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Vancouver hland'$ Leading NewnfMiper Since 1858 


No. 260-102nd YEAR 


VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1960 




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28 PAGES 


$1,000,000 Plan 

To Improve 
Island Fishing 

B]r AUX MERRIMAN 

The federal flsheriea department plans a $1,000,- 
000 improvement program on Big Quallcum River 
which couM eventuaily see that river support 1,000,000 
apawnlng fish each year. 

An imn)«diate tUrt te 


Faces Debate Next Week 


Typhoon 

Kiik 32 pijij, Ijjj. Controlled Disarming 


MANILA (L’PI>—Typliooa 
Lota hntasa tor thr Chtairsr 
nolntaiia yrstrnUy, ImtIiic 
brhlBa s> ImmI K droS snd 
moro than IIS,aee,taS la 
a a m a g s Uiroaghoot llir 
ptillipplani. Moot of thr 
rIrtlsiM died hy 


last arorh's Typhoon Kit 
and Lota tooh a total of III 


Placed Before UN by West 


planned on the first project 
of its kind anywhere In the 
World and win undoubtedly be 
the forerunner of other de- 
vetopments aimed at brlnglnf 
back to normal and Increasing 
B-C.'s salmon fishing Industry. 
EVEN HKKF, 

Plrst benafits from the pro¬ 
gram should be evidenced In 
the fall of 1882 and should be 
felt by both sport and com- 
anerdal fi s hermen through 
Improved Oahing la the Strait 
of Georgia, Johnstone Stiatt. 
Campbell River area and to a 
leaser degree Juan de Fuea 
Strait off VIetqrta. 

Stalhead and trout Ashing 
will also be Improved In the 
Big QuaUeum River and the 
department plans a rood along 
the banks the tuU length of 
the Big Quallcum. 

FULL LXNOn 

Although not designed spec¬ 
ifically tor the purpose, the 
road arlU give anglers 
to the full length of the six to 
aevenmlle Kg QnaUeian. 

The Dsberles department Is 
already negotiating to buy all 
the property fronted by the 
river. 

Project will control spawn¬ 
ing and rearing eandlilons 
the Big QuaUcum River by 
strict control of 
and tsmperaturaa. 

SBCOND PMAHE 

A second phase of the pro¬ 
gram, not Included In ths more 
than $1,000,000 coat cathnaMd 
by Rod Hourston. fla 

dlreolor for ths Pacille- 

would Induda Jmp r o ves ssnt of 
the actual riveitcd by creat¬ 
ing more Ideal spawning areas 
through ths washing and grad¬ 
ing of gravel and the building 
of new channels. 

Major construction la sched¬ 
uled to start next spring. If 
Ottawa votes the necessary 
funds. 

EABTHFILL DAM 

This Includes a 20-foot 
earthAII dam at Home Lake 
outlet to the river and an SH- 
fooL 2J)00-fool long horseshoe 
type tunnel, which would by¬ 
pass the dam, making It pos¬ 
sible to draw water 
Horne Lake. 

The tunnel will take off 70 
feet below the present level of 
Ceattaaed oa Page t 



$ 50,000 


^BesV 

Art 

Stolen 


VANCOUVER (CP) — 
Two dozen oil pai 
worth an estlmatad 
000 were stolen during 
Thursday night from a pri¬ 
vate art gallery in south- 
end Vancouver, it was dia- 
closed yesterday. 

Police said they suspect pro¬ 
fessional art thieves. Only the 
best works were taken from an 
exhibition of 18th - century 
originals from Britain and the 
Continent. 

FROM LONDON 
The Alex Fraser gallery had 
obtained them from the R R. 
Cresner galleries of St. James 
Palace In London. Their exhi¬ 
bition and sale started Oct. 1 
and was to cioae next Tuesday. 

Herbert Cresner of the R R 
Crasner galleries said one of 
the stolen paintings—a large 
by C Napier Uemy- 
waa worth more than $10,000. 
THIRD THEFT 
It was the third major art 
theft here within the last year. 

The Untvaralty of British 
Columbia art gaUery lost $40.- 
000 worth of paintings and 
they were never located. 
Tarmty-two paintings 
$10J)00 



Assembly Placid 
After K Departs 

UNITED NATIONS (UPI)—The Western 
powers last night put their own disarmament 
plan before the General Assembly's political 
committee and urged ex^rt study of wgys 
and means to carry it out. 


Chinatown^s Lion Lured from Den 


Bomb for China 


Nobel Prize-winning aclen- 
list Dr. Linus Pauling said 
yesterday Communist China 
will Join the "nuclear dub" 
by testing a small nudsar 
weapon next year "and 
bigger ones will come 
quickly after thaL” He urged 
a more vigorous approach in 
the area of disarmament 


The 88-nation political com¬ 
mittee was expected to start 
debate on disarmament next 
week. The Assembly voted on 
Thursday to send Nikita 
Khrushchev’s "general and 
complete" disarmament propo¬ 
sal to the committee, rather 
than debate It on the floor of 
the world parilament. and 
handed the Ruislan one of his 
moat stinging defasts In the 
vote. 

With Khrushchev back in 
Moscow, the assembly re¬ 
lumed to a KDtaplneM^pM-{ 
tern yesterday although Rus¬ 
sia's prosecution of the cold 
war still dominated Its delib¬ 
erations. 

Britain, the United Sta'es 


‘War of Nerves’ 
Aimed at Base 


day that Cuba has opened a 
worth {war of nervas against the U.S. 
taken from the Van -1 naval base at Guantanamo 
couver art gallery In January | and seems Intent on provoking 
arers later found. Ian incidatit there. 


UNITED NA-nONS (UPI) I TTm UB. sent a 8.(xn-word 
-The UB. alerted the UN Fri-1 slatsrasnt Is ’ Secretary-Gen¬ 
eral Dag Hammarakjold 
answering Fidel Castro's mara¬ 
thon assembly speech against 


After two years of hlbematinf, Vic¬ 
toria Chinatown’s Don will dance 
during the annual Lantern Festival 
to be held in the Sirocco Chib Thurs¬ 
day. Tempting the lion from his den 


with his favorite delicacy—Chinese 
cabbage—are Jane Lang, left, Mrs. 
ywiaa Eng and Victoria (Chinatown 
Lions Club president. Jack Tang. 
See Page 13.—(Eric Joe photo.) 



Barrette 
Blasts 
Party 

JOLIETTE. Que. (CP)—An 
tonio Barrette, who reslgnsd 
last month as leader of the 
Union Natlonale party, si 
Friday night he had bi 
forced to take the party lead¬ 
ership and then forced to re¬ 
sign. 

He lashed out verbally at 
ihrse major llgurea In the 
party, treasurer Gerald Mar- 
tlneau. chief organizer J. D. 
Begin and legislative councll- 
!lor Jean Barre'te, tM relation. 

! Mr Barretts said he had 
ibeen led to believe that every- 
i thing was In readtneas lor the, 
'June 22 election but this was 
• a grave mlalskc. 

Hr said pressure from the 

_ cabinet forced him to accept 

WA.SHINGTON iCP) —Theiihr leadership of the party. 
Bomarr-B antiaircraft miaallei "j have never wanted power, 
completed Its longest tsstti nave alwayt been afraid of 
flight-345 miles Friday. power." said Mr. Barrette. 

The succesaful test — sixth Mr. Barrette said Union Na 
since last April — came Just tloruile had done good for 
tsm days after the air forre: Quebec and that It can again, 
gave formal approval to' "But this esn come about 
volume productloo of the mis-only if the party Is rcorgan- 
sile. Canada Is to get two, tzed along democratic prtn- 
squadrona next year. iciples . . ." 


Ottawa Ready to End 
Its Tax Rental Plan 

TORONTO (CP)—The Globe aad Mail says 
the federal goveraiaeat wiB probably press for 
aa ead to the exiatiag tax-reatal system whea the 
preoeat (he-year agreements wHh the proviaeea 
ends in Marra, 1M2. 

TIta aewspapw, la aa Ottawa story, says soeh 
action would eoasMl aB proviaeea at iMt to im¬ 
pose their owa laeomr, corporation aad estate 
taxes eveu If Ottawa caattaaea to collect them as 

aa ageaL 


A.NTONIO BARRETTE 

Bomarc Flies 
345 Miles 


Mother Slain to Test 
Link Beyond Grave 


TACOMA. Wash. 

Roger Vukovich. 20. s quiet, 
wiihdrswh only child who 
saemed lo live In a super¬ 
natural world of hIs own. was 
rharged In Juaticr court Fri 
day with the lirsl-degrec mur 
der of his Sf-year-oM widowed 
mother. 

Lstr Thursday afternoon he 
signed a staiemeni saying he 
had killed Mrs. Sebna Vuko- woipsn was hit on the Aun 
vleh after trying unsuccess- with ths hiuni end of 
fully to hire out the slaying hatchet, carried from her bed 
to • close friend for $1,000. ; and pushed down a steep 

When arrested, Vukovirhi flight of basement stairs. 


(API — had in his possession a paper 
back book. "Mediums snd Sur¬ 
vival." He said In his signed 
statement that he had Just 
finished a chapter involving 
the question, "can mortals 
make contact after death?" 

This was an experiment 
he hoped lo make ^ler his 
mother’s death. Vukovich said. 
Police said the sleeping 


the UB. and said the Cuban 
movas could result only In In¬ 
citing Cuban dtlxena against 
the base. 

The statement denied one- 
by-one the charges Ctaatro 
Aung at the UB. and accused 
Castro of stlAIng his nation’s 
economy by engaging in bar¬ 
ter agreements with Commu¬ 
nist China and the Soviet 
Union which wore "poUtkally' 
motivated. 


Kremlin Greets 
Bubbling Nikita 

MOSCOW (Reuters) —I_ 

Nikita Khrushchev relumed | 

home from the United Nattonsi oars n- o • i 

Friday pubbUng over with t imU SeiZCd 

good humor and lavtah em-' . 
braces for his Communist 
p^y colleagues. 

The burly Soviet premier 
smothered members of the 
Communist party presidium in 
giant bearhugs and klaaes aa 
they clustered around him on 
the airport runway. 

DIOVT FORGET 
There was no trace of the I 

many angry blasla that HAVANA (Reuters)—T)ie 
marked his UN s p eeches as| 

he shook hands ararmly wtthi . 

American Ambaaaador Uewel-jtwo bemlu—tlie Roy«l Bank of Canada and t))e Bank 
lyn Thompaon and told him: | of Nova Scotia. 

WM'‘llS.‘y.-‘“^'‘ mKlonaltzalkm law. 

ivnwy fpa BIDE jwere adopted at a cabinet maet- 

More than 1.000 Moscow >" P*™* 

workers were trmnsporled toJient session, causing apaeulo- 
Ihc airport In trucks snd buses-lion that more nattonaltzallon 
to provide a warm welcome eould be expected, 
for the Russian leader, who 
lias been sway 35 day. jWHY CANADA? 

• It was not known Imme- 

As Khrushchev arrlved/iately why the Canadian 
home. Weal European newa-i banks were exempted. In Mont- 


Canadian Bankers 
Escape Cuban Crab 

HAVANA (Reuters)—T)ie government of Fidel 
Castro Friday nationalized 382 companies and all but 


papers summed up his stay 
at the United Nations as a 
blustering propaganda circus 


real, a spokesman for the 
Royal Bank said it might be 
<0 show rhit the Cuban gov- 


Gtaas International and Sher- 
wln Williams Co. of Cuba. 

Premier Caatro will address 
the nation today to explain why 
the nationalization taws were 
adopted. 

OfAcIsb Indicated many of 
(he companlea followed a 
policy “contrary to the In 
tr reals of the revolution" and 
the nation’s economic develop 
ment. 


snd Italy proposed that tha 
Anal goal" ol a dlaarmament 
program "under effective In¬ 
ternational control” should ba; 

• Reduction ol all na¬ 
tional armed forces and arma¬ 
ments to levels required for 
internal security and for tha 
provision of agreed contin¬ 
gents to an International po¬ 
lice force within the United 
NaUona. 

• EUmlnatton of the means 
of delivery of all weapons of 

MS destruction. 

• Elimination ol all weap 
ons of mass dastructlon, 
nuclear, chemical and bac¬ 
teriological. 

Use ol outer space for 
peaceful purpoaes only. 

• Establlahment of effec¬ 
tive means for verification of 
the observance ol dlaarma- 
ment obUgatlons and for the 
maintenance of peace. 

• Achievement of a secure, 
Irae and opan world, ts which 
all peoplas are protected from 
the danger of surprise attack 
or the oulbraak of war by 
miacatculatlon. 

In addition. Britain, carry¬ 
ing through a proposal out¬ 
lined to the assembly by 
Prime Minister Harold Mae- 
mlllan, submitted another 
resolution calling lor creation 
of an expert committee on dis¬ 
armament Inspection and con¬ 
trol systems. It would hsvo 
the assembly recommend that: 
APPOINT RXPRBTB 
"Tachnical experts, sden- 
tllic, mlllfary and admlnlatra- 
tlvc, be appointed with the 
minimum of delay with In- 
itructlona to submit a progress 
report to the United Nations 
Disarmament C o m m 1 a alon 
within six months on the sys¬ 
tems of Inspection and control 
their capabilities and limi¬ 
tations — which would ba 
effective and fair to all 
concerned In relation to . . . 
disarmament." 

Western sources said the 
proposals were the result of 
months ol work by dlsarm- 
smenl experts snd were not 
intended to counter the resolu- 
llon pul forward to the s» 
aembly by Khrushchev him¬ 
self. 

INtCnOATED RIOTS 

Earlier South African Exter¬ 
nal Affairs Minister Eric Louw 
rharged that Rusaian-tralned 
Communists Instigated bloody 
race riots last spring against 
nls country’s apartheid policy 
lor the separation of whites 
and Negroes. 

Louw said Khrushchev had 
planned his 2S-day UN visit to 
take personal command of tho 
cold war and to seek to extend 
Soviet influence among tho 
emergent countries of Africa. 

There was a general feeling 
of relaxation and some relM 
that, as one diplomat aaid, 
"World War I la over." 


...1 

No Pay, No Vacation in 1 5 Years 


CAMELFORD. England 
(AP) — For 15 years Fred¬ 
erick Jewell has labored on 
Wilfred Fandercock's farm 
without rollectthg a penny In 
wages. He has had no vaca- 
tiona. 

In return, he was given his 
lood and lodging, dothing. aa 


ounce of tobacco a week and 
his social security contribu¬ 
tion. 

But there was no IH-freling 
between Jewell and Fander- 
cock. The arrangement ap¬ 
parently suited everybody ex¬ 
cept the ministry of sgricul- 
lure. It summonsed farmer 


Ftndercock for failing lo pay 
his employee the legal mini¬ 
mum wage ol IS ($22,401 plus 
overtime. 

Fandercock. who pleaded 
guilty, was Bned flO i$28l. 

According to Agures put 
forward by the ministry's 
lawyer. Arthur Bligh. Fander¬ 
cock owed Jewell about 18,000 

I 


that gave UlUe hope for any>rnmenl is opposed only to 
easing ol the cold war. jiTB. capital having a slake In 

WEST ALLOWED 'ft** country. 

The London fiaily Telegraph i 
referred to hia ’boorial, be-5“"^" 
havlor ” at the UN and the 

London Dally Express said the •'opes ol averting any mea- 
Weal,. had allowed him io,»“"a them. 

"make propaganda at their FIRMH URTED 
expense. nationalized companies 

Include 105 Cubsn-owned sugar 
mllta. 47 commerctal ware- 
l•ouaea, 11 coflee companies, 
1'- movie chains, eight rail- 
roods. 13 leading C u b an owne d 
department stores. SO textile 
tactortea. six condensed miUf 
factories. IS rice plants and six 
Itquor factories. Including the 
famous Cuban-owned Bacardi 
i-ovnpany. 

DUPONT, BWirr 
American companies taken 
over Include Dupont Inter- 
American Chemical Co, Swift 
snd Co.. American Agricultural 
Chemical, Pittsburgh Plat* 


($22,400) In back pay. But the 
magtalrates rouki only enforce 
payment lor the last two 
yeaia. 

They ordered Fandercock to 
pay Jewell, now 50. a total ol 
1832 ($2B18l arreara ol wages. 

"I’ll have to ntortgagf the 
farm to do It." said Fander¬ 
cock. 


Don’t Miss 


•Suae of War' 
Rhodeiia Fear 
(Page 3) 

* * * 

•Rote Marie 
I Hate You' 
(Names in News, Page 5) 
* * * 

FritMi Captured 
V.K. Chagrined 
(Page 7) 

* * * 

Dog Charge Starts 
Turks’ Death Trial 
(Page 11) 


•Old Dogs' Learning 
AgeALutting Tricks 
(Kordel Page 17) 

* * * 

Scottish Sect Blamed 
For Kipper Cutoff 
(Page 18) 

* * a 

Pago 

romlrs . IS 

Craisword .M 

Flasnctal News. S 

Ctardea NoSm . U 

Boclal .. 14, IS 

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ALL ABOARD 


With G. E. Mortimore 


C HARLES, MARQUIS DE MONTCALM, an 
affable gentleman with a patrician nose and a 
blue pin-stri^ suit, visited Victoria yesterday at 
the far end of a cross-Canada tour. 

He is a direct descendant of Louis Joseph. 
Marquis de Montcalm, the brave defender of 
Quebec, who died in that capital of New France on 
&plember 14, 1759, after General Wolfe had over¬ 
whelmed the French army on the Plains of Abra¬ 
ham. 

He is now a Paris basinessman. But Canada is 
part of his family tradition. Stories of Canada are 
among his earliest memoriife. A room of his house 
is UnH with Canadian piaures, documents and 
other treasures. In Paris he made the acquaintance 
of many Canadians. 

So he came to see the country which by tradi¬ 
tion and personal interest had become a second 
homeland to him. 

At Victoria High School he paid a visit to the 
night-school French class conducted by Mme. P. L. 
Bissley, where I had the privilege of hearing him 
speak. 

I passed my academic examinations In French, 
but I never learned the language. However, I have 
begun to learn a little since leaving .school, and this 
year I enrolled in Mme. Bissley’s class. % I hap¬ 
pened to be there when the Marquis de Montcalm 
spoke. 

I wish I could say I understood all he said. 

I can parrot the accent fairly well, but I have a 
alow ear. Many of the distinguished visitor’s re¬ 
marks were lost to me. Luckily, I was able to pick 
up some of the lost ground after the lesson, when 
M. le Marquis answered a few questions in English. 

"I'm just a tourist, with a suitcase and a coat,” 
he said. 

“How did you feel when you first saw 
Quebec?” a lady asked. 

'"I knew it by heart before I arrived,” he said. 
“I didn’t need to buy any postcards.” 

Several people were curious about the famous 
picture of the death of his ancestor at Quebec, 
painted from imagination by Vateau, who had 
never been to Canada. A reproduction of the pic¬ 
ture is on Page 131 of the En^lopedla Canadians. 

The Marquis assured questioners with a smile 
that the picture was pure fiction. In the back¬ 
ground was a palm tree. Two Indians In the fore- 
g^nd wore headdresses of a kind never seen in 
Canada—more like those worn by the Indiaiu of 
Florida. 

How many popular ideas about famous figures 
in history are formed by such works of fiction—in 
pictures and in words? George Washington and 
the cherry tree was pure Invention. 

If only the camera and the tape recorder had 
been invented 500 years earlier, history and 
biography might havre been much more accurate 
than they are—and also, perhaps, much duller. 

The marquis was politely non-committal 
about Algeria and the question of de Gaulle’s 
successor. 

What about the great industrial growth of 
France, which has caused so much comment lately? 
It has been building up for years, the marquis said 
—but North America is just beginning to hear 
about it. He is on his way eastward again today, 
e * * 

Another distinguished visitor to Victoria yes¬ 
terday was Allan T. Lambert, a V’ictoria native 
son and Oak Bay High School graduate who is now 
vice-president and general manager of the Toronto- 
Dominion Bank. 

“He was a pretty good student.” said his old 
mathematics and science teacher, Thomas Whitte- 
more, 2172 Cubbon. 

He graduated from high school at 15 in 1927 
and went to work for the Bank of Toronto branch 
at Yates and Broad Street under the late C. W. 
Ihingman. a manager who gained the reputation of 
training a number of succe^ul bankers. 

His starting salary: S40 a month. Since that 
time, bank salaries have increased and the atmos¬ 
phere has become more friendly. 

No longer do banks seem such formidable 
places that they scare people. 

“Did you ever read that piece by Stephen Lea¬ 
cock about the way that banks intinudated him?” 
I asked. 

“Yes,” said Mr. Lambert. "I don't think he 
would have written it today.” 

* * * 

Women’s auxiliary to Royal Jubilee Hospital 
is holding a tag colle<^on this morning and after¬ 
noon. The money doesn’t go to the building fund, 
organizers point ^out. It's for patients’ comforts. 
Some of it will finance special nursing for invalids 
who can’t afford to pay. 


LLUSION tSKCS 


seiots i»«E 



Map shows area in which a $1,000,000 improve¬ 
ment program will take place on Big Qualicum 
River. 


$1,000,000 Plan 
To Boost 


Fishing 


Your Good Health 

j 

Pre-Diabetes 
Is Possible 
In Pregnancy 

\ By JOSKPH G. !(IOI,.\ER. MD had miscarriages before such 
treatment was instituted. 

"Dear Dr. Molner; I would 
appreciate .something about ~ 

pre^llabetlcs in pregnancy "Dear Dr. Molner; Just a few 
After three normal preg lines to say ‘thank you' for 
nanelea, I have had three mis writing In answer to my re. 
carriages at three months, quest about Parklnson'a dls 
After the third It was fountl ease. And then I have read 
that I was a pre dlabetir. but a more recent article you wrote 
I am not sure whether this about It. By the help of God 
could have caused the mistar and drugs my husband has 
riages. — M.S.M." been able to work five daya a 

^ ^ week and he will, be 65 In 

March. Mrs. B.K.!." 

Ordinarily, It la not atrictly 
poasibie to say that a person * * • 

la a “pre^llabeile." Either the Much can be done to relieve 
condition is present, or It Isn’t Parkinson's disease in a great 
—although, to be sure, there eases. Sometimes It be- 

are mild cases and severe comet quite disabling but It 
can often be alleviated. Don't 
However, In pregnancy, there expect modern medicine to be 
is an added physiological bur- able to cure, with one drug or 
den placed on the body. Some- one operation, all the chronic 
times, a diabetic stale ap- diseases we acquire. But re- 
pears but, after the pregnancy, member, many diseases can 
the Individual's sugar tolerance now be eased to the point at 
may return to normal. which we can be happy and 
But It must be admitted «»lve In spite of them, 
that such Individuals are quite 
likely, although not certain, to 
develop real diabetes eventu¬ 
ally. perhaps quite some years 
later. 

For the specific question 


2 flail}! (Tnltmillt Viclerta, I.C., Sat., Oct. IS. 196# 


Conttaaad from Page 1 


isidered a good year at leveU !* lulte ^ble that 

°urf***fiTntntl*°nmj^ the Big qualicum,' TreaUng this “temporary 

1^^ ^ ^ ™ laMng with JJOO coho. SOO diabetes" with Insulin U cer- 

H«ne Lake water storage »"<• • -"•'■•r ^iSS',lv‘"»U^v 'JJSZThStS 

will provide water to maintain Plnka. sucreuful nrssnsncv 

th# riv#r at a constant level Under the controlled system •chJeved successful prtfna^ m 

i’Sl umperltur.Tu« iTm «ber. wo,^ be no repeUtlon. by this maans _^Juy^ 
mer and fall A constant of 1958 condltlona, when dry 
flow of water In the Big weather caused low water In 
Qualicum will provide more hundreds of salmon streams, 
cubic feet of water at all resulting in the death of 
times to rear more fish of thousands of yaar.old coho 
all speclea smoulta and the poor run of 

It will bring up minimum coho salmon returning to the 
flow, which In bad years has;rivers this year, 
gone as low as 10 cubic feet ^and C'LFJkRIND 
per second, and will maintain _ . ^ 
r minimum flow of 200 cubic i P™Jact engineer Ray Fa^ 

feet per second. '*,?* 

^ some Isnd clMiint along tht 

THOUHANDA DIE i flood channel of the Big Quail* 

Not only will the project do cum this wl^iter, hut major 
part of construction Is planned 
for next spring and summer, 
with completion scheduled for I 
the summer of 1M2. 

The project has been under 
study for three years and a 
counting fence on the river 
has been In operation, so re* 




Now U 'he time to plant new »hrubher>'. bulbs and 
hedgeib. ^ house from *our rholc'e nursery stock, well 
started end stuidy — for best results. 

SPECIALS! 

These and Many More Specials! 


Beautiful Heathers 

59*«wh 

4 for 92.00 
Young 

Japanese Aialeas 

Red and Pink 

89* 

Green ('uahkm 
Veronicas 

From 89 

Blue Elwood Cypreaa 

49* 


Ktetrber C ypreaa 
for edging 

50%„b 

Three-Year-Old Privet 
Hedging 

50*.w* 

Bhade-Ixoring CioM Spot 
Ancuba 

From 35 each 

Assorted 
Hock.'r)- Planta 

30* 


From 


each 


FLinx Waimowcni, Forgpt-mc-iiat*. ('hryMUithcmunw 
la bloom aod other pcrcnaials 
( OMPlJETE GARDEN Bl'PPMEB 

CEDAR HILL 

GARDEN CENTRE 

1561 fbdar Hill X Eood. haH bkirli wrot of BhclbouriM 
Opoa Dally 9 aJb. to 6J9 pjn.. Including tandaya 
PHOM: or 7-2658 


Newspaper Advertising 
Stimulates Buying 


away with low flow condltlona, 
when fiah are unable to roach 
the .pawning bade or young 
amoulta die by the thouaanda 
jbecauae there la net enough 
wafer in the river to malnUIn 
them all. but tha control «( 
the river aleo will do away 


with the high flow flood con-1 aulta of the project can be 
dltlona. which have reached | meaaured. 
the order of 7JX)0 cubic feet u-wv 

a aecond and have waahed 

away miUlona of aalmon and Mr. Clay aald th# big 
trout egga. .Qualicum waa lelected aa the 

; Initial project becauae Horne 
PAY FOE IT8FXF jLai,, ,„|,|ch la not aettled by 

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where It will aupport a good Big Qualicum. alx to aeven 
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an Inttrview. Qualicum there will be a bar- 

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laal year more than 100,000,000 j nel. 

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W»ifr4«v. Oct IS, 1f40 


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SALISBURY. Soulhm Rho-j 
I Rrulm) — Tnickloads 
of Rhod^lan troo|w with ma- 
chine-(un« mounted on their 
rabe moved into Negro town- 
ahlpe around Sall^ry, Bula¬ 
wayo and Gwe^rYrtday in a 
malor show of itiVngth. 

One woman itanding in a 
crowd of Negroea in Hlghfield 


Townihip watching the first i 
trucks roiling along tljejrc^: 
aid: "They have everything to 
f'ght with—we only have 
stones." 

There was an air of tension, 
as the government set in mo¬ 
tion its crackdown on so-called 
"hooligans" blamed for out¬ 
break of violence last weekend. 


Hooded Bank Bandits 
Escape With $10,000 

MONTREAL (CP)—Armed rotihers wearing 
RMn hMida escaped Friday with more than 
$10,000 in a hoMup of the Canadiaa Bank of Com¬ 
merce in St. Ghryiostome, 45 miles southeast of 
MontieaL 


Must Export 


Produce More 
Britons Urged 


SCARBOROUGH. EngUnd 
ICPl—Britons were told Fri¬ 
day they arlU have to produce 
more and export more If they 
art to pull out of the hard 
times shaping up for the 
nation. 

Cabinet ministers told the 
Conse r vative party conference 


Prison Trio 
Dies in Blast 

LEAVENWORTH. Kan. <AP) 
— An exptosion, believed 
caused by gas, levelled a 
slaughterhouse outside the 
walls af the UB. penitentiary 
Friday, killing a supervisory 
employee and two prisoners. 

Five convicts were hurt In 
the blast, described by a prison 
official as "the worst accident 
In 15 years" at the penlten- 
tUry. 


these two goals will be the 
cornerstone of future govern¬ 
ment soonomlc policy. 

The credit squeeze Is to be 
continued to discourage oon- 
sumptioo at home. An inten¬ 
sive export drive, with positive 
government aid. la planned. 
Both increased production and 
productivity are to be encour¬ 
aged. 

"In general, success depends 
on the creation of a much 
wider appreciation that this, 
country—above all countries 
in the West—has got to export 
to live.” said Selwyn Lloyd, 
former foreign secretary, in 
his maiden speech as Chancel¬ 
lor of the Exchequer. 

Prime Minister Macmillan’s 
poUcics were attacked from an 
unexpected quarter. His son, 
Maurice, 3>. an MP, made a 
hard-hitting s p ee ch criticizing 
his father's administration for 
spending too much public 
money. 


The general secretary of the 
African Nationalist Democratic 
Party. Enos Nkala. told re- 
noriers: "This |s a slate of 
war ... It could lead tb some¬ 
thing disastrous. I think it Is 
direct provocation to the Af 
rican people." 

He and other NDP leaders 
with hkn said the move could 
provoke new violence. 

First soldiers to go into the 
townships at Sklisbury. the 
scene of riots last weekend, 
were regular Negro troops of 
the Rhodesian African Rifles. 

BTOP LOOTLVG 

Just before, a spotter aircraft 
dropped leaflets saying the^ 
troops were nwving In to pro-. 
lect peaceful citizens and stop 
stoning and looting. 

White militiamen armed 
with rifles and machine-guns i 
drove In to Salisbury town¬ 
ships and set up platoon posts. 
These are Intended to be 
"havens' of refuge for negroes 
who need "support against in¬ 
timidation and violence.” 

Meanwhile Governor Sir; 
Humphrey Gibbs extended the 
ban on public meetings in ef¬ 
fect In Salisbury since July to 
the rest of Southern Rhodesia.! 




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VANCOUVER (CP) — The 
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I said Friday It earned no criti¬ 
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Kothlow, who jumped to bis, 
death recently from Lions 
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Ambrose sai^: This force 
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HATlRDAYp OCTOBKR 15, IMt 


The Angels Weep 


DREMIKR Khrushchev’s last ges- 
^ lure before leavii^ for Moscow 
wa.>t typical of the vicious attitude he 
has coasi.stently displayed before the 
United Nations during the past 25 
cays. With it he traRically dashed 
whatever, hopes remained that some 
concrete proRress could still be made 
towaid tbe resumption of world dis¬ 
armament negotiations. 

His final threat was that Russia 
would boycott any dlaarmament talks 
on any level unless his plan for the 
complete reorganization of the UN 
was adopted. Well knowing that no 
effective dlacuasiom could be held 
without Soviet participation, his dec¬ 
laration was nothing lete than an 
ultimatum. He made it abundantly 
clear to the other 97 member nations 
that world peace talks were solely 
contliiRenl on the destruction of the 
present UN organization. 

It wa.« in those last few moments 
before the General Assembly that the 
Soviet premier nfrealed himself not 
as the champion of the neutralist or 
smaller nations, not as the seeker of 
pea^and the guar^n of the rights 
of oopressed peoples, but as a power- 
maddictator whose one aim is world 
control ' _ 

It is unthinkable that the UN 
would even consider the Soviet de¬ 
mand for iti utter emaciation In 
spite of Mr. Khrushchev’s menacing 
worda yet it cannot be denied that _ 
he has succeeded In causing great 
damage which will strain the moral 
resources of every fellow member na¬ 
tion to repair. 

It may be that Mr. Khrushchev 
has overlooked the fact that the 
United Nations is made up of nearly 
100 independent countries, each free 
to express opinion, but none with the 
right to dictate to the others. It is 
they who will sit in judgment of Mr. 
Khrushchev and evaluate his inten¬ 


tions against the calmer and more 
sincere approaches made by others. 

If Mi. Khrushchev has made any 
impression on the newly admitted na- 
ticHis it'will be purely an impression 
of fear, which may well have been 
I he Soviet premier’s primary ob¬ 
jective. 

, In analyzing the events of the 
past long month it would be fair to 
fay that it is to the Commonwealth 
natiotw that the major credit must go 
for the most telling and valuable con- 
tributloa Perhaps Mr. Macmillan 
emerges as t^e session’s outstanding 
hero, but he is cloaely followed by 
Mr. Diefenbaker and Mr. Nehru, 

Nor should Mr. Howard Green be 
forgotten for his unremitting efforts 
toward the resumption of disarma¬ 
ment talks. ’The words of his plea 
hefore the disarmament committee of 
last August still stand to underline 
the awful urgency of the matter; 
“Canada believes that a great respon¬ 
sibility lies on the nations possessing 
nuclear weapons '... to resume nego¬ 
tiations with a view to eliminating 
the frightful menace which this form 
of armament presents to themselves 
snd to the world generally. The 
people of the world demand an end 
to this terrible threat that hangs 
over them. . . 

This is the responsibility that Mr. 
Khruahehev has chosen to deny. 
Such a plundering of hopes must 
surely have inspired Shakespeare to 
pen these words: 

*’0, bat man, proud man! 

Dtesl ta a Dttto brief autborlty. 

Moat ignorant of what he's 
most assured. 

His glassy essence, like an 
aagry ape. 

Plays such fantastic tricks be¬ 
fore high heaven. 

As make the aageb weep.” 


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PLSEWHERE on thU page te a 
background, story of the prob¬ 
lems facing (he Fedmtion of Rho- 
desln-and^riyasaland In Its attempt 
to crakta the first multl-ndal domin¬ 
ion south .of the Sahara. Since It was 
^.written the Monckton Commission re¬ 
port on the constitutional future of 
the federation has bren released, 
bearing with the firm view that 
the countty*g4>olicy of racial partner¬ 
ship oq its present basis is unwork¬ 
able andmerefore the member ter- 
ritorias ahould ba allowed to secede. 

'TSh adVOdicV of the breaklng- 
up of the federation has understand¬ 
ably resulted in an uproar In the 
country itarlf, despite a rather tardy 
hsuanoe of a British government 
statement that the commission had 
gone beyond its terms of reference. 
The upiortunate action has led to 


nota and clashes between the Afri¬ 
cans themaelves and also between the 
Africam and the Europeans with a 
mounting toll of dead and injured of 
both races. 

Whatever the result of the forth¬ 
coming constitutional discussions wQI 
be—and it must be recognized that 
the coaunlssion it only an advisory 
body—great damage to racial har¬ 
mony has been done. 

Whether or not the conuaiMlon’i 
advice will be taken rests on the gov¬ 
ernments of the countries conoenied. 
However, one thing is certain: the 
rising spirit of African nationalism 
can not be held back. 

It remains only to hope that 
whatevei" course it followed it will 
not develop into another Congo {»llti- 
cal quagmire with Its resultant blood¬ 
shed and misery. 


Interpreting the New$ 

Sanctions On Cuba 

By HAROLD MORRLSON, Cwndlaa Pros Steh Writar 


T he U.E is leeklng Canadian co-opera¬ 
tion to make ellective ita proposed 
embargo oir export' ol gOOda to Cuba, M- 
lormants haro-aay,- 

To a great extent jbe Cuban economy 
b based on American machines and 
equipment. Cuba It reported to be In 
desperate need ot spare parts. The UE. 
has slready embargoed exporta at arms, 
trucks jeeps and shtraR and now la 
coitsldertng a complete embargo with the 
exception of food and medicine. 

The ofalect. of coune. would be to 
cripple the Cuben economy: frustrate 
Premier ndel Castro’s ambitions and 
perhaps stir tha Cubana to turn against 
their leader.** 

But any euch propaiad embargo would 
have UtUe elSect If. in fact, tha machlitet, 
equipmant and tp»n parts produced 
under American i^eciOcaUona could be 
obtlahed'.thxabgh..'vuae diher coipitix 
such'ts f>nadh br Mpxico:; 

NormhSy'fiknfda co-operates with iNf 
V.S. to make sure Canada Is not used as 
a back door to circumvent American ex¬ 
port contrail on atrategie goods which 


might wind up in a Communlat country. 
While both countrici ban war goods to 
tha Communista, the American Hat ot 
iMnned goods la tar longer than the 
Canadian list. 

In the past, the Canadian argument 
hat been that It la just as well to go 
along with American requests for ex¬ 
port controls to make sure no rtetrictlons 
are Imposed in tha How of these goods 
from the UE. to Canada. 

Some Canadian lourcaa suggest there 
may be a tins point drawn In any export- 
control co-operation In the Cuban altua- 
tien since certain types of machines and 
equipment producod In tha UE. alao are 
produced by subsidiaries of Amarican 
manufacturers operating in Canada. 

Tbe Canadian government oould 
agree to abide by American export con¬ 
trols as they may apply on Anterlcan- 
■ade goods, but not nacessarily on tha 
same goods produotd by American sub- 
ddiaries ID CanadL 

Cuba W still a •ubstantlsl maritet for 
American products though it importril 
only $434.000.00a srorth ol UE. Goods In 
1999 comparai irith •616.000,000 In 1967. 

V 



The Sellin g Sun 

Ike Goes 
On,Tour 

By .SIARquS (.'HIUM 
veteran campaigner In war 
and in peace la about to set out on 
the campaign trail again. President 
Eisenhower In the dsys ahead will be 
doing what cornea naturally, making 
the kind of ’’non-poUtical'' speeches 
that have helped to hold his place In 
the esteem of a large proportion of 



hli lellow cttlzma. 


Already the oldest man Over to 


serve In the White House, the Presi¬ 


dent was 70 yesterday. In the light of 
this It Is herd (o recall the atmosphere 


-" of live years ago Just after he had 

u-' 

had hia heart attack In Denver. 

* * * 




‘No Sell-Out ’ 

Rhodesia’s 

Future 

By BEBTiyii SOLOMON 

J OHANNESBt^ —Over the bor- 
der from South Africa, In tha 
Rhodesian FederatkMk thay art hav¬ 
ing their troublec, though of a differ¬ 
ent kind from South Africa. There the 
laeue la not whethar the country 
should become a lepubilc (the arhlta 
populatloai thare la predominantly 
Engllsh-tpcaUng) but aomething in a 
way rather worse. There it la the 
continued existence of tha lederalloa 
as such. For the federaUan, like Gaul, 
la divided into three parts. 

First, Southern Rhodeela, adth 
Salisbury as Its capital, which has the 
biggest white population (about 
130,000) and la die oldest and moat 
go^haod of the territories. 

Secondly, Northern Rhodesia, 
srhote copper belt worked mahily by 
South African miners. Is the treasury 
ol fht federation. 

And thirdly, Nyaaaland which, 
having a mere 6E00 to 7,000 whites. 

Is overwhelmingly African and taally 
the poorest territory. 

* a * 

PoUtically, too, It is a federatioa 
of unequal porta, since at the time ol 
its establishment a few years ago 
Southern Rhodesia already had re¬ 
sponsible government wrlth dominion 
status, while Northern Rhodesia and 
Nyaaaland were tUD under the Britlih 
crown. Thus it was agreed that tbe 
rath^ ctumay constitudon tlpm de- 
vtaed^fhould come up tor rcvwv this 
year, 1910. 

But since then the upsurge ot 
African natlonallam has hit the fed¬ 
eration heavily, and. as all the world 
knows, there have been riots and dis¬ 
turbances. particalarly In Nyasaland. 
Also s clamor has ariasn, again par- 
dculariy tat Ffiiasaland. for tndepend- 
once and tha right to break away 
from the faderation and Join up with 
Tanganyika. Which goes to thow 
once more that nationallat passion 
will always otlfcrrida political logic, 
lor Nyaaalolnd has banetitad mom 
from federation. 

awe 

As a result, Britain appointed a 
commission to Investigate the poei- 
Uon, and Its report la now due. But 
though It has not yet appeared, there 
have been some leaks and more 
rumors as to its content, the chief 
among them being that after five 
years tny of the thraa tarritorics 
shall have tbe right to secede If It 
wishes. 

This last partlculoriy angered Sir 
Roy Welenaky. the prime minister, 
realist on African affairs and strong 
man of the Isderation. Speaking at 
a dlniier given lor the repreaentatives 
ol tbe NufOeld Foundation and the 
University ol Birmingham at which 
he announced plant for a mulU-rarial 
teaching hospital he said that what¬ 
ever the report ol the conimUalon 
*The needs of Africa would not be 
changed.” 

And he added forthrightly that, 
many federation representatives 
would go to the ronaUtution confer 
Mice later this year “determined and 
equipped to ensure that there would 
be no sellout to unreality—at least 
in the faderation.” 

What a change from the Congol 

With the Classics 

Slowly, lUeatly, now the moon 
WaOii the night in her silver 
sheon: 

Thle way, and that, the peers snd 
sees 

Silver fruit upon silver trees: 

One by one the casements catch 
Her beams beneath the aQvery 
thatch. 


Gerald Waring 


Reports from Ottawa' 


H onest, tellers, I didn't svsnt to 
go to Nigeria, or Mexico, or 
Paris . , . 

But In the hand-picking that goes 
on these days of reporters to be In¬ 
vited on ministerial and prime min¬ 
isterial jpnketa to foreign lands. I 
haven't been given the chance to re¬ 
fuse. pr to put it another way, temp¬ 
tation lo-compromlae what I like to 
think ot as my journallatlc Integrity 
has not been put In my path. 

As an (Bdtpendent joumallsl in 
tha ParUamantary Preaa Gallery, I 
am shit to go to Nigeria or Mexico 
or Paris on my own It I so choose. 
Thus I can afford to be rather 
amused by my exclusion from the 
list of thOM aUgible for this kind of 
reward. 

But .my omtiaement la only at my 
exclasion—not at the cynical efforts 
to btn^ reporters with the golden 
efaainq qf giatitode. 

In ^ba the government arresta 
Us journallttic critici. In Canada tha 
government merely withholds its 
favors. 

* a a 

The way to get on the Junket list 
Is to become known being 
friendly towards the adUmlatraiioa 
Now, that's a pretty £md qualllica- 
Uon. I consider that I am friendly 
towards the administration In the 
sense that I wish It Well In dnaling 
with the many probiema that face 
the country. Anyone who wouldn’t 
wish It well would be a tool 

But the adinlnstratlon demands 
more. Per example, a reporter won't 
rate as being "friendly towards tha 
administration” if he reports stories 
that embanata the government. Nor 
a cdunuiiat U ha writes erUically ot 


the government. Regardless of tha 
truth of a story or the validity of a 
criUdam, no critical or embarrassing 
goats get Hated with the sheep In 
ministerial invitation books. 

Even without the dangled reward 
ol trips hither and yon at the tax¬ 
payers’ expense, the'natural instinct 
of the average reporter'^ia to be un¬ 
critical John and Angus and Doug 
and Davie and Ellen and Don were 
first-name frienda before their politi¬ 
cal beatification. One recognixes that 
at a government they are doing their 
best with complex and often bafOing 
problems. One hesitates to hurt their 
feellnga for the sake of a story, and 
perhaps lose both their friendship and 
access to them as sources of news 

This is the point at which the re¬ 
porter has to decide whether he 
wants to be "friendly towards the sd- 
mlnlslrstlon”—or whether he wonts 
Id caU tbe shote as he sees them. • > 
a * a I 

I know one reporter, a Uftlong 
Conatrvallve, who tried to solve the 
problem in an ingenious way. He had 
hia paper, which la Uberal. leave hia 
byttor oft Ms stories that were ean- 
bairoasing to the government It 
didn't work, of course, because a few 
Hidlacreet Inquiries by persons with 
the right contacts established the 
authorship. 

As closely as I can ascertain, lha 
Junket reward system was put Into 
effect on an ocroae-the-board basis 
about a year ago. Prior to then the’ 
practice was for reporters to draw 
lots to determhie who would ga New 
it's by personal Invltatioo. 

These arc supposedly free Jun- 
keU. But when you add up the real 
coats. It's much cheaper to go com¬ 
mercial. 


The Packeack 


To Keep or To Spend? 


By GRECOBY rLAM 


I^ANKIND Is divided broadly Into 
two groupe: thoee who want 
money to keep, and thosa who want It 
to spend. 

Those who want to keep It are In 
the minority. They Include the maa- 
leri, the employera, the Investors, as 
well as those Inconspiclous collectors 
ol money la smaU quantities who Uve 
in fear of poverty or a pennileu old 
age. 

'Hiere used to be fkr more of 
both these types ot money keepers 50 
years ago. As for the masters, em¬ 
ployers and investors, they used to 
be able to really keep the money they 
amaaecd. Nowadays, taxes and in¬ 
heritance dues make spenders of 


many ot the Mmbleet ol them. And as 
for the second group, the tear ol 
poverty has diminished measurably 
In the single generation. 

Those who want money ^ ipend 
are in the vest majority. 'Hie stieeti 
full of motor cars are loud with them; 
the bright busy shopping streets are 
rrawHng with them: our home-going 
buses are stuffed with them; our 
newspapers are fat with advertise- 
menu addressed to them: our homes 
tingle and Jive with the TV and radio 
giving- them the hard sell in the sof’- 
est surroundings ol the living room. 
Our entire economy would collapse 
If more than a handful of ut want 
alter money for keeps. 

(OernfM: CMsmtm WIds) 


The Oldest at Seventy 


(From The Btonlreol Gaaette) 
TT la strange but true that President 

Eisenhower, 70 years old, has be¬ 
come tha oldest president to hold 
office tn United States history. Pre- 
.vloualy, the oldest was Andrew Jack- 
son, who left office 11 days betare hia 
70th birthday. 

ThU U amazing when it U com¬ 
pared with the tradition Hi other 
countries OuUlde the United States, 
it has been quite common tor tlalee- 
msn, Including prime mlnUters and 
other leaders, to hold office well past 
the age ot 70. 

In Briuin. such lamout prime 
minUiers as Palmerston. Disraeli 
GUdatonc and Churchill held office 
past the 'age of 70. In Canada, both 
Macdonald and Mackenzie King were 
past the age dl 70: Even today two 


foremost leaders. Chancellor Aden¬ 
auer and President de Gaulle, arc 
older. 

But the United States has been a 
contrast to thU trend. In comparison 
with other coantrias iu leaders have 
been youn^. 

Even more surprising is the fact 
thal dctpltc the age ot President 
Eisenhower, the trend to younger 
leodera U maintaining and renewing 
Itself. .Both Vice-President Nixon and 
Senator Kennedy arc only la their 
Ms. 

Whateser may be said about Presi¬ 
dent EUenhower being too old lor hU 
Job. he U stUI In the prime of Hie 
compered with the history of leaders 
In other countries. The United SUtee 
U Indeed t country of young leader¬ 
ship. 


As he slowly convelesced leaders 
In hts own party were doubtful that 
he would run again and Democrats 
hopefuHy believed he would refuse a 
second term. After he had taken his 
decision the following spring and 
when the UeItU operation In June 
compounded the doubts, many be- 
Ueved he would not Hve Out his sec¬ 
ond four years. They saw Vloe Presi- 
dent Nixon Inheriting the presidency. 
But. above aU. It Is tha consist¬ 
ency of the president that has marked 
his second term. Ha has been exactly 
what he la and what he la not. To 
most Americans he seems before 
everything else to have the inilUng, 
warm-hearted assurance that the 
comfortable'America ol the past Is 
atm the America ol the present. And 
hIs beneficent Image on the poUtIcal 
horizon—a setting sun perhaps but 
nevertheless a glowing sun — Is a 
complicating factor lor both the Re- 
pubHcan and Democratic presidential 
candidate!. 


You had only to see the crowds 
waiting on the curb to watch him 
pass In PhUadelphla and New York 
tha other day to realize the nostalgic 
hold he has. Thera Is a feeling that 
with hie deperture an era la ending— 
a relaxed Interregnum In which de¬ 
spite the alarms and excurslona of 
ciiaia after criaia aU was weU with 
Iks in the While House. 

The two ambitious, hard-driving 
men in their fortlee campaigning lor 
presidency with taUi about lacritlcea. 
higher taxes, stern timee ahead are 
something quite dlUcrenl And It la 
hardly surprising that many Amerl- 
cana instead ol giving Vice-President 
Nixon and Senator Kennedy their 
full altoniion are inclined to look 
bare naatalgically at tha Blaenhowet 
yreri- . 

’ .Whab he Js and- what he B not 
were nerer better illuatrated than duiv 
Ing bis briaf IntfervenUon at the 
United Natloot. It was a reluctant H> 
tarventlon forced by Premier Khrush¬ 
chev's declalon to bcod the Soviet 
delegaUsn to the General A sonably. 
The president got in first tnd made a 
speech fuU of goodarUl end concern 
lor the newly Independent nations ot 
Africa and Asia. It teemed to open a 
door to a meeting with Mr. K. 

< a a * 

But when Khruihcbev kicked that 
door shut with hia rough, lough 
speech you could almost hear a sigh 
of relief go up from the White 
House. 

The president met Mirshtl TUo, 
Prime Minister Nehru, and Prcaldenta 
Nkrumah and Naaaer In New York. 
These meetings appear, however, to 
have beeo an the goodwill level He 
did not respond to the suggestion ot 
foreign policy advisers that he Invite 
certain neutral laadars, portlculariy 
Nasser and Tito, to Washington to 
persuade them toarard tbe WesL And 
when it became necesatry to- gal 
around the emboiraisment of the 
neutrale' resolution calUng lor an 
Elaenhower-Khrushehev meeting, tha 
last behlnd'the-tcMief American foot¬ 
work at the UN aHenated these laras 
neutrals, and particularly Nthru. 

It la In the famlHar role of prealder 
over an abundant America that lha 
President will start out on Monday 
on hia non-poUtlcal tour. Hia first stop 
Is Hi Detroit lor ■ banquet ol tha 
National Auto Show Induetriea tnd 
UtUe Imagination la required to appre¬ 
ciate what be wlU tay .to this Import¬ 
ant segment of American induatry. He 
has several times sought to refute 
questioners who suggested thal tha 
business Indices wart turning down 
Slid the country going Into a recea- 
tlon. This la contrary to Mr. Elaen- 
howeFa philosophy of opUmitm. 
a a * 

After two talki In California and 
a weekend ol goll with hit old friend, 
George AUen, in Palm Spring!, ha 
goes on to Texas (or a meeting at Del 
Rio with President Adolfo Lopez 
Mateos. 

That is the kind of ceremonial 
occasioa where the president shines. 
He gives off a happy radiance that 
comes through on trieviiion and in 
tbe newereels. It Ic tbe Eisenhower 
magic which has contributed to tha 
warm assurance of national weU- 
• balng. 

Perhaps the greateit tmpondeiv 
tMe In the campaign is whether this 
la tranalerablo. Calling the vice-presi¬ 
dent the beet qualified man tn the 
country tor the Job, tbe president 
would like to make Nixon his heir. 
But whether -a quaUty so Innately 
linked to an Individual.nther than a- 
party of a poUtical philosophy, can ba 
tranamilted Is far from certain. 






















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At Japan^s Premier 


Stabbing Aftermath’ 


Baillt Colmtiai VittaHa. I.C, Stu 0<*- ts> IMt 


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^ n-.^ n^s. J Jg DOUGLAS ST. 


Newspaper Advertising Stimulates Buying 


Names in the News 


*Jfose Marie^ I Hate You ’ 
Says Man Who Wrote It 


NEW YORK — CompocM' 
na<.lt Malt, 79, Myi be'i rick 
ol llw Mnt "ItoM Marl..'* 
rrimL who hu coaipn.nl >1 
•ptrtIUt. ts doing Mm. syra- 
phonic music lo ihow pwpl. 1 
can writ, other tnuak.” Thm 
W rmurlwd. ~wh«i I want to 
record .ymphontea, they want 
■Row Mart..’ I’m Mck and 
tired of ’Row Marie’ '■. 

* * * 

LONDON — Field Marshal 
brt Alesaadar of Tunis be- 
CMBS eonstsMc of the snclent 
Tower of London In an impres- 


* * * 

NEW YORK—Lawyer Ar 
Nmr Retell, 37, charged in a 
0390,000 damage suit thst setor 
Rshs e l Mt te ham beat him up 
on a London .treat last June 
lor no reo.wn. 

* * * 

SUMMERLAND. B.C.-Mrs, 
■ertha ( M oat) Whyto, who 
failed to eaubllah a homa here 
for the needy efter 
forts failed In Ontario, 
big far the UX. 

e * * 

VANCOUVER — 

Oonaral Sooner said a war¬ 
rant has been Issued for the 
arrest of Vancouver financier 
G eor g e raMeagk and two 
others and fraud charges have 
been laid against four com¬ 
panies. Caldough, self styled 
"hoy promoter," was host lo 
ErrM Ptyan when the actor 
died here a year ago. 

* * * 

STRATFORD. OnL-Magla- 
thrto A. r. Cook fined R n aotd | 
Zlnanar, 34. for punching a) 
theatre usher, thm mM he 
oftm feels like stepping off 
the beach to "belt some of you 
fellows who get oalled here 
for silly things ... but ws 
art aU bound by conventions." 
e * * 

LOS ANGELES — Supsiior 
Court dismisaed a 9400.000 
Ubsl sun by Clwrlss CTupNn 
Jr. agabut two erganlutlons 
for tailing to pul hia famous 
father’s name on a sidewalk 
"Hollywood walk of fama." 

* * * 

SEOUL. Korea — Prwiilsr 

John niaiic won t vote bi the 

House of Reprewntatlvea end. 
big a Democr a tic party spin 
which had threatened hla 
govern mml. 

• * * 

SAN FRANCISCO-Retired 
Rear Admiral WUIhun 
mana pleaded guilty to two 
miadeiiiMnor counts of an In 
dictment charging him with 
amuggllag t4J00 worth ol 
Uquor Into the UX. and win be 
amlenccd Nov. 4. 

* * e 

KONSTANZ, Gennany-Gar 
man Industrial artist RrMt- 
Lothar Sporbi was finad 9119 
and tlvan a thrarmonth aua- 


EARL ALEXANDER 
, . , inatalled 


ROBERT MITCHUM 
, . , charged 


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Into ‘Flap’ 

SAN DIEGO, CBiif (LTD — 
,Th# Blrcraft carrier LSS Kear 
laargt left port hurriedly yet- 
tarday In learch for what was 
;belle\’ed to be an unidentified 


Briefs 


On Way Out? 

Aitnenian trade wizard 
Anaataa MI k o y a n. first 
deputy premier M RuMia, 
la in ecllpae and may be on 
hla way out of the Soviet 
hierarchy'! major actlvHlet. 


'submarine. 

The carrier was ordered to 
sea so rapidly that part of the 
I crew waa left ashore. One 
.navy spokesman said: "We 
think this Is for real.** 

Aulhofitlee said the Initial 
sifhtinf waa made "recently" 
by a U.S. air force plane. The 
Kearaarge was eecorted by 
lour deatmyera. 


TOKYO (UPn—Thousands 
!of leftists demonstrated m 
front of. the residence of 
Premier Hayato Ikeda today 
in protest of the assaasinatifm 
of Japan's leftist leader. 

An estimated 40.000 persons 

Rl'RNOa AIRRt-Pr»Mml ^ 

Artum cMchwl wMIc ''"P 

nwm FtMay wRb raM army , 

com m aiw l ar. wlm-MC^ haj !••.••• MORE 
fnre.J Uw rMigiiallM <K The IcftaW. demanding the 
FrondW’. army awrtdary. So- re.lgnatlon of the Ikeda gov 
dnife Larrber. emmenl. promised they would 

^ ^ ^ bring out 100.000 more demon¬ 

strators later. They Mamed 
WAINH'BIGMT. AHo.*—Five t||^ government for the fata) 
mkrnw (Ned aiM two oMiers »iabbing Wednesday of So- 
were Injured In a tmek aort* claliat leader IneJIro Asanuma. 
dent near here Friday aigbt. Yesterday a cordon of 0.000 
H waa believed the Imdi In police and 40 armored cars 
turned back a crowd of about 
15.000 demonstrators at the 
premier's residence. 

NON VIOLKNCR 
Organirers of the protest 

_ movement have pledged a non- 

a niaiUiig gtui taUI^ vioicne. campaign unllk. thr 
la Grand OsHrnI Station laat 


The leader of the society. 
Bin Akao. waa questioned ^ 
police after he pledged finan¬ 
cial aid (or Yamaguchi's de¬ 
fence. Akao praiiied Yama¬ 
guchi's action and called him a 
"paragon of Japanese youth." 

Yamaguchi's father. Shinpei. 
a colonel in Japan's ground 
defence force, re.signed from 
his post as a result of the 
assassination. 

Japanese Police Minister 
Hideo Suto, who look over 
after his predecessor. Iwao 
Yamazaki. resigned, pledged to 
bring an end to Japan's pnliti 
cal terrorism and urged Ute 
public to remain nUm. 


moat of thean bi 
avertnmod an a grovel rond. 
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potrolmon and 


Pro-Lumumha 


Gangs Try to Kill 
Congo Governor 


. niftit. aendlng acorea of eom- 
' mnlers dnHring for rover from 
I whining bnltehi nntll the ana- 
’ peet wna Mlled In the open 
door of a anbwoy troln. 

* * * 


LBOPOLaDVfLLE (UPIt — 
Pro-Lumumba ganga yaater- 
day dashed with Congolese 
police and tried to aaaasslnate 
Albert Ndele, one of the 15 
high commiaaloners governing 
the Congo. Ndete was aovodl 
by an Americtn busineoaman.' 

One crowd of 100 aUrted a 
inarch on UN bondquarters. 
Although they waved pro- 
Unlted Nations banners, police 
broke up the demonstration 
shortly before it rMched the 
headquarters. They bent thei 
demonstrators with rifle butts [ 
and dubi and kicked them. 
A doaan were arrested and 
handcuffed to army Jeeps. 

A few hours later. 30 tup- 
porters of deposed premier 


Patrice Lumumba drove to a 
hotel as Ndele, high commis¬ 
sioner for finance, was Imv- 
ing a press conference. 

They kicked and beat him. 
threw him to the ground and 
I off most of his dothes. 
Blood flowed frpm his head 
sad It was believed he suf¬ 
fered s skull fracture. 

He was saved by an Amari- 
can businessman. George 
Wittman of Ptttstown. NJ.. 
who dragged him back Into 
a hotel lobby. 

Lumumba men also k Id- 
napped high commlaaloner for 
the interior Joseph Nussbau- 
mer and his deputy. Daniel 
Kandolo. but released them 
later In another part of town. 


demonstrations last summer 
which resulted In the resigns- 
ti<m of former premier No- 
busuke Kish! and the cancella¬ 
tion of President Elsenhower's 
visit. 

‘nris time, demonstrstors 
shouted for the resignations of 
EOUN AwFA, Fl^ — The (keds end Tokyo police chl^f 
UA air laroe ter e eafally Ken Ogura. whom they ac 
tesl-ftrad a Bemarc-B p H a fl mi cused of (ailing to provide 
laterrcplor mtselle on the adequate security for Asa- 
langeat flight la dale. The numa when he spoke at Wed 
Hmm m nesday's Socialist rally in 
BgHa teat downtown Tokyo, 
range arroeo Hie Gulf ef AFTER CREMATION 

Red banners were sprinkled 
throughout the crowd which 
began Its march last night 
after the cremation of 
Asanums'a body. Many of the 
had attend^ cere¬ 
monies St Socialist headquar- 


.Mexire 
laSed target 

a a 

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fMlml m>R» f n t. May for (m MrilM-. 


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ef three families 
Friday In a fire which 
twa-ia um house In 
Thirkat Pertaga, 4dt miles 
aerth of Winnipeg. 

Lone s u rvivor waa fonr- 
year-oM Ronald Dorton. son of 


Meanwhile, the assassin. 17- 
year-old ultra-rightist Otaya 
Yamaguriri. insisted to police 
that his action was not a part 
ol a plot by the organization to 
which he belongs, the Great 
Japan Patriotic Society. 


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one point to lead winners. Industrials-op ^17 

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added Gains of \ were Base Metols_1M.44. up .35 

made bv BA Oil si 29. Imperial HVstem Oils MJil. up 

Ol! at ‘32\. CPR at 21*% and Shares: 2 .Wl.to«. 


Canadians Have Bias 
Against Otvn Products 


By HARRY YOl NO 
C olmilst Buolness Kditor 


Dominion Bridge at ld*N. Al- 
goma at 32. St. Lawrence Corp. 


The new CNR Issues have 
dropped to rather more than 
a point below their September 
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agsinst Canodlan made goods, public profit-taking evl* 


MONTREAL: 


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MS MS ♦ s ITMSI M vice president and general hon^j, now trading al four and 
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m m Commerce At 33*4 all added •. 14 a s' ud minion Bank, and he wants to Some bond market observers 

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LjikM Piper •• 40 ind Steel 
Co. of Cinidi «t «. AbittM 
fell W It 37S. 

Ba$e Melnli Cain 

TORONTO ICPI—Th* itock 
market clooed higher icroM 
the board after a day of quiet 
trading. 

Among ataeli. Burlington. 
Canada Iron Foundrlea and 
Dominion Bridge Improeed. 

Dominion Fdundriea. Stelco 
and Dominion Steel eaaed. 

Uttittlea were mixed to 
higher while, among papers, 
St. Lawrence and Anglo-Can 
adian Pulp gained. 

Base melali were atronger 
behind Hudson Bay and Nor- 
anda. 

Senior uranluma wero nar¬ 
rowly better. 

Central Del Rio pared Weat- 
em olla to a alender win. 

io/iW Rise at N.Y. 

NEW YORK lUPI) — The 
atock market helped Itielf to 
another hefty gain on average 
with virtually evtry aectlon of 
the list moving higher on fairly 
heavy turnover. 

The bloom on the market’s 
current rally faded only once 
thia week — WMnesday — but 
brokeri blamed this on a lark 
of Interest growing out of the 
Columbus Day holiday and 
crucial World SeDct bMoball 
game. 

With the Induitrta] average 
,{'‘~i'*;leaa than 5 poinu below the 
1. 7 .600 level, moat inalyata export 
any upside action to encounter 
laome rough going. The vaunted 
-I Irealitance level, ao formidable 
“2|On the downside esrller this 
^ I year. Is expected to fierform 
aw the ssmo function In reverse, 

\ j Brokers quickly credited ths 
. msrkeCt current strength to 
is'* ji'* s generally Improved news 
{JS {JS SjU backdrop. Roll freight corlood- 
~ ~ Inga showed s good gain on 

the week, auto production Is 
In a stewly uptrend and tha 
i steel outlook la beginning to 
! tadit on a rosier hue. 

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•J *.Craigmont up.35 

I VANCOUVER — A. P. 


S. >||„S._7I.4S, off .76 

2. Oils .»7AI, up J» 

gftlBH: M,5B5. 


Crain Market 

WINNIPEG ICP) — The 


chAnfinK thiA. 

VlaltinK Its native dty of 
VlctohA yeiterrUy, the youth¬ 
ful) bank executive aaid that In 
many casoea If two Itemt were 
put Htde hy-Nide comparable in 
price and quality, many Cana- 
dlana would buy the imported 
label to the C**Tadian one. 

‘There are Many thincs wt 
can make Just aa well aa any¬ 
one el»e/* he Mid. Canadian 
knitted goods and the fine 


flax trade ahowed considerable • g^yji^g Canadian dothea 
sctlvlty with fsir dcmsnd example, 

reported from International -And we certainly should 


that priccf i*ecenlly 
liAve been too high with moat 
of the trading taking place be¬ 
tween dealert. The downtrend 
wa.o sparked last weekend 
when It became evident that 
Inventories were heavy In 
dealeia* hands. 

It It also obaerv’ed that the 
chartered banka are never 
heavy buyers of securities In 
October a* most of them end 
their fiscal years at the end 
of that month and are window (o Sept. 30. 



ALLEN T. LAMBERT 
. . . buy Canadian 


the company r** 


have to buy window Mthet nerve with the Bank of Can-j responding period of 195# 
. ’* * * " ; %'hen there was a smaller nun* 


from the United States as we ^|in. 
I are doing in many parts of 


and export accounts 
AccompBn>'lng the demand 
were reports of modest flax 
tslcs to ths United Kingdom' 

snd InquIriM esme from^ Mr. Umbert wants to 
Japan. Weekend covering or-; Canadian" campaign by m„nth 

dera also entered ths market r.,„,rtl.n huveTo; con HrJl "l 

% sr 


dressing their annual state, ports net earnings of S1U70.. 
ments as well as striving to 113 i$1.96 a share) agsinst 
uu' .mainUln their 8 per cent re- Saj83.2T7 ($1,831 for Ihs cor- 


continue round the bond mar- 
Mr. Lambert wants to see a ket lor the baUnce of 

although there 


The heavy atmosphere may her of shares outstanding. 

Sales, which this year in- 
the elude those of Si. Regia Papar. 
are rose tn $87,704,098 against 


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every Canadian buyer or con- experts who believe that the $72,449,298. 

:lull in buying is merely tern 


aumer. 

“It la a matter of vital Im- porary and that one or two 
portanre to our country that i good orders could sel^ the mar- 
gj^^we should give preference to |,,t off on another test of high 
■^'our own production. We have ground. 
lu 'an adverse balance of trade. ,... 

{{., and wa are Importing thing! FI-"4 41011 RIGHTm I.OWF.R 
I we could make Just aa well In 1 Expectations mat 1960 would 
f}!^'our awn plants and give at the ^provide higher earnings than 
ta^.'sama UiiM work for our un-.recent years for Western Ply 


CHICAGO (API — Trading 
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ately acUva with prices steady 
to easy. 

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near tha cjosa and prices for 
tha December and March con¬ 
tracts dipped as much as a 
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factor In tha market 


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Craigmont feotured mlnoa a pm. 
with a 35 cants Jump •<>_ S-*>ic^,4cl, 


employed. wood Company Limited did 

"Wa show immaturity If wei not materialize, according to a 
do not recognize the contri-’ report to shareholders from 
bution to the economy we can John Bene, president, 
make by preferring Canadian' Nat profit for tha nine 
made goods," he said. Buying, months ended July 31 are esti- 
Canadian goods would alleviate j mated at $422,000 after allow- 
the unemployment situation ing $675,000 for depreciation, 
this winter. Mr. Bene said last spring 

The Cansdlsn economy has' plywood production In Canada 
been dragging since 1957, and' exceeded the reduced domestic 
since that tlma there has been, consumption subsUntially and 
g^J a lack of auhstantial Indualiial the increase In exporU did not 
t*-* growth. Mart rapid growth la|bridgt tha gap. Prices dropped 
Its . required to provide Job op-;»t limes to below coat of pro- 
gj{! portunities lor young people duclion and rata of production 
who ate entering the labor w»» reduced, 
market. ’ If home building increases 

Mr. Lambert did not ask slightly this ^all. Mr. Bene 
Canadians to buy homc-madel hopes to sustiw operations at 
goods If they were not com-'about 80 per cent of capacity 
petitive with imports, and ht and prtcaa havt rtcently been 
did not genarally favor protect-' increased. 

Ing seedy Industries elthar by- e * e 

Urlll or by Import quotas. SALESMEN tO MEET 

Victoria Real EsUta sales, 
ti^ needed but t^ are not; „„ to have a sales con 
go^ long term policy," ha „ ,he Empress Hotel 

j <1ct. 25, described aa “five 
WhUa Mr. Lam^atmaed hours of action-packed combat 
^ impory ice of d^loplng meeting 

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Itad. 

'Tha Lark Da luxa six. tww 
door tedan, lowaat pricad 
modal in tha llna, arill sail al 
S2JR2. Last yaar it told foi 
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vartibla, will ba pricad al 
$3,561. comparad with $3,645 
last yaar. 


avan If that country was not 
politically racofnlxad. 

Aflar hit praaa intarviaw Mr. 
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raapacta to tha naw lieutanant- 
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markat has hacked away 
sharply from lu high lavtls of 
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sacuritlai drop a full point. 


plications should ba made to 
Chuck Mallatt, Real Eatata 
Board, 1216 Broad St. 

* * a 

PAGE HRRAEV OFFERING 
A secondary offartng of 
15.000 shares of Page Haraay 
Tubas was made Friday at a 
prict of $23\ a ahars net. 
a * a 

BFAULTS IMPROXED 
Improved raauita continued 
to ba recorded by- ContolMatad 
Paper For the nine months 


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ol operation, and low main 
tananca coats. Up to 48 
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Mr. William B. Sharp. Vancouver Island Divlaional Super¬ 
visor for Trans-Canada Investment Corp. Ltd., announces tha 
MDoIntmanl of Walter R. McLaren and R. BnicTscott aa 
niani Service Rapraaantatlvea for tha aty of Victoria for 
tha sale ol Trans-Canada aharaa. 

Mr, MrLirtn. who was horn In Edinburgh, first came to 
Canada tn 1912. FoUowlnc aarvira nvartaas in World War I 
ha returned to Join tha Fadaral Finance Department, and later 
tranalarrad to Vatarana' Affairs A paatprsstdant of Alberta 
, Command. Canadian Lnrktn. Mr McLaren baa lived in tha 
B.C Capiul City atnea 19U Ha Is a member of tha Canadian 
, dub of Victoria. 

Mr. Scott recently retired from tha Canadian Ovaraaaa 
Talacoramujucatien Corporation, aftar sCDint 40 vaart In 
Australia. Naw Zealand, tha South Sm Islands and B.C. During 
hla 30 yaari In tills provinca ha served for tan vaart aa a 
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A c«r thit hid been "ridinf j 
the bumper" of a lecond hadl 
{juat pulled < out to pau on‘ 
Goldstream Avenue Ort. 1 
when occupanti of the lead 
car heard a thump and the 
pauinr car dropped back out 
of tight. 

Thi« evidence wan Introduced 
yesterday in premllnary hear¬ 
ing of Jamei William Hamil¬ 
ton. 20. charged with criminal' 
negligence in the operation of. 
a motor vehicle. Charge troae 
from the instant death of 
pedestrian Gary Samuel, 
Stentaford. IS. of 900 Lavender. 

OTHER DRIV’ER 
Storv waa told by Joseph 
D«nd. 17. of 1S24 E3ford. the 
pother driver. 

Taking two friendi for a 
drive, he first saw Hamilton's 
car near the Roller Rink, be¬ 
tween Parson's Bridge and 
Celwood Comer, where the 
car—Idenllfied as Hamilton's' 
from a pictura In evldanca- 
passed him. 

At tht comer the other car 
was on a service station let. 
and pulled la behind him 
again. 

"We came around the comer, 
and where the aolld line ended 
he pulled out to pass. He waa 
just shout a quarter-length 
up my car when I heard the 
brakes of the other car grab, 
and 1 heard a thump." 

Before that, he had looked 
ahead and teen a pedestrian on 
the left aide of tha road, on 
tho grtvtL 

At tho thump the other ear 
dropped back and Dand kept 
going. He and his p as a en gers 
diicuttcd the IncMeni and re- 
prrted to RCMP two days 
later. The case was later re¬ 
manded to Monday. 



Stricken 

Bad luck itnick Lemer- 
Loewe m u • I c a I "Camelot" 
again yesterday when famed 
director ■ playwright Moss 
Hart, 55. suffered coronary 
thrombosia due to overwork. 
He'll be In hoepital at least a 
month; lyricist Alan Lerner, 
who suffered an ulcer attack 
from overwork, will leave 
hospital to replace Hart.— 
(AP Photofax.i 


Sea Lion Caught 

Fritzi Free 
'No Longer 

LONnON I Reuters) — Two freedom for two dsys up snd 

professional fishermen bagged down the river. 

. ,, Slippery Fritzl, worth 1700. 

a runaway dreus w. *<>" jup^Jtraedom WednewUy 
namvd Fritzi In th* Rivw fi-om i "Noih’ft ArK” drcun 
TluimM Friday, to the chafrin birge during a publicity cruise 
of Britain's animaMovert. of the Thames. 

The Animal Defence League - — 

had offered a £80 reward to F'BBBDOM ANTHEM 
anyone helping the three-year- COTONOU. Dahomey (AP): 
oM. California eea Hon escape —Deputle* of Dahomey sang 
to the sea. *od then approved a new 

national anthem to nurH the 
approaching independence of 


ENDS TODAY! 

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HEY, KIDS! FREE—GOO ZORRO MASKS 
AT THE SATURDAY MATIREE 


WOULD KILL 

Frtld e owner, circus chief thu French'West African terrt- 
Billy Smart, immediately tor>'. 

But the two fishermen, who 
incited Fritzi with the entice¬ 
ment of raw fish this morning, 
may not get a reward. 


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Kennel C.luh 

200 Dogs 
On Show 
Next Week 


Soma 43 breeds of dogs will 
psrsde before Judges st Vic¬ 
toria's crystal Garden during 
the 73rd annual fall champloii-. 
ship show sponsored by Vlo. 
toria City Kennel Club Oct. 
31 and 32. 

Nearly 300 of the fineal dogs 
In the Pacific Northwest wUl 
be entered In the event. Guest 
Judge will be Toronto expert 
1 homes Joel. 

I Breed Judging will take place 
between 9J0 aun. and 530 p.m. 
on both days. Group variety 
and beat In show daaaes will 
be Judged atartlng 9 p.m. botli 
: evenings. 

Prizes on Friday will be pre¬ 
sented by Mrs. John Tribe 
with Victoria's George Donald¬ 
son doing the Judging. 


MZABI.E FEE 

A circus spokesman said this 
it because Smart hired them 
St a sizable fee for the Job 
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S Sailg ([oloniat VkiarU, I.Cn S*t, Oct IS, IIM 


VIEWSofSPORT 

By Red Smith 




Spirited Comeback 

Cougars Capture 
Season’s Opener 


By JIM TANG 

Victoria Cougars won friends, perhaps influenced people and earned them¬ 
selves another look last night at Memorial Arena with a scrappy 3-2 decision over 
Seattle Totenu In the first gamejtMlw new Western Hockey L eague season for 

birth girths. proved at 13.1* when Hay MarFarland while Hay lat out 

Trailing By lei* •» the *ound up from the blue line the only Victoria penalty, the, 
aecond periM aM looKmg all drove a sizr.ler peat rookie last real chance waa lost when 
that peaalmlata had predicted. McLeod, auhetltutlng lor a ahot by Roger Chliatlan hit 
the Cougari auddenly came BenUev. a poet 

alive to dig out the two polnu . .. ' . -- 

The third waa the Cougars 

. 1.1.-.- -I- J-U-J-I-L-ij-L-y- They ]ust kept on! 


VICTORU 

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May Get 
Johansen 


Gooil Start for Great Ni^ht 


The mailbox Is a garden in full blooni, bright with 
the autumn flowers ik American letter*. Here is a 
dandy little tome entitled, "Gridiron Cookery," offer¬ 
ing advice from coaches* wives on how to open can* 
on short notice for 200 plastered alumni. Here I* 
ample reading for the len^hening nights—"The For¬ 
ward Pass," by Charlie Conerly with Tom Meany; "San 
Francisco' •49er*,” by Dan McGuire; "New York 
Giants,” by Don Smith: “You Have to Pay The Price,’ 
by Red Blaik with Tim Cohane. 

Herp In thp p<ppr are accounta of bribe offert ma<ip to 
eoUefc football pliyert from Oregon and Florida. 

No need to check the calendar for a date or note the 
reddening maple leaves. Here art the unmUtakabte aigna 
of fall. Here la the unimpeachable evidence that football la 
with us again and culture rides high. 

Here also la an Illuminating description of a coach instill* 

Ing self-reliance and resourcefulness Into the young—by mak¬ 
ing every dedaion and calling every play himself. 

Attvty from It All 

■’ Wh»n Orvfnn Stale played Southern Calltomla In Loa 
Angeiet OnHaeum, Tommy Frothro. the Oregon coach, and i 
hla aaalaunt. Ron Siefrial. ut in a broadcaiting booth away | 
up on the remote rim of the stadium watching tho action 
through binoculari. 

Prothro wore a telephone headset connecting him with 
the bench. In front of him were charts, rosters and statistics, 

Oregon State's operstional plans all prepared In advance. 

When Oregon State had the ball. Slegriat kept his glasses i 
trained on (he U.S.C. defence. hunUng soft spots. Before each 
atrimmage. Prothro atlected tha play and telephoned hla back-; 
fMd ooaeb. Doug Bradley, who relayed the Inatrurtiona to: 
anMher staff member, who passed tha word to a player, who i 
carried the message to tha team. 

Under the lt*0 rule pennlltlng a team to make one “wild, 
card" aubatllutlon after every play, this sort of coaching from ' 
the sidettna Is lagaL Whatever happened to thoaa humorists, 
who used to talk about "giving the game hack to the hoys?" 

Tha tltla of Rad Blalk't autobiography la a profetsion of 
faith, an accurate axpraaalon of hla almost reverential con- 
cap! of foalbaU aa a moulder of man. It is hia deep conviction 
that earriflee la not only saaential to a winning affort. but 
da ai r * b>a far Ita awn sake, that the maidmun reward can, 
be atulnsd aniy by tha dadkuted. 

Purpose of Qame 1$ to Win 

A Uinraugh'going prefeaalonal himselt. this great coach 
bellevea In profeaaional coaching on thg bi(hrst level. Aa ha 
■ays, ''Tha purpose of the game of football la to win, and to 
dlluta the wllMo-wIn la to destroy the purpose of the game." 

Yet Red would be the first to agree that It la over-coswh- 
big whan tha profasalonala Uka the ganaa entirely out of 
undergraduate hands, dictating every move and reducing 
the players to the sUtus of automatons. Somewhere the line 

has to ha drawn between the anledeluvlhn era *f Pa CorWn .... ,—_ _ 

at Tale, whan the undergraduate enpuin waa tha tuprema Cincinnati and PhUa- over, there waa plenty of other Commui^ ^tl 

authority, and the coachly usurpatltn el all Initiative. delphia manager Mayo Smith. |„„hall news: ir<lr™tlon 

West Point records provide ample evidence to support. New York sport a caster Pittsburgh's Dsnny Mur- * 
the trgument that Red Blalk't kind of football can help' Harry WIsmer reported that laugh ' was named National to the went because 

develop and refine a capacity for leadership. Tt la fair to ask Casey Stengel has already re- League manager of tha year In oressures on ath- PriWl". Guyle Fielder, not the deal feU through. Ural period 

what purpose U served whan boys are taught that they are .tigned. and that he wlU be annual Associated Press .mi,.., offiri.u be. »• dominant aa ha usually la., N-i-S,' - t __- 

IncapaWa of Judgment, unlit for reaponalhUlty. mar. pawn, rap^ ty Smith, who U now coUectlng 127 vote, com- .**P< i" «or two good chance. 


Starting Victoria Cougars off on an¬ 
other Western Hockey League season. 
Mayor Percy B. Scurrah tosaed in 
for official face-off b etwee n 
Cougars' Doug Macauley (14) and 


Guyle Fielder of Seattle Totema at 
Memorial Arena. Cougar* scored 
comeback 3-2 victory. — (Coloniat 
photo.) 


Speaking Briefly ' 

Mayo Smith New Manager 
If, When Casey Retires? 

A new and unaxpected name said Houk had already been tional Football League, charg- 
was lowied Into the running;given the Job. .ing It with conspiracy to keep 

for new manager of New • * * 'the AFL from getting orga- 

yeaterday -| ,h, world serle. juat 

of Communlft East 
nany’s cycling federation 
chief organizer of the 
"v 1960 world championshipa. hai 


scrapping and scrambling until! 
j they forced their own breaks.; 

1 , They pulled even when de-' 

Jifenceman Wayne North canoe, 

• down the left hoards, got the! 

* puck across the Seattle blue I 

T.iSuT'i.Sri “"r J"* \ BUI -Red- Joham^n, a vet. 

caiRAry I •( Bewraitnn I. arllv checked. Doug Anderson eran centre who haa played 

TO.U 1 V, SI picked it up. fed ahead to two Western Hockey League 

I North, who carried on Into Uie seasons with Winnipeg snd 
■Ln.n.ri-i- 1 ' ini' *ii*ii‘ii‘i'i-i- corner and slid a pass across one with Vancouver, Is ex- 

■gsinst a Seattle learn which about 15 feet In front of thejperied to join the Victoria 
looked a lltlla short and. per- Seattle goal. Wilson handled Cougars In time for their Sun- 
haps. had become too com- the situation like a seasoned day night appaaranca at 
plarent. pro. moving in to time It per Seattle. 

Third-period goaU by the fectly and getUng away a Currently with Spokane 
two rookies up from .Saskat- quick ahot which found the Comets, the 32-year-old Johan- 
chewan Junior horkey. Don short side. ' sen Is a tireless skstar who Is 

Wilson and Bert Fizzell. and Anderson also had a hand one of the heat defensive for- 
a aecpnd-perlod slap-shot by . In the second goal, getting the wards in the league. 

Jim Hay did In the Totems.draw from a face-off to the, He had IT goals and 25 aa- 
after Rudy Filion and Gordit left of the Seattle goal and aiaU for Canucks in the 1957- 

Sinclair had given them a 2-0 getting the puck hack to Fit- 5* season, and in hla two sea- 

lead. I sell, who did tha rest with a sons with Winnipeg, was 30-2* 

ALERT GOALING slap. , -49 and 14-22—3*. He la tha 

. , ' With 12 minutes left, the property of Toronto Maple 

That the Tmems were lead- Totems went hack to work. Leafs, who may provide tha 

jlng by only ti^ wai a com- mu wasn't to ba their, Cougars with another expert- 
blnaiwn of Mrty-scaMn la« evening. Pelletier made great enoed pUyer within the next 

f"! * aavee on Mare Boileau and week. 

Marcel Pelletier and the steady-- - 


poU, coUectlng 127 votes com- unhearahle' 

acting out dacUiona made by somebody else. connected with the Yankees p,r,q m m (or runner-up Solly uninwramv. 

With Prothro calling tha abota. Oregon Stale upeet U.S.C.,' front office. Moat had consid- uemua of St. Louis Cardinals, mw i w swis w iwi 
14 to 6. It wpa a famous victory, direcled by a aterUitg field rreri Yankee roach Ralph Houk National Lrogue hitters fin -1 
general, and If the cesKh dkht't wtn hU letter then there's no as a shoo-in lo repUce Stengel ^ ^ Yankees' Whitey 

Juatidfc lln 1961, and another report y„t,rmiy nesting him, i 

154), in an all-star game between 


defence work of veteran Hugh 
Currie, with Pelletier the beat 
of the Cougar* 

Despite the first-game 
acrambiing to be expected and 
a tacky Ice surface, the dubs 
managed to turn In an Interest¬ 
ing and spirited *0 minutes. 

Cougars held their own for 
the first 10 minutes, but the 
Totems graduaUy look over VANCOUVER — Vancouver Orland Kurtenbach. Colin KU- 
and spent almost all of the Canucks, who tried yesterday burn, sold to Spokana by Van- 
last halt of the first period m trade off Murray WUkle. had couver Thursday, got the 
trying to gel a puck pait reason last night to he happy Comets' only goal, also In tha 
Fielder. '__ _ __ 

WMibI. 

•svepi in for two good chances ^ 
but was balked aach time. 


Canucks Happy 
That Deal Died 


FAN FARE 



Br Wan txt 


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Drakes*Defensive Unit 
Key to Game Today 


Vlctona Drakce go after first out. "There used to be timet 
placa In tha Pactflc Coast Cana- wl**" « points In 

dian FoolbaU Conferenct to- 

day. relyln* •" thaU defensive W'* • different matter on 
.... , . wKer» DrakM have 

unit to carry tha lorn) against ^ In four 

Vancouver Grlxzllea. games for an average of leas 

Drakes meet Griixllea at 2.30 'han seven per game. Team 
■t Macdonald Park. It wtU ba '«<«'« ovct ihe last fwr m- 
tha final gams of tha season »aa been about 10 poinu 
lor the VaiKouver chih, which ^ **"*'' 
laada Drakaa by two points. With Patrick In the back 
A Drake win today and «»d»y »*n be halfbccks 


game 


Paul Parnell and Rote Fllz- 


anothar In their final .- .. 

•gainst Surrey Rams next 
Saturday would mean flrat 
pUce and the advaniag. of 
home field for the 

deeth league final. "*** 

Rtehop end Grizzllee’ Gary 

Coach Jack Patrick, who wlU Ruckman are tied for the 
iUrt loday’4 fame at quarter leegu# acorini lead with 24 
back, la more than a little con- poInU on four touchdowns, 
earned at Drakes’ offence, el- Ex - N a v y halfback Gerry 
though thf club has a 2-1 Kruae, now tolling for GHz- 
record in league play this zhn. Is third with U points, 
yesr. 

6ver the peat four seasons 
Drakes have averaged 
point! per game, including 
Wague. exhibition and play 
efft. Thla seaaon the average 
has dropped to 11 per game in 
the league action. 

‘'We’ve got 44 points in four 
league ganwe.** Patrick points 



touring teams from 
leagues at Jersey City. 

Yankee ihortatop Tony 
Kuhek. hit In the throat on a 
ground ball by Bill VIrdon In 
last game of the aeries, 
was released from hospital 
with a aeverely bniiaed vocal 
cord. Teammate Elaton How¬ 
ard. who broke a finger In the 
sixth game, reported that thti 
roaaon he waa In uniform and 
In the dugout during the laat 
game waa because he couldn’t 
get a teat in the stands. 

And iwitch-hltting slugger 
Mickey Mantle headed for the 
golf course In Dallas. Texas, to 
forget all about the world 
series. He swings righthanded. 

* * a 

DENNIA flliLL, 15-ym-oM 
younger brother of Chicago 
Black Hawks star Bobby Hull, 
will play for St. Catharines! 
Teepees in the Ontario Junior, 
Hockey League this season.! 
Bohb> also started with Tee^,«wM 
pees, but didn’t make the team 
until he was 16 . . . British 


Hot Fan, 
Hot Lead, 
One Dead. 


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TORRRON. Mex. (AP)^ 

Aa av e rly eatka si aa tte PHIa- 
burgk Ptrale faa Tliarsday 
siml and klM a paintar who 
saU the New York Yaahwes 
threw the game. 

Oaspar Saacliaa. a bar¬ 
keeper, had HitsiiBd to tha 
worM series gams by radta, 
and when the Ptrataa woa 
IM he grabbed a pi st ol and 
began shooting Inta the air. 

Antonio Duenas. a painter, 
called him a *Taiwtlr** and 
belHtled the Pirate vietary 
by saying the Yankees 'Igava 
the Pirates every epportun- i-ribbed 
Ry to nrln.- * 

Banchea turned Ms stHI- 
smoking ptetol on 
and shot hbn dead. 


up another aa Canurica 

^ ^ I « 9 * jij opened defence of their West* attakMvtet. 

When the goal finally dW oaai. UAeise*. 

_ 4 , , 0 ^^^ f«lm , Hockey League crown with Anttrsm Ksn»t. cahas 

come. It stemmM wm 1 victory over Spokane 

rontrwiro ftilur, by Jim Moro. Prwi*jn«„^^x.r.-s«s. s.!.* 

MOOT DANGEBOUB Willrte waa traded to Soo^ rte etwop 

wiiKie Tremo lo apo- | v>a — Ttr. XHrMaSMS ese* 

Left-winger Bill MacFarland, kane In exchange for Ed Stan *y*l Lyj.^ *** "J* 
probably tha moat dangerous klewlcz. and Comets planned uV’*******^ a • i. 

of the Totems, carried down to trade him M Sleattle *or 
^he left boards and whan Moro defenceman Les Hunt. But 
failed to take him out, flipped Hunt refused to report, h now 
a pass irhich put PlUlon In the under suspension, and 
|rkear. whole deal fell through. ae«na|: xmm 

For the balance of the period Canucks got all three goals TitSaesai5>8*“ * **■ ^ 

and the first 10 minutes of the, in the first 12 minutes of the 
second period, the Cougars game laat night, the others s««e«: 

I spent most of tha time franti- coming from Larry Popein and i! *! 

Ically trying to get the puck out ■ ■ ' ’ ^ 


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of their o<vn zone. 

They got • chance to snap 
the preaaure when Frank Ar¬ 
nett drew an elbowlnf penalty 
:at 4.3* of the second period. 
I looked thetr worst of the game 
laa they couldn't get a play 
stariad. 

RAFFED IT HOME 
With Amatt hack. Tolwni 
tha Initiative again. 


Solinger Spark 
In Flyer Victory 


EDMONTON — Edmonton caiw-o*av ••jiaas 

Pelletier made three or four Flyers, sparked once again by 

stops In the apace of seconds, Solinger. scored. yil ^ 

the puck came out lo Don goals In tha final period . "..i aitqis 

Chlupka. who saw his shot here last night to heat Calgary . nukS imS. i5!ir*6.w!i; 
Iwunte off a poal. But It cams stampeders. 54, and move outtJ*ff"«“ •*"“•*' 

-•tralght out lo Sinclair, who („ f^nt In the Wedtern Hockey rtasr mma 
BI^INICHB rapped It home before Pelletier League. M*rruiFtm«r ivoirtetai. 

racing driver Stirling Mom PO^T'^ND (API--A U5. 

suffered minor bums yester-i federal report shows that hunt- ^ . . f* . mark of the final period on s mcatav wm 

Cougar proapecu looked in rink-loog dash that pul Flyers “w;* «*»o* , ... 
dismal. But they lni-,gbead for the first time In the' i ^»k«»*ki 

Prix It Riverside, Calif. . . . More than TSOJWO hunters * * * [game. It was hla fifth goal In,‘'SSIjJ*'J„ , 

American Football League paid »4JS00.nr» in 1959 for U- :">ree games. Rookie Ed ■'oF*" 

yeeterday filed a WO.nno.lMO cencee. Ugs. permits and . *« j..u 

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aintUan 

Vkwn*—G«Ai. e«SMitr. awmrt*. a Rookie goalie Art Larivlere.' 
mr*r‘'S;.w!!r'rwi!*aJJ!SiL 2!:>ho blanked Winnipeg War ' 
r^wetk. wuma. Com GiMtHL rfoTS. W. Thursday night, 
ums oitAMMr. ttMAMA; plsyed another outstanding 
■t* •■»«*» game In defeat for the Stamps. | 

iLifc Flyers couldn’t beat him until 
9.4S oi the second period, when 
Joyal scored lo snap his shut 
rors. xonhi. uisiout. string at M mlniftes, 43 


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and 


"Two New Cage Clubs 
Brighten Up Season 


House II succeufully de -1 f r e e style 
fended Ita Oak Bay High events. 

School house swimming title Annual inter-hIgh ichooliy- 
last night In the annual Inter- gals will be held next Friday 
mural meet at Cryital Garden., at Crystal Garden. i 

The Houae II swimmers 
piled up 194 points, followed 
by Houae IV with 118, House I 

-with 108, and Houaa III with , _ , . _ ^ ^ 

^ Saanich Thistlaa go tor their wood 

Swimmer, from Victoria's 


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lac 

I VtrtorW. M«y 
PfmUs: AmHt 4.11. 

miKn pxaif»B , 

braaitalrok# mwia. Afia»rM>av^^aiiy Horgrshrimor. Lou 

vtrigrw. PiMO (AaSwMBi M» Jsnkowskl and Ron Leopold 

Prmtthm: Anwft IH MS d4t. Kay. 


scored for Sumpeders. 


SOCCER 

■AAMtTK 

TNIfTLIt VS. MBDIlt 
AlMetlr Park 
TODAY. tM 


• t t-a' 

• I l-Ni 


Brodies Thistle Target 


Park WmU tal 
■*’4 Ladyanith at Central 


le en 
Farit. 


All games start at 3J0. 


wsvsMswwwmj Victoria Baskethall Counts 
Sion, bursting with optimism 
after the additlrm of two 




today aad tnvwrrow win ba u 




A.M. 

Mtav Major 
UM 7je 


Ltf U* 


P.M. 

MWor Mater 
IS TJi 


more teams, opens the new 
season Montkiy with a double- 
header at Mount View High 
School. 

At 7 p.m.. Optimists and 
^Navy of the two-team Junior 
i men's league meet for the 
j first time. Then Half Way 
{House, defending Island senior 
"B” men's champions, play a 
team from the Victoria Ref¬ 
erees’ Asfociation at 8.90. 


others may be added 
the next few weeks. 


within .style and backstroke, and Jane 
Wheaton won the senior girls' 


Victoria and District Football 1 
League ma*ch. 

The Heaneys-Nanalmo game 
originally scheduled today at 
firsthas been postponed 
fr^^ until tomorfow. 

In other Sunday matches. 
Kickers meet Bvcoes at Hey- 


two major cluba took moat ofBrodies ^ Gorge Hotel plays Cana- 

Ih, In^vldusl honor* to.mi“ItrSk"tS.J 41«n Srotttsh St Topu Avmu, 

■ lour of them emerging as'““F 
double winners. SUn Cameron 
!of Houiw IV won the senior 
I boys’ freestyle and hreasl- 
Hudson's Bay. Naval Vets and stroke, and Monty Holding of 
Victoria Juniors in the senior House I took the same events 
"B” women’s league. in the junior boys' class. 

Kings ar>d Hudson's Bay are Tricia Holland took 
new teams this season, and 'plai'e in the junior girls' 


^ LEASE GARS 

B rue Cm of Four Choteo 

* MORRISON 

• CRsoraM-OMssioMIe Ud. 


Valiant Keeps In Stride 


2 i» aas 

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ta } AMra. <Mk lyya 
-A&rMr M asAdM. 


John Valiant, star of Victoria On a team basis. Victoria. 
High Schooi's cross-country High School's “A** team 

team last year, started the finished first, followed by 

new season m impressive fash- Royal Roads. Vic High ’’C 

Monday and Wednesday will I icfl yesterday by winning s team. Victoria College. Vic 
!bc basketball mghts this sea-|2.6-miie run in 12 minutes. High "B” team. Oak Bay. Bel- 
son with two games per night I four secorris. mont and St. Louis College. A 

I at the Mount View gym. Half-! Ron Gunter of Oak Bay total of 84 runners took part, 

way House and Kings Hotel High was second. 27 seconds Next race is the annual 
IwttI play in the senior ‘V’lUttr. and Alf Llneotn of Vie;Canadian Legion road races 
men's leegut, with Dockyard, High third in 12.43. I Oct. 28 at Victoria High. 

'V ^ • 


-CANADIAN FOOTBALL- 

VANCOUVER 6RIZZLIES 
VICTORIA DRAKES 

SAT. t4l — KASDONALD SARK 

ADIXTS BO# — BTtDENTH SB# 


-BPORTS CALENDAR. 




doitt; liuiit 

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CXMtE TO LITTLE 4 TAYLOES 

“One qualHy — the he,t" 
CEIARATINO Ol'R MMi ANNIVERHABT 


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One Setback 


Same with Stampeders 


Bail^ (talmilst VictoiU. B.C., Sit., Oct. IS, 19<t) J 


Bring On Grey Cup 

Vancouver’s Insured Leos’ Interests Split Tonight 

VANOOr^KR —«!»>• Cop Wr*>k—and thn | 1. O 


prrind, but a ip«dal $1,000,060 poliry covrrbiK 
bodily Injurira, will b« iMurd. Thr mlicy covrra the 
rity, the Grey Cup Festival committee and ita op¬ 
erator!. 

Another policy for $50,000 nill protect theao 
partiei again-it claim* for property damaf;r. 

This doesn't include the SO specially-deaiened 
floats for the big parade which wU be insured 
separately. 


LONDON (Special) — Super Spurs, who many 
claim to be Britain’s newest answer to the challenge 
from European and Latin American club*, can’t afford 
,to slip despite their record-breaking start to the Av/aiirial tna* AllPVa 
English Football League season. IIIC 

In running through the first | 

11 matches of the season with, as effective a* Spurs' dynamic 
out even coming close to ust-' artistry. 

Ing fcfmt. the north London-1 northerners have had 

ers had managed to establish 
only a three-point lead over 




tough-fighting Sheffield Wed¬ 
nesday. 

The Yorkshire club ha* been 
overshadowed by Tottenham's 
heralded feats but In the de- 
partment where it counts the 
moat-the league standings— 
Sheffield has not been far be- 
hind. Many obeervers seemed 
to forget that Wednesday eras 
also unbeaten after 11 matches 
with eight victorle* and three 
draws. 

Sheffield can't match Spurs 
In glamor or the brilliant exe¬ 
cution that ha* marked Tot- 
tenbam's quick geUway. But 
It has been quietly going about 
lu business with a rugged effi¬ 
ciency that ha* proved almost 


based on careful planning b>' 
former Everton star Harry 
Catterick seems bright. Shef- 


Tenpins? Easy 


EDMONTON (CT>)—It’s Lion* are- still considered, Jury in the last game agalnsti 

a pretty solid bet that the I?''""",,“P 'hfiCo'gary. ; 

* •' third and final playoff poai-l Lions emerged free of in- 

Calgary Stampeders and non but the betting is on less | Juries from their 49-21 lacing 
British Columbia Lions will solid ground when the ferocity, at the hands of the league 
be keeping sharp eyes on with which the cowboys have leading Winnipeg Blue Bomb-' 
the out-of-town scores taken to the field of late la era In Winnipeg Thursday, 
when both Western Inter- ’’P''* reception In Re 

provincial Football Union could be a cool 

rliihi ninv in crucial oamea WIFTJ time running;one with word that oft-lnjured 

*“"®*;at mor* than a trickle _ i» i quarterback Bob Ptacek wlU 

tomgnt. _b, back flinging passes. 

Stampeders are in third spot 
with 10 points, one up on the 
Lions. Calgary entertains the 
second-place Eklmonton Eski¬ 
mos tonight, and after bomb- 
ing the Esks 3111 last time out, 
can be counted on to battle 
fiercely for an extra two 


By JIM TAVLOB 
Brian MacKIntosh must be 


[Harry Cool, SOI (327); Frank .someone will holler "fix' 
'Morgan. 806: Alec Pylypa, 778 Junior bowlers made 


field has been relegated to the' convinced by now that this ten- 
second division three time* In pin bowling is really quite 
the past decade but has fought easy. 

back to the premier division; Brian, 16. tried his hand at 
lour times-.the last time In the game last night at Aurora 
1959 when It set up a club Lanes, and In the 10th frame 
record for points. I of the firal game he ha* ever 

t . I bowled, he spared up the Big 

‘rick ihouMind* 

club looked set for along stay., . trvtn* 

It finished fifth over the regu-'?' 

Ur ««on and was newr tw ^ 
far from the top and carried 
through to the seml-fInaU of 
the Football AssocUtlon Cup 
before losing to eventual win¬ 
ner Wolverhampton. 


Wednegday Has Talent 


Although Wednesday cUlma 
Ita suecaas U partly due to an 
evenly-balancad attack and a 
rugged defence so typical of 
noftnem clubs, Sheffield talent 
ha* been recognlied by Eng- 
Und selectors. Both centre-hall 


Kdmontoa - ('jUfary rame 
may ba on tolovUlon 

rhannela I and boglnnlnK 
at 7.96 tonlirht. BjuUo broad* 
caal at IJona Haalfatrbrwaw 
famm may be beard iw 
CKWX, Vaneenver, at 7 p. 111 . 


thrtr 

<325), and AI Majorkl, 7S0 their share 01 news during the! 

(328.) iweek. Wayne Lundgrin, 14,1 

W. Peterson rpUed 809 (3181! had a 735 (275) series at Es- 
for the high three at CUpital quimalt and Dave Godell, 17,1 
City. Next in line were Stan rolled a 533 (228) tenpin series | 

Jones, 790 (3251; Russ Bird, at Aurora ... Lloyd Chow andi 

766 ( 399) and Chu Wei. 703. Marg Cooper won the Aurora polrtu. Stamps will need them, 

Harry Plowman and Stan Bell Thanksgiving Double* with since it's their second last 
each had a 346 single. 1,077 ... Rich Lou. Jim Mills, game in the schedule. 

* a * Gil Wong. Chuck Bennett and I Lions are In Regina tonight' oring 

lOTH FRAME: Don't ask Jack Lim roiled a three game , to wage battle against the last-1 Buddy Tinsley. Bombers won 

Bert Nelson who won hi* scratch series of 2,807 in the.pUce Saskatchewan Rough-jthe game 49-21. 

doubles fivepin tournament at Aurora senior league , . . riders, a team which hasn't 
Esquimalt Bowladrome.' It open house today from 1 p.m. | defeated the B.C. squad yet 


Presentation 
Costs $100 

WINNIPEG <CP). — Th« 
Winnipeg rugby football club 
Friday was (inad $100 lor de¬ 
laying the start of the second 
half of Thursday night's 
Western InterprovindaJ Foot¬ 
ball Union game between 
British Columbia Lsions and 
Winnpeg Blue Bombers here. 

Canadian football commis¬ 
sioner G. Sydney Halter an* 
nounced the team fine, result 
Ing from lengthy half time 
presentation ceremonies hon- 
veteran Bomber tackle 


_ good many obaervers 
Peter Swan and goalie Ron „,ho believe that th* atring 
Sprlngctt saw action last saa- .^11 come to an end. 


and again In th* tint 
International of th* new cam- 
paJgn. 

Sheffield's real lucceia lie* 
in defence. Anchored by Swan'ball Laaguc alio pulled out all 
and Sprtngett. Wednesday had'stop* In selecting lU team 
conceM only two home goalaj which played th* Leagtw of 
In their Il gam* ttteak and Ireland Many considered R 
were almost a* tough to score the ilrongest ride ever to rep- 
on In opposition parks. ' resent the English Leagu*. 

Trantmann Team Captain 


with the four pin. 

Spur*' next real test will Hit game score was 135. 
S?Sl1<U*ig®“'’g^“''th™ISh Tenpin bowler. 

the Tuesday senior league 
i where 35 of th* 58 bowler* 
bettered 500. 

High scorer* were Frank 
Ireland. 602 (246); Jack Llm. 
S93 1233); Roy Kerr. 


be added, is the second tough¬ 
est split a tenplnner can face. 

Brian spared It by sliding over 

‘sSten'^m'Irtt^the* and Bert is afraid, Aurora Tenpin Lmies. 

knocking over the six and 10 


their unbeaten record still in -1 
tact (Notli Forest. Cardiff.: 
Newcastle and Fulham) there, 

art 


Z \ (206); Jim Mills. 589 ( 205) and 

White T^tt^^s heroic* yjg Chuck Bennett. 579; Len 
'^.’i!j”.‘^ i»;?|Murr*nt. 578 (201); Bill Hoi- 
international I574 ( 203); Rich Lou, 573 

(248); Elmer CUrtte, 571 (212); 
Harrte Gill. 569 1224); Ray 
Vater. 566 (215); Bob Norton. 
565 ( 222); Dave Barr. 564 
1235); Doug Elford 562; 
Harold Paulding. 557; Tom 


seema Ron Chamberlain and a j to 7 p.m. at Capital City lanes j this season. The Lions, with, 
fellow named Bert Nelson took' and from 6 p.m. on at the' three games left, round out! 

their season with a home' 
game against th* 'Riders Oetj 
29. 1 

■lO ONE 

All of which sets tip a pretty 
hard-lo4)eat stage for next 
Saturday's gsme In Vancou¬ 
ver; Calgary versus B.C. 

.Stampedera are ready for to¬ 
night's game, nursing rela¬ 
tively few Injuries. Tackle 
Opie Bandy and Canadian de¬ 
fensive h^ Bill Bell both 
have been put on the reserve 
list with knee Injuries, but 
Ernie Danjean Is off the re- 
serve list and expected to ra- 


Calgary’s Lunsford 
Top Ground-Gainer 

REGINA (CP) — Fullback, Statistics cover all gams* to 


TENPINS 

PntcUee Bowfini' 

SSe per EUiie 

aiBSONI BOWLADROME 


It Included almost gljl00.000|bury but club offtctate Mnt, - ,,3 „ 

worth of talent from lour | teem to find a pUyer sulUbte I P 547 ; Joan Lutcombe, 
countries and laatured fourito Newcaatte who want* to jj, 

players each from Spun *nd|mOT* m the Tyw***- , i„„i Tes* Ksmann, 5IE 

Burnley, teat season a league; A deal seemed ceMln In-, Glheon't Bowladrome. th* 
champion. It was captslnad by; volvlng Danny Clapton and | tenplnner* were 

Bert Ttautmann, who P“‘^‘*** Norm Gamble. 599 1215); Isy 

In England to play hte football backed out. Then David Herd. 545 (jig); Anne Good- 

after being Imprisoned by the Scottish IntemsflonaL r*f“*<* 546 , .od Georg* Sage, 

AlUeadurlng tha Second Warld to Join Newcastle after Joint jjp ^ ^ 

Was. ! club agreement ind negotli- *. a a 

Ttautmann. who ha* the for- tlon* broka dow^ | qjj Gtbson’a fivepin lanes, 

tune—or mUfortun*—of play-1 Blackpool, desperately try- gjjj posted top acore 

Ing for a team with a leaky do -1 Ing to find replacements, haa > ^ 3 ^ , 30 ,^ 3 , 5 , followed by 
fence. Manchester Qty, waai also run Into signing ‘rou'*'* luiph Leard. 876 (309. 3071. 
th* first non-British goalte to,Rovers and Newcastle agreed; Bing, 


590 Earl Lunsford of Calgary iwadneaday with CUgary hav- 

S:"* '2”" 

fullback Johnny Bright of ^ •avc umx. mm 

monton Etklmoo u the j«*d. f« 13, and B.C. and Sa»* Bandy, 

ing rusher in the Western katchawan Roughrldera 12. j out of action In th# Eskimo 
Football Confaienre. Winnipeg halfback Leo' camp are linemen Art Walker, 

Slatiatics rekased Thursdayi Lewis holds down third place. Jack Lamb and Mike Lashuk, 
by Bill Hawrylak of Regina, with a net gain of 805 yards;although three others—Ted 
chief league statistician, shows snd teammate Gerry James IsjTuUy, Nat Dye and Roy Slav 

_ _ , Lunsford with a net gain of! next with 796. B.C. halfback'enaon—will be back In the 

Nute.~554, and Jack rietcher.j 1.098 yards and a lead of 92 WlUte Fleming follows with, lineup Walker and Lamb have 
564 (220). I yard* over Bright who has a 740 yard* while Winnipeg's! been out all leaaon. while 

Top five ladles were Msrg gsme in hand. Ichartte Shepard had 619. I Laahuk suffered a kidney in- 

563 -- 


Chips Down in Big Four 


th« MMon's toUl 


The moment of truth begins I However, • split In either j standing Is decided on t points 
this weekend when the deetiny •*<*!*• would send the race basis bttween the tied teems. 

of each team In the Big Four I 1®*" 

. ...... , . . taw* playing Ite last gam* In 

football league is pteced,Hamilton Oct 29and Montreal 
squarely In the hands of th* encountering Argonaut* In To- 
•quad concerned. „nto the next day to end the 

Ottawa Rough Riders and; regular aeason. 

regular 


-- __ 822 Toronto ArgonauU — tied for And the regular season 

captein an International side, on a price for Eaatman but the | . y Harrlaon, 764; Geoff |firat place-begin a home-and- could atill end with a double 

for 12 year*. He wa* honored rebel couldn't be tempted ; vvomUL 742 (316); G. Omreh, ] home aerie* that could dedd* tte. 

as captain for what on* offl-.Then Blackpool and Arsenal jjg jjj-jj Wheeler, which team ends the 14g*m* If the teams split their 

cial called hi* “ihagnificent agreed to term* for th* trana .^^25 <323.) Jt^ce Coaler had a,season on lop with a valuable' honteand-home seriM and Ot- 
service to English footbsdl." ] Icr of centrefrall Petw Doch- , jjj jj, ' i by, mto the final. Btech has a! t«w* and Toronto win their 


e * * lerty but th* Aiecnal player 

Th* row over aoccer rebel wouldn't budge. 

George Eastman la hotting up.' Eastman Is tlU out of foot- 
Th# former young England ball, work, Newcaatte has a 
Initmational who has refused giant-sized problem on it* 
to K-sign with Newcastle snd hands, the Gunner* are back 
want* to play in London, la where they started and Black- 
■till a Iter without a Job. 1 pool 1* atlU looking for new 
Arsenal hav# made a num- talent. It'* Just Ilk* current 
her of move*-to bring the diplomallc hanienlngs at th* 
ctever inald* forward to High-1 United Nation*. 


393 single. 

High man at Esquimalt S3 won-Ioat record thus far. 
Bowladrome wa* Harry Booth, 

864 ( 322.) Other high scorers 


sver* Jerry LeBlanc, 824 ( 361); 

Coast Hockey 
Opens Soon 

NANAIMO (CP) — The 


Cash Asset’s Comeback 
(]osts Too Much Money 


For Keeps 
In Sunday 
Curling 


the 


LONDON (Special)—Aik* 


The stakes are even higher 
for Montreal Alouettea and 
Hamilton TlgerOata, in a tte 
for third with 3-8 records. At 
issue in their home-andJiom* 
affair is the teat playoff spot. 
Hamilton Is at Montreal to- 

.. day and OtUwa visits Toronto 

Pacific Coast Amateur Hockey j Sunday. Oct. 22 the stage li' 
League, made up of teams'twitched — Montreal moving 
from Nanaimo, Powell River, 


final game*—or, for that mat¬ 
ter, If Montreal and Hamilton 
win their final gamea — it's 
•UU snarled. 

In that case, the final league 


Chilliwack and New Weatmln- 
ster, will tUrt regular play 
Oct. 22 


Into Hamilton and Toronto 
Journeying to Ottawa. 

A double win by either Ot- 
„ tewe or Toronto would settle 
Nanaimo and Powell River place. Just as a double. 

win by either of the other two' 
teams sews up that third and 
last playoff apot. 


begin play In the 196931 ses' 
ton at Powell River. 

Nanaimo will play at Chll- 
Uwtek OcL 29 and New 
will travel to 



not on 
points. 

The second- and third-place 
teem* meet In a sadden3eath 
game in th* semi-final, the 
winner going agalnal the flrat- 
ptece finisher in a two-game, 
total-points aerie*. 



esa, saa ooaa. 
ixraib sMss imaa 



Jeffrey, who wa* playbig in: Weatmlnater 
laagu. fooibattat 15 and broke|'»«• * «*“ 

a leg when playing for young | ^ew Weatmlnater will boat 
England at 17, facas a costly, PowcU River Nov. 2 and Na- 
nalmo opens Its home season 
against New Westmiiuter 
Nov. 5. 


Curling for keep* in 
Sunday Commercial Curling' football again 
Laague aurta tomorrow with 
tlw 48 rlnkt divided Into aec- 
tiona of 16 rinki each. Draw 
follows: 


return to the Wg-tUne. A sum 
of almost S56.(X)0 fUnd* be¬ 
tween th* 21 -y**r 4 >ld former 
"boy" star and his ambition to 
play In professional league 


u Hmm (“A***--W. 

CatoMfVr Imratef 


ORlIawMMrr m S. 


ACCRINGTON, England 
(Reuters) — Wrexham scored 
i.ffrn/ • *0 victory over Accrington 
When doctor* told Jeff^ Stanley here In Friday night's 
he would n*v« play ^ Soccer League 

again after breaking bU^,. ^ ^ 

the^ung ster was paid about ! 

$ 11,000 for permanent lota of ■ - - 


t*r: CKDA «•. McUwi 

E C»r«)fi “- 

««. Mil-Mat homh 


?(<» t TM Ttt. 

WMtjr’tViiin'; P«wMl tA C« 

Hockey Scores 

tMEtN A?f 

•prtncfMa 1 Orvttana t 
BAUrr.Bbl iM O r—EBOWAI. UtAOiB 

BlanirMil 4. Surttmo S. 


living and hit dub. Doncaater, 
'.atmoat $45,000 for loalng a 
**cath aaaet.” 

B Bim. t'a’t-BtcMti Vt, MttikcB.. . .... I 

v>c«nm BtvtrM* va MrAth r aw HoM: | Jeffrey fhtde E remarkable 

DnMflA* YA WAfTffl. MtHkMi* ya Mtf-; fc,,* 

rrr: fAtti ya uatmey ya Minr; recovery ■ui any comeoacK 
wnaM vA PMitTMi: ■wtwt’ VA re hopes seemed tma.ahed last 
Tsw .-r-. ou-y. P.M. , I season when he broke his other 
Corsn. 1 . ■■**#*#«■ «* # cwfW an IM In t non-teagiM club prsc- 
tios gsme. He cam* b«* 

. t YA strongly thla sesaon snd was 

hoping to nuke a league come¬ 
back after scoring seven goals 
in five gamea for amateur 
Skegnets Town. 

But the Football Aaaoriation 
international committee ruled 
that the $56,000 In Insurance 

GREENKERPtai.S' WINNER "“"'y be P«ld back be- 

■ ^ ^ fore he can re-register as a 

NortT) Boden won th* 26th p o o t b a 11 League player. 

Neither player nor club can 
afford it at the moment. 


Osn 


annual Greenkeepera taurna- 
meni at Victoria Golf Club, 
■booting a tow groas of 72 to' 
take the Harry Young TYophy 
with a flve-ati-oke edge over' 
clubmate Fred Painter. 


MONDAY! 


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Dedication on Sunday 


Church Finishes Face-Lift 


First United Church 


Mt 4. L tJh* U). 

mtf W W MeFbmM. DD. 

OlTMMn ti MmM 
Mr. •»4 Mr*. J Marta Wm4 

* • * • # 

•J9 11 A-nv 

Mss Ruth Saunders 

Madtaal MtaaMsarr Chnuttaa 

MtaplUt. Ww)«. KerM 

BroMiraMi over C'KDA 
(itm 

•otaMl AltM W»44ai 

7 pjn. 

“Five Times 
Divorced” 

mtw. A. 1 BiMtao •.A. BD. 

8«Br OTtaBt. Nvmrr uM Maptata 
•wtauf BtlMaU at 
III aji. Mta 11 W •». 

TW ahardl to ntt«l 

wllfe Itaartac aMa. 


I Oquimalt United Church Bt 
I Admirals and Lyall wUl hold 
a rededication aervioe at 3 
p.m. Sunday foUowinf recent 
; completion of a $10,000 redec- 
oration program. 

Work on the exterior and 


ANGUCAN SERVICES 


iETROFOUTAR 
HRITED CHURCH 

n.iiri M a —I n 

■n. r 1. a fflw 'itiL. M.. DA 

^ » Lura n an, a *. aTA 
an o B utomtrrrnr. aa 

■iiniirt. aao.T. 

lias aai. 

“You and the Dtvil” 
madwr at ko*a HrrtcM: 
Bm. r. a. H. J mbm. DJ>. 

MoM for tkc Sair; 

MIh Msnant Htn iwn a 

7JS aia— 

“Come and Sec” 

9rmm aarviM hiiiiaiM star 
M4la atattae C/VX 

MM HMiai 

rSTaai lias aJt- 

CMtoa Mta Bwaary at UJI aSto 
■amt AMi AvailaMa 


Qirift Gmrch Catkt^Al 

BaoMaaO ami Oaaira 
Ttoa Vorr Bar. Brlas VtoMla*. 
HJU M.M.. Baaa aai BaHar 

HARVEST 
THANKStilVINO 

AM A.m.~lloly ('onimunlofi 

ll.M a.m.~ 

Cttoral e>icliBrM 
Sermon: The Dean 

7M p.fn.—Kvenaoag 
Sermon :The Rev. Canon 
S. J. Wickens 

T« PJB.X 

Cvaaaaat Ja»eo Bap Hall 
Ttoa Va D W aW f C ■ R- Braiatoav 
Byaiar Bctoaol at ttoa MaaMrtal 
Hall ••lU Muraarfi at 11 aetaeS 
aai at ilia ^aMoa Bajr Ball at li 
atlaah. 

■air Cataanalaa: 

Taoaiap. 11.SS a m. 
Ttoaraiar. T U aja. 

Maitlao aaato ataaiar at t M a a. 
Bvamoaac 

rack watkiar at l li pa. 


ST.JOHN’S 

Baaira Maar Paaiara 
Bar. Caaaa Oaarto B H ilo. B —tar 
S.W a.B —Bair C&mmuaim 
tTaaai Hap to ’a Oarparata) 
tM • «.—rataUr Barrlaa 
ll.it am~ 

**FOR THINE 18 
THE KINGDOM** 

frmekte: Cbbbb Mddlt 


T.li p4B—Onaa rrtlaita 
Praitrt ak Ctoatoto 
BJL. Maa Baa. PJUCA 
“Paafara** (Mm Caakt 


CNtiMtol liltM Chveb 

mta Baai. aaar aav. at Boaak 


ITBrr - al MaBa: 

JMMa A WtoMA A.T4IJ1 
0 illIM M Maipam WLaMto 

LAVMKNV SUNDAY 
tiji a.M.— 

-A MAN IN 
THE HOUST’ 


1 j> »j>. 

'‘CarrjiBX Yoor Coroer” 
Mr. TmI 1«mmM 
uf Vtmeemnr 
Batatot: Mr*. P. NalUl 


T Jt pA^ 

YOirra SUNDAY 

Addreaa hy R. J. IrochaM 

laatalatlaa al ATPA Olftaara 
Ji aai II a.M . Baaiiy mAMk 


A PrttMly Wto 


Aaalto Tap 


IT. rETIirS. LAKE NIU 


THE CHVRCH OF 

ST. AIDAN 

(Vaitai Otoana al Caaaiat 
Uatoaaai at Caiar BBI ItoaMraai 
tnatotnr itoa Baa A L Avavy 
Ornatof Mtoo M. M. Vaactoaa. 


11 BJn. 

“Laymci Saadsy” 

MB. a MATHER 

7Jt pjik 

“Wet and Dry Youth” 

9.45 B.ni.—Sunday School— 
7 yean and over 

11.00 a.m.—SuiMlay School 
and Baby Creche 

Primary only, ages ) to 6 
Inchuive 


Oak lay Usltsl Cksrsh 

H > IP at OraaMa 


Ctoair DtrwMr: Mr* V Baralap 
Tma BaaAay ArlMato 
It am aai llJi am. 

Tva Ctoarrk torvteos 
It am. aai 11 St am. 
LayaMa’fl iaaiar 
'UrmiBat WBBB TBt) WOBE** 


FsIrfisM Onltsl Cksrtfc 


Bar. ■ E Jatoaataa, a.A.. DD. 
Diratior al Maato 
Mr ltaia«y Wakatar. AJt.C.T. 
■tmoAV acBooi. 

AM a.sa. P v ta sary la tratara 
ll.at a.Bfo—Trartoa la Prtoaary 

LAYHAirt airytBAT 

H it am — 

’-Ttoa Oraatoat raaimma f oa f * 
Mr J. P Pawaoit 
^ TJt p m—“VayaHlaa'' 


lELMONT AVL UNITED 

PsaBriks aai PslMiat A*a. 

■tomsor: 

•pa. B. E ti irHit. B.A.. BJP. BA. 

11 BJB.*Te Are W Hwe aaet' 

^ 7 J$ pjM.^'OU Biod 
New CeireuMte’’ 

IM aai li ft B.ai. 


Uiiitti LaifftN 

Baa Oiftaa'ir nia iir l iilt EA. 
llAt am.—Laymaa’f Ba a iay 
Oaaai B pta N tr 

Dr. Ummot ABitwaa 


REV. T. G. GRIFFITHS 
• . . main apeaker 

interior of the church, which 
began in Auguat. haa now 
been completed. 

Some of the diangea high¬ 
light Tudor architecture on 
the outaide and new Ughtlng. 
color and better uae of apace 
In the Inaklt. 


PEER yrnioDirr cwuncn 
list Caok atraat BV S-ltM 

Pastar. M A B Aamrs 
IIS am.-3wiiay Bckool HoMr 
ll.aa am-MonMw Wonkip 
TAP p.m.-Bvr«kn Waraklp 


coos BT. MALI, 
lau C*ak Biraat 
lari*a Day— 

Bckaal far akttiraB. S p.a 

T.W p.m Atl wa l com 


(B 


a> 


•C Patar*a Baai. at BiaWa 
tar S M KlM- HtoA- BImt 

HARVEST 

AM am.—My i 
ll.aa a.m —Bi 


FESTIVAL 


LUTEEIIAM CtoUMCU OP THE CEOflC 
Coraar «l Cadar HW aai caiar BUI 
Ciaaiiuai 

V. B. PBOTP. PAITOB. CE T-IMI 
aiTXOAY aCBOOL. A«; WOESBIP 
•BEV1CB. u A.M. Wa mnu 


liaa am.—PAMILT aSBVICB 
Ttoa Tiaar 
iji p.B.-rBBTAL K v m a o wo 


PHiay. Oat. tt_ 

a.II pm.—PABiaB tVPPAB 
Par AB ttoa Partok Paatlly 


. fiaarya Hm Bartyr 

CaMaaa Bay aai Mayaa r i BaaM 
Bmatai Baaaaaaaii. Taa MDa 
■aOal. Opiaaii aai Oaikari Bay 

YOUTR AUNDAY 
TBmtTT BVm 

TBB CBUBCB aCMOOt 
D. C. Bkaur. M A.. Dtractar 

IM a.M—Paalara aai Baatara 
11 am. Btaiaraartaa aai Primary 
■tBAA CLAPABB 
^Baatar'a CMm far Baya 
■ ■ -Mtos PtoUSIpP 


I pM.-Mtoi 
CtaM far ( 


t U p at -Orm P rMaita 
Oariaa BrBHa 
Yja PM.-BTBMOIOO 
■aly CaMHNalaa 
Tawiay iB. Lakai T.M aai 
liJi am. 

Ttoaraiay ilatrtmif it IPM a 
Bav. WIBIaa BIBa. B ortar 
Baral Baaa al Vlatarla 


ST. MARVS 

Bfla Baai, Bat Bay 
11 m R^e Cbmmi RywH . 
ioBiw. UTh.. Re ct or 

TEINITT XTm 
IM a«.-llaly Coatmaalaa 


Baky Craaka 11 IP a m. ta tte 

partok kail 


lIJi am.-Baly 


SY. MAnHiar 

Carair Btakwaai aai Blatoariaaa 
EIcktaaatk iaaiay Altar TrtaMy 
a.aa a.ai —Baly Caacaalaa 
Il.ta aa-Ckaral Xuatoartol 
IM p m —gvaanaa. lastaBatMo 
af A Y.P.A. Ottlaan 
Tka Ba at ar at katk iinuta 
Naraary faeUiUco ara arsUakla 
iarUit tkt ataraiac tarrtaa 
•aaiay Pakaal 
P.M am-Mata Bahaal aai 
Bihto CtaM 

ll tP am^-Prlawry aai 
pTa«ITtoaa^ Dapta. 

IP.M a.HI —Baty ^Bmaalaa 
Bar. Aacm Camaraa 
af I atiMvra. OBtJ. BJL. 


St. Bumabas* Church 


TBINTTV XVtn 
IM aai-Italy Coatmaalaa 
11.11 aai ll.M a m Baaiay Bttoa 

11 a at .Bant Mam 
T M p a —•alaoM Btnastai 

Praackar at katk aarrtam: 
Tka Itav Caaao T. O Bamanrtlli 
B.A . B O.. Daaa al Biillinil, 
Aotttaaa TkiniatMal Catltpa, 
▼aaaanm. 

ftav. Caaaa T. Batlay. 

II A.. BA.. Baatar 


ST. PHILIPS 


Baatar: U.-Cal Bav. to O. WXkaa, 
MC.. CA. 

YOUTH SI NDAY 

AM am.—Italy OaasaMmMa 
Carparata Cammaataa far 
Yaaac Paapla 
II M am —Taotk Barrtaa 
T.M p.m —traaiaat 
Baaiay Bakaal at ttoa wial Umm 


8T. ALJtAN*8 CHURCH 

Taa StaMB BartA al Baaltala 
Oa Bataaaat Aaa 
t a.m. Baif Ctommaalaa 
It am.- Bawtay Batoiil 
II am.—Pra-Prtmary Claa 
11 am.-MatM 
tJi pm.—BaaaMat 
TBS BBV. P W. BATBI 



The church wap built and 
dedicated In 1913 although the 
congregation was formed In 
1911 ap a Methodlpt church. 

From 1913 to the Second 
World War. the church waa 
used as a naval and military 
gariiaon church for aervke- 
n>en until chaplains were es¬ 
tablished in the armed forces. 
It then became a family 
church to serve the commun- 
Ity. 

Rev. G. Howerd Turpin, pu- 
tor of the church, has .bout 
3S0 people In hla congregation. 

Rev. T. G. Giiffllhi wlU be 
the main speaker et Sunday 
service which will honor the 
memory of the late William 
DeaviUe. clerk of the session 
for many years In the church. 


1A NaUaCalmW. Vic—ia 
UhirMtr. Ott. IS. ItM 


St. Luke’s Centenary 



ARCHBISHOP SEXTON 


Archbishop to Speak 
At Anniversary Rite 

At least 400' congregation' The St. Luke's congregation^primate of Canada, planned 
members are expected to at-' Is one of the oldest in Greater origtnaUy to attend the an- 
tend the 100th anniversary Victoria and has been served, niversary ceremonies, but was 
ceremonlas of St. I^kFs Angll- by 19 ministers since its forced to decline because of 
can Church Tuesday at 8 p.m. founding. illness, Mr. Ragg said. 

Moat Rev. Harold E. Sexton. A special parish dinner wllli“- — ' — 

archbishop of British Colum- ^ Mon^y at b.30 p.m. In | 
bla, will deliver the sermon 1 parish hall at Cedar Hill 
during the service conducted' Cedar Hill Cross Road, 
by Rev. David Ragg. ] Most Rev. H. H. Clark, | 


(Disbelieving Khrushchev 
World’s Oddest Biblicist 


CHURCHES 


MATBOMST 


SPfBrrCAUar 


SiNtaay. y.lA nHGSPtkATION. 
. W Bamimm. nammyaara. 
S p.m. kmuaa aai elalnwy- 


cBBOTtAx ttmnvAim cbvbci 

IIS Onrfaty St. 

SwaSay. Ocl lA T.M pm. 


KIBST 

cauRCB or ms easaeehb 

ttinSra M. aaS Ekma EA 
Miatotar W. Bi Afrkart 
Atf am—amMay Ktoaal 
BtonSip atnieaa 
UJI pm mM TJSpm 


LATTEB BAT SAIina 


TBB CaUECH OP JBBUt CBBtST 
UBar Day SaMta SVM2M. 


CHUECM or CBJttsr 

MM Paraaml Baal 
Bi kto Blto^. MM pm. 

Oaapri Sarvica. TM pm 
Ptooaa CBPSW 


Views Stay 
On Divorce 

TORONTO (CPI —Rev. W. 
E. McAUiter, general aupeiin. 
tendeni of the Pentecostal At- 
sembllei of Canada, said Fri. 
day there haa been no change 
In the aaaembllea' views on 
divorce and remarriaga. 

Mr. McAllaUr said: 

-Our official position con^ 
cemlng divorct and remar¬ 
riage Is unchanged. The Pen- 
tecoatal Assemblies of Canads 
are definitely oppoaed 
vorcc and remarriage. 


NEW YORK (AP) 


The 


world’s strangest biblicist Is 
Nikita Khrushchev. 

He says bluntly he doesn’t 
believe In s deity and he dis- 
•vows all supernatural aspects 
of religion, yet he csn’t seem 
to keep the age-old. hallowed 
phrases off his Ups. 

’T attended rhundi school as 
a boy,” he says. "I won a prize 
from the priest for knowing 
the gospels by heart.” 

It might be that this early 
training Immersed his subcon¬ 
scious and vocabulary In bibli¬ 


cal illusions and proverbs, but, {the sower who sows so that 
he states, ”I personally am an I man may have a good har- 
atheist.” I vest.” 

Yet he refers repeatedly dnd When he bore down on UN 


favorably to Christ and his 
language often is sprinkled 
with words such as “soul,” 

’’blessing," "spiritual.” ’’hell," 

"heaven," “God."’’sacred duty”!ever been 
and "the devU." earth.' 

Borrowing one of Jesus’ par¬ 
ables about the sower whose 
seed feU both on stony and 
good ground, he told the UN 
his government is working for 
peace among nations — “like 


Secrelary^lenersl Dag Ham 
marskjold. Khrushchev said: 
"There Is an old adage that 
there neither are nor have 
any saints on 




CHURCH OF OUR LORD 


First Church of 
Christ, Scientist 

Ctoamkara WA, aa4 fmaiar a Am. 
A Braack a< Ttoa Matkar Ckarafe 
Hm Pint Charafe af Ctortet 
•alaaltot ta Baatap. MiinMaiitli 

BOTVDAT MBITICB 
11 M am a»U TM pm. 

•imncT 

“DOCTRINE OF 
ATONEMENT’ 


WaAaaaAay. C.M pjm 

PECB POBUC RBAOmO BOOM 

ABD uarmNo ubbabt 


A Tkaakaflftaf l irM n wW 
kata MaaAay. BaA M. at U p 


Laymen’s Duty Debated 
“*IAt Centennial Church 


THE VOICE 
OF ONE 

By REV. DR. FRANK K MOBLEY 



ta tkt 
•f tka Etc. a 


£12 
ckMTVfe af tfef 


aora LUTBBEAE CBUBCB 
Mlmcwrt Ami 

Ckarek ta ‘Tkt Xmktraa Bam 

aaU 'Tkto^ Lift** 


Vottn' matttaf tJP p.m 
C C Jmuom. pMtar. BTMB 


OOOO nSPBKBO LUTBBEAB 

CBUBCB 

(U.L.C A. IPtaltni Camii BywE) 


Ttoa Pkatival ta Bamat MM pm. 
' a iGanMW» 
ra iBiitltoto) 

•Hto. D.D. 


_ _ tmtaav m 

I at Y PBL Bav. 
r »SiBi 


One evening In DMiutacus I was sittinc in • stuffy 
little upstairs room with the exiled “shadow cabinet" 
of Jordan. These exiles were strong and intelligent 
men, dedicated to overthrowing the Jordanian king 
and bringing Jordan into the United Arab Republic 
along with Syria and Egypt 
The former minister for wsr 
asked bitterly: "Why don't you 
Western people export values? 

AU you do la keep dictators In 
power who would be kieked 
out U you didn't support them 
and fInaUy wlU be kicked out 
anyway. We don’t want Com- 
munism, but wa do want 
change." 


GRACE ENGLISH 
LUTHERAN ^HURCH 

rni roBT BTurr 

PMtar WWtam A. WMBM 
BV MBSTYlNiitaPr^MB 
Pmtaky tatoota P« pm. 
Montai ••nfeta U pm 
TtoBpci •ptetaUjr tatata^ ta NttamA 


EBDBKMBIl LUTHBBAK CBUBCB 


(M 


4* 


Cktadi ta “TWi ta m Uta** 

Nmtaip BtaHta . Am pm 

BvtaF Btavta* . .. U.M pm 

BM MtM BA. iNitainrN 
W. BMtac. pMtar. OBMlM 


MSsBCl LAIfDtNC GOSPBL BALL 
BmtaiF. AM p.m. Ytot Pkitalp Boar. 
tpiAtar. Mr. Jtai Bijpia 


ILMpm-taertalp «ta 
BrtaA 

im pm faadiy ad 

7Ji pm—Gmmri im 

B^ a ( 

Bitaliai 

try taMtkkp m 


Mtanr. Mr. 
p wnmirlY ta 


mmkm. Mr. Atkkm 
_ mrniuy ta TtomaAay. 

T.M p.m rTfiS*. Cuita Imaiwii BaHy. 


BUAORA BIBLC OUBBL 
^atalto Am. aita iaalMi Miaa 


AM pm> 
ttm pm- 


u.n PM 

T.M pm 


^JtanSt*%rvte. Mr. i< 

MrLaraa ta Vtaicaa»»r. I 
Omitata ta 

-Ttor Lar#! titapar. 
-Svmina ■mvm. Mr. J< 
MrLarap Pablata; 
Pplrti PUM 


AM pm-T4MiW paopta Ppfakar, Mr. 
Jtam BfcLarm 

(FaMMAar: 

AM pm —Prayar mi Bikto ttaiy. 
THaraiay: 

AM pm—Wemaa'a MaaUap 


CBBttTABCLPBIAM 


CIBUBrAOnrBUN. Or«a«a Bali YM 
Caartaay Birati PaaAay ma r k ta p II 
taetaak. BacraUry ■V4*MM 


VQUIMALT UMITBD CBUBCM 

sftfioSv* troaiKdi’? ffW 

Mtatatar. Ba*. O. BowariTtapipBX 


Centennial United Church 
arill hold a “layman’s Sunday" 
this weekend with services at 
3 pjn. and 7J0 p.m. Sunday. 

The men’s retreat-workahop 
service will be held Sunday 
afternoon. 

BSSPONSniUTIES 
It srlU be mainly devoted to 
a diacyaslon of the relation 
and responsibilities which 
nule members of the congre¬ 
gation have to the church. 

Ted Bennett of Vancouver 
will be the main speaker at 
the evening aervioe. 


T.M . ■-—MU, Cmumm— 

IS . a. S..S.T SeSMl 
ll.St ajn.— 

THE BADIO MINISTRY 
MwUm Ftstw 
ssauoN: 

**8UmI and Deliver** 
Btehop D. A. G. 
HBBldlor. DJ>. 
BrtAAcMl aaar CP^E. AM 
T.M pm —Baly CammiwtaH 
•XBMOBt 

“God’s Peraooal Pmum" 

Ttoa Biikap 


•NRISTADEUHMN HALL 


BkkAay Batoata. A.M pm. 
Mamor ta l Bmataa, II am. 
Batata AAAraap ^Jp pm 

•ah tact* 

*TBB TAtra or TBB 
OLB TBATANEBT** 
Bpaakar: P. WaaAaaak 


OAKUNDS CNAKL 

ParavaaA aai Caiar BM BaaM 
AM Lari*a Bap par 

tl lA am—Baatoly BlWa Ba«r afti 


IrCARTNET 


BpMl 

MK D. Mr* 

IJi pm—Baamtota Sarato 

DR. iT'hORTON 

Tkar»iay. I.aa pm. 
Brayar aai Btkla B m iy 


The SahratioR Araiy 

YTctorta CHadel Gasps 
397 Paadora 
Wed ne sday. S pMi. 
FeOMsaUp. Prayer 


Since then I have asked 
many Western diplomats the 
same queation. They explain 
our support of reaettoniry and 
dlctalorlal govertunents with 
the reply. "We’ve got to deal 
with the people who arc 
there.” 


Regiment I 

To Parade | 

Members of the Canadian r 
Scottish Regiment, Princess s 
Mary's, will parade ta St An-'S 
drew's Presbyterian Church s 
Sunday for the 11 a.m. service, s 

The parade will leave Bay S 
Street Armory at 10.15 a.m. 


REV. JAMES MONTGOMERY | 

: Dimtar ta BMtaay S tto —I. Tmitto, M*e'« PtatavtaiM Dapu. 

1 WILL BE SPEAKING AT 

i 9.M a.m.—AaaaRl Suaday School Raly 
S.00 p.ni.—Cloataig BaHy of 8P CoaveatloH 
7m p.iii.—EvaagoHatie CHmaziag Service 

TIm BhStar Bpmks: 


IIJP B.l 

*TBB per SB ABB LOWtB SPBIBOS** 


Then Watch Out! 


But the ordinary dtlzena, 
•re people too and they are 
there. Can we not Insist that 
they get a square deal? For 
sooner or later a revolution 
comes and, 11 we have sup¬ 
ported the dictator, then watch 
out! 

If w are asked why we do 
not export values, are we sure 
that we have sufficient quan¬ 
tity for export? What goals do 
have for our economic 
progreaa? I have heard men 
with horrid blasphemy speak 
glibly about praiervlng "our 
way of Ufa" when they mean 
the preservation of "the ah 
mighty dollar” and the pro- 
te^on of their own prIvUegca. 

Have hualneatmen no re- 
sponalbUlty lor the ruthless 


devastation of the lovely fruit 
country of the Niagara Penin¬ 
sula In the cause of Industry? 
Have businessmen no respon¬ 
sibility tor the twaddle of 
television and the base ap¬ 
peals of advertising? 

We had better decide what 
our vslaea are and develop 
and preserve them. At a meet 
ing of young people' brought 
up In better than average 
Oiriatlan homes, it was gtn 
eially agreed that good and 
had were matters of indlvi- 
dual opinion. Fatigue. Inade¬ 
quacy, anxiety, alienation. 
mnd neurotic rootlessness are 
characteristics of our culture 
resulting In the escapism of 
alcohol, suldde, lust or — 
finally — war. 


Graham Film 
Here Sunday 

The public Is Invited to at¬ 
tend a showing of the new 
Billy Graham film. "Africa on 
the Bridge," at 7J0 p.m. Sun¬ 
day In the Evangelistic Tem¬ 
ple. Blsnshard and Queens. 


Monday, Oct. 17. «J9 pjn.— 

Men’s Fellowship Dinner Meeting 
Speakers; Hon. Rev. PMI GaglardI and 
Rev. James Montgomery 

GLAD TIDINGS TABERNACLE 

NwAto BmA Wfm« BiBiURtata AMRaMto* ta C*« 

WlllllimimiHimMimHIMIIHMMIHIIIIIIHHilHIlHMiHMMHMIHN 


Anarchy of Values 


lYABOCUCAt BBBB CBBBCB 


BABKDAIta BVABQ MJCAL 
r«5 CBUBCB 

mi RABBIVr BD. 
■DBD^ •caOOL. A.a AM. 


St. Lik*’* Chirch 


TBIXITT XVn 
A B.M -StaY Ctak—I 
11 M Bm.—Mtatta* 

TJA tYMBMi 


8T. LUKE'S DAY 
'niESDAY 
OCT. 18 

100th Annirtrsarf 

TJA B ■ Btay C to tai — iwi 
lAM B.M —Bta7 ObbmmhMmi 
A-M •.m.-^pMtal BwTtaN ta 
TtoBHktai»ton 

Brmkw: Bto Otm* ttos Amtoktotoap 
TtoMR HOT ktatkn ipMin BBcta 
vfll k* Bkmiwta ta Y.M pm. 
bbv. t. o. b. Bmp. bmut 


Coleridge defined beauty at 
unity In variety, but without 
faith and demanding a con- 
formlty which makes dissent a 
crime, we lack either unity or 
variety, but Inslaad suffer an 
anarchy of values and art In 
danger of cultural disintegra¬ 
tion. 

We do Indeed have great! 
values, but values cannot be 
merely Inherited; they must be 
earned. It Is not enough to be 
anticommunist NO one has 
a right tq condemn Commun¬ 
ism unless he has an equal 
passion lor social Justice and 
worships hts God arlth the 
M devotion a Communist 
worships Lenin and Karl Marx. 

Moat people In this country 
conduct their lives and make 
decisions as if God did not 
exist If we practice a soulless 
materialism, have we any right 
to condemn Communist m#- 
teriallsm? 

If It be retorted that tine 
principles do not work In busi¬ 
ness, labor unions or polities, 
let us remember that a Britlah 
general once remarked. "You 
cannot run India by the | 
Sermon on the Mount" The i 
British lost India! ^ 

ATLANTIC CITY. NJ. (API 
—The United Lutheran Church' 
in America voted 64040-1 Fri¬ 
day to approve a merger with 
three other Lutheran groups 
to form the Lutheran Chur^ 
of America. The other three 
•beady have given their ap- 
provaL 


Flowers were grown for plea, 
sure, along with fruits and 
vegailables. In ancient Egypt 

IMMAIUEL MP'niT IHUMR 

Wttmwmi ta OtaAiiMi 
tun. AMP C. BbsIU. BUL, BJU 
MtatoItT 
Miwta DImtar 
Mfb. iMktato OaNitota 
Orptatat. Bta Mtatrar 
n B-ta — 

“SUeat Laoki of Chridt” 

t.is SSI.— 

“The World U Not 
Yet Evaimeliaed" 


FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 

HMfb ta Mmm B««. «. B. litaf, B.Aw B.T1L. BBtata 

i. B. TBPtaRB. OrpBAtal mi Bto Btaw ta Mata* 

CtoBFtai PtkRtaR — l itaRr mi J«tan, AAA 
BrtoMTf mi BtatoiBtfi. II.M 

11.08—*nrHE VISION GLORIOUS** 

Ckanto BaraP*—Tittarta BwitBRRd mi BrtaMitaMi Wmmb' 8 auka 

7.30—*THREE YOUNG PBWLE 
BACK FROM EUROPE** 

LMtaB Barpatrpa. Jaaa MaOarmtok aaP Oraai Bakka 
Ttoa Cka^ Wttk a Braattoal Oan^ Maaiapa 



THE CHUBCH 
OF CHBKT 

lavHea you lo a aerlaa af 

GOSPEL 

MEETINGS 

Oct laao, iM pjfo 

Except Satardaya 

1«U> Ferawood BoU 

Speaker: 

JIM HAWKINS 

"We Speak Wbera 
Ike Hhle Speaks' 


EVANGELISTIC TEMPLE 

BtaaikirP ta BaaaM (Apataatoat Ba*. B. B. B. Tata# 

“AFRICA ON TNE BRINE” 

WITH BILLY GRAHAM 

la Artioii—la FaU Ceter 

SUNDAY AT 7J0 P.M. 

- COME EARLY 


CENTRAL BAPTIST 

ttt Paadsm Avw Rmr. R. D. R i hn sa, Rllk. F asise 

We Praach Christ CrucUled, Risen, and Coming Again 

8.45 ajB.—Skkday School for AD Ages 

II GJB,— OR. A. R. PYKE, I.Aw Th.D. 

Pastor of Central Baptist Church, London. Ont 

7.9a pjB.—^The Pastor WiD Speah 
"00NQI:EB1N0 despondency" 

Holding Forth the Word.of Life 


VICTORIA TRUTH CENTRE 

(Afftltata ItaaniDtlfl Haw Itoakptot AOtaMai 
*Ttom ta BB aaawar la tvanr praftr—a aalattaa ta trarr praktota'* 

BEV. EMMA IL SMILEY. Miaiater 

llA* sja.—AM I MY BROTHER'S REEFER?" 

* 11 ajn.—ChUd f sa's Cbarrh 

7Ji pjn.—"THIS AROVE ALL* 

Tuesday, EM p.m.—Heallag Meettag 
WrdneMlay, EM pja.—THESE THINGS ADDED” 
ALL WSLCOat US, rosT ST. 


2 CnUBTIAN AND MMBIONART = 

Salliance church s 


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a.s.—Traapaaa Otatrtat'* 
AJP p.a.—Taatk Partaaa 
1 PtaPy aaP Brayar 


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7M FORT STREET 

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ST. ANDBK WS PBE SBYTEBIAN CHCB CH 

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Ttoa Vary Ba*. A to. • Milsaa, CA. Ka. BA 
11 a-as.-"Thaagli ths EarHi Re Reiaoved" 


(1) 


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KINBDOM MINISTRY (Britlili • ItrteO 

NewaSsad BaR 7M Fort 84.. LaiMer. Mr. A A Frpar 
Speaker: MBS. W. FEBOL'SSON of Vawwaver 
Subject: "HEKALDKY, PART H" 

•ns wW UMw 

A Bright Meettag Every Sunday, 7.16 pju. 


VKTORU AND DISTRKT IRITISH MIAEL ASSN. 

s. Kieuwi ma. a, rw< suw. 
Tueeday, OcE U, at 746 pJU. 
ISEli SfMuker; Rev. A RLXTREL 

at Ladysm Mh 

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Aloinimenl 


EATON'S Own Brand 
Prestige Typewriter ‘ 


Dog Charge Starts 
Turks’ Death Trial 


A j»tui*dy. practical typauritcr for 
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features automatic tabulator, key 
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'' case. EATON Price, each 


YASSIADA. Turkey <L’PI» 
—The prosecution Friday de¬ 
manded the death penalty for 
former pi'esident Celal Bayar, 
former premier Adnan Men- 
deres and his 16-i^an cabinet 
as they went on rfial with 400 
members of their fallen gov- 


* * ♦ TT year-old ex pi'esidcnl. facing 

treason charges, was airused 
ITssll pocketing $ 2:000 from the 

r Ull I cnult\ of a state owned farm. 

^ • Vs prosecution claimed the 

r l$l* I dog. named Shorty, already he 

■*: longed to the state. It said the 

shaggy dog was worth only 
death penally for 18 ethers although an official of 
for violating the constitution farm said 200 sheep had to 
with such ids as firing on ^ P*y Bayar for the 

the student mobs who led the dog. 

overthrow of the government Bayar testified he used the 
by the army May 27. $2,000 to erect a patriotic 

AHAGGV IMMi monument In a country' village, 

-ru . . _ j Shorty was his per 

n, pr<»«-ut.on M.rtrd b> p„p.rtv 

trying Bayar for selling a 
shaggy Afghan dog it said be- FIKST SESSION 
longed to the state. It planned; Hearing of the dog charge 
to try Menderes next on monopolized the first session 
grounds he ordered an abor-'of the trial In a converted bas¬ 
tion for a TurkUh opera ketball court on thia rocky 
island 11 miles from Istanbul. 


SHORTY 
. illegal sale 


• Note: You may order the 
Prestige in various special 
typea at amall additional 
cost. 

KATON'N—SUttonery, ^aln P'Wwir. 

Phone EV 2-7141 


Menderes protested the 
wholesale trial, pleaded in a 
faltering voice for a chance 
"Just to talk." 

HKUl AIAINE 
Menderes begged the court's 
president and eight Judges 
"for a climate to improve my 
own morale my nerves are 
shattered." He said he had 
been in solitary' confinement 
for live months. 


t.xmnencel 

Gio.ec j 

VANDIIUII I 


EATON'S 

Hunting Season for Pheasant 
and Ducks Opens October 15th 


EATON'S 

SAnd Yenr RelativM and Friends Overseas 


Come to ElATON’S before you start on your annual hunting trip. See 
and buy the fine quality equipment made to last for many seasons, for 
accurate hunting. Check the list below ... choose from a large selection 
of all makes of rifles and shotguns, ammunition and hunting accessories. 
And remember . . . you can Budget^^harge your new equipment—with 
NO DOWN PAYMENT. 


B.C. Apples 
for Christmas 


WiRchister Shotgun, Modoi 12 

With pump action. Fires standard 2*4” shells, 
3-shot capacity. 28-inch barrel. In 12, 16 or 
20-gauge. Each 


VictorUf IvyK-overcd land- 
mark, the Empress HMel, so 
Isr this year has been the 
scene of more than 30 convem 
Uons. attended l^- some IJOO 
delegates, each spending a 
minimum of S30. 

AaaiaUnt hotel manager 
Charles Moore, the man re¬ 
sponsible for these gatheringt, 
la leaving this week on his an¬ 
nual dJOO-mlle trip down the 
west cosst to arrange for fu¬ 
ture conventtoni to uae the 
hotel as hesdquartars. 

As most organizations plan 
their conventions years ahead 
the retulta of this yaar’a trip 
may not appear In Victoria un¬ 
til 1967. 


HrniingitR Shotgun 

Model 870. 13-nuge, AA fA 
pump action. Each 99.9U 

Rofflington Shotgun 

Model 878. 12-gaugc. automatic 

Sir 127.50 

Romlngton Shotgun 

Bportsmaii's 38. 12- 6 C1 CA 
gauge. Each I O I .9U 


Tlf0lm£ Shotgun 

Model 300. single barrel. 30- 
gauge. EATON AA AC 
Price, each aO.SO 


WlmL Shotgun 

Model 400, l$-fau(e, Qi 
pump action. Each 

Saru^iola Shotgun 

12'gauge. double AC 
barrel. Each 


A delightful surprise for Chrialmai is this box of tasty 
apples—Box contains 33 B.C. Fancy-Quality Delirious 
apples delivered In England. Scotland and Northern 
Ireland at this price. Now la the lime to send your 
parcels and to be sure your food gifts arrive by Christ- 
maa, mail them through EATON'S. 

Orden takec at Fcaey Bismit Codater, C 9C 
Lower Mala Floor_Box, 9s£w 


6.30 p.m. 
Channel 6 


Value of cheques cashed In 
Canadian clearing centres was 
12 per cent higher In the first 
half of IMO. at n37.7ll9.940.. 
000 . 


Newspaper Advertising Stimulate Buying 


Sleeping Bags 

Choocc from an excellent aelertion of fine quality T 
U^tweighf. warm •'Cellacloud” fill Is mildew-resistant, 
resistant covering in red, blue, turquoise, a 4 
EATON Price, each 1 1, 


Nome Pamtahlnga BulMtng, 

PiMaa KV^7I4I 


ijgniwetgnt. waterproof -Syfiex Unned booU that wiU keep water out but 
•tin "breathe” for foot comfort. The leather abtorha very little water, dries 
out quickly without reducing the oil content or shrinking. Leather will stay 
soft and pliable. Other features include Vulcanized soles, ex¬ 
clusive seam-ieallng process, no nails or stitching and "Cat- gi Q f? 
Tread" soles. Chooae black or natural in sizes 6 to 12. Ankle- g ■% 

high boots, pair | 

10-inch high boots ip natural only. Pair 21.00 

EATON’S—Panilly H hoc Onter. Second Flonr. Phone EV t-TIll 


For One Week Only, October 15th to 22nd 
Get a Tony Day Sweater Without Charge 

If EATON'S fails to have the colour and size as listed in the Tony 
Day sweater you want! 

So check this ad carefully, then come to EATON’S for your Tony 
Day Sweater. If we do not have the size or colour (as listed) we will 
order it, and you will receive your sweater wlthoat eoet! 

Men’s Varsity ’’Como” Cardigan 

FuUy-faahloned lamhawool and "Orion" cardigan is machine washable. Styled 
with long sleovn. turn pockeU and contrasting trim. Small, medium, and 
large sizes in the following shades: 

* Charcoal Grey • Shade Grape • Olive • Scarlet |1 11^ 

* Huron Blue e Grey Heather • Camel. Each. ■ ■ aWW 

Remember ... If EATON’S doesn't have the size and colour you will receive 
your “Como" Cardigan without charge* 


Eaton's own brand. Berkley 
Thermostatically - c o n t r oiled, 
1.32(Vwatt Heatwatcher heater 
enahles you to have automatic¬ 
ally controlled heat in cool 
rooms, sickrooms, hall or In 
draughty comers. Attractive 
beige shade will blend with most 
room decors. Added safety fea¬ 
ture. the shut-off switch which 
automatically shuU heater off 
when it Is lifted or tipped over. 

EATON Price, each 


-Drlon” and mohair blend la machine washable. Styled with popular "D" nack- 
llne. long tleevea.Small, medium and large sixes In the following A AP 
shsdes: • Charcoal Grey • Charcoal Brown • Light Grey II lllfe 

• Loden Green • Beige • Wine • Gold-Colour. Each WaVW 

Remember ... If EATON’S doesn’t have the size and colour you will rscelva 
your Shag pullover without charge! 


Machine washable "Orion" and wool blend pullover will 
aleevet and smart "D" style neck. SmaU, medium, 
and large sizes. • Kootenay Blua • Grey Heather 
* Charcoal Grey • Beige. 


Mak* Sara Yaa Nava Saffidaat Ammaanioa 

easNik Staadard Laad 

iMMrial Laa( Raaga 

12 -gauge, box 

3.15 

12 'gauge. box 3.85 

M-gauge. box 

2.95 

Ifi-gauge. box 3.50 

39-fauge. box 

2.80 

20 -tauge. box 3.35 

Oaaaak 

HmVT LtMl ]2 gaug#, box 3a35 


ADNAN MENDERES 

ernm^nt bffor« a specixl high 
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Th^ court aiao asked the*' 

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EATON'S—Mao's Wear, Mala Plaar, Phooa EV 3-7141 


It Pays to Shop at EATON'S 


EATON'S—SmsB AppHanrea, Mato Floor. Iknne 


FumWitoxB BolMliig. 

EV 3-1141 


Store Hours. 9 a m to 5 30 p m daily 9 0 m to 9 p m Friday 
Tclcahonc EV2 7141 or Toll Free Zemth 6100 


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For Christmas Cards That Ara You— 

Shop Now at EATON'S 



Personalized 

Greeting 

Cards 


Choow from 20 large display 
books of Christmas greeting 
cards. Included in this wide selec¬ 
tion you will find religious, tra¬ 
ditional, tailored, ’modern, 
famous artist, and many other 
cards . . . choose the ones best 
iuited to express your sentiments 
and personal taste. Your cards 
will be beautifully printed with 
your name in the type you pre¬ 
fer and will be ready for Christ¬ 
mas mailing if you act now. 

Orders of 25 cards to 100 rar^ ^ 
aad eavetopes 


Choose your personalized 
Christmas Cards from 
sample books by these 
well-known makers. 

• Coutta Haltanark 
a BiMt-Craft a Vogae 

a SuMhliM a WhMe 
a IntemUoaul 
a Art Craft a Graat 
a ToothlUa a Hampton 
a Combo a Tjrma Wong 
a National 
a Man anS Bualnaaa 
a Paraonal Greetings 
a CaUfomla Arttala 
a Na Art a Um Art 


See them today at 
EATON’S Gift Wrap 
Booth, Second Floor 
(opposite the MUHnery 
Dr part meat). 


lit EATON'S 
Citloners’ Car Park 

Have your parceb delivered to the Customers’ 
park ready for you to take home. 

m HOURS FREE PARKING ^ 

When your Ucket U validated by any EATON caahitr. ^ 
Easy Parkhig la the Heart of Dowatowa ^ 



EATON'S 

Pharmacy 

Limited 

Your Mont CoDvenlent Onfre for ali Prr-* 

ftrrlptionft, Pharmaceutiral aod IMabftir 

Needa. 

R PrescriptionR (died promptly and accurately 
b>' graduate pharmacists, while you shop. 

R Have your doctor phone your prescription 
directly to us and we'll deliver it to your 
home. 

R Out-of-town ' orders given prompt attention, 
mailed the s^me cia> received. 

R Prescriptions from foreign countries given 
special service and attention. 

R And. of course, you may use your EATON 
Charge Account. 

EATON'S Pharmacy Umlted. Main KkMH’. 

Phoae EVS-7U1 



DuBARRY 





r ■ 1 

^up&rbe 

•w MM* 1 

1 

•y RIeharR Hudnut 

1 

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L. . 1 


large IR-oi. 
bottle 

Spe<'laf price 
each 


1 


50 


With Sili¬ 
cones to 
counteract 
detergent 
harshness. 


EATONT* Pharmacy Umlted. Main FWior, Phone KVS-7141 


EATON'S Repeat Offer 

Luxurious Fur- 
Trimmed Coats 

Ordinarily 119.95 to 149.50 

So successful last time offered, we searched the top 
markets for another group of these beautiful fur-trimmed 
coats! Exceptional values at the ordinary prices . . . out¬ 
standing values at this low sale price. Be early Saturday! 



• High FuMon Fsbricii, Mohair, Angora, Alpaca 

• High FMhkiB Oolouri, basics and blights 

• High FashioB Styles, classics, stand-up collars, 
novelty lines 

• All have full lining and chamois interlining 

• Sizes 8 to 18 In group. 

Each coat has a sumptuous full skin collar of 
Fox (snowtop beige or grey or Norwegian). 
Mink collars include Diadem-taupe Ranch or 
Pastel beige and Sapphire grey. Sheared natural 
or blond beaver collars are also available. 


EATON’S—Tortw SmMMi Floor. Phone EV t-T141 


Clears Discontinued Styles 
Fine Botany Wool Sweaters 




by 



^ w 7 /1 

1 27 High-Fashion Coiours! 

1 1 Ciassk and Noveity Styies! 



Off 

ORDINARY 

PRICES 


Only diMontinued ityles. tram this noted EngUdi 
maker, could make this outstanding Sale poasiMe! 
Lovely meaters In the finest ol botany yam. ahiink- 
resistant, moth realstanl for the Ute of the garment. 
Fully fashioned and finished with the most particular 
attention to matching pearUzed buttons on cardlgsnn 
snd novelty styles. Breathtskingly beautiful colours 
. . . ZT la sll . . . including such favourites as black, 
chocolate, white, sapphire, tade, aquamarine, red. 
apricot, yellow, grey, green, oink. 

Pullover. In sizes 34 to 40. Cardigans In sizes 36 to 42.. 


A. Ckanle Short- 
Sleeve Pullover. 
Ordinarily 7.95. 
Special, each 

D. Loag-Sleeve 
ClAMle Pane ver. 

Ordinarily 8.95. 

Special, each 


197 


B. Claaiie Lztag- 
Sleeve CanHgaa. 

Ordinarily 9.95. 
Special, each 

E. TIe-Colar 
^-Sleeve 
PuOover. 
Ordinarily 9.95. 
Special, each 


497 

497 


'O, 


C. Short-Sleeve 
Collared Fall- 
over. 

Ordinarily 8.95. 

Special, each 


F. Sailor Ckilar 
^-Sleeve 
failover. 

Ordinarily 9.95. 

Special, each 
EATONH Wportswmr, Hecood Ploor, Ptiooc EV 2-1141 



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(ESTABLISHED ItM) 



VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1960 


PAGE THIRTEEN 


Teen-Afrc Drinking 

Will Home Sip 
Cut Curiosity? 


Institute 

Hears 

Student 

A Victoria GnOe 12 
■tudrnt fugzested yester¬ 
day that parents should let 
their children hav“ “a little 
Wt” of liquor In the home; 
“ao they won’t do it out- 
iide.” 

Heather Thonuon of St. 
Ann'f Academy, taking part 
hi a panel diacuulon at an In¬ 
stitute on akoholiam at Royal 
Jubilee HosplUI. laid she 
thought teen-agers who started 
drinking did ao because 
’’they're curious and want to 
know what It's like.'' 

LET THEM KNOW 

*1 don't think parents should 
lust say Its forbidden, but let 
them know esactly what It la," 
she said. 

After attending me insUtutc 
aU day with Grade 13 repre¬ 
sentatives from University 
School and St. Louis College— 
student dslegstss sought from 
the public high schools were 
not present—Miss Thomson 
also thought "there ought to 
be more centres to help alco¬ 
holics." 

ADULTS AGBEK 

About 40 adults at the in¬ 
stitute, sponsored by the Vic¬ 
toria branch of the Canadian 
klenlal Haalth Association and 
directed by the Alcohollsra 
roundation of &C. In coopera¬ 
tion with Greater Victoria 
baaith units, agreed. 


^Travel Lodge ^ 
Planned in City 

Preliminary plans have been filed at city hall 
for a 50-room, two-storey “Travel Lodge” between 
Douglas and Burnside near their Intersection. 
Coat Is estimated at $250,000 to $500,000. 

Plans include terraces a swimming pool, a 
dining room and a licensed lounge facing on a 
patio, and a beverage room. 



Broadside slide of car on left into 
oncoming car in background, on Els- 
qidmalt Road last night, sent three 


men to hospital with minor injuries. 
—(Colonist photo.) 


Pay Increases ^Unjustified ^ 

Scurrah Solidly Backs 
Hold-Line Plea to Labor 


Four Years 

Given 

Mainlander 

Vancouver man Clarence 
WUOam Kraft was sentenced 
to four years In the provincial 
peidlentlary when he appeared 
In Assise Court yesterday 
before Mr. Justice A. a| 
Macfarlane. 

He had been convicted i 
earlier by a 13-man Jury of 
breaking, entering and theft 
last March 13 at People's 
Credit Jewellers. 1104 Douglas. 


Victorian Aaron Anselm 
CBrien, also convicted by a 
jury of Indscent assault on a 
young ghi was to have been 
sentenced, but Mr. Justice 
Macfarlane s^cd more time 
to consider the case. O'Brien 
was remanded to Tuesday at 
10 ajn. 



Sideivays Skid 

Broadside Crash 
Shakes Up Six 

One man was admitted to. Sent home after treatment 
hospital and five others wer«i*l ^ Joseph's Hospital for 

' . .__ . —.ihtulUple lacerations to the 

cleared by doctors when a carj ,orrt,oad was PhUlp PauL 38. 
skidded sideways into thej west Saanich Road, a pamen- 

f ;p«th of another on Esqulmatt ger, thrown into the wind* 
Rood near the E A N under* j *hieW of a car driven by hla 
pass at 9JO last night 

m good condition at HMCS ,T3H Wes Ss^h. The driver 
Naden Hospital with cuts and *" 

abrasions Is Pte. R. W. Morri-| Tvn> hitch-hikers In the back 
'son. Work Point a passenger,saat of the convertible. Bob 


ronvertible driven by 
I Pte. Donald Winston Evans, 
Work Point Evans was re¬ 
leased from Naden hoopllal 
after a checkup. 


McLean. 700 -block Cralg- 
fknver. and Mike BanfleM. 843 
Cralgllower. ware uninjurad. 
The Evans car had just started 
again alter picking them up 


Murdoch Pessimistic 
About Resolution 

Mayor Percy Scurrah will “vote with both 
hands,’’ he said yesterday, for a Saanich reso¬ 
lution urging labor to hold the line this year 
on wages. i 

_ j ' "matked" salary increases this 

The r««>lulion. pawed after ^^a economic 

Saanich council finance com’ I situation. He said. however» 
mlttee discussed the demand of \ that "little adjustments" might 
Greater Victoria teachars fori’* wsrrantod. 
a 13-par-cent salary Increase, | Speakl^ ip^tlcally of the 
... . , Greater Victoria teachers re¬ 

ts expected to come before- ^ 

Greater Victoria Intemuni-Urs had received an adequate 
eipal committee next Friday. |lncrtase last year, and there 
Of municipal leaders In the,shou^'t be any increase this 

ares. Mayor Scurrah was the' ^**'’' _ 

most vehensant on the pro¬ 
posal. I 

ABMOLUTELY OPPOSED | 

"I sure will support it!" he. 
said. 'Tm absolulely opposed 
to any Increase this year for| 
anybody, and particularly the 
teachers. I think Increases 
would be unreasonable and un- 
tuslifled. 

"I intend to oppose to the. 
utmost of my ability any In- 
creaaea thli year. The tax¬ 
payers are paying all they can 
bear. 

"If It comes about, and thare 
are Increases, the money ought 
to come from other aources. We 
wUI have to have a broader 
tax base of some kind." 

NOBLE OESTUBE 
Reeve George Murdoch of 
Oak Bay wasn’t opUmiiUc. 

The Saanich ra^ution. he 
said, "la a noble gesture If we 
can get tha unions to agree— 
but we haven’t been surceaiful 
ao far." 

He indicated ha will have 
more to lay at the Intermunl- 
cipal meeting: "I have my own 
opinions but don’t want to 
jump the gun. We like to work 
together on thooe things." 

LITTLE ADU8TMENT8 
Reeve A. C. Wurteic of 
Fsqulmalt aald his personal 
opinion Is that It arould be 
unwise for teachers' groups or 
labor unlono to ssk for 


Police Keep Eye on All Exits 


Gunman Still at Large, 
Chief Warns City Shops 

The 940 armed holdup of a Prior, after owner John many years this winter because 
c,ty grocery store Thursdsy Maloney was held up by a of the unemployment situation, 
I night remained an unsolved youth brandishing a pistol. he saM. 


Venture Pilot 
Given Wings 

Sub.-Lt. M. F. Churchill. 1380 P®"®* ■' P"” 

RockUnd. one of the first 

RCAF’lralned pUoU to gradu- Police were koeplng an eye 
ate under the Venture pro-ion all Vancouver ItUnd ferry 


e * a 1 Homeownen were aiso urged 

Store ownera and aervice ata-'f® their houaea locked and 
tlon operatora were warned by;t»ot to leave valuables about, 
dty Police Chief John Black-: Anyone aeeing loitn^rs or 


BCE Issue 

PUC 

Eyes 
Return 

The B.C. Electric, treed by 
the Supreme Court of Canada 
to Increase Its rates at wtU 
within a "fair return" of 6.5 
per cent on Its operations, may 
soon again be restricted. 

The Public Ulilltlea Commis¬ 
sion, which established the 65- 
per-cent rate In 1952 and r» 
affirmed It In 1958 but held 
It could lake other factors Into 
consideration In ruling on B.C. 
Electric appllcatioiu. has In¬ 
formed dty council It now con- 
I alders it necessary to rescind 
!the fair-return ruling. 

NO DATE SET 
Dr. Henry F. Aiiggi of Vw 
couver, chairman of the PUC, 
told the Odonlal last night a 
hearing will he baU but ns 
date has yat been set. 

Asked why tha PUC feels 
the fair-return ruling should 
be readnded. Dr. Angus said. 
"I don't think I want to dlacuao 
a reason when we're going to 

CliATge in dty police court yenterday that an;have a hearing about It” 
accused man was being held improperly by dty police,, on merits 
levelled by lawyer David Hummel, brought a sharp- Resdnding the ruling, say 
rejoinder from Magistrate William Ostler. !dty legal otflciala, would have 

the affect of obliging the B.C 
such action by the police. ilHectric to take each proposed 



Don’t Believe It-Magistrate 

Police Hold Client 
To Build Case, 
Lawyer Charges 



grun. rtcently recMved hit,terminals following reports atock yesterday against keep-prowlers after dark should call 
wings from Co imodore J. V. that s two-tone. 1906 or 1957 Ing large sums of money on the pollct. he sakL I 

Brock, assistant chief of naval car with California llcence|their buslneas premiaes after Vancouver Police Chief 

'plates wsi seen leaving from,dark. George Archer Issued a tlmilar 

Previously Venture pilots ihe *ront of the Bu^y Bee< Victoria could be In for one warning to Vancouver buslnesn! 

trained with the UB. Navy. grocery store. HUlslde and’of the worst crime waves In.apersiors. i 


Bv Peter Bruton 


Gipital Notebook 

Quietest Engine on Road 


C. L. •BUZr’ FRASER 

a a a 

Seen 

In 

Passing 


Mr. Hummel eppeered as de¬ 
fence counsel for Sidney lYsv- 
era. 23. of 975 Fairfield, 
charged with poaaesalon of 
•tolen property—88 rings val¬ 
ued at about $L0IXI. 

When the case was called 
yesterday T- P. O’Grady, dty 
prosecutor, laid he was unable 
to go on at that time with a 
trial and "must ask rdudantly 
for a remand to a convenient 
day next week." 

"I must object." said Mr. 
Hummel. "... If my Informa¬ 
tion la correct the police did 
not. when they charged this 
maa have a case against him. 
They allH do not." 

How can you uy that?’ 
asked Maglatrate Ostler. 
There has been no sworn cvl- ’ 
dence presented.' 

Mr. Hummel asked why the 
prosecution was not ready. 

"Investigation la not cohi- 
pleta." Mr. O’Grady aald. "To 
go ahead now would be fatal 
to our case." 

At this point Mr. Humnael 
proteated police action In 
'holding a man while they 
bulk) a case against him. 
Keeping a man in jail to un 
earth facta la wrong. 

Mr. Hummel suggested the 

own had no evidence the 
rings were stolen. 

"If accused were hgld In 
Jail while the police were 
building a case," said Magla-I 
Irate Ostler, "1 would hastily | 
agree with what you say. How¬ 
ever. Fm quite 


or transit rata 
the PUC on Its 


simply do not believe it . . .-leje*^®’*!' 

Mr. O'Grady aald accuaeq | 
had been arrested “on reason- 
able and probable grounds." 

trial date, which Would be, LL-CoL A. R. Ritchie. Cana- 
peremptory, and Travers wai-dian Army deputy provost 
release on hla own racog. nuushat will Inspect provost 
nizance to appear then. facilities In Victoria Monday. 


Real Bit of Old England 
Will Light City Green 

A genuine "little bk of old Kngiaad"—a gas strsiet 
■aatein from Walsall, near Birmingham—will be iMlalled 
Ml me giWB beside the VIrtorta and Island PubIMty 
Bureau. 

VIetorla street-Hglittag superintendead Bsnnfth BeM 
was gfvea the lantern on a vacatloa trip la England and 
f4ty ronnrll has acrepted H for lasdalhHon la Ha aew 
localton. 


Canvassers Delay 


O’Grady, a raaponaible Crown 
officer, would not countenance 


Only $800 for Day 
Hurts Chest Hopes 

Hope* that the Graaler Vic-, the payroll and meuslrlal can- 
“4: "ST i Community Cheat toulivaaacs before the residential 
•ure rar. ki* ci/vt/vwk *k{. «ea*ak .$.4*.. «—»— \aj.^ _ 


Chinatown 


AIX HANDS TO THB 
PUMPS: Colonlat automobile 
editor J. T. Joneo rushed fran¬ 
tically around yesterday taking 
care of all Ihe details of ac¬ 
cepting a new car—inaiirance, 
payment, servicing, — every¬ 
thing. Then he happily piled 
'ihia wife and son Into It and 
whirled off around the city. 
He was abruplly reminded of 
one forgotten detail when the 
engine coughed and qylt. Out 
of gas. 

W * * 

FOKTUNE COOKIE: The 
fortune teller and myatk who 
will be In attendance at the 
Victoria Chinatown Lions (^ub' 
festival next week is named 
Rene. 


Note to City Publicists: 
Treasure Isle Castro’s 


be In charge of educating my 
grandson." aald (he lieutenant- 
goveimor. "I’m happy to aay 
the little chap la now asleep 
upstairs.” 

Earlier, 14-months-old An- 

Castro, informs us that the] Treasure Island by none other thony. son of Vancouver law- 
Isla de Pinos (The Isle of I than Robert Louis Stevenson. I yer John Pfswfces. had that. 
Pineal has for many yeara Well, we haven't had our,tered the peace of Government 


C. L. "Buss" Praaer talking 
about furniture. (A real estate 
salesman, ho lives at 361 
Lampson with his wile. Mary. 
His favorite pastimes are 
water skiing and gardening) 
. .. Frank .MerrtfleM perform- 
at Ihe swearing-in ceremony i ’*’• magic tricks at the 
at Government House. | . . . Shirley Ptders driv- 

"So you’re the man who will SWn'y • • «>«•- 


been advertising 
Treasure Island, 
ccntly appropriated by our 
publicity bureau. 

It would certainly seem 
their point It well taken. 

The car ferry upon which 
one travels to the island, 35 
aoaihwest of 


Itself as revaiulion yet anyway, 
term re- ^ ^ ^ 


House with several loud wails 


CUBA SL VICTORIA NO!:, u.™*. 

Better be on Ihe lookout lor 
the first sign of bearded 


DAFFY DILLS: Come what IX)L'D SPEAKER; Stormy 
may the Jayceea will stage petrel Btn Scott la efferinf to 
another Easter egg hunt in' be the lint speaker when the 
Beacon Hill Park next year. I open-air forums begin In Bea- 
But they’ve started pjannlngjcon HUI Park. 

Cuba'^ event already in order t^ This Is his natural right, 
proper. Is named Mv. Trea.u»if®“ I" because he was boro 

Isls^ the. main resort U ei; IV’<^®‘««’"V*' 

Colony of Treasure Island. ai»“®J* ,*® "’'P'"* *"• Wrihday. 

leading ranch is the R.nchoi*’'*^ *' »®® »*«» 

a a a 


bandits in the Sierra del Sooke. 


I Gun Club. 


GUIDING HAND: Uealea- 
laat-Governor Oearge Prorkes 
The Cuban Tourist Commis-j Last, but not least, the Isla had a special word lor Edacs- 
sioii. rtorganlzed by one Fidtl dc Plnot was immortalticd as Baa Ml Mater Laalia Pateraoa 


Many people feel the honor 
of first man on the soap box 
should go to a member of the 
Socialist Party of Canada, 
which, after all. thought up the 
idea and actively aoM it to alty 
councU. 


Moggridge helping a neighbor 
who forgot her door key . . . 
Mrs. Jane Kelly hard at work 
In her beauty shop . . . Buaa 
Bownilt checking a chimney 
Jack H en dsr s sa giving 
customer a helping hand . , 
Jack Flalifr selecting a roast 
Gary Taylor checking 
suits on Oak Bay High School’a 
swimming gala . . . Bay Karr 
making up tor a bad bowling 
night with a good one ... 1 
Pollard accepting a wedding 
invitation. 


Gty Airman 
Promoted 

Only RCAF pilot on the re¬ 
cently-completed Venture pro¬ 
gram pilots' course, PO INtuI 
A. Phinipa, son of Mrs. R. G. 
PhilUpa. 938 Claremont, was 
recently promoted to Dying 
officer. 


Festival 
To Aid 
Varsity 

Victoria University Building 
Fund will benefit from Vic¬ 
toria Chinatown Lions' Club's 
Lantern Festival to be held In 
the Club Sirocco Thursday. i 
BeauUtul and exotic Orien-j 
tal coatumca have been Im¬ 
ported from Hong Kong for 
the festival pageant. "Kwok! 
Yce’s Special TOIh Birthday 
Celebratlona." 

ExhlMtiona of Chinase watar 
color painting, Chineaa hand, 
writing and judo will be given 
during the day and night and 
a fortune teller Will be dn' 
hand. 

Tlcketa win carry chances 
on six door prtaes—three spirit 
dolls, a huge food hamper, sur. 
prise bombs and a Mlaa Yum 
Yum doU. 

The festival will begin at 3 
p-m. Mrs. Percy Scurrah will 
offlciaUy open the function at 
2.15 p.m. and doors will close 
at 5 p.m. They will reopen 
from 7 to 11 p.m. 


would hit 9100X100 this week drive begins Wednesday, 
were dashed yesterday when Canvaasers — volunteers — 
only about 9800 was received the Up- 

at Chest headquarter*. i lands and southern Saanich 

"We are dUappolnted that area*, 
returns this week have been 
slow oominx in from canvas* 

■era.** Bernard Van Aggelen. 
campaign chairman, said last 
night. Total to last night was 
$67,780. 

He said canvassers are hold¬ 
ing dofiations. made earlier 
this waek. until they have tin* 

Uhed their canvasses. Earlier, 

Chest officials appealed to all 
cshvsssers to send In dona- 
tlms as soon as they were re¬ 
ceived. 

‘The returns that have come 
In have been above the aver’ 

I age for the same people bimI 
I firms last yedr." Mr. Van Ag¬ 
gelen pointed out. 

He said officials hope to end 


Car Crash 
Hurts Cyclist 

Firwra-yrar-oM cyclist 
MkliaM Hartley, ITS Cook, 
was la “fairly good" c«MH- 
Uon at M. Joseph’s Haspl- 
iBl hMl Mght wllh leg la- 
jaries aad maMple facia) la- 
juries sfler s M^ele-e s r not- 
Mon st Guadra and View. 

Driver of Ike far was V. 
I. Hint, 1548 Cnlsr Hlfi 
Cross Rosd. 


Vancouver Area 


Students, Counsellors 
Join Fleet on Cruise 

Four navy warships from-100 representatives from the 
Eaqulmalt today will crulae Vancouver area. 

famlUsriutlon exerclae for the ,„g ,bo,ni ,h, (rig- 

benefit of 185 atudentx. prin- ate HMCS New Glasgow will 
cipala and gukkmce counsel- be SS high school rrpreaenU- 
kH*. I Uvea from the Calgary area. 

TTte daatroyer-ascort HMCSj The ships will leave Vancou- 
iSt. Laurent and the trigatelver at H) aja. and reture 
HMCS Beacon HIU will have I there at 3 p.m. 


























































































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Oct 11 

PALACE OF HOLYRtXlD- 
HOUSE — The Queen and the 
Duke of Edinbucfh drove to 
St. Giles' Cathedral this morn¬ 
ing to attend a service of 
lhanksgivint to mark the 
fourth centenary of the Scot¬ 
tish Reformation. 

The Queen's Bodyguard for 
Scotland, the Royal Company 
of Archers, under the com¬ 
mand of Lieutenant-Colonel 
the Earl of Alrlle. was on duty 
outside the cathedral. 

Her Majesty and His Royal 
Highness were received upon 
arrival at the west door of the 
cathedral by the Right Rev. 
Principal J. R S. Burleigh 
(moderator of the General As¬ 
sembly of the Church of Scot- 
bndL 

Her Majesty and His Royal 
Highness were present this 
afternoon at the opening of 
the General Assembly. The 
Queen, having been welcomed 
by the moderator, addressed 
the assembly. 

On the conclusion of the 
ceremony. Her Majesty, ac¬ 
companied by His Royal Hlgh- 
nasa, drove Id Usher Hall and 
was received by Mrs- WlUlam 
Hay (president of the Wo¬ 
man's Guild). 

‘Dm Queen addressed the 
members of the guild and 
lalcr, artth the Duke of Edin¬ 
burgh, returned to the palace. 
Her Majesty and His Royal 
Highness gave a dinner party 
at the Palace U Hoiyrood. 
house this evening. 

The Queen and Duke of 
Edinburgh subsequently held I 
an evening reception, 
woe 

Oct. 12 



P 


ERSONAL 

]y|ENT10N 


four months travelling through Western , 
and England by car, Dr. and Mrs. Andrew Gillespie have re- Pltt-Tumer 


Coffee Pnrtv » 

Mokes $71 -REDuaRstow 

MIRAClf 

MANO 

MARGARINE 


Mm. R. L. McQuarrte. 29r 
Island Highway was hostess' 
at her home recently for All 

_ Saints’ Women's Auxiliary 

coffee p»rty at which $71 was 
Europe realized. Pi^ident, Mrs. G. W. 

received guests.. 


turned to their home on Monterey Avenue. 


That Happy Look—Vls(»unt Aafor, 
53, and his 29.year.old bride, model 
Bronwen Pugh, have a laugh at his 
residence in Cliveden, England, to¬ 


day. They w.ere married in London 
earlier.—(AI^ Wlrephoto by radio 
from London.) 


Mr. and Mrs. Plaxton 
Married at Langford 


In an evening ceremony in. white lace and taffeta fashion.i gowni were ballerina length 
Gordon United Chucyh. Lang ed Into a full-length gown with | and they carried bouquets of 
fiird, recently, Mias Patrida | fitted bodice, tquare neckline, | white and yellow camaUoni. 
Irene King became the bride'lily point sleeves. Her veil was Flower girl. Miss Diana Fraier 
jof Mr. Bruce Campbell PIax-{ chapel length. Red roeea atvd|wore t pale green perty frock 
Ion. I white carnations were In her and carried yellow roac buds. 

I Rev. Gordon F. Dangerfleld ‘ bouquet. 

PALACE OF HOLYROOD^ ‘i ">» Atlenoing the bride 


Cue$lii at Wedding ' 

Out-of-town guests at the Campbell-White wedding on 
Friday evening were Mr. and Mrs. A. Blunt, Honeymoon Bay. 
B.C., Mrs. Claud Wheeler, Peggy and Joe Wheeler. Seattle. 
Mr. and Mm. C. Elliott, Chilliwack and Mr. and Mrs. J. 
Petcoff, North Vancouver. 

* * * 

W'edding in Princeton 

Mr. M. Boas. 1239 Tattersal. has returned from Princeton, 
B.C.. where he attended the wedding of Mr. David Mulder of 
Victoria and Misa Bonnie Taylor. Mr. Boas’ son. Mr. Henry 
Boas who has been spending the summer at Quick. B.C.. with 
the Forestry Service, was best man. The newlyweds are now 
making their home in Victoria, ‘the groom, son of Mr. A. J. 
Mulder. Queens Avenue, is a graduate of the University of 
British ColumbU. 

* * * 

Partie$ Before Wedding 3 

Mrs. J. Houston entertained at her home, 1211 McKenzie 
Street with a trousseau tea to honor her daughter. Mils Lil¬ 
lian Houston, whose marriage to Mr. Richard McCarthy takes 
place this weekend. Assisting were Mrs. K. VanWart. Mrs. J. 
Hill and Mrs. G. Nixon. More than 40 giMsta were present. 

Folknvlng the wedding rehearsal Friday evening, Mlaa 
Houston and Mr. McCarthy were guests of honor at a buffet 
supper at the home of the bride’s parents. Present were Mr. ; 
and Mrs. J. Houston. Mr. Jack Houston, Mr. and Mrs. D. 
Moriarty, Mias Heather Morley, Mr. and Mrs. W. Plant. Mr. 
and Mrs. A. Smith and Mr. E Smith. 

* * * 

To Marry in Quebec 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Saint JacquM of SiUery, Quebec, have 
announced the engagement of th^r daughter, Helene, to 
Capt. Daniel P. Harrison, Royal Canadian Signal Corpa, son 
of Mm. W. J. Sullivan, 448 Admirals Road, Victoria. Capt. Har¬ 
rison Is at present serving In Egypt with the Canadian forces. 
The wedding date will be announced later. 

* ★ * 


Conveners were Mm. H. Cul-i 
Ung, Mm. R. J. R. Stephens! 
and sMrs. R. L. McQuarrie. 1 
Home baking stall was handled 
by Mrs. W. Duva) and Mm .' 
A. Boyle. Servem were Mm. 
JL W. P. WinkeL Mrs. H.: 
Lauritzen and Mm. E. J. Wil¬ 
son. In charge of the kitchen! 
was Mm. R. Winter with Mrs.! 
E Bromwich. Mm. C. R. Jack-; 
men was silver collector. 


NO. 84 1 

Unity Chapter, No. S4. Order 
of the Eastern Star, will hold 
a tea and bazaar on Saturday, 
Oct. 15, In the Coldstream Hall. 


A Very Extraordinary 

Event Continues! 



J 


I The groom, son of Mr. sod 
Mrx. J. .M. Ptaxton. 1315 Rich- 


■OUSE-Th* Queen end the 
Duke of Edinburgh visited Kln- 
eurdlnc generating sUtlon this 
•ftemoon end were receivad 
upon krrtval by the Earl of 
Elgin and Kincardine (Heri 
MaJeaty-a Lieutenant lor the 
Obunty of File.) 

Her Majesty, accaropanted 
by HU Royal Highness, de¬ 
clared the station open and un- 
veiled a eommemorallve 
plaQuc- 

-nie Queen and the Duke of 
Edinburgh toured the bulld- 
biga and Uter drove to TuDUI- 
Ian Castle to visit the Scottish 
PoUce COMegi. 

Her Majesty and HU Royal 
Highness subsequently toured 
the coUege and Uter left by 
motor car for I^rthshlre. 

The Countees of Euston. Lt- 
CoL the Kt. Hon. Sir Michael 
Adaone and Squadron I,eader 
Henton Carver were bi kttend- 


whlch Mr. SUiUey ^rtn wt|n«tron (.f honor Mrs. D - .rtson Street, had' Mr. Lloyd 
toloUt. accompanied by Mrs.lion In nU« ir~n; bridMtnalda 


Vern 


Nlmmo. The bride, daughter of Mias Pearl Larson in tur- 
Mr. and Mm. F. G. King, 2860'quoise and MUa Geraldine i ^ 

Peact Road, was gown^ ln|Pearse in lemon yellow. Their ‘ 


Failes and Mr. Stanley 
uahem. 

‘ Following the reception the 
'Wedding couple left' for a 
hopeymoon up . Island. For 
I traveUlng, the bride wore a 
I blue suit with beige fleck, 

I beige accesaoiies. a short fur, 
jacket and pink carnation cor¬ 
sage. 

Mr. and Mrs. Plaxton will 

Mlaa Marguerite Do Iron, with yellow rosebuds, centred i 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo'the bride’s Uble Mrs. J. J. 

DenU Dolron. 2215 Florence GlUls of Vancouver made Out-of-town guests at the 
Street, was united In marriage and decorated the cake. ! wedding were Mr. and Mrs. R. 

with Mr. Alfred Clement Du-i For a honeymoon In the Hulsh. Mrs. O. Walters, Mrs. 
Mont. Terrace, ac., son of | United States the new Mrs. 

Mr. and Mm. Marc DuMont. I EHiMont travelled In a sable 
Kerecnoes. aC. In the Chu*ch' toned suit with royal blue 
of Our Lady of Lourdes on|accessories and corsage of 
Saturday at noon. Rev. Father Johaima HIU rbees. 


Marguerite Doiron 
Bride of A. C. DuMont 


Ckriitening in Vancouver 

Several VirtorUni travelled to the mainland at the week- ' 
end to attend the chrUtening of the four young aona of Mr.'l 
and Mra H. B, Knapp of New Weatminatar In Glenayre . 
United CSturch Sunday. The children arc Howard Bruce, aix: 
Paul Andrew, four, and Peter Matthew and Steven Jamea, ' 
IS-month-oM twlna. Among thoae attending from Victoria ^ 
were the boya’ grandporenU. Dr. B. E Knapp and Mra. Knapp \ 
and Mr. and Mra. Waller BeuteUpacher; Bruce'a godparenU, « 
Mr. and Mra. Sciimgeour, and Lieut Harry Beutel and Mra. | 
Beutel. godparenU for Steven. Mr. James Knapp. Victoria, . 
warn aUo present. Paul's godparenU are Mr. and Mrs. S. E| 
Knapp of West Vancouver, while Peter's godparents are Mr. ~ 
and Mrs. Peter Langdon of North Vancmiver. Following the, ^ 
ceremony a luncheon wai held at the parenU' home. Other,-* 
guests were Mrs. A. WheUn, Burnaby: Mr. and Mrs. J. Rom- < 
pelman and the MUaea Judy and Anna Rompelman. J 


UJerJ LUILSOn 

SALE 


ft's a Season-End Clearance of Stock 
from Our Summer Shops at Banff and 
Lake Louise . . , Offered Here and Now 
in a Very Wonderful Sale! 


MEN 


D. SutherUnd, Mrs. F. Ran¬ 
som of Vancouver; Mr. and 
Mra. D. iCent, North Burnaby; 
and Mr. and Mn. J. Da^ 
Parkaville. 


J. Planet a eeUbratad 
nuptial maaa. 

t ^ brida, given in marriage 

The I^ke of Edlnbuiyh. al- ^ ^er Ulher, wore a Ohny 
fown of nyton sheer over 
^ Sevw virtad the Onl- ,e„„.«ooped neck 

eeralty ot EdUiburgh this „„ outlined with hand cut 
iMce flowers xparkUng with 
•• rttlneotone,. A band of teU 

H »r Edward Ap^^ (Prin ^ow encircled 

i fbe empire waUt and the 
I skirt was fuUy hooped. Her 
the gliding and U^ ^ headpiece was a satin bow let 
to the new sMineering , hand of seed pearls: 

bu^ng. , : »™* eetiuln* her chapel; 

pe Duke of Bdlrturgh 

y^uenU) opened 0- newj^ g^e carried 

fchool of Agriculture and on-;, ^ook lopped with 

toeebuda and feathered chrye 

TTwOtUeof MInb urgh Uter anthemuma. 

at the Palace of Halyroodhouse I 

pieacntad owirda to hoya and; Mrs. M. Vanderbyl. malron- 
gtrU srtio have reached t h el of honor, and MUa Carol Anne 
Gold Standard in HU Hoyal' Yalloway. Junior bridesmaid 
Highness's Award Scheme. ,for her cousin, wore orchid 
ST. JAMSrs PALAd^e-The,toned dresses and carritd 
Duchass at Glouotater, aa prasi- white ebrysenthemuma. 
dent of lha North Midland. Mr. Paul DuMont of Terrace 
Region of the Women's Volun-1 was beat man for hU brother 
Ury Service for Civil Defence,:and Mr. Robert DoMont. Ter- 
laday visited the flood damage race, another brother, end Mr. 
at Horncastle. Uncblnshlre. jpaul DuMont, the groom'p 
Mr. Cedric HoUand was Ini nephew from Keiemoea, acted 
attendanee. {as ushers. 

* . * * ! A reception was held al the 

COPPINS. Iver. The.gi,], England Inn where a 
Duchesi al Kent IhU afternoon, three tUred cake, decorated 

visiled the annual exhibition-- —- 

of the Army Art Soriety of britaNMA BRANCH 
which Har Royal Highness Ui 

patron, at die Commonwealth' Mrs. A. Jones and Mra. A. 
Inatltule |Syrett were presented with 

The Lady ConaUnce MUi^ [Tw«"y five Year pins by Mrs. 
Gaakel was in attendance. H. F. JarvU at the recent meet- 
__ Ing of ih« Ladle*’ Auxliiar>' to 

BOMB MANOB 

, ^ ^ dian Legion. Mra. M. Williams 

At Ih# recent Open House' SecreUry, Mra. D. 

held at Rose Manor, guesu McCulloch was welcomed back 
anjoyed lea and were •*<owml,„„ , t^lp to the BritUh Isles, 
tfcreugh the home. GUIs re-1 nn,! .^rangemenU were made 
celved duij^ the day included. Jo,. ,he ,„nual bazaar to ba 
llowara, fruit, books and >!held in the auditorium Thura- 



SKYLIQHTERS 

DAICE 

TOMlINTi UI till 11 

White Eogto Hall 
(itiMw* MS o«.a at.) 
Adiiiisalun Igg Par P e raa o 


' Evecir W o ter da y Nig h t Per P opo l a r 

DINNER DANCE 

Lm Johnaoo’s Orcheotra 

CHEZ MARCEL 


Your chanco to add smart 
Quality to your wardrobe 
lor the fall and winter sea¬ 
sons . * . and such savings! 


SUITS 


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ANY BLANKET 

HALF PRICE 





OMy 


BVtttbl 

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total of 2200 in cash for thci 
library project. Among thoae 
who attended were Mother || 
Superior of St. Joaeph'a Hoa-. 
piUl. Mrs. W. A. C. Bennett,, 
nembera of the City CouneU.;| 

OBDBB or TUB PUBPIJC 

The DORP met recently all] 
tha Elks Home when a new 
member was InitUted. P. R L. 
Smith spoke on the ceremon¬ 
ies of the •TravelUni Gevel" 
she attended at Port AlbernI 
Lodge. The order will hold a 
ChrUtmaa tao and aaU at the 
Blka Home Dec. 3. 


Oct. 20. et 2 p.m. 



A Moinent deeply comiortbf 



A beautiful afid dignifled 
funeral creates memories 
that sustain and solace, 
helping time soften the 
sorrow of loss. 

Years of devoted service 
have built our repuutlon. 


Hayward’s Chapel 

7S4 BROUGHTON — EV S-Sfi06 


The Hayward Family 


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CHECK THESE FEATURES 


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That Yoiir Wife? 


She’s Miieh Younger 

c 


Tot Puts John D in Place 


PRINCE albert (CP)~A 
•olemnfaccd lltU* girl put 
Prime Minister John Diefen- 
bsker In his place Prlday night 
' o-to the delight of the prime 
minister's wife. 

'^Oh my. but she certainly 
put me In my place all right.” 
the prime minister admitted 
ruefully as be told of the en- 
counter, which occurred when 
a group of children clustered 


around a car taking Mr. and 
hfrs. Dlefenbaker to a public 
function. 

The girl, about five, peered 
through the window and sol¬ 
emnly surveyed the 65-year- 
old prime minister, then 
turned an admiring glance on 
Mrs. Diefenbaker. who be¬ 
lieves in exercising a woman's 
privilege of keeping her age 
a secret. 


"Is that your wife.” asked 
the girl. 

"She certainly is,'* replied 
Mr. Dlefenbaker. 

The youngster gave the 
prime minister another long 
look, then shaking her head 
sadly commented: 

"But she's so good looking. 
She's much younger looking 
than you.” 



Invrenne. Shilh of Jobletts 


16 lalttt ^loatst. 

S«tMr4«v, Oct. IS, mo 


‘Crash’ Schooling Scheme 
To Attack Unemployment 


A "cr»*h prognm" to ttuck to m»ke then mor, employ-; 

unemployment With educition ••’jf- IXhri^e (jiru 

_. h .,1 w"' nominal. Mr.l mrff 


waa announced yetterd^ by 


BJUCATION MINISTER 
PETERSON 


Whirltcind Holiday 

w_ _ 

John D Leaves 
Aides Wilted 

PRINCE ALBERT (CP)—Prime Minister Diefen¬ 
baker bagged a duck, addrea.sed about 1,000 school 
children and shook hands with hundreds of adults Fri¬ 
day on the third day of a whirlwind tour of his con¬ 
stituency. I ' 

Throughout and actlon-Wtod dlthcuM high-angle shot m 

day that surtod at 4JO am . hla first attempt. In all, his 
the 65.year.oId prime mlniater. party bagged 15 ducks, 
set a pace that left younger! 



JOHN DIEFENBAKER 


aides wilted and gasping. 

Relaxed and amlllng, Ur. 
Otefenbaker appeared to draw 
fresh energy from each en- 
counter with his constituanu. 
Aa he set out to keep the last 
ot two evening engagements 
here, he appeared ai fresh as 
when hit day had started IT 
bourt earlier. 

MUMAN DYNAMO 

-I’ve know John for more 
than 30 years and he'i alwaya 


Courtroom Parade 


Borrowed Car Ride 
Costs Sailor $100 


A fine ot 6100 and a Icence 


^ “he”-meTs;w 

Watt owner of a '"dware ^ ^Utam ^tlM 

store at Canwood In the *»»' 1 M.pn^nKl^^/*HMCS St 

CanurooAatlnyurlcultur^i,^ place about 3J0 a-m. 
trtUage hack^ out of the buah .ccuaod and 

some SO miles northwest of friends had been to a 

Prince Albert waa one of three 
eommunitles sltuatad on the 
CNR'i Big River branch line 
vialted by Mr. DMenbaker 
Friday. 

CABMN^IOPT 

In a carbon-copy repeat of a 
swing through the eeitem end! 
of his far-flung eonsltuency: 

Thursday, Mr. Diefenbaker 
spent most of tie ttme talking 
to sdioo) children. 

And as he had 'nuiraday, ha 
loM the youncsttrs that 
Canada offers unUmited oppor¬ 
tunities for those who are 
srlUIng to work hard at making 
socnethlng of themaelvea. 

The moat enthualaiUc ra- 
aeptlon accorded Mr. Dlefen¬ 
baker since his arrival came 
at Shellbrook Friday, where 
trz atudenta and acorca of 
adults lammed the commun¬ 
ity's SOO-saat theatre to 
and haar the man who was 
Introduced by high school 
principal Oeerge Wchert 
-one of the greatest statesmen 
Canada has evtr had." 

■TUDRNT8 CHEEB 


Irish Sent 
To Irish 

DUBLIN (UFI) — Iriah 
troopa aanrlng with UN 
tsraea hi the Cange ware 
stripped S44M botUsa o« 
stonS and Irish whisky FH- 
tey. ns UnMeri Nsthms In 
New Yark orriamri the anp. 
•■aa aawS. tt 


Mental Problem 


Cold Parents 
Disturb Child 

Seriously disturbed children exhibit the symptoms 
of schizophrenia. Dr. Ian Kenning, former director of 
the Crease Clinic, said last night. 

Now in private practice In 


Education Minister 
Peterson. 

The program. Jointly fi¬ 
nanced by federal and provin¬ 
cial govemmmta. will begin 
In November. Its aim will be 
to Increase the skills and 
academic qualifications of un¬ 
employed British Columbians 


Pelerson said, and In cases of 


Victoria. Dr. Kenning was ad¬ 
dressing a public meeUng of 
parenu and representatives 
of organizations interested bi 
the formation of an associa¬ 
tion to help disturbed ehttdren. 

-'-This ii perhaps one of the 
worst diseases we have to deal 
with In mental hospitals." Dr. 
Kenning said, and added that 
neither the Crease Clinic nor 
the provincial mental hospital 
are equipped to handU chil¬ 
dren. 

"These are children that 
tend to be withdrawn Irom 
reality in one or more ways 
OFTKN HOSTILE 

"They seem cold and don't 
come Into dose contact with 
other people. Often these chil¬ 
dren ate Impulilve, hostile. 

"They are unduly senaitlve, 
they retreat Into their shells 
more easily than others. They 


chotic children was about the 
same as the Incidence of polio 
victims at the present time. 

A committee of seven krr- 
sons was formed to Investigate 
ways snd means of organizing 
an association. Members are: 

Mrs. EUleen Robertson, An¬ 
tony Haynes, Mrs. H. F. Leg 
gett, Derek Watson. Richard 
Reeve. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley 
Lawrence. 

Next meeting of the com 
mlltee will be Friday at 663 
Admirals Road. 


Typhoid Case 
‘Over Worst’ 

ST. JOHN'S. NfM. <CP> 
Chief mMiteal he^h officer 
Dr. J<»ha Dovteii uid Friday 
a Danish sailor belnc treated 
at hospital here for typhoid 
to "over the a'orst of It.** 

Hto was the only case dis- 
covered amonx the crew of 
the Daatoh tanker Iiiand 
when tt docked earlier this 
week at Lew toporte In cen¬ 
tral Newfoundland. the 
tanker, which came to Lewis- 
porte to unload a parttaJ 
earvo of oil, has been nnder 
tovemment qaarantlne 
since. 


Leslie ^ borne by the gov¬ 

ernment. 

A special eommlttoe wiH 
meet next week to srrange 
Kxomraodatlon and staff for 
Victoria courses. 

The program will offer: 

• Day training to bring 
selected unemployed adults up 
to a Grade 10, or In suitable 

) Grade 11 or 12, level of 
general education. 

• Additional training clas¬ 
ses In the general commercial 
field In Vancouver. Victoria 
and Nanahno for the unem¬ 
ployed. 

• Training In Nanaimo 
and Victoria as well as Van 
couver where a course already 
available In practical nurs¬ 
ing. 

• Probably, short -term 
waitress-training courses In 
Victoria. Vancouver and Na¬ 
naimo. 

• Industrial first aid, 
timekeeping and bookkeeping 
training at the vocational 
school at Nanaimo. 

• Courses of training, 
where deemed advisable, "to 
upgrade persons In seasonal 
occupations in the skilled oc- 
cu pat Ion a,” In Vancouver. 
Burnaby and Nanaimo. 


Crash 

Cuts 

Youths 


Two youth, were trezln) for 
facial ruts at St. Joteph'a Hoa- 
pital aftrr a Ihrrocar collliion 
on Dougiaz at Topaz zhortly 
after midnight. 

A amall car diivm aouth on 
Douglaa by John Hanarn. 17, 
3n30 Quadra, atrurk the rrar 
of a car flopped In the line 
of. traffic — driven by Colin 
Clark. 1521 Arrow—knocking 
it into the rear of anothrr 
amall car flopped and availing 
to turn left onto Topaz, driven 
by Mine R. M. Grloyer, 2846 
Graham. 

Hanaen and a paaaenger fn 
hii car, Bob Anderion, 17. 2581 
Blackwood, received Injurlez 
from the windahleld. 

Clark aald he had spent m 
years and 82.000 customizing 
hia -car. The car's polybond 
body was ahaltarad In front 
and rear. 


number of partlea. At that 
time, accuaed left hia friends, 
and took a car from the park-, 
ing lot of Padfle Tlia ud., <><> *«> another person 

2650 Douglas. *'.?**■” 

Ha picked up hli friendal Sonae parents have aggra- 
and drove Into Saanich, where vated or brought on the con- 


dKlon, he sekl—parent! avho 
are cold towards their children. 

He told the meeting of 45 
persona he ivould not be aur- 
prised if the Incidence of pay- 


the car ran out of gasoline. 

Alter he left, to get gas, the 
car was found by Saanich po¬ 
lice, his friends atlU In It 'Tha 
oar waa undamaged. 

a a * 

In the same court Shelagh! 

McBratney. V“»rta DicS at 95 

woman charged ivith theft un-, 

der the value of 850 from the' Christian Siveitz. 85. a plo- 

Hudaon'a Bay Company store, noer Victoria unlonUt died 
waa fined 835 and placed un-lyMteeday in Landon, Ont 
der bond of 8350 tor six' Bom in IceUnd, Mr. Slvertz 


Union Pioneer 


months. 

a a a 

Maurice James Anderson. 
1870 Taylor, pleaded guilty in 
Clk Bay court yaaterday to 
daposlting rubbish 
municipality and a 
US. 


aras tmployed by the poet 
office la Victoria tor 30 years. 
Aa sacratary ot the Trades 
and Labor Council he avaa in- 
atraimental in obtaining a pah- 
in the' alon plan lor B.C postal work- 
a flosdlera. Ha moved to Lomlon In 
11943. 


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Eye-Glass Radios Risky 
l\For Constables on Beat 


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Victoria pollct are dubious 
about an experiment In Ed- 
_ _ monton of beat constables 

■-.i; srst 

gUmea tor keeping hi touch 





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cheered as the prime minister 
made hU way to the platform, 
gave him a SO-tecond ovation'®"‘“' 
as he rote to apeak, roae and 
dapped him out of the hall. 

'The day atarled with a pre- 
daarn drive to Dcbden. about 
70 miles northwaat of here, 
lor a spot ot duck hunting 
arlth friends. 


Edmonton Police Chief 
M. F. E. Anthony aald yester¬ 
day that the force la "more 
flexible" through the use of 
the Dick Tracy-llke eyc-glaat 
radios. But he said that a call- 


Gin Rivals G>llide 
4.200 Bottles Safe 

LEira. Scotland (UPI) — A truck cawrytag 4.XM 
bottles ot gta c o Mdad yesterday with a private caw ba- 
k i f in g to a cem pat tn g gie line. 

Not a riegto b at tlu at gie aras broke*. 



Bnt WblMS to CAPITAL CITY BtwHig Lirm 
FLOORING by PARKER JOHNSTON, LTD. 

1 rairng brands Ftoor Coveringa—Aimstrooc. Doantirioa, UeolUs. 
Bobber, Asphalt. Vtoyl. CsriL Ftaallc Wall TUa. 


^PARKER 
JOHNST ONI^ 

nt-im 


The prime minuter brought ‘*''™ <*«*"' 

.... - — I AM 4I.A aMloalmwaawM 


box system will remsln in use TVo IfliiiripM 
there "untH costs come down**. __ _ f ___^ 


down s big msUsrd with s 


on the mlnlsture sets. 

RIHET BUHINBSS 
Victorls Police Chief John! 

It would be 


Driver Thrown to Road 


PARIS — Ex-queen Sawaya ^ . 

of Iran won a court order for 
the aeUure of phonograph re- "bualnea. for beat con- ^ ^ . 

cords of a tango railed Sotayt, f >»»«'« because,f mi 1 

Once uponTime »'«•' In 1 hree-Lar ijrasn 

ihe had not given prrmUalon i HI W VJCtt V4I. CtOlI 

tor the use of her name. seldom seen on a beat In Vic-; 

,.toria," he said. 



il/p Again 


One driver was thrown from 
hU car but there were no In- 
Juries in a thieecar coUUlon 
at East Saanich Road and 
Patriria Bay Highway yester¬ 
day evening. 

Bernard SUverglrter, Stelly's 
Cross Road, waa thrown from 
hU car when it waa hit by 


I son. 3775 Haro Road, at 
turned onto the highsvay. 


He would like to see hU beat; D„Ii_ HTninl 
constables Issued pocket radios 1 OllO A OtUt 
tuned to the police frequency 
I but agreed with the Edmonton 
I chief that tha coat U too high I 

^ Beat constables here do notj In Canada 

use esU-boxes. Instesd, they 
hsve to be In s certsln vldnity 
St s certsln time. In esse they 
sre needed In sn emergency, 

"a good sergeant knows 
pretty well where his men sre 
St sU tlmef.** said Chief 

Blsdutock. 'sm'"’'' 

42 esses were reported, one In 

B.C.. compared with 25 In the 
previous week and 67 In the 
oompsrsble week last year. 

Since the beginning of the 
3 «sr 629 cases hsve been re¬ 
ported against 1.522 to the 
same date in 1999. Of this 
year's essas. M were fatal com¬ 
pared with 140 last year. 

So far there have bean 16 
cases reported In Quebec com¬ 
pared with 149 In British Co- .. «... „ , 

lumbla, whRlr-lrad until thU 
week been the hardeat - hit 

province. Laat year B.C. had S,Ku^S reS^J^ n a' 
recorded 59 cawa at thU date. i 

twoxar crash at Gladstone and 

Femwood at IIJO p.m. yeater 
day. 

She svaa paaaenger In a ear 
driven by Harold Burdey, 1405 
Grant, which was In celllaion 
with a car driven by Emil 
Wegwitz, 1707 Stanley. 


Congratulations to 

CapibI City Bowling Lanes 

EX£CTB1CAL WORK AND 8UFPL1EB 

By 

Denford Electric Co. Ltd. 

DBAKE rONVECTOB, PIONEERS IN ELECTBIC 
RADIANT AND CONVECTOR HEA'HNG 


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Yes IsTrue 

We >eed dothlnR, fumitore, appltoncea, 
diahf«, Bteiiaila, cutlery, beddliic, Huen, 
aad all naeable ‘'throwawayB’* 

WHAT ABOUT PAPER??? The gatheriftf of 
paper has become a very coctly propoeitlon, 
but we will itUl be glad to taJee your old news¬ 
papers when you have other Itema to dispoee 
of. Cost of gathering paper alone ia almost 
prohibitive. 

»Tair Tliftw-Bwnyi Maki Wtrfc Tint Pays" 


THE SALVATION ARMY 
Phone 

Major L. W. Jaaalaeai. Supl. 


EV 6-3295 


OTTAWA (CP) — The num 

“niLC sr.s'SiJs f”t 

Oct. 8 was up from the pre¬ 
vious week but still well underi ... a 

the 1959 rate ' Sidney RCMP said the third 

The he.Ith' department aald ^ by^Vlctor Lang 

4092 Tuxedo Drive, swerved 
and Just grazed the back of 
the Simpson car. 

First two cart were heavily 
damaged and had to bt towed 
away, police added. 


Passenger 

Bruised 


Congratulations to 

Capital City Bowlinf Lanes 

WE SITPLIED LUMBER, PLYWOODS 
AND BUILDING SUPPLIES 

SEE VS 

FOB ABBORITE ■ PLYWOODS ROOFING 
WALLBOAROS ■ INSULATION . LUMBER. ETC. 

“Don't put It off—Put it on" 

Vietoria RataH Lambar Yard Ltd. 


1901 GOVERNMENT 


EV ^^1S• 


Vamcouver Insured 

For Grey Cup Day 

VANCOUVER (CP» — The 
dty of Vancouver Is taking 
out a mUlton dollar bodily In¬ 
jury insurance policy and a 
850,000 praperty damagt cor- 
eragt In preparation lor Grey 
Cup day en Nav. 28. 


—:- I 

BELFAST — Ftorenee Chad- 
arick, 42. postponed her a(- 
(^tlca itaging the Grey Cup' tempt to awim the North Chan- 
I frequently euller conriderable' nel from Northern Ireland to 
'damaga by wtldly-oalabratlng' Scotland until today becauae 
' tana. i of high winds. 


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from . . . 

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^Old Dogs^ Learning 
Age-Cutting Tricks 


TODAY-6 P.M 


already old and broken In 
body. mind, and morale. 

They complained oi achea. 
patna. and exhaustion. They 
suffered from various nervous 
dieestive and mental ailments. 

Most of them had been un¬ 
able to work for years, and 
there seemed to be no hope lor 
them. 

Then, almost miraculously, 
hope did appear on the hoii* 
ion. and one by one their 
symptoms began to fade. 

Pain, weakness, and despair 
were replaced by new strength 
and vigor, What was the se- 


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If yon are seeking that 
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you are in excellent henlth, 
why not try Lelord Kordel's 
'‘personality . Sweet e ■ I n g 
Diet" 

You may have a ropy 
FREE 'ly sending a stamped 
self - addressed envelope 
(five rent stamp) to: IM,- 
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Dally ('oionlat. 


• ITUi of ■ 

You learned your childhood readin*, *ritin’. and 
*rithmetic years ago. but there's always somf new 
threshold of Icnowtedge to enter. 

“Not for me." you may say. “It’s a little late for 
that. After all, I'm getting older, and it's difficult for 
an older peraon to Iwmn an ything new." 

You think so. do you? Well, 
here’s what our foremost 
authority Ip the study of aging. 
Dr. Edward J. Siieglltz. says; 

“The false concept that you 
I can’t teach an old dog new 
I tricks has done a great deal 
of harm. First of all. it is 
false, and secondly. It Is a 
wonderful alibi for Indolence 
<... Let us take, for example. 

' the rate of learning. | 

PEAK AT St 

*T choose rate of learning 
because speed la an attribute 
Jof youth. As measured by a 
group at Columbia University, 
the rate of learning readies 
Its peak at the age of 22. At 
the age of 80 it Is about the 
same as at 12. 

“A It-year-old can learn 
extremely fast—but so can an 
SO-year-old If he’s Interested 
and wanu to learn. Aa you 
grow older, your memory may 
alow down a little, but it tends 
to becenne more accurate. ** | 

ANY AGE 

You can .learn at any age If 
you’re interested enough, if 
you believe you can. and If 
you really try. 

You can begin with the 
“Three R’s for AdulU”: 

1. Recharge your life. 

2. Renew 


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SUPPLEMENT 

WAMPOLE 


NITRITIDNISTS WIN 

The nutritionists had been 
put to^a mighty .esi. and had 
won! ' 

These patients, labelled hope¬ 
less cases by their doctors, 
were all suffering from nutii- 
itlonai failun dur to multiple 
I vitamin deficiencies. 

In an all-out-for-total-recov- 
ery effort, the Birmingham re 
‘ searchers fed these desper¬ 
ately sick people diets rich In 
proteins, vitamins, and miner- 
ala. They gave them masai\« 
doses of vitamina and miner¬ 
als. 

IMPOSKIBLK TARK 

The impossible task was 
completed. All of the 883 In¬ 
valids were rehabilitated and 
went back to their variooa 
Joba. 

According to Dr. Paul de 
Kniif. this experiment encour¬ 
aged many practising physi¬ 
cians, and proved that prema¬ 
ture ageing can be reversed 
and the prime of life prolonged. 


ability to concentrate or per¬ 
form mental work, and forget¬ 
fulness. 

“Lack of niacin means de- 
irritatlon. 


pression. anxiety, 
loss of memory, mania, hallu- 
cinationa. and dementia.’* 

A drama was enacted that 
made history a fev years ago 
in Dr. Tom Spies' nutrition 
clinic. Into this dinic. from 
the Birmingham. Alabama, 
area, came 893 prematurely 
aged and feeble Invalids. 

Moif of them had been given 
up by doctors, even though 
laboratory tests had ruled out 
the poasibUity of any standard' 
chronic diseases among them. 

What was wrong with these 
pitiful wrecks? Some Of them 
were no more than thirty, yet 


finest Brunswick 


Western Canada's 

Gold Crown Installation 


Pressure on St. Laurent 
Never Tried by Vatican 


your body and 
mind. I 

3 . Rmritallio your penonallty. 

rWMM'LTION 

Thr Univeraity o( Southern | 
Calilornla in their famous re-1 
print, “la Mental Illness Men¬ 
tal?" lays this: 

"The loUowinc la tha range 
of m ental dis orders Induced by 
, lnsufiaent~Tniake of vitamins: 

"Lack of thiamine results In 
Ideas of persecution, mental- 
confusion. and loss of memory. 

"Lack of riboflavin causes 
depression, visual disturb¬ 
ances. disorderly thinking. In- 


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TORONTO (UPD—Former C^MuHan ^rtme minister 
Louie St Laurent snM yeeterdny the Roman GathoUc hler* 
arrky never once tried fee “preeeure** hkn ta making etate 
dertokme. 

He enU ki aa in t e r view witti Ike Toronta Telegram 
he never wouM ham aroepled the office tf he had felt 
that beruuee he wae a Catholic he wouM have been uw 
able fee make dcritloaa free of reitglaue iaflinuce. 

Htreoelag that, “I douY «vant ta exgreeo an oplnkm ou 
how the t'nifeed St afeee people should vote.** St l^mrent 
toM the T el e g r a m, **1 eaa say that there never was the 
sllghteet sttempt te taifhieace me, ke c auee 1 wae a Cattm 




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Uvdrs your newspaper and is learning the lessons in his first business 
venture of responsibility, understanding, confidence, character, in¬ 
itiative and thrift. 


Congratulations and Good Luck 


A tribute to these young merchants Is richly deserved, as they are 
providing an essential service in their communities and are develop¬ 
ing qualities that will help make many of them tomorrow’s leading 
citizens. 


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Nationally 
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Your newspaperboy is one of the most popular neighbors you have, 
as he delivers your paper each day, rain or shine, he is developing 
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national tribute to more than 700,000 boys who deliver daily news- 
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Few Kippers Adorn Breakfast Plates 


LONDON (UPl) — Ont of 
I Britain's tastlost traditions — 
Itht broaKfast klpptr — Is 
Ithrsatcnod bp flsbonsoa b» 
llonglnc to a rcUflous sect 
I which forbids Its nMObars M 
I watch ulovlslsn. 

Members of the sect the 
ICloae Brethren, own some of 
Ithe best boats la the Scattleh 
Iflshlnf liMhutry and help 
leatch the herrliiip that even- 
Ituafljr tan w ■— cared aad 
Ismoked—on tens of thousands 
I of breakfast tahlm 

The dour Brethren—they do 
I not drink, go to the movies, 
Iwatch TV, vote la Msetlsas or 
Iwear ornaments—partklpatad 
inntll this week la the system 
|of pooled prices op we t e d by 
Ithe Scottish Herring Producers 
I Association. 

But they withdrew from the 
[pool Tuesday on the ground! 
I their beliefs did not permit 
Ithem to share money with per. 
Isons outside the sect, and said 
|one at their catchea prlvataly. 

Whan other flshetiimi heard 
■ that a buyer had purchased a 
Icatch outslds the pool arrange¬ 


ment they decided to keep I Some reports said they de- i 
their own boaU In port In elded to drop out of the pool I 
protest. Moro than 100 were | 

Idle yesterday — almost the . . 

astlie herring fleet of north. members. SUnleyi 

east Scotland. j McCallum, S3, a Detroit tool- 

maker, sometimes called “the I 


Kipper smokehous is 
Ush processing tactoiiea re¬ 
ported they were already feel¬ 
ing a shortage sf supplies. 

Tbs herring Industry board 
Is trying to settle a situation 
almost unique In labor rale- 
tiena In this country. A spokes¬ 
man said It had drafted a pro¬ 
posal but he arould not say 
w ha t It was or bow It would i 
be transmitted So the Bretb -1 
ran. ! 

Journalists who tried So tMk' 
to Brethren In the small porta. 
la which they are socially 
powerful were told by non-. 
members that they were wasi-' 
lag their tlma | 

“They never talk to the 
press,* said one man. They 
don't believe In the eslslenre: 
of the presa* | 

The daaa Brethren are one 
of a number od aacts founded 
In a religious revival In the: 
mid-nlnstaenth century. 


Angel." 

This is not what Britons will | 
ball hbn If they can't get their i 
breakfast kippers. 


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By Sheilah Graham 


Simone Out of Sight 


HOLLYWOOD (NAMA)-Vvas Hoalaad took 
OarlaBd to tho Parle premiere of Ms Mar lly a Moaroo pic¬ 
ture. “Let's Make Love.* His wife, Btaasas Mgaoiet, was 
conspicuous by her ab am ce . Judy, by tbt way, was a sell¬ 
out In her two appearances at the Palais de ChaUlot, 
qwrting her aew Praiich hair-do. 

\ * a a 

Ibay Farfdas, also at the “Lot's Make Love" premiere, 
dlirtoasd that while be Ukes Paris he Is homesick for 
New York. Tony has rented an apartment on the left bank 
of the Satan. I hope M see him and Ms anvle with Mon¬ 
tand and lagrM Basgana there next month. 


As of galag to press. Maria Bcheg Is the most likely 
aandidate ta pby tha prlneesa to CharHoa Haaton's cru¬ 
sader fat Baas Branmstab picture In Spain, "□ CV1.“ Sophia 
Lsraa said “No—ITa a man's picture,* when she wss ol- 
fared tha part. . 

* . * « 


Author ttmm Janas and his wife art the centre of 
an latsOectual group of artists and writers bi Paris where 
they Bus cigbt behM tha church of the Notra Dame, on 
tha Qual d'OilaanA with their eight-week-old baby glrL 
Jonaa Is flnisfelng his latest novel, TTie TTiin Red Line,* 
which he dsarrlhss as a “eamlc combat noveL* The movie 
studies bars ars bidding, 

a -a w 

Maigmat LalglMoa U auying at Noel Onward’s resl. 
dance In Swltaarlaad, trying to forget her anguish over 
tha Impending divarce from lan ye aee Harvey. 


But Harvey, when queried as So whatller he would 
be marrying waaithy widow Jaaa Oatan when he became 
frse to as, saU absolutely no—as that arould be Jump¬ 
ing out of the frying pan into the well-known fire. I'm not 
sure I balieve this. 

a a a 

In London the National Film Institult will be show¬ 
ing 'The Hollywood Revue of 1939.* starring Norms 
Shearer, Joan Crawford, Marion Davlao and that darling 
of tha ailtnta Buster Keatoo. The movla was made ss a 
alleat, with the voices on a record. 

a a a 

When Sophia Loren fainted several timet while mik¬ 
ing her current l>Im In Rome, everyone Inmpod to tho 
conclusion thst she would be presenting t bsby to hus¬ 
band Carlo Pootl. “Unfortunately it Isn't true,* Sophia 
ststea. 

it it 

Anthony (tulnn is only Just recovering from the Md 
throat that plagued him last week on the opening night 
of “Becket* on Broadway. "He had a relaxed throat,* ■ 
dlractor Pat e r dwivlBs explalnad. Tha box otOec for 
“Bechet* la dslng brisk buamasa, which means anotbar hit 
for producer Oatid Merrick. 

a a a 

I felt sorry lor Davtd BawtataM during tho midown 
part of his “Open End" with Khruitaehev last Sunday. Tha 
Russian barely gave him a chance to speak. But Sussklnd 
redeemed himself during the stand-up, goodbye bit at tha 
and. His pamionata bitansity could bo eopied to aoma ad- * 
vantage iy the two presidential nominees. In fact, lor a 
minute or two 1 thought David himielf might be running 
for president. 


\Sect Cut Off from World 


V.K. Finking Fleet on Strike 


Carden Notes 


' IS Bdtllt (ColDnifll Victeris, I.C., SsL, OcL 1$, IIM 


Gap-Filling Dahlias 


I Hollywood Today 


tubers In the sprlnit. so each plant 
should be marked with a stake before 
the topgrowth dies and Is cleared 
away. 

Where dwarf dahlias are used as 
bedding plants in the (lower beds out 
front, the coots must come yp to 
make way' ^ bulbs, walKlowers, 
polyanthus and similar spring-flower* 
ing subjects. On heavy, wettlsh 
ground, too, the roots should come up, 
for such soil Is often Infested with 
small black tlugs with an incurable 
fondneaa for the Insulin sugar In 
dahlia tubers. 

e ' e * 

Regarding the time of lifting, 1 
would really prefer to leave this until 
the tops have been blackened by frost, 
for It seents to me that a touch of 
frost Increases the concentration of 
sugar In the roots, as It does with 
parsnips, and such hlfh-sugar roots 
keep much better in storage than 
those In which the sap Is thin and 
watery. However, where bulbs or 
wallflowers must be planted out In 
the beds, you haven’t much choice 
and this is a good a time as any to 
dig them up. 

Fork up the clumps carefully, 
keeping the tines well back from the 
stems to avoid piercing the precious 
tuhm. On light sandy soil, they 
should coma up as cleanly as pota* 
toaa, but on heavy ground, the cling* 


ing earth should be removed with 
the lingers. Don't go banging the 
clump ofl the ground to shake off-fhe 
ofhwanted soil and don't turn the 
hose on them, as this would wash 
away the natural protective film. Ac¬ 
tually. a little soil adhering to tha 

tubers is an asset. 

★ * * 

I never put mine straight away 
Into storage but cut off the tops lour 
inches from the roots and set the 
clumps upside down on sheets of 
newrspaper In a cool dry place for 
about a week. Any frostproof shed or 
garage will do; I use a cool comer In 
my tesemenL At the end of a week, 
any excess soil will have dried and 
fallen away and the clumps cmn ba 
translerrcd to winter quarters. 

Every gardener has hU own pet 
method of storing dahlias. My neigh¬ 
bor Ernie piles the clumps in a comer 
of his cellar and shovels .sand over 
them. Another friend seals up the 
tubers In plastic bags saved from her 
supermarket purchases, with a small 
handful of damp peat In each bag. 

Personally. I give each dump a 
good dusting with potato dust or bulb 
dust, then store them in cartons with 
a few handfuls of vermiculite be¬ 
tween layers. The cartons art stored 
In a very cool place, around 40 
degrees, to discourage premature 
sprouting. 


Peek Through Door^ of Doom 


"TAmj 4o lookJlkt tb* doori ol 
UM EdwArd R. Murrow to 
Adm. RAbern ai b* WAlchad tlw littto 
■tod tnpdeon oftn on Ih* P*- 
larii-btaring xubinArinc, G«or(« Wash- 
iBston. with a aulevaleirt aqiMak. 
Thatt art tha daon out of which tha 
hydrofcn bomb-btarint Polaris will— 
wo devoutly hope—never have to la- 
tue and thoM wen the opanlnf worda 
an the pfegrain called The Year •{ 
the Pelarla.* • 

Tha cloalnf words; The Polaris 
metna pewar--det e rrant power. If it's 
evar fInM, ItTl hava faflad Hi purpose. 
Good MbM and food hick.* Well, we 
Jure need the luck. 

Cleac ta the opantaif, Adm. Rlcli- 
•var, Iht father of the atom-powered 
au ta m ar h ie, aayt; Tha Nanflhtt la a 
•pen as revatatienary today 
■a Iba ai^kma bi Ha day.* la Its own 


way. Tha Year of tha Polaris" Is as 
revolutionary a form of Journalism 
as the Nautilus is revolutionary as a 
weapon. Both took lonf planntnf and 
both took treat faith. 

* * * 

For instance, the Polariabearint 
submarine was first planned before 
the hydrogen bomb problem had been 
Ikkad, before solid fuels hid been in- 
ventad Many breakthroughs had to 
come before It would work and yet 
the submarine went forward, anyway. 
Stmllarly, the program was being 
filmed and plaimed before It was 
known whether there would be any 
Polaris and consequently before Ed 
Morrow and Fred Friendly knew 
whether there would be any program. 

This takes great faith, planning, 
money, competence, and ronfldence. 

The Polarla-beartng submarine li 


a breakthrough which win aeriouily 
affect not on^ tho mllitaiy thinking 
of both the free and Communist 
worlds but world diplomacy almost 
everywhere. That's a very laige story 
Indeed and It could aaaOy have been 
done on that level alona But to do It 
on the very rartflcd level and alse oa 
the human level Is a great achieve¬ 
ment and a great breakthrough la 
Its own way In the field of Journal¬ 
ism. 

The attllude of Madlaon Avenue 
is a breakthroagh, toa The program 
had a sponsor whM It wouldn't have 
had five years ago. The great break¬ 
through still tO) come—and I'm sup¬ 
remely ronfidetit that It wUI come— 
Is In the pobllr acceptance of this 
sort of TV Journalism as an im¬ 
portant and neoMsary adjunct to 
newspapers and magazines. 




In past years, the dahlia has been 
more or leu a spedallst'a flower. 
Grown principally by ardent dahlia 
fans, the tall plants and huge blooma 
occupied beds to themselves, disdain¬ 
ing tha company of lesser breeds of 
the plant world. With the coming of 
dwarf and medium-sized strains, the 
dahlia Is bsfng used more and more 
for filling In gaps In the perennial 
border and replacing petunlu and 
tnapa aa beddIng-out plants 

While dwarf dahitos are quite 
■aay to ralso from seed, they make 
tubers Just like their tall brothers 
TheM tubers. If pUntad out next 
spring, will come into bloom much 
tarllar then soethgrown plsnU; more¬ 
over, If a deacription of the flower la 
written on a label and attached to 
tha clump ol rooti, it li poulble to 
plan out your color scheme next year 
-something you can't do with 
ttedUngs 

SO* 

I am often uked whether the 
reels can be left In the ground over 
the winter. They can. As far u Iroat 
damage la concerned, the tubers will 
come to no harm and. whare the aoll 
Is undy. well drained and free from 
alugs I believe the tubers are actually 
kottor off la the ground than when 
takSB up and storad. Thay mutt ba 
taken up and dWkltd into individual 


The Vieicing World 


Of John Crosby 


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far-roadHlnnad arani-roartir*. you'll 


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Chapel of (%mea <« Sunda) 
Ori IS 1MB at 710 pm Prayrrs' 
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Paul, Peter and Patrteh at hnme 
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day. M. at 7 pm. m MrCail 
Brna floral Funeral Chapel, mr-. 
ner id Vaarra n rer and Jiduwrw 8)«., 
Man* wiH he releheated fa 81 | 
r'a Cathedral Monday at; 

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^ted nfanber of akslfad iraSea- a^rf^pTrunEfaT^a wiU do UgW rare 

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Virloria Pre**, Box DS !rU.l 


13 


ClMCTERIfS AND 
lURIAL PARKS 


ttriGMORB At tha Rehnnal Private m_i 

Roaptfal. ea Orfaher 14. IIM Mr* KOyOt 


Fanri.v Wimnnre. aged 
bora fa liifadrn Bagfand and a 

___mideaf af Vfatoeia far tlw paal 

J aol affaetHw Me IT mr* lafa reaidrare ia ^- 
*»»■". rr emment 0t She leave* her, 

ualua af tha adew tuarn^_M»fahfaei Mr* Rohan ilmhettat 

AM mrrnV^m mtP M 00^ Rague 40« Govetamm SL. and 

ju^nLa^TTcfaSy. %et 


Oak Burial Pork 

MVNICIPAIXT OWNED 


pfaU frUfa M0M fa llltM 
‘'^Prrpetual Car* Inrlndad 
Par furthar mfannaUag 
Phawa ORP-au 


ANNOUNCEMENTS 

wtgmore. ^rl COACH LINES'_ AUT^’M^ 


.... ar* regutred tor *itf>4mi_. 
n the Royal Canadian Air Fort* 
n the fottcming trade*- 
PTwtographer. 

~ Plumber 

— Laboratory Aaawunt 

.-Water and unPaiion a andcaa 

opera far. 

.-Telrphanr lerbmrian 

- Telegraph terhnfaian. 

-Grramd Defewemaei 

> Safely Eguipmerx tarhenrla* 

QUAUnCATlONS 
Ballad In one af the trade* Ustad 
above. 

Ape IT -» 

Mamed ar Stngfa 
Grade 4 edoraii'Wi or better 
Canadian rkiam or Br«iah.sifa)eci 


Near iit> rentre 


- Ifl OPENING FOR TWO LI- 
rrnaed reui ettate laleamen. ground 
fioir lor-atton. have ytntr own tel*- 
T^hone. nrivaie deak. Full 70^ aidP. 
Parlong apace available For ap- 
nilntment rontart Hamid Ware, 
inurn A Cnunfay Home* Ud. Mt 
Pandora EVlTm 


pertly 


TYPES OF FLOORS EX 
.. cleaned, waxed and pouahed 
marhlne Rune* ow a^ia^. 


flrett'* BaUhllahed 1090 


25 MALE Rf FEMALE 
HELR WANTED 


IBONOABLE REPRESENTATIVES 
|w«b car. preatig* AHA Monthly 

f iamnta* Medtral and pension plan, 
rtona Praa* Bm IISB 


RCAF Recruitirig Unit 

Ml Yalta WL. Vtrtorfa. RC. 


T^fahana ftfaifW IMi ar mm more, h rmi urn ner mugmer ua** omrh Line* Daoai n* rurriBl 
- - ■ . — "i Mr* B. R •ffaarai jirLetah af Wharf Si. L90 nm reium ai I ma^ 

rt'ffisr i.5rrt.-j5rs *gi!r‘ ■*r.~ 


IS COMlNa EVENTS 


nSRSRlBS RESEARCH ROARO 
OF CANADA 
RiOLOCICAL STATION 
Nanaime. RC. 

OhporiHMtfaa m Oiea n agtaphy 
SEA TECHNICIAN 
*1* DimiS Th aaawt wtth otaano 
PUT ohaervatMm at aea car* 
fiiafaHnann af equipment ram 
ixaia In areomwiafa* data and 

^CxamStfaS range from 10-0 daya 
durnlkm Total Joy* *l aea range 
M-190 day* peryear 
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am Ntou* M KMunth 


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hnN of my betouad husband. Larry 
Oraham iRuaiari.-OMIy Grahnm | 

f IN MIMORIAM 


•IKTHS 

Born fa Mr. atif Mrs. 
Cocknn m Mar r faaa tB 
Jraarmaed RC.. ft the i 
MMlaa Boagital. aa OrtM 
am. 7 Ufa. I aa.. WttliaBi 

i-Rora fa Mr^ aad 


ThecMMdatt 

h’^L%5!CS S?7irl?wi Etqu'n^lf Uont Bingo 
Boitermokers' Hall 
802 Etquimalt Rood 

MOBfOAT. OCT. IT. I P M. 

Adkalaaiaa 11 M 
BKTRA CARDi Me 
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FLoa I <%t»aa at 

U0 EACH 

MUrr IB WON BY BOMB LUCKY 
PBRgQN-TOO COULD BE THE 

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AH Pra e eada Uaaa Cfaartiiaa 


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UM H***”*** gireet at the Royal 10 


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fraa* o 

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away Otdrfaer 
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every day 
■Gutaaro and a 
Chifa. RA. 


The raadMaie mual he Mi)uirall> 
m hw aoa gofat duty aad muat fa 
brtweea the age* af 91 and M 

Salary The rtaaaiflralfaa la Tarh- 
nirfan Grade I wtth a atarttM aal 
)w«ea K0M and S4IM per 
depending an gualiAratfaaB. 
Agcdy ta peradn fa 
I NaiMsial Empfayment OTIre 
MM Jrkaina gireet VIetorta. RC 
Refer fa Order Na llC 


WILL CITE LOVING DAY CAR! 
iv. vmir baby la my home Phone 
rV MM0 B *m to g p.m 


WILL CARE POR SMALL CHILD 
hnme Langford MUIatream are* 




RESPONSIBLE WCHdAN WANTS 
IlfM deltvery fah. Good referearea. 
t^orta Prra* Box BM. 


ADULT BABY SITTER EVE 
nlng* Phane EV 9-4104 


WANTBIV-MARRIBD COl'PLB TO 
lake rare of amaU houae atid aida rt y 
mupla Uva fa EV »MU. 


^ _IROOKKSEPBR. IS YRR EXPER- 


u 


FEMALE HELF 
WANTID 


REGISTERED NURSES 


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Htiny m Kittis M. 


DRAPERY SALES 

This a a (ulMuaa poamon Appfi* 
raaia muat kav* drapery fate* ex- 
perfanre P refarenre wgt ba givea 
to apptiran** M-> veart af age 
Salary gynpMB moathiy. 

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Perannaei Offre Rk Floor. 

lav Ca 


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Appliraata auat ha aingl* aader i BEUARU BABY BTITBR 

age u aad fre# u iraeal Anaua' - — — - — - —* 

•alarT 44 4M to atari 
Wriu the Waoiea'i CounaaUae. 

BCAF Racruiuag Omit 
»4» Baymaur Bt. Vi 
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WANTED—MALE 
Oa FEMALE 


rook - house keeper, 


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goired Kxpertenre deagafae Mual man. 
b* destrouB af eatabUsMng heraaltirare, or manage aiuirti 
ai an A-l empfaye* on permanan* larfa Preta Bon 914 
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ati Durners and appUanca* 
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4 BROAD 8T EV 9-0ltl' iJ'?? 


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«7 FORT 

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fsrta wtthoui AbUgatfan. about (hia 
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EVSdni; rm BVSMM 


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CHIROPRACTOR 
41»«2 View Rraal 
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Friday arantnga 

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9.30 a.m.->-King Leonardo, a new hslf hour cartoon 
series for children 5. 

5J0 p.m. -5^tur(Uy Prom is s new show featurlnf 
teensge favorites. Tonight: Anita Bryant, Conway 
Twltty- 5. 

7.00 — Kingdom of the S»ea takes a look at the 
H-bomb tests on Eniwetok and Bikini -4; Peter Loveg 
Mar>' is a new situation comedy with Peter Lind Hayes 
and wife Mary Healy as stars 5. 

8.00 Danny Thomas returns with his family for 
the n4*w season -12. 

9.30 Campaign and Candidates has presidential 
candidate Richard M. Nixon and wife. Pat, Interv'lewed 
—5. 

10.00—First appearance of The Roaring '20a, an 
hour-long series with Rex Reason and Donald May as 
reporters in the days of the speakeasy 4. 

10.30- Open End has a group of politicians and 
political strategists discu.sslng this year's issu^ 11. 

10.45—Exclusive! Is a new half hAir show based 
on experiences of members of the Overseas Press Club 
of America—12. 

Saturday’s Sports 

9.1.1 a.m. Football. Air Force vs. Navy, from Mem¬ 
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11.00 Rasketball. Exhibition game. St. Louis 
tv l•7l•4 Hawks vs. Cincinnati Royala, from Fairgrounds Coli¬ 
seum. Indianapolis—5 

4.30 Bowling. New show with Bud Palmer as 
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5.00 • Hockey. New York Rangers vs. Montreal 

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6.45 Bowling. Make That Spare is a new ahow 
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maUi aiartoa anptop. AJaptoMa tor 
»*1i tori! ar ««ar uju. 


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kaai tS QRLMCS 


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buid aGana PariitoR Banpaia EMwa. 


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COUNTRY ESTATE REAR DUN- 
raa Lkadrutoa kapaa to Arito ra- 

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n Mmdard fir ptlNM Aiao mlpr 
wdp and radar pntaa. kmiw vtr- 
lana Piraa Rux UM 


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fraai paartm 34c. Elada Ma Ik 
Pkaaa Daaaaa Ill-T*!. 


>»_in TAlUlRKIi LONOON ENI> 


NTUCCU GARAGE ttOE WIRED.' 

|17i_^TlT^Rndanada KV4tM4 I 

NANDENIT IfintAN^ HWEA^IW 


NEW OXNDITiON ST 


EATON'S 

Worehouse Showroom 
818 View Street 


-.— — KtltC-YRH- 

r*f»pa IlM (.find ril hrplar. kprrri 
and aland. |3$ GR 42333 


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|pa« •imdNam. BVATMT. 

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AUIOMAY1C ILRCTEiC RANGE 
Mt aatotoaiM l-igaa rtfriparaiar. 
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mIaC'E' XEAl. FUR~CIIAT, 

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ranpa. ftinipra riokar. kloi<ar; aaw- 

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f E AND rUENACtTARTE 
'tatratora Vtotoria papadriaa 
Lid III Paaibraka Et EV 4*il3i 


KLXCTEiH.UX VACUUM OUnO 
cuadPmn. nmtpsm* t» GR P*IM3 i 


YOUNG GRAIN-FBO FDRK^ IlOE 
m atoria. 31c a to , nd and wnm 
Md Br^a to. Makkariay GR ERSL 

FREW LOCAL COWf. Mr OCE' 


12 MISCILLANIOUS 
FOR SALI 


EOiTHALLA HEATING LTD W 

Ea lpiprai tv a*trn 

fOMUNATlbN CAil~ANn (VIAL 
r*"R» nir^«w pt^ EV }-«4M. 

'Wtl-CA* HEArCR.''DE 


ROAT. TRAIU, 
ar, Mk.B. Mairwy nadnr CriHrata.! 
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^ vttE aiBtar. 


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PITS 


ICWMAH ^HFPHERU iH'PS <B 1 R • 
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BRAtnipih. blaHcjCai* mu^ 

? msntiu. to fOM Arm* Ptton* 
i OR 7-Mlt 


•2 MISCILLANfOUS 
FOR SALE 

- -- r>ACH5Hi w. pt’mtimro rt ■ 

METRICAL - - - - - 

FOR KFFCrrrX’K WEIGHT COR .Si 

TROL WITH ADE Qt’ATE RUTRl ? ' 

TKJ*rANARiER n» TP Al t prr 

RRtERCR ^ ^ . tu99it^ _EV 

I Miw IIn myrah boua. hamsters. 

miro nymlwyt MottMii'i Pom 


OWL DRUG 

DOt'GLAS AT lYSRT 

EV 5-6761 


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^enirn KeTfigeroTors / ^ 4 * ori um 

Vb !• P#* Trid»»ln Allovkae* — -,_ ■ 

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'100 CARS fOR SALE 100 CARS ROR SALE 


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CAR CENTRE 
LTD. 

Yqfes ot Coa^ 

"SMALL CARS'"'^ 

c-j roNsrt CAM-- 

JO ,rtp rnndiiMM OOTJ _ 

54ir:rM.. $795 OUTVALUES 


Ask the People 
Who Know 

NOBODY 


RENT A PREB^< 

FREE rarTALLATlON 
ON ZENITH DRTERS 

MARSHALL-WELLS 

1M Pwt H BV«-Ua 


100 CARS FOR SAU 100 CARS FOR SALE lOO CARS FOR SALE 100 CARS FOR SALE 


01 CHICKS, FOULTRY, 
HATCHING EGGS 
AND SUPPLIES 


NEED SPACE' 

TAEB THESE AWAT 
WHAT DO TOO OPPHR* 

Man iem> cRpTHne Irtfrimed Nvw- 
c«rd raw I drawers. 7xi‘ 

■KNvraae wtth tU«* fron< «uiiattle 
Iv ditidran • f l ow » T>4 Want- 
rahe trvafc. mrtllew madlOna 
••BaraU flaetrtc ovaa. laitaBla 
•ar caffaa ihop ar bOM« 

SALEB , - - - 

UK »». It nw rn)»i»ci UK 


MORRISON 

MODEL 

SALE 


OCTOBER 

INVENTORY 

REDUCTION 

SALE 


......... u..« .Tn nO.HlY OT-CK fAIlM 

M B*f Hut*!. CRi-UW 
^ll****®* PraaMaikd diKiuinai 


_ M«i • Bv».mi 

Wt art ea* Ukta^artftri for 


'%nC.A EUICE l-Ooor Ntrdtop 

Mtcnar cant euapO voa ; I 7 04 Radio haaitt auie> { 

CBU Um Pane matte Rctular dOOC 

iQ. UKBJUI Li /A •!»». No* SyVD 

/Vtornson S /\r0 JOCX rruoi 

I YDO Radio btattr ortrdriTt ; 

S,r" $1395 


BUYERS' 

MARKET 

AT 

EMPRESS 


TELMAC 

PREARNTS 


oa erdar ai (arm. 


Alban t baby baaf 


wrapMd WANTED - LITE POWL AND 


Aad abarp /raota Btdaa. IM Iba roaatara laa 
aaarata. 4de lb. (roau. It Iba raur nlact 
bmdt It Wi 
Rarra^ B*t 


iraca. 

n tiafa. Mc 
tragt, Mr 
fdbd. aU atat. I Ibi (ar 


HIO AND ijma BtBTBR 
matchiu daU earna«aa, larit lib. 
amtit W tturd> •tmitar ba |B. 
cbUd a vatoa 19 all abcalitBi rae- m 
dlUan Cali after bam (Nadaa 
■V b>m( 


try Victerta Poaltn ET 3 

LivmocK 
AND SUPPLIES 


Now Offering 
For Soleo Lim- 
i t e d Number 
of Near - New 


ONE YEAR 
GUARANTEE 

At la*l (ur the uaad rar puichaaer 
• cuaraotee Ibai elinynaiea the rlHc 
awl fivea d'lvtitf »e*-ufll> (or one 
'full year Nexer M our tnduairy hai 
to nffe-- aurh 
, ...........r Now Tetnuir 

I'preaenu with pride a r^Hoprehefitbe 
'fz-monlh no«)>deprertaiinE mechantral 
r aa«vit> ruarantet — lb. 


; CA PREFECT tPO^ 

JO lit perfeti . ^OTJ 

C Z VACXKALL. < 1 

100 CARS FOR SALE arvhndar ^ I 47 j 

$1595 
$1095 


SPEEDWAY 

MOTORS 

FostesI 4-Door 
Sedan in the World 


57 “.rr., $1595 

56 


OLSON'S 


$1495 


"SPECIALS" 


M Sri'OEBAKER . 

$2 DODfJE .. 

M DE «>TO 

0 MB 
00 
. t »0 

M PONTIAC 

.. 906 

"TRUCKS" 


0 MERCl RY H-Ton. 


uv» |7nn 

.0 30 

bb THAME.V 90 Pkkup 

0 0 & 

0 INTERNATIONAL 

0 . 0 $ 


eg .MERCl'RY Paruane «-Dm 
Hardtop. Ldadtd with extraa 
A dream to drive 

eg TR3 Sporta Car Overdnva. 
J' ruatom radio The iop« in per¬ 
formance ^'>'500 

Lieenre moi 4^077 
eg .MG Matnelte Sedan Cuaiora 
radio, very clear d i 000 
Urertre TT4 P • ~ ' 

DODGE Sedan De hue extraa 
J' new pami $U49 


and labor 
writ Ins 


t ertcea veltbed •« p* C* -- I I I 1953 Heater Reeu- 

otfi-iibt _ For bale QLim- ^ 

PONTIAC b-DoOT sedan 


$695 » M 8T1N SEDAN. 

^ . 

JJTJ c-w VArXHALL Super CIAQR SC OXbYyRD SEDAN. 

jr Vlrlof Sedan. <reen 4l'-r”J rtf P» Sate . 


I 


U-CADGE BELGIAN AirrobtATfC 
tolld rawed 
butt I ' 

S?? -I pieieTy eoand and luibleraiebM Suit 

WBStlNG HOUSE WRINGER. aMe (or ranng ar the tbnw rM« i 
waeher Mb. Pewrtti «tt rant* ^ Prtce Mon Pbneie GR b-Hbi. 

fBcnwvtrt lo real ani wood*. Mb •—— _ — —■ j.il . . 

BVb-lBM before • bw A SPRING 


1960 


fiwn 4* ' V e „ 1300 

Heater Regv- ^ arxe CZ VAlfXHALl. Veinx #i 1 TC M HILLMAN SEDAN 

New $495 D 6 Mart hhie $ I I / J ret 1490 Sale 

PLYMOirm Bedan eC At'.STlN A-IO Sedan, « AfSTIN SEDAN. 

Radte. healer #QOR fret" 

Now >Oyj c-i VACXHALL Vekut. EXQ*; rtf OPO Sale 

DODOS Bedan Heater JJ »>lue ^07^ SS AI STIN SEDAN 

VAl'XHALL Wyvem 


STATION WAGONS 

59; 


Moke No Mistoke 
We Do Sell For Less 


lOCX *»«>■ • 

: l7jO aateaiatte trana Re«u* CA VArXHALL 1 

»> «•• tlOO^ ■*<»«»• 

_ ■BIWTJ c A CONS'" 

PLYMOUTH Savoy b- D4 heite 
Deer Radio heater. 


$695 ref MSO Sale 

^ H VANGl ARD SEDAN. 

$695 
$695 


™*' $21951 

«» RA PLYMOUTH •S." AT radio.! 

JO lure r 1 OgCi 

tsaS rondiljon .p I J7J 


C7 FORD. atNomatit. 

J' V-S radio \,'i 


tS» Sale 
I MPH 9-n< 
9960 Sale 


CZ PONTIAC t" 
JO powe r tieermf. 


L (.)(.) K 

Toke the wheel of to* 

5'595|CAR CENTRE «toy'* 'teol on a 


Savoy 4, 54 $695 94 ESIlMAN SEDAN. ■“ CZ VOLKSWAGEN t 1 1 QSi 

.T heife .PU7..A ITSO sale 1386 JO Wtndnw Van ^ > I 7 YATES AT COOK 


■d fib DOlv-r-babe adtuW- b-YEAR OLD THnROI’GHRRKn _ ___ "®* 

plate' A?^eaiidH>n 6 FITS brtdWf H^ Wlnnep M 2 ^LJC\/D^| CTC 1 OEO 

I El : Pocee and over tl-Mb bi Ibib- Com- I, .l l F y I ^ • 7 JO uwor Haoio nvowr. * pBOrwr-r * t •%m kwr'i ia v rv^m 

^ -Inieielv wmA ani iB.M.«i.An.d «pu. Nw* ih-Tixwt-a-.we automatic power brakea Reta- 58 PREFECT SWioB d 137 C » ^GLU 9Drt>R 

and ilf«""* $ 1795 58 $1295 “ ’SS'-'u"”*’'- Z 

J. ..CORVAIRS' 

Rs: ’.4SSr »«*^.Kur»^.N ‘2! ^ SI395 59x«*|^L^vw« $ 1560 „ iffi; 


AT. radio. ■ 

$1695 


ENGLISH 
CEf 
LTD 


V-b RMNOt- 
Lirenrt fTTlI 


$1699 


table OR 9-lWl 


_^ —iMijii-iji. ■arwwAi'W w**w'*7 •»« . e»«« uaav. 1 

oJl"^te RMa tank bad 6fni~M>MO(mi'-6Lb~irRR'l^RD | FlPCP ImrT^OC* 

rrSi toed older »-ple« bath- tlbS. I aeldmi paay. very tefitlt * * II I 11 I IVJVu 

foem (Mldret OR T-bbib Slab EV4 IbaTbefore 11 or aner 1 


•a MISCELLANEOUS 
WANTED 


um EV oefore it or aner a | ^ ^ g 

SHEEP AND RAMS BAIH UlOtG b H O D “ 

OR l-Sbbl. w • sz * w w ^ 

i«ya> Serviced Cars 


UI.Yk KAItMnt .YCBM 


Rnr 

30-DAY EXCHANGE 
6000-MILE 
WARRANTY 

TOP PRICES FOR 
TRADES » 


Why Sail For Lass? 


Ra 1 

Cappm Wttu - 

__M 22V4c 

Red 

Braab 

cm.... 0 

16C 

Cif 

Radmioeb 

..... 0 

14C 

343 TYEE RD. 


EV' 

1-6922 


Induftriol 

ron Co. 

Ltd 

eONTEHTB 43P 
fOR CASH 00 

BOain BOUGHl 
ADVANCE UAOB 


yy 


NEW CAR 
DIRECTORY 


Are Fully “st"* •s, 

Equipped and « 


tm 

•1 PLYMOUTH Sedan. Now. Ubb 
CMEV 911 Oaly..^ . b94b 
bb PLYMOUTH Only.. IIU 


Bedan. Mark 'P • ft HILLMAN BEDAN. 

54 S.5, $1195 - ■ 

eg MORRIS Minor. $^75 » rInALLT SEDAN. 

Ja fraen ^ 

CO AUSTIN B-dan, •• VICTOR BIPER. 

D4 ^ S40U ret n.inn Sale 

9b ENSIGN. AlTOMATtr. 

r«f tl.bM Sble |1 Tb9 

30-DAY EXCHANGE payment in nsrsMiiER 50 


CHOICE SMALL CARS 

eg KARMANN GHU COgO^ 
J' Convertible, radio •^aJT.j 
CO VOLKSWAGEN Dt E 1 dQCl 
J' Luxe, low mlleaB* w I J 


Luxe, lew mlleaB* 

« »w CQ VOLKSWAGEN De tl ‘JOR 
„ ^ JO Luxe radio ^ • J7 J 

eg SUNBEAM Rapier Hardtop. 

"" 3Sr. . $1695 


58 


LLOYDWAGCN 


$895 


GUARANTEES YOUR 
SATISFACTION 


smort 56 or 55 A-1 ra- 
conditioried outomobila. 
12,000 miles warranty 
in writing. 


DOMINION 

MOTORS LTD.: IS days Frae Xchanga. 


Blaabhard and Cormorant 

bOM HVMIU W SVMia 


STUDEBAKER LARK 


SPECIAL 
55 JAGUAR MARK VII 


Auto irane. power brabtt. wMte wall 
ilrwa ThN mr baa been ehauNeur 
I driven and hns been mnlntetned toi 


E-Z T«rm$, E-Z Termi 


CZ BUICK Spmrial Sedan aidm 

nwir. Cybtmn ^ | 599 


radio Ucenrt I3>bi't 


W METEOR b-Door 
Watnn. auiomnUc 


Counuy 

ihan 


HILLMAN ........ $195 

NO MONEY DOWN 50val'xhall $195 

nnST PAYMENT IN DEC 1 .. 

UP TO m MONTHS TO PAY 

Buftfei m in de d purrnaeeri win THP^F 

, I_^_i I ■r|_n_ I , Olid lerma taihimd by YMmae tliai N-'iuwrxiritvb _ 

IT*$ HERE ^ PLYMOUTH Only.. IIU cc PONTIAC SDnor. CiggC f*!*:*®^ rUm^le the *P* b pnv fpr Pnct OOd Cofbdition 

THEa96. VOLVO Hove All the NO PAYMENT TILL 5 295 

NOV *5 J-f freen aR ' » '.J re na r dHm of yowr immediate •POF.j CQ LARS Sutlan WafM. 

'553ie" *^ . $695 tWAY . ! 

LIFE INSURED CC PONTIAC V-B n OOS CO CHf:\'ROLET. t70S - ^ 56 Wwnayr. 

rONTPArT^ Wue ) I ATD If Creetb—bb V'fward— a-M Auetin AT radio .. ^''J AQ J^^AT tlallon 

L.UrNIKAL.13 CC CHEV Bel Air. wHb rndto. M Opel - 91 Oxford • 91 Hnmher Crt PONTIAC , tOO*\ 12^^!.. $1545 

Oj rml tlOQt-5 An ^ l a— M Hillman—9b Oxf<^ Jv S-Dnor $4 tj fiiaraniee ........ ▼ 

grey 


MOONEY'S ON FORT 

Ml Perl St - BV bblTB 


_ De Luxe GM 

Appointments 
-and Options ! 

1AA rARt EAR CAIt '•^* *'-* 


A iharv 

Lleeficc blllb $1699 

CZ METEOR Tltdor Pidly rw 
J^ coodiikmed. Ready to ta 

iisr $1199 
$ 1695 CZ MITCOK CuMimllM. •«. 

_ _ . mahr Inw mllea, ^ . .aaza 


* t-iiMom radio, 
t 913 


*M Hlitman b*Oaer. 


MAYNARD'S 
Auctionaers 
am* cun MIW .M 

731 -3 Johnson St. . 

MM EV4-MB 


Lunds Auctioneers 

CAW ADV4KCES 
moMn i*TTi,r«ii«T 

926 Fort EV 6-3308 


VK BUY AND EBas. CAMKKAb 

--— MRfwmefda. mdlaa form 

Give 


I b ‘WU 


or ibPiitnwi 
laintf TradbR 
BVbdMb 


Tradbis MU Gbv 


WANTED BY PRIVATE PARTY 

bnUMim Mnabw. amp iam b er, new 
if mti. nay ftne er lenfib- PNwm 
QRSIBIB 


TRADE NOW, 

And savt yoursalt tha 
cost of preparing your| 
old cor for the winter 
months. Our cars ore; 
fully reconditioned and 
oil hove antifreeze, you 
moy hove your option of I 
standard or snow tires ot, 
no extro cost. | 


WAimtD TO mnr 
coimxTS or xomis 

<Or pertb (barb'd • ;. 

tvvKn n*ii- emc* *„« K-».| 

$26951 


eg FORD Sedan. 
J' Bryl., beater . 


$2195; 


rulwmmE. etc . waitte] 

irt vm emaSica Pme ' 

EV >1111 

ZlS— : ^ ---r=—=: rORO Raacb Warm Radio 

WARTED-BOY'B RALEIGH M Do dealer R'YzAC 

Maum *vnm - r^FOXD M» lum.. imm 

$1495' 

cz FORD Ranch Wafnn.' 

$1745 

55 *^',^ 95 ' 


CABS PRtCU PAID FOR QXHT^ i 

■Ma'b B^ iwad cMUln|. Hh , 

Rrtdd K EV9JP4 : 

0000 ROOM ALWAYjL^^GBT 

■BUNTED BOOKSHOP _ 
f rwt WORLDBOOK EV 9 -142f ! 

fUMRITVIRS AND APPLUM 

PURCHASED FOR CASS 
EtUHAWB tv bSbb: ‘ 

#AHTED extra” LONG. FULL 55 


SPECIAL 

FINANCING! 

! 

10% DOWN 

on 

Appeoved Crfdit 

! ! ! 

UP TO 

36 MONTHS 
TO PAY 

On o GMAC 
Lift-Insured Confroct 
MM 

$100 

Depreciation 


R 1 one * AnfUa—99 Rillmab—99 Oxford 

ItZVa w Pmm-w Vkiunsii-ai Komi 

m... 4b anetlB—4d Vaaaaard—bl Morris 

’lb SaBbyr Sedan H Only 11 bbb S5 S adaw. awtamalr. |j uarrle—4b VaBard—M Jbfunr 

•MnumLa. mla. . .T , if OxfbN-91 RniBas l| Ak^tm 

M HUlman Sedan H Rm brakea. M AttRlb-M VoUwwnfbiv-^ AdaMn 

Ibb^ Now iTbb Muf ^ I 07^ i 3 a-fb—19 Vanraard—b Marri# 

Hillman — M Ro'vr 

. 


M DRW I RardlDB. Ref. tl.bb5 

Hew il,-*- 


CZ PONTIAC b-Door KardicBi 
JO eiHomaiic. radio, pnwer itebr- 


Sb Morrta M Hillman - M Ro\-er 
9b Mliwr - II HlUmaa - b.' 

K J» ^ I^ «.m. J, 695 5 

_ _ _ . ... X: nx(on.--bb Vauxhati—41 Enelfn 

EO Berfward l-Doer. H M ill CT DODGE Sedan. CMOQ »B Mtabr-aT S-bfward-M AnetS 

•m Berkeley Convertible. Rea J' aoiomalir. Mark •p I ^7J « TnwnRb-« Vauvhntl W TBird 

bl.bbb New itA cO PONTUC S-Dnnr. E100C **»*“■ 

‘lb AnfUa 3-Dber 

’M Hbrald Sedan. eg PONTIAC b-Daor. ClOQC: 0 Jasunj^ VampmiS-^-IB'MUw 

radio, freen w I 77J $3 utaer—ff Sbrcward-4f Oxfbro 

E. w FORD Six Sedan. # 1 ZOC ^ KRUB '• 0 HlUtiuu) - 0 Velex 

TRUCKS nm^S? MaT^ $ 1 695 • llorrli - 0 RwauM - 0 Aiwifo 

I v' ninecnaur. nn»e ▼ „ Hiumao-ii c 


' 9-Dnor 

We Need Used 
Volkswogens 

971 YATES ST. 


' CC MOKRK 
Mlnv 


utner .... 

51 TAHOOAIUI _ $295 


$595 

$345 


a. wbitcwalli 


Oaly II.IM JO radle. hhie 

CO PONTUC b-Daor. 

.... bl.bbb jO 

^ ** 6meu'-« HWtnniv-bl 

0 PORD 'i-Tia PtekoA b-cyl R7 HardtoB, nm«»mair. 0 HnslQ-0 Vauxhall-0 Victor 

‘new .-ondinoa'. Oldy Sl.BK P'^ ^eertas $21 


VANOUAfkD 

TRUCKS 

ee VOLESWAORN 
I 00 Window Van 

56S£S;V'‘:’!-.... 


oi^ 

9MC b-Toa. ban aad bout 


9b Q L. 

Only _ II. 

auKwaettr. yallaw 
CT OLDS Hardtaf. aataasallr. 

NATIONAL ’''*^2195 

MOT ORS I 

•U YATES EV b«Tb PLYMOtTTH Babarhan wdh 

OPEN OAT AHD HlOtff $1895 

CT PONTIAC SUtlon Wafon. aata- 

$2295 


TELMAC 

SMALL CAR 

MOTORMARkn 
•bb Fort EVS9b« 

OPEN EACH BVRH1NG 

Fri. to 10—Sot. to 9 


$995 

$995 


CC DODGE Retrm Badaa A very 
J J dcp^nAable car # 1 AQO 
Umre OtBb ^ • WTT 

CC PLYMOUTH BUIKMI Wafoa 
JJ Oaal Burpoee uM. A>1 >•**>■ 
JJW, LWW. $,299 


10% Down On 
Approved Credit 
om nu. I TM. 


Radio, healer. 
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$995 

Bryl radw healer $ 1 695 | 

54jjiNmr9.tN J1095I 

SlMCA Uree €1044 

Bedan Neater ^ 

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C7 DODGE Royel Baden Radla., 
J' heater. P8. PH. 
autft 

$1645; 


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$1095 Months on a Ntw 1961 ,cgvAuxiuLL vwiar sietioa 52 bSf 

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tra> 

CHEV Sedan. 


Comparoble Model! 
Mil 


sar 

rawok 


$495 

$595 


HILLMAN - BUNBEAM 
RAMBLER - ROVER 

JAMESON 

MOTORS 

LTD. 

ew JAGUAR Badaa. oae owner. 

$1995 


The Races Are Over 
3uf You Con Still 

WIN! 

STRAIGHT: 

]57 Olds Super 88 Sedan 
Fully equipped and' 

.*2195; morris 

PLACE; I MINI-MINOR 

(57 Austin A-96 Sedon $136 Down, $43 Month 
A 6 -eyl beouty ond now 
only ......$1595 

SHOW; 

55 Vauxhall 6 Sedon, 
new<or condition Col¬ 
lect on this at.$1095 


On AKNovL'd Cradtt 


BET ON THESE 


eg HlLUiAN BialMi Warw S 
J^ dnetr model with €1 AOQ 
tailfate .piW7wJ 

eg MORRIS 160 Coach Claan. 
JO low mUaaft 
car 

VOLKfWAGBN 
tranaporiatMn 


$1095 

I acawawt- 

.$995 


$1895 53 

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eg VAUXHALL Vefoa. w pertan Ja hiue 
J' ahape RMins coat- CIOAR.iNl BUICK Man. 
fort pirn ecnaomy -P ''•t.J 


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$1845 b9 I-ITMOUTH Bedan radla bbib 
^ II MORbIb Oxfard Sbdaa . b3M 

$695 53 CHEVROLET Sadan. $395 «l OODoT Sedan Bm tbU 09 

$595 S 5 '-^’'“oi^Tii 

J J eutnmallc. one owner 


radio A lov^ aidomobUe. 

SSr $1299 

FORD Faliiane Sedea Autn- 
mailr. naRom $1399 


55 

radm. Uronea 

CC FORD Sedan The 
JJ week 


buy of (be 

$1049 


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OUTVALUES 

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6 -Manth — 6,000-Mile 
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aulcMaallr 

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1495 Xn TRIUMPH HemM Sedan, tike 

$395' 4AN ^iotj 

58!i;iir*.i“jr $1295 


A & A 
CARMART 


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J' Sedna Healer 


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C a PONTIAC Very eleaa. in- cO HENRY J. Sedan. 
J^ ftlde and oai tOA^ J^ nwnton 
dee 1 $. try It . . J 


EXAMPLES: ; STUDEBAKEB Cbamplaa 


One ewner. enetom radio. | 

_$995 


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SPECIALS 


CZ ROVER 0 Sedan, a pmMy 

$300 ^®^“ $1995! 

$595! 


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inetde and ow 


HORWOOD 

BROTHERS 


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J' TVdnr . 


C J AUSTIN Bnmereet 
J^ Bedan. very rlean 
CZ OLDSMORTLE Hardtop, with 
JO radKi - - - - 

eutomellr 


Th. Notion's Top Seller 

YftUTH ji^*ei^ JJ Heater $755 1Q ^U«v/ ie/-i I ^*1 AUBTIN Bamerwl Cean Cl MONARCH 11 SO 58 $2295 

m. mi»i«i. rr.:«« I960 LheVrOlet 53cj..« iw 31 s^n . $130 

__JJ s«i.» H~i«- *1073 ^ «« $595 47 

I CO nnOGE Sedan t.7 »aio« tM traauiiMiaa. eattem ***”' 

SWAPS 52 J??”*™ 

' 52 ’!?*'" $595 « muw Lmw. - _$395 52Tmi:> 

52!E3",r„"m,- $695 SAVE $935 


K-M MOTORS 

$16451 950 YATES 


MECCANO SETS GR b4UB 


Sedan 

PLYMOITH 


SPECIALS 


MPH 
Mayflower 

It or trade, open ta nffrrx. > DZ aufo 5AVII .CI CHEVROLET BHaa New jg VANGUARD 

Appravhaatc vab» BLdU. Cnntict i ; J l tlret beater and defroeter*. W7 foeten 

Cha^ car. GR MB0 after b . . - 


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Sedan, cueinm radw. de uwe 


SPECIAL 

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5745 58™^“;^ $2099 

i57“rriw*r. $1699 

.$1099 

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Stock Reduction CC HILLMAN 1707 

<;ale . 

53 ^.IIL . J(J97 

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4-Dt 57 Mill .. $1545 


CZ ANCLU 
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, CC VOLKSWAGEN 
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nade for TV of ami value. bl00l 
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SWAP 10* STUDEBAKER SEDAN, 
napd runaiac order.lor wbai have 
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UU TRIUMPH MATPioWER. 
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ELECTRIC IRDNBR FOR LEAP 
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let beat aad trailer OR S-Mlb 

F?IR 


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wwe RAMBLER Db Luxe Sedan. 

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motfw ^' ^7 meteor 

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JO srry welL tOO^ miermr See thie economy 56 J »475 

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$100 

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$75 •"»»» *m tbia at ^ ' J^J 

JJ CHEVROLET De Luxe b-Dw 


$175 


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De hLxe '70' Sedan wdh auioma- 
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Bert Savase_EV 34117 

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MORRISON 

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LTD. 


J2 CHRV. Sedan Deu«- 

1010 YATES EV 2-9121 52^1^5 


nwx'MsatM sm 

radn». overtibuled mot'»r. in SS CHFV VI 

lovely clean mndUko. Mrsne. aut'enaiir 

A »rry popular #1 agg PO.NTIAC b cyi 

mndel priced at -pIsJFF OD Sedan 

METEOR Vb 


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J^ nmvery red 


tnos JAMESON MOTORS 60 Rambler Wgn $2499 55 JS.' 
t oc ltd. 57 Consul Sedon $1399 

$495 uoi'CHTON »r. evmo 55 Prefect Sedan ..$699 

vicTomA. B C 52 Merc A T 4-Dr, $599 

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Motors 


SPECIALS 

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57 $1695 


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59! 

59 


59 Stude Sedan, $1899 


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$289 c A Ai-sni 

A « ntamte and Cab 

$ I TD C 7 G.MC. b-Tnn 

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BEDFORD 

MOTORS 

Pandora at Quadra 
EVABEl 


Flat deck 

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KARLAND 

C 7 CHIT M AU MA'iuw 940 Yates EV 3-1108 
l.r*" $1895 

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: IbM Dedft autematte V-b Can- 
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aft. tmly 0 40 


Radte aad 
beater 

JJ FORD sedaa 


dperial 
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$1550 

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Quadra at Pem0eka BU 

$2495 


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$3895 

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CC meteor Tudar V-l, A-T. KV 4-901 

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Gotm Rood Eost 


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KING REALTY 


RANDALL'S 

LTD. 


MOREY & 
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FAIRFIELD 

REALTY 

335 COOK ST. 


BOORMAN 


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(ROYAL OAK) LTD. 
PH GR 9-1211 

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GUEST OR RE^T HOME 

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2-YR STUCCO 
JUST $10,500 

Lao ft. uak n<»ra. :-«ni> hall. 
UrYv LK with IT. Elc:- rab kM with 
I'A 3 lane bedniis wtth rtoeile 
I'uli lisml 'fttb Dr-tn (arafe Mr 
, iw< e and •llUt> G'>nd hich M od 
' tnuH drert Y'BI wiU Ube tbia eat 

KV d«EM 


IbVKSTMEhT Ca LTD. 

FORT KTRERT KV »-TU( 


ADD ' 
$4000 
TO 
$8000 
TO YOUR 
INCOME 

With o 

PhilcO'Bendix Equipped 

KING KOIN 
LAUNDERETTE 


Interest Only Loons' 


TRIPLEX 
3 SUITES 


FAIRFIELD 

BE READY TO LOSE 
• YOUR HEART 


CASH 

REQUIRED 


0«r rurtw IB niereei-.''J n Imd 
me iirsnes tm tn iNTl..lF;>r 
ORLY haaw lyena rUMdemd 
<iei t^rit ualtidoal mAnu 
Ql'lCK ARSWKR.^ vee IViN 
RARV'LY ei Ncirlhw^lem 
Sminuea eC Wtuiie Ltd. 


(Vw la rerefree leaantf pay own 
beatinc aM lidhtina AU unita aeir 
mntauted Kirat-claM rundltion ThM 
WiM-re boildtnt M well main’ained 
Re^endP per monlh with tllv 

AH aner evpe aeet Mr laxea la- 
auranrd and water Very Bn-id 

. $12,600 


oM Btxm aad bua. LK We butU tbu enutaadiat three- 
FP diaette raare-aavinc bedroeai modem borne far -he 
kiU bi^ baaetaent HA evreeri. iwe rears age A move 
Low laxea. Owner wiUieut ef leea cqmmU aa taimediaie 

PMunaMe down ^orscA “*• ** * 

Fail anew 5oy!>U The priee U the eaaci ameuaii 

■ ■*mtK »v e-TBP lead Ibe evoer b^ etace tpeati 

I about 11 Sid on lapr^vemeata.i 
I Located bo a gairt pared elreet 

TM Y TERRACE !»■ »*»• Tolmle area, vllbln 

I trvr\/-vs,.i. ] dUuace of all aaieauiea 

erloidunt the ciU and ThU U ouutaadtag valae aad 

■ ihu aaerkMia l-bed-1 eould aot be replaced for leas thaa 

me. The tbSlgh haU W ail mote thaa ♦ i -x 
widue. with larte LR ‘ the pnee ef » I J/OVAJ 

eak fkaira end opeo Pre nr. Jdbasteot. OR f-iail; 
laraie dtnmt rooes. bH- oR l-sne 

rooeay aad the batbm 
Pt mb fnbe wrttb vpnas. 
an namarujate baene m 
our (atee* reeldential 


$9)50 

I Phone KV S-BTTl an>tfine. 

I DRIVE BY 
I 3165 EARL GREY ST. 

'A emart avudem >turro bungmiw 
' Larfe TmorTWAH «1T1I FT ipatiuue 
I rdb elc? iKniAi with eattnc tpare: 
^ fo>4 hedrouma Oak Onnra. Full 
'TjsirmeM 0-0-.M hcni Drive-ta gar- 
’ age CVwr to erhunlB. Moree and hue. 

ni' ^ $9950 

Cee. Pearce. KV LaTtl an>11fne. 


lameilia hwh end fruM treee lorn 
an (dear aettiiig roe thia lovely 
htene. la eJbNC* Fairfield dtUriri. 
1.1'iee in FYoni dour opetia to en- 
Iranre and ihn/ hall. LoWly living 
hatin wttb DanUh nreplare gueat- 
atae dieting nnim all on hord 'd 
n»'7v I Idee hedOMTlt Lnre Pem¬ 
broke balh tmaP eleetnr-' rabtriet 
kilchea with eaiiag areb Full 
revnrat haeemeiM. rodar lined, hoa 
itire fanUl} m«m New OO-M 
heal Bark, garden oa thu large let 
4aa nh-e playStuer Mr rboitren. 
With eicretkni vrma yod ran be¬ 
lieve that thu amart aturro* Ninaa* 

rr»r,.s:‘'-*$j 1,750 

CaU L Tdaratiall wwe- 
KV LVW aavtiaae. 


mortgage' 

MONEY AVAILABLE 


LADIES' LlNCiERIE 


FAMILY HOME 
$1000 DOWN 

Hauiiaui area. I bedrooma famil>- 
Kte kllrhen gaa and ell rai%e«. 
plenty of mbima. pvtag poom. fire- 
ptaie. hook ramaeta thru hall Full 
Waemenl AMomafie oil bM-wsTer 
beailiw- radMluri all reoma Separate 
garwge Varani -- 


Mon’hls P^vawbta 
RO BONUS 

PavmenU Fully laeured 
Aeslaat gk-kpeaa. AcCldeal aad 

Death 

CRESCENT FINANCE 

Caaadlaa-Caaet to Cmi 

T« Yam_ 

r^IVATK MORTUAGK f V R D i 
avaflabie tmmodiately larte br 
miaU amount* A. Beciarct B Co 

Ud S» Fait atroM. Iv 4-«lh 


I AND earaet etwp Very attractive 
jpi.n rxrelleat atock CBolrv 
idowQiwarn locaiien All %ioca and 
I Bivtt fUlurea included Full price 

i*';:. $4950 

' PBaae Mr* Lavender KV >-dlOT 


Featuring Double • Load 
Double “ Profit Woshers 


CHOICE 

ACREAGE 

WATERFRONT 


$7950 


CONNORTON LANE 


FAMILY HOME 
PLUS REVENUE ! 

f ROOMS S SETS PLUMBING 
All m fine rundilMi and eo apartoua , 
4 large rum*. 2-pce hathruoro 2-' 
pre lavaiiirv, thru hall ea fr>au«d 
near. UpelaDU are S roama ana haib-1 
rarm reMed SNl Full cement laml. I 
pirage. OO-M heal Earrllenib' 
utuated only a few dnor* off &ufe 
Rnad. hua and atore potentAI 

' rx'iiAue if n^uwrd Veadur requirea 
lair down payment aad iTtlabitv 

$12,950 

Some fumHure mrhided m the price. 

A o'* Hill KV S-ttm 

OAKLANDS 

Bpacipu* alder-type (aaaUjr bum* 
gahjw altuaied on Fortww Street 
clOM to Raultaib I rooau aad 
breakfaat peak aad epare b e d r aam 
la full eea bemt OK hot-eir 
fumade Bep garage Ideally 
altuated eloe# td mhdA*. bua aad 
■b onp mg cenifu ILMB wtU bamMe 
abd vendor *111 carry eTOCA 
balance Full priee ^/TOU 

A. o mu. KV v-mi 


Lee Jenkiaa evea GR7112T | 

KEW SXS DUPLEX 

Lee LM'wna FP. 2 BiU. oah (tra. 
r» elec kit wtlb DA. 4-pce baih. 
MU remeni burnt with dn-bi ffraee 
and olility. auto od be*' each aid ■ 
ene vide leaeed tor one tear at tap 

171 nnn 


Set am-mgat mature oaka thl« 
beme ^fert a tveepiag vie* from 
lu bleb loeiaton a« well aapkair 
of vecluaton Ttierc are 2 bed¬ 
room*. a veperate dlalbf ream 
bad large cemforUMe Uviag room. 
Otl beat fuU baeemeot uttUty 
edf the kiteben are etber latev- 
eetlbg feataree Clear tuif >ut 

... 5,4,500 

Per apnetnimeni to vie* eak far 
Mr Portnae ORT-IIIL or 
Be* . OR 7-in» 


DUPLEX $l(X)0 DOWN 


142 WANTiD TO 
BORROW 


WATERFRONT 

DUPLEX 

Suhotantial reaidence n A1 emdl 
Hon Large hvtng room with IT. 
S bedfuume and large cabmrt elec- 
inr idtcbMi. ptua idiUiy room. Four 
large rouma halbriMcn aad atora- 
rwun up. rented ITS per moath. 
FuU bemt. phg. et beat 19K M to 
the waierfntM CIA OAA 


KOIh/ LAUNDRY 
SALES, LTD. 

CHAKLBg D PRANKUN 


BEACON HILL 
4-BEDRM 


'Inorcos* Your Profit' 


VIEW PROPERTY 
FAIRFIELD 

Tbe tea aad awuaiala vie* from 
tbu lavelv modem borne U ateet 
dealrable There are 2 ledroama 
plua den Lovely rumpu* room. 


INVESTMENTS 


<4 ' FAIRKIKUX 4 !fC aurtea pam 
at I roiime •mner 1 

FAIKklCLU iLh>4 dufdex I 
I cnY I revenue humes. en 
sijai'ffw hut. paytful 1P*V I 
'riTY 12 SC mdea I 

» CITY W 8C apartmew 
j hHtra I 

For pnrttrular* Jack Bru 

! KVMm 


UNIVERSITY DISTRICT^ 
$6950 

I Four-roam bungalow livbig roam, 
lai gr kunpwTb. S bedr w ma S-pr 
hailuoum. r.ice httciwn wKb od; 
range. Baecmeai with boi-eir fur-1 
neca. Sep gaiagt. On nice eewered 

S,. $6950' 

On t«P above call Mr. Sudbury, 
evea. GR MHt 

I IMS Do^ae St Pk KV 4-«MI 


TAKE HOME 
CASH 


CRACKLING like a firecracker to 
tbU iS-yr.-aM tun baeemeat 
bom* priced under tlSStt 
CRISP ae ae* laundry *lth It* 
neat U«a* fresh paint and 
homey etmoenbere. 

FRKBK oa the market, cleee to 
hue. tehaoto aad iraaeperutioa 
IB tbto t-bedreom pome with these 
le« monthly paymmis tac taie*. 
Devn payment to U.IM er *e 


QUALITY BUILT 
SPANISH style 
WEST GORGE - CITY 

line IBimly ho«f4. angina. 1 • 
I R. an ene Amr Hardvnjod floo 


145 lUSlNfSS 
OPPORTUNITIES 


HEY! 

JUST A MINUTE! 

IT wer cHRimtAs yrr 
IF IT wriu. WK WO(iu> 1 
TO_8KWD TOC A C 


HOME AND/OR 
INCOME 

Wdvunne tnun 2 inncKAH autlei 
domprtomg UL Cut with rua 
hedr and haihr.. other UL 1 
hedr and bathr PHm l«arln 
hedr Md«r mr yuureeU Hcrr W< 
oa HEAT Fun bamL Kv 


DUPLEX 

SALE' TRADE! 

rvty ihijlr*. tiuctm. enurely 
oiatged •udlMy ^ real 
here. S nlee rvamu and hata uo 
leparate entnure. Serur-iy 
at IH per mnedh. Loeetv 
's mile down. MU haeement. 
lot. Trade en rnnaU chy '* 
ma hwM. A barnm at 


THALASSA' 


it'B ediy 4 yr* M. iMmaeuuu m 
and ent. and •Ituated in the levety 
Gorge area Hat aa atiraetive 
Ufiag mom *tth flrepUm, aaum 
vmait cabinet electric kitchen 
*lth eating area. I snaclene bed- 
roome vith Mr and Mr* claattA 


LEASE UNDER OPTION 


DREAM 

COTTAGE 


na pcM. > I 

Mlpe at 4W*. Nme* Ownci 

alder good mr m part 4 
meal Coadart Mr Fom 
EVS-TIM. roa KVMSTl 


A BARGAIN 


wilh aea view. Near Oak Bay 
Gulf Course, promenade and boat 
hntiea. IV terraced fresK la ml 
perfect order wtiUt a purket-alw| 
garden al the hack has a pnvate 
patta Ooaigiyd tar * m^ ae nm a l 


irgo l*b*v mart* 
' a look^. a*ktag 

$ 12,200 


CORNER GRIXERY 
CONFECTIONS 

G«md email bua l nemea are hard ta' 

- ■ - - n,if » BUte-| 

a pnamv* 
> ent lad)! 

$3150 


TEN MILE PT. 


COTTAGE 


nara^ Good barh gaimen mare. 
Ooee m tmaanortnuon Terma 

. • $8500 

Jim Ramon, KV MTTI aaytbna 

EXCEPTIONAL 

BUY 

For Ibe retirod couple a roal mviag 
m tbm rvmtortahie boBvie on a large 
wea-bept M m a htgh loratMt One 
u» bua and Bhogalng centre. The 


KKCU*NIVK AfiKNTS 
A. BERNARD B Ca LTD 
Fort «. BV4 


$3600 


retire. Price . 
plus stork at Invetre 
CaN Mr Sudlmr>/ evea. OR %-\m 
RANDALL'S LID KV4-W 


3 SUITES « 
BARGAIN 

SELF-CONTAINED 
PEMBROKE BATHS 

Ml IIRO ll.iU AimUALLT 
GOOD RSirrAL hlUA 
Ttoeae throe 1-roem »unaa all rani 
far Ml each iMTte Inctnded. 
Buildtng to Btnean with all ae* 
wiring and capp e r plumihiag. new 
OU-O-Matte hedUna. ample park- 

!::*Jiv*'’rj!’$i2,9M 


FOUR-SUITE APT 


OAK BAY 
BUSINESS 
BLOCK 


$6500 


Privatt Sole 
Excellent Duplex 

Itoar Jubilee «* well kept aroand* 

Lewer anlta. large itvina ream 
vlth nroplac*. bedfoam. kltchem. 
dtaelie. hetbroam Upper snite. > pKKSK.' 
Uvtag roem. bid r sam kitebto. yi, 
baibroem Bach tsnant hdou ovn oTMER 

suite Separate •atran^. metm.j ||g 
frMgo* and M SELL 

basement fumarn !••* tOSOO CONSUT 
reated- Oarage 

Phone KV »-jgit j gara(; 


■nwagt ond rimiaiao the hot wnur 

brollng plobl- 

Ail Immnnilale. In heawtlbd com- 
ditlan and oftorlng nsnn> yeora of 
hopptneas lo anene opprertoitv* 

$25,500 

Note; Owners howo rooue s tod m 
not to dlartaoo IV aMreofl ever 
tv teteptomr Inspectkm by ^ 
wHMmom only by miling m 
Blarsa. «mr* KV S-MM ^ 
roa CVJ-UOi 

FRASER BISCOE 

TM P.XDCHU 


$5250 


DUPLEX 


DICKIE & 

shAver 

REALTY LTD. 

M Port Siroot KV }-4tl) 

OPEN HOUSE 
2564 CHELSEA PL. 

(Corner of Crestview) 
SATURDAY 
1 P M TO 4 P M 
PRICE REDUCTION 
TO SELL! 

$2(XX) UNDER 
ASKING PRICE 

TOl’ CA.X T PAH TMIA UP POU 
ran HAS VALUI PLUI: 

111 Sea view and olao rtew of 


OAK BAT 

Loecly la c otion. amongst tb* 
oaks: eoelndod loi. LK iTiU. OR 
ikall. ms s t ar ba gr aam 1M1«. Dan 
V bedrm i-po* bbtbrm. yonlty 


DRIVE BY 
THEN PHONE 

I BitaatOd near aobooto. shape. 
■ stop to the has ond In wolkini I 
dtotonoo o< Voteron*' and Jubtlo*| 
■ospllato. Lovely l-hodroom bom* I 
ttvlag room vltn ftroplooo. dlnlai 
area. Blooirle oabtnot kiubon *ttn 
breakfast nook. Poll comont bast- 
menl vitb boatod room aad bar. 
Orlvt-la garage O-G-M booted. 
TV property to fwsood. wttb 
tava* aad garden. Tbto bom* to 
I ta ipotlam oondltloa Reaaonobty 
petood, with sensible devn pay- 


M. K Dl'mn. aviwl n gi KV S-MM 

THE ROYAL TRUST COMPANY 
IMS GOVKRKMKNT ST KV S^IM 


ISLAND HOMES 


Amply cut from thoul' 
ders to walst--buttoned at 
btek for best fit! Mike 
one. two: threo versions of 
this handy helper. 

Printed Pattern 9098: 


put yxwiroetf m <V •'higher menme MKNT KXCELLK^ t n « m » 
hrw-M' and amure year future wIaRK AVAI^BLK TO RKUAiai 
this probilum toratkm wttb atomt' PURCHASER. QUICK SALK 

. .. ------ ^ ^ 

riTAZeX >1 »VMT« m 

$39,000 

INVEltTMENT REOtHRED. 
NORTHWKSTERN SKrt'RmKS 
or VICTOWA LTD. _ 


ESTATE SALE 
COMMERCIAL 

6 BUS. PREMISES 


LEACH & 
SPARKS 


ESQUIMALT 
OPEN HOUSE 
SAT., OCT. 15 
1-5 P.M. 

1010 GOSPER CRES, 


FAIRFIELD 

EXCELLBNT L<3CATION 

Star* bmldhig of IMS m (L 


TOWN& 

COUNTRY 

HOMES LTD. 


2 SPECIALS! 

$500 DOWN 


381; medium HO. 421; 
lirge 144, 46); pxtre large 
(48. SO). SmalL 2 yards 
as-tneh labric. 

Sand Ally cents (SOc) In 
rolna ) stamps cannot be ac- 
ceptpd) for this pattern.. 
PleaM print plainly slze,| 
name. addivH, style num-' 
her. j 

Send your order to j 
Marian Martin Pattern 
Dept., The Dally. Colonist,: 
60 Front Street West. 
Toronto. Ont. | 

1 New! Send now for our 
'i960 Fall and Winter Pat ; 
tern Catalot — every pafe 
I hr excilinf color! Over 100 
styles for all aiaes, all occa- 
' aiona plua school... 3Se. 


TROUBLE FREE 

INVESTMENT 

I thnw-mnm suheo an oa owo noor. 
Individual aiuraii^ Toaaitt* my 
iB Mtlttln. BUMh enmirtrted I 
yoars ago. room tor eupuaataii 

iSSm^oatV #21 000 

Ml priro of oBly I» WU 

CVnr tbto TVa propeftr to 
jt >«Tur biopectkm ' 

toroiL Kvxag dr 
J H ttmiTTOMK 4 CO. LTD. 


ONLY $1(X)0 DOWN 

t Buy* tbto aaotitohi aelf-ooh- 
tamed up ond dnwn dugtox. aKu- 

osod m 0 good roniol oroo. alaoo 
lo all ooavoaMwee* Hat bad ooh- 
imaal ooewpaacy. No* mcoai 
Coa ho ro-oouvortod to iehodroom 


-Voalty bath 


’ __ $11,200 
$500 DOWN 
A DUPLEX 
BARGAIN 


SPOTLESS 

DUPLEX 


WATERFRONT 


PLUMS' 

PRIVATE HOSPITAL I 

<n IX A SrHIUt THtXt IS A 


CU.XTAi.XEIA saPASATE 
KCKB. gaa aad etert r lc 


WHAT HAVE 
YOU TO OFFER? 


JUBILEE 
$500 DOWN 


147 CXCnANCe 
RIAL eSTATI 


JOHN GREENWOOD 

1241 BROAD BTHEBT 

I CEDAR HILL RO. 

On S vr«. 4 room Mamo. *Uh 
full boMsoeat Good <7 RAH 
tma. full price . Jw 

LAKE HILL 

, kiM dosra bnd IH par moata. •- 
! roam aeml-huaaalo*. bTtgg room. 
I largo family kftcbea with ciiung 
aroa. l-poo bathroom. S k i d r oam a 
• oa mala Hoov. S hedrooau a*, 
full emaett booemeat. llbt-oU 
i Mpod luraaco. Lo4 ggaM Lot* 
: af fruit trooo AUaoot reaiptetoto 

) fur su sH. luu ecibcA 


OAK BAY 
DUPLEX 

CASH TRADE TERMS 

IMfirr will rtuwidrr evoUmt Irrm* 
«a ibto vary ab*.side-V-aide duptox 
ui gaud fund II km and loratma. All 


ACREAGE 


$7950 


Mi ft waterfruM for ro a ne* rigbu 
avaMabto. Rental* tSDd per aueith 
Iduo ownor** borne 14 mltoo fram 
etty conirr « htgbway troatagt. 

WILL TRADE 

for homk IK virrtHUA 

Fv partlrular* ran MRS UIMP- 
BDN KVkKfil NnelbwooUf* lo- 
ew^too of Vtotoria Ltd. 


Tiro-Needle Set 


OAKLANDS 
COSY, new, 

2 BEDRMS 
ONLY $10,950 


FAIRFIELD 

BARGAIN 


SEAFRONT 
GONZALES 
FOURPLEX 
12', RETURN 

Itowty um rerd. wirod and piumVd. 
asngto atorry btaMmc shawtng rs- 
coft^ retumo oa mveolod mpttal 

$21,500 

Ft* itnmodMio viiwmg of thaa bonuo 


GROCERY AND 
CONFECTIONERY 

Ctow m. Ctoan atork. woti muipped. 
Dntrm nirf rommontty trade Kv- 
roUenf lomUan. Your wife ma 


149 LISTINGS WANTID 


atbalias Rd . tMa FULLY PUR- 
IftAHBD Vroom hungalnw haa al- 
RMwt new i-IK>LK CAh RANCK. 
nuc. TV SET DIJIKTTK SLTTK. 
: FURNIKHBD BEDROOMS 
TABLES. EASY CHAIRS, etr. TV 
KITCHBM B MOOBH-YORD niib 
at« eabiatt* aad eouatera BATH¬ 
ROOM U .YRW 4-pr voaity Prm- 
Mt Vtb SPCTLCBSLY CLCA.H 
■ad FLRAMKr. DCCOH. IMMC 
DUTK POBSKSHOK. Vewdw ro- 
gwireo o good d«mn poymnd aad 

__.•_ ..^1 - .■ eoL asul 


FAIRFIELD 
4’/2 ROOMS 

Pl'R.YUiHED IMMBOUTK 


WATERFRONT 

Wttaia 4 - milt ctrclo. 4 • room 

ruach-styio ataaao buafolo*. 
lowoly *10* of saa and Mi. Bohor. 
Fart baoomeai O-O-M Vgt hoot. 
Urgo loi aaigld ptas* e*o*t ooc- 

VSTanrpLSSS" $26,500 


OAK BAY REALTY 
•Ob THE SPOT 
I!f OAK BAY 

BTi* MiMiy • ---WR SALES ARB DtCRKASlXO 

mwer Trmumn. -OAK BOmIb ARB IN 

pST?34,**Vlfiiil?^ TTWR ^BKDR] 

ROOMING HOUSE 

L>M-at*d near CNy Centre. Soned tor —WE NAVK Pl’RCHASEIW 
iUM induairv Vahtabto Und 4 Call Dna Whyt*. KV STIfT. 


YOUR 

DOWN 

PAYMENT 


$8950 

aww.w —, — - —-cig wm Dlrkto KV 3-4tl2 

home. Quaiay thmughoai Puirm k>-1 «««• ty {.ygan 

emtaea. ooar UniveroPy aad ShM- —■ ■ - . . 

Sidney homes 

atonal taoa ond km wife PuM piirrl 

with tV flntat terma tor ihto guanw --*“* --* — 

-ST$16,900 

■Itretrh vo)oo4 or* the ^t 

voJnel - Coll CUPT- 

CV$-474I Nortbvoa 
lito* of Ytatorta Ltd 


$8900 

IVI-IIS) tws 


NEW 
5 Suites 
25% 


FINANCIAL 
SURVEY LTD 


$8500 


Meors & Whytt 
Ook Bay Realty Ltd. 
2188 Ook Boy Ave. 


D^^BavUMbM EVbPTM - - 

O orV A Woilare Reo »' Ud_, 

DOtGLAN S^EKT COMHKRCTAt! 
U<*ATl<)K VALUABI-E PROP 
KRTY OF APPROX 1 ACRE WITH 
CLOSE TO am FRtfNTbGK *iS 
DOl'OtAS NTHEET CUeiE PROX 
, IMl-rY TO MRU nOMIMON Ci'X ; 
ItTRt'CTlfih SHOPPIKO CENTRi. 
■ntlJt PROPERTY ALSti HAS 
TRACKAGE AT (EAR St'tTAni.Ri 
FUR OERVirE ifr.A'nON. SJOTKI..) 
WAREHOfMNG ETC. OR RtXIMl 
prm TiVO SEPARATE PROJECTS, i 
Fl'I.L INFORMATION FROM HEHBI 
' H‘Xx:aoN PH EvrrMi nrs ., 
T.RO-JIU HARRY f'OSTKR LTD . 


JUBILEE AREA 
52500 CASH I 

KurepiioMii.v ottrortlve modem Id 
bedrm bthgotow aituoted wlthm ea*y' i 
walklag dtotanrr to tV VapMol ondH 


Uli Ql'ADRA 


$7200 


TREES 

TREES, 


NHA MORTGAGES 

No Saloiry Restrictions 


Rear yoeht mortaoa Pour roomi 
plu* bathroom and utility room 
Attroctlva aad aocluded ground*. 
Automatle oil Vot tVol for ro- 
tired eoupto Term* COAOn 
orollobto FRICK 5YvUv 


FAIRFIELD 
PROPERTIES 
NEEDED NOW 

All Types of Homes 
and Revenue Property 
LARGE OR SMALL 
GIVE ME A CALL 

O. Maltott. KV 1-1141. oaytUM 
WKSTERH HOMBB LTD 


'OAK BAY" 
'LANSDOWNE' 
'4 BEDROOMS' 


Art the hmudlfui aeiunt «f Uii* largo | 
tainU) hoane. offeiiki aerbaaton ond 
HM* play area tar your f omd> Thto, 
groctoui otdor howie haa boon eom- 
atotely and bemdiruU) apwMitt^ 


MOUNT TOLMIE 
HIGH L(XATION 

A mom interoauaa now oniW to*ol 
Sbedrnom home Law toVi rotV- 


CDIN OPERATED 
LAUNDRY 

■ATS ixcnuin tocATton 
Low Down Poyment 

esAXLu o niAHKun 

Tatoidieo* 

HE 14144. ^ih Bamaby 


A Syoar-oM 1411 m- • room*, bathroam aad large uUUiy. 

ahak* roof brnmolow Deolnod and | Attached goraco Cement drive. 

butt tor b dortur and hto thnuly gpu* and walk* CIA CiAO 

wV r oma r od enierlaia mr wl-otoed' -eonno FHICK 

Vaw nmi aad di^ room, hr^,^ uig «(h*r hmam fa 

handy ktt^ ^ tomil> eoU^!,^ Boaalca *•* 

oroo. vontty 4ptoeo bothroom. a, 

^ '*! GORDON HULME LTD. 


tomarn family rooat Uxl2 dinMgi 
mom, ultra modim droam karben. | 
«rlUi largt uuitty Fun e om md baao-, 
mem. CMLO-Motic boat ><ar Sbr-i 
op* So man. aiaay extra* d moot. 

- " anpeeetoied- DOWN' 

IKQUIRED ONLY' 
city torattoa Call 

__I now tor on appotaf-' 

awm to vtow thto exretiMofml prop- 
erti EV MT41 or RV-SgsM N^h- 
■ edom Bor ur it to a of Yletoria UA 


DALBY & CO 


V aeen to 
PAYMENT 


kSAL B.«TATK AND INSl’RANCt 
PHONE BVSdMl 

1010 BLANSHARD 
$500 Cosh 

4 rmen* 1 Mark toma Hto oeo. 

I KitrVn. duiJag room and itvmg 
rntai. I bodrimno. 2 boiV-oma 
' >eor trhneto and bnoe* ':i<(>wfl 


^ Cun* WLi^ 


HELP WANTED! 

M> rikeni la hwikmd tor aa attroni 
*1^ pr op ert y S14.MI. Y< 


TRADE 


Baby enbips create rich, 
textured effect — big. big 
pompon adds fun 'n' 
fashion. 


LM. KV SfTtL_ 

LlTCURt APT* BLOCK * 
M<>OKKN. exeoUem bwaiww wiMn 
walking dkdantT of dnantoom An- 
iiuot nH revenue 117 342 (Wfeted. 
(.if wslr hr fWaOk BCTTY-SAIUS: 

JACK WILLIAMS EVS4f41.| 
Ni«rUiw«otom Semrltto* of Virtaria 
Ltd ! 


NAVAL 

PERSONNEL 


THE ROYAL 


SACRIFICE 
FOR CASH 


$4750 


WANTED DiMKDUrCLy FUK 
• GBNU NB CUXNT& COMMKB 
iCiAL BLOUX r rbiaming atniup of 
I wutaa downtown at ml 

'iSS, 


N«or Noden 


smart for skalini., 

I, winter' Done on ^STaJ 

needles only. Peltern T—Sr-)* 

. directions small.^wLnue. j 

_ ___medium, large included. ^ '*!——* ** 

LS SU." i <Hr»y 4 lve cenU hi m )o<>iMa », 

Ac NM • sSnv wm CM 'colns I Stamps cannot be ac- 
na BOOH fo« tot» ireptedi for this pattern tO| wr» nee 
cmi. laur. Wheeler Needlerraft - 

1 U 4 . BY b»i 4 Department, The D a 11 y, um Gooimmra i i 

CotonUt. 60 Front Stre^i- ■ — 

$3700 West. Toronto, <>it. Print 

. ! plainly pattern number, saw wch 
rtrt'L SBA »I» w ITT. your name and address. ! SST -S' iS’iS 
“i.' 522? '^*£* *27" Just off the press! Send -•« 


B A STATION 

lew Hwwfta> (jcad oroc infima- 
hM h)4 appmujnmt. Itor Corude. 
torminn a Ca Lid.. KV ViiTI or 


__tnm a* naow For 

tMMKDUTl ACnOB Moam «aS 
Mr KVtosre J«i» 

1^ ST Vtow m. SPK OALIIIBQ 
91 BUSINKS Aim HKVK H U i 
PROPERTIKa 


FOR $690 DOWN 


CANADUN JUMPER 
MFG CO LTD 

Offen rr to w n d tnnbUnc > gulp meal 
for (tsmmrrrmi irampobne remret 
r<«aptote wfonnaliun oa rraueot 
744 Yale* B . Vlrit.na. HC Plum 
CVA4PM. GRbdTfl. 


$7950 


tl X» FULL PRICK BUYS WELL- 
octoHifJwe Virtana ear *ato* buu- 
ar« Very tow oTerhead and Wgh 
ptorgai of prtdtt. Vtoloria Pro*a 

§rn un. 


LOT YOUR HOMK Wmi tAAXrCR 
ReoRy MO^im** BL fr* 


COUNTRY HOME 


2nNP4> LIGHT INDUSTRY 
Yale* SI near M’horf Tw<>.»i)jfvv 
hrirk 'nmrftng wtth oienru- trr4<ht 
i-IrN-alfir m pond mniuni cH^-r. 
TorN Bwtr i.gn «g. ft Term* 
tlAOM Call H W BtefUnnanp at 
F N Cabetou Ud EV 1-T174 


SlIKNIY. MODERN STORK FOR 
Wto to permonem tenant Bw*y 
mam *trt*< toralion Suhable for 
hrunrk «tor* ur new venTute PhAar 
OordoB KtOmr Ltd.. GRVllM 


l$0 HOU$ES FOR SALI 


no. art, IKMl T MC S A .•c- «oM ro) I««r $I2,W 
rhw ■*!* MS ac a)iAt. IPI.M, .cRARLin-rE ba 
inc lanwcc 1 wWcMccasi jvmo w avcor *tni\ 

J:!! 

nm CaH J Moan at BV>>TT* 

aaytiwto. Moan * Whyta Oak Bay NAVY OR ARMY 

Realty Ud. _WORKERS 


MAURICK N SMITH at 


fU’JTR STITTO APARTbfCNT ramprtolni dhdn 
EwHnmoR OOM heofteig- A-lt^nj^ leirvtotoe 

hK-otvoi Apprm 12% <m I h*gm*mto. kalk 

menl Sl!!W duwn. Prire ItT.agp inji^ mom < 
MrComUrit Reafty. Mr* Ram*- rifMg atairraao 
doi^ KV 14111 or eve* KV44MSlrmma N>m y 

AlTOMOnvk REPAIR SHOP FY)R • tCJJL' 
le***. 13m m- N - hdM and air. : r^_ ^ « 

new hmldleig. exreHeat torolton g ROOMS. FAJ 
For intorm*ur*i pbaar KV 2-4ni11 caaft. gLMS anoc 
day* KV 4-Mln ftandhy and evea | or tnv**un rm_ 1 

cijoss IX REVKM-E pHowmTi **5 

'■a Fprt near Co^ coaatottag of 1 l-RCDROOM 1 
houaeo toUHmg M nnma fVmwr. Md BtortOr e 


LARGE ROCKLAND AVE t|>>ME. 
near Undeti. altuated '>n m kda 
with' fnwitago oa 3 atroeta cmner 
Kvsnai 


pmaley Beaofmabie KV _^ GR MtU. 

SROOM HOUSK. FVU BASE ; RaaRy Ltd EV d-QB 


LOOCt LOOK! 


1 ■» Duppfto_ _'IHCOSIK TROUBLE* OWN A BOOM- 

BY OWNER. NEW J-BKDBOOM mg hr»ooe ^Wemw Bh^ gj 
ilhfmto. Rpen twmm Jot nn tbldnnn. fto tivmth PMI grica SUM 
Itoom 1-blB BMwr SL EVWUM. ^ Ownor. KV44OT. 


WAV I bu. OCIU'UW, = 777 -; TT-. - I I • 

■" _\-i; 

JAMES BAY. Ur-ANDDmN DU-teoK rrato rntnrawntty. Afpl} Vlc- 
ptox. larBt loL Owwr. £>’4447A1 Iona Pmo. Bua ttk | 

























































































































































































150 HOUSES FOR SALE ISO HOUSES FOR SALE 


ISO HOUSES FOR SALE ISO HOUSES FOR SALE 


9ail^ (Colnnist 

Saturday, Oct. IS, I«i0 


SO HOUSES FOR SALE 


150 HOUSES FOR SALE 


ISO HOUSES FOR SALE 


150 HOUSES FOR SALE 


WHITTOME'r 


B.C. LAND 


HARRY 
FOSTER LTD 


Northwestern 

reriRtTiKs or virtoKUT-Tt) 

tv ^41 


Northwestern 

SECI'RITIES or VICTORIA LTD 
CU VATU AT BROAD tV M 741 


Northwestern 

Itgf l ' B lTtES l ir V i nORtA- tTO. 
ttl YATU AT BROAB BV MT 41 


ISO HOUSES FOR SAL| 


RkJal. IS 9 R 

OPEN HOUSE 

2526 WEkEY PL 
SAT, OCT. 15 

FKt 1 P M TO • P M 
t nrw. Fitmlrtvm, XHA Minn- 


PEMBERTO^^I 

HOLMES, Ltd 


& Investment Agency 
Ltd — 922 Gorernment 

0 «r fTtti Tear la Rtal R*(*ia 

CEDAR HILL X RD. I 
3 BEDROOMS 

BaayiHwt ^•arrt M la Uwiu wtlhl 
aunwfow* laA tma Xrar arhusU 
and iranattxRiaiML AEiractiw 
aadM« liaiaa anatlata af UvOif fuam 
wRh nrepiar*. dtnmc Mom. dnuMe 
>wdr»aa. Uirhan «Hh dimac nuak. 
and hathraam ttvaa mKRs rooma 
I’aatam tea Hte- lanpa '•adrauma 
aab Mara tar third. Sirpanta rar- 
a^ Workthfip irAtf Cvarytha^ 
la la food coadlUsm and rlran Juat 
oa nuu-lMi and a C 1 A Q 


WESTERN 

HOMES LTU 
«:i YATES ST 

"VACANT*' 
"$1250 DOWN 
,"$65 MONTH' 

Moira lamrdiauu Ut4 
and tiaan .■> 

Ha Sit* Ut S BR*. : 
brl«m khchm atl 
haaiar iBrludad. «ti 
PiTBcad aad laadaaapad 
Raal «alua ai 
Mr tvaaa. BVt*ailt 

HIGH QUADRA 

NKAR McKBNZIl BT SCHOOi.. 
T H 1 • LOVKLY • YBAB OLD 
BTUCCO RANCHBR U A HOME 
'YOU IdUST set Bami-aacludad. 
|>€t*’ YH 4 oa* In all t^awrainotr*. 

I RltHtr plan u ouiatanduif, Imrljr' 
patio, aatranca and thru hatla. 
lit LR ollh PP aad * 4 e:ura «ln« 
daa that haa a via*. 3 oka ted* 
raama aad Mia af oaptearda, 
ftmhrtea teih Tha kttchaa la la 
tba front. U’a o raol teooty. ako 
iftflinf iMtxn alan fnud oUtay rvMak 
vtlh aloraaa cuptearda aad aoatp* 
pad far aatear and drvar Pull 
teaaaael. 0 * 0 *ltetk teat and 
drtva-la laraoa Ovaar ta trana*, 
1 frrrad. your daoa paTmaot mar 
! da. Roal aalua ♦ 1 'X OHO 


Ml YATU AT BROAD 


STEPHENSON 


tm DOUGLAS ST. 


’MOTHER'S JOY ' 
'VACANT TODAY' 


DORIS ADAMS'; 


We Trode Home* 


CHARMING 

ENGLISH 

COTTAGE 

Quaintly Rustic 
and Secluded 
Oak. Bay Border! 

otUte windowa with lo ad e d dia- 


Hat a real good deal I Thu 
h 'ti>r < an 'le a duplrx I li;! 
and « doaro. or family S 
tedrooa h o m a Doubia 
plumbioi. jap maiara nr* 
airioi copper pfplnk. lull 
Oaiement turnoce ll MO 

•“ tAOsn 


"OPEN HOUSE" 

1282 CAMROSE CRES 
Sot., Oct. IS, 1-5 p m. . 


« .»l fl-.-rt ihr-’-•iiX t-ai; p.ar.. 4 *. . 

BU'ti* dnycrii) jtataxr. uo-M hrai 

^u.d,^naXW$U,20C 


Dod «U) Apreciate tha 
lalua and nrethar »Ul lova 
tbu cula fall tejameat 
baatalo* *tlh rbaarfui 
kitjhaa arparau dialog 
room. Uvisi room ottli rira- 
plare. taro tedrooma vtth 
aura room la itia Ooaemant 
Purnoca and drlva la (laraga 

.. $9950 

Look al the terou ti.Md 
do%B and ttt a month Boo 
yarant and oaillna for yoo 
Call KRtC A MACPAOYBN 
CV »-« 74 t. a 4 -br. aatyka. 


ENGLISH TUDOR 


ELEGANCE ond SPACE 


tX)lt niBMAL ESTERTAISlsli , ,>,,..-.,4 i»., M, 

’ , and M;« Iquirfi EV uw W.' 

Charoctertaa tlua tan-ru>m pant'd 3 '-mi 
reud^e Thu tint kime iHuH in * ' _ 

MODERN SIX RMS 

OualK) tel Miprni cmfiainonal'-m Pt i IQ 

and malertal wmeh < anmil tej r 

huuchl Miw AT ANY PRK'E Theie; -rUDITC D AA QlllTC 

H an tm.MUuf eairanre teU. a' I riKwU'KfVs jL/l I U 

OttUMa llMOg f'lom of C. grrtl> c, ,, .t..,, ' » : 

vuhjrto ite liajler bedruum la atet»-| y"’ 

lutely uuiatandiAg m avery raaaoct l^ni- plua iho- *e 4 f • "aiained three- , 

Wa do «^Siuat“ ta rmiied .ai 37 $ 

ihla aa u«e ofCiha flnoaf bumaa io.heoi .‘ar aeparale. garwe 

Vkiorta which la kn^ied In laktUu. laadMaped Ml m gardea 

advantage of outalonduig ofi»»'*^ ‘"d whiatli 

oraon and diatam mountaina lerma and dun i f'rget real from 

Information hy appitirurnem oady..lhe aulie wiU tefR- meet 'h.- nav- 

PTW ... $48,000 Sr;--',”' $13,950 

EV 44 I 13 * J. B. Uw GR>«S 1 *'*- < 2 * KV Elfh) 

$1500 ; 

DOWN 1 

Jutt lu*ed. Ihia Iwn-hedr-mm Mtngo- 
low '•kpuil hoaemeni drivem gar¬ 
age *>' teot Everything u in 
Immaculate c<>hdtTKiei Veev devir* 
a'»ie i KatPei in 'ha N<rti Quadra 
aad fu* arao On QOQDO 
arwer Full ptice «» 1 > -PT-JUv 
"" LZ: ZJ "dee Ihla luiw Appn|n<meei in vtew 
»h.me L A £^rea. EV J-IJM. 
rat. EV:- 2 M» 

I COUNTRY 

.Bala# ymir family n« the aktrla 
'of (hr etQt in ttUs new htone. pnre 
weti below 


Rev oad modern aad oafr! 

J l.Mb down taapoei thla 
-bedroom home aad aoU 
thoao fUM dataUa. bright 
raomy aU-alaotrk fciuten, 
gueit-aiaa dining apace, 
eteorfol Uvtne mom. aalact 
oak (loora. A brtier* 4 ten' 
avataga eamant b 
•malbla loadacap^ 

loeaiion UR w_ 

and MM BAtLt la atun- 
daara gV I « 741 . 


$6500 


leciuired •>f duplex 
thiWN FAYMKM 
Kalani-e like rcriL 
Mr VatUBi'e 
GR 7 U 17 
At; 


$5000 


CnU Mr J. Macitenma at t\’ 4 «ltsl 
anyttnm. 

WATERFRONT WITH j 
VIEW AND SECLUSION 

)M faot on akeBared iond> banck 
geeiudad garden, many omameMtl 
ahnite ami treoa. fnm treat and 
greenhonaa ComfortnMe hum# with 
expnnahra Ihrtng r«iam. atporate dia¬ 
tom room. CdMMi elortrlr luirhan. 
hroalilaM romn and aunderk- Two 
Urna tedrma oad fowr-otbeo batbnn 
fufl romam honat wnh dr-ln laraga. 


'’LE$S than RENT' 


EV F 34 lt 


Ml per monib » 7 ig down 
Pina value, a-raom.' full 
tevemant temgalbw New 
•inot new nlumbtni near 
new Oil heat^ Qutat dla- 
irki, not for dZQCn 
oot PuU prka >Op^U 
"Itraub Valuet ora the 
Belt Values " Dial CUPf 
STRETCB. EV l-dTll. 


Cboka 


COSY COUNTRY 
BUNGALOW 


4 or 5 Bedroonss 
Near Ook Boy 


tbo Viewer of tMa lovetr littW home.: 
.Lumled M tte Loaodnwne Heighu' 
oron. N enjnya a g^ menaura Of: 
■alutel aeciumaa oftacdod by many 
Mmdy onk Ireeo ond rulUvolad trait 
I treat Very i-termtag ttving room. 
with view vrtndowa ovaftouklng n 


Juat T yeara old; 4 rma. full hoa^ 
•me n ' w:tir>\lrn ptumMhg and aiit<>- 
mnlk (.41 heal deporote gatoga 
Fruit tree* Low tnxaa. —’ -- 

today'a market, 
at . 


"OPEN HOUSE " 

2815 HEATH DRIVE 
(Just oH Gorge Rd.) 
Sot., Oct. 15, 1-7 p m. 


A good aound famJv lumi# 
wMh large living nean. 'fen 
and dining rviom. Invaiy bright 
kitclwn vFtred £B Qukt atreel 
with ireea Amnmau- ml heat 
(Mwd bn With gnr^ Immedi¬ 
ate ntwoemlnn. roll pr;<< 

tomn 


$8500 


$23,500 

r c JkSm. tVMiu AAruiM 
OAK BAY 
JUST COMPLETED 
EXCLUSIVE 

Drtva by Mi Avondale Brand new 
exeruitve honw aftuoted on lovely 
tread ton rtuoo to L'niveraUy and 
tainiido Golf rourae Latik L-ahapOT 


"DUPLEX" 
5650 DOWN 


Exrluetve 

Mr HomUlon GRTIM 


Seternte dtnmc mom <alao ttvor- 
|lou«tng iht garden* alao buiit-ln 
I China aldeboard Pretty be d i uom nn 


TVwer-bnai apecial.** newty 
patoilad Inatole and uul. We 
offer you Ihla lovely 3 -ba dr o»mi 
himw anar 3 alepa Meal (or 
retired foCte Boa many sl- 
ironive leofwea-aumtune kit- 
Chen wMh miranive dtowng 
area, ownoedung a Invfly gar¬ 
den. Cbay bvmg room wttb 
hreplore. Part teoemrail wttb 
furnare Muat be oMd. Priced 

S $8300 

ImmedtaU pnoaeawon. MRft 


|gg per mooih. 4 rooma each 

$6250 

*;r«S."l OPEN HOUSE 
i 1551 ARROW RD. 
'JUST $275 DOWN" 'sAT. 15th, 2 - 5 30 P.M. 

Yhia gbedrm htene hot dtuiMe^WKy not live the life of a country 
phuniung and U Incaled; aqutre. xel be wtthm Ite Ivmile 
tutu oloae la It la ta aiaairuTief zz cr. ““ 

aanditlan and baa beee ro>|of lovely wooded land, you 11 be 
dvcoratod It ta vaeant, happy wttb the aectooMn Tbrvo 
ngbt aow and moat te aold I bedrooma. Urge living mom with I 
over Ite weekend Only Md - ftrepince. nm parch ^ Pembroke I 
0 month and dCCAAl^*^ cobmoi elertnr kttchen. dm- 
full orke ing aren and full rumpua wUh raiaed, 


WALKING DISTANCE 
TO TOWN 


Pull price only 
Par more tnfora 
BTAN ROZYLO. 
day or night. 


I'omgnil, and moot cxmvonknt. wtth 
towoh UlUe brenUtet nouit. t’UUty 
mam wired mi e g Mtp p ed Uimdry 
o te flgme nt Two charm in g extra 


Juat off Coott and F«irt SIreeti A 
Very atlrartiVf and cviinlcn table, 
hiene at a reaoemMe price Large 
Itving mom wttn bay window, two 
twtn-aurd bedmenu. a lovely ktt- 
chen wtth attrnrtive duung area. 
4 -pre telhreom. mncenled atalrway 
to apace tar twn unflnlthed muma 
ugatatra fug hnaement wtth packaga 
unit heaUng ayoiem. ^ i | /VV^ 

Pnev only $ I I /UUU 

Exrfuaivt Lkllng 
Mr. Speed. EV F 3 U 1 


'SPJC AND SPAN' 


You are eoine ta be en-. hanied 
«tlh this graclaua aoml-buofaiod 
offetini 

gpAClOUg RBCEPnOM MAU. 
i BEDROOMg. 3 UP AKO 
3 DOWk 
3 BATKROOMg 

uviNo ROOM wmi PP 

SIPARATB DINIRO ROOM 
irriLlTY ROOM 

PULL gABEilBIfT WITH DBIVS- 
IN OARAOg 

AUTO ROT-WATSB MAT 
RBAB DRIVEWAY 

A I LOCATION 

<09 noA 


a retired eougto. M<wt exceuent 

mjTpiUCt OKLT $10,500 

Terma arranged IVoae mciUct Mr. 
BtoUtea. E^ 2 in ar CR M 4 fT evoa 


$9950 


wmi nnjo. wm Btiiii—wmrYr , 

%» vlow onu Mr. Boor EV 4 4 U >1 

KSr $22,500 

ALBERT HEAD 
MODERN STUCCO 
AND SIDING 
BUNGALOW 

rAmauMic w-s w aiym«ti.<. •» 


"OPEN HOUSE " 

1123 PRINCESS 
Sot., Oct. 15, 2-5 p m. 

I Moma. toi good condition. 

rioaa. fuH e-- --- 

wtth rxtra 
family hrmr. 


COLWOOD 

24' LIVING ROOM 

"A BEAUTY" 


"WILL TRADE' 


$13,900 

Pleaae can a Schetmlt at EV 3 - 4 M 6 

an^llme 

CONTEMPORARY 

COMFORTABLE 

COMPACT 

An three are rontalnrd hi thla 
(lORDUN HEAD hume vrtth TEK- 
RinC SPJt VIEW RaUed heanh. 
mahaganx panelled waS m tpa r i o ua 
Uvtoig room, fun dbiHig room. 
Cnmparl caWart kttrhen wtth eating 
area (aun dech off*. 3 hedronma nr 


DRIVE BY 

1023 GOSPER CRES. 
$2200 CXDWN 

Baqulniall-C<irte. new area. 7 ] 


V/t ACRES' 


$7250 


GUEST HOUSE 
SUITES 

BOARD, ROOM 

Tok« Your Pick. 


cmtrhrr NUT THE l^AL RUN 
OP THB MAREET ft a get a very 
lovely larft Bving rama wtth a 
dtffereai Orepla r e. gleaming <mk 
flocrt. blf nmd ii wa 3 Urge bod- 
emmu. Lpieca vantty balhmom 
Iparkiiag otectrtr hltrhea. UUiliy 
mom aim carpurr PROPER BPPI- 
CIEfrr 0 IL- 4 >MATIC nAT TO 
ALL ROOMS! If ycai waal Ctewood., 


OPEN HOUSE 
x 5.L^02,SAT. 15th, 2-5.30 
«U-, ... 262 RICHMOND 
4 BEDR(X)MS 


"ROCKLAND ESTATE' 
REMARKABLE VIEW 


M utfltty moat. AttarhH 
Ctty water ' oad {wwor 
oa aa norb lei Mrefy tread 


orruponta Bxrluaixe 3 
Mr Nlchota 
UR 7 SMB EV$-MI 1 


VERY LITTLE DOWN' 


Thk la aae of the flaoai 
oautoa oa tte market. Large 
Uadmajitrl groaada. attb 

K Uo. geetuftoa. Main floor 
I 0 Urge taoot-alae Itvtag 
room aftb fl r tp U oo, o 
beamifW diaing room ond 
a modtrm kluhea with 
teaokfaat nook lalao tofloti. 
Upoiaira. 4 ran me oad wide 
hoO. 3 tethrooma. A earn- 
forubM aurtway Uada (a 
tte kaeemeat. whkh haa a 
Urgt ramptto room with 
tireplooo A Uttadry room 
oad oa antra toilok. Bxoel- 
Uat eoeaomk hoi-wokar 


PANORAMIC VIEW 
MT. JOY AREA 


'TRADE CAFE' 


LANSDOWNE PARK 
2063 RENFREW RD. 
7-ROOM BEAUTY 


$9750 


Chao to boarii. buoea, arhnels. 
atorea. A aound family home in very 


$8950 


Attrariivo g-mom hnarn wtth rhnrm 
and alm w ph e r i Large rooogtMa 
hall, powder room. Mdt. Uvigg romn. 
gueat-aUr dttttng raom. may den 
with firepuce. etocirto kfiriten. 
ogen oak aUirwwy to 3 gutd bed- 
ruowm. Urg* ctoMOto and full teth- 
roam. hof water oil boat Beoutifaily 
landoraped. tbnvering ahniba. tonvm. 
rnc ke rto a . ele Qwaltty hnww. Mp 
mndlllan. Real value. CA/\ 

Exrti'stvc 

EV MIU Mr.‘ Fait BV MUg 


$9700 


RETIRED?? 

2-BEDROOM 

STUCCO 

BASEMENT—CITY 


CITY 

$750 DOWN 


"FAIRFIELD" 

FULLY FURNISHED 


DOUGLAS 


COLWOOD 

4. BEDROOMS 
REDUCED $1000 


Vary a o o I. moderataed 
homo, oil bool. TaatofnUy 
tarauhod. TV. tndgo. ou . 
3 bidraama. garagt. Pali 
booemont. A rool buy- 

z:zi - $8900 

Pleaae anO TICTOB W 1 L- 
LlAMt. BV I-PI 41 . 


t Haadamni wood-aMtom nmah. 

rSLr” -- $25,500 

B k rtt mt vo LMbm 

Mr W. O Cameron. 
BV 44 US mqttlmo 

LANSOOWNE HEIGHTS 
3 BR, REC RM 
PANORAMIC VIEWS 


WANT A BARGAIN 
$13,950? 

Dallghtftd Cotadal -4 tedroo ma . 7 
bntha. LR 14 xJ 4 . DR liil 4 . entry.. v^r 
Ihnittgh hnlL ook floora. rahinoi ktt.lrelUblo porchnoor. #1 1 TOQ 
Chen teloc waateri. HW aato ogjPjV* ^ 

hmi Largo, wocii^d M: 3 H-milo PMnao rail CWf Ceorn. GSMIli 
rkrlo: aewera. Not o drive by bMt' ■“ ‘ ' '* 

o good buy. Saleimm mum oevom- 


heoitng. oeppe r tel 


COUNTRY 

ATMOSPHERE 


'TODAY'S DEFINITION 
OF A BARGAIN" 

la nm aonihmg rheng whirh 
U gow a Mtlt cteo p er. ttttt 
oemettitoW GOOD that haa 
teen droaUraUy rrdrad A 


FAIRFIELD' 


Mears& Whyte 
Oak Bay Realty 


$6500 


Cadboro Bay 
Ocean Views 

English Tudor 

Seclusion 

laoae rag Mr Stodmm EV BIM 


Salt acceptoblt aa port dowd pv- 

rr.*. $16,000 

lua rMw.. cvs^tM mum.. 

OAK BAY BORDER 


NEAR TRANSPORT 
NEAR SHOPS 
NEAR SCHOOLS 


I ARTISTIC DUPLEX 
2 AND 3 BEDR<X)MS 
1 FIREPLACES 
5 MINUTES FROM CITY 


$8500i 

EAY DAVIBB.; 


CADBORO BAY 
EXCEPTIONAL VALUE 

Only two loan aid. tMa hamdiMIhn 
fMated kimmiliwv. wtth pg na iied 

itviM room and enk Ooort ihmngh- 


HERE'S A BUY 
N ESQUIA4ALT!" 


fnmgaInTr U an tdewl retirement homo 
but wnuM Olao be auttable tar a snail 
Umily Thare arr two bedraoma. 
wtth nn rxtra wa r m and dry room 
la tha fuyy-Mnod and eeuUeaa baao- 
meaL Only 4 yeara oid. the con -1 

r garden la a pkiuro wtden mnm | 
•eow Owwera am lenviag tori 
Uio lutoa. Thla home, wtth ita many 
txiraa. ta a hargam tor a lactty 


ANTIQUE 

GRACIOUS 

ROOMS 


JUST FOR TWO 

3 NICE ROOMS 
STUCCO 

d>CftCy\-Tbli M atl RM a ^ 
#5950 bat a romtartakto tem 


$8100 


Rocklond area with tre¬ 
mendous views of the 
ocean, islonds ond gar-, 
dens. This family home 
is in exceptionally fine 
repair, oil hot-woter 
heat, rtew wiring, 5 bath¬ 
rooms. It is the most 
interesting home I hove 
fourtd in Victoria. If 
you would like more 
information, just coll 
Mn. Simpson, EV 5-6741 
or EV 5-5542 North¬ 
western Securities of 
Victoria Ltd. 


CITY - GORGE 

HIGH LOCATION 


"CATHEDRAL 

ENTRANCE" 


SIX REASONS' 


CLARKE & 
WALLACE 


UNUSUAL DUPLEX 
OAK BAY 

ittimted m gmeL nd da mr atreet. 


And you'll aoo bar eyeo light up 
whan ate ao*a thla ronaftetotee 
••• at ft . full baaemoat. baaga- 
la* mtooted oa a o^ ogan- 

view airoot hi tha' Ihtiboanu- 
RUUlcU Ptoaa arao. gtuooo. oil 
teat aed totn-oga O f gorage 
aad very prtuy aoeluded back 
gardea PrttH treea. berntt- Ideal 
rettremrat property. <OA<n 
bcellrat vahM at . 

Out Meutfela. gT 3 > 43 Mi 
roa. EV$-Tm 

9 . B. WHirrOME * CXI LTD. 

13 U Bmad Itrert 
EV 3-493 onvUmo 
Member SdntitpU LuUne Sorvtoo 


OPEN HOUSE 
2780 LINCOLN RD; 
SATURDAY, 2-5 

rhtf de hixe. g-rwomed. weD-buUI, 
ranrh-type hiingaliiw la well piannoa 
ind tot rxrellM nemillon. Ow 


JOHN GREENWOOD 

U 41 BNOAD tTREST 

EASY TERMS 
FULL PRICE $3950 

^«alaw M tour mm »-3 bed- 
SETlhofo to 0 flae toritoJH; 
Mt toi Thto pmgarty la >taUd 


$7500 


tradiaart, 
>ga- Only 
mIoBoa at 

$7950 


NEAR 

UPLANDS PARK 

L 4 MM. tow IIA.XCH TYPE bitnga- 
mnwtth vary PEW STEPS. A muto 
attractive home Brauiifttlly Und* 
araped. Thmugh hall oUn GUaa 
duora egenlng from Ln tn pane 
whirh leada to large auarfwd gar¬ 
age Oueai-olm OR 3 te drm a. bath, 
•unny kHrhen wtth dtnhit area. 


HAGAR'S 


"$10(X) DOWN" 

$70 Per Month P.l.T. 


A. BERNARD 


OPEN HOUSE 
525 MONTEREY 
SAT., 1.30-5.30 

ht« ottracUvo. arrhtteetttrally-de* 


gACl UmU MORET-MAETTf^W 


lYHOLO SPAaOft 

fhttoted me. i 
acagad. tm^lewt aaa vk 


SIDE-BY-SIDE 

DUPLEX 


ce r«t enw evMHi 

FAMILY HOME* 

! $1C|00 DOWN 

. Loeatrd laQuadra dutrtrt. Imrgt 
feneod tot LR wtth fireplace 
Cab elee kit with dtalag area., 
foar tedroama and baihrom. Pull i 
onarmrttt. autotnatK hrat. attached 

Sir _ $10,500, 

call Mr. FraacU. IV 4 -g 33 g. 

I Rea. OR • Mlk 

I LAKEFRONT ! 

A very dmlrahU lahefraai graa-, 
erty. Fermanant hoam.'Ll wllh> 

, ilreplaco. DR. kttchoa. two bOd- 
. rweau and bathroom Seturoie 

$8500 

PUaao ooH Mr PraarU. EV t-glM 
I ret. OR l-Mlb 

HOW SOON 
j CAN YOU 
I MOVE? 

1. 2210 Belmont 

I I rma 4 up aad 4 do Full 
huh rem hamf and auto heat 
^ gimaaM forcea aalt at prko 
of M.SSt . 

,2. 1324 Basil * 

1 4 rma glaa Owner troaa 

lerrod aad maat aell Taxea 
onlv ttgg troaa 

3. 932 Arm Street 

4 raia Immaculato eeadttlea 
I Waldo and ant FuU hig^ 

cem hamt wttb oil heal 
Owaev eomgleuaa new home I 

' aad aaileus to aeO at prkO; 

.4 IWda 

4. 2572 Lirrcoln, Willows 


ownrra. fraturea a tome Uvtng luom 
wkh a nuai attrarttve Arepuce. 
den with ftroplace. gwem-atoe teli« 
roam, wall-to-wall carpeted halU. 
3 -gre p u wdff mom. maart kiirhea 
: with notoi and utility oa aiatoi %mr 
I L'pwauw there are three Urge bed- 
rurmuL all wtth rinoeta ani>ttw. and 
a 4 -tBw vanky bath. Fuil baaefnral 
iKHighed to tar 3 evin re oen t. Ott 
' KW hrat. All Ihle wtth many 
irxirna an a liiaunignv Unda r aned 


’3-BR CITY RANCHER' 


PRIME LOCATION 
SxS DUPLEX 


This very ailrartlve Itoglex bull tot 
1 ^ One minute Wmuwa Beach. I 
Barh attto rented fte 3131 per nvmrh. 
Large LR w«h itorn gwedtog tire ' 
ptore. dtoing aiwa. obauiuioly opdo- 
dau kttrhen. 4 -prr teihraom wnh 
Tnntt>. targe badrnma d<iwWe, 
rnrurul. naU bammetil. pnrk^ all' 


What do you Irad Vilf NORTr 

from the worthless Botk * * * 

four-card suit? Is it v A J 

more Important to a. vs 

glv« your pRiinor • w A m 7 

count on your length. 
or to tell him when i ‘ 4 * * 
you have •omething v J 7 I 
In tha suit you have ? * * ’ 

led and when you - ‘v 
don-tr . 

The result ot this • v J • 

teamof.four deal was * V • J 

different at two Ublea “ 

because each West • J»» 

chose to lead a differ- Tka bU4iag 
ent card Irom his j.^ 

spade suit. , x p 

If North had bid a ^ ^ 
more conservative p^ 

three cluba at his 
third turn. South ,..x a. 

would still have had * 

enough to lay three no trump, anT 
hands certainly rated being at game. 

Dummy played low on the spade lead arrd East 
won the king. East returned the spade and the ron- 
tract became ironclad. The cluha didn’t split, but alter 
EraI won thF club qu^n ind continued tpRdcs. South 
was able to win the queen of spades. The act of dia¬ 
monds and the ace of hearU. together with the rest 
of dummy'i clubs were enough to bring home the 
nine tricks South needed. 

At the other table. Weat opened ihe aeven of 
apadea—Ihc top card, warning partner that he held 
nothing of consequence In the suit. As a result, when 
East won the first trick he shifted to the queen of 
dlamon'ls. South ducked. East continued with the 
diamond ten and again South ducked. If Weat had 
doiv! likewise, the hand would havo been made. South 
would win the diamond ace on the third round, test 
the cluba and. when the>' did not break, cash dummy'i 
ace belore giving East the queen of cluba. Without 
another diamond to lead. East would have to give 
South hla queen of spades or surrender two heart 
tricks by Vadlng auray from his king. 

An alert 'Wrot continued a beautiful defence by 
ovei'taKlng partner’s ten ot diamonds urlth the jack 
and shifting to a heart. That aet up a heart trick for 
the defenders whirh. with the bad break In cluba. was 
enough to ae: the contract. 

iStlsMM Sr AMoelsMd at*ia«i«ri) 


JOHNSTON'S 


COMPLETE 
SECLUSION 
ATTRACTIVE STUCCO 
BUNGALOW 

EoaaUAilty Troott Frogmljr 
Flrturo WMAton 

LOVELY VIEWS 

U yoa an totottog tor a ksoao ta 
a tov^ aiva «iin ciaiatry attara- 


LAMPSON ST. 


'PAY MORE?" 
'WHAT FOR?' 


I oa tte morkai 
toroam foil baao- 
BO. gRE THIS 

t 6 i 7 mace a 

Tte tatortor la 
I oao taatofully 

Tte gToaaio on 


UPLANDS 

ir Wttraoau. rampao room. 

iMo oorperi Ttita 0111001100 - 
It-tovol komi hoa )«it boog. 
cog oa Um morkvt 
tra D Woetti EV 3-1411 OV ' 


CAPITAL CITY 
REALTY 


SO bESfRABLE, 


OAK BAY 
3-BR BUNGALOW 

W rt I h wa. iSWrUrp. UMoahe- -US 


"2345 HOWARD' 
$9(X) DOWN 


r-'£Lr?«T $9450 

b« WUUn. avSTSls raa 


"TRADES' 


$7580 


Ctoor into teaao iraltor oa 

gowtt poymoki oa team 
Aportmoai aoaog teilldittg 
lot la irotfo for gami or 
moaar Eoaaitfol orcliitaot 
teatgteg 3 -bogroam boma 
*Uk boaomaat aulto far 
aMor 1 -bogrm homo arar 
EutMittfa Oar y«ar toi. aor 
or OMrtgbt* paprr oa Aowa 
teymrat oa c oatomparory 
i-bogroiua t>»<‘oirttcr Co/l 


tha combined 


FOR ANY 

Pocketbook 

J 1 ^ C/\A fMarty arw. Hwdr r a. 

I At DUU ibror • tiO(tr*v*m. a-x 

noae borar al faaiuraa yoa wouM 


HIGH FERNWOOD 


'WALKING DISTANCE 
$700 DOWN 


- 1954 Neil Av—Soonichi 

RI'ILT 1 > 1*34 WITH THE BEIT 

\A/UPDP TAM Vni 17 materiala immatilatr 
wncKt L.AIN i\j\j. cYiNiNnott >redroom nux 

MtiKKh CAN V»)r FfRl) A BASEMENT HhME- BEADY 
THREE BEDRUOM WITH (XL H A ALMORT IMME- < 1 A Q/Vl 
HEATING •RtW rACKAGB UNIT* MATE om'PANCY ^ I 
^** 1 ^ * *'_._i .rT_d U.W n-M te.' PHONE UN RENDLE. OR T«»L 
Prm^o!^ HAROLD GARDNER CR % 7 m. 
Now wiring awdewrtate kitr tea o ng’ ^*^ ^ ^ ^*** 

iivmg fxvua Nrar Juttttov HooteUd. I ‘ PBRSONALIZ EP CT )LRTEOtg 


"ESQUIMALT BORDER' 
DUPLEX 


IDEAL RETIREMENT 


$7500 $14 800 


Nrar wmia Rigtt grttartt Cnag team 
a! 7 ? yran rittgte. Jaal nkviy 
brteon m lav Uila 3 - b agr x ir a pMo 
nm In teavmrnt OH itot wolrr teak 

L“,r‘er" $12,000 


RaauUfatly toogoralsag aag 
gocoraioa. 3 largr goa ku- 
eteaa. vpa el oar brtgbt Uviag 
raama. aopgtr phamMag. 
Iwavy wirum tomv a|^ 


$7500 


'MUST SELL' 


"”'<Ath osly like IX,WX ^ 

ERIC A. MACFADYEN Sm? iSL TtJTcZSSIVSi 

MOtMnn amrsM tV Vlrt.»l.' » >»*■ .«»»■ M S si r mn i l B.II 1 u 

ti4 Evvnil Jlsr .W.W ?*"»" ^.rtnmlMis D» , tor 

— - - — - ---— ' tamr wNk mamr vxtrao lorlugttig 

3 -aSDMViM ROME OR KF^MTRS wm grrk. palm Wm til M* Rv 
» Uvng Twan witti flrrpian. dto- gur*g to tow prtoo of tiatab teik 
ing rtjnm torgy kltdwn arwiy' vvry rvaoraakto tonna Ptom a owaar. 
gr^vmtod. 11 ogB gnwik. tel tM bm. ev Lome 

Fult prtro It M M' Ralph ‘To* tor- --- 

iOttlBl uto EVI-tetoarEVSrtoH ERAHO EEEf ROME ttBA VIEW 


,abto wtth rtav hvatiag. Rvfl aagvr 
ISon annually para braimg- ranking 
’ Dnm HW avig ttotttmg Nlroly-fviirog 
|argM toi ang arporatr garmgv 
En, jg^ 3 Q 

Carl Fhlppo. EV Ltlgr. wot 


UPLANDS 


Try Toar offarr 

waiiAioi IV t-fi 

FAMILY HOME' 


SHELBOURNE AREA" CANADA TRU 

^YOU ~Aat~i!nT H E » Tr . p 


Nfw aoigvfii J-tetonmm hngav. l.Mk GORDON AHTI 
te ft 3 'ocr«a M tong Cod RorUiwrtwra R 
GRft-nsi g am or wootemga. - ar. Lte 
Vla ot RV 4 .hte 

• — — ' - - -• .— - e I I NEW 3 * REDR 

BY nWRER MCE gROQgl > Barton Avraur 
tegr*swn koanr ttorag' No baav-. N« tewmoiM 
.mmM Prw kamri ti <«• ^wra 1 Harm 4 ang • p 
ICtooo to Oak Bay Avr. EVfim iimilL EV)« 


Oaiy #IU,/J 

wttk raay trrmo la raf *- 

^ morn to#ar«M(ton . 
FTA.N ROETLO BV Mftl 


IMi t ROOMS. COAL AND WOOD KI'K- 
















































































































ISO HOUSES FOK SALE 1S3 WANTED TO lUY 1S4 

^HOUSES 


ISO HOUSES FOR SALE ISO HOUSES FOR SALE ISO HOUSES FOR SALE ISO HOUSES FOR SALE ISO HOUSES FOR SALE 


2€ fiatlti (Eoloniflt 

Oct. 1$, 1940 


5WINERT0N 


GORDON HULME 
(ROYAL OAK) LTD. 

PH GRM 211 

Am OcrCoa MuiMt SidarT Lid 

SACRIFICE —$3000 

Ci«l) bnv* Sbii f«od. fiAfts 4- 
rooM booM Nrv oluBbtnc I 9 
bRlIiroa RISC It: Orl\e bv )3I4 
Burns tnra pimn* 

Mr( LAftadtr. KV I'CSSt. 

craigdarr(x;k— 

4 BEDR(X)MS & DEN 
$ 12,900 

All th« apac* jrcw B««d fer t 
r*»l faallv boa* Obi pluabini 
■•4 *«(ra vaahra t«U boat. oU 
HW boat BaaatKal oca doer* 
ta *U mata raoat liv ra dUi 
rooa aad doa Beperaie lerai* 

' Nice tardea aUb ooaa aacbuaa 
AH r*aMnaat« oTtm m prtr* and 
i*ra* eoaatdtrod To piaaa* 
call 

Mrt Latradrr. IV I'Attl_ Kidrrly 

- I hum* I 


A LOVELY 
HOME 
TEN MILE 
POINT 


RITHET 

CONSOLIDATED 

LTD. 

:#» 1»7I :•< t'ORT »T 


P. R. BROWN 


Stewart Clark 

Ltn 

BKOI EiHTi N . 4 T KV^JiSl, 

SEA VIEW HOMES 
1906 FERNDALE 


LOW DOWN PAYMENT 
IV 4 ACRES 

RUilai'-* fu) I La>TS. 4*nTi miiad* 

$3750 

Ruth R, JiuU.llft'n 
CV 4-MlA GR t-ISM 


ISO HOUSES FOR SALE 


2 PRAIRIE 
COUPLES 


FRANK A. 
MARTIN 

Agencies Ltd. ‘ 

IU4 rLakihard strect 

TRY YOUR 
TRADE IN 

OK THIS 

OPEN HOUSE 

AT 1«» HAMPTON 
Rtw. etttf ml*. 3-bedraaN bu(n« 

$14,900 

Ik HMth and K Kerr >n aUeadanr* i 
Cvta. BVMaiO. uAlrc SV MTM 

OH GEE! • 

: WOULD WE' 

Ivtr Ilk* ta Rbuw tbi« tmety 
crtedcra bom* I* ym 1 badruoma. j 
flU baaemem. 3 batba balt-a 
rang* and wbil oven la larp*. 
btl^ lUScbtB Oa larf* trved M. 1 

$17,500 

Per farther MertMtiofi rmuict 
& HMth or K K«rr at BV »-«7M 
«r evM. BVMlia 

; A New Home 

Thot's 

Right 
IN PRICE 
■ IN LOCATION 
^ IN FLOOR PLAN 
' ond 

Flexible In Your Down 
PoyrTrent or Trode 

Dba't btam* w If >ou heaiute So 
rail Md atpect ihit very weO- 
bbllL brand new. I bedr uotn ba«ae 
c« »eclrtand Ave. (Remttnhm 
Mar lave B a d dolUrt la a bomr 
ti Bdy at wrare aa tbe diatnrt 
tra locaied In. and IMa area hat 
aNvaya been aawac tbe top three. 
Ijpr a price «d t33.dB0 ar* 


YOUR OPPORTUNITY 
S 9950 

TO SETTLE ESTATE 

t-yMr-atd atarva. ihrauch-bnu Vku 
3 ipacio u a bedroom*. Ihinc raoB 
hreptace. kuchan ■ wnas • virwi 
LTiUt) wttb tab* ott nill lu«t 


j 960^ WATERFRONT 

wnx fin th tore Witn ihe 
CHARM and CHARACTBR of ihka 
drllfhtful nearly - ar« bunfatow. 
T)w LR fMlorr* a 
i CATHEDRAL CCILLNG and love 
I view wladtM* and BBAtTIFT L 
rrdar paaelllnc 3 lovely b*d- 
Irwsma LGE VANITY baihrm DE 
U*XC nih(n*( kll. ZWt DtAii^ 
arM with view. I'lllltj J-TAR 
attached paraf* OILr^liATIC HW 
{heating plant Plenty of water 
1 Power and Ittht la Pan/ramle 
terlutlM amid 11 ACRCA of level 

r-. $23,500 


Thu avrcptMually weH twnt tv ne| 
ha* a parkllfce. aerhidad •*$.. 4 
apalnat the UnlvrrMty pruperlv 
CtnUBe 4 laffr badnauna. 1 ba'K- 
fAMana. exceHeni famtiv room LR 
*4x11 larpr DR. Mleht full-e^A* 
Utrhen ^nette. Sundeck and 
many extraa. Out- <0^ OOA 
iUndlnc vahB at 

Low down pnyment temna ran a* 
arranard contact J«w taharw 
ET i4m or rea. EV 4-i«4R 


Opportunity! Only once 
■n 0 lifetime do you find 
o truly beoutiful home 
on Q lorge lot for o very 
lovif down poyment • • si 

S 30 (X) 

►retfoid **»« le*el. t 

SlUjnm* room, raued nre* 

Fomuii dimnc room 
the kM> hen )ou muit aee 
f bedronmv all larpr 
KamU) room. den. laundry ronm 
Pee sour home lodav. hwl call MRl 
PIMPSON t\ or CV 13*4? 

\orthwe*tem ileruritlea of Victona 


WANTED 

IN FAIRFIELD 


OAK BAY 
EXCLUSIVE 
WILLOWS PARK AREA 


JUBILEE 
3 BEDROOMS 


$700 DOWN 

$70 PER MONTH 


•rboot*. •xBataitni of thru »bP. lari# 

Uvlnp rm with nv dining rm ex-j 
reptkBalh «mart kit with dminc 

arM rC kami wtth FP and exira 1 „ 

S5r"xxSKr5TSiri»*?K, MUST BE SOLE 
^Kr!rJ5J.rrK.'“£Si $1500 down 

that you have been Vmlunc lor For’ 

hnther Bfermautai call Mra. EUhXt.Within May walking dutanre 
EV S4M or EV i.>4« {rM> rrnirr ■-— ' 

HOME AND REVENUE,Sr SS 

gound and aoBd. clean a# a pin J^TJ***^ 
with foil bamt ami automatic hMi-,PbN pnce 
MC. * apacSouB nru lor owner and p<ea*e rail 
a funuahed auiie. aetf rt« ’ g HAYHt'R.4T 

Ulned and rentaif at WT » talnawt cv ^.4^ 
pa>* tbe mortaad*’. JaWIre arM.| 

:£r.r" $ 11,650 

Mr. Cijow. EV ?4m 

EXTRA SPECIAL 
BEACH DRIVE BUNG 

_ _ _ A Indy charming b'Cnom bungahw 

BllUtIr* and mtw with garden aettmg and acMn* an'bi>| 

.awM and a limited aM view. Enay 

WTMa la beach and aome fat-rlyl 
waBu. CoanpiiaM: enirmfwe hall 
• parioetL extra largr LR icomrr 


Will aril houae and t4 bc. WT 
wairrtrijni atli:»n 
14W ac. a* walerfronl at B M. 
1 thrre-ae lota IIT waiarfroiH 
at tisae 

Alao BLac treed land a* tlMg 
Ruth E RutchetiW 
EV 4 W11 GR kKSM ^ 

C. X MONTAGl'E 00 . LTD. 


WANTED I 

URGENTLY 

CASH 

For your madem fnur-room baae- 
mgnt bungalow. Muat be on a ewer 
and bua tine Retired Wlanipeg 
couple will pax up tn ttg.M caab. 
Mr Drew. J H VmrmiME A 00., 
LTD. CV3-ca». re*.. EV 3-«Mi. 


SOLID OLDER lYinC FAMILY 
Cl)M»X)RT 

Owner mnat **11 now 
Bargain price and term# 
FMturea UviM room, dining rnom. 
den and 3 twarooma plus baaemeni 
All you A**d la t7t» and a alead> 
Ut CaU RV S4741. R«»thw«a(ern 
Vrurltie* af Victoria Lid. for 34- 
hr. ****1**. ASK FOR 

BLAIRE PARKER 


4-BEDROOM HOMIB 
POR SALK 

g-aSDROOM SPLIT-LEVEL 
MOVE IN RlOirr AWAT 
8T COKTIUCTOR 
MO COMMMtON TO PAT 
TRADE. SELL. OR WHAT 
HAVE TOO 

AUa many fine Iota an aever and' 
idroty of NHA funds available. 
Up ta MM paid U ymi for aiark- 
Ing an yanr ana bouat. Baa ban 
It norka. by calling 

H. E. FOWLER & SONS 
LTD 

Ocaaral Cantraclars 
Bomaa. 0«n*ral Rapaira. Senera. 
CoBcrata Work, ar Anyiblng in 
Woadnarfc duM call 

OFFICE—EV 5-2496 
EVES —GR 8-2775 


Pteaa* rail Mim Cnurtnall. 

EV I44M ar re* EV b-mt 


HAPPINESS 


$5000 


OAK BAY 

WATERFRONT 

,TME PRICE a*« THIS VERY RNB 
■OLDER TYPE HOME HAS BEES 
REDl’CED FOR ICK SALE 
La< MW UOkMS S«n view with 

$16,800 

o-u« X r Huta. iv«4» 

I bgak acc^t. Extra x^uabw 

CORDOVA BAY 
I 1.6 ACRES 

I Seclusion and Seo View 

A imly Ml«Mlul MttMC wMh Ms 
, ef appeal far pMpie that jIm la 
an away from the tmMlr. 

' Larga IIvIm raoaa wVh FP. 3 oad- 
naa, cab iStc^ Aaca bath. FnU 
haaament with extra room. Pack- 
agr oil bent Drlva-tn garage 

STwiS** $12,500 

Tn vtaw call Prad Scbrrhnnm. rPa 


Only I tots left M aur KlRS*ley 
Plare aubdt'MM at Mt ToTmie 
betwMB ShHboorae and Richmond 
Read, off Kfught Ave Sewered 
bua wtu be at a premnua w^ 
the nrw MNA regulalkma com* MM 
effort ta January. ItO. 

Phone E J. Butler. EV4-1US 
avaa . EV SI3t3 

D>wig««a Kawkea. SIT Pori SL 


LANSDOWNE- 
; UPLANDS AREA 

I Reoutrrd -by client, a fmr-badmnm 
{anodern heme wMh rumpua roum. 
Preferenre la to a hungaMw eiyla 
j ham* but would ronatder a apiH- 

$35,000 

14 U rUvno 

[ THE ROYAL TRUST COlfPANY 
'! 131* Cevemment 81 EV 1-^31 
|| Evrnlnga BV<-IOSt. 


B\'>-13QS 


$750 DOWN 
FAIRFIELD" 


CONTEMPORARY 


A «X 13 S M «a PakMgtno. 4 *r *. 
' bedroun* all oa iKr aam* fbiur.; 
THIS U A MUST TO SEE fX>R THK; 
LARGE FAMILY Full prir* aWy' 
tSJMS. DoaT hesKAte. phnne D Sretli 
anw. GRb-SIU ar EV A^Sl. Colaay 
RMlty Ltd.. 3 Mi 'Dtt^taa SUMl 1 


SEA VIEW* 

LOW DOWN PAYMENT 

Eaguanaft Lagoon, 4->^-old ainm 
bnM LA iOBaS. RAISED HEABTHT 
FP. DR. cab kit wm Alao propane 
ga*. 3 bodrma with bum la fog- 
turra. ta bamt OBO-Matlc. Lit 
TMTS. Lovaly baa ch nMrhy 

$13,650 

Rath E Hulchraen. EV 4 -MU. 


OPPORTUNITY 

KNOCKS 


and waU ovni. Able plumbuig. ? 
bedroom* an mala Boor, and 3 
mar* uafimabH <B * 0)11 MvM. i 
utUHy. Hot-air od hMtmd pnetug* 
i«n. and earporl 

Restrictivt covenonts 
guorantee thof only 
quality homes con 
be built in this locO’ 
tion. 

PLEA.SR DO NOT 
THE AOORE.SS TO DRIVE BY, 1 
I WILL RE DEiiCirreD TOSMOW l S apactena bedroama 
T 04 ' THIS HmIE BY APMNT- 1 Larpr living ruum wMk fpuplar*. 
ImEICT I AJ^RS YOU THIS IS g. Pamlly-sbr dtaiM area. 

A M'AUTY HOME AND 1 AM 4 Cabinet •tocliic Uteben wKk aat- 
OfArINC you a rare OPPOR- big arm 

Tl’Nm* TO ACQUIRE A VALU* S Overalaed tMlMy and playroeaL 
ABLE PROPERTY IT A REASON- * BrnMIhally landaeapH loL 
ABLE PRICE LoAtEO IN AN T QSrO-M af bml. 

AREA or RISING VALUES k Drhm^a garagr 
PULL ^ 1 ft 0 *^ : Tbts enr a la a-ttfrumr hoy ia now 

PRICE ^ available to you Pull prtc* only 

ItlSSM nnae C. L <Eus' fTlASER 

Do not deloy, co me 5 JK.SK!. 

I onCE. This will sell t victoria Lid. 


£2."^ $15,500 

Good terniB 

CAR R Can. EV Sdn 4 
ARC YOU A BIG FAMILY* 
Immaculatr la ihr woi d Cbta oidrr 
type taaatly hem* la *Huat*d with a 


TREED 
SECLUSION 
1.2 ACRES 


31 LOTS 
IN COLWOOD 

Eepuilfwl lou ar«h wat*r laid m, 
luw down paymmta. paM fronugc 
In If* •mil# clrrlr. «»2 

NORM HYDE ar EAY DAVIES 
anytime. EV l■•T41. Nnrthwoimm 
SccurtUM af Virtncla Ud. 


WANTED 


Pun bmal. 04 >M hmt. Separal# aar-i 
age All arw wtrtag and cRpp*r pM I 
bm. TMa hnme haa rlear Wla andi 
xandnr mlrM carrv baL If amvox. 
n.SN ran br DP Pull ptle* OIMS; 
Sm tMa an* wtth Mr. Crtrionay.i 
Evs-xm ! 


A REAL BEAUTY 


DUPLB 3 I CLOEB W. CONBirT- 

lar af I rnamt and bath w 4 ^ 
and balb down. Own eiRraarca 
aad m*t*ra Can ba handlod tm 
II.MS caab balanca a* rent- ^l» 
price ashr U»SM Tnr fi^Mr 
partlonlara raU JACS BROWR. 
KV 4 - 4 rf« Ptmbartap Htlm*a Ltd . 
rr 4 -*\M 


SUPERB SEA VIEW 
14 (X) SQ. FT. . I ACRE 

Ut wKt rp M utd U< lU lartti 
xtffw 1 bad i aaa. Iga nUMly. t oailna 
1 enrlnaed Piab pool, re tb arie x 
treea. 3 garage* T yepra. 0 S 4 > 
datlr View RoyaL Low lax**. 

2S2 $17,300 


YOUR ACREMe? 


APARTMENT 

SITE 


DR. Nteoly 


OFFERS 

MUST BE SOLD 


CxceUmi hwailan far a amall apart* 
m*ni blork. Contar M wa r ^city 
rentr*. For fidl particular* phona 
lixURlCE N SjStTH tvg^ 
Nort h w ta tt r n Stcnutlaa of Viclans 


IS BEDTIME 
BEDLAM 
AT YOUR 
HOUSE? 

lotf iDMktt gaanrra ar* 

af lb* may fmtnrm font 
nn* fenr-Mdrerm boaa*. 


151 COUNTar HOMES 
AND •aOeCRTIES 


SHELBOURNE 

STREET 


DESPERATE VBNIKMI NOw LTV-! 

im; in the uaa. most 
anxious to sell this 1-TR-OLD 
stucco HOME •MnaM an Mi *xtrn 
large eeraer M with truM traaa. 
Pufly I n a u ia la d. iparlaiia NvMg 


bom* Lovely grnuada. prany a* a 
pirtun twakle and anl. Na ^f«rred 
magurnaar* S1.SM wW handle Call 
P. Rirhardwm. CVMI4I. North- 
weatern So nu i t ir* af Viciorla *Ud. 


ESQUIMALT LOT 
DUPLEX ZONED 

aaly lat’ avaiiaWo ta. an 
Ewbam*i. Naar Ram m 


LANGFORD- 

COLWOOD 

APARTMENT COURT 


Lars* 
4. No 
I^rl 4 


HOME AND C^DPJT BaL lbru‘t^ caWnrl kncRrn wtth amM* dtn- 
haU. lovely LR. FP. pUnirr*. um area, aad Pembrake bnuiewm. 
CATHEORAL WIN^ tram floor, ^ iSment with anle oS furnace, 
to crum^ ML HW flra wHiy j fMMwd ruoma Bare uWmMng' 
bRrben. 3 Wdna* PU.*8 I BR I" grtvo-w garae* IR'BSTAKTIAL 


$7125 


$5000 


Pull price 

Can Bawl Praarr V 

rua. EV»-113r 


Island Hi 


$500 DOWN 

DRIVE BY 

68 SAN JOSE 


HERE TODAY 

GONE TOMORROW/ 


$7500 


Jubilee 


OPEN HOUSE 


lb BIXXTK PROM SEA 
4 BCDROOM.N 

LIVTNC AND DINING ROOM 
LARGE KITCHEN •»* 
PLUMBED POR W A.ND D 
3 BATHROOMd 
REWIRED ELEC HW 
BASEMENT. SEP GARAGE 

STTLrsr*"*^ $6500 

Per fuftbrr mfarmatMm can Fred 
Srhrrtaum. rea EV SSMS w aCOra 
evsgas anyilm*. 


$7650 


SEA VIEW 


3*31 REDW OOD AVE 
LAIIBDOWEB PARE AREA 
TVra aarlb HraderMa Rand ta 
KtadaU. flrti turaiag aartb m 
Cardiff, laat Uratag wmt aft 
Cardiff 

•ATtmOAT. 1*»3S PM. 
glx raama. nitb buttt-tn iMtur**. 

SE^Tr.SI'526,000 

Trrma can be arraagod 

W E RUPF^ A SOM Bnlldtra 
BV*-3gM . ETI ♦IMV IV 4-S3M 


MOmRN CITY BOMB 
So dinermt’ Walkb« diataart, amr 
AG Canlie. Largt LR. eak floar. 
Remaa fireplace, cat he dr a l artadow * . 
Jrune awniag*. bevel glaja daora. 
Large brdrm •alao two attic •parra>. 
KR-dm^. titod tlBk. wtred rnagr 
aad ga* 04>M bmL fhangutand 


NOT FOR THE 
LARGE FAMILY 


Laagford. B C. 

- 1 T 2 P 

im. OR *-3434 
. OR 4*3414 
Open Saturday 


Offer* 


FRASER BISCOE 
750 Pondoro Ave. 


large lot or SMALL ACRyGE 


■Mil f^ly DHtfMMiy Etuatad. 
T^t— young buapK-w »7 *tx 
«M>. near ^ Ha*. *52? 

m wtth raahagaay wait: kc^. 
cSacrM kltrbpa: 2 
large dmeta aad •ami-ttted katX 
%aiE new OS-O-Matlc fumare. 
Sgarale garae* with eargari f^c 
•grand cur TM* home M la ev 
mOeni lUi* E repair aad E 
Etuxtad on xn average w » a 


rngkaardi. All like arw. Small 
attrarttv* gard^ Ew u ba. Wrought 
Iran rntraare. CaEeUatad 4-fL Eonr 
gardan wan. SuM rinplf ar wnaU 
family. Now b aiu aMt wW ymi Sad 

1%,. $12,500 

Inunrdlatr pomrilaa. Trrma anf> 
S^. Oarenr* G«udr. rvea. CV 4-4374. 


BRENTWOOD 

PROPERTIES 


4J.4S4 DOWN 

949 ORONO 

LANGFORD 

IMMEOUTI POMCMHM 


EXECUTIVE'S 

CHOICE 


WATERFRONT 


154 ACRIaU* for 
5ALI AND WAMTIP 

ATtRACTIVE 

1 acm •( m-i 

'fS £1.’^“' .. $7750 

Don nal CM- 


F. N. Cabeidu 


OPPORTUNITY 

KNOCKS" 

$1000 DOWN! 

$12,050 rrir"-2™ 

•eanon* aoccw hungglonr AT¬ 
TRACTIVE 4-ROOM BASP^ 
MKNT SUITE WITH BATHRM 
Exrvflrni garden Int la pogalar 
HIGH QUADRA Tn view raU 
Ganrfe Tbnrnrtoa. BV 4-4341. 
Cohiny RaaRy Ud. CV>S3SL 


ms Broad SIrupt BV 4-7174 

KataMIEMd IS Ymn 

N. SAANICH 

Wr Ba** twa very ale* tiva raam 
kuagalan*. back with *m view 
aad saad-*ta*d p r aga r ty. In dtf-, 
frraat paru af tkla vary bmati-1 
fuJ diatric: Piicad at I 

$ 15,000 and $ 20,000 | 
oil ■ w ntakUMK. nt-tmi 

BY THE SEA I 

TEN MILE POINT 

Very atiracUve madtrp ban** I 
rantalalng many extra* aad ba**| 
lag aaaatdarabW abaractrr. Cea-' 
tauM larga Hvtag ream, aaparata 
g»**4->alat glaiag rnaa aad alL 
alcctric kttebes: an bavtag tia* 
*M virw*. —-•—— —— 

raaraatian 


Sr $6500 

:nniaG R. E. NWa. BV 440* ran 


T%ta ae« camaMUd 3»b*draam 

home la ready far Immediate poa- 

UVINO RM WITM PIRKPLACB 
DimNO RM 
3 BEDROOMS 
LAROt KITCHBH WITH 
DllftMO ABKA 

4-PT COLOBXO BATHROOM 
FELL HIGH BABBMBfT 
OIL HEAT 

A 3rd b adraam c«nM ba aaally 
bnllt In tba tetaaaeat with arla- 
dena. ata.. pUcad nIUi UU* In 
mtPd Hpato la aMty tocacad. S 
blk Iram »»w Avl. •Mr* an 


$500 DOWN 


MALA-HEIGHTS 

Oaty a few eboire balf-nera Wa, 
app. 131X 34S. 8m viaw. trera. 
pm-ary. naar mam Wsbwny. Ugbt 
aad pboar. Ideal for a aummer 
boap*. rettrvmaat. ar paramaiat 
re al dene * . PiliM Bum SII 4 le 4L3SS 


44171 Eing 


McLrttaa **-*«. 
R»alty. BVSSm. 


and *ir*am. tU-IQS 
l«v*ly modrm 4-r 


$1000 DOWN 
SHELBOURNE AREA 


OPEN HOUSE 


CADBORO BAY LOTS 

Will bnlld ta ya ur p iaaa. ar **D . 
STOCKTOH COMTHUenOM LTU 
IV 4-4t34 


$500 DOWN 

1280 GLADSTONE * 

t» bungaiiiw with Ed son 
mwnl. ONLY 

prir*. PlaW rMI R. C. HOI*. 

L4ES. ran ^>4*14. 


WB souerr yocr ubtino or 
FARM, COUNTRY 
PROPERTY, ACREAGE, 
ETC. 


PRICE DAVIES 
AGENCIES 


• rw wAifT aratAK iuiiaaii. waHy 

‘X! 

twa aar* Urga martgaga Btgb- fT $/ I 25 

$29,500 CRAVES. EV 44141 

I daw aan B J levanaa ,i| 

' IV 3-1174 Aftar bpnr* OR 7-3334.1- 

i SXSIDE DUPLEX ' DUPLEX OR FAMILY 

IDEAL LOCATION I HOME 

TmB BRAND NBW duptex prt*r*iTbla aapnouB borne Mtmlad Mgb 
I ap appartualty i« aaaabip* a > ■ RivSiag ri .mii ramaGam eni 
Ifipm AND IIMX)^ Ea^^lbaU. ttvlag and diMii^m^lMiw 
^i*f**.U THRM'na. eab kM. 3 brdmia. batbrm. 
**nr004tt. Hvlng-dmiag r*^ Ua wRh aen #M. la a v*f> large 
jttoatMe aaMa*t klub*a. miHty gy^ rm. lha dn aa. Ut and katbna. 
raam aad 4-gc. batBrpam. Saga- qu hat-*Mtar eal. Immediate poa- 
rata aata all fumaeaa. m«tar* MMoa to one epuG- ** y 


$9800 


braakfaai a r a a. utUlty rnam 
Mtimbad far waaRrr ana dryar, 
4-pea ralpred batbrpom with 
larga vaalty. 4 gaad-ataa b*d- 
rnama. Sua dock eaar aarpert 
aritk paGlal am vlaiv PUB baat- 
atoat nitb nraa l a g i ta rumpt** 
ranm. Ofl-O-lfetic brat. tuUy 

SSr ^ $18,000 

ElO. AASKBO. BOILDHI. 

__ PH BV 4-4141 


$9950 


FRASER BISCOE 


furnace Framad for fumpw rwan. 
Baamiful laL 4 btorka from BiH- 
hourn* .Sboggtng Centre. _ 

TRULY A STEAL AT 
THE LOW, LOW PRICE 
OF $9800 

ITRETTH VALUE4 
BEST VALUK4 Dial CBIf SIrHrh. 
EV M741 NoGbweatrrn Securkle* 
I of VlrtoGa Ud. _ 


WANTED 


4 BEDROOMS 

Real tamiiy kncnr an 4 aerm af 
naGtall) rtvnred park-l^ prapeGy, 


HAYNES 


wNb a toral Improvement atU an R 
Full price t7.fM and tfub la a real 
bhy. Cnniart Harnid Ware. IWn R 
g«juntr> Home* Lid. Ul Pmulora 


$7500^ 


4S ACRES - LI^ICTCHf 
Pr*rtlral|7 all clmreg and r«hl- 
vatad. Muatvd Ami off Happy 
Valley Road with torge rmntage tm 
Elnnmad. Small ham and well aa 
proorGy IdMl for eubdivHioa 9 
drvlred Apenm H raah fVI prli* 
aaked. »MS AG Hill Brnwp 
Bnw Agmim Ud . llS Blaaahpfd 


CATTLE OR HORSE 
RANCH 


$5800' 


SIDNEY 


$7500;i 


'JUST $275 DOWN 


pf tRt right Buaabrr far a family iPrtt« nd to 
af Nnr ar flv* If mgar caa«Uua- “ - —- — 
tiaai pina aa attractlmly ptaaard 
h»ma af *pacton* raama la appeal- 
lag to yan. da am delay ta «**iag 

X’ $23,500 

With aome Irrm* 

CaB B. P Oaraty. BV 4-7174 ar 
Be* OB 7-gf33. 

I OWNER 

, TRANSFERRED 

^ MUST SELL! 

t Laaadeamt araa. hnmr wob rbarar-J 
iler and a tovefy artiMg. Entrance' 


pad wttk pew frig, frercar aad 
garbng* burner An faeatWai 0p» 
partaaitr to get anny Imm It aB 
Over isr af btachfmnt. tocated 
to Eaat Soak* Apgmt I acr«a, 
cleared far paaturagv Priea In- > 
ctadaa PaGnaU Tractor. dlam.| 
giw*, retary tannme*r*r. 14' ent- 
beard cabin cruia*r Rlfto* ftoh- 
lag tear, garden laal* caa ba n»-' 
e^laled for ArreptaM* to V1,A j 
nipew (•rce* tb* tale af tbi* au! 
traeilra orageGy Pull nrice —' 
414 to4 CaU Dan Wbyto. KV 4-71tT 

aaGlm* _ _ 

MEARS A WHYTE 
OAK RAT RPALTT LTD i 

314 4 Oak Bay Av*_ _ [ 

TArT^2 BR. HOME ' 1T.*BS 
33 '* -Eumialwd CotUfe 44.toS 

4 ” -Ctoarud aad faaaad M.OM 

3S ** ^-HonM ... 4t?.Sn0 

5 - -nrtm baUdM^ ... .fU.BF> 

I* >No buHdtof* .41S.m 


TMa-Lbadroom bomr ba* double’ 
ptumbint and w located guMr clea*{ 
m. It a la ale* rgndRlon and ha* 
b*«n redreoraie4 ti i* vnrant right 

now and awal be ioM over ibe 
I weekend. Ondy M4 a awnib anil 

r., $5500 

Plea*e call TED GRAVES. EV 44741, 
<ir EVS1P12 NoGbwe*tem SeeurHlM 
|ar Vb-torla Ud 


lontaG my agem HaroU Ware. 
Town g Country Home*. IM Pan- 
dom EV 3-7374 


jHEISTERMAN 

' EV 3-4161 


SECURITY 

(NOT LUXURY) 

MAKES GOOD 
LIVING 


QUIET SECLUSION 
BARGAIN PRICE 


R. rah elec Ml. 4-pr* batb. 
Cn.4M wNb aaly M.4I4 down. 
IrKmge KV 4grA4 amlMM. 
R.'GlJUt REALTY LTD 


1 UNEXCELLED) .4EA VIEW 
Overlaaklhg Parry Bav la 
I flrtcboala; fUHy fenced 1-nrr* let. 

. A* itni* aa mdg down sad **<y 
I term*. Pull price onfv tSJM Te 
;virw piM** pban* Mrx E Kaape. 

ar EV*43n Cnlagy 
, Really Ud 34S4 Dxigla* Street 


Beyal Oak bame< LUI 1 AUc 

It. 3 badrM, eU | aMONOST THE TKEBa 

'Tirx/S' 2 ACRES ! 

BlUr5UU af braaUfuny laadacaped ireaa^, 
KVi-daiL B*m , vUI br said to tb* iMUy ^Mg, 

-StMno? 104. T I 

I Bartbweatora BeeaGtto* af Via- 


GORGE 
$1500 DOWN 


__RETIRE WITH 

PLEASURE TO A 

Claa* ta. na atep* bam* a**r tb*' 
evatr* af tb* Gty yet bavtag * 
tovely larga garden wtth all ktada: 
*r fruit aad y r getiblaa CTXfV) 


WE HAVE NOME CHOiCE WAT^R 
front loll. f7.HI im to I14.444 W* 
tanmu give tofo n aattoa over iha 


SEA VIEW 

Near Sarxiy Beach 


AS NEW 

$1950 DOWN 


NEW ‘-- 

BY BUILDER ..J- 

MT DOUGLAS AREA ££ ^ 

value 

Large LR. curnet hragtoce •egamia Miy m 39 i 
dmmg room aa w^ a* exim torw pi„ia Mr I 
Miing arm W bright kHrbra. 4 Mg KV 4-4171 a* 
iwdmanMwRh la^ ctoaato; mk ■ ■■■ ' -- 


ClouifM 
Ads Ai« 


WBW auew*vtw*vw, i4«ws. 

lota pawtr warn uaaktop m 
rtow Haar ibanping aent 
acbaela *U 4SS4 to tlJ4B Tan 
pbana C H Crf BaMa tSB K 
■•alt* Pbana BV 3-3111 


SEAFRONT LOT* FOR MOBT ANY 1 

nnrkri. a* tow a* 144 Sown, ar naa 
anwfl boat car. traitor, ar moGgage 
Parmrnta 114 manih. Bob Rratber- 
ataa Dnugto* Hawtiea U4 EV 4-7134 
PM Sae bt 117K riBae^ 

ft* WA'rXiirBOTr ■ o m» i;rvA) 

-- AM aH Ik* . - -- 


$EA VIEW 
CADBORO BAY 


REAL ESTATE 
DIRECTORY 


■LOT O.V CEDAR GLEN NICE 
' Wnttoa amaBi nrw lumvea Peer, 
tfritoa* DE 41.414. D Tregmr Morey 
I * Jaknataaa. GR 7-llU ar 1V44I4L 


$1000 DOWN 

Baadtoa tbto a*w 4-rm. bang 
lewy bamt amaag arw baa 


POR OOOO Binr* IN SOOKE. 
rWACT C R CTR 800EE 
K^G REALTY. BV 3-201 
PRICE DAVTBS ACENCtEN 
fBruWwd) GR 4-1412. rea GR 4-llSl 


4 BEDROOMS 
. NEW 


CHOOBB FROM. 4 BmoOMS, [ 3-yaaftoM tomae I beWot 
LIVING ROOM. EITCHBN. 4 YRS. room. dHtHm nom. 
OLD LANGFORD PULL PRICE jwiia Kwitty pii 

Ibti Bk. _ ; wnh mtmg araa Full ban 

3 REOROn^ LA*TNG ROO M. BIT fauahad rwiitoa mom OH 
CHER. PI'LL BAS^ENT EXTRA) mtonataty 414IM with » 

high’ by ownrrVSw EVlMlS 

quadra ri'LL PRICE tt.fJS -3-- 

3 BEDROOMS LrvI.NG ROOM ' ^ COLONIAL BO.M 
Kt'TCBEN PULL PRICE 4143a j uvmg rvxmi witb flrrpto 
A LOB DOWN PAYMENT HR CAR , and kibh'to 3 hedrn'ic 
AI.SO FOR RENT. PHONE BV 4-TIM rn anx. extra b iW ii am bl 
AEOmATS AfTBB 4 PM. ALL! Altaclwd ffurugr. Large a 
DAY St^NDAT I fma traea Price HIM 


C Y YOUR DOWN PAYMENT OH ptoee battotnm wltov^y and tour 
I H'dlywend Park arm tom-'goad bedraonw: mt M-air haul. 
4ew. Mov* M m. «e*M* ma Ooara ibraagbaul PMI prir*. 

baaemeni. Dn-LR aad 3 BRa sauJi # 1 ^/x/x 

J' 3'200 

5 *lMart«r? Sm.*G« ilanffS i BRAHD REVr 3 -BB^A 8 ggBirr. 

-Uvta*. dlatwi fireplace, gntat area 

POR SALE- NI^Y-DECORATXp, A real gam. aato 4 V 4 JH Cab O. 
oldrc tomw. tiy wxtoar. fUm I Muar*. BV 4 - 3 MB •aftiS* laland 
KV ymm, l Samaa UC 4414 Dunglaa 81 . 


1S3 WANTED TO iUY 
—HOUSES 


ACREAGE WANTED ^ w 

Omrb famdy need# 3 ar T-badroota, yrg t-im* 

biea* oa 24 arrm. P. RICNAROHON -.-Z^- 

CV 44741. Northweatora SacuGtlea iJkRGC LOT. 
ad Victoria U4. Ili.lM; PhoM 


LOVELY A4BDROOM BUNGALOW! 4 
















































































































































































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Balfw CI 0 I 01 HA 
Utuf4my. Oct. IS. 1«M 


TMK •A.^RRi rrCV 


73^Frustrated liberals’ 
Urged Into New Party 


IN TM MATTBK •T TVS 
■ANNRtTPTi T or m TNA4I LTO. 

VUTONIA. •.('« DtOTOK 

NOTICS H tb«( t lU- 

Or4*f vAf aiMa MAlMt W 
TNAn LTt> Vwt«rte. • C. *m iM 
S>rC Ca 9 •< OrptAsAcr IMt. •»! llMt 

TORONTO iCPi- Thr Nfw 
IMC at ^ w IM p^riy b^ing formed under 

At oriKiai naMivar. At > sponsorship of (he CCF snd 

hmu* ▼leiAftA. »c Canadian Labor Conjfress 

i^'^S .3‘oc\Xr’7 U*'- -hould form a rallylnR point 
THE CANAOtAN cRfnrT UKN8 many “fruslraied lib- 

TauoT AatocjATioH LTD Praia. ' a polilical science pro- 
m w«t BreAdwAy, ”"*** fessor said Friday. 

TAiicoinfAf la. ac Walter Younfi- described as 

' “ a former Liberal voier. said 
Independents such a.s himself 
ALraaa atmaows. lAiA A<~ oaa witlf~tio ties to either the 
arituh CAtAaSiA nr'K" i>hor Would tend to 

New Party a^yay 


BIG (i.K()RGK! by Virgil Partcli 


NOTICS TO lasDttoaa 
U IS* MalUr tt IS« CatoU aT aSNaT 


CCF or labor 

NoncB ta HOiBaT oivek uai . ^ 
crfOiton AM AtiiAt* NAvtM ciaiau Keep the rNev 

witot (M AMvf Atawd |he doctrinaire sociali.sm 

Sacaiiaii AiA aetANy rAavirAd u aaM. 1. a. 

uiAtA tA ibA ttndmtinAd aoiieuori with whlch the CCF l.s Identb 

lAr tbA AdmlAUtrAtAr wllii thr WUl 
AniwiAd Al lultA in. «lt V»A« atrfAt 

VtctActA. ac, bAfATA tbA iMh dAy kKSPRCTABIIJTY 

At KaVAOIAAI. \m AflAf «htcb dAlA i/AAAIi. 

UiA AAnmutrAior vttii ina WUl aa- \fr Youns B Dolith'Bl sc'ience 

l*A*Ad will diAtrttallA tbA MUd AAUtA ' . Af 

AAiAAc «be pAnk* AstiUAd ibArtiAi teacher af the universit> oi 
Sj”thU”^A5k?* •* Manitoba before coming to 
DAT» iiM Ilia 4Ay A( OAtAbAr.'To r on t o for post graduate 
..AA- work, said he expe<*ts.the new 

^ left wing alignment will have 

of„«n .ur. of ^ 
.for those oppoaed 



speclabillty' 
to outright »oclaIlsm. 

“I would expect the 


Nonra to raaaiToas 

BK: rsTATE Of (aiUiLom mj viould expect the new 

rSTMABINt LOOUA ALkXANMa * 

Nonet la iiaaaaY oivbn inai RfO'tP^tig to ^ more to the 
AtAdtiArt AAd AibAri naviac ciAiAu risht than the CCF lias been, 

ApAlAAt tht blAlA At CBArlAtU CaU»> ' * , . 

ArtAA Laaua AkKAABAr. Sa c aaaa*. IaIa HP saKl. 

•r TkMrlA. a.C. Art NATAby rtstlrtd'loul'C 
lA Mwa iNm lA iNt AodArtwaAd i?v^t «. 

?*w*sar Vc'."L 2 ;:".T".«“'r/ Howevrr. former Rhod« 
Al NAVABbAr. last. AitAr Alika SAtAjpoholar said the diatinetton be* 
ta# aiAtwiAT WUl autribdiA la# *ka vah- Partv's oro- 

EtlAtt AAMAg IBA pArtkA tAlHlAd tWPCn thP MeW rBClJA PM* 

UkrttA. aAviAf rAftrd Aaly ia isaIivumI olatform and socialism 

AlAIAU Al Whka tt llMA hAA AAltAA. | 1 « - . • 1 v ftHA of 

DaVwd iBa lliB toy Al OtlAbtr. 1 t^lght be 1 B f f 1Y 

isto I semantics. t 

Twa aoTAL Twowr < He said that people who are; 

MeturAA a MtiatyrA, i liberals can do very Httlb toj 

chanfo Ihf rourso of Iho 
lorManl Ub*ral party. 

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OAK BAY I impaired drtvinf, licence lua- 

do iomethin* to Influence the Norman David laherwood, 

Neu STrly," he added. |CavendU.h, pawlnf atop aign. c„„*old, carele-i drlv 

---; Ing, *50 and licence aua- 

NOTIca TO caaatToaa j John Douglai Caiey, pended. 

waiTaa anxiB. aacauiB Iwollaalon. exceeding 30. *20 Brian Gordon Fletcher, 3144 

«SSill'. """" au.<pended. Mara, carelaaa driving. *60 and 

IBt buit Al waiwc ' Ronald Leslie Cook, 1908' licence suspended. - 

fi? btotoir* S51St?'to‘ J!I?*ii^ tot Birch, no llghU on rear plate, Olive Louise cA^n. 1754 
St wo'm *,?*" ?.■— i «10. L»». vlotatlng reatriction af 

Si i«a M .(■ •'S'l Edgar Henry Pugh. 3920 driver’s licence by driving car 

ar!L'^«‘£u?T,21."wptiniu^rty. pax-dni ted ««ht. | with ri*"<tard «Mrahifl^»ia 
•Atnkd iBtttM. BAvtat rtfArd toty Donald Sanford, HMCS Na- 

Edward Kay. 1769 Klng'.lden. no Inaurance. *25 

- Road, careleaa driving, *40. , Ronald George Vincent. 

Jame* FUher. 1280 Hewlett. HMCS Naden, no Inaurance, 
opening drlver a door when *25; driving with learnerta per 
unsafe to do ao, with accldeni "lit. not accompanied by H 
resulting *20 cenced adult. *20; inadequate 

I Robert’ Montgomery , 4967 emergency brakes, *15 
Cordova Bay Road, exceeding Ronald George DuTemple, 
130 gjo. Garnett. inadequate 

'emergenry brakes, *15. 

Dorothy Art«menko, 7 Lo- 


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CAR AUCTION 


SAT. 10 A.M. 


ON VIEW TODAYp 
FRIDAY—9 A.M.-9 PJL 

Al fbrmer Garage and Mliew- 
room of Gladweli Motori, 
Pandora al Quadra. 


TaI. EV S-1S21 


Same o( the cars to be offered 
lor public auction this week, 
more coming in all the tima— 

1M7 DODGE SEDAN 

Automatic. One owner. 

*51 METEOR SEDAN 
'57 RAMBLER SEDAN 
'M CHEV SEDAN 
’M MINOR SEDAN 
’S« AUSTIN 
•55 PLYMOITH 
SI'BURBAN V-8 
'M VOLKSWAGEN 
DE LirXE 
One owner 
•53 PONTIAC 
•so CHEV-’SA CHEV 
’.W METEOR 
•.V) Al'STIN • ’5A AUSTIN 
Mi>re romlag la all Ibe ttaw. 

Cara are examined. 

Y’nu may teal dfivw 
plasaee arranged on approved 
eredlL !•% dowa at aucMoa 
or eaah. 

For InfiwmaUaa pboiie 
Car Anrtkni RV AlStI, or 

MAYNARD’S 

Handed AacUoneeni 
KVIdni and KV4.|«1 


Eczema 


LUNDS 

SATURDAY 

AUCTION 

9.15 A.M. 

REPOSSESSED CARS 

1953 AUSTIN 
SOMER.SKT SEDAN 
(Motor reborr and valve grind) 

1952 M.G. 

SPORTS ROADSTER > 

1950 PLYMOUTH 
4-DOOR SEDAN 

1949 MONARCH 
4-DOOR SEDAN 
14 good tires) 

View natll mla Nme. 9.1* am 
Oaod Ha eaada r y 

FURNISNIN6S 
APPUANOES • RU6S 

For Tbo YarluMre A Csaadiaa 
Triad Ud. to door an estate 
and lor other eUenta and own- 

era. 

“AIR TEMP” 
on. FURNACE 

Boy’. IJipeed BIryrIe, Girl’. 
BIncle, large Boat Oi 
(16'x40’), expenxive TV 
teaaa. ir and *1' 


CITY 


Stanley Donald Medler. 1555. 


tux. falling to yield rlghtaf- 



, • al J 4 V4M. 4®4ai r. M " “ ^ axa . .g,. * * 

Monterey, earlier fined ^vay to pedeairtan In croaawaJk, 

sao. 

'Hook’ Arrested 
In Killing Probe 

NEW YORK (I'PD--Oxtro 
aupportrr Franeixeo (The 
Hook) Molina. 28. wanted In 
the killing of a nine-yearoid 
Venezuelan girl Sept. 21 dur¬ 
ing a fight between pro and 
antICaxIro Cubans, wax tr- 
rratrd Friday. 

Molina, who lost hla right 
hand and used a metal hook, 
wore a piaatic hand Instead af 
the hook. 


BIrycle, large Boat Oaavaa 

lIC'xeAm fV AB* 

TV Hein, 
lot of AriiatH’ Paint BniaheH 
and Equipment, ‘‘EaalMsel,’* 
etc. 

Collection of 


OH PaluHugs 
and Water Caters 

China. Glau. Oriental Carpets 
and Runners. 

7 RKFRIGKRATORM 
APARTMKNT HIZE 
GAS AND Mal'XTRIC 
RANGES 

Electric Waahing Machin^ii. 
Doors. Garden Toola. 14 
Tnanka. Living. Dinette and 
Bedroom FumTihlnga. 


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"CAPITAL" 

SAVING 

★ 

ALUMINUM 

PAINT 

$050 

W Gilloa 

$1.10 Pbr Qt 


Oy»R • $.B. to • yto. 

M*»toy iBpMffb ••iRPtoy 
Itoa *t frm earbtoc 
SbUbImUmi OtofARleto to 
f«to BMvy tBatotHMy f*fH»to4 


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Sale 

Price 


i99 


$1 down, $5 monthly 


Fnhrir: an outer ahell of wool and caahmere blend, 
with orkMi pile lining through the cheat and 
ihouldera for warmth and comfort. 

Style; let-ln aleevea with balmacaan collar, roomy 
patch pockets and sleeve tabs. 

Colon: charcoal, beige, grey and camel 

Shea; 36 to 46. 


ir Car Coats With Warmth Without 
Weight **Cela-Ch)u<r Lining 
and Smart Poplin Shell 


Sale 

Price 


99 


Oaly 55 down, 55 monthly 

Fabrir: a fine cotton poplin ihell, double thicknesa 
at the ahouWera with the new “Cela-cloud” 
lining. 

Style: new fkiating shoulder style for a comfort¬ 
able and good looking fit—with or without a 
iporta jacket. 

Colon: beige, green and antelofie. 

Siaes; 36 to 46. 


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CARDENS 



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Tii8r8'8 no nood lor roufti, mo^ 
lod boWy jormontt — not whon 
you uoo ZtM. WooNon gormonCi 
won’t thrinfc or mot ond oN of 
boby’8 hnkwoof. wool. Orton ot 
■on-ton, wW 8toy softor. bo 
ctoonor tor boby't tondor thin, 
wosh oftor woob N you U 80 ZERO. 
Uoo tho wolor tomporoturo you 
profor — oool. lopid or Urhontorm 
~ youl got tho 80 mo wondorl u t 
ro8utt8 wHh now ZERO. Fo» ; 
gro«tOft oconom y buy tho lorgo ; 
8ico you*! 8000 201 or moro. | 
Got yourt todoy In tho pockogb | 
wkh tho big rod **Z”. 


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Jersey Sheath Dress 



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8f people who had auffered from 
Krsema and other skhi troublea have 
found relief thanka to the lemarkahle 
development by Swim rheraiat*. 

Bioee theee rhemhita were aUe to procioa 
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treat with ■peceii many af the moot 
ohatinate raoee of Reaerea. Leg Ukera, 
Yumneukaia (boib) aa well as Infantile 
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CLOSE-OUT 

SALE 

We Are Going Out of Businese 

All stock of sewing mBchincs, notions, 
fixtures, etc., must be sold this week. 
By B fraction of cost 

Elna Sewing Centre 

705 JOHNSON STREET 



Rmdy to go "w is" ar 
glamorlzad ' wi(h your 
lavoritc arraaaorln . , , 
In nulu jersay that Jua- 
tlflaa th* gxthfrad rum- 
barbund. largv portrait 
collar, three. quarter 
length alcevet, apd atlm, 
alim akin! The kind ot 
dma you ran put right 
on and wtar. practically 
avorywhera. In daytlma 
and evening printa and 
aoUd ahadea . . , ahadea 
of aqua. I^ge. purple, 
green and blue to com¬ 
pliment yon. the "taah- 
lonoonarioua miaa.* 

Mset 11-17 



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Sweaters for Men and W omen 


He BAY 
brings you 

Modem 

Europe 



Saturday 
9 a.m. Special 

0* nalr tw I hour or 
wUI^ qiuuilitiM Unt 
Faruomsi fthopptnc Only 


300 Only! Shop Early! 

Grade A Fowl ib. 

t Ia 4 Ihn. IJmH of t per ntnlomAr 

Hl’DSON'K BAY C'OMPANY, frorolorU. lowrr main 


'V'54 


Our buyen have been 
searching the markets 
for the past U months 
to bring y-ou merchan 
dlae that represents 
the New and KteMlBf 
things that are hap¬ 
pening In Modem Eur¬ 
ope. visit the depart 
ments. from lower 
main to fourth floor, 
where you'll aee the 
colorful Modem Ear 

X symbtd and dis 


Saturday, Oct IS ^ 
Olyaipic Roob 
L uncbcM Special 

from Oemmay 
Sauerbraten und 
Kartoffelkloesso ' 
mlt Blumenkohl 
und Broetrhen 
Griesflammerle und 
Hlmbeersaft und 
Kaffee 

MtrlBSMS'aMf anS 

DWS NBSI 

Caalinower ia Creaa 

naU aaS autMr 
Creaa at WlMat euMInf 


For Women: Sweaten knitted with lovlnt car* — and a jreat 

leellni lor whafa n«* and taauUhil. H*rt art thoaa authentic European 
knit iweateri you've alwayi admired, alway* wanted. See the eye catching 
color combinations, the novelty design*, th* gorgeous wools and mohair* — 
the truly commendabi* workmanship at th* Bay now. 


FroB DewMrk 

TOe Ban af BvaaMt yaa'S 
npeat la ••• an ite Wi 
•laea* al Sniaos^umtas 
navy aa« aSMa aamSiaatlao 

al TtniMl Mrlsaa. aanS- 
katt la atSM 3^* 


FroB Autria 

mrry ■aOeft. autpatf Oart* 
wtiUy. la aa •'m un ” 
•ffaet. al aalan. iiaikHiai 
viu $nj aoS aktia. lU ifai 
tr« rafisn atm; aaOar la 
kaei amali hauarr Oatat 
Ola« M la as. 


•25 


Frea ABatria 

iparUr sB aTar e fc a ak aS. 
Aa Assraaora la^; Um 
cnaaTa asm. VMu a»* 
ImO iwma iba mnartaa 
aia« aalUr Atoa la 
aaS warn, kaava aoS *biu 

16»‘ 


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l.is 


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Imported Sweaters for Men 


Pram Waatan 
Icathar fronts; 


Pram B wtta er land — Swaatara that 
arc all-aroai. or leather and wool, in 
uniquely fashioned 49** 

Prom Eiwlnn*—Th* finest work¬ 
manship Kitaln can offar, expreaa- 
ed In beautifully f f aa OQM 
loomed woolens. 11 to smY 

I Germany—Cardigans and pullovers fashtonad with pttant 

tiaava and back of fine woollen knits. •45 and •49" 


Pram Ualy—AU-wool, In smart Con¬ 
tinental styling. Indlvkhta] touche* 
for fupnm* 10M OQ** 

Battery. Im to mlr 

Pram Denmark—Hand-knitted tU 
aweaiera—rugged, warn, handsoim 

design*. 



Coats for the 
Younger Crowd 

lllnstrated v 

"Laaie” styles a coat that walks proudly into 
winter ... a coat that's always on the move, sel¬ 
dom In the closet (because It's usually on) ... a 
coat that spells fashion, and emphasizes It with 
catchy detailing that puts you In a class all your 
own! 

Face-framing collar, magnified to state its flat- 
tery clearly, tops the double-breasted front (note 
the large bone buttons). Sleeves are tapered, 
pockets patched. 


i95 


$5 Down, $9 Moiitkiy 


Sdd Otker LlfgK CoaIs xn lined and Interlined fop 
cool dayi ahead. Color* are black, taupe, red. eage and camel, 
in Junior sizs* 5 to 11 


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Shop from the BAY’S Large 
Selection of Work Clothes 

CottDB FUaDel Work SUrts- A gay assortment of colorful plaids, 
with blues, greens or reds predominating—thadt* that ^00 A OS 

.n tlma / it 

to IT. A. to ^ 


green* 

vroni show the dirt aa lighter one* would! Whan 
to wash comas, thtn's no problem at afl. Sizes MH 


Cotton Twill Skirts -For sbiru that last, are comfecUbl* aa they need 


te be. there's nodUns Ilk* twUL And It washes wondar- 
luUy well, cornea In shade* of giacn, khaki, gray, and 


bhi*. In lias 14H to IT. 


3“»4‘ 


Dirablc Work Pants —By GWG. In hard-wearing drill that's 
vat dyed to guarantee last color, wsshabillty. 

»to 44 V - ' 


Sizes: 


I wktot 


Husky Sateen Khaki 
Pant* 

30 Grey Double Duty 
Drill 

Red Strap Overall 
(zipper and buttoni 


Coverall* In danba t?** 

(zippar and buttM) 4 

Cowboy Kings COS 

(zipper end button) v 

HUDSON-S BAY COMPANY, 

aMB's wear, aato 



Men’s Work Boots and Shoes 

'nwee boots arc built to wrar-and wear they wU; the i«ppert art of tahcled 
quality leathers, the sole* tough and durabto. Choeac tha beat that best bolts 
gour need-from high or knv cut models. aB with a laega variety af ablet 
tram which to pick, crafted by such famous atokert i* Grab. Hydra. Dayton. 
Gorilla by H. H. Bbown. and William*. In size* t to IX 



Ckoosc froB tkc FoHowiaf: 

I Gorilla Work Shsaa, in brown and 
I black, with Neoprene KT 


in brawn and 

11 " 


Grab Water BepaHsal Basto, lined 
for ease In putting aa, warmth of 
weor, with vulcanMd 


16* 


Gorlllo Work Boi 
blark. with cork' 
solea. 


, In brawn 

:bcr sole* 


Hydro Work Baata, With brown oil 
tanned upper, groeord 11** 

sole*. 11 

Gorilla Sterl-Ts* Baata. In b Q** 

bUuic, with grorard tolas. lO 

WtlUaim PoHce BoegB. In bhiek. 
feature plain toe, leather 1Q*^ 

s e i s e , rubber hccla. Id 

Hydro lorc-to-Tae Boots, r boot 
ha* eU-Untted uppers, 1 4 SB 

I gto-ooid sal**. Iw 


Doytoo Heavy Doty 

otl tan, with leair 
attd htcis. 

Hydro Hl-Cat Baato tai brown oU- 
tan, with leather soles -f Q*S 
and haelB. lO 

Grab BiCat Wstor-DepaHaat Baeto. 
lined tor comfort, feature Ml 
vulcanized sola*. ml 

Oaytoa Hsid-Taa V Basto. feature 
od-ton tap*. Itattaer aolm 01 *S 
, aod heals. (jl 

Daytoa Loggar*' Cratser, a Ught 
* boot, KT mgh for cemfe^bie pro- 
Isctton. HUb folly caulkad ACrs 
Uktbar sa les and heap wv 


HUDBONVBA IVOHPANT, I 


SALE! 

Boys’ Suburban Coats 

Nylaa's tha tblag—arber* roato far ’■ays are can- 
taeaad. lYa darsbl*. Iraa to d to reelel rato, make* 
a draasy, Mtsagh praetiral east that aaiaree a 
warn^ coaifsrtabir artoler la store far YOUB bay. 
Eztrs aasaraara; the longer teogth. the alarm 
caffs. Coam wMb *r allbo al hood, wtth kaHled 
er self coUaes. Yet aao tb er boaa to be foand P 
the fact that they're w a e ha hle — easy to keep 
■mart Isaktog—alwaya! Ala* la wosl, la ptotas 
*r asvelly h reede. Ca ls ri la- ^ /%00 
ftadt aavy, grey sad Mar, la | '§77 
atoas • to IA 


Warm Wmter Coats 

The Bay aow bat a wWe selectloa of warm, 
■ hm ir r-y-"—* raats far boys, Ibst wHI tok* 
aS the hard wear yoa'd expert, wttheat s k i ai ag 
H. Sea the a ewr a t alytas and calsri. to wtod- 
brealmr sad lb* Isa gi e l i a glk typaa, to ttoas 4 to 
IA a price raage to salt 


Pram 

■UOflOIirB BAY COMPANY, 


6“. 23‘ 


Flattery Afoot 
for Teeners 

pair 

Go—go—go. In flatties from the Bay’a aid# 
and wonderful selection, in a variety of styles 
and shades too numerous to mention! Thera 
are suedes and leathers; doe-soft (kind to 
active feet); pretty as you like! There are 
plain and simple ones—gay and glittered 
ones. Choose your favorites white the price 
is geared to young budgets! 


Also sec our wide range of little heals, dressy 
enough for dates, comfortable enough for 
slippers! At 7.9B to 9.8S 

HUDHONW BAY COMPANY, t to IS shop, 
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No. 26a-102nd YEAR 


VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1960 


M CtNTf •AILl 
14 cum BintDAT 


28 PACES 


$1,000,000 Plan I Typhoon 
To Improve 

Island Fishing 


By ALEC MERRINAN 
The federal fisherie* department 


000 improvement program on Big 


plar 

Qua 


lana a 
licum 


$ 1 , 000 ,- 

River 


Kills 32 

MANILA (Uri)— TypiMMM 
Lola headai for Ilia C’Waaaa 
mainland yratrrday, Wivtnf 
bahlnd al laaat St dead and 
morn Mian itd.MdAM In 
dam ago ttironcliont tlio 
PMlIppInm. Moat of tho 
otorm’o vlftiRio diod by 
drownlnf. 

Typhoon KH 


Faces Debate Next Week 


and Lola took a total of 181 

which could eventually aee that river aupport 1,000,000 ive*. 

•pawTiing flah each year. -: 

An Immediate start laj 
planned on the nrst project' 
of Its kind anywhere In the I 
world and will undoubtedly be! 
the forerunner of other de-' 
vetopments aimed at brtnginci 
hack to normal and Increasing 
B.C.'s salmon fishing Industry. 

BVKN HKSK . 

First benefits from the pi«- 
gram should be evidenced In 
the fkU of l«62 and should be 
fell by both sport and com¬ 
mercial fishermen through 
Improved fishing In the fttralt 
of Georgia, Johnstone Strait. 

Campbell River area and to a 
leaser degree Juan do Fuca 
Strait off Victoria. 

Stdhead and trout fishing 
will also be Improved In the 
Big Qualicum River and the 
department plans a road along 
the banks the full length of 
the Big Qualicum. 

FVIX LENGTH 

Although not designed spec¬ 
ifically for the purpose, the 
road will give anglers access 
to the full length of the six ts 
seven-mile Big Qualicum. 

The fisheries department Is 
already negotiating to buy all 
the proper t y fronted by the 
liver. 

Project sdll control spawn¬ 
ing and rearlag conditions on 
the Big Qualicum River by 
strict control of river flows 
and temperatures. 

BBCOND PHASE 

A second phase of the pro¬ 
gram, not Included In the more 
than tl.fXXMXX) cost eatlraated 
by Rod Hourston, ftaberieB 
director for the Padfle area, 
would Indude tmprovement at 
the sdual riverbed by creat¬ 
ing more Ideal spawning areas 
through the srashing and grad¬ 
ing of gravel ami the building 
of new channels. 

Major construction Is sched- 
nled to start next spring. If 
OtMwa votas the necessary 
funds. 

EABTHniX DAM 

This Indudes a 30-foot 
aarthflU dam at Home Lake 
outlet to the river and an tl4- 
foot, 2,000-loat long hor s e sh oe' 
type tunnel, which would by 
pas* the dam, making It pos¬ 
sible to draw water fr 
Home Lake. 

The tunnel will take off 70 
feet below the present levd of 

Coutioued aa Page 3 


Plan for Controlled Disarming 
Placed Before UN by West 



$50,000 


Chinatown’s Lion Lured from Den 


^Best^ 

Art 

Stolen 



VANCXJUVER (CP) — 

Two dozen oil paintinggi 
worth an estlinated $50,-' 

000 were atolen during 
Thursday night from a pri¬ 
vate art gallery In south- 
end Vancouver, It was (Us- 
doaed yesterday. | 

Police said they susped pro- ‘ 
tesslonal art thieves- Only the | 
best works were taken from an { 
exhibition of 13th • century | 
originals from Britain and the] 

Continent. ‘ 

The Alex Fraser gallery had • vigorous approach in 
obtained them from the H. R. ' dlsarmamenL 

Cresner galleries of St. James —- 

Palace in London. Their exhi¬ 
bition and sale started Od. 1 
and era* to dose next Tuesday. 

WORTH gMjaa 
Herbert Ciaaner of the H. R. 

Cs aene r gaUarias said on* of 
the ctalen paintings—a large 
ssaa e spe by C Napier Heroy— 
was worth more than $30.M. 

It was the third major art 
theft here within the last yaar. 


Assembly Placid 
After K Departs 


UNITED NATIONS (UPI)—The Western 
powm last night put their own disarmament 
plan before the General Assembly's political 
committee and urged expert study of ways 
and means to carry it out. 

The W-nstlon political com-i 


"final goal" of a disarmament 
program "under effective In¬ 
ternational control” should be: 

• Reduction of all na¬ 
tional armed force* and arma¬ 
ments to levels required lor 
Internal security and for the 
provlaion of agreed contliv 


mittee was expected to start 
debate on disarmament next 
weak. The Assembly voted on 
Tliursday to send Nikita 
Krushchev's "general and com¬ 
plete" disarmament proposal 
to the committee, rather than 
debate It on the floor of the 
Rninh fftP rhinn parilament. and handedj^enU to an Intematkmsl po- 
Dumu lor Vanina on* of W* mo*t;uce force within th* United 

stinging defeats In the vote. | Nations. 

: With Krushchev back In | • Ellmlnstion of the means 

Moscow, th* ssaambly re- of delivery of all weapons of 
turned to a more placid pat- mas* destruction- 
I tern yesterday slthMgh Ri^ • QlmlnstlonofaUweap- 
,*i** pj^^tlon of the coldlon* of mass dastructlolC 
I war still dominated It* deUb- 0 , 0 ,^. chemical and bac- 


Nobel Prixe-winning aden- 
tlat Dr. Linus Pauling said 
yesterday Communist China 
will join the "nuclear club" 
by testing a small nuclear 
weapon next year "and 
bigger one* will com* 
quickly after that" He urged 


eratlons. 
j Britain, 
land Italy 


th* 


United State* 
that th* 


War of Nerves 

* 

Aimed at Base 


The University of British I _ _ 

Columbia art gallery lost 340.-1 UNITED NATIONS (UPI)| Th* U5. sent 
000 arorih of paintings and I —The U-8. alerted the UN Fri- aUtement to Secretary-Gen- 
they were never located, day that Cuba ha* opened a eral Dag HammarskjoMimlllaa 
Twenty-two paintings worth war of nerves against the U.S. I answering Fidel Castro's mar*- i resolution calUng for creation 
310.000 Uken from th* Van-; naval base at Guantanamo, thon assembly speech against; of an expert committee on dls- 
couver art gallery fat January, and seems Intent on provoking the UjS. and said the Cuban! armament Inspection and con- 


teriologlcal. 

• Use of outer space tor 
peaceful purposes only. 

• Establishment of effec¬ 
tive means lor vaiiflcatlon of 
the observance of disarma¬ 
ment obligations and lor th* 
maintcnaiKe pi peace. 

• Achievement of a secure, 
fra* and open world. In which 
all peoples are protected from 
the danger of surprise attack 
or the outbreak of war by 
miscalculation. 

In addition. Britain, earry- 
. enn..».,i through a proposal out- 

a 9JM0-wotd ^ assembly by 

Prime Minister Harold Mae- 
submltted another 


were later found. 


an Incident there. 


After two yean of hibernating, Vic¬ 
toria Chinatown’s lion will dance 
during the annual lAntem Festival 
to be held In the Sirboco Club Thurs¬ 
day. Tempting the Don from his den 


adth his favorite delicacy—(Thineae 
cabbage-^re Jane Lang, left, Mrs. 
Vivian Eng and Victoria Chinatown 
Lions Chib president. Jade Tang. 
—(E>ic Joe phota) 


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f 

4 . 



Barrette 

Blasts 

Party 


ANTONIO BARRETTE 


Bomarc Flies 
345 Miles 


JOUIETTE. Que. (CPI—An 
tonio Barrette, who resigned 
last month as leader of the 
Union National* party, mid 
rriday night he had been' 
forced to take th* party lead- 
erehtp and then forced to re¬ 
sign. 

He lashed out verbally at 
three major figures in th* 
party, treasurer Gerald Mar¬ 
tinet chief organiser J. D. 

Begin end legialatlv* council¬ 
lor Jean Barrette, no relation. 

Mr. Barrette said he had 
been led to believe that every¬ 
thing was In readtnesa lor th* 

June 23 election but this was Roger Vukovlch! 
grove mistake. I withdrawn only 


Ottawa Ready to End 
Its TaxJRental Plan 

TORONTO (CP)—The Olohe aad MaU layt 
the federal govenuHent win prohaMy press for 
sa ead to the eaWtag tox-reatal system whea the 
prseat five-year agreements wHh the proviaoea ead* 
is Marrh, IMt. ' 

The aewspaper, hi aa Ottawe story, says such 
aettoa wooM eenipd all proviaeet at least to im¬ 
pose their owB laeomr, eorporatiea aad estate 
taxes evea If Ottawa eoatiaaes to ooilect them as 
aa ageaL ' 


moves could result only In in-{trol systems. It would have 
citing Cuban cltlaens against the assembly recommerxl that; 

APPOINT EXPEBTR 

•me itatement denied one- Technical' experts, acien- 
toon* the ^ge* Castro I, me. mliltary and admlnlstra- 
nung St the U5. and accused , uvj ^ sppoinled with th* 


Castro of stifling hi* nation's 
economy by engnging In bar¬ 
ter agreements with Commu¬ 
nist China and th* Soviet 
Union which were "politically" 
motivated. 


WASHINGTON ICP) — Th* 
BomirC'B antioircralt missll* 


flight 343 mile* - Friday. 

The successful lest — sixth 
since lest April — cam* ]usl 
two days after the air force 
gave formal approval to 
volume production of the ml*, 
ail*, (^nada is to gel two 
squsdroiu next year. 


Mother Slain to Test 
Link Beyond Grave 


Kremlin Greets 
Bubbling Nikita 

MOSCOW (Reuters) —| _ 

Nikita Khrushchev returned! 

home from the United NatioiM o • 1 

Friday bubbling aver with Oni tirmS SclZeA 
good humor and lavish em-'- 
brace* for his Coramunlat 
party colleagues. 

The burly Soviet premier 
smothered members of th* 

Communist party presidium In 
giant bearhugs and klssei as 
they clustered around him on 
the airport runway. 

There was no trace of the 
many angry blasts that 

marked his UN spcsches as! _ 

he shoek hand* warmly with' HAVANA (Rputers)—Tlie government of 
American Awh a s aador Llewei., Castro Friday natkMMllzed 3R2 companiet and all but 

lyn Thompaan and told him: hanks _the Rnval Rank of Canada and »ka InaUgated bloody 

"I didn't forget you while li**^ bank* Ihg Royal Bank of Canada and the Bank race rlou last spring against 

was away.” ■ Nova S(»tia. 1 hit country's apartheid policy 

Th* natlonaltiation laws'***" International and Sher. lor the aeparaUon ol white* 


Canadian Bankers 
Escape Cuban Crab 


minimum of delay with In- 
etructloiu to submit a progre aa 
report to the United Natioiw 
Dtearmament Commie alon 
i within six months on the lys- 
terns of Inspection and control 
—their capsbiUtlc* and limi¬ 
ts 11 o n s — which would be 
eftecilve and fair to all 
concerned in relation to . . . 
disarmament." 

Weatern source* said the 
propoaala were the reeull -)| 
months of work by disarm¬ 
ament expert* and were not 
intended to counter the resolu¬ 
tion put forward to the as¬ 
sembly to Khrushchev him¬ 
self. 

INmCATED HIOTH 
Earner South African Exter. 
Fidel, (“I Affair* Minister Eric Louw 


WOHKERS HIDE 
More than LOOO 
workers were transported to 
(he airport in trucks and buses 
to provide a warm welcome 
for the Russian leader, who 
lias been away 35 days. 


TA(X)MA. 


(API —.had In his possession ■ paper- 


As Khrushchev arrived 
home. West European 


„ _ . . . . ___ __ iwtn Williams Co. of Cuba. 

Moscow were adopted at a cabtnel meet 1 castro wlU address 

Ing that continued In perm*..(he nation today to explain why 
iieni session, causing apacula- 
tion that more nsUonalliatien 
laws rould he expected 
R'HY CANADA? 

known Imme- 


Wash. 

30. a quiet,'back book. "Mediums and Sur-j papers summed up his stay 
He Uid Ik. .T ' .**’“'* **” *'** “fiwd *1 til* United NaUotis a* a , 

seemed to live In a super sUtement that he had just I blustering propaganda drtn*''•••• • apokesmsn for the 
1 ."1. '* natural world ol hi* own. was finished a chapter Involving i that gave little hope for any "«Jr*l Bank said It might be 

the leadership ol the party, ^charged in justice court Fri- me question, "can mortals easing ol th* ooM war Ui* Cuban gov- 

e-weeu..* ii. k.....! , J P®*"’ Ody wIth th* flrstdegT** muT . msk* CDOtsct sfler d**ih7" , The London DaUy Teiegranh opPOsTti only "> 

completed Ms longest '«» I have shvays been slrstd of der ol hi* 57.y«irold widowed! This was .a experinwnt referred to hto '^iri.h to!''-S- <*plt.l having a stake in 

power. laM Mr. Barretle. mother I he hoped to make after hla! havlor" al the UN and thai'b*‘•'’“"•ry. 

Tliursd^ aftemoM he m^er's death. Vukovich said'London Dally Expreia said thei Ihformed sourcca said the 

sleepingl West had allowed Mm toi(wo Canadlsn banks *r* refus- 
-|Wuinan was hit On til* akaui''make propaganda at their itf to accept large deposits in 


and Negroes. 

Louw said Khrushchev had 
planned his 2Sday UN visit to 
III* nstionallxation laws were'take personal comnuind of th* 
adopted ' cold war and to seek to extend 

Offlcixl* Indicated many of | Soviet influence among th* 
the companies followed a i emergent rountrie* of Africa, 
policy “contrary to th* bi-j There was a general feeling 
It was not known Imme- '*'**•* "t* revolution” and,of relaxation and some relief 

(■lately why the Csnsdlan I”**”'“*"*^ that, as one diplomat said, 

bank* were exempted. In Mont "World War I is over." 


Hid Mr. Barretle. 

Mr. Barrette Mid Union Na- 

thmale had done good for signed a statement uying he' Ponce sal 
■"’i "*■' *• I*" again, had killed Mr*. Selma Vuko-I woman was 


"But this can com* about:vlch after trying unsuccess- with the bhint end of aiexpense" 
only If the parly ts reorgan- fully to hire out the slayiag haichef. rartiad from her bed! The Express reierred 
along democratic prin- to s close friend lor $1,000 and pushed down a steep! Khrushebev's .performance 

arrested, Vukovich. flight of bssement stairs. !"* farce." 


hopes of averting any nMa- 


Ized 

dpies 


When 


No Pay, No Vacation in 15 Years 


CAMELFORD. England 
(AP) — For 15 years Frrd- 
erick Jewell ka* labored on 
Wilfred Fandercock's farm 
without collecting a penny. In 
wage* He has had no vaca¬ 
tion* 

In return, he wu given his 
food and lodging, chMhing. an 


ounce of lohacro a week and 
his social aacurity ronlilbu- 
tion. 

But there was no lU-feelIng 
between Jewell and Fander- 
cock. The arrangement ap¬ 
parently suited everybody ex¬ 
cept the ministry ol agricul¬ 
ture. It summonsed tarmar 


Fandercodc for falling to pay 
his employe* tha legal mini¬ 
mum wage of IS (33X40) phis 
overtime. 

Fandercock. who pleaded 
tuUty. was lined 110 (328). 

According to figure* put 
forward by the inlnistsv’x 
lawyer, Arthur Bllgh. Fander- 
cock owed Jewell about 13,000 


(322.400) In back pay. But tha 
maglitrates rould only enforce 
payment for the last two 
year* 

They ordered Fandercock to 
pay Jewell, now SO. a lots] ol 
1332 (32319) arrears of wage* 
"ITLhave to mortgage th* 
farm to do K," hM Fander- 
cock. 

cock. ^ 


to sure* against them. 

“ FIBSM LHITED 

The nationaliaad companies 
include 105 Cuban-owned sugar 
mill* 47 commercial ware- 
l-ottsa* 11 coffee companies. 
U movie chains, eight rail, 
road*. 13 leading Cuban-owned 
department stores. SO textile 
lactories. six condensed milk 
rtetorie* 16 rioe plant* snd six 
Ix|uar factories, including the 
Ismou* Cuban-oiamed Bacardi 
company. 

DUPONT, SWIFT 
American companies taken 
over include Dupont Inter- 
American Chamical Co, Swift 
and Co., American Agricultural 
Cbamical, Pittsburgh Plate 


DonT Miss 


'State of War' 
Rhodetia Fear 
(Page 3) 

* * * 

Fritu Captured 
V.K, Chagrined 
(Post 7) 

* * * 

Dog Charge Start* 
Turk*' Death Trial 
(Phge 11) 

* * * 

'Old Dog*' Leonung 
Age4Iutting Trick* 
(Kordei, Page 17) 


ScoUuh Sect Blamed 
For Kipper Cutoff 
(Page 18) 
a * * 

Pag* 

■ridge . ts 

Camlcs . It 

Croasword .34 

Plaaarlal News . 3 

Oardm Note* _ U 

Badte Frograai a 31 

Social .14. IS 

Sport . S, 3 

Teievialaa .. 33 

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SECOND NEWS SECTION 


VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1960 


PAGE THIRTEEN 


Teen-Age Drinking 

Will Home Sip 
Cut Curiosity? 


Institute 

Hears 

Student 

A Victoria Grade 12 
student suggested yester¬ 
day that parents should let 
their children have “a little i 
bit" of liquor in the home: 
"so they won’t do it out-| 
side.” I 

Heather Ttvonuon of St. i 
Ann's Academy, taking part 
111 a panel dtacuislon at an In¬ 
stitute on alcoholism at Royal 
JubUee HosplUI. said she 
thought teenagers who started 
drinking did so because 
"they're curious and want to 
know what It's like.” 

LET THEM KNOW 
”I don't think parents should 
)ust say Its forbidden, but let 
•hem know exactly what It la.” 
she said. 

After attending the Institute 
all day with Grade U repre- 
santatives temi iiBh-crsiiy- 
School and St. Louis College- 
student delegates sought from 
the public high schools were 
not present—Miss Thomson 
also thought Then ought to 
be more centres to help ako- 
holies.” 

ADULTS AGREE 
About 40 adults at the in- 
MItute. sponsored by the VIo 
toria branch of the Canadian 
Mental Health Association and 
directed by the Alcoholism 
Foundation of B.C. in coopera¬ 
tion with Greater Victoria 
health units, agreed. 


^Travel Lodge’ 
Planned in City 

Preliminary plans have been filed at city hall 
for a Sd-room, two-storey "Travel Lodge” between 
Douglas and Burnside near their intersection. 
Cost is estimated at S250.000 to AmOOO. 

Ptans incinde terraces, a swimming pool, a 
dining room and a Hcensed lounge facing on a 
psrfio, and a beverage room. 


Pay Increases ^Unjustified ’ 

Scurrah Solidly Backs 
Hold-Line Plea to Labor 




Four Years 

Given 

Mainlander 

Vancouver man Clarence 
William Kraft was sentenced 
to lour years in the provincial 
penitentiary when he appeared 
In Assize Court yasterday 
before Mr. Justice A. O. 
Madarlane. 

He had been convicted 
earlier by a 12-man Jury of 
breaking, entering and theft 
last March 12 at People's 
Credit Jewellers. 1104 Douglas. 


Victorian Aaron Anselm 
O’Brien, also convicted by a 
Jury of indsoent aasault on a 
young girl, was to have been 
sentenced, but Mr. Justice 
Madarlane wiahed more time 
to consider the case. O'Brien 
was remanded to Tuesday at 
10 a-m. * 


Broadside slide of car on left into 
oncoming car in background, on Es- 
quimalt Road last night, sent three 


men to hospital with minor Injuries. 
—(Colonist photo.) 


•k -k it 

Sidetcay$ Skid 


Broadside Crash 
Shakes Up Six 


JOHN MALONEY 

see 


One man was admitted to 
hospital and five others were 
cleared by doctors when a car 
skidded sideways Into the 
path of another on Eaqulmalt 
Road near the E A N under- 
IMLSS at 9J0 last night. 

In good condition at HMCS 
Naden Hospital with cuts and 
abrasions Is Pte. R. W. Morri¬ 
son. Work Point, a passenger 
in a convertible driven by 
Pte. Donald Winston Evans, 
Work Point. Evans was re¬ 
leased from Naden hospital 
after a checkup. 


Sent home after treatment 
at St Joseph's Hospital for 
multiple lacerations to the 
forehead was Philip Paul, 2S, 
West Saanich Road, a passen¬ 
ger, thrown into the wind¬ 
shield of a car driven by his 
nephew. Robert Paul. 19, of 
7314 West Saanich. The driver 
was not injured. 

Two hitch-hikers In the back 
scat of the convertible. Bob 
McLean. 700-bloek Cralg- 
flower, end Mike Banfleld, 642 
Cralgflower. were uninjured. 
The Paul car had Juat started 
again alter picking them up. 


Venture Pilot 
Given Wings 

Sub.-Lt M. r. ChurchUl, 1380 
Rockland, one of the first 
RCAP-trained pilots to gradu¬ 
ate under the Venture pro¬ 
gram. recently received his 
wings from Co imodore J. V. 
Brock, assistant chief of naval 
auff. 

Previously Venture pilots 
trained with the UJ. Navy. 


Police Keep Eye on All Exits 

Gunman Still at Large, 
Chief Warns City Shops 


The $40 armed holdup of a Prior, after owner John 
city grocery store Thursday Maloney was held up ^ a 
night remained an unaolved youth brandiahinf a plstoL 
case on the police files at press^ 
time this morning. 

Police were kseping an eys 
on all Vancouver Islartd ferry 
terminals following reports 
that a two-tone, 1966 or 1957 
car with California licence 


plates was seen leaving from 
the 'rent of the Busy Bee 
grocery store. Hillside and 


ess 

Stole owners and service sta¬ 
tion operators wore wamod by 
city Police Chief John Black- 
stock yesterday against keep¬ 
ing large sums of money on 
their business premises after 
dark. 

VIctaria could be In for one 
of the worst crime waves in 


many years this winter becanas 
of the unemplojnnent situation, 
he said. 

Homeowners were also urged 
to keep their houses locked and 
jiot to leave valuables about. 

Anyone seeing loiterers or 
prowlers after dark should call 
the police, he said. 

Vancouver Police Chief 
George Archer Issued a similar 
warning to Vancouver business 
operators. 


Capital Notebook 


By Peter Bruton 


Quietest Engine on Road 


ALL JIAND8 TO THE 
PUMPS: Colonist automobile 
editor g. T. Jones rushed fran¬ 
tically around yesterday taking 
care of all the deUiU of ac¬ 
cepting a new car—Insurance, 
payment, servicing — every¬ 
thing. Then he happily piled 
his wife and son Into it and 
whirled off around the city. 
He was abruptly reminded of 
one forgotten detail when the 
engine coughed and quit. Out 
of gas. 

a * a 

FORTUNE (XMKIE: The, 
fortune teller and mystic who I 
will be in attendance at the 
Victoria Chinatown Lions Club 
festival next week is named! 
l^ne. ' 


Note to City Imperialists: 
Treasure Isle Castro^s 


CUBA SL VICTORIA NO!:| 
Better be on the lookout fori 
the first sign of bearded! 
bandits In the Sierra del Sooke. I 
The Cuban Tourist Commls-j 
Sion, reorganized by one Fidel' 


Chstro, Informs us that the 
Isla de Pinos (The Isle of 
Pines: has for many years 
been advertising Itself as 
Treasure Island, a term ra- 
ccntly appropriated by our 
publicity bureau. 

It would certainly seem 
their point is well uken. 

The car ferry upon which 
one travels to the Uland, 35 
miles southwest of Cuba 
proper, is named Mv. Treaaure 
Island, the main resort is el 
Colony of Treesure Island, a 
leading ranch is the Rancho 
El Tesoro (Treasure Ranchi, 
and there's a Treasure Island 
Cun Club. 

Last, but not least, the Isla 
de Pinoe was Immortalized as 


Treasure Island by none other 
than Robert Louis Stevenson. 

Well, we haven't had our 
revolution yet anyway. 

* * * 

DAFFV DILLS: Coroe what 
may the Joycees will sUge 
another Easter egg hunt In 
Beacon Hill Park next year. 

But they've started planning 
the event already in order to 
foU the Bower pickers who 
last time devoted most of their 
efforts to swiping daffodils in¬ 
stead of seqrehing for eggs 

I ■* * * 

I GUIDING RAND: Uraten- 
'oal-Govensr Gearge Pearkee 
had a special word for Eduro- 
Roa Mlai s Cer LesRe P el ers o a 


at the sweaiing-ln ceremony 
at Government House. 

"So you're the man who will 
be in charge of educating my 
grandson,” said the lieutenant- 
governor. "I'm happy to say 
the little chap Is now asleep 
upstairs.” 

Elarlier, 14-monthsold An- 
^ thony. son of Vancouver law- 
lyer John Pearkee, had shat¬ 
tered the peace of Government 
House with several loud walls. 


LOUD SPEAKER: Stormy 
petrel BUI Scott U offering to 
be the first speaker when the 
open-air forums begin in Bea¬ 
con Hill Park. 

i This is his lutural right. 

I he says, because he was bom 
1 in London on George Wash¬ 
ington's birthday. 

I Many people feel the honor 
|of first man on the soap box 
. should go to a member of the 
, Socialist Party of Canada, 
' which, after all, thought up the 
idee and actively sold it to dly 
[oouncU. 


Murdoch Pessimistic 
<^hout Resolution 

Mayor Percy Scurrah will “vote with both 
hands,” he said yesterday, for a Saanich reso¬ 
lution urging labor to hold the line this year 
on wages. |- 

The resolution, passed after | 

Saanich council finance com- situation. He said, however, 
niittee discuosed the demand of \ that “little adjustments" might 
Greater Victoria teachers forj*>* »»rranted. 

I Speaking specifically of the 
U expected to c<><~ h.for. Greeter Victoria teachers' re- 


!BC£ Issue 


12-per-cent salary Increeae, 
coma before 
Greater Victoria intennunl- 
cipal committee next Friday. 


quest, he said. “We felt teach¬ 
ers had received an adequate 
increase last year, and there 


on the pro-' 


Of municipal leaders in the | shouldn't be any increase this 
area. Mayor Scurrah was the 
most vehement 
poeal. 

ABSOLUTELY OPPOSED 
"I sure will support it!” he 
said. “I'm absolutely opposed 
to any increeae this year for 
anybody, and particularly the 
teachers. I think Inc: eases 
would be unreasonable and un- 
tus tilled. 

"I intend to oppose to the 
utmost of my abUily any In¬ 
creases this year. The tax- 
psyers are paying all they can 
beer. 

'If It comes about, and there 
are Increaaes, the money ought 
to come from other source. We 
will have to have a broader 
tax baas of some kind. 

NOBLE GESTURE 
Reeve George Murdoch of 
Oak Bay wasn’t optimistic 
The Saanich resolution, he 
lid, “la a noMe gesture 11 we 
can get the unions to agree— 
but we haven’t been sucoassful 
so far.” 

He Indicated he will have 
more to say at the intermunl- 
flpal meeting: “I have my own 
opinions but don't want to 
Jump the gun. We like to work 
together on these things.” 

little adustmentk 

Reeve A. C Wurtele of 
Esquimau said hie personal 
opinion la that n would be 
unwise for teachers’ groups or 
labor unions to ask for 


MAYOR SCURRAH 
... ‘I sure will' 


C. L. “BUZZ” FRASER 


Seen 


Passing 

E- L. "Bose” PVaoer talking 
about furniture. (A real estate 
salesman, he lives at 361 
Lampoon with his wife. Nary. 
His favorite pastimes are 
water skiing and gardeningl 

- ■ • Freak MerrlfleM perform¬ 
ing hla magic tricks at the 
YWCA ... Shirley Peters driv¬ 
ing through Sidney... Charles 
Meggrldge helping a neighbor 
who forgot her door key . . . 
Mrs. Jons Kelly hard at work 
in her beauty shop . . . Rms 
Boweoti checfciiN a chimney 

- . . Jack Beadersaa giving a 
customer a helping hand . , . 
Jack Fisher selecting a roast 

- . - Gary TOylsr checking re- 
sulu on Oak Bey High School’s 
swimming gala . . . Bey Kerr 
making up for a bed bowling 
night with a good one ... Tad 
Pollard accepting a wedding 
invitation. 


Gty Airman 
Promoted 

Only RCAF pilot on the re¬ 
cently-completed Venture pro¬ 
gram pilots' course. PO Paul 
A. Phillips, son of Mrs. R. O. 
Phillips, 938 Claremont, was 
recently promoted to Hying 


In Busy Chemainus 

Historic Sawmill 
Invites Public 
To Open House 

CHEMAINUS—The general public will have the;ilavira'he^iig’a^i'it' 
opportunity to inspect one of the iargest sawtniiis In on meritb 
the work! Monday when MacMiiian k Bloedei, Poweii 
River Ltd. (Hiemainui Division holds “open house.” 

The giant sawmill lies been 


PUC 

Eyes 

Return 


The DC. Electric, freed by 
the Supreme Court of CenaiM 
to Increase Us rates st wlH 
within a “fair return” of 65 
per cent on Its operations, msy 
soon again be restricted. 

The Public UtUUics CommiS. 
Sion, which established the 6A- 
per-cent rate In 1952 and rs- 
affirmed it in 1958 but held 
It could take other factors Into 
consideration in ruling on B.C. 
Electric appltcations. has in. 
formed city council It now con¬ 
siders It necessary to rescind 
the fair-return ruling. 

NO DATE SET 

Dr. Henry F. Angus of Van¬ 
couver, chairman of the PUC, 
told the Colonist last night a 
hearing wtU be hdd but no 
date has yet been set. 

Asked why the PUC feels 
the fair-return ruUng should 
be rescinded. Dr. Angus sakL 
"I don't think I want to discuss 
s reason when we're going to 


enlarged many tiinea 
since the original water-power, 
ed mill began cutting lumber 
on the same site years before 
there was even a trail between 
Chemainus and Nanaimo. It 
wlU celebrate 100 years of 
sawmlUing in 1962. 

ANOTHKB CLAIM 
In addition to being one of 
the oldest sawmill operations 
In Canada, the Chemainus mill 
has another claim to lame. 

A young man who was later 
to become the giant of DC.'a 
lumber Industry worked here 
in the early 30s. R D Mac¬ 
Millan worked for the com¬ 
pany orhen it was Victoria 
Lumbar Manufacturing Co., 
and later, when he formed 
R R. MacMillan Export Co., 
purchased the Chemainus oper- 
•tlaa in 1947. 

FULLY nfTEGRATED 
Chemainus Division Is a 
lully-Integraled operation. In 
addition to the siwtnlll, there 
la a chipper plant, planer mill, 
wHwy ear loading shed and 
a IJXtO-foot aaaembly dock cap- 
able of teconmiodating two 
large dasps s a ships. 

With the sawmill as the 
attraction, Chemainus Is one 
of the busiest'ports on Van¬ 
couver Island. 

ABOUND WOBLO 
An average of 250 deep sea 
vessels call every year, loading 
more than 200,0001X10 board 
feet of lumber for markets 
around the world. 

Chemainus Division's log¬ 
ging operations at Copper 
Canyon and Nanaimo Lakes 
providet logs for the sawmill 
and the mill Itself cuts more 
than 900,000 feet of lumber a 
day, enough to build 40 homes. 

UTTLB WA8TB 
Thera Is very little waste 
In the Chemainus operatioa 
What doesn't go Into the fln- 


Refreahments will be aerved 
in the pariah hall after each 
tour. 


Rescinding the ruling, say 
city legal officUls, would have 
the effect of obliging the DC 
Electric to take each propoaed 
electricity or transit rata 
change to the PUC on Iti 
merits. 


Around the Island 


Second Bylaw 
Indicated 
For Courtenay 

COURTENAY —A $760,000 sewer bylaw failed 
by 25 votes to reach the necessary 60 per cent majority 
yesterday but indications are that another plebiadte 
will be put to the ratepayers shortly. 


Total of 376 voted for the 
bylaw and 274 against. There 
were six spoiled bsUols. The 
vote drew s 44 per cent turn¬ 
out of rstepsyers. 

“T sm of course disappointed 
at the outcome.” said Mayor 
W. C Moore. "We worked 
very hard to come up with 
what we believed to be the best 
plan for the city at this time.” 

Mayor Moore added that he 
felt the Interpretation of the 
vote result was that the cltl- 
sens wanted a sewage system 
but that the plan presented 
was too large in scope. 

* ■ * * 

CAMPBELL RIVER — The 
Chamber of Commerce was 
tokt to concentrate on encour¬ 
aging secondary industries 
into this area and to work on 
combatting unemploymenL 

Incoming preoldent Wallace 
W. Baikie said there were 
numerous snags on the high¬ 
way from Campbell River to 
Courtenay as well as other 
Jobs whi^ could provide win¬ 
ter employment. 

Other officers Installed were: 


ished lumber product ends up ' ^ . 

M -hi,,. ih. ——h—Bevington, vioe-presi- 
as chips lor the »I q^nt: R. D. BartleU, secretary- 

treasurer; W. D. Bate, A. D. 


ICorker, 

George 


Clarence 

Lawrence. 


Hepple. 

Robert 


pulp min at Haitnac or as hog; 
fuel to produce power. 

The Chemainus sawmUl has 

another unique distinction. • . 

With lU giant head-rigs, it la | 

ih. ^iii I- nr- ——hi.'*™ "'in«r. Jim Smith. Mlsa 
OX prouUcinf bi^ tiinbors UMOd, 

In heavy c^tniction wor». j *•**"*"• J"®*®™. ^ 

189 WOBKEBS I LADYSMITH — Duncan 

Chemalnua DIvlaion. with ““ vlalUng team chal 

its sawmill and logging opera- ‘ the home team at 

tlona, employs more than 800 *®*«>®* •“<“ 

men and has an annual pay-! **** •>'**•'••<*001 

roB in cxceaa of $4J)00J100. 1 

Vlaltora Monday wUl be token | ?'*; ^}' 

on conducted tours of the en-i ?** ^^^Ibe awarded at a plantation 

^ opriratlpn from 1 to 4 P-m.« ’-» Oct. 21. 
Aa an added attraction they;'In Soanichton Agricultural 


Potta ha'nded him a two-month 
Jail term. , 

Just two years ago Snell 
aerved six months for driving 
while his Ucenoe was under 
court suspension. 


Other labuMl News 
lea Page 16 


CHEMAINUS — Howard 
Fred Clunk pleaded not 
guilty to a charge of pit-hunp- 
ing In court hen Thursday. 

It was not hjs father, Fred¬ 
erick Clunk, a former police¬ 
man. 

ana 

DUNCAN — A film of the 
1960 Brier, In which this city’s 
team represented the province, 
will be shown Tuesday night 
in the (%rllng Rink at 9J0 
pjn. It hi free. 

a a a 

PARKSVILLE — Tenders 
ore being called by the village 
of Parksville for the installa¬ 
tion of 760 feet of six-inch 
water main. 

TeiKlars will be received at 
the municipal office up to 5 
pm. next Thursday. 

a a a 

PARKSVILLE — A display 
o( the work of its members 
will be held by Parksville 
Camera Club st the community 
hal’ on Wednesday, Oct. 19 at 
8 p.m. 


Fair Trophies 
Presented Soon 

Trophiei and prizes won at 
the recent Soanichton Fair will 


will be aUe to see two deep- 
D taking on lumber. 


Victoria Soldier 
Wins UN Medal 


and Chemainus. aaanicnion Africultural 

it * it 

NANAIMO — Diivinff while wtahlnf to attend 

his licence was under suapen- banquet are asked to tele- 
alon has brought a |ail term-Nightingale at 
I for a Nanaimo man. ®”385® before Wednesday. 

Rajrmond Earl Snell was 

CpL G. C. Rayfuse of Vic- Pul^lle i5er**WiM’riuuwd. ^*^®*’®** Inspection 
toria recently received the;by police. His Ucenoe was un-! LtCol. A. R Ritchie 
United Nations Emergencyjdar suspension for reasons of!dlan Army deputy provost 
Force medal for aervica with | financial reaponslhtlity. marihal. will Inspect provast 

th# RCAF in EgypL i, Maglstrata Uond Baevor'lscUiUes In Victoria Monday. 

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Found on Reserve by Reporter 


Old-Time Indian Burial Site 


Six Skeletons in Remains of Hut 


By CHARLEB THOMPSON 

DUNCAN — A mass grave 
with more than six badiy-de» 
cayed akcletona was found 
yesterday Just outside the city 
limits. 

They were In heavy under 
hrush a quarter of a mile from 
the east boundary of the city, 
in the remains ot a six by four 
loot wooden structure. 

Six akulls with many thigh 


and rib bones were on top of 
dirt Hke de<*aying leaves, rot¬ 
ting cedar boards and' vegeta¬ 
tion. 

The structure is on the Cowl- 
chan Indian reserve, several 
hundred feet south of the 
Tzouhalem Road near Jaynes. 

This reporter found them 
while tramping out a line in 
search tor survey stakes to get 
background knowledge on 
where the city's proposed sew¬ 
age lagoon may be. 


Chief Louise Underwood 
said that the oouncU wUl k>ok 
Into it and. following an exist¬ 
ing policy, bury the remains 
with respect due the dead. 

It is believed that the wooden 
building could bs. on one of 
the oldest Indian burial 
grounds in the area, long for¬ 
gotten. The system of burial, 
'V in wooden houses with pitched 
roofs, has not been used In 
many years. 

. The little hut seems to have 
been built up off the ground. 


Many years ago coast Indians 
plac^ the dead in trees on 
platforms or dugouts. 

Three of the skulls which 
have evidently been free of 
cover for years are paper thin, 
without lower Jaws or teeth. 
Two appear to have been from 
adults, and the rest from 
younger persons. 

A partial skeleton wm found 
earlier this summer when the 
only known graveyard In the 
area, half a mile to the east, 
was cleared. Walter Elliott. 


who buried the rentains. said 
yesterday he believes It was 
placed In the graveyard dur¬ 
ing a smallpox epidemic more 
than X years ago. 

This graveyard belonged to 
a church that was near the 
COTner of Txouhslem and 
Maple Bay Roads. 

The new site is on a small 
hiU overlooking the townslte 
area, near a tributary of the 
Cowlchan River that has two 
favored trout holea for Quaml- 
Indian village fUbermca 


16, SailB Colmiliil Vietori., B.C.. S.i., Od. IS. I»M 

Pork Roast on Hoof 
Rustled to Freezer? 

CAMPBELL RIVER—RCMP here are ureurh- 
InK lor a pij( “rustler.” 

KeniieUi WlUis, MePhedran Road, found the 
remains of one of hb pip in a ditoh with most of 
the 250.pouBd carcass missinx. It had apparently 
been slauKhtcred on the spot. 

Mr; WilUs said he feeb the pig is now in some¬ 
one's deepfreeie. 


Lumber 


Public 
To See 
Parcels 

Revolution 
In Industry 


DUNCAN — Utest rev¬ 
olution in the wood prod¬ 
ucts field will be on d^lay 
here all next week. 

Packsfcd lumber, first In 
Western Canada, with Its nMt 
ends, marks “flnb” to another 
phase ot the lumber business 
ihst companies would not 
have ihoofht poaalbb even In 
wild predlctlona. 

Already aalUng it all over 
the province, Doman’t Lum¬ 
ber Co. Ltd. haa filled the yard 
here at Ita haad office with 
stack aRar ataek ot tha new 
"product." 

UN IMBPLAT 

It will be on dbpby tor the! 
lint Ume to the public for 
National P o r a a t Producti 
Week itartlof Monday. 

Owner and manafer Her¬ 
bert Doman aald ycaterday 
that hb company, 1 a r f e 1 1 
laland handler of lumber prod- 
■cti, haa baen fiUlnf 90 per 
«nt of Ita orders with pack¬ 
aged lumber. By the end of 
the year It win ba 90 per cent, 
be estimated. 

Doman’t annually arib 
W.OOO.OOO board fbet. In stock 
now It haa 5,000,000 board faet 
In wire straps 
FOB BOSmAL 

Tha company )oat received 
a contract to supply INXI.OQO 
board feet of packaged lumber 
lor construction of Nanaimo's 
new 93.000.000 hospital 

“When one of our tracks 
drives onto a Job It can be 
directed right to tha part of 
the project where a certain 
abe of lumber b going to be 
used," said Mr. Doman. Load¬ 
ing and unloading time haa 
been cut from an hour to 10 
minutes. 

Mr. Doman aald he jumped 
at the chance of handling 
packaged lumber when hb 
brgcsl supplier, B.C. Forest 
Produeb Ltd., started produc¬ 
ing packaged lumber lor ex¬ 
port 

CONING THING 

'It's the coming thing. Big 
companies hava it In tha 
(United) States. Eventually 
even lumber yards will have 
packaged lumber (or small 
tueri who coma In and buy 
two or three pieces." he aald. 

The nth-century cathedral 
of Chartres In France haa one 
tower reaching 350 feet and 
anothtr, finished In tha 16th 
century, isaehtng 377 feet 



?^anaimo Awaits B.C. Go-Ahead 


First company in Westem'^CBnadt to sell pnek- 
aged lumter b Domans Lumber and TraniTOrt 
Ltd., at Duncan. The company will supply 1,500,- 
000 board feet for construction of Nanaimo Hos¬ 
pital. Employee Santokh Mann, Duncan. Is shown 
here with packages at the Chemalnui yard. 
—(Coloniat photo by Chariet Thompaon.) 


Nanaimo Chinatown 


All Buildings 
Are Doomed 


NANAIMO — The remaining 
nalmo's CSiinatown are doo med. 

Olficlab have announced 
that the doxen or so ancient 
structures will be danwlUhed. 

Theaa withstood the ravages of 
the huge fire which razed the 
rest ol tha community. Sept 30. 

Provlnchl and municipal 
bra and health olficlab have 
been making a complete sun 
vty of tha remaining houses 
since the blaze and have now 
laeued an order that the build- 
Ingt are condemned and must 
ba demolbhed within 90 days 
Many of tha former resi¬ 
dents have moved back Into 
the buUdlngi and new accom¬ 
modation win have to ba 
found for them In the next 
coupb ol months. 

A committee b abo studying 
the probbm of what perms- 
ntnl accommodation can ba 
provided the lObodd persons 
who were bit deetitute. 


Library Earmarked 
For Winter Works 


NANAIMO—The winter money to pay about half the 
works program in Nanaimo «»' of '*>• building with the 
may Include construction "I bo^««l 

of a new $50,000 Ubrary • 

^.. 11 , 41 .... .•mall percentxfc of the objoc- 

live was raised. 

The emergency works com-1 Arthur Lionel building so- 
mittee haa given the go-ahead! cbly preiMent. taM that If 
to the Nanaimo Library Build-1 the governmenU will provide 
Ing Soebty request jthe $13,000 wage coaU it wlU 

If Ore ^JecHb accepted by . mean they will have autflcbnt 
the provtncbl government 
then It will mean federal and 
provincbl governments wiU| 
share 75 per cent ot the wage, 
costs estimated at about 
913.00a I 

FUND DRIVE 
The aoebty hunched a dla- 
trtct-svlda campaign earlier 
thb year to ralaa sulllcbnl' 


In cash and loans to compbte 
the proposed buUdin|. 

The ^year-old library build 
Ing at Wallace and Baitlon has 
been Inadequate (or several 
years and lacks space. 

The Old Age Penabnert' As 
locbtbn has asked the city 
lor the old structure lor 
meeting room when the new 
building b completed. 


Forest Policy 
Draws Praise 


NANAIMO —Praise for the 
provincial government’s refor- 
estaUon program and condem¬ 
nation ol critics ol the gov- 
ernmeut't fircllghting service 
haa been given by a promi¬ 
nent Nanaimo business man. 

Russell Inkster told the Hub 
City Klwanls Chib that he (ell 
criticbm of the provincial 
government in the post sea¬ 
son's (IghUng of forest tires 
wss "unwarranted.” 

Thb summer wss one of the 
worst for forest fires in the 
province’s history. 

One political leader who 
caused a stir by blasting the 
government during the fire 
season wss Deane Finlay- 
son. Progressive Conservative 
lea^r. 

Mr. Inkster also said that 
the average citizen has not 
given sufficient credit to the 
government for the reforesta¬ 
tion prajecla. 



RUSSELL INKSTER 
, . , not enough credit 


buikling* in Nar 


European Cars 
To Cost More 

OTTAWA (UPl) — Bujwra 
of European-made cars may 
have to pay slightly higher d 
prices as a resuK of expectad 
hlghar duties and taxaa. It was 
reported Friday. 

Tha cabinet soon may en- 
dorat a raoommandatlon from 
the department of nattonal 
revenue which would incraase 
exeba ^pad aaba taxes on Im¬ 
ported oars from Germany, 
rrahoa, Italy and ethar Euro¬ 
pean eountrba. 


Orfeilfing Observatories 


Science to Scan 
Stars from Above 


FRIENDLY STORES LTD. 

Proudly Announce the 

RE-OPENING OF THE NEW 

Capital City Bowling Lanes 

PHONE EV4-M3i 

Victoria's Finest 

FIVE-PIN LANES 

Uader the Supeniaioa of Harry Welch 



YATES ST. 



Scots’ Show 
Applaiuied 
In Ladysmith 

LADYSMITH — The White 
Heather company from Scot- 
bnd, phyed to a packed house 
In the Ladysmith High School 
auditorium Wedneaday night 
The event proved to be a very 
happy occaabn lor both audl 
ance and artbti. AppUuae was 
warm and generous. 

William Halllnan, president 
lol the Ladysmith Bums Club, 
sponsors of the company hera, 
welcomed all and praised the 
aaabtance given by Nanaimo 
jCaledonbn Society. Audience 
was drawn from all parb of 
, the labnd from VIctorb to Al- 
:bernl 



DR. R. M. PETRIE 


PARKSVILLE — Ex¬ 
periments In astronomy which 
even five yean ago would have 
bten conakbred utterly Ian-! 
tastk art now within the realm 
of posaibUity in three to five 
yean, according to Or. R. M.j 
Petrie, director ol the Domin¬ 
ion Astrophyalcal Obaervatoiy 
at Victoria. 

Dr. Petrie spoke to a capa^ 
ity audience at the Island HaU 
Hotel at tha opening meatlng 
ol the aeaaon (or Qualicum- 
Parkavllb Canadian Club. 

Ha dtacrlbed a pba fonnu- 
Uted at a lyrapoalum ha and 
hb wife. Dr. Jean Petrb, at¬ 
tended thb past summer at 
tha Aatrophyateal Institute at 
Lbge University In Belgium 
which f oreeees the projeetbn 
of tebacopas Into outer apace 
by satellite ao that scbntific 
data can be recorded outside 
the earth’i atmoephere. 


BOWL FOR HEALTH 
AND RECREATION 

Tebphoae Hhrry Weleh 
For A>y lalorBUttloB 


WE INVITE YOU TO OUR ' 

OPEN HOUSE 

SATURDAY -1 to 7 P.M. 

• FREE COFFEE — DOUGHNUTS 
• DOOR PRIZES 

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Duncan Court 



Btst Witbu It CAPITAL CITY Biwlitg Laitt 
FLOORING by PARKER JOHNSTON, LTD. 

IroBiU: brands Floar Coeertaga — Armafraog. Demtalan, UaoHte, 
Bobber, Asphalt, Vinyl, Cork. Pinsib Wall Hb. 


•I^PARKER , 

JOHWSTOMgfc 

02-1111 


liltrnjnrt 'll 


Congratulations to 

Capital City Bowling Lanas 

ELECTBICAL WORK AND SUPPLIES 
By 

Denford Electric Co. Ltd. 

DBAKE OONVBCTOB, PIONEEB8 IN EUSCTBIC 
BADIAIfT AI«D CONVECTOB HEATING 


Yes IsTrue 

We need clothiBR, (uraittire, appfiaiirea, 
dbhea, ntcnslh, cutlery, beeHUuK, Uaea, 
and aP oseabb "throwaways.” 

WHAT ABOUT PAPER?*? Ttw gathering of 
paper haa become a very costly proposition, 
but we will still be glad to take your old news¬ 
papers when you have other items to dispose 
of. Cost of gathering paper alone ie almost 
prohibitive. 

“TMir Thmr-AHayt Maks Wsifc That Fays” 


THE SALVATION ARMY 
Phone 
Major L W. Ji 


EV 6-3295 

iImoci. Supt 


Man Fined for Allowing 
Uninsured Girl to Drive 


664 DISCOVERY ST. 


EV S.SS11 


DUNCAN — T. J. Boyba, 
Cobble Hill pleaded guilty In 
court yesterday to a charge 
of allowing a minor to drive 
hb truck Aug. 30 on Featubert 
when It was not covered with 
Insurance lor minora. The 
policy had bpaed. Fine was 
» 5 . 

He then plaaded guilty lor 
hb daughter, June Murbl 
Boyba, 19. charged with driv¬ 
ing without a valid driver's 
Itcenca. A minor's licence b 
automalleally void when there 


b no Insurance on the vehkb., 
Fine was $10. 

Door-to-door book salesman 
Fred J. Rawnaley ol VIctorb 
was lined $10 tor (ailing to 
have a business Ibence. 

Eric Kbsack. Vancouver, 
was lined $25 when he pleaded 
guilty to a charge ot careleii 
dritriOB Wedneaday after roll¬ 
ing hb car oil tha Lake 
Cowlchan Highway. 

S. P. Briggs, Duncan, paid 
$25 for speeding at 40 in a 
30-iont on Shannan Road. 


Congratulations to 

Capital City Bowlins Lanes 

WE SUPPLIED LUMBER, PLYWOODS 
AND BUILDINO SUPPLIES 

8EB UB 

FOR ARBOBITE - FLYWOODR ROOFING 
WALLH0AB08 ■ INSULATION • LUMBER, ETC. 

“Don’t put it off—Put It on" 

Vktoria ntlail Lambar Yard LIS. 


1901 GOVERNMENT 


EV z-tin 


Native Daughter 
Dies in Alherni 


ALBERNI — Mrs. Ethel 
Prescett, a native daughter ol 
B.C and a raskbnt of thb 
dbtrtct for 53 years, died In 
West Coast General Hospital 
on Thursday. 

She was born In New West¬ 
minster In 198$ qnd came to 
AlbernI when her hnshand 
took over managemanf ol the 
dbtrict's first bank. 


Mrs. Prescott had been an 
active member ol All Saints’ 
Anglican Church auxiliary 
sines her arrival here. 

She bavei her husband, 
Walter, at the family home. 
833 Johnston Street; one son, 
John S. Prescott. North Van¬ 
couver; two daughters, Mrs. 
Arthur Hakstbn. Vaneoover 
and Mrs. Harry Foray. Vic¬ 
toria, and six grandchildteiL 


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Tfott 

BRUNSWICK OF CANABA 

THE WORLDS LARGEST MANUFACTURERS 
OF BOWLING EQUIPMENT, 
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Congratulations 

and 

Good Luck 

to 

CAPITAL CITY 
BOWLING LANES 

\ 

• 

General Contractors 

daix^ THE 

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AND 

ENTIRE RENOVATING 
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EV 3-2690 

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flalll) dntoniBl VicUrU, I.C., S*l., Oct. IS, ISM 


^Old Dogs^ Learning 
Age-Cutting Tricks 


Make People Like You! 
Bv Lelord Kordel 

B)’ LEIXIRD KORDKI. 

You learned your childhood readin*, *ritin', and 
Arithmetic years ago. but there's always son^e new 
threshold ol knowledge to enter. 

“Not for me,“ you may say. "It’s a little late for 
that. After alt, I’m getting older, and It's difficult for 
an older person to Irom an ything new." 

You think ao, do you? Well, 
here’s what our foremost 
authority In the study of asing. 
Dr. Edward J. Stieglltz. says 
**The false concept that you 
I can't teach an. old dog new 
I tricks has ddne a great deal 
!of harm. First of ail. it is 
false, and aecondiy, It is a 
I wonderful alibi for Indolence 
j. . . Let us take, for example, 
the rate of learning. 

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alieady old and broken In 
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They complained of aches, 
pains, and exhaustion. They 
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1 Diaaf digestive and menial ailments 

® i-eld Most of them had been un¬ 
able to work for years, and 
there seemed to be no hope for 
them. 

Then, almost miraculously, 
hope did appear on the hori* 
zon. and one by one their 
symptoms began to fade. 

Pain. Weakness, and despair 
were replaced by new .strength 
and vigor. What was the se 
crel? 


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These patients, labelled hope- 

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TOBONTO (ITII—FortnerA'anadhui prime minfaiter 
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arrhy never ante triad la pressure" him la aialilng state 
derWana. ^ 

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Strsash^ timt. *1 daet waat ta expreaa an aplidoa an 
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slightest attempt Is Inttuanre bsnansF I was a Calha- 
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28 PAGES 


Bifi Qualicum River 

$1,000,000 Plan 

To Improve 
Island Fishing 


By ALEC NERRIMAN 

The federal fisheries department plans a $1,000,- 
000 Improvement program on Big Qualicum River 
which could eventually see that river support 1,000,000 
■pawning fish each year. 

An ImmcdUtr start is 
planned on the first prolect 
of Its kind anywhere In the 
world and wtU undoubtedly be 
the forerunner of other de- 
veiopinents aimed at brlnglnf 
back to normal and Increasing 
B.C.‘s salmon fishlnf Industry. 

EVEN HEKE 

First beneflU from the pro¬ 
gram Should be evidenced In 
the fan of 1983 and ahouM be 
felt by both sport and com¬ 
mercial Uahermen through 
Improved fishing In the Strait 
el Georgia. Johnstone Strait, 

Cimpbell River area and to a 
leaser degree Juan de Fuea 
Strait off Victoria. 

Stelhead and trout fishing 
win also he Improved In the 
Big Qualicum River and the 
department plans a road along 
the banks the fuU length of 
the Big Qualicum. 

FtnX LENOTR 

Although not designed spec- 
llkally tor the purpoae, the 
road arlU give anglers accaaa 
to the lull length of the six to 
seven-mile Clg Qualicum. 

The fisheries department la 
already,negotlaUng to buy aU 
the property fronted by the 


Typhoon 
Kills 32 

I 

MANILA (UPI)—TyphooM 
laote hf daj for Mir (lilairar 
moInloaM jrcotrrMojr, Irortiif 
hrhtwj ol lout St SuS mhI 
mor# Uiu tfjmjm Im 
o m • f • MiroaclKNit Mio 
PtilllppInrA. Moat of Mm 
A tomi's vtcMim SI r S by 
Srownlnc. 

Loot w«rk*i Ty^noo KH 
mmd Lolo took o loW of 111 
ttVM. 


WEST 
END-ARMS 


Project will control spawn¬ 
ing and rearing conditions on 
the Hg Qualicum River by 
strict control of river flows 
and temperatures. 

SECOND PRASE 

A second phase of the pro¬ 
gram, not Included In the more 
than gl.OOOJWO cost estimated 
by Rod Heurston, flsbei 
director for the Pacific area, 
rvould Include Improvement of 
the actual riverbed by creat¬ 
ing more ideal spawning areas 
through the washing and grad¬ 
ing of gravel and the building 
of new channels. 

Major construction is sched¬ 
uled to start next spring. It 
Ottawa votes the necessary 
funds. 

This Includes a 30-foot 
earthflU dam at Home Lake 
outlet to the river and an 8Vs- 
loot, lODO-foot long horseshoe 
type tunnel, which would by¬ 
pass the dam, making It pos¬ 
sible to draw water fi 
Home Lake. 

The tunnel will take off 70 
feet below the present level of 

Coat hm sd oa Page t 


^Besr 

Art 

Stolen 


VANCX)UVER (OP) — 
Two dOBcn oU paintings 
worth an estimated $50,- 
000 were stoleii during 
Thursday night from a pri¬ 
vate art gallery in south- 
end Vancouver, it was dis¬ 
closed yesterday. 

Police said they suspect pro¬ 
fessional art thieves. Only the 
beet works were taken from an 
exhibition of 19lh • century 
originals from Britain and the 
Continent. 

PROM LONDON 
The Alex FTaser gallery had 
obtained Ihem from the H. R 
Cresner galleries of St. James 
Palaoe In London. Their exhl 
Mtlon and sale started Oct. 1 
and was ts close next Tuesday. 

Herbert Cresner of the K R. 
Cresner gaBeiies said one of 
the stolen paintings-a large 
saaacape by C Napier Hsmy 
arm wstth mors than SSOjnOi 

TRnD TREPT 
It eras the third major art 
theft here within the last year. 

The University of British 
Columbta art gallery lost 840,- 
000 worth of paintings and 
they were never located. 
TWenty-two paintings srorth 
SIOJIOO taken from the Van¬ 
couver art gallery In January 
were later found. 


Debate Due 
Next Week 

UNITED NATIONS (UPI)—The Western 
powers last night put their own disarmament 
plan before the General Assembly’s political 
committee and urged expert study of ways 
and means to carry it out. 

The se-nation political com- 


Chinatown’s Lion Lured from Den 


Bomb for China 

Nobel Prlie-winning aclen- 
list Dr. Linus Pauling said 
yesterday Communist China 
will join the “nuclear dub" 
by testing a small nuclear 


mittee was expected to start 
debate on disarmament next 
week. The Assembly voted on 
Thursday to send Nikita 
Khrushchev's "general and 
complete" disarmament propo¬ 
sal to the conunlttee. rather 
than debate It on the floor of 
the world parliament, and 
handed the Russian one of his 
moat stinging defeats In the 
vote. 

With Khrushchev back in 
Moscow, the assembly re¬ 
turned to a more placid pat- 


<. 

Aher two yebra of hibernating, Vic¬ 
toria C^hlnatosvn’s lion will dance 
during the annual Lantern Festival 
to be held in the Stroceo Chib Thurs¬ 
day. Tempting the Uon from his den 


with his favorite delicacy—Chinese 
cabbage—are Jane Lang, left, Mrs. 
Vivian Eng and Victoria Chinatown 
Lions Chib president. Jack Tang. 
See Rage 13.—(Eric Joe photo.) 


Barrette 

Blasts 

Party 


Ottawa Ready to End 
Its Tax Rental Plan 


TORONTO (CT)—The GMie aad MaU says 
the federal go v e ram cat sriH probably press (or 
aa end to the exiatlag tax-reatol system when the 
preseot (hre-year agreeweats srtth the provtacea 
eads la March, IMS. 

The aew sp a p er, to aa Ottawa story, says sach 
aettoa would eoRipel all peovtoees at Wst to Im- 
paae their awa toeane, eorporattoa aad estate 
taxes erea If Ottosra eoattoaes to c aU ect them as 

aa ageaL 


ANTONIO BARRETTE 


Bomarc Flies 
345 Miles 


I He said pressure from the 

_ Icsbinet forced him to accept 

WASHINGTON <CP) — Thcltha leadership of the party. 
Bomarc B anti-aircraft mlaallei never wanted power, 

completed its longest teatli have alwayi been afraid of 
flight—345 miles—Friday. |power." said Mr. Barrette. 

The lucccsaful teat — sixth i Mr. Barrette uM Union Na 
since leal April — can«e just Honale had done good for 
two days after the air force Quebec end that it can again, 
gave formal approval toj 'But this can come about 
volume production of the mla-^only If the party le rtorgan- 
elle. Canada to to get twOilzed along democratic prin- 
squadrona next year. <clpiea . . .“ 


JOUriTE. Que. (CPI—An 
loalo Barrette, who resigned 
last month as leader of the 
Union Neltonale party, aald 
Friday night he had 
forced to take the party lead- 
enhlp and then forced to ro- 
slgn. 

He lashed out vcrtmlly atj 
three major figures In the 
party, treasurer Getald Mar- 
tlneau, chief organizar J. D. 

Begin and legislative council, 
lor Jean Barre-te, no relation. 

Mr. Barrette aald he hadj 
been led to believe that every- 

thing was in readlneos for the! TACOMA. Wash. (API —.had In hit potaeaalon a paper 
June 23 election but thb was I Roger Vukovich. 30, a quict.|back book. "Medlumi and Sor- 
a grave mistake. i withdrawn only child who’vival" He said in hit signed 

teemed to live In a luper; ttalement that he bad just 
natural world of hto own. was finished a chapter involving 
charged in justice court Fri- the question, "can mortals 
day with the flratdegree mur¬ 
der of hla 57.year-oM widowed 
mother. 


Kremlin Greets 
Bubbling Nikita 

MOSCOW (Reuters) —| ___ 

Nikita Khrushchev returned 

home from the United NatioaaL-^,^ o • v 

Friday bubbling over wHh jfkf tirmS iSeiZeO, 

good humor and lavtah em-l.. . 

braces tor hit Communist 
party coUeaguea. 

The burly Soviet premier 
smothered members of the 
Communist party presidium In 
giant btarhugs and klaaea as 
they clustered around him on; 
the airport runway. j 

DIDNT FORGET 

There was no trace of the 


weapon next year "and itern yceterday although Rus- 
blggcr ones will come! ale's prosecution of the cold 
quickly after that." He urged iwar itUI dominated Its delib- 
a more rigorous approach la ! eratloito. 
the area of dlaermanient. Britain, the United States 

‘War of Nerves’ 
Aimed at Base 


UNITED NA'nONS lUPI); The U3. sent a t,00flword 
—The Ufl. alerted the UN Fii- i statement to Secretary-Gen- 
day that Cuba has opened a | cral Dag Hammarskjold 
war of nervee egalnat the U4. answering Fidel Castro^s mara- 
naval base at Guantanamo thon aatemMy speech againvt 
end seems Intent on provoking 'the U4. and aald the Cuben 
moves could result only In In¬ 
citing Cuban clllxena against 
the baee. 

The statement denied one- 
by-one the charges Castro 
flung at the U.S. and accused 
Castro of stifling hto nation's 
economy by engaging In bar¬ 
ter agreements with Commu- 
niat China and the Sovicl 
Union which were "poUtIcel l y" 
motivated. 


an Incident there. 


Mother Slain to Test 

I 

Link Beyond Grave 


make contact afler death?" 

This was an experiment 
he hoped lo make after hla 
Lale Thuriday afternoon he mother'a death. Vukovich said, 
signed a statement saying hc| Police said the sleeping 
had killed Mrs. Selma Viiko-j woman was hit oa the skull 
vlch after trying unauf raaa | with the Munt end of 
fully to hire out the slsjrlng, hatchet, carried from her bed 
to a cloae friend for 81.000. | and pushed down a steep 

When arrested, Vukovich illltht of haaement atatrs. 


many angry blaals that 
marked hla UN ipeo c h ea aa 
he shook hands uraimly wllh 
American Ambassador Llewel¬ 
lyn Thompoon and told him: 
“I didn't forget you while I 
was auray." 

WORRERfl EIDE 

Mere than LOOO Moscow 
worker s were traaspdrted to 
the airport In trucks and buses 
to prorvide a warm weleoma 
tor the Russian leader, who 
has been away 35 days 

Aa Khruihchev arrived 
home. West European news¬ 
papers summed up hto slay 
at the United Nations as 
blustering propaganda circus 
that gave little hope for any 
easing of the cold war. 

WEST ALLOWED 

The London Dally Telegraph 
referred to hto "boorish be¬ 
havior" at the UN and the 
London Dully Express said the 
Weal had allosred him lo 
“make propaganda at their 
expense.'' 


Canadian Bankers 
Escape Cuban Crab 

HAVANA (Reuteri)—The government of Fidel 
C^aatro Friday nationaltyed 382 companie* and all but 
two bulks—Die Royal Bank of Canada and the Bank 
of Nova Scotia. 


No Pay, No Vacation in 15 Years 


CAMELFORD. England 
(AP) — For 15 yeori Fred¬ 
erick Jesvell has labored on 
Wilfred Fandercock'a farm 
without collecting a penny In 
wages. He has had no vaca¬ 
tions. 

In return, he was given hto 
food and lodging, dethlng. an 


ounce of tobocco a week and 
hla social security contribu¬ 
tion. 

But there was no Ill-feeling 
between Jewell and Fander- 
oock. The arrqngement ap¬ 
parently suited everybody ex¬ 
cept the ministry of agricul¬ 
ture. It fummonaed farmer 


Fandercock for falling to poy 
hto employee the legal mini¬ 
mum wage of <8 <833.401 phia 
overtime. 

Fandercock. who pleaded 
guilty, was fined flO (8381. 

According to figures put 
torwarS by tha mlnist^'i 
lawyer. Arthur Bllgh. Fander- 
cock oured JtwuU about (g,(X» 


(822.4(»l in back puy. But the 
magistratca could only enforce 
puyment for th* last two 
years. 

They ordered Fander c ock to 
pay Jewell, now 50. a total of 
18V <82^181 arrears of sragea. 

TU have to mortgage the 
farm to do It," aald Faader- 
cock. 


The natlonaUzaUon laws 
urere adopted at a cuMnet meet¬ 
ing that contlnuad In porma- 
iiasit session, causing spacula- 
tlon that mom nationallxatlon 
laws could be expected. 

WRY CANAOAr 

It was not known Imme¬ 
diately sdiy the Canadian 
boidu ware exempted. |n Mont 
real, a spokesman for the 
Royal Bank said It might be 
•o show that the Cuban gov- 
ernment to opposed only to 
t '-S. capital having a stake in 
the country 

Informed sources said the 
ivro Canadian banks are retua- 
ing to accept large depoeitt in 
hopes of averting any mea- 
sures against them. 

FlRia UflTED 

The nationalized companies 
Include 105 Cuban-owned sugar 
mlUa, 47 commercial srare- 
liouaeti II eoflec conpanles. 
1' movie chahw. tlt4it taR, 
roads, 13 leading Cuhansnrncd 
department storen. 50 textile 
tactoriea. six comltnaed milk 
factories. 18 rice plants and six 
liquor factories. Including the 
famous Cnbon-owntd Bacardi 
■■ompany. | 

DUPONT, kWIFT 

American companies taken 
over Include Dupont Inter- 
Amertcan Chemical Cs„ Swift 
and Co., Amorican Agricultural 
CherakaL Pittsburgh Plate 

i 


Glass International and Sher- 
srin WUlianu Co. of Cuba. 

Premier Castro will address 
the nation today to explain why 
Ihe nationalization lasrt were 
adopted. 

OtflcUla Indicated auny of 
the companies foUowtd a 
policy "contrary to the bi- 
tereata of tha rcvtdutlon” and 
the naUon't economic develop¬ 
ment. 


and Italy proposed that the 
"final goal" of a disarmament 
program "under effective la- 
ternatlonal control" should be: 

• Reduction of all na¬ 
tional armed forces and arma¬ 
ments to levels requlrtd for 
Internal security aiui for tha 
provision of agreed contin¬ 
gents to an International po¬ 
lice force within the United 
Natlona. 

• Elimination of the means 
of delivery of all weapons of 
mass destruction. 

• Elimination of all weaie 

ons of mats destruction, 
nuclear, chemical and bac- 
leriologicaL . 

• Use of outer apace for 
peoceful purposes only. 

• EatahllahmenI of effec¬ 
tive means lor verification of 
Ihe observance of dtaanaa- 
menl obligations and lor the 
maintenance of peace. 

• Achievement of a ascure, 
lT48 and open world. In which 
all peoples arc Fsotceted from 
the danger of lurprlac attack 
or Ihe outbreak el war by 
mlacalculalion. 

In addition. Britain, rarry- 
ing through a propoaai out¬ 
lined to the assembly by 
Prime Minister Harold Mac¬ 
millan. submitted another 
reoolutlon calling for creation 
of an expert committee on dis¬ 
armament Inspection and cen¬ 
tral systema. It would have 
the assembly recommend that: 
APPOINT EXPERTK 
“Technical experts, sclan- 
tlflc, military and admlntotra- 
tivt, be appointed with the 
minimum of delay with In¬ 
structions to submit a progr aa o 
report to the United Nations 
Diaarmament C o m m I a aian 
within six months on the sys¬ 
tema of Inspection and control 
their capsbilltles and Uml- 
I a 11 e n a — which would bo 
effective and fair to all 
concerned In relation to . . . 
diaarmament." 

Western sources said tho 
proposals were the result of 
amntha of work by dtoarm- 
ament experts and were not 
Intended to counter the res<^ 
tkm put forward to the as¬ 
sembly by Khruihchev him¬ 
self. 

INH-nCATED RIOTK 
Earlier South African Exter¬ 
nal Affaire Minister EMc Louw 
charged that Russian-trained 
Communlata Instigated bloody 
race riots last spring agaliwt 
hto country's apartheid policy 
for the separation of whltao 
and Negroes. 

Louw said Khrushchev had 
planned hto 254ay UN visit to 
take personal command of tho 
COM war and to seek to extend 
Soviet Influence anxmg the 
emergent countries of Africa. 

There waa a general faellng 
of relaxation and some relief 
that, aa one diplomat aald, 
"World War I to over." 


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Fishermen 
Get One 
More Day! 

Tha IMO nCMton at TIm 
D ailjr CotoaM Klac Ptohcr- 
aiaa ooatost raCs at add- 
alfM today, atfordlac 
aactera oao ams fall day 
to ratrk a flak that otay aia 
a trip to Moxioo or aearoa at 
othor htddf a wolcht prtiea. 
Prtaoo Crait winaers for 
W optoni h tr aro aamrd oa 
Paca U. 


Disarmament 


Aerial Artist Narrowly Escapes Death 


Ldft dangUnc helpleadly when her 
foot tallied In tope Mgh above arena 
floor, trapcM artiat Betty Paaco 


collapaed in arms of stagehands who 
rescued her in Corpus Christ!, Texas. 
—(AP Wlrephoto.) 


Mac Urges Summit 

RemomEpse. 

From Berlin 


SCARBOROUOH, Ei«iand (AP)—Prime Minister 
Harold Macmillan called Saturday for a summit oon- 
feicnce In the sprite to remove the sputtering fuse from 
the (Wrman and ieriin problem. 


lo^ iropHad 
SoUct Pmnlar 


Tha ■ritUh 
that he and So' 

Khnuhehev alrlady have 
screed on tha aaad for Mch 
topdevcl necotAdena, to be 
held after a new praeMent has 
taken over direction of the 
Amerioan covemment. 

Add r eaitnc a mectlnc of 
SAMenthualaatle Cooaenrstlve 
Party workers, Macmillan de- 
dared Briptln had a key role 
In Imprevtdc the International 
dfnwM. Ul said the world 
attnaUen li a s sabstanllatty 
worsened' since Khrushchev 
torpedoed the sumsalt fsiks In 
Paris last May. 

Carefully s'clectinf hisf 
words. Macmillan dsdarsd Me 
power aegotlatleas on Oar-. 


PRIME MINISTER 
MACMILLAN 


many and BerUn must be 
esuned. -aa this conetitules 
'a potentlaly danseroua prob¬ 
lem from the point of dew 

of East and Weet alike.' i- 

Macmillan also called fori ^ _ 

a resumption of disarmament I Neiir renticton 
negodatiooa. Te get thlnfsl 


'Barman 
Loses 
Tip 

cnCAOO (API—Brine 
Bnae tsM a cnaSaner hi bit 
tavern Saturday that If he 
held a flneer ever the mas- 
ate ef a tAoaahre aa t easa t tc 


The gun went aff—aa 
the Up a( the latex Ba 

af Baaaa’e left hand. 

At a haapMal. Raan r 


Blaze 
Rages On 

frtca-wUl aaA 
flttraate aaptiw 
gave mm eat eJ 


begin by joining in technical 
studlaa of anas problems. 

In his wtde-ranglng s p eec h . 
Macmillan also made It plain 
Britain hopes now to come to 
ms with the Prench - led 
eammon aurket and thus end 
the present commercial divi¬ 
sion of free Europe. 

He promised that his gov¬ 
ernment — bi dealing with the 
remaining dependent British 
territories In Africa—will 
to meet the legltimal 
thms lor self 
native Africans while also pro¬ 
tecting legitimate rights oC 
white settlers In those araaa. 


Appeals for Mercy Refused . - 

Two More Americans 
Shot at Dawn in Cuba 


Shifts 


fain 


UNITED NATIONS 
(AP)—Th» U.S. was 
undemtood Saturday to be 
kacplng the door open to 
enlargement of the lO* 
nation dUarmament com¬ 
mittee if UN debate diciuld 
show a majority in favor 
of the change. 

The Issue will come up soon 
In the essembly’s poUtlcsl com¬ 
mittee, where a Soviet resolu¬ 
tion la pending to put Ghana, 
India, Indonesia. Mexico and 
the United Arab Republic on 
the disarmament committee. 

The Skivlet Idea is to sup¬ 
plement East and West on the 
negotiating body with a neu¬ 
tral side of equal strength. 

The UR. view repre s e n ts a 
shift from the IMd Geneva 
lerelgn nUnlsters' conference 
en Ite UA dfiaad tp glvd 
the ( ^ m i w unl ets ^(ght parity 
with the Weat on a commit¬ 
tee to reauaM diaarmament 
MCOtlAtkMNs 
Before that, the UR. would 
only allow Communlata and 
aeutrala together to have equal 
representation with the West 


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This scuffle between Tokyo policeman and student 
took place during litdown demonstration in front 
of )K>me of Premier Hayato Ikeda. Students 
ciaimet) Ikeda was rMpoiuible for tlie stabbing of 
Socialist leader IneJIro Aaanuma.— (AP Photo¬ 
fax.) 


Another Faces 
Death Sentence 


BULLETIN 

HAVANA (UPD —Two Americaas died to¬ 
day before a Cuban firing squad- AUan Thompson, 
SB, of Queen (^ty, Tex., and Robert Fuller, 25, of 
Miami, were convicted ef taking part in faurt week’s 
Invasion of Cubo. 






Car Tax 
Coes On 
Dec. 1 

IRpselol lo tha CalanM) 
OTTAWA — Higher velu- 
etlone on Imported BriUeh end 
European care will be Imposed 
by the federal government 
Dec. I, It wee learned last 
night. (See aleo Page A) 

The elfect ivUI be to increase 
the amount of aalap and exdee 
taxes paid on tU foraign care 
end the cuetome tariff on cars 
from all countries except Brit- 
tin, which mter (lanade duty- 
WEST SUMMERLAND, B.C. free. 

ICP>—Fir* raged through the It is sstlmated the hike In 
night at the B.C. Fnilt Ship- the fair market value will 
pers' warehouse and packing raise the coet of small British 
plam at this community 10 ears by 120 to nO and the cost 
miles north ef Penttelon. of European esrs by ISO to fOO. 

The packing section, offices 
and storage warehouse of the 


150,000 Mourn 
Slain Socialist 


HAVANA (AP)—A military tribunal on 
Saturday night sentenced two Americans to 
die at Santiago, a superior tribunal rejected 
their appeals for clemency, and they were 
ordered to be shot early today. 

The two arc Robert O. Ful¬ 
ler, of Miami, Fla., and Allan 
Thompson. Queen City, Tex, 
members of a ZT-msn expedi¬ 
tion from Miami, Fla., that 
landed last week on the north¬ 
east coast of Cuba. 

swm sBinncNCBS 

Thus Prime Minister Fidel 
Castro’s military courts hand- 
sd out the same swift sen¬ 
tences they nwted out last 
week to a third American 
member of the expedition, An¬ 
thony Zarba of SomerviUa, 


Thompson, who also gave a 
Moortngaport. La, addrsas, 
and Fuller were picked up 
only Friday la the l^|lls 
eastern Cuba, birthplace of 
Ctstro’i own revolution, array 
sources reported. 

The cayct fsund them guilty 
ef srmsB ryvoR agabiat the 
sUte. Savm Cuban mam b ers 
of tha band war* IBM Tbtirs 
day with Zarba. 

tP-TEAB ‘mUU 
Two Cuban members of the 
expedition capturad wKh Ful¬ 
ler and Thompson were given 
30.year terms. They are Juan 
Gonzales and Angel Rivero 
Sanchez. 

During the trial Fuller ad¬ 
mitted having com* with the 


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J. EDGAR HOOVER 


ml aadrrtlsag 
1 M belara wHh 41 


M. I 


Fight C^ro 
Press Urged 

BOGOTA ColambU (API— 


'fOKYO (AP) — Demonstrators numbering 150, 

000 marched behind portraits of Inejiro Asanuma,|expedlUon. asserting that land 
draped In black, in Japaneie cities Saturday. The *'** 

moumeri sought votes for 0»e approaching general elec¬ 
tion through sympathy for the Socialist party’s 
assassinated leader. 


Student Protest 


Three parades of unionists. 

Communists, Socialists and 
students moved during tha 
day throiigh downtown Tokyo 
alone. 

BY FANATIC 

It was the fourth straight 
day of demonstrations since 
Asanums was stabbed to death 
on the stage of a public hall 
Wednesday by s tanatlcsl 
right-wing student. 

With their eyes on next 
month's election, the parade, 
sponsors playad on the theme| ROME (UPl) •—Italian riot 
that the government of Pre-i police, wearing steel helmets 
mier Hayato Ikeda. whom Xd driving In ted Jeeps, Sat- 
ultra - nationalist groups sup-' 
port, was responsible for 


Rome Riot 
Broken 
By Police 


Youth 

Runs 

Wild 


plant were destroyed by the 
flames and flremen irom the 
local volunteer brigade and 
from Penticton were fighting 
early today lo save the big ooM 
storage sectieo. 

Firemen said they teqrad the 
tons might teach fDO,CIOO. 
An sffIclAl of a newspaper jMord th«n 20 peruoilg wer* cx- 
aelied by the Cuban govern- pectsd to bt left without work, 
nsent Urged the Western! Pleasure tanks of tha cold 
hdmispber* press Saturday tolstorage plant were relcasad to 
fight the dlcutorshlp of Prime:prevent an ekpkMion and aur- 
Minlstar Castro. rounding building- wee* hoaail 

Humberto Madrano. lormer|down In efforts to prevent the 
assistant editor ol Prensa fire spreading. 

,Ubre of Havana. saM It iaj The fir* cut off power In the 
not sufficient to condemn the | area and sent up a glow which 
Caahe regime. “We are Attracted hundreds of spec- 
obllgtd to light It,' he said. Itators from Panticton. 


De Gaulle Facinf^ Test 


Fight A-Force, French Cry 


PARIS (Reuters) — 
France's opposition parties ue 
rallying their supporters In an 
all-out bid to block President 
d* Gaulle's bUl ter an In¬ 
dependent nuclear striking 
force. 

Spearheading the drive arc 
Radicals and Socialists, who 
are attempting lo galhar 
enough votes to defeat the MU 
la a national sisambly vota 


after two days of debate start-1 
Ing Tuaaday. 

First lest, due Tuesday la i( 
vote an a Radical party motion 
cxlUng for the assmnbly not lej 
debate the issue, has little 
chance at auccsedingi 

At the same time. SodaUsts 
have givsn notiso, they will 
proposa sending the MU back 
to parliamentary commlaaloiis. 
tW support an integrated 
Buelear ''dissuasion' force 


among the Atlantic alUsnc* 
colintrlts, as proposed by 
NATO commander Gen. Lauris 
Norstad. 

The nudtar atrUte-forc* MU 
palls lor extensive production 
of A-bombs. H-bombs, missiles 
and nuclear-bomb^ ■ r r y I n g 
planes, costing ntarly hidf of 
a pro p osa d C.40(UI0(M)0O flva- 
ycar plan to modernlzt tht 
army. 


DON'T 

MISS 

Tenee Rhodesia 
Bans Meetings 
(Paae 2) 

* * * 

Nkrumah, Si 
Tarsan, No 
(Names in Newt, Page 3) 

* * * 

British Car Makers 
Threaten Revenge 
(Page 8) 

-a * * 

Knifing of Leader 
‘Isolated Incident' 
(Pag* 34) 

* * a 

Face 

Bridge- M 

Coasiaa_tf 

Craaswetd_M 

Finaarial News_!_ g 

Gardea NaSas 11 

Barial_lA Jl, M, II 

e« _N, n 

sairas_U, U 


Asanuma's murder. 

PEACE UEOED 
The sponsors insisted that 
their marchers be peaceful 


urday broke up a damoostra- 
tlon by l.ixn students. 

The students wen protest¬ 
ing against Austrian chargss 
that Italy was discriminating 


and orderly, lest Socialist against the German-speaking 
” ’"‘no'-lly In the Alpine araa 
were a few uniffles ,"' 

between police and 500 left-1'!«''*«* 'he charge, 
wing Zengskuren students, but The students were led by 
police in helmets quickly {neo-fascists, who claim that 
lahed the radicals aside. i the government has not been 
me students wen bruised: strong enough in countering 


and lour arrested. 


' the, Austrian charges. 


owned "honorably" in esst- 
ern Cuba had been taken from 
him. Hla father. WlUlam O. 

Fuller, now Uvea In Miami 
He formerly operated a large 
farm near San German In 
eastern Oriente province. 

NO TESTIMONY 
Thompeon reluscd to testify 
Meanwhile, another miUtary 
tribunal at Havana's La Ca¬ 
bana ralHtary lortreas com¬ 
pleted hearings In a case In¬ 
volving another American, 

LeaUe Bradley ol Minneapolis. 

Bradley and 12 others art 
accused of collaborallng i In 
fake plot to invadt Nicaragua 
from Cuba with offlela] sanc¬ 
tion of the United States In 
carder to embarrass tha Cuban 
rsgime. 

■d,, prosecution in the 
rioting trgiiniem reiterated a; 
denumd tor lAyear terms lor 
Bradley and Nicaraguan exile _ ^ 

Chester Uesya Bailie FOllCe 

NEWS MONDAY nASXxaax/ a 

The Havana military tribunal j Report of two men firing 
sqld the senlencaa would ba' rifles at street lights on Wilson 
announced at • p.m. Monday. ! and Suffolk In Vkloria West 
Modifying his demands, the'brought police cars raring 
prosecution called for only | from the dty shortly beforo 
livs years for Dominican Mlg-1 midnight 
uel Angelo Ramirez and live! Despite a thorough search, 
Cubans and ae(|ulttal for five: the elusive rlflcnien dls- 
other Cubans. He had origin- KPPMrrd down one of lb* 
ally askad IM- Id yean for all deserted stracts. 


WASHINGTON (API-FBI 
rhiaf J. Edgar Hoover said 
Saturday the UR. people an 
being fleeced by the criminal 
element as nevW before. The 
UR. annual crime MU now is 
equivalent to tUB lor every 
man. woman and child In the 
United Stataa. 

“The spectre of Juvenile ter- 
roiicm and gang-style Intimi¬ 
dation hangs menacingly ov*r 
community attar community,* 
the FBI chief said. . 

"Youthful offenders account 
for more than one-tourth at 
the siresu for robberiaa, ona- 
half of the burglary and lar¬ 
ceny arteats and nsarly two- 
Ihlrds of the arresu for auto¬ 
mobile thefts,” he said. 


Rifle Shots 


Disassembled, Pricked in Boxes 


26 Guns Found in Bullet-Holed Car, 
FBI Probes Possible Link to Cuba 


CTHCAGO ;AP)—Twenty-! 
six submachine guns were] 
found Saturday fai a buUet- 
punctured car abandoned In 
Chicago by three men des¬ 
cribed at Latin Aawricans. 
FBI agents Iramedistsly 
opened an Investigation. 


The FBI said It took custody 
c( the cache ol trma to deter¬ 
mine III Jurisdiction in the 
eta*. But Cook County sher¬ 
iffs pollrc. In whoa* dlatrlel 
the guns were found, said they 
completely out of the 

Irast. 


Agents letussd to comment 
on sjwculatlon that tha guns 
were desUnsd for t Latin 
American country. Earlier, tu- 
thortUaa picked up a Cuban 
national for questioning. 

Polic* found the dlsasaem- 


Hypnosis Slims^ Doctor Says 


LONDON (Reuters)—Hyp -1 
nolism can be used to slimi 
a patient and also to Impiaatl 
a Ufetime haMt of eating lesa,{ 
a doctor suggtsti in an artldt 


in the British Journal 
Medical Hypnotism. 

Dr. A. Weinberg says 
would taka six months 


ol 


bled mxchipc guns parietd hi 
boxes in Um trunk and back 
,t ef tha ear In a Chicag* 
suburb. That* was no ammunl- 
Uon. 

The guns bore the markings 
Rock Island Arsenal.' but 
spokesmen said there wer* no 
report* of machine guns mls- 
‘ams from the army arsneel In 
(list Mississippi River town or 
elsewhere In the midwest 
Police said the car bore three 
bullet holes, but that there 
to control his eaUng and ontjwne no leports of the car be- 
to two years for permanent Mng involved In a chase any- 


weekly suggestion aesaloiu 
under hypnosis for a patient 


•<1 adjustment 


Iwhera in UUnois. 


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2 Coloitiot Vktoru, I.C., Su., OcL I(, 1*M 



ALL ABOARD 

With G. E, Mortimore 


Th# boy wa« muttering odd, mixed-up thingi in his 
sleep. 

"There's a mouse, there's a mouse making its nest 
up in the alr,“ he cried out suddenly. 

His fsre w«s hot. He r»dl-i: 7 T,, T 7 

ated heat like a small furnace. ^ 

And he kept on talking in the^ teddy bears, a skunk—and 
middle ot the night. -heaping them on the invalid's 

■TU sharpen your pencil tor bed. 
you." he said, taking pan In His concern was an odd con- 
some imaginary schoolroom trast to his behavior ot the 
scene. "lH sharpen your pen previous day. when he and the, 
eU." older boy had been pummel.; 

In the morning he whined ling and clawing at each otharl 
and ceniphdnsd that his throat for pos ss a s lon ot some toy - 
hurt, and he hadn't slept. Hla now forgotten and yelling 
small brother tried to help by with rage and pain. 

No Healing Effect 

However, plllnc atufled ani-jevoW the Kuard which is 
maU on the older boy's bed'known aa ''favorable expert- 
had no heaMnf effect worth t enoe with ^lnMS’’> the sUte 
mentioning. ^ the boy went' of mind which would make the 
with hla lather into town. i boy look upon a sick bed a« 
"Mij^ht be tonsillitis." theja happy refuge from all 



Rhodesia 


doctor aakL and prescribed $10 
wnrtfe.'of a new antibiotic 
Back at home, the boy looked 
a amaU. qulat flgure In his 
parents' Mg bed. It was diffi¬ 
cult to believe that this was 
the same little ruffian who had 
been whooping and thundering 
around on tha previoua day. 

“My tyas hurt." he com- 
plained. "My head hurts." 

"Oh. that’s .nothing." said 
tha boy's lather, anxious to 


(’he«t Isaiinchcs High-Powered Drive 


Community Chest’s chief Ip a Cad¬ 
illac? Hot here. Executive director 
A. G. Gilmore of Victoria Chest 
trie* out snappy Mercedes-Benz in 
SSkear ■ cgvakAde qi 1961 modeit 
that publicixed Chest (and cart) in 


city streets yesterday. His own car ia 
five - year - old "low - price" range 
sedan delivery. This would be nice, 
Gil thinks — for someone else.—- 
(Colonist photo.) 


Tense Nation 
Bans Meetings 

SAUSBURY (Reuters); other Congo, she must agree I 

-A ban on puBllc meet-|«f“ - 

1 . as.-.’ Before the aokUers went Into. 

ingf came into effect ,h, townships at Sallabury- 
tliroughout Southern Rno- scene of riou which kiUed , 
detia yesterday in the seven Negroea and ln)ured 80 ; 

I wrtnum tn Ncgroca knd wWItei last week- 

latest government move to ^ ^ 

prevent “another Congo p^d leaflets sayAag the mo**' 

in this tenet Central Af- was to protect peaceful citD’ 

rican nation. 

The ban, due to last t 

. White militiamen armed 
month, wss » " » » “ nce d : 

Si Rhodesisn troops moved me Rhodesians ', 

Into Negro townships around and set up platoon posts. 
Sails bury, Bulawayo and About 2.000 troops are being 
Gwelo In a major show of used. 

strength. The ban excludes, - 

only sporting, religious or cuk, . Christian Huygens, the 
tural meetings. I t>urrh msthemsticlan who died 

f®*- *“ fha first to use a 
W AKE or BIOTS pendulum In clocks. 

Tha troop movements caused 
tension to mount throughout 


Station 

Break 

I,OSDON (I'PI) — Tele- 
vtsinn star Chao Canasta 
told his audience last night. 
“I have here all • Infeiwal 
machliw which destroys TV 
lubes." 

CanasU then blew Into an 
Instrument and Shousands of 
letevtataa aa«a aresiad Lam- 
don weat Mark—lor about 4d 


Caaasla ekplalaed It waa 
all a gag, hut 47 viewrra 
phoued the BBC k> mmptala 
that •yttm've mlaad our seta." 


itSi 


troublaa. 

"Soon be all tight." he went' 
on. "Swallow this pill. Think 
about a Mg grean river In S; 
hot country, with palm trees 
and monkeys and rad parreti. 
There'a a brtnvn fiver running; 
Into the green river. Here 
cornea a man Ih a oanoc. Orj 
think about a daaert, 'all aand,i 
hot and dry for hundreds of 


Mhring Vancouver ^fhn 


Mass Underwater Hunt 
For Body Unsuccessful 


this Internally aelf-govemlng 
Brillah colony where bloody, 
riots and ttrikea have erupted 
in the last week. 

Tha general aecreury of the j 
African Nationalist Demo-; 
crttle party. Enos Nkala. toMi 
reporters Friday: “This la a I 
slat* of war ... It could lead 
to something disastrous. 

‘Tt Britain doaa not want an- - 
-r- 


miles, with an oaala bi the 

middle of It." VANCOUVER (CP) — The Ing a prospective buyer out have helped police to speculate 

e 1 1 f'”* phase ol a mass under | In the Sea EsU. The boat was ihst It msde only t brief run 

KiS lieCCS of irOld wsttr starch lor the body oil later found undamaged at an-'around the pe.l meter ot 

"What's an oasis?" the boy refuge in time of trouMe. And buslnsa^nm, DmUMi other whart and wllnmaesiSUnley Para. 

askad drowsUy. *ban ha was asleep 

The ptUs must have 


Rtedx ended yeatarday with¬ 
out a u c c e ai. 

-A nk». «n. fre* sl^■;i 
with trees and flowers and a boy lakped out oi the bUnkets tflvttk-wruty. 
bubbUng spring. In the middl^snd aimed himself fuR tUt at “y®^**®* Une 

of the sand. And a man coo^ l>l» fbthM-. cateMng him In the ^ ”**~*y|^, 

•taeMt-tn. <»■> at flu -■ _ - 1 Ht Of the stoms^ with the »•" ® F wtom off wcatoM 

stasttring out of the tfbaertl. ^ ^ Stanley Park and rapoetM 

with a latchal on hla back. andi,york forcing Mm back under nuthing to aid In tha tcaich. 

ha dumps it out on the grass, the bedclothet again. Nothing Tha atarchtra vrere conoen- 
Blf ptecaa of foM. But he; wrong artth that boy today. It tratlng on tha auapected path 
can’t-lamember whera he dug seemed. |of the 38-faot cruiser Saa Eata 

It up" \ , Nobody knew lor sure what III. owned by Renix. 

"Yes, gold," said the boy. had been wrong wHh him. But 


Ban-the-Ronib Advocate 


Union Chief^s Son 
Joins Atom Plant 


Cuba Tenants 
Given Homes 

HAVANA (AP)-The Cuban 
cabinet yesterday adopted a 
law enabling moat home and 
apartment renters to claim 
ownership ot Iheir dwellings 
after paying rent tor periods 
ranging from five to 20 years. 

The new urban reform law 
annuli all exIstlQg leases and 
subleases, but not apply 
to transient opeN^ns such as 
hotels. 


FREE 


KIT 


_ LONDON tCPi — The son from his giant Transport and 

_______._ The sikyear-M btulnesaman Coualna, BriUln’s; General Workers’ Union. “He 

dutcMng tha remnants af his whatever It was, the magtc pUls, disappeared last month »fter, union leader, has ^ Is Just an ordinary chap suii-i 

knitted wooUan rdbUt-sUU hU had cured It. lielUng hla family he waa tak , • "**' X*-'" country a. Ing a new Job." 

----=-'main atomic plant. I Twenty fouryearnMMichael 

Your Good Health 


Remember Things to Do 
If Severe Stroke Occurs 


. "Obviously I doi)^ want to,Cousins, who graduated re- 
talk about 11." the elder ccntly from Cambridge Uni- 
Couslna Mid before flying to versity. has Joined the techni- 
Moacow Saturday aa a mem. cal staff of the WIndacale: 
ber ol a friendship mission I nuclear plant In Cumberland. 


Make Sure 
Throat 
Cleared 


By a * a 

MflEPR G. MOIJfEB. MO 
By tha law e( avtragaa. 
some of ua will be present 
when a penion has a stroke. 

So I suggest you slow the fa|. 
lowing facts away In your 
memory. Just In case. 

A stroke Is an inlerfereocc 
In the blood supply to some 
portion ol the brain. If the 
supply should be shut off com. 

pletely. death will occur _ 

promptly. But that rarely hap „{ ,'[£■ 
pens. Tbo brain la served by 
an extenalv* oetwork of arter- 


Note ta Mrs. D. P.: Ym. an 
-operation for varicose veins Is; 


Death-Cainp Nazis 
Imprisoned for Life 



. . , . , t 1 . 1 DUESSELDORF Gemanyi A third man waa sentenced 

M performed In a hoaplul. German court len-'m nva years In tall for ald- 

II U not an office procedure Nad con- , , ^' . 

such as removing a mol# or Ing In the wart.me kUUnga at 

the like. |Imprisonment yesterday for,**** notorious 

I murdering Inmates In what the'concentration camp. 

"Dear Dr. Molner: 1 have proaecullon termed "conditions diet 
A severe stroke Is frigblen.. never seen i word In your of complete kestlaUty.' 

Ing ta watch. Thera may be column or elaewhere on th# _ _ 

•"* agihist 6tto"'tohm. SO, a"nd Both Boehm and Hochn wera 

bluing, and, of c^rae the Wouldn t It ^ raasonable to au,u„ Hoehn, 17, were the S5. gutirla at Sachaenhausen 

i^n e^pae M tte p atient e^ent on thia dlaaaae or eon- Everest the court couM give In which more than 5,000 per 

Thia last may bt Dm worst dttlon?—CJ<I.L. tveat Germany which has no sons died during the Second 

* * e death penaKy. World War. 

Gat llM paUent siratched, [•„, guf, t^g, pyg gygr, 
put comiorUMy — ii won’t nttmioned JpckoonUn Mtsuroti 

not? Bectuit 


Spchiennauson 
Thp ver* 
waa pronounced by a 
Duesseldorl court alter a 
The aentoncea handed down I three-week trial. 


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MOVING 

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To Sava Von 
and Money 

PHONE EV E-4til 

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“llfi ar TEENY” 
JMtCaN 

HEANEY 


WIDEX 


The moat pieaaant founds 
in the world come from the 
happy voices of your fam¬ 
ily and friends. We may 
rarely ^hlnk - about such 
everyday things, but they 
arc so important In nuking 
life fuller and richer. Prom¬ 
ise yourself to try a WkSex 
hearing aid today. It will 
become your most precious 
possession. 

Come to the oVfIre and hear 
or have Mr. Tye call at your 
home to give a free dent- 
onstratton. 

CLOUED SATCEOATB 



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•25 ron 8TBER 


"OUR CMLDEN ANNIVERSARY" 

DISPLAY OF INTEREST 
IN OUR WINDOWS 

Featuring lome of the raw mateiiaU and Inatni- 
ments used in the manufacturing of precious Jewel¬ 
lery items. 

Aa maaufacturen of prerions metal Jeweller)-, wc 
have a large aeleetioa of loooe gems from which 
to ehoooe. 

Our Artlaana and Artists Would WHcoma Your 
Enquiries. 

Rsw materials lor IMs tHspiay eourteoy of 
t ONBOUDATED MINING A SMELTING CO. 




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ONE MOUB FREE PABKING—VIEW BT. PABRING 


Ids-Ilke a river formed «I •'“* 

lot of smallet rlvprt. and then I"”* “"J ^fferdnee to him why 


multiple creeks and streomi, rjlfJT ^ •* 'they are one lorm of epilepsy, 


I v, corulnly 
that subjoet In tho 


and brooks and trickles. i t . 

Nrvn Mnnrrn ** supported aUghUy 

NEVB NOnCEO pIBow. a folded 

Some ttrokas are maisive; I Jacket or a towel or two. Make 
■omc an to small that they | sure that hla breathing le 
are never noticed. With thefree: prinetpally. that the 
Uttle atroket. the patient has tongue tioa not fallen bock 
DO knowlsdge Uiat It has hap- 


paned. and thors 
for you to do. 


is nothing 


toward the throat Then—call 
your doctor. 

"Dear Dr. Molner: My wife 

she 


diaenseed 



"Dear Dr. Molner: What do 
you think of BU vitamin abotsT 
I have been taking one a wtek 
for several months and frelj 
better but have noticed a patch I 
ol growth of dark lulr.—Mra. 
R. F." 

e e e 

I think B12 la occaaionally 
Mi l useful In caaet in which the 


PERSONAL 
SERVICE 

On direct removal from any hocpital or home, 
anywhere in the Pacific Northwest, at a substan¬ 
tial saving to the family. , 

Victorio Sidney Colwood 

EV$-7U1 GBS-Mtl OBUItl 


Ivory Portrait 

y-. iShe also knows that salt.-—-— . 

1,111 tdk I lllfxgatl 1 causes ‘water loggln’ in tha tat' patient is obvlouajy deficient in 
VFlll lU Yet In the moiling •**l» vitamin. But I certainly 

SINGAPORE (API—QueOT!the puU ao much pepper on ">*‘*' ***■< edeoiute rest 

Elizabeth will receive a por-1 her poached egg that you a"® Proper load will often do 
trait In ivory, carved by!can’t see the egg.—A D. as much. 

MalayOhlneae scujptor Wonf; * * * ,1 doubt il the hair growth 

Lo-feng. Prime Minister! Let her. Pepper has no food connection with the 

Tengu Abdul Rahman of Ms-’value, and la quite unlike solLj*^**"*'"*- 
toys planned to luind tlie six -1 It does not rauae waler-reten. i ' 

by four Inch art work to theitlon. Of course. If there la a I 

Queen In London on a atop-diet that requires abaenee of I ijCnOOlS ijCe 
over en route to the UnitediMghly .aplead foo<M. that's! 


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States. 


I another matter. 


The Weather 


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.Cmeeat VxHay 


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OCT. Id, INI irjoAnaw _. • 

Sunny. Little change in tern- mmStt . S 

perature. Winds light. . S 

Saturday’s aunahlne,4.hour.'s-tau . u 

Precipitatlen. XM inches. Mon- ivMjuMn T.'. 5 

day's outlook: mostly sunny. I? ..Mj O-krt .■ 

Bacordad Tctiiperafurei UtficM* uai u 

High-.-80 Low _SOlt-!*-**#. 

Forceaat Temperaturaa 

High_60 Low_ 

Sunrise...8.36 Sunset—.5J31 fej- 

East Coast of VancouverirmaiS 

“*1!^ eSSMSem . S 

aunhy to the afternoon. Little — ‘ 

change In temperature. Winds 
Hght. Saturday's high and low 
at Nanaimo, ST and SO; pre¬ 
cipitation, nil. Forecast high 
and low, 60 and 48. Monday's 
outlook: mostly tunny. 

West Coast of Vancouver 
Island—Fog patches and oe- 
eoalonal drixxle. Little change 
to temperature. Winds light 
Forecast high and low at 
Estevan Point, 55 and 4i. Mon¬ 
day'l outlook: cloudy, 
raunuunaao 


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Fire Force 

Students in Central Saanich 
munIcIpaUty wer» treated Frl- 
I day to a close look at their fire 
I department. 

I In ohoervlnt fire prevention 
I week, members ot the muni¬ 
cipality's volunteer fire fighl- 
I tog force toured schools to th* 

L- 

Studenta ot both elemennry 
and high schools had r. chance 
to climb on the trucks, handle 
hoses and generally play at 
being Bremen. 



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Foul Brown Fog 
Irks Neighbors 

LONDON, Ont (CP) A 
new borragt of complatols has 
keen received at city hall from 
west end residents who Mid 
their houses were stained by 
toul smclling brown fog from a 
_. .Tw. • "earby sewage treatment 
F-bT KuTT T Plsnt. Council ia awaiting On 
aaiiM MLTaLB~i tvlo Municipal Board approval 
lina I lisa r*!*** ■ $155-000 schema to over- 
c9u3 IrfiS stlcome the proMetn. 

ISRll SXZl^ IT __ 

ACCRA- Ghana—Trumpeter 
Loals Armstroag. $0. is took- 
ing around Ghana tor a 
retirement homaalte. Hla wife 
Larine uys Louis has a strong 
urgo to settle here. 

V 


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nmm *f •Aaxorx 


your Future is 
all the time 
you have left! 

PLAN IT TODAY 

lavcKUig in die various cissses of cenibcsce oSned 
by The Western Ssvings snd Loan Aiaociaoon will 
give you a secure future: 

* lostaUmeoi Savings Cenihestes 

* Prepaid sad Fully Paid Ccnikcans at CuntM 
Rates 

* Registettd Reiireffient Stvings Plsns 

These He a piobiable, stable means of uving pro¬ 
viding a guatanreed tetura for foods iavtsted, and 
with sddiiiooal tax savings to you uoder out Rcgi»> 
•ated Retsiemcot Savings Plans. 

For a plaiiaed savings progrtm all or wriett 



118 Royal Tnsat BulMIng. Vtrtorio — EV SeWtS 
No obligtiioo, ot couise. 
talMSIti IHTItNAIIOSUt UHlO-t Of •UltOINB 
locienu AND gAVIHOt AMO lOAH AgSOCIATIOHS 


The Greatest Share Goes to 

Help Needy Children 




WANTED 


yours ^ 


No need ia considered so 
urgent na that of chil¬ 
dren who are destitute. 
The Family and Chil¬ 
dren's Service comet 
first to fund dlatrlbullon, 
making certain that 
every cry for help la 
answered promptly. 


RmI FMtbtr Strviets HnI|i a Saara af Ntadi 

Amonc th« twenty-two Red Feather agencies, tito Family and Children'a 
Service receives first consideratioo by the Community Chest. The more 
generous your contribution the more serve you may be In the knowledge 
that the needy children of your community arc receiving proper care and 
attention. 


Vtctohm CyrUr •U ast 

rhs Canadian Menial 

HeaJlA Association 
Canadian ArthritU and 
AAeatnafiam doeiatp 
Canadian ftaHonml 
Institnia far the Bhnd 
Columbia Coast Mission 
Muscular Dgstrophp 
A ss ociation of Canada 
CommanUft Waifaas 
Council 


Canadian Wslfara 

Comaetl 

Society for the ^avsnhon 
of Cnieity to dntoiaii 
ft. /oeeph't Hospital 
Ladier AnxOiarp 
ft. John dlmbiiiance 
Bop Sooutf Assoeiaiien 
Younp Msn's Chrutian 
Assodatiom 

Younp Woman’s Christian 


BjC. Borstal Assaciatian 
Christmas Buraaa 
CUissnf Baersation 
Booms 

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fanahlne Camp 
SttpST rkfeada fereies 
slohn Homard Society 
Family and ChHdran's 
Marvica 

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Decay and Primitive Ways 

Jungle Closing 

'111 


No Work 
No Order 
No Law 


By 

PETEB WOBTHINGTDN 

LEOPOLDVILLE (TNS) 
—Visiting the Congo to¬ 
day you have the diaturh- 
Ing experience of seeing a 
place where civilization is 
disintegrating Instead of 
progressing. 

Once there were about 90MO 
Europeans In the country. 
Now then are an estimated 
1S.OOO -excluding 18.000 UN 
people. 

Even aetting Into the coun¬ 
try can require Ingenuity. 

AIBFUIJMt CUWKD 
When I arrived for my re¬ 
cent Congo asslgnntent. air- 
fielda had been closed by the 
UN to prevent Russian planes 
Irom moving Congoless troops 
around. . 

So at Brazzaville, in the tor- 
Bier French Congo across the 
nver from Leopoldville. I 
hired a primitive dugout canoe 
with a U-hortepower outboard 
piotor. 

NKBVE-WBACKING 
We mads a nerve-wracking 
voyage across the two-mile 
wide Congo river. 

Had the motor failed excite 
ment and an obituary awaltsd 
In rapids and falls down river. 

ALL mCHAOE 
On the LsopoMvIUe side of 
the Congo, everything Is 
chaotic. 

Entry visas arc Incidental, 
and getting ashore con^U 
mainly of pcotesting angrily 
to a man on the dock wearing 
a rag-tag unlfoim. 

ANY CABD 

Shaiwlng any aort of docu- 
menu that look official wlU 
get you Into the country. 

I showed a presa card given 
during the royal visit last 
year; and the man I was with 
displayed a UN. gasoline credit 
card. 

eaocT TOWN 
LaopoldvUlc rsminds you of 
a ghost town. 

Fanner Belgian shops have 
eioasd up and luxurious villas 
are empty. 

At the beach araa, well- 
drasacd Congolese compete 
with ragged youths to change 
your dollars U Coogolm 
francs at varying 
ratas. 

piilsghiatlc women In raliv 
bow-oslsred mother .hubtarUs 
carry bhnehea of badanas-or 
trays of cola—on their hesds 
while balancing babies slung 
on their hips. 

OnBBTTA 8CENE 
Nuns wearing pith helmets 
gathsr In groups at the dock 
to welcome new arrivals or 
ssy farewell to departing 
sisters. They aU seem 
carry umbrellas, and look 
If th^ belong In a.Gilbert and) 
Sullivan operetta. 

LOTS or SOLDBM 
And on the streets are the 
soldiers. 

Blue - hcimeted Ghanaians, 
Tunisians, Soudanese, Morec- 
cans pass the green and cam. 



on Congo 

JSixon Raps Kennedy: 


Stand on Quemoy 
Hikes Risk of War 


In midst of confusion, iife goes on somehow. For 
the native Congo woman above, the baby siung 
over her back must be fed—to she waits to leil 
produce as .Swedish UN troopa move by. 


SPRINGFIELD, lU. (API —,ol both candidates were meet- | 
VIce-Picaldent Richard Nixon ling in Washington Saturday 
aak* Saturday that every dayltc Iron out differences on sr-j 
fienalor John Kennedy “per-1 rsngements for whsi Klein 
aisls In this Irightenlng foolish-1 called the “final” TV debate, i 

ness” over Quemoy and Matsu --- 

“he increases tht risk of war."' 

The error Senator Kennedy, 
makea Is to advocate a change i 
In America’a policy of flrmr- 
neas, la spite of the fact It iai 
a policy which has i worked 
time and again these |4st eight 
years,” Nixon said In a state¬ 
ment Issued as his campaign 
continued from Phoenix, Ariz., 
through Tulaa. Okla., and to 
§prtngfleld. | 

The effect of Kennedy’s i 
statements on Quemoy and | 



Step 


Tito 

Woos 

Church 


JOHN BARRYMORE JR. 
• . • out of jAii 


Nkrumah, Si 
Tarzan, No 
Castro Rails 


Small atorea are being kept, If Leopoldville la -deprem 
alive by UN purchases; blgilni- Stanleyvl^. 1,000 miles 

^ __up the Congo River, Is fright- 

itores are fast becoming | 

small stores as stocks deplete.! There, business activity is 
As supplies drop prices rise. | even less, and hostility to- 
In the European section at I wards foreigners far more In- 
nlght you see tew lights In tense. 

houses. Dogs run wild, gar-' Stanleyville looks as If a 
dens are untended, jo^ are war had struck and departed, 
■caree. , leaving only ruin and misery. 

The jungle creeps in on; Natives are going back to 
what waa once Africa’s roost old ways of Ufe—fishing and 


u . Ml. . 1.1 “K.. HAVANA—Fidel Castro has denounced Tarzao 

to pr^isem to ui enSJlflcnf navies as exalting imperialistic racial discrimination, 
freedom In the world s picture He told a television audience 
of an America divided on this!the African native was always 
great iaaue. 

SURBKNDKK POBITION 
"Therefore." he added. "I call 
upon him again to surrender 
hi own position rather than 
America’s position—to concede 
hla error rather than concede 
blu of freedom to tyranny.” 

Kennedy’s position has been 


: modem dty. 


' primitive agriculture. 


Ghana Envoy ^Outlau^ 


UN Triples Patrols 
To Curb Terrorism 


LEOPOLDVILLE (UPIl 
United Natiens forces tripled 
their patrols here yesterday In 
a bid to curb a growing out¬ 
break of street terrorism be¬ 
lieved launched by deposed 
premier Patrice Lumupibt. 

The heavily reinforced pat¬ 
rols of UN Ghanaian troops 


Grudge 
Behind 
S Firing? 


and police roved through the 
European and African aectdrs 
of the capital afoot and on 
Jeepa 

The move came as strong¬ 
man GoL Joseph Mobutu’s 
regime struck beck at sup¬ 
porters of Lumumba by order 
ing the roundup of persone It 
conaidera ‘‘undaslmblei’ 
DETLABED OUTLAW 

The high commlsaton de¬ 
clared Nathaniel Welbeck, spe¬ 
cial envoy of Ghana president 
Kwame Nkrumah, on “out¬ 
law” and ordered him “shot 
on sight." Guinea’s mission 
rhiel, J. Toukara, waa told to 
get out of the Congo but re¬ 
fused to obey the order on 
grounds It had to be signed 
by President Joseph Kasavubu. 

Both Ghana and Guinea have 


Utat the two Nationalist Chi¬ 
nese islands just off Red 
China’s mainland are inde¬ 
fensible and not worth the 
risk of kn atomic war. 

Nixon calls this “naive and, 
111 fact, dangerously Irrespon- 
aiUe ... the result can only be 
to encourage the Chlncoe Coro- 
munlala to atep up their al- 
tacka.” 

JOIN MAJOBITY 

In repeating hla call on Ken¬ 
nedy to change his position 
Nixon said: “If he does so, he 
will be joining the great ma 
jority of Americans of what 
ever political faith who sup¬ 
port President Eisenhower’s 
wise position (m this aU-im- 
portant matter." 

At Phoenix Nixon served 
notice heU use no notes during 
the next taievlaisa debate witli; 
Kennedy but be’U raise na ob- 
Icctiona if Kennedy does. 

Nlxon'B.presa seciataryi Her¬ 
bert KMn, sold repraoefltatlves 


depicted In the films 
semi-nude savage and never 
as PreaWent Bekou Toure of 
Guinea, now visiting Cuba, or 
President Kwame Nkrumah 
of Ghana. 

* a * 

ROME-Bearded Hollywood 
expatriate John Barrymore 

Jr. 27, got an eight-month afraid I would have been very 


suspended jsU sentence lor 
"wild west scene” In a subur¬ 
ban police station last week. 


He cursed police and resisted Clara Kimball Young, 70 — 
them when they pulled him Hollywood’s first lady of the 
away from the cell of his two gaslight era—died at the roo- 
proapectlve brothers-in-Iaw. ’ tlon picture country home. 

* a * a a a 

SCARBOROUGH — Prime LONDON — MaUyan Prime 
MlaliSpr Mamillkui, attending -Mlnlxler Prince Abdul Rabman 
the Conservative party con-|fl*w to Amsterdam and then! 
ferenee. tried hU luck at a on to London xrith a plan to 
prize drawing and won a xOla tho dispute between In¬ 
bottle of whisky. I donesia and Holland over New 

a a a ! Guinea. 

TORONTO — Jwrice Mini- a a a 

ee FuKoa says court Inter-' WORTWELL, England — 
pretalions of Canada’s new Nrx. .Marion Whlppa, in hos- 
BiU of Rights may uncover i Pl**! w*th a broken leg. said 
federal sututes that restrict :»•» was knocked down by a 
a citizen’s fraedom too much, rabbit. She wax walking her 
a a a l<tog In a field when the rabbit 

PORTPATRICK. Scottand— le»P«l through a fence and 
FloremeChadwkfc.Ugaveup'bowlod h«r over, 
after 14 miles of ths 21-mUe a a a 

ssrim from Northern Ireland CHARLESTON, S.C—Four 
to Scotland, and may not try children in a family that sron 
a runner-up rating in a state 


Your 

Move, 

Comrade 

BEBUN (BMrters) — Ab 
BmI Gcnaui weed cBnrer 

kM iarifti » "Cn—wlit 
dicas mtr ot w«Hi* 

«n iMleM ot royal flfrw. 
TIm kkif 


MONTKEAL (CP> — Fem- . . _ ^ , 

and Qulrion, fired Friday by Lunt.?”**: 

the Canadian Broadcasting,’ ,T*** l»<jng-up foUiwed 
CmnpaiT, has charged that no»| 

only^ he given no notice, 1 •» •« “ 

but hi. pay. due Friday, has*^*'*’ vlcecommlsrioner of 
beenwlthlwld. t w college of hIgK ^mls- 

.a ^ . 1 . a 1 . ‘»ioneri namad by Mobutu to 

ouflafed • hclroetcd Congoleoe Mr Qulrion addM that ha.^^ chaotic Conco. 

troopa. ballavca thara la a connaction 

Tkair • lacaa acarrad with bttwaan tba firing and hii pbai- ordarad out of tha 

as praai^nt of the pro- was Mma. Andrea 

ducars association. Blouln, beauteous 44-yaar«td 

"The producers’ association | who served as Lu* 

won a case involving another rumba's "protocol chief." She 
producer in arbltraUoB." Mr' left by air yesteithy for Parts 
Qulrion said, "and the CBCIend said she would publish in 
doesn’t like the way we are p|.||fiee bar ntemoirs "contain- 
running things now. _jing sensational revelations." 


ara factory warfcars 
to defewea atoforws, btokopa 

are atIUetoa, pawns ara wark 
era af vartoas t ra d es and 
knights become rMer-froe 


Tka ^necn rrulna 


lacaa aenrred with 
tribal pattema, all the Afri¬ 
can troops look vlleroe and 
dangerous. But most are 
friendly If you speak to them. 

On streets broken down cars 
alt ruatlng In tha sun and 
tropical abowers; there are few 
mechitoci left to Lao. 


to depict the 
Inteltlgentiito.** 


la 

"pregreaalve 


METZ, France Fanl Karl, 
a gypsy jailed this week for 
his 17th desertion from the 
French army, has served 10 
years In uniform Instead of 18 
months because of his love 
for the caravan Ufe. 


Names 
In the 
News 


BELGRADE. Yugoslavia 
(Reuters J — President Tito's 
Communist government took| 
a new step toward Improving | 
relations with the Roman 
CathoUc Church Saturday. 

The government’s special 
commission for religious af¬ 
fairs met in Belgrade with rep¬ 
resentatives of regional com¬ 
missions to discuss 1 memo¬ 
randum containing recommen¬ 
dations adopted at a meeting 
in Zagreb late last month of 
24 Yugoslav bishops. 

GOOD BKIJ^TIONH V 

Tito has promoted good rela¬ 
tions with the Orthodox and 
Moslem groups and la trying 
to do the same with the 
Catholics. His relations with 
the Vatican had been under 
strain since the Second World 
War because of his treatment 
o* the late Aloysius Cardinal 
Stepinac, prinrMte of Yugo¬ 
slavia. 

Informed quarters said cur¬ 
rent developments could lead 
to the re-establishment of di¬ 
rect ties .with the Holy See. 
Yugoslavia severed, diplomatic 
relations In 1952. 


Kalto fIntonIsL VkHfia 
Oct. 14, 1940 


NEW DIETARY 

SUPPLEMENT 

\ 

WAMPOLE 

LETHINAL 

SOYA LECITHIN 


THE ULVtTIOM ARMY 



HARVEST SERVWES 

II ».•. ssS TJt 
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WtS.. t S-M.. FiMb—I lls • Fr»F«r 
ALL WBLCOni 


AVAkAKE AT 
All DRUG STORES 


rude." 

it it ir 

HOLLYWOOD ~ 


Actress 



aU-America famUy*' contest 
'are in serious condition from 


it it "it 

NEW YORK — Btra. Tmms. 

Caanaa, who quit 'Tuesday as hammer beatings apparently 
an ambaasadw to Cuba’s UN administered by their mother, 
delegation because she was fed Mrs. BoonSe Prohaaka, now 


up with FMel CaaCro’a "poUce 
state," denies claims she was 
fired because she wouldn't go 


under psychiatric care. 

it it it 

LONDON-Pte. 4okn Blrkto 




^Ot/A/r 



home to explain “inefular a(^ltont an irate letter to hla kxxl 
tlvltleo.” • I paper, which had printed a 

a a a | xtory by an army preaa offlcer 

NEW YORK—Mn. FrajUtUa tl.at Blrkln happily aicned up 
D. Booaeveit aaid the and Pre- lor a Iona tww hitch. *1 hate 
mler KhraahciieT dlacuaaed the'the army,” Blrkln wrote from 
economy of Ruiola In their re-1 hla Singapore barracka, where 
cent meeting—but avoided hla he haa bean counting the days 
UN speeches because "I’mluntil his draft period la up. 


Martin to RaUf Banner Oct. 24 


Uitited Nations Flag to Fly 
At Legislative Buildings 

United Natlona Day, on Oct. Extension Society to heor Dr. 
24, will be observed at 11 a.m. | Albert Lepawikl of UBC dla- 
when, as acting pcamier.lcuas the signldcance of Inten 
Health Minister Eric Martin national technical assistance, 
raises the UN flag in front of! The meeting will be held in 
the legislative buildings. ithe auditorium of Victoria 
Officers and members of the|^U*8* at 8 pzn. Oct. 31. 

UN 



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interest earnings! 


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AasocUtion will be in 
Attendance at the ceremony. 

The UN i^ssociation will 
join forces with the University 





•unxc MIMCIMI frooi the itinerant peddler or the corner 
quack is a dangerou, practice. Many people take medicine 
afaaotr constantly althou^ tliey do not aeed it at all. 
Many atker, take oanliciiie entirely unauited to the par¬ 
ticular illneu fron which they suHer. Why lake ,uch 
uanecMury duutese? Your health u your- most raluaUe 
poswMioa. When you are iU, tee your phyiicien- Then 
btioi the prsacriptioa be hand* you to u, for coBpounduig. 


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Morning Promenade . . . 


1858 


“.4/1 Independent Mewapa/ter, i OAfi 

The Organ of No Clique or Party" li/DU 

PuUl<h«d tvery morning except Monday by the Colonist 
Publlshere Ltd. at 3631 Etouglas Street, Victoria, RC 
RICHARD J BOWER, Editor In<3ilel 


PAGE PQJUR 


SENDAY, OCTOBER It, It 


City Hall Proposals 


'T^CE In B yew or to the city 

council has been approached by 
different interests with offers to build 
a new dty hall as an Investment for 
private profit, with the city leasine 
rather than owning the building. 

The second proposal, discussed by 
council in cloe^ session for prelim¬ 
inary study last week, envisages a 
combined dvic and private office 
building with stores at ground level 
on the eite* of the present decrepit 
>ukU. There are indirations also that 
the first proposal, by another group 
of prindp^ is to be resubmitted in 
modified form, so that the council 
is not limited to a single choice. 

The dty sbould and unquestion¬ 
ably will examine all such projects 
with the utmost rautkm. However 
attractive thg terms may appew to 
be, the paramount consideration 
must be the protection of the rate¬ 
payers against any possibility—no 
matter how remote it may appew to 
be in good times—of becoming re¬ 
sponsible for someone else’s mortgage 
commitments: in other words, of 
being stuck with a white elephant. 


The opportunity to obtain a mod¬ 
em and urgently needed civic build¬ 
ing witli apparently neither effort 
nor expense in connection with its 
design, construction and financing 
may contain strong appeal to a 
council whose own past efforts 
have been frustrated for one cause 
or another. But that must not blind 
the aldeimen to any of the possible 
eventualities; or to the fact that Vic¬ 
toria’s credit position stands so high 
that it does not need to rely on pri- 
rate investors to raise the money for 
a necessary public building. 

Nor is an initial saving of money 
to the dty the sole or perhaps even 
the primary consideration. 'This and 
any other promotion of a like nature 
must be studied in relation to the 
long-range plan to create a dvic cen¬ 
tre on Cathedral Hill, on which a 
start has been made in the construc¬ 
tion of the new court house. The 
plan now before the council would if 
accepted entail virtual abandonment 
'of the Cathedral Hill vision so far 
as the central unit of it is concerned. 



Sea waO sa Dallaa Rood. 


w eiciL euaa 


T hink i ng Aloud of 

Writing to Create Pictures 




Indians and Liquor 


VIEWS 

V f.r> 


on matters of Indian wel¬ 
fare expressed by the Roman 
Catholic a r chb is hop of Vancouver 
command great respect not only be¬ 
cause of Archbishop Duke’s personal 
eminence but also because of the im¬ 
mense amount oi work his church 
does in the native communities of the 
province. Nevertheless, even a prelate 
may err In a matter of opinion such 
as that created by the diacriinination 
existing in the liquor laws of B.C 
with rrapect to the native population. , 

IQs Grace, after a tour of Indian 
miasiom, has stated that he found 
evidence of misuse of liqdor among 
the Indians of central British Colum¬ 
bia, «id advances that as an argu¬ 
ment against liberalizing the law to 
accord to the Indians the same priv¬ 
ileges as those enjoyed by others. 

But surely H Is the very practice 
of paternalistic discrimination which 
encourages abuse. Not alone among 
native populations has It been demon¬ 
strated that the forbidding or with¬ 
holding of anything whets the desire 
lor it Uidortunate experiments with 
prohibiUon proved the truth of that. 

Because it Is made difficult to get, 
because there is profit In supplying 


It unlawfully, are in the opinion of ' 
students of this social problem two 
of the main reasons why liquor is 
misused by some of the Indians, just 
as it is in simllw circumstances by 
white people. 

Again, His Grace says that the 
Indian people should first prove 
themselves worthy of every liberty, 
by thrir sobriety, industry and good 
moral conduct ^t in the matter of 
liquor how can they ever demon¬ 
strate these qualities until they are 
accorded the same rights as the rest 
of the people? To relegate them to 
the status of Smnd-clM citizens is 
to deny them forever the opportunity 
to adjust to common stan^rds. 

This is not to suggest that liquor 
would be good for the Indians, any 
more, than it is for others; merely 
that no-one, neither Indian nor white 
man, can develop moral strength and 
resistance, to any evil unless given 
the chance to do so. It seems logiral 
to suggest, with all deference to the 
archoishop’s opinion, that emancipa- 
tioqairofn discriminatory restraint 
would accomplish a great deal more 
good thasr attem p t s —shown to be fti- 
tile—to shelter the Indians from 
temptation. 


New Stimulus Required 


'pLANS for co-ordinating the rec- 
* teational progfams of the four 
Victoria municipalities invite a re- 
niinder of the need for extensive pro¬ 
motion of athletics and physical well¬ 
being all across the coun^. Some¬ 
thing in the nature of a Canada 
Council for sports and athletics is 
required. 

Great Britain has recently come 
to a similar conclusion with ^ pro¬ 
posal that substantial state grants 
should be devoted to athletics of vari¬ 
ous kinda 'This has been sparked in 
part at least by the s ome wh at disap¬ 
pointing showing of British athletes 
at the Olympic Games. 

Canada has much more reason 
than Britain to be concerned about 
ha Olympic record, and undoubtedly 
it is the lack of facilities and proper 
training and encouragement that 
hampers Canaifian athletes when 
competing against the world’s best. 

l^ysical well-being is not merely 
a matter of Olympic triumph, but 


]t«t as national stature depends on 
trade, enterprise and character, so 
£i athletic ability a criterion of the 
standards that prevail. 

Apart ahogether from Olymbiad 
competition athletic acthdty k valu¬ 
able to the health of the nation and 
the vigor of its younger citizens. 
Commentators from Prince Philip 
down have drawn attention to the 
physical condition of Canadians, 
wIM suffers from the amenities of 
the automobile age that put personal 
^ort at a diicmmt. . 

A whole new stimulus to physical 
well-being is required, complete with 
facilities for proper training and de¬ 
velopment. Not only would this raise 
the general health of the nation but 
it would enable Canada’s colors to 
be borne in competition with greater 
distinction. 

What the Canada Council is doing 
for the arts and complementary aids 
should be duplicated by an equivalent 
in the realm of sports and athletics. 


Romance of Our Hymns , . . . . . By Kathleen BlancHard 

‘The Sower Went Forth’ 


Xl^EN Prebendary W. St HIO Bourne 
W was a young man he waa In charfe 
of a church et the pretty Kentish town of 
South Aihlord. England. The town was 
populated chiefly by men who were em- 
pi^ed on the railway, and within caay 
reach of their workshops in London. 

The young clergyman was tilled with 
enthusiasm for his work, and alive with 
zeal lor advenoement of the Christian 
church. 

Then came the evening of July 35, 
UT4. The Scripture Leison was taken 
from St Matthew XIU. vtr. 3.18: * . . . 
Behold a lower went forth to sow; and 
whan ha lowad. soma a aeda fell by the 
wiyalde, and the fowla came and devoured 
them up; aome fell upon stony plaoaa;^ 
where they had not much esrth; and 
forthwith they sprang u[x and because 
they, had no root, they withered away.” 

St Hill Bourne looked around the 
eager laces In his full church, and he 
felt that here Indeed waa the ground to 
tow the Maatar'i seed. He pencilled tho 

The sower went forth sowing, 

Tho seed In secret slept 
Through weeks of faith and pabenew 
TUI out the green blade crept; ‘ 
And warm'd by golden aunahlno 
■■’’And led by illver rain. 

At last the fields wan whiten'd 
To harvest ones agairi. 

O pralaa the haavanly sower. 

Who gave tha fruitful seed, 

A^ aratch'd and miter'd duly, 
ripen’d lor oar ueod. 


words of the hymn that evening without 
any effort 

This hymn waa often sung bt hta 
church, set to an appropriate tunc. But 
when tha new hymn book—Hymns An¬ 
cient and Modern—waa being prepared, 
the editor asked if Viey might use tha 
hyma It waa at once sent to Sir Frederick 
Bridges, the organist of Westminster 
Abbey, with the request lor a tune. 

When Sir Frederick received the hymn, 
he waa passing through a great sorrow 
in hia home. Hla dear littla daughter, 
Beatrice, lay dying. 

Struck srith grief. Bridges did not read, 
tha hymn at Iht moment, but he related 
aftei w a r d i that when ha raid tha Mat 
verw of the kmly Hnes hta whole heart 
leapondod, and he declared the writing 
of hia tunc to be quite cUflercnt from 
anything elae he l^d dona. 

Tha exquisite / melody, St Beatrice, 
was named aftar(sir Frederick Bridges’ 
much-loved dsngh^. R was to dadioated. 


BetKdd! the hbavenly tower 
Goaq forth with better teed. 
The word of sure salvation. 

With hands and feet that bleed; 
Hera In Hla church ’tls scattered. 
Our spirits are the toil; 

Then let an ample fruitage 
Repay Hla pain and loiL 
Oh. beauteous la the harvest. 
Wherein aB goodness thrivat. 
And this the true thanksgiving, 
Tha flrat fruits of ouf Uvea .. . 


. of thoet—and ihtpa—and seat 
arax—of cabbages and kings.* 

■y TOM TAYLOR 

T he world series came and went 
last week and while it waa full of 
drama and prims donnas it took a 
back teat to other, intcmaltonal, 
prims donnas and dranutic aequence. 
This would be the first time in its own 
bailiwick that In' October baseball 
waa not the national pastime across 
the line. 

A star foreign pitcher entered the 
arena, U star be the correct term, to 
throw verbal brickbata and even take 
off hia shoe—which no world aeries 
player did. The UN forum displaced 
the baseball diamond Sa the acme Of 
public attention. 

Now the “Star' Itas gona and we 
can breathe quietly tor a few days at 
least Bad raanneri grow boring, 
w w ■* 

Thera la a eonilimlng Ictacy left 
behind, St course; the troubled world 
scene tram' which there aecma no 
escape. Only a person who diever 
reads a newspaper or magarine, or 
listens to ra^ or telcvlaloa, can 
avoid the Impact of disturbing evanta. 

Peace of mind la hard to coma by 
theae days. 

■* a ■* 

VIoe-Praaldent Nixon raises 
another hair on tbs neck when ha 
says that tha Chlnaac ialanda of Qua- 
moy and Matsu are Inviolate territory 
and must be defended. By contrast hia 
pnaidentlal opponent. Senator Ken¬ 
nedy, declares these are not worth 
risking a war lor. 

Indeed they are not and even a 
layman looking at a map can ate It Is 
fictitious to claim they are nectaaaiy 
to the military defence of America. 
The UR la touchy on the subject of 
the two Chinas, but It patently la 
absurd that Formosa should alt In tha 
UN as the representative of China. If 
America ever went to wrar over Matsu 
and Quemoy aha wrould be kit alone 
to do the fighting. 

a * ■* 

Sooner or ktar realiara will have 
to prevail and Red China be admitted 
to the UN. Formosa need not thereby 
be handed over to the Peiping regime. 

A solution could be found In acknowl¬ 
edging Formosa as a stparalc atata, 
under UN protection If need be. 

But memories die hard and the 
Korean campaign atUl rankles la 
aoma American minds. 

♦ a * 

As a former wrorid diplomat Mr. 
Lester Pearson joined with current 
kaues last week when ha said that 
if ha were at tha UN he would pro¬ 
pose a commlaalon of middk powers 
to draft a disarmament treaty. Such 
a treaty, being the viewpoint of a 
commiaaion, unhampered l>y consld- 
cratlona of cold war sirategy, “would 
be difficult for tha makr powers not 
to accept." 

This sounds very well en a pubUe 
pktlorm but It la surprisingly nalva 
coming from Mr. Pearson, who of all 
peopk well knows that it k a terribly 
hard job to penuada major powers 
to anything they don’t like. 

The past few weeks of UN 
assembly have surely diown beyond 
all doubt, If previous experience were 
not sufficknt, that the Soviet Union 
lor one does not find the slightest 
difficulty In not sccsptlng the recom¬ 
mendations of other peopk. Neither, 
for that matter, does the VB A. 

* * * 

As a cloaurt thcra k tha nawa 
nota that the Makyan prime mtnlater 
will discuss two probiema with Mr. 

I Dkfenbaker thk wsak, to wit; tha aa- 
pulalon of South Africa from tha 
Coramonwealth and hk worrka about 
tha Communist manaea In Southaoat 
Ask. 

Ha should perhaps stick to tha 
troublaa in bis own backyard, which 
one might conclude were worry 
apienty. There will be t» hope for 
South Africa if she k thrown to tha 
Ve r woerd wolves; but there will be 11 
aha rsnulns aubject to the modifying 
Influences of the Commonwealth, 
Apropos of which South Africa’s 
foreign aecretary got in a dig when ha 
charged at the UN that rackl arwl 
minority diacrtmlnatlon prevails in 
India. Norway, Sweden, Liberia, 
Gh/ma. Saudi Arabia, and other Afri¬ 
can and Middk East countries. So 
many peopk live in glaaa houses, in¬ 
cluding North America. 


T he basic aklU in every profeialon 
atKl in most bualneasea la the abil¬ 
ity to organka and express ideas in 
writing and in speaking. 

Language k the moat momentous 
product of tha human mind. Between 
the clearest animal call of love or 
warning or anger, aixl man’s most 
trivtal word, there Uea a whok day 
of creation—or, as we would say it to¬ 
day, a whok chapter of evolution. 

A businessman U not callsd upon 
to prsient the ekgance of a wit, a 
mveliat or a poet. He must express 
himself accurately, dearly and 
brlafly, but he need not denude hla 
language of beauty and appeal. 

Tha purpose of tha writer k to 
commurtcate cUsctlvely. He needs a 
feeling for writing the right thing 
in the right way ai the right time; 
nqt a bare bones rcdtal of facta, un¬ 
less in a ipeclfkation or legal docu¬ 
ment, but a composition of words 
which will convey hla meening and 
hk sentiment 

Thk requiree use of Imaginatka, 
which is the corner-stone of human 
endeavor. John Maacfkld. the Post 
Laureate, wrote: “Man's body k 
faulty, hk mind untrustworthy, but 
hk b n aglnatien has made him re¬ 
markable." 


(Fnm The Royal Beoh ef Caoade Moirthly LeMer) 

ahufflsd off thk mortal coU, con- 
seknee doth make cowards of ua aU. 
* * * 

JF the imagination k to yield any 


racoiling from tha footprint in the 
sand; Homer gave us Achilles shout¬ 
ing over against the Trojans and 
Ulysses bending the great bow; and 
Bunyan gave ua Christian running 


■* 

W RITING Imaginatively 

be taught. It can be studied la 
examples — the writings of Dafoe, 
Shakespeare, La Fontaine and Jules 
Verne show what can bt dona, but 
not how to do it In this, writing k sa 
a par with art and the product of an 
artisan's hands. The painter can na 
more convey the secret of hk tmag- 
inatlva handling of color then tha 
plumber can tcocta that littk extra 
touch be .gives a wipad JohiL All 
three, srrlter, artkt, artisan, have 
ascicta springing from within. After 
kerning the prindpke, they go on to 
produce their works Inspired by tha 
dignity of aocompUahment dua la 
their gifts. 

Look at the drama built into mun 
events by choice of words and uad of 
imaginaUan; Dofoa gava ua Cruaot 

■*_ 


cannot 


from the tempter with hia fingers in 
his ears. None of these was an epic 
event, but by their mastery of putting 
imagination into their communication 
theae writers paintad scenes which 
stirred ua in the reading and Unger in 
our memories. 

* * w 

T his sor* of writing U not ao 
aimpk a thing as fluency, which 
aoap-boz orators have in abundance. 
It is not so aimpk a thing as gram¬ 
matical exactitude, which can bt 
hammered Into boys and glrU by a 
teacher. 

But when it U properly done, 
Imaginative writlag k very powerful 
Look at Cyrano da Bergarac In tha 
drama by Edmond Roatand. The hero 
waa valiant and romantic, but very 
acnalllvc regarding the size of hia 
nose. This aenaitivity prtvented hla 
making hk court to the beautiful 
Roxone, but he svrote ardent kttera 
to her lor a handaome and stupid 
friend. The power of the written 
word won Roxane't love for hit 
friend. 

Our urritlag cicalct pictures in the 
readet'a mind. We use metaphors ts 
aharpen aad aiatend the reader's 
understanding of our ideas by pre¬ 
senting him with bnagea drawn from 
the world of sensory experience: “She 
has rosea In bar checks; he has tha 
heart of a Uon.'^ If we ray that a 
brook k kughing bi the sunlight, an 
Idea of laughter intervenes to syro- 
bolira the spontaneous, vivid activity 
of the brook. 

In 240 words of a alngk soliloquy 
of Hamkt, Shakespeare gives ua 
thcaa Imaginative phrases, now part 
of our everyday language; to be or 
not to be, the kw'a deky, the Uiaol- 
ence of office, tha undlocov’d country 
from whose bourne no traveller re- 
tarns, the sUngs and arrows of out- 
rateoua fortune, 110 a conaumnsatlon 
devoutly to be wish'd, thera's tha rub. 


product useful to the writer. It 
must have received material from tho 
external world. Images do not spring 
out oI a dcaeit. 

The writer will train hk mind tn 
roam, to seek lood. to exptiienra 
events. He will read widely, obaeqving 
words at work In a multituda of cqm- 
binationa. 

They are probably beat who, hav¬ 
ing a subject on which they wlafa ts 
express themselves, sit down to write 
about it tn a loving way. As Cyrons 
de Bergerac descr i bed hk geniua; *1 
have but to ky my soul besidt my 
paper, and copy!" 


The Packsack 

pt ORRGORY CLARK. 

T ie word "cheap" k 
dil 


Time Capeule 


By G. E. Mortimore 


Pesky Reporters' 


wntUiAM 
W KINO’S 


LYON MACKENZIE 
KINO’S Ubenik swept bock 
lata efflee 18 yonn age In oaa of tha 
greatest polHiesl kndandea of Can¬ 
ada’s hktnry. 

They dclMted R. R Bennett's Coo- 
servaUvas, who had suffered the mis¬ 
fortune of coming into ottloc Just as 
tha Great Depression began. 

UberaU secured 168 seats In tha 
243ieat House of Commona They 
would also have the support of lour 
Independent Liberals and two Lib¬ 
era l-Pragrasalwea. 

Tha Rsconatructionist party, 
which had spilt the Conservative vole 
In a number of ridings, was wiped 
out, except for its kader. H. H. 
Stevens, who waa elected in Kootenay 
East. 

SocUl Credit secured 17 seats; 
CCF eight. 

Whik Benito Mussolini's Fascist 
troops taught their way into Elhiopk 
against tha brave defence offered by 
pooriy-armed and half-noked irreg- 
ulart, the League of Nations moved 
pondero u sly to punish Italy by cut¬ 
ting off har trade. 

Britain was massing troops in 
Egypt, and the Royal Navy's Medlt- 
tarranean fleet prepared tor action in 
cast of an Italian attack. 

* * * 

I wagtag a lelaareljr war 
wBd tnhataUaeils of Far- 
. M yean ago. 

Ident-Genaral Koizumi, who com-' 
mandsd tbs Japanase forces tn the 
Formosan rampaigo against the 
notlvoa, (has) returned to Japan. He 
said 0ut the Japanese farces were 
now engaged tn making wire cn- 
tangleoimla and strings of Uock- 
housea, pushing forward their line, 
and no lighting was going on at pros- 
anL 


"Preaenta of milkt and flour wars 
sent to the Japanese troops by tha 
enemy shortly before he kft and ha 
had returned presents of bread and 
fined provisions. 

“Meanwhik the preparatlona to 
pocUy or subdue the Formosans went 
on. The Gaogan tribe was giving tha 
most retisunce, the Japanese losses 
against them being 300 killed." 

♦ a ♦ 

C OMSBING a Royal tour was a 
dtffteaH job for aewspoper ra- 
pa rt e rs H8 years ago—Just as M k 
today. 

Tha Prince of Wales—Uter to be¬ 
come Edward VII—waa touring “the 
Canadas." Those remote Eastern ler- 
rltorlea, not hnkod with the Facilic 
Coast by any railway, were another 
country In those days to Vancouver 
Island and British Columbia. 

The editor of the BrIlUh ColonUt 
newspaper in Victoria felt free to look 
down with lofty disdain on tha ellorU 
of foreign newspapermen to gather 
Royal trivk lor their readers; 

"Nowapaper Bores. The Prince of 
Wales, during hia Itovek through the 
Canadas, has been annoyed by the 
presence of a number of newspaper 
scribblers who rapresent the prindpU 
CanadUn and Unitad States papers. 

These Chapa have for\yM them¬ 
selves everywhere, and proved great 
Bulaances. The correspondent of tha 
New York Herald klely wrote to that 
paper that 1116 winking movement of 
(the Prince’s) right eye attracted gen¬ 
eral ramark.' 

“Lately, whik about to creoa to 
the American side in a atoambeat, 
the Duke of Newcaatk gave orders 
that none of theae aewapapor pasta 
should be allowed aboard. 

“Before fhe boat storied, hoorever, 
they all stowed away In the hold.* 
—rant coUMiiBT rnoa 


now very 

difficult to use. Once upon a Ume 
It had a aimpk and handy meaning- 
It oomea from the old EngUah word 
“ceap.* which meant a bargain, with¬ 
out any aaaedatlon with ahoddlneaa. 
But In modern times, like so many 
goad aid fashkwed words, Ua aManlng 
baa been atoodily diluted and oltend 
until It moons oosMlhing fairly cloaa 
to tha word “cheat* Whan wa aay on 
article or a man k cheap. It k about 
the most we can ray in derogatlba 

The word we want nowadays k In- 
expensivo. 

A lady tn a mink cape and the 
airs of a femak grandee, whatovor 
that word la, came up beahk me 
when I waa choosing a necktie in the 
gents' furnlahinga. She took my dark 
from me oa slickly as though I had 
not been there at^alL 

"I want' she' said, 'soma Inex¬ 
pensive necktks. I have a crowd of 
young Air Force boys Ui dwks com¬ 
ing to my place on leave, and I want 
to givt Uiem soma Uttk gift" 

The clerk showed her aome at 83, 
some at $130. aonto at $1. and finally 
from under the counter got some at 
78 cents. 

Thay wan jwt laaopenaivo. They 
rvere cheap. ■ 

She took 10 of them. And do you 
know something? I bet they warcnl 
for any young Air Force boys at aR 
I bet they were for hhr husband. 

Poor guy! 


I 


No Neutrality 

F an attack came, Canada would ba 
in the war, like It or not. Further¬ 
more It ia almost aerlaln that any 
such blow would ba dellvarcd acrosa 
the North Polar region and so directly 
across Cknodo. It is fatuous lor any¬ 
one to luppoae that the enemy would 
make a distinction between our main 
industrial ctntrea and thoaa. of our 
alllea to tha south. 

In a nuclear war there would ba 
few if any neutrak. Certainly wt 
could not be among them, no matter 
what our wiahaa. 


With the Classics 

Fear wtah not to avadt as 
Lova wish to poraue • 

Still with unhurrylng chase. 

And unpertujlicd pace. 

Deliberate speed, majeatie 
Instancy, 

Cams an the following Fast, 

And a Voice above their beat— 
"Naught shelters thoa, who wttt 
not shelter Me." 


* * * 

These, in tha day when haavea 
was falUng, . 

The hour wbon earth’s tounda- 
tiona fled. 

Fallowhif their marecnory 
calling 

And took their wagaa aad an 

dead. 


















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Bailit (Talmiiat Vkterk, I.C. W, Oct K, liM j 


Notebook of Faith 

r 

Fabians Overestimated 
Goodness of Humanity 

By ERNEST MARSHALL HOWSK 
The welfare sUte of England beam the image and 
■uperscription of the Fabian Society. For good or ill, 
Indeed for both, this extraordinary company of men 
and women—who took their name from the Roman 
general Fabiua, becauae he knew both how to wait 
patiently and when to itrike hard—have unique 
rceponaibillty for fashioning poat>war English lociety, 
and for ihaping the deatiny of democracy in the Weat- 
om world. 



After Trade, External Affairs? 


Hees* Star Rises in Shuffle 


Th* rabUni were never ^ n«nea. 

more than j tiny minority. 

They oouM Uat only a few. *• •« Jokfw- 

thousand In total mcmbenhlp on 

When. In 1945, 230 PaMan can- 

dtdateo dominated and con- kSL 

boiled the Uhor fovernmwtt'^ 

And even that small company 

was dominated and ‘nspIrrtlSr 

a still smaller company of 

.uu soauer company greatly detastod; 


creathre minds.. 


and with sound reason for 
This Inner circle comprised both 
an tmpresslve extraordinary i But whatever their defects 
raster of English brains. That they provided England with a 
anuzing couple Sydney and I pattern of socialism which 


Beatrice Webb — two type¬ 


writers that clicked as one— and which believed In that 


Bernard Shaw. H. G. WelU. 
Ramsay MacDonald, K e 1 r 
HanUs. Harold Laski, Virginia 


owed nothing to Kari Marx, 


measure of reform that could 
be achieved through represen¬ 
tative democracy. 


Naive Belief 


hi tho flrst systematic story 
af the Fabian Society This 
Uttle Band of Phoph^ tho 
author, Mrs. Ann Frsemantle, 
who grew up In the company 
of the Fabian families, re 
marks frequently on a singu¬ 
lar Fabian characteristic. They 
had a naive belief In the 
natural goodnem of man. The 
Fabians thought, as the Util- 
ttarians before them had 
thought that It was necessary 
only to make human beings 
well and happy and they would 
naturally be good. 

The aoriy Fabians, says Mrs. 
Freemontle. had a great dle 
llke tor stupidity but no con- 
esptlon of sin. They believed 
that paoce. prcoperlty and 
progr es s would be the natural 
eourse of civllixatlon. They 
were Indeed IncUnod to think 
that nothing more was re¬ 


quired for the millennium than 
to get rid of the capitalists and 
lot nature toko Its course. Baa- 
trice Webb hersell wrote In 
her diary bi the year 1890, "I 
have stakod all on the as- 
sentlal goodness of human 
nature." , 

Many years later she added. 
"Looking back I realize how 
permanent are the evil tan- 
pulses and instincts of man— 
how little you con count on 
changing some of these for 
Instance the greed of wealth 
and power—by any change In 
machinery. We must be con¬ 
tinually asking for better 
things from our own and other 
pereenF human nature... No 
amount of knowledgs or 
sdeitpe will be of any avail 
unleu we con curb the bod 
Impulses and set free the 

--m Ig 

(vOBv 


Deeper Insight 


At the time she wrote her 
eemment Baatrioe Webb hod 
arrived at a deepe r Insight and 
wisdom than many af her fsi- 
lew Fabians aver raochsd. 
Most of them did net think 
that there could be any danger 
ta any sodaty where everyoae 
was property fed oiul properly 
clothed and property houasd. 
They certainly did not sven 
dream that it might be more 
af a slave society than It hod 
bssn bi the days of Its poverty, 
hardship end tott. 

It would have pa sse d their 
eomprehtnslon that a modem 
scientific civilization could be 
a civilization of declination 


|oentrcs, and slave labor camps. 

The Fabians never faced 
the truth that had been writ¬ 
ten Iminemorially In the 
myths of the race. In Paradisa 
It was at the place of man's 
greatem possible happiness 
that he wflfully and deliber¬ 
ately choee evU. Mrs. FT 
mantle points out their early 
optimistic literature sounds 
today curiously unrealistic be¬ 
cause they did not understand 
th* real nature of man. Their 
detlcleney was that though 
they knew much ef men's 
natural hunger when they 
came to his spiritual thirst 
the well was dmp, and they 
had nothing to draw with. 


Letters to the Editor 


Be Patient 


Heading the morning paper, I see that unemploy¬ 
ment will be the mein iMue tor the Uberals In the by- 
stacdon In Esquimalt-Saanich riding. 

One would think that Canada was the only country, 
and the province of B.C. especially, that had uncipploy- 
mrnt. The UA. has millions out of work. And It applies 
to every other country. Automation Is largely to blame 
ter It- 

During the hungry 30 b when the Liberals were in 
power, unemployment was so bad that nearly every day 
Bomsoiw was at one^s door, asking for work or help of 
sonw Und. The government then in power did not ex¬ 
tend the help to the asms extend our Conservative gov¬ 
ernment at Ottawa Is trying to do new. The oppoeltloCi 
parties find very pnle to condemn, so unamployrnent Is 
the target. 

The world hoe never gone through such times os we 
are having now, so let us be a llttk more patient, and 
have less of fault-finding. 

OLIVE D. V. WILBON. 

XM Harriet Road. 

For a Better Deal 

"Food for Hungry Urgently Needed." We read thU 
on Thanksgiving Sunday. Isn't it past tinw some action 
was taken to eliminate this shameful situation It we ore 
to doss ourselves se a democratie Christian nation. 

While unampleyment exists married women whose 
husbands ram a lair wage should not be permitted to 
hold Jobe. This would also cut down delinquency, and 
weliare expenditure. 

Such vacancies would also make work available for 
phvsisally fit men and selleupporting women In the 85 to 
TO sge bracket who have been forced Into retirement and 
semi-starvation for five years. 

This existing unlust situation should be rectified 
either by paying oMage pensions at the age of 65 or 
giving this group the right to continue work. If the Brit¬ 
ish government Is sUe to pa> oMage pensions to women 
at the age of 80 and men at 85, surely In this land of 
plemy our citizens ore entitled to a better deal/ 

MARY WRIGHT. 

105 Vancouver Street 


First-Born in March 
Brightest in Family 

KANAZAWA, Japoa (LTl)—Shbrnka Cal- 
versitj payebologists report that their threa-jrear . 
sMy af 10,SM priaMwy seh<^ ehUdrea lesolted 
hi these llatHagis: 

Tha tirst-bora la waaU; the hrichteot hi the 
faasily. 

‘The asaarteat ehndrea are bom hi March, 
toBowrd by thaae bom fai February aad Jaotnry. 

Childrea with the lowest hitelligeMie an bom 
hi May aad dime. 


GEJORGE HEES 
,.. heir apparent? 



DAVIE FULTON 
.. . still contender 


By CLYDE BLACKBLRN 
OTTAWA (TNS) — 
Prime ministers of Canada 
uxually have had colleagues 
close to them who could 
be looked upon as first 
lieutenants and logical suc¬ 
cessors. 

Which in our system of gov- 
emmen: — or any other — le e 
good thing. 

Since Prime Mlnletcr Dlefcn- 
beker hee been In office many 
have wondered whet cabinet 
mlnletere could be looked upon 
ae hie cloeest colleaguca and 
which would be leading con¬ 
tender If e euooeacor should be 
needed. 

* * * 

Probably the aclectlone have 
wavered among Extornal Af- 
Mlra Minister Green, Finance 
Minister Fleming and Trade 
Minister ChurchiU. 

Now the prime minister, 
faced wtth the necessity of put- 
Ung new men In four cabinet 
poets, has made a fairly gen- 
arol shuffle. 

He brought In four men who 
were not In the cabinet before, 
end shuffled ilx others. 

a * * 

Defence Minister Peorkes, 72, 
took the job of Lieutensnt- 



DONALD FLEMING 
... not counted out 

Governor of Britiah Columbia. 
Veterans Minister Alfred 
Brooks, crowding 70 and ready 
to taka things a bit eaaiar, 
took a aenatorship. 

TTie post of solicitor general 
was vacant and there was a 
new department — forestry. 

So Mr. Dictenbaker made It 
a general reorganizatio i and 
In doing that perhaps gavt an 


indication of what may be the 
thinking as to first lieutenanU 
or logical contendeis. 

see 

lit took George Hess from 
transport where the minister 
had Just about completed a con¬ 
centrated study which put him 
close to the position of famill- 
Brity with sU branches and per¬ 
sonalities of that difficult and 
widely scatterad operation. 

He put Mr. Hees in trade, 
which will require him to 
■tart all over again a concen¬ 
trated period of study that 
will take him all over the 
world where we have trade 
interests. 

But thst may not be ao 
woolly as It looks. Mr. Hees 
will get a new familiarity 
with governmenta and peoplas 
bi many parts of the world, 
awe 

Pretty soon Howard Green 
will want a rtspite from tha 
heavy rasponalbUltles of the 
external affairs dapartment 
Mr. Hees will be ready, whsn 
the time comee. with a fresh 
knowledge of world conucta. 

And when Mr. DIefenbaker 
wants to step down George 
Hees would seem to ba tha 
man moat likely in line. 

But, If he is not, senna other 


Despite Slifi;ht, Great Go-Between 


logical contenders remain In 
their old jobs and very dost 
to the prime minister. 

* * * 

Justice .Minister Fulton and- 
Finance Minister Fleming 
were candidates for the leader- 
ship and probably will be 

■gain. 

The shuffle has only changed 
this picture a little. 

Gordon Churchill's move to 
Veterans' Affairs would seem 
to Indicate he will not be a 
leadership candidate if, bt- 
deed. he evey had any auch 
ambitlona i 

a * a • 

Mr. Pearkes was the prime 
minister's close confidante 
but he still has Howard Green 
and probably ha la dosef thanj 
Is apparent to some of the 
others. 

But George Heee would seem 
to emerge from the shuffle as 
the one for whom big plana 
■re afoot. 



Vietoria Soldier 
Wins UN Medal 

CpL G. C Rayfuse of Vic¬ 
toria .-ecently. ^ received the! 
United Nadons Emergencyi 
Force medal for service with! 
die RCAF In Egypt. | 


Foes Hated, Friends Feared by King 


By The Caaadlaa Freas 

When Prime Minister Mac¬ 
kenzie Kbig heard of tha pro¬ 
posed ChurchlU-Rooaevelt At¬ 
lantic Charter meeting at sea 
off Newfoundland tat 1941 he 
wrote tai hts diary that It was 
Tha apotheosti of the craze 
ter publidty and show." 

Of this soon-to-be-hlstorlc 
meeting he also said "at the 
bottom It la a matter of vanity 
there la no need lor any 
meeting of the kind." 

Hla reasons; Ha was afraid 
■ofne wartlma dlaaster might 



manta act—and particulariy of 
the problema of a prims min¬ 
ister. 

The diary diadosts that a 
successful prime minister, and 
Mackenzie King was that, has 
a full-time job of the moat 
axading kind. 

In the case of Mr. King he 
felt that )» was surrounded 
by anemlaa, that even hla ap¬ 
parent friends were often 
■gainst him and Hut, but for 
tiny group, he was alona 
with God tai whom ha truatad 
Inflnltaly. 

* * ' 0 - 

Retiglous though he was. ha 
did not heeitate to record In 
hla diary hla hatred tor certain 
political opponents, many of 
them now national horoea, liv¬ 
ing and dead. 

Of the late Arthur Melghen, 
he wrote; Tic is the meeneat 
typo of poUtldan." He had hate¬ 
ful worda tor the late MHchell 
Bapbum, hia one-ttme sup- 
porier and former Liberal 
prem i er ef Ontario wtm turned 
■gainst hbn at tha start of the 
war: 


J- W. PICKERSetLL 
• • • laadnating excerpts 

I 

simultaneously wipe out the 
two great war leaderi and 
thdr key adviaera. 

And ha resented not having 
been conaultad and invitad to 
attend. 

♦ a a 

He had been the great go- 
between uniting the two coun¬ 
tries from tha start af tha 
Btoond World War and fur¬ 
thering the co-operation that 
came to full blom when the 
United Statce eras forced la 
by Pearl Harbor. 

But later Mr. King forgot 
the slight ar raallzed It was 
not a slight, and ha remained 
the great force of unity be¬ 
tween the taro countriea until 
rictory woa achieved. 

J. W. PickcngUl, long a 
■ecrctory and adviser to ifi. 
King and now Liberal member 
of ParllamenI for Bonavlsta- 
TwUlingate, has just brought 
out the first of a two-volume 
series on The Mackenzie King 
Record (University of Toronto 
Piess) to cover the war years 
and tha time tanmedlstdy 
after. 

* a * 

The TOO-paga volume la 
atanoet entiiely extracts from 
tha amazingly-compicte diary 
Mackenzie King kept through 
the war years, and throu^- 
out moat of his life. 

Mr. Ptckaragin has rsatrict- 
sd authorship to knotting the 
excerpts togetlMr cleverly tor 
a fasdnatbig rsvetaition of 
how governments and Psrlit 


and tor George Drew gloried hi the opportunity to|a reporter talked to Mackenzie 
and the late R. B. Hanson, and work with them and to earn King about th# suddep serious 
belittlint words tor anothsr theb- occlaUn. lUness of Mitch Hepburn, 

tormer Conservative leader, i * * * 

John Bracken. ' The diary excerpts disdoee 

He even hod criticlam for a men known by few besides' 


OiurchUl and Roosevelt el- his cabinet and cloae associates j I"V ****f..**^ ***** !“ 


though he evidently end cer- in the war effort, 
totally revered them and' Virtually everything was 



Goif^ to waist? 

MIRACIf 

MAimNE 

HAS12 l£SS QMORIES 

PERW! 

AvaHohla m oH loo* atarae 



MACKENZIE KINO 
.. Mitch didn't oblige 


problem with which he wres¬ 
tled mightily with htanseU, 
recording the progrees of hie 
thoughts in his diary. 

And !n the some way,Jie put 
down Intimate and sserot eon- 
teraatlons with the great and 
noor-great wtth whom ha waa 
aesoctoted. 

- Thus there la a complete 
racord of the sad and trouble¬ 
some conscripUon batUee and 
hla differences wtth the late 
J. L. Raliton and the lata 
Angus L. Macdonald and others 
of hit moot beloved coOeagiMs. 
* * * 

He thought and wrote bi au- 
parlatlvoa, susp4dona and ao- 
ptrsatlons. 

He damnad John Dlafen- 
baker, then a Conaarvatlve 
backfaenchar, wtth taint praiaa 
or Indifference In thoae years i 
of the war. 

He danced Tip-toe" wtthi 
ChurchiU pn an evening vlait| 
with the family at Cbaquaia: 
and that must have been some-: 
tiling M ate. 

On a day tarly hi the war 



A mliunn of special bitereal 
to Uie hard of hearing. 


HEAR 
THIS! 

Today's Question: 

My husband la now In hia 
eightieth year; Is he too old 
to wear s hearinx aid? 

Answer: 

Age in Itself is certainly not 
the fins] and deciding factor 
as to whether or not s given 
person can wear a hearing aid 
successfully. The basis of this 
decision must rest upon tha 
results of careful audiometric 
tests. Should there be prob¬ 
lems of general health that 
would Influence the case, a 
competent hearing aid consuf 
tent will refer the patient, 
through hla doctor, to a medi¬ 
cal speclaliat. 

Countless thousands in your 
husband's sge group now 
achieve marked success with 
modem head worn aids. If 
he can tnithiullv answer these 
three questions with s “yes" 
the chances are good that tha 
results svIU be good: 

L Does he reollv want to hear 
well again? 

2. Ii he mentally alert and 
actively interested In people 
and events around him? 

3. Will he persevere long 
enough to master the uat of 
a suitable aid? 

Th# best tlms to give con¬ 
sideration to snv healing loss 
Is whsn It first develops, and 
the beat time to take steps 
for Its correction Is while the 
person is still flexible enough 
to adjust to the disnge. 


■ fm km s kwkw sntWw ssS 
vmU as, s pw — si rwb ** * 


W. NwBiihray tBiby 

•ILTBNI HImNINI «Wt 

3 tt nCOIXARD BUILOtNO 
(Opposite Woelworlh'a) 

UtIDaaglaa CVS4Mg 


* * * 

The prime minister said ha 


York University 
Addins Liberal. Arts 

imWNTO (&)—Aa ezehialve $16,000,000 
Bberal aria reotdeatlal oofleue tor 1,600 itudeato 
is plaaaed bore ia aa effort to atop the flow of 
top high-eehool gradaatee to Uaited Statee mi- 

Dr. Mamy O. Rote, pmrideat of York Uaiver- 
dty which ooeaed thie tall, aaaoaaoed Tharoday 
that by IBM York bopee to earoO aboot 16,600 
etadeata. 


had often eramsd MHch to take 
care of hunaelt becauae a alcfc 
man eras no good to himaett, 
hia family or hla country. 

On that same day the prime 
minister referred In the diary 
to the news of Hepburn's 
iUness. 

I don't often wish that a 
man should pass sway but I 
believe H would be the moat 
fortunate thing that could hap¬ 
pen at this tlma." 

The bite Mr. Hepburn did 
net etaUgo, just then. 




There’s 
money 
in your 
future.. f 



Too bsay aol eama up with suakea Ireaeiaa, 
hut you'ra ton of iatoceel «a yeut 

Saviags Aoeouat at Natieaal Tnie*. 


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National 

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ON TOW SAVINIS MXOUNT 

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leM *8 ia <Mb n ^ia aad aril with year deposit aaw. 

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October 17, 18,19, 99, 91. $> 

TWIcb as much for only 
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Da Banjr Moiatarlaad 

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bunch, and car to buy If performance, either on a race course or in a big-time rally, 
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corners like a cleaver separating a rib. It is equipped with excellent disc brakes and a 
good gaarbox. It has fantastic roadability and an engine as reliable as sundown on tha 
Poconos!' What nrara can we say excapt that women find it as docile and easy to handle 
as a baby-buggy,..and that you should saa tha TR 3 at your Standard-Triumph Dealer. 



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Attention Is Focussed 

.t 

On Women in Business 


( Sdlg CCiilonUt VktwU, B.C, S*., Oct II, INI 


For the Utmost iir 
Fashion Jewellery 


Sm Our F.xrluilv* 
C'o44#iriJ<Mi 

MARCKL BOLC'HKR 


0^ DRESSES 
• SUITS 


ment Mking “that employers 
through educational measures 
be encouraged to Institute Job 
evalution that will set a rate 
for the ]ob' which will be paid 
to the person, man or woman, 
capable of discharging the 
responsibilities of the fob". 

Today women comprise JT% 
of the labor force In Canada. 
As the average span of work -1 
Ing years of many women will 
be around 25 years greater 
emphasis mutt be placed on 
education 


One of the purposes of Busl- and to attract local women to a 
ess Women's Week Is to focus membership. c 

Itentlon on the achlevemenu' week Is planned to 

,____ demonstrate women scontrlbu i 

tion as producers, consumers. ■ 
tax payers and citizens, and to. 1 
develop Interest In each com I 
munlty In offering conditions I 
In which Women can achieve * 
fuller recognition and greater 
enjoyment of public responsl- ■ 
bUIUca. 1 

EVERY nEU> J 

Members In business and j 
profesalonal women's clubs in- | 
chide employers and employees , 
from evwy walk of life. In . 
every fleM of endeavour. Near- ^ 
ly all are high school gradu- ^ 
ataa In addition, many have , 
special training In business. . 
nursing and teaching, and a j 
number have univeraity de- | 
greea. , 

Some have Invested In busl- | 
B es ses of their awn. Some are i 
professional or seml-profes- , 
slonal workers. Married and , 
single, young and eld, they sup- , 
port thamaelves and aftan 
others besides. As dtixens. they 
take a eonatructive part In 
Gommunity projects. 

They are organized women 
equal week, while other pro- 
jsets have bean tti -plTeal: 


• GOATS 


Set with pearls or 
clear and gorgeous 
colored crystals 
Brooch and Earring 

Sets, from_HJ* 

Necklets, from- VtM 

Bracelets, from-MA* 

Earrings, from- 


Ovr fftS Mlwtlsa sf Simms u sI •psctsl 
latsrMt Is SsilnSM assMs. SsesrS sijlM 
for toroor hmtt Mbi ontreftoo AIM 




Cultukcd Pearls 

Are Always in good taste. 
I*»ecklets, 

BrscTlets, from 
Kirrings. from-..--W.ti 
Drops, from.It.fl 


and ocmpatlonal 
training to glw them the re¬ 
quired skills for the Jobs to be 
done. 


PROFESSIONAL 


CorMT WoiMfl 


Membership 
Over 7,000 


■ase Is OsMIsM—TslS Is Us UsMH r.rSMi IM s. BsM 

_ r Kitty-Corner from 

Bt 

Phene EVa-IUl 


fer hMlmpEE 

ud oa Into 
evenlns 


PROFESSIONAL 

-WOMEN 


status nf women,, and active 
support of many vrotthwhUe 
community efforts. 

This year at Federation's 
Mennial convention in Winni¬ 
peg employment condltians 
svaa a subjed much di s e ns a ed 
and a program of education 
and Interpretation was rccom- 
■meMI to the federal goearn- 


Pr sM H that talH you aaywhero 
... unart In thaoffice, glamcroua 
hr atter-flva. Lovely ihoaUii 
with IntereatlEB dataila, aonH 
with jMketa. Italian ,umol knlta, 
woel-jantyi and woratida 

In Lhck, brown, purple, green, 
Muu, balga, gold. Stoaa 10 to M. 


CALL nmi 8 AVB 
8 FECIALS 

Saita or M3J 
Topcoots- I 

Skirts or 
SImIu _fV 


lilk gpscialiils smee Jto< 


naaa aad Prnhsalsaal Waaa- 

ea'a cluba K meant M yean 
of achleveroent. becanta 
My of this year marked the 
SMh aaaivcraary of the tor 


IIN DOUGIJia aHIEEt 
Phone EV 40M1 


Note Improvement 
In Status of Women 


Floaa five ehartor ctaha, 
Montreal, Saakaloon, Winni¬ 
peg, Vlator to and Vaneauver, 

havt dovetoped IM ctoba 


PiMM KV» 42 U 

WPUIAL 
DRY DLUNUS 


JEAN BURNS Ltd 


reiving congralulatlona from 
a judge for the presentotion of I 
a law suit 

ThU week, Oct. IS to 22. in 
cltlca and towna In every prov- 
Ince of Canada women are nb- 
servtag their annual Bualnats 
Wnmen'a Weak by rafiteting 
on the improvementa already 
made in the statue of women, 
and by re-dedlratlng them- 
aelvts to play a more effective 
part ki tlM nfa of their com- 
tnunlty. 


A few acant yean ago ac- 
tvlUcf in church or home were 
tha aoly inaaoi by which a 
weoma might head her name 
to a newspaper. 

Ttoday, a tbigla latut of a 
arwapaper Bay. for axaraple. 
rapart on the actlvKtoa el 
woman In the dty council, give 
aa account at o brilliant wo- 
Bun au rg inn pe r forming a 
itotlrati ope r ation, or feature 
o clevar wooMn lawyer ra- 


Pillow-like 

comfort 


in every step 


PICTURE 


If SNllTIESS 
Hi COMFORT 


Ugent and infonaod part In 
the dtciaions our country is 
called on to oiakc, whether It 
be in Iba raahn of employ¬ 
ment. emioatlow or'ald to un¬ 
derdeveloped areas or through 
poUll c al action In the As- 
aambly. 


dtnt of Conodlon Faderatlan 
of Baalnaas and Prafnalonal 
Waman'a CMu In bar mia- 

sage on the eve of Bualneaa 
Wontn's Week polnu nut the 
ide during thla 


Thl$ double-knit '/eney Suit 
came cdl the way from 
Switzerland without a wrbOde! 

WooMiY It be wo n der h d hr YOU to Ivo ani 
travel la? Dcalgned with atrahgy , . . tta km 
curves just aklm the body in a aibu effect Uwrt 
ftotttriag to every llguia In ataqdss of chatcaaL 
beigt, graen, etena aad light groFr • ■ brigtatemd 
with atrtped trims. er. 

Silas » to W. 

Other Imported "kntti" from 39.50 

Saba's, main floor 

Mrs ELLUIBETH WARD, Credit Manager of 
Saba's, President of the Vlctorip Credit Women's 
Braaklaat dub, extends grcetlngi to the Buaineta 
Women of Vletorla. 


conlilbuttoB 
century by women In the bua|- 
nesa, ladaatrlal and profaw 
atonal llelda, to the economy 
of our own country, and 
through our International af- 
lUlationa to the mrld at large. 

*Women today constitute 
more than ont quartar of the 
working forct ^ Canada but 
thalr i^tributlon to the 
growth or the nation cannot 


BLUE 

■LACK 

MOWN 


by WOELFLE 


Don’t watt ODOtber day to 
anjoy the supmk woodar-Bft 

An tMs M youiw It 
thla remarkable attractive 
price. TOinx love thmi,. 
and to wlB your fast. 


Women Seek 


GHfflour Comfort Footwear 


Newspaper Advertising Stimulates Buying 


women increase atosdUy, aoj 
de the prohlama In relation toj 
the welfare of working women. | 
Wc must therefore, develop, 
within our country and com¬ 
munity conditions whereby I 


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CORSET AND LINGERIE SHOP 

Serving the Women of 
^ Victoria for 


Buaalan Sqidrrel V. Coals 
(dyed). Beg. fMd. g| 

■PBOIAL .. 


our purposes. 


For thirty ysars the women of Victoria have 
Mas Matghcn'a their headquarters for 
the hast to foundation tarments. Our tervlca 

to humd aw a thmmigh kwawtodge of too many 
figure problaws and to Mriltod fitting evanr 


Bnaelae Squirrel Btolea S 
Myadl.B^flN. 


flguru prOhlaas 


Scandale" 

tonwgatlens that mold your Bgluw 


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8.M.L---O 1 

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DAILY 
9 to 5.30 
WED. 

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New Campaigning Technique 


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Prodisious Memorv Amazes All 


John D Pitching Drive at School-Age Level 


By KBN MICTHICRAI. ,his preoccupation with ichool (aihed as a Liberal parly undercurrent of feeling In holds a special plaie in the gasled couple listened with their crops had done and in Scores of constituents have 

PRINCE ALBERT iCP| — children. stronghold did Ih, adults com some local.political circles that •"»«•<»' •>>» P«>pl» In this wideeyed admiration, he pro areas where family surnames toms forward to congratulate 

Prime Minister Diefenhaker In a twtsday whistle stop most of his attention, some oWhe lustre might be f"* *** [T"" ,'*'**,j!! 

^ th.H so #.—• in 1903 


stronghold did the adults com 

.- -.. ' .. ‘’nP mand most of his attention, some oT^he lustre might be -.or, ||,.n so years 

may be Initialing a new tech- four of 11 rural communities gy^n here. In his major public beginning to*disappear from,’ ' 

nique In Canadian- political stretching from the town of ,pp,arance at the opening of ’**' Dielenbaker name. Mr. Diefenhaker in action 

campaigning with his all-out NIpawIn at the eastern end of a new bridge across . 

drive pt the schopl-age level. his riding to the vllUge of-Saskatchewan River, 

The most striking feature >f D^n in the west, his brief parted bilefly from his pre 7.. u,™ a prodigious memory that 

first off-the^mff speeches average pared text to tell children In „ r.,, hundreds 


e opening of , , , ^n his home hustings has to Mrs. Friesen. loo overcome to Rights. Introduced by his gov up. 

iss the North Altho^h the prime minlatei he* believed speak. nodded confirmation. , ernment and passed at the UsI kkW 

Iver he de '"' 7 ' pv„h!hl! hi. .r..iL v«ve nvc-- Ises.sion of parliament, making , 

recent .Saskatchewan election. Probably his greatest asset J .>oT ONCB Lnl.wful m«vlm.n.tlo„ he . 


had reflect origins from miny-jhim on the speech and It is 
first met them in 1903 and countries, gently reminded his mentioned almost every time 

had last seen them In 1952 . listeners about the Bill of 'be Diefenhaker name comes 

Mrs. Friesen, loo overcome to Rights, Introduced by his gov up. 

RE.MARKS 

, — the piedominanlly French- 

Nni nnce in hia nuhltr utter dlscrlm.nsllon be- speaking Community of Deb- 

Not once in bis public utter- reuse of race, religion or hen Sister Louise Aimie nrin 

ances during the visit did the ereed. P""’ 


the prime minister's __ _ _.__ ._ . 

minutes-were de- th, audience that Canada held P;*e C^n'si'rviTiiV'can- »' constituents by their first "T” "Ji: "hi 'flP*! of the local high school, 

Priiw Albm riding sirtc# the voi<^ ^xdutively to students, unlimited opportunities for Progressive Conservative .ran prime minister drop even the mju ^roncluded a few remarks 

-- ror thwmost part, adult con- -b- H -bey were piwpared to ™ bint otj. ^ thanki:!^ th*. priL hZe; 

stituenfk had to be content work fbr It. It was a message P""" PAISKD TO RPRAK ansyr to a question «PP«''; fh, softest of soft sell tech for speaking to her students 

with a brief handshake and s be repealed again and again *^.^* '*^ a ^r ** Nipawin. ‘P of political 

friendly greeting as he walked •« «ery student gathering. Mr Diefenhaker paused to PUndIts scrt^ the country "(^-hatever the level of Mr. M 'be United Nations.” 

from his automobile to the The warmth of the recep ' speak to Mr. and Mrs. Anton 'b» of a f"wral ^ .Shellbrook. high 

student gatherings, then hur- lions accorded Mr. Diefen- F1RMT NAME Friesen. election in 1981, weeks ago. it is apparent that school principal Roger RIchert 

ried back to the car again to baker would hgve brought But even to the casual "I bet you don't remember The word election wasn't his star is In the ascendancy introduced the prime minister 
keep his next appointment on little comfort / to political nbaerv-er, it is apparent that us." said Mrs. Friesen. even mentioned. Instead, the,here as a result of outspoken .to a gathering of 573 students 

a split-second schedule. opponenta "John" —'his constituents "I'd remember Anton any- prime minister spoke of the and eloquent appeal at Ihelof mixed origins as "one of 

Only in Prince Albert llsell Before he arrived here last rarely cetrr to him by any-lwhere." replied the prime vast resources In Canada's,United Nations for reasonable-!iha greatest statesmen Canada 

—a city oi some 23.000 once re- Wednesday, there was an thing but his first naine--|minisler. Then, as the f1aber-| northland. asked tanners how;iiess in world affairs. ihas ever had.” 


THEY’RE 

HERE! 


mix BANGE 

or 

FALL 

it Co*U 

★ SoHr 

★ Kaitted 
Saits 

★ Skirts 

it Sweaters 
^ BIssers 

Call'iB'ft tba 


WurtAe 


■Nov. 1 
Hoped 


Beginning 
for Arena 


m$ 


ft 9 «ve A. C Wuiick Mid posing ono. about 40 foot high 


ptcotlHlK 

"Where Tou Ahsays Get 
the Best tor Less" 


TtWiiiUsil Wsaus'i ChW 
MIT Gevl (Oar. Feet) 
Araaad the esrair fraas 
■alan'a new ParWag La* 

KV t-nn 


twice the height of the 
municipal hall. 

TOrOBSSS 

Topsoil taken from the site 
Is now being used on boule- 
vai^ and when construction 
of the arena building is com-i 
pleted 'he remainder of the 
soil will be used to topdresa 
the landscaped site. 

(Teneral contractor tor the 


OMEGA 

Fiesfa 


m # 


Park Intpitad 
An Ometa la Maal for the 
Bustnaaa Women, time means 
so much. 

Fiesta models shown above 
are. leA, V 544. lOkt. while 
or yellaw g«M tilled. SSS-SS: 
right V-53S In lOkt. white or 
yellow gold-filled with lOkt. 
gold-tilled mesh cord, srS.SS. 
Caavealsat Tarsas 

UTTLE & TAYLOR 

Oar BMh Aaalesraary 
MW Douglas St EV*-t4U 


last night he hoped a start 
, arauM be made on excavations 
'tor the foundations of Csqul- 
I malt's $400,000 Ice rinkarena 
project by Nov. 1. 

"We can't pramise." t h e 
reave said, "But I'm still opti¬ 
mistic that our new arena will 
be completed by April L or 
thereabouts." 

NBARLT BKADY 

Mr. Wurtele said working'l«bs U Fanner Construction 
drawings are nearing comple- •b'l 'he local architectural 
tion. Meanwhile, municipal n*™ o' Wade. Stockdill and 
crews have stripped the arena Armour Is preparing the work 
site near Ballon Park of its *"1 draartngs. 
topsoil to speed the work when 
contractors are ready to begin 
exravatkm. 

Planning has gone far 
enough, he added, to locate the 
arena building about $0 feet, 
back from Esquimalt Road.; 

The structure ivill be an Im- 


REEVE WURTELE 


Slowpoke Drivers Still Menace 
On Crowded Patricia Bay Highway 


Police offlciBU of two muni- 
dpalitl^ rooponilbl^ for patrol¬ 
ling tho Patrieia Bay Highway 
mM laat night alowpoka itrlv- 
ara wora a minority but ware 
atUl raaponalblc for aoma con- 
goat Ion. 

Doputy chief J. R. Hamilton 
of Saanich teid widening of the 
road In aome placea haa aaaed 
the tenaUm but there are stlU 


Foot Comfort 
With Style 

Far tka 

Mmsf Eecdf tt oB tot 


White 

Bhots 


Soft kwthar waahabla up- 
peri, leather or loam aolea, 
Cuban wtdge or flat haeit 

"■appy Fee* Make 
■appy Fwas” 

STYLERTTE 

SHOES 

14BI DOtlOLAS STBER 
Fkaaa EVAWIl 


Sooke First 

With System 

«/ 

For Phones 


Who Owns Car? 
Police Asking 

FoHre laat Bight were woaderiag who ssaa the 
aaraer af a late-lMBs asadel Chryaler, dark ip«ea, 
left aarlted with its ttEhta aa Baar.lhe OaveraaMat 
aad Bay hsteraaettaa. 

PaaRiag UMtorists, Mr. aad Mrs. ddha Bejr* 
aotda, o( Vaaevaver, aaw “spartis falllag aata the 
paveaaeat*’ abaat 11 pjo. aad ealM the Are da- 
partmeat fram a aearby aervira statlaa. K lira 
aader the hoad eaanad axtaosiva daowga to the 
sririax eJrstaaL 


certain timee of the day whan a minority except on Sundayi lo a ticket for impeding 
there is chronic congestion. I'or when maintenance and Im- traltlr." Saanich deputy chief 
He maid two of the Saanich|provement work on the road Hamilton mid. "We .expect 
Mfflc cars were equipped with caused tie-upe. people to msintain * speed 

The Central Saanich chief 7'’*™ Pl*"' »'«• 

said they frowned on Sunday; schedules to be met." 
sightseers aapecially as there | He said aome congestion 
were the optional secondary | "ould still be expected until 
roads where the scenery was j'he highway was widened. 
Just as beautiful. "Sightseers Highways Minister P. A. 
would cause a good deal leas | Gaglerdi said recently work 
Inconvenience to motoiista and I on widening the Patricia Bay 
buses trying to maintain sched- Highway would start In the 
ules If they were lo lake the spring of 1981. 

East or West Saanich Road 
for their di4ves," he said. 


loud hellers and on spotting a 
slow driver would ease up be¬ 
hind him and ask him to speed 
up or pull over and let other 
esrs through. 

Central Saanich police chief 
F. L. Brownlee lald alow driv¬ 
ers were hard tu catch on a 
crowded highway. "Our best 
course is cooperation with the 
other police forces," he said. 
If there Is too much oncoming 
traffic we radio ahead and have 


!a car waiting for the alow I People should be swore If 
'driver.* 'hey are holding up other cars 

He laid slow drivers were in {on the highway Ih^ are liable 


With a $230,000 B.C. Tele .. ' ' 

; phone CO. conversion going In- 1\T 

-to effect lest night, the Sooke ilO R^CrCIIIOnV 
telephone exchange became the *. 

i first on Vancouver Island to 
employ the seven-digit tele¬ 
phone number system. 

I ITm new system asaanthly 
I cut ever $30 phonee from the 
manual to the dial system. 

Numbers wiO begin with "473" 
and be followed by four digits. 

NOBB CODER 
The new system was In- 
i troduced to maks more dial 
svsIlsMe for local ex 
Change designation under the 


Water System 
Transferred 


Irish Linen Stores Ltd. 

Salute the Business Women 0 / Victoria 

WE CARRY A COMPLETE. 
LINE OF 


Linen Table Cloths and Napkins 
Lace Table (2aths 
Dollies and Runners 
Bridge end Luncheon Sets 


Linen Yardage 
Pillow Caeca 
Kenwood Blankets 
Toarela. Etc. 


RpeHaBskw In Llnca HsadkirrSilets 

TOUB HEADQUABTEBR FOB FINE 
nirOBTED UNBNR 

IRISH LINER STORES LTD. 


MIB GOVEB^MJI^ 8 T. 


rhMeBVS.«U 


Port Alberni Probe 

Death Crash Blamed' 
On ‘Erratic’ Driving 

ALBERNI—The erratic manner in which a young 
Port Alberni man had been driving on the night of 
Sept. 23 was blamed by a coroner’i jury for an accident 
which took the life of a pasaenger in another vehicle. 

TTie Jury gava a vardict of," --- 

death by abock due to multiple lewlng B 4 BniH% In WeM Coast 

lajuiiea sustained In a molor **tII7”* Hospital 

^ . The coroner's Jury also am- 

acHdent an the highway at "That the white 

CameroB Lake when the In- centre line la necessary on 
quest was held Friday Into the ‘thle highway' at all limes and 
- 1 Central Saanich assumed death of Mrs. Jessie Eaton, 54. •h«uld therefore be put down 

Truman Raus r'r.! J" T ““ m que.. 

XI Ulimil At-upis Leke-PatricU Bay pipeline yea- -We fev. the aoeident was the tion la one which was Duxh 

i ln“.^tl'^‘"«iMn^ diali^ MilYI^ ’“I."’*",. result of the erratic manner In fcMted during summw months 

{program XX*11.$. lid. IvXtlll mony marking the occasion. .whJch the driver of a 1955 and. so far, has not been lined. 

Some 30 Jordan River toll ABINGDON. Va. lAPl —! Pumpman Frank Ediington Chevrolet. Norman Untch, was ^ T*"?* 

fhl'w Iniut ”f if ““ i^fj* ^Sijnment snd driving his vehicle prior to snd fipunmenT oflWsl thit the^ 

; >“"• “ Vlce-Preri Hsrry Pe.rd lor the munlcl- ^ .crident," the ^rljwrt I. contmnpUM for thT 

FEES CAUJNO ' Nixon, told a PsII'Y reaq 'he meters and the reported. I"""*. 

The sUtions were formerly ™"l' ** * "P®I"‘««I|‘"'**^‘®" *“ Mrs. Eaton was a paaseogsr TWO CABS 

outside the exchange but new hatchet man" whose only repu-. Works chairman W. F. Graf , „„i| gnjiiah ar being Following the coUlsion of the 
loin other Sooke subacribers tetlon and standing Is that of ton said la' r council was work- driven at the time of the sed- * 1 ?'? 

ui free ailing adthln the ex- shrewd and alcuUtlng Ing on a ptan In allow everyone husband John "" *“■ " 

'’’lutom.tlc equipment' ta "> '«> -A- «• Eaton. She died arly 0» fol- th, 

^ "-vantage of the new pipeline. 

Reeve H. Rupert Brown an¬ 
nounced laat week that a Is 

number of residents had al-i — "“p—” 1 

read) applied for eaUmala on 
laying arater grida for small 
areas within the municipality. 

Tenders are expected to be MONTAGUE. P.E.I. ICPl— 


housed In a new building on ^ 

Sooke Rad near Murray 

Rad. Long distana Informa- — TCea ATnCaflS 
lion, assixtana and other tpt- C.-Je. 

rial wrvtcas "aa provided by iJMsr l*s*g OUIM 
operators In Victoria. j JOHANNESBURG I API 

The Johannesburg Rand Dally 


V" m A 

leen-Ager 
Shot to Death 


vehkte. driven by Doruld H. 
' McDermott. Nanaimo, ran Into 
two atalled and wre c ked 

.cara. 


A •CTTCO MOMC 
eon LCM'TMIIir 


Pmoa.mI** I reporta that many of. ,,11 ^ -T # MONTAGUE. P.E.I. U 

Uridge Kesulta |,.ooo ^,h Afnaa of * Ixu^y~rr,ld boy 

firiM wi w III* i Jailed aa allefed political ^ ayatem found thot to death Sat 


during the emer- 


. - _ -----,_ji I -. 

•wire* l nna n w t at Ote Vtotarte All *' aaihvAralvAa 

rmo*%en' DmpHrexe arW^ ...w w...*. 

’■i"Te!Li‘‘alSlnx"lw“*5S5'® August 
X Mr uw Mr. MSwi JwaM- now are suing the government 

wrx. %. fa WhMIiittan *ni Baitv 
iUa(-WE«t: I. Mr. and Mr*. Ram D«pra«; 


iaifir; 

G<4Sa: 


wai 

Saturday 
jin woods about half s mile 
from here. Police estimated he 


flekery 

^onatruelton 
LUL 
evs-iais 


WaNar Altoa and Jwk Doanait; 
Arm and PMI BaaH; i ~ 
ad OoMlM Turk. 


BlM 


HOLLYWOOD- Actress Ar- had been dead about two hours 
lor Ulegsl detention In an lene DabI and Texas oilman when the body was discovered, 
action that may run Into mil- Chris Hohnea were married -,They withheld his name and 
lions of pounds. third marriage lor each. idelaila of the death. 


MMX LOXMO AVXIt.Xat.t 
no SAIUrMV •■STMICTtOMS 


THB 


1961 

RENAULT 

Dauphine 


Consider the value of a 
ixioor,. 5-passenger sedan, 
with front and baric seat 
heater for maximum com¬ 
fort. AeroaUblc Independ 
ent suspension for tht 
smoothest ride. Economy 
of operation, and low main- 
tenancs tx>sU. Up to 4$ 
miles per gallon- Guaran¬ 
teed 50.000 miles, or two 
years. It can ba youia lor 
only , . . 


1798 


00 


Bay Your BenswH Now 

•ITS^va’SS--. 

at 

ENSIGN. MOTORS 

2B1T Quadra EV XX«12 

(Opposiw,(Girting Rink) 


Career 
WOMEN 
KNOW.. 

^ue .hd 

'^'«»Mon «, 


'Nerve-Shattering Experience 

More Excitement in Ttva Family 
Deer^ Car Clash on Fulford Road 


By BBA HAMILTON 

rULPORD-Oh. daar! Isa 
briU Point Road dost c<Mnt In 
lor torn# pxciting and unusual 
Incidenu! 

Tht other night, young 
Robert Twa. son of Mr. and 
Mrs. W. Twa, was driving 
home with a young lady from 
a party when a huge fallow 
deer stood in the way. Th*‘ 


fence Mocked the deer's way Some years ago, Robert’s^ 
on one side and Robert's ear unde, the late Norman Twa.{ 
stood In the path on the other. "" 

so the tag buck deride^ to take ....U ^ 

a short cut over the car. | hushes, landed on the front of 
His widM-apread antlers Just ihe car aad rode , few feet 
missed the windshield, the two 
startled young people ducksd. 
and the buck clattered aver 
the top of the car and sped 
sway. 


before scrambling off Into th* 
dark wayaMe. 

There have been a number 
of such nerve - shattering 
experiences on the country 
roads at night when frightened 
deer are blinded by car lights. 


DR. VERNON B. TAYLOR 

OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN 
Wishefl to Announce the Removal of 
His Offices to 

Suite 806-10, Toronto-Dominion 
Bank Building 

1405 DOUGLAS ST. EV 3-7828 


Confideiice inspired 
by yevs of devoted service 


I ^ eaa*. 


See The 

Butchart 

Oordens 


irreai SriBi* a rMi 
ORIENTAL IRILLUNCE 
It this WORLD FAMUS 
21-ACRE FAIRTURDI 

Rags, fiiafa aad browiu • . . 
ptUorni. fraaiu and pocrplat. 
tkaf mUp aaaHc ^pta emu 
prodaca. 7oa*U M fAritlad 

and a Bi a > a d, tkay*ra m 

hmutifuL 




ShurnU if Shemtr—freu C/m mf Umhftllmt 

•fom a.a. aOMliyiw ll.ia. CMStm im. tel teotaa* 


TEST •lAUTESTS- 

taly MPVIIMS aada hi 


k SAat t KAKS « e 


Mi iBaicii waap tjaswL Tfes va |B9c«t firiW ftaOB^new aactesr iWnaiaa 
NALTILM AwulflMckaMalkaAkadteaaateMMteBMiMrwy MStLCAM 
•ra$ famed maa tamieeaee meem. tetloA Ua taek. awiMag Pi 
Nkl TB-Uf i>fEBCM<Miii l kB>Bri c mdm Ue m mm Ua 


Ska'S LFAKS 


(S aM te at kadk^ earn meham trn erne 
tdaaam mb. mm Mpat hteck mi pmm 
eammitufe .. .MnninMOiPpteiaiid 


t m tiEter me PAlTa.l« ~ pte *t II i 
waWflMte.. vuevvSJWhIh. 


ink. I 


Our reputation 
for competence 
snd Integrity af¬ 
fords the com¬ 
forting assur¬ 
ance that every¬ 
thing will be as 
It should ba. 


HAYWARD'S CHAPEL 

1S4 BBOUOHTON — EV S-SMS 
'iffhe Haywaid Family 
Bruce M. Leyden 

lewiriT 1 Limw nMWTxi uxww. ouaxm 

8«|*rviacd ParUac 


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Hoic Do You Know It? 


Where Do You Find 
Succulent B.C. Beef? 



Answers Not Easy 
Officials Admit 



^ British Car Makers An ^ry 


■ VaHit Calialft. VMwIi 

Saixtar, Oct. U, 1**0 


.■?'4 


Revenge Threatened 




JOHN GALfiRAITH 
» . . no bureaucrat 


American Pressure 
Blamed for Tax 


By HARSY YOUNG 
CoIobM BooiiicM Editor 

The B.C. Department of Agriculture it currently Kcnnetlv's Mjm Dcritles 
advising people to buy B.C.’a fre.sh grass-fed beef,, 
which, the department says, is among the best in the 

world. ' 

„., _ , 1 .. ' minister of agriculture, admits 

“Al summ^rr long the Rattle 

bias ranch .“'packing houses It U difficult 

It eivM'determine whether they 
£rA“*irrre“'aTa«eSitrcl'“- orlglnat«i from.Brl.l.h| 


report Is In." he said. “We 
have presented oir briefs to 
Professor Bladen, now we feel 
foolish. We have to change 
everything we said." 

He added “let’s not kid our¬ 
selves. This sort of actlpn onlv) 
comes because of AmVfican 
pressure on Ottawa. Tbepe so- 
called companies.repreaent 
Detroit’s views." 


Flashy Cars 
Dirty Roads 


TORONTO (I’Pl) — The 
British Motor Corporation 
threatened revenge yesterday 
If taxes on impoHed cars are 
Incceaaed. 

, Reports from Ottawa Indl* 
jeated that tax Increases plight 
put up prices of small British 

and European cars from $30 to cancel Its 1750.000 budget appointed royal commission, 
to $60. BMC said it might have for advertising In Canada. , conducted by Professor VIn- 

-, It also threatened ito put cent Bladen, to investigate VERY RTIIONOLY 

pressure on the British Board complaints that booming He said the British Board of 
of Trade to Increase tariffs on European car sales-are putting Trade "feels very strongly 
Canadian goods entering Canadians out of work, a that British exports to Canada 
Britain. company spokesman said the should get fair treatment." 

M. L. Syffield, managing [“‘’ease, 11 ;. comes, will be a “Cars are Britain’s biggest 
director of thf firm In Canada, betrayal. ; export." he added. ’Tt wouldn't 

flew to England last night fori "Why set up a royal com. ba surprising If BrHlsh tariff* 
top-level conferences on what mission then act before the went up on Canadian goods." 

action to lake. ! - - ... 

Before leaving Suffield fired 
off a telegram of protest to 
Prime Minister John Dlefen- 
Baker protastIng that ’This 


WOUAM MacGlLUVRAT 
.. . tanpractleal 


Gate Falling 
At U.K. 
Mansions 


OioLe BT I Columbia or Alberta," he aald. CAMBRIDGK, Mass. (APl-.eiw and dlrUerdty street* „ . ^ -ooears to 

^or tender ' "®"* »tore* OnUrlo - bom John Kenneth I ger TV seu and vlolence-rkSn * 

* 1 ^ you cho^n^or. ten^r Columbia Which Galbraith, moat widely-read park*, better beer and ‘’on'P'«'»ly uncalled for. 

advertise B.C. beef, and the | t;.B. economist, will not forsake. deodorants at the expense of hiuHEB TAXES 
shopper may be reasonably hit HarvwrfI professorship and! better schools and hospitals, i The Ottawa reports said the 

"Th* adentist, enginaer * revenue department had 
advertising man who devote* | urged the government to levy 


nea* and nourishment." say* 
the department announcement. 

Not revealed .In the advar-ii^gred that this la what Itlthe rewards of writing for the 
tlsement. however, are an -1 claim* to be." | harried life of a bureaucrat, 

swers to two Important que*-| ^sked why aC. beef did not| six foot eluht-lnch Galbraith 
tlon*.How UtheoP«i«iy^f|c*rry a dUtlngulshlng rnark. h** made headline* with hla 

"<* "*ocl*l theory of enterprlae" 
bMf and ajat Iknof- And matter had been under the, tut u even better known as 
where l* ac. beer to be consideration of his depart- adviser to and speech-maker 
obtalnad. ment. but It was found to be for presidential candidate John 

William MacClUlvray, deputy l Impractical. 


UINOON 
■rItala'B aetata 
fhadlag the pal 
liWiy relaefauit 
peak at ttiair | 
airf alataly he 
ablllBig a tarn. 


(B s a lat s ) — 
St se t a l a ara 


lar a 


to toe 


■amber eg vt 

tax b o r deoed aoaaalea* hava 
fhllm $a per ’eaol this year 
from U«L 


Cash Flow 

Rudget 

Tip 
Sheet 


Doing Utmost 

been the policy of Agriculture 


The deputy mialster 
that Ms departmeot aitd the 
department of foraata were 
doing their utmost to Increase 
the cattle population of British 
Columbia, but he doubted If 
the provinea could ever be¬ 
come acifaufficleni In beef. 

"Indeed the Gordon CaiamI*. 
Sion has expressed the view 
that by U75B0. BjC. beat arlll 
amount to only five per cent 
of the local raqulrementa," Bd 
said. 

Why, then, did the depart- 
ment of sgriculture embark 
upon an expensive advertising 
campaign to aeD something 
which teas either unobtainable 
or In short supply? 

Mr. UacClUlvray said It had 


Kennedy. 

WITTY emmr 
’The orltty and erudite critic 
of what he calls The Affluent 
Society, the title of hi* best- 
Minister Steady to draw the aeUlng hook, he ta also founder 
attention of the pubHc to B.C. , and a leader of tbe Democratic 
produce when It was at it* party advisory oouncll and 1952 

best and in adequate supply. I and . 1956 q>rlvalc tutor and [yean, no matter who wins. 

■Much of the aC. b**f|‘>™*«rt'*‘«•>«“*• A<^Ste. 
comes to market In October! 

and November when it Is In Galbraith sees the UA as a 
top grads condition after thelwwIfAy dedicate to an 

summer grazing," he *x.>«omomlc phOosophy that wa* 
plained. That ta why we are ;»»“'* • world of grind¬ 

ing poverty. 

Id worshipping full produc¬ 
tion as on answer to mass em¬ 
ployment Americans wind up| 
satisfying frivolous wants 
created by advertisers. j 

Antcricona, Galbraith says.) 
have naahy cars and decrepit 
roods. Improved vacuum dean- 


himself to developing a new higher taxes from Dec. 1. 
carburetor, cleanser or deplla ; |i,|,„ing to the recenUy 

tory for which the public reeog-,----- 

ntaes no need and will feel none . rp . _ 

unUl an advertising campaign Metro 1 OFOIllO 
arouses It ta one of the valued „ -. r nn sums 

nclBlMe* of our society. A poll Fast 1,^IU,UUU 
llclan or public servant who fCP)_Th*r» 

dreams up a public servic* ta a I TORONTO (CP)—The p 
wastrel." ' ’ |lallon of Metropolitan To- 


V.S. Forces in t/.K. Pay 
$206^000,000 in Year 

LONDON (At) — UoMed SUtes teima la 
Britain sprat more than tSM.eon.000 in the fbiral 
year ended dune SO. This is showa in n report pre¬ 
pared by the Third Air Ferer on nU govemmental 
expenditures nnd personal outlay hy olflerrs, men 
and families of Oh army, oovy and air foreo. 


He proposes increased pubUclronte now totals 1^37.106, | 
spending to produce the thlngs’,„ increase of 39.757 over .the! 

..'1999 figure, say* the metro-H 
Galbraith knows this wont. ^ ' 

come about In the next four PoUl" asaessroent depart- 
Ifficnt. 



advertising It now.' 

However, he admitted, fad- 
aral meat Inspectors put aaost 
of the B.C. beef into the 
"blue* grade Instead of the 
top-price "red" grade. 

This was bacauae graasfed 
beef did not generally have so 
thick a layer of fat, or so 
much fat through the tissues. 


Many Buy Blue 


“But many people now are 
buying B-C's blue brand beef 
when they can get tt In prefer¬ 
ence to the led hgand;'* said 
By DBVON OITTB MatfllUvnyr. ^ 

' But Mr. MakllOlvmy ad- 
ew. .h«taa hik. a tnittsd that because of pack- 

Erery hMM *9®* houae metboiU U wa* not 

cash flow eftlinat* 4n .a handy ahvays possible to buy B.t 

spot beef either regularly or at *11 

It will take a lot of the 1 " »om* part* of the provinca. 

at ka... riaaaa.. I “Thc msin federal slaughter 
misery-out Of home flnanm, | are in the Vanc^ver 

h wlU take much of the dip ^ - ^e said. "Packers find 


it mord'-ggofltable to supply 
many parts bf the B.C. market 
from JUberla." 

Dmptft efforts being made 
to Incrsoae the bead of cattle 
In aC, Mr. MacGIUlvray say* 
ac,^ cattlemen are very near 
their Umit In many places. 


Hees on Spot 


and dive out e< your sense of 
aconomlC wCBbelng; and it 
will help yogr family to act 
Its consuming rbie in a raspon- 
slble faghidn. 

So. whata a cash flow esti- 
matef 

MOT A ■DPGET 

First off. It b not a budget 
It doesn’t interfere with a 
budget but It Isn't one Itself. 

A cash flow table doesn't tell 
you what you can’t spend; It' 
tells you what you can spend.. 

It tips you off to upcoming 
pocket* of.ftve. gttfd balore. 
holes In yoor poekto (Mn tbe 
free money away.*’ 

FBEVENT JAPIS 

And It will prevent you get¬ 
ting Into those Jam* where a 
budget run* the house and the 
people In It 

To ntake your cash flow 
estimate’you gel out all your, in )Ug cabinet reshuffle 
fact* and figures on what you other day. Prime Min- 


The federal and provincial 
departments of agriculture are 
working along orlth the B.C. 
forest department to create 
more gjmzlng and farming 
land. 

The fotest branch Ip PfoviA 
Ing new grazing an lo^^-ofl 
land but against that the de¬ 
partment of recreation and 
parks ta aaeklng for more and 
more agricultural land to be 
set aside lor parks use. 

"Despite that" saM Mr. 
MacGIUlvray, “we hope to see 
both our rang* and farm herds 
of cattle grow over the long 
term." 

But the chances *1 getting 
one of those prime plem of 
EC. meat being advertised by 
the government sUU only 
about four to on*. 


B.C. Bridge 


Crew 

Fired 


VANCOUVER (CP) — Com. 
structlon on a new Fraser 
River brid g e at Port Mann, 30 
mUes east of here, was halted 
Saturday when the entire 
lOman crew was fired in a dis¬ 
pute wl^ the contractDig 
company. 

An oiler on a liole-digging 
machine was fired by Perinl 
Pacific Construction Ltd. lor 
incompatedbe. The enUrc night I 
crew refused to go back to ' 


A. E. Ames & €•« 

BuaimmtA IMf 

MmmWi 

Torooto Stock KiHinigo 
Mootirol Motk EicbaafO 
CtBod^w Stock EidumfO 

Boyd Tmt BuUdmg • 412 View Stnot. Tictacii 

&T«rfro« 


KNOWS 
SANITONE 
DRY CLEANING 

Is Best For 



eRCMT MREAU OF VIOTOMA LTI. 

MB-M dONW BLBCk — 7U POET BT. — EV BMU 




aaai. tsvsia 


MR. ERtt A MMFAOYU 

li a food man to koow 


nWtSvwtea *■■■101 
W VMM). U4. 

r*-*Mi - * ■ o wt I 


work unUi he was reinstated, s 
The 70 union men on the Job | 
were then tired. 


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Many Difficult Decisions 
Face New Trade Minister 


MORTBAQE FUNDS AVAIUILE 

E 

X Funds on hand and Immedtataly available for First 
S Mortgage Loans Quick dectakuis, reasonable charge*. 

S eucrent rata of interest Repayment to suit 

I MortfogM and Agoeenaeata Parrhiard 

I P. R. BROWN & SONS LTD. 

I Real Estate and Insurance Agents 

E “Bervtag Vlriaeto fee aver half a eeadary" 

I 7« FOBT STREET PHONE HV$44$$ { 

aiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiitmttiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMwiiiiiiiitiittiiiBiirtiiMmimtiHtiS 


Their Clothes! 


Famous Clothes 
Makers Soy 
"Sanitone" Dry 
Cleaning Keeps 
Suits Looking 
Like New! 

In an unprscedentad dto- 
play of confldence, to* 
aionulsctuiars of Can¬ 
ada's flnast suits for 
man stand up and aay 
that Stnltona ta Best lor 
tbatr suits. It’s very 
aaateaaU* t* aseum* 
that what Warren K. 
Cook ho* proven 8 anl- 
toa* Dry Cleaning deee 
lor their luits. it will 
ataa do for TOURS! la 
Victoria, Sanitone Ser¬ 
vice ta avallaM* ONLY 
at New MeUlodI 





■M EV44IM 

FOR IRSTART HOME 
FI0K4IF 


By HABBY YOUNG 
CoiaoM Basineis Editor 


istar Dtafanboker took the 
important step of leparat- 
Iiif the marketinf abroad 
of CaiMtlU'i grain from the 
Department of Trade nnd 
Coonnen*. i 

Th* raaponslbinty lor sMUqg dize the transport companies 
Uie pi^rie wheat In world! Will h* light the view that 
markets ta now shifted to the'Canada has got to buy a lot 
Ministry of Agriculture, where of Imported articles, wh'eh 
many people. In addition to [ she could produce herself, 
Mr. DIefenbaker, thought It simply to balance the trade 
' of another country that ta buy- 
Th* outgoing Trad* Mtalstar Canadian wheat or other 
Gordon CbuichlU ha* siaM 
nadrs 


that the marketing of C*) 
wheat took up more than hAl 
hta time at the minUtry, and 


will have t* pay In the next 
few montb*. Put them down 
In th* weekly order of their 
coming, and don't mill any 
likely spemfing. 

PUT INCOME , 

Next, put your Income down 
In th* same way. week by- 
week or month by month. Just 
put down hew much cash 
youTI be getting on each date 
you'll be getting It. 

Then flaure out how much , ^ 

cash you’ll hye .«er each' 
pay—not what ■ goinx to be 
left from that particula? pay, 
but what's going to remain 
of your accumulated cash. 

SHOOTS UP. DOWN j.hu. no dmibt secountad for 

Note how the cash figure apparent lack of leaAerahlp 
wUl shoot up and down st.^^ m th* remainder of 
various time* — unless you ve;c,^., ^ Industry, 

gone In over your head In 
debt '*0 *XCW« 

The point is that being low! The new trade Minister 
on cash qn October 15 ta not I George Hees can have ns ex- 
nearly so Important as what eus* that the wheat problem ta 
your cash halance will be a taking up most of bis time, 
month hence. You can7 doj h* bacomes In effect th* 
much about last week anyhow. | minister who ta lacad with on* 

■ — - 1 or Canada's most pt a a s lng 

I sroblems, the development of 
Canadian manutacturlng and, 
Wltli It th* balancing of ' 
national trade. 

The position of the new 
I minister ta a challenging on*. 
No longer saddled with the 
grain marketing responstoUlty 
wUl k* riag out as a ctaar 
igovernmapt voice la support 
ot Canada's tndumry and nuuiu- 
facturing? 

RAIL RATES 

WIU he oppose continuation 
of th* outmoded export grain 
raiLiataa of tk* Crow's Nast 
Pas* ogreement^for wUdi all 
other rail shippers bkv* to pay 


Agriculture 
Takes Over 
Wheat Sale 

higher freight rate* to subsl- 


1,600 Cover 
IJN Session 

UNITED NATIONS (API 
—Dm drat toor weeks *( 
toa 15to Doltod Nattooa 


fermannia of NiUto Kkrnsh- 
ebev attracted a loaard 
toeain t af LM* pram, radio, 
tt. pkoto and taswtreei 


*a UaRad Npitoas i ipi ri i. 


raw matertalT 
Win he demand that Cana¬ 
dian manufacturers should he 
given an opportuntly to win 
th* domestic mhrket. either by 
tariff waU or quota upon 
imports? Or wtU he take the 
view that Ctanadtan manu¬ 
facturer* arc not working 
hard enough themselves a* 
many of their critics suggest? 

CMA ANXIOUS 
These are questions ths 
Canadian Manufacturers' As 
aoctatlon wiU be snXiOttS to 
have answered. 

Th* (31A and othsrs have 
saU that the only way In which 
Canada can find Jobs for its 
fast growing labor fore* ta 
through manufacturing. 

Yet Mr. Hem knows very 
well that Canadians cannot be 
forced to buy Canadian good* 
if there are better or cheaper 
foreign gqode available os al- 
tanuUvts. 

CANADIAN STANDARD 
Th* unfortunate thing ta that 
Canada has not managed In 
aire slgnlllcam field to eatab- 
liali a atandard ot manufacture 
thal is batter than that mad* 
anywlier* ria*. 

Thaq* m a n ii f a ct urari who 


have striven for eomethlag I 
Canadian, sonlMhing better,, 
have mootly run into the prob -1 
lems of a restricted market,, 
and Insufficient backing, to put 
over th* product In face ot in¬ 
tense import opposition.' 

In th* city ot Victoria then 
ta the outstanding example of 
the shipbuilding industry. 

PAH.SED BY 

’The progressive firms of 
VMD and YarroWs, because of 
rlrcumstances over which they | 
have no control, are unable to' 
compete prlcewlse in the world ^ 
market for ehlp contracts. AU! 
they can hope to get are orden 
from federal or provincial gov¬ 
ernments. Private enterprise 
isses them by. 

The VS. shipbuilding indus¬ 
try would be In th* earn* 
trouble if the government had 
not mad* It compulsory lor sU 
UA. coastal trading to be con¬ 
ducted in ship* made In U.S. 
yard*. 

This ta another fohn of pro -1 
tectlon which no doubt the! 
Canadian shipbuilders will be' 
asking Mr. Wees to think out. 

TIm new trade minister has 
not takan over an assy port- 
folio. 


If It Is Isoonveolent (or Toa to Coane lata Tows 
to Order Yoor 

CANADA SAVINGS BONDS 

TiMfl PhOfM 

Boomuin InvMtmBnt Co. Ltd. 

EV 3-7134 

One of Our Rep r ei e ntatives W)n CaB at Your Home, 
Delivery of the Bends Can Be Mad* Through ’This 
Office or at Your Own Bank. 

Pleaa* Aek far Mr. DoobM Haag *r Mr. Raansoo 

After Offic* Hoar* Phoao RV t-lglt 


H^HiMethod 

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*r icase i( *1 712 VIEW {JutI aSnt Deugfat) ' 
IBIS NORTH PARK (LtU *( Psr^) 

ShclhtuM Plazt-Shtlttmnt af Cedar HU X R»aJ 

^ iLaundry-Dry Cleaning - Fur Storage 


^ LEASE GARS 

^ rn* Ctr of Tam Chalat 

4i MORRISON 

• ChevroM-OMsassMI* LUL 


Contract Soon 
For B.C. Flag 

Tenders to supply th* pro- 
vjidlal government with B-C.’s 
new flag are now being 
studlod, a government official 
uld yesterday, and a contract 
jaoy be swarded soin. 



Mill Tour Set 

Victoris North Klwsnis CUik 
wtU otaervs Nsttonal Forest 
PnxIocU Week ky tourlnf B.C. 
Fore^ PrWkicts plywood mill i 
at 7 ^jn. Tuesday. ‘ 


■ALMS MBKTDIM 
MemObmi tBEfllUa f«r ekm* Bt 
MBlrailv tefU4. maUf eterntme 
tslauM SbiI »em M maim WrSmu 
ta S»rks*Ul«. T.t. 

UiFft RaM mmU a wna S l y roeme. 
■aMTinilBa afflet. Ma«aMMrMs. 
iMtlao Bcma. e%*. iTallaM* Jaa. 
1 la May SI. 

far tafamaUas vrtu at sMaa 

mailt) MALL ROTM. 
ParlSTtU*. T.I. B-C. 


LOCAL BUSINESSMEN ATTEND OPENING 



NEWSPAPER ADVERTISINO 
SmtULATES RUYDfO 


' Calgsr 

now Eight MlUlon Doltar Fireetoa* plant I n th* Northeast section of that cHy 
F. Dunn, pitoUent and Tyson Dickinson, Secretary-Traotursr of D 4 D Tiro 
Firestone stores in Victoria sad Duncan. areshoamhereasguostaolFIreatanaofi 
Ftofn toft to right the group re ads. Harvey S. Firestone Jr, Chairmsn of ths FIredIda* 
bodrd. Mr. Dunn, Mr. Dickinson and Raymood O Flr c s t an*. P r es ident of th* pareot 
company The completion ot th* now Firestone plant, firsd of its kind In westein Can¬ 
ada, culminates over a y**r af planniat and cohrtruction. ‘Ttie opening was sttOMsd by 
many Federal and Proylnctal dig ni t ari es, noubta among whom was m Hon. Dou ' 
Harknes*. now named Mbitatar of Defence. This was toe first ton* that th* toorj 
sfone brothers, soat of th* loondtr, have galhervd togeUier for an 
nature. 


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They’re here afain to bring you thoae extra aavinga that mean ao much to your 
budget... SAFEWAY DOLLAR DAYS! Join the thouaanda of Shoppers who know 
this famous event as a great time to stock up on their favorite feo^i Check these 
big hate of bargains... then come in for a real savings spree! 

We reeerve the right to Hmit guaatitiea 

Sweet Biscuits 

David’s 

Assorted Sandwich, Petite Chocolate 
Wafer or Chocolate Chip ... 

You Save 29c 

Instant Coffee 

Airway 

Tastes like fresh brewed . . . 

You Save 19c 

Pineapple 

Q.T.F. or Enehinted Isle 




Sliced, Crushed or Tidbits, 
15-oz. tin . . . 

You Save 13c 


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• • • 


Sailp (ToloniBl Vittorii, B.C.. Sm.. Ott. H, 19M (•B 


with 




strawberry 

JAM 

Enpress Pure 

For your _ 

breakfast toast 

Yn Savt I9t •ttin 


Green Peas 

Town House, Fancy 


Sieve 4, 

15-os. tin 

Yu Sm lU I I# for 


Cream Corn 

Town House, Fancy 


15-os. tin 


for 


Peaches 


Taste Tells 


Cboice Halves. 
15-os. tin 

Yoh Sm lOc 


for 


Tomato Soup 

CampbelFs 


lO-os. tin 


for 


Grapefruit 

Juice 

Town House 


Sweat or 
Nataral, 

48-OS. tin 

Yu Sou ITt 


for 


Orange Juice 


Old South 

FroM Cooeentrated, 6-os. tin 

You Save 17c 


Clover Honey 


Empress Pure 

No. 1 Creamed 

You Save 19c 


4-lb. tin 




Bonnie Dollar is a pert lassie with i 
sharp eye for bargaim She stands for 
Safeway Dollar Days—the purse- 
pieasineest sale event that ever glad¬ 
dened the hearts of thr-r-rifty shoppersl 
Come have yourself a bargain-fling. 


^ ^Prices Effective K 

October 17 to 22 I 

At Ytir FrItiSly Safuroy Sttru is 
* Orutw VIetoria uS Oistrlat ^ 

BUYA BOOK-A-WEEK 


Mix ’em or Match ’em 


Cucumber Slices 

Heins Fresh 16-os. Jar_ 

Sandwich Pickles 

Libby’s. 16-os. Jar_ 

Bread & Butter Pickles 


Bose. 16-os. jar. 


Your Choiu 


3 for 


Toy'talues—Cash or Lay-Awey Plan ' 

FIro Engino Set ^- *8“ 
Jungle Hunter Set ^8^' 

Sweet Ann Doll *9” 


Reservation cards. 50e atamps and all information available at 
checkouts in all Safeway Stores in B.C. 


Van Kirk’s Chipits 

CIneatoM ar Salfii aim. 


2for59' 


Pancake Flour 

AaiU Itmi—SagiriM. Swbwhaal 
ar BaMamUk. jkg. ... 


Lumberjack Syrup 


WiSa i’ a F ar MMaaa 


Licorice 

Aiisorts 

Fresh, Tasty—1-lb. pkg. 

3 for ’1 


a 

Book 5-^Africa 

Now on sale—Only one more book to go 
Keep yonr set np to date 


Cake Mixes 

Betty Crocker 

Assorted 

varieties, 

19-ol pkg. A 

Yu Save iTo 0 TUi 

Juice, Pineapple I | 

Golden ^Glory , 1 I 

Hawsiian, I » 

Y^^.. IS. 4 form 1 

Tomatoes 

Pink Salmon 

Town House, Choice 

PM Seal, Fancy I A 

28-OS. tin ii X 

Yu Savo I0a4 lOrA 

7W«u A I 1 

YuSavaSa Q TOl Jil 1 


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about extra savings hr you 


exciting news 


Let's Have a 
Merry Christmas 


WMte Malic— Special Oflar 
40>oz. pkf; 

Johnson’s 
Wax jl 

Hani Gloss, fk\ V 
Glo-toat... 


WHh Mvingt on top gnoMy 
makings from Safoway 

You’ll find all the lanedientH you 
need for cakea, cookie puddinga, 
and kmk at the fun you have do^ 
h for friends and family. 


Glenvien, Anstraliaa 


Glenview—Amber pleoea, 1-lb. pkg. 


Kitchen Craft 


|T Empress Pure—For pies 
1 ^ and tarta—24-oz. jar_ 

:_26c Plaaappla Rings 

.65e ShaHaJ AlmoaJs ^ 

21e Shallad Paoaas 
4 far 23c BlaaehaJ Raisins 

..41c Moiassas 


JLow in caiories, high in protein 
Regular 24c—This week only- 

I Cottage Loaf -q 

■imaik. ia» >«* .* 

Rye Bread 


Gnrranis isot. pwii«a« 

PittaJ Dalas 
Oaoannt 

Flalaehmaa’a Yaaat 
Baking PowJar 
Vanilla Extraot ^ 
Cat MixaJ Pool 
FnitCakoMix 'liZ 
Glaaa Ckarrias !!!^) 
DiaaJ Gitron in!::: 


53c EaglaMUk 


HonnUd Mu«c*l. 
llUit. pkf. _ 

U Bfekcr’i Prcfnlum, 
a«*. parkae* 


Brrekfast Genu, Local Vaarom’er bUad 


Bakery Feature 
of the Week 


SAFEWAY 


1 Luncheon I 

Infant Foods 1 

Meat 

Heinz, Baby or Junior I 

1 Burns’ Spork I 

m 1 

1 1S.OS. oblong tin 1 

1 Yni Sata lla 


IFruit Pies 

1 'ss, Cheese 

1 Bel-alr, Fr^en 

1 Apfb. Caierry. <■ 

■ Bojaealieiiy, 

Kraft Canadian 

1 aafOa.N)pn> ^ 

1 rimleatoaad 

1 BwUm. fl OT roll * H 

B PeOTBo nmt»PP« 

1 and PiunpkiB, m 

.1.4 form 

1 Yai Bata lla 0 fOf 


2 large tubes 
banded 


Meat Pies a , 

Manor Houw, Prows—BccI, Chlckm. m^ |0|* 

Turkey—IWoa *«••« .. 

Strawberries 3 for 

Bel-nir Prrmhini, Prown, l5-«a package- 

Spaghetti 7 

Ta»t* Tcn»—la tomato muce—lli-oa. tia-—- ■ IWi 

Light Giohes c,,. 

General Electric—*5. 40. «0 and 100-watt-?.-W I Ol 

Zee Tissue ft 

M-k. mwuA VmllAW _ 


Eggs 

Lucerne Butter 

Jewel ShorteRint S-lk. tlB with 1 pkg. free ... AU far 99c 


First Grade, Creamery, 
1-Ib. print_- 


Largedoa. 53 ’ 

2for*r’ 


nnJ R®lTncta_Y„„, 

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California 

Valencia 




**. fm .r* 


Mac Apples 

Okanason ... Frwk P'ck«<l, crisp, red, juicy 
^ . and sweet • 

$029 

Approx. 20-lb. | 

Handi-Pak Box. 


Eat oranges daily for 
goodness and vitality . . . 
a source of Vitamin C. 
For juice, cakes, 
pies, salads ... 
the lunch box. 

Buy Plenty 
This Week.. 


Tokay Grapes 



lbs. 


California crisp, juicy, 
jumbo clusters 



Hubbard or Danish. 


Fresh local, 

Tender, nutritious, rich in vitomins. 


Fresh Lettuce 


Local, firm crisp heads 



Economically Priced... 

* 

Guaranteed Tender Eating... 
Canada Choice... Canada Good... 



_ Home Freezer Specials 

otock up at ixtra savings 

Camda Choice 1 

CiuuU Good DdU J 

Sidtof Btef |b. 4# 

Frontqoarter Beef |||. 3 # 

steak! 

Round 

Avenp fu w ^ 

Hindqearter Beef |b. d # 

Avem* 15 to SO Ibfc .— 

. ABd Wrapped for Yo« rrowor 

Rump 

Fryer Legs 

Frozen Tender, gg 

Heavy Meated, 1 

2V2-lb. carton. ■ 

Round 
Chuck 
Plate 1 


QtooLe Sirloin, T-Bone or Club ‘ ,. 

Q IvClIVd c****** • • • ***^.ID- W 

69 ° 


OhoiM . . . Canada load. 


1st and Znd cats . . . 

Canada ekataa... Canada eaad 


lb. 

lb. 


69 

Round Bone Roast sr-: ». 55 
Chuck Roast Beef 43' 

25 


Short Ribs 

Fresh Ling Cod . m 25 

delicious rich flavor, m/g 

Smoked Black Alaska Cod - ib. 53 


Canada Ch a tea Canada Caad ||| 
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Logs Ride Monorail 


latlit (folnnlrt Victorf., B.C., S«i.. Oti. II, 1H« f 


Lumber Means Job 
For One Person in Six 


iPDOOUCTS- 

-'••o 


SALUTE to 0 GREAT 
and growing INDUSTRY 


Bvoryon* In B.C1 
«r ladlrertly. 

, (rom the luml 
try. We nre proud to 
pUv our part In ulns 
and aarvict. 


. direeily 
rMpa taenetit 
bertng Uidua- 


Sim 


n. 


WIN QNAND 

obligation. 

•iM"* 

Matartala and gcrip 

^ ani %15JI 


BER YARDS 

limited 


8trr«t 


EV^TM1 


COURTENAY — British 
Columbia has a monorail 
system at last but It 
doesn’t carry people. 

The aerial tramway oper- 
atea on a ateep slope on the 
north fork ot the Cruickshank 
River naar Courtenay and It la 
iiaed to haul logs down from 
the IJOO-foot level. Total 
length of the present Inatalla- 
ition Is only 3.000 feet. 

The monorail runs on a two- 
Inch wide steel rail with four 
lOlfich diameter wheels. It 
was installed by Crown Zel- 
|lerbach Canada Ltd., for the 
Comox Lake operation. 

A lOO-horsapowcr diesel en. 
gine lifts logs 'dear of the 
ground with a pair of tongs- Victoria Chamber of Com- 
{on the end of a cable and car-1mercc manager John Cop. 
|ries them down to the valley pinger yesterday offered con- 
|tK>or through Its own weight. I gratulatlons to Victoria's forest 
ISTEEr OBADES | products Industry In recognl- 

Grades on the hillside where tlon of National Forest Prod- 
•he monorail la used average ucta Week 


K molu In the 
e lumber In- 


DUNCAN—Oue In every sbc 
Cowichan Dlytrict Is employed In 
dustry, ts’hlch provides employment for more than 
S,M0. 

Annual payroll is estimated at $17,300,000, 
providing a healthy stimulus to the Island 
economy. The industry also provides Jobs for many 
others. Inelodhig lonnhoremen, tug boat operators, 
transport and hauliag firms, machlnbts and 
agencies supplying gas, oil, tires and equipment 
products. 


Forest Industry’s Role 
Praised by Chamber 


.70 per cent. 

’The huge "sky hook" Is radio 
controlled by a small trana. 
oiltter attached to the belt of 
the operator. The monorail 
aystem can log 130 feet on 
either aide of the ralL 

Other advantages Include In. 
rresaed safety, leae breakage 
and ablUty to lag hUlaldes 
which baffled lumbsTmen be¬ 
fore. 


"Dollars from the Industry 
find their way Into many 
homes In the Victoria area and 
conititutt an Important factor 
In the city's economic health,' 
Mr. Coppinger said. 


Forest Products Week 
B.C., City Proclamation 


Honoring the oldest, 
manufacturing industry in 
North America, Mayor 
Percy Scurrah last night 
proclaimed the coming 
week as National Forest 
Products Week. I 

I 

In his proclamation Mayor ^ 
Scurrah mentlonad that thCj 
lumbaring Industry In North j 
America dates back to 1800, { 
when a shipment sf clapboards; 
left Jamestown, Vtrginlaj 
Colony. 

CAMNR Aqrt ‘ • I 

A atiaUar p ro ala m allon has; 
been Issued by the provindalj' 
cabinet through an order-tii' 
council ilgnedTy Lands and 
Foreata Minister Ray WtUlaton. 

Prime Minister DIefenbaker 
has approved the Canada-wtde 
obaarvanco of tha apedal week. 


PRODUCINQ QUALITY 
LUMIER PRODUCTS 
SINCE I90C 

The above symbol has been known arouni the world lor 
Ilne-quaUty lumber products since 1906 and weYt prottd 
of our logflng and saw-milling record that has con¬ 
tributed much to the economy of tha Cowichan dlstrM 
and all of Vancouver island. 

WATCN FOR OUR EXTRUSIOR lOARD 

In FrodvetloN 8 ooa 

CanadbMi DlaEribntora fnan LalceltHid Weei 

MAYO LUMBER CO. LTD. 

PALOI — NANAIMO 


With another season's ac¬ 
tivity In the winter employ-, 
ment campaign getting under! 
way It la fitting to no't the; 
Important role In Victoria of 
forest products Induatrtei," tha' 
ottIcUl said. 

He said the industry em-i 
ployed mere than 1,300 work¬ 
ers and la by a conalderabla 
margin tha largest manulac- 
turer In tha metropolitan araa. 


Newspaper Advertising SdmtUates Baying 


A CORDIAL INVITATION TO VISIT ' 
CHBMAINUS DIVISION SAWMILL 

OPEN HOUSE DAY 

MONDAY, OCTOBEI IT-I ta 4 P.M. 

CONDUCTED TOURS OF 

THE imiRE SAWMILL OPERATION 


Open House at Sawmills 
Marks Industry’s ‘Week’ 

I DUNCAN — Four Mg saw- PowaU Rlvar Ltd. will be open 
mlUa that provide the beckbone 'to the public on Monday from 
ot the Cowichen dletrlct'a 1 to 4 pm. There will be eon- 
economy will hold "opan,ducted tour* ot the nwmiU. 
houae" during National Foieat barker plant, planer mill, chlp- 
ProducU W’eek. -per plant and vlaltora will < so 

Chamalnug Sawmill Dlvlalon,“« taking on lumber. I^ 
Of MaeMlllan, Btoedel and freahmenta niU b* a^ed In 
the Anglican Pariah HalL 


<ii« caiMiw UMM U) 


• SAWMILL 0PERATII8 
• CNIPPERPUIT 


lARKER a PLANER MIU 
i SNIPS lEINC LOADED 


Weatem Forest laduitriea 
Ltd. at Honeymoon Bay also 
will open thalr sawmm ta the 
public on Monday. Conducted 
tours Of the plant wlU be hrid 
j from 2 to 4 pm. 

HUlcreat Lumbar Co. Ltd., 
Meaaehle Lake, will hold open! 
house on Thursday from 2 to 
4 pm HUIaest Limber Co, la 
one of the ptoneert of the log¬ 
ging and lumbar Industry In 
tha Cowichan dla'.riet with 43 
years In the buinesa. 

The aaarailll and veneer plant 
of B.C. Foceat Products Ltd., 
Foubou DIvWon. also wUl 'e 
to the publle on Thurs¬ 
day from 2 to 4. Refraahments 
will be served at the conclusion 
ot cooduetsd toure of both 
opcrallona. 


REFRESHMENTS IN PARISH HALL 

Throughout the afternoon, refrbshroenti will be servad In tha Anglican Parish 
HalL Tranapcrtatlon provided from the mUl to the halL AIM laaturtng dtaplaya 
of lumber produgta and a photographic history of the lumbar Industry. 

MteMiUM,. Blwdltl ii4 Piwtl Rivtr Umilwl 

CHEMAOfVS IMVI8ION 


I Wood Industry 
Chamber Topic 

DUNCAN — The lumber In- I 
duatiy will be dlacusscd at the 
general meeting of Duncan- 
Cowichan Chamber of Com¬ 
merce on Monday, by Brian B.' 
Gattle, Vancouver, gcaeral I 
manager ot Weateni Forest | 
Induatriaa Ltd. 

Meeting will be held In the, 
Alderlea at 8 pm and tha gen-; 
aral public la Invited to at 


National Forest Products Week 

OCTOBER 16 - 22, 1960 

Britigh Cohimbia hag a big gtake in the aucoeii of NATIONAL FOREST 
PRODUCTS WEEK — October 16 to 22 — which we are now oeiebratlng 
in Canada and the United States. 

..i In the comparatively few yean since the first white man navigated the 
nide prairie, scaled the Great Barrier Reef of the Rockies and followed 
the weitward flowing riven to Interior B.C and the Pacific Shore, our 
attitude toward the forests has undergone an astoniahing change. To the 
early settlen the forMt was nothing but a downright nuisance, lomethlng 
to be hacked down and bunted off to make room for farma and home¬ 
steads — aomething to be fought and defeated. 

Today, we recognize that good agricultural land conatltutet but a minute 
fraction of B.C.'s total acreage (approximately 2 per cent) and that the 
greater part of our land area is fitted only for the produetkm of tree 
crops. 

By the cold logic of climate, soil and topography, British Columbia is 
irrefutably Ammitted to a forest economy. 

The future of Britidi Columbia ia bound to the future of her forests and 
it seems only fitting at this tlnM that we should Join with the rest of the 
^ nation and the test of the continent In recognizing the part the forest 
has played and will continue to play in the Ufe of the people. We are 
heartily pleased to Join in a salute to NATIONAL FOREIST PRODUCTS 
WEEK. 


RNantifactur«rs of WOOD PRODUCTS 
LUMBER, MILLWORK, MOULDINGS, 
SASH AND DOORS, PLYWOODS, ETC. 


t n 

PHONE EV 3-7106 


,^0. SHOWROORRS 

2U4 BRIDON STREET 

on any )Mt wasi M 


DOMAN’S 

Serving 

...THE LUMBER INDUSTRY 

TrsMpwt Mg HMUng gpwl a lt a t. 

Serving 

. . . TNE PUIUe WITH TNE UST 
IH LUMIER FRODUDTS 

<7(a«iaiial Fonal Progart. WMk OoMiw U-tT 

DOMAN’S 

LURNBER CO. LTD. 

NANAIMO — DUNCAN — VKTOBIA 


43 YEARS 


LOIOINI tad 
tAWMILLINB 


IN THE COWICHAN DISTRIOT 


LOGGING and 
SAWMILLING 

IS OUR BUSINESS 

And We're Proud Of It 


sine, we taKeg.d Lak. Legging A Lumber Ltd. 
In 194g we hov. bKoma a fully arif-containM 
operation at Honeyinaaa Bay, providing em¬ 
ployment lor 400 lawmin erorkers and 200 log- 
gera and big booat for the Monomy of the 
whole dUtrict. Our lumber product. «re known • 
th. world-round with '^VFL" a mark of fine 
quality. 


OPEN HOUSE ' 
RRonday, Octobar 17 

2 TO 4PJI. • 

SEE THE SAWMILL IN WEBATION 


Western Forest Indistries Ltd. 

HONEYRNOON BAY 


NATIONAL FOREST PRODUCTS 
WEEK, OCTOBER 16-22 

From Vsneoaver lalnnd to Newfoandbuid and from Alaaka 
to the Mexican border, this wcek-^-^)ctobcr 16 to 22—U 
National Foreat Prodocta Week. 


What are the foreat prodocta that will be aaluted daring thia week? All 
of tbeai—the prodocta familiar to all of oa and the onea we know little 
about. 

Moat af at Iva la hatraea built af hnubar aad plywood fnnu the foreata. Wood has 
ahesya been the aiaia material for oar.bompa. From tha ttmo we are bom wo Mvor 
get far from the foreata. The baby’s emdio la wood. Wo eat off tables mode -of arood 
aad we sit OB ehaira made of the aaaM aabitaace. Evea whea we go to acHool we ffad 
BMre wood bi oar Hveo la baiWaga deoigaed hi tbe beautiful and daraUe products of 
oar foroota. The aama la tma af our ehamhea aad of maay other pablic aad eommer- 
dal atraetores that ase waod for stmetami or decorative purposes. 

This is a good ttmo ta team a brief teason about our foreata. They have aappUed tbe 
lumber to baUd oar eoaatry slaee the days af our earliest aettlera. They dffl supply 
tbe eadkos flew of logs for lumber, plywood, pulp aad paper aad thouaaada of other 
productiL 

Most of aU. ear forests am a reaewable aataral resource. Today, foresters manage ear 
trees Jast like any other crop. F>om this aew eoaoept of farmiag oar foreata wo now 
have the prombe that there will be eaoiigb trees to supply our growing aatioB with 
aread ia all Ho varied forau ia perpetaHy. —- 


■ MANUFACTURERS OF. 


FIR, HEMLOCK AND CEDAR LUMBER PRODUCTS 


Western 

RED CEDAR 


-FOREST SIDING 
-RANCHPANEL 

-BEVEL SIDING 
•DORIC SIDING 

O PUrWOODS O PUIS-TO-Lods O CEDAR SHINQLES 


British Coiumbia Forest Products 

LIIWITEO 

MILLS AT VICTORIA, YOUBOU, AND HAMMOND. B.C. 


























































































10 fclljl Cnlimi*! Vktom, p.C., Sm., Oct. 1(, IIM 


Lions Must Beat Stamps 
Or Bow Out of Playoffs 

REGINA B.r. Lioru strug- tied in points and third pUce' Bailey also got Lions* first yards and 30 ^ards out by 
gled to a 14-14 tie with Saskat- would go to the club with the touchdown at the 10.08 mark Jack HiU. and a touchdown byj 
chewan Roughriders here laitjbest points-f o r-and-against of the fourth quarter at Clare Branch which HiU con-, 
night, then began planning fof'iecord. At the moment Lions Lions gambled three timet on verted. Ferdy Burkett got the: 
i clash with Calgary Stam-1 hold a healthy lead in that de- third down in a mardt from other point on a 67 yard fourth- 
peders next Saturday in Van- partment. having given up 60 their own 35-yard line. A pair quarter punt, 
couver that wiU make or break. fewer points than Stamps of fumbles had stopped two- Lions outrushed Riders. 172' 
their playoff hopes in the while trailing them by only six similar drives in the thfrd'yards to 161. and outpassed< 
Western Interprovincial Foot In points scored. quartern them. 97 yards to 78. Waldenl 

.4.^1 Lion. mU.t fiw p«rt of Iho! RW*-''* >" romnund In rompIMwl «lx of W .llunpl. 

Excitinf » It was with I flr.t half. Ukin* . .nd Pt.c-k m.rt. pood on 

Lion. Kxinn* both touch au.rlcrb«rk '«<* on field »o«U from x'ot 13. but had two Intercepted.' 

downs in the last five minutes. „ . ^ i. ^ * 1 . ---- 

•mi niphl'a lie meant lUmoat ?"•’ 

,u.thlnf In the playoff chaae .‘‘‘••I!;'* 

“ ; their last touchdown. 


HARD TO riGLRR 

CP W L T r A eia 

wiwusrf . . 14 u I • 41S IIS 3S In poHsesslon of the ball at 
J J • g *JJ }•'midfield with one minute and 
4 s a 34S SM IS 10 seconds to go and boasting 
_ .LJ* * ^ a 14-7 lead, Ptacek could have, 

Lae msm« wnm Bc. Lioxs 14 ' run out the clock and made 
rMf'eSpr V** iure of the win. Instead, he. 

* xSti St E4- chose to throw a long pa.<<s. 


ac Lioes 

•uaatrAawu 


College Career May Be Over 


Bob Schloredt, University of W«*h- 
Ington’s All-American quarierback, is 
unable to conceal hu feelings as he 
dti on bench just before being taken 
to hospital ^terday with injury 
which probably meant end of college 
football career. A senior. Schloredt 
* * * ’ 


had a collar bone broken In yester¬ 
day's game against UCLA and Is 
likely through for season. He Is on 
negotiation Ust of B.C. Lions, who are 
intending to bid high to get his 
services for next season. — (AP 
Photofax.) 

* * a 


Loss of Quarterback 
Dims Huskies ’ Hopes 


Unlverally of Wsahlngton out defensive player aa well. I 
Huakieo. hopinf tor a chance > Elsewhere In U.S. college 
to defend the Rooe Bowl honor.' foolbaU yeaterdsy. thlrd rank ' 
they won on New Year-. Day. | ed Ohio Stale waa dumped by 
received a ihMterlnf blow yaa- Purdue, 34-21, In the evor- 
larday when Uielr star quarter- changing Big Ten race and 
back. Bob Schlorodt. had a col eighth ranked Oemson waa 


RED JOHANSEN 
... U he la? 


Cougars Wait Word on Red; 
Ex-Mates Rough Up Kilburn 


lar bone broken In a IM 
■quecse-oub over UCLA. 

The HusMea, with the tough¬ 
est part of their achedule com¬ 
ing up, arc fortunate to have 
In Bob Hivner a second quarter- 
badt of eaUbte but th^ will 
miss SehloredL a genuine triple 
tbraat on attack and a atand- 


nipped, 13-17, by thrice-beaten 
Maryland. 

Klrst-ranked Mlaaiaalppl got 
by Tulane, 28-13. and aevond- 
ranked Iowa outlasted Wiscon¬ 
sin. 24 31 

lyracMM S. Bmui HaU tk 

Xtvy M, Air ran* 1 

PWlfcwm e WmI Vlr^MA 1. 

Yam b. Cmiu I. 

My CrwkOAfiaMiitfe t. 


■ArvArA 1. CMwaMa T 

PiiMAlMi M. CelpAi* B 
MlAmt IT. VIBAAnvA T. 

MAr>lAA4 Ik CltAUnA IT. 

VMl B VlrgmiA 1& 

CMw IT. MID CarOIim aul* 11. 
C«<i^ B tUM IT. 

riM^ U. VAaMUB A 
«Ak4 ForAM tl Nwlii CAfAlMA 11 

MvrMfUi SlAtt a. Mra Oaim 1 
r«rM M. CM IlAtf a 
Mh 4M^ 11 XAMlwb M Wni T. 

CMnrAib a. 1 <ma SUIt I. 

B WupbabM B 
dOAXofM 11. Kaama It. 

a. UUaoM Ml 
K«hcmM 11 Army k 
Mt't->iM4 n. TmAfv u 
Ik* «. InBlMni MwttaA n t t 
nerMA tut* Ik W m mm Btlin B 
BTabMimvw B CCLA k 
Or*fm a. WtihimlaA lUl* 11 
•mAm CAMMraiA M CAIMBniA Mi 
Or^m »m» B IMm t 


with C'tlgAry StampKlert. who 
bMt Edmonton Eakknot. 35-17, 
hoM a two-point odge ov^r 
Uona for third placr, Iraving 
tiic playoff aituatlon ttka tlrtrr 

Saturday's ganw in Vancou 
vrr will br tha last of the 
regular season for Stampeders. 
but Liona have one more left 
againat Saskatchewan No\*. 29 
at Empire Stadium. ^ 

If Calgary wins Saturday, 
the playoff race is over. If 
Liona Min. they would be tied 
for third and could clinch third 
place with a win or tie against 
Riders. If Calgary and Lions 
play to a He. Liona woult;) need 
a vlcl<M 7 over Saskatchewan. 
ONB EDGE 

Should Liona beat the Stam¬ 
peders and then loae to Sask 
atchewan. the cluba would be 


Speaking Briefly 

Okanagan League in Effort 
To Save Kelowna Franchise 

IMowna Pachars tre ding- $20,000 C^nga County apen Snaad had two 64a « . . right- 
inf to a thin hope that th^ goU tournament. Tamaoy BoM, hander A1 Cteottc, purchaaedj 
may not be waahed up yat tn who M after 38 holea by tbreo; recently by Bt. Loi^ Cardlaala 
the Okanagan Senior Hockey strokca, shot a 74 and Is tied from Toeoato Mapla Loafs, 
Ltague. I with fay Hebert and Jack < has been named the minor 

Although a schedulad game P**“ baaeball leagues' player of the 

Sunday with tha nawijrwntered, ***^. J**^**^ •** 


FAN FARE „ 


i 

^»N3-RD0HTH 1 
.^0»«>h«P7D«C 
) rmit 


* 




and Bar Nagel Intercepted for, George Agar, coach of the yet certain of who the second j*IL. -itu- ria 

the Uona at the B.C. 24 yard Victoria Cougars, went to bed will be. Until ha la, Johansen a ',kSK<Tu 

line. last night not sure whrthw or won't be used. | pw»5h»* wua* .41 Kuri*^*r^iM. 

R*ring the clock, Jim Wal- ^ would have Red Johan > Arrangements could be com- 
den passed eight yards ,o •*" In hla line-up for tonight s, pj,,«l before tonight s game. 

Bruce Claridge and on second game tn Seattle, ;and If they are. Agar plans to .mpp pr.moai 

down pUrhed a long one to There were reports that Ihq use Johansen. He wtU prob-, 's-nwi. winsk Ob 

Bob Jeter at the Rider 47. veteran centreman was already ably play on a litre between mime, euraiaim rasa 
Jeter couldn't hold on to it. In the city but whether or not .<* *.*-9 

but Riders were called for paii the Cougars will uae him will a t e e- ***”* 

InfCrfetence and Uotu had depend on completion of ar-i _ ."sat*" 

another life. rangrmenta with Toronto a asnwiM _s a i a it ii 

Jim Carphin made a rlrcua Jl» Leafs for two playera. SSr?* 
catch of a Walden paas at the ' 
four, and with six seconds I* 


u I u-si 


a^r 

ticti 

iMo 


ictoria-owner Jim Pl*80lt i SStTlr** . ? ! 

~:oliatlng with the National I asM.s.' is 


KICKES COMBS THROl'GH 


remaining. By Bailey powered Hockey League club to gel two ' 
his way over the line to make players for a sponsorship, ae.kut " 

It 14-13. which enables the Leals to, *•« ^t* 

place 18 players on (he Victoria | wuim:"' 
list, but is holding off 
George Grant, who hasn't, pletion of the deal until he Is 
missed a convert since taking satisfied with the Swarbrlrk 

over Lions' kicking chores in Leafs are to send. ” 

mid-season, booted the tying 
point. 


t s s s s 

YAA<A«V*r 4 At 


Wil Wilson 
Heads Up 
Boxia Club 


Hvritt Grand LucMaa wia'»^h‘ .V* 


cuceUed. OSHL presidtni Bob f"** «>P'" '““"I?™!"* 

Gflhooley laid Saturday there r"." 

ii atiU lome hope ' '** 54-hole 

^ Fvent Wall was 8248 and import end of the Wlanlp.* 


year. He had a 137 record and 
a 1.79 eamed-run avccsfc thit 


* * a 

BARBELL FUNSTON, star 


Dtaponrlent coach Ray Powell 
and manager Don Cullcy said 
Friday night they were folding 
up because of lack of tan sup- 
pW—only 300 aaw thair open¬ 
ing home game—and players. 

The Packers had only nine 
players lo Ice as Vernon Cana¬ 
dians whipped them. 11-1. 

CUhooley said today ha hopes 
a public meeting can be called 
for Monday night to bolater 
tha team. 

There are eight players still 
Interested In playing, the 
league president said, and 
Powell has s few sddltlonsl 
outsiders In mind. 

-It's up to the citizens of 
Koiowtui now to step teewsrd 
If We tre to have a club." GU- 
hooley said. "It wouk. certainly 
ba a disgrace 11 the team foee 
on record at folding." 
a a * 

30BGE FERNANDEZ, an 
aggressive welterweight from 
Buenos Alret. last night got 
a unanimous decision tn 
favored Denay Moyer In a 13 
round bout held In New York 
' , . . George Bayer and three 
Californians. , Billy 4:;aapar, 
Charlie Mfford and Al Oeil- 
baeger. share the lead at 307 
alter 54 holes of the TXhole. 


Bombeee. who had 
j shoulder dislocated in Thurs- 

rBAWAf AMW Lioaa, la through lot the saa- 
I ton. Club offlrials made the 
announcement, last nighl. , . . 

, I Bovlag Mbntref. purchased 
-eT^I i lor 180.000 only a month ago 
by Izmla Welfton, gave the 


) -18 NOU VriRf QMRTU- 
VA04 M A SMT klUR _ 
TMt-dMtr IMMP ^ DOF 




Esks Can’t Buck 
Surging Cowboys 


CALGARY — Calgary Stam¬ 
peders. gathering mdtnentum 
In their drive for the Western 
Interprovinirial Football Union 
playoffs, came from behind 
twice here last night and 
whipped Edmonton Eskimos, 
35-17, before 17.000 wildly 
cheering Ians. 

If was their second straight 
victory over the Esks. the team 
they will meet In the aemi- 
tinala It they can hold on -to 
third place, and It was en- 


Wll Wilson, a pasl-preeldenl 
and George who had planned lo step out 
I Ford, replacing Doug Macau- of lacrosse this season, today 
Joitanwn U probably to Iw.lbY- who centred the eU-right (mds hlmsell In a new and 

one of them but PlggoCt la not wing unit In Friday night's. {niportant role In the plans of 

-opener. jviclorla's Inter-City Lacroase 

I ROPES TO GET 3UMF Cub. 

I "I hope that tha deal will, Wilson has been named lo 
he compleled," Agar said lasr'h* "cw poeltlon of exeratlva 
nIghL "Our next lour games iHrector, and v lU cojirtlna.e 
lore at home and we have an'^y function and handle 
excellent chance of getUng * <l»ahni« with ICXL or tha 
, Jump If we can get those two Memorial Arena Commission, 
'players in time” Named chairmen of commit- 

i Other than the possible In- »> monthly 

Tommy-Joe Coffee had all 11-ciujton of Johansen Agar """''"4 were Dave Gray, 

point night lor Edmonton. con-!pi,„ changes In the lineup P**y''' bcqulalllon; Buss Mor- 
verting his own touchdown and ..bk-h toppled the Totema. 3-2 '*“• c“'P*oy'"»*>‘: T'*" 
on« by Johnny Biifht, ind pri^^y ' financf; Auxtln Goward. pnv 

adding a field goal.. | Cougars pUy at Memo- ^Ceof*» 

Edmonton led; 138, with less rial Arena against Spokane on **y* 
than throe minutea remaining iTueaday and atainat Winnipec McNeill, entertainment 
In the first half after Coffey|on Saturday. and equipment; housing. Bert 

scored on a 33yard pass play ]n last night's only game. |"®h'*“n; Frank Pomeroy, 
from Jackie Parker. But Don-1 the Vancouver Canucks con- (“"hirs. 

nle Stone ran the next kickoff Unued defence of their West- - 

bark 80 yards to the Edmonton Hockey League rhampion- 
37. Stampeders ran two pUys.l,hip with another close win 


gineered again on the amaah 
Ing running of Earl Lunaford 
and the passing of Joe Kapp. 
THO FOR RARE 
Lunsford scored two touch¬ 
downs, and Kapp passed 30 


and Brown kicked a Held goaliQy^ vastly-Improved 


with one eecond remaining tojcomets. this time by 44. 
send Stamps ahead. 11-10. i ^ bruising game 

In the third quarter Bright which saw 57 minutes in pen- 
plunged for a lourhdown. and altles and three Comets In- 
.Stamps again came bark, this Jured, one of them ex-Canurk 
time on Warllch's touchdown. Colin Kilburn. who was given 
yards to Ernie Warllrfc and That was to be lor Ednton- a rough time by his former 
seven yanls to Bill McKenna ton, as Lunsford and McKenna teamnules. 
fur Ihe others. Doug Brown scored In the fourth quarter SINK STITCRBM 

two field goals. _gash over Ihe eye. In the sc 

I cond period when cross¬ 
checked by Larry Cahan. 


w mn «« to A* 


MAjar 


sjs xm 

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ISJi T.lS 

aiWBAT 

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MaJw toknf I 
to Atourt. AbtIi 
M iAor htMa I 


New York financier his irtoney 
back yesterday by wliifilng 
the tlSSROO Cbaaapagaa 
Slakea at B sl sn an t Parb. And 
atablematc Garwol look place 
money In the mller tor two- 
year-olds, run in 1J63-5. 

Eddie Arearo made a brilliant 
rMc yeatrnlay aboard 
to win Ihe $144,150 Gold Cap 
race which cloaed the fall 
meeting al Chicago's Haw-i 
thoiwe Park yesterday . . .| 

Torooto Maple Leafs have'iu own Grey Cup 
sent forward Cary Edomad- championship Nov. 23 


City Gets 
Juvenile 
‘Grey Cup’ 


Thistles a Threat 
For Soccer Crown 


Holler Fore 
Or Get Poor 

MILWAirKEB (AP) — A 
jury Imw swsrded s« e«»* 
pkiyee of eountry ehib tSA,* 
IM beesuAT h# wm Mt oa 
Hie lieM by s golf bolL 
Cttri Klnnp. s grottmls* 
keeper st Niirtli P b o rr ('ottii* 
try ClMb. bore, wss swsrHeH 
the dottisges FrMsy after bo 
(eetlftM tbsl s golfer, Ro dHs 
Msrlno, tm sdverHsliig mmn. 


lAAlOrh maOto 

s^tito . . . . . 
l*COM . . . 

WMts .. 
LAa>toiith 
KIrtort ...... 


Lsler in the period. Spokane _ ___ _ 

defenceman Tom Hodges losti aii e mm ^ ^ ettith too 
a tooth when hit on the mouth i 
by a stick and forward Forbes' 

Kennedy Umped off with a. 
knee Injury. 1 

All three players, however, | 
returned to the game In the' 

* ; third period. 

CP « L T r A Pit gtmrs In the Victoria and Dis- Defencepian Frank .Rogge- 
} 5 fs1ct Soccer League. [veen led the Canucks by scor- 

}i Sage, playing Inside right, '"f "‘rir first goal and setting 


■I yelling **for«.'' 
Klemp was str«rk on daly 
16,v IM6, aad eeatraded ha 
saatalaed loas af wages aad 


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Lawn Bowlers 


. 4 scored three' tiroes In the first «P '•» "‘her two a. they 

• } hall. one. on a penally l«lck., 'h' 1^3 Aia/orHc 

‘ 1 to giv. hU dub a 33 lead all""' KUhu™ had tjCl /tWarOS 

' ! the Intermission. George Ro3,*•»'''«' »«»ring. 

• bin. and Ron MorrU added 

>alt in the second half.' ««rto: crr. poMn. cat- 

_ IAM-IIA44. OiSo. aM5*r. Btorttwew. WH- 

- I Hiree other unbeaten teams iht*. BAim 

loSijr. itt Hr."*^;_canadlan Scottish, Eveoes -225“ Victoria West Uwn ^ling 

- --.- --- HoMtovAv. * 0 ^ RUM f«n«rto mnusl Wind up 


YMtFfWiy't tnr*: ThMtM A. BroSM'ij 


At Vic West 


Ptrli. WMts 


UAxMltk 


"Sm and Victoria Wcau 


ac- 


Park. Goy SflM vt cuAtfiAB Srottus.' today Evcoes play Vic-' *?''**'*' **'***'*■ j Friday, presenting members 

itorts Kickers at Heywoodj amha: jbImm> trophies won In club com* 


II. RfWtMl>. MrCtutor. LAiAAArFUH. 


petitions during the past 
son. 

W'innert were: 


I I'raAJU wM Cattioau 

Saanich Thlslles, getting an- Fark; Wests take on Lady-; naqj rraiiw 
other outsunding effort from «">'•' •* Ontral Park, and^ J- ’** 

Ron Sage. bUnked Brodie s’the Scots meet Gorge Hotel all \ VAtoowM OaA* ■anttF5Mni IS IT '■ LtolM' unglM Mra. X ttuAnito 

Victoria is going to st.go'B-kery. 54. at Royal Athletic Topaz Park I" other wiaoe .Swvmd ;T 

I own Grev Cun (ootballl^^^ yesterday to tun their'fAtn* Hsnslmo hosts Heaneys.. pfSWm K*nto«> att. Ktutr TU Mn. n luirtom. t 

_ . . „ in . undefeated record to three' All game, .start at 240 p.m.- w.,umb 

i'-.issij :,'",-tcegularDraws i omorroir 

I StoklM N lAtor Ato F AmAlA 
RiuiMrA-ito J Ur'CrM'* D MFDnM*||. 

FAtTAii C«e -B J«in> Bto J. 
SttMim-up-r. W4 ioA Ato D Sran. 

Ca^-WlMT TroAAj -A BArr. [L 
DAvtH. a CracIcM R ii wto n to 
Xrrmn. 3 HriAto. C. Satoto 
CorM'Wtor rniMnlAttaA -C. 


growing juvenile leagutj 
fram. 

vesterdav set a new world’ •“ »'»r» will play 

yest e^y ^jet a '*•’* 'J'yMi hoat to Winnipeg Rama In a 
rerord of mlnute^ZS lec-j q 

"I, ■ ■.*°°y-'?.**''**!cup" for the western CanS 

f'championship. All- 
trlmmrt URC. ^ in a We«-|,„„ win be picked from the 
ern Intercollegiate Athletic 
Union football gaiite at Van¬ 
couver yesterday. 


Minor Soccer Scores 


Cyroa pulled the llrat major 
upset of the Lower Island 
Junior and Juvenilt Soccer 
Aaaociatlon yesterday by hoU- 
tng Victoria Optimists to 
aoorelaas draw in the feature 
game of Diviaion Five aetloiL 
Optimists arc rated one of 
the strongest clubs In the 
aaaociatlon. 

Completa roaulu: 
ss«iBH>.v savxx 
Bmi Gws* — Buir Fsew s. auir 

wsaur :. Duyl AlWb I. TMM-JT 
MirtiM|.SiWmi« iw nn 

aijAttii a. stoSMto 1 a. o—■ l 


MaJamw Soma- Jtoa Stotta A. 
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SuAtoto CArarMy-TWry CAiWwr A 


Gym L LAAfPvA a 


Bvamac OptUAMs 
SMa IS totoi f Ri 1. 
WitolyB L DwMb 1 
iMtoA L TMaI T. 


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RtoaKY L DAv* tiiiwin 1- i«aA 
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MaJmUc BacWa-Tmi aprAtt L <a« 
1. AASy autto L TWaI A 
WUlA-ttAlneA-it* mm. 


two dty juvenile dubs. Oak 
Bay Police and Vampires. 
FinXVB HOPEH 

This might be termed an 
experiment.** expUirred Jack 
Groves, coach of the Police. 
**lt there Is* enough Interest 
this first Hme. we hope to 
build up Interest In It and in 
future seasons turn it into a 
Canadian final to give juvw- 
nUe teams everywhere a real 
goal to shoot for." 

The game Is the brain child 
of Brian GlnglU. who starred 
with Rams and is now playing 
for Vidorla Drakes In the inter* 


WiASw-Cwt Ptom A Pbttt M- 

b?* opumma Om MtXAy A'mediate league. GingUl, who 


'sold the VIdoria league on the 


I Mt 

Regular Draws Tomorrow^, 
At Victoria Curling Club 


Regular draws at the Vic¬ 
toria Curling Club will start 
tomorrow night and will be 
run Ihls season under a new 
system In which rinks will 


Oak Bay Reds 
Blank Cadets 

Dennis Hoyle booted a drop 
goal for the only points of th» 
game yesterday ss Oak Bay 
Red!! fought to a 34 dedsion 
aver Royal Roads in their Vic¬ 
toria Rugby Union match. , - 
. The Wanderers' White squad > |Si?L: 
had an easier time, blanking — 


curl on set nights throughout 
the season. 

The 13 ladies' rinks and 30 
men's rlnJis will curl on Mon¬ 
day and Thursdky evenings, 
while 33 men's rinks wlU 
curt on Tuesday and Friday 
eveniaga. A Wednesday night 
league is being formed for 
dub members who prefer to 
curt only 6ne night weekly. 

This week’s draws follow: 

LAOtes 

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SMpAri. toyt. 

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w, »«"« 
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MtKA). MrMrito 

Ttoritoy. T PlM. 

Gareoii VB 

TtonSAy. f a**l AntorMN >a Mr. 

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McKaj: OKe«lb v«. M SMMh. RA>li«r« 

VA SuMAtaA' W otAbtof g VB. Tam. Mat- 
D i maM VB. TAyto. WiiiB »b. WAito> ^777 
TtoaiAy. T pm tetito va Uttoi; 

BoOriba va MSMt «a SrtpntSI. 

Thontov va OAMtor. PMtwk va TIhmI' 
boa; McLma «A OtrtoBA: C Lawmp 
VB. SriPirlMA: ftrinr M*A4 va C 


TamSA}. i A<B- - TF Lbwbaa va BomI 
a. Wnttk VA OnvglA*' OaaM va 

atUAfne*. aRAf* vb. wntM. ci*« va 

AUdM. Itotor vb. aovvTMA 
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MieTMBR VA J. LMM; Stttoa VA CMAp; 
Ttontor va SHmUSI: BHllMii va Care- 
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Kvmmm <>nMMiB UBrry u««r t idea, aays last year’s B.C 

oSirVtuT^DiM'iisiri^pSi?*^ ®*y **®***^ • —_____ 

compared favorably with the* Naval Tech. 94. on tryt by Neil; a,52I*“WliiB*"oI?*to 'SJC 
1969 edition of the Rams. ; Greggs and Bob Moore and a 1 

nenalty kick by Don Burgess, i iCST^ iMMtort va Mow*. 


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:ocraslon. and Victoria University "A” S 

*u gs > ! The tame will he pUyed team beat the University "B" | s = 

'• *’*’'.under lights al Royal Athletic side, 34-3. Tom Bourne and : VMP A 1 i 

'Park. Admission will be 75 Bob MeWhIrtee led the “A" f q«iin .4 i.iu.tiii, » i 

rimti C«nu tor adulU and 50 cents,team with tsra try, and a con- | EVM777 i { 

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Drakes Almost Sure 
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BjrAlMTAVLOB .ffnd^rs wert there to scoop) iSitiick wi .8 in a food potl 
V’lcforte Drakes eioM>er«l them. Grizzlies tlon to watch Grizzlies 

the mi«hty Vancouver Gri*.!P?^_ **"'«*• "«* K*"^**- 

Ettes. 47-8, 


^ ' ia n'Tihnocked down four and inter- 

at Macdonald three. The only plaee 

yesterday, but as eoach Jack | where Vancouver shouj^ any* 
Patrick pointed out, the victory thing was along the ground, 
didn't prove anything aacept 

that it doesn't pay to fumble. - i cpL r a pit 


_ . t«i j* w ..At Xn^TPORIA 

In a (ame billed aa a battle vucni.K. 

Drakes »<»">' 


of delatislve teams, 

»^e UteraUy handad 34 of yMtrrsity't Knr.;.virtofi. Dnin. d. 
thetr potnta on a allvor platter, vukctiw Gr«ui« i 
Drakoa accepted them frate- 
fully and atroDed Into a first- put 
placeitle with Giizzliea In the 
Pacific Coast Canadian Foot- 
ball Oonference, acorfnx throe 
more points In this jame than 
their total for four previous 
leacue gamea. 

They can break that tie here 
next Saturday with a victory 
over winleaa Surrey Rama In 
the final game of the season. 

Grizzllos have completed their 
schedule, and the llral pUce 
team geU tha advantage of 
home field for the suddan- 
death playoff between Drakoa 
and Grtzallea. 

Grizzlies fumbled ’ a « v e n 
times, and Dmkea' alert de- 


He stood 

on the sidelines after being 
elected in the second quarter 
for planting an elbow In 
back of a rotjghhouslng 
Grizzly. 

Paul Parnell led Drakes In 
tbs scoring department with 
two touchdowns, one on a 33- 
yard pass from Chuck Weeks, 
the other on a 5S-yard run 
Munw>. •wr.r Sam. eilrr intercepting a pass. 
Drskw. jai. Weeks alao passed to Red 

[While for k touchdown and 
pair 


•.«i.i. • •«»»«■•««*■••>[ I,singles and 

where Gerry Kruse and Gary of ronverta. Ken Higgs scored 
Ruckman broke loose often a touchdown and a single, and 
enough to eat up most of Hendry, Pete Ash and 


Grizzlies’ 245 yards rushing. 
NOT DdPSRlHED 
“Tou can't say the dub 
didn’t earn the win,” Patrick 
said later. ’’But see got our 
first 14 points on their luLs- 
lakea. and from then on 1 
don’t think Grizzlies were 
really breaking their bocks 
trying. U see get overconfi¬ 
dent going Into that audden- 
daoth final, the win might 
even have hurt ua.” 


OUTDOORS 


with Alec Merriman 


Charlie Bishop each got a 
touchdown. 

Ruckman. still tied with 
Bishop for the scaring lesd 
wdth 30 points, got Vancou¬ 
ver’s touchdown on a 79,yard 
run late in the third quarter. 
Dav^ SIgurdson kicked the 
convert and a single. 

it was 14-1 at the half, and 
Drakes scored lour touch- 
downs In a wild third quar- 
tar. 


Ballu (Bnumln. VIeswia 
S..4«y, Ori. 14, mo 


Xanyens Have Other Rockets 

in Front 


To Keep Them 


» 14 Jt , 


DICKIE MOORE 
a a a Um AuccessoT? 


If Maurice '*The Rocket"i SUU able to mount their 
Richard, hockey's greatest|powcrful attack, the National 
scorer, is to be missed, there llockey League champions arc 
1 scoring as often as ever with 
w L T r A Pti a crew of sharp shots led by 
Dickie Moore, and Boom Boom 
Geoffrion. whd have Henri 
i Rictoard and Jean Beliveau to 

* make the plays for them. _ . 

i Ny T^ ♦ Bt Canadiens rolled over New liia. MwYBih la 

MnntrMii »; fto«toi» I at Tofneto 1. •at* ■,» ———— 

Nriu guHM. tonight MoMrpoi at Do^ York Rangers, M. before 14.-, 

SfuT™*” “ “154 Montreal fans last night. I flpfo FivP 

^--(nij Geoffrion pach' 17 IV" 

Is no evidence of It after the.scoring throe goals as thetr 


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THIRD ri:aK>i> voeui T sr. 

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13 


first six garnet played 
Montreal Canadiena. 


Big Four Champs 
Return to Cellar 


--ig throe goals as thetr-pt pT • •. 

by I dub remained unbeaten and p OF UlUVCFSltV 
moved three points ahead of • 

the Chieego Block Hawks. y Elizabeth Philpotte scored 
TOP FIVE I five goals yesterday to lead 

After siz games. Mwre victoria Untveraity’a "A” team 

leada acorori with 13 points, , ....._, . 

eight of them goals. Gooffrlon • I®-* »*«■ Marirem 

follows with seven goals and In the Victoria Women’s Grass 
two Asdsts, Richard with three Hockey League, 
goals and six assists and Alex Henderson and Barbara 
BeUveau. along wUh Unemate Emery got two goals each arvl 
Marcel Boaln. art right behi.xi Lee Husband scored once 


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Swim Oakses 

Adult leom lo-swim cUsses 
and a diving club, both ipon- 
■ored by Victoria Amateur 
Swimming Club, will open 
Monday at ■ pjn. at Cryalal 
Cardan. 

Anyone wiahing to Join la 
aakad to attend, or phone 
EV5011S for further 
formation. 


MONTREAL — Hamilton EK+eveny kept . hia club! .... . 

’Dger-Cats. defending Big moving, getting touchdowns 
Four football championt, were 


dropped bark Into the baae- 
ment -Saturday afternoon by 
the Inspired Montreal Alou 


The Alpine Club of Cbnada,! - - r - r - r -i ■ - - -m -mr -in,n n.i.n 

boso membership Indudea ettea, who rode to a smashin g 
etpeclally In south Van- mountalnwra from tha UA| 43-21 win behind the near-per- 
,c area fisheries director jn4_ abroad, was founded bi: fect^ quartarbadc of Sam 


Federal fisheries officials will s^ an explana^ 
of thli suruner’i poor fishii^ 
eouver Uapd waters, Padfle 
Rod Houreton states. 

“At the end of the aeaioa we will makt a thorough review | 
of the aKuation and try la get some explanation." he said. 

He said early flguM Indicate flihing in this area has only 
been about W p« ednt of what might have been expected this 
cycle yaar. He mid It had been a good year In the Strait of 
Georgia waltra, and thera haa been a good escapement up the 

Key to tha matter may ba freshwater conditions In 1958. 

„„ • dry yoar and mllUons of coho smelts, hatchad the, 
year btfore but atlD spending their early life In fresh water, 
may have died beeauta of the lack of water tai tbo spawning 

'“''rid. (IWOl «uH b. th. year that fUhlng would udfer 

‘^oTrmo^ opumistle are still l^n, for that 

haa bam known to reach hero thti late In the|n^, dWtarnTroTsatuIS^ 
. _, . , . Ibut Sheffield Wednesday kapt 

CharU# Guiguat lays there are a few i^tws^p enter- 

Ing Oak Bay wateri In the seven to 15-pound weight ste. MID „ htentic*i slamming of e•na^ 

^ ____a _B... .MA atm msearlsizvln* mKa ' . _ wo i-oTi-ma 


iBIaheveny. 


marches of 82, 86 . 73 . 46. . Dcfe** was the thirt straight,,wo goals. 

61 and 41 yards. He threw for 'J*® ,<>[“««- 

five of them, twice to Veryll® * "JJ)?'!*'''' ’*'• 

Switzer and once each to Hil'l^“ f*”* ‘T" 

Patterson. Don CUrks and f* 

Georg. Dixon. '**« 

- * diens ran in four tuccesilve 


Dixon, leading Big Four 
•eorer, got the other Montreal ■ 

touchdown on an flKht-yart thj« early, 

run around end. It was hla 


ihiiLttliyi 


Awfo In»unnc» 


got hla within 10 
minutes of the last period. I 
Ahdy Bathgate was Rangars’ 1 “ Insnrnble. 


[best, scoring twice and aaslal- 


loney to Paul Dekker, Tom 
Grant and Ron HowelL 
Etcheverry completed 16 of 
28 passes for 248 yarda and 
had none Intercepted. Faloney, 
with 24 sucreases In 39 throws, 
had five intercepted to make 
the difference. 


Hotspur Remains Unbeaten^ 
But Sheffield W on Heels 


tun. but It 


Bay waters and CowIchan Bay waters art atlD producing coho 
hi fair numbers. 

★ ★ A 

U ia atUl a UtUe too early to lee the nhnon-ipawnlng run 
In the Goldatream. The water la atUI low and acme heavy tain 
b Me^ ur provldt enough water lor them to get upstream. 
But 8 t a Mgh tide aoitic mlmsn may bt seen now. Jumping at 
the mouth of the Coldstream. 

* ♦ ♦ 

On Ike hunting scene. Ibrry Horne pulled the hat-trick 
last weekend. He left Vkterta Friday night and wai back 
kfonday morning with a two and a half-yaar-old. 31-lnch ruck, 
■Mass ha bagged In Bridge Lake country behind 70-Mllc House. 
He only walked halt a mile oa the whole trip 

CharUc Hamilton and A1 Tickary have lost eompleted a 
hunting trip to end aP hunting trips; three weeks by plane to 
Watson Lake In the Yukon and ttie Camlar. They saw about 
100 moote, numerous caribou and tlx grizzllet, and captuiad 
a lot of them on film. Bag far tha trip was two laigt mooea, 
two bull caribou, two goats and one grizzly. 


placed Blaekpool. 

The rampant Spurt, whoae 
only setback so far In a 
powerful bid for the champion¬ 
ship was a tied game, booatad 
their points tote] to 25 from 
13 tames. Wednesday haa 21 
from 12 games. 
rOBTUNATB WIN 

It was Just aa wtU for 
Wtdnetday that It mat Black¬ 
pool at Ua worst because the 
dlvialoa’s number two team 
had Ua poocaat game of the 
aeaaoa and needed all the luck 
going. Wednesday got It—two 
early “own goals” by Black- 
poors centre-half Roy Gratlz 
and goalie Tony Walters and 


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ITlh thii setaon. 

Hamilton could only reply 
with tnree touchdowns oni^i«_ , .u u 

paaae. thrown by Bernie Fa-|‘;2n.Tn“w.^ 

lAn*v tft PaiiI TWlrlrmw freosw.' ^ W|uch DOtH clubl COO* 

oentratad on attack. 
STALKMATED 
Meanwhile, Boston Bruins 
continued their pattern 
being unable to win or lose, 
splitting tha points lor the 
fourth oonsecativa time altar 
kwlnt their openl n# geme, 1 - 2 . 

Toronto Maple Leafa who 
also haven’t won yet, took 
1-0 lead Into tha last period but 
sustained Boston offensive 
finally paid oft when Vic 
Susluk darted In to whack in 
the rebo u nd off a shot by John 
Bucyk with lem than five 
minutes left. 

Star of the game was Boston- 
goalkeeper Don Simmons, who 
played without a face mask an 
orders from coach MIR 
Schmidt Simmons slopped 28 
shots, many o( them 


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TL- n - - - - , _ the dispirited BUckpool 

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Georgs KIsaaen. Lome Wicks and party gat four molei , , . _ 

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Mahe People Like You! 

Healthy Mind 
Strong Body 
Within Reach 


By 


LELORD KOROEL 

• LmI •i • 


Th« way you act when the odds are against you 
may very well be the final deciding factor in whether 
or not people like you. 


Andy Capp 





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Compacts Adding 
Power, Speed 
—And Prestige 


Are you a whiner when 
thinfs go wrong? Do you pul 
the bhune on somebody else, 
and never admit that It might 
have been your own fault? 

Do you go on a rampage 
and make everybody else 
miserable when you don’t gel 
your own way? Are you con¬ 
vinced that late conspires 
against you, and do you con¬ 
sider the world a dismal, frus¬ 
trating place filled with people 
who are untrustworthy, un¬ 
grateful. and unfriendly? 

Nobody likes a whiner, a 

pessimial, or a chronic com- •iieni or just plain cussedness, 
plainer. If you're a whiner, you It could be! But your symp 
wouldn’t even like yourself if toms also could be Uioee of 
you could see your own faults vitamin B deficiency. Or a lack 
as others see them. Your o< calcium. Or the starvation of, x new comic panel and am Andy Capp is created by an but Jeff Buchanon looks like 

friends—if you have any left! [your glands by a prolonged adventure strip join The Dally > known simply as the best start to dale. It is 

- may put your Irritable, fault protein, vitamin and Btlneral „ features to- describes his featured today with the corn- 

finding Ways down ta tempera- deficiency. , brainchild thus: Ics. on Page 32. 

day—one from Great Britain, ~He’s a bit sally. But there The Colonist is happy to 
the other from Canada |la much of Andy in a lot of.support artist Gordon Johns- 

Andy Capp. above, is an Old men, a lot of Flonie in most] ton and wrriter Gordon Dewar 
Country sensation these days wives, and he who finds it | In an effort to launch a dia 

In The Dally Mirror. Andy hard to believe that a man like tinctive Canadian comic atrip 


New Comic Panel, Strip 
'Join Colonist Family 


(Chronic Grouch 


Your glands are the regu- uct. because yoUr Mood 
lators of your personality, and continually nourishing H. 


By Clyde Gilnufur 


you've fonottaei, the Capp cluba are springing up Andy could possibly be cher-; Next month, this newspaper 

a tHtmmin. MWA ■ful caJauiti, On* Of tfi* ^very spot where menlished by anyone, has a lot to < will start a second all-Cana- 

* most vital mineral* In ; gather—with the odd cap and learn about women.** IdUn strip, which also appears 

morale bulldera. A serious lack body. Tense nerves and k dAnfUng dcaret as their' Canada has been slow to to have a food chance of sue 
of them can ehange a cou- grouchy disposition are *niong | i develop Its own comic strips. I cess, 

imgeous. friendly optimist into JJ** ^ • caldum de- 

a chronic grouch who is sus. OaenrA Shfilf 

piclous, pcMlmlstic and hostile, f^n the human race and your •* neCOra jneif 
The vital fooda that can family and friends aimoat wish 
ahanga passimlam into optl- that you would, ytAi can ba 
mism. the fears if the Inwde. sure lhai your body is de- 
guatc personality Into courage.' flcient In something that Is 
and tha alow, befuddled think- stopping lu chemlcakgiro cvo o w . 
big of the ranstitutlonally in- Unfortunately, the mineral 
lerior Into claar, quick think- defl ciweei don't abow up in 
big are the B-compiax vkamins. your body until It’s almost too 
mlnorals. and protain. late: Tout' marriage la on tho 

Tho likable peraanaltty and rocka. Your dIspoalUon gone to 
the healthy, efficient brain are pot Your job la bi the balance, 
the raOectlona al a wcU nour- You are a^ng prematurely ori 
tailed body. At no dme In life suffering from some chronic j Filmt 

h your brain a finished prad- disease. — 


Its new aluminum V-S 
' engine puts out an advertised 


Bv J. T. JOXE 8 [Want a chrome barge but do 
* want room and comfon. per-j 

If the manufacturers lormance and plushy ride, 
are Interested. I think I compared to last year's com- 
have a general name for ^ Buick Special Is s 
the latest offerings: pres- rtgor. 
tige compacts. This takes 

in Ford*s Comet, Oldv 155 horsepower—which would 
mobile's F-85, Pontiac’s have been close to the top 
Tempest, Dodge’s Lancer figure half s dozen years ago. 
and-^ur specimen for to> Compre^ion ratio is near the 
day-u—Buick’s Special. limit for regular fuel. 

These cars are all some dls- This engine, incidentally, 
tance from the original^ Idea while It has a lot in common 
of the compact car; low first with the Okismobile F-SS V-S 
cost, moderate power, extra and the optional V-S for Pon-| 
fuel mileage, simple styling, tiac Tempest, is far from Iden- 
minimum size. tical with either, even though 

Yet they have a good deal the specifications sound 
to offer for those who don’t pretty close. 

V 

Determined Attempt 



Technical Details Are Boring 
It’s the Result That Counts 


The Buick appears to be a 
determined attempt to put the 
traditional Butric ride Into 
114-lnch wheelbase, and H 
doesn’t altogether come off. 
The floating senaatlon is there, 
all right, but It seems some¬ 
what overdone on the larger 
bumps. On a reasonaMy good 
road It’s very good indeed. 

Owners of past Buicks will 
feel right at home here. The 
stoning will feel familiar, the 
handling will be about the 
same^lf you tike It you like 
It —• the materials and finish 
are all of Buick standard. 

The Special doesn’t really 
pretend to be anything but s 
four-seater, and as such It Is 
really roomy. To me this 
makes much more sense than 


' Being Agreeable | 

Tw buxinen of havinf i: you must jncct and vanquiih 
BkaMc pnvonality .vooIvm it- i conOicU, blocfci or tnutro- 
wit Into being agreeable tiona. tnlantillsm, and defeat-1 
Inataad of disagreeable, grae- lam. Ysn must get itd ad your i 
kraa tnatead of rude, friendly blind apoia of luvjudice. un-l 
biBtead of aloof, reaponalvc, thinking d I a 11 k a a, ttubbom I 
chaorful. and po a a ei aad of an vitwa. nosUlgla. and, faar of: 
oaay. outgoing conOdenec and new things, 
naturalneas of manner. If you refuw to grow og, 

Stanley C Allyn. a newa^ >»<* ^r tscapes Instead of 
^aper boy who worked Ma' f»einf f»ct4. harbor the envy, 
way through ichool and bo-: hato, and worry that go aloag 
eame pnaldent of the NaUonal *“'> mlawvalutlon and defaat- 
Cbah Rqdater Co. toys: 5™“ •“ *■" 

Today the moat awful mw.' 

ar woman In tha ^ la the dUagreeahle aging par- 

man or wontao who knows 

Wm/ tA totot aim* with ;*®tisijty types sre the srbitreFy 
bow to gel atong y*" o«^|„ tyrant, and the querulous 

Stlons Is the —_ MVa««nlto4*t<Mto r*al Itlaw baa 


people. Human rations i 


Stars . 
DonH 
Shine 

Ip BONALO rABgmAB 

CHANGCHUN, China (Reu¬ 
ters)—There arc no attn In 
Communlit China's flbnland. 

At a movie studio here, Mr, 
Wei, the studio’s 30-year-oid 
secretary, told this eorre^iond- 
ent tolemnly: 

ORDINABV WOMUJtS 


lor complaining, rd like to taka I >Our actors and 


The moat impressive "lampler” I’ve ever heard 
in yean of incessant listening to the phonograph is an 
Everest stereophonic LP (SDBR-700I in the catalogue) 
which calls attention t^ some of the stereo classics re¬ 
cently issued on this dutstanding American label. 


trying to pack-an extra two 
people into a car — not that 
you couldn't get them- into' 
the Special In reasonable Aksh- 
ion. 

Styling of the Special is 
practically a dead ringer for 
the Mg brothers, and this year 
it deserves marks for attrac¬ 
tiveness if not practicality. It 
has the improved looks and 
easier entry that go with the 
disappearance of the unla¬ 
mented wraparound wind¬ 
shield. 

II note one Mt of progress: 
With older Buicks it was neces- 
sary to hit a pedestrian 
squarely to puncture him with 
the pointed bumpers. Now the 
fenders will do it with only a 
glancing blow.) 


Rosalind Ellas and chorus 
IRCA Victor sleieo LSC 239SI 
A majestic secular cantata, 
adapted by the corapowr from 
his famous Russian film- 
score. The performance is 
thrilling — good enough, at 
times, to compensate lor the 
frying-pan hiss from the 
measy stereo grooves. Note: 


Everest records, both stereo 
and ’Tegular” or “mono.” 
originate on 35-mm. film in¬ 
stead of the uaual magnetic 
tape. The technical significance 
of such details laakas my ayes 
glaze with boredom whenever 
a fervent "audio bug” begltis 
sounding forth about It But 
the final product Is all that 
really matters — and Everest 

LPi, In my experience, are: this fault la not too obtrusive 
more likely to be satisfactory | on Ml* standard mono versioa 
In every way than most of the [ ug.gags, 
oompttitiv* discs on the' deal-' 

•rs' BtelvM. I • .MKNDBLaiM>HN: Oc- 

TTi* composers represented [ rviMsa *if> nTn 

on the stereo »~nP'«->«»dlyl>^’^^ ^ 
in complete movemenU or well- # 

deflned^lons instead of the <Vox PL-IUSO). 

usual annoying nuppeta-r^*" “ 
range from Beethoven to Step.;**®" denerous 

l«U*- The Mendelssohn, In 


Not Cheap to Buy 

With the bigfer and morejmsiitet; something refined, 
powerful engine, this can'tiprestigious and far from 
claim to be an economy car}cheap, without being unwieldy, 
except by compsrison with its:Up to now this niche has been 
relatives. It isn’t cheap to buy. | pretty well filled by so 
either, except by the same com- j costly imports, which had bet- 
parison, ter brace themselves. 

Nearly half a ton lighter- 

than regular Buicks. It still, Fair Trophies 

comes near to 2,700 pounds. It, r 

isn’t too heavy for easy driv-^ SoOU 

ing even without power steer-: 
ing. but no stretch of the' Trophies and prizes won at 
imagination would call it light- the recent Saapichton Fair will 
footed. 'be awarded at a prsaenutlon 

The Special la tha first »* 7J8 pjn.. Oct. 21. 

Buick in time tooffer a iS-nkHiton Agricultural 


GOGI GRANT 
. . name worked 


Show 

Business 

By Dick / 
illuiins 

Like many a show business 
celebrity Gogi Grant isn’t her 
name. It's Audrey Brown. 

Dave Kapp o( RCA-Victor 
gave Audrey the name Gogi 
because, he said. "Audrey 
Brown doesn’b sound like tho 
name of a singer.” 

"My face fell when Mr. 
Kapp told me I was going to 
be Mlled as Gogi.” she told 
me. “I thought it sounded 
rather frilly and nonsenslcaL 
But Kapp thou^t the nama 
was right for me—and 1 guess 
it was-but I couldn't resist 
asking him: 

“Whst U a Gogi?” 

“Domed if I know." ho 
answered. “I draamed it last 
night!" 


human being. I.uy young longer and grow 

To be a likable peraonaUty' old gracefully! 


Begin Today 


Eat with a purpose. Don’t I use a good supplement that 
junk up your body’s auchlncry! providaa all of the vitamins 
with etarchas. sugars, and fata, land minerals needed for 
A good rule to follow: {health protection. 

First cat the foods youj I have found for my owa 
NEED. Then, if you atW have | use the fondula called Nutrt- 
the capacity tor something i Time to be an Ideal vttamlD- 
abe. have IL I mineral food supplement 

But keep in mind the very | As a “nutritional extra” — 
rtalistic fact that even appar-! Include at laast thrae toa- 
ently well-belanctd meals spoontnla of tocithin granulas 


in your program dally. 

Health In mind and bedy 
within your reach, and so is a 
IlkesMe personality. But 


reaeea receive star-claaa salar¬ 
ies. The highest paid actor 
receives only about 200 yuan— 
about ISO a month—and the 
average wage Is about H yuaa 
about t34 a month. 

Film d ir ectors' aalarias are 
comparable to thoae of chief 
engineeri tai a factory—up to 
290 yuan—about tlOO a month. 


Naai Death Camp 
j Site for Memorial 

u Vt I ' 


often do not contain enough of 
all the vitamins and minerals 
we should have for bo a t 
nutrition. 

Some foods are naturally | have to apply 

low in vitamin-mineral con-1 learned, and make H work for BERLIN < AP) — East Ger- 
tent: others lose their precious i you as It has for eountlaaa many plana to aroct a memorial 
mttrltkinal subalancos In pro- othera. jnext spring on the site of tha piiony Orchestra under 

Then watch your dreoins; Nazi concentration camp at 
come true—as more and more | Sachaenhauaen, north of Bar- 
people will REALLY like you! |Un. 


ceasing, storing and cooking. 
It is rather difficult (If not bn- 
passible!) to be absolutely 


Muriically Yours 


~r 


chok* of in*nii*l or automatic 


attend 


■Mat imporUnt adence In the > *^ _ss.a, w 11 *' .a a _it 

tonwl curriculum of Bvlng.” I I" * * * . g a r d a d as ordinary 

.. _] tnejrre attu young, put them workers. 

Never fumbto an oppor-, on a high-protein, vitamin, and «s#t«. nni.hin« tiieir fllms.lL~’ . . — 

tunity to be. friendly to any: min^i ..wi _,.k After nnisnmg ineir iuiiis,||,,„ Foster, from Mozart to, . . .... 

menoiy any nunoral diet and watch them they go into the countryside or viUa-Lobo' from Wagner to'*• • Joy 

to factories to work alongakle Copland. ' finish, 

peasanu and workers and get 
to know them, their thoughts 
and feelings so that they can 
Don’t wait until your body la I sure of getting enough vita-.better Interpret them on the 
completely deprived of Ha re-1minnand-minerali from meais^screen ... we have no atara 
serve. SUrt today to ba the: alone. ; in our film Industry." 

person you want to be ... the. For that nasqn. In addition small SALASUB 
perMm you cm, be _ . 1 to good aaUng. It 1. wlae p,! Nor do film actor, and act- 


and still claim compactness In 
any sense. I hope it doesn’t 
mark the start of a new size- 
and-horsepower race, became 
Among <!>• conductors are • MOZART: Ptoae Oi«n-lif|,noesthepuMtcwlllprob- 
aucta solid roaestroaas WUliara oerto No. 22 in E-fiat. Alaojablv soon tire of the whole 
Steinberg. Sir Malcolm Sar-' HAYDN: Pbmo Omcerto in D.jidei me wnow 

gaant, Josef Kripa. Sir Adrian | Opus 21—Jorg Demus. with 
Boult, Leopold Stokowski and i Berlin Radio Orchestra under 
Iger Markevitefa. None of them I Franx-PauJ Decker (Deutsche 
ever did kny better under pre -1 Grammophon stereo 138.049) 
tWatt 


Hall. 

transmission — although .******"*u.!?. . i- 

wouldn’t want to hold myl*»‘ele- 
breath until a manual model, O' G- Ni^^ato at 

was delivered. The sutnmstirl*-**^ b efore Wedneedsy. 

is sllk-smooth. but exaett lts[ 
penaHy In performance asi 
compared to the hand-shift. I 

A « * I 

In general. Td say this carj 
is about as far as thay can go 


vtoaa affiliations. 

Played through decent equip- 
ment. the typical Everett hi-fi 
disc yields an uncommonly 
rich, fun and realistic sound, 
laudable both as to quality and 
quantity. 

Thia coiumn lately has been 
complaining about bothersome 
surface-noise on otherwise ac- 
ceptable stereo LPs. Here. too. 
Everest’s standard of excel- 
lence la as lofty as the 
mountain from which the label 
took its name. 

• PROKOKIRFF: Alex¬ 
ander Nevsky — Chicago Sym- 
Fritz 

Reiner, with mezzo-soprano 


On the other hand, 
into a definite niche 



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THE POINT 

rsnmiMa sv 

FLEMMING 

JORGENSEN 


By Norman Weiser 


Wanda Makes Big Switch 


Wands Jarksca is the latest 198041 season ... Fred Waring acrlea of appearances In 
chirp to make the Mg twitch celebrating hit 43rd year in British Isles, 
from country and western to; show Mx by starting a new PICBINC HITB -Ylna of 
pop. riding the crest with her il2S -city personal appearanct; The Lucky Ones" will be one 
"Let's Have a Party" disking, tour . . . Jack Renny plays of the Mg ones for Aaito 
Kydie Gormr and her best with the Cleveland Symphony Rryaat, who it rapidly taking 
toils. Steve Lswrenea, break- Nov. 4, with all pgxe^ going htr place aa a top femme disk- 
Ing in thetr new nitery act to charity . . . IVs FttogrraU aaaxW. “Patsy” by Jack Heott, 
in Washington. D.C.. then move marking her 39th year in show "Alone At Last" sung by 
into New York's Copa for a bif this month with a strica of Jockto WUaon, and Johnny 
three week stint. .. Watch lor personal appearances under Preston’s “Up In The Air" 
aome toj> (Thrialmaa albums the sponsorship of her kmg- look ripe onea tor thetr fans 
tMs year—aome of the finest time friend and mentor Nar- this week, while Chnkky 
to be relented in years. man Grans . . . Carawn Mao- Chaektr-a -WOiolc Lotta 

ML'Sir RF.AT: Recording H***® England for her second'Shakln’ Goln’ On" and "The 
axecs listening to tho score of 


the up-eeming Broadway mual-, 
cal ''Camelot.” which looks like 
one of the Mg onea for the 


Lili Kraus ijor Vox) and 
Badura-Skoda (for .Westmln- 
sterl put a Mt more sparkle 
Into the Mozart, but Demua 
achievei poetic wonders in the 
lovely alow movement. Beau¬ 
tiful sound and silky aurfacas. | 

• HAYDN: Tha Sakanon' 
Bymphoalea, VoL 2 — Royall 
Philharmonic Orchestra under 
Sir Thomas Bcecham (Capitol 
GCR-7198. three LPi in boxed 
album with good notes in 
booklet). Haydn’s last six 
symphonies. Including the 
Military, the Clock and the 
London, are here given royal 
handling by one of the com¬ 
poser’s foremost. Interpreters. 
The recording enginaera did 
an honest job, toa 


the HucMcbuck " have "Hit" etched 
' in every swinging groove. 

“I’m Gonna Go nshln'" is 
Peggy Lae at her singing beat, 
and if you like your volcea in 
the multiples, try the Harry 
Wmaone Chorale's version of 
“Ballad of The Alamo." . . .1 


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Berle, Gleason, Caeser, Gobel Gone 


13 

tundav, Oct. U. 1*M 


But Skelton Keeps Rolling; Along 



Out of Work 


ine Button Putting Comics 


»nd lor childron—'Th# Ad-I' Anoftirr oldtimer who Juft| Like Skelton »he'i been 
ventures ot Marco Polo.”' passed through town is Ann around. "The only thing I 
•Tve studied clowns In' Sothem, who is Just about the- haven't done in show business 
Italy, France, and Spain.' and last ol the grand dames of is state fairs and. If I could 
I've discovert that the more Hollywood. They call her Miss ride a horse. I'd do thal too. I 
basic you are- the less artls. MGM around her studio. ' I'm started on the stage, went to 

tic you are_the more effeC'ilhe only mid Victorian actress the movies, came back to the 

live. People say Chaplin was, left. I never know any dirt sUgr, did nightclubs, and 
a great pantomime artist. I or anything like that. I live went to televlaion. You know 
say he was a great silent mo- In a kind of a mid-Victorian there are no comedy shows 
tlon picture sur. But he al.|way." Translated that pieans. comparable to mine. I'm the 

ways needed a prop like the.she trails an aura of splendor only comedienne on the air 

rolls he used in The Gold ‘round with her that has gone now, I think. All the rest are 
Rush' to do the litle dance. A! rather severely and deplorably'family shows or Westerns or 
Clown uses hit body, hit fmdal'out of style In Hollywood. I private eyes.” 


The high I grand opera and carnivals. I’ve. 

b^n in medicine shows, on, 
showboats, in circuses, bur-, 
lesque, endurance contests, 
bottle ®'j legit, motion pictures, tele- 
He’d collect hU dot-^vision and vaudeville.** 

■ medicine and then! Lately, he's become an en- 
I without giving thearepreneur. He's bought the 
t h e silverware^ld Charles Chaplin Studios, 
n promised.’* Skelton where he'll produce TV series 
e years old when he with other people in them, 
is nefarious activity "Harold Uoyd told me you'll 
«t got lynched a never achieve any ^greatness 
t times. He was I until you produce and direct 
gely because he was! your own pictures.** Sched- 
I a little y^ng for! uled are **Junior, the Mean 
Widdle Kid.** which was one 
two kinds of show. of Red’s radio characters, 
i haven’t been in—! "20.000 Years in Sing Sing." 


^course, the man who runs the^writers making private jokes more scrupulous, 
laugh machine. I told him that that are getting laughs from pitch man would come in town! 
at a recent screening of a the man with the finger and 

We’re raising a 


By 40HN CBOSBY | 

*There’s going to be a lot 
•f comedy on television this 
year." said Red Skelton drily. 
Then he added: "That’s what 
they say." He sounded skeptl-) 
eal. as well he might As the 
ysars roll on, the real come¬ 
dians fall by the wayside-- 
Berle. Gleason. Caesar, Gobel. 
Bums. Silvers. Only Skelton 
rolls on 4UU] on. 

**I thiiik the guy with the 
finger to putting the contedian 
tut of buainess.' 


comedy show, the audimee no one else, 
was laughing when the sound whole breed of comeciy actors 
track was silent, and silent who never get laughs from 
when the laugh machine was audiences even second hand) as 
going great guns, indicating! In the movies, 
that the public and the man! In his dsy, Skelton has 
with the finger harbored dif-'faceda lot of audiences. He 
ferent ideas on what was started out In medicine shows 
funny and what was not I and you don’t hardly find that 
This Is a very serious prob-'klnd sny more. "There were 
lem and one that's getting I two kiilds of pitchmen," he 
worse. W’ith the situation'explained, "the hlgl^tch man 


he observed. 
The guy with theeftnger la. of 


we’re raising a whole lot of Th^ low pitch man was a little 


• T*iich« 


Solution: Better Films 


Guards’ Tattoo 


r S I I P ■ ^ 

I ' ■ 11 I I I I M 

tUMlILJjr 

•OOB UkTS .TAILABU AT AU. mwOBlAAKCn 


History, Tradition 
AND Spectacle 


Mogul Defying 
Crape-Hangers 


BOX OfTICE 
10 to 9 DiUly 


HOLLYWOOD (UP!)—!■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■*■ 

While crape-ftanfen dolefully 

predict the demlM of the TO71 «,? «. ■ 

nwtlon picture induitry, Rob- W Ilal S It CXI 
ert Goldstein hus rolled up hie 

Meevee at 30th Century Fox ’ Ttaonday to Ratarday— | 
to .taH 17 new picture, be- ninder MUk Wood,* Laaf- 
tween now and the tlrrt ofi ham Coart Theatre, >J* I 
the year. I pjiL 

Goldileln. who replaced the xhunalaT — “RcoMaad oa ' 

optl^Uc abou^^e future! Haa-T. Homw. | 

ot movlei — to the tune ol I | 

028.000.000. I F-Hday — Caldatraam 

That', how much the atudlo| Gaarda aad Cameron Hlfh- 

win upend on films In the next i laaders, “Tattoo,* Memorial I 
I three months. j Arena, 8JN pjn. 

•Tdovles are on the up-i Ocl 23, M—Vletoria 8ym- 

|frade,'' said the newly pUced .^Oi Patrirla Peerta. 


dancetT of the Queen's Own 
Cameron Highlanders 


By BKBT BINNY 
There's something about a 
soldier’” 

So goes the old song, and 
It's right. And 123 of the finest 
will be at Memorial Arena 
Friday night when Famous 
Artists presents a tattoo with 
the regimental band ol the 
Caldatream Guardi from 
Queen Ellubeth’t Household 
Regiment at Buckingham Pal- 
ace and the pipes, drums and 


NEW STUDENT FBICES 
Evenings SLtB. .M aU n s sa Me 
ChUdrea lOe aU performancaa 


They bring with them rec- 
lord, history and tradition as 
'well as spectacle. 

The Cameron Highlanders 
I were raised back in 1793. The 
I Coldstream Guards ary the 
oldest regiment In the British 
Army with a record of active 
I service covering 282 years and 
a famous motto, ‘TMulU Secun- 
dus” (second to none). ■ 

On their North American 
tour the Highlanders were led 
by Pipe Major Ehrafi Macrae 
and the Guards by their direc¬ 
tor of music, CoL Douglas A. 
Pope. 


UTktmtMfwri 
Of ta Era Of Swann! 




Session Start 
\Ahout Nov. 17 I 

I OTTAWA (CP)—The next \ 
liseelnn of'Parliament now la 
expected to get under way 
Ubout Nov. 17, Inlwmed: 
sources say. i 

The dale depends on the pro-1 
greas the cabinet makea with; 
details of Its legUlaHvt pro¬ 
gram. and on results of four 
_, W_..-.I_CO. s. ' 


EXCITINO 

CO-FEATl«E 


GEM 


The tattoo la thrlUing page¬ 
antry at Its best, bringing the 
blare of trumpets, the sklri of 
pipes, the stirring raD of 
drums, color, precision and 
splendor. There will be march¬ 
ing ceremonies, music and 
Highland dancing; the whole 
program Imbued 'with the 
Umahonared magnificence of 
the spectacle orhlch sumunde 
Brltain't Royal House. 

It Is more than 30 yean 
ttnee tht Guarda were here 
before. 


Oci. 31—“Hadama Butter¬ 
fly," New York Wagner 
Opera Compsuiy, Boyal 
Theatre, SJi p4n. 

Nov. 1—“CarallerU Saatt- 
caaa” aad “PagfUed,* New 
York Wagner Opera Com- 
paay. Royal Tkaaira, Ut 


JDCXllH) 

NoeulfcCMnw 

JUESS«EU 

wMaioac 


tbderal byelectlona Oct. 31. 


8UNDAT mDNlTE ONLY 


DRUM MAJOR 
GEORGE BURNS 
.. 123 of the finest 


Entertainment Parade 


Dylan Thorns^ play for 
voices, “Undsr MUk Wood." 
wlU be presented Thursday. 

Friday and Saturday at the 
Langhem Cosut Theatre, start¬ 
ing at 8J0 pjn. 

Directed by Bert WlUlama. 
tbit production takes'thc form 
M a reading which, after aU, 

(• the form tv which the play 
was originaUy orrittan. It wUl. 
howew, be suitably ataged 
with a aet designed by Brian 
Padden. 

The ceript, naturally, baa 
j more than usual intereot even 
< to the point where some of 
the Intereot la veiled. ITic 
fandful name of the town. 

I Uaregubb,'- fv Inotance, Is a 
simple anagram. 

There Is a strong cast The 
i First Voice Is Richard LItL 
iJohn Martin Is tbs Second 
Totoe. Also Included are Helen'organists. 


Lsop,* sobsdulsd tor presenta¬ 
tion at the parish hall on Dec. 
L 2 and 3. 

Dlractad by Dorothea Houat, 
tht cast Incladet E v a n n t 
Murray, Barbara Grant. John 
Dreen and Bernlc Wachtv, 


The Vlctvla Branch of the 


Dates ot the B.C regional 
ot the Dominion Drama Fcatl- 
val fv 1961 are March 6 to 
11, instead of the tentative 
March 20 to 23. 

The entry deadline. Dm. 1, 
and the place. Vanrouw, re¬ 
main the same. The theatre 
sriU be the York. 


Jazz fans win be intereated 
ta note that Broadcast Music, 
Inc., at 38C Fifth Avenue. New 
York, is pubUthlng a tcriv ot 
brochures on Jas artists. 

Already In drcuUtlon are 
those on Manny Albara. GU 
Evans, John Lewis, Cha()ie 
Parker, Johnny Ricnarda and 
George RuaeeU. Others art to 
foUow shortly. 


BERT WILLIAMS 
.. . words on ttage 


Plana fv varied forma of 
entertainment to be ataged at. 
the Butchart Gardena next 
aujnmer are being considered.' 
Five nights a week during 
the months ot July and August 
la the run prcecntly under 
consideration. . 


The first public pregrem of 
the society Is on Nov. 5 when 
there wlU be a recital by 
Fernando Germanl at Christ 
Church Ca'bedraL 


PETER SELLERS nils tom tto abutoit rai|i 
•f bis skill Md bis traly siptrior ability." 

—N. F. Timti 

TM SURE YOU’LL • 

HAVE A’BME TWE^ j 

—McCartaa. The Now Yorktr 


On Thursday night fUma of 
Scotland wUl be shown at 
Holyrood House, atarting at 8 
pjn., by Forsyth Hardy, dlrec- 
tv of FUma of Scotland. 

The showing la under the 
auspices ol the SL Andrew's 
and Caledontaui Society and 
produced in co-operation with 
Trans-Caneda AlrUnes. 


Four CheBsmen 
Grand Masters 

LEIPZIG. East Germany 
(APl^WlUlam Lombardy of 
New York Vaa one of four 
players named an Intematkmal 
frand maater at a chem con- 
jvention Saturday. Others given 
I the title are Carokta Guimard 
>and Hector Roieetto, both of 
ArgMiUfia, and Victor Khol¬ 
mov of the Soviet Union. 


The Victoria Symphony ap¬ 
pears at Duncan on Friday 
with a young gueat artiat. 
pianist Patricia Pey^. 

Other out-of-town aymphony 
dates are Duncan. Dm. 9. 


toOYAL O t Nrft. Oslyi Oct. SI, lev. I 

THKATBB ' AT SJ( PJL 

ON STAGE! IN PEBSON! 

THE NEW YOU OPERA FEN'nVAL PreaenM 
MON, OCT. 31—PUCCINI'S POIGNANT OPEBA 


March 17 and April 7; and H 
Sidney, Nov. 4. Jan. 13 and 
AprU 11. Thus Duncan wiU 
Habb planiata Patricia Perrin { 
and Robin Wood. Uords Pup -1 
pet# and soprano Elizabsth 
Benton Guy. 


BIGGEST 

SAWNGS 


Appearing at 
Sidney wUi be Mr,Wood, guest 
conductors Alexander Gibson 
snd Clifford Evens, plpnlst 
Sheila Bates and viollniat 
Esther Glazer. 


•Vmr of the Most Populv sf Opers-Dnana 
aad Maale af Passionals latenslty!” 

tonowed by 

LEONCAVAIXO'S TEN8E OPERATIC DRAMA 


Ths next production by St. 
Luke's Players wUl bs "Lifvtrs' 


-A attiTlag tragedy af lave. MfUellty aiM vtoleM 
deatb—eet le beaii-readUg wier' 

Full Stag* Productions! 

* SUPERB CASTS R COLORFUL SCENERY 
AND COSTUMES CROBUS aad OBCHESTRA 


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Suiiiay, Oct. U, 1f*0 


INTERLOCKING 
METAL WEATHER 
STRIPS 

TOR ALL TITUS OF 
WINDOW'S and mtOKS 

B. T. LEI8H 

7M NrwpoH KV SMSS 


Fqcus on Slums 
Architect Urges 


McCURY 

Oil-Fir«i Astamati* 
HEATING 

Rabartt Skaat Matal 

• K. r>rk ETi-lllt 


EDMONTON (CP) —| 
The issue of urban renew¬ 
al is one that will require 
consMerably greater atten¬ 
tion in Canada than it has 
received to date, Harland 
Steele of Toronto, presi¬ 
dent of the Architectural 
Institute of Canada, said 
Thursday. 

Mr. Stwl* predicted in an 
address to a service club than 
within the next 10 years 
$80,000,000,000 will be spent 
on construction In this coun¬ 
try, compared with the more, 
than $7,000,000,000 spent In 
19S9. 

The $80,000,000,000 repre 
sents more than the value 
of all existini; buildings In 
Canada, he said. 

Huge areas of farmlands 
will be transformed when 
these billions of dollars are 
spent and millions of dwellings 
built, he added. 

Mr. Steele said 'that of new 
urban territory In Canada 


VISITORS WELCOME to the 


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IL H. IX)HBKtNNl!:R 


Cofiif to PoAiiifk'f rrooet Office, where they wiU 
help you m dtoosiM^ your eatiing or flying 
times, when to economise on the beet ruiee, whut 
to do end where to go when you get there. 
Pauline ere official agente for etl staoffutiip and 
etr Unas, end would welcome the opportunity of 
MfTinf iKNt. i$ no eherge for our many 

eervioee. 


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tpMlol Thit WmA. Koch, from 

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TRAVEL SERVICE 

^ “$Ol B TRAVEL AGENT" ^ 

’ 1006 Goverametit St EV J-9168 


ai they walk Into a place 
whether or not they want it 
It’a men who have to be 
sold.” 

The three main considera¬ 
tions* in buying a house, he 
said, ore whether the working* 
sleeping and IWing areas are 
adequate for your needs. 
QUnCT HTREKT 

The location should be con* 
sidered for Its proximity to 
employment schools, shop¬ 
ping and transportation. A 
quiet street with no through 
traffic is ideal for children. 

Whether it's to be an old 
home or a new one is usually 
a personal preference but Mf. 
Limwid Hated some advant¬ 
ages and disadvantage! o! 
both. 

An older home in an urban 
area indicates an established 
neighborhood where> •‘yac 
know which way It's going and 
what type of neighbors you 
will have.” 

Edftcatlonal facilities are es¬ 
tablished and transportation 
and shopping are Ifi existence. 
LUMP OF CASH 

Financing can be a problem 


MANY OTHER CHOICE PI^ANTS 
LANDSCAPE GARDENING 

Canada's Mont ( ompleta Setectton of QtialHy 

• ROCK PIANTS. • AZALEAS 

• SHRUBS. Etc. 

The Bight Plant for Every Spot In the Gardea 
Letibrunner Road, off Blenklnsop GR74tTt 

Open Dally. Inelitdlng Sundays 


Th* best things in thip Ilf* art I 

fre* on the fabulous Beet to 


IM Nn lal n S«llM|la. Li Hms. IRMHm 

ftpw flac^ip aOTTEKOAM Oct. II. 
Nov. ttt tho lua«*ry hnt NIEUW AMSTERDAM 
Nov. 2. the OMuRO STATENOAM Oec. f.* 

4MI Motwtfif PIRtT ClAStl Alpo eprrymf 
cobtn and toufiPt rippp apppontorp. 


Storage Firm 
|Planning 
I Expansion 


Enjoying a visit to historic Fort Charlotte over¬ 
looking Nassau harbor are these fall visitors to the 
Bahamas. Massive stone fort is a mute reminder of 
Na-ssau's turbulent background. 


■OHTHIY iAIime* Ihiouth Hovambw by HM 
tKrifl Hnor MAASOAM (eplhn| pt Cobh). 


FALL SPECIAL! 


Perfume in Air 


Bahamas 

For Autumn Chill 


Doe to' a special gnaatity purchase, 
W. K. Meades P Co. Ud. are plOMed 
te offer ter oaly 


because most lending Instlm- 
llons do not finance oldtr 
homes to the same extent as 
new ones. If you're thinking 
at aa older house be prepared 
'to put up a larger caah pajs 


NASSAU — Falling leaves every whim of the fall vaca- 
and chlUy temperatures In tloner. It Is one of the Inter- 
Canada are th. sUrtlng .1,^ ““ 

nals for an annual exodus of 1 , 1 ,, charming pUce to 
travelers to the balmy Baha- spend the winter months, 
mas off the Florida coast. HoraeKlrawn surreys still cUp- 
While some northern trees’clop through the streets, wo- 
are becoming bare, bougaln-, len carry sacks of groceries 
vlllea and hibiscus are tumbl-jhome from market on their 
Ing over Nassau's pink and heads and the left-lane traffic 
yellow garden walla, filling is directed by consUblea 
the air with perfvune. garbed in white pith helmets. 

Cosmopolitan Nassau, capi-lcrisp white tunica and red- 
tal of the Bahamas, pampers I striped trouseih. 


ment. Financing of new homes 
can go as high as 80 per cent 
at the value through NHA 
loans. 

The obvious advantage at a 
new home Is that all the mater¬ 
ials art new. It la of the lateat 
design and Is equipped with 
the newest faculties. And “It's 
not lUttly the roof wUl leak 
Ifcxt year." 


Wool production In Britain 
In 1959 reached 83.0O0D0O 
pounds, the highest output 
for 25 years. 


YOU CAN BUY 

AN €sso 

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PhoM Today for 
Ftm Eatimato or 
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W.R.Menzies 


By FRANK EAMES I 

To ring EXirope by bus 
is really living out of a 
suitcase. Before you get a] 
chance to unpack, you’re 
off again for new horizons.; 

Our party of 16 has just 


such beauty spots as Heidel¬ 
berg, Lucerne, Uechensteln, 
Luxembourg, San Marino and 
Monte Carlo. 

In Rome we tiptoed through 
St Peter’s, admired tha price- 
tlesa art treasures ol the VaU- 
can, sat in tha Colosseum, 


was climaxed by a serenade 
from a gaily lighted musk 
barge on the Grand Canal as 
the gondoliers akIlfuUy mar¬ 
shaled their craft into forma- 
Uon. 


TIM s owR racanoit 


-ppded such «tour—23 days ,^vlsitett.j;i» SisUne •'T 


tos.sed rolna Into the Trevl 


From the lime we kft by founuln (locale for the movie 
air for Prestwick, Scotland. Three Coins In the FounUln.) 
unUI the night we returned Our moonlight gondola ride 
contentedly dragging our suit- on the waterways ft Venice 

cases behind us, we never ' ^- 

ceased to marvel at tha 


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On this Christmas sailing, your 
Personal Escoit is your gracious 
host at ship’s parlies, dances 
and festivities. He will help you 
make new friends, have more 
fun aboard the popular 
■’ARKADIA"—famous for 
extra Tourist comfort and with 
Tourist space on every deck. 
Finest Canadian and Continen¬ 
tal cuisine, expert service by 
highly trained stewards. 

'MWKS Cknstiius SsiIm|N(w IS-lsadw - BitawrtiivM • ksittfdaa 


PLAHHIH6 IS HALF 
THE FUN! 

Now la th« time to start 
planning your trip to Eur¬ 
ope for next spring and aum- 
mer. 

Advance schedules and col- 
6rful descriptive folders are 
now available: dre^ in and 
let US provide you with a 
do-it-yourself "dream ■ trip 
kit”. 

Decide at your leisure where 
and when you want to 
travel, then let us worry 
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CUSSIFIED 


VICTORIA, BRITISH COLLMBIA, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1960 


PAGE SEVENTEEN- 


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Mr. tutd Mn. R. L. UtocPhe* 
. . . it wu all worthwhile 


Foster Parents Needed 

^Calling Us 
Mom, Dad 
His Idea ’ 

Br IAN 8TBER 

When • •even-year-old boy. wcH ealt Tom, flnt 
came to live with hb new foater parcnti he wa« pain¬ 
fully polite and correct in hia behavior. 

A pnrtod of fooling oat fot 


lowod. Mr. and Mn. R. U Mac- 
nwt raeall tho boy aront 
throogh a augo wboro It 
aoamod ho was trying to bo 
baA aa U Id toot iboir love 
and andoratandlng. 

It took Mm two montlia to 
laaRao ho waa roally bomc.* 
aaya Mr. MacPhcc. *Thcn It 
wag Ma own Idoa lo all ua 
man and dad.” 

It la thia abUlty to “M the 
child aevo towards them" that 


Is so Imgorlant bi aueeoaatul 
tostar parenta, says Mrs. B. U 
P a e klo rd. foatar home sapor- 
vlaar lor tho TamUy and Chu¬ 
rn’s Barvloa, a 
Ch ea t agency. 

Footer parents must alaa a^ 
cept particularly in tho 
af ado l oocent bo)ra and gtrla. 
tho fact that tho child's Brat 
leyahy will always remain 
adth hts own family, even If 
ho never roCums to live in his 
former home. 


Kmotional Upset 


Plenty for Food Stall 


Everyone Looked After 


Yesterday ^Thanksgiving Day^ 


It wai « real ’Thanksgiving 
Day'* for avoryone at Victoria's 
rreo Food Stall yesterday. 

Said convener Mrs. E. E. 
Harper: 

"My own heart could just 
burst with thankfulness. We 


had a big crowd, with many 
new ones, but the good people 
.of Victoria responded — In 
advance-BO well that every¬ 
one was looked after. 

"We would like to extend 
our thanks to all the donors.** 
Donations were many and 


varied. There were two tons 
of potatoes, contributed by 
the Potato Mariceting Board, 
brought to the stall by Evans 
Coleman and Evans Ltd. 

They were loaded and un¬ 
loaded by Roy Fletcher, sec¬ 
retary-treasurer of the Cana¬ 


dian Brotherhood of Railway 
Transport and General Work¬ 
ers, and Jack Peace of the 
IWA. 

Also donated were 18 cases 
of cabbage, about a ton of 
apples and pears, 1.000 loaves 
of bread, quantities of squash. 


carrots and other vegetables, 
and a quanity of moose meat 
from donors' freezers. 

In addition, there was 
enough cash donated to enable 
the stall to buy all the pow¬ 
dered milk, margarine and 
rolled oats It needed. 




Wurtele to Ask 


What About 
Phone Plan? 


Reeve A. C Wurtele, of Eaquimalt, aaid last night 
he will aak the B.C. Telephone cotnpany for a prograw 
report on ita long-awaited aurvey of an emergency 
phone ayatem for Greater Victoria. 


Mr. Wurtele wu appointed, 

•everal months ago to head a alarm centre wu raised re- 
apeclal Intermunidpal nibcom-1 cently by Saanich Fire Chief 
mittee itudying Ihe problem.' Joaeph Law. HU proposal met 
The telephone company with mixed reaction from pro- 
brought In an ouUlde expert lection service offldala. But 
to make the aurvey and pro-;heads of tha. four municipal 
mlied a report within two agreed It wu worthy of 
months The deadline hu ' aludy. , 

pasted. , After Mi initial meeting 

T am itiU hoping lo be ahleJwlth telephone company 
to report something concrete^ offlclala. Reeve Wurtele warn- 
te tha intermunidpal cora-jfd the emergency ayatem 
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iColwood Track 


Night Harness Racing 
Here Next Summer? 


mittee when it meets next 
Friday,’’ the reeve uid. 

He will contact telephone 
company officials Monday. 

Tha need for a central 
amargcncy poUca and firs 


higbt be fairly expensive.' 
It wouM be up to the munld- 
paUltes to reach agraalncnt on 
cost sharing if the company 
cornea up with an acceptable 
system. 


-There la a ehronk naad for 
more faster paranu." aaya Mrs. 
Packfoed. This la partleularty 
trua af older children, tbase 
wkD ore af gUfbrem racial 
origin, and prcble m children 
suffering frem emotional 
upsst. 

Testerday aftemoen In Holy- 
road Heuw some 115 loeter 
poipote attended a coflm party 
acrangsd anU paid lor out of 
Its own funds by tha Women's 
Auxiliary to the Family and 
Childtan's Barvice. 

The MaePheea were there 
and thay were Ifappy to talk 


about their experiences u 
foatar parenta. 

"It talus a lot of patlanoe, of 
anurae," aaya Mr. MaePhee. 
"But you'vt got to lava kida, 
not Just when they're being 
good, bui all the Ume. Bccaum 
they da gat Into torn* actapu 
Uke all kMa." 

Two yean ago the Mae- 
Pheaa. chlldleu sinoe the mar¬ 
riage dght yean before, gave 
birth to a daughter, much tb 
tbe delight of their fostcr-eon. 

Tom la now doing well In 
hla third year In school and 
according to Ma proud father 
he’s "an boy." 



Most Satisfying 


"The moct utiafying thing, lo share with foaterbrolhers 


about having foster-children la 
to am tham came along under 
yadr care," says Mr. MaePhee. 
"Racantly wa took a baby 11 
days old that had a club foot. 
When he left ua thrm months 
later hla foot wu practically 
well, and he wu the lalteM, 
happiest baby I've ever seen. 

"That alone made It all 
worth while." 

Mr. end Mrs. Bill Belscher. 
amS Brsefeet. have taken four 
foaterehlldren In addition to 
four of Iheir own. They live 
on a 2H - acre property In 
SaaMch and believe It's good 
for their yaungsters to learn 


Veteran! piano tuner Herbert H. Stark, 4533 Cheea^ 
man Road, liatena carefully to the “action” of an 
upright piano. He haa been in the buaineea 63 
yeara.—(Colofiist photo.) . 


Breakd Wrial 

Patricia Perrin, 15-ycar«ld 
Toronto pianist scheduled to 
play with Victoria Symphony 
Orchestra at Duncan Friday 
and In Victoria Sunday and 
Monday, hu been forced to 
cancel her appearance. Word 
from her mother, Mre. Hu- 
vty Perrin, is that Patricia 
IMS broken her wrist. In her 
place will be Mlu Sheila 
Henig, Toronto, who ap¬ 
peared with the symphony 
but November. (Pfioto by 
Marcel Ray.) 


By TED SHACKLEFORD 

Preliminary negotiations are under way to bring 

night hameaa radng to Victoria. 

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Horae racing baefcen have 
shown Interest in starting the 
sport on the £olwood loir 
ground track during the sum¬ 
mer and inquiries ara being 
made to tha British Columbia 
Hamau Racing Association In 
, Vancouvar. 

SUPPORT BERK 
' The association hu intimated 
'It would welcome an oppor- 
; tunity lo bring Victoria into 
ills Jurisdiction and a number 
of local horaemen are proparad 
:ta support the sport. 

I The Colwood track would 


( 

By Same Bullet 


Small Boys Shot 
In Roughhouse 


Small brothers DonlcL A 
and RoMn Patterson, A of UOS 
Chariton, Saanich, are In 
-lair" and "good" condition 
respectively at St. Joseph’s 
Rospltel following an accident 
urly yesterday in which both 
were struck by the 
bullet. 


The shooting occurred dur-j charged, 
ing e typical youngsten' 
"roughhouse" In the family 
kitchen at about 6.45 a.m., be¬ 
fore the parent!, Mr. and Mn. 

Sam Patterson, hod risen. 

Danny and Robin, with 
Richard, 10, and slater Wendy. 

9, were up early and had gont 


Into the Mtchan to play, 
Saanich police Mid Mr. Patter- 
eon said. 

The gun Involved, a semi- 
automatic .22. had boen left 
under eome cloUiea on the kit¬ 
chen table Friday night. 

In tha osorning. one of thg 
umei children found Ihe gun. and 
i during their pley It wu dis- 


lighting lor the sport, but 
the track itoaU la already 
formed. 

IDEAL TBACK 

horaemen nid luU 
night the one-mile track woultf 
be Ideal for trotting and pacing 
events u It Includu two 
straightaways, each about 
three-elghths of a mile kmg 
Agriculture Minister Steacy 
iMs approved the Idea and a 
tentative approach hu been 
made to Attomeyflcneral Bon 
ner by an official of the Brit 
ish Columbia Agricultural As- 
aoclation. which laoaca tbe Col¬ 
wood fair ground and track. 
VKBY WELL 
"Back east, hameaa racing 
at night hu gone over very, 
very weU.- mid Aid. Geoffrey 
Edgelow, president of the 
BCAA. 

"Lights for the track 
shouldn't be too costly,” he 
added, "and It might be poe- 
aibla, for a start, to arrange 
parking so patrooa could lit 
In their care around the 
natural imphftlMatre and 
watch raou from there." 

FDfANCUL FIRMS 
A numbar of local horsemen 
have expressed Interest In 
taking port In hameaa racing 
on the track, he uid. "We 
have had various Inquirtea 
from financial firms Interesled 
In backing up the sport.' 


Tories 
Meet 
r Oct. 27 

Annual meeting of the 
EcquImalbSunlch Progressive 
Conservative Asaoeiation will 
be held before any date la set 
for a convention lo nominate 
a randidale to succeed Lleuten- 
■nt-Goveraor G e o r g e R. 
Pearkes, pmldent C H. Ren¬ 
nie uid last night. 

The dkfe of the annual meet- 
ing hu been set for Oct. 27 
In Lake Hill Women's Insti¬ 
tute Hall at 5 p.m. 

'-This meeting will be put 
forwaid, however, If a by«la» 
tion la called In the interim,* 
uid Mr. Rennie. 


Buttery Wins 
Driver Test 


Started in 1897 


veteran of 63 years In the 
piano tuning buslneu. doesn't 
believe In listings. 


and slaters. 

Mr. and Mn. H. W. Lane. 

804 McKenxIe, have provided 
a faster , home for a aet of 
twins and four other children 
In the pul,-and now-,M>ve 
three footer - cMIdren ll^sg 
with fhere. They have one 
baby boy of tbeir own. 

' , . . way piano company. 

Mr. Lane sums up Ms feel-, ^ __ 

Inga this way; "Tou ve got to 
love children, lhafs aU." 

At preaMit there are about i 
250 wards of tha FamUy and; He expUlned a Uclory wu 
Chlktren’a Service. Some 125 the only place to lum the 
are placed In foeter hornet and bualneu thoroughly 
other! are ulfMupporting. butl Working on an old upright 
remain the warih of tha plane yuterday, the veteran 
agency until they are 21. tuner admitted there weren’t 


lung and,liver, and lodged in 
Rabin's left side. 

"I wu awake at the time." 
Mr. Patterson told the Colo- 
nlsL "but I wu stm In bed, 
playing with tha baby of our 
10 children. I heard tha 'pop' 
the gun madt—thay're not very 
noisy — but didn't think too 
mach abotlt It until Robin 
came Into the room and laid; 

“ 'Daddy, Fm ahot!’ 
MOMENT OR SO 
*1 carriad him out to the 
kitchen to examine him. and 
It vras a moment or lo before 
we knew that Danny hod been 
ahot. too. 

too many people interested, [eat stay* In one place wu In "He wu running about, still 
There were lew placet to train Winnipeg where lltey lived 12 Playing, in the living room.' 

Mr. Patterson notified the 
telephone operator, who called 
Saanich pMIcc. llielr ambu- 


Dava Buttery, a running 
mate of Aldo Dus from EaquI- 
nMlt naval dockyard. talUed 
30414 pointe to win tha aeml- 
trailer, tandemMxle-rlus com- 
petitloita yeeterday In the 
The federal government re-| Western Command ufe and 
cently recognized the BCAA.,skilled driving competition at 
which hu been Inactive lor|Fort Osborne Barracks, 
shout 20 yemrs. : Winnipeg. 

youngsters' [ The bullet went through -- - —-------- 

Danlers right side, injuring his 


‘Retired’City Piano Tuner 
Still Strikes Steel Strings 


worn pmiiCR 

•nw dlwctory lists him as rs- ^ ^ ,y„„ 

tired, but Herbert R Stark. Worktnc with him Is his son Said Mr. Stark: "I had a 
Ronald, the third feneration of i brother who worked for the 


piano tuners in the family. jCdontsU we fot tired of read- 
"Most everyone else has the tng his letters about roses In 
food sense to keep out df the'December whBe 


we ware 


He started In the i puslneas." says Mr. Stark. "lA i shovelling 16 feet of snow so 

of plafw tuning in 1887 in the 
Hamburg factory of the Stein- 


"I had to learn the language 
] as well aa the buainess.** he 
, said. I waa 15 at the time. 


stark madneaa I suppose.'* adds we packed. 

Ronald. 1 He went to work for Heiniz- 

On the advantage side of the I man agency here then later 
business Mr. Staiii points out branched off an his own. 

piano tuners are all free -— 

lancers. *‘We get up when %ve| 


lance took Robin to hospital, 
and Danny was taken tn by 
tho Saanich fire department 
ambulance. 

"People who have children 
should never keep guns about"* 
said Mr. Patterson later yea- 
terday. 


Seen in Passing 



REG WAGGONER 


Beg Waggoaer mcuuring a 
bolt (Shipwright's helper at 
McKay-Cormaefc Shipyard. Rag 
Uvea at 2651 Victor with wtfa 
Rrca d a and son Wiaoe. now 10 
weeks oU. HU hobby-—bowl- 
Ing, of eounel.. . . Jim Law 
shoaring friends a cock pheas¬ 
ant .. . Bob Breaton being 
checked by game wardens , , 
Eelth CoIBm having troublei 
retrieving a bird ... Bob Mari- 
mu wailing lor that one shoot 
. 8ae Rooke and Joanne 
TboaHNi returning home from 
a basketball game . . . DavM 
Woodawort b handing around a 
pUte of undwiches . . Mrs. 

Gwaa Laady providing helpful 
Information . . . BUI Slaaloa 
talking to some hunters . . . 
John GeBfag talking about tha 
opening of the grouse season 
. . . Ltoael DMuon making ut 
a MU . . . Bob Karr and Ed 
Ookiert enjoying a day of 
hunting. »“. 


fael Uke It, we don't work If 
we don't want lo. we never get i 
rich, but we earn |s living." he 
says. ^ I 

The Starks arrived In Vlc- 
torls after a number of slope 
acrosi the continent. The long- 



Death Ends Dream of Gireer 

•A 

Bonnie’s Goalof Teaching 
Sdon in Grasp of Others? 


Cathedral Pigeon Sleuths Cite 
Aid and Comfort to ^Enemy^ 


BONNIE BARRETT 
... lavarite gamt 


With tha passing yaart. Bon¬ 
nie Barrett wanted more and 
more to % bacoma a teaciMr. 
Now, bedisuae of her, other 
youngsters with the same am- 
bitlon may bt abU to ocMevc 
tbeir goal 

. BonnU. who was 10 Mat 
July, becbiha U1 about two 
months ago. Yesterdoy after- 
noon she died. 

Her dream of a career ea a 
taachcr wtU never come tnit. 

That dream, however, led 
friends and tha family, Mr. 


and Mrs. E Gordon Barrett 


U83 Colwood Crtsccnt. to an 
Idea. Anyone who might have 
aent flowars to tbe luneraL or 
to the family. U asked injtead 
to make a amaU donation to 
what wUl be known aa the 
BonnU Barrett Cotwood Bur- 


to 


FHiBON PORT; Pesky 
I pigeons messing the front 
' steps of Christ Church Cathe¬ 
dral have kmg been a problem. 

Church tfflciaU, acting on 
the theory that it U better to 
I Cleon out the pigeons than 
clean up the mesa, thought 
: they hod the answer. 

A dummy owl waa hung 
take from beneath the eavee—a sort 
of Hid scarecrow which has 
be dU- always woriied at othar eaUb- 


uates who Intend 
teacher training. 

ThU bursary wUl 

penied at the discretion of thciUshmehte where pigeons are 
high school prIncipsU In cases a problem, 
where It will be moct valued. | — 
nius BonnU’s friends hope'^^*, 

-i to keep aUve the memory of 
eatyFund. !a UtUe girl whose Isvorlte! 

These donationa may be goiiir waa "teaching school;" , —-despite the 

made at any of the Sarvla a little firl known for . her ^ 

funeral chapela. where they kindneaft and food natuiv; a' Churrti aleutha were given 
will be put tn trust. ; little girl who tovefl SQbare^^^j^_I**^ flndinf o^ 

Iht plan, alreudy given of¬ 
ficial approval. la^H provide 
a bursary of $25 for deserv* 
ing Colwood high achool grad- 


^ -Ig L __,-- --- - 

dandng. and baton twirling;P'^’ *000 casM up with theahortly go up. can thank 

wKa tolwto'ua Hial •• anSWer. ^ j mmos- somaa** 

wl Each 


steps, put her ImimI into 
paper bag, gnd producad Urge 
ainounU of brt^ to feed the 
pigeons. 

They're stut trying- to make 
her stop. 

* * * 

SORE POINT: One of the 
problema eaaocUted with Ice 
arenas U that of youngsters 
w)w Uke 'bne out by ^ttlng 
atop the boards, kicking their 
skates against the woodwork. 

But Reeve A. C. Wurtele of 
Eaquimalt where a new arena 


TOURIRT DETRACTION t 
A lot U said about what tou^ 
Uts Ilka about Victoria, but 
what don't they Uke? 

"You'd be surprised what a 
Urge number of the heels are 
about tliU year." according to 
a leading tourist official. 

It's the neon lign over the 
a Queen’s Park Arena In New front doon of the Empress 
Hotel. 


Peter Bruton*s 
Capital Notebook 


who always did well at Col-I*"***''- - * I fully say: "It can’t happan 

wood ElemenUry School: who' Each morning a UttU old'hare * 
wanted to be a teacher. *Udy turned up at tbe Cathdnli He's adopted a lealura of 


Westminster where a series 
of sharp-pointed triangular 
proiectlont arc built Into the 
top of the boards, making It 
ImpoaaIbU (or anyone to alt 
thm unless they wear armor, 
a * * 


Typical comment: "It’s so 
Incompatible with the beauty 
of the Inner Harbor.* 

a a a 

ROYAL WELCOME: 
UeutenaitSOovenHir and Mri. 
R EEIEH OAME: Two young. Oeorge E. Penricaa will attand 
golfers. pUying a match at tile 11 a-m. service at Christ 


Ganges earlier in the week, 
ware spotted moving around 
the course In a small red Nash 
Metropolitan. * 

They figured It waa the 
easiest way to pUy their game 
and Usten to the world stries 
. qa the radto In their car at tbe 
same time. 


Church Cathedral this morn¬ 
ing. 

Dean Brian Whittow said 
lost night that the Ueutenant- 
govemor arUl be met outsldt 
at 1055 a.nL and bt atoorted 
Inside — the same official 
church w e I e a m a accorded 
royally. 














































































IS 9aill( (roldniat Victoria, B.C., $«■., Oct. 1(. I9M 


Your Problems 

By Ann Landers 


Drar Ann Landon: My sister-in-law had a baby 
out of wedlock. She’s 26 years old, and old enough to 
know better. To make matters worse she stayed on 
her job until the eighth month and acted as If e\’ery- 
thing was lovely, ' - 

When I told her that people ^ 

are not blind and thaV^e ^ * 

ahould have had the decency "“y®** 

to at leoat .lay out ot alfhr VT' 

.he told me to mind my own t 

bualne... We got Into a big ^ '*»“"«*•.» 

taUon meant ao much you 




\ 


Clothes Make 
Your Man 

By HARRY jrsTKR ,poos, hla hair once a wtsdc 
Dear Mr. ,lu«lrr: I am sure probicm.s arc 

that trousers did not always •* •** 

carry crea.ses down the trent. *"? y°“ P”"' Vo^r 

Is there a r>>ason tor their be-, ["P i •b®* It 

Ing pre.s.sed this way? ART C. 


should have told the hoateaa 


argument and now we arg not 

**".•■'^*17 ternu. about your traditional birthday 

, be honMl, I don t know rommltment and given her the 
how I ahould feel or act toward to include the other girl 

land her husband. If she failed 
SOUTHERN LADY. to the ball, you should 

* * * have refused and stuck to your I . Dear Mr. duster; My hus 

Dear Lady: "Hate the aln— original engagement. People band la short, only 5 feet 6i 

but love the sinner." Your who treat close friends shabbily AND MR<S HARRIC Inches. He Is quite stor ky and 

sUter ln-Uw made a U-agic mis-and expect their "great friend- mk. anu Mttt>. MAKfUb pu„,„ Kv, R«.w has a rather short neck, I 

take and she Is paying for It a ship" to survive the blow, don t j. j. Pnoto D> Kytn StuaiO. »„u|d ni,* t# „now what style 

hundred' different ways that deserve good frlettds. * W ★ of shirts he would look best 

you kndw nothing about. * * a \ Button down, tab, etc. 

An unmarried, pregnant girl Dear Ann lAndera: I work A M-M. J MR.S. D, B. 

who stayed on her lob and with a young man who Is 23 Ml gmWt W" M gmWMOwnO ZM TW-gfWMgM He's not the button-down 

faced the humiliation certainly years old. He was discharged . JL ». M/M type. That's loo casual, with 

didn't enjoy it. She apparently from the navy a year age, and too much "break" for a stubby 

needed the money badly. U now In the Inactive service. • M ^ JtAT* I. neck, I would suggest (H con. 

Treat her with kindness and He wears his naval uniform nfWfWf) fwM M QO fC W*f ventlon. reguUr colUr (2) 

conIwereSL She It'O b*l>'Karnes and other sport MJ t ^ irltOO JLLfJ i i M short, tab style If not worn 

Mre than you know • Ing evenu because It gets him too lightly (Si round coltar 

J In f" >>»“ ^ »**> Miss Constance Arlene Ro- Cohvood Golf Oub, the couple, dress with matching hat, wl'h a slight spread. The low 

„ , , _. . „ his uniform i^en he wants to bertson entered SI. Andrew's Irf* for a honeymoon In Banff iSwiss chocolate shoes and bag »lope-cut. designed with the! 

uear am i aaaere. nease bitch a ride, and brags that ^ , | and Sun Valiev and a mink stole collar lower In front, is best 

/teU J"* b** It's a help when It comes to ^ -For her golng-aw.y costume Mr. and Mrs.’ Harris will!'®'’ Mm. I also would tecom 

any JustlHc^n for being lud picking Up girls, •™ »» father, and ,b, bride wore a teal blue wool I make their home In Victoria. smooth broadcloths. Ox- 


Blam<b the Prince of Wales 
the one who later became 
King Kdward VII. In the ISTO’n 
he paid ua a visit. Trousent 
then were worn “roufKl" or 
crea.sed down the aides. The 
prince, for -no good reason, 
other than perhaps deriding i> 
was time for a change, had 
his pantaloons creased front 
and back*as well as down the 
sides. The local dandies Irni- 
tated this ‘'square look.*’ L^ter 
the side creases were dropped 
and the front and back creases 
became the vogue. This is orw 
style that hasn’t changed. 


to him. MRS. S. S. 

Regardless of how b i g 
headed a man may be. moat of 
the rest of him shows. What 
magic does he use to make it 
unnoUceable^ His logic makes 
as much sense as insisting the 
only thing to keep hia car at-' 
tractive is to wash the wind- 
^ield. Need any morg be said? 
TIP FOR THK DAY ^ 

If your hip pocket has been 
the resting place lor your 
wallet. U’s apt to cause a 
strain on the back trouaei: 
seams and also create a coat 
bulge. Try shifting it to the 
Inside breast pocket of your| 
coat. You may find It more 
comfortable, too. 


Of the 
ToV/rJ 


'A 

’ 'rj " T ' 

(lifu this mninff 
. .in ry cn/iing 

^o 6 >fUf 

STKAK HOUSE 
RESTAUR.-\NT 


0|Mi Sviilay 


llMkMI 


BI*«m 


it being I gujptct he It doing tome- proceeded up the centre title 
thing lUegtl but I don't know ,b the mtin titar where the 
PlSTJfi!:* became the bride of Mr. Ed¬ 
ward Ronald Harrit, in a 
ceremony performed by Rev. 


at me. I think 
petty and foollth. 

Our blrthdayt «re tha tame for ture. _ 

day. For yeart we've been me the facta?—IRATE CTTI- 
celebrating together by having Z3^. 
dinner out—Juat ut and our * A a 


huabanda. Thia year wa had Dear Cltlxan: Thla firilaw ta'Fat her E. J. O'Dwyer of 
the time and place all aet and abualng tha uniform and ahould; Agaaxiz. 
a friend of mine called and be reported to the neareati x.,*. 

Invited my hutband and me to naval authorlUet. If, after be- , w ’ p“*. 

dinner at her home. I heard Ing wamad. he docan't alep ™ Burdett Ave- 

th«»gh tha grapmdn. that line, h, may .wlml up In 

ollwra had baen InWted to drop Inactive memlm of »»»»«. j ^ aHwTrgana fa.hloned 
in later and surpriat me. ^ vIm may wear their unlforma Jeeeptng back. 

I phoned my first friend ind, onjY « ^ •**^®I'* • tUghUy en trsln. Front paneU 

•Iked if she’d mind postponing njUIUry funer^ m^rUJ i«f- ChsntUly Uoe and 

our birthday dinner until next | vice, iaauguiml or tskiDg part ended in Uly points. A 

week. She said If our tradl- j * patrl^k? j p^^rl and sequin hand 

tlonal ccla^tlon ^n't tncjnl ^ ^ ^jheld her fingertip veil of 

any more to me than that, to hruM. wwi uu waoui. •«. tmd w-! illualon net. She carried gar- 
forget It from now on. *3 iw ««i«r»'.‘» <*i«c "i^ — — 

I waa deeply hurt. After all. 

ahe la my beat friend __ 

opinion would be appreciated.—JwiiVw preMm. 
m 1VV* /\t t*f* I * FSTV if iiUi nc* 

_Hinwi ■Ftf-sSW—S iw<nlie«. 


I denias. stephanotls and ivy In 

. C«BU la CMB md a iMit. wV-aJdrnMd.'' 

Vriur wmlaa* * 

xi’ur, A.. LMitn ««S W qi 


PUT OUT. 


Gireer as Gillector 
liect of Address 


The new wing of the Art 


her bouquet 

The bride'a allendanta. four 
coualna, were gowned In au¬ 
tumn ahadea of cryatal or¬ 
ganza. Mal(l4)t-NDnar. M1 a a 
Loma Kerr wore bronze; 
brideamalda, Mlsa Linda Benol- 
kln and Mlaa Bonnie Rlngrcae 
wore aea green and little 
flower gIrL Mlaa Janlne Mc- 
Caualand was In bronze taf¬ 
feta. and carried a basket of 
autumn flowara. Senior atten- 
Tlcketa may ba obtained danta carried bouquets of 
from members of the women’s I feathered white chrysanthe- 


committee or from Mrs. A. H. 
Bamford, general convener, at 
EV 341063. Table reservations 


mums, heather and Ivy. 

The groom, son of Mr. and | 
Mrs. R. G. Harris, 1250 Crown [ 


Gallery will ba the scene ol a 
daaaert party and lecture on 
Monday. Oct M at 1.15 p.m., 
arranged by the women’s com¬ 
mittee. may be made by telephoning i Crescent, had Mr. R. W. Me- 

A variety of delldous. at- ; Mrs. F. W. Baylla at GR 7-3670.1 Daniels aa best man. Ushers 
tractive deaaerta will he served i At the meeting of the wo-' Mr. Ove Witt, Mr. David 
amorgaxhord style, tha Idea be. men’s committee held at the' Sro*™ *"<'Mr. Douglas Park. 
Ing that ticket holders havejpi|i,ry Wednesday evening Following a reception at the 
their lunch at home and finish. the president, Mrs. R. Stark, 1 
up with a leisurely dessert and welcomed nine new members, 
coffee at tha gallery. Mrs. M. Anderson. Mrs. P. L. 

Following dessert. Mrs. Biaaley. MrA T. G. Bowen 


Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Milbum, 23T1 Hamlota Street, 
announce the engagement ot their only daughter, 
Helen Elizabeth, to George Alan Wright, young¬ 
est son of Mr. A. Wright, 755 Wilson Street, and 
the late Mrs. Wright. The wedding will take place 
on Friday, Oct. 28 In Oak Bay United Church. 
Miss Milbum is a graduate of the Royal Jubilee 
School of Nursing, Class of 1960.—(Photo of Miss 
Milbum by Chevron and Mr. Wright by Meyers 
St udio.)__ 

WA Bazaar Theme 
Out of This World 


ford or bosket weovc fabrics 
art too bulky. 

★ * « 

Daar Mr. Juiitrr: I'm in my 
thirtlaa and need your opinion. 
What do you think of man 
shaving under their arms? It 
feels refreshing and more com¬ 
fortable without a clump of 
hair. My wife doesn’t know 
what to say even though she 
shaves her legs and under¬ 
arms. She's afraid It nuiy not 
be considered masculine. What 
do you think?—L. B. 

It’s no leu masculine than 
shaving your face. However, 
that's not the Important‘ques¬ 
tion. The hair under your 
arms Is coarW than a wom¬ 
an's. Also tha* skin in this 
trea is tender. Continual shav¬ 
ing may cause - irritation. 
Rather than use a razor, trim 
it short and apply a good 
deodorant 


Dear Mr. Easier: My hus 
band claims that the only part 
of a man that stands out is 
his head. According to him If 
he shavaa regularly an^ sham- 


To Marry 
Next Month 




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Norma Macdonald, well-known: Cotthurst. Mrs^A. L. BrUtowe. md their two children Sharon f*wilured will be aprons, 
authority on antiques, will Mrs. D. M. W. Hummell. Mrs. .^d Joan and Miss Diane-Christmas novelties, parcel 

—— -V- - -- poat^ mystery boxes, Christ¬ 

mas foods, home cooking, 
delicatessen, superfluities, fish 
pond and other bazaar stalls. 
Tuesday Nov. 1. the associ- 


ipeak on the hlghllghU af her Waller Parker, Mrs. David | Marchment arti here from Van- 

_—A r»* ,.■» Mmtai Melll wx - . wa wa aw ••• • .! 


career aa a collector and will 
ihow favorite piece* from her 
own colleetion gathered on her 
tripa abroad. 


Cluhs and 
Societies 


Payne, Mn. R. C W*ir andjeouver to attend today’* wed- 
Mr*. J. C William*. |(Unf of Ml** PbylU* Pluym 

Mta. P. Graham announced; and Mr. Wayne Marchment In 
I that a allk aercen daia for Emmanual BaptUt Church, 
conmlttae member* svUl bt'Otber out«f.t(Mvn. guest* In- 
held by Mr. William Wtat at I elude Mr. and Mra. John Irving 
the gallary on Monday, Oeto-'and Mr. and Mr*. Jack Miller, 
bar 17. aU of Mesachle Lake. B.C. 


Mr', and Mr*. Dsvld Crowe. 
2447 Bowker Avenue, an 
Space object* and Sputniks | xtlon will hold an inniveraary | nounce the engagement ot 
will be *een In pfofusion at (dinner. General convener is j their daughter, Kathleen Roae- 

the Women's Association of Mr*. Sneddon and dining room i mary, to Mr. Peter William 

Centennial United Chuich tell convener will be Mr*, a Barr, | Robin, ton of Mr. Charles 

D. Benriett. Robin. 145 Cre»*e Avenue, and 
arrangement* will be. the late Mr*. Robin. The wed- 
made by Mrs. W. Gibb. ding will take place In St. 

At the ■ssocUtion'a recent I John’s Anglican Church on 

meeting, presided over by Mra. Nov. 12 »t 11 ».m.. with Canon 

J. H. Sneddon, devotional waslT. W. Scott officiating, 
given by Mrs. D. Bennett and 


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reports given by repreaenta- 
tlves of the LCW and Protest¬ 
ant Home. 


3AYCKr.-rrTES 
Jaycee-ette* will meet at the 
Monterey Reaiaurant on Wed- 
neaday. Oct. 19. Sherry will be 
aerved at 6,15 p.m. followed by 
dinner at 7.15. 

* a * 

FIIUIT UNITED ^ 

Featured at the First United: 
Church annual bazaar. Satur¬ 
day. Nov. 19 In the Fellowship i 
Hall from 1 JO will be a child 
ten's shopping centre, a hat i I 
bar. shrub and flower booth. I 
tea bar. tea room and. on the | 
parking lot, a car wash. i 

* * * 

WOMEN'S fXlNSKBVATIVr. 

Tht Women’s Coaservatlve ' 

Association will meet Thura- I 

day. Oct. do at 2.30 p.m. in the ] 
Orange Hall, Courtney Street. 
Election of officer*. 

aea i 

ESGUIMALT WI ' 

Esquimau Women's Inatltuta. 
will hold a social at the home 
of Mra. A. Hopwood, 635 John 
Street, on Thursday. Oct. 20 at 
3 p.m. 

a a a 

LANGFORD 

The members of St. Mat¬ 
thew’s Church Evening and 
Afternoon Guild.'Langford, re¬ 
cently put on a succetaful din¬ 
ner In the Parish Hall. GuesU 
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Hatfield and Mrs. Hatfield and 
Mrx. Helen Horner, president. 


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Christian Business Women and Altriisa 

Miss PhyUs Hick, LRSM, it ■ member of the Christian Business Women's ® 

Oub, whose slogan is ‘To emleavor to bring fellowship and Christianity ]• 

Into the business world." She is pictured here with Miss Marjorie SWdall, ^ 

president of the Altrasa Club. Miss Stddall was one of the first women 
pharmacists in Victoria. ^ ^ £ 


Business and Professional Women 

Taking a leading part in public affairs and in Victoria’s Business Women’s 
week is Mrs. Margaret Harvey, who is a member of the Business and 
Professional Women’s club, in the field of Real Estate. Mrs. Harvey is a 
member of the Canada Council. 


Soroptimist and University Women 


Miss Mary Munn, representing the Soroptimist 
Chib, is well known in Victoria as a piano and sing¬ 
ing teacher, and internationally known as a concert 
pianist. She Is holder of many music degrees, in¬ 
cluding LRAM, GRAM, TMPS, BCRMT. She is past 


president of the Calgary Soroptimist Club. On Miss 
Munn’s left b Miss Dorothy Cruickshank, known 
to all students at Victoria University, for she is 
Registrar there. Miss Cruickshank is representing 
the University Women’s Club. 


Prime Minister Diefenimker 
Sends Special Greetings 


Canadian Federation of Business and Pro- 
fearional Women’s chibs has joined with federations 
Qi other nations to form an international group 
which is rapidly becoming a powerful force for 
pramotln^ the welfare and education of women the 
world over. Many members believe that when all 
women are free and enlightened there will be no 
. more wars. 

In a message to business and professional 
women of Canada for Business Women’s Week 
Prime Minister John Diefenbaker says: 

"It is my pleasure to extend gr^ings to the 
officers and members of the Canadian Federation 
of Business and Professhmal Women’s clubs on the 


observance of Business Women’s Week tivoughout 
Canada. 

‘‘Business and ProfessionsLl Women’s chibs 
have been In the forefron^ in the promotion of 
equality of opportimity for women to participate 
in public affairs and business administration. I am 
coidident the analytical consideration of "Widen¬ 
ing Horizons for the Business Woman." which is 
your theme this year, will serve to give emphasis 
to the drive and preparation on which the full 
achievement of this aim so largely depends. 

"To the members of the Federatioa I express 
sincere good wishes." 


Miss Betty HaninKton. left, is from Beta' Sigma Phi business women’s 
aprority. She b Nursii^ Supervisor of the Esquimau Health Department, 
aniFa graduate of MoGill University with a ^chelor of Nursing. She is 
past president of Xi Nu Chapter in the sorority. A very basy woman b 
Miss Mary King ti the Business and Professional Women’s Club for she 
b chairman of Business Women’s Wwk for Victoria. Miss King obtained 
social work training at the University'of Toronto and Smith College, 
Mass., and b now deputy superintendent of Child Welfare with the BritM 
Cohimbb costemment. 


, Stagettes and 

Representing the Stagettes will be Mbs Margaret 
Sc^, honorary memter, who was first president of 
the charter group in 1942. Mbs Scott demonstrates 
and seUs'major appiianoea. On^fhe right b Mrs. 


Credit Women 

Elizabeth Ward, of the Credit Womenif Breakfast 
Chib. She b credit manager of a spedalty shop, 
president of the Credit Women’s club and regional 
reporter for the d^grict of B.C 


Business Women Widen Horizons 


“Widenings Horizons for the Business 
Woman” b the theme for Business Women’s 
Week which is being observed throughout 
Canada from Oct. 16 to 22, spon.sored by the 
Canadbn Federation of Business and Pro- 
‘ fesitenal Women. 

^rpoee of the week b to inform the 


public of the part business and professional 
women are taking in the economic, social, 
rrligious, cultural and educational life of 
Canada. 

The main objective b to promote the 
interests of business and professional women 
in Canada and to eficouiyge a spirit of co¬ 


operation between ail employed women. 
—^The them^ ‘‘Widening Horizons fo»Bie 
Business Woman” b chosen to give fdcus 
and emphasb for the recognition of women's 
abilities and endeavors and to stress the 
ever broadening fields in which women are 
making a ptace for themselves. 


Sallll (Tolonillt Vitlorii, I.C.. Sun,,^t. 1«. 1»«« 19 



























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Oct. U, IfM 


Head Table 
Guests 

A luncheon will be held 
today at Cha MarreKto open 
B u a 1 n a a a and Proleaaional 
Women’a Week. Thoae at the 
kead table will be Mayor Percy 
Scurrah and Mra. Scurrah; 
Bev. G. R. Eaater and Mra. 
^ter. 

• Miaa Eleanor Morley. pro¬ 
vincial preaident of Bualneaa 
•nd Proteaalona] W o m e n' a 
Cuba of aC; Miaa Elizabeth 
Forbea. vice-prealdent of Cana- 
4Un Federation of Bualneaa 
•nd Profeaaional W o m e n' a 
Cuba: Miaa Mary Kln(. Vic¬ 
toria chairman of Bualneaa 
f^men'a Week: Mra. Mar- 
ncrite Laughlin. provincial 
•ulrman Bualnea Women'a 
week; Miaa Ella Brett, preel- 
Vent Victoria Bualneee and 
Frofeaalonal Women'a Club. 

Mra. Marfaret Turner, prael- 
dent of Univeratly Women'a 
Club; Mra. Beeele Ward, preet- 

t nt Credit Women'a Break- 
■t Club; Mra. Ea«m Un- 
Forth, aecond vlce-prealdent 
Beta Sigma Phi; Mra. Mar- 
tar4 Dockrill. vtoe-preeident 
SoropUmiat Chib; Miaa Emma 
Gower, preaident of Chrtatlan 
Bualneu Women'a FeDowahlp; 
Miaa Mar)orle SlddaU. preai- 
dent iUtruaa Ctub and Miaa 
Ferrie sehlek, preaidant Staf- 
•tte Club. 



Bride Carries Roses 


Pictured at the reception given at thr Empreai 
Hotel for Mr. Allen T. Lambert, general manager 
of the Toronto-Dominon Bank ana Mri. Dudley 
Markham, left, Mra. R. O. Gunning, Mra. L. C 


Lawrence of Vancouver, Mri. Lambert and Mra. R. 
A. Dykes, Mr. Lawrence, manager of the Vancouver 
branch of the bank, and Mrs. Lawrence accom* 
panted the Lamberts on the visit here. 


ERSONAL 

IVfENTION 


^ Mrs. H. C. V. Macdowall baa retumad to her home in tha 
Lplanda from eutem Canada where ahe vlsltad bar daugh- 
|cr, Mra. C M. Carmichael In Taronto and her aon. Dr. F. D. 
|L MmMowsII In Montraal. 


W^kend VUUon 

I Miaa Fiona Andaraon and Miaa Suaan Franck hava coma 
irom Vancouver to apend tha weekend here, They are atoy- 
kg artth Miaa Andaraon'a paranta. Dr. and Mra. J. W. Andar- 
Ion. McAnally Road. 

; A * a 

klfeiMf Son’s Wedding 
f Mr. and Mra. J. R Birkenhead. 3CS1 Kathlacn Street, 
oava retumad from High Prairie, Alta., where they attended 
the wadding of their aon. LAC John Chartea Cannon, RCAF, 
knd Miaa Helen Olga Shybunka: 

! * * A 

jTra/algar Day Ball 

^ Honor guaata at Tnfalgar Day Ball In HMCS Nadan nest 
Ftiday evanlng. arranged ^ tha Naval Otfloars' A to o etotl on 
Af Victoria, wiB be Commodore J. Denna and Mrs. Daana, 
Papt. J. C Pratt and Mra. Pratt. Commander J. R S. Boway 
#nd Mrs. Bovey, and Uaut. G. A. Dufour and Mrs. Ihilour, 
grtio Is prasidant ot tha Victoria Branch of tha Nanry Lsagtaa 
*•< Canada. 

t Preaident of tha aasodation. Hr. Angus M, C Kenning 
And Mra. Kenning will act as hosts for the evening, aaslated 
By the vka prasidant. Oomraodote V. S. Godfrey and Mrs. 
G^rry. 

Among those plailning to attand ate Mr. and Mrs. W. T. 
Graham, Mr. and Mra J. Beckerley, Hr. and Mra.W. C 
Hutcheson. Mr. and Mra F. Hammond. Mr. and Mra G. F. R 
^rrows, Mr. and Mra J. G. Trelaemy, Commander T. C 
Mrodl and Mra Brock. Rev. O. L Fostar and Mra Fostar, 
llr. and Mra P. Burchett, Capt D. McKay and Mra McKay, 
glapt. J. D. Prentice and Mra Praotke, Hr. and Mra P. W. 
4'rouadelL Uaut E. B. Ruthven and Hia Ruthven, Com- 
feuuider J. Barclay and Mra Barclay, Mr. and Mra R Sykaa 
fir; and Mra J. Mead, Mr. J. N. Taylor,. Mra E. Reford. 
Mr. and Mia T. C. Dwiny, Commander R J. Baerkaserorth 
and Mra Haw h eaworth. Dr. and Mra C Claytaa. Mr. and 
Mra C M. NaUea Capt R J. Morahara and Mra Moraham, 
Coinnumdar E. P. Shaw and Mra Shaw, Commander F. R 
Grubb and Mra Grubb, Mr. and Mra A. J. Jamaa Com- 
irundsr A. D. Rayburn and Mra Rayburn, Dr, and Mra A. D. 
^ttler, Mr. and Mra A. J. Temple. Mr. and Mra W. D. 
Lougher-Cooday, Cat C R Boehm and Mra Boehm, Capt 
W. B. Hobns and Mra Hoima Commander A. C. Wurtels 
and Mra Wurtels. Mr. and Mra D. J. Lawson, Mr. and Mra 
X>. Angua Mr. and Mra R L Handeraon, Uaut G. R Craven 
Bnd Mra Craven and Commander D. R Craven, chairman of 
ye boi: cominlttea and Mra Craven. 


Phyllis Pluym Bride 
Of Wayne A. Marchment 


Explorer Glrla formed an 
honor guard when Mr. and 
Mra Wayna Allan Marchment 
and thair bridal party left Em- 
roamial Baptist Church this 
afternoon. 

Brida Is the former Phyllis 
Maria Pluym. daughter of Mr. 
and Mra AOtort Pkiym, 1429 
Grant Street and the groom 
Is a aon at Mr. and Mra 
Gaorga Maiuhmant, tW Dar- 
ertn Road. 

Church was decorated erlth 
bronia and yeflow chryaantha- 
muma as Mr. Phiym entoied 
tha church with his daughter. 
Rev. Alvin C HamiD offici¬ 
ated. 'Y> Perfect Love,' was 
sung by Mariana and Unda 
Parttt 

Laos over organaa composed 
tha floor-length, fuO-akirted 
bridal gown, stylad with ami- 
loped aarkllna and dose fHMag 
irt alsevns. Casonat of 
rhlnaa t o n e a and paarls that 
held a chapel leiigtt vaU of 
nylon nat belongad Jo the 
brida’a sister. Mrs. M. Brodar- 
sen. A bouquet of deep red 
roses and bar awthar'a padrt 
n ac k la m oompletad tha bride's 
ensemble. 

Mias Arlecto Haminar, maid 
of honor; lOss Sandra Dodd, 


bridasmaid, and Miss Jaanstto 
Hammer, flower girl, ware all 
dressed similarly la aqua¬ 
marine organza over teffeta 
with matching headpieces an- 
crusted with rhinestones 


Guide Fair 
On Saturday 

The Local AaeaelaflM. 
Guides and Brownies, ot Bow- 
ker District, Oak Bay, are pre¬ 
paring for a Fall fair and tea, 
to be held in tha Guide Hall at 
Firemen's Park on Saturday, 
Oct. 22, at 2 pm. 

The affair will be forraaOy 
icnad by Mrs. Keith Mae- 
Dougall. P romed s go to the 
many Oak Bay Guide compan- 
tes and Brownie packs to pur- 
chaaa supplies for their actlvl- 
ttos and also, for Christmas 
ereUara p,<>la^ Funds are 
also badly needed for m 
tanance of tha Guide HalL 


Thair bouquata were yMhnr 

•as. 

Ronald Marchment was bast 
man and Murray Marchinem 
and Douglas C^pll^ Ihb' 
ushers. 

Enunanuel Baptist FeDow- 
ship Hall eras setting for a ra, 
caption. WediUng mka, daeo- 
latsd by the bride's father, 
centred tha rrtreahmant tiMa 
Hanked by tan white candlas 
and deep red rosea. Dr. David 
Parfitt proposed tha toast to 
tha brMa. 

Mr. and Mrs. Marchment 
win spend their honeymoon In 
tha United SUtea. Bride Is 
travelling in a grey shadow 
check suit with rad acess- 
aorlsa. Her eorsaga was red 
eamaUons.. 

Couple win make their home 
at UM Pandora Avenue. 


Saturday afternobn in the 
Church of St George the 
Martyr. Cadboro Bay, Rev. 
William Hills heard the wed¬ 
ding vowa ot Miss Margaret' 
June Harrison and Mr. Richard 
King WIIlUi. 

The bride, daughter of Mr. 
and Mrs. Thomas S. Harrison. 
298 Beach Drfve, was given in. 
marriage by her lather, and 
choae lor the ceremony a 
waltz-length gown of silk or¬ 
ganza wl'h scooped neckline 
trimmed with lace and sequins. 
Appliques, lace and sequins 
trimmed the lily point sleeses, 
and full skirt A tiara of pearls: 
and sequins held her chapel | 
veO. Her bouquet was a cas¬ 
cade of red roses, stephanotla 
and Ivy. 

The bride's sister, Mrs. May¬ 
nard L Norton, was her only 
attendant She wore a waltz- 
length gown of hyacinth blue 
hiatre satin vdth cape colUr, 
bouffant aklrt appliqued with 
lace, and a small matching 
flowasAd hat She carried 
dirysanthamums.' 

The groom, son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Walter King Willis. 6S0 
Mount Joy Avenue, luul>hls 
brother, Mr. Phillip W. WUUa, 
ot Montreal, as best man. 
Ushers were Mr. Larry Wood 
and Mr. Thomas E. Harviagp. 

White candles and white 
tulle formed the qettlng for 
the bridal cake which centred 
the table at the reception licld 
in the Oak Bay Beach HoteL 
White chryaanthemuma ' and 
fall llowars decorated the 
lounge. Rev. Hills proposed the 
toast to tha bride. 

Leaving tor a honeymoon In 
San Frandsco. the bride rrare 


a beige wool sheath dress with were cocoa shade. Ynd she 
tea blue sealskin coat with wore an orchid corsage, 
mink trim and a small, mink- Mr. and Mrs. Willis will live 
trimmed hat. Her accessories in Victoria. 


THE Wfi 


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SEASON 




There are many pleasant waps to spend the 
longer u'^nter evenings- reading a good book 
. . . ii'a<oAtny televiseon . . . (mildiny (hmyi. 
etc. To achieve the moxtmitm pleasure and 
benefit. H is important that pour glasses be 
adequate for purpose. Have pour epes 
etamined soon and briny (Aa yrttcrifFhon 
for glasses to either of our two o/fiees where 
yon do benefit from service that <« unexcelled. 

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IMS DaMdM Street 


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cv Ann 

Madhal Arte Bulldlag 
HIS Paiidora Ava, 


nOB 

Rqyal Roads Chapter lOOE 
wUI hold a aetsrlng meeting 
Wedneaday, OcL 19. at tha 
home of Mrs. L Graham. 124 
Government Street, at 8 pjo. 


IFICTURES OF BOLIVIA 
' The What So Ever Group of 
Xtouglaa Street Baptist Church 
Will sponsor an address and! 
Roaring of slldea of a recent | 
grip to the Baptist World Con- 
krem and mission fields in 
l^llvta and other parte of 
Booth America Friday, Oct 21 
at 8 p.m. In the tourer audi- 
^lium of the church. Van¬ 
couver Island delegate Mrs. R 
Alder urtll epeak. A collection 
for mlialop work will be taken 
Tip. 


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Fall’s Styles 

Are Feuuniiie aad Flatterinf 

Chooae ■ ityte . . • and let our ikilled 
coiffure artiati adapt it to create a "juat^ 
for-you” hairtk). 

Expert Miaping and permanent waving 
make It easy to keep your hair tooking 
smart throughout busy dayi and nights. 

' And, a aubtle touch at color can bring * 
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Just at JCCAsories supply 
tha -flnbihing touch to the 
iataat fall faAhions, so the 
little extras often mean the 
difference between a good 
meal and a superb. Inaginatlve 
one. Rich, tender biscuits made 
with graham flour are cas^^- 
to-make meal time accessory. 

GRAHAM KLOrR RIM I'lTR 

i Yield—about I docen large 
biscuits. 

One and a quarter cupa once- 
sifted all-purpoae flour or 14 
cupa once-sifted pastry flour, i 
( teaspoons baking powder. I, 
teaspoon salt. 4 teasi»ooni 
grated nutmeg. 4 cup fine 
granulated sugar. 14 cupa 
graham flour. 4 cup shorten* > 
Ing, 1 cup milk. 1 egg yolk, 
optional. 2 tablespoons water, 
optional. 1 tablespoon sesame 
seeds, optional. 

Preheat oven to 425 deg. F 
thot.i Sift together into a mix¬ 
ing bowl the all-purpose or 
pastry flour, baking powder, 
salt, nutmeg and sugar. Mix in 
the graham flour. Cut in the 
shcHienlng. Make a well in 
dry ingredients and, using a 
fo^ Mgbtty mix in the milk. 


Turn out on lightly-floured 
'board or canvas and knead 10 
times. Roll out to a scant 
1-inoh thickness and cut into 
rounds with a floured 2 4 inch 
cookie cutter. Arrange biscuits, 
well apart, on ungreased 
cookie sheet. Brush lops, if 
desir^ with a mixture of 
beaten egg }olk and water; 
.sprinkle with sesame seeds, 
^ke in preheated oven 12 to 
15 minutes. Serve warm, re¬ 
heated or split and toasted. 

Heie's an easy way to pre¬ 
pare a biscuit topping for your 
stew that has a special bonus 
of good okt-fashioned flavor 
for all to enjoy. 

HRRB RIH<T1T8 FOR HTBH’ 

Yield- 16 biscuits. . 

4 cup lukewarm water; 1 
teasp on granulated sugar; li 
envelope active dry yeast: 24; 
cups variety baking mix (bis¬ 
cuit mixi; 3 tablespoons butter 
or margarine, melted; 4 cupi 
chopped parsley: 2 tablespoons 
grat^ onion. 

Measure lukewarm water 
into a large mixing bowl: stir 
In the 1 teaspoon sugar. 
Spnnkle with yeast. Let stand 
10 minutes, then stir well. Add 


the biscuit mix and stir, 
vigorously with a wooden 
spoon for 1 minute. Dust 
baking board or ranvas gen¬ 
erously with biscuit mix. Turn 
our dough and knead 20 times; 
form into a smooth hall arid 
let I eat S minutes. Roll out 
dough into a rectangle 8 by 12 
inches. Brush with the melted 
butter or margarine and 
sprinkle with the parsley and 
onion. Starting at a long edge, 
roll up dough jelly-roU fashion. 
Cut into slices. 4 inch thick. 


Turn any desired stew (home¬ 
made or canned) into a broad 
shallow baking dish. Arrange 
required number of biscuits 
over slew, about 2 inches 
apart: place an> remaining 
biscuits on a gaeased baking 
sheet. Covet*. Let rise in a 
wanh place, free from draft 
until dcmbied In bulk —about 40 
minutes. Bake the stew in a 
moderate oven (350 d^rces 
Kahi^nheit) 30 to 35 minutes; 
bake the biscuits on cookie 
sheet IS to 20 minutes. 


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SECTION 


Ju*t iiwide the door (Right Side). 
Selection of larger items—Decanter 
Sets, Wood Carvings, Sword Canea, 
Lead Crystal Ware and Glassware. 

Vz PRICE 

Aad Leaa aa Marked 

SPECIAL 

Men's Tia Clip and C^iff Link Sets, 
boxed. Various colors $ d 00 

and styles. Set I 

EARRINGS 

Special trays of earrings featuring a 

ns:,.. 29'»49* 


Many Non-Advortlood 

Spoclals 


JUST ARRIVED! 


BRASS COASTKRS— Regular 75c. Beduced to ..... 33 
BRASS ELEPHANT BELLS— Reg. $1.00. Now oaly 49^ 

9900 

ENGRAVED BRASS VASES—Reg. $4.00. Now oaly C 
CLLTIIBE PEARL NECKLACES— S 750 

Reg. $1S.(X) and up. Reduced to_ I aad up 

CARVING SETS — CARVED SHEESHAM-WOOD BOXES 

AmI Murk More All Rndur«d Half Frk-e or m Marked! 

VERY SPECIAL 
TEAKWOOD SCREEN 

Ivory and real stone inlay, 4>pBnel screen approximately 6 
feet high. Hand carved, perfect condition. 

Regular retail price, wUU 

HIGHEST OFFER OVER $775.00 
AT END OF 8AI.E TAKES! 

HAND CARVED COFFEE TABLE 


ReguUr $130. 


Ivory InUid on rovewood Elephant lega. 

.00—Highest offer over tOS.OO at end of Sale Ukes. 


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ond Sports 

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Bkwa Houra: 

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Friday, t ajit. to • pjn. 
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up^taira (I waa going 
. flrai oaaa), 

Had a T-bonr ateak thru Activt 
Paaa. 

I atuffed myarjf till I waa 
Mv grateful (>mplimenta to 
You, Mr. Clhgf. 

So . . . Thanka Mr. Premier, 
for taef) pretty packet. 

A great help to 3 GUYS IN 
THE FURNITURE 
RACKET. 

HUMBER’S 

Maurice. “RaHev" A Brure 


Something to sing about ... the way your brush 
wings these fashionable flights of fancy into place! 
The secret? Our very own technique of tapering 
only the tips of each and every strand to release 
your caged-in cuil . . . release you from nightly 
pin-ups! And if you Ilka more curl than nature 
intended, our 

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Maks your appotatmeat Now 
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laESS 


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MABKBD 


COUNTER 7 


Pendants, Lorketa and Unusual 
Small ArtlHea. Bone China, 
Miniatura Copper Pieces. 


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AND IJCNS 
AS .MARKED 


COUNTER 


EATONS 


on 


Our okvn elertroly sis 
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tngly—palnletsly. 

Prlvata conaultationa without charga. 

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stone 


ImitfttHHi 
• variety 


Bracelets, 


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large 


Bracelet 


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Earring 


Sets 


Earrings and Belts. Assort¬ 
ment of Carved Wooden Tra>'s, 
Cigarette Boxes, Vases, etc. 


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Real Stone and Synthetic lOk 
Gold JeweUery. Handcraft, 
Silver Jewellery, Rings, Pen- 
danta and Earrings. 


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Music Boxes, Trays Brassware. 
Copper. Genuine Lead and 
Oyatal Ware. 


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Pendant and Earring Sata, 
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NacUacee, all at 


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AS MARKED 


COUNTER 6 


Tie qtp and Cuff Utik Seta 
for Men. Tiara and Hair Or- 
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Pieces, etc. Cigarette Holders 
and Other Items. 


Reel Stone'and Imitation Stone 
Pin end Earring Seta and 
R1 n g a, Coatume Jewellery 
Rlnga. 


Spaghetti Sicilian la a hit In | 
any dinner or aupper menu. 
With a toaaed green salad and. 
rriap Italian bread, you r«nl 
dream you're In aunny Italy. 

BPAOHBTTI SIL'IUAN 
*4 cup chopped green pepper. 
1 Ubiaa p oe n butter or mar- 

UhnvsniTY 

Mr. Brahm WIcaman. plan¬ 
ning director. Capital Region 
Planning Board, isdll be gueat 
apeaker at the meeting of the 
Vlctosla Unlveraity Women'a 
Club ^ Wedneaday, Oct. 19 at 
6 pjn. at 104 Oovenunent St 
Hia aubjact will be 'The Capl- 
tel Raglan Plan.'' 


parlne. 1 can (5 ounceal boned 
chicken or turkey. 3 cans 11 $ 
ounces each) spaghetti in 
tomato sauca with cheeac. 2 or 
3 tablespoona dry red wine 
(optlonall. 

Cook green pepper in short 
ening until letaler. Add 
chicken, spaghetti and wine, 
it desired. Htet. Make# 4 to ( 
servings. 


EATONS 

Optical 

Department 

Hm an Around • Ttie 
Clock Selection. , 


BAZAAR NOV. t 
Ludles' Auxiliary to the Sons 
of ScoCUimI Bonevolont Asiod- 
xtion will hol(f their first bs- 
aar on Saturday, Nov. 5 at 2 
pjn. in Woodsworth HaU. 731 
Courtney Street. Mrs. R. Grant 
Is convener. Mrs. J. Weir. preM- 
dent, will receive the guests. 


RIGHT TO A ‘T’ 

At half past 5 in 
the Oak Bay 
dawn, 

I mbbeV the 
alarm behind 
the cretonne; 

i I yawned ouia 
bed . . . then 
cut my (ace, 

“She** sleepy 
mumbled from 
her hiding- 
place. 

**ru see you to-nlte when I 
get back." 

**ljggh.'* she said, from deep in 
the ack. 

Around five to 7 I swerved 
into "Swart*." 


For Daytim* 
GtMral Wear 

Oaeual-type framee . . . 
sturdy, practical and Uilor- 
ad to your individual lace 
teape and colouhng. 


For Afternoon 
and Evening 

Lots of glamour! Frames 
are eolourful. sophisticated 
.. . have a touch of "Jewel¬ 
led" trim. 


Bvn 


Just craving coffee • • . I 
needed quarta 

1 dashed up the stairs, u fast 
as my legfi. 

"Coffee right now . e . then 
ham-’n’-eggs." 

I gulped the coffee, then took 
s deep drag. 

While to an acquaintance I 
chewed the rag. 

These ferrtea" I praiaed, 
"aren’t they a WOWV 

Mr. Bennett can stand .« . and 
take a low bow. 

They fit my schedule to a *T." 
And that." sed my friend, 
^"sure goes for ME." 

And I'm glad for a third, they 
have plans. 

On board you feel in very good 
hand^" 

I waa tooling down Granville 
at hafpast nine. 

Then all 4 appointments I 
made on time. 

Bo4 curtains 'n’ carpets, 'n* I 
hope you approve. 

Sed the curtain lady. ’They're 
right in the groove." 

Then under the river A back 
for tcroasln*» 

At 5 to five I waa out in 
Taawataen. 


PERSIAN ARTS 

AND CRAFTS LTD. 


907 GOVERNMENT ST. 


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AMATMe\r, 

iMAAV 

THl OOOtMLL 
•••Alio RND« 
fAClHG 
TMK WAmA 
FKOM mi ISASS 
RCTTU"!. 


BARRrrr ?• vinw« bc 
Or<’^xT lA tMB U;m Bufiw*, 
Luu>x^ BarTVlt. wm 1'i ><•». tarn; 
In V ‘ ria. AC . krluvi^ ^ 

l«r Mr < aad Mrv /K Gm 
B^rtl. tlH CiJlw«^ Cr*«i«<'' 
CMw'>>4. AC mm M'vc MMrt 
Iwr h>%iM partnu. ' hrr »Mirr 
Slwmn Canmlrr. M rf>mr iwv 
ir*rv1;>«rtnu. Mf. ^ Mn. O. F. 

CalwiaA AC : aunta. 
aarir* aatf r«-u«iaa 

tarrtcm wtu ha haM ta Ihr 
Sani* PMr^ 'ClHkpai af Haathar 
Catwi.< AC.. M ftMdpur ut h a h ar 
IMa al !•» a m. %i\ Cor#^ 
r DaagarflaM itfrw lathif Iniamaal 
la tha Hailr>' M««w>nal (;«Nkaa 
naarara gratafuUy ,<arlMWrt Ow»-; 
lV>na t:r ttukA tKa Bonn> 

Birraw Cntw''<'<4 Runan c/g 


BftOWN S PLUMBING 
aarvtra. rv UR 


'IMALT PLUMBING A^'O 

am. AMahaaiM raAMtian a 

Uty. CKU. fthkattL CV h-JAM. 


By agOl. Canada. Uraal Bntaia. 
Vuknn Ttrmoo ana ymr til aU 
»n(ha neon; thraa nvaMha ISO*; 

f cM mania not AaatraHa. awatk 
So. UtA. montA CM roralca 


l^ftna laauiauaa at Va 
IKST (Owar M yaarO r-tml 


'A(>IU. AMNiALT AND CADAA 
ntfia rqaiuif iupain and maUH 
aapAaM nraaaara coaling. HirttM 


ItOOrtNO. SIDL NC, INSULATIOH 
ROOP AND UtriTAR RKPAIBA. 

in.'iLTV.r"” 


WILL CAAA rOA SMALL CRILD. 
in> Hama Langt'ird-MiUalraarB araa 
, CAB ^71. 


« a nv'xithlt 

a> atM (al 


RARRIAON — Pamad away paaca-i 
MO » M laaapA a Hoao^r Vk-- 
MM. oA OroMar 11 lOtT OuroUiy 
Cathanat Harrtaaa. agvd SS yaaral 
of 3*117 Aaaim Ava.: hum in Qua H aA 
and rmdant hara Ar aight >aar^ 
Cm laawao Har CMba^. ClirCard 
jaHMB Mama« ami ihraa ■ana.' 
Paul. PMar and PCtIHl al hnirM.i 
Prayara «UI ha aMnil <iQ Ban-! 
day. Ort to. al 7 a-m la MaCall 
■m. natal hWlAJ CHapal. r«r>i 
aar a< Vaamwar and JntaMMi Ca. 
a^ Mata we W aaCbraMd in C 
Andrrw t Cathadral Mtanlay al 
• a m-AC Raral Oah 


S I IhMAa and daaf» apprartaUin la awr 
aaonr TtmcmU far IlMir kind npraa* 
Biona of •ymrathy la Um Inaa ol my 
daar huahand and our faihar luH 
'itlmnka aiM grathuda la iha dnrinn, 
aaraM and ordrrtfao. JaMar Haa- 
. atiai lar thair tmdar ran SjMafai 
li-Sanlta fa Dr A N Arid aad iV A 
',W Pam -Mra. NrlUa Mani and 
fanniy 


IM'i^ an rafttlar ganirtt 

$100 AT 75 CALLS , 

rtha anginal rraafaM Jarhoat <d alD , 

TWO OTHER 
JACKPOTS 

tend Jarkpnia m teal al * 
9L Patrtrlt'a 

All thla. and IHr w al l hnm wi mm- 
fact nf 81 PaIrKA'a And — warm. I 
walMit. w>Ui r>nni^ taMro. ranriaona 
•tatf. rard-ehanguif atrvtra. AND 

THE NICEST j 
PLAYERS IN TOWN ' 

All fond rraanoa adiy yon abeuM 


JgAHTID 


E EEPMEE.ITATIVM'REUUj-E lilRL WANTJ 
•TMii* f»l« yimmt felmgr^EV »l 

MnUiJ Mjdnttiuuo gUa [ j wnjJEll TO DO .U 
m%. 1J»I _ J EV E»UD. 


I BMPS^W* -In nndyinc oMnwy 

' my bafawad hiiihaad fanhur t 
am. who pnaaad amaiy Oet 


STUDENTS 


LRAMAA-Paavd away at Vanrau 
vrr Uanrral Hmattal an OrL 11, 
lie. Mra CaiHrriM Ixamnn. fav- 
hiK wtte of the lafa Jetm C. Lam 
. mate and nvihar *4 Mn. A.! 
AotHm •Grare». af Vtrtnnn: Mn. 
% E SttgaM iRrAyl of Waal Van- 
ramar. and Mn Marl Aoacb. 
iCaihortMi af Virfana 
Pfamral a arvfaaa Bam SL MeahanTt 


Dt-rm LADY WANT! WOAE 
the hoar r.Rf>M37 


eon mieia a tad la pela Pa rma nem 
iKMUton with oMurtunity to pur 
cha«e Vlriorla Box M. 


WILL KNIT ITKAVY 

Phone 

wiliTbaby srrte 


CHILD 


WA.Tm>-VAKBIHII COUPLE TO' 
tehania of ■awM hauae wid aidarfy 
coupak Uva XL EVMBdl 


srruATiONS 
WANT(D--MALI 
Oft FEMALE 


WANTCD-MARRIBD couplr to 

taka enra of inteN hanoe and two 

elderly pacfale Live la EV V*MI 


in ttVEATZ-Paoaed away on Ort 18. 
tm mm. m LanCn. Oni. Chrtaunn 

C aafai 8r.. C hfa Mth yaar Bami 


BINGO 1 

8 PM., WED., OCT. 19 

In rr PATRICK'S HALL. TRENT 
ft. lofT Port, near P<ul Bay. am 
poalfa Safaavy Take WUfaort htt%> 
ASmSSlON tl EXTRA CARDS. Mr 
EXTRA GAMES 


PP PUBUCAl 


10 FUNERAL 
DIRECTORS 


DRAPERY SALES 

Tiue la a tuiMima pnottMte Appil' 
caws muit hava drapery inle* ev 
prrienre. Pre l rrerwe will ^ ti*«« 
in appifesn** 341 veart at att. 
Salary SateMi monthly. 

Apply M parwn. 

^ tai n nal Qffke. Ah Ploor. 
BadfatYa Bay Qa 


LETS GO! 

THURSDAY, OCT. 20 

OPTIMIST 

BINGO 

VICTORIA 
BADMINTON 
Foul Boy Rd. ond ForfSt. 


IThrw yaner 
lo THeugMA 
■arvtea. 

'SANDS 


E & E 

mNSTRuenoN aao 

PAVING 

UWtTBD 

DRIVEWAYS 

SIDEWALKS 


IXAHun or DRtVIM 
MfMrad lor __ 
MOTOfl-TinCLB BRANCH 
■ C. Ctvtt sarviae 

Salary »3«3-SM8 per maatte Ap- 
p!>caau aaW St Caaadiaa aiil*] 
tea* ar BrtWWi tahject* la toad 
ptayalcal cendHfan. preferably ha* 
tween the a«aa af M and fa; ex* 
parianaa in dctetai aU typaa e(| 
eaftlafaa. mnfa he able la dau with 
Ufa paMic caarfaaaaly aad affac* 
Oealy. eeleeted candldaiet wutt 
he wHMng to «r«t anyvAara In 


MUSIC nACMtftS 


■URTUART LIMITED 


Viefana R.(l 

SANDS 


RELIGIOUS WiMAN REEDED 
permaneM or pnrliiine Uleiimf 
appmtanity Expafame Sanday 
WlywiL miniatr> hrtpful Earn IUgh> 
eal weekly eenmuoi'eH. Rrllgloua 
IkmS mle> Write John Rudin Co.. 

' a WrW Madkam StreeL Cfarago A 
I tmatMi. 

■COMPTOMETER OPERATOR Rl- 
Iwdvad. Exprrtenre deatraMe Mu«i 
ha diWrani of reiabIMund heraelf 
aa aa A-1 enpfayee nm nermatien* 
hoWa Reply otetlng age. exproenre. 


VICTOIUA'S OLDfttT I mfWtEti 

and hoaded prime dMecilran 
EATIURAL IMVSSnUATlOB 
AGENCY LTD. 

Advwa Ftae aad ttffatty Canndawifa 
fdllaor Service EV eiBd 


Bar awnSer. Drew Ida May ftwKh { 

her hfatiera. JaHi. Dniny and 
nmt. and her tia*er BetiHJeaa at 
home; her trarwirwren'a Mr W 
9mNK. liM Dunford Ave. Lang- 
faeA ftCT Mn tl MrtaaehMn. 
and Mn Art BanL Gantee R C : 
her great iiRadnwMwii. Mn C 
Ryan. Caaaaa. RC^ and Mn A 
Snarrow. VIrteria. ftC: her rreal 

K al pandnyeheT. Mn M. Lam- 
. TMd^ B.C : atoo aanta mad 


minn. B c at V 3 M 3 

SANDS 

nmSRAL CHAFRl DP HEATHER 
OEftened CimarA Oalaroad RC 


iBe priWnii. For annUBattawi 
totM Mply IMMEOIA^.Y Id' 
The Chairman. BC Civil Servica: 


EV6>26n 


GUTTERS CLEARED ARD RE 
paired. Ufa drataa. baaemeal water-1 
npnftng. Guarantead wart. Phone 


ISLA-HO LYVESTlGATtOR 
AND DETECTIVE SERVICE 


IDEAL PAVING CO. | 
LTD. I 

t DmwiM SL RV3-1S13 

■lark Thp Y«wr nrtaawaf 


ILES—Vli and Batty. Jifa nw 
nerv Bd. anwounra the arrival 
of Own Aan. • m » fa- ft 
Oat 11 BM at tha Eg>W Jdfafa^ 


Thomson & Irving 
FUNERAL CHAPEL 

B« ItU rannarty « WfantpaB 


Ufa laafa Paneral Owaal fa 
ftealhar Cnfamnd. ftC. aa Wadaea- 
d«y. Oi<mr Ifth. IMA W 11 a m 
Rev D A RalDetd efncAilmr. tre 


O.K. PAVING 


marSal otatua. adurailen and ex 
parfawra Salary etxnmenaurate whh; 
anparfance Victarix Preaa. B ox MIX ] 

■OtWCMAttM ASD~ J~PANTOY 
nfad wanted fa Uve^^ Mtaunum 
a^ ta Apply fa wTltmt to Cnmp- 
Ualfar. OaewMiaiir Houae Gtva 

fafaphone fite Safar*nfvi requfaed. 


2 BN6AGEMENT$ 


39 PCIISOHALS 


HAYWARD'S 

ftC. FUNERAL CO LTU 
Etiabllahad IW 
Tha Eayward Pamilp 


TV NBEDEn. RN. AND 
iim Ifa hnopiia] at Weila. i 
ply CBrii«<o Gold Quarte 
W Ltd.. i«n-m w. Baal I 
Vonrouvrr 1 B.C 


WILL CIVR ROOM AND IVUSn 

fa kafa lady win wUi hatp fa hame 
af nwHiwia dnd Tl-vear^dd mo 
Wertenda free. Vlriona Praai. Bm 
Itit 


McCALL BROS. 


OLDAGt PENSIDNER. CENT. 
pond health, tfae to matt penatnn 


BUILD ___ — - 

. undnlAVGH 'TIPPOWTfNmr PO 


MODERNIZE 
YOUR HOME 
With Stucco 


CHAPLIN'S FUNERAL 
CHAPEL 


Esquimalt Lions Bingo 
Boilermokers' Hall 
802 Esquimalt Road 

HOIIDAT. OCT. n • r It. 


■artd partfanhip far rw 
Appfa Vfatona Preea. 8 


tRlSON Mr. 
I Harnaun. 


22 SALCSMEN, AGINTS 


MORTIMER'S 

MOWUMEWTAL WURK 


Borker Londscoping 

FREE ESTIMATtS EV ^8» 


ADVANCEMENT 

OPPORTUNITY 


CARLSEN LANDSCAPING 

FEEE eehjIiateb ^ ev k 

LANUaCAPUkl LAWNSs B 
wort, art MolfaiUte EV M» 


geaiiftcatuiae. tar ilfait man fa 
repreeent niHanal nrparailan. 
Wt will aba pay POLL aawfaUa- 
aiona, and trafa Ihirennhly the 
waa aafaeted. Be travelltet. P«n 
wtifara heaeflia. Ward wart «1U 
he reguirtd tad we vtl only aan* 
tldfa mea hatween Hm agaa af IT 
and fa wUh at faaat Uuee yaan' 
raiMBc ta Vkfana. Wrlta, ilvtng 
fan parftutam and fa la a li ana 
her. ta Victoria Piaaa. Boa IN. 


VABA 

BINGO 

TUES., a P.M. 
CLUB SIROCCO 
Good Cash Prizes 
2 Jackpots 

n c.u. >iM — M CMU tin 
1 c.tu mr Lm. U* 

Ptemaitng BaaahaN far Bay* 


FLORISTS 


8 CARD OF THANKS 


The fawliiy of tha late Mr Harold 
Galfap wtih fa thank all Ihnaa who 
aent mfmaiea of ayrepally atM 


In The Yarrow Bldg. 

Ca FORT SnUCCT EV I M 


PIRST-CLASB FRAMING. PtHI^' PAINTERS mmd OfCOftATOftS 
aMeraffaaa aad veaair*. Ph.----, 

_ __; Island Decorators 

CXPtRT RSPAm-ALTERATlONS pAfitTEKd PAPERRANGERS 
fa hanma gr camm w r iai. Free aou-, ipiiaT PAINTING 

**'— w ». Or. KVS4it» I coitvxiinriT nSf* eftMum 

CAJtrtXTZn RZrAOIS. altzra ' _ _ »*»»•; 

iM^iii »C*pLi J*R 1 JK, ivmis »1 g«t Eif»«n 

CAKi-Kem. AU. RTPAIIU. IH-ImAT I U or IKRVUa TO TOUT 
mW. I—tramanrx * Iti iler mam el wweiel met. Paoe^ 


BROWN'S 


There ta aew ha opaainf far a! 
iv-enaed Reti Bitafa aalaamaa at 
Nertbwaatera decantfaa af Tfa* 
torn Ltd. Taaaawer laland'a 
fargrat Real ■attla aervfaa Aa 
inceaiparahla vtrfaiy af tfaUnni 
le Mtufy nary aaatamar need. 
Higbatt coBwImlan aenuaat; AU* 
irtaga heovfitte pMa ane ar twa 
tstrti. Only thoaa dadfaatai u 
the rleh rtwarda af a wwaaeafal 
Rati Batate career need aaply. la 
caafidcsce. U L. B. EnKTyllaM 
EV 


FLOWERS FY>K RYERV 
OCCAWpN 

48U ^*4*a RIGHTS 


lIROEhTLY KEfaLlRE WORK. 
B kp erteiirad dfa^ aad retail mfa 


I T wtah lo lake thfa enpoiiunity at, 
,, ihenkiag Rav T. D OrlRRht. teel 
. I Britannia Lefkm. the Welah Srrlete. 

I Haywurda and dfa mnny Irsendi ftri 
1 their idndneM and ajmiifalhy m the' 


BALLANTYNE'S 

EV 4-0555 

om Kix-r r»nii Out* *t FtaM 

Th« Flowtr Basket 
! EV 2-6744 

rumM* nu*. im ruroe* 


pznrnxo Aim 


m af Pra Palm Branch, ihanki and apprenatfan for tha] 
n Lagfan aad the Ladm*, many m rm g n of tymaathy aiM. 
y are requeetad la atiand|alae far ibt haautHid Bami after- 
ral af our fate tirade GtQT RiS> darfad Hw ilfaeoa aad dnth 
•t Saifaa Mnrtuarv iw Man-' <d ear he fav ed wtfa and mnfher 
fi IT IMD. at KlS pm.. - W A Jenklna and anne. Georfe. 
Gin. Secretary. ' Wiliam. Ihahert faad R anald 


REAL ESTATE SALCSMBH 


birtaiju. uwiEifiwY ato ■ TWCe *3 

aL'Srsidr'xrri .a sr. m lp - - - «oo« - fou ^ 

««T. IT l-W»l _ EL'*'*''' •*“ n ino 


13 CEMETERIES AND 
BURIAL PARKS 


REAHnNABLK CAKDCXING. ETC 


Royal Oak Burial Park 

Mt-MiaeALLT opr.iuiu) 


URSUU t PADIT WAiaPIO KIT,_*1 ^‘Sl .. 

rnmwi haihr-en* etc Ri jtinr M Tarrw B fag. fEaL II 
gKparvroa. EV 4-IBai EWtmat^ ■ DOUBLE-BREASTED 

PAIRTLNG AND DECOHATlND j can ha madaM^hiee^ed 


CARPET cleaning tPBClAUBTS 


Lfamex CaiNwilad 


GILMOUR CONST. 


J COOPER TAILOR. ALTER 
N REPERENCKH tlwm remiT* BB P(«l EV »4C. 
r‘Sr* - .rve w rt - 


haM to I iMindwii a Tfatona Preaa. 
Bax IN 


GOOD qpPOR-n'NTTY 
aa faral Mim repreeentaiiee far 
farve nalkwal eamparty eiwcmlixlng 
in Ufa annully and xrnup tnour- 
ance Age 3S4A FWure aammgi 
: limlied only fa ekllt and ahllHy. 
Thornugh traRnag kirally. Gnaip 
lawwaace end penal tei heoeflte. 


INTEHMIR EXrr.H'itH haINTI-'m 

Plea eallmaiet EV XfaPl after I 


30 SITUATIONS 
WANTED FEMALE 


. It COACH UNR 
. INitiO iHaa ever 
. I afacnmlHIaoed 
^tSienfar Ibt fan 

a I euiunui refare 
] Leave Coach 
^ b! Wharf St. 1 I 
_ ft, Adulte UM. 


STAR miMHST 9WBSP DAT wrviee 
AND NIOHT SCRVICB RO WAH- 

IW L»r_ITMMl__ ^«0. 

ErPlClENT SERVICE.'- 


RKLUHLK HAftVAirrEK. AIK LT. 

by the hour* alandt My* I P-am. 
tit chMmi ate dnwn fa the eve- 
rmg. EV>dr«. SuMe L tlM Port 


CLEAN 


MOTHER'S 


OFnCE ASdtSTANTS (VL> PH. 
CVMia far part-ttme office tiolpk 
atenne. rfarta. machlna apemtare. 


b! rvm«il _ • 

* I DR. UN McTdCCAR^ fYlWAN 


IS YOUR CHIMNEY ' 
A FIRE HAZARD? 

If do Nvw b (ha Ttma 
Te Haee II Repatrad 
All Ty^ af M m e or y Work 
Proa E.tiweloe Term* 

H. A. (Sondy) Ormiston 

"Wt Take Adyaatege af Ne On#** 
Phan# EV 4-gTn 


LN EXCHANGE FOR LIVING, AC 

renwaiifatlaa nUI de BcM care- 

taking rtutlea. Near city centre. 

^dfalh 


nefahep 


FALL FAIR. 5T UM*tB CdLLM^ 

Ort If. } tn Id p.m Home (vmking. 
candy, anewig. lea. xanwa and 


ni COMBINED PAPER DRIVE XrM- 

P'tfar la atti EV lftftd We naad ywft 


CATN* FBOTBCTION LEAGUE 
wmaat meatfag. MondBy. <V( n. 
h pm. 748 Bmughlag. Memberi 
leque W ed to aUend. 


15 COMING EVENTS 


CtiAH-up sixvtci _l^a«TC—ii 

GARRACI TAKEN ARY PLACE, and pairh wnrt 
aarUma. laiaiM iw*. EV LM ' eaitmaiea. GR 


LATHING 

woffc, Frea 


VICTORIA OFFICE 
TELEPHONE EV 3-4111 


CLASSIFIED WANT ADS 


DUNCAN BUREAU 
TELEPHONE 1600, 1602 


22 Sollii ttaloniai 

t««z*T. Oct. t(, mo 


Arran. HOIK 

TEt.EPHONXS 
lt.3B pjn. to S B.m. 
Sports eVS-TtOO 
Editorial EV 1-4309 or 
BVS49W 

Ctrcalatton EVM7U 

StBSCRirtlUft RATES 
Wi > e i a*er esmar aarvtea fa mat 

falnetl MM par Skunlte 
Singw owF aafaa arfam M am 

' 14 cam* Sunday 


DEATHS 

AND FUNERALS 


36 BUSINESS SERVICES 36 BUSINESS SERVICES 

rtUMtlN C AMD MtAT I NO 

PITT & HOLT LTD. 

J »ELHAM. Pr«i 
PtumuTng. hcatuig. insiaiiationa 
furnace remira. eftett metal ourt. 

-tl bumeta and •D;<i>ancea. 
Finanoed under homa tmorovemoai 
an d03 iMtoJotell M. LV 1 


, _ . -1 ' 

FACiflC CLLAN-LP WS CLEAN 
batcmenia. yarda. girage* cemaeW 
thrape (xmaitti hatflrd aarav very 
I rrwninania Day m MKhA KV 4 43dd | 

l:i:UBlSH~HAULEDr lujiKMF.NTSl 
cleaned EV 4 (II* aflcr X p m. 


CONTIACTORS 


mu 8 CARD OF THANKS |tS COMING EVENTS 20 LOST and FOUND 

d e« of Mr aad Mra Ed-____ \ _ _ , _ __- 


Wving yaimMa. atater Jcoeohine, 

hwtker ihninofa. ftaiMJaarni* Mrk, —— mMr fan 
Amwa Ofak. Mr. and MPa. Uua bumUi their Und 

TiT Ul IK. P""*"" "< .HKKKIIW «•« mCKWl 

-i!'* -*'^ 1 . ■*** !■ "■ C M *m •» rnw* Ka» •<, 


MORE CHANCES 
TO WIN 


•4he 

brother and hrUher MMaw. 
Campbell We aUo wi«h to extend 
apeoal tbaaka to Dr Lerewid- 
I miaty. Rev. R MrMiUaa and thei 
iM^aS Brua. Funeral H-ene -Mr. 
and Mra. Rnhert C- Campbell and' 
tar^y | 


kwa af our *' Painrt • Bi n i aat-- , . 

,, ' W'edneadA). Sfah. Jeat took at thxai | camera_*ivl Ij 


' EVERY GAME 
A GOOD NEIGHBOR 

tai laaat VC^Pvt (faud NetghiMr 


LngT oMALL Dtx;, 4 MONUte 
tdd. part bfark apa’i'cl Anawera tu 
j'e\ VVbiny Ekif George Terrace 

EV3i3M _ _ 

L(i^. AT HASAN RAY BEACH 
on I faat Thankagtxing. Peirl XX mm 
camera *r»l Itnht meier Reward.^ 
Phreie EV I XMT m EV L14U. 


22 SALESMEN, AGENTS 30 SITUATIONS 

. -, WANTED FEMALE 

r1L//V\t IfARt IIS' illlljJRKN * «^KRa’ 

FURNISHINGS 
SALESMAN 


|l*re*<. H<ix III 


Priara) 

DOOR PRIZES 


WILL LiklK AFTER CHlLimgH 

_,m my txtfne, - • “ 

A large rvuni •iiu*n.4*’i'*n requiret EV 14*77. 

a i*le»m*n l' ■' — 


> aelt oil mafar Mine]. --— 


. Ptanae pb EV 4 


. ^ —... _ ^ CAmJI TEKRICK. I faHrular* OB job record 

extra chan^^jrth every rttraif^^j*, Ran{ry^i^_ Name afiM*] aalary aiitK-ipaied. to Victoria 


•Lnur-CREAM 

■ BlfT »i 

‘’Pearbea. ’ Witm* , 


• aaUry ta^OMommlaB.'' 
r<int|Mtf banrBU. * " 
giviag lUt 


MYSTERY PRIZES IS*rS5T^^‘',3.V' 


Prem Bwe 15*7 


25 MALE ftc FEMALE 
HELP WANTED 


Aurming care, f to i or 2. KV X-lflfaL 


ADULT BABY HITTER. EVE- 
wnga Phene EV MXX4 


UELIAHLK BAny-l 
Phone EVXm 


ly-SlTTER. ADULT. 


■ aw*«* pOTMa ha 
MOhan lay oaU ha 
aMahnd fram Iha 4»«ni- 
lawa offlea al Vhiatia 
Pnaa Ltd., at UU Broad 
^atnat, and a* Iha Daa- 
Laa boraaa. M EahhaW 
SIrat 


BIRTHS 


DEATHS 

AND FUNERALS 


a t - graa^lldria. Mra. 

Mi DavM sirwl >V MIS 

wa ESC 

RiM jliiimidir Wlg- 
WW. afai^her daathter. 
Bi ./Orane> MaLeish af 

VICTORU MOffUMBXT. UXOTm 
■Memartefa at UfatMaSir 
fM nn'ayaoa al pBugfa* BV SMM 

MtMT BE WOW BT 
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INDEX TO WANT AD HEADINGS 

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CWROFIACnC 


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Sv>4««, Oct. u, ItM 


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TV TALK 


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"Tl->e Home ot 
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Misa Joy Perkins. __ . 

who formerly ran her 
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Regina, will be the ^ 

teacher and her class of f 

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(2) Complete w o r k ing 
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Truth or Coil 
C ouM Bt You 


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IJO p.m.—Camera Three often a talk between 
blltHi humoriat James Thurber and Cincinnati Reds 
pitcher Jim Broanan—12. 

2.00—Junior Magazine returns to the air with a 
film ol New York's Bronx Zoo—2 and 8. 

3.00—Recital, a new CBC music program;'begins 
the season with pianist Glenn Gould as guest—2 and 8 

3J0—Sllenta Plea.se. the popular show seen recently 
over a U.S. channel, makei Its appearance on 2; 
Championship Bridge with Charles Coren as kibitzer 
returns—e. 

(.00—Challenge, a discussion show with three re¬ 
ligious leaders—Roman Catholic. Protestant and Jew. 
Ml—looks at the moral education of rhildren-4; Na. 
tioiial Automobile Show, frofh Detroit, presenu the 
1961 model cara aiHt trucka—7 and 11. 

8.00—Giaele MacKenzle returns to Canada with 
Jack Benny. Bob Crosby and Snooky Lanson as guests 
—2 and 8; Ed Sullivan from San Frandaco with hla 
new formal. Mart Sahl and Johnny Mathla are among 
the gueau—7, 11 and 12. 

9.00—Chevy Show la a apeclal with Art Linkletter 
aa hoal and the theme la “Love la Funny." GueaU in¬ 
clude Zaa Zaa Gabor and Chuck Connors—S. 

9J0—Jack Benny retuma lor the teaaon. hia 11th 
year In televialon.- with Mary Livingstone coming out 
of retirement to help alart the season—7, 11 and 12. 

Sunday’s Sports 

lOJn a.m.—Football. Loa Angeles Rams vs. Balt|. 
more Colts, from Memorial -Sudtnnii BafUmore—S; 
Football. San Frandaco 49ers va. Chicago Bears, from 
lyiigley Field. Chicago—7. 11 and 12. 

12J0 p.m.—Football. Dallaa Texana vi. Houaton 
OUers. from Jeppieien Stadium. Houaton—4. 

S.OO GoU. Celebrity aerlea with Dale Robertson vt. 
Sam Snead, at the Bel Air Country Club, Calll.—S. 

Sunday’s Movies 

Frisky (19M ItaUsn comedy), Gln» 


Mtwit 

Way of Lift 
Mncniiw Court 
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Romper Rnum 
Morning TkMtra 
M<vniai ThMira 
MomMig Tbntrt 

WdL Tkyi^ Show 
RkJli Tbytor Sbovi 
singe 4 
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12.45 p.m.- 

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* aJO—Koo-Tlkl 11951 documentary sea adven¬ 
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Monday’s Highlights 


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8 00 R.m.—Three Hour* ot ReligiouN Programs— 

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10.30— CTtldren’* Magazine- CBU. 

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12.00 noon -Sunday Choral—CBU. 

IJO Critically Speaking CBU. 

200—Winnipeg Chamber Music- CBU. 

3.00—Carl Tapacotl -CBU. 

6.00—Guiutnoke—KIRO. t 

6.15—Sunday Summary—CjVl 
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Sunday’s Sports 


12.30—Sports—CK DA. 
6.00—Sports—CJVI. 


DORMAN'S 
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Sunday’s News 


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1245—CJOX 
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TOO—CBC NaHonel New*- CBU 

Monday’s Highlights 


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10.15—Now I A*k You—CBU. 

10.45—Home ot Horton—CBU. 

1230 p.m.—ac Farm Broadcast—CBU; Gary 

Moore—KIRO. _ ___ _ 

1.00 p.in.—Arthur Godfrey—KIRO; Storle* with] rebuilt vai^um_ ixmeri; 
John Dtalnle—CBU. 

200—Art Unkletter—KIRO; My True Story— 

KOMO. 

230—TranaCanada Matinee—CBU. 

430—Tempo—CBU. 

a.55— Show Budnea* with Sinclair—CJVL 
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. 730—Stag* Nine—CJVI. 

8.00—Vancouver Theatre -CBU. 

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Monday’s Music 


9.30—Reg. stone Organ Mu*lc—CFAX. -- —i vm** «iia uoje 

10.00—Morning Concert—KXA; Morning Concert 
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-CFAX 

1036—Adventure* In Mu»lc—CJVI. 

11.00—Curtain CaU—KXA; Kindergarten—CBU. 
11.15—Off the Record—CBU. 

12.05-Percy Faith—CJVI. 

1230—Melodic* «t »Ild Day—CFAX. 

12.40—Bing Cro*by. Rosemary Clooney Show— 
KIRO. 

I. 00—Mantovanl—KXA. 

130—Pop Concert—CFAX ■ 

200—Concert Hall—KXA. 

215—Song* of France—CFAX. 

2.30—Beachcomber—CFAX. 

330—Blue* and the Ballad—CBU. 

4.00—RoUing Home—CJVL 
5.10—Melody Ranch—CJOX 
630—Sing For Youi Supper—CBU. 

7.00—Amo* 'n Andy Mu*ic HaU—KIRO. 

8.05—Great Hlu Review—CKDA. 

9.<»—House Party—CKDA; Caroujel—CJOR. 
10.00-Muilc Til Midnight- KING. 

II. 00—Maatera of th* Keyboards—CBU. 

Monday’s Sports 


PAIRS OF BOYr HOTKEY 

akaiaa. #4* 9. one 9 and me 94 _ _ _ 

r^ir tif gm a Ogiira tkaie*. mm m. roYAL SINGLE BRUSH FLOOR 

99 EV L3I9_ . Mtahor $ 19 . tnllfhl and ahade. 17. 

hreplare baibet. 6 99; SA nmg rug. 


9PIECE RUST CHESTERFIELD 
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TV Service 

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AT pM-t gdytnem. GR LltoC 

1720 DOUGLAS ST. 

XL' TP The Bay i 
MUL1VLOIU IH TCH BULB 
IMPORTERS 


,FULLY 


^ KAUia AND APPLUNCB HE range. 

pdtruM. Aataaaa tnmaUBti'oa - 

LmIM m Saantebiad. SianlaM A 

Yam>d y _( 

TV ANTENNAS HASTB AND AC- 
Mtaa Car 4a M rwwrMlItr* 

‘ ", 1911 " 


GU'RNCY 


Phniba i 


-5 liIoK‘i!»oSS‘o"uS'.i"lc^SS >oR .AL* o« 


GARBAGE 


12:40 p.m.—sport*—CKDA. 

10.15 p.m.—Sports Digest—CJVL 
11.06-Who Beat Who-rCJOR. 

Monday’s Netes 

9.00—BBC New* From London—CBU. 

12.00 noon—CKDX CKNW. 

U.15 p.m.-CFAX, CBU. 

1230 CJVI, CJOX 
5.00—CFAX. 

500—CJVL CKDA. CKNW. CKWX. 

700—CJVI *nd CBU (CBC National News). 

90O-CJOX 

10.00—cm. CKDA. CBU. CKNW. KTRO. KOMO ns *v m»i 


i**sr. ZB. Ur. 41 I . 

oM 'jjr hn .1 c1«r«. S riwo MrTALL DAVBY D81(J 

HR. band Uige pump. EV 4-1924. . DoiMla* and Pand<irm EV3-M1 

SHE1.BOURNB DRUG 
HiUaida at Shmbume EV4 I1M 


13. brown taatber wtndbriaker. lua 
110 . iheet metal pnitem dniT 


SPECIAL SUIT 
SALE 

AAen'* Topcoat* 
Owiur hwvan « ciwuui 
Dneakin aperitoty boawhi far 
oar Fan Swwtnt Ettoaniy 
taHarad. Raguiar vabta MIS 

$35 

LES PALMER'S 


CLUBB. S 

hag. USB 


Hillatde and SheltomrDe EV 4 SMS *krm >w^t:**** 

KATES. GIRL'S SIZE 9. BOYS nn" iULE'~nr~7^i^^TWt«L — _ 

9iae r Odi Cmda wd/orm. PW S^ood^i t-ADY'S FIGURE SKATES. SOB 

ORBEN WEED WILTON RU(;.|rt^- Wr ■ ttototoaa. -.... 

yae Vxl4 . fotto rondKton. tok • tound Gnnd bulba. 4to a |;|cm 1NGTON. OLDER MODKb 
P.VS-a93l. 4 *,** ...e . .w. lypewrkar. G<wd iwndKkm. tdaal lar 

. , . -- -- RkrRM.AND. elk LAKB ttudetM OS BV ^7S37 

BorS FIGURE SKATES. SIZE 4; —• —/„ j.—■ *'*^***‘- 

and g rl"a low ^*r%. mae 7, Ctonp. ■ * « . * ** ® l^TTLl Sism MATCHED SET GOLF 
EVtNsit bHora I pm mauhiM daU tarrug^ Jari# 919. tneUMi lanthar 

-iiTJill II durdb drvlto Win. av 4 .Ma. 

" ‘ - FUR COAT. S- rhIM'i wagan 99: all eie#nto< con- . -TTt . ... « 

ITS 1^ new. dtttoo . TaU after 9 p.m. Sudday SIZE 9H ENGLISH SOCCER ROuTtl 

_ EV 4-mi___ "** wanted, atandard Mryata amiaMp 

RLATE LA(T SHEATH’dRES.!. 917 ! JUST ARRIVED' CtFJUl VINYL ^.*^''”■9 anpari^KV SIW. _ 
All-weather owi. like hew. M Will ptoaitr tKam wmAwr •hee'big in the! DRAFTING TABLE. SaaSS AO> 
H henay wwalerl GRdllM > {*tfiular 4«-in width A fuK range'piMhto top Gmd Chnolmaa pram 

_~ —■TT' — • *rf nihee w4dlha and typaa <d toeM -1 gfit |W or bm 'dlto QR 7-Uk3 exed 

ALPHA SLOWER FOR ROT m* avatwhU rn<m airwli 1imu«lrml - • ... 

nn ‘toplata «ltb molar S TrtotonrT^CV^4 RUSSIAN SQUIRREL PORTR^ 

Prank Bauba Bbop JJT,, ^ah Stoi^^ng n«5K2 i 2 PIECE^ rHEtnXRIOELD. PER- 

1119 Datiflaa I tH n#w #dl 979 fm-t ^9aM^ye^iuE, 


I .a<ft 9 figiirt ideata* 


im undrrlHI. 118 Plum* EV 


PRICES SET TO ni.L~4trAifit. • ' rsrL4r-4-„-T7ST:iK-.i^r—a.Ti 

hM afltcia ParfcM Hom - -- ■ ~ I YOuNO GRAIN-FED PORK. SlTHI 

a* Down* «»rh«*i rLrrrmc sanoe AeARTiiEvr. w -JjJt. nc • •« -"V 

' ' ■ “ --- — — — - - - «r**. 4 high- * ^ed healing elemerut. * pad ^ a lb Mabbarley GRi-MH. 

?OT ATOBS RBANS PLUMS fin, aeal ttlmng table with 4 rhatrt. ‘ ' 


• t y •• n»Az*« ruoati* pn, rimng mate wttn * main. lyx^si e-raw fww • 

qi rrato an d, ihruba g^a » Bmb m good opmSttofi 
Matttok 9 Farm Oorxtoaa Ba> Ph.rvanai ireamr apenat. > drm cm. awm 

- .e-va-TT*! C'tlumhia Uriva GET-t17S 


GRdlfi 


THZ uNiwawnoti poetaw.* 


«k1..i;** ifllLL* flAMK UAt 

-Tniwir p«n; - sM -rhirtr pi~*. I5‘r„£“l ;;tT£ 

Hi naoN lEALCtUT, tia phone *ll—r EV>«». is iuBJ - . 

rv - -*y* 2 pm PORTARLB TYPEWRITER. 943. 

REMINCTO* 14- NOUSLESS nOtBE WtATE* LADV* WHITE. KirSt*"” “'"''I"'''" 

.__MA M*. A M.*.. Wft_ ItE. SIA *1,**4AM - - OT- - _ 


7S tlka new. lift akarwg mmurne. 


KUlag Itaablea Oa. 1919 Omig- OIL STOVE. COMPLETE WITH 


CMramaad Sarvlet to 
to aU manat aT r«dto . 

ATKINSON * FEARCC 

ma Otodi 


I lank and ataad 99D EV MM 


I tiltr automalk. tlOO GR 7 9Wa 


BV 94912 


BWlTTk GARDEN SHOP 
ind Cadar Mil X Ra 
ONE GR 7-9192 


dEWirri 

Bk a kb toop an 

vuo 


Quadra LARGE SlTX <HL HEATER, GOOD Bvargraand frum 

LJi. IKUMlkCE Wfra ~ 

JLIcsTm ip-i*.. Cl E vum ■ iwsw'-y 


TV AED EADIO REPAIR*. CALL* HUOIHAIRE, PA.NG*. .34,1*.. EX- ' i 4HU*. lOl't’ti 

iSS-an- *OT*r» WOOT C*^i4.t-- 4«OT. °e* f o ii- aLR-iarr : uohe.pckln 

araa. CR9-9BL _| cOAL STOKER WITH BLOWER ' - krMEa dark mdaar. Oj—n aU. 

819 rui MONTH! S'-* rhmdNtoa. IS KV 4-94to ' EV siA 


ftotaed. nawty-patatad; 9891 PtMM 
EV98IK 

CiVI into CBDA itSMi CFAS tllto CEO iltot CKNW (tail 

Vlaiarta Vto«ar4a Vtotarla Vaaaanvat N. W#**«laiiar 

0KWK(tl8» CIOR«dto> BIBOI719) KXA 1799) B<mO r 19991 
Vananvae Viaiaaaar SaaUla laaflto Saattla 

liltll4JCllS SASH * DOOR LTD 

' 89 GafkoUy Road PK BV S8TL 
iBodt unbar ptywoudb pmm. ale 

Itrailar ranuia Baaeldl bw rataa. 
Pbon* KV M»tL alstdg EV S8M. 

114-rT. BOAT. WITH TH-B.P. 

ao aoATs a marine 

so BOATS a MARINI 


YELLOW CHROMK »ABY TENDA u. 


-_ .. lyuiY 

ne9ir eondMlGA. kXm. 


yeara. 119 


>U nylon fsrket aR tim. M lo MANS SUIT. AS NEW CriAT 99 
keym# tirl'i 19' Cor I to U In waixt a In. tof 19 id Ito. 




RENT4LB 119 
ita BkWto tot i 
4-9419 


Oi Taiaa 


rui r» u- CAST n-HNACE. 04L BARREL ‘ 41* 3fc OT*. ELU >4OT* *>». J0HN40* >ND-ARE GOOD 
•Ad UAAd. UllMAIT CRT m* M3 CwWai JUad Rd egadltlo*: ■* EV M*U. 


rotl »ALE BRI.NG.ROIjjwAY ■£!>.* nOL'HLE »raE. MINERAL LIGHT WHH HOCE 

Itliln* A4/*»U1* ___M* e-._ --— - •*« ■ktRiBM *#- TV- 


booiaa. IM AUdna Avetmr 


VOLVO AQUAAAATIC 
BMC Morine Oieseh 


ORR MARINE 


_ 'mdtt.on. oa. GR SKA 

^AVER SHARPENING. WWm 
ratea Shaver atmr. 909 Yatet 


89 Gm. MR 


c E .4 0 R O A RABY CARRIAGE, i jS* fi! "* 

OTwi .N4B.Mi.diOT ewt r-MEviOT 93S. De luxe etee'nr nuim 


RV 




ONK MUXBR 


PWMm 

», Or 
BLK civUC 


IT TV. 

9-1749 


weldar Phmw EV S99n EV 
SKATES-LADrS WHIT» HCURE after S 

,___tkatet m» 9 9S. hockey dtale*. — - — 

DOLL'S HOUSE FOR SALK PH man a atoa 7^8 ttoja toata*. mto a 
<;ft 94299 aiaa S 94 EVS-SOOS 


LADTS LEATHER JAmT AND 
iyi Ml WMtb murnobt caaL boib 
" '’iftflTW 


, am# 11 GR riTOI 


9 FAIRS or ICE SKATES 
and guTa. ataa 9. 8 aauk 


aKi*t wrt Tailored lonoor eno- 

EV 9 .d» 9 . d^mt tofi Ba^toW^ N bad. ^ maaaiira. $S$7k J^ M» 

_ . _ r.mgteto. m. Caa ba aaan at M9 EV 44712 


Jc^m***'*^ PACIFIC ALL IfTEEL FV^INACE. HAHDY LAW.aON CYPRUto EVER WAN-TEO .UFT MOULDED PLY- 
^^SV*9I»I - ITIk Ftad Bay Rd. EV 3 *». giwena far h«bpr 9 ft ytMOd d«fh> BV 4-7194. 

“nriN^ ROOERB njuBSTTC BEACH g'STTXL FVRNA^. 98 ' AhTl SWAY BOAT TKAILCHS.! 

EYSdHE ,»#» Lam;*#! EV STOl |>»fAA ^ER RY^^ PLAys Bf ^R -. Edwardt WeWmg Tto Briiu toltm jf 


MERCURY MARINE 


BOYS ICE SKATER SIZE *. ft. 

kUTBBW STRUTT A WILLIAMS E\'S24k. ..ot*.,* itgg OR8IB FORM 111. dtoOAL OtL 

**“-tV?fiS **■ IJ'^ATpEl Mr A LB . GREKN^ orW. h,rt(^to*n« Mfe Unt# *19. JSIto ^ to^^ol'VkVg tSe?*t 

EV4toB ;9r a lb Murdgeh. 1*71 Ruby ft-wd rtaaon lor avflirw. tom wmgtg: snap W*! ^ *• o« i-toit aiur u 

*n»k"tt b» fkma EV 9803 after Mon. PULL LBNOTH PMIBIAN LAMB 

, TOT BCOUT UNIFORM* BIZa 19 _j ..mink tflfk faerf#«l tad-t 

ailim* ,!■ a.RMI • M OT • OT I «OT4«45*-»» . *.t!. 


EV 


idiT WE8T1NCIIOUSK WORXLNC 

Sdar 81 EVM4« 


-I WEST BEND 

OUTBOARDS 

. SEVEN SEAS MARINA 


BV 9-9999 


PhOd* UB9-4M1. • _ WRSTI NC HOUSE WRINGEK 

1 . OTOT • ur^ew agATRa CfMiti wa^h^. 949. Fawrall aR fan0 •‘•r - - — 

biZC 7 HOCKET _»KATd» Wdi ,^4 w-rt* 89 CHOICE BART BltP FOR LOTE- 

EV 4 1194 bofnrt 9 pm erx. 4«e lb bv atda ar wbato b«#f. 

FOR SALE THOR WASHING =.:v.- .-**—^^.otI.^* ~ ....OT'd.L. OR 4-9994 


y OTgR. cdOTW. WOTOT n. rhotwot , marina 

_"=!?:_*>■‘A"-l TlioPIC*L ~ K. i iiTH .- VAX OR «OTOT_^i nRTOL^rtTWWJJOATS , URei»4L tOT PU R» 

SrrnnpROUPT. EPTinZHT KITCMR.N l*L ItA-HCE. RLTIX* Will* G r .l* « o«iU 44a OTUM 4>* !4XW U-PI BRAXI3LMAYR WITH, Bdlwl.* R4U TreUtr. I u rvSsS''* 

£=*1 itv••■a > 44 *. CRMOV cHMtrf ,.OTrt* 137* U3 w«d Hio-OT' OT mototc *»*ot>i Coost Powcf Machine* _ . . — 

___iM,<T.LLnrM WTffT —- OT..-OT I BERHT UTRKL ClglO* DOOR. LAXnl BIRO CAC*. >3 X34 XI4- . IHSIIIO **3 

MAaOHDCStORZD »FT SiuHJAW*^^, tV 34* tl* ZV *«« WJid. 1.1*. 

wTli iSir!. EiS'aOT"3l. i*L*> *.40 'itRVlC* luBpjivTlliS'lHrrr CU*' HEW WAI.IIlTBKDWTTTHnUJIOAJlO.^*'*" 

1^4-198* 381 GOVERNMEN^ EV 3-2431 i Doaima Ik^wgod bad. GRIUU. -maltraaa. EV SS8K 


LAWRENCE HILL TV AND RAOfOJ OtL MKATEB. DRUM AND PlTMf GOOD BU13B. 4to A DOOnN ' KORBERG MARINE CNGINK 
EVMOB ^EVV«8 ,__ »M»tYLAND ELK LAKB I MdraWk rMeb. irSd EV 94997 


OTOTOTtOTtt ' ^Aanr wwTWir FORT- COMRmTION GAS WOOD AND. WAIXFIaiWEM GOOD RUSHY i INFLATABLE >MAN 91SN <N 
a:"?. JSrgRrSo*. "OTWI. RVMOL ipaiB. 411c 4 2||OT SRTIHR Iduck MM. III*. OR Pk. SV 4RM 


COAL AND WOOD PURNACI 

_ g<MKt Oil ranae tUa tank aodSTt DENT MICROBCOPE AND 

RECORD uand fded OlOtr l-at«ea baili- draRmg ’ lompmetd. nttt. aur 8 
mam fltiara* OR 7-99ta G' dWt 

“ ‘ " 'double BEWC 

L 33k Vafumvar, 


PRIOOR ro* SALS. STt-lHR 

























































































































































































































































































































CARj FOR SALk 


$aii4ar. 0<«. It, )«t0 


PHCOiy/ 


•2 MISCILLANfOUS 
FOR SALI 


•2 MRCIlLANiOUS 
FOR SALI 


IWH/PIPNT 
SOA^NE 
mt WE 
UTTLS KiPS 
POMT UKCE 
S<^ASM? 


ANVTHINO-TWXIB 
SKW6 TO LIKE IT. 


CAN «HE CTANP, 
EATIN* , ^ 
THAT \ y< 
tOUtSH?/ U 


100 CARS FOR SALI 


»IT TM* B*»T CANADA CIHWl 
Utr AT I r. A 

Second Big Week 
of the Greotest , 
BEEF SALE I 
in Victoria 

IG A VoudiUWF 
lli«ko> rondttner. Cehiroad C'V 
All the tFeRl IrmAi Chme# Beef. 

Ut4e nte irimined. 
rmh^trouM Beef W* ^ewi cmuM 

:r 3iw 1.00 

StiinMi aieek* 70C 

(the fieeh-men'R ehoece*. Ih / T 
Ui enl >Ml CM Rumt Room. > 7 ^ 
iMn tM t*^y- O' 

Clkih tteeka •• eekert. 70 ^ 

MtvMuel meeh. » ... /7 

BlehkR (4 tmmity -yKr 

•4««nie>. lb. 

L4CAJ GfeOe ‘A * rryin* ChsrkeiL 
pum reMly. 3 the. «e 2 iY\ 

•m- eerh j__ _ * 

OmiBee. alee end ^eei IwnroMid. 


stylerite shoes 

• DTR'CLAB AT 30tlKar>r«< 

We are eveniorked in men * ahnee 
Ru> arm and aB\ a at iheae Vm pric« 

Stock Reducing 
SALE 

I Betp tie <ie«r theae aNiea at 


Asicthe People 
Who Know 


SPEEDWAY 

MOTORS 


CALF OXFORDS 

Blark and bewen with leather rr 
rMnp>alttn«i mtea for dreia er buai- 
neaa wear. Mnrraata aampa. etralfW 
tip l<wa 

VALt’RS TO lit A'T 

Now«MiM»rKw > 7 . 7 / 

2 palm W tlAM — liee* Ml j 

BOYS' OXFORDS | 

F«r 4ay whom or Sunday arhoot 
Brown and blark leather Odorda 
with hard-wcarlnf eompoallkM aolaa 
Staea 14. Retular to |l. aw 
apami 43.7/ 

9 Pafra lor tie » 

I WORK BOOTS 
34 Poirs Only 

MIN'S WORK Bnm RIG. to lU 

SALE S6 97 
STYLERITE SHOES 

Dnucla* at Johnaoa XV > M U 


NOBODY 

OUTVALUES 

OLSON'S 


Fostesf 4-Door 
Sedon in the World 


JAGl AR |R Mark U with 
overdrive tfiac hrakea Oilv 
inno tAAQt; 


too CARS FOR SALI 100 CARS FOR SALE 


92 LIVESTOCK 
AND SUPPLIES 


IN MISCELLANEOUS 
WANTED 

• Rods ■duONT Cotoptoto Ubrf 
nn BmAll c«llfcii«u. imito booAi. 

ADELPHI BOOK SHOP 

m.a PORT_ _lYA-lMI 


•2 MISCELLANEOUS 
FOR SALE 


STATION WAGONS 


ENGLISH 
CAR CENTRE 
LTD. 

Yates ot Cook 


PLIMLEY 

AT 

1010 YATES 


MERCUKY Parktane 4-Door 
Hardtop Loaded with rxtraa. 
A dream to drive C')^00 
and owe -P J-Pr 7 

TRJ Sparta Bhr Overdrive 
ruatwm radio. The topa In per- 

$2399 

Macnettf Badan Cuatom 

$1999 

DODGE Sedan O* J^xc extraa 

phi"* t 1 A AO 

Lteanrt ^ ' 

PORD Sedan Cuat-xfi radn 

V4 motor ClAOO 


FALL CLEANING 
SPECIAL! 


PLYMOtTR AT radM. 

eonditm ^ • J7 J 

FORD •uiomatic. CQC 

V4 radk> -F I J 7 j 

PONTlAr % " AT radlOb 

power ateertn* 4 1 aQ*o 

eondW'm you U Ilka •P107J 
VDLKSWAGBN Cl 10^ 
Window Van 


NEW CAR 
DIRECTORY 


PRIVATE PARTY 


BB)«* • cmnpiefely automatic 

Shompoo Master 

yKiudtoi a PRXX n oa. ta ad 
BaMll a Fatiaoua Rue Shampoo. 
iReiall ralae MM.» 

SPECIAL $12 95 


ITS HERE 
THE 1961 VOLVO 

MOONEY'S ON FORT 

Ml Fort SL > EV MITS 


WANTED TO Binr 

co^rrcNTs or homes 

■ Or pan# ihercnf < 
EV4-%1-EV 4-1713 
FURRiTURE. BTC.. WAftTE 


FORD Palcw Automatic 
Very lew mtleaft #000^ 
Tuioee paint J4Z7^ 

BUNBEAU Rapitr Low mite- 

at*. Tuitme paint Immaca- 


Rifles orKl Shotguns 

U Ca HtfBlM AMO * Rih tMIB; 
IS Ga Ithaca and rhoita. MS U 

Oa Caaey. stS'M: 1 aia Bruna 
and aeepe SIMM. M 41t Baeaie. 

RR4t RA ^ ^ to toto^ 


RAMBLER. HILLMAR. SG.NI 
Humber. Rover. Mctrtn 
Jameaoo Motara Ltd.. T40 I 

tan Stteat EV d-OSB 


CHOICE SMALL CARS 

CO RARMAMh CMU CnOQC 
cenvffiiMe. radm ■^4J7J 
CQ VOLICS«'AGEK Oe # 1 AQC 
•3' Luxe, tow miieaat '9 • *47J 
CO VOLKSWAGEN Oe C 1 *50^; 
30 Luxp radto ^ • 3^3 

CO SrNREAM Raider Hardtop, 

.$1695 

$895 
$195 
$195 


STELCK'S 


iWANTED-BOYS RALEIGH M 
Mryrte 3-apeed. aeneratrr Mi fond 
roodUkei EV 1-7^ 


HlLLBUtB AT QUADRA 


BUNRBARM Al^tBP 
iBlIaa. wire 
brakaa. euatam 
radio, averdrlvt 


100 CARS FOR SALE 


$2795 


ROBINSON'S 


SWAPS 


' LARGE H O. MODEL RAILROAD 
for mie or trade, open lo nrfera 
ApprtixlmaW vakae MdOD. Contact 
(Tariea Coe. GR MSM after I 

MY EQUrr^IN~RABHUA 
mobile home tor (untfuirc. tertna 
on halnnca M Sl.OM lllT^uaranllne 


ENSIGN 

MOTORS 

1961 

RENAULT 

DAUPHINE 

ALL COLORS FOR IMMEOUTE 
DEUVERY 

$1798 

Fulty Emitppad 
MTS DOWN- 

MdM PER MTV. 


Toke the wheel of to- 
doy's best deal on a 
smort 56 or 55 A*1 re- 
coryfitioned automobile 
12,000 miles worronty 
in writir>g. 


SOYA LECITHIN- 


AUSTIN A-M Mk II Lo« AUBTtM 

Malleaic. in par- * i qqc A-M-. 

fKl ahape S I 070 

"SPEC 

VAUXHALL Victor Baperi Jrtv 

Biation Watae Titian e M STUDEBAXER 
paint Lew milaape. matom’ M DODGE .... 
radM. iiirm n « one $2 DE SOTO 

aitnato. etc S 1 070 ■ POI^C .... 


LLOYDWAGBN 


CLEAR OUT 

iwetu. MIJ , 

RUGS—$59 50 

wnh Prat Dnderfali 

VOGUE FURNITURE 

TbtM •»< #ll,4l'« IT *.bl 


ALBERTA GRAIN-FED 
CHOICE 
BABY BEEF 


The aaturai feed eanttnuani. im 
oertaat far proper fuaeitoniaa af 
aU life Bcaettetal ta md haaith 

and well belni 

FOR PBMOKB OF ALL AOBB 

Orme Prescriptions 

TSTYalaa. EV 4-ltll 


VAl'XRALU 


a: al*stin ats w-toa nexup. 
iTndc for TV o( e«^ value. CMSM 
aakn%^ Hauaton Motora. SO Bom- 


CHECK THESE 
Price and Condition 

$895 
$695 


"TRUCKS’ 

895 •• MIKCVIY HTo. 

ave Mfi 

P»rtart » THAMES MB Pielrap 
^ H RTTERNATTONAL 


PLYMOm Sedan. 

radto .. 

FORD 

TVdnr .. 

CHEVROLET. 

AT. radto 
PONTUC 

SDnor ... 


ATTEND 

THE SAWDUST PARTY 
At Me & Me 
rnttr «»«• nSLi 

enitoMtriini « H yb * ’JEST 
fMn Tl»to tor Mr Itomw »>«,. 


niiaciUpnoM roi old-aoi 
nNuoKMa « eracixLTT 

SAVE TIME! PAY 
Light and Phone Bills 

TWO lOCA-nOIto 

McCoH Dovey Drug Store 
iw Doeiu. ivreni. evr ant 
Shelbourne Drug Store 

Hlltoto. eitoIbwirM. IV 


B C. MEAT MKT. 


15 doyi Free Xchonge 
E-Z Terms 


uup. Duc eiCAC ' 

brat,., (to. V I 343 

£7 AUBTtH A-U. One awner, 
D/ to« mileapt. # i nnc 

Vary ckan S 1 295 

For Good Sound 
Tronspoftotion Beot Thiil 

1954 4-Dr Pontioc Sedan 

ONDn TKi ieoruoar 

SPECIAL $595 


E-Z Terms, 


Moke No Mistake 
We Do Sell For Less 


TRADES 

CniYStEI Nbto Yctk.lto*ll. 
tut<ma green and whita. WhMe- 
walla. Only 33:00(1 milea AttU*^ 
malic. p a w a r iieennc 


BUCK Special Sedan. auUh 
matte. CuMnm C'l COO 
radio Ltcenea S3M1 9 ' -f'' 


MIMKOGRXFIIZ. fXUlD DUPLl- 

mteeu. MfaeC egotpaMM and aup- 
p^ A. B. DIefc. new and med 


We Need Used 
Volkswogem 

971 YATES ST. 


ENGLISH 
CAR CENTRE 
LTD. 


dryer WEATHER! 
rWlLATlON LHCi-® Kf ** o 


METEOR 4-Dmr CeiMry 
Wafwi. aiitomattc. A •bam 

EJtoctoto. $1699 


PLYMOUTH Bavogr TMor •»- 
dan. tipone. wtutawaila Only 
UJlh miles an *11 QK 
rttMttii molar -p I I 7 J 

CHEVROLET Dt LuJtt Sedan 
One owner mr in tmmanilate 
rondltton. Only 0 coi miles. 
Aniatnsito C100R 

transmission 9 I 47^1 


WMt You WaM 
QUADRA APPUANCB 
SERVICE.^ I RE 


$1199 

— .to. I The Roces Are Over 
But You Con Still 

WIN! 

$1499 

STRAIGHT: 

$1099 57 Olds Super 88 Sedan. 

- WM»TuMy equipped ond 

41 ™» perfect .$2195 

$1299 

4. PLACE: 

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