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No. 291 -lO.jlli YEAR 


Union Local 
Facing Jail 


Ontario's Robarts Philosophical 
But B.C.'s Bonner Storms 


CHICAGO (AP)—F«lrnil JudKr -lanir* Par- 
Mia< thmtnrd WedneMlay to jail thr rniirr 324- 
iiirmber Local 418 of the Grain Horker*' In ion 
iinlem it pay* $48,000 In fine*, or poNtx an equal 
Imad, by I>k. 28 for rrfu<>inK to load Canadian 
Kraia ahipn. The anion local K appealinc the line. 


VANCOUVER (CP)—Two freighters collided in 
Vancouver harbor Wednesday night and one had to 
be giounded to prevent it from sinking. 

The I0,(XK>-ton Irish Rowan 
ripped open under the impact i 
when she collided wdth the 
T.OOO-ton Greek freighter Evie.i 
The inrush of water started to i 
SM-ell the cargo of grain aboard' 
the Irishowned ship. 

Vancouver harbormaster 
rapt. William Dobie ordered 
♦he ship beached to prevent It 
from sinking in the harbor. It 
will be towed to drydock today 
when entergeticy repairs are 
matie. 

None of the iTew member.s 
aboard either of the ships was 
Injured. 

The Irish Rowan had a five 
by six foot hole below the 
waterline and the Evie suffered 
bow damage 


By PETER BRITON 


(Special to the Colonist) 

OTTAW A—The Pearson government has 
dashed British Columbia hopes for a more 
equitable tax-sharing arrangement. B.C. will 
probably be worse off than before. 

This seasational development came at yester-|, 
day’s session of the federal-prov’incial conference 
when the federal Liberal government “leaked” thej 
news that the only changes in the present agreement; 
will be to increase equalization payments to the 
“poorer" provinces. 

TTiat means every province except B.C. and 
Ontario. 

“This Is a real clanger," stormed a livid 
Attorney-General Robert Bonner. 

__ Detail.' of the new scheme-- 

which wUl likely benefit the 
pi-ovinces sharing in equaliza¬ 
tion grants by some 180,000,000 
—wdll be announced Friday. 
(Sec also Page 34), 

The Pearson government 
plans — dlocloaod at a brief¬ 
ing by Liberal planner Ton 
Kent — appear to have been 
made well before the federql- 
provlncial conference began 
Tuesday mamlng. 

Not Belierett 

Nobody believed Kent's a.i- 
sertion that the details will be 
a result of “consultations" with 
t h e provincial premiers. 
Everybody seemed to agree 


'StwkholiH? 


Opposition 
Unites 
In Korea 


Summit 
Parley 
Seen 
In June 


HKOL'U Houth Korea (API 
— I'lvIllM pollllral foes of 
Pre'ldenl-el^ Chung Hee 
Park Halted Wedneodsy to 
wage s legal hsMIe against 
Irregnlaritlea that they sold 
marked the Nattonal As- 
■embly elerUou hla followers 
won hy a landslide. 


(loiinallv Tells Story 


MOSCOW (UPl) — Tht 
SovM preM |BVg promin¬ 
ence Wednesday to a call 
for a tummit meeting be¬ 
tween President Johnson 
and Premier Khrushchev. 
Speculation here centred 
on neutral Stockholm as a 
poK-stble site for such a 
meeting in June. 

The feeling in informed 
Viet circles was that Khrtwle 
chev would put no obstacira 
in the way of such a confer¬ 
ence. 

The official Communl.st party 
newspaper. Pravda. published 
a lead front-page article yes¬ 
terday on First Deputy Pr» 
mier MIkoyan's meetings id 
W ashington with Presidem 
Johnson and Mecretary of 
-State Rusk. 

nTMir.HT 

t 

Pravxia remarked that Sert 
J. William Fulbiight, chair¬ 
man of the Senate Foreign 
Relations Committee, had in 
■ television interview “pro. 
po.-ed that a summit meeting 
be held." 

Publication of this call in 
detail In thr official party puh- 
, l.ration was legarded here as 
tantamount to a stamp of iie 
piDval. 

IN JUNK 

Khruohdiev Is scheduled to 
visit Scandinavia in June, with 
slops in Stockholm. Oslo and 
Copenhagen, and Wrilern ob¬ 
servers .speculated the Swedish 
' capital would be a likely -ipot 
for a Khrus.hchev Johruon 
I meeting. 

I A J u n e "familiarization* 

I session between the new U.R 
president and the Soviet prb 
mier would follow the putterq 
of the slain President Kerw 
. nedy’s first meeting with 
' Khrushchev in neutral Vtenng 
In June, 1961. 

NO AGENDA 

ITtat two-day meeting, with 
no formal agenda and no na> 
gotlations, followed Kennedy’h 
election in November, IMO. 

Geneva and Vienna, In that 
order, also were mentioned lu 
speculation as alternatlvt sum* 
mit sites. 


They’// Kill Us All 
Texas Governor Said 


DALLAS (UPI)—As an vanguard. 
■ssaiiain'R bullets thudded Ontario Pi 
Into President Kennedy, 
his wife grabbed his bleed- for the good 
ing form and cried. “Oh ^ 
my God! They’ve killed my * ” 

V ' husband! Jack, Jack!" ' "y 

Texas Ctovertfor John Con- d„’'|^"en" 
nally said Wednesday. ■Well . 

r "We hod Just tumeil the cor- arc req^M.'s i 

ner (onto Elm Street' We heard "ode b> pit 
, shot. I turned to my left . . ‘-•"a 

the prekident had slumped. He 
AP piuuuj aaid nothing ’ ^ 

seriously wounded •'•Rcther 
s bullet from the 

specis. to hr 
gether I 


New Split Rocks 
Turkey Coalition 


Cunnally, 
himself by 

a.-sa.ssin's rifle, spoke from hi.* 
he<l SI Parkland Hospital. It 
wa.s his flrst public accounting 
ot what happened when three 
shots were fired from a sniper's 
rille hidden on the sixth lioor 
o: a building 100 yards awav. 
REAL WAR-WTH 
"We got into downtown Dallas 
where there was a tremendous 
crowd with real waimth. real 
understanding and real apprecis. 
lion." he recalled, wiping his 
ejes 

"Nellie this wife' amt I saw 
It all .HO vividb because we weie 
riding in the ear with them. We 
did not attempt to ackmtwledge 
the ovation because we knew il 
ws' (or the president. 

N»LUr. SAID 
"As a matter of fart, no nioie 
tlian 30 seconds before llie 
ti'bilegy occurresl. Nellie turned, 
to the president and said, '.Mr. j 
iK C aiwaaitaia-^ President, they can't make >oul 
I Iwlieve now thei-e ate not *uine 
IB yV • 'in Dallas who love and appre- 

(WllCC! icinteiou' 

I WB "And he said, ‘No. they sure 

“We had just turned the cor¬ 
ner. we lieard a shot. I turned 
to my left . . and the presi¬ 

dent had slumped. He said 
nothing. 

"As I turned. I knew I was 
hit and I knew i had been hit 

Cnnllnued on Page t 


New Threats Cited 
New Photo Denied 


with people from all over 
the country w ho are just as 
Grey C'upcnnsrious as they 

are. 


The (’PR. in what it lalls 
“one of the heaviest Grey 
Cup rail movements In 
years," has laid on four 


special trains — two liotn 
Calgary and one each fixKn 
Regina and Winnipeg to 
move Ihoiiaands of persons 
into Vancouver. 

Friday morning one regu 
lar (rain and two extras will 
pull into the downtown sta¬ 
tion. disgorging more than 
1 , 01)0 persons within the 
hour. 

Sixteen sleepe1-s, acrom- 
m'Wlation foi' MX) persons, 
will be act up behind the 

CnnUnued on Page t 


D.ALLAB (AP)—Threats were made against 
I'rrnch Presldwit de (iaulle and Dnllns Mnyor Earle 
Ualirll in naoRymous phone mils made shortly 
before the Kennedy fiueml Monday, the Dallas 
News said WedResday. The FBI warned and pro¬ 
tected both men. 

Meaawhile, the L'.S. justice department denied 
It had a aew photograph or other riidenre—or 
knew of any—thowing Iwio people in the window 
from which an aonaasln <diot Keanedy. The evi¬ 
dence indicated only one person was in the room. 


Extra FligfjjfSaturday 


TrasK-i'MiadA Air laiam kaa ack^dalpd aa antra fllgkl la 
VaaiMHiv^r Halarda> itinralag far paMiHigm wkn will waat 
lo thr ni(»ralair far^y C ap parade, a TC'A apokeninaa aald 
ye«ilrrda>. 

Tke Mpn'Ial fllKht will leave Paliirla lla> .Alrpnrt al 
• a. III.. Netweea the regular aad lauW a.iii. fllghlK. 


(iimlidate$ Vnvor 
(rorge, Lnivertity 

—Page 33 


Rare Double Ritei 
For Fliert Friday 
—Page 21 


The Daily Colonist Chnstmas 
500 Fund has again become tlw 
rail) ing point for many public. 
spirited groups wishing to per¬ 
petuate. the true meaning of 
Chilstmas. 


The to>s will be picked up by 
volunteer Art Kool of Reliable 
Trarifer and delivered to Ma>. 
nard's AucUon Rooms. 733 John¬ 
son .Street 


Proceeds from die suction will 
swell the 300 Fund, 

The VIctona Gun Club Is again 
throwing its weight behind the 
501 Fund 


Jn the mail which they must 
picsent at Gainers Ltd.. 
Herald Street, froth De<- 16 to 
20 Inclusive. 


iSnmef in the Nrw$ 
—Hr Prepared 

— Page _M 


i»agc >8 Victoria Youth 

Held iu Shootiiiv 

NELSON (CP) — A Victoria 
41 youth was arrested by police 
tl. M, t7.11 here Wednesday night tollosvlng 
^ I I the firing of a shot in the Nel- 
’ ' son bus depot 'in srhich the 
—.” depot manager narrowly ei- 


The gun dub will also hold 
its onmiapfturkey shoot Dr<. 
21 and 22 from wrhldi the fund 
will receive further help 
Tickets for the giant bing* 
are on sale at The T. Eaton 
Co. box office and at Memoria] 
Arena. 

Victorians are asked M 
Continued on Page t 


Here more volunleers will .»,it 
the toys and knock them down 
to the highest bidder during die 
big Christmas 50b Fund auction 
Dec. 17. 

Toys for this auction may al.so 
be leR at Majnard'i Auction 
Rooms between now and the 
auction. 


Lucky Clide rants aie in 
many stores in Greater Vir¬ 
ions and proceeds will al-o 
hHp vwrell the fund. 

Cards are shot as they are 
filled and winners ithose with' 
the drole tsnth the most shot in 
tt> are announced 
Winners will receive s chit 


A toy brought to the Victoita 
Kinsmen giant bingo in the 
Memorial Arena Tuesday can 
bring joy to the needy and the 
giver. 

A toy ttVTied fai at the door 
will givt the dmnr an extra 
chance on a turkey. 


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2 flr.lu (inlonlrt Vit»*ri«, i.C., Thin., No». 21, IJM 


- Keiiiieciv Fini»»lie<l 
Another Book 

P.^RIS (Kpulers) — President Kenoody fin- 
ishe<l HrItinK » new book shuftly beiore his assas- 
kiiialion, French novelist K«>main Gary said in an 
artiele in yesterday'* issue of the weekly, Candide. 

tiar}’ said Kennedy told him he was ent;ai;ed 
on eorrectioK “>t neu work he had just finished,” 
when the Frenrh writer and his future wife, Aineri- 
ean film srtress Jean Sebers, dined at the White 
House in AuKUst. 

Garr said he belie\ed the book was “a sort 
of anatomy of violence and hate.” 


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r^’f i' It' cut <'l 

*'f nir,cnt rtn* 
lal>oiri^ 

and pioff^'^i'Onal "tU n# 

tin lilt* Ihfjhi, ■ orid.i* 

i/**r Jafk Atklniey 


Ml .•\ildi‘rlo\ a /?o\ern- 
moni employee ulio do^b^r• 
as a CBC Mackon/ie nc*t* 
\MMk H«i al>o 

1.*- a fonner HamilUm re>i- 
dpnt and it U Hamilton 
Ti^ltM (\tt.s who will br mot*!* 
in^; Bi.twh Columbia laons 
on Saturday. 


I'D KNOW \ 
THAT cookin' ‘ 
lANVIV/tffff, 


R£-A*RGH.' 


??0N DEPOSITS« 


SECCrEANT T FUSIUER ' I 

V KLL/ rXCAPP.'r?^ 


a Colcwl«»«d I 
■•nlhly hall 


L'anadian Pacific Air Line.', 
limited b>' statute to one 
flight ci-oss«>untry, will fly 
a tO-passenjer Convair spe¬ 
cial in from Penticton on 
Kriday. A Junior Chamber 
of Oommeree charter out of 
Toronto will bring In 110 
pei-sons. 

Some 90 persons will ar¬ 
rive from Edmonton on one 


World Leaders \ 

Liked Speech , 

OTT.WV.V (CP»-Prime Mln-I U.N’ITED NATIONS. N.Y. (AP> 
ister Pearson described Presi- — The United Nations was 
dent Johnson's address to the pleased, cautiously, with the 
United States Congress Wednes- first major policy statement of 
day as moving, impressive and President Lyndon Johnson, 
encouraging. | Delegates called it hearlen- 

Mr. Pearson said he sawjjng^ encouraging, decisive, and 
about two-thirds of the presiden-: added that they hoped Johnson 
tiaJ address on television during! would gucceed in his aim to 
the luncheon recess of the fed-l "rontinue the forward thrust" 
eral-provincial conference. thai John Kennedy began—par- 
e a e ticularly on civil rights. 

GANDER, Nfld. (UPD — 

Anastas Mikoyan, first dersjty 
premier of the Soviet Union, 
praised the late President Ken¬ 
nedy as a man of peace and 
President Johnson for promis¬ 
ing continued good relations be¬ 
tween Russia and the U S. 

"It Is apparent after Presi¬ 
dent Johnson's first speech to 
the U.S. Congress he is follow- 


(lontiiiued from Page I 


Disgon's 
Gifts . 


Texas Governor Tells Story 


lettered. But In some ways he 
is as literate a person as you 
will ever know, wise In Hi*' 
waya of human understanding. 

GKEAT POISE 

"He is a man of great poise 
and at other times he is dc ; 
termined and almost rude. 

"Ha pulled himself up by 
his bootstraps. He understands 
the heartbeat of the nation, 
probably as well at any man 
who has ever been president. 

“If I had to have a man to 
deal my hand, It would be 
him,” said ConnaUy. 


ir Games 
"k Ribbons , 
ir Gift Wrap 
ir Seals 

"k Boxed Stationery 

, (a non fattening gift!) 

* if Fountain Pens 


LONDON (UPD 


er—Bonner 


nivlfilon of Willflon SlaMon^ry 

1401 GOVMINMENT 


Your Good Ueidth 


dered by Go 
Georgs Vanier. 


Hit Out ' ^ ^ 

, ^ „ . . Bennett has been demanding 

Aitomey-General Bonnet hot- i„,m«iiata end to equaliea-i 
l> hit out at the federal govern- p,yi„enti. On the tSher; 
ment for its decision and the Bonner Indicated a 

way In which it released the this stand yester 

nc.is to iu frirnds in the press j.y he aiid the system 

should come to an end within 
.; It ^_i. But the 

I hate a Is sleeping In a nylon nighitr. said to this effect at the con- Pearson government made it 
' ' “ ‘ t r .tears frrence — although Mr. Kent, plain It wants to extend the 


He claimed that nothing was the next 10 years. 

Daar Or. .Mninar: If a woman Dear Ur. Molner: f ‘ ‘ ' 

InstaSa. wilt her dm-tor deliver I9yewr-ald son who has acne. I had that experience 

her haby by Caesarean; There The dootor says It will go away ago, because nylon doi-sn'l who ran un.sucressfullv as a system.- 

Is no modlral reason In my when he la In his 30s, hot it “breolhe." whereas isitlon ah- Liberal candidate again.st NDP “What a hell ef s way 

lase, iNit I become utterly ter- hasn't Improved. I’ve used all sorbs perspiration. That might leader Tr.mmy Douglas in run a conference." snap 

sort* of ereams. He also lias a lie her trouble. Burnaby - Co<|uillam. said Mr Mr. TVinnei 

fungus In both ears wMch we yes, nylon i.sn’t ahLSOiiient, 

sre treating with boiled while anj (.jp he quite hot if il is l*ufrr> I 

Gnrgar sail s grease I got cloeely woven. The last time I ' * 

from the ihs-tor. Is that the noticed a department store w-tn- 
right w-ayT HRN. .I R. liuw. I gaiheied that nylon 

Its tiue that sene iwiMlIy '’•l-'hties w.ere still bring made in 
aubaides in the 20». but bv that Ihmay form, .ko while you are 
time a good deal of pitting and '^"eti in your augseation, 1 
scarring of the akin aomctime.s •I'”’ want to be sure that no¬ 
takes place I'udv ignores the possible Im- 

Therefore I’m oppa-^ to the ^h-av.v night 

id,« of Just w.iting for it to 'If 

end by itself. There isn’t any nylon I in doubt, 

magic medicine that will cui4 ^ 

acne ovenughl. but there ate '»,* 

W.V-. nf n.-ev-eniin, 11 f om be- ‘'“""nue. have a mcrlical check 
mg' so O^veie and of avoiding “P " '“'’P 

much of the rut^equenl *a, 
ring. You can neat It at hocnp ^ 

at JNa** Hr. Molner: Are the 

I cannot venture a giu^ss a.s "f* 
to the f.mgus, but I sivggeel 
taking the boy to a akin «»«» n"*'* 

speciatlar. With ernalp types J^irdlnary •w.et.r I 

of fungus new med..-*!Iim. iie 

highly effiwtiv e '• P"""** • verwelghl. - 


great day! i great game! 


I would refuse, unless there 
air good reasohs for this pro 
eedme. Caesarean delivery ri- 
warranted only when It avoids 
some greater danger. Tender 
normal circumstancee, regular 
(Jelivery la safer for mother 
and child. The doiior'a respon 
Bibility la to provide the great 
est safdty lor both you A.VD 
the baby, and that’s why you 
don't have die right to ehooHe 

T do think, however, that you 
might benefit by attendaig 
rLas.ses, now offered in a good 
many communities, for women 
piTpanng for childbirth. These 
I'-clude simple stretching and 
aqiialting exercises which con 
diiion the mii.sdea for easier 
ocl.iery. .Such rlaaees are at- 
I ended not only by women who 
want "natural childbirth,' but 
al.so by thotse who expect the 
Usual anaesthesia and want to 
maka the birth easier and 
safer tor the haby. 


Toy Means Joy 


.searcli Uirough aules and tov 

* VDwiQ muuB 

boxes (or the Item that may be Aiian.i m«Rj9 
forgotten by a .youngster but 
can bring no much Joy to other 
youngsters In lets fortunate 
circuinstanres. 


Has Canada’s Dr. Selye 
Found How to 
Prevent Old Age? 

Dr. Hans Selye, the famed 
Montreal researcher, may 
hava diacoverad a way to stop 
vou getting nid! Read "Ntw 
Search for the Fountain nf 
Youth" in December Reader's 
Digest, learn how hii work 
"with animals" proved aging 
can he acceleriled or pre¬ 
vented at will! And how the 
same reactions may one dav 
be induced in man to give 
you a new lease on life. Get 
your December Reader's 
Digest now on aala. 


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The Weather 


great whisky! great idea! 


NOV. ;g. 1»M 

(jloody, nanawiitial laln late 
III tha day, Httla change In 
temperahiiT; winds, south 
westerly 16; precipitation, J7; 
eiinWUne, !i hours. 6 minulei. 
We(toi*aday's recorded high 
and low. victoria. 18 and 39: 
Inlay's ftnecasl high and low. 
Victoria, f.' and .35;,, Today’i Xmi 
Biiniyae, 7:11; sunart. 4:2.3. 

East Coast of Vancouver ';'ir 
T'laiid - - Cloudy, oix-asional ^',2] 
kght rain Utc in Uie day, little 
clian^ In temperature, winds, sMn 
enutfierly 20; preapttatlon, .16. 
Werineeday'* recorM high and c>« 
low. Nanaimo, 47 and 30; to- 
day s fflrecast high and low, rr.., 
Kanaime, 45 ann 32. 

West Coast of Vancouver 
Island Ram, beramtng stiow 


jell in tha afternoon; little 
cliangs In ternparsturs; winds, 
aoutheriy J9; fortcast high and 
low. Estevan Pidm. 45 and 35. 

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son Tells Witness 


lUtlit (EnlfinUt. Vict^n* 
Thuridav, Nflv 31. 1^63 


kenncdvs Kallv Around Parcnls 


Vodkas Start Killer’s Day 


Bv B. BKOWN Then salil. ti>r>k off hor Hut C'aiol ‘.quirnir«l out of saiH he aitno«l ilie I.iiuer at her ' An<iei >«>n said he tried to shoi t |»o:enls toda\ for ttn'ii' ti adi- 

MINNEAPOLIS I'Pl ni^ht^ou ti and edinrd her to ilw cr;t>i» and dashetl for the f)od- She said. I><>n t do this' Sh^* her Uit the yun wiHihf Tv>t fur t i o ii a 1 Thatik.-^tin in.: na\ 

Tluee do bie " odk * f **idhnM>ni He pushed her intoH mkii and a rolw*. ''aid. *M> hiisliund is a ( imiuifd Site tried to yn pHsl, him 1! • honieroitiin^. lht>u;:h the oh 

breakfa'ti 'f ■**'bo hafntub. alreail> filled — he I knew [ had trouhle . . . '^o lawyer, he \mU pn>l*'ct >ou fn>in 'lug^jed hei- vMth the huii^)! the •oiAaruv w.ll he In 

j/?, f*' * said — b> her husbaii<t. I went to pull Itie tun out.” He the police.” pisml, She ran (lown'>laitN fi»i tld* death of Iht^.<lem J«»hii K. 

• qmcksl^ve acle^su.t and * * a * * a A MK,kVsmaM fo. Ih^ 

u-au at*', f ' ' ■■■ * comnifiiow) hiMini; lipr [omuT aiiTt>a..>ador 

It ends with a pi«v of rub rrOSCCullOn llCSlS 1 IS l^ttSC off her diam.«id imK. She >a\s. »11 liJf Konn.^ys and 

h#r . IMIW iTmf ^ ■ ■ • ■ hit hrr m laws and all w most 

Orman LuRer that won* ftr^ MINXEAPOUS lAPi -The fence counsel llyam .Segell In five week.s of the sense- aRain ... she said, Oti, (IckI "f grandvhildien are 

And a helpless wontan scream pi’o.secutjon rested Its ca.se in said he would afiow the de tional tilal. pio.-wutoc V\ illiam help me . ^*Mrs Jacuueline Kennede it 

tnir fne nCir..s- All In . H., •. .u , . . .i, ! Kandall had put S« Witnesses At thw point, Tliompson he Jacuueline Kennedy, ii 

work "’<■ T. Kugene ITiompson mur- feiidant had no part In the!^ etiteied 83 Ran to shudder. Ills Jaw quiv announced in Wa.shins 

der Iruil \\ inlnei^day ind de .slaying of hia wife. lexhibd.*^. et'ed convuUiVely, his ahoul H.vanni.s Port 

* --dora shook. "Oh. Lod holo morning with htM- uvo 


I H A’.\ .\ N I I*(>KT. M.i'iS \Vtslnty's<J-iv ai^d .lohrt Jr; of Mroi'.aohii'4'it.«, youiic^^ 

.M*' 'I'lu' Kt‘(«n^»d> rlan. whv).s»» t.’iird hirihd.iy \va'« hroth»‘r of the late prrsidrnl, 

ro.idv to rvilly .arounl tihsi Monlla^■. a:i<l Ins -family also wili fly 


said — b> her hu.sbaii<l. I went to pull llie gun out.” He the police pistol, .she ran down'-iairs fi»i ido <le:iih of Iht^.<lt*m J«»hii K. 

the fri>nl door and Anderson (o|. KtMinrdy 

* * ^ # ★ # ikmeil. A sjKikesman for the eldt'i 

__ ^ * I coinnienreil hiMm^ her K«‘niitt1>s, [ornior rtiTThais-adoi 

11 rv Aof'O I J C I 1 'With tlie pistol* . . . she liH)k Mis. Jo.'^'ph P. Kenne<l\, 

I lUSCLUllUll ItColo 11& ^CloC off her diamond ring. She ail tJo^ Kenm^ys aiul 

‘Here, take this' ... I hit her ‘ttlaws and all oi most 

MINN'EAPOUS I API -The fence counsel llvam .Segell In five week.-i of the sen.sa- again ... she .said, ‘Ofi, (knl 21 grandchildien are 

pi-o.s«-utjon rested Its c.se in .stiid h. would .diow the de tioiial trul. pru-s^-uto,-William help me’." i, 


der trial W isinesday and de slaying of his wife. 


Dick W*. C. Anderson, 3.3, a 
hard-drinking Korean war vet¬ 
eran, aat in a crowded c-ouit- 
i-oom yesterday and <|uieily 
told htw he b^t, bludgeoned 
and stabbed to death heiireas 
Carol Thompson, .34. 

"Oh, tJod help youV sobbed 
dlmpiesTheeked criminal at¬ 
torney T. Eugene Thompson — | 
OkTOl's husband and him.self 
charged with nvaster-mindlng 
the slaying when AiKtet.i^ 
told how he broke off a paring 
knife in the woman's throat | 
and left her dying. I 

* * e I 

In ■ slow', raieful voice,! 
Akideison recounted tile events 
of .March 6. a bitter-cold day 
when Carol Thompiton stag¬ 
gered bleeding and unrecog- 
ni/able from her home only 
to die in a'hospital hours later. 

He said he woke up at 3 
a m., put on hts slippeis and 
"went directly to the refrigeia- 
tor and mixed a double shut 
of vodka" Me diank it aial 
then diaiik anuther. 

it * * 

He Walked to the balhi'oofn. 
where he sliaved, put on a 
white shirt, clean .suit and ad¬ 
justed hi.s tie. Anullier double 
shot of vodka and a couple of 
benzedrine pill.s and he was 
ri'ady for work. 

On hts way out. he put on 
a hat borrowed he .said from' 
Norman .Maslrian, an ex prize¬ 
fighter who tia.s been named 
as the middleman in the slay-1 
ing the man vxith the J3,o6o 
payoff. 

* * * 

Anderson said he arrived at 
the niompsons' fashionable 
home at 5:30 a m . ducked in 
an open door and waited 
iwtiently in the darkened hese 
meni v^ile Caml Thompson | 
got her four childien off to I 

BCbnol. I 

When the children were! 
gone and Carol was back in 
bed reading a magazine, An-i 
derson said he crept upstairs: 
and into her room. , 

a a a | 

“She looked around at me, shei 
ieen I had the Luger in my hand 
... I said. 'Tuiti your head so 
you don't see me' ... I iiad 
Inslruoted her In lay ... on the 
lied with her face down ... I 
t(a>k out the whopper, or Imse. 
With borh hands 1 put it cr<»s. 
yvi.se on her skull and raised it' 
up and hit her as hard as I 
could" 


I# 


yon." he cried, stared at An childicn. Caroline, who wa. s .six 
derson collapsed .sobbing 

on a table. i 

After a brief rece.ss. Ander- ' i 

-son resumed, lie said he went ^ ‘ CJ 

to the kitchen while Carol lay ■ ■ i \ 

on the floor. He picked up a \ 

, butcher knife, ran hLs thumb 
I carefully over the edge and'dis- 
carded it in favor of a paring 
knife. He went back and stab 

bed her three limes. Tiie third V LA 

lime, the knife blade broke off 

I in her throat. 7 ^ 

He weni back upstairs, turn- wlr S 

ed the bedroom into a shambles 

I to make if look like a burglary. m 

I picked up hLs borrowed hat IS! 

I and waslied his hands. 

I While he was upstair.s, Carol 
! staggered to her feet and 
walked dazed to a neighbor. 
who called an ambulance. 

Afterward. "I went in ito • This advertisement is not 
bar) and oixleted a drink.’’ or by th 


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FBI Mum 
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Phone Call 


_ 1X).S ANGFXE.S (LAT) - 

I U pi Is (.heered Th* FBI iefu.sed Wednesday' 


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it is investigating a my.sterioua 
telephone call from nearby Ox- 
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An Oxnard telephone super¬ 
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’Telephone officials .said the 
rail originated in the Oxnard- 
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Police 

Protect 

Pastor 


DALLAS API Police pi"©- R 
tectod a minister and his ^ 
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the news that President Ken- s 
redy had died of an as.sa.ssin’s ^ 
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Rev. William Holmes. pa.stor ^ 
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.>gt. W. A. Johnson said M ij- 
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I'AfiK 4 


narniag nctpl UondAf (Aa 

Ct'oeiK Putilahari Lui ai Mil Daullia 
Virtaria iC Authaiicag at arcond ela»i aiiH ay 
Ih# Prat Ofr^a rifpartnant Oitaaa. and tar paf* 
nani at poataga ip raah Uambar Aadtt luraau al 
Clr^uiatioRa 

P.IOIAni) BOWKIl. Kdllor In-Oili'l 


IIIIK'^DA^, M>\ I.MIIKK 


Changes Due 


,, I . pf Wioii, •ntf 

K ! anrf sftffms n-fli 

By TOM lA^I.OR 
'T'HKY «!»• drying <iul Knif>iiP 
^ Stud.um-for tlir hig gamr 
in V»:iconv»T on SHtmdpy 
fllthoiigl) n<ttoi(‘ i'4iol<i do th.rt 
much moM- iM^ily «tT;d fai 

- -- flOr* th»’ ♦'[♦‘mfVUa; t,l 

H, (oo|HM;itr‘ in llmir br**'t luinxM 

Thnt Itu'N 4lo“'l. n'iii 

bMhrro' oi tu ff.i! i4i»pton'h 

NS hat put> humanktiK! to a 
(It'al of tHilloM (in** NsaN' 
and anolhfi 

• *» Ami r.^ptHMally of thi* 

^ ^ gpocie?* NS ho Hei! i«t play Ihfir 

.sanit? 4 p<)rt!^ out of snavun. h« it Nsrnv 
't arty lIoNV first tiu’ allotment of 




i ■ 

w\c ^ 


^ ./K 


tj 


T'liouc;!! IS PRINCIPLE .11 of the 

* Western Ailiame are dedic ated to the .same *p„rn out ut smson, h.< it wn' yrg y q 

purpose—that of defending the tree world again.st any now fust tii«> aiiotmcnf nt 
military or economir aggressiCMi launched agaiii-st it field games \.*.s Tnansitcil, 

hy outside forces—their individual ideas of how this what fiame shcmid hold sway ' 'T'** 

ultimate objective can best be attained differ con- >'> summei- and what later mt ■» r Tp^ 

Biderablv. evm thmugl, the entire «lnte, : l ' \^ /Ue^ 

TS, s,. cv.nn Of ,h. ,«.■ lev .h,,v., hoower “Z:. 

are hardly likely to add to the hoix- that an overall „,.aih r 1 

agreement will he reached in the near future. is iiods and oilieis the leav- v vlA '' \J 

It is worthy of note at this lime that within the jog,,, W 

past .seven months four of the major allied govern- in a aen»e it i.« siir|iiL>ing,' mi - 

merits have changed leaders—only one of whom was for irstancr. that canadan 
actually elected, the remainder having been, in effect, looiball should he ronf.ned to 

appointed. ' pi . ■carious plHving days, al- • J^. 

#-» j -s # 4 U t ^ t^ »u«. V’N'rrN VNay* wiih oiu* **ye on imniinJ r^ tm J 

Canada one of the major cogs in the NATO I 

defence machinery, elected its new prime minister— n,^ ,i„ I * M 

and a new government—hi early spring of this >ear ti„pat of he.ivy rainfall. Sur ! eng 

by B nation-uidr voto, piLflnc. I mfan, that fmiihfill 

Bin West Germany. Britain and now the I'nlted doesn't decide to have lu fling, _ •** *'' _ 

J^iates—nations which form the major military hack- in summer. ^ \ ' 

hone of the whole alliance—have each inherited their •' •■iiging hackw.nd io-| •• /■ ^ i 

new leaders without the benefit of a national election. •*’''* pi‘‘(criisi s<as..na | - . • / 

. Tr.,v. lo .11 imv™. purn^. th.,. Wvvn,. '’.rLVZ 1.S,. ‘iZ' 
menu remain the same and each new leader has i ,supp,>se it it came ..ut tsildly > W ^ 

pledged to his people his sincere intention to follow „ , summer .spun, ihei^ >/, ' • ^ Jr 

the programs initiated by his predeces.>)or in office. . would be idueah of anguish 
-Yet, in fact, except in the ca.se of the United from 'ba.sehall and other sum 
States whcit* it is too early to sease any obvious menime outdoor emhusiasis. , —• ■ ■ — 

deviation from the set programs of foimer admin- ,*.*,* / • * 10 

l.vtration, changes in policies have been made, some in / *' 

direct conflict with those Instituted by the former _ Wf 

r^ad of pOV^mTO^nt. pi-odominanily a wint<*rish 

In West Geimany, for Instance. Indications are game, ihno Is a movo in 

that Chancellor Ludwig Eiliard is readying himself favor of ■ blank midwinter Tnu'ord Better I nderrtunding 

to take a completely different line with Erance than period, with ihe piaynng season 

that taken by Dr. Adenauer. extended imo llie warm iunny y „ J. 

In Britain the change Is even more noticeable. *i'<i early 

f’rime .Minister Douglas-Home has already publicly ■'"<* "'“j'’ 

announced that he is determined to change Britain's ^having a moipi'T^'*^ <*•>' 

nuclear role in NATO from the one advocated by mvird months A on ihe |ob of defesiding' 

the former prime minister. and knowing well that these canadlana of non Freneti ex -1 the fulle^ e 

These examples alone should make It clearly two major national sports, if traction •agaln.st being kicked Jo *'* * , 

evident that in the realm of practical international played at the same time, can I" dir shl"* ” ^ 

politics all of these governments are new and have "o' barm the cricketlm '^*.•^‘“^,,'^1^ ® ^nad 

? j ,• 1 1 _ boTviftlee liiggered by aotne strong decla low tjnaa 

>ettOclanfyJhoir^imsand pohres ln many area.S^ ^he," are only ao many made recently by a.a.atlallc. o, 

J f '* ■ ?* • *'’*''*!ii'U^ rHj* potential .sp.stator customers, young aepatatist Invited by the power to Ih 

d*^fendinc th#* West thoir pohci^^s will be baBed oftytn J ^ , a , . Mudt*nti of VIcioiAe irniversity The real i 


in .summt'r «nil what iatfr tin,' 
♦»vi*n through ^hi» entii** NNifiioi ; 
in -som#* plaui’S 1 dnn t knnw * 
But plainly enough auine 
gut tlH< NN«‘ath'T 

iM'iiods and oiiiei.s the loav- 
ingN. I 

In a aeiDve it i.< BuipiL>ing,* 


It u* e{l;;ing backNUsird to-| 
wards this pji‘(crutl siasonall 
pfiiod it tnakus its pie-j 

parations oiilier each fall, and 
1 .suppose if it came out boldly 
as a Slimmer sp<iit, ihci-ej 
would be aqueah of anguish 


Over in Hntain. I .see, where 
aoccer Ib often auhmerged in j 
‘wM and muddy fields, ainte it 
' ia pi edominantly a w'interish 








extended Into Ihe warm aiinnyi 

days of late apnng and early |m 

aummer. And much to the* X1.J. 

alaiTH of the cricketinf Inter ,_^ , 

eet«. hitherto having a o<her day iomeofie look i 

rwiK' these enxieil months ilefetldlng 


In Defence of Jean Baptiste 


By JKAN ARf'HA.MBAt)I.T 


Ottnun Ofpjeef 

Murryiiv^ 

Home 

' r.4 Kl( II \KII I \t hv(|\ 

< til'Hiisi <1I1 nv 4.« Hnrr'Ki 

of I -(nntvrrr > mriM- 


•«, ^ii4);c'.i*>n '^.tT 

I iifvu ’‘•'I'fi rt li'i’e 

* t.ul.ve .iful • I'a- N • i 

‘•u: I'Kes Ss.ittR' '.liary 

incr(M.«.e 'll was kept so ovn' 
ihji NNtirv! of it didn't lisik out 
iiriil -Ifi IkNUfs l>efore tlieN thrcNV 
i!ie OmMiUfn' »iea:nmller in’-i 
I ijH'iMiion aiivi bullikued dinoiui 
tlitSr 5 I*<.(kX)-pIu'v in itlintliU.; 
vii.'fkt f«>r :his r.t.liamcni ff 
M «> tia> '• » 

ThcN ve, i'oon a mi'e t.*HichNf, 
ttb». bUkj* all ihe iin-:\ mpathr* « 
i i.iik the e ha< h<'en ctinrerning 
cciiain of rhei:' mo* e » tsu.ij r d* 
1* aq:\ie^’ rather Indifferent ree- 
oid of anendanre and attentinn 

hi hiisiness, 

And lhe> \e been a little fittg- 
rty abiMii anvItodN fNen men- 
tit>ning all the rather large-Arala 
f\i»ense<-i»,nd lunketing sonie of 
Ihe more fiktiloivse haNf hi'cn 
ds>ing to fai'awa> placet. 


] IVihHjHs the nnkindesf eni of 
all has been tlie rather eritiral 

\ [ comment* of bt»rh tt>e I.ilNeral 
and CnnaeivatiNe whip* in »h# 
Common* -- the inayi men re- 
• . I isponsihle for the attendance tor 

lick fff it' in the House of th« 
J \ ^ 1'^. or public image of Parlia- 

• '■ men! when a* many a* 5.t of ih« 

X have been globe-tmtiing at 

\ the *ame time. 

quielly and with aorn# 
^ emharfa.*sment almoa! lika 

I hljinkaing teenager* roming 
I home late and trying to get in 
witlwut being aeen or heard — 

I a few of Ihe hornmhle mem- 
i ber* have bee^ arriving baric 
^jon Parliament Hill and their 
|Joh* from Junkets ahtnad. viell 
ahead of achedule. 

A.aide from Iheae faeU. nn» Among them haa been T.lovd 
es. let ^ Liberal MP for Caile* 


would admittedly be aomewhat 


knowtni well that these CanadUm* of r>on French *15 alubbom or have 


.should m«k^ it clearly Two miTo"T-t^7Jr tmctlon -against being kicked J« fet a lively Ir^ th. alivt In Can«la. "re^o^.'To “rto'^flil FreJII^a mlghl'not'l^ 

mems“«re“‘Jw'.nd‘K n^'bur'h'a'lVZ' liiTkem,", ^ZapSy I niJnT rantT'm’^Ve m^:; Toubl. of learning another -"Ing w.utd rale scree.y an. 


r hur'h' IVZ irker. r, ou7m.ru;;i-feT. Hi;„r wa'm .o“'.mZ; VheTr .roub.. of .e.n,.ng ano.h.r doing w.u,d rate scree,y an, 

^x-ofUce Canadians fhrow BC'• „„,uaie on anyone but them- first con more sttentlon than the 

•?here are only ao many made recently by g.-atlatk, ou, of llneT More saj.^/They are atmply real- •'riou.ly .he mher "f '"-V other 

potential .sp.ttator customers, young sepaiatist Invited by the power to them, I aay. (,!„* among other cnsldera- *“1“ ' Fin Mr Fi-ancts has hes-n In 

you see. even if In toial they ^udents of Vklo.^ University The real moral In this whole ttons that there are 31 coun- the Commons mile mojTthsn 


-w. ..... r.. . — - you a^v 11 in lOiai l ncy ^ ma wi , IV sxe« wm s.>aa« a I IIV 11^1 iilWI •! ill tiiii* WIIOI^ BitaitB iiiMt iiit'ir ■ir vsetaai* , " j w »♦» rVwTtm/wxa lif t Ia m/sM than 

even grealcr decree nf co-operation and mutual under- numher'lulo the millions f<a 'be expres.sed purpose of question Is Ihst If there Is any tries In Ihe world with ■ total t-«nguagea are supposed to he me t^nwts mile more tnsn 
......... .... * links of commuidcaljona. not ■* monina. 


Standing than has hitherto been the fa.se. 

Needed Improvement 


T he PL 

of V 


I The same problem face.s out slating his views. thought of begrudging the pro- population of l.'iO million, ""ks ol rommunlrauona. not 

I door apectaior sports In Can 1 certainly have no ob)ec- vinrial shares of welfsir pay-where French Is used offi barriers. kind er reisnn * e * 

Jdi. which cannot compete to 'Ion '« anyone aiming his fire menu. It should not obviously elally. The delegations of 3li to "rham up 

gelher without «-vere levs of at separatlsl.s. although I be generated in our area. rountrles use It at Ihe United J> drtrrmlne,lly avoid teaming ^ ^ ^ 

revenues, to one or the other, undei stand that on the occa- Tlie seioiid point I would Nations smre it ti on# of the t'>b ‘•""'P"'- freshman rlsss that t>e did 

albeit It would be more com- sio" 1" question th* aiudenls nk* to make concerns the off Ida I languages of the UN no'» " he is affoidrt a resson- 


HE PLANS made public Wednesday for renovation tortable for the audlencea. As wei* up to the chatleng* of often heal'd statements that You are. of roura*. aware of opportunity to do so 


the "ImpoKsthle" in last April's 


...so iiiousT iniuiis. .ui ..r.oi.v.., rol'taoie lor tne auoiences. as wn* up lu me ... oiien iieaio siaiemenis inai inu are. oi rours*. aware m -. - -- winning the rock-rlh. 

ictoria's police station and Jail and pro- lar at Vancouver la ooncem.-d 'heir guest. I do object, how Canadians outside yuehec are the fa. t that p'rench and Fng 'J »m some conservative aeai of Car* 


VLMOn of A new maglatrate's court adjoining the main however, it must b* admtued. ever, to Indtscrlmi^te croaa itubboinly determined that If llsh are Ihe official languages hM.Ien.iV.Sf l^"n trr the laherats for tho 

building are such as to invite atrong aupport from Ipeclalor comfort doesn't aeem lire at rauadiens In general a tongue la to be ar of NATO. Far from me to be »m * •'> l ngualism In ,mce ronferteistlon. 

ralec^vprs when the monev hvlaw for this work Is "''Ifh heavily with B.C. After all, one must keep In ouired. It will be of their own llltle any language, but a "re iiirv. nearly 97 vesrs. Carte, 

nut Sfnt-a them in the elvie^eleetinns in two week.* Lions aupporteis, who turn out' mind that 87 per cent of frpe choice.” Now come, survey carried out by an inter May I emphasize again my lonhadsentaTVsvtoParha. 
put Wme them n the I^ic ekwton* In two ,_nunoraWne to give their Kixmch speaking t^uebecersarau^hnny Canuck, who has been national organization has Initial point Please, for our ,mong them Prime Min- 

Not only will t^he rw^tnictiim and exteasion, If f.vorlte* an ama/Jng degree not separalUts. and if you In-i trying to impose what Ian- ahown that In 225 International'rmmtrv's sake, when attack ^ Macdonald 

approved, give the police department and court of monetary backing, all thlngalclude itie more ttian on* all-jgu.y, on whom In this conn-gatherings, the English tnd|lng separatists, let s not put gj,. Robert Braden and 
Offirlala a much more vvoi kable arrangement than oon.Wdeied Mon French Canadians outside i ,ry» piea.se check our his-Frem h languages were each lall Canadlrna on trial. In any Conservative strong men 

they have in tneir present cramped and nindovvn Although some kind of large- Quebec, the overwhelming ma- tory. Look at acboollng -sys- usnl officially at 205 meetings jca.se. Jumping from the P«r- «, ,;o„,go ivrew a™! Dick Bell 
aulTOUndings, opening the way to greater efficiency size plasilc bubble roofing. Jorlty of Canadleus have faith lems acros.s th* land and at Orman was uaed at 127 meef-ftlnilar to the general l.s alwava until auddenly, like a holt 
and greater public tXHlVOnicnce also, but with the howled Ilk* an umbrella, in our Confedeiallon, although, th* armed forces for a start. Ings. Spanlah at A5. Italian at a conlenlious inlelleefual leap Ih* blue, esme Llovd 

atlrtmev-peneml's hlessine the new accommodation would no doubt he welcomed admilletlly. many feel loma Tlie somewhat amazing fart 24 Russian at 10 meetings, etc. In any language. Fianris to lake It hv a margin 

Will permit the‘uasatLsfactoi7 existing court situation ^there w.«'her.>.ard changes are long «v^ --- - ,of l.l^ vole. In a total poU 

to he rectified. Court for all the Greater Vlctoiia **", that ebiewhere in Serttll nf Ptnhna |of B7.i2«, 

ww....aaaawv isdia^ Swssiewswei ev# iwsS.se- 4 Vs.-aw. ** 9 iUa. fmm fVidk ^ bfu^vt tHEt ewewtier# Itt ^ of X\\€ htatOT- OCrfHt Of rnnUHm i so Mr. FrunHt 

rnurtcipallfies laslead of being thiee miles from the the sporting area#of th* world,,|e«i ,s,M)<-ialion of our two na - was a wip Quite Important 

heart of Ihe city in Saanich, with resultant difficulties, of them also suffering ,i„nalities. the n.tlotial dlmate TVif „ « P gxKcscs '’ei-son, or Jimior giade to VIP 

Will become truly central to coaslderable civic Uie aUngx and arrows of win „ ubvlously somewhat cloudy, iVlOrC iVlO-SaClSi IVCllCS ivery Important Peiwon' - 

advantage. ler'a discontent, expenmenl. but I don t honestly bHIeve ,nd. of rourae. In line for 

It is perhaps a pity that the police station and »'• ««"* »" l" th l.s direction, mat my country la about to fly A STROIJ. containing the By PBOFKBBOB i tithe," 2t) day lamp* and the things. 

Jail, if not the building housing the new courtroom, >*' mme notwithstanding the doc za Jti.si to the 85lh Paalma IKiAFJ. YADIN remain, of a bronze baaln. * a a 

ahnuld adjoin the Centennial Victoria .Square now In *ben all outikxn-stadiums are of brmkmanahlp loudly haa been found at Masada, from .Masada I u * i * s * 

roulwe of devrlopmcnt. The onlv alternative however oY»urh*na'tZ P'"''*'* their full .ignificance In the L^welv'*" e^avlteli"* ■rl?e ^ 

a.e.aM Wvaa eaeisaa ^ 4 ^ 4 ex.. ewf «I • oa. • K^.-x. meiA n*tui«, j opiniofi, ttv itioHi Old S^a, wh^# tf^fUnt ^twiT Ivill 11 fTi 11 ict pc^ itt cnmfMPiely exi'avatM. Thf hr an assignment by Prim# 

y.uW he constriiclion O the« f«rthties eLewhere and a a a ;ocele,ate the held out agalnat the Roman hi-story of Ma^d. will not he p„ce at hrst thought to have Minister Pearvm to represent 

demolition of the stnirlurBlIy aound headquarters, a Meantime, soaking fields n,o,n,.nt of truth for the ex- maalei.s of Palextinc after bnowfi until they are unfolded, been a cellar now turns out to ttte government at the rom- 

aenieleas waste nf money that could uot be contem- have to be dried as best they j, f,* the moderate* Titus had desiroved their appears to be a document h,ve been a bathing pool, with monwealth Pailiamentarv Aw 

p'ated. And U-partly screened from the .square by a may bo, day by pio temple In Jenixak-m In All 70. 'teallng wirtt clortilng or uni- ,t,|ra down to It .The area anciation Tonference In Kuala 


heart of Ihe city in Saanich, with resultant difficulties, 
will become truly central to coasiderable civic 
advantage. 


wall as shown in Ihe plans, and becomingly painted, u it is any comfort to w<.r bp,„r national under ^.u, , ferma. neartty Is paved with mosaics. Lumpur, Maylasia 

the buildings should not unduly obtrude. In their new '‘*<1 Empire Stadium offulali activelv. s«K-ond non Hihlli-al si-mll in irea-sur* room has also The imol and the immediate .So Mr Francis parked hi* 

State in anv event they will be far lesa foreign to the "'V' ^ Under these lerma. I am pre , room'inside 'h- northw-.i'en. '*’* -'‘•-'‘•'I* ''*• corridor were covered with air tiavel hag and was off last 

what to know that at Wembley p,.,,! ,o on job of!r.*.,,en,ent wati of the fort I| l*xlillon a hoaid of 17 silver debris and ashes which fell O-t 22 . . . but not without 

'v' u!r'‘'.l7Lr’ll7'^ defething Jean Baptiste, the ,he mat Biblical scroll from '’’T "1' 'T VT'' _ 


ttat« in anv fvent they Hill be far losa foreign to lha ^ 

civic centre conrept than if left « they are. ^a^i^r rk-lh':::;:?:^ 

As an>W acquainted with ^ present accommo- .ocon-. dry l*' r.m-IlL;'"' “'.IJ •'•‘''■'h R-'olt. dating the 9fi0 defroding Zealo.. set It w«.snt that hedidn'f think 

datlon must grant, the propt^ improvement is a .ri.chmes have .Iw, hi-en rUm, Aue,. ^mpT M6 W* ^TO ad. th^ ™ 

vJl e‘vm-v‘’Z™fer who tak^'iirid! '"'7 re.uu.t.st ^ C^ot which cannotZ'In other paiU of Ure room ">« r-M.-men..rian. w„ 

affjmjfltne \ 0 te of evei*y taxpayer who takes pnda there, too. imh-ed «nd , be^^inning. I Nvould hk« pu,^ The »cnpt U identic-al W’ere b.' 4 kpt.* ftTid ^omBns ml Ust lUMmed the impoitiint 

In hts oity. * *, t ■ «nempt to Cleiii tN^XJ allega' with that of Ihe Dead .Se« weaporw, wvnal wxjree of ^ wa5 Ju.*| that he wfmder. 

j In the home of the lJon5. jKimeiime* made against jicrolL*. aiul .so w.ll be of great sphe, leal' atones used as cat.- "•* ^ whether hi.s first oWiga- 

ri'41 T 1_ J I Jean Bapiiste Tire llrst one vriue for liieir aludy aa well pull prolecviles. and fragments evidence of Uieir tragic Hon wasn t Jo his wswk a.s a 

■ V W V ■ I <kf In* niMVlm fnrtM C.f Y*a m anH _ .... ' ' ^ a .......a *4.^.. IZiA arw-tlz a»a*n»n fe\r haa ewsnar*l4ii. 


In hig city. 


The Stony Islands 


of the di.ecomfortN of I'am and 


conoerns Quebec* di*piopor- jn 


.BOXMggVAO 1 miKl, excepUng only that these j”'-*'--„f 

A 7KTORIA haa the assurante of it» parks commltlce flounder when siu-h aniics , ^ , 

V chairman that an effort will be made to find some might b* oaiamiious to the “ 

way of improving the appearance of the stofie-itrewn points score their score, it “ ^ 

Islands that have replac^ Ihe Fountain Circle round- doesn't matter how often their , . ,v • . . « 

■ ... _ ... T *f ■ •vamltiA lh» lataict Tim. 


as in Wst-lf. of sliirUL*- * Among more than 4(10 i«poke*insn for hi.* con*tfru. 

1 - ui . .. acale^ of aiTnm, 30 anxm* aod erwy In f1>e Common* and In 

* * * ! *" "'' *"**'*"’ '""''J"’* frafmenls oF crothing. we the csrunriIs of. government. 

. . . I ’*®ic»n* upon two skeletons. One * * * 

Lying In Bie same room rowsof ^iimns have beet, f,.| 

one of lha.e where Uie defen- ^ed. TYiei* are benches *11,^, , riiild. womed — out loud snl 


Islands that have replac^ Ihe Fountain Circle round- doesn't matter how often their .I, , . . « ders lived and fought for three 'round It u oi-ientaled towsi-dtL.^i;^^. ertmned with a Pr'"' ' 

atiout. once the new computer-controlled traffic Slgnala opponems might slide snd slip years against their besleger.s JeruMlem, and looks as If Itl^'of p|„,h a constiluenis ihe didn't knov* 

are operating properly. "'ey are hanging plywood ?" Z •• • ’y'-W"' » , plaits, in perfect con »*oor how many) might stsrt 

This Is enroiirairing hecatLse the islands look now sheets over the playing area " **^*t-/**'' P*P>rus. Latin here that we found a shard ,j,,|on gnimWmg that when they 

..«.m W k, ,h. kr,- .O.™ Th.y m., V »,n«l,ln. [oTJS.rgu'Zi'l,''iT'.’CS I aSZ';',„’r'r'; 

less than a di.saster in civic designing, but they are not ^ $im) million or about TO per i/rienn (.ountnen \ j^, in oitaw, rather than 

at all compatible with beautifinitlon measures else- quickly at naught If at kick-off Since the population of —————— ifarawav Kuala Lumpur 

where so .su«-es.sful. nor with Victoria's garden-city ,j„ p^^ens open, as they '■ *^110 province” is about 29 *•! *1 rf ^ ^ ^ But Mike Pearson had a.-k- 

reputation do frequently In Vancouver. P^'' whole popula-| X X cl e" him to go halfw-sy around 

The addition of potted ahruba to relieve Ihe deso- they tell me, and quickly re *•"* ‘hare of the baby x 

Jation of the.se foi+ridding patches has been suggested turn the Beld to the quagmire Monua doea npt atrlke me aa a NEW line of attack by By tlieir behalf until the confer- treiting, before he leh. ”yTni 

as one remedy. Perhaps it would not be partk^arly from which at much 00*1 and being very much out of line. £\ Afrirwn onursrles against Hperlal OF>'9 I'orrespnnrtenI enc* In May. don't Hghtly tell s pnme min- 

expensive as an experiment. Yet aurelv there la a labor 11 haa been so devotedly J" •'’y '^•re. if thla matter .qoulh Africa la taWng shape. from Kampala , * * * isler that no, you don't want 

better wav to restore an attractive countenance to this rescued. ®f «'e y»«ri ths Imer- 1 .--torv wtil thsn have'i’ "# a.ka of 

Important Intersection, with a guarantee of satis- Wy <»<' tf'y P^y football ^ *' i,s^ i'e«Z "s* , w ... 

4 In the drab davi I wonder? further, It would bt found that niecf* To reNiew woiid*vkl« munJcwnona boycott of their neiegaie. i aanoa n It wrtan t long, etrher. hefor# 

* u «^4 Kdk s. •a.gb« Th# anjfwer muat he to develop Quebec a ahare of old age pen post a 1 •nwngemenia and own. and ln>nte Individual •'ready drafted hi* Common* office rmild 

Unuid it not he refre^lng r^iZ.!? he-'tien playera and ahivering »‘®'- I" ""'y »>» «>7 2' aree* "P"" *ny desirable countries to Join in. .*“'^"7 h*''® Wm that hi. pnhtirel 

Hwld have tn be«r the small c^t, tpenator* But I wWi Van- I>^*' of ff change*, 'l^he panicJpaoi* then when the confeience end* ^ ^ ln*tincia were right that hi# 

K dty hgll were TO Admit Il mitde an error, .stop nd- louver well on thi* fateful day. combine both old «ge pen*ion* Wnd thero*e(Ne* to c^ei^w ,1^ v-ear ag/eemenr expert him to 

dlinic tryin? to gild a botch, cart away the JittJe nolwithalanding Mav the rain ■"<* family allowance*. Qiie *uct^ new •gieement* ff>r the vnll be diawn up In a nerip* ^ k- a ^ Parliament 

Itoulder* and install gra**’ pAtter if they'must, but P**r of next nve year*. The next con- of attjcle*. The paiiMpating , hfm-e\-er. oe ...mriut 

- — gently like. In compa.vlon. received by the prov- fereiue opens In Vienna next cx>un!iie*'wiU tignifv wfhethfr unjlater- Kuala 

- -- Ince*. A* a matter of fact, ail May. and African nation* n^o t Jv uiII abide bv all tV mV- ‘ Lumpur. 

HnnMtrH TilhitM ep* j t province* did better than are member* are beiiexed to iuL.« or whether there aie **^*^^'^*''^'”**|^J*** acreemm' a a # 

- Today m 1;: kT* He hn hsm intrevi^suod. 

Some Day | History SETr”” 

tion. kjjctei SUIT lonuri^ mt .s^kir, I' J;."/.k,‘.ik'.Erei'r-xvs™;;,."' x'";''VnE'’e•'J;;. r-”-"", 

Xa HOUld Ukg to diPfCt g QUWtlOn to th® pnni® rrrinlenaf died 2ta vear* aeo nadian . DODUlatton. collected could be sent to or received .l. i. ^ Mkriy, therefor#, tha 


tiu -u "'7 and brneah hree Install ng P«P>" •" extremely rare, and witt. th* Itmrtpt.on 'PiieiMly 

Ilka nothiME more than framed secUon. of a mountain p,,j - — - -----i- 

atraam bed in the dry season. They may be something ‘7n'7^’® lowxnres. QuZc'. -rare w..' 

lesa than a di.«astcr in civic dcidgning, but they are not 1 , ^ $150 million or about TO per \frieon (.ounlrien 

at all compatible with beautifinitlon measures else- quickly at naught If at kick-off Since the population of ————— 

where so .su«-es.sful. nor with Victoria's garden-city ,j„ heavens open. a.s they '■ trelle province” is about 29 t>*-gK*wn *•! rf « 

reputation do frequently In Vancouver. P'r c*"' of th* whole popula-1 X ICpil 111111 U 

The addition of potted shrub* to relieve the deso- they tell me, and quickly re "o"- **”■ “P*™ “f the babv x ct 

Jation of the.se foi+tidding patches has been suggested turn the Beld to the quagmire ^o' 
as one remedy. Perhaps it would not be parti^arly from which at much cost and 


Important intersection, with a guarantee of satis¬ 
faction 

Wntiid it not he refreshing, and welcome even to 


Hannard Tilhil§ 


Some Day 


Today In 
History 


igmfy w^thre '7 I"’ X*-!* 

bv ^11 The «7 ‘ bres'-re <•< rx. [^umpur. 

. i>ring inloiTJatJOfuI ■grrrmrn' ^ ^ ^ 

hrr thrrr ai^ . ? * • * 


rON. Michael Starr (Ontario!; Mr. Speaker, I 


By The Canadian Presa cn a peirenug* ha.ws B.C. If the cwiferenc* agreed, no their apphcalion of the 7” * 
Louis da Biisde. Onmte dr wtth only 9 per rent of the t'a- mall, cable or phone call agreement. Alnoa 


.11 would like to direct a question to the prime ymnlenac died 2»3 years ago nadian population, collected could be sent to or recesved Tinganv ika Is already a mem- P *' hkely, therelnr#, tha h." 

minlfter. Is he now In a position to announce the today — in inas during hls ll per cent of the comtaned from .South Ahhca fn any par i,** „f rh* Postal I nesv aiwi ' ***'* **** ^ h.rtn-t 

10.000 scholarships of $1,000 each that were promised second term a. governor of family allowances and old age Uciputlng country, Ugamta ha. applml ,0 l«',mie * T**!! »iaZ 7l home\o work as MP 

during Ihe election campaign? 'ew France. He w., .ent m pensio™, paid across the coun * * * ^ 17^71111"',^'''’uTT'' " foi^Catletun. FoT-wfier all,'ha 

Right Hon. L. B. Pearson (Prime Minister): No, Quebec first in 16,2 and rc ahed try We did particularly well It Is doublfiri w+iether the4r apply as soon as she become* 7'Il! HAD mi<wed some rather Im- 

Mr. Shaker, not-on orden. of the day. » >*"- '''"h Emn.enac m old age pension,* since B.C-s vxkce, wit! prevw.I. but th. iZUten, A, the las, confer- Imem^il W'"' TnH for^lrt 

Mr. .Starr: As a supplementary question, will the TXv Rre.ll^7''m per'cent of the uTZanToui 7h*[Cl.T", ?' 'T* n re, *-«! hive expired and all S". dropping everything h. 

prime minister be in a poaition to announce them hertefealZ^^them. re-mitnc. ' * * * " ee ►.**• Afne« terrls-ne- '**'’*d..7'' home ard Parlta. 


prime minuter be in a position to annqunc. them , rijIiZdefre^H^be;;^^:;;; e ' V ™ t- Afne« .ems.rte- 

at some other point in our proceeding. j France * acre**'to Lake Ov TWs evidently mean* that renteience was belrf and^al they become indepeodrer hot It independent snd In a 

Mr. Pearson: I hope to be m that postlion, Mr. ,ari«. m* west and th* (Ih.o'many senior nth-ensar,os* o„r though thrj mas fsfl to swing aorean that iheyTTre .Talent m 
Speaker, one day. I'*ll*y. ‘Und, wishing ,0 enjoy J.f, ,0 the who(* c«ifrecn». Btey Itl BnUun a aignalura atsnd on C—natvi 


Will he indapenriant and In a '"**‘ **11 ahaed of lime - 
pmstmn m imptemsM a enauiton '•’"'ned, hurried and wishiAg 

'he had never fstn# In the ftrit 
M»-sa tkean^v) 'piece. 













Sailu VCdloniBt Victori*. B.C., Tkun.. Not. 28, 1W3 5 


Quotable Quotes 

Iniltmlliin U rrrtalnly (h# “o\rr orir Hrad hodl^a." h» 
*lfi<<"r«‘»l fnnii of polltiral raii«o that iii^ana war.T^lf 
itMppratlon. — Harold MM- Alof UoiiKla* Hoin<t. 
fMtn. a a a 

a a a ThU a^-M-allad now tiioral- 

If I ran aay ao with ra- lt> la ton nfirn tha old 
apra t, atatraiiirn of tha world iiioralily nmdonad. — Lord 
ahoiild not tiaa worda Ilka shaw'rniaa. 


I't'i). thaia wiir ha chingaa In 
tiia rabinol. 

Kilt amoiii; tha top Kannadv 
a Immiati-ation officials. John¬ 
son i.a said to look u|)on with 
sjiccial favor are IVfanva Sav 
hroti iM s ixditiral powar. His rotary Robart MvNamara 
lovorasa IS not i-'implotoly Sairalaiy of Stala fioan Rusk, 
({ona. and Diiwtor of Canti3l Inlalli 

a a ..„a gonra John McConr amd Mo-' 

But tha fact romaias that (laorge Bundy, the late prasi 
iin the recoin- Johivson and tha Altornoy- dents special ■ a.s.sistant for 
mmdation of his brother. Thai fi^nonil have never b.'on elo.so national set'urity affairs, 
have a high recard for Robert and that there was lc.s.s than a a a 

Kennedy and feel a cenain hlind tiTJst in their relation The biggest change of all 
loyalty to him. ship. will be provided bv John.sons 

a a a Tl'n e.\peclation is that the style of operations 

It Ls Impossible to mea-suie, President witl a.sk Kennedy to He does not haie the brjl 
but Robert Kennedy Ls the and the re<|UMt wilt liance and personal chaiin of 

heir of at least some of his niore than routine. Kenhetly the late president, nor Ls he 

probably will remain. It Ls felt, quite a.s agile in .speech. It ls 
* * * IPa-'* fon " ft*"’ montlLs For sa,,! that Johnson could not 

one thine, he want.s very much tell a joke extemporaneously 
to see t hrough to_their com- if his life depended on it. 
plefion some of the ta.sks Rut he Ls a master of recon- 
begun by hLs brother. dilation and compromise, es 

Beginning probably early In .sential ingredients in pri^uc 
ing resulLs, and ha knows 
a a a C'ongre.ss and the entire federal 

establishment far better than 

B did his predecessor. 

It is said. In this regard, that 
no man in history has come to 
the presidency better prepared 
than Johnson. 

On paper at least, he should 
have greater aucceas in budg¬ 
ing Congreaa than did Ken 
nedy. 


Ri DAX in KRASUtXX 
from HasaiagiiHi 

There is a new man In Ihe 
XX'hile House, anil with him will 
come new men. In lime. 

It may not come for several the Tieinocratir nominating con- with the la.s 
weeks, but inforoied sources ex volition next August, Ihe ad- Kennedy Ji 
poet definite changes on the mini.stration in Washington will Spread thi 
White House staff and probable clearly bear the stamp of L.in- government 
changes in most of the cabinet don Baines Johnson. 

■ It Is in Ihe nature of thing- ' i 

one lop source observeii. "The The big 
President will want to keep some meni Is t 
Kennedy people. But he will also presideni's 
want his own people Ihe General Ro 
people he has known and trust- was him.se 
ed and with whom he has mense pow 
wsirked for many .leai-s " lears 

The expectation is that before Not all oi 


Ex^Presuieufs Brother to (,o? 


ROBKRT KKNNKDY 
• • . SUlJ [lOM n fUi 


Prohp.% for Wpokness in Johnson Policy 


moMlh.s. Now they may again 
test military reactions in their 
aecior. 


■.V JOHN ROORRK'K 
From Tokyo 

OommunLst China has 
tttrosirn down the gauntlek to 
President Lyndon B. Johnson. 

He faces the prospect of step¬ 
ped-up wurfare In .South Viet 
Nam and Laos and possibly V’iet Nams antl-Commumat 
new crises In Korea and Clam- forces. 

bodia. Ihe official Communist 

The Peking regime has organ Nhan Dsn; "Kennedy Is 
made clear it is determined to dead, but the people of tlM 
probe for any sign of U.S. un- World do not relax In their 
certainly or weakness in struggle agaanst U.S. Imperial- 
Asian poliev foilowing the '»tn *nd for national Indefiend 
death of President Kennedy. erwe, democracy and social 
* * * ism" 

The Chinese swiftly de- a a a 

nounced Johnson as a sup- To underline this threat, the 
porter of Kennedy’s "I'artous! Viet Cong guemllas mounted 
reactionary policies." This J Powerful attacks on rtrateglc 
has been followed by hostile : h*mleis In ihe souih. Healing 
appraisals of Johnson from' the young military regime 
North Viet Nam and the pro-' .some of the heaviest blows of 
Communi.st Pathet I.ao of, the war. 

Laos. In Laos, the Pathet Lao 


Asian Pupppts 
Art in Unison 


.Should Sihanouk call for 
Peking's help against a real 
or fancied incursion by Soiilb 
Viet .Nam or Thailand, John¬ 
son would he confronted with 
a situation in which a mis-step 
could lead to a miliUo' show¬ 
down with Red China. 

C4aoclite4 Pt^m) 


XVhile there ii great hope of 
better rapport between the 
White House and Congress, siith 
an improvement In legislative 
results. Democratic politieians 
are eoncerned about Johnson’s 
political magnetism "out 
around the rountry.” 

Kennedy. It Is said, built a 
great fnlimving. not only for 
him.self but also for the party. 
Johnson Is con-sidered no match 
tor him in public appearances. 

"Before a small group of 
about 20 people.” one source 
said. ''UxTidon Is the greatest 
speech-maker there Is. But be¬ 
fore a large crowd, he It Just 
not In Kennedy's clan. He 
dnesn’t have that kind of 
charm Yet. In hli quiet way. 
he wlU get things done.” 

Afutvlff Tlinrtt 


U't JiJ all the pondering to you need do no flounder^ 
ingl Whatever hi* age or hit mfereif, you ifri^ /uil lha 
right Chriitmat note »ilh our spoil thirti. 

The choice it handsomely varied, and our scoo 
itaff well equipped to astitt you 
in ma^mg the perfect choice from 


Johnson Bi" (Jueslion Mark 


Change Worries Europe 


The war in South Viet Nam "The I 
Is a prime proving ground for tinue 
China's tough revolutionary tion ir 
theories. North Viel .Nam. inflexi 
which diiTct.s and a.ssists stance 
Communi.st subversion in the shoiiW 
■outh. quickly announced the sions 
fighting wnould continue as it ter wh 
bad when Kennedy was direct nature 
Ing U.S. assistance to South mains 


(lanrt-r <.onlrov«*n«v 


I Hour Free Parking While Shopping a* 

755 YATES EV3-5 


Tobacco Industry 
Presents Its Case 


GREY CUP 

iiTELMACii 

SMALL CARS 


MAYFAIR CAMERAS 


Keystone Lucky Key Contest 


As you walk through the Mails at 
Mayfair, Miss Keystone will GIV^K YOU 
A KEY. Bring it to Mayfair Cameras, 
try it in the Lucky Lock. Y’ou may WIN 
A KEYSTONE 8-MM. CAMKRA — or 
one of the many valuable prizes! 


Contest in Effect 

THURSDAY 

FRIDAY 

SATURDAY 


• AnImaLs made to smoke 
have failed to develop lung 
cancer. Some other elements. 


• Better diagnostir tech- suen as vox.™ ... 

nique, and other medirsi ad-i with other factors, have pro 
V.nce* le«ling to kmger life un-| duced lung cancer In expert 
d<Mibiedly contribute to t h el mental aramair 
rs.ng incidence of lung cancer • Th*. Canadian In- 

- which occurs m..re frequently diistri has given ITW.onO o 
tit the over M ace group. ‘he N.il.o„al lancer Institute 

n i, i, for research during the past 

• The lielief. held by mine years, and that in.slitule 

ipntmti. ihat increased lung ft** about one- 

cancer mil' ip«uli from ihe de- third of this sum in spite of 
rime in mortality tmm other medical claims that lung can- 
hing diseases such as TB. and • national epidemic, 

that the disease limg earner • The industry i< leatly to 
often appear* at the site of old support any rescan^ which 

Ir'lines lo lung tissue caunetl may lead to a so^ion of the 

b> TB and other respiratory lung cancer and heart disease 
disease*. piT4>lems. 


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Mayfair 

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Nothing (.an Now Prevent 
Indej>en(Ienee-Kaiuula 

Copper-rich Northern Rho- Dr. Kaunda -said in an inte 

<l«ia win become Independent 'i"* at L^ka that even 

, , . _ __the new Bntiah governmei 

between July and September ^old back Norlhei 

next year, according to the pitodedan progress towards I 
local government mlnLxter and defvndence. "it’s a thing Ihi 
probable first prime mInLxter cannot do any longer.” 
Kenneth Kaunda. ii,««i«i SuMay Tinw*._ 


Yt»—You Can Buy ou Timo . . . OR—Just Say “Chargo It' 

* ITS GETTING LATE! Order PemoMl Photo Greeting Cards NOW- 
la color or Mack and white—by Mortifee Miinshaw. 


HAND IT TO THE MAN 
WHO KNOWS HIS ALE 


MAYFAIR CAMERAS 


Kenneth Kaunda. 


a brand new brew from O^Keefe 
for those who like a hearty all malt ale 

SAY OK FOR O'KEEFE 


BETTER INSURANCE BY FAR 
HOME. BUSINESS OR CAR 

• INSl RANGE IS OI R BI SINE.S.S— 
NOT A SIDELINE” 

HARBORD INSIRANCE LTD 

IHW YATUk ST. (Near Gov’t) KV'>-«< 


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'N’ewspaper Advertising Stimulates Buying 
















Batli] (Tiilantiil Viclorit, B.C., Thurt., Nov. 28,1963 


Toronto Industrials 


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prav'bxii bD«rd-k)t dntang axle. 


Markets 

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Lakeland pr ISO IlNS 19S 19'4 — S 

■.aura .Vc 77U 117 14S if ■ 

Lau Kin lu) ti 3 u\ 12 S 

Lau K 3© 33 U.'S 37 S 37 . -f S 


I Closing Stock Averages 

now jo\rs: Tono>To mo\7r»:ai : \axoi 

»i i.,du.tri.i, 711.00. off Ij! i; > i.«« .1 

"0 iuu» nosH oir 11 “ isi.vt. <iif .n i.i i tiiitiF<, _ iio.a. up i 

. fi I.M.IX. „|f .6!| 7 HiKk. ._i;7.1, off J» !« MIiimi 

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9 UpsItTii nil« 79>«i, up .67 9.7 ( oiniK>silps I?;t.9. off .1 '* 


l.> I ttliUra_IS6.I.7, off .:il 

«.') Slorka_t.W.)U, off .79 

!«!iares: fi.2l«.000. 


\ A>(t)l ll.R: 


Sharif: 3.0M.IMHI. 


.shares: liulls 179.000; mines 


a PilH‘linf‘11 
Salra: 


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NKW YORK .4AP»~Tbe sto.k, 
market recovered its equilib-i 


Today's Dollar 


L.^S. Probe Finds: 


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a. 1173 jn Ifl Marlt«ida A r:5 IX X X 

• ^S mm MB and PR 1321 124% .4S 7-s S 

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J?l fn U 13 MaA LP im 113 12 |3 — S 


At no time did the session ,7 

f^ar much of a resemblance to Fam' atariiiv . 
Tuesday's historic ufiward 

sun:e. 

Pnees dipi^ed soon after the \f 

ot>cnme hut slottty made the^^ lanc 


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sf)o!! IcD tlic avcra£;cs lover for 
the diiN, 

AKhou^h Wall Street had es- 
Ijected another busy day. ha<cd 
up«>n reawakened ln%estor inter- 


Vancouver 

Trading 


Little Man Aims High 


By HAKKV \<>| N<i 

iohMiisI Bii'Aina^NA. Kditor 


hi'Riruung Maivh 1. the total of im'e s first life injurarut* wm» 
new i>sisS>oni:er car niTLsira- i>an\. ha.s c-vnann^Hl in thrr« 


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for Thankagivinf and many on 
Wall Street wtU Uk« a foui^ 
day holiday. 


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WB Ins us us 4- s 700 shares. 
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banks were down on the day. 
Nma Scotia and Ttronto-Do- 


• % r»al ^ aitacne 

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^ ^ Walker Gooderham and Inter- rnijM omm 


Active Stocks 


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simll I tala wa Ma ppp Ml 40 anH AhimiBitifn 4A 

Shully'i lOa €25 425 4'J5 ^ *™ AHimmiufn 

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CM Gaa ftiQ 01% lift US— % UNOO Attaa Film 

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prT*^|an ]4g 245^ —l'* One pOlIlf tfj BHd Ou 

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fihST* ^ 48 8 !s 8 s Ss - s Hayes Steel was ahead ! 


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t<ili>nii.l Bii.ine.. Kdiliir "'■« p.i»."<t’nKiT cjr ri KLNtrd- pan>. ha.s expanflivl in thrr* 
lioiia ha.', l■i.>cn l.> piT ivii; y».ars to i-ti a;;cinif<. in tli# 
A U..S. uiquii> Into the ly[ic phoviiiri.s of BC., Alhoita, Sa-v 

of stoi'KS held bj (he • Ill'll 38.053. while new com katchewan and Onlano. Head, 

ins’cstor Jias come up with lejfi-atrattons aie up 14 ing its new Victoiia office la 


five shares oX esiabtiahed cufn 


a year ago. 

* * A 

THRrr >in.i.s boi ght 


lum eailier this year alter 11 
years’ aeiwic# In the RCM. 

A A * 


he smalftovestor buys the hot t-»n«diAn Foresr Products, 

tocki which frequently ride the Alununium Lto. hai rotv 

he •■roUer<oBst^' There are r™*P Britain i^ted to take 20 P;-.^ 

mall apeculatora wrho ui* the “» P“'l» P^per the output ol a » 

xchanges for gainhllnE. but *" 

he VS. Inquiry baa found >'« T 

them to be to the minority. Hnns to the Peace ~mp e„on to 1967 l«|^r 

What stocks does the •Uttle Alum num^lney ofF^a 

man " prefer’ •* ^ Prentice, pre.sidem of a™* (-omaloftof Auatnta will 

He bkea the Ug uUlitie. - “V* *" of purrtase ahimina 1^ 

telephone, ga. and power; or ^ "** P*“*- A'"™"*.**.* 


(tipfnlcals, and. of course, auto- 
mobilps. 

In other days it was always 


and Junction Ml« Ltd. haw main ingpedient of the refined 
txen purchased. aluminum. 

Lumber pruduction of the 


statments. appear to he up; 
grading the tovesthng habits of 
the anuller Investor. 

AAA 
BIG JL'MP IN ( ARS 


Merger Plan 


CALGARY iCPl—Two 


likely to get hli fingers badly i “id »hf deal F 

burned. was not directly related to the' CALGARY iCP) _Two 

Schemes auch as those span Polp^iH at Prince George, for ghareholdera of Northwest 
sored by the Vancouver Stock ■ "T**** * deeWon to proceed Nitrochemlcala Ltd. ol Medi- 
Exchange, which allows the.'*7?* *’*'*tnjctlon ha.a been re- gj.., have itarted action 
purchase of shares to the:*'"’’"’®* U** interested Alberta Supreme Court to 

better.ctaas companies by to- |crush a bid for complete take- 

statments. appear to be up; . * * * over ol the fertllizer-manulac- 

grading the investing habits of OPERATES turing company by Its parent 

the snuller Investor. Aa part of the gowrnment in-, firm. 

AAA centive plan to encourage exinrt! The shareholders. John E. 

BIG JL'MP IN CARS of automobile parti, Volvo iCan- Long of Edmonton and Milton 

Regtsintions for 5,778 new f'*'*- h«s ordered $ 100 . 000 |H. Suplet of Calgary, were 


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IH 8 ftS #%—% MiSBrimta 


- 5 Won'S 'll M iS* ai'S BU- 5 '‘»i' i*"* fraded 451,000 jle. F» r|' ni 

uT* “ 5 TTS * }K n’Tq ??.. Ss . S ^TeT • 1 

■ t a A Tr Ca PL KH. Bilk 1H4 11A — A fO 30 cenl.i. iBeahmm ^ 

’ <• j™*“;PL •Sh “.5 5i o;* " 

IM M I TuraMi 800 81% 11% 11% iwftitem oili. Canada Southern Wvitwaroa a 4 cb 

'5a ♦'a v! ^ i?S BOA >A JTA 'petroleum jumped 40 cents to - 



470 ti% 8 % •% «Mi CMamfX/rt 

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I TuikMI sun niA ha ha iwestern oils. Canada Southern wocwma. a roo 

♦ A S aS hS BOA >A mt ‘ Petroleum jumped 40 cents to- 

s: S! s 58 ^ 1 ! “ J”''’™' rp . -no;;, vo,. *idto their lutementof 

"^a vir G ft ^ as 85 % 11 % 12 % ' I OFOUiO 1 Ills Hnotner record high ^ ^ ^ tlat a Dra©Dix:tua isau< 

♦ s waikrn 1 M 6 isi% 0 0 — % \ fIriff/iC ^ vl.vfUl.v \«rJ13 1)42 been eatablished in the ♦ * ♦ _ £ P'v 

% wmi la© a ft© 78 71 71 —1 \VlliUlPS Drigni nf _ - ____ . BIG RID I'XIR HEAT Conwnercial Solvents mift 

-'irHil aiilil iiS hTl rtiehlJr •-^.■r‘3:T5“:r»lv.*ucl..^th.p.x,vU a Wd of «5.000 h.s been ten. 

I WMB A AM tUA IS ISA I **7^11,,,7’*'**^ *'*!!!![' ^ SS m BA -STS ®2®'‘*** <*>• wd of OctoheT,; dered for a vacant seat on the ^ = rw.— .f UeiMetna 

‘^«»'*iB'* 7 ay*r ^ r 7 ^***V*.^ gsiity a pr aM B 3 A BA 3 SA up 35,508 from a year ngo. Vancouver Stax-k Exchange. The'. Northwest 

S ' IS T.'"?:-?:-. """""" “““ ■'■CS'i.s'S:”^ 

2 « •‘m .B Lines H. S"ph, inS J*bI'* *•' ^ * * w Ukan shortly to reques 

Trading was arttve. Indus- § E^^aa iwa S la la LIFE FIRM GROM'S epurt to aet aside the ordi 

International Nickel was the f » iS S ii H i VFl ttlU 

sole gainer in senior base met-t 5S3 tS ”s nl Aif 1 n ^ MOLSON BREWER] 

als addins W ^ ='* " ” VzArKPl^ Vancouver, which started , laalwrn 

aia. adding c ou Ld. xnin lai in + ITZCllfkCliS in toco .. tu-LIMITED 


BA IT WAllumbla diBlng October. 1963 SA'dm. ,halting toe exchange of North- 

This represented a gain of' Volvo reernUy aet up m •■e.w“t ahyea for pre mitd 
1.282 more passenger cars than!««"''» P‘«"' « Dnrihmouth. [^‘res m Commercial Solventa 
aoA »A BA in "“me m«ith of 1962 and * "umber ol Corp of New York, unto too 

- .an additional 377 commercials.P®''» b«‘n* ‘**"1’..wi Mr qt.elr. 

The motor vehicle branch ••'’'"•d •<» Canadian-built Vol- ^"8 ■"** Staples 

y \J11S hM been «Ubli^ to * * a ‘'“f • prospectus issued by 

«.• n.-nh.r ^ ____ BIG RID TOB BEAT Commercial Solvents miarepre- 


Toronto Mines 


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II Aiiir.ina HB Ml tr> it* * It Uontraal '4 earh. 
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A bid of $15,000 has been ten- N^^-thwest 

T* ‘'"Jill! T S. Potter of Medlrtna Hat 
I^verstwl, ^chmge. The' .^dent of Northwest. MUd 

tMn*~ •' -apiaxninate steps will ba 

Itakan shortly to request tha 
* ODurt to aet asMe the order." 


$13,500. 

♦ ♦ a 

ura FIK.'H GROWS 
SeBboard Life Insurance Co. 
of Vancouver, which started 
operations in 1960 as toe prov- 


MOLSON BREWERIES 
LIMITED 


mainly lirm prices ttirough the 
early trading, some Irregular¬ 
ity Tvas noted at the etoae. 


Steep Rock 


I domestic feed rcquiremcnis 
land gained Ua strength from 
the steadiness ol earn pricea at X-/C*ttlfll4 
Chicago aa well as a trade re- 

“ eavr-x eA y-v w a -Aa 


nadlan oats ta the continent. 


Trend h Ltnrer 1 

VANCOUVER—Prices biclined' 
eaiier all across the bo4uxi, but 


Dividends 

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Fothcringham, president of 
Steep Rock Iron Mines Ltd., 


prucpsa to upgrade Iron before 


He said a complete plant 
would cost about $2,000,000 
and would be built at the com- 


* ! ’ I* changei were slight. 

s * __ m 


'©ft©. imk I; rao^ Dtr. S; xd mOftt Of Itift time. 


tal coftU and opciational co©ti Winnipeg has been fleeted a 

CHICAGO (API — Soybean I®* **'“ plant amuld be roughly of Molson ^^ariea 

, . "-*TV , f’ L half those of Caland Ore Cn Limited and its aubsiduiary, 

(uiuraa alid Into moderate “ Western Bieweriea 

kxuea after having held Ann! ^al^ announced last Llniited. Mr. Curry is Preal- 
akwig totb other commodittei • ** proposed building of xhe 5k>verclgn Lite At- 

most of the time. i“ JlS.OOO.OOO plant at Its open- surance Company of Canada 


Bethlehem was 6.45, Western D w 4 _ _ ' Dcdlna ran to about a cent $*** adjacent to Steep and Peter D. Curry A Co. Ltd., 

3.80, Grandue 4.06 and Endako 8 0^535.^1*5? JlSSi >S*TS,on seUlng which brokers d« Th® company, wholly and a dir^or df Can^ian In- 


0 % 4 s 4.10 to keep B.C mining leaders m jun 71 

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In transactions;^—~ 
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Canadian companies. 


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, NEW YORK (API — Am«r4 OanaM 
can security and commodity ca- 

^ changes and banks arlll be - 

closed today, ttianksglving day F—« 

*«!«» in the U.S. 

J -" ;• Foreign exchanges will main- *' »»«««»- 
310', MA tain normal trading operaUoaa. cHJl s 

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Rodeo Draws 
In Toronto 


Campbells Top 
Baldwin Rink 


TimO.NTl) U'I>> -- It ma> son of Luc'as MfCakn In TV'i 
iii not b« the Cal-jOi V Stamped.'. RidiTTuac spiles. 

^ but Toronto* own rodoo^^oi The rireu* part features 
^ off to a hish-kifkins rart in Buddy Hea'on and his buffalo. 

; . the doMTitonTi hCK'key em- (Irunter. Jay Sisler and hl*| 
t,J porium. Maple Leaf Cardens, hound dogs, Jimmy Murphy 
IX A crowd of 4.000 was^ itid- and his Roman riding, and a 
J.* pall'd Sunday for the first ses- buckskin type named Monty 
Sion of the Canadian Cham-, Montana, who swing* ropes, 
plonshlp Rodeo, as. the caw- Pure huckster stuff or not, 
^ b<>y^u^d<wwgirl show Is being Torontonians ate it up and 
m billed, but more than 14.000 figure to continue to do so 
-?!* .diowed up to launch the af- until the show ends Friday 
ill fair. Another big audience was night 

jJJ on hand Monday. On the legitimate aide the 

114 Dirt coveri-d the floor of the rodeo offers 113,000 in prii* 
'■' Gardens and fw what the money lor approved rodeo 
budding lacked in wide^ipen functions such as bareback 
westeiTi flavor, it soon made bronc riding, saddle bione rtd- 
liJ **P *b spu^. But the dudes mg, call roping, bull nding 


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VAN'OOUl'ER — The B.C. 
Coast Figure .'tksUng Cham¬ 
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with one more medal going to 
Victoria Figure Skating Club. 
Diane Murdock finiahed 
ladles' 


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third In the senior 
singles, behind upset winner 
Cynthia Tilrombe snd favored 
Lindsay Cowan, both of Van¬ 
couver. 


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I Baily (Colontflt Victoria, I.C., Than., Nar. 28, IMS 


By JIM TANG didn't think I d brat out Kapp.** run. no-pas^ quariri back, he crs, 

\'Avr*mTVT^R_Tn tho But though Jackson was sur- sparkixi Kidoi's with brilliani trcMor 

vAISCaJUVJ:^ prised, the voting wont just running of the option play, 

SUrpns6 of haruiy ai^onc, mj expected, backing up and thii year turned Into a 

Rus 3 Jackson inade Cana- tumors that the rasiom writ lop-flighr passer 
(Man football history yes- soj )i^y to'hind stratkc.y .>io\k 

terday by being named Jarkson'anJTTlW ^cstom writ . ''Its not that I rou'.ilnt 
winner of two of the three eis split betwM>n Jackson and throw as well hofoie." hf in- 
annual fkihenlev awards. Kapp. -isted. "\Vp jcs*. wcivn't a 

The Canadian" quarterback .M.ATII TKA< IIKK passing cluh in other >cais. 

.with Ottawa Rough Riders Jackson, a pleasant. 27 year- 

was aelei'led as the out.stand- old mathematics tractuT wim I’ air dei idcd to put more cm 
Ing player in the Canadian turned down a Rhodes schotar- 
Foothall la'ague (or 196.3 and ship nominatiun to play pro 
also a.s the oul.standing Cana football, was named outstand 
dian in the game in a poll of Ing Canadian once before, in 
football writeta and broadca.st- his sophomoie season of l‘Jj!< 
ers. 1 Always considered a good 

■EST IJNE.MA.V * * * 

Tom Brown, linebacker with 

B.C. Lions, waa lelectrd Can- , , 

ada'i top lineman, beating out 
Hamilton Tiger-Cats' Angelo 
Mosca In the 

Jackson, first Canadian to 
win the outstanding player 
award and the first double win- 


rrd I got the good pin- the Jtiyeai old strong man tha 
that ga\e me the bulwark of the l.ioti delciue 
0 get the pass away ” and the leader Of the club s 
. fiist Lion ever to defensive •Headhuiiters." 
tlonal awaixl, was run- ‘"Ude luits 

, Navy's Joe Belirto for-5®;"'“''"- 
award in C.ii!. tsUlege defensive signals. 

in 19B0. and tum^ *> f""' *"’* 

■fers firun both the ®‘’“’ » S>»''.i 

high bar e.\|)ert. 

l;ut this yeai rmich Kiank .\KL and AKL to join Lions. In addition-lo trophies, Jack- 

For the past two years he son will reieive Canada Sav 
pliiisis on Ihe pass, partially has been named the west s lop ings Ronds totalling 5,3 .'inil an.I 
bec.ias- we had bigger lec-iv lineman, and his coaches call Brown will get a W.-'rOO bond. 


Love Those Leos 
\Roar 1,500 Fans 


i VANCOl'VKR - B C. Lions 
may be .slight underdogs for 
.Satunlay's Cney Cup game 
again.si Ilamiltun Tiger-Cats, 
but you'll never convince their 
fan.s. 

A ciowtl of T.'IOO Lion root 
ers stomped and whistled and 
cheered their club at a pep 
rally hoie last night. Aulp 
graph hunters never had it .so 
good, and the Lions were intrp 
duced Individually to thunder¬ 
ous applau.se. 

Biggest hand was given to 
quarterback Joe Kapp, half- 


ba<9c Willie Fleming and. come back the Tiger-Cats 
strangely enough, to end Jero'' "after they win the Grey Cup." 
Janes, the man tliey roasted' Two years ago It made tha 
aflei he dropped three (ia.sses game plans, the Ti Cals lost to 
anil rumbled once in a piavoir Winnipeg Blue Bombers, and 
g a m e w 1 1 h Sa.skatchewan ,),* city was left with 40 apecl- 
Roughiideis. ally engraved civic rings and 

After Saturday you U he po one loVear them, 
just a.s proud ci this group Last year Hamilton made no 
.“in ".r- P**'’*- l»»t f" Wln- 

1 ? "" T "‘P'K Thh- '•'•r ""“-I*!* 

he led hts LJona away from ^. 
their final public appearance ^ ' 

befora game lime. * a * 

TAKE RKFFOK K a s t e r n oddsmakers give 

Today they take refuge In • slight edge, but west- 

a motor hotel and venture out hookies are favoring Mam- 
I only for practice at Callister •" *he early line. 

I Park and film and .strategy 
sessions at Empire Stadium. 

Meanwhile, work crews 
struggled to get the stadium' 
field dried out by Saturday,! 
but despite gigantic Hawing | 
machines, tarpaulins and' 
everything else they rouldi 
think of they seemed to be' 
making little progreaa. 

Forecast still oalla for at 
least one rainy period during 
the game, and for a muddy 


MORE SPORT 
PAGES 7, 9 


ner, was selected over Lions' 
Joe Kapp as outstanding play¬ 
er and over Dale West of Sas¬ 
katchewan Roughriders as top 
Canadian. 

RF-SI LTS LEAKED 
Th« results. officiaUy an¬ 
nounced yesterday, had leaked 
outTuesday night, but Jackson 
didn't know for sure untU yes¬ 
terday and appeared amazed at 
hia double win. 

"Iff tha biggest thrill of 
foolbaU for me," he said, "and 
rertalnly the one I'll remember 
longest. I'm Juit amazed . . . 
astonished . . . dumbfounded 
. ,. use any words you like, I 
Just didn't expert IL 
TWO SURPRISES 
"Flrtt of all I thought Gar 
ney Henley of Hamilton would 


OTTAWA'S RUSS JACKSON 
... with Schnniey Trophy 


TOM BROWN 
. . . keyIjon 


Packers Desperate 
In Detroit Clash 


FAN FARE 


their annual Thanksgiving Day 
game. 

The Pai kers, faltering In their 
drive for a fourth straight West¬ 
ern Division and third straight 
National Football t-eague cham¬ 
pionship. trail the Bears by one- 
bait game with three games 
left. 

The Parkers, whose only two 
defeats have been at the hands 
of the Bears, will have quarter- 
h.vck Bart Starr back In top 
shape and no leiiout Injuries. 
Two star Detroit defensive 
hacks, Yale Lary and Night 
Train Lane^ are hurt but have 
been running in practice and 
may play. 


Lleutenanl-Governnr George 
Pearkes has accepted an Invita¬ 
tion lo take the salute at the 
Grey Cup parade, replacing 
Prime Mlnlater Lester Pearson, 
who will be unaUe to attend 
the game. 


B*1VE rO» DISTANCE 


The city of Hamilton Is plan¬ 
ning a civic reception to wel 


On drives, wkot you wont is dis¬ 
tance. 

Sinca bockspin cuts down on dis¬ 
tance, the thing to do is eliminole 
bockspin. 


Varsity Girls 
Beat Rebels 


Three televised U.S. football 
games will lie seen here today. 

Green Ba.v Parkers and De¬ 
troit Lions of the National Foot¬ 
ball liCague play their annual 
Thanksgiving Day game on 
Channels 7 and 12 starting at 
9 a m. 

I'nlrealen Te.xas faces Texas 
A and M on Cbannela 7 and 12 
starting at 12 not>n. and Kansas 
City Chiefs and Denver Broncos 
of Ihe American Football I-eague 
play at 12 10 p.m. on Channel 4. 


Marilyn Rice .scored 19 
points and Mary Pearson add¬ 
ed 14 last night as Vletoria 
University trounced Metro- 
politan Rebels. 64-15, In junior 
women’s ba.skethall at Mount 
View gym tost night. 

rnl%wiily M*ry Pitvsn 14. MRriJkfi 
ItifT U. Sylvia OunpliHl T Mavii Plih- 
Mch T. Ka4ly 7. B#rM4'<» OlimM- 
haoa • Diam WiImi I ?lan EJiMt X 
lVMal-44. 

Rphala -HHan Palninn 1 HwHi Rut# 1. 

Hyw I. OMrlitfra FvtmI 1 
Virld Wmiania 1 T««aJ <%. 


RiU con b«tt b« 4on« by Dloy!n9 
tK« boll foowordg 01 thown ('!)• In 
lbitpMi7ton« fbocIwbboodm^tTCon* 
foot ol tbo lowvft point of ih twip 9 
ore (^2) ond iwtl oft it Kortft iti vp* 


Touchy 

Football 


CINCINNATI (API -Qncinnatl "And we've giK guys who 
Reds sold veteran third base-'„n what he throws " 

man Gene Freese In Pill.sburgh 
Pirates Wednesday for cash and CATtytERS 

a minor league player lo be Bnurke was referring In end 
delivered later. Gary Williams, who caught 

The amount of rash was not passes for nine of his 10 touch- 
disclosed but it wa.s descrilted as downs, and Leigh Jeffs, a 
•■subalanlial. " flanker whr. grabbed seven 

In Pittsburgh, geneisl man- touchdown passes. 

■ger .loe L Brown of Ihe Pirates Rfdmen also have what 
•aid it waa Ihe largest amount Bourke terma a "good" running 
of money Ihe cluh has paid for game, built around halfback 
a player "since I've been in Ijirry Biggs, who scored nine 
PHlsburgh — a,little over eight touchdowns this season, 
years." Brown also declined to JJons arrive today, and rap- 
disclose the amount. -tains of both cluha will be guests 


KINGB POINT. N.Y, 
(API — (ill laiOana. plays 
quarterback for the Mer¬ 
chant .Marine Acadeniy fnol- 
hall team. He Inoh hie hell 
along nn a rnilse this sum¬ 
mer around Ihe world and 
played catch with somebody 
In most of Ihe major porta, 
except In India. 

"How come?" Ihe cadet 
aeked Ihe fellow la charge of 
longahoremm. 

“Sorry, •altlb.'' Ihe man 
shrugg^. "We all Moalema. 
No lourh pigskin." 


Mercs Upset 
Leading Club 


t fo{<f fofwor^. Hny 
boll 08 $Howi> (^3), ond you'll 
wind up witH o low drivo wbicH W 
> f!n« on 9 windy doy» but not on 009 
^ of your colm oftornoom* 


4 CougRTt. Wllaen iBuir, Andarwa) 
14:14. 

PprMiU> KpIIpU <Cai 1 11. 

Toiin pRWfin 

ft—Cnugan. Bi>wi TGrpgnim I 44. 
ft-TavalWn, KiihPT fpptiingtr' 

7 Coujwi, fthrrwond iRul«, WtlMfi) 
14 00 

ft—CfRi^ri. Wllann II OR 
»-CavaJlvn. Van inWipri 11.41. 
ppfwJiy: ratUngar (Cti t 12. 
fttnpa: 

PlaMtaci (Coi ft I 1-11 

MrDoMld kCa) ft ft ft-is 


Badminton 

Continues 


ijiM nipft’r Bvaa: Marrurva 4 Ca- 
na'liana 2: CkHi^n ft. rwvafipn 4. 

Nai* ftwiwa: Wtoiaadav ORiRan vi. 
Canailwni: Mareurvv vi. CAvaJiart. 


Mercurya icored 


Play in the Saanich Open 
badminton tournament con¬ 
tinues tonight at Bpentwood 
(Joinmunlty Hail. 

Starting times: 

1.M p.m -• R ScfimHt n I) Bpqjiah. 
L. Parti %■ 1. Gindmaiwati N Pattar- 
and M. J. ftmltA vi B. Clark and P. 


Tremlilay Rpturnn 

MONTREAL (UPIt — left¬ 
winger Gilles Tremblay, who 
missed Ihe last seven gomes 
after he received a fractured 
rheekhone In a game against 
(Tticago Nov. 7. will be bark in 
Ihe lineup when Ihe Canadiens 
go against Detroit tonight. 


Canadians, 4-2, last night in 
Greater Victoria Senior Hockey 
league ad inn before 450 fans at 
Memorial Arena. 

( Ol GAR9 MI.V 
Following Mercurys' victory. 
Arena Cougars moved Into a 
(irsl-iilace tie with Canadians by 
edging Dormans Cavaliers, 5-4, 
in Ihe second game of the 
better diHihleheade.r 
' other Jim Middirinn'i second goal 


to play the promotion aeries. 

Kickers already have a team 
in the First Division. Oak Bay 
consists mainly of a group of 
I ugby players looking for exer¬ 
cise on their off-day. It aeems 
unlikely that either of these 
teams would seek promotion. 

GOOD ('HAN( E 

Vikings, therefore, have an 
excellent chance to play the 
Miies. and a good ohance to 
heat fddy's the current Flrit 
Dtvl^op atragglers. 

1 But the university team will 
|ne\rr gel that chance. 

Randy Smith, Director of 
'Men's Athletics, has said that 
because of an athletic ruling, 
jno university team ran play 
I during exam.s. Local soccer! 
i officials are, naturally, not will- 
ling to take a team in the First' 
Division if it canstot play a 
I regular tcheduie. So the Vik¬ 
ings lose even if they win. 

RULE STANDS 

Smith is as disappointed os 
Hiybody, but the rule stands. 

I The purpose of the rule is. 
of course, to keep students at 


distractions while exams are six'cer in Victoria, are at wing- 
going on. half. Tony k'aiUillo. I'Vank 

But the rule doesn't alwrays Dre.sombes and Bjorn Slavium 
work. Athletic students are round out ihe side, 
quick to point out that a num¬ 
ber of athletes are playing out¬ 
side the university, and their 
learns will play right through 
exams. Seven students are on 
the Victoria Chinooks junior 
men's boskethall team. Three 
others play for Viclona Uni¬ 
ted in the Pacific Coast Soccer 
League. 

Still others play In the First 
Division of the District Soc- 


By ROBIN JEFFltEY' the First DivMon and the top 
team In the Second Division 
It's a rare sltualton when a ^ promotion-relegation 

team finds llseU In difficulties dinner competes in 

because it is winning games. higher bracket during the 
But that's the position ot, 

the University of \ictona yikingi Hand an excellent, 
soccer Vikings. chance to win promollon. 

Vikings had a slow start They’ve conceded one goal in! 
this season but are now riding their lost live games. They 
In third place of the Victoria may win Ihe league, and eveni 
and Diilrlot Soccer League's |( they don’t ll’i quite likely' 
Second Dtvialon. They have 12 they will have Ihe opportunity 


1 W — M iMIli >nl V ll«»l M j. 
rramaui iBd 8 Vsnl. W Wlllwna and 
II i-attrey vi M and P Xwsi M. 
Winds Anil D. Clwnr't vi wnimi R. 
VidAi «nd D. Halai# J RimmII tmi A. 
Hurrah) 

1 on J. Lca^n# and L. MrI.MR 
VI L Park and R Karadlirai I U<nd- 
manann and R. ^limmona v« B. Vidnl ar^d 
n Haimp P Ka>p and P Hanna A. 
Humaby and D .NnbM. 

1 m P Joyrv and R. Baldtam vi 
P Wliaai and -1 Maaai# J and P 
CrimM*! Vf M. Rmw*! and HannaA 
P WllBf*) and J Maaaip v« P Jfnpa 
, anff n Baldwin 

' * ftn K f|ta#na and R Kav •• J. 

: and G. SluftfMl. R Br«»wr and Baldwin 
"1 A. Ruamby and D. Nialwi M Knnrt 
and G luAiw ta W Wtiliami and R. 
Vhnwlta. 

1 M P DaviM and R AUrnarwi vi 
R Fnrd and J M J. 

and L' HrL^n 9a J Maas* and I.. 

I Paiii. V HriBni'and M W'»jda \i win- 
nnr Nailer and A Rumaby P Brnam 
and R. KnnEi 

I lft 01 J. Cramptm and R Kiaa naar 
va V Mtiwat and Y Grant, T. and R. 
Grant \-B winnnn J and G Ihiftcwt 
! -f 0»«na and Kaya 


Hockey Scores 


Western 

Hockey 


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iMituim .‘>'en feel of snow will greet year, will help transport iporning . . . Bob Turner, who 

skiers al the official opening pairona lo the slope. broke his la wk H o - m a rugby 

i: s,rvi>ir Q^n Mountain is locsted game with JBAA last weekend. 

slopes on Green Mountain 35 miles west of the Island will he in hospital for two 

mm is<. Sunday. Highway, from Cas.sidy. An weeks. The break was eom- 

1 a wuyi Rope tows will he operating access permit must he, oh- plicated wnth bone rhips and 

and all facilities will he open.-tained at the Comox Lng0ng had to be pinned together, 
s *7 7.17 A second snowmobile, new this Co. gate. 


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1 -Civslirn. Brnrhi (Jay) 7 40. 
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lu c'KilMan 

HOTR. HriJ.V Aaaiatan* marh: 

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pa'a. oparataa tarn in Gaorgia rmrnad. 
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Li vainly I96B41 

PXIIROW JOHN •111 M.ddlr ^ua:d 
d naixt lat.Kla. f! .'&.X a: da'amiva 
mplaui. aaxrnlh yr^i w.th TKai-<'ai«. 
a th Gray Cup aipHaianra. baa iiaan 
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riiitv ahnaan Canatia « 'Utwandinc nna 
Vi'a'i .n a^pt')a'^a m hii rukb <«t 

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la- Ali-AmafKan « 1 *h t*nivar«lj fit 
F^'-nda llvaa in Ham'lim 

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la ' f«ao laiTia* irpular nrjaon aftar 
bt nx lUl hy nuffaki Pi1l« AKI. plavad 
co'lapa frrKiiaM with Sviai'uaa l-mvarnty 
f • ih'va yaar* and with Buffalo hn 
th>-aa >aan. Ii^inp bia itiia •aaatn to 
!•> mar Tipna-Cal Cnnkia <;i|rtinal amrad 
|h I i'x,K-hdn«m« In rapular »aaM«i 

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d< •H'avt halftiaak ISO (■'. laan 

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f'‘ h.n family. pUvatl -aml-p' fuiithall 
w lb Paiarann Mmum m Aiian'<< ('•«At 
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Itn.r. 27. IM C find yaar.. a Canada 
BUyrd ('•Ulaia fakdall witti ntin Stair, 
rn'ia tknvnfiaid lacklar 
rrprrruj. nrAr i 44 i crmra a 

Bl. Bom Audtiurv. ran iirai yaar 
ailh ciaii: fint drlnp rardra aan Vil- 
larvwa I'ldvamiy mi'42. 

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ha k S. ilB RJ. >aar aa ar«- 

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at tiartinc auaitrriwk mpUcad 
J a Zuprr. and l•■d( mar atian Zuiar 
a at' Inlwd idle m Grav cup final, 
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t'KK lyknma. v'<aint liw> i<a>d 

r><«ait f|uarii*rtM 4 K. rarr'ind kali '.H 
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t« rlurt of Hamil'in High ArbiBd rank! 
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Ocario Mun(an 0 . 

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Kat'crn AR-Bldr IMM. varaplllt linr- 
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In- kir and llnnhai'knr. 

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t'* lor, SI SC. C l. mnlh \rar with 
cHin muh Orr' Cup appraf^rtr (-nil 
ff 'V (rffrnaivp tarkir nr d'ltdiv 

d ‘•Tiflrld lartdrr nmdm-l <f Mamiimn 
|l<eh Scianl. iiitormrdiatr ranks 
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turrird kiyiluh liior.iy aftrr . ,',l | 

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ruriniiig rlk.vs. louchdown- ip 

IftCJ final (-iuTiad >C iimra thl« oraton 
fnr 12 J yards, avrrair 17 and lunf f&in 
^ «8 IS varM 

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3S. IS, C-1 iturd v^aar wiiii tidN 

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tram 

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fiiuil. HK liiding two 1 V<Bmukui.>oiiJt in 
and ~ a df ' liainllhio lugh 
arimoi and junta fiBi'iiaii', hinuiird kirk- 
idT* unlil 1 H 1 whrn Ikai Kulhrfla )oinrd 

ctut, 

MIMMiXk. RsiP <M) Drfrnalvr ^ a: 
lariilr. H. ■ . : “ : 

fliuh ihud Grry Cup fiial: played ml* 
late kiniiaj] urtui Bewtun Lfiiver»it>, 
formrr fuCnatk wkw rwiirhrd lo ta<iLt« 
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waivcri b) Hamiliiai la 1 ML' fifth Gro> siwls and a aringlr 
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laCJ. llamiltufi ]9g24S: has rrpulption of :f ?9 *arda. 

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iM sraaon (;^y final inrtuding two.*T 


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GOOD>^E/\R 

Suburbanite I 
Tires and Retreads 


R%1. KISK (ill tvre i* ^r end 
2B: C-S hainh nr with riuh. has 

playerf in (-4m Giev Cup fuiais aod 

Hicrh »(il la^st 1 'dS game due to lair 
iraac leg injury riassifird as non 

imptMt auia •( dimi t iti/envh'o 
plated pm with NFL CV-ti'^t l.iiais. cuf 
mki M aa<in TtCfi. 

Riorii.i»;, BFNR (S4i rvrrn« e 
halfhaik JO- »» ». f»**» ve*r 

rr (tub- joined Hamiitiai from inieimrdtsr 
(oi - A»a1h B.i • Tiger-Cals, 

44 ltlMtl>. IMSN IVfentKe ha’f 

lw( R and ula(-e:ki«'kei , 27 JUU. k 

.I'-ar irnpmt after rodrge career I 
al I duo '-tale, third Grey 4 «runvfcna‘ 
pia --d w ih Harfi'lhn in 1 s:a »««( 

•-» NKI. New York Giants WA PiMshurg 
4teel''is "Oft and rejorned Ham Hon I*1C’ 
ed Kk'C n imfing IMI wiih O ncniMs 
(him m r<C 2 svtth 71. ninth in 1M.1 with 
klrking icii-ked IS conver's 
wsto this lear mlaalng aeveei. and texen 
field iiMla la 24 Riea. KFC aU a(at 
IMl tC. 

\ITI HAVE <7t> Offensise end -re¬ 
set-, e plai eddcllM 2S; 'J2P 8 2: serntid 
■ear Import. ae(‘iod Grey Cup fina 
l’nhY.f4l>9 HnsJon; ev'-eflent fa** 
leielvW and bldiker; Took nxee place 
-J do 'm atwn !>•* Mti-e, in 
- t s sear apd k -d 1 / peak's 
*fHi( hdoam. 13 rnnverfs. four field 
_.; _ . naught 2 T passea for 

ard« average rd iS 4 and long gain 


.lAC yl'KS Pi.ANTK 
. . . bus.v I'eluin 


Kv aaiaa 

riokprnmpiit si Herald 


BKR.MK K.MXl.NKY 
. • . cixlh KHRit 


Navy Golf 
Set Today 


MEM.KV. GARNKl (111 DefeM**. 
rdr<fw4sre halfiM(ii 'A. 17P C fiwnh* 
year tmgKMi. rasilve of Humn. S.D : 
ihiitf Grey Cup game, bnlliaaf Ce- 
fenaxe player and tog threat net IfSia- 
paw plais lem tn Hamiihai hy xn. 
<7reeB Rai Parken mid seaann laCP: 
Plaved roiiege lirapail ecth Huron Onh 
lepe where lie am- anailM-’iilege rar-urd 
of 3*C xanta In ilfiC breaking nxark nf 
>4 art bv Leo Lewis <W Winnipeg hir 
Ltf¥siln- ridversity m Misa<«iri. aanred 
two loucCiikMiis m iMI Gres Cup. •«># 
off a 7S-.ard and (aiagtii five 

paaacn for IIP sard* amred tour tnurh 
(kTwna lJua year all an paaaee. led RFC 
in paw iiRrirnilMvis wit.h as. eauchi Si 
paa 0 a he .M yards ave aging 14 7 arjth 
lnnge«f gam id 4C. aiRl raa hack 31 
piMla for 744 yarCa. averaging 18.1 wlih 
I'Tigesi reium of W ya^M: hwh-rimmed 
fflassea rive him arhnlarly aff • field 
appearan« r 

RHIFI.. aTK\E llll TVdefMlve haJf- 
ha‘4r-.dPe^ve eod J 8 : TW t ftra( 
vear wUh Ttger-Oila. made Hub la 
1M lag 1 sfused In 's qm - when traded 
tn rtitaaa before seawai («ened. traded 
harii In Handium 'Ma -ep; Pp a# 
renave half Gary Crhreider. uaed Mar- 
Ingly. 

kkRCf IFK4I (111 Oarner line 
•wrkei ?7 icn $.U; iMm Wiiw1<nr. 
Oni . eighth vear wit* Huh. deth Crev 
Cui. ^nal 'adaiandlng paaa-njiher and 
.tackier; RFT ail-«ar n IM3. arored one 
toaehdtmn iMa aeaam na hanMe ramv- 


l/mnofl fffeu(era> Reeulta (vf aotcer 
laicdM pfayed In Briiala Wedneadpir 


Qualifying round for ttir' 
Royal Canadian Xavy CnU 
A>i.socialion's handicap and 
turkey shoot tournament will 
be played today at (iorge Vale 
fiotf Club, with match play 
tomorrow and finala Saturday. 
Post entries will be accepted. 
Today’s starting times: 

IS 11 p.m —Pumptoey, Viellel. Wi'ietoa. 
ftorTon. 

11 IP ktona. Forie. MeDreald. C 
Mann 

a.9- neviea. Wliwet, Waiieyne. Lew 

ipei 

IS.'Sf Roehurli, Gammota CMnp‘ieii 

* Lee toaifere. Dunae. Munav 

12 ;S—Tutw, Veeeev Ptraren nark 
1S;to—Hama Idt Camphell. Cham^wf 
tota Cnridah 

17:48- BuCaM Roth. Mretlpnenery, Me 


imnEBIS lh(Tr.B*i«T10KAL 
hiRland 4 Weal (Germany }. 

KiaoPFAK n F mivHsiii' €3'r 

Meriwd Reuai. FleaC t^g 

Tfdlevdtam v-i. Manrhfgfar Lnftad ppd 


Soccer Bows 
To Cridders 

Teatna In the Lower Island 
Junior and Juvenile Soccer 


Bananas art not nalivt le Canada... and ntllhtr 
art rums. Ltmen Hart, for ixampltAt produead 
undtr iht mott wondtrful eenditlona in Tha 
Caribbtan. Bui for Ltmen Hart, ntn that It nel 
enough: Il't tbipptd to London whare It mil 
puittlp In undtrgreund vaulli whtra neilhir (ht 
Itmperatiirt nor iht humidity varitt mart than a 
degrtt or two ytar in ytar out. Then, meticuleutly' 
blended and bottled it't finally shipped to Canada 
... smooth, mellow, delicious ... a perfect product 
of that small area of the world that it famous 
for distinguished rum. 


HAL PATTKR.SO.V 
. . , top target 


Great Zim 
Tops Card 


three Grey Cuf' fmala. 


aled schedule this weekend, 
aking Saturday off to watch 
the Orey Cup game. 

Sunday's matches: 
t p.m - IKvMnn n Vu-Vrto CbuiiMsts 
vs Al a Raw Hampfrei PtM-k .'(aMdcli 
Eniel< 8 'ewa va. Kvaning DprjmMCa. Rey- 
tv Ida Fark Cv r<» by#. 

1 pm DivlB n ] (iiJi Rap dtotimiato 


ERNIE RICHARDSON’S 


prMtR4ff4 

(ifkf (H 

dark M cafa 0 


Have a good rum for your money! 


CURLING 


I ISTANBI’L fAP) — Calatss. 
saray of Turkey defeated .Swii- 
Zetland s F. C. Zurich ?-0 Wed¬ 
nesday in a second-leg match of 
the Furopean Champion Cup 
soccer competition 


Iz('U(1h Oak Bay 

Lynn Hagglund scored 14 
points yesterday to lead Oak 
Bay to a .13-10 victory over Ml. 
Douglas in inter-Wgh school 
senior girls' haaketbail at Oak 


CAPSULES 


This advertisement Is not ptiblished or di.<<p1ayed by the Liquor Control Board 
or by the Government of British Columbia. 


It> r.RMr. RICHARnaON Icooeaved portion of the hollom starting your hack«wing Is that 
ki, . u . _ i—J nf the Slone I Is free of all dirt, you have your eyes looking 

? ^ . ’’ . This ran he done hv turning the straight at the hroom which is 

action and <^ened mme of 

- different style, of delivery ^ 

:: h,';'; ",":^ned Al^^h run. The next „ep ,s the s.ance tor o*? •>- 

intks like a ra.her compli- f-nlnn. in .he hack TTw Im- 

ted game It la fairly simple lo portani thing about the stance is .rtvlc. Is always keen 

tn he in a cnmloriahle and re- ■'Ivice Is. always keep 

Ihe fundamenlals of deliver- la.ved position with good balance *" 

; a Slone can he quickly which is most impoiiani lo the curling the hroom. 
asped and a long period of delivery. In starling the hackswlng your 

linins Is not nFr4*ssRr>' bofnrp The bgll of th# richt font 1* body shnulH Hf parfillFl with IhF 

king part in a sam#. In most placed squarely aKain>i ihe hack akip a hmnm. The glone la awunc 

«yra Ihe he;:inner can enjoy tS** of Ihe hack. The left foot is Rlraicht hark as If it were a 

me his first time on ihe ire sliRhtly ahead of Ihe rich! font pendulum, then brought forward 

irr brief insimriinn. TTial s the and is flat on Ihe ire. Boih knees in a direct line with ihe brwm, 

111 of curling feter and thigh, slioiild be as parallel 

Delivering a curling siraie w ith Ihe delivery line as ixissible ^ grasped by Ihe fingers nob 
operly Is most Important In.without interfering with >«*«• ^.jth the Index and third fingers 
aking a gtswl curler. I hasp balan.e, applying moet of the preiaure. 

rn aome peculiar deliverie« The sione should be tud for- ^ ^ 

lich produce good results, hjiiward as far as possible wllhout g^ip for a swinging delivery 
anuld fimngly adsise learning Iptilling Ihe sboii^rs or body out j „f , push, 

delivery that ii fundamentally lof poalllon. The right shoulder 

und. iwill drop a little and your left But most Important of all la 

One of Ihe first things a pla.ver hand will he holding the bmom to keep your eyes on Ihe broom 
uat do after getting into the as a counter balance. throughout the enhre delivery. 

i»-tr.-ta to make sure Ihe ctip The all-important point when iTo-inmi N~s ai-TM.»i 


TACKLE SALE 


STOCK I P AT THESE U)W, LOW PRICES 
FOR THE COMING FISHING SEASON 


Sell-Out Crotrtl Sent Home 


"Tbt 014 FlihirMii" 

Prexpnta f I ■ h I ■ g aad 
banting repnrU aloRK 
with "GoUpr Soand" 
Miiair. Thurada.r, S:R5- 
9:(N) p.m. 


But Milan ahnuld grab a place Yugoalavia defeated Jeuneiae 
I the quarter-finali of this d'Kafhe of lAixemhourg frj to 
tar a rompetifl™ by winning . . 

le reliim leg rt the round on 

leir homa gmirnd. In * hhh first round match, 

Galatasarav of Turkey heat Zu- 
Another Italian entiw. Inter- Switoerland 2-0 In Istan- 

lilan. faced the prosjiect of teams 

Iinunation after heating Moo- „„ iggregiie 2-2. and they 

1-0 1-0 •Aedne.(!...v nigh. must now play off to decide who 

Inier-.Milan faces a stiff task ,av,iwe to the next round 


Long Seest Cardigan with 
pockets .-Styled by lAarren Knit. 
Grey. Spru'-a f d 9** 

Tan . * ** 


SHIRTS 


MAYFAIR Sporting Goods 


Rt-nutifully Laundered and Finished 

VICTORIA LAUNDRY LTD. 

1SI KUgiirH—Jii4l i|p fnim Ihe "lUy’' KV 4 7' 


DmigUa »l iohtoBow 

KV 4&3lt «- r% IJRIt ^ 

Opeto Tliitrm. tonH KH. miHII t p.m. 


Mayfair Shopping Centre 


Phone 385-5182 























Stretchy Slip Covers 


EATON’S 


atrelrh n.\lon and iollon Hirsa- 
one (iiece rovers fit any standard 
rhrsterfield or rliair. You'll find Ihoy 
piote«it and beautify your fuiniluro 
bri-auso of thrir stain , e-. 
sistanre. no - iron fabtir. 
Washable, loo. they have 
adjustable hack to ensure 
a snug fit. Brown. Rreeii, 
Kold tone, blue .shades. 

Znd Bay Feature, 


(“Goldte.x pattern > 


Chair 


.S..ra I ^ 

(Sheffield patterni 


Chair 


Danish Modern 
Bedroom Furniture 


Crystal 

Mirror 


Bis Day 
Thursday 


An opiKtiltitiiiy for big .saving.s on this Scandinavian furnitiii'p. styled with 
band.sonip simplicily. Off-the-floor desijfn with solid end gables, mahogany 
drawer bofloms, smooth-running guides, reees.sed drawer pulls. Matching 
walnut veneei's. Sizes are appro.ximate. 2nd Day Feature, , 

9 Triple nr^MN^ra . , . Radio . . . 

109.00 45.00 

i‘anel Berls , , , 

•I'ti , -1 or 3'3" aizes. jr OH 

Sale, each J J.UU 

Mahl Tahlea . . . a rkrt 

Sale, each ^T.UU 

■S-ltrawer ( hesta . . , 

Sale, each TU-UU 

KATO.V'S—Furniture, Serond Moor, Home Fiirnlshlnas ■iillillna, Tlinne KHZ-Tlll 


Clear, sharp reflection t.s 
yourt with a 32-0/. ci-yalal 
glass mirror, 2S'xW In 
size. Ifang one in the hall, 
hedroum or living room! 
Complete with plastic clips 
for easy instalUUon. 

Znd Day m QQ 

M.oo 


H Hrau^r Uniibi# 1lrM<«^ra 

M \3l ’ high. 

NaM, r>s4<'h 


4 Drawer ( lieAta 
Sale, each 


EATON*^—Draperlea and Mirrors. Floor. Home 

Fumiahinffa Bulldlng» Thone SHtTUl 


Gifts That Delight 
Radios from 

EATONS 


6 Transistor 

Take music and newi.with you 
wherever you go. (Sffh this 
handy 6-translstor. '‘Wealth” 
portable radio. With leather 
case and earphone. i Q QC7 
Znd Dny Feature, ea. I 

10 Transistor 

Long-range radio with three- 
aection tuner brings in far¬ 
away stations with clean, loud 
sound. Complete with Imther 
case end earphone QC 

Znd Day Feature, ea J ' .7 J 

Not Illustrated 

Admiral Clock Radio 

A Christmas gift that's de¬ 
signed to please young snd 
old ... a de luxe mantel radio 
with clock that wakea you with 
music! Five-tube radio with 
special "doze switch" playa 
toft, background music. 
Znd Day Faature, nQ QQ 
each ^0.00 

EATON'M—.Music Centre, 
.Main Floor, Home 
Furalahlngs Building, 
mane SSZ-ZItl 


Give Lasting Pleasure with 

Sparkling Lead 
Crystal Stemware 


A. Goblet D. Claret G. IJqueur 

B. 10 oz. Tumbler E. Sherry H. Sherbet 

C. froz. Tumbler F. Cocktail 

Special offer for Christmas giving . . . each lovely 
piei-e s thing of beauty and lasting pica.sui'e. Ex¬ 
quisitely cut by hand In lha favoured M 
•'Cross and Olive" design. I 

Znd Day Feature, each la// 

J Sherbet plate, as illustrated. a q 

Special, each fc.Tir 


Italian 
Green Glass 

h Off Regular Prit ea! 

Choose for your own 
home or as lovely Christ¬ 
mas gifts. Green glase 
Italian Import a that 
make atiracllve. decora¬ 
tive pieces as well as use¬ 
ful additions to the home. 
Choose from a w ide 
selection of styles and 
shapes. Znd Day Fea¬ 
ture, each 


All New LEWYT 

Vacuum 

Cleaner 


Special Gift Savings at the 
Downstairs Budget Store 


Men's Sherwood Shoes 

Choose smart Balmoral or mocas¬ 
sin pointed-toe shoes with 4-eyelet 
tie. Sanitized for foot protection, 
composition soles, rubber heels. 
D width. / 

sizes 7 io 12. ^ 

Spertal. I 1 

pair 


Wool Sports Jackets 

AII'Wool jackela in 3-button atyle 
with notched lapel and flap poc¬ 
kets. In grey, charcoal and 
brown ^ m qq 

Sizes .16 to M. I Xl ' ' 

Special, I 

eaih I 


Complete with 2-year guarantee on entire 
unit and 5-year guarantee on how . . . 
this vacuum cleaner combines speed with 
ease for your cleaning chores* Ride-along 
tools and lower dial are but two of its many 
features. Wide vinyl tires on big, easy- 
rolling wheels. (Model 23051. 


^eplleq Electric 
Hand Mixer 


Men's Cruiser Jackets Slipper Socks 

All wool Mrlton cloth In double thick- Knitted wool socka. with plastic lolcs, 
ness. Game pockri. dome fastener In sizes to fit all ages. Special, 
closing, and fiur fastened pockei.s. (Kididcs' sizes S's, 6. 6HI, pair TBs 
Chaivoal and black, .sizes ] f QQ (Boys'and girls'sizes 7, 8, 9), pair BB« 
36 to 46, Special, each ( i (Men's sizes small, medium and Urge I, 

Non-Run Nylons 

Nylon mesh hose In beige and rocoa bolld rOOW rlllOWI 

shades, sizes 8'i to 11. Comfortable Sanitized foam rubber pil- 

Sperlal, pair ^ / C Iowa with "ventlUte” for cool sleeping. 

or S pairs for l.BT Removable while eotton zippered cover. 
II,, Approx. 25'xl5’'x3’’. 3 QQ 

Childrens Leotards special, each 

Good quality stretch nylon leotards in ru:,. Dillnwc 

a.ssorted colours. Sizes 4 to 6, 7 to 10, rOOm ^Rip FIIIOWS 
and 11 to H. Inexpensive comfort with these non- 

Bperial. pair Ibv sizes above) alergic, foam-filled pillows. Coloured 

1.15.1.39 1.47 SS-'l'S*' 1.39 

Puddlen FlunncleUs Sheets 

Children's waterpi-uof puddlers with Soft, rosy Oanneleite sheets are extra 

elastic instep strap. Boxer waist, red long and extra wide! Finished witli 

and navy colours. SIzea 3 to 6x. | QQ neat Hemmed end, they have pink or 

Sperlal, pair I .37 blue striped coloured borders. Approx. 

Women's Slims pair 5.49 

"Veltima''plaid skm of imported fahhe. f'LilAmmm'm T Ck.pSa 
Washable, side fzipiier, one poik.-l, ^.nilOren S I-OnifTS 
Blue, led or green plaids. Sizes 12 lo Assorted striped styles with long 

18 3 lO •'lecves, g(wd quality eollon. QQ^ 

Sperlal, pair I 7 Sizes 3 lo 6. Sperlal, aarh OOC 

Boys' Campus Coots Snow Suits 

Qulil lined poats are of all-wool Mellon Two-piree aults feature warm quilled 
eloth With eontrastlng stripe on aleeve. nylon lackel with rayon lining. Double 
Dome fastener closing, regular rollar, knees and shoulder straps on. pant.s. 
knitted cuff. In navy or black, sizes 6 •''Izes 4 to 6x In sky blue, royal and 
to 18. 7 QQ red colours. Q QQ 

Sperlal. each / .77 Sperlal, each 0.77 

Men's Laminated Jackets Children's Parkas 

Nylon taekei.s with foam nylon lining Parka with attached hood Ls quill-lined, 
feature contrasting piping on pocket>, with two pockets and zipper front cloa- 
regular rollar and ruffi and zipper log. In red. brown, navy and grev in 
closing. Choose from blue, black, sizes 3 to 6x. C aq 

brown, olive and beige, in aizes .16 to 16 Sperlal, each ^.^7 

Sperlal, each 12.99 Msn's Rubber Boots 

Boys' Lined Jeons SJ"* 

Fuliv “Sanforized" leans with cotton to It ^ aex 

S laid flannelette llnifig. Zipper rioaing, Hpaclsl. pair 
oxer waist. In tan, olive, blue and 

“ 2.99 .ChilJ'o^'s Shoos 

. . , . , Blue Star shoes with leather uppers, 

nnOn S OOCKS vulianized eompositlon soles Blur and 

' Factory clearance of substandards in '"' bite Mddle oxforda and brown double 
i wool and nvion, sizes lO'i to IP*. *!'*P brown 

' Stretch wool and nylon style fits sizes 

10 to 12. cQ s’ *" 7 QQ 

Speslal, pair 07C P*"- 

' F 0 kka ” Drapery Lining 

[ roam KUDoer V.nips 45" wide lining with dull finish in ecru 

. Two-pound bag of soft, resilient chips, shade. Gives draperies longer life bv 
I Suitable for stuffing cushions, ^Q protecting against fading C3e- 

j tjiyj, etc. Special, bag D7C Strongr quality Sperlal, yard J3C 


Make your Chrislma.s baking so much 
easier and simpler Ihls year with a 
handy Berkley portable mixer! You 11 
like its lightweight, eesy-to-handle fea¬ 
tures plus Its three mixing speeds and 
rapid beater release. Kactory-lubrlraied 
for life, cord romplele. In altrariive 
shades to match your kitchen of yellow, 
•white, pink or turquoise. 

Znd Day Feature, 12.95 

F.ATON'B—Small Appliaares. Main 
Moor Hume Furnishings Ballding, 
Phone 38-Z-7I41 


2nd Day 
Featuri, each 


Introductory Special Offer! 'p 

Lewyt Polisher 

Gleaming floor beauty in record time with 
LEWYT’S precision-built floor polisher, 
complete with 2-year guarantee. (Model 
.524.) QC 

Znd Day Feature, each / J 

KATON'?4*Maior Appllsncr*. Main FfcMtr, 
« Horn# FarnNhlnK* BulWnt, Phonr nSTIfl 


A Christmas Gift for the Hostess 

v 

Imported French Lace T 


Table Cloths 


Kxrluslve with EATON’S 


An elahoiale. coMon lare din¬ 
ner riolh to provide that final 
lourh of luxury in your dining 
room’ Real beauty, made in 
F'rance exclusively for tjiion's. 
Soft, iwo-loned ecru in the deli¬ 
cate "Renaissance" pallern-- 
and completely washable, loo! 
A dinner clolh lo Ireaaure for 
yourself or is a gift! Approxi¬ 
mate size. 70"x90‘' Each Hoth 
rnmes Individually packaged in 
polyethylene. 

Znd Day Feature, Q 


WARERbUSE 


Petwnel Chopping Only . • . 

Please Arrange Vour Own Delivery 

Telephone Gossip Benches 

Rronzetone frame with “Arborile" table 
tops. The plastic seat of chair conies in 
amart decorator coioura. 1 A QQ 

Hperlal, each I *t.77 

Walnut Record Cabinets 

Finished with sliding doors and large 
album compertments. U"x24’'x24" high. 

ST' 19.99 

Axminster Throw Mats 

Choice of red or green. 3 ^Q 

Hperlal. each 3,07 

Buy on your RATON Arrnunt with 
NO DOWN PAITWENT 

EATON'H—War«liou*r Barcaln 
C.'4titre. 24t View StreH 


i«, Third I'lnor. 
PhfMie 3n*7l41 


Hostess Set Cart 


Handy for the hostes-s, convenient for tha 
guests! You’ll be proud to serve your festive 
party foods on these 4 attractive EIATp.V 
fibreglas trays. Legs are finished in gleam¬ 
ing gqld-tone. Complete with standing 
rack on 

on wheel*. ^ Q Q 

2nd Day Feature, j ® ® 


E.4TO.\*9—Houw^war^. laower >lilii 
Flmir. Phnn-! 3831111 







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E.ATPNS 




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I Invites You to Christmas Shop 

THURSDAY 9 am. to 9 O.n 


|M 

Excitins New Gifts for Your Family, 


y p.m.: 

Friends! 


Gifts 

for 

Him 


Special Savinss 


Fine English 
Broadcloth 
Dress Shirts 

Ordinarily 7.95! 

TIicm tmartly cut, bMUtifulIy fin* 
lahcd dreu ihirti ar* now 
to you at ipeclal lavinail Of may 
wanh-and-dry fabric. jhTrt* fmtura 
aincic cuff and rvRUlar «tyM fuard 
collar. Aiaortcd ileevc lengtha, tizca 
14'a to 17'a, white only. 

2nd Day Feature, 

2 for ir 

Each 5.99 


Popover 
Sport Shirts 
Ordinarily 5.95 

You can afford to give knitted 
•ports shirts in popular Ions sleeved 
button cuff style this Chrlstmai 
at these special prices! Choose plain 
shades or assortetl designs in blue, 
brown, wine. red. gold^'olour. green 
and tan. Sizes small, medium, large 
and extra large. 

2nd Day 0 99 

Feature, each 

KATON'S—Men's Wear. Main KhMir 
Phone 3811141 


Capture Those Treasured Moments 
This Christmas With a Camera From 

EATON'S 


Konica L-35nim. 

A Christmas gift that will give 
.vou years of contlniic.1 joy . 
the Konica L 35-mni camera wnh 
hulli-in meter that's i-'niplrd -o 
aperture settings! Ihcie's no 
i-empllcated fussing and focnssinj 
to get the clear, crisp piciiiie you 
want . . . ju.sl set the /.one focu.s 
and shoot! Complete with case. 

39.88 


Minolta 16P 

Miniature Camera 

It's everybody's camera! No 
focussing problems. Just set the 
weather dial, aim and fire for out¬ 
standing rasult.s every lime! Pre- 
cislon-bulll f3.3 lens takes sharp, 
criap plrtures In colour slides, 
prints or blsck and white. Camera 
weighs le.ss than 5 ozs. Complelt 

- - 19 88 

l-Vaturp, r.irh ■ ^ 


Eumig 8mm. 
Projector 


Kn)oy your home movies in the 
utmost with this automatic 
threading, forward, still and re¬ 
verse motion projector. Variable 
Sliced i-ontrol and room lens en¬ 
ables you to highlight particular 
shota. Rapid power rewind. 4110- 

98 88 

Fmture. each /(JaVJU 

400 ft. PUitlc Reeli. each 1.1« 


r ' 

^ 15 Exposure 

35mni. Colour Film 

^ If you lutt uAnt to t.ik^ a frw 

«plciurf*N. thi« hantly 1!>-rxpf>stir^ 
roll IS what mhi wunt’ An«l if a 
nov availahir at 

A S A. i% yi. |>rinf*!>v»iing • 

• itulnrlcfl ^ 

nas Fralurr. Z.U> 


Fa^TON*^— 4 ainrrm Counter, 
Main Floor. Phone 7M1 


Tops for a Gift List . .. 

Specially Priced Accessories 

Men's Initialed Handkerchiefs p 

Whit* Ii iah linen hankies with machine embroidered 
Initials In satin stitch. . 3 110 

sipc lal J for I • I A 

Women's Linen Handkerchiefs 

IJaiiity hankies with Chines* hand embroidery and 1 

finished with hand-rolled hems. "J QQe* 

Special ^ for aaC 

Men's Cotton Handkerchiefs 

Whit* hankies with coloured borders in assorted de- ^ 

signs. Fine quality cotton. 3 19^ 

.Sjierial J for • 

Men's Linen Hondkerchiefs * 

Fine quality white Irish linen hankir-s with neatly jU 

(inislM^ edges. 3 OQ.- -^*1 * 

Special 3 for xezC 1 \ 

Men's Boxed Handkerchiefs 

Plain white Irish linen hankies . . . gift 1 JQ 

boxed in threes. Special I .jX 

Women's Linen Handkerchiefs 

Choose while or coloured Irish linen hankies with v 
doubi* picot edges. 3 CjOg* 

Special, each 3 for aXC - 

Women's Initial Handkerchiefs 

Delightful gift hankies with Chinese hand embruid- 
ery. Finished with hand rolled 3 ’30 

edges. Special, etch 3 for I - , 

"Bruckstretch" Slims ‘ 

A gift of good looks and casual comfort . . . trim- »... 

fitting slims of nylon and Viscose woven in give joii 

* gochd fit and fre^om of action Styled with detach- 

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brown -Sizes 10 to 18. ^ XW •* 

Hperlal, pair 

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The young at-heaii will love on* of these fashion 

raves for Christmas' Fashioned of drip-dry cotton ^ 

In blazing, wid* horizontal-striped design. Styled , 

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black and white. Small, medium and i 

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aizes 8 to li. V 

2nd Day Feature, each 

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Special Feature! 
t ^ Cosy Christmas Idea! 
k- Men's Shearling 

A iW Slippers 

s lie'll wear Ihrm like shoes all 

V "• "inter becau.se tbey'iT so soft, 
■ warm and luxurious! Cuffed with 

I • deep shearling and shearling 
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• er of Calcutta snake uppers. In 
lirowm or burgundy shades, sigt's 
to 

^ 2nd Day Feature, pair 


o'clock 

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2nd Day Faatare. each 


Desk Sets 

Slngla Fen Desk Bet li a handy device for 
the student. bu.«ine*a man or t\m besi.J*. 
th* telephone' Black tnarbl* baa* on holder, 
hall point pen. 3 OC 

eat 


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Ilf quantities- last I 
Please. No Telephone or Mall Order* 

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ClraraiHP nf ra>ot) iii'rtat* 
wjAaBfl »ii4 b.ihv doll.'* in n*- 

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lialf Prhe ( learaiiie of floor 
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models' 1 4 QC 34 Oq 
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a S*4 Has double purpose with 


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2nd Day Feafure, each 


Fake Fur Jackets 


Make Beautiful Christmas Gifts 

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grey and beige ... q q 

Sizes 8 to 18. I ^ ^ 

2nd Day Feature, each I 7 


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Nylon Lena side ser-Uons, lare 
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31 Spei-ial, each 7.“Jr 


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case with zipper closing. Comes complete with new 'nail — 
polish dryer, tuck-away storage pockets to hold comb, brush, 
hood and cosmetics. Tlie extra large ^ bh a 
hood is double lined. Gold-colour with T ^ O 
white lining. I ^ 

2nd Day Feature, each I 

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:? f.. • 

Special Purchase! . . . 

Negligee Sets of Filmy Nylon 
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or pink in small, medium and ■T99 
large sizes. X 

2Bd Day Feahire, set " 

EATON"S-%Jai 0 rle. Swond Floor. Phoiw 382 7111 


Side Zipper Corselette 

A lightly boned corselette with 
nylon satin front, satin elastic 
spill hip sides and back. The 
figure flattering bustUne is of 
lace and nylon satin. Sizes 33 
to 10. in QQ 

Special, each iv/.x^ 


Long-Leg Panty Girdle 

For firm flgiire control o^•e^ 
hips and thighs . . . try one 
of these long leg paniy giirilcs. 
Tile split hip sides and liiiiil 
• are of satin elasilr with n.\lon 
power net. Finished with lace 
trimming. Size* small me¬ 
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large. Special, each D. e Jr 


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LOCAL NE\iS 


(ESTABIJSHKD ISitl 


PAGE THIRTEEN 


MCTORIA. BRITISH COELMBIA, TIII RSD W, NON EMBER 2R, 19(»3 


SECOND NENI S SECTION 


Reasons for Renovation Fill Gloomy Police Station 


Tour of city police «tatioii shoWK mony iTaNoii« for 
ronovatioM. At left, dirty, Kioomy khoolliiK range 
in haitement doable^ an storeroom for niivellanrou^ 
junk collected over the year*; two of four targel- 
rrtum Hue* have long nince Htopped working. 
Above h detective office, brat example of cramped 
quarters, where stacks 9 I files limit movement of 
detectives and office employees. At right is dark 
cell block: main corridor can be seen along with 
barred “recreation area” at left while drunk tank 
is out of sight to right. — (William A. Boucher 
photos) 


Cramped, 

Cold, 

Grimy 


Esauimak 


An.Nuite «ho doubts the proponed S375.UUU lenuvalion 
prugi-am for the city police depanmem Is needed should 
take a tour through the old building. 

He will see bleak, grey, sometimes cold and some¬ 
times grimy surroundings, combined with a la)out that 
is cooducivc to inefticicncy in the police force. 


as the Municipal Act defines, candidalea agreed present Iba 

department was inadequate. “ 
Coun NeLsun objected to 
Reeve Wurtele'a refeience to 
council as a "leum." 

HAT IN Bl.vO 

'•When I put my hat into 
the ring for council two years 
sgu I had to besak into one At 
llie rlowwt kiiU group* any 
municipality e\er had," ..aal 
Mr .Naelaon. 

He .said talk of machine piSi- 
tic* in (hi* election waa aiiiaa- 
lo obtain a '"fl- POf'lmg out ilie pics^ 
from the de- reeve, then councillor, aiid-a 
inal defence re.sident* unaealed dui 


Why were other contractors 
Elsguimalt's muni C i p a I not offered such a plum ai 
election is in the limelight •“'* • pnee,” he aaid. 
throughout B.C. becauac 
basic prinaples of fi-ecdom j 

are at stake. Coun. Eme^j He was obviously referring 
Cassels told 150 ratepavers, to • bid to buiki tpanment 

at an all-candidates' meet- Ros-Wbeighu 

resiilentail subdivuuon area 

ing last night. P „ 

Coun. Caiwel* was the mover date for reeve, aaid Kaquimalt 

_ __: . ahuuld scrioasly cotisidei fire 

of a motion of rensuie agaiiuit , ... . , , 

' " protection within the miinlcl. 

Eaquimalt Reeve A. C. W'uiiele pajity by Iryln;; 1 . 
at laat council meeting, charg- firm commiimeni from the be¬ 
ing the reeve with interfering pariment of national defence. 

with the demo, rad. lights of a " •'"* *• 

„ " . ale'alcpa should be taken lo 

naval lieutenant. Percy Bojd, provide adequate protection lo 
who wa.s spokesman for the the munldpalily now. ‘'ll ia 
E.squimalt Voteia' Aasodation. impoasihle to place a dollar 
sponsor of last night'i meeting. v«lu* °«i life,'* he said. All 

Reeve Wurtele did not attend 
meeting. He prr- 
viously Indicated he didn’t be- 
the as.sociatlon rep- 
rescnialive of Esquimau and' 

that he thought was “par-' ^ 

tlsan “ Also absent were: 

Uerald T Horne and Ooigei 

Argyle, both independent can- ^ 

dIdates for council seats. 

VAI.IABI-K PBOPI'.RTV 

Court Cassels also charged ^ e 

Reeve Wurtele with being I A -f 
evasive when asked for the ^ ^ 

facts of the sale of a valiiahle 


There is lots of space, but much of it Is not being 
used, while at the same Ume some quarters are shock¬ 
ingly cramped for space. 

The detective office is the best example of the latter, 
where slacks of file* vie for space with office employees 
and detective* and there Is little privacy lor anyone. 


A photography room ha* been set up outside the 
deiecUve office area, for want of space, and the detec¬ 
tives' darkroom is located in another area 

A communal ceil, located on the main floor Just nff 
the charge office, is lU-lighled and uncomfoiiable. while 
a more secure and better lighted cell area on the second 
and third floors Is rarely used. 


Some of these cells double a* storeixxims and one 
hallway la Jammed with confiscated pinball machines 
with no belter place to go 

A poUce tiring range in the building'i basement has 
gathered the dust of months. It. also, ha* become a 
sometime storeroom for e host of unlikely paraphernalia. 


An Improved magistrate's court in what is now the 
detective and traffic office building would eliminate the 
inefficiency of transtemne prisoner* lo and from Saanich 
police court, a* well a* improve general cxiiiinom 
efficiency. 

Anyone who still ha* dcsibl.s on llie need for the 
S.1TS.000 qroney bylaw which goes in the people Dee I.V 
ran lake a guided tisir of police statical facilities. 
arranKed by Chief J K Giegory. 


SiiNeeiios 'l\»l 
lliirl liy (!ur 

A I'- year-olif girl wa« ad 
mitted lo .cfl .lns.>>|dt's lln«pital 
yeslecU.iy afterrywin stlffecing 
- (aiesihlr head injuries fcdhnv- 
ing an accKh-nt al .Saaeeiio^ 

.Maureen Teresa Chlopan pf 
Swieenos WHS knockcal down 
by a car ditven by Donald Mr- 
Whiter of .Millies Landing. ilEr 
. condiiion wna reported as 
I satisfactory last night. 


reeve I will dedicate myself 
to the job and conduct myself 
In office with the aim that you 
will never regret your choice." 

BEASONABI.K APPBOACH 
“If Oak Bay is to pre*ei-ve 
Its poaltion aa a good place 1 
to live and a well-run munici ' 
pality. and is to resist the' 
pressures to take away our 
autonomy, we must tajee a 
reasonable, businesslike sp- 
pioach to all problems and he 
prepared'to negotiate with our 
neighbors and senior govern- 
menu." he .said. 

Coun. ("ox a lawyer, .said 
•the practire of law In this 
day and age trains one to take In 1952 the downtown 
a business-like appmaidi to Kiwams Club of Victiwia cm- 
problems .so vital in municipal Itarked on a Sl^UOO.OUU proj- 
governments." . net to assist .senior citizens 

Coun, Watts said the reeve | in the Gfisner Victotia area, 
■iiip tlectton is "not an oidin , A start wa.s made on the 


Kitvanis Shoots for $30,000 


DWIGHT gri:e.n 


to sell the land. This is well 
documented, for a large group 
was present and can lie pres¬ 
ented on oBth." Coun. Cawl.s 
said. 


housing project which today and each tenant has a bed- 
has a capital outlay of sitting room. The total out- 
$590,000. lay Is $75 a month. 

To date the village con- At the present Unae there 
silts of ,i0 individual cot- are 136 perions In residence 
tages designed foe elderly in the Village and Villa, 
couples and survivors. When the Villa at a cost 

^ ^ , of $140,000 Is completed it 

will provide for an additional 
Ttie couples pay a modest 2,^ persons, 
rent of tin for an electric- see 

ally-heated cottage with the 

only other cost being eiec- There is a waiting list for 
ti'icity which averages $11 a both the Village and the 
month Including heating. Villa. 

The villa is for single per- About 1.300 canvassers will 
aotv,, mcal.s are provided take port in the porchlignt 


The Kiwanis Club of Vic¬ 
toria is shooting tor $30,000 
in iu 7th Annual POrchlight 
Drive Monday evening. • 
Funds from the drive are 
earmai'kcd for a start on the 
completion of the Villa part 
of Kiwanis Village 


























A4 liila flplanUt. VicMria t 
ThyrUav, Nn. I*. 19*3 


lledhtrihution 


Grit-Tory 

Action 

Proposed 

O IT AW A fCP> Joint nom- 
liiaiion* by th« prim* ministrr 
and the oppoiiUoo leader are 
prv^poaed to till poata on the in¬ 
dependent commisuon* that will 
reshape the biajndariej ol par¬ 
liamentary conitltueniiea. tak- 
liu: the jub out of laJitin lor 
Oie (irat time. •' 

State Secretary PickoraRiH 
anveited thia feature of the re- 
di-tiibutioB leKialalion Wednes- 
dav in the face of fears ea- 
pi-essed In the Commons about 
details of the leslalation not yet 
riade puUir. 

(iri:\KER TO ACT ' 

PirkiTsRiil. repeatins that 

II ihe majority want! differeni 

)iiii\i^iaaa the goveisiment will 
*■ rept them. *a;d it i* pro¬ 
wled that the Speaker of the 
C ■nimiins appoint commii»i«i 
^lemhers on the joint Tecom-| 
mendation of the prime minister 
and leader of the opposition. ' 
■ In tlie event of a difference 
w\cr the nominations, the 
Siieidter would resolve it. Or. if 
^ll’s ppefened someone else.^ 
ttie chief justice of Canada | 
Would be aiceplabte. i 

I One thing he sranld not rec- I 
^Mimend was that the decision 
an personnel be made by the 
wahinet. The gifvernment 
If anted to be certain that bothf 
aides had an equal voica in a^ 
(t ling members. 

• Progressive Conservative* re-1 
ilcrated their party's preference 
Sir a single, national commia- 
BII4I to handle Ihe redistribution, 
jib. undertaken after each d^ 
Cennial census. 

III m OMMITTKK 

_ I Inwwver. Marcel Lambert 
*IS' Kdmontnn West I said 
^lere WTSild tie nn nhjeclinn to. 
ailMommiltees of Uic rommia-, 
i( SI doing the redistributian 
dork in each province and 
liringing Ihe result! back to Ihe 
main commission. 

He and Gordon Aiken (PC—I 
Parry Sound-Muskoka I raised 
iilijections to the govemment'i 
pniioaa] that 10 commissions—j 
one for each province -handle 
tlie redistribution, linked by 
a representation commissioner 
wIhi four of the parties in the 
H iiise have suggested should he 
Hel-on Castongpay. now the 
cjiief electoral officer, 
t .Mr. I..amhei1 urged ^f^. Pick- 
•fi -glll to gi\e greater detail of 
the redisli ibutkm prt>|io**l* ra- 
iji. r than have MPa wait until 
Idler Stages of Ihe debate, > 


r V ‘ 

l our irarx 


(Hhiwa 
Extends 
Mine Aid 

OTTAWA (CP I—Extension 
or the Emergency Gold Mining 
A.ssistance Act lor four more 
years was announced in the 
Commons Werlnesday by Mine* 
Minister Benidick.son. 

The formula lor assistance 
PMvments. based on each 
ITine's errsis In producing aft 
oiiiii'e of gold. wiH he un- 
(Jiaiiged 

• Federal aai was siai led in 
iJ'W to keep gold mining com- 
ihiinilies alive It lias paid out 

h'tvNeen SlJ.nnn.nno and $ 1 . 1 . 
(ks 1.1)00 each \iMr. 

ONK GHA.M.K 

Mr Hen>dick.soii said their 
will be only one change in the 
regulations. Lode gold mines 
brought into operation after 
June 30, 1965, will be eligible 
for aid only if the mine pro 
videe dirret support to an exist 
ing community. 

Purpose of the restriction 
l.« to prevent eslabliahmenl of 
new gold mining communities 
which would add to existing 
■odal problems, lie said. 

Terrorijils 
Ki<lna|> 
L'.S. Officer 

CARACAS, VenmtiiHa (AP) 
-. Armed terrorist* seized Col 
.Isilief K I'Ih lialllt of Ihe I « 
Army mission Wednesday and 
afniited him a way. - 
; 'We Just want him fw pntp 
eg.iiitla piir^MiM-s." a Spiihish 
■(ii'iking ealler later lele- 
|l ii'iied Ihe emhas-y. ' Don't 
wiirry. We aie not going to 
harm him." 

Four men seized Chenault, 
Ci as he stepped from his 
home, cwercame his Venegue- 
Ian chauffeur, dl^hled the ^ 
^ire'of the colonel’* car, then 
off with him in a 1952- 
aiodel white car* 

I The car later was found 
gli.'ndoned. 

' I’restimahiy the seizure 1$ 
lip- work of the Armed Forivs 
(•' National l.,>Oeratiun which 
i* carrying out a terror ram 
jei gn in an attempt to aabo 
lage Hie Dec. 1 presidential 
ol.s'llon and to overthrow 
Pre.sident Romulo Betancourt. 
Tne AFNT, has sworn al¬ 
legiance 10 Fidel rastro’s Cuba. 


INDEPENDENT 


COS Ti 


FOOD MARKETS 


FRIENDLY LOW GOST STORES ARE LOCATED IN EVERY DISTRICT ON 

SOUTHERN VANCOUVER ISLAND 


Adtii't Law C*it, 14(1 Haillaia Strtft 
Irawa'i Law Cait, 104 Masilat Strtat 
Ckicli't Law CtsI, }||| Carai Hasi 
Sipar Law Catl, Ml Etgttiatlt R**4 
Iraak'i Lew Cast, IMI Oak lay Asaaat 
Qikk't Law Cast, }224 Satka Raad 
8tr4*s'a Law Catl, 1(4 Iarati4a R*a4 
■trkta't Law Celt, Illl leatei A«e., tidaiy 

Prices Kffectixe Nov. - -•» - .111 ' 


Hinkariei't Lew Celt, 1(0 Matt Strtat 
Htkki' Lew Cast, 510 Criifilewtr Reik 
Jua's Lew CesI, 2(1 (ilmenl Read 
Lee ( Seal Lew Ce:t, 4015 Qvidra Street 
Lewis' Lew Cest, 23S7 Fial ley Read 
Rerler'i Lew CesI, 2011 Cedkere lay Read 
Prioa'i Lew Cest, 114 Geldslreeai Aeeaue 
Glee Lake Lew Ceil, 2(11 Saeka Read 


Reid's Lew CesI, 214 Geldsiream Reed 
Si«en Oiks Lew Cest, 2935 Ceray Read 
Simmens' Lew Cast, 101 Craigllewir Read 
Wills' Lew CtsI, 1514 Quadra Street 
Willkura's Lew Cest, 1051 Ptadera Avenue 
Will-O-Wey Lew Cast, 2510 Cedkere lay Road 
Wilsea's Lew Cest, 401 lurnsidt Read 
Rayaer Lew Celt, ISII lltakinsey Read 

He Kesene the Right to Limit ({iiantitioR 


FEATURING PRODUCTS MADE IN B.C. 


FAMOUS 

ROYAL CITY BRAND 


FANCY 

PPAC Sized, 

■ ^ 15-oz. tin. 


Vi Case 
6 Tins 


BEANS witk PORK 


15-OZ. tin. 



CUT GREEN 


BEANS *■".2 


35 129 


CREAM STYLE 




79 


15-OZ. tin. 


PRUNE PLUMS 


95 


15-OZ. tin. 


PEARS FANCY 


Haives, 15-oz. tin. 


2 


79 



3 Tins 


59' 


45 


65 


45 


50 


75 


B.C. GRAIN 

FED BEEF 

PRIME RIB 
ROAST.... 

1,69* 

SHORT 
RIBS.... 

11.39' 

PACIFIC MILK 

48 

TALL CANS 

5^99 

CASE■•■■> 




T‘^;:.is 2 r, 45' 

CUT RITE WAX j||%| 

Refills Z re,,. 49 


SUN-RYPE 

APPLE JUICE 

Bine Labeiy 20-oz. tin. 


89 


95 





CARNATION MILK 3.na79* 

TEA BAGS SALADA ORANGE 5^49 Sparton Apples 

RIPE OLIVES 2for69‘ 
Pineapple-Grapefruit H 39‘ 


SARAN WRAP 


25-foot roll 


33 


GOLDEN RIPE 

BANANAS 
4 lbs.49' 

JUMBO 

LEMONS 

dozen ... 53* 


Tuffy’s Nuts 3nd Bolts p.ek...39" 


LOW COST MARKETS ARE 100<!^o INDEPENDENTLY OWNED BY THE MERCHANTS 
ON VANCOUVER ISLAND. YOU WILL FIND A FRIENDLY LOW COST MARKET IN 
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lAquul llydro^pti ®‘‘ 

New Rocket Boosts 
U.S. Moon Hopes 


Quiet Canadian Threat 
Won Fliers Fair Trial 


CAPK CANAVERAL. F1 a. 
(API—A supercharged Atlas- 
Centaur, (irat Bi>are rocket witbr 
engines (lowered by liquid hy¬ 
drogen. scored its initial test- 
flight success hurling its five- 
ton upiier stage into orbit about 
the earth Wednesday. 

VITAL LINK 

The success, coming after 
Centaur, gave a boost to U.S. 
(■tans for manned and un¬ 
manned moon exploration. 

I The rocket is tonsidered 
miBin. The rocket is considered 
a vital link'in the lunar prr^ 
gram, betause It is pioneering 
liquid hydrogen technology and 
because of Its assignment to 
land unmanned craft on the 
moon in advance of astronaut 
expeditions. 

The shot was the second from 
Ca|ie Canaveral in less than 17 
hours with a bearing on the 
moon program Tuesday night, 
an Interplanetary Monitoring 
Platform was hoisted Into space 
to study solar radiation which 
threatens astronauts on lunar 
voyages. 

■EC'OND STAOE FIRE* 

The 109 - fool - tall Atlas-Cen¬ 
taur blazed away from earth at 
?:03 p.m. EST on the 3S7.000 
pounds of thrust delivered by 
Its Allas booster stage. Apiuox- 
Imalely four minutes later, the 
Centaur iiecond stage sciiaralcd 
and its pair of hydrogendriven 
engines fired for 3*0 sei-onds to 
Inj^t into an eliplical orbit. 

The target route was a course 
ranging from 34S to l.OIS miles 
above the earth. 

The U.S, National Aeronau¬ 
tics and Space Administration 
amnunced an hour after laum h- 
Inf that the rocket had followed 
its predicted i-ourse almost ex¬ 
actly and entered an orbit rang¬ 
ing from 30* to 1.06* miles high. 

The orbiting Ontaur stage, 
weighing 10.200 pounds, will he 
moatiy dead weight and have 
no scientific value. A radio 
trackiiK beacon was to stop 
transmitting after about 10 
hours flight. The purpose was 
to aheck orbital Insertion charv 
acteristirs of (he Atlas-Centaur 
combination. ' 

Much was riding on the 
launching first for the much- 
troubled Centaur program since 
the initial flight vehicle ex¬ 
ploded high above Ca|>* Canav¬ 
eral 1* months ago. 


Ry J.Vt k REST 

TORONTO iCPi The Cana¬ 
dian government walked softly 
^ t>ut carried a big stb-k in the 
I affair of the two Canadian pilots 
Irieil in Havana last Satunlav 
ion charges of [lossessing c.\(iio- 
I .sives and conspiring agaimst 
Culw. (See also Page .'’■5.> 

Prime Minister Pearson and 
External Affairs Minister Mar¬ 
tin were diplomatically re¬ 
strained In their pre-trial |>ublic 
' statements about the cases of 
Ronald Patrick L i p p e r t of 
Kitchener Oni . and William 
Milne of Montreal. 


dated In every (sissible way by 
tlie Cuban govemmem- the ver- 
dii t otiviousiy had tieen decided 
tiefoiehand at tlie cabinet level. 

The (ivc-man mihlarx tribu¬ 
nal wen! thiviugh ibe motions 
of retiring for 2*s hours to lon- 
sider its decision which later 
was read at length from a thn k. 
IxHind volume bin ltio.se in 
touch with the situation wrie 
certain that Milne would get off 
and Lipiieii would get a jail 
term They also wei-e prepared 
to predii I that Lipiten s sen- 
trnie will he cominuled after 
a relalively short time. 


Through diiilomatic ebabnets. 
however, Canada let ttie Cuban 
' government know that any at- ( 
tempt at summary justice f 
would have most serkius con¬ 
sequences (or Canadian-Cuban i 
relations I 

The clear implication was - 
that ahouiri either Lipiteii nr 
Milne be shot, Canada would 
have to reconsider its policy of 
rnnilnued diplomatic and trade 
ties with the Communist-coo- 
trolled Caribbean republic. 

* • * 

The result of this pressure 
was that the two fliers were 
given a (air public trial—by Cu¬ 
ban revolutionary standards— 
which ended with Lippen being 
lentenced to 30 yean m priaon 
and Milne being acquitted. I 
Had they been Cuban citizena, I 
there is no doubt that Lippert, 
at least -a self-confessed spy i 
(or the U.S. Central Intelligence 
Agency—and possibly Milne too 
would have gone before a firing 
squad, afte^ a cursory secret 
trial. 

* a * 

The episode demonstrates 
that the Castro gavemment still, 
attaches high Importance to lit, 
relatioRi with Canada, even 
though Its initial enthusiasm 
has been dampened 
When the United Statei sev¬ 
ered trade ties with Cuba three 
yean ago. and later broke off 
diplomatic relations, Canada re¬ 
fused to follow suit, and the 
Casirn propaganda machine ex¬ 
ploited the policy split. 


Though mote than lair in Ihe 
Cuban tome.xl. Ihe trial was a 
farce by Canadian siandaixlx 
The Canadian embassy re- 
cruitwi two excellent Havana 
lawyers who were iiennilted to 


viejt The [iriK'itcrv rn volpai'.v 
conlincmrm and had anc^x to 
doiumcntv jicpaicd by the 
piitsccmii'n. 

.Su'h pi IV ilcci'v jic unlicaixl 
ol in I avcs’invulv in-.; Cuban se¬ 
curity. 

• * * 

However thciv was no rniss. 
examination of pmsecuiion wil- 
ncsscs and at one stage lour 
government officials in succes¬ 
sion gave evidenie in Spanish 
nol translated into English Liis 
jieii and Milne ixiulri no' under¬ 
stand what was being said 
against them. 

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Tovvorins!. 108-foot Atlas-Centaur space launch 
vehicle stands on Cape Canaveral pad before test 
Wednesday. Uppcr-stajre Centaur is identified by 
white insulation.— (AP Photofax) 


Today Canada is one of a 
handful of weatern hemisphere 
nations that continue to deal 
ts'lth Cuba. However, it hat left 
no doubt about iti dislike for 
Cuba's tieup with the Soviet 
bloc, and hai dliappotnted Ha-' 
vana by refusing to deal com¬ 
mercially with Cuba except on 
a caih-^-carry basis. 

Still, the Cuban government 
deems the relationship between 
the two countries important 
enough to heed Canadian warn- 
' ings. 

I * * * 

Though a trial was alaged 
jwith nine Canadian cories|x>nd- 
enls admitted and accommo- 


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Yale Result Official 


The BC. A|ipeel Couit yea ) 
terday dismtaaed the appeal ' 
of Social Credtlrr Irx'tne Cor 1 
belt agairut a County Court j 
recount In Yale cotvstuuency, i 
giving the seal to New Demo 
cral William Hartley. I 

A reexvunt gave Vale to Hart- ‘ 
ley by hx voles and .Mr. Cot 
hett appealed, on gixMinda i 
spoiled halloia had been ar- 
eepird In the recount conduii 
*d by Judge F K, Grlmmrll 
Mr. Corbett. MI-A for Yale 
since I9N3, aaid he la dl« 
t|*pointrd the Ihiee appeal 

PKOPOHF.D (iRIII P 
Miirgaiet Ro,xe Walt, a native 
of Ciillingwood, Onl,, proposed 
and headed the Associated 
Oiuntrywomen of Ihe World 
from 1933 until 1947 


Judges apparently failed to 
make any ruling on spoiled 
ballots (or future guidance 
There Ls no machinery for 
further appeal although hr 
could launch a petition. 

‘‘I think there are plenty of 
grounds to start a petition but 
I (eel I have gone far enough,"' 
said Mr. Corbett. 

.Mr. Corbett said the Judge 
accepted balioLs in which a 
vote (or him had been crotwed 


out and a xecond X marked, 
for Mr. Hartley. I 

However, the judge threw 
out ballots correctly marked 
(or Mr. Corbett because voler.x 
had u.sed a pen instead of a 
pencil. 

Mr Corbett said he would 
probably run In the net* pro¬ 
vincial election. 

Standing in the legi.slature 
Social Credit 33, NDP 14, Lib¬ 
eral 5. 


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LADY “SUNBEAM" lsm 

Dainty, imooth-perfomilng 
electric shaver for Rood 
Ri-oominR the easy way. 
Nicely gjft-boxed. Q.88 
8ale Price. O 

W’nedward'a Coinielini, 
yiein Klimr 


Hays Home to Sell Herd 


HIGH RIVER Xlt*. ((T' ■ 
Afneulhire Minisier Harry 
Ha\s Tuesday paitod lelud 
• nUy with moat o( hia rattle 
herrt. 

He sold •••- head from his 
Quarter Cirrle 7u ranch south 
west of this town, .10 miles 
anyth of (Ulsary. Moia than 
20H head irmamlne on the, 
B.nn0.arre ranch will be sold 
In the sprlne- 
REI.I. C ATTI.K 

■T don't feel very good ahnul 
|t," uid the minister lie uni 
tie had to sell the rattle "not 
beeauae I don't have (fond help 
but heeaiise J |uat can't spend 
•noufh time here to lie»^> the 
cattle." 

He said he also wants to 
exclude personal intetests 
from hla position as agrirul- 
tur« mlnlater. 

The 54 purchasers paid a 
total of SI24.1(» for the heid 


or an averace of $19,5 a heed TTie ■'two wav" and ‘black Ontario end QuebtH-. fettle 
• The agricultuie minrster rroas" rattle, ctosehied slraitia men horn the I’nited Slates 
was .satisfied with the sale, developed by Mr. Ha.vs over also attended the sale, but 
Prices were (food, he said, foi the last six \ears, bitHight didn't buy. 
ranch cattle, generally higher pnees than TnO f^KlH 

"These aren’t fancy, high purebsed Hereford and "Ridding went ton high for 

piiced cattle. Tliev'ie. com Angus. them,'’ said XIr. Ha\s' inother 

mensal cattle." Bu\ers came fioni Alboita, fom, who came from his tuene 

* • • • * • 

Absent Hays 111—Chevrier 


OTTAWA ((Ti • A \oifr«n 
0>nii^‘rv«ii\i» MP rompl«inf<1 in 
Ihp Conininn* WrHn^srlay that 
Acrirullui*^ Minister Hayi in 
only a pan-tini# minister. 

a Minivior Chevrier laid 
that Mr. Hays \^a» away fmni 
Ihe (Vwnrnon* hri'aus# hi* ii ill 
Klaion ('arriiff (PC Huron) 
aaiil Mr. Ha>a had he^n away 


from Ottawa la^t week and had 
not t^ren in th« ('ommona this 
week. 

Mr, CTievrier said Mr. Hays’ 
plate at the rurrent fedetal- 
pmvinrlal premiers ronfeirni e 
it beina filled b^’ Rene Trom- 
hlay. (he minister without 11011 - 
folio who II to hernme minister 
of eaxtem aenruMur# when lha 
department is split. 


(liatlea I^mh (PC Virtorla. 
Onl ) provoked a lone hurst of 
lauchier hy otferine his serv¬ 
ices after 40 veai« as an auc¬ 
tioneer to Mr, "^Havs so (he 
acrirtilture minister *‘c n u I H 
spend more (ime in the I,loti.se." 

Mr. Hays has handled irrveral 
rattle audions ainra takine 
over hia [mrtfolio. 


in Cakvillp, Ont.. to liel[> v :th 
the sale. 

Ahoiit 2^tn p»-»?'si>p>;^a*'e* (It'd 
the fjve-Kour sale despite inter 
mi’lent snow and n»*ar fie«'/:ir^ij 

lem|>eiaf».rrs. 

•Mihou^h 1 h» Is a '• .*!! known 
cattle auctioneer, M-. H,\\« 

didn't auction liis own hetii, 

A\ KKA<;k PKK K 

Monday ai Okotoks. l!i) mill's 
south (’tf Calcary. Mr. Havs 
had auctiofird 1 1.% purohrert 
cattle, takinc in an averace 
piiee of Sl.fitiT hiphest pme 
this vear in Canula foi 
Heiefoi d<. 

Tile animals were owned hy 
xl. R Cross 4 Son of Rar Pipe 
Farm. Two young hull.R 
felphed $.1000 niliee 

huvors from Saskateliewan 
paid SL’Vm. S2.L*no atKl $1,200 
foe chIvos. 


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111 .Montreal 

M<»N I (< I’l — rnii* e 

Direi l«»r -I. .\drien Kidterl an- 
n«Min< cfl V «‘s(*‘r(l:iv llial a 

<d Die I'hinf ef(it'f‘r« 
<tf .%4> |Mdl< e (v*r«’*’S In the 
crenier Mofilreal area will h« 
held .Monday le^ eo nrdiniile 
plans for an all out drive in 
cherk a ittnunlinc rrline «ave. 

''Neither the rity aor 1 h« 
siibiirha ran rape wiih Ihe k'la* 
inf rrhna wave IndlvMtially/* 
lllrertnr Rnhert aaid. "Il's fn- 
Inf to lake a erairerled al 
lark hy all law enforreinent 
iHidiew/* 


Italy's Long ('risis 
May Soon lie Over 


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wiihi the ri.’vf few dav.s. 

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T^ie S4>4’iahsT (Vntral C^vm 
mittee has appmved' Hie al 
harice with a to 40 vote, 
cleannc the way for a centre 
left frovemmenf. 

Although it was a vietorv 
for Morn and Soctaliat leadei 
Pietro Nermi, the \Tite rai.sed 
questions in political CH\'Ie»i 
here about the future of the 
divided Socialists. 

live .Soriaiijit party’s pio 
Communtsi wing, which repre 
seots 40 per cent of the 
memhership, bitterly oppose'^ 


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enough \ O* e^ tr» wr^kr-| 
Morn's pai I am'*ntarv m.im ”* 
it\. Rut if It rioutefi the t\ 
cipline dial is traditiona’'y 
strong in I’ahan pames. t 
would put Ncnni In an awk* 
ward pfisilion 

Formation of the ceniielr^t 
government u’lll end the ty>litc 
cal crtsis resulting from Ap* 1 
2S general elniioris in which 
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pered lid. 

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Woodward’s Shaver Sbi(p, 
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Sale 4 .47 

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Tomorrow! 2nd Day of 
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Men’s 2-Pant 
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LADIES’ ENGLISH SLIPPERS 

Cnmfart. colour to last long sftar Christmas . . In 

English kM leather lounging flippers. Low f-M 
wedge heels, shearling collars. fl 

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Unodwaixl’s lodle.’ Hbnea, Mala Kkmr 


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• Newest checks, fancies or plains 

• Blues, greys, browns 

• Styles for young men and men of all 
ages ... 36 to 46. 

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MEN’S SHEARLINGS 

For his leisure hours . . .‘cosy shearling lined smooth 
leather slippers with the rOmfnrt he likes A-tT 
Moulded soles, nihber heels. Wine or tsn. % 

« lo 12. Hale Price II 

Mn.idward'a Men's Shoes. Main Floor 


SMm-FrM Mesh NYLONS! 


An ever welmme gift. . . first quality hosiery 
In durable, smooth fitting seamfree nylon mesh. 
■Sheer quality, lodcnicr for daytime or dres.sy 
wear. Brandy, burnt ember, ginger ... In sires 
8's to 11. 

Sale Prke 

Pair W I U pairs I 

WiHMlward's Hosiery, .Main Floor 


BOYS’ DRESS PANTS 

Kirmly woven nylon acetate and viscose-blond 
dross pant.s in the sliver-slim styl¬ 
ing they like! Charooal grey, brow n il.79 

or green. .Sizes 6-18. 

Sale Price _ 


JR. BOYS’ LONGS 

Wool and ra.von wtirstod flannels 
in trim, slim styling, self holt. Char¬ 
coal brown, grey. Sizes 3-7. 

Sale Price.. - 


HiMMlward's IJngerle, 
Alain Fl<inr 


GIRLS’ ARNEL SLEEPWEAR! 


COTTON SHEEN SHIRTS! 

Good looking vp^rt ihirtR in prr shrunk wiion 
In hluet^, browns, or oUv^. Link chain collar. lr»n? 
in blurs, browns, or ohvr Link rh«1n collar" ^.19 
long Mervp.v. Sizes S to is Fjirh C' 

2 for 4.50 

U <io(fward'« li«*vR' Urar, Main PVor 


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arnel with decorative lace trims. Choice of 

pinks or blues in sizes 4 to 14, You’ll want 

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. . . they’re very special at this Sale Pri*T, 

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A ACNDIKKII tVOKID Of cUKIilMAS 


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A 60.00 Trade-in and Monthly Payments of 15.00 puts this 
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The RCA “Visla” brings concert hall clarity to your own living room. FM radio has been added 
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Brother Zig-Zag Sewing Machine 


Start enJoyinR the convenience of sewing with an efficient 
Portable or Consoie. Each one has a lifetime warranty to 
as.sure you of top value. 


Portable, 

Sale 

Price 


Just some of the assets of the "Brother"— 

• Single and twin-needle sewing 

• Automatic button-holing (’onsolc, 

• Automatic blind hemming Sale 

• Attractive two-tone finish Price 

No Down Payment, Easy Terms 


Woodward's Sew'lng Msehlnes, SMoai Floor 


Admiral 4-Spaad 
Racord Playar 

Fun and inexpensive. This 4-speed Admiral 
portable plays all sizes of records ... It has a 
mounted PM speaker and built-in 4.5 RPM adap¬ 
tor. Smart, durable luggage-type case in white 
with brown, red or green. 

Sale Price .. CD 


Woodward's .Musk (entre, Hwn a d Flmr 


Prietd at.379.95 Lasa tradt.60.00 

SALE PRICE-Yoo Pay Oily 

319 ” 

Woodward** K^rond Floor 


Eurtka Vacuum Cleantr 


id Euraka 2-Brush Polishar 

irprise her at Christmas with these wonderful 
lUschold helpers. A Eureka Canister Vacuum 
1h attachments and twin-brush polisher that 
okes short work of shining floors—both for 
e low price gg.88 


Woodward's Appllanres, Serond Floor 


Fireplace Se,ts 


4-Plere Set 
Sale Price, 


Solid hra.ss "Bronk.s" companion sel.s with 25-lnrh 
high stand, brush, fire tongs, poker and shove!. 
Ijicqurrcd finish to retain its original beauty . . , 
no polishing, ever! Priced extra low for gift¬ 
shopping time' 

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Shopmala 10'* Integral 
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• Rips to centre of 4'x8’ 
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• Carpenter's Apron and Pencil 

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joint*. Ideal for small wood- 
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SALE! 

Woodward’s ‘^Reo” 
Interior Paints 


a*0 LUST^ 

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SALE PRICES 


Woodward'a Paints, Main Floor 


FIVE WAYS TO PLAY SANTA 


Slide Viewer 

-Pana Vue” 1" for 35mm 
and 127 slides. Operaica 
on two type C batleriei 
that come with viewer. 
8 ale Price, C-O* 

complete_ 

Woodward's Cameras, 
Main Floor 


6-Volt Lantern 

For your car, ramp or 
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Ijiniprn, omplete with 
long , lasting 6 volt bat¬ 
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Choice of slzea at on* 
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each 


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if 

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colours and white. I 


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woods, all with leather grips and 
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IR Balln Calonl*!. Victnia 
~ TkynJar. Not. 21. 1963 

Trial 

Choking 

Story'^ 

Heard 


NEW WE5?rMIN.-^ER iCPt 
—For the second time in the 
cipital murder trial of Ken¬ 
neth .Nteeker an a.-wi/e court 
Jury Tuestlay heard a cotifes- 
cion given to RCMP that he 
Cook the life of 12'>'eir-old 
Alice Mathers, of Mission, last 
June. 

A taperecorded interview 
with Meeker taken by SJsgt. 
J. W. Purdy in Cranbrook 
July 3 was played for the Jury. 
In the interview Meeker was 
recorded as saying that he 
■trangled the girl in a gravel 
pt near Deroche and left the 
body there. 

■ANDN, ROPE 

The Jury Thursday had 
heard another atalement taken 
CroRi Meeker by S.Sgt. E D. 
Andenon in Kimberley in 
which Meeker admitted 
■irangllng the girl with his 
hands and a rope. 

Ihla earlier statement. S.Sgt. 
Anderson told the jury, had 
been taken on the night ol 
July 2., 

S.Sgt. Purdy, in addition to 
playing the recorded Interview, 
also read to the jury a type¬ 
written transcribed copy of the 
tape recording. 

Both the recording and the 
transcribed .statement had 
been the subject of a trial 
within a trial before Mr. Jus¬ 
tice H- Maclean ruled they 
am-e admissible as evidence. 

During the Interview at 
Cranbrook, when S..Sgt. Purdy 
warned the accused that he 
faced a possible murder 
charge, the officer quoted 
Meeker as sav'ing he wanted 
to tell tha story. 

“I can't take this no longer," 
Meeker was recorded as .«sy- 
Ing. Tve been drunk ever 
since then, until I got picked 
up last night." 

S.Sgt. Purdy said Meeker ap¬ 
peared normal when ha Inter 
viewed him. 

O.V HIGHWAY 

The recording dewrlbed how 
Meeker and his brother, James 
Lennard, picked up Alice Ma¬ 
thers on the highway near Mis 
Sion and drove to tha gravel 
pit east of Deroche. 

James Lennard Meeker has 
pleaded guilty to a charge of 
having unlawful Intercourse 
with Alice Mathers and li 
swailing aentenoe. 

The accused, according to 
the Cranbrook interview, told 
el having kiterraurse with the 
girl St the gravel pit and after¬ 
wards strangbng her. 


Vitflent Crime 

Compensation 

Planned 

For Victims | 

LONDON (Reuters) — The 
Conservative government Is still 
working on a plan to compen¬ 
sate victims of violent crimes 
fai Britain, but It Is not yet 
known when It will he put he- 
fore Parliament, authoritative 
•ourres said Wednesday. 

They said the government is 
■till studying two proposals 
made hy a government u-orklng 
party first tel up in 19W) 

Proposed action on ttie basis 
of one of these plans Is expe< ted 
to he put before the present 
final session of this Parliament 
in a white paper to he followed 
by a bill in the new Parliameni 
after tha general election. 

Both plans now being consid¬ 
ered by the government wiaild 
cost an estimated gl.OOU.OOO 
(SJ.ON.OOOi a year. 

PAYMENTS 

Ona Is hir weekly paymenls 
to be made to people incapa- 
ciialad by cnmlnal assault, tsith 
payments to tha dependents of 
penpk killed. 

The other it for a "cnutl 
scheme.” in which a lump sum 
■f compensation would be de¬ 
cided by the eourts unless a set¬ 
tlement la reached out of court.* 

Throe Hurt 
In Fire j 
In Montreal 

VANCOUVER (CPI — Four 
persons were Injured early Wed¬ 
nesday in a three-alarm apart¬ 
ment block fire in the Mount 
Pleasant district which tent 22 
ten.mts fleeing ll>tO Ihe strert 

Robert Jordan. 41, sebo hurtled 
through an upstairs window with 
pyjamas sflsme, suffered sec- 
•nd and third-degree burns to 
9(1 per cent of his body and was 
rei>orted in critical i-ondltlon in 
hospital. 

BROKEN ARM 

His wife, Alice, 44. juniiied JO 
feet from a back window and 
suffered a bn>ken arm when she 
hit the ground. 

Frank and Anna Reisinger, 
both 39, also Jumped from up¬ 
stairs windows In the two-storey, 
block. He suffered a fractured 
spliM and his wife received a 
broken arm and burns. 


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Watch 


Culinary 

Capers 

Chan 8 and CHEK 6 


Thur., 12:45 to 1:00 


KRAIT 

IkLI. niikA Dill* Heib. Spice. 

l»nip Uips B-oz. pkts. Each. 

1 

.. 35' 

LtBVNEYS’ 

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.47' 

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1 

CJ1 

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Football Wafers . 

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.. 43' 

CHRISTIES' 

Sociable Crickars . 

29' 

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Dip Mixes pti . 

CM 

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1 

1 

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Nuts and Bolts t-oz pk . 

.45' 


WOODWARD’S 


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WOODWARD’S SUPREME 


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OLD DUTCH 


f Prices Effective 
November 28, 29 and 30 

Personal Shopping Only 

We Reserve the Right to 
Limit Quantitiea 

Shop Thiriday 
and Friday 
til 9 p.m. 


Potato Chips 


Tii-pak and 

Onion and Garlic, 6-oz. ... 


QUAKER 

Oats 


Quick, 
5 Iba. . 


C Instant 
72-oz. .. 


KENT AUiSTRALIAN 


Peaches, Pears and Apricots ^.2 for 


.00 


SNOW FLAKE 


Candy Features 


Shortening 


2'i lb. Canistcr. 


JAPANESE 


GREY CUP SPECIAL 


Creams and Jellies 

Orange Creams and Orange and Black Jelllea in ihapa 
of Footballa. 


Mandarin Oranges 


FLORIDA INI»AN RIVER LARGE SIZE 2S and 27 


Sweet Juicy, 

Ea.sy to Peel, 

No Seeds-llulS. 


l,b.39' 2,b.7S« erapefruit 


Pink and White. 
Average lbs. each 


.5 for 99' 


LOWNEY’S 


Peanut Clusters 

£^Qc 

Milk Chocolate, Ib.___ 


CALIFORNIA 

Grapes 


Red Emperor, 
Grade U.S. No. 1 


lbs. 


25' 


IMPORTED FROM TEXAS 


REAL GOLD 


Cucumbers or Green Peppers n... 3 for 25 


Pritzils 


Straight pkL 


PURITAN 

SaidwKh 

Spnads 

tina 

4 fog 49’ 


CMRlSnES’ 

GUppers 

Bacon Dipperx, 
French Onion Thun 
Packet 


IA:N<3U»N MEAT 

Kllk, Pram, 
Spork 

Uoz. tin 

2 for 79* 


WOODWARDS 

Fresh Nil 
Assortmeit 

Bridge Mix 

So7.. 


WOODWARD or 
KING OSCAR 

Sardtaes 

In OUvaOU 
m-OB. On 

29* 


PURITAN 

Beef Stew 

IS-oz. tin 

3 d. 00 

for I 

WOODWARD# 

Oysters 

Fancy Smoked 


CHRIS’nES' 

Cheese Nips 

14-oz packet 


tXJLMAN'S HOT 

Mustard 

2-oz. jar 


EUPHRATES 

HfJSTESS 

Bread Wafers 

koz packet 

55* 

z. ~ i Mr———■ 

SL'N RAY 

Small Shrimp 

iU-or. tin 


( BETTY CROCltER 

Meffia Miles 

j aii-oa. packto 

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Thurtdov Nov 2a. 14a3 



BICKS 


ROSE 


ROSE 


GRAIN-FED ALBERTA BEEF 


Sirloin or 

Club, Canada Choice, lb. 


CANADA CHOICE 


Boneless, Thick snd Juicy, lb. 


CANADA CHOICE 


PI RITAN 


Minvis 

Itoilios 

Foimd 

rriNK, tirrmupv (I 1*11 — 

ctl Iht* l*«nhr'> mI llir#*t* of Ih^ 
'■< iiihi<‘r«» kiUt‘0 In Ih** Mu* 
thilitf* lr«iu iiitiif Oct. tl< 

Thf boilii** «rri> f«<und Ml m 
depth of ‘MO Ici t. hurled uiMleb 
of mud. I he «enr<'h lor 
the rrtiuilniii); haadle^ tiiHV 
tAke up In tMo He*'kA. 

me% eM inint'rn werr re*i iied 
%u\. Miter heini; tr:«p|»ed It 
iIm>a in fin air |mm kel. Irn 
others Here hAied r«rUrr. 


(}A0j ^ 

Peter Piper Never Picked Such a Perfect Pack of 




as you’li find here. 


What's your favorite brand and kind bf piddes? You'll find them at Woodward’s. Here are just a few of the 
many many kinds on our shelves all priced lower to give you better value. 


NEW' ORU'-ANS aiPP A 
tliivp man fwleial court Wnl- 
ncMlay struck down Louisi¬ 
ana's v o l c r "InlPiprclation’* 
lest for ivj;L-.liaUon as "a wall” 
blocking Negroes from Ute 
polls It also forbade 21 
[lai'islics icountiesii to use the 
stale's new "citizenship test'* 
for voter reglatratton. 

l'.S. Distiicl Judge Heibeit 
W, Christet*berr>’ of New Or- 
U-ans and VS. Circuit Judge 
Joiin Minor WLsdoni of Atlanta 
signed the opinion. District 
Judge E. Clordon West ot 
Baton Rouge dissented. 

TEST 'A WAI.E' 

The opinion described tlie 
inteipietation test as "a wall 
between registered voters and 
unregistered, eligible Negio 
rolers in Louiaian.i.'' 

It. further said that the test 
'•ha.s been the highest, besit- 
guarded, most effective barrier 
to voting in Louisiana,” since 
the Siipieme Court abolished 
tile ''white primary.” 

The 21'parkih injunction wni 
Bgalnat the citizenship test, 
which ronlBin.s multiple ehoieo 
questions about state and fed¬ 
eral government, t^ make ths 
I interpretation teat decrea ef¬ 
fective. 


R.C. Arrmt 


Lonisifiiui 


Voter 


Barred 


VASOOUV’KR fCPt—lahwyw- 
MLA Cfordon DonwlinR Mid Tu«- 
d«>' hf M’tli ■ writ of hMt>eas 
corpuH f<v the of Henry 

HturiMnn. 41. ArmHod by city 
p()tW fnr Senftfe Muthoritiw. 

Ifori'iMim wa.< takm Imn rti«- 
indy Monday by fraud aqu;id 
deieciivrs on triocraphrd in- 
AtnjrtionM from Settle poJiru. 
Tht wired warrant all«ire« ^rand 
karreny of $3,000 by falM pre- 
t*nce«. 

When Harrism wan bmu^hf 
to enurt. Mairistrata Cjordm 
Scott said he w'as disturbed by 
Hnrrmn ‘1 appearance. 

*‘1 don’t think 1 have any 
juriAdlctkm an The warrant la 
from another count r\’,'’ he aaid. 
‘ All 1 can do it note ttiat he la 
here.’* 

Pnwfcutor Stewart McMoiran 
said dial wai all tfiat he uai 
asking. 


Moptinfj'H 
Today 
In Victoria 


McLARENS 


TRADER Vies 


Miriihino j Hoi Rom 


Cliorrits 


NALLEYS 


BaHer 


e 10-ot 
? Jar 


flit. I 2Slb. 

89* I **■« 


Psiily Flosr j,, 

lb. 4 -tt 

g . I Tins . 


CAMPBELLS 


LANGIS 


Clam Chowder I Tom I Jerry 

I 

1 A-OZ. « 9C* I Batter Mix OQ 

Tins— t for ww I* ISssz. .. _Ww 


fl OCEAN SPRAY 1 si . i . 

I Craiberry | Dairylaod 

1 Sauce I Egg Nog 

Whole or Jellied 


Batter Mix OQa 


1" o^. 

; Tins 


CHINESE 


Taag Drotting i Frozeu Dinuers i 

I Dragon I Mtal BlIIS 


Dragon 

Hoz. 

Pkg.- 


69* I 

■ Tin -I- 


IMPOR-n.D •’ CLARKS 

ROBERTSONS _ _ , 

Miimiiait Oven Crock 

Golden Shred. Silver I BtaOt 

Shred. Scotch k 

13-og. « 1 -M I 9 AQ* 

Jar O lor I I Jar -- ^ for ■*« 


(illooiliMs 


MAYFAIR, 


tt onuin lot 

AI.BANY. N Y, (AP)- Mrs. 
Mary R.' Schissler turned 104 
Wrdnekdai. and ■ greal-ereal- 
rranddauehtfr, .Suaan Iflchner, 
turnrd one )ear. 


• Kiwanis Club of Victoria, 
Sa Beaver, will meet in tha 
Tally-Hn Ilotei, T 10 a m. 

• The Canadian Guild nf 
Health will meet In SL John's 
Parish Hall. 2 p.m. 

• Gordon Bgwes, author rt 
'Peace River Chronicle.” will 

speak on British Columbia s 
Peace River Country St a meet¬ 
ing nf the B C ifi-lntical Asatv 
cialinn in the Douglas Buikbng 
cafelena. K IS p m. 

• Riwani- Club nf Oak Kay 
will mM-t in the Oak Bay Beach 
Hotel, I) :15 p m. 

• An Burge-- YMCA phv-l- 
caj direntnr will addirss the 
Oprimlst Club nn the Sth flnrrr, 
Yarrrm Building. C2S Fhrl, U 10 
p m 

• Brjan Renwick. Canadian 
Parifie Airlines vales and trail.o 
vvee-pTr'Kident. will address Rn- 
lari' Club of Vir1r.rla at tha 
Empress lintel. ,3 10 p.m. 

• CpI R C King nf tiv# 

RCMP will v|«ak on crime dev. 
leefion at a meeting nf the Y's 
Men s Club In tiie YMCA. « ,0 
pm. . ' 

• Radio Lilei-tronlr Te< h- 
nictans Aaes-rriation dlhner 
meeting in the Colonial Inn, 
Jame^ Bay, k p.m. 


WOODWARIYS PITTED 

Ripe Olives j.^_ 


HEINZ 

Bread aid Battar Pickles 


Ifioi. 

Jar- 


BICKS SWEET OR HOT 

Banana Peppers .45* 

SENORITA LOOSE PACK 

SluHsl OKvsj ;L“..._.39’ 


Swsst Ghirkiit ^ 


WOODWARD'S SPECIAL 

Super Colossal .39* 

BICKS SMALL 

Sweet Gherkins _45* 

ROSE 

Homs Stylo Dillo;;*_45‘ 

McI.ARENS 

Kosher Baby Dlllo T:.....3T 

ROSE 

Sweet Mixed Pickles 39* 

16 oz. Jsr _ 


LIBBY'S 


Manzanilla Olives 


LAINGS 


Pickled Onions 


Sweet Onions 


Plain Dills 


Sweet Onions Z' 


Sweet Mixed Pickles aq, 

24<iz. Jar _ 


Polski Ogorki Dills f.;\ 49* 


M.LARENS 


Medium Gherkins 


1 ““.... 45* 


Kosher Dills 


Jwr -- 


ROSE 

Bread and Butter Slices 

16 oz. Jar ----- 


BOYS! GIRLS! 

ENTER THE FOOTBALL CONTEST! 

10 FOOTBALLS, AutoKraphrd by B.C. Lions Players, to be Given Away 

Bm the DIaplay la Woodward'a Mayfair Food Floor 


Serviettes 


White and 
Assorted colours 


CLARK'S 


2 for 35*^ Tomato Juice tin _12 for 59* 


CLARK'S 


Paper Toweis Colours- for 45*^ Pineappie Juice 9 eq 

Hawaiian Gold, 48-oz. tin_ ^ for 


BARBECUED 


Chicken 




8 Ifas. belhr^ 
rooking, each_ 


LEAN 


Pork Steaks 


Cut from 
Boston Butts, lb.. 


SUPREME 


Potato Saiad 

FRESH GROUND 

Beef». 


Bra Wright 
Recipe, to... 


MONEY'S 


Siiced Mushrooms r 29’' 


Fresh Baked 


Footbaii Layer Cake 

Fancy Cliorolale Orenfe Mart»l« Cake. - atH • U<‘4. ti a. 

4 

39*^ Cinnamon Buns 6 for 25’ 









































Saanirli TTospilal 



ft im 


20 Ballu Qotonlai- victwta 


Pioneer~Pa tien t 
Helps at Opening 


W reeked 

Boiler 

Operating 


Th#» HlV' r(liic;ilinn r1r[>ai*- Tlif* landinp of i'hJ'M n t'«»k '■* ’■. 1 l-«n. ’rnvr 

irnt tias HiiM-nd Mai- Crf.TKe al iv aKn iiv . 

: ■ h o 1 , ■> n that h.s l«».k f.xi'rrirn.-rs - • Ihr rally M'ai h)^ p.,l,li>tirr. 

. ,, mi>Mi'nanrv and pi.'iirn ^ftli ly 

an.-iimn- Mand s Wcl Cnast in.iuj,,,, „ ,h,. ocon.anic |»; I , 

rRLMWl’. has la-rn apprnvrd as hi^tiirs of Ihr ana diirin): iho 1 ^ 011*4111 

pcntnmi'rniwl readinj; for sro- past 100 years. - i, . ^ 

mlai'N srlHMiIs tliroiiKhoiJt the AUo dosorilK'd is iho rcartitin ^ | 

rovince. of the West Coa^t Indians when 

iv<‘h<x)l librarians will obtain they sighted their fust ship, and Tenders uid he soii>;ht 
leir eotiies front the testliofik Ote habitations, wavs, Qustonis (atcrera w 1 k> wi^h to o^tei'aTr t 4 
ranrh. Parliament Buildinps, and *fiipersrtiions of those people, restaurant >*in Vtetona*^! On- 
irinria, * Other chapters deal with the termial Square plajhouse. 

The IVWpaue N'rtk. with 110 early fur traders. The planning committee 

lluvtratinfis i** a condensed IThe autlior has also rnmpile<l y enrh>i'setl a recommenda- 
uniniar> nf events of histi^ric a list giving the names of 211 ion that the caterer be reqiiir«-^1 
alue which occurred in this vessels which were lost in the j,, spend a minimum of $40.i^t0 
rea. Iteginning with the sight- treachemus ''gravrvard of the on restaurant equipment. T!ie 
ng nf island shores for the first Pacific.*' cdy will o^ntrol intenor de.sign 

tme, by the Spaniards. More than 2.nu0 copies of the and the qilality of fixtures. 


“NTrs. Casey, it .s a pleasure 
and an honcer for me to present 
this to you.'* said William 
Thomas Wain. d.'I, at the 
Saanich • owned. private}y-o(ier- 
ated hospital at 4'153 Glanford 
Avenue. 

“I ve Iteen heie aAear and I 
rail it home now," the old 
farmer said. 

Hts father was the laie Henry 
Wain, from Kent, Kn^land. who 
Itec'ame a t«ioneer farmer herei 
In 1R.V) and after whom Wain' 

(j'oss Road in North Saanich is! 
named. 

Coun. Casey snipf‘ed a nhl)onl 
and declared the huUdlng open. 

He told two do/en djgnitariesj 
gathered for the event that * 
while "this |has been a |»et: 
project of mine." credit for it' 
goes to the entire Saanich |||.' 

council. 

bas.s# 

PRKFKRKN<K 

Th» hospital was built by 
Saanich in IS’Jl. when it was 
called the Saanich Memorial „ 

Health Centre. It has been 
I leased for the past 11 years by R'» 

Mr. and Mrs. Hotter Emery, land. 

W'ho Ofierate it as a private hos- him his name w as jm a list of 
pltal. Kiving preference to Saan- possible new press secretaries 

Pierre 


B> J \< K ntl a l»iii<|Uot yesireday during of- 

A man Istrn at Iteep Ct)ve in f'cial niiening o( a S,V1,0(I0 wing 
1®7(>-handed Mrs. Joseph t'asey at Ro\al Oak Pri\ate Hospital. 


WOOnnBRE tCPi -I- The 
ppcovery boiler wdilch e.y- 
ploded here Aug. 18 killing 
■even men has Iwn repaired 
and la now operating, Rayon- 
ler Canada Limited manage^- 
William Pale said Wedneaday. 

Pale said safely recommen¬ 
dations of a eoroner's tury 
OiM. 2 ha\e been carried out. 

The jury had a.skrd for four 
additional Mfety measures at 
llte company's recovery hosier.! 
They were: 

ALL M RNER.S 

Approved burner monitors 
to he Installed on all ehemical 
recovery boiler auxiliary fuel 
burners: 

Careful training and super¬ 
vision of all personnel In¬ 
volved In boiler work; 

Escape outside exists from 
each floor of the multi-storey 
recovery boiler building: 

A special alarm system to 
warn workers whenever emer¬ 
gencies occur. 

The Rayomer plant at 
Woodfibre employs .TV) men. 


Negro Envoy Becomes 
Johnson Press Officer 


Oak Bay high a<^iool princi¬ 
pals and physical education 
teachers said yesterday they 
agree a proposed track lor fool 
races should be located whore 
the senior and Junior school 
properties meet. Tbeir recom- 
Imendation will go to school 
! trustees Dec. 16. 

Victoria Gyroe have offered 
Su.noo tosvard a track and the 
'senior high school has S8.200 
accumulated lor the project. 


Attorney General Bonner will 
be asked to appoint a new 
member to the Victoria police 
commission effective Jan. 1. 

William J. Hamilton, a mem 
her for 12 years, announced 
yestenlay he isn’t eligible for 
' re-appointment. He lacks the 
necessary property qualifka- 
lions. 

•Mr. Hsmilton said he appre- 
elates the "splendid co-opera 
tlon" he received at all times 
from fellow commissioners 
iand officers including former 
chief John Blackstock. Mayor 
Wilson said .Mr. Hamilton had 
made a major eontribution and 
I "will be hard to replace.” 


In Toronto, a sporting goods 
firm proved one man armed with 
a bolt-action rifle could have 
fired the three shots.-in five 
seconds that killed Kennetiy 
and wounded Texas tkivemor 
Ccnnally. 

THREE SHOTA 
•Salesman Peler Crampton. 21. 
B former Canadian Guardsman 
and expert marksman, was 
timed as he squeezed off three 
shots from a bolt-action Mauser 
at a moving target. He got them 
off in 4'* seconds with deadly 
I accuracy. 


stomach acidity 

im relieved eo faet with 

NEW IMPROVED TOMS 

Fresh mint taste! Improved 
buffering action I Easy to take 
anywhere. In the same familiar 
handy rolls, eranomiral 3 roll 
bos and 100 tablet family bottle. 
.Voir, taors lAoa eeer, 

•fa rt’.US Jot tht TUM.UYI 


Rabbit 

Magic: 


lo replace Pierre .Salinger. 
Salinger declined comment. 

ASKrO TO KTAY 

Aiitmr 5krhleMincer. Jr, a 
senior adviser to President Ken- 
nr<ly and considered likely to )>e 
an early casualty in the John- 
s<m regime, said he has sul>- 
milted his rcsignatum but had 
lieen asked to iJTsy. 


(Iratili IliirU 


Members altemling the B.C. 
R.-vbbit Breeders' annual con-| 
vention show at Luxion fair- 
grounils Salurday and .Sunday 
may Iram rabbit - disappearing 
as well as rabbit - breeding 
methods. 

Johnson ignited speeulaiinn by Victoria magicianOarl Ilemeon 
inviting New York's Mayor will enlertain at a banquet and 
Wagner for a conference. Some dance in the Chez Marcel at R 
said he might be Johnson's vice- p.m. Saturday. 


aswnsrr 


Pr. Stephen Jennings, a pro- 
fes-sor at I'BC for 23 yeans, 
has been appoinfed head of the 
I’niversity of Victoria’s mathe¬ 
matics department. He suc¬ 
ceeds Prof. R. T. Wallaee. now 
acting dean of arts and scien- 
'ces and co-ordinator of campus 
expansion. 


»'IIXt;D OE.MA>n 
Shiploads of "king's daugh¬ 
ters" were sent to pioneer New 
F rance as brides, receiving 
doH'riei including an ox. a cow 
and two barrels of salted meat. 


To Diinran, Nanaimo. Pori AlbernI, f'ampbell 
River or other uplsland Pointa 


By DON GAIN 
CokMiiat -Hilltary Reporter 

Fort MacLeod, (near Dciling- 
fiofen), Germany — I watch^ 
the dawn come up over Wales, 
fi-om the cockpit of an RCAF 
Yukon aircraft flying at 23.000 
feet. 

I was on my way from 
Trenton. Ont., with 121 sol¬ 
diers, wives and children on 
rotation to Germany. -Most of 
them were personnel of tha 
Isl Battalion, PPCLI, wrho are 
changing places with the 1st 
Battalion, Queen's Own Rifles 
of Canada. The rotation start¬ 
ed Oct. 15 between Work Point 
Barracks and Fort MacLeod 
pear Deilinghofen, Weetphalia, 

Germany. 

We took off at 6 p.m. The 
four-ehglned Jet prop Yukon 
climbed swiftly and we wera 
on our way. It wasn’t long be¬ 
fore the kiddies on the trip 

fabout 201 had aetlled down ... 

to magazines and coloring from the hundreds of Instru -1 to , station 

hooks or had dropped off to ments the captain, Sqdn. Ldr.joagdng music. The 
aiopp. Doaoon Jones told me we hadlerriorts, sa 

THREE 4 HII-DREN’ climbed to 21,000 feet and wereU„,|]g ^f St. Clements' 

c . 1 . still making a ground speed of'over the airwaves 

Opposite me sat .Sgt. John rnlles an hour 

.^Idd L D^u^^ I '““"O 0“' ‘hat the Yukon.' CLOLIIS 

1.* " Wairsi t soul Paw 1 1 ■ converted Britannia and the A pinpoint of light i 
I- Anson un. i ht'"* ‘n 

a few weeks ago Sgt Poucher ‘ "rr^ over 10,000 gal "Ireland." said the capt 

r, ni-t^-rge;nt wdth"A' •SO.tkM)'pounds, of fuel, '"T'f*, 

engines, the captain .aid. 

^Igian province of Hamau ,,1ER ATLANTIC The moon laded gradu, 

They were married whet, -Sgt navigator, m Lt, Ken- We were due over 

roiicher was over^as ^veral 7 a m. The ll( 

yeais ago. llis^i e w. a e Moncton. Charlottetown, brighter ttow. We couli 

h-r ta-o rtoui^te.a to visit Atlantic yellow glow above tha 

rrutive. In Belgium. s,r,„„f,le Wales, down to ahe«l of us. 

By 7 pm. we were flying at pover, across the English Now we could make 
an altitude of 1.3,000 feet with channel to Wulprn, OIno and eoa.slline below. There 
a ground speed of 4L3 miles an ■ 
hour, heading for St, Jean. 

Quo , on the fli st leg cf our 
flight. By the time we were 
m<*r Milllnockrt, Vermont, we 
were eating a hot meal of, 
heefsteak pie with salad, hot 
roll, tomato Juice, fruit and 
cake, foHowed by coffee. 

CIV LXH'.HT 

On the flight were Cpl. 

Charlea Barker, his wife Gi.seia 
and son Leslie. 6. who lived 
at 387 Anson. Mrs. Barker is 
from Deilinghofen where Fort 
MacLeod is located. 

<^1. Donald Walford, wife 
Shirley, and children. Donna 
10. Regan 9. Cathy 7, of 476 
Gault, were on board. Others 
were RCCS Lieut. Edward 
Maverty's wife, Maureen, of 
100,3 St. Charles; Sgt. Hubert 
Redden, wife Helen, children 
I'letoria 6, Lenore 4. Tim 
olhy. 2, of 933 Gault; Cpl. Ber 
paid Pattison, wife Elaabeth, 
c'nldren Robert 5, Cheryl 3, 
of ,K16 Edward; ahd Cpl 
Ciiarles i Buck I de I.«,ronile 
with his wife Silke and chil¬ 
dren Miqhelle, 2'i, and Michael, 

13 mont.h.s. of 536 Head. 

t went up to the cockpit to 
watch the business of ©per 
atmg this giant aircraft. In 
the glow of a ghostly red light 


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Tax Penalty 
Effective 
From Dec. 3 


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The full six per cent penalty 
lor late payment of city taxes 
will become effective Dec. 3 
this year because the statulory 
deadline falls on a Saturday. 

The first one per cent penalty 
for late payment ia impo.sed 
Aug. 1 followed by a further one 
per cent on Sept. 4 and Oct. 15. 

The final three per cent t^ 


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added to the penalty Dec, 1 but 
since the final day lor payments 
within the deadline falls on a 
Saturday city hall officials have 
granted an extension. 

Payments will now be accept¬ 
ed without further penalty etver 
the counter and through the 
mails up to 5 p.m. Monday. 

Officials warn, however, that 
the full six per cent will apply 
to all nutslanding taxes received 
Irt m Dee. 3. 

Payments this year are 


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VANCOUVER ISLAND 

COACH^. 


com¬ 
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1962. 


Follo'w the Birds to Vancouver Island 


There’s bound to be an O V in there 

..ji' somewhere!.. 


When friends gather, kick-off 
the festivities with refreshing 
O.V. - the hearty, ligtiT, 
"^TuTT-flavoured beer that’s 
brewed to be better. Its 
bright, sparkling taste will 
convert your friends. 


wpre over St rumble, Wales, 
now. 

Promptly at 7:11 am. the 
aun appeared and cast a great 
warm glow. It would be 11:11 
p.m. the night before in Vic¬ 
toria, I thought. 

Aa we changed rourse for 
Dirver I w-envliai k to my scat 
for bieakfasl. 

We would be In Dusseldorf 
hy T5T2tr'a.m., nine hours and 
20 minutes out of TYenton. 


Next time you entertain, 
' score on every play with 
Old Vienna Lager Beer. 
Most people do. 


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p*r pluK. Thl( I* >■ Pxri<ilUi>n*l 
valna. PIrli* ap mtpii ■taHnna 
paall.v, Inrladlnc Vaanaiippr »U- 
tinnu. C'nmpara ailk II.VN. Pint 
rnnM. Oar Prlra 


Pried 


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Pried 


flmlu (rnlnnlol Viti«rli, I.C., Tiurt., N«». 2*, IMJ 21 

Rare Double Funeral 
For Fliers Friday 


Two Virlopia officern «ho 
diod Saturriiy In « ]p 1 ;rr«.sh 
will he hurieH Fnday in a i-aie 
dnuhle funeral with full naval 
hnnqra 

liieut. N. J. Ojfdeii, M, and 
leeut. D. 3. Clark, 29, died 
when fhe-.r T-.'VI framer tairuck 
Mount Strachan, 12 mile* 


noiih of Vanomivee. They 
were on a training flight to 
Vancouver. 

I'onrimaiid Prolniiaiii Chap¬ 
lain A J Mow alt will conduct 
the memorial aervicea at 2 p.m. 
Friday in the rtiurch of St. 

.Andrewa, HM('S Naden chapel 


V,S, ISavy Officer 
Dud’Bomb Tar fret 

BCXJOTA. Colombto (.AP)—Two home-made 
homha. loUllins 16 -Uicka of dynamite, were plaied 
In the front yard early Wedneaday of a I .S. Navy 
mlaaioM olfieer. They mialired. The tarsel wa» 
the home of Capl. .Adelherf Kvera of Ig>a .Ancelea 
who waa here with hia wife for joint I .S.-Coiombia 
naval manoeuvrea. 

/trmx, Aid OppitfPfl 

Britain Pressing Allies 
For Indonesia Embargo 


liONrKfN' iReuterai -Britain 
hi preaaing her alUea to atop 
aupplymg arma or ipving ex- 
tdn.sive aid to Indoneala, au- 
thorttaBve aourcea aaid here 
Wednesday. 

They <aid Biitaln'a case re- 
•lilted from the hostile Indo- 
ne,aian altitude to the new 
Malayaia federation of Malaya, 
Singapore, and the British' 
North Borneo territoriea. 

BRITAIN CO.\( KR.NRD | 

'ITie aourcen said there waa 
emiaiderable concern in Britain 
on the auhiect of arma aup- 
plica to Indonesia, which has 
declared a policy of "cotifron- 
talion" over .MalaiTila. 

The British government al¬ 
ready had made Its viewm deer 
to friends and alllt-a hdalerally 
and cnileclively and would 

B.C, Tories 
Set Date 

VANCntVER ((T»—Tlie 
B.f'. Progressive Cnn.aervatlve 
Association will hold its an¬ 
nual meeting Feh. 22. Dele- 
g.ites from 22 fedetal conailtii- 
eni lea and 12 piovmcial riding.a 
Will meet heie. 


keep on doing ao, the aouroes 
adtW. 

.MKRTINfi I'SEI.fXS 
KUALA LUMPI R, Malaya 
iReuterai — Prime Minlaler 
Tunku Ahdul Rahman of Ma 
layata aaid Wedneiday he law 
no point In another lummit 
meeting with Preaident 
Sukarno of Indonesa and 
Preaident rhosdado Macapagal 
of Tha Philippines, 

"What would he the uae?" 
he told reporters. "Indonesia 
ia still icreaming murder at 
us. they an- conoentrattng 
their forces and their foreign 
miniater iSubandrio) aayi con 
fruiitalion will continue.” 


He will be assisted hy Chap¬ 
lain W I,. Kaltiin. 

A fiiytig piirt.^' and guatd of 
honor will pfimctpaiie in grave 
side c-ercnuirili'a at Vetisans 
Cemetery. The Naden band 
will also participale. 

Rites with lull i«val honors 
ate reseived for men who die 
in rite course of military duly 
and a double senis con 
sidcred tare. 

An RCN helicopter flew to 
r!ie ci’ash wene yesterday and 
returned to Victoria with the 
bodies of the men. 

A naval hoard of Inquiry Is 
investigating the cause of the 
crash, which occurred about 
10:22 ^a.m. .'Saturday. 
BINMPEri NATIVK 

Lieut. Ogden, horn In Win- 
nifieg, i.s survived by hi.s 
widow. Iona. 1702 Newton; 
live childi'en. Dale. Barton 
Blair, Jamen and I.aurie-Anrie; 
b.s parents, Mr. and Mrs. 
James Ogden. Winni|)eg, and a 
sister, Mrs. Marjorie Ti'avia, 
r>iyden, Ont. 

Lieut CtaiHc, horn In Burn¬ 
aby. lived at lh<)7 I'aniegie. He 
leaves his wife. Doreen, two 
sons, Craig and Kevin, and his 
parents. Mr and Mrs. Kesi- 
nerh Clark. Burnaby. A broth¬ 
er, Oeorge, also lives in Burn¬ 
aby. 

Tippitt Fund 


(ioinf* Up 


HAIJAS (API ~ TVmmlnn^l 
At'^ pourini? in Klfarlily for thrj 
widoM' and ihrr# rhildrra nfj 
polirrman J. D Tippiil 19, alainl 
a.a h# <«nueht th# hflaman mhoi 
kilird PrriAidmf K«inrdv. Offi-' 
erra did not fpv# a total for lh« 
Tippitt fund, 

~SWA^! 

{= ANYTHING S 

IS TfaJ*. BmIb. A«a«, TV’fl, S 
|S VataMari. rraaaan. AafifelacI { 

pMIIII TELMAC Hitii; 

I NO MONEY DOWN I 


How to Treat Piles 

without ointneBts, pile pipes or suppositories 
Relieve ItebiBg, Soreueu aad Paia 


■fora h a alM. «Maa. «Mf «af la 
•kriak ■««<laa aOM, r«li««a lukiag 
a«4 inruBAa, avua «a*« tmuklMoaiu 
$ .uattaatiaa • aa^ all thla witWiut 
•fatwaaai, »fla ai»M ar aufgoaitoriM. 

Tha t>f thia eanvaaUat alia 

awlief ti la lakiM Jaal a«a aauU 
HrM-ROin laM«« t«a ar thraa tliwM 
a 4*9- la a tarn ^ya yaa aiay largrt 
aWat tlMa aart, huralag »il«a. With 
ggatia, hat INTCRNAt. 

artlaa MRMsROID kalHa hraak ay 
aa4 aaMaikly aad galaWaaly yaau mS 
hardoaH Intratiaal «aita, yali««'a 
iirking, aaraacM aad gala, akriaha 
gilM aad garaiita tlwMi la kaal. HEM- 
ROIO ia aa aAartiva tad glaaaaat ta 


I aa« aiaay aaata ka«a Airittaa aa tkatr 
tteaha. _ 

Ho«, traatlac *lik aa TS* 
-nCRNAL traatwa^ lika HtM-IOlD 
aMf ka Ba« ta ygu kat la gratrtUa 
in M aa aid Idaa kacaaaa MBil'-ROID 
haa haaa gvaiUkla la Cagadlaa dnig 
ittiraa for II yaart. Tlkiuaaada 

af gaahagaa hava kMa aaid. 

Wh« auRar aaadlMlyt taa far 
yaanalf kn* agay HEMsROIO ta ta 
waa, haw qwM-klv affr«(i«a It la. C<wta 
aaly a faw ganaiaa a day. Full purs 
' rkaMt prlra rafundad If yaw ara aat 
I glaaard. All drug aiavaa. Aah far 

HEM-ROin IHTBRHAL FILB 
, TRBATMBNT. 

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Push-button cleaning, brusft- 
lyiie high-speed 110-22(lvolt 
mol or Very smooth it us I 
shaving he.-ui.v tAg** 
Reg. 127.95. / I 


RonsoR Mark .. 

Very ilose cutting .92 hlarie ''merai 1" cutlers, 
I>ei manent liibrlcwllon. no radio or T\' inter- 
feienee Rrg. 124.95. .Sale. .- 


Riainclaa Elktranit II Sunkiaa 555-11 


Cordk!t'« nrlf p o w ^ r r d 
ihaver Works wjth cord 
or vtlfhnut ('omrs. 
pirtr with mirroi arvi 
nantly lianslormrr lo op 
rrair on 110 volts K<v 


All now Sunbram with 5 
hl:tdei>. Barbri typ« trim- 
inrr for .sldoburns. tOurh 
up Rroomine KUp-top 
latt'h for cIraninK and 
"on off” iwitrh Rt'u’ 


Schick Super Spud 

Features ischicks sur¬ 
gical Stainless Steel 
uashabfe head, on oft 
switrh, shatter leslstant 
nylon case 

Keg. 112 95. so A 79 


GaRaral EMctrie Hairdryar, Model Dl 

Complete with hose, hood, de luxe carrying la.se and shoulder 9|hllB0 
strap. Reg. S28 95, /X 


w All shavers pun-haaed from Mr( all Davey Drug Co. re, eive l-.vear free serviring. 

% McCall navey Drug have a full time man to service your eles-trie shaver. 

I McCALL DAVEY DRU6 j 

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TRANSFER CASES 

li^cal-tili# ainxi# <lrA\v#r 
Id^al for horn# or 
offlo*. (I'ftMlI 


Typawriter 

Desks 

ftlnxl* p^d#ntel. fold AWIf 
oak lypitiff (Unedt 


STUDENTS' DESKS 

Oak and maple. studenU* 
deakHe exreltent rondllloAa 


OFFICE SAFES 

Varloua a 11 a mCm, la 
Xnnd order. 


OFFICE CHAMS 

ftak Ktrafxht-bark rhalni. 
Nofna aead reflnlahlnK. 


WE NEED THE SPACE! 


CAFE CHAIRS 

I.ealher iiphobilered rafa 
rhalrs In exrellent coa- 
dltlnn. 


BEDSIDE TABLES 

Metol bed a I d a tables 
altk eupboard and 
drawer. 


Metal 

SHOPPING 

CARTS 

Slaadaril shopplnx earia 
as used In rmrery sinrea. 


NiHoiml Cnsh 

RF^iAtpr 

BOOK KEEPING 
MACNINE 

ITidal. In apparent 
worklax order. 


METU LOCKERS I BOX SPRINGS 


Ainxie, diDuble and friple 
sloraxe likrkers. Ideal for 
banemenk atoraxa. 


Lealhar Cuihlasa 

All ahapea and alias ~ 
Navy aarpliis. 


SC" AIngle bed alia box 
apriags. Il'aedi 


^e MISC. BEDS 
AND SPRINGS 

ChooMa from aa awMDrt* 
maat of sInxiF. three- 
Xaarier and dmibla bed 

fraaaea and apriaxa. 


WARDROBES 

Walaal and nak ward- 
mbea. Ideal for extra 


Plala and frimed mir¬ 
ror*. Aeaorled alaea. 


METAL WASTE 
lASKETS 

Aquare nftlre-lypa waale 
baaketa. 


OPEN THURS. - FRI. 8.30 a.m. to 9.00 p.m. 


IN-HL'LATKD THERMO BOOTH 
Tha beat buy la law n . t-Kyelet, 
ateel ahaak, ■oa-allp ■ala, aliva 


Compare 
with .VSt 

Our Price 


e«gllBl Iraa, Mwa'a Waag 


2 PCE. RAIN SUIT 

' I Zipper parka alyle iarket wtib 
nverall type panla, OHve green, 
yellow, 8..M.I.1L. 


SNO BOOTS 

eHad Maek Nna Ban^. ntind 
lux. walerpraof with furllka 


FOLDING METAL 
IRONING BOARDS 

Adjuala In aeven afferent Iron 
lug pnatHona. Eaay lo ilore. 


CaplUI IrMi, Ma.'. Waar 


CRUISER COATS 

Pure wool lumber Jarkela with 
doable ahonlder and arma, water 
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BLUE JEANS 

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Compare ^ 

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MEN’S THERMAL 
UNDERWEAR 

The ideal enid wealtier nnder 
wear. 3 rre.p lima A.M.Ia. 


4 apilBl UiiSfly, 
Hals tiaar 


(aptlBl 9aggly. 
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9-Pce, CARVINOI 

FREEZER SETS 

Theae will make a wonderful I u-a 

gift. Theae mu.t be wen lo be * ra-m-rolea. »reewr. oven 

apprerlaled. I h! laMa. 


AYRES WOOL 
SLANKETS 

Para wnsl. I>i Iha. fainiMia Ayres 
blankea. Heveral rnlora la chnaaa 
freiH. Beg. lo IBJ5. 

“ 10 ” 

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BOYS’ BLUE 
BLAZERS 

Theae are made In England. Hell 
tailored. Stani 4 to lA 


Reg. I.5.9.5 


Keg. K.9.5 


GIRLS’ DRESSES 
AND JUMPERS 

A good Bsanrlmenl of ntnter 
ilreaaea and jnmpera. A manu- 
farlurer'a f'leafanre. 


Tarlal •■.eb. Hal. rUar 


Ca.ilal a...If. Hal. rUaa 


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PopliN Rovortiih 
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roikir reverMiblo nmL 

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with 17.95 m 9 


Sisman Leather Boots 


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TtiyrU*,. N».. H4J 


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Offers Her lltune 


Critics Laud ‘Peace River Chronicles’ 


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TECHNICOLOR* 

ADULT ENTERTAINMENT ONlf 


Prim <hi« 
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AdaMs I S 7Sr. t 5 $1; 
9 B.m. OK SI.SS. 


WadMita TSr Nil S, 
BI-BB afUr 


fnitarp at 1:15 - S.15 
«:15 • R:45 


A. full minuu may ba lon(ar than 
you ordinarily taka ovar ona sip of 
whisky. 

Taka that long with Tima. Tha 
whisky in tha hourglass bottia givsB 
you a lot to tbink about. 

Tha taste is light, wsrm, smooth. 

You'll And you hava navar knowtf 


a rya lika this. 

Think about tha tasta of this gantla 
whisky. Think about tha tasta of tha 
whisky you usually buy. Think about 
bow thay compare. 

It takes a long time to change a 
man’s mind about whiskies. 

All we uk is ons minute. 


k' Victoria man, Gordon K 
Bowes, has recently had a 


Thistlt Room 

Ajjh FemturinK 
InlcniKtionRi 
{ te CuMm for 
Your Dining 
PIcnsnre! 


pai;e hook on the Peace Bivei 
country published. 

Mr. Bowes is now area de¬ 
velopment agent ot the B.C. 
Hydro and Power Authority in 


Vancouver 


Ttie recently published book. 


Open Dally 'HI B p.sa. 

Sicrat SrL MS Sat. -Ul 1S:W 

Sundaya I'nIII B:BB pjn. 

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M Doi)Gi.AS ar. 

Lari* ParVMf Araa 
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SPORTS CENTRE 


THURSDAY 

1B:BB AJC—ADI’LT 
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t:9B P.M.—FAMILY 
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entitled Peace River Chronicles ! 
compiled by Mr. Bowes Is 
hailed by reviewers a.s Western. 
'Canada's book ot the >ear 

The hook gives a hisUiry o( 
the Briti.sh Columbia section of 


the Peace River country through 
81 eye-witness accounts ranging 
I from Mackenzie's journal to im 
Ipressions by modem journalists 


The book is classed as out¬ 
standing as an important source 
book of our histiH'y and for its 
excellent typographical format. 


jjilr. Bowes will siieak at a 
meeting of the British Columbia 
I Historical Association in the 


I Douglas Cafeteria tonight at 
8:15. 


Humor and Star 
Drylanders ’ Need 


Woman From Russia 
Seeks Oswald s W ife 


KINSMEN GIANT 
CHRISTMAS 

BINGO 

Tuesday, December 3rd • 7:45 P.M. 
MEMORIAL ARENA 


By TED GAHKKI.L 

One day tlie National Film 
Board may be a.s good at mak 
Ing feature films as it is at 
making documentaries, but 
that day is a fair way off. 

Tuesday at the Royal 
Theatre the boat'd presented a 
magiLlficent idocumertary. 
Fields of Sacrifice, an excel-, 
lent cartoon, Tlie Great Toy 
Robbery, and a not-so-good fea 
lure, Drylanders. 

Trouble with Drylanders 
was that It was too dose to the 
documentary, not exciting 
enough for a feature drama, 
and really too long. 
nRKT C'L.A.SH 
But Fields of Sacrifice, a 
color featuretle commissioned 
by the department of veterans' 
affairs to tell the story, of Ca¬ 
nadian war graves and battle 
fields where Canadians fought, 
was first class. 

Its makers showed real skill I 
and Imagination, and best of 
all K was a Canadian fitm.] 
Here was no copy of a made-; 
In-Hollywood glorirication otj 


Vincing as a prairie piuiieer's 
wife. 

It was almost a.s if she had 
studied old Greta Garbo 
dramas before making this 
film, instead of prairie 
pioneers. 

Generally the acting was 
good but the character who 
was mast believable was the 
disillusioned farmer reluming 
to Minnesota. Unfortunately 
his part lasted only a few 
minutes and his name isn't 
listed with the cast. 

If the film board is to make 
more features, it must try to 
rid it.seif of the documentary 
influence. 

It mu-st inject some humor in¬ 
to its fiim.s -after ail even Mac¬ 
beth has its poner. 


And II 'h.Hild gi\ e s.»me ^.^,v tn 
people wIhi are inlercsieil in 
m.iking m.Hicv, noi juM ari 
films. 

These aie the things Dr.\- 
landers lackrsl. 

But n'.s an interesting emnigh 
f'lm and a good first effort 
Piairie people will be inierested 
and .so should others who want 
to see what Canada can do. 
PIUNiR.AM HIT 

However. Fields of Sacrifice 
i.s the hit of the program. 

If this featuretle had been as 
Kaig as the feature, and Dr>- 
Icnders as short a.s Fields of 
Sacrifice, the program would 
have been well worth the price 
of admission, and perhaps even 
the cost of a baby-sitter. 


900 Attend Premiere 
Of ‘Fields of Sacrifice’ 


FORT WORTH, Tc\ At*. 
Mrs Mana Rultz. .3i). a!.'.) Voiii 
the .kovii'i t'liioii, is trying to 
find Ml' Lw Harsio Oswald 
Ru.s-sian born wil^>f President 
Kennert.i's allegi»<l assassin. 

All .she wants to do is help. 
Mrs. Pullz said as she arriviHt 
Tuesday night, .yhe wants Mrs 
Oswald to join her family in 
their threr-bedroom home at 
San Ahtonio, Tc.v 

Said .Mrs. Pullz. who sts'aks 
Rus.sian and Englisli: '1 fei'l 
sorry for her. living In 
America and not speaking the 
language. Site ncc^ someone 
who understands." 

Mis. Pultz' husband Is an 
airline employee and she has 
three teenage children. She 
finds time to sell real estate, 
too. 

Reds Hit Japan 

TOKYO (AP' — G)mniuniM 
‘China has accused Japan of 
, kiowinK to U.S. piTssui*e in re* 
fectinK a Pakistani request to 
extend Pakistan International 
Airline's route over Red China 
to Tokyo, Pekini; Radio re- 
liorted Wednesday. 


Shi* i*ame to tho IS 

vrai.s; ajjo fiTvin Kiev' iti Kuv 
sia I k. aii'.t'. 


"Days If Wiai aaN Rtiti” 

Jack l.Rmman — I-ff IlFHiitk 
A BfAiloi aat'l — A dBiinf 
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“Tap Starat Affair" 


OVER 


$ 3 , 000.00 Cash 


Outstanding were the pres- 

entslay scenes with sounds of An audience of 900 was ati 
the past superimposed. Royal Theatre Tuesday 

VMPTV HtTTH levwiing for the premierle ofi 

ENrTT HUTS National Film Board fea- 

We sew the empty huts omturette. "Fields of Sacrifice." I 
the neglected airfield with ilsj LleutenantCovemor Pearkes 
grass-invaded tarmac, at the opened the premiere, explain- 
aame Hme hearing the sounds jing that the Department of 
of airmen singing gaily, the Veterans Affairs had commla-, 
shouted “stumble ’ order, and sioned the film in the hope of 
the fighters' takeoff. 1 giving a "renewed and trsn- 

There were sound-s of guns I chant meaning to the spirit of 
and pianes while the screen I remembrance." 
showed gay holidaymakers on Brig. J. S. Adam of the 
the beaches at Dieppe. idepartmmt. Introduced his 

COULDN’T KEEP PACE |- 

But Drylanders couldn't D 1*1*^ 
keep up the psce set by the'R OLLIIaS 
IMiturette and the cartoon. _ , 

It was hard to lauM Itie' f ginB/* 
eamera. TYib black and white ■* 
film showed expert uaa of Door on pollllcs of 200 yrars 
Ught, shade and camera. ago will be opened at the Vic- 


honor, and G. W. Marshall, 
regional supervisor of the film 
board, introduced the board's 
first feature length film, "Dry- 
landers." 

Prior to the start of the pro¬ 
gram. Lt. Maxwell Chalk con¬ 
ducted the band of the Sth 
(B.C.) Independent Battery, 
RCA. while a Royal Canadian 
Legion color party stood to 
attention at the rear of the 
stage. 

The two fllnw, plus a film 
board cartoon, represented the 
first time Victoria kudienres 
had seen an all-Canadian Him 
program. 


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showed expert uaa of Door on pollllcs of 200 years, 
shade and camera. |ago will be opened at the Vic- 
needed humor and U|tDria Univcralty Extension As- 


1964 FORD 


CUSTOM 

4-DOOR 

SEDAN 


needed a star. 

BBLUCTANT WIFE 
Frances Hyland, v the re¬ 
luctant wife of the pioneer 


aociatlon’a lecture. Dec. 3, at. 
8:15 p.m. in the auditorium at 
Lansdowne Campus. 

Speaker Is Prof. Sydney G. 


PLUS 


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Consolation Turkeys 

4 GAMES 3100, $200 and 3300 

Game No. 7, $lf000 Cash 
Gama No. 14, 1964 Ford Custom 4-Door Sodin 


Two Eitra Bonus Gamas, No. 15 and No. 16 
All Biagot Win Turkeys 


LAST CHANCE! LAST CHANCE! 

Buy Y'our Tickets Before FRIDAY, 5 p.m., at ARENA 
or 9 p.m. at EATON'S 

60 TL'RKEYS TO BE GIVEN AWAY FREE 

Admittsioa S2.00 for 16 garnet (all seatt reserved) 
P ro ce e ds In aid of Klaamea Charities 


Dan Greer, may be a star at P*^***' ‘•’e department 

Stratford, but she's certainly hiatar at the UntversUy of| 
at home with Shake- Victoria. Ttopic it William 
than with Massey Windham, a Scholar Among 
Politicians. I 

She lacked vitaUty and ~~ 

rinoerky. She kept her t d o a.ss 
too cripriy atar ehad and didiit 
do enough wofk to be eon- 


Land Loon 
Outloonies 
Lake Loon I 

COCHRANE. Ont. (CP) — A 
loon on land is much loonier 
than a loon on a lake. 

Conservation officers near this 
Northern Ontario town had to 
oome to tha raacue of a mis- 
rccted Arctic loon after ho 
mistook Highway 11 for a lake 
e(i a foggy day last week. 

The loon was taken to Com¬ 
mando lake within the town 
llimiu where it rested for a 
couple of days before taxiing off 
on its southwaid flight plan. 


TOY INDUSTKY 
Plastic toyn today account 
for 60 per cent at the value ot 
all sales in the lower-priced toy 
lines in Canada, 


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THURSDAY j 

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4 p.m. — PUBLIC 


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BEST PICTURE OF THE YEARN 

ACADEMY AWARD WINNER ■ 

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ttmiME OFA BimiJI 

Advance Reserved Seat Sale ■ 

Theatre Box Office 11 B.m. to 8 p.m. ^ 
Evenings 8:00 p.m. Mntiiire 2:00 p.m. 

Re«>rv*d 

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^ Celebration’ 

CAKE MIXES 


COHOE ^ 

SALMON 


CRISCO T 

Sc on dlprriiJ Deal 'i 

SHORTENINe 


BLEACH 


TOILET 

TISSUE 

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PACK efafornr^ 


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liila CutAitft Virtofj# 
TkyMday, N«v. 2|, 1941 


Students Seek 
Discount Plan 


By JLDITH BAIMCS 

Umvenlty of Victoria Mu 
4rnt council haa approved a 
plan to aproadi "•omr'' dty 
merchanta about offriing a 
Bludenl Mlicoant aervicr. 

The plan was first suggested 
to the student council by Cana¬ 
dian Union of Students' chair¬ 
man Roger Barnsley, who 
sought Chamber of Commerce 
advice first. 

He reported that Victoria 
Chamber of Commerce man¬ 
ager John Coppinger was not 
In favor of requesting the 
bualneaa community as a whole 
to give disoounts to university 
atadents. 

Mr. Coppinger felt It would 
he unfair to extend this prith- 
legs when other groups, such 

Four Years 
For Lawyer 

HAMILTON. Onl. lUPIl Dis- 
bvTed Hamilton lawyer Fred¬ 
erick Brown was sentenced Wed. 
nrpday to four years in peniten¬ 
tiary for converting S60.000 o{ 
clients' trust funds to his own 


as old-age pensioners, did not 
receive the .same benefU. 

He added that the alienation 
‘ ot some businesses might 
Jeopardize the university's ap 
' pcal.s for money. 

I »iBLECTI\E BASlit 

Mr. Barnsley told the stu- 
. dent council that rather than 
I approach the whole business 
; community, he would opeiate 

; S4.=>(),{)(K) 

I Help^ i 

[Fish Ports 

OTTAWA ICP) — A M50,- 
1 009 program to build cdnunun- 
'.ity fish-proceaslng builcDnga at 
123 Newfoundland fishing ports 
I was announced Wednesday by 
: federal FiMieries Minister 
I Robichaud. The structures, 
'known ms community stages, 
.will be erected with federal 
I-' funds on sites provided by the 
I- province, which also will super- 
1. vise construction and operate 
I- 'the facilities, 
f 

n PROVRN U KONtl 


iSd MPs Studying Proxy Vote 

L phehl , t ^ ^ 

I (HTAWA A pro|>o.vil ai»un to jH-f a wife c 

W I \ \ I P K G (I Pli — that A riasf bt'aliiiwi-U hiini!. bi oihr.. 'I'-ii'i. n-ii rMt p/oMr.-* livir 

vhoiiU !o vote as a pioxy fw «n elet - Wiihl to at t im uxv and mo< out oit 

yesterday defeated a firiv tor Uf>Ah)e to ea.<t Id* ballot vote f >‘ an »'Tiv*it)r nrnble lo polling 

|Misal abuUMtuni; rate|ia>er on polling day i* under study vote Ik, on rloction t'.fiie Ulus 

approval «»f iiukrtey by ihe Conimona election!* *1 ativani** poll*. TerriU 

hylau*. committee. I SF.D l-'OR PR|!^)MJLS APl*ea!ed to 

Nol <»«• tti the StH> dele- Proxy voting. pro|>os«'<l to clear up a p 

galea atlefiding the .Vlth an- the e^gotionx committee In Eie^’toral Officer NVI stiluency. tt 

niial t<N5veiiUon uf Ihe .Maitl* i%o but turned down then, i* Ca.siongiia\ jbaid proxy in Canaila 

hiha Si'luMd Tru»i«v« Aswi- ' xponxored fhl.* tfaie Frank ha.* been ined In federal equat'a milei 

claiiofi voled for Ihe re*<iln- Howard tNT>P ^keena' Knd only hn* |Miaon land, 

tinn. received v:ir>ing de^jn'e* of eri-of-war in tlie Kot'ean Waj' It U the 

It had eallMl for abolltlitn aupport TXieadav niyht. There w*eie 18 vote® ca^t In the wherv votet* 

of ratepayer approval he- *phe committee finally ad election by proxy exei arate time ] 

rail*# %otefa often opposed fubrned discuxxion lo examine hy the pet^oii the Midiei Election Act 

RMiney bylaw® due lo a ta«*k the report of a Nova Scoliu designated aa nexi-of-kin. in a lidinj 
of Information and apprecia- > royal commission on the quea- Erik NleLxen <PC*--yukon) (toe at the 

tion of lha need for new tion. Ptoxy voting wak« uaed itt warned that proxy votiitg many voter 

ai*lim»N. the iaxt pi'ovin<-ial electi'Aii In mlghd open tha door to untold open only 

TruMieen Raid It would take tl\at province. election abused, parllcularly In venlent hou 

away ihe deiiuirnittc right of > xh# varioua propoisal-* boiled rural rkUn^s. He could fare«ec the riding ^ 
the pe^iple and also ereale 
apathy 

Tu'o Perish 

(yd ^ 

*cp>—Two Q I ' 

killed ^^ 

Wediwaday when their ..ns-r ^ a 

engine Piper Comanche air- ji'rrj J M S 

craft crashed and burned on c* ^ 4 

takeoff at the international air- . \ . i|j|f ^ 

port here. - --^,'1 

Authorities said the small 
airoraft wa.v In Cander en 
route from Loefchaven. Pa., to, 

The occu-| 
pants tha believqdl 

owner and hls°Ajnerti»n%ll^ b^rtlabmairt l« not puMIthod or ditplayod by thB Liquor tetrol 


“**■ In the 1930s some people 

The charges against the 38. thought that radio broadcast- 
yearold Brawn arose from the ing prevented rain by putting 
complaint of a client to the Law large amounts of electricity 
Sooisty of Upper Canada. 'into the atmosphere. 


the plan on a selective basi.- 
The business establishments 
invited to participate in tlie 
discount seivice would be 
chosen on the basis of a quev 
tionnaire circulated among stu 
dents to determine which 
stores they pslronize. 

The stude.'M council was. 
dubious about adopting Mr. 
Barnsley's motion to approve 
‘ In iirinciple a student discount 
service, and tabled the motioai 

HIT ADYKR-nsiNCr 

It WM felt the selectiofi of 
only a few businesses might 
j decrease revenue from advet- 
I Using through the university's 
radio society and In the stu¬ 
dent newspaper. The Martlet. 

Mr. Bairoley brought the 
I plan up again at a student 
I'council meeting last Sunday. 

I He reported favorable or neu- 
, tral leactions from downtown 
^ businessmen to whom he sug 
gested the discount service. 

The student council this time 
j approved the plan. 

F SMALL St AUC ! 

'i The discount plan would be 
^ started on a small scale, with 
only several beauty parlors 
and service stations participat-j 
ing. I 

> For businesses to profit from 
■ such a scheme, the univeraliy 
{.must be able to offer a pur- 
irchaslng power of 1,000 
. students. 


tnTAW.X it'I’i Apioi>o-..il 
that s close relatiie be allinvtsJ 
lo vote s.s a proxy fw an elec¬ 
tor unable to ca.si his ballot 
on polling day is under study 
by the Commons elections 
committee. 

Proxy voting, projios.’d to 
the elgotiotrs committee In 
I9ti0 but turned down then. Is 
' sponsored ItiL* tjne Jfev .Prank 
Howard (NT>P 'Skeena' and 
received v;u-\-ing degrees of 
support Tuesday night 

The cummitle* finally ad 
lubrnrd discussion to examine 
the report of a Nova Scoliu 
[ royal commis.sion on the quea- 
tlon. Proxy voting was usr^ In 
the last pi'ovindal elec(i<ui In 
tliat pi'ovinee. 

> The various proposals boiled 


down to [K-i mittln..; a wife Ini' 
band, bi oihe.. »i-rci. [Mi cilt 
01 child to act prux.N and 
vole f.,‘ an eli-euir uirdile lo 
vole 111, him-fd on elcClion 
day or al advance polls. 

ISF.D FOR PRIniOMJLS 

Chief E3e<sorJl Of'icer NVI 
son C-vsionguay eaid pcox.c 
vMing has been us^ In Mersl 
TTWlloiis Inn only for piison 
ers-of-war In tlie Koi'ean Wai' 
There were 18 votes cant In Ihe 
1^53 election by proxy exei 
cised by the person the soldie, 
designated as nexi-ot-kin. 

Erik Nielsen (PC—Yukon 1 
warned that proxy voting 
might open tha door to untold 
election ahusea, particularly In 
i-ural ridings. He could foresee 


conc-ried canipaigrs to .i-r 
p.OMc.^ liVm lndi.i.”.s aiul t.^ki 
mo« out on the trap lines on 
pidling d:<y 

r.cne Ulicaiime 1 lb.’’ Noith 
west TerrilonesV xuccessfully 
spiiealetl io the committee lo 
clear up a pi-ublem in his con 
•stilu'ency. the largest In an-a 
in CVnada covering 1.2.vt.(kxl 
squai-c miles across tlie nortli 
land. 

It 1* the only coastituencx 
where voters li\s in four *»-p 
arate time zones. Because t'le 
Election Act requires that polls 
in a riding aliall o|ien and 
cione al the same time, he said 
many voters find their polls 
open only at lha least con 
venletit hours at one end of 
the riding while those at tlie 


'criier t-i’.d a’c ot-- al f'C t 
facoiatile hours fi>r Ilia ic.i- 
dent-s then 

He ,sug'.;>-sred I It a 1 v o e 
ixtunling be held lip al o, » 
end o' the wicslitiiency until 
the i>olLs h.sd (■lrvs<Hl at lb- 
(Shcr en.i, thousands of miles 
and Ihn-e time /ones away. 

11.- and Ml <.'a.slf>n;ua) s • 
to omtci on changes to the act 
to get aroond the problem nf 
vote-eoonts being known m 
■some areas bi-foie the polls 
‘thei-e ai-e closed 

TTie committee agreed to an¬ 
other proposed change to gha 
ilLsabled persona the sains 
‘rights Wind peivon.s enjoy of, 
taking a fnend into the poUtne. 
booth with Ihem la mark tbe- 
ballot 






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Pay alter Chnstmai 
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Names in the News 


, .Mis. M. K Si-hwai t/. XiSU .f liif west \x .iv- III. U.rL L'up. 
Flii-hmond. will be ciiis'.int: tlie Si‘vem> oilier L'nii.iuiiULs Imld 
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Be Prepared to Play 


Mi> Sr/us.iii/ ai]<l *>0 oth<*r , 

' . . . will b<’ 

Canadians will have a chanee , 

fora trip to the Canai-J IslaraU ,.^, 1 ^ ticket holders. 


NOrri.NUHA.M. Kngland - 
When laird Baden-Powell, 36. 
grandson of the flo.v .Scouts 
founder, walked into the police 
atatidn and began protesting 
a CT parking ticket, someone 
nied out: 

"Tlial's it! You've got Ju.st 
ttie voice for the part of the 
colonel. Are you free Tuesdays 
aiul VVednes^ysT" 

Const. Robert Allred ex¬ 
plained the police are putting 
on a play called Sweeney 
Todd. Baden-Powell agreed to 
help and a police spokesman 
aaid the fine is under review. 


LONDO.N Member.s of the 
(vousehold indicated Sir Wln- 
aton CharrhIII plans a quiet 
celebration on his 89th birth¬ 
day Saturday. 


WASHINGTON .Mrs. Jar- 
quellar Kennedy has airepted 
an invitation to live with her 
ehikiTen In the Georgetown 
home of veteran diplomat 
Avervdl Harrlman for an in¬ 
definite period of time. The 
TIarrimans will move Into a 
hotel. Mrs. Kennedy will have 
Secral Service proletkion. 


CHCnCHIlX, 

. . tit) .Saturday 


HARRIMA.V 
home for Jacquie 


a SSI psUaM ■ dMls>sf N *• tasn CmSiI Iwf ■ If di Gnmanii il Biikrii CsIm 


HOLLYWOOD — .Somnone 
aaw ■ car with a Texas llonce 
plate and wrota on k “Dallas I 
scum shame" and “Texan lol 
home." Owner Emily Jac ksoa. 
22, moved here recently from! 
Texas. 


■Former Tory B- 


OTTAWA 
nance minister Donald Flemlag 
returned to Parliament Hill to 
urge Senate approval of Bj 
bill Incorporating tha Mort¬ 
gage Insurance Co. of Canada 
to pioneer in Ita field. A Senate 
committee voted yes withoutj 
amendment lor the firm, whose 
backers include Alcan and the 
Bank of Nova Scotia. 


Conservative 


LONDON 
bIP Roger Gresham I'oofce was j 
handed a meaaage shortly be-l 
lore he was ta qwak on a 
police till in the Conunons.! 
The note mid: "Pleaae ringj 
your flat at once, as M appears 
to have been ransacked." 


UNITED NATIONS —Li¬ 
beria's Foreign Minister. Ka- 


ELGIN Masterpieces of 
Diamond Beauty 


dolpb Grimes warned the UN' 
a violent racial clash In South 
Africa la Inevitable unlesa con¬ 
ditions are changed and aueh 
a race war could not help but 
involve the rest ol the con-, 
tinent. - i 


to Christmas 

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M M NO DOWN PAYMENT 

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crafted with piccise, dependable !9*jewel 
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LONDON Prlnea Fblllp, 
Prlncna Margaret and Lord 
Knowdoa will attend a me¬ 
morial service in honor of 
Presldeiil Kennedy at St. 
Paul's Calhedml Sunday. The 
Arrhbishop of CanlerbaiT will 
pieoch the orrmon. 


Peoples Credit Jewellers 
Gift Watches 
take top honours ''m 
for Quality, Beauty 
and Value .^2 


LOS ANGELES —Edward 
Everett Horton was honored' 
lor his half century as an en¬ 
tertainer. County supervisors 
riled the veteran actor for 
“bringing laughter and joy to 
millions of people." and noted 
his oiwe and cultural contri¬ 
butions. 


a Bccaux we fcuf and adl More watches 
than any other Jeweller in Canada, we are 
aUc to give you the choice of the finest 
watches at the lowest coac 

• Regardless of the price, we guarantee 
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manufacturer’s defect, agalnvt mechanical 
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matter what the cauK. Even if you drop 
and break your watch it is uncunditioBally 
guaranteed for one full year. 


SEOUL — President .elect 
Ckung Hre Park's party woo 
She National Assembly majoiity 
Park said he badly needed to 
risitinue hn t^olutionary pro- 
g''ani for itv^nexl tour yean. 
He will have about lUS seala. 


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jn white ~ superbly ihock 
protected and waterprooir. 
daintily xl>'led in yellow. L'lC 
People! Friendly C^it. 


IjOS ANGKLLS—Actor T^rnmt 
Ri rralne was surd for IIOO.OUU 
b> C'hrlMtlM riliiiM of Lon An¬ 
grier aftrr an Oot. 30 car ci^ash. 


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CIVIC 


Furniture 


COIVIPANY 


825 FORT ST. (Akone Blanshard St ) 


Candy Castles, Driftwood Angels 
Mingle with Glittering Displays 


^ dfoltrnist 


VkUri*, I.C.. Tliari.. N*«. 2S. IMS 25 


: R Koih^S 
K M Walk’i, 
G I. Huncei, 


1. f I ucki'G: 

• i piannijt;:. 
II A 
■i. iot' I 


Th» f<>sliv» air ii( Chii-lmai uifill brirk siding of doluious pio.-.-« — Cathy Jolmston and Wriib, riitiir«; 

was muih m avidtnro yeMOi- Oinsinias . ifldies and roof and Dchhte Be si. lii-si pn/c; Booili. and Mis 

day as rolorful display upim steepla of c-rcamy white icinp. Wc-ndy Strong, serond prize, student entries; 

display of the season's decora- Red and green gum drops Carolyn Zapf, honorary men Brown and Mr- 

lions lined the walls ol the formed the fencing and minia- tion. Norelly di.splay-Cheryl 

Georgian Room of the Kmpress lure Christmas frees of green Small and V'al Lindholm. for 

Hotel for the annual Festival ol g u m drops surrounded the outstanding sludert,! display: 

Chiistmas Deeoralions, held chureh. Marg Campbell, .second place; 

under the auspices of the \Vom-' Many hours were spent on Wendy Muir, honorary tpyi- 


LADIES’ AND MEN’S PLAIN 


OVERCOATS 


Miss Charlaine Lacey and Mr. 
Terence Scott were married re¬ 
cently In St Andrew's Cathedral. 

The Re*. Father Bernard Han¬ 
ley performed the ceremony for 
the only daughter of Mr. and 
Mrs. A. G. Lacey. IMS Claw- 
thorpe. and the only son of Col. 
and -Mrs. G. B .Scott, 45*1 Pipe¬ 
line Road. 

Given in marriage by her 
fatlier. the bride was radiant in 
a forma] gown of blush pink 
aatin and chantilly lace. The 
lace bodice featured a round 
acalloped neckline and the long 
aleeves came to lily pointi. The 
alightly belled skirt of satin with 
bark fullness fell into a train. 

Her w aist-length three-tier veil 
of palest pink illusion wa.s at- 
taclied to a tiara of rhinestonea 
and was worn over the face dur¬ 
ing the ceremony. She carried 
a cascade of Johanna Hill roses 
an<i her only jewelry was pearl 
drop earrings 

Matron of honor Mrs. Joan 
Bern wore a tull-sidrted dreal 
of palest pink chiffon featuring 
a double cow l neckline and deep 
V at the back centred with a 
cerise rose and flowing back 
panel of cerise chiflon. She car- 
rieil a Isniquet ol cerise carna¬ 
tion 

The bridesmaids. Miss Shirley 
Pronk and Miss Janet Kerr, 
were gowned alike in pale pink 
tn'feta fea'uring icoop necklines 
with srhite lace overlay on the 
belled skirts. They carried ca.s- 
cades of pink carnations and 
pink and white streamers. 

All three wore pink mariboul 
hats which were a gift from the' 
bride. 

Miss Ria Jancowski. petite 
flower girl, wore a tull-.skirted 
dress of pink nylon tiers. She 
carried a miniatura cascade el 
Johanna Hill rotes, a duplicate 
tif the hride'i bouquet. A ban¬ 
deau of the same lonaa was in 


Beaiitifnlly Dry-Cleaned 
and Prevsed, only. 


THE WINTER SEASON 

There arc many pleasant ways lo spend 
ihc long winter evening; reading a good 
book - watching television — building 
things, etc. To adiievc the maximum plea¬ 
sure and benefit it is Important that your 
glasses be adequate for the purpose. Have 
your eyes examined soon and bring the 
pi-escription for glas-scs to either of out- 
two offices where you do benefit from 
serviee that i* unexcelled. ' 


tv 4 »H ' 

f smpbell BuihHng 


eovTM r 

lasssi 


IKS Douglas Mt. 


FOR CHRISTMAS GIVING 
OR FOR YOUR OWN HOME 


Mr. and Mrs. Terence Scott cut their wedding cake 
at the reception following their wedding in St. 
Andrew's Cathedral.—(Chapman Photography) 

her hair and she had a gold 
crons and chain, a gift from the 
bride. 

Beni man was Mr. Jim Hew- 
eC. and .Mr. ('.earge Lacey, twin 
brother of ttie bride, and Mr. 

David Taylop wera ushers. 

Mr. Norman Tyrall sang Ave 
Maria during the aigning of the 
rcglater. _ 


of Fabric 


The reception followed at King 
Arthur's Round Table. The toa-d 
wan proposed by Mr. Arthur 
Forrestor. 

For a honeymoon on the main¬ 
land and Unitad States the bride 
changed into a chocolate browm 
suit with wedding ring collar, 
beige maribou hat, light beige 
top coat and corsaga of pink 
roae buds. 


There is a definite trend to elegance in home furnishings. Reflect tht 
loveliness of your home In fine plate-gla.ss mirrors. Add a feeling of greater 
sfiftce. Make youi' rooms lighter, brighter and lovelier. These are beautiful 
in design, are made of the finest Pittsburgh Plate Glass, specially polished 
for accurate reflection and high lustre. New high fashion frames carry 
the trend to elegance right into your home. Choose from 211 styles in sizes 
up to .19x30 inches. 


LQndon 


Thret Floors of Fashioa Fabrirt 


1439 DOUCLAS STREET 


Sophisticated 
Fashions 
tor the 

Social Life ^ 

New ratriitlons of the ■ 
aoflly fcmlnliw look for P 
aftar ■ dark, in oockiaU f 
dresses and suits. Jacket l 
dreases. short and tong - 
formats. 


Two Win 
Awards 


Gay Oiristnias decorations I 
farmed tlie tMckground far the' 
bazaar and tea held Saturday | 
at the Shady Creek United 
Church hall. La.sl Saanich Road. | 
Rev. L. Clinton John.ston ofii-; 
oially opened the aftair. i 

A feature of the alternonn. the! 
art and hobby show , provided 
many interesting exhibits. 1 
Attractive fable centres were 
contest entries by members of 
the United Church Women. 
Prizes were won by Mrs. C. J. 
Allen and Mrs. K, Sedgman. 


Shop In the friendly, relaxeti 
atmosphere of the M.C., now 
open all day Wednc^ilay till 
Oiristmas. A convenient lay¬ 
away or budget plan avail¬ 
able. with no carrying 
charges. 


Rococo DeHign Framed Plate-Glasu Mirror. Decorator’s An 
tique Gold finish. Over-all size 42x34 indies. $AA5C 

As illustrated_ Ow 


COATS—29 only 

Furttiae reduc- |/_ i 


Italian Knit Dresses 
and Suits—28 only 

2 and 3-piecn |/- nri 
styles, now Wil 


For a Beautiful Living Room 

There Is a large new shipment of attractive sconces and ronsole tables. 
The selection ha.s never been more romplete. Any of these aiUcles, by 
Die way, make a moat "wanted” gift. 


Mr. and Mi-s. Paul Ross, Mesachie Lake. R.C., an- 
nouni'c the engagement of their daughter, Karen 
Elaine to Sub-Lt. David Goyder, son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Claude Goyder of Hudson. Que. TTie wedding 
will take place on Saturday, Dec. 21, in St. f3iris- 
tof^er’s Anglican Church with Dr. R. Horsefield 
officiatina. 


SALE SATURDAY 

The 2nd Arbutu.s Boy Scout 
and Cub Troop ChrialnuiB sale 
of hand-made fancy candleii, 
plastic piggy bank and new 
edition of Joe's Notebook, will 
be held Saturday. Nov. 30. 
front 9 a.m. to 5:30 pjn. at 
Super-Valu atore. Head Street 
and Ehquimalt Road, an] Safe¬ 
way store. Esquimalt Plaza. 


Clubs and Societies 

i BAT PTA WIDOWB' UtAOUB 

Blv PTA will hold 1910 Widowa' League of Can- 
baking sale Friday. VIriwfa Bianeh. will hcrid 
.a lunriieon meeting In the 
om to a m. to J p m, tourih floor 

rran's Seaview Plaza Eaton'i Thutaday, Dec. 5. 
i store. at 13:30 p.m. 




the comfortable 
the soft 


the wonderful 


Just two from a grand rollr''- 
tirn diup in tomorrow and 
tiy on a lew pairs. 


BEAL’IIFUL GILT FRAME 
MIRRORS, from_ 


HOUSECOATS 


SC'4)NC’ES, from 


PLAIN VENETIAN WAU. MIRRORS 

A large selection of plain wall mirrors, oblong AO 

and round styles. From I “ 

WAU, BRACKETS and CONSOLE TABLIA *4 

from--- -— -- II It 


"Fancy Free" 

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BUii'k patent with nat 
Inm. Black nat call 
with Patent trim 


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Meal Cookery 
Best for Men 


Rr KA^IL aiUlini; • Iilllr nioir i>il if nn-rs- 

Mwt nitn ruolu wfiii lu d"- ■" 

» j .. I K*iuni the onion* !• Ih» par 
vriop t repertoire ot dishe, and ^ reniaimn* ingred, 

one will invariabJy Imd some- Cover tightly and cook 

Hung special which can be con- mar kw heat lailil the meat b 
aidered a show atopper, a special lender. This requires usually 
.teak .w .tew, or perhaps an 


Melt butter in taucepan. Add 
flour anrl mix well but do not 
let mixture brown. Add hot milk, 
cheese and spice*. Boil, atirrinf 


John'* Anglican Church Wo¬ 
man'* Auxlillary will meet 
Tuesday. Dec. 3. at 8 p.m., in 
the t'lrcaide Room. 


these clothes without offending 
your hosts. 

“However, If your hosts are 
rather sticky about dre-ss, then 


1 tablespcxm chopped parsley 
1 bay teal 
'4 teaspoon thyme 
Combine the flour and salt and 
pepper. Dredge the meal with 
this mixture. Heat the oil in a 
heavy skillet. Add the onion* 
and garlic and oook until Miidar 
hut not brown. Remove the 
onions from the rfiiUel. edd the 
meat and brown an all sides, 


‘The poor lads who go to 
the game and parties too have 
their worrle*,” admits Pat 
Slattery, men's fashion editor 
of The Sun. 

He writes Tuesday; 

"nia fact that there la actu 
ally a football game Saturdiy 
appaain to be )ual a side issue 
wlA many of my callers. The 
gala s eem to be much more in- 
tarcatad In what their hus- 
bands should wear at pre-game 
breakfasts, post-game cocktail 
partlaa. Miss Grey Cup ball, 
the Grey Cup dinner and count¬ 
less at-homes.” 

Betty Runcie, women's fash¬ 
ion editor of The Province, 
says women should bring; 1. 
rainwear; 2. a wool dress and, 
3. a long dress. 

ELIMINATES CHANG K5 
j Her reasoning: 

I “A wool dress or suit is the 
kind of thing you can wear to 
I game, and later on to cockUiLs 
or a gathering. Tou won t want 
to run back to the hotel to 
I change. 

I "Bring a long dres-s to par¬ 
ties in two parts with short 
skirt and long skirt Vancou- 
jver women are going for long 
dieases for at home parties. 

I “NaturmUy. rainwear. Either 
an actual raincoat or folding 
umbrella And definitely boots. 
I “A short cocktail dress is 


8f Joseph'* Hospital School of 
Nursing Alumnae is holding ij 
Jolly llulty eoffee party Friday.! 
Dee. S. from 11 am. to 2 p.m.' 
In the auditorium of the Nurses' 
Residence 

A nursery will he provided for 
email children. Pi-oceeda go to 
atudent education. 


ROYAL rt'RPLE BAIJl 
tirder of the Royal Purple 
will hold a Chriitnas tea, 
home-cooking and novelty eale 
(wiiirday. Nov- 30. at 2 p.m. 
In the Elka Home, 732 Cor¬ 
morant Street. 


THUIIS. - FM 


PRE-CHRISTMAS 


a Pieudo-iapphlrw, 


^Al. UNLT 


SUITS 


Twn and lliieepleee double knita ilres 11 to 20, 
1t>.a te 22'I. Rag. MS.M to f79.»A. 


V2 price 


100 Double Knit Dresses 

Eizes 12 la 70, 12t« ta 22W. •« 

^ Vz PRICE 
^ DRESSES 


Special group of cocktail and 
afternoon dresses. 

Beg. 23J.M h> MiJA. SALE 


Mra. t erm 
I. Wade 

1441 

Douglas St 
EV 3-9622 


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Luxurious Imported silk Velvet and the ever 
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Slzea 12 to 20.. I y.yj to •3.WU 


Nylon Chiffon Robes, tie silk*, dacron $ 
In sizes 12 to 20. . . . . 


19.95 


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In multi-selection of fabrics and eolors only to ha 
seen at Mae Meighen't. Sizes 12 to 20. Small, 
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Idoul for Intimatf dining. In dazzling hrnrades, 
linnan illk and Hawaiian printrd *1 Q 
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i Pamper Her with Selections of Exquisite Lingerie by ^ 

I Linda, Koyser, Molycloire, Model or Patricio | 

I Slipd with matching French-cuff pantie. baby dolls. Capri j 
I pyjamas, waltz and full length gowni, negligee sets In a galaxy of 
Christmas colors with prices to suit everyone’s budget. This year, 
give a lovely intimate gift of lingerie. 


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up T 


Bavjiliore Biiffrl 


26 IlillU €t’^***'*^L Victor** 

Tkyri^Qv No* ’• 1961 


East to Meet West 
Over^i^^y Cup Fish 


- M# V- msx* , ^ 

One fact, however is well e» form the mam eounr for a I 

tBbl!she<1: moat men prefer tn|ver> mtercaunt; mc;il. The addi-j WL'IlIrtf l^iaaaaAe* 

cook meaU and the eiuphiuiiiitiQii of vegelahlea la of cour*>f b^IVlIK t l./lllllv I I cl^l\ 

aeema to be on beef. Thia canivery neceKsary. hot my laui'e • 

be extravacant but there aie nm^ to plain boiled p»»tntor> and Honia. a 1 tan (1 ar.< ) miuhniomu: i 

Rijod recipetv which call lor in- |»4U'«>le>ei1. ;tml eilher k<io«I fi t.^h tu»ty anti econumual nkillei K>‘e4*n |>rp|ierK, rut info lemrflh 

«'\pen^ive cuts, and one of ihoRe baby ('arruls or lender voun*,^ dinner, is ea.s> to prepare anti uinc iiieie-:, 'g leiis|KHin Iinlian 

Is for a pot roast anti I ralJ calibai^e and !lw t-ahhage I c'Ot>k conks quit kly Deiieiouitly aea- seHAiininK: fj teasisvm NUcar. 

thIa pai'tictilar reci^ Canadian|as IoUcm's; ( sorted Kitaind lieef halla i-ont- 1 hay leaf; 1 ekoe Kurih 

P« Roast; I ^-abbaec and rr- '«"'«• Pi^ps'c n"-»t b> >prinkling 

1 ANAIIIAW rOT roast move the core Shred it »s lor •™* niu»hnx>ms in a zesly U leatpnnn Tabasco over 

(for lU people) Icole slew and place In a heavy Tabasco-spiced l.mialo .auce ground beef. Arid .alt, chee*e. 

S pounds chock or rump ro.,tlp«i. Cbver with cold water, then, m-ke liberal ^ p.r,Ie> . bread rromh. egg; 

a iiouuiu 4. iw. r 1 _ n—t».a pcppc™ I" their cuisine, and the mix well. .Sha|ie Into 12 small 


^ ^ ,he water. Se.*)n the Pf/'P*™ j" ? *T 

Spcpporconw cabbage with freshly g.«jnd '• K"! 

1 ^uST'choppeil pepper and llw juice of one T.H«i*co. the f^ed liquid pep^r „.| In l»n;e skillet. Remoye and 

4 uiiui. oaqo- Kiiiiar seasonuig mod* from tiny, hot set aside. Saule nnkm until i 

1 medium corrot, ihopiied lemon. Add ‘4 pound of butter. , , . ■ u . . . . ' 

4 mauiuiii ~11 „ _ ._,| red pepiiers grown In Louisiana, lemler; add tnmalnes. tnnialo 

-1 stalk of celery, chopped Covar the pan tightly anil piare v j j 

_ 4 .i_i. 4 JI. § _v „ in •.a-nna-.a posie. mii.ihmoni liqiiid and re- 

Salt. butter, oil on high heat. Cook for 7 or 10 nr.EF AM* PEPPERS ROMA !■ Tai.a*.^ 

1 Old Fashioned glass of rye minutes, checking frequently. _ _ . .a- -j ^ u** , u, 1 ' 1 

. raaiiaarcu *iu. — ,_. .7. . A One teaspoon Tabasisi. di- and seasonings. Bring to a hull; 

whiskev Transfer to a vegetable dish and jj j u' 

wiuanc; L,.,, immarflai.lv vided: 1 lb. gruund beef, 1 tea- add given peppers and niush-i 

Dredge the roa-st In the flour ■ “z- sisxin sail; 's isip grated Par- rooms; rover ami simmer 101 


BEEF AND PEPPERA ROMA -"I rt" 

niaining *4 teaspisai Tabas>-o 

One teaspoon Tabasisi. di- and seasonings. Hung to a hull; 
vided: 1 lb. gruund beef, 1 tea- add given peppers and niush- 
sisxm salt; 's isip grated Par- rooms; rover ami simmer 10 


In a Dutch oven or a heavy slew This is laie of die most In- niesan cheese; 2 tablespoons minutes, stirring orcasionally. 
psn which ha* a tighldltting lid. tnguing cabbage recipes that f I minced parsley; cup pack- Remove bay leaf and garlic i 
Heat hvo tablc.spooiu of bulter have come across and one with g.-aj broad erumb*; 1 elove: add meatballs and slin-' 

with two tablespoons of oil. which I have had a complete beaten; 1 medium onion, mer 10 minutes longer. Serve' 
Rrown the roost well on all success. 'chopiied: 1 can (I tb.t tomatoes; j with noodle*. Yield: 4 generous 

kidec. Rarokvt the excess fat. Bon Appetil! '1 tan (6 nz.s.) tomato paste: servings. 

T# til* roosf add the onion, i ! 

■.l.r; Saturday at stadium 

taste. Add the rye whiskey and' 
rover the pot lightly. Bring to 

What to Wear—Rain Toss 

rook for 25 minutes to the pound C7 

until the meat ia tender. Remove 

And Something Dressy, Too 

liquida and serve as a gravy. C7 a/ 

thickening in the usual manner 

II lequirod. VANCOUVER .(CP) •- also good to have along. And a I'd take in the piegame break-' 

The next recipe for boneless People ei Vancouver lake iheiri^** f®'' shopping Vancouver fa-sia or brunches In slacks, 
rhuek Is of Belgian origtn. rooih.il os 1 major »)cial I "'y " Jacket, shirt and lie and carry I 


tuck Is of Belgian origtn. rooih.ii os 1 major »)ciali“ •*’•">'"'y" Jacket, shirt and lie and carry I 

. A .4 A.™,. „ w„, 

f1.AMA.NDE to .Saturdays Grey Cup fAme,one's seats at the -Sts- ‘This will give you a chance 

2 pounds boneless chuck, cut you would do well to h|||ng dium are covered. If not. hubby make a fast change In your 
Into 1-inch cubes something dre.ssy. iir Is likely to end up "a drowned hoet's bathroom betore meet-, 

Flour for dredging j .a;™ j, (. ..j rat in a dress toproat. his best, mg the other half-frozen or' 

Salt and pepper to taste ' ^ evening suit and hai " roin-soaked cockUiU guests.” 

.1 tablespoons iolod oil won t be able to make^ "PeraosiaJly I would wear a|_ 

K medium onions, sliced iniany changes on the big day,-shirt and tie, sports jacket and 


Flour for dredging 
Salt and pepper to taste 
.1 tablespoons salad oil 
fi medium onions, sliced 


roin-oiMiked cocktail gueals.” 


1 clove garlic, finely elwppcd apparel become. 
1 bottle or one can of beer n-obieni 


taxing. slacka, raincoat and hat all 
day. You can oafely get by In 


ST. JOH.N'S 

The Evening Branch of St. 


Satuida.v. iiircls Wr-l in 

the tradilional Grey Cup guiiir 

But on Friday, Eastern viM- 
lor* ' will meet up with tin- 
WestH enormous variety of lisli ; 
product* at a buffet lunclieon at 
Ba.vshoie Inn. | 

At llie lunclieon, planned by 
llie Vancouver Grey Cup FesU- 
val Comniillce. all di.shes -Irom 
entrees lo suiacls and garnislies 

Mill Irature Brilish Ciiliiiubiii 
ti-*’ 

One, o( Itie bullet* lilglilighls 
II Hojslsiie Pink Salmon an 
Gralln. created lor the liinrheiiii 
!by Gottlieb Dembarh, executive 
rtsrf of the Ra) shore Inn. 

According lo Clief Dainbaib, 

, Ihii Pink Saliiaai dish t* iliiiple 
enough fur a laiiilly inaal. *x- 
I citing enough to aerve to i iiin 
puny, oiul lieilail im laige 
gatlieriiigs You nilglil waul lo 
try lias new eviitiiia lei i|ie It 
lyial'iT plaiiiUliK hi l. rf a im-vd 
!ol Grey Cup walilina loi .sal 
lUrday'a game 

, BAVHIIIIMF: flhh SAl.Mti.N 
I All GitATLN 

4 Ibsp huller, mi) lliirl) 
chopped oniraia, '• cuii dlieil 
gieeii priuxTs. cup aiiiall 
Oieed reil plilientaie, i cup4| 
shred fresh mushitaiiiis. 1 cups 
risikeil rice. I ion (15', oz.l 
It.C. Pink .Saliiiiai. i cups Mur- 
nay Sauce. 

Melt liutler in sliollow saiico- 
pan. Add onions, groan pepiaira 
and mushroom* and siiiiiner lot - 
two minute*, Add pimento* and 
xlnimer for aiiolher injnute 
Add rice and hlend well l-rave 
mixture on heat, alining oc- 
easlonally. until hot Place rice 
mixture on platter In a eircle 
with hole in eenirt. Break Pink 
Salmon into large pieces ami 
I place in centre of rii-e ring, 
-cover Salmon svlth Mornay 
Sauce. Place under broiler until 
sauce I* bubbling and browned. 
Selves 4. Cost: 44 cenU per 
, •ervlng. 

.MORN'AY SAl'CE 

2 Ibsp. butter, 2 tbsp. flour. 

2 cup* hot milk, *i-cup grated 
Cheddar cheeae. Salt and white 
grtxmd pepper to ta»te. 


iin tjn*lv .r • 

IlllArt 4r rv\ t 

. • .1 h • . ■ I 

t.-K 

ST. AI.HAN'fl 

St, Alban'i SO'llp Club wiW 
meet In the Pehth Hall, 14«j8 
R>ui Sirect, Nov. 28 at 2 p m 


I MAYFAIR 


MAX FACTOR 

KepreaenUtlsp 

Mlaa Donna Pendleton. 
Beauty Contullant of 
MAX FACTDH. will be In 
Woodward's Mayfair Cos 
mettc fiepartrnent lo help 
you clioose the correct 
make up for you. 

Time* . . . 

Iliuraday, Nov. SI 
Friday, Nov. 29 
,^12 Noon to 9 p.m. 

All Day 

Balurilay, Nov. It 

Woodward’! Coemelfcs, 

Jfam Floor 


noil orjfrji prompt'}^ jiUrii rkfirp# arruaatl hii i‘ed 


pttditi 

fldn 


‘•firtl IMf" 
tiV Joifllt 
hlnrk penu Hm MOft 
hrontt tind 
pnlH brntndp 

I9»i 


Ingledew's 


also VonOOuver 


719 Yates 8L t 


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jjllnlln CColmiillt VitJerii, I.C.. Tliirt., Nb», 2*. 1M3 27 I 


Vu!«mu Roorkah Pa-t Nohlr- 
(Ii^nd’a (ilut) \m 11 mrct Thu«s 
day. N<n'. J8, at 8 p.m., in the 
lOOF Hall. D(Hi;;las Strrot 
Momhrrs aro askod to rnnom 
her thr s<Kkji, mitts. >:W»vt> 
and handkeivhK'f, for the H.t' 
Pmte-itant Orphatiace. 


Likes Long Hair 


a quiet off-hand elegance that sets 
you apart, gives you a sense of pride, 
every time you wear them. 


TORONTO (CP)—PmriHian hair stylUt Serga 
MoriM>li Kays the Iohk treMrsi of thr Mona Lisa 
tiill rrmain a laslinK model lor women's hair sOIrs. 
**Ix>n|; hair is thr most beaiitifui part of a woman. 
It has sex appeal and distinetion.” 


ST. rKTI.K'S <.l ll.l> 

St. Peter's Ladies LNcnini: 
(Ttoild uill hold a niinniaue sale 
Saturday, Nm*. 30 at 9 am 
Orange Hall. 745 Courtne> 
Street. 


Statk heels for smart 
ness, ted.- dark biown 
and beige. Sizes 4 tq 10. 
AA and B widths. A pair 


SHOP AT 


the perfection of 
more than 

385 YEARS 
EXPERIENCE 

IS yours with 

BOLS 

CREME 
DE MENTHE 


FORT VICTORIA CHINA SHOP 

1004 GOVERNMflNT STREI>:T 


for xirts that are ilirfFrenI—Imported Knalisli 
Bone China, Genuine Cut GIbbs. Crystal, 
I.lquFUr and ('orktall Sets, Hand-rartrd 
Miindrn Haures, Canadian Hand palnird 
MiMMirn Plaques and .Souvenirs. 

Come In and see niir wide selerttnn of 
numerous idher (nOs, at pretthrUtmas 
aa vines. 


vencr, will introduce her. There will 
be home cooking, aprons and many 
other wares for sale. Pictured are 
Donn Holm, a helper. Mrs. Lee, -Mrs. 
Mae Munro, second vice-psesident, 
nnd Miss Winnifred Hughs, vice- 
president. 


Ida Clarkson will open the annual 
Christmas bazaar and tea to be held 
under the auspices of the Cat’s Pro¬ 
tection League in the Britannia 
Branch, Royal Canadian Lesion hall, 
on Saturday, Nov. 30, from 2 to 4 
p.m. Mrs. Anna Lee, general oon- 


Binwii. dsik Krrv and 
brige Sizrn 4 to 11, AA 
and B width. A pair 


Fori Victoria Cbiia Shop 

1004 Goverameat Street Phone EV 5-2213 


RKGLNA (CP)—Mrs. i. O. Asselin of Monl- 
real, president of the Women's Liberal Federation 
of Canada, said Tuesday members of her group 
are not playing the full role of which they are 
capable. 

t *'We have a much larger role than Just making 
up telephone committees and doing the general 
donkey work at election times. I know the women 
of Canada and 1 know there is nothin* they eannot 
do if they are united for a common cause.” 

Mrs. Asselin was speaking to the annual meet¬ 
ing of the Saskatchewan Women's Ijberal Associa¬ 
tion. 


Set our slippor susgtstioni for Chriitmii 


The Vanity 


1306 DOUGLAS ST. 


GIFT POTTERY 


AMSTERDAM HOLLAND 

ESTfiaillMlD IM 1970 


NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING 
STIMUUTES BUYING 


Thun. • Fri. • Sat. Only 

Save money on attractive gift 
items. Maay lovely pieces to 
choose from. 

While QubiHHIm LmI! 


Ttiii advifliMiiMat ii m( puhliihtd tr Otf- 
IlM LiOMf Control OearO or by 
tfio GovorimiOiit tf Intisb CoIhmOm. 


WCTV Leader 
Here Friday 

The Woman's Christian 
Temperance Union Provincial 
Insiitute will he held on Fri¬ 
day, Nov. 29 in the Flee Me¬ 
thodist Church, coiner Cook 
and Balmoral. 

Mrs. A. D. KcKh. National 
pi-esident, will addiess the 
group at the morning aeaalon 

Mrs. N. Phillips will be 
hostess at a "Get Acquainted" 
p'ruesta In the afternoon when 
fruit juica drinks will be 
served. 


nXlWERlNG PI.ANTS 
"AND CHRISTMAS ITEMS 


SPECIALS- 


PERMA FLOWER I 

. and I 

FRESH FLOWER j 
ARRANGEMENTS I 


Place your holly orders now for 
delivery in Eaatem Canada. 
Delight your friends with cheery, 
areU-beiried ho!ly. 


Flowers to suit every onwaton 
weddings, corsages, funeral 
designs. 


SAI.B SATUKDAY 

The Church of Jesu* Christ 
of Latter Day Saint, (Mor 
moni, ‘2990 Quadra, will hold 
a bazaar and bake aale on Sal 
urday, Nov. 30, from 3 to 6 
pm. The sale, sponsored by 
ladies of the Relief Society, 
is in aid of the building fund. 


POLLOCK'S 


FLORISTS 

EV 4-5315 


1315 DOUGLAS STREET 


DRESSES FOR THE 
EXCITING SEASON 


fop. An *Mer • dresg of rich peon dc 
note vith haremfsqur tkirf emphostttnp 
the tmw ahirred trout mccenled uith a 
nngte rote. Creoted by Doytol. 

I2A00 


middte- For the plortout entree ot m pelp pmr*p. 
•II elepmnt crepe theeth utKIi denng troop bock 
ond on-or-ott pmnel of ftomting chiffon, from 
Sielyn Alden. 

WH 


FASHIONABLE 

WARM 

WATERPROOF 


fcwier: For dai/timr chic—a fa-o-p<ere eniemble of 
rrepe nufte uool utia wide roicl aertliae dosh- 
ing over tht.shouUer tie aad iletider iheatk Bkirt. 
Bf Dtgi’ol. 

126 90 


Artfully atylad, tupramaly comfort* 
ablo — Etkiloos aro Impatviout 
to cold, slush and stains. They 
wips cistn as nsw with watsri 
In fabulous nsw Royalon and ricli 
tsatursd bruthtd ny.on. 


Word, reanot /ally deicribe the er- 
eitemeat yoa mil feel irhen yoa acta- 
•ily lee llie qaaiity at GraF*. Becaaw 
Gray, bnay, yoa more /aakioa, more 
qaality, more excluttveneie tt a price 
nach leu than yoa—or asyoae—aoald 
aver laiayiae. 


OR»POOD FOOTWEAR 


rharge 

accounts 

invited 


EATON'S 

OF 

CANADA 


^ OLD 
^COUNTRY 
SHOE STORE 


COAST TO COAST 
NEWSPAPERS 
SELL THE MOST 


Mayfair Shopping Centre 


Phone sat 7141 


RXS JohiiMon 



































28 Sailll Cdlonllrt Vlcfori*. B C.. Tliart., Not 2B, IM.1 


Recall Pioneer Days 


■ -n*' ij'if'd rIoi’iiPt (>' ■ ^ '• r » • ftah 

»n^ V ' d* clothr* pond «m' hallonr* 

•e •od ha*s An un- In rl’aigp of tiip \^rou« 

‘t • . vmII he dip dr("i' vs)ll hr M-'^ F* P vt >5r< 
in .■*•» -rt-T hllrfl with Tfi'vnn M, . I f n. W %. 

r*.iinK i»pr*i*i for )inrt (i f LHwa iN W II ('' ^f, 

. HU ,\YPA in/vid)cv M»«, (• K llflr\r\ pnd Miit A, 
dir .•’irnwHin Km tlir 


Mi-«. W Skilling* wtUopm Ihr f 
annuiil ChrisYniAN bA7?iMr of St 
XlAlibiMfl Ijidir*' VApning (*ui!d 
arranged (or Sat'»r*ria\, Nov. 30 ^ 
at '2 p in. in i1>p t huii h hall. t 
Mrs I> Wairj* \Mil ('I’lurne 
Jhr mUot tra N\lmh viil tir 
held in lltr iip|»ri hdil. • 

Of *j»^i lal mtp»p^l to the men I 
will l>f the T\' ^el in the upiHi ] 
lii-eside rwim wliere ihe> r«n j 
watch the <iie> C'up game un- « 
intemipted while their wi\e« are j 
huny bixMsing anumg the inan> j 
ba/aar stall.iB In the lower hall. • 
'lliere ll l>e stalls home* j 
baked giMKlies, caml>' Chri*»lfna5 * 


PORT ALBERM- Pioneer Sona and rtaiighteia-ln las^Jnan led in Eroude. Sask.. and 
d*>-» On th« pralrtea were re- Mr. and Mri. Jack CaJdWelB^hortly after went to home 
called when Mr. and Mra. Ray- and Mr. and Mn. Ke4th Cald alead near Harlem, Monf. In 
mond Caldwell celebrated their well were hoata at the open 1918 they moved to a farm at 
golden wedding anniveraary at 'house. Cbmax, Sa.sk. 

tbeir home. Mr, and Mja. CaWweU were Both Mr. and Miw. CaWwell 

are Ti >ears. They Fiave liveil 
In Port Alberni since 19-10. 

A' treasuie clte-st holding 50 
silver dolJara w’bs given to the 
CaldwwIU bv their family at a 
dinner at Cireenwoud on the 
eve of the anniversary. 

Here for tire occasion were, 
Mt^. Caldwells wster. Mil. 
Henry l..ebbeit, Kllmore. Sask., 
'brother and lAstci In laiw, Mr. 
arxl Mr.s. VV'aldo Pearabn. and 
' Mrs, E. Pearson, fh nice Ku 
I pert; Mr. and Mrs. (iil Mac 
f>onakl. Mr. and Mrs. Ken 
^acltonald, Duncan; Mr. and 
Mrs. Karle Oahlman. Cuuiie 
pay; Mr.s. Adele Pearson. .Mr. 
gnd Mia. Ted Pearson and Miss 
Lenna Pearson, Vancouver. 


TOYS-TOYS-TOYS 


GORGEOUS 
POTTED PLANTS 


.SAVK FROM 20% »• 

Buy Now —T P*y I'rh-.^Ol • 

U R KNOU’iNUI.V I NORRMlLt. 

CONTINENTAL NOME SUPPUY 

•fti JoassoN 


. . a gift of lasting beautv 
I. . . sonicthtng t,o mioyilong 
'after the hnlidav Ncasnn. 

* Pidnsettlaa 

* <'y4lan>rn 

M INitled Munis 

M .Azaleas 

* Beautiful, freshly cut 

fl4»w ers 


PROTECT THE CLdTHES 
YOU CARE ABOUT 

U ITH TIU^R I 

INDIVIDUAL UN EXTRAS 


Mrs. Doug Sproxton and her 1 
daughter, Mlss Klaine Spiox- 
ton, entertained at a recent J 
show'er in their Corge Road || 
home, honoring bride-elect « 
Mis.s Chatmaine Biwy. Hifl.'i ■ 
were In a decoi^ted basket g 
Other Inviled guests were the B 

. '■ » .l._- \fl._ ® 


Mr. and Mrs. George Duncan of Sooke announce 
ihe forthcoming marriage <rf their younger daugh¬ 
ter, Dianne, to Mr. Harold Frederick Nieman, son 
of Mrs. Nieman of Pembroke, Ont.. and the late 
Mr. H. F. Nieman. The wedding will take place in 
Ottawa on Dec. 14. Miss Duncan is a graduate from 
St. Joseph’s Hospital School of Nunang, 1961 class. 
Mr. Nieman Ls a graduate from R.'erson, Toronto. 
— (Miss Duncan by Ghevions, Mr. Nieman by 
I..e Roy Toll) 


IMrrrI Knmi (Ircciihoiiuc hi ^«ii Same Hay 
Kl.tkUKKS UIKMI AWMHKRE 

ROWN’S Ki-SSms 

It.M STKKKT l-HONK IfiHli. .Wt-.Vyt.TI 


YRTRaANR’ UA | 

. ‘iy>e regular meeting of tlie 
;U'omen’i Auxiliary ta the Vet 
•rana' Hospital will be helrt In 

'Vi-- 1_—a «a .4 _4 ei _ 


bride-to-be > mother. Mr*y. 
Doug Biay: Mrs. S. Field Mm. 
A. Manning. Mr*. W. Barnes. 
Mrs. J. IXin-smoie, Mrs. R 
Huigess, Ml?. K. Sproxton, 
Mis. A. (Ksege. the .Misses 
iSandi'a and Debbie Bray, Cor- 
linne Dunsmore. Pat Burgess 
and Dianne Wilson. 


The hoaptta! Monday at 2 p m 


ya ocNTir tiMO^ 




LUMBAGO 


’ I ■ACK-ACHt • LAMl BACK 

WhTfi reur kick ll •till «a aaiklul M 
it i, haid Ur y,u U lUa, ar kana 
' taka lha famaNf lhal hat aiauahl rtkaf 
’ la Ihauiandi—TEMPLETON'S T-M-C*t, 
Dar'l tultar a Nay lan|«r than yau ha«a 

advice. Do I go or flOt?^ la.GalT*M-C‘ttada|.0abMcaaNS1 M 
DEI.,IaA caunttra avarywhaia. 

Delia: Go, Girl, Go. If 

anyone U entitled to a break, bpasb aawaa>. pvam Cu aw! 

|i.as. 

you are. 


Dear Ann l.anders: My 17-year-old daughter Is 
(fusing me a great, deal of grief. It is not HER I am 
^concerned about, iCs the unfortunate young fellows 


.i*niei ixenn* 


Starts Thursday 


Ton'll nnd Them at 
Plant— 

Oak Baj: Junriliui 

Doaglaa al 

Rnmlmldl (Just 
behind EmprMi 
Hotel) 

Fort at VanroHver 
(Drivedn) 

Gorge Road at 

fUllcum 


become victims of her beauty and charm, _ 

Lxireua takea fiendish dr. 

ijlght in making a boy 1*11 in l>*r Mother: Your daugh- 
B|ve with her. TTien she tosses ter’s destructive personality Is 
him astde. first making cer a symiptom of a serious emo- 
tain that ihe hai reduced him tional pioblem. 
tB nothing. Tl,, jr/,eb«t Is a female 

Pvt seen boys leave our honse counterpart of the Don Juan. 
In tears. Loretta has trium- Such girls collect hearts the 
pliantly shown me lettei-s from wa.v little buys collect bottle 
haartbroken young men who top*. 

can't understand why she has Unless your daughter gets 
dumped them withput warn profe:«ional help she may 
Ing. She has a fantastic "love- never be capable of a mature 
niuaeum" of relics from form- relationship with a male. 

R sweetheart-*. It baffles mei a a a 

that she is able to destroy I , . o j 

these poor fellows one after ®*"'' Ann; I ws.s just «I1^ 
the other. I should think the out of the bathtub with the 
word would get around. new« that ‘Grandma and 

Wbat can I do to atralghten f^>«ndpa ara here. Inis U 
her oiil? No good can come of the fourth tlrn# they have 
It. -MOTHER or A HEART dropped In this wrert. 

LESS GIRL. **y parents are both retired 


ThcM nine Incallnns 

Kings Road at ^ 
Quadra 

In Oak Bay Village 
(next ThMtrel 
Esunlmali Road 
Inppaalte Park) 
Cadhoro Bar (la IhB 
Wlllewa.vl 
tm Menile*. 

Janiaa Bay 


For the Ladies 
DRESSES 

Wool blends, crepes, n) Ion. bet¬ 
ter cottons. Reg. 10.98 to 2!i.(l0. 

9BB ABB 

SAI.F. fc te « 


QUILTED DUSTERS 

Floral and pastel rolora in aie 
tale, nvion. lace trimmed. Reg 

.B- 

SKIRTS 

Wool, party taffeta, felt. Si7s>s 
in to 16 Reg to 16 95. ABi 
KALE, from ..—--m 

BRASSIERES 

Exquisite Form, r*l«l Burst 
Reg. to 2.95. 4 IB 4 BB 

SALK I le I 

for the Girls 

SKIRTS) W'oni skirts in sires 2 to 14. Including pleat 
ed Vlyella tartans. Reg. 4.98 to 8.98. AOO ^Bl 

SALE C to W 

GIRLS' TAR < OATK—Pile lining, red and blue or 
Ion, sizes 4 to 7. Reg. 10,98. CBI 

SAI.K “ 

lill'.VUINfi PY-IA.MAS- Some mandarin style. sizr« 
4 to 12. Reg. to 7 98. ABI 

BALK ^ 

* I0TS’ WINTER JACKETS 

Laminate*, wool, terylane. nylon In- 
rtmllng ski Hyde, some hooded. Sizes 

3 to 18. Reg. to 12.98. CBS QBB 

KALE V to 9 

MXK's toDiinia 

STRETCH SOCKS 

Reg I.SO pair. OQ* 

KAI^.. OO 

FLANNELETTE PYJAMAS 

Reg. 4 98. A7B 

KAIJ': w 


JW ^ 22 more thoppinf diys 'til Christmas. 

L But I'm not guing to get caught like I did last 

W year . . . rushing around madly at the last 

'.^■apT mimilc because I'd waited toe lung to decide 

I v'/ what to buy ihoae special people oa my gitl- 

hit. My local BA.VK OF MUNTRKAI. supplies 
" Ihe perfect answer to (his problem. You can't 
brat hollv-drroratcd Christmai cheques or B of M muney orders 
in lilt ir 'brightli coloured envelopes or (older, (or popularity. 
And the voungilera just love to receive a B of M passbook — 
with a nice balance iniidc — enclosed in a gay Christmas 
passbook cover. Why not save yourself worry and shoe-leather 
this vear ... do that -'diflicult'' shopping (irat —at your 
neighbourhood B of U. 

BCLIiVE MI, this vegetable ‘with a differeaet' it a treat ta 
eat at any meal, noon or evening, hot or 
rold. It'i sauerkraut and il'i parliculai:^ 
delicious when it's LIBBY'S SAl'ERKRAt T 
. . . high in appetite appeal and low in cost. 

Here's one way 1 like to serve it . , . g 

JIPfY WINTIB lALSO b' XjImM 

t tMi. CM (l>, ciietl Litky's SsMrkrsel, ertlmSi B 
W CO, csMaisrtlal tser ersssk; I Is 1 i,ai**a"i esra- h — 


they (eel like It. I hale to 
think of being rude to my ownj 
parrnM but my husband In be-, 
coming to Irritated that he' 
finds It hard to he nvU to 
them. Last week he was con-- 
ducting a business meeting In' 
the library and my father 
barged right In and sat down.: 

Please. Ann. lell me w hat to 
do about thin 




PARENT 

PROBI.EM. 

Dear Problem; T will tay ll 
on* more lime: No one inot 
even parwnlai should assume 
the welcome mat ta ahvaya out 
and that a vlaic any old time 
It OK. 

You should ask your folks 
le please telephone before 
they come. If it la not con- 


Groap 1— 

Lovely group of fabiU'i. velvets, 
velours, fells. In black, brown, navy, 
beige, coffee, pink, red. green . . . 
only 1 few of Ihe attractive colon. 
Wonderful value at.. 


ANY ITEM-SALE $1.00 


rhildren'i PuHovrra -Long sleeves, eotton knit. 
Including Ljwlybird. Reg. in 3.BB 

Boys' Panbi—Corduroy, lined jeans. Reg 3.88 
Boys’ Gloves — Lined leatherette. Reg. 1.B8 
Kleepnra — Size I to 4. Ladybird Reg 3.38 
Ijsdiea' Briefs Blue, pink and while. .S.M.I. 
Reg. SOr pair. Kale. 3 fiairs for 1.00 

■ .allies' Glovea Lined leatherette. Reg l.BlI 
Men’s White Tee HMiis .S M L. Reg 1.3B 
Keamlesa Nylona Fini qualitv. 

Kale, 2 pairs 1.00 
Toddlers' Lined Klim Jims and 
Vlatrhlng Top Ket*. Reg 4.90 


drains. You'll never misa the time it takea to S,, B 'bf . H J 
put jual 2 tabicapoona of Gillelt'i Drain Cleaner i 
in every drain, every week . . . lhat'a all: So ^V, 
keep your kitchen aink a aafe place to wash "SaIMB 
your (amily'a food and diahea, keep your bath¬ 
room tub and basin wonderfully clean ... by making one day 
a week your "CilletCa Drain Cleaner Day''l 

ONCE YOU'VB TRIED IT, I’m aure you'll agree that the 
- , grealeal difference in your family wash 

, I I ia the difference CAl.GO.N makes. Not a 

1 ■' I C.^! . < p aoap — not a detergent . . . Calgon ia (he 

cj^i ...‘V V I k' kighly effective water conditioner that 
a 9^ I T.. cleana away waahiag film —the ''bathtub 

* 11 Ting'' of tbe waahing machine. Simply add 

■ *.. M IT It to your waih water along wiik less .soap 

' / nr detergent . . . and to Ihe riiue. too. 

Calgon cleoaa OMoy misliiag film, restorea brightness and natural 
aotlness. Linena 'aparkle' with cleanlineia . . . coloiira come 
out bright and clear . . . towela flulf up like new. Washer 
makers recommend Calgon water conditioner and so do I. 

DO YOUR HOUSEHOLD CHORES seem twice as ditticult because 

yoii'ie s|ienl sleepless nights with the paint 

o( miirilis, rheumatism or arthritis' Then 

here t wonderful news ter you. Thousands of W. , 

men and women get long laaling relief from e-Vc- > 

aiich iiiffering |b.v taking TEMPLKTO.N S .av. ..i a 

I RC's. I'anida'a largest telling medicine . . . W 

siiei Kill'i made for lha auch pain. | 

Amt "line good ncwi' . . . can gel er en 
faster, DOUBI.F. ACTION relief by applying ~i: u 
Templeton'a FLAME rream Liniment eitern- 
tlly at the aame tunc aa you take TRC'a internallyt 


Group 2— 

Faihionahl* pillboxes, brelona, fe¬ 
doras. high hats and liWl# ones . . . 
all Included in this grnup. Complete 
range of color* In velourt, benvera, 
sotells at big savings... 


Group 3— 

Choose from lush heaven, solells, 
at the height of fashion. 

VBry Special at . - 


Dear Ann lauiders; I'm so 

mad I could spit tacks. I've 
been marned for 14 yeara to 
a guy who thinks he is still 
playing tackle (or S.M.U, 

We have nix children. TYie 
okimt Is 12. 


the youngest Is 
four. I've never had a ciraning 
woman, a laundiesa or help of 
any kind. After each one of 
the bahie* came I went right 
from the hospital to the laun¬ 
dry room. I’ve never had any- 
iliing leseiubling a va. ation 
The kids were always too small 
to take along or I was picg - 
iiant. Ko my husband took hisl 
annual two-week vacations to 
vi.stt his folki without me. | 

Now I have won a contest: 
prize which is a trip to Dallas 
(or one whole week e^^naes 
paid, even the price ofiihouse. 
keeper. My husband saya no 
married woman should have 
enleied such a contest and if 
I go it meant I am looking for 
excitement. 

I told him I was going to 
write to you and tcrept your 


All new fall ahapps in blark, 
brown, navy, aimiilated patent. 

Rf-X. $5.00 and $5.98. $ A99 
SPECIAL . 0 

Reg. $7.98 to $9.98 SC99 
SPECIAL_ 9 


Fimt qualify, iieain(i<p« nylona, 
two amart ahadea to i-hooM 
from. 


AM Kale* 
Final 




IBt4 DOI GIJYR HTBFJT 


SPORTSWEAR, 
SKIRTS, SLIMS, 
SLACKS, TOPS 

25 % OFF I VttoVyOff 

DRESSES and SUITS --- Va to Vs OFF 


COATS 


JAGUAR 


All Reduced from New Freah Stobk received for Our Ojiening 
October 10th thi.s year. 


GOVLRNOR 


COLONEL 


I }9 htard • numuor ed timFa uf 
thB iRini TUB itBini ' and “FManMl 

■ ■d B1BB4 ' WhBl d« ttoBBB WrUI 
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MR« a N P 

VICTOAIX. I e. 


Take advantage of this pre-Chrialmaa saving and while you are 
in Mias Frith'a, be aure to see the lovely Chriatmaa fashions in the 
new Miaa Frith Fashion Department. 


nu, •Ilia, ll tiiutlly 1 iiitia-liaa 
r«n»uuDd ihBt 18 KOPUBd ta tha 
ba/hB af Wniaa Bnd AiMtnat^r 
ruii lA gi«B th»M botfz Aa aln- 
Ifiilia artaklina and hufkilna A 
lariB pBrrenlaga af ih* rutB balna 
manufacturMl lada? hav* n^har- 
iBBd ar fiBRitrlBad backi ThiB irpa 
af tuf BheiiM nai ba aif*d be ih# 
tiilPt cauld da BierB hara than 


Just Sa.v “Chaiv O' 


Bi nr.l'T TKRMS 
IF PFAIRF.D 


neuy f-ZLcaaKtL stjyles—jusC uuhat he LL loant fon 

When a man flip* into a pair of Packard Slippers, something wonderful happens. 
Knowledgeable women don't try to understand it—they just appreciate its t^ect. 
No matter what else he gets for Christmas,, be sure he gets new Packard Slippers. 

BUY voun PACKABO BLIPPinB AT ANY OP THE POU.6wiNS BTORE 


* Millinery and Fashions 

Virloria’i Mo«| CnmplMp LidiPi' SprcUlfy Shop 

IfifT nOITfIcAA ST. KV 8-1012 

Tiirklng • Prohl^m >^jir MUa KHIIi’b 


C'Rrprl Pr4»hlpni«? Wril# In 

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MR. r. r. ( ARPKNTFJI 


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SAFEWAY 


Prices Effective: Nov. 28 , 





















lllUM 

nu\Tiii 

MllK 


Swiff t Preni 

U^Ua. 


Chicken Noodle 

Or Tainato VeBetahIa, 
packaga _ 


Safaway INSTANT 


Moir's Premier 


(Mai tlM wMa Tarlatjr tt 
Haran jaa1l (or tta 


Lucerne Party Pride 


Lucerne Bonus Quality 


Loose Pack, 
Manzanilla, 12-oz. jar 


Flariit quality. Bleb aad 
creamy. The leaaoB'a 
favorite_ 


Ice Gream Gups 
De Liii Nit Roll m 
let Gnam Plat ^ 
Spimoai lea Grum 


Exact 

Noap TaUrla. 

SprrW oKer, ^ 

riant pM- . ■ 

Omo Datargant 

Spralal after, a € 

Klac riM pk«. ... I. 
Swan 

Mqali Deterfent. 
Hperlel offer, fl 

24-ee. plai. O 


Bill Boaiat 

Margarine 
AM. 2 n.55c 





















































PARADE 
OF VALUES 


Fruit Piesi^sn_ 

49' 

Pineapple Juice ^ J 

i..r59' 

Shrimp Most i 

ifor89' 

Sweet Biscuits 

49' 

Pil163ppl6 „ a 

5.or5? 

Rice krispies - ! 

2..r59' 


Fresh Baked 
Skylark 

Vienna Loaf 


p; \[r Covered with B eeo m e Beede. 

ViJP .2 ..89c 

diiimon Rolls Tooetaeater, whits QQm 

loed. leg. SBe Special. Pk|. of 8--- 

Sindwieh Breid Bkjlark. p Q9c 

White or Browo. Thia SHoed, Id-oi. loaf C for w9lo 

Riitin Bread S^.^.....25c 
Brown ’n’ Servo Bans ««. 

Skylark, rkg. ol IX. dwW 

Hamburtor or Wionar Bans ... 

Skylark, BBoed. Pkf. of IX_ODC 


Dinner Napkins _ 

_35c 

Propirod Mustard iS^ii 

_27c 

Spaghetti Sanee Mix _ 

.2 i.r 39c 

Pilisbnry Biieeits ^. 

.2 lor 37c 

Schick Razor Blades 

_79c 

Bayer Aspirin _ 

.65c 

Euo Fruit Salt I.arga«i9iilwittb. _ 

age 

Bair Spray 

.98c 

Baby Powder . 

.65c 

Flash Bulbs SrS.?"* 

..$1.49 

Saran Wrap 

sac 

1 Chinoso Dinners | 


Fancy Pink Salmon - 2f.r59 

Salad Dressing _49' 

Crest Toothpaste r™“_55 


with Flitrlitii 

Rpivlal Orivr! 


Effoetivo Novsmbor 28, 29, 30 
In Qrtattr Vicloria Only 

Wo Reaerve the Bight to Limit tfuaatltlea 

/ 


^ ruipu PAK 
^Raiato 

W- - , .3. 


Fresh and. 
crisp, 

9 -oe. tri pack. 


Halley's 

Potato 

Chips 


Made only from the finest ingredients. 
Try each flavor: Garlic, French Onion, 
Blue Tang or Horseradish and Bacon. 
10-oz. carton ...____— 


For tasty plea aad taris, 
13 fl. oz. Jar__ 


Lucerne 

Party Dips 

finest ingredients. ^ 
rlic, French Onion, #1 
adish and Bacon. 

Empress Pure 

Mincemeat 

99 


Pie Crust Mix ..39^ 


Hindymin Tools d!8S^Bl!r^3Lm^ftiw?r 

Hack 80.1 with llvo btadoa, Bsoh..SRFla 

Cheez Whiz 

Kraft Cheett Spread 

16-OLjar__ WW 


Cheese 


Cheese Sliees 2 .. 59 e 

Sharp Clib Choest _ 79 e 

Mefiin Chiddar Choose Sr!!^'..._ 7 Sc 
Cheeio Portion 65 c 

Danish Simsoo Cheese £!^._ 89 c 

Philidoiphii Cbooio STiST: _ 39 e 

Handi-Sink Obono Krdr'^....-See 


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Featuring Hindquarter Cuts and Prime Ribs, all 
properly aged to ensure tender eating. Serve your 
family and guests t|ie best this weekend. 


Sirloin, Club or Boneless Round 
Government-Inspected « 

Kamloops Show Beef. I 


SAFEWAY ::^erD 

Fancy Gourmet Steaks 

standing Rib Roast TopSirioin^ak 

^ .A. Boneless flK 

Beef —“The King of Roasts' 

Tender, Julgf, Flavorful 
Kamloops Show Beef.. 

Ground Beef 


Boneless 


Safeway Guaraataed <taality 


Whole Salmon 


Fully Cooked ... Boneless 

All coarse shank meat removed ... 
Serve hot or cold_ l _ 


Small, 

S-5lbs. Lb. 



ESi 


Florida Indian River 


Fresh, New Crop, 
Tort, Sweet, Juicy, 

White or Pin 

Size 48s. 


SAFEWAY 




ii Qrialir Vieloria 
Oily 


H'e Befiene the Right to Limit Quaatitiea 

























( anatJiun.y W 

fUidfie 7 ille 

M1A^^ BFArH AP> - A 
Canariian if'd'Ti Tur,»ri«\ wnn 
life rrn'irr rtirn » p*ir romp»ti- 
lion Kt Ihr (nil nmional ronturf 
l)Tiric» tAumanirnt tnr Murrav 
and Sammy Krhnla of Toronto 
vioifd MKli'i points. 


Batll] CrDliml!l! Vitfori.. I.G.. Tfc«rt. Not. *». \n3 


Candidates Queried 


Gorge, Vtirsity 
Top Projects 


Major Kdmund Pooihroxd 
Corby, wall known in army 
circlra In Victoria before and 
durinic the Second Woild War, 
his died in I/imlon. hintjland, at 


.Maj. Corby, wtio was born in 
Stamford. IJnccln.-.hire, came to 
and 


Victoria at an early ace 
attended South Park School. 

lie was employed by the Iloyal 
Bank in Victoria before Joining 
I he army. 

lie served as adjutant of Dis¬ 
trict Depot U at Bay Sti-eet 
Armoun' and then as com¬ 
mandant of Otter Point arm.t 
camp before going overseas. 

In 19S8 Maj. Corby married a 
White Russian princess who fled 
Russia at the time of the revolu¬ 
tion. 

At the end of the Second 
World War. he took a job with 
the British War Ministry and 
had lived In tlngland since that 
time. 

lie is survived by hii widow 
Marina. In Kngland, his parents 
|Mr. and Mri. P. K. Corby, and 
one brother, all of Victoria. 


plan and four in fads' wrth quall- 
ficatiuns. 

Opinions on tlie 1961-62 recrea- 
bon survey proposals were 
mixed with ifs ani buts and a 
number of "politirian" an.'-wers.^ 

Most candidates favored tbej 
committee or board plan fur 
inier-munieipal oo-operation on 
sewer and roads, and one, lionel 
C. .Speller in Saanich, recom¬ 
mended amalgamation! as an 
answer to many common prob- 
' h ms. 

There was IKtle hesitation 
among Saanich candidates about 
I the need for a community centre 
rtiere,. just as Oak Bay candi¬ 
dates favored a swimming pool. 

Ksquimall was divided on the 
question of a separate fire 
di partmenr. 

Three were opineed, twn wei'e 
in favor, and others hsd quali- 
f'ed opinions. 


make money out of It finance 
K If psiMte nweiey In to be 
apent. there aie any number 
ot pemianenl projecta. even 
sewage duponal 


MAJOR F B CORBY 
, , , deed at 99 


tenary project In the mlnd-s of Ih Baanich, William Mattiek, 
eandidatea for Greater Vic- aeeklnf a rounetl seat. f«vor^ 
toria-i muninpel offices. the (kyrge and G C. 

The opunions were expres.sed Cook, seeking le-HecIlon. ad 
In rapliei lo a questionnaire comiideiallon lor the 

aent oul to randidales hy the C«r«e umse.sit) and civle 
AAAociation of Women Kleclors 

Of Greater Victoria. . "T 

divided between a jmnt protect. 

OTHRR MEWS A.SKED ^ uiaverslty plan, an Olympic 

The questlon.s also sought swimming pool, and reerrauon. 
Views of the recreation aur KKi.my pi.g.v pA%OR».l> 
vey, Capital Region Plan. Inter- . . . 

__ All nine csmtesunM In Saan- 

mumcipal cooperation and can- 

dWnlPti- particuUr hUerexts. , 
hint. A. M. Gunning, spokes- ‘ P'*" « 

man for the a-s-soolatlon. said >*•"'"* bekwig. to 

she felt the survey was a sue- P**”""* 

eeas. She hoped It was "Just a . _ 

beginning" and that others ^ 

wmild be made in future yeam. ■**** 

A survey of Victoria city l a b» 

eandWalrs will he made when (tllfirfi I 
Bominatlons close. 

VerTERS SET RKPIJES 

A total of 2,000 copies of - *o 1 

candidatns' replies arc being I-'I O T1 | 1AC 
thstribuled to voters In Bsan B. rCHILUvI^IJ 
trh, Esquimau and Oak Bay, 
and may hr ohiained from Mrs. 

R I>elr. EVMfiSl. ' | ^ 

Some candidates In .Baanlch. ■ 11 ■ i|l|1ITl| 

Eaquimalt and Oajt Bay fa- V 
vorrd the university plan but 

had reservationa. I^ONDON iCPi — Cieorgs 

FIRM OX GORGE Drew, Canadian high rammla 

Those backing tha Gorge ueorr in laiadoa arhe la letir 
plan were quilt firm. lug. tatd Wednesday nigbt then 

Building or developing of is an urgent need to re-examira 
recreational f a c 111 ties won the lelalkinshlps w 11 h I a Ihi 
favor as an alternative to the Commonwealth and Warner 
university plan in some cases, that neglect could destroy the 
In others, It was favored as umnri of nations, 
a local pomdblllty providing no • Our thoughts are disiraclei 
aica plan was adopted. today hy an many differtai ar 

■Six of Eaquimalt a randi £,nl/alyiris, all useful In them 
ibilea plumped for the Gorge ,,il „ ^ 

but councillor candidates C^r- m 

Jl** J: moat Imponant taatllulVin of al 

A ehha favored the univwalty, ^ Onmmonwrollh l%eif " 

P*P' Drew also waraad agalaa 

OAK RAT REAmON ,p„hy and uiM; 

In Oak Bay, three favored .xii sT ItECIDR 

favo^ me univerai^f • rommonwalth r . a 11 

Joint pTj^^t li^? naming 
iny ideas 

WUliam A. Scott, candidate u 

la enough la ltt*l/.“ 
for council, asked for "Ol hwh »wv..wU.knaer u. w 

tnooumento for the dead, but ^^ " 
cultural, recrealional or educa-,!^" *'* 
tional for Ihe living.- P"* fT* '“T 

W AIT FOR BAM.VHOOr ' .k*. rv-. 


ONLY ^diUDeoaKBr m 
=28 EXTRA VALUE FEATURES 


Big I."! - Inch wheels 
and tirea—longer tire 
life than 13-inch. 
More ground clear¬ 
ance, smoother riding, 
bigger brake drums. 


KIRAT CANAL 
Hia Bial tranaportalion ca 
nal In Cbnada waa started al 
l^chlnr, Que.. about 1700 but 
was not oompirled. 


“Pass”the savings on to You 

Choose Put Aveme 
CiYStil Glosses For 
Holiday EntertainiRg 

CARTON OF 12 


CtiairmaJi laird Tweedsmuir, 
kitroduring "our old friendi 
George Drew." said hr thought 
Drew would mita l-cndoa andj 
"I am abaolutrly aura that Luo-, 
doo will mitt him.’* 

The high commisainnrr. In a 
brief tribule to the late prcal- 
drnt Kennady. said the less of 
tbit "gay and youthful presi¬ 
dent’ was a prraoaal tragady | 
"for all of ua " 

RECENT 9 EAR* 

"Perhapa In thla atmosphere 
It now may be pnaaihle for all 
nf ua srhn art dedietted to the 
preservattoa and atrrngthening 
nt Ihe Commonwe a lth to turn 
our ihoughlt and anergy to the 
■trurture and purpnae at that 
great asirid feUowahIp whlrh 
hot emerged in recent year 
with the granting of k idepan 
denen by the Brttlah govern- 
mem ta an many farmer rainn 
iai frrl t oriaa whkh have tan- 
leonia sovereign tiatat within 


RESDAN for Dondniff 


Now to Lick 
the Hazards of 


Winter Driving 

Canadian winfera place a 
heavy burden of reaponaibt- 
lity on you Iba driver, ia 
normal or emerfeitcy ail- 
uationa. Daoember Reader's 
Digest debunha aome of the 
elaesi thanriea e( winlar road 
Hfely and ^lella out eonie 
iimpla rules that may .aaya 
your Ufa—and your family a. 
Ba aure to read “How to Lidc 
the Hazards of Foul-Weather 
Driving”...In December 
Reader'a Digcat now ce aale. 


LONf) WAT 

"Wa have ram# a long way 
. . . Now we mutt re-eaaminc 
tha rtlatkaiahlp w 11 h I a that 
Oanmenweallh tvhirh embraces 
so many tonguea, creeds and 
1 races.- 


Lady Patricia” 

Q SHAMPOO AND 


Well-Known 
Teacher 
Dead at 72 


Control 


Miss N Msrgsret MrKlII- 
Iran daughter of a pioneer 
Virtons family, died yeater- 
dsv at 72. 

Mias McKlllican taught 
ai-liool In Victoria for many 
years and first started her 
tr-ar+ilng career In the old 
Cralgflower School at the age’ 
of 1R. 

.';iie laler taught at the Boys 
and Girls Central and then at 
Noith Ward School. 

.'iJie retired as vice-principal 
of \oi th Ward -School in ISM. 

Miss McKtllican was a life 
inemher of the British Colum- 
hia Teachers' Federation and 
served as secretary-treasurer 
of the f^erarton. 

Site was past prsaldent of 
Bie Victoria and District 
*l'eachers' Asaociatton and a 


PEPSODENT FREE 


CHRISTMAS OFFER! ( 


VimilFiMi P*fMi 
rREC OinallMl 
CUua. ' 

•r Inawinaa. 


NEW TEEN-AGE DOLL 
SWSATION 09^ 


PYJAMA BAGS 


ELEnMC TIMEX WATCNES 


Far a ram^laMly not, fiaa quaJiiy tif* 
raMM (Ilia vafeh tor TIISX. M 


niork Start* ! 

B » f ^ 

In Vancouver 

VANCOCVFR (CPI Fdmon- 
tnn developers have started roo¬ 
st rtirtinn of s 17-storev apart 
mentment building, with a eom- 
tucrrial mam floor, at Davie and 
Cardero 

The I-’Vn.nnn project will 
h VC an enr loved swimming pool 
arsf psrking for 99 tenant ears 
a.x well s.s 13 shopper ears. The 
mam floor will Inrlude a large 
supermarket, bank and drug¬ 
store. The rectangular tower will 
hste l'(9 suitM. 


You'll go a 
long way 
before 
you match 
its famous 
flavour. 


lUack Pimpernel 


T'rial Delayed 

r R F T O n I A. South Afrirs 
(Reutersi The sshotage trial 
of Nel.snn Mandela, former lead¬ 
er of Ihe banned African Ns- 
1400x41 Congress lro**wn ss the 
"BJark r'rapernell," and nine 
pihera was adjournjid for sis 


Gooderham's havt bten distilling fine whiskies since 1832. 


• Nllliidi Slitppiii e««lrt 

IM« HllWda —RV4-SS2I 


to the defence lo'{ 

pTTpait its CA.^t. I 


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34 HaHtj (TnlonW Vift»rii. I.C., Tkin . Not. 2S, 1M3 


(CT* • Tlif mg Thufsday *>f provinrial ^ roqur^t that piovin- »<> p#* 

conffrenc* decided tom^ys-gcnpral to di.scu>a put- rul lotteries l>e ntade Ircal was »rin‘v 
> call 4 special meet-vincial revenue-raising lotteries, ri vi u*‘>ed at vr^toi'dav . innm- niratv 

ing '•C'^sjon of the conferenre \|OKI 
* * * t’onforrnic sinircP'i .'•aul the I 

^ ^ principal p.iiiit ipunts in live ili>- 

evrier Discounts of («Mcl>er. Kottarl.sof Ontario. 

ni>iiTni Ilf Manitiilia ami Manning 

• «' T'V 0 td Alliei'ia 4 

t !Iwtwnnftiwn Th^ meetim? rtfci.lp.l that Hio ■ 
V—/ pnnincial atu>iiv\s Krneial — 

or thfir repre.senlalivrs, in ca.so< H 
uhore a pnninnal delegation to 
the conference does not include | 
the attomey-Reneral should H 1 
meet Thursday with Justice Min- I 
ister Chevrier to discUjSs the sub- H * 
ject In piore detail ' H I 

Premier Lesace of Queher has * 
been paiiieularly slismc in his I 
urcinjts that the Ciitninai Code H * 
a federal statute be emended I 


OTTAWA (CP> — Nothing 
that Quebec Premier Le^e 
has said so far to the federal- 
provincial conference is in the 
nature of an ultimatum. 
Justice Minister Chesier said 
yesterday. 

He was replying in the Com¬ 
mons to O(»po.sition la'adef 
niefenhaker who asked 


PAT RIDINGS 


D1.VNNE PICK 


SHARON UNWIN 


French lacailer; 


WHAT IS INDEPENDENCE? 


Conference No Substitute 
For Changed Constitution 


Is It the eapabllity to Ignore lha 
needs of your fellow nianT If ha 
only eonsidera his own Independ¬ 
ence, enn he bn Interested la 
yoiirsf Nn nne Is Independent— 
least nf all myself. The truth of 
the matter Is that a randidate for 
f ounelllor must at least ronslder 
himself the servant of the resi¬ 
dents of the Munh'lpality, 


normal expansion of both Kng- 
lish-s|ieakmg and Krrnch-S|ieak- 
Ing Canada. " 

He said both the English- 
speaking and French-speaking 
communities would deserve rec¬ 
ognition in a new constitution 
"other than those of timiile eth¬ 
nic minoritiet or those that do 
not constitute the majority." 

Federal • provincial confeis 
enret are useful to study inter- 
govemment jiroblems and diffi¬ 
culties common to every part of 
Canada, Mr. Johnson said. How¬ 
ever, he challenged their ability 
; to handle questions "touching on 


the ro-exislenre of the two cul¬ 
tural eommunilies which form 
the basic elements of the Cana¬ 
dian poiHilation." 

Such questions, he said, 
should be discussed only on an 
riiual tooting between English- 
speaking and French-speaking 
Canada. 


LEILA LUMATTA 


LYNDA CHMILAR 


DIANNA FERGUSON 


IN ESQUIMALT 


SWAP 


Ml IJVNPSON ST. 

FOR COUNCILLOR 


OTTAWA (CP) — “We're 
farther apart than we ever 
were," mid Premier Small¬ 
wood of Newfoundland ea he 
arrived for yesterday's meet¬ 
ing of the federal-provincial 
conference. “The table's too 
big" 

Mr. Smallwood complained 
at Tuesday's session that tht 
apadally-built, oval confer- 
enca table is so Urge the pre¬ 
miers Esn'i reedily talk to each 
other. It's about 40 feet king 


MARLENE CASIUO DAWN EBY JUDY ARTHURS 

One Chosen Tonight 

1 C of these nine Island beauties will Nanaimo Redmen, Island juvenile 

■ crowned Miss Little Grey Cup champions, and Fort Garry Lions, 

niirht at Chamber of Commerce Manitoba juvenile league winners, 
nner at 7:30 in Empress Hotel. Kenny Ploen, Winnipeg Blue Bomber 
inner is part of three-day festivities quarte^ck, will be guest speaker at 
conjunction with game between festivities tonight. _ 


iniwer questi<ini|be 
fir i rei-ved by depanment offlclali. 

samxLr^ Mb A nlAfl fnf 


mort Kmrai than m\ 
d'l, which would concen¬ 
trate on local Industry and aer- 
vices along with adult educa¬ 
tion. 

Mr. Peierstm said it was un¬ 
likely both schooit could bc< 
built and he was prepared to 
study the board's brief. 


School trustees will meet,points 
deputy educaiion minister 1 , 

J. F, K. EngUsh Friday at 2 J 
p.m. In discuss the Greater Vic- f,, in 
ton a School District's plan for Peten 
a vocational school mrnt ; 

Trustees « ill go prepsied to unnal 
discuss the biief, explain any The 


*'lt's not really a biscuit. 

We call it a ‘Pastry Waffle 
biscuit'. It's two beautifully 
glazed halves of French 
pastry, separated by a 
touch of pure seedless 
raspberry jam, made 
in P.F. kitchens 
from whole berries. 


It's light and airy, crispily 
tasty in a not-sweet way. 
You've never tasted a 
biscuit like it. Like it? You’ll 
love it! Just try it." 


Tht most popular appit packago in Western 
Canada ... specially developed by the Okanagan 
fruit growers to bring you orchard-fresh apples at 
special savings. 

The picture window lid lets you see at a glance 
what you’re buying, and you'll like the size too... 
the B.C. Handi-Pak is small enough so the apples 
get used up quickly ... yet large enough to give 
you the savings of quantity buying. 


Buy your apples in the ^ 
family "Size, money-saving B.C. Handi-pak 
























AV/rv Issiip 


I litlq Cnlnnliit. 35 

'Tti«r*J«r, N»., Jt, inj 


Reeve Condemns f 

A 

Nelson Remarks ^ 

A ,, 

Into c 

After Statement §£ 


Biirfrlar 

Turns 

Cautious 


LxplQsives in Cuba 
Nol from (Canada 


Rmvi a. C. Wortclt ••id y«»> 
tcrday It was unlortunatc that 
nrvcshlp candidate Coun. Bart 
Nelion coinnienled on iha navy- 
•lectlon iiaiM. aflar Rear Ad¬ 
miral W. M. Ijuidymore asread 
to mak* a alalement lollowinc 
a meetinc O’lth rooncillnn 
Tuenday. 

Admiral I^nd>niore. in his 
Malament. said that "in all fBi|^ 
neat la averyone roiiccrned. 1 
miMt underlina tha lolluwing 
pointa: 

"At no time did Reeve Wur- 
tele suxgest that Ijeut. iPereyl 
Boyd should be ailenred Mor^ 
mrr. It srill ha elear from tha 
farts as stated Lieut. Boyd seas 

Youtifi Trio 
Grabs $250 

Three youths who collabor¬ 
ated in a purse snatchinc got 
•way with }230 Tuesday night, 
aity police said yesterday. 

Police Mid Mrs. Jo We. 5t5 
Plsgard. lest her purse when 
three yuutha entered her atore 
to play the pinball machine. 
T»-o who were playing it 
called her to the rear of the 
atore te look at k. srhen the 
third grabbed her purse and 
left. 

By the time sha noticed the 
purse sras missing, the other 
two youllu also had left 


not Inalnietid la gny way to 
curtail hii acOvltlaa or pursuits. 

"A new spokesman for the 
voters' association was not ap¬ 
pointed as a result of my meal¬ 
ing with Lieut. Boyd, (or as 
pievtnusly noted. Lieut. Boyd 
Imlirated ihi.- had been consid¬ 
ered belore he saw me." said 
the admiral. 

PKOBE.A VITAI. 

"Complaints made tn Die 
navy, regardless of source or 
nature, and whether they are 
made orally or In writing, must 
be Imrcstlgaled. No one la dm 
anari^ from making eon- 
plainlj to me. as good relation- 
shlpa with the community de¬ 
pend on rectifying any (auhs 
which could affect this rela¬ 
tionship. 

"The navy must be able to 
axirk effectively svith the per¬ 
sons holding public oftice before 
and after elections and there¬ 
fore cannot take any part In 
election campaigns, except that 
individuals within the service 
are always encouraged to exer¬ 
cise thair franchise.” 

•BTATRMENT AAKED 

Admiral I-andymore said his 
statement was issued because 
during a meeting with the en¬ 
tire Esquimalt council In his 
oflira Tuesday, "thoaa present 
all a g reed and requested that I 
should make a factual state¬ 
ment.’* 


A youth sren breaking 
Into Cedarwortli Grocery. 
:iMI Gflaworth. made off 
with about tU In rigarettea 
Tuaaday, but Adn'l lake Ua 
loot (Or. 

Polire found the auppHeo 
la a clump of tall grana be¬ 
hind tonM houses on Cedar 
Hill Road. 

It was beHcved the youth 
might have thought someone 
MW him and dacided to take 
no rhaarrs. 

The store was entered hy 
smashing the glass In the 
front door and releasing the 
latch. 


orrAVt A tt F’H Kvtemal 
Affsirs Mini.ster Martin said 
tt'ednesday the trial of a Cana¬ 
dian for smuggling e.xploMves 
into Cuba produced no evidence 
the explosives were taken to the 
Caribbean Island from Canada. 

New Democrade members H.' 
W. Herridga and Arnold Peters 
had asked the minister — ind 
pressed Justice Minister Chev- 
rier to investigate — whether 
explosives were canned lo the 
Toronto area and shipped la 
Cuba under d>e guise of food. 

At the same time Martin told 
the Commons he was vi.sited by 
William Garfat and Leonard 
Rosenberg about a project lor 
shipping food parcels to Cuba. 
Me said a letter was sent lo 
Garfat liept. 11 slating the gov¬ 
ernment did not think the plan 
wa.s feasible. 


Martin said the pirifioseil pir>- 
ject h,id no rnnnr< mm «illi 
.vmugKjinK 

wot LI* I'KCt I. NT 
He said I'.S. Cul>an eeport 
control regulations would pre¬ 
vent the transfer of food pay¬ 
ments from the Cuban refugees. 
M-ho were to purchaM food, to 
the suppliers. 

Manin also declined comment 
on whether Ronsid Lippert. sen- 
tmeed to 30 years (oi smuggling, 
made a coidesslon under "du¬ 
ress’ or a promise of clamency. 

STTUI 

I <iKt:v cip i 
iiiiiiiiiiTELM ACiiiimiiiI: 
SMAIX TAILS 



IN COGNAC 


V.S.O.P. 

This distinguished cognac 
is available in the unique 

Josephine Bottle. 


ItiDllRlfOISIER 

*THE BRANDY OF NAPOLEON 

This ■dverilgemenl li not published or displayed by the Liquor Control 
Board or by the Government of British ColumUa 




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If I 

1 1 

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1 Laaa, sllaad, riadliss | 

l45' 



PORK ROAST ,, yi 

Ltan, Boneless. IP. 


COOKED HAM 7G 

Sliced, phg.____ 


Toni Home Perm 



Riplar, Super, Geutle 


LEnUCE 2,7 

Fresh, lumba heads. -116303 


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PURE PORK SAUSAGE 


Right BOW, m tune for holiday deooraiing, yoa get a free caadle-inaldDg Idt 
imide every ipedaDy marked package of Swiff i Brookflald f Each kit 

contains wicki, colouring and easy inabuctiona for mtsLing yo u own rmiwtlaM 
Swift’s Brookfield Sausage—made daily to make aura you ahrayi gat it 
firesh. You fanuly will love the flavour of these aaoaagea. They’re made of 
pure pork—with just the right amount of aeasoning. Serve them tomorrow! 


Swifts 

Broolifinli 


Instant Chocolate Q 

Slaffards, Mb. tia ... 


Toilet Tissue 4 09c 

Ballet.roils 00 


PUMPKIN? r 

Aylmar, faacy, 2l*aL Has ror 


Ballet. rolls 00 


CAKE MIXES3 

Bitty Crockar. Ra|. 48c pk|.PK^Sa ^ 


FLORIDA—PINK OR WHITE M 

nnAnrrniiiv P /■ #u 


GRAPEFRUIT for 


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FOR 23 SHOPPING DAYS 

NING THURS., NOV. 28 th 


ample FREE PARKING 


crwx (. Gbtud%i| 


Where It Is Nice To Shop' 


^ 8EE THE ^ 

''ZINGARI 

PUPPETS" 

CHRISTMAS SHOW 

ON 

CHANNEL 6 
TV 

The Nwmi Shaw at lt:l5 
Tkmna^y, Nmr. 28th ^ 
ritday, N«v. 2tth 


In Mch 

^ of rti Sforot o» Town X 
& Country, you will meet one 
of Hm pleoiont solei staff wear¬ 
ing ■ largo Cfiristmos corsage. This 
Is the symbol of a friendly and 
Personal Service. Let our Holi¬ 
day Hostesses help you if you 
L hove a Christmos shop- ^ 
ping problem. y 


For a truly 

wonderful Christmas adventure, come 
^ stroll down LOLLIPOP LANS. Abright with 
m Christmas lights, you will see colorful carolers ^ 
and tiny elves alang the way. See the beautiful 
displays of Christmas Gifts, in all the store windows. 

In the Mall, the children will discover Santa's HOUSE 
of HAPPINESS. Each visit to Santa Claus will be rewarded 
with a big red lollipop off the LOLLIPOP TREE. There is a 
MAIL BOX in Santa's House of Happiness for her or his 
letter, and Santa receives them each day and answers 
each one to good little girls and boys. And for all the 
family .. .the great variety end wide selections at 
K Town S Country's 25 stores. There is something j 
for everyone on your Christmas Gift list ^ 
at Town & Country. 

Visit us soon. 


y FOR 

r THE KIDDIES \ 

A Free Ticket for n ride on \ 
the CHR18TBIA8COACHwin.be given \ 
with every pniehau of IS.OO or more ] 
that MoBi and Dad may make at any Town 
A Coontry Store. Be anre to see and ride on 
Aa CHBI8TBIAS COACH! It'a Fun! i 


















SPECIAL PURCHASE SAVINGS 


SHOE DEPT 


SPENCER’S 


1110 GOVERNMENT — 1420 DOUGLAS 


(2foloni&i J^(JgcUG Centre Hits Record Hi^h 

Vktori*. I.C., n.ri.. »•». 2S, IH3 37 ^ ^ 


rt.Hn C»M>' i;u«ul. I’ ' Coa’I 
llimni H Siaie ajid 

Aiii'krin ivM uc gi\>u|i>. 

Hw lonti'e is coimimiulrsl bv 
Si'in-I/lr. n B Kint »Mh a 
si.itf of 1 j im-ludinK (.'apt M W. 
I.tal.'-Ji'hriMMi, Ouiadtaii (.’^ta-'t 
liuaiat. 


brrn caniad out b> tlir nC^fP. 
Navy. . IH-partmant of 

Tianspiai ami (.ivilian organi/a. 

Ill n.s. 

\'a«cimvor Ki’siaie Co-*)fiiina- 
tioii cvnlrp oitoi'ates ali li v' 
M .iixhc^ on a 3 (J 5 Hlay-a-> o u' 
ba-is. The unil »o*l(s with C.tna. 


Search and rescue «u‘ formed 
In 194») on ap"eement wiili the 
International Oval Aviation Or. 
ganization. 

The RCAF «as given resismsi. 
bihiy of pontivllinc all search 
and rescue oiieratioav in Can¬ 
ada. Seaixhes had previously 


the T!v> total of imiilents re¬ 
ported last year, a year in srhu h 
the Vancouver cenire waa ilia 
must active in, Ctuiada. 

Call* range from communica¬ 
tions checks to searches involv¬ 
ing many, tieoiiic and mai mo 
distress calls. 


Tlie RC.\K Rescue Co-ordina¬ 
tion Centro has lut an all-umo 
high in inve-siigaunB the more 
than 800 incident.s reported this 
year so far and there la still 
a month to go. 

This year s total tailed pa.st 


Thieves Succeed Once 
In Four Break-In Bids 


Thieves made four breaking i 
and enirring attempts in Viisl 
Sona ov cmight Tuesday but only { 
one was auccesaful, city police i 
said yesterday. 

A wallet was reported ololen 
from a pair ol pants lying over 
a chair in the Kiwonii VlUago. 
The wallet containing 08, was 
tlic property of V. Allan. 

CANNED FOOD ^ 

Thieves almost escaped with a 
quanuty of cigarettes and can-j 
ned food taken from the Oedar- 
wood Grocery. 3011 Gosworth.| 
but police scared them away and . 
found alnut $12 worth of goods| 
In tall grass at the rear ol the 
building. I 

Thieves also tried to enter; 
Lewis Shoe Store. 751 Koct, and! 
MacDonald's Furniture. 7 5 Si 
Fort, but were unsuccessful in 
both attempts. 

MARKA rOlND 

Omw'bar markings were found 
al the cntrencet to the aiorei-. 

Thieves have been busy In the 
Greater Victoria area recently, 
with nearly two dozen breaking 
and enterings recorded since the 
weekend. 


EXTRA CLERKS! eh»d^ „ .l ..r yt y. .« 

for Tht raiuiT LOW OVERHEAD, fancy frills, chrcM-plil 
Just hoRCSt-tc-pediMSS LOW FRiCES EVERY DAY! 


SERVICE 


MUBMi )■(]»» MMUSKWaOb 

IT'S SPESCER'S THIS VEER lor 

a MEN'S DRESS GLOVES 

Frirro to Fit Any Biidgel. 

• Plain \1iiul Knits 

• 11 not Knits with soft leather paints 

• Vinyl and simulated leather with eslra- 
warm llalng 

^ • Genuine lined I apewklii 

r • Thermal'Fnam lined lapeskin 

• Inllned t apesklii 

, * lintnreytie tiaunlieU lined with warm plla 

^ / • Genuine L'nilned Ueersklns. 

vfs* and many others to chouse frum. 

QC' 

Prices 93 to I 

•tMBcrt'B .Vsa'i aiaia flMP 


MEN'S "ATLANTIC” WINTER WEIGHT MEH'S “CELACLOUD** LIHED MEN’S MONARCH 
INTERLOCK SKI 100% DUPOHTRYLOR VESTS BRAND BRIEFS 
STYLE PYJAMAS 


This la lh«4r new Improved Brief with 
approved fit. Hetslhend will outwear 
the germeat, donble seat and lB|ied 
■mm« , Small, medium and fA* 
large slira oalj. 

Each_ _ VW 


Plain shadea teith arat oon- 
trantioK aeckbaad and 
pocket. Siaen; Small, med¬ 
ium aad large. Per Suit __ 


(by the Carload) 

Warm Flannelelleo . , lalerlork . . 
Yamaa . . and Braadeloths. Sloes M 
to 44, Inelndlng tails In some braada. 

Fri«.*2.49 4nM.95 

Mcr's Warm FlaNRCicfti 

HlgM Shirts 

Slses If to if. 


Peeked three Mg hankies to 
■mart (tft box. see this fine 
display of quality hankies, 
Prlred from 


Dimked 


A man who got a dunking In 
Rock Boy Channel in the upper 
harbor yesterday suffered only' 
minor injunes. j 

Robert Southwell, SO. of 130 
St Giles, luffered head and 
ehtulder injuries when a line 
anapped during dredging opera¬ 
tions. throwing him Into the 
water. ' 

DOLFMDf BARGE 
He waa woriang on the Dol-| 
phin Barge, owned by the Pad-1 
be Pile Oriving Co., at the time 
af Ihe BoeideBl. 

He was plucked out e( the 
water by an Island T1« and 
Barge erce, which took him by 
towboat to a jetty. He was Irana- 
ported from there to SL Joaeph's j 
Hospital by city police. 


LADIES’ 

49' RAINCOATS 

sw mst. Shower-proof e o b t s iu 
Mtihrt Ai length. Wear 
hraue or with wide belt, 
se with Slirs ID-16. Reg. price 
7II* 618.95 . 


LADIES’ 

SKI JACKETS 


Nyloa lU Jackets with gnlHcd 
llalag. Collar that opeaa la 
prateeMva hood. Zipper elaa- 
hg. Beg. valuea la 619-95. 


“Nlsa Phanlum" nylons for that 
slender sUm trim leg. AAs 

Mses 8'I In II. lilf 

Beg. price 8l.ff Uv 

■•MBDr e LbMAm' 


Ohitunrien 


i^NANDBAGS 

7v Smart aewr fall 
v^Bbaga la pateat and 
■ ^ idmuiated plant ir 

leathern, Asaorted 
styles and shades. Reg. price j ^ gg 

62.95 .-. I 


Johnson, 
Dymond 
Rites Today 


Colton lounging or sleep 
py jamas. Assorted 
shades la 

sisrs S-M.L, $ ii 95 
Reg. price R 

64.95. I 

iRoMfM'l LaWliC' BprI. 


Knowy while wash and wear puplln. 
These uniforms have a nHiiriirlable 
slretrh lhal gives with nMivemeak 
•Slses It In 18. Uiag or 9d| AC 
short sleeves. X Um 

Keg. price 8II.S5 _ UsVw 

■eesMT'a LaiMi' DssL 


fat the Kennel-Roas district, 
where he became e chartered; 
member of the Saiksichewan; 
Wheat Pool. 

Hr came to Metchosln In 1828 
efier serving in the First World 
War. I 

■ECKETARV 

He became seerriary of 
Branch $1. Roy al Cuiadian liB-' 
gion. Langfntd, and l eerelary of| 
Mrtchosin Fannefs' Inatitute. ' 

Mr. Johnson was a member 
of the Masonio order and Pn- 
PaUia branch ol the Legion. 

Ha is survived by his widow 
F.vclyn Transit Road, a son, 
Maurice, and a daughter Bar¬ 
bara, both of Victoria, and rels- 
hves in New Zealand and Great 
Britain I 

Funeral services will be held I 
today at I0:U a.m. at McCall's 
Chai>el. ^ 

Rachel Dymoud 

Airs. RarhH Mary Dymond. i 
resident of Viciicia since 1937, 
died Mondav. 

Funeral service! wrill be held 
hi Hayuaixt's rhapel today at 
It.lO p.m. 

Mrs. Dymond was bom in On¬ 
tario and was a former resident 
of Hawk.stone, Ont., before com¬ 
ing to Victoria. 

TUU'HFK 

She was a teacher ol home 
economics for 12 years al North 
Saanich High School. Mrs. Dy¬ 
mond was a member of the 
Melropoliuui United Church. 

She leaves two daushters. 
Sirs. Bonnie Jarvis and Mrs. 
Clarice Duncan, both of Vic- 
kM'ia; one brother, Duncan Black 
of Onlsno, and seven grand¬ 
children. 


'Thermal'' knit- to give wamilh without 
I anadlaa-madr, preshmnk. *A OA 


By “Norfolk." One-piece 
aaap rhmlng terry sleep¬ 
ers. With or wllhoul al- 
tarhed hisid. 

Hies,- 111 IS to 

Ji IIm. 4' 


Koft pllahle vinyl plaatlr with M M 
Fold Into handy rarrying rase. I n 
SIICB 8, M> L, XI- ■ bH 

■••Bcdf'R Odd DdbC, BBriDla Mbmi 


Popular wash and wear terry 
cloth gowns la gay sirtocs. Sliawl 
isillar and lie belt. RA 

Slses 8 to If. *1 £111 

Beg. priie lf.1.1 Wa^W 

rMIM««a*u Dspl. 


MEN’S CORD SLIPPERS 

fMsid looking, rsunfortahlo slippers wMh 
olBstlr aide gorea, quality coni uppers, 
rubber soles, sisea f to If. D^ A A 
MU. or «r„ rhesHt UJJ 


Long'S I e 0 r o streh-h 
terry i-hilli pnllovers. 
Pastel shadeo. fibs 

— !|H 

■nr lenr ww 

*9mtf B ChlMfDB b DdbA. 


! I oya 


LADIES’ FELT SLIPPERS 

Hofl rosy felt with soft soles, padded heels, pmii |h| 
trim. Slses f to 8. Ill 

BcgnMr price ll.U V4 

•b9««db** MRdd Deal,. SariBla naiDi 


< otton or ayhin briefs la nttrarlive 
Blylea. Well nsl. Can- |k AHN 

adian made. Slses X a 

9-f. Beg. prteo Sc V pra, V I 


Flnffy shag la bovlee alyle with leather soles, f 
gold trim sad bow. Lovely pastel rotors, la 
attractive gift box. Slses t ht t 

NactirPP't NMm n«»< . Marff 


Iff*; nyloa briefa 
Dalnly tore edglag with 
small bow. Slses Sit. 
Pink, nkltonad m|s 

Brg. prleo TV 99 


By Kaufiiian. I lesmaeo of diseon- 
timied iiotlerns. Washable rurd fabric 
with leather soles. Side gore or ito,ter 
rhising. Assorted isihm B^ AO 
and pallems. slaea 8 to I. I IIX 
Regular price KM I aV V 

fi»pte«pr‘a NMm B«*4„ AarcBla MaRDHaal 


MAKE-IELIEVE COSMETIC SETS 

Juat like mom's . . . everything n litUr 
girl rould mak for_,__ _ 


BOYS’ SOCCER BOOTS 

A moat wanted gift! Made In Kngland. Fine 9| 
qnalllir leather nppers. Regnlalkin studded , 
Bolea. sties 8. S, 4 and f .. ' 


MAP OF CANADA 
JIG SAW PUZZLE 

Big n’’xl6” alar, 490 taiterlorUBg 


BOWLING SHOES 


PLASTIC DESK PHDNES 

BeH ring! whea dialed. Qd 

Big choice ol roiora __ Oh 


Famous “Bowlmasters," pllahle snusith lea 
with chrome leather soles, rubber heels. Men's. 
Mark, hone, sties g||. Ijtdies: red. tome Mari 
sizes 4-f 

N»PB«Dr'« RliteD D*r« . Ml 


Grand piano styic, wood¬ 
en cuB^nic- QQ* 

-Bow. 00 


I.EM3IINGB LARUE8T 

.Lenunings. noted tor their 
eyrica of man migration, are 
the tar north'a largest rodent, 
well adapted fur aurvival 
iltere. 






























CANADA CHOICE and GOOD 
GRAIN-FED STEER DEEF 


BUDE REMOVED 

BLADE ROAST 

BONELESS 

BLADE ROAST. 

BONELESS BRISKET 

POINT ROAST 

BONELESS BRISKET 

PLATE ROAST. 

THICK 

SHORT RIB ROAST 

BONELESS LEAN 

STEWING BEEF 

BLADE 

RIB STEAK. 

SHOULDER 

GROUND STEAK. .. 

BEEF 

SHORT RIBS. 

ECONOMICAL 

LEAN SHIN BEEF 

PUTE 

BOILING BEEF 

DELICIOUS 

TENDERIZED STEAK 

BLADE BONE 

BLADE ROAST. 

BONELESS 

RIB STEAKS 

THIN CUT 

RIB STEAKS 


49° 

59 ° 

59 ° 

49 ° 

49 ° 

59 ° 

59 ° 

59 ° 

35 ° 

59 ° 

29 ° 

89 ° 

45 ° 

99 ° 

89 ° 


KRAFT 


Pure Pork Sausage 
Beef and Pork Sausage 

Beef Sausage . 

Breaded Sausage;;!^ 
Skinless Sausage !r 


bSS*^ 

b45' 

b53°^ 

b47°^ 

135 °^ 


COUNTRY FRESH SAUSAGE 


Rpvr\« thp Rlihl to Limit Qiiaitittoi 











































PORK CHOPS 


SIRLOIN OR CO^ 
RIB END LB.^^ 

RIB LOIN 

Pork Chops 69‘ 

TENDERLOIN 

Pork Chops L.-lb 79‘ 

BONELESS PORK 

Loin Chops.i>> 89‘ 

COUNTRY STYLE 

Spare Ribs.<>> 69‘ 

BREADED PORK 

Cutlets ii>69‘ 

SAUSAGE 

Meat .lb. 39' 

Seafood Favorites 

EASTERN SMOKED 

Kippers.||>39‘ 

FRASER RIVER 

Smelts.'b29‘ 


YOUR CHOICE 


* CANADA 
CHOICE 

★ CANADA 


lb. 39' 


R^Kular 
and Fine 


Grind 




NABOB 

COFFEE 


lb. 




Japanese Mandarin 

ORANGES 


BUNDLE 
OF 2.... 


2 

4 


49 


89 


LOCAL, BULK 

CARROTS 


2 lbs. 


19 


ROBIN HOOD 


Polski Dillss^v.49' 

Coffee is'i.T.!''.99' 

Snackers .45' 

Potato ChipsSir*.. 59' 

Fruit Cake .49' 

Xmas Candy 49' 
Mixed Nuts r.rs.v'"^ 89' 
Chip Dip 45' 

Mincemeat .39' 

Mixed Nuts :sr“ 49' 


Fruit Cake<^ 
Xmas Candy 
Mixed Nuts ^ 
Chip Dip 
Mincemeat; 
Mixed Nuts; 

^B -1 —-— Ortk I mt. 1.1 

IW HbrermlM, Mt-i 


Nar4 HU. 
ll-M. pM- 


H-at. »ks. 


Bfiirdan'a. 
tt-m. Jar 


UalnaU FUbcrta 
araitl* 

Almonda, lb._ 


CHAMPION DOG OR CAT . 


CAKE MIXES PET FOOD 

raramri Nut ■ Chorolatr Prraa - Orange roro. 15-oa, tlaa 

Vt or It-M. pk(a. 

STS' J29' 


129 


Catsup ■issv... 2 

Fancy Corn Z J”; 
Spaghetti iHFr"" 
Fancy Peas '.Z'S' 
Green Beans^r 

Wax Beans 'ZT 
Cocktail iS-'i - 2 
Beans \ 


. IJbby's Cmm, 

I 15«i. Un 2 for 

ta tnmalo Haui-r. 
I.IbbyV 9 

IS-oa. tin . b fnr 


LIbbjr'i Fani'.v 

IS«8, tin 2 for 


Pill IT. 
IJbb>'» Kanrjr 
IS41B. tin 


nrrp amnn, 
IJbby*. 
l.Voi. tin . 


2f«r49' 

"•1 OQc 

2 for*^ 

37' 

C for^ * 

IJbby'R aHsrd. CQC 
IVfw. tin 4 f«r®^ 

r2N.39' 

■”2 ,.39' 
2 ,. 49' 
2.39' 


TULIP 2 

MAROARINE ,*■ 

l.|b. parchmeRt pack-. fOT 


(>rlle ( I.Vdmler SI 9B 

tUirennl*l, Ibb nrrdi* ' 4 m 

C pain ■ 


I MAPI.E LEAF 

LARD 

Mb. pkK... 


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STORE LOCATIONSi 

2181 OAK BAT AVE. . 230 COOK ST. 

SOOKE • ROYAL OAK SHOPPINB CENTRE 
1021 HILLSIDE AVE. ■ 50 WEST BURNSIDE 
CADBORO BAY SHOPPINB CENTRE 
SHELBOURNE PLAZA • COLWOOD PLAZA 

Shop 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday throuKh 
Friday. Saturday 9 a.ni. to 6 p.m. at Uio 
Shop-Ea-ay Storm loralrd la Ihr Colwood 
and Slirllioumr Plazaa. 


BLEACH 


PERFEX 


84-oz. 




Shop-East 


PRICES EFFECTIVE THl'RS., FRI., SAT., NOV. SMh. 29th, MHh 



































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VICTORIA OFFICE 
TELEPHONE 383-4111 


CLASSIFIED “WANT ADS 


DUNCAN BUREAU 
Telephone 746-5611 


40 Sail)! (Toloniiit 

Tliyn4««, N*v. 21, 

Arm* aoiTK 

TfXEPBONES 
p.m. to 8 a-mi 
Sporta I83-7M8 
Edi tonal 383-4308 or 
383 8388 

Circulation 3838725 


RO\ RCPI.IIIS 
All replies to private box 
Bunbers available from 
8:08 a.m. to 8:38 p-in. 
Moadajr to I'liday Inclih 
ilvs. 

• • • 

CI.A.SSIKIKD 
COUNTER 
Open 8 ajn. to 8 pm. 
BUSIN RRS OFFICE 
HOURS 

8:88 B-ni. to 5:38 p.ni 
Monday to Friday Inriu 
atop Cloaad Saturday. 

• • • 

TELF.rHO>'E HOURS 
8:88 pm. to 8:88 p.m. 
Monday to Saturday Id 
cinalve. 

Victoria Preaa L4d. 
8831 Hnaflaa Street 


tUBatmmu.v uTca 

earrte tarviei u aeIa- 
C.OO pir 

aUB pnc*. M mbii 
telly: 14 rtati Saetei 

■« MMii ate BritiiA 

CBKMia«*BiUi an* yMr, 111. air 

llu ikrw mueini. I&ui. 

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te.BlA BM. US.A. m-ia BUI 
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V.toM* B< M«Killir*n of 1171 Vi#w «r«p; J 

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J Br>MA. •••si •> ***/^ "" tPBfhr; .Shp iPB\v« •fverai dmvpi 

, ? .nj n»|.hr». .nd ..niuna 

. 5 *^ I MH.ei. Kunm .rmir. will br hnW In 

U >•• ■ H» • »> •’'•Im.CiII Hr. . I-[.ORAL CUAI'EI. 

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•-w: Si.il' '«r.»l. TWO «iO»ri til* H .Uuri.. ..rniiiiini I 

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Pinirp, In KniliM Himn MnUn t. , In • V .4.AIA II C .« | 

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f;..nen ind Irnnk in l.nrlniKl. AJ.. ^ 11 Sr:, .p tiili Hpinpih.rnl 

m.ml nnir. ind rnpm''. kiWTW. IM ind ' 


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c;..nen ind !■ rnnk in l.rrlnnd. AJ.! h 11 s.;, niji Hpin 

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I.Kf.ION RI.NCO 
FllinAY. .NOV. 29 
STARTl.NC A T 7:45 P M. 

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5 KVntA C A MI'S 


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H’ YOtl BELIEVE ViH;*AHE I >1 ■( . .MlninT HIlXEk 1 AHl. 


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DiaiCTORY 

Pointan and Oacoratort 


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EDUCATlQtJ 

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S#nd ifsuine to «ir*nP4t H«sp> 
u t'i np*n»*r K«w*»4 

-- rwin:$ 4n> 

«. aA.L«xA.*r I V*n 


I'R hull- i:u‘ tenor of 

^., 1 , f". 1 .f Winter a 

h^kmTnts paint 


‘"’y'ta: VftlSJLI:' 

Drain* laivl 
I- :>• pthmilpi 


'-'I ' ’ftl* »4'|K|SH H i;ti .sOHoni 

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i.MMKltlXTR Pl.ACtMKNT 


mide-fv iri ihit Lii> ha the pax 4 Fnendly Noij*ht>or Garner . 

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8 * 1^8 with MahH. at itia rrai ■ 2 S^.>(i.^MrV^ 2 

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nn SalurHa). N-tV. 23 
Cl ARK l.iruienant ]h<naid ttunley 
(';arK RCN. iged 2*i )ran. h>Ha 
In Burn*h> R C late rrttiliefir^ 

< trTFfin^ Crfwpfil He I8.*\r8 


«it8 With MahH. at tha real 

di'we tB* ««« Rav Jimea 

KrWN* I) \r. id TnrrMllo. Ont . 
Iwit ■rNnlf^iMrevt. lAree Blalen 
Ml'* J Mmr Mr> A Rrultm. | 

hidh <4 T'iT’mto. Bfid Mn (< 

N>ro«s td Hnl'itnore. Marvland 
r S X in* Bi^er-iit-law. Mr« A j 
nnsafn rd Vif^'Rna, RC aJao aev 
arai mes'es anrl | 

PTivera ■si:' In • . 


- 2 - s2'>(;ami>5 ’ s’■ 

1 S"l0 (fAMK penefiTT neers-aet .»•• • K\ 4 7.:4i 

1 $1UU GA.MK HiirsKM^n at i;<»\ krnmknt 

H<>u «8 LI** tn Salary orr 

_. m.yv as_ mtm'h All ^OUfld Aopiv Natktful] 

(.•Ames Pt «l0 or MOI^ FmphTvnidnt Cffif*. IflSS i<dinBi)ii 

!si nnler No K 2«l!l 


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nept. y\ i '.u2.1 


ISLAND 

DLCUKAWRS ' 60 

Pilnier* Papt'rliangei* 
Spray Painters 
I Plaster Repaiia j 


K1I.4:KN< .‘it H-OL OF DWt 
ball** >p tv^icifi twlrlinc 
. •.’* J'l^uiann Sfrrr’ \’tj*f 


r. ‘.V - And .mi rnt l^nj cL. numfr WAWme^ 

Hawaii And knvin Hnyrn. aI * ’V-'"' , _ 

hnn-A. hlA lamnl. Mr And Mpa, tT. L.^. 

K.nnA.h HAfk And nnPA.r. ,'j.'n*'_,'n'i"ni« » ai « • 

Kui-nnNw RT fiilrrni«t' Ip tt-'al Oak R.rial Pai K 

nt^nFN I ifuimani Nurman .Ibippr rJ«r»e rd aTTHn-*»ti 8 ti(i ■ H-trara 
Otfden. RC.N aaed M jran hnin. rtgU dprimd^ 1 
n WiniUTtca. ManiUFtia lal 8 i*ai 

denr* iRt NcMttai Strrr! H# OMTN-N nrm<M>r ». !*« a* Vtf 
Ipavn hia taife. itdia imaB Jamd*a vwa. Jishti T. rtawi .W :>dl 

Kdrlim and Kiair and dauutPrtv. Rr«t 4 * Sterrt hn-n in 's-«lr 
Dal* and Laurie-Ann 8 at h<«n 8 . ha. Dakota M** Dmpp famirM 

parent*. Mi and Mri Jaitif«i A., al Stranraw teak nTP'+a* ‘n " 

o^drit. WjnmpFf, ManiintM and «os1ik hi V r*4nna in mi Ha f,, 

hi. .lenr, Mr. 1. iM.ijnrl..l wwi . mnnnnr of 41 Lidi.'.!“•>* 

Ti.yi. l)rv*»i. (ViUnn , I.rfir N.i Ul AE f AM '•*" ‘FA 1 AlTp 

XATMcAt will, mu n.yAl him.. n™ '‘'*"'•41. CITY II 

.1.1 liA held f« l.irui Old™ And .."^T "* r.t« SI Itei 

I.IAM riAlA in Th, CPurill of .< 1 . Mr, « M — 

Andrew. HMCS S.d™. nn Vrid.>, W..3 All. .THE. nfROTMAS 

V y 3. mi .15 ei pm ChApiAH vlr^A 7; d^. Ty.;!^ l“f *• •"• cat. i 

Andrrw J MowaI. 1 HCN offlrlAllnr Mimwoi.yi. Mr, W <Gw™i —" 

Jnlarinml In Ih* Valeran*' C*fnrt»D. CTwi^Irr Rurtenh rail# M*a 
Kaqutmall. RC Artanirmanli h> L M 'Lft»hvi Wid^na Xim 

th* tend! Mortuaiy l.tniiiad i rrratsiaw R<«4 Virtnrla. 11 

Cnind^lldfTn Iwa fPrai-ffrand. 

CLAY Al Kcai MAten Homd Al.: ^Idren- iw MAr Mr, I.Aur« 


IBlfi BIJL.V.SHARD 
AIJ, PRfK»:n.S 
■IT) VrrFRA.NX' 

kk.nf:voi.k.\ik 


E X r E R I F. N r K l> PHACnCAl 
nura* iTdUirvd by Rovat tlak Pnva‘8 I 
-Ui>>'»Hal fur part timr wtrk 3 n33'*!' 
fR'fnlTWta 4 ;r AtMl .latt 

UtiilKIMi MttTHKR RFQl IRK.< 

f.aliT-biltpr for <4)1 ihild m> himie* 


('O.Mp - roAid 
VWTA n'RNAfT MIX 

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WWTKD BABY .•slTTl'tH Ti 
1;v* in SiifTie tiffh* ki*uvnA*i«»k 
' B aim aind tsvard piua k4<i p<*r m-rntn. 
I 477-4241 after 3 p m 


FAR.MER I oHi.y -- 

CONSTRUCTION LTD. I Plaster Kepaiia i coAI, - COAI. 

Dianair fn- —» ' CONVENIKST PAYMENTS WSTA Fl'RNAfT MIX 

Repair Dept, !>,, evs-mai eves EVSidTi' ' 

Ali*paTl*mi «Yncr*<* mre^fttry and _ __lt»N 

aNKS Pno. 1 * SdSSl2L r> . • t < X%' a.'^n'* ' 

__ _The BcaI for Lc.a.,: | c»ii r . ■ D -r .nd 

r. ii WHKATO.N, LTD * Hivci.m imm. r dm .n'lni tab Cninr A I. 

HnpAirA A..n,... .m. EV 5-51:., - f ™ 

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ClAm,ni.' And inxy: nb Ty.l) HlLl^Ttll T ;_ _ 

r "PAT.I, 1*A' t)Ah Hai Air 

.y M.,r.nn Eouipmnnl-- PRKSTO IOG.S 

PACIFIC PILE l.ltivivr ca LTD SI'ECIAL R-VT.^ PyPEIl MAM: IV LlVEitEI. 


n ' : c \' 'ii.'l hilU sri'l 

lyiM-.ilify your" home with 

RKIl CEPAR . 

I 1',' xlO " 5tnyvn icAtitttxl 

' l.XYRE.<T 

.MlIUNC 


Si I. r ivl — Eui'iA'' 


tI.EHE tViR-CHiWERritVlIRD__ ^^trn^'TS.rJ’Tf. ".'‘nl,: 1 T'llll. 21(1 loEh. .Sl'lltO 


fuca^j aiMl lAHln88da> Ni^ht* 8Mmn**n»8 ALTERATIONS ADDITIONS RE Tlr^n. fajL cffkriant T. Harkrr ■■ sat a* ^ ndU«* 

at k p rn * Frank a Ia<h*’ Cual. JOtiJ 4)ak ttav p^ra. and pain'inc. No |ob too F-V1-6731.^^ Wil.MAMS COAL 31 

AH Day hyidaja and teiurdava FV >teS ^ amali ur ■« taifa. — .. — --— 

lAkA I'p A t'AITlI Aod Bliwl Al WAITRESS rA.SMIER REOHIHED-1 *1^ EV ..(Dl Pbpnrhbnk-i«. MinUns *'*'*'" 


1. M 'Litthvi Widpoa - 
Crpatslaw R<«d Virtnrl 
Cnindr'htIdfTn Iwa pr«i 
^Mf*n' I r** 4lM*f Mr* 


th'r GRO.S,S l.N PRI/HS . -:*>• , ^„n „ ^insv. ^ ‘ <'„«,Frow riiy, ' I'tllU^n- c-h* 

- -^HTiF-i;ir?y:H-D C.m.nT^liniT;,,: TEt. H.LDTO.T ■ I_^-'lE'-idi-M' _ pa„ w.„h other silling., r 

^ HIM nrtVVT t'PC *•'' ^*^***^'*'’‘ ::r\T\LS latOakBav a** Tyi>t' •-rrv t /-yr'*; 

MIN BOWIyKKS B «4n a^ Wd pJu* wn per m-rntn <d Mar.iw* Kfjui|m)*ni —rTTk..^— pTbl -d navt* PlbK>T() 1 a»G.S greater thli“knr >4 RtlflS 

I 477 4:41 after 3 pm PACIFIC PILF DlUVlMi CO. LTD SiEClAL R.\T^ PVPKIl MAM. D' l.IVKKK!' 

"L'JrrAi^riL'.r''" ■ li.ehe ^xiR - LHi yERriiViiRD_ 1 ^,.;:' 1 T'mi. 21(1 lots. .*19 im ..in,ixui-al .strength to Ii,a ; 

vyu.i.niMr^^r'*'*’^ *Ev5.«buil.1.nE. ItssnuE"h..kto* 

AH Day hVtdaji and teiurdava KV »teS , amali ur ■« taifa. — .. — --- ’ ybe wall" fitlinff rriMkeS ff»r 

Maka L'p a Paitjr aM Bfiwl at !uaITRKSS CASHIER RKQtt|REl>_i£^J_^“ _ EV Ry «.» Pa»erham;ii«. Mmunx veaia Coftb^T^lVm ih Aft nnrvllfa 

CAPITAL CITTf nowusi: LANES * of 4 mcWa WMkIy. Ih pm. to • HOMKS AND REPAIRS I r^hi* Ktrat-cUba ^ jiU WErmln RIHl ra-vl applUA* 

»im.™ s, LZ,h .'^‘*h?v<'sr "■ “ *■ JIJS nSi-.'d’^" L7;;i„“?“j;XMnn'^"’'’ " 52 Koe. oh 

THE rMltllWlAI_TKA AXD DA.'MnmKK HOt’SKXEEPEE 4 HAIjr; J HI* COXSTHLt-noN A3 LOW INTEIUo'r EXTEKIOR PAIXTING I"'™ ‘‘1''1'-.T" ,'(IT.. . l>kc shiplap The grpAlcr 

2;Tr.^,i':,?s.'Sr:;::i2Er v...™ p™. i. eSa. sn., *_ _nd.;,i>.y.. or niHi-^'r .m. 

cusdisn LA«i.m UsU 1411 BlA. . 51_ _ _ VLA IUn , .y.lln« 4.5-ail FswsbrsSm ILr-Vl VLHKHTA HAITLELSS 'OlUme m 

STTn^nTY^SL- k-”„lr J'l? TEACHEM WANTED l!"*'’,' ^ -!id™, r.niri"u,‘'¥.Tl,*i^ ‘''K Eives a high in.sulat.oh 


CAPITAL CITY nOWUMi LANES ^ or 4 niehia ' 


waitress cashier RKQttmED-i: 


kly. Ih pm. to • 


HOMKS AND REPAIRS 


a la .—i«n— — :— ■ —r — ^wFinr.n mFi-aj^aK.r.r'E.i 

T’lescn .e.'L'Ssr"' VKurm 


«ilt b* h*ia IB iba Bniann.a Braik-h. 


CTandInr Rurnsnh r.iy M-, M“r.;51."5i 

L M 'Lft»hvi Wid^na n&i * h \J“' V 


VLA Ranovatlnt 47yail _ PawiibrBBaaa (Lr..\N ALHKHTA MHULK 

EASAPt rOHSTRL'CnON NBA and: ___ _ - t,, , ii 

Mvrauuftai r>*im«a Alan atinmarclAl WK PabN Must ini.NflJ— 1 Kml^u« in7*Pn 
Wild>n;« MACIIL INCLI DING YOPH H f-'i lI.JJ'noW 

LflStY "HH«~AH5~i;iMli:iX* JSL 'v'SKa". l-nXJ'iwii'^PAWx' ” 

Lid. Repair* aJ'eraikna KV^-CllI ukoKEK. •:? Jon mt Str H piioti* -- - 

"Tr "T. ■' EV I 4113 (lopeai'e P* SiE*o OJ 

DfbtBBdfclBf _■ ^ ^ 

.•“ . rr . -r.. . . —* . - FliBt# EnfrBviBfl arnw* amii FURNACE 


m > PvofnhPr Jl 1 MBrttr Minnenpnlit. Mir 


raU. Hr F.dMin Lilliman Clay, 


to 4 p m nMf* will be aiAiit of TEACHER^ WANTED 

laon# •*•*•£. apnaa and ikavMtMa., — ■ ■ . - - 

BtBMi and bwdn mi Kiooftediida) 

Ite C.arkM WIU apM -• hAJMf 

Admiaamii ter. iAE*lHdiad ta* ' ' 

— ——_ tete** on Wed CiiM ol VaiK^iuvor 


itr-kN SLHKHTA smtTLF-SS 

t DIPUXUAT (X)AI. \ 

1 Ideal rmnjr Nut 117 inn: net • 

! lump, |l-i 13 llnta kiniiuna Pm ' > 

Liiim Nt)W 


age ♦. voan R.m m IN^-idairr. Cl^***;-Kl MMAGB *a« f IT LOL'lS COL- UiMid thenac aand full parondara 


■ «kr vi-Ma mull iii Aex-™i«m.v, .- — ; . - • ni.viMALak ^1 I BE liUL IS IXiL- 

Y...kAmiT F.i.jUnd And mid Tnd •yt T"*" ."‘‘r- .1.’" '*«» nm Pwndor. Ava mdai. i lb: 

hr»it a rt'aidert "f Sidney lor irw "'•‘td_H^Mav GaHan*. 31 . • 

S« year* •■•Hdt'W ai agD. ^Tnwvra rrat*ful<« dertln^H *>»»p*** 

AmPla AM-nttf .Suni^rd hv .iti rMHdra adlBijUnt nhapri (XIRRARK. MOGSE MAIL. SI2 

hl'<h«. li*)n Hil-al Clay «f,,.rko, m\8w bb.^* i x- Stffal. Fritey. .*l6*, ■, t p.m 


FULL COVERAGE .‘’t 

CLA.SSl»lEt> RATES 
Ve frr line prr day. 7hi- par lin* y; 
for llr*8 dayi. 11 42 par lin* fur it« 


AmPta A*vnt88 .Suni^rd hv .iti hartflr* adlBijUnt nhapal 

hi'<h«. li*)n Hii-al Clay . 

Th.vina VUnii'ris laii> Mr rHe^MMF I* Naa^^l ^In 

Cla* waa a mmihNr th* tUd, Ir.'L.i'C - 

Air* FVtwifrwra rkvudmtinn, i W'lrred inwtiA Pnjdhnmm< 

,Si<ln*v Branch No JS I SLl""' J 

.Servlfoa will H* hrld Ut Ih* 1 *^*1 ^ 

Sand* Furml f^nH -d Rnaoa. ■ i^altenf rd \]<-bBia Pr Ih* 

-• vm ai 1 .W Jim K'V C II I 

Vk>iifm<4T nffu-ia'ina Ortnaikia i ■''1 't'T, • ^!?r! 

Fi.~-T, rntrmn, dm nrd. I h dh^ 


G*D M. Harirt 
.Snr^ry ^naaur**. 
Sdinnl Dwinol No. 71. 
I aduMai. B.4L 


imKSSMAkfNG AM) Al.TKHA 
titma. 3>J-tM4‘i. 

EILECN S DUESS.MAEING 
'aMermttim* il*aa.>nani# EV 3 £>24 

' CHEAtIvE rmE.sSMAKINcI AL 
t*ra!itaw. Prumpt aervtca. IC-4jVi. 


‘ Jf SITUATIONS wanted creative dre.ssmaking. al 

t*ra!itaw. Prumpt aervtca. IC-4jVi. 

- dhTperjes”slipooversTbIuS 

I H.A\K t YfelAMS EaM-FKIFSCK aprvada •fdant iwna. EV MM 
I aa a ri-talf adifitaaat* manaa^r dofug,-- — ■ 


PHUrU ENGRAVING 
Hall Vuna. Lin* and CUur 
Eii^rasms- Cummaruiaj Art 
641 Prmnruk*. juat briuw Uuuilai 
l&LASD ENGKAVERI 
Pton* EV aI-MI 


test Alwv* rain hPpD_V* «*« .OnKBY On kite). Novarnb** "4 

■arteaa tna«rti.«ia Siinim^ ^ ^ Wtfand Majof 

iwo lin*a <mUr. Cm r^nturwl l%m4twvwd Owtn agi>d 


tm et fhtPi f ap^iraittm_ 

■BHi N'*)^ P Sh prr 
Man iafua En^frman'a In .Mf- 
N'*F*8 Card! nf Tbanka 
Death and FunaraJ Ncucea n-<i ra- 
raediM 13 liMt Cm firat inwrti<»i 
and |l M aubaeqiieni inarrti<«ta. 

Each ddditiimal an*. 37* daily_ 

Rif tBa Deatha, Marriatep. Kn- 

S gHHnM le M*«NS*ni H.asr* 
rte <d Thantu aai accapt*d by 


riRMJ or PUBLICATION 

Tte Viet eii Praaa U<1 MuU nd 


sn Burn ID '^anthmd Lit^rfn-, j,, , CMhivIfaJ. BlanU 

ahir* tn^and -IraHv -^vH View on teltirday. Nmmn 

•Mer »*> •/ Mr atvl M'T PE Ha ii • a ni lFd*rm*fd In 1 
rnrl.y nf Vtrinna H* Imv*** In | TMmar* 6 fr _ 

mum hii kiM. hi* wd-a* Manna Fx,F»«ral Chafw' In rar* of ar- "Hi*" •" *5 
LiDilim. hi8 paiae-^—^i^ «in*, iFInwari frat-fhlly "bCflUl value 

hriher 'H»rF' m Viriiirid ind, (frHifwH iTS?——1 

■‘f nlfi^ in T'lneilo - --— »" 

fhnwnil in |ymd.«i on R^dneaday. FUNIRAL OIIICTOtS 

Nfn'*mn*f 37. . _ 

nvMOVD In virinrtn mi Xr,.*hm! McCALL BROS. 

I'M Mra Rat-haH Mao IN 

*a mi nf rw Vanrnuver St ttni'ii, Flinenil ChBOeli 


a«t.. Rr nm Rmofteet 'JS 1W1 _ - - an*r>m n * iteaa.>nanie i ! .v a g>-i p^ntnnjfc*. juat below Uuuilai 

Wilfred .NEXT ST. PATS UNGO ‘ SITUATIONS WANTED CREATIVE DRE.sSMAKING. AL ISLAND ENGK^ER* 

? 'earn, jf ?!• te^irwai str^ WEO.. DEC 4 aaaaa leralitaw Prumpt aervtca. BC-kMI Phone EV .klhll 

Rnm in RiWd’anri. HC, arvt a iHAEl _ _ __ — ■ -—- — — 

lealdenf rd Vu-kaia hr th* naai a a BfSTAllDANTf -- DftAPERJES SLEPOOVERN, BED PUftcrdid 

1? r™r« Hr i™,™ to mmwn 5 , YtUui E.xl-KitlKXt .nmndA AidArd.mn, CV MMl ...___ _ _ 

•tteea Mia W. tYwmMt IS^nd ~ *t»i •• • r.iall-adinlaaal# manaaer doing - — — 'tFi UVfniINi: Sn’CCOINli AND 

and Vm F J. <AMtnet Nohha rwi.T?*.^ r ifu f“7rhaajnt and raallBf Agr M. DREJHi.MAKlNiy AND ALTERA Ho.iennahle ptit-ea. JYea 

h eh nf Virtnrla. 7 hmilNef*. Her- _ 7 *‘ **'[• ayarried I.<jokltit to* nrrfnanrat bona KV 4 .’jtC .raiitnatm (iR “Vin** 

W and Urn hnih rd Vairmrver, pwdkm te« T>» Rs* Pi. Wi-JtTE r r . - . d.w -;r7:;7: 

BC Pr^\era will be nflerW an I i aaatrii Rd GRsjBte ■ ■ --T.-rrrr;,- ^ V. " RKMODKI. YOt n OLDER HOME 

Fnd*' Niivember 7S al 7 am. In •• u mm Muaiajau TOIfG H PtACXbS CL^NEIX «rdten« lte.Tai«ahli* EV 6-3MA. i^,ih aiumtiL Fr** eatimate. Phone 

Ihe Tbnm.*i A 1mlr« Fui^^l ' M ^OII AND POUND P h^meete. ^ _ . —-——- ».*. .^r.T 

f>giivH Ma«* will h» reiehrated In I- — — -— - ftte^en. il garrimns. EV 4-Mtf , Elhctticbl CAhracHrp-- 

G. T^eirTi^FLtoi^i «i7..^8a UMT-FKIDAY. NtiV. J2ND. BE Ite** I _ ___ Plu^ki.. mmJ Hn.4l.. 


"u Knr 'I e 4H- \Vhen AfalD U Applied *o 

O** \ , _SAWH lexluiYvl ('ifmietinioR 

STOVE AND FURNACE OIL a* muCh fdf‘ed) 

metered del.verv Meal fuel Ca. 

Ud tv 2 46r RV 2 am _. ■■KOKI*>'T” .siding llie dis- 

Woad Afi^ Sdw^Mft ^tiniiive chaiBcier of llm 

wtKin — W(X)n K'-**" '* 

DRYI.ANn FIR WOOD ;empliisl/efl. St«in.y rotne ih 

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JOl'HNFVMAX rAHPeHTTR. CAIl'” 
bundle all t*-p*a ol renMatwna and 
flew ronstfurtkak Frca eattmatea. r! 


OIaDEK homes rswihed ap 

WMue r ''lonei'riDna finance 

ihnaigh BC H>dro plan. E'ldy s 


PlymbinH bhd NmIIb^ 


^ Tk!™ ii ed tav nYMONO-M VIrtnrM on Npeember 

Tbantu **• aerteed by Rachart Mao Ih 


**1 I'M Mr* Rat-haH Mao Ih 
«a mi nf rM Vanrnu*er Si knm; 
in I ntarHi. a former resident of, 
Hawka'iAe. fmt prior t* mniint« 


te tebia hM Mtf-taaeriiaa ed any! in Vi« tnria in 1437 Mn. DymiAd| tV i^flS • EV 64i 


arH View nn teltirtUy NYwerrber Vi^’hOh •«!_ 1 JoCRSFVMAN CARPEHTTR CAR l^*™^** HOMES RSWIHED AP__ ■ 

M il 4 ani fatermefd In R.ma l•dl*a MDer br^h. te ylh | :.i .S 9>»^r •'*>»)*• J tma Me finance PUT A HOLT LTU 

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fNin-r.i Chanel In rwre of nr 1 return M «? Dunanuir Rd. leaii-I »'••• , rin-«r.c, FVS7hM Met.. W«te. Ptem^nf. Raal 

naenUI value . - - ----4'l'\R\NTf FD R F W I R I N O Ina^Allblioite OU Burner* 

l/MT IN EATON R TI'KS!»AY. ALTERATIONS. GltTTERS AND ,„7 JV* h . i uai « EviUimall RA EV AI4W 

hrwn leather bdllte ace>(ie.l with fener#! re^.r*. pain*>n« and imipci* i^^rni Etln EV 2 »752. FRNIR LPCYtR 

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«« PAPtaRHANC tEK ANf* PAINTc R, •>,ifYitoto rtoMnpAva 8 ^ar^PAuxi 4ii8 a.kaa* — — .. _ _ - - 

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teearttMnani bayund IM amdiial had been a teacher of Home, 

teid IM aueb teveniaemeiit Kr- tn imw-t fnT IJ ^ean at N«)nh. lincera dirnihed. mndemla In e 

■ -- — - ^.1 Aaanieh Hlfh BThrae She wa« a' the nam* i« A 8 «uranr*. MeC 

Ii tee #**ai M aa I valued ncalber nf the MeiR«rtl -1 Brateera la VtciariA 

tte Hbblllp tM VwiiMii ^ Un I’nilte Chan h She le-see Iwn •ui-wanav 

••• eyee i tie cte rge ft* the ) BoiMie Jana and THIRSDAY 

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- -_A _.to. _AtoAto! loTM •evte grand*hiMren, aa*| ih-lSam FMeal Oapef. 

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l^ltoi. to nuSto- to.rc™4; XL B-dy mx MUTUAL EWUIPMENT 

I m- im _ptoy totoii. piv m. D..A. XV KBW REa-frALS LTD. 

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hv hulk or blinker 
U hot aa adv.arltied nwatey 
refund rd 

Fortillzor .Sawiiiibt 

Double arreened fnr harni and 
garden*. Larger quani’tie*. 
reduied prlrea: by bilk « bimaer. 
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low. 


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Oak Bay ate Clare EV l-teW - A<TOtJNTANT - DRACGHTSMA.N^ 

21 MALt MILR WANTID |B*4<rte Part time GR»74« . 


ROCK BLASTING 

AaND excavating 


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Da>a WI-C1& B«ab. MMill 

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raaiitotu ad VtckKia Mr 40 :^n. ONfCTI. Mr. A H 
He waa i-aottln «< H<iyal MARHHAIaI. Mn Rachei 

Amllery. aemlng In lb# Finl ' ' -- 


LOOK TD YOUR ri’TI RK CR^a^M? 

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LTD. 

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SgtAHE TABS . BKXAtiuN 
Tba haiaa D th* Ouaran'ea 


flMring ani Sbadlbf 


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A INSULATION CO. 


PARK dry fir CORDWOOD 

litete We. Ihe aniy one. have beil goalkty 

— 13-inch drv, 1IIU% Douclai fir rud- 

ii8tr\L.v\vJ emud. evira h^avy. Ideal for oi»ft 

firrptac* and tumata. Ai*e 3 R. and 

j.'.niH) aiDke w»mI. 

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BE-RCOFt.NG and cne t)Fuuai '> wmil Wi ha>a 
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lee H i^iidl an N'lvemi^r I IMI. 
a tHi Mnlh Jane ■ Huk l nji 
a ate-H 6« Heather Dawn. Thanka 
inHir Pa'idaidi »nd mamwiy 
ataff 


tea* M farward reglm^ lo boa J/' v^Erll fte « till OStm. Mr A H _ LOOK TD YOUR FUTI RK A mB'’ WimK SEPTIC TANK.S Pra* EiUmate He Paymeat COIIDB . ... . Ill 

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li. itrsTj: U’itoS;’ sk; \t *■ -j;.:;:; ‘‘ii"- sooke fuel c’o. 

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toHu^vb riLto. ,;« 1. mr.. SSifJ. -ST \Vorkmah.hip s...., DRY CORDWOOD FIR ' 

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MJi. Jaivt <i«tlwin. aged M >ean: I 
h rn in Victoria and a mideni <4 , SANDf^ 

to“ 11^ tT*'**L OF HEATHRI 

Si"2tormljs: 


aw «f 8 WMfBVFM.» vYAurufsae ,, j j ixiw,,,.. vb.,. vwr.» »-.F 8 i a arv maaifrt ec imme«tuiir 

ftteAig Hardwood rloor. either hboao itd kv^piv m* 

'o?.v‘'ir'?;io*v„:‘ .sooke fuel co. 

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Itotoi VtOto^ A Prrm gg_ First Cla-HS Workmaiuhip SawiB* Mack.w DRY CORDWOOD FIR 

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ate aty 9^ ; runaral Chapwl 

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py m^n >WT <m *Yida) Ftarmeely M Wlateted 

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and laaiala. Coaai lewing Macteia i |4i 2 ^ 

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EVKMU and EV 3 04te 


■V a nMBriii here h«r • mnniha llAYWARn'R mAPFI y®'* 1'*’^ Cbriilinaj CHILD CARE IN MY HOME PH ■hmalaa-ted Dm 

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an Tuea/lav Nnsemner J, ®-|,Mv Sw% B at I pm Hev. I CHAPEL • nmt piaiilrm repl>, plea** Moderni ,___. 

Mri Rok* Aahman. ngte Tl yeaia I Hnfer* nfflrlallnc Fni-' KlndRaM—Caunaav-Bandte h «•* plui usual requJiiUea Viclofta; 

af TJ3 Cnnnnrant »Te*i a r*.-- rrmta'i-n Hite Fori Pre8i H»v tel _ 


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EXPF.R’ENCEO MAH fOR VAK- OAII^ CHILD CARE. UX HOME > 
• nuker lalate dairy farm for aarty p'y VHPT 

Dr*rmber Fall) tegdem. TMp,., --— —_— 

wagra paid tor rigid man. fkaiy.WllLI) CARE MY HOME, TEN 
ih<t*e wbn ar* lnl*reided In perma-jMtle Potei, <7T-34W._ 


ALL TTPEl ur rUX)RS EX 
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: b« machine* Huonaa cair tedctaii) 
Gragg a Eaubiubte m EV4«.9 

Fletf aindtri and reflniihing. ex 
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AUTUJ4N SPECIAL 

TOTEM LOGS 
240 LOGS 115.50 
Delivered to slorast irra 


dant here for four '••aP' iie'mod 

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*• rwArra*.lonea of TJ4 Yates *1 . 

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tendan pi^* requulUea waman hv tte heur »J-*i6\ —-- ----- 

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Dr-eh> '.f th-aw* ate Misi---- i ir* aUikm ftwi end .Must ^ ■ ■nrn.vcc ganifirrt AUnI --- lUmp thlp^. in- H^iteiite. • ten U»-kt. Mran rahmrta. fuirului*, 

I -d Da tioT'et. PteUr.l VICTORIA LIMTTBD neat aiev-nrame ate f.«* pr tUSINISS SliVICIS AND Hbatiflw turn’d- Chaa. A. l tmla W' ^ uwdu4 .a- wyir iwiumaaia arr**. 

IwM ••)- Groree F P .h.Li «f M ItetMcilte” S*i*i Cadbora Ha" Rd | CNRICTORY '_^rhdcei and^nbdftht^ ^ gf-eix Lid. EV 2 U7t: *vm EV UMi mrteed fur ^ «*■•••■'■ bf-*"- 

ry t 1'* w"r^ J.rl v n __EV 2te64 __^ oT'ALIMrft AM) KN»’T:KI ' -KUk.N ACT.# INb I AI.LKU HkPAlRS TKKKS A.ND MKHCK.S IM.ANTKD KL CO PlfTl'RP FT7AMS! 

. , : n. V L-r- ibhli.’lF n STEWAHT Mtret.MEXTAL WOKEl ,*r*.I ln.ni w-I and frauie m- BnekUydef bumem. me’ai work. Art EV KIRfl piunr<l i.r rmy.vMl Kea-onahle fV 5 Zni EV 4teM ' ‘',7/' ' * ^ 

u. - vwTLwn !v b* ltd M Tunwati ane* «>tentr 1 r»r wph-Merei , 1 aula,___"^7^-.-.maiei. EV 4 IMS. KV44J*dan-r-- — ; .,7:7^.;;;-^ ♦lOUUJfNGS 

« , (to-, .-.to,,.. (b. 1*. _FV,*. .b4 S..* *;x ^;PK* V A'» _C.H ., Cl. .,.., __ -^ .'I',’:'.'i.r. ".to .1 '(b ..A. ,P n.,ur., 

) b \t ,i.ii W .A fLOIfSTS ■“ —— - . ,, eallnsa.ry L. Il'iwr .*;• Glt^ERh DuW.iPlFCT to.-'teli'tT CtlANT THKB HFKVICE :t units djy khavinf* te at ■ 4 t.hov * "f JS paiterna, f- 

.toASto _ri-OPlJI*_.nv v.kk<wv.<n u .l~A ... ™. KV1‘W. I „n|i. ..i.tolu,., totolito to u, prr li.il 

i.nved later bj ITm.-im a ruiassi d-lU-ixMn, A*n*l- n w . • * ■ ■'k| __ ^^.i.yqje t.\ 4 *3* l- » > 4 te *4 

*’*•'••1 In ace, eMN'Menie, qu.8l f* .•>**•. | lltAi*LACF.5. CHlilNKY4, ITO.NK -i iioMfc' lIAVnVMANT 

8 F./-«. 4 ^n.A -fir: eMYitte *♦.'. ki terii maa- aiat. work EVl-iteV MODI i StfEEl METAl. DAVIS HHUte. COMPt KTK TREE WILL lEl.l. Al'PKDX I CORDsl f I A.> DI A .M 


HOCSE work — 4iOt*) lAi'RKKK ! Itymg. aandi:\C nnUhing. Ere* aau 
S «v 6 Ite per day tA^Cll maiaa EV MIRA GR KVH 


lU. Mn ELen McCieiland of 

Rnviie aerk')*** will b# held on 
B'nday. N<iv*mber SS. He5 T. H. 
HcAiUrtei nfrinating MiCall Hr<M 
t'tmerw DtrerSom l.'d, in irf 

armteeinrnia •M.Mets g 

da*hnait If deSii^t fnentta may 

f-WVnbu<e V> < <e Cini'er lute. 
t’nri ilre*t ViiHona, H C • 


MORTIMER'S 

MONUMENTAL WORK! 
estahlisbid ifn 
‘*nt* Rneti la CraTmar-hlg"* 
«a David |ir**< EV Iter 

VICTORIA MCfHGliURT LIMTTW 
“lieaanal gf DIatiBcilte'' 
tv :te64 


lien, milk men. etr Lmkirui ha* *' •« RAMDt MUSICIANS, 
iww kxh with future. Mamed, with I BAteUl, MUtete«mr8», 


r nid car Call ai 1SSS Oak Bay Av« 
a m to S p m. or 7-9 p.ai | 


OtCHISTtAS 


Trae Savvies 

CEDARDAIaE 
TREE SERVICE LTD. 
N. E. 1IICT<.S 

• Pruning * .Spra>’ing 

• Feeding * Removal 

ENSURED 
PHONE 3H4«534 


SPECIFY 

••FOREST’ 

SIDING 


BRITISH COM'MRIA 
FOREST PRODL'CTS 


Viilmix .Sawmill 
DivixioM 

Fir, Hemlock •n<l 
Cedar Lumber 
Producix 
Plywn.'d 
Ce<1ar Shakes 
PRES TOLOGS 

Phnne E\'5.3.\n 
S7l Gorge Road E. 


STEWART * HUDSON 
LTD. 

Biiilrting .Supply Centre 
405 Gorge Rnld 
EV6.tU123 

no IT-YOURSELF 


HARKNinr FUEL LTD ; , ** 

'/wi riMut 'Ifta '..Lih kuh pai'kA.:Aa aa. to 4 na 

itoliXl GOVL aSo4*«>te4 f ijM* leg! In mahi«an' end wab 

■-■ - -- Inul. Uiweat pri''^ '''•f 


HEMLOCK SAWDUST 

CLEAN AlfD DRY 
FOR GARDEN A.tU »AR1I 
2 UMTS - M<« 

I UNITS > te 30 
IMMEDIATE DBMVEBT 

O.K. FUEL EV4 2452 


4 legi with hardwar* and bra .• 

Ilf, 14" high II 

r»rfe* Tahia Tte* nrwut. raad t* 
■ k^rmble ^<.^<46- 

Maihngany 

Mahogany Rtbbna 64 >4 

S*ti iir A«h I'l 

Aihoriie panela In lahl* (ng «i/e, 
2fu4k only . I) 4 


FUR RkPAlRS KV2I 


RYSfX'TM lb Virtiula. H C "o 

h.wam'ief 2i 1961 Mr Kite- i-k 
Jidtn Byateh. a^ied 7t voan a 
In Br«ii«b,ng Hem Fngiand aiut 
g reatdeir <d Vc^'Nia li < (•'r 


th* aa*' JQ taan. Ui* rranienra. 

gaa Ca eWaua Avenue Hr leavra 


nn W.i' i-uliar r'«m|iaign and ihe I*** M ay Sii**t 

■" It ) *■ M d !'l ■ ■« gii 

■>. a huk'it ••, 41'N*in*'•» '«i '1 *58 an 
and n>«ved later bj OveJm a I'UiussI —— 

|.,f nwi'H 


teiaua Avenue Hr tevra MkR-MIM.I. 41 CVisrry Pi v*ie 


lua aim«. .lame«. VamNiuter li C . 
and Aiben and hut man V ' 

EC; daugMem, Mr^ R fl Wb* 


lli^UAi <«) W«*<1r8r-4-g.. ^•>A'rn>5- 

’Ji te'. Mia Ha 4 -ii *4 Abe* Ma' 
rtWI ■•e <1 M yeara, haTnerl' W 


In 

VinORlA 

it i 4 a a 


ace, e>TN'nenie, qu. 8 l f* .I'em*. f lltAi*LACF.5. CHIMNKY9, lTO.>K 

wftri eN|»< tte ki pang maa- ^.d aiat* work EVt-SteV 


_I- 9r>xiAL " Mi> - NEW APPLIQUE 

'Sf lKNTIKlC PRUNING. SPHAYINi: 1 ALL HAM).U)Af)F.D nf -embmied 

rem-AbJi Large ahadr and Iruli M'RNACK WDtdJ .. .^ 1 lnJ* fT» ^ i*i ^ 

'lina Powrer aUimp rhlpper. la* Handplriite. • ten bbe ki. guaran a>toi..fitoi> huniiui* nr 

•ured Chaa A. i citea ¥rw- fcir leed mvteu-t ..r w.kie FUx-un- 'JJA 
ff-eiiLld. KV 2 1171; evae rV UMi mrteed fur h»r>i« e Inuned. dri. "••■‘•■I* 

----- , cuKli-N r" 

TKKKS A.ND MKHCK.S IM.ANTKD «■»>()'. KL CO PlfTl'RP FPAMS! 

uiuimnI i»r rmy»v 44 l Kraaonahlr FV7S/11 KV 4-6i*>4 * *v » v rvi. j • 

..•im.lf., EVA,MS, KV 4 5J>* Afl-r--- - —-. *IOUIJ3fNG.S 

A, ll,.\l»VVI,<IN BAY rl El. 

_ - •<« I 54 d 8 fl’ 'ri-e-toi ate • • •« !:«<«) r»mp 1 eie ai.ek* In nnlurMl > 8 .”h* 

^toteHiLNT roANT TItKR HRKVICI :t uniia djy i-ruivinf b* at . t;h>w e '>f ]» paiterna. f -t 

*rr*r eAtimaira. KVI^Mk. evea ) urii’a agi'«iiJiuiai Nawiiite Ik Ub per Lad i)d 

»:s 4 I- *■ » > 4 *f 4 

DAVIS HHCgL~ COMPI KTK^HKg WILL iEl.l. Al'I'HliX I CORDS| HOME HANDVaMAN 


LIHRAKY 


tara'and Mr* F. S*ba«tion. Vic* .1ite At liikHl Airert. a re^ideni 


ton*. RC. and U grafukSiUdrea 
Ft ate raard by bia wife Amte 
Fraagi Bvuteh. in Mann 1913 


Ivie 14 * II keara. Mw ieavei Iwr 
lamiwrd TTkvna*: <me datehter. 
Mia .S 'Jidia Irri Hagar Vir. 


itr. n\’«auU) wae a mrm'te et taia Iwa gi*n<l« 4 W '*«* grant- 


BAI.LANTY.NE 3 
EV 4-0535 
Charge by Phone 


•M-tr-j- rNfF rini. r-f , |W <• man* Ma# aMI* WOf» C» »-Wi» »v/v^r i aBc.c.s atoeae.x ae.vv^jx. •.•ai • e. a ■ a4to». WIUI. ariii.i. Arr-r»*a4k. e xxFrxa/.-xi . 

. .%to*nl>k 8 s M<>li>r 8 IaIA - - - - — Ml* DOUULAg STREKY |B*t>K'*. GH hMBl an>Unw. drv Hr ate tmk tikek fi<r Mil Haul. LIBRARY 

---—ImiMXKVX FieEFi.A<-K4 iLT — — - —— '----“i.-A* r,«Mii a.tot , a...itoAtol , . 

WANTKM reteired. KV i-tSFl. 6 i*»;CiAL WINTKR KATK* faUT- i i-ito«» Vv UKte ,C<*i1*1na full Informalhm and pi*. 

7 rnul* Mleimrn f<«- kual and rurmi — ~ — ■■ . irr« Hranad arul rrpaitvd G Kitov II TRAviL -■ lijiea far bewr la du It b<*ne rep* a 

fuller Eueh truitailea. Mu»i b* CdeWHft ---- - --' KIRDI.ING and f-.Jecu rarpnria. pai-‘4i .dma, 

iriiabld and have rar GR 7 9tJ6 -- aigirirgasgrt jul.N iH K icril AhM Al. PAAA ,16 aartiA |:^ in. Pr *8 if»*l'*g 9 Aim r'< 6 i«n iiiu^im a>a 

MRi'iJIw-WANYVn-APrfr L'AU. TBB B<iust BPBCTALIST.i -——- , ^ drn* tp*tJ 5 ai imtr liaviny U*r. ? 3 . telivared. Willlama Kiwi. CV 1 MM J 3 xtdumea for th* Ime biial 


liriiabla and have rar GR 7 ItJf 


Hai-rtk-rurf Ftfate Lid PY) lk>\ B *•’» eiprrw**^- Vt.^iY L^T-*T PRICED Gi*>buW)4. 7 arali ■\allaht* 1, riTtun*"wir*Krn 

Narwimo. BC >““* r#mod*IMnf and cabinaU *" \ .clnrl* Lrketfer W>lila Ttate Bureau, Itr Varrugr f 

>anaim«..H C-^ VaJdmohklb GBRC^T HaMmwlng tehm. <»h Huinladdi u,.,, ^5 Kort S 4 if*t KV3«ii ai «o fir w nM KV 4^> 

;:,*T7/'Ato,;’"'ia,**yi^ytoi cAM.ESTB, «e.«. - —--j»i ■building iuppum 

--s~ TOaTTv l%r* - (sscrnucirrEe.* :..cw::«iY 1 * pirsomali I- - — 

25 MALI OR riMAH AiiiT^-wrmK'VT HiUK^^Ty aItkk nib .xor S. J. PEDEN LTD. 

HEL^ WANTED j raie*. Addi'JSH, ragovmitei* ef Jaiggngn 1 h# pr.pnmihl* f • ans daldi inrurred' 


tha fliil Aga PeiwiMWia Aatucm- daudhler ate two kaiera m Ihe t^or-Mir^-cy 

lina ha I and V V .s .4 BROWNS 

•anirea wlJI ta* held IQ ihi «inte Kureial n^riireR will ha *2 y„ 

Mnrtiiiy IJinnad ‘ Jiem<a\ai t natet Vhrrim F?.Awf* HP«rt Of 

■ CM*)**" • fTtunrUv. Nipsember in Mf<MH Br* H/HIAL niAPEL. VlCtOriR for 52 Ycai'J 

IJH al 1 r ra Cannn tir-’y-ge i eir^ n ami Vara'user Jkre *8 8 . | 

Ml. off toll,n iniffiatoS to ;i. «-■ nr K .IRC, 5,545. EV 4-.T5B1 Nights 

i\4l ftok UtooAl Pa* irtort to n Al OAk BurlAl PArk._ _ " 

- 11 lURIAL PARRS 


Harewni^ Falate Lid , PO tkix B. 
Nanaimo, R C- 

■ w A N TE n, 1 mi vkjTialrau^ 1 


^ Iba aian tjf 3i yean’ aipri^rao- THK Vt.^iY 

fuc ytiur r#mad*lMng and cabinata P^*'*'* \ .clnri* Lekea 

— Can r VaJdmoakh, CBBC^T HaMmwliig tehm. <»h 


Mdl« n/faaiiri ime-t 
|U-\a] Oak RunaJ Park. 


_hV4OT PING PONG 

‘Regu a'l'n %’/» ’*) 1 rF, rnme# 'a 
■ tevlKint i'i he held hv net rla> n. 
T'fiR tetv ' ■ f e |ai>kage> Ii ’ •< 

LTD. pTITTable'p -w’-el ha«e 19 li 


. _ ! K* •te’** Rtate. Coear. oh * '^yt 


INDC.\ TO 5VA.NT AD HEAULNGS , r 

Cbaatfichiite Claaaillea’* * 

R<i ■'* • • 

r 9 aia and Waaiad .. in Memurlara -. J IS 

ate* .U LiiiifU* 'C*'**L'*^ —. ^ !f 

M i.iaiin/8 Ranird .. '* 


Aguamaa * Riitird . •* _ . - 

ApteiMonM to RanL Furnubad ‘-‘"“li K^* ’*-'** .. £ RETARDED CHILDREN S 18 FIMALI MILP WAHTID 

A£rtaa«n*i in Rant Un/uralabad 129 1 . 0*1 and Pwtte .—. j - - 

^aftaartj Waaite .- ——— S' w.n-* 4 "“ --- 2 il Lucky NunihRr BInfo ' mpwn YOUR TY*moN aah 

AfiH Pbiming-Mi# M«IP • dt ' :e.roir«R OraF^ity fnr an *> 

' A«M Bapatra and 8drMca^^...j«l Hal* ar ramaj* Half Ranibi ...M, v_. no ; nenenrH nerti RierteraiFier la 

4AiM ftnangii mi lufRi* Hv « .... .. «! Irllir.vlaj, NOV. 2S ra-aneh a# mifmai orgaid*. 


' .. . , —Ik* m#*** risr CoMr’oht-Trt _ r:__ _ •.* n < .-of .n an. 

11 lUBlAI PABKt te;tNiNU I.NOteK 'to* . '„ RIRKA JKWKLLFV puiiealusg lu i- *-lmg ». 

U BURIAL PARKS Ogpra a eviabluhte Rate route R' « RAOMJt. GITT) Rh. rLfy^^Hr guanmeed wairh rapair her uaha 

6 ~ n..»n M.R >ALr Ih HATLEY __;Aye^euhteJ-_R^>NR. 

Mem.»'*l Gi'drte. CRFlf»12aH*rt ^ --Laadicaaina ALCOHUl.lCl ANUtlYMOUB 

• (“■ ■ _ “ rcwPI C ion CAItK'TAKFR 6 D 4 ' 41.iURATIOHA OFFICE' R)- _ ^_ _ Mivirsg lAietil* aflib bottr d'ninfig* 

IS COMING IVINTS J, ,„^j| ipgrtmeiM ’ irwen i mira A rtw aita. to ieh erra. EV4 m n-uRy CARiyiM v**?^Tt* 

--— ----autle Virlnria r*ea* Box ♦••• *> __ _ Vlrt-^e W*rttr- nu'«er}. ) re **• ^ Trfteiw 

^ _”_ VdrRte VIMWIhf fr^ rsllmairt. Rudael ® ^ rer.. tamte 


BIRK.4 JKWKLLFV 


COMINO IVINTS 


^vV 4 . a Dintlnctlvp, Prp- WKATUKRS'PRIP A.ND 
riniAhed Ribbon Gram INSIT.ATION 

VD MAHOGANY "iM T. ^ 

rs A v«-i f f V F' ' A'ur’n'i r 6 .ir .Jldr I 1 

PAANraLLlaNCff iCoerureg rmrugatad lnll--l • 

Al44rfa totr ~W I J :! 


iMannlng free rsiimaiet. Rudgti 

^.ar available 


. Big 4x*x'a sb.. 


1 ^ ilhig^ ya an d Or 

EtJ* ** 11 M.W#I agaate*4a Raid . . trai yt<imitei<pn #. 'nr 

dS?^ kbftit*_..K... to-T-- " ■ramen ie RafiL Mlaertlahaoua Fl 

KTVaW""..r"::”™.::::» -4 ■««,.. u<\ /■ V'• ^ 

OoDimfunlUM .16^ Muvtng apia Hauling . Ill] 4 KxtrA CsIYIa 25c 

Pvrwmaia ..W Mua.rtI Intirumatea ........... M’ 

CarM to Thtotoi-- • . . to, I>o,MX Open fi n m. 


ii add OiLhtefaa 13 Murr 'aneiaia fnr 6aig 
aamHaa_Wt MiareManamM Wan'ad . 


laffUii 61' M.jnamaatgi ■ ^ , U 

.— —— D M-ingag# l.iiana and Inauranra 141 


’niiir.vlay, Nov. 2S 
AimlAsion I! no 


a . ,,. -- WAhriir r-T a..- _ _ 

mpwn YOUR TY*moN aah Jv 

earniteR OraTtufiity fne an *> •'’5 ,• ^ g-e*'* Fur Gteid i.ateaniping 

iwnenrH nerti Riertniraprier l* l"K!L*r,III*,*7^L-JL.!!r, Fraa Ertmaiea EV J-fl* 

, ^ ■_. ^ .,«i,.toatoi eif-tosaUB ••ten 'Tu *■), th* Cviwt'vaam at - - _ 

I'J? alte!^M «he Hnm*-d —i BARKER LAJfWCAFlNG 

«;!ii^biTl^^maTiJ!lm^ »*0 Clearing a. :an H^ arl Wraet Igera • EV 6 B 

ateh« ate etepnen.v m ua* nf CdtBdt* mm4 Li«gla«n L.ted.«. 

dir^tevM. ate la mwiy wtfi *Ba*b >_ %.appara ■■■ fctwwiiw L«R« 0 grY 

mmm ‘-te wwrklte albMtTMmn a a tmuiNuitM rut. a!,UU«vw.(a.rx • ..e-xB >e .«•!m 


LfRMgrY 


WILL PROVIDE NICE HitME IN *•*?_* ^ 6 miiiHbt" . . , 

gnte gii net liir kmiR\ -nkiare , ‘*■'*'2**"* *. 2 Wretfr ”*M- art ’7 

wnmiri t>r einjnle in i5rtn ^are fnr * • RnUry Mar-igany ^ 1 •• j tu* ; lUr-ar f 9* 

m'kher-eaa fhmiu. Virinr a Prea* , Bn ^ Maangggy, 6h. J Miartm nf ainar u-te 

--1 fUiUrr^ah.^*<' gfc 6“ weathara'rlfa 

4t RUSINISS PIR50NAL1 | _ PLYWOOD CrTTINGI 

A.N04NYMuta MAKAIAGE BUREAU IWi ti q ft mil. t' J'iberglaaa Huhdreda nf piywnte rule In 

Li> enaed Jnauiantdi I4.4S and ugunded Junior pan* • a - 

Diacreet P-*Mr.ii Bervica IM m fl. mi' 7 )*ib«*glaag Prired al a franinn rd mat tor hjfl 

rnvata Intrrvtew I r«iii . g. 71 ) ng* ahe«vi 

All enealriae ara rqg.ideiPtal i i,a « yg mtdl a l % 64 
Baal near*. PO Bo\ W7 Vlrtorla. 1 One p|e«« S'eel Garage rwsrt !■‘•9 PRPS TO TiV;’=t 

■ Rrancn PO, Bob lia. Vanrraivtr 1 teiallaiF*) Jo prepared ..gening Ift W J r\r„') »v/ p 

PHoNR >kS46.'l A9K KOR FREE,' * / •mm g4* AHM^e^lb a'orb »'aa4 R'-af ae.rt 
b#an* an-BiB, leet of • 1 iMhlly tea'* ■ ' *'* •‘*- 

*d hwpital approved Niagara fyrin] * CaJ'aaueit iipM-np:pe, Ln fl 1J 1 ^ ^ ^ 


■max 4*4 Prai'niahed 


8tudR e'r 5(30* 

7 V) aweep 

. ‘ 1 fl rt'^rv' bumper 


grnd diH' 
worn • D t e 
' m'k her'eai 
Hiai 114 


Carte ad Thatei .. I Mu*r^ Teamen .. 

Sir tor llto .—_>*4 Xito cir l>rto-l.«T 

S" Md TTtofc Rtototo . Ill P«ni Tirr, .nd AcoM~rl. . 11 

CMrtoi, Putoirr ■ditoi.nf kn* PrrA.toA Utoiii .i" 

B^tet** . ..•* FiTiunaiA .. ^ 

(hmim-i . ri'todtotoi P,.*, . , .. to 

STvto..,^-.- ..Tllff, XM Ui PT.d.„.A,.. -r 

CMtom C»mpto>4» WWUdT . Pr.torn» l.ii I.W . 

, lit rrxK-l, *4i„Ad . W 


I>o(MX Opxn fi p m. 
G,ime Time 7:13 

K nf r Hill 
T23 Cormoiimt ,St. 


Oawtry Home* ate Pn^artlaa 


I - lur* Cf> 727 Yale* 6' KV 2 SHI Mia<dll«H 00 gt 

Ain’FJtmmG OlTYWHITER —rrr ----^ _ _ 

We r-qtarr a eumg wmwn laide' Cvrpttt VRS Lihgltiate pi,g ngt.T 6) wr. ritiNT ViH R 

B 58'iih wTlting eAjwrwra'^e H» ad* i ■ » • —- - ——— ■ > - na.'ug •* -aMi -ii ** 

w^i«m« arte rewied fekt* T>rar<g f:AL» KTaDOR COMPANY. l?tg « wnt ,x e d d i n g 
I pae n '..il I’Imm* atvitv in p*r«ci. Ligugiag ppuac BC»-«4U A •eumiyieie aiTyle*’- ! buuotw - —rr m ■ 

' Permeiruf Offirv. 4ih KiH>r Hmtwei a'noar dawriB aar^lr* Nam.-ht** a*i'i ^ * ' ■ 

*ltay Ol ouLjiai'an un reduret No -K-ilgatioft c ;. e pr.ir te OC-xwwJi 

K Kti*B.,E AXD l.NntY-toi^ Trx ^ tt!?'•- r^T . ' . ‘ .■Jl*_ 

babTslt da>8 In *ajr him* t\4- HOLRIGAN’t CARPET AND L!HO bNCITINC MACHINE. I.KS.S4»N6 


Nfaktagr Autboriyed deaiaf far aaieii 
and arrsk'e t 

W : Hlt^iv W ' 

L-teet »•..*»« i *t->kt 

Iteetef tiae IB laa Rrtte* fhiM 


Nf:4H rrn NTAIN CIRCLE 
Rd-'.irepn Markil aad TupaA 

r<« b'«Mk **«t 4)f OnifiiiR 

Ol'ER &ATUKDAY MUKM.NO 


rHARGK ACrorNT.^ 

.fipened wti* you wait R', 3 d^et 
li'TTR on h‘>me imprTjAemen'* 
UulAtng <redit, hij ■■•»* flAara 104 


• A,' f a lij makes. »•■ 1 augwwl 42 

IJIN (.'.toj* .Ht ar ah^aw »^-l1te - 


EDUCATION 


BogaBamanti /vV'm'***'*"*'*!*? « liun^ V^p m^Mdnu^ibei 61 meeting GR6*1TB _| -* --Ftetetea mm4 Otgilitgil - TVTORIHa - 

KrST^iltolld ■■■to4'J“.Mi|4*toUito (toodt ..If »L Ertix (aril Sr. Prrtoi A i l . tojnr TOO ARE RRALLT UWmiO 'J ~ C,,A»*« •~r*Tl iio« ("d-tMo., ■tUalMa: I 1 Iff H 

tetea SteBlMa . .. ■ .,}} ST PITER ILAniRB ^WvfNG ‘ Exfie'^enred haiNraeaer frr Oa« B*' Mag Krae artim e aa GRVte O ,.. j.ewf Dp 3 yrteao. KVJteiPflj _ . _ _ 

ETiJXTm on,™, to i«,l 1» J r™,^™ ■ TrUtoP ""riM ,^rIT _ <3ML>1 OnTrtXCTORS SSTIMATB, “FSil'UrTOf ITA-SV RtVOLl-TIONARV 

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- TVTORJHQ - 

(te'rtBual atuattaa: I i By highly 
aifjiad lui'ir*, an atev* crjdren a 
■rrate piublaHH. and ggirkijr reator* 

laieruw ate arttedawea m aacaaaAry 

Bd a Yrogrc«iiy* arbutar. 

ALL GJlADLg 

uxiv'ERAAi. nrroKi.NG college 

PilORR lh6247l 


S. J. PEDEN LTD. STEWART A- HUD.S<XN 
28.-15 QupAnel .St. LTD. 

EV51438 EV 5 S331 4(;r, Gorgf RomI E\'A.5211 


R. A GREEN i 
LUMBER CO. LTD. | 

2891 Dougin (raxy to park)' 
Phon« 383-9774 


Opfti 6 Daya Till 3.30 
Lou of Frp« Parking 

Tai.vKi-io op Bun.n,',';* 


Grt mr nrw r-atatngu*. W.'h « 

R'jtMlne .Maiana a Lumter Mlb S9t “Cana Trend rtunaa Only i:'4, 
work, f •r'.jTv ate P.aner lariic* 

aa . I Bun.r.R br- -ttiehi Burn, r.% 

Mar D* piTwoad Hardwnrtlg I 

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THE MORE YOU TELL-THE QUICKER YOU SELL! CLASSIFIED ADS DO THE JOB-TRY IT! 


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TV TALK 

By 4I>I TAVl OK 

IV NCyTKS^ Jerry whose ABC series ends 

Dei. 14, look a full-page ad In the lloll>T.vo»d litide 
papers saying only ‘‘Oops!" with his name aiHeil In'. 
Very small print . —. That Was-ihe Week That Was. 
a Nov. 10 aperial atagi-d with Idea of making it a 
ienes ni’st u-ason, dn*sv such favorable response that 

_ _ it may. e\ en reaiii j 

senes 'Status before 

/ _ ^ , ( this sea.son ends. It ' 

V__ A a s|>on.sor agr(s*s. it 

) I 1 may replace Hams' 

J I / Cirl.s in January . . . 

f \ |.'J / with all the fuss about 

T— 11 'I 1 the high cost of fun- 

cJ I erals these days, 

I I ■ - - - 1 Spike Jones i-S doing 

H I a pilot film for a pro ■■ 
I I posed series called 
-1 You'll Die I,aughing.; 
^3 In which he would - 
tJ play an undertaker 
V ... CB.S has offered 
T Robert (loulet a $Jl.- - 
I 000,000 budget for a 
/ four year si-ries con- 
J tract,- providing his - 
/ CB.S .special in Kebru- 
' arv Is a success . . . 


WOgkJNd' OM a ■ I HOPt IT BNT URtVtR- 
UPtlfWY SifiS WOfTH^) MRS, W.LiON, BUT £ 

TS^ TUANICS TO THL CRfATOR 

r/Vl ) ^h 1 » WWuATt t 

V ^liAoBitRVANa Of IW4 DAY' J 




THWt B AM OLD 
'ARABIC rWVH5: J 
I'lino GIVK Mor <1 
ThAbki TO MIS, 
ONEi f*3T ThANW 
—\ .10 000“! 


I THEM VW NOT WRITt ToMf TVt B iMEHOW £ 'f '.T 

JtlVLRi W110 OTTEN LEA,E IlMwRrmM? \ BEL'E'.E >AT IT 
-•TO A hUlBAMD OR WIFE FOR TbE OAILV T y^^TRACTS iR£v;*t 
R'.SO flEilEi WE TAK.t FOR «A-‘.TD--T0 1 luvuc JHEE' IF WE 
I AN AJTHOR WriOlE WOROS hA.E ORISEO UpD. On Th.I DAi 5 ET 
INEW WINDOWS ON LIFE-TOA BEAEFACTO* h-VZ' FOR &RA' ' OE, 
FOR FAST AND EMILV FOROCTTEN AS ‘I Tv ' YOti : i 

'EAVOR5-T0 A FRIEND FOR LOrAiTY s ___ ^ 


OFTEN UI»DE«ERVED- 


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62 MISCELLANEOUS 
fOR SALE 


X.M.i-s C.IFT 


Dailil (!]iiliTiuiit 41 

Thurtdov, Nov. 28, ^^63 


MISCELLANEOUS 
FOR SALI 


«T>u:s 



Television for Thursday 

fr«rrBin< aiiBirfl <• thaaf** kV BtallaaB f«aMra«4. 


r*n 

Omnnal 1 


" .sch«rt Tei«att 
Helena-. .\ur:-et 7 
L. ret,!* 

KoiluVk Ko'kt 

* Woman J World 
, M'JM* 

Muv i« 

I Muvia 
PaaBwnrd 
I 2i( atlcK UiU 
Take 3U 
Utant. Roc<‘rk 


add long titles for life -p,p,r 

coming TV ihows: jm v.iiirr k™, 

n J iOO Ka/Jie IJ«.',<la 

We re Not In Ban a ij Mu»»r Hop 

“Now, a surprise. Mrs. Shape for the Shape f;; 1 si»ir* su Snn HimMo-urinkit 

White. You-vn been .sMinecb Were In Considwing S'^Tk^nV.b.u iur.r..srr 

ed to a hidden He detei-tor. the Shape of Tilings _t » | cinJiJ cam ^rs F-iini>i'«ns irmpw H.iuiioi 

. f>neral Foods, currently sinking all its TV ,id- i.uu lui-.ii«u*ji i>.nns n»«a i Ttmpit Hiurio 

vertialng millions Into CBS. may spread It around }“ s«,.i My n-r™ snoi or siwir. 

• , r.rtntll Jimnn> Dean 'Dr. kiidara 

n^Xt ywr« * ** I Paratia Jimm) Dean I Hazel 

____ .. ^ '■■'a a la V 'Alin'd Hilchnwlt Rdie Ariamv ' Arthur Gudfren 

^^1 |.J - I. ^ lfl» Aifnwl HiirhojiJi One 5t«p Bryiftd ' Arthur G<Klfr»j 

lliiiixla} J12 

Note: Today Is Thanksgiving Day In the U,S:a !:<» - ii;-' 

Hith several parados on TV thi.s morning on Channels 

7 and 12 starting at 7-am. and on Channel 5 at 9 a m. .ui.niNC iuPPLIBS st ruRNiruai 

9 a.m.-Nationa| Football League. Green B a y ^ _ ‘L rU«K nv»B 

Parkers vs, Detroit Lions 7. 12. ..... _ _ 

12-CbllegB football. Texas vs. Texas A Sc M— SlIAWNTGAN LI MBLR TRADE IN FL’R.NITI 
7 , 12. YARDS LTD. SPECIALS 

12:.T0 p.'m. American F'ootball la'ague, IX-nvcr . _ Tw'y Crii»r«Hs (roti*ii.» 

Bronco, vs Kan.sas City Chiefs 4 I*'' ivu, 

4 Cowboy and the Tiger, a 60-minute childien's ilS,' iJ'',‘r'''v«”d'c«<iui.>o 

fantasy 4. RANGEPLY .SPECIAL ' _ p. f. i-hi,«ii-riinii 

10 Arthur tkxlfrey present., a Ttianksgivlng \ very roa.s(inably priced "I'rn.inT.nd'iwrrr*’* 

variety Show, with guests lAza Minnelli. Tony Bennett, decorative plywood t h a t 

Carol Lawrence, Shan Le\vis and Orson Bean 5. will make a nice Job of c >.'«w»ii «m<h»ir 

llnln-T .nv room WK "-"'•'I * 

a 9 Tt ■ • lining any room. . _,,;LKtTio\- of i.'.sfo fi 

I la■ I••ual <1 a’I xS* sheet., in walnut, tcrk comk is and bri 
» iT10>Uy!5 maplmtood. redwood or ' 

9:30 a m. - Challenge to Lassie (1019 drama), Fil- honoytone. each-$3.80 HOME FL’RN'm'l 

mund Gwenn--4. vvrvrxv piva- 82jFort.st. E\ 

12:30 p.m. Ride Out for Revenge llO.-i? western), ‘ '-- — 

Rory Calhoun 2. pa.neli.i.mg MWNaHns 

1-Birth of the Blues (1911 mu.sicali. Bing Cros- Nicely knotted kiln-dried .vn 

by < 5 , 8 . -■dock. I"x 8 - 8 ft. bundles ““'•‘RLD 

2 Oh, My Papa (1959 German drama). Ulli '6 pieces per bundlei, AUCTIO.-^Eaia 

Palmer 11. bundle .. - $6 10 

3- Jim Tborpe-All-Amei lean (1951 sports bio- vrs-ic cs-RViri.’ Contents of homes 

fraphyl. Burt Lancaster 5. FREE .SERVICE eash or 

5:30 Duel on the Misslsslpp* il955 adventure), advances made on 

Lex Barker 12 •“’b “^'^9 >“0 ss to .ignmcnti for audio 


K4iM<>-T\ Kl^ 

I litnw rl < 

M^ir rplMpTfio 

C4ii(^.nB 

jBi'k LBLann* I f aruil*- 

IduM*_' l‘■^■f^p 

Muvi« f*»niilp 

M"Vit M Bhirc 

Prif e ]• night - k 4 Ir 

Seven kp>i Tiuth o 

Tennessea felmie . WurvU 
, The IXb 

KSb^rmiII I |,)ireiti 

Ku>>(ii<Lil I You Oil 

Knithalt . 'J***'^* J 

iviaiiiuii 

jCen^rkl 

ri«*b<i\ and Tiger 


KIN< rv 
rkan iiel 1 

releneoM 
I Ti'!eac>ip« 

I Karaite 

' l*arade 

t’linide 
M Bhirg Link 
k 4 Inipl t-IKl ■«. 
Tiuth cii I'-iM-cq 

WurvlA WumlB 
I The OJciotB 
I Liireiia Y-jun* 
i You Oin'i s ay 

Match Aiame 
' -tiiiim for DatUtJf 
M'Aie 
I Movie 


Kr>r 

t knnnel ' I 


I Father Knowi Best ('nwhoy and Tiger i Movie 


, Captain Pu»{et 
Fropie'i <'h<iice 

New* 

ScNcn Sea* 


S:an II »iev in 
Hur k H><und 


Hiiuiley-Urinkley 


1 Candid 

Camera | 

Flintalune* 

Temple Houitnn 

Lucilla Uaji 1 

Serial 

tirindl 1 

: Parade 

1 I>>nna Reed 

IM.v l>ree Snna 
Jimmy Dean 

Jimmy Dean 

1 Temple Roualon 

Dr Kildare 
< Dr. Kildare 

1 Hazel 

' AJfnvl 
Aifn-d 
New*. 

' Movir 

Hilchnwk 

Hiirhrxjik 

Stkirt* 

' Edie Adam* 

One Step Brynnd 
Newt 
! Movie 

' Arthur Gudfre.v 
‘ Arthur G<Klfr*y 
j New* 

’ J< hnny Carann 

Mom* 

: Mux k« 


Muvi* 

Muv.t 

1 Johnny Car*na 
Johnny Canun 


i CanniBel 
At 

.K«'ei>e'B Ofmer 
Kfene't turner 

.Schnifl Bmadmatev 

Cash Carnivai 
I ra«h < amivAi 
\ NtNin Shm* 

Nunn shuw 

Movie 

Movie 

M^ie’ 
i Movie 

T.Yke 30 

’ Uiant. Kngen 

' Mr. Piper 
CarouMl 
lU/be 

LitUeal Rctx) 

New* 

MrPheeter* 

McPheeler* 

Jack Benny_ 

Lurt'le BaD 
{U*r la) 
tii'imU 

parade 

i Mfdir 

Tide* and Trail* 

Niw* 

Steve Allen 


Colleie KiMttball 
College KofkhaU 
College Fiaktiall 
College K'aiiiiaU 

College K'hkUatl 
C<iliege KuutbaU 
I Cart«X)ru 

I Can»tfia 

Patches 

Patrhe* 

Mickey M<»ise 
Rjrky; New* 

W>att Earp 
Sews 

Naked CHy 
Naked City 

Rawhide 
Kamhide 
Pern Mason 
Perry Ma^ei 

I Nurse* 

‘ Nurse* 

Steve Allen 
Steve Allen 

i -iteve Alien 
‘ .New* 


I Canaiecl 
; At H *01* 

; Kfveh I Comer 
I Keene ■ C-imer 

tni'le Bub 
L wle bi b 
Cash Carnival 
Cash Ca rnival 

N.ain SIhiw 
N.xin Shuw 
M.ivie 

N'Aie _ 

Mom# 

Muvic 

HiTe I Looking 
Pe.»ple__ 

Camuael 
Caratail 
Hawaiian E>e 
Hawaiian E>-e 

“ Srrets; New* 
Cash Carnival 


Romper Rfsim 
I Romper Hituin 
' Hwana Dcm 
I Yoga 


Sherwisid Kurrsl 
Cartorjnv 
Rrakeman Bill 
Riakcman Bi ll 

Hishwav Patrol 


Ca*h. Carnival 

Mov j* J 

Route 04 1 

1 Mov 1 * 1 

Rnut* «4 

! Mov 1 * 

To Tfll Truth 

Mnvie 

Zern ('me 

, hrwi 

j*4a Paar 

; New* 

Jack Paar 

1 1 

Rlngo 

Tide* %nd Trai!* 

*Juv le 

Nc‘t* 

Movie 

Steve Ai:en 

Movie 1 

Steve Allen 1 


k\(P4n 


r hManet 11 

rme 

Parade 


Parade 

a so 

F-*9>ia;l 

9 0 

FioMLatl 

9 IT 

Football 

in (u 

Kradbali 

in 30 

FtX'lball 

11 rv) 

Foulball 

11 90 

ColJcKe F(*7lball 

12 no 

Co(l^,*r h<aitua<l 

1 : N) 

Coi'rge F(»ttMiV 

1 no 

Cttliege Fo'Mhall 

1 SO 

C-illege F *>tl»a:i 


College 3 ootbail 

2 30 

THA 

1 no 

Groucho 

1 90 

Mirkev M -uv* 


Fun-O Rama 


Yogi Bear 

IT) 

M«M* 

#» 

M.ole 

ton 

hfVM 

430 

M ivie 

. 700 

l^d Sicrllon 

7 30 

R«<d Skelton 


t;rt>urh'i 

ISO 

M'S<)und 

IflO 

Dirk Powell 

9M 

Dirk Powell 

uiin 

Spn lal 

I 10 . Sn 


1 U 00 

Movie 

' 1130 

Movie 

1 1200 


n a- n TIIT1-: Lnv 

\ 

G.ant ' > 

inflatable R.’ ‘ ' \ 

• . \ 

IT ' Doll Caiiiags $5 .39 

16' rncvcle .812 69 x 

Radio Yot Wagon $3 1:' \ 

All Star llockcy Game $s 19 S 

Fltch-A Sketch - $179 s 


G-F: Rwsii'd Player ..$21 95 v .j, 

X Ki 

10 Transistor Portable 5 » 
Radio _ $2S.8S x 

X 

Hair Di .vor and Case $11 99 ^ 

G-F; .Spray .steam and 
Dry Iron __ $16.90 


W \'! 1 PVY 
SL-.:<'1.M.S 


•t > AJ I>. NCI |i*9 X 

* JtANi.ES X 

U;-«'lSnxise Klecl;..' X 

\ 4.' . ‘■vi'ne' R*'';* - 1 *^ 

. \ C. •* ■,* E^px-iric X 

e-B • X ■ ?' "S 

^ ’ 4 Com^-inat 'n jss .r»ri \ 

\ an* •< range Very we., X 

^ S-Sw:'.*'- Ran*:# I.Vt T> X 

\ (ju:7icv 4hl Kangs 163 W X 

$12 69 X • X 

\ RKKRtr.LRXTOn.^ X 

' -'t, g.'i «»s X 

' ♦* \ I ema-'d' k i»-'leraina X 

Kf'-izer Pirpzer $343 11^ X 

i, ev IQ X X 

' ^ •. TV RF.NTA?.« X 

Rent Ui pun lias# X 

-$1T9 \ X 

\ N.w «H««wrNr, X 

n- ^ KLKKTW't'n X 

3L.1 JJ \ Ksilin CoriihmaUon ini X 

\ Kec*nl Plsveni Pmm l'.C9 iO X 


’’i* as tJ OU a week. 

M\1S FCRMTI RE 
AM* APPLIANCKS 
ItCl Csik Street 
Ev y:43^ 


Automatic Coffw 

Perk - 


Blaek & Decker Jig 
Saw_ _- $17 95 

Clirome Wheel 
Covers _ $11.99 


OWL DRUG SPFX-IAI.N 

Reg. 0«1 

»,ia- - Fn<-»»p»f«l 

$12 9j viTA-\n\ C TABLE-r*. 

I'P 

STHEAMLINE PLAYINti 
a. , CAKI»S _ 

$l4,9j puKER SIZ.E r 00 0 ^ 


CHRISTMA.S CARitR. 
FA.MILY PA( k 
«11 09 H(»' SKH<»Ln TAPE 
— r>isf*>:NstR 


*1 lUILDING SUPPLIES 42 PURNETURI | 

SHAWNIGAN U MBER TRADE IN FURNITURE 
YARDS LTD. '.SPEflAl.S 

Two Cnllarette* (Portahle 

'■Quality at Uic Right Unce" ' 

Spec, kju'hen suiie t:.‘i.' 4 ii 

.>ifa. In vciy go’d ceidiliun . 

RAN(jEPLY SPEC'IAIj j P« e. chi*sterfield EA 50' 

Halno* ihning r<b>m lat>ie (fiaan* 

A very roasnrably priced 4 rnair* and nurret l»S 0 

dPcoi aLiv<* plyw'ood t h a I»'e.iaeu 
w ill make a nice Job of Cojsweii anrmhajr li«*jo 

Iminrr mnv ronm A VKRY LAR(;K 

lining any room. , m.;LKtTU>N' of pskd m rm- 

rxH’ shAoia in walnut, ti rk comk ix and brow'SK ; 

a^/4 r'A/lti'.-.i-wl nr- • AROUND. 


Tlilirsdav’s Movies 


I tl MUSICAL INSraUMINTl «4 


HALL * F'AIRFTFILD 
MUSIC CENTRE 

Evei->thing in Music 

• Muvlrg] Insirumeni* 

• Music Lesvon* 

• Piaiv-M and ursine 

• Complete Repair Dept. 

• Kecijrts 

• Siieet Musie 

• Rcniai Plan 

O^en Wednesday Af!e(nooa 
and Friday Everungs 

•:28 Fort St. EV 3 8342 


KILNER'.S TV SERVICE 
$3 HOME CALLS $3 
F;V 2 7175 Anytime 


I SF.U TV Axrx 

C-impIrle, gJi* 1 
titer 6. 


TV. RADIO SALES 74 GARDEN SUPPLIES 
AND SE^JCE ■ y, “i,,i7“R^k,“i,4 fin I 

■V SERVICE ^ siiil” .sou. si)il 

/“•ATT o e-i Available All Winter > 

LAEEc> ♦J Best Farm Loam. 

AnY'tim^ SrTTH'i - ilmvei - Fill 

AHVlime ^ ^ ^ 4 T»- 1 O !0 

nl:* * Mikil»Rire*AT'80tL-CARUCa 

I hone 47^^,4717 ineaure, gnveL till Soil and 

____ manure by the tack. C NUoa Ltd.. 

ElaftTMiun Lid. I UR l-llfl. 


Wind.'^hield Cover_99c 

I 

Budget Teima 
Available 

n A'd’ tire ltd. 

Virton.i Duncan 


TFLKV WALTHY ElaftAJlur* Lid. 

24 T c >t* 14 _ isj-aaa 

U RICVCLES AND 
MOTORCYCLES 


UUUD BLACK TOP SOIL. MANURE. STCX:K RI'IDUC'TIOaNS 

ALL NETV ITE.MS: 


CliUST 

c TOtyniPA.'sTK H n 0 «• 

CHKAMAl.I.N 

I A.NTAl'IL) ■>« 

PIO.NEKR A.RA 

TAHLKTS -JiH *1 «l gke 

PF'-^«>K,NT [paJTHPA5TE. 

FRKK XMAS 

CAMX.E 11 S» II 18 

OWL DRUG 

r-Kl and l>iu;;iaa Si . LV 5 410 
MAYFAIR. EVVJI^S_ 

RKN.4ATIONAL KORTING H LU 
•iiToo tape recmler. model MTlidSi 
~ 7 ■perd*. 3 head*. 4 iracka Rer<Kd*. 
Rierr>i ami mono, pia.v* stereo aa4 
nt’in-i. self r ifiiained stereo i|)cakef 
i5Siem Multiple synchnmiiad duiw 
hing. Regular ISM rieaianra •per al 
iLXfl Vicl’ina Cn4our Ph«k«, 12?t 
Crovemmen! Street. KV 5-ISM 


KNrymr pine 

PANELLING 

Nicely knotted kilii • dried 
.slock. I'’x 8 '‘ 8 ft. bundles 
16 pieces per bundle i. 

Per bundle .. $6 10 


HOME FURN'm'RE 
825 F'ort St. EV 2 51.38 

___ 1 

ilAYNAJtDS 

BUNDED 

AUCTIONEERS 
■uia IBB 

Contents of homes pur- 


BALDWIN 

ORGA.NS 

1 (from $1,095) 

Genprou.s allowance 
for your piano taken 
in trade. 

Rrun.e Pffler Music StuAu-s 
i::4 jkAitfiaa at lupp. ui# ui 


MOTORCYCLES_ ri.iCAN nu- road gravel tt'l£t?uil tuwi ^ C,.wenim#n! Street rv 5-SgM 

—-- ' ijp uo. OK. Trucking Co. Ltd. ADMiR.M. P«*RTAHI.F iHhH --- 

BUNIM ua. i-u na WASHER, Keg |JJ9 95, HEI.P ' • 

MO DUWN PAYMENT -— To Clear ll- u« m-ve lo Dnuglas Street Ki-*! 

AM LOW AS lU PER MO.XTH | Blj\CK TUP St«L. ROAD GRAVEL ADMIRAL 9 s-< u ft REFRlIi* i usit*mer Salurdav Nm »». 'V'll 
OVER A10 MILES PER UALLOX j and garden sand OR S-iaa._ FRATNiR, Reg |:rJ9 Si, i e i e i v e Ire# iank and utM'iahl 


I Lei Blow • Motarcyrie bin i —— 
7^ Douglas Ph. EV4-7IMI 7f 

LAWS^niCYCLE IN NEW CT»N 
4 n 41, «d(S gear* stand rhpfme 
' imv vmi.efAiu**. fr<«)i and .=^.4-' im 


SPORTING GOODS 


.Tr*:.: new and used gun.s 

hr«Ke« f.™' S tum BH.NO K« » »■» Wrti *69 11: 

Iw*. B7 an laiJ Brai n Unve. 3 ,, Hicrln, 11195 J‘0 BS.1 Ui 9i, 


BICYCLES; OUR SELF.(Tli)N LS ^ I-'«• Wm bEaTTV WASIIEK 

■I '1 b.,1 now non't delay-nhug PM'nP Nl u. 1-aa .la. act aut.i, it... asoa 15 T-i Cl 


1 , 1 c Stud.ii I at 'a ban now n<in't delay -ahue PM'i-p J- Sd -1 

onp Uia Uayl.aaiiy. .Small daiuatt b ilda all--. 1-Xa s-aa*"* 

Z———— KilBfilSONS 1*9 Si, l - ea Hr. 

l»n Broad Straw EV SM59 Pl 9i. ZHIO Sav Ml 50. 


■wmp MIU. 15 ga .sataca aul. J , Clt-ar 

pi i.. K-aa Si.van. puinN and nyiATTY IfttlKFK 
rhttka Id Si. l.- ea Brnunlnd aul't |« T.t Clatr 

alow -njin aj 7 VI i-.-i _.-. 22 . 


t^SBcd for CBSh or ,.4aii .|^ haauurul naw Klaclnihnnia 


tion wlien you a.sk us lo jignmcnti for «ucUon. 


* 7—Operation Mad Ball (1957 comedy), 
Lemmon, Ernie Kovacs 11. 

10:3(F Oh. My Pap* isee 2 pm I 11, 

11 Murder, My Sweet (1945 mystery), 
Powell 12. 


Jack home to help 73 ] 

you plan, measure and 

ijuoie firm price* on your _ 

Dick needs. It might be b u a 

“.any of the following: runv S’ 


BICYCLE SALE NOW ON an'.iaa . 1 .™ 

Hlcyrlai mada by Ralalsb. I apaad. ROBIN 

»M SO I Hryclaa al II] 50 aacB ,_ 

Elawrvinto BIkt Shup. 194 Julitiatm. IW "roaO Srraal 
comer Blanihard. EV b-Mll _ 


f-aficej made on con- cai’Rke model oRttA.s 'Sm i birycSi « lu ao Hcr 

nmenu for Buclion. | I ijIKir'rydaibn.rd 

731 JOHNSON ST ' cabinaia by LiallcraR | rornar Blanihard. EV 5 - tinl _ 

■ I • MaU-binf Bench ,ii,X10 I'SKD DiH’BLK I’F.liKSTAL 

lUV 0-9191 |T»i» fae aide Prbciicully orw br- 

__ . ■■ . Trad#* Amepird *- Budget Term* ^fW# Smie 14 749 Bras/w 

u - Fuliv liiiaranieed bv W’xslwarrit - ma, ■■■i , . . . .. . . 

BBBBBBBlIBn. VV(X>DWARI)JI MUSIC CENTRE NEW A.NU LbKD BICYCLES RE 
Hi MAYFAIR btir* Ru ** Ha? IIM Uweromml 

MONTH ESn .aPECIALS IN B i iT HARLEY BONO* TJUUMP* 


Ch'UjM N<iw for Xmsg 

ROBINSON’S 

mad Stn*rl EV SS429 


litklO I’HKD IKM'BLK PEDESTAL! 
desk fur sale Pradlcally Dfw br-, 


' nut! v>/i4vm« evapflons /'ar B MONTH END J^PECIALS IN H _ - - - ^ UAK nAtU.Sf »u,*UA xruumr 

11:30 Story of Mankind (1937 drama). Rnnald Foom. . gerage , car i,-si.u a.no .new icfiMTCRS h ham.moni> cuuiu) obcan sEU.- .urtukiand, anuberywa ev i- 5 *s 

neipre crarwffw Hneira alum, a u .. i.,. w,>*a, «i TaR- aiicf^iiiv uaeiL* ■ — ■ ■ - • - - -- 


Colroan -I 

4 - 11 : 35 -The Giwn Man (1956 English comwly. ‘"'^7' 
drama). Al..tairSim-2. enclo-sures of 


porta, garage doors, alum- n 
mum combination doors, “ 


4 Recommendtxl. 

i1 lUILDINa SUPPLIIS 

CUBBON LU,\IBER i 
BUILDLNG SUPPLIES 

NOW 2 LOCATIONS 
1720 Cook St. EV 6-5161 

515 Alpha St. EV 6-3288 

rANELLlNC, 

Hr!. Sa'.a 


sulation, etc. Thti Is 


.. j p.., chaalwllwd B 

all kinds. In- b suita lowiair--* b 

rfvta M mar. B rh#»t*rfieldl 39 Jg 11 

ITILS W « »er- J, t.Mtswell CYiair «nd B 


61 lUILDING SUPPLIES 

THE 

MOORE AVI IITTINGTON 
LUMBER CO. LTD. 

COLD 

WEA'rHFTV 

ITFTMS 

2" Weslroc Insulation. 


vice we are happy ter give, la Fonuiooi 115 . 10*114 an 9 * * !!!!"!>.- 
' n Bwllnar Chair II.M B 

T I-MOICD n ml]' Hainan Jula Buaa. Rl PIANOS C: 

laL .iLnCeXl ^ Oripnlal Dp*igns. Urceu, B rppuirrd. I 

For your convenience ‘com- ij ,“ 5 Fraam inM 


B Oripnlal Dp*igns. Urceu, B rppuirrd. Playn 
H H#d or Heigc. NEW. $4 3g H FrecmM. UR 9-i 
H tWI • Bfiglin JUI* B Arw-kttrvirkw 


mon' grades of lumber are b kuoi. unamai Drmgn h acoohimon fob sale va swi 


now stored out of the ^ 
weather In our big sales n 


100 ft.... $1.95' 

Ail' 1 aa'in nalnuL •" F*jberglas Roll, vyiici, , li X i-.iii. o«iMi 

praSnitfin EH •> M » 100 ft,_ 4 93 __ 

^nr'.fini.'hrt'’" H” Hand pouring Weslroc . "f.w panaw.ill pankli 

prenmiriM bp ..a , ^ „»* LtiLmlly prudui-rd rindifm 

* irn^ ^ " E1=5 Wool, per Da" - - 1 99 pra limahad dacurilHa pi 

-.LVVI E'S^tVbag‘;.‘''““‘‘‘Tl.35'^^^^^^ *'■ 

r*i 4 MH Eskay hie Clear (for 
, 1 « AIM gtorm windowsL <;arue. uxstr ipiia Muiingi 

AxTO/lYvd in*l.«*ny UM U • per sq, ft._.08'4c 

SI IS Eils Fonmaster tape. 17’_.65 .haamch ll'mbeb yaw 

.. AI> 1 Threshold. 3'0 „ 1.50 “* . wa-^' 


Wool, per Da" 


SF.W’ PANAW.ILL PANKLLIMl 
Liitmlly prudui-rd rindi>m gmAe 


pre-hfuahed dcruratixe p()W(ii>d. ^ 


SlIAWNIC^N LUMBER «,7;- 

YARDS LTD. b new 

tPEAei/a ei. A ewA I** BIoimI "bk ArtNinig 

20(K) Government SL 'h OMn rabia . 

** W*lfUit Artpipjt# 

LV2-72<)1 B Lamp Table NK' 

■ R IxlJ Axminlx'PT 

Open Til 1 p.m. Saturdays » „ 


R liLg'C' Belgian Jute Rug*, H 
H Dnmtai Detign. B 

II N4M mm h 

H 4'kf Belgian Jute Rug*, R 
n Orlenbil OeMgm. B 

H New IIM B 

n bid'I" Biege. Harding R 

B AiTiintatc Rug. R 

n NEW . . TIM H 

H Biofitl «Nik ArtNinig R 

B OXIe* TaM* _ 17 M R 


H tni ptlre new. I1.3M; ilupiily uwd.' *»*■* '■iVaaiA#>*c 

B ‘Will •ei! rraaifuible, gvSD rath. €7 STOVIS AND 6 UKNACIS 

H DwwT yjlng abpjad EVA Itil---- 

,1 very S5IAU. MASON AND RLiCH i'Vr-I rtc 

Ii.pMow lEil Rrfu to purrtiaae. |10 a ' k-xv-A-A/a 

^imniKh. fVtrher Hm*. Lid.. MNI 

R » EVI OtMA_ <>• It gt 

RipiANOfi EXPERTLY TirXKD AND p « XlnrVYWPT T 

B repaired. Player p anoa a gpecialD AICIAJW t,L*L 4 

H Freeman. UR 9-4Mn. _ ,, ,,, , . ,, 

H X^hpTon FOR SALE 5s] SBo ^ * We Sen ice' “ ' 

s 6 JA Munc 'HACHIM 737 Fort St. E\'3-4138 

2 AlSTHAUta ACCUKUIUN SILDIO - 

S. Pniai* Leaac ma 

**®pvioi« BOTHERED WITH 
B fJLL!!!? COLD FIXIORS? 


• USED GUNS • 
Bought and Sold I 

toeciai price* ua aU ammuniKoa 
to tha end uf bunting Ma»ua 
opeo a M>» ineiua-nf wrarwRuay. 

Victoria Tire Ltd. 

Utfverninaot bl Herald EV Z-glM 

HOCKEY UrfCKS FROM ILM TO 
ti.'A onc-ihird ufl. Gar Taytur 
i Sjiuna ahi» •» Fugt. 

jr-RCO BBHNSDN. UUNYMITIL 1421 
Br-Ad. EV 55011. | 

10 lOATS AND MARINI 


FKATuR, Reg t--‘9 li. i #■ ei$ e tree lank and utM'iahl 

To Clear tlC* i leaiw'r. Bairnre nf 1 year-guaninii-d 

ADMIRAL RADIO RTF.RRU. i Igfirw’n acid al verv reaannehig 

Reg Tjy Clear f.lKH pnoen All rrake* kilter Queea 

BFATTY DKYFH !<ale«. 111* ff** Slreel 

Keg limib. Tm rieer lltl ■ ■ 

MrCLARY EASY ;4 AUTO- 

MATir RANliK COME IN AND SEE CO>f« 

Rrg M9 96, Tfi*Clear . 1149 plele line <*7 We*t;ngt»i-ttae appliance*. 

BKaTTY WASHKK ^Chni'mm •m r*ur La>-*- 

Reg g96b‘IS T,i Clear I I* '*’*v p an A amall depUilt »ill 

BFLATTY IROKKK ^onnnrang 

Reg T.. Cirar llil Sir. i EV 4-741I _ 

PHILIPS PORTABLE TAPE . „..*a^,a. --f.,-.*.*• r*ii 

HEniHDEH, Reg |il4.«, * .SPECIAL SALE 

To Clear Il'Ht wove*. §«.* range*, elertric rang**** 

23 admiral tv console ‘ astnt HUiT'Tnl 

Re* 99 Tn t'K% ot 4ihenlfrfield* and (diau^ will 

19 MAHniNl TV PORTABLE. ’ '^Vr'^nAV^VmVmhiJ 

Raf E=195. Tu Clanr fl-Si SATl BD*Y_Smamba* 

II. rmm 9 i.m. in 9 p>m. 

BLrrLKR BROTIIKR.S freezer packs - CA^i^ 

A-ewv 1 .A asm... ♦'boir* beef, flUh fnwl park. fU M: 

1720 Douglas St. hV 3-6911 7V>h aide park |14 96. SS-lb. hind 

pn k. II4 95. SO-lh. piflt paik. nnld, 

' ' - ■■■ ‘jiMh. variety park, |14 IS Kie# 

• .•e^ewA^wia. A a.. rtel.veo' Av,.niea MealA 142# Doug- 

VUnDRTA'S I la* EV4 »;s. 


PHILIPS PORTABLE TAPE 
KEniHDEK, Reg |lt4.U, 

To Clear 

23 admiral tv console 
R eg taan 9S. To Clear 
19 MARCOM TV PORTABLE. 
Reg (139 », Tu Clear 


VICTORIA'S 
LARGEST AND BE.ST 
Selt^lon 

of Imported Perfume 

VICTORIA PHARMACY 
Govt, ami Broughton 
EV4 18U 


2 6JA Munc TIACHIM 

2 SlSTHEHa ACCOKUIUI SILDIO 
S. Pmaia Laaacaia 

U Aecurdiunt loaaad bginnen 
S igai WESTALL EVIom 


REDUCED PRICES 

1963 MERa^RV 
OUTBOARDS 


MUSIC LCSaoMS ON 
ALL INSTRUMENTS. 
HALL S FAUtriELD 


Lamp Table NEW S4 M H 
: A\mini*'er R 

Rug NEW 9* M H 

Lbr Yei-'fw fmtiil R 

Arbnriie Talile. Chrume H 


17 M R r,»t Stt^ FdVSMlS «»" Ec 

B ______ - , aarm i 

S4 M H PROTESSIONAL lNSTRl’CTll*N 1141M 
R Sasiphiaia 

9* M H EV2»I2 EV44MM 

R Bertiie Pm-tee Sluair Sliad: i 707 J| 


‘ —W.bs. a , J 

iSaa Paafctft'i afOeieni mi • fired 1 «niy M hfi. blarlDa 
' ttMca heaierf artih air Hrrulaiing Rieri 


FdV A 4313 I'orgel ihnaa c<4d dralU enjoy 1 «nii 90 hp. gtertne 


L-O-OK 

REF'RIGERATOR 
Take Over Payments 
$7.50 per month 

RrM I 

MAR.SIIALL-WKLIJ? 
•«-' 724 Fort EV 41( 


> • TRICKLE CHAtUiERS * 

F'fT hn*h • and 13-Vfi(t hatlenea 
. 3 yr Ouarantee. Cannol evanrhargg 

Mayhew. Rtnilt A WUIMiiia l-ld^ 
12111 Douglaa Si BM4K!f 


1 2111 bmigtaa St BM4Kif 

TRICYCLE AND WAGON. OIL 
ifinge, mi heater, wood range. «ou4 
healer, garhaga hurner. atagle bed. 
Singer Ireadle. lady'a Nkc. eierint 
, motijr. all kind* ri baby fanuiuift 
H Undry. EWMil 


aSARaNU NnCEL ICAFFOLM 
Rental* and aalea. Swing aiagea. 
l«NVi>T ami manaal. fhrm panda and 
aie<4 atartng fir e^mrrttr mnrH. 
Ai«i ladder reniala aark 4 PallF 
nin. 7«) PrirveM EV 4-Mt] 


aarm Ouun at a modarate prka ot 
1141 M 

C. TAYLER 

707 Johftson St. EV'3-3281 


n or RniiuetuiM 

H b-Pu Chnwie 
R Ktirhpfi Suite . 


PIaAY popular piano 51 LKS _ 
»>*nA raauLa Meraoiaad. Mra Tad 


*heel I3.H) 

UaHkel Weave Fern Lng. 4' height. 

M*. only . IJ4 25 

Cedar Patio Itlorhi, each . I.V 


B Rttrhen Suite. 

H Kirtie or Whita. 

W NEW #4 M 

H Extra dvrame cteir* for 
n airtve. aarli 7 M 


Walnut HiedP«jm luite. 


RiS\3/lC V-gnxna 

mahocany ...... S4 iS 

d\-\'4 Vgruova 

mahiiganv -- S'> 44 

ixSsS IS preflmihed 

mahogan.v — #3 14 

dv**'! plain apriica 
.N* 3 

4x*x'* kniMty piTM Nd. I 


Almsg Threshold, 3’0 . 3.6.*) 


aSAAMCH LUMBER YAHDS M 
soil Diwgtaa EV&-2I0 SiH 

lipen • Day* a We*ii — , h 


J iiic^i$/6V4, . o.w aARGALlS galore: 

IS 14 #4 15 Xlmag Threshold, 4’0 _ 4.951 Viriona a humeownera* 

,, , Department liore 

Mary other cold weather seeing la believing. Coma la Today. 


yiOOR TILE 

An exnepti-ffial buy 'O an evr'eiienl 
b\n Finjl fl'i-a’ Lit Ch«ii»e tmm xx 
m’irtem paitem* Apply iile directly 
l,i lurwTete ur wvid flour*. 

El> earli IS I** 

erek: 

RUMPUS ROOaM offer . 

Y *1 CAN burn It VTMnelf by u«mg' 
the filiiiwing FREE servlra* Imm 
C HU<>N ON CCX1K 

* We will meaiur* your haaement or 
atdr -day* or evenng* 

* Diicuaa ideaa and •!■«■ you the 
e u rrert materia:*. 

* Gtxe you a price eatimata of the 
malerlal you will require. 

* .stviw you hiiw to apfgy material* 

* Suppl.v let*# eattmatea If jmu drai I 
wi*h TO "do-it vourvHf '* 

* Arrange ea*>’ finanriBg. 

TABLE Ll':c;.s 

We »w$e the fU-'e*! leg*, in = 
b1«k« 5-Mr rwnn table* bu% an. 
g'lanttty mabugany. iwBinut amt p.a,n 
r.ni4he«1 from I' to 2f. 

from ra'it I#* 

STORM WINDOW.S 
KITtniFlN CABINETS 

W« .t-i| mea^ura and manufari j 
gi ff-m windoK* and vaidUei. •w-unei* . 
e In «'«> vnu. numa lodaj iur a> 

tree ee’in^ia. I 


earpnrt agml-u* mid we^'her 
Kir eedar IvlO Ranch Panel abort* 
H raat only.aar-h Sk | 

rnttPLETF: stock.s of:! 


S.*.. our nowp.it 
CHRIST.MA.S 

special: 

DLwIon Saw 10(1 Tip* 
— Apron and Pencil 
SPECIAL 995 

CIIRI.STMAS 
OUTDOOR 
CtTOUTS • 

A .1 low as 9-50 


All „ ALLIBD Aid 
Bl'ILbtRS SASH A lAVIR 
Juat one biork '«e*l of nes« 
Mavfair shoppin* d'sirirl 
4M RURNSlTtE ROAD 
Ptb<oe 192-3171 
ALL DAY SATURDAY 

'H’VIBr.R~BUILI)INr, SI PPt.TEs' 
JOtlINDAR LI’MIIKK CD LTa 
ION) (;(lLnSTREAM AVE 
OK 9-3B1. GR AlfC4 


H Vanity, Oteet. Hefir-h B; 

H Pan-1 Bed 40 M amI S9 M B 

H Ipring and Mattiaaa Lg B 

atame 3 (or S Qi HI 

H a-Pf Wicker Siate B' 

R '3 Mter and rhatr^ 19 M HI 

H t-Pr Chnime Kitchen Suita. B* 
fl l>nip-Leaf Table, B 

R Bie^e NEW » M H 

II Teak ftide Chair. Blue. R 

R Reduced to 37 M H 

H Col-mial Maple FlnlaK Runk R 
R Hcd* writ *pnnia and B 

ft Mat’reHt**. R 

H NEW Reg #12* MM H 

fi S'J" (bix S|tnngi. New. R 


H Wllllw^ EVjLim __ 

p nANO LE.NSONS GIVEN IN Y»d R 
S own home by guaiifled teaiHer Be 
Jl ginner* and advanced. GR7-l4ff7 

R n.SEST ACCORDION TUITION 
H Fraa taMa. RM-lMd 

H ■ - ■ - 

b M TV, iadio salu 
S. AND SKVICI 


i.<T njA.-» (TAnmoN c*s 
tiaue ni^ter auiunuiltf Lhrim>«ial 
• evn^ied 49'**1 RTt'a G»N fir 
•mad xuitr - l»«ne Cheap kir; 
, (-eah. EV 4-215: 

3r' GK PUSHBtTTON RANGE 
with auuimaiu timer, perfect enn- 
ditiim Slki Call EV i-SAC fpm 9-5 
dunr« week day* and IV 1-1141 al¬ 
ter 5 or weekend*. 

^~NGE AND rUUNgOE REPAIRS 
—buden and Cydoa ali buman, 
1iM«a..e d EV Aim _ 

TIMKEN OIL CONNERSION AUTOi 
mat>r umt. control*. KV >-37*5. ■ 

McTLARY RANGE GOOO~RUN- 
n.ng order IW EV 4 tOU. 


•tai-l . V9l rcQ 

1 oni) 43 hp, eteriilc 

i:art with generaiuf |U3 t |M7 

MULLINS MARINE 
.SALES LTD. 

U9 V.'.a ' EV S ua 


MAR.snALI,WKLI.S i, 

721 Fort EV 4-1021 erremmM-aily bfcted. HllUMe l^r< 

: mat >. tSif Quadra at Rlllakda. 
-: EYflia __ 

SLIMS I CfiiOl) VIOLIN. #4# GCIDC UNf* 

U'nnl wcerstPd alima in ** deei windcw, m gta-ed. 

V\ 00 1 worsiwi sums in u I.r# rhaina tl: knifing 

plain colors and miniature maihine. tU; tu* dew* At t*«. 
tartan*. Tan Jay sirptfh H cirt-mii. 

TAPE REnmnr.As Asn sup- 


Powpr by Inlercoptor 
85 to 4(» HP. 
Come in and See the 
New Interceptor* 

•• NOW •• 


diM nuitna. Dual and Suny. Tai« 
KAROLYN'S leimln- rmlAli be Aly « .w.k. 

.STYLE SHOPPE l!lmi''L’d *" nstiM _io iwi a». 
2519 Estevan BV2 9662 RRAsn'sew REn-mii'pijkYrR! 

--- 'auUimaii<. cn#i #•• 30. aeD fur #40; 

new miwle nmera. euai Ms, m’II 
PORTAHLE I fur Mn New mamafar. arU for M. 

RECORD PLAYER GR A3U1 


PORTAHLE 
RECORD PLAYER 
SALE! 

] uied neeixwoDd autofnaiir. #44 99, 
1 1 uvd y^eetwtmd 4 adecd m-Mtel. 


S GIFT SHOPPING FOR l mat>r umt. control*. KV >-37*3. 

R THE FAMILY? mktary basue nooo R 

2 n.n« erter. H" EV 4 oil. 

R Ar»r a fin Ihry rmn All UM b^flhn ...w lUM siaSUTS 

B enhiv lugeiher’ One fed chtuce i* 71 PARM IMFLKmkNia 

B a 'n* eel There are l<n* and i uf' -- 

II them In the Bay ■ warehuuM aalr* 

R area, r?ime and have a loidi' a r. .'le 


I 1 uvd M^uemd 4 aoecd in-*lel. 

Mayhew. Strutt * Williams X 


RCA Virug .ver»» m»Mr!. Heg 
t;79», n(B«. liJvM. 1 New Vtua * 
ail iranauaor KCA VkUir portable 


Interceptor Sales t Servire ::;rTr^gii : "''"I 

2312 Douglas St. 381 3922 4 


I A.S 5KW. SAVE rS-EOBEETa 
ifMO niffipteia t teren iwocd/ptay 
taiw reriueder tSE reg HM Lav •- 
way OtnaliiiAa TBipe RarvrdM 

Centre. 1171 Vamviuver St. EV 3-fl*3ll 

; M INCH rinur~wtTM Af r iS i V i u 
' itea in de luxe travH ram- a 
iifwi Reguia* BifV'k at 

Weekend Stpr< tat 49 Rnb4nKai a. 


19 30 B W>iiiingh>*M« walnut rnnaule. «tih 
1 n brand new ptriure tube H 3 ear 

U 30 R guarantee on tube. 31) day* un >khs'r 
H part* and labnr* 1* tu<( #1(10 96. 
B Nothing dnwn eaay term* 


HOWARD ROTOVATORS 
ARE TOUGH! 


rriKF DELIVF-RY 
KA<Y TI'IKM.S 
FUEK PARKING 


’ See the Waigheat haod mjdal •vaD 

In 9 3n p m Mnndav I able, iha H<^NVd Model ' bai'. 


In Saturday and until 9 'niuraday*. avaiiabla with IT’ ar 


• ln*ulatug| 

• PI jwond 

• Pi>«n«d euiHng* 


■ W«< 1* H 

• Tnlern lug* 

• (;%pn*e 

• Ikpir* 

■ Paint 


PTaYM’OOD i all holbehqld r 

r-.SiC.S '.*Xlx8 I TDOIX CARS. lO 

Per sheet . .. 2 19 ' phone for frei 

Rd FORT tT 

There Is No Suhstltute KILS HAWS ! 

for Quality AUCTIONEERS 

.Monday to Friday | Caan for FurnUhins* 

8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sole* on Consignment 

SATURDAY l^^ort_EV 4^1 

8 a m. to 12 Noon i; 

, ^ 4.^ SO. large dngaeaf table •i>d 

LOTS OI' (mir chair*. EC M; aduit'a esimmtale 

^ A rAi.ew.M Chair, majern I ildiiut c h r n m #. 

(REE PARKING lll xc Im-ety Mdid walnut buffet by 

I • iiibard' IMii), walnut twdneun 

Oft Bay Just West of rifl'"*-u;‘. 

Government Street J,'"hini-^Si, 

2614 BRIDGE 38G1331 


, 42 PUiNrruu H It 

--n H 

« ITANDARD PURNTTI RE B' 
TJrVlW ^ BARGAIN HAS»tKNT Rl 

A BiiAiAnl Bturtf VWw St B 

AUCTIONS B EV j3iu B 

Tuesday and Saturday ** " ° 

I STVDtO LOUNGE. 9U U)VELY 

>ALL ■ni.agMnij* IVRNISHINGI. '■«Ry drfwier. 135. Nurge fngl #49: 

rhratne autie, #30: wwiden ktirhen 
TOOLE CARl. BOATS. ETC te'. tin TAT Vanaty. 3005 Doug- 
lai M M*8 

PHONE FOR niEI APPRAISAL-I 

K. FORT fl EV A»> ' ! 


V I N K S 1 AE UPMULSTEHING- i 
Call EV SMU tor trea evtimataa | 
Ntindard Furniture 7ST Yatea 


HUDSON'S BAY CO. 
SERVICE BUILDING 

Om bItKii Mil of [VAitlAA a 

CLOVERDALE 

OAK NTREET ENTRANCE 

Dial 385-1311 


A TV 
OK 

STtKPJO 

»T>R CBRUTMAN! 


i^...rd player ww l nnly IJ (ran* ^rnkend »^* itoatwai a 

--- - ' elDiiir Ra.lt»>-Ph.iongraMb, 3 hand 13W Rnad. hV #-3429. 

aMKR(X’KY MARIaNE pkncilx couyRED and'hlack! 

player. •uisTatev un fl;u>bJ>.ttM nai- _ _ _^ -w*. 

n n F.aitern .'^ea Skl/f powered by tHie* Ha* AC adaidor niug '*■* Regular 2Ue, 

iW hp Crusadn Very (aii and aea-; mi< niphune ulug for u*e ■« ■m:ili •Truig 

»-ifihy. Can be pun haaed with or firr An exceut'emilv *'»e1 uni>. bMAitwi.*-wu.l.lAma anma 
.wiltUMl all new rommeri'ial trolling 114*16. new kiddie*' 4 *iwed RCA I’H IkAJgla* ^ »¥ *»»-* 

^r_EV Mir. UR suns »VMU^ pctabl,. *.•« S" . CASE' REIitSTERa' AOUtnO MA- 

.SPECIAL t LKARA.SCE ^ .Art Mi -**? 

I THOR.NT.S ALL5lltlU5l ^ATS T«- l|r JJI ^*•'1. 

II (« Tie «*• E.N I -rt « *.«•>» <1«, w« Jr- •**'^*7" 

14 Open, leg #336. m'a - EM pfi Hnw #it*96. perfect cmdllion. JO WP***- PW*0 
1 FALL SALE SPECIALS QI AIHLA APPLIANCES ABC F.LECTRIC WE ARE VAH'l M 


special CLEAKA.NCE 

widlhA Powerad by Ih. tuj«hr«',A^LM^UM^UOAT^^ , » ot? ^ W *"Ri->«rdiii"LMT MS 

X?* bJ 5/* sTranSt'TdlSlT^^dtS, oS^Snrn #>#*16. perfect cindHion. io hPWft Hb** _ _ 

Itir yoif garden ac pnaBhuUaa. FAIL SALE SPECIALS Ql AIHtA APPLIANCES ABC ELECTRIC WE ARE VACPl M 

ROAD RUNaN^H BOAT TRijLER-9 E\ idiB rieaner .pectallati. W« alack ai| 

BiTern VO oorrrmofi Reg --- «• meet ail prirea. ra*ii 

I BUTL ER B RCTTHLRa ea^clty. dW 1390 liwi -PRICE a RIGBT* «*' ‘‘^edU Rew *r r#-bu«t. F^ny 

I TRACTTOR SHOP I LMb-tb npaaiy. till fc94 #239 gumn, hand and fjwar mu*r#r* guaran te ed. #31 Fen. KV 4-01# 

' k'aatinie V Rab/ 4 rPillQl TEE NEE BOAT TRAILERS «?"*** REflifU* PfJiYER 111. TEN 

j KMting X Road GRI-IIaI eugacuy leg. tm Balt #141 cycle, #4 tmah 2 wM Mba. 

- au. i « uAWixir FITTED A^T^G machine tlfk email aiws 


CASE REtitSTERR ADUtltO MA- 
rhine* and alicwm ala. amt 

and faermduumed AnMT kBr** 
Owan a Rh-hardmn LM. «• 

Johoputi. ffkjna SV I Mk 


FALL SALE SPECIALS QUAIH^ AP 

ROAD RUN.NEH BOAT TRAILER-^ IS14 Quadra Erae* 

Reg Sale ■ - 

■(Vib. eapneiiy. dtt 1390 liw> -PRICE B RIGHT* 


iLMb-tb. cBpaciiy. lilt 


TS ABC ELECTRIC WE ARE VAH*! M 

E\ SA4i3 rleaner •pectallati. W* alack ai| 
■ ■■ mebM We meet ail pnrea. ra*li 
•• .or credit Rew ar re-b«Mt. F^ny 


IhMn. hand and fiwer, irnneer* guaranteed. 131 Fart. 


MAYHEW. STRLTT A 
WILLIAM.S LTD. 


ANGIE marine 

XD4 DougUl it. EV 4 1431 


WILLIAM.S LTD. OGTBOARo MOTOR RKPAJRE 

2312 DougU., St. 381-39221 
FORD FARM AND IN-.„. 


<i ina.ri rumiiui. m r.i.. I 51)* CBRBTMA-V FORD FARM AND IN- 

MIDE-^ED. GOOD ooNDrnoN. wr DU.STRIAL KQUIPMENT ev ] S 


UY9 riTTED TU anythibu 

Laik '-MbinBiluna rtiangad 
tenice call* anywhere 
Mew I aad Lawn Moueri 
PRICE g ElY SHOP 
S«T ran Itfdat_ EV 4^« 

BUY OP THE WEEK ’ 
TI'XEIXW 

li -ai*i RenUI TuAed<w priced at 


CREEN FLORAL WnOL ENGLfSfl 
Wilbm hall runner* in gmd madl* 
'lun line uy Ireig <4H I kmg. ciMilg 
iw Fuaed SMdBOn 

FAfT*)RY ri.EARAJtrr 
New Vacuum rieaaer* |U 9a 
nne8*Br teexH# warvanay Pnew* 


YAMAHA PIA.N03 

Grand and Boinrta 
An Minriied tn the 
Ritxal Coneervamrv nf Mu*i 0 
Rent Anoiiei If P f chaaed 


Qi kjiltk An’LUNOlS ' 

3514 Quadra Stiwi EVMC7 


FUrmfER BROf; 

XB Duuglaa Street M 


* ih Sttve* Open 4 Day* a Week 
to I 30 p m. 

CUBBO.V LUMBFTR 
BUILDLNG SUPPLIES 


GOLDBLATr TCX)L 

HEADQUARTERS • .a# Coppertiew dmerre a; 

Sea our iiticb of lonit and^EHHWi^ •T'*a 
fT ih* tHaalerer. maaon. id# aclter. * Y**^*a* *^aii 

drywall and c-mcreie iradea- it rv^^M 

Aii>' ti^unau.*pa*fl*d a* a bmdini m ee al XT J »nfian<t at. ev ■ u 
agent betweoa aid aad aad ctacret# 

•urfarea nnLl.ANn BROS. CO. 

Plaiiertast—For Intenrr and ciier- New irtd Used f'Umllure 

tor work WIU adhere la almuat any- rv i 

thing Cnmea la 11 beautiful enkr* "** ■ ' 

Come In and Indc arowd — open SPECIAL.^ 

Sa'.urdaya till 1 p m. Eenmore V electric rang*. 


b^ nrS PRAfTIC* m8CW' 

91MSHED PIA-Vt*.’ 

TT rAcmuRY RrauiLT pu.so*: 

with •nring-fUled wmierpi*«d mat- Famoui -makes — Wtlli*. B^numan. 


>U*I0 IEaYTI LTU HUll 

! RADIO AND IV REPAUtS 
£. : Raauaalua rataa. loaa acta and aaiy 

^ tarma avaiiabla an raqiiaat- 

*10349 TV aatannai matallad « rapaJiad 

_< TV RENTALl 

With ebtlon ta purcaam 
RENTS LTD. tC fMn gL 
H: , Ptm ParWing. Vlaw M Parkadi 


_ ■ ; — ^- (HI flatbead VS *>#•*% prn nriei 

T Cowjpr?”)? fyflR MAJUNE DlSTRIBtTORS trade pay *jaly #364 1# fhnatmai 

CBT'jreta Rreaiara KtnaiUm Street EV 2 jAU rw^H-di a-ne on eaie 

___ . ar Raba - Mixaiv - Atfigiwn atreej-L,^ »t#Tl04 743 FtTI «. 

Floor tendon and ^Lahor* FRAMES FOR B-FXklT INBrURD -L -.-r:- - 

AH BaM miieer. iirjude* .STEM CURBED . _ 


■V 4-*U<|iiAh-icin TKA.Ir'iM .iM 1TIU.VC;- l» WIIATIM priwfT 


7m OAlgpi lUrPUIl 

; LAST CALL 7Sn~W E!,L R‘T 

ilfd barnyard manure. >'• extra | 


1 fine tawduai and mulfST mix. 


•nring-fUlen wmterpiv»« mat- 
E"* • and #i« •#: »«»* «»»'. 
I •• e C«»ppert'me dinette #3P » 


® JtdfNSnN OITlk 
V^-m OR Ag9g anyx^me _. mn-Tir crmlra* 

il WEEK SPECIAL. WELL BOTTEf) di i ev tmty_ li» 
cme manaar*. aa Mad*. 2 yard*, oi^aiARD urpatna _ 


;<***LB BOAT YfUlI.ER. HY 
drauiic brake*. Ult-brecn. many 
eatrae GR > a*1*S 

rr CANOE COVE MARINA LTD. 

tr*| BERTRAM BOAT 

|13 Swart* R.I. GRSaSU JiidMn RC 


"Jt ssrr sSsTHoa^s-AT j 

“.“er* . IMI E.a lAAnHH 


Ph<aw M-MM f« p«kupe 


dfmm. balance miH«iiiiy. 9M-7 nie 
A ll Temp 

CHRrrSfE TABLE AND CHAfluC 
nmger r*cmbie iroen 1.1 A Bam 
Ian- SV sran 

SIDNEY W'CK FARM OR SI41J - 
Kre*ri duckling m rdw Pndav. * 
xae* Ean laanint Rd al Atrport. 


- • _ “-An.«.»W CKIB AM) MATTRESi. ELECTRO.. 

MODERN ElTCHEN cABINETS viTuum cieanet Rnck la wma* 


J S "W 5a.-..-;Sw 


maam. i^ aalter. SS? •’J.lll!' Tm 

fvie irttfiae* a*at ^ *ae* #» • 9a All t a to and 

S .i .**b«l,n. gy-”' I 


CASH A.VD CARRY 
SPECIALS 

4'xY ahoe's of apertaJty pfvw* 
«rvi hardbtwrd* •lightly damAg 


■moui-makes — wiiii*. H^numan. dm TRADE-OI (v^i-we amsvma 

J-Ji *****.«■. >«» TV l« ioo« WIIK SPICIJU.. WELL Rl 

terma Pr^ied rnmi r>'#C9- •##*» « « Admiral TV. - ^ wand*. 3 

WOODWARDS MUSIC CENTER | Mad Funiiiun and Appllaaeaa. IBl lU GR0-44T1 

MAYFAIR Ci^ ItrML EVb#4a -T. _* , ■ ' —_ 

3C-U23 .GRDRITE CQ NATURAL 

bljmr RO-iri ~ 


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made to yuur menf^^'iunr. Fraa 
eaiima'e* Budget term* 

ALLIED Bl iLDtSO KUIPLIEP 

Bta^)e*a la*h 4 Oaw L'4 


Buraaide itg E 


CV#4in V.iTe**., 


lerfUl 392-4744. 

n~ci' FT PTiiGiriAiRE PRinr;^. 

e«*M t«|» f79 EV 4 THIS 


SIT VINCENT DE, PAUL 9TIHR. 


PaT <mi.m RILLS AT 


A i'lNE SELECTION OF KEOM- RENT I 

BnLI.ANn BROS. CO. idiliiied Ant guaimniead piamw. In-1 Raw atyla W 

New artd Lied f'Umllure 'rivaling HHnixman, Nnrdheimar.' «aaA by 

a-A i’ort sir#«t Phone EV SteU. 't*"* and Rjw h. Rerd to pmetmae i Brothan Appu; 

9.1 tort Street Pt>ona e> , monifv. Fleti-her Brja . IBS Dawlaa tSm 

SPECUL.9 D>n«lM SI. EV S(D0t — 


p K&ujn- RENT PGRTaBLI W ' . , . ' ^ ‘" wyn T;—— 7^ VAN tHLE OUTiKlAHlJg Si<mev VoU CAN A9TTIRD A UKTr.ii 

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o pmetmae! Brothen Appuandaa RV MKl 1T3S - —_ . -> . :7~ OAl RAY MARINE #130 95. Buder Braiiier*. IW Dfmg- 

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— - •UC.Hr.aii., _E!ijg ,v« **»: ..e.pirier reklY F - 


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GR 0-44.1 ’rafea mw in effort at W#** Btr 

NATURAL FBB^ Manna. Wl Mead IL EV Ml 
Fraa daljvary • MERCtrRY ni’TlinAHDg 


RV MKl 1T3S 


. , _ . te'.ufdaya till 1 p m. Eenmore V electric rans*. ~ , i 

5 v» Dm', ot Itwriiut, lik. new sn IT COST* YOU SO Jimuc TO l5»S ! UIED IT-W ■ I . .— — - - 

t-irt h»r.ll..jrd« .ll^Uy ISLAND BUILDING 5 pi,m wnlnut bnlromn Hit* . »C 90 •*- _ «i» »p|.i«n« ni»- KMoBlIlluned wlUI 0 mmaftT »«T-' TJACTOPa 

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* " '5 !J- e t', V SLTPLY COMPANY LTD. «,« nun»* . M’ si ?•»> "S • H,mny»«l Orc«a B SanlM CaRin. BU •-ar* »-•«. -r C» _ 

io'* r sL?.?rt ‘pit .. «<5 1:5 O-^r,. R-i E„l 5*9 9171 «•'"'<> ‘"n •'"a *"b Mv»r fwliv- 1 EVM«_C ETARCE l*™ YEARlROIWAT 

:• tended Plv . IJ Opp BC. Hydro Bua Dtpol , Jil S WANTED TO BUY A HKINTEMAN. ■ EXCELLENT Gl>T SUGGtSiTlON' “W *1* 

2 \v xl 4 .tended Pv li *9 Nrw b^ptece rhrnme iuHe fS7 30 >’ordheimer or Maamt and Riach Admimi taMe radio. 114.94 L 4 fmted G* W131 EV A.iBA 

1 \\T’ arriving hii ft . IT ■ --P«Ao W.. pay rash Fletchar Braa awMintw Halier'* 1730 immtai Sc taae-^wi uarTitVArE 

1 x« .Shelving tm ft. AHPHAI.T SHINGUFJ CLEANING W '>*Hgtea . EV MM9 lEV^! i ee lew m^ATE 

1 »«e fill ineuJaiion. coxer* 2« fl Clearance Pr-erd 9-p‘ece efteiterf ei'i cleaned. #► -■-> ■■ - . » ' . . ■ ■ , 

per I! 19 3 ’ 3 te paiife; blue bull. tr lined. Ip >our -.wn hume tren WANTED A FLITE IN GaXX) ANTENNA NO-3H>I Pt.US 3 WIALI.- 

2 ► it'i'r*:** ;n«u:a'l'm ton f It Vi tujuere T 50 #:7 AM *\>ni guaranteed We alae newkluet EV 4-19S5 rr •ntnmae pancke** a;' 

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r.wefx m *0 ft >* ^ *,aere |7 30 U «• Serv e*. EV #5SB. JKS.; bC-On 

I*..,-, .b-nn^ 100 „ TL . .9« : ^ -f«TxiSA-n R.vmrR-i- 'wi>eua~Sd~^nna— lii^Er 

LA.NGfX)RD I^u ca AC-4, °_]*A*.S^,* A™r''L!2*iT“9£-*”• 

Bl'ILDING SUPPLY ~ n™ >• “*“ *» i prompt ATTEiinoa oh tour 

's J PEDEN LTD 5 Q 5 QUESNKL, _I_ (mRI ZTJi _j*#me# caU. TWetmi TV. 231 Mm- 

WO GoliUtrPsm Av». str eet, evsiim and ev 3 - 4 ml' Bumsa upholitery shop dh-bass accordion. | um Sttaat Ev mm#. _ 

PhOHB GR81T24 sand and QRaTKI. road ia? - ev 3-1071 - TV iN TEWnaX. MASn AND AC 

gravel and flay fllL OK Truddag give free #at;ma'M Slipcoxera our PSANO TL'NING. PiWTRl’MENT eaenwie* Mr te 4 paiwaaaafa 
— Cj 740 T paa. tV bliflA spec.a!.’y EVbTHl rerwu* Reg Read. EV;-«7. S-m-a Ifc^p. Itl# IXaifiaa. 


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ekuhea Bread ISr •b»e* IfF 5)3 PRESi HIPHON iPECUUm 

You CAN AfTORD A DRYER !eV 1-7104 _ 


OAK RAY MARINE 
EVINRUDC and OWENS DaaJer 1 
|U37 Bmek Drl*a CV MB# 

' YACHT~IUin«iM 

<- TAN ISLE MARJNA 
Steve Dtrkjnaon CRS-lUS' B teey 


tifi" K'iLr"”’ ^ Tu :L.:X aimii 


■via SAMT -kgi-pnKER RCFLEC-I GEM PClTATOBi 

w w:(h^P- .no I lop j n. 1 ^ c, panB.^ 

aetet MvMt aetl Aaktng pCee #7o Kwunaaop Hoad_ 


C fTARCI (4-™ Y«^> ROIWAT 


EV4T974 __ 

BEATTY DRYER #149 95 


r»arv md^r filed fnr fMblng and 41 Bea**y Pari* De^-* 


ak.tng GR9-1ft»t 


. (PAIR OF GLAM DOORR. 1# LIGHT 

#f. 4 .M*9 w IIS IW* • ang 

ii^figMTt f5ike« #13 eatA. EV 4-aSE 


Brnbera ITT) Ib<us)a* St 


jr^ PAIR ')*■ T^T SPRUt* oars: ' ^ 


’VP Uf DiXbffjNU ENGAGEMENT RLNa 
_wTjrlh lioa Sell Ite 9^im 


A FLUTE IN GOOD ANTENNA NO 3PB P1.CS 1 J 
V 4-19SS rr •ntfvne pancke** «*w 


tge- rMariag GR 9 3 


DON S TRACTOR SERSfICE .PLOW ( W.STxia* buat buiul/kk •— ... > . t.. «.* 

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I : «v’a old cost #10 30 Sirtl 

_ 

'custom Boat BinUJER 


LIONEL TRAIN SET 90*’T\\ ^ NETTED GC3I 

fumv *y** 12 14 Wn • *p»>*^* jaraet. ^ 4 *, ^ ^1 raim GR #-I7#S 
«ua lA like new iTMhM i"";:.- ^ ^ ^ — 


narmeta aa nr- What ^rm 


MICRO-ORGAN. 40 BAS.9. MOW-, 

lai r* and knee* well. #1J0. M4-I30I). _ 


COOPERS TRACT!iR-ROTtA'^E. m tAJ^H.'T 4AHP MERCURY 
tAfm te%e; c]e«ran«B EVSWd ' .wribfwrd GR4 BT5 , 


LANGroRD 
Bl’ILDING SUPPLY 
MO GoldBtrfxm Avr 
Phon# GR81T24 


1 1 J 1 tn line red We^.e-k to U m "•Nj* • gud adectlon -e TUmi-, 

Mr.aivri eefw-**. Twn 

^ ^ ”15.- *r-wt9.rfT,6 #1 lost Pandxa «bear 


Taala mm4 Suppliaa 


„ ----- NCHflOl. DENIS, VERY .NICE mN- 

TAILORS singer P^MER iRW gtbnn. 13 ;4K2 HilMda. Schoal )mira 


#4 BAM ACCORDION, C3S 
GR7-2;?73 


] Ataun Ava . phow EV SdSSK. _ _____ _ 

^ PROMPT ATTEimOR OB YOUR GARDEN M A fjl I N I 
laemea caU. TWetmi TV. 231 Mm- AttachtneWA #S#dSfn 

l “" ***-*• ^ 

TV aNTESaAB. KANTI AND AC 

"iawrai Mr 4 d 4 j igaiMirA A L CLEAN. PEAT SOIL. I 
S'ii''a iih^p. Itl# Du^aa. dHl$red EN’3 4*04 


TOP CASH PRICES PAID 
be a'aodMf nr taban timber, tel 
way tew MlUi GR #-2g&. 


» . _ . . . eiti way saw wjui uh v-wm- 

Tbp Mi. ftbckt ••i ril -L ——^ --- 

^_WaNTSD OR ■ A L I A M 

A L CLEAN. PEAT SOIL. #3 » YD. atandtng ar fei.ed oniba' Pvn 
dHhe-ed E\’3 4BK Broa. GR M23I m GR #-■■ 


ling machine. B-K-Ll EV 4-9SM 
nilLOlf run COAT r/X>D CONDI 
' »km, u-m #y EV 4-«5b4 _ 1 

1 TWIN NTRCJLLER. If# j 

I_ tV3-Z340 _ 

‘displays PirPiRIAL ART 
wurk by a trained artiit. EV 4 3VJl. 


DRESSED DOLLS FOR CHRIST* 
ma* ReaaoewMc EV SaiSd 

PORTABLE Aim>hlATir BRGRQ 
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FOI SALi 


WOODWARD'S 

USED 

FURNTa’RE 
AND APPUANCES 
SHOWROOMS 
T79 PANDORA AVE. 
386-3323 Local 219 

GREY CLP 
TV 

CLEARANCE SALE 


12 MISCIILANCOUS ! 

FOI ULI j 

X X X X X X X X X X X. 

X X 

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X Now: X' 

X X 

X WIXXIAMS X 

X OILO-MATIC X 

X HEATING X 

X X 

'X- • l<lay service X 

I X • Easiest tmtis In X 

‘X town X 

X • lOG down X 

X • 5 years to pay X 

X' 3'rc interest X; 

X X 

X Kitchen and Bathroom X 


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mR Of PlIEM WITH JAWS THAT 
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63 PONTIAC Laoreniian 
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MISCILLANCOUS 

WANTID 


CARS FOR SALI 


3V R MENZIES N ORIGINAL PAINTINGiJ il.WVlAVr ^ 

book. 149 W. $1.9.88 and X 4 CX). X ii, r«>«ai>e<i anuM an ID. Mini DAVID MOTORS -v. E » 

»*9«« X 911 Port S. EV 31112 X T^,r*d«V» Ui^hli^hlS S 

Every let reconditioned and vvyvvyvyvvv casbt j a j 

Woodwart guaranteed - JLl -2 ' 8 P m. A-Umment l«*. at the current n.-.ue .. me j 

«0^y exchange or rotund FAWCETIT OIL RANGK ““^1^ tul^tr'^L.' l^w^ "®9‘'soundlnK, look, at the world o, do.pnm*, and m, ^ 

P"''*''**- - mhu«niUL ma - ateerlng. brake* . $795 method, by which man communic.les with tVm- cm; j 


^ ORIGINAL PAINTINGiJ 

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V itctmtil for tiur Qtxt An Aocuua. 

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Radio Report 


•IFiEP Fwidiecl di-i\e 
Only 9.nfO miles S1T9')! 


OIMPARE 

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100 CARS I OR SALI WRIT!.' 3't>l R 0\\ N 

- - 0.3 ACSDIAN Cae.'O .-e.u DEAL 

$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ radio, automalic, „ 

S $ white_.....U-.9r, RI'”\’'ONAI.t,E 

s IN $ RciiuM’d ’:; 

S VIITYIPIV ’ 62 VALXHAIX .M.p.1 V.. EX.MMPLKSfn 

S \ICTC)RIA $ Si'dam. radio. 0\or Hhj 

S ENSIGN MOrORS $ ...*’*^*'’ * * * 

$ $ ^ 63 MERCl RY 

^ For 5 f^yRV’AIR Mo^i/a liArn titrrrji 4 D 1 At<toi 

s s lop. radio. 4-.Hpee.l floor i 

$ a ahift. bucket seats, blue brakn. pcMft 

s C P V. i, and white-$2195 i" 


Thairsdnys Uif^hli^hls * 

' R pm. AaelRTimeiil lonkt at the current niosie s. cne j 

S ’ Se- -cnu. $ 


privilege. 


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IniMulr Umtr. ov«n <fc«ir -IMbumUL^OION Keenng, DraKCT . a<y;) meinonA oy wnirn m«n rtF.iiii.u.iii«.«ra 

■■ l3Si u iMaf ■■ vuiv M eaiu tu^ c»fli 10:30—Armed KorcRi ShcMTase, a vani 

R C A., Phibpa, Admiral | rasn oil ranoes am "rm ^ .SMCKiSi. 52 CONSUL Sedan In good 

Easy credit terms rVn*c” "pncfd'ironi siTai ic Tyw ra _ av lasa running order-$195 Thursday's iVeir 

1 »KI THE NEW eSRH ADVABCED OB BUT OLT 

AArlv for hpst C*^rEMAN fll^tSKLINBD RIGHT — KLRNISHIs'^trfs^ CARS. SL VANGUARD, 4^ryiinfler ^ -y. Nmvs from l.iOndon 

2»A0p sariy lor dcsi ! electric hot water heater iPPtiAHCis MAYRsaha. m ^oonnmv 1195 ® ^ a.m.-HHU isawi irom 

Selection m-un. _economy- #aw p.m.—CBC National News—CB 

Iko, . nvrf. 1 . is,«r GOOD BMEs aubaw BoluBi 5 ^ RENAULT Dauphlne 4- (Most stations carry news brnartcas 

LAUNDRY EXiUlPMENT jj \RKNETT Appliamea MS iJ^ *°° ev s ua Door Sedan.$ 895 'either on the hour or on the hall-hour. 1 

Ftsdo 2i»3 Go^. St. EV 42169 *• 62 (CONSUL Sed. bUck. red/ 

Bi»w A... w«ihfr Mi 00. Victoria s We.tingtiouae Canadian abd A>n:aicA.N leather upholstery $1595 

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w*«tjnx7touM adrirriAcc -__ ■ — oufhly in*^pect6d -SI-SSj 

».C 1 . w.hrV'"'"! PREX^RISTMAS | MERCURY MARINE jg Sedan Delivery, 

bAi-b. tsmtm s*« »:ff pwiwrH by purpose 

HrClan Cmv uttomiile rtn« woni wortl#d auIU in Um 1«l«t 3M hp CnuAd#r. Vtry ImI and e* r r 

watmr !;»M («)( luliy (Aihlenad ter Iha leawurttay. Sw»p pro»i or UIUl---#190 

ll<3iik th«i flatten. All «»$• luxury purch*** ttelh or without all 

- 1 , 1 ^ . I . , - , 1 I l»hr!'-« In yoar cbotca ol 3 ar 1- tnmfnMxiaJ troillnf f«ar. BV i-wa, tv^tv^P o TN^Ar HarHt/>n 

EL.BCTRIC RANGES ‘hutton ■$>]«; xii luprrtiiy taiiorod., t%«ninci CRautts. uuiXjb 2 uoor Haraiop, 

' C'boFM* (nxn a hantvom* - -- pUSh^Utton automatic, 

WiM Klittnil ^F ci.^ .11 u-,... usawwa iBV ■fVATK fYR AVY ^ _ 


10;30—Armed Korcei Showcase, a variety show—CIIU. j 

Thursday's iVeir* $ 

9.on a.m.—BBC Newt from London—CBU. 

7:00 p.m.—CBC National News—CBU. j 

(Most itatlons carry news brnadcasta every hour, j 
ler on the hour or on the half-hour. 1 . 

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VKTOP.IA 
ENSIGN MOrORS 


' No RKA.-sONAHt.E Oflcr 

RcIlUM-d ’ : I 

...pi i V.. EXA.MI’LES from 
lo, Over 1(10 C'ais 


green_$16515 


C P V. 

CTIRYSLKR 

Pl.YMOUTH 

VALIANT 


k1 otrrry 4 Di Man } > • • 
blui' an<i Mini/ AutD;. lie 
t.a -i4w%w« piwei blit-' i. 
pfiRtM* briiivr*. pcMrr rrai h n. 
d.M uhllrwaUs rlux'me H^<-e| 
Aiase. ona owiwi 

YOUR OFFER 


Headquartera 

PREXHRISTMAS 

SALE! 


I cdM Evs-oaa _ 

'id SWAPS 

I MERCURY MARINE 

'm-B EiW.ni Si. aa:« pownnl b. 


leather upholstery $1595 ,'»* 

60 CORVAIR Sedan. Thor- 

oughly inspected .$1595 _____ 


cBoa (isa 
Tlctarl. 


craa <ait> 

TtiMrI. 


CM .aa« (B»w .Ma. $ USED CAR TRADES 

faa — wef • W*«iaiM*eri ^ 


$ (a ENVOY SMan, 63 MERCURY 

$ VrllOW -$1595 < 'mrt Mailwi ni* -ni 

jx M - — m.AH-i ru-siuin PH raA . i •( 

9 r.K . lu iin* lud anti e, 

% ... , whi'iui.li .-lu -nif wtu-«i .tiw^ 

.)9 Bl^*ayfie S<* 8 l.in. one uwrwr. tirlx ruoii miit‘B 

* brown _$1495 YOUR OFFER 

* 63 Valiant 


aai CJOB laaai Kiao diw axa inei aowo ,ieaatT$ 


$ 52 THAME.S 


56 FORD Sedan Delivery,'lOO 

good dual purpose .- 

unit_$795 


CARS FOR SALI 


M” KHvInator autamaue tlia n) 

ae* Gwvwy |.>4Kn 

S4 WMtlrurtVHiM 

4D‘ FnciAair* autnniatlr |7* M 

ei ’ Wrn(!n(hnuaa aut.ima(ie (>>') 46 

«D ' MnAat SM M 


tuani nf rolon. Slxee for au. Wear Via KCRatlTUlW. EUATb OR ANY 
414 ^ lineal ler anlj iniat al avlat M«ap(M m trMa 

ri „ I $19 50 1 TwTL. •»# umTv j -MU. 

„ rXTBA PANTS FREE ' SWAP 91 At’STIB ABTI CASH ''OS 

^ Vour Cbrt.lmu Prit.nt fraia ...mI Bimto 10 *. EV b-TMT (i tc 


LARGE.ST SELECTION 
OF USED REBUILT 
RE(X)NDmO.NED 
PIA.NOS 


LES PALMER model EneEL coR-SAia 

'711 View .St EV 2 2825 1 * Aatom.ii'- 4rt»f wM"* s-sap 

1 Park frii VH.W St. Pvkadi lor lot. EV MPt_ 


Continental Carpets 


PIANOS H«. . ioaiMhina new l> n»l*- '4 SPEED kauiiuj ri-Ai.n 

riA-NOa v»i.nna REVEa«BLE|C«iv«n.ltoii r«aio. EV b»lJ 

Expert consultant In at MISCILLANIOUS TO 

tendance. Lowe, y Organ ■ bjjra w, rj.,*;, ,IHT 

draion&trcitor. jjreatly ihApn Chrtalxnaa d^vary luar- r<-iB nr NT LARGB GRCG 
reduced laniaed. Order ytMira ■«•. I k.wm MMMiM elMuit acn 


___ns- pu«h4>utton vutomRtic. 

^£2 custom rndlo-|BB6 

TwTLc •»# IML fvbMU- 

SWAP M APSTTB ABTI CASH ^'OR 59 VAUXHALL Velox 6 - 
p»i Hucco sA. EVbtjr It to cylinder t-door Sedan. 
“ '_- One owner, lOw 

UM TOP MODEL EneEL COR-SAIB tMQI 

AMtonwiK- 4rt»f wMdo-i Swap mileage.*ii»p 

lor lot. EVMUi _ 

im4 tdi iBTERBATtoBAL BULL 62 BUICK Invlcta Convept- 
*wr ulS inwbia Ti.at (or wrr ible. Automatic ttans.. 
Mir pt.~ Enr or Iwn. EV bUE Steering and 

4SPBEn RECORD PLAYER TO* brakes DOwer ! 

romwnaiten radio. EV |.»IJ Ol dJ<es, power 

- -windows.$4195 


$ 

IM CAR* FOR SAU J 

P P P P P P~P P P~P * 
P P * 

P * Best Car* P S 

P * Best Deal P S 

P • Best Specials 1’ * 


$ ‘a-Ton Panel 

S Full Price $125. 

p S No Drm'n Payment 

J. $ $8 PER MTH. 

P s 

P S 50 AUSTIN A 40 
p S Full Price $195. 


1 59 DtiDGE Royal 4 D.H>r A'i;r.;ir'*(r.‘m::.,..? 

^ Hardtop. Automatic, b.t 'd -cyi. nwvx pu^er t 

PwbaarM*. atMt'.ntf rmdio, buiiluH are* 

J radio, pow#r sta#rin^, wti.tpwaiii rtirvtmt wheri du. & 

• power brake.s, power owner, omy s.ww mukt*. 

• ' windows, tutone YOUR OFtER 

• grven _$1805 VOLVO 

123 ADr SrdML Grey hi r< !•«. 
$ mi leaihrretie Inirritir. bu, ke| 

$ VAUXHALL D* 0 ".',:^ 

S Luxe, green_$995 uwy i-vii bhim 

5 YOUR OFKKR 


mi leaihrr«ti« Inirritir. bu, KM 
•4-ata. 4 aprad flour aluft Wi.il» 
Malta, arai brila. am own*, 
oviy 4.001 BiilM 

YOUR OFFER 


P $ No Drrwn PnATnent S eo OtJlSMOBIIj: 4 Door 163 STUDEBAKER 


VACUUM CLBJLNERS 
Tank Typ* 

1 L*wyt -.. 

1 Kilur QuMB _ 

1 PiTiidaid . .a... 

1 Vairtc 

1 SunbMun. fl<Kir mmpld . 
t Eurvka fl>«T Mincda .. .. 


tUNTlNE-NTAL 
IIOMI*’ ^irPPI Y 

I a^i ___ t"' K’n**.”*”™ 58 PLYMOUTH V-8 4-Door . . . 

...I lhU‘*ET$24®i ir:^rA«Tu^ rc“uu^." JXh-- ^• 

Wtti -- THE DCXMY WASH" out . $1295 THE HOME OF 

|:^"l ACCESSORIES Pooaiw an A1 USED CARS I 

JJ* Leather, patent and soft g^L'Sl'aSl.^SS?"'EVbS 64 TRIUMPH Herald. Only 

plastic handbags. Glove*. I - ..j 600 mile*. Grey, red go BUICK Le Sabre 4 Door 

scarves, costume Jewelry, | m_i , b» s, Mt aansyi riaa leather upholstery $1795 Sedan, autcanatlc. Power I 
i handkerchiefs, flower*. ateerliw and brake* ra-' 

I KAROLYN S ev b»at ._Ei^- 53 meTEOR Customlln* "• 

S;," STYLE SHOPPE £,S"i£tt 1ES™w“ Sedan. Automatic Olaon A1 Buy $2499 

M- 2519 E^tevan EV 2-9662 , 51 - tran. .$495 A 1 B"^ " «« 


vary luar- LARCsE GREEN 

h>aM cuvaring about acraa. 

Chaap rML XVl^JIbl. 

>I Y TYPCWRnEJU FOft RENT. ETU 

dm! rataa avallabla. Uudanvuod 
CR L:d EV 


57 METEOR Rldeau 500 
2-Door Hardtop. Auto¬ 
matic tram, V-S, custom 
radio .$1395 


OLSONS 
VICTORIA’S 
EXCLUSIVE 
FORD DEALER! 

a a a 

The Easiest PIsl-o 
I n Town to Bay 
a Car!" 


P At PLlMLEY P * 5*3 PER MTH. S Hardtop, automatic, 

IP RAMBLER AUSTIN P • * radio, power brakes. 

-p p S j 2 THAME.S Panel $ brown_$2395 

P 2 ONLY P * 7'uU Price $1,3,5. $ 

P 1963 RAMBLE R.S, P* N® Down Payment $ vronttkyaC Sedan 

P b.and new. 6<ylinder. P * $9 PER MTH $ 60 I RONTENAC S.dan 

P both automatic. Your P * * 

P chance to own a brand P * 55 VOLKSWACjEN $ 


P new car. 


HTl AND lUPPLHS 


AOCESSORIES 


REFRIGERA-TORS 

, Coalerklor fra.a.|afi. • m B. 
1 MeCtarr. I nt. B, taeh 
1 rnsMlairt I cti ft . . — 


Huge Discounts 
TMp Pnte for 
Your Trade 

WE NEED 
USED CARS 


p S 9 Pass. Bus $ 

p $ Full Price $>95. $ 

p S No Down Payment $ 

p $ $27 PER MTH. $ 

P s 

P $ 58 AUSTIN 

p $ Cambridge A 55 

p $ Full price $89.5. 

p $ $19 PER MTH. 


ZZ' style 

paM 2519 Estevan 


snuY ofBA LAODKRa jacks.Iura dob xebbkls kegi 8.|55 MONARCH 2-Door, 


P 62 COMET 4 Door .Se- P * *39 PER MTH. $ bij,_$; 

ThTP HOME OF P dan. custom model, P * * 

AtlKt^CA^S! radio, heater, Merc P S 59 RENAULT » 61 BUICK Le Sabr* 2 E 

A 1 USED CARS I p o-5Utic. new P* Dauphine. Custom $ 

60 BUICK Le Sabre 4Door ^ condition —$2395 P * jggj Radio. Power iteeri 

P « t^JEV- * Se-pS No Down Payment I f°*« »^*''**- - 

iteerln* and brakes, ra- p 6cyllndcr. P » *39 PER M^nL $ -* 

77,°' . . T. ao.on P automatic $2395 p S *' _ 

Olaon A1 Buy $2499 p p j j 58 METEOR 2 Door Se 

62 ACADIAN 4 Door Sed. P 62 MORRIS Cooper, P $ PAYMENTS INCLUDE $, Tu-tone. brown and 


radio $ 

FuU price $895. $ 

No Down Payment $ 
$39 PER M-nt $ 


* Hardtop, automatic. 

* ni(ho, power brakes. ■uinm»iic iramBiiuiAxi. pn5L-r 

« . tfKsoA- Blrpnin, diar hriK^i, ruDfciV 

Drown --I> H. raclUi, burkrl. wait wfit^ 

$ walls, < hrrunc wh^rl disci Hal- 

^ ancT of fartiiry warranty. sihAW 

; 60 FRONTENAC Sedan. r,..u -l n 

i black_$1395 YOUR Oll-ER 

* 63 MERCEDES BENZ 

* *ZN 8 ' 4-Dr Sadan Charrs«| 

S 55 BUICK Special Sedan, » i-dor wim xiaicbint 

. - ^ humor. Hurhri arats <*ti« 

$ aufomaUC, radio, imwe only loeo nulaa 'I na . 

t! ereen __ _ $995 ujumata in luvuiy. 

J * — YOUR OFEER 

5 R9 RrTinc Ta® ^abrv 4 Door STUDEBAKER 
63 BUICK Le sanre 4 uoor j ^ ^ 

^ Hard Top- Automatic. rotor «nb manhina Intriior. 

» Radio. Power ateering. 

* Power brakes. muj u.(iui miin. 

$ Blue_$3793 YOUR OFEER 

* .61 RAMBLER 

5 61 BUICK Le Sabr* 2 Door irTT fluiSi" .("V.’5 

I| Hard Top, Automatic «“»“ “«• 71' 

'* D.H(n Onteer ale—r(no 1UI.« US f CIS 


$ 55 BUICK Special Sedan. 

$ automatic, radio, 

$1 green_$995 


Hard Top. Automatic. 
Radio. Power ateering. 
Power brakes. 

Blue_$3793 


61 BUKCK Le Sabr* 2 Door ovrn, rf8-liniM iraia cin« 

I Hard Top, Automatic «“»“ “«• 71' 

Radio. Power steering. _ lui.tt urrcK 

I Power brakes. :61 MERCEDES-BEINZ 

Tvnrv 829S5 ““ *''''■ *"■ 

ivory -- oaiBu r«,iik ami ia.i and ( 111 . 

I In (puahiun. One uwurr. ln%o> 

5 ____ OJJlfRg* iwit 

s 58 METEOR 2 Door Sedan YOUR OFFER 


■ OBLY BKW CHESTEariXLD eNl.r.. dr'D rJmha. liniUwi. handiiara* laarit of Iba Uarman »h«b 


■I (Tu Fiona .sAsu’uaa 
ralCED TD CLEAR 


WCXIDWARD'S 
SERVLNG B.C. 
SINCE 1892 


ELECTROHO.ME 

SPRINGAIRE 

Air Circulator Filtar 


.Mndrrfl Bral aawt. rtni«d «r anid. .herd. Pupi: hotardiAf; itud. Pbcnf wmiv nd-v«D»w 

BiniA ’nlB .Moore p«ln; our GR And green_$795 

C'nipitte rmni# d WAJlpupor - ■ »■ ^ 

Klrhenl lool*. MICHAEL WILLIAMg •OAHDING 

In fun ■II thinn pnlainini Id ttw «nd Triinlni Imacii. ftt Itay Hitk .60 TRIUMPH Herald 

dec<ir«tini ioduciry lu fiurk. way. Labradur pupa. 174 UU o 

Z'iiriM EVs'/tu"” n,J£Sri»Iriw"*cTb 2 iir “* 59 jaguar 3.4^Sal00R^_| 

luoia ft roll r iianiiAi JOYijiBD aoAB«BO~EEBBiii Gleaming red $2395, 


auto tranc, tu-ton* beige 
•nd green_$795 


S'!* Tax and 
Registration 
NO MONTHLY 
PAYMENTS 
TiU Jan. 15. 1964 


white_$1195' 


Popular 6 -cyl. model. P «» new-$1595 P$ 5'S. Tax and $, white. 

radio, only 8.000 miles. P P * i _ 

OLstm A-l Buy $2399,P 60 VAUXHALL Victor P * NO MONTHLY $ 57 METEOR V 8 S 

|P Wagon-$1395 P * PAYMENTS $, Automatic. Radii 

57 PONTIAC 2 Door, 6 ^'yl i P p$ TIU Jan. 15. 1964 $ and white 

Olaon A-l Buy $999'p 39 ra.MBLER Sedan. P $ * 

60 VAUXHALL Velox Se-,p “* .P $ 52 PONTIAC S Sedan 

dan. 6 <yL. exceptionally L ^ , P $ Full price $145. S 

A . - P ateal _ _$695 P $ No Down Pavment $'38 AUSTIN 5!ed«i, 

Olson A-l Buy... $1399, p p $10 PER MTH. $, Sreen. 


61 PONTIAC 

3 Dr I’afnlly Vdaa. fol . 
nMllr iranafniitaiua. biu« in 
wllb uulrbing iMlrilur. A 
««ry hard-lo find ni 44 rl. 

YOUR OFFER 


____ _ — - -_ rieamiiur red joias' 60 VAUXHALL VeloX Se-, p 

loo ft rou r iisroxiA. "7:!** dan. 6 -cyL, exceptionally ^ 

lniiilsl(.in .. was Umi(* 1: WSIvIduaJ isei; (*,§•' «... , P 

JM B-jul Ounv fli . 4 SC !»(«■* siisFcii* Oei *. ti 4 -i i(iL ,62 CHEV Bel Air, auto clean. Ip 

"H! otrapPELLE ~CATTXRY siA tram., power steer- Okon A-l Buy ... $1399 p 

A..:*" .w*-N Asu and klttana Cal Liwrd- eoftCPt « 

«( Sui ^. ..CM — oanai _ .62 CHEVROLETT Sedan, P 

r' c«i»anuied biryiiiw. iiii B ulac 11 iR SAUE BsscBTERBn MALE 57 METE30R Niieara 4- finlihed tat lovely metal- P 

ri»*. EVS-Mll EVMMl mmlalwr Baaala. 1 nan aid. Idaal *”*-**^7 p 

a. J Padm Lid. 211 x 1 qucanai ft i« tiASMi Door, radio, good ..$895 lie green. Another ^ 


dan. 6 <yL. exceptionally p 59 , p , p„„ p, 

A A - eianA p ftPal _ _$695 P $ No Dov 

Olaon A-l Buy ... $1399 p p $.. $10 PEI 

l62 CHEVROLETT Sedan, P 58 DODGE Sedan. P $ 

finlihed tat lovely metal- P healer, aulomatic. P I 52 BUICK 


* 57 METEOR V 8 Sedan. 

S, Automatic. Radio. Greenl YOUR OFFER 

» and white.$1095 56 PONTIAC 

g 4 Dr Statitxi Waffon 4 fvl, 

^ I mantuU ituA. Cuaiura radio. i»nn 

J. .54 AU.'TTI.N Sedan ..-$395| yoUR OFFER 

* 56 METTEXIR 


lie green. Another P 6 -cyl., only ..$1195 P I 
Olaon A-l Buy ... $2299 P P* 

P 57 DODGE Station P$ 
CHEIVROLET 4 - Door i p Wagon, radio and P S 


dvrirtarrM iiiin*ir» (Md «• s. J PrdMi Lid. 2103 qu Miwi tt pM tiASMi Door, radlo, good ..$895 lie green. Another ^ b-cyi., only p » 

SO.BY ABO DUAL TApTRECORtV THE OBLY LOVt THAT MONEY bz-ij a r- u —■ OlsOn A-l Buy ... $2299|P 5 

!i!«7odor-lK» "r Vl*^ y«r er. 4 -ir«k lUrei. rodurrd. OMy can Miy-J roiiamd lynniar pupa- 54 MONARCH 2-Dr, Hard- ;p 57 DODGE Station P $ 

mind . . . aowimk-iiip *"4 »«i_ ^4 ■;> J" km Md M" Mtk- c« Fit *_ t„p_ mto tram, power 61 CHEIVROLET 4-Doorip Wagon, radio and P* 

2r2i;, t»'^^r,a‘^(d‘A.',!JKI K*Nm'T*?S* ateering_1665 .station Wagon. autotna-;p heater, •utomalio. P$ 

ir7*naniei‘^«i« It a J42 ro« siiroi »By„ai I ;g_iai._iii.».^ .iA - CR • tlc. metallic bfonze. p onlv $l2q« p 1 

« MERCEDESR^Z 220S very clean. P -P $ 

ft?.? .7'?L7roJSA '.I? y« 'him 1 “«» Olson A-l Buy .. $2599 p $7 STUDEBAKER V 8 P $ 

or ■cgrav'iic ■llrriyri. rte Ph(»«; Sy?‘nf 1 **W 4 IbdUidniil PT—lka. qh b-U tt ____ IHlIe* --$48yr) .p OVfTdnvc*. PS 

CTiR®SiiAS ‘^"'*’i58 EDSEL Sedan, auto QUALITY SMALL OARS P As is at-$^ P $ 

ET (liw niiw. -tula Iha l»l« (loo ■ dl _ - _ ^ tmn. micinan l-«hln ' P P* 


Station Wagon, automa-i p 
tic, metallic bronze. p 

Very clean. p 


heater, automalic. P $ 

only _$1295 P $ 53 STUDEBAKER 


Olson A-l Buy .. $2599 p 57 STUDEBAKER V 8 P $ 
- P Sedan, overdrive. P $ 


hurt. 03lii drtprntt eov«r« hr«i. 


ttw ■tlMtioo m at 


- - ^ , . . ... BDXER PUP^ WGinXRED. |B0. 

mirMTi. wiNh-wi and crjMal. AVX.MT DMSft MOP EVIK74I. POW«T Hteeiing -- $1595 

CWI.Y MSN. rind out m,« from n,|, n., .(M-oiW^_! k-re BRED LA.WE Pt'PS YOB 

Surgical Supplies Ltd. iif;Fuir.ERATi«. rca whirl. |ciirtaun«a. casma. Evt-ans 51 MERCURY 4 Dr. ..$195 


at^rinT l"l 5 «, 80 SUNBEAM Rapier, 
power ateenng .. $1595 hi.,ai.nHw, 


P P $ $ 

P 56 OLDS. 88 , R and H. P $ 49 MONARCH Coupe S 


Full price $145. $ .Ig METTEXIR 

No Down Pavrrumt S'58 AUSTIN 55pddpi, htalmn warxi V• molnr. unaft. 

$10 PER MTH. $. sreen.r95 

*1 YOUR OFE'ER 

BUICK $|57 CONSUL Sedan, 61 VAUXHALL 

Convertible I Ivory ——__$895 a-or Sddan. I'ikit «|u'>r<'4 w 

Full Price $495. $ 

^3 P?R\mr*"‘ MORRIS "1.000.- White. YOUR OFFER 

PER ftri H. 9 gj VOLK.SWAGEN 

_ * J Dr, Italian. Mtaltr^ 

STUDEBAKER $ autnali malMiiAdiRl ruurA 

Commander $ 60 MORRIS Mini Minor. 

No Down Payment $ 60 

$20 PER MTH. S 39 RE.NAULT. Brown. $695 ar dS'r.lSu.r . 

g (TMAivr. with ti*« than 


$23 PER MTH. 


Commander $ 

Full price $395. S 
No Down Payment $ 


tignals f'uati 
Pull (hromt 


YfJUR OFFER 


(Av SIKiUI a Ormn 
im-i Broad EV 4Sta 


11 ni ft. 1 -dna. I1M Ijada, —- - 

par nriy SS199fl. cnaa TV FU'A, 91 CHICKS, POULTRY, »Ar-.|tAu irizK* r-zuma 

fciO (roar pay rally San. End ■ |.. ECSS SUPPLIBl"* AAE COUpe. 

Ud 143 PaiSi., aa-noa ■ matcmimb ibio, lurrkiu _ 


Ud 143 Pai V, aanoa_ nAiwmrrw ama, awr.u.aa . 

anz> DADl.-rMZ' CDAr-rlZ YUR XMAS GIVE THE HOUSE SPECIAL POH DCEPFREEZE. 

400 PAKKING M'Al.Z.a „„g„al plclorlml muiAl. or yourlKryara Me lb, roAalul*j^ol;n» Me go VOLVO P1800 CoUOe 
Rieht Next Door Im-rd .nra 1 portlAlt or aerna la lb. fraa dallvarr. Pb. GF S-ama. ,„rn»r tin'll 

to OJ^JJ^SML_192 livestock. SUPPLIIS One owner.$3695 

EATONS 2ir - 61 VOLVO 122S Sed. Radio, 

Warehouse Salei ngh^r tartlltnl candUli«. 63 M. ■ ■TAaU^G. TRAINING WW . ..... $2195 

•riQ Uidbtap Ct EV4n»n |7 Tm Hrvtlad Si«b1ti t&ka plmurt ^ 

erana-m Or- you rovi oo .e u_Tl'^ ".r..^T '’Ar-77r. ] 59 RENAULT Sed«l .$795 

Vliancfi, turnltura. TVk muiy t '»xrRrirfrM \iirMi?rS i’’* "in* CRT-14iT ar 

AA. a ’ir 61 PEUGEOT -403” Sedan. 

IMUKS. rm. •m.i. 4. SAT TILL 1 „,.Y krom the manuyac i".i.‘li'“'iit«’' One.owner . $1395 

inirrr and wva rai ranx-ai waltr- _ ar^^i 

SAVE pi'.etf txrpaulini Victitria Ttol ard - — _ 

M OAKCRKST Avnina. lUI RiKard. I03-S:il 11 G<X)D. LARliE. IK'AL Pl’RpnBK, 


1 Ti'RNER Rl'SlMEW MACHIMEa 


^ Hardtop, blue and white I p aT. Reg. $995. P$ Cuiitom r 

51 MERCURY 4 Dr. ..$195 Bucket seata, one owner, p only_$895 P $ maculate c 

In showroom axmdltion. p PI Full Price 

62 JAGUAR XKE Cwpe. Olaon A-l Buy . $14991 p 5g VOLKSW’AGEN. P$ $20 PER MTH. 

. ^57 SUNBEAM Rapier 2-|^ H’ “• p I « pi vmnm 

62 VOLVO P1800 Coupe or. Hardtop. Complete-|P „ __ _ P » 53 I^YMt^UT 

One owner.$3695 ly inspected Another 8® CUEV. Sedan, P $ Very clean 

(L^fTlBuv wggil’ S-cjl . automatic, P$ Full price 

61 VOLVO 122S Sed. Radio, Olson A 1 Buy ... p ^ _^ p ^ 

WW.$2195 62 triumph TR3 Sports P P $ $27 PER 1 

59 RFNAIIIT <>dan Kfosl Coupe. Detachable Hard- P 54 AUSTIN-$395 P S 

59 RENAULT Sedan .$795 p p j gj p,. 


CustiT^dro hn- i “ RENAULT. White. $793 

maculate coachwork *' 

Full Price $29.5. $ **6 DODGE Suburban. 

$20 PER MTH. $ Green-$1395 

$ 

PLYMOUTH $ 38 RAMBLER Coupe. 

Very clean car $. Radio. White. $995 

Full price $595. Ii 


P $ 53 PLYMOUTH $ 38 RAMBLER Coupe. 

P S Very clean car $. Radio. White. 

P $ Full price $595. $| 

P X K7 P^"li™"“"‘ $ “ VAI^'»IALL Super 

P $ $27 PER MTH. $ . ,6951 

P ,S 55 DE .SOTO $ 


TVimi ini<1*«. J K Pipaa BuauiMi ||INK EAf 


chtta^ini cowa. Bi*d lof aai# 


- 57 FORD 2 Door, custom 59 VAUXHALL 4 Door p 
J radio . $795 .Station Wagon. Finishfd p 


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OTHERS CALL TMEM USED CAR 

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UNFURNISHED . 


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112 CARS AND TRUCKS 
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? Ui*i RTaivT* ~|et SAVANNAH HOI SE 

and t> Npar Hv^pping diairu-t. but C\K)K AN’O HOt.'KI.aAND 
"»..b i:v .. Close To Town 

0 TOi.n«j. 1 -n.w ^ «MU»»w Klr.yt.c 

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1 BKIVSITTINC KoOM KiT('MFl.S< pkltolutw ifelnaKAl N-hI oai r \ 
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M-• SRKEEPIN'tl ROOM OKVTLE. AgMa M<« 1 miMto 1139 Blaito^:^ 
I man dn.>. EV ES7I1 71T Vafu\Ai '.s: EY'aiTlS an>iHaa 


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I SALE PRICES! 

62 OIEVROLET 

Rp 4 Air autmiiat’r. pnMpi drpr 
Inf. hpaipr. a.gnais Rrg A.’T'A. 

*2,395 

62 CHEVY TWO 

SPdan 4-O'l’ndpf- taaaipi a-g 
•lalt. HPg IXMV 

$1995 

61 STUDEBAKER 

Lark, radm, hca rr. a r'A* 

I R«c tim 

I *1793 

‘61 CADILLAC 

Krdan da Villa fully to*«pf 
aquipppd Rpf IMtt 

$'>195 

EASY TERMS 
NO PAYMENTS 
TIL MID JANUARY 


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.T1A1U.NG. tS-WEB BRAKES. J *1^;;'* 

POWER W1MKIWS HUB- 4 Ektkr 
4.1,MIY EXTUUuR W1TI4 A 5 DutrUixl.j 
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U.N'rOUaiABLE - *3993, 


P Krani h nvar 
• Canirai Mra/id 


li Kop4iM king 
• ^tpular na/nti 
11 I* niuB 
U l.'nitM 

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II Ataanlnala 
21 Mr* Ijiughtua 
23 A naiga 
Ji (atri a nanM 
Jt Wiihholda 
3k Timr pipt p 
ki Kami iiuiidir^ 
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M arhnot 
SI Pmti'tun 
Si (?ultivafpd 


4a; KpRO KAIJILANE 4 CYLIN- CARS FOR lAH 

DLR SEDAN. .TTANDARD 
TKANHMliiiJOh Ea>NoMY. .. _ 

Cl STUM KAiMU. (^LEAMiNu JAMESON MOTORS LTD. 

CURJNTHLAN WHITE WTH A Home Of j 

RED LNTEilUHL A PERIIXT HILLMAN. aSU.NBEAaM 


FAMILY SEL1A.Y 

UaNTOUCHABLE —$219j' 


4 n Nikaitia 
41 tYima 

iii Wivk itnppagea 

43 Opang up 

44 Partk-ia 
4b Said mar 
44 Urim 

49 Vi'dPnt 
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Hr.’jng 

M Kitogua ditaaaa 
b4 I*n3m Ha 
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Columhia 
in iiiiaaa 
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4R Sf hwplUar a 
(Itia 

ff7 H< urgat 
Airp'rt 

CAI2 901 SALI 


CASH — CASH — CASH 

DO YOU .NEED CASE A.VU 
a gikaj emr" Wa hast a (ina 
aafar^jun of law prirad ear* and 
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taiipa Sa« iM lur oaan and your 



Cars Bought Outright 
or 

Sold by Auction 


0»MkXmTAHLK RKO - SITTISC 
HAtm and JutrhPH (';oap in Suil 

iHiKiDPto lady 721 Vaa<'>uvrr 


.SK'.WIKW TOWER.S 
4.)0 DALLAS ROAD 


i m«»i A.NI) kTmiENETTt H.it 2,^ ^ 

Sold by Auction i “^x'Sa'aR'^iiEw'lj^mnae. -»Mon. wp 4 f«»imw t4 
731 Johnson EV 4*5921 ji'bIlee cxihy RAk >m t)euw mt u ^ ^ i--r 4 i 

■ ■ , — .A . ■ kiKiwft Evprslfung aup^aU. IM4 12 ai'lH 

'<T«iiiut rv4 m-vr 2»««dr<nm ti\i to $; 13 

SFU— COaNSIGN— ™wut E>«-Ma 4-hPiif*.«i .uiim , %:ih 

TRADE DOWN-“A better IUr7‘^'i’re ‘''‘r * *"** t-™-" 

deal for your Clean Cat.*' afit-r 4 *> su'«<*** Ev 33439 

aNATIOaNAL motors. 819 ' ’'-MT H4M*.SBKEEPlNti Ria.M 
Yates. EV 4*8174. , - 

-■ ' U AHM ROOM. SINK HOT I’lwkTl CARLTON TkttR »J4 EnquimaH 

UoKi (3aan a l t ■und t3b 334 MlPin.fan Rd .iretadpd a(inua|iharv and a 

CARS AND TRLCn i at mr* i ■‘'U** Lird- 

WANTIU I paikfri^^rv WWJ LAST rtb-m ap- lumg man wlm d mnf 


63 HILLMAN Husky, new ('APRI MOTORS LTD _ 


•0 aSIMCA 

S^daa. Er<aumy p!u« Ft- 
CF'iipM tonditKai. Cumgara Ki 

9m 

PAcinc $ $ $ 
Saving Price 
$I9S 

BLAND DOOGR CE.NrRI 


59 BUICK 

4^*<p hardine. radio hmtpr 
au! Hnatic. iignala. Rag R’lsb 

$1995 

58 MERCURY 

Hard!<a) radio, haatpf, ayio- 
maiir. pnwTr Hparing, piMpr 


• RILEY rotu> OB &PURTS Condition . *1495. u*) tki* 

ar.DA.S. BLACK EXTERIOB. T.c - 

KEU LFATHEH INTERILMI HUMBER Snipe, PS, tHA1««!P< 


107 PAm. riRES AND 
ACCISSORIES 

- BATTERY - 

- SALE - 

UuAlltp ChrycA All mAKM 

DRY CHARGE 
- BATTERIES - 


laOKl (3aaii 
CARS AND TRL'Cn 

WANTIU 

Caali ■ I M.nutffdl 

— PLIaMLEY — 

1010 Yates SL 

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, CO.\SLLT MORKOC.N I 

lYataa at gaadra CV 1-114 


pataj ng, k v __ arpa. *MalHi»-iaiuJl rarpH kiichiH 

»iHii 4 «T VAHU oLirr :rii! 


('raigdarrocH. All IuimI RV > . «h 

rnsY RnriM. DnWNTnNTN ideal I 

for pan-HiotMir. 1417 Dougla*. ' 


vanMy hathr<ia*n T\' hiBAu)i. ii^ 
du'iduai h4«i naitnka 9MH per 
m-' -ncludm ali chargpa f<a pla^ 


LOOK 

AAwwa. ...... . - TRAJfSPORTATlON SPECIAU 

rui'R-3PCtl) KLOnH TKA.>fA rti, raOlO, WW, w Uj ilaaM fnito. IW |19l 

NiasiuN THIS TBI'LY FT-YE demo *4393 ^ k./u*™ii*r7° 

El RlW^A-Y car mist BE - - - -^- 

SEE-Y TO BE ai-preciatki> 62 HILLMAN Super Minx.'JJJJ J 


Va iniiail alaciroUtd 
wbaD purchaaad 
« VULT-PACiKlC III 
SAVING PRICE 93 43 


> __^*>RKaC.N g I KirANISHRO BEJVSITTINr. R(X).M 

.Y.u. ^4«wdn _evauw Kiinxii u,. lOOr Johnui »»• ™"«' k-wt 

^ *^7 A*'?liRSSST 1 ‘ *-'*n:^i>«">i~ALl. FYR'.Yd'Tt “‘’"If 

A _lHclPn *,>3 Cuurta.), EV 3 MST Oaitart Rpn'al Ltopl. 

g vi^~ * nTM*HKNMM( IJ.MIT« 

“ rvVSu- 

t.^Ey:T5r ’‘'^ ■“»,„«y «!««. rental. 

- --,3 KUKN. m CLt*B IN YOL’F **>•’ m(;Ht-\NUFJl APTS TlH 


' bedding. 734 itov St ■ llauliatn Lnvaly Mtodnaitfi a'a 

' - - - —--- M'rI plpr kit Klpy-Titur. 

Ill APARTMSmS TO HINT NAWM (ijAKS ttai Rpa.k 


UNTOUCHABLE . $1495 


•0 EaNVOY 

Srdan. Rjch lu'ma Varv ntr# 
aliape Luw in-laaga Cianpaia 
to lnei* 

PACIFIC $ S * 
Saving Price I 

*995 I 


CMBYSLIB lERVICE rlVTBB 


brake* Rp| lift 


57 OLDSMOBILE 

Man radio, hpaiar. aatomaiie. 
■ignaia Rag. RU99, 

*993 

56 METEOR 

S.d.fi nidio hMiar .lann.n.- 

Rag. fSiA ^ 


$1795 « si>iCA Tl noR HARimyp 
U\JiHT3 SEDAN fiAVK DUL- 
LARS ON THIS CIIRYSLKK 
PKtiDl'CT WITH 9.MALL CAR 

$995 ECONOMY AND NORTH 
A.MER1CAN ITYLLNG. TtUS i 

nnaita ^ CUSTOM RADIO 

* AND MANY PINE CAR AP 

$795 POLNTME.vrS. 

U.NTOUCHABLE -$1195 


A J * 1 * J-ia. •aorv- UW. Ed'vl (,au, k 

4 ' 5 peea floor anlft $189^ aaw rha t- wie larm* ran iu> 

,WiUlam. EVVAOi ig FV 4-4131 

61 VAUXHALL Velox 6. i%yg dk sdtd 4 . 1 m. skdan tdp 

Kindle ^yatalltkai l*SPI| mdkt Uto* uMnpi 

takp iraup « la ma. Jim Haa 
I tom EV 44131 

59 HILLMAN Sedan, r^io, sTjum^nlinning 47 4 i~fHicvin 
clean $895 with radK«. gi.'V lakpB all Jtinai 

bnto.. 1114 Quadra RV 3 . 


13 voi.T-PAnnc III 

SAVING PRICE 11.’M 

Chryco Anti Freeze 

lutj'lad wtilto yuu wait 
Open 7 li a m. to II p na 

PAClUC CHRYSl FR 
SERVICE ITATIOM 
100 Yataa EV I 


FOR THE SPORTS CAR 
ENTHUSIAST 


•0 RAMBLER 


OPEN 8 A M. TO 9 P M. 


55 FORD 

hadin. hpaipf, aiinali. Rp| 
•*45 

$")95 

55 CHEVROLET 

Vdan haa ar ngnAla. Ucanra 
AM |5i Reg |M6 

$695 


63 TRIUMPH TR4. JuNt 

over 5,000 miles $21951 Rr Bub 


»tJK QUICK SALI 
ItM PlTnwndA VA aui>ifnai<r. Ahij 
MIHlttoida_ 

KdK sale 136 M G. 1 


OUR NEW LOCATION 
EHi Blanahard Auaai 


43 Rit 2 Hotel, 710 Fort Street aii»^irtja*k unyp mk iwy .siaiKius i- 

n .e.wr.,. m .v.ii fUKNISHID Me..n . 1 . Mol bulIMn raw vg 

1 ■ ---‘“I" Wiinrky EirY.lu, 

V' UTO ,75 EB KlYnritYLrY E.q,i|. 

" EMvaur awvjc. p.rraww .1 SAN .SEBASTIA.N MOTEI. '' •'vi new i iwWwm -e 

■C7# - -I UlW WIST KR KATES L" 1 v,r. ....s E 

ra ra,..: T*'.— ..e 

|I7,.u27ra,!5^L-~. TV » Km* “ «-<• EVj«n ;.;jw Iiwa™« n> r«« .nS 

,_ iTiaiiBiaai aad aaroianaa! auaala 1J4 " ,.T;r7,---. _ ■ ' - 

-R lYaiaa PluM EV 44911.* BlRNklDE CjARDEN VILLAGE K<a turtbap tnfnrmaluai pipaia pal 

>1...... . . I --- , 1 1 '■my. J-i«dr\B4n aiiarUDani lur- Hr mti Hn« Aspnrn** ijd ]|.E 

EVI-34UiNK.ST assured AT THE RoYAL n i to nj 9Lto twr m-toih. Sirry. niaiwhaxl ^l EV S-MHl amUmp 

_ ^ILYMPIC HOTEL M*toam. naate-ii have toi «Mhac aparliapfila anuUilito - -- - 

raiaa. EIRE RESISTANT. 90 John-- al ttila data Call anytuua «« ptoair • n an Aiaiurw auia 

)N max. EViUm. nunlal^•r toto Ginkai at IE:t TUk . ‘ in.AMiN«w ano 

ai “ ** ~ » lAun ta fc^’ $-42111. PAlAlMA JUTE 


raiaa. EIRE RESISTANT. 90 John-- al ttila dal# Call anytuu# «« ptoair • 
a>aL EV 4 urn. ruallai^■r IhA Girdiai at IE:t TUk 

■“ “ -- ■ «Mjn ta 5-421U. 

YOKE HOTEL «•« * — -uju ta a-v »-uw 


136 MG. MI1X;KT. 

altar 9 pm. ani) A*k 


sa roYSL'L KEDAH. ciREEY 62 SUNBEAM Alpine. 
.WITH MATCHiYti cvsTi'M show Condition *2195 


.WITH MATCHiYti CVSTI'M show Condition * 
l.VTEIUDR. THU U A tTlHO 

PRUlRRT AND U COVERED 57 AU.^N-HEALEY. 
BY THB V BVRBA-Y USED gem J 

C.YR WARRANTY. 


101 FOBEIGN IMPORT AND 
SPORT CARS 


Tuui Ct, umn - I. tk. 

BATTERY 

rw . anne. lura ii.n n«, Dai 
(la u -ACME 

12-VOLT BATTEilY 
*12.75 Ex. 


OmiL rav.a. 1 . 1 . luatoelKIW ra. (NTNZAIXK BAY lABXIil Ai-AKT ' *** 

WeaUg. moatiyg TU Jobnaua luaaL t hmedi. laivaia bath and —tram-a. furtwl-a auiia avallaNa at 971 pw 
— ,_— 'V.aeiT^ <a grrairal B.w rl..r to PiiYiiin lanlra.., R„tv e.,. 

130 ROOM AND BOARD m tmd a.».. ta. jHia .i-.-e* tv n-Aup. ,.r. 

- — ^.Arm -» KW. ■e'W . I., ^ r-ra lee t 


ROOM AND BOARD 


' INK M (i.-T.D. KRORTB CONVERT 
A' tt>a Cniae. whllM.lt tire, four 


TUDOR GUEST aOLSB w -te ..w 
Pot ratired and aidarig pmNka Flm EV J iiM 
*ai acounrnudahua at raaannabia . 

raiaa. ipartwia loung*. IV Dialng J' 
ruuia ar tray aarvic* Maai B#a aiui ^ ^ 
bua 147 KuaU Bag RA aO Fairttoid .a,., 
Ha EV »4taA 


BY THE StBURBAaN USED nnxxa^r oP>m 

C .UR WARRANTY. P”"" «' "*»*-■ E V < HH 

UNTOUCHABLE-*1003 MID WEEK BARGAIN oj^ yct^ 

SPECIALS »“■ KV E 


A->l AT 4 dnur Sedan ru»*'Nn 

radio. I new Dunkip whiia waJJ 53 OLDSMOBILE 

Or#' Cumpara to tldtt. a..i..mMii^ py 


Hr#' Cumpara to 

PACIFIC $ S S 
SAving Price 
$1795 

ALL CARS PRICETAGGED 

#9 VOLK.SWAGEN 

I d«*w G Did aerrmd raf. T 9 
fawlitMn. Compart lo 

•»i I 

PAcinc $ s * 
Saving Price 
*895 

Bl.AND VALIANT CENTRI 

Rt VAUXHALL 

V ''tf»r dn yl. p^viontny, ^ •* 
inilp'age T-ip c<«*diti'ai' 
pare ’•> |4A 

PACIFIC S * * 
Saving Pine 
*895 

Ul.AND IKRKII CEYTRI 


I ftedan. auiumaiie. radio, healer 
aigrwli Reg 1896 

' *.393 

52 CHEVROLET 

Hraier. aignalB. Reg t3'*A 

$293 

SAVE 

MORE 

O.N U.SED LMPORTED 
I CARS 


SPECIALS I 

a FUNTIAC ruRDOB &EUA.Y_—. „ ^ 

• (TTLi-YDER, XTAYDAHii ®® CHEV Sedan. Reg. *1895 
TKA-YsmsiiiiAY IN TtiiANE' Make olfei 7 | 


FRA.NCIS BATTERY * 
TIRES LTD 
Raraidifa h—— 

EV Kliai 


ET ^ i-nijTIE* INCLI-DED. NV-.1, 

im . V _ lie. orael 2 l.i a n.aie 

(.LE-YSHIEL HnTEL, Wi DOUd ..'T*'!!?' S'' . 

lu ». Vawra. (\av»a«W.v Kei Tlan A Caan Hewlt) 

‘W'e< -eew * HlU I'lih •A''rt'HNIKniD BATHEUnR sum lY 


I fpnt ttkicka fnan crNdn* AMakwm. , 


rrTjU- •""■""■Ue U>l dr>era. 

a* J iiaa ^ Hw mmind Alan l-hedniag 

*B UnunKfLOKlil'lJat ^muA ••aJI-lo^a-all iwn*t. fief 

riiac. PliNto^^idiE rn>i. ttu|i#rugaada«L Eia. lUA 

^ Ia Pai-ma. rr 

tA fniJTIES TNCLl’nm Nfwly __ ^ - . 

lie-optoeti 2 laigo rtaana Ilaaia t'awam Remai Itor* 

EV3-72ft. rwmirar* EV E4HV KER A STKPHKNSUN U.NflTKO 

TViwd a Ctairtn Hrmity UtL itti Hnuught-* RL 

n'UHiatiVii BAr«Pi 2 -hn ■iirrar 9Mlt 


TKANSMillAiil.N IN TLTONE Make Olfei 7 
OHKEN WITH CleEAN MATCH- 
IY<i I.YTKR20K CEYERAL 57 AUSTTIN A 95 
MimjK.s VALUE WITH .MANY! Reg. $1193 What Bid? 

I’NU.SKD ECO.YOMICAL' 

MILEH. 1 710 BroughU 

U.N'TOUCIIABLE .-*1095 361-1161 

w MrwARCH TuncM HARiYrar - 

V-« AITYRMATIC RADR) AT — E-L — 'M 


740 Broughton St. 
361-1161 


62 ZEPHYR 

>edan nadja, baaiOT. gigaata 
Rag r338. 


LUXURY CAR AT A LOW, 
UNV nucE 

U.VrOUaiABLE .-*195, 


63 METEOR Sedan ..*2893 
*1693 1 

C, Y.cDorc « . .. « Fairlane -J2.T95 

61 MORRIS Mini Minor 

Hewer ..xnWv Re, 62 CONSUL 315 . *1993 

60 AU.-:TIN .Mini .Minor 62 BUICK HT-*299.'> 

iieg liukk 

$795 61 TAUNl.StX>HD 


60 JA(;rAR 38 


Wdgon ____$895 


p>i%ii-r brake* radio, hf'alei *i| AUSTIN \N SgOR .-$1595^ 
ito.a Keg gi:^ 

$3395 60 FAUX).N_$169-5 


NO MO.NET DOWN 
COMPACT CAk9 

C VAUXHALL Sedaa O M9 
98 JEEP 4-Onve .. ll.M 
to KAK.MAN Glua |l .lA 
H VAUXHALL W 

Sedan . .^....■91.M9 

t AUSTIN Jdfnr 91 .•A 
to VAl XHALL Wagon |yS9 
to ZEPHYR Sedaa .... PNl 
to AUSTIN .Sa^n %m 

to HILLMAN Autegnatlc IMS 
to >U)R:D.H Setlan t-kS 

5a VnLK.*iWAt.E.N Ttl 

54 (r.’KORD Sfdaa .. gf'A 
to NU9 PRINZ . lUI 

U HiI.L.MA.N Hanlltto 
to rKKl KCT s«'daii LitS 
M CONSUL Sedan . H'W 
li VANGUAKD Sedan 9443 
U HUMPKR Srdaa .. f.'^3 

S2 nyNSl-L Vdan t.tS 
to VAUXUAl.L Vdaa 1139 


SPEEDWAY MOTORS 
, 1 LTD. I 

62 VOLKSW'AGEN 4 Door 
I Panel.. ... $1795 

*61 VW WlndcMT Van *14951 


( 59 V55' Window Van *1295 


EV KTon TWra eu-ellM( me.!* vd md^. ,M e.fve, w.uY v. e. we ch-tiw • ■i.ee. 

Ke.iw. a.. «» m™ 's;,r L.7.>’*ei:'ra7.1; 

■jTThEV Mv/TUH. si Tl IN LY>M»XJRTAB1.K RUUM. GOOD * ”> EV HM. _ ...Uni a’.,ran .nd w»,r.,n« 

new auleh' .nd pi-eewe plu.. Muei ^ «wra II Jl::* DECEMBER K LARGE. WARM, '*' •* 

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--' CORDS PISTON MJMil 

:'to UHCV GxlJtJ OONDITHaN Syiip-r a Virtam Itolaairy 

_J-CAHHLRKTTf* MA.YIPOLD 

I«to K«1RI) iaCiMN ALTriMATK' «''«bp»e4* rn.-bureiiira aruii-'r* 


PHOdNK fJRS^lWl 


gato.ennn or roupie *B m 


uiDRiNii mn A ik-tin car* dependable actomobtlc^ ** 

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g''1 rmreCulli drieen nruwd la aeil ^1* IAt69 lL« 6 lUZJ 

neui \er> ri>l terma m nld be Ar — - - ■— _ 

“’ti 1^*1^** :*91 AUSTIN CAMnRriVIC STA-t 


ga* to Leo LoSiii 


, EV3-49to Itnfcngr i.nto and Muefc. Bea! d.Yr^RSe.R-w ..,rx^w..Y 

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djeuiuad rare Vasanr-) 

Oft S 
EV 4 CM 

HOME OP THE GOLD SHEPlIERO 
Pr-t-r.al 1*979 fncanry CV91IS 

12* H0U*fKKnNS 

ROOM* 

TO tINT 



ilSMB / CraNbTUb to caixae. in uv.a BIIIJllNCJ LARGE 4 RM. 
WAiLH SMe-M kl fTE NEAR 1C- .•fS? Mniieb.1 radle, •» pn* *-*• 
beura EVSiaWl P" iwcik. EVU.H 


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I CnkY R'^iMS JIT-'IJEE AREA ; 


sHiioM ri RNisHEri .1 irE m 


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ar.f^totaiwd |bV Inrtuding gaa. 
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* uar aterrv^. Hr I'eivalaL inc ‘ LIES XICW 9 ifUCCXCMKl 
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t .to «a#w A-l cHndirvm L •• 34 PCEITIAC. RL’VsmrU. NEEDS - ^ -- 

mi.enge. Finde nr<epied, fl^RH bu^ work no a.vader« gito- ar 1391 CADn.l.AC. MIST SELL OT 
Bert ffiiiain EV 94711 beet ofTer CR l-TV after 3. (era. GR 7 23a or EV 92a9 


I4« 136 VirrOR lUPBR. LlEE XEV ST ST SC^L TGLEtVAGER 
OTTen pleM. *a-«r| er EV 9aBC 3«t m W. 


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BLA*D auto PAJm 
n DAVID CTRSEI If : 


LTILITUR LARGE OR SHALL. iJUlGE. < 

Ai 9 Bnjr nag C9Lner.n« HAMM Ruaetme 


EAR R^mv liTCMES to** M V 1 l>:w nJ>T- 1M4 VIFW I^RiaxVf turTL JtOVE. Ml U4i 
EV 9a99 91 I rinee te re/ cenir% EV 94 :m 'mn * Ef 977*1 








44 Batht (Tnlnnict 

Ttmnday. Nov. 21. 1«*) 

12« apartmints to R[NT 
UNFURNISHED 


riiRi.^^K rorsT I 

APARTMENTS j 

Nowhprp rise can .so much 
he oflcrcd. 

Make your plans now- to 
move to Christie Point. 
Resersations for the suite 
of your choice can be held 
for 30 days or longer to 
allow you to make neces¬ 
sary *ri,-an 2 cments. 

There is a .suite to .suit 
every taste and qualifica¬ 
tion. 

! : ATT NOW : ! 

No . Elevators. 

No • Odors. 

No . Noise. 

No • Lark of storajte. 

No " Lack of spaciousness. 
No .. ParkinK problems. , 
No ■■ ThrouRh streets. 

No • Coin-operated wash¬ 
ers and dryers. 

No . Responsibilities or 
upkeep. 

No ■ Lease requited but 
available upon re-| 
quest. I 

! ! ACT NOW : ! | 

Yea • City bus sersice at 
your door. 

Yes • Drapes- your selec¬ 
tion of colors at Hud¬ 
son's Bay. 

Yes • Patios. 

Yes - Balconies. 

Yes • Modern kitchens and 
bathrooms. 

Yes - Privacy. 

Yes • Heated swimminj 
pool. 

Yes - ^.it dock and water' 
sports. 

Yes • Play areas fenced in, 
for children. 

Yes - Masnificent views. 

„ All this plus much more at' 
prices you wouldn't believe. 
Compare these rentals and I 
features. 

— CO.MPARE PRICES - 

2 bedroom apartment 
suites 

$in0-$I10 -$U3 and up. 

3 bedroom apartment 

suites 3135. 

Includes I'l baths. 

8-bedroom Town House 
(Personal wa.*er. dryer 
and one and a half bath¬ 
rooms.) I 

$113 and $153 : 

You must see it 
to belies e it. I 


12* AfARTMEim TO RENT 
UNFURNISHED 

RE.NTAL INQI IRIE-S 
■'r •At FXCDMK'D 

PHONE 

3H,3-fiJlil 

11 a m. to 9 p.m. Daily 
for 

j Appointments to View 

REC.ENT TOWERS 
Prestige Living 
ONLY 

5 .MINLTE3 
KRO.M 

DOAV.NTOWN 

rtarjiusu 

* Piwrtmic \iew». 

* P«lit) hAirnn.vi. 

‘ *!• .a sj « j 

* EntCf'-Aintmnt Su-’# j 

* fui'n f'V rlii'on. 

* 4nd fntlsc incjudfA 

* Aut tfnaliC o. 

* C >nr.plH« liMdry Urtli'.JtA 

* Muiie bf Vuuk. 


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vouae KfCr* 

J 


C : 

utty ti 
: Kf* 


: oo<r y 
ty to i-Dtx- 

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I2« APAR1 MINTS TO RENT 
UNFURNISHED 


• OLD-n.ME RENT.S 

• i^pl-rr^nTL.-. 't* APARTME.'T HOMUS HOW.AKD SCHEN 

latiF** M t'€ Yiii on. J N cuTMKY Towards th^ end of 

• 4 nd fntt *4 iftcjudeA .\!AY>AIK SHOPI*iN<i ‘ j i 

• Aut aiulic »:#\4? o Vjur In4(«rt8un IflMird a hand, a fiOOd plajCT 

• Cr.pmt I.vndnr uoii i« GARDE.N PARK COURT will often realize that 

• Muiie bf Vux4k. Lov4i Avf.. nv4Whichever play he 

Rsvi'iMALTS riNF-’ST i-t HKAU choosif's wUl Fesult in 
ONK-BKDRODM SUITES si.'w fpmru»t» i-h«ir«am tu.n-i. the same number of 

rsN HXi 4rP*l4firfNI. 4U' •fn4lir laun- . . rin 

KKOM $99 00 i 4 «q IX «■'«' » RnHwii tnrk.s being maeJe. un 

jn';»'akI-»- or EVVTTU7deal, SOUth chosC 

Rachelor Suites I -— the more arti.stic-look- 


Winning Contract 


142 wanted to IORROW I4S 

ISTERE.ST ONLY S VEAILS . ... 


RUSINESS 

OFFORTUNITIIS 


Bachelor Suites 

fni«n IT 4 iD 
TwF>> Sum 

AlS I Av4ll4)(l4 


REGE.NT TOWERS 

411 UICHKIAS ST. 
Phona 3S3-6216 


By IKtW.ARD SCHENKEN and Kit H.XKI) I. EKKV 

Tow’ards the end of 
a hand, a eixxI player 


NORTH (0) 

A V952 
'OS 

0 10 •> I 2 
♦ A K 3 2 

I VST 


K's I**! iRt '(nuMihl* at \y 

twrwt K'' ai :!i«* rmiF* •'< 4-('.t-ir. 

trrni, vakr'C'I 'tn niiil^rn S h#ilr »atl 
home, nicely I'caictl ' 4 $ l'« aciex 

4t >tw.e 


Rouses for sale 


Kon.ntM l.'KT 


I’l \ir.i-;ivroN 

HilL.MK.S LTD. 


PRICED 'Di SKI.T. 


nu'i' afiri • i.e 
n.t'n’ ' 'n l qik Isa • iH ■ 
aira . e ■ J iv 1 .*»' yy 
d Atn ■ fTtcni 

T- ■■s:i r- :■ 

Ev I -iiJi 


(\).SY KI'MiAlAiW 

Sbllt'h-- 


HOUSES FOR SALI 


II \\ Hirrt.'ME 


■ .\L Ik'ME 
\ir'.\ Kily.M. 


0.\K It.VV 
T ON ONE 


il '•» :tl liit*'itaK4 rep4va>f> ■' fiaiM ite I 

!■ •eresi ■*■;> a: ifye T 4 le t«f T amhiti-m r.iupl 

Knir-vrar lerm v»anle «1 i>n m'lEjem. litt'E.SDEM K. 
ftuci j J«un«al'F«- at Lansff'tfd. rvM v nw'fcM 


DR\ (.'LEANING oaki.am> 

lU’SINES.S iide *h*t(n*»fyr rci 

PKICE REi»ri KD niy.l«n Wilt hen 

I/TTATKI* ON A >11 ' H TRAVKL- 
LKII VinXiKlA :<TkKKT Ihi* ».uri pv 4 v.:* 

fX'RA ciaiW i»e Ih* answer t" a**nif j,,. (;reere 
amhiti-m r.iuple ■ aeart b fcir l.N 


N>ar OAKI.AMW SCM-aiJ. a'.1 Hi 
iide *h*«(H**fyr renire TSop ' c.li 
niyalnn wilt hen kU'.dtx k aul *m«l 
■*jI heatinis full b 4 *emer» tita* 
F»''4l jms-^meni F-c fill d.-'• ’ 
rail rV 4 -c KV S-'CW .A 


ONLY OKFEHUn I>1 E TO 
Call I.e.<«rt1 TN-riai al !>.>u«'aR rHHtiNir ILL HEALTH OF When we ka^ th 4 I* a 8 paf.A» 

Kawkea Ltd >*17.A Fi*t .Stn's-' THE O^fc'NEK.. ' n«*fn h"me. In line hving r-Atni • 

I’tv FV 4 7i> tretspUenoe. EVJ.‘iSn»' ' dininii nttm nie««ure 4 liNi.; 

-- - -- INSTALI. En EQriPMEN’T IN knotty pine ki'i hen lamcR 

WANTKh ^ (T.I DK.S 1) K Y • CLKA.M.NO M.\ new i'upU«rtU Hn» 0 den Ulii 'y 

Ijt m<»rtg 4 ?e nvarov ' |j'■*» • rULNES. 4HP b<HLEK. PRKtv^- nRwn, i large heUr.«-mi with * ut. 

‘•Ls. ‘It*.,” iViwJL. Kits St*OTTEIL«. STEAM EO>.Nl>- btwrrt^ to ma*i h hNjll haa.*men’ 
CH.VRTLr.K. FA >CI4! >tkTn»eti elr , n all t.’S « 4 lPS'rie« of f>ew|\ tewired aivl i■unple'elv re .[ 

i- i. .V* . \ic Nia equipment all in nprratHUi. And the dectprateO TRY' >«air ilown pasmmi n'l*-.-., 

irnf la only |Sn iFid the pm# iUrI lhi« older fam.ly home •itiwt’etl funi'y 

.J. BiiClkJC^C 114.jnu uiih excellent leima Call In- Ihf Fairfield I>Ktri«'l 4ull pr'c' h<imc 

■UbiMSJj Weai r>H kie, EV 2-4J13 4 nv»im« ft>r onl\ 111,200. Call ken ■ K>ward -' t 

OPPORTUNITIES linven'iirv and iJnancial kiaiejnefii. EV 4-lfll'4. I>4 


WE ARE NOT .TOKING 


130 aPARTMCNTS waNTIO ing of two appamiHy 

APT*"4>tTcM im.ejT 3 btt>RooMs oqual routes, and whs 
«• wirking nune and leeivaje ^adlv disaDpointed. 
P-Wei .M!. Vk-W High area ur wauc • 

ing dalana srf YMCA EV 2 j»4H Noiihs bid Of onO 

RE.vsi>NABivE Frk.MSHKi> M' d 1 a mond mistakenly 

e»miTv«Siii.'nB Sir in‘ither and hurh follnwixt thn “rulo” of 
dauchier Bay or viriniii iOUifwru me i uie lu 


Vict(M>a Pima. &>x SUi 


oupuxes TO RENT 


bidding the suit below 
the shortage. In this 


_rase one club would 


I .sn'R.'xi>HEi>. i».YK bei>kik>m. ^ been bettor. Eiist 
Exclusive Rent*! Agents had a biddlne prob- 


NORTH WE-ST TRUST 

TIT rnri IL 


NOW OPK.N 
NEWTON 

GARDE-N VILLAGE 
APARTMENTS 
1710 NEWTON ST. 
Two Blocks from 
Royal Jubilee Hospital 

rMiw-nni- 
Ipar-Mua 1. 1 •*Rd I 
Bedruum Su: ea 
HardvMsjud Fluora 
ur 

Wa:i tu>«all C'arpal 
Dratm StMiied 
Cufyirad Appiuni-ea— 

W Oveq witfi Utjud Faa 
Cuiurvd P'.umNni 
■M'.iamp and Fan in UauirooM 
CAlRiavitjsai 
Prtvaia Bal<xjnlM 
rr«« Laundry FacUi^m 
Ind.vidiiai iJeai Cuntrni 
l»me«:ic Hut Water 
Covered Healed Tear liumd 
Swimming Pool 


| prr«xi or r<aiple Within watx'na i , With a Iwrv 
dLstance of d.mni.i*n. I7S Apiilv * » « « 

till Y.mjw Buiidini. Hi EurL c<ii suiler in dofcncp, the 
***^' ___best solution Is to bid 

• BUX'KS KKtlM H 8 C. SlUE BY- j i,rjne that 

>ulv dupi.x. ..ra .1 li.ini Crnlral “"e ‘‘"P® 

I rarx. 1 bednavn l-pln-e hathn.ini. C 1 T C U m Stances Will 


Bt^agei ruiim. bright living ruum. 
biir Kithhen « 1 tli rtnuble tmki ami 
eiectrH' range. Ru per month. ahoWII. 

_.South ; 

I H.M.-IHEK SIDE BY .< 11 * lx - 


♦ 10 ♦ U J 8 7 

I 3 

Ckyino 

b 2 

OQ.I 8753 0 .. 

4 J 9 8 5 4 10 

.'^H III 
A Kb 
9 J 7 « 3 
0 V K b 
* g7b I 
The hiddiDf^: 

N<>etk I a«4 5liiBlk Teqg 

10 1 4 1A 

3 4 Paa« 3N.T. All Paaa 


TRIPLE.X PH-; 

•lamcR I .1 a. ■ ■ 'lA,.' A Ik R'k 'n 

Ti \ tHl peg,* fxir. 

« »y-*^ «>1 , -.l.vq ii- .-i.o. 

I Jf piub, a* 

•!: »-f - w- -fti.El c xii Mi A', 

R'uc-'-F > V idcAl for the I.ii.:* 

family t iiiAke i gnwl Ba«isli '4 

htime .. Ls \4 .<it' lo' Mans pi •• 

* 'i ■ Cb at • I’l -• liir^ lea - 

I.M iKdiiiib P-ame jsqalr-e^ 

. • KVjri* 


RITHCT 

CON.'^OLIOATED 
LI.MIXED 

Fut TUI Fort Slieet 

Tn.4*UF FiTflelil gucxi home, l-ina 
eHiAliiik'sed huA.nexB <-atcnnz to le 
i tired Kue^ia ^uailiv luuniahmaia 
I lhr<>ugh ui, ttrad' I'sjf* per mon'h 
insitme p-ua iMner'i fond and all 


Ihrkie AgrtW'leR l.ld. 
>22 Meerea Sheet 


THE ROYAL TRU.ST 
COMPANY 

RARE OPPORTUNITY 


EV . LS.!, ll,-. 


OAK BAY 

Only $H,90U $j«)0 Dwm> 


HOME AND SUITE! 
VIEAV UX'ATION! 
LOW 'TAXES; 


uunim i»»Tvfr »iM rvi tans* «i;i'ly .<idr hv sida Irlpl.x In food 
ol IT.'.iJI lx l-lxilnn .^*1* litin, Choa-a raaiu.n:lal aiaa. R 

Edw Clark. E\ 2 SOS. *V I-S-il ,, |0 lls.sao. aith 1 


A bungalow of over l.WO aq tt in I/YW 'PWlt'C 

,.upetb ..mditisei on . l.tge FAXL^. 

averaging l(Uvlt.Y. 4 uhdiM«ihle it A truly beau'ifUl 3-hrdnbim tv'ns 
dexired Mialem deruratme.' S her w.'h bh .aitcAnding revenue aiice. 
rm*. l.R lh\14. aep DK 15x1-1 Haul F\ :a '>ei1--Ben f tf h wne ;ri gpiurNh 
wiBid floon, Pirt tiaRefner»t Vte'.%,hv level 'w^t. UfsHv large lol f sa 
apfaiintment i«lv by fsTkining Y|r fk' Navv amt lYx-ks-ard penonnel. 
Mmpieei. EV 4 blJl or rei LV 5-7M. 'irw tji\-*a nntv UUU 97. Bargma 
;k . cd, with triTT* 

IK «il 

GOPGF IJhVfTKier, KV : UM arisilma 

431 KER 

.<f»art-xja t-yr-nH Vrin hunealow wMh, 


permit me other to be Ope^ia* leidi ^ad^ 


WILL TR^DF — l.lF-enBed mrminf 
and hurtling Ntaae. * loae to the 
Bea.^ *• a< I'e nf valunble prnperi.v 


ERIC SALM SS5-412S 
After Offfa Nn 385-hin 


™i.ru'rn!ih7.i ii^c.r. piS^iuM THE ROYAL TRU.ST CO. n.. aiap.. lak n...a ih,.,uzh-,u 


3-wsiMi _South also had a problem and .selected two clubs as ca i;iw c 

'» ‘jUid « yy-sitinK bid. Two no trump was a pos-sihility, hut Ky'-'-'^i- 

ni r».m with pirtuie wiftd<»w« South Wanted to leave room for manoeuvering. Il was- 

'iv'ZmiK'Z *^'|«”'^ *SdSrl-rlS. not at all unlikely that a suit contract would prove ,t st'ITE.S 

I _better than no trump. OIL HEAT 

'moperx ■jJJ**;'' ni pi.EX-ti)N I-iLst thought haiM about bidding three heaiis oyet CIJ3SE l.N 

I di'i'r,«mi"lnd'7!a7iirwm’*i' “iTa three clubs, but finally decided that the risk was loo $20IX) DOWN 

hnlT-.im aim kda o( i-t'-rt .w <■ ereat ] tOil PER MO.NTII 

IK-nirir at.wr W.Pr .uppliisl Iti , *.«l J t.tl .snJ.'.Jll 


Kquitv of M V I* 
>:iw C Clark at 


1205 GOVERN.ME.NT 


FOOD MARKFT 
SELF' SERVICE 


L-xha.tfsJ l.n nnd IHL Hiick lin- 


OAK BAY 
3 BEDROO.\!.S 

I.flW la>WX rWMEST 


."'r' '.,;' I*''** .' 1 m .Lie M.rM.al, k.ik-nc for. 

/i .V olT J o . .o! T"'' '■•■'lrj"ln> oo on. n-k- rull 


f'*r wmher and dr'er. S'oraar r ► f 
(hi furnace .'separate guragr V- 
garden. Taxci | 22 'J gnrtt 
m'a;r Early piMaex^Hin. tlti<t'*> 
EV 4 XlJt, Mri. .\lrL 4 >An. EV 4K-w: 


»Ms.»nrie'i' (>.! •» nia 'ft Near h-j* 
xc-H'x BP I b.-hoi*!. l-iw laxea Lc»f 
down payment l.wv rn> e 
NtlW (INLY Ixa.Vl 
I*lease d* | ir aildreta «« 

eleiaione Call Ikon Bar’'ii for ao> 
l"Nii!mi‘nt til \iew FV .'4j.V\. 


I.eaae ran be oblalned f<i thia oM ..IVkimaV;! ..., 1 . ri -"j ' I ‘ 

extaWmhed loud market. Heen in RFAI I V Rlfl ^ . . 

■ame famdy f«>r the** lait W >ear« ' ■* •••••• 

Il!ne«a rauM* of leaaing. l.arg« imn If y»4o aia really a liF-ge famiiv : gr)97^ Fl’L.L PRICP 

over ran he incrraaed. Larg* area or hava rrialivea. in-lawi nr .. ^ i jxiv.fj 

Aupptied wiihoul oppoaiuan. Large fnendt living with you or want •'‘Id. ihii 4-t)e(lnbint twHie#, 


l’»975 Fl’LL PRICK 


Fx wil mr-s-malka. r—w yh*. »~l '"“C M-an.kySl EV SCW, 
K. WraaTt. SP.AnOl A 4 RiX>M l/WFER PH 


_ were rasmxi. LBwiarer wa.a suriirisou lo iina inai t.ciM building in nice rondiiion 

i sFi'R.NisHFaP s ROOM.5. »4n w iSad bocn dealt only one minoe-suit card, and diagnosed both inaiiir and «ii sea ihi* iw 
I.'^ correctly that he had six of each major. Declarer took $lT950 

l Apiiiy uiiaiaira _ the heart ace and tyvo more yvinners in the minors and p,,, .lamn EVtisr anviim., 

I CCER RUPLix, I BEDBiKiyi. counted Flaat for three cards left in each major. western homes ltd. 

n'lKur^sfiJ M'.r.ai'sT'Evi'rm' Assuming that Fila.st held the heart kins-queen._ 


infigmaiion p4i>via 
EV 4-Ki:l 


isLat .. '»•**” pa^m^*f^l of SI ran up 

ba>a at |v.i t„.r monfh Ph-ma h A C, 
Smith. EV 2 4255. raa. KV 4 4702. 


itniTvWf^inrRF^KXT $'AIRF'1ELD DUPLEX ! A GIFT AT $9.-)00 

t^^^icco^P^EX. UP AND DOWN I REDUCED TO SEU^ 

•MSB tiiMt to tha ara In a l<wvly krattnn Spari-nAa iriNtmmodatlon In a high loi* family hana I rnnma ptua 
L »• m tha rtwnar a auita and hava licaipai Extra large living ixbim ‘MTiaf a isasMnani auiia la Meal f kf 
1135 par m'inlh from i ranird uniti. and dining r-an aarfi. RMh have ravanua ax im.VHUIMil Hoi'SR. 
Full dftajln fn>m Mart Hvidfwn. two bedntutnf. fhraa-pirca halh- Ria».M REVT.M.^ HH LARGE VA.'I- 
EV3 2:uL rr«. EV23U5. rb>m«. kiirhani have gai Full ILY AtViiMMoDATI' lN HigO 

Hairv FiMiar Ltd haiamant. two oil pkg fumacas Quadia 1ocaii.-n near high and pui»i 

’ Sat»arata tt'^aa antranca from L-'»rb<bd« and ah-ioping * antra Iknip 

---.Mi-r- - tuitaa bi# plumbing, uH-P Malia haalwf. 

REVENUE tananiad at l-dl par nv* aart dean and f >mfnnabla. Tarmx II ai« 

VAfnrtRi I) nr r«w l miala Shinving a goiK] ratum at |14 we, d'wn and I'm p»>r m mih T«» '>r«a 
h’aVa « ^ ; 4 fkliM ouTiar a auJta Uv S«*ma tarma arranged. EV 4 mil plausa F all M* Smith or Mr Lu<k< 

« dS r a» I SUnm ! W. Woodlay IV 4.M14. I na at EV 2 423* anyiuna. 


Call JThn Tamat FV • TlST amtlma. .-rxT i vw/nrkrx KAIRKIELP DUPLEX 

WESTERN HOMES LTD. IlOLLYWOOD CREbCtNT down 

kfBt t'afo •‘rit£'/'c\ *aatDi r v ^ * /a.x LA 4 .AX_r» 


K. WrtavTt. 

Ouadrao W'alcoma — He Paid 


aPArrni-a~i Rf-HVM irNTTR ni» declarer thoujfht he saw two ways to make his con L»a m the nwnan auita and have lii'aii‘« Extra large 

u h...ar s« tract. Ace and another spade would have Pn.sur«f . ClfOSE IN t'Jll"r.'I 

_- --—Itrick for the heart jack, but declarer preferred the' . r>..bVTiy 4 T t*v»T*rc? ev 22 :ul ra*. ev?jw 5. r.wa. knrhani havi 

OCEAN VIEW play ol loading the heart Jack. His; '' Rf-MAL UNITS .'a*-;..*" 

TERRACE APARTMENTS ua^ Ev.-w Idea was that East would eventually have to concede | 10 ai DOWN REVENUE i™ni2i' Z 

■rai ESTEVA-N AVE kTRNiSHEn - okT HILLSIDE 1 twD tricks to dummy’s spade ace-nlne. Bast won the cairfield n. cm* ■ ™iui< sii.i.»ini a r>mt rnur 

1 ledCikn “CI»T Jf' IY;'- heart lark with the nUM>n and led the snade niieen A 1 rnnrtmon and rnml iTM-nua tcaka „ ^ . niu, ea-ner a aulU Uv, S"™' ''™* •r™"*'- 

Ob uia Eapianaiia naai »iuj»» riiy .In. SM Rv vAb* EV vaaa neari jacK witn me que< n ana lea me spaoe queen. „ j„u mteraaimi in tJuS. i Mre. w. wmaiiry evassm. 

SEWLYnEcoRanin i Riiiais which was allowed to hold. The heart queen took the makins mom-, w. »ui aiu trad, ouui.,;^h. Mrm ; 

i.sr»rijua 4B iiMB aparoBifa w arvi bBin. haB^. ist SO im iiBiiaa next trick and then East produced the carefully pro- 

;ia.fly rrx Nu<*,___iL«fil ob (IRATWA _kerved heart deiiee Tn .Cniith-a hnrmr he fn..nd *haf firlT 


tT/3SE IN 
4 RFrN-TAL UNITS 
$10ai DOWN 


served heart deuce. To South's horror, he found that FULI., PRICE $14,500 i mainiaiBBr iwm. <m t mew auad. 

he had m.nn the frUL end \A,’e.t e..de .h- 1 ,.. ....« BBd a rMd Su? •' W'« .TfTlBi A Tne. 


|.k:«i Bill. miiaiandlBo ..tnle vk»a -riraairMiTTiSir''"'' ouum 5 norrur, lie louno mai 

ri; Sf-';75'\--^-i*-'- -— *D'> • "v^iy West made the last two 

I .J aii.^t ev t244i. kv :•«*« 


Mi-r I :-.W Itncks Wim minor .suit winners 

icac-t Wall-to-wai' i-Bro«t ^ •!» rAIRFTELO. I'PPER tH Pl-EX. IM <A atU-UcClurt Byndl 


aiRLSTIE POINT 
AP.VRTMENTS 

OPE.N 

10 a m. to 10 p.m. 
Every day. 

Rental Office 
Phone 385-0611 


drapta CWBPidab I hemann «»«, Mi. Ul BviaWir 

rv^ry luit* h*a a balcony fcta- ^ cR^itrs. 

tatur aprvica ■.-$* many mom fk' m. aervjra _ - 

iru til mua Ihli Uia v*rj ulUmaia CL41SF TO BnLni!40S MODERN 
in apartmrtt Living. Rpntala tram j ht^drm aida-bx-aidr. iH^rir iii<iva. 


Byndicata Fraturai 


fall Mr» \ R a»*H ^4 nn»» TV 7 laa* 
or EV'7 911V. .Nrwulpqd Rfally Ltd. 


I y'uil tmgk tViVsM bMi-.- 

'sn> tmb I. a MB .n-TI F;.SQUIMALT 

I mainuinvd horn* cm a niP* tirvet. • . , . 

• rMd h«* at tl*w Terma A fin*. Urgp. ‘-mgnkm 

'Lim HxImmL EV3 S53I1 Thru hall plan<wtih Ursa SC mji » 

Flnannal SurN'ty Ud. KVA MOl Thi« auit* ti quit* Irgjil arH wi 
__ ■ - . — hulll U’lth hunealow. all wall* pia«- 


unn. Tg virM pim*# caU 


frig, plrvtnic hmi. 


HOUSES TO tlNT 
UNfURNISMEO 


MORTGAGE LOANS 
ANO INSURANCE 


MONTREAL TRLST nxMPAaNT ATTRAOTTVC 


IdS^Qbn or SM-HU 


S rx atprtr 
V 2**721. 


.siDE BYsinF m;- 2a\D MORTGAGK LOANS 

I«,aln,.... I*. -I „ ^ I rBp,.c,. pKfVATE FUNDS 


(Flumlird fw Mito waghn AvailaNa . 


WlTMOtX BONL'S 


360* panoramic View ,HW»Sr'’l'>UPl.E-X^ completely ** • tun* durtoBtd and rtBaonaSla 


GRCX'F'.RY .STORE I 

On 5 h«a mth auii* hir nwrwr In 
I anra rapidly iti'-r**aing in vaiu* *1^, ** hr 
Opourtonity In huv at a Inw pne* JTLa JJj 
W ith gr*at prsiiNitinl hr Ih* futurw. aJr gui 

Asking Only SlO.riOn 

Un. W .MrKpaif*. EVVMll MARO: 


LOOKING FOR YOl'R OWN 

BUSINESS? 


i*rrd. haa larg* l.R. twin iia* Rit. 
fiftrtxir kilchirn. ahiiwrr nnrt loilpt. 
own rntrqnrp ranted at M' mh- 


RC. LAND 

& Insurance Agency Lid. 

123 Government SUr«t 
flianm iKfieri in 
Vancouver and Ptinc* Georg* 


iv. Dr m earaee. leiirg# fai lot. rYM'vrrtJV i r\rfv/' 
Call Bi# few mformatkw without nJ»- nIcHy iindvwped Cl'>«* In •'hrt>ia ->4rxi 


,^'*>■1 of fwu m 


w High I..an*i $^000 DOWN 
[« 1 tin>at*fl *w tJ* (-,„ handled for r»«» . 

Wa>«lina(e>lv lAUlI ^ .. __ Jl. eaBBktaa Tnia AllrMlta* at 




a'lircn and •idinf 


Marconi, t,.,. ^ ,r»,>,anlmimf tmlv. hungahm' ,•«, S nvmiha old. I* 

sa*SA4] aiiytime. ^, 1 ^ Brown. f$ef. »44 4>7t ""uale<i am ngsl all new htamea and 


MARCONI RKALTY. m VIEW 


See Vic‘ona har ih# flral tim# '>:? Shearwater IHd KV *447 


Bum iha utaarvaua* Deck *1 

BICKERTON COURT 
230 DougUa St. 

■‘Every SuiU a View Suite'* 
OneUedruum iuiiea. Ill* 


UPPER IK’PLEX. iA*. HI^T.' inunMUtely. . 

frig eierHnc itoxe. availaHle, Dec. i \ rfDRM Dt’rteKX. MOORR.V. i wiltout peaaity 
L tno OwmberlaliL EVV129&. .newly demnated. ckwe tn hue. ahrtpa j I CAR L'SC 


:nnWTTic»l*d and rewirad Rtiwe. inieretl coat ctiargaabi* only frvm' 
Cloa* to tnwn and bua. AvaiLabIt th* data of loan to iha day of pay 


Rt’siNFSS m.ncK 

IN CITY CENTRE 


newly demnated. ck>ae tn hue. ahrspa 1 I CAR L'SH’ALL'V OBTAIH 


" >*wjr be paid off anytime Fir«t>i'laRa rimdltlim ihmuthoiif 
I f 9 * e '^h-Fwin* exeelleat ruunk F.** further 

ufV'u^ u OBTAIN A par*»ru 4 nr« piaai* W H, Daviei 


—mTArn A»i«T—J EaqulmMt AvaiMht* i HIGHER PRICK f«C jmur 2nd nxwi- ^ EViMIl Mvljme 

ESGy^ALT NEAR AR^. ^ ^mm Ua^elv WT MreernenL VICTORU and " jl* J x 

Ow'>l>’n Wedman regmrdlnf-t^acjero. Youf document can be ^ rPFPHE> 


.heater. ITS CV 3S3m. 


Ohe aiynu and at her rmUla 


rMlmv Gorgd Rohd or colored piumbiag and appiUncea SIDE RY Himi. 7 REOROOMA 
. .. . it:y.u....B., twu eiavatur*. cuvarad. beaied. year- view loraikin, autitmatk beat. BB- 

Craigflower to HiKhw-ay „mmi« p»*. sbb uunsa ev _ 


anyraiaed- fnr immediate laia far, 


REOROOMA • RTTHyrr flOMROLlDATED LTD. naah ailhoul ohiigalpm, or I anl]‘ 
k beat. ‘ ' •■' - - --| arrange a loan agamal iha dam, 


lA. Turn ri£ht at the ligns. jnd nxt P Brsyrt nonts.' ^, »rru./Tiia 

•Wl. .BBBBry ■c«l« ^ (Yll nnn Col. 


Only 0 minutes from 
City Centre 

Another development of 
C:onsolidated Building 
Corporation 


Monlrefll Trust 


-iTL* MiF.ia.BA kiAn , SiHt'eM I iwidgirm. CHI ranee. Cod- 

plIHl. CoBlMkrt iBlTBIKt. BUB Hop , ^ 


P'nr apuibtraeni lo view, ph>ina 
W Thkime. Uenrrai Manager. 


■BEDROOM UPPER DUPLEX. < 


ZSn ItauBlu S«r«L EVl iili | .le-irlB kii.-h>n. I<a GR »4m« 
Sorry-XB Ctuldna ar P«Ul Dl PLEX kXWt REST 4 RIXIMS. 


"BARGAINS F'OR 
TENA.VTS'’ 


Dl PLEX kXYR REST 4 RIXIMS. 
UHl Art*m Sirae4_EV 3 9 * 44 , 

1 jTRTkiS^LTPKR^nrPI.EX, SEMI- 
‘furr.iM. HI* OirA. EV 5->«5a 


m HROAnWaT .Sr » B«lrm; 
h.«M, llvlB* mnra with KP. aitv ' JT eirCTBB.t»llc*. 

i RE-n.NANnsO A SPECIALTY 

arilTh? I ‘7'*3T MORTCAdES OS .SEW 

I OLfER HOMES I . k.sO 

M RUTHS' * “ BL'ILDISG MORTOAOES 

•” 1^' VACAST LASD MORTGAGES 

C,n-»rt RmiUI rhs.1 OOCSTRY MORTGAGES 

KER A STEPHE.SSOS rjSnTEO Ol’LK ISLANDS SALT SPRLSO. 
*-« Rhioehl/s. SI SIDSEY SHAWNIGAS. saiKE 

EVAMU LA.SOroRD, METTHOSIN 


CER A nrPHENSON LTD. 

DON'T MLS.S THI.S 
OPPORTUNITY 


DOWSTOWN HOTEL 
HI rvicna il fl«urii, 3 fiorea, 
oilier but Bound, aith itrw 
wiring Requirev decr>r*|lng. 
but puiced in aril at 147,tmi. 
Call K. de Monligny. Phim* 
BVIIon Cokmj Raaiiy Lid. 


the )<•! 11 nK'Cly iBfida aped, It uffer* 

— --- LR. Mfparate dining ruum, ipa'-iidj* 

kitchen atMl TWO REDRikiMA. 
Oil o .Malb- healing. Full baaemenU 

F N. CABFXDU LTD. »L-si*rE <.,po.i. 

J ... E-.ruT.-. Asking Price $1 l.niio 

1212 Broad St. LV-07ll4 I'lihaat em Vimm, EVIa*^! 

KaiHblLAhed 32 Year* 


LARGK UP Aa\D-DOW,X 

'OWNER TRAN.^FPrRRLD DITLKX OR FAMILY 
, UPLANDS B0RDI-;R OR GUEST HObMK 


M ta mvaT^ SsSeT tf DONT MLSS THIS DRuoGifnp >mi merth^irs, uplands B0RDI-;R OR GUEST HObMK 

purtlcukaf drcuhutAAcn OPPORTUNITY e'i^abliSbe<r*^ar«w^*d Plaaa, ?ia- Sig-newn aemi bungalow ImatH (W .Hce ih • KpackJinf and i|vi*ie«i 

RrFT^urfun aanrrtAiw iwima If voy ara ih* n^. w* will tree lined ttreet In Ihia iKeferred h .me txla) iml yoa will fall m 

?iii«T FXU vluF CVITTACKS' Tw« hava two rinanrially bt e«tahiiata yoo dlalnil full haaemrnt, la^drA in* with rtin-iua alm.«phere .•( 

Avnra nruunuv< \ ^ iViT »>Hr>«ni8 and iwo haxe one bed- m a ti»al a**irv In gnwring (Hatnrt n»*n oft large family kiichen Taxex the (Md « ind appeal .>iaa(-|>.ua 
lui Bint nivn featmei ■ living rwan. Write Harew«J Eitaiei Ud . PO.I^' »3» gmaa RwH 1»44. Ftdl prt* ™rv e nurnt I, large l.R nod 


BUILDING MOR’niAGEX 
VACANT LAND MORTGAGES 
COUNTRY mortgages 
GULF ISLANDS, SALT SPKI.VG 


SIDNEY. SHAWNK3AN. «X)KE ^ 


kitchen aful halh, 1/3 ACRE iiF !**& 2*. Nanajiiui. fur particular-* <* 1*41 Full price 

SKCl.l DEM GROUNDS tummndtnl phiVie Mi Wilfcrl, enlle«t. SK 4 7n*0 

N) ireet' rVtae I* Inh m IvhiI and aCw la’ri«k H t i avarton 


41 Full price DR. iirauiirul holU in huffei haa 

51 ',OjO • remarkable aiained gtaiia wind-Ae 
« . . _ . W'»lh a \rtit Ju 4 t i.i are ihix. 

n J, Leverton evea EV 2 37 Mt beHr»».*m or den, al«o a familp 

for further deiaila -—■ 


HOUSES TO iINT 
PUINIIHID 


LA.SOrbRD, MEtrilOSIN A.skirg Only $82.')0 t»-. or Srr««n iuiib hr nwnBT Bnd 

DUNCAN TO QUALICUM Eanv lerma avaliaNe *rhl« It an alwMi tint from two iHher rentali 
Pleaae call Mr Hawkea al EXCELLENT BUY' Call NIR. Thii atractive Inveatment, 


I RACHBI/iR >u»re» wti> all the mod_____ 

ern la« innet available—furmahed or 3.nKDRilUM FI LLY FURNISHED 
uiilumikhed — walking dlb'ance i^ly dernrated Rent 


HAPPY VALLEY A NEW HOME Pleaa* call Mr Hawkea al 5^ r?m‘"M^™nIlLr nSJ I 

"iST'm a^crTtiy ' DOUGLAS HAWKES w*! Jew Dignified Atirmclive 


'VlUBRoY APTS.-y AlRnELD ATParlwmeru Biuidirui and r ev'i-.re f r > 


VANCOUVER Thia 


rhte a 44 -ianmpdaliuti aur- 


rw*en» Ju** *wx u» ’•♦lea, -jj 
v 4 ra rpYwn Vavfalp Cen're . 


View Royal — a reliable tamllp la 

re*u. r wd rc aiMaiea* 2 RR hrene 

»i«h wati rfrontage and metlculoua. 


S17A. .Fort 

RVI-m nr ret. EV S-Sn 
"TTia more unusual the loan, Iha 
Nbjr* Ubeiy i can handla tt“ 


tnveabr EV4->»CT anyiune. S 
, Hargrave. Reallnr 


Some diMTimlnaitng familv wl'l take 
pride in the atquisilHm »f ihi« 


r>»>m ri'Wn Foiir hedr»>ima ii|i. 
W inderful pm-ibtllljea hei«. ttoiid 
trrma i<ni Make ah affer 

Asking Price, I1S.900 

Exr-icixive Mr Len Conk 
EVt 55A& or rei IV 2 7777 


h.n iX •.rbu, .7» BBd i«: il man.h Ph,-- *b I ■" 

77.1 ^ ‘"isisr 

t ‘x fat >rte* nua •»’* and EV 5*741 NK-Nnea-.u bex-urU^__ _ _ 

, .. ran r x- ntar- SEUY |Kl> ' ^ ' « I-*-* _ fl4n no RICHMO ND AVr . - Ev l ,',.mii.e nRCLE NEW CON 


DLTLirX 

Redui-Pd to $18,900 

nmriJ fnr owner. S veara old 
(hi NU water heal CTiLDRED 


iiMALL BUSINESS INVESTMENT r,^.Tir 

viBldlnf 3S-. R«iulrf. i hou™ '" * ''V'?" 

«rBkly ,1 MB c<B.v.Bl.nr.. Phon, V.’.'-' ‘i*" ^ 

c>v »*««« , nivmpic Mininiaina Living r'xm., 

I g.v iKaioa. _ Wall’, gueaf tire dining neon. f'Hjrl 

F(»CJD MARKET. Ill.on* PLUSh»ednmma. iunnjom. two Iwihnawn^ 


opi-:n iioUaSE 

miDAY MGHT T » P M. 
nATURI>AY, r» PM 


Avulahle Decefn*er lit 

HYRON PRICE. t:V V:4M_ 

GARDEN PARK COURT 
UWAT AVE 

N new Mtedrwm aparinxent ■: 
l-A' l-iiedr»im ai I7n Rachel f ai 
•hi' All-year individual heal, rtrapea, 
TkOgr. frulge. TV aul’anatic washer 
ar t dryer, ^aioaprurd Plajgr>*»id 
e.fl hua EV 4jii6*_ 

COtyK AND RAY ST 


_;_ ~~ ' I wt-w- —~ - - - - - . ,MNf-.SUE«b X.ir\X.4yb .s elW CONDI I 

”—“ T jcrptlnnalty *»" . .2 1 Ikm. oil heui. electric rai^c. me 

P-'WgLIMALT >baikWia new ^ RR> niahed houae. full hamt, OH fvir-. garden | 7 *l GR9-3lcn. 

» C-' -ied .- i’U»n* *•- nate Drlve-ln garage Bnmm Br»a. ,- — 

he a' -r. waxher. dryer. Adulta' Ajitm lei Lid . 112* Bianahard St . 3C79 WAKE ST * ROOMS. .VICK 
Kxcf'U^t \aiu« at CeMU EV 5 -n^ anytime and riean, oil atnve. oil heat. Ph. 

NADKN Mwlrm l-IIR heated •u.te _ EV S.*i7S 


PLr.iSiNrr'’4'i. “' 7 . 's;\ «<»au at garkil 


he'a'"r. waxher. dryer. Adulta 
Kxcf'U^t \aiu« at CeMU 
NADKN Mwlrm l-IIR heated •u.te 


>AlJr..x .XI MKTU i-wn rwwi.-u ■u.ie-- „ v-» i»xjwijPTx a nrrxni-v-tU r.v *w 4 j 

V Bj^nM FlyMrinr Move and fng NICELY H RNlSJiED • HEIfRiiOM __ _ ■ ■, . 

N ^epa Elecinc *ox« ani i g Fkjrfield. near park Suitable ny-TH ST. NICE ONE BEI)Wh>M 

In<B.:m.nI Co. Lid.. r luplf «««I.r« ( or 5 "'‘""'N- Irtdfr. EV J-UM' 

KV J-7I24 I Immed ate Rent |I3U. 5’K>-7 30. 

spAtic s NKWLY deinirateB, — jrrM7CTi;Kw^i^E5S55Mirsr 

vr..™ .UIIB. *im .pirmlitf bBili Illiin-J BH BAd nimpui rum or. LBngl onl . GRIIITM _ 

rtHin, nri-..'. rnli-anr.. .1 hu, Itop: 3 BR In SlilnBv A.liIBhl# linm«d- — 


n.-io ... rwm. pri-,.’r rnli-anr., .1 hu, - --- ^ 

KI .trrn mu hna mrr r,ni« >nd t„ rr..,vi,lhw pBrly lor Mr. Ptk IBI'IY '"J *7 114 HOUSn WANTI 

frnlM Dlnin Lv rm . kvjw C ,D '■** "OUJH WAINII 

brdrm.. I»lh , 01 .. niM-clou,* XI—APTS^l J RENT 

mr aail » FMi^ N . 4• V Pa Iga IJlyi (rIbAA n 1 , Arl& id mm^mmmmrn VJR ■ ■ kJiW ^ 

f mlnrll? SuDrv Ld KV 4.wa .iBlirdi., i«n» tu and »«. Jr CI.«b IJJ HOUSES TO RENT .y. yoU HAVE A TWO (IR 

--rTTvii;: rtS’d.r, unfurnished liSiiim S,!™ " 

NEW iHEonnriv nr LCXE SPA .-J" '7;'^?,, __ g-ibbi bbiim. AarruM bi 

riuB BpBnmniti bI rMOTBhlB r»nL T'»»b A Cuunlry Rr Blt y Ltd. JB T.-ll. _ 1 ,., > i»» 4 «. rtaiTlWMrB IJ, 

r. l.undrv rB-.iBJ'W", niKAl.MA Atl E*JLTMALT RD. iXIS^* AVTt - ^ XhrHWn* » EV 1 lUt. NMilBad RMRy 

and narking faciiiltea. - - ^mla ^ i i « « i iMaiF-tvi *A.glk] h#e 4 *-*aw huuee Rio^n w\hh ^ 

. d^wrr^ at*** Di- Mn*« Vai *ir.?MD.^'*5?r^ii^iat R'****^ Idteben [p YOU CANNOT SELL 

_ •aa.wiM warm |w> ttange. *39 aw iwas ^.w —■ hwaaimenE wlib auto Imbb« •». rbIim 


Pay f’i.i .xuilNii. oak ri’Mire. C bedniiifn 

, lUlta prnl. lor ilK MONTHLY. 

CAbH TTna wai built a« a triplex hut te , 

y-OR * legal duplex DISTRE.SS 14/ 

B .S.AI.E ajvi a REAL BUY at thu 

MORTGAGES pr^re MR-i SIMPSON. EVVC41 _ 

XND Vafhweater* Secxiri'lei oi Victuoa , , 

AGREE.MENTS _ ' 

apartmen-t block 

are rwreixmg frva ih# aaw .4 >.«•• Vae here li a I n-wir A-1 a»i»pe 

pruperty into an Immedlaia lump ul biwde «nth four Mu'ea NO 0>N 


Price $27..''i00 


exchange real 
ESTATE 


2 BKf>R(X>.\LS 

I Call R F. '» bra.n'd .new: 

Fu l tww-fTid'fil. drive tn gHfaje iiim. 
ar uinI dri\(>v» 7 i) i«k f 1 >i>ira thrMugh* 

MODERN FAMILY HOME i«iiml...l f,< ua.hnr m BM.hriv 

,.,.T,r.r.r- ..f.r^ lll,h .ofin v |., ,i,.« 


HOUSES WANTED TO 
RENT 


ri CidlinaoB ailwL Mft-WW 


* «w4nw !«• Rang*. Pig a«kd I 
rG-i-eted AlW*< aiX RVMHr'. 


T^IlaMaaireuarx lAl YOU HAVlt A TWO OR THREE 

UNFURNISNfD iwdroum homa for rent" I have a 

- --- - ! *ewan4 wraiunc Aapt'^d area clo*# 

.<BER AVK - or^^-~i''EVT?ffi'N'=£ra 
h^'vaa huuae ii«iJUl r^ofn *tJi — —- — . ■ ; 

fpwptacw 'iinine rT«>m. Idtcben [p you CANNOT SELL YOURi 
with (Ml range, biaemenl with auto hnme wc have rKuihl* rliefsta xmit*' 


CASH 

ERir CHARMAN^ 

EVS9TG (INCLUDING 
<EVCNtNG9 AND WXCKKND8I 
lAlRFlELO REALTY 


VTIRSION GratHnua living f-ir new 
owner Square •tuec'i huHding. 1- 
. nnm iia'ee enl'-. f veara old Oil 
heattr« OWNER MAY CO.NSIDKN 
SMALL HOME AS PART IlilWN 
PAYMENT Call Khmld Ware. 

I Vlfrinria Realty Ltd. 

I 71* View SI 

Office CV3fl« or Rec EVSIM 1 


TKAI*E • (;()ROOX HKAD 

(Kvnerx will trade 2 hetlrm n<v ■ Qualiiy llicdrvim h-ene plui xelf 
ba<«-in«*ni home he older 4- * neitalned in-law lu.'i' m liri'^t bich 
beUrm Ivwne with haarmeni • haaemeni State f-K rumiai r wen 
up to >•'••* Ph(*»e M lu»t of • .Sonderk Paved park ng area fe 
laland Horeea Ltd . EV t • •*'•«! ran Large *■• mortgatfe 
anytime. • SlH.iiOO 

Lexwiim. ret. EV - 


laland Hornet Ltd.. EV t 
anytime. 


AlTRAC-riVE I BEORnOM iUIir. ‘-Bhr- I aufvry LUl. PV 4W ._' 

large living fxigm and dinetc. kltrh 3 RKURtDMS. LARGE LIVING; 
e-' bathporwn ix 4 i»*d fixturea hire f'-yim. d.n^ie. fclirhen and hathrm. 
tH:< inriodlAg garage Adul t fridge aiul te n• Adidia Ht! Dee 


o4l heal. Large garden, 
mih. 

Dmla** Reidal D^' 


Ipr .ng u> rent Pbnne Mr Kren. Ba*#* 


WHY PAY TWO MORTGAGES 
when (me will 4*7 Refinance See eid 
nkktgagea. agretnita tw aai* 

purrhaaed. Maafwiia amounia wun 


VANU04 VER hX* VKT>>K1A _ 

'3-year-4«l North Shore r-aitwvy Ira OAK BAY 
I dtiumaJ home uf 4 hedmnma. 2 bath , oLV't * * .V 

riaww and den. 28-ft. living nawn.' 

Separate dining ruM Vale* 13«» Immediate Possession 

in exchange for Virtfia home 


IN HKyNiHK ( HRlSTMAA 

$12,900 

'$f<')Of» MTi;. AVAirwXBiJ-:* 

Leech A .<(an(a 
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1 n .11 InvBiliBy r» Ltd.. KVATIJI. minimum drlmy. CbU 


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KER A ^J^KNAON LIMITED ' hr dupin. by r 


«ily EV J-354 Sh«»relln* Apart 
meriia UUAi llBghway_ 


Av m OmaO, 49* \’»no.*iX9t Sl . 


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f Hg*. Venetian ' hitnda. heal. TV (ipre« ng rmin. hedr>Him Klirhe*. full bwni <1U fiMxmty. ad 

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rv 54x19_ _ r:i • namth. EV 4 a 4 H Ml TIiLMlK AVE, 7 r»R»oi 

CU 94 r.'lN - WALKING DISTANCE EXCELLENT. VERY LARGE 3- at 'ear of atnre fkl range Garden. 

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bath. S&Q OKI. 1 Kitihenatie, etec aduP* -w r-mpie with new bahs. All Hlandsarl St EV any vne ^ 

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OFFICIS TO IINT I 


OFFICK SPACK 

4ii aq ft In Protexikeal gilding 
T«Mm'* Cuuidry Shipping *T>tllrr. 


TOWN A COUNTRY 
REALTY LTD. 

1 MORTGAGE DEPT. 

I EV 

^ mortgage loans 

Pim aR'kngag** available up la 
tlEM al rurreni iniareai rmiea 


TOURI.sT HOME 

Gracinua /dder hrene tn preferred 
area Fulls eqiapped and aperaiirw 
Full I»nrp $22,500 
Call MR.S .SlMPWtN EV 54741. 
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Lid. 


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time Mean A Whyte Oak Bai offer* for ihia welllwated . » ^ 

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VI/BV ' ariF CONTAINED-- PTILL REST OR SELL EQUITY 4 - noCTORS OR DENTISTS. We hex# 

ii'^lrir ^auiMi Own kitcrten ' and GHOUM) ELOOR - 4 PLUS R(X>M ^wrwaa ftnlehed haaement. modi* Mrge .dn.a available wiih *s«n 
w.ir«l IWBI Adult, u: » '“"i. VL‘."* li. "T Bni trxm : >.ld In Kan Dan I l>r.»nl bu and ^ a U» pr.d^- 

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a Hiantfiard U CVbgni rt—me UT kW Maa4 


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ttrmean* to Jual take your liaiing 
<r a nmai-ientkaia member nf VU-- 
teia'a larpeat Real Eita'e hrcriier 
age who will exaluale your pr«*- 
perly fairly adveniie K i* lia br«i 
advantage and aeK il or trad* it 
$•« aa a inerl^ weert Feief ^a 


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f»;Mnpt*- M.kWtaina lUn’LEE H<> 8 PtTAL niSTHiCT. 1 . GfHlGE AREA 4 7 Bi^. ^gwim 

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Thurman loveaimem Od Ltd 


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operatKW of an the atafT tn Van- •’*“**' 

eBwaar laland'a largmt real e«iale An e^reljen* '^pie^unitv lo buy a 


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.Me teratt. Uiacuaa yuur habbcdaF pra^ 

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ISO NOUSIS FOR SALI c«ii Mr. Hra«ti. iv Krnn uii 
ADMIRALS-<X>ftGE 

KL4 73* 

3 BfDROOMS Everw a w In Ml area la very pmu 

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you Imagine Ifaa fui* ttttle raaw*i >ir living her* U a g>‘ 
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KKtR N AIKS - ONE BEDRIIOM - 3 ;^---- VACANT . MC HrTHr'sr ST - W »T FNl M OR OKTICE 

• m-eirm auite. frig eiertnr ’ange. xEW—1 BEDRM StiTKS AVAIL- . «««-• tMier an (Vwernmentiairafl oppoaiia Putt 

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ti (am i«eh inHudex oinrk. furniture 
fixiuraa ami eguB^nen‘. Vtrxuiia 


itui iL gac . LTD 

Inienni flnanring-builder'a loana. * 
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oppoaiia nai gagea aad agreenenii purrhaaed 

aAjCUTED Bl'ILOING CREDITS * 

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KRA.NK IK MM 
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'jf their wdavd t| la an .mp'if'ani 
raaw*i >ir living her* U a 


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ra« With Mr rt'Fver EV 

BAAMCH realty LTD 


CONTEMPTHtARY BEAUTY 

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GENUINE MONEY MAKER 
17 SUITE APARTMENT 


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menta and mungagea purr-haaed »>r • .f laiond Hornet Ltd. anvime. 
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haiemerg with dnxe-m garage .i 
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nagvr m* LADY WANTS RE\TCNUE PROP - ■■ ■ 


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LANr.mRn 
« ROOMS 

frar*'* '•ungakna lh«aa «eara 1 -amt 

•Idli-level living rwim -dinlnt i an 
I hrdrrkvna. ■ nanr*d PambrAa «iath- 
t'evr rah el«r lairhrn pkg 
f'iniara. dnvmin itaiaga *niii ■ 
tha heat huv anvwhrrr Fall prir* 
1*1 Ml with II MR nr leia 

Kaas' larma 

Mr Audhury. mat GR k-1R4 

cARnKN ernr 
■ ROOMS 3 I>OTS 

Ruharap’ial hnone In 'A1 rraidiiiofs 
|,ari* iivsfii ifwan wiui KP. dini'ig 
r-aom iina hedn-m new PrmhriAe 
Isalhr'wxn. cnlfa^ed lixiurra 4 hrd- 
r-wani up. <wh eler klNhen full 
Miaameni H-A furnare Thit hint# 
|i an a tpar^'nia nier-e nf 
12<r*lSn‘ Kull prua fwWv 111:* 
aslih raaaruiahia iknon pa.^mrnt 
Mr. Sadhur), evta GR 1-1^1 

GONZALES 

4 bp:drooms 

flveapli'ViAl lamllv home In gn>a1 
a ea Mfflerr Heilflr kHrhrn nr't 
fwunihir^ winng. auiomaiii - i\ ful^ 
n«r« in fun mnrrvif haisemeni 

! apie heamrd dinmg r sran and kd 
li'lng pnnm wnh Mk ftnon 
Lak 'alir ai IVSnn «iih 'erma. 

.1 Civer av#t. EV IVW 


KANnALL S LTD. 


EV 4 »V» 


RROWN nitos. 
AOKNriKS LIMtTTOn 

1125 Rl.inshnrd SirtM 
EV3 8T?1 PAY OR NICHT 

LET.AL DI PLKX 

fTxrf''M'aial 1 )farA md > nedmoma 
tr «J41* J in iJ** nihrr Ea h r-sr.iaina 
LR HR 4 pc ^ 'haih. ulira-mfaJrin 

k:*rhan *11)1 adlnining UllUI> k'Wvir 

l.M «q P. Oil haa Vnartlt AouMa 

garat" 

$24 V» 

t >r apfuin'frrnl 'n \tm* rafi Mr 
-II Rea KV3iifM nr Mr ('isre* 
mas. Ra* KV >2170. ulfica 
EV 4-II7T1. 

FAIRFIELD 

OIL IIorWA'rcR IlE^XT 
THREE BEDROOMS 
Warm nmfial In ihe immmulala 
K\M1I.Y ^4:MI ftI MiAlnW wnhin 
• lit' walkirat diataik-n iit> rent re. 
AtiMiiive entraiK'^ Ihnaigh hwll o> 
«>B-> m 13»i3l iiumi rum wtih 
fi «■!«<> OurM'iiaa dimag ru m 
SihtU k'amiis kirrhen «Hh ka* -<4 
ruptkwnli MASTER BE(>ni>>'M 
aM halhnwyn •« rnmn H-iV H-x-mv 
•Rin pfHl. Twn hnfmnmR up Full 
Isialine'nt and mp farntf »■ ikia 
knth 'Atv hi Tain im iwi. Pfur 
13.k» *mfi 

iio.rio 

Oiji i^r/inrr mniiMiuJac 
BVMm aJDdMna 

YOi^R CHOICE I 
GOHf’.E MIA H0MF;S 
SifiijO DOWN 

pull hv e’owa’ naT'.rnen m atirel 
Vny UM-cafAPrO 1/tTS li ar '■« 
Wn, mh 441 and ai rm THRF.+. 
phUP-’kiMS ailrai-uva mlrar-v 
ImiI m apari'aM I.R vilh raoied 
tienrtr- firaplare DR wiih tltding 
faaa clfwi In Aik DUCK Baauinul 
ran e|er kik-hra Fiil htgk dayliftit 
iMxrmeri* with na«hrd Ir plumhing- 
■ n1 hit extra hetfnionii and 

txi'iigMa rvan fV4>M heal Prive in 
pAiMga Trima P ^ d-mtk 

Pncp 5n.9f¥^ 

r idew raiii r.F.ORCB THMHVR 
tfiR. IM. GR7 7nL 


LOWK.'TT 

DOWN PAYMENT 

ean ha arra’^ed m ih# 
frdlmxing prupari-ai la ba huill 
hy kaiagi Coniiruri.ia 

• Anwli rrearcni Loia 11. 

■ Mrndararm Rnad-^Lnl I 

• Emrr> Plaea-I.n» H» 

“ Cardiff Ptara—Loll 4 and E 

• Morumar Sirrr* Lm •. 

• Spring Ridta CraaraaL 

• FiPh Straei 

• Araadia liraat 

KASaPI roNlT. 

IMC'.bl 


MODERN 

r'Hintrv llx .If tn a pic-iuraaqtia 
aeiing awa fruin llw nmae and 
•rr g. >et f-iewe In uiiilnei Thia 
M idem f*'U' \ ear old -iwn hod 
r - mi' '■an ha x-iuia. F.n>’> Chnoi 
fnax haxhte '--ur "■•n glowing 

hearth. Undue iprd li> parfeo.HoH' 
1-w laxet AM 'hi< f-v 'wiih excel 
l^rf iefiTi«i 'r-oa lixan tin mill 

'111 Peiriaa-i Jl6-3i47 
TaM'C Spiltai Lid. 


rpi.VNPS 
ESTATK SALE 

Tt '• 4v«mpa<''- nmdfm ib*i kadrenm 
h- 'iia Incatfd in Ihr I'planda la nl 
fe-ed with hUH h pnaaemK*! Fwi! 
Iiaaerriant wish drixe in gaiaga The 
hf-etlng ta hM mjrr nf c-nuraa and 
4 h<*rt are manv axi/a fraturea that 
maka ihi« a de«r,ibje Koina. 

Pi ii'P $25.0(10 

Exea Mr. Munm. tiR T «S*^ 
\AT10NAI. TEI ST CO I TO 
f" rnn *oee» FV3«’ 


M'^NTi:RrY AVF.Nt f. 

It ILOCk OFK OAE rat 

A rarntPriih-a is «iae 
hnma in aifftlani omdti>«. 
Laadad glai« dnnrt *n larga. 
fra''''ua lixtfig rnraa rnp- 
aariad If a mnaai ifenmg 
rnnia klirhrn asrad ter 
•anga and plumhad >nr« 
waahar 1 had'^awwi up iha 
' magsae*' wiih a ha^nnx 
run haaaman' mira loda*. 
A'i nrw wiring and new 
pii'kaga CkO-M farnara Va 
ea-i pwieiamn A • k I n g 
H.'igP tall f'aigx Rowe, 
tvrmi. CNnai Reals Lid. 


PY P n r>rn - fop a* r 


ruil haiemer I laan 
rnrafliUP lanna 


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ST. 


tv .)6T4l 


-OPEN IIOI .'K* 
OAK BAY 
.s»r., imh. 2 ■ 5 p m. 
2«9 U.NCXJLN AVE. 


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ST. 


EV3BTU 


NEAR JUBILEE’ 


-OAK BAY' 


.4 (aniii.v fvtme wiih grati-xia- 
na-M aid warmth- 'iiiuan hutlt 
rieti la adrl.t.na to a fidl x:M 
I x-ng rxnan and diamg nam 
Kui. Uiemrnt and ina latMl . 
A -aitfe turn) lixing riBai* jy, and wini^ iiwud- 

w h and enterainmeni ^ ;iiumhiag. Uiga 

•I. .hiMitg. r«an ’*'1 a»ar Int lor ihe children. 

he'ii'«ai.4 *1 a thud -n ha Onlv i nT 

U’Sr well planned fia.xetneiil 

H- L-Aa I I leaiing and n wuh rimi H.-aw ETHKL 
taxer HARVEY >:v V474L 

Full Pri.e $1.'(.»0 
wrn Tiina Yoxi wyi na 
Mea>ed -«h whai mu hiana “Jl BILP.K 
Nil • nflrt a> 'lane and lee 

i:THKJ HAKv*.. **; 

, rajndrN'. :iaiio. fenred garden. 
Cl 4Wi arve-e •uliahir for hnr> 

,/.vita irVikMl auio ml heat. 

. cM-NKn LF.AVI.YG CITY AND 
d BEl>R(k)M RRAtTm’U '>*' *T ^®‘***’ 

<iU>hR HOME larga Onj> 

Irei-d. iaikli a^>ed hK Gracitaii wuh 'erma MR ' YRO, 
lixiag I -an with nh.AMED r.R •■loan or EV M741 any- 
CKILIYG aiet -djeii (imdara time 
'UnKLY HO'xlE.vS dining 
m.m With RIMLTIN Rl>KKT 

■ ml ...ai.r (ira^IMT .SllAJIT ..y«io tXJW.Ni:'* 
COVE.MKVT KITCHtN PIU lin- 

range. (Iwi'ai ■ P/e aniraiiLa rr-K .YIU. 

hallway wi\h Bia.rrwaa and 

main n<iw iiathraan Di'L> fciiid ddrr )v«ne with % ‘>ed- 
MITM FIREPLACE ami ro-ma 2 nimtsle'e imihraani, 
glaiaed-in flniuwrvatmv MAS- ' LR ^ OR Cier can kiu 
TER HEDKiaiM ii hug* wiih NEW <*1 furiei»a 'IKIA winni. 
MUEPLACF DR K fc S 1 h G NFW n.d NEW r^xmwe |.M4i\g 
.nd c|.-flA •"< -x-n**-! nviU'" rv -1 

•n» THRtr BED- -XA* Ui-1 -»» 

Rf'XMR are jral «aa with 3f'4l"P 

Ii^^- pxl rinmela I LTRA fatl BETTY JLALh-S, EV fcCtU 
h.MLHT VAMTY BATHROOM 
larva hailwax make 


VICTORIA Rf.ALTV LTP 

7;* Vie* A* EV ? at45 

pai'u.ii »or ton Cuat'anar lara 

rR A N S PO RT ATION 
A r THE DCK>R 

•e^ f'C a -■ar her** If’xcai 
hav* xV fk-fU-esri thair a dnxe 
3l*di<»ni faime with in gaiagr Hut ima is Jual a ainall 

anil finiihad r*f i e « l-srt xM wnai a4l.ia up -u a ^erj 

Si«-el> landai apad l im'kixal' humf ^ yu will n-A lagret 
Quiei tlreei To He .-.aniileteir law m.nulct yriu touk In wa 

iHa-d *Hm ■ x.ajr .ffn *Iu« la-e-i (Jeckcaied lu-rfem »■ 

A Kr*»l EV4W. EVfcSTM »*dn*an raane n a|>.ilria said. 

imn 'kpai'raix iixing ' arni with a|v 

_m iieaiing lireiitafe a rxaim h*r dm- 

LANSIX)WNK PARK ing a Uililwti »«• appeal 1 .« tie 

lady* plua a fu-shatl ie<reaie<n 
rxtmidettv Iftc* reguiivenrivs 
tgg) lic mxnlam fainilF liMtuC AU lar 

illjiai with jeevawde irtma Ea* 
A'^nctixe family le-ine in V i a la ■ aii|»<<‘Mmeni tm xicea vaU l> ug 

mciiii |••pulal diatiKl t aihtnlral Hogem ai tilt t >HS. xn* olllia 

rniiamx- lie l.K wilh hi* OH.'EV^-htft 
mahfig <ah kitrhen wilh washer and 
filler sisare 1 Iwin aae hatirms -ne' 

i:ee vmnilx haihrm and : pi • t4l*i HAHRISDN .S'F 
,rw», full hsmi wilh rumpua m.>m llAnni. r.u . i . 

and '.'‘pre waxhrm d'aiMe drlva-tn Heie is a 1 nean 


f'.xa vr-idd 


P. R brown a sons 
LIT). 

Jlii Port .Slrept EV 5-31.33 

.SWI.USIO.V 
VP1.ANDS PROPER 

1S«) sq tt -d '.ng atva. •au' Id 
>ra.a -dd •*> a^C'ia 'i aire -a 
ireed prxr(>cr!>. j HKs -w-. flB-i* 
tiiPNighiai*. '4M-a>ed near RVVC. .Ni- 
baaamcifi' ('••mplctai.x aiafine. 

E<ill Price SJl.'iOd 

I >-ji aiMaimiiTient m x.-h -all 
< K L .•il'lee. E\ fc-Si-iy 


R 

O 

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ROORMAN 
M 
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Tvvf;s;rxoAr CO j.tt> 

lit} Gyxaininaal Sl {.VS712 


KXtTXLKNT VALI K AT 


gaj age 


a TRl’LY 

ri'K 


LOVELY HOME 

SL-fi r-n 

T>;)1M4 ( AV KK ARBAVern 
MR.S AIMT-RlIN RV A(7I1. 

-IJXN.SOOWNIi „ 1 

SLOPE" 


■X’ASI 1 ■ 


Undwapad grounda 
Phiine W Smith 
» \ 4 Of* nr liR a .ana 


marivdate halhn»mx 4 nsans 
4 li».n I ir cixxTter and 3 nnnns up. 
Ideal hu a lad> whu does nul want 
In live alone barmani aral garage. 
IHUVE BY IF INTERLsTED 
CALL MY AGENT OPE.Y Tn Of 
EF.HA as m d<awn pa>mani and 
prira 1 frtdgn and i sloxmt Call 

Y «i >111 b> imnr..»il wltb ll« •« ** 

••. BrmI hi*h Biiahlw nf I'a*- *» AlW 


, CRAt'IOl'S 
CX)l N I’RY LIVING 

(bi a heauiilullx lar'dif a|ird >i>(. Ills 
1 ii.tineHn nnme has full hasenxati: 

I rxsxin sixai e \ei> s'llkins Held 
B ne flrepbU'e kalweer lix.ng i--ini 
aiMl dining riaati k.ti Sen !■ axri- 
xxiiioan s riieam The laxei ai« 
axel) mans dream * 
r liat d-w 


• CTTY 

Sluii IX>\\ N 

A »xl o ridei -'-i* fan 
)u* idf upiw* Hillwde J '■ 
n.*x' tx.v'Kage cw neai Ini.i 

\A 411 

Hika-mAiix KV’STLM a' 


MORV.Y 

A- 

•L'lIIN ^TOVE LTD.- 

; * I i» . onp > • F' -hi. 
Siif I il I'A> or .\ sM 

tXU'MT.Y SETTING 
U)\5 lANE.S 


■iii.t 'bc ■ 
K irm-r . 


W^ATEP.ERO.N'l' WI'IH 
A HEAlTin I. \ II U 


PO.ST ANP BEA.M 
l>Nl/i $i3..«Ri 


■SOI III OAK BAY 

0\t: Hl.iKK Til THI SKA 
• RIOTS I’LI'S RKT ROdM 


r.ll#nl lAaiwiinK .ml hJcb qiMllIv at 
anaemuB mraierix home <C vra 

fxld* rhntraly kwred among Hia . ___ 

^ki near Npwtk*r and trnirai ICTTY, 2527 BKI^MONT 

fViera u a wxfxai allrwriKa arUrarxea Vi*». - Im 

hall apai'ioux living aixd dming ■ ICinl, MOVC RifnI in 

mimi. da luxe k'lrhaw with fcraak- ^ tovaiv l-na«m hiena. piare' liriva in gaira.v. fenced Urk 

fast area 3 good heimw^s . In a high loeaiam. I'Mk varM wilh fruit ireea. Walking dis 

ii-e- 4 nre vanity hath and arix. Califncnla-^) la Itving nuaw ianev 

utildy niom fur wasiwr and ilrvrr ajMk* rxMw w^rauru Pam 

rvien sialrwax lead* •« an evellenl . WMrwuw* i am 

'.xiemM'i wilh Imr - .kixM rx'. rin. 
w h !ile«l fliair A-'d fT 


Rewt xmlur in a Ivwna tlw 
ax mcaxlhs edd Tha wnai-< 
hewm aflefi u carried r ’^«g“»aii 
tha "L' LR and TMt and ttxn-e ‘■ml 
rmi C^uinet kilrtien and 
xwmty hathrm Iqiajvrad f ' 
fl-wat d'xr'B Migferata d >wn 
m>^ xmli handle Urge • m)*t 
gHCa r*i balance a’ M ei mn 
_ T'ux rrmdnkai Se* n 

arlllrf !■ Unit "H ICiV EV ATUI •n>um« 

I Dinner -in this modarn I hadnsim 
;hiiinaa with full basameni nUxv, 
matir heal. ale«'ine hn| waier. mud 
em Idlrhen. Urge dining area ^ff 
famtly-Bued lixing moni with fn 


Eiill Price $17,100 

Tn View, please phiaxa 
Ellew .xtgaaia. EVS-US. anxUwxg 

XMAS LS CX).MLNG 


T* s xTeii-iUamw-t hvn» « xi'uaie.1 

agv AUiio e..> ■•!• srvi 

5 ’h iWf^* .'•* *■ V 'X* . r-foes’ 

ai T‘ii* a air . ins I '-ng xvi 

■nd iviiti fir-^xee *-;x*raie dm ng r *xi». 
‘►all Iha’ lesds eaxh* a pa'm nerlfswirg 
»hr we Ku I haxemerx* w .th ' ih ae 
Ias 1 -T««ns and . "umpos rinx .and 
ding aT*a*'re naihr-awi. fYiU |a •* • i«' 
T‘> ''f*w rwJI Jack 7a'a4 at Mk IJ"t 
anx ♦»me 


AhMii CnlpnM 45 

ikuMio. M., Jl 1«A1 

ISO HOUSIS fOt SAll 

A. FERNARl’ A Cv). , 

i,nv - 

«s rs-1 »■ *►; I » 

.CAOWRO BAY 


K\ s 

V'«i rx.n\,N 

« : Va- sn- K H 

I'jdKt. man 

Ttiil Priro XP'-O 

EV 4»3-.s r. r ■ I mi 

TIIEI'IS HEIGHTS 
SUBDIVISION 


OAK BAY NORTH 
NEW l- XCLl SIVE 


OPK\ RFAMS PATIOi 


5“ l.« tiuCSKS UK AKA 
'T KVil'R BKnRlOM.S. 1 


Vlf h. 
priced 
Reade 
iidered. 


frwn li: MO In r.i ma 
o m>>xg In. Traie ina nng- 


ar t 


%$ 


l>l dsr )Nitnr<B RaM*mcnl ami oil ' 
Tvukage Hewi ng ItKIH C'ED 
> 'I'K <aLK ryPKN HlK I If 
FfkS. Ciall Hamtd Wait. Cltlica 
KV 3-klM. Ras. EV 3 HtL 


■rhncslt and ahnooing can- 

$1 I 500 


fiimace EamIs nii'niaiiud cr -urBls 
n lawns shrutw .xoft'.is.x w-' 

:■ xr •sni ’'' N. ■ ••• d<> 'n 
but moxa in and enj'*y jour com- 
r«H'. fall prk-< 

> $22.-“dii> 

rSTf.rSIVE I.LSTING ^ . ... 

s «■ As-IAI-A. tv lAlOk K\ JAAi: I"- Modrrn •lurr, 


LEN KNIGHT 

KV MITJ 


BEAl'nEUL HOME 
43 )R RtrriREMENT 


WARREN GARHEN.S 

1 BEDR.MS . SlT.IItt) 


tkatxa with I hacac icr a id 
full remant baxemerr. dr< 

garage * nice hedr-BHXis 


r i.\ 


f;-nl 


Th- d.x' 


fiirptace Mnin? 


High 


3 imHt. 


i»- w if this 
. ... h-nxf Ijxtrg px'ini, 

iaege kilihon *un pturh. ' poa 
rvWHe>l halh High ram'rU 

hwarmaPt iJ.Tdt d'e first 
m^ngaga. 

Prior $4W>0 

MR.« Rt'TH SQllRESk 
IW* Wr*. res F.V - .'JM 


wl’ix irrmx 


Lnx«']> atuerrx hungakwe with 
ae- 'Ulied sunderk 33 ft living 
r»»n' aitPHriixe Hamer fire- 

pifxce and dinina area Wa)l-i«v “ESQUIMAL’P 
will r-arw^ix ' nice hadrxMtmx 

gcra Terrific rumwix p«m S ►,A, 4 rr»ifnx «na- ■ B 

M.nv .A r.. DA.. r*'™*" ' . T .m.' 

do)is Pill prefns «n wind'cxx* -'ving • dining _ 

Y-)ii muai tea thia while it ine kiu hem with *"zr •>• 
1 ^, 1 , rtined 

jifinnn 

Call IinRlS AHAW. K\ 1-«T4I $i;'D0 

fit'NK Rcti .>;fiELn EV sru 

•‘RCK'KLANn ARKA** 

need id nn> ■ far'aBtie xiavili'iN RAY*’ 

lu .ce her a nanhuithle S-hrd r$A l 

rxwn and den h-tme HH water 

hegied. narl gasamen' xeii. Urge AnegH h*Hi%e an w 
diiiiHt rxaim In inxmapuia’e one Vacam and wiin Im- 

rundltrin. and miaai ha aren. > medcaia pi*>sc nsem. f-xmleul 
Imaii kd w-dh <*■ xiew icrmg axwiUMr 

Asking $13,300 


A magn ficxfP A>i-Hd 1 JH' xq P. 
f.na nwnc-r faniHs H-me in the rn<wl 
liixu.'kwjA sc’ciMsn '( fyirticlil 
kixrl) iiixng 
pancilrxl in 


si-hiktl «n<itil*w^ 


T*',e 


•h ea«' 


■ tvl I -wn 
ind A -I 

Irrni* f'li-axe ph- re- i 
w ih fiivplii' r wall H me- <'k <>R 9 AUI, ui u I ! i i r 

liar olapkinz .\n ad< ■ . KV 1143. 
gua'*.* timing rm. Igr tni^lim mah<>- 
ganx rAliinri kitchen w)lii gisik and 
a -as. I - a l» * £,-* $I0(¥> DOWN 

waa hedrma •«« mala flisw and 4- «•■..■■• 

H-e vaiui> twihnn aiih cotAged fix- hRAND N KW 
iiue*. A warm ir<.hrsi'mall> 'in- . iifsiii,.Si. v 
Isl-ed 4ih hc^lrm iwnetled in mah«»- ' ROUlixid y 

gany artel cedar with ixtll-imch -jAy , -pree-oe-li'-icn bu'-ral-)**' i* 

di-xV Ijj* full _>iaxement Sa'Pa * t-suklin- f' 1* >!' 

(■ iwhnn Miet*ia«e hea' clxats. fy|l 

wHxd'iws aixd reh'-r >>citlala fa i.rumiajs r*ae ami ainh h 
Ige |•llenllai nimiars nil. Esrerv j-j, v*. j.iiwg*. ri*«'f ir 
'iirui' nunh") c*i'i x'rurtem thr>iii'.'*v y nnd .* u*. Rasp hux 

• wl Tlixljk ma.Tifi* enllx landxfWisM p,., •*. ia«| ai 11ia’'4 

l>v wilh c>*nef»*ux - ment w ilks ar-t n .i f' I'ddfi. of ". .MC- 

a te-raced lawT Tv*s h..me - I'd Mah-m. GR’ltrxS. 


NETS' 

AMONG NEW' HOME.S 

' iruix xxtI: iMjiit h-ane in a <x<un- 
• celling Tw«i b«'dnsinia up wuh 
SI extra hedi'v-m and per locm in 
Ihi ull high hasrineni Vmi- 
Xiiiuxi-m, y < liM- II all fai-tlnias 
g.' Hd d-nvn 

Evill Pure $14.01)0 

T-> X icw c a'l 

K'Icm l-A'V3I3.'. an'iime 


MI.NIMl’M S-rePS 
lUFTWATtiR HKATING 
BL.S AT niK DOOR 


I’LTRA MODERN 
AREA 

f\ :c< 

YtXl* U 'he judge' 

»* u xxiin PhiJ s.mpwm. 

rPl.AND.'? ARFA 
HIGH UX ATION 


R4Ti|« 

RcK'KlJkND 




W ■ • eii I 


e|s-*ji\er lulchrn 
I lectric rar-iga with in and 


c aliMieli 


eep'actHi f e 
I It I'd ckr-xn IfHn-fl 
UV-.tmi, FVI’WS. 


Ih s 

Me Adan'* 


.\ -M ning r>'d*i that ta It t b> 

:t f; 

A •■l-si/asi Xing rTa>m w-iih a 
« 'c;ii drawing raised heaph fir» 


L*# hedpswiDi wilh d«>uiile 


In a ni Ml del gtiina ))ewtii«i 
new IS well w.g-ih xnur in- 

■ xfcli « Nescil> n Iha msrkai ’fit 

p.'..perty will sell guieklx f -cn, PHELTS DEVFLOPMT.NT CO. LTH 
Ihe »{>A<-ifwia ewU) hall^ln iha j<>xe 

living tiadn a feedng-of hdm.nexs CRtT*7t 

aurnajiula y««i A larga sens aie 
EV I 7l'J4 din.ng r'^an made hv ■ Nill dining 

■utia Tvan large he-i-oigns and M HCK'H EERVirB 

nice kiichaifc Oxer I AH sn f< .<( > 

m.ng area 1|o» wa'er hea'.ni On i _ 

a well need Ini. >tt]l piira lit 3ni v 4 rAk*T^\nRTir“oXK*lAY 

KARLY POSSF>«IC)N J,lj am^I^e ^ »'*'•’ 

T>i)S giaii.nis inxfu-esslxe Tudnr- yx>^ j y MOI.YARD 

h.ana siiuaied on a heau'ifui csirner 
kii wiih well establisned grounds. 

■p-mklri sxslem aixd ai'ac+ied ttADWPvJ 

larage is nffmed feg guick aak * •‘ArxP..> I 

xfxiv bTiM.it Y Sir pirscmi h-mie Inn amai'* 

MAN fUM-R ^ 

Uige en'rx hall laiga I.R opening ]| ^ruil irei's Srh.-d I block Oxer 
III sjnrxsxn. gue»i o.'/eJ dining psini. f>itai !ti«( sieni ai *Ttx>i5ai.ng ih s 
ki'-ben and ?-|»m. a tiled pmder v kuII lemenl 'lase'I 

•'’‘■'fTi men! M)3dem elecinr kitchen ' 

Oax >1 furnace I'rirm lllisn WsHd' 

TPSTMFtS 1-a«1e lor am.x'ee nesi At J.-weph 

Tlx'ce i>r<|ps»iina and h>ur piece U'h rtll leigie Ihinn anxtime at 3' ' 
ne iP Tha itiaenicat c-mi'a "s «*d hr>l 
w«irr kauling plan4. etax Ivd wa .t l^,« yi.A prrwriy tn BrxW* 

lank* and Is |4uml>ed f*'f washer TRY AND STl^MP MK’ 3 At acred i'»at farm land - U 
and drier Ti* x'rwa this fanniv home jj,, garden I hadrwnen 

miced a- t.H ni«’ please c».niact S. I have I sungs In i-rtiaips, lx.ime« fuu haaemep' horn# Au‘n dil haaL 
C. Oirniih. IV 1-7134 anjcimd. and manshms, farms, lajsinasaes ard s, hf*d Just mar tha fwre 

I.SS )n exerx Hue range and in AEALISTlf FRIfT OF »«W 

.rrj; Siiriuh ) ARRV JAmll.VVS- - EVSiltl 
sell ,c trade up or d-wn deal wnih ,h*asiam Aacurttiaa M ViftfxnA. 

L*d 


eph s I 

i (L'A4 ! 


tumnaim* naaamant. 
ht'a< .Handy l 
cash _ 

3^ IVMAN. NKW IPLIT. lUT PI:LL 
.Ti«mihly paymania. EV 4*ltllM 

1S1 COUNTST NOMIl AND 
SROHRTIIS 

WANTEP 

RAhhii.q. n)ickcn« 

A\n A 

EAMILY 




DOUGLAS REALTY 
LIMITT:!) 


tail Tf:.> (■HA!tTR>4. 
EV 3-4741 


**NO (T>MPARlSON' 

V in iiiia k*xri> 7->*edris)m 

t'-l den (ir 3 hetlrsBim hcime. 
ki. , n ' ir reilrstl iiak'ia 
« .ibiiig tucel and scs lUxk-n. . 
T. tvane IS ansi'insa ihfxijgh ' 
anil has a lull iiawnsar! 

XI h cdi h'li waier heai. Mu 
a;>ai ••n a pt’tf^'Vl'MUilIx land ' 
IB aiwl Kst. KsiWHaiM xa ua 
•i<j terns 

Eull Pne* $13.0001 
Ca)) JOH.S .SEKK. KV S4IU' 


-CT’L DE .'iAC" 


$60 Per Month 
$300 Down Piiymcnt 
$6,300 Eull P) )<'c 
rt.i j')Hi sKtK. Kvsro 


HIGH n.'3NUA.<n-:R DR. 

\TTrV(T)VK SKM)T)'HR 
M ■Irro J-rm x'Hfe* bqn-^l -'x la 
i'’ix h'.'h hcallh.V area. 10 mia tn 
ttwn Lixing rm with VP s-p din¬ 
ing rm rail eie. kiirhnx. 4pr# 
bath and 3 grvxd H-dnaara All enih 
oak Pvaw and sisilirsa IhmughcKi' 
full ha«efnesil HI ItH wa'er heal 
in;; aisl dnxe-ln garage A h>xa|> 
raoranx-mi h«me 

Full Prifv $12,300 

Oii>Ja»-t S W A'vtcrwdfc 
EV4-«k«. |iV7»*l7 


KKR & STKPMKNaSON 

UMITKD 

Fe* Rpourhhax Riewet 

L\ 3-3411 IMV nr .Night 


yv::, 

a (hifu r*«vm ItH- use as a hed- I Hit Douglas Sir**| 


CtAfldence w'.lh fkia !^irl! 

Call anxi ma 


KSTKRN 
iiomk.n lid. 

17-11 LXyUGLAS JilHKET 


BYRON PRIt'E 
KV 3-2 r>8 


OPKN llOGSK 
OPKN HOLSK 

.RNTrULUY J 4 PM. 

4 M M ASHIRGTOh ST 
S-fledrr*3m raveauie finipan. w large 
hinuiy hma Twsi 3-4>ce natha. 

Asking $11,500 

II nm Dcswit 

Praxiew eiaiiari Russ ntzsiimritM. ffc'wst ga.xmeni' CaM ma and xxa 


rs>in. a den a audio nr just 

atmage 

4 1 in ■;! a .vorv ri<nxr<irtahia hueae 
Ifl an axcelien' area 
12.200 

With gc'vl 'teema 

CaM Mia A n NeiH ai EVS^M3S. 
GR 7 i«M. 

WAU-ET SMAI.L, 
EA.MILY AU, 
UKOWDFJ) UP’ 

Whv fiid move them (nio this tpa 
a"U«, «laan oMar An>»m Ivcsna' 

A.»king $10,900 


U'lpp. HiLion I Bay S1..rtl 


EYE APP1':AL 
HEART APPEAL 
Pim.-^E APPEAL 


DITLKX 


DL^NCAN 


/TnJ v a > r% Hid 1 |4 
hearth Swedish r 

kit 3 badma 


dineite 
CMk fin 


- t.ovaly ratlremea* Pnm* sn»h rase, 
eoue !« arje like ntmiatur* But 
'haris x*iib airaam, atr M deru 
bldg F.ierirte rangas a*f Inc'udad. 
lUxlv^ liii.SSfi. lerma Mr S'mpsxn. 
Hb Inlei. H)sisa it like rex* xxriih iah H'^^Tnaii litxaatmanl Ca. Ll±, 
kilrhen In please anv wunxan fruit i-VlTlM. 


c.yl.. Kx'Ci/i* nimUv '■ 'otiaga for the re 

SiGF b> sin« uupiFx 

4 Kr« Hid Ice 1-H w-Hh raised riixate xaid nverlncdcint tha G.i 
- - Inlei. 


Huh )»in) 0.0 M hf.) IV.U 1 .Irt-. UfK* •™l lysr All rnr th» 

ir>nl.d ■! IW pm ExpKllrnt I.-■ ^ T Mo >11. i.rmK If., 

'll,in IXiubl. crporl Tc»l»j'. I>f«l ''"D Jt .'i'« ••)) A*) DP'lfi 
anj lima. 

i Only $19,000 

I wilh I'OWi d.iwn, cw will etaxsldar- 

(•■da fir g’vid 3 BR bungakwx. ah' 

: fuod diairirt. 

Ml. ViM. KVSrM an^Unie. 


KV S34ia 


OAK BAY 


CLast; i.N’ 
HOU.se 2 AURICS 


SWINER'DIN’ 
.S*n.;W'AR I' CTfARK 
LTD. 

BOH. .-iftitim Atrfft KV J Jin 


BRENTWOOD 
PROPERTIES LTD. 
In.'Uiancc- Real E.Af**# 
Brentwood Baj. aC 
GR 4 1141 GR4 1733 


aPCTt.rA. > - lf,liu..iii himt.lmi 
nil ihi- Viil.a» I-.IIP' ll-Ai.t P-m). 
r.mlly-.i/f itiiunir n.mi J-utl h..f- 

rncm >f> wl K*>| .'ppp-T Hplnl. 


1X)W 

DOWN PAYME.NT 

Tvm lf.an-miK Kull high b..fmfnt 


•‘ENGLISH COTTAGE 
■OPEN VIEW ' 
•SIJUSHED PRICE* 


(X)MPAKE 

BEFORE YOU BIT ^ ^ ^ 

^r*o jiwu Rfitird »u bxiy a »w*i4 'kcTwuIi In bia d.>ne hear ixiM'^tiiTy W«»«id 
, i band hciuae and get au niurti li-aa u and m'wa rlgru m lax» w* weaw 

l i a- .u.ui m.^nr^ ___ , Only $ll.")00 


Mr TYMvnai CVKHll 


I Apprcis ].«» « R'-f •••'•. Whn* 

' aiding Uadrd glasa wdndovft. ihic 
BtKkiacai 3 hedranm aluren rmil CTklgh M. feuerd. laxsnA 

feuaugaioxi Urga lixing nana ii>rubs. fhiwrrs. partial MsfegMai. 
and srtieraia glnin* tvnm. tm* laxea. Thia ki a datfripiloa nl 
Kaitag aeaa In kMaJi^ wuh F.nrlisli'l'iia rMlaKa 

waliix naan off Wired yun'g ime il. li t cartainlv diffar 
ln^f4a theia ■ a clASsetl in 
* **' ticxnl lisnh iacei»ikn hall Hf!- 
CRUOle *0^ •-.•XVWN sxiih FP alirav'llva heamed 

JUhl ceilings. 3 tuMroiims, tab k'li'han: 

Call (Mdlill ADAMS. KV 4-4:«: with escellcfii Hi iani» IncludHl. 

• nW larW. l-pre halhromi 

I X'arx lartr aiufdin' luum. aiiat tied 
•’SPACIOirS ; enrage and a rac|iort |nndentall\ 

I there la an almoxi new ml healer 
GROuND.'h , inciiMlad. Taxes nnl> IlUa* gt'ws 

'lesa IKh nexi year' We are dr«p- 
A hrtgM ! iiadrmm Nxmt arllh pmg th* piM-e by ft 373 fur rash 
ai!c-«i'tixe iiviiu; ■-•om. laige i ash In moit'tage H a 
rtei’tric kuuiicn. lui. rtinem Ktinu <h>wn crash la nMrtgairi 
hM**ment and hoi water heal Thta Is a xerv gnng buv fnr innxe- 
Ins A bnnui fd ixM txLre to'l i.iv. ClAw>e tn ainres. hua and ar)i.-iri's 
H'sking Iha grogert) uxer '« aiMresa la 1341 Omsiersilla. 

a'-ie with paiin. karhecue a.Esduaixa LMline full Prlrt 
gk*d«i'/d ibed. aHUa'eg in 

“7.', 7v j.-m. 

Eull Price $11,300 

W)ih lacins 

('4 I HfJ^D HILl. KV 31111 ar 

KV S m* an>ama. 


V'itag* With a set ond hand hvaise 
SAVF Winier Wcu-k IVaiiei KV3 44t4 
Nm scodM Mungagt or Agicegaetit 

Ijwvc^i^ww'iiat* pamnetdi trom 4 W‘3^^RM 

TUDOR STYLE 

Li«* wixera the hcimea aie keetaf a tmiy fiM hnane. dialinctlxa and 
. 1 X 0 aiurce huaca la reduce |aD*»«»M| to fhe eye. gel haa a inasl- 

xeiuea mui*. H rxnxenienre Ahout 14 yra. 

('•'inmiinity pla-mlrg nr4 aub ^id Lccvelv living pman xslih fir* 
gixiaiidi dark ••(- plAiui.ng. pure, larga saoanie dining remt 

Hi ioii fully aecvirad — m ecinvrnlent tcllc4ien with Iteeakfar' 


win talk It mer 

Kiien Speers. KV >-MU. en>ilma 

Se'lutl.m 2 cleared land In 

lawn .nd sbrul* w;;^1d ba tdeal f a RK'’riRKMKN’’r CX)rrA(;K 
inuising planit nr berries li w*xuid 

iais.> ii-nd Itself for (he bulMing uf a .Sparkling rtr«n auPNiiaiir h*ai 
nursing home The Hmse It spe» ll.ew d<MTi. |:i per monib. 
lailv 10 veais nid Lge m-edem . price a-wt. 

- .—. ,., 1 . wired (hi washer and dryer Phnna M Biiieinnaa, KV I .’4hl 

’ r*04 IR 1 fjtiia lge bedims, a: 

■ ‘ ' lerhed gaiage Could eaatly he ne 

vi-rted lain durd Hedtm Kaha aep ESOUIMALT DUPIJ-lX 

garage Fkpen«ive drane* aimiwi 

nexixr trac iiir. grata iHier. dump Side hy side. 3 HKa each side 
liuck included In ibe (Mice lu>u'menta Asking |;*^iaMi. 

Eull Price $19 950 pejmem flexible 
p-Uil mv* ^ BHiermaac KV4.’4Q 

Mra. GreavM. KV 3 1744 enjMme. 


Sirlnpy •••••••• 

•.North Sajinirh 

GOKI>ON UIILME LTIX 

in. Open SBlurtlny 

.'lldtiey GR 5-1134 


$6000 
With l-vat d>>x*it 
Call Leu Knight. KV»M.« 


H«dc and uiiittv. 1 nedrsim nn mam 
n-<ir with ituch* cTwire uiaiairs. 
fViaullfuib nfUBbed rum ua rcaun lit 
kwklx iwh* aerx-ng mr. 

M.dffm healing, wiring and plumb¬ 
ing Views Ilf the wraler Ciwe ta 
artunla and bus A real g>Rid buy at 

$14 300 
ailtl Kt i'-xi 

Bill rnkal KV mil in, urn. 


HARRY 

ro.^TBR 

LTD 

OppoAile’“Th# Bav" 
ITJ] ix'i Gl-A* Kv:j 


' ifl'ce pore of 

Only $12,900 


•‘rORDOVA BAY” 
lluiTiP Wiihoul A 
proWem 


nth sd 


rtiM 


Kxeo thing in place and pnde . 

ri i)i*n.sship II reflected nwim. Ian 
rtxr ugrv^i ihji enira home 


NEW. DK LUXE. VACANT 
FAIRFIELD 3^ BEDRMS 

Tms rie Luxe Xmat Parrel f-ir vour . 

fatniiy will he en|u.ved for 'ran in 4 bedrot.ma^^ tjicM 

, c-wne Immediate pieses4M>n on this 147fc sq ft fins I>ts»u 
14 01 a« (I full baarmeni. alutiw g hedraom*. t haihmwnA 
H'ngahnv Xi'ualed nn level im In a gagg tVwin — ftl 4K> 

[ireaiige am feeiuiwi: igr. living inHudlna l.'k 
r-*m xsTh WW rarpets. sen diiunj _ ^ ^ ^ , ^ 


acpiir lanki 
3>«-acrt ('ark 

Cminiry <'hib with Ixwi pnai 
Wmirn Guaieniee c«i all exM- 
atrui'li'xn 

Near I Mhoulf and twta. 

Tirri plant-exl 

Landerape assistance 
1..** d.*wp PCX'mem If a«*s)red. 

The hesi hc-us ng Inveainicni — 
because of rapidly Uureeaing 
vaiuea. 

tXIMPARE ”011.1 

a e^xniemporerv bum# (eaiia'ing i 
large enU-aiice fme'"- lax»wd 

pxifig g..M S ^e 4 ♦n.e: I^sr ma«l ce»* 

canxaa icwiued sxmdcx k famllv kit and runaisis ^ .... —.- .- _ 

rnutliM|.la nm*u. IW. 1 'iHImn. ll»' 'Mn. Mill .m iiw.r ii.i«»i« i»ii*i *1^ ►>, tm Wilin*. S\'i-r.H 111)111 
With puDvdae isRea nfr master hedrm a^de need some luxrtpg care in the 
... and large Mn1*ck. flaaasnenl ha«ixvay of detsvauag. a crarkling fiie 

I hedronmi 7 haih^iA If* ruir wia rcxnm exi.-a rtumbing en Ptrei haerth. and i«o fond xeixes - —-- 

n rw-ws. « 1 hednssm Tbe paaief rHnrs Mt*d LsnUieg maa* loaf aixd chill nun i 

are In rnmHrt# hsrhsnny and lease icaria rw>c44vel>. tn the kiteexens 


yCM R BRKNTWrtnn BCALTOa 

^ I Prioe Davies Agencies 

55.^1"!_ CR *'m 

SEA VIEW. 1 ACM 
iBpanking na*. uHra-iaadini BhB4' 

, I ruom hume. Thli ta cualnm •'U«i4 

' I a nn c- exAt.' cssse 1 •** ‘*''•'4 

«> 4 BR S OAK BAY 'room swtth laiaad liragdHa Ll'ra 

Pavitblp VLA S*\t . kvvMw MS iki. .uiki htu****™ built la Idlebaa. bardx>«^ 

1 .r «• >«w . s» ‘„1. «.r IS.'; Iliw Burr VWHI « »<!• e> se Bl.rS 

Hna# tn Tiwn A CiaiiHn Chopping mrnl. (>il-<Y-Mailr heat and peaie to t. ar i vexsay sumuna^ wair^ 

On’ie, M'xrtcin weilbuilt horn- I fiii back'arri. Rc-sna are r«w«mv ** *‘ 

rc*>rna oty cine flour, iitfircaled stall and hnmriikr (.Jiiae living foiiin •**'__**_ _ _ 

laild he and diamg »r«m. 4 large rranf.ift n K A U T 1 K U L AEA VTEM’- i4i 

Taxes nnl> I1.YI iriei land Siaiba area, fncid a'an4 


unfinished aillr. _ ___ 

exira hec1r«sxmi FC hami <vO-M api* tirxli'vxmt 
heating <'srvM lermi axailabia 


Hurry Uw \hLn fate Pnaseasinei .an ot limber. 10 acres usaN# for tatHt. 
b£!1!"u '£u.'.*L- V.. S. -A.. 4 room finiahH l“•l•n, l-rwim l»uM 


I Phone H Bitieiman, KV >-:4«l 


NOW AND THEN 

sea yuixw (be prtvti*te «f aeiimi e 

fume caf aupri 

and 


rono 

rono 

COIJD AS A POIJkR 

BEAR STAn^ - 


MiU Michael. CVI «TM an>time. | 

CHARM T/X'ATION, 
CONVENIENCE 

In ttila well csinalructed apatlnua 
S-r>im iixirrsi hiMMtaJo* wilh full 
aantl and aol heal Mceiy land 
■< a;ied an a houievfutled atren. 

CsOfxxalta 


framed Water on hand Open ta of- 
(eia h«aae. dupdex or imajl acre¬ 
age aa trade or down peymcnt cha. 
■idered Victone ar iMucaw'ei»4k 
J3U) phone I42i-n44i. 

NighI IM MD 


111 


WATIRPiONT 

FRORIRTIES 


fi ua euall*' KxrelTeni T have t%en little hurmiewa. ]usl , | ahciiM i 

•I xerti kratfid. The bPaiHi sewra aid. atms.g and ba*d 

a appr.AS 1 '4H» aa ft ww«a fbMs. m a gsacid r*«de*»*.a. Onlv $119(10 

eg lge icinepoe t.iw ' mraimn. me cwvner la out «a i-mm. v-rniy 


sNTARLY AaN 
ACRE WITH 
120 rv WATERFROT'TT 

Ttt I pi'ipprly, m the Aordie ^s'nrl. 
ho funtasilc viemva mar Ibe tUfw>t 


... lA be desirer! 

Full Priw $2.1.700 

W. B. Itavlea. EViMil anytime 


_ (amlly elerUru kitchen ACT .. .n-mhef 

with NiiJi-m ran-e. restful master in jetra 1« «*Dfne and irmem^ 
■ SHimr VSALK TO BfcJktH * hedmewn wnh own nrixate haihrsim. this as 

Thia l''-vwc4d (rti-k bene la 3 sets plumbing in ihis beauty Price important dectsiona you axer asaa# 
Irtn) •• rflirfd m -)> ).«1S C-VW) .>ltA Iwm.. H. 
tafnily J HEORDOMS. MS- ><) ''I** »• **»")>*'l 

1N(1 ROOM. flILL RASE 
MK.NT WITH OO-M HEAT _ 

Full Pricjp $ll.->00 ‘*$700 DOWN 

Taxea .eg3 It'S grews See ihiB l^J'V.N 

xvMh MRS IIMPSO.N. 

KV M74iL 


I T'-Atf fxkd and' fnH)ew bungalmxa 
xviil r<^v y<>u a ihnusend times Ixir 
a iiitic effort on .'uur part. Thex 
■ re listed at 17'-‘ai each, hul xsre 
i think a I.UW DClWM PAYME.NT and 
$AS per mo with a fxtil price of 
‘ gi aiai aarh will protawM' bio asiher > 
•fB>e F.hhi haa a raid living nuim i 
wriih fin-place, tm Tau^ge hed renma 


$320 DOWN 
INCLUDING IjOTI 
654% NHA 
LEGAL FEES AND 
PLAN INCLUDED 


•■BEST BUY" " 
''EBiificld Bi)M)t<ilow" 
Kull Pruc 11U.9*I 

Reduced p'U'a <lua to Ulne«a 
Il til* famil.x A lifxel.x nrul. 
clean h)4we xvith i tsedrueiia. 
hi e.ikfasa tr eexvtng naun. 
e«ild ica Vd .SICS LIVING 
ROiiM flKRPlJkCr. LR> 
INC R4MIM WITH BCILTIT 
Rl yfcTT aman hiirhea wired 
fis i-aiMr (M»M haul fl'I.L 
HIGH H'A.RRME.NT feau'ed in 
)<id with Iruii Ireaa 
Tflxn only $221 i year 
■T).M )■ ■ raol Suy." 

MKS. SUIi'Si>.> 

KV lOlU. 


"$72 MONTHLY’ 

liila two tiedruun oidar type bw 

I IS in rami c-Hn-1lliiai aid b*a 


THE ROYAL TRUa 
COMPANY 


-SAANICH REALTY LFD. . v«, w la'**- ■laii)). ^ “i . 

Ba*-mcnt 

Mexa will nwnpar* most raxanaraniy i _ 

«l«h aavtaing yem haxe aren They KUmpUJ KDOm 

■n .nd I ))*'» ))>► Xfv. Cirport and Sundcck 

aedreiM giad'v Please rwli 

Mr Kteeheiu. KV 3-Zim ar GRfMa? 1150 Sq rt 


Quadta SirPPt 
GR 9-1642 


POPULAR 
CADBORO BAY 


baaemen’ O-O-M healing. 
pKiinniiig tecmiljr rewired. Ihm I 
misa Ihia at 

■ $7200 

Call T >r Asre of 3 G1ox'«T, 

EV 37191 anxiima 


Earefleeil tewwtuui seph auraratxdtad 

IMS*. Iwsr- ftxe rWBOs a»Ui • 


r> • • •w'-oad 4 

t-M ISASIAU'* I «a 
one 


—V 1 ca'ed cm one te w nn-ess cxji-qi 

kufitim. • ;,VJL «.,> In Dll. d».lr«)d» dulrtr. •>• 

rvMMWf - • ,^S» "i? .>^>1 ■>.>«« It-i-K —n .. . . 


1. Iwd 


THE PRIOE LS RIGHT 
$8730 


>rk o*Mi »•».•.«'> 

ing roum. iiuriern kli 
rwena. 4 pce b-xthnwem lull bane 
iM-nl OH hul-aii furnace. 

■aiaga with ’* '^• 

Price il4 

A F CNH.F.^ 

Bseaii.iti nci.a 


rac>ixe riefdas* pvwfoMed *rung 

nsxm 'he modern kilrhen has an 
pAling area with sea view ofisl li^dx 
•u c-aMneTs. 4 le* hathrinm. 3 dand' 
imdnaiins on main flea* and aa 
■ddilkxUll healed bedixurn in the 
full high faaiMnrfi' Drtxe In 


FRANK A 7.1ARTIN 
AGE.NCIES l.TD. 


HMIT ST. 

>E>»M 


SELL OR TRADE 


Full PricB $15,300 
CAIX NOW 
Frank A. .Marlin 
iBiiildinf; Cuiuullant 
' EV 3 3005 

FRANK A MARTLN 
AGENCIES LTD. 

S90 Eort Street 


F-SQUIMALT 
AITEN-nON 
NAVY DKYD 
FUlJ.Y KURNISIIED 
4R<X)M BirNGAt/)W , 

$6(Kn $1500 D.N I 

Tilts IS NOT AN m.nt'.R home! 

II .^M dtnen and ITT Mrutlh xvill gtxe' 

'cal ftear iille in Ihia tvay home Ini 
0 *eais Ju« pmxide he«Ming and' 
fnid and mciva in Twu miniitra 
leir llkvd ('fiftalstirgi rf LR 
kitchen, bafhmnm. \ RR dnxvn ( - . _ 

BR ufx arut srwing rnmn Lot **• OiymRiO 

Tx x.ess please phone ■■ na ideal redramani gem. 

DICK .IAME« ‘('bn 2-4iadranm (arane Ima 0-(VM ml 

KVlLMhl anMime EVfcinql heating and la wired tar waaher 
and dryer Tlie *wfN# garags haa 
a gueai rnren atanee, and Htara i 0 

.SEE 1893 PORRE.sTI-ai .ST J',", *„ur 

I A nine-year «4d. atup o no bsmil DNI.YlinbS* 

I home in an eviriieni lixaimn Hag'Call .Mra Marti, KV K3i30. an'tiaA 
I « hedrma and extra nmm log five p. r. Brown A tnna Lid. 

I plac e in living runm. elec rap hit 

and lge dinaile; phg unit nil heat ...-- . 

tarprut A meiMJte of ^ca-c -TORTE BAAJflCH 

handy m bua and ah^fxping TermalFiar and a half a(*rcf 
axailable ““ 

A^kinz $n.8nn 

PlBBse cmtitact Mr C'listarca. 
fVSTa*! exes. r%’0 
■r Any of due Re^eaentatixeg 


HAGAR 

414 Yalc-a .ktieei 


. Wr.lB 

704 feet M walaiBrail an a Inxt'v 
lliitia ba) T>iere ta a baauOful iwed 
ern leeme al 3.RM P , all 
one flnie. xsiih aiiardwd ga/aga 
and wnrkahog. There |i also a 
gueat t-oila^ I mnma ard ha'h 
The main ^uae it very well buill 
I and has a aiwc|nua entrance and 
thnxtg^ ha|l., ptirartiva large |i«ina 
rteim wVin (hntng area pi rere sn<L 
c'Xt’aw’ir 1 *n(l xvtih large view windcwet nxar- 

•^•'•AirSp. I.ILI, inruiini the bay and Satellite Thaie 


••CIXXSE IN 


Y,- h.v. .,™- A*]!' DRiyiE 

l«ia*esicvm cm Ihia amart Ibednsim REAR WILLOWS BF.AtH 

bungalow Lovely living nma wuh immamlale S bednium home wl'h muM he -anid. 
firepiare arxd harassud floan. aman excegiMiai x larga U'ing roam AAklFIE Only $1 <t.i00 
• abinci elei trle Idu hca, Mumbed ^ng Ml baseman' 

_ _ 'hr aulomattc washer. Hot-srratei ^ Prlfli 110 •• 

lie Ihe Oral la aea healing dnve-la garage and a llna. *nir aai M SM-tlW 

garden wtih all klnria of (nilt Ireeaj asin ^aiTl 

and berrwe make this home a Iwr | * 

!E\r«'’_n.ri-r?jr3ri4S tiie royal trust co. 

1205 GOVERNMENT ST 
EV 3-1126 


ajiofnaiir ail heat ot 3't acroa wnd and I RR baoement ni>/vi,A ir<y 

ocitrae Asaeied fixat ira»« On' h use near PaincU Bay Mlgtmay , * t / •> o Mw 

t*si nhtfka to actwdj, tfnrws and has and hearti Cleat land srdih oiene . .. - _ 

ir'AMri baxe boagtii aoaeher home tarha'd. 'Htta prupar!) caa tic.. 

Ihia riaaa, aiLcacMva proficrty hnughi or traded Rir 3 IR bamt • 

home In aax good rwddential aiea • 

. (kipi riurdly llkd inia doet nni come • 
ixerv afien. an sehy iw< call Alan • 

BuhcdanUal *iwn paxmeftl reqidiad Rict'ln tm appoln'meai, EV fctRM • 

Oourtevx lo other atewts « EV4CUI aag Unxa. * 

Mr. Meamg*. GRl-JflS or GR 01043 * 


M«‘iii>fce Ilf til* Real Eeafe K<«id 

\Ut-U>W.S BKA('H 
4 HR FAMILY llOMK 


KV 4 lAil net and Mreaa |o rh* palm running 


Ihe full length nf Ihe Knuae I .4 
den nr librarv. 'vwi large hedmnmi 
■ nd tswx full iwihmnmi sx*ell planned 
kiichen and uitllty l^rg* unfinished 
■i|ic '(fUcrrlM beating axatem. 
Prire asked. |W ■■ Tall Mr R'ea* 
klnaop 

r T rARELfRT l-TTi 

RV ATIfl 


1 073 per month. Ta view r 
I NfiU at FY'JUntl nr EV KaHM. 
I NewsteaA Really Lui 


.1 


^ree hrdrsesm Pucen bunga- 
ke« neai heach aixH naik 
T^troigti had. wall-to-wall car- 
fxr a ^11 haaemrnt autumatief 
nl furnace Pnnrrete gnxe 
d 'uhle larac^ and niceix 
fenced ku. your dusin 

A-skinE Pni-B $10,900 

rh'M M SMITH. IV M74> 


I. 

TOVX’N * COUNTRY 
REALTY LTD. 
rs. D«M. SL 

IV.- nrt 


FAMILY HOME 
U3VELY 

LAKE HILI, DISTRICT 


••• JOItN.STON ••• 

A 

-• COMPANY 
LTD. 


SIDE RV side 
DITPLFX 


•• RimAn sTRm 

(X R tkn YK.AR 


MAYFAIR 

tUA DOWN 

r. MtHOTB-T 


Tu >nn« li 


„ i-iApDA, TIRED OWNER 
rich' > Th. t.MhS VACANT HOUSE 


Vie itio e m (I’eplaca fJ 
5warm*h amt r*w 'rgi 'he 
iieamlng kitchen la m-d*rg 


Here a v*«j* er«nre' 


••DEAN HEIGHTS'* _ _ _ 

ileamlng kitchen la m-«era "m 'J*- --J ^ Inwxe Mi OT HR 

Ro ll tn isan IM* hright and y*** ^f?,* *"^**^ 7!^ *'’•"* *" imnrwwixe en-ranre _ 

A-wwrfai I wSl^aa NHA S'”** ^ l.r f'yi^' 

heixe ran ne ysjra. If x n». .1. La em Rbwrtanmi' gili'iex*! home Ynu II | 

ai>.« the pewacn' leoani » m-.JI* tir WQ-ma rtevyea PU A a»«‘-s «be -wsuai r-ewiere aed '-s' 

la a rmtirf Tbe 'mwar 's ^'Vln. .AN^a ^ ^ 

lix'ng in Winnuwf arwl 

muai sell fT irade few ■miiar mairea ■» •*»!* ‘eniis 


I rm« each aide PNiJ] kate-nen*. 
ail hex' R-^th sides rented Owe la. 
nftrn |n all rea* name rCfen Cail 
A'an lyio hr apDitntmeni at 
EV fcmt or KV4«n4 anxttina. 


HANDYMANS SPECIAL 

17 hadrsxoms living POem eaH mi 1 
iki'chen 3-r« e ha'h. Full cetner' 
naaemem. rnni and w<«id fumare 
araie garase. remmi dnve>«a- 

■als a* 14 'm *(lh 
rail Hau Beam 

IV 1 43Rr ar KV MT 01 


Pelred Inr gucc-k 
M • i-mC ,.q>i Th > -• 


rawmewi A.NP ^ ^ ^ ^ 

friendly family rw*" «r dm ^ , itlmaee of Evceiicm 

maichtm home hs- * mmplc'rl) Th^«w weaw «" MM 

MA-307L aw HIM 


muM sell fT trade fc'r Bmiiar 2??!!!? 

pkgGY'S rOlTEE PARTY 2^, '^a 'Vh" "L., J*** 

•>.. SKSEI PKTKBIE.N. Vi-H, -T-m in jLr.:- 


3V1IO 

ever 

IIEAP.D 



KV V0T41 any lime 

•x'lxisE TO virr 
$;RA.N.S- HOSPITAL’ 


nl 


Terrifv 

buiWlrow l,arft (t\ ng rum 
firerua's seaU-iowa i-aiiMs 
Fxiiw I ' oan hr amd Baauti- 
fm gar*, n Clear tuie 

Full Pricp $injil)(; 
r>s nmus xnAia ev 

“JUBII-EE 

AREA' 


Friday .Night. 7;,ini0 

fa • m f d c ifee af'er 

at) <i>pii'g ai.d 'tew thi« 
aimosctnew. Z-BH ixahase- 
meiu u«rd and haiien ’ 
r►■me 

Direri line frrm Ma) lair 
a. ss gxMdra 
l^,cK H.ase KV%=-?: 
IMUiSY RKALTY LTD. 


nexmefW aral leawmahla mmuhly 
M) men's 

FULL PRH,'E $13,600 , 

CM 3 me aru'^'me tu *ee thia appeal- 

ff bane Mrs Jean lax^iie. 

tr EV 0 1703. .Nexxwead 

Realty Ltd- 


FAMILY SP$X'1AL! 

$1300 down; 


Of a pew 1 m sg h hmjse beXTit 
'dfe ed hir III «■ Builder saei 
Ib'.ig I'l.s iHMMs fnr auM'k m.« and 
xx':;i ac-xegi il gai dnx«ii pi gpeni 
x* h mnnihiy pi'menla of laJ 
Pur yoapaetf mia this tsen-bedroom 


w a near offer eou d move vnu Irda'tuburiMn kome tar Christmas 
tixis inacioxia aeini-MniaMm a<.( aoM ea'I Each Haiaiiian. 

kxrared r«Uy 3 minuiei fpen iht cen pv 3-0117 or KV V4M0. hrxxitead 
ter uf ixcsm. Handv ta irhmxia and ||a«j|| ug 

ahoPPHtg I' liednsmuk ryli-c#«u-...___ 

(•aseenerd aah-. heat Siareo e\«J, 
tenor large i*'lsra»H k* -Tr-v 


I 


CLARKE A WAlJhAUE 

tlral.) Ltd 

tx Brxjughtxa Street 
Arnwx hxun Eatnft’t farparb tn need of v-ire imp' 
f'.MUi.EH haTI r.E‘*'I1 
f »eM fra«i 


.flr' 

I “ « Ca 

Kxea. KV S-7441 


• ihetlark now 


HANDYMAN 
$1000 DOW.N 

KASAPI UON.>TRU(TION 
» CO L7T3 

* M |>v| ... FV »«41 


This *• a enfa! three >■ 


pcxlTirTL TYKAR-OLD t-Br4V 
r tn large atwrxx kungahsa. kMIt 
|.B«.fneni dMxe m garage Large 
le'daapcd kd Vary i‘-«1 slew to- 
t K'i-w FUJI PI Ira Ver x^rea 

a shit rkww pa)mefit. 

(. er r.R 0^003 


•wter .1 .at HW A ^ ^ ^ 

A ROME WITH fMARAtTF.R ptumbtng. 3 iw-ma di*en 1 ur rum: e- e*.. a-• 

««i a mrw and nuiet a!;eei' Tbe |iua -■•m, »'■' 'i>. exc»tterx' c-irf'd'li.ei. "_ «"Vmi 
m-«letiuied nieru* leaiuirs 1 •irfi»-ui x^alcng HuUr'< e I*srt«a- A-''KlriK I I 


Cl 

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I .* fh u^e TN'F thVV.R PAY 
e c' .Vhe'I’-'n home. .SHA nviri 
gtt* (.*(*47-(f' _ 

1 47 rVeI.A***^ * HL'NROnVtS 
e hsa' W i 

ye-mi S2 'NN' dwin FV 3 

yikR~( Niap'cR !A*XE* MOj 
!>» #T tlx ng. xee I. ant * Jenk.ajI 
m itangf-^A GR%17A 


m-«lefniied nierw :ea;uirs l •irfi»-ui x^ 

a large, appealing Ux’D^.'-a-m r-eni Hide. ll'UXi •i.a- iiiie 
sxi h I'.Tptai’*. a *i.i»’s« q.-e IhiNxm rwxmen' ■»‘d '«rfrs anencv^l ae%iern 
il'n ng aiea, ■ hrig' kiT-nen Mr .Mrhsre; y;v3>7'»4 9 t EV J 

«,-h a ixreakfaJI n-ie Ww- Evrlus'xe 
uS bedcNirens amt a 4-er 

re:vx.«f'*ie haih u h CXtl - , ... 

■ HXTI RES:-* xc a he. duplex Ajm-ai ncx* raiu-uMaii/ Kom.ea nu. t 


SMITH F.V S-Crtl Nne^P 
■Uillies' «if' Vsti-’ s Ltd. 

TIREH or RENT!NG' 

You can ewn a new h-)'3xe of yauj ^ 

rH40Ml\c; smEBYRl!>F Of r»FR ^ ** " 


Nexeda Cm.*' 
sa ‘ pnnpe '-sdav | 
Ti'inr Ap;**.gj j 


writ 


aci' h» r'e . • few 

\ - ra'de" *,»h knni <32 n»» ’o W indings and t-ix^n J' .ioe ■ 

rtONh’, lARJN 111 Vi' EV31T* ^ ^_ I 

All THl.< fnr'Onlv tSW nwtxrM-^xrx “nf^iTEN'^NT ? ^PIL Mnr>ER\ TK'rt.rX. HALL I 

Te-m* s «’ x)Vs H>eT’ •*S'-e»r > <wr Nd sre^'ix t«»pe tein Jexed '•vrx^rpe^f <* rvvmi 

MW wrOE.N EV fcffi:. 54 fr *’l*> «-i»N*har .'•■•ed gerai* aed 117 aon AmA ta cailL E\-l£Hs., 


VIEW rnY4l. 
pciItTM.L IM.FT 

• - * f -I Ra"*e ■ I- 
hed:nr 'u:l 'wiemaM 'vena 
rw>< one xee* old. 31 si4* 
ii. .-ig mam f.repiare. hard- 

xwwxd Iwv* xlM ng glasa 
4«wN-a frurn dming rrMr-i, 
mahogary kiirhcn Rta«-ii- 
inp dnxeam. landscaped. 


n.KAJK REAM THIS Al) 
H'oexPet'.ul c)p^>nimily» !•< s'a-^ !n 
hxjxmeaa for >'airactf Vh' by» 
a rxjuae a hen y.iu unei a at-'ere a« 
***' e' w extra eoai' l^melx 
I - • ee d$ Twsi rw 3 hed- 

c v-dna 'F'<repU4f m Ij' ng nsim 4- 
were hath Baaewwew Qii ‘me' 
Sturm .0t<e« Mta"hed Ideal fnr 
epair bimttaaa. datlr* stude' 
and ase-h hka. Maybe grarerx and 
I etfeefinaierx Very grxel li«afyin 
7>e faU pru-e eilk bm dms-n pas 
ment a lu«' !• TV> »Hh f 3ir» c4i.wn 
T E n r, R fcsV X 0 EV L4T41 *m 
tiR 4-1022 NN-nweatetn .4e«-ur.ries 
V V' • at.- . * 


BRAND NFW 4 HKORM 
3 HATHIIis'M- 
t.lUI FINldllKM SM 
RKDITKn y itllM 110 ajk 
NOW iMLY SlfctOa 
l.'UUB DOWN 

Sparkling with NKWNF.'W plua 
mcee Hxtiig area he xtiur dc-u 
lar Thu is Indeed an »x«r|e 
twnal home xxuh f>E LfXE 
fea'ure* llirougtaeui Gruund 
level enirarue to l.-sharwd Ii'- 
tng dliwni rna, lirepia<«‘. «nk 

C iouel ftri F. ira sparwaia 
mtly-et/c kiH nen and uillitv 
area nedmi wing ■■ spr 
level aty'r r<'-'itaiDiiig kTH'R 
roMfrillTARLl BF.DRMR. 4 
pr-e rntriad vatu" halhi-m and 
extra 2 pc • hathrm *niree 
auar’er haaemen* for pdai ^ 
aiorage aiea firR HI.F CAR 
PfxRT THIS IS A Ml .IT SFF 
pM-nied hand* t-s all whwiis. 
fc )art ■"d «e->fininr FXCt.i 
RiVT LMTt.NG xvith DnS 
MI'RHf -* MOflRF Pb 
r.R 7 IT-N er f:R 7 2130 Of 
RV 0 24ai aa'wnae, 


ytW fW l.l-V* 

I RKtiRMS 

nfRI0TldA.0 AT HOMK 

y.-nir Awn iw m«n' tl0nri 
t w SI Tfci n ' *-^aie rail and 
aee ihH xeell-ii>ncned auslllv 
,d* luxe hrene LR DR fasa 
d*3*s » <ay mw-'- 

hertraians full basemenf. 
Inta >E •nrwn •‘«'’n afnta'iaie 
A H7:AL bit To get «■ fr» 
C^vmtiax. s'art reiw and ae# 
th ■ Few Idas rtdt pi tady 

t;a««' Ca'l Mr K Ma'Far- 
tane tV*y*f* •w IV 4-7077. 

TRAN’^TR^ED 

Ml irr RC.Sid4D 

Itanu'tfid t-fcedrm •■me ■•■.d 
dan .ft rfaam Aairxr* with *s 
m*Wef .-tew*. «m ite fuliv 
ItfMpwwped M RNveatani rm 
w 'h fimpare 7 'sa'hnna dbSa 
m^vs R) Morris Lund 

r.VA-aaM afiNsiana «d IMnd 
H<«nea IJd 


Tbta oxdaianding xalue, tmm avail 
able, hja vei> laige living r'ren 1317 Boiad li 
and aep lge dining lumn. brith xxHh WATVfirnnNT 

tdF.AN V1FW. large kitrhen xalth «^)KB 

IHH HLR MNK and GABBI'RATOR ] arreo *d eycHletU land gesiHe tf 
"-asiec HR noth adintniiig halhr'e>m. ut tiW sM g bnunrt wnieiftsm'. 

2 pl^ 2 nxitdemijed weiages me ? 

hedmrifn atxd •■# 1 hn^wee A an 


b>»th(aise Perteri I'raH'ex ta Su.id 


ceiimi fea’urea, hr a rraxy 
pTM e Ilf «in|' •« F- 

$19,930 mw IXIU N PT. 


it)iea addiiKeial >w4*xmia 
full ba'br-nexia fully tiled 
ineni Al Tt) MIL HftTWATKR 

ItF.AT Lge laiidnanrd (•ARMfi.N dreum hrene aad haxa taeamg 

with PATIO All tMa and many fh-ee tiAtan 

----— ^ UnuJkRD RHJII. FdrTATt 

0.1 VIEW TTHECT 

FVIsda9 OR KV-ATtLW 

iTflfiK SFAFItOifT LOT* OR 
dmr Island F.^reiiani nrnperty fnr 
summer ixr xear round fcemea fta’F 
Wi m nute* b* boat r*- ferrx Wa'et 
laixdaowar <«*wd mada Golf ecurM. 
'ai-ires rhuahea hnni* 12 ltd' a'<4 
ur xaitb eniv y pt A mm Lota Mil 

.*f walerfrnfit 0404 ^neie 'aril 
s anr-t.- t rvt’r%i’ti.-r nix Hepderaon. Hager and aea M. 

LARGK UTI-Ql JKr RD. FV4.nsii 


JOHN RISIK)P 

EVirMI <DAY OR Mt;Hr> 

roRDOVA RAY 
KM H ONTKMPr >R ARY 


AMraeiive 1 HR hrmie tge _ 
and dining rreyp RI MTIS RotW ’-V.*7llv 
x*llh firepit*** daubi# SI NDEr* ^'*n' l-Tl* 
lavelv klluhefi xaith HI'II.T fN 
RANGF and 0\'RN Rarel'en' ga* 
d*<L O'oe to ai hnni and Mx #• 

ONLY $15,750 
innno Tr.riiin- 


wATksrnn-rr vie* i/'SC. 
PESKSvii.i.F r.ERDvts scev. 


r« «»II4I MONTS 


1$l 


WANTED TO SUT 
M0USI$ 


.lOIlN BLSJIOP 

EVItlMI .ANY-nSlSt 


*91 TT'LIP AVE 
$89'^) JXTX PRICE 


VAxroi VFB mi'pi.E WTT" ••v* 
• aah wish Vt retire hi Victertd. T^f« 
taguira a 2 hedraoM hame la • 
d-atnrt near hua and einrm Must 
fcaxa full haaemen) ar a xnorkgMa 
Til l.net Ne- at •'¥ 2 0111 eg 
FV 4A0M. Newstead H*aJ«y L'd 


10 YOCR HOIHE FOB SALE* Il 
a krated In m bear the f^kiard* 
dtsinci' If * 0 . wnu'd esm rceaaa 

• lmmad.a'a p')ea*-<ai‘n wttfc low down ahtme Roy g Hlila wittaml de)iay. 

• "TS: “'A-.i *rii. 

• Ngh baaemrtit hna •■tea riami ^ ^ gjj my m*A pwM gao^en 

leuBdrv tnA Nnsar* _ .. .. - 


■ re leuB^ inb See ^ Nom w^iaan KV fc-tm* omptuwg 

rail L W.tirtaa- a* EV 1 Ml3 sr rvH'4;t AS RFjALTY L1^ 
ica EVS4MD ^ 

IIAULTAIN DISTRK'T 


A’tnptftye naw4s *a>nMd B buA ■ 
li^iW ia ihia pQguiac ijaa. epne to 
hua and aircea, (wa t.R with FP 
mtgM Wchen with earner aa .ng 
•wedi t fwM Wae hednrens. >w*h- 
• -ee«x tan ta^ hamanu* wuh 
'Nsrhaga ral furnnre laundrv m«wn 
!• :a seredt mart/* aod 


Id RKLf.* We anld a hOQse a 
da) lail m<4ilk and aond hattegf 
ga'iKNUar^y tn r/wdusm Ha' s-xd 
'KaguimaJt. Fig Immadiata Bfr%<re 
sail Draig Beil, Perrhertnei Hmmap 
l td rvikijt or 34N-14B 


0* 40ft 


til'201 ce •••• fiahie'■lewra 
Cal r«fr R**-'- E\0t3tl. 
C'oi'WT Realix I.’d 


Pl.L’S OWNER paRTinPATlOR 
•riUlH YOU A SEW J <NR A 
RFORDtiM BA0EMFM 
CALL t I •t’TI.RR. REALTOR. 

ivt-.3a 


IJlNWiWNp KFrCMTH 

Slew Ined.yn artu-’es^^-ne ^ih 

tr^ gresr* px aundaea Mahogarx In FTIAHFR BlSTtaK 


TWO rm lainBnoM homej 

nead«d irr.inedlaiel' Wil pav eaih 
if aidtabi* pease hiU mv agehL 

_____ Fmne^v Aaiyiwiia, KVt-ti:T. .kr» 

es;ra rnnm AiiachDd farag* Pr'r* s'^ad Rnaity Ltd_ 


f^afl f. 


.anrtnAiwd garden, |'.l wA’ 4‘4 JW2. L\ . *430, 


xforNE*' 

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a« my 


KBF.rtnrViM «0\IF., 
cantra Ks* Lea.it 


rVodee numainc R-sWltkd >0 

I’-oe • hwn» 

fNd! ertce HtWh ^ 

larSmoe R*ai 4,p»p«e 


m Patetnra Av* 


XtP.DKO DUmUTtLY 
wde- 1 m 4 budci’wm fcaase m g«M 
owmiHan naw Vie Hieh Act.oa. fv 
naah hu>«r Ki'- Da< a* Morav A 
••xhet'ane L'd 70t4»4 

• ANTIO J— 

hame PuTi *xa letnan 


.. osee AfTtNEY, » LOTA W|T« WEL? TR Cfv <»' Aa- a-aa Ou.-'-, da- 

■ .-e*sge 4 * 0 ^* r *»«• Pw- r u HV ac.d 


'•sge 

• ftearast offar. 


Owrwt. GRinU a Vee t\ >iNK EV 4 7 


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I 12 ACRES 


WITH 


your 


DAILY 


Aik for our ipecia) 


appcnri. 


S^itciafO^ 


111 WANTID TO lUY 
HOUSIS 


46 Sally (DoUiitiet 

TKyna«y, N«v 21, 1**1 


French Scientists 


WATBRKROaNT wanted , 

I a di«Att whn rvquirci ■ 

j»raoart\ %iiii 

anything oMwa^n Vinnria and 
Ridn^^ aiKRiid ha\a 

and a vnaiirr oidt^r 
bui.^itl would )M ad^uA'r In farl. 
th.ft Hiaflt haa rxpr^aaH a prefar- 
fnr an oldw oifta^*' ii ''•*! 
tudi a propfrVN would y.m 
pi<*a*r Qan'ad Mr Slot her*. 

KV J UOl nr GR9-444I (tsji4 dc 
ta.Ai and prior. 

Many Koatar Lid. 

M.VMTOBA KAR.MtR ARRIVINT. 
Dpr z wi«hra lu purenaar • *der 
hHTM in Janir* Bay tu* Kairr>rid 
a aa fiw n«\rr*ion ini'* raxonui* 
At»> ijmllfr : c l-hadnajm (yima 
f.r himaelf Wll ronaidrr any Ijpr 
Ivimr. Will !ix up BaarmriU pra* 
frrrr*- Call LEN LrIXM N pf* n* 

TV a/i'iiiYif Nneinwrata™ 

Srruntiaa trf Virtma Ltd. _ 


Two «ir thrrr lirdnAim himir clnar tn 
•rtvad*. and •loraa y^«i 

H\dr anjhmr at EV --*111, Nr* 
aiirad Rral'y Lid- 

ALL CASH 

RfOUirrd in Uak Ba) Cadbom Ba*( 
nr Kairfirld, two-hfdroofn ilwn' 
knmr Krw or nu atrpa.. with fA«y 
airraa to sardrn r»arnJ.- r*-'* 
Iinlf I1:0HH1SM« cnil W' 

KV PT174. «■ afrf liuura oR7-**B. 
V. R. Cahridu Ltd _ 

tlSOM CASH 

Invaatmant Co. wtil p^chaaa yoy 
•rnpvriy nrrcdlaiciy tf It w 
abtr lor rmtai incomr Hi^ra 
•partinanti and 

Agent Mr HodgaoiL *V 34117. 
Vc’wita ad Raalty Lid 
WANTED fiw Vanrnuxrr rllrnl. 
lARGE. OLDER Ht^ME good ct*- 
diiiiai ai^ rod diatnri, up tn 
tltOOP raah. C«il Arrtaia Grrmc. 
*V 4-*l3i or EV S-Oltt ^ 

PEMBERTt )N, HOLMES LTD 

I WILL BUY YOL'R 7 <5t iBED- 
room Wana immrdtatriy tur taali 
If ii'a mtabla let irelal purpua*. 
Euf tell action call n) ag^ni. 
CUweod Natft. at N e waiand Raaliy 
Ltd.. rV 2-1117 anyUme __ 

MY CXlEirr WILL PAY UP TO 
for S-hrdmnm howic, kaar- 
rnrat opii<aiBl. wiUt oprn 
anmi-acriuaiun. Pl^r call TED 
t^ARTIlEL »V S4T4I NortJiwrai- 
arn darantfea td Virtona Ltd _ 

qlIc^ decmors 
C aA weiilni to buy bomca that 
wa an rant to newcomarf. Call 
Dickia AflMKlaa Lid., m yaaraa 
EV>4m. 

WAITED — 2 OR HKDROntl 

bomr Walartrnnt Caah Call Mra 
Diint Adanii Nnrthwewtrm srrufl- 
bra of Vlrtorta Ltd, EV V474t. 

C-ASH BUYEIW” 

nred o# rfoa>r rtll G EOR t«E 

THORRELOE. Bniwn Rma 

Lid 11^ Blanabard SI. LV S4T71 


11 * mOflllTT FO« lALI 

«, ACRE 
■SECLUSION 
3 MILE CIRCLE 

K Wright. Ev:pt« E Loamdaa. 
EV :-7Cl^ nOlca EV 2-I14S 
Viclerta Really Ltd. 

WATERFRONT LOT 
8 MILE CIRCLE 
K Wnrtl. *v:»WJ_ It !.<>•<>*«■ 
EV 2-7Sft. oWJcr EV 24141. 

VKtorla Realty Lid. 


VLA PROPERTIES 

MwiWnan home. Wa of ninm fv 
nipaiM'NL ^0 aiTT wiiii fruit treaa. 
rail pnea IMfilt 

, acre, no bialdinci. S'lnila cirrle. 
pa bua route. Frutf treai, lavai 
rnnmd IS^i 

aoa lota tn Antral Saantt^ 

Ulilg. 

ftal pammla/a ■« ahnv» pmp- 
ail. plvaie K Lnwndea EV ?-7>D. 
Wnghi EV : MOB drk^ EV S-tlU 
VicMna Raalty Ltd- 


H ACRE VIEW LOTS 
SUITABLE VLA 

f>n|v IS mirnila drive out aceiuc Pal 
Bai' Highway View ll<Rin1 Baker 
ani Gulf Islands from theaa larga 
Crniral Saanich tots. Lnw taxra. 
Bl'U-k loo rand. etc. included In 
Tttrt ot ClBidi Art auickly Ui get 
v<iur choice. CfUitaii J. A. Yeats. 
KJ7I31. «jr R O Rei EX 4-5401 nr 
yya EV :-i]4L Vleuiria Realty 

VLA? 

* Aci'M Flat Arable Land 

With neat riaan 2-BR nMtage. easy 
disianra to SAie). Tuday a Ocil buy 
a> <edy 

$79IM) 

r>* full Stalls tail EV 4-41J« nr 
EV xVM. Aak for Ml Greens. 
PE.MBERTON HULAiLS LTD 


BUILDING? 

Two level aewned mia. each tf\240. 
Thus old ^.nuni rotiase. liseahie 
Prinbrohe baih, etc. |730 <hmn. t>al 
|bi per fnteilh. Ait fast, li t a har- 
■a:n at 45790 Pleaae call R >> Mc< 
Gillivray, EV 50M7 or 5M4JM any¬ 
time 

Morey A .Juhnalooa Limited 


BUILDERS ATTENTION 
8 Sewered Lota 

i^at. tread, neai park and fehooL 
LAkK HILL diainH. each t: 9iin 
aae. flat, (aruta. VLA. GORUOI4 

HEAD II Mi 

Call Arduc Greafw EV 4-llJi 
or KVl^nSl 

FEMBERTO.N HOLMES LTD. 


RIVKKKRONT LUTR LOCATED 0!t 
Pi NTLKOGE RIVER at COtRT 
ENAY. BC aO-n by IW-ri TREED 
l.iiTS With city LIGHT. WATER and 
PHONE ad>>ini PI .NTLEiXiB 
PARE. TERMS TO SLIT YUl. 
Prv^ tl 1s5 EACH ot REDUCTIOM 
If you Rinr MORE THAN ONE. 
>'<M' fjrther inf>>riDaUon pteeie or 
wi'ite Ltonard Th>?niaa at D'ugiaa 
Mawkea Ltd . 417 A KfUt Street. 
V;ri<Tna. B.C IBVAT12E ar raa 
EV KMOl. 


EE A VIEW LOTI 

PLAN NOW TO Bl U.D IN THE 
aPHlNG l>‘;sc out In "Ge'iigia 
I'ark mertoukinf Cordova Rav •«! 
Hai.hurlnfi Rd Theae iieautiful 
hujldmg "lie* are priced from ItUU 
4 • iVvii and rtinvenieni term* <mn 
he arranged Jim G-dhj EV V77>R 
Mean and Whyte Oak Bay Healty 
Ltd. 


O^nne nf |iHa axajMhic for NHA 
m>*trtKdiai Low dmra paymeaL 
Owiiei parur^titu. 

Call Siegg Hma CVaioinideja. 
<75113 


• rOR DiMEDUTE EALI * 

a • 

• rredorlrk 24 o r r I a auhdlvUlnn, • 

• Cnixenuiy diatncL II chmc* • 

• i*iis reieaaad (rum optnw. Cali * 

• EV : 47M. ^ . I 

m CKHEIGHTS 1.^' 

Pb-ouUful ItiL 45 fi fpettapt' 

> immcdjaic caah aale No term*. 

bargain pricn SI.U 11 TEIY 
Gnve*. EV 54741 gr GR A-M 

• >fune N.irthwcotem Secuniiaa 
Vie4.«ia Lid 

NWAP’tV* CiLSH 

Mg. An^e garage 41 MB 4K* 

Call TED CHARTRES ohma 
EV V4711 NrtfthwfateTii Saruniioa 
ml Vif»ina Ltd 

tPLANDi SEA VIEW 

l^u .m leaeh Drive near var^ rtuh. 

• (^■nimately 1 acra. IIIMB (>••- 

#- .,R74J» . 


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a*W nrlllta 9 adyminf loU eoch 
Bfviei' Suilahte large buiMing. M 
g.u»r\ee Mim Preati*. KV 4 ISIS, 
rv’1-7955 L N Moatague Co 

m *<RA-appronred Gf»nton Head 
V< Hal end lUliaMe tor naaemeni 
Wmer t245(i. Lew Modliet. EV 2-7SH 
«e GR 5201. Town A Caualry Raany 

I /4 _ ' 

EM A. LOT rne-TAEE ADVAN- 
Use of the 490 gmetTimani bneiua 
(vvr iron tor a w«rred Ird. hUiM 
AW Planaa> 4 .:Ahle. Goo Yak.iiKv« 

kh Cnnau EV r-SNE 


MOPIRTY FOR SALI 


OAK BAY . . 

TWO VIEW LOTS t ROVTINa ON 
LoRNE TERRACE OPPOSITE THE 
END OK MAUCLSNA STREET. 
KLRTHF.R INFORMATION AVAIL- 
ABLE AT THE OAK RAY MLNL 
CIPAL HALL. EV547D 


ATTFNTIiJN BLILUER.4 4 "5 
acre* uf f-lnarrd land near Calquiii 
hthiiol Pn\ate Phono Heimaa 
Rebnent. F.V 577*1 

LOTS - S0M2I) mw. SKllT. 4100. 
Ph-eie EV 2-1417 --• 

THREE ACTIE LOTN VLA. 
h:gh unnhotrurted VUmr GR 7-2MB. 

1S4 ACRIAGI POR SALI 
AND WANTID 


In the Otter Point area. IhJa aell 
treed property hes a onr-room rut- 
Ia;e •«! It. Ynur rhanre fnr se- 
rlusHei. hunting properly, eie. 
11 234 dowrn. the holani-e at 40 to 
4U per monih at Z*m inlerett FYdl 
pnee just t 2 ..*ifn roll skaotm. ask 
for John Mnlyard. Morey and John- 
Slone Lid. 

DOWV 9 44 ACRE& SELW’Y'I 
Rd Langford. Price 44.501)' 4<4Ki 

Amn 5 acres Strsndlund Rd. nr 
Trans-CBnada Highway and Selwyn 
Rd . 44 400 Pleuie mil Mrs Rams* 
F.V 54111 or RV 4-Sat McCand* 
leM Raalty Bd Pori. 

CABH FOR ACRBAlffB ADJACENT 

tv aeveer Eaagpi CouM.. HMl*! 


lit fARMS ROR SALI AND 
WANTID 

WASTED TO RENT - LARGE 
hmise on small farm ivlthia 10 miles 
af ViAona. GR4JDM 


Push Space Plans 

PARIS I Rrutcfi' .Siiciili>n • x.ilar hHilono^. wfiuh r>i\» 
and if,hnicifinv hai> l^ccun ciinvy ff*r the iiinjoniy 

... I . ‘'f amiK lal s-iipl! 


woik tni eNponnu'nu 1 


Speed Triah 


Knifing thitwigh Strait of Juan de Fuca, HMCS St. 
Laurent commences series of spe^ trials following 
recent re-commissioning. Extensive refit included 
installation of flight deck and hangar for anti- 

FederaUProvincial Parley 


submarine helicc^ter and variable depth sonar for 
detection of "sute” at greater depths. Commanded 
by Commander D. D. Lee, ship will conduct full 
speed runs in strait Dec. 3.—(RCN Photo l 


DON’T 


NEED IT— 


SELL IT! 


B.C. Deputy, Ottawa Man 
Clash Over Tourist Aid 


CLASSIFIED 


OTTAWA (CP> The fHersl 
Kovemmenl was asked Wednev 
day to provide Krants to help 
provinrial tourist aRencies pro¬ 
mote the tourist industry’ ex ■ 
reckmal basis. 

The proposal, plared before 
the federal - provincial tourist 
conference by British Colum¬ 
bia. resulted In a tharp ex- 
chanRe of views between Alan 
Field, director of the Canadian 
Rovemment travel bureau, and 
Dr. D. B. Turner. B.C.'s deputy 
miniater of recreation and con- 


cannot the provinces do their 
own resional advertising," he 
I said. 

Mr. Field denied that the fed- 
jeral aRency waa not promoting 
{tourism in the U.S. on a re- 
I Rional basis. He said he was 
i |ire|>ared at any time to prove 
I this in detail. 

I Dr. Turner laid Mr. Field’i 
I reaction "was instant and def¬ 
initely opposed.’* 

"He’s not Roing to enleiiain 
it one bit," he said. "I don’t 
' like inflexibility like this." 


Unless such a proRram was 
adopted the provinces could not 
do a complete job of reRkmal 
promotion. It was true that ihe 
plan would cost more money 
than was now beinR i|ient "but 
I’m thinfcinR of the centenary 
and the provinces and the fed¬ 
eral government working to¬ 
gether to promote it." 

The Idea waa not "halr- 
hrained" but a workable plan 
that "should be given more se- 
rinua consideration than Mr. 
Field gave it ’* 


Threslier 
Sister | 

PORTSMOUTH. N U. <UPI)-| 
I The nuclear Rubmarine Tinoaa 
:wiU.be commi-skioned at Portk-j 
' mouth naval shipyard April 11 
I— a year and a day after her 
sister submarine, the TTiresher, 
sank off Cape 0x1 xsith 129 men 
I alMMird. 

t The navy said the commis- 
^ sioninr was dela.xed seveial 
^ times to allow time for modi* 
t fications made necessar>' by the 
) Thresher disaster. 


GOOD HRKAKFART 

The federal health department 
recommends A RiKid breakfa.st 
of citrus fruit juice, hot w'hole 
IH'am cereal and milk and but¬ 
tered toast and a hot beverase. 


“ah^rZv^cialdeleRsIrsdidl / h Q I / 

rm“hrrredrr:rdr^ LJU 

uty trade minister, said It would g/ 

be examined with "an open 

js, Shii whin inlh '■ 

program "to encourage more g ^ \ ^ J- W m W 

effective external promotion by y 

Ihe provinces of their travel at¬ 
tractions.” DALLAS (UPI) — Dapper I manors to the boom-boosn brat drfmer attorneys, said hr will 

He said the federal travel hu- jack Ruby made two phone of a band until 2 a.m. But the piobably plead temporary in- 

reau should continue national calls from jail Wediwsday to audience waa enthusiastic. ^ ity for the Chicago-born 

promotion of the tourist busi- find out how his Nvaik-up atrip- Custonters stamped, whistled kuby. Wade said he will seek 
ness in the United Statep and joint was doing and to and applauded to bring Joy the death penalty at tha trial, 

overseas with no reduction in ask a fnend about reaction to Dale, “the twist girl," back for to he held probably in January. 

its current budget. However, re- him as the avenger who slew encores.- 

gional promotion would be car Lee Harvey Oswiald. According to Armstrong, the, , 

lied out by provincial agencies| ^ ^ murder with oustomers stuck to the busi -1 ' 

under a matching grants pro-(„^„, charge In the shooting •* "’I^^re waa no 

gram controlled by the federal accused assassin. Rut^ •*1*' “>• assassination. lAIUew.«w ■< 

•«ency. permitted to call toe bar- ••>“« Oswald or about the WnGll II 

t'lTES APPLK’ATION tender at the Club Carousel, —.-St' 

Dr. Turner said an immediate Oecll Hamito. a ^ called MirJWn lor. A 

application of his suggestion Andre^ A™»tt^, the bar m 

w.;,ld be promotion of the Ca- R^S^aVnu w« a ’’Ipu^l ' ^ 

nadian centenary in 1967. I' hEo P 

was obvious that there would “Pl^d^ITun iSred Itoto " 

be much more provincial .Civ- the dub to« feature. strt,y w^fri^ we^to^gtT 1 
ity in this field If H»cific fman- continuous perfor- hU friends were no. angry. 


NEWSPAPER3 


S-time rat« and sava 


ironey —as toon as 


you get mults, just 


phon# and you pay 


lor only the number 


saielliip pniciani. 

The fii sl c'f six Krrni h 'Jaiol- 
liies will \'te laiiiuhod in Jan- 
UdiN. 1 %.'l faun ihe United 
Stales. C'anied inio snace by a 
US nxket, it xsill send bavk 
inforniNiion fami which exiions 
N>|« to work out (he denshy 
and 1em|)ei'atui'e of electrons 
surixmndini; it in spate. 

The second Viemh satellite, 
for whic h no laun< hinu date has 
yet l>een given by the National 
CentiT for Space Studies, will 
he launi hed from the Sahara by 
a Kivnch Diamant nxkei. 

One of Its principle fumtions 
will he to transmit infomiation 
about the vibratir>n9 and the itv 
tation of the thiitl stage of its 
launcher rotket. 

It al«o will measure radiation 
and its destixjctive effects on 


KILSHAWS 

111.1 FORT STRECT 

Estate and Privatrly 
Con-signed 

MODERN 

FURNISHINGS 

AUCTION 

FRIDAY AT 7:30 

p 

Living, Dining and Bedroom 
Suites 

l-Pa. Walail Diaiai liltt 
Tula Ftitar Makaiiay 
■t*ratB Sailt 

I Mr. aa* Mri, ItdrtSB liilii 
fti aa« Tyaaa 1-Pa. Oktitar- 
ffaM laHa 

Single Beds, che»ts. Dressers, 
Hostess and Occasional Chairs, 
Coppertona and Chrome Dln- 
'ette Sets, Desks, Students’ 
; Desks, China Cabinets, Sets of 
t Dinette Chairs, etc. 

Ii Di Mail TV (Daalih llyli) 
Twa ktrlakli TV Sata 
II" Dt Laia Elttirlt Haaii 

Refrigerators, Washers, 
Radios, Etc.. 

Bioadloom and Other Good 

RUGS 

Several Persian Mats 


The thinl Kifnch satellite will 
aiLo X >pHt e same lines as the «ei • 

ond hut will l>e lan;er. weighing 
Kremb 'Jaiel- aluKit 99 iKiuml<. 


At Maynards 
Two Auctions 
Today 

10 a.m. and T:30 p.m. 

4 GARS a'pL 

1961 Cadillaa 

SpBir. MBit*. r««Bllt«a. 

1961 Chav Hi,*;” 

OmIv 57.mb atip*. rtBta. fiMB. 

1953 Chav CmS raaSIII— 
1949 Studabakar 

OwS TraMe*—*1— 

Twa Baad Oalbaardi 

1963. 3 h.p. Jahnsan 

i'i»a ka»,. 


Oulbaard 


CNR lY AUCTION 
1151 CHEV. SEDAN 

Radio, Etc. 

I Completely Reconditioned. 

ON View FRIDAY 

Open Dally fnr Your 
InspecIloB 

Kilihawi AvatianMri Ltd. 

jins Fort St 384-6441 

I For your stale or cash-guaran¬ 
teed appraisal call Kilshawi 


SaaiNlI 

n«a^ rwwBilta 


NEW FURNITURE 

Twenty Brand New 
pieces of I'pholslered 
Kurallure 

Natianallr Advartliad 

Rockers. Chalni. 
Mattresses, Chesterfield 
Suites, etr. 

Ffami CamiinMaatt 

Chr-Miie suites, lamps, 
lovel.v rolltop desk. 3 
guns, Knrting stereo 
isanhinatlon, t li-pr. bed¬ 
room suites, tobies, Sea- 
brrese stereo two track 
tape rerorder, radios, as 
new Thor auto washer, 
lovely dining table with 
■ leaves, two studeat's 
desks, carpets, very clean 
Viking etsr. range, aeler- 
tinn NEW floor and table 
lamps, seleetton sf good 
refrigerators, elA 

HPFA’IAI, 1* A.M. NALR 

Mar* Mt 4 Ma 
Hardwar* 

ON LOCATION 

For City Pnlire Depi, 
aSA Flsgard M. 

Aaallai '54 Chav 
Sadan 

Preview I p.in. la I p.m. 
Wedaaaday 

Sale. Tharaday. 1 pjn. 

MAYNARD’S 

Bonded ftlacw IMS 

AUCTIONEERS 

TSS Johnson St. 
Vklorto. RC. 
saa-Aiat 

(Also In VanoiNiverl 


When it comes to whisky... 


cial support was forthcoming 
from Ihe federal government." 

Provincial agencies now were j 
attempting to persuade poten¬ 
tial visitors, especially those inj 
the U.S., to visit a particular) 
province. The federal agency 
was selling Canada as a whole 
in the same markets "but with¬ 
out too much reference to what 


.. Itisrrea iM I.t:TTKR.S I 

ry-m f -The postman brought atoout' 

Shakespeare 100 letters to the 32-yesur.old 1 1 

a Ruby Wednesday after he had 

pi^ n polished off a hearty breakfasL 

a lull Ritoy immediately began an- 

^ I • I awering some of them. 

Studied Henry 

Wade pondered the posstbility 
A propoBcd plaa la form ft that Rub>' mi^t have had 


I’m. a 




the province concerned is do- virtaria hraack at Ike Brillsk more sinLster a motive than 

ing ’’ Kiiipire nkakrapeerrea ttarlaty sorrow for the Kennedy (am- 

NO ARfil Mf'..NT **** discussed at a niaettag Uy. 

, ■ Mr. Field s.'.d that Dr Turner “toVoCi: O^"***" ‘ 


JUST PHONX 


hsd not presented s single srgu- t ^ , 

ment that he could use in an to, 

attempt to persuade Ihe federal ,, ^ p-sIhlBly 

government to enter uito such „ ^ ak.k-p«r«a 

a program. F—Uv,i isi,r I, ih* —mmM 


: .ZT ^ J T.T. «« OSWALD LINK t’HM KF.D 
In the Tudor Room of too Otdo 

Eoglaad loa .Moadav at a p.m. "1‘ "“F h«ve been a de.slre 
Aloe dl«-u.«d at tk. meto- lor publicity, or it may have 
lag will bo Iko poooihlUty involved aomethlng far 
of koldlag a ahak-pewrsM deeper,” Wade said ”Our law, 
FeaUval later la Ihe iwmraer enforcement agencies are still I 


I am not opposed but the ^ „H..m«.H.rmt. Ih. UMh checking to determine if links| 


firit question thit xvnuld be 
asked of me xvould be why 


BiialvermAry ef the Mrth ef 
Bllllain Rhakeapeere. 


.Japanese ToiirisU 


exLst between Oswald and 
Ruby As far ai I know, they 
haven’t found any. 'But I don’t 
know everything they’ve 
found.” 

Tom Howard, one of Ruby’s 


• Ask For 


CUssiliad 


LV INI. MITTI.a OI 1HL tSTSTE OF 
UIUIII MWSK.MII. I.StL «■ 
M ITL S«. ISIS M.wr-iBT sti:. 
MS. tHniBIS. aailUB tOLIM. 
ass. Dsti-uiii. 

NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN Ihst 
rrfdtlon ird otlipri hBvihf cuimt 
aaainai the Eatat* uf ilM abuYc 4«map4 
arc hcrB4) rcaulr«4 to oond Ihrin to Um 
uf^riigBBd pxccBton at CD View titroci. 
VM'torla. B.C.. before tha Slnl day of 
Dcvcffibcr. 4.0. 1941. after which dal* 
th* excnilon will dtolhbid* Ih* laid 
**iatc amon^t tha parxi** «Btit]«d Ihcrt- 
ta. havtiit retard odly to (h* cUliM ot 
which they ihaa hBv« aotlca. 

THE CANADA TRUfT COMPANY. 

Eatcutoit. 

By th*ir Bobciton, 

MclLLREE 4 McLhTYRB. 

4 « Ccairal BMg. 

Virtuna. E.C. 

MOTICI TO CHDITOHB 
IN THt MATTIB OF THE IBTATI 
4>r GCatLO PRBCT lOaiHT JOHN. 
BTONI BTONbt. dif*aa*d. lala af 
iSaa-D pBCt atr**!, VWiarta. 1,4 
NOnCt Ifl HIRKBT QIVEM that 
<t*diiota and achan haviai claiOia 
acaiaat th* «BUt« af tha abac* d«- 
craaad arc hereby rttBircd la aend 
ihfBB to tha yad«rat|D*d ■allcliori fai 
tha limifii. M <11 Vta« atraat. 
Vtatvia EC. haiara Iba Slat day af 
OaaanhM. 4D 1M3 after which dal* 
tha txacutrti will dtatrihut* tba aaid 
*ataw aaant *ha parti** cntitlad 
tb*rftB, havinf ragard ealy ta <ha 
claiaa af which ihc ihaa haa aotlc*. 

mttaa horne codpab, 

MacMIWM A HOmT9 

I •elicttort far IhB Baacwirii. 


Huge Market AUCTION 
For Canada SALE 


1 OTTAWA (CP)- The federal- 
provincial t o u r ist conference 
was told Wednesday Japan rei>- 
resents a huge, untapped mar¬ 
ket (or the Canadian tourist in¬ 
dustry 

H. B. Main, assistant vice- 
president of sales and traffic 
industry affairs for Canadian 
I Pacific Airlines, said thousands! 
of Japanese are preparing to! 
I visit other countries as soon as 
; Japanese restrictions on travel 
' are lifted next April. 

AD\.AME PAYMENT* I 

! He said a recent survey inj 
Japan showed that wime 150,- 
Ora Japanese have been making 
advance payment! on travel 
tours in anticipation of the lift¬ 
ing of currency restrictions in 
effect since the early 1940s 
The survey showeij that 60 
per cent wanted to visit Hawaii. 

' 30 per cent Canada and U per 
cent the United States 
Mr Main said (?PA intends to 
launch an intensive program to 
persuadt potential Japanese 


tourists to visit Canada, mainly! 
British Columbia. i 

"K 150 000 Japanese are pre-l 
pared to Jiay in advance to visit | 
another country, we estimale 
that af least 500,000 will be leav-' 
Ing Japan on overseas holi¬ 
days” 

A uniqUb opportunity existed 
(or Canada to get in on Ihe 
ground floor of a new tourist 
market Promotion plans of 
the Canadian government travel 
bureau (or 1964 should be re¬ 
vised to help piiimote Japanese 
travel tn Canada. 

POTENTIAL MARKET 

Alan Field, director of Ihe 
federal bureau, said he is will 
ing to consider travel promotmo 
plans (or the Pacific area. He 
asked Mr Main and other dele-' 
gates to provide him with mfor-^; 
mation that the Pacific area it a 
potential market for tourists. 

The latest information he had 
w«s that restrictions on Jsiiati- 
ese travel would not be lift^ 
until at least next August. 


SALE 

Ir Hie Home 

1211 014 EimIbiII RmU 

TODAY, 2 |i.ni. 

NouMhald FurNlshiRgs 

mu Effacti 

FEW 

ANTIQUE PIECES 

China ■ cm Crystal 
■raaa ■ Copper 
“Phlllpa" *1” TV 
Biiddlng ■ l.laea 
Kntall Refrigerator 
Eti „ Ete. 

View Today 11 a.m. to 
Kalelifna 


*Spet-ulut: Anjcinic — 

after a Uitc of Walker’* Special Old 

You're a Specialist in good taste when you 
choose Walker's Special Old. Good taile, 
good looks, and fine quality have made it 
Canada's popular choice in whisky. Next 
time—make it a point to buy Walker's 
Special Old. 

HIRAM VSMKFR & SONS. LIMITED 


RNOM 

i M wa & ai (V 

aw FORT STREET 


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By M. t HKSNt r. KKIIH 

I waa really set bark oti triy heels 
the otliet- (lay when a leader wrote 
In asking for infoiTnation on how to 
cate fill a plant which she tailed 
Lady in ihe-Baih. Tluv naitie. jljilti i 
ring a hell for me. and lot a while I 
thought site- might he refen ing to 
the Jack in-the-Piilpit. the shape of 
which might possibly fit ih» iteacnp- 
tive name she used. 

Jack in the Pulpit is a wildflowei . 
though, ajtd it was quite clear from 
the context of the letter that m> 
ron-espondent was referring to a 
perennial garden flower. II wasn t 
until I had s|>ent aeveral hoin s 
searching tlirohgh a number of vei> 
old garden books that I was able to 
Identify her plant as Dicentrs spects 
hills, better known to us heresbouts 
ss tite Bleeding Heart. 


fioni foe Jr t that w pii you poll 
apart the outer ». gmenls of 
flower, up pops a tinx .whits l.ol' 
sitting b<ill itpr.ght in a i ai . 
ot itatc boat-shaped Kithiub' 

The [tlaiii ha.s a ileshly rootsto. k 
rather like thui of die peony and 'he 
oriental poppy, a'rt send.v up el- 
g.antly cut ferny li aves and gracetul 
a t elling spray s of dangling heai t 
shape-l flowers. In oiir garden, the 
first floweis appear in .May and #o ■ 
untie until alsuit tha middle of June, 
and there is a new vaiiety called 
Ihcentra “Kouiitlfiil" which blooms 
off and on all summer. 


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rhci e aie s.Wftal wa\s of ptsi[»a 
g.itiMg yoiii I lump of IJlis'dmg lie,i t 
to get mo'e plants, t>t;o methial Is to 
dig up iIh- lather ugly, fleshy roid 
in e.trly spiing just as g owth is 
ron^mem ing. and divide them witli 
gnat care, foi they ate bttitle and 
e.isily damaged tut with a sha.t> 
knife in much the same wav as tor 
peonies, making sure eaiHi portion of 
ifMit has at least one giowth ey# or 
sprout 

Most of the gaiden books will tell 
you that the best way to propagate 
Bleeding Heart is by ixwt cuttings 
chopping one of the fleshy naU.s 
itilo two-mch lengths and planting 
them right aide up in a box of aandv 
soil kept In a eoldframe or propagat¬ 
ing ease. I use this method all the 
lime with oriental poppies, anchusas 
and the like, but in three tries with 
Bleeding Heart, not ona of tha rt>ot 
cuttings ha s da xeloued. 


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ML MOBOM. .na NOT eOibO 
MKKIOSCUMaf IT SOIID j 
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Bleisling Ht-art is att ea.sy dia'r 
and will grow uncomplainingly m 
almost any kind of soil, hut it seems 
to appreciate a bit of shade duiing 
the hottest part of the day a trail it 
aliares with most planti of wotxlland 
prlrin. If it has any weakness, it is a 
tendency to die off in overly wet 
winters as it tc'ents puddles of water 
standing over the dormant roots. In 
lowly ing Holland, where drainage la 
always a problem, tha profetalonal 


Arluall.v. the plant has inure 
aliases than a bank robbei. and la 
known variously as Dutchmans 
Breeches. Widow's Tears. Lyre 
Hower and Lady'a Locket. The Ijidy- 
In-the-Bath name comes, 1 learned. 


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JOHN CROSBY Reportu from LontJ^li 


ifAve 

IKKXM, 


IXJ.MXJ.V—We Ameri<an.s have been imotltrred in kind¬ 
ness ever since the terrible new a struck. Tlic Knglish tele¬ 
phone as If a member of the family had passed away and 
a.sk it there's anything they can dp. There'i nothing they 
could do except what they did do, which was perfect. 

When you live abroad, you learn to live with anti- 
Americanism, which lies never far from the surface. .Sud¬ 
denly all this la swept away and we are terribly vulnerable 
to til this kindnc.s.s. And luddcnly you feel terribly far from 
home. 


lion for r .S. heixtea Is unleniiiered by regional or partisan 
di.slempers. 

This draw ing. together, this feeling of acute dependence 
and loss and grief (one newspaper here even said. ‘He was 
our President as well." an almoat inconceivahle statement 
tinder any oilier circumstancesi. the oneness of almost the 
whole srorld will no* last very long 

Already Cblin Welch In the Telegraph writes that the 
aasassination "may powerfully influence the argument for 
an independent deterrent, thus retaining the power In an 
emergency to act Independently of a United States tsrhirh 
may no longer be as it has been." 


Hie iiiipacf of President Kennedy 's death abroad on both 
great and small can hardly be described. He loomed larger 
in death than in life (as doesn't everyoneTi. 

"There has never been knotvn luch Intense worldwide 
grief as is now felt at President Kennedy's death." said the 
Sunday Times in Its lead editorial. 

"Before the assassination one could only half appredsie 
the weight of responsibility which he rsrried with such 
obvious enjoyment and vigor. Now It can be seen clearly 
that In every country he was a source of confidence and 
hope. Just as much ta the world at large ai In the United 
States, almost as much In Russia as In the West. He was 
the one authentio hero of the postwar world, and ha has 
been killed.'* 


‘'W* MAa bwVmm tmmb id bn aa^ 

A a. loOK iixe A ntemptcp muiveii rap 
FOOL M cover, on me nhen the mtenpep; 

'x WOULDN'T WE, VKTIM MM NOMDT TKEP ! 
^^COVNSElOE^v B IVMf HW OFFf^-H' 


Kven in Ihe midst of the deep kintiness and ayinpalhy 
one is aware of Ihe great degree of misunderstanding nf 
Ameiica and Americans. "Will there be a pogrom again.*! 
the Right WingT" one man asked when we thought It waa a 
Right Wing extremist who shot the president. 

The moat emotional movement for me came Saturday 
when I attended (Tiekhov s Uncle Vanya at the Old Vic. 
which has been acclaimed here as tha supreme achieveineot 
of the contemporary English itage. 

At the end. Sir Laurence Olivier, who heads tha cast, 
cut short the applause immediately. In view of the circum¬ 
stances, ha asked the audience to stand lor tha playing of 
the Star-Spangled Banner. 

I'v* not heard the U.S. National Anthem In U menthi 
and I must say I've never felt so deeply moved by It as I 
was standing hi the alien corn amid all thnaa Englishmen. 


I TaLXEP WITH THE PiSTglCT "'v NOW THATB 

HTonev ON THE B*yi 5 of mnpm t what s 

PEAEEB bTATEMENT TO THE niES 6 , I CALL A 
ICb PROAflNB THE ATTEMPTED 'i»MMX FA.* 
MIKDED CHAROE A 6 AIMBT 
g bFAMtOWf ■ 7 :'^' 


'VOR FOROETTHAT X INAB] w wm all a> 
WITH THE POtICE WHEN -/ WkS. JUDGE 
THfV AFPR EHE MPtB THAT I PARKER.' NO ONE 
THU* WHO WAE ABOUT / TRIED ID klLU 
k) AAITOU, SANDRA' XAh,- MB.' 


I don't know that any American could have written that 
paragraph. Just as the most whole-hearted admiration of 
Winston Churchill came from the U.S., tha Knglish admlra- 


ART BUCHWALD Recalls 


Kennedy the Humorist 


Once til Cotiimbus, Ohio, he re- 
eelvail a rousmg ovation at a dinner 
and when it finally died <town he laid, 
"'i'hent Isn't a town in America where 
I get a bigger hand and a smaller 
vote Uian Columbus, Ohio.'* 


Jeoled to the profanity, Mr. Kennedy 
said he sent Mr. Truman a wire: 

"Dear Mr. Preaident, I have notwl 
with Interest your euggesiion ai t« 
where thane who vote for my opponent 
should go. While I understand and 
sympethlze with your deep ntotiva- 
tion, I think It la Important that our 
side try to refrain from ralMng tha 
religious Issue. 1 

President Kennedy was hard put 
to restrain his humor at hla pneas oon- 
lerenoea. 

A White 1 louse aide told us befora 
every press conference the Prasident 
made up oulragaoui answers to some 
of the questions. 

Once he said: "It's very dangerous 
to have the*# iilees In Ihe back of my 
heed." 


M'A.SHINGTON Among the man.v 
qualities of the late President Ken¬ 
nedy was his magmflcent sense of 
humor. Ha had the timing and toucli 
of a ma-sier comedian and when he 
was on a prog ram with professionals 
he always put im a better idiow than 
they did. 

John K. Kennedy had great humor 
about himself. 

One of his famous Ibiea was de¬ 
livered at a dinjwr when he was aUll 
a senator In 1958. He read a tedcgiam 
from his father wiiich said, "Deer 
Jack —don't buy a single vota more 
than necessary -I'll be damned If I'm 
going to pa.v for a landslide." 


ISOT TWe MSE MJCNTf 
Hn A BLTSV NMN AND 
HASATVN3UBANO T 
EINPljITyEEV-WE'a ) 
TOO tuor 
TO TALK: A 


During tile campaign In 19G0 he 
spoke at a dinner ^vsn by Cardinal 
Speiiman. In hia opening remailu ha 
said, "Cardinal Spellman la tha only 
man so widely reapectad in American 
politics that he oould bring together 
amicably, at the mime banquet table, 
for the first time ki this campaign, 
two political leaders who arc Increas¬ 
ingly apprehensive almut the Novem¬ 
ber election, who have long eyed each 
other au.spioiously, and who have dis¬ 
agreed so strongly, both publicly and 
piivaiely VIce President NIxort and 
Gov. Rockefellei." 

At a fund raUing luncheon: "I 
could My I'm deeply touched, but not 
as deeply touched as you have been 
coming to this lunohoon." 


Another famous line had to do 
with the criticism of Ills biotlier, 
Bobby Kennedy, whom he appoinir*! 
Attorney-General. "1 was criticized 
about appointing my brother Attor¬ 
ney-General -but I don't see what's 
wrong wdth giving him a little exper¬ 
ience before he goes out to piaoti.se 
law." 

Mr Kennedy was most at home 
Joking about politics. He delighted in 
kidding those who opposed him. 


One of the late piesidant’a Hues 
which today ha.s lost all (is humor 
was, “It has recently been sugfostod 
that, whether I serve ona or two 
terms in the presidency, I will find 
myaelf at the end of that period at 
tsNiat might be called an twktsrord 
age too old to begin a now eareer. 
and too young to writs my momolrs " 


MAv« Tsau 
STUOtBO 
THBA VBTf 


NO. Bid, 
BUT I 
MAAfB A 
STupy 
DSRiOO 
NBSTf 


When ex-presidetit Truman sug- 
gesied the Republicana oould go to 
hell and Vice Prrslilanl Nixon ob- 


iMi jMcoMinAM oniMM fw RBtMa 

CA)MN 


Til M I'Mf OWf vSmuu 
MONMtEf,* D<T MAMMf 


» * * own children ate telling them 

how old faahionsd they are' 

Says HR. HTl ART ROSENBKRfs Which list arema to be more 

conducive to happinrm — the 

I being old — il'i sponsiblllty toward thetr elders “*** **** 

I foi because they have been as- 

lile drlinquenry signed few duties. It is ob" 
ns in old age arc vioualy no accident that early 
nee the young n.-ed in their lives they develop a 
F with their elders feeling of superiority in rela- 
and affection, nor tion to older people in general 
frald of being over-jand to their own parenli in 
■Ceniksl or neglect-, larticular. 
young. Both tha' • Our eh 11 d - dominated 
the old know very, society onanta children, at an 
hey are and what early age, away from IhCi 
ot. And neither is authority of the home, to the. 

Tied or ronfu.sed by world of ocher young people, 

•dge. in tha belief that there—in that 

* * world—yopng people are free 

UA see how our to be Ihemaelvei. to think, talk 
ns compote. Here’s and believe -the way young 
rarv catalogue peupia Imagine they should 
children do what • Everyone, however, ends 
. parents, too. do up lass than happy. Older folk 
children want feH uaeiaaa, since, after all, 
appears, serve ona "this Is a time for youth." 
iipoee to fulfil tha Young people, too. alienated 
I lancrea of their from their parents' world, soon 
disenvev that they'ro old at 40. 

Iren grow up in our B>' the time thev'vn awakened 
TIM (eelirgs of ro- to that fiigiitemng fact, Iheti 


The biblical world, rather 
than Ihe modern, held open poe- 
■ibilitief. for 'Iceper spiritual 
saUsfactions bcauae it did noi 
iMareapecI the old In the futile 
■ ttempi to Idolize the new 
Perhaps at the very core of 
our dlfficultiea this la tho 
reason for our gnawing sense 
of friMtraOan Have we. per¬ 
haps, baen ao busy "being mod- 
eiTL" NT anxious to "keep up- 
to-date," so fearful of being 
CAlied "old-fashioned," that We 
have real]) gone harkwartl. 
, tiiinklng we weie moving 
ahead" 


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EN MNi THfMH AVK CMAelDlAlM 

Qw vAioiNHtr ut« ttNott vHtn. 


TUAlk MD. AOBONATHy 
SURENAONC Mg AGAIN. 


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Ilail.v hours h a.iii. to 5:;W p.ni. Shop Thursday aiul Friday 9 'III 9 Itial .W.VnM 


8,000 Feet 


Into Hillside 


P(7RTLiUDIX>W Waah. lAPi 
• A UJS. Navy A3B twin jot 
attack bombor dived 8.000 feet 
into a hillalde near here Wed- 
iiesday, cUaintecrating "into a 
thousand pies-eo.'' 

T»x) men. inoludini; the 
atudent pilot, are mi.sainc and 
beheved to liave died in the 
crash. 

The Instructia- ejet-ti'd and 
was hurt In landinc ni-ar the 
Beene, on the Ulympie Henin 
aula ahoiit three mile.s north 
of Port l.udlow and 14 miles 
aouth of Port Townsend. 


Tlie suivivor la Cmdr. John 
W. Jahant, who sulfered log 
injuriea and shock. 

He said aometlUiig wee^ 
wrung on the inatrurtion fliglit 
at 8.000 feet and he "lost Intel'. 
cum eunlacl with tlie studi'iit 
piloi." 

He Said that when he was 
unable to regain control of the 
plane he ordered the two 
Olliers to ball out and then 
ejeeted himself. 

•T don't think the others 
made it.” he said. 


.Talk to Anglicans 
Ecumenical Plea 


v.mcAN cm', f.vpi two 

F'renvh pi-elates urged Wednes¬ 
day that the Vatican ecumenical 
eouncil devote specials attention 
to the Anclican Church in the 
search fur Christian uniti. 

An Italian cardinal also told 
the couiKil it must nut mini¬ 
mize pa|ial authority in any 
Christian unity contacts. 

MAJOR M'HKMA 

The assembly of more than 
?.000 Roman Catholic Church 
fathers debated the major 
schema on Christian unity. 

Part of the discussions ren- 
fred on a schema cha|iler 
entitled "Christians separated 
from the Catholic church" 

Arrhbishoii Paul Guyon, cie 
adjutor of Rennes. France, said 
the chapter "should specifically 
mentiai the Anglican Church as 
distinct among churches that 
arose out of the reformation.” 


He argued that three separate 
chapters lie written imo the 
schema on Anglicans, other Ptu- 
teslants and the Orthodox. 

"We must try to understand 
and aeoept the iiersonalitles of 
each, and we must be careful 
not to oversimplify the beliefs 
they hold." a council proas 
simkeaman paraphrased him as 
saying. 

PLAt K 8IIOIXD BF aPKCTAI. 

Bishop Bemardin Collin of 
Digne. France, disliked "the 
lumping together of ... all who 
came from the Reformaiion" 
He added that tlieie "should lie 
a s|ieeial place for the Anglican 
Chiirch and our relations with 
it." , I 

The council will end Its se< - 
ond session a week from today 
without taking action on a pro¬ 
posal to make retirement mand-. 
atory at 75 for Roman Catholic 
bishops. 


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Ontario's Roharts Philosophical 
But B. C. ’s Bonner Storms 


Ships Collide 
At Vancouver 


irS A REAL CLANGER’ 


VANCOUVER (CP)—Two decpsea freightei’s 
have collided near Lions Gate Bridge in Vancouver 
harbor. 

One of the freighters suffered serious hull 
damage, but neither ship is believed to be in danger. 

The IreiKhter Inih Rowan waa jxniri--.-.-.-i-ii- 

iMiilaxind lor Japan with a full, 

roi'go of grain when she col- JVOFCOllSi 

lided with the 10.UUI>-ton Greek . . , 

freighter Evie. . U IlltC 

The Irish Reman suffered a 

. . . , ^ SEOt’l.. South Korea (AR> 

IfMoot gash e.xtending from her p„||UeiU tarn of 

main deck to six feet bekm the 

water line, and the Lvie lesser nailed Wedneadoy to 

damage. I —aae a lent haltle aemlwst 


No crew members were In¬ 
jured when the two ships col- 


Parh aniled Wedneadoy to 
i wage a legal battle against 
I Irregularlltoa that they said I 
I marked the NaUonal As- i 


tided near the mile-long Lions! »*n>hly election Ids followers 
Gale bridge at the harbor mouth. I *“• ^ ■ Inndollde. 


(lonnaily Tells Slory 


They’ll Kill Us All 
Texas Governor Said 


By PETER BRITON 
(Special to the ColoniHt) 

OTTAWA—The Pearson government has 
dashed British Columbia hopes for a more 
equitable tax-sharing arrangement. B.C. will 
probably be worse off than before. 

This sensational development came at yester¬ 
day’s session of the federal-provincial conference 
when the federal Liberal government “leaked” the 
news that the only changes in the present agreement | 
will be to incroase equalization payments to the' 
“poorer” provinces. 

TTiat means every province except B.C. and, 
Ontario. . I 

I 

“This Is a real clanger,” stormed a livid 
Attorney-General Robert Bonner. 

_ Detjul" of the new acheme— 

which wiu likely benefit the 
provinces sharing in equaliza¬ 
tion granu by some SSO.000.000 
will be announced Friday. 
(Sec abm Psge 341. 

A W W Tht Pearson gowcroneni 

/W m m plans ^ disclosed at a hrlef- 

/-■ H Ing by Liberal planner Tom 

Kent _ appear to have been 
made well befoi-e the fcderal- 
• V provincial confeicnoe began 

iia Tuesday morning. 


Stockliolin? 


U J MOSCX)W (UPI) — The 
I Soviet preisi gave promin* 
lenee Wednesday to a call 
, I for a summit meeting be¬ 

tween President Johnson 
^ .and Premier Khrushchev. 

^ Speculation here centred 

'on neutral Stockholm as a 
BL possible site for such a 

meeting in June. 

The feeling in informed So- 
tin (irries was that Khru-.li- 
rhev would put no obstacles 
, in the way of such a confer- 

The official Communisl party 
newspaper, Piavda. published 
lead front-page article yes- 
lerday on First Deputy Pie- 
mier Miko>an's meetings in 
I Washington with President 
Johnson and Secretary of 
Slate Rusk. 

I I'LBRIGHT 

— Pmvil.t remarked tlial -Son. 
J William Kulbrlght, ohair- 
_ j man of the Senate Foreign 

\ ! Relations Committee, had ni 

l-L/R./'da'd la trlevision interview "pro¬ 

posed that a .summit meeting 
> ■ - • he held." 

lltlfiFi, Publication of this call In 

■'H'H.Pgg' (leiailln the official party pub 
lication was legarded here as 
similar vole by the <»nlamounl to a stamp of *p- 


- AP 


(•overnor and Nellie Contudly 

* * * 

New Threats Cited 
New Photo Denied 


D.AIJAS (AP)—Threats were made against 
French Prenident de Gaulle and Dalla.s .Mayor Earle 
C'alN-ll In nnonymoHs phone calls made shortly 
before the Kennedy fiinenl Monday, the Dallas 
News said Wednesday. The FBI warned and pro¬ 
tected both men. 

Meanwhile, the U.8. justice department denied 
it had a new photogmph or other evidence—or 
knew of any—showing two people in the window 
from which nn assnssin shot Kennedy. The evi¬ 
dence Indicmted only one person was in the room. 


Don’t Miss 


• fSotR^iPreit | ^ ^ 

Nobody believed Kent's as - s - , 

- , « , , serlion that the details w-ill be T 

iJlf'K InPK' • result of "consulUitions" with! ' 

JUA-IV, JUA-ik. the provincial premlers.l * 

• • Everybody .seemed to agree 

I Ibat the final plan has been: 

v-<a av/ta diatted In back rooms bv fed-l 

, eral Liberal brass, weeks be-1 — * 

JaCClUie '.tore the conference began. 

1 There could be a major blow-1 

1 up when delegates meet today i 
with British Columbia in the 
DALLAS (UPI)—As an vanguard, 
a.-sasain’s bullets thudded Ontario Premier Jofin Rob- 
into President Kennedy. 

lontly, to accept the new deal 
his wife grabbed his bleed- for the good of the count ly. 

ing form and cried, “Oh! SlIfkW 

myLiodI 'niey’ve killed my I nhappy 

hu.sband! Jack, Jack!” ' •■"•‘r** Ontario premir. 

Texas Governor John Con- :?llC)eN 

n&lly Sftid Wednesday. * *'WHI . . r recognize thPi*e| Fiir'lln*'d nijtl** «if 

"We had )u>t turned the cor- are requests and demands being unned Irather ha\e siihed 

net lonto Elm street., we heard ™^'hj pmv.„c^ s., pr„h|...„ ..f It.V 

a shot. I turned lb my left . . . Canada, said Pivmier i , , , u a 

a. . w J I I 11 RfdiiiitA p«Mind female el«*phaiil an 

the pi'eaident had slumped. He ** 

aaid nothing’* seekinc to Ndd Can- K»nie farm of Al Oeiiilng 

..•aw^vss.iar aa-cuUnfether and if it is neiew- near I'^InMintim. Keener« «iav 


Summit 
Parley 
Seen 
In June 


Snow 

Slit)ej^ 


New Split Rocks 
Turkey Coalition 


pound female elt-phaiil an 


Connally, lenoualy wounded 
hiro.self by a bullet fn-m the 


sary lo gi\r in in ceiuin re- 

asiia.xsm's rifle, spoke from hi.x !'|T *** cciuolr} to- joo, earn annul za in< lies resignutum of a second cxialilion lion. No at lion tan he tak^ri 

bed at Pairkland Hospital It m ihnW ir, ha>e a liiuli and « ImheM ariiund. member, the Ny Turke> party until ihe W->eaM.ld Ini»nu re 

U’af- hill Timt public accountin.;^ *** ** **** * tCP PlHifofaK.I The move 'fotl*Med bv 21 turns fn>m the U.S. 

of what happened when three ~ - 

sisiu were fired from a sniper's 

rifle hidden, on the .sixth floor ■ • -i ^ ■— j 

””irE“HrZ„Dabid Fans Converging on Vancouver 

where there was a irenientlous ^ 

undmrtn^nclind re^'aDuiel:!^ Pm‘h^iV2i^y*^ILiI ’ "J**’ *" The CPR. in what it lalN spn ial tiains two Irom 

timi” he r^alled wiinne his football faii^ as the counti \ w ho ai e Just as ."one of Ihe heaviest Cn-y Calgary and one each Irom. 

hon. he recalled, wiping his labld as any of the thou Grey Cup-conscious as they Cup rail movements In Regina and Winnipeg to 

* sands ronverging on \an are. years." has laid on four move thousands of peisuns 

"Nrilie ihia wifei and I saw couver for Safuitlay s Grey Vam-ouvri, 

)l all so vividly liecause we were Cup rlaaaic, have chartered • • • „ 

ruling in the car with them We ■ C-4f! out of Yellowknife. , Friday mwning one rrgu 

ruling in me car won mem ne ^ _ W' . fl* I a C . I lar train and two extras will 

did not attempt to ackmwledge w r. LXlTa t llSlU SUtUrdUy P>*" ‘h' downtown sla- 

Ihi- ox'ation because w-e knew it One floor of a large down- lion, disgorging more than 

wa.- lor Ihe president. town motel has been reaeiv- Traa. t anada Air Uae. haa schedwied aa extra fUglil i» ' ilOO peiMms within the 

NI U4E MID I for thra. They U move \»Nr<»u\fr AMiHrd»y iiMirnliig Inr paMurngmi whu will warn hour 

"Ai a matter of fact, no more, ***®^*~ to aer tho iiMirnlnK <irp> Cap pwrwdr. a.TC A Mp*»kr«niaii aald Sixteen alrep<‘ni. arrom- 

than 30 iecon.!. before the hT?.”**, *,‘*“*,'**“' yesterday. - modation foi 400 persons, 

tradegy occurred. Nellie turned *“'■ >0't"- The special fllghl will lease Palrlcia Ray Alrpurt at '*>•1 up behind the 

, to the president and said. 'Mr. •bey'll rub shoulders • a.in., beiweea the tej^ular S:IS aad tt:M a.m. Mights. t nnllnued nn Page I 

.Piesideni. they can't make you 

lieliex f now there are not some'- ,. 

In fiullas who love aiul ai>pre- - -4l .. .—. s . , s 

Cihte you ' 

".Vnd he said. 'No. they sure rW^ IR /f "W 

ire?w%re.^tr^^^^^ (Jn6 1 oy IflBGns Joy for 

I to my left . and the presi- jF 

dent had slumped. He said 
nothing. 

“As I turned. I knew I was The Daib CJoluoisI Christinas The toys will be picked up Iiv Hnseetls Irom ihe aiuium will In the 

hit and I knew I had been hit Fund has again become the volunteer Art Kinl o( Kelialile .swell the 300 Furel. prewer 

Cantlnaed on Page S rallying point for many publii- Transfer and deliveied to .Mav- The Viciuna fiun Club i.s again Herak 


I.STA.N'Bl'L, Turkey (API — hours a similar vole by Ihe '*ulamoui 
game farm of Al Oeiiiing Ppeniter Isnici Inonu s coalition Peasants Nationul party The Pi'uval. 
near falnumlon. Keepers say government was brought closer two, [dus Inonu's Reiajhlican |n Jl'.N'r 
knltleil -wM-ks wiHilal do heller lo i-ollaiiae Wednesday with Ihe Peoples iiarty , formed Ihe roali- 
Joh. eai h ahiiul ZO Ini lies resignatum o( a second (nalilion liiai. No at lion can he lak^n Khrusht 


Rabid Fans Converging on Vancouver 


with from all ov«t 

the country who air )UKt a** 
Grey Cup-ron^triouK as they 
are. 


The I'PIl. in what it calls 
."one ot the heaviest (Iivy 
Cup rail movements in 
years." ha.s laid on four 


Kpe«*tai trains 


tlnrr Double Rites 
t or Hiers Friday 
—Page 21 

* * * 

Afiriipg in the Meirs 
—Re Prefmred 

—Page 24 


('andidates Furor 
(lorge, I uirersity 

—Psge 33 

0*0 

HJHHhFoot Dire 
Kills Two in Jet 

—Page 48 


VANCOUVER (C H ) 


One floor of a targe down¬ 
town motel has been reserv¬ 
ed for them. They 'll move 
around Van..ouver In a 
group aboard a bus Ih-i has 
been raierved (or them. 

And tliey'll rub shouldera 


Khrushchev Is scheduled to 
visit Scandinavia in June, with 
sioiRi in Stockholm. Oslo and. 
ropenh'agm. and Weatern c4y-'“ 
jervers specutaled the Swedish 
capital would be a likely ppoi 
for a Khrushchev - Johnson 
meeting. 

A June "familiarization” 
‘cssion between Ihe new U.S. 
president and Ihe Soviet pre¬ 
mier would follow the pattern 


Calgary and one each Irom. ••'^ slain President Ken- 


Extra Flifrht Saturday 

Trans (anada Air Uars haa schrstolrd aa extra lUxIil In 
yaarsiuter Itatorday iiiuralag Inr pasnengen whn will aaal 
In see the iiHinilBa (irey Cap parade, a.TCA spnkenniaa said 
yesterday. 

The special fllghl will lease Patricia Ray Alrpnrt at 
• a. III., beiweea Ibe rej^ular a:IS and tt:M a.iii. Mights. 


Regina and Winnipeg to nedy's first meeting with 
move thousands of persons Khrushchev in neutral Vienna 
into Vancouver. In Junk, 19AI 

Friday morning one rrgu .>o AGEMIA 


.NO AGEMIA 

lar train and two extras will 

pull into the downtown sla- TTiat twoday meeting, with 
lion, disgoj'glng more than no formal agenda and no ne- 
1 . 111)0 perwKui within the gotiations. followed Kennedy'a 


hour election in November, 1900. 

Sixteen slrep<-rs. arcom- Oneva and. Vienna, in that 
mndation foi- 400 persons, order, also were mentioned In 
will he .set up behind the -prculaiion as alternative sum- 
( onllnued nn Page I mil altes. 


will he .set up behind the 
( onllnued nn Page I 




One Toy Means Joy for Many 



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X'icloria Youth i 
IIpUI in Sliootiiijn; 

NELSON (CP) — A Victoria 


here Wednesday night following 
the firing of a shot m the Nel¬ 
son bus depot m which the 
riepoi manager naii-owly es- 
Uaped injury. 


The Daily Oolunisl Christmas 
Ml Fund has again become the 
rallying point for many ptiblii- 
spirited gnaips wishing to per¬ 
petuate the true meaning of 
Christmas. 

e e * 

A toy brought to the Victoria 
Kinsmen giant bingo in the 
Memoria] Arena Tuesday can 
bring joy to the needy and the 
fiver. 

A toy turned In at the door 
will five the donor, an extra 
chance on a turkey. 


The toys will be piikeil uo by 
volunteer Art Koil <>( Kelialile 
Transfer and deliveied to .Mav- 
nard's Auction Risim.-. 73.3 John, 
son Street 

* * * 

Here mote volunteers will .soil 
the toys and knock them dow n 
to the highest bidder during the 
big Christmas SOU Fund auction 
Dec. 17 

Toys lor this auction ma.v also 
be left at .MaviunTs ..\uction 
Rooms between now and the 
auction. 


Hnseetls Irom ihe aui'tasi will 
■swell the 300 Fund. 

The Victwna Gun Club i.s again 
ihi-owing Its weight liehin<r liw 
W I Fumi. 

* * a 

Linity Ciieie cards aie in 
many stores in Greaier Vic. 
loiva and proceeds will also 
help swell ijie fund 

Cards are shot as they aie 
filled and winners 1 those w.th 
the ilrde with the most shot iix 
. il * are announced 

Winneis will recrive a chit 


In the mail which they must 
present at Gamers Lto.. VM 
Herald .Street, from Dec. 16 to 

20 inclusive 

• a * 

The gun Hub will al-o hold 
its annual turkey ihoot Dec. 

21 and 22 from wrhJch the fund 
will receive further help 

Tickets for the giant bIngoA - 
are on sale at The T. Eaton 
Co. box office and at Memorial 
Arina 

Vietonaas are asked i« 

( nntlniied on Page t 


Island 
^ Kditiou 


Union Local 
Facing Jail 


CHICAGO (AP)—Federal Judge James Par¬ 
sons threatened Wednesday to jail Ihe entire 224- 
iiiember Local 418 of the Grain Workers' Union 
unless it pays $43,000 ia fines or posts an equal 
)ioBd. by Dk. 28 for refusing to load Canadian 
gra'ia shipa. The union local is appealing the fine. 


I.sitllld: 

Httill 


-. * * * 
Duncan Bureau 

Chamber of 
Commerce Bldg 
Phone 746-31)11 


N(>. 291-I0.>tl) VEAK 


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ISIAND NEWS 


(lASSIFIEI) 


(ESTABLISHI D 


SECOND NEWS SECTION 


Reasons for Renovation Fill Gloomy Policer Station 


Tour of city police station shows many reasons for 
renovation. At left, dirty, {I****")}' shootin); nini;e 
in basement doubles as storeroom for misceiianeoiis 
junk collecled over the yean; two of four tarKct- 
return lines have Ion); idnce stopped working. 
Above is detective office, best example of erani|ied 

S uarters, where stacks of files limit moiemeiit of 
etectives and office employees. At right Is dark 
cell block; main corridor can he seen along with 
barred “recreation area” at left while drunk tank 
Is out of sight to right. — (William A. Boucher 
photos) 


Cramped^ 

Cold, 

Grimy 


Island Rural 


82,000,000 Albcrni Plan 


By KLAt S M( EKTf:it 
COWiaUN VALLtY - The 
two significant features of J A. 
N. Bulme's Ayrshire taim near 
Doucah lake »uth of Duncan 
are unusual for Vancouver Is¬ 
land 

The middir - aged barhrlm 
comes not from farming slock 
but from a king line of mei- 
ehants'. and he lumed his back 
on the wool business in London 
after he left ttie British army 
follow ing the last war 


Ife vyoh 'he Cowichan 1-H 
HoLstrii tixiphy lor the best 
senior calf, the Doney trophy 
for the best animal and tne 
Canadian Imperial Bank of 
Commeii’C i-oac bowl for the 
highu-st tii^bi-i' of iiolnls at 
'<he Cowichan llxhibiiion. 
Believing in modem farm-j * * ♦ 

ing. Mr. Balme Ls using a hay I.sobel Robetts. 12. also won 
conditioner and plans to instui thiw awards, including the 
a hay dryer in hia bam next I Cowichan -1 H Holstein tropliy 
year. | for tlie best Junior calf, the 

He said the hay conditioner Baumgaii trophy for highe.st 
works satisfactorily and ihej achievement and the Barkley 
cows like the hay better. i trophy for the best yearling. 

He is the president of the! The gold watch from the 
.<;hawregan-CoM)le HU! Farm-, Canadian Imperial Bank of 
era'fnstiliile and vice-president'Commerce was pre.-iented by 
of the Vancouver Island Ayr'tnonager Peter Bird lo Saivira 
shire Club, BrdU 14. for the highest points 


Anyone wdw doubts the proposed S37j.<Ju> I'cnoiatiim 
program for the city police department is needed should 
take a tour through the old building. 

He will see bleak, grey, sometimes cold and si>me. 
times grimy sunxiundings, eombineii wiih a layout that 
is conducive lo inefliciency in the isdice lon e. 


Dislikes 
City Life 


AI.BFIR.Nl—Support for ' 

D i .s 1 r i c I 7()’s S2.0(X),0(X) 
school liuilding pixignirn 
was iiskrH by Trustee R. D. 

While when he sjaike at 
Albeeni’s stewardship 
meeting Tuesday. 

He i-elerred to AkI. C, M. 

Blair’s report on huspilal sta- ' 
tustirs lui he told of the need 
for new accommodation. With 
60.1 babie.s born in Wc>8t Coast 
(general Ilospilal in the first 
10 months of 196.1. it could be 
seen why eight additional ele¬ 
mentary cla.-csrooms are re¬ 
quired each year, he said. 

FVEBl IT1..VI 

Truste<' While explained lliai 
every Item on the propu.sed 
program is shareable by the 
dcparimefit of education, leav I 
mg half of the amount to cornel 
from the component 'parls of| 
the school di-sirict. i 

Of the amount, H9 per lenl: 
will be Port Alberni's aliaie,' 

•seven per cent, Alberni's, and! 

21 per cent to he paid by the 
lural areas. 

I.N PORT AI.BKRM 

He poinied out that in Port; 

AMierni. 23 per cert of tax 
revenue la derived from resi-l 
dential a.sse.ssmenu and 49 per! 
cent is paid by Mai'.MUIan,{ 

Bloedel and Powell River Ltd.' 
on industrial assessments. 

The speaker refen-ed lo the 
Alberni aiea's position as one 
of the high income districts oil 
Csfiada 

IHIfHF ftl TMVr 

lie gave a brief oiilline of 
the building program whirh 
will include a lii-room Jiinio: 
drive wliich starts si 6 .10 sts-ondary school in southeast 
P"'- Port AJbemi, Improvements to 

A spokesman for the cam- both A. W. .Neill School and 
paign asked that porch lighla j ADS.S. addition of a number of 
be left on Monday evening .cia.ssrooms and activity raom.s 
to assist canvassers. at existing elementary schools Dwight 

, , , as well iui a new aix-room pontal reg 

I school in Beaver Creek. ' A jxisi o 

More canvas.sers could be vrvrs- 1 Green Mvi 

ua<kd *nH anvnnA WlFs »s,tiK ki« 


More Island News 
Turn to Page 20 


There is loiv of space, but much of il is noi lieing 
used, while ai the same time some quaiters are .shock¬ 
ingly cramped lor space. 

The detective office is the besi example of the latter, 
where .stacks of files vie for space with office employees 
and deleciives and there is lillie privacy for anyone. 


He said he did not like cityj 
life, despite the fact he grew 
up the son of a wool bnArr 
near Ixavlon. .so hr bought a 
fai-m in Berkshire Counts 
For some yean he woiked inj 
the business with his father and 
later went lo New Zealand lo 
ebserve life on a sheep station. 

His love for Canada began 
when le saw Victoria for the 
first lime no his return tnp from 
New Zealand in 1938. and 23 
years later, when he sold his 
Knglish farm, he took over his 
present otieralion. 

Although farming all over the 
wmid follows similar basic prin- 
riples. Mr Balme feels s sig. 
nifirant dilferenee lietween Eng¬ 
land anil Canada is the more 
tnirnsive operation abroad, 
mainly dlrtateri by land shnn- 
ages in F:ngland. 

When Ml Balme took over the 
Saville Farm he began to aug¬ 
ment the pure-hrni Ayrshii' 
ilnrk. and now 42 milkers out 
of a total of 110 puiebrrd ani¬ 
mals produce about 1.800 pounds 
of miHt per day. 


A photography room has been set up out .side the 
detective office area, lor want of .space, and the detcc- 
tives’ darkioom it located in another area. 

A communal cell, loeated on Ihe main floor just oil 
the charge office, is ill-ligbleil and iineomfortalilr, while 
a more secure and belter lighted cell area on the si'cond 
and lliiixl llooi s it rarely used. 


NANAI.MO 


More than 9(i 
pel cent of Nanaimo's x-tukil 
(.iiildien w c i e iinmunoeil 
against polio with Sabin ttml 
vaccine here last week. In td- 
Idilion. more than 7,.''i00 iieopin 
iaitended clinics at Ihe liealiii 

|ieiitie. 

•Next campaign will bo in 
.May, 1961. for six-ond “stHlts.' 
It IS lio|>ed that more adul'a 
and pre-s(.'hool children will 
lake advantage of the .spOng 
i clinics. 

.Medical Health Offitvr Xh-. 
G. II Bonham aaid that wllile 
-Salk vamne. Injissed. wwt'aii 
excellent metfacal advwme, the 
Sabin oral vacesne offered the 
I only real hope of eitdicaUng 
; poliomyelitis. 


No Blame 

NA.NAIMO A 


Some of !lie.se i ells double as sioietooms and one 
hallway is jammed with conliscatni pinball machines 
with no better place to go 

A police firing range in ihe building's basririenl has 
galhered the dust of months It. also, has heiome a 
sometime storeroom lor a host of unlikely parapheinalia. 


coroner s 

eat !|ury heie aliached no blame 

The Cobble Hill 4.H Onn-‘ 11', 
mmiiiy Club will hold 'h 

nual achievement banquet in t" ^ "Z 

the Cobble HIU hall Fi iday 

Thp B.C. Purebred Shpop a V r, .. • .. 

Bieetleif AxsixHalion will holS . , 

its annual meeting Saturday at *•' exonerated of any 

ns. ..I. < _ u . ■ - t'L Wame Biggs, who haa bi-en 
the TTouhalem Hotel in IXin- , , i, u 

di iving for 30 years, has never 

^ ^ ^ been in an accident before and 

ha,s a clean driving record 

.\ member of the Covi ichah He told the Jury yesteixlay 
4-H Holstein Club, Harry he was driving hi.s vehicle at 
Dewn. lo, received three about 25 miles an hour at Ihe 
awards at the recent achieve-1 time of the atxident at the 
ment banquet of the chib al'lunction of Nicol and Robin 
Duncan. Streets. 


.An improved magistrate's couri th what is niw Ihe 
detenive and traffic office building wxiuld eliminate Ihe 
inefficiency of transfening prisoners lo anil from Saanich 
police court, as well as improve general rourlnsHn 
efficiency. 

Anyone who still has doubU on the need for I lie 
U75.0UO money bylaw, which goes lo the people Dec 12. 
can take a guided tour of pnUce station facilities, 
arranged 1^ Chief J. F. Gregory. 


I)iiiii(‘r Pliiiiiicd 

The annual family dinner lor 
ie tipii Mi-5, will he fcatuj-sl 
hv the Ofkimist Club Siimkiy 
Iks- k iri the Optimist llawir, 
.Suiici l'n k^cet at 5 .30 pljl. 


Kiwanis Shoots for $30,000 


Tie Kiwanis Club of Vic- 
toi.a IS shooting for S3U,UUU 
in its Tth Annual Porchllght 
Drive Monday evening. 

Funds from the drive are 
earmarked for a stan oh the 
completion of the Villa part 
of Kiwania Village. 


housing project which today 
has a capital «utlay of 
3590.000. 

To date the village con- 
si^ of 50 Individual cot¬ 
tages designed for elderly 
couples and survivors. 


The couples pay a modest 
nun of S28 fbr an electric¬ 
ally heated cottage with the 
only- other cost being elec- 
trkity which averages Sll a- 
month including heating. 

The villa is for single per 
aons, meals aie provided 


In 1952 the dowmtown' 
KiWanik club of Vietoi la em¬ 
barked On ■ St .000.000 proj¬ 
ect to assist senior citizens 
in the Gieater Wtoria area. 

A dart was made on Ihe 


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20 Sailu (Calnniit. VKtrn^ 
Thyridav No« 26 1^63 


K otnl/ihr^ 


Wrecked 

Boiler 

Operating 


Ferry Service Approved 


IH .N< AN A awa IK N4 \N I‘ '* ] • !.#»>• t>\ li • 

dnvjm uiU <x)nn* !iur im* ^ .hk -tn i:- iLi- ». and •> 

netif funti'^ dor 3<»<' Prr.idaK.r r.d > .ilp" - *nr r*»"v picdt iprr.ai* i»au'<-i:i r ihr , I'.: 

7 ndian 5 on Kuiwr l'«ku.d wtlh iM-rs.nk; of Ihf rHino»tM-Ait \.t;v «:ri •-•vr,' ' 

iho a.'ioumvmrnt from Ottawa r, PTA Miwula'. at ^ p ni , at A<\*p|)teil In «! \m':o Olhc ■ ^ 

that a fom latuhti^ w'tll Iv* t, #* ('.•wicluin ^r^tor .'^>'nd.ii-> hids ran^. ^ '.o lN*'t'U>k<' p: 

t'onsfrurtp*! o*i T’l?- llVik “ cafpima lltp pul>lic is 51 Thnv of t'u’ ortiaining K. ;«• 

ing M with Titomair i..- iinnn!. tot> in thp MibtUvision at Me- trHl dircn 

* Uh.» 1 Imlian Agviil R..n * * * aiid \Vain<x-k I-o* K»-n W i 

SamfiMui said he mi-iM-d > \>AIMO H.il C«H.-hranf Avmu** wn*> pm-.-d at SliiiO, Kenofick. Tom Mor; 

word of !!«' projisi fiom 0( rriinni; ta''rntmi nt a>;cnt heic, one at $1,000 and loor at $'^*10 Itonaldson 

tawa th« w.vk For tlw pa-st was hotiortsl h> m*- staff Sf the * • • 

acseial yoai-s tho Kui><*r Is- t fi.r-a-' %l.lll liM R—j- ' s ts 

landors liave boon asking for former colleagues at a dm- [said to the memois of two 
the link. nei [Kirty held at the Tally-Ho. men of widely different cir- 

Mr Sampson saiil the final Cochrane retires Saturday cumstanres when Alherni 

appiwal came from I! K. '*> «b«“'-‘..d a period of 

tiann. superinten.l.mt of fer- 'he BC gmemment silence at the opening of the 

ties from Victoiia "•'"eo .sp.*e regular mes-ting. 

. . highl> of Mr. Ox-hranp's spr- Mayor' Bishop caDod 

The Ir^ian Affairs I>epart ynveiTimeirt for the mark of resppel for 

ment will pay for the doik. s,*naimo. the Ute President John 

pnd t^he tame teiTV now jd.v * * * Kennetly and for .Albenii old- 

JraL,^"i*'**j CTen«inus ZKBAIJXIS Four men timer tleordie Richardson, a 

Thetis Island will then Include named to conle.st the former alderman, who died 

Kuper Lsland twice daily. ,^ree .seats available on the last week 

In the pa.st. Kui>er l.slanders village commis.sion when nom 
had to go by boat to Thetis Is- (nations eJo-sed .Monday . They 
tend to board the government are Davies. J. Roci+no, R. y. 
fei-ry from theie, dr travel In Whittnai and W M Coburn. 
smaU boats from their tstend * * * 

to Cheitialnus. I'OKT AI.BF.KM — .«even 

* * a lot.s in a new Port AlbeiTUj>ub- 

N.ANAIMO Two men went 
oti trial in magatiates court 
Wednesday in conneilion with 
offences while emphiycd at the 
Harmac construction project. 

Frank Royden Ytxing. -who 
had pleaded not guilty earlier 
to .a charge of theft of gasoline, 
wa.si^argcd with possession of 
a gasohiv barrel valued at less 
than 

Horst Frb was Thm charged 


-Ic-,’. Mrl 
\ t. ra^n « r 
Kogam'w, 
igl.t. Jamt s 
■;os and Sid 


W'QODUBRE ICP) — The 
recxjvco’ boiler which ex¬ 
ploded here Aug. 18 killing 
■even men has been rqxured 
and is now operating, Rayon- 
ler Canada Limited manager 
William Dale said Wednesday. 

.. Dale said safety recommen 
dations of a coroner's Jury 
Oct. 2 have been carried out. 

The jury had asked for four 
additionaJ safety measures at 
♦he company's recovery boiler. 
They were: 

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Four Generations Gather 
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Mozart 

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Four generations of a Nanai- McOirr, John Creen. Mrs. H 
mo JrIBneer family were present Parsons. William Barraelough, 
ayihe 'fnnual ceremony coin- Arthur Martin, seventh genera- 
^emoradng the landing — at lion of the Sage family. Alar 
ihoneer Rock, near the Bastion Burdoik. R. J. Whalley, presi 
of the families who came to dent of the Nanaimo branch ol 
Vancouver Island on the barque the B.C. Historical Society. Mrs, 
Princess Royal In 18M. Pearl Turlfv, representing the 

Present at the ceremony were Barker family and Mrs. Wil 
Hiram Gough, his son. Sam. his liams. 

grandson. Ted. and tlis.gccat- Prayers were led by the Rev 
grand-daughter, Dawn. Robert Graeey of Brechir 

Others present were; Mrs. W. United Church. « 


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NANAIMO A Nrtl Black 
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writers A.ssociaiion. 


DUNCAN — Guest speakers 
at the next general meeting of 
the Duncan-Cowichan Cham¬ 
ber of Commerce will be repre¬ 
sentatives from the Better 
Buatneas Bureau of Vancouver 
Island. The meeting wtll be 
held Dee. 5, at the Commercial 
Hotel, at 8 p.m. 

The three speakers will he 
E. M. Sinclair, BBB president, 
W. D. Tindall BBB general 
manager: tha organization's 
field representattve, Ross 
Douglas, and S. P. Jones, also 
of the Vancouver Island 
bureau. I 


Marksmanship Awards Made 
At Parksville Meeting 


PARK.SVH.Ul Awards for firearms course will he made soeiatlon Thursday Parents 
ghest marks tn a recently- at the regular meeting of have been Invited to the meet 
impleted eight week junior Parksville Ftsh and Game As-'ing. 

, Fifteen boys successfully 
passed the examinations which 
1 -M-k « • 1 m "■ marked the end of the course. 

m Behind Cloud 

Altogether 17 boys took part 

_ lin the training course which 

!■ I BW J 1 j was conducted by Henry Estlin 

I wkJ a.ssisrted by Henry 

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„ ... , 1 . i' All succea.slul candidates re- 

* * * . S*"*"* 'he rear i i^ked certificates for firearm.s 

forward through the giant air, safety gnj crests for sweaters 
t""^jor jackets 

watched the lights go the included' in the awards to be 
paasengers drop off to sleep. „,ade at the Fi.sh and Game 
A baby cried fitfully but ao8n club meeting are the Trading 
^'■'1 ■"'WT- There was only po„t perpetual trophy for the 
the hum of the motors. j highest percentage in mark.s- 

When I went up to the cock i manship and the Sam Gough 
pit again it was 6:30 a.m.j Individual trophy for the hlgh- 
Greenwich time. A crescentj est marksman.ship and exam 
*'1 moon hung to s I a r b oa r d.| results. 

V s Underneath us the clouds layi The training Is apon.sored by 

* J 1 like a dark, fluffy mattress. the Fi.sh and Game Club at the 

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VANCXDUVEJl (CP)—Two fi-clghters collided in 
Vancouver hai-bor Wednesday night and one had to 
be grounded to prevent it from sinking. 

The in,(IOO-ton Irish Rowan 
ripped open under riie impact 
when she collided with the 
7 000-ton Greek freighter Evie. 

Tile inrush df water started to 
swell the cargo of grain atioard 
Mie Irish-owned ship. 

Vancouver harbormaster 
Capi. William Dobie ordered 
♦he ship beached to prevent It 
from sinking in the harbor. It 
will be lowed to diydock today 
when emergency repairs are 
made. 

None of the crew members 
aboard either of the ships was 
Injured. 

The Irish Rowan had a ftve 
by six tool hole below the 
waterline and the Evie suffered 
bow damage. 


By PETER BRUTON 
(Special to the ColoniHt) 

OTTAWA—The Pearson government has, 
dashed British Columbia hopes for a morej 
equitable tajc-sharing arrangement. B.C. witf 
probably be worse off than before. j 

ThLa sensational development came al yester-j 
day’s session of the federal-provincial conference’ 
when the federal Liberal government “leaked" the 
news that the only changes in the present agi-eement 
will be to increase equalization payments |o the 
“poorer" provinces. g | 

That means every province except p.C. and 
Ontario. 

"This is a real clanfer." stormed a livid 
Attorney-General Robert Bonner. 

_ Dalails of the new scheme— 

I which will likety benefit the 
provinces sharing in equallza- 
jiion grants by some $SO.OaO.OOO 
will be announced Friday.! 
(See also Page 3|t. 

The Paarson government 
plans ^ disdoned at a brief. 


Stockholm? 


Opposition 
Unites 
In Korea 


Summit 
Parley 
Seen 
In June 


SEOUL. South Korea (API 
— ( Ivlllaa poMIk-al foes of 
Prrxldmit-elect I'huag Hrc 
Park nntted Wednesday le 
wage a legal bailie againNl 
Irrrgularlttea that they said 
marked the National As- 
semhly elerlion his folhiwers 
wun by a landslidr. 


(ionnallv Tells Slorv 


MOSCOW <UPI) — Thd 
Sovlat prm guve promirn 
lence Wednesday to a call 
for a summit meeting be> 
tween President Johnson 
and Premier Khrushchev: 
Speculation here centred 
on neutral Stockholm as ■ 
possible site for such a 
meeting in June. 

The feeling in informed Sn 
vlel circles wss that KhitiAh) 
chev would pul no obi<tarles 
In the way of such a confeis 
ence. “ 

The official Communist parig 
newspaper. Pravda. published 
a lead front-page article ye% 
IsiAy on FIrat Deputy Pie* 
mler Mikoyan's meetings In 
Washington with President 
Johnson and Serrelary o| 
State Rusk. 

iriMUilT 

Pravda remarked that Sens 
J. William Fulbi-lght. cliaiif 
man of the Senate For*.gn 
Relations Committee, had In 
a television Interview ‘‘pia( 
posied that a summit meet inf 
be held." 

Publication of this call In 
I detail in the official party pub- 
’ i.eation was reganled here as 
tantamount lo a stamp of aih 
proviI 

IN JUNE 

Khrushchev is scheduled te 
visit Scandinavia in June, with 
slops in Stockholm. Oslo and 
C openhagen, and Western otv 
ervei's speculated the Swedi.-ili 
I capital would be a likely spot 
for a Khniaiichev - Johason 
meeting. 

A June ‘'familiarisation" 
i session between the new U.S, 

I president and the Soviet prr* 

I mier would follow the patient 
^ of the slain President Kei^ 
nedy's first meeting with 
Khrushchev In neutral Viennd 
in June. IWl. • 

NO AGENDA C 

• 

That two-day meeting, with 
no formal agenda and no nsa 
goliatlons, followed Kennedy d 
(lection In November, 1900. , 

Oneva and Vienna, hi that 
Older, also were mentioned la 
• peculation as alternative sum¬ 
mit sites. • 


They’ll Kill Us All 

Texas Governor Said 


the provincial premier s.j 
Everybody seemed to aereej 
tflal the final plan has been I 
drafted in bark rooms by fed-j 
eral Liberal brass, weeks be¬ 
fore the conference began. 

'Hiere could be a major blow¬ 
up wrhen delegates meet tixlay 
with British Columbia in the 
, vanguard. i 

I Ontario Premier John Rob-! 
arte seems prepared, relue 
tantly, to accept the new deaU 
for the good of the country. 


DALLAS (UPII—A* an 
assassin’s bullets thudded I 
into President Kennedy, 
his wife grabbed his bleed¬ 
ing form and cried, “Oh ’ 
my CJod! ’Hiey’ve killed mj 
husband! Jack, Jack!" 
Texas Governor John Con- 
nally said Wednesday. 

"We had just turned the cor¬ 
ner (onto Elm SI recti. We heard 
s shot. I turned lo my left . . . 
the president had slumped. He 
said nothing." 

Omnally. senouslv wounded 
him.self by a bullet from the 
a.ssassin's rifle, spoke from his 
bed at Parkland Hospital It 
was his first public accounting 
of what happened when three 
slk>ls were fired from a sniper's < 
rifle hidden on the si.Mh floor 
o; s building 100 yards away. 
SI.AL WARMTH 

"We got into downtown Dallas 
w-t>ere there was a tremendou- 
ciowd w-i|h real waiinth, real: 
iinderatanding and real apprec-ia- 
non." he recalled, wiping hi. 
ej e». 

"Nellie Ibis wife I and I saw 
It all so vividb' because we were 
riding in the car wiih them. We 
(i.(* not attempt to ackiviwledge, 
Ihc ovation because we knetv ii 
wa.- for the pre-ideni. 

N»IX.IF. SAID 

"Al a mailer of fart, no more 
tl'an 30 seconila before the 
li-idegy occurred. Nellie lui-ned, 
lo thr pre.sidrnl and said. 'Mr.j 
Piesidenl, Ihev can't make you] 
bclievr now- there are not s<ime 
in Dallas wlw love and apprr- 
c.sle you ' 

".And, he -aid. 


New Split Rocks 
Turkey Coalition 


ISTANBUL. Turkey (AP> hourt a limilar vote by the 
Premier Ismrt Inunu'a coalition Peasants National party. The 
government was brought closer two, plus Inonu's Republican 
to collapse Wednesday with the Peoples party, farmed the coall¬ 
resignation of a second coalition tlon. No action ran be taken 
member, the New Turkey party until the lO-year-old Imeiu re- 
The mm-e followed by M turns Imni the U.S. 


fiorernor anti Nellie ('onnttlly 


New Threats Cited 
New Photo Denied 


VANCOUA’ER i C P » 
f-'ui-halted football tans, ax 
labld as any of the Ihou 
sandi converging on Van¬ 
couver for Saturday'! Grey 
Uup riassir, have chartered 
a C-40 out of Yellowknife, 
N.WT. 

One floor of a large down¬ 
town motel has been re»erv- 
ed for them. TiieyTl move 
around V’an. juver in a 
group aboard a bus ih .t ha.s 
been reserved for them 
And they'll rub shoulders 


w-ith people Irom all over 
the country who are just as 
Grey Uup-cunscious as they 
are. 


'ITie CPR. In wliat It <ails 
' one of the heaviest Grey 
r u p rail movements In 
years." has laid on four 


special trains — two liom 
Calgary and one each from 
Regina and Winnipeg — lo 
move thousands of persons 
into Vancouvei. 

Friday morning one regu 
lar train and two extras u ill 
pull into the downtown sis 
tion. disgorging more than 
t.IMJO persons within the 
hour. 

Sixteen sleepers, sorom- 
m-jdation for 100 persons, 
will be aet up behind ih* 

( nattnued ■■ Page 1 


D.\LLA8 (API—Threats were made against 
French President de Gaulle and Uallas .Mayor Larle 
Cabell in nnonymous phone rails mnde shortly 
brlore the Kennedy funeral Monday, the Dallws 
News said Wednesday. The FBI warned and pro¬ 
tected both men. 

.Meanwhile, the I'.S. justice depnriment denied 
it had a new photograph or other rvldenrr—or 
knew of aay—showiag ttso people in the window 
from which an asHannin shot Kenned.T. The evi¬ 
dence indicated only one person wns In thr room. 


Extra Flight Saturday 


Trans-t'asada Air Uses has si-hedsled an extra fll|1ii Is 
AsMsisier Satnrday iiHirslag Inr passengers nbo will wsai 
lo see the luorwing (irey Cwp parade, a Tl'A spfilirstMB said 
jresleeda.t. 

The spef-ial fllghi will trace Pnliirla Hai AIrpnrt al 
1 a.ni., helween the legnlar Bits and IS;M n.m. Illghts, 


No. they sure 

con't.' 

"W'e had just tui ned the cor 
ner. we heard a shot. 1 turned 
10 my left . . . and the presi¬ 
dent had slumped. He said 
nothing. 

"As I turned, I knew I was 
hit and I knew I had been hit 
Continued on Page 1 


t'.nndidateg tacor 
Large, I nirersity 

‘ —Page 33 


Rare Double Kitet 
For Fliers Friday 
—Page 21 


The Daily Coionirt Christmas 
UO Fund has again become the 
I'sllying point for many ptiblic- 
-liirltcd groups wishing to per¬ 
petuate the true meaning nl 
Christmas. ~ 


The toys w-ili be picked up by 
volunteer Art Kooi of Reliable 
Tran-fer and delivered In May¬ 
nard's Auction Roumi T33 John, 
son Stieei. 


In the mall which they must 
present a' Gamers Ltd.. jJK 
Ileraht Street, from Dec. 16 to 
30 ineiu.slvr. 


Pm red- from ihe auction mil 
av ell Ihe 300 Fund. 

The Victoria Gun Club is again 
throwing its weight behind ibe 
301 Fund. 


Names in the Neics 
—Re PrefHiretl 

—Page 21 


Victoria Youth 
Meld iu Shootiu«! 

*«' NELSO.N (CPI — A Victoria 
*1 youth was arrested by ppHte 
-S here Wednesday night folMwing 
^ the firing of a shot in the Nel- 
’ son (nii depot in which Ihe 
depot manager narrowly ev 
, t, it aped injury. 


'nic gun club will also hold 
its annual turkey ihoot Der 
21 and 22 from which the fund 
will receive further help. 

Tickets for Ihe giant binge 
aye on saje at The T. Eaton 
Co. box office and at Mew i arial 
Arena. 

Vkiorians are asked to 
f onHnind an Page 1 


Lucky Circle cards air In 
many sunes In Greater Vk- 
teria and proceeds will al-o 
help swell Ibe fund. 

Cards sre shot as they sir 
filled and winners i those with 
the eirde with (he most shot |n 
it) are announced. 

H'inners will rrceKe ■ chit 


Here more volumeer.t will -ort 
the toys and knock them du» n 
to the highest Udder during ilw 
hig Christmas SuO Fund auction 
Dec 17 

Tups lor this aucuon may alw 
be led at Maynanl's Auctusi 
Rfxms between now and the 
auctksi. 


A toy brought to the Victoria 
Kinsmen giam Ungo in the 
Memonal Arena Tuesday can 
bring jay to the needy and Ihe 
p-er 

A toy turned bi at ihe doer 
will give the deoar an eiira 
shance on a turkey. 


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