 te 
prugrasaiv# building loom. 


>ment tt§ Grenville EV 3-7216 WE SPECIALIZE IN OlBCOUNTING 
1 BEDROOMS MODERN CLOSE *?- F*■ - "t*’!?. 

is,t fsajs^jr 1 Ap srsraiBffsarcB? 

y > ■< Ya'n LTD 213 Central Budding 

[UPPER DUPLEX NEW AND; PRIVATE^ MORTGAGE FUNDS 
• - 2 bcdraim* vacant August axa iUhle immediately Urge er 

- ~ • --- ... amail am >un»* A. Bernard A Co. 


Vlc- 


BORROW 


BONUS 


OFFORTUNITIIS 


SERVICE 

STATION 

(Plus Living Quarters) 


145 BUSINESS 
OPPORTUNITIES 


CHOICE 

APARTMENT 


ISO HOUSES FOR SALi 150 HOUSES FOR SALE ; 


Officer* mu appreciate a com¬ 
bination of country living and 
at ill be only minute* from work. 
Older type 4-rooni borne eloae In tt *1!^ 

Saanich I lira aepnrat# lot “ V '* 1 tin * x 

nans Battle lirsT i* •* on f .™ 

SETTLSD WELL SUBMIT ALU 


BOORMAN'S 


OPPORTUNITY IS REALLY 
KNOCKING HERE' S.fuated in the 
FAST EXPANDING v.uafe of Sidney 
• ■loae to the NEW FERRY WHAR4 
development There are TERRDTC 
POSRIBIUTIES for the future 
There I* a pud Irtrome here fmtn 
an eataMiahed busute** iautemertta 
available' with living quarter* to 
keep down the coat of living for 


aaaumed F<>r full detaila and an Frteo 
appittntment to view pleaae call me 
now ELMER HRYAN. EV 2 «2S3 
anytime Rea r.V 4 4T71 


ESQtlDtAl.T ~ NO RMA C CR’RT- i a Phonr B C Land tV 4-4115 . lllw „ 

JUiSpft'Sth aW^i PARTLY FURNISHED'BOISE TO Lt4 ~ rort 

heated garage, children a<<ept r-nt a t p& per month, heated. 3 

- T" te-f m '--'It- n* K.V 4.TT44 U/AhJTBIN Tft 

RINGS RD Modem tww-hedrjr) ____ „ . 142 WANTED TO 

duplex Living in-mt kitchen. He* * •** 

range, auto o«l Ava.table tww r" **J[f*l *® n 

per mo Children aiv ep»ed i “Ol P L*“ Bo * J*?-__ _ . 

gAULTAIN Modem , * un ***’ >w - 3 VRr’UiM DUPLEX UtESHLY f>EC- , _ _ _ A ^ ^ 

bedrma living r-.«i v*;th >P din ..ruled gM Three hl.--k* from r.rn kAClQTC,ACtf 

Inr mom and kitchen, garage, j prrae H- H EV 4 f>Wf' IW\\Ji\ I OnOt 

auto oH 93TO per nr**> AvalUnlt --— ....~ WITH A 

rv>« Children arrepted CI.EAN. VROTiM HOUSE. 1 MILE 

OAK BAY ST DAVID ST Tw»^ circle Iwsrmeni garage. tub* 

hedrrn Umgal.w Living p»>m dm wired frtr range GR 7-2413. 

S* SSl^'w mST* l-yir KlS «Dk1Ty SIDE^dTpCrR 2 ~BED- |i nnn buy* ^5 000 T',%. I» | 

BUTLtrViE Bungalow. conatMing • [*wr• dining -room, automatic oil month 

of 2 oedrm* living room, dining | heating EV 3-8503 _ 

area kitchen eiec *1 ova a nd « nr»r»\f — nuvr aTrvw—m wmt M-«* *>«>» W 7W Wn per month. 

fr.dge full b«mt and garage. CW '? h rv , i7~r T 1 •>tuwtewl eloae to the aea in a t..p 

luma'e MS per nv • marlh - EV - >477 _ For information c*ll Mr. Sparki fu»i particular* f«U Art Yell* at |m All auite* have utllrt> 

Coot*.* Renta! IVpt SIDE BY SIDE S^ROOM DUPLEX * ^ ^tiaT V*. PV n¥mt Y* «N“'FP«-d »,th electn. 

EER A STEPHEN^'>N LIMITED o.-nc fir« place. |3U KV 3-7NW NORTHWESTERN ffttchall EV 3 *161. re* EV } 447J ranjtP , fndges_and .ndiv.dual h"t- 

| BEDROOM DUPLEX. Emprex* Ijingiord GR > 1446 EV >«7« _ 

fS*2? v V B r . i 7 T lt !|" r *“ h6 ““ - r— — 

»wv ed I oil h«4 water he*-, full * 0 OR 71I31.__ ( __ »4 000 1 ST MORTGAGE REQUIRED PPVFNllF 

haaemei' .luvetn garage. Adult* MODERN 2-BEDRM DUPLEX N3 on rerent 4 r<uma w.'h tmaemcm. I\L VLINUL 

ShellvHime St Mn KV 3-0047 ; 3-year term. Mu a month. V< m- 

r seel lent covenant Plea-e 


$1500 DOWN 
5 BEDS 


BUYS 

We have )u*t Ibred exclusively thin I 
De luve 11 SUITE hl<v-k altua ed ml 
on# of the brat rental area* in tbei 
FAIRFIELD dutrlct. NO VACAN¬ 
CIES here due to the kuKfl and a rCMTD A I D A D V 
tenant waiting Hat All *uite* are V-.CIN I l\AL I r\ r\ IN 
acIf contained Fridge* and electric 

rat.gea Inrluded HEAVY OIL hot A good aolld family home within 
water beating. Built 4 year* ago by walking dUtance of town Full 
A reliable Victoria contractor Nett- rement b»»ement. H K P heating, 
.ng nearly 10 % on tf-nm /v\A lR DR moa ,ar,# k,,ft »* n < s,, * n 
the full price of $Oy.VA/\J 1 bedrmv up Excellent terms to 

$6600 


BYRON PRICE 


a.derad (SPECIAL NOTE Finan¬ 
cial assistance available lor a 
LIVE-WIRE experienced operator > 

IN ADDITION 

The pur (baser of (his station ha« 

FIRST CHANCE to buy a small 
heme on corner propertv (commer¬ 
cial zonedi for the LOW PRICE )ka ^ i-,, • 1B . H 

m g* a*a r^bwa't foil • A innu in• a iB iM lFK3iin9 11• *fTI (All 7*ftUltP Bp4T* 
!£. ! ?i£wn rlr bvent (4<x k Only 2 year* old and 

thl* EX cum IVE LUTING For w|u>|fd rlo## to th# 


J. H. WHITTOME 
$6000 PER YEAR 


R. F Harrl* EV 3-7134. 
eve* OR 7.:w« 
EXCLUSIVE LISTING 


FAIRFIELD 

VALUE 


1314 QUADRA STREET 

SAN JUAN 

Contemporary 
APPROX. $500 
DOWN 
PLUS LOT 

The home for ' modern*" a beau¬ 
tiful apllt-level contemporary home 
featuring 3 bedroom* with ma¬ 
hogany alidmg-donr closet* — the 
master bedroom ha* a dre**tng 
room with built In dre*.*er and a 
private entrance to the 4-piece 
hath room The home ha* a through 
hall a Urge Hein? rocm with a 
modem ft replace dining room and 
a kitchen with i*ble area Tht* 
home, with some minor 


ed at 

C. Vtnlng OR •- 3766 

255 ACRES 
BEAUTIFUL! 


Family fixed cab electric kitchen; 
3 BR spacious TV room. 4-pea 
colored bath Downstairs 3 -room, 
self coniainad »uit# with 4-pca 
bath far In-law* or revenue. HW 
oil heat A quality home Try your 

tt‘ Jg* gr $22,500 

To view call p Bcherbaum 
anytime at EV 3 M01 


Own this wonderful properly! 

Own a umall mountain’ Ow n a I 
creek! Own a 6 -room house It 
has a wonderful atable A very) 
large modern chicken house Near 
Whtttys Lagoon and Weir* 

Beach A really gorgeous piece of view af Oort* water* Just think 
property with trees and ^nature- how much more llvln* space 
land Thla la Value a i n revn ifure u in an older-tvpe horn* 
) I O Jw and still enter all modern con¬ 
venience* Your .children uncci- 


4 BEDROOMS 

a* 


Flu*. 


Price 

C. Vlnlng OR 6-3766 


OAK BAY 
NORTH 

2 Bothrooms 

2 Garages 

3 Bedrooms 


S BY S DUP 


COI.WOOD 2 hedn*»m ranch stylo . Hn ,,. irir«. rwrunn onmuii rir»j» 

home Large I.R. electric range. VjtO dM t Ml RMSHED HOt SE. ,. a u ]g r |.r.m*id Thomas al Doug 

On M heat, garage FC. *Tf Femwnod Road u< A Co . M7 A Fort St. Otv Lge LR FP elec kit dinotie 

IP1.ANDS 4 tiedr -. n* large LR n» ATF f> 4.RM UPPER niTPl EX *V 4-T 12*. (Residence. KV »**5 *pa( f 1 bodrm 4 pro bath, full 

with Iireplare nice DR. cab ktt «!* * K DUPLEX - h*mnt «dl pkg big Price was 

rhen 1 wired an ee • * - * Ar KV.I.li * - 


n-'wn* (h»M h"t wa-.r heat 17 HOt SEN AND DUPLEXES I 
N ,r * 522a__ up Rental* l nltd . 1J1C Broad 


BROWN BROS AGENCIES LTD 
UA Hlanshai <1 St kV$h771 3-ROOM BUNGALOW, 

-..— - -- kv v iu 

MONTREAL TRUST O iMPANY -- 

1111 Government Street - 

KV : -i.V._ 


W ANTED TO BORROW |S 000 EX 
cel lent aecunty Will repay M ■*» 
at 9133 per munth: interest at ICK^ 


917 0U0 now only 111606. 


5 SUITES 

ADULTS to ie ■ inpleiglv repaid In 3 year*. KumUhed Fairfield di*f netting 
EV 3-3604 *nfWme approx 92 700 Must be *"ld Pth e 

0 M FlfUTT rwi lo *° 0,1,1 ^ 

houses israa* 21 suites 


I 9® 000 wad BUY 4__ 

, __ _ morigage. 7. 3-yr term 9106 

1100 R(X‘K ST • nwUJsJ per month on brand new slde-by- 

WANTED TO RENT *• _ nw Juh i»« hommai. «miy » m 

Lge 6 * 4 % mtg ahnw.rg lge net Showlng_*4ld re um. V. 

dU« Available September l*t Rent HAVE YOU A HOUSE TO RENT’ 145 BUSINESS •*> w »" handl ' Price 


water heater* The heating i* Otl-O- 
Matte h<4 wwter Expense* are very 
low and the suite* have outside 
separate entrance*. This is an ex 
• eptiondl buy 


$45,000 


Good mortgagee or jwxvperiy may he 
considered a* part of the down 
payment Please call T Mullen 
GR 7 3662 nr EV S-ft?04 

Frank A. Martin Agencies Ltd 
1114 Blanahsrd Street. 


THRIVING 
FISH AND CHIP 
BUSINESS 


Attractive three-yeu ___ 

.... .. ^ . __ la now under c»n*tru<lk«n and you bungalow with full cement base- 

2 ! lu ?-!l «*• *« >> appointment hy ment, ^Roughpjm rumpua room 


will enjov the park accessible 
rtrht from the b*ck vard swim- 
nnc onlv 3 no feet from house. 

3 bedroii doen. 3 up. large LA 
with granite FP and DR. both 
with new oak floor* Bright 
family room Lar»e cab elec felt 
then 4 pee vanity bath, full high 
mneni basement atth new O O M 
hea tnr unit he* wlrlna drive-- 
in tarage Clear title home t<S 
p ni at »'• 93 666 

down Full price 
To see this woaderful buy call 
f-M4 M«-rwom F^lkbwbaum at EV 2-4301 aa»- 


$11,500 


nth 


b ™ « W mllllVH Oll-O-Matlc 

I B»|| R nPM Nn m FV3-24.V1 anytime The VHA wnped lot 
7 HALL. LR OFEN1NO TO- - payment* Term*. Price 


mortgage 


available. 


DR 3 l/CiS BEDROOMS KIT _ " “ .. „ , 

CHEN WITH ADEQUATE TABLE ^^ ^ 

AREA 'ROTKOAS RANGE AND P r,r * “ N ’ w **”*•» 
OARBAOE BURNER INCLUDEDi 
FULL HIGH BASEMENT WITH 
BEDROOM FURNACE AND OA-, 

i 


$16,900 


$12,500 


*-* Many Inqulrlea received for unfur 

also ^TirchM liuuie* |70 per month and 

3341 EMPIRE ST . upward* Call Hcisterman and Go.. 
I hedror.n.H 4 pc tw'h I.R large iLH Uianetmrd KV 3-4161. 

«>smt » 1T „ T ,, „, v 

g*i<ige Available n>w Rent 473 'O' October 1. unfurnished. Vkiorta 

2f. "rw 1 *-lE?. 5 ^ 00- Avf WANTED - TO RENT WTTH~OPTION 

|«|-w m,r »T.Tth-'Bo.e*k1ne Pi A^? ro0m 

2-BR bung C W' heat Wited lor <,ood dl*?rlct. E\ 4-27W. 

aJ'r« ,r lr ,U ^k Va ‘i2Sl' *u.n.h.rd WANTED TO RENT-AN UNFUR 
M M W». 1VHW EV< M» 

9*. pe cgioa Avenue. 

4-mom bung Oil Move Vacant 
|4$ n« per m «ub -Glenairlej. 4- 
niom. Aug 41 

f7.s '*) per nv-nih Cadillac St. 4- 

PEMBKrW 11 HoJ'mES I.TD 1 WrDONALD BLOCKAT 1»1 AND 
lnrrj tiovcinment Street FV 4-6t?l j ’ ^ ClaK Hay Ave Two go"d *torr* 


OPPORTUNITIES 


Roy GUI. EV 4 «n» ret 

Financial Survey Ltd. 


. EV 4 3310 


137 HALLS, STORIS, 
OFFICES. TO RENT 


BUILDING 
FOR SALE 


THE BEST 
RETURN 


rented More, can be 

Price, including property, 

$23,000 

Larry Wagner EV V3411. J H I 
Ker A Stephenson Ltd. 


RAOE NET 1656 TAXES 1104 SS 

551? $8600 

Stan Cornish, re*. EV 3-3971. 


HIGH QUADRA 

$1800 DOWN 

A TERRIFIC 
GARDEN 

A very smart aturm bungalow with 
S ATTRACT7VK ROOMS nhi* an 
EXTRA *»a*ement n*»m A full high 
basement with garage and HA heat 
♦ng You'll enp.y the aerlu«t<>n of a 
treasure garden with a variety «f 
fruit tree* and small fruit* to sutlj 

$9950 

T. 8 m:th.‘re* EV 4 - 7325 . 

$750 DOWN 


REVENUE 

CITY 


Call L. Wright OR 7-1439 


English Home 


OAK BAY 
$8950.00 


Sale doe* not Include plumbing 
fixture* furnace ur furniture 

Successful bidder shall under¬ 
take u» complete removal of 
building fmm site prlhr to 
August 2S. 1936. and to clear up 
the site. 

The Commission reserves the 

received and the highest will not 
necessarily be accepted. 


P iwer Commiaaion Box 
Victoria. 'Tel EV 3 4141' until 
12 o clock noon. PDST. Thurs¬ 
day August 13. 13V*. for one 
office building located at the 
Georgia Plant. Bara Point. Che- 

bi _ ___ 

'’ -l’ HenvaieUed and redecorated Heating _ 

WILBPEHCER PI-AUk (in .1 HW UMiuded in rent of 9KO - 

New ? hedt - m de lux.- duplex m * Bupertntandent. Oeort^a Fl*nt 

very select location. 2 twuvsi/e bed- iU and $3.1 Cormorant Street. GibkI 
r->m* living room dmmg mom brick building nanprising twufi.eo* 
and kitchen Basement with oil heat and hwsem.-nt Zoned r*»r light in- 
•r.d garage Adult* Rent IHW K «lu»trv Full rent $h« month l.ut 
J Butler pla ne F.V 3 1232. Douglas t.-nani r-aiid sublet part for revenue 
Hawke*. 917 Fort S» ^A Joh-num Street Thl* M«tr has 

-a g(e *1 tiaacment with access b> vard 

IMMEDIATE POSSESSION OF m rear Total area over 1.3MI *q 
lowci part (»f duplev 3 r»»*m* ■ 1 ft (piu nvmih 
bedt"«>m• *omr ftimlture Including p k. BR< hVN A SONS LTD 
kitchen oil range |Vi per nm < an, 79 .» Fort Street KV 3-3435 

he -een Sat and Sun weekdavs — — _ — 

after 19T*j Vm.ng St Phone McDONALD RLOCK 1»1 AND 1V»5 

EV 3 3462 j Oak Ray Avenue. Two good atores. 

-- _—■ —- v —„„„ Redecftated and remodelled. Heat 

AVAILABLE At G 1$. LARf.K ^ mg and HW included in rental of 
hedrrn home living room separate , ino mnfUh P H Rran A Son* 
dining room, kltehen wired for ele* Ltd 7*3 Foet Street. EV VS433 

trie range hath. OiJ O-Ma«lc heat - -- - — 

Included 6123 per month Frank BTORK OR OFFICfeB FOR RENT 
A Jufarim Agende* r Ltd. U14 3013 Dougla* at Apply Model 
fUanshard Street EV 3*704 Sheet Metal Work* 3016 Douglas 

UPLANDS • UFPEJl TERRACE - * -- 

Beautiful home eonrutlnt of DENTAL OFFICE IN 8 CURRAH 
living room renbra’e dining Budding Available Bept 1. Ap- 
room four bedrm* 3 bathroom* P | T 734 Yata* St 
den and tunpor h kitchen aa _ ■, 

rate Avsilaklt August DOWNTOWN OFFICE RENTAIA 

Contact Rental Dent from 113 upward* Htiiterman A 

KER A 9 TEFHEH 10 FX UMITED Co. 1121 Blanahard. EV M161 

____STORE FOR RENT SEPT 1. ON 

HAWKER AVE - OLANFORD lease St.sk and fitting* at valua- 
Modem. J-bedrm bungalow living lion. EV A2693 or KV 3 9742 
room with rr kitchen elec atov* 
ond fridge. utility room auto oil 
•116 per mo one-year leas* 1 hone 

___ WANTED TO RENT. SMALL 

KER A mPHENBON. LIMITED „ orR KV ,. 7 „ 4 

- - - v 0 DK.NTAL SUITE. CENTRAL BLDG 

DE LUXE DUPLEX. 2 TWIN KV 3I4I1 

bedrooms, living room kitchen and-- 

dming rv.ma refrigerator and stove. . ..... 

Oil heat (Iti'rln .. V .r K.- 138 MISCELLANEOUS 

cm Hill Paik Available Augu * 1 T/% 

Adult* only Rent 15$ monthly. Ac IU HEIM I 

piv Jor.e* A Scott Agencies Lid 
LV 3-1731 - 


On t *elf-«'ontalnad popular-priced •***" ^ J°L. “?3 

Rids win he received by th# Pur- apartment houa# I have Men for a SnJSuM PIT h rv 3-7M' h 

cha»ing Agent Bntlah Columbia long ""*• Her# are the lact* l0 * o# 7 ment» or ru av 3 tm. 


TRADE FULL EQUITY IN COFFEE 

- “ m ' CITY DUPLEX 


Situated 1 Wk. from school and con¬ 
venient to Mapping and tranaporta- 
tkm 1 * thw attracflvt old home on 
BEE THIS at 434S Quadia but Urge tr#^ lot Th* through h.U 
please do not diilurb tha occup- lead* !o a convenient modern rM 
ant* unduly without previous ap- riectrtc kiichen There are two bed- 
point men! room*, large living room with ftrtb 

Bel well back on Ha acre* and place spariou* uUllty on the main 
featuring extra large living room. JgJr ^ ar on.>mM'al therm«JBta4 

If. r J~e-r5.fct.r2r- Lnrr. SS. rro.tTrTc sSSTcSSTw^i .**.-5 

vwr ran 1^ purchased fuml*hed MMUn * A “ ln « Pr»r#-4Janita Bu* Rhone EV 4-3439. 
or unfurnished Large dining room Rea EV-SifTf. Tlua la 6 very fair 

and living mom K"om> kitchen The above can be purchaaed with ****■ 
with good sited pantry h*ull haae 2 % acre*. including lucrative 

ment III health remain for anting Rose Mur*ery Bmlneaa for total ___ 

SSLTT $8950 r* $27,000 MUST SELL 

Good terma available j Further information _ 

Contbc* N Krienke nr M. 

EV 3 3456 anytime. 

dining area. 4-pce — — 
bedroom* All on a through hall 
plan Hot air heat Attached gar- 

K!, pm. $8350 

exclusive . iarar^svt , sc i i s 

Brand n-w dahjhtrm l«»m “* rHIBjt rtMcljy igWjBd? lv'Ki». C *IU. Vt'm*I ** 


$27,000 

1 ---- -- .A? 1 " M r Tenant vacating on Aug 15 j4's- 

M. Duff. £ r ‘ TelU Re* ^ J Sl0S * 01 room bungalow. Large living room 

1 #. Robert Mitchell EV 3-4473. Office wlt |, fireplace big kitchen with 

EV 3-3101 dtnmg area. 4-pce bath and 3 


MOVE IN TODAY 

362$ 6HORNCL1FF 

$2750 DOWN 


ROCKLAND 


'1 me Here are the fact* 

L - Five self-contained Mine*. « 
garage* 

? Grot* income 94.W6. 

I. Net income 93300 

4 Premium location garden In#. 

5 Automatic operation. A l con¬ 
dition 

Thl* suhMantlal block seldom ha* a 
vacancy due to location, rental* and 
atmosphere. 

STL. $26,500 

Call PHIL BIMPRON. EV 3-77T6. 
anytime. 

Town and Country Home* Ltd. 


FOR SALE INDUSTRIAL INSULA- 
tion and BC. distributorship Busi¬ 
na** growing concent. Inquiries in¬ 
vited Victoria Pre**. Box 17Y3 


147 


EXCHANGE 
REAL ESTATE 


e eV 2- 


4an. 


OFFICE SPACE 


2000 SQ' 

GREENHOUSE 
5 AC, 2 HOUSES 

TAKE CAR FART PYMNT 
4 MI CIRCLE KO ROCK 
AFK1NO ..._ 421 $06 


MEARS & WHYTE 
OAK BAY REALTY LTD 

3199 OAK BAY AVE. 

3097 SHELBOHNF. 8T. 

TRADERS' CORNER 

1. YOUR EQUITY CAN BE AP 
PLIED TO ANY HOME AD 
VERTI9FD BY US. 

3 WB ALSO BUY OUTRIOHT 
FOR CASH 

Call J Me*r* or D Whyte 
EV 9-7J67 anytime 


all taste- 

i fully planned and designed for your 
itvtng pleasure and comfort Nice 
area near •< bool and church Full 


home at 1375 Rotkland Ave. Featur¬ 
ing large '2Jnl7> living room guest 

diningroom electric kitchen break- rvrcncDATiriM CAI C 

fast nook. 4 oedrooma. 4 aet* plumb- DcjrcKAT IL/N bALt 

Ing. l*Tge knotty pine rumpu* room' rvt ini CV 

with fireplace utility. QIL-O MATlC UUrLtA 

HOT WATER HEATINO double at¬ 
tached garage Panoramic view* | 

from rear patio, and anartoua gar- . , ... 

den Please do not disturb occu- 979 oer month M bajaace On# 

ota without previous appointment *utt# rented at^ MS oer meo^B- 


$1700 DOWN 


Two self-contained. S-rm luttf* # or ( k la . ^ * 

il vacant far owner, can be your* $9350 

St thl* low down payment and bal n * w hom# 
from rental income Ha* full burnt 

New wring. 3 elec range*. For 
further information on th.a'earep- 

r".. $10,300 DE luxe home rfc&zrjxr&izxst 

p!ea*e phon# O. Haney, eves Ly| - 1 Iv i l. at , vv j f1(l<ltr , p ranaaa tneluded Owner 

|M For further information pleaae rail mu , t W || €70A<T 

IN Mr Roberi Mitchell rea. EV 3 4473 >/Z4U 

A ve T Mr ART YELLS. EV 3-5005 “ ” Full FrtC# 

CADBORO BAY otflc *' * V3 - a0L r®»» H*rui#«. *vi34j». 


COFFEE BREAK! 
$490 DOWN 

MAN AND WIFE DEAL 
BKATB 30. RENT 430 
FULL PRICE 41 MO 

Ruth B. Huuhetoa. EV 4-0314. 
OR 6-35M. 

C. N MONTAGUE CO.. LTD. 


GROCERY, CONF. 

AND MEATS 

I'M nm» turnover 1556 Free from til j 
large More opposition Store l.mn 
I ft floor «pa< e Self aerve 2 can 
I operate Definitely best buy in or 

around Victoria 2 atores. 1 rented , _—-- - 

f ir fin per month plu* 3 hedrrn bung WILL TRADE THIS 4 SUITE 
'and 2 acre* Buslnes* and fixture* apa:iment large Vnx.m auite for 
9« inn, plus atork at Invoice. Rent >wner» w.th beautiful ground* 
or le^ae for etore and h«mlow »W( prkag* hd JfeUjr Va ing 
>r properly" bu*me*« and all ^Mga | S****!? 1 . *IL. SS fn ^H * 
may h* bought for 942 006 with •*. b " rn _ f 

ierm» Offers conaidered S'an v 

H>l,n*. CV..MI* I. RW> 

Ltd_-_ 

TRADE 4-BEDROOM. 18-YR-OLD 

Ivyme top shape duplex revenue 
lb -*- 


Hyland. 

FINANCIAL SURVEY LTD. 

. 

5-SUITE 

STUCCO APARTMENT 

HIGH AREA - CLOSE TO TOWN 


$7750 

1882 FORRESTER 


DRIVE BY 

I rxnn /-x • 1 On Crastview Drive, on* of Vle-i 

000 Uuamichan u,rl * i nn **‘ dutneu cio*# toi 

UUU V^GIVJI MIUI IVJI 1 irpJlMldi ooK Course and Y*cbt| 

Neat 3-bedrm white atuceo bun- flub. Lovely 3-bedroom home, large 

nalow wnh attached r*ra K e oil «»»•§ room dining area waU-ta- 

HW heal: no maps On bus route, wall carpet, dream km hen with 1 . irnre-x-iAvi 

J blks from school* and ahop* nook Full baiement with fl« OPEN FOR INSPECTION 

For detail* and appts to view. Uhed room 3-car garage Beau- akix/Tiaac 

Phone O Hanev eves KV 2 2344 tlfaUy landacaped eo i QCA ANY I IMt PAT 160 per month on balancg^»4- 

Fuli price , Jv Rv p^y^mg s|r Jeaaun nr Mr mom bun/alow. FC b«Knv»*nt drh e- 

__ W,U h * ndl * Wngl.t wNi wiTl meet v (hi there or m garage COPPER FIPINa 

H IPI FY To e “" V ‘ c,or - 1 5 r, l!l! call f,,r you. T».t* twn-ned atuceo HEAVY WIRING REAL VALUt 

L-'vJr l_C/N EV 9-3456. Res. EV 3 *674 home ha* a full tenement and 1* AND MUST BE BOLD, t AQRO 

nice location on ONLY 7JVf 


SNAP 

$1000 Down 
575 LEASIDE AVE. 


POSSIBILITY 

NINE LARGE ROOMS 
TWO BATHROOMS 
FULL BASEMENT 
NEW OIL HEAT 
NEW WIRING 
EASY CONVERSION 


choice loratton on ONLY 


HAGAR'S 

MT. TOLMIE 

3 BEDROOMS 


Term* aa low a* |1 

L Wright. GR 7-1856 
Office. EV 2-2W1 

C. Jessup. EV 2-1467 


OAK BAY 

(Lonsdowne) 


Contact R B. H7LLN EV 5 SUL 
Rea. EV 6-6611 


DID YOU 


SELL OR TRADE EQUITY FOR 
property. hungaUm nr mortgage* a 
duplex In Fairfield. No agents 
4 spacious 5-room suite* consisting n| Pa ««. KV 5 1437 

of living room • 13x19' thru hall. -2—-- - - 

dinings rooms 00x12'. kitchens and 

two bedroom* Al*o a twachelor suite 146 LISTINGS 

$33,000 cancellid 


ROOMING HOUSE 


garage*. PRICK 

C. Carpenter KV 4 0361. eve*. 
GR 7 182* 


COOK ST Five-room duplex an ,j Courtenay EV 2-7412 day: 

wired for range, eletiric water -----——e 

heater, ninety decorated. 677* 

*SQI 


wi'.twn"'area. 1 anerof Gordon 6po« least y clean Hum hiaiae. 7 Hagar 4k Bwayn# Ltd. 614 Yate* St 

nay EV 2-7912 days. lte.li »ims, 3 furnished. Excellent 


Ever hear of th# dear old lady wha 

only drove her car to church 00 

IT *7?.'*' 1 i'IXT 1 j*LjTi'./'ri 1 Drm irpn TA SI? ,t,Tn ta ,hHl •” r « , >v# bunaa- x——. w RundaV Weil, tM» isnt !he sama 

p r *!vJ3s R “V*;; ™*r n» r . ^ •*««»• - ** “ "™- 

.. ...-- ... ALLAN MUTCH .on... sw 

.. * a . r . . i Miwh Achooi ('nnMitlikB of thru on 1 fully Itndv ipn ini in S hMmnfnv. i®rg# i<»v 

EVES. EV 2-4544 I i n nth FP dmmi rn o chntco fthi^nlkal irw Spartan* outrt ntfffrwt. •rr# l.W 8* ft. 

atth Fren h doer- on to a , eaaent LR. gue«'-#iae DK modern elertric Taxes on!v 6114 Cabinet klirhfB. 

pjtm Bright modem kltrhea 3 kitchen with more than ample cup- uvmg mom l»xlJ. white Mucco. 

LjAi i r on DCX/CK.II 1C i spactou* bedrms 4-ute Pembroke hnard* «nd hmakfaM area. Twin- Power garden no step*, on bu* A 

HUMt UK KLVLNUt batlirm Lae utilltv storage and *We hedrm* rulty lined haeement home you will enjoy and ne proud 

fun see room 15*14 C 1 O A contains 14x18 rumpu* r «.m and of. on terma pru cd to aell at 

A solid, well kept home in the heart >1 Z,4jU 14x14 extra mom Oil-OMatir heat 

• f Lend* jf«( ’ to family. Prtc * iW - «,*.*«. Urje driv^mjgrage Pbtlo. ate. ' $9 950.00 

|7 %00 lOfA Ifltff fan b# ^ / 

PGr# 1 " $ 1 6(950 To view call DON MrAI.LISTER al 

EV 5-6741 “ “ 


r, 140 mksohal loans ciKrsJK,“a»V2f5Sl? 

■ua mtjiiex x^rorn lor-Northwestern becutltie* o< Vkcloru 

THE ROYAL TRUST COMPANY u< * 

few v iew at _ kv 14 126 LOANS, $50 TO $3000 

RUSTIC-TYPE SIDE BY SIDE DU- «w»‘h 30 months to rtnayi 

T hT' wTter f,,r down oaxmant* mortgate*. 

I 1 ?**- - kitchen ° wn_ tu^t water hftm# improvement to oar accum 

trM 7r T.™ Srk™“ mc'qSR 

roup!# 6T5 monthly G>rfe-Eaqui- 
malt dlatrtrt Phone EV 3 NUB 


BUSINESS BLOCK 
3 STORES 
4 SELF-CONTAINED 
3-ROOM SUITES 


living ,ir revenue l>umld n»>f Du- 
mid *ld>ng. full i>a«ement and *cp> 
DUPPLIN ROAD SOLD BY garage K"ur or five liedmnm* living 
Douglas Hawke* A Co - •'"'gn and large, iirighl ktt<hen liaih 

- ■ -— — ■ -e- - - — and toilet separate liewu'iful lawn*| 

^nd flowers with dandy vegetable! 

149 LISTINGS WANTED 

Iyy l m<M TTWn 1 *' nm d wo With reaan-iebi- mnnih'yl 

is' ment* 

Full price 


Caroen'er EV 4 0531; 

eves OH 7 1420 


$10,500 


BIDE BY-AIDE DUPLEX AVAIL 
a'le Sept J 2 bedroom* living 
room with firepiac'* modem kit 
Then and dineile Pleasant garden 
695 ltea View Si near Centra! 
Junior High KV 5 4501 


HJV-rAIRFIELD. 6 ROOMS. MOD 
ern OHO-Matic bungalow oak — 
cabinet kitchen Garage 


CONVERT A ROBBY 
INTO CASH 

3 greenhouses SU\'JJ0\ 30 x100'. 

30'\xu situated 1 49 acres >>f 

uiattti ouia. tor vacation, etc ^ %lao enrad lor 

rxi i/xi. ip p, / r / ■*. older 5-room house which includes veitmert ' _ 

PHONE EV 56774 tone nvia* room and nice working , #tn m c aQ exexex 

_ _ , _ _ __ kitchen with new cabinet and sink $4 t,CXXJ 

2018 DOUGLAS ST. « 7» **“ j;; pw i, r h.u. r * sr~. > 

|S^u*wVo.J^«*Sr«Sf (*»' 

(rop as a hobby, which 'tiuld also __, 

he a lull-time tiualneaa with larger 
profit* Her* * your chance lo (>e 
in buxines# for 4*900 down pay¬ 
ment other term* (an be arranged. 

Full puce 913.itA) t all Mr Dickie. 


BRENTWOOD 

BY THE SKA 

iisra—■ Iijlfii'*. uL94 non 6 mugh 
hur g -*t acre# tree*. 3 r,iom houa#. 
gn.«1 well, electricity and phone 
Il .V»T down 2-heoroom bungalow. 

I rear bet more people, givaa vou a Attractive stucco 2-bedroom bung* 1. 
romorehenaiv# aurvev of th# beu i.,w w th living room comb kitchen K l H h r>nh off far - ash New 

Alan I targe. A mom homos, atrate- buya Th# r#*«urcea of 51 member *nd d-ne’e 4 p( >nfh hardw"«id ” buraakwv all coo- 

gtcaUt located on » .treet interaoc-! firm* are youra to draw an. A*k fjnnra full bamt with rvD-M and BurgaK> “ ^ 


BUYING OR SELLING 
MULTIPLE LISTING 


JUBILEE AREA 


i good return cn the in- your realtor. 

Must be sold quickly j MULTIPLE LISTING BUREAU 


$7350 

Just Off 

OAK BAY AVE. 

This la th* BEST VALUE w’vi 
aeen lately . in a five-r<*>m bun¬ 
galow MOBT IDEAL HOME TOR 

Kr-- ~ 


_ am lime Nnrthwesteni 

Securities of Victoria Ltd. 


$3000 DOWN 

OAK BAY 

MUST BE SOLD 


9-REDROOM STUCCO BUNGALOW. 
Nice large living mnm wnth fire- 

K ice Family-ai/r dining room and 
chan small den. Through hall 


Seoboard Finance 

OF CANADA LTD. 


Convenient to park school <tore* iii uftOTGAGI | ftlk|C JKV 2-4312. exc* KV 3 364H - 

and bu- C S Montagu* Co. ph 1^1 MUK luAQC LUAP4) EV 44)419 Dt( kie A Co. M3 Fort Modern h«»me 


EV 4 MIA EV 3-5647 
POL WOOD 3346 OCEAN BOULE 


Immaculate 110-Acre 
Seafront Stock Farm 

f riw*r+rr>. 77 «i-# \our 
/ill 1R1R Tl > V*. U 


Lake Hill 
North Quadra 
Royal Oak 


Ar « nr , n i ■■ I., . n .it . n j veniencrs i*l"'* MOST IDEAL HOME _ 

67U60 iash nr terma Large ftva- RETIRED FOLKS This h<vm* has 
« “* • h *P^ A r bungalcw. garage large lot f*een remodelled and an KJCCKL 

prox wsnn tn C 1 0 Ann LENT JOB HAS BEEN DONE 

Handle lull Price ^ 1 A'Ol/U wt? ;T>ortp PROPERTIU LTD. Living room is very spad-xi* and the _ 

Tn view the.*# proper*ie« please call maitsi kitchen quite rvdern In design r , 

A i an McGilli' ray. rea tV 2^878 L.n^i*3a There is a baxeTTTrftl and hc 4 -«tr, r V 

: furnace The In<atia4l Is Bk e and 

, - ■ " • .quiet yet verv c|,*e to store* bus Larry Par-U EV9-4UT, 

_ _ _ . . . . _. ... Ir -t-x ele ^ing nnlv a Sh«r» distance ntfi re*. EV 2*9*0 

BOORMAN OWNER ,, - k ^ A ^ Mav ^ ,h ~ n 


been remodelled and an EXCEI. StttKun iSSsnenl Oil heal Sew*. 
«*KNT JOB HAS BEEN^ D§NK ^ LSJfmS LOT p!y ,Kn?S 
an rental bast* * ‘ 

FULL PRICE 
-Ipen 


$12,950 

H for Offer#. 


INVESTMENT CO LTD 


mile* from Victoria AVAILABLE Tti Mho know# the area. !$ veer* real 

. DOWNTOWN SPECIALTY FOOD RENT 2 or 3 ^ ear term Stock, dence in above area Ja<kC H**ig 

POLWOOP JJ46 ot KAN WJUUII- xLjr PI IV A/TIDCCJUtCKJTQ • nd delicatessen with or without equipment and furniture available, John«»on A Co Ltd.. EV 5-2671. 

y >r< fcqutmall Lagoon Wh BUY AVjKttMhN I j, catering business, very good ioca- for purchase Good pn>pnaitk>n tor r ea. GR 9-9839 

room duple* Newly dacorated C|DCT a k.i Px Cc/“FHk.irH llon ,n d turnover, a goutg eon- suitable tenant DOUGLAS GAGE ___ . . .- ■ ,, 

Range. 945 month. Key neat door FIRST AND SECOND cern. t* handle 47.066 TatER- EV 2-«M< PEMBERTON HOLMES M V CLIEHTB HATE 99.660 CA^H 

fcRry. a.*- **• * mortgages and good W'LirssA l ttr r^^r^ssrjss 

SytiUSfl-JlVliK CHATTEL MORTGAGES "CUL DE SAC SAFETY" 

“ “ SS'jrZJi"^ THW*rn. COFFEE TIME 85?®*" — 

Harbour View Road •'f*!'*' 


with 


411 FORT BT. 


to you" 

ACREAGE - VIEW ™ "^"STi «£ 

rv Mii< Charming 3-fmdmom ram h bungs 

C.T J |*4E _ . (U*lma e ..m xA t« Vs flwA. ' 


low. L-shaiied living mom with fire-! 

! place lo large dining room Electric _ 
kitchen, family mom and planter, 
of» Hardwood thmugfvxit. Base-1 
ment. oil heat Two-car carport. | 
High. uQbhatructed view; 12 minute* 
to city_ 

WTTH 9 ACRE* IU W 
9 MORE ACHEB AVAILABLE 
OWNER. GR 6-4464 


OWING TO YOU WE ARE 
, INTERESTED IN AUYlNO YOUR M"?. 
RF M. ESTA1E PAPER SECURED *V J- 
TEBIDEF tm 


COM 


ground*. 

Antalfv. 

Basecnoa 

6U5. FAIRFIELD 1 BKDROOMB. i'^''' REMfiKNTUI. OK 

cabinet kl'rben. gas range OHO- MERC1AL PK 'PERTIEs neaa net# appr iximateiy 6l4.nn. --- 

Matte healing basemen* Garage s-.mm avaii ari r mn PWaeat work with ever mrrea»ing ^ mr fniTVea^a ^3ni?T^i 

feeder , r atM Oppoait# a< hoot, atot^s V-.mt *vri frrnsn° R »m*'ne** could he doutOed wiih ^ 1 ’i Me.i 

bus *fo^at4oor September L Ph. NEW *iu>RTOAGB^* 0 ^ D * captfal Owner “V ,n * '■ 


Phone On# ef Iha BEST COFFEE SHOPS 

IN THE CITY Doing a NICE 7 BA HOUSES FOR SALE 

ru.a wm mimiiurn Vi'u STEADY BLEINESS Na night work nWUiCJ 

THII WELL-ESTABLISHED .BUM- ( >prn g v a m m | p m 

PRESE.V- 


WATER VIEW 


BRENTWfTOD. 7 ROOM HOME. 4 
feCDR' m.MS BASEMENT TWO 
ACHES SEA VIEW 912* PER 
MONTH OR WILL SELL BRENT 
WOOD PROPERTIES LTD. PHONE 
CR 1 1452__ 

OAK BAY. NfW BxB DUPLEX FOB! 

rent 3 gond-akaed bedrooms- fridge. 

and etove Pull have men' ga rare 
mi be#' Available Sept 1 Rent II23 ) 
EV 4 between 4pm and 4 pm | 

Modern vroom hom« elec 

lr*c kitchen rumpu* r.xim Otl-O-, 
Matte heating Air condift-ming 

feefeeence* 1116 City Brokerag* 
IV 4 Sm*. EV 4-53J7 


CM 

Eric charman 
COMMONS EAI. , 

CORPORATION LTD 
Suite 517 «2d View Street 

Phon# EV 9-3117 


will *eHh,a equity. Xh include* 7™ ** ^ $4250 ^ *»+?*«** 3 

valuable poverty for 939.0B) and y* r . r ^** , 2LC% t ' r.v T r.r.^r beotoom stucco bungalow muu «x 
P*«lbly take wme of this in house ri ^ TX ^ »°id Lavalv, view over Pon*#e 

_ of revenue property Exclusive ACT NOW Phone L A. Squire*. 

MORTGAGE liwibB No phtWmtoematlon For J 1 Whmome fe Co. 

- — appointment lo *ee Mr. Jone* of "M Ev 3-2346 

Jonea A Scott Ltd phono EV 3-r2» 

• rea EV5-2a8> 


handle It" 

All Inquiriee welcomed. 


IF YOU RAVE A MORTGAGE OR '"P 
AGREEMENT ON - - 


BE INDEPENDENT 
Pte« «h >p and dry gnnd* for 
Ivorated a* bu*> mtereectlnn. 
munded by other atoret No 
competition E Cubit abed 1*43 Proa- Sorry 

pern* bueinex* G^d parking - 

Apartment available Low rent Can 
be bandied for 13 nr»i caah piu* 
dork Call owner EV 2 6746 morn 


SERVICE STATION 

REPAIRS AND SERVICE 
WELL KNOWN I 
LONG ESTABLISHED' 
sotth Douglas st 

phorte tnf"rmotion Call 


parking hi arid talk 6 over wtlh Jim Rananr 
rm Can BROWN BROS AGENCIES LTD 
113S Blanahard ..St 


CDLWnoD - 9346 OCEAN BOCt.E 'LFCTiNG^**MONTHLY WANTED-LEBSRE DEALER FOB 1Y^_V, *1^, fSI J' r 

rang* Inrluded Ren' 993 n , , i-n ' "pHtuIr ^iiR PanAfa F.xpertenco not necessary. ^ hlnraLrd "tiiarl ira 'nkl'J ^ * v *-7196. D_ Hawke* A Co Very attractive Fbedrm home offer- 

WBt'SULKSl&f" ^LAIL FULL* PARTICULARS TO tact Mr I ^ JX^aTr^' Itolv'^u 2^ ’Lvl ' 

__ __ i a _____a_ _u.*k. M fVI t \ Uatle* " 


Otv* your family th* saeur- 
it* of "#«1 de aae' aafetv 
Frankly, "cut de sec" Is Just 
a dead-end meet in a 
district But for your 


MUST SELL 

3 BEDROOM HOUSE 
good In Qualiruin Be*eh 
tarn- with unobstructed 


FLASH 

MUST SELL 

of^t^T^ei on *“ ri i'r r " 
r shopping area- 
1 wnth open fire- 67.7 


LEACH AND SPARK* 

M. HAE NEAR SHELBOURNE " 
4V%-r<vimed older tnmgalow wttfe 
t»«v«-nient and furnace Separata 
garage end Mrge workshop. 61 n* 
down. Full price 69 v#i 

OVERLOOKING A FARE 
Neat white • tiding bungakrw En- 
tranee hail, living root 12 x 18. oak 
floor cabinet kitctwn 2 good bed- 
rtmmn 4 pte<e mthr-om Garage la 

w - ~iped furnace Garden 

Term* mostly win 


BU1U IRffilf. wawrw- w«w< 

Inlet Taxe* 'only »66 » w 

R!« 58950 

93 nnn down and balance at r$ a 
month. Open to o«era tor all ca*h. j 
CALL BRIC A MACFADYfN 
Northwootem Securt’ie* of Victoria 
Ltd EV 5-6741 


GORDON HEAD 
4 BEDROOMS 


Lid. 762 Fart Street EV 3 3435 


NEW 3 BEDROOM DUPLEX. OtL 
feast, atl-elerfrtc kitchen, full b«*e- 
menL garbage duapoml unit Chil¬ 
dren welcome 6UV EV 5 4928, Im 


H»W 1-BEDRooM HOUSE 875 
per month including water Aduli* 


Experience _ 

, „_ all! attend training achwil 

(.eir.nmng August in _Bom capitel 

commonwealth mortgage IT ,u, 7rJ 

CORPORATION LTD 
93) V.ew St Victoria B.C 

Telephone EV 9-5117 


DE LUXE BUNGALOW 


New I'lednxwn. fUU L 
galow mtuaied out of l 
the bus line and near 
('•insist* of large LR a 

Place oak ft.-** throughout, twin-, u.wpitai 

»t/rd large bedroom*, cab rice ki?- Jl MOSPITAl, 

rhen. o4VM heat and HI garage Remodelled 5-r-► .med bungalow on 
rreacent Thi* la an economy # 1 fti /Cft • amail lot Entrance hail, mm- 

_____| ...._view af aea "L mir 7 > $1U,6 jU bmed Ihnng-dining room 12 * gi. 

ily no matter what they New bathroom future# Cvelo* oU r M u ,, iwdem kitchen 2 hedrwma. i-pieco 

call It you wan' vour ehil- tana* in kitchen Full length To GH Han Morey Part <emen' baser -m 

dr*ti to be safe and happy rernet tn UvWe room com ole te • ^^inaion# real eota #. a-ae imug- p ipe ,j fa™.,* c.a# water heater. 
Why don t vou inveatigate with flreptare and ^ If you oan manage 66 3M gown it a- 

thl 3 oedroorr ranch-type Oarag# la raar. tQO(V] —-— r - -- worth aee.ng a 17 390 

familv home right away' It will aell for JTTV/VJ YEAR OCD VRCnv BUNGAUJW Pag. EV Vf741 or tWl364. 

luted at a buyer s price and Wli j ttta wm( tarma Private with 9-ruom sOtf-cwntamed apart- .Sortlw«w«!pm fce< untie# of Victoria 

on term* Full cement ba»* ^ Fhon# 3931 Qualtcum ment In ba«amant In quiet and Lid Ml Yatea Streot / 

ment and oil heat and all _ _ _—- Peasant Victoria West 62'ftb dr»wn • ■ -jL , • 

- 1 - r j ‘* •—--— FOI B BEDROOMS OR MMK AND 

revenue 1 year fl4d. v -1PMranteed 
conalructinn. 93 300 down or r *-d 
hu 'ding lot as part paymen' Three 

•■rime Northwestern ge- wood n,vnr* nU hot water heat Full >tl#f * pm _^ - - he^onm* dining klt cheg an d ,r ing 

,«UM. .( »«(«.. tu. J Trx-Jss.’gZ&SnSi- c ^vlJV t Se.t5 T%g»a w S£g »K 

We# r mm Win hoodie balance A heaut ful *pori «. 6-roaai bungs *^*-1 

l .he rem Mr Amo*. EV 7 8717 dooWe garage oak Owe* CL”, h 

*«« *«« » c « *V«-n m -hrjjw, Ilfi » 

DUPLEX ■ « teem* A im ru»' m'ee Ceil and down two alcps front etBrSitce; 

CIT 'iramLS * rv ,7 "*_£XU nSTL S2*w SSLm. 

Only 916 V» OAK EAT Owner EV 2-4046 

JONES A SCOTT Near Bench Dr . quiet street ChSrm- -- - - 


ment and oil heat and all ^- ptea»ani Vwtorta West 82.<Wi down 

landscaped e 1 J. 1 7ft 4 BEDROOMS, iTtOUB FAMILY *>-&i 

too ' Full price Jf I 0/ I JU la urge and require* »poce piu* - for 

and worth if nunlt'y this home is a must t» **# ■ 6 -m to »»)jam ewcem 

Call Don Harvey EV 3 - 47*1 7 room# of grarmu# living Hard JNd or call •» 6 U WalkOr f“ 

an-.- m* Northwe#.ern ge- r,von oU hot water bent Full «^cr a pm ^ 


FAIRFtKLD 


: box 516 

^EXCELLENT RETURNS 


EV 3 5463 ,ng * room **urr(> home 

to Victoria I^ei ’ kiNANcTaL SURVEY LTD | toll bpeemcnt ln 6 Prncttve dow. planfer and F_P rah ktt wtth -tee* a.v .- *«.- tSSS RaSeTiSr ^V V7VO 'uZF dm bird bedPe»m 

to Victoria Urea* ^34 ^ EV 666 » c-mdithm 9106 27 / . —. . «-.«»« baaement. drier 


MOOKRN. NEW1Y DECORATED fl • 

1 bedroom bungalow automaHc beat 93. _ 

K kge View Royal near *t m* and M OOO 

GR b-2f46 Current Rat,, ... ... w>«. wi 

Ua, « .a im nrwn ...T R» Delay* - Quick Dectsi.ma make offer* 
al^beaT »ROWN BROS AGENCIES oe*. caah 

2T a.inaSu sue no# LIMITED mortgage 

?Di«hta ,ll * W# ^ "'** 1125 B. ana hard fe. EV 94771 


MONEY TO LOAN 

We hav# the following amounts afeCtUiveae Wwttni Hornet 
available fur first mortgag# . 

11906 63.900 63 600 .CHICKEN DINNEBB - 61 

e ooo 94 250 94 906 Way Cafe comer Fat Bay Kiel 

060 610 000 way and Beacaa Ave.. leaae. IIvTi 

Current Rate* of lnterwet quariera --- - 


bedruoma 

1 ). Full ce- 

Wonderful 'icw- from td a 2- Vuurmetown me’#, cab HY OWNER. BRAND NEW J- BED arbjoi and ab?.pt».i?g. 

r ----- rr-*4 pmpert) Naat. J me** eiertrr *»ov# built in auto ro»m h owie. baaement. tree*, etc ! |. tvin g room and dauag paom hav* 

Fmm lOsulte apt block gaaflr aa l Corrtm#rciol Rpnt F<tot® «• e wyfrt' ^^TUma A<tjarrrt den Monthly payrn.* only 60 in- w aeber Hardwnod floor* thmugh- M'vk a from arhoot Lake HB1 62J66 ufce new" maple floor* Puli price 
age Steady romaia Owners auite. VeOmmefCIOI KCOI LSTOTC yindrm High. Ontmi Jimk-r High rtud.ng tkxea. t H 500 toi' Glees Ray hea'mg. Apce hath tom. #aay term* Pnr# 811 806 ^ r w A , ;h very eaay 'erma. 

or adjownag reatdenrw Ail in ex-| Revenu# RuameM or induorv f>orge Jay School Priced to Price ** 1 Fenced M fruit tree*, patio, barbe GR 9-lies Phone K VESTRt'P EV W741 and 

cettent nm*ioa Full pArtlctoar* re yri gELL OB EXCHANGE ' M>u ‘ " D»e m back No haa em ewt aepamt* ^ ^ Jiaaw M OH 4 IMT 


ondithm 6606 worth of intere.r rmok. var 

1 decoratmn Ju»t completed Gmond* heat Wonderful view from thm > \ 
wen km Excellent family koine.. 

Adjacent den Monthly poymt* 


All in ex 

Full parttcutar* rw ) TO CELL OR EXCHANGE - - t t. „ ^ ^aenrv 

rmn offteo onl> tom de M-mtigny EV 94741 any- proxtmatetv 61. W fariy_6rnganrv 
George nark or Roy ttne Northwestern Seoinnea of »» B lmor nl Kor^arrangemcnt i« 
—- - ‘ — 1 Lid view, phone EV 64014 


DEAN HEIGHTS 


3280 Whittier AW 


:h- 


BEVEHU* 


OAK BAT 


'Owner mov 
’ or hi* 5-jrr- 


ci gggg DOWN _ 

i Attractive wktu 3-roma home Haa # 'maimed HvNiK 06 furnace | tTmarT 

• rBI ■falsJSS w,,h MuMrytuh 


owner want* to’retire. **•} ««• *««k from the seafront cken. oU rang# uwlud#d One bed- k*. prxr# COOOTI 

r* m this thriving bust- * n<1 >» •• Mciaaiv* area This room. botfer##m. cement lounda- * JT/UU 

v terms or good first p##g#rty off#ra a good r#t«m on tmn. Urge lot Driveway, garng*. 

OR 1-3333 Invaamd capital Rem. are good veaatabl# garden jwn. fence* 4 n#.ie# 6» VTew 11 


*■ ^ ~ _. OAK BAT gOUTE NEAR OCEAN 

img excellent huy differed ^ aW ) mapping Living WJ tT1f 

•old "tirgntow T#v» «q n. rxrt n with fireplace, dming room. 1 ■» owner i-YEar-< 
- 1 ™ nu fiimor* -* —- ba^ utility room - 


ad cotiaaa. now roof, muat bo t 

moved View 664 Bedfent Phono Wiorlg LtmWQd 


^ Crewont Northweaurn S#runties af 


bedrooma cka# • 
acje ana emund 63 «#» 
Separata fuftai - 


YEAR-OLD NHA 3 


OAK BAY 
BEA VIEW 

OriSrtK Rd IF * 1C 
__3 me# badrooma dandy 

kitchen with temfle aea vl#w full 


OB 1-3333 
Busy Cal# for aal*. 


_ ,-™ WS ts i sac^. wva'k.aru.;:t» 

JEE--«f 695 rent free and let the income pay . tarma Hurry, call J Undal Ph i Phon# EV 67666 *w IN 6*627 

per dav Only MM down Mar# for th# bulldtag Full ptic# 996-[gV 4 6976 or EV 5-6641 Cam 
Leonard S 75# w.th lenn# For further 0 - “ 


- Frop#rtle* 1633 Quadra gt 


drive ir, garage 

toration. Full Tprvw. 

i6T*7 


EV2-67C7 CUTE I 


“pp**", “Jf >•* ™...»u™ ^ 

mipt<x ^ful hr a! Vtrtoria availab*# N* mnrtgaa# Te< g. ra the o na Hotel EV 3 5666 a» eularj Plena# e#ll W O Curtta — . .xrw si i ut ••uaiajw j nw 

68b .i. a ”. Y>r - TOW Merr^l5u*V#aIul ^ur »NUI EV 3-7776 anytime Town and IV 4 34M Mean fe Whyt# Oak __ . JS? P ?wwTS 1 rt?uS .m.n walking disfnme to rt*y Idem tors- rv4wy#7 

S dg EV 9446R eves. EV 2-66M fStSr cSi«f Country Houma Ud »*’ *"* T Ltd. LAnadown* 9-WROOM BUNO- ^ 1-4rr ^t#. on heot n» * ? * *1 & lR w 

THREE BKI>R»X)MB I PSTA.RX R» ZjSSm . ‘ ^ 0AVlD r. McAQA^'crtfMER- - - \g£Z Jt^DEMrUlI "Sc?: hoidne# aa rent D^. H.*rtte* A EV 67126 

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ISO HOUSIS FOR SAlt ISO HOUSIS FOR SAll ISO HOUSIS FOR SALE ISO HOUSIS FOR SAUI ISO MOUSES FOR SALE ISO HOUSES FOR SALE ISO HOUSES FOR SALE 180 HOUSES FOR SALE 


, WANT 

A - 

BARGAIN? 

THE ONLY REASON 

THIS EXCELLENT____ 

S-BEDROOM HOME .IS . 


CITY BROKERAGE 

1010 BLANhHARD «V 4-SOM 

Dallas Road 
Home With Suite 


Clou* 


U> Dallas Rd , with »»* 

_ this (hirnmi bung hw 

Ura» liv room, full dm room 
• both with *ea view large elec 
rabtnet kitchen. 3 bedroom - 4-pc.i 


WESTERN 

HOMES LTD. 

• 11 YATRB 8T 

OAK BAY 
3 BEDROOMS 

QUICK POSSESSION 


TOWN & 
COUNTRY 

HOMES LTD. 


Ml Pandora Avenue KV 2-7376 


Brown Bros. 

AGENCIES LIMITED . 

1129 BLANSHARO STREET 
MEMBER REAL. l.STATL HO ARC 
MEMBER MULTI H E USTLXG 
BUREAU 


You II 


RED HOT 


4 BEDROOMS 

* WAL1C1NO D.UABCr ,U TOWN 

$1500 DOWN 
BAL $60 PM 

7S PER Will bu 


FRANK A. 
MARTIN 

Agencies Ltd. 

1114 BLANSHARO STREET 


Northwestern Northwestern 


Northwestern 


SECURITIES Of VICTORIA LTD SECURITIES OT VICTORIA LTD. PBCURmBB OT VICTORIA LITE 
Ml YATES AT BROAD EV 5474J Ml YATES AT BROAD EV 54741 •*» TATW AT BROAD. IV 8-4741 


FOR SALE 
IS BECAUSE 
THE OWNER 
HAS BEEN 
TRANSFERRED 
TO OTTAWA 
HE HAS TCP SELL 


rented it IM) There ts a litli Ii ttrw.r an* .mi *•«.-. m \i,n nw 

b»»ement_ Vllh ro«l_»m , trr lurndee Re . ptj.rn *rd thru LR WITH K1 REPLACE WALL-TO- 


Flrxl time on thr market 
agiee there n eveMcnt value ... _ 

4-’.enr-otrt vding and aturco 7KKMS SI J«d D* N _ 

Tie- Vi’Uatt'et Is rxrettrnt. MO BUYS THIfe ATTRACTIVE nq« -choeli and Gore* Thu home 

tved* *t* ir* and ttarv- WHITE" S1DINO 4-PLU8 RO» >Mn ron.'Ui* of thru hail lutm room ThlS Is JuSt The Hom® 
INCLUDINO LARGE *uh fueplate dimai 1 * 


X 


START PACKING 
VACANT. 


LUXURY HOME 


Weeturing an attractive through- 
Rail plan inviting llvine room 
apactou* dtnmt room large kit¬ 
chen in knott* otr»e full hHth 
bavemer’ lee* than one year old 
or excellent lot tn a 'em district 
gk»«e to an ronvenlenre^ 


and dnve-tn garage Thu 
»poile«a home in choice location 
and a truly wonderful buy at 

ONLY $10,500 

tenth. about 82 sod downi 
For appoin'meht to view call 
Mr.« Fulton EV 4-5022 or 

EV 3-ISM weekend#. 

UNIQUE 
& 

CHARMING 


t*» 3 V living r*«*m . rlimg high W ALL CARPETS 


You Are Looking For 

Rtand- m « 4 BR 


INCLUDED 


rca 3 pod wu- _ __ 

. J VENETIAN BLIND* INSULATION 

^ ull fiat .inl«h*«i fumpui r . uatiw vimtu qtor AriF hPAC'E 

AOSJVITH STORAOf_8PArc 


r Waul 
l la all 


_ _ I TO ALL 
SERVICES 5 STEAL 


$7300 


and verv attractive Bara 
frru rd Thi* is i>ne of trv sf hard-'**- 
find Oak Rav hafgaiaa~K> < ail ..now 

$17 500 

Phone .Mi Ttv>rnt*er at EV 2-2157; 
eye' OR 9-145 , 


SEE TT HOW 
PHONE B LUDLOW 
EV T-S101 OR EV' 2-737g 


CQO^O and »pn> iiHia 1 00m- througr *ut 
t ,,'n' ^ • orkmer.-nu> Large 

l**rUy enrl,.»ed eundeck Ideal for . . . u/V A NIV A Kin 
• ■••anal Meat he 1 Contain# K MAHtHjANY AND 
rr.ent wiih la; 0 tumnu* - m e-rp.AO CiniMf^ 

and lurpiacK^ utility mum douhie v»LL/Ar\ JILMINO 
d: - in garage and aorkahop Thu 
'- located - -i.*aiimm t 


SHAWNIGAN LAKE 

"MUST SELL" 
"GOODBYE" 

Oaner leaving; for. Interior and \ 
thi* immaculate Jutle bun 
hilly r(irni«hed Ju»t bring y 
rodroomx priMma) ini.’* and move 

, rverroc Z" " T" *' , ,**‘“* 1 w0ni wUh De--- rj p-, 0n R e : Q uoa' Nice Uv 

OPEN TO Al_L OFFERS door* lr»dinn onto * „, m , 4 . net kit- ». n ur n-r rig Fjy, 

PATIO and a bea .tiful H arden bedroom with Cm ralhr—m m0l ;gaae 

^ * ;th ,uh P^' 1 * CIA. QCIA ;.e,m *t--age 1 tun new.) - • r . 

$ 4 950 v 516-oUU .. 

OVLY - ^ u Pr,, Bi,.n IV «-Sm EV 4-UJ7 • 'wl-. O-w tlnell' tun. ' , 

Tm rurrkw Pl~~ *. . " n 


EXCELLENT TERMS 
AVAILABLE 


Here we have a beautiful KNO- 
LIBH atyle bungalow nestled in 

among oak* and only a lew mtn- _ 

ute* from *o*n Thu home lend* *. 1 
to the moat gracious living 
verlualen. Two small 
and a den Dining 


DRIVE BY 

EXCLUSIVES 

1 — 

3200 

WORDSWORTH 


large bedroom ana bath- 

1 p - lair* 3 apacious nen 

i i-:„ Fuii 

ELECTRIC HOT- price a »ked 

Pleane a«k for Mr Lawson 
OR S-POOl office FV S-1711. 

LANSDOWNE 

$7490 ■..^ 

F«tdiViori Q lnThni e orea°^fc QA ' ^wlTh ScSSlSitiM "tain and 

Pull prne wiih term> $/4yU *7?,' 

Please H«k tor Mr Law.on ' 

OR S-oni: office. EV \-g771, 

GONZALES 
7 ROOMS 
2 BATHROOMS 

The up*<airs can be u*cd a* a 
private entrance 
and bathroom 


Thta heavditui home la on 1 
W-ecfhurn Ave. in Oak Bas 
and ha* been ruatom-built f<>r 
line living; «mlv the neat ma- 
tenat and workmanship has.e 
tier'- u»ed to make this ->ne 
of he better homes in Vic- 

KS* $31,500 

Please rail NORMAN HYDE, 
anytime. EV M74L 


SALSBURY WAY 
S2500 CASH 


Why pay UU*» far a new 

three-bedroom home with full 
ha sement. oil package bea’.mg 
and drive.in garage, when >•*u 

“,: T ni h L $12,600 
V"U Will he delighted with She] 
value here, bee thm toda.' with < 
MRS C BACON. EVM74I 
or EV 4-0317. 


THREE SUITES HERE 

Owners selling, as they wtsB 
a nice trip to England and 
then a smaller home Lovely 
flowers and .Oriental trees, 
mam dower* of them Niro 
InratMW. flood revenue, of 
course. Trv gS 000 drawn Please 

C ne HENRY RITTERMAN 
ful/ information EV S-gT4L 

"BARGAIN SPECIAL- 


SPACIOUS 


•V 


$20,950 


ing price of only ' 

Bcbni replacement *•<»»*. Heaw»n-1 
able down payment and lerm* ivw- 
sidered Call .1 Mann. FV $-3k57 
or ctffK e EV3-r?04 to v iewr any tune. 


► or the dl«< riminaitnf buyer $1500 DOWN 

w ho ran make good montMt 
pa- ment* we offer thta brand 
new .\HA built 3-bedroom 
SJi .MW h«»me tn the Rorkland 
aiea al a very low down pay¬ 
ment Plea*e tall AKhEL 
rETERSLN. EVyr4L 


BEAUTIFUL 
HIGH - SEA VIEW 


JOHN HEALY 

At EV S-g741 anvtim* 
n«»r*iw extern Becurtties of Victoria 
Lid. 


MONTREAL 
TRUST CO. 

fill GOVERNMENT STREET 

UPLANDS SLOPE 
EXCLUSIVE 

ffea» and trim *bi» very attrwettve 
two bedroom home in r»ak Bav Par 
tieulariy *«n»ed to'retired - r retiring 
couple LR appro* V x 15 guev. 
DR two twin bedroom*. 4 nre ba’n 
modem kitchen fully Aired , Large 
par’ haaemrnt with laundry tuiw 
excellent oil HA furnace and electric 
hot water Beautiful garden ea*y 
♦o main’# • and iaige detai hed 

garage Pr , e $14 900 

(excellent term** 1 w v 


DOUGLAS 


luding *»o\e. frig,, dmefte tulle 
chesterfield *uite taiile*. 2V T\ 
art with aerial built-;n radio an? 

*|ieaker in kn< hen. wa*hing ma 
• hire and DUtMtoW other househOM 
itmno curtain* blind* and flooi 
covet ing* Approx 1 a> re V>i \ 

ta\e*. SJ9 >'* S2g Anprox 20 Four oejiraani 


2— 

2540 ROSEBERRY 


from the lake Thu 
EV S-S7S4 »iandv, to hurry! Exclusive IWing 

.. $4950 

Fas. ’erm* if rtewred 
Norm Thornier EV 2-2157 anytime 


VALUE! 


ALSO 
OAK BAY 


Reolty Limited 

1710 Doug IAS 81 

tOpp Hudson's B*y 8tor«> 

$1000 DOWN 

E»quirtislt. 4 toav rma. modern 

sL'^sr'. $6ooo 

— M r* t lrw irv IV Mfk a i iM t m r 

HOME REVENUE 

12 i«> doin »7.i00 per month (jaLOW’ WITH LARUK LIVINf 
4H FHder home but in ex- room FAMILY KITCHEN UTIL- 

rellent condition. Oood rental |TY ROfiM WITH LAUNDRY 

CQQCA 

'rull puce 3>yyDU HKAT SITUATED iN THl. POP 

Mr. OoodneU. EV S *7*4 anyuae LAP HAULTA1.N DISTRICT U»\V 
r, ,, , w cudmicucd niFWA PAYMENT EASY TERM'* 

FULLY FURNISHED rargain CS9S0 

Owner motins ea4-t *o here is a dt * * ♦JTJU 

• onderful ooportunttv to stfn PLKA- S E C A LU ROY^Nf' GII.J.IV^RAY 
Into s lully, furniahed 4-rmi """ 

bung In tootles* condition Full! 
banement with gar»*e etc Won-1 
derful garden and the near new 
furniture include* 
from twin-bed suites, double 
auite. TV. etc. Everything 
goes 
for 

I Mr Bavne EV S-g7l4 anvtiae 


rental un 
and ha* 

»dtau!f^ r * Almost new 1-bedrm* «»l!-0-Mwt,c 

o l tucka.T .rn^ce Fo? 2 i.r.! M-a< >ou* 2 .n-drm* l>R 

i .arnac^ rot a large fa« inr? k»'* h« n P'u* *n rxreptkniai 

NHA V 11 ^ haf K l ? nimpUH -'m finiaum ^ tr. a \«i- 

bu* 00^1 and' beac h ai saa^wnii rl> '* <*n»v*"vd* and *l-ne 'irt- 
bawHi. all fui SIM10 Will p, ar<1 situated am-ni! iwtfer-ctax* 

$ 12.900 *?“ «” $ 11 400 '«« 

. "SVR • W L. 

REDUCED 

i» 7-vear-old home in lovely 
dition Living room wuh fue-j 


SEASIDE 

BUNGALOW 


4 bedroom, basement oil b 
sejwrb’P gai age modemired 
tlroughout large living sod 
dining room. Owk Ba> rime 

everything $11,500 

TED CHARTRES. EV M741. 
rea EV 5-5508. 


full baaeme .. . 

,v J tag PIT Borne equal 
a\suable Immediate " 


Call Mr 


$19,650 

p call 


Frank Marlin FV 3 or 
office EV 5-kT 


hen with dining area bath util- place 2 laige benreKim.' smart cao' 
itv all on 0>jF FLOOR B«e- eW kitchen Full ba*emeni dm 
ment and furnace 
Immediate po**e*.*ton 


3— 

1717 MIDGARD 


room* full baaeMtui tew 
NF.AT S-BEDROOM STUCCO BUN- «uint reanv to atueco Immedh- 

J.,, ,$6500 

E\' 2-727g. 


DEAN HEIGHTS 
NEW N.H A. 


WATER VIEW 
$ 12:506 $1500 DOWN 

iril mi*wet ma ! 

GONZALES 


$7950 $9100 

Call Ce. Pearce FV 5-g77l. 

Re* FV ,4-4g21 I 

PERFECTION 
FOR 

RETIRED FOLK 

Charming eo*?- S-year-otd 2-hed- 
room b^ngaln# with good living 
room *rnar cab alecirte krtchen 
Separate uaiage Nice earden 
*tore« in a «ood dlx- 


QUADRA- 
LAKE HILL 
Over 1,100 Sq. Ft. 


Tht* charmini 
N»me. situated 
Ra ha* a panoramic view 
iv» the strait* and the OUm- 
pi*» from it* 21 \15 Uvuvg 
1-CHI and 12 xlT dining n»>m 
Alw» lia* 2 nice hedmom* 
modern electru kitchen. 1 i» 
Pem».r»»ke bathroom part 
iWM-meR! oil heat and *epa 

r $19,950 

Half caah will handle 
T<> 'tew please call B'ALLY 
WOOD at EV V«741. 


FAMILY HOME 
wJ'^nTk 6 LARGE ROOMS 


$5250 


down 

F.repuew 
I nedrooma. Quiet street BN 

r:-v,. $5650 

Cal! STAN ROfYL©, 
EV S-fTtl or EV 4-1164 but. 


K-gure it out lor you 
3-lM’din) home, only 2 
a* spotlr** a* the da 
Oil heat -iak flcair* d 
Full basement 


pia- 


i: lie luxe I 
rs old and) 
l was hutH- 

e-m gatauir 

dining 


GORDON HEAD 
WATER VIEW ' 


won fireplace. dUMItg, i>«nn. 
bright kitchen. Mouse f* ctran 
and in excellent* nmditiun \ 

Family or revenue. Close to !' r ®* 
•4 b.-»l* and lily ^ q ran 
centre Fult pure iuJUU 
with SI 30U down G'a-d di* 
count for all <a«h HARRY* 
HOBSON. EV5-S74L 


HEISTERMAN 

FAMILY HOME 
~TT74 ST. DAVID 


V* best buy. an 
Pour bedroom* den. double 
plumbing. Offer* invited. 

Mr. Biaanin 

EV 3-4141 Eves. EV I t ltd 


ARE YOU A 
MODEST PERSON’ 


UNOBSTRUCTED 
PANORAMIC SEA AND 
MOUNTAIN VIEWS 


imm* 


All 


RETIRED 
COUPLE'S 
DREAM 

I stucco *-un \Nc 


'*e to bu*. 
r With 


• Fvrluaive luting'.fCali 
Pearce EV V-S77U- residence. 
FV r i*4g21 

VIEWS ? 


• hd manv othet resture* 
tin* c>n a fully larnlvaped lot in a! 
quiet area dose to at' convenience* 
fbvnei • • anxferied and mu*t 
lice mth -good 
. te m» at 

58000 Exclusive with J _M°ore BV 2-JS44 


$12,500: 


or offite. EV 5-KT04. 

LAKE HILL 

Attractive 

Ranch-Style Bungalow 
$2500 Down 

situated cm hit gi»\2!W 


One sear old executive t*pe 
JUmbti oc -n i haw- i wtte- - w»- 
tractive living imm vvith tile 
fitepia<e cyimliined wiih famdy- 
*i/ed dining are».»iw»th locking ' 
mi* a la i ge mc-v* vvlndma A 
la ge hngh* all electric cnbi 
nr’ kitchen which is any 
lau- * dream Full high ce¬ 
ment basemen* c-cunplr*e* the 
nakrs tht* a 
be pntud o 1 . 

Full price 
And view by appointment 
nnl' AKUH1K MARION. PH 
EV 5-4741 or 1^24*47. 


I Split level ] I 
diaie occupancy e i fVV\ 

with easy term* Prir«)d I ,wuw 
Dnusual and mmt attrarttvd 

2’s 


to a 


Locking lor a modeat^yome at 
a mode** pike' W# have tt. 

Rut at living with rtty cv*n- 

‘ TTKFHcSr*" TocilAd IBt a ouiel __ _ 

*t>ee' iu*t in*tde the »iak spill level four bedri 

Ra border .'u»t ideal ftv- a bath* A distmetlv* 

handyman 3 nedroorii* Near ehoira district 

shopping centre CQ7QH Pr,cf 

T"'al pi; e Ml . r ^ mor< i. will net describe the* 

*mart re*idenc»' Call fer ap 
point ment to view 

C J. Harrlngtoa 
EV 3-4141 Eve* IV J-I44B 


$38,000 


$19,000 lake frontage 


An immaculate three tcedroom home 
fnr sale A new luting in Oak Rav 
m>nh and Rv a'ed I -t block* imm 
tea near Willow* Park LR 14x21 
DB 11' <14 kitchen 10xU r u*.ng 

g«* now hut wired f«»r electric Have you tieen looking for 
range spacious hall* Three tied .Vhedrocmi tca*»-ment home Iccatcxl 

room* up with 4-pcr hath plumbing vherr your children can walk to 

at** on first floor Full high cciWng Laiwdnaxna Higti Jr High oi 

basement with Jmi*hed playroom 'ona College Thi* fine U.me i» 
and fireplace Oil furnace with being completed bv Vie of 

blower and air conditioner. Lot i* mna'. better builder* and can ^ 

detached gaiage beaut, -cir.ed ,n ^r,e week V e kMchen ' * 

(b garder and ‘ ™ «'■" •» «“ i ^ CAA » 1W kitchen 

1223 21 nr 1174 75 If local improve arranged full 

ment paid ou - Hea'mg <li> -ear |'lea«e call E J. Butler. EV 4-713* portatlon and store Can 
average- 2134 per annum An ideal eve* EV 5-132 'bought for as low a* tt OOO down 

fam- homo and a wonder'ui p ace - ■ 

&SSSJ!?S* s> 7,250 McCANDLEss realty 


Quiet alrret fealutes 3 bedrwm*. i 
{itv ing and dining room* pin* large 
cab kitchen. Full tiaaement. drive n 
ilatage. i‘i.9» tax*-* 81.* <f*7CAA 
Kargmn pr >>. .,nb / DUU 

fult Information and ap'pc*ir.t- 
to view contact But Kotpan 
anvtime at F.V2 2157 

MOVE IN TODAY 

Brand new NHA 3 bedioom*. full! 

I LT ‘ 

bar 


Th * well-kept 5-year oul stucco *-un We Ore able tO offer 
g a low includes 2 hedroom< *pa< khi* - , . , 

kitchen wuh n.nette living :<«>m you several extremely 

beautiful homes with mu» 

1 RS rnSUSS t'n»vrr,> unobstructed views in ^Ki 'WLi*Si 'SS.SJTKi' 

.sin knvt« Bu* at door and di> F wl »-U- * Onlc Rnu Inrn rooms 4-pc hsihrooni hardwood 

,1 bloc * Blrtewslk, and sewer* are 3C,C '- 1 DQ Y tOCO- n-»i» Automatic hoF-water h***! >*'h 

Down in. men' «4 750 and t50 * fionS. P I e O S e COntOCt H'-m- to school trails 


PERFECTION 


month at 


option 


w C 1 A CAA ,ut * kitchen with bar ai 

mice I ^ DUU entrance On *ewer and dead- 
1 U. 1 end street; rim* to schools trsn»- 


Full price 
Cnntsc-t Harold \Va>e KV 2-7278, 


NEW 

3-BEDROOM 
$11,800 


(IU- I- 

tfQzcA Peter Margetts, pnone Except-onai »«iue at 

^70Ju c\/ c Ozno cv/ c imi 


EV 5-2698. EV 5-8771. 

CHARMING! 

DRIVE BY 


Gcyt genus views of the sea 
California bungalow with a 
lull ha*e«rnt Rl MPUS R VI 
Keautifullv landsc apcit 0-0 M 
HOT-WATER HEATED Fully 
in*ula)ed You'll thoroughly 
ena*y the airangemrnt* of 
the* living and dining rooms 
which have the *ca view 
Full 
pn.e 


Coay bungalow with !W. front 
age on Languid Lake- Eight 
year* old. Interior artistically 
finished in a variety <*l 
natural wood- Not a lamilv 
home tad truly a delightful 
*po« for a couple. |S k« 

I candle* 

Prt«e 

See till* with DON BACON 
EV 5 4741. 


C0LW00D 
RUSTIC BUNGALOW 

Thi* home is situated on large 
i reed lor convenient ta new shop- 
ash pint centre Auraritve drtftwnnd- 
-tnr\r\ finish panelling all-elecirir klu 
5/yUU ihen and package ml heating, 
x Bi.c,\ Can he 2 or 4-bedtoom acaommo- 


d* non. 

Full 

price 


Taaet S3S. 82 #oo down. 


$9950 


$18,500 

infoi mat con and i 


Choice of two 




Call A A Cbsuvin cTru-.’ officer'. MO Fort 
EV 2-2323. eves. EV 2 5133. 

CLARKE & 
WALLACE 


Cherne KV Mill 


Besltv Ltd. 
1118 Quadra 


Member MLB 


$2500 DOWN $2500 

NKAR <»AK HAY KOKDKR 
Charming, modern 4 sear-old stucco. 

2 bedroom* F. kitchen.* living m«m 
w.th fireplace 0-«»-l 
drive-ln garage High ba*emen< 

Fine secluded garden IDEAL FOR hall with large* mirror. 
R8TIRED or WORKINC. COUPLE and DR combined 
Handv Icwaihm Hu* clone 


"1,266 SQ FT 
"MUST SELL' 
"3 BEDROOMS' 

Lovely 3-y 


n 


ivpe* of h«-me* one -n LAKE HlKi. p. !Cr d *• only 
and one MT TOI.M1E a* thi* l"*v\. fxspgcTTON BY APPOINT 
low-price Pull'basemeni.* ollhea; MINT ONLY • Please call Pe'er 
J *• - and only 82 W Margrtt** EV 5-34*8. office 


295 ST. CHARLES 

One of Viciniu’t most a'-ractive 
*pactouv 2-bedroom bungalow* 
Cto-e to ifire- bu* and water 
Hot ws'er heating, lovele ground', 
no *tep« 


GET A LOAD OF 
THIS BUY 

« 1.1,0 "OAK BAY 

rra, secluded estate” 


Beautiful, h»»m 
Consisting of 

mom laige kitchen m knotty pme 

Double car deck Lawn* and fruit 
lice* a:c all in All this the 

$12,600 ea* $9250 


DOWN 

Deiad' 


PHIL SIMPSON. 


NEW — $14,000 


old dry dash slucco 
heating, bungalow with 1 2tk» *q P fle*T 
■tea. Durold roof Comprises: thru 
smart I.R 
continental 

stvle corner fireplace tiff dtnmg -- - 

room i* «[*acjou* sunder k for out- JJSP'^rSSSSf^flaor ‘ olaB b " 
door pleasure* Kitchen hat lot* of «jJ* w f *o° r 

cu|itMumi* wired for range, also 


N.H A. 

$1900 DOWN 


le 


SEA FRONT 

DUTCH COLONIAL 


3 SPECIALS 


M- 


iiuildings 


,‘stlv e lea red and worked 
sea V iew Loc aled k jfr.llc* 
c-n Sidne y Hiway Out 
uh lovely amaller home. 


'HOME FOR TWO” 

A perlect smaller, homa for 
a couple with nearly « 
acre of attractively-land¬ 
scaped property. A coveted 
patln in tont garoe.n and 
an open pa*to boredered by 
large gold-li h pool ro* 


OAK BAY 
ESTEVAN AREA 


Compel * 


a car poo. «—r» - 'om bungalow 

lawn* and ornamental tree* clean condition with new Durotd 
P r-ir * ce.,r, ne» e inr - and new copper Plumbing, 


heal drive 


OAK BAY 


dining nook. 3 generous bedim*. 2 
with d->ui>le cloihr*. closet*. 4-pee. 

I Pembroke bathroom with 4 built-in 
vanity. Full high cemem Uwiwnt. 
tcuogaiow nearly all lined Otl-O-Matic pen- 
* " w-ph Mc-ciarv 


t bedrooms and vanity bath five 
ateps up Utility ar.-« five stej* 

down from main level of this Oil O- ® O 1 AfYO n p 

Malic • healed ready - tn - September I iVAJU 

bouse -The August one has been will 4-toom suite Main floor con meter heating with Me< lar* pa* k- 
aoid • Wrought non and mahogany **•"« * luxurious rooms and entire aged unit eiWt.,.- HW tank. * t 4i- 
wondwnik Tree shaded *undeck over PTop^f’' in superb condition LOVel' clou* rumpu* room -and get this', 
SSTrarSSr.iK *"** •»•«.»« an-. A RFti 1 l!AH SIZED BILLIARD| 

walk. enhaiTc tit. se.»,ng. \’*h 5££ !*k\r^*«i*** 2 L 

Peterson, ph-me lfrm , f v 4 

______ Hargrave Real'*-' , 


lot 

monthly. 

FULL PRICE 
Contact Harold 


me take vou for a dnve and 
how thi* delightful 14-vear-old 

home Con-; 'ing of 4 large room* 1 ac re Laige 3-hedim e.idei *i\le 
double plumbing hot water he*'- home City watei and **-wet 5 min¬ 
ing. full cement basement land- ute* from downtown, with mountain 
man on ,c, P* d tround* Just 12 mile* view 
caracr On good fr<MB C!,v cen ie on 2 8 acres lead- acre Luvelv 4 l--dim home 2 
,ion 172.50 m * do, * n ’° ■ beautiful sandy i»tl.na*m* Oil O-Main Full* »u»*e- 1 

^ 1 O iCA he n • h Panoramic view of Victoria ment Fiuit tree* I.Mlidscaped Qcne 
J) | Citv ocean and mouit'am- Pflfed «,,•# lu minuiew from nl- 

. War EV 2-7274 i': '; ) ' v UrnUh ' <1 $29 900' »»' " .mg .ml further |ui 

FV 2-1441 * n r t 7 tKulais on ea" down pa men' call 

ran be bctu.ht i.nf urnt.hed , 1 Ken Jensen. OR 4-l#73 or EV 5-1744 


Old Country ehann. D-aible 
(o’ Glam shade *rees. Shrub¬ 
bery. bulh* rnrt-wries Ijirge 
lev mg room with ma.*«i 
gramr# fireplace. Splendid 
dining room for entertaining 
a host of fuends. Modern ki' 
c»,en with dishwasher t*ar. and 
laige duni.g aiea leading ,o 
, t>a'ro. Laige den. Spacmu* 
nedrooma upstair* with seif- 
contained suit*, t'nhclievab. 
terms, like 
N H.A. Price 

Me may never be able to of- 
Ter anoiher deapriike It! See 
thjg today with DON BACON. 
EV 5-4741. 


_ Owner moving 

Revel'ioke so this properly mi H W heat 

1» going for CQOCFY Full price 

onlv )Oz JU with apprni 


NIXON now. 


Full basetnem with plumbing and 

$10,500 

43 MW ta hand!#. 

Austin. 

EV 3-4141 Eye* IV 3-3gft 


LANGFORD LOVELY 


WHITE COTTAGE 
BLOCK TO GORGE 


$17,500 


Modem 'Tharacier home ’ o| 

' post and beam ron-Tuc ,_ 

hoc double f repla.r orace A neat little 3 rorm* homernr a 
walls icatio and professionallv bachelor or c-oupte On good Kk, 
landscaped gaictcn In fact -!>-*. to bua. Oil range 
an the features- that sped Trims si 

Mi Harris EV 3 lltL 
eves. GH T-llM 


$4950 


ht«h locti ion 


VEDA PLACE 


r md terms 

V 5 - 8734 . liR MW 

SEAVIEWS 

$21,500 


CPUS AND FLl’OHKJ4PKNT LIGHT 
ING. as a lionu* A1 s<j very nice 
dark room or developing room with 
built-in stnk all set up. large work¬ 
shop with bench, roughed-in plumb¬ 
ing attached < 

Ini 85 xtiW. b#< 

r-.™-- ..0.0 : 82*7.71 less £g.0R <155«». Clear title 

room, split level home cnia,n* the ^ rr . T*' 10 * for prairies almost 


COSY 

CLEAN 

COMFORTABLE 


• Can be bought unfurnished 
would siirse*! vou contact me im¬ 
mediately Please phone • Peter 
Margetts at EV 5-2*98. office 
EV 5-8771 - 


Net 


< ul de «arIn the 


OAK BAY 
ISLE OF CAPRI 


Ten Mde Point j 
with magnificent 
aeaview from every Window 
Broom, split level h«>me <*«nla- 
most modern and desirable feat 
ures Kitc hen ha* huilt in «. E oven 
rrahnganv cuplsiards and you can 
see the shin* go past a* you do 
the dishes sunder k for entertaining 
Sunbathing dining 
See this beautiful imme moay. 

S V 4-9*37 anytime. S. Hargrave 

hy" OWNER 

BF.W 4W BOOM CITY RANCHER Upand-down self contauwd duplex 
a’ da luxe feature*, nerimetr- c«| Revenue tf«n month Low d«*wn pa-.• 
lies' On bus. sewer hlk store ment s' 84 23®. Definitely no agents | 
IS on# down FP r» son. EV 3-7211 KV 2-4470. 


ll-vrold de luxe bungalow immediate possession. Reasonable 
on higher location with beau- down payment, easy monthly pay 
- — j, j, f menta. Exclusive listing Thi* is n*d 

oili hot! to call now. L<*ok at the 
price. tern 

Only 


Full puce 81-"4*i Solidly t»uiit. small 
cottage, suitable for eldcrlv couple, 
arport. l^ind»c-a|ied Excellent garden lot with lawn*, 
k all fenced Taxe* shade tiees and flower*. Immediate 
pm*»< ■ • 

Call George Thot neloe. GR 7-27TL 


tiful ground* Features 
ing room basemt *te. HW 
hesi Impressive and dlfferen 
Come and Term* 819 50® Ivan Patrick 
BV 5-4741 re* BV 1-9443. Norih- 
WMter’n Securities Ltd 


$14,700 


Hoy Smith. EV 2 2157 any time. 



$8950 

LAKE HILL 


2 NHA 
3-BEDROOM 
$700 DOWN 


New 3-bedroom homes to choose 
from Both have ideal floor 

plan* Pull basement with *ar- 

spa.io,,* 3-vr- 4lf and oil nkge hea'mg Tegm* 

' Zr $13,450 

Call B Ludlow E\’3-5141. 

P. Simpson. E\’ 2-7274 anvtime 


It’s unbelievable! 

2-bedroom stucco 
Built bv the owner qualitv and 
gn are outstanding Quaura 
area on sewer Lae. fenced, 
landscaped lot close to everv- 
t ing. vet on a quiet street Noie 
these feat ures-20- ft LR, feature 
eplare. incur# window . The 
2t-ft csb kitchen and dminmiares 
will make work a pleasure^ Also 
2 lge bedroom* and 4-ulece Pem¬ 
broke balh An auto-agamatir 
hot-water heating system beats 
ihia homa for 840 par vr A black- Spacious 
top drive and matching separata room. 
r<rage add more to this vstue 
Annrox 82 500 
with easy term* 


ISLAND HOMES 

LTD 

MocForlane *- Pullan 

231 SIMS AVE. 
Early Possession 
LOW DOWN 
PAYMENT 
COSY, MODERN 
COTTAGE 
AT TILLICUM 


WHITTOME'S 

Established 1898 

DRIVE BY 

297 Beaumont 

See our sign on this view Roval 
stucco bungalow Comprise* beauti¬ 
ful living rm with view de luxe. 

rlec k. M-pHiate gu* »t n • ng rm jPLIT LEVEL 

2 g--od hrdims and main floor 
utility. New ml furnace, curved 
concrete driveway to separate 
gat age Spacious landsc aped M. 

Nominal down payment c*r will con¬ 
sider bung in t»cwn in trade Ju*t 
call F. Campbell. EV 2-4255 anytime 
or tt* EV 4 5572 


MVERS1TY AREA _ 
location of ihia belter than-) 
aveiage THREE HKDKtx >M 
RANCHER --'fered at the 
RIGHT PRICK Trims for a | 
quick sate Full t«»ement with 
01! heat, only a few veai*| 

$16,130 

Call K T H E L HA R V K Y 
FA* *4741 F.V 5 4.** c;h.' 

the details and agrange to see 
It nc*w. 


'living comfort 
etn stvle. 2 bedroom* Full 

KS XL $8950 

Call KTHKL HARVEY. 
EV N4741. anytime. 

SAVE, SAVE, SAVE 

3. On Taxes 

2 Home c onst nsrtmn coats. 

*. Cost of living 
4 Monthly pnv men|a 
H«w *0 do this' 

Buy thi* spanking new ? hed- 
psim home in Hie bustling 
community of Langford and ft 
an independent- BC Incme 

$7200 

Call 


OAK BAY 
GOLF CLUB 


Newer tw»* nedmun home, well 
|.> afed on quiet street Modern with ^ 
fult husement oil beating drive-m 
ga'age small lot. close *p bus and 

golf Just ' 

un market 

Mr Hamclion BV MIO. 
eves GR 7-1555 


$14,500 


WHY BUILD? 


Priced 1 


4 BEDROOMS 


with .icout '22-fnB down Cal! Y-u ran buy roia l^year^MI 

L A i,™ Y — EV4#T<i rTI 

OT *•> J % , , 1M P/WtM IfivlA «art r la 


LOOK ON OUTSIDE 


HURRY! 

Build NHA Now! 

it>>e purchaser has . CADBORO BAY! 


RcMionaibla 
chance to own and enjov 
dar.dy 2-bedroom home no 


this 


$1400 DOWN 
DOWN! 


Approved M* In Cadhoro Bav. 

k— 1,1. , __ Cathedral entrance* open stairway 

Kitchen breaklast space *ep- pU| „ >un rtr , k , wnr ||, ng nn d 

ke.,t -«r. , wkman , hl SKK OUR MODEL 
HOME TODAY GOING FAST’ 
Call R Travel*-Sniith. EV 2-4J5* 
or EV 5-4453 ires... 


ESQUIMALT 


aoutbern exposure! 
an will handle watt* Call Phil Simn'on 
Please rail Roy FV 2 7274 


new NHA three-beri _ . . . 

Quah y hum on bigh jn Q^Qr. of Parkland 


McGtllivray or Cteo. Clark. Phone rull pnr* 


IV 3-2157 anvtime 


$13,900 


Or B- Ludlow. EV 3-5141 


CN.Montogue; M |NIATURE 
BUTCHART 
GARDENS 


CO. LTD. 
1028 Blanahard at Fort 


OAK BAY 

SPLIT LEVEL 


K?f^'r nl.!,' )d J , J d l‘ n fro V> !? m !!"?P Wit YOU EVER WANT TO tlVE 
live floor plan, lge L DR comb > P. HAPP n,Y KVER ALTER IN A 
smart kit piabd for automatic J arrORY BOOK' HOM>» Th* 
upp^r heading de«< 1 ibe* the srounda to a 
and the home t» every 


BEDROOMS and ha*h 
level. OPEN STAIRWELL fraces 
hall, leads to roughed-tn rum- 
OH- >-Mgtlc. 2-CAR GARAOE 
and dbla drway. , 0 -,«a bBOROOMF 

Priced to sell at J I 0,/UU HELLED DEW. 
Ruth E. Hutcheson 
EV 4-8318 — GR % 3\34 


io 


Utre CORY LIVING ROOM 
ith ftreola. e TWO EXCELLENT 
BEDROOM? BEAUTIFUL PA- 
Nfl I.M) URN lwtice suactou* k.' 
chen. utility, oil heai S vears 
old immitU similar homes, close 
to all . onyenlei.ee*. ONLY REA 
BON FOR BALE IS HEALTH ‘ F 
OF VENDORS Term* avsi.abr 

Askm * $ 12 900 

f 5s '»«• —m, .»* 3 

•echided 0 t Victoria Ltd 


WATERFRONT 


ond Kingsmill 
3 BEDROOMS 
NHA 

$1700 DOWN 

li.spet-t this" one today <>ne »1 
the last available Call Mr Mac- 
Parlane for detatia. EV 5-7511. 

HILL TOP 
ESTATE 
4 Beautiful 
View Acres 
Close In 
View from 
Mt. Baker to 
Race Rocks 


Queenswood 

Area! 

Cnusuallv attractive 2-year-oid bun* 
featuring SEA VIEW plus TREFD 
SECLI SIGN. Mail fill ynu see the 
unusual kit (plumbed for washer 
and dryer*, the brick planter* 
• inside and nut* and the loxetv 
vanity Whronm. Tber 
here at the 


Large 5*»% sha m< 

terms and n> view 
Snjrth. EV 2-4256 


Thr* beautiful split-level bun LOOK ON INSIDE 

gslcTW IS truly appealing In 
every one You wit) thrill v*-»h 
trie pride nf ownership when 
J"U cmsider tbeia outstand¬ 
ing features: 


1. l-aige Uvifi* r,<cm. 

3. Pit lure w indows. 

3. Dr luxe kib her 

4 luirge family TV rrmm. 

5 4 grmd hedinnm< 

4. Oil-O-Mattc hea'mg 

7 3’*% NHA hinrtgat®. 

E Draibla pluynhmg 

You definitely want tn be the 
f‘*«t. to view this rare offer 
ing 

ai onlv 
full pnr 
f>>ne LEO FITTER KR. 

EV 54741. right sway. 


$15,900 


T> * n make 

nffer nn thi* three bedrnnm 
family heane It is 1 3h0 sq ft 
* f rancher designed U-r easy 
housekeeping " with *he un- 
heard-nf 5% mterest K**r fur¬ 
ther information > aM WILF 
ADAMS at LV V4741. 


Hi lest. Living ronm 19x14 witli 
| f replace, dining ronm. smart elee- 
tnr kitrhen. two large bedrooms and 
U-ne ronm fnr extra bedroom or atnf- 
age ou beat copper pipe# «v 
Tmved pa* n separata garage Tull 
price excel lent 
reaannable terma 

Mr Gaddeg EV 64141. 

Eves EV 57411 


• garage Full 

$10,500 


■EISTT.R.MAH * COMPAHT 
• Eatahllshed 1M4* 

1121 Blaatnard itrert EV 4-4148 


'WHY PAY RENT!" 

When si vn DOWN will put 
vou in tht* <oay 4- room j 

bungalow* Balin' e 140 PWK 

MONTH Full basement wuh 
H-A lurracq taawd sti Few 

$6450' 

roll S SPAVEN EV 54741. 
Evenings KV 4-7U1X 


$16,900 

igr Fnr 
Travers- 


LANGFORD 

51700 DOWN 

Only 4 rn'h# old Situated In an 
area nf all new homes Feature* 
lge living rm 2 hedrms. large de 
luxe familv kit piumt*ed for auto 
.vasher and dryer Auto heating 
Well secluded lot, 7l'x3'J5 An ideal 
home for jour growing lamil* 

S;:"* •’ $ 10,400 

Please call ELMER HKYAN, 

EV 2-4255 re« F.V 4 4771 

$5500 

FURNISHED 


'TRADE OR SELL” 

Hera U a fins older 7-room 
home with about 1 arr# of 
piooerty. fluitabla a 

family home or revenue 
from tourists Bee ludenl 
• round* with 34 various 
fruit traes Hnms l* in 
splendid condition. Would 
consider trad* for 4-room 
bungalow up-Island 
or 3 acres. 

Pull once 

Call 8 BPAVEM. BV 6-4741 

or EV 4-7413. 


DO YOU 


Have a 


$TRETCH 
VALUE$ 

OAK BAY —WILLOWS 

I SiiedroiHn large living room, else 
km hen. white siding bungalow set 
on a most heautlfully developed Ud 
just a short short distance from 
corner property that Willow* Reach Thia Ivurte has a 
'casement Esso nil furnace. 


. _ think would ■ _ _ _ 

g »*d commercial proper!* rushed p'ayroom l ael* of piumb- 
S , »ote for a service •.'*• - n- - TRi t.Y «XCEP & U QAO 
If "U "#nt to sec rr-ine.li- TH'NAI. VAWE AT 
a'ely and have immediate 
service pleaae phone me. 


Xiove id before September Dt*l Mr. 

-4T42.-- 


$13,950 


BITTER MAN. EV 6474L 


NEAR THE SEA 


! ins|iertKML 


at EV5 


EV 4 74*4 for 


LANSDOWNE SCHOOL 


patio from LR alcove 
breakf»*t n*ok in kll and man 
other fine features Pull b*mt 
with extra 3-ore bath and apace 
for rumpus or extra bedrm The 
property consist* of oyer 144 ft 
of waterfront . wuh *afe summer 
a nr borage Rroea all main rm» 
toere t* an 'unexcelled and unob- got 
atrurted MARINE VIEW looking 
mu oyer the Gulf Island* For 
waterfront property tn tht* popu¬ 
lar Ocrdon Head area the home 

$24,000 ' 

An exrluaive Mating Call R 

Poerltt EV 4-9111 IV 4 41 S3 


for 


STEWART” 
CLARK & CO. 

M4 Broughton «• Phone EV 8-2441 w 1 

PARKLIKE SETTING 
$2000 HANDLES 


THF. BUY OF THE YFAR at tht* 
. 1 n. x * lu * ANn A GENEROUS DIS- 

« irnt room 1* °« COt. TIT GIVT.N for CASH 3 tmdrms 
•ime Lge dying ; ,x,ng rm gur*'sire dining r«**m 
■ •"»* »»;s. »ue*t -*ne dining rm a ge 1, tc hew and pantrx Pari h«ke 

i patio- po«l‘ iowely 7»ndacapaiLHM*d-HOT WATER heating Omr ea'ed 
f ounds. This »* the most mag stairs to 4»h hedmr.m and sew-^ng 
n.llcent *po' in the whole of the r'«>m up‘ Large separate workshop 
DouMe garage 041 hear plus separate garage plug vvnnd*h.ed 
imbmg basement If vou 0**d well-kept garden fruit trees 
nerb splendour quietness Fully furnished including dining 

__ and the best mere of room suite. .heaferc.eld range 

view nropertt lo be had take my fndjr. etc -jxen conking utensi** 

sincere word for It and cell me - - 

thw* weekend Ttie full price for prx Y hn« 
this lovely modern home and 4 
a re* on ’he hilt overlooking 'he 


NEW, 3 BEDROOMS, 
TWO-TONE STUCCO 

Fruit bearing tree* Attractive j 
L shape living room, are 1 
Place friendly mahogany ,ab! 
kitchen, eating a'ea Full 
high basement dnve in ga¬ 
rage. oil heat Lake Hill are#, 
rlos* to school « 

I down i 
TKI) CHARTRES, 
ret. EV 8-5M. 


"$1500 CASH' # 


3 BEDROOM BPET1AL near new. 
Cottage i>pe inicgaiow close full nai^ment abu»-en nungaima Peat- 
to bea> ti and «trollu g distance uring onghi large LR - DR elee 
to 1 vc 1 k ful .3 rcedm»>m» 4 fire balh Full 

ground* of pai'cratar inteiest ba*cmeix with finished room and 
to a couple All in top con- 2-pc e plumbing Thia 1* on# of ‘ 
dnion. beautt/ully —* 

cared for. 

Excellent value 


da « 4 1*1 7AA 

$6900 -rkei at $13,700 

.... . - FINEST TERMS To view, dial Mr. 


EVM741. j,. rrt rh 


11,800 

EV 5-4741. 


'ECONOMIE" 


I r 


DIn btoneb throw from lake 


around 


breath- 


$ 22 , 000 , 


>u Itke trees and * 

*e tht* unusual and a 'rae- tor m 

me proper-r. Large LR DR 2 ,,k ng fcnd 
__ _ _ __ bedroom* kll Wtltty and *'orage only 

A a Ail ^1 rr\ I I CKIN ”' ”' m O: H-W ■, I v ' -1 , •« re, p. ■ in> 

if L IMI .# i a . .. r< :' Dr' rrr- targe ■ - Mf \| 44 r* r :»nr EV 5-!$:l 

(fokn LVeitz I A 902 HIGH FAIRFIELD ' r * rk '’ • nd p K,,d to * r ' 

An exceptlonadr seil-ma n a.ned at 

:sz ns shawnigan lake 

furnace and hat water Moderix- Auraeiivf bungalow in good loca¬ 
ted kitchen This home u In '-ton 50 frontage furnttwre “ 

.... . ... spat las* - ondliion Ask ng price eluded Term* 

1959 Designer of the Year Award for hi« achievements * m term* eonnn •' r 9' l 9'» ; * 

59000 KV 8-2441 Mrs 

3d- Rovers. EV S-2491 


wc it, me. 

aiue received. c*U*se- in! 
city location. Estate deal go hur*-v 
nn tht* nne Exclualve and will sell I 
fart. Guy MeuFei. FV 2-425I; re* i 


EV 2 TtQb 


GORGE 

EXCLUSIVE 


Famous John B'c/ls ShirlHreu 

The ahirtdresa by the John Weil*, winner of the* 


^!n deaiimmE Rportwear. is yours for the making when l * 
~ you use our Printed Pattern A902. Notice the modern 
streamline and subtle strategy in cut expertly classic 
yet with a sophisticated casualness. Notice the draw 
string waist —utterly simple to make so you will waht 
to have it in a dozen fabrics from cotton to jersey to 
•ilk. The John Weitz know-how in this pattern guides 
you in a few brief pleasant hours every stitch of the 
way. Take advantage of h>s genius. 

Printed Pattern A902 t* available in misses* sizes 
I. 10. 12, 14. 16 and 18. Size 16 requires 3*h yards 
35-inch fabric. 

Send one dollar for Printed Pattern A902 to The 
DEily Colonist, Pattern Department. 60 Front Street W„ 
Toronto. Ont. Please print plainly your name, address 
with zone, style number and size. 

Next week—Watch lot a Prominent Designer 
Pattern by Nat Kaplan. 


$10,900 


$60001 

Elliott. EV 1-9443 


Mr Luke*. OR 7-2 


KING 

REALTY 


wFILER BLDO sprien » 

Brough'on IV 3-Jill 4.,,.,. 


ESQUIMALT 


BRR 


Well-built comfnr'abl* 

cedar siduif •'unga •■«* _ 

loratbei on quiet street « Niro 
LR wrlth »tc*»e FP. .Aepara'e 
DR Rumpus ronm and extra 
plum King m bsmt Infhediate 
proaemvro Terma ta r»»fmv 

■Si S?' $13,700 

For app* to nr* C A. 

Boat. e*aa. GR 4-JAR 


ROYAL OAK 
DREAM HOUSE 

(V'wuvg *«r retired wn»l Ime thia. 

1 A"r»ctive mahogary pane’ted .lir-nf 
rrw.m si"' fireplace sjr.af abmet 
kitchen with utitdy off. 2 totrwm*. 
4-nre bath- 0-0M hewt Carpcrt 
Ground* all lands* aned and kisriy 
garden at rear t nebatrursed view. 
Onlv 8 year*., Tht* ynq afcmjld see. 


DE LUXE SUiXE 
FOR SALE 

Open Seo Views 
Beach Drive 


8 deltthttul roe 
de luxe kitchen 
oe« lined to give oleasure relax 
tnr living without gardening 
hearing and maintenance w*rrte« 
Tht* luxur* soanmen* with auto¬ 
matic elevvo- .f- r ar 

;n'orma' - »»-*• 

••a! Mr. C F. 
an v time 


VRilOM BUNGALOW. Tvm bed - ' 
ronn.-a Large lr*mg room with 
'•reptme Dining room Modern 
ran eic ku chen 'New Hec 
i»nge r -< iuriagt Full tia*ement 
Automatic oil hot water bea* 
Extra r«»,m rt-urfhed in , mold he * 
rumpus CPwe to ou* grhnoi* 

$12,950 

Less than V nrw •« handle L>eta :*' 
Ev:a5 : 

J. H. WH1TTOM* * CO. LTD \ 
1314 Broad Street 
EN 2-42S5 anvtima 
Member Multiple Liattna Sure# 


There rome* a time in evei 
man a lite when one i# asked' 
to Jump in the jakt Tbi* 

nreaent* a problem beca »e WATERFRONT 

too often th# lake u ae far t w 

awav Onro »ia t n DON 
BATOW ha* rome up with 
the answer Here is # brand 
n»w 4-rnom bungalow w,th 
nil floer lurnare Just a few 
slept from acr* w tn Oler 
Leke Move m tomorrow and 
go fr*hmg end swimming, 
no* jus*, once in a while - 
but EVERY DAT! Now u 
the time ta taxe that lump 
~-from tenant ta th# proud 
awner of yatir awn home 
Bee this today with DON 
BACON EV 8-4741 


EV 5-4741 nr EV 574441 

FAIRFIELD 

»u want a home in Fairfield, 
id wiih few *tep«* Large t»w- 
.. . ~, . . ing rm bright heauuful krtchen. 

ttondv 2 iiedr«)r>m home. large dm ng n»>m. two ftn# 

.I\,ng mom tn epiai r r.s, . fcfjrr l(lr e >-th 

Ana* bed garoge a**d furngre room, 
automatic nil Excellent 
SELLING AT 
<t*R NEAR OFFER* 

Dux! Mr Stretch at ^BV 54741 
KV 57421 


In* kftf-ha 
room Full cement Via*ement. 
fu»nace 2 kit* frud treew. 
Ct***e in. Low down pa > ment 

Ca: DORIS ADAMS 

EV 5474L 


$11,900 


Not mn do 

on ’he market ho* here 1 * a 
heautifUJ bom# wtth a knely 
aettin* tha* could . he > 0 «> 
waterfront dream tome for 
. nr.;> E*> d'-'VTx Has powder 
room nrfa|rfa*t nrs*k beau’: 
ful *arge view window* 8 
lovely uedronrrt" Plea*# phone 
me for - 

T r • I'tac# W'iil , rraiti * »e 
quickly. H. BiTTLR.MAN 
EV 54741. 


JUBILEE 

1-arge 5rm nun*a»ow elder coq. 

hast the** «'ruction of the fitwegi matenqlg 
here t* a I -'in« room t* 13x34 heevtiful aton 
*r»r fireplace arge Irdrhen rang* 
i cr (uded origin sewing room or 
thtrd bedroom Full hlfr basement 
drive-m garage Lea* than 1 block 
Jubilee Hospital $9000 


NEW AND SPOTLESS 


: TWO LOTS 


Ft m« Baptot, MOBi 

re ranee halt, nxmg room 
dining room, large bright elec 


Iking di»ianrc 
hall 
gn.- In 
t wo family-s 
ha rd w 00 


This is ideal fro retired folk# 

Two bedrxevm*. g*«*d *.ae !iv- 
Irg room with dining area. 


ELNENT VALUE AT 
MOVE I' RIGHT AWAY Droi Mr. 
S'retch at EV 54741 or »V I TIM tnr 

details._ 

GLEN LAKE AREA 

NFW STUCCO BUNGALOW nf finest 
miMfrurlion Glen l^ike area Xe* 
r a> 1421 Jenkins Rd Just off Jack- 
Hr. Rd running from Snnkr Rd tq 
Lang*"rd If you see this one you 

$7800 


EV 5 7424 f*r nv-re detait*. 


Putts a .#' EV 8-7211 


MUST BE SOLD 

4 Ronn* Ijv.ng room d.rung room 

Full Price $11,300 K^risSi.i.'SSSr* 

"Sirs $4839 


.xtowr p- - — 

BERT DAYKfS 
GR 1-1211 EV 5 

•Oft DON Rt'LME LTD. 

Roval Oak Branrn 


CALL ERIC A MACFADYEN 
j Northwestern securing* at Victoria 
I Lid F.V547C 


2 ACS 
- 12.444 


NHA LOANS 
CHOICE SITES 
QUALITY HOMES 
Patterson Construction 

ST 3 2431; Bea . BY 4-T4B4 


throughout full b 
ptjed Jornar e dr ' _ 

L-TtT. $12,500 

Cktt BILL KENNEDY, phmt 
TX 54741. 

4-ROOM COTTAGE 
ON 1 4 ACRES 

Mere ta a knety lktle home 
which Joggly may ne rolled 
a ' Drgambnuee rot targe 
grounds Arsourtei* mbd*ro 
Oniv 1* mii#a from etty centre, 
wdfb good road fro com¬ 
muter* Immaculate!* clean. 
Wall to * ag il carpet >a L»/n* 
room Good read- water 
auppt Garage and extra 

J5E*U $8600 

wv*b Cto down Phone 

BARRY BOMOII. EV 5474i. 


tv rne la roil l»"~ r 1Y>W PRICE OF 

»ant# sma —• ■ PW tTMf Bwkk #' »V 5CT41 
r i*-aa tn t«iw-n with <me kmaii 
im B*hat have 

T«U Aaa.r 

5KRH;HT Ev'lMffll^'anytime. SELL YQUR HOME OR 
BUSINESS PROPERTY? 
FRIENDLY' NEIGHBORS ™ rs r>UL ^ritc h at 

rtMLlYLtUI IxtiOnDvl'J E\ 1-4741 NORTHWpTBMk BB* 


SATip 57950 DO YOU WANT TO 


PROUD OF THEIR 
HOMES 

Ah of Which are new No* 
ton /ar out either nut still 
fr-.jh-, ng *ne -:a#n frevhrei# 
of suburban :tying Tht* 4* a 
2 bedroom home .« excellent 
rondithm Comfrotante itvjag 
room with nock fireplace 


8-4741 NORTMWBBTB** S 

rittee or vrrrrfciA ltd. 

OAKLANDS 

IMMEDUTE PnasCSSON 
You nans# your dmro paymeag. 
Three rod roc ftg) na semen* fig 
— roge Email W GorJl nei gh borhood 


KTwiiT i ton to gcrpigfr CjtifA* at A A ^ A 

tors* <•**•« 4iro k -cher $ ] ] ,800 

CM>M nea. oa fully land T# G^TTv IwmZELZ 


Ca WILL ADAMB 
BV 8-4741 aaruma. 


Grae* EV 4^V*aSyume 
TAYLOR BPTTTALALTT3 BY 5*341 
















































































































ISO HOUSES FOR SALE ISO HOUSES FOR SALE 


Oak Bay Realty 

FOR OAK KAY MOM K.3 

JUST LISTED 
OAK BAY HOME 
TWO LOTS 

V**rv well kept older h«me Living 
r>*>m. dining mum. en»ran»e hull 
Own > bedrma and h*ihr<**n up 
Laund'v room off kit/hen Full 
basement 0*1 stoker Writ¬ 
s’ eked par den Separa’e parade 
E7'i30 down l$a per month Tax* a 

$5 $9950 

P lease rail B J invertun. 

EV $-7707 an vim* 

CHOICE SEAFRONT 
4 BEDROOMS __ 

Situated n*» the tieat pari nf Ten 
Mile Point giving privacy and 
pr< section from odd wind* Ar* 

Rroxtma*el> 3 Slh acre of v*HI land _ 

r^a**.^. ZTTZl rSr home on 'ran***, 

with tun de»k -df dining room Cl ,lon nrmr * r *'"° 1 * f h 

hedr.*ima and r*ihn*«m. both up jmm*cul*te ground* and 
ala'ft and ,*i the mam .*.# Full ry " 1P ' w ' n ‘'■EH balarv ■ 
ha«emen’ with extra t ilet l> If* nnor h . (QrAA 

MIA he*! ng Taxes en^ rnn Full pr «-e 3/JwU 

|.-*7 full prwe >Z/,0UU Lorry Wagner. CVS Mil 
For further detail* mil B J. I 
Lever* in EV PTWf anytime. 1 


KER 

& 

STEPHENSON 

LTD. 

EV 5-3411 Day or Night 
MAIN OFFICE 

•09 GOVERN MINT rTREKT 

LOW DOWN 
PAYMENT 

^ IS THK TIME 

TO STOP 


THERE OUGHTA BE A LAW 


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2191 ALLENBY 
LANSDOWNE SLOPE 

hy thia attractive modern 


$1700 DOWN 

Check These 
Features! 


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150 HOUSES FOt SALE HOUSES FOI SALE OTnlnnist 27 

SwnHvy, Aafuit 9, 19J9 


$1500 DOWN FINANCIAL no itousis for sali 

OAK BAY - SURVEY LTD _ _ 

«-«« FRASER 

N. OAK BAY BISCOE 


BORDER 


1H4 OOVT. KT 


New 3 bedroom ranrhrr. tarot Pi In 
t * desirable area anvmg<y ".•■t r -w 
bony* ,\ HA mortgage »*«' rviwr 

.. $14,200 

C*U Bd Corbett at CV 5-9701 
i.o view an> time 


$1500 DOWN 

HIGH AND 
LANDSCAPED 


J-yr old K-raa aiurea MMk« PANDORA AVK.NLK. KV S K4l 
1 bedrma 2 bathroom- l**elv Dnve In Customer Park.ng 
Lying rm and din rm lull ba##* 
meat all heat.na and double aer¬ 
ate Lovely lot m gutot location j AkirrAnr\ 
near arhoola and ahopmng Too l-AINOrul\U 
vatu# 


• l _ 


Anderson. rea 


Top 1 

$16,950 

CV 3-1917 


NEW—$1,900 DOWN 

Move ui'n this apJtrhimg Sbedrmi 
N HA hung run* Living rm wi’h 
One tear old 4 bedroom home In FP dining area eab kit oak thaw* 
the annular Shel'.vurne area knot tv throughout full high haaemem aut.. 
pint- kitchen and man.' extra* oil heat 100 amp eervtce Dl jprace 

$15,600 ‘ 


■ D! (Jtr 
a (I'flril 

$13 450 

Ual Mm V Roberta *V$x7tl or Ku, L rr,'TX $-'ll*5 
EV J IM* to tie* T W (.Udmoa re* T.\ Vll« 


DUPLEX 

TRADE 


SIDE-BY-SIDE DUPLEX 


home living room ha* wn4w™ t'»| 

»*<k and front Uai kltittm dn »-!^^5 
lnz room S hedro-mu mam fl-e > bedrnnm* on main flaoa^and ope 
e\tia nedronm and paM*l|> r,i. : ‘n n*»ement aHh ,»tra nlumbir- 
tahed rampue room in Pln;»hed rerreiTTon r.m-n 

fkl rVMa'H- heat.n* Thi* home flrenlar* Ho- aa-er a i’o-oiI he*' 

ha k* on part (an 'e handled f-»t nn *eaer 
r *•> dm»n and 1171 per mm'r • r ' 1 
'n, ipal and intere»t tmly A*k " r ” 


•urn 

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$16,800 


rr-rrfcTt'in 
Jim aater 

laree lo* »tth «xrdrn 
fn.lt tre** Tummrr hnii'* 
inrluded and *enarat* carat*. Pull 
pric« 


ISO HOUSES FOR SALE 150 HOUSES FOR SALE ISO HOUSES FOR SALE ISO HOUSES FOR SALE 

RITHET 


F.ACH S.l>K HAS 4 KMS AND 
! I’KMHROKK RATH PU S PI’LL 
RASKMKNT WITH H(»T WATER 
HHATING UNITS An exceptional 
S ' r old \HA dut.lex 3 bedroom and •PP , >r , unrv to a<-*ilre a aide-to 
nneSedronm Mrte* High «*i|n a « ur ‘ 1 11 * ITTLITI 

tie** WUl 'rade for a near T : 'e *‘»*bl# price of $12 800 

N me flft.«W 0 or 111 non wnh* mb ^ I 

|' u j! eon CnrN ■ G*aid term* avdtlaMe Owner will 

prir« atmept *mail rottate a* dm*n p*' 

_ , .. „ _ . _ » ment. To view make appointment 

Dial Mr*. V Robert* EV M701. for A r Seeher. EV 4 TW 6 . Re* 
full informal km. CVK^TS. 


$10,300 


Plea*# do not diaturh nwnet* hu» .. 

rrmtaci R J Letert-m. EV S-TTOT Tnu 11 h*va to art^ aukklr on this 
J MicKtr at rvS7411 anvume 


TAYLOR 

SPITTAL 

171 Fort S' • eel .. EV 4 UM 

Safe Ik i • * ka<* H 'h 

SAFECO 


F. N. Cabeldu NEWSTEAD 


SPECIAL 


HELMCKEN-BURNSIDE 


TOP QUALITY 
HOME i 


Irz 


NHA 


3-BEDRM BUNGALOW 
$1900 DP 
MP $72 50 
RIGHT UP TO THE 
MINUTE 


WHO SAID 
THERE WAS 
NO NHA 
MONEY? 


Consolidated 
LTD. 

K«t 1473 Tut FORT ST. 

COUNTRY STYLE (l , nint 

A 1 '"”11 taat mi 


NEAR THE COLLEGE 


t.ied .n. me n a 

tv lamia* sped I 4 WHh fi«h p)„d 
t ,*k* The * i* « through, hail, 
ink room witRr 'flreplare «'e 

Ai'' 'm m with bre.tx- 


RFALTY LTD. 

I Fort *:•* FV 3-1117 

GORDON HEAD 
4634 Vontreiyht Lane 


A'tra* 'ive 4 , rm hungaluw 'approx 
t**d r***™ aturrn hungalnw nn nira j., >w% Ql g, Li'ing rm with open 
Hard•»nnd flmv-* and mi r.rai firenia,* i-ahtiiet ele*-tr»r kitchen. 
Attached ent-a»* i* 4 ' *i*ciou« h*dro**m» Pembroke 

na! detail* fr>»m Mr tmthrm and trtiim rm and neparate 


lot 


Hall. EV M7f»l. 


CV- 


Valley 

<*al a*>tl 


V-d dri'e <•(( Artiutu* R,w»i. Nu r- 
1 y redeem aied and ammu-t g.nd 
, home* and tree* a rule buncalo* 
r*.an rud t*aement wi.ti firepla*e Mrt'irn l.li .,it hi'* urn and 
for runuui room Altaihra gar*** 

S2*. $15,500 

ill H W Ble-’kin 


Spaomi*. anhdi> huilt and charm 
il thi* bnm* all* on a verx 
|mrl\ inndataped tn» within 
hit all nf the *ea in ’he Willnw* 
area Living rum dining room. 

Min »»aim . ladrnni* and <ten 
Hardwmd ft nr* thru hall dmible 
ga> age 3 fireplace* Full Iwae 

ment aotnme* < ml h"» water heat ; u , ... , u’Fl I THKI 

The«e and "»her m«»»i atln»» 1 lve Mill Mr. Volitnto GR 7 1317 y n ,. 

feo'ure* mok* thia an exrellent 1 MENT, 

h-rne for • nu*Ul> #*51 sy\A « I LOVELY 

Inner Full price I , JVV FI LL BAS 

R L. Stile*. EV 9-7707 an>tim*. OPEN HOUSE Everything Being Equal minga^'l 

SATURDAY We Con Ass,st You! 


CLASSIC 


B l*, in the Iree-i'T** •* »hi* *u 
heihl hunt I'lmgaluw nf 4 hed- 
rnnmi and .7 ha'hr’«*m« arrv«ng 
the hnmr* nf other fkrrge«*k-r\al 
men Living r*n>m and timing faun 
with wall inwall carpet* m**t*r 
hedrnom dtenamg rein and Imth 
r»k*m en au 'e Red qualt'v nil hu 1 - 
W#te* heating avWern fedar «hak- 
exterior and «h'ng»e naif r*itnpleir 
• 

tur* Pne* 


1 $ 7 9 

17S4 OON/At.M BETWFFN 
ROTKI AS*D \ND neartm. 

OUR GOLDEN 
WOODED HOUSE 


njehard and xmail frjul’. well lartl- 
\«i waidrd wiiii «mall ;ak* 

Within ’it* proper’' Ckwe ’ » larnch. 

ertf.) mg t.'in Aa er 1 hxlrtn uu. /“ex, imtiiv r ct a TC 

Nun living t .,m. firei.:a.e d-n COUNTRY ESTATE 

4-pce-tailhnn. m-aletn kltrhrit Full ! ,'tc A wic\A/' ( 

t-rmeni lined hoxement wph rontrrj jLAV I L W 

an,| n .rk.hi,p Auto oil hra’ ^Nepo - 1 0 j * rnre 

rale gaiage and ikher g,"*l out- w, 2 /Av.f\Cj 

'••.I’lding# Built hy the owner f-*r Unely h -me with -4d w >r!d charm, 

luntaclfbut *mu*t aril 7 r\ COA Rxrepii mally well •-inairui-’ed 

owing to hejlJ’h I U, Jw hollow t, e with pca\> !"•« and 

A R FOSTER "••*»*’ 1 ’ i* •' ^ *m and -ep- g „. oom bungalow 00 large nicely-1 

NITS OK IT IF F.VJ-tr.l tJR 5 .*02 a * e d nmg r-.mi w mm Mew* . .. M jj fnjji win nnA 

VN Ml T THE fait 'ItK ccri I ICiriKl lien w -*pia •• k< • en «nt ,, $ l 0-9JO 

i < MHC FT1U) A SELLUSiUN V ,1 111 ' *«! .* ..ml -n-4 her VTiiewro*,^ ., M - A 

3-ff7:')ROOM HOMK WITH PF \< ML- AS LAHtDl AS ,^'hr . n» up. t.h’ hea’ «rp*r re KV • »• * • l*V 4 7Vtg I 

MKNT M T'. HKAT VOI R KIST 44 -^ Kutur. »uM ' - n • - Segu.n K> <ry _ fp ^’ 

HIGH I MVFUSITY DISTRICT. ... (Dfl HOH CITY - $6750 

‘'""'T' :;"T’ Th; , hom , ()f „ 

mar . omm i* na 5 *iw, , IT* i ^mt" C " L, ^ tn9 ™ kitchen ’»o *n.>rt t'edrooma. 

duplex ».»«• ww.ih.».».n i«ui»>i' 

dinieg ine»m fantll>-alj» living r*«»m • Uo and dow.i with *i"« »elf-Xon 
finnlarc poli»hcd oak with Mined end ren'lng a' |V» and I'.fl 


$1 TO $450 
DOWN 


Ra*em*nt with lurw 
and auto rual atokef Count!) a 

tn - phere aecluiton. economy frv the at«n-e down pat men! on 1 - 

SikOcaab tOORO S ' *Mer typ<- S hed 

Pi * f Jr 7 Jv ''«nn nga'ovi Well K«atM rn-ar 

Balan # Phone W Bailey, oak Ba- horder Varan’ move 

IV 2-1177 eve* KV 1-30g5 nr, r , K ht in ' Must aell lh,a 
P Ba ler. KV 2-4117. eye KV S 7S3g Vlprk ^ ?r , r< . 

LAKE HILL DISTRICT Can Orv. “Twamley. EV StTOL 


irkahop arul aloragr A nxe 
l pari home for retired couple >f 

I »mall family Lme tbxea. T'kas a«k 

$5900|_ 

W Hh ap|<rnx ’* caah. or offer A E. 

Seeher KV 4-MB Re* KV B-39TV 


A good *olid plaatened h >m« 
with CKMENT FOl'NDATlOR. 

Two twdrooma Full tTCDA 
price with term* 

Cali Alex Mac Lean. EV S 9941 
Rea. EV 1734* 


NEAR SEAFRONT 

Only v, njork from tha aea de¬ 
light fu, RL'SGALOW with « 
naena and extra finiahad room 
in the fu'l haaemem whirh haa 

alao.otl hnt water hea'ing ar.it 
and dr«ve in garage fed gar- 

$ 10,500 

Aak for Alec MacLean m- Wi'ktng 
a- KV I * 413 , ft* EV * 7343 or 
EV *-4990 

CHOICE OF TWO 

(D High ImatkMt wi:h excellent 
SEA VIEWS , a re )m well 
Improved STUCCO RUNOA- 
141W full high baiemen. Oil* 
O-Matte heal, aeparat* garage. 

Very fairly --- 

pru ed at . 

' - 1 Amon*»i Ihe nak* Invelp 
Bt'NGALOW’. ml heat, m mmum 
nf a’ep* yet h«a fu 1 , high ha»e- 
ment. attached ga age hua at 

$12,900 

App-untment* O.M.Y. CaU Mi Wik 

kina at EVS9413 Re* EV I t dd 


$12,950 


$8600 


$2000 DOWN 


Thi* 

room kitchen 
3 pine bath, t 
men! with furnara. .eparate ga- 
1 age on a me# lot clc>*e to but. 


an) H 


S 2 M Dnugla* St. 


JOHNSTON'S aa 


CAMOSUN 

PROPERTIES 

1923 QUADRA STREET 

TRADE IN 

your old house 
now on o new 
NHA Home 




Inn 1 with the law down pavment 


BY THE WAY 


$18,900 


New end dtatlnctly dlflerrnt—wi’h IF Y< *’ CAM Rl 'H.D < ,R H' Y 
na hoaanr 'iem. ia*a.. LUXA1-5L <lF THK DOWN PAY- 

T'cn ana oak ttanelllng ’.»ed tn MEN, Ri T CAN sTAM> A 
advantage throughout l MB *, ft M» »D F.RA T W t . V HH.H MONTHLY 
Call J Meara KV 9*7707 anytime o« th# he-t ma'ertal* and t \7V-M WF HAVE >F V’ERAL 
tlon LR with ranch rock 9T TOC CAN t'HC* 

•di’-.nf area with .;.d*ne gl»-. Pica*# >all I 

door* ’o Ditto- de luxe KIT with S. Ve»»heti*. K' 
built-in nven and unlit? area - 
»no h efi 

__ _ ___ _ r _for that 

oai'ular oui-af-dmir Ilyin* 3 bed- 


en’ranec. Kull uamt ttltn: "t^vprt tuely h'* in me and rent 
exira : ih.-d r.>Hn Ra< k garden 'tm , 4 hn $ASOO ol"onlv II $00 with ', 11 m to auit 

- well Planned ih many choice „ vat d.mn 3>ODUU 01 ° n ‘Vail Mr McmUSH 

fruit* and vhruh* with »»* mil R W Rlenklnanp —- -- 

requiii'd “ti o’Anri NEAR PORTAGE INLET 

.-uu prw» . v 1 z.ouu tx^nn r,,r ,‘" u i> ; - ' ’->■ 

Shown hy app-Hiemcnt anvtime. JO*»Uv 3-piu* ronm* ’ainga'inv. 

Nu drlve-hy addroaaea. Small living r*.ni with firepiaie. 

QPEEMK lutyrmw up l-Mta-e Vit.hen 7 p. >v»’hr-^n 

-731 EV 4-393 Pati 4 at 'a»ck w.fh pa'en* jit 


FROM 


OAK BAY 


MARIGOLD 
LOW DOWN PAYMENT pa’.l'i throuah glax* dvtnr* for 


uUnd* lawn, j 
tre..« Tl'i- ugh hall with Inige 
< * n leadin ' i.t famil) dining 
Mrighl 1 ahmet elec kitchen 
dim* Rumima rm with e ta 


A"ia«’ x* *-tiedro"iit aiding h-nn- 
Wi’h two lot* on nulet *tred f*ua\ 
livng r»>m large »tnghi kiU’hen 
X ? «id i<edn«un* plu* *ewine r*e»m 
The two 1,4a are mn*t|y in lawn 
w "1 13 ***•-tied fruit tree* Hand' 
ap >4 fur children «r retired coui-> 
Taxe* nnlv *4« 

Full price anl* J • » Jv 

Call Hal Wright. EV B77*n anytime 


CHART YOUR 
COURSE 

And watch »h» ahlp* go hv 

* -* md f *“ 


•uble H 

rtimnu* run* area latrat In HW 
auto nil heatm* Double taru, 
Itioyi mort-'r# at 4 mon. > 

$23 500 


ESQUIMALT 

EXCLUSIVE 


$ 16,800 


LUXURY 

RETIREMENT 


BV 3-1117 or OR 7-1753 

INSIDE 

OUTSIDE 

OR 

COST-SIDE 

W’e are aetdom a «e ’ » off, 
much a* m thi* auptcmelv fb 
hungaKnv n><w :eady 


up with tha Inconvenl- 
enr# and expend**' upkeep of an 
mint WHrn toot houae? Caaoiun Pioperde* 

ES ABLlrHr.p 1901 Trade-in Plan conye- » vnur 

1309 BROAD ST EV 3-3471 cd»»«7 >n your prevent houae into 

the comfort of a nea NHA home 
' planned to autl your family 

LOOK HERE"! '_ .... 

Complete!'- remadeimi 2 hedronm , NO CASH DOWN LANSDOWNE ROAD 

home newr rod and guile neat a* j Imntartilate 3 • year • old aturtxr 

▼our praient properly rorer* «*ding rarvhatyle hurgalm* wuh 
the (town payment YOtJ CAN T i * - ’a« hed garage and ronrreto 

LOBE’ W# make you a firm fair 1 driveway, with »ea ai»1 mountain . 
tfty guaranteed offer and give you 1 x iew Thlg well built 
to find a better deal'j 


B.C. LAND 

& Investment Agency 
Ltd. 

Our 94th Year tn Rtnl Ea'kta 

OAK BAY 
NEAR THE SEA 

Lovely, well-built, new. »-bedr<*irn 
liungal'nv wuh full ha»emenL 
r- ughed ,n plumbing. apace f-if 
ex’ra bedroom and ftrepTarg v>h 
!4f»ed heafTh T^tr rum put roan, 
small laiwlM aped hd. Ctoae to hu*. 

$16,900 

OAK BAY • 

Immediate |Mw*e**H,n ran he gneg 
In thi* apart-. 11 * 3 *iedmnm hunga- 
1 .v lauilt In the thitltea mualad 
clove tn Heart, .Drive Wmd'.r 
1’ark and Ihe g*,|f rnurae Exrel- 
Icni fl,F.r plan haaemem wuh otl 
beat and. *rtya]| room l.ow taxe* 
At'Oi'l half , aah to # m exert 
handle Pn. e $12,950 

OAK BAY 


nea? aa 

Youngstown kitchen unit 
very .arge living dining room Quirt 
lo«-at»on near atorea and Iranvp.r 
ti'Hi, Oak Hay bnrdei Thri 
price 

lwith fermai 

of glowing modaru v I apart- Lall 5-5171. 


Oak Bav-C.otitalea area. I 2M *u 


* 7 orv\ 90 day* to find a better dear [ furea: tht Hjgh hall living 
M*antlm* your new home »* tak- with open fireplace an-1 
dtmr - 


ului 


C I. KDWAHf»S HOME 

Tmi'v* one ,»f Hie finest retirement 
1 hi a heiu' 


<1 .* r "mm v 
and extra roon 
huh baaement. 
feature* Rep 


framed rumpu* 
I 11 wall-Uahted! 
Con-ider the*ei 
breakfast nook. I 


Price 

Mr* Haryey, 


KV 3 1411 aarum* 


L ' CADBORO BAY 
LOW AND LOVELY 


DUPLEX 


FV 3 1974 or KV 4 930g 


Th* 


fridge* act elertrn- 
Vancouver hoe’ and *ea traffic ’0 3 veara -,ld end "1 
Hen* S’rad Will <ap ure >.*ir m , «|rah»e In’eatrnenL 

lerea* whHher you an on ihe ahei-! mon**-." nf 3*e% 
•ered patm or watch from v-out - *- v ., pr „^ 
living room C**m/**naMe anh< 
te« t dealmed home ie«atitihir' 
laodw aped A < irrular itrivrwe' 
leal* to the front of the h,*iv 
peat sweeping lawn* Vrt' *ma;t 
plan wlimh will xopee' et her |o a 
retired couple or amah famil' 
l«x n fumpu* n»*m or TV ro»m 
TTva i* a de luxe arcommodau -o 
with atme'ior «-<vn*tni,-ti'ei 
mortgaging 

Full prme 

Pte*«* can D r. Wh.vte. 

EV 3-77117 an 1 lima. 


Very’ nirg. 3 lirdro'm duplex, rlo* 
to ,-My and Itearh Ha* nfead’ 
tenant In <»ne vide and owre 
0 ,,-unied m *4her Pttce Include* 
atovea. Only 
opera a dr 
La gw MIA 

$24,000 v- 4 br<, "’ om 


Full basement Dl garaa* auto 

oil heat 1 200 <Q ft on * larae Th- Jl-fi living i *m w.ih extra 
lot cloxe to Vvhools »bou* And •- dining .ret will »«e a joy f• >r 
bus. Ur '-i' if tally landaiaped with :, >c family ’ wh» like lo rnt t Miam 
fruit and nut tree* Va or.ce Convenient elec kitchen with ample _ 

¥ h tf 7 a 0*^0 a, * ,e * kittl|t plunaiw.l (-41 

.,i m , $ I ‘♦TJv I r washc 1 ./• aiwl J mnl ro-m* w 

liedruoma. one w »uW make a lovely . r-ir[ieting. 
dm- 4-1" c Pemhndie lialh. wk|r I fireplace 
t 1 h arh hall >n I n re tl an usual the ving awn 
Ultimard* oil heat. I enclosed |»n h pal 


crimed b.uhroom 

4,ng extra fiuplaie in ruin|n.« 

»naie 4 {*nv kitchen cabinet* and all Only one year 

e hieheround doorv ronper hood and frn over a/nl l»u.v. Ihi 

Twk^;' ■ an-V ina *oufhe*M range and ready lamWaped’ all -d in. 

MV roopn in Ih.a f.vear Id h..,i«e tl. * rU*e to 'e*. *■«*•* .In 

hies*- 1 1 wth iw*ni(.cent ,md un ; refarreu lo- at.on very 
Itruc’ed views Tie iigeilur H-w tla mot gat* avail- 
pi.in i« excellent an«1 rooms a f 'e as ah!* or c*«h 

Ijirge living and dm ne :< cejbi* >- c\t^a i,-',,"! f * 4 |Jn , y 


North Quadra 


ing shape You ran move in the d,,* 
, iiev It* cbmplated n«t fear off kite 
being • stuck with your old house 
no chance of having to aell at 


Don t wait! Phono 

EV 5-0541 


»M close In *ch<»,l« 

11 iiung family hunt I 

.--dt-vim* living rtaKti. large' ' . . _ . 

dining urea . abitMd elertrte Jl«hl now 27 hwur phone aervlce. 
hxtan kitchen futa ptei r Pembroke i,*m !°. f . co . n J.-i l * n ^ 1>,rn . how I 

* ■ment wnth 


tmng 11 mm electric rahinag 
with tier. u’UMv r«**m. 
and nlur-'N'd 3 hedromig 
and 4-piece hathroun with vanity; 
full cement haaemem with gainea 
t ">m and roughed In HumhiMg. 

X.r.r $ 23,900 

Call Mr H >pe at KV 4dll3 any. 
lime for Information. 


llert Kaiph 


. . _ . . lull in*j"-tnrni wim ... ic I . „_ r '" 

$16,900 •' ; - ,s ,j "• f r ,,,r thio,, *i 

it'r.Tim: KlfLST V* ~ 

EV 24H17 “ ,,nlv 

now f mt appointment »,i vieta. 

Jack H-dgvon EV &-2471. 

E' ev I,R*-2!I3* 


anjoy 


horn* I 


$12,900 


$23,000 


dtn n» See this e\t’a g««itl 
It* >' Cat! W Rr'.- 

tins. P.T KV 3 »» 

QUEENSWOOD AREA I 

. w»»h sliding' A cvrvrl PI IMPl IS 

attached Irmas# At wnii(<hn|i ample gu«« dont* 1h*» lead d -wn r^mrnt O urtu rxvjtv ru j 

xtorage «oa- .• Large t>4 n «*e to «>ena '■> sHrt kted gxnlea Toe ki’ A fin* modern bunaa.'ow nastllng 
Krona Hohh* 4 -.vi rm* shopt»rt/ , hen « a «’ep xaver wi*b spare among tieev la aaxdui'ed corner 

"Dr located on ^rxl »"•«<'» fx,NT OVFHlAiK ! 1 -r al utlllMe* nml I* complete leading »o vea Tastefully deter , 

o phnel* ihn «a Tlipsv; Wt*M)VREII TERM* with eai'.arat.w .nd at'rartive sled and •# r»» on nicely land Th * lujuae ha* th» bOMU.HH I. 

and lransom anon Contain* hv- MxHiI -w -elance |t<*i t vr m-mb breakfast are* The hal wa> 1 * vraned »9« '•*»»* *2 f ,J' r »ir-wy * “w 

KV $-3111. Larry B\ >3411 nf r ^»m rmh it* «»lrc kllrhvn. X all »n« t» 1 r * t «\r« ( i r qaa * .# ri> • %rp+f*<1 arvl *• !*-’♦' lO’/flA RO)M^ ANI> CXCF1.- n h ^ • nil* ^ 

..- $12 500' .avi-mJ,?' 800 ‘ . aaa„ 

r.v ’ 1 M,M ” ,*» ZSZ. isr-tJZ sasr«? a? >««?. «ra ft.**®,*? »« dErr^SiSCA view - oak bay 


McKenzie ave. 


OUT OR IN 


CAMOSUN 

PROPERTIES 

TRADE-IN 

PLAN 


SEEING 

BELIEVING 


r.u t 


OUR 

LANSDOWNE OFFICE 

»W7 -MKI n-v AX , AT. 

CHARM AND 
CHARACTER 
JUBILEE 


OAK BAY 
BRANCH 

3(H3 CADBORO BAY R AD 


Bert 


KV 1 r»»7 or 


Dies »e .call 
Ralph 

I V 4 9399 


1933 Quadra Street 

Barked hy rear* of real aatate 

experience In Victoria 


SUBURBAN 
FOR RETIREMENT 


.-i>u:l!,in van, 1 ' 


The 


ESQUIMALT 
BUYER'S DREAM 


inn »n<1 onca aoartou 
Ida' e The baaement is full *.«• 9'><1 eronomlcaL Low i 
llth aanhalfthe fW.and ' ned ' ln « ” - 

•lelienifui ,'.,i l er WR -|, The he** ne plan’ tx General «l'h S,,A 5 ' 
n »ving t.» Alherta C'tmHc'ely fur yi9 , nr fu-nyre The wh. le aioriaatr .Oo.y 

>.«hed and lanrlv.-ai" d with many house t* c tmple'ely insulated. There 
hmre fruit* and ihrttb* ’* t,'e , a d •uc*"’ '* 'he prop 

ind^l.e <f Viiten i« a vlzhl to 


„ ..... ...... — heaterai. 

arlywl ami tianaporta* ion. 
1o * a QUALITY h<ene built hv 
' man i>>rd«»t He--* -— 


ri.ise 
Thi# la 
a nan* 
K\!7Y 


$16,900 ’ $10,700 


LITTLE BEAUTY 


TM* hlah ae-luded and treed 2 twin hedrm* 
nronertv *!th ooen view, must be pre hath. ela«>e<1 
»r a to be aonrertatid Close to living r*w>nt Au' 
a contenlenre* H«* l«e LR garage Cement 
with rP DR J RR cab el»r j*.n w.ttkxh"" A 
kiirhrr dnuble ranvort 0-0 M f„ r win''*r *ir«pl 
°n»' _!_vr* old 2* J*V*. dt ipr. Inclined 


selling of thi* 4r...m h me Kitchen and^ilie garden I* a sight 

nvvdern bright dinette al/e. the pr.We f.^mal vecthet 

( .m «ct utility 7 an ,i ha' ng an attrac 

Mm «h**wet Family area We da not kn av of, 

Ml heat drive In , rteanc- h-.me in ’he city ..f Vl<- 
Ive and watk* , lW ., a j, „ piea*ute l » -ffer ’h * 
ce garden .1 the ^29 5 Q 0 


price 

Ring K J Williams. EV 3 34TI or i 
UK «7714 for thi* wonderful buy 1 
Thi* i* REALLY gmid so hurry. 


A BREATH-TAKING 
RANCHER 
ULTRA-MODERN 
DREAM HOUSE 


attract 


NO STEPS 


$10,900 ej'-h 

' Owner will > 


with few steps 

dean a* a new uln Lar*e living 
T *»m with leaded wind>«« Tw. 
gr«wi sired hednatm* u 1 11 r ’ ' , 
plumbed tor **vh»i Recenlh re 
w rod and filled with new Oil * *- 
Malm h-ating ptanl «>nly last vr.xr | 
On* of Ihe heal small tv»me* *» • 
have seen fnr a lone time end »•' 
Very, handy t« ’he Jubilpc and,Vri 
orane Hropilal* $QS00 


TILLICUM 


A must desirable and 
2-hedronm stucco Imn^ah 
alrecl Lnvel' !aree It _ 
with wall-ro wall ,-arpet | excellent, 
kP« hgn wiih dining arrea a-vd 

numermis ruphnards til Illy pen. 
automatic tieanng Spicmiid garden 
This exlrrmel' nest and charming * , h f rut » ire-* Separa’e 

hun^aknv with few Mepg^ J« a*; #>rj| 

Trice only 

Mr Speed. EV 3-3411 'anvlime. Nice LR Wllh FT 

bvvemem Dl ga.aae lovely v'mpv 
• i nnds With nice ye t »arrt<n at In ar 
b* .. alao n • w greerhouve 

5S. $9950 


T\ : arris! and 

$10,500 

ml <L»nd terms 


EDW r CLARK 
il F 

DUPLEX 


realistic price . 

.DiMFW F L BURR’rk *E 
EV 3-7177 EVES OR 7 WO 

NHA—3 BEDROOMS 
LARGE 5' 4 % MTGE 


RANDALL'S 

LTD 

GOOD BUYS 


Listed for the hr*t lime we offer 
exclusively this attractive home sur¬ 
rounded hy m.ikiQ homes and 


> transient 


$12,600 iv,V 


bum 


ha* 


LAKE HILL 

3-BEDROOM 

SIX ROOM 7 YR OLD Rt’NCA- 


To view 


RR hunga- me-, 
eanvenierr. Cpiwr is 'mnlxlicd rent »4" mn 
ie kuchen full Walking dtsl vm-e 1.1 park beach and „. r aze 
l4d“»7xT7T ^TVvt'. r'Trv.v.nz “* M 
fnr health reas.jn* 0 *<d 

SSTnw $8500 

QI EENIE HADITONV 
EV 2 4331 FA' 4 M4 


|H I jdern httngi 

Ce-lsr HlU aim 
•chord* and < 
living-dining 
kit*‘•en 's.’h dining area: 

>m aut-i oil heal sod t»*9»'hed 


GRACIOUS LIVING j of Victoria a finest I'gtlrartnrs. and 
4 BEDROOMS ON 
ALMOST AN ACRE 

Bargain Price, $9,800 • tele walk* path, Glared furniture rail R Cartwright at EV $-4741 

tv *-m an iin-»resv' r h.,m# dmihle Alwnlte carp<vri In any'ime Nn-thse*(ern Be-urityag 


planned fnr 1S7« 
vert umI Venetian UMi exterior 
Verthal aiding and atucc*i intn. 
•xilor pin*-apptc L*4 frontage 77'. 
1>ea ut I full' landsraiied Wide enn- 


THKRK ARE BO MANY FINE 
THIN** ABOUT THIB HOMK if 
IR DIKK1C7JLT TO KNOW WHf n l 
TO BKOIN IN FAIRNKM TO 
YOURKKLP YOU MAIL! 
SHOULD BCF IT FKATURINO 

—7»ver l 300 n<j ft of grarj- 
ou* living 

— apariou* cathedral en* 
trance 

—Inviting living room, 
formal dining rdom 

—e*«client kltrnen with hag 
and nook area 

— three family sued bed- 
bedroom* 

— full high h**ement root* 
lor 4th bedroom rumpu* 
room 

— plaster work and finishing 
In this home la wall above 
average 

— choice eo f|. frontage la 
tap area 

$16,800 

Lirlher information pleaa 


dznen 1 ',\pr a etiarnin* while banutvofll **«*’***' " f >•«»*• <-tal and g-c 

$6950 borne grout's .. sw,r a reeintn* whhe heeu > nf a h| ^ ,^ ||(rio A „ rrBm 

wm*. futrod 1 "?’ * "" n * SS " ^ ^ .«,t. u f,.r entert.m.ne "f piste class W.ortmv. full wall’.. 


Full Pi ice 
Til nsnert r| 
KV *7177; 


$12,850 R500- 


re*. EV 7 4-W7 


Large tw*'family home 
on doube i<4 wtfh 

_ rear, in F.S'iulmall 

32 required 


, "^h T ^iv l ^ , rol ,,, I celhnlr* Dutch f.repla,# 

.mp h ro^_ a law d.nmg w||h ^ , rtm 

■un. large family kitrhen. '"® ^ rx*uhie cu^bnarda are everywhere 
Tr.ro *' , 'l ■" are «'idtng Throughrmi are 

1 ' u ' .. .. .11 _li TV. 


firepl*' 
brick wtfh pale 

ne>m* ftntshrd and two i ^»>ed in 

plus a full cement basemen' Truly »*■„ i*ww-aii_-- th. 

a remarks hie buv with onlv 3 P*‘* ''TT** Th,? 


Excellent term# a* 

Ea< Hiar e list me R F Gorely. ILOW LIKE TEW OAK FU 

■V 9-1794 anytime Fill, RASEMEXT <Vt. I EAT. 

I GARAGE AND T\’ AERIAL 


>ase rail Al Thiesaen. 
OR 4 7139 


MT. TOLMIE AREA 

'(V-t-Mii rjr.it bi*n 

Thia we" tauH attraetive hungfl 
low IS less than *>ne v>mr old and 

dtnng r»«»m with hrepia*** "kS HIGH QUADRA 


r»A ^ -r a ri i ii k i r r> ai p /> e i p 

'!'v u «c,. r Vv S s $ 13.200 SWINERTONS 


SPACIOUS 

LIVING 


A. BERNARD 


TEN MILE POINT 
$14,500 


bedroom* hardwxesi fk»>r* lltnaig 
nut ele» tT" caMnei kit* hen vrt’p 
n,«a and 4-pr tiathronn Elm 
room in iw*ement '« auttahle f<<r 
fourth bedroom f>rive-»n garaec 
laundrx tuba and automatic : 
h-ating T" effect a quick v»le thi* 
h *i*e '■ offered at a reduced )'«• 
nine Approxrmaletv 93 irk) 

* * he at full 
r 

T" x tew this ex' lu»ive 
please call B T (i-welv. EV • 3794 


$13,900 


513 3S0 

SPECIAL 


OUR 74th YKAR ^ 

439 BftOfTOHTON «T. KV J-711; 

OAK BAY 

Plann ng Masterpiece 


4 rooms 


* CO. LTD. 

Ct rorl freet 

UPLANDS 
Exclusive Listing 


dm* rod Bentley. KV 3-9795 fcvee 
KV 2 «W1 


BARGAINS! 


DESIGNED FOR 
GRACIOUS LIVING 
OVER 1300 SO FT. 
SOUTH OF THE AVE. 

luxated na a first-<la«* ■ 


FOR MOTHER 


wxj * a*y* A really tov'#ly *edar aiding 
EV4 9S.79 ,, nr) , # . r hunt 4 "ears large li'-ng 
rotm with fireplace dining room. 
l*n la r ge bedroom* Oak f1>«*r* 
throughout Pembroke ^'w'hronm. 

beautiful _ h«m i J 1 ‘' ,l ln . 

large LR DR immacuiate klt- garage tj.ndac.ped wmluded M P o ,"*. rnii $6000 R 


3 BEDROOM HOI SE. 3 LOTS 
i *ot’d U"»e 


RICHMOND ROAD 


pnwi- iy. rv-:s 
STI T(Y t <4 VRS » 

.7 liEOROrtMS 
BASEMENT ROOM 
OIL HKAT 

CARPETS IWLCDEO 
KIDDIES Pt.AYHOl SF. 

S*, MORTGAGE 
I ASK FOR MR NICHOLS 
! EV 3-3411 OH 7 3^99 


[rtien. and cosy den with fireplace 
3 '«edrm* and s-iec xllv d 

Three bedronnv o * a large twin extra -tr-e ’wthrtc fineaf HW firs 
ill* Situ until* -lore-, hall linen 'broughnut 2-car garage W. ’ k. 
clo*at 7- pre b*’h a rr. m* elee. lawn# TL** entire preperty n fu<t 
trie .a’dne: k' he,, mall;'’'" cn-htein. to be *c d a_ ' • 

* ,ng s ea A . L-*h.M>e dintnx b* lf • J99 500 

room off s *pa ion* 1 uni toon* of .' 

a'l:h fireplace P.rture aindow* Ut CAM Mr H'lrntthres. FA * D79 
living and dinittg room* $6950 


IXIkin down lo reliable parti 
On above rail Mr Sudbury, 
c.e, GRs-kd 


$1000 DOWN 

CHOICE OF LOCATION .'I,, ’'*> 


D»r in-.-’ st*4 1 . «s home 1 uave seen 
1 >r >>ld '"••u’l'ul .’1 mirveti l.R. 
ta -id d n ng rn. 3 4 »><i *urd b-d 
- . - t ,» twth vr^th vanttv IV _. _ _ . _ 

! ihti'ul n-.1t u nc kit. hen w Hi dm fQR DAD 

ng space < )t»«*n stairway ’7> full. . ... , , -_ 

1 ham I R sighedTin rumpus with F*P A bill hasem.-nf with dr* vein gar - ■ ■ rimdltion on a large ___ 

'('harming parkltke ground* Good ample area f.«r t-.*ms ^ living has extra room in baser- 

733 000 $’950 

"**' »“* »AJ.UW » cj"we«» >-Y3U 

m „ r made unstair* luttge wnrk*h.*t. 


living r«e»m tk 3*xl4 beautifully ap- 
pmn’ed. dining room I* full *t/e. 

' lamaiea on a . r«t-cla** atraet and 

^ •«o»U»ded by expensive home* we 

roffnm, Ti-’Sh. wrlx-aTe i 2 ,f * r * * C id . t XT e 1 y this SO*' nu. 

••edronm I>v1. wn*h private .pice home Si’ua'e-t on a vary laraa lot 
twihroom large *4"hroom f.xtu^ W #U landscaped with lovey fawni* 
expensive and stored blue_ enml| fruit irM*. shrub, .mall Moatare# 
me* irtol#x mir ror K itchen IF j h-dg# and feared Wide through 
angle sink mral arhnnte ftmel^d hall very large living room e*. 
in ,-itrua )ell<nv. i hjiI t in laundrv pea.ive wall-to-wall rerpet* love, 
no ,apair* automaMr perimeter oil heal Rea ty dining room llil* Very larga 
Whistle With j wmahie down pa>ment will handle hedroom*. modern arborne k"- 
►"“•l tOO 7*^0 the * ,l ‘ * ,,h innumerable at. 

JU tractlva cupboard* tapeaaiva 
appointment tn inspect row-i attractive linoleum Full base- 
lac I V Ef> BAUNMBS KV 4-F7V7 men’ laundrv tub. rumpu* i«ota 
HIGH- WIDE AND HANDSOME -Sundav* evening* Northwestern S$ Ion* lined with acou*tl« tile*. 

teal fam.lv home „r a deadend *r. ur "*' Ud 

ree: in the high Punk Street area. v * ,w m EV$r41 

itedr»»»m* . and 1*4* of space lor _ 

mg int luding a unique second- 

CAPITAL CITY 


•quai e 


Hill*Id* area of Garden Cl*> Two VfrJf g 1MK j i enn * 


$7425 


, . . _ p. . r- r\r\\s a nr a 2 i>edi ■>m ... * • a . » : r 

OUADRA - COOK AREA . fami v *t/e nicp-!*. ruii 

A k »fd #i>a< "Ms oilier home in hasemen'x ml hea’ One haa *rp* 
flea*rate condition a large lot ra'e garoge »h* ' a 


REALTY 


Cormorant SL 


*31 Hea-mg brand new tl 100 autts* 
matlc oil perimeter hea'ing Re*, 
sonshl* down payment coat'd* 

ro, $'3,900 

For information nn tpi* oj’- and- 
inr htiy Phone i v r .D gAUN- 
Dk.RF KV I Mil Sunday and Eva* 
■»•** 

Northwestern Becurltle* of 
Vieroria Ltd KV 3-9741 


t.-kmav EV 3-Tlkl. 


den. 


rvtugh rontn on 

a taige play area and large gar 


SEA VIEW 


re* EV V *1711 

Thia white aiding 4-tt#dr«s4n h*nne i 
rtn*« to w h<wv|t trsnsp xlattnn ami 
six .pa t* tdeally situated for aotnr , 
one wt«h.ng to live in rtethcl ant* 
atan make a Util# extra pi* ket 
fxvmev hv hoarding student* at 'he 
yntv#rsi»v Gf»at ti/ed living r»«fr 

and dining rmwn electric hitchen 'Rraul'fiil aualltv home -- .. 

Alltomet r ml heat FXill hasemcn’ ■ , r .-c|gt..tt t»!l sr.d wa*hr'-.m o/f V.»*t — ro-d lhia 

Wtih dnve.in rarag. and nn e y.iv>nc room .’txl'v srge du ng family tunrila* 

alluded W# Good a t j OAfA r-mm. c-**v der with ftre-vtare Vn AS,,h * ' ir * x ,n ' >x ' r * 

term* PXtfl wrtrw 3 I Q.ZVJxf j «.k qn,vrs ncijh* efeert r kttctven r,r r room* all *ervned « 

Em further part,mi*,* call tnnen oak «i*trwav tn tw» Ige t^d freed a.r oil hea n* urc 
or r. Curtt* EVt'Thl irt'iM ir.'ttti and Mien hathromn n.i y* •!* garage large lot L 

i ' a’er ’ve*’ Pu-.o-e garden af near *. hon, and bus h-..., TUlC rAlflP) QC 

i ” merinj *hni‘'« e"d i»""« wi’h • ■row- on roLL. IMIj LUULUAbt 

[sprinkler «v.'err Apiendid mndHWWt fuU price of -5 / T JU YOIIPS IP YOU OAl I 

lUvr.^nm,’ Magnificent^ view J^en_ Mr rrow gV 3-71*1; |TU(jrXi • T UU UALL 


Easy term* 


range goes with nmne 
• Exclusive listing' 

Flea*# call Mr Krone la. EV 4 *73$ 
re*. CR *7*10. 


PANORAMIC $1500 DOWN, $1500 THE CHILDREN 

PRICE REDUCED ISS** “'IirollStoSi'CLOSE-IN — NEW 
Pre-School Spcciol *'-ra traffic tn Worry ah-mt. EXCLUSIVE 

, k#r !' THE PRICE model Tieetrtc Mi"* 1 ; hedrm* hath 

viitv iyi* t*- . t 9 ©rn uith mkvH Oil *V 

^ \ A OAH rwm. 4+r $»»th flrf'7? nrr \#i A%} ^' ;rr% * n rx,ra l ^ rfn ' Kv^HiWi u# & 1 O iLAA MuiK* fit 

>14, ZUU j 4 , 1 , *t,v. r * hr.s't’ electric ktt«-hen r,r * i-rm* all serviced wch * new *• > IZ.OUv f 4 -wf fndd- sm« vri: xe-v 

Reoa. 1 IW tn handi* amt ViOl per man Onlv »• Vw f 1 A Crtfl 

e taxe* nvmHt Anmm r^,, pr>rm > I Z,OUU 

LAMONT RD. 

MEARS & WHYTE 


MOUNT TOLMIE 


Y<ai have wen on# of those beauti¬ 
ful hid home*. tsiHt approximately 
nt ve»r* ago with snitd 
fl-gvrm six la’ge ronrr,* 

»*ed' Ml , envent h*« 
derfu: fmindatimi lar?« 

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FAIRFIELD REALTY 

1U C«* S’ r— 

VICTORIA 


NEW BUNGALOW 
LOW DOWN PAYMENT 


SUBURBAN 


hot wa»r 


PARTLY FUKNIdHKD NHA BDfLT 
| A rmlir mitm 4-im. tiurow bungs .nd lira -modern in ever* raped 
n» iui ’^aemrnt. ml best »ak u this 7 - year - old ranch «’y7* 
,fl..r* • -ar mle A i*vel> new .,aecp hou'-a ft features a living 

'tome Carey Rd area Good value room nearly to lant large flre- 
| Immediate ostesamn Hghl> place full view window wali-to* 
• e. >mmended •■'l carpets wnh expenv.ye undo 

JUVJ felt also in dining unm Osg 
floor* hroughou' in perfect ron- 


F U .. 

Ken Walters. KV 3-TfQO avea 


Mr Raida'! e*^« KV ? $447 
ling fVnigla* »L Phone EV F4109 


OAK BAY REALTY LTD 

,IM Nat *-■ * 

M. Kalbaum, *t. 


ARBUTUS DISTRICT 

SEA VIEW 


•on Rmul 
Exr|p«iv 

WY 3-2711 E J Fatl EV 3-4334 


$27,75a 


\ YOUNG 
AND ATTRACTIVE 
$1500 DOWN 


EV 2-9773 

OAK BAY WINNER 
3 BR, OIL, $9500 

Wa rh* erge he»ier valua anv where 
F'sm lv home in aeiect are* near 
Windsor Park. In tip Mp rood*km 
hxi'f on 'hnj-hall tdan there are 4 
i t.na trv 'ud ng den with firefttac# 
elan -*r««broom 3 hedrm# and 


DRIVE BY TODAY i-~~ 

B.LL FALKNER^NOW ^ £ rror^sj HAYNES 

AT EV5-6741 *4V 2 I n» out V r Reau' .All X lew * I / X • ^ 

BOETMKfitxTKRN B9XDR1TIES OF fT'eSnSJ ! ^wSe •'m W goRDDN HEAD WATERFRONT 

\ irroftu LTD. |Cuay : ond-m taingahn* w th LR HOME A modern Geqrg li • 

•nd CP :»• vght k.* d nmg a’e* and . > 

*“““ —- ha'him. Pnce w,*h e jqCA mtmite* from Vlrt*>rm $ mines l« 

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REALTY LTD 
un txtl GUkS ST 

BRENTWOOD pen waiter*. *v >iejn eve^ Id.imn. towtM b MMi-MMm 

If you ar* thinking of a piece by |rolera featuring rianiws* and 

the water you should *e# thp A P^OIIiMAI T ! Florida lan Apscpaua ki'rpen wnli 

' 7 * _ vpai ..1 u* *pllt-leyr| Iwnir or r.,.,.4 CiyumflALI Arborne diubie sine inn m*’ah!« 

$10 500 ^ ln '' , • h *’ ^ A REAL BUY • «1 n« ruphiard# eating are* 

-PI U,JW ha’ brooms. 7 bedroom’ ..ra# Its- ^ fXC./"lL DIJ 7 wired for elactric *to*e Vrmghl 

ing room. fu,l ba»*n*e- • ' >•» Owner mua move sway an-l ,f,c and wood** valance Three 

of the inlet and private wharf offer* f>n» older 'vpe 4rm Km*e large bedroom* large rupbnarda. 

Tha full price tf l Q OPkA with 1 vvety Ige rr>m* m ex^etieii sficmg mahogany door* master 

U only F I 0,71A/ aiuy^ #• a fractaai ..t tod* « i hesfroom Hit] Full basetnem. 

Open lo offar* on a down navineoi |- ul , .^^rrent s'lacied gstage #e. large rumpui room oar farilme* 
*•'« ,#ra •««»• rn«i trees dtive ,n garkge au'oma’ic ml 

rat. R H*yhu rsi._ KV 2 bi«a, any f|| , „„ «cwer tow faxes, perimeter besting I.araa wet), 

lima or E\ 3-.793 eves i.waimn and a # qqca *n«ue*ped lot *i>ubi $(*$, NHA 

dO /JU mortgage and raaaonabla dooa 

rv»*m «« KITTri. $16,900 

.Contact t V <gp BArNDENE. 

---I FV $-4771 O r pea KV 4 4499 Fwctb. 

aatarn Bocuntiea of Vletarta Ltd. 


It acre* of mnatfy la-vdsmoed . 

wtvperii which also ha* aroc** Th'a yioi'.mual vcc fen 
fo ee* Hv right of way l.ar*e LH fi*er>hs« e t^rga e.crtrw si im 
tree* and ahwduie sartuabm The wdh d.Tuna arc* ' *naooua nedrin* r p 
Itnuse * an older’vpe mmaakrw 7-.«' Pe.n ’u»th rvmi' H-»-e.r twa* *" 
Near srh«s>ls ahopyung aod tnin# 
p>rt ExcepUnn*!!) good value a' ’he 

" $8350 

P a WtHbnns F7f 9'A). 


trc-ned'’*te 

$9500 

Cov KVETVtL Re* I\*HI!i 


tz » down. 


wen comfortable and wt 
e call 4 >71 Full reairnt 

hgfSment. dnuMe plumh.rvg Gar 

age and extra ana room cuttafe 
Plenty of fruit Tree* whk-h nav 
for yewrtr taxes and Then some " 
The vy#w from house and porcb is 
d believe It or 


mim 


ar* 


$15,750 


Caah to MoPjaga 
Exclusive with MARRY Hi MIRON 

Victor** Ltd. phone EV 4 -« 74 l anv 


I W A STRIKE 2'ORrj»^l’!7 T” 


FINANCIAL SURVEY LTD. 


HOME 

SACRIFICE 


fron Irx-e* TMia 


lit* <<wn famdv Pnr# |9 

anytigM KVA 1044 


OAK BAY NORTH 

Lovely five-ronm bungak** wth full 
t>*»emeru O-O-M h* i atr heat and 
one extra n*dn drne-m garage 
eteeffto km-hrn large Itvma room, ma , n fll 

jSSSr. *1 {>t r and d.mng are. full na»ment 

rw win handle. d ]5 4 QQ , thr-i^x* l-ar»e whim w 

^ r>cr ▼ • W I several fnut sPrun* 

Mr. Lalng. evee EV $-$94t arut R-oaer* TrV' a harjair at 
7-ySH - -rfna Call MAt RICE N 
Alfred r*rmlcha*» A Cn Ltd. SMITH a time KV V«-41 xorh- 
139 Broad Street IV 4-TJ41 


OTTO LEESMENT 
BUILDER 

V 2 

FHTNK EVEE BV 2-4937 


$59 P IT. 

6 YEARS OLD 
NHA 

4 BEDROOMS 


| ha-fair at' 

! Frank Cnmhesr. 


DALBY & CO. 


Call 2<r Murdork. EV 3-FMO 

Modern Duplex 
$1500 DOWN 


teal 1 

1’vmg r-e*m. 
mm. ra*anet 

'A.rro.m* 

KffKtrnt t Vinr , ng *»!i-t*.wall eaepe* 
laadaraned Wi'h .Haiti flow 
shrub* Cnmart me on - 
*« mg value v- u w* 

1 and 

. Itvyh Ixtcn, 


f)r*#wV,’C -r n? RKAL rjrrATK A *° M.kfR DICKIE & CO. 


ion bi.anj-hard 


KV S-4341 


hoi# and. 
*r* end 


MODERN 
REVENUE HOME 


EV 2-9143 ( 


o «•;. BgHN 4 • t • rfTS 

DO YOU HAVE 


term* Jt'JW hmirtv hu* aervu-c 

Ut available adtn«ni’vg a me nron #r ,„ „f larv f with frut? 

“ 'ott at 31 '^earh arxu’tis etr amf *rt^„ ,, 

dTTk. F-\ beach Exterk*r la mamiv wra’hered * ; 

I- 1 brick with borne while sturr.i H vor 

area 1 * just rH** ! W 
I icding three hat hr norm 
#ce a rv *c,d «t>*cjiu 
hea’trg *v*tem w-nh hill rtatnaibin 
C.inslnirt. tr flmsc »mmg* and ad 
dr*alia are of su: 

true ’* type rj«i: matc airvei ^ -. rv •«.- 

ROCKLAND AREA roc *q*t hesitate to bit rnmr ' 

U44 JOAN < HEBI'KMT ™ ,Jt SIDE BY-SIDE AYKAR-OLU 

.J4* JUAN rtK8( KHT • DCP1.EX THIS IS A ”OXCE IM ?y7T..!r..ra 

Neat to Cri.g'da-ro- h Ca.ii# i A LIFETIME DPPopTL’NlTY 

liNF CAN 4KI’i *K1) TO yu^ \C If •*Ffi 

t 1 413 an ft U" #f enghiit BOTH SIDES HAVE > HEDHt* 'M^ "• ■ *“• " mmkm tr VrCrleSk K ! ARCK ^FAMILY Pl.’ S AT 

> .gn mahoaanv and -ed.r .id- PEMRHOKE BATHS FRONT VIEW J39 500 n, r>FR F4FFXT OB RV LA TTVf Contact J. Da.Man EV 4 .♦« 

mg with beau,jfully tread grounds ELECTRIC KITCHENS CHARM Ptk '* LIV’.Nf. WITH Y<*•’’ TF • THIS 

ri4P\FR HAS SLASHED THE Tl.rge oedrooan .arge liwiiig room ING SEPARATE TTTLmES AND pteaa* aak for W J ne*. r'17»B f |r >ME OFFERS THK IDEAL K»LC- 

PRICE OF HIS HOMK n #n*cr fnr ar.o dlwmg room, tlirhen wi;h L A R <» K LOT RHINO YOl.R Evenings TION 

Mg| t* HgbWt 99 Wk k l nook fui: b.-emrnt wt’h -tre- CHEQUEBOOK WHEN YO' SEE T a b yewr n*4 

A lnvelv 1 urn *q ft arwren *.tn#a- place IfH \ maximum mortsaaa THTS ONV. AS IT WILL SFl.t. Ar.hur E. Havnc* Ud 723 Fort tt rn>-na plu* a deiigM.ul iniaw 

lew Kam'iv Stae living mom wttn and immediate paaaeaalon ’MMBD1ATELY {DHN ev ) ja.2 auna in th* haaemenL 

firenlace Two hedronm. nn the HRALY EEW77! RIGHT AWAY. 

Large elec kit pp.f-- ^ ' NORW*ERN SKTURm** ;-- - - Some of in* amaatng feat ire# are 

rK, ’ m 2J3 000 rt f VICTORIA LTD 31 344 DOW* ^ Kx'CUen’ Incgtion 

Buy* thia 2-bedrooin home, re- g, f)gk Ray. 

■ -- 4*coeated maid* aan ou' B.’ »at*d . t w 

RATH an I large lot* Ootra f<yr 94 744 J Beautiful fireplace 

MM rvmv r*«nm < naaeir-cm pi niadM f»r PVsae roll Of lf|t B'right - ■ - ^ ^ amme w..m 

k^ 4 *..«. p.-.^rv m. re ljsii __V«- • «,-. ••rn * ' ,’»ew • ren otn * r-m 

wwrvnwravora t fa mllv i,«rl»t 

Hand;/ Wrea»*aet nw* 


REALTY & INSURANCE 

• IS F r T FV TIT? FV 9 UN 

BRAND NEW 


i-c«f *«. ism. S2500* Down, $85 Month 

rm. ri jj. a r' r ?n. 1 '■*'!?■ Th.. Iwatglful 1 -rterr hungakr. nf 

rma uwk rvmrt l,mer aune I imt # ^ama j |.*)d *ta* hedr»»im* re 

l.R wfh KP r>R and l*-g» -a* 
■ r hwaerrent dr 

. , . _ _ _ garage and D-CvM hea'ing A lovely 

SI 6 800 ne* rewne w.m the best monthly 

' payment and erm* 10 n# had 

$14,000 

Ca.i C Ra rd KV :4»i: 

eve* EV 44491 

haultain-jubilee 

Meat fm ymmg NMHj* plug 
hungalcm «Hh 1. shaped LR and 
dining are*, rob elec kd uMBtf 
'-mm, 3 iwdr ewna Aid»»m#»i. oil 
t e*t ' 17 ** t*** 


EXCLUSIVE 
REAL VALUE 
$1000 DOWN 


t'N2TN!SHED VRODSf 

rt«wn 7 baaeircrg. gr ov tatm w __ 

extra b*dr**r. R<aisjh pturo’.mg tn rv $-4741 anyth 
stalled T* ear bonded tar and Beeurltie* nf Vicier.a LkmtWd 
4 Ruth on rtir-wr 

1 M W \HtC m same BT OWNER 4 RM J-BEDROOM 
Weal 


MLBT nr SOl.D 

vr&ssi jrasurg jpj 

S .1 urn»e* of Vinoria-U* mtl# rx N'ornom- ana sv iJ* *** * * r .„ 

' - r. ..£.V£ Hr-- 

•Tn; l -* 1 SJr l 1 «» ^ n - • • 

Ooige Road rtat floor- lm - strwe* CV*e to *b<nxvint remre hand# fn-media’e i w»r w n n R#i r _ ^ _ . _T, ___ 4 rm* fwb hgrre cv/VM 1>*(*» 

■mdtate po*ae*»ton T»»* p’ic» 3 win ”•* rumr*** r ->m I «7.»7 ••vee-on r»v- t»rpis Ptex** oueesrt V'iR SALE 'MALI. HOt'fF area Gw H» *p-. «g «en re anl HOME OR 

14 242 Apply E B. Mea’h 43$ uil pn r i*j morgaga. » A V l^t'an FV 44171 #v*a M<j*« *e moved off p<-ypert>. Phone tHPdy^jgH wilh ea*J term* rm* up 3 

Taiea. IT 2-2193. Im BY IM19- Dian# KV F4ui* lur appuwunaaL ,La| Really. IV 2 213 L 'uRttiW GR 2 2444. part. 3131 


he NHA I years eld Full Mwa'nt AlT- T HI* A ND MORE v -R ONLY la megiaia 
with *•*••• Clo*e ut school* *’4 SBf WTTH *7 344 DOWN Pul iryee 

store bu. UantaoH ••’!> Pot Munvhv. BV V4B44 Nor’fwe.ieni y 4 iu tall 
nano Aoprnt 94 2M wl hand » Secup«>e» of Virtona U4 EV »474J 
•rh*T4*nr KV 9- AM 


n ,». $9 C 100 

t t-rwom binaalow with S tow of ^ ra) | r Ba»r< FV V7S27 

giumetng all gn on* floor fire- MM BV $-4903 or BV 4-«44> 

» * « avuceo egiermr *rga H. — ' - ■ ■ ■ ~~ 

ftulv tree*, could be dutii** Dn*o F A4 nrj ws 

Ttl FtRI BT Victoria Wet HIGH Q' A DR A _ 


$6300 

C Agsr *• 


REVENt E 
down a ge ta* play 
M. Owner. BV 3-«0«g 


Urge kn. Vow taxaa, GR » .Tla. 


9 vears 014 ctawe to htM 

_j and acnoo Full gne# ro 

easy payment* 2* HF 

r R ods EV 43414 

n wa wkeb a to _Rv » n* 

7 ROOM HO( 4C CARET A^U 
» 11.240. Won* PlM. fr.* HA 


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28 Sailt| Cnlmitst 

Ay| tt K 9, 1919 

150 HOUSIS FOR SALK 


PEMBERTON 
HOLMES, Ltd. 

MTA*LIMED l m 

1M GOVERNMENT EV ML* 

IF 

TOO WANT A CHARMING 4-YR- 
OLD BUNGALOW SET IN A 
LOVELY OARDEN AMID QUIET 
RURAL 0IJR ROUNDING* HERE A 
TOUR CHANCE THRU HALL 
MW FLOOR* LR WITH ROMAN 
BRICE VT BUNNY KITCHEN 
WITH DA SECOND HR DOUR! EA 
A* DR AUTO Oil HEAT 
frriUTY ROOM AND ATTACHED 
OARAOl THE OWNER MUST 
CONSIDER ALL OFFERS BUT 
Wt THINK ITS WORTH III 
BV i *13« MR LOVE EV «-ft084 

NEW HOME 
$55 PER MONTH 

NEAR SCHOOL AND TRAN8- 
FORTATION I *R ALL ROOMS 
LARGE FULL BASEMENT 
O-O-M HEAT LANDSCAPED 12 

SWSS* SI 0700 

MR ATKINSON 
BV 4-1124 EV 1-14*4 

INTERURBAN ROAD 
$1500 DOWN 

LOVELY VroOM HOME 1 LAROF 
BEDROOMS L A R O E LIVING 
ROOM AND WIRED CABINET 
KITCHEN • ON TWO LOTS 
STUCCO EXTERIOR THIKsIS a 
MUST SEE HOME ONLY* 7 
YEARS OLD LOW TAXES Wfij, 

KSi K£« S8950 


WHY PAY RENT 
WHEN $1500 
CASH AND $75 
MONTHLY WILL 
GIVE YOU 

POSSESSION OF A FULLY MOD 
F.RMZED HOME IN ESQUIMALT 
RF.AUTIFUL CABINET KITCHEN 
DINING ROOM LIVING R< * *M 
E BEDROOMS OR .• AND DEN 
ITLL LARGE BASEMENT Oil. 
O MATIC * G F. HOT AIR 

HF.AT M>Wt TREK' NIC Fl Y 
FENCED IDEAL FDR A FAMILY 

£S PR,rr - $9450 
EXCLUSIVE TO 
JACK BROWN 

EV 4 FIM nr EV I 4374 

BRENTWOOD 
$3000 DOWN 

t ftve room bungalow on 

VAC RE LOT WITH MOST 
ATTRACTIVE GARDEN AT 
TACHED OARAGE RRF I 
WOOD WATER. DUROID ROOF 

taxes »:a conno 

FULL PRICE JTUUU 

t FOUR.ROOM. NEW’ *Tl CCO 
RINGAI.OU WITH CARPORT 
AND STORAGE SPACE ON 
LARGE LOT RRFNTWOnD 
WATER *9S00 

FULL PRIC.E 

MRS KIRKPATRICK 
EV 4-4134 GR 4 1373 

ESTATE SALE 
1259 JUDGE PLACE 
$16,800 

MOST ATTRACTIVE ARM Rt NO. 
PLtR RUMPUS ROOM FULL 
BSMT Al TO HEAT SMALL GAR 
DEN MANY EXTRA EEATl RES 
WHICH MI ST BE SEEN TO BE 
APPRECIATED 

FOR APPOINTMENT TO VIEW 
PHONE MRS SHIRLEY. F.V 4 4124 
ANYTIME 

tr 

LYALL STREET 
ESQUIMALT 
3 BEDROOMS 

ifVIHQ ROOM WITH DIMING 
AREA OAK •TOOK 2 BED 

booms pi us kxtra bedroom 

W FULL BASEMENT 1« YEARS 
OLD ALL COPPER P1PINO COP 
PER ELEC HW TANK FULL 

rTERMSi ONLY $8500 

FIRST TIME ON MARKET AND 
LISTED EXC1 IISIVELY WITH D. 
B. WILKINSON EV 4 1126 
ANYTIME 


HIGH QUADRA 
NEXT TO THE GOLF 
COURSE 


COMMANDLNG VIEW EXCEP 
TIONALl Y LARGE L I V I N O 
BOOM IN MAHOGANY PANEL. 
VIXW WINDOWS TWO BED¬ 
ROOMS THREE PIECE BATH 
ROOM LAROE KITCHEN WITH 
CYCLO* RANGE CEMENT BASE 
MINT HOT AIR HEAT NEW 
DUROID ROOF SEPARATE OAR 
AOr TERMS 4RRANGEP IM 
MEDIATE POSSF448ION FULL 

5«? $8500 

W WOODLEY tv 4 412S 
EVES EV 4-3411 


$500 DOWN 

CUTE AND COSY 

You will r*uy (hit cirpn 4rnom 
hungal.m 'h* minute ynu tee it. 
Nicely <t*i<>ia'c<l si/e r««m* 

fireplace. living mum and g.««d 
grc md> Lou of fruit and bar:lei 
This :*' rour <>ppnrtunit\ to start 
ho i id mg an equiti inward vnur fu¬ 
ture dream h»mc It will tell quu fe¬ 
te- w pbeie right aw»\ and a»k for 
Keith Outfield .. r Ail 1 Hstg-Hi 
EV V474I day or nigh* NORTH 
WESTERN SECURITIES OK VIC¬ 
TORIA LTD 


ESTATE SALE 

Full haarmer' three hrdmnm hpn- 
■alnw dfeied hv .<ut rttm»n client 
H<i* water heating b> stoker In 
•ice lien- modi’i<>n Lid tn lawna 
and garden* with gimd girrnt’"U*e 
price ► 4»w eitra l«d It *w* island 
Isvealment Cn l.td EV 4 T144 M 
War aw* EV 7-dnW hnmediate pne 


COMPARE THIS 
FOR VALUE 

A beauMtui tpaimu* A mom bun 
*•>"* <Wk flour* throughout. 1 Vfi 
ag f* flnnr area • 'ear* old A 
■bargain at ill m good term* 
Brat mtge Call- 1 Peartet 

f*a EV 2 6757 Isuind f Investment 
Cn Ud EV 4 714* 

THREE BEDROOM LIVING Ql AR 
tara plus rtistn*** m highway fl 
Rltlaa city centre Fmeat view nn 
laland Wtl' aell nith huayneaa 'if 
withnut Suitable for tw.t (amiliea 
to uve in l.iiw taxes No fuel or 
water hilla Fnr a gnnd deal ■ -'Otart 
jwne r Nn ’rifiera , gieaae Victoria 
Freaa. Rn« 1721. 


COMB AND SEE THIS UNPIN 
••bed bnuee m X of an acre rt 
land for li»Ue nr nn (trwn pay. 
■»en» Livable Plumbing and elec- 
Itimv net installed File* >4 M00 
Phone GRS-3SS7 

K 4— DUPLEX UP AMD DOWN 
rata entrance* and meter* 
t auta ga* water heater* 3 gaa 
atneaa. cabinet kitchenv new fur- 
sace. new wiring. Unper ranted 
•30 M W dawn. MS mo ISIS 
Chamberlain 


__ _ _ A good row 

dttnei 5 targe mom* plus bath, 
tghlity with tub and »unr’»<m 
Fruit tree* garage cement neae- 
mettt furnace (iR S144X 

ATTRACTIVE broom ranch 

at>le burtgalnw attached gat age 
and prnviamna for uttltfv rvtrvti 

K M drnewai well-kept lawna. 

to be *eea to be appreciated, 
raw wtn futonr* C.R a-i**; 


150 HOUSES FOR SALE 

THE ROYAL 
TRUST CO. 


Handyman ■ special Eight-r<v>m 
brick twTvatnrei home Ltvmg room, 
dining room kitchen one bedroom 
or mam floor 4 bedroom* J-pre. 
bath up Par? ha dement H A fur¬ 
nace J314 Forhea Street tl V« 

$6500 

MJB and IZ3 Rudt.n St Up-and- 
d-n*n duplex gi.Vtn down Four 
rnnmsuite on mam floor Vroom 

H A. furnace $8500 

A. E. Cotee 

THE ROYAL TRUST COMPANY 
12fS Government Strew 
EV 5-4121 evenmga EV 2-3783 


$1650 

GIFT 


Don't try to build not rad or wit 
UNDERPRICE tfua new arrhliect- 
dedigred home to fortunate put- 
rhater The money you aaie will 
heau'tfullv landwape thi* mode-n 
home Living rl*>m dmmg room 
kitchen and breakfeat n««k. all over 
l>»ik a re*tfyi view other feature* 
are j-w-ax ftrepiare 5 bedroom* 
with HolM-ia vallaiwe board* and 
lull ’>adement For t;. W> full price 
and a* little aa $5 5»*i down you mu*t 
c-msider thi* opportunity 1^1 * talk 
atiout it phone TOM GIBBS rea 
E\ 2-74*6 GEORGE SBRIGHT re« 
GR 7 M73 N'orthwedtern SecurtMea 
nf Vlrtorta Ltd . EV 54741 


4-ROOM BUNGALOW 

ON 8 LOTS 

Thi* older-type hou«e atanda on 
* ugad dig m parted aaelualoa 
An eirellent value in the land and 
actable for auhdivtdton Pull 

K-.h. $18,500 

Per detail* phone HARRY HOB 
SON EV 5-*741 of Northwentern 
Seeurttte* Ltd of Victoria. 


$1000 DOWN 

MAYBE EVEN LESS 

ESQUIMALT 

3-bedrm atuc^o horn# Redecor¬ 
ated throughout CZ.OOC 
Wired for range 3>OWD 

OAK BAY 

3 bedrm* dan. hum. sit HW 
heat J lota, ieavtew Low taae*. 

$13,950 

Call Mr Rarloewen. Re* EV 4 A633 
or EV 4 71.’* D Hawke* * Co 

JOHN GREENWOOD 

1241 Broad Street 

FOR 

RETIRED COUPLE 

A well loreied four room bungalow 
with no atepo. In the Cerev R.*d 

ssr $4950 

Ptea*e a«k fnr Henn H <pe 
EV I44N Re*. GR 7 2754 

BY OWNER 

City home a room* plua ? bath 
mom* i pataira autte ren'ed for 

Sc r “erma. $9500 

»1* Hudaell St EV .Vm** 

WANT TG LIVE CLQSC t 

have a dandv home •<( 5 large 
»>edrnoma living room and kitchen. 
Half basement. c»wl and w.mrt fur¬ 
nace older type but built like a 
hat'ledhtp \.»t run down but in 
lovely i mdit inn Situated at the 
tnp nf Johnson Street T.Val price 
•7 Vk*. Cali me nr>w John A Dun- 
nu‘ 


BY GW 

Full bn 
D» 'e r 


5-ROOM.W.NGALOW 


J garage Near *cbn»*i *hnp- 

■mg rw> Take reaaonable down 

payment. EV 444M. 


> 'w d'M'llHMI .Tilf-T' I’Hi pi HP 

v*». Call me nmv John A Dun- 
k at Victoria Realty EV 2 *145 
- *i home GR UM 

GON 7 Al.CS DISTRICT NICELY 
dnorated well-maintained 2-hedrm 
t>ungalow wMh BRAND NEW 
PACKAtJED OIL heal, new roof 
and new tv rewired throughout 
SECLUDED ATTRACTIVE GAR 
DEN Asking 19 AVt and II vm 
down, but THY YOUR OFFER 
Thi* one t* GOOD. See it hy calling 
R Tray era Smith at EV 2 4J5S or 
BV A-M.A3 <re* . J. H Whli-ome 
Ar C« 

“ OAK BAY ‘ 

Immediate or-> upanry Three bedroom 
bungalow with charm and character 
Two ’ear* old built m oxen and 
countet t.iR stove Full high ba*e- 
ment with finished laundry room 
.Secluded W. <»n quiet street Mu*t 
he *een to be appreciated Pnce 
II* Vm EV 2 A4M weekday* after 4 
p m Sumlai anytime 

"’ti intt DOWN 

Semi bungalow of three bedroom* 
and full ha»ement on Burnside with 
large extra lot. Seclusion Property 
I* very clean Owner can park 
truck* and keep the boa? Full price 
«n|v M.7.V) Karl Ogitvle. Nnrlh- 
weuern Securities of Victoria Ltd. 
EV NCIII anytime 


MAKE AN OFFER 
Desirable 12 year old home. 3 hed- 
rocm* plua room In basement Urge 
living room kitchen with breakfast 
rook C!u«e to *c bool «hop«. and 
bu« AxkjDC only «1«.7Vi Plea*# call 
Ge..rge "bright EV Vg741 anMtme 
N<-'hwe«tern Securities of Victoria 
Ltd 


Term* Songe JSX 


151 COUNTRY HOMES 
AND PROPERTIES 

VISIT 

"PIERS ISLAND" 

PUBLic TELEPHONE ON 
Winn* Exchange now in¬ 
stalled Enjoy the pa*« ng 
patade of pleasure craft ftom 
your own summer cottage A 
limited number of choice sea- 
front jot* now available Hi 
a* re or larger -- natural park¬ 
land 

S U S N Y SOUTHERN EXPOS¬ 
URE ie*s than a mile from 
Swaru Ba Lot purchasers 
wilt be able to enjoy a 1 Sh¬ 
aria area reeved for recrea¬ 
tion Unsurpassed aea views 
of Colburne Passage Satellite 
Channel and adjoining islands 

PRICED FROM lUVli TO 
n INI ON RASY TERMS -, 
DOWN OR 5', DISCOUNT 

rrm cash for further 

INFORMATION OR BOAT 
TRANSPORTATION FROM 
SWARTZ RAY ON THE 
8AAMSH PENINSULA- 

PH4*NE FRASER BISCOE. 

7vi pandora ave 

EV UM4.t or exes EV MU 


MILL BAY 
SEA VIEW 

Attractive and comtortable fam- 
ilv home with full concrete base¬ 
ment OliO-Matic heat Bigta lo¬ 
cal tan Good water supply On 
approximately M acre* oicelv- 
lardscapad grounds The resi¬ 
dence contain* large living room 
with FP. den with FP and family- 
sire dining room th(ee bedroom* 
and bathroom on main floor. 
Seaement ha* two eitra bedroom* 
laut.drv room and workshop plus 
bathroom Numerous fruit tree* 
There t* also a coay tuest rot tag* 
of three room* and bathroom 
Al*« barn and chicken houaei 
Only '« mil# from Trana-Csnada 
Highway and dose io school* 
Total taking price »27 hOO Term* 
Foi *eafront or tea view home* 
in 'he Mill B*v Cnwtrhao Sav 
or Maple Sav area* romact us. 

ROBINSON AGENT I BN LTD 
3*3 Trunk Road Duncan S C. 
Office Phone 73» 


Saanich Realty 

LTD. 

3443 Qusrt-a at Revnolda 

DEEP COVE 

EXCLUSIVE 

« ACRES 
SI Yiil DOWN 
IjDW TAXES 

2 BEDROOM FAMILY HOME 
OLD RUT* COM FORT ABLE 
QUICK POSSESSION 
GOOD SOIL AND WATER 

at $9,800 


MEARES A WHITE 

SAANICH REALTY LTD 
WE SERVE THE PENINSULA 


I.W DOWN 
1 RKDROOMS 

Ayr-old. full bneernen* home oak 
throughout targe cabinet kitchen 
plus dm ne area Real value. Tm- 
n.a.rjiate condition Senaibic pay. 
men's tl2.Snn F Woods. EV 5-2374. 
D Hawke. A Co . EV 40126 

AN OPPO R T U NITY FOR SOME 
one wtth a large familv to own 
a new modern, home 3-bedroom 
ranch style, with finished bedroom 
In basement and a potential 5th 
bedroom roughed In. also rumpus 
a|*a Large NHA mortgage U.m 
down EV 3M7Slt No agent*, pleaxe 

It* 5b0 CLEAR~TITLE — EXCEL 
lent l4-?r bung. BurnMde-Wascana 
shopping area bu»e* school*. 
LR with TV 2 bedrm*. cheery cab¬ 
in** kit. dining area full b»mt. 
laundry. Ird bedrm garage Hmall 
garden patio, fruit* Minimum 
DP 13 OdO No agent* EV 5-43#a 

RRFNTWOOD »6<bin NEW 3-RED 
room bouse on large lot. nicely 
treed one tilork from bearh Owner 
transferred Tbla I* worth I.H>king 
at James Rimuu GR S-3B23: 
eves W D. MacLeod GR 3-3R01 


aturco. 2 bedrm borne, elector heat 
arid appliatv e* rloae to bua line and 
alore* nice drive in garage nice 
district For particular* phone 
EV 3-4426 

ni • rLEX . - nha sidiTby-side 

Corner Craigflower and stvlet 3 
bedri»im« full baaemenr automatic 
oil Completion Angu*t 1) Phone 
EV 2-2521 Re* EV 4-7S34 

r COOKET . MROdSs S. TURLY 
built Look over outside If inter 
e*ied «ee owner a' 31 Moss for 
appnmtment to inspect m«ide 

BUNGALOW r'ROOMS~ CONDI- 
Hon 1st riasa Very reasonable 
Cash or term* 14W Derby Rd 

gTW DOWN BRAND NEW 2-BED- 
ronm home m choice Langford area 
Hardwood floor* Oil O-Malic heat 
and manv extra* Truly an excep¬ 
tional bus KV 3-4162 

CITY 2 BEDROOM ROUSHS. FIN- 
i* tied and under const ruction g* VW. 
Term* A. M Bonnell Ltd. btulder* 
GR 7 1464 

NEARLY NEW 4-RM BTUCCCX FULL 
h*mt garage sewer oak fir* *1F 
living rm. ftreptace elec kp linnn*. 
term* 2^1 Sim* 

LANGFORdTn F.W 2 BEDROOMS 
oil beat, carport Terms GR AlKVl 

aiDfnrt Rauu. bbtatb 

j a sira u A MS at or *-3e» 


DUPLEX 6 RtTOMS twin DOWN, 
r T73S-, King* R-wd 


151 COUNTRY HOMES 
AND PROPERTIES 


FOR WATERFRONT HOME! 

farm* and businesses ea ail the 
Gulf Islands 

Contact 

BALT SPRING LANDS LTD 
Ph SCL Gangea RC Eve*.. lgT 


BDOKK 4REDRM HOME FOR 
rent or option to buy atvnu 16V* 
acre* land “-“ “ ‘ -- 


PENDER IBLAMO PROPERTY 
Boma*. Da hours fro* Tic tact a 
04r—r if 3-7314 fit TataaraaB 

ATTRATTTVB TREDRM RANCHER 
Rcya! Oak T^ree acre* tl* MD 
Owner. GR 3-44*4 

•mm AMD FB MIM BO L A 

•ardaa Raima Ltd. OR 3-1134 


RANCHER 

ACREAGE PLUS VIEW 

Very attractive 3 bedroom ranch 
type bunaalow onlv 13 min'ite* 
from town L-shaped living room, 
gue*t.*tie dining room cabinet kit¬ 
chen wttJi familv room off cement 
biifmem. oil heai 2-car carport 
“High location with unobstructed 
View 3 acre* A well-built home 
wfh countrv atmosphere 

Full Price $19,500 

An additional 3 acres if desired. 
To inspect please phone 
BERT DAVKIN 
OR 3-1311. EV 2-03SS 

GORDON HULME LTD. 

ROYAL OAK BRANCH 

LANGFORD AND UOLWOOD 
tl DOWN 1 bedroom outage on 
1 at re of land Coay front room with 
fireplace Sheltered surrounding* 
shopping centre close by. Full 
price W-YW 

PARKLAND-1 bedroom cottage nn 
2’t acre* of green grass and shade 
trees Completely fenced and dean 
as a whip An ideal place f«>i a 
riding academv or for people want¬ 
ing pea. e and quiet nf the country 
Full price 34 MM 

GRANT A JENKINS 
Real Estate A Insurance l.td Lang* 
fbrd R C Offic e* GR 4 1726 Res 
GR A-3B16 GR 6-2574 Open all day 
Saturday 

153 WANTED TO §UY 
—HOUSES 


Newport 
Windsor 
Central Ave. 

I'd like to bur a 4 or S-bedroQjp. 
house in this general srea 
Mai be vou haven t thought of 
setllna but your home * rtallv 
too large now that the tamiiv * 
grown un Well mine » too small 
for u* mavbe It would be lust 
right for. you and "u wouldc t 
have to move out of thi* Ideal 
localltv Drop me a line at Vte- 
tmia Pres* Bo* 1717 and let a 
dl»ruv* it I'll to a* high s* 
516 000 ran mu*t*T about $ in 000 
down and nav about HOfl * 
month Including taxe* Let • 

• aie vnu itnd meii well over 

II ooo in rommlsamn* 


GOTTA 

HAVE 
A HOME 


I have Juat aold my client a home, 
and mutt have anntheV before 
arfviol start* again At leant two 
bedroom* full basement in good 
arhord area If vnu must have near 
cash fnr vnur home my client t an 
hux up to 3104MP If no* he would 
go higher Iw prompt aarvice rail 
MAURICE N SMITH anytime 
EV V4741 Northwestern Securities 
of Victoria Limited 


WANTED 

JAMES BAY-FAIRFIELD 

Duplex*hie house, duplex or apart¬ 
ment Nock strut tut ally sound hut 
needing improvement My • lien! 
ha* cash mortgages and proper?x 
wtth which to deal The choice Is 
your* Please call Jim Golbx at 
BV V-4741 anytime Northwestern 
Becunttee of Victoria Limited 

HOMES 

WITH I OR 2 ACRES 

Have a stead* demand for h-unct 
with 1 or 2 acre* of land For iro- 
med.a'e attention and service phone 
HARRY HOBSON of Northwestern 
Brcurdiea of Victoria Ltd EV $-4711 
anytime 


WANTED 
GUEST HOUSE 

Lge exclusive older type home in 
good area zoned for guests cash 
client watting 

Mr* Greax-e*. EV 3-4744 anytima. 
Dnuglaa Realty Ltd 


WANTED 

3 or 1-beoim house B*<) umalt 
district Cash J G Ptihach, 
Half.Wav House EV 5-31*1 


153 WANTID TO BUY 
__ —HOUSIS _ 

2 PRAIRIE 
COUPLES 

WANTED IMMEDIATELY rOR 
THESE PEOPLE WHO HAVE JUST 
• ARRIVED fN TOWS. NEWER OR 
OLDER 2 OR 3 BEDROOM HOMES 
THEY ARE LINING IN AN AUTO 
COURT AND Ml ST LOCATE 
QUICKLY CALL NOW FOR 
IMMEDIATE INSPECTION BILL 
KORPAN WESTERN HOMES LTD. 
EV 321*7 ANYTIME 


154 


pitonmr 

FOR SALK 


154 


PROPERTY 
FOR SALK 


CASH FOR YOU 

Urgent—Warned. Oak Bay home few 
Ottawa client wlv> will be coming 
kt Victoria lo retire verx shortly 

2 or 3 BRs with hear merit up ’o 
13 yn Uraent Please ra|l R F A 
HaYn* EV 3-7U4 rea GR LAP 
Boorman Investment Cb Ltd . 411 
Fart m 

WANTED IN SHELROURNE URT- 
V EMUTY SCHOOL area a 2 or 

3 bedroom house Basement not 
required Price not over Itbiwo 
Cali at once. f ETHEL HARVEY 
EV 34741 Northwestern SmirtUea 
of Vict oria Ud 

wa.1t TO MOVf* 

New arrnala with about »UW cash 
argently need nice ramily borne m 
good district near arhnni and store 
Please <n*i BV S-«4l FRANK 
RICRARDSON- Nor’ h waa terti Securv 
tiee of Virtona L'jl 

WANTED IN JAMES BAY' OR 
Fairfield -2 or 3-bedrneifn gem 
bungalow under 3n -ear* Ra»e- 
meot essen t ial Finnan to *12non 
Lara* rash down pax mam d w. 
•uired Mra Fultom D BUBE 
tha City Brokerage. 


"CASH DEAL" 

FOR $6,000 : $7,00(7 
OLDER HOUSE 

IF YOU HAVE A 2 OR 3 BEDROOM 
HOUSF. W1THJN 1 MILE OF CITY 
CENTRE MY CLIENT WILL PAY 
YOU CA5H FOR IT PLEASE CALL 
VICTOR WONG AT EV 3-2434 OR 
RES. EV33P74 ANYTIME. 

RYRON PRICE 
1314 Quadra Street 


$13,000 CASH 


Retired couple Ihia amount of 
‘ ash and win buy immediately a 
modem 41* or Vroom bungalow in 
Oak Bay or Fairtirld Mu»i have 
basement, oil heat, garage This is 
a genuine enquiry, call mv agent. 
Mr James. Western Home* Ltd . 
EV 2 2137 anytime. 


CASH 


2 bedroom bungalow OAK BAY or 
Fairfield My riienit prefer a »mal! 
ganien with the minimum nf up¬ 
keep ALL CASH up to 113.fife If 
you aie contemplating selling your 
home. I would appreciate a call 
from vou Phon* office EV J-6413 
or Mr* Water*. EV 5 2347 

FRASER BISCOE. 750 PANDORA 


"$3,000" 

IMMEDIATE CASH 

FOR YOUR 2 OR 3 - BEDROOM 
HOME IN GOOD AREA PREFER 
SUBDIVISION MUST »B FOUND 
WITHIN 30 DAYS CALL VICTOR 
WONG EV V2454 OR RES EV 3 »74 
ANYTIME 

HYRON PRICE 
1314 Quadra Street 


SELLING 

Home TOO LARGE 
OR TOO SMALL’ 

We require listing* nn hnm#* m 
Fairfield «r i Inae m. am gr*>d 
dlstric* For quick dependable and 
courteous aervice call c A James. 
P R Rrnwp A Snra Ltd . EV 3-3433, 
re* EV 2-47*7. 


$3500 CASH' 

My client will pay u vm down and 
good mnnthh payment* fnr \out 
2-bedr»*m full naaement house in 
ANY g.>od Inrat top A large living 
room and oil hot-water heating are 
preferre<U Full price not in exceed 
til N»I . Call Mt* Nixnn NOW. 
EV >-4741 Northwestern Serurltie* 
of V let or la Ltd. 


SINCERE 


I desire an older S-RR home wtth 
|*)**e*sion prior to Sept l. *n mv 
children ran get into w hnn| I have 
12 600 down and |7S monlhlv If 
your home quallfie* please call mv 
agent. Mr Rwhardxnn at EV $-4741. 
N”rthweetem Securities of Victoria 
Ltd. 


CADBORO BAY 

Have Client with up to |S (WO down 
pay men’ for a 4-bedroom home, 
preferably In the Cadlmro Ba area. 
Must have full basement, and Im* 
of room for three teen daughters. 
Please call Mr Molyard. EVVSMt 

PEMBERTON HOLMES LTD. 
1WJ Government Street. EV 4-4121 

SCHOOL TEACHER 

Must locale reasonanlv rloae to 
Central Junior High bv Sept l Re¬ 
quire 3 be.’r>»mx will go to FIJivtn 
with is non r P Call my agent. Don 
M<Alh*tei. EV 54741. anytime for 
immediate inspection Northwestern 
Securities of Victoria Ltd 

4 Bedrms—4 Bedrms 

1 have 5 client* who will pay from 
14 1*41 down to all i ash foi 4 bed- 
r<K*m homes valued between 115 nrm 
and l.hfssi If \^ r home is for 
sale please call \ a Fraser at 
EV t 47u5 re* EV S 1751 

FINANCIAL SURVEY LTD. 

SELL FOR CASH 

Investor wants sexeial bungalow* 
fpt rental propose* Must in go<id 
condition and decent are* Below 
1“ *•' Quick inspection Alex Pag. 
EV ,c«741 .ir EV 3-1334 Northwest¬ 
ern Seeurttte* of Victoria. Ltd 4.31 
Yates St 


MY CLIENT A LADY LIVING 
alone require* a nest NO BASF 
MENT bungalow located in Victoria 
City Price >o be about I* 0(10 She 
i* a very nice person and we are 
anxious to ge’ her bleated She must 
move from her present premise* by 
September 21st If you think your 
home might suit her. please call MR. 
FOSTER of Harrv Foster Ltd . 
EV 2-2101 residence EV 3 6328 Thank 
you. 


DO YOU WANT TO SELL YOUR 
. K, . >R an ALL (ASH 
PRICE' I AM AN INVESTOR AND 
5L'J, WWW FOR CASH AND 
THEN RESELL ON TF2RMS I 

will. pay cash for anw 
House providing the price 
is right this ad is genuine 

and ALL REPLIES will BE 

answered Please give ad 

DRESS OF PROPERTY AND 

loweht CASH PRICE ACCEPT 

able to victoria prbbb 

BOX 1713 


I RAVE TWO ANXIOUS CLIENT*, 
one has 13 MM! cash, tha ethei has 
32.non cash Phone me right awav 
if your home can he purchased on 
these terms. Sept 1 possession O K. 
if c|n*e to v bool* Phone l^o 
FMieier at EV 5-4741 immediately. 
Northwestern Securities of Victoria 

l WILL RE PI.EASED TO CALL 
at voui home Ut discus* the best 
means ot telling Very alien we 
can ftraince term saies as all cash 
tor yo May we sit down and talk 
R over? Abaaiuieit no obltgatueL 
Eindl call Leonar., Thomas any¬ 
time ZX 4-7128 'after hour* phone 
FV 3-3448 Dougla* Hawke* A Co . 
B7 a Fort BL 

I RAVE A CLIENT WHO WISHES 
to purchase 4 older homes for rental 
purpose* He will pay you cash for 
your equity if your home has 3 bed 
rooms Immediate action bv pnocing 
DON Mr ALL1STER. EV 3-4741 day 
•r nigh* Northwestern Securities 
Victoria Ltd. 


SHERWOOD OAKS 

SEA VIEW . 

SHERWOOD 

OAKS _ 

TEN MILE 

POINT _ 

CEDAR HILL 

ROAD _ 

SAN JUAN 
(X3RDON HEAD .. 
ESQUIMALT 
DUPLEX ....... 

APARTMENT. 

ESQUIMALT . 

APARTMENT. 

CITY . 


I RAVI I CHILDREN STARTING 
•rhool in September 1 de»lf* g *. 
bedroom home close lo schools end 
??«? » I w*R P*> U0CW cash and 
Bdod monthly payments. If you want 
"K M«iL JOHN 
REALY. EV $47<1 right away. 
By hwseteia aunties of Victoria 


»<ALL ACREAOE WTTH OOOD 
• MB,ch Peninsula tlfHa 
13-mtte circle casta ar terms 
private party Particulars aad 
ghoneasBumber to Ytetaria Frees. 


CLIENT CAN PAY ALL CASK FOR 

duplex or small apartment Jack 
Broan BV 4-4P74 

PEMBERTON HpLMDS LTD 
■B2 Govermn em Steeet. EV 4-413B 

I M STCPME>2i\S rM ‘ U 

REQUIRCD BY- A RELIABLE 
■tarn 3 bedroom home II Sm as 
♦roll payment Will pay up.to tiro 
Per month EV 2 334h 

, TO BOTf BBLL PDTD BKRT 


QUEENSWOOD 
2 ACRES 
$2000 DOWN 

Divided into two one-acre lots. 
Beauttfulu lreed and providing ex¬ 
cellent seclu.led building sites in one 
of Virtona * moet desirable resi¬ 
dential areas. CAORA 

Full price. 

Call Harry Ward EV 2 TT7I 
or office EV 367ft* 

F r oap ert Lake lot. cleared A little 
oxer 1 acre on lake 
side Full price 

Terms ran he arranged To \lew 
call Doug Son r;R 6-M12 or office 
EV V«7ft4 

Frank A Ntartin Agencies Ltd. 
1114 Blanshard Street 


PENINSULA LOTS 

4-MILE CIRCLE 


BOM 

12-MlUE CIRCLE 
H Igh ground. 

Ocean view. 

New suodiv isian. 

Each <* acre |1 6» 

EXCLUSIVEB 


MEARB * WHYTE. 
SAANICH REALTY LTD 

WE BBRVE THB PENINSULA 


3-BEDROOM 
COUNTRY HOME 

Very attractive NHA h>»me ^ 
one acre of wooded property 
Living room 14\in with fireplace 
Dining awn modern kitchen van¬ 
ity bathroom * Tills is a new home 
in top condition with mam extra* 
to ensute comfortable living land¬ 
scaped ground* with lovely lawn* 
flower* ami patio Located on high 
property m residential area near 
Experimental F'arnv This Is truly 
a home to be proud o( Available 

PRICE™ $21,500 

GORDON HULME LTD. 

• Open Saturday** 

Sidney fiR 31154 Res GR 33 46* 


PAT BAY HI WAY 
SVi ACRES 

Fenced corner location, all In mead¬ 
ow and orchard Barn outbuilding 
t rented i and older 3rm house on 
property About 4 mile* from po»t 
offl<e. near Brpvrr Lake Your op- 
port unity to purchase this excellent 
location In this fast growing area 
for only tlft 750 Further details from 
Ross Hartnell . EV 334330-. re* 
EV 36gT2 P R. Brown A Sona Ltd. 


WATERFRONT 

METCHOSIN 

136x600 

$5000 

Call Jim Hans * FV 34414. 
office EV 3*771 

BROVAN KROS AGF.Nf 'F.S LTD. 
1128 Blanshatd St 


BYRON PRICE 

5214 QUADRA STREET 

LOT CENTRE 

The laigest choice of better Mt 

In Virtona. 

$4750 
_ $2950 
$2250 
$1350 
.... $1350 
. $2750 
$2950 
.... $2950 
... $>350 


All lot* are either sewered' or 
percolation tested Thev are ideal 
building sites and NHA-approved 
Call any of our representatives now 
at EV 5 24*4 anytime 


Ten Mile Point 

SEA VIEW 

Bv ellent sea view !<d*. 

Price 32.730 ea. h 

Contact Charles Gidd EV 32434. 
res EV 4 1A4H 
BYRON PRICE 
_1314 Quadra Sneet 


GORDON HEAD 

13 arret suitable lor subdlvUtea. 

location Vantretgbt Dn»e 

C*ll wa-woa Hark. Ret ET 3-31T1 

CORDOVA BAY 

3 kweiv war erf mat lota # cr\r\r\ 

Per lot 55000 

CHERRY POINT 

I>t tJ 4 i*l 134-ft wai*Tf rontaae 

^..: u "™ r $56oo 

TOFINO 


FAIRFIELD 

Very attractive 4-rm semi buata- 
low LR 33x14 dining rm 13x11 
Ultra-modern kitchen, 
bedrm 


ZONED FOR 
20-SUITE APT. 

One of ine moe*-sough* artcr pie* e* 
0/ ptoperty in Esquimhlv close to 
Nnden and Dockyard 4 to#* joining 
each other each lot MC aaa 
goxljn F'ull price -p I J,UUU 
This will not last long. Hroxiud 
Blake EV 2-7157 ree. EV 2-471*. 
Western Homes Ud. 

~l6t — 

QUALITY LOT SALTAm CRF..6 . 
APP IfWHl'X* EX VIEW PR EM 
IUM AREA TERM5- -FULL PRICE 
12 468 

Please call Rnv McGillivray or Geot 
Clark EV 2-3187 anytime Western 
Hornes Ltd 

rLARGE 6EA.6ir>F I.OTB * 
Overlooking beautiful Rrer-w-ood 
Bay Just 1<»> yards from the 
water. These lots are <m piped water 
line *2(i8n takes the two lots, 
Call Cant Karnes* An. borage Boat- 
bouae Brentwood GR 4-1771 

• 4 503 

Apt site for 13 bachelor unite ad¬ 
joining downtown motel sone Im¬ 
mediate vicinity Parlladfrnt Build¬ 
ing* land values raoldlv ap- 
preclatlng Kindly phone owner. 
KV 3-7433 or EV J-MI3 eve* 

WATERFRONT LOT 
IrthtaoP on sandv beacr Cement 
aea wall 7n«'al'ed More de*aila 
from I^e Hallberg eve# F2V 31510 
KING REALTY 

80 * Brough ton St RV 32123 

*28 DOWN 

RMLD NOW COL WOOD LOTS 
Beautiful Tree* anme budding site* 
cleared 

HOOKE ACREAt.E lake fronUtge, 
large alream water fal<* himung 
ftahing GR vxtjx 

DAIRY~FAJOi ' mmm 
laanlrb — Stock and equipment. 
40 tong ha 37 acre*, cleared. 
George Dtckasor *>es R\ 30443 
KING REALTY 

3ft* Brought on St EV 2/131 

SUIT VL A. - BRENTWOOD 8 
rooms, basemen* ijkiu jscres tax.* 
tree* Near srtvW* atores City 
ermvenienre* 312 Vm Rrentwood 
Properties Lid. 773* W Saanich 
Rd GR 4-1452 

BUIIDTNO LOTS 6RAAPPROV- 
#d city light and water close ta 
schools and shopping centre* low 
down payment Grant A Jenkins 
Real Estate OR 1-173* 

ABOVE WHITTY g 1 A GOON 
Beach in Olympic View Terrace 
One lot wl*h »•• view Water and 
»W BW K»e« *v j 1444 

RHAWMGAN L A Kt COTTAGE 
writh waterfront. Light and wafer 
Some furniture Apptv Shawmgan 
Lake Rr«t Rental 

BF.AVKR ~AND FXE LAEE AJUEA 
on Hailburton R. ad Lot for sale. 
UA xim EV 2-7454 


ten. 3 larro 

$13 500 


CADBORO BAY 

Large lot. 72*133. C07RA 

Lauder R wd DKJ 

GENTLEMAN'S 
COUNTRY HOME 

Attractive 3-boom stucco hunsalow. 
situated on 3 1-3 acres, beauitfuliv 
landscaped ground* well treed 
with dogwood marie* and cedat*. 
olua charming small guest house 
Lee ot ton Bent* Clara Avenue. Elk 
Lake 

Por further ItarbrmaUon call 
Mr Clarke res. RV 3 *171 

P. R. Brown & Sons Ltd. 

733 PORT STREET 


WATERFRONT 
PROPERTY SALE 

Beautiful 31 a. res 
Sloping N snd N B. 

With forgeou* view 
Of Btrai: of Oeorcia. 

Ruver on hand 

«--- -Foe house, bidg‘ and 
Bix acre* at 139.503. 

Full price 1* *35 <*«3 
Which nun be cash. 

This leave* 1ft acre* 

With 593 ft waterfront 
Por subdivision or private use 
Neighboring 7S ft lota 
Bold for »J M»3 each 

C. B M> ALL1BTBR A HUNT 
Prone 3371 Qualtcum Beach 


SOOKE LOTS 

UP to 1 acrf: 

EASY TERMS 
PRICE EVP TO *•**. 

Ruth E Hut» he*€m EV 4-631*. 

GR x-3533 

C V MONTAGUE CO LTD 

TEN MILE POINT 

15 g.Mid lou. View and waterfront, 
from ' t •«» 

For I he best »ele«ii«n call 
P. G .la< k*<>n F.V .V*r7M anytime. 
Douglas Rrajtv Ltd 

A BARGAIN 

FOR SALE WILL TAKE 31 
small down payment Good lot. 
trout x? 1 earn lumber for building. 
a«*h doors, etc. Foundation started. 
All in«8uded City water light 
K V 3-6775 

« |B »i v. 

NHA building lot* Brentwood on 
Elliott Drive near the Gardens Low 
down payment our sign. L W 

Jenkins, eve*. p»*<>ne GR 7 11JT. Kirg 
Real) 

SKA VIEW LOT GORDON HEAD. 
Approx 100 ft ea side in an area 
of exclusive home* Price S3 nnn 
L lenklns rxe* GR 7 1127. King 
Real?i EV 2 2131. 

RICHMOND AT COLLEGE 
l-arge. Level Lots TS xlS? 1 v 
12 2*i*i -a* b. Panoramic view ol ctly. 
r N. MONTAGUE CO 

* 

FOR SALE—LOTS 13 AND 14. END 
of Townoend Drive, on right Vklfl 
each Art Yells. KV S-5t«6 or Robert 
Mitchell EV 5 4473. Harry Foster 
Ltd KV 2 2101 

SELL OR TRADF. EQUITY F«>R 
property, bungalow, or mortgages, 
a duplex in Fairfield. No agent* 
please EVV1437 


155 


PROPERTY 

WANTED 


CHOICE LOTS THETIS HEIGHT* 
Subdivision Apnlv A H Phelp* 
BH MUlatream Rd OK 3 -3373 

WATERFHOHT LOT 114 xlW 
Olympic View Subd'iswn Albert 
Head jhatne t GR 9-270* 

ONE LOT V)xl3D HAWTHOPNE 
Street Saanich Phone Cobble Hill 
17X4 

CHOICE TREED CORNER LOT. 
« mo A I t B»smell Ltd GR 7 1434 

two t, acre lots ate* each! 

Weder Ave EV 2-3651 

ill BAAHmL 

r~]Ar ttES~MDCUTBION KAPFT 
^—>6 891 W— GR WtlH - 

OIDAR HILL LARGE HIGH LOT. 

Ma nr*. C2 Ml EV FJH 


SMALL FARM 
WANTED 

My clients own a two-\ear-old thtee- 
hedroom home in Saanich and will 
sm hange for y<Hir faun if located 
with.n 15 miles of Victoria The 
home they offer is mo%l attractive. 
Haidwood floor* throughout Large 
living room with excellent ftrepiare. 
“(. shaped dimng room vnth view 
over Sooke Hills, spotless elect tic 
cabinet kitchen wired for range, 
thiee hednaim*. full basement Oil- 
O-Matic heat, drive in garage G»»«d 
TV reception Located pear schools, 
surt'Kinded by other new homes. 
Ersrhanae equl'les now and get set¬ 
tled before winter makes your farm 
hard to sell. I’?ice difference* of 
eqtidv values can be *et'led in rash. 

CALL ERIC A MACFADYEN 
Northwestern Securities of Victoria 
Ltd KV 5-4741. 24 hr service. 


5 TO 28-ACRE PARCEL. IS U.F*R- 
d<>n Head with or without home. 
Temberton. Holmes.Ltd EV 4-4124. 
10*i- Government Siteet 

; yolTmay juve~valuable tlm 

her on your ptrrperly. Will buy 

I separately U.F' - 

156 ACREAGE FOR SALE 
AND WANTED 

3 ACRES WES'to iaanich road 
past Brentwood Lovely setting. 
Well treed. B* gain at |17Vt Also 
ad in mg 2 acres for *l.»So 5.g 
acres «loae to Butchart* Sloping 
land Kasx to clear In berrv heit 
Only U F5n Terms. R Harris 
EV 2-4231 anytime J. H Whit tome 
A to _ _ 

PAT RAY HI-WAY BEAUTIFUL 
1% acre* of sea view TIT on 
road Surveyed Half cash at ftt W 
R Hat ns fcv 2 425ft anytime J H 
Whit*.«me A Co 

rACRES SLOHO DOWN AT •.SOB 
Trees and ro«-k Good building site 
R Harnx EV 4 3877 J If Whit- 
t.mie a <*ft LW F.V 2-47M 

FIVE”ACRE* HEAI TIFl’l. FIRST- 
growrih forest secluded fnr estate- 
type home or tnxestment. ms.de 
Smile circle view 35 V*i reason- 
aide terms Owner OK S-44M 

WANTED ACRERAGE WITHIN 
half hour * i\e of downtown Vic¬ 
toria aith or without buildings 
GR <*4ri7* 

BFAFHONT NEARLY 44 ACREB 
1 hr from Vlrtorta No agent* Por 
detail* Victoria Press, Bos 4g« 


157 COMMERCIAL 
PROPERTIES 

DO YOU— 

HAVE A CORNER 
PROPERTY THAT YOU 
THINK WOULD BE, OR 
IS, A GOQD COMMER¬ 
CIAL PROPERTY SUIT¬ 
ABLE FOR A SERVICE 
STATION’ IF YOU 
WANT TO SELL IMME¬ 
DIATELY AND HAVE 
IMMEDIATE SERVICE, 
PLEASE PHQNE ME . . 

H BITTER MAN, AT 
EV 5-6741. NORTH- 
WESTERN SECURITIES 
OF VICTORIA LIMITED. 


158 FARMS POR SALI 
AND WANTED 

lmmaculott 110-Acre 
Seafront Stock Farm 

M.ulern home, going concern JT 
miles from Victoria AVAILABLE 
TD RENT 3 nr Syear term Stork 
equipment and furniture available 
for purchase Good propnsttion for 
auttable tenant 

DOl’GLAS GAGE EV3-4R1S 

PEMBERTON. HOLMES LTD. 
1002 Government Street KV 4-S1J3 

“FARM for rent 

12-acre larbi with good lymu- IS 
tsunute* from efty Ca ll OR ft-M.tl 

FYtR FAST SALE' BM ACRES 
of the mat desirable land on the 
Saanich Peninsula Situated in the 
fertile Mount Nevrion Valley with 
southern slope and beautiful view. 
8mnm bouse with 2 unfinished 
room* Building suitable f.ir t«m. 
•tr:. 29\ with Duroid roof and 

cement foundation No post* We 
immediately 

Ertnnu w. J Peters 1413 Mount 
Newton Crossroad. SaanirMon. B.C. 
Fveniitgi^ or Thursday and Sunday 

FULL r " EQUITPEP POULTRY 

farm for sale or lease Acrnaamo- 
Jtetion fnr 3 W» layers 3 bedroom 
■" *• *-«• 


154 FARMS FOR SAU 
AND WANTID 

KAKM 

IS mins from ’oxm-wtn sell part 
qr panel rt Approx jn ar:r» nf 
n gn and : o- land Irrrgan-e. prtwt 
aorre bush 3 yearVnuMwetls autre 
ms*it praasure system which *u»- 
pf'-es rtie house and »xro cortapr* 
on pgopart also waters 13 head 
af stock Barn mr IS to 3* bead rt 
rattle Dairy cturRgi, mum ana 
several rther utility hut!dings 333 

S53k. v «LTT rZIttg 


Just put your finger 
on the phone and dial 
EV 2-3131, EV 3-4111 
or Duncan 1600 and 
ask for the Classified 
Advertising Dept. 


The ad taker who 
answers will be happy 
to help you write a 
low - cost ad to sell 
the things around the 
house that you no 
longer use or need. 


That's all there is to 
it! Results come 
quickly when you use 
Classified Ads to sell 
the things you don't 
need to get extro cash 
for the things you do 
need. 


NOTHING 

IS 

EASIER 

THAN 

PLACING 

A 

FAST 

RESULT 

CLASSIFIED 

AD 

TELEPHONE 
EV 3-4111 
OR 

EV 2-3131 
OR 

DUNCAN 

1600 


Peters 

Rites 

Tuesday 


DUNCAN -Kdwerd Petere, 
a Polish born logger Bt 
Cowichan Lake and 1WA mem¬ 
ber for more than 20 years, 
will be buried here Tuesday. 

He died Friday in King's 
Daughters* Hospital after a 
lengthy illness. 

The popular Glenora remi- 
dent lived in Ihe district for 
24 years. He was employed 
by B.C. Forest Product* Ltd. 
at Honeymoon Bay for moat 
ol the Ihtm*. Mr. Peter* retired 
because of illness two years 
ago. 

AFTERNOON MTKft 

Rev. H. Thielmann will offi¬ 
ciate at the service starling 
at 2 p.m. in the Hirst funeral 
chapel. Burial will take placa 
in Mountain View Cemetery. 

Surviving are hi* widow, 
Natalie; three son*. Albert at 
Revelstoke and Ronald and 
Raymond, of Duncan; three ' 
daughter*. Mr*. N. Ernest Pol- 
nau and Mr*. Lillian Lindherg, 
both of North Surrey, and 
Mrs. L. Tucker at Hoverdale; 
10 grandchildren and a sister. 

Gang Kicks 
Teenager 

VANCOUVER (CP) — A 
gang of 14 youths kicked ona 
16-year-old boy unconscious 
and beat another kfter drag- • 
ging them from a parked car 
near the exhibition grounds 
here Saturday. 

Terry McGarvey was re- 
ported in satisfactory condi¬ 
tion in hospital suffering un¬ 
disclosed injuries. John Gould 
was released from hospital 
after treatment for cuta and 
bruises. 

The hoys refused to identify 
theiy attackers. 

Police said the gang ap¬ 
proached their victim* and 
demanded to he taken to a 
dance. When refused, they 
dragged the boys from th9 
car and assaulted them. Me- 
Garvey's parents, also in tht 
car. were not molested. 

GRKATta VICTOBIA WATE* 
DISTRICT 

at rri.r or road or soar 

Scaled tenders for the delivery and 
supply of on# ro*d grader unit will be 
accepted up to noon of Friday Septem¬ 
ber 4. 1154 Further Information avail¬ 
able at this office. 

The lowe»t or any tender not neces¬ 
sarily accepted 

R A. UPWARD. 

Chief Commtaaloner. 

Tenders are invited by th« 
Naval Veterans’ Branch No. 42. 
Canadian Legion. 1417 Broad 
Street. Victoria. B.C.. for the 
painting of the upper floor and 
entrance to their premises. 

Tendering parties to contact 
the Secretary Manager at 
above address. All tenders to 
be in secretary’s office August 
15th instant. 

OtH BAY Mt'VK IPALITY 
PAVING—ISM SECOND PRIM. RAM 
lb, 141 *Q YDS. 

Tenders are called for the ■ bore 
work, closing noon August 17. IIS3. 

Plans and specification* bit bo 
obtained at the Eengtneer's Office. 
Municipal Hall Oak Bay 1C on pay¬ 
ment of a deposit of ft M Bid 
bond nr cheque 13%. Performance 
bond SO', 

Lowr«t or any tender not necessarllf 
accepted 

The succesxful tenderer will be re¬ 
quired to enter into a contract 

O O WHITK. 
Municipal Engineer. 

LAND REGISTRY ACT 
Seeltea 131 

In the matter of MYRTLE 1BOREL 
SANDS and Certificate ot Title 334- 
331 -I and Lot 1333 and the Easterlp 
33 feet of Lot 1331 Victoria Cliy 
Ptoof having been filed in my office 
ni the loss of said Certificate 1 here¬ 
by give notice of my intention, at tha 
•apiration of one calendar month from 
the first publication hereof, to issue to 
the obQvf-named a Provisional Certifi¬ 
cate of Title in lte« of such loot Cer¬ 
tificate 

Any person having information with 
reference to such l««t Certificate la 
requested to communicate with the 
undersigned 

Dated thia Slat day of July. 1353 at 
the Land Registry Office. Victoria. B C. 

J V DlCARTRJ. Registrar. 
Victoria Lend Registration 
District 

NOTIC E TO CREDITORS 
WILLIAM ARTHCR HALL, fermerly ol 
Gallon* laland. HI . DECEASED 

NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN thal 
creditors and other* having claim# 
against the estate of the above de¬ 
ceased are hereby required to send 
particulars thereof to the executor 
named hereunder ot $33 West Pender 
Street Vancouver 3 BC on or before 
the 13th day of September 1343 after 
which dote the executor will distribute 
the said estate among the parties en¬ 
titled thereto having regard only to 
the claims of which It then has notice. 
THE ROY Af. TRUST COMPANY, 
Executor 

By DOtJOLAB 0YMES 4k 
BRIRRENDEN 
Its Solicitors. 

SHERIFF'S SJU1 

Under and kt virtue of Warrants of 
Eaarutton issued out of Email Debts 
Court of Victoria and County Court of 
Yalfc and to me directed against 'he 
aom* and chattel* of VERNF PRtEHEH. 

I have setaed and will sell by public 
auction * the Sheriff* Office Court 
Hnu*e Victoria B C nn Wednesday, 
the 12th day of August 13*3 at the 
hour of II 03 o cio#4t in the forenoon 
One Oxford Redan 

Terlfll^f Sole. Ca»h plua 3% Ba ae 
Te» 

Por furthar particulars apply ta MM 

undersigned 

* wn.KINRON 

Bher.ff. County of Victoria. 
Sheriff's Oft.ce, 

Court Mouse 
Victoria BC . 

August 4 1343 

TENDKRM FOR ADDITION 
PVBL44TT Y Bt BEAT 

Sealed leaders for above addressed 
to the Secretary of the Board of Di¬ 
rectors Victoria and Island Publicity 
Bureau e/a Ctty Purchss ng Depart¬ 
ment. Roam 13 Ctty Hall Victoria. 
B C will he received up until noon 
on Prlday August 33th I3ft3 
Plan* specification* and farm af 
tender may be obtained from the 
Office of the Planning and Inspection 
Division City Hall It la to be noted 
that alternative tenders are required 
insofar a* the heating arrangements 
are concerned 

Tender* must * ha marked “Tenders 
for Publicity Bureau Addition and 
be accompanied by a certified deposit 
cheque equal to 18% of the total 
amount of tender mad* payable lo 
the Cttq Treasurer 
The iowest or any tender will not 


Ctty Hal! Vienna. B.C- 
August 7tR. .443. 




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LIVESTOCK 

SUCTION 

SOLE 

Saturday, August IS 
at 1.30 p.m. 

Having received instructions 
from MR BILL REID, of West 
Saanich Road, near Prospect 
Lake; 

I will offer his entire herd 
of high producing Holstein 
cows and heifers. Five cows 
due to freshen by the time of 
sale. One cow produc ing 75 
lbs. per day. Twenty two cow 
stanchions, ten water bowls, 
two-unit Surge milking ma 
chine, eight ten gallon milk 
cans, wall cooler. Fairbanks* 
Morse electric pump and pres 
sure tank. etc. 

TERMS-CASH 

Thomas J. Boyles 

Livestock Auctioneer 
Phones: Duncan 1145 

Res., C obble Hill 175 

"Sales Conducted Anywhere i 
on V.I.” 

Please Note: Our weekly 
sale at the Duncan Auction 
Rooms will he 10.30 Satur¬ 
day, Aug. 15. 


Police Held Her Back 

‘My Husband’s in There’ 
Wife Cries Near Blast 

ROSEBURG, Ore. (AP) stopped the car and got out plosive in another truck blew 
• Mrs Dentiis Tandy a t0 P ut out fire - telling his U P with a roar, 
young housewife, told' Sat- *° call the fire depart Power lines fell around her 

urdav how her I9-vear-old m< * nt rnd *P« rks new ,or ! 

b ..Kknd HinH In a She. drove to a nearby all ninutes. After the wires, 

which Willed "‘ght iiiiing station to turn in stopped sparking t she leaped 

trous explosion w hit h killed lhe a j arm an( j jj r0 v® back to out of the car and ran to j 

at least 10 others and hp j hcr husband. some police who had driven 

wrecked a large area of j AST time up. 

Roseburg s business dis- **j drove around the block. She shouted over the roar 
trict. past the building. The last that her husband was in the 

Mrs. Tandy said her hus- time I saw my husband he lire. Police said they had to 

hand was the first to discover had an axe in his hand and hold her to keep her from run* . 
a fire in trash cans outside was trying to break into a n»ng closer, 
the Gerretsen Building Supply truck." apparently in an at WIDOW VOLI NTEERED 
Co early Friday. tempt to move it. she was driven to her 

They were on their way She then drove to a nearby mother's home. Later in the 
home from a visit with Mrs. parking lot. As she turned to { |„ v Mrs. Tandy, who Is preg- 
'’'andv's mother. Tandy look hack, the six tons of ex nan t. called the hospital to 


Confectionary Cools 
Cabbie’s Conscience 

NEW \ OKK (AIM—Soda pop Is free In Gerald 
I^TWfnthal's taxi. 

So are cigarets. candy, ( hewing gum and magazines. 

The soft drinks are in a cooler In the front seat 
next to the driver. The rest is in a wooden rack hang 
Ing from the rear of (he front seat. 

l.owcnthal. a 41-> ear-old Brooklynite, aayx higher 
tips cover the cost of the service. 

He adds, however: 

"I find that being nice and helpful may not always 
pay off financially, but It makes my conscience easier and 
It helps me sleep better at night.” 


Filming Shows in London 


Instructed by the Mont real 
Trust Co. on behalf of Dr. A. ! 

F. Mahaffy, we will sell 

THE WELL-KEPT 

FURNITURE and 
FURNISHINGS 

At the Residence, 

2880 Reach Drive 

TUESDAY—1.30 

Such as: 5-Piece Chest. Ste 
•lip covered in English Floral 
Linen; a Matching Indies’ 

Chair; Love Seat in grey tapes-1 
try; Nest of Mahogany Tea 
Tables; Pr. Brass Base Tri 
Lamps; Mahog. Lamp Table 
with Figured Brass Tray Top; 

N.E. Console Radio Phono 3- ! 

•peed; Toureg Knife; Egyptian 
and Belgian Congo Carvings; 

Brass and Copper Pieces. 

Choice Antique Oak Refectory 
Dining Table. Circa 1750 with 
Draw Ends, size 3’xfi* extend ! 

Ing io 9’6”; Fine ,m»I of 6 Cus- , 
tom-Made English Style Oak 
Dining Chairs; a 5’ Carved Oak 
Sideboard; Set of Sterling Flat 
ware; 4-Piece Sterling Tea 
Service; Set of 12 Fine Fruit 
Knives and Forks; I^arge Eng¬ 
lish Silver Plated Tea Tray; 

Misc. Table Sliver and Plate; 

Pr. Cut Glass Decanters and 
others; 12 Pewter Mugs. etc. 

Carved Oak Jacobean Style 4’ 

Gent’s 7 Drawer Desk; Carved 
Oak Oval D.L. CU Coffee 
Table; 2 Leather Den Easy 
Chairs; Set of Encyc. Britan- 
nlca; Books on Gardening; 

Birds, etc. Shod Wave Port 
able Radio; Mantel Radio; 

Elna Elec. Port Sewing 
chine; Atco Power Mower; 

Wheelbarrows; Exten Ladder; 

Garden Tools; etc.: Pr. Alum. 

Garden Lounges with Uann- 

Icets’* "quIuv’ Shelds^tl.inrn^ Honored with instructions then in the Northwest terri 
»tr ■' Twin Bedroom Suite in I»°fn the executors of the tories. Mr. Taylor began work 
T«.NM.h7S Simmon! estate of the late While .till In hi, teen, a, a 

Beautyrest Mattresses; Pair) Mrs. Anna M. Parr teacher at an Indian mission in 
Mahog. Finish Twin Beds with , iu™, i, Poplar Point. Man. 

S F. Mattresses; etc ; Hoover 2400 , * a< n ,mxp He entered Alberta College 

Vacuum: Hoover Elec Floor wc will sell her nearly new in Kdmonton in 1910 to study 


volunteer her help for the in¬ 
jured. 

Another eyewitness was Sam 
Goxso. a city policeman. He 
said he went to the Acene of 
t h e fire. 

This looked Just like a 
minor alarm, just some rub* 
rush alongside the building. 

1 no sooner stepped out of the 
tar than I heard someone 
holler: ‘Get the hell out of 
here, that dynamite Is going to 
blow 

The next thing I, knew, I i 
came to about a hundred feet 
away. The blast had hurled 
me and the police car against 
a wall . . . there was a tower¬ 
ing hall of flame as high as I j 
could see." 



t Bails ColmtiBt Valeria, 1C, Sou tag. I, ItSt 

THE VOICE 
OF ONE 

By REV. DR. KRA.VK 8 MORLE1 



Rings Make Him l nsinkahle 


While ho floats on the water of a swimming pool in 
Wiesbaden, West Germany, swimming instructor 
Rolf Hasselmann is demonstrating inflatable plastic 
rings that slip on legs and arms to make anyone 
unsinkable. Shown at a Sports Articles Fair, the 
rings can be carried in a pocket. 


“What is your greatest problem In evangelism ?** 
someone asked Moody-. "My greatest problem at the 
moment,” said Moody with a twinkling eye, “is that two 
of my workers are quarreling which.name should be 

in bigger print.” •- - 

Dr William Barclay aay* lhe Laat Supper. The disciple* 
that the strange thing is that disputed among thcmaelve* 
there is more argument about who should be greatest. Jesus, 
precedence, more concern knowing He had come from 
about people's places in the God and went to God. took a 
church, than anywhere else, towel and began to wash the 
Not so. There Is great concent disciples' feet.** 
everywhere for precedence. Here you have a remarkable 
That Is what’s wrong with the contrast between the Son of 
world. V God and most of us. In thia 

Nevertheless. It has been action Jesus turned the world a 
true that In the church, too values upside down Very few 
right from the beginning, people recognize how radical 
jealousy has been a problem this is. Perhaps He turned 
Luke and John tell a story’ of values right side up! 

Had They Learned Nothing? 

A character in a play* said anothers’ feet. The acene 
"Here we are. the only animals would be funny if it weren't 
given human speech, snarling , tragic They would rather sit 
n? each other." One would with dirty feet, uncomfortable 
think it would ©reek Jesus* and smelling, rather than five 
heart. Had the disciples learn another precedence' 


LUNDS 

ESTATE 

AUCTION 

TUESDAY, 7.30 P.M. 
3 Cart — Motorcycle 
I9S6 Oldsmobile 
2-Door Hardtop 

t Power Steering and Brakes, 
Radio, exceedingly low 
reservei 

I9S5 Ford 
Fordor 

Good Condition 

1953 Vauxhall 
"Wyvorn" 

t Radio • Five New Tires) 

German (N.S.U.) 
Motor Scooter 

—tElectric Start. Stoplight, 
Dipper Switch. 120 Miles 
to Gallon) , 

On View 

from 9.00 a.m. Monday 


ed nothing? At this holy place, 
in thia most critical hour, they 
were snarling about position! 

Don’t we? Aren't our finest 
ventures, our most needy en¬ 
terprises. destroyed by per 
sonal vanity, personal animos 
Ity? Some of the best things 


The seven deadly sins aie 
all represented here *— pride, 
envy, malice, despair, greed, 
lust and anxiety. Nathaniel, 
the educated, proud of nation¬ 
ality and class; John was 
wealth) and wanted to be first 
in the Kingdofn. His brother 


Wayne and Shuster Bask 

I 

Unburned in Bright Lights 


LONDON (CP) — The sign "Look. Frank! That must' 
1 outside the building says Chel- mean we're Method players!" 
sea Methodist Church. One flight up. the cast waits. 

Comedian Johnny Wayne A chorus boy lies on a 
blinks and turns to sidekick stretcher, smoking. A Scots di 


Shuster. 42. stocky, unflam 1 years ago. a British critic ap- 
boyant, without a tempera plauded their "manic trans 
mental bone in his body, plays *Hantic zing." But the local 


in church and community are James would destroy a whole 
destroyed by personal vanity. Samaritan village; Philip was 
In those days the slops were covetoua; Matthew had been a 
dumped into the street so the person of lust and selfishness 
disciples would come in with and life was a continual fight 
their feet filthy. Probably against recurring temptation; 
they took turns washing one Thomas, anxious and troubled. 

He, Too, Must Be Baptised 

Peter had a touch of all only way from the human to 
seven sins yet had a gift of the divine.” When we make 
seeing under the surface of ourselves the centre then we 
things. Peter saw that Jesus are separated from God. but 

! did more than merely washing joined to God we have power. 


the boxer who wants to be 


Frank Shuster. 


their feet This was the admis¬ 
sion into the church, the sacra 
ment of baptism. Like anyone 

wheeling approach, seems a P J SP ’ *** r^Dk^todav 

little baffled. How did these N a " y P ™ d JEv*** 
claim that they don t ne*d to 


cast, watching their free 


Rev. Rov Taylor 


rector, with thin body and i somebody. 

thick accent, glances nervously GAG MAN j chaps get their big reputation” # . 

at his watch A platinum | Wayne. 41. quicksilver)) Not a line appears In the * 4 ™ urch * th * y ° 

blonde, suntan set off by• alert, the eternal gag man. | papers about their visit. 


Missionary 
Visiting 
St. Aidatrs 


, United Church will be Rev. 
Roy Taylor, an Alberta mis* I 
Kionary and former deputy- 
speaker of the Albertis legis- 
lature. 

Born In Sunnyside. Alta. 


tongue (ripping to keep pace Nobody asks for autographs 
with a churning mind. Imper and the headwalter at lunch 
sonates the Italian father set says he's sorry, the tables in 
on having his son a musician, the patio are taken. 

The Canadian comedians LATE SUCCESS 


scoop front sleeveless jumper 
and flame orange skirt, glides 
through a dance routine, hum¬ 
ming. 

TAKE OVER 

In this setting, where ma flew to London early in July This causes no grief Success L^fYurrenrUr 
tronly women meet Monday tp make films for commercial came late to the Canadians and 

(nights for charitable causes, television, mostly British, ver- they .4>lay it cool. Shuster 

order is soon wrought out of sions of shows thev have done would prefer to do the job. 

Guest preacher for both shapelessness. Wayne and in Toronto and New York, take the money and go home, 

services today at St. Aldan s Shuster. Canadas top comedy, Local references have to be leaving the hoopla to those 

team, take over authoritatively, changed—Eaton’s basement he who like it. 

Briskly they run thVough lines 1 comes Petticoat Lane- and as They're an unusually self- 
from “Bell. Book and Canvas.” sorted Anglicisms amended contained partnership. They 
a parody of Clifford Odets' It’* their second London write their own gags and their 
"Golden Boy.** i, visit. When they were here two own * onR * and they walk 

" I around without the usual show 

Warren Wonder* 


need baptism. 

Egoism Is the basic sin. 
People are always claiming 
their rights, looking out for 
themselves — selfishness -- 
self centredness — self Indul¬ 
gence. The great virtue la 


St. John of the Cross said 
Absolute self giving is the 


We also are joined to our 
fellow men. 

"He who would he greatest 
among you shall be servant 
of all.” So Kagawa. the great 
Japanese saint of our day. said 
"God is love. I will proclaim 
this until I die. Where love 
is, God la.” 

"Holding a beggar * child 
against my heart 
Through blinding tears 

I see 

That as I love the tiny, 
piteous thing 
So God loves me.” 


Polisher; Usual Complement 
of Kitchen Needs, ete. 

ON VIEW 
MON., 2 TO 9 

Tues. !• a-m to Sale Tims 
<LM) 

Urrunedtate Removal as House 
Sold) 


FURNISHINGS 
AND EFFECTS 

Living Room: 2-Piece (nwinm 
UphoM 


business retinue. Yet they 
savor success with a gourmet's 
slow satisfaction. 

SCHOOL HAYS 
A unit since high school 
days in Toronto they got to¬ 
gether in second form Aft Har- 
bonl Collegiate Wayne and 
Shuster plan to stay put, 
J though the profit and honor 
I for these two prophets long 
without honor came mostly In 
New York. After T> middling 

the time, he was minister of wondering sometimes w h y | "~»oh"dear ” said Mr Warren - ^ -9 anad *' ,hry c,ir * ced 


BBC Boo-Boo 

Moves Princess 

Victoria tourist commiaioner | put their address on 


1 for an arts degree, but his 
studies were interrupted by 
the First World Wife 
Mr. Taylor graduated from 
the college In 1930 with a de¬ 
gree of doctor of divinity. At George I. Warren can’t help package. 


Upholstered Chesterfield Suite t V'“ * ... " ' "Oh dear.” said Mr. Warren ©n Ed Sullivan’s show 

withCushions and Occasional First United Church in Leth some of the millions of maps yeaterday .*a nd t0 thlnk j wa s Now they bask in the bright 
Chairs to match. Convertos. bridge. 0 f Vancouver Island he has , . „ tti _ ov#r that article h»m. 

,■■■■■■11111 Set of five matching Walnut He served as a member of wnt all over the world don’t I rL„i r .* vrfi v? h, *v* burned. 

4 ■ ■■■■■■■■■• v|t>|orUn Occasional Chairs, the Alberta legislature from ^ t0 the r£ht hands. I 2 ^ bu * Toroato 

_ , , . urge size Ten Wagon in wal- tn r ^ ni nanaB * couver was the capital of Bnt- nicer. “It's an ivory tAwer. but 

, an * nut* Nests of 5 Tea Tables. 19 ^ r t ° Ta 1 ^' . nr .. ^ * Mr W«rren’s more ish Columbia." the viewft good," thev say. 

most of the furnishings from p eno< i stvlc Chaim Coffee Mr. Taylor It presently serv rudimentary tasks is to es--- — - 

two wWlkept home* 7or !Kd v ’, Lovely ing »t the OuffWd (Indium ubUsh , h , ,. ct V , c ,orl« .... ... CI , 

Mien yir.UT 1 SheraUn style Inlaid Mahog United Church Mission near ls on Vancouver Island and It Negroes Kilter OCtlOOl 

•mRW* RHinif laOU Denk, small size Jh»l Ian Edmonton. * - -■ —* *-►-"--- 

Including 

100% Guaranteed 
Beautiful 1958 

EDSEL PACER 

Completelv equipped. Tele 
Toiicti shift i push button), cost 
$4,507.00. One owner, leaving 
for Florida. % 

Pair as New liOve Seals 

In figured gold tapestry. 

Two fine oversize Pouffes, 
tapestry coverings and in new 
condition. 12 new Garden 
Chairs, etc., as new I^af 
Sweeper 

Duncan Phyfe Dining Stes. 

Bunk Beds. Oak Sect. Rook 
cases, new Cuckoo Clocks, etc.. 

Antique Mahogany Gent’s from the estate. 

Chest Drawers, also Cylinder 
Front Secretaire, quality Wal¬ 
nut Twin Bedroom Suite at 
tractive Imitation Fireplace. 

10 cu. ft. Admiral Deepfreeze. 

AMC Automat k Washer. 

Small Comb. Office Safe. 

Petite English Pram. 2 White 
Wrought Iron Patio Suites, in¬ 
teresting old Edison Gramo- Mlsr.: Nearlv uew _ 

phone Tent. Room size Wilton Oanem. Clarinet Wright IJft 
a n 4 A xm in&l£f Carr»ets. Eng Ing Outfit, l^die*;’ l uggage 

Tish Antique Grandfather’s Pictures Binoculars, nearlv vlon w> , - 

Clock, etc.. Apt Refrigerator., new Desk tvpe "Singer'* Sew «« »• to .p«»d i:«g on 

i_u_Li_ .ul o._k rodrcoration inoM* »nd out and b»- 


Denk. small size Oval Ijio 
T able. Telephone Table and 

Chair. Lamps. 

54 Pieces I/Oiiis XV Silxer 
Flatware 

China • Silxer - Cut (ilaxs 

Beautiful "Bokhara” and other ' 
Oriental Rugs. 

RC i Victor *t” TV 

Dining Room: 9-piece Walnut 
Dining Kootn Suite with refec¬ 
tory tkblc. Chrome DLnette 
Suites, fi piece Walnut Dinette 
Suite Solid Mahogany Table 
with X I ph. Chairs 'ideal for 
board room*. 

Bedroom: Beautiful Mahogany 
.Vplecc "Mr. and Mrs.” Bed¬ 
room Suite in traditional stvle. 
Expensive “Lane” < >dar Cbe«*t 

In mahogany, other nice 
Suites. Bedding and Linen 



nint factor 
u i «i>umin| 

prtco.to bo fouol what moMea o pot¬ 
ion pick on# bom* tn prrforonca to 

Appliance*: Two ( lies! type .noieor 

and other Rrfric«‘ratitrN. "Gur mopio worn u» ioeot* :n a 

ney” factorv huil’ Oil Range oortam irn boc*u«o * J*?*** L** 

with Rlnuci r y n i> n c i v a thoir wor* conoont*nc» •( tronaport. 

n n mown r. x p r n I in * arhoou or ihoot Or thry sty dnin 

“Bmtty- Electrlr >!»• Rr#B P bpcmu»« of Un prrtttft 

chine <4 months old', late aitachsn* to tt »nd tn* 

that home* olwoya command o 
price in that area and oro roadily 

. _ nlfiblt 

X acUtim -ni, (late of eraniMin la eertotnle 
ore of the (oirrmni factor* Recently 
w«- had a home to aoll which »•< *ery 
UKgagr. , , bul 4lbt , of decora- 

We had the owner 


any word to the contrary Is 
i ; abic to upset his digestion 

for days. 

EARLY BLIGHT 
, ^Yesterday he could hardly 
eat anything after a BBC an 
nouncer put an early blight on 
his day with a morning broad 
cast to the effect that Princess 
Alexandra would break her 
tun* afo CK- Australia trip with a brief 
i wrote ihai stay ' at British Columbia's 
fITirSiSEJ Government House "in Van- 
why poopi* buy couver.” 

TnvMt* And when he reached his 

tpoculallon sS d ^ k f ° Un<1 st * rin * h ‘ m ln 

a hat make, a the face a series of color* 
riTtiilfar si kies, on sale In Victoria 
nou.e’ Price i. storrs which describe the 
certainly a «o*- Ma j ahaf pj n | ayj ion 


model "Inglis” Washer. 


Merchant Boycott 
Segregation Threat 

LITTLE ROCK. Ark. < AP)— that employs even one Negro.” 
One of the top segregationist Guthridge, lawyer for the 

leaders Saturday theatened a segregationist Capital Citizens 
I "buyer’s strike" against dow n council, also said his organiza 
' town merchants If high school non planned other actions in 
integration comes as scheduled connection with integration. 
Wednesday but rouldn't disclose them. 

"If one Negro even attempts Guthridge charged the mer 
to attend a white high school.” chants of Main Street and 
said Amis Guthridge. "w’e are Little Rock Negroes "are work¬ 
calling on the people of every ing a* a team to make the 
school district In Arkansas to parents of Little Rock submit 
stage a buyer’s atrike against to Integration regardless of 
BBC* will get a map of Van* Little Rock Main Street mertheir own or their children s 
couver Island and a descrip- chants, and against every firm feelings.” 
tive brochure. "Facts About 1 t— -- 

tunwof Uw'rotoTtlldMlwv* ( Told IV 

t him buffaloed they didn't 



Arm 

Mt. Finlayson as being 
Vancouver.” 

NO ADDRESS 


and 

"in 


On View—Tue*.. Ml 1o ft.M 

Note: Be sure to wee the out 
standing Poole Collection at 
the Art Gallery. 

MAYNARD I SONS 

AUCTIONEERS 
783 Johnson EV 4 5911 


Interference Blots 
Radio Interference 

LONDON <AP»—A Soviet 


PausinR briefly before the feremony in Christ 
Church Cathedral xvhich created him Bishop of 
Caledonia, former Archdeacon Eric Munn of Lvtton, 
left, talks with Archbishop Harold Sexton or Vic¬ 
toria.—(Colonist photo.) 

4 ¥ ¥ , 

Bishop Consecrated 
In Impressive Rite 

Most Rev Harold E. Sexton service was given by Rev. 
of Victoria. Anglican Arch Canon Thomas Bailey of St. 
bishop of British Columbia. Barnabas Church here. The 
officiated as Archdeacon r.ew bishop was rector of St. 
Eric Munn of Lytton was Barnabas' from 1943 to 1155. 
consecrated Bishop of Cale For the past three years, he 
donia in an impressive cere ha* been working with Indians 
mony in Christ Church Caihe in the Cariboo He succeeds 
dral. Right Rev H. G. Walts in the 

Eight bishop* assisted the Caledonia diocese, 
archbishop. The service was Caledonia comprises a 
attended by nearly ever)' 350.000 square mile area of 
Anglican clergyman on the northern 1C. from the Yukon* 
Island, many from the main border to 250 mile* south of 
land, representatives of lay the see city of Prince Rupert. 
LERWICK. Shetland Islands lands have waited a long time groups, parishioners of local It Is hounded on the ww*t by 


Shetlands Stuck 
With Food , Drink 



I IV 1*1421 

926 FORT STREET 



ink Machine with Beni h. and | Arr «■> completed the home uL/„kn/(, •/-»« * — n ^vTK-i 

Other fire lots. Ml* t«r »r Hir» »500 Color, ere of . .. . i„ 

prime importance tnrt there mu«t bo St lenttSt ha.s designed an ap- 
This unusually interesting sale nothin* .urtiinf Q»>«*t paratus to eliminate radio in- 

will he on view from 9 oft a.m. Ter. 1 * s™** time mo terfcrence, Moscow radio say*. 

Mon,l "‘ T.'.'.zy*,. , A h',r» n r'iIr ,1 r?f n . h!' APl-Tom John,ton uy, th/ lor • roy»| vi*lt-WKi’y/ir, Anfllean rammanltlM (ad thr Qu**n Charloir* Iriaoda 

■ST ° t .. lh l th . Q «. n hav , I" <•«. I. hd «h.l ten* member, of .h* public ,nd on th. c. by Prloca 

TZSSSSrZTSSSS. M ,h * h0Ur,0 " f , " >r " - 

mi* »• md not make . * *oot on the*e barren, rock - 

eocuiur'.y enoufh the icronumxii- t y eliminates the mtereference Ing a baby. _*• . 

tton do»( not metro* m much i. on* th ^ radlo wav #s ex- "fW Xnuid hnv* «rew n islands off Britain I 

*o«w «pert ort« fi.ent. who w«nt " ,nc f f ne raaio wsvex ex one would have thought north 

% thre* -bedroom how* «r* prepared tinguish each other, as it that those of wtedom who 

etowaTy^people « neJd** mill b* «ei _ guide thf Queen COUld have 

| foreseen this possibility and 
avoided ail this trouble” said 

Johnston, town clerk of Ler 
wick. 

The Queer was to heve 
visited the islands' next week 
and v now has cancelled the 
trip after all arrangements 
have heen made and imita¬ 
tions sent out. 

k I Johnston declared the Shet 




Kays 


*4500 


“FINLAYSON ARM HIDEAWAY 

Watertront summer home VuiU Ust 8 
mr. 09 IX, waterfrnrtsgr 

rtiM 

| •Call Don Harxey. EYM741, Anytime 
Northwestern Securities of Mctorla Ltd. 
<81 Yates — at Broad 


An atder'.T coaple do not went • l»r,e 
4-bed-oom home neither eon 8 !»r*e 
fiauT be »*u#e*ed into two , tmoil 

bedroom* but provided the poo it ion 
la not ndkculoo*. o*e<NM>odan«*i 
comes quite low on the Mat 

MEARS I WNYTE 

OAK BAY REALTY LTD. 
SAANICH REALTY LTD. 
Main Office. EY 5-77t7 
Saxnkb OffW. GR 9 1 195 
lanviowne Office, EV a24M 



If M T, GWqwm nil a ■ ill »!■ 
Xrremo. itchlBe. •<•:* Sklo. raorioai*. 
Aom. Athlete a hat. Birttuia. ae 1M 
Btetehea mtarrvi r*». in XTXODKRtf 
»*ni«ht. Work* while ym iW 1- OwS 
ttehta«. bwmtnt. amortise Hi f wtewtea. 
X Killa moor term*, often th* reni caaao 
of atta disorder*. S Hetpa baol the akin, 
tefter. imoo'.her. hthter. Ask row drwe- 

eut far Kixoonut tooor. ntwutiaa ae 
m«oer bsca. And to e‘ 


Internal problems have now’ 
beset the Islands father* 

Who will pay lor ail the- 
preparations'* 

What will they do with all 
the food and drink ordered’ 

FEEDS ON BARK 

Ontario forfiT officials say 
a porcupine can destroy up 
t So trees a year by feeding 
: on tender bark. 


Enough Heroin Cached 
For 63,000(000 Capsules 

MONTREAL (CP)—Enough heroin to believed 
hidden in eastern Canada to make 63,264,000 cap¬ 
sule* of the narcotic drug, police Indicated Satur¬ 
day. V 

Valued at $16320.000, the narcotic supply 
would be enough to supply 28,700 drug addicts with 
«x capsule* a day for one year. 


4 

























































SO Batlg (Cnlontat Victor* ».C„ S« . Am ». mi 


Bootlegger Roundup 
Takes Entire Night 

VANOOUVEK (CP) — A half do*#n »proi»l 
police flying Aquad* raided Munperted bootlegging 
efttablishmentn in Vancouver early Saturday. Police 
wagono were kept busy all night bringing in sus¬ 
pects. 

Insp. Peter lament said the roundup followed 
three months of undercover police work. 


Australian Aborigine 

Stone-Age Artist 
Dies Happy Man 


ALICE SPRINGS. Australia 
<Reuters)— Albart Namatjira, 
ST. s Mone age artist who won 
aerialm in the white man* 
world but couldn't live in it, 
died Saturday. 

He suffered a heart attack 
while painting the stark 
beauty of Australia's "out 
bark.” 

Death of the aborigine artist 
brought a feeling of loss to 
International art circles, where 
his works are considered an^ 
outstanding example of primi 
tive style and worth thousands 
of dollars. 

Namatjira. a camel boy in 
the desert like outback, took 
up painting at 31 when he 
saw an exhibition of paintings 
on tour at a mission station. 

Hit water 'color landscapes 
became fashionable and his 
name spread outside Australia 
when Queen Elizabeth ac 
repted one of his works as a 
gift in Canberra in 19M. 

But as his fame and fortune 
increased. Namatjira* racial 
origins clashed with the laws 
of the white man. 


He planned to retreat occa 
sionally from tribal life to live 
in a dream home which he 
called a “white man s house” 

in Alice Springs, but auth 
orities stopped him. He also 
was jailed for three months 
fon»ftupplying liquor to another 
aborigine. 

Rex Batterbee. who taught 
Namatjira. said th4 style of 
his students last works 
showed he died “a happy and 
contented man." 

Does BLADDER 
IRRITATION 

MAK! YOU NCRVOU91 

Thank* l* new laboratory forma.a; .on 
thousands or* no« discovering bo* much 
stranger on* bettor they enn feel by 
combating ordinary Kidney or Bladder 
Irritation*. Theao wriMUoao often occur 
after ». and may make you (tan an* 
norvoua from to* frewuent. burnina or 
ttcbiag urination both day an* night 
BacondorOy, you may looo aloe* and suf¬ 
fer front Headaches. Backache and foot 
old. tired, depressed In ouch Irritation. 
CTBTKX usually brinas foot, reloiine 
comfort by curbina Irritating germ* In 
•troni. acid urlae and by giving analgetic 
aaln relief Bale for young ar aid Oot 


(Eompanj. 

9*<&mcmtkffb trf may ttfo 


I J 


CROWN 

STAFFORDSHIRE 






Following in the artistic tradition of her 
father, Mr*. Lillian Bell as a living exponent 
of a beautiful craft, prove* how these old 
technique* are passed down from generation 
to generation/ 


The BAY welcomes all our customers and via- 
it on to Victoria to come and 


see Mrs. Lillian Bell 
Demonstrate the art of 
making the beautiful 
Bone China Florals... 


Be aure to see the lovely assortment of florals 
ranging in price from 1.50 to 150.00, also a col¬ 
lection of fancy ash trays. 


D*«noa*trmtk>ns on Monday, Tuesday and 
Wednesdays at 10 to 11 JO a.m. and 1 JO to 
2.80 and S.S8 to 4.80 p.m. in the Chinn 
Department, 8rd floor. 


RONALD 
F. JEUNE 
Optometrist 


Dial EV 5-1311 


HUDSON'S BAY 
COMPANY 
Optical Dept., 2nd 


g rnm m SMHMM m*r* <r* 90 MMOtT 4 

# Dial EV 5-1811 lor quick, courteous service 

MONDAY IS 


Bnteon’s l3tiij (Humpunn 


• Monday stow hmu%: 8 ajBL to Ml pan. 


,;C»PO«*'tO -• 6?0 


* AU I 


i Is la frwb, new j 


88° DAY 


at the 

BAY 


0 All Item* must ahn w a taxing of 
tenet 11% to 39% et mow. 

0 PERSONAL SHOPPING ONLY, # 
oopt on purcbaeee of thwe or ano 
Me Hems or note, fa* w hich tee pina 
Mail or C.OJD. orders will be ammit 


m the Notnes, Wools, 


f, Cosmetics 


j. Tobacco, Gloves, Hosiery, Accessories and Jew* 


2 


1. k|> 

Cotton shoe bt|« arc wall 
node, finished *ith strong 
well-sewn Kami and *111 
hold S pair of shoe* QQe 
Special, each OF) 


2. Skirt Markers 

Feature built-in pin cuth- 


3. Laundry gags 

B cotton drill laun- 

ar* aceucata and easy dry bag. «UI take a good 
to us*. keep that hemline load have a drawstring 
QQe closing QQe 

OO Special, each 50 


•pedal, each i 


88c 

Candy Sale 

JellMa and hedch Mtate— Fraah. 
delicious candle* by Paulina 
Johasow O—blnation Bag I SB 

Spe eUI . 1 lb MMea. QQ« 
I te. BbU. far OO 

2 *88* 

mm liab.it. 2 lb« 88 # 

2ST 2 M 2JTJ8 # 
I5T W ’ 2*. 88* 
ts insg 

Mu and 1 ib WUkia- qq* 
a*n • Alteon. gpadal. OO 


' ft*.. • pedal 88* 


I BAT COMPANY 


I 


4. Polishing Cloths 4. Sock Driers 

Bet of S cloth., *soft. yet Adjustable non - ttalmng 
durable, are juat right lor plastic drier* keep your 
u»e on furniture car *r sock, in the proper shsp* 
for general clean- QQe Made of nea durable. 
Ing ' Speeial. aet OO high-l 

tic Special, each 


S. Face Cloths 7. Ironing board Pads 

ir«ll" cloth* of top Polyeater foam backing 

quality Bngluh terry fea- ha, a cotton covering in 
turo vlde-atnpe pattern make Ironing «mooth and 
* QQe ea*y Pad* fit all atan- 
Speelal tJ for OO dard aiae board* QQe 
Special, each OO 


ft. M Tspper M Haagom 


Cuff - type hanger* keep 
your alack* aharpty crease# 
and they won t ajip oft 

the hanger A - 

•pedal. *§ ft 


88 * 


9. Skirt Haagors 

Nev. touch-button hang¬ 
ar, open and cloae at a 
• touch" Youlh keep 

your aktrta neat and 
handy In one of theao 
durable hanger* QQe 
Speeial, each OO 


19. Msltiplo Skirt 11 Parrot Wool 
Hosgors 


Har>1-*earing easy-to-knit 
^ ^ wool in assorted color*. 1- 

Durable hanger, will hold or skeins Oet .ome 

ai* aktrta with eaae. and no* for youngster. back- 
ar# fimahed with .nag- to-Mthool .wearer, 
proof plaatlc dip* ^^e 


12. P^tore Frames 13. 1000 ydb. Thread 


Speeial, aarh < 


Special. 


4 88 ' 


Oak picture frame, m 3 
Mae. feature a natural 
ftni.h you can paint 

s ,7 QQe 

Special, each OO 
• aid QQe 

Special, each OO 
S"*7” -glassed' 

Special. 2 for 88 # 


or M. flrat quality 
cotton thread in black or 
white A .pool, QQe 
Special. & for OO 


14. Iroanig board 
Covers 


Made of .coreh-resistant 
•illcone these cover* laca 
on and fit all standard 
* re board. 

Speeial. eaeh 


IS. Plastic Coat 
Hssgera 


Btrone hanger, are con¬ 
toured to allow coat, and 
jacket* to hang correctly 
QQe Durable and well made 
OO QQe 

•pedal, eel ef 4 OO 


M. Kleiaert’s 
“WSca.t." 

Dainty, comfortable brief, 
atyle pantie. come In .iaea 
•mall medium and lorg* 
a* well u aatra QQ# 
large. Special, pale OO 


17. Syool Holders 

PI • .tie pouch hoida I* 
spool, of thread. 1 tape 
Wiea.ure 1 thimble pair 
At .euaora. 1 park age of 
needle* Por travelling or 
home u.e QQ* 

•peelal. eaeh OO 


18. Wedge Cushions 

Por ear. boat or game- 
waiching these 13-gauge 
plaatlc cushion* have two- 
tone covert and carrying 

handle, QQe 

■peelal. eaek OO 


19. Rukher Gloves 

First quality glove, for 
Ifnu.eworx will protect 
your hand, when you ra 
wa.hlng dishes or clean¬ 
ing Fabric lined IMF 




Sperial 


I 2 pair, 88 


20. Poly-drop Sheets 

till’ plaatlc sheet* ran 
be used aa protect t va 
cover, and many other 
use. around home QQe 

Special, eaeh OO 


21. Clotkeakrsak Sett 22. Plastic Matt 23. Shoe Trees 24. Jteg. 2.7S Shear* 

Heavy duty plastic mat* Metal treat* com* in men a Barber a or dressmaker a 
can be u.ed an your drain- and women • ataes art .hear, mad* of finest 


Imported wall p 1 a q u * 
holder ha. a matchinq 
hru.h with top quatitv 
bristles Boxed - 

Special. 


88 ' 


board or as door mats adjustable to your sue and 


Have lots of other uses keep your .hoes comfort- 
as well 

Special, eaeh 1 


88 ' 


ably in shape 
their life , 

Speeial. pair I 


quality _ _ 

steel flue ran teed 

Speeial. pale 


r 


'7 r 


A 


25. Phikiag Shears 

Big t" shears hav* spring 
tension to assura easy op-, 
eratlon on all types of 
fabric * SB 

Speeial, pole 1 


2*. Crock*! Cot!.. 27. M.t.l Shoe Rack. 


Whit# ar ecru No. 3* 
Coats aouon that s aa.y 
to use comes et real sav¬ 
ings. Plrst qualttv 

5 balls g AN 
for 1 


Weld construction hold f 
pairs of shoes Low-boy 
style has non-tip vinyl 

padded feet V NS 


28. Shoppiag bags 

Pla.tlc-llned shopping bags 
have xtpper closing, strong 
handle, and com* in *.- 
aorted colors or J NN 
plaid. Speeial. eaeh 1 


29. Jaakt Garment 
bags 

Heavy quality plastic gar¬ 
ment bag. are quilted at 
lop. front and edge 93" 
tipper. 3-hook frame bag. 
come In assorted | NN 
color* Speeial. eaeh 1 


39. Musical Sewiag 31. Caatact Covering 32. Plastic Raincoats 

Bog Self-sticking plaatte cover Taho.ao neavy gauge 

Ing for furniture, shelve*, plaatlc raincoats come ia 
**" -* small, medium large. 

<»l 400 

■peelal. eaeh ti 


An attractiv* Imported pictures lg" widths, as- 

sewing box with long play ,o,ted colors and wood 

wu.lcai motor. Rayon satin |rato f tn . 4 t MH 

3 M teh a peelal O ydi 1 


■peelal « 

/ 


33. Staplers 

Heavy duty stapler* ar* 
handy t* have for office 
or home u.e Standard 
sue staples fit these ma¬ 
chine. and ar* always 
available QQe 

■peelal. eaeh OO 


34. Looatlaaf Refills 35. Exorcist boohs 

M0 sheets of recular 

•V i II' - narrow ruled 
looseleaf paper at a real 
sav.ng' Stock up now for 
high school or college 

use QQe 

Speeial. OO 


13 book. M pages to each 
ar# lined and have pen 
and tnk paper Assorted 
color. | ty QQ* 

■peelal, J A book. OO 


3€. Pencil Pachs 

Plastte pouch .nap. open 
or closed keep, the *n- 
eloeed pencil, from 
falling out. Speeial. 


88 * 


37. Magic or 
Essay Cast 


38. Photo Alhooi 


Colours maroon, green and 
brown Sir* #x!3 with 

Heavy gauge plaatie ease t t U rdy leatherette eover 
feature, welded seam* 3" and black page. QQe 
side gussets and metal Prle* OO 

fastener Keeps noje* 

safe and clean 


39. Wssrsvtr Peas 49. Scrap booh 

Top quality lever-flll pen. Ideal for home or school 
Mf** 1 ’«*«» Plastic T»n leatherette eover Raw. 


, Special. 


... 88 ' 


barrel, come in aaaorted 
colors, a choice of either 
fin* or medium nib QQe 

Speeial. eaeb OO 


pages ar* avoiiabte>* 

■peelal 88 # 
HI D«OS ■ OAF 
< OMPANT. 


'leer 


to 


41. Ascorbic Aci4 

Oood .oure* or Vitamin C 
Ascorbic acid help, to 
clear up cold, and Infec¬ 
tion. !M MO strength 
Bottle of !M QQe 

■ peelal. OO 


42. Aboorkont Cottoo 43. Fly Tox Aerosol 

OteriliMd cotton In 1-lb RawsL 

roll* Is always useful for mowio 

medicinal as well a* other Combination bug and In- 

purpene. QQe »««t killer knock* out 

' a peelal. 1 Ib. OO «ho,e household pest*, files 
and mosquitoes In second* 
Reg IN M-os QQe 

tin Speeial. OO 


44 Poli4«Bt Spociol 

Poiident denture elean.er 
removes stains, food par¬ 
ticle* and odor safely and 
effectively, leaves a pleas¬ 
ant .cent With the 

Polldent come. Plastte 
Demur* Rath Con- QQe 
talner Special, betb OO 


45. Stick C^n. 

a.4 D«.4.r..t 

Spire Apple Blossom and 
Oardenia cologn# ia push¬ 
up plastic and ti*** con¬ 
tainer. Chlorophyl or 
unseented deodorant 


49. Liqai4 Petrolst«m 47. Ucitbia C.paule* 

Mineral oil for use as a Help to pep you up If 
lubricant internally or es- you re feeling run down 
ternally. 4d-os QQe or sour nerves are ragged 
bottle. special. OO Bottle fir M QQ# 

■peelal. OO 


2 ,., 88 ' 


48. luliaa Aab Trajrt 

Conversation place* Re*»y 
chin* ash traya. J" aquaro 
and 3" deep are printed 
with sophisticated design* 
in gold paint and enamel. 
"»« > M 1 n« 

■peelal. aaeb i 


4S.HtCF.ci.ITU,.* S*. 0wiJM.tuw 51. 1.25 V»lm. Wkit. 52. kkalicr.Mi 


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Island Edition 

★ ★ ★ 

Duncan Bureau 

30 Kenneth Street 
Phone Duncan 1600 -- 


No. 202— 101*1 YEAR 


laito (Colonist 


flint-tuner In I ant It Leading Neucipaper Sine « 1858 
VICTORIA. BRITISH COLUMBIA, SUNDAY, AUGUST 9, 1959 


Island Forecast 
Sunny , Some Clouds , 
Lillie Change 

(Detail* on Page S) 


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62 PAGES 


Food Stall Seeks 
Fresh Vegetables 

Convenor Mr*. E. E. Harper of Victoria'* *ur- 
plu* food *tall yesterday issued a plea for fresh 
vegetables for the monthly stall day next Saturday 
at the Elks’ Home. 

Margarine, pondered milk, and tea for the 
elderly citizens also are needed, she said. 

Persons wishing to make donations may have 
them picked up by phoning Mrs. Harper at 
GR 4-1750. 


CASTRO SEIZES 1,000 TROOPS 
IN UPRISING: INVASION FEARED 


Havana Uneasy 
Reports Denied 


(From AP, I Pl) 

HAVANA — The Cuban Government 
arrested more than 1,000 soldiers early today 
to supress an uprising aimed at ousting 
Prime Minister Fidel Castro. 

Reliable sources in Havana 


say government troops moved 
gainst the soldiers at Camp 
Liberty in the suburbs of the 
capital following an uprising 
against the Castro regime oh 
tl* Isle of Pines, about 9n 
miles south of Havana. 

The sources say the uprising 
believed a partial success 
since insurgents seized con- 
tiol of eummunicatioh centres 
and cut off part of the island 
from the outside. The govern 
ment had no comment and the 
whereabouts of Castro is not 
know n. 

C ASTRO MEN 

Many of those arrested 
fought with*(’astro in his 26th 
of July movement. 

The Intensive roundup 
seemed to be aimed also aJ ex 
Batista officers remaining in 
the Cuban army. 

A number of army officer* 
who were kept in their jobs missing there 


Rrief discussion of Comet jet flight 
from London to Vancouver and RCAF 
Dakota flight to Victoria took place 


after comely princess met Rear-Ad¬ 
miral H. S. Rayner, RCN Flag Officer, 
Pacific, at airport yesterday. 


Inside Today 


Print •css Welcomed to B.C. 


Formal welcome to British Columbia 
upon informal royal arrival was ex¬ 
tended to.Princess Alexandra of Kent 

Cafe, Store, Homes 

Spectacular 
Half-Block in 


at Victoria Internalional Airport yes¬ 
terday hv Lieutenant Governor Frank 
Ross.— (Colonist photo.) 


PORT ALBERNI—Fire destroyed half a block of 
business property on Third Avenue North 
day evening in a blaze which was fought 
berni and Port Alberni fire departments. 

The Connelly Block, contain 
Ing the Lantern Inn. Wing': 


pensioners, was completely de 
atroyed. 

The Lantern Inn restaurant 
Sect ion of the huilding w*s rial 

Reds Seeking 
Attack Base 


Fire Razes 
Port Alberni 

f a block of Cars in 
early Satur- ^ * 

bv both Al- M * r,v 


Mercer .* used car , 
driven or towed to 
the early minutes 

of the fire. 

The main part of ihe Con 
tened within an hour of the nelly Block was built in the 
giocety store and suites used outbreak al Lh* fire. Building* early 1930*. 
as living quarters by old age on a used car lot next door Occupants of the suites. 

were also destroyed. Several many of whom were Chinese, 
small home* occupied by Last saved few of their personal 
Indian* ajt the rear of the possession*. 

Third Avenue propeity were, The flames were burning 
also destroyed. the final shell of the remain- 

PHONES, POWER OH ! ing half of the building at 7 

The two • storey frame-and p.m. 
stucco huilding went up in one 
of Ihe most spectacular btaze* 
in the city's history. Phone ser 
VIENTIANE. Laos iAP> — v *re » n both Alberni and Port 
Communi.1 troop, in norihrrn Alberni »»* while 

Um .re Irvine to establish . P°»* r *•* ° ,f ol 

-a base from which lo attack Port Alberni Nearby build 
the aouth and a- corridor inks were endanffeied until a 
through which lo attack »'™n* southwest wind subsid_ 
ed at about t» p.m Several 


I/#*//# My Haven, 
Mam Asks Canada 

(Names in News, Page 2) 

a * * 

Baris Cashier Held 
In $1,000,000 Fraud 

(Page 3) 

a a a 

Bach In Brubeck; 
Sex Sells Albums 
(Page 7) 
a a a 

Murders Shnr Hunt 
Far Czar's Treasure 
(Page 8) 

a a a 

Duncan Captures 
Little League 7 itle 
(Page lO) 
a a a 
King Fisherman 
(Page 11) 
a a a 

Page 

Building _ 9 

Comics _ — 111 

Mnam ia| News _ y _ K 

Garden Note* IS 

Radio Program* 22 

Social_ 17. 1* 

sport It. II. 12 

M»vfcf*a 21 

Theatre* d, 7 


It Was Late 
For Princess 
—London Time 


Formosa, 

Japan 

Hard Hit 

By The A**«M-iated Pre** 

Storms and floods left at 
least 70 persons dead and 60 
missing Saturday in Formosa 
and Japan. 

Most of the casualties weie 
oai ihe Nationalist Chinese 
island of Formosa, where flash 
floods following violent thun¬ 
derstorms caused 60 known 
death*. Fifty six persons were 


after ex president Fulgenno 
Batista fled Jan. 1 had been 
arrested at gunpoint and held 


Typhoon Ellen hit southern 
Japan, leaving 10 people dead, 
nine injured and four missing. 


was moving northeast toward 
the industiiai city of Nagoya. 

From Communist China. 
Peiping radio teported that 
millions of person* were work¬ 
ing to combat the effects of 
both floods and drought. 


Princess Alexandra of Kent last night retired 
early to her Government House suite after an almost 
unbroken flight from London, England. 

House 


in garrisons at Managua, nine p> r |y Sunday, the typhoon 
miles south of Havana. 

DISBAND POLICE? 

One Havana radio station an¬ 
nounced plans have been m»de 
to disband Cuba s secret police. 

While various rumors nr 
culated in Havana. Raul Cas¬ 
tro. commander m-vhief of the 
armed forces and brother of 
Fidel Castro, issued a at ele¬ 
ment ratling "false and tenden¬ 
tious" reports that there bed 
been landing by invasion fours 
at various places in .Cuba. 

PALACE BUSTLER 

Earlier, both Fidel and Raul j 
Castro showed up unexpect ; 
edly «« the presidential palace 1 
along wit* cabinet ministers. 

The palace, normally quiet on 
weekends,"fea« hustling with 
reporters snd rumot* that 
Some developments were ex¬ 
pected. 

A government spokesman j 
said, however, "all is normal." 

Raul Castro left the palace 
after a few minutes stay and 
went to army headquarters at 
Camp Libertad Fidel Castro 
slaved at the palace about 
half an hour. 

Informed sources said ihere 
was one report that sometime 
during this weekend ihere 
would he simultaneous 


Western 

Nations 

Yield 


PARIS • APi — The United 
States. Britain and Franc# 
have agreed in principle to a 
major concession to the Soviet 
Union .in an effort to clear 
ihe way for East West negotia¬ 
tions on disarmament, it was 
reported Saturday night. 

Bui some last-minute hitches 
have yet to be straightened 
out. 

The concession would give 
the Communist bloc equal... 
i ppicsentation. on parity, on a 
new lOpower commission in- 


A Government 
spokesman said that the day 
closed following a "quiet din- 

John D. Visits 
Sick Mother 


side the United Nations in *n 
nd co- effort to get long stalled talks 
ordinated movements against going again. 

Castro from Florida, the Do .Senior Allied diplomats said 
tier" at which few guests minican Republic and from the agieement in principle 

were present within Cuba itself, where the was reached Informally this 

Asked earlier if there had government ha* been round- week in Geneva by the Soviet 

been any dancing in reoogm ing up suspected counter and Big Three Western foreign 

lion of the youthful princess' revolutionaries for week*. I ministers, 
presence, the official explained J 


Hee *tor> on Page 111. 


PRINCE ALBERT Sask. 
(CP» Prime minister Diefcn- 
baker left his home town of 
Piince Albert Saturday- for 
Saskatoon to visit his sick 
mother in hospital. 

Before leaving here, he said 
the rate of expansion of Cwv 


Jewelry Loot 
Worth $8,000 


that the royal party was still 
on London time and that it 
1020 pm local time last 
night it was 6/20 a.m. for 
them. 

"Would you go dancing at 
6.20 a.m.*" he asked. 

Most of the program of 

^r^,r 00 u of 

last year. -will be.played by ear” the jewelry' stolen yesterday from Shore* Credit Jeweler* 

He added that the expansion official said, signifying there in Campbell River, 
went ahead in spite of a busi is no hard-and-fast program. The break in apparently ac 
ness recession, the competition. The princess is scheduled , n ^e ear jy morning 

of oil supplies from overseas, to leave Government House at ... • # 

1052 . m. today to attend w “ ,hrou * h r ” r 

Christ Church Cathedral, the building where a door wss 


All Vancouver Island police stations have 


shavers, three sets of cultured 
pearls, three binoculars and 
leather suitcases. 


Travel 


and the application of volun¬ 
tary quotas on crude oil en¬ 
tering the United States from 


19 Canada. 


where she will he greeted by 
Archbishop Sexton at 11 a.m. 


South Viet Nam." Premier 


Phoui Sananikone declared of the Ure blamed on a 

Saturday. propane gas tank used for 

The Laos government is cer- restaurant cooking and hot- 
tain CommunlM North Vl*t »» ,rr '» nk * ,n ,h * buUd ‘»* 
Nam Is behind the present 
attacks in two northern prov 
Inces of Laos, he said. 


Eight tenths of, an a<re of 
Victoria's naval history is up 
for sale by tender. 

Tenders for the purchase of 
Cole Island in Esquimalt Har- 


Although no formal estimate bor close with the Crown As- 
of the damage has been made, sets Disposal Corporation 
it is believed to have amounted Vancouver Sept. 4 
lo at least 190.000. 


wrenched fron\its hinges. 
BETWEEN BANKS 

The store is between the 
Canadian Bank of Commerce 
and the Royal Bank of Canada 
on the Island Highway 

It appeared l he thjeves 
knew the quality of ihe mer 
chandise They took only the 
i most expensive jewelry and 
ignored cheaper items 
INSIDE STORE 

he included on most large scale master of the Fisgard. one of Canadian Navy until 1938 Merchandise was taken from 

maps of Greater Victoria, ha* ihe ships which first surveyed when the magazine was moved show cases inside the store 

Esquimalt Harbor to Colwood Nothing was disturbed in the 

The Royal Navy used the Main drawback to the island front display windows 
island as a powder magazine seems to be the lack of fresh Stolen were 40 diamond 

until 1910. when it turned the wat^ This almost caused the rings, 49 assorted rings black 

land over to the Canadian Royal Navy to move shortly diamond jewelry, a gold cruci- 

Navv. after it was first used as a; fix. 15 wristwatches seven 

The island was used as a magazine, but water was car 1 movie and still cameras, four 


Dot in Ksquimalt Harlxir Used as Naval Magazine 

Historic Island for Sale 


Croicds Flock 
To Balmoral 

BALMORAL. Re of I a ad 
(APi — Thousand* of tonr* 
1st* flocked aroaad Bal¬ 
moral Saturday almost with¬ 
in ear*hot of the ifueea. 

It wo* aa If the 33-year- 
oM monarch were expecting 
her first bah* instead of her 


number of brick buildings 
and wond-and-iron buildings on 
it. 

Some of the brick buildings 
were constructed in 1897. prob 


in ably by the Royal Engineers. 
The island was named in 


4 The tiny island, too small to 1B46 after Edmund Picoli Cole, naval magazine by the Royal ried over from the mainland. transistor radios, five electric 


Car* Jammed the eamitry 
around the 
vacation 

Balmoral < oath 
Scottish Highland*. 


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SITE OF PROPOSED 

DUNCAN 
KIWANIS VILLAGE 


Duncan Man Recalls 


Palace Sentrv in War 


Guards’ Duty Always Tough 


DUNCAN — Being beastly 
to the Buckingham Palace 
guard* i* nothing new. nay* a 
tall, slender former sentry 
living here. 

Edward James Wilkes, who 
was an acting, sergeant major 
In No. 1 Company. First Bar 
talion. Grenadier Guards, said: 
“Even during the war. when 
there were no American tour¬ 
ists, some people used to try 
to halt the sentries." 

Between 1940 and 1942 he 
was on guard duty a( Bucking 


ham Palace, Windsor Castle. 
St. James's Palace, the Royal 
Mint and with the war cabinet 
"People would come up to 
you and put cigaret packages 
over the bayonet or hang hats 
on it. Some kids would stand 
on your feet. They would even 
touch your uniform." he said. 

Does he condone the action 
last Sunday of a guard who 
hauled off and kicked an over 
cosy young thing from the 
U.S.? * ■ . . 

“It might be true that he 


bumped into her when he was t 
doing a drill movement, hut I! 
doubt if he kicked her," laid 
Mr. Wilkes. 

Company officers of the 
famed guards sentenced the 
soldier to 10 days confinement 
to barracks. 

The building supplies sales 
man said it would probably be 
a "justified instinct” to kick 
someone who was being a 
nuisance, but he doubted it 
was done, because the guards 
are watched “all the time” by 
their senior officers. . * 


“It is considered a worse of 
fence to move your eyes than 1 
to kick a troublesome specta-1 
tor. though.” he said, laugh 

ing. 

“I don’t doubt what with all 
the Yanks around, it would be 
a great temptation.” he said. 

“It's necessary that the men 
observe the rules, though. Of¬ 
ficer* have to be stem to keep 
that discipline.” he said. “If 
they didn’t, it would be like 
something out of Disneyland.” 


‘Village’ Site Marked 

Site where (’owichan’s first low' rental elderly 
citizens’ “village” will he built was marked “for all 
to see” Thursday night in the 700-hlock Trunk 
Road. Kiwanis Village Society president Jack 
Hindmarch, left, said work may start on eight 
units ne*t month. Helping him put up the sign are 
directors George Sinden, centre, and Hugh Farmer. 
—Photo by William Creighton.) 


Nanaimo Stores 
Hit by Strike, 

May Cut Hours 

• 

NANAIMO—The IWA strike is having a serious 
ffect on business in Nanaimo, and some Commercial 
Street store operators are questioning the advisability of 
teeping their stores open Friday evenings. 

Store closing Fridays is 9 
>.m. in Nanaimo. 

Business has been falling 
iff during the past few days. 

‘specially in the larger stores 
there buying of major appli 
jnces has almost been reduced 
I to nil. 


14 littfl Mmrtflt Victa* 

Sw»4«y. Awfurt f, Ifjf 

Civil Defence 
Courses 
Offered Here 

Courses in basic civil de¬ 
fence technique and civil de¬ 
fence auxiliary policing will 
be offered next month at 
the civil defence headquarters. 
1940 Blanshard Street. 

Both courses will run for 
nine weeks, with classes one 
night a week After training, 
members of the technique 
class will be eligible to jotn 
one of the eight civil services, 
including the health, welfare 
and rescue departments. 

Persons interested in enroll¬ 
ing in the free courses are 
asked to get in touch with CD 
headquarters at EV 2-7533. 


People are now reluctant to 
buy on credit, and where credit 
is sought, restrictions are 
often pla<*ed on the customer. 

Nanaimo relies on the lum¬ 
ber and fishing industries for 
most of its trade. Many people 
breathed a sigh of relief when 
news of the fisheries settle¬ 
ment came through. 


Little Girl Grabs 
Mother’s Arm; 


Car Total Loss 

COBBLE HILL,—A car was destroyed when it flip¬ 
ped end over end off the Trans-Canada Highway near 
here. It went out of control when a child grabbed its 
mother's arm. 


But Mrs. Margaret Hunter. 
980 Cavell. Duncan, and her 
fouryear-old daughter. Bar 
bara. walked from the scene 
uninjured. 

DOW N BANK 

Police said the accident nc- 
Ihree cuirPf j Friday about three 
quarters of a mile north of the 


Bursary 
Winners 
Named 

PORT ALBERNI 

local organizations have .. <r . 

nounced winners of annual Cobble Hill cutoff at Dougans 
bursaries which will help Al 
herni Valley young people to 

hiehei .duration. *'» ><*»r • "M cr Mr.. 

Bruce Minorcan, 18. who Huu.er.a.drlvlnf wentend 
was recently .warded honors '-ver end twice down a 20-foot 
In piano solo performer s do 1 ""* »" <*»»'. *'«■*«» 

(tree from the Toronto Con-’ rMd " was ,n!,ur "l- 
servatory of Music, will re 
reive the Kinsmen Club $200 
bursary, based on proficiency 
and school citizenship. 

Bruce, who is the son of Mt 
and Mrs. Ralph Minorgan. will 
enroll at UBC this fall. 

Marilyn Elizabeth l.amport. 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mel 
laamport of Alherni. will re¬ 
ceive Alberni Valley Chapter 
Registered Nurses' Association 
bursary. 

Miss Lamport, another out 
standing 1959 graduate of Al 
berni district high school, will 
enter training in St. Paul's 
School of Nursing. Vancouver. 


Legion Takes 
Regatta Job 

NANAIMO Nanaimo's 
Legion branch will sponsor 
this year's annual Labor Day 
regatta. 

The regatta will feature out¬ 
board races and displays of 
water skiing on Westwood 
I-ake by a Victoria ->ater ski 
club. y 

Tn previous years. Nanaimo 
... . . , .. Kinsmen Club has organized 

Hl(h scholastic standing: , hc evfn , ^ Le ion how 

ao rAOAft i /on it l\oit t Kn T 1 


was recognized when the Local 
I-f.5 IWA $500 bursary was 
awarded to Reginald L. Carter 
of Alberni. 

Son of Mrs. Kathleen Carter, 
he will enter UBC this fall with 
plans for an engineering 
career. 


ever, made the development of 
Westwood Lake beaches its 
project and holds the conoes 
sion stands; 

POPULAR MEDIUM 

There are 600 f r e q u ency 


Bursaries will be presented modulation radio stations 
at an assembly in Alberni Dis- broadcasting in the United 
trlct High School Sept. 9. Stales. 

Vandals Force Curfew 
At Cowichan Lake 

COWICHAN LAKE — RCMP officials have 
started extra night patrols through the village here 
because of vandalism by teenagers. 

The juveniles have been raiding gardens, stay¬ 
ing up all night and causing a disturbance by “roar¬ 
ing" around in cars. 

Police are enforcing a curfew bylaw passed 
here years ago by the village commission that says 
young people IB years old and under must he off 
the streets by 10 p.m. 

Special Ferries to Run 


To Apjteal 
$1,000 Fine 

COWICHAN LAKE—law¬ 
yers for the Elks Club here 
have filed notice of appeal 
against a $1,000 fine lm- 
fM»»e<j against them. 

The order was found 
guilty Aug. I by Magistrate 
A. I,. Anderson of failing to 
property have guests sign a 
hook when they entered rliih 
premises. 

Notice of appeal has been 
tiled here with the magis¬ 
trate. The case will be heard 
before Judge Arnold Hanna 
in county rourt at Duncan. 

Weeks Rites 
To Be Held 
On Tuesday 

DUNCAN Garfield Weeks, 
retired T. Eaton Co. shoe de¬ 
partment manager, who col; 
lapsed and died as fire trucks 
raced past him to s fire at the 
store Friday night, will he 
buried tomorrow. 

An inhalator crew at the 
fire left It and raced him to 
hospital but he was pro¬ 
nounced dead of a heart at 
tack. 

NANAIMO BORN 

The Nanaimo native son. 
who operated a store there be¬ 
fore coming here 31 years ago. 
collapsed on Craig Street 
*bout 7 p.m half a block 
from the incinerator fire 
that was put ouK by em¬ 
ployees before the firefighters 
arrived 

Mr. Weeks worked for 
Cowichan Merchants Com¬ 
pany. one of the first big' 
stores in the district, which 
later was sold to Spencers and 
then Eaton's. 

ACTIVE MEMBER 

lie retired two years ago and 
was"an active member of the 
Eaton * Quarter-Century Club. 

Mr. Weeks was a charter 
member of Nanaimo's first 
Gyro Club and a member of 
the Elks here. 

RITES TOMORROW 

Funeral services will he held 
tomorrow at 2 p.m. in the 
Hirst Funeral Chapel. Rev. W\ 
F. Burns will officiate. Cre¬ 
mation will follow at Royal 
Oak. 

Surviving are his widow. 
Nellie at home; a daughter. 
Mrs. F. D. Campbell. North 
Surrey; three brothers. 
Thomas and Jack at Vancou 
ver and Harry in Nanaimo. 


Fulford Chicken Feast 
Prepared for Hundreds 


FULFORD HARBOR Fu! ] 
ford Hall officials gre promis 
ing a "feast away from home 
Aug. 15 -at their giant chicken 
barbecue outside the com mu n 
ity hall. * — j 

On the menu will he bar be • 
tued chicken, cole slaw, potato 


salad, rolls, pie. coffee and 
soft drinks. In addition, musk 
will be provided for dancing, 
and a bingo game will he set 
up in the hall. The fun starts* 
at 6 p.m. 

More than 350 visitors are 
expected, and to handle the 
crowd returning to Vancouvei 


Island an extra ferry wjll hr 
put on the Vesuvius Bay'-Crof 
ton run at 10.30 p.m. Ferries to 
Fulford will leave Swartz Bay 
at 4* p.m. and 5J0 p.m. 

Prices are $1.25 for adults 
and 75 cents for children un 
der 12. with a maximunvfam 
Uy rate of $6. 


SEE THE 

EXHIBITION 

of 

PAINTING 

by the 

OAK BAY 
ART CLUB 

Now on Display in 

EATON’S 
Victoria Room, 
Fourth Floor 


EATONS 

For Back-to-School Sewing ... 

Zig-Zag Portables 


EATON’S—Optical Department. Fourth Floor. 

Phone EV 2-7141 


Your Portrait Dono iu Minutes 


Ha\e your portrait sketched 
in black and white or pastels 
. . . by Victoria artist. Peggy 
Walton Packard. Sittings take 
only minutes. Mrs. Packard 
will he in EATON’S Stgtionerv 
I department, Main Floor. 10.30 
a m. to 3.30 p.m. daily, except 
Fridays; Friday evenings. 6 to 
9 o'clock. 

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More Than 1,000 in Swim Classes 


Now All They Need is 


By MARGIE NAYHMITH 

By comparing notes last 
week we found that of more 
than a thousand youngsters 
taking Colonist swimming 
rlass lessons, fewer than a 
dozen will need special atten¬ 
tion before they ran become 
swimmers. 

The discovery that so many 


youngsters will be fairly pro- 
ficient novice swimmer^ bv 
the time the classes end. gave 
me' and my assistants a real 
kirk. 

But this is a good time m 
put in a word for the future to 
your parents. 

When your youngster has 
completed the lessons and re¬ 


ceived a novicf swimmers 
certificate, he or she still needs 
lots of supervised practice. 

We are not turning out 
channel swimmers, but boys 
and girls who have lost their 
fear of the water and who 
know the theory of swimming 
and who can apply that theory 
in a modest way. 


After the classes are over, 
don t miss a chance to give 
your youngsters more practice 
in the water under safe condi¬ 
tions. 

Parents continued to visit 
us last week and many of 
them were frankly surprised 
at* the progress their boys and 
girls Have made 
One woman said she and her 
husband had tried to teach 


Only a Few Need Special Care 

Lois of Practice * 


their hoy to swim and had all 
but lost hope. 

“We tried to teach him swim¬ 
ming for two years without 
success and you have taught 
him in six lessons." she said. 

For the past week we have 
been concentrating on the all- 
important matter of,learning 
to breathe properly while 
swimming. 

For many 'of the children 


this has greatly increased the 
distance which they are able 
to cover. 

Starting next Thursday we 
will begin our regular series 
of proficiency tests. 

The tests are divided into 
three sections, denoting three 
degrees of swimming aptitude. 

We will try to test each 
youngster twice, however, so 
that he or she can improve 


their first results by practie- 
ing during the intervening 
week. 

This business of practice 
must not be neglected if the 
maximum benefit is to be de¬ 
rived from the instruction 
course. 

We have noticed that the 
fastest learners are those who 
get to the water most often 
between lessons. 



©tjf Hails Mmisft. 


(ESTABLISHED ISM) 



SECONI) NEWS SECTION 




VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SUNDAY, AUGUST 9, 1959 


PAGE FIFTEEN 




Government House officials who want the visit of 
Princess Alexandra treated almost as though it wasn’t 
| happening got their wish here yesterday. 

Seldom has royalty been re¬ 


ceived anywhere with as little 
fanfare as that surrounding 
the arrival of the Queen’s 
cousin at Victoria Internation¬ 
al Airport at 5.10 p.m. 

Fewer than 150 persons 
lined the barricades in front 
of the Patricia Bay airline 
terminal and many of these 
were airline passengers and 
their friends or relatives. 

But what was officialdom's 
gain was Victoria's loss. 

RADIANT REALTY 

Out of the relatively austere 


parations for the royal arrival 
at the airport. 

A red ensign flying from a 
yardarm a short listance away 
was not. a naval officer as¬ 
sured reporters, flying at half- 
mast. but was merely 
"drooping.” 

Security force numbered tw-o 
uniformed Mounties and two 
pla inclot hesmen. 

R( AF PII.OT 

In charge of the royal flight 
from Vancouver was Flt.-Lt. 
Merv Utas of 121 Search and 


interior of the RCAF Search I *2 u *? ron 

and Rescue Dakota stepped a He said that < 
radiant, self-assured princess troduced to the 


Victoria’s specialty shops are still a top drawing 
card in the Vancouver Island tourist industry. 
Mrs. fiordon Zima, Richland. Washington, wears 
recent purchase, admires another. 


Not all tourists come from south of the border 
and some find the city’s fine gardens a major at¬ 
traction. Mrs. Hugh Dick. North Vancouver, 
admires blossom in Empress Hotel conservatory. 


Reluctant farewell to Victoria and round of shop¬ 
ping and sight^eing was bade by comely Lucinda 
Turner. Evanston, Illinois, seen here assembling 
b«ggagc at Empress Hotel. 


Around the Island 


Visitors Tell Plans 


Fishermen Picket 
Returning Boat 


PORT A I. BERN I The 
United Fishermen and Allied 
Workers Union has set up an 
information picket line around 
a fishhoat which docked here 
yesterday carrying salmon 
caught during the fishermen's 
strike. 

A union spokesman in Van¬ 
couver said the troller Svaldard 
I was reported to have left 
for the fishing grounds during 

Mr. MollHt. who wax born "» •**"« ck * rrd 

In Grey County. On,. in 1X74 b > "* union lo rto 50 
died Wednesday in Lady Mintc* 


Scenery and Shopping 
Sought in That Order 


Mollel Riles 
Held Friday 

Ft ILFORD HARBOR Fu¬ 
neral services for Alexander 
John Mollel. 85. a resident 
here since 1896. were held Fri¬ 
day in St. Mary's Anglican 
Church. 


Tourists come to Victoria to see the sights and to 
go shopping, in that order, a survey of visitors at Vic¬ 
toria and Island Publicity Bureau offices shpwed yes¬ 
terday. 


DAVE WEIR 


Hospital In Ganges 

He is supiyeljby his wife, 
Maud, at home; a ion. Leslie of 
Fulford; two daughters. Mrs. 
Edna Fraser of Fulford and 
Mrs. Florence Soderquist if 
Duncan; a brother. Percy, 
Deep Cove, a sister, Mrs. L. C 
Lee of Fulford; and nine 
grandchildren. 


Other News on Page 17 


Seen in Passing 


Dave Weir recalling his 22 


Duncanite 
To Appeal 
Jail Term 


ALBERNl John R\er* of 
Sproat Lake was fined $50 
ailei pleading guilty to 

In'ol mow,, par,* .nd thrre old ,h ' b ' w _ in ” s - 

motor blocks from a shed at 
Beaver Creek. 

Uourt was told the items 
were stolen from a building 
belonging to lierald W. Gray. 

Somers Road, on or about Aug. 

4. and some of the items sold 
as scrap metal for $13. 

♦ # ♦ 

NANAIMO Sergio Medves, 
who fell from the Patullo 
Bridge over the Fraser River 
some months ago. died acci¬ 
dentally. a coroner's Jury- 
found. 


all in the same Five Points 
location, i Dave lives at 1645 
Edgeware with his wife. 
Margaret, and two children. 
Peter. 12. and Charles, 17. His 
hobby is growing prize roses. • 
. . . Doug Prior saying the 
Lions Club would help to clear 
up Langford Lake algae 


Shoppers are seeking 
articles they can't find at 
home, and many sightseers 
are also looking for something 
they can’t find at 
natural landscapes unob¬ 
structed by glaring billboards. 

Mrs. Roberta Ross of 
Eureka. Calif., here for three 
days with her two small 
daughters, remarked. "I think 
this trip to the Island is the 
first time the girls have had 
a chance to see really beauti¬ 
ful scenery without some form 
of commercialism. 

“They noticed it right away. 


too. w hen we drove up the j 
Malahat yesterday." 

Most visitors are combining 
their sightseeing with shop¬ 
ping. and they are discriminat- 

home inK in **** 

Probably one of the most 

favorably impressed tourists 
in Victoria yesterday was a 
woman to whom lush vegeta 
tion is a rare sight indeed. 

She is Mrs. W. A. Heslop 
of Cambridge Bay. Victoria 
Island, in the Canadian Arctic, 
and she is more familiar with 
permafrost than pavement, j 
She is here for a few days 
sightseeing before returning 
home. 


Air Tanker 
Due Today 

First of four huge Mars 
long range amphibious 
transports, rerently pur 
chased by six major B.C. 
logging firms to be used as 
tankers to spray forest fires, 
is expected to arrive at Pa¬ 
tricia Bay airport today. En¬ 
gine trouble delayed take¬ 
off fnmi San Francis,*,! by 
one day. 


whose obvious beauty drew 
audible “Oh's’’ and “Ah’s” 
from the handful of bystand¬ 
ers. 

Looking like a page out of 
a fashion magazine, the prin 
cess wore a two-piece suit of 
charcoal-gray light wool, 'a 
cloche of white and grey- 
feathers. black purse and 
shoes, white gloves and a 
three-strand necklace. 

ROSE HAT 

From the plane's unloading 
ramp she strode confidently 
toward Lieutenant - Governor 
Frank M. Ross, her Victoria 
host 

After chatting briefly with 
the lieutenant governor about 
the trip from Vancouver. Prin¬ 
cess Alexandra was introduced 
to Rear Admiral H. S. Raynor, 
flag officer Pacific Coast, and 
Mrs. Rayner. 

A short conversation fol¬ 
lowed and a smattering of ap¬ 
plause broke from bystanders 
as the princess was guided to¬ 
ward a limousine which she 
>hared with Mr. Ross. 

CAVALCADE 

A seven-car cavalcade of 
Government House and naval 
vehicles moved out of the un¬ 
loading area with two Victoria 
police motorcycles leading the 
way. 

There were no special pie- 


n being in¬ 
princess at 
Vancouver International Air¬ 
port she asked him how many 
passengers the DC-3 could 
carry and when told a dozen, 
replied. "That's quite different 
from the Comet." 

8AW ISLANDS 

The Victoria flight was car¬ 
ried out at an alt}tude of 1,500 
feet so the princess could 
watch the Gulf Islands unfold 
beneath her. and she was 
shown Princess Margaret 
Island which was a gift to her 
cousin from' the province of 
British Columbia. 

The print*** asked for a 
map so she could identify tha 
terrain. 

FEW REALIZED 

During the. drive to Govern¬ 
ment House by Douglas. Fort, 
Cook and Rockland, few peo¬ 
ple along the streets realized 
who was in the official limou¬ 
sine. 

A crowd of some .10 to 40 
people stood around the en¬ 
trance to the (Hivernment 
House grounds hut got no 
more than a fleeting glimpse 
of the royal visitor as the cart 
speed up the driveway. 

Princess Alexandra will re¬ 
main a guest at (iovernment 
House until Tuesday morning 
when she will fly hack to Van¬ 
couver and resume her Jet 
flight to Australia. 


Japanese Botanist's I,lea 


Tiro Days, Tiro Month* 


Miss Lucy Vincenzo of Cleve 
land. Ohio, was here for two 
days admiring the scenery and 


4,»an Hotehin on a weekend shopping for specialty items 


DUNCAN Victoria lawyer waM found floating off 

J B. Morahan said yesterday -iiarrattlr Island near here, 
he has filed notice of his in¬ 
tention to appeal a-l!vda> jrflt 

sentence handed down Frioay NANAIMO Donations for 
in court here against a 57 year- the Cedar fire relief fund 
old Duncan man who was • which will aid three families 
charged with impaired driving who were burned out of their 
He said hie client. James W. homes last week may be sent 
Auchinachie. instructed him to to Mrs. Margaret Foley. 


appeal the court's verdict after 
the case was heard by Magi* 
Irate A. C. Sutton. 

Because it was a second nt 
fence his driver s licence *as 
suspended for 60 days. , 

Mr. Auchinachie was re¬ 
leased on $250 bail. The appeal 
will probably be heard next 
month here in county court be¬ 
fore Judge Arnold Hanna. 

Police said Auchinachie was 
arrested about 12-30 a.m. Aug. 
1 by a highway patrolman 
who saw his car “weaving” on 
Gihbins Road 

Magistrate Sutton was told 
hy the arresting officer. Consi. 
Norman R. Harvey McKean, 
that he found an open bottle 
of beer, a full sealed case mk! 
an open case of beer in Aurhin- 
achie's truck 

Auchinachie said the truck 
was weaving because he was 
trying to locate a lighted 
cigaret he had dropped. 


visit from Vancouver . . -I«»an 
Warren selling tickets like hot 
rakes for the Ed Fisher bene 
fit dance . . . Stirkney Harris 
looking for a b a r b e c u e d 
The 27 year-old man’s chicken . . Henry stubbing* 
discussing hi-fi and stereo re¬ 
production . Bob and Joy 
Ohee returning from a vaca¬ 
tion with youngsters Leslie. 
Rrure and Eric . . . Dorothy 
Parkes hoping to catch a fish 
at Sooke . I.ynne Drury 
getting ready for a party . . . 
Alex Arthur back from a 
mile holiday. 


United Appeal secretary in 
Nanaimo. Campaign closes 
Aug. 15. 

♦ * * 

LADYSMITH BobWyckoff 
of Ladysmith completed his 
flying training course at the 
Victoria* Flying Club and re 
turned home recently with his 
private pilot’s licence He won 
the Air Cadet Flying Fellow 
ship here earlier this year, 
enabling him to take the flying 
training. 

a a a 

CHEMAINUS IWA strikers 
here are organizing both soft 
and hard ball teams for local 
competition and with neighbor 
ing IWA teams from other 
centres. 

Larry Tucker, entertainment 
chairman, has arranged for 
the use of the Chemamus bait 
park for the strikers' use. on 
Wednesdays and Fridays. \ 


with a hometown friend. Rose 
Capretta. 

One visitor who likes to do 
his sightseeing slowly and 
thoroughly Is F. S. Robinson 
of West Town. Bristol. Eng 
land, who will take two months 
to see Vancouver Island 

Mr and Mrs John Jensen 
of Portland. Ore. will stay 
two weeks on the Island com 
bining sightseeing with salt¬ 
water fishing. 

Of a dozen Victoria visitors 
selected at random from 
among those seeking tourist 


information yesterday, five 
were Canadians. One came 
from England and the remain 
der from the U.S. 

In the shopping line, their 
tastes lean toward hand 
crafted Canadian product* and 
British import*. 

"I buy all my suit*, slacks 
and jackets in Canada." one 
U.S. visitor said, “and they 
are all tailored from British 
textiles/' 

He said he didn’t believe 
the initial prices of the 
garments were lower than 
domestic products in his own 
country, but added. “They Just 
seem to last, and Iasi and 
last." 


Eat Seaweed for Candy? 
Victoria Tried It in 1912 


A visiting Japanese botanist 
who recently suggested Cana¬ 
dians should use seaweed for 
candy and food was 47 years 
too late— Victoria had a sea 
weed factory of fas own in 
1912. 

And kelp candy, artificially 
colored and flavored and cut 
to resemble pieces of fruit, 
was sold in Victoria stores 
The factory was begun in 
1912 by a California business 
man. Nick Clarke, who raised 


money for his schema to 
harvest the kelp beds off 
Brotchie Ledge 
One. of his backers was the 
late James Lemon, of Lemon 
Gonnason. the firm which was 
the forerunner of Crowe-Gon- 
nason. The factory was estab 
lished in a shed On the lumber 
firm’s property. 

The plant also 'produced 
iodine and potassium from the 
kelp for sale to drug firms. 
But the factory apparently 


failed within a year and wa« 
closed down 

The suggestion that Canada 
should use seaweed came from 
Prof Yamada Yuklo. botanist 
at Hokkaido University, who 
is one of 40 international 
botanist* who arrived in Vic¬ 
toria yesterday afternoon 

They are being escorted by 
Dr. Adam Srrzawinskf. pro¬ 
vincial botanist, who met the 
party at Nanaimo and took it 
up-Island 

MEE PARKS 


■-a _ Yesterday the group visited 

f ay Was Too Low r*2~ 'ELI 


Postmaster Quit 

Langford Post Office Still Closed 


firr 

$30 or"$40 a month out of my federal goverrirr 


own pocket 


Langford has been without 
its own post office since Aug 1. 
toria said last night that sev¬ 
eral applications have been 
received and every effort is 
PoMal authorities in Vic- 
being made to find a new loca 
tion lor the sub-office 

Meanwhile, most residents located at 706 Goldstream. fol 
are up in arms, according to 
Douglas Price, who was local 
postmaster up to July 31. 

“A lot of people are mad at 
me." he said. '‘I'm perfectly 
willing to keep on the sub post 


Price. "The $130 wouldn't 


apply to the "Mr. Price doesn t appear to ment is satisfactory to the vast 
nt," said Mr. realize that the payments for majority of them.” 


his first year of operation 


The nearest sub-post offices cover the wages for one good ___ .. 

are located at Colwood Corner clerk wer * * n of 

and Glen Lake I had to hire a woman full business. After a year’s opera 

Decision to move the sub- time to handle the suboffice mob when revenue* didn’t 


Business done in ^angford 
during the 13 months he oper 
ated the sub-office "wasn't 
chicken feed.” said Mr. Price 
banked more than $130,000 


Lake Park. Countries 
sented by the botanists includa 
France. Germany. Sweden, 
Japan. India. Turkey. Bel¬ 
gium Holland, the United 
States. Australia. New Zea 
land and England 
Today they will he taken on 
a sightseeing tour of Victoria, 
including the Butchart Gar¬ 
dens. Beacon Hill Park and 
Mount Douglas Park before 
returning to Nanaimo. 


COW I CHAN LAKE — Two 

office out of his radio store and on top of that put in about come up to this estimate, his for the government during that area residents were fined $50 

40 hours a month of my own salary was reduced ” time.’’ » each hi courj. here yesterday 

lowed receipt of notification time.*' { Mr. Reid said turnover He added, that business when they pleaded guilty to 

that his $130 monthly pay Victoria postmaster Robert among operators of nearly- 40 gained for his store by cus- charges of drinking at a dance 
menta from the post office Reid said monthly payments subpost offices In Greater tomers using the post office at Mesachie Lake. - 

were reduced by about $30 for operation of tub-office* Victoria is very low- ‘about “wasn’t enough" to justify the They are Dorris Freiaen. 

“There are minimum wage are made on a commission one or two ■ year—indicating extra work and expense of op honeymoon Bay and James 

laws in this country, but appar basis. t l believe, that the basis of pay . crating the suboffice. Turko, Mesachie Laka. 


Princess Gets 
No Fanfare, 

Little Notice 


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SUNDAY, AUGUST 9 . 1939 


This is Judy Shea, and her very good friend Beauty, a glossy black Labrador. 
Like a good many other people, Judy is an intent fisher. Concentrated on her 
lure at Esquimalt Lagoon, she's no time for the camera. Her home's at 191 
Lagoon Road.—Islander photo by Bill Boucher. 


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f ;> 

Jn j 
Dlib 

■duties 

GOLDEN 

HAWKS 

are 

COMING 

Page 3 

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i ' : i j ; j'/ : 

• • 

CECIL 

CLARK 

Crime 

Story 

Pages 8 and 9 






The Old Sailor Smelled the Klondike Gold 


PIONEER 


ADVENTURER 


C APT. WIIXIAM MOORK 
wu on# of thoae ruiH 
idventurm who helped give 
Victoria lt« personality — a 
mmh of th# »em f • Hunter for 
gold, a man constantly filled 
with the excitement of living 
even until he wan very old. 
a dreamer, and one w ho 
hacked hln dreamy and sat 
tight, unafraid, and never dis¬ 
couraged. until those dream* 
came true. 

There la no record In the 
public archives today as to 
Moote s birthplace, but he 
came here in 1858. with the 
horde of gold seekers who 
came north from California 
bound for tbe Fraaer River. 

Rather tlran hunt for gok^ 
that time. Moore buHt ships 
to transport the miners and 
their freight. 

Ills first venture In ship¬ 
building was In September of 
1859,' as we read in The 
Colonist: "Capt. William 
Moore of the barge Bridge 
River is ^building a small 
steamer at* Dead-Man s Point 
to run on Fraser River. She 
is particularly designed to 
ply at low stages of water on 
Harrison River, and between 
Hope and YaJe. By connecting 
the two latter points by steam 
communication it will prove 
t material advantage to the 
merchants at Yale who 
piomlae the enterprising prop¬ 
rietor their support. Capt. 
Mooie has been on Fraser 
River, since the discovery of 
gold; and the building of a 
steamer now to ply its waters 
is a convincing evidence of 
< nnfkleiu-e In the country. 
The steamer will be propelled 
by a stein wheel. Her length 
Is 73 feet. . .” 

By mid October the new 
vessel was ready to take to 
the water: 

"The new stern w heel 
steamer Henrietta was 
launched on Monday. Her en¬ 
gine will be here in December 
flora San Francis^ In the 
meantime Capt. Moore intends 
to make a trip or two with 
her to F*ort Douglas under 
sail. She will start on her 
first voyage the last of this 
week, and as she will go 


direct to Port Douglas it wilf 
prove an advantage to mer¬ 
chants to ship directly by her. 
Mr. Holmes, who built her for 
Capt Moon-, deserves great 
credit for the skill and work* 
manship displayed in her con¬ 
struction*’ 

as* 

THE IIENRIKTTA caused a 
stir In Victoria, for she was a 
handsome craft, and Victonajis 
were proud indei'd that such a 
fine ship could he built here. 

In January of 1860 there was 
great excitement because the 
Henrietta had a trial run: 
"The steamer Henrietta. Capt 
Moore, now lying at Myers’ 
wharf, made her trial run 
around our harbor Thursday. 
Her machinery worked well; 
and as near as could be 
estimated, though not at full 
speed, she made 10 knots." 

There was a pat on the 
hack for Capt. Moore: “Her 
proprietor —Capt. Moore — de¬ 
serves success. He com¬ 
menced carrying freight in a 
small open boat to Fraser 
River a little over a year ago. 
Success attended his danger¬ 
ous and laborious business 
and now he is the owner of 
the tight little steamer Hen¬ 
rietta. With enterprise made 
of suclP stuff, at the end of 
another year he will probably 
be proprietor of a steamer 
large enough to make a jolly- 
boat of the Henrietta. Com¬ 
modore Vanderbilt com¬ 
menced as a ferryman. Who 
know’s but Capt. Moore will 
be Commodore Moore ere 
long ” 

Capt. Moore seems to have 
been the hero of the day: every-* 
one admired his. com age. his 
determination, hi* positive 
thinking, his complete convic¬ 
tion that British Columbia 
would someday be a gieat 
place. - 

Everyone talked about Capt. 
Moore what a character he 
was. how picturesque, a rolling 
stone who somehow was gath¬ 
ering some moss, but not 
rnnugh to make of him a moss- 
back. 

The Colonist found H could 
never publish enough storiea 
about this man. the public gob¬ 
bled them up so. and always 
asked for more. 


By 

James K. Nesbitt 

HERE’S ONE. in February 
of I860: 

"Now that Capt. Moore’s 
little steamer has proved an 
entire success as far as the 
Douglas rapids are concerned, 
we expect soon to hear of the 
arrival of that boat at Yale. 
The point most to be dreadr*d 
between that place and Hope is 
the Hill's Bar rapids, and by 
making a partial portage and 
w'ith the aid of tow lines we 
think the difficulty might be 
overcome.” 

* * * 

The Colonist went into the 
past to tell one of the amusing 
yarns to prove Capt. Moore 
was quite a one: "Speaking of 
Capt. Moore reminds us of an 
anecdote we heard of him 
lately. In the fall of 1858. 
Moore arrived with the first 
large boat at Yale -capable of 
carrying seven tons. Of course, 
the arrival of such a .monster 
filled everyone with amaze¬ 
ment and a large crowd gath¬ 
ered and commenced to put 
questions to the captain as to 
his intentions—many asking if 
he intended to take the boat 
through the canyon. 

"After enduring the boring 
patiently for sometime, and 
without reply, tbe captain at 
last broke out: *See here, you 
folks. I wish you’d stop asking 
questions; there’s no use of my 
answering you wouWin’t be¬ 
lieve me. If I saw I’m going to 
take her up the canyon, you’ll 
say I’m a fool; and if I say I 
ain’t going up you’ll call me a 
blasted liar.’ 

"The captain was allowed to 
land hie cargoes in pea<e after 
that.” 

Tbe Henrietta was doing so 
well Capt. Moore took another 
plunge and built another ship 
in 1863: 

"Yesterday the fine stern 
w heel steamer Alexandra. Capt. - 
William Moore, was* success¬ 
fully launched from the yard 
of the builder. Mr. Trahey. oft 
the* west side of the arm. A 
considerable number of spec¬ 
tators assembled to witness the 
interesting sight, and the Alex¬ 


andra glided swiftly and grace¬ 
fully down the ways into her 
natural element.’’ 

In the 70 s and the 80 s Capt 
Moore owned a large numLr 
of vessels. Once he was accused 
of piracy, and there was a long- 
diawn4>ut court case, but there 
is no room here to fell that 
fascinating story, as romantic 
as any ever painted in words 
by Jack London. 

* * * 

From time to time Capt. 
Moore would disappear for 
weeks, and sometimes for 
months, and then return to the 
waterfront here, and talk mys¬ 
teriously of a far-away land 
where gold abounded, a land 
desolate but wildly beautiful, 
and someday, said the captain, 
that land would be a great land; 
there d be a gold rush there, he 
insisted, that would make Cali¬ 
fornia and the Fraser pale into 
insignificance. 

However, in February of 
189*2. Moore came back.to Vic¬ 
toria from one of those mys¬ 
terious jaunts and he decided 
the time had come to talk. He 
sent for a Colonist reporter, 
who wrote: 

"Capt. William Moore is one 
of those men whose wonderful 
endurance and indomitable 
energy have made them pion¬ 
eers twice over. Not content 
with being one of the earliest 
settlers of the (province of 
British Columbia and working 
hard for several years towards 
its development and growth, 
ttie captain., anxious for ne • 
fields to discover and explore, 
pushed forward into unknown 
lands for the second time in 
lus life, and although a com¬ 
paratively elderly man. finished 
another long and ardu s 
period of pioneering as hale 
as when he started. 

"Since the year 1858 he has 
beeftln the region surrounding 
the big Yukon watershed, at 
short intervals, and naturally 
has much to say regarding the 
wonderful things in that 
strange western land: "Away 
up there, surrounding the head¬ 
waters of the Yukon. 2.000 
miles from the mouth of that 
nohle river, there is a grand 
and beautiful land, barred, 
how ; ever. at present, to a’i but 
hardy, strong men, on account 
of the lack of trails and roads 


into the region. I advocate 
most strongly, and every other 
man w ho has been in the coun¬ 
try will advocate with me. the 
‘making of a road from Britia’i 
Columbia to southern Alaska 
and along the lakes of the 
Yukon. 

"You ask me if I think the 
future of the northern country 
w ill warrant much expenditure 
in this direction. I can assure 
you that there will soon be a 
time when you w ill see 30.000 
miners in that place, all pros¬ 
pering steadily and all content 
to live there and develop the 
land. I have probably been in 
the Yukon region more than 
any man today. It is not to my 
personal advantage to speak in 
glowing language of the place, 
for land there is for the asking, 
and I have nothing to boom. 
But I know of no part of the 
world in which exist such 
boundless possibilities for 
young men.” 

* * 

By this time Capt. Moore had 
pre empted much of the land at 
the head of the Lynn Canal at 
the bottom of the tnrtuoua pass 
into the hinterland, for he 
knew* what was bound to hap¬ 
pen. and he wanted to be in 
on the ground floor, and indeed 
he was. for the land he owned 
became the town of Skagway, 
and through Skagway poured 
the thousand* of miners, up 
over the White Pass to Lake 
Bennett, where they built their 
boats and barges and floated 
down the Yukon to Dawson 
City. 

In 1897, just before the Klon¬ 
dike gold rush roared in earn¬ 
est. Capt. Moore came back 
from the north: "Among the 
passengers by the Islander 
from Skagway was the veteran 
Capt. William Moore, who has 
given his name to what is now 
the favorite pass through the 
mountains. Recently he has 
bec^i engaged in trail building 
for the British Yukon Company 
from SUagwav; to Bennett. It is 
Capt. Moore’s son. Benjaifkln, 
who ha* been christened the 
King of Skagway, he having re¬ 
sided there for >ears past and 
owning the lane* which tha 
tented city lias risen upon.” 

♦ * * 

Early In 1898 Capt. Moore 
took his w ife, and off they went 
to live in Skagway, so that he 
would not mUs one moment of 
the great gold exeltment. which 
he. in large measure, had pro¬ 
moted. 

We read this interesting ac 
count in The Colonist in August 
of 1898: "Mr. and Mrs. J. W 
Moore returned yesterday or 
the Tees from Skagway, where 
they have been visiting for th« 
past 15 days the parents of Mr 
Moore. Cant, and Mrs. William 
Moore. Cggpt Moore* is the 
pioneer of SWirwav. the first 
white man to cross the now 
famous White Pass, the en¬ 
gineer and bi"!der of the trail 
that by Skagwayians is 
claimed to he the cheapest, 
quickest an I easiest route to 
the gold fields. Capt. Moore 
laid out the townsite of Skag¬ 
way right years ago. and built 
the only first i lass wharf that 
Skagway has." 



SEN DAY, AEG. », IK* 


A 


] 



V ictoria: 

—will M 
batics on Aui 
fliers in the t 
It’s a fre 
Royal Canadi. 
activities mar 
versarv of fl 
birthday year. 

It will be eon 
there isn’t real|\ 
In the huge par 
perfect view of t! 

The Golden ] 
apace stage at 2.: 
With good Wealh 
ance of Sabre jet 
excelled. 

These flying f 
and white airciai 
air force aerobal 
appearances since 
era —stunted theii 
wrere fast aircraft 
at more than tlv 
Formation fiyi 
In any circumstar 
team is a real s 
The men hav 
leader se*s the f 
mates watch him 
For somethin# 
Fern VUleneuve, 
Canada’s — and tl 
bade pilots, will 
toria demonstrati 
The format ior 


(ontinued on Page 1ft 







** 

Hair-Raisi ng is the 

RCf 

IF’s 

Descriptive Word 

WAV 

IKS 

for Their Flying 

HERE 



ICTORIANS— and visitors to the city 
—will n display of daring aero¬ 

batics on Aug. 23 by some of the finest 
file is in the world. 

It’s a free show, presented by the 
Royal Canadian Air Force, as part of the 
activities marking Canada's golden anni¬ 
versary of flight and the RCAFs 35th 

birthday ye;»t. 

It will be concentrated over Beacon Hill. So 
there isn’t reallv any lir^p’ion to the audience. 

In the huge park area thousands can have a 
perfect view of the breath-taking performance. 

The Golden Hawks scream out into their 
space stage at 2.30 p.m. on a Sunday afternoon. 
With good weather, Victoria will see a perform¬ 
ance of Sabre Jot aircraft rarely duplicated, never 
excelled. 

These flying folk are pros. In their gold, red 
and white aim a ft they will be one of the first 
sir force aerobatic teams to fly in ration-wkW 
appearances since the famous Siskins -of another 
era—stunted their way across the country. Those ^ 
were fast aircraft for 1931, but the Sabres travel 
at more than three times their speed. 

Formation flying is an eye-pleasing evolution 
In any circumstance, but the aerobatics of a tight 
team is a real sj>ectacle. 

The men have to be precision perfect. The 
leader se’s the pace and the program, and his 
mates watch him and move precisely as he does. 

For something like half an hour Sqdn. Ldr. 
Tern Villeneuve. 31, Ottawa considered one of 
Canada’s - and therefore the world’s — top aero¬ 
batic pilots, will lead his flight during the Vie 
toria demonstration. 

The formation will race through a sequenc. 


These are six of Canada's Golden Hawks. 
Sqdn.-I.dr. Kern Vilieneiiw- illiiHlrate* a nta 
noeuvre to pilots surrounding him, from left 
to right. Kit.-Lieut. Jim >l< < oimIm*. KO fid 
ttoideba. Klt.-IJeut. Ralph Ami in. fUlJcsi 
Jetob Ker and KO John Price. All will Rr In 
the air over Victoria In a display on Suifday, 
Aug 23. at 2.30 p.m. 



This la the famous bomb-burst—one of the 
tost spectacular of the RCAF Golden Hawks' 
’"led evolutions In aerobatics. 


of loops, rolls, crossovers, bomb bursts, Cuban 
fights and rhubarbs. These are all standard 
manoeuvres with RCAF fighter pilots, but they 
are something else again when earth'd out in 
close company. 

There are eight men in the Canadian team. 
Villeneuve. who joined the RCAF in 1950, .served 
overseas with 441 Fighter Squadron, went to let 
squadrons In 1954 and has been instructing in 
Jets most of the time since 

There are seven others in the learn: Fit. Lieut 
Ralph E. Annis, 28, McAdam. N,B„ and FO John 
T. Price, 28, Knowlton. P.Q., the solo artists. 

Flying with Villeneuve in the regular forma¬ 
tion are Flt.-Lieut. Jim l). MeComb. 26. Frederic- 
ton, N.B., as No. 2; FO E. J. Rozdeba. 26. Bier*, 
fait, Sask., No. 3. and Llt.-Lieut. G. Jebb Ker. 23^ 
Welland, Ont., No. 4 

Stand by pilots are FO Bill C. Stewart, 24. Dal- 
housie, N.B., and FO Jim A. Holt, 23. Kamloops. 

All of these young men have been Instructors 
for some time. 

Since J. A. D. Mi-Curdy left the ground for 
the first time In Canada in a heavier than air 
machine 50 years ago. aviation has made giant 
stVides. 

It may have been, in part the challenge air- 
men accepted from the un« xplored northlanda, 
and certainly the experience of three wars added 
to the knowledge and skill of Canadian pilots; 
but whatever the causes the nation has developed 
men of the highest aeronautical attainments. 

The Golden Hawks are doing much to en¬ 
hance ■ reputation already bright 

fiatlit Colonim 3 

SUNDAY, AUG. ». lfOO 










West Coast Stor y 

NOOTKA: 


WREN COOK’8 SHIPS returned to England, 
^ ho fabulous were the account* found in hw 
journal* of rich fur*— mostly sea otter—obtainable 
on thi* coast, that many expeditions were fitted 
cut. both at I^ondon and Boston, to exploit the 
trade. They naturally headed for Nootka, whieh 
place Cook had indicated as the best spot where 
a valuable cargo might be collected. 


By George Nicholson 

B.C.’s FIRST SEAPORT 


Thus. Nootka. both during 
the occupation of that place 
by the Spaniards. 1789-1795, 
and for manv years after 
Wards, was a busy seaport. In 
fact, until Victoria became a 
poll, in 1843. the first settlers 
arrived at Nanaimo (about the 
same time! and a few years 
later when a sawmill was 
built on Burrard Inlet, Nootka 
Was our only seaport. 

There were no white resi¬ 
dents at Nootka then, nor for 
that mattei at any other place 
in what is now known as 
British Columbia; and of 
cou rue. no customs. Ships 
enme anc, went as they 
pleased. Trade with the In¬ 
dians was%x»nducted "over<Mie 
Sklc ." This, however, pre¬ 
sented no difficulties, for the 
axeiage vessel In those days 
had but little freeboard; an 
Indian standing In his canoe 
could lean over the ship's rail. 

James Hanna made two 
Voyages from China to this 
coast, the first with a 60-ton 
brig which arrived at Nootka 
in August 1785. Soon After 
her arrival, the Indiana, tak 
ing advantage of the smallness 
of this \essel. attempted to 
capture hei in daylight, but 
the attack failed and many 
natives were killed. After this 
dr leaf the Indians traded 
quietly and peaceably, and 
Hanna was successful in pro¬ 
em ing sea otfer skins, 

which solo at Canton for 

$20 000. 

Thus encouraged, Hanna 
was hack at Nootka in August 
the following year with the 
snow Sea Otter. 120 tons, 
which he fitted out at Macao. 
Mean hlle, other vessels had 
been there (the Captain Cook 
and the Experiment), but 
about Ml sea otter skins were 
all he could secure. Alter 
staying about a fortnight, he 
Bailed westward ipd anchored 
In Sea Otter Cove (the name 
given by Hanna, retained to 
this day >. near Cape Scott. He 
then visited what is now known 
as Queen Charlotte Sound, ■ 
Where he examined and named 
jeveial places. Furs procured 
on this vovage. 100 sea otter 
akitis and .100 slips and pieces, 
sold at Canton for $8 000 
Hanna, on a visit to Clayo- 
quot Sound, exchanged names 
with Chief Cleaskina. an inci 
dent which caused consider 
able confusion when the same 
chief introduced himself to 
subsequent traders as "Captain 
Hanna. The exchanging of 
names by Indian chiefs with 
thru vtattQfB, vommo* prac 
tice in those days, was in¬ 
tended as a great compliment, 
and the traders played it up. 

A third vov* 4 ie to this coast 
was planned, but before this 
active and able seaman could 
ae! out, he was called to make 

4 Baily (Colonist 

SUNDAY, AVO. ». IBS* 


that voyage from whence 
there is no return. 

a a a 

The mows Caotain Cook. 300 
tons. Captain Low-rie, and Ex¬ 
periment. 100 tons. Captain 
Guise, arrived at Nootka from 
Bombay in 1786. John Mackay. 
surgeon s mate of the Captain 
Cook, was left at Friendly 
Cove at his own request, and 
remained with the natives for 
about 12 months, when he was 
picked up by the Imperial 
Eagle. It was Lowrir who 
named Queen Charlotte Sound, 
after Queen Charlotte, wife of 
King George III. 

The King George's Sound 
(the name Cook first gave 
to Nootka Sound» Company 
sent out two vessels, the ship 
King George. 320 tons, under 
the command of Nathaniel 
Portlock, and the Queen 
Charlotte. After which the 
Queen Charlotte Islands were 
named, a snow of 200 tons, 
George Dixon in command. 
Both arrived on *nis coas' in 
1786. The voyage was most 
successful; furs collected. 2.552 
skins, real izrd_$54,847 in China. 
Thence the ships returned 
home with tea for the East 
India Company, arriving in 
Loi.don in September 1788. 

Dixon, after whom Dixon 
Entrance, between the Queen 
Charlotte Islands and the 
south coast of Alaska, was 
named, and Portlock • Portlock 
Pol.it near Toflno*. had both 
been on the cogst before with 
Cook. 

* * A 

Dixon tells of an incident 
which occurred while cruising 
along the went coast of the 
Queen Charlotte Islands, from 
whence the two ships pro¬ 
ceeded from Nootka. and 
where most of the expedition's 
furs were obtained He met 
"an old Indian of authority" 
to whom he gave a light 
horseman's cap. A few days 
later, the vessel having 
rounded Cape St. .lames, the 
same old man was met again, 
this time as a person of first 
consequence, for h turned out 
to he the chief of the Cum- 
shewas (Cumsch-w a Inlet. 

I ioreshy Island». lle had lost 
the cap. and coming aboard 
showed Dixon *h; wounds he 
had received in battle defend¬ 
ing his property 

He hogged for another, 
which was given him. intimat¬ 
ing at the same time he would * 
lose this one only with his 
life. Dixon further remarks 
that the second cap u as not 
bestowed in va*t\ for tne chief 
was extremely useful in traf¬ 
fic. everything being referred 
to hin by his followers, and 
his rutin*, was final. 

The 50 ton sloop Princess 
Royal. Charles Duncan, had 
quite an adventurous career on 
this coast. She left England in 
September, 1786, manned by 



15 men. in company with the 
Prince of Wales, James Col- 
nett. Both arrived at Nootka. 


The Boston traders, Kend¬ 
rick and Gray, with the ships 
Columbia. 220 tons, and sloop 


via Cape Horn, in July. 1787.' Washington. 90 tons, were at 


He.e they found that the Im¬ 
perial Eagle had anticipated 
them, and In consequence, 
trade was slack. 

Leaving Nootka. they met 
up with Dixon, in the Queen 
Charlotte, who advised them to 
steer for the Queen Charlotte 
Islands, where hf nad met with 
a good market. The winter 
was spent in the Sandwich 
Islands, returning to this coast 
In the spring Many furs were 
retained, which later sold in 
China at a good profit. 

Duncan sailed in the Prince 
of Wales for England, having 
made a prosperous voyage in< 
his little vessel. The Princess 
Royal, in charge of Hudson, 
returned to Nootxa in corn- 
pan. with the Argonaut, Cap¬ 
tain Colnett. and on arriving 
there after the Spaniaids had 
taken possession of the place, 
both vessels were unjustifiably 
seized, in July. 1789. The crew, 
cargo and stores were turned 
out of the Princess Royal, and 
the vessel, renam *d the Prin- 
cesa Real, placet! the Span- 
i h naval service with Sub- 
Lieut. Quimper in tommand. 

A * * 

HHied by the Spaniards 

about the same time, were the 
Felice Iphigrnia and North* 


Nootka during the early days 
of th Spanish occupation, but 
being American htizens, were 
unmolested by th* Spaniards 
during the quarrel with Great 
Britain. 

It is stated that in one in¬ 
stance these traders received 
for some cheap chisels and 
other small article of about 
$100 value, sea otter furs to 
the value of $8,000. 

In 1789. the two com¬ 
manders traded ships, Gray 
taking the Columbia to China 
and tlienee to Boston. Kendrick 
remaining on this coast with 
the Washington. Kendrick 
spent 1790 organizing a new 
trade in san rile wood from the 
Sandwich Islands to China, 
which was successful. The next 
year hi was back at Nootka in 
the Washington, changed from 
a sloop to a brig. 

Gray, with the Columbia, re¬ 
turned to this coast in 1792 
and wintered in Clayoquot 
Sound. There, on Meares 
Island, he built a schooner 
named the Advenmn. the sec¬ 
ond vessel constructed on this 
coast which was «atcr sold to 
Quadra for 75 choice sea otter 
skins. He then proeeeileri south 
Ip the Columbia and discovered 
the large river which he 


west America, the property of ^named after his ship. Gray's 


John Meares. a me time Brit¬ 
ish naval officer turned mer- 
ant. MeafaA # irst arrived at 
Nootka In 1786 with the snow 
Nootka from Calcutta, where 
he had recently formed a com¬ 
pany. the Associated Mer¬ 
chants. to develop the north¬ 
west America fur trade. This 
expedition, however, was not 
very successful. Bau weather 
and hi men suffering from 
scurvy, forced him to return 
to Ma cao now' his headquar¬ 
ters. with but few- furs. 

He returned the following 
year with the snows Felice 
and Iphigenia. and before his 
ships were seized, traded at 
different places along on the 
coast. He also built the 48-foot 
schooner Northwest America, 
the first vessel constructed on 
this const north jf Monteray. 

exioo which he launched at 
Friendly Cove on Sept. 20. 
1788. i She was seized shortly 
afterwards.) 

After the seizure of his ven 
sels, Meares proceeded over¬ 
land across Mexico and sub¬ 
sequently arrived in London, 
where he appeared In person 
before the British parliament 
to protest the action of the 
Spaniards. 


Harbor was natned a*ter him¬ 
self. Kendrick Inlet. Nootka 
Sound, after Kendrick. 

AAA 

The largest vessel to arrive 

at Nootka to this imi was the 
British ship Imperial Eagle, 
Captain Charles William Bark¬ 
ley. Formerly the East India 
man Lou 4 oun. full rigged 
ship of 400 tons, mounting 20 
guns, was at Nootka in June, 
1787. An excellent market was 
found and a large number of 
s^a otter skins speedily pur- 
i h ed, principally through the 
agency of Dr. John Mackay, 
whq was found living with the 
natives and taken on board the 
Imperial Eagle. 

On leaving Nootka. an east 
erly course was steered along 
Ahe Land till the sound now 
hearing Barkley's name was 
discovered. Continuing south¬ 
eastward. Juan de Fuca Strait 
was passed and vhrn off De 
struct Ion Island, below Cape 
Beale (. the ship s purser, with 
Second Mate Miller and the 
whole of a boat's crew were 
kil.ed by the natives. Destruc 
tion Island was named by 
Barkley for this tragedy. 

From here the Imperial 
Eagle proceeded to China, 


where furs. 800 in number, 
were disposed of after some 
difficulty, the market being 
overstocked, for $30,000. Bark¬ 
ley was accompanied on the 
voyage by Mrs. Barkley, their 
marriage having taken place 
at Ostend a few days before 
the Imperial Eagle set out on 
this voyage. 

Maekay’s first visit to the 
ship is described in Mrs. Bark¬ 
ley’s diary in an amusing man¬ 
ner: "His dress and appear¬ 
ance. the same as a native, 
was, to say the least, disgust¬ 
ing. . . . the surprise when he 
introduced himself as Dr. John 
Mackay Jo Captain Barkley 
and mvsrlf v as great indeed.'* 
Barklev. again accompanied 
by his v\’ifc. was hack at Noot- 
ka in 1792 with the brig Hal- 
cyon, hut v/ith this small vessel 
he had his troubles. First, the 
trip me' v h only fair results. 
Then, after disposing of his 
few furs in China, he sailed fof 
Mauritius, where the French 
promptly se /'Hi the ship. But 
due to influential French 
friends whom Captain and 
Mrs. Barkley had made there 
when in the Imperial Eagle, 
the vessel was restored to him. 

The Halcyon was e/.crw’ardt 
stolen by an u/principled 
scoundrel under e nose com¬ 
mand Barkley has placed her. 

S range to sa>, some years 
afterwards, when in England, 
Barklev learned that his brig 
was in Boston; he went there, 
and through the influence of 
the British consul, she was 
restored to him. 

< ir A ? 

William Brown, in the ship 
Buttrrwoitit, formerly a 
French frigate if .-iO tons, cap¬ 
tured In the war of 1793. was 
buying furs at Nootkf in 1795, 
when he witnessed the with¬ 
drawal of the Spanish garri¬ 
son. 

Richard J. Cleveland, with 
the American sloop Caroline, 

50 tons «and 16 men. made a 
very successful trading voyage 
to this coast from China m 
1799; for the size of the ship, 
the richest. Value oi outward 
cargo wa-- $9 Off), and retarn 
cargo of fur.-, sold at Canton, 
realized $51,000. 

Cleveli i.d s description of 
the Coast Indians was not very 
complimentary. lie states; "A i 
moie hideous set of beings, in 
the form of men and women, 

I had never before seen. The 
fantastic manner in which 
many of the lares of the men 
were painted was pnhabjy in¬ 
tended to give them a ferociou* 
appearance, and -omc groups 

Continued on Page 14 



„ KDWAKU C( 

ni/able to anyone 
vision, slim, yi 
Goodall says wi* 
thuau^m. I can' 
belter fieRL^or m 
this country" 
Interpreting 
home pro\ ince ti 
of ^his native 
novelty to Mr. Go 
publication of the 
House pictures in 
dozen times he hi 
story in pictures i 
publications read 
the University ol 
lumbia. Shaw nig; 
versify Schools 
his other subject 
A member of a 
included several 
artists. Ted show 
aptitude for draw 
I was a small bo 
not so many on 
t ion*—TV and so 
easier to concent 
Augustus John 
his father's. ad\ 
sending the boy t 
suggested instead! 
taught privately 
to create his jowi 
cordingly. his tuii 
In the hands of 
regarded pupil c 
Sir Hubert von II 
Whatever the 
the advice, the i 




HAPP*i 
LAN DIN 



MANEUVERS 
ALON3. When 

'MM1NENT, 
OP 











cholson 


I 


)RT 


1 



i in number, 
if after some 
market being 
$30,000. Bark- 
ianied on the 
Barkley, their 
: taken place 
t days before 
;le set out on 

visit to the 
in Mrs. Bark* 
amusing man- 
and appear- 
as a native, 
least, disgust- 
prise when he 
If as Dr. John 
>tain Barkley 
great indeed.” 
i accompanied 
hack at Noot- 
the brig Hal- 
is small vessel 
les. First, the 
ly fair results, 
posing of his ? 
a. he sailed tot 
o the French 
the ship. But 
ial French 
Captain and 
d made there 
i;>crial Kagle, i 

stored to him. 

,as j»/.erwards | 
(.’/principled 
e. nose com- j 

as placed her. 

, some years 
n in England, 
that his brig 
io went there, 

• influence of j 

sul, she was I 

' \ I 

* !• 

n. in the ship ( 

} r m e r 1 y a 
l .<0 tons, cap- 

• of 1793. was 

ontkg in 1795, 
sed the with- 
Spanish garri- i, 

eveiand. with 
loop Caroline, 
men. made a 
rading voyage 
cm China in 
e of the ship, 
ie ol outward 
D, and retmrn 
>ld at Canton, 

esciiption of 
t was not very 
He states: “A I 
of beings, in 
i and women, 
re seen. The 
*r in which 
** of the men 
s |» < hably in- 
•m a ferocious 
mmc groups 

i Page 14 







By GINNIE BEARDSLEY 


W 


„ KDWAKI) COODALL 

nizable to anyone with normal 
vision, slim, youthful Ted 
Coodall says with quiet en- 
thusi^m. “I ran t think of a 
better llekLJor my work, than 
this counted" 

Interpreting his chosen 
home province to the people 
of ^his native land is no 
novelty to Mr. Coodall, for the 
publication of the Government 
House pictures makes an even 
dozen times he has told a B.C. 
story in pictures to the British 
publications readers. Kitimat, 
the University of British Co¬ 
lumbia. Shawnigan and Uni¬ 
versity Schools were among 
his other subjects. 

A member of a family which 
Included several professional 
artists. Ted showed ah early 
aptitude for drawing. “When 
I was a small boy thf*re were 
not so many outside distrac¬ 
tions—TV and so on. It was 
easier to concentrate.” 

Augustus John, a friend of 
his father's. ad\ ised against 
sending the boy to art school, 
suggested instead that he be 
taught privately and allowed 
to create his own work. Ac¬ 
cordingly. his tuition was put 
in the hands of a very well 
regarded pupil of the great 
Sir Hubert von Herkomer. 

Whatever th* rra<toiM for 
the advice, the results have 


WILE BRITISH COLt MBIANS are turning 
in crowds to see their Queen, Her Ma¬ 
jesty's subjects at home were seeing the house 
• Elizabeth 11 visited in Victoria through the eyes of 
an artist whose work is familiar to almost every¬ 
one who visits a resort or hays a post card in B.C. 

justified the decision. Develop¬ 
ing a .style (in pencil, water- 
color apd pastel) which gives 
the beholder the happy sensa¬ 
tion ofj having discovered a 
new dimension of beauty in a ^ 
familiar scene or subject. / 

Edward Coodall has achieved •' 
a world wide reputation; and 
what is mare important, is 
constantly busy with comm is- V 4 
sions. 

In hik 26 years in Canada. ^ 

Mr. Goddall has covered a good 
deal ofj the country in the f 
course of assignments for 
books, postcards, magazines 
and calendars. Ontario «which 
he hop^s to visit this fall w'hen 
the maples are red), Quebec. 

Winnipeg and the mining 
country to the far north, the 
Rocky ’Mountains of Alberta 
and B.ff. as well as the coast, 
have ail furnished him with 
subjertjmatter. He has flown 
to the mines and climbed the 
mountains; drawn the moose, 
the beajr and The salmon; and 
depicteq the handsome struc 
tures man has created from 
stone and wood. Always, ex¬ 
cept in his famed nautical 
calendars, trees play a big p u t 
in any- Coodall drawing 

“I tn nk trees make a pic 
ture.” he says. 

“A gKid percentage of my 
joy in travelling and drawing 


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is in nu tting the people.” says 
artist Coodall in his pleasantly 
modulated voice. ”1 remember 
going north once from Win¬ 
nipeg one of the roost lovely 
♦rips I ever made -to a place 
called li.ssett, where the gold 
mines aie. There was quite 
an international settlement 
there. A family of Finns 
brought an armchair from 
their house out onto a point of 
the hill from which I wanted 
to make a drawing of the 
mine. They brought me tea, 
too. Wonderful people!” 

land in the pure pleasure of 
painting, the artist once nearly 
Ixt-ame marooned in Colombo. 
Seylon “lovely island! You 
can smell the cinnamon trees 
before you see the place” — 
while sketching the coconut 
palms going right out to the 
Indian Ocean. 

”TJv» captain or the ship was 
champng at the bit. and then 
the native who was taking me 
out by motor launch dropped 
his knife and stoppped to dive 
until he got it back. I still 
have th? drawing—one of the 
worst I evet made.” % 

Athletic Edward Coodall 
finds pleasure, too. in the 
physical challenges of the 
places where his work takes 
him. He la a member of the k 
Alpine Club of Canada, an 
enthusiastic swimmer; and he 
recent ly learned to water ski 


By this time, Edward (roodall's fellow Vicfor- 
ianfs too, are seeing; his four fine drawing* which 
make up a tw^-page spread in Britain’s famous 
Illustrated IxHidon New*. 

An artist who has built a solid success from de¬ 
picting the beauty about him in form easily recog- 


< “There's nothing to it once 
you get up on the skis. 1 
swallow .si half Ihe ocean gel¬ 
ling started. th<yjgh.”) ,s That 
was while working on a paint 
ing at Yellow Point. 

Of the Covetument House 
assignment. Mr. Coodall was 
warin in his pi :*w‘ A Lieu¬ 
tenant > Governoi and Mrs. 
Frank McKenzie Ross, by 
whose Jcind cooperation he 
w'as permitted to make the 
four thawings which give the 
viewer an idea of the beauty 
within the 162 Mjums of Can¬ 
ada’s newest and finest Gov- 
ernmertt House 

Probably the most difficult 
part of the d. .wing was the 
silver candelahu in the dining 
room. Giving an impression 
of the great length of this 
room, w r hich seats 46 persons, 
was also a challenge. Ai 
though working in black and 
white, Mr. Coodall remembers 
wjth particular pleasure the 
tasteful mustard shade of the 
carpet. 

In the sitting room of th* 

Royal saite. the problem was 
to suggest .the pattern of the 
subtly toned wallp«|ier with¬ 
out allowing it to play too 
prominent a role in the pic¬ 
ture. Here, and also in the 
drawing room, Mr. Coodall ap¬ 
preciated especially the many 
t*eautiful Fripp water colors ns 
well as the magnificent views. 


Outdoors, where he chose a 
view showing the juxtaposi¬ 
tion of old and new where the 
portico remaining from the 
previous building joins the 
grey, blue. *and pink granite 
of the new house, Mr. Coodall 
witli difficulty had to restrain 
himself from adding a flock 
of ducks which cronsed the 
lawn in singly file, following 
the leader. “I thought I'd bet¬ 
ter not. 1 didn't w f ant the edi¬ 
tor-saying, “Is this a Govern¬ 
ment House or a farm?’ ” 

“It was a plea^re to work 
on Government House — so 
many* beautiful things, and 
everything in such perfect 
taste.” 

Asked about his views on 
some ol the more controversial 
of artistic trends. Ted Coodall 
smiled, temoved his glasses, 
and remarked quietly. “If I 
started on that. I might g«-t In 
rathei deep. If they want to 
do that sort of thing, let them. 
It doesn't worry me.” 

And why should it? When 
you've built as solid a position 
as a pi ofessional artist as 
Edward Coodali has. there's 
no need to be disturbed about 
the fakery or false showman¬ 
ship of others. • Work -like hia 
tells a story that transcends 
both time and fad. 


Biiltl Colonial 5 

SUNDAY. AUG. 9, IK* 


World-Famous Illustrated London News Features 

MANSION HOME 

Through Artist’s Eyes 


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.Muriel Wilson 

I F YOU WANT to get anay from it all . •. the Ironing, the dusting, 
the telephone the house, the lawnmower, the weeds and the city 
... well, you should go on a picnic. 

Picnics, like everything else, have progressed. When I was a 
little girl picnics were different. Very few people owned cars and 
supper had to be packed in baskets that could be conveniently carried. 
We used to go to city parks by street car or to the more distant 
beaches by inteiurban tram. Father usually carried the big picnic 
basket containing the lunch (he didn’t really like picnics). Mother 
carried the baby end the biggcs children each carried a roll containing 


Plans a Picnic 

a bathing suit (more bulky than today) and a towel. 

We didn’t take dishes or hot casseroles because they were bulky 
and heavy to carry. Sandwiches, hard cooked eggs, tomatoes, cucuro- 
ber and radishes, a cake or cookies and fruit was about all we took. 

Sometimes I winder if we had to go by street car and carry 
everything if there would be many picnics today. I can’t remember 
thinking it was a hardship. Picnics were fun and the children at least 
enjoyed them. There was always joyful anticipation. We expected 
to get sand in our shoes, ants in the food, sunburn and mosquito bite* 

... that was all part of a picnic and it never dampened our ardor. 


I guess automobiles have tender. Fry one pound of 
done more to change picnics' ground beef, one-half cup 


titan anything else. Now we 
can take along dishes, cutlery, 
hot casseroles or bean pots, 
thermos hampers that will 
keep meat, salads, butter and 
vnilk cold or portable grills to 
cook food right on the spot. I 
•me not sure^at going on a 
picnic today is any simpler, but 
certainly one has more choice 
as to the aort of picnic one can 
have It can be plain or fancy 
according to the amount of 
equipment one cares 4o pack 
along. 

Last week we went to an 
Invitation picnic, it was a really 
workless picnic for me because 
©ur hostess insisted that it was 
hei picnic and all that we had 
to do was “to come.” 

Because the meal was so 
well planned I’d like to tell you 
about it. Everything was 
packed very compactly in a 
large basket. There were four 
of us, so there were four plates 
holding the main course. The 
plates were dinner size and 
divided into compart men!*. 
They were made qf foil like 
fhe store plates holding bought 
TV dinners. On each plate was 
half a cold fried chicken, 
brown bread watercress sand¬ 
wiches. a tomato stuffed with 
role slaw, celery sticks and 
tiny raw carrots. Each plate 
Was slipped into its own plastic 
hag and stacked one on top of 
imother in the basket. 

In a covered plastic contain- 
'pr was a crisp green salad. The 
©a tad dressing was carried in 
©ne of those syrup pitchers 
with a sliding lid. A second 
pitcher of the same kind held 
cream for coffee and berries. 
There was a plastic dispenser 
lor sugar. * 

Dessert was fresh berries 
packed in wax paper cupr and 
a yummy' chocolate cake with 
thick butter icing. The cake 
had t>een baked in one of those 
©blong refrigerator pan*. It 
was iced and felt right in the 
pan. The lid protected the icing 
perfectly. Because everything 
was packed so compactly 
there was phmty of room In 
the basket for coffee mugs. 
Spoons, forks and paper Able- 
naps. The only things that had 
to be carried separately were 
two large thermoses of coffee. 

It was a fine meal, served and 
eaten comfortably without a 
lot of fuss and bother. 

If you like to have a Iwt 
dish, a casserole or pot of 
baked beans Is good. “Spaghrt 
ti Bake” is a perfect picnic 
dish. You can make it ahead 
©f time and reheat it just be 
lore leaving for your picnic. 

If casserole is wrapped in 
©everal thicknesses of news¬ 
paper when it.is piping hot it 
Will keep for several hours. 

Cook two cups spaghetti In 
fral ted boiling water unti l 

§ llallg (ToloitUtf 

SUNDAY, AUG. * IMS 


chopped onion and a quarter 
cup shredded green pepper 
until lightly cooked in two 
tablespoons salad oil. Keep the 
heat low and stir while cook¬ 
ing. Add half a teaspoon salt, 
a teaspoon each of accent and 
chili powder and two eight- 
ounce tins tomato sauce Add 
one tall tin pitted ripe oMves. 
Drain the spaghetti and mix 
into the meat sauce. Pour *11 
into a casserole, cover with a 
generous layer of grated 
rhwse and bake uncovered 
until well heated through and 
brown on top. Have a hot oven, 
400 degrees. If you have no 
rover for the casserole, use foil 
when packing. 

To round out this one-dish 
picnic meal take along but¬ 
tered rolls, a potato salad and 
a plastic covered container 
with carrot sticks, celery curls, 
ladishes and quartered toma¬ 
toes. a thermos of coffee, milk 
for the children and cup cakes 
in fluted paper cups. Icing can 
be messy to carry, so bake the 
cupcakes with a surprise fill¬ 
ing and dispense with the 
icing. Fill the paper liners 
half full of batter, drop in a 
spoonful of jam, a marshmal¬ 
low or a couple of maraschino 
cherries. Spoon the rest of 
the batter on top. Bake as 
usual. Barring wasps, preda¬ 
tory cows or rain this picnic 
should be successful. 

still another sort of picnic 
could be called the “Every man 
for himself picnic. Mbther as¬ 
sembles bread, rolls, butter 
and things to put between or • 
on top. She likes this kind of 
picnic as it is a grand way to 
get rid of the oddments In the 
refrigerator. She transfers all 
the odds and ends into small 
cartons or little plastic boxes 
and takes them along . . . the 
last of the meat loaf, the 
cheese spread, the cold baked 
beans, the cold fish, a few 
inches of salami, two pieces of 
chicken and three wieners. 
She also takes albng a bottle 
of sweet pickles and of course 
lettuce and tomatoes. When it 
Is time to eat everyone helps 
himself and makes his own 
sandwiches. Most children |ove 
this kind of picnic. A half or 
a whole watermelon make* an 
easy and happy ending for ihis 
“do it yourself picnic.” / 
There is something /about 
eating out that answers a basic 
urge deep within us . . . the 
urge to fling off Emily Post 
rules, to forget for the moment 
some of the tiresome trapping 
that society has impose?' on 
our eating habits. The “Cook- 
Out” picnic goes a step fur¬ 
ther than just eating out . . . 
to build a fire of sticks with 
our own hands and cook a 
meal under a blue sky. satisfies 
some primitive desire tc get 
away from both conventions 
and man made conveniences. 

Today It’s the "back-of-our- 
hand” to push button cooking. 



Let us away to the great out¬ 
doors for a few hours beside 
the ocean, lake or stream 
w here we w ill cook our supper 
over an outdoor fire. Right 
now young chicken is a* its 
best and never has it been so 
Inexpensive. On account of 
these two factors let’s cook 
chicken. 

Buy one broiler fryer for 
every two people and have 
the chickens halved. Sprinkle 
with accent (it accentuates the 
flavor), salt and pepper and 
brush them with salad oil or 
barbecue sauce, then place 
them on a well greased grill. 
If you are a devotee of alum¬ 
inum foil like me. you will use 
heavy duty foil on the grill 
... It helps distribute the heat 
and catches the drips. 

I am going to be really 
primitive and make a drift 
wood fire. You can use char¬ 


coal or briquets if you like. 
Whatever the fuel, be sure 
your fire is just right ... no 
flames, before starting to cook. 
When you are ready to cook 
place the split birds flesh 
side down toward the source 
of heat and about six to 10 
inches from it. Cook for about 
13 minutes, then turn, brush¬ 
ing again with oil or hasting 
sauce. Keep turning and bast- 
ting. To test for doneness, leg 
should twist easily out of thigh 
joint and the pieces should be 
fork tender. Allow one tc one- 
and a quarter hours total cook¬ 
ing time. We call this “Chick- 
N Que.” 

For this chicken barbecue oil 
the beach we ll use paper table- 
naps. paper plates and cups 
«now plastic lined to eliminate 
leakage.) To go-with we ll have 
potato chips, crusty French 
bread heated in aluminum foil 


on the grill, fresh fruit and a« 
pot of hobo coffee (coffee 
made in a can over an outdoor 
fire.) 

There are literally hundred* 
of marinades and barbecue 
sauces for basting. No doubt 
you have your own favorite. 
For a change perhaps you 
would like to try one of mine. 
This one is quite highly sea¬ 
soned but you can cut down 
on the seasonings if you think 
it too spicy. Mix together one- 
quarter cup lemon juice, two 
tablespoons soy sauce, one en¬ 
velope Good Seasons French 
salad dressing mix. two tea¬ 
spoons finely minced parsley, 
one-half cup salad oil and four 
drops tabasco 

The best sauce for any food % 
la hunger and you can fount 
on fresh air to make you 
ravenous ... so plan accord¬ 
ingly. 





MACKE! 

Il 

Mi 


M 


ANY ' 
nam 


more gods 
has been n 
Ireland; an 
counts the 


It was in 1< 
well captured t 
River Boyne, i 
every man, wo 
to the sword, 
history tells u 
ions to escape 
were afterwarc 
bados as slave 
It is with 
Drogheda that 
Land by Waite 
begins, and foi 
en’s characters 
ed among the 
town alive.„ 1 
Dominick, 
young daughti 
hU younger so 
dumb by a 
•word. and Seb 
wounded priest 
contrary to hi* 
transported. ] 
Dominick'} le 
made their way 
Ireland, from t 
Galway on th« 
and from Galw. 
tainous refuge < 
Mr. Macken. 
way man hims 
the story of D 
ttan. and the. 
twined with 
Murdoc O’Flah 
ba Dorsi. with 
of a Gaelic-chi 
is not surpri 
Macken “has” 
the}* say. and ) 
as an actor an 
Galway Gaelic 
The Ireland 
Dominick and 
velel was a lane 
•laid waste by C 
lieutenants. “I 
Cromwell wrol 
a righteous ju 
upon these bar! 
who have imbr 
in so much inn* 
the effusion o 
future, which 
grounds to sue 
otherwise cann 
morse and reg 
Did Cromwel 
remorse or re* 
ders. History 
The journey 
made was not 
but spiritual. 1 
he was intent 
vfval. His wife 








Change of Taste 


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POETRY VOLUME 
UK BEST SELLER 


MACKEN Writes of 

Ireland's 

Martyrdom 

By BEN RAY REDMAN 

M any things have been done la the 

narm* of the l/ord—indeed, in the names of 
more gods than one—but of all these deeds none 
has been more terrible than what Cromwell did to 
Ireland; and the bloodiest page of that history re¬ 
counts the sack of Drogheda. 


By JOHN BARKHAM 

pOETS SELDOM FIGURE on best-seller lists—at least in living memory—but 
A one such rare instance has non ocrured in England. The poet in question is 
John Betjeman, an earthy, patriotic poet whose “Collected Poems" is currently 
all the rage in his native Britain. 

which was published so 
years ago. 


It was in 1649 that Crom- 
W'ell captured this town on the 
River Boyne, and put nearly 
every man. woman and child 
to the sword, permitting—so 
history tells us only 30 per¬ 
sons to escape, all of whom 
were afterwards sent to Bar¬ 
bados as slaves. 

It is with the sack of 
Drogheda that Seek the Fair 
Land by Walter Macken really 
begins, and four of Mr. Mack- 
en’s characters must be count¬ 
ed among the 30 who left the 
town alive.„ The four were 
Dominick McMahon, his 
young daughter. Mary Ann, 
his younger son, Peter, struck 
dumb by a Pat liamentary 
•word, and Sebastian, a sorely 
wounded priest. But the four, 
contrary to history, were not 
transported. Instead, under 
Dominick’^ leadership, they 
made thetr way straight across 
Ireland, from the Irish Sea to 
Galway on the Atlantic* side, 
and from Galway to the moun¬ 
tainous refuge of Iar Connacht. 

Mr. Macken. who is a Gal¬ 
way man himself, has written 
the story of Dominiek. Sebas¬ 
tian. and the. children, inter¬ 
twined with the stories of 
Murdoc O’Flaherty and Colom- 
ba Dors!, with the simplicity 
of a Gaelic* chronicler. Which 
la not surprising, for Mr. 
Macken “has” the Gaelic, as 
the>* say, and began his career 
as an actor and writer in the 
Galway Gaelic Theatre. 

The Ireland across which 
Dominick and his party tra- 
velel w*as a land that was being 
•laid waste by Cromwell and his 
lieutenants. “I am persuaded,” 
Cromwell wrote, “that this Is 
a righteous judgment of God 
upon these barbarous w retches 
who have imbrued their hands 
In so much innocent blood, and 
the effusion of blood for the 
future, which are satisfactory 
grounds to such actions, which 
otherwise cannot but work re¬ 
morse and regret.” 

Did Cromwell evei feel either 
remorse or regret? One won¬ 
ders. History is silent. 

The Journey that Dominick 
made was not only physical 
but spiritual. In the beginning 
ba was intent merely on sur¬ 
vival. His w'lfe was dead, killed 


by a stupid young Cromwellian 
soldier; his son had been 
stricken dumb, and he found 
himself resjionsible for the 
survival of a priest In whose 
religion he could no longer 
believe, because he could not 
think that there could be a 
beneficent God in heaven and 
a ravished Ireland beneath. But 
it was the priest who taught 
Dominick to believe again, and 
through martyrdom gave 
dumb Peter back his voice. 

Mr. Macken has skillfully 
mixed history and fiction in 
this novel, which is a Literary 
Guild selection. Cromwells 
murderous lieutenant,- Charles 
Coote. lives in these pages only 
to die again at the hands of 
Murdoc O'Flaherty, whose 
“tempestuous, confused, noble 
and ignoble life was snuffed 
out” a moment, after he had 
revenged himseff upon his 
country's assassin. 


Betjeman has been telling a 
good story about himself 
which is worth repeatiqg. Ac¬ 
cording to a columnist of the 
Bolton Evening News, he met 
Betjeman at a party in Lon¬ 
don. “As I was leaving.” he 
reported. “I was stiuck by 
Betjeman's appearance in the 
half shaded lights of the hall. 
I seemed to detect a resem¬ 
blance to Henry James, and 
said so. ‘Do you know,’ he re¬ 
plied. ‘if that is so. I think it 
must be because I am wear¬ 
ing his underwear.’ 

“As Henry James had died 
some 40 years ago, this second 
an improbable story. But it 
was true. He showed a discreet 
portion of a garment bearing 
the James laundry mark. It 
appears that Henry James left 
his wardrobe to his nephew, 
who was unable to make use 
of it and in turn passed it on 
to his college at Oxford. Curi¬ 
ously enough, none of his col¬ 
leagues was of appropriate 
size, and the underwear finally 
came into the possession of 
Betjeman.” / 

To this I can add a personal 
footnote of the same char¬ 
acter. Some time ago. at a 
similar party in Westchester, 
N Y , I met Leon Edel, profes 
sor of English at New York 
University and the foremost 
American authority on Henry 
James. When I remarked on 
a superb signet ring Edel was 
wearing, he replied: “This 
once belonged to Henry 
James." 

4 Incidentally, Edel is still at 
work on his lengthy biography 
of James, the first volume of 


The story of the Little Rock 
integration crisis, written by 
the city's former superintend 
ent of schools. Virgil T. Blos¬ 
som. will be published by 
Harper on May 27 under the 
title of It Has Happened Here. 
Mr. Blossom was elected Little 
Rock’s Man of the Year in. 
1955. Two years later his 
family was threatened with 
violence, his home almost 
bombed, and ho was shot at 
in the streets. Last year he 
was discharged from his posi¬ 
tion with the city schools. (He 
has since become superin¬ 
tendent of schools in San 
Antonio. Tex.) 

In his book Mr. Blossom tells 
in detalK what happend after 
the school board, on the basis 
of the supreme court s deci¬ 
sion. attended to put into 
effect a plan of gradual inte¬ 
gration at Central High 
School. He believes that most 
of the hate propaganda came 
from outside Little Rock, and 
goes on to suggest ways in 
which the federal government 
can offer leadership to bring 
about a solution of the prob 
lem. 

* * * 

The Prix Mura, the larg 

est cash award (one million 
francs) given to a writer in 
France, has been awarded to 
Joseph Kessel for his novel, 
Tli** Lion, a French best seller. 
It has also been nftade the 
Book of the-Mo nth Club’s selec¬ 
tion for July. The Lion, Kes- 
sel’s 30th book, is set in a 


JUNE HAVOC TELLS ... SAD, SAD STORY 

T DON’T KNOW whether a< trevs June Havoc Intended a pun on this* find installment of 
A her memoirs, but. knowingly or not. her title—“Early Havoc"—provides the most tell 
Ing verdict of the life she led as a child. 


Her mother put her into 
vaudeville at the age of two 
(repeat two), and. so doing, 
robbed her af a normal youth. 
Between* the lines of these 
pages It is easy to see what 
psychological havoc was 
wrought in the mind of this 
unusually intelligent girl. On 
the surface the book is a deter¬ 
minedly bright account of the 
author s early year’s in vaude¬ 
ville. bit in fact it is a horrible 


presumably wrote this book 
herself. It is another reason 
why she should recall her 
childhood with loathing. In 
one revealing passage she 
admits: “I never went to 

school a day in my life. I 
was raised. If you wish to call 
it that. In vaudeville, going 
from town to town, playing 
on the bill with musicians, 
acrobats, dancers. singers, 
even freaks. Some were fa- 


conjmentary on a misspent tmous.vw»me nice, some tender, 
childhood and a way of life some vicious." 


now fortunately dead. 

Both June Havoc and her 
sister. Gypsy Rose Lee, have 
now told us in separate books 
of Iheir girlhood together as 
child stars on the vaudeville 
circuit. Of the two accounts, 
I prefer Miss Havoc's, if only 
because of its honest under¬ 
tone of bitterness and regret 
Moreover. it is built around a 
chillingly realistic description 
of tjiat barbarous phenomenon 
of dur adolescence, the dance 
marathon. Since Miss Havoc 


For a sensitive, impression¬ 
able child this kind of life 
must have been devastating, 
though ahe was too young to 
know i/l. (It is clear from 
these pages, how-ever. that she 
knows it now). Her family 
hailed from the Northwest, 
though she herself was acci¬ 
dentally born in Canada while 
her parents were visiting 
there. Her father appears to 
have played little, if any role 
in family affairs: it was her 
mother who made all the deci¬ 


sions. June and her sister 
went on in an act known as 
"Dainty June A Co." 

The book reaches its high 
point when June find* hersell 
out of work in the late 20 s 
and enters a dance marathon 
in order to eat. The story of 
her 1.000 hour performance is 
spared through the narrative, 
and throws a blinding light on 
the bizarre asininity of the 
Jazz Age. To younger readers 
who. do not themselves recall 
these absurd exhibitions, June 
Havoc s sjtep-by step accpunt 
of her paitticipation will come 
as an eye opener. 

We leave Miss Havoc on her 
way to Florida in a truck, 
bedded rlotvn next to a prize 
hog. Still a girl in years, she 
is old in experience, moving 
from one sleazy assignment to 
another. She has been mar¬ 
ried once (at 1 $>, has sung 
and danced her way across the 
continent, and has had her 
psych- irreparably damaged. 
Another volume will presum¬ 
ably continue this mad, glad, 
so sad tale. 


Kenya game reserve, and tells 
the story of the emotional at¬ 
tachment between a 10 -yearold 
girl and a lion that was once 
a pet in her home. It has 
been described as a work 
“which lies outside all fash¬ 
ions. which speaks a passion 
for life." 

a * it 

Gerald (arson has com¬ 
pleted for Rinehart what 
promises to be one of the most 
entertaining offbeat biogra* 
phies of the year. Entitl«*d 
The Roguish World of Doctor 
Krlnktey, it will tell the story 
of Dr John R. Brinkley, the 
notorious charlatan surgeon 
who died in 1942 after having 
been described by the Journal 
of the American Medical Asso¬ 
ciation as one in whom 
"quackery reached its apothe¬ 
osis." 

The goat<*ed Dr. Brinkley 
revived the old dream of 
eternal youth by grafting goat 
gonads into aging American 
males. When his medical li¬ 
cence was revoked in Kansas, 
he moved into Mexico and set 
up a radio station, and it took 
an international treaty to get 
him off the airwaves. 

Three times a gubernatorial 
candidate in Kansas. Dr. Brink- 
ley was a colorful character 
who liked to pace the deck of 
his yacht in an admiral s uni¬ 
form complete with braid and 
sword. His biography is 
promised for October. 


4 *A gentleman now in this 
city, who formerly resided in 
Russia, declared that if 100,000 
Russians could be brought to 
America and permitted to en¬ 
joy for only one month the 
liberty of speaking their senti¬ 
ments freely upon all subjects, 
they would be so transported 
with this single privilege that 
they would all die defending 
it ” 

Despite the contemporary 
tone of this paragraph (its 
truth is. no less valid today). 
It was published in the South 
Carolina Gazette on Jan. 2, 
1775. It was brought to light 
by Gwen Bristow during her 
extensive research for her new 
novel, ( alia Garth, published 
by Croswell on May 20. 


ANAGRAM 

ANSWERS 

(1) DEFRAUD 
It) ADMIRAL 
<3) TORPEDO 

(4) RATLINE 

(5) SCHOLAR 


Stall! CColonUt J 

SUNDAY, Al'G. 9, 1959 






It was a Sinister Story the Editor Discovered . . 

THE PREACHER and THE 



I N THE DAYS BEFORE wire aervk**n * 
kept smalltown editors abreast of 
distant happenings, there was only one 
thing to do. and they often did it They 
dipped items from their better informed 
contemporaries. Sometimes they gave 
credit; sometimes they didn't 

Which is the reason why, ona hot and sultry 
August afternoon back in 1896. you might have 
seen John T. “Jack** Robinson, editor of the semi¬ 
weekly Kamloops Standard, idly scanning the 
pages of a week old Toronto Mail and Empire for 
Something to fill half a column. 

Suddenly as he turned a page his news sense 
quickened; what he spotted was a most extra¬ 
ordinary story that was linked to a man in Kam¬ 
loops— a man called the Rev. William James 
Thompson^ who'd arrived from the east about a 
month before with his wife Edith. 

The couple apparently had made up their minds 
to stay in Kamloops, and rented the Goddard 
bouse on Seymour Street. 4 

As a matter of fact, It was a house just vacated 
by editor Robinson. 

It was evident from the start the Thompsons 
didn't have too much money for within a few 
days of their furniture arriving, they'put an ad 
in the Standard advertising room and board, with 
the added attraction of the use of the “reverend's*' 
lou-volume library. 

Thompson, apparently no longer active in 
Church work, called soon afterwards at the Stand- 
aid office looking for a job, any kind of job, can¬ 
vassing advertising, subscriptions, anything. 

Robinson had nothing to offer him. so he went 
over to the rival paj*er. the Inland Sentinel, and 
W’ent to woik for editor Francis J. Deane. Now 
he was covering the country by horse and buggy 
as far away as Ashcroft. 

Thompson was absent on one of these trips 
when the Mail and Empire story fell like a bomb¬ 
shell in Kamloops. 

Perhaps before we go Into the Toronto story, 
we’d better have a closer look at those journalistic 
arch-rivals. Deane and Robinson. 

Frank Dearm 30. was a tall, ascetic young 
bachelor, born in Madras. India, and educated in 
Belgium. He’d been in B.C\ about 10 years, was 
B fair newspH|>er man. a Liberal in politics, and 
addicted to gold rimmed pince-nez. 

Jack Robinson, a year older than his com¬ 
petitor. had started in the newspaper business 
when he was 13. back in Ontario. A brasher type 
than Deane, he was a quick thinking, fast talker 
ind a Conservative in politics. Only his youth, it 9 
was said, caused him to be sidetracked at 22 for 
nomination in a federal election. Robinson had 
acquired both the Standard and a young wife the 
previous year. 

IT WAS ON AtGIST 14. 1896. that editor 
Robinson eved the story in the Toronto paper 
which said. "Polite of Boston are on the trail of 
the Rev. W. J. -Thompson, at one time pastor of 
a Baptist mission at Brantford and well known 
In Toronto." 

From the story it w as plain that Mr. Thompson 
had vanished from Ipswich. Mass., after the 
sudden death and hurried burial of his first wife 
on May &. 

The day after the funeral, went on the account. 
Thompson had matried a trained nurse, a Mi's. 
Edith Murray. Soon after their marriage Mrs. 
Murray's little four year-old boy died after a brief 
and mysterious illness and was also ^hurriedly 
buried After the funeral the couple vanished 
from Massachusetts. 

With the principals of the story In Kamloops. 

E wonder that Jack Robinson throbbed with 
rnalistic interest A murder suspect walking 
streets of Kamloops employed in the bargain 
^y^his rival, that Laurler loving “Grit,” Frank 

Just before Robinson figuratively wound up 
like a baseball pitcher to hit the front page with 


g Satin Colonial 

SUNDAY. At’C. •. UN 


An Extraordinary Story 
of a Venturesome Editor 

By CECIL CLARK 


JOHN ROBINSON ... he starred up trouble 


the storv, the thought might have occurred to 
him to check back with the Boston police. The 
Mca was brushed aside by s larger and more im¬ 
perative consideration — the Standard came out on 
Mondays and Thursdays . . . and tomorrow was 
Thursday. 

WITH THE FIRST COPY off the press, next 
mor ning Robinson headed down to Seymour Street 
to get Mrs. Thompsons inaction. It seems her 
husband was still out of town, but due back the 
next day. She read the story, then calmly handed 
the paper back to Robinson with the comment: 
“It's nothing but a pack of lies.” 

She did admit, however, that she was Mrs. Edith 
Murray when she married Thompson, that her 
fairly well tcvdo parents lived in Halifax, that 
they'd been against her first marriage, which 
ended wher her first husband was killed in a 
railroad wreck five years before. 

That afternoon, no doubt with the Standard's 
headlines searing her brain, she set off for Ash¬ 
croft to see her husband. She returned with him 
a day or two later. • 

Robinson was right on hand to get a quote, 
but all that Thompson said was. "I have nothing 
to say just now. I’ll explain at the proper time.” 

Ipswich is only about 27 miles from Boston, 
and by this time a wire from Robinson to the 
Boston police brought word from the coroner that 
the enquiry was in abeyance until receipt of an 
analyst's report. Apparently the bodies of Mrs. 
Thompson and young Murray had been exhumed. 

Just to keep the Standard’s readers on tip-toe 
of excitment. Robinson's query to a Boston news¬ 
paper brought back. “Suspicions about Thompson 
continue to be the talk of Ipswich. No warrants 
are out yet. Inquests held on two bodies but ver¬ 
dicts not reached as coroner* awaiting analysis of 
stomach contents. Mrs. Thompson died suddenly 
on a Saturday night in May. and her husband 
married Nurse Murray the following Monday 


IF ROBINSON THOL’GHT this enough to keep 
things at fever pitch, the go**d old Mail and Empire 
was away out in front with its follow up: “Rev. 
W. J. Thompson, Baptist clergyman, is now a 
fugitive from Justice charged with the murder 
of his wife. 

"The story of this man s career, which is now 
public property, and of which more will develop 
at his trial, is sensational and startling in the ex¬ 
treme.” 

JR went on to say that Thompson was an Eng¬ 
lishman with a one time big congregation in To¬ 
ronto . . . "he had a remarkable voire, powerful 
and musical, a ready wit and perfect assurance. 
He drew such large crowds that some thought 
he had hypnotic power.’* 

He was described from the Toronto newsroom 
ss "a short, squat man, dark complexion, rereat- 
Ing forehead, about 35 years of age. His first 
wife was a slight, delicate woman with a pleas¬ 
ing manner: a Miss Margaret McLauren, daughter 
of the Rev. Duncan McLauren of Meford. They 
were married in Hamilton in January, 1889. 


The story went on to hint that Thompson's 
three children of his first marriage had been 
practically abandoned in Boston. He'd left many 
unpaid bills in Ipswich, including funeral expenses 
of his wife which the congregation paid. He said 
he was going to England but "detectives now on 
his trail’’ said he went west after marrying Edith 
Murray. 

On the heels of this came another story from 
Boston that the little Murray boy had been taken 
sudckmly ill on June 21. dying two day* laier. 
The death certificate said "typhoid” but "detectives 
now on the case believe he was murdered.” 

All this was faithfully reported in the Stan- 
dard. with side glances by Robinson as to what 
was known about the Thompsons locally, Includ¬ 
ing a remark attributed to Thompson ’when he 
first came to Kamloops that he tame west for 
the "benefit of his throat." A quote with a grim, 
if not sardonic, touch! 

Meantime, at the offi<*» of the Inland Sentinel, 
editor Frank Deane had nothing to say on the 
subject. He had accounts of the peace negotiations 
between the US. and Spain after the Cuban war 
and wondered whether the States would fall 
heir to the Philippines»; noted a move down at 
the coast to meter electricity and do away with 
the flat monthly charge, and welcomed to the 
community another fine eating establishment, the 
Poodle Dog restaurant just opened bv Louia Mar- 
boeuf of Victoria. There was. however a letter 
to the editor that read: 

“Sir: 

*T am greatly surprised to find that the Stan¬ 
dard of yesterday published a number of state- 
ments about me reflecting on my character. I can 
only say that I am here under my own name 
naver having changed it or tried to hide my iden- 
2 am ready to answer any charge that 

majM* brought against me by the proper auth- 

“I think that instead of trying to crush a man 

whonfcf* h,m ftemfmbfr Him 

li£« Ttort ^ him that ** wi,hout 8 ‘" <*st tha 

kmd A ii > ou to * iv « me work of any 

Jw* so that I may live; not turn your backs on 

It was signed by Rev. W. J. Thompson. 


Soot ii k *" er 8tood Untu Sunday. 

thTt hen Ho,tl f, **hed through B.C 

h a d b^n^d,^! V ,h t ci,y o1 N>w Westminster 
.it t t0 * shos Fire had swept away 

but two buildings on three-quarters of a mile 
of waterfront, and for half a mile back. 

[°°* P*omptly rushed from 
Nanaimo and Victoria and at Kamloops a hastily- 
arranged relief fund totallel close to $1,000 In 
an hour or so First name o-i the list was Sentinel 
editor F. J. Deane. Third on the list was W. J. 
Thompson, who gave 50 cents 

II clergyman Thompson was In a spot he 
flidn t seem to be particularly worried, but he did 
»>uy a couple of copies of th«* offending Standard, 
and consulted lawyer Denis Murphy of Ashcroft. 

Before you could say "Jack Robinson,” Jack 
Robinson found himself facing a charge of 
criminal tibeL 

While he consulted with his counsel, Fred J. 
Fulton, eastern sources of th« famous Thompson 


# 



stoi y w-ere now 
autopsies, anal vs 
Police Kelly of 
the Rev. W. J. 'I 
met. and altog. 
Robinson appear 
the peace iGordt 
ard was com mi 
$500 bail 

From new or 
story began to t 
in addition to i 
started civil suit 
$5,000 damages, 
the Massaehusett 
littlJ Murray bo 
typhoid; that Mi 
some time with 
a great friend o 
physician backed 
And Thompso 
Fed left them in 
for his sudden r 
England and was 
to marry after hi 
thought of every 
up church on acc 
Finally, the co 
cation had origin 
zealous Boston i 
been fired from 1 

THAT (KTOI 

the Fall Assize tx 
Grand Jury retui 
Arraigned on 
pleaded not guilty 
the excuse that th 
report o! facts of 
consideration the 
cleigyman." 

“Besides.” he 
further details re< 
search at Boston.’ 

Crown Prosed 
with a few w ? ell-c 
to content himsel 
June Assize, 1899. 

With the Stan 
meshed in the lav 
Deane, a good tirr 
no worry at all ab 
he launched a bli 
the Sentinel colurr 
"A cow-erdly ar 
the w'hole thing. ; 
a paper supplied tl 
imagination Jo < 
cruel . . .” 

Deane declaied 
campaign against i 
had suffered a bn 
that when Kobinso 
hold with his copy 
Mrs. Thompson in 
ing that the Senti 
prosecute her hus 
funds. 

“A despicable li 
that as a result o 
now so seriously i 
•he will lose her l 
he concluded with 
the demented Mrs. 
around her sick be 
of Robinson away 

BY THIS TIMI 

"give me time to gt 
with Mis. Thompj 
(who by this time v 
assembly) wasn’t 1 
that Robinson h i 
exonerating Thomp 
Somehow or a 
famous case is lost 
1899, Jack Robinsoi 
Standard’s masthea 
estate business. It 
later Sentinel reade 
for a couple of day- 
shares In the Kaml< 
(The Standard) wil 
number to suit pur 
Apply J. T. Robins 



d . . 





i enough to keep 
Mail and Empire 
follow up: “Rev. 
man. is now a 
ith the murder 

r. which is now 
are will develop 
rtling in the ex¬ 
ton was an Eng- 
negation in To- 
voiee, powerful 
rfect assurance, 
t some thought 

ronto newsroom 
iplexion. rereat- 
age. His first 
n with a pleas- 
auren, daughter 
f Meford. They 
riuary, 1889. 
iat Thompson’s 
riage had been 
He'd left many 
uneral expenses 
•n paid. He said 
tectives now on 
marrying Edith 

t her story from 
had been taken 
two days later. 

’ but “detectives 
nurdered.” 

Hi in the Stan- 
son as to what 
locally, includ- 
npson when he 
came west for 
te with a grim, 

Inland Sentinel, 
to say on the 
fee negotiations 
the Cuban war 
tes would fall 
move down at 
do away with 
loomed to the 
ablishment. the 
l by Louis Mar- 
wever, a letter 


that the Stan- 
mber of state- 
ha racter. I can 
m own name, 
► hide my iden- 
ny charge that 
e proper auth- 

o crush a man 
>member Him 
it sin cast tha 

e work of any 
your backs on 

ompson. 

I until Sunday. 

I through B.G 
w Westminster 
Rd swept away 
r ters of a mile 
back. 

y rushed from 
oops a hastily- 
p to $1,000 in 
»t was Sentinel 
list was W. J. 

in a spot he 
ied, but he did 
ling Standard, 
y of Ashcroft. 
>binson,” Jack 
a charge of 

unsel, Fred J. 
>us Thompson 


. . . But It wasn’t TrueJ 



stoiv were now ominously quiet. Quirt about 
autopsies, analyst's reports 01 warrants. Chief of 
Police Kelly of Kamloops nodded agreeably to 
the Rev. V\. J. Thompson w hen they occasionally 
met. and altogether it wa* very disquieting. 
Robinson appeared before a couple of justices of 
the peace (Gordon and Kidlex ., pleaded not guilty 
aid was committed for trial, then released on 
$300 bail 

From new on the famous Thompson murder 
story began to turn sour on Jack Robinson, and 
in addition to the criminal charge Thompson 
started civil suit against the Standard claiming 
$5,000 damages. To cap it ali came word from 
the Massachusetts coroner who reported that the 
litt 16 Murray boy had indeed suddenly died of 
typhoid; that Mrs. Thompson had been ailing for 
some time with tuberculosis, and apparently was 
s great friend of Mis. Murray's. The attending 
physician backed this up. 

And Thompson hadn’t abandoned his children. 
Hed left them in car* of a b) other in Boston. Aa 
for his sudden marriage, he went on a trip to 
England and was there 21 days before returning 
to marry after his wife’s death? Apparently well 
thought of everywhere he went, he finally gave 
up church on account of his health. 

Finally, the coionci remarked the whole fabri¬ 
cation had originated In the mind of some over* 
zealous Boston newspaper man who had since 
been fired from his paper! 

THAT OCTOBER Jack Robinson came up at 
the Fall Assize before Mr. Justice Irving, and the 
Grand Jury returned a true bill against him. 

Arraigned on the indictment. Fied Fulton 
pleaded not guilty and filed a plea which included 
the excuse that the matter wasn’t libelous "a fair 
report of facts of interest to the public taking into 
consideration the fact that Thompson was a 
clet gyman.” 

“Besides.” he added airily “there might be 
further details revealed as a result of further re¬ 
search at Boston.” 

Crown Prosecutor Swanson sWept this aside 
with a few W’ell-chosen remarks and Fulton had 
to content himself with an adjournment to the 
June Assize, 1899. 

With the Standaid's editor now properly en¬ 
meshed In the law, it seemed to his rival. Frank 
Deane, a good time to try his literary skill. With 
no worry at all about the mattei being sub jinltce, 
he launched a blistering attack on Robinson in 
the Sentinel columns. 

“A cowardly and disgraceful attack” he termed 
the whole thing, adding “a paragraph or two in 
a paper supplied the flimsy foundation for morbid 
imagination Jo construct a story inhumanly 
cruel . . .” 

Deane declated that as a result of Robinson’s 
campaign against the Thompsons. Mrs. Thompson 
had suffered a breakdown in health. He claimed 
that when Robinson went to the Thompson house¬ 
hold with his copy of the paper he tried to trap 
Mrs. Thompson into some admission by insinuat¬ 
ing that the Sentinel was about to take steps to 
prosecute her husband for misappropriation of 
funds. 

“A despicable Ue,” charged Deane, and hinted 
that as a result of this Mrs. Thompson was 
now so seriously ill “that there are grave fear* 
she will lose her reason.” Sharpening his pencil 
he concluded with the heart-rending picture of 
the demented Mrs. Thompson pleading with those 
around her sick bed to keep the diabolical figure 
of Robinson away from her. 

BY THIS TIME Robinson could only moan 
"give me time to give my version of the interview 
with Mrs. Thompson.” but his rival in politics 
(who by this time was a member of the legislative 
assembly) wasn't letting up. He finally charged 
that Robinson had telegrams from Ipswich 
exonerating Thompson but kept them dark! 

Somehow or another legal ending of the 
famous case is lost in the shuffle, but in March, 
1899, Jack Robinson’s name disappeared from the 
Standard’s masthead, and he went into the real 
estate business. It was a quieter field. A month 
later Sentinel readers noticed a little ad that ran 
lor a couple of days announcing: "Large block of 
•hares in the Kamloops Printing A Publishing Co. 
(The Standard) will be sold en bloc or in any 
number to suit purchaser. Oifered at a discount 
Apply J. T. Robinson.” 



From this perhaps we can draw the conclusion 
that the Rev. W. J. Thompson got cash with his 
vindication. 

It only remained for editor Frank Deane to 
have the last word. It took thia form in the 
^Sentinel: 

“Oh! The Whang Whang scooped a scare- 
head scoop. 

Sing Hey! Sing Ho! 

But the thing was loaded and into the soup 
Went poor Jack Robinson, O! 

'The moral of this you may quickly discern. 

Sing Hey! Sing Ho' 

If to be a newspaper detective you yearn. 


Doif*t go off half cocked, ot some day you'll 
learn 

That scraps that are loaded against you 
may turn. 

Sing Hey! Jack Robinson. d?” 

Or did Jack Robinson have the last wind” In 
the course of time I notice he finally owned both 
the Kamloops palters, amalgamating them as the 
Sentinel Standaid. 

City alderman In 1906, fiom 1W# on he was 
six times mayor ot Kamloops. 

He died one Christmas afternoon 36 year* ago, 
full of civic honors. 


TREES 


By DOROTHY H. JENKINS 

T REES have life histories as interesting ps those 
of people. Some trees, notably the sequoias 
of the West Coast, are far older than the oldest 
person on eailh others such as peach trees may 
be as short lived as 15 >ears. The shagbark 
hickory, on the other hand, must be at least 40 
years old before it bears a crop of nuts. 

Whether it’s known for its nuts, fruit, flowers, 
shade or lumber, all trees grow from seeds. The 
two main classes are evergreen and deciduous. 
Evergreen kinds are green all year because they 
never drop all of their leaves, which are called 
“needles.” at one time. 

Trees with bioad. flat, thin green leaves in 
many shapes and sizes are deciduous. Deciduous 
trees lose all of their leaves in fall and a new 
crop appears every spring. Since leaves are the 
showiest part of the tree in summer, they’re the 
first clue to what kind of tree you’re looking at. 

The sweet gum tree has a star-shaped leaf, 
the ginkgo a IRtle fan. Few tree* have quite 
such unmistakable leaves. 

All maples have leaves with at least five 
lobes but many different kinds of maple trees 
grow in Canada and the U-S. and each has a 
slightly different leaf outline. Sycamore and Lon¬ 
don plane trees also have five lobed leaves but 
there’s no reason to confuse these with the 
maples. If the leaves, buds and branches appear 
opposite one another, the tree is some kind of 
maple; if they're alternate, it’s a sycamore or 
London plane. 

All kinds of maple, ash and dogwood trees 
have opposite buds, leaves and branches. Most 
of the other trees are alternate. 

Leaves, their shape, size, color and arrange- 


men!, are the first clue. Secondary clues art 
flowers, if it's (lie season for them. baik. hull 
pi seeds, thorns and the shape of the tie*- itself. 
If a tree has thorns, it's bound to tie either a 
hawthorn, a locust, an osage orange or possible 
a crabapple. 

Bark which covers the trunk or main stem 
and branches is simost as good a clue as leaves. 
Bark differs in color, texture and pattern from 
one kind of tree to another. Since most hark is 
grey, brown or black, look for other rhaiMcteils- 
tic* The beech tree always has thin, smooth, 
light grey bark, the shagbark hickory has daike# 
giey bark that peels loose in great strips but 
i*ever falls off the tree'. 

Hundreds of kinds of trees grow in Canada 
and the U.S. Oaks of one kind of another grow 
in every province 

To help you in learning to recognize 16. then 
20 and as many as 50 or more different (ices, 
pamphlets are available from the extension serv¬ 
ice of agricultural colleges and from the huieau 
of forestry of the department of agriculture. Of 
the many books for beginners, ‘Trees - How to 
Identify and Enjoy Them” by Rutherford Platt, 
available in both hard cover and pa pci bark edi¬ 
tions. covers trees in all regions of the country. 

Once you know a fair number of trees, you 
may war* to study their structure, using a micro* 
scope to observe a cross section of the leaf. Of 
more abqut the uses of trees and the industries 
that have grown up around them — lumbering, 
orchards, nurseries where they are grown, land¬ 
scaping, to mention but a few. 


BaUg CbUnM 9 

8CVDAY, AUG. f, IMt 







Home-Grown Talent Colored By Experience 

BBBBBBBB# A A . a „rw»arpd at the And. to round out ..her ex- 

( "Snow White” contest tona and has appe _ «*. - n . D make 


VARIETY SPICES 
MADONNA'S LIFE 


By BEST BINNY 

S OPRANO stinger, Mb* Madonna McCabe, b very 
definitely "at Vktoria.'* She MM born here, 
educated here and; np until this, month, alwny* lived 
af the tiame addrem, 215 Quebec Street 


Of course, she has made 
Various expeditions abroad. 
She has studied her singing 
en<1 performed elsewhere. She 
has been with Ariel Rub* 
atein in Portland and with 
Nicholas Goldschmidt, Hana 
teu*h and George Schick in 
Vancouver. Mr. Goldschmidt, 
Incidentally, is artistic director 
Of the Vancouver International 
Festival. George Schick has 
keen associated either as con 
due tor or musical director 
Willi the New Opera Com 
ferny, the San Carlo Opera, the 
ppw York Centre Theatre 
bpera. the Chicago Summer 
Olfia Festival-and other r* 
doubtable musical organiza¬ 
tions besides being a member 
of the conducting staff at the 
Metropolitan Opera. 

And. while on the subject of 
the •'Met.” Madonna's other 
Vancouver teacher, Hans 
tlu'vch. is one of its stage 
managers. 

Miss McCabe took up sing¬ 
ing seriously afler a spell of 
song and dame acts performed 
on programs for the treops 


STAMP PACKET 


M. ANGUS 


By 

IN Inquiry has reached me 
* as to the best method of 
>aking used stamps off 
B per. This, though appar- 
ntly simple. Is really quite 
Mnplex. In the first place, 
\e stamps must be Indivld- 
•Uy sorted and all those on 
stored papei segregated from 
i« rest. Many • batch of 
[amps has been ruined by the 
rlusion of a few stamps 
ftken from those envelopes 
>tth a blue lining. This lining 
I very soluble and will dis- 
>lar all contiguous stamps. 
The early Issues of Russia 
in not be immersed in water 
at must he floated off the 
a per without the design com- 
tg Into contact with moisture 
l they are exactly the same 
■ the transfers of our boy* 
nod. and if immersed, you 


<&0W DOWN 

trilivif 


Canada “Snow White” contest 
which seems to l»ave been her 

earliest appearance in ‘a) the 
public eye and *b> theatrical - 
competition. 

Of much greater value and 
promise for her rather than 
the sponsors was her achieve¬ 
ment of a few years later 
when she placed as runner up 
In the AtwaterKent opera 
auditions in San Francisco. 

Mias McCabe has sung on 
TV in Portland. Sai. Fran¬ 
cisco, Vancouver and Victoria. 
She was with Theatre Under 
the Star* when it was in Vic¬ 


toria and has appeared at the 
Opera School at the University 
of British Columbia, the Van¬ 
couver Symphony and the 
C0C Symphony. 

And she has had lots of ex¬ 
perience on radio as well. 

Everyone knows that there 
Is more to the successful per¬ 
formance of an operatic role 
than just singuig. So Madonna 
took an acting <ourse at UBC 
and placed here in the 
Theatre Guilds ‘The Tender 
Trap as well as a Columbine 
Club festival play, “The 
Wheel Chair/ 


SUNDAY CROSSWORD 


And, to round out her ex¬ 
perience as well as “to make 
a little money.” Madonna ha* 
done night club work in 
Vancouver. 

Among the classicists, 
Mozart is her favorite com¬ 
poser and she also mention* 
Verdi and Schubert. In the 
lighter vein, Oscar Hammer- 
stein. Victor Herbert, Lerner 
and Loewe and “some Gilbert 
and Sullivan" appeal to her 
especially. 

Madonna McCabe is a truly 
native Victorian with a wealth 
of talent and experien ce. 

PUZZLE 


during the war. Her teacher at 
that lime was Victoria s Mr*. 
Roberto Wood. And Madonna 
hopes to complete her ARCT 
(Performer*) degree very 
soon. 

When she was 13 Madonna 
achieved her first degree of 
prominence by winning the 
Victoria section of the liana- 


will be left-with nothing but 
a piece of blank paper. The 
same applies to the Queen 
Victoria stamp* of Great Bri¬ 
tain from about 1887 to the 
end of her resign, but for a 
different reason. They are 
printed in fugitive inks and 
it is a rommon thing to see in 
collections the 2d green and 
carmine, or the 1 - green, re¬ 
duced to a palid semblance of 
its former self by direct co|i 
tact with water. 

For the balance of stamps 
use cold water only, never 
warm or hot. and after im- 
meision for half an hour, re¬ 
move them in one solid pad. 
then, if you wish to avoid the 
messy job of removing the 
wet stamps from the paper 
individually, stand the pad on 
edge for two or three days 
when you will be surprised to 
find the stamps are completely 
loose from the paper and gum 
free. If. however, you want 
quicker action, remove each 
stamp individually and place 
face down In row s on ordinary 
newsprint. The latter has al¬ 
most as much absorbent power 
as blotting paper and Ls. of 
course, infinitely cheaper. 

There ls on the market a 
gadget for removing mint 
stamps fiom paper and retain¬ 
ing the original gum but it 
takes a considerable amount of 
practice, judgment and accu¬ 
rate timing to accomplish sat 
tstactorv result*. This device 
which you can get from your 
dealer, will only do about four 
to six stamps at a trme and 
each use of it will take about 
ten minutes of your time, but 
it does give most satisfactory 
results. 


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O N THE NORTHWEST end of Von- 
corner Island, bounded roughly by 
Quatsino Sound, Cape Scott, Hope 
Island and Alert Bay. lives a portion of 
the Kwakiutl Tribe allotted to the Kwaw- 
kewlth Indian Agency. 

A century ago they hgd »n estimated strength 
of some 3.000 but, by 1892. their number had 
dwindled to “1.678 natives tin 17 bands) and 323 
of the^-e are pagans '- a hairline computation 
ven in Alexander Beggs History of British Co- 
mbia 

This date would be Just prior to the beginning 
of Chief Charlie s adventures as a sealer. 

William Halllday. of Victoria, a former Indian 
superintendent at Alert Bay, fixes 1896 as one 
known year of Charlie s sealing voyages. These 
seal hunts and his reputation as a hunter, 
trapper and interpreter t Chinook and Kwakiutl 
—he sprke no English, understood a little) won 
him his niche in native and local history. 

His Dirth record at Alert Bay gives his name 
as Pas.’las. born to Klakurgola (mother) and 
Jack Yakoglas (lather), in July, 1871, at Winter 
Harbor. His c!e*‘h at the age of 85 brought to a 
conclusion the saga of the old time Indian seal 
' hunters, w hose skill spelled success lor the seal¬ 
ing fleets of 60 io 70 years ago. 

The Qualsinos, a Kwakiutl haryl, originally 
lived along the entamce to Quatsino Sound, now 
are coiicentrated at Winter Harbor. At present 
this place supports a small logging camp (At¬ 
water's) but at one time had ambitions on a 
graider scale. If was to be called Queenstown, 
says Chief Charlie’s son. Xoiman, who recalls 
examining (he superintendent's layout plans. 
These included the building of a large drydock. 

TH«: CHILDHOOD of Pasalas was spent in a 
different setting. The red cedars provided homes, 
boats, clothing, blankets and utensils. The In¬ 
dians took the bulk of their food from the sea. 
Everyone went barefoot, so that the soles of their 
feet were thick ana hard, like rubber. Quite often 
a baby's head wai, wound snugly with strips of 
cedar bark, giving the skull a pronounced 
elongated form. As far as could be discovered 
duiing ,his latter years, Pasalas was the last 
living example of this custom. Nearest neighbors 
were the Koskimo*. also a Kwakiutl band. They 
lived eas f ward al *nfc the “Narrows, 1 * now the sites 
of the present Villages — white and native — of 
Quatsir^ 

The Quatsinos Were a more peaceful ai.#good- 
natur^d people than' some of their neighbors to 
the north and south. Chief Charlie would tell of 
Jrdian wars or raids made by Kyuquote and 
Nahwittis. Sometimes they were wanting slaves 
but mostly, he considered, they just liked to fight 
On these'occasions women and children fled to the 
bush for safety, leaving the men to settle the 
Issue. 

He had one vivid recollection of hipiself, as 
a very small hoy. hiding in the dark, wet for¬ 
est without comfort of food or fire. He could 
not remember how he became separated from 
the others, but it was two days before he was 
rescued. And that plight, with Its danger 
from cougar* and unguessed forest evils, was 
a M hyas eultus" one indeed. 

THESE WAR PARTIES would, at times, 
paddle their cedar dugouts up the Sound to attack 
the Koskimos. and an account of at least one 
sortie overland is still retold. This eastern site 
Is now- called Fort Rupert, part of which is the 
present Port Hardy airport. 

It was Charlie's skill as a hunter and trapper 
that led him to his career with the sealers. He 
hunted divr. cougar and raccoons and trapped 
mink and wolves The quality and quantity of 
the pelts he sold to the Hudson's Bay Company 
at Fort Rupert placed him at the top of their 
credit list. 

When the sealing fleets came up the west 
coast of Vancouver Island from Victoria on their 
way to the hunting grounds, their first concern 
was to collect native hunters and salters. Be¬ 
cause he was so well known in and beyond his 
district. Charlie was given the job of rustling 
crews, even in those years he did not sail with 
them. His territory ranged from Winter Harbor 
to Fort Rupert. 

Small sums of money were then given by 
the skipper to ail who volunteered to sign on. 
Once taken aboard, they were not allowed to 
leave, a fact that did not always produce harmony. 
However, examination of ship’s articles now In 
the provincial archives show that “Dutch (or 
Indian) leave’ was quite common. In one in¬ 
stance the record states that "several boat steerers 
and salters deserted." In another. '22 Hesqupit 
Indians deserted at Clayoquot, 1 4 91.” One can 
only guess at the incidents leading up to those 
fading entries. 

CHARLIE WAS in his early twenties when 
he and his friend George Sye signed on for 
their first voyage. This turned out to be A 


GREAT 

HUNTER 

of the Kwakiutl 


By V. B. CAWSTON 



A splendid example of old Indian carving 
art. This was the work of George Nelson 
when lie wan only 16. He's more than 7® 
now. Such a totem would be Inside a build 
lug, facing the entrance. 


round trip to Japan that took more than ten 
months. 

The rates of pay so^an to hav^ varied and 
were estimated c:i their total catch. One record 
states, “$2 a skin to 299; or up to 1.500 skins, 40 
cents each plus $90 per month.” This last extra 
would certainly stimulate enterprise as it could 
mean a bonus of $300 for the trip. 

The closed season for the fur seals was 
from May 1 to July 31. They were killed by 
spears or guns. Charlie much preferred shooting 
to spearing. Near Japan it was permissible to 
use guns. In American territorial waters spear¬ 
ing. only, was allowed. When the "line” w f as 
crossed, the US Coastguards boarded the ship 
and sealed all guns in a box. On the other side 
they boarded again to examine pelts for gun 
marks. The skins, of course, had been salted 
down and piled high. The officers examined 
each one singly until all were thrown about in 
disorder. 

Afterward* the Indians had to resalt and 
repile the rargo—an example of the white 
man’s attitude that Charlie never forgot to 
mention when telling of these incidents. 

His second trip, to Yokohama this time, was 
more eventful. The captain apparently was not 
aware that a attain channel on the Japanese 
coast had been altered and a limestone break¬ 
water thrown up. The ship struck. Gear was 
hastily packed; rigging was chopped down* to 
prevent casualties. Then as waves began r to 
wash over the ship, making it difficult to hang 
on, the men piled into lifeboats and made shore 
wlthoot loss of life. They spent an uncomfortable 
night in an abanooned fisherman's hut and the 


following day were able to secure help from 
nearby villagers The bulk of the cargo vaa 
unspoiled. Transportation to Yokohama was ar¬ 
ranged but by this time the Indian crew had had 
enough and elected to return home by steamer. 
Charlie reported that the captain said, “No!” and 
procured anothei schooner. 

Either that yeai or the next—Charlie was not 
sure—a companion ship to the one he was on 
disappeared on its way home. It carried 18 Qiat- 
flno hunters whose ages ranged from 18 to VX 
This was a tragic loss to the small band, which 
seems to have been so depleted of gejiffois that 
its population level sank to nearoblivion. This 
disaster apparently dissuaded Charlie from those 
year long voyages, though he still procured men 
from other villages if they wished to go. 

TRAPPING AND HINTING were still his 
main interests. The snares and deadfalls used in 
his father’s day had been replaced by steel traps 
which were used for lynx, mink, raccoon and 
wolves. His exceptionally well prepared pelts 
earned him highest praise and prices from the 
fur buyers. It is said that the inside of hi< mink 
skins were worked to a pure white and that. e\en 
in later years when he had only one hand, his 
skins brought him twice as much as those of a 
two-handed peltei. ' 

Civilization was encroaching rapidly. A clam 
cannery at Winter Harbor was operated by Ihe 
father of Ben W. Leeson. The latter was the 
first policeman and customs officer on Quatsino 
Sound. 

Charlie acted as go between when needed and 
helped him in many ways by his knowledge of 
navigation in the Sound. His honesty and sense 
of fairness man> times prevailed when justice 
was to be dispensed. In 1917 Charlie worked as 
caretaker for Peter Wallace's fish cannery at 
Quatsino. It had been in operation since 1912 
under the supervision of D. T. Lutes, now with 
Nelson Brothers at their Steveston pl;»nt near 
Vancouver. 

That same winter an accident deprived 
Charlie of his right hand. On a hunting trip 
near Winter Harbor, he was beaching his dug- 
out when he slipped and dropped his gun. 

Somehow it caught at an angle in the bottom 
of the boat and, as he gave it a tug to" dislodge 
it, the gun dischaiged through his hand. He was 
alone and had to manage his first aid bandaging 
by himself, then paddle the long miles to the 
hospital on Limestone Island. The injury was 
so serious that amputation was necessary. 

After some months he was fitted with a hook 
and, mastering it** technique, returned to earn 
his own livelihood. This adventure and his con¬ 
tinued dexterity with boat, gun, traps and pelt¬ 
ing increased his fame among his neighbors and 
in distant villages As additional proof of his 
capabilities, in 1921 he became skipper on a 
purse-seiner operating for B.C. Packers. 

HE HAD BEEN CHIEF of the Quatsinos at 
Winter Harbor for some years when he moved 
from there in 1936. His wife was a Kosimo, and 
at this time he brought his'family to live at her 
home in the Indian village of Quatsino^ near th® 
Narrows. • 

Here he relinquished his chieftainship,in favor 
of Chief Johnny Moses pf the Koskimos, although 
he was always spoken of as “Chief Charlie.” 
Gradually, more and more people from Winter 
Harbor and Hope Island moved to this village so 
that, in February, 1956, a formal decision wai 
made to amalgamate the three bands. Nahwiuis, 
Quatsipos and Koskimos officially adopted the 
name of “Quatsino " for all. 

Chief Charlie did not live to see the great 
changes made in the village in 1957. He died in 
Port Alice hospital on April 26, 1956, and not 
only Quatsino wa* saddened by the loss. He had 
many friends in the neighboring white settle¬ 
ments. 

Quatsino (Koskimo), as he knew it first, had 
at least 40 houses, each large enough to hold a 
dozen families. A great potlatch house stood al¬ 
most on the sites of the present homes of hia 
son, Norman, and his daughter, Annie Wallas. 

It was supported by magnificent and unique totem 
poles, which were carved by George Nelson (who 
still lives there) at the age of 16. 

Between the older graveyard and the village a 
causeway has been made, where the Pacific once 
made an island as it boiled through at high tide 
Into the Narrows. At the location of the present 
new wharf many* cedar dugouts were moored in 
those days when these friendly bands could 
number their people by hundreds. .Several of the 
14 newer houses were pushed back into an orderly 
row, and a school and teacherage built. The re¬ 
maining great totem poles were taken down and 
have since been added to the collection at the 
University of British Colufbia. 

At ail these changes Chief Charlie would have 
marvelled. With his passing goes the last 
Kwakiutl survivor of a colorful era. 


Ikrtlg (Eolmtirf U 

SUNDAY, AUG. I, 1IM 

























If Invasion Comes ... 

‘THAT'S WHERE I’LL SIT,’ 




T HU SIJT IN THE WALL stall remains In 
llir "front hall of the baiMing overlook¬ 
ing; St. JameVs Park, in the heart of I^>ndon. 
It \% five feet from the ground, and looks like 
a letterbox. But no letter wa* ever posted 
there- For nearly six years, unseen by the 
Whitehall clerks hurrying about their duties, 
men of the Koyal Marines stood on guard 
behind th: t slit. 


Never, throughout the war, 
was this secret obser.ation 
pout unmanned. And t h e 
guards covered the whole en¬ 
trance hall with their tommy 
guns 

They had a wide field of fire. 
It would have been almost lm 
possible to dislodge them with¬ 
out the use of gas. 

Behind them, on a small 
landing. patrolled a guardsman 
aim dai ly armed. This landing 
had one door linking it with 
the main entrance hall and 
another on the .far skie. a 
green painted metal door sev¬ 
eral inches thick. 

This door, the most closely 
guarded in the whole of war¬ 
time London, led to The Hole 
In The Ground. 

The Hole In The Ground was 
the name given to Churchills 
secret war headquarters. It 
was I V) feet below ground sur¬ 
face: i»s complex of rooms and 
corridors spread across six 
lens undo#- the heart of the 
cap* I a I. 

It had taken two years to 
crente out of a basement once 
lewd for BforiRg recoids of the 
Office of Works 

There the top planners at the 
me* of Britain’s war effort 
took momentous decisions. 

Vet its existence wa« one 
of tie* war’s best kept «rc- 
rets. Kvrn among hordes of 
workers. Service ami civil- 
lau. in tlie Whitehall Min 
In tries above it, few were 
aware of It* existent**. 

Even fewer realized that the 
strategic conception was being 
planned below them by men 
pale and sallow from prema 
ture ♦-ntooibraenf; men for 
whom day aajd night had no 
meaning; men who fought the 
war from a labyrinth of cel¬ 
lars and corridors. 

Most important of all the 
150 rooms in The Hole was 
the Cabinet War Room. In 
this room. t>ehind double 
doors guarded by yet another 
armed sentry, about one in 10 
of all the wartime cabinet 

meetings were held. 

There Churchill and his 
closest advisers took decisions 
which shaped events thousands 

of miles away. 

Then* the chiefs of staff 


held thousands of meetings, 
and threshed out their differ¬ 
ences of policies and priorities. 

At many of those meetings 
was General Sir Leslie Hollis, 
assistant secretary to the War 
Cabinet. Few men have stood 
closer to history than he; for 
six years- both in The Hole 
and at the conference tables 
of the war leaders’ meeting 
places, he watched the shaping 
of great events. 

HOLLIS vividly remembers 
an evening in May. 1910, w hen 
the German invasion was ex¬ 
pect ed hourly. Lale that night, 
Winston Churchill came to the 
Cabinet War Room, accompan¬ 
ied by Sir Edmund Ironside, 
then C.I.GJS. Hollis writes: 

"The room looked cold and 
uninviting. A few electric- 
light bulbs burned under their 
white china shades, eccentu- 
aling its emptiness and the 
gravity in tlrcir faces. 

"This bare, unlikely room 
underneath London was at that 
time the most important room 
in the free w-orld. It was the 
lieart and core of all resis¬ 
tance. and I remember think¬ 
ing how Winston Churchill 
symbolized the flame and 
spirit of this resistance and 
gave It immortality. 

"As .he looked around the 
room tlie poignancy of the 
moment touched him. No one 
could say what the news would 
be within 'the hour, whether 
or not Britain would* suffer 
her first invasion for a thou¬ 
sand years. 

v "The little group stood for a 
moment in silence under the 
humming f.m$. each thinking 
his own thoughts and then 


CHI RCHILL: The man at the top lived underground. 


Sunday lunch; a chair of char¬ 
acter and authority. 

ON IT MR. CIII/KCHII.L 

used an old cushion. Both the 
chair and the cushion are still 
in that room under London. 

So is the bai ze covere d table 
round which momentous de 
cisions were taken. So are 
the blotting pads and the name 
cards of those who left their 
mark on history: Mr Ernest 


Mr Churchill took the cigar Bevln ... Sir Dudley Pound 

(Ml# nf hi« mnnlK nn.l nn i#i»* ” Clr CfnHncJ 


out of his mouth and pointed 
to the wooden chair at the 
hood of the table. 

‘•This Is the room from 
which HI direct the war.* 
he said slowly. 'And If tlie 
invasion takes place- that's 
where I’ll vM—in that chair. 
And HI %H there either 
until the Germans are driven 
hock—or they carry live out 


12 ttatltf tfirimtiitf 

SI'NHAY. ALT*, t. !M 


The chair to wJhich Churchill 
pointed Was of dark brown 
wood with rounded arms, rt 
was the only one of its kind 
in the room, the sort of chair 
the father of a suburban fam¬ 
ily might use at the head of 
the table when presiding over 


Sir Stafford Cripps 
Sir John Dill . . . 

The Cabinet War Room was 
, an austere place. It did have 
a fireplace, just behind 
Churchill's chair, but the fire 
was never lit because no 
chimney could be fitted. 

The empty, cheerless 
hearth, however, served one 
purpose, it contained a fire 
bucket which was strategic 
ally placed every day to 
catch Chun*Mil's cigar ends. 
These were flung over his 
shoulder. He never took aim. 
but rarHy missed. The Royal 
Marines on guard outside the 
room made considerable Sums 
by selling them as souvenirs. 


In front of Churchill, beyond 
his blotter, stood four inkwells, 
two red and two black, set in 
a glass stand that also held 
half a dozen red pencils. 

On his blotting pad was a 
small pile of red labels nflh ked 
"ACTION THIS DAY." By 
these was an ornately carved 
dagger, used as a paper knife. 
He would remark that he kept 
It there against the day Hitler 
would be brought before him. 

IN FRONT OF MR. 
C HL'IU HILL, where he could 
read it, and where he could 
also show it to any who might 
appear despondent, stood a 
piece of cardboard about 18 
inrhes by six inches on which 
some unknown had labori¬ 
ously printed Queen Victoria’s 
remark: "Please understand 
there is no pessimism in the 
House .and we are not Inter¬ 
ested in the possibilities of 
defeat; th^y do not exist." 

By the prime minister's side 
was an ordinary black post 
office telephone with a card- 
hoard ring pasted in place of 
the dial, with the warning: 
"Speech on this telephone is 
not 


On the table before him 
stood two carafes of water and 
a number of soft india rubbers 
stamped S.O. (for Stationery 
Office). 

Two clocks on the wall bore 
the 12 hours of night in 
smaller figures above the 
other numbers. 

The setting of the clocks 
w f as among the duties of Mr. 
George Ranee, the civilian cus¬ 
todian of The Hole (who was 
sworn to secrecy about his 
post as custodian, and kept 
the pledge so faithfully that 
throughout the war not even 
his wife or grown-up family 
had any real idea what he 
did when he left home In the 
morning). 

In this humble matter of the 
clocks the prime minister took 
an unexpected interest. 

When the dock in the 
Cabinet War Room failed 
one evening in June. 1DU, 
for instance, Mr. Churchill 
reminded Mr. Ranee that 
three years before be had 
told him never to let the 
clocks fell the wrong time. 
Mr. Ranee was suitably 
penitent. 

In the main corridor of The 
Hole was a litrle room not 
much larger than a telephone 
box. It was second in import¬ 
ance only to the Cabinet War 
Room. 

It was fitted with a loek 
taken from a lavatory door, 
marked "Vacant" and "En¬ 
gaged," and contained a seat 
facing the wall, with a clock 
to one side. 

This clock had four hands; 
two black hands recorded 
Greenwich time, and two red 
ones gave the corresponding 
time in Washington. 

On the wall in front of the 
scat was fixed a small shelf 
covered in black baize. 

Tliis contained a telephone 
and a stencilled sheet of paper" 
giving the difference in times 
between America and England. 

A card hung on the waU. with 
instructions f«»r those unused 
tr. speaking on the tr.:ns At¬ 
lantic telephone then some¬ 
thing of a novelty and advis¬ 
ing them not to shout "as this 
will distort reception.’* 

From this tiny hutch be¬ 
low Horse Guards Parade. 

Mr. Churchill had a direct 
line to President Roosevelt 
in the White House. 

"I KFMI MBI K very clear¬ 
ly.” writes Hollis now, "how 
Churchill would suddenly de¬ 
cide to speak to the President 
regardless of what hour it 
might be in Washington. 

"In his slippers with pom¬ 
poms. wearing his magnificent 
mandarin dressing-gown em¬ 
broidered in red and gold 
dragons the bolt pulled tightly 
round him. his cigar clamped 
I ke some miniature torpedo 
between his teeth, he would 


By JAMES LEASOR, 

Based Wartime Experience ef 6ENERAL SIR LESLIE HOLLIS 


Churchill 








ttump along the corridor to- 
waids the telephone. 

"Even in the unhealthy light 
from the electric bulbs that lit 
the corridor, his complexion 
seemed cherubic and as pink 
as if he had just risen‘from 
eight hours’ sleep. 

•The rest of us would be pale 
and unhealthy in that wretched 
light, but not Churchill. Day 
and night, long hours, bad 
ventilation — nothing seemed 
tc affect his appearance; he 
was outwardly as unperturbed 
as the waxworks image of him 
In Madame Tussaud s. 

"•Put the President on.’ he 
would say in an imperious* way, 
waiting, head down, glowering 
under his brows, impatient of 
a second's delay. 

"This was sometimes easier 


MONTGOMERY: 


Big Pike 

• • J i 

in 

Muddy Pond 


to say than to do for Roose¬ 
velt, while willing to speak to 
Mr. Churchill, was not at all 
eager to come to the telephone 
until he knew for certain that 
the Prime Minister was ac¬ 
tually waiting for him at the 
other end.” 

Churchill was also reluctant 
to be closeted in the tiny, air¬ 
less telephone room, wasting 
time, while the President was 
being wheeled to the telephone 
In the White Hous. 

So lfollis and his opposite 
number in Washington would 
pretend that their principals 
were actually on the line when 
In fact they were not. 

•The President is just com¬ 
ing sir,” the American would 
say over the miles of cable. 
"He is picking up the telephone 
at this very moment.” 

Hollis, for his part, would 
claim that Churchill was at* 
that same second stubbing out 
his cigar and reaching for the 
Instrument. 

Eventually they would make 
contact. Ilollis would leave the 
smallest room, and Ute indica¬ 
tor on the door would turn 
from "Vacant" to "Engaged.'* 

Sometimes, when Churchill 
was in a heated argument over 
this telephone, still puffing his 
cigar, the blue smoke would 
curl up underneath and above 
the door, so that to a stranger 
it would seem as though the 
whole place was on fire. 



When he came out, the room 
would be full of smoke, and 
lor the moment it appeared as 
though he were stepping from 
the heart of a furnace. 


Field Marshal Viscount Bernard Montgomery 
... he wanted everything for lib* army. 


in the labyrinth of celfars and corridors 
that formed Churchilts secret war head¬ 
quarters, the drama mounted as Hitler's 
invasion threat grew. The man who was 
one of Churchill's closest aides, as assis¬ 
tant secretary to the War Cabinet, today 
gives a war-ot-thetop view of the days 
of danger . . . 


His position ait the heart 
ot Britain * top war dirtvlton 
ga\c Sir la*slie llotli% un¬ 
rivalled op|*oriunities for ob¬ 
iter \ mg the country * chief 
political and militar> leaders 
in action. Inevitably he 
formed his personal judg¬ 
ments oi them. Not all were 
or iinmixed praise. For in 
•dance ... m 

Montgomery was. in my 
view, the bos; and most suc¬ 
cessful general in the field in 
either the British or American 
camps, a can’t vouch for the 
Russians.) 

He w as a master of his pro¬ 
fession and a born leader: be¬ 
side hitn Bradley and Patton 
were only good amateurs. 

He used to say that war was 
a tough and dirty> business, 
and .rum his close experience 
of it I would not challenge that 
remark. 

Strangely enough the *wo 
and a hair years I spent as 
chief staff officer to the Min 
Ister of Defence after the 
war were without any ques¬ 
tion flic most miserable and 
wretched of my life. 

That this should have been 
so was largely due to a clash 
of temperanMHIt with Montgo^ 
tm»ry, who had become Chief 
of the Imperial General Staff. 
* * d 

The Socialist Party was then 
in power and was exported to 
make slashing economies In de 
fence expenditure, and so each 
of the three Chiefs s of Staff - 
there were ihrre. ..rid not only 
one as Montgomery seemed to 
think was very properly de¬ 
termined to extract as much 
for his own Servjoe as would 
be possible in some very lean 
years. 

Had the Minister of Defence, 


A. V. Alexander, now Yipcuunt 
Alexander of Hfiaboiougft, 
been a strung character he 
would still have had a hard 
job to ie«ch a fair and con¬ 
structive balance between the 
three services at this time. 

But he was not a strong 
character. While lie gave an 
outwaid hnpiesHion of ferocity 
and strength of purpose. in tlu 
event he was always, much 
milder than his utterances 
would suggest. 

Ale x a n d e r was frequently 
browbeaten by (tie I tianeei- 
k>r of the Exchequer Dr. 
Hugh Dolton, who hated the 
•ervtrea, and had it not been 
fur Ernest Bevhi, the For¬ 
eign Secretary, who support¬ 
ed us (mi all (MvasUMis, we 
would have all eiwne utf 
worse than we UkJ; ami so 
would the count r> . 

la tlw deep, dank water* of 
this muddy political pond 
Montgomery lay like a huge 
pike, with snapping jaws and 
voracious appetite, dctei mined 
to have the biggest share of 
everything for the Arvny. 

Thu* determination rould be 
defended, but It was the way 
the CIGS went about it that 
infuriated us. 

H#s method at a meeting was 
to plane on tlie tabi« a paper 
— which had not been previ¬ 
ously circulated and whiefy de¬ 
manded everything for the 
Army — and then n*k us per¬ 
emptorily to read it. 

Then he would ask In short, 
staccato tones: "Do you agree, 
do you agree, do you agree?" 

As a result, we seldom 
reached agreement on any¬ 
thing as Montgomery states 
in his memoirs But the cause 
of this I lay laigcly at his 
door. 


Malax'd Calling 


K UALA LUMPUR (Reuters) —Malaya Ls launch¬ 
ing a drive to attract foreign capital to take 
part in tlie development of this jungle-covered pen¬ 
insula, rich in rubber and tin. 


West Looks East 


"CHURCHILL'S energy was 
inexhaustible,” writes General 
HoUis. 

“When the generals, who hi 
many eases were still geared 
to the regular hours of peace¬ 
time soldiering, with leaves at 
stated intervals, explained to 
him that he would have to run 
the war without them for a 
few days while they W’ent cn 
leave salmon fishing, shooting 
or bird watching, his amaze¬ 
ment left him temporary 
speechless. 

“He would look at them 
with astonishment from across 
his desk. 

"At his most Pickwickian- 
spectacles dow n on his nose 
mouth agape w ith .amazemept. 
cigar clamped / between the 
first two fingers of his right 
hand on the desk in front of 
him, he stared with incredulity 
at this pronouncement. 

"Leave?” he would repeat, 
as though he had*never heard 
of the word, and did not. under¬ 
stand its meaning. ‘Leave? 
Aren’t you enjoying the war? 
H'xn. h’m. don't you want to 
win this war’?*’ 

NEXT WEEK: MARINE 
IVES. 


More and more Western en¬ 
terprises are starting or ex : 
ponding business here, and the 
government is offering induce¬ 
ments to other Asians, from 
Hong Kong and Japan, to tunT 
to Malaya. 

The United States, one of 
Malaya’s best customers, is a 
major target in the present 
drive. Britain, which once 
ruled Malaya, already has 
heavy investments in rubber 
and tin. the twin pillars of the 
state’s economy. 

Population figures add a 
sense of urgency' to Malaya’s 
all out campaign to build up 
secondary’ industries to avert 
the danger of widespread u» 


employment in the towns. 
With 6.000.000 people, Malaya 
has one of the highest birth 
rates in the world and more 
than half the population today 
is under 21. 

, "lif we cannot solve this 
major fundamental problem,” 
says Tan Slew Sin. the min¬ 
ister of commerce and indus¬ 
try, ’we need not worry 


(1) RIDE PLUS 
It) KAIL 
(Si DOPE 


about the other problems be 
cause this failure alone will 
ensure disaster for our coun- 

tiy.-' 

Malaya's cabinet has drafted 
an ambitious plan for building 
up industrial strength. • 

Government leaders, who 
say that the Malayans enjoy 
one of the highest living stand¬ 
ards in Asia, point to a sound 
economic policy, political stabi¬ 
lity and a rigid policy against 
communism and subversion as 
factors creating a good Invest¬ 
ment climate. 


FAD K(|IAIk ??? 
DAM " * 

ROT " *• 

AIK 
RO< 


Fpreign capital is welcome, 
they say. Tlieie is little preju¬ 
dice against foreigners in 
multi racial Malaya and none 
against their money . 

Malaya gives general assur¬ 
ances to foreign business 
about repatriation of capital 
and remittance of dividends 
overseas. One of the mrtxt 
popular inducements is a tax 
holiday for pioneer industries, 
sueh as electrical products, 
chemicals, motion pictures and 
machinery. 

Investors representing a 
total potential of 100.000.000 
Malayan dollars in Japan, the 
United States, Britain. Ger¬ 
many. the Scandinavian coun¬ 
tries, Hong Kong. Australia, 
New Zealand. Canada. India, 
Formosa and the Philippines—' 
have made inquiries. 


DttUif (Eolmtirt 13 

SUNDAY. AUG. •. 1999 


(4) LENT 

(5) LASH 

Solution to today's Magnum are printed on Page Id. 


THIS WEEK'S ANAGRAM 








RICHARD L. THOMAS' London Notebook 


With a Splendid New Ferry 


O NE THING which British Colum¬ 
bian* notice when they get to 
Europe »* the high coat of getting across 
to France. The distance from Dover to 
Calais i* about a couple of miles longer 
than Victoria to Port Angeles and the 
fare i» equi%alent to n few cents under 
HerllLV) return. An automobile costs 
from $15 for a British baby car to more 
than double for something impressive 
from Canada House. Cross-Channel ship¬ 
ping i* one aspect of British Railways 
nationalized effort which helps to reduce 
the $180,000,000 deficit It coins cash. 

Tlii* year British Railways put into service a 
new car ferry which can carry 180 automobiles 
and 1.000 passengers. At the moment and until 
mid September it is performing feats of transpor¬ 
tation claimed to be without parallel anywhere* in 
the world. She is making eight trips a day be¬ 
tween the British port of Dover and the French 
port of Boulogne. It may not sound much— 
until you work it out. 

The journey l« tS miles. Actual travelling 
time h tnie hour t$ minute-*—dock to dock. 
That leave* exactly one hour 40 minute* to 
load and unl<»ad IMS automobile-* and 1.000 pas¬ 
senger*. A car has something fen*, than 20 
seconds hi get on and off the ferry. During 
" the SO minute journey the 1.000 passenger* 
ha% e to have their passports examined—which 
means and average of It people a minute. It 
al boil* down to the nearest thing in transport 
automation there la. 

The ship. Maid of Kent. is. of course, the last 
word in ferry construction. It cost $4,500,000 and 
expect* to re|»ay Its construction costs, loan 
ehajges and running expenses in less than five 
year*, and this year the traffic is such that offi¬ 
cials are keeping their fingers crossed hoping that 
all goes well On a schedule which literally has 
to count seconds there ia virtually no margin for 
error. 

Dp to the time of writing. In mid July, the Maid 
of Kent has been favored with unbelievably good 
fortune. The summer has been fine and sunny, 
the sea smooth, with well nigh perfect visibility. 
The English Clutnnel is not always so kind! Rough 
teas are not infrequent, fog is too often a hazard, 
and the route is claimed by mariners to be the 
moat i-ongosied bit of sea in the world -and the 
ferric* cut right across the* main traffic streams. 
The schedule tight, in all conscience, in the best 
possible weather will become a nightmare under 
poor conditions. 

The >Uid of Kent Is equi(»ped with every 
gadget which can help her keep her Sched¬ 
ules. She hns the latest radar equipment, there 
Is direction finding equipment to keep her on 
course across the ('hannel. The latest thing 
In stabilizers Is designed lo ensure that pas¬ 
sengers do not get seasick—nothing slow* up 
unloading more than drivers w lio feel peculiar 
after a stormy crossing. 

Theoretically radar enables the master of the 
ship to see in the thickest fog. In fact it doesn’t 
quite work out like that because although radar 
pick* up moat things it cannot tell a ship without 
radar that you are coming along so allowance 
has to be made for yachtsmen and for larger ships 
without radar, or whose radar may have turned 
In at a time when it is most meded. The stabi¬ 
lizers should ensure a reasonably smooth cross¬ 
ing even in the worst weather. 

Bui even the smallest delay can upset the 
•chedulev If the round tnp take* seven hours 
instead of tlx allowing fo: loading and unloading 
—the ship will be a trip betuiKl at the end of a day, 
with no hope of making it up -and there will be 
BO question of "skipping a trip" because every 
trip i» full> booked for months ahead, with the 
poaaible exception of the wee sina’ hours of the 
morning the trip which takes the people who 
have been unable te get accommodation at a rea¬ 
sonable hour. Even that is fully booked at peak 

B riod*. So Ur the fates have been kind and the 
lid of Kent, with three masters and the equiva¬ 
lent of 2‘, complete crew*, has been able to keep 
going as yet untested by bad weather and abnormal 
■evtgational hazards—but no one doubts that they 
will come before the Maid I* able to get down to 
three, two and eventually one round trip in mid¬ 
winter. 

♦ • a * * 

Al'TOMOIIIJM enter the ferry through stem 
doors and are carried on e two-storey car deck, 
the lower portion el which is high enough to 
take the biggest road coach . The ferry turns 

14 SalmM 

SUNDAY. AUG. * US 


BRITONS RULE 
THE NARROW SEAS 



around on entering harbor *o that cars go off in 
the order they came on-having made a circuit 
of the deck. Above the car deck is a passenger 
liner in miniature, except that there are very’ few 
private cabins. 

Restaurant, bars, cafeteria (the nearest thing 
to a coffee shop) and attractive lounges provide 
for passenger comfort during the 80 minutes of 
the irossing.* Seating on the main under deck is 
similar to airline chairs — with wider window's. 
Officially rated as second-class it' is superior to 
first class on older ships. Passengers recoup a 
small discount on the heavy fares by virtue of 
the fact that liquor and cigaiets are duty free 
(theoretically anyway * and sell for about 60 per 
cent under shore prices and still yield a fabulous 
profit. ^ 

The Maid of Kent has certainly done a great 
deal to attract traffic from the air ferries. In the 
height of the summer, of course, both are booked 
to capacity—but in winter, spring and autumn 
the chances are that sea Jerry will capture much 
of the off peak business mainly because the air 
ferries are affected by weather more seriously 
than ships. The speed-up arranged with customs 
and immigration has also reduced the time factor. 
Immigration formalities are all completed on 
boaixl, and enough customs officers are on duty 
to speed cars through at the rate of three or 
four 4 minute—which still gives them time to 
make^some startling hauls such as the gentleman 
With a few thousand watches concealed in his gas 
tank. 

Anyway, the "Maid" has shown the traveller to 
Eurqpe that British Railways is trying to do one 
Job with exceptional competence. The Lord 
Warden, which until this year was the biggest 
car ferry, attempts only three crossings each way 
at peak periods, but even so the two ships be¬ 
tween them will carry 2,000 automobiles a day 
across the channel and an average of 10.000 pas¬ 
sengers. It is big business and on top of that 
then' are the passenger ferries and train ferries. 
The train ferry enables you to get into your sleep. 
Ing berth in London- with customs examination 
•n the platform—and get up in time for breakfast 
on the train before reaching Paris, with customs 
and immigration clears nee on the way. The train 
ferry is still the moat effortless way of travelling 


between London and Paris. It costs approximately 
the same as the air fare. x 

The car owner, however, will prefer the com¬ 
parative simplicity of ihe Maid of Kent plowing 
her way to and fro across the Channel. As one 
steward put it to me: "We feel that we go across 
so often that even now and then we get caught 
up in a turbulence caused by our own wash.” 

Anyway. British Railways, victim of much 
astringent criticism, deserves a solid pat on the 
back for the Majd of Kent, which is the last 
word in car ferry luxury. I hope the British 
Columbia government does as well for its tax¬ 
payers as the British government has done for its 
—but even though you’ve helped to bu.^ it, you 
still have to pay when you use it. Governments 
are like that. 

a * a 

THERE ARE St'RE to he some of the older 
citizens of Victoria who will rerr Hi* the Man¬ 
chester Gaiety which Miss Honriman ffntde famous 
in the golden years between 1908 and 1922, and 
which effectively established it in public imagin¬ 
ation if not in fact as the first of the modern 
repertory theatres. It certainly deserved its ex- 
halted reputation, both as a theatre founded on 
artistic integrity and for the creation of the Lan¬ 
cashire playwright The Lancashire school almost 
rivalled the famous Abbey Theafre school in Dub¬ 
lin—in the founding of which* Mr. Horniman had 
a major role. 

Time marches on and the erstwhile famous 
Gaiety is to be pulled down in August to make 
way for a modern office block. There is no need 
to be nostalgic about it indeed, there is no scope 
for a single decent tear. Before Miss Horniman 
went there it was a bawdy music hall, which more 
than one chief constable tried to close down; 
and after Miss Horniman left it became a cinema. 
Its sole claim to fame and glory rests on 14 
momentous years. It does help us to realize, how-. 
ever, what one individual can do in a very little 
time—and the doing provide an illuminated page 
of history*. 

There will be some Mancunians watching the 
bricks tumble from tlie wreckers' hammers with 
an element of sadness, but the real tears w*ere 
shed 37 years ago^ and even the most illustrious 
cannot survive two funerals. 


NOOTKA: B.C’s First Seaport 


Conti n wed from Page 4 

looked really as if they had 
escaped from the dominion* of 
Satan himself. One had a per 
pendicolar line dividing the 
two sides of his face, one side 
painted red. the other black, 
with the hair daubed with 
grease ard red ochre and filled 
with the white down of birds. 

"Another had his face divided 
with a horizontal line and 
painted black and white. The 
visage of a third *as painted 
In checkers. Most of them had 
little mirrors; before the acqui¬ 


sition of which, they must 
have been dependent on each 
other for those correct touches 
of the pencil * here are so 
common in vogue, and which 
daily require more time than 
the toilet of a Parisian belle. 

"The women made, if, pos¬ 
sible. a still more frightful 
appearance. The ornament of 
wood which they wear to ex¬ 
tend an incision nade beneath 
the under lip. so distorts the 
face as to take from it almost 
the resemblance to the human; 
yet the privilege of wearing 


this ornament is not extended 
to the female slaves, who are 
prisoners taken in war. hence 
it would seem that distinctive 
badges have their origin in the 
mos* rude state of society. It 
is difficult, however, for the 
imagination to conceive of 
more ^ispu.sting and filthy be¬ 
ing than these patrician 
dames.” 

It is gratifying to know that 
when the geographical fea¬ 
tures of this coast vere named, 
none of these early traders, or 
their ships, were overlooked. 










In Troubled Latin America 


REDS with the REBELS 

, f- 

Threat to Democracy 


By KEN MacTA<H>ART 

CIUDAD TRUJILLO —* 
Invasion fever hangs like a 
plague in the steamy Carib¬ 
bean air 

Yet this brightly modem 
and brisk city, in the 29th 
year of La Era de Trujillo, 
shows no signs of jitters. 

Instead there is an obvious 
impression of confidence, a 
sort of "let-em-eome-and- we'll* 
ahow-em attitude that prom¬ 
ises the final showdown will 
be a real light. 

When <and if» that will oc¬ 
cur no one knows. 

But it is evident that the 
Dominican Republic, the last 
real stronghold of strong man 
government is convinced that 
a showdown will come, and is 
prepared for what most of its 
people regard unequivocally 
as ('ommunist - inspired - and- 
aided efforts to capture all 
Latin America. 

Between the two World 
Wars, Latin Ameriaa was in 
constant ferment. The 191,* 
000.000 people of the 20-odd 
countries still lived, mainly. 
In a world established by con- 
quistaoores: Rule by the great 
families and peonage for all 
else. Hunger was endemic; 
disease was rampant. 

It was a world of bitter- 
hatred and violent passions, 
where S.tMMI Nicaragua ns fell 
In one revolutionary battle 
and Uie victors look no 
prisoners ami ministered to 
no wounded. 

Malcontents, soldiers of for- 
tyne and sincere'” idealists 
found common cause. 

A dozen nationalities often 
were numbered in the exile 
group who sought to over¬ 
throw feudalism and to es¬ 
tablish democracy where, per¬ 
haps, there was no prepared 
basis or foundation for it other 
than their desire. 

Sometimes, strong men gov¬ 
ernments were overthrown, 
only to be replaced by new 
dictatorships headed by the 
men whom the populace nad 
greeted widly as liberators. 

But after the Second World 
War the pattern began to 
change. Mote than . jlruggles 
for power between leading 
families began to emerge. 

An ideological war had 
been launched, and in this the 
small but tight knit Com¬ 
munis groups' played im¬ 
portant roles. 

If Spanish America had 
been an empire instead of 
many states, the picture 
niighi have been discernible 
as It w as in i litrta. 

But the strange sight of 
Communists in Venezuela, for 
instance, supporting the iron 
rule o * Jiminez went un¬ 
noticed. as did the fact that 
one half the Western hemi¬ 
sphere was emerging, a cen¬ 
tury or more late, into a 
world of warring ideologies. 

About a decade ago the 
strongman powers began to 
fall. Defeated Jn Costa Rica's 
flections in 1948. Calderon 
Guardia tried to seize "power 
but was thrown ut by Otilio 
Ulate u'hen the country’s dis¬ 
tinguished economist. Pope 


CARIBBEAN 
STRONG MAN 


DOMINICAN 

»fPU8i/C r 

ban 
Juan 

C2?. *' 

PUfKJO *IC0 * 



The Caribbean's long and turbulent history ban 
seen dictators rise and fall like the tide, hut like a rock 
In that tide stand* the last of the strong men—Kafael 
l^eonklos Trujillo of the Dominhan K*-public. 

Ken M< Taggart. widely travelled Canadian news¬ 
man. examines the popular dictator who has steered 
Ills land to strength snd econom i c stability. 


HAW 



In the latter country. Ro^ 
mulo Betancourt, long hated 
by most of the dictators who 
regarded him as an interna¬ 
tional troublemaker, was 
elected head of a Libera) gov¬ 
ernment with the barking of 
the intellectuals of the coun¬ 
try and the Roman Catholic 
Church. 

Then came the Castro sue- 


RAFAEL TRUJILLO 
No jitters in his city 


Fimieres. took the field and 
smashed Guaidia s forces. 

The Communists had backed 
Guaidia. Deftly, they begaq 
trying to climb aboard the 
Ulate chariot. 

When, live years later. 
Ulate retired and Figuere* 
was elected, the latter drove 
them out of his camp. 

By 1952, the Latin revolu¬ 
tion was wrH under way. 
Bolivia ousted family feudal- 
ship and began a social revo¬ 
lution which is still in process 
and complicated by Com¬ 
munist intrigue and ferment. 

Juan Peron, another dic¬ 
tator who had held Com¬ 
munis hacking, fled Argen¬ 
tina. and again the Com¬ 
munists. unable to rontrel 
. the watchful military snd 
wise Liberal*, have tried to 
cause chaos since. 

A year later. Honduras took 
the same course and. in 195f7, 
elected a government headed 
by a former Liberal exile. 

In Peru, duiing this period, 
a military dictator flouted 
custom and retired, permitting 
open election of a successor- 
government. 

And. within eight months of 
each other. Rojas Pinilla fled 
Colombia, and Perez Jiminez 
fled Venezuela. 


Batista fled, to live in a 
suite down the hall from 
w here this is written,’ and the 
Communists, who had backed 
Batista in the pasta were 
found cheering from the Cas¬ 
tro carriage. 

In Venezuela, they were 
attacking Betancourt, a sup¬ 
posed liberator. In Cuba, they 
. cheered for Castro, another 

I* liberator. 

Why? Because they are 
playing the opportunist line 
for all M's worth. Betancourt 
Is struggling to avoid them 
( though the party rlaima 

growing strength. But so far 
they seem to have won 
Castro's confidence. and 
therein lies the newtat Carib¬ 
bean crisis. 


In this vast social revolution 
of all Latin America the Com¬ 
munists have played all erpl* 
to the middle. Now. they have 
created a crisis within a war 
r of ideology. 

r To many businessmen and 
diplomats in this part of the 
world, the war of ideology is 
between Moscow and Wash¬ 
ington. with Washington in the 
unenviable position of having 
to support the new Liberal 
regimes in their struggle to 




survive and still avoi<^ Com¬ 
munist ties. 

If Washington dors this. 

It tacitly angers the remain¬ 
ing strong men—Trujillo in 
the Dominkmn Republic, 
SonMwa In embattled .Nicar¬ 
agua. and Stroessner la 
Paraguay—who appear to 
believe that the Communists 
wIM win.' 

What Castro seems to allow 
in Cuba lends support to their 
attitude. The language of 
Castro's followers is that of 
Moscow; the revolution has 
become a proletarian success. 
And if the Communists 
succeed in holding or increas¬ 
ing their power In Cuba, it will 
make it tougher for the new 
Liberal regimes to spurn the 
dema nds. 

Most of all. it will give the 
dictators a chance to say: "We 
told you so.” 

The Dominican Republic is 
an advanced country, materi¬ 
ally. In 29 years, Rafael lun¬ 
ulas Trujillo has wrought" 
wonders. Industrially far in 
advance of all its nighbors, 
its people are among the most 
literate of all Latin America. 



AN A STASH! SOMOU 
la Nicaragua, doubt 


Ha free Hospital and 
leal service* are exe 
Education In a iiiuat; 
one up to M years of ago 
must go to *ch<»ol If ho or 
she root read or write. 

Its armed foices arc th# 
best In the Caribbean. And 
to the devout 68 year-old Bene¬ 
factor and Fath r of the New 
State (his official titles) of 
long as he retains the loyalty 
of those, forces they will b# 
used against Litjriais who hg 
regards as Communists. 

Unlike Cuba. *ihne Is nd 
hunger here, no worry about 
security. 

If a showdown tomes—snd 
most people expert It It Tt\*f 
be long snd bloody. 


PIONEER ADVENTURER 



AIJKKDO STKflfXSNKK 
la Psrsguay, suspicion 


Continued from Page 1 

"Mrs. Moore wss at first 
reticent about being Jnter- 
viewed, but at last surrendered 
and said: **I had a delightful 
trip and was very agreeably 
surprised with Skagway. I ex¬ 
pected to find a weird country 
with rude and rough people, 
but on arrival was surprised to 
find st pretty little village, the 
people of which would do 
honor to Victoria or gny other 
city. On our trip we were 
treated royally by the officer* 
of the Tees, and experienced 
especial courtesies from Capt. 
Joe Goose. Capt. Tommy 
Gunns. Mate J. O. Townsend. 
Purser Harlan C. Brewster 
(later Premier of B.C. 1916- 
18 •; Steward William Creig, 
Chief Engineer William Duffua 
and Second Engineer James 
Petticrew.’' 

Capt. Moore continued to 
flourish in Skagway. as we 
read in May of 1899: ‘ lade ad¬ 
vices from the north, received 
f>y the steamer Rosalie, contain 
the news tliat Capt. William 
Moore, the pioneer of .Skagway 
and discoverer of the White 


largg 

i tract 


and first class hotel on his t 
of land to the east side of 
Skagway* Broadway. C. TJona* 

saas has been awarded the co*> 
tract.” 

As he grew older Capt 
Moore spent the winter* Id 
Victoria, the summers In hig 
beloved north land. 

In March of 1«»09 he died hi 
his Victoria home on Kingston 
Street, in James Bay: "Fog 
year* previous to the prHd rush 
in the Yukon. Capt. Moore had 
the most unbounded faith in 
the Yukon’s future, and hg 
never tired of predicting just 
such discoveries which afteft 
wards excited the whole i 
and caused the most wonder! 
stampede in history. So gn 
was his faith in the count! 
that he went and occupied 1 
site of the one place on th# 
northern coast which would of 
necessity be the gateway to thd 
scene of the gold find. ThS 
place became the lowtn of Ska* 
way." 

Sailtt dnlnnidt 

SUNDAY, AUG. », )M# 









rrr ty 




THE C AXSO CAlfBEWAl pro\Mn spectacular link brtwrrn Cipe Breton 
Inland and the Nova Ncotls mainland. Tbl*. like other sections of the 
klfhwa.v, waa a Dominion-pro* inctal fovernmnl joint projei-t. 


GOOD KOADS don't aoat 


money—they make money, highway planner* 
maintain. And camping facilities make 
them even more attractive to the traveller. 
This hi a typical roadaide renting place 
along the Prairie route. 


16 ihil* (TnfottUf 

BCNDAY, Alii. i. 1MB 


of the harbor from Signal Hill * ancient defeme work*. like Vancouver 
Inland. Newfoundland la linked to the highway by ear ferries. 


THE 


Nation* I 


rk. 


National Diadem 


are the old farm* of Carleton Counfy and Freder* 
Irton'a historic charm. The Maritime* have much 
to of let, especial lv in the gorgeou* coloring of 
falL 

But at thin end of the continent there is that 
aort of spectacular display by nature, a prodigal 
variety, w'hich has no equal—no challenger. Thera 
are the western slopes of Alberta, climbing to 
the Great Divide, as a doorstep to scenic adven- 
lure. But the magnificence still marches west, 
mounting from splendor to splendor. 

Port Aibetni maintains, like Victoria, that It 
can label itself Mile Zero of the TransCanada. 
These claims are realiy not important. There 
could be other spots on Vancouver Island’s Pacific 
front which, when the main highways eventually 
reach them, might more suitably claim the con¬ 
tested distinction. 

There are some who feel that perhaps Ucluelet 
or Tofino will become, withir a reasonable time, 
the western end of this great national thorough¬ 
fare. 

Meanwhile, the last links in the chain are 
expected to be welded some time in 1960. 


VICTORIA la the official 
Albend also has a claim 


•loro terminus of the Trane-Canada. Port 
Mile O rights. But the rivalry has never 
I heated altercation. 


at Banff 
tcenery galna In majesty. 


A Great Highway Links Gems in a 


^WHETHER Victoria la Milo 4..VXI op 
W Mile 0, as I poet proclaims on the 
Dallas Kosd, doesn't really matter very 
much. It is the present western ter¬ 
minal of the Trans-Canada Highway. 

St John's. Nfld., is its east coast counterpart. 
Betw«>en these two cities stretches one of the 
longest national highways anywhere in the world. 
It* 4,500 miles include the short water links- - 
between Nanaimo and the mainland of B.C.. and 
ftt. John * and the Maritime* 

And between the two terminals lie some of 
the most extravagantly beautiful stretches of 
•bunti> to be found. 

Newfoundland is rugged, massive, forested, 
ala sited bv watercourses, and in some respects 
resembles Vancouver Island. 

QuetxM has It* own quaint and picturesque 
•ountiyskt** besides the natural endowments. 

Ontario provides an extraordinary contrast in 
•oenerv. 

The Prairies have their moments of beauty 
diH|»el the monotony o i the miles. 


TRANS¬ 

CANADA 

» - 

By John Shaw 

But undoubtedly British Columbia presents 
the traveller with the climactic in scenery. In 
massive mountains and turbulent waters, in foi- 
est. sea and sky horizons. 

The Annapolis Valley in blossomtime is match¬ 
less; and Fundy has its peculiar appeaL There