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No. 127-106th YEAR 


VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SUNDAY, MAY 10, 1964 





Rush Asks Allies 


NORMAN, Old*. (AP) — 
A raapirdi sodcioglat des¬ 
cribed Friday ■ new Negro 
youth group which ha odiwl 
more extreme than the Black 
Muslima. 

Dr. Lewie Wade Jones ad 
FUk Univsrtity, Nashville, 


pared far a social psychology come Into being only when Jones said he learned of 
symposium at the Univera- the new emerging Afro- the new biadter-toan-bladc 

ity of Oklahoma. Asian nations become strong group when it met In Nash- 

Jones said the new group enough to assert t h ems e lves vilie last weekend and at- 

has denounced ail other Ne- as the new majority and tracted deieg at e e from a 

gro leaden and “they believe dominant force in the wide area of the United 

the world they want will world.” State*. 


Tton.. said the new group, 
which he aalkd Afro-Ameri¬ 
can Youths, represents a 
movement for black inter¬ 
nationalism. 

The Negro professor made 
his report in a paper pre- 


Armed Man Nabbed 


Rescue 


BRUSSELS (UPI) — Secretary of State Dean 
Rusk Saturday urged the European allies to stop 
selling strategic goods to Communist Cuba, which 
he said is a "threat to democracy." 

He made the appeal at a luncheon between talks 
with Belgian and European Common Market officials 
at which he laid the groundwork for his new drive 
to strengthen Araerican-European co-operation. 

Rusk called on America's 
allies in Europe to curb trade 
with Castro's Cuba and "co¬ 
operate" with the Western Hemi- 
'hava the 


MOSCOW (CPI)—An alrpart 


A second footing disaster in a UA airliner may 
have been averted Saturday — and a California 
warehouseman was named as the possible author of 
the first, which took 44 lives in California Thursday. 

Meanwhile three more air - 

wrecks occurred yesterday, 

killing 51 people. But three A 

people survived the worst of • I Lust \ r 
these crashes, in Argentine. Mr W 

The details: 7 

• Cab driver L. J. Ander¬ 
son, 36, was arrested at the T| • 

San Francisco International I ft 

airport minutes before he was _R_ 

to have boarded a Dallas-bound 

airliner with a >45,000 Insur OTTAWA (CP)-Aa Americ 
ance policy and an automatic magazine Is advising its rei 
pistol in his pocket. ers, in effect, to poison the 

Police said Anderson, a na- ___ 

live of Dallas who has barn a 

cabbie in San mnd^co since U.S. Plea! 

3980, was charged with carry- . 
ing a concealed weapon and 
attempting to board an air- WW a 

liner while carrying a firearm. mmGM.Wh 

• In Washington, 


Cuba Word 


sphere nations which 
primary responsibility for deal¬ 
ing with this threat to democ¬ 
racy." 

OFF TO MAGtJC 
Rusk, who leaves today for 
The Hague and a crucial three- 
day meeting of the foreign min¬ 
isters of the North Atlantic 
Treaty Organisation opening 
Monday, spent 90 minutes with 
Belgian Foreign Minister Paul- 
Henri Spsak Saturday morning 
and another 60 minutes during 
the afternoon. 


Exiles 


WASHINGTON (AP) - Exile 
He also met for an hour with ■■id yesterday that at- 

Professor Walter Hallatain of Uclu anti-Castro Cubans on 
Germany. Common Market ex- Communist Cuba appeared prob- 
ecutive president, and other top * ble * l ■"* moment, 
officials of the six-nation Euro- Spokesman for various exile 
pc an economic bloc. ,* cUon groups in the United 

Ctelea aaiJ aa^k aMa.la. 


govern- v M 

ment Investigators said an un¬ 
identified San Francisco man _ 

has identified California ware 1 

houseman Frank Gomales, 27, g fUv 

as the owner of the revolver 
found In'Hhe wreckage of the 

Pacific Airlines plane which T\T _ 

went down Thursday. /\{W¥WS 

A New York newspaper * 

added Gonzales took out more 

than SS0JXX) In flight insurance WASHINGTON (UPI — The 
before the flight. Gonzales be United States has asked about 
longed » the Philippine squad » nations, including Canada, to 
at the 1960 yachting Olympics provide "practical and material 
in Naples. I contributions" to aid South Viet 

• In Peru, 48 people died Nam ir its battle against Con> 
when an Argentine air force munist-backed guerrillas, 
courier plane hit a high U.S. officials said yesterday! 
coastal sand dune and burned, that the countries concerned 
An eight-yearotd girt, a 13- «"«• «*> "WPly economic 

year-old boy and a crew mam ,Hd “'tsl aid aa well as assis- 
ber survived but ail era in lMC * to »hs south Vietnamese 
critical condition. military effort, but not for coro- 

Officlals at Linn. 18 miles ba * 
south of the crash scene, said NINE HELPING 
the plane's wheels were down Among the nations to which 
and the pilot was groping in appeals were sent were nine 


Luxurious 

40-Footer 

Launched 


Oakatta 


M 4-ketch UMu I 

and even death. "T* ^ ' 

__ task Is waters si Vlrlerta 

_ __ HsriMr yes ter d a y. Mw wiB be 

I pIiPI* only entry from Engesw YarM 

ltuw Club Is iMs year's Hsrtftsars 

1 rare. Yacht was hellt by fe- 

UlflrffCCl legte Csestrerttse and Deatga : 

" LM. for hsvestmeat dealer 

VANCOUVER I CP) - Mrs. Feeter Asknsa.-(Das Gabs) | 
James Douglas Hunt. 32-year-; <»ee tossy Plage tl.> 
old bank teller, was charged _ ^ ' 

with theft Saturday after loves- m 00011X0 C rOCS 

Sn.2! m ‘“ tas To the Poll* 

Mice the n»*y w, , "SSSS 


I VANCOUVER (CP) — The Prison officials said 
suicide of a convicted drug U P bidding material In 
addict e.ti.ed . nc.r-rio, in ■****• **WSl. 
Oskalla prison farm in Bur- m 
naby Saturday night. 

About 100 prisoners gathered 
in the exercise yard and re¬ 
fused to return to their cells of drugs, 
after Austin Sunder Talleck. 

47, who was undergoing drug 
with draw a] treatment, was 
I found dead. 


‘Look in My Eyes 


shouting "We want the 
warden" — demonstrated tar 
about two hours. They pro¬ 
tested the prison's treatment 
of drug addicts by withdrawal GI 

into 


IlP>— "Look The people voted Thursday 
said Henry and Blythe came last. What 
Blythe, campaigning on what he went wrong? 
called the "hypnotic independ- "Nothing went wrong,” said 
ent” ticket In this English city. Blythe. "I'm delighted with the 
Voters at the election meeting results. I had counted on getting 
looked into his eyes as he told 100 votes snd I got 134. I set out 
'Vote for Henry Blythe, to prove thst people could be 
home when "he prisoners re- Elect Henry Blythe to the city hypnotised into verting for any 
turned to their cells. I council.” j person or party—and I did." 


They returned to their cells 
when officials agreed to meet 
with a prisoner delegation to 
discuss their complaints. 

Day shift guards were held 
over but were allowed to go them 


Surging Welcome. 

Egyptians Stvamp 
Khrushchev Guard 


Trounce 

House 


broke down repeatedly when 

Khrushchev and Nasser drove VANCOUVER (CP)— Mayor 
through the streets of Alex- William Rathie said Saturday 
andrila In a three-mile motor- the coat of settling Vancouver's 
cade. The car was stopped outside worker strike must be 
several times, once for 10 met by a cutback In services, 
minutes, when crowds broke Hll rtatement „ eity 

through police lines and aur- unanlmou ^ accepted a 

ro “™ led J t - . , formula, drafted by Dr. G. Nell 

v “l™^! cheV ,m “^' Bhook Perry, vice - president of the 
hand* like a poUlWm run- Unlwr .ity of Brittah Columbia, 
ning for office, took flowers to rnd . ^ ttlik8 by L 500 
from women and patted little wnrt . r . 

children on the head. ___ . 

The two leaders then ***** FORMULA 
boarded a train for Cairo and The Perry formula, granting 
when they arrived tn the a 19-cent-an-hour increase over 
capital there was another tu- « basic wage of 32.09* i In a 
multuous demonstration. four-phased, two-year contract, 

had been accepted 887-89 in a 
, membership vote of the Civic 
(Outside 


Answer 


With only two more weeks to 
go in ITw Daily Colonist Historic 
Building Contest, the eleventh of 
32 weekly picture clues is repro¬ 
duced at right. 

Last week's ctae, the cork¬ 
screw curls, are on the century- 
old Trounce-House. Story of the 
building is told today on Page 12. 


Employees’ Union 
Workers) Friday night. 

Mayor Rathie told council the 
settlement had brought to 3790- 
000 the city's total wage boost 
bill this year. Cost of the out¬ 
side workers' settlement was 
estimated at 3313,000. 

SWEAT IT OUT 
The; mayor said the money 
will have to be "sweated out" 
of the city's original budget 
estimates for this year. 

"These sums are simply not 
going to come out of the tax¬ 
payers' pockets as far as I'm 
concerned,” he said. 

The mayor called for cuts In 
city services and Improved ef¬ 
ficiency at city hall, in addition 
to layoffs to meet the budget. 


Answers to this current clue 
should reach the Colonist by 5 
p.m Thursday in search of the 
main prize in the contest, a 3100 
Canada savings hond presented 
by the Colonist and toe National 
Trust Co. Ltd. 

Winners this week of annual 
memberships in the Greater 
Victoria Historic Building Trust 
are Mrs. Winnifred McKirtny, 
2229 Happy Valley Road; Mrs. 
M- McKInny.TJ85 Niagara; Mrs. 
Q. E. Simpson, 1234 Pandora. 


King Fisherman 
—Page 2 


Youth in Britain 
Goes on Drug Kick 
—John Crosby. Page 8 


Racial ... 
Bp-rt .... 
Idsiliks 
Theatre* 
Travel .. 


Names in the Nests: 

Whippings Appealed 

-Page 11 


Bay windotc-where is it? 


Strikers tear up picket signs 




















rM THINKir/ ABOUT PUTTIN’ 
r THEM |KB A BOOK nT' 


Council 

Agendas 

Monday 


Drivers Beaten 


Ronald H Biakar Alan Bay 

April Pidnl Snort. Box J. Camjhall 
W\rr 

Pal llraM. Pvt SIpRMH. 

%IRI.R\M ARC * UT I CHAT 

ram«nn Lake Cfialvt. Omn«a Lakr. 
Mi haul apart!ng Guodi, Part Al¬ 
ta Til. 

P>rt BnltiouM. Wirl Alhami 
Landing apniat Lakr 
Thr Matiln Rraurt. Sprat Lake, 
l.akaahurp fanki, Sprual Lain. 

w M l Oata*-a Spraal Late. 

Klim Lodjr sproat Lake 
Thr Ark. a real Centra I Lake, 
stamp Rim- »om. stamp Ibaar Fain 

Road. 

Xafemlnt L< 4 s*. Sahmint. 

Mamm a Sir**. I'rluelri 
•altar * Sail Sana. Ttiflna. 


tow ABOUT UBTRYIN* 
f ONE Of THEM butt* 
ONTMf NiN ESTATE, 

PCT?-Dh ashamed i 
TO NVlTf PEOPLE 
T THIS CHEAP 
LITTLE Ole/ 


Convenient 

Terns 

Little s Taylor Jewelers Ltd. 

1209 DOUGLAS STREET SH&-4II1 


2 BltlM SdIomM Tkhrk. EC, 


King Fisherman 


mt8 


Weig 

Aw 


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May le, ItM 


Nature Tour 


THE VICTORIA 
REAL ESTATE 


Roams Park 


TeoMie hoodlums roamed Bmchinn on the porcfc. asking 0 BrW, spacial council _ - „ 

Beacon lttll Park Friday nlgtu, ] loc assistance. a—dag 1 c ghw final approval 1 B <» 4 _ 

attacking two M«n «nd ter Brockman told police he to MM budget ! 2 ^TTSL» ,, v 5 - < RcrTaA^ aae 

rvditaa others. m* driving In die park and; g fin*** committee dls- 

In another Incident, a sellar Rad been Mapped by five-— several items, including sue* uwd vim saw* Raan Tat» 

was asaaoltod — apparently youth* in another oar, who Mpitoattoo by Waeteni Home ,r eCLS?V«ta. a n - - - 

without pro v ocation — by ano-J beat him with their fiats. p In,. licence, 

ther young man. r alud AGAIN nln-'.*' 9*3 

One of the victims. Melvin ^ OAS BAT 

Brockman. 1130 May. was ad * ETtosSSl • ***« —*■ wmltlae STfentoKS— 

nutted to hnqilial w«» head to- JJJ* will award annual tutors and j-sjai 

Jurtoa after an attack. ^ ■innuiiiw care on nark hear ■ p tt>ort aa a irafflo count ay 

aft*. »Dmn Sm .. Pn»p«. PUe. 

—— £55 raSs iHttK 

Five Czechs C*£S«:?iE Hossack Elected 

Defect S {SSro^amndMiS! By DenturisU 8 

., through hto open window. he * om a*sa«H on. him 

In l.nnrlpr ,oW p 0 **- Vancouver (Cp)-Ed Horn *Tu*. o. ow. 

in oanaer BE V»AL MDfUTR* sack <* suburban Burnaby was fcK 

OTTAWA « 3 *>—Five Ciecho- He said he drove away, but elected president of the Public ■ .w. L*ei«ve 

alovaktans. lour men and « was followed by the other car Dwturists Society of British 

woman, defectad to the west at for several tnkiulre until be _ . ,. __ . a 5 “ **“ 

Gander. Ntld., Ute Thureday, finally shook them. Columbia at a meeting hto# Sat-, Wjrs a*rt aj-rc mmM i 

the immigratkw department Another aailor. - urd * y - k—i 

■aid Friday. The By# left a Bci- Hutchinson, HMCS Jonqutorre. The meeting also elected W 1 I - 1 1 *?XT "EZL “T.M— 

taania airliner enroute to Prague iqU polios he «•> aaeaulled ! ‘am Wataoo of Victoria as truv rtti c~_. m, u-m. 
from Havana and asked Cana- at Laquimalt Road and Harbour tee lor Vancouver Island; »-*. h.X? »,m L.wki« 
dian immigratiasi officials lor by a Work Point soldier. George Draft of Kelowna for the | j£j . 
political asylum. They stepped Hutchinaon Buffered a out lip Okanagan area and Richard: ?> ne w*. Q<r *a. a *yf 
off the aircraft after it landed and broken teeth. Police say Palmer of Nelson for the Koot- rUI* ciiT^Ta«i rJ^^poi 
for refuelling. the attack was unprovoked, enay area. n —__ 


Your Good Health 


B - - IaA ‘ - - nu„ w m 

xf'ZJ’ZuS.-ru- Conl RM - 

.2“ * *■” * nilTl1 * rvka teotlnv CAinpM * * * 

“TT’ ^i. w ' , »C 2 Lr ,i *m» , ^“toa va> c-«»mii There was a wonderful dls 

Br^*r Bsr «!lstt<ww one in «h ess* Cm* play of Lady Slipper, with 
bm. Wa sm. IW Klthln| . L»k» totne clumps having aa many 

C"« 7 . Mi Mm umv , Rjv * f ■» 30 blooms. 

ErSHOaEtr - 

fL * "w cw. to. °“ ,l v LL “ 

Rom » D p*. B.» st oq. iteoay. Bamboo, a grass, ranges In 
Pma runt a-t row., ft-t iu» *iw anywhere from a tow inches 

|'« RmiTM suim. Poo »** "“to. tall to 120 feet high and 12 Inches 

tnfpem*. ilmisv*. *■■•? BO> 

- mam sola** nw ins. Hal*.] b*t. in diameter. 


Sanctuary 
Urged 
At Thetis 


A group of nature lovers 
left Thetis Park sanctuary yes¬ 
terday afternoon, more anxi¬ 
ous than ever to sec the park 
officially dedicated aa such. 

Prof. Lewis J. Clark, who 
led a party of 20 on a tour of 
wild flowsrs in die park, said 
the party waa unanimous that 
every effort should he made 
to have the park dedicated. 

The land is owned by the 
city of Victoria and W admin. 

I sirred by the water comm!*! 
sionrr. City council has given 
aaaurance that H will be kept 
as a park and not subdivided, 
"but we would like to have it 
formally dedicated." said Prof. 
Clark. 

* * * 

The party took a three-hour 
trip along Lady Slipper and 
Seymour Trails. 

They noted about 90 differ 
, ent species of wild flowers and 
were specially Interested In the 
number of striped and spotted 
Coral Root. i 

* * * 

There was a wonderful dls 
play of Lady Slipper, with 
some clumps having aa many 
aa 30 blooms. 


i U ROW ft ALL SIZES 

IW, Cuasteli ftlw „ ” "*** 

Wa B »> sl ow, in* aa Bay. Bamboo, a gran, ranges In 

imt" cauZTuZmKL 4 * site anywhere from a tow inches 


Antihistamine May Prevent 
Canker Sores in Mouth 


sAi.T vans sun 
» Mu-v Ute tee. O Mary Ute 
<'"V K M BL Mary Late. 

Blur (wlilN Rnr. .St Man Late 
Cr«lan Hrarti Camp. St Man Late. 
TV (Wae. Kn<i. !«l. Mar lAte. 
Ma>Ver Camp R- M*r> late 
K,«»l Vnuiiu«. VpauMu* Bav 
IVtel Ram Marina, tent e-»nl 

Wrtthu-V fteni CampaitM (tee*. 
B»«Ji Bay Itaaori (iiagr*. 

M-'al &,ira. l^npn, 

Paxarant'* M*»». FMtoU. 

Blue Gate* Reawt, Wptur Lake. 
r.nwBia ■•**. team Late 
S,Umar Reaurt Iwim Pnlnl Bute. 

'.(■i.ivrrar *u 10 nrkt in 
Hall * B*')>aiar G-Sdatreteri 
Ham ha rum Hast* Rj»„i HamtaMiaa 
•R K «v Arrra R»«nrt. Mill Hay. 

Mill Hay Marina. Mil Uaj 
lamkmijm Marina. Co>Hrhan Hay. 


iMat I have bad 


my nnalk every lew tours *Mh 


a msnipks to msI 
i.MHith lamk mm I raa 

Scroll mrsl.—MRS. K. 


- By JOSEPH MOLNER. MD Potelbly an antihistRmme there are various Infections ljm iifT ' Martm - "«y s'"i'na sanw c«mp. l^i Brack I 

“ D ,_ r □, _ , wmm ia taken as the period approaches which can attack the lungs. 

.. ' ‘ . may help. It has done so In Sometimes an X-ray gives an Positstssuwl fmm P nnA 1 

• too i ftrst got rate sores la min y casts. immediate and strong indication '“‘OUllllUeU I TO Fll iflgC 1 J 

aiy Bteslh. Now I aa* to sod Recently a new preparation of just what the trouble is; some- ™ 

Mil hove the preblno. A tool a lor cankers has been placed on timss further teats are needed _ _ _ 

*-*— ^ x rr “““ “ pLr, m “ • "•* "^ c “‘ Mayhem in Skies 

ted they mnrmw ood Itoy .re - * # * NO, having had TB does NOT 

sora that tey eyca water Irens Drmr ^ M#toer; Tm m m. provide any immunity against . 

the polo and I rut eat -olid tkioeU "rslritted aaata" te long recurrence. 1R s^ihweslem Oklahoma, kill- ing team died when Ws Jet ex¬ 
tend. tov —-- Mid roe had \ ro*» and a reiuorh skoal * * * ln K *e six men aboard. ploded as the four-plane team 

-nhathi i they ara TB or fttar Dr Mater* i Hto about . * A meml * r * ^- s - air practised Juot before landing 

the aouw prabtew ZmZZLZZ „„J 2 sT JStSZ “ ,orc * Thundertlrd stunt fly- at Hamilton tor base In Call-' 

What eouaaa thtef I have bad ” - T* ** ^ --—- rarn]a . 

>ii ,nrt. mi *• **aa bklaptean* ll three yean. I have Improved r ,__ . , ^ . 

all aarte a t *ir-^;wws ^ ^ ». wtemto*^ verj mwh b.! Mill r»M ..Ik Riiii.lit Pfli* A Federation Aviation Agency 

m» nmsHh every lew hoars .Hh CWa tee dorter let! mare thaa hall a block Will I tJttHU 11/ I (all spokesman in Washington said 

••ft water, medteter* aad ms ^ M ^ H w _. v v . a _ It was not certain a tape re-| 

W ft —•» TO* l. damage icross the KidII(IVS 

mreJL—MRS. T, » « »* ^ 1 SW V tSvml£r Ttry 

You do have a miserable prob- Histoplawiiosis Is a yeast-Uke altergy or"' °hy^re^tod^ IrldlUiffCr fo ^ h *!f “ *’" 1e R fP orts * ,aled - 

tom. Many others have it, loo. mltobon of the bag which Mich aa at times with rabire port WILLIAM ICP> - Two «- i ?! 

but rarely to the degree you arenetlmsa kooks, la X-rays, a vaccine ’V r ’~ «* «to'thing like It." he said. "It 

Hfirrlhi a ^_ . ... __ iTlMkfd twrxilll mjdf off with fQUIldB mflatlv lik* a ninkEft 

R*o° v «n^ *s •Nnyi alow, hut n»veml thousand dollars from a squawking 
In sosne women, changa in further teats are needed to be the fact that you have shown .s.,reway More here Friday nlcht . 

the syitem at the time of the sure-akin teats are available improvement to a good sign, after toning tltr manager to ‘ V 2 T !! I I?; ,T * 

period cause various difficulties tor both TB and "Msta” Unites your doctor haa some oywn the side while holding his u The J 81 c * 1#d m B * u T#,e * 

— hive* cankers, and so on. What else could a "oakifiad specific reason to believe other- fjimily hostage phone Co. experts to make fur- 

There are other causes of can- spot” be? The aearrlng frosn uto*. I- would look forward to Manager James Baccari was **?*"• 

ker aoras. too—allergy or a any type of infaetka or Wury. further Improvement. Whether met by two masked men brand- ■* 

ahrasde Infection. Tumors also show as spots. But it will be complete is toss likely, tohlne* revolvers when he ar- found * fr, * ro * nt ,kuU wkh 

-------- rived home after closing the builwl 

store. The men forced him Into ' ,n " 

The Weather , ”s SrJZZZi^^r 

MAT IE ltftft H 47 . Today's forecast high and ** 1 "^-.- ■• ss « B-rcarT, wife, son and daugh- till WOY Home 

tow flO and M P" 0 ** 1 * .. « s» ter hostage the other forced him * 

Small craft warning, Juan da ^ r> r 1 ^ Vanoouver Ia- jj S v a ' i ttews . u « ii *° tirlva back to the store to open GENEVA (ReutersI — Trade 

Fuca Strait. Mainly cloudy and i*„d cloudy with a few show w 2 uLi£''** t*i S „ i ,h * Mf,> •huh contained the Minister Sharp of Canada left, 

•aol with widely matured era. Uttte change of tempera- £ & S rC flerg Saturday by special RCAP 

OuU-* «ond„: OuBort: Cfc»d, SESfJ • ‘ tSTtTui! gS£ 

.. ■ ,_ _. ... _ ■I..—— - winjt* —urt. it I fcte.asp swa —. ss si mum to Ms Home and drive Lansm ■ ostetstKC to tne open-, 

w - jr*wwsa*t hi Mi asto In* at t eSnm ts w ,he bandits sway. His wife was ing minister session of the Ken- 

” 'TZPJt.T' ^ SSLVJSV " * * a warned not to attempt to call nedy round tariff cutting twgo 

JBa» di Fuca-fttrelU Proclplu- vro Mm a«tttt Jgro at taitan pol.cr fnr at lc.*t 15 mmutes. tiations. 1 


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Closed Saturdays 


~ _l ' _ 1 ' foral a. 

_ -I-# F) • A Federation Aviation Agency 

(IftCttl lull spokesman in Washington said 
t it was not certain a tape re- 

K Iff flffrio eorder from the Pacific Air- 

mumip Unes plane carrlwl lhe wordB 

11 # "My God. I'm shot!" and a cry 

manager for help as aome reports stated. 

" “I didn't hear the word shot 

FORT WILLIAM (CP) — Two or anything like It" he said. "It 
masked bandits made off with .oundi mostly like a parakeet 


sot YABBOW BLDG. 
•45 FORT STREET ' 


The Weather 


MAT IE ltftft 1 U. Today's forecast high and g' / g * ** —. » a 

Small craft warning. Juan da ** 1 **^*. v te. SUtesi'. . ' S l 

Fuca Strait. Mainly cloudy and cloudy with a few show- mSSLJi^ J J 

cool with widely scattered an. Unto chants at tempera- • J 

showers. Outlook Monday: twa. CXitkwk. Cloudy illP toftT !.r: « a 

Mainly cloudy with showers, shearers. Winds westerly li. - - - J J 

Winds bght. westerly 30 . near Forecast high and tow at E»to- CTL. • J 

Juan da Fuca Strait. PrecIpiU- van Point M and 42 nuu (T 

tion M inches. Surehinc ft TaMirakanan '*-**• B d 3 »v- 

hours M minutes. Saturday s re- _ *to? r ";; p in n MM n h v B 

corded high aad tow at Vic- R*utu n u Tr*.* nrt>*» m , T,m» hL-Tna* wt. 

•aria Si and «S. Today’s tore- • « " }• !M ‘J 

•ast M|k and tow Sfi and 45 — • | 2 bH sU 2 £f»» ti 

Tbday’s ronrto. 5 :» «l, eun- SS^ZziZY:: ? 8 ™ 8 £3 UJ» L 5 J 5 IT 

sac 1:43 p.m. iKSff . Si* » m SS M 

East Coast of Vanoouvar la-ifteThw . - .. 2 ■ 

land Mainly cloudy and cool--; * n tsaa a^*r > rxroai. a%a 

with widely scattered shows.! g"rv_Aiwr> . . n n —-————- 

Outlook: Mainly cloudy with tjSj SSST - VT.’: a 2 E»TfiffiT ft ;S 5 T ft 

tew showers. Winds light, ex- fcJ N »i .... *j v ..—- — 

orpt occasionally northwest 15 £ £ ; 5 S 3 2 J 25 Br&S & 

to Georgia Strait, precipitation {£££ ' £ £ S S 25 Su 2 S 222 ! 

.09 inches. Saturdays recorded v.ttcy * u is it saw iToi* tsfii* ai 

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VICTORU RHSPTIR ADSIRUTRSTIVI StltlEMIIT SOCIETY 

(Formerly N.OJLA.) f?' 

EXHIBITION 

OFFICE EQUIPMENT 
and SERVICES 

Empress Hotel, June 18-19-20 


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SCHOOL DISTRICT Ns. 12 (SOOKE) 

Registration of Grade Ont beginners for the 
Langford Elementary School will be conducted at 
the school from Monday, May 11 tit, IBM, to Fri¬ 
day, May 15th, 1964, iadualve, between the hours 
of 1:00 p.m. and 4:00 pjn. 

Parents are requested to bring Birth Certificates 
as these are required for verification of age. 


This exhibition la sponsored by the AJ1.S, 
Aran 13 Conference, to allow the hwabaaa 
(MW Mftsi la see the lateet liwdasnroR 


In conjunction with their 
tea la Victoria mad Van- 
la lb to field. 


TRUE WILL BE IBM SQ. FT. OF EXHIBITS 

Enquiries to: R. T. HOARD, S8&-3411 
P.O. Box 757 

• REMEMBER THE DATE! 


addrero, among a party of 30 who 
toured the sanctuary yesterday.— 
(William A. Boucher) 


He'll guide you In derid¬ 
ing how to finance the 
purchase of a home. The 
advice of your Realtor la 
Invaluable In completing 
financial and legal details 
when purchasing or dis¬ 
posing of properly. 


Admiring early saxifrage blooms at 
Thetis Lake Sanctuary are Linda 
Robinaan, 15, left, of 1060 Tulip, and 
Barbara Scott, 12, of the same 


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SEOUL (AP) — The South 
Korean cabinet rial pint 
yesterday amid duoor by the 
ruling Damocratic-Rapubttcmn 


Burrard 

Facing 

Layoffs 


Ctoiing, *5. a retf ml four- 
star army genera^ had s erved 
as imhe—arha to the Untied 
, States. franc* and Turkey be- 
VANCOUVER (CP i -Burrard for# hi* recall last December 
Dry Dock will be forced to start to )oln ttl* Choi government. 

, , J, —refcl Choi, announcing the reaig- 

layliig off employer, neat week! mUo|ib ^ ^ 

If SO plumbers continue «» ir j cm h4net meettog, mid they 
.trike, J. W. Hudson, executive'would g(w Parte a free hand 
vice-president .aid Saturday, in reshuffling the government 

U ^' r- Sir £ 

gre .lively a. jobe react! tne EOV(jrnnwnt ^ the oppoal 


Meet Your Pharmacist! 


a 11-week strike by 22 md-alto"" »■ dsmonstretton*. 
at three west co.it shipya r ds. 1 STUDENTS PROTEST 

Burrard plumber, held out for , On April 19, .torn* 150 «tu 
- fK dent* tried to invade the 

wage parity w.th cp^, hulk g nf aftCT . demotl . 

«4» get an additional 10 cents Btralian commemorating the 
an hour. | fourth anniversary of the fall 

Officer, of the Vancouver and of President Syngman Rhee. 


Mr. A. E. Greenwood. 
Pharmacist, at our Fort 
Street Dispenaary, has been 
with McGill A Orme since 
1961. 

McGill A Orme takes pride 
In maintaining stocks of the 
newer medicinal agents 
ready to serve you on the 
order of your physician. 


Danish 


Federal Air Transport Board 
To Review Pacific Services 


The letter says four men, In¬ 
cluding the writer, finished 
cutting off the head at 2:10 


District Labor Council, the BC The student* protested govern 

Federation of Labor and Cana- ment corruption. 

dian Labor Congress will meet Choi - . 18-man cabinet was 


OTTAWA (CP) — The three- Mountain Air Services Limited, sociates Limited, Powell River 


Prompt, free delivery Is part of our service to you. 


M c Gill 6 Orme 

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WAWTKDN CHEMI/T/ 


ST- THOMAS, Virgin Island. 
(APi—Fans found the two va-j 
rationing Beatles, RJngoStarr 
and Paul McCartney, Saturday 
after the entertainer* had en¬ 
joyed anonymity for most of! 
the week. 

No one recognized them on 
shore excursion* from their 
rented yacht because this Is 
carnival time In the Virgin Is 
llnds. 


crap* table and introduce them wee 

selves to the "pit boss" in 

charge. They show cards' The agent* may make a 
identifying themselves as down pickups in one evening, 
agents of the Nevada gaming They take the envelopes back 
control board. »o their third floor offices In 

e * * a modern state ubilding at 

If* no raid. The agents wait Carson City, 
courteously until the game in f There Thomas Hill, chief of 


customers they are getting a 
square deal. 

Such a mc-kiip iUt lead to 
cheating charges against a big 
Las Vegas strip casino in 
March. Gaming agents con- 


homes 20 miles northwest of with the Federal Bureau of In¬ 
here Saturday. | vestigation. But Hill's creden- 

More then 30 searchers, uals are 10 years as a dealer 
elded by a h eh copter, sought and supervisor in Reno casinos. 
Robert Miller. 13, and Leonard During 1960-1963, Nevada 
tiodwin, 12. gaming agents conducted card 


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CARSON CITY. Nev. (AP)—; 
le shiny, red plastic dice 
unew down the green felt, 
st the sucked chips and sil- 
r dollars, and stop against 
r end of the craps table 
"Hard eight.” the dealer 
ones. “Eight's the point.” 
Two men walk up to the 


“the man in the box," scoops 
up the dice and drops them in 
a mantia envelope- The game 
resumes with a new pair of 
dice. 

The process lx repeated at 
two nearby blackjack tables, 
where decks of cards are 
nrkrd un. thr semis leave 


and dice pickups on 90 differ¬ 
ent days and nights, made 15,- 
728 casino observations, and in¬ 
spected 5.612 slot machines. 

When Hill goes through the 
canto and dke after a pickup, 
he rarely finds sonsetofcv 
wrong; however. Nevada thinks 
it’> worth the trouhla to unir* 


Now as always, our prices are 
reasonable and fair, and well 
within may family’s financial 
circumstances. 


progress ends. The denier, enforcement for the Nevada. 

— -_-———— i gening control board, checks * * e 

AMZ„„Z~~ TV Mch P»* r of dice and deck of Cheating, when It does occur. 

Missing IjOYS to mmk * «rre they ere ,, more Ukely found at the 

u J ' square.'- not fixed in any way small, out-of-lht-way casino. 

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PRINCE GEORGE <CPI — ,he Uthrr ,,v * ch,klrrn tret, gam mg authorities say. 

Two young hoys missing since e A A 

early”Thur*k»v were repented M *V bo-ird aff)uals 

to have returned to their forrrter law officers, several 


Missing Boys 
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i 

DELRAY BEACH. Fla. (AP) slipped into a white lace dress'camp, which to about IS miles 
—A shapely brunette who wore and toe couple left tor a honey-, south of Palm Beach, 
only a veil and shoes, and a moon at Miami Beach. Reporter s were invited, but 

23-year-old sailor clad only in a 1 They met here about two only if they attended in couples 
suntan, were married Saturday years ago. i —"It keeps down trouble." said 

under the palms. I Her father runs the nudist Dawson—and wore no clothe*. 

None of the 200 or so guests.!_ 


point where plumbing work to 
necessary, be said. 

OTHEBS ACCEPTED 
The 400 men Involved In 21 
other unions returned to work 
at the yard last week after 
accepting a 40 -cent hourly wage 
Increase on a three-year con¬ 
tract. The settlement followed 


tlon camp.” 

A ware of student demon 
si rations lata In Marrts caused 
s governmental crisis and con¬ 
fronted Park with hto atsrneat 
test sines he seised power in 
196L The angry student* pro 
tested Park's efforts to resto r e 
normal diplomatic and trade 
relations with Japan. 

Troops were called out to 


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m/ 


Mrs. Jacqueline Grimes looks fondly 
at infant ion her husband never saw. 
Mrs. Grimes and her husband, PFC 
Girl Grimes, who was killed last 
week In Viet Nam crash, spent only 

Inana aft Pmnnn Rllfippf 


23 days together during their entire 
marriage. Baby was bom three 
weeks after Grimes was home last 
August—(AP Photofax) 


also nude, got to kiss toe bride. 

AAA 

The simple civil ceremony 
was conducted in Uia sunshine 
with no more excitement than 
accompanies any wedding, ex- 
capt tor butterflies felt by the 
handful of reporter* who un¬ 
dressed In public to witness ths 
event. 

Besides the veil, which hung 
to a strategic length down her 
back, toe bride. Sissy Dawson, 
16, also wore high-heeled white 
patent leather pumps. A Star.' 
of David hung on a silver ehetw 
from her neck. 

The groom. Charles Morrow,' 
a sailor auttohed with toe U S. 
Navy at Key West and a nudist 
since he was 14, stood at the 
foot of the stepa lesxling to a 
nearby swimming pool as hto 
bride walked about 25 feet to the 
open-air altar, decorated with 
rad gladiolus and yellow mums. 

AAA 

The best man, an octogenar¬ 
ian known only as Uncle Dick, 
held the ring in hto hand, having 
no pock ets. The ceremony was 
perform sd by a lawyer. He was! 
the only one clothed. Moat of 
the guests stood. 

After the wedding. Sissy. 

Mermaid 
Lost Head 
‘As Protest’ 

COPENHAGEN (Reuters)- 


Poised Mrs. Johnson 
Only One to Laugh 

NEW YOU (AT) —Mr*. Lyadsa Mmsaal palaa 
stood a Mg last after aka rataraod la bar be* la the 
MetrspoMaa Opera Hsaaa far the tblzd act Fri day right. 

Whan she rat desrn her chair waret there 

Mr*, lahaeaa aat aa the Hear hd Jumped ap wills 
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with Hudson Monday In an at- “ worn ,n last Dec. it wnen 
tempt to mediate the dispute P“k took oath aa civilian 
between the yard and Local 170. chief executive, ending hto 31 
Plumbers. Pipefitters and month-old military rule. 
Steamfitters Union. . . 

n i- r- j EiWel Tower 
Police hned To Be Sent 

In Brandon To Vancouver 

VANCOUVER (CP) — 
BRANDON (CP)—Two city! They're griag to toka the 
policemen pleaded guilty Fri-, nfM Ttarar out mi mange 
day to drinking in a pubUc . — mhtm 

place and were fined *25 recti, rnmHm ta re ship 

plus coat*. , * *• Vanawnwr. 

Sgt. Tbomaw MitcheU. 47. A * k * — **“*'■ ,h * »*“ 
And Const. James Marshall. 48, IW the 136-tori toll flower- 
appeared In magistrate’s court! dirked replica ef tbs Paris 
Mitchell had been on the Bran- 1 ririutt It baa been dto- 
don force 14 year*. Marshall! Ba|t|a| , lt ^ 

39. The two have been sus- _ . . „ , „ „ 

pended from duties. ,r * hr “ ■“ *"• *** 

They were charged prevl jjjjj* JjJJ tCTSrJILi! 
ousJy wito theft April 13 of 

whisky used the same day aa tloMj FMtlnJ ^ Jaly , 

an exhibit In a drunk driving j 


BRANDON (CP)—Two city! 
policemen pleaded guilty Fri-| 
day to drinking in a public 
place and were fined $25 each, 
plus coat*. 

Sgt. Thomas Mitchell. 47, 
and Const. James Marshall. 48, 
appeared In magistrate’s court! 
Mitchell had been on the Bran- 1 
don force 14 years, Marshall 1 
39. The taro have been sus-' 
pended from duties. 

They were charged previ¬ 
ously arith theft April 13 of 
whisky used the amt day as 
an exhibit In a drunk driving 
case. 


man Air Transport Board has 
left Ottawa for a month-long 
swing through British Columbia 
to review regional air services 
along the Pacific Coast. 

The federal board opens pub¬ 
Uc hearings Monday at Prince 
Rupert. B.C., then continues 
May 15 to Ocean Falla. May 19 
at Alert Bay. and winds up May 
27 in Vancouver. 

NEW ROUTES 

Eleven airlines have applica¬ 
tions before the board for a 
variety of decision — from new 
routes to protection against com¬ 
petition on charier services. 

The board, headed by Freder¬ 
ick T. Wood, former aenior of¬ 
ficial of Trans-Canada Air 
Lines, says it to conducting a 
"general review of toe ade¬ 
quacy of commercial air aerv- 
' ices" in the coastal area of B.C 

Applications have been filed 
by Pacific Western Air lines. 
Tran* Provincial Air Carriers 
, Limited, B.C. Airlines Limited, 
j Alert Bay Air Services Limited. 
Island Airlines Limited, Trans- 


Airlines Limited, Jomac Air A*-1 Marina Airways. c * r to * harbor near Copen 

,-——--- hagen. 

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RirtJi r.nntrn Sin’ KSrMrrd 


Birth Control ‘Sin’ 

Just Like Murder Beatles 


Square Deal in Nevada 

Polite Casino Visitors 


TORONTO (CP) — A Roman What the C a t h o 11 e Church 
Catholic priest says the Catholic teaches that makes her seem 
Church will no more permit cruel, he says, to that marriage' 1 
divorce and birth control than is for life, and freedom to re- 1 
murder or robbery because all marry comes only with the 1 
are sins. | death of one of the partners. . 

Rev. T. J. Raby, writto« in “rih control practices that go 
the Canadian Register, official against nature are wrong, 
publication of Catholic Eaten GOO'S IDEA 
sion. was replying to criticism | -Many people do not want to 
of toe church * stand on divorce uxvpi God’s idea of pesmanen-i 
and birth control by Dr. A. C py „f marriage or the saered- 
Forrest, editor of the United 9t%r j* Myi . "By 

Church Observer. insisting on these, the church 

"A United Church minister to often labelled cruel.'* 

(Dr. Forrest) recently said it "She would be a kind, 
(the Catholic Church) seemed motherly old church ... If she 
cruel in some of Its regulations said divorce to all right She 
... on divorce and birth eon- would be a lovable darling of 
trol." writes Father Raby. of a church if aha forgot all that! 
Holy Name of Jesus Parish, stuff about right and wrong in. 
Kingston Milts. Ont. birth control.'* 


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The Organ of JVo Clique or Party 


Colonist Thinking 

[ ISenmaaner AlOUd 


0/ atom, m thm. 


iQ eg 85? sSKSr ■» tatm * 

1M0 tai* aWUMAR JHE mayor hra proclaimed 

r """ i hr ui ii "Italian Week.’*— 


RICHARD BOWER. Editor-toOtlcf * ' actually It runs (or ten days as 

___—a---1« nviwn of our friendly Indul- 

RAGK 4 SUNDAY. MAY A MM 1 rmce-ud tf tha rfwAi al Oaki 

—.— —-——-—————---Bay * under what hai happened 

la the old loan dn answer la 0 1 
cnurse that we have become 

Looking Attend C T 23 S 2 . •»» *>• . ** 

LA/vaiu 6 * lime before those visiting raaga- 

•DRmSH OptanUR^ new minister o t municipal 


Looking Attend ca irS«"‘. ^ 

^ A/VIX1U 8 * 1 iime before those visiting mega- 

•BRITISH O*^ 1 . « nWB °* municipal 

•D Affairs, Mr. Den Campbell, is taking an Impreo- >rrt vmg as they do with 

live stride in setting out to establish a regional plans preconceived notions of ■ntima- 
ning authority to regulate the development 0 ( northern nssan and tea-alpping dow- 
V f ancouver Island, with the objects of preventing con* ag*rs at which they don't want 
■traction 0 1 substandard communities, making sure to be disabused, but farts, m 
roads air built in such s wsy and in such locations somebody once s*id in a foreign 
that they serve public as welt as industrial needs, and >■■*»»■**. chlel * ,hal wtnn “ 
avoiding duplication of services. . me j*. i.™*-. 

It might Mm straw In . way lift th* depart- 


language. 


11 nugm a-TUI MI a »■/ if an* nwlmly m, 

rnent concerned with how local governments go about Al . ( talwl doe* 

their business should venture thus into territory where - m p^^,. .aaorptkm at 
there are no municipalities. But villages and towns mw ,. 1 ,^ r^yct the variety 
and organized districts will grow there soon enough. of races bow encompassed in 
and it is distinctly in the interests of the people of this favored abode once tcaree- 
tlwae future municipal units that from the start the ly other than an BngHah-apaak- 
expensive and unpleasant mistakes at haphazard big voter, aikming far certaia 
development should be avoided. bhomabc -fl. dona, was heard 

The citizen of Victoria, in common with those °" city streets; now the mixture 
of most of today's cities, have only to look around £ ■“-* “ nrh >nd '* 

them — at many inadequate roads and woeful inter- w . 
sections, at smsU-lot residential crowding in some 
older districts, at unfortunate placement of Industry. 
among other things-to renifae how much better 2TS •JTtaT’ 
their community could have been built had far-sighted |mli% the tourists, haa taken 

S hinning commenced much earlier. Not that Victoria ^ther tiwan. Not ahogeth- 
l a particularly bad example: it could have been Wt happily, for ihc gracious 
worse but for the forward-looking leadership that charm of our sarly civic hart- 
gave it the broad avenues of Yates, Pandora and tag* u still maatte* in admir- 
Dbuglas. for instance, and that endowed it with com- able proportion, but we are. un- 
njercially Inviolate Beacon Hill Park; it could have *>ubtediy. more warn-nonai ■■ 
been worse but for the good luck that averted Ross «**■*and color than hi 
Bay becoming. long ago. an industrial site where the “JL^JJJLrfdv m «ur hre 

tHe Pr0p08ed « ne,ters wouIdn ’ t (then > fit, SrciSL., otXm^A 
• W T^°^l. ere ^ anyone. . , crafts, Mend to refresh and en- 

But here as elsewhere the correction of yertei> M ^ ML 

day's errors of omission and commission in control* Ami of course in any assess- 1 

lihg development for the public good is sometimes meat at social change there is J -- 

economically impossible and almost invariably costly, me matter at atyie. w« have ^ 
as most taxpayers realize. had. last week, the Dam* gym- Imatrq 

In aiming to assure the best possible use of the nasu whoee grace on tha ban 
land of the northern Island as new communities take * M » matter of much more 
fdHn. Mr. Campbell undoubtadly is earning himself j ******* dexierity but 
the due gratitude of future generations of municipal 

zeMdents where Nature now holds sway. ir IRST ***"* * h * n 



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Time Cspisls 


Hardships 
Of Travel 


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by awaeC 


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MAS" — ss yearn age. 

Thnlr MaJnUee were am 
bore d RMS Empress of Austra¬ 
lia In ratd-AdaaUc. and hHl just 
en ree ttonagh a atone that up¬ 
set tables in the “floating 
palace" and canned the escort¬ 
ing cnaiaer Southampton to 
heave to lor a time when aae 
at Ha Mehoats area swamped. 

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-toed M yeere ag«. If 
yea karoo *t gal al 1 mm aaaga 
eaaaa ta *■« ask to knro what 

Included in the titles were 
All the Utils Lovin' Thai I Had 
lor You is Gone. Gone. Gone; 
Chbrelowa, My Chinatown; GbS 
Me Someth lag hi a Uniform; 
Til Gome Back to You. My Hon¬ 
olulu Lou; Mary. You're a 
Little Bit Old-Fanh toned; Rebec¬ 
ca at S u sw y h iuufc Farm; Some¬ 
time: WUIle Had a Motorboat; 
All lor tha Gtrilri; Hungarian 
Rat; Incandescent Rag. and 
Pam the PtcMes. 

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aarea hack flare a visit Is 


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Reflection 


A Widely-Whispered Name 


DMidentS where Nature BOW holds swty. rbym k flow of bodily more- —heard when the new ' By RICHARD JACKSON, CetaaM Ottawa Rnrann ; It was mad. Corrfusi«L Al- Laary and other capitalWs Hava 

mew And. as 1 say. are ars in j*< ^**100 of Parliament open- most panic. joinsd hnr tha purposa at build- 

the midst of Ttalisn Week." ^ hark nearly three months 'He Isle of Orleans in mid-St. aolutely indestructible sense of But. like Kiplhag said: “If you Mg an electric road to Laka 

rpl m a . r IK T _ ^ * * * ago. a .-umor continues to lire' Lawrence, talking, even Uvtag humor. can keep your head when afl WaddngWn. four miles tag. A 

he 1 aint OI INaiH0 1U,y ta *** proKfnilor snd pw. French. As the political laird of Brant- shout you art taMg theirs and embka "md already ranches Ihn 

* aw many attractive features, as, It -, , „, me widely whisper- i Nou. 14 years Inter, he's even ^ pertwpg he is remembered bUmta H on you .. Into, but it is loo star and ex- 

R EGIMENTAL dovecots mav be in somewhat of a L "? in,y « of ,ha m« currently consul- j hr'trr quaiif^d wuh Stdl more ^ fonrflys. least by the And they ^re. Bin mm. the ^ 

ooverots mav in- m sunic nni w • I affirm and as Victoria charter . - , ml _ rrr ^ excellent recommendatMns: visitine firemen from out id reutnr tt ... hi. trie motors. The latter can bo 

flutter across the country as a result of Mr flight traveller, reveal by the SSrTS •• «'«««' Pt.Iw»«u as S^hr^rSr.lTlJS \Jt ™ ^ beyond the city 

Pearson s remarks on the forces Canada sends abroad pictures they bring home., and Paul Martin, 29 years. trou> Ut*nX campaign Of 1»7 * 0 * limits at M miles an hour." 

for "brush-fire" deployment. b.s bren ever .Inc. the heydays ■^™ or ge ” ra J' „ r „ ... member Of th. st. Laur- ^ PrtmT MtaH^St Laui^ ^ ^ „ * * , W1 _. * * * 

The prime minuter was retailing that while as of Rome. Which brings me in a T** of Senator W. Ross cabinet, solicitor general ^ » M nvi— , B there for a ^ ^ *** htad. a MW at fOa hanreds and 

foreign minuter he was at the UN in 1956 and plans circuitous way to the toga. Macdonald of Brantford- . . . opposite, then govern- „oonume rally. kredwip. -r iravaBing to um 

were afoot for a UN force for the Middle East he **» tan is not realty part of Now- the interesting thing ment icder In the Senate. . , „ ,nd l augfaBd CnHkss wna glveu In Bw ad- 

»» .ghast, seemingly, when it w„ to »-nd «— «*«••• M It *b™‘ “>» Wk > «* . • -m,. t,»nd„ pew ,- -- 

riwt (Wfn'i fhs-n RifW He did nnt think thi« name * M fashion once upon a time. * * * sonally charming, completely „ pnooe ran» made every- m-iaw «usd firewsw Line. 

wraild^neal In the FVvntiann then Irvine in eet the ,nd fashion it is that has given Ross Macdonald first was bilingual statesman-in-depth. ^ Br ^ ntford "***■ ^ttahly even hbnself. j M jrmn a«e. 

a^d a l^al to theE^pUans then toing to get the m - Iul)M Week" There was rumored for Rldeau Hall, na- ... ,«rhaps best of ail. from tn * n P * T *' . b f." d * ol ,'? u T* n * * hD ' e ** **“* r mbnu *** OnthT “up trip.” the line 

^^ e ^E«*Jl?tJ2l* l th2r 0 »S? War? WfltJh^rere^availahle i * dtaptay i«nuu« w«sr in tiooal capital residence of the Old Ontario." the hearth and "***! "tad. the creches “tare Yale 

When told that the Black Watdh w^re available lwwl ^ day and. I judge governor general. «« long as 13 home of English Canada. "f J”* ■ L >y ** **• . miwd on Mondays and PVtaya at S 

he demurred again, since "I couldn t see any real iby our nx-iai editor, it set our year, ago And this time it’s English Tf, 10 fe L“^. bnB « ■«. pes.«g orer the Ba. pen- 

improvement in the name. In the result a composite local miladies s«og. This nat- Field Marshal Harold Alex- Canada's turn in Rideau Hall. , 10 UBC * w. ftaRy. tats %tOB Bridge and through thn 

group waa sent sans any unit title that might bear 'orally is no surprise, what else ander was preparing to retire * * * bu *jJ N ' rer from a tag de- Canynsre bv day tight and reach- 

a "British” flavor. could be the reaction? What in- as the liveliest governor gen- Perhaps significantly, Senator " n * re ** w *^ 1 >“* brtor * Uy *“ toUlW own at Mahon. inc Soda Creek in time to rtm- 

If Mr. Pearson's thinking on such matters is Still Irigued me however was the eral Canada had ever seen- Ro „ Macdonald no longer is 7““ wf,| -plca^ wfth He could be as big a hit M nact with the Slam-Wheel 

extant there trill be few regular army regiments statement that Victoria metv hu activities included skiing, ^emment leader m the Upper “*! ht * lmw B* 11 M Harold Akxan- Steamer Enterprise' on Thurw 

available Tor UN partidpation In areas where British ,oJk •*»*«* faacmatta snow-shoeing, amateur lire- Hou> e_ , member of Prime «»ce rtosk. An d the ph one mg. der. And HE was the abeolute days and Mondays at daylight, 

association remains or stiU Ungere. The relationship. ta raodeJl A ^ **""*’ ' erai * swimming. Mtalltfr pe.reon. r.binei . . - j YfiL' iL* ' ia ZJT. ***** aty lh * 

BBMrentlv is demode in Ottawa government circles. I * * * cricket, riding, square dancing, *, he is uncluttered politically un ’“ Much cmvkm afl but the moat-VIP of same day." 

^*lt is true that the unit currently in Cvdtvh bears '^ hil lerm> having bird-watching, boxing- hiking. ^ more a Liberal now really p **”J r ” cn P**** 4 *“ Jjjf K 7' ,l> " w * nn “ rforro * lity Seeing the flash and hearing 

the name of the Roval 22e Regiment but it^TFrench- qM ‘ ,f dtffer * nl ensrenattaa. cyrlu, K' in f,cl . ft* w^ 1 ' » ,h - than Vincent Massey waa years In ^ fn * mpr M “ 1,no l *si—receptions the report of heavy guns from 

the name Of the Koval z/r Regiment, butit is e rench- J ^ {or ^ telic ^rlc S and two men. iar^ Airport (caU them parlies, lor that's the direction of Race Rocks 

ypaaking and b popidarly known as the Van Doos diBcretlon thal to this instance above all others, were in the The senator has other and Uh ** were, in the truest caused some alarm among Vio 

aiu poteibiy this dilutes the connotation. the reference Is to the mesmeric front-running as successors. impressive credentials Senator Ross Macdonald a- sensei were for his newspaper tori ana still astir at 11:30 pm. 

Otherwise not many regular regiments remain variety Of sheath*, suits and One was Vincent Massey, He's one of the "Old Sweats" leTlid * 1 * h “ p ' opJ * thrn M * In slippers, slacks and, But the Colonist explained 


n yre re age. 

I "On the car I rode on last 
-tto» to c»r« nare. Wartaarfay." he said, "tea had 

__■_I some 4B passengers, and K waa 

amazing tha traffic that haa 
been created and the greatly 
s n han ce d value at lands in the 
(vicinity In which thoae lines are 
„ _ running " 

lit/ Another lta was being plan¬ 

ned la Seattle — "Ex-mayor 
j It was mad. Confuata. Al- Laser other capitalists have 
most panic. J ntad fca- the purpose at buiid- 


rni rp • , _ r 1KT__ * * * ago, a .umor continues to live' Lawrence, talking, even Uvtag humor. 

I he I flint OI IName ' Iu,y l# *** P roK,ni,or and grow. French. As tht 

A X <W ^ 1, m “ y , •ttractive features, as lt -, ^ , nam( widely whimper-1 14 *•»«■. he'a even ^ ^ 

R EGIMENTAL dov^oU m.y b. in -J-. - . ^ JT- ttSZ “£ « SJ* 

IV. flutter across the country as a result of Mr. night travellers reveal by the * ,ike ' y * . . . „ long ta Parliament as town^k 

Pearson's remarks on the forces Canada sends abroad pictures they bring home., and t,enrr * 1 ue " rR ” • • Paul Martin. 29 years. ln)tM u 


/or "bruah-fire” deployment. 


has been ever since the belays *°' e ™ r cenera, ■ 


foreign minister he waa at the UN in 1956 and plana 1 circuitous way to the toga. Macdonald of Brantford. 

were afoot for a UN force for the Middle East he k>ga is not realty part of Now. the Interesting thing mem 1C aocr m we 

was aghast, seemingly, when it was proposed to send l »*“ "->ward thought, but it -bout this talk is Its persistence. . . «.m, f 

the Queen * Own Rifles. He did not think this name ~ “•« „ * **, , ^ lly , tharTTunc ' 

wriuId anneal to the Eevotians then tnlne to vet the -nd “b* 00 h u that h *‘ « ,v *« Ross Macdonald first was btltagusl sutesmai 

S«)Uia appeal lO iner^puans irycniorng to get me ^ - Iul) „ Week" There was rumored for Rldeau Hall. n«- 

mi ¥ li. J* display of lemma* wear in tional capital residence of the 

When told that the Black Watch were available lown ^ ^ day ^ l judft p , vcmor genera!. .. long .. 13 

he demurred again, since “I couldn t see any real ^ .ociai editor, it set our yean ago 
improvement in the name." In the result a composite 1 local miladies «o«. This nat- Field Marshal Harold Alex- 

group was sent sans any unit title that might bear {orally is no surprise, what else ander was preparing to retire 


‘British” flavor. 


could be the reaction? What to- as the liveliest governor gen- perhaps significantly, Senator 


If Mr. Pearson's thinking on such matters is Still I Irigued me however was tha era! Canada had ever seen— Rna, Macdonald no longer is ^H-pleased with He could ba ss hlg a hit to nact witli 

extant there will be few regular army regiments statement that victoria men- hia activities included skiing, government leader in the Upper * r T”? K y ! nf T 1 ?' *■* ht * lmw ^kleau Hall a* Harold Alexaa- Steamer 'I 
available for UN participation in areas where British ,oJk »*»wed equal faacmatta snow-shoeing, amateur lire- House, nor a member of Prime tt T. p T ong der And HE was the abeolute days and ] 

association remains or still lingers. The relationship. ta **» raodel1 A ^ I 1 ’ enois Mtairier Pe.reon. r.btaei . . . V2L e 25fi*" ***** . 

BBoarentlv is demode in Ottawa government circle* ' * * * . cricket, riding, square dancing. » he is uncluttered pollticallv. un ’ 11 Moch f*"** «D but the mom-VTP of same day * 

■"TLtnS This term, models, having blnWatchtag. boxing, hiking. „o ^ , Lib.r.1 now really P *"“*** ^ ^ bfonnriity. Seeing t» 

the name nl the Rnvnl T2e Rewimont hut It^TFrenrh different cw*Dtanans. cycling, in fact, the whole ath- than Vincent Massey was years by fog over Mahno HU first-and la a I—receptions the report 

the name of the Royal Z?e Regiment, but it i* French- J ^ for purpo ^ i lelic ^ rits ^ ^ men, far liCO , Airport <oall them parties, for that's the direct 

speaking and is popidarly known as the Van Doos diacretlon thal ln ttu, imtance above all others, were in the The senator has other and ? hat to .. * k< “* **»y were, ta the trees* caused son 


thenvise not many regular regiments remain 


lhat are flee from thia taint Of nomenclature, the tinles on view. Let not any- former Canadian high com mis- from World War I. having done b* 0 * 1 >nd w * i,K * wrth fingers rumpled sport shirt, he received that “the alarm was caused by 

Canadian army being replete with the words "Royal," one say that men are unaware «°"er "> London and ambasaa- ,he whole awful U14-18 course cr ^ aedfor ,hr fo * to llft (them, led them to refresh meats, the gunboat Grappler which was 

"Lord.” “Princeas." et al. as integral parts of regi- of or unimaested in how their dor lo Waahington. who made It. M a private. NCO, then lieulen- nns ' n4: ■*' °' Tr then lo the piano where he key- tadulging in a little midnight ex¬ 
mental titles. TTiere is alio the Black Watch, pre- consorts are adorned. They had T5ip other was W. Ross Mac- Bnt m (he Canadian Expedition- U \”° .*** "*• l,kp •** musician he erciae as is occasionally done in 


British tradition is no longer considered appropriate 
to the Canadian scene. 

But then regiments promise to be on the way 


viously frowned upon. And the roll of Highland *««• ** be. I suggest. Any- *■* ” P Brantford «r>- Force. Jb^nv^Tt* ptat- 

regiments in the reserve militia is amply fashioned. **> '"«y on <* ■ f * shkm lhOTr ^ Mr i V - of course, he's s past 01 The parade? 

Regimental lore in Canada seems--therefore to fa,l ‘ ,t,r r ,hr mem ^, ^ *"* and J** 11 , V dr,v ' n " ^ -- 

he at a discount, and allied with Mr. Hellyer’s current ^ *,*“ a ' M ^ ' hen ‘ »•» ****=“•«■ T .. 

to cover and thus describe * " * Legion, with the Red Ensign. T -1 _ 

nil? f^^^mit. nl!lL| P hiir ^ n * yBter ‘ oua ««ributes of Tum back in the news clips battle Hag of two World Wars. LlDH 

minister s desire for a new flag, units of prteed heri- female drew, and the effort was or newsimper files of late 1961 stamped deep on his heart. 

tage ana renown may be »ondenng tr to be in the go distracting, even herculean, snd early 1952. and you find; You hear the Macdonald decisive vote against 

British tradition is no longer considered appropriate I have been bereft in this realm that of the two. Ross Macdonald name, not just in Press Gallery I the proposed recreation 

to the Canadian scene. ever since. rather than Vincent Massey shop talk, but in the hails of centre for Oak Bay shows 

But then regiments promise to be on the way Bui I have strayed, as is my seemed slightly favored for the the Centre and West Blocks of dearly what a large majority 

out in any case. And if the "triphibian" does come ■*»< Ail I meant lo do was to oovelcd top honor Parliament Hill and still and of our taxpayers do NOT want 

to eventuate it is apparent he w ill bear no title that reflect on Ihe changing social Well qualified, he had the although the decision as atwajs May I suggest another amenity 

by any stroke of imagination could link him to any Character of our town, not to highest recommendations. will be the prime minister's— which, if proponed, might com- 

British counterpart; so long as the Liberal regime bpcome immersed in milady's In the Commons since '35. he people in these political parts, mand a larger meamure of sup- 
lasts at Ottawa at least I fanciful creations. And point to was becoming bilingual then - some of them numbered among port—l.e., a branch Hbrat* in 

"Italian Week" as proof of our when facility in “the other the “in'* group, continue insis- ow „ municipality The 
emergence Into the stream of language" not only wasn't nec- ting that he'll be the next resi- public Librarv in the rltv I- 

A TX m 0 C modern society, touching ta assary. but not particularly in dent of Rideau Hall. too |ar mwmy " for mdpn who 

H pW Mnrp SflflPfH; «I ^ tongues and political favor. I * * * doVot drive rare tamhavTta 

^ AvXvIi C LjpflvCo mores of the enlargement to the For he bad been studying at: And it could scarcely happen th _ hu _ Th ._ ___ v 

__ . ... . , . Victoria family. We are co*nu> Laval University, taking private to s better man. Senator W . Ihn<l /^ k Rmv y 

TT has been a sore point with local traffic authon- poht.n even if not metropolitan, language Umm spinning Ro« Mscdonrid, as the icing ol11 "“•J < ^JSTr»ivnx. 

A lies for some years that the new post office-federal and absorbing the patinas of record* in his spare office on tha cake of all his other con- wrr 7 v i.T7n«-H ' 

building was constructed without thought for parking other lands. time and spending holidays OB siderable qualities, has an ah-, “ ejgm nona. 


ant in the Canadian Expedition- ,he o(fK ' > What to * bout ed - l*ke the master musician he erciae as is occasionally done in 
ary Force. b-nds ’ Th* «»*? The pint- wns. the hootlngrat hootenanny the navy. The gtataoat fired 

And of course, he's a past S?™ ^ f -0 * - * 7 Tl» P«nds? that ewr rocked old Rideau throe rounds of throe guns 

president and still a driving ^ _HalL_ „ leach." 

force in the Royal Canadian! 

Library for Oak Bay 

stamped deep on his heart. * w 

You hear the Macdonald 'X’HE decisive vote against . ... . prisons been brought up short hy 

name, not just in Press Gallery 1 the proposed recreation m s.iffer punishment lor misde- 

■hop talk, but in the halls of centre for Oak Bay shows \Jllr m**aors, they might not be be- 

the Centre and West Blocks of dearly what a large majority j f hind bars today for more serious 

Parliament Hill and still and of our taxpayers do NOT want. _-oit ffl h t . 

although the dn-ismn a* alwajs May I suggest another amenity A\ UUUCf O f kxw Mf . far lt 

will be the prime minister's— which, if propoaed. might com- T^* yrars. and when I needed an 

people In these political parts, mand a larger measure of sup- y l€WS honest opinion and advice f 


A Few More Spaces 


m.ia — m p«i Mm 


accommodation either for staff or customers. Whether 
space should have been found at Ottawa's expense 
for the former is debatable. But certainly in an age 
of transportation chiefly by automobile there is a 
call for some handy off-street parking in co n nection 
with government buildings much used by the public. 

The problems consequent on the federal omissions 
have subsequently been alleviated by the provision 
of the letter-drop for motorists on Government Street 


1827 Ro * d j izing such an ouutandu« ovent Science progress 
„ j. * . I for iheir benel.i and ata which fe not ihriUtag the curreu* an- 

Breeding Grants gives much publicity to Victoria nouncvmrat that copper slag. 

Having read the letter writ- Van ^ uv f r “■ ml - **** ««• tar 3.300 year,. to be 

tan by James Audain In tha tht “* SaadmiU ambassadors and used In ■ arw sicrl-msklng 
Colonist defending the govern- ,ulure Cmn *^” d, “ d " erv# process? Already the first plant 
mem grant to millionaire horee rreogniuon from civw and mu- crettag 140.000.000. w*U .tart 
brpvders. I cannot help won- nlCJp *| ■ u ^ onU ” ” " Pprr ° a ' Prta*'— •«*. 
dering If there Is any common. *“» a ^ J?*' contr,b "“* hy 

sense left lying around. ^ °°* '****** •** 

.._... „ .1 1S79 Hampshire Rd. need of locating promising young 


I knew Mr. Thomas tar 1C 
years, snd when I needed an 
honest opinion and advice f 
knew whrre to get it. One did 
not always agree with Mr. 
Thomas, and wrongdoers tar the 
moat part certainly would not, 
but ana hod to reaped him. 

HILARY D YOUNG, 
Duke Road. Albert Head, 
ana 

Science Progress 


Dateline: Europe 


Breeding Grants 


German Weather vane 


I X IMS Germanv will have By OTTO ION HABSBtBG Only a few months aco inde- dering if there is any common- 
general election*, in which pendent political experts and sense left lying around, 

tor the first time the CDU sjieak of genuine cooperation, public opinion analysts had Surely these people who al¬ 


and by the construction of the civic parking building L " J in Z t ^ Surrty * ho * 

s *512 *t25JL22! r 5l? “““ ndlni! ?* ■>- — 


Gratifying 


Does this new contribution by 
the rears rehers not spotlight the 
need of locating promising young 
scientists in the “gifted child" 
class? 

As to nature study results one 


the few minutes involved. -— —• — — .— —— — ■-* -- *« «n*n •«- > hmiMtai or a .. _— 

The result is block-circling at a time when traffic *■* ta Further- era once again have a strong several were considered "safe." Z ,h- \e«t t *T*r ^ . 


economist with no major inter- mong the young, while its work- from the Socialists, of which 


their port in clarifying the siuia- 


..iou, iSTtaan cangcsuon. JS fitoVaS ^ ^ , h I','™ ^ ^ ^ 


raid space and permit very-short-term parking with 
out impeding the home-bound stream? 


Nanmrd Titbits 


That’s When 


gradually lost popular support tignUtant local election hetara ocrat*. lost heavily, 
due lo the erosion of power, was next year * decisive test On ♦ * a 

expected to decline even mare. April 28 the parliament of 11 always ri*ky to make 


ENOUGH* 

* 


Job Well Done 


R. CHAMBERS. 
Publicity Convener. 

* * * 


Since ihen six months have tta is evenly distributed be- »nd the stale * character, seem* Oregon across the border, and lmn[Tlll _ ^ this’fiiw 

elapsed. The dire prediction* be- tween Catholic* and Proto*ant* •" herald a Chririjan Democra- gjao seeing the cut erf it* 54 mem- m — i ^uia tike to sav this 

ong to the past. Erhard, need- and the different mcIoIoru al {ta majority m IMS. The popu- btox. will doubtlaaa give a feel- ff Msjpstrste Thamas was 


Mum to questiarn 305. 208 and 207 of February OF, ^ Thu* Geroianv reJ^ „ Z. C1,i ~ ni Vte * «■ - to their 

26. This Is tlto 61st ^y of dedslM for toese questions ability Relation* between him men, headed by CDU Prime f'™ ■ strong st.biliring element s]aAenf% Harehira* should nre he 

♦ I ^A* 1 ' J ' W ^ ,cken * 111 (Acting Secretary of and ihe former chancellor have Minister Klealnger; hi* major!- the Eum,*™ lecture fortunate in having citizens in- taken for anusti^ and nerhana 

State j; As soon as the answers are ready, sir. .steadily improved. On. » D ty Mvinneku « u ifeky. 1 utan ^L im. sra >—«. , 


3731 Tea Street, 
San Francisco. 


With ihe Clasgicg 

They that hare po »« r to hurt 
and will do none. 

That do not do the thing they 
moat do show. 

Who. mowing other* are them* 
selves as stone. 

Unmoved, cold, and to temp¬ 
tation stow; 

They rightly do Inherit heav¬ 
en's graces 

And husband nature's riche* 
from expense; 

They are th* lords and owners 
of their faces. 

Others hut steward* of their 
excellence 

—William Shakrepeat*. 


I 


4 










B«iig Hiiliwift Victoria, IX., Saw, Nay It, 1IM ) 


Handling of Aiberni Situation Makes Mockery-of New Theme 


Quotable Quotes 


Laing Explodes Co-operation Myth 


•boat the Aiberni disaster at mier Bennett before snd his cno-i 
■0. in spite o( Its opening latency at a loser w*i ■ome- 
words: “Re Albwnl's tidal thing pitiful to behold, 
wave destruction . . To tay that B.C. was ini 

Possibly. Laing said. It woa such dire straits that it 
a proposed formula for' future couldn’t compensate wave vic- 
dlaasters. Urns itself would be ,a false- 

While the meaning of the hood of the flrsi magnitude 
message eluded him. he was To be compelled td say It 
quick to pounce on two of Its as a mews of extracting aaaU-jl 
omissions tance from the federal coffers! 

It didn't say how much the which It helps to fill is a groaa, 
damage was and it didn't de- indignity for which Mr. Laing 
| clare that the province was will have to answer at the 
financially incapable of paying polls, 
the total cost. . * * * 

Premier Bennett, understand Lain*. Hh» another well , 
ably, bit the roof. known &C. federal cabinet! 

He charged Laing with play- minister before him. Davlej 


By TERRY HAMMOND government concept in s far. 

If Ottawa's recent handling of flu"* domain of divers* racial. 
Alberai tidal wave assistance is cultural, economic and political 
an example of co-operative fed- interests, 
eralism at work. B.C. had better In ***** weeks, however, and 
start shaking the dust of ages ■<*» the tidal wave 

from the frown colony mantle J * 1 ' 

which it mothtiallrd in 1871. 

Crxnerative federalism is the 
term which emerged recently 
from federal-provincial confer¬ 
ences. It was coined to define a 
new theme for relationships be¬ 
tween Canada's, two levels of 
senior government. 

Until recent weeks the jieople 
of British Columbia didn't really 
know Just what it would mean 
them. 

But to students of politics it 
was expected to mean the dis¬ 
appearance of much ltd tape, 
stuffed-shirt procedures, politi¬ 
cal |MMD|ioslty. partisan obstruc¬ 
tionism and arm's-length rela¬ 
tions. 

From it was expected to 
•merge a let’s make-this-work by asking Ottawa for agree- 
philosophy towards the central- ment on a coat-sharing basis. 


CAPITAL 

REPORT 




if ever there was a chance to 
demonstrate the substance of 
this now-hollow term It was in 
relation to tidal wave compensa¬ 
tion. 

The B-C. government made 
the first financial assistance, 
move April 17 by donating 
150.000 to the Aiberni Valley Dis¬ 
aster Relief Find 
A team of s|«praisers mean¬ 
while was taking detailed stock 
of the uninsured tea and, to 
Premier Bennett it seemed ad¬ 
visable to expedite the means 
of securing further assistance! 


regardless what the ultimate 
loss figure would be. 


the ingr edients of iiupid parochial responsibilities as 

* federalism which * * . * Un Ottawa minister. 

concept was to have Whether or ■* Laing was ! This reapanaiMHIy la to 
Haying politics is known only I work towards the achievement < 

* * * I to him. but he certainly did ap- of the wishes of British Co- 

I a hard time inter pear stupid. • lumbians where they do not 

the premier's tele- And If he was playing politics conflict with national inter- 

he probably wax xtupld because ex Is. 

Unpalatable as It may be to 
Laing. these wishes are often 
expressed through the pro¬ 
vincial government which the 
people ot British Columbia 


City ‘Other Rank' Good Enough to he Saanich Chief 


Seniority Rule for Firemen Wrong 


It may be fine sport to 
thwart Premier Bennett, 
assuming you can do it and 
survive, but If you thwart the 
Appointment of a training who h * *■ speaking lor 

officer is imminent He will ™rviva| seems a bit 

be sent away, perhaps to Son un !f kp,y . . ,. 

FrantUoo. for further achool Cooperative federalism, 
ing. snd on Ms return set up '^•"^iie sound. like. fine 
a local training program. wh * >n ta U B 0 *"* to 

There should never he the - 
need in future for any city IMM 

fireman with the proper quail- THE MOMT 
fictions to apply for outside TA.5I5.Si 
John because his way to the TO STRIKE . 

top is Mocked by the straight *• 

seniority system of promo- IMIAUST STANOARB 


AUTHORIZED SERVICE STATION 

IX. POWER MOWER SELES 

IK FI8GAID STREET 


Fire Chief John Abbott is 
due to retire Oct. 31. 1965. 
Under the present seniority 
system he would be succeeded 
by four other chiefs by June 
30. 1968. each serving terms 
ranging from 17 months to 
throe months. 


By IAN STREET 

The furore over appointment 
c.1 a city fireman as chief of the 
Saanich fire department relies 
some quoitxxii in Victoria. 

For instance: 

If the man in question wax 
good enough to beat 50 a|>pii- 
cants for the Saanich Job com¬ 
ing from ail i*rts of weitrra 
Canada, why wasn't he an offi¬ 
cer in the city departments 


AUTHORIZED M HR VICE STATION 

LOO'S LAWI MOWER SERVICE 

HI HERALD STREET El 


UUkU • a • 

SMI TILUCUM ROAD 


In the past the city has been 
extremely fortunate in the 
calibre of men that have filled 
senior fire department posts. 
But >1 is quite obvious that 
future policies must change in 
order to provide «ome Mrt of 
continuity in command. 

During contract negotiations 
earlier this year. It was agreed 
,to defer contede ration of the 
promotional clause until after 
i settlement had been reached 
on the rest of the contract. 

Ihr agreement calls for sub- 
mitoion of the issue to binding 
arbitration if the negotiations 
aren't successful before the 
September deadline rolls 
around. 

Both sides are optimistic 
that early settlement can be 
reached. 


How many more, presumably 
with ail the qualifications need¬ 
ed for senior fire officers, are 
In the ranks of the city force 
and will we lose them, too? 


The city fire department is in 
the throes of change. 

City council a couple of weeks 
aeo belatedly got around to ap¬ 
pointing a full-time training of¬ 
ficer for the department. 

And within a few days nego¬ 
tiations with the firemen's union 
will commence on a new system 
for deciding promotions within 
the department. 

The present system is based 
upon seniority 

The union contends that if a 
man has satisfactorily perform¬ 
ed hi* duties over the yea in then 
seniority should be the deciding 
factor in promotions 


Four yean ago. then city 
manager Cecil Wyatt strongly 
recommended creation of the 
post of training officer in the 
lire department, but the expend¬ 
iture was deleted from the bud¬ 
get as an economy measure 


It's lair real teg U pole, 
however, that Flrriana 1 st 
Claos Jowph Xalhrrlaad, sow 

St with 11 years aenke la 
the city, was na the short Hot 
ia taaa tor the poaMioa of 
traiaiag officer. Hr was 
rhoara last wreck ax chief of 
the fteaairh drpartmrat. 

The situation has now pro¬ 
gressed to the point where, 
even if council had wanted to. 
it couldn't go oh ignoring the 
approaching crisis. 

In simple terms: practically 
all the senior officers in the 
department are due to retire 
in the next few years. 


The city, for its part, wants 
rquai importance accorded to 
technical qualifications and 
leadership qualities. 

But under the present sys¬ 
tem there is rm accurate means 
of measuring these qualities. 

To achieve this a system of 
formal training must be net up 
with written and oral exarmn- 


SLTHERLAND 


Choose from 
33 flights 
a week 
to Britain 


l. K • Controverty 


Birth Control Law 
Splits Catholics 


In the ARENA 


By ROD Ct'RRIE. from London jected his argument but still 

„ _ - n . ... .. many Catholic familes. ;uxt 

Rumors in Britain that the J . ...... 

some writers, insisted the 
Roman Catholic Church intends c |, urc f, ^ would approve use 
1 o change it* policy on birth of the new contraceptive pill, 
control have gained such cur- Archbishop Heenan said >hat 
rency that the hierarchy up par- the pill was no more acceptable 
entiy feels compelled to lake ,han °»* r types of coniracep- 
. , . .. live and warned that the 

firm steps to squelch them. church - 8 .. fa ^ ^ 

A statement last week by today as it was yesterday, and 
Archbishop John Heenan, lead- it wU | be the same tomorrow 
ing prelate in Britain, came out and always " 
ol the blue and in fact simply ^ slal1fd )he 

reiterated the church s teach- church rw * ak?d ftla| |he num . 
Mgs against the use of contra- ^ ^ conver|s to the church in 

V * s ‘ Britain, where there are only 

His action was constdered f.ow .000 Catholics, compared 
particularly unusual since birth with about 30.000.000 Rrotes- 
contiol will be discussed at the iaut 5 . j s dropping. The latest 
thud Vatican Ecumenical Gain- ugures available show there 
cil in September and the views were 13.280 converts in 1962. 
wtU again be restated then. Mime 894 fewer than in the pre- 
But apparently- Archbishop vious year 


Versatile singing quartet. Stars 
of TV, movies, theatres, night 
clubs, and records. 


Victoria Exhibition 


IS COMING! 

May 11 -16 


The PETITES 


Three singing, dancing dolls . . 
each only 5’ tall . . . they're tiny 
and terrific’ 


Opening Dnily it 2 p.m. 
Saturday nt 10 *.m. 

The Victoria Junior Chamber of Commerce 
proudly presents the 18th Annual Victoria 
Exhibition. Almost 150 members of the 
Junior Clumber and their wives direct their 
efforts to provide a top calibre exhibition 
for the Greater Victoria area, the proceeds 
of which finance the many J.C. projects 
throughout the community. 


Personable, banjo playing Taffy 
M.C.'s the Arena Show. 


MISS VICTORIA 
PAGEANT 


Daily Datr Mitt 
Choose from; 

• Autamatlc Washer 

• Start# Unit 

• Talevisioa Sat 

Take your pick EVER! 


FASHION SHOW 


with fashions from the 
Madam and Eve Shop 


program for Daily 
Draw N amber 


In the CURLING RINK 


...and tare with the 
lowest jet tarot ever! 


1 GRAND PRIZE 

M 1964 PLYMOUTH 
STATION WAGON 

•HAWi IliJlMh lit.. May II 


Leftists 
Purged 
In Brazil 

BRASILIA 


Fly when you pleaae-thi* summer, take ydur pick 
of 33 BO AC and TCA flights a week to Britain! Fly 
how you please-by magnificent BOAC Rolls-Royce 
707 or TCA DC-8 jet. Fly where you please-direbt 
from Canada to Glasgow, Manchester or London, 
BO AC's gateways to all of Europe. 

You'll he pleased, too. by this summer'i big savings 
because never before has it cost so little to jet to 
Europe* Save with new 21-Day Economy Excur- 
sions-or with new low Thrift or Summer Season 
Fares. And take advantage of BOAC’s Budjet-Air 
Plan <10 r r down, 2'4 months to pay the balance of 
your air fare). See your BOAC Travel Agent 


UPPER UNIVERSITY 
DISTRICT FOLK MUSIC 
ASSOCIATION 

r ■ a happy, hollerin’. Hootenanny 
entertainment for everybody! 


I Reuters i A 

linked whether the church might npw purge of left-wing poll 
ts>t change its opinion. ticians appeared to be under 

The while end of marriage * a > ‘ n H r r “ zil 
L no. to haic as many children of , mand *j" ' or 

a- possible, but as many as « an f. * ** 

lie bn High! up to lead happy and ^ , rich, Z ° 

*»-■■ - - - r ^rr 10 

article. 

* * * The government list pub- 

lished Thursday involved per- 
The Catholic Marriage Ativis- sonR ln southernmost state 
or> Council and other groups of Rio Grande do Sul and wan 
and individuals immediately re- believed by observers to be the 

start of a new state-b> state 

East Germans pu T r " du ' “ 7* Ju "' 

The cancellation of mandates 

Mark Birthday 

BERLIN (AP) - Communist under an “institutional act” 
East Germany Friday cele- proclaimed by service min 
brated Liberation Day- 18th an- is,er 5 April 9 which alkiwed 


Allows entrance any time 

OI.D AGE PENSIONERS ADMITTED FREE on 
prementation of their Silver Threads 
Identification Cards 


ihow 


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Monday and Thursday 


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Unc Ol Beatles More Men Than Miss 

Not Liverpudlian! gSsSwlI! 


More'Men Than Misses 

POOLK, Eaglaai (l'PI)-AhMt US nn tan 


Musicale Raises $100 
- For Scholarship Fund 


GOODWILL BUT 11 JNG LTD. pmentnl Douglu Bennett, 
■■■ U, of Proapect lake Road, a Sea Snark Sailboat, first 
prfae In the aocond week of Coca-Cola Ltd-'s “Win Some¬ 
thing Flue Engine Red" contest. Doug’s entry, with aU 
others lor the current week, have been shipped to Toronto 
to be included In the draw for a grand prize o! a Fire En¬ 
gine end BMJOO.OO or one of 16 Triumph Spitfire Sports 
Ca ra. To enter this contest, remove cork liner branded 
"COKE" from COCA-COLA bottle cap, write your name 
and addni. and name and address of your favorite dealer 
on a plain pi ec e of paper and mail to: 

Contest Department. 

GOODWILL BOTTLING LTD., 

33 Erie Street. Victoria. B.C. 


More than SlUO was collected i 
from an audience of ISO in the 
Oak Bay Beach Hotel last night 
at the annual musicale spon¬ 
sored by the Business and Pro¬ 
fessional Women’s Club of Vie-; 
tori a to raise funds for its me¬ 
morial scholarship fund. 

I A high standard of musical 
excellence was shown by the 
performers. 

The Patterson family — Pat. 
Ann. BUI and Susan, sang folk 
songs and played Instrumental 
i numbers using banjo, guitar, 
recorders and xylophone. 

Pianist Barbara Am Court 
was particularly good. Pamela 1 
Paver excelled herself with arias 
jivhlch she sang when auditkninc 
lor the San Francisco Opera 
Company, ending her program 
with a group of sunga by the 
Canadian composer, Robert 
Flaming. 

Penny Tlsdall found favor with 
the audtanre with her speech 
■oloa an did Angus Arrol. eoio 
pianist and Maryann McLean 
and Patsy McLennan, piano 
duettists. 

Unable to appear bacauae of 
an injury to her fingers was 
pianist Cheryl Boris. 

Workman Dies 
In Kelowna 

KELOWNA (CPI- A workman 
feU from the fifth floor of a 
motor hotel extension this morn¬ 
ing and died half an hour later. 
Edwin Heise, 21. was taking a 
bucket of cement onto the floor 
from a crane. 


Helping 

Church 

(Warrii to Kagtaed made 
maary from sale af Ibis pba- 
tagrapb stewtag Rev. Edwya 


M. A. Rartkow. Ifll htegbt 


Pedestrian Toll 
Higher by Half 

VANCOUVER «CPt — T h I • 
city’s.pedestrian traffic deaths 
for the first four months of the 
year are M per rent higher than 
lor the same period the previous 
year. A total of 13 deaths have 
been recorded compared with 
six at this time last year. 

Theatrical 
Auditions 
May 16,17 

Auditions for the National! 
Theatre of Canada will be held 
for B.C. acton at UBC. May 16 

and IT in the Frederick Wood 
Theatre. 

Each year 40 students In act¬ 
ing, designing, directing aad 

stage m ana g i ng are accepted 
into the school. 

Applicants should get in touch 
with Miss Dorothy Somerset.! 
B.C. agent for the Theatre, at 
the department of theatre, UBC, 
Vancouver. 


■y TKD GA8KBLL 

One of Liverpool's famous 
Beatles ta not a Llverpudlan 
but a native of Rott e rdam, ac¬ 
cording to a Dutch newspaper 
received by Leo Teygeman, ol 
tfie Oaatle Cafe in Brake. 
iMr. Teygeman quotes the 
newspaper Nkewe Rotterdamse 
Courant as saying that George 
Harrison, lead guitarist far the 
Beatles, U really Jan Hendrik 
sen, who was bom In Rotter- 
item and is a seaman who 
“left" Ms ship in Liverpool four 
years ago. 

MON BY BOMB 

In Liverpool he Joined the 
group now known as the 
Beaties. 

The fact that hr is Dutch 
was not discioaed until he sent 
his mother In Rotterdam 5,000 
guilders foHowing a “contract 
in America." 

At first Mrs. Hendrikaen de¬ 
nied that George Harriaon was 
her son Jan but eventually tow 
admitted M when a newspaper 
reporter started to seek out the 
facta. 

“JAN'S A IEATLS!” 

When the news became 
known, children in the streets 
of Rotterdam near Jan's oid 
home could be heard shouting 
“Jan ta a Beetle ” 

‘ The newspaper, said Mr. 
Teygeman, carries a photo 
graph at Jan ifendrikien at the | 
ago of four. 

Less starUtag but pleasing 
to hear ia a nother piece of news 
about the Beatles which Is re 
ported by a Victoria woman. 
Mrs. M. A. Beitkow of 1075 
Knight. 

HELPING CHURCH 

Mrs. Baitkow's cousin lathe 
Rev. Edwyn Young, rural dean 
of Stepney in England, who 
Hid the Beetles are helping ' 
his church. 

Dean Young, as chaplain of 
the famous Palladium Theatre 
in London, meets many of the 
world's top entertainment stars i 
and Is Invariably photographed 
with them. 

When he had his picture 
taken with the Beaties, he, 
promptly obtained 200 copies 
and sold them at sixpence 
apiece to provide funds for his 
church, says Mrs. Bartkow. 

I'Two Refineries 
! Reduce Sugar 

'| MONTREAL <CPi — Two 
i Montreal mugar refineries—St. 

- Uurmcr and Canada and Do 
I < minim- Thursday announred ■ 

I 10-cent reduction In the whole¬ 
sale price of sugar to 113.30 a 
i 100-pound bag. 

The third major refinery, At- 
t lantic Sugar, kept tts price un- 
, changed at $13.60 a 100-pound 
bag. 


CiutUfift PoW ApaAbnteds 

ON BEAUTIFUL PORTAGE INLET < - 

OL 

^rrowimitll 


A TRULY 
LOVELY SUITE 


CHRISTIE POINT 
FEATURES 

Kitchens include electric stove, auto 
matic washer and dryer, refrigerator 
and double stainless steel sink. 

Ample cupboard, drawer and closet 
apace. 

Your choice of color in drapes. 
Hardwood floors throughout; carpeted 
stairs. 

Built-in TV outlet. 

Individual heat control for each suite; 
heat is Included with the rent. 

Three bedrooms upstairs; master bed¬ 
room twin size. • v 
Two bathrooms; main bathroom up¬ 
stairs. 

Four pieces with vanity and shower; 
two piece powder room downstairs. 
Spacious, airy, bright layouts. 

Scenic views from every room. 

Two large storage units in each suite. 
Fenced-in play areas for children. 
Heated swimming pool. Boat dock. 

All streets paved and- w^N lighted. 

No through traffic. 

Off-street parking for tenants and 
guests. 

Grounds fully landscaped and main¬ 
tained. 

Maintenance news always on duty. 
City bus service at your door. 


This luxury, 3-bedroom suite 
enjoys the scenic setting, the 
magnificent view, the wooded 
grounds that have made Chris¬ 
tie Point famous. It has every 
modern feature—range, refrig¬ 
erator, washer and dryer, mod¬ 
ern kitchen, spacious living- 
dining room and ample storage 
■pace. 

• 148^*153 Monthly 


There is a suite to suit your 
needs and budget at Christie 
Point. Visit them and see for 
yourself. 

A few 


$ 100.00 


suites available on a first 
come, first served basis. 


Victoria Flying Club 
Has *Open Day ’ Today 

A display of member-ousted Patricia Bay Airport. The dls- 
aircraft, plus free demnnstra- play will feature a 1830 Fleet 
lions and flights, will highMgjht F*inch biplane and a 1963 Cessna 
Victoria Flying Club's open day 205 single-engined six-seater. 
today. There will lie parachute tald- 

In aoniunction with open days »ng demonstrations and free 
at flying ciuba acmes Canada, familiarization flights in four of 
it will run from 1 to 5 p.m. at the club's aircraft. 


AND NOW FOR THE FIRST TIME ANYWHERE 

★ A KINDERGARTEN operating 5 days weekly at Christie Point, with 
a qualified teacher. 

★ A COMMUNITY CENTRE for ail age groups. Including a Camera 
Club, Children'! Matinees and many, many more social features. 

DISPLAY SUITE—OPEN 1 to 5 p.m. SUNDAY 

See the town house professionally furnished by WOOBWABIFS 
Mayfair Interior Design Gallery, 2nd Fbmr. 


RENTAL OFFICE ON SITE 

Opel from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Daily 
CALL EV 5 0644 


FOLLOW 

Highway 1-A (or Gorge Road 
to Admirals and turn left to 
Highway 1-A>; turn right at 
signs. 


Aistfctr DtvalopaiRf of CmoUdatotf BiiNiig Corporation Ltd. 


the light touch 


Scotia branch at 702 Yates St. opens Tomorrow 


We're moving to a new location. In our bright, new. enlarged Scotiabranch, 
we will be able to serve our customers more efficiently than ever. A full range 
of banking facilities will be provided. 

For savers—our unique, life-insured protected savings plan (PSP) as well 
as regular savings accounts. For borrowers—low cost Scotia FHen Loans 


—easy to arrange and life insured 

Come in soon and visit our new offices Be sure to pick up a free copy 
of Scotiabank's Pocket Guide for Family Spending. It's a wonderful help 
in planning the family budget. , 

T. Ledley McMaster, Manager 


M OLSON'S ••• Independent Brewers for 177 years. 


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This is your invitation to attend-tomorrow, between HI am. and 
5 p.m. or between 7 and 9 p m. We'd like to meet you. Join us for 
refreshments, meet your neighbors and the Scotia hank staff. 


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HUIOX TICK CURTAIN*—Rash » IN ', 

valanca «"«*••. Sac -- ------ 

41" GtU PLAIN A—Crisp tsyon with eyr-caUhl** teilursa 
Chooa {Torn an auutanl .1 eilMn Tart — —-j. 

Hum CIW-1 1 . yard! tap. It pl'»t»f bNtl. A 
4 a ad hooka, lrulractic* booklai .. m kit 


ciLvtKY wit ( orm (rooNA-nassrs naiui 

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1.49 VALUES (or LADIES and CHILDREN 


DACRON rANELS— Waahahla Btat-headed White anly 4 JS 
■na trill Kacti .. .. - — --— 

AT" MALIIBN PLAIN*— W»sh*bte. durable coAima lot 140 

dr .pm >llpc overt. ale. Yard — -- - * 

IT COTTON PRINT* AN* PLAINS—Cairalalad trial! and thlaa. Mil 
and match cImm rram a «tda rma«. aX 11 1 IQ 


ruiTK nun PAD*—Colourful vinyl war. 

1. poly-foam pad Tte-asu to harp l» pl*ca ... 
M“ ■ All AKA PC AIN—BoucU aMrf ■•Ural coteui 
Koltlr drapina Yard 

U" SAVOY MIKIKt—Neutral colour OO.S weavi 
Yard 

44- dl'NOLOW until Blub-weave tatl.rfd 
softly drapina ihr.r Bal«* and white oolj . 


POP Torn AND NAAPAU TOP*— In colourful prlnu. 

■um KM L. each . —- 

LADIES PCBAL rug HZ 14* CoIti«k>rLnU and Plaint. 

kipm 13-23 Koch . — 

LAD IRS' ALIMA— 

Cotton aUmt In aaaorlod calaun, IDS. Bach -. 

UDUI' BKICT DBK1AIA—with or without matching bolt. 
Colton prlnu. Main III each 

Kaad.arl'a Ulta' ap.rla.aa>, 1 


« ORDURUY ANB SATIN CUSHION*— 
anr II *14 Auorted cotours Rath 

PLAaTU IMOAII AND WINDOW CURT Aiwa - Colourful 
8ho.tr Ulll 4 JQ Win do. am 

Bach laSo Pair .— - 

TBI -LON PANKLA— Whlu Ml* KM *1 **l ' 

Koch — 

MCI mn COYKRA—CMoorlul tl ywuf 

dtrl cbalrt Each - 

BAMBOO I APT rca»na--T«a malchalick panala Him 

14 lit . .ilh match Ini loop tap* Natural onlf. Fair- 

Woodward's Deawoetos. Ami 


PBINTKB TOWEL! Your Choica: 


NYLON AOC'KR—Pin. nylon airctch. turn-over cuffi Whit* ar colourt. 
Sian 1 to IS, a to t>. and £ 4 IQ 

as U II. ..9 pair* I .to 9 

BULKY AOCKA—Caltoo-ajrlon match, willlt ouffs. 4 d JQ 

Olrlt liana I lo IS and I to »S .— — --91 pair. li.O 


CURIA’ P(OAL PtlAMEKh— Asserted print* and piaiax. 

Blira 1-14 Pair - 

GIRL* PRINT AMIPTA—A-lint and aluoU Urtoa 

Snorted poplin. 3-«* til Each_ 

DENIM I ET-OFFA—Rldrt -Back. « pock ala. button .at 
fllata 4-7. Hall Baaar .slat raaalar waist. *-14 Pair ... 
AWIM all IT A—Assorted stylo* and fabrics. 

*•’ 4-ax Each __ 


Slara a-14 

■NAFPERALL*—Bedford eorda. prill la. airlpra and MUfi 
IS-1* and 14 noa Each .... .. ... 

40TT8N BLOCtEA Plain ar laact. aaaortad atria, ahori 
or laid-up iteeves. Sima 1-fx. (-14. Bach 
COTTON (LIEPWEAR - R.br dotla or capria la glag 
yoke, multi-coloured ambroid.rr 

a-u 

COTTON BRIEFS 
.hit. onlr. 


OB. BRIEF.. PANT1EA—Rayon bkot « 

White and pink Mil*.;- 4 p. 

ARNEL AL1PA—Whit, and aaaorttd colour I Lara bodies aa 

hem. Rlaca » to «3 Each. ... 

COTTON HL1PA—Eyelet embroidered, ahadov panel. 

aUu laca trim. Inn II to 4*. Each -__ 

COTTON GOWN. OR HART DOLLS—AaaorUd prlnu and 
tlorala B1XM Ilf L Bach -. 


•-MAYFAIR" BULKY TARN—Wool bland reinforced »J 
.itb avion. ahriox-raaiaunt Approx 1-ot ik.m a* ■ 
“MATEAIR” WOEiTEB WOOI^-Rhrink-restateDt. A 

Attractive shades Approx l-oa. akrin - . ■ 

‘-MAYFAIR" DOUBLE KNIT—Nylon-rrlnforcrd aool « 
ahrlnk-rraiilanl Approx 3-os. bxll w 

■ PRINCES*" NYLON TARN—100- Ptir. (brink- £ 

proof, mothproof Approx l-oa ball - 3 

■ MAYFAIR" FINGERING—3-ply nylon-rainforcd *ool 

am. Pnpulai colaura. C 

Approx, l-oa. ball 3 

-MAYFAIR" BABY YARN—Nylon-ratnlorred WbtU am 
In illk and wool Bttrlnx-r.au teci £ 

Approx 1-da ball-- - - - - 

“MAYFAIR" WOOL BLEND—Reinforced nith ay loo A 

Bade aoioura Approx l-oa hall ™ 

-WHITE OAR” 4-PLY PINaBRINO-Britl.h IB 

Importrd All wool Apprax l-«n. akMn — 3 

MIC MAC INDIAN-TTPR WOOL—Plain and marl I 

colour.. 10- iuirbrxool Approx 4-0. 4k.Ua-( 

AEWINC, RABBETS ANB BIBB MOUAEA- 

Idral for no.ally ulta. Rxch - 

■ DOMINO CROCMET COTTON—M.rrfrlaad Collon f 

Whila and ten Slaaa M. M M < 

WaalaaiCa PhI. AH Saalbr. 


Double thick nan, triple crotch, bondaal !•*■. 


ARNEL HALF BLIP OR PtTTl-PANTA—White, pink, blue. 4 IQ 
Dues SUL Each -- _ latoV 

LADIEl- AMIFTA—Aaaorlcd prlnu 4 JQ 

a ML. Each.. latoO 

RAYON GOWRA Regular or fall lanflb. Aioarlrd caiaurt. 4 IQ 

Bll.a RML. aad OS _ - - ..._ 1.39 

COTTON «R A»—Pad dad Milan hraa Whlu BWly. 1 JQ 

Allta J2 A to JIB Each - - I ato3 

COITON RRAA—Whit, collon Plain. 12A lo 1*C. 9 4 JQ 

Padded 32A to MB to 'or I .to3 

GIRBLEH—Puli-on or pan 11 girdles t.o-.ay stretch elastic 4 JQ 
Whit, only RML and OB Qlrdlei 13 to It lath I 

PaalairC i La44 m 1 Unaarla aad Ftaalallaai, Mat. Ilaar 


STRETCH PWIM Til Nit—Riretch UaUx I 

■irlnt ..iat, ahart xc 

(Led. royal, ollte or black. I-It. . 

JR. aWIM TRUNK!—Plain cotton knit Inin 
Rad. royal, ollr. ar Mack. 1-4. 

JR. COTTON IMORTa— S bo«tr (ratal. Ranfi 
checks and plalrw. 


chum meah cloth. 11>I2 

COTTON IIPPRRRB PILLOW COVRRI_ 

■ leached white, Haadard a tax 

PRINTED RMACM TOWEL*—A .sorted pattern! 


1R. CREW T-SHIRT!—Elastic Back, com bad couoel la 
lancy elrlpM. Rleea 4. I. lx. 

BOY I" COTTON ABORT!—Banferixed S boxer check 
pi tins. a-ll. Each __ 

BOYa’ CHEW T-IHIBTA—Aaaartad ttripae. 

Bure 0 ILL . 

PCMMEB IN DEB WEAR—White lotto* kdll BlhldUa 
thirtt and hneli. t MX 

BOTH MM KB -Wool-nylon blend ar stretch ayloo- 

colion pUme end patterns. Iieea 1 - IIS __ 

IE ROY A’ PLAY 1C IT I-4=ot to a eheen ehorta, Bonf 

short xlecre shirts 

Assorted colours 4 - < - lx ___ 

ROTA- LADYBIRD WHITE T-SHIRT!— 

I 10 II - _ 

BIT!’ HOODED PWEATIHIRTP— 

RML Each _ - 

ROTA" I'LANNELETTE PYJAMAS— 

2-piece atylc. I lo 11 Each _ .... 

IR SOYA LINED JACRKTA—Oay an mm Sr aateurs. 
Rues 4. u> dx. Etch 


WATCH BRACELETS, RINGS 


MIAMI REE NYLON HONIERY -Bheer me-b with no « 
er.n atsn in Tool, atari as la 11. Pa«hton coUare. w mu 
NLIPPERX -Vinyl uppen aad leather aolrt A 

IUL and XL C pair 

GLOVEA—Nylon In xbtrred or plain atylea Paihlna colours 
Ptlr 

HANDBAG*—Plastic handbats In patent ar train finisher. 
Assorted aiylei Bach > 

I’MBBELLA* -Btronp aerial, carer, t-rib conaiructlon 

Each 

APRONA—Colton prints m hall or bib , A 

style fc 1c 

NTRAW DATA—Protect your heir from sun and wind 

Fashionably styled. Each - 

MACH SAGA—Heasy canras hots, ideal lor beach Near. 
al> kxrh 

HiadaiFCi Ladles Raalrry and Aeeetaerlet. 


MEN* AND ROY*’ WATcH DR At ELETB—4ua III y ex pa ru Inn braeeleis 
In yelio* or «hlts metal , JQ 

Each ■ a**3 

WOMEN A AND GIRL*’ EEPANBHlN BRAt ELETH Yellow and ohlio 

metal 1 40 

Each ■ etow 

ATERLING SILVER MGNET RINGS— 4 JQ 

por boys or pltls Each lato® 

GIRLS' COLOURED STONE RING* Rep men La a bltthxtooo 4 JQ 
In sterUni allxer aellln* Each I ato3 

WsadaarUs Walrbaa. Rlags. Mai. Fleas 


FISHING REEL Thumb eonirol spinning re*I. 
complete with an*. Each . ..... 

MUHING ROD— 

Two-piece cane aplnnmif rod Each 

FISHING LINE Nylon line Berkley llpe mnnolllamet 

assorted text weights 4 lo 40-lb test (pool 

AALMGN LANDING NET- 

17 ill" lendtni net with 31" handle 

PLAnTII T.ARP— 10x 13' ixrp lo caret household and 

camp llemr 

TAPESTRY TOTE BAG Assoried coloun. Up top. 

double handles - 

ROLLER PRATES— 

All metal, adjustable tor tlae , 

Klimt TIRE*—’ 

24 24T and 21 Etch 

Bit YULE TUBE*— 

34’xlXb . Jfxl's 21 xl s". 

GOLF BALL*— 

Canadian made by Campbell 
TFNNIB RA( DUET*— 

Regulation aim nylon slruut Each 
REAl H BAGS - For camps beach or school 
Drawslnng lop. Each , e—— 

INSULATED PICNIC BAG* Assorted colours 
Xaepa load bot or cold, always at hand. Each 
FLASHLIGHT— 

Complete wllh 4 batteries. Each I 

AIR MATURE**- -37 ’s7 f defined Plastic mattress a 
separate inflating pillow Each 
BERVICE TENNIS BALL*— 

Mads In Great Britain 


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LONDON — England has never before had much 

drag problem, largely because it hat handled the 
| so Knsioiy. Now the drug problem U growing 
My amon g the young and the British are getting 


The blf kick here at the mome n t fa wha t Is known m 
ID rpie heart, a combination of benzedrine and tranquilizerm. 
Some English teen-agem take aa many as 30, 40 or 50 over 
a weekend ^ ‘ 1 " — ■" —- 

The Other day I talked to a ■«! **. not going to work on 
young English girt with the drug*, either. AX It wiU do is 
haunted inward lace of the “■*“ criminals richer. 
drug taker, who had been in I'm n*t wen sure the 
the hoepttal twice for oventaa- change lronj drink to drug* is 
ihaul altogether harmful. Certainly 


age of purple hearts. _ _ 
what die got out of the thing | «herpenfci* the aansea is more 
What, I asked, do 30 purple wnWble than duddng them, 
hearts make you feel? "You Marijuana is not nearly aa 


.“bJwn reaching the reconWwying pub- 

vnJvnrsi ^ “n* 11 1958 but stereophonic 

“W r.t|lAli . . . . 

The other day F. E. Camps, ,Bpp,n * wu alread y b * ,,n « *** 
professor of forensic medicine before that by the major 
at London University, said that companies, 
as many people In England are . . . . 

taking drugs as taking drink. „ **. in . , ^„ A a ^ est 

Since the drug-taken, ’.re “ RC , A D V,C ' 

mostly young, another 20yea™, ?JS " m ° n ° ^ 

could change die proportion U»l ,f ^ ta 1,57 ?" °" e 8 “* 
two drug-takers to e v e r y * K , ! tt * ru « performance of Mo- 

zart s gorgeous Smfaxua Con- 

The young drug taken, are tef ^ n, ' ' K *•' t T' min * «>* 
not interested in alcohol. fttone! V '° “ l 1h ? 

is losing status with the young v, °' a ?' P nmro ~ t w ' th 

everywhere. They don’t want * under lz * r 

their senses dulled. They warn Sotomon. Cvenude was .nother 
them sharpened. collaboration by the same 

A recent edition of the Ox- torc< *' “ ^ but 

ford University magazine Isis. "J 1 ^* bl l«f man * 


is awa^-tfrom alcohol to drugs 
• as it certainly to--then the 
thing should be first under¬ 
wood. then controlled and chan 
belied. 

Prohibition didn't work on 
•Icohol in the United States 


8 BaUg £ alodial Victoria, IX, Sea., Mag II, 1DD4 


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KM{I|\|\|| 

SPORTS CENTRE 


Suicide Facts Revealed 


II r*or nanaa are atrana San t miaa 
Ui» Chaabar ol Barrari—aa aaUMn.lc 
r«-«rraUaa at a sailml sriias 


MEWl EX8ITWI ADDITIONS 
DON’T MISS THEM! 


JOHN CROSBY Rei 


* * / 

Drug Problem 


EN4 HANTED FAIRYLAND 

Whtr* fairy Ulti coma Is life S«< 
.ha Slraslos Saaniy St Qaerip XlIK 
tha Draion Jack Climb* Ihf Baan- 
ilan Alla* la Waaidcrland. Lao* John 
Sll>at Ptttr Pin. Maftaal aad Oiatal 
ldaal lar eb lid ras a birthday p«rUti 
and altar oraaAUaUana asaaial 
rata* 


THE CHAMBER OF 


LOS ANGELI3 iLAT! — 
Mora woman era committing 
suicide then In the put, and 
most of the bkme can be 
placed on availability of barbi¬ 
turates. according to a leading 
suicide authority. 

Fifteen yeers ago female 
eotddea accounted lor only 30 
per cent of afl utrkies in Loe 
Angelei. Today die female 


everyone loves you.” In that 
reply be* the crux at the protv 
letn, and the solution of the 
problem, if there la one, must 
be soughi within theft very re¬ 
vealing reply. 

MARINO MISTAKE 

Instead, the English — and I 
think they are making a ter¬ 
rible mistake — are In the pro¬ 
cess of handing control to the 
peike 

Drugs In this ooimcry have 
always been a medical, not a 
police, problem A drag addict 
an. say. opium, can get a pre¬ 
scription for the stuff and buy 
it at small cost. He's no prob¬ 
lem to society and there's tto 
Incentive to the criminals to 
create new addicts. 

In North America we have 
not only not solved the prob¬ 
lem. we've made it wuise and 
In addition created a huge 
crime prob l e m . 

■ALL FASHED 

Now Home Secretary Henry 
Brooke has asked for and gnt 
a Mil giving the police greater 
control over the distribution of 
drugs. The Mil, when It be¬ 
comes law. make* it possible 
to imprison first offenders for 
three months for illegal pos¬ 
session of the purple hearts. 

Great solution for a kid seek 
in* love. Toss him In jail 
where he'll meet criminal-* 
who'll teach him where to get 
heroin. They you really have 
a problem. 

The first step in solving any 
problem is to understand It. 
Few people of 30 or 40 or 50 
land they're the ones passing 
the towsi have a glimmer of 


Hostess Draftee Ri jdo a 
hear bora lawdh aft 


Cigarettes or alcohol. The idea 1 .. IF f f n 

SIVTS." Handful of Bear 

I’ve known marijuana smokers Hostess Drafts f Bi jd i' i bMfc dowa Pul. I 
who've never tried anything fcaar bora rrrrnttj aft ttiflaad*B Hbipsa 

" r ™ 30 1'!!' -la nil l. .I~P c-Murt-a? I. It. 

Marijuana smokers go on to . _ . 

heroin and cocaine usually (Fsaaaw»( 

when the underworld and the 

polke. who seem sometimes to -m m’ww > # -n w-w 

scSTsiH; MRA Bid Rep 

parts of the Middle East. *■ 

North Africa and the Orient— —~ ^ _ _ 

By Student Le 

PRETTY NICE KIDS J w fciV 

The impottont thing to re¬ 
member is that most of these wssssssss ss ss b bb s ssssi An apparent 
youngsters on pot or on purple _ _ __ _ n. 

heart, are pretty nice kki. I/JI9 Rfinifi^ 

The personality problem chil tJUTlllS. .dent leader, i 

flran land the girl I talked to LONDON (Realmi — Bov- pu** came tc 


dowa Pul. Mm llay krowa 
aft . HllpaBads lw Cab 
rtsMy la ila small basket. 


MRA Bid Repulsed 
By Student Leaders 


juunK.ini on pot or on purpie _ _ 

hearts are pretty nice kids |»|9 Kfinil*' 
The personality problem chil IOi ^ UUIIUS. 
.Bren (and the girl I talked to LONDON (Realemi — Bov- 
certainly wasi are going to be *1 exparts are searrhlag a 


problems anyhow. 

But when you bring the cops 
In. you make problem children 


lake bmw Smote ask. western 
R asa is. for t re a m re believed 
to have beea ink there by 


out bf a loft of bids who. left N apnl oa a dariag Ms tail 


'I An apparent attempt by Moral 
Re-Arm snent to Influence stu¬ 
dent leader, on Canadian cam¬ 
puses came to light at a student 
meeting in Victoria last night. 

The meeting is the western 
i regional conference of tha Can¬ 
adian Union of Studapu, which 


10 per cant (o B.T par cent. 

CWrty indicating a rafts tad 
trend, says Dr. Hobar t E. Lit 

man. chief psychiatrist of the 
Los Angelas Suicide Preven¬ 
tion Centre, Is tha fact that 
barbiturates were taken by S3 
per cant of the 1,138 known 
aulddes In Loa Angeles county 
tost year, compared to 13 J per 
cent in IMP. 

FOB FIRST TIME 

For the first time, swallow¬ 
ing barbiturates became the 
moat common method of end¬ 
ing one's Kb. 

This is the latest finding by 
the centre's staff of experts, 
who have earned the centre its 
reputation as one of the 
world', leading organizations 
j for suicide treatment, r—earrh 
and teaching. 

Other insights Into suicide: 

• The suicide rate for 
non-whites now much lower 
than for whites—will rise aa 
equal rights prevail. 

• Everybody contemplates 1 
suicide at one time or another. 

I DINGLE 
HOUSE 

For foar Eating 


• The Internal mood, not' 
the wealhar. day or woefc or, 
month of year, determines the 
dm* of aalride 

• Sel f de te r mined Individ¬ 

uals are more auicide-prone 
than Ihoae net so conscious of | 
their own powan. j 

EASY AND CHEAP 

Explaining the centre's find 
Intp on barbiturate suicides, | 
Dr. LAbnan said In an Inter 
view: 

Stolen Flight 
Kills Pair 

MONTREAL tUPU — Two, 
young Montreal men died early 
Friday la the crash of a small 
private plane they had apparent¬ 
ly taken lor a starlight joyride. 

Tha plane, taken without par- 
mi.slon from suburban Cartier- 
villa airport, crashed In a Bald 
30 miles sooth of here, apparent¬ 
ly was out of fuel. The man were 
Identified aa Roland Herdieux, 
X. aad Dollard Dev aid I 35. Po¬ 
lice said Herdieux had five and 
a half hour, of flying experience, 
but added they didn't know who 
piloted the craft. 

FAIRFIELD UNITED 
CHURCH CHOIR 


TtorMturatea are easy to, He Is a white Protestant pro-, 
take, ch e ap and a saa ria tad toaiioasl male, over 50. who is 

with happiness and comfort not broke, i. a widowed or di* 
because of their legitimate use j vorred, hat no children and Uvea 
to produce Bleep. No notoe. No alone In • hotel In a large 
smell. No tarie. Just obkv- city aa the west coast 
ton" - 

-Chance plays * very Mg - # mhmmmmrnim 

role in suicide, H Dr. Litmsn tfilRa\aaa 

said. “Suicide occurs when all $ 

of the predisposing factors — 

* •rosiMos 

turned on at the Mine hme. I ***• Upstairs Gslliry” 


Tha ab s en ce of Just one 
little factor, like ne barbitu¬ 
rates In the house, Is often 
enough to stop the ach” 
Through the years suicide 
experts have accumulated data I 
about the kind of person most' 
apt to commit suicide. 


* NPENINN SOON 

-Tha Upstairs GsUiry- 
ap»N towjwa^aw )gm 

Snao* 

~d Antin' iuVoxt' t%t- 

Bitura aJMt Acxaaaortaa 

o«a nu>r s »*■!■■• 

1«S Fort (Near Cook) 




Opaa ft - U pa. 
TEAR — IM I:R pm 
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Assisting Artist 

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Wedaesday, May IS 
8 

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ANNOUNCEMENT 

THE ALUMNI OF THE 
UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA 
Annual Dinner Meeting 

will he held 

FRIDAY, MAY 22 

Faculty Build lag, Gordoa Head Campus 

Guest Speaker: DR. W. GIBSON 


•• Reception: 6:30 p.m. 
• Dress: Informal 


• Dinner: 7:00 p.m. 

• Tickets: *2.50 each 


Farther laformatfoa EV B-B4IS 


alone, would be no problem to treat from Moarow. arcordlag ! continues until Monday. 


them selves or the rest of us. to • '•**« ra dio report. 

Records in Review 

Reissues Better 
Than Originals 


Ry CLYDE GILMOi R 

Stereo discs did not beain 


wnnen oy tour unnamed un¬ 
dergraduates revealed that a 
large portion of Oxford mu 
dents were using drugs, mostly 
marijuana. 

Not more than a dozen 
smoked pot every day. But as 
Jnany as 300 Oxford under¬ 
graduates smoked pot as often 
as they could get it because 
they liked getting high. 
CAMBRIDGE 

At Cambridge, for some rea 
son, the popular kick at the 
moment is purple hearts, not 
pot. 

The student article says. 
“For all we know, the police 
In Oxford may be atxiut to 
pounce at any moment In 
Edinburgh they are very vigil 
•hi But It seems rather a 
Waste of public funds. Pot is 
not addictive, it is not anti- 
ao mi, a, )( | u has many bene¬ 
ficial eftects " 

College kids have been on 
aome kind of kick, akohol 
mostly, for centuries. Man¬ 
kind has been getting high on 


Now RCA has reissued the 
Mozart item in fine-eoundins 
stereo (LSC-2734). with a simul¬ 
taneous mono as LM - 2734. ' 
This is music which clearly 
gains from a resourceful use 
of two-channel engineering, yet 
even in regular mono, "hi-fi" 
the re-release has been improv¬ 
ed over the original issue. 

The Benjamin, regrettably has 
not been republished and soon 
presumably will vanish from the 
, catalogue. But the Mozart's 
disc-mate now is a superlative 
I new recording by Heifetz of the 
Giazounov violin concerto, with 
I Walter Hendt on the potflum. 

• Also outstanding in the 
realm of welcome -reissues are 
two Decca mono-only albums 
representing the achievement of 
a great American entertainer 
s.Jid success on weekly 
television is one of the more 
hr an mine aspects of the small 
round-shouldered screen: 

l • ItuaBv base for Children 

' IhNtTXI rnnlaln* not nsilv vn,-h 


i During tha proceedings, a 
' member of the University of Vic¬ 
toria committee in charge of the 
I conference disclosed that Moral 
I Re-Armament had attempted to 
obtain a speaking engagement. 

This announcement brought an 
immediate response from the I 
five student council presidents 
attending the meeting. Each dis¬ 
closed he had been approached 
by MR.-A in the past. 

It was not until the conference, 
they said, that they realized the 
extent of the MR.-A action. Af¬ 
ter lengthy consideration by the 
various student leaders, the re¬ 
quest was rejected. 

iH is 

H Peg Bracken’s done If a 

• “I TRY h 

■ TO BEHAVE ■ 
" MYSELF” l 

H by Peg Bracken B 
H B 

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HEIFETZ 

jmiablr juvenilities as Tubby 
Hie Tuba and I Taut I Taw a 
Putty Tat but one of Kaye's all- 
time classics. The Liddle Fiddle, 
including a mention of a Czech 
composer whose marvelous 
name takes Danny about hall a 
minute to pronounce. 

t Tbe Best of Daaay Kaye 
(DX-8I75) is a two-disc set hoid- 
|i»c 2fc songs and one-man 
sketches, including such Kaye 
classics as Lobby Number. 
Tchaikovsky. Triplets, and 
Bailin' the Jack. Good sound 
and admirably tidy surfaces. 

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with Noodles. 


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Local Events 


ART BUCHWALD Tots Up Roman Sandals 


Hopeful 


Look Alikes 


Actors 


A (lew weaks ago 20th Cen pot 4own P,100,000 (or that 
tury-Fox announced they were Incident, 
suing Elizabeth Taylor and Ot course, the big damage 
Richard Burton lor $50,000,000 was done when they were pho- 
in damages in connection with tographed on a raft together, 
the motion picture Cleopatra. Thi* was terribly costly to the. 
The couple waa charged with ■ludio and probably resulted to ! 
breach of contract and depre¬ 
dating the commercial value PotVer MoiCPr 
of the movie by their “scan¬ 
dalous" conduct before, tnd injures Foot 
during, the filming of the * 

mov1 . A man who waa mowing his 

lawn with a power mower sul- 
When the news was pub- fpred , #evere , y ln)urad ^ a( 

ilshed. Bob Hope said, “Gee, 4218 Spring Ridge Road Friday, 
that's going In spoil thdr Thomas O'Neill was believed 
honeymoon." “ to have been turning the mower 


Arabia, la IsataUvely plaaalag 
la film Dr. ZMvage la Canada 
next year Imm “M la the 
eaty reentry which offers the 
■a im vaat aad wlalery Inna- 


When Eddie Flaher left Rome 
aad Miss Taylor lafuaed to 
newer his telcpIlDOa calls, 20th 
went into a Spin. It was a 
$3,200,000 breach of contract. 


Face 

Exams 


By TED UASKELL 

Students for UBC* summer 
Bwatre school will be selected 
by extetuion department drama' 
director Sidney Risk when he 
bolds auditions In Victoria, 
Thursday. 

Mr. Risk wlU hold auditions in, 
the education library in the | 
Douglas Building, H7 Govern-1 
men!, between noon and 1 
p.m. and from 4 to 5 p.m. 

Minimum age is 17. 

Would-be students should 
brush up an their Shakespeare. \ 

Mr. Risk will ask the women 
In read from Romeo and Juliet, j 
Act HI. Scene n starting from 
"Shall I speak Ul of Mm" down 
to "Where is my father?" 

For the men. the play is 
Richard II. Act m. Scene H, 
starting at “Needs must I like 
H well" to "shall falter undrr 


BEVERLY STEVENS 


DRIVE-IN 
On Gorge Rond 

Osp. SC. ratal tiWak 


Chosen from 1,400 


City Girl Shares 
Stage with Stars 


Bennetts Eye Broadway 


Ian photographer. That cer¬ 
tainly waa worth $5,000,000 to 
20th. 

"Him there was another eve¬ 
ning when several reporters 
tried to climb over Miss Tay¬ 
lor's stone wall while Burton 
was presumed to be in the 
house. That was worth $3,- 
500.000 of injury to the repu¬ 
tation of the picture. 


Children to Get 
Drug Warnings 

LONDON (IT) — Sr boat 
children la IsUaglaa. a dbtrirt 
of north London, are to be 
given Irrtares oa tkn dangers 
sf taking drags. The Irrtnrro 
■n part sf a rarapalga to 
fight l a ei aaars In drag ped- 


A Victoria entertainer has won a place in a U.S. theatri¬ 
cal company which this summer wiD boast such guest stars 
as John RaJtt, Jayne Mansfield, Michael Rennie, Juliet 
Prowse and Patricia Wymore. 

Former Victorian singer and pianist Beverly Stevens, 
whose sister, Mrs. Ralph Anderson, lives at 3120 Fifth, was 
chosen from 1,400 hopefuls for a part in My Fair Lady with 
the resident company at the new 3,300-seat Melodyland 
Theatre near Disneyland. 

Famous stars will appear at the theatre in such musicals 
as Finian’s Rainbow, Pajama Game, Sound of Musk. Bells 
Are Ringing, Irma La Douce, and Gentlemen Prefer Blondes. 

Mims Stevens started her professional career in Victoria 
at the age of four. She made a big hit at the Royal Theatre 
when abe was nine, by concluding a song and dance act 
with excerpts from Tachhlkowiki's piano concerto and 
Debussy's Clair de Lune. 

She has appeared on radio and television and, when at 
the school of music and drama at the University of Wash¬ 
ington, played leading roles in Guys and Dolls, Carousel, 
Babes In Arms and The Boy Friend. 


ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL BUTCHART GARDENS. 
Now celebrating their "Diamond Anniversary" after 
having brought pleasure to visitors and Victoria resi¬ 
dents for the past 60 yean. There's always something 
new to see at the Butchart Gardens, now in full spring 
splendor. Resident or tourist—here's an attraction you 
won’t want to miss. Visit the world-famous Butchart 
Gardens! Open dally, 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. 

AMAZING UNDERSEA GARDEN! Family Days! 
Whole Family *2-50. Descend under the sea itself! 
Beautiful sesplumes, anemones, flowers of the sea! 
Octopuses, sharks, wolf-eels, skin divers’ -11 a.m. to 
10 p.m. Weekdays: noon to 10 p.m. Sundays. Oak Bay 
Marina. EV 2-5717. 

ANNE HATHAWAY* COTTAGE. Visit the world's only 
exact replica of this thatched cottage. Built with co-op¬ 
eration of the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust. Tours 
daily 10 a.m. to S p.m. Adults 75c, Children 35c. 429 
Lampoon Street See also English Village. 

BUNK BONNIE “U-Catch-m" Trout Fishing! Daily, 
dawn tiH dark, year round. Saanichton. GR 4-1995. 
CRYSTAL GARDEN. Public Swimming today 2 to 5:30 
p.m. Monday 12:30 to 9:30. 

“DOUGLAS" GOLF DRIVING RANGE and »Hole 
Pitch and Putt. Open every day till 10 p.m. 

HISTORIC CBAIGFLOWER MANOR. Corner Craig 
flower and Admirals Road (Route 1AI, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. 
MALAHAT POOL—Swim In heated pool. Picnic tables. 
Campsites, trailer space. Opp. Malahat Chalet. Season 
starts May 15. 

MINIATURE VILLAGE on Mount Newton Cross Road. 
Hi miles west from Route 17. 474-2203. 

PUTT, PUTT—The game of skill with the big money 
tournaments—plus seven Chevs. as prizes. Putt your 
troubles away at Putt Putt at the "Douglas" Golfland*. 
THE SECRET COFFEE HOUSE, featuring Victoria's 
finest live entertainment nightly from 8:30. 


Victoria gets a special treat 
tomorrow, with the unexpected j 
appearance of two of Canada's 
Jodelyn 


best known pianists, 
Roters-Prltchs rd and Patricia 
Klrfcnatrirk-EHWt. at • 15 p.m. 
Tn St. Matthias Hall. 

The two ladies were honked 
Into the Queen Elizabeth Theatre 
In Vancouver foe a recital. 

Mrs. K. P. Greenhalgh. of 5 
Armine Place, sister of Mrs. 
Kirkpatrick - Elliott, persuaded 
them to play in Victoria first. 


NORTH BREEZES 


On another occasion the 
couple went for a picnic to 
the beach with Mlsa Taylor’s 
children. This cost 20th $4,900,- 
000 In bad publicity. 

And then there was that 
weekend when they went off 
iqgether and Miss Taylor came 
back with a swollen eye. We 


Large, perfectly - shaped 
pearls rank in value with 
the most precious stones. 
Soft and Irideacent, they 
abaorb as well as reflect 
light. Only the sea pearl 
oyster of tropical seat pro¬ 
duces reoly precious pearls. 
Many other oysters, dams, 
conches and abalones pro¬ 
duce pearls but mostly lus¬ 
treless or non-symmetrical 
examples. Beautifully 
rounded and matched pearls 


The Meistersiagers, who pre¬ 
sented a successful procram at 
the Edward Church Hall last 
week, will pr t swi t a similar pro¬ 
gram of western, barbershop, 
calypso and other types of music 
at the St. Andrew's Writ Hall. 
ClO Courtney, under the spon¬ 
sorship of die Fairfield United 
Church Choir. Concert starts at 
8 p.m. 

The spring choral concert will 
be presented at the Esquimalt 
United Church, at R p.m., Thurs¬ 
day. by the combined girls 
choir and senior choir of the 
church. 

Guest artists in the program 
baritone, 


aad ilnsM be stared sep¬ 
arately. High tempera terra 
and the aridn In peraptra- 


Pocket Previews 


harm fa! to them. They 
should be geatly washed 
and dried after wearing. 

People who like fine pearls 
also like the IMPERIAL 
style of dining. We offer 
the same measure of qual¬ 
ity. 


nairn 

Nasons, 


By BOB THOMAS 

HOLLYWOOD (AP)-The new 
movies - 

Two of the new spring crop of i 
films were tpade by U.S. com-1 
ponies in Spain and at least one 
might support the thesis of 
“Yankees, come home." 

The better of the two exhibits 
is The Thin Red Line, first 
movie sponsored by the Ameri¬ 
can Congress of Exhibitors, a 
group of theatre men who pro¬ 
vide backing to "increase the 
flow of quality product." 


IMPERIAL salntes to new 
Iriak-Canadian Clnb prenT 
dent Mn Maria Edwards, 
Cowlrliaa Grass Hockey 
Clnb president Mrs. P. Chn- 
worth-Masters. Dr. W. A. 
Rryrw— appointed aew Uvk 
dess of arts aad nelearea, 
and Esqnimalt May Queen 
Manreea TamMIng. 

Your boat, 


Another Madrid-based movie 
is The Fall of the Roman Em¬ 
pire. filmed at a cost ot untold 
millions. Unfortunately, its 
script is a empty as its vast 
sets are filled. 

It is hard to believe that H 
was created by the same team 
that made the stirring El (3d. 
Nothing seems to have fallen 
j right for the Empire. Stars are 
, miscast, their lines are stilted 
or Just plain silly, scenes play 
too long. 


are Richard Wood, 
and die George Krailing trumpet 
trio. 


In Color 


Secret Coffee House patron 
heve a variety of entertainers 
this week with Charles O'Heg- 
arty, from London. England: 
the University Three from Vic¬ 
toria and Doug Shumfca, Van¬ 
couver. 


GEM 


THEATRE 

SIDNEY 


JAMES JONES 


Dr. Strangelove 


Not Natural Instinct 


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HOLLYWOOD (UPI)— Author James Jones finally 
Iras seen a war movie that measures up to his standards 
of combat drama. , 

An authority on warfare by virtue of his own 
experiences as an infantryman during the Second World 
War and his best-seller From Here to Eternity, Jones 
has rapped Hollywood for making a cowboys-and-Indians 
mockery of modem battle. 

Jones' praise for The Him Red Line is fortuitous In 
that the picture was made from his most recent wax novel. 


ODEONQ 3 


FRIDAY 

SATURDAY 


WHAT A CARVE UP 


May 15-16 . 

to the musk of 


BritMl Farce Comedy 
SIDNEY JAMES - KENNETH CONNOR 
DENNIS PRICE - SHIRLEY EATON S 

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Zrillata taka a afejaok kt tfaa art ot m«rd*r ana M 

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“I think they've done well with the war scenes." 
Jones said on the telephone from Paris. "The battle scenes 
are some of the best I’ve ever seen. They have a serious, 
poetic quality about them. Very effective.” 

Jonea was pressed about the poetic facets of war¬ 
fare. 

"I wouldn't call it poetic, actually. But I find it 
attractive sometimes." he answered. "There's an animal 
quality in it, I guess.” r - 

For a man who has made a fortune writing about the 
brutality of war. Jones is a pacifist who abhors combat. 


FLOOR SHOW 


Starring 


anaaaw 

Charlai O’Hagarty 

rrom London. Englaad 

Uaivarslty Tlraa 
Dang Skunk a 

Beginning Monday 
HOOT"—Tunlle. 8:3* 


DR. 

JOHN C. HUGHES 


HELD OVER 


1 "Novels and movies have glamorized war.” he said. 
"They give it hemic proportions. Actually, heroism is a 
bod thing in the human rare. It's an outgrowth of animal¬ 
istic predators. It became a human trait for reasons of 
survival. It is not a natural instinct. 

“All along the line, throughout history, heroism has 
had to be learned. We must now discover that it is not 
a virtue." 


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Jones, who has made his home in Paris for the past 
six years, has another war novel in the typewriter which 
he says will round out a quartet of his books on the 
subject. 

"1 have an ambivalent feeiing about war," he said.' 
“In comltat I actually found myself liking it sometimes. 
Then I'd have to drag myself back from that attitude 
to a civilized point of'view. 

The theory that the best in men and civilizations 
emerges during wartime is wholly false. The organiza¬ 
tional part of war is being one ant in,a group of ants." 


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10 Orff (SfliOTW Victoria, EC. S., Ik, It, INI 


Labor Gain in Potter 
‘ Management’s Fault ’ 

EDMONTON <Cf> — Thr pM> oMft to tote 


assers 


ipM to Matototo (dr^aain rrliliwi with M» 
•a iaiflitok, Edward Imimm at VajMOMw, 
■Mato at Padfh l*rro» Limited, told the I Ilk 
Afcarta CaaaHI of PemoBMl AaaortoUotea Friday. 


Songhees Indians say they 
plan to proawute tnwpa.w*ra 
on r ese rve-owned Discovery 
and Chatham Islands as a re 
suit of recant vamtoJiwn Utere. 

Recently van (to I a broke into 
the home of Discovery Island 
resident Ned Williams while 
the a£ed Indian was away In 
hospital They smashed Ns 
canoe and a* ole la a food. 

HOUSE DESTROYED 

Four years ago his house 
was destroyed by fire, appar¬ 
ently after a picnickers' bon¬ 
fire g6t out of hand. 

Songheea Band Chief John 
Atoany said yesterday the is¬ 
lands have bean fill several 
times in the past and his band 
was considering prosecuting 
trrsp—rrm under the Indian 
Art. 

, Trespassers face a $50 Mne 

or one month in prison, and 
Chief Albany says Indiana may 


also invoke fire hazard regu¬ 
lations to prevent more use of I 
the Islands 


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list of investment securities. We believe this pub¬ 
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British car manufacturers 
have united to provide the Brit¬ 
ish Columbia International 
Trade Fair May 13-23 in Van¬ 
couver with a built-in motor 
show of Its own 

The Rolls - Royce, Jaguar, 
Austin, Morris, 


Island Bridge Strengthened 

Hard at work on Haslam Creek bridge for Trans-Canada Highway 
Bridge, five miles south at Nanaimo. traffic. Major summer project to 
is carpenter Tommy Poranaa of Na- being done try Vancouver Pile Driving 
naimo, one of big crew strengthening and Contracting Co.—(Jim Ryaol 


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TELEPHONE: MS-tStt 


Mutual Fund 


Sunlwam and 
Triumph companies will show 
a range of sports, economy and 
luxury models. 

The Joint exhibition Is part 
of the British motor car indus¬ 
try's general drive to increase 
sales In British Columbia. 


Officss In fS Canadian CiHat 
London. England and Mam Tor* 


REGINA (CP) — Provincial 
banks, much as the one pro 
posed for British Columbia, 
are s “potential danger” to 
Canada’s economy, W. Earle 
McLaughlin, president of the 
Royal Bank of Canada, said 
Friday night In Regina. 

In an interview, Mr. Me- 1 
La ugh tin said there were times 
when tight money restriction■ 
must be applied, even though 
no one liked the kies. ( 

PRESSURES ,. 

“It is simple to think about . ' 
the political pressures that 
could be brought to bear by 
the provinces, through their 
banks, or directly in behalf of 
their banks, if such a policy 
were thought to be needed by * r *’ f 
the Bank of Canada or the feo- 
eral government, at any par- the * 
ticular time. ”’*• 

"This type ol pressure could One of the leadvs In the 
only lead to sectkonaltzation of effort to give the Canadian 
the country and might even banks a new look la the To- 
contribute to its falling apart.” ronto Dominion Bank. It has 
Mr. McLaughlin, who at- already a close affiliation with 
tended a day-long meeting of a company providing trust and 
the bank’s board of directors, mortgage facilities, and now 
said regional banks tuoh as tt is one-third owner of a lead 
that proposed for Western I big mutual fund. 

Canada eventually would be| Under Ks new deal. T-D 
absorbed by national banka Bank has acquired 33 per cent 
as has happened in the past. i interest In Corporate Investors 

MORTGAGE FIELD L* 6 • • ^ ur>d with assets at 

But even If such a regional I M*r< ri 31. 1964. of S12.SB0.621. 
bank was modestly successful 1 WILL SELL SHARER 
tt was unlikely it could escape It •* th e Intention of T-D 
the absorption. shares in Corporate 

Mr. McLaughlin said he Investors at all branches of 


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Architects 

Require experienced Architect-draftsmen for their Van¬ 
couver office. Very pleasant working conditions and 
most challenging work. Phone or write Victoria or 
Vancouver offices of the Arm. 


By HARRY YOUNG 


and the banks which 


are of great importance to the phenr 
development of the country a were hitherto out of hia reach. 
Industries. Unfortunately up Aa the need tor Canadian 

capital is so vital, the latest en¬ 
terprise of the Toraalo-Domiiiian 1 
Bank is commendable 
THE ERIEIVDLY BANKER 
I One thing that is happening 
with ell these new benka Is the 
air, managers of existing basks 
are becoming positively affable 
in their general customer rela¬ 
tions. (This dors not mean that 
most of them were not affable 
before, but the new public re¬ 
lations t n ue h It too obvious Id 
ignore.) 

A colleague vouches for this 
as a true story ol wrist hap¬ 
pened to a friend who runs a 
fairly prosperous logging busi¬ 
ness on Vancouver Island and 
does most of Ma banking in 
Victoria- 
“COME IN” 

He entered one bank where 
he has had an account for 
many years and was greeted 
by ks manager and asked to 
"come into the office “ 

Aa it was the first time he 
had met the imager, the cus¬ 
tomer, a forthright sort of 
ctmp. asked abruptly if some¬ 
thing was wrong. 

The bank manager hastily 
assured Mm Out all was well. 
He explained he was merely 
making a point of m ee tin g 
and haring a talk with aU cus¬ 
tomers who dealt regularly and 
had siaable account* at Ms 
branch. - , 

‘Tv* been going Into that 
bank for years and this Is the 
first time I had ever spoken 
said the cus- 


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George Meet, recently ap¬ 
pointed president of Montreal 
Stock Exchange is *xirrent»y 
waging a campaign to encour¬ 
age Canadians to be more en¬ 
terprising about their to vest¬ 
ments 

He wanta them to invest more 
in common stocks and leas to 
bonds and savings accounts. 

Aa a former minister of trade 
at Ottawa. Me. Hers la sharply 
cognizant of the problem facing 
Canadian Industry. He knowi 
that If it had not been for U.$. i 
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Canadian enterprises now pay¬ 
ing handsome dividends would 
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The only way in which Cana¬ 
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odwnrrship where It ia in other 
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nadians to provide risk capital. 
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The advent of the mutual 
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investor to secure s well-bal¬ 
anced portfolio, and gives him 
the security of expert manage¬ 
ment. has done much to Interest 
the average man in the higher 
priced stocks, such as Interna¬ 
tional Nickel. Imperial Oil, 
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EXCITEMENT IN AIR 

Trie Toronto Stock Exchange 
is currently slating on trie, 
edge of a volcano which Is 
due to erupt aa soon ax aome- 1 
body brings fat further news 
from the Timmins area. 

So far as la known. Texas 
Gulf Sulphur la the only eom 
l*any which has actually struck 
the massive deposit of silver- 
copper ore north of the famoue 
Ontario Porcupine area. But 
since that company leaked trie 
news that it had more than 
25,000.000 tons of rich-looking 
ore. dozens of other mining 
staked or 


HOMES for SALE 


North Saanich School 
Sets 13 New Records 


1. A HOME WITHOUT A PROBLEM 

Pride of ownership ia reflected throughout this 
entire home. Only 4 years old, 3 bedrooms, large, 
bright living room with raised hearth fireplace, 
“in-line” dining room, 4 star kitchen and utility. 
Full basement, hot-water heating. |4T Qflfl 
University area. Only . I I |OUU 

HOME AND REVENUE 

,2. IDEAL FOB STUDENT RENTALS 

3 Fully finished bedrooms, kitchenette snd bath 
in the basement. Five single beds included. Main 
floor level is cosy 2-bedroom bungalow. Bus at 
door, shopping across the street Excellent oppor¬ 
tunity for widow lady, or working 9^ J ggQ 

QIALKTM 

3. 34 seres treed, level land fronting on Albeml 
highway. Only 93900. Easy terms. 


Lovely, architect-designed 2 or 3-bedroom home 
on ri acre overlooking the twinkling lights of the 
city and with a fabulous view of the Olympics 
and ocean. Close to everything, but with privacy 
and seclusion. This home features a panelled and 
glass entrance hall leading to the panelled living 
room and dining area with cantilevered celling, 
wall-to-wall carpeting, fireplace, and floor-to-ceil¬ 
ing window-wall opening onto lovely patio. Roomy 
kitchen with new nook and utility off. Large bed¬ 
rooms. one 22x12 with wslk-in dosetsr penciling, 
and built-in large view windows. One and a half 
bathrooms. Carpeted hall. Excellent radiant heat¬ 
ing system. 


W* Yalta—B Mart mar. D. Carinas. 
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companies have 
bought claims In the vicinity' 
of the U.9. company's strike. 

It was these speculative stocks 
which, towards the middle of 
April, turned the Canadian stock 
exchanges into a frenzy. 

Mining storks which had been 
trading for less than ten cents 
were quickly run up into the 
dollar bracket, and the shares 
of Texas GuU. which before the 
strike were around 124. made a 
high of JM as the intrinsic value 
of the discovery became appar¬ 
ent 

Since then Texas Gulf has 
maintained the biggest part ol 

Its rise, but the speculative* 
have dropped -some of them by 
SB per cent, and it can be said 
that the first round of enthusi¬ 
asm is over, r 

The next phase of market ac¬ 
tivity will start if and when a 
company with adjacent property 

coiita J —_ c to Tmmi “ G* 1 * 1 f ‘nds something 

interesting in the core of its 
G Pesrann. S. Uvar. <= I drltltriR equipment 
nrlfflts. Jr*n TWmaa. O 0 tt 

r Proraon. T J.-B.C. FIRM MERGE 

* t Eng. j. 1 Tbr Toronto paint manufacture 
Iteiite. u- AnU m>. c ing firm of the Glidden Cnmiiany 
Limited has liought Walker: 
mri W. tnorm. c 0 ^,^^ , South Bumat>y firm 
S! 1 ufala' P '* a “ rk '' xpecialhdnK in the manufacture 
r. R slasiw. G Hsrkor. jof wood coating products for thei 
Omrs*, tn*p. er I forest induatry. 


ASKING PRICE C I |9UU 

Ry OwBtr — Ptvost S85-4I85 


PLEASE CALL JAY R06ERS EV4-05SI 


Canadian 
Collieries 
Taken Over 


KDtet.1. *.l. 

anted Jump-a. J affray M ■■Ste. M 
Brac-kei. if r'. 

Otecua— J. Gardn-r. P. KaMfeL C. Clay 
too. SS" O', raoonl. 


Hugh Ourtis has been appointed General Sales Manager 
of Quality Music C-FAX, 810 in Victoria. Mr. Curtis’ 
increased responsibilities are part of the current expan¬ 
sion plans of the station. Starting in July, Quality Music 
C-FAX win be broadcasting full-time 6 a.m. to 1 a.m. 
on a year-’round bagia, from our new frequency, 1070 
on your radio dial. 


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iiUB Colonist Vkfrii, i.c., s-., May it, if»4 11 ' flames in the News 


Sale Caps School Use 


MPs Divided 
On Columbia? 


McKenzie Avenue Elementary j 
School •mm mi uacd tar the 
hurt time Saturday before de¬ 
molition, when a rummage sale 
was staged by students and 

•tan. , - ! 


Demolition at the buildfenv raised $2 
was delayed to allow the sale ch *“ ■!* 
to be held. ,n * 

Sale of donated articles, in- . 

eluding French doors. Italiaa ■puk ptd 
Ma pots, books, toys, furniture, I language 


A man who testified before River treaty last Monday, said 
the external affairs committee 1 here yesterday he thinks a 
In Ottawa on the Columbia split is occurring within the| 
i ~ _ oormnittoe. 

rk^kDP Bruce Yorke, an economist; 

ESVArto with the trade union rases rub 

RELAX 1 bureau in Vancouver,''spoke] 


Calgary Stampede parade In 
July. 


WINNIPEG — Two youth, 
succeeded, and three tailed, in 
appeals against whipping sen¬ 
te ness here. 

Manitoba Court of Appeals 
removed the whipping pert of 
a sentence for tu bbe i y against 


TORONTO—Toronto Indus i ri- 

alist Kgmeat Lao Fraakel. 72. 
died at Ms home here Friday 
after a lengthy Illness. 


1Announcing 

’CLARK & 
PATTISON 

NOW AGENTS FOR 

QUALITY-TESTED 

QUALITY-PROVED 


hare to six persons attending 
a meeting of the Victoria 
branch of the Columbia River 
for Canada Committee. 

He aald ha spoke In Ottawa] 
on behalf of the Mine. Min 
and Smelterworkers 1 


Only 16% Down 
Easy Payments 
Your Own leech 
WATERFRONT MJTB 

BtaiHfal Fuiir Man 4 

ilHi rtei r-e ante 
AH (Ml Iml 
lots aaa ■sixmo vast 

■m Oar laparUr Cshr n<M 
Thar* an M (nit, ■»**' 

U a-ak lat. N»> le Tl 


ami Lloyd Deeta. both 18. 
Whipping was upheld, turn- 


WINNIPEG - Henry WaMee 
eatohraiad his 107th birthday 


Union, 

and noted an increased resist¬ 
ance among members of the 
external affairs committee fa! 
terms of ths Csnadtan-UJL 
power treaty. 

Mr. Yorke said he inter¬ 
preted in particular the insist¬ 
ence of Conservative MP Law¬ 
rence Kindt that all evidence 
available be brought forward 
at the committee hearings as 
an indication the Tories may- 
vote against the treaty in its 
pr e s ent form. 


hers Satuiday. Born to Grave* 
and. England, ha came to Can¬ 
ada to 1877. ser v e d as a Scout 
tor the Northwe s t Mounted Po¬ 
lk*. later worked in almost 
torery Canadian province and 
traveDad throughout the world 
as a sailor. 


VANCOUVER — Vancouver 
union official Ms Hayward, 
who rep res en ted the Columbia 
River for Canada Committee 
In presenting a brief at Ot¬ 
tawa. says he was "treated 
like dirt” by the Commons ex¬ 
ternal aftoiia rmnwnMtae. and 


* * * connection with the ttwft off! 

*1.00 from BMweg MaCrma. 
TORONTO — A newspaper n a ’i 

here says the medical staff of 

Palmerston, Out., General Hue- * * 

pit si has approved a racommen- SEATTLE — Jimr* a. Mot. 
dation that Dr. Robert R. “ who shot and killed two, 
Graham, blamed for leaving a neighbors at a Christmas week 
clamp in a patient's abdominal P ar *y. was sentenced to concur- 
cavity, be refuted use at the sentences, making his 

’* “* “ “ years 


MEDICINE HAT — Three 
weary paddlera puled ashore 
on the South Sa s k at chew a n 
River here to complete the| 
first stage of a 4.000-mile, 30- 1 
week canoe trip to New Or-, 
leans. 

Joe CleniaiaU, 28. 


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INTERIOR FINISH — Fast - drying, 
•sally applied, exceptionally wash¬ 
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RAPCO SEMI-GLOSS LATEX IN¬ 
TERIOR FINISH-Excefient for 
walls or woodwork. Colors match 
those In the Velvet Flat Latex. 
RAPCO LATEX EXTERIOR FAINT 
—For all wood, brick and masonry 
surfaces. Extremely durable, blister 
and mildew resistant. 

RAPCO LATEX PORCH AND PA¬ 
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terior steps, patios and basement 
floors. Tough, durable, highly abra¬ 
sion and wear resistant. 

RAPCO ONE COAT FLAT INTER¬ 
IOR FINISH—For walls and ceil¬ 
ings. One coat coven! No objection¬ 
able paint odor! Fast drying! 
RAPCO HIGH GLOW INTERIOR 
ENAMEL—Sparkling durability for 
kitchens and bathrooms. Flows on 
easily, may ha washed repeatedly. 


M PER CENT LIVING 
Ninety per rent of all the 
scientists who ever lived in his¬ 
tory are living today. 


With Colon Styled by 
Fiber B t rw f itenm tt e i ly 
Famous Color ConsuMaat 

Why has Clark A Pattlson chosen to 
sell RAPCO PAINTS? 

Simply this ... we want to give our 
customers satisfaction . . . and with 
RAPCO PAINTS you get It! Every 
tin of RAPCO PAINT is tested 10 
different ways to enauiH las tin g color 
and character in every brushful. 
BAPCO PAINTS spread smoother, 
stay cleaner longer and resist weather 
better! Indoors or out . . . there's a 
BAPCO PAINT to give you lasting 
satisfaction. See us now . . . we’ll 
estimate your need and help you with 
your paint Jobs ... big or little! 

See Us for All Your 
Painting Needs! 


MU Cor- 
rlgal and Jim Bradford, .both 
34. all had left Calgary almost 
a week ago. 


Dealga Draughtsman 
Mechanical 
M Yean Old 

Witt 18 Taan Experience 


hospital's operating thaatraa. 


POUGHKEEPSIE, NY. — 

Mias Sarah Gtoos Rlanrttog. 

retiring after 18 yean aa preai¬ 
dant of Vaaasr College, has re- 


I keep my cabin-trailer 


permanently fur ni s h e d dur 
ing the summertime. What 
protection do I have under 
my Householder*’ Contents 
Policy against theft. 


{ceived her going-away present 
from the faculty—a trctor, 
I to save 1350 a year by doing 
jher own plowing and mowing 
at her nine-acre home. 


#Re It you carry an exten¬ 
sion for "Theft Away From 
the Premise*", your prop¬ 
erty in the trailer is covered, 
up to a stated amount, 
against burglary evidenced 
by sign* of fordWe entry of 
inched doors or windows 
The modem Homeowners' 
Policy Includes such cover¬ 
age automatically. 

Aak Rithets to check your 
policy. 


VANCOUVER — Le.iard 
Dtaher, 15, drowned ia English 
Bay near Stanley Park while 
taking his daily swim, to almost 
the same place aa 71-year-old 
actor David Proby drowned 
Thursday. 


EDINBURGH—The Rev. Dr. on a French lily from which 10 
Dancaa Fraaer. the new tnoder- blue sparks, ropersenting Can- 
a tor of the General Assembly of ada'a 10 pmvtocae, radiate. The| 
the Church of Scotland, says he blue aparks are intertwined with 
will apend September touring red streamers. 

Canada. - ■ — 

VANCOUVER — Construction Arthur Harris 
foreman Robert R easo n. 33, was |\* l . - - 
electrocuted during construction Ilf &> 

of a retaining wall on the Fra- Former Victoria resident Ar- 


ATLANnCOTY, NJ.-Psral. 

fcat Jehssen had a busy day 1 

yesterday, including a speech 
to a clothing workers’ union at 
the New York World Fair, dedi¬ 
cation of a civil and educational 
centre in Nassau County near 
New York, and a fund-raising 
Democratic Party dinner here. 


584-5421 


la ink *a 


Newspaper Advertising Stimulates Buying 


OTTAWA 


WINNIPEG—Gall Brawarigg, 
21. and Ann Leris, 22, both from 
Surrey, England, have left here 
on a 1,500-mile horseback ride 
with Vancouver their destina¬ 
tion. Aiming at 40 miles each 
day. they hope to rid* to the 


Added At 


WANTED — A JOB WITHOUT A FUTURE 

Dependable executive, married with a family, age 
41, wants Interesting work for summef\ Able to 
organize, handle suit, do books, etc. -#fpe of work 
not important, but MUST be Interesting. 

VICTORIA PRESS. ROX 5M 


CLARK 


CONGRATULATIONS 


CLARK & PATTISON 


PAINT STORES LTD. 
670 PRINCESS AVENUE 

On the Completion of Their 
Smart N r* Premises 


PATTISON 


A QUICK DECISION 
ON YOUR MORTGAGE 


When you discuss your mortgage 
plans with K A S you are dealing 
with an Institutional Lender. Aa 
such this office maintains facilities 
enabling us to service any enquiry 
:>n any day the office is open . . . 
with consequently quick decisions 
on loan applications. 


Contact 
Mr. Pope, 

Mortgage 

Manager. 


A SMART, MODERN 
PAINT STORE 


Now , In our new premises, our service to Victoria is increased. 
In addition to our Paint Contracting Division and our Scaffold 
Rental Division, we have added a retail store. Here you will find 
complete stocks of two famous lines, BAPCO and General Paint 
Our equipment includes color machines and codes to handle any 
required color. 


GENERAL 


COUP. OF CANADA LTD. 


LIMITED 


385-3411 


SM BROUGHTON STREET 


SACRIFICE SALE 


SERVICE TAILORED 
TO YOUR NEEDS 


REVENUE — WATERFRONT 

or Jut a Kaperb Roane! 

Beautifully located and nicely equipped property, 24 
miles from Victoria; recently advertised at 8M.0M is 
now sharply reduced. Owner muat go abroad soon, to 
be away for years. 

You take immediate poaseaalon of 11 room lodge with 
all contents, and your choice of two bargains If you can 
act quickly ... It should sell fast at this price. 

1. The total holding of 5.25 acres and 800 ft. water¬ 
front is going now for ISMOfl or near offer. 
There is a small mortgage available with this 
deal. 

& Or for KB.M* raali you can take clear title to 
Lxxlge, all furnishings and 2 beautiful acres with 
250' of seafront. And you attll have plenty of 
room for expansion. 

Sheltered WATERLEASE goes with either, and a 
MARINA ia needed here. 

Phone Owner Sooke 472-5961 anytime Sunday through 
Thursday or evenings only Mon., Tue*., Wed. 


Employment Opportunities 

B.C. CIVIL SERVICE 


Perhaps the work you plan entails technical difficulties and high 
surfaces. Our Contracting Division will handle that part of the 
work and our Rental Division will supply the equipment, spray- 
guns, brushes, sheets, rollers and scaffolding, enabling you to 
complete the job yourself at a real saving. Talk over your project 
and receive the advice of interested experts ... A phone call 
will bring a qualified estimator to your home, ready to give you 
a firm price on materials, labor and equipment for the work 
you plan. 


Apprahrr 1 or Awwir Train**: For the Real Property 

Taxation Branch. Department of Finance. Cranbrook 
and Peace River District with headquarters at Police 
Coupe. SALARY: Starting salary $330 to $392 i>er 
month, depending on qualification* and experience, plus 
$20 per month Special Living Allowance lor position 
at Pouce Coupe. This position afters a splendid oppor¬ 
tunity for a young man Interested in the field of 
property assessment and valuation. Initial appointments 
will be at the above locations, but the successful appli¬ 
cant* should he prepared to tTavel extensively and In 
the future to serve in centie# throughout B.C. as re¬ 
quired. Candidates must have at least High School 
graduation and a number of years’ experience in prac¬ 
tical farming, real estate, property valuation or allied 
field. UNIVERSITY GRADUATES MAY QUALIFY 
FOR IMMEDIATE APPOINTMENT AS APPRAISER 1 
AT $.792 PER MONTH. 

C'ompeliUna No. 64:256—Cranbrook 

Competition No. 64:257— P eace Coape 

Mnrlal Work ftepervbtors: For ihe Department of Social 

Welfare, located at Alberni, Chilliwack, Cranbrook and 

Nanaimo. 

SALARY: 5495 ■ $605 per month. Duties Include super¬ 
vision and direction of Social Workers covering general¬ 
ized caseloads. Candidates must have a Masters of 
Social Work or Bachelor of Social Work degree, or 
Diplonv In Social Work; several years' experience and 
a demonstrated or potential ability to supervise staff 
effectively. 

When applying, please indicate any preference of lo¬ 
cation. 

Competition No.JH:338. 

Land InspeetiirT W 2: For the Lands Seivice. Smith- 
era and Prince George. 

SALARY: $107 $495, or $538 -$665 per month, depend¬ 
ing on qualifications and experience, plus $10 per month 
Special Living Allowance at each location. Duties in¬ 
clude examining, classltylng and valuatlng land; inter¬ 
preting air photos: valuatlng improvement and estimat¬ 
ing cost of clearing, breaking and improving land: 
assisting pro4>«divc settler* and related work. Appli¬ 
cants mustJ»aye university graduation in Agriculture, 
Foresty, Economics or Commerce; a general knowledge 
of agriculture, forestry, land use or land appraisal. 
Competition No. 64:282—Smithers 
Competition No. 64:26*—Prince George 

Applicant, for Ih* aboae poMtlaea muat b* Canadian cltlicni or 
BrtliaM aub/ecU. Tot application forms apply DiMEDIATi.LV to tha 
BC. Cl Til Scrota Oonmiartm. P44 Ulchlpan Kraat VICTORIA, com- 
platad forma to b« return'd t*OT LATER THA* May 10 1*44. 


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decora 

PAINT 

fUT UUX 


Our new building, two 
doors from our old location, 
houses all our divisions, just 
up from Douglas St. . . . 
four short blocks from The 
Bay. 


4 BompWp lift, , f 

BAPCO 

paints 


Our experienced secretaries will an- a 
swer your phone and take your mo- J™ 
sages as you direct. They will act B 
as though they were employed In m 
your office. 

PHONE US FOR DETAILS—AND j 
BEST ASSUMED 


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(ienlurv-Old Residence 


Michigan Street Landmark 


Two-Foot Fieldstone Walls Brace Trounce House 



SWIMMING POOLS 


®wn food 


436 Michigan and la known now 
as Trounce House. 


12 &U 8 (ColonW Victoria, B.C, Sua^ May It, ,ItS 4 


The Trounces were renowned 
for their beautiful garden and 
still, even this Sunday In May. 
1*64. the old house it surrounded 
by a lovely spring show of flow 
era. Mrs. R. E. Wright, the 
praaent owner, is a keen gard¬ 
ener. 

The house, designed and built 
by Trounce, naturally, is con¬ 
structed of uncoursed fieldstone 
rubble of which only the west 
wall can be seen as it looked 
originally. The walls are two 
feet thick. Stucco covers the 
Michigan Street front entirely 
and moot of the three remaining 
walls. 


WINDPROOF ASPHALT SHINGLES 


Tka lalUMa raallag |n4ul Hal mil* Ml tka *M 
Ki.la.l.. CelUM SapUaalara. tSMa'a OHal-bSHliM kahn 
sa aaafe pamaalif laa p aa k aS IW gaagaa l a aj ky Oh Taylar. 

VICTORIA R00FIR8 
A IRSULATIOI COMPART LTD. 

bvidraaiki • P ewa FI pea • I—latioe 
Wall Tile • Hiding • Terms 

PHONE EV 2-2131 

PboBw Gar Taylor Direct . . . Vow Save 
•17 FORT STREET NIGHTS EV 4-4848 


The property at first was 
bounded by Michigan, Menziea 
and Superior. What la now the 
back at the house, facing north, 
was the entrance and here la 
edit to be found the ornate ver¬ 
anda with French windows op¬ 
ening onto it In Trounce'i day. 
full-length louvred shutters 
framed each pair of windows: 
years later Mrs. Wright un¬ 
covered them at the bottom at 
the compost Another interest¬ 
ing "And” while gardening, was 
a copper name-plate edged with 
a flat brass chain frame. 


Saiair 6stt«c«s — Cabins 


“Looking for an easier way 
to a better lawn ? 


• If rv»l niMMki.fpais 

wm Hk HTBEKT. KIDNEY 


Renowned for Beautiful Garden 


The alley bearing his name 
remains to mark the controversy 
he had with the government. It 
was the intention of the govern¬ 
ment that View Street run 


addition which does not have the Government was closed off and 
grace or finish of the older part .old. Trounce, in his aimoy- 
of the house. snee with all officialdom, made 

* * * an alley through Ms property to 

Only two of the wooden fire- facilitate traffic, closing it to 
places remain In what was the the public one day a year to 
master bed r oom and the draw- prove private ownership, 
lag room — well proportioned * * * 

with English wrought Iron The name Trounce even today 
grates In the shape of a flowery ^ somewhat at variance with 
horseshoe. When Trounce lived, «*» government. The house is 
the kitchens, pantries and laun- within the Provincial Precinct 
dry. d&l were lh the basement. ,nd * problem to the own- 
The»e rooms were at growid * r because the government still 
level and while not 11 feet high has not designated what It bi¬ 
as are the apartments upstairs, lends to do with the properties 
are still spacious and airy. The within these limits. Because of 
garden door, now fixed, is dir- its historic ties with early Vlc- 
ectly below the old front door, toris. Trounce House promises 
and the vari-colored mosaic to sit In its garden tor some time 


AMES PAINT 


TNIRKIIR OF RUIUMRR A FOOL? 

CONTACT W. R. MENZIE 8 

VICTORIA’S SWIMNIR8 FOOL EXPERTS 

Agents far JACUZZI Equipment and Mnpplles 

Phone Today for Free Estimate 

W. R. MENZIES & CO. LTD, 

•11 PORT Wnro ISM EV 8-1111! 


I’ve found it.” 

says John Bradshaw, gardening authority 


tile man — an architect and 

builder wherever he went, he SANTO DOMINGO (API — 
achieved his greatest success'A strike which had paralyzed 
and fortune In Victoria. He and the Dominican Republic's 
Ms tiro wives were pioneers of 1 transportation system for six 
the Methodist Church In British (toy* ended Friday. The rating 
Columbia. A Mason here for 30 Junta had threatened Thurs- 
years. Trounce reached t h e, day to arrest any transit work- 
highest position in the order,er who was not back on the 
when he became Grand Master job this morning, 
in 1885. The association of independ- 

* * * jent chauffeurs had demanded 

He served the city as an alder- the government end wtiat It 
man under Mayor Drummond called “the persecution and 
and Mayor Drake from 1*75 to jailing of our len d ers and 
1*77. workers" 

The old-fashioned greenhouse SSBBKShbmB 
in the garden today, was one of Mfl||f)Mf 
the lint in the city, and in it .T.”” "V ' , 

Trounce raised fine specimens fESlmr ■inllsn. WDW " 

some of which he sold at auc- yeti a w 

lion. Aside from his interest in 
flori-culturr and r .1 e-lale in I ^ T 
Vicious, he i* known to have HipSf* f f* | gf 


“One application of Greenfiaid Controlled Release lawn Fend gets 
jot* pass ofl to an earlier, healthier start than it post lilt with 
ordinary fsrtiluers. in fact you can see the difference in 7 days. 

“How is this tutor? Because it eliminates a lot of problems later en. 
A thick early carpet of grass tends to smother any weeds that might 
be thinking of growing there And continued steady growth keeps the 
weeds at bay all season. Greenfield promotes that steady growth by 
relaasing just the right amount of nitrogan daily. You sea, GraanRald 
puts the nitrogen into tiny “time pills'* so that it is fed to the gnu 
as naedad ovar a two month period You can relai white science does 
its work. 


EATONS 


“Yet Greenfield Controlled Release lawn Food costs no more. 


All you need is water and KILLEX by 
GREEN CROSS. 

Mu. Then use a can or a sprayer. 

KILLEX eliminate* bard-lo-ltill weeds 
including Dandelions, Plantains, Chick weed. 
Clover. Bedstraw, Black Medick, Heal-all, 
Ground Ivy, Knotweed, Ragweed and 
Shepherd’s Purse. 


Gat Greenfield products at your hardware or gardening supply dealer. 
They re designed to let you care lor your lawn and garden “tht 
laiisi way.* M ~~ 


Hit-Run Driver 
Spills Cyclist 


A 14-year-old boy was treated 
at St. Joseph's Hospital and dis¬ 
charged Friday after he was 
knocked from hi* bicycle by a 
car which sped away. 

Victoria police said the car 
was reported {Milling away from 
a curb on Menziea near Su¬ 
perior when it struck Stanley 
Mobey of 55 Oswego, about 
6:30 a.m. 


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for Superior Lawns 


AS 


OR USE THIS 
HANDY 

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j Italy Colimtat Victoria, i-C, 3m., Ifaf It, 1»M J J 


Questions, Answer* 


Highicay to Breach 
2,000- y ear-Old Wall 


Dandelions? 


('HE8TU. Eagload (IT! — Ttoi eight foot thick 
Samoa wall ■orrngoiMog C Vrtw la to tot fc w wtoi hi 
IU mrthWKl lector to permit > new highway to he 
hull! tola I he ton. ('healer li I ha hurt E*(Nl Inai 
to paai f a rumplete laaai nail. 


My CA»IJW TAVLOK 

Q. I would appractote any 
advioa you con five me on ex¬ 
terior DrWmi for a JO-yeor-oM 
stucco house. The point la peei- 
1 Ing badly bom a point Job four 
yews ago. The paint looki ' 
good for only a year, even 
though an expensive point was 
used. I would also like inform 
atlon on two products that are 
supposed to be waterproof.! 
which are put on under pres ) 
sure. • 

A. Probably the reaion 
your last paint Job wn not 
satisfactory was because the 
surface was not properly pre¬ 
pared before applying the 
paint. A stucco wall 30 years' 
old should be hand-blasted 
before covering with new 
point. If this is done, there 
should be no dlffiuity in get¬ 
ting a good paint Job that will 
last. But be sure to use s 
good masonry point and fol¬ 
low the instructions care¬ 
fully. We cannot recommend 
specific brand-name products 
and we do not have enough 
information about the prod¬ 
ucts you mentioned to offer 
any pertinent advice. 

* * * 

M tVe had red brick vineer 
put on the front of our stucco 
house about four months ag<o. 
A white powder is seeping 
through toe bride. la tola had. 
or normal? The house la aid 
and we hope the brick MU out 
down (he pointing. 

Would you my the upkeep 


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Tbit’s tight. U stweea boot and Monday, your 
lawn weeds ean be killed. Without hard work. 
Wit beet eeen bending am. The animals- weaker 

to OBTHO WOD B OON. 

This barmens sanpnund fernes weeds te grow. 
Within 4B bean, weeds actually grow them salves 
(• death, nets and all. . . without affecting your 
gw ii WP-g-OQH gets rtd a< da n dc l ic u . ehtok 
wsad. thistle, phatsis, dash. Been 
i—i woody plants like pstosn oak. paieen 

■ ivy, ■■mss and hromhtos an Seay te 
I kill. 

Used as dlroetad, it’a sals and as easy 
Hto S-Sm j as seats ring. 1 neaps naive, tee. Tor 
(l.TI, you oaa trent a full i.Mb aousre 
^ J feat ef lawn. 


Modern Irony 


Multiply 


Tribes Obsessed 
With Greatness 
Universal Folly 


„ By ERNEST MARSHALL HOW8E jm 

'■ The supersonic planes which lems facing the world In u_‘ 
have already been designed which our mechanical inven- w 
_ to moke our pr es ent Jets ob- tlons separate us by only 
solete are running. I read re- minutes in physical distance. 
cently. into a minor difficulty, but by centuries in menial , h . 

'They will travel so fast that habit, 
there will not be time tot the 
traveller from Tbronto, or New >re . 

A York, to eat his lunch before Hcce , 

ir h * tands « Brit " n diminishes. . . __ 

■y The computers, which have neighborhood l rapidly broom- brush. A tionsporem nwsonry 
rn cal ads ted to the nearest .sec-ing s crowded neighborhood» water proof irg solution can be 

ifi s cup of ooflee. have proved,most of them 
that from the time the irons- 
m atlantic planes get Into the cestry 
sir until they begin again to Ironically 
descend it will not be possible which has | 


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calculated to the nearest sec- ing _ _ _ ___ 

<**1 how long it takes to drink while mentally and spiritual!) used to prevent future effloree 

_ _ > living in the cenoe. 

tribalism of their primitive an- About your other questions. 

I would say maintenance of a 
Ironically our generation, bride wall is much lees expen¬ 
sive. once the initial cost is 
paid. And as for placing the 
brick veneer over a stucco 
wall, you should have no 
ttouble if the proper adhesives 
and mortars ore used. 


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The provincial cabinet has in¬ 
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Board chairman £. C. Carr to 
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tmerd member John Honeyman 
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any with the Ormans as the 
Heirenvolk. the Master Race. Kabluiut. w 
and the lesser races as the barton, 
slaves. Whether 

But the Nazis were only ex- or **\ tont ? 
hibiting in another form one at 
the most pemu-ious concrpU c * ,,e °* 
which has dogged the story of l, VTl . 
man. the concept of the Oman ' er *“‘ 
People: the people with tfiectol The lr, uri 
gifts. KpeetaJ tasks. s|>ecial 11 *'■» n “iy 
[date, the people by their reia- 'he word 
non to whom the destiny of all toir * d - we 
others must be determined. 

Let no one ihink that this has 
been the folly of one people. It 
has been a universal Mt> Be 
lure the name of Hitler was 
known Fichte told the Germans: 

"Among all peoples it is ><u at 
whom the germ of perfecting 
humanity most decidedly lies. 

If you pensh. all hope of the 
entire human race perishes with 
you.” 

The Japanese, so far as they 
held to the Shinto religion, had 
a perfect counterpart to the 
philosophy of the Nazis. 

It would not be difficult to col¬ 
lect’ a cosmopolitan array of 
stmiliar sentiments. And the ar¬ 
rogance of the German or the 
Jaismese. the Englishman, the 
American or the Jew can be 
matched by their most despised 
brethren 


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14 Salta (Solonlat Viclwl*, it, Sh., May II, 19M 


10 Pretty Girls Heads 


Answer Due Soon to Big Questions Hhnging over 


Snakes for Sneak 


Nwdi reported the theft from the railway 
d ■ (dtcaac coatatalng •* »nakc*. II of 
m. The Ihjear-old oarer of Ihe aulti-aa* 
ml ■mke-rotchee. 


A tag question mark which 
bang* over the head* of three 
If* pretty girla will be an 
swered this week at the Jay- 
tees' artQiial May Fair. 

They are the finalUrts who 
wiH go before the judges each 
night and from whom Mias 
Victoria will be chowen. 

TWO IAC1 NIGHT 

Each night at 8 pm in the 
Memorial Arena, two of the 
girla will parade on atage to 
drmonelrate their particular 
talents— dancing, singing, art, 
fashion, gymnastics. 

The panel of five judges 
will watch from a special ob¬ 
servation booth in front of the 
stage. 

( (•OMEN 8ATUHDAY 

Names of the winner and her 
two princesses will be an¬ 
nounced at 8 30 p m Saturday 
ai the cMmax of the fair. 

Mias Victoria whoever ahe 
Is will be crowned by Mayor 
R. B. Wilson at 2:30 pm. Sun 
day. on the steps of the Legis¬ 
lative Buildings. 

Final tats are: Mvrna Bo- 
broske. 20. 1068 CoMHe; Linda 
Gower. 19. 1765 Cedar HiU 
Crossroad; Sandy Johl. 20, 2311 
Blanshard; Wendy Heitert. 21. 
7057 Brentwood Drive; Sharon 
Fowler. 20. 220 Kamloops. 

Abo, Diane Muriel Martin. 
19. 949 Amphion; Jane Bwer-' 
ing. 18, 3000 Beach Drive; 
Tisha Richard. 22. 6628 West 
Saanich; Iwtta Paulson. 18. 886 
Verdier. and- Barbara Middle- 
ton. T9. 1092 Newport. 


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property before 1860 by Alexander Grant Dallas, 
for whom Dallas Road is named. Broun Bros. 
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Pioneer’s 
Son Dies 


:ington\ 


One of Victoria's oldest living 
Henry Revnon Young, died 


sons, 

Inst week in California He was 


Sharon 


.Hyrna 


Sandy 


Mr. Young was born here la 
1866. the son of pioneer buainew- 
man Henry Young, who operated J 
The White House on Govern¬ 
ment Street until it was destroy¬ 
ed in the big fire at 1910. 

Henry Beynnn Young left Vic¬ 
toria that year and moved to 
j California, where he was in the 
i real estate business until hi* re- 
i tirement 20 >ear> ago. 

Mr. Young, who was prede¬ 
ceased by his wife. Stella, two 
years ago. is survived by one 
son. Henry Alfred, and three 
daughters. Mrs. A. Y. Velles. 


PTA Activities 


Elections Set 
By Two Group 


COOK ST. AT BURDETT AVE 


Horner'* 11-piece 


Tun PTA s wiU elect officers by Miss K. 
at their forthcoming -meeimgs on hestra and ihe Grade 6 choir, 
this week * * * 

Ccrinr Hill PTA will meet Doncaster PTA will hold ils 
Monday at 8 p m in the school annual meeting at ft p.m.. Wed- 
to arlet t new officers. nesday in the school where 

Tuesday at ft p.m. Quadra D Rci,ch "*' he 
PTA will name officers at IIS wlH . f 

mMme m Itw s, h <* lhe Cwift of the Island. 


Burnside PTA will feature an 
ufien discussion. Candid Com¬ 
ments. at its meeting ai 8 p.m., 
Monday. 


Fiat Caaitraallaa Ltd. 

on the ( nmplHin* of 

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ASPHALT PAVING 


umu ill i yuo Last general meeting of ihe 
■ year will be held by the North 

OTTAWA iCP» - Canadian Ward and f^iadra Primary Aux- 
ettuen certificates Mere grant- iliary in the school auditorium 
ed to 69.168 persons last year at 8 p.Ai., Tuesday, when Miss 
compared with 72.082 in 1962. Shirley McAree-JKill stage an 
the bureau of statistics has re- exhibition of flower arranging, 
ported * * * 

That brought to *>4-1989 the James McVie. photographer, 
number n f per-ona who will speak on f>hotngra|)hy at 
changed their allegiance lo the meeting at the John Siubhs 
Canada from othei countries PTA at 8 p.m . Tuesday. He 
during the 19NI63 decade In will illustrate his talk with pic- 
thosc If) years. 1.296.510 per lures, 
sons immigrated to Canada * * * 

Of the new citizenship certi- AV. A. Rynuhutk. district 
fieates last year 16 per cent CNIB represeni alive will «|ieak 
went to former citizens of on Crossed Exes in Children ai 
Commonwealth countries. 15 ihe last general meeting of the 
per cent to former Italian ol Craig flower PTA at 8 p.m.. 
izerts. 15 per cent to former Tuesday. Don Smith, principal 
Orman citizens and six per of Esquimau Junior High School 
cent to former Netherlands will address the mecltng on 
citizens. Grade 8 programming. 


Tea Planned 

Members of the Esquimau 
Golden Age Club will hold a 
Mother * Day tea in the Jubilee 
Hall. Fraser Street. Wednesday 
from 2 to 4 p.m. 


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By Walt Ditxen 


Bfltlg QuUmlX Victoria, 1C, S-, May It, 1M4 X5 


FAN FARE 


Filly from Spokane 
Brighouse Winner 


Tenpin Doubles 


WINNIPEG (CPt - Red Glu- 
arr end Joe Moot of Regina cap¬ 
tured the Canadian 10-pto bowl- 
Ing douhie* championship Sat¬ 
urday night with a sweep of 
i heir final four games against 
Quebec. 

The Regina team completed 
the round-rafafe tournament with 
34 out of a possible 30 points. 


fUly. went wire-4o-wire in 
1:12 1-5 Saturday to win the aw> » 
featured $2,500 Brighou«r Han 
dii-mp at Exhibition'-Park. 

Sttlh Ran 

Stardust Melody, owned by (tun*.** »: 
Mrs, Maryheile Sullivan of r ,. 

Spokane. Wash., seemed to en £*»■;; 

Joy the sloppy track aondi- ai». ru 
tions. Bettors oolleated $8. S3.H0 '*•*' • 

■nd 1230 Jet Journey paid $3 
and $210, and Junior Balladler I 
$220. **- 
A crowd of 8.159 wagered ^ 
$207,000 on the eight races. 

■bout $7,000 mote than thel , »* r » ■■■*■ 
■nt day laal sc — o n deapite - r* aw 
a smaller crowd. inli «£■££! 

Rain wo* blamed tor a drop <•*■ i wt-V * i 
In attesttonce of about 1.300. 

fVW Ran — Bt M Ihrrr j w (to i jJ^yJ 

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M.Ovbunt (Ptarm RSCSSS - m 

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Calf ktoM I An—dll to to IB to *«VW. vT, 
£«■» Dm,™ UStri « to « U. rn— TV, 

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Marlboros Take Cup 
In Minimum Games 


TORONTO <CP> — Toronto The triumph. Marlboros' first 
Marlboros whipped Edmonton Memorial Cup since 1166. gave 

°“ them the best -of-™ series in 

win the Memorial Cup. amble- 

malic of jiaiior "A” hockey sa- * ara “- 

Seven players shared in the 
soaring lor Toronko—Peter Stem 
kawski, Grant Moore, Rod Sell¬ 
ing. Mike Walton. Andre Cham¬ 
pagne. Gary Dlneen and Nick 
Hartianik. 

Max Msstiraek. a standout lor 
Edmonton on a 11 k with Butch 
Paul and Oien Sather, fired bothi 
Edmonton markers. 

The Kings put up a -ood fight 


U.K. Yachts 
Start Trials 


F Moriay, Tieriiy 

Wednesday 
Budget Beaters 

Fresh Grain Fed 


Saturday started their first the first two periods and going 
trials to decide which one of , into the third looked like they 

might hive a chsnce to pull It 
out. However, the Marlboros 
put on the pressure, fired lour 


m them will compete in die Ameri- 
X» ca's Cup contest next fall. 

«s The winner will be the Royal j^”uriVw^ rii o^er 
m Thames Yach Club's rspresenta- The gam * was rough at 
five in the 19th attempt to wre st and an more than one oc 
g the trophy from the New Yost threatmed to break out 
g Y.cht Oub to a contort which of rtiek-rtringtog due 
J2 Americans have never lost in lll(t 

g 1 113 yenw of competition. **hs—, s—a _ 

[]» The two yachts on which Brit- ^ lWmlm 

j ish hopes rest are the new Kur- 

rrwa V and the Iwo-yraroU k*5ir totos .*«■. 
Sovereign. .. 


Tennis Ace 
Back Soon 


Government Inspected 
Choose Your Favorite Cut 


Nine-year-old Norm Baker 
Scored rune goals for Saanich 
yesterday, but his club lost. 
19-13. to Victoria in the i*e wee 
division of the city minor la¬ 
crosse association. 

Victoria edged Saanich.. 11-10, 
to the bantam clan. 

This week i schedule: 

MlMStT 

I S rmd#»l* I S Htlior Shummrlu. 

VI MOU 

130 WI. S as. ju*rtul* A". 

tUMMIt 

1:13 midsiii: • to. irtiicr Stewrarto 

rat bon 

S:SI. yoiDili 

rsiair 

suiiniv 


a mild heart attack Thursday, 
will be able to continue tennis 
after a few days rest, doctors 
said. 

Pietrmngeh was stricken as 
he played under the blazing sun 
at the Rome tourney. 


Golden 

Gate 


Pork Loin Chops 

Centre Cots 

Pork Spareribs 


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I THK ITOriAN I »I«T OOOTM 00. 13 


CALGARY <cpi — Mike 
Davis, a six-foot. 192-poufri half¬ 
back from Utah has been signed 
by Calgary stampedera of the 
Western Football League the 
club said Saturday. Davi* play, 
ed both defence and offence to 
the Skyline Conference. 


Country Style, Rib Ends 


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WHI Kbdbb Fashion 
Show Coordinator 


of London 

designed 

this 

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jumper 
In bronze 
and white 
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By JIM TANG 

A pair of husband-wife combinations battled it out last night at Gibsons 
Jowladrome for the top prize in The Daily Colonist s first annual Vancouver Island 
Ffvepin Bonspiel in a Anal which was undecided until the last frame of the 
three-game match. 

When it *u over. Bud and , 

Donna Hrmk end Marvin Wfl , 

Shirley Mnure. who hn.l entered ( 

M the Duns, had won the Ctot- , 
onist Trophy end the S100 each 
which was the barapiet'a top 
prize. 

Narrowly beaten in the final, 
were the Chenaimoa. a Nanaimo- 
Chemainua combination of Na¬ 
naimo’s Wilf and Dolly Gregory 
and Chemainus' Bob and Lillian 
Karr. 

HTA1ED HOT 

A high handicap <424* team 
which started strongly and stay¬ 
ed hot throughout the bonspiel. 
the Dams weren’t to be denied 
although their team total of 
2.736 was their lowest total for 
their six matches. 

They went into the final sport¬ 
ing a handicap bulge of 118 
|ioinU. and lost almost all of it 
In the first game when they were 
beaten. 826-731. They lost the 
second game by one point and 
were only 22 i»inu ahead starl¬ 
ing the third game. 

TIMELY SHOT 
With five frames kb they still 
lield a 17-point edge and the dif¬ 
ference at the finish was to be 
the three-timer Donna Brock 
tossed in Ju*t when the going 
was getting stkky. 

When anchor-man Bud Brock 
rame up for his last frame, he 
knew his team had It won by 
five points but struck out to fin-i 
ish with a flourish for a 50-pnint 
win. 

FITTING FINISH 

It was a fitting finish 
Brock, a 231-average bowler. 
hU peak form in bonspiel play 
with aeries of 789. 902. 843. 686. 

833 and 797 for a whopping 
average of 264 for his 18 
games. 

By no means did he do it all by 
himself. Wife Donna bowled 
five points over her average 
of 191, Moore beat his ITS 
average by 18 points and Mrs. 

Moore <bd the beat of all. A 
laO-avetage bmvier. ahe aver¬ 
aged 185 during the bonspiel. 

Brock and Mrs. Moore rolled 
over their average in every 
one of their 18 games, Mrs. 

Brock and Moore in 16 of 18 
games. 

SEMI-FINALS 

Dams tossed a 3.018 match 
at Automotive Sales in the 
semi-finals while Chenaimc* 
were even better in reaching 
the final, ousting Robinson 
Rollers of Nanaimo, 3,096 to 
2.851. after starting the last 
game onh 75 points ahead. 

Cheoaimos won $50 each 
while the defeated semi-final¬ 
ists got $25 cheques as balm 
Another long-shot mixed com¬ 
bination. the NSFs, took the 
second event, winning Gib- 


Northwestern Creamery, by beating Shamrocks, 2.730- 
whlch rolled to four straight 2.573 Shamrock* defeated Kill- 
wins in imimsive fashion after er* in the semi-finals while 
losing their second match, won I Northwestern* bowled steadily 
Gar’s Trophies event handily j to oust Duncan Bowling Centre. 


Fivepin Champs Earned Their Prize 

Bud Brock, captain of the Dams, receives the Colonist Trophy Fivepin Bonspiel at Gibson’s Bowiadrome last night. Other team 
from R. J. Bower, editor-in-chief of The Daily Colonist, after his members, from left to right, are Donna Brock. Shirle/Moore and 
team had won top event in the Colonist’s first Vancouver Island Dave Moore.— (Jim Ryanl _ 


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ordered Saturday after a thun¬ 
derstorm washed out Friday s 
round. 

Former L’. S. 0|>en Champion 
Gene Littler closed with a *18 
after a 71 in the morning His 
210 total was just one stroke 
away from the leaders. 

Gary Player, the South Afri¬ 
can who held the lead after 18 
hole*, lost his touch in the after¬ 
noon and stumbled to a 74. It 
left him trailing by four strokes 
at 213. 

Near the traders were Art 
Wall Jr. and George Knudson 
at 214. One stroke back were 


Laughed Their Way to Trophy 

A team that entered bonspiel “just for laughs.” Trophy and second bonspiel event. From left to 
NSFs had plenty of reason to smile last night after right are Bill Crowther, Jackie Crowther. Alf Hunt 
they upset all calculations by winning Gibson's and Marg Lozowchuk.—(Jim Ryan) 


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Doiinhill Run After One Loss 

Second-round defeat by Chenaimos may have been Trophy event with four straight wins. Fr 
al! that stopped Northwestern Creamery quartet right: George Smith, Al Majorki, Gordie 
from carting off top bonspiel honors. After defeat, and Harold Gent.—(Jim Ryan) 
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Columbus 

Finalists 


S 0 LUNAR TABLES 

WHEN TO RSH OR HUNT 


I* -m Lanes in the semi-fmate b> 39 

W III points Ml a match which down 

5 IAJLMJI >o the first bail for each an¬ 
chorman in the final frame. 

• With Wayne Hendry an a five- 
« i 44 4 m * 12 j timer. Mayfair Lanes appeared 

feST iaaV J° h * VfM l ”’ 

. m L.br A and . frame hui Hendry plucked «mil 
.u!*” **"" ,he bend]no while Alf Hunt 
n ia:44.14. Struck f«>r a ihree-limer. NSFs. 

.rail'.®?* * s * with a 169-iimnt handnap edge 
4 arn ItT iSi b un then won the final in the first 
r 5 *game by beating Giunters by 
-im. u*n 116 paint* in the first game. 

OPEN FRAMES 

numuMii • „ 

.»• :«* i m i Counters, who drew nine o|ien 
riMv. rSSu-^ in the first game, re- 

53* mij?' K * inN * 2,2 second 

iu' ™ game but NSFs answered with 

am «J m 3 ,he,r ***' S«me of the bonspiel 
mi 1.1 u :m a it* ■ as Jackie Crow ther. Bill 
a Br*r Crowlhrr. Marg Luzowrhuk and 

* Hunt all went over 2UU ftsr an 

852. At the finish NSFs had a 
104 xu as - s s 1 scratch total two points (wirhei 
it^ t than that of their opponent* 

I Liu. Rv Counters reached the imal 

wMh * H,n «"«■ Dun. an Bowling 
umr* >jrd r- 4 a"i< Centre, scored mainly because 
y«'**re. 14-11 o» B*«t«ng a big jump in the 
first game when Fred Nelson 
tossed in a 313 


Koufas went out for a pinch- Cleveland. Tony Kul>ek Joe the tying and winning runs for *, 

hitter after six infring;-. but left- Pepitone and Hector Lo|*v of the Phils alter a walk, a -angle 1 

hander Bob HendJcy kcjH tia- the Yankees also hit homers. an<t Johnny Callison s double -* 1 
I>algei>7fiont tying the score Philadelphia came up with amounted *«>** one run. ■« 

although he yiekled hoiners to , h|W mns a(lPr lwo Vemnn Law. on th.cmiclxtck „ 

Ttirmr.y Duvis nncl Frank Hou- . . 4 trail, intchrri a fiv«*-htller (tir ra 

artl " Pittsburgh as the Pirates shut , n 

Ju t •*- h. .lid Friday night Cincinnati 5-1 and stay on the Milwaukee UW1. Ken Boyer ^ 
Mickey Mantle socked a first- heels of the Giants, one game* and Dick Groat each drove in -i; 

inning homer and ihe Yankees back. two runs for St. Louis and the r- 

went on from- there against Tony Gonzalez singled home Girdinitls defeated the New * 


l»> AXSOCTATHO PRESS 

The San Francisco Giants, 
with Willie Mays doubling home 
Ihc winning run, tirat the world 
champion Lu*- Angeles Dodgers 
and star snulh|»aw Sandy K.w- 
fax J-2 Saturday and clung to 
first place in Ihe National 
League. 

New York Yankees, looking 
more like the American Laa cue 
champions these days, jail on 


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Colum¬ 
bus of-Vancouver gained a beilh 
in Ihe Pacific Coast League soc¬ 
cer final Saturday night by edg¬ 


ing Vancouver Canadians. 1-fl, in 
a semi-final match. 

Columbus now meets (he win¬ 
ner of today's other semi-final 
between Vancouver Firefighters 
and Victoria United. Final is 
scheduled for May 19. 

Inside forward Carlos Franco 
scored the game's lone goal at 
the 31-minute mark of the first 
half Canadians came rloae 
when Boh Coyle hit the crossbar 
with three minutes left in the 
game 

Columbus played,without three 
regular stairs Harold Crossmen 
awl S|eve Djorieh were off with 
injuries and Don Commuz/i was 
sitling out a one-game suspen¬ 
sion. 


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FRESNO. Calif. <CPt istered 9.1 in heals at the West Boston 
Dai el New man of Fresno ^oaxl Relay s here. 

State blazed 100 yards in 9.2 * ,1< * recotd has stood dc wiih a 

seconds .Saturday to equal the "PR** 14 9 1 clocking last year 
world record held by Vancou Florida’s Bob Hayes. This 
ver s Hartv Jerome and Cali * aa no * «P|woved as a lecorri 
forma’s Frank Budd because he -e<n on an asphalt 

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a home run display and whipped 
Cleveland- Indians. 62. tying 
them for second place, half a 
game behind Chicago White 
Sox. The Sox lost. 7-4. to Los 
Angeles Angels. 

Koufax. making his second 
start since his recent forearm uni.*. i-4*«.i * 
injury, pflched four hitless in- u ** 

ning* before the Giants scored Hlh PrT , 

all thre*’ of iheir nlns in the •w -i B-a*-** : 
fifth on three single.*, a sacrifice 
fly and Mays’ decisive tw«>- 


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for next Saturday* ium Imho 
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OUTDOORS 

with Alec Merriman 


Noted Campbell River author and conservationist 
Roderick Haig-Brown learned to live like a fish to 
write hit new book, Fisherman's Fall, which will bn 
off the presses In September or October. > 

He took up akindivlng 

Haig-Brown, who Uvea on the bantu of the C ampbell 
River, used this rapid-flowing river to team his new activity 
and io study the fall talmon run. 

Salmon, he found, wore quite acary and It took all 
his wiles to be able to swim alongside them. But trout, 
aa long aa he didn’t make any darting movements, teomrd 
to accept him almost as another fish 
.« Because the Campbell Rive? is so swift Haig-Brown 
had to behave like a fish to be able to swim In It He 
learned how to use Mg boulder* aa protection against the 
currants and how ta Use the eddies to make hu way up¬ 
stream. 

“I have studied the fish from above, but this living 
right with them was a new experience. I certainly learned 
a great deal about both trout and salmon." he told us. 

Five chapters of his book are devoted to hia skin- 
diving experiences and findings. 

* * • 

Soon after the Buttle Lake battle and the decision 
to dam the wilderness gem we met Haig-Brown walking 
along tha road at Campbell River. We stopped and chatted 
with him and at that time he told us he would never visit 
Buttle Lake again. Ha was Mtter and disappointed at the 
outcome of the two-year battle to save the lake from 
becoming Just another hydro reservoir. 

Actually he and hla allies had won a major victory In 
the restrictions that were placed on the damming of Buttle 

When chatting with him last week we recalled this 
conversation. 

“Actually I have only relumed there once or twice." 
he told us. /, 

"But this summer I am going back a great deal," 
he confided. 

He plana to take along hit skindiving outfit and to 
study just what has happened to Buttle after the flooding. 

He has two books about to be published — Tha Usher- 
man's Fall we mentioned and A Primer of Fly FMitng, 
a down-to earth book for new and old fly fishermen, which 
should be available next month. 

* a a 

The' Island Mountain Ramblers will continue their 
mountain ridge explorations In the mountains of Strath- 
cona Park and adjacent terrain this summer. 

May 16 to 18 a group under leadership of Syd Watts 
will explore the Crown Mountain and Big Den Mountain 
area, north of Elk River. 

On June 14 Ramblers plan to walk up Mount Hooper, 
above Nanaimo Lakes. 

In early July a trip U planned to the Upper Elk Valley 
to climb 7,000 feet to an unnamed and uncllmbed peak. 

July 18 and 19 club members will make their annual 
trip up tha Mount Arrowsmith Trail to see the alpine 
flowers. 

Most ambitious trip of the season will be a three-week 
outing from July 25 to Aug. 16, which will be divided Into 
two parts — the full trip for those who are hardy enough 
and can afford the time, and one week at Tiela Lake for 
another group. 

The trip will take the Ramblers over the high ridges 
of Stralhcona Park by way of Forbidden Plateau and 
Comox Glacier to TzHa Lake, where one week will be 
spent with the second group. Then the Ramblers will hike 
over Flower Ridge In Strathcona Park, by Cream Lake, 
Thelwood. Mt. Tom Taylor and the head of Myra Creek to 
Burman Lake and out by way of the Elk River Pass. 

Syd Watts and John Cowlin will be leaders. 

Tiela Lake Is a beautiful alpine lake with flower 
meadows and glaciers and it may be reached by helicopter 
or a one-day walk-ln over the Comox Glacier. 


Texas and SMU 
On Probation 


For Nanaimo Club 


fidUlf CCdimiB! Victoria, 1C, San* Bay 18. 1M4 


Close—But No Cigar 


I vtefuau 


Standouts in last night's victory ovar Ontario, 
wing forward Keith Bearne, left, and fuffl»ek Ken 
Scotland will be in Scottish internationals' lineup 
Wednesday in rugby exhibition against B.C. th¬ 
at srs st Macdonald Park. Game time ii 6:30. 


Scotland Nips 
Ontario Side 


■ TORONTO tCPI — Scotland 
dominated the ball Id defeat 
Ontario's provincial team lf-ll 
in a hard-fought rugby match 
I hen- Saturday. 

Scottish forwards and backs 
gave a brilliant display of team-' 
work, ball handling tad passing 
that sent them across Ontario’s 

LIVED IN SEA 

Five French oceanauts, mak¬ 
ing underwater studies, spent an< 
entire month kt a two-room cap¬ 
sule moored 90 feet beneath the 
Red Sea. 


try line four times. Scottish full¬ 
back Kan Scotland added five 
■mats with a convert and a pen¬ 
alty goal. 

Ontario scored two trys, 
taking advantage of momentary 
loose play by Scotland. One was 
by centre Warns Moran, the 
other by winger Chris Haw¬ 
thorne. Moran converted both. 

Scotland’s tryi were regis¬ 
tered by captain and prop Brian 
Nell!, winger Chris Elliot. Lock 
James' Telfrr and wing-forward 
Keith Bearne. 

Scotland led 11-3 at halftime. I 
They ploy B-C All-Stars In Vk-1 
tnria res Wednesday. 


NANAIMO (Special) — 
Buddy Dumont's surprising 
Nanaimo did) stopped Jack 
Blonds here last night, but 
couldn't hold on quite long 
enough to upset unbeaten 
New Westminster in the 
Intr-qty La m—a League 

Lane Whips 
South African 

JOHANNESBURG. South Af¬ 
rica (Reuters I — American 
Kamy Lane, the number one 
contender for tha world light¬ 
weight boxing title, beat Soulh 
Africa lightweight champion 
Stoeffel Steyn here Saturday 
night. 

Lane overcame a count of 
eight in the Drat round as he 
went an to win in the ninth. The 
fight was a echeduled ten- 
* rounder. 

0.C Soccer 


Trailing. 8-5. going Into the 
final quarter, the mainland 
dub acored seven straight 
goals for a 12-7 victory, ita 
fourth In a row, and a tour- 
point hold on first place. 

ONE GOAL 

Blonds, who had averaged 
tour goals per game, wai held 
to one goal and an and* by 
the persistent checking of 
Jerry Shires and Tod UeMoh 
But while Nanaimo waa busy 
with Blonde, Cliff Sepia end 
a bunch of youngsters were 
taking up the slack 

Sepka started the final 
period with hie second and 
third goals of the night to put 


New Westminster ahead. 74. 
Ron Flatten made It 84. and 
Charlie Saunders end Dave 
Tory scored two each before 
iLiebteh replied for Nanaimo. 
B1GGED CHEC KING 

New West minster got the 
jump and led, U, at the quar i 
ter. but under nigged check¬ 
ing was held aeore tea a freer 
5:17 of the first quarter to 
9:28 of the third. 

Nanaimo, ptojdng without 
scoring leader Terry Davis, 
got three goals frees Larry 
IBiggs, two from Murray 
Thomas, and one from Liebtob 
and At Fearoo. Wayne Shut 
tleworth, Don Boyd end Ron 


Four Teams 
Toe Mark 


Senior Amateur, Baseball League opens another 
season next Saturday, more convinced than ever that 
baseball at the senior level can be rebuilt to its old 
popularity Sr. the area. > :—: —~ z—, . „ — 

It's been a slow business, but- Royi1 Athletic Park, 
progress has been made, and ati F1 " t * Urts ■* 1 P m 
| the end of last season the league , Do “ b, * he " ter »• • lso Panned 
could report Increased crowda for lht M ** 18 hol iday, 
and a bit of black Ink In the; GIHMIl llto HtoM H m iim iHI IIM I to \ 

| ledger This season, with more g MAT ITth EVERT 1 
youngsters graduating from Con- g MOToacm r. 2 

, j£K..VS2l| snss wssshp rme |l 

baseball seem even better. g « 


Aldermen Like Idea 
Of Deal with Leafs 


baseball seem even better. g 

re.. team. i Udrn'Fran UJLA. I 

League will operate with four £ Bob Budacha! 
teams - Transport Workers.Ig Calgary, Edmoaton * 
'Greaves Moving and Storage, g Toptea, Can. (Waa* 1 
McLaren Construction, and In-'E PiHMiVaorain rCmOu 1 

(dependents. 5 Jjg*! X T 1 " _ I 

Transports will be managed Ig T:. "gy.. 1 ?- 3 

by Barry Harvey. McLaren, by if eaiHV rSVSh 3 

I Mike Hodge, IAA by Jim Moody lfl lllMHIIHIIIIMHtlMHWHIIItlW MlR 
and Greaves by Herb Weatherall ^^SS 
and Joe Bryant. wtfftBtok 

IAA plays Transports and Me-; foe tt 

larens take on Greaves in next nPSg?** it 
Saturday's opening double- .tQ 


Lucky wa ware wearing our 
Arrow wash and wear 
Tarkota shirts I gfi.QO 


VANCOUVER (CPI - Giving 
away valuable downtown land la 
a sticky matter, even when you 
get an S8.000.000 coliseum in re- 
j turn, agreed members of Van¬ 
couver city council. 

They were polled Saturday on 
the proposition, tendered by 
Stafford Smythe of Toronto 
Maple Lewis. Smythe awid Fri¬ 
day In Seattle that the National 
Hockey League will expand here 
soon if a 20,000-seat stadium Is 
ready lor it. and Leafs are 


willing to build and run auch' 
a structure. 

Without exception, aldermen 
who could be reached for com¬ 
ment were anxious to deal with 
the Leaf president. 

Several were concerned that 
a downtown stadium would 
throw traffic problems on the 
city coating many time* the 
price o 9 the stadium. 

Aid. Tom Campbell said by 
donating the land free to 
Smythe. a condition of the offer. 


| MEN'S WEAR 

— 7M YATES CT. — 

Exctaatow a« Baaa'e 
• Sweethearts of Um Navy 
ANCHORS A WEIGH" 
nr available wtth Tns-PIt 


council would be giving away 
12,000.000 cash, and "we wouldn't 
give any private developer $2.- 
000,000 cash on the line to put 
up a factory in Vanoouver." 

In any case, said legal author¬ 
ities, the deal would need a I 
special bylaw, approved by 
three-fifth* of the ratepayers. 


against 
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LUBBOCK. Tex. (APi-The 
University of Texas, whose foot¬ 
ball team was national cham¬ 
pion this past Mason, and South¬ 
ern Methodist University were 
placed on probation Saturday by 
the Southwest Conference. 

SMU was penalised for extra 
financial Inducement* to ath¬ 
letes. also for financial aid to 
students already in school and 
offer of financial aid to prospec¬ 
tive athletes beyond what la per 
nutted under the rales. 

Texas was penalized for ex- 
rr salve entertainment of ath¬ 
letes, payment of the expenses 


Rifle Shoot 

Erie Andrews, a tyro shooting 
for the 25th Militia Group, led 
the way In the Victoria and Dis¬ 
trict Rifle Association shoot at 
Ileal’s Range yesterday, scoring 
t'.’xlOO from 600 yard.*. 


of relatives of prospective ath¬ 
letes to the campus and for 
athletes visiting the campus not 
accompanied by an alumnus 
paying the expenses. 


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The Italian* have • apeeal 
talent for tempting palate*, 
and Italy's confectionery la Its 
taste-provoking proof. Tradi¬ 
tional regional deUcadc* such 
aa toronne from Cremona and 
Benevento. panforte from Si¬ 
ena, amaretti from Saronno 
and panettane from Milan, are 
now welcomed and enjoyed by 
Canadian*. 


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these long voyages, Tip half 
of It halfway through — 
about Sidney. Give* them 
walking around money. 

Wine stewards once a 
week*. Ten to 15 per cent of 
hi* bill each time you settle. 
Bar steward and bellboy*: 
By the service. Figure the 
■hilling equal to the Ameri¬ 
can quarter for tipping. 

Don* ureter any circum¬ 
stance* try to tip the offi¬ 
cers Tourist class: T\p two 
thirds at the above. 

Drew? Yet 

* ... And what about 
clothes? Does my husband 
need a tuxedo?" 

For first das*, he’ll use a 
dinner jackal. Both tourist 
and first class have lota of 
parties. A dinner jacket will 
come in handy for both 
classes. 

Never dress while in port. 
Or an the first night out or the 
night before landing. Other¬ 
wise. dressing la quite in¬ 
form si. Plenty of sport* 
shirt* and Informal wear In 
both tourist and first class. 
Lota of pool-aide activity dur¬ 
ing the day. 

* * * 

Hawaii aloha shirts or Ber¬ 
mudas are acceptable during 
the day. For dinners he should 
wear a jacket and a tie. 


Plenty of occasions for your 
cocktail dresses. So bring 
them along. '> 

. . And what about my 


It work on a British ship?'* 
Check with the purser be¬ 
fore plugging It In. to see If it 
will work on ship's current 




without blowing out. It may 
need an adapter or converter. 
He will, as usual, produce like 
a magic genie. Otherwise, it 
may be your last shave with 
that razor. Same applies to 
your travel irons. 

**. . . I’m not a natural 
blonde. I get outside help. 
What about blondes that go 
to sea?” 

No problem. The ship’s 
beauty shop carries a full 
range of colors. Share prices. 
One thing, though—book your 
appointments as soon aa pos¬ 
sible for the whole trip. Pan- 
ticularly the days of the Cap¬ 
tain's dinner, the talent show, 
or on special party nights. 
Those are the days everybody 
wants an appointment. Make 
them wall In advance and 
relax. 


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" Although there la plenty of 

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10 GOOD REASONS FOR 
PUNNING YOUR NEXT VACATION IN 

MeXiCO 


1 Mexico If so near and yet so foreign, 
a unique blend ot ancient Indian 
culture and 20th cantury luxury. 

2 Your vacation dollar stretches farther. 
Hotels, entertainment, sightseeing, 
cost less than in other vacation areas. 

3 Sun-drenched beaches at famous in¬ 
ternational resorts. Untamed beaches 
at Cozumal. Isis de Mujeres,well-kept 
ones at Varacruz. Fashionable Aca¬ 
pulco. Puerto Vellarta. 

,4 Wonderful shopping - silver and tur¬ 
quoise jewelry from Tasco, handsome 
black pottery I rom Coy otepec. serapes 
end rebozos tram Oaxaca, fire opal 
and amethyst in Mexico City. 

5 Spectacular sightseeing - F»yramids 
of the Sun and Moon. Floating Gar¬ 
dens of Xochimitco, Lake Patzcuaro. 
the immense Caves ol Cacahuamilpa. 


5 Adventures in dining - superb con¬ 
tinental cuisine, authentic Spanish 
and native dishes - tamales, quesadit- 
las and the famous mol* poblano, 
exotic truits. 

7 Unique antertamment-from the Ballet 
Folktorico. * whirlwiqd of colour end 
music, to the diving boys at Acapulco. 

8 Colourful native spectacles, the Cor- 
pus Christi Fair in Veracruz. All Saint s 
Day and the day of the Rain God at 
San Juan Chamula. fiestas on Isla del 
Carmen and everywhere in Mexico. 

9 Thrilling sport. Deep sea fishing lor 
marlin, shark, tuna. Water skiing, 
skin-diving, mountain climbing, hors* 
racing. |ai alai, golf. 

JO Low cost tours. Example: 15 days ■« 
Taxco, Cuernavaca, Mexico City, only 
$215.20. 


S*o your Iroool oQont tor til (ha sthar rooton s you'll onioy your no it vac jl ion in Majiiea. You 
can tty non-ifnp to UooKoCily (rom Montreal, Toronto, hindiar. Calgary and Vancouver. 

MEXICAN NATIONAL TOURIST COUNCIL 


Confectionery la no small 
Industry in Italy. To taka a 
striking example, panel tone. a 
frather light cake, la the foun¬ 
dation on which one of the 
iargeei producer* has built an 
enterprise employing some 
4,000 people. 

Regular dally production by 
the firm la nearly 100 tona of 
confections, and during peri¬ 
ods of peak demand, such as 
Christmas and Easter, more 
than 150 tons of baked con¬ 
fections emerge from its ovens 
each day. 

Legendary Origin 

Ice cream, chocolate, wrapped 
candles, sugared almonds, 
nougat candy and spice drops 
are among Italian apectaltlau. 
ComMnations of enticing In¬ 
gredients are found In others. 
Panforte, for example. Is *s 
from honey, almonds, candled 
fruit and flavors. 

History and honey contrib¬ 
ute to torrone, an Italian 
nougat with an origin shroud¬ 
ed In the mists of legend. It 
Is made by adding to a base 
of sugar and honey the white* 
of eggs, then almonds, nuts, 
candled fruits or syrups, aa 
well aa chocolate, often as a 
covering but sometimes as 
part of the Ingredients. 

The classic shape of borrone. 
In flat, narrow bare, is said to 
have been set by cooks at Cre¬ 
mona In the 15<h century, who 
copied the shape from the 
dty's elegant bell-tower. 

First Nougat 

History's first mention of 
Italian nougat was made In a 
ifjitin text of the 1st century. 
The Art of Cooking, written 
. bv Apicius in the reign of Em¬ 
peror Tiberius. He gave a 
recipe Tor a tart to be poured 
out, which had a base of 
roasted nuts pounded together 
with honey, small peppers, 
milk, eggs and a little oil. 

Candy-making has beginnings 
still more ancient. Written and 
pictorial records of candy were 
left by the Egyptians, and from 
these we know the earliest con¬ 
fectioners used honey as a 
sweetener, for sugar was un¬ 
known. 

In the 14th century sugar was 
first shipped into Venice to he 
used for making confections, 
and by the 16th centniy confec¬ 
tioners were using sugar, nuts 
and fruits to make sweetmeats 
moulded into fanciful forms. 


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kiki bench. 

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It’s Not All Bohemian Backwater 




j-.v —.. , * « \ i, _ __ 

Greenwich Village Really a State of Mind 


A group of dungaree-clad 
folk linger* twanging Oku 
gutter* In Washington Square;' 
winding tercels lined wUh 
graceful eld brownatonas; * 
1 1 Ok ram # gtd, tar blonde heir 
flowing latesty, Wilding Wong 
wMi ranee* under arm; tta 
coel brat of • j*s group; 
painting* hung from fence* 
end bulking well* in the 
bright raring ram ■ tawMak- 
«r*d poet intoning hie Une* 


“! want to 
set at much 
soenery as 
possible** 


in a smoky coffee ihop; tbsas 
ere Greenwich Vitage. 

Ostensibly. Qraenwloh Vil¬ 
lage 1* ■ community, a a pot 
an a map. Rrally, it la a state 
Of mind. It i* people with 
idea* end vitality. 

Stop In ■ Village watering 
■pot The chap to the right 
of you may be prophet of bn 
Buddhism; the fellow to the 
left may have devtaad a new 
system to bant the hare— 
One may be briMant, tta 


"Then go 
Greyhound- 
you can 
travel one 
way, return 
another." 


other eccentric (to pot K 
mildly). But they are ao ar- 
ttcuieta and srthuateado In es¬ 
pousing their rauea* that it's 
hard to tell which Is which. 

The Village le contradict Iona. 
Nowhere la the avant garde 
paraded more proudly. Yet, 
nowhere la the charm of the 
aid more Jaaieualy guarded. 
Tta arm la fltad with Httta 
streets ttta Fatddn Plaaa 
Grove Court Wg*n Place 
and Waraington Maw*. 

Baardad beatniks and 
Ing Intellectuals bdPy thatr dif 
Berancaa and term vtgtants 
committees at the first threat 
to aome revere d re Be 

Not *B the artieta of Green- 


Acapulco’s 

Strand 


widl Village era talented, not 
aU tta folk alngara ran carry 
a tuna and aome of the writers 
pen their non poignant tinea 
when writing home for money. 
But their raw enthusiasm In¬ 
fuse* ths Village with an ex 
diment that is oontegioua. 

It's an excitement that ha* 
randa tta Vitaga famous and 
altractad vbftors for decade*. 

BUD. tta Visage U not afi 
B o h e mi a n backwater. Its 
paa p ie art relaxed and eoarao- 


poMtan. There'* hardly a 
street that doesn't have its 
■hare of coffee house*, re* 
tiurante, night dub* and the 
a tie*. 

West Ughth h th* unofficial 
Main Sheet of Greenwich Vil¬ 
lage. It k Mned with art and 
book atom* and the ahop* of, 
trttaan* who handcraft Jaw 
jelry and leather goods. Inter-, 
iparaad are the bright lights 
of reataoranta and night duta.j 

Running aouih from Waati 


Eighth la MacDougal Street 
To the south. MacDougal 
Street la the locale of a dutch 
of coffee house*. Many offer 
entertainment. During the 
spring and faH outdoor art ex¬ 
hibit* tn the Village, the side¬ 
walks, walls and fences of 
MacDougal Street are faa- 
tooned with paintings 
Two block* ftouth of Wash 
ington Square, Bleacher street j 
cut* across MacDougal. This 

ALASKA IT BIS 
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is the heart of th* Village's! 
Italian section. 

A symbol and perhaps focus 
of Greenwich Village Is Wash¬ 
ington Square. Originally a 
potters' field, the area was, 
used ter a time ter public 
hangings. Some of the largs 
trees still standing were ones 
used for this macabre purpose, 

The square is dominated by 
Stanford W b 11 a ' a graceful 
Washington Arch. Along ths 
north aid* of tta «|uare there 


am several of the handsome 
mansions built during the ltth 
century- On summer evenires 
there are outdoor chamber 
music concerts in the park. 

One of the delight* of stroil- 
in the Village la tta winding 
street* and court* that have a 
way of appearing suddenly be¬ 
fore the visitor. There ere 
Mine tta Lane, Gay Street. 
Waver!y Ptece, Bank Street 
and Bedford Street to name 
Just a tew. 


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How to sail to Europe 
with PaO-Orient Lines this Fall 
for as little as $ 15 a day 


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PJcO-Qricnl's 30.000-ton Arcadia 
sails from Vancouver October 2 
bound for California, Mexico, the 
Panama Canal. Jamaica, Florida, 
Bermuda, Le Havre and London. 
Your fare for the 25-day voyage on 
one of “the biggest bloomin’ ships 
■ailing the seven seas?” As little as 
$388. Read on for details. Then see 
your travel agent for reservations 

H tab's aa exciting new travel idea 
that gives you a vacation on your 
way to Europe: 

Sail to France and England with 
PAO-Orient via tht West Coast, 
the Caribbean and the Atlantic. 
Step aboard PAO-Orient's gleaming 
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get about the usual hustle-bustle prob¬ 
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quick connections. 

Ahead of you ara 25 leisurely days 
on a great British liner. 

Wharg ya* will aall 

You have two days and a night in 
San Francisco for roaming, riding ca¬ 
ble cars and taking in the night life. 
Then, you sail for Los Angeles with 
Disneyland nearby. Next stop: Aca¬ 
pulco, where you can watch native boys 
dive 120 feet into the surf. 

From Acapulco, you sail to Panama 
and on through the gigantic Canal locks 
to the Caribbean. You can learn to sing 
Calypso in Jamaica. See the fabulous 
floor shows along Miami Beach. Dive 
for treasure in Bermuda. 

You arrive at Le Havre October 267 
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game abounds in the Jungles 
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placid villages. 

On the Gulf of Mexico, Tam¬ 
pico and Veracruz, Mexico's 
principal eastern parts, spring 
to mind, but less known Tux- 
pan. s port that seems to exist 
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many mar* beckon the traveller 
to remoter strands. Many of 
these vacstion central are only 
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Vancouver and four other major 
Canadian centres by Canadian 
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are less frequented, but grow¬ 
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region. 

These same waters enhance 
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20 fcrtls ttal Victoria IX, W, May It, 1M4 


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is wise in f 
ways of weddings 


Week on the Prairieg 


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help smooth your path to the altar. No matter 
what the problem ... from wedding gown to wedding 
etiquette ... from selecting home furnishings to wedding 
Invitations ... we have a consultant who will be happy 


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From EATON'S 
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She Manitoba government has conditions and pubdc (mage 
purchased two water bombers for the lack of more outetand- 
far ){■ forest flre-flghting force.; log teachers. 

They will be based in the Kettny * * * 

Sterling Lyon, minister of Saskatchewan 

mines, said exjwriments with 

water bom b ers during the fire T^w University of Saritaftctie- 
■eaaon of IKS produced “spec* will confer approximately 
tacuUr” results. 975 degrees on students at Its 

* * a 33rd annual spring convocation 

A M,000,000 business and re*l- next Tuesday and Wednesday, 
deotiai oompiex oa a 5^4-acre A # * 

sits in BL ■■■Mips wfll be the Borne farmers In the Way- 
first shopptag centre In Greater hara district have completed 
Winnipeg to contain apartments. ** mud» as 30 per cant of their 
* wuMiwg . wig Saciuds a wo- spring seeding and moat 
s tore y meter hotel, ssaairtst. j others win begin feeding next 
bowling alley and s doeen small weA. according to Bob Mid- 


Lift Your Preferences in the 


EATON’S Gift Registry will help you choose and 
coordinate all your patterns . , . from linens, 
silver and china to household needs. 

Then they’ll record your choices to assist 
relatives and friends as they buy your gifts. 


die tan, Weyburn agricultural 
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furnishings, new home decor, etc.—even before 
she receives her first wedding gift! A Gift Con¬ 
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crystal, and the plana she has for decorating her 
first home. 


Ssfahi oral polio vaccine has 
been administered to 501,373 
people la Manitoba to an fan- 
mimizatkn campaign that be¬ 
gan In April, health department 
officials said Friday In Wtoad- 


Manitoha's agriculture minie- 
ter, George Hutton, says his de¬ 
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proach the owners at land need¬ 
ed for a controversial diversion 
channel to be buQt Just west of 
Partaga la Prairie to carry the 
Assinibolne River's spring run¬ 
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■the gift registry has a reminder service 

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friends, relatives or business associates. 


Premier Robtin, of Manitoba,, 
lays his government hopes to 
put cheeper money, perhaps 
from the Canada pension plan 
investment pool, within reach 
of municipalities. This possi¬ 
bility for obtaining cheaper 
money may turn out to be a 
significant feature of tfaa pen 
si on plan agraemrrtit 


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These services an, ef course, available without 
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Alberta. 


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Jack Clifford Davis, 32. 
father of five, has been 
charged with non-capital mur¬ 
der in the shooting death of 
Peter Sound, 39. of Btonre. 
Alta. 

Sound died after being shot 
In the cheat during a struggle 
over possession of a gun in 
the Davis home at Klnuso, 160 
miles east of Gr a nde Prairie. 


Other “La* Relne” diamond 
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For Invitations and Announcements 

Our Gift Wrap Department offers you a wide 
choice of ^tastefully designed invitations as well 
as petite Boxes for sending youi wedding cake 
pieces, personalized matches for the reception, 
and special wedding napkins. 


Two employees of the Al¬ 
berta department of lands and 
forest! showed astonishing 
Ignorance of provisions for 
poisoning predators in an in¬ 
cident In which two dogs were 
killed, Mr. Justice Hugh C.. 
Farthing said. 

He awarded 11,400 damages 
to Buster Andrew Hubert, the 
trapper who owned the poi¬ 
soned dogs, in a Calgary Judg¬ 
ment. 


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About 16 per cent of Alberta 
high school teachers, mostly In 
the outlying districts, are not 
qualified, says Dr. 5. Clarke, 
executive secretary of the Al¬ 
berta Teachers' Association. 
He Mamed 


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Throngs Out for Navy Day 


Wonderland 


Mare than 6,000 Greater Vic¬ 
torian* accepted the Invitation 
ot Pacific Command to be ita 
■ueau yesterday at HMC 
Dockyard, the Fleet School at 
HMCS Nad on and VU 33 Air 
SqMadron at Patricia Bay. 
BITING WIND 
There probably would have 
been more except lor a blus¬ 
tery, bitin* triad at Dockyard. 
People came In bunches and 
at time* H looked aa if there 
were more flats titan visitors. 

The harbor craft were kept 
busy taking the guests on 
short trips and from time to 
time the decks of two VS. 
Navy destroyers, USS Twining 
and Edmonds, were as warm 
with children. 

ADUTELD IWVLA1 
“Our own destroyers and 
frigates were not quite so 
busy," said a navy man. "but 
maybe we re getting used to 
them." 

About half of the total visi¬ 
tors drove to Patricia Bay and 
watched sky divers, aerobatics 
and other displays. 

The fleet School at Naden 
bad 741 visitors snd there were 
2,447 at Dockyard. 


Biggest 

Sailpast 

Boy si Victoria Yackt CM 
speaed Ha 74th seassa 
yesterday with a ■allpaet la 
Oa Wars Bay which eftlclais 
called “the hi*geet taraeat 
ever*’ — 11 Bail aad power 


New Lease 
On Land 
And Life 


The Wooded Wonderland hat finally got a new 
lease on property at Beaver Lake — and a new lease 
on life. 

Wooded Wonderland proprietor Alfred Petteraen 
yesterday picked up from his lawyer a five-year lease 
on about 12V* sere* of dty-owned property at Beaver 
Lake. 

Mr. Petteraen. whose efforts Monday night to get clearance 
to get the lease began a year toe the licence, 
ago last October, now is keep- Hie llth-hour receipt of the 
Ing his fingers crossed that he’ll lease—tor land In Saanich but 
be able to get a trade licence owned by the city — follows 
from Saanich in time to open tortuous negotiations with coun- 
on schedule for the May 11 long ells of both Victoria and Saa- 
weekend. nich, with parka officials of 

He said he hopes to be allowed 1 both municipalities and with of- 
to appear at * meeting of Saa-1 Uriels of the Greater Victoria 
nich council's finance committee | Water District. 

Ready to Move 


MARJORIE GIBBS 

* * * 

Seen 

In 

Passing 


Flags Flutter Welcome to Navy*s Visitors 


Overturned Kayak 


What’s All the Excitement? 


An overturned kayak in Victoria 
Harbor off Victoria West had the 
makings of a boating tragedy yester¬ 
day, until two youths walked up to 
ask police what all the excitement 
waa about. 

Mrs. Dulde Banks, 407 Milne, 
telephoned police after seeing a youth 
paddling the kayak In Lime Bay and 
later noticing it was lodged upside 
down under a boom. 


Forest Week, Too 


Two police cars and a police motor¬ 
cycle roared down to the foot of 
Mary Street, c u r 1 o u a neighbors 
gathered at the water's edge and 
police were about to call out a boat 
for assistance. 


Along came Ron Sturrock, 217 
Mary, and his companion. Don Mc¬ 
Connell, 721 Esquimau, to find out 
what was going on. Police then 


learned the pair had been paddling 
the kayak a short while earlier. 

♦ * * 

They found the kayak and tied it 
up to a log boom, knowing ita owner 
could walk out and recover K at low 
tide. 

But a high wind whipping in from 
the sea overturned the craft, leaving 
it looking for all the world like the 
scene of a tragedy. 


Girl Hurt 

Four 

Cars 

Crash 

A young woman was checked 


At one point last summer Mr. > 
Petteraen said he was so pessi¬ 
mistic about ever getting clear¬ 
ance to continue to operate tbs 
amusement park — which has 
already operated two summers 
—that he was about ready to 
move lock, stock and barrel to 
Tacoma. 

And in fact he wfii, as a re¬ 
sult of enquiries made last sum¬ 
mer, operate a second Wooded' 
Wonderland In the largest park 
in Tacoma beginning In about 
July this summer. 

The five-year lease Mr. Pet-1 
teraen has obtained bom city! 
council gives him uee of about 
12Vi acres of land, as againrt 
about six he had before. Bant] 
will be (ISO a year, up (rami 
$500. I 


Mr. Petteraen said last night 
that, because of the lateness 
with which he has finally got his 
ieaae. he won’t be able to make 
uee of any n( the additional land 
this year. And even in future, 
more than half the additional 
land will limply be a buffer 
zone to keep hie amusements 
sway from outside noise, he 


He said the lease contains a 
special clause to protect any 
decision the city may make to 
sell the land to Saanich or soy 
other buyer. ' 

The clause provides that. If 
the city sells the land and wishes 
to give the purchaser immediate 
possession. Mr. Petteraen can 
be evicted on three months’ 
notice. 


Marjerie Gibbs. Solarium Junior 
League co-ordinator, boosting 
the Shuwer-of-Dimes campaign. 
{She works for B.C. Hospital 
Insurance Services and lives at 
3196 Savannah Avenue. Her hob¬ 
bies are gardening and can- 
arles.l . . . Irv Streeter helping 
Stan Bilgh celebrate his new 
status symbol—a grandson . . . 
Lea Ebbllwg asking about 
friends . . . Hugh and Pal Me- 
Whirter celebrating a weddbar 
and a birthday . . . NalaHe Ba¬ 
tiste playing tether ball . . , 
S h err y m—le going to a mat¬ 
inee . . . ITrbsts Patrick gotng 
to his music lesson . . . terry 
t hatsell mowing the lawn . • . 
Ban tewean going to work. 


Built for Oregon Man 


Fire Season Off 
To Bad Start 


Today marks the opening of 
Forest Conservation Week In 
the province, but already the 
fire seaaon is off to a bad 
start. 

By Friday, 91 fires had been 
reported to the B-C. Forest 
Service—moot of them classi¬ 
fied “nuisance fires" started 
by children with matches, neg¬ 
lected rubbish fires and burn¬ 
ing of. waste sawdust, 

FOCI'S ATTENTION 

Conservation week is spon 
sored annually by the Cana¬ 
dian Forestry Association in 
an effort to focus public at¬ 


tention on the number of fires 
in the woods annually. 

The largest fire last week, 
now extinguished, occurred 
in a timber sale logging op- 
i eratlon at the head of Bute 
Inlet. It covered an estimated 
100 acres, mostly slash. 

COST 9I.7M 

Last week’s fires cost the 
province $1,750, with most of 
them occurring in the Van¬ 
couver Forest District. 

The hazard Is low at present, 
forestry men say, and it .vlll 
likely remain that way through 
most of the week with gen¬ 
erally cool, damp weather. 


‘Bulldozer Heading 
For the School!’ 

“Some kids have got a bulldoaer started, aad 
they're heading for the school!” a aeighbor to 
Esquimau High School cried over the phone to 
Esquimau police. 

Bat they found the boDdoser, used hut week 
to renovate school property, waa only a place to 
play for the four boys who worried the lady. They 
were five aad six years old. 

Speech Cancelled 


at St. Joseph's Hospital and 
sent home Isst night after a 
four-car rear-end coidiion on 
Quadra Street shortly before • 
p.tn. 

DAMAGE MEDIUM 

Victoria police described 
damage In the accident aa 
medium. Mias Norma Stag- 
boom, 19, of 4210 Quack*, waa 
taken to hospital complaining 

of sore leg*- 

Police said a car driven 
south on Quadra near Cormor¬ 
ant by a Juvenile hit the rear 
of a stopped car driven by 
Gary Uttke, 3750 Ascot, knock¬ 
ing It into a stopped car 
driven by Wilheimus Min ten. 
1131 Palmer, which In turn, 
waa knocked Into a stopped ; 
car driven by Erich KueMer, 
2809 Prior. 


New Contender for Swiftsure 
: Launched at City Shipyard 


No Dealings with MRA* 


and Shore 


Fishermen’s Union 
Asks Conciliation 


The fishermen's union ha* 
asked for appointment of a 
conciliation board In its con¬ 
tract negotiations with B.C. 
employers tar sHoreworkers and 
tendermen. 

Jack Nlchol, business agent 
for the United Fishermen and 
Allied Workers Union, said inj 
Vancouver the union accuses! 
the B.C. Fisheries Association 
of a lack of intent to bargain In 
good faith. 

'Socreds Discuss j 
Power Projects 

Power projects and their 
benefits to B.C. and the U-S. 
will be dlscuwed at 8 p.m. 
Wednesday at a public meet¬ 
ing of file Saanich Social Cre¬ 
dit constituency association. 

Undi, Korwli and Waiter 
Resources Minister Ray Willis- 
ton will be guest speakef at 
♦he regular monthly meeting, 
to be held in the Mount View 
High School auditorium, Carey 
Bead. 


He said the employers have; 
not made atapntract offer ini 
five meetings«with UFAWU ne¬ 
gotiating committees, two of 
them with B.C. government j 
conciliation officer George Car- 
michaef present. 

For s ho reworkers, the union is 
asking a 10 -cent-an-hour across- 
the-board increase for women 
who process fresh fish, 20 
cents for cannery women and a 
10 per cent increase for all male 
classifications. 

OTHER DEMANDS 

Other demands include im¬ 
provement In overtime condi- 
j tions, 311 per cent statutory holi¬ 
day pay, vacation pay improve¬ 
ments and Improvement* in 
seniority conditions, call-out 
conditions and differential pay 
for catd storage work. 

Tendermen are seeking $15 
a raonrh across the board, 50 
cents a ton increase for ail 
fish pitched to bring the rate to 
$2 a ton, all days off to be given 
In home port, a pension plan 
and a clause covering crew 
complements on barges. 


Violation of the Canadian 
Union of Students constitution ' 
and the University of Victoria 1 
student constitution has been 1 
cited as the main reason for the 1 
cancellation of a speech by 
Moral Rearmament official Dr. f 
Paul Campbell. j 

Dr. Campbell was to have ad- i 
dressed student leaders attend- 1 
ing the western regional confer- 1 
ence of the national student 
organization. 

SENT YESTERDAY 
The cancellation was con¬ 
firmed In a telegram sent to 
Dr. Campbell yesterday over the 
signatures of David Jenkins, na¬ 
tional CUS president, and Olivia 
Barr, University of Victoria 
student president 

Kinettes Plan 
Swim Gasses 

. Plans are bring made for the 
annual swimming classes at 
Kinsmen Gorge Park, to be 
conducted under the auspices 
of the Kinette Club of Victor¬ 
ia. 

Registration win be at the 
parts, at 10 a.m. June 13 and 20. 
Classes will be held from July 
6 to 18 and July 20 to Aug. 1. 
Beginners’ and Junior classes 
will be available. 


The telegram stated that 
"student leaders are emphatic 
that they want no dealings with 
MRA on any basis.'* 

NO JUDGMENT 
Mr. Jenkins stressed that "we 
are not passing Judgment on 
MRA beliefs or doctrines. How¬ 
ever, we are appalled at their 
methods." 

The students have charged 


that MRA has been misusing 
the names of student leaders to 
promote MRA doctrines. 

TWICE REFUSED 

Mrs. Barr has twierd refused 
MRA requests for her personal 
and official support. . 

"I completely disassociate my¬ 
self snd the students at the Uni¬ 
versity of Victoria," she said. 
"The MRA movement was given 
no authority to use my name.” 


By DON GAIN 

A new SwUtsure contender i 
was launched yesterday at the j 
Songhees Road shipyard of Pe- ( 
lagic Construction and Design 
Ltd.—the sleek-hulled Sabrina 1 
of Eugene, Ore. 

Owner Foster Anderson said 
she will be the only entry from 
the Eugene Yacht Club in this 
I year's Swiftsure yacht race and 
will be skippered by Jack Smith 
of Victoria, 
cmr MEN IN CREW 
Crew will be made up of 
Ernest Higgs and Ward Stevens, 
Victoria; Lou Campbell and 
Donald Stainsby, of Eugene. 

Sabrina is the fourth Pacific 
40 to be launched by the com 
pany. 

PROPER LAUNCHING 
She had a proper launching 
complete with flowers and a 
bottle of champagne and a fair 
lady to christen her, the owner’s 
wife Cynthia. 

couple'* four young 
daughter* were on hand. 

"My crew," Mr. Anderson 
' said. "The galley had to be de-: 
signed to hold them all. It's the 
only nine-foot galley I've Been 
on a boat this size." 


Built to a design of naval 
architect R. H. Richards, the 40- 
foot ketch has a fiberglass hull 
and Is finished mainly in teak, in¬ 
cluding decks. 

She has an aluminum mast, 
stainless steel rigging, echo 
sounder, radio telephone, and 
radio direction finder. Her auxil¬ 


iary engine is a Peridns diesri 
She sleeps six. 

Yesterday'* launching was th 
realization at a 15-year-oi< 
dream of Mr. Anderson'*. 

The Eugene investment deale 
said he had the yacht built b 
Pelagic after he had seen Hai 
mony □, which the firm ais 
built. 


Flying Club Planning 
Trip to Pylon Race 


Victoria Flying Club is organ¬ 
izing an air charter trip to Pend¬ 
leton, Ore., next month—to see 
the second exhibition of pylon 
racing since the Second World 
War. 

The National Championship 
Airplane Stock Classic features 
th* Pendleton 109—the "hot rod 
race of the air”—in which planes 
fiy 20 laps at heights of around 
40 feet round six pylons at each 
end of a five-mile course. . 


Duan Cole, of the famous Cole 
Brothers' Air Circus, was res¬ 
ponsible for reviving the even^ 
last year and will manage this 
year's race. 

Flying club members will 
leave Victoria June a in a 
chartered 50-passenger Curtis 
Commando. Deadline for reser¬ 
vations is May 11. Further de¬ 
tails can be obtained from the 
Flying Club, GR 52833. 


Youngsters Watch 


Crowds Expected 


Fair Fills Out Skeleton 


By KEN'JOHNSON 

Little Bill Croaicn looked nn 
open-mouthed yesterday as the 
skeleton framework of giant, 
twin ferris-wheda slowly climb¬ 
ed skywards. 

The seven-yefrotd boy, of 
2127 Vancouver Street, and a 
handful of other children, hung 
around the rear of Victoria's 
Memorial Arena, their faces 
eager with anticipation. 

* *—-* 

A gang at 200 workmen were 
busy building 11 major rides, 
nine kiddie rides snd numerous 
sideshows for the Jaycees' An¬ 
nual May Fair which opens Mon¬ 
day. 

The colorful cars of rides like 
the Rock-o-Plane, the Trabant, 
Tilt-a-Whiri, and the Scrambler 


were being fitted into place by 
workmen from a group of show 
companies from Canada and the 

U.S. 

In the nearby Curling Rink, 
4-H club members were busy 
setting up their hobby shows. In 
the arena, Challier Display As¬ 
sociates worked on display 
booths for the indoor exhibition. 

"It’s going to be a great 
week for Victoria,” said exhibi¬ 
tion chairman Ray Fanner. "I 
reckon we ll draw around 125 - 
000 visitors if the weather holds 
out.” 

* * * 

Big theme of this year's fair 
is agriculture. The Jaycees’ 
have lined up one of the biggest- 
ever horse shows, including 
nightly gymkhanas, with char¬ 
iot-racing Friday and Saturday. 


There will be complete rabbit 
and poultry shows, and a brand 
new feature—the home cooking 
show. 

★ * * 

Although first events begin at 
10 a.m. Monday, the fair will be 
officially opened at 7:45 p.m. by 
Minister of Agriculture, Frank 
Richter. 

Throughout the week there will 
be other kttractlon* such as 
Michael Williams' gun-dog and 
sheep-dog show, a full-seal* 
cattle show, a mutt show, plus 
twice-daily entertainments in 
the arena. 


Popular U.S. male vocal group 
The Lancers are booked, along 
with Th* Petites, female song 
and dance trio. 


Victoria singer Murray Me- 
Aipine, the Jubilation Singers 
and the vocalists of the Upper 
University District Folk Muaio 
Association will stage a hooten¬ 
anny twice a day in the arena. 

Emcee will be California ban- 
joist, Taffy Arnold. 

★ * * 

Each night at 8 p.m. visitors 
can look over the ten lovelies 
In the final of the Mias Victoria 
contest. They will parade be¬ 
fore the panel of five Judge* 
and two each night will demon¬ 
strate their particular talents 
on stage. 

Aa little Bill Crosaen wandered 
among the haU-built sideshows 
yesterday, the smell of sawdust 
was In the sir. And he could al¬ 
most taste that cotton candy 
he'll eat when the fair opens. 


LOCAL NEWS 


3%e Bails Monizl. 


CLASSIFIED 


SECOND NEWS SECTION 


VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SUNDAY, MAY 10, 1964 


PAGE TWENTY-ONE 















22 Bitig (Colonial Vicifca. I.C, s«, m. t la. iim 


Italian Model 


Girls Don’t Smile 
—Walk Like Cats 


On Thursday the aeven local 
chapten of the Order oC the 
Eaxtem Star will again aponaor 
the annual Maytime Tea of the 


Victoria Unit, O.E.S. Free Can¬ 
cer Dressing Stations. 

The tea, which Is under the 
general convener!hip of Mrs. 
May McPhee, will be held in the 
Royal Canadian Legion Hall. 
1616 Blaiuhard Street trom 2 to 
4:30 p-m. Jt will be opened by 
Mrs. Mary Spouse, grand elect r a 
of the Grand Chapter of British 
Columbia 

There will be stalls of home- 
cooking and miscellaneous ar¬ 
ticles as well as contests. 

All proceeds will be used to 
further the work of the cancer 
dressing stations. 

The members of the Order of 
the Eastern meet each 


By E2UEN LEAIOYD 

There ha* to be a last word about those Italian 
models. Eletta Polvani and Graziella Palumbo. , 

They are top-flight mum- —--- - 

quins who headlined the "Italy on| y aanornnd with the dothes. 

Today" fashion show at the Em- The * <** know 

.. . , the way a Bamrai cat seems to 

** be moving inside It* skin —* 

They ro still in town doing Im- they walk Inside their clothe* 


Volunteer 

Services 

Needed 


"Areal they te-eleaU-i." now that Is never broken by an 
*hey add. “tata wby Seat they awkward movement. They walk 
•“ lbf " fairly fast with ■ p*useless spin 

* * • — thst shows the front and back 

I think it is Important here, to *•> uninterrupted flow, 
take note rf the fact that Gra- they d* stop, they 

siella and Etotu earn • great "■»>■ task •* —y —«i **7 
deal of money. ■■■• tato , m T m 'V*' - 

In fact, they earn Q80 an taai timrllTnn 

hour. they m»mw a akght epwarf 

So when they do not smile, *f *• memiu. a mN 

you tell yourself there must be »“k, » earetoro earew given 
a reason for not smiling *• * table -r a eo^bnager sr 


OTTAWA (CPI — Prim* Min¬ 
ister Pearson said hsre Friday 
that Canada needs more na¬ 
tional, voluntary services like 
the Victorian Order at Nurses. 

Speaktag at a luncheon meet¬ 
ing of the V.O.N.’s national con¬ 
ference, the prime minister 
praised the work of the visiting 
nurses, who now have branches 
In every province except Prince 
Edward Island. 

"This Is a national, profes¬ 
sional servloe. run with a min¬ 
imum of direction and control 
- sdth no direction at all from 
the federal government. We 
should have more organization^ 
like it. 

“The order can be very proud 
of its record of service to this 
country. Because of what you 
have done to make Canada a 
belter place. I am happy iu l« 
hero today to pay (tie tribute of 
the federal government and 


EieUa is now not a person, 
she Is a dress. GrazleUa has! 
left herself behind, she Is a | 
faultless coat and a superb hat; 

They are plaster iw^H'le. pu»>-! 
pets, mannequins with Hie some¬ 
how breathed into them for the 
isirpoee of giving movement to 
the clothes. The clothes are the 
creation of an inspired de¬ 
signer, breathed into life. The 
girls are the link between the 
creative 


The perfect mannequin. Euro-' 
pcan mannequins like Polvani 
and Palumbo, la a star per¬ 
former in a blllkn-dollar in¬ 
dustry. 

They earn their fabulous 
salaries becauss designers and! 

fortunes! 


EATONS 


financiers who have 
tied up in fashion houses, find 
that when Polvani and Palumbo 1 
show their clothes, buyers place > 
big orders. 


brain, and a star- 
spangled evening gown that 
some nameless woman some¬ 
where will pin her dreams upon. 


There wa* a definite mother-and- 
daughter slant to the Gtri Guide 
ceremonies held in Bowker Guide 
hall on Friday evening. Mn. Bernard 
Shaw, Gonzales Division commis¬ 
sioner. officiated at the ceremony 


when her 16 - year - old daughter, 
Daphne, at left, received her All* 
Round Cord and younger daughter, 
Brenda, 10, flew up to Guides from 
Brownies.—(Bud Kinsman) 


To climb to the top of their 
profession, these girls sublimate 


their own personalities to the 
elegance of the suit or ballgown 
they are wearing. 

So the face is a beautiful, 
cold, impersonal mask — aloof, 
rool. remote. The buyer Is thin, 


Now-wouldn't R be a deni¬ 
gration at illusion if Eletta or 
Graziella stooped to smile? 

Atoef, they glide by. They 
ibh abend tferoogh tbelr mink 
ryelaabee, ftoulleg Ihelr raid 
perfection. No begging, no 
■mirks, an winning smltos. 

Let the clothes now speak for 
themselves, beguile you with 
flow and line, dazzle the eye 1 
and set the Imagination soar¬ 
ing. The saleswoman will then 
rush up snd give you those 
sunny smiles as you open your 
pocketbook. 

But not Eletta or Graziella. 

Thoy have wafted away, back 
to a siore window, or • mags- and tulips twnkori the eham-el 
ztne cover, like i hr other works at Metropolitan United Church 
at art last evening fat the marriage 


At Metropolitan 


Personal 

Mention 


Mr . and Mrs . Ronald 
To Reside in Ottawa 


Hi* Honor the Lieutenant-Governor and Mrs. Pearttet will 
give a garden reception at Government House on Tuesday after¬ 
noon in honor of His Grace the Duke of Devonshire and members 
of the British Columbia International Trade Fair. 

That same evening the Lieutenant-Governor and Mrs. Pearkes 
will give a dinner at Government House in honor of the XXtite, 
who arrives in Victoria Monday evening, and will he a guest at 
Government House until Wednesday. 

On Monday IBs Honor will receive three School Patrol chil¬ 
dren. Lyn Smith and Allan Sayers, Victoria, and Brenda Digby, 
Duncan, who will proceed to Ottawa lo attend the CAA annual 
jamboree. 


guest pews. A deep pui-pose rose nestled in 

Rev. Dr. F. E. H. James iDuwion net veil formed their 
performed the double ring he * d P iw *s *** P«T>‘r *«*». 
ceremony for the daughter of m * uve ,ret> -'‘i** snd feathered 
Di. and Mrv T. H. Johns. 2753 whhe carnations were In their 
So mas i Drive, and the son of erracem bouquets. 

Mr. and Mrs. W. Y. Ronald. The little Gower girl, Nicola 
2741 West 20th Avenue. Van- Ann L«*ggatt, was i n a simi- 
couver. larly styled frock and carried 

Traditional wedding music * of B P rin * lhmw * n 

was played during the cere- lo ?T 
mony by Mr. Eric Boothroyd Rl,h “ rd H,r,kin 

and during the signing of the bMt man ‘ 
register he played a selection MAUVE AND WHITE 
from Bach’s Birthday Cantata. Ushering were Mr. Larry 
IN MILK FAILLE Johns. bride’s brother; Mr. 

Given In marriage by her f£ I Tl! d *v!' 0 £_ J^Lm*** 

father the petite bride was in 
an exquisite Blanchi designed 

gown of silk faille In floor „ JfL *7,,^! 

length style with a sweeping ?* Mowed 

train cascading from a self- n V ‘ r,l>r i? f Club, deco- 
fabric bow at the waist. The W '** u0 ? er * »" m * uv '* 

sculotured hndir-* feaninvi hr- * nd * h Me. Gardenias and 


Choral 
Concert 
May 14 

Spring choral concert will 
be presented by the Girls* and 
Senior choirs at Esquimau 
United Church on May 14 at 
8 p.m. Mrs. W. Pdwell will 
be director and Mrs. C. Wan- 
leas accompanist. 

Guesi artists will be George 
Kraeling's Trumpet Trio, and 
soloist Richard Wood, who will 
sing Negro spirituals. 

Tickets are available from 
choir members or at the door. 
Proceeds will ba used for new 
rhoir gowns. 


Recline gently, and let a 
specialist, trained in the 
well-known Krae Darasa- 
tron method of Electroly¬ 
sis . . . remove beauty- 
blemishing hair froip 
face, body and legs . . . 
permanently. 

The experience is safe, 
effective, and immeasur¬ 
ably gratifying. Try it. 
You'll love It. A phone 
call is all that you need 
for an appointment. 


Lieutenant-Governor of Alberta 

His Honor the Lieut -mmt-Govemor of Alberta. Mr. J. Page, 
accoBiiunlcd by Mrs. Puge are two-day guests at the Empress 
Hotel, arriving this afternocu. 


In Son Francisco 

Recent registrations at B.C. House, San Francisco, Include 
Mr. and Mrs. Milton F. Itewart, Miss Marilyn Wallace, Miss 
Kathy Tervo, and Mr. and Mrs. F. H- Bet all, all of Victoria. 


Announce Engagement 

Mrs. Kathleen M. Whittle, 1250 Balmoral Road, announce the 
engagement of her eldest daughter, Judith Anne, to Mr. Michael 
Brian Perry, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Perry, 1# San j 


EATON’S—Beauty Satan. 

Fifth FIone. 
Phone HZ-7141 


Jose Avenue. The wedding will take place on June 13, at 2:30 
the Belmont Avenue United Church, with Rev. D. B. 


p.m. in 

Sparling officiating, assisted by Rev. Melvin Ekjiwon 


the neckline. Her bouffant, 
chapel length veil misted from 
a double-tiered crown of 
matching lace and crystals. 
She carried a cascade of white 
gardenias with trailing free- 
alas and feathered carnations. 

Miss Rosemary Hamilton, 
maid of honor; Mrs. Larry 
Johns, bridesmatron. and the 
Misses Marianne Johns and 
Janet Moffat were gowned 
alike in mauve silk organza 


Sillers Honor Bride 

Mrs. G. Campbell and Miss Kathy York were co-hostesses 
it 307 oiied Avenue in honor of their sister, Mrs. Robert Rlndall,, 
the form er Mau reen York. The bride was presented with a cor- 


EATONS 


Miss Elaine Edge!!, left, of Blink Bonnie Farm. 
Saanich, and Mias Susan Brown of 1235 Transit 
Road are photographed Just prior to boarding 
Holland America Line vessel Ss. Maasdam at 
Montreal sailing for Southampton. Both girls plan 
on travelling extensively throughout Great Britain 
and the Continent, returning home early in 1965. 
Miss Edgell plana to return via the Panama Canal, 
and Miss Brown by air. — (Bob Boender) 


sage- of red rose* while rrother of the bride, Mrs. Frank York 
and mother of the groom. Mra. Ian Randall, were given pink and 
red striped with white carnations, respectively. Guests were Mrs. 
L. Campbell, Mrs. J. Aasen. the bride's grandmother, Mrs. T. 
Smith, Mrs. D.- McPhail, Mrs. F. Muddles, kfrs. D. Shubrook, 
Mrs. P. Rogers, the groom's nunt from Winnipeg, Mrs. D. Meakes, 
Mrs. F. Maycock, Mrs. A. Morrow. Mrs. P. Cracknel!, Mrs. K. 
Tomlinson. Mrs. G. Balt, Mrs. W. 


A.B.C. Electric 


Parsons, Mn. J. Bnughcy, 
Mrs. F. Minnie .Mrs. C. D Davis, Mrs. E. L. Johnson, Mrs. H. 
Kammon, Mrs. H,. Piton, Mrs. W. Walters, Mrs. J. Wilkinson, 
and the Misses Elizabeth Johnson and Lynne Hilton. 


omen Suffer 

cider Irritation 


LORA 

LOBA Past Mistress Club will 
hold an open night on May 12 
■t 8 p.m. In Orange Hall, Court¬ 
ney Street 


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forthcoming Marriage 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert W Rae, Ladysmith, announce the forth¬ 
coming marriage of their only daughter, Julie Roberta, to Mr. 
Ian Oliver, only son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Gunn, Victoria. The 
wedding will take place June 13 at 7;30 p.m. in First United 
Church, Ladysmith, with Rev. Lewis officiating * — - - 


8T. DAVID’* GUILD 
Women s Guild of SI. David’s 
Ouirrh-by-the-Sea will meet at 
the home of Mrs. T. Anderson. 
Livsey Road, on May 12 at 2:30 
p.m. 


, Columbia 


Shower Party 

Mrs V. Sinclair and Mrs. P. Lesaway ware co-hostesses 
at a shower in the Sinclair's Richmond Road home, given in 
honor of Mrs. Steve Noaeworth, the former Miss Anne Como. 
A decorated wishing well contained gifts and pink and white 
rose corsages were presented to the bride and her mother, 
Mrs. L. A. Como: the bride’s grandmother. Mr*. F. Comeau, 
and Mrs. F. Beach presided at the tea tabl«». 

Others present were Mr*. G. Roper, Mrs. L. Murphy. Mrs. 
A. Ball. Mrs. A1 Todd. Mrs. A1 
Simons, Mrs, L. Van, Mrs. D. 

Wilson, Mrs. B. J. Sanders. Mrs. 

M. Charman, Mrs. I. Eddie,! 

Mrs. Summerville, Mrs. A. N.| 

Bacchus. Mrs. L. Schnurr, Mrs. 

T. Curtis, “Mrs. N. Woodcock, 

Mrs. G. Roney, the Misses ( 

Eden MacMIllarx Mara Payne. 

Ko r ea n . Loram and Louise 
Comeau, Maryiin Beach and 


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David Richards keeps a tight hold on Cred, 
part boxer and part golden labrador, as he 
prepared to make short work of Toby, who 
is being held by Lani Arsens. Toby, part 


Great Dane and part Labrador was more 
than willing to get Into a fight and he cer¬ 
tainly had size on his side. 


Children, as well as adults, are looking forward to having 
fun at the Junior Chamber of Commerce sponsored Victoria 
Exhibition to be held at the Memorial Arena all this week. 

The midway is sure to claim the attention of both young 
and old but there are some special attractions for children 
alone. 

A mutt show will be held on Friday afternoon at 4:30 
and any child who has a dog on a leash may enter the grounds 
for free. Judging by the pictures on this page the show is 
well out of the mutt class as there are some fine looking 
canines that will be entered in the show. 

Also in the animal line is the Welsh pony, Pacific Prince 
of Wales. He will be on view all week and on the last day of 
the exhibition he will become the property of a lucky ticket 


she did this besutiful smile at her mistress was the 
happy result. 


Sheila Hewitt will have her beautiful golden collie. 
Teas in the show on Friday. At first. Teas didn’t 
understand the idea of the picture taking but when 


Debbie, Ian and Penny Sanderson 
left, hang on to their dog, Sparky who 
wasn’t interested in having his pic¬ 
ture taken, while Robbie Mathison 


with Pepper and Denise Webb with 
Kelly didn’t have any trouble getting 
their dogs to pose. 


Photos of Children and Dogs by 
Colonist Photographer, BUD KINSMAN 


Pony Cart Picture by PETER CHAPMAN 


Sandra Halliday isn't too sure she likes the Welsh pony Pacific 
Prince of Wales is starting to paw the ground but brother, 
Michael thinks its just fine. But Earle Pa I lister, who has been 
keeping the pony at his U-Tree Riding stable has things well under 


control. The pony will be at the exhibition all week and will be in 
the gymkhana from May 11 to 14 and in the horse show from on 
May 15 and 16. On the 16th one lucky person will be taking the 
pony home as he is to be given away in a draw. 


Arranged by DOROTHY WROTNOWSKI, Social Editor 


A sunny, spring day is a right kind of day for young 
boys to take theii-jdogs for a romp in the park. Both 
boys and their pets look happy and contented about 
the whole affair if even it did mean a.stop in activ¬ 
ities for the picture taking. From left to right, 


Larry Wilson with his poodle, Gigi, Clayton Taylor 
with Bonnie, the collie and brothers, John and 
Michael Shepherd with Robbie, their Shetland 
sheep dog. 


These daschunds didn't know each other before 
having their picture taken but they made friends 
right off the bat. In fact, they didn't want to stop 


playing at all Mr. J. Fraser and dauehte 
Donna, left and Twila watch their dog. Strudel a 
Tad, whose owner, Murray Price is at the right 




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By Kitte Turraell 


Today's Parents Need More Help 


with' DOROTHY FRASER 


It** ibMkMrty the gayest little ikop in town ... the hrand 
new jfcSi sad EVe Shop which just last Thursday opened 
its doors In Troonre Alley ■ . ■ that charming tittle street that 
every day reminds as bor and more of Maiden Lane in San. 
Frandoco . . Adjectives which spring to mind are "narkhng" 
and "effervwceiit" . . which apply about equally to the, 
fresh, sctntJBating riothe* and acreaonrua ... the aright young ; 
aalaa ladies shoe in the waya of laahion . . . and the decor... j 
la cmoMnatlon of OH English, Early American, and Modem 
New York . . . and if you think this sounds odd. ha l i e v t us. 
It's charmingi ... As you've probably gathered, this la a shop 
devoted to fashions . .. coats, suits, drsooea . . s p ort s wear ana 
•r-ccooortaa ... but everything Is e si setod with one type of 
woman ta mind: the young adult ... the smart career woman 
. . perhaps the older woman who la still like a girl in body 
and mental outlook . . . What we're trying to say la that all 
these clothes are young looking ... hut far from being Juve¬ 
nile . .. They have a youthful soidtlsticstion which b going to 
snake Madam and Eve a mighty popular apo« for smart young 
Victoria women . . . Make a point of going in next time jrcw're 
downtown . . Open Tuesday through Saturday . . . Madam 

and Eva Hhap. Triune* A day SYS-7177. 

There's a saving In the world of couture: “As Balenciaga 
foes, ao goes fashion " 


» for Hare are six suggesthms lor adult than you are. Skip ugly think of your parents. In a warm' 
retting along with your family, language, the dneefl stunts but casual way, every day. 
more from You ami Yarn Lite, the that seem cMkUsh to adulli. sad * * * 

'Mvci hies pndbed Was guide book, mature teen-agers, too. To re de cora te your room is 

Mrs putdtohad by Houghton-Mifflln • Accept the fact that you'll «■* ***** F“* '*■'» ***** 

Co., Fln a lro . a ad ao-authnred by go throi^h arguments in which *°P Interest, with your Mother 
r and Mrs. Pbdey. no love seems to exist. Get Father and older sister 


at you. and other*, do. JdCDOCTIYAim WIVES 
r d is cove r you really are The Wives Club of Certified 
ore than your share of General Accountants. Victoria 
errand*, or you may Chapter, will meet on May 14 at 


SJU *« 
(svctictf firituk 
imparfi far 
•>emm... NtW 


Mortar Boards 
And Hair-Dos 


It** getting to be quite the thing around tow to make Sandra and Tam. and 
(riday lunch at the Inmerial Inn a we ek ly date . . , And. we mate* as recalled bj 
ant think of a nicer tnvttatloa to give . . . or receive . .. . tocluded 
While any meal at the Imperial Is a pretty gala affair . . .1 m 
these Friday luncheons are something racial . . . became 

they feature a*ktrolllng fashion dhow . .. Everything about the j ™ | E | *""»> **■ 1 
Imperial's Friday Fashion Luncheon b delightful ... the teen-peieui ralatiom 
intimate dining room with its airy Japanese decor . . . do- honest oompdnseut: 
Hnoua food. brootlfuUy s erved ... the two attractive modeM thing without being 
who stroll casually about from table to table, modelling d* ranldM tel ttaee 
newest fashions from the Bay ... pausing to a nswet du rations 
about their outfits and giving you a done-up look If you're! 

Interested . . . Reallv. the whole thing fat quite sop his oca tad 
... makes you feel you're doing something glamorous . .. like 
maybe attending one of those Utile fashion luncheons In some 
smart New York spot . . . We might add that food-wise, you 
may have a quite reasonably prired lunch . .. (the Imperial's 
nmeleties are out of this world, we're told by a connoisseur of 
the eggy art) ... So why not call up a friend now and Invite 
her to lunch at the imperial next Friday? ... Or suggest that 
your husband aouire you . . . ' lots of men there . . . some 
arvef miss a Friday > . , Noon to 1:30 p.m. . . . and reserve 
(tons are a good ides . . Imperial laa. Danglas St. at Dfa- 

eavery. EVMftll. 

Cottons have never been more deliriously pretty. In more 
different ways . . . Plaids, cheeks, flower* . . . and marvellous 


Daar KIM*: I have bewOled can compliment them on. 
by your ooiuaan many times. You may be nirpriaed at how 
Now I have*two problems: Is many good traits you uncover, 
there a curtain key a girl H's important to be able to 
should use when writing to a express your lee lines In home 
boy? And Is there a secret to situatkwa. There wtO be time* 
Retting him to continue writ- when this will bring on the dia¬ 
log to her? Jutta. ru s ston s — loud and clear. To i 

Boar Jabs: The only “kevs" •«£ •» '»*>P« I 

a girl should use era them'-. to **** *** attbatlone- 

show real interest in him: tell " ray from home ."nd IunU > 
him amusing and Informative . Whmt T7 r . yvu ** te J 1 *? 1 * * 
things about people ha knows. £**«■ brighter pattern lor home 
to encourage him to Write reg ** * •“« •» take . 

ularty. because he hopes you h *WV W "F * ** tal ° ***' 


Baar Kttto TunweM: I am 
IT yuan old. five foot live, 
wsar gtaooro. and have a 
rather thbi face. Could you 
s ugg es t an appropriate hair-do 
to be worn under a mortar 
beard? TaaL- 


• Vary sunttos to mill daughter, 

your life. The compliment might Sawn. Marovered that the 
he a thaak-you to Mom lor iron- baoomlog hair-do for her. 
ting you ■ riUrt for a dance The with * ***** • 

doromethfag might be pra^w well-bmabed soft page boy. 
your tram suit or dress. The **® w *^* r Jtt do your hair, it 
conversation-time might be af- ***** be neat and smooth -or 
ter dinner, or .1 any hour when ***** stidtlng up in 

your usually-busy parents are ■» directions won't look pretty, 
free for talk. Send a self-addressed. stamp^ 

• Report bark to your rd envelope for my fact-parki-d 
group, if this is a group project, free leaflet on Hair Care quol 

1 so you can compare notes See ing the glamour experts for 
what you've dene tor your fam- teen-agers. 


fabrics 


will reply promptly 


rirn Floor t 0/ Faskios Febriet 

148% DOUGLAS ST. ri 


P.S. For tho finest, try Palms "Country Style" Cottage 
Cheese—You'll agree it's TOPS!! 


have the beat collection of swim suits in town ... but only ] mentioned this to a few 
m.wntly was the troth of this brought home to us when we people and they all agreed 
had occas i on to examine thrir new are ion s arrivals . . . ABU* , d u. - ---- 

ihe Prominent manufacturers like Jantzen. Cole. Sea Queen. •* w 

Catalina. Pedigree . . . plus European Imports In Bikinis that ^ “ 1,0 NAME 

should send the slim young things Into raptures ... AD kinds PLEASE, 
of materials . . one or two-piece (Ivies . . . sleek maillots ^ No Tbs idsn behind 

which ore making such a fashion hit thto year . .. Cant begin ^ .nssowA-Zi. 

to d escri be them all ... but a few that were especially eye- T. * K 

catching . . . a e n e pi e c e Jantzen with Mack qykto and lycra *•■“*■•* **• * 

stretch panu . . . nylon tricot Mouson top in an interesting heaping. Sines it is unlikely 
Abstract print . . We sow this one in Vogue and It's a stunner that the man slept with hie 
- $25 A 3-piece outfit consisting of bikini and "swim glasses on. they should be left 

K i- is in nylon tricot^ abstract print in shades of blue off fDr the funeraL 

live, green . . . Another knockout is Apiece . . . blue and tw-j- - - * a _ 

white check cotton bra top with high front ... white sharkskin _ . ..... * 

Mints under perkv pirated skirtlet ... A cover-up called a '* r> ■»» ■ wn “ m > 
"picnic jacket." In check, goes with this ... A bright Hawaiian fiance. He is in love with my 
Mace prim In orange, magenta, green . . . has a separate best friend. This is not imagin- 
Wraparound saronr skirt . White lace over turoooise cotton ation it Is fact. We've dls 
.? mrm ^ ""***■ «*• D~gMa rusaed it in detail and he iw 

M- Ev HHI. _ ; _,_ I fuses to deny or aknit It He 

Trimming* and arcemarif borrowed from the 1930s com- bI *° to br ** k our 

Element the new spring fashions In Paris. I Wtnairt because ho say* I 


mail orders prow ptl§ fflW 


took In the floral window at Sydney Reynolds . . . You see the 
Maori*tior. don't you? . England . . Primroae Time . . - 

VTountrv Gardena** . . . Fact of the matter is. these china 
flow er s look so natural you're almost tempted to pick one up 
and sniff it There are dusters of anemones, roses, carna¬ 
tions. etc i pnmraoes expected any day now) . .. and loveliest 
ff all. to our mind, the dogwood florals which were designed 
said made especially for Svdney Reynolds . . These come in 
dusters of all sizes, ranging n price from $6.75 to $35 . . . 
■rabie s which there are two outsize clusters which are some 
What of a collector s item store thev will never again be 
duplicated . . . The dogwood florals include delightful little 
brooches and earrines at $2 and $2 50. respectively . . Other 

Bowers. t««. m jewellery, clusters and posy tings . . . 'Hiey're 
Ml handmade in Staffordshire. England, by Ihe tuo Bridgviood 
sisters . maiden ladies who, besides being accomplished 

S ins maker*, are exnrrt and avid gardeners with a res! feel- 
g for flowers . So it's no wonder their china flowers are 
»o exquisitely perfc t Next time you're down that way. 
mop In to Sydney Rr\nold* and see their china florals 
Hsev're irresistible Sydaey Key no Ids, Ml Government Ri, 
%} . 13031 . ' — 


ThimtUtg" 
by Jocrnm 

«*!*• fvMw patent 
utoyqwd rrmm JuMfso 

paint 

21* 


A lifetime is too long to live 
feeling you were the second 
choice. 


tption d res se s . Not too expensive . . . Something they could 
wear to parties later on . . . WeD. In no time flat they were 
being shown some o' the prettiest frocks we've seen in many a 
dav . . . The gal who wanted a sheath settled on a delightful 
fettle number in nylon chiffon .. with long full sleeves ... the 
tfeher two liked full skirts with built in stiffened petticoats... 
one. a white organza over taffeta, tied in front with a satin 
how ... below -elbow sleeves with wide ruffs ... collared cowl 
neckline .. . Price togs o" these were $29 98 . . . which we ... 
and the girls . . . considered extremely reasonable 
"Thought Td have to go to Vancouver for my dre s s." heard 
One of them whisper . . “hut this one's just perfect” . . We 
thought so too. and proceeded to give our undivided attention 
to graduation and partv dresses ... We like the white Hnen 
with rose satin sash belt bowed in front ... A rainbow of 
colors in organdies and floating chiffons . . . some as low as 
$19 98 . . , and the whole range of sizes from T to 15 . . . Miss 
Friths Ml liner > A Fashions. 1817 Itongtas SC. EV HltL 


“Four Seasons" 

by /ocelli 

uhilt ;kMn point 
block pa*nit 

21 * 

"Cover Girt" 
by Joctlli 
black patnt 

19* 

Tk*Bm§ 

u kite jubilee patent 
• kipped cream |«bdM 


4 genuine u 


Patents head the list in spring shoe styles. Colored and 
Iridescent patents are growing In popularity. 


Here's a new concept in llvinx... 

Sitting here writing in an upstairs window in our Town 
House at Christie Point . . . looking over Portage Inlet and 
witching the sun glitter on the walcr and filter down through 
the arbutus trees ... we can't help musin- »«- **— 

time about what a pleasant spot this is to... 

fortunate we are to have such rustic surroundings only nine 
minutes' drive from downtown . . It would be nL. „ 
few more neighbor , though. In this particular section 
is called “The Oak" . .. (the or * ‘ 

people you could hope to meet i . _ .... 

quiet building in the whole Christie Point ____ 

really an ideal set-up for two people who like a relaxed, quiet 
mode of living . . Our grounds are landscaped and main 
tamed, but most of us are planting i ' ~ 

our thumbs for greenness —! . .... _ ___ 

come summer" . . These two-floor suites known as 

Houses, are very roomy and comfortable 


for the hundredth told my wile throe Kids 

.« only nine »rw too chummy a he saps it's 
lice to have a ox because he is respectable 
hlch and ooraro from a good family, 
here are the nicest Whet do you oay? — OUT 
mast secluded and SHOUTED. 

Dear Out: I say Mary and 

_ _ __ ______ Rex are seeing entirely too much 

a few flowers and trying each other. Where do you 
Who knows what might happen, think all this togetherness la 
- _j Town going to lead" 

- - ...—.and if you want |f r* x want. »o drive Mirv 

to roe how attractive «nd Individual they can be made, there's ^ n v- n.,\ 

a display house furnished by Woodward's which you are . tr °7 < ? K ‘ B J J| 

Invited to visit . . . Ope.i House 1 lo 5 p in. on Sundays . or * I,er ■ c * 1 °° l risiting should be 
you ran see It any day bv applying at the rental office . . . stopped. Friday and Satisday 


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Vjctora i Royal Theslre wUI serving and will include Mrs, O. 
Nr ike setting this evening lot Myles. Mrs. A. C Bridge. Mn 
- ^ fTWml - Cecil Lewis. Mn P. Bonk. Mrs. 

I, T“fT^ E « GiMy.HN K T Me 
in ike live, of 7% ywii women. ^ Mrt D. L. Eden and Mrs. 

]l ta that long-awaited gradua- G Webb, 
lion Bight- die culmination of * * a 

lh.ee years of hard work sad This mera Hill be a 

WUd> for undents of St. Joseph's rather and daughter breaklsii 
IkM^tal School of Nursing. n the s 
Imitations to parents and ,he *** 
f i tends have been issued by ibe mjon * r 
Sister oI St. Ann and the grsdu- * •**“ 

a iing class lor the CM annual Thr *" v 
commencement exercise* to Parnils nwre special guests 
Biart at I II pm. with tlpe Mont at the tug graduation ball at ihe 
Rev Remi Joseph dr Roo, Crystal Garden on Fndsy eve 
Bishop of Victoria. ghrfc« the "■* l-a*' evenntg the graduates 


the thme-yaar course goes to 
Mias Lynn Meredith at Courte¬ 
nay. this year's valedictorian for! 
I hi graduating class. 

Miss Bonnie Lgnch of Fentie 
has been named the bent sll- 
1 round students in the graduating 
«*a»» and will receive die covet* 
award 


ed Non Nobis Sohun 
given annually to Ihe student 
who most |«ra>ntfies the school 
motto Not for Ourselves Alone. 

Mias Hannah Okland. 1M3 
graduate. MM receive a burs¬ 
ary for the hlghent average In 
the provincial examinations by! 
a nurse from St. Joseph's Hon - 1 
pilaL 

Proficiency awards will be 


at the Royal 


Some HD guests are expected 
to attend the reception, fallow¬ 
ing the exercises, at the Nunes' 
Residence. Mn. W. W McLuhan 
and Mrs. G. F. Rose will preside 
a. the refreshment table. 

Members uf the St. Jaaeih't 
Imapital Alumnae sill assist in 


Also from Victoria are Mlw< 1 
Betty Lou Gertrude Shreenan.i] 
Mrs. A dele D Skaalruri inee i 
Miller i. and the Mlssea. 
Heather Elizabeth Stewart. ' 
Carolyn Isabel Sutton. Donna 
M. White and Sharon Carol , 
Wiley. From 9 Saanich ton ia 
Miss Sharon Maureen Berwick. 1 
From Up-Island are the Mis- 1 
aes Lorraine Ann Benty. Irene < 
Eliza beth Fssenmaier, Mar- \ 
Karat Veronica Fleet, Linda . 
Katherine Marks add Linda 
Muriel Ntoot. Duncan; Mlmaa 
Barbara B. Catwvtl and Fran | 
cm E. Davis. Campbell River; 
Mimes Jo Ann Marie CHft and 
Valerie Jeanne Premier g ast. ! 
Nanaimo; Mias Clare Margaret : 
Hill, KoksUafi. Mias Lynn Pa - 
trlcia Meredith. Courtenay; 
Miss Jill Diana Mitchell. Na 
noose Bay; Miss Patricia 
Ovenden. Ladysmith: Miss 
Alice Helen Park. A Ibe mi; 
Mms Linda Anne Venus, Port 
Hardy, Miss Sharon Beverly 
Wale. Port Alberai and Miss 
Beverly Ann Runolfson, 


PAGE 


Gardening Book\ 

A 790-page gardenia* book abated at apodal 
nadlttaas aa the Pacific roast baa bora written 
by A. R. Wib, a UnHerrity of Alberta gradaali 
who was la baa lac— ia Calgary mad later bailed 
far gold la the Yukan. He's bow a nnraery ataa ia 
Samara. The book fa titled Pacific Gardener. 


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social azeatbrnblp, including 


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STEWARDESS 

OPENINGS 


raefaved by Sharon Wate. pedi 
ruled three hour* at a Us«aiiaB: atrtc niirttog: Bartma Cttweil. 
Dance fa White Eagle Hall with room technique; 

many at their parents amongKathleen Hoxam. X-ray lech 
the guests. nology: and Brenda Hortie. 

Saturday afternoon a mother. medical technology, 
and daughter tea was held tori • * * 

the graduates in Okie England 1 „ 

ii Among the graduates from 

tory of the hospital, the gr.to- Andeoon. Patrtcfa M Cato 

.nag class include. «7 nurses. 

v.r>« iM-hnk-bm aiwt tnur * n ® Margaret Rose Comer. 


AIR UHES 


\ ■nine lalmirsn 
TICWAY ONLY 

MAY II ltd 

IS aaaa ta • pm 

IMPERIAL INN 
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live X-ray technicians and tour ~~ V ‘ bTj. , L^Vy.', 

laboratory technician. **«* Toddi. 

^ . .. . . t h e Muses Irene Suzanne 

feu-sary t< * A* highe*! aver- owtna Hong. Jennie 

age - achool ezamatationa fa JmoImoii . jLdHh Ann 

_ James. Beatrice Anne Jones, 

Roberta Z. Long, Teresa Lee 
g Leggett. Deirdre Ann McCtir 
5 | ton. Pamela M. McMillan. Mae 

r B _ IH - _ _ ^ s gate* McShane. Mary Irene 

I FAR IIB AID * O'Neill, Germaine Janet St. 

i aKmmmm him - awrt ._ ^ Fern Samm 


Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. J. Crombie. 2440 Central 
Avenue, announce the engagement of their daugh¬ 
ter, Carol Dorothy, to Sub-LL Eion Edward 
Lawder, RCN, son of Commander E. F. Lawder. 
RN (Retd.), of South Africa, and Mrs. T. Lawder, 
1210 May Street, Victoria. The wedding will take 
place in St. John's Anglican Church on Saturday, 
June 6, at 2:30 p.m.. with Rev. Canon George Biddle 
officiating.—(Jus-Rite) 

Mrs. Stone President 


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• you ran have a new ear-* 
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Ito $M for only 

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Mrs. K. D. Stone was elected 
president of Alliance Fran- 
calse at the annual meeting 
held recently at the art gal 
lery. 

Other officers elected were 
Mrs. E. E. Bridgen and Mrs. 
R. F. Grant, vice-presidents; 
Mrs. D. II. Ross and Mrs. J. A. 
Achrson. sectrtaries; Mrs. M. 
Grant, treasurer. 

Mrs. Kenneth Drury, retlr 
ing president, gave the annual 
report and pointed out that 
the annual bursary to a stu¬ 
dent at the University of Vic¬ 
toria had been won by Pauline 
Owens. . 

PYTHIAN SINTERS 

Island Temple No. 8 Pythian 
Sisters, will meet Tuesday. May 
12 at 8 p m. in the K of P Hall. 
721 Cormorant Street at 8 p.m. 
Mother's Day Celebration 


^■cmled Ion 

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These three 
L Jjwords are the 
•V^f-7./ « e c r e t o| the 
i'*.J ;y beautiful fit of a 
>-—J Spencer. Because 

_ j It’s designed in- 

V - "TTf\ dlvidually for 
I .i j\ you ... to vour 
r ’'.- 1*1 .town personal I 

■ •** 1 • • ■ >'«*>■' 

1 j Spencer btinRs 
\ i *-1 y vjout all the beauty 
‘ | I i of your figure! 
Phone for free. 
V ' y "figure analysts. 

Mn. G. E. MeCleOaa 

Ml lJakleaa A«s. 

Phase SM-'iIM 


Graduation Ni«;ht 


For SJH Nunet 


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HERE'S HOW 
TO WIN A CAR 
AT ST. PATS BINGO 


dull**. 

Ail eUaalfitd aemi-digplay copy 
must to IB tb# il l— Mi ™ of 
VHn fnu Lid.. 301 Dona 
IU liltot. to 4:■ pm 06 Ito 
4aj pur M paM nation. with 


WANTED ORE Atm) 


BINGO 


atton forge 1 . 

Uwlagty iwntonl to daughter 
l-wia and family. *» *«y and 


Victoria Charities 
At No. 1 Pensioners' Hall 


McCALL BROS. 
Funeral Chapels 


Extra Canto 35c 
17 Gamea at 115 
2 Games at S50 
1 Game at $100 
Alao 5 Extra Games 
at 23c Per Card 

4 $40 Games 
1 $100 GAME 


Ito liability id VIM tola Prai Lid. 
■hail act exceed ito chan* (or .ha 
■par* actually occupied hr hi lima 


A, I claims ua err* in pHDIicailun 
atoll to made within U hum there¬ 
after and if nut mail* atoll nui aa 
C'dwidircd. No claim will to al¬ 
lowed tar mura than un# irccrract 
InaerUto But lur arrura nul afire Hag 
Ito value tjl Ito adiertiaemaal 
All aatlmatea >d mat ara anptuid- 
anaia. Advartner* will to etorgad 
with •par* actually uaad. 

All advertising c py will aa aab- 

K i to tha approval at ito Vlciurlg 
■ ■ Lid. who reserve tha rtftit In 


Car * trmaamt * 

AALCS PERSON to MU 

l hom a day. Mu 
an hour 

Apply NATIONAL EM 


daughter* Mr* Rita MeFartana 

Ilf Vancouver Mn I. .Fay* Crais. 
fcdrryatou. Aha: car aim Ira Van- 
I'tovar B.C an grmnftdiildTrn 
and fi«w great grarakhildre* One 
•■ter Mn F Cucferaft Edfnet- 
liav Alta f.iur hnithwr* William. 
Langpird. BC Raton and Har¬ 
old Edm-eiti*. Alta. and Clare. 
Kelowna, BC Four stepchildren 
Mr* Aia-e Hartshorn. Bto) B.C , 
Alfred and Victor. Victoria. B.C 
and Perry Ban -1 Nanaimo. B.C 
The late Mr Phillipa wan a mem 
tor id Firm Bapue Churrti. 
Funeral aervlif will lie held art 
Tui-edav May LI IW at I n m in 
the THdnaun A Irvin* Funeral 
ChawS. Rev J A. Watom oft trial in* 
fniimard lit intrrmeait m Halley 
Memorial Gardena 


Whll* every endeavur wtll to 

mad* to forward reptoa to aoa 

a ilia bar a tu the advrmaar aa anon 
to poaalbl* w* accept as liability 
In reapert at lai ut dimap al¬ 
leged to ana* through either rail 
are ur delay in forwarding auch 
re pile*, feuwever cauaed. whether by 

aegllgmce or utherwtM 


Grrmith haa rrealed (fpttnfi tar ' i°fi 
an additional aim m ito Victcrla XU 
area. 

If you are aa aomal« (l amUiuua. 
married man. a**d NA with 
pruma aalea ability We wili oMar 
a lifetime career with: a minimum 
(aaranued animal aalary of |SH a 
3 men training cuurer wllh cm 
tlmani ra-lto-Job aaaialancc. full 
'vwipanj bear fill larlwllng ll« 
Imreld’t fineit profit atoniu paa 

i iSSl r RATION AL KMP1OTMENT 
SERVICE, Mft Jrtvwto ft. 


TO BE ANNOUNCED 
MARTIN. Mr Norman 


LEGION BINGO 
MONDAY, MAY 11 
STARTING AT 7:45 PM. 


Three Funeral Ctu 
Thoughtful and 


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altrurt vr aalary la right prrauw 
Pwl Office. Ho* SH. Ykrtora 


DUNCAN BUREAU 
Du nr an ChamMf at . C' mmerc# 
Rid* Poal Office Bug lie. Office 
and telephone h«n l pm. letpm.. 
Monday hi Hr day mclinlvc. Phtma 
Dunr.n 74AM11 or ftd SCSI 


SANDS 


MORTUARY LIMITED 
emurial Chapel at Chime*” 

■ Street at North Park Street 
ana. B.C. EY3-TS11 


ADMISSION $1 
EXTRA CARDS 25c 


5 EXTRA GAMES 
1616 BLANSHARD 
ALL PROCEEDS 
TO VETERANS' 
BENEVOLENCE 


Bailee Munteilh. HiAma A 
Cn. Price Walerhuuae A Cu.. 
Chartered Arc amlaala. to** 
nentn* fur t'nleermity Gradu¬ 
ate* i± 1 <er 4 yeera Article, 
ahtpi and Stoke Matrtcdlaflla 
Nvrer ArtideMUpi to tom 
the Institutes" c o ar ae a lead¬ 
ing l» I he C A. dralMUoa. 

Pleaa* rail EV 1-41*1 for 
intervira* 


United Stan-* representatives: 

Dc CLEKQUK SHANNON 
New York. Chicago. Detroit. Cleve¬ 
land. Atlanta. San Francuco. Loa 

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to Friday ertaft 
Sam to i » pm 
Immediate imemagi 
with Gf mi or b 
tael. 

CAPRC mi 

Victoria, rc 


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Tuurhe. Rum. Baalry and Smart Vl 
Chartered Aomnam. reqidr* a — 
aludent wn'Ji a**g.r met rtculatraa. rf 
hi enter five-year cm. kadmg Mi 

hi C A amliTtoim hr 

. PMww- urhe in to' Fort Street El 
| or phone EV 3-1174 »w eiirmew F 


Antique! ft 

Apartments tu Held. Fumlfbfd Irt 
Apartmenti tu RcnL Unfurnlahal IB 
Apartments Wanted 110 

Auto Body and Palntlne .. MS 
Auto Reyatn and Sarvte* HR 

Auto Financial and Inaur-anc* IIS 
Banda MuilclAna and Orchailrae K 

B-cyrtaa . S 

Birtu! I 

Boaia and Manaa _ ft 

Buildlna SupgUet _ ft 

Burial Parka . __U 

Bunncaa Oppurtumlle* ......IS 

Buainaaa Penunala .......... ft 

Carda uf Thank! _ • 

Car* fur Sale V*> 


Superth'rndenl . 
Ladyemlth. B C 


Mok Help Wanted 

Male ur Femala Help Wanled 

Marnajn 


Miacellaneuua Tor Sala . 

Mterelneil mp 

Mlacel larroua to Rent M 

Wanled Ui RertL Miaeel I annul b* 
Monumental 1! 

M.inxaer Loan! and tniuranc* It, 

MatorcycM* . > 

Movme and Haulinc . Ill 

MuaieaJ Ina'rumentA ........... St 

Miiur Tear hen .CM 

New Car Direetuty .. T 


Ckn and Trucka Wanted 
Chtrlt* Puullry. Uatchln* >Bv 
Supplies 

Comln* Event! . ... 

Commercial Pruoertiee 
ConmHearem and Reit Homaa — 
Cutiagra Campaltes Winter 
Rewrti 

Ctajntry B-enee and Properties 

Oiptrsre to Rem _ 

Ihanrin* - 

H*e'h. Funeral! and Ld*a 

Noncei .. 

Edtaiaiiun 

p.nrwmertj ... 

E»L'hand* Head Estate _ 

Fkrmi f« Sale and Wanled- 

Farm Implement! ..... 

Female Help Wanted . 

Pinnate 

Fhrettn Imnurl and Spurt! Can 

Purl - 

Funeral Dlrrctura . ...i-..-.--. 

Furnttura ... 

Garden Supplies . 


PerwmaM 

Peta and Suoutiea .. 

Ptacei to Vtail ....... 

Pruleiaioeiii Servieea .. 

Properly fur Sala _ 

Pr.nerty Wanted ............ 

Rnataurar.'a ............ 

Room and fViard.. 

R-aima to Rent —.... 

R'limi Wanted 
S 'uaikmi Wanted (Femalel 
Si'.uationa Wanu-d <M*ici 
kliualkma Wanted (Mala or 

r'emalei . 

Spurtin* Goudi .. 

Shivei and Fumaaaa __ 


MECHANIC REQUIRED — JOB 
Immrdlalrl] Sat ha fully 
txpertenred In snaldn* •• heavy 
duly mark* aad aeniI-trailer* Fall I 
benefit! C edart Duman a Tfana-1 
part Ltd.- Jamaa St. Diana nr 
(tome ?4ft4423._____ 

OPPORTUNITY FUR EXPKH1 
■ aied aalaeraan tu rrptfwM am id 

Panada* faWrat gr ' wt a* tale* nc- 

i laiwaailuBa. Drawiaa arromt aad 
all frlna* bearflta taa Mftft44 


1RED 


PAINTING. SPRAYING. PRUN- 
in* Handy with tout! E*p Phone 


YOUNG 
rar dn 


. FARMER 
CONSTRUCTION LTD 


Repair Dept 


Houaefcaeplnc Houma to Rent 
Houarkaepm* Rom* Wanted 
Nouaaa hi Rent Furnished 
Ho ones to Rent. l.'ltfumIMwd 
H'Aisei Warned to Rant ...... 

H vuM for Sala ..........- 

in Memorial* . 


VICTORIA OFFICE 
TELEPHONE 383-4111 


Satin Cotmt* |» «f 

if, kUr if, 1*44 ! “Hfa. 


CLASSIFIED WANT ADS 


DUNCAN BUREAU 
Telephone 746-5611 


TERRAXZO. MARBLE 
AND PATIO WORK 
EVMK7 


U:M pja. to 7 im 


to twprBto toi 
tellable Ima 

to •:« p.m. 


ae a a Office, ■ :M a m. to 
141 p.m. Naaft; to PH- 


CLAMinED OOP! 

DEADLINES 


Regular elaaaUied advartlat- 
menti may to D‘»ced at Ibe 
counter. »ft a.m. IP 3:M p BA 
ue Ito day prnr to publicalluo. 
Monday ta Friday HrbaMsa By 
telepAead. am la 1:00 

pm. Naftar «a toiardap ia 


M. * M FLOOR 00. LTD. 


HUXLEY - Glen and Dutvthy nr 

delighted I., anmunre the arrival 
nt Jane Elnabrlh. » lb* al the 
Royal JuMire Hmptlal an May 7 
A staler for Suaan. 


MiNNft -Bea h. Mr and Mr* 
B-maJd J Minna nr* Greif 
iua liitie Avr, Vietuna R.C at a 
(he Rival Juhaiee H aufal n Mai 
4. I'd! a *irt Claim Suaan. a ~ 


WHAN la Anaheim. Calif to May, „ _____ 

A 1*4. Mr Jam* Ailrrd Allan. CHAPELOF RflSB 

•p ft j ran: Bora m Uwiafa< <in- £'W7I* •' •'**» *I*r“ 

lam. aad had hern a naideni ■«*»! Be uw azui 

Vi. t.ma fur the paal 24 year*, c , vne 
r.eidin* at lob R* hardaon Street. S.N.NUa 

Survived by hi. wife. Gfunina. FUXERXL CHAPEL OFREATHER 
twu daughicr* Mrs. D. 1 Georgina' Colwood Corner*. Co lmaaft BC 
Ward, San Vram-lan. Calif r.n.1 GR HED 

Mr* R 'Palnrtai ArrhamtouM. -— 

E5^? ,fr ito5mg.rm" d wS: *.“ THOMSON ft fftVING 

Jton. Vanunnier. B.C.: aad eight Funeral Chapel 

ArranaemrMa be aaneua.* d «» "* WttW *** 

I a 1 e r by the saad* Mortaary * D:*n had and U ndarttaadlai 
Limited Service at Moderata Coat 

-PRE SEED AT NEED 

SHIPMENTS 

• CARDS Of THANKS v^r. luma Ptona EV ANftl 


RALni.lt Urn h. Mr and M- 
«ie’ D vukxdm. dW Wa 
ward D-... B-cm-veud at 
Royal Jut Sire H'»q>itai to M. 
1 1*4. • dviaghfe* K rial a An 


The Place To G6 
SATURDAY NITK 
May 9. 7:45 
Knights of Pj ihias 
ALL CHARITY BINGO 


HAYWARDSi CHAPa* I « p., hl „ 

art. at k ndnraa. mramge! .* gym- Member Urtm* el tha Uutdaa Kfte fvnIgnis Of f^iniSS 

pa'hy and toautilul fit eft attonw ftutortot Service Silica )«3 | , rnJARlTY BINGO 

M> and M-« txrnved from our many friend, and The Mayward Family ulAn ‘ 1 1 ^ 

• 1 M -.1 fvtkhi—. during the repem .ud- Brace M Lrydaa Form«1y *4 K. P. Hail. 7211 Cormorant St. 

mud at ■ <h- n V '«tr tot-ived **i and Cal ga r y I 

ratal to iu gt«nd«ei Rirtord Chartea TrtgUa. 134 HKDLGHTDN «T EVI»H er . , 

KO.li Alt. We caper tally ihato Dr C H - --- JU galTte* »i, 4 CXlra 

Frtlx and Hr MrCuimactoe, tmtwt CUAM INt filtNVDit Extra cards Ulll> 25c. 

and .tan <t R.i>al Juldlee HnapMal. CHAPLLN S HJNhRAL ' , , 

Re- h t Alien and M.oMii &-*«. CHAPEL *‘ W0 Assured Prizes, incl. 

| Nl ««5 n m : "'to ttuidneto—Cmtrtaay —ftarvlce THREE $50 GAMES 


R ft, R >ot>. I-B4 Hut. al 'he and III* A. T-.iglia and Mr and 

ft-nv, Jiil.ikv H.wct.1 m May Mr , Henrwkr* ILdrori 


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and in addition rham-e to 
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also Door Prizes 
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' Royal Canadian College 
of Organists 
Victoria Centre 

| 

Organ Recital by 
Richard Proudman 

Christ Church Cathedral 

Monday, May 11th at 8 p.m. 

| This ia the final meeiing 
for the mi-64 Season 


FflRFIELD UNITED CHOIR part 


THE MEISTERSINGERS 

With 

MARJORIE STURGEON 
Wed May 11 I pm 

ST. ANDREWS KIRK HALL 
Tk-keta at Ito Door 


>J i>artiers Wanted _i: 27 DID YOU KNOW? Wed May IX S pm f.» apprinimato. __ W*M 4 AV FOR WW SCWOftK I 

,hat the B-y h “ a PubUc "■ ^ 

•= Ttorto^A^mmkiaai til Service Centre on the 3rd...«f “* fan Z£T 

if. Trad? school* ::: *C floor next to the Poat Of „. v 8 ,‘, Nt 2 f a *» - ESTtK v««,. | 

■•7 TwkI" * nd TrW1 * r ,,,ta .M flee. Lost and Found ar- BufUlo Rail. Goldstrau Avenue. In ■■■—-■— ~ - nol vr.KEEPER wttn nervzirs 

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Construction Co. Ltd GRO-RTTE CO. 

» cm— a** EYftzsn AND 

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pStoS"S5SST i "Tbi! Pbw EV 1-1172 


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Parking 


FOR THE GARDENER 
AND HANDYMAN 


LUMBER 


Mj» Garret# and Tipping 
AIHI4- In permanent bund hatmaaa 
oM ami new eraerata aurtacra 
Ulaen and tool*--tor all Iradea 


We am pleurd to quote on twaae 
order* and quantit) lumber MU 
We na\e tuapltte at-aka ter all 
your hunt cmatn**i.«i rmatr- 
mrot* Lx* Fir drop aiding. nalahle 
fcir harm rtotagr* garage*. etc. 
All new. tprdi • 

l.imft Pda. irtii’y Sol ra 

I.IVMI Ki eror»mi. (31 id 

M « pre-TUI aUtde end paiMed and 
pte.-iM.ia trimmed-- ideal lor hummer 
urtagea. 

It* pc«. b) p*‘ Papa tor --P3 to 


fencing for less 

» ft pvkrl lenriap. o-enpletc. C> 
m " an-krt r™. n> w h,.*. 111 

» P baahet weave fenrmg. 03 
I3»31 CARPORT, cmplrte 131 
SHKRW1N WILLIAMS PAINTS 
Garage*. Baaemeni Rj. au 
SAANICH LUMBER YARDS 
toll l»xigla, Street EV534A3 

Sear the Mayfair Shcepmg Cmtre 
_Open SU Data a Week 

JOG1NDAR LUMBERED LTD 
LUMUER BUILDING SUPPLIES 


ESTEY CHORD ORCAS 
With bench, one only-like new S4Tt. 
Trade* arrepied Budirt irrat 
Fully guaranteed Lean in plan at 
no addnl-eul cud WOODWARDS 
MUSIC CENTRE. 2nd Floor MAY- 

FAIR. phon e MS-SEC _ 

WeLEAXS PIANO SERVICE 
Piano lunmp and repairinp. over 
3) .ewra -wing c*t I he prainm. 
W’.alt guaranteed »IBt 

BABY GRAND - PIANO FOR SALE, 
rent to purrhaae $28 per monilk 
Fletcher Bros 2B0B Doucla* St. 
!«B4E4« 


Nil AND I 
ivn ant cia 
7BB Tana* 


»U ROAD 
OR TmrV-x 
VtPU 


WAXTED JO BUY FOR CASH. 
Hcffllsnak. N rdheitrier Mav« A 
Rlarh or Willi* ptanu* Fletcliai 
nr.a 303 Deulaa It. MKH 


PIANOS EXPERTLY TV NED AND 
repaired Player piano* • apecialty. 
F reeman O R HUB_ 

KENT ELECTRIC GUITAR WITH 
amplifier, like new Will art I •»[*• 
ariWi _EV JOEfTT. a«k toe Bari . 

BURNS BASS GUITAR LIKE 
no* Iisil firm. WifUi much mure. 
KV t-Cito after JJB 


LARGE SET OF BROADWAY 
drama in aparkle red Bniah Near 
new Vary reaa.au tor. GH 1-gMJ 


HORNER CARINA 13PBASS PIANO 
arcordtrai and raar. Excellent rrw- 
ditsw ll» Phene EV P29w< 

GOOD SMALt PRACTICE PtANOl 
IDS EV 2 MR alter I p m 

PIANO ACCOR DtONll S WIT CH E S 
M-1M0 


WANTED ALTO HARP IN COHO 


RNISHINGS. 
ITS. ETC 
APPRAISAL 
ev pm 


GUITAR FOR SALE—EXCELLENT 
condition. EV S-OSSS 

AMPLIFIER I HARMONY l, <J(X)0 
at new. **3 tVMW 


S pea cnemirrOHd 
moaned, td your own 
All wuA annmil 
rarprta Call Ami 
Seroeu CV ytott 


BEKNIE PORTER 

music rruoio 

Arrofdhno loaned tree 


HE WHO HESITATES IS LOST IF 
iba early bird gto,hle* up our bar 
nin priced ueed (urtuturr while the 
healial.e hrauatra TAT 3* 
Douglaa (O MB_ 

APIECE MAPLE CHESTERFIELD 
•idle. 1 mateaund maple atep table* 
.ail raffee table Sim ■ ar oflaei Ph 


MUSIC LI 
AL1, IMS'] 


ACCORDION STUDIO 


HUAI XT LOVE SEAT AXD CHAIR: 
tarse nuhmim and unall twl 
rr.aat 4 >ak rtwiri walnut one 
Hard, tamp* EV 44250 _ 


play Popular piano w lkp 

m re*n* cuamalaad Mn Tad 
Wtmama EVtlMa. 


1 PIECE LIVING RO>M SI 

r.hjrh tiddh mi *wMe bad 

alilr* bui new romStwn 
ftl at beat of Mr EV 2 ««S 


PIAXO LESSONS GORGE AREA 
Ruth Sam pie. AT CM EV HMT 


CHESTERFIELD SUITE LIBRARY 
and rnfTee table chain. cedar 
rhea i cheat drawer*. EV ASnfi 


and Toper 
Of DOUllM 


RCA IT-INCH PORTABLE IV. PW 
RMI3 


REJECT MOLDINGS, 
mind. (uU-naind. rm 
d • v-Jamh. bajehuarda 
•tieam- 


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(are. Pee Ml BM 

Id [jv> and prowl fe*U« >n 
wne lumber Sane mall deteri. 
Good tract ha per M BM . PS 


1 Brand uee tent* -xertical louvre 
I arrrea tenre o* thirfc bull ceAar lid 
| me Per Ft 

Vretlcal louvre. I*' hifh. «Sr 

'Vertical louvre. 4'S" hich _ SNr 

Vertical louvre. S' • ki(h _«F 

Ha.bet Weave. I lush .. Ur 

Baaket Weave. C h!*h .Str 

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Picket trace. 4 bich _tkc 

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t Good belch hoe. X Mpb tkr 

1 Panriaire INaliartlve. 4' blsh Mr 


Television for Monday 


L-nr o4 ufe 

Dhtdce Court 


Mickey M.awk 
> uo-O-Raeaa 
FunO-Raiua 


TVTAIW’ 

By JIM TAVLOK 

Sunday’s Highlights 

S;0O p.m.--W*ltPT Lippmsnn’s news analysis 
1961 2. 

6:00 Walt Disney presents a special for children 
about elephants, called 
Niok 8. 

9:00- Bonanza finally 
Rets around to distnis- 
sing Adam'a love life, 
which has been pretty- 
drab lately 2.5,6. 

10:00- Horizon offers 1 
a documentary. Speed: 
The Only New Thrill— 
2 . 6 . 

Sunday’s 
Snorts 

10:15 am BawfeaH. 
('inrinnatl vs. Phila¬ 
delphia 7. 12. 

10.00 Baseball, 
Yankees vs. Indiana 5. 

2^00 p.m. — ColoniRl 
Invitational golf tourna¬ 
ment 5. • 

5:00 - Believe It or 
not. college football on| 
Sports Spectacular 7. 

5:00 World invita¬ 
tional mixed double* 
howling finals on a re- 
pe*t CBS sports show- 
12 . 


* •• 


Television for Sundav 


mcriBi 


Swwdr*. May IB. 1*44 


STEWART A HUDSON 
LTD. i , 

Building Supply Centre 


aiiRMTuia 


MONDAY MAY 18 

w Vktona day add a public b*H*0 
laba advaalage cd the leap holiday 
■ Mbaud wtlb uaylijbl aavlus ’a do 
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' WOODWARDS 
USED 

FURNITURE 
AND APPLIANCE 
SHOWROOMS 

pa-uas. bnck-t*. — ™ PANDORA AVE, 

.■^T'aeh.'eT^ TZZ nSf *-3322- ^ 216 ° r 211 


“My name k Phil Silver* 
and I’ve got a uecret!" 


Siindav’s Movies 

2 00 pm --Distant Drums il951 adventure!. Gary 
Cooper—7. c— -* 

2:30—Big Jack 1 1949 comedy'. Wallace Berry-A. 
2:30- Taiwan and the She-Devil (1953 adventure!,; 

Lex Barker 12. 

3:00—Thief of Damascus tl952 fantasy*. Paul Hen 
reid 5. 

3:00 Lucky Jordan 11942 drama i, Alan Ladd A. 
4:30 -Phantom of the Jungle 11955 adventure!, Jon 
Hall 11. , 

6:00- Ten Tall Men (1951 adventure!. Burt Lan 
raster—12. 

7:00 Mother Wore Tights 1 1947 musical), Betty 
Grahle -11 

11:10 Dead of Night ll!M5 mystery). Michael Red¬ 
grave—A. 

11:15—Latin Lovers 1 1953 drama), Lana Turner—1. 
11:15—The Last Bridge (German-made 1954 drama). 
Maria Schell—7. 

*11.25-The Easy Way (1952 comedy i, Caiy 
Grant—2. 

12:00 Her Majesty, Love (1931 musical), Marlyn 
Miller 12. 

Monday’s Hi"hli"hts 

9 00 
8:00 

Moore show—2. fi. 

10:00 Breaking Point repeats a much acclaimed 
drama. And James was a Very Small Snail. It's worth 
aeeing 4. 

Monday's Movies 

9:00 a.m.—Violent Road (1958 drama I. Brian Keith - I. 
12:00—The Easy Way tsee Sunday. 11:25 p.m.i-2. 
1:00 p.m -John Meade's Woman (1937 drama). 
Edward Arnold -6. 8. 

2:00—Under the Pampas Moon (1935 drama). 
Warner Baxter—II. 

3:30—Flame of Stamboul 1 1951 drama), Richard 
Denning—5. 

5:30-Stranger Wore a Gun (19.53 western). Ran 
dolph Scott 12. 

7 30 White Feather 1 195.3 western'. Josh Tanner-5. 
10:30—One in a Million '1937 comedyi,‘ Sonia 
Henie— 11 

* 11:00 Calamity 
Doris Day 12. 

*11-30 Doctor at Sea (1955 comedy). Kirk 
Bogarde 4. 

31:3S Rogue Cop i 19>1 crime'. Robert Taylor 2. 

* Recommended 


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Lone Ranger 

Ha ae ball 

Awakealng Ciaat 
Awakening Giant 

Bate ha II 

Bate ball 

BaaebaU 



Baaebah 

Uto 


Hairtull 



Bare ba» 

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.Spraklni French 

IXanwery i Fratival 

Edura lion 





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Couatry Calendar 

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Golf 

BkM Slop 

M'Yvie 

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World to Tudb 

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Twentieth Century 

Great Adventure 

Awakening Giant 


Brtota Arrow 

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Trallmaator 

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Platform 

Mora* 

Smote 




Trail mailer 

College Bowl 



Death Valley 



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Mr EJ 

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My Tnree Sana 

Biography 

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Ed Sullivan 

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Ed Sullivan 

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B Eelia rime rhalr* tor above. B 
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LET'S GO FENCING b 2-an i»mry rokmiti cMn ■ 

H Held awie. ai M *31I M ■ 

S 
■ 


TREE DELIVERY 
EASY TERMS 
FREE PARKING 


.m. Judith Lane's new show for women 7. 
p.m —Eydie Gorme appears on the Garry 


_ 

i*i l ^ cttoraM 

all*'. TV 

SSTi 

wswwtx taa-x 

stlrttv 

Otarail 11 

SAP 

A* 

U> 

LU 


Cartoon* 

Jack LataWM 

Movie 

Movie 

1 -Icacuii* 

Ttlaacop* 

Say When 

Word tor Ward 

Cuncentrattaa 

Jeopardy 

Flral ImpreaaliM 
rratb or Con*. 

Fan Fair 

Pel#'* Place 
r.4 Allan 

Keen* a Corner 

Pat'he*. k ng rra Fair 

Fair he* Prir * Ptaca 

Judith Lana 1 Ed AH*a 

Lucv J Emm * Corner 


■era 

MW 

II4P 

School Trlccaat 
Helene; Nuraery 
Morning Show 

Moot* 

Price le Right 

Gel the Meaaaga 
Mining Link* 

School THecad 
Helm* Nuraary 

Caah Carnival 

Caah Carnival 

H'*l MrUni 

Pei* aud Glad** 

t "*e to uf. 

Searc*. Light 

Sided* <w 

(Saab Carnival 

Ck»h Cami**l 


■Era 

IU 

1 «a 

IW 

Movie 

Movie 

Mmle 

Father Know* Bed 
Tonne***, Brute 
Bed to Grout bo 
Katherine Wlae 

Wuiata Wunda 

Doctor* 

Another World 

Yiat Dra t Say 

Ni.« Shine 

Nuun Show 

Movie 

Movie 

Drcember Held* 

A* Wtotd f-iraa 

luatotS 

■4'XJa* Party 

No am Shorn 

N.»*i Show 

Hoi* 

Movie 

ri nipiT a—— 
Roenpex Bourn 

Hour to Sian 

H'tor to sun 

AS* 

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Paaaword 

Scartelt Hill 

Take U 

Peuple Ar* Funny 
I»ay in Cbun 
General HoRiltal 
Queen for a Day 

Trallmaxter 
Trallmaster 
(aptain t'ugto 
Peopte * Chnira 

Match Game 

R.«*n lor Daddy 
King a Quean 

Movie 

Mime 

Motoa 

Taka to 

Ciant; Rogar* 

Bachelor Faihrr 

Movie 

MovM 

Hcre'a Looking 
Pnopla 

Panel Fata 

Fra Fair 

Alaakana 

k la al 

MuvM 

Mover 

Movie 

Girt Talk 

AM 

AM 

Living World 

Father daunt Beil 
Real* Dealt 

Mimic 

Arthur llaynet 
Newt 

Seven Shear 

Don Mcverr 

Mrvk* 

Movie 

Sian Horrara 

Yogi Bear 

Fun Fare 

Raote Oazzi* 

Little* 1 Hoba 

Patch** 

Patch** 

Rocky, Mickey 
Superman >1:49) 

Playtaiura 

Canumw ^ 

aw 

•JP 

IJn 

Newt 

Rifleman 

Expedite*! 

Outer Limit* 

Huntley.Brinkley 

New* 

Laa and Mr. Jaaea 

Movie- 

Giaiamoka 

Gunemokr 

Dun Mi*aer 

Newt (• 13 1 

Nrw* 

N'weto Traveller 

To Tell Truth 

New*; Sporta 

Wages Train 

Wagon Tram 

Wagon Train 

Higbwav Palrto 

Sea Bum 

Cimarron Ply 
Cimarron City 

Ut 

aw 

SAP 

IW 

Garry Moore 

Garry Miae* 
Playdate 

Playdate 

(Niter Limit* 

Wagon Tram 

Wagon Train 

Wagon Train 

Movie 

M'Aie 

Movie 

Hollywood. SUr* 

Garry Moore 

Garry Moor* 
Playdate 

Play date 

I've G>* a Secret 
Luc ill* Ball 

Danny Ttaunaa 
Andy Griffith 

Jack Be nay 

Mr Hale i Navy 

Phil Silver* 

Take a Chance 

Broken Amen 

Dirk Powell 

D*-k PoweU 

New* 

law 

MW 

11W 
ii to 

Inquiry 

EkploraitiSM 

New*. Stnirt* 
Movie 

Breaking Point 
Breaking Point 
New* 

Movie 

Mlirb Miller 

Mitch Milter 

New* 

Johray Canon 

Inquiry 

Zero Una 

Newa 

New* 

Cato Weal Sid* 

Kaai-Wrvi S;d* 
New*: Allen 
sttev* Allen 

Dr Kildane 

Dr Kildare 

New* 

New* 

TV Rlngo 

M'»ie 

Movie 

Movie 

ura 

ILP 

Movie 

Moil* 

Mi.vw 

Mint* 

Johnny Careen 
Johnny Caraon 

Np*I 

SUV* Alien | New* 

II 


STANDARD ITRNITi:RE 
BARGAIN BASEMENT 
Srollard Bids VWra SL 
EV 3-MU 


1 K>ke: All bna-ea nanplrlf arilh poaia 
| biurcb. Bail*. 


Tb Tad Tnuk 
Eo|a al Niibl 


TRADE-IN SPECIALS 
4C Vila* Paato Bad. nbtotai 
•pun* and mat I rear *4t M 

X Y'aKh'* Bed. r^raplele IIS.» 

ROUGH CEDAR BOARDS t** 1 * 


Per Fra* 


tv* la* lxJB 1 x 12 


F Ik Ik 3e 


To Tek Trulh 

■'*• Gel SamT 
LmUie Ball 
Danny Tb ,maa 
Bal lltamia 


Nova 

Mia* 


*,x*. R-XEti >13 prat 
1x3 Dreaard .13 pc*i 
i lxl Drraaed <• pra 
f tx4 Dr eased ■■ pr*> 
ITS Drraaed >4 pc*. 

I BC DreaaefT •"* pr*i 

3v3 Dra**m| 

B4 Drraaed . 

3xfl Drraaed . 

2xs Drraaed 


' f panto bed. rtubcei aprln* and 

___rnatlrraa lima 

4>ae Tr t>,< 114c Seankin* CahUarl wmlmit 
2x* 2xS ZxW 3x13 VPiece Chrome jade (It 50 

Sikld Walnut H.yr Cheat toe M 

Ikrcasioaal Chairs, frum n ja 

Dujn-.il Phyfe Glaaa Ttay I flr# 
Table, * limit Cii* 

EASY TERMS—FREE DELIVERY 
HOME FURNITURE 

S4c SI 31 Fori Streto JK? ILJ* 

Mr $1 M ----- — . 


LUMBER SHORTS 

• R *fl 


ITS THE BIGGEST 
BEST 


HOLLAND BROS CO. 

New and Card FBrallur* 

Mr $1 II W4 Fort Skreto Plam EV lens 
SPECIALS 

New nMpalnled ■ardrxw S« 5* 

New armleaa coaverlo rhetoer- 
hrld Mil* 

Maple hank brda with aprnci 
and maurraan S4S>* 

txl3 Aximnaler rarpto S4J 5* 

Like new Kletonilux vacuum 
rtraner . $31 (* 


Paint Sale Ever Thla one* a rear 
CT-rai VI■name Sale All lu* biamJ 
label line: Moaunnel Glue* aaad La- 
trv Recular dtoroanl 
Galkina, re*. SUB Sale 
Quart* re* (IIS Sale 
II a atobn* fast 


1 PANDORA FURNITURE 
Good walnut dmoi* roan laWe S4S I* 
(j 4 § 2-Ptece cheatorlleld. foud 
S3 M r-todilaai SIX 

Reiter burry aale dicme 'able. I chain 11VI* 

end* Mai IS If ynu pun aa> G r - ^rtferator. real 
paint me later th» aummrr order >'«*ditHa 


S4J3* 


14 ausiHrn sirvicis and *o 

DIRICTORY - 


run 


Cml 


Tea* Sttrtt* 


PUKL 

tmmd a ad RuatdwaS 


*1 BUILDING SURPLUS 41 BUILDING SURPLIKS 


CEDARDALE 
TREE SERVICE LTD. 
N. E. HICKS 

• Pruning • Spntylng 

• Feeding * Removal 

INSURED 
PHONE 384 8534 


ORDER 

TOTEM-LOGS 
240 LOGS 815.50 
Horn* Delivered 

HARKNETT FUEL LTD. | 
2333 Govt 384 2642 


COAL 

Veto* Cobble, tuto 
SitAer Biertd ton 


DRY CORDWOOD FIR 

fhtueia* 100% Hr. beto auahty. 
Bii l.jada all baadapllL 
1 cord III jVi curd a Cl 

Dryland Fir Sawdust 

Foe XReban ana Fa raar. 

DHILLON FUEL CO- 

EV mu and EV I4HM 

*1 BUILDING SUmiCS 


37 RROMSSIONAL KRVICU lao g 


SUSO 

Sni so 


MOORE 

k 

WHITTINGTON 

LTD. 

CERAMIC 

TILE 

Come in to see our Ceramiv 


CUBBON LUMBER 
BUILDING SUPPLIES 


"tor paint mm and aave ISS 

STEWART A HUDSON 
LTD. 

405 Gorge Ro*d EV 
Open all day Saturday 


IfifiO Pandora tnear Cor*) EV 1*31S 


NOW 2 LOCATIONS 
1720 Cook SL EV 6-5161 L® 15 of Frw Easy 
515 Alpha SL EV63288 


MILLWORK 


_ _ ci 10 

Jan.- (1953 musical comedy), blue prints iv>k homes n® *ixIi5iM l * L p£tne^»nss 

drawn to your ivquirrmiTriA Priced 
tvaa.tnable 3SV-Kto3 


SUMMER DISCOUNTS SOW' 

----— Cnal (hat laata Hlfh-lmat Gall, Mld-I 

J* PftRSONALS land. C xnmander. Cnmox. Eo«v>my 

furnace blend. Capmore br»iutot«a. 

Special al'ier blend. Meter-meaa* CRESTMOOD CABINETS 


SIIAWNIGAN LUMBER 
YARDS LTD. 

"Quality at the right price* 


* Tile display. Find out how k’Zbr? 


84 RUSINISS SIRVICIS 
AND DIRCCTORY 

Fa in tan and Dacaratara 

SPRING CLEANING?- 
I^et professionals do it »nd 
avoid the mess. SatLsfac 
tion guaranteed. Painting 
and paint washing. Free 
estimates. 

GREGG'S PAINTING 
Contract Dept. EV 4-5023 


I* BUSINiSS SERVICIS AND 
0IBECT0BY 


ALU HOLICN ANONYMOUS 

Bavin* iruubl* with yoiu drtnkinf? urMl •eOJfe ..... _ 

Contact Airahuuea Anuoymuua *1 RICHARD HALL A SONS 
KVMUS or P u Box 1. Victoria, ^to Ft^tji. S uur MB EV AlOl 
B C ConfideouaL 


; inexpensive it is to 
Ceramic tile on your bath¬ 
room walls. Do it 
have our men do 

UNO 
TILE 


have •'Wont miilwurti In 

(or complete pm on reaurai 


FINEST RE-UPHOLSTERIXty- 
Call KV 3-hlll lor tree **nmates. 
S'anaard Funuian 1ST Tata* 

FOB SALE BEDROOM SUITE. 
—' ev 2 -inas 


43 MUSICAL INSTBUMINTS 

HALL A FAIRFIELD 
MUSIC CENTRE 

Everything In Music 

• PIANOS AND ORGAN* 

■ RECORDS 

• MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 

- SHEET MUSIC 

• COMPLETE REPAIRS 

• MUSIC LESSONS 

• RENTAL PLAN 

Open Wednesday Afternoon* 
and Friday Eveninjs 


Flumbiuf and Haatlnf 

JIM McGHF.GOH 
EV 1 MS7 


SEPARATED WORKING VAX, 

• ar --X helaht 1 < « Raid like io 

meet lady age J| to J* for i\im- 
nnt'<nahi|>-no objection to one *m*ll 
child. Victoria Prraa. Box JT3. -- 

UAH~L»R1 VER.“FORSTATES TRiP __ 

i early June V|r».*Ta Prem. B«X MS. STOVE 


PRESTO LOGS 
SUMMER SPECIAL 
1 uiw <-•*) i»a*' Sl**»l 

III aacki kmdllna K « 

WILLIAMS OYA1. EV 3-SJ9S 


Bodlinf. Iktoitat^ and U4I M *° 1U»INISS MBSONALS 


AND FURNACE OIL self 
metered delivery. Ideal Ftaal Co., 

Lid EV 3-4«3 EV 3-2SC 


See the nice unit on display 

in the "Kitchen Trend Centre We still have some Lino 
Hooth" at the B.C. Product* k*ft at 8'jc per tile. Choose 
Fair, week of May 11th from 5 lovely colons. 

These cabinets bit deliver¬ 
ed, ready to asembte and y ou 
ran do the installing your- 


728 Fort 


EV 5-83(2 


Open Saturdays tin 1 


PLYWOOD SPECIAL 


A' fhilt'an Plrtfu- 
In .Nanaimo I'hnne 


ISLAND 
DECORATORS 
Paintots Papcrhangets 
Spray Painters 
Pla ter Repairs 
CONVENIENT nMfi.KAYMEh'TS 
Ply EV 1 • , £v« LV J LG* 

PIONEER"* DECORATORS 

•I HF.M E RF.IWIJtb 
Hrtuh. p v> and Piper itu'u,nii 
TIME PAYMENT IF RKOUIUEI). 

KV Mv.l KV 4 r\i 

SPRING DECORATING N<m - - 

Gmr to have ih« rvcmr uf s*ur 
l"•fn» painted A dm cl»»* job *i 
traainnhle price*. Itvinc tualav 
KV t«; > nights GR *•#«*»'. Trd 
Hul-Tou'. IV JU Ouk Hay Ale 

WEBS a »jn 

EV 4-8K.T. pAperhangin*. pain'ing. 

*votkm»n*hip Thirty yeatr' experl- 
•no# VictoriA Trrma tf deal rod 
<Ju"k rtran. rnlable. nrat-riat* 

CLARK A PATTI*>N 
PAINTING CONTKACTUItS LTD 
Rruih or apt ay Papertisngi ra. Tex- 
tur» wo;k. Trrmv if drai-mf Phan* hre« Eatmtate. 
KV UHU JS" Prmrraa Avr 


THUNDKRBIRD 
ROOFING CO. 

Spc wliata in Kc-Ruofinif With 
lrtlrrl.K king Wmlpnad Shingle* 

All Work Guaranteed 

Alvi Auptiratnr* "f Ihr Sew 

PKRMATILK-' 

Long Sen ice R.aif 
Fur Ri»l Efrii irra i Phone 

EV 3-8091 


ANONYMOUS MARRIAGE BUREAU 
Lice rued 

UUcreto PerxonU Service 


Wuad aad Sawdust 


Head im i tf -f u tk>x 3X1 victort*: SAWDUST FIR SAWDUST 

Available n«hl now. 
rill your hina m ra*r of atrike. 
By Hlower or Bulk. 


VaiKuuver Hrancn. P.O. Box JE1. 
Ail enquirte* arr cun (Manual 


LEARN Tit FLY-YOU CAN QUITE 
ruelly al Vlcturia'l inun Kuyal Cana¬ 
dian Ftynuf Club. 4?5-2<U or wide 
1*0 Bn\» S4S Sidney. B.C 


I-LKA.SE RKMKMHEK To 
up >«ur r 

t,'i SllKtl' 


Fertilizer Sawdust 

Double vreened for barne and 
——• garden* Larger auantlbe*. 

■lUK redixed pr.ee*. by bulk or 


CREST 
PAINT 

You can't beat this paint al 

any price Intenor paint in *£ D* sZ 

STRAWBERRY HALLOCKS Latex, Semi-gloss or Enamel 

p er Ra l 54 52 CORRUGATED PLASTIC 

Per quart , $1.51 PANELS 

*v**vi oa. e*rh .. 

PLYWOOD *'* xT . 

Mahogany ply. 3/16x4x8 PATIO BIXXKS 

RC V-gmove DGB. 

Fireproof per sheet $3.95 


ISLAND BUILDING 
SUPPLY COMPANY LTD 


Baby Grand Piano and 
Bench. Walnut Case 
Almost New 
$1,495 

Rent to Purchase 
FLETCHER BROS 
2020 Douglas Street 3834)248 


Be sure of your season's 
supply, order now- for mid- 
May delivery. Carton lots, 
(1000 to carton) ... $17.50 

Less than carton lots 2'*c ea. 


si** 
$4 » 


For economical 
! w-allboard 


' "W repair. Gtlmar l*n»- Pri-i-toLu«a pick-up or ttoUvcrrd. GYPROC STONEBOARD 
--—--— DRY SHAVINGS 


74*4923 

•53XI9J 


DUROID ROOFING 
ROOF REPAIRS 

2 S Yrar* Exprri*n.« 
FULLY GI.AKANTEED 
Fre Eatimalra 


42 CDUCATION 

TUTORING 
CONSULTANT 

IF YOUR CHILD 
IS HAVHH4 A PROBLEM 
IN ANY PARTICULAR SUBJECT > 

WE CAN HELP 

FOR COMPETENT ASSISTANCE 
-ONbULTINt 
SUPERVISOR—MR. JEWS BURY 

TEL. 384A122 


For bom* and tiaddin* 

] Unit* Si to 
SU tl.il Sh* 

Guarsnlrrd *U yrar round. 


4x6x%” 

4x7'xV’ 

4'x8'x4fc" 

4'x9'x4h'* 


Tahitian Spring 3/16x4x8 
Prefinished V-groove. 
per sheet $4.83 


$190 

$2.21 , 

S2.53 Toyon Prov. W alnut. 


A rral buy In T' thick aolid rrat- 
btork* Y'*j ran make 
pa !*i ynurar'f in 
tow Min Gray nr ml Mark*: 

tfxI3-burgalu buy .. 

E*v!S- burgmta buy . 

PICNIC TABLES 

?■ rod cedar. *rat* 


IDEAL FUEL CO. LTD. ... 

EV EV 3-3SSJ 1 xl ° x » 

_ 4‘xl2'x4b” 


Na Dwm I'aymenia-Eaay Termi r ®',-.^Cou5 l i^n 0, JPr. CONkULT!NG 

ISLAND ROOFING CO. ” r 

Hub NORTH PARK 
EV HIS SH.'tUS 


STEWART & HUDSON 
LTD. 

NEW ROOFS RE-ROOFING 
SQ! ARE TABS HEXAGON 
Tha :iama lb th« Guarani** 


SPROTT-SHAW 
TUTORING SERVICE 

Kin DOUGLAS ST. 


SPECIAL SALE^. 
DRYLAND FIR 

F'k lumi'T, firrplacr <g kilt-hrn 
Rrariy to bunt 

2‘x 'CORDS IT)R $15 
HEMLOCK SAWDUST 

For Gardtot and Farm 
2 UNITS . SS.MI 

J UNITS SkSO 

NO 1 SHAVINGS 
2 UNITS SdflO 

QUICK DELIVERY 

O K. Fuel EV 4-2452 


$2 84 

$3.16 

1)79 


$6 19 


$3.ft5 


_*06 G -IU.E RD 

SPECIAL RATES, PAPER HANG--- 

Inapaintibi and rtpair* It-.' r ».«. Victoria Roofing and 
••Xtrnor. (Iran. faat. rfflclrnt. T h 

Hark-r. KV 3-073 


EVII2U 


- TUTOR l^U — 

No Doom Payntrnt Indniijual alttoitkki ill by ItigJiiy 
ikilM lutura, can atova children a 
tr lwiol pndjlema and amckly rrlbn* 
tnlrrcat and confidence *0 nrcrautj 
(or a prusrrauvr achoiar. 
Insulation Co. Ltd. *uu grades 


Fa- •l.n-'l UNIVERSAL TUTORING COLLEGE 
- A.S.IA pyo.NE SM1471 

caii*^ito?. ev'j-lsts 1 Asphalt .shingles, cedar and___ 

Pb.NTtNG A S D~i) ECU RATING -Shakes. gUttCTS and Wall tile. SPECIAL PRACTICAL BUSINESS 


TNTERKMt AM) K X T E R 1 1 ) R 917 Fort St 
pn.ntin* rnd dc-.iratkia AM wrk 

Xiaiian'it-.l 


iirtvirtable ratra 
un-rad. Terma EV ' 


itiafacti'in guar- 
Ttw GRS2I73. 


AT SfEClAI LOW PRICE 
Y"i|- rytertor fw nnnK w:l! be rr- 
pralty d-me. Call D 113 I**. EV * '•*«. ''O’ DK-hT, 


r M STING AT A RfcAFONAHGE 
[t. c» a ' r«i > !*»* j.il, (’ll) af’er 
4 p ni KV I-IXI3 Free cmmAto* 

Fawnbrafcura 

Wfc PAWN :MOST - rHINGS— 
INCLUDING YOUR WIFE 
For m-tney in a hurry you ran 1 
brat Victoria a bc'l ktanvn PAWN- 
IlKUKEIL 4)7 Juhn*un SlrraL Phon* 


PARKER, JOHNSTON 

1*14 URuAD LTD EV 3 »MI 
IXSULAnON at If* 
Over 5.) y»*r*' cm- 
blnen rwtirnc* to aland the TEST 


COUHEES 
Stari eny lime Indtvlrtua) I* 
atrueuun Dirdoma. ref ret her 
and arterial coumi 

SPKnTTSHAW SCHlXJL 

ima Duugiaa ev 4 na 


WEST VIEW ROOFING 

A SIDING CO. LTD 
nr Rert.ihng ..r K.»if Repaint 
!>«»tt Paimcnt Eaay Terma. 
3M-an3l 


FINISH HIGH SCHOOL AT HOME 
THE 1C WAY 

Wot* Pacific Horn* High ttouil. 
*71 W Btoudway. Vancuuvar 1 


WOOD — WOOD 
DRYLAND FIR WP^D 

1 Never bran lit watarl 
Clean Slab* and Bloc Hi 
m Cord* 1)4 *5 

DRY CEDAR BLOCKS 
1 P. From Yard 
2lt Conta Sb « 

We Oaliver Wud to 
Cobble Hta Duncan. 
Sbawntgan Lake and 
Surrounding Dtatrtcta 

BEST FUEL CO. 

EV * 4634 


16"x84' "x\" Ivory 
Stonepanel. 

(4 pts. to bundle) 

16"x96 "x**"’ Ivor> 
Stonepanel, 

(4 pcs. to bundle) $3.50 
: Fencing lumber a s|iecialty. 

SHAWNiGAN LUMBER 
YARDS LTD. 

2000 Government St. 

EV 2-7261 

Open until 1 pm. Saturdays. 


Prrfinished. 

|>cr .sheet 

• • • 

Monday to Frtdfcy 
8 a.m to 5 p m. 

SATURDAY 
8 a.m. to 12 Noon 

LOTS OF 
FREE PARKING 


Off Bay Just West of 
Government Street 


Made to ward 
4 in cnmf'Xt 

r 


St* 34 *2 

117 7# _ 


fuinitukb 


GARDEN NEEDS 

f. ten tty* Lattice, per f«* . 3t 

Fan Trtolta. * ft. ... SI.#: 

Co«ni**4 Bn*, ktwckdoon 

4 a*r .. w* 

Both Store* Open 4 Day* a Week 
to ».** g in. 

I "* 

CUBBON LUMBER 
BUILDING SUPPLIES 


MAYNARDS 

BONDED 

AUCTIONEERS 

tone* tide X 
Content* of homes 
chased for cash or 
advances made on 
stgnment* for auction. r - 
731 JOHNSON ST. 

EV 6-5191 


2614 BRIDGE 


386-1331 


WHY PAY MORE? 


S. J. PEDEN LTD. 
BUILDING SUPPLIES 

CORRUGATED PLASTIC 
PANELS 

Yrlkra—Crsto*—WTat*—Ctoar 

26 ''x8' Panels, only ... $3.90 


R. A. GREEN LUMBER 
CO. LTD. 

2891 Douglas St. 
Phone 385-9774 and 5 

LAMSPAN BUILDINGS 


Stamp* 


DRY FIR CORDWOOD 

to -ph^a vSha’i vTiSt" ..'.r ,;.X ■?'*!!%’ Simp*, «“* construe- 

YKAR I R C STUDENT WILL »b"d. extra [wavy Idea] f r open tion, pre - engineered, KUKi 

post free space. Plans sui>- 


M"xSS' cdrrugaled p/mattr panel*, 
grara >etka> hiue. each SJ '■* . 

l x «• rttlplap. DS econo, M. izi.sa *«*« l ** *>• ar 

r - x4"xr rewyany. rach He awmnga. 

2'x4" random ecuni«ny. M sat Jo 
4'x4' radar gutter Un ft . 3Sc 
4 XX (lypftr |*Btoa II to 

■ Mexagttn ahingtra. t«l aq n. |S7S 4\*S'» SHINA 'Btrrht 
Mineral roll ratolng S4 79 4 \XXi /14 Vd Mabo«ajiy 

46 Ih ndl njrrfin*. tin aq ft to 39 4\7x3/M Vd Nabmo) 

! xt n Ptckto fence. J ft tu 
; U« cabin fenre radi. S' 

I fx4”xj" crettarOed [trail 
C'ncrtoe dram tlle. rauod 
4' 1 oclagnn n, clrar. 

n 


LUNDS 

AUCTIONS 

Tuesday and Saturday 

ALL HOUSEHOLD 
room. cars. 

RHONE FOR FREE 
K4 FORT XT EV 


PLYWOOD SPECIALS 


l*> 114 « liXO/l* Vd Mak prrfmtahed 
rach Ue txra-r Kibta* Mabuqant 

4»*» . Rt**ry Mah. laligMIy 


BASS TITAN') AUCORDlnN- 
ljke Beta EV4S19 

WILLIAMS PIANO EXCEPTIOXAt 
qualH) G R a5701 

41A MUSIC TUCHUU 

Leant la Play 
ACCORDtOM 


Alto 3 ft. 


K M 


EV 3-3312 Oppraita Pel Shop 

Photo Inqraylng 

PHUTU ENGRAVING 
Rail Tina :.ib» f nil Color fc . ljr 

Engraving Commercial Art cikttacl 

til penioruke, JUl! belin* Dnuglai - 
ISLAND ENGRAVERS 
Phon* EV3-Sh3l 


wm'r.itTSox spectai.ixt 

Canada Colonial* L'.X. TUTORING. 


Colleoiiocw wanttxl GR T-fihfi 


Sieliuminf Foali 


4TH ... 

(ubtr high *«'h.»i4 hlatory. ata-ial fireplace and furnace 
aludira and Kngllah literature tn and 12-ln. aluv*.wood 
the N',rlh and Central Saanich arra. Why dn you atrugglc with wto. p>x* nlied. Industrial Ware 
474-IUHk and cheap-quality •mod' We have ! _ . ' _ ,. 

dry and riraneat wo.«i in town, houses, Centres, Curling 
PROFESSIONAL stock up now Immediata delivery 

l CORD . Ill 

SS CORDS . Ill 


teacher*, all grade*, all aubjecti. 
—• *2 SO per Gwr GR 7 *144 

l NIVERSITY APPROVED Tl'TOR- 


HILLCREST FUEL 


Rinks. 

Call u* for Details. 


"* VE . VOUR 0* R - ^fur Tti'J J EV-te , ,2LlS. Drr ^V4-3ni5 ANYTIME EV 5-4379 


Tailoring 


hour Plvine EV 4A372 evening*. 

HIGH SCHO()L TUTORING 
HA RE Se-ial Sludiea. Eng- 
iiah. French. Latin EV 34*41. 


KILN-DRY 
FIR PLANER ENDS 


—~ fl«Bhi*| a*4 Hosting 

" PITT A HOLf LTD.”’ 

J WEI.HA.M. Prop 
•heel Metal Work Plumbing. Heat- 


J COOPER 
Uom * repair* 


" T *|i r xj>— aitvoI. H1STX>RY «, HI5TTORY 1(4. EX- 

tulortn*. MA EV 1 (B23 1 ®TJ* quali'y hand haded W. 3 
43) yoru EV 14432 —— - 3xS. e!r Very clean Guarani, 

4) DANCING 


Troo Sarvica 


SAVE ON HraWEEPING 


lx*. I 
Guaranirad. 

no aawdua! ic hill uf bark. Stove; 
Irngtha Highly recommended fuc 
kitchen touec fireplace, furnace 


ma InaiailaUona OU Uuiner* SUENTIFIC PRUNING. SPRAYING I'm' locking for a apare-Ume occu- w '»"d u dry enough for Immediate 

•r.' Eaquiniali ltd EV 1 7U1 ;emtvaii Large ahade and fnill tmlii*. Will I,** after >.*» 1 * 1*1 


INSULATION 
HARDWARE. PAINTS 
HARDWOODS 
MARINE PLYWOODS 
BOAT LUMBER 

Easy to Park 
Service Right Now 


__ tree* Piwc 

EllNIF. LECKIE iured ChSa 

p-umtnnv • i:c pa r*. .n-'aMa*. toa fe n. Ltd KV 3-1474 


ump chipper In- prtoeaai nally. cxnpltoe rtghi 
Lowie Tree Sur ntur flnam-tai alatement Pt«* 
EV 1 1441 EV 3-434* iPrtvaie' 


SOOKE ITJEL CO 
ev izn ev j-sra 


Vao.be. 10 ,: ill haSIBROUK K TREE SERVICE. EILEEN'S SCHOOL OF DANCING. DRYLAND FIR WOOD IMMEDi- 

s H. BROWN 'EV2-77J1. GK »4SU. pruning, removal Rrawglabi* rale*, bailee tap hat,*, twirling baby ate delivery. Baai Br, the**. Phone 


Avpat 


copper pipirg 


EV 11S45 ot EV i i-DS. 


. , why at 

, clast. 418 gutmaao Street fed 9347.1 EV 4-47M. 


We Now iMIvar 

Riinv.iny CONCRETE 

4 Deyi Weekly 

Mi«day Through Saiorday 
RUTLER BROTHERS SCPPUES 

404 Hay St Ee*Lng Cruaaruad 


IJVNGTORD 
BUILDING SUPPLY 
GR 8-1724 

940 Goldslream Ave. 
Open Seven Days a Week 
9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. 

SPECIAL! 
Styrotile 
WALL TILE 
3c each 
ID', off Trim 
and Cements 

Victoria Roofing and 
Insulatkm Co. Ltd. 

117 Fort EV 2-2331 


damaged- 
4xKx , Ribbon Mah. < lllgWIy 
damaged' 13 39 

MAHOGANY DOORS 
Exctolewt atam and pa»M grade 
All tiara a*ill*S4a 
rerxs* if. and taader aark 4 SB 

3 S’ ear k _ I to 

i-E xS-C xlS • each .. 9 30 

2*- xdC'xlM" ewes .9.75 


NOW OPEN 
ALL DAY SATURDAY 
TERMS AVAILABLE 

S. J PEDEN LTD. 
2S55 Quexnel St 

Between Market 
Ob* Block Eaai 

Phone 3863464 


.1 ADMIRAL CUNCOUE TV SET 
l-.M wolXkta rede. SB GR 4-4117 


FOR SALE PHtUPS 51 INCH T\ 
rat. Grtud craadNFto. BM GRIM 























It ft** (Cainuui 

*-■*■*. Mm* ]«, 1M4 


OWL DRUG SPECIALS 


X 

X MA1S SPECIALS 


il'an Provincial 


X Semi-Automatic B B X 


DELTA ELE4TK1C 


OWL DRUG 


X Leonard wringer wmah- X 
X ft with pump S3S.95 X Mayfair Man 
X Wringer Wulirr* X 
X (ram 
X Admiral 
X DUhwasher 


BUTLER BROTHERS 
TRACTOR SHOP 
Headquarters for 
Proven 
l l CASE 
Tractor* and Farm 
Equipment 

Ranting X Road GR 4 1121 

SIMPLICITY GARDEN Tit ACTOR 
T Sp. RutevaL*. rwlaa Hat alaa. 


j* line brand new tvra 

di-alert" I'KniMitaiKra. Law 

r r.-(W» UK idfetvd. Man plus >o«*i 
«*■ Y«ter llftde Sum I have la I* 


FURNITWH- TV and 
HOUSEHOLD ITEMS 
Conte w todw) and aave 
15'. * to I5 r r 


BUY NOW 
. ,\ND SAVE 

w w M> t*.it w s. ■'«! Win 
MS; Himj (mm M ■ I n u m 
|1HW;n O n m idn g iMu *«7 Sn- 
13 aa Browning. dUI. eject, irs 
13 (a Browning 2itoK 
IIM ft: J« ga Cteej III a. 33 S*v 
puma Mi ■■ Rem toll WK 

£ « H«IB an 11.1 94. I mm Li* t r 
• -O » Mi Hunter «E M. a ten 
Hrxei raw Ml »> 

Oar an m.«J»U Ui iteuaa (turn 
(■< pr« and Mosuils 


X REFRIGERATORS X 
X from . ta n X 

X Croaley Sheivador, “up- X 
X sidadown" freeaer, X 
X automatic ice water X 
X diipenaer $150.95 X 
X X 

X RANGES X 

X 30" Fridigairt auto- X 


LOOK AT THESE 
FLNE VALUES! 


CONTINENTAL 
HOME SUPPLY 

4U Johnson St. 
EV 0-2458 


Sunday^s Highlights 

2.25 p.m. Baaehall. Seattle va. Spokane KOMO. 
5"(10 Venture offers Doctor from Black Diamond 


ZENITH 

SEWING MACHINES I 
Fashion Disk Model. 

Reg. $149.95. Special B6.95 
Open Arm 'specially (or 
mending jean* t 
Reg. $219.95. Spec. $146 95 
DtaJ-A-Matk (dial your 
patterns). Reg. $21995. 


TV tenanted taatallad'te ragauad 
T* RENTALS 

WIUi upUue la pure naaa 
(■» M>la TVs ir !■" and nmoU 

ceatrtd mnapn 

C^F'aduuW 
*i>Euxqf«>inr or payments 

DEMANDED SEUtURE 
Maniaimr TV fualimaihnr da lux* 


KITCHEN 

REMODELLING 


T 31 INTERNATIONAL' TRACE 

trailnr *«ad adaiar i Mpiw ph«a 

• pull l>i»' 1 tandem disc. < cul- 

UPalar li nay Sadder 4 TV 1 Mi 

WANTED row SIMPLICITY 

UaeCr to* llte'rr WIU attdau 

• ew-ha a g e lur SimpUril* imi> 


SHOCKINGI 


Virtonw’* One-S*op 
Kitchen Centre 


8:05 North American broadcast premiere of the 
comedy Maiva. by Stravknaki CBU. 

8:35—Peace as Long as It Lusts, a satire- CBU. 

Sunday 9 s News 

9:00 aim.—BBC News and commentary from Lon¬ 
don—CBU 

7:00 pm.—CBC News from Toronto. 

Mondays Highlights 

9 00 a m. Two on the Aisle CKAX. 

1:00 pm Limelight- CFAX. 

4 30—Doug Taylor's Carousel—CFAX. 

8:25- Baseball. Seattle vs. Spokane KOMO. 

9:0ft Summer Fallow drama CBU. 


X mstir electric 1129.95 X 
X 30" RCA Automatic X 
X 30” RCA Estate Auto- X 
X matic electric . $129.95 X 
X 30" Moffat X 

X electric .. 09 95 X 

X 40" Norge automatic X 
X electric $59 95 X 

X 40 ' Acme. 5-bumer. X 

X electric $59 K X 

X Gurney Oil X 

X Range 199.95 X 

X Enterprise Oil “ X 

X Range $99.95 X 

X Beach Oil Range $49 95 X 
X Gurney Gas X 

X Range $41 * X 

X Sawdust Range $29.15 X 
X Wood and Coal X 

X Range 119 95 x 

X X 

X USED TV* X 

X Rent to Purchase X 


ROBLNSON'S 


We can take care of the 
entire Job! 


i* THE 

VICTORIA PHARMACY 
1000 Douglas Street 
3W1811 


naiD OOMKLNE RIMER TAKE 
dl Wl'ew ala. IMS VI aa Inxrh 


tepee aUmatety -» af ->iguial -te 
Rrteaaed ihla *tr fra rate sale or 
la hr rarer nayaaeais. Alai rpwaa- 
araaed and and TV■ CR vgOtet • 
c;r VT2H _____ 

NEW PHILIPS STEMBO HIGH 
fidelity tumOirwOua with nri-efter- 
alar. Value BMP llaliaa nmu- 
rial dr luar i aU mn PM rads.. haa 
SuiS -la duadr aataaaa rM MX’ 


Special 


USED GUNS BOUGHT 
AND SOLD 

See hi lur )our fiahite lat-Ma 
twrdr Ha>' rasy trrmi 
Opan « daja. including Wedueaday 

Viilona Tire Ltd. 

Guvaraawnt at Hrnld tv 241*4 


IRRIGATION PI MP 7',-HP Bl'ILT 
toartferr. peel rot iindlltcn (275 


CABINETS 
SINKS and 
COUNTER TOPS 
PLUMBING 
REMODELLING 


One Only! 

Electric Chord Organa 
Reg. $219.95. Special $156.95 

14-Fi Freezer Fridge 
2-Door Combinatiun. 
ino front ever i 

Special $349.95 

TAPPAN GURNEY 
30” Electric Range 
Fully Automatic 
Special $239.96 
No Down Pay ment 
$13.00 a month 


Silk prints. Tervlene. cot¬ 
ton*. Seersucker. Amel }er- 
aey. Personal fittings. 
KAROLYN’.S 
STYLE SHOPPE 
2519 Estevan EV 2 9bb2 


nmerler uc l Value (aTi 
ev vaiTv. ca >aa _ 

>11 TV SIS VICE CHECKOVKR 


Used guns bought and sold 

Vn'l Br+itwun. t iu aatitli 
Ita Waad _ EV Mail 

32 ALTYIMATJT PIRTOC LIKE 
nrw wlh extra Hip and cam md 


Frees Eati mates 
Phone Today! 


Mr uxaAaal tawli aatnt> aatni 
r lain! iiabwa ryaipanml an 
mead h) qua titled trrhnkiari 
■lire BratMn. aa Douglai at. 


BARGAIN'S 

Oerhrad |i: ijf duor I \V wid 
panel ■rrlieaal C«m*fK with all 
hardw-aix SIB Aitdiali rhlac 
■hrnslrx IS in vl< In V- earn Ra- 
pan tout suun and n«d Ira'n, 
■nmal iiK mrif fum W ■ art. 
Mndrmfnid virji Siwi rmaain f.xd- 
IDS duir It id* Special 
One avd ietlae<**it «at 014 
* J Prdan Ud *M gueaarl H , 


W, R. MENZ1ES 
A CO. 


Mondays Netvs 

9 00 a m —BBC news from London—CBU. 

7:00 p.m —CBC News—CBU. 

(Most stations carry news broadcasts every hour 
on the hour or half hour. Broadcasts listed above are 
national network newscasts.) 


EV 3-1112 


CONCRETE BIRD BATHS PLANT 
•fa. sardrn iimamrnU. li(una«v. 
•It Vr -Uitfba <d DacMnliv* Alia. 
US3 Quadra at TMm>a 


USED OUTBO.XRDS 
SALE! 

KVl.MtnW, J‘» hp. * 

EVINRI DE J', h p, a 

Ml KV1NRIIDE. 3 hp. 


11AY FEVER 
PROBLEMS? 

Etarirufi-me Hpnnxhirr WiUl tix 
auMt in Carton Pttlrr Uhl the Pet- 
mai-twnt ►''Her gl»e* vou Irexli 


' - SMM 
■ • naMn aiaup 
Qaadra Ajpliama 
Q—dri gtrccL 


REPOSSESSED! 
Automatic Washer 
112 -lb: load* 

Take Over Payments 
$190.00-110.50 month 


ITALiAN I12Z.S 
Wife fpewti kwau w< 
and all the irlmmimta 
Ala. 


EMERALD LAWNS LTD. 
383-4136 

For a Lawn You’ll 
Be Proud of 
Free Estimates 
C. 3. McDowell 
’ 757 Fort St. 


•GILD TOUR OWN Rt-FL LARGE 


M JOHVNlW 3S Ivp SUM* 

•I MEKC SI ti n. L’lT'n 

51 MERT. M h.p.. K«UU 

3# C.ALE U h p LM K 

« MERT S hp Her has 

than, cxatruii. like new |T4* IK 

BOATS ! ! 

>EW:-ty Bnuwwmk fuller e.im. 

{ <*• • * twdwarr Mk«h 

f • to-i Iwv tm i« 

NEW—0 Galax) Alum.mint SMS 00 
LEADING WITH 
MARINE VALDES 

MERCURY MARINE 
736 Clnvpfdale EV 5«22 
— Go Merc — Have Fun! - 


X NEW SPECIAL! X 

X 20 cu. ft Ben Hui X 

X Home Fre eze r $225.95 X itu“'.r“ ,i?‘ 

V — Y MaJe_»,r 


e.fh al UtA IpMkatA mu rfath 
We itntrof i vou. William**'* 
Camera 4 SMI MS Van Street 

TV ANTENNA CLEARANCE. NEW. 
aaed. denvmumk"- We*' at leal 
than pnoa! Tele TV.-* Eetncai. 
UK Whail » XV MM 


C l 10 fitter tail dual, lint and p- 1 "** 724 Fort 
'ore It c*n imnda* up ru“ r home | 
ir assravalr allerlle- The rhoraii 

of duiuns and wall waahiac oai twl -- 

re.lured EpinaAirt filler* -W eve*'SPECIAL*' 
the (Mai: dual that aettlm u* fur- Al Oalu-reat 
mtute *«!• drapeetai. ixwer* mlr- Mtmp HU * 
mm wind-wt aad cr>ataL i PVatr. Riibll 

ONLY M* PMd out law* from li) 

Surgical Supplies Ltd. 

Dtv McGdl a Clone Salad r.nvt 

»M Bnwd IV AH4B to era*. 

--—--—- ; Maixm. leai 

CLEARARCV. Ok im Lh 

s LENGTH hl-KEVE Pam. Red: 

SPORTS SHIRTS Law. I <m 

Dirman* "n Dmiala* *h Candy Cai 


MAIS FURNITURE 
AND APPLIANCES 
1821 Cnnk Street 
EV 5-2435 


SPRING SPECIALS 


IS' AUXILIARY SLOOP, liter nea 
i ienptete wllh all rquipmeni needr.1 
(•>r .naiatnc Motur is a Wittonain 
ait-r-xArd a-tth tr’er*- gear. I3*i 
down, LN.B per mtailA 


TV ANTENNAS MASTS AKD AC- 
reiaunn Mr 4a It ■—-niter* 
»Ml Slais IBS DuuxMa- 

TT~ ELRrrWOHOMr PDRTAI1LI 
TV BA Butler BtvtWra. ItJB Duug 
la. SI., tvmi _ 

HINTS PORTABLE BUTPOIVT 
Tv and slaad. ^ad ewndiuwi. Sail. 

G R Htfl __ 

PHILIP* RADttVHMr, COMBIN'A- 
IVa new candiuun EV 3-*H*l. 


II XT LAP5TRAKE Rl'NABlX'T 
uith 1 Jotamm m<*>r* TN-i* hoat 
i* in iNjwRxmi I'ondilvti Owhlunt 
ninirAe. x i wet t em-icr. hrrraltie car 
'-** and rnrtqdt i i>»u all Inrtndrd 
Trailer and •»■"••••* a»i aval 
• ri-guuad Im Ann. M •>: 

iwr mumh 


•*> lYuay Apfde Jua-e lai 


Waal, Yeas Spray lag 

CX STCa< _ SPHAYlNTJ rot. logan- 
tierriea. >t.awherrtn a»l orrhard* 
el- free evimutea. Heaaunable. 
Phuae Man. <71-HU 


'* Mrrturj 15 tip. etotnc alart 
with icnerat'ir 

Pay-- an Lp. Mercurj. lung adafL 
rto-ru wan 

Pair J3 hp Johna-m lunj iMIt. 
atretne itail at guud vuu 

CRi-L-iTLI NKR 
ALt'.MtNIM BOATS 

UTueemaw, S ^» 

1» Hunatoait eqaippe-t 
with Windshield, rteer 
mg. lightt. etc ITS* MSd 


EV3T I T5 A a yfna EVStTO 
TV SERVnt^ ANYTIME 
EV i- WSl: afire I call »S-*RB 

21 TV ON SWIVEL STAND BEST 
nller EV 2-OVM 

WBI SYLVANIA IMINCH TV SET. 

IP BMMUW iniuSUe SITS. <n-lLn 


pore IiAmi *iu *ril lur * >T KKIDGKDfXK CKI ISER 

l lauie EVlttM alter (pm. an *Mh CfcrvHrr RmaJ marine rnglne 
day Sanaa. Equipment includis ml raru*. radlu 

_ l«> me and all etpiipmi-nl f-e- t ruis- 

----mg Ri-ady to go. $1:30 d.ineg. Hill 

H GLARCRAtT DE LINE RUN- pr, m-mth. 
ah mi. (Ah p. Evinnrde lAlet]tup¬ 
ped Trailer Imluded t'sed lent 
than lit* xan Adju«tahte prop- 

» * “ ,jn< Pr,p * rurhi twee .Mr l-ling. Ha-.-dr man, 
.«her* vthic-ft mat hr map.- ted b> 
api»iimrner* Set- Sieve Du-ltihun 
.ir Lean Klmpaiai pa- (wether parii- 
■ uarx , — 


MOTHERS 


T N- atone are ai«i J itf -he M ai 


,nd apettwl 1 Uaa »■ «f»" rlolhm* 

- Llhb )Fwy nc+4 jm^dn«ly lm 

VN TWla J nm iSt- High « 

■ ppliBBT«fl. Lib^i • Om» Bnmn BmmMm 

rqulpmrm ^VesrUrwii ? tin* Ar W# u 

►ijipi vrsflBf use nnrv « (Mrvm Kmii. l««iV4»ge 

Small c*r We rwene ihr m IlmH w ** 

--_ ( THE MAGI' 

i T TYPE HEANT DUTY BOX TRAILER *1 MM hhrl 

type gunr h> M' $4): ftoxavnle uniform *ure PTi n 

hr neiet-tinn 10-12 $5 Gut* dreaa and hat itre Hour*: till In 
model. d) 14 15 Cub hat and acart (I. 48 re- and hr Ida 

hrpl Mam corded armrdten Ifwm ($5. dull-- 

huga) near net* »J* 5 aluaunam ™CI 

—_ . chair irwmrw. C each a> rren Amr Shear* hand i 

laa. CAR- a dr and Midwi E PTi ahaepened t\MA 
la. Therm.a <;r »y>v KEY* CIG 

tip Cut*. S4 —— ■■ - - i KEYS KITTE 

. liar 5. B. RECLAIMED KtTRXO Loi-ti rmp 

4 Sleeping H'tu veil at *T». . ..le Ttua It a Service « 

tidier quality nami brand that >*• Sew- Card 
rLX, ' '•"* »' W>« l«wrJo reliable PRICE'S 

NEW COIR p.m .• lam * coat GR MM4 and M7 rial to£M| 
4 bumper*, noina 
r. garbage 
lawawnower. 


SUZUKI SALES 

3E.O Ruck Bay Ave EV 2-4512 

SEW AMD USED 
H-mB* KA. Triumph and (Uifta*. 

Le* Blow to Moicrcyxd* Sale* Ud. 
2S4A Dou«ta> 384TS41 

AMOR MOTORCYCLE SALES 
Ltd lil" Pandora BtS-lun Im¬ 
pel* BuliatM -IS atudci*'. BrnrtL. 
M .UA Hnyai Enfield Smtd.’r 

DA B * A (SB SUPER R11AD BMCk- 
•< ev-ellaM owAl.a Be.i niter 

t: V 1-5613 ___ 

REST BUY YET BSA TRAIL 
Hr one BmMdwnd* Malotntle 
E V >5EX ___ 

ISO TRIUMPH a* LIKA NEW 
«e<» 1*1 Royal Enfle* TOO. -«e 

A* n r ■* BW BBS_ 

RARLEY 74 REB1TLT KILLY 
•quipped tffl KVUIJ_ 


BRITISH 

SEA-BEE OUTBOARD MOTORS 
IS HP C2S 50 

4-R.P. S'MM 

SCUBA SHOP 

INK Duglaa EV i-4773 

32-KT. ~SEDAN CRL'iSEH—rTLLY 
ruu.pped indudina «ew ihlp-tn-ihnre 
radl-i tnd depth flnriai Kridge 
Cose, etc Excellent roodiii n 

ttm*jftuxii Speedway YTaton nigh: 
call*. GR * WW _ Lut 5 ur bunt where' It * 

PHItEESflONALLY BI'ILT If A „ skM .„ llln|M 
a* 1 . ItlMi'gia* to>al ullh ma- \| mu n >i hit Juhn- 
il«i *j*i iiiTin^ Imilur ind c*7u5 . .rffpr 

1X1 H hp Kvifirudr. The wtkilr ui . ... . _ . 

Nfcr-nrw randiilon. IX Phiw *, , '* n * t *** 9 

rv VT-41 'UD liallet 

..—--IS Im.wtil i u»l*>m-iiui!t 

BOAT BUILDING AND REPAIRS hp CieitinrnUI V-K >p 
Caulking and painting Marine «*>* 45 mph. 

*vwj table Many mure lu i-bn 


MUU_INS MARINE 
SALES LTD." 

Yates EV 2-1928 


VAN ISLE MARINA LTD 

Ts.-hum llartomr Sidney. GKVllJh 
In YaiMxaivet Ml'tual l-'.’HS 


Gt AKANTKED 
I •NED OUTBOARDS 
yi Men*r; «u h .n 
•i .L-hnaoii 7'. h.p 

E> itiiaA- 4a h p aclerinc . 
«1 Ex intude 4S h.p. abrlnr 
:>1 J"hnaun (5 h.p. atarira 
(•.• J.ihn* * « hp, mjnual 
61 J-uo n «i h.p manual ... 
* Jnhnv e tl li|i rlex Irk 

H U SELKCnuN 
I'M GLAM HALT BOATS 


ootrs T»»cn.« sebvk-%: plow. 
ou at l».ie» -itmato lavxl GR T WA 

ROTWATTMG SPEEDY SERVICE. 
l/re fi"im’ri EV . 

COOPER 8 TKAtWOtt. ROTDVATE 
grade, pin* hnuA bru*h EV 2-MIS 


l: Open . 

12 Decked Runabout 
i < S tndanl Ituualaiul 
14' f He Lion- Ruwatoaii 
a S'amtaiJ Runalwul 
>-* (' U- Luar RanatonK 
la S.dewing 


VILA* MAPLE DOUBLE DREs- Graphic <«*. Pirn holder, hanger*. SUNBEAM MtXMASTV.R gl*. 
»er. antique fin nil Srtl or «vr** tankx. mtera Heavier 4x5 enlarger. Np » r *'* Pt'-up '«}?»*£. IttAda 
tue deah < aame. targe gtren ruy ra~-l* Oberland 2‘. S5-tnm eMarxrer m f | - *» -««>■»*. I«* EV 3-17K 
it lr ?? mfeHetit. expoaqre meter Kodak POLARom «m CAMERA WITH 

PTteete Monday Kignei 115. *piHizM*. fiond* and ink light. noMi and rn C-*d 
__ eland* Strain light Ptwaa EV 5-21*3 Ontl Jkow $Ut TO* Naxatwry * 

STa TA f“5 1 * -4tPIEC»: HOYAL Wiimw CHINA 

• hair*. 15 earn. 1 annchair, $5. I SWIMMING POO I.. PORTABLE He** int'ern. alan mfarMtane-xa 

jTy ’'•P'™, HWik unall .wegnad type J4 la diameter '*r « W.Rl _ 

TS > .*2."2 Wd •" »« lH.aaVgali.n cwparity. I defkh. Hirr WATER TAME BI 

tmw EV ma _inter plant xacuum equipment FV - vVe 

► tTTHFx riatkn* r r i t 11 u >kimoier la d de r . matManaa.-* lul--—-—I- - 

mV,!' - . r 1 ---! equipment cm TALLERINA - U'.NGTH WEDDING 

■* ll y > we* SLOB will «HI r<r aa> «*h. (m*.ii» «. u.a, hem*i am tat. 

FOR THE BEST TL RKEYS AND 
ehKkena in inwit Stuart ■ Meal 
(Iartel 1410 Dougiat EV S«H3 

HC >T KKIGIDA1RE LHIDGE. 
i” mm (op frex-jrr. *Ti X4 M11 AIL 


USKD OUTBOARDS 

57 MERCURY ( hp $U5 

ai nifhci-ry a iq. jjjj 

» K\7NRfDE 1H h|i a. new Win 
TWIN ret GALE 55 hp emirir with 
i-tmlmto and generat-ir ttalr *45n 
Many other* available 


Deep V *1' 

REDUCED PRICE* 

TEE NEE BOAT THAILUt* 


HARLEY 0 FOR 


EV >5*C2 (toi-IU. *wpa*ily Sim SIM 

___ 7t* Mb raparlty 173 Jt*t 

ROAD RI'NNEH BOAT TRAILERS 
Rep Sale 
wkvia. .wnwriu. nit »Ti<i »i*q 

Utetu caimcUy till S*6 UtS 

lUUMTED PR ICE* 
THORNES ALUMINUM HOATS 

Reg Sale 

I-" C*n»p t'rux.vtcr Wo l.'T'i 

14 Otk r . <-u»adci tU (1X8 

ltl' Du a i- r.a»\ Trim* 

Trader WTHrxmte 

* 'PEN i days * » t • . so n 
ANGUS MARINE 

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T-ip quality lhn.(Ml»**l H' 1 idle "< 
thr firsi In "*n one ExcrpUnnal 
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Broad St KV Mt» _ 

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and brawn. 14 . S2S. K-idak Mn*xe 
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Marine Conversion Kits 


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tiafldard Irknamlul.in cmerlnt l-i 
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12- CUNKER HOAT BRIGOA 
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h“a 35h p electric John*at. lilt 

trailer 11.275 Ph.a» EV (-41U daya » ' TROLLER CHRYSLER CROWN 
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mote cextna* *nd trailer Gf>nt 

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trulr fill • .xlun ten' KV 2-4MH 


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S15 uwihlng machine 115: bain 
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60 PONTIAC Parisienne 4-0 dio ..$2495 0 

Door Hardtop-'V 8 . auto-0«2 FAIRLANE "500” O 
matic, radio, power O V -8 Sedan. Automat- O 
brakes, white . $2100 0 Ic, yellow ... $2395 0 

O 82 RAMBLER ‘Classic’ O 

63 STUDEBAKER Daytona q ^yi. Automatic, O 
Hardtop-VS, automatic 0 wlth rad |o . $2195 q 
radio, red, only 1.400 0 & CHEV. "Impsla” O 

m,,e ‘ ... *-® 95 O Convertible. Ermine C 

63 STUDEBAKER Gran Tip 0 wh,, «- V4 ’ ° 

risimo 2-Door Hardtop- 0 *"?■««» ™ « 

4-speed floor shift, super- ° 63 ™R° Custom Sed- O 
charger, radio, bucket ° w J21<5 o 

seats, red. only S.000 0 62 roRD Fairiane. O 
miles. New price $5770 ° Twn - tone red and O 
Now € 4 lfi O white, stand, shift. O 

■ r*—. O Six-Cylinder $1995 O 

61 BUICK LE SABRE Se- O 56 CHEV. V-S BeFAir. O 
dan. Automatic, radio, O Automatic . $895 O 
beige and brown $2795 O 59 METEOR 2 Door Se- O 

59 BUICK LE SABRE 4-Dr. ° ^ 0 

Hardtop—Full power au- Q arid nady to Q 

tumn gold .$1695 Q ^ .... $1185 0 

155 BUICK Century 2-Door 0 59 PLYMOUTH 4-Door O 
O Station Wgn. Stand. O 

O trans. O 

O Glen green ... $1495 O 

55 OLDS Super 88 Hardlop- O 63 SUNBEAM ‘Rapier* O 
Automatic, radio, power o 2-Door Hardtop. One O 
O owner. Custom ra- O 

O dio, showroom con- O 

O dition ... $1995 0 

0 56 PLYMOUTH «-Door O 
O Sedan. One owner. O 

O Metallic green . $628 O 


GOOD SHEPHERD SHELTER. 
»42 Duk* Rnad. RRl. Wa hava 
Orman ihapharAf apulrla. lU 
« M GR HS4A_ 

JUST ARRIVED. V7TACOAT OP 
England, poodle dnmpura and mat 
ron.htuwr» at Victoria Pal Shop 


77 IhapoatUon 
7B IX main* 

mm. r. narat 
3li Menially 
dctanxrd 
SM MiMirmiMl 
.4 llliwaaaa 
37 Cunning 
M K'Jmat 
SB Tree at 
Waahlngtifl 
and RC 

40 R.-avcrbria*'i 
lUlc 

41 Impel 

42 Pmuk r 

44 - fiallaa 
IS Prlvatf cy« 


HARVEY'S PET POOD - ALL 
n»ai 1 ika fut 36c. ■■ rvaya nna 
Maata Lid 77W uaadra •• RIHuda 
E V lam. EV 6-4S54 

Firp& 1 NGTTHa GOLDEN CDL- 
■ T tvtrtcvw. hunting. EV V3UW 

SPANIEL PUPS FOR SALE. Ii 
Git * 7JH altai g n.m. 

' 3ft^ EACH K V434S 
PtrpPlES. S4 AND (6. GKMN*) 


IND1 STRiAL IRON 
Bring u* auur utg car* ztaaL sail 
irrai bran and cappar ate. 

Open All Day Saturday 
343 Tyaa Rd EV MN71 

CASH ADVANCED OlT~BUY OlT- 
RtGHl FURNtSHINGA CARS. 
APPLIANCES MAYNARDS TM 
Johnson mun 

VACANT AT END 'OF*WONTH~4 
■rdrjjcr hum* In »ud rntlhn 
Mw JuHHm Riagd'al SMB par 
trvmh. *-irtE 

WANTED. MECHANICS T3WLS. V* 
drlva. aurkria ctr. UR 7-SCO. 

IMMEDIATE CASH FOR YOUR 
[ typewriter. EV l-m«i 
REFRJUKRATORS AND EREEX 
ara bought 184-7X13 All-Tamp 

WANTED - USED FURNITURE 
II • an • Ilry* A Cu EV MU 


USED APPLIANCE 
BARG,\LNS! 


USED 


BtKlary thl Range *M 

Brarh Od Rafter Cyrloi 
Uurtvr bz uatar cwl. duly 
J yrari old IIJJ 

4H" Mu/lat Klectrk- Ranja *71 
O.iioaday Wriagrr Waahrr with 
pump. I Inter and lira Illlar *73 
H. «lly Wringer Wsaher S» 9» 

NEW 

Su Tappaai Gaa Range (UUy iu.» 
malic «itb ruaatmrier 
Reg. SIT* . KS" 

Tapiun Built-In gaa oven. Sia niraa 
Itiuakb rhroraa men. ruuaaerir. 
roaalinelae. Reg. SMB |2T3 


34 I at and (var ) 
SS Guiding fart 


Sg Unatgtitty 

gB luat ao 


7 Com-emlng 
I Where 


LOOK! 

FAMOUS 

PEACE OF MLND 
PACKAGE 


4* Farina 

61 Rlvr,‘ of 


17 Unit at Inn a 
S3 Dull wnd 
M Kid 

thoroughly 
11, AM 
U Heme 
Nidbing 
31 H e ■trlnga 
feature 


tl CHICKS. FOULTRT, 
HATCHING COGS. SUFFLI8S 

PULLETS. AMES 60S 6 MONTHS, 
■lartlng lay and IM, nvmUta Plwna 
GR A 3304 


4 Prepgrvit 

. brfcirrhand 
6 Br tangled 

5 RJark 

1 German-nuda 

weapon 

S Sell 
rent red 
* Kind at 

paper 

III t kvupv 
pieailftaiy 
U Member .-f 
the larelly 
12 River *n the 
Elbe 

LS Kind id 
ruw-taat 
71 Btarkemal 
23 ... . eup 
25 Name Fr. 

> Deaerilun* 

10 Star m Crtu* 


5T fnanaarlion 
with 

bookmaker 
91 Ordeal By 
Fire" authur 

54 DetiaiK-h 
SI Perkid 

SI Monrtary unit 
g| River of 
Afrtra 
•4 Original 
Idymplr 
' Gnmra aila 

55 Pn.d- 
ivailera' 

eirda 

SS Cula of Iwef: 

Si'dtiah 
17 Boaka flax 


• All Cara Safely-Uned 

• UM Kacondlllonuij 

• AH Cara Clearly PrVed 

• So-Day SO-SO Warranty 

• Free LUe Inaurancc 

• 16-Day Exrhanga Privllaga 

• S M-iolh lin Warranty 

• Fret g Moolh Lzibea 

• No Down Paymenl to 
Good Credit Rlilu 


*2 LIVESTOCK, SUPPLICS 

«k*MI CLEAN LADNER STR/ 
del. lo fcwth Van tale. In Inaita i 
pro*, S t.aa Alan varkau mixtui 
f-,1 qualllj hay Mutable 
h.nea Fur prtrva. write Bra 
Lawne. HR N-v S. Ladner Ph, 


40 Izmwr in 
authority 

42 TianaartKfi 

43 Mantlr'a 
wrap in 

45 Criirral 
dimliuna 

47 City of 
Belgium 

4k ■ kn of thla 
world 

50 A hit lo mota 
quickly 

51 Korgl'e 

62 bind up a 
wound 

53 HIU 


TIAKKNETT APPLI.VNCES 
23X1 Govt. St. EV 4-1163 


WANTED HARLEY 4S FOR 
pti'« EV*«»J _ 

CASH 6N«’ GOOD USED Fl'H.Nl- 
ture Reliable Furniture EV 3-S7U 

WANTED. .STURDY 1IAHY WALK 
er goal condllkin EV 2 W7S. 

GUITAR. SITTAHLE Fl« BUY to 

praitke. EV 5-5487 _ 

WANTED FUR CASH - CAKPEN- 
ler and merhank- t*»iU. EV 4-4fT2 

WANTED 4NLI>ErZsTIYE Skh^ 
rd from deak EV 651*1 


Spy the new 

KELVLNATOK 

FXIODERAMA 

A beauu Tully daamnad ».<k- b> aide 
rrfrtgaeaior - free am nim tuning a 
6'i ru fl. fraeaer and an Ilia eu. ft. 
refriaaralor Da luxe leauirea- 
burrataln lining, completely Inal- 
fiee. aUde-oul ahrlvea. eye-level 
rmper fruit abirage tuna, loads of 
a-r apace 41''xCl"xTS"’ dimenauna 
- S74* - 

C. TAYLER 

707 Johnson St* EV 3-li281 


PATIF1C P ADDY 


63 BUICK 

Convertible. 

equlwad. 


and white 


Palomino |»ai> griding 11 band, 
» yaan. -aouad. un'kem.anml #.,] 

lemperamrnl. Engtiah and Weal era 
trained Excellent In hamraa. Cart 
and hamea> also for aale. Hn 
Harkema. Gangea DU-A. 

MINIATURE HF.REFllRD QUIET 
Idaal fur alirwtiun, or owner -4 
■mall aerragi- Prtca |150. Phone 
C 44ile Hill 743 *445 


IKIWX 

] Revolutemary 

hero, and 
othera 


62 OLDSMOBILE 

M Hardlop. fully 

equipped." Rag. 


iRrleaard by the Bell Syndicate Inc I 


61 PONTIAC Lauren ti in 
Hardtop, automatic. 
Beige . $2 


100 CARS rOR SALf 


62 CHEVROLET 

Rlacavna. aulon 
aignafa. Rag. EL 


61 PONTIAC Tern pest 
Sedan. White .... SI" 


SUBURBAN 

MOTORS 


. ...___ 2-YEAH-OI.D JERSEY HEIFER 

J IN TRADE due to calf IB 3 weeka: SISS Ph. 

IA YN ARDS _ 

iirriLlurw riitnt STUXlLK E1D- 14LACK EWER 

urmtuie uapl Umh , >mf m oague hiu 

k Ph. 3SA6D1 Tl.oa nv 

- 3 REGISTERED JERSEY FAMILY 

l i > ^vS"?rft* regiatered Jwraev he,r,T 

pail OR FLLL down A11 A( nunran twgwi 

tivai youraaU to a----—...----— 

H A home 2 HEIFERS IS MONTHS OLD; 

<t anyilung, 'including l fvrcar-old Hereford cow. Ph 
Jf > II amptatea . . EV 4-I4M. 

panuxuara by rallin. ..^^ H.^Tn^L E. - roR 2 

STRL'CTfON CO LTD. •* 

14g cull V"*** 18, 

- — YOUNG SOWS* DI E IN JUNE — 

IR VERY LATE MO *76 each GR S-1K38 


62 RAMBLER 

Ciaauc. heater, algnala. 
Reg. 


PLIMLEY 


62 BUICK Le Sabre Sedan— O 
Automatic, radio, power O 
steering, power brakes. O 

Blue . $3195 O 

O 

59 FORD Tudor — q 

Maroon . $1295 n 


SALE * 

’a off nil ring* and jewlery 
*» off watches 

CV*jnters at low prices. 
Swiss Watch Shop 

1217 Broad Street 


Drive a little farther 
and save a whole lot 
more! 

IT'S 711*; DIFFERENCE 
THAT COUNTS! ! 


F WE ARE P 

P LOADED WITH GOOD P 
P CLEAN CARS P 


CHRYSLER 


1 Year Guarantee O 
on Parts and O 

Lal»ur O 


G2 CHEVY II 

Radio, heater, agnail. 
Reg. 61.996 


P 64 AUSTIN 850 Sedan. P 
P as new . S1395 P 

P 63 ACADIAN, radio. P 
P heater. P 

P automatic $2495 P 
P 63 RAMBLER Sedan. Pi 
P radio, heater $2295 Pi 
P 62 RAMBLER 2-Door, P 
P 15,000 miles, radio, P 
P heater. Only $1995 P 
P 62 CORVAIR 700 Sedan. P 
P automatic . $1995 P 

P 82 HILLMAN Sedan. P 
P radio, healer, very P 
P clean $1195 P 

P 62 VOLKS, radio, P 
P heater $1495 P 

P 62 RAMBLER Sedan. P 
P radio, heater, auto- P 
P matic, 1 owner, P 

P as new _ $2495 P 

P 61 RENAULT Gordini, P 
P 4-sjteed. Old} $1295 P 
P 61 MORRIS Wagon, P 
P very clean . $995 P 1 

P 61 RAMBLER Classic P 
P 4-Door Station Wgn. P, 
P Like new ... $1995 pi 
P 60 WOLSELEY 690 Se- p! 
P dan. As new $1795 P 
Stn P 59 ZEPHYR automatic P 
P Sedan. P 

1195 P Steal at $1195 P 

P 58 MGA Sjk»rts Road- Pi 
like p ster. Only .. $1150 P 
P 57 CHRYSLER Wind- P 
tan P sor Sedan. Fully P 
,‘rqe P equipped rr~. $1195 P 


TOP RETAIL LN TRADE 
EASY TERMS 
NO PAYMENTS UNTIL 
MID-JUNE 


FORD FACTORY CREDIT 
available through personal 
Credit counselling! 


57 CHEV Sedan 
Blue . 


WARRANTY 


63 DODGE Sedan. Automa-! 
tic, radio, padded dash \ 
seat belts, undercoat } 
Like new. 40,000 or 4-year 
warranty $2495 j 


58 DODGE Sedan 
Brown . 


63 METEOR .. $2695 
63 MERCURY ... $3695 
63 VOLVO ..$2595 
63 PONTIAC HT . $3595 
63 CHEV $2895 

63 COMET Convt. $2995 
2 — Only 62 PONTIAC’S 
- -from $2595 
61 MERCURY $2595 
61 PONTIAC . $1895 

60 GALAXIE $1695 
60 METEOR Wgn $1795 
59 METEOR Wgn $1795 

59 FORD .$1695 

59 RAMBLER ._ $1395 
59 OLDS Super 88 $1295 
59 MERCURY 
59 BUICK HT 
59 ZEPHYR . 

58 FORD 
58 MERCURY 
58 METEOR 


O Buy one of these cars O 
O today—if at any time O 
O within one year the O 
O car should require O 
O mechanical repairs O 
O any one of 117 menp~ O 
O her firms throughout O 
O B.C. will deduct 15% O 
O for r..iy parts and O 
O labor. O 


LAMBS WANTED 
CR * 1213. GR 8-1434. 


61 OLDSMOBILE 

Super W. fully Puwrr eguipivd 
Rni- M m. 

$2685 

61 CHEVROLET 

Raillu. bamb-r. signal*. 

Krg. *LIHb. 

$1893 

61 PLYMOUTH 

S.ilan, hi-miet, algnala. 

Keg. »1.7». 

$1593' 

60 METEOR 

STATION WAGON radio, 
healer, algnala. Keg. 11. K*. 


STATION WAGONS 


59 MERCURY 4 - Door 
Automatic, radio, [lower 
steering, power brakes. 

$1995 

61 VAUXHALL 4 - Door - 
Blue . <1393 


PACIFIC CHRYSLER 


FREE DELIVERY 


Yates at Gxik 6-2111 


59 BORGWARD 2 • Door - 0 0 

, R * d . * 795 O 61 T-BIRD Two-Door O 

56 FORD 4-Door - Auto- ° H'top Fully equip. O 

matic, radio, power steer- ? P«l- Ermine white, O 

ing, power brakes. ° b ac ^ ,n enor * £ ° 

r.ra»„ Win ° at Olson « J 3995 O 


Thu la a genuine opi>>rtunily 
fur ih* mul'ring Rvbne In take 
advantage at Iremenil'iui utnng 
•lunng ■** yemr-erul Invenbky. 
tXr fiaral year aim k nslurona 
mean* t S I aavlnga to you 


CARS FOR SALK 


FLAME - THROWER QI trad , W hal nltera* KV 7.1*91. 

w : *3^Si° , hte , «*ler ’»'* ImThTtaKI.E IN A1 CONDITION 
an-t fltUnga. Ph Complete «*ith rue* and balll Will 
D after » P m _ l r *<*r f"r low honepower outboaid. 

LACE WEDDING GOWN, ‘i*' 1110 ----- 

i length, lily-pmi* ‘‘re'.a swaP- 1*C CHRYSLER HARDTOP 
Worn oner Hail pnea so nr., lyre*, gung running order, t-w 
Buiomatir anuber Phuo* week-day 

u Venetian bliml »' * »rtde , ;RI XDMJ TAPE RI»V>KDKK 3- 
,nd heavy dutj garbage can- vp,vd. 7" late' Will aril nr »wau 
, I • iaan> aix-ndnut or what hove 

1 ___;-;- • .1 Valia- till). EV 1 7-04. 

iihrfvt Va rim Repair* — — 

■kuB and d-ltvery K. e> 1 U ,«3 FOltD SEDAN DELIVERY 
. t,L vji,. Victoria V.le- 'nr. f K iniller or *bat have you. Ph. 
naltefd st Fort- EV 4-3^ KV 1X33 


60 OLDSMOBILE 

Suner "R hardtop, fully power 
equipped. Reg. 12.49a. 

$2295 

60 DODGE 

Sedan, radio, healer, 

Reg. Sl.K*. 


CHECK AND COMPARE 
THESE PRICES 


K CONSUL 313 Coruna 
waa 11.730 N.iw gl.345 

5* HAP1EH H.T. Spuria 
waa I1.4U) Now *1003 

S» AUSTIN Gypay 4-wh-dr 
waa SI.430 Now II..** 

SI VOLKSWAGEN 2 Dr 
wax fl.BAl Now gl.no 

5* VAUXHALL Cri-ata 
w.\» gl .l.i Now I no 

S" AUSTIN San Mini 

was |l.liii N« I "6 

5!» VANGUARD Jka Wagon 

wn II. It** Now I MS 

Ss LARK V-S Sedan 

was ll.'J5il Now I M3 

in OXFORD Sla Wagon 

was gl.liSO Now I 7'.«S 

37 ZODIAC Sedan 

Was tl.iui N-M( I 743 

57 HILLMAN Mind 

wmt I 9ni Now 3 « <S 

Su MORRIS Sedan 

wax t 9»l Now | C:« 

SS RAMBLER CMstom 

wax 1 x3ll N-av f 5!li 

M VAUXHALL Crexia 

wn. 4 - u N '-« I 345 

SsN.St! Prior 

was 1 Kk> N-iw t 405 

3* HILLMAN Sedan 

was I Ik-i ,-v.w I 345 

5J HUMBER Hank 

waa g 1511 N.iw I 345 

Ami Many iKIvt 

Small Can o I >5 


O WAGONS GALORE O 


54 DODGE 2-Door 
Green . 


algnala. 


O 63 PONTIAC 9 - Pass. O 

O St niion Wagon. V- 8 . O 

O automatic, 'radio, O 

O power steering, nnd O 

O brakes. White side O 

O tires $3895 O 

O 62 MERCURY Station O 
O Wgn. Radio. Gleam- O 
O ing black . $2896 O 

O 61 PONTIAC 4-Door O 
O Wagon. 6 - cylinder, O 
O standard transmis- O 

O sfon, green_$2295 O 

O 62 FALCON 4-Door Stn O 

O Wgn. Skylight blue, O 

O low mileage. Lots of O 

O room in this O 

O one $2395 O 

$100 o 58 MORRIS Minor 1000 O 
S1U0 O Hardtop. Radio $795 O 
rsr , O 58 MERCURY 2 • Door O 
.. O Hardtop. Fully O 

O equipped. White and f> 
$293 o blue. Now $1285 O 
$!Si3 O 63 FALCON 4 - !> o o r O 
J.J 95 O Station Wgn. Stand* O 
_ iqr O aid trans. showroom O 
O condition $2495 O 
*250 o 63 FORD ‘‘Galaxie” Se- O 
$595 O dan. Standard shift, O 
$100 O six-cylinder, radio. O 
O Olson Price . $2395 O 
jO 57 ZEPHYR 4-Door Se- O 
O dan, radio, 

O overdrive 


54 PLYMOUTH 2-Door 
Blue . 


OPEN 8 A M. TO 9 P M. 


$1095 

$1095 


60 AUSTIN 
Green 


tltafh: 

lotfl 
CVl. EXTKRI' >R SNOW 

!»!,«• *4 4» «l b*avy 
aualltv J 1 R **. * 

?is Paml ra. EV 3-3413 


60 BUICK 

InvK-ta. fully pso fqitipivd.. 
Rrg. I'-'-t'Jj. 

$2293 

39 BUICK 

Hardtiki- fully puwer rquipi"* 1 
Reg. C.1SS 

$18» 

59 METEOR 

Auiomallc drive, ixwer aleer- 
Ing. radio, hrititr. slgnala. 
tb-g. I1.SS5. 

$13931 

59 MERCURY 

Hardt'Ki. fully inker equipped. 
Rvg |1 90S 

$1693 

58 RAMBLER 

*0« aub-nu'.r drive, radio, 
li.-alei algnala. Reg. »l.4'-3 

$1293, 

58 ClIilYSLEIl 

Wirnlwr fully power equipped 
R.'g. II..VO. 


A GOOD DEAL 
and a 

GOOD DEAL MORE 


SPECIAL YOUR CHOICE 
of 3- 1963 

CONSUL CORTINAS 
REGULAR $2400 
SAVE $605 
AT $1795 


53 METEOR Sedan 
Green .. 


60 SUNBEAM Rapier Hard¬ 
lop. "right hand » 

drive." $1295 


SWAP re OUTWiARII 
for pickup truck. CR * 167*. 


57 FORD ..$993 

57 BUICK .$1495 

56 BUICK HT .. $1195 
56 METEOR .... $895 
56 ZEPHYR ... $595 

56 LINCOLN _ $1195 

55 1IIU-MAN $695 

55 VOIJnSWAGEN $195 
55 PONTIAC Wgn $993 

55 FORD Wgn .... $695 

54 PONTIAC .$395 

53 METEOR, OLDS 
PLYMOUTH-YOUR 
CHOICE—$445 
64 CHEV Long box $2995 
62 DODGE PU $1795 
61 ENVOY Van $895 

56 FORD Pickup $1095 
59 FORD Pickup $1495 
61 CORVAIR 

Pickup - $1695 

58 VOLKS Van $595 


1-T»»N CHAIN BI-DCK SWAP FOR 
rruii'i liiryfU*. v25Ul. 


50 PLYMOUTH 

51 TOIID Stn. Wgn. 
51 DODGE Sedan 

51 BUICK . 

53 CHEV. 

34 FX)RD 2-Door 

54 PONTIAC . . 

54 CHEV. 

52 CHRYSLER ... 

53 CADILLAC .... 

49 METEOR . 


I« MISCELLANEOUS TO 
■ENT 


rontliii.ni ' $1295 P * EAUDN. R. H. P 

P A-Trana $1595 P 

62 HILLMAN Minx, n.wv P 59 METEOR Rideaux P f 
condition, «»ne owner $1395 P Setlitn. K, II, 6-4 >i.. P' 

56 VOIJLSW.UiEN De Luxe. ' p ^ A55 ,R< * j> 

Sjtcctal Price S593 p sedan $895 P 

57 VOLKSWAGEN Custom, H ' p 

good condition . $ 6 % p VICTORIA S BEST P 

P BUYS P| 

60 HILLMAN automatic. 1- 
owner.$1295 

36 SUNBEAM Rapier, very 

good condition $745 


IS AM) CANADIAN 

r.v i u* __ 

tlt'OlV. NYl 

taffKhc Vjt 1 " KV V'- 
r.I.At K AND DKCKF.H 
Iru-t drill. *35 GRs-tM. 


PARKING I.OT Full HUNT AT 
Kurt an.1 Vanr-ajvpr lilt i J»V4. 


GAJGM1K FUR KENT 
.1* Vamreiver 


S7 C.U'tl.I.AC Dv Vilii- 
w:i* r;4i>i \« *l - *> 

7.7 CHEVROLET II T A T 
w-u- si. JM A-m g :-<* 

:* Bt ICK H T. A T 
wn» 11.130 N'>w t fiO 

5fi STI l)KBAKER Sedan 
wax I Tut Now ■ 545 
M HOIXir. Sedan 
wax t 7t«l N’mv I 445 
53 PONTIAC Sedsn 
wax I 450 New I '.'16 
5* PONTIAC 2-dr Sedan 
/ wu t 450 Now I 245 
51 CHEVROLET Radio 
■ra. I 4in N.v* | 1* 

In HddiU-m to theae and many other 

p Arn'Tlcan mndelx. we oiler a 
VWI THUNDERHIRI) CONVEHT- 
1BLE Thu Exi<Titive drl>'-n auto 
lwx even runrelrable nptiu and 
will be vjld at a fapUxtir d!x««jnl 


$1395 

36 MERCURY 

Hxrdlop. fully puwtr equipped. 
Reg. SLSM5. 

$1395 


14.50 '9TF.ELI 
,- KV 3-SitM. 


jNriNERATl »RS. 
IVlixerixt «n>w: 


SPRING SALE 
SAVINGS 
AT MORRISON S 


LIKE NEW. SJa. 


TKNT 
after 6pm 


SMALL CARS 
TOP BUYS 


very clean _ $8 

P 57 RAMBLER Sedan, 

P radio, heater $895 P 
P 57 MONARCH Riche- P 
P lieu 4-Duor Hardtop, P 
$1395 F’ ail )tower, ront. kit P ^VliUh 
P Only $1295 P * Rwr ■ 

P 57 PLYMOUTH Sedan, P m U rn* - - 

P as is special $395 P 

P 57 FORI) 9 - passenger P » ,t»punr - 

P Country Sedan. V -8 P SJ 

P automatic, radio, P M Volvo - 
P heater, power steer- P u TBird - 
P ing and brakes, P j 

P Only $1495 P *7 pSJi?ar“ 

P 56 RAMBLER Station P M Mon " n-h 
P Wagon, radio, P And many 

P healer $915 P 

P 55 PLYMOUTH Sedan. P 
P Automatic. Very P 
P clean $595 P 

P 56 FORD Sedan, as is P 
P special . $193 P 

P 56 RAMBLER Sedan, P 
P AT. as new $895 P 
»•>' P 55 CIIEV Sedan, radio, P 
P heater ' $795 P 

f ™ P 52 AUSTIN A-10 P 

*i'«3|P Sedan $99 P 

*»!»|P 52 PONTIAC Sed. $88 P 


F SETS. GENTS' "R LADIES 
xl> t ip41k fUlti-r. .ill ."I *» »■; 
n s, ljn7 lit-mil St. EV >31—* 

; FT FH'GH’AtKE FRIIS7E 
Js4 7sl3 All-Ttmr» 


$795 O 

O 55 CHEVROLET 4-Door O 
i — O Sed. Standard trans.. O 
$595 O custom radio. Readv O 
, O to go .... $795 O 
‘ . O 58 FORD Sedan, auto- O 

$89a q matk Mink 0 

O bronze . $1086 O 

„ O 58 CHEV Bel Air 2-Dr O 
O Hardtop. Yellow and O 
O white, radio, O 

j ,;95 O etc. $1495 O 

O 63 MORRIS Mini. Spot- O 
O less. Seafuam O 

$695 O green $1295 O 

O 61 ANGLIA “SuperO 
” „ O !2tK»" Sedan. like O 
$995 o Only $1885 O 

O 63 FALCON 4-Door Se- O 
3 O dan, automatic, O 
A_x O powder blue. Only O 
■95 O 6.000 miles $24*0 O 

O 60 FORD "300" Sedan. O 
O Royal blue. Tap O 
O condition .$1285 O 


58 METEOR 

* ovl »ut'>m»lK . radio, twatrr. 

tignala. ll.jai. 

$1195 

57 BUICK 

S->dan. fully t»>wrr »qulnp«l I 
Rag 11. J«. 

$1195 

57 CHEVROLET 

STATION' WAGON. VS, sulo 
m»tic. hastri-. atgnaJi. 

Rag I1.W5. 

$1395 

57 RAMBLER 

Aut-anstlc. radio, hraler. 
■ignalx. Rag. 61.395. 

, $1093 

37 STUDEBAKER 

HratOC. aignalx Reg 6393 

$793! 

! 57 OLDSMOBU.E 

* Hsrdto|i. fully ta*"*"' 
rqiuMied. Rag. $1796. 

$1593' 

aE 56 CADILLAC 

tin- Sorbin D* VIU*. fully power 
uab equipped. Krif 61S9& 

' $1793 

w K CADIL1.AC 
_ Crngv De VlHe. fully pMtt 

equipped. Reg. 61795. 

*x $1495 

ra'r JJ METEOR 

^71 VS. iH-ater. aignalf. Reg 6'9i. 

6/tfj 

'il 55 CHEVROLET 
r.s.\ STATION WAGON 
AT fi 'l. itil'O. hratei'. •igiuil* 
Re i 611*5 


56 HILi.MAN California 
Hardtop . ! 


mu sale ror spaniel ht- 

nu'*. one mil. orve lemale. black- 
l*hi me Git MW 


62 FIAT Sport Snlan 1500. 
Michael Williams- uuAttuiNu new condition $1595 
and Training Kefinelx l*al Bay High¬ 
way Labrador nupx. 474-3U2 


. Ill 4’nosul i 
5V Alls'll) 

■ S'I Vol’i* 

- 52 Minor 

- 56 V.Sk« 
S3 Thxmrx 

- 61 V.Skx 

- 5* Vein}. 


58 VOLKSWAGEN 
Red _ 


Five large anti small cars, 
‘'Running Gvndition.’* 
$100 Each 


FREE LIFETIME 
LUBRICATION 
WITH ALL USED CAR 
PURCHASES! 


BOSTON TERRIER PCI'S BP.AP- 
t ifuliiv mm kail. Ri'gixlerrd. Pb.ine 
GR 5-14N7 


37 VOLKSWAGEN 
Blue . 


dommerrl*! Painting Service* 


EV 46055 


lxqg O.'k Streri 
■ cil FT AMC FRIDGE .- 

1 e< frae/ee. I.Vh 5x47 x11. All- Tetnp 
SMALL UOX TRAILER. 635 — 
till ML*!*- 


53 Buiekl 
rev Slu-brt 

ri fhev 

37 Chri 

- 33 Poo - 


710 Broughton St. 
Below Rovni Dieatrc 


57 VOLKSWAGEN 
Beige . 


WE WILL NOT 
KNOWINGLY BE 
UNDERSOLD! 


ATTRACTIVB KITTENS. NEED 
c ...| K , m ex. C P I, >:V 4 WJ, 
KV 3 61l«'., 

IlOllDEU rtJI.LIK I’L're »I5 XhMi 
- _...__ IavuiIi cr m w.th VV.iali trirwi- 

PI NCR MODEL ( It UTMA'TEft 

a,,w a'td ini*t,w W» EV 4.'«rjii -— - 

PI RKBREf) WFPMAHASKit MAI L 
HEAVY IH'TY H> <T* *1 U-l-Llt. 2 utlcrx Jilts SUnlry 

t hp. Fully raoinditloned. (>R Vtjjt. . 


59 AUSTIN A55 Sedan 


SUBURBAN MOTORS 
Douglas at Saanich Rd. 
EV 66131 


AS 1.4 BARGAINS 
Real exihxnser *l 

13 ft nmolaiul * 

M Auxlin r 

4* Ph mouth _...s 

50 Chevrolet 6 


BLACK—AM) WHITE FOX TER- 
rur pup in i - 3 month* old. Plv ne 

Si*-ke. 4T2-ViM5 


MISCELLANEOUS 

WANTED 


Select Used Cars 


59 OI.Db 4-f)nr Hardtop 
Sedan, fully piwerrd 
SS MnRlttS Tu'l'T ... 

:a ACsTtN Srihm ... _ 

55 Al'STtN Hril.irt 

59 RAMBLER UE LUXE 
S<x|nn , * . . 

57 FtH!l> Sedan, AT 
5H PORI) ‘Ldan. AT. radio 
59 OLDS *4. fully powered 

37 PONTIAC Tudor . 

H FORD Tud 

56 F'OHn Tudor 

56 CHEV Tudor, overhauled 
50 HILLMAN a,-dan 


MALE MIMATIRF: SCHNAtl'/.EIl 


PAYLOADERS 


3 ItF.ltHOoM IBjU.SK. NEAR MAY 
fa,r. App.v 1U4* T'ltmar aJIer 5 pm. 
EVJ1W! 

3 ROOM COITAGF. OIL STOVE, 
• ban. m-alera. *15 pee meittl. 

Away a*l S.jkeJPI. __ 

good hooks always bought 
HAUNTED BOOKSHOP 
*45 »'on EV i-14a 


54 DODGE Express .. $430 0 

56 DODGE - 14-Ton O 
Pickup . $695 O 

56 PONTIAC Sedan Delivery q 

—As is . $275 o 

’/> PONTIAC Sedan Delivery -O 
A* is $225 O 

58 VOIJvSWAGEN Van - 2 

Blue $893 q 

til VOIJvSWAGEN Window O 
Van - Blue $1195 O 

57 PONTIAC Sedan Delivery J? 

- Blue . $995 D 

59 CHEV Sedan Delivery - O 

Blue . $1295 O 


CCttKISlU-:!) DOBERMAN PIN 
uIk pup. Tm «r»l bier Two 

numtlu. t'lamv evenmgt Jlh-ms. 

f.All PUPPY IXKM (RKlDTlItEElX 
6a and up EV 4-647«. 


BLACK MALE LARRA1X1R PUP. 
11 w.-vk* -lif 6?i GltS-Jw*. 


K7LSHAWS 


C.VSH FOR FI 71N1SH1.NGS 

EV 4-6441_ 

LUNDS AUCTIONKERS 
BUY SELL - APPR.MSE 
S'N FORI_ KV » Afl* 

pash "pa in fop. gentlemen » i-pi> 
k * »d u»«sl riutiuii* Ire Haxa«r. , 
i r.J it.-Ad -s.ie.-t lv . 


CHESAPEAKE PUPS 61U 
F.V 37 779 


r. i. m % 

C'l MPACT I’M 1 ' 

64• V rt EV ' III 

OPEN-EVENINGS 


IfK FEMALE SBF.RHF.ltDS F'lilt 


I'xxi PACKARD CONSTELLATION. 
exreUent (xndilBin. fully xubmiatK. 
I .■« Inlli'xg,-. Nrarrxl ofler lu 61 HI 

KV 7 


CDNVKUT1BI.F. 


53 JNASII 
S'atramAn. 


One Year G.W (J 
Wnnanty O 

All Cars Price-Tagged O 
30-Day Exchange O 
30-Day 50-50 Warranty O 
Top Allowance for O 
Your Car O 


|« .1 C MOTORS LTD 

p Cl COMET Wag'in autionafic. * ' h 
r «i CHEV lioui 4 Convertible r.’fKS 
P '7 CNDB.I.AC Cuure. aU o-twer. * > 

p -5 METEOR Wagon *7*3 

* V- PLYMOUTH Sedan, heater. I!>54 
p 54 CHEVROLET Sedan, neater, f-5 
D 55 omc 4-ton Dump *r>w 

r 54 FORD 9-paixenger Walton . 64!t3 
p Si PACKARD Hardlop 63 l *5 


FARMERS' AUCTION EVERY S)l 


M RAMBLUR 

STATION WAGON 

Au'.jmane. radio, tamter. 
ftela. Reg. 6S95 


53 MONARCH 

Sedan. Reg 65*5 


EV 4-1144 


P EV 2-9121 1010 Yates P 


30-Day, 50-50 Guarantee 
30-Day Exchange 
No Time Payment* Til] 
June 15th 


O "The Address of G 
O Automobile Leadership 0 
O in Victoria” O 


MORRISON 
CHEVROLET- 
OLDSMOBILE 
LTD 


issh Pontiac coupe, new « 
Cbev engine, new ralnf. A-l eondi- 

!l»n. nrierx GR 6*129 

EXCELLENT JNf> CAhT” Bi 'rK 
P'JWER Eyi lPI'ED neull A-l Ihftxigh'ait. Vmrd very 
IV ; iva««iably. EV 4-l.‘.6. 


1*3 STUDEBAKER DAYTONA 
EV 8-4U37 


1060 Yates 


EMPRESS MOTORS LTD. 

EV 3-llu8 900 Fort St. EV 2-7121 .OOOOOOOOOOOO 


1 'F* 1 CHEV 
47V* »xx, T. 


Coupe and i*h simfa. only isiwn miles. 

.ike Rd. !"(• ixodirmn. Pitre |5!>5. GR 5-#*77. 
































•2 VOLKS SP m ii xm Pintail 
m mm ion« t»«i ao cm! 

ltr *1 Mill Cell!* brK. Ylg 
aktao*. 1 car*. HI each 

CAVEMAN CAMI'Er 
SALEH AMD SEKV’CE 
Tma and Cinnn Repalra 


CHRYSLER 


CHRYSLER 


PLYMOUTH 


VALIANT' 


• TRUCK* • 
INI FORD %-Um PICKUP. 

1**J ECONOUNB PTCKl'P 
IMS Rkrcvs? PICI 


•l CNKV 3-ta* 

K'fiMC Tamtam dump* 
•i O M.C. 1-ton duali 

ae CMC tw.ua>_..... 

3541EO. Short In* 

ST G.M.C. Canal . 


SALES ARE BOOMING 


SPACE!'! 


economy. 


V*MI 2 IKAUt PLYMOUTH, V 


30 9 all|i (TolmiUI 100 ca«$ poi iali im cam ro« imi 

laaday. Map It, 1M4 


1— CASS POl IAU 

SPEEDWAY MOTORS 
• LTD. 

• • . • 

PRICE CHALLENGER 

58 FORD V4 Sedan. Hone 
Breen and white. New 
tires . 11085 


CAMPERS k FISHERMEN; 

62 VOLKSWAGEN Built-up 
Camper. This van fully 
equipped with tent awn¬ 
ings. beds, etc. Clean a* 
a pin. 

Also a Good Selection of 
USED PANELS and 
WINDOW VANS 


Check these drastic reduc¬ 
tions in late model used 
cars 

63 CHEV Impaia V- 8 . 4-Door 
Hardtop. Fully equipped, 
low mileage. Was $3493. 
SALE PRICE.$3195 

62 FORD Fairiane V -8 500 
Sedan. White with red in¬ 
terior. A compact winner 
Was 12295. 

SALE PRICE.S20DS 

17 BUICK Special 2-Door 
Hardtop. Fully equipped. 
Custom upholstery. 

Was J1395. 

NOW . 51196 


PLYMOUTH 


VALIANT 


WE MUST HAVE 


SPACE!!! 


TAKE THIS 


OPPORTUNITY 


TO HUY NOW 


LOW PRICES 


WE MUST HAVE 


TAKE THIS 


OPPORTUNITY 


TO BUY NOW 


LOW PRICES 


CAftS FOR 3Alt 


Growing With Victoria! 

DAVID MOTORS 
LTD. 


64 CHEVROLET ‘Impaia' 
Sedan. V 8 , auto^ trans., 
power steering, brakes, 
radio. 6,000 original miles. 

Was $3885. 

SALE PRICE $3595 

63 RAMBLER ‘Classic’ Sta¬ 
tion Wagon.* Auto.' tram., 
custom radio, pulman- 
i*ed, WW tires. Was 13015 
SALE PRICE _ $2895 

60 CHEVROLET Bel Air, 
automatic trans,, custom 


CARS FOR SALI 


NATIONALS 
Inventory Clearance 
I SALE | 
Continues! 


188 CARS FOR $AU 


|1!2 TRAILS I 


RENAULT * «■»- * v * 

R 4 WAGON as ntoMnsac. « ar." auta u’ao 

FOR PRACTICAL PEOPLE £ eftv! 2 £.' ** m ? .S i 

• «r nutai per i»iv*. , manass ■’ 

• ,1a itapii lubnostlat _ 

• Sealed cuottn* >yitam. S (Kt*. •■to,, f.l,...-IliM 

• IdoH netranianra SI CHEV.. S ryt-2- P>6 

• Lixadi od can-yin* apaea. ST DODGE. aota. jas 

Only $1695 FdUy Equipped S S . S 3 


. DOMINION MOTORS “ 

__ . , “ 3 d, "‘ k! “ bob s trailer rales 


« Bkw tfjjrtS w, ss J “ p ^ ‘ , “ t " t? h . • >rT> ^ 1 
8 ■$«i ” “t-M s Was s Hfci» 7 *: 


58 FORD 

■edu DaUvrry. a practical 


T R I UM P H J-Rno r S p„n. “ S25JTL-L 35 

Cpe. Dual carbs. Bucket! .■"*; 

seats, four on the floor. SIMCA I y _ r 

CLEAROUT 1 PRICE G2 NSU PRlNZ 4 hillias 

$1096 immaculate. so mps ....tuns, 0 ""* 1,r 

53 ZEPHYR ! 8 *KS.i 

Spaeutl- ut elear *36 57 C»n*ul. 1 


walm tank and 31-datum ft lew! a* 
lank Wl.y ar-tta ft*- In than 
Uu. bM- 4 more Kmiula hara hy 

June 12, 

_ New Hi I4ner Loatera. li’«“ and 
1S« \ Iwre r>u«, arc ihna. Lula of 
—— i new Eaicvilla* m atock. 14' — 

*54*! SIM and up 

*3ft.‘et Hrx3S Klantmao. SMimn hara 
*3173 row Glam abdm* ImM duur. JU- 
Krtftn talk* Ixium ty Wj na tra water 
|l«&: lank dixibtr Inaulnlmn. new elite 
pu " -vl- '-a wh ■' iinii 

EviHt. Bn r and Lcvalt hHrta x 


rtdio. New whitewall » FORD 2-Door Sed&n. V4. (USED HINAULTS 


63 FORD 300, 4 Dr. Sedan. 63 CHEVROLET % . Ton 
V- 8 , Automatic Trans.. I Pickup. Radio, canopy. 


| tires. 

SALK PRICE $1895 

C3 VOLVO 544 Sl>ort. Dual 
«ari>k, synchro mesh, 4 
on the floor. Custom ra¬ 
dio Whs $2595. 

SALE PRICE $2395 

6 -MONTH WARRANTY 
IN WRITING 

61 FALCON Sedan. Spot- 
lessly clean, one owner 
and fully guaranteed. 
Was $1595. 

SALE PRICE .$1295 


I Midtown Auto Sales }-•[» T.nd«n, us Hrhrwiroi-, m 2J'2S a i 

ViTn 1 rvtiim othei pi'kupa. panala. aadun de B, “i r wtnrt'vw larga «■*» a.ata of 

Mt YATES EV S103 j| vpr> . inwilirin »tc ItaiKhUai'i M-d* l>Jkl»r< prlnaa avallablr 

llav ___ Sarvta# Walk*, npp Arma ini 

RIU4AAD ARENA SERVICE SACRIFICE M U MX. H • TON EV B ' 3fi2T 

JUJI 5 Om>«llr I ha Mrmofla] Arana pirk-up SUB. EVSU31 

1 a & ™ w WArr , AND , SEF ‘ ^ 

*2(6 57 C.HWui, lady drlvrr .1775 AH «'a» »«r WSWZ . Wf ara pr-ud !» aril Travrtalrr 

St Prrfaet rad In. rut raj _ LWl iny nMC ViTON PICKUP f« Cinad* i flnral—u> tha mukt dlv 

U Aiatln. naw palm . .*3TI cilmlnatinK («• pin wty, pay a llf.la 


rAROo IT » VVN : speed WAIT AND SEE 

All Jlaal bnrty MSSk12 Wa am nrurt TravW 


Standard transmission. 
Custom radio. Needs 
some body work. 
CLEAROUT PRICK 
- $277 


54 OLDSMOBILK V4 auto-1 
malic. AH power equl]>- 
nient. Custom radio. 
CLEAROUT PRICE 
$348 


57 PLYMOUTH 2-Door Se 


7.~ ~ _____mnra Inr real quality Thaaa ara m 

limllad auvply dua In rraal damaruL 
18? PASTS ACCISSalllt I>-injnairatnr dun May lOUl—nuae 
Jlvai! I hr WUi All but nnr pra-xdd 


DOLPHIN MOTORS 
LTD. 

Sales— Parts—Service 
950 YATES STREET 
EV 6-3527 

OAK BAY 
MOTOR SERVICE 

IMS Oak Bay Avc BE 

62 MERCURY Tudor 
Hardtop 


dan. V- 8 , automatic trans-1 j^ lh "«7 <■<»<*>*»t>u 
mission, custom radio. L- u !7 T vtm r 


Custom Radio, Whitewalls 
Reg. $2795. 

SALE PRICE $2591 


Reg. $2295 

SALE PRICE .$2089 


63 CHEVY II Nova 4-Doar CLEAROUT PRICE i Victor Sedan I w*"'* to virw - 

Sedan auto trans cus- *U5 imm«<-uiata <.»diiion 1 1157 super oe luxe rocket * 728 Yates Street 

seaan, auto, inns., tus I t,* 114*5 2 i«w ouum^i. ruiiy suiwnaiir 

21225" !H ™ GM ' 61 CHRYSLER 2-Door KTawSST -X 

S ALE^PRICE * 1-495 61 VALIANT 2-Dr. Sports Hani.op -1------ 

SALE PRICE . $.495 Har<Jtop . utomaUc -i.ypowar |; ^ i MUFFLERii 

55 ANGUA Tudor Oean an trans, custom radio. S1 CHEVROLET Wagon g,£S ^ TS-S" ! For most malreTof cars 
excellem car. Vf as $595. bucket seats, heater, de- aii po»n emss hrarkHi awsa ■* »«.4>«i ' or mosl mages °t 

SALE PRICE ..$395 froster, signals. Fin- Cl MONARCH 2-Door »7 wjntiac sedan must sell 1 from $385 

Ished In lovely ermine Hardtop . j MStanirTlS ^ ftfSi 

NO DOWN PATMEOT! ^te. ^ , £&2fl2Sk ^ ** ^ ” °X2ir£&~ .» am 

J7?fA^. C H! ,G_FIRST CLEAROUT PRICE 57 DODGE Custom Royal i*w dodge coupe in good «« 


58 METEOR *•500"’ VK Con ^ dodge Dart 2-Door Se- 

V I 7 s. f. mart **“ 8nd d » n - v ' 8 nuxor, 1 -owner 
while. Fully rBr n._ 


62 RAMBLER Cla*sic 2-Dr. 
62 PONTIAC Strato Chief. 2 Sedan, 6 -cyl., automatic. 
Dr. Sedan, frxyl economy 1-owner car. Reg. $2295. 

model. One owner car SALE PRICE.$1984 

Reg. $2295. 

SALE PRIO: $1983; 62! PLYMOUTH Belvedere 

___ ' 4-DoOT. V- 8 . automatic. 


62 VAUXIIALL 
Victor Sedan 
Immai-utalk <-<m[|(lan. 
Tri»- kcinamy 

61 CHRYSLER 2-Door 


I.) rtakr *3M 

*3 AlMlIn Sanwnta. »*w Pkln4. 

I* rlur II* 

■vtk rinonrity; Trj-*» Up or fktwr ; 
EVI-Tilt 


UNITY USED CARS 
NO DOWN PAYMENT 
On AMtrovkd Credit 

57 INTERNATIONAL *WD Tr»w.liH 
«t KETEDK Sadkn ... *1S4S 

5S FORD A-T —. «1MJ 

- m CHEV B*t Air Acyl. AT I1WS 

KANT OTHER MAXES AND 
MODELS 
far* Wkki-d for 

na CASH OR CONSIGNMENT 

«M Pudan EV t 5*31 

SACRIFICE, PRIVATE RALE 
iwm r« c« 1 * l>| ennpaay cor 
DMfi Mu-! jrH 1 -uwtwt ISM PlyintJilh 
Belvwtara 4<lnu» L •» mllMkt. 
fully- equipped. Muil be ««M 
17(-1361 f* afl appilnliRekl to view 


SIMPSONS-SEARS 

ALL-STATE 

GUARDSMAN 

Premium 4-ply Nylon Tire 

47-MONTH GUARANTEE 
Aaalral an r,*d hinrda 
PLUS— 

• a r«trj II* more mltaa over m I 
lire you may be rapladni regard- ' 
leaa ut make m awalily. faaada'a' 
Vrungeai Tire Cuaranlae 

Only $15.95 each 

1 * 10 x 11 -tube tire! 

Installation Arranged 


1157 SUPER DE LUXE ROCKET Hk 
*14*5 5-inft* Oldimublli. Fully automatic. 
| |iw«r brake* and 
arat enveta, *ood Urea. Prte# Sl.UM. 
EV3-MS*. 


SIMPSONS-SEARS 

LTD. 

728 Yates Street 
386 3161 


Order vuuro now 

USED -SPECIALS TRADE-INS 
Alirval u new. 16 fL Anaba'raL 
rvlraa-AI.IKIS Almoal ai new. IJ- 
u AmijM adlh b-akea—*1,1(6, Cle.UI 
15-fl. General II 1(3. 

REYTAJ-S 

Tna-ka and Campt-rv 
17, U and 16ft Trailer* 

All ParU. HiLhea. Piuyue 
Enulpmenl 

HI t'E BONNET COACH 
Cor Hwy. R.. 1 and Mill Hraara 
OR 62*14 


VANGUARD CAMPERS 

. See Our Daplay. TODAY’ 

Low Boy fnr hun'm*. flahut* *7(5 
" Cab over, aieep 4 *!-'.’> 

" ► Cab. Ude dtnctie ... Ilk»l 
Cab. fibn-jlaja nxd aiV<1 
* K)brc*l**i pt“l MM - *)7*l 


cquipfied .$1695 


car. Reg. F2195. 
SALE PRICE 


cusiom radio, whitewalls.! 
Reg. $2495. 

SALE PRICE .$2277 


ANGIJA Tudor. Clean, an 


excellem car. Was $595. 
SALE PRICE ..$395 


NO DOWN PAYMENT! 
FINANCING—FIRST 
PAYMENT JULY 1964 


white. 

CLEAROUT PRICE 
$1689 


MUFFLERii 

For most makes of cars 
from $385 

tumoie* Her 

AuiUr AW _* 3.1* I IK 


uoi. ou.uira Royal im dodge com in com «« 

TV,one Full piwr. moM.1 uit iw 

Immaculate cnndUnm HIM PUm.Hjtli A Duds*. 

ntRYKI I’D Won m __ modem n tt J.st 

„ . "V on , ISC RENAULT UOKDINI. EXCEL Ramble! ■ nvat mutal*) «W MM 


59 MONARCH 2-Door Hard gj FORD Fairiane 4-Door. 6 - 62 P0R,> FhIco " ♦■Door Se- 62 STUDEBAKER Lark' 2 


top. Full power, new 
paint, leaded with extras. 
Was $1995 

-SALE PRICE .... 11095 

62 RENAULT Gordini Se¬ 
dan. Immaculate. One- 
owner. Was $1395. 

NOW .$1195 

81 ENVOY Sedan, radio 
red. Was 11295. 

SALE PRICE .. . $1093 


57 CHRYSLER Sedan 


H -In" Cab. filin-jlajj nxd ailrtl 
W fibre*l*#j foci/. Ml Ml „. 1)7*1 

LOG CABIN SALES 

73S COLDSTREAM AVENUE 
>4Md laUml Hiahway 1-Ai 
. grt *sn Glttrore imfuii 
OPEN WEEKEND* 


TRAVEL TRAILERS 

LARGE SELECTION - ALL SEES 
NOW IN STICK We need %,-ur 
u«ed leave) trailer ikynin trada- 
in and eao-Uani iemu. NOW OPEN 
7 DAYS A WEEK. (AM TO 
* PM 

TRIANGLE 
TRAILER SALES 

GR 8-3*11 EV i t Ut 


;rrc^;,m^rR,r «. *«.\ b«* *«.. i» 1 r l ,sr' essTrar'...-~r™ trailer sales 


$1795. 

SALE PRICE $1597 


*2295. 

SALE PRICE _$1995 


60 STUDEBAKER Lark 2- 61 PLYMOUTH Savoy 2-Dr. 
Door. Automatic, custom! Sedan. Slant 6 motor, cus- 
radio. Reg. $1395. ,om radio. 1-owner car. 


ally clean throughout. 
Reliable, economic al 
family car. Wa* $1995. 
SALE PRICE. $1793 


Dr. Sport* Coupe, auto- wmie wmta _ cRUM alter « pm 

matie tran*., custom ra- 53 AUSTIN A40 Convertible metkir - Niagara, lower 

dio, finished in lovely! Pn, v«l al ed and Piped. JUtJlo and healer 

metallic blue with match> AUSTIN Sedan * ,r ~ ^ 


lom radio, 1-owner car. 62 PEUGEOT "404‘‘ Sun 


SALE PRICE 


SEE THESE 
STATION WAGONS 


Reg. $1795. 

SALE PRICE. $1666 


Roof Sedan. One of the 
seven best made cars in 
the world. A first place 


ing tutone Interior. 
CLEAROUT PRICE 
$2188 


Gad mrehknlcali) 

Open Evening* 
Till 10 p.m.! 


GR 61 296'altar 4 p m _Triumph 7* 1M . UT* *71 

■taTM^Kml^GAiu LO^R- NATIONAL MOTORS 

ed and piped. Radio and hearer. .. 

Onod mm* Whitewall tlree. *423 X19 I ate* EV 4-8174 

GR 64737 


m roRD convertible v» 

autnmaUn. Immarulate and perfi'ci. 
One .o«n»e *l«W KV63«M. evn 
EV 3-7S18 


IJM • PAVCENGER WAGON a»TiFp5vi > * anOOR ~ » ii>Ah 
Be.ut.ful While A.wtian Rasum.**. *1 ME «r 

T*. 1 ,; br«i offer * EV 2 M13. 


OLH REW LOCaTTOR 
2430 Blanafuud *4 tmI 


Tout Car* -Mean- la UM 

BATTERY 


TRAVEL TRAILERS 
TRUCK CAMPERS 
MOBILE HOMES 
I Mile* No(11\ -ei Highway L 
OPEN WEEKKNDo 

GR 8-1041 

SILVER LINER 
INTF.RNATIONAI. AWARD WINNER 
LOLi^APSIULE TRAVEL TRAILER* 
MYHRE TRAILER SALES _ 
•ill Mi'Ken*>e Ave GK »14s* 


SEE THESE HARDTOP wl ™^ r in , ™| , *-Uanada gj STUDEBAKER Lark 4- »,fr«3>%iii taiuMrade and a- sa yxiRn tui*)H. Jiao. i*m roRi) For a eimrg «ur* *tan *v«ry am. I7r>HA _ vACATin\'-n>i" t , riTdv'v* 
rally. Was $1893. r»nnr Sedan automatlc MBC * Plicate aale. EV im? 6 d-«> *rn -31 Chev. 4-do.*. r30. UM aa -ACME” 111 ~ liS. 


CONVERTIBLES 


Over 30 More to Choo*e from 57 FORD 4-Dr. Slnlion Wlu__ 

300 mtxiel. V4I, auto- « CHRYSLER Sar.ttoga 2- 
171 Yates EV 5-2415 matic, overdrive, custom Door Hardtop, V- 8 , auto¬ 
radio. Reg. $1095. hialic. power steering 

— ■■■■ - - - SALE PRICE . $891 awl brakes,custom ratlin. 


rally. Was $1895. 

SALE PRICE .... $1495 

53 VOLKSWAGEN Tudor 
De Luxe with 58 VW 
engine. 

SALE PRICE .$495 


MAYFAIR SPECIALS 

*3 Van*hall Sedan .*274 

U Sirrwa 5' like new .. . . *! .Si 
• > S.mra Sedan *330 

•i VolkJ. C ach lk»> 

NEW GAI.AX, E CAMPER 
fully *uuippo.l iiuitandmg value 
HI* 

M A V F A I R 

Motors Ltd. 

*34 Cloverdale 3167113 

.Juai off Oniglaal 


57 DODGE 2D,or Custom 
Station Wagon, V- 8 . cus¬ 
tom radio, tutone, wtnte- 
walls. Reg. $1295. 

SALE PRICE .$1022 

58 PONTIAC Sed. Delivery, 
1-owner. Good shape. 
Reg. $1095 

SALE PRICE 1898 


SUPER MOTORS LTD. 

*7 G.MC \-l-tl tarkup. L-»lg 
4 »i«-vd tranainivj.vn . *l.-"i 

3 . foHD sr-i a . • • 

J.> FORD ST-.n . * 6 ..V 

*■ PONTIAC ieftan Delivery r»3 
40 Ln'e Mndrl Uruta 
Tj Uka»e, 

Ji)IS QUADgA EV r. *131 


NO DOWN 
PAYMENT 


hialic. power ateerinn SALE PRICE . $495' 

$891 ami brakes, custom radio. | 

Many other extras. Beau- „ .. 

Lsiom tiful tutone with white- ’°‘ DAY I ' RLt EXC1LLNGE p 
walls. Reg. $2995. 

emte- SALE PRICE .$2786 55 CHEVROLET 2-Door Se¬ 

dan. Fully equipped and 
$1022 61 CHRYSLER Windsor 4- guaranteed. 

Door Hardtop. V- 8 , auto - 1 SALE PRICK _ $695 

eiJ ’ matic. power steering __ 

*' and brakes, custom radio. ■** VOLKSW AGEN De Luxe 

«ouu Many other extras. Sharp Beautifully clean. 

tutone paint Reg. $2895 SALE PRICE $ 8 S:i' 

SALE PRICE $*^91 49 CHEV. Original paint. ** 
Body good. 


Door Sedan, automatie —«• EV63*g •*» '« c ^ v ,A™*! r5 ° ^ -acme- 

tran* custom radio, *-vvk hundreds or holuk ** 1M1 fnK " 12 VOLT BATTERY 

" ‘ ' laulu ' S- Ihu 1364 Mrn-urv M'«ild*ir. IWti PvlNTlAC S-CYLINDCR. AUTO- 

One owner case history Beautiful y«lt<«w with bUrk imm,*. maUr. 1 wn» 5 mor. EV4-4AM1 <3 C.X. 

car - I Leg ih*n 3 UMIi i mla Comptrt.ly 6« p m. _DMlv.rad *od laiUltad 

rqJii*s»p83. ^CR ^-#^33 , PQMTAC 4*DR STANDARD 1 

CLEAROtT PRICE 1 leaving tor usa. - take i numer. 12 non miiu *2.4So. Gu* FRANCIS BATTERY St 

« 10 .l.l over pkymenta nn » Dndao im- r*nt»* TV 65342 ttucc- r -r-rv 

* iMclilkle cuodlliuti. whitewall tire*. m .,n rmsoAiirkll ' vv L.IU- 

rm - H*I rv 62« ^er SpjSW'.U 

a * Ikm. _ 


TIRES LTD. 
lUtrwdia* Spacwiutk 
CV67UU 


ro TV,- JT. c . HAVE COMPANY CAR. AACKtUCE ! rurl . «c-|MN STANDARD * 1 


TT...J dpic . betta. l-rkup ll*hi. rtr - 

option. This I* ■ prestige Low Pnvmte EV i-Ui» is PONTIAC CUSTOMIZED 2 

car that will offer many uu» chev ma.>tfh - rumble i nin,lln * 
trouble-free miles. ?«dii!. l Sr B, CouJ?Le'k Ti»m. n p5!S m- ponttat hump inspected 

Cl. E A ROUT PRICE _______rv'l^Vn-T ** 

*«* utrviri to a rvvAO ■«* urnr* *-• * y __ 


•S3 METEOR JDCXIR. 53 MERC 

I mill, '-i r»<-* ram. new plum. ne*r -52 4-DOOR DOfXIF. RF.CONI1I- 
new rlutrh. pmnu and rmtanjer. ii>nrd mu4«r. lum j)gn*l*. r *- 

Gulrk ulr *173 GH S-BM9 dlo and lir«6 *!•' 4JWW«l. 


u IMS model Cumptm* wuh etctil* 

12 VOLT BATTERY '"**'• '*•" bwiiiiw m r«ve. 

_ *'hk and if» hi* Sleep* five. Never 

$12 73 EX. ,Uih uvevl on hlgbwa) Prv* |] 

D*4lver*d and UMtalMd W * :3 _ 

- W irhENDETTF. HfU SE^fWtLEtt 

FRANCIS BATTERY St u,v.mne ne«ier and iuh 

TTWCC t TO ijJT.t" l " ur ‘ »’*’ d *: lid 

TIRES LTD. W II >ell .fcirrnn - Apuy evenln** 

Retrwdin* Sp«a»u.t* un |' 3SH_L«uder_GR 7 2417 

£V 3-711*3 FAtCTOfrV-ntJTLT ALUMINUM 

■■■ . — . . | 'raller. *ieep* 4 5 na lankv. Ha* 

1 fully wired. W*i. Kim rUvaa 

SPARK PLUG I Ta * b-a. i-e 

• SPECIAL • _ 

1 TRA1LEK. IN Good SHAPE. 
SIZES To FIT A GOOD RANGE lot. p4T1o, mnrprt# curb, driveway, 
OK MAKES AND TYPES , n-ptu- tank, ihed 1TX14'. tome lawn 
OK MOTORS. | «nd thru)*, GH MK!7 . 

To dear 29c ea. must sell leaving islandT 

-'8 S<’|| I* hnvu.' trader Fully 

DAD TIRE LTD. e<iulp|f>l Immaru lale 3 x»M« 4 . 

... . .. TOR -SALE - 16 ARISTOCRAT 

Victoria Duncan 'r*ner, ^ 1 ,^ (nil; , mv0 . 

EV 71 ,- Tin, hnike*. hllrh. Pbnoe EV 4 ?UI 


SPARK PLUG 
• SPECIAL * 

SIZES TO FIT A GOOD RANG* 
OK MAKES AND TYPES 
OK MOTORS. 

To dear 29c ea. 
DAD TIRE LTD. 


•On Approved Credit 1 
TAKE UP TO 36 MTHS. 
TO PAY 


PAYMENT PROBLEMS? 

Hyn munihly jujuienu lerepina 64 TRIUMPH Herald. Only 
> I nan buvJi* a ( »r? Lei me •>»"* _ii_ u r nott , p , 

y u how via* ran pav your lurtrol Jl **4 miles. IJKe new. Ka- 
Ln* and »* • quality iw t>r s-a. dio. Save $500. 

SALL'PRICE .. $1599 

p- Lbi-ivC! afier C or wi-eken.li. 


NO DOWN 
PAYMENT 
<On Approve,! Credit* 
M.UviE NO PAYMENTS 
TILL JULY 


pen BUICK tNVlfTA 4-DiXIR vimini.r.rv n imiMir i- 

KardLv. Am.,malic. i««er *qui,d<«L Door. V-8. automatic, 

Ermine while, bene interior. Im-, l4f »wer aleeriniy and 
ma.uiaie and in l-p fndl’»«i. |»<>wer steeling anti 

T-adr _md pa>m»n,a »«eptad. brakes, custom radio, tu- 

-tone, whitewalls. Reg. 

•S3 FORD PICKUP. ’C7 PONTIve. $1395. 

*61 M <Ti» 1110 61 Polar. .... nriI ™, 

'61 Mini Minn, S«' Simta V \ SALI. PRICE $1189 

*:-v Ciw vvunv U K«d 2 d" 1 

"" 57 TODGE Roval 4 Dof,r Se- 

\r v aT-^ee^, dan. V-8. a u 1 o m n t i c. 


62 SIMCA 5. 4-Door Sedan. 
51399 Reg. $125)5. 
ir 4.1 SALE PRICE . $1088 


SALE PRICE $19, 

62 ACADIAN Convertible. , 
Power top, automatic 
transmission, custom ra¬ 
dio. Showroom condition. 
Was $2595. 

1 SALE PRICK $2395 

58 PONTIAC Swato Chief 

| Sedan. A top family car 

nicely equipped. Was 
$1295. 

SALK PRICE $10951 


61 VOLKSWAGEN leather- >'«4 rambler no HARDTfjp. for sale- i’WD thunderhird EV 2-7283 74ti-7iai - “ H _ u | ’'»» kvi jji 

‘ ■ 'vrrdrtve ruin re. limn* •eat* Fully red «r*llent cundiUim- —-- FUR KENT SLEEPING TRAILER 

Ctte interior, heater, ne- 7 llrr»_ h (iO' mll»*, n tuu ur hrarr»t name KV 4.1S45. MliKt'LERS. 14 U with nan.A'F. rraa evablr. GR ms.it 

froater, signal*, chrome, '' ,Wr SHS ’ 1M4 -- -■» ,>ld* jaxmi hardtih’ new t/mm TftauJtM r«P 

wheel discs. p,.-* ^ **BTg JfmffTt ^ >! r » ,hffln " 

(t h Alfrtirr puirv THar.S?i all 1932 CHEVROLET HARDTOP. TOP flera »4.J3 1*11 pipe, *2 » Sandy'a WANriUl _ Hid'BE TRAILER. 

CLEAROUT FRICK, | fvT«ta .xmithm EV6WC Auto Part., lira View a*, EV 6-4476 rrmrmaWr. ra«h GR 4-1*72. 

$1099 


Hh^ ^ »h.pmr*i irru-mr trailers r« 5>i 

Tm/mmS mtJSlXt " r,lhffln ’' »»_ 


CLEAROvlT^PRICE. I Whai^Irr^"- fvTwta I ixailthoi F.V s ue __ Auto Fam, lira view Si, EV 664*6 rM*-«Nr ea«h UR 4.1*72._ 

51099 r«T CUSTOMIZED MERCURY iS.M _ METE''H SKUAS RADIO, BUitNSIDK CAR RADIO ' r+]|.lTY TRAILER. I RAK'S Xtvft 

N, w pan,, New k-ud lha|»- *163 . GK6 1W* RAnWYU^iS.as^f L ' **« tol1 1,thlfc ** GR S.-7J7. 

li 1 / 1, rjn','U'* l Fv , 'u! , r |, ’ orrrd »* iwixiK cheap than spin *,.l cars f.v 673T. »'•)« rent is 1 thaii.eil sleeii 

62 FORI) Falcon 4-Dr. .-" ,IOVB . WWS _ 


Ranch Wagon, cusiom ra- »™ n ANt> lom br,kt +**»*■'*•*• “<* w * NTFn Tt 

J .‘tI. P*I»" orre*-*. GR k:i*C _ ««f gnndms Wnupm tut in*. eshti-FW. Cttl-ZMO 

dm whltewall*, vinyl m- «* Art. c«w ^ ^ >Rn V 7 rr,H-EV) 2 Mn emm eisfiN kirgb .ism, ltd p, R R „ NT „. . 


LAJLER, GOOD 


terior. 

CLEAROUT PRICE 
$2244 


TRAILER RFN 


t; 1 «7w'iTiiS-*.-OHti.LY: 181 KWMN IMPORT AMO ^ ^ ' 1 1 Sufl 

SPOtT CAM *r iu HOTELS 


NOTHING l*1Wff, *tn* MONTHLY 
l«l P’.NTIAC- PAiUSIEN.NE SE¬ 
DAN. *3293 ART’S CARS, BURK- 
S’DE AT HARRIET 


1 *>J CHEV II SUVA CDNVERTI 

s ' blark writ red mien,,- tan k, I laAVCf KleeiW, radio, 1U- SALE PRILL $9fl , - 

r .K :»dl . and .d‘ en .1 ir _ an- ! , . p" . j3 PLYMOUTH Sedan. CUS- 

21^* " r -_ A !3^5_ t iii >!u sv] .. p ,,, r V. g ' " 59 M(JA Sjiorts Coupe. Reg. tom ratlio. Was $ 395 . 

• „ l A j,‘', U v'n ‘"’’'■'■KitTliv.E SALE I KICK 5JNJ SALE PRICE $175 

h fh "if I full V |‘AVivfil. ruif.fi|M’<l . _ 

r. 1 • and AW ip> Often. PR. 57 DOlH.K Muyfiiir 4-ISair SALK PRICK $11)91 

Sl^^r^Ti.rs-wv us- i HaitHop. V-8. auu.ma1i.-,> 1101 Yale* Si. at Cook 

.1 i. ...rovrd il teih eo'..- Kv- ,u,< ™ m » antl wh‘1«- SEE THIS SPECIAL EV 6-6168 

c.-ilml C'in-'' in. 42T5. T' ail. - <• n- Reg. $1095, 

, der.-l. Ph.'w 11,11 743-2333. g ALE PK [CK . J98S 59 MERCEDES 180 Diesel,-— 

e 7 rrlrV pni FT ** Door Se- 1 '° W ^ r Ci,r ' ReR ‘ ,,S95 ‘ HORWOOD BROS. 

>:.i-riimf cnvditdM vou H-i.i,. si j7 CHEVROLET 2-Door Se-, SPKCLLL PRICE $1195 

GR 7^337 v __ dim. Reg. $895. 8J VOLVO PIWIO Soon. Coupe. 

vail ikdHiE 4-IMKH4 SEDAN SALK PRICK S*i8I _ sl'raTvw *:3t)'at . "*S81I* 

if Vw'r ri‘^' 58 MORRIS 1000 Convert- M chevrolct Bh ai,. com. 

?V 63 W ‘ 56 FORD Custom line Coupe, lhle. Reg $895. Aut.anaue **r> rican *uy» 

--«c rTmck-5a»7e -- radio. Intone Keg. $795 SALK PRICE «93 « WLKY ^5, Spm^-djja. 

3 •*- Renan > 'ew.'l'nl n rwrllwit SALK PRICE $666 ... , •» C-diariric mt’elwnickl 

» ,,e :iai k\ j i*'«7 a8 HILLMAN Minx, tutone. »an«m» »i*"‘ 


57 CHRYSLER Windsor 4-' » ALK PRICE $1088 SALI a PRICE $1095 

Door. V- 8 , automatic, ' 

power steering and MORRIS 1000 2-Door So- (jj AUSTIN ‘850’. Top run- 

lirakcs, cusiom radio, lu- <lan ' 5 H95. n i n ,. condition, needs 

tone, whitewalls. Reg, SALE PRICK $999 some cleaning. Was $895. 

$1395. .. SALE PRICE . ^ $695 

s\t F PRirv *iieu TRIUMPH Herald 2-Door 1 

Soflan. tuinne. while- 51 FORD Sedan. First class 
57 DODGE Ro> a! 4 Door Se- walls. 1-owner car. Reg. running order. 

dan. V- 8 . automatic, $1095. SALE PRICE $175 

I*Aver steering, radio, lu- SALE PRICE $921 ... „ 


___ ’WASTED. FLOOR SHIFT Kolt „ , _ 

Ml ST SFI I tT t/w' imra ' *'* yaur ?,f:W VOI VO Crwv ati.-k InuMinitaum F.V SJI'K R,t ^ Hotel, 710 F 

Immidutata 1*997 DhIjI* Mav fair 2- ^fvtD ^RTTOlS'^* LSIAND AUTO PARTS HOl'sKKEFHNG^ rt' 

»V43S D «*2552Sa?. oc. artdtd .ad ER IC KV 2 3177 r , UV 

- -- -—- - Yale, al C.».k _EV6»69 LANGhUHD AUTO WRECKKKS Etevttof Sroi.* 

rkM oLUSMtMRLE. AUTOMATIC... ai<(TIH.IITAijKT S0nf|~ MAI K 1&TI GOLDSTKUAM GK*.*#. --- TrantifM 

».e-V 11150 (HdainntHe. •utomatlr, •’ V,w-ra ---- UEVERLYHf 

Fta r.>m.«ih mil.* nm. 91 I.W ,H * '''Ii.vi-ITT i:v;:sr gka.i :■ .. r * m" 

■.. tv 61*46 **"■"*.„ r 2'vir ^.-*** 1 22*1 1 ' b*c4l roA. i.K ■*«*■. R.alaa4ua-iMu i^umi i 


LSIAND AUTO PARTS 
Cur. Bride* and Eltlr*. EV ? Jh7» 


some cleaning, was 58R>. BUYER T,.. : ow*m>itde autumatk-, 

c VI L* UPirC frfi-, I 111 ’ 1954 I )rrvailh tla't,41 

TRIUMPH Herald 2-Door^ ^ ^ ^ BENEFITS' j_ 

Sedan, tuinne, while- 51 frORD Sedan. First class « Reconditioning by Experts vo*. hillman husky'*station 


Ritx Hotel, 710 Fort Street 

_ KURNLAIir.il ATAHTMPINTS 
HOUSE KEEPING ROOMS AND 
ROOMS - EV 61021 
.Uvatof S*rvli* Pcrmanvnl 


™ SALE-PRICE $175 * 

s\t F Ptiin.’ ton * Free Exchange 

, ' 53 PLYMOUTH Sedan. Cus- . c priceTacced 

59 MG A Stkirts Coupe. 1’cg. tom ratlio. Was $395. 


| JZ, Fv AiJia * »Mi Ey-Tllmt them* 

i a. I. Off** EV 61*46 _ IMg CRM P m . 

NOTHING TMtWN *1* MONTHLY. LV 64711 day*. ’_ 

W^^fs^t^^ItT^CARjrBu'kN ,W7 TKJ MOTOtl REBUILT. NEW 

*ur™?rt C * R, BLKX flSSJi. " r " dl “ br “ k ' 


BKVERLY HOTEL 
I" ’c 11 ,’r* Mmli-ra'« rarv 
II ..... ► i.; ruuma TV In toun-a. 


WASTED. V94 Rt MOTOR. ANY 


rluirh. m-r tire*. dl« brakr.. (x«XJ 32 CHEV MOTOR AND rt^ra’iJJrah^hi^S^lIf^*. 

j.firtJi y#-®fUn r*iprnij»iii rkAivkeeping rm*. 


SEE THIS SPECIAL 


s.maivr- i m ■ n i l III I -—--»-- Wrakly m^mnly IU Jofinaoo SlraaC 

OA VOI kl^rrv «^, N r.V^ »*-* AUSTIN CUOPF.R LOW j CHKV TRANSMISSION FOR ... 

| , ARA V< H!u^tiiw N AT* S 5auu?J? im'*•**■ wtulenralta. puah-huttnn »ir. r-Kt oundill,*v EV 4-6*17 117 COTTAGIS, CAMPSITIS, 

6ARa._BUftMlDB AT tUKHlbT ^ MMWI. *Wt. U . _ yvrrMrtTmvnm,* SUMMER IISQITS 


V.*| IJUDGK 4-l»«X4 SEDAN SALE PRICK $681 ,, 

6 ant * r-' it'ir S'amtaril i'aiwm «- jl 

?v saw** ,C r ‘^ 1 Ph 56 FORD Custom line Coupe, 

« sack)H er: SALE ttflone Reg. $795 

1HU Rmaa.f G-xdinl. .n cvrllent SALK PRICE $666 . 

> ,[>r 61 III) EV 2 S*S7 ji 

must" SELL-' ■•*>' MBTK.t'R. EN 56 METEOR Niagara. Reg. 

« .'il«-nt mdlU-.n Auh>ma<.<- ra-b • 

Una -.flu uks-cth »H'T sin J.'.Lt. 

t ,f *__ SALE PRICE $389 r 

m Morris. i.’»». a> sew. 5 J 


SALE PRICE $175 

t 

1101 Yates St. al Cook 
EV 6-6168 

HORWOOD BROS. 

SJ VOLVO p-imo Spud* Coupe. 
Inw 4t tw. r*iiio. u.oiio mi'r*. 


-- • Btitidetl Salesmen 

* Top AUowanre for Your 
Car 

* Immediate Delivery 


s.MTiiiv< i-.u.v a... -----KXCKLLKNT CONDITION 49 Jk »> 

NOTIUSG U.WN «!.. MONTHLY. *j SUNBEAM- « TKJ. *2 SPRITE liar nvdor and p*U> 3* Helm,-km. 

VASf.UARD, *2M ARTS KV 67*43 U-* Ul-*< 2340 Dou.’laa — - - 7t|f)TlS IS 

CARA UUKNSIDf: AT HARRIET Sllfrt W ASTED CYLINDER HEAD 1-3 .it t ,, u ,,., lHl 


SUMMER RESORTS 


Siinil.M, DOWN «* MONTHLY, 1961 SUNBEAM ALII N E LOCAL f»nu' v '^’.llctay ‘ Sa-tit rel'fut 

UONTIAC *261 ART S CAMS, rar In evrtlent . didiUu*. Will XI To 13 M «RIS OXFORD F.S- l3u *e,kO vtmaia eieiT 

HEHNSIDE AT HARRIET kivet* trade 477*3914 _ Sin.’ *33 EV 63WI1 - IL.CsS M*'*!* Drw 


1IIKTIS ISIJV.ND FURNISHED 

lOUi.-i. tar ferry fi-om C'am.iuiii- 
SMimnunii. rAti.it*. M <1 

family R.llilny Sitttal.’d. re«ifuL 


HUHNSIDE AT HARRIET 


NOTHING tXIWN. *7 MONTHLY. SACRIFTCT SALE WRECKING '30 VOIUX GR9-M3I. U’AMTD- FTHsTsHFO -tiiVUSF 

HUltssmF^fi uTinnrl* fARS - 'f® PO*Jj|l 'rvT'i'^an ln * KrrHlpn * >* MERCURY 63D EH. KV 4-1567 ■«! tjevdi-m Saamrfi Artn h» nvaith 
HI Its SIDE AT HARRIET nlu«K- *1 IflOEV 2-99*7. _ * 1 nt 1 n - r - T ’ *-**' of July nr Au*uai. KV 4-746" 


aliapr *1 130. EV 2-99*7. 


NOTHING DOWN 419 MONTHLY D*t VUCVtl SPORTS SEDAN, in* 
tK .9 ANGLIA WHS ART S CARS I’remlum emdlUrai. *1.49*. EV 6 tHl«. 
BURNSIDE AT HARRIET T^r-rt,, rven.^rntm., 


AUTO RERAtRSl 
SERVICE. T0WIM8 


OITTAtiE FULLY FURNISHED. 
■ A l’ark«vilte Hen.-n Hen! by wi-i-a 
«r m.dt 1 h. EV 2 6136 


Tlr ve ratin'. . -o , D _ tlaeritnn - _ 19*1 TK3 EXCELLENT CONDI-1 .—- ‘f_ ^ EV 2 tn»_ 

Sat. over ») 2 fK) al . RHI . Iiarotop. KOR 8 AI.B, IM> OIKYSl.EH-. «J-tn. tew muoue. M-M32. TRANS WILL ALTOMA TIC TRANS FISHING C All IS Tt’DWELL 

Nl CHEVROLET Bel Air. Cn*, b. automatic Iran*., cusiom m.’.-Nuurally A-l. need, pputt. Sell w7’ u-rni WlHV WHFKt S RHaaion »eetellal« F.V 62S31 Re- Cro-k. Amk KV J 17*2. 

Automaue very rltan *fa» radio, 2-lone. imwcr. lux- f,,r itarate t77-lTSt bunt Mto. tran.. fnan m n Auto BOOM AND bQaBD ”* 

M RILEY lASpim Sedan N-- urv and comfort > oLtmto.HLE ^ AITuMaTIC. 1<|4 -==—- .ran, tun * up . from «U te ._ '20 ROOM AND HOARD 

muiur pain' ;>r*ke;. «■»•! Urc-- ury nnn romion. , „dl... »„im .ir.-nna and brake- 4 '*>$ TIREJ _ __ -^p otiALfTY RADIATOR Tl'DOH GI EST HOLSt 

DM CLEAROUT PRICE h -T^Vara,- "nmraTlv^k and Minimi?.. Fur ra. r"" 

a . u ,. i» lr . taw | ti*2 HILLMAN SUPER MINX. LOW 51 DOWN j M.irnaun Clwvrtil*MHd«ra->>iii 4 Lid K.n*.t a<cumm.«tallon al re*»wal.!a 

® “h4l. ridlA New Urn ’'i T'-'-.ife, eyr,. n ^rt n«dlilon tlJSi. aVL'K-FW | Yale, at Atuadra EV 6110* rae. Spa-mu. |„un*.. TV Dime* 

*ihl brike. *1710 1^—VJ -a., - — V, A "ALTO REPAIRS' REAS.»N«ST ^T" M7 ‘ta'SSV'Ll "S? a^rtSTte 

3* PLYMOUTH Sedan V-*. au- w HUDSON HORNET IMWXII B*iy* ■ New Goodyear Tire TERMS Xu rarryn* etiante* itd gyvHAkA. ’ on y*ifliald 


Leather seats. Keg. $895 « mga "Hun;; Rj.i.ief wtr. 
WII- wheel* radln. Ne* lire>. • t>, 

bALE PRICK $693 rrvl br.ik<-> IWM 

34 PLYMOUTH Sedan V-», au 


Ml .Hills |-»» As SKVV 5 " 57 AUSTIN A-55. radio and I 'main Tu;,ra taunt. Vary cte ra 57 PONTIAC 4-lRior Famllv "i? r ',‘ rn 2L K ' **» •» ,ar Brakt ltelm;ng. Wlutel Droman i Service 724 John tun St 

- - 35 !*>DGK. radio an,. hea..J hniter, I to. $795. „ C -mhkf ^ ^edan. Heater, signai. ^^ 


PREMIUM *61 VOLKSWAGEN DE, I ^Dbira- 

Iu\r Ita'lki Caati nr amkli Lad" 1 SALE PRICE 
( V ne >'-n792 , 

MUST SELL t!*! ORtVirfft 54 FORD. Reg. $395. 

Mmm. All ntf.-r* cn er 62.!»»1 OT- c \r i- pRTf’F' 

*, len d EV 6MI*. * K1L-E 

t AILS IKiUGHT. SOLD OR TltADF.. 


GHwra TI:Y NO m "' ; PAYMENT 


pi IMPAUA llkhlR HARrYn »l*. 
V*. |»"i'l brake* »ml ale.-. n ■ Ev 
•—lent ••aulMkja. «’. 3WI 17* ,1172 


AND $10 PER Mill 


ON THESE SPECIALS 


pei* --rv,::u aut'Mobiles u 

FiMfn *17 per iron*3 Ar-rp’.vrrr. 

I mu<( tell I'ki-Jli’-T. GH n- Ut< _ 

- 17 ' SOTO 

7«l 4-L»V,R CHEV MECHANICS ’’ * 

"leewi. ten Pb KVWfti •■>•*. 48 AUSTIN A-40 . 

KVM133_rtay._ _ 54 ) DODGE 

111** KURD ZEPHYR t. EXCEL- 44 t||i I M VV 

lint enmlltion. I.IO. 397, Duo*!.*. 

VRSS7TO _ 52 DODGE . 

•I l*v>NT1Ar EXCELLENT CON 52 PONTIAC 
^'""evmLin 01 53 CHEVROLET 

53 STUDEBAKER 


n„„ lna.de ami ,ait KM 

SO MORRIS Mlni-MIftnr. Eeray.ni. 
SALE PRICE $691 cal tranaportalk* tl’U 

™ 57 VOLKSWAGEN. V ~ “*»« financing - 

Reg. $695. 'Morris - M.G. - Wolscley 

$212* SALE PRICE $171 Op.n'* am. to l pm. 

*10 inhna,»n Sirral EV till) 

57 VOLKSWAGEN 'a-Ton at ix'fAtOi th 2 -i>«<R. tiU ~t 

PH. Reg $795 ’•mall Naah i-iwertiid*. *215. .‘C 

cai f tii.if’L' ,.. uo - Fl»mouth. rune p><J, *95. .’it 

SALE PUCE 1.88 Aud.n A-40 I’O S3 Plymai b 

a-Mn. radio. L6V 33 Ow 2-d "ir. 

56 THAMES '.-Ton Panel, tu-> >3 J-ei> auu-m ww;, 

*123 V, Dwtac aetlan. radio, H.3 
I.«’g $69->. EV64WB- ’ 


tUtone * :r excel lent rood I, loo. new 

CLEAROUT PRICK e!!*!,'? - 

eoo- I if Y*P 3 RANSIN UtTATION. 1954 

I *1^4762*111 * U, “ ma ' lf ’ * *•« 

"v*> ~ STUDEBAKER. REI.1AIILK 
59 CONSUL 4-1 tour Sedan, , ,n6 CaU 

Stvling, comfort-and TtAcmiM.-MN,, arwmd m„« 


57 VOLKSWAGEN 
P It. Reg. $795. 
SALE PUCK 


YOUNG HI’81NEHRMKN 
AND STUDENTS 

Hayward Hi-uae it !«■ you. Full 


VICTORIA TIRE LTD. ' u* 1^0 ovt rhaul hpeciai r.auoiiry tv mom 


WESTERN OK TIRE STORE 
New Tr.-adi II0.SS 
On Dnutlaa 

a blprk aouih ,,l Mayfair 
Phona 18621SI 


,U CA ” - «•*>* BOARD 

WANTID | for 2 quiet tfrli to ahare a large 

- -- - 1 win-nedded I ran s*)iaral« 

iranee. I'riviie mane, hall ht.'ira 
If Ynti Want Your Car rn,fn Ju'i.lee Hntiuiai and ixia line*. 
1 Hnn.|y t-n nur-^. ur umranlly 


StreiS Ptaxie .1X3-94*0 


•ell ItwHy 1181 UiIUhS’mw'!- mT 57 INTERNATIONAL I', ton C and SOLD NOW’ FOR CASH ' Udenl. W IK 


Reg. $695, 
SALK PRICE 


CLEAROUT PRICE 
$753 


vert lhle KV 2-3291 (•’ 1 

luai, rvv,iv . . - 5k CRRV It" Hat deck Both I 

, H ~ ) hFATION WAGON. irurka In *r»>d runnin* ronditinn , 


’•■■■rl e.ifvllilon. in*. Can be ii ,-v,,o, e tbh.-k rv > 

nani ed FV "f-U’-i f.EOKf.E ENG TRUCK SALE* > 

EV .W54 _ <H<i Hlllald* EV 63.Ci*i 

iunmrtE”"ler D KV3-S! M i <;< ’ ’>* CHEVROLET 2-TON TIUCkJ 
£* -.^■* S £L ur '*•»'* eanvan'.vrred deck. *693 see 

‘eenj.! 1 TI, v.-e a iXr. _ y H;ifKnrl , Fuel Lid.. 1LU C-v 


SPORTS MINDED 
I'D* ThuraU-rtard o«\v -Ciiile 


S77 55 VAUXIIALL Velox. ^ 53 CADILLAC Sedan wilh .ran Tt r ro w 


SS 8 * Hn< * paint, rebuilt motor, nmw ».ra*.'ed. Km de.non«irata»i 

‘ w) Reg. $595. «“»■ _ 

sn V SALE PRICE .. $4921 '*■ uhkvrolet bri air J 

e'-to aedan. C-eyiimlfr. aubannUe. 9SKI 

JIM W mWIU Rp,, nillra. Original nwner. Warranty 

Z..1 M ^ KP K- W-'- 1-ad.k-d da.vh Timed wmdatueid. I 

$166 SALE PUCK $337 8 m»il rar trade njn*d»>re«L I’rivalc 

11 EV 3-9492 I 


evcri- conceivable luxury i»i , door dodge^ rat mo, rmmmi m 
GM apjiointment. Rv j- 4 *ii r»» CHEt 

CLEAROUT PRICK excellent - * chkv~M Wm. j 

$560 I ra* 1 **. near new 41re*. I CH 62014. 


Enquire MAYNARDS 
Auctions 

Cars Bought Outright 


Sold by Auction 


A • NEW DE LUXE ACCOMMO- 
dal n Wirklnc pe-mle ml .:u- 
ib n TV I unge Dv.-ellew hud, 
I.UI9 !-•» |M>-ked 1ITI Ko k and Ave. 
1”.*!,' EV 69.fi*. 

G4»M) Bf>ARD AND~ ROOM Foil 
•e-rkin* mrn Cloae to ltuil<Ln*« and 
alilpyaida Lunette*" parked. *73, 
Pirate EV 3-393 


'' - ‘ S * va a v "»- 53 M « TD s '»- a®—. * * 135 

vng'g* SALK PRICE . lajlfftir* " ... <“ ™” " * Bt tt, 1 ®- »" * * ** " 


SSL2T *’ M l ’'” W TV M * U 1HW CHEV 67t O WITH HOIST. f„ hnc „„ Pu , c OT i «'«»» AND HOARD FOR WORK 

_ _ _ excellent rrautltlov 13,mat or iteal *31 JOntlSOn H.V -4-aJgl mg men All laundry d'me. lunehe* 

EXCKI.I.KNT « CHEV >i*»r offer PO. »« 122, LadyantMh. __—------ rack.x! (W-tn 3.n*le or aharm*. 

« naratanl. radio, near new Urea.' CH 62014. __ SELL—CONSIGN- ■* *'“1_ _ 

* Ev «" 3,w _ Ijton MERC WRECKER with TRADE DOWN_"A better ' " M and hoard in warm 

1*57 KAJRIeANK CONVEKTinfE A Kv’eUeru lor yard ‘ , , ' " ,, .. cyn.orUMt home. TV l-wtfr feral 

all power, new top iijna Sto, work. *x5 GR * 2K13 deal lor your Clean Car mnua-.n a Vmte-fmra Iratve, ID 


1957 KAJHI^NK CONVEHTIHI.E 


RF.CONDI NATIONAL MOTORS, »I9 


nje Kaeelleni cuoditaet. 3330 

rtirSiorwu^; TOR PROMPT ATTENTION 


1T7 CONSUL. VERY G'JOD cos- 
.1 .tt 9*.' Glln-tm 

IT,5 kl'RD ROADSTER. VtEOULT 
9: sat • avii. GRk lfiKi 


fee McCulloch. Bernte 


lUSt IXHMlr. MAYFAIR 6IKKIR ... ... 

Ilardtup. AutomaHe. V« 'Miw CLLAROtT PRICE 
j tfi-etm. No (4 !><■'.*■. *l75_uaiiL Ab , 

ply S79 Faquimull R<L. Suita 1<S. , , 

I OR PROMPT ATTENTION ^ hardtop" i>f. _ sotiV beau- 1 j 

| Id'll and rl.-ar A-I t-.indllmn Mml. 

OMI. *‘' ,1 KV 69.S73. .flora P- m -___ Jfl CHEVROLET 

Ik F1H4D FLA I’HEAD Got...' Rl S 

Bolt Downev. Bert Ruysell '«"<« * ri *r. Uhai oifen? 419 . 7113 a otiou reuauic 


r Crum|i. .lack Wratheriee, Boh Downey. Bert Russell,!" , , n “ 5 r " r »*“' ""'■r*’ 47« 

r>. |h*Nn.y NlyDAN DELIVERY. after * p.m 

l .fj. JT3 W*lv AO- ---- 


Phone 3967(**4. —- _ NOTHING DOWN. KM MONTHLY 

CLEAROUT PRICE MM ZEPHYR IMMACULATE one '*■* Cltevnilet Pickup. * 79 *. Art ! 
* 77 # ! ..wner ear Can l* rmaarad. *595. c * r ' Hurn * ld ' « l Harrirt . 

• , Pnvaie F.V 631*1 _ lift VToN TR> 'OC. FLAT DECK 

f IM" HILLMAN MINX nMt~MI.IL ^T r .„.* ita ,9 « ^i** ’ "* 

l.nenaeit *73 ur uffer 1145 Palmrt. E 1 ** 1 174 1579 ____ 

CHEVROLET Sedan, ii w ick 2iv»ir hardh.u L, nothing ixiWn i.ts monthly 

G.a>d reliable tramporta- i r^.S'^e 

lion. , . 4.1 I’llFATtOLET t» i- ,;„ ..... um.v 


Yates. EV 4-8174 

Guud Clean 
CARS A-NU TRUCKS 
WANTED ' 

Caait .n I M.nuieai 

- PL1MLEY - 
1010,Yales SL 


TltTH PH PARThTH TIITH TH Till 

exceptional hoard and 

r-.nt, wilt an .annvatale 2 ur 1 qar- 
EV vero 

• >" AND BOARD 9TS~IXP B. K 
»-• ».iuie. 31)1 BeUn-eit Ave Ph. 


LARGE SUNNY ROOM PHtVAT' 
••■eh. ocean fnett fe«*t f -»*1 


C'ltiis Kote 


Joe Hamilton, Krling Olson DM PONTIAC SEDAN radio, IT KAIIOI'T PRICF i ——’ -I pick-up. Evellenl cetdiU'ir. new Heture' selun* Yuur ta* . ivnrx ivrvitP t lUiVrurivr 

^ .healer, while walla. 74» Gladl.da,. ULtAtvUII 1 ItILr. lta!hl «■ IRRM MINOR MDAN. »13P 1 m.d.a S4I*. ■* near offer. EV 3-W« CUMH-LT MtlHRlS4*N 8 ^ L U tb. . 

i <;R -t«! ^_ ^ >" V ^_61 _ CHEVR* >I.ET STEI^IDE PICK- cv »"“» 23TS .rnLEVS^.' 

• BH VALIANT AUTOMATIC SE- M PLYMOUTH HARDTOP. 000b up All it •«. Crjoaaler trade CAPRI MUTORS LTD if F r Tv TV d ~" wHmU T ofaibfw 

ENSIGN MOTORS LTD L dJtl - *"^ , ^- 4943 . _gh^«* __ ••«->'» Cate, or rradc^ i'^l^l^.ie^J 

iliST CADILLAC. NEW CONDITION, . l '«0 VOLKSWAGEN. MIST SELI- 19*1 VoLXSWAGON WINDOW VAN _ KV. h,. m , VaKHla Pfeaa, Box 437 

CHUYSI FR PI Y MOl’TH ^ Urrt ’ _.“The most respected name KV __ <-R <imi__ selling* see arts car sales k 77 -,— board r >FkTCn p. d 

. . -K, PLYMOUTH . 19V ; CHEVROLET SEDAN, *95 1957 CADILLAC REASoNABLS *k MERC N-TON. 479SU97 Ul BU HNSID K ai HARRIET EV 3-960 »,. r -, •, .-i gen'lemen, near tea. 

VAT tAvr rjRrn e v 4 -» 9 ja ___in the automobile industry. " 1< ' EV 6273 K.rwram Place.___ 1 * 1 . 3 * « onus v . ., 1 . for sec "°*_ KV *5I*5._ 


J'dJ CHEVY tl 4-IXKVR SEDAN. 

PNete Chemxlbiut 246393ft. y 

i .t’.fy-M'Min.i ..AN u Tulav" ENSIGN* MOTORS LTD. 

In, l.*n WUN-k aale. Stall EV6MC 

pu-.tiac" V- ai ToMATit. CHRYSLER, PLYMOUTH 
« i-->r sedan. GU 7-1612. 

rtsi-^AVsTUf - A-*t Gfaiir f oMii VALIANT and f ARGO 

1 .«>. Lean Ing namlrv !!»' 3>4-,Vf9" 

‘. I METEOR CONVERTIBLE CALL 

ev . 7 js# .itar 5 ._ .904 Pandora at Quadra 

S! JAGUAR »l« OR CLOSEST 
t.'fer EV 362PI 

itt tck special 2 [xx, it. KV 5-9761 Wide Opel 

a .indanl shift *1.1 Ml F.V 3 l-ii 

J Volkswagen. *5)xi 

Wit b Lad 


ENSIGN MOTORS LTD. I ENSIGN MOTORS LTD. 


OK 9-rst.' rv. 

' I9M VALIANT AUTOMATIC” 8 E 
I dan. while. 4174943 


CLEAROUT PRICK 
$99 


I. 35 nt ICK -’1XXIH HAturriil’ it NOTHING DOWN 133 MONTHLY_ _ mile eltv 1326 Dallar EV 13651 

_ n | J-tT. < | , ^;lde i| lr tUrrJl" H, ‘ *" * ^ A*']? a'^AR’^RT^^ ■i.^TV^'a'i.iA?' 

1 fe tttr m. M TO .ro rton riV™: c^y* Tl 5SJ& 


_—. _ _ '_ _I tal k-up Evellenl fundiU-et. new 

non MORRIS MINOR St DAN, *150 1 m.d.x *4tai ■< near offer EV J-Ht* 
EV6MS7 ... _„ Lee 


n,'*, LT LLiHRtSuN 8 _, LINDEN AVENUE LARGE FROST 

W r5 • ■ urart. arratnd flour, -ullahle *«- 

Yataa at uoadra__ EV *~ 1>a i et d.nly lady ur inti. EV6a*4«. 

w. IUn REFINED wTlXW DF.SIREh 

• rrrt iv'?a '‘ Mrd rw,m ln l* 1 '* 1 ' OT 

1030 Y * IM “• ,-uca home VahHla Prat*. Bo* M7 


FARGO 1 VALIANT. FARGO - ‘ 

3*5-41736_ 

St MoKRln MINOR CONVKRT- 

l Quadra 90-t Pantlora at Quadra -New hrake*. cs u. ohii^ 

1949 PLYMOUTH. llOn OR i*’FE8. 
Ill Montreal Strepi F.V 62656 ^ 

Wide Open 9 a m. - 9 p.m. KV 5-9762 wtoT** puntiach! .mrit in 

f.ral, running order 17 m, Emerron 
sTnaSH AM1IASSADOR. flLLMAN 

--- --.'ued. *126 GH 3-4586 a/tar 6 


in our 55th year!" 
EV 4-8174 

national 


IJSSH PLYMOUTH SEDAN. IlSfl OR FARGO 6TON VAN 2 SPEED '«1 rar. KV S-LKJ. GIVE RuDM AND BOARD AND 

nrarefl offer. EV S .774 after 10 a m. ay la All xleel h.xty- »4-jB!2 S[ -pj \| <>« ftTs oXVXfHD. r » r< f,lf ’"' r peopf. 3X 6-1887 

l ISLk fits. EXCELLENT CONDI- dThjgE VTON PICKUP. GOOD iti.-hxn-- sprem! EV4 SHI. ROOM AND HOARD. 

Itpdt. EV4T7.6, .nape. «»• 734 quran. 113 TRAUIRS AND TttAlLCR l*b-«le mm 


I n*4. Consul sedan cood or- i«« chev duXp truck, ex 

der *273 EV 63914. rallent f fNidltaet 419-13X1 


COLONIAL INN OFFERS MONTH 
ly raiea fur dlumminanns (uaa'a 


1MH AUSTIN A-40. *MI OR BEST I960 STUUCIUKEK PICE UP GOOD ON F. WHEEL FACTORY BUILT CAIXSORD BAY OVERLOOKING 
• Her EV 12604 unnlnu urtler. Ilel EV 62194 LTu)rr 12M Cainnwe Crewenl »* 177 1791 S-x * m 

'961 MORRIS OXFORD SEDAN l'*‘' tk .la.E ‘.- TiiN I'lCkUP. liUU. Foil RENT 13 THAU K SLLEIN i.‘.K kill r Fill AT ll'XIM NIC., 

Yuur term*. M4-4MU I GK 1-4234. ± kU a week- KrUX gardra, *i«>l LxaL EV 3-ant* 























*• caiar to middle-aged ■taertk. 

imhu, aor room i in bright and 
ralra large rmiy furniahad i..r 
llltit hni ae Imaging. Hot and cold 
- ... ■•in ail room* 

•la balk m la 


With or without 

•u w*t«». evj- 

DM L4WJI. ru..._ 

rumuhed fried room, amtahlr 

light a «Miu|. ag Stair* lain 
«W nw> «r> w r month. «taati 

included. Walking <?- - 

r.V 2 -MM 


WILSON'S COTTAGES 
<om »a>x muon gucu 

Hnuatauftplag MUCH good fiwana 
awUnraing and Ik wring. Her* '»tn 
•• lam MIIMIM anaa tha flam 

uutikur null' ahnudflg In Oannda! 

hU ALHKH.nl '** 


Coronation Motel 

New Oman— "Tha MUIRS" 

Friendly (amUy iMiaMari Large 
play area. Park naaniy cioae lo 
• hopping- Samfe. Ihaalrm alt. 
1 1 ala *aU contained with klugiana. 

Hun ail 322 


n»«t 


nts**rt«1 


ltd r trip* m iha area. haU avail 
alita Wrila far brurtiurr, raaafva 


PARK.SVTIJ.E 
VM . II C 


TMV-U3B 


* 1 . . 1 . at* purge ba*n> at It 

» ru- ■ i • m». -.ml- •> • 


oari-nxi,- five tew'mg 


-x-lient library 


Beacji. B C. 


ROYSTON 


Elderi. 
CV 4AM] 


court* ora far 


SIDNIY 

17 Mila* Warth at Vh-Ioma 

Cnigmyl* Motel 
and Trailer Park 


H rat ad himmuti pool! 
NMB.H l« 1 d Cia.gmjte. 1 
Work from ehuipuig cenfiT. gin 
ei'dea. DUTY (IREK STORE cioae 
t.i elf tun rHEK Tv. ciac to 
KwarU Bat and Anacorir* Kerr' 
kidney. B.C. Pti 4121441 

SALT SPRING ISLAND 


THE SI UPS 
INN 

CuMPLETEL* 22JUKKKI2EXJ 1 
Lmaled m l.angra. irtertaukig. Hr 
harbur. Famoue lac Un* fund* - in 
Ihc timing room or the ixiffr* *ta, r 
'•* Witt lind Ihc ralra rrwaon.bli- 
and lha motm ixapftirtabta Phine 
Gunge* 10 TuU Flue ft,r reerrv amnia. 

Writ# A. a MiCOWAH, Uan«rr. 

HARBOUR HOUSE- 
HOTEL 

rr erinuang Gang** Harbor ana 
r «■ ff«M Uriud* *wimm:ng 

|>-tl Wntita i«mi, Kxrellrn' rui 
aiar Coextartabi* anc.irrnn.xiati.m 
In lodge ur weH-appuin'nt rahlna 
►or a holiday In rfmrmlkr, mrnr 
how. I’hone Gang** Jl 

_Wrila n Croft.*. Gang** 

ENJOY YOUR HOLIDAY at” j 

ARBUTUS 
MOTOR COURT 


Fidly modern new anal ovprtoukng 
baauUfui VaakiYlua Bay and Sana.-u.it 
2 arrow* 

DAILY AND WEEKLY KATES 
SPECIAL SPRING HATES f 
" Pf“" A ' iU *«S 
J C. HE II), RRl. Cange*. Ph 


BOOTH BAY RESORT 

a a a a 

all-alartrir hnuaekeeplng rot. 
U 2 >-« .« Bout It Bay. LOiXiE- Quiet 
y.'taaatinn, a(w, i,jub ground *, warm 
•w./nm-gg. minuet flatting, i-lami, 
and ovaier* TV in LOUNGE 
hbufflrboard. gn*f, *iur*. Wnia ll x 
TVL Gauge*. B.C. Phona Gantraa ilTY 

MALANAT 

11 Mile* from Wcl urla 

BAMHERTON BEACH 
FISHING RESORT 

IDEAL FAMILY WMO«T 
SAKE BEACH 

C-amgm. poar. bnata. guild flab 
kKC. , it mils* up Malahat. neat lo 
Bwmiwcirti Path. 

New iWbn ■ 

HILL and PHYL SIM 
Cobble Hill 142SYH 
King Ktuhei man Weigh-In S tau-ro 

SOOKI 

3* Milaa from Vlnong. 

Sunny Shorei Holiday 
• Resort * 

LAfWiCiT end KIN EAT fMTDOOR 

SWIMMING POOL 

OH TlfK ISLAM) 

STORE - niLLY MODERN OIT 
TAGE-i - TENTING WITH REST- 
ROOMS AND SHOWERS 

BOOK EARLY 

Boat Ramp — Fishinj; 

PHONE SOOKE *7JMil 


CAMIRON LAKI 

lie Mlla« Irem Vicincig. _, 

CAMERON LAKE CHALET 

RIGHT ON TUI SHORES Of 
CAMERON LAKE 

Complata HtCrt facUltln, dining 
room. Bat launuhini nung. Mata 
fur rani. ipaevAia Iraag raw Mag 
ground!, he* and id* haiti 
nua ii-Mi 


lit ARARTMfNTI TO 

_..... U**1. Mae It. IH4 


PLAN YOUR 
VACATION NOW- 
THEN MAKE YOUR 
RESERVATIONS 
EARLY FROM THE 
ADVERTISEMENTS 
USTED HERE. 

COBILE HILL 

PONY PADDOCKS 
SUMMER CAMP 


Sooke River Cottages boys and girls s-u 

• • • • A-C R A HATES »U PXH WT.EK 

1 or l bad room imiiagea tndt'(dually ~ M 

•t.r.d tor irtvao IP tmrk-iikc rh " r * 
attrlirrad vmp op lldjl rlvif. Boa 1SU.B CuliU 
K'rl'lgra automatic prupan. heat, 
p-.dung. Ian water Hamanli 
JX7 ^ n "‘. CO W.CHAN RAT 

P''i"i|a Road IViV 11. A»«>- Bd‘. 

Ihvcic Mi and Mra. Alan Klrtva 

K.*e 4TJJUI mWK'HAN I 


P1v»t* txini-an :ig-®d or wiiti 
Box HUB Culitiie HUI. Hr 


RARKSVILUQUAUCUM 

A HOLIDAY PARADISE 

PAR KS VIIXE-QU ALICUM 
BEACH 
for the 


PARKSVILLE 

u Mina from Viriooa. 

BEACH ACRES 

H-mday Hcm*4 

M atarn amf ronteglMl .Nrfuigva on 

Vannanvr Idaml’a flnvat brai-ti 
Autivnaui- gac nr <nl liaai. fndgr«. 
iwllird tnxla the apace and kaa- 


RlversWe Hotel 

IN nr owner* —Mr. and Mm I 
WM. MULLER) 

Infurmal Iwapiimlliy at |ta trail" 

* LfH-NGE 

* DIM NO ROOM 

* CUFVEE RAK 

RtcaMblc r*t»! Ph. Court may 
IM-tUl 


BATES BEACH 
FISHING CAMP 

The LnaW Qthing ramp « the 
laland. B<«la. motun tackle 
launching ramp Cumpirtr camplmt 
Iwlllllaa. i ablna. Write UEO 
BATES. RRl CtlGRTENAY. Phaw 
34 21J1. 


COMOX 

S Milaa rail of Cauctana.' 

i 

' King Coho Resort 

A modern rranrl and Trailer Bach 
ailuaird >«■ llw haaullful Stead of 
Oaf*. Ha m:Lea left Iram RCAK 
iKal.av i» nula from CYienoa. hart 
River Terminal IFau Iwhia. 
i oretc ramp Dahlng art caalmg. 
.wimndng rh BFin< 

ELK HOTEL ~ 

INbcw »(» kn M C-mcai 
• Kamoua nvtrgaMx-d every SaUir- 
mie: 

a m, >! -u-w harhof -i Com# “ay. 
K-.ana twerlmgnag tin water 
1 • Duung ro-KP We rater temidaa 
i r.-aiu fur our guana. Gnlflng 

rwarliy. 

■ tiff trial King Kiihennaa Wagb-In 
Sutton. 


Nl'MHr.N R GREEN ' 

i 2 roorna p*ua ilwr MUranrr. Parti-' 
- IgtR. Ca«. etartrtd'y anil heal In -1 
chatad. ME I 

220 GOVERNMENT 

grirtnd rLopN~n*RxBiiEb; 

rtdtn. art vale «tn». Clean, guler, | 

_rail red couple Reunahli rent. 

DEL BONITA LODGE, M WED nanc and are Phme RV 4 WM. Re 

iMgtm. Bad~.lt»ia* .'can. htirhm l »m a and T M 

fix* Bonn , ft uenIenIu uaa » ■■ __ 

N'r i " , rtifidSh 4 LSrf ,, T5i i “»2 R<Lr-C0«lrs3Si5>r>R0o« gtirr*' 

r-._I - - EV 1-fTH ■ — Prtvaie entrance. All bnmd. Foe, 

- ■ --| jWiji Mb m M«k 

BRIGHT CLEAN AND v»iRM WS-2MT. Mi Empr«a» 

^ arwwst k. 

__ water N-alrJ. Gaa for poohing. Mi ; 

CLOSE IN. SMALL BRIGHT ROOM. AdWta. EV FH H_ 

uill lUaa. B»» t KVI-Mga. NEAR VTCTORIA HIGH gClKXJt. I 

1.MIGHT NDOM NEAR PARK >h mama, aulnnvitlr heal. fH>. 
KhirnSd frn* say- ««"««. H 

ii — . — -— - InlMlf r<4te 

LARGE ROOM BOVRTOVR . _~ i — -- 1 . I 

naan, odd AJ fiaid EV MM 2-ROOM UPPER DUPLEX. AVAIL- 
«n—i. ai lo mn _ «■ » a'*. ).me 1. |V) EV 2-MM 

CLEAN ROOM. ALL POUND. ^IW ~ nau ~ w .ruar., .a aim- 

^jn^rvyr-M_ ^ K r ,o^r-uT^£r nrm '' 

■MALL ROOM AND KITCHEN- ,-— „ -- 

rtle. mg. «t«E 1M» Bimad STiS 

XZWm: rURK ' i<H * D C LEAN. — RRIGHT 2 ROOMS CUM C 

— -- - - T --- to ho. and ahopglRg. EV 2I2M 

WA& ■f 00 “' ALL i^I eowoom *~ SUITE- ■ i Wil« 

- — — ~ ■ . I arm, RV 4-EM 

Hi HOUSIKHPINQ ROOM! RA CHE LOR SUiTE. BRIGHT AND 

w AMTlft j 't??.. .™* -***. ____ 

| COM PLE TELY FURNISHE D '» 
ronma for alilerly lady, fee end of UNPURNISHID 

m-mih. Oak Hay virlnlty Claae la - 

baa and ahngrima Minimum ataln 

■m-muity EV i-iMf. BACHELOR SUITES 

IM apart MiMTk TO MN1 »*wn 174 per month 
rUINISMffi 360 aq. ft. ot living 

m ROCKLAND- Baaairoi ■ a a * Kllcften rartUima 

view, i-umf.irtable 1 t»d aid . . *-pie«* Yanliy Bhlh 

fully fnmiahed Inrlading linen. * Ample Cloa al. R« IOI_ 

diahea and cutlery, living n>m H ardara ad Phan 

with rw flmuara. halhrwen. * 

Itlli'hm »ln*a and fridge Se- * TV Outlet 
i dialed gnMen near water tower 

21IM per nut t vr lew# Available On*-Bedroom Suithg 
nma Suitable fir imgf lady or , .. . , . 

gentleman ftjao RvaiJabh from 1106 

Coni act Ranial D»u< , 

KER A STEI'KBNNON LIMITED REGENT TOWERS 
*" tvti' 81 Pretiig* Living 

rr* RENT KI LLY FVRNiaSm Orty 

•rtf-ooniainad wa wUh Uvmg 5 Mlnutea 

room, ditang i*»m. kllrtuwlte bed _ 

I'M* and i wiho.-m. heal, light from 

1 water ["'ivulag. Prlvaae eeilram- TVu.intm.nl 

He«luonJ laee fig extfungr -g ligM lAiwniuwiI 

dutlsa No rti*l<in-a EV24DM. 

PAIRKTELD CUME-JN Ci-mnlete LaKKJnTKaaUita! 

Sunny J 1 . room tmrheioi aulte (with Uu-.i A pat i.n. ai ia* Cm vaii wire! 
bedn>S ri. )f‘“ Hath •fsetrte, fVtM RgBaipM 

fnlge and roaga M> ig 'M l* J> gvaiy euaaigarailia aaa hM *<■. 
Ai main furraiure and to anairi that all aatrM ara avail 

££S r'v'fu ) 4hi * to rout aamlal^ld^Ull 

nea. EV 2-4i lx whiir tv * 1* mica Suilaa alaa aval la Ma fur 
PARK MAhjilllNS »* 

12 well funvahed 2n«n7i lultea. au- REGENT TOWERS 
i SETWr'iS hr LZfi? «“ MICB1GAX IT. 

fftaPi&r fift fwf&r* phon * 3S3 - 6216 

Agent! : 

NORTH WEST TRUST 

fn*h Tmwn a Cuuntry, da block. Tl) gkrf SL 

from Mayfair 

C-ane and me. EV 4 DM-——-— , 

FCKNUHED ) BEDfUXXM hUITK MEtfrALH 

• Bumaide Gantana Rent Inrlud'-e - Ri-NlUH - HI70 M-wa Si. New aid. 
all mays lurrauh* are: apnliaruv. * |L ? m««leni c-;n'eniencM in-i 
haal tug water TV !► .kiwlor mill dudina air value Handy lo Iran. 

”,«h T Viri'*p^,^ wgf 

call tv > Oil tot •*' 

--——- TAHITIAN STS Vancouver Walking 

THE MICHKLANUKLO (balance to l-nvn Modern block. 

ItSd YATES 1 UK auile SsT.Slt. 

“KAHEA-UM Maarea. Marl 
EV S-4V41 dacha*.g an* In new Murk. All 
nr *VH»w _______ (MninMrn *)i 

L ITER APARTMENT, NEAR SKA PAHK 1UW Paklngimi. AI 
Huiliiewa. 1 roana. tialh. Partly tractive 2-BR aullr Walking *H- 

(urroahed Suiiatke f-r r-aiple. Rea lance m lown. |vi hi. I'uaa June i 

Cl '** *° h>m - P ’ > * ,e DAY MEM—211*1 fahduTO llav Hd. 
K ' 4 _ :• HR arnica ru. I HR >uile pc. 

THI NDERHIRD M O T R L. ENT | rtmvemetre. including rank 

ranre Ikaoai Hill *•■ IkMgla* St _ lv 

M dern I-ache lor auliea Kcaaoablr CAM1S1HA Uul Pand-ga I RK 
daily, weakly, mieilhly »iea Plume l*» >*“ line and waikine dla- 

EV «*■: f« EV 3-41C1 biKf be Hewn. Puaa Join 1. «)S j 

2 1 ROOM NEWLY DECORATED I l HR 

• «. Elderly iwrwma preferred Nror I JEwf,* iwL T,? W 
laj. .Ni-ping, parti. » EV2-MMI, "" *7, 

evening! ill24 HALLTAih—2 lilt auur in 

- —. . ■ --IMplak Bloc abw*. BOM heal 

ON COOK-2 BRIGHT. CLEAN UP- url m mil. alao garagr Jlu.. 
aialra mama tM Heducilim tar l«u, u*l CALEDONIA » —— —,.i_. 
Ivaira waekly help Ladla. »ly ! rane, 5i>M b.T^ 2X11^, 

*•* __] r» w 

ISLAND At'TO COURT MAIfAl.EN A CCM’RT-MIO BHeher 

F-g rent by week •* m*giti. X 2., ^ve "J a Fort sk i. AUractive new 
and 4 m,m lull' fumiahed apart- I 1 ,u “e »|S high. Alai! June |. 
menu Winter rate, phone 4TH-21SI j «f t- ‘-Aia. »«ind immf l HR wilea 

---- - Ail modern fardiiiaa. inrt hni 

I I AND S-HEDROOM (Y)TTAQF.S ronllvd in eaca aune Prma rang. 
TV electric kltchroa Cl-iae to ai-ge. *l«" b» Silk 
oua tn up. friVSBC Canadian p «. BROWN A SONS LTD. 

Cka* M-tel. _7*J Kofi Si JnAMB 

BEACON LODGE -- --— 

By I lie ..a » Daigia. Straat VIKToH APT—trig Humimldt 8i. 

Bachelor au.tea. h»analiaapuia raana M-atain liach aid. living ram. 
Daily weekly, monthly EV AUDI "“1 ,r “‘* |,v IU, ' ,, 

...__ _baliuxKgii. TV hu-duui- au*-«uai»' 

ult UNF1 K.NIHHED 3 - ROOM Uunilry fmililka. at San per mo. 
aiate. igilltic. included. 1® Nutt SHAKLTtlN Al*T. 1 «G Stailartina 

• Id,fly , ■ a«i'le ,g .mo laity Klk Ave t'.ai-enu-ni b, l,«n. in-»kni 

• Crlt • 1 thNlfiim a^iartntaagM. Uv!A| ruttjf), 

WIKI- a - IkTkN B V NG ALOW “-U ■■ 

‘-n.ik. WH. 

,'i'trv v GR' l'JI AH .MUMILAN Private cikranee. 

_--- - -— modern 1 bedroom apt., living rim. 

HFATED BASEMENT SUITE. kHrnen wiih gov. aXd Indgiv Tv! 
Ir« al-tve CV«c to fan Prefer houkui>, healed, laundry lacUHira 

I oiet iwK'le Apply 113 Fief. walking dlalaiia In lo-n tail per 

V 4 *T7g munlh 

*J» GORGE «D WEST. KACHK CuoUrt KetuaJ Deo* 

lor «utt*. TV new fnd*e. atova, KER * STEPHENSON LIMITED 
proje Share bath with i-wnar. hat Hroughhgi Hired EV 2-MU 

»ut> 1 or 7 Kdiea M I VAE g. |-- 

DK LUXE l HEDRIXIM S' TTK EL F LAMINGO AND 

Fully equipped kltrhen. Week- L-V I'ALOMA AITS 

maid vervlce and linen auimtied .»IAS2 LMJlaa Hoad 

ev i <mi 

—— -llnchel.-r aune available ai TJs oer 

F'ltltT AVALON. FTRST CLASs m-i. uniunualiad Paniort hanlwoodl 
T.airiat apt., al Bwir,ai Hill lVrk. I‘"“Ca. "Sored apidian-ee. TV h«A- 
Wihter ratsa. dayi. weelea. munlha W' kar auaiora and lan*. awimuimg 
. S5I Avalon Hoad. EV 3-545* Ako l lwdr,«an »te, g«.«i per 

— -- - -- - - — .-I mo. unfum,ahed. Wall u»vndl carpei. 

PHAIGPt.OWER AUTO COUHT , free uae -g automaiu. waahcia ami 
Low winter rstca. Fully furnnhed. ; dryera. See Sunerlntyndcni Kie 2U( 

, Cl.»e IA On hua lew. MU laland >-» Paloma Apl M« Dallaa Road 

! Highway. EV **un uf 

— - _ — » _ ' ■■ C.iwatl RetuaJ Detd.. 


KYC BAY 


lOr inc iveilmi iwda— the apai* and Ua-a- ... 

... . .. . D .u«- tvai for a faiaitoua laenlly ladida " bedroom nvari-gaevy panelled en*- 

Warmest. Safest Bca.hps gJJS* UrW^rf w^u. '**•»• pr-iw rqu.p- 

in th* Pacific Northwest rmm]^^,251 


Al V«g dv-rotep m*ea of im PH* 

,-i-avded. agfe mndy heartwa WRITE RRl 
v*..rvn awunmmg wnter afcung. - 

baiting Dig »g 'lama, bcarh didl- c 


CHERRY RCINT 

2 d mile* from Vienna. 

FOUR OAKS 
• " * * A.CR.A. 
Uherry Point Reach 

Cot-ike Hill. Bt 

E-oik r»»la*»* r iniplr-ely fur- 
n Uo-d. ri-*rig--ralii«l. fnepiacra. 
Handy luwrh. Ideal f,g children No 


COWIUHAN BAY INN 


Healed p*-l dming kaingr h-aiae- 
keeping auit-vi *n-1 ile*p*ng mini 
v> i prvvaie hatha Wml family 
ireal Beat aalm-n falling fn-m 
July iu Ort'Cicr Rcnannahl# rate* 
Ptvair 74A-SU1. Y air tawla- The 
llrpouma 


PARK SANDS BEACH I CATHAY COTTAGES 

K IU RESORT MoX. H.C phona XX 

k 'h» hur.%>nn» w tty fiehi r\r„-njrv i , i i i — 

lng (Nkiu mlnygi ki Itwu feeding 4-«*ar himfiy lvn»wA-er»ng uni'a nYETB* *IWP* 
g -amda <>|am M.y 13 Vf arwaei lain fur Uw 

• All the rod vet*-Tv ra of two ah.fi h,Ui,tav weriu-ml. Safe Din aiul 1*2 Milra from Vat - 


All the ndwraemea of two •h.'O kvli.kiy we.-k*-n.l. Safe pore aaml 
l»ng ann.' pli- g-dflng. ruling , h. Ttwiier Ihirli and nampane 
•-v.ling hiking bnav'lng and teorua ail tnOiataw tag 

A-mmtr*vb*ti>d bi »u*l wag nroda dam ant He.trirtt. 
from ho'-rt a. V*W»-" nvWria. lira, n __ 


.-aiagro lo -amp worn. 

Pit* thr r«i*n*y "f twnc 
*»-n>raliv loravte,! I* ceplore t 1 

THE MARINA SSLj-» "" 

Randy bewrh. |5eaJ for children No ll’nre and Ma.\well • y'r further tnfocmaU<»l 

tin,Tic |*v*e Turn caal -d Flatter SEAFYKHI RESTAURANT dining and lavahure 

Had. Plmna T42-22SS Siery, n> m-*.le and «i( DkAT MvkXRAGE Wnfr ^HrodHg-Qualuggn Brt'fi 

n_ V®? •SU’SWJtiT weuVhjn ■ 

SHAWNIGAN LAKE SSSf* X'. ^ RC 

^ . . . AU< - 1 “ \Z J‘ 1*7*2 PARKSVILLI 


H-y ITS Pariaavlllr Pt*ww 51*4171 


OYSTER RIVER 
K BAR X RANCH 


Benny’s Restaurant . .. ^ 

Uomple^ml^F^.U.k.t JJJS-J^ 

snaia uar milaa from foiriwa) Punwa, 

If It' YOLK BIRTHDAY. CELE-. H - aeba, k riding. Guided tikii 
URATE at HINNY « r.dra Write H-a 2L Black Croak 

EniciTitalluiMM aupplie* Soul hem P u Pluna 2*1 -LB 1. 

Nod chicken. Real Italian Spag ,|^ B 

3 milea a-aiih c4 Parkav-ilie Fm CAMEBILL EIVIR 


TIRED" 

RUN DOWN ’ 
NEED A REST? 


Come t'p lo Shaunican Lake fur a 
Whi'C 

Near VlcbUia. yet a complete 


DUNCAN 

W M.ica f rom Vlcliaia. 

KELVIN CREEK 
* RANCH * 


<5 mdea a-wuh "* Dunroni 

. Gui-H-d '.rail nile* I-» Huldn-n and 
complete ,, u ., n,.,. f va.|,ma taken I -r yuunc 


PARKSVILLI 

II Mi'ea from Vtrligla. 

"THE HOTEL WITH A HEACTI 
FN’R A tk »'RhTEP'' 

ISLAND 

HALL 

llOTEl. MOTEL 


reaervaL.di. ike we JFvtCa‘1 


t«l Mile* riven Vtctoria. _ 

GEORGIA VIEW 

AUTO COURT PAINTER S LODGE 

FI LLY MODERN AND RESORT 

Immaculate 3, 2 ann 4 room ru*. 

tagm. id >ala aandy l-rarh loaded f .. . NL) UKCl IMMENDED 1 

|ila>gr-amtla with game* Inr all oil A -' u 

and gaa heat Refrigerabiri Mima- OairgttkU River. Vanrou'er taiamt 


ehan«» from aea level. Y*«i »ul i»- ' 1>E it *.- v cnF;Hj» dunng Jul' and 

tid- the dltlei-roce in the warmer. Au . Trai | r |*, awimmtng. li king 
•“Ter air , u . t „ t „,, an .l girta »-!e >«ua 

..... ... RRl Cowuhio -'aturt 


Half mile front centre of Partca- 


Aniy and Ted Allford. Ilo SJU. 
Paiiu-viUr. H.C. 


Bnuah Criligptva 


<eivcnunent Kalina* 


KHI.AX 

•inJ 

Cali h Up On Lite si 

SI IAWNIGAN* JJEAC11 
HOTEL 
Now Opening 
FRIDAY MAY '*> 


IHtNDKRBIRD MOTEL 

aAa caa 

Two Minv*u-v In City Centre 


SUiaurol net .**• of Ihc rru-d hanutl- _ r| . v 

ful while, aandv iiedohe* tn WV-II .... . I -VL’ ne.i-A.v 

krvavn rean-i village n*i main laland *’c. Ll/Ar. hpalfk* - Sumnut - Auinumn - Wilber 

Highway Idro' place for eumm i At'Trt (YJ1IKT hi I hunter i Lodge wtlh every mod- 

'R WiHift* w'--kend« or Jin* any . rli ivdibwl In b-Wel gmanmi-daiFai 

relaxing holiday Fully mod util 1 and 2-b«fi“om unit*. There a rial and relaxatud fee- gvery 

Old World a'moaphece lag modem, oil and elwtrlc cooking, ii-ldgaa. une Irian the casual traveller tot the 
•1 oimFiri.nMe nsana. eyncMcnt ciaiaiant he water. Ciuee lo beaih, ardent Liberman. 


k'uia Star I n-lv Large aUitro , 
h i-.-Mna fkrtl-'iea. All etartri- 

,ii, I.- ami angb- un,ts Near »■ " 

isvack bur and servl.e siaUun. 

I'M Ot-NCAN 144J11 „ 

WRITE IhiX T> |'N 


-igwne apeckata v«ne- Umtauapeil «i„rea. ihien all vear Ekcellrntrt' uufraaartwc pc*vi 

lavoa JV.I gard-oa. f -er.-drok' id awimmmg. fishing In tea*,a). I'h,dc HRATED hWfMMISv* PV«)L 
' ' - f the «a mfdig. fames ;*s.*ra or write Mra. A. Harrington. \ „ pairtter a Lodge he ynm head 

*■ " w ' •'t 11 '**'*» Play i-arktviile. uunrtera he gitrilM hiking pi.aw.w 

ST,‘. un “ . - lng. t-wfing -ruiaing aii‘<*ee.ng 


LAKI COWICNAN 

Inigpr 55 Mtlca loan Victoria 


F'-’aa "S' wen* o«*e n 1 ora agar 

and 1 ,-aki. Tl’AN RESORT 

t-Moui: srw fact mm ,vr * aw1 ' 1 

t*PKN ENT) OF MAY „ .. . 

• 1~F.< hea'i-d aali wvier awlm "t-m all year F*' "« 


F- ,**• la-twd pniaa b--gn a S'* ■ 
r - 1 . 1 - --: *'siT*t l>« a week, c-.m 
and meala included. 

Thi# Kind nl hutidj' mears on nvs'i 
t, gel. cheerful and f-ti-iklfy 1 i-i- 
t.i'it;. m»' i’ i.d.KliiMe aurr-uiid- 
tn.-a and ),icaaani nimpanhaiahip. 

If you •'• the <*j-d*v,r* tvpe our m 
h' i.n of gnauul* i.wiihIi- - il*l.;'diut 
t 1 Se, Nil yard nuaahie golf c-air.-c 
e ' 1 qui-'k scli-et *’nv-iv. ine , 

kl uffl.-te-uni table 'enr.a. In -i 

tin Mr 

Ini - r. w-r have Ivvo Inr-*- l-ainjca. 


lul e-nd) lienclt. Private ■'ottacci 
with lirrpU*,-* and auto hegt Nn 
pt e-achuol children. Wril* ur photw 

W VAN NORMAN 
Parkav Die B.C.. '**-*WS 


55 Mtlca loan V,ci-vna • He *al< wane mmku* |*id with wHn nrrpuc.-* ana auto ru-gt M* 

lurlmlerwi- [iie-achuul children. Write ur phone 

gPKgVT illlYl PARK • W VAN NORMAN 

M. IN.NC. I AIMAjrAlilV F,*. iryf emaFkm and rmervationa Parkavlll*. B.C.. '**-t«8)S 

w-'a 'J.irv Suiiwrlaml onvtyer 

Suli-Ililid.ng Wa'PItr-M -luU with msnaeet • nr phsv 34 a.t», ■" 

iwliKia, aemi-watcrt-unt tula OIIAL1CUM 

», .... K"* 1 "-™; *«? v.,^.. 

f«e I heir pall image — ^ 

tpy H^l 

i and : 4H4ro.ni on • cmpie e SPEND YOUR VACATION ™ 

_ - h aiack-i-om* “ li prooanc roahi-nt . 

CEDARS RESORT n AT QUALICUM BEACH 

. eic,y facility ; ' Flngl .hmin Ilivcr Q.V VANCOUVER ISLAND — 

- .-rod ftland llighw-nv. Rnervall-ma 

liiTUe» G«X PJBITi- *Ttarf. marine -|ag-- Par6«virie"'TI P 

ga« ansly i»wi-n. H-nfire Satin- -- _. ..... . _ Jt m-alcrn. fmal-Tlte peuvd rol- 


I -* Paufrier a Lodge be your head 
quart ecu h» gilfUig taking pun** 
tng kwfing -TUiaira; aii*<ar*.ng 
hnrwebwk ruling and of rnura* 
fishing fur llw world fainoua T>ec 
Salmon 

Your hula. Juan and I*" Ciehy' 
rortadl 


Enftlishmnn River Court OUALICUM 

• • a • '*9 Mile*, from Vu-tori**. 

TV Heaul 

I raid 2 itedtwim on - cmpiete SPEND YOUR VACATION SmM 

ixiackHeoing w li ppu.wrv- r»*.h,-«t . 

nj and m.* n • Fr: lr-s> eb AT QU ALICUM BEACH 

'o' s',-.. I 


Phone 2S“-ti^0I IL'_' 


ROD A REEL 
MOTEL 

CAMfRIELL RIVER 


Heautiful view overknlum the WV 
tnuue bt Scyrmair Narrow** FVal 
ren'aka. Caiuna at vary ivaammble 
imfea. Wr"e HH1 Oamr-helt Kiver. 

I'HONK 


CHRISTIE POINT 
APARTMENTS 


SECLUDED - DIFFERENT 
A giocvjua *Mia a* wuudiaae gag 
■■**. ya* aal| I ■Inataa Iron MCy 


EicmcIeUx n o wrwkn t for 
armed atrvioM pcrsonoel 


2- brdroom auliea 

$100 to S12S 

. 

3- bedroom gullet 

from $135 

3-Bedroom Town House 
Sul tee nrlll: washer, drier 
and baths at 1148 and 
(153. 


Ilf APAElMCVm TO IIMT 
UNPgiHISHCP 

NEWTON 

GARDEN VILLAGE 
APARTMENTS 
V40 NEWTON ST. 
Two Blocks from 
Royal Jubilee Hospital 

Faaluauc— 

W *rsw L 2 SO* • 

Itagri am Saiga 
Hardw o od Floor* 
w 

•ail-k-Wall Carpet 
Qnaaa tawpliad 
r iiaeai agol-*.,**- 
V Ota wus Uaug Warn 
Cutarog Plam hm | 

Baatlaaap aad ."aa la laWae 
Cables naua 
Prtvata Bahaeitaa 
Stag Laiwdry FaaUtlaa 
tadiildaal Haal Cue usd 
l)WMl:r He* Saiga 
Casaawd gaatad. Var taad 


BACHELOR SUITES 
from $74 per month 
360 tq. ft. of living area 

* Cumpltlf Kllcbrn VpaUltaa 

* Apiec* Vaal'y Baih 

* Ample Cloaal Room 

* Paroaal Uardwnod rion 

* Wall aaondpraated 

* TV Outlet 

One-Bedroom Suites 
also available from 1108 

REGENT TOWERS 
Preatlgg Living 
Only 

5 Minutes 

From 

Downtown 

Automatic llnalaa 
Compldia Landry Faoiitaa 

ftatT* 1 aiErJro"" 

Cvaiy euaaidai-alliM aaa Smb Eva 
la maara I hat all aatrag an avail 
•hit ha rouf amta and rcawnF 
•aca Suilaa ala* available tar 
aiakad ba arraasamaat 

REGENT TOWERS 

*12 MICH1UAN ST. 

Phone 383-6216 

Exclusive Rental Agents 
NORTH WETT TRUST 
m m a 


Youa chnioa a* ala* la inpa 

Bardwuog flo*wa Uriaishiaa, 

BUIM-M TV autlaix 

Indivliejal ha*- awtro* thr aack 
•atllg; haal u ncitadud wita iAa 

raat 

Maater haanaaa twa aiaa 

tom f-gea vanity ggthrooaa wits 
•Sowar. 

■paciooa guy- aright lajuuta 
Scaadd Vldwa (rum dvary nap la 
Uwtdry tacllltwa ta r iudag la wb 


raneag-ia play ai iaa tag cklldraa. 
HaalM awimmiag puoL 
Snai Dwa 

AU krikl paved aad Wall IlfhlaA | 

Hu ibrouga irofflc. 

On-atraal paitaug for uaau ana i 
I neat* 


Maiaiaaaaca m alwaya «a duly. 
City boa aarnaa ai rout Soar 
Cidnmunliy nairo tandargancai 

CHRISTIE POINT 
APARTMENTS 


P R. HK1JWN RENTALS 
KFNuLK UI70 M-wa S*. New anti 
with ir*«lem c-invcnicncei in-i 
ciudind Wcvalor Handy In Irani 
puna! am and town, t bachelor 
apt. I«i 

TAHITI AN STS Vancouver Walking 
•balance to [,*wn Modern Mock. 

1 UK aune P'7.50. 

MKAMUF-Ud* Maarea. lean 

bachai-e apt lr new fakaii. All 
c-iiiimtaflrca 175. 

SF1A PARK luw l*ai(ingi*Hi. Al 
iractlve 2 HR auile Walking dla- 
lancc n* lown gyi hi. I'uaa J on* l 
DAYMSJt-JllU (wMutu Hay Hd. 

2 UR auile* ri2. I 111! »ultc S'l2. 
All e-mvenienrr* m-lwlma rata* 

TV. 

CA.MlkiKA Uul i'*o*ka-. I RR 
uni*. Ub bua imr aad waikind dl*- 
lata-c l*r ti*wn. Poa» Join 1. aii 
HKI AlttdhJf *i) «TP Kauuunaii Al 
trortiv* J HR auvea g|<u I HR 
tuna W Poaa bw 
ILF* HAL’LTAIN -2 BR *unr m 

I Ft plea El« tluvf, O-O-M heal 
incl in rml. alao garagr. 2 U* 

U4J CALEDONIA Anaku auila. rlcc 
ran*, O-O-M H«l md. tad Pu.* 
rv-w 

MAKAl.ES A COURT- 1410 Belcher 
Ave ■ ,jtf Fort bt. i. Atlraitive new 

II mile ajrt Hkick Avail June I. 
•fwck-ua oxind ianmf | HR wile*. 
Ail modem fardiiiaa, inr* hni 
loiitrol ui each aune Frew range 
•lUU to SI 12 

P K. IIRDWX A bc>N.k LTD. ! 
7*J Fort S' 20.505 

VIKTOR AIT - 074 Humi.ildl SI. 
M-alain i*ach aid. living ronm. 
kiicta-n Wove .nil Irvlgr. IU«d 
Uatluxuui. TV ht**kiui. auioouua 
Uunlry .farilillra. al INI per mo. 
SHAHLTO.N AJ*T. 1*0 Htwlac-.na 
Ave Cai.enu-ni Vi town, m-leni 
l i—in.-" »u-rt S <- = *. living naan, 
ku-lan w.Ui elec Move a'.l ri .,)>• . 
1- TV laundry 

lacl'iitie* MU) par an 
hd MUH1GAN Pnvaic eiuranc*. 
rrvdern l badroom ay*., Ii, u>a na. 
kHcnefi with Move am* Indgv. TV. 
houkui*. healad Laundry lacUIOr* 1 
walking diaian-c a, town, taai par 
month 

(unlact Ketuai Detd 
KF.R A HTEPHESSON LIMITED 
•a i H rou gh Ion Wroe* EV 5-3411 

EL FLAMINGO AND 
LA I'ALOMA AITS 
.Ut-Xi Dajlaa lh*a.f 


I Rental allied ov*a IB a m. . • p ■ 

| avary day - phuna 2kJ-gg*4 

j FOLLOW Oocga Rood I Highway IA) 
arrooa Crolgiluwar bhdp: or coma 
out CraigflMief Road In NU< p*4t the 
Admiral! Rood igurawtloa. Lum 
nghl al am iigua 

An-ilncr devchipnienl u) 

consulidatf:d uuildlno 

COK PQ RATION 


THE 

‘PONDEROSA** 

UM Eagulmai* Road 

1 BEDROOM RTU-lia 

2 REDROOMS 1112—4 Ll 

FEATURING: 
ipdrnai* auilaa. 

Individually coMRdled dwrm alald. 
Piped Muaak" to your auila 
Diapaa. 

Fraa off-atnal parking 
■ mpllaamj auundprouHiig. 

Etaaalor aarvtaa. 

Eahaih* tana ■ halhrooma an! 

kilehMa 

AtlrocRvaly Hied halhruuna. 

Arran from Ehngpiag and 
Park Aron 

Sn RnldMl Maaggai ar 
I'tadw EV :-d»' 


BURNSIDE G-YRDENS 

CHILDREN WELCOME: 

• Faawly -Wyl* partVw a«n. 

• 2 badrooraa. tug 'tag ag. ft.) 

• 1 bwtraueaa. 2Da US* ag 0.1 
■ Dmtala plumbing 

• Private pau-a 

• Waaoar aad dryar ui aaeh. 

• TWaviaoa and parking <rr«- 

• Drapea and haal uududrd. 

• Shopping nr«t •« 

• Manila aad huaea ara Moan. 

• Large h a ted pou* 

BURN SIDE and TTLUCUM 
Phone EV5 «taa 


FORT HARRISON APTS. • 
1410 FOHT ST. • 

a 

Bclngiy euMe. . I brdruum, • 
ample atarage. laiuairy fa*-Ul- * 
Uei. dr , included Sulla A. • 
EV Flip. • 


TORONTO - MONTREAL , hEW ATRACTIVE CONVENIENT 
VANCOUVER - NEW YORK I harhclor and ,aw bedruum tul'ro <« 
I T.ILrum at Regina. Near Tran* 

, Canada Highway and new guverw 
men I Focniry Dutkhng l> lux* aa- 
MaoagcmaM rummadaUun al muoaalde reel. 

.. , _ „ THE REGINA 

MontredI Trust Company sec Mra iirennaa m suiia us at 

phone EV 2-uaal. 

___ WHY~PAY TO PARK YOUft'cA* 

_>uv ■>*« u,. u dvv-e*. f l ' m * k ' l-hmlrtwra auile*. 1 

- ** Jil * ! _ btndu la bom. 1 bkirk ia hoapllgi 

jacdrtl Park. Lnp* Ac*, u the (m bua nop View Co* red I lx- 

t***' k** ^ I ure*. light In drapea. blind a 

iiiractlv* aumxinuinj* h-aL indindual thermoaiai* TV *an- 

i*hi*^t^*ro3 ^ * Country: | rt , n »,g. Faker* i bkrlu lo 
foan Maylair. Deacon Mu, Paik PT a kuna till 

l mix- new bkik of V ballroom apt. m Vnnoiivrr £ 


WHY “AY HIGH RENTS’ 
Carden Park. Una* Ac*.. U Bie 
aaawer lo low rvnla In lha anwi 
allrartlvc aui-roundi njr 
.1 *- M-wkg from T-jwb S Country; 
I blnrka from Maylair. 

A iw-v tww bk* k of 1- bedroom apt* 
with rental* Flu. 

T»i t**d; 'in* al F7J an I 3-brdriean 
al •*■ Hard lo nrlwva bui true: 
(■an* ml in 

Gantan Park - CV 4-Jroa 


VANMEARE MANOR 
lull VANCOUVER ST. 

Da luxe mudam I hadrotm 
•ul '.aa. 13* lo |1P0 Where 
vain* court* in uar laraUow 
aUiilwe and anucarui'-e. 
PRONE EV FOKM 


VICTORIA GARDEN COURT 
\ LAG ARA AND MENZiES 
?-be*trui*n uii'et at la* St] per 
m enu aad bachelor auiira ai 24* 30 
WaxhMa, dryer* provided. Swim¬ 
ming pul Wlihln walking du- 
larw-e to Parliamea* Ituilduigs 1 
Id rk from trall-cmt net Ikailaa Rd 
Ampia parking Sue caretaker at 
Hua* 5* on pnrm.-ea ur nh-cro 
Canada I’ffmaiwii Trurt. EVSltal. 


' ,-vet I Kit »ii,l |t»,-v ,rf- Irov > rtv 

I 1 U'"H r»id* ;.nd iri'ldl 111 hi ;e 
player*, pl.-aw n»v. w* p!n> m-ot 
-'t tin- de> .ind nt^^h!*• 

We feel «uep Jtiu »UI enj- • * 
and suj f, vt driving ,-ji i.»i iuri-', 
ui dinnri 

OR HFTTF.R STILL— 

*• 'i*ng* now ft* a High Snie lt ,u 
•!'>' at 'he |*j aril a favourite familv 
hotel, nunt-d and ,,iwral*-d Uir man. 
>--aro by The Horl»:N 


Tne F" e TLV I* dien wa'er iklinj 


h-xw*-lent, trmler 


ParBtiLsp Reach Resort 


J* m-alr-rn. rmkl-'rato priced cot- 
tk-enn (wimmlns. leutinR. 

fid-ing. eti 


Waahriaan*. laiuklrv.’ o-lf.iwnlain.-d. p,»« ?WBkrj Full* m-viero wlf- l ! 2ro* f *nd T ^S^'ali! V ^* S^riia*™’ a*?™- • rll "r mainr< * nli *'* 
tu:i' equipped «-'* Dally weakly emuim-d r-araq,w. propnn*- heal ami u * nu ''•vervati ma. or write M*lcin wnxh 1..-01 ami laui.tr. 


KKA DRIFT RESORT nf:ar Junfi.HiK ikhuital 

TRAILER PARK -CAMPSITE 'gYS^VgRR fur ™* hr " 1 “ 

•rv opuitaaim dritartle Lna’ runp u iti-uvivm Kitrranr r a 


l**miaido' inilha. 


;n‘- hou ‘ ii'* Vichcia ^<dclny frt.|ew Tree .hailed 'art cranDV 1FW mi HKT mi'RT* Jf u ’ U "'* u Itamia-du- iml 

It.'wrv* iitun- TtfMfm me and 'roller grounda. ahnwer, GKANDVitw toi KLiT colrts n,««e. Haaouaia* role* 


CEDAR YiUOW POINT 

1. Mi Ira Saith nf Nanaimo 

TILL1CUM SEASIDE 
COTTAGES 

1J Mile* Siwlh •■* Nanaimo un 


rife*. Purr next d-*c Fnmlll*. 
welowne No Doe* July and Augu.i 
Y'Hir ho. 1 * Norman end l.aven.i 
Vance. Parkavtlle. H C 


QUALICUM BEACH. H C. 


Reservations for Summer 


RRl Camptiel) Rive* Ph Ad-Eag 


HORNBY ISLAND, 6.C. 


Yelknv p,»nl H.»d 

nd f-.ldei» may he ftml L't F’lirojvheil f'd'ag-'* 2 1" 5 n-«*n< 
M«ml fV-'!,T. I.u W« C*j|cr I-■ ramdiea and 


liifiiima>i,*i and f-ldria may ta- h.-i 
a 1 Vanc-Hiver Kiarul fri*'•'I, r Ui 
I' au. •«' by lele|*|-.wiiiq- TUjai. 

‘ In llie Viilley of Ihe Sun 
Rpport Aren" _ 


F’lMieiTIKw 

T.-nling G'-aitah, Reaa-«ia'*lo 


Edpewater Park Accommnd.ty*- t 

Iliad—Shaily Rest 
Auto Camp Ravine C'-iurl ar* 

H--,( fur famitew 1 tak from down- “t™ 

Parka'll l.-iritc ,t«nt ii nd Kenkade. Guallcu 
tno'er *p*v*v M rtern furnlahial 

"Ct ajf.‘ X24 M' l»Tirh. ^^^^HDItata^rt 


ArcrwrimodaTWww In Ih» Shady Rfll 

llidcl—Shady Rest Aulo Court and ITORNBY ISLAND LODGE 
Ravine I',air1 are being pruceiaed 

i - Writ*, wra or tdvme G. T t*i mile* north >d Nanaimo—Family 


Hale, inf'fmamei and llewrvaiHgia Wide R-,x 11* Ph ,ne '.'Ik-* 7.12. Y,«i 
r Pavrv. HR L lui-ljwnilh 'rwt* Nfvrrie >nd ttm Veilch. 
IHw*ne SK 3*1731 


liululaj Amcriian Plan. 


Write ur phon* Homliy .714 frit llir 
thrr informalinn 


^rr sn .\ UM,Ti0 

__ EvR*U 

iLUo'“ 

Hi..|a«ng and b»» I'h.ue »;V 21211 lu - u Wurt'h* We. .-H.w4.roa 1-ruoen 

auile. gg* ranee immediate 

NEAR JUUILHIF: It*MITTAL *•" Apply tu*:* 4 

Large 3 riv-m, fumi»h«l aune. B C. lairal A liuunum- Agencv Lid. 

1v11,514 nr 41S-74IW. VZi (enenunem Street KV’25555 

WATER VIEW SUIT ABLE FOR NEAR NADEN, ClL'ILT - STHEtT 
'ad* . or rioupi* w • n rhilA New. fart* l-hedr-an acartmeni. 
All Included. W6 KV 27424. 'Stove, 'tig. hut water aupphrd Ay - 

AVAILABLE MAY 15 - UPPF.R 2 Fi P ' wr " 

n.an uille. IK. Alan bachelor gull*. - **_ _ 

UK 224 Michigan *' _ _ ‘ LAKUK ltiaiMR. GAB STOVE 

ATTRACTIVE SUITE SELF CON- ffi.,/”' 1 ** "* V M D. *n| 

lAined Cenfral. Garage available, sv 4 -omi K * W *** 

tan, 177-4232 evening* . __ 

3 IKXIM SUITE. CLEAN^ - AND LV,^ VhS”,?*'^ 

?•-< i*'-?*"* *"'■ ^ «“ WairfJiSr 11^ v£J£g^ijT 

•love EV 4-1709 M UM. '■ 

Nfe'WLY DECtrviLATEO. M* -DERN 

iTro- v% wl* KV^k'"« Smot auiia. In trip*.:, „^„ r 

p. r* tn. \ -e WeW KV .-ix-JI ^ lbr ^. 

• KM SPITE GAS RANGE FRIG,; RK Hrviwn and A aw Ph MMS 


pr ' " v ' r JlT_ _ cang« trig, atanga apac* gurw 

• !IM CITE GAS RANGE FRIG, PH I truwn and S« Ph 1*25436. 

'£'■ aFjb-SpT^ffi rm, ‘ 


Mountain View Resort and 
Camping Park 

Writ* or ph-ne f-ir our ama/mg In 
I*',.-*• for caiagea IhhajgH Mas 
4'*arte and try -air m «i~rh Ttailer 
Park f.-r large nr amall trail.-ri' 
I"ivgr-taBd i-ampiitg hy the wn'er' 
W ■ FUN IF. amt LAURA GAMBLE 
ft.ix IU Shawn.gun Lake 
. Ptew 711 -M l 


120 ROOM AND BOARD 

1J, «.M \ND BOARD WITH I .At N 
d ib iuJed EV 5-717* 

CRAIGMYLB. tngr CRAIUDAR- 
t H-k and rt.ld water EV 29031 

G* a ill ROOM AM) B?k\Rll F'flR 


Grayrrest on-thp .Sea 


relax Gmycrest on-thp Sea _ K " rl s K „ abin " „ 

rvr .* Twii. tae* anil four ruume.l aelf- 

AND • • • • oeilainrd bouwdcri-pfng i.-'l*u-- -,l 

Enjoy moimav ureiRTi hral rofngeroioik l*nvate 

v u u.Fll' HOLIDAY REid»RT> t.-.i.-h M-ui». f'Miing. awimming 

Every <•,«*.!* wllh a picture win- 1-A“"RF- ► rroaw «t mil- i»,r<h uf 
y ,o fawa-ile Victoria tie-" d- * in a mrllm* knoll) pine *et- Admum" 

I -ll-wv yai to v.iur vacation ting on w-airr. -uindy beach. Auto- K AHA NAS Fi i« TENTERS' 

.< Keep inf'irmcd on Incnl marie gn*. clei-tr**' refrlgi-rolor*. |-t> eve Svl-AJU 

|l run no more C,-me and en»'v > -umrlf with the Kart and Ruin l.lndalrom 

ph-'W 'he Cirvulallon De;d. Gray*. l*h,*v- Parkevill* 24ML1I3. Uox Irt RjOYSTt)N 


SEABRFKZE 
GUEST FARM 

HonNHY ISLAND. B.C 

Special holiday •'■a ftw family en- 
► ■vrneni te.iturtng farm *iy the ten. 
lun for y-aing and old. Lively 
Ib-arihe*. weekl y hay ride, informal 
•nn. wigitae. Weekly ,c daily rate*, 
an Inejuaive, Wnle. u* nr nival* 
H-rrW.y lalan! 45k Evelyn and Bill 
Fowler. 


123 CONVALIaCCNT AND 
BIST HOMES 

S! \.*A(.7lN.\ REST IU IMF. C» tM- 
ftw table • ■■ iijirn-aM' un. G'»ai ft»"l 
and , al t-'anauiiile ra'*'. Plaww 


I- 'ARD Ah ' RO* * Al GENTLE 
i ri'INW 

ft-!.!:>.!*lNG" fvatvi IIi*ME I'ltlVl 

l.-ge-.. Jamea lhf*r .3'*'I6!H 

121 ROOMi ro BINT 

LARGE NICELY Fl RN1SREU BED 
ai'tmic room It 1 * . gm' .-im-n 
-h'4- '-,h« a onmv -V (guadru. 

Call EV l rid*. 

(INK R'KIM AMI KITCHEN FOR 
ri-m. 2SJ per nnwilh. EV 5 2TJA ' m 
Afuin-na A'rnue. 

OILDNIAL inn 'comfort with 

T,-T»inahle '«•»* and yin Mivlce 

77-t ik»'*n»m*ot KV 4-1U1 


VEKAs MNNY TERRACE REST 
H -me *;-,'•• lb*-n»-"l for 1- Trained 
aid .*, • The h-aoe with the per- 

- -rial *o:e .'.<3-1714 

tt U “IIPvT - 1|7»ME ~A^s JCLATTON 

- -r* d» um- anomm-alCti-m wdth 
11 h,an *kfle*l < „ri Powr .i<4-«2ia 

• * write i’ll B-x 711 Victoria 

MEUrTe RE'T - h- .me" where 

everything l* lust a-b"l* Oil bettwr 
110 Brtnrwii EV Z 764A 

HOME OS THE GOOD SHEPHERD 
P*'»a«l care F.VAtSu* 

12$ HOUSIKEIFINfi ROOMS 
TO BINT 

rt f:an *- -mm -rtarlE warm 

furol'be l -m« C .mmunttv ail 


ns GMT n. EAN NtpklTTIM 

\- •<»!■ I VVtali a* KV2-a*l 
an,'.me alt*. 3pm. 


12$ HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS 
TO RENT 

SUNNY. NEWLY DF7CORATED 
kri-ur»l ft-vc For quirt. ■•liVrlv 
mm. Ia.lv ,» -rople Walking dl» 
**>nc* to i.awi Ncanaialgf tVitaW. 

(1i»Y. COMFORTABLE LIGHT 
h -uaekceiling r-»-m Completely fur- 
ni.hrtt at R5 a nveiih. tm J-ihirom. 
J uat itci is au-.v. 'r-en On*. 3W*A7A> 

CRITSCENT HOAD - LOVELY 
ti.iaht l»xl taitlng room for Indv. 
v*uiet home, time hua. beach. 115 
>5 1691 

FfftNKHED OR I'NFTRNISHEI). 
near C-«w ,ai F',»-t, »ud [»*»xi-«ef 
tally Plume. Gil il-Clia i-ven*i>g» 
1H113171 t>u*;n.-*a b-ui- 

H'H. SITTINif~K-e -M A Nil KITl ll” 
te Uf ft-ufi't U" lgv .,.1 ia-r»-n 
I.V h 4*-l 

|'M>xitting’h,m.m l"ak'~f: 

k *'.« •• »■ -rag- roao 

AU i-ud r.V2>S)« 

giux nd pioor Nounumin 
' •■'ft D Vt a 21 igurtwe *, 

• !«««>. iT» Wan afiec * p m 

1 KihFM MAIN l b a if* WITH 
i-T* Harery. ne-r he Bin 


12$ HOUSIKBEPING ROOMS 
TO KKNT 

LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING ROOM 
fur irni Jul.ll.-e diairl.7 1U-M96 
of ai-plv I7JU bunnun 41 

LARGE Ft'KNLMfEl) SUITE SUIT 
aide t'-r c-wiple S.nfc fng. TV 
KV4I.5J' 

I'Ll>>K - IV RED-SITTING ~HiXi-M. 

eveivih ng • I't-. UI 343 Kin.'abm 

V " ■'* . p n *_ 

Uf OAK HAY WELL F'URNLSHED 
iK-J-i.t' n* r-»-m. «r-n flirplac* 
llun,r»-a' per** EV TeStSl 

3 BRIGHT.’ CLEAN. U N FOR 
ntxhed rum*. .4, ok. oil range. 
yum 1 private Nime EV33nS 

CLEAN LARGE. FURNISHED 
room H« pale. (rig. amk Linen 
MUiplied. 337 Michigan EV 21044. 

► ■"’••tv-.T iki i kyeuythi ... sip 

plid. cho. lo th-tppmg 2A Men 

'■nty 'll* lliiiaidr 

% 1. D fTK I. Y LADY 3 lb • >MS 

Unet eleorv near tan Hua *ba< 

. r« ult Pan-1 ro KV 3V3 

LARGE HltlGHT HOUSEKEEPING 
Met EV Fjak hriwra 9-4 y in 
F.V . "h'* nftrt A 


12$ HOUSIKlfPlNG BOOMS 
TO BINT 

HOUSEKEEPING ROOM. CLICA' 
all tumilh'd. Jubitw arvw 15*4 Bank 
St. EV l-.Uftg after 5 

2V>. gJ7 LA'ELY FRONT ROOMS 
Sl-we fridge alnk. liift Ri,4am-*M. 

NEAR MBMORfAL ARENA MEN 

only *15 KV7554 

HOUSE KEEPING RCKFM MEN 
pre'erred Ivldllil 

F'CRnTThE!) ” ROOM FTttkiF: 

•tovr fas suoerti* EV Loirs 

CLEAN RiV»M. ALL ftTiFNU. CA- 

Wnrkmg man. --- x-v. 

CLEAN, iffikiirr “large, all 
• uiddled. Frig «h-Mi '-u* EV2V7M. 

FURNISH FID ROOM FOuTaDY- 
A.f-f ' 137 i m-nt f.V iWA 

F'AlifVlEI.P "nTcE fT.FTAN ^arM. 
kV,-hrn_ah f uml EVI XM 

SMALL R' ■ IM MEN "oSLY ' «1 
week!' IJflg Yatea St G Dunn 

VACANCY AT -.0 ~COOK fT - 
-Call >N -AM 

Sl.EKPING arffl) HUUKKKLKI’INU 
ri*an*. 777 Fid SL 


F'AIRFTELD BRIGHT 2iri»lM »*• Hillalda EV J-wata 

Sflj® 1- * ,l *" nr Pf,,ne AVAHa'HLE’j.'NE 1 fuifllU) 

---cUdrirt M-dern 1 bedrumt aulte. 

KOCKLAND MOSS I" n- -.. wi after 5 i' 

iSSul-VS?.'* 20rdr '“ ,m THE.*R*K»>4 SUITE. ELDERLY 

TWII 2ROOM* ATARTMENTS — EV 2-^H« lrf>,4d **" l>h 

F'urt Stte*4 and Ballery Street Call - 

GRT.wu RAPHE LOR APARYMVftrr 

_.. , ground fl'** vlf-eranameil June L 

UPPFUl FURNISHED HACHKLOH *•' i'l Cilinui EV S 1772*. 

aul'e. Cleon, quirt nor pauk andi _ 

ara Alrtalnera. Ptaaie FRANKUN t.!33Bi APARTMENTS 

- l-ri*«n. lop-ft'a'r uMie magmn-xou 

113 HY PARLIAMENT BUILDINGS vlrww Pref.T quip' adirta EV Jdartl 
—S mm. ,-wn entrance. Un**,. 

nark'iw 145-73*0 IM Mun I BEDROOM SUITE FUR RENT 

T7u Crirner Rk'hnvmd R-l and Oak 
I)E LUXE BACHELOR PRIVATE ti*y A v* EV *41*3 

twill, warm, quiet, rt-gular ihrail-l - — 

t, wni-ta. a 2*7 l arelakef F V J-'Wig «* >ET 2ROOM SUITE SELF'- 
----- chained newlv deemafed mi 

1ROOM SI'ITE- AIX irTILITIE* KV 4 MM. 

utriuded. 241 a murth GR 21913 — -- - -- 

<'R»7.2* afte, 4 and Sund.y Jft ,®T 

CLEAN. KiUlET BACHELOR <;tt 2471* 

• panmrnt. Newly dec,,rated. 1214 ~ - .. ....- - - 

Yatea. F7V 21)“* alter 5 e m cf, KA - LARGF.R 4 

— -----•' ••m urile I 'JL'lea Inrluded. 175 

FAIRFIELD. 2 ROOM SUITE AND UR 9-3K3I after S p.m 

ba'h. main ft-m Mft EV2HM T~urTj>7i^—T.wuin— 

aiirr * pm !. ”*• "ROOM LOWER DUPLEX 

p _ Garage i*«emm!. I5r- EV 2JM(3 

COZY 2 ROOMS HATH PRIVATE - Hf , , u - 

*** ivm“' 

hri“vNNY" lAmELCm SUITE. 

All eleeirtr ilm-n il'*f»a Waik-ta -V - Whh igan.__ 

t'AAW Adult* EV!« LARGE 3 RMS SELF CONTAINED 

1 IjAnVTfiNRD.' CLEAN I RflOM M r ' 9 *” 1 . c Y2lM7_ 

•ulfe Prtvote lauhroen. frig. wa*h- CATHEDRAL DISTRICT. 3 R'KIM 
er. rvr.g and |m> iKRim gr . r * u |t* |71| EV l-3a*g 

► ' "N -IIEI. APARTMENT GAQk4MAIN .1 RoriMA HATH' RANGE" 

F.Y »W 1__ P*r« Jit Vaiwver 

NE AR N ADEN MODERN FRIG J IEDH. . .M R'lTC^lXrWNNTiTRi 
awl »'■**« 113 n )32H EV VT147 

2W 2 ROOMS MAIN Ft DOR MOO CRN 2 BEDROOM. FRIG AXD 
I lib* we M.y 13 *17 Ihmanvuir Rd .t -v* left. KV 2042 

2" Jl NE J M4IN ru»»K SI TTK. tali' «»M UPPF.HDUP|>.X~AVAIL- 
, gu-rt »*h 479-gnM. aide June l gar FA' 24A11 


Suite 5«i -m pram.*ei or ph,*** 
Canada l*rrmaiwnt T maC tVtflB. 

34* Cl a »K ST--Madam I bed On I 
a t n--ar Branm II.'I Parti Kiet 
rang* and Ir,E Wall taroleA Rant 
2d* 

t* UNDEN AVE —Comfortable up- 
l-er duplex J iedrm* Rent 2hb 
NEAR MEDICAL AMTI RLUO. - 
Welllwoiad. rnmtw < tuebeturte 
•nit*. Hen: ISC 

A Bernard A Ctt Lid 
EM Port « f:v OBI 

PEMBERTON, HOLMES LTD. 
tom Guxcrnminl Slrort KV 4-KI3* 

143 GOVERNMENT STREET 3 BN 
available brand new fllnitsilx Mull 
am..* pervje or working couple. : 
*g7 «. 15M PANDORA AVENUE. 

A lira* ti' e 1-b.drm aune Immartt- 
late Very warm. Vacant. 

i»k luxeIhhte in LOVELY SUR 
rounding*, txmaialing al IP mg naan. 
Hr-,-4*.x- >**e large end ,aw amall 
Indnejm. imlta'ran. kllrhen with 
every modem ron'vnienrv. laundrv 
fan 1 In c* garage IVir* |M I Name 

f:v j-'.’vta_ 

AIMU AI*TS FORT STREET 
fmet-ednaen auile axallablr unmedl- 
utriy Rang*. Indge and flex-tricdy 
inrluged at RF per month l'lea*e 
rail KV 2<m* h*■ apfartnimi lo 
View ftwinertaa, Slvwart Clark U,1. 

NEWLY REDECORATED t pPF.K 
duple* large lnt--«wn. nine living 
u.en, -me Tvrttwm and twthr««im, 

•efwirale Prtruw— , -e M 

I tv nr M Lund. MM of Bland 
Home* Ltd 

MODERN ~2 BEDROOM APART- i 
"uni un frouml □,■». with i 
•pare, laurelry factlillee and garaee 
In F'alrfleid cioae to Baacm HUI 
Park. Available May L per 
nwrotit Fa-ried Heal',. IVOfU 

DRYFTHURST^CM HEAD STREET | 
Spacknta modem, ground floor 1- 
<'lri.,m tulle, ell modem farllltlea. 
W Immedlal* orcunaney. Rroldes! 
,-are .ker or EV STMT. Oak Bay 
Really Lid 

1- BEDROOM DK LUX* EPACIOI * 
ipartmeni at Id Elmalnr. lataadry 
and parking fanliue*. fridsa and 
•t'we Five minute walk to 4“n 
t.wvn area. Darrin Maiwr IM 
linkka K'rwt. taA-akat 

Dl»J!XE IU ED ROOM ‘SUITES 
in •>* aiwrunert Char la aaa and 
part WaiktnJt d'Maair* b) tuwa and, 
"n.-* New rangra. fridge. TV 

rn •!« H*Mery Mrvet 0. 

Dune. KV SAW * FV2g4U 

GORDON MEAD PAN'AAMIC: 
view*, -mc-hrdom IVe.ur We hath 
room, ratanel kilrta-n. itove frig, 
heat and wwtei *u ladled, dinrtte. 

lar-ge hung ronm. ,-art»rt: 2 ta) 
GR 7 "-3H 

Ll tVKLY 2RC a >M APARTMENT 

with ;a'„. living naan ha* ,-pen 
fireplaee. nawiv dwxaalrd Adult* 

• «wy Ptaaw KVVtaTl in- rail 111 
Lnlan 

BLOCK IX rATHFIELrTT" 

Ouiel 1 iirdr.»»n (twln-tie-l iWi 
large li'ing room, due-l'r a-d 
k'tehenefte H-b -wraler a.M next 
lui qillfd. F'rig and rang* EV 4-0137 1 

ANF hFohuolV niATk in siuki.i. 

•iwiAmvtU bu.idlng tn Fgirfkrld dM 
Irk-t Itefngvrah-r and Muva N-ar 
'■earn and atnnro. Adulta (T.'kO , 
taa M Sg 

MODERN MlEDROtrii APART 
met' walking distance lo cttjr 
i'”if' Ranim fng private nr 
"~i, r e *™ EV Km o* evening* 
Cf! 7 45M7 

PARK CREST] BEACON JuIX 
P-irti 150 Dwpaa M. 1-tv-drm Shi 

llu* u„* Adult* *tv; i*i* | m 

SICE. CLTTAH TRrgtM suite - 

Parity tuiniahed. near bua and 
park EV2 2W2 

FriylMM-VLT 3-lbKJM "seLK-COV 
lamed au ie Stove and waahrr be. 
r „t -1 US nvn'h. EV4 71D 

2- B^DRnOM ’APARTMENT. "*8!!« 

C m rn-.-4fi. rn-dern. neat Nader 
V2WST 

I PPER 1-KOO.M SUITE. irTlLlTIKS 
udeil tag GR 2-TVM *(1er 1 p m. 

n » >M"suTtK — ADULTS ' 27OG 


ONK-BEDROOM APARTMENT IN 

modem block, on nr at (Tout Avail¬ 
able immediately Cuiuced pdmiblnA 
TV antenna a undry (acUlUaa. m M 
per mo. 'Rent rodurad 15 pi t 
month with 1 year iea*a) SH-32M 
l'«d Fairfield MnaA Viearey Apia 
B yron Price. 

IVAi RAY AKA VIEW^JUIET 
aelf-rantainad ■pacl'roa tw-vbedrtmrt 
■Mer wire IU ir iwwi and light 
Sulla tae hr Mia. r.*«*• EV I M 
after 2 pm. ir weekend* 

CONY 3 ROOM «'1TE PRIVATE 
pat» and eniranee. FlrepUce and 
rn-lar* ipw- bathroom. Heal, 
light and we tar Included. 2X3 
GR 21411 _ \ 

3 ROOMS. SELF - CONTAINED, 

griiunil lliwnr. Gum waiftrfront. 
rvwr T'lltaum. Available June 1. 
Autoanxile heal mrludad. gta 
UR *■ Trill _ 

21* GOVERNMENT ST.. LAftllu 

barkeloc auile. newly dee, en led. 
mb' *•>' Phone H. ltavn*u*irt 
EV 2-HUT or EV2MST, Newaiand 

Realty Ltd. 

ES4)I' 1 MALT - IS ENTIRELY 
■' f-rienai -d auiW Own aeb-nwlir 
furneee Cktae ’-> bui acurea. Xtoe 
i large naan*. Sea new. Vatroik. 
Adulta inky. KV2U1A 

MODERN 2 ROOM GROUND FLOOR 
wile. Slave, frig. »a*hri and diyai. 
m SB au Queen* 742HS2 Dwroti 
Ekthange. 

2 ROOM SUITE WALKING DIA 
lance In town. IM ineliKlea all glib 
fie*. Aulawialb- waaher and drier, 
EV2WCI&. KV3-MM 

KATHLYNN APTS «ay^*t\JN^ 
Fane# Am., near Naden. 1-ta-dtm 
*u, . aval-able 31 .l-tn heet.-d 
ta-a-k Ptaew KV 4-4263 

MATURE COUPI.E~3N1M~J-H.«,jM. 

•(-if-e-aitained tu. 1 # n«*r ri- - —| 
•ew WWW* Lew. Mb is* Iu*tea bS. 
UI Ciarenre aural 2H5-H]i 

uinitj.ETiiH miuTuViuv* ” 
51*0 Quadra. Lare* 2n>-m "agile, 
wlt-eontained. Adulta. MS. Phew 
; EV 5-3W4_ 

LOWER MODERN 4RrrtM StTFE 
in 'r n*e». Quadra-Mill«td> dia iirt. 
Aui anailr «| hrt tjaaiae tarot IHiuw 
< lit * 3473 

AVAJ1JU31.V"n<B* ’ NEWLY DEC 
orale-l ln.«n a part men' with bg'h 
•11 utlllllee Inrluded Suitable for 
refined nr hualneaa rraipie. EV :-*«7 

! IM NF.AK mTu>i VIA GROUND 
iftow nw warm watie. i twdr-.. n 
living p»en kli»henelt*. fnv Call 
G R 7 lte« KV 3-4 IW1_' 

CLONE TO TOWN. ROUIPFED 
wllh rtartrtr heel and elertrv mok 
lng _nmge. From 122 MS per miuuh 
22-501 

ONE BUCK TO BUILDING* D21 
luxe new 1 had run** auliea Rangy 

fridge Venetian Minda. heal. TV 
outlet, parking. From Sfl KV 2SS12 

RSQUIMALT-NEAR NADEN 
Newly dcr,anted 2 man auite 
Fridge and atova. healed. 1*4 SB 
ta*J-37«. 

NEW 3 ROOM surras ALL 3»<yv 

ern farllltiee. TV laitle*. high area, 
rl'we in. IH amt l« Aduita. Ph. 
EV ’ 1042 -a KV 2-24-N3 

■; "Fl IR< HIM UPSTAIRS 'sUTTPl 
• Partly lumithrd elra'nr «,.ve 
■utomatU- nl! hoet: STS month 
Phone EV231M immwtlatrlv 

4 LARGE ROOM SUITE. JUST 
dee-.rated Heal, water. W-v* end 


l-DOKI li« GORGE HI1 B -TWO 
>—->an* ,4', 'rk- ho* ww'ei 

;»rhege tairoer V»- • nl IS* nil! 
Sien a, reroeH Ml M 

(>B4> DISTRICT *■«• APAHTMETT 
M"rtL Rear park and droniown Ra*l 

anting dreaalne bathroom, ki'rhwn 
aaa (ridge EV 3«777 

Fairfield. 4-room self-con 

la inert I over *uite 4 pier* hath, ale- 
'rir .■ ,v. and ‘ridg- Quret adul'' 
irnaw* 17,• EV FSR 

1 ltTidlODM AfTTT PAllBLANIrt 
near Naden Avallahte June 1st. IT 

,Cb ld wel-vane EV 3-3*10 

13 BEDROOM SELF CONTAIN ED 
aullr. fng and *•-»»» m ludr* g»- 

tacta’d 

FAJRnELD- NEAR - FARE. I REIb 
n.«n aulie " n fl»g lidn Eaatii- 
gatr EV4-I3S2 

utiADitA and PAnivyni STT- 
large 3'wdronm mltr In gtdr: 
a -rm -n- AdullA EV 272*4. 

n.KARVIEW APT^’ —ISO YATBs" 
tl*i-2*— D: lukr 1-RR al*. own h«al 
o wn*. (I *_n Hntdlhga. 222i a9n. 
FAlKVIKUt LPPK.H D ll P I. F < 
Clean or,gm. t-bedroian Fridge. 
glove. 251 GR 21273 ara* HP-2313 

DK XL S-lt'-.M SUIT* Ml .NT 
l-«'* , l '' S20, lighL haat Included 

EV 2*702 

2 ■ UEpROcai MODERN APART 
mewl near park and lea Adult* 

X») EV 3 'Will 

3R24 STK. 7*9 MARKET>T. ACM I 
tumnhrd. |3 £l EV2Mah5. 









12 B>iln £olonUt 


r KAff/T 
MEN A 

MOLP-U^ 

IN WS£<5 


NOT BNCB toft 
INSTALLCP Tk£ 
AUTOMATIC 
FLACMCAMfiKA 


rKMBKMTUN. HOLMES LTD 
IMS tiovfnunMl Strata RVIIltt 


3-BEDROOM 

SIDE-BY-SIDE DUPLEX 
Trade for House In Fairfield, 
Rockland AVe. 


BROW?* BROS. , 
AGENCIES LIMITED 
1123 Blanshard Street 
EV 5-8771 - DAY OR NIGHT 


|I2» 1*3* AIM 1 AC STREET Lain 
I 3 bedim tkune DuriwM wit* m 


KsgUHALT kr.u dockyard 


James Bay 


AMI MILTON STREET Older 
r« immaculate |m Separata 


TTKa new. aotit lexal i.de-ny-ald* du 

ptu ha* 1 l*rr btdraoma. lull llv- 
l nr man. <min r-»an known 
Ikrmgk Ml. MSB rarer J ear• 
porta. Ml baiaamanl and It DndJ 1 
aeaprd, MM A In 1'iuveralty area, 
on aewar Byron Prka. evLMU 


FAIRFIELD 
FAMILY HOME 
12,500 DOWN 

spark Ui Umlly tnanr oaalaUnc <t 


m MM QUADRA STREET Km 
t badrai hum*. Gai Hr*I, No baae 
irx-nl Sepaialr (irUr. 

N •m RES DENE PI-ACT NralaH 

i i«r*n* M**e Onre-m gamer 
* an hattkry vAkCt id 

bad raw Ixl duplex OU haal. 


DR with fireplace. cabinet kti 


FAIR IT ELD 


•*W bedroom ■ and 3-)*w vamly 
bathroom <kava; twxj bedroom* up. 
Full high basement, 0 0.54 ipm-k- 
**• wuiI SrfBralr joiifr ALL 
KOOMS AUK LARGE Nrar Mr 

i arara Omari* a Sr Nad. Ntrr mu- 
linn thixaighout. EXCLUSIVE 
LISTING. Asking prk-a with rood 
term*— 

J! 1,900 

For appoint mffl In vtrw, pir*ie 
rail Mr Lawwn 


HINT PR HUY WITH LITTLE 
laiWN PAYMENT - 5-rm i5BR. 

*Ar» tame with ran*r. nrw wiring, 
arw O.O.M furnace baaemewl 
new wain line, atua hat build!** 
ahed at mar of lot. Drive by 1S3 
Juwph. 

DICKIE AGENCIES LTD 
XC Mrarra 94 EVIUU 

K<n EVI3M* 


LIQUIDATE 


Do ywu wdi la aril your apartment 
block* firm wlahe* Ut exchange 

fi BONDS h* rrvrnur nroserty 
luur enql'iriea given Immediate *1- 
laaU*n L E. KIRK, Mgr . Com- 
irei-cial and Invex'merU DrpL. 
Nnrthweatem Srcunlira at Victoria 
Ltd.. EV NATO 


141 MOUTOAOI LOANS 
AND INSURANCI 

WHY PAY TWO MORTUAG k * 
wtm taw will do- RaflnaAc*. lacond 
ta nr ga g ai. ag n a ma ni* fur aalr 
purchased Maximum amount* with 
minimum dr Lay Call 

TOWN A COUNTRY 
REALTY LTD 
MORTGAGE DEPT. 


Winning Contract 


ELDERLY LADY DESIRES IN- —— 
furtuww-a apartment Mai JL Windy INI ALL 
St Charts* or Fairfitad Rd Phona 'j*'x I 
KV Ida. P1aa» 

----- - - r rr A*. 

OCTET ELDERLY CXH'PLE W ANT 
!—■a Santa had apart tar at ua 
■rM flour by Juar 1. Stair rrraaJ '■«* 
lu Wtorta Prraa Boa Mu ~I _ 

MlEDNOOM FIRST FLOOR. I N |]4 
lurartM. Vtrttaly .d Vrta' « Jtabi- 
W taajgj al IM4«W , 

Ht’RLBT SMALL APARTMENT Hot'SK 
f - : 9,-raun*. EV 5*1*5 ,*»n .,r 


HARDWARE LUMBER 
GRAND POTENTIAL 
THRIVING COMMUNITY 


GOOD SITES 
COMMERCIAL 
:uut 

APARTMENT 


By HOWARD SCHENKEN awl RICHARD L. FREY 

Bride* Qnii: 

.Operang leads are 
of two klnda: passive 
leads which aim at 
giving nothing away, 
and attacking leads 
which aim at grabbing 
tricks quickly. 

Other things being 
equal, you should 
took for a passive 
lead when the adverse 
bidding sounds doubt 
ful or uninspired, or 
when you have reason 
to believe that the 
cards Up badly for 
them. Attacking leads 
are in order when the 
enemy bidding is con¬ 
fident or when the 
cards tre flying well 
for declarer 

In answering this 
quiz, decide first 
whether you want to 
attack or play passive. 

Then choose the spe¬ 
cific card to lead. 

Anawen to 
Bridge Quiz: 

a. Heart nine. Since 
both opponents passed 
on the first round, 

ttts they must be at full 
stretch. Furthermore, 
the cards may not be t 
lying particularly well I 
for them, as you are 
sitting over East with i 
the spades. Passive 
measures are best. 

b. Spade queen. The enemy bidding is confident; 
worse, your diamond honors sre badly placed. This is 
not the hand for hiding behind the bushes, so don’t 
lead a passive club; try instead to find partner with 
something In spades, where you have a better chance 
of adding two tricks to your red aces. 

c. Diamond ten. Your hand may wem somewhat 
spidery', but it holds plenty of menace. Your trump 
holding Is sure to be troublesome and there is every 
chance that partner holds the clubs. Give nothing 
away; make them fight for every trick. 

d. Heart three. The outlook is ominous. Your dub 
ate will be quickly knocked out. It looks as though 
your only chance is to find partner with the heart 
king. You must attack Immediately. 

e. Spade seven. You obstruct both red suits, and the 
likelihood Is that partner holds spades. The hand will 
not develop well for declarer, so play passive. A spade 
is leas likely to give away a trick than a club. 

•A •*U-MeClati SjDduaia Faaiarai 


REALLY SELL 


M»r* It U oaly fl»« yaw tad Wlh 
prollta INCREASING IN LEAlS 
AND BOUNIK4 »»,--> >r*i <n itv 
hrarl a! an arm dritlnrd lo do iMh 
ma tail III lt!»T WITH I'EOPLE- 
¥o* haw tw..rf how rapkSy Lhr 
knarr liland ui drxrk«una iviw t> 
y.wr rMwv l„ iD.f IN WITH THE 
FARCY HI RUB THU aua and ■* 
oprrmliua hamSra alt linn at mat 
itn hanjwan and aU lumhrr DM 
If >ua irt induatrkxaa and wUUnc lo 
aurk. THIS IS A SURE MONEY 
MAKER Ful! pnm M3.M Aaklnu 
I8MMI la handlr WHICH BARELY 
CuVRRS THE STOCK Paymnta ol 
INTEREST ONLY FOR THE FIRST 
YEAR, ll dniifd. to give thd arw 
raxnari a r*d itarl Boaia. w a>>w 
amumd a GOOD IS% with ra>y 
roum lo •-hop rxpemra and IN¬ 
CREASE PROFITS. Thera H In- 
mrnduua mdcolul heir, and the 


IF It u juur genuine with ta tell 
i fmnl- >' MI ' »Parfnwnl •* iwna pnperty 
«. man ,, M W1 f, , h „ mi»«l 

St., with runiwr. Your reply will likely pn- 

alien lor yuar properly 

ai rear wiam 2 or j weeka a« our menu 
]i-S ruvi require a greater ae!rctl<Mi than la 
i-unently ataftahle (•> Ihem. Cal 
t fmnl. j ' r aare—L F. KIKK Mxr 

I. irom- c aniaemal and InveaUrwW Depl . 
St. Nnrtkwealam Seruriliaa of Vk-ioda 

uam LM ' 

' LISTINGS or HOMES FARMS. 

i^mTsrr:,: 

ireeiA. anyilme. EC. Land tC Goxammafil 


MORTGAGE LOANS 

rtret aungagea avallaMe bp 
NU.BBS ai rurrtni ini i rail re 
Uulck deciHuaa. 

BROWN BROS. 
AGENCIES LIMITED 

llB Baaakard Si EV lal 


Aaklng prk 


mrxllala » < rupanr> 
wlin esreuml lerma 
S13.500 

Cm Mr Lao 


Ire N-nk Lam 'Walk 

10 Paaa I C P u . 

jC Paaa *7 All Pai 


TODAY’S BARGAINS' 


Naatfc koldat 


r» lal 
*3.30 par 
ajn>«tiaaiP*i. 
Y-'U iRYral 
IW.*. 


MODERN O 

aendw 

r*n«r paja 

Stdit 1. -* 

Na.lr« St I. I 
cr Sunday 


HE 

war 

Box 


I 1-iTIMiS RK 


C» tat m-risagr. 7'e%. 
♦ Ii.el prr m.inlh. U yaar 
aiTunUaUna. IB year rlauar 
You lilveal M.«a Yirtda 
I0S*. 


N.ink Laat Smk 
Paa. I * Paaa 


FAIRFIELD 


30,000 sq. ft. plus. Apartment! 
zoned properly in excel¬ 
lent location. Approx — ( 
W5.000 

For full details 
please contact 
J. H. Ford A. L. Wagner 
EV 4-1863 GR 7%B89 

'DOGS and CATS 

Fully equipped htenwgd Kennel*. 
arcomltiixL-itkei Kjt 40 •* Vl doga 
and 14 rat* H * water healed and 
immaiuuir Lovely 2 - heUn»en 
tamcaluw anti -a<> etev. 
UFkip rr haw AOH heal. 
Srp (flfiinj rnnm Property ta ap- 
pr rxlmately *, ai-rr and well land 
•raped, ae'l ifi.-unlauieil and 

Well Priced at J16.000 

Mr Dane*. EV&4III 

KEIt A STEPHENS>.N LTD. 

••i Bnawhl.ei at. . . 


Dak Dua Harvyj. EV d-2Wl. 
-4 hi air • e r Y | r e Ajlierta 
M.«Igaje Iirhinu Lid, 
*D. #U Vkw SI 


WONKY TO LOAN ON -MOItT- 
gagaa. quick danauim. alao agree- 
menu and mon gagy* parvhaaad lor 
eaah Sre ui lor iua price* 

A. DERNARD A CO LTD 
«B Fort Street IV t S3U 


Naetk Laat Nwatk 

Paaa I 4 Paaa 

Paaa 4 N T. Pm. 

Paaa AN T. All Pa- 


BOORMAN 


FOR SALE *40 0* SECOND MOKT 
gage i«i coamna'irwl property "dlh 
payment* over Bn a m.ath. Aral- 
claaa aecunD. Will anepl SMUMI 
raah. Virtnna Prru. Jk,\ .71 

FIRST MORTGAGES I 

or eralt R1THET CONSOLIDATED, 
LIMITED N» I n Sireet 


INVESTMENT CO. LTO. 

UU Government St. EV 3TUI 


Nnalk bold*! * ■ 7 A 4 V Q 4 3 

0 « A t * A I* 7 


OAK BAY AVE. AREA ritrnsi 

$1,000 DOWN HIGH BURNSI 

. A lovely Ay ear. ad ran 

Uni Oder type family Mane 1 * ta- Large living ii*an. din 
Ic-red Uw quirk *aJe am lhr .«»Twr *nu*n tnh elec Iclhdan. J 
la leaving i<*an. loll <tf living area 4-piv. lw>A pita Larae 
wnh three bedr-.ena and full haae n»en 04X.M heal. So 
ment. Act qulrkl) Ideally ap( i«i large 

Price only $7,600 SStS^ - V * 

SIah Comuti. EV 1-7134, anytime $15,800 

Oill C I Van* 

NEARLY '* ACRE 
RICHMOND AVE 


North iial Nall 

Pa»m I Paaa 

Paaa !M 411 P, 


-*>» .«■«' . 2 * 75c PER SQ FOOT *iu« i 

’ 4 Office* to Rent. All tacllhJET*„ 

PLEX - » REIN tic*. Rleal location, corner kar.ted 
Fort ■ nH DouRlas. EV LK126 

‘pha w GR* -ce« 

■PLEX. -• BEIV 
drive-In garage 
e T.V 4 liSS tu 


THE OTHER GUY 
PAYS 

Ye**lr' Live In Ihl* One, Iwn- 
•lorey home and let Ihe 
taher guy" pay your mon 


EVSS4II anylune 


14.MB bay* C. -*• hr* n. rg»,-. 

170 month. 7k Se<vni> ■* i-il> 
home in aof tuu good i-ondliuai 


BEAUTY SALON 


anwrair mile* ■ innene II* 

per month' I on a high. Uwd 
k« a. rlnokmg the wtada (M 
Full haaement <41 heal. Italy 
modern and NOTE' Load* ol 
n»4n to baud > extra bed- 
rtwm* I both Millet at preaenl 
have J bedroom* A HERE 
ELSE' muld you hoaa to find 
all ihn fur only in 7un with a 
*rr> rraaeiabtr dm payment. 
RCSMDni Walk-la yaw 
l>h.«w and rail me. Roaa Har¬ 
vey, at KVN43W >"•»• •.* 
Saankh Really Lid. GR^-ldtfi 


UPLrVNDS 


Pleaar tall Mr Nawkea al IkaigUi 
Hawke* Lid. S17-A Fort JM-tlJB 
• Rea. EVS-2SMI 


U.C. LAND RENTALS 
i*4 Hmug-Uno {* iPrrllmUury 
N.4tce>-*.T70 aq. ft. iw|U auli- 

divalei, apacioua uffWa anth 

new*, lali* (vntral work area. 
equi]>pei| lor rieclnr typing Hull 
en^inetr*. arrhlfeel* gimeral offi- 
•-*•» Available July nr Augual 
Eta i 

It'd Bnad 91 - I nto xq ft., auil 
*ru»* or offirr* ImmrxUate. J75 
li*l Landry irxfir -ground floor. 

l.lftrv. heated, gjfl 
kla lUanahaid Medu-al or dental 
dime. Main (!•■». 3 n«ma. prr* 
enfl.v phymian* offlie* Parking 
at rear EJ5 

Call .low Mr. W O. Tameroa 
BC LAND A IN-SI'KANCE 
AGENCY LTD 

K2 GusrT Street r.V AkiV. 


2855 LANSDOWNE RD. 


on Ih*t property make ll an ex¬ 
tremely attrortive b* mg J hedne- 
r*al l-R. •efwvra’e DR New ca »M 
fumaxr- Clean. No flxlrta. Jutl Z3W *q feta at Jugurenra living -• 
imk in. h.imi 4 liedroanu and den. large 

mu down LK. *ep DH. S-«lar kitchtm xv.'h 

Oei. „ ein rjm l.u.lt-ln range and *en. Adjoin’nil 

r Ull Pric e SIO.jOO utility him, wnll-bi-wag ear-petinR 

Dar Ga’-ute KV S-7131 anytime. In almiai every room Sn luiled 


LINIlKN AVE 


rifkt mortagfe S 2 .jfl 0 . I 1 ,'., repay f 
able tu per monih. 4-vear term. 
Thi* I* a well areured invealmeni 
EV Vtadi. Enr Chatman Falrfk'ld 
Really 


J ROOMS 
LduJi*. uwe 


"OUR ITRST HOUSE” 
or 

"OUR Li\ST HOUSE 

nr.ly 1 yrt oM, aMlnaa and e*u> 
lo knew that aa» Tina rh.rm.ng 
iejngak-* ha* only one atep al the 
fr>e 4 door, but Ihe full oetnenl baae- 
meni ha* a large Komgiua Ri»>m 
for Ihe family when they prime in 
Vial' There I* a large LR. K With 
enl.ng area. twin-n*nl bedi*»wn* 

w.ib dotage rl'iaet and utility r«»jm 

on the main noor and aw*e iMrage Select Dist. — Ocean Views 

sure Ulan you ran imagine, a 

dnve-m garage in t>» 1 Linger than- * room*. LR ISKll with art i aim FP. 
i- «|rgi >r ‘ -a "• Can ba pur- DM lixld. thru hall to I bedroom*, 
cbaaed funuthed If deatred. All with Ai oak noon. Landaraped 

„ ,, lot thru from *treet to atreet Early 

Full Pnce $11,500 nuumi.n p see win nandir Full 
■nfurnulwd price a*ked 

Mr* Cnaaa - KV HIM J' 


n.RDGELING HI SINEW Rl 
quirea 11 uu at li- Credit <1 k 
H ene equity, etr EV 4-Jtalt 


$$$$$$$ 

MAKE YOUR DtXXARS 
WORK 

FrxdiUUe apartment in prime ren¬ 
tal aiaa at-w* rxirllent relume 
Ha* barhrl.ir. idle and tw»bedroi>m 
wi.ie* fun* a ui. -maltr and can be 
,!»<ated h* la'oeniee owner Naefy 
UMeaK in.-, parking Will cob. 

aider » roe paper -e pc-.-'V L-sds. 
K Wright. ttMH -» K Lrnrn- 
dea. EV M*Ik *dBa* EV 3-Btt Vtc- 
lona Really Lld. 


CADBORO BAY 


VICTORIA MOT El 


2552 CHELSEA 


ROTAL, DAK. DR Ll XI I BED- p K BROWN RENTALS 
tv*an. I 1 * hath. W.ll-bvwall ra~pdt. nroirahle offer (pare lift aeejl 
f «e. fng etr $n Nk t.R KS 77L abl# in Uw Alexia Building, cxn nei 

hxi I BEDROOM, fid HEAT. " 

k ,, M rv i.i,m tnai neweai iiime nudomg* run .. 

w a'er lik.uded r.V I -V4* M m.1ke» m ren-.l agent. ' 

FMRKIELD 2-BEDROOM SIDE- I’ R BROWN A SONS LTD 
-ide HP* per mouh KV 3 VW *« ►’ORT 9T ■ PHONE BMta , 

__ B|ut HEATED WORKSHOP SPACE IN » 

III HOUStS TO ■IHT rrohialria) *nned arra. with .gfr» ri 

fUBMISMIB n ' 1 •’•Itr*** *4' prr month f 

PygHIMIIB _Ihvet* EV 3-732 5 or C R 7-3-4 

“k-KKVN HKKvrw.AiU MofT^I- C R I M E IkWNTlIWN OFFICE N 

A'lrarttve bungalow* in me* quiet ,, M , r f,, r n-m an 1 joo *n ft f. 

area. Bu-ll la gamge* betwaen N< p h ^ c ,heldU foe further de-<- 

w«t,w heat, and •f«i lailk F N fanHdu Lid M9T174 


HI T SINKSS Hl^lTix 0,11 J v Jntauain. Eve. EV J-?vki 

nUMNLSS t3IAA_l\ C-mgdon llr-illy Ltd Nta-JH* 

CONDUCT «Nl DunpCn Rd_ 

Ye*, oexltat vtair inwine.* on «' OL W D O !>' CORNER BEAUTY 
CENTENNIAL SQUARE — HJB Hf Salim. E*tabli*hed 1«X One upee 
Vlrturv* at Uw 1 unary FOCRTEEN at.* (p«»n fur taw>. Ready f.c 
OFFICES PLLfi A LARGE MEET expanal.41 14 rndnii growing rtl- 
ING MALI. Ttui hwban* ha* n*.-n enlele Offered at lea* than ataet- 
mefitly roamdetely rmntaied. ITS ln« '’“I 13 yean a»i Finanrial 
I'fiEfi AH* Mol'NDLESS. it will *talemenl •« hand Owner Irav- 
adaia tu moat any venture THE mg. Oarea e * le«tar CM. Br-Wer 
ern- PfEOTE ia:i*r l* p reaewiiy age I.I,I YM7 Amt.me 


Phone AG 11 l !■> m»pi-<L 

REi\L BARGAIN 

Cedar Hill Shclboumr p,\-p hay liWY 

3-bedro- «tear tad hum. »dh Ml MILLION DOLLAR VIEW 

2*rur, r^* - ••aHi, n * 

watrr heating ami wlher exiraa. IkwuUfuUy wuuLed un Uw aeaM.ud 
Exrrlienl r .ridit'. Mn. Thi* tome aaqa* <i4 Pal May High-'*.' 1 •■•« 

rani «- du,. ..led I -r aak.ng pee M-'if.HN IN.iT *Ntl i, ,m 

::4 Vn ,1 ,.,.| Gere,. l»aaw wu featured ut .«te <it ■ * 

ClayUta Warren. KV A7124 anyume. leading . ramtly Inane . m*g«*Lm» 
Surr-amded by \-arre at limdaia-.- .1 
groumta and off the hagtavav prl- 
viu-y and PANORAMIC VIE AH 
| lend plraamg nharm lu the dia- 
• Iiminailng buyer From drlvmay 
i hi mnl.tung iwipiirL an attraa'livd 
. ft palm had* hi enuware hall i*.rv 
vlew 1,1 lnl “ mze ibranu roan. 

Gmai panrxlrd view wau anw 
. tie* tret iv mg i-»an in* Ml 
.'TJ gmnWe firxgiUtr nail and hdlannr 
.-iiui “mated pam-Wnc, 9|»xikaw iwd- 


A very fine andatartirally Aafie.1 
l^-gr liexynm home, brauli hilly 
fu: mahtai SEVEN iwlhroan*. *1 
H.meg nerd aa a high ctaaa l»w*U 
n, mv A wimdertul ■ pplwunny 
b> Iinvarl aa a «ek-payuxi "real 
l.ana." Liietaor ran be .Jirairwd 
Full laarmral. • >0-M hot water 
heat. Large itauble garage Tern 
bli a ell .mrhq*ed. walking dtai- 
anre Tit view by anpntmmmi ordy. 
raU I.« Brown. Iw*. EV AWE 


i* y<«r genuine a,*h bi tell 

apartment or revenue pr.qwoy 
«vl want lu pine. Uu* requevl 
n Ywc reply wilt likely pro 


FREE RENT 
BONUS PROFIT 
$10,700 

ram I mix* ?hu noriun.iy tn pur 
•4ia*e a irvrnue p, menv ihai put* 
dividend* e.w and guarani rr* a 
print in the nexi frw 
Vian L.«elKm i. ideal allmng 
rr rr .1 '<naia* walk.ru diaunr* to 
txlv IVhllf 

For mure part ' taar* nail 
Mr Hanley 

Stimuli Realty L'd . GR HHJ 


CORNER Glt'XEItY 

nf.| exatalafted hu*ine«* at one of PAVJLRAll 
the rlly ■ liualeil *u'*-rh*n In'er- rrtl 'Sen/A.H 

T.*n..,er ' (ym EXCEL-, CITY VIEW 

LENT LEASE. Fu'i prlre. »-hi 
D (IB guaranty -d aliwk. inly I9.SU0. * **^7 lovely 
Call N..I I riM-r KV I - re* bungalow demgn 
FV VJJM Flnam-iai Surxrv Lid l‘R d oceup ea. I 

---- — i guwfte aU ••mu 

AN INVESTMENT OF $4.f»« 
w and give /ou » oer rent pr.lt* 
yearly Thi* Ir a new butane** 
renpany In which vou would an 
*• lllrnt partner, pieaae wrlle f.w 
BppHn'mrnt to Vln.irla Prea* 


to ihHr l..fc up. and will do ai at 
a hamtaome rent hi a mreuft-h.- 
month Iwta. he- at lean a year, al 
>*fu.ii time llua laabkng will he 
»iC'nz m lhr middle rg a mllH-m 
Ik.liar Ik'veyipmmt. the nuateat a«al 


MONEY MAKERS 

Jud a few at the many Urom.*a»*| 
»i have liv‘i '1 
Font! MARKETS 

L Ou*kirta of I n* it A peal money- 
maker, dung tn excrx* .< glUl.ilM 
pn yrv Huh he* pi*glt 
Z Cl-**- ta: r>4 man-aitd-wlfe op- 
era! nm •h.av.ng a good profit 
Fiat AMI CHIPS: 

L Small .<n#-maa operanoo r»-d 

R pfsTAL'RANT AND BANQI ET 
HAM. 

1. CVv Mu'vl. une of Utr Iwaf 
luviwn nsliurunU m Virtu. ■* 
C xilif a 4 iw r.qkaord lor ro 
•ek.tdi Pt’-'e 

Fur n»r» Fli,i* |4».w M" »e man 


XafiKI 

lXJW’N 


-"'ill IT WAKF.Hi USE .SPACE 
jv,. i sie for .Image, downtown 
EV 4«JE 


Asking only $17,500 

Phu Simpam EV 1-7134 antiima 


>'•* 4\>RT ST H« modeled itnre 

* u 'Pie R,ija- Tru«t Co.. 130j 
G m-mmcal St. EV S-412* 

• U-Firca Til RENT XT VAIUOI'S 
pr.ma M n'le.l Traal Ca. 10ST 
r n ■ MS Till 


rtX.WA**k 3 m*.»MS KI RNISH 
e.| Rig, wiahing mdriunr lllixl 
floor*. »>' 113 G.Ulvtrram. 

GR *11 -• 


SPACE-CHARMER 
CHARACTER 
9 SUITES 

Lm.'ly uldr. feibie .41 neatly '■ 
ta-rr .f ihmi-* Eixiuimall property, 
TW4Ui|lully ixinxrrled hi revenue. All 
view rutti-a. aufnr with iwlui or 
rundM-k. Groaa revenue 17.Ad Own- 


l-ADIES I.INGEHIK SHOP SAME 
liu»i <knvnt»wn Im-oll.m 3n vear*. 
lend nit return. Can he purrhau-i) 
be pi ha at ahrk akar Aptevxl- 
mate!' W.NM. Owner. VIctnrA* pre*», 
|L,\ S«? 

HAVE A CLIENT WITH tlOMnu 
•*»' ng a ia- apartment likyrk. 
Mu*t ihuw a fair reliim Call Jack 
Brown Evea EV 4 4*7* PEMBER¬ 
TON, HOLMES LTO 


WATERFRONT 


Here W a lieautiful waieifcait I. 

• ati.ai o.mlnned with a very al 
trail ive h.,nie. I.ft 11 I. 

a id an.. IkLir bright kl'rhrn 
we* inert-Ling Ihe null* 
Tw» h.-dnn* 'he n.ain ftni*br.| 
'■>»d m me la l mgn baacmcni 
Treed and iandaraprd ha with . < 
ctaar paved drive Three mUe* 
fnsn d.nvniown. Stailatlca an- 
Tn.xe* 1199 groaa, age 12 > r*, an* 
1J9U aq. ft 

Pi ic* $19,500 

Erir (taaham EV S-7tJ4, anytime 


ULAIMTt iNK 
y fan wh 1 * ii'. 
R E Hra'h *. 

J4j J|>q 


I ?•' x, FT xT MtK SPACE 
V a'..«—-— 1 --work from Dmgla* 
I.Wi 3«J IJ"7 

MAI L TO RENT SI ITAHI.K FOR 

aquafv •lance gnaip*. meeting* and 

uchiing* ,vo-«.’ll. 

HALL FDR MEETINGS KKCeF- 

bta * 1 .- Alao chair rental Ph<ne 


bi:acon hill park 


THREE BEfMtlklM- C4l»':*>ltO 
I ay Inane nrar hearh Jure J» lo 
Aug. II. UB weelilv. GR7-!'SP. 

Tv VNTED _ _ YofNC, MAN T1> 
►bare bwr and >•••*•*. (INtUl 


FIRST TIME OFFERED 
11 RENTAL 1N1TN JuM ', M-K y-gxx 
inm h ixrk »rvl w,ihm • -. 

'taf di*:*ikv Alliarlive iliac,> bldg n frr 
ai h 7 large 1-hedrm tic*, plu* d oi,iaj 
extra nice furnlilaxt room* Sh-Min* Thu 
ov.-r U% rye Entire property Ir 
tcime emditi'in with ihv* *iuccu, 
new furnace wiring and r»>f. V-.lc- 
«. h’ ••..t*o S.) vacancy pe>a» 
lem* h ,-1 

Full Price 

S W Afrlciwm 'b 1 * 1 
Einanciaf Survey L'd I 


liKULt.HI A.Nll EGG PHOni'CTKtN 

FECTIONERY STORE ‘’NPRiRTTAiu.K 

l Alih oYSTtM 

li a thriving amall '**•»y*. Maximum ontaurlhav minimum Id¬ 
le for man and wile ofwratkm M ..pponunily that provkka 

inriude* building, ti.wk and lhr f.gkmlng *an*ea: 

nem, v ro.ma t> r llvaig * ,g ,g lhr nvwl vahiaVd 

pr '7 n J UJ *. P 1 " land m the SaMUrh lYnawtag 

naimenm 1 ^ rtal^Hamirt**-.™ Wdd wbnh-Mlr. 4 1 , hnurg per day 

r»-i Really I 'd office EV3-9145 ,or C * V *T' ^ 

■ ir Re* KV 2-1 Idl Ing lord* wnh regular d-wnefe ra- 


akwr M Utade. Llalln* aaleawocnan 
h*a lived fnr yean In Ihl* tvwa* rod 
will ba happy to *bow « at any 
time. 

YOU KnJST SEE INSIDE 1 

All reawnabte •■'•cn nwaldered 
diking pnre gJB.OMI. Pte**e .alii 
Mr* Lavender lo view anytime all 
J H Whlltom# A Ca Limited . 1 
EV 2-431. 


J4i-ri- » a i-Jvanr* >.»! mualn I 

mlaa 

Ml bn your friend* wilt 
envy thi* 

Bnuhlrot n*an yxai'v* dvr*- 
arm 

To view ihe c*«mtry frrnh 

and Erven. 

A STEPLESS tv,me of 
BEDROOMS TWO. 

ELECTRIC HEAT lhaINi 
near brand «« 

The DINING R'kiM la tarre 
• nil airy 

A Chl.inel KITCHEN light 
and cheers 

Cell Peggy lb Me. C.J.aty 
H.wlly Ltd . KV KE3I 


14! MORTOAGI LOANS 
AND INSURANCE 


RC LAND RENTALS 
tv* Adm-ral* li-ad t , M3urvuyu,' 
ta'IUng w:’h mvwx. Grai vaia 1 ,v .114 
r .xn 14‘x'jy -pita Lrx p;*,v. . 1 -nroj 
r--m IFxU lecep. * hill CxIS 

•lak D**rv newly dec.raled Itirvaiih- 
•ad OU tee-water he*' hu and * p- 
a-al# gar-agt Il3j .f'arefaker *1 
wpero,. 

WTl G rvernmeni S'reel 3-41 jwD 

C H IIR 11 WN RENTALS 
3171 GItAMTE xT Al:.-a< •* f»m 

Hi bane 1 )lt( LR larpe ilinuid 

Mum. *unr»an. : bather an*. iui-u 
h. *t. |17N On Inter 
1142 A I NlON RD Ihkitav Sfr D*ir. 
2 RR. lawmen. IMLM ««l- '»r 
p*1. W7 3d. Pa« June 1 
P. R BROWN A SONS LTD 
t«: Fort Si JCeSWS 


FABULOUS 
t ACRE-SEA VIEW 
NEW-1679 SQ. FT. HOME 

Double plumbing, living rm. 31x13. 
3 bedraim* parfllhming in h*mi 
(•r 4‘h belrm. and caigh plumbing 
fnr Srd baihrwen. Huge rumiai* 
12x37. WU nrepBHta. " Tundecv 
♦table all.x-hed garage 9 mile* 
frrati rlly hall or Saani-ti-Cendal 
Saanich bofder 

Only 121,500 

J S Hourman. EV 3 71J4 


NANAIMO REALTY 
CO LTD 


..rvi MORTGAGE LOANS 
FROM PRIVATE IT NOS 
WTTHltlT UONTS 
Al a tun .'- 1 dlacloxnl *nd icaaonahl, 
ru-nii coal rhaigeahh- only Iron 
'he dale of ban l<> Ihe |L,v t,f pn\ 

1 il it.) >ie paid oif anyume. with 

’"l' Can" I SV ALLY OBTAIN A in *“ ''ff 11 " 1 l^aU.flJual ‘.-hlork 
HIGHER PRICE for your areond T‘ ,. r ;'> t , Hlrt X. Terentiy 

tnongage nr *.rreemcrfl VICDIHIA 
uu UP ISLAND Your dorument 
• *n he > 0,1 ha immediate *ale 

f>«r ca*h without oM.gathat. or 1 will 
arrange a tan agamat Hw <1 ■ u 
n.enl lo rale -,*J m-mv, if thi* 
plan It hent lor your nrrunuitanrei. 

REFINANCING A SPECIALTY 
FIRST MORTGAGES 1'N NEW 
AND OLDER HOMES 7*1 AND 
7 ' HITLDING MORTGAGES 
VACANT LAM) MORTGAGES. 

DEVELOPERS’ LOANS 

Anywhere in the Province. 

COCNTItY MORTGAGES 
Gt'I.F ISLANDS SALT SPRING, 

SIDNEY SHAWN IGA N S41DKE. 

LAVR-'oRD METCIH WIN 

DUNCAN TO QUALICUM 

Plc«»e rail Mr. Thom** at 

DOUGLAS HAWKES LTD. 

«17A Furl. 3S4-713S. re*. 1*4 4431 
The m** unuiua I the loan, ihe 
more likely I ran handle It." 


SpcHiali/cd Commercial 
Realty Service 


•l STES-QUADRA ST. 


WATERFRONT 
TEN MILE POINT 
1 1/3 ACRES 

Herr 1 * one of Uie i4vai-e*l water- 
from proiwiliirt ,n V'lctoriA m,n» 
ttian ’3i«> fm. Thi* roniempeni' I- 
iiedndgn home with triply plumbing 
I* xoai.u.ely IB1H4U.' .irtt wcludixT 
N.air dinrog r««»n. living naim and 
4 ta*t: •■!>* fare Ihe *i-a a* d-* 


7' ><«i've hutai-d high di«l 

l-w*. ami »LII y.* hair no 
place hi g,,. call me while 
'.ai m *lill in town and offer 
fifi.en bundled tkavn. Living, 
•limn*. h>dr<e>m* thier 
IVi.emenl full and a r.,.«n 
-.(irix. Patio and fi*h 
peal !•*,. Lovelv gardwi and 
a view Peggy R-a«e, Cub ny 
Realty Ll.) EVS323I. 


inr MM with rnaq 
I. payment and term*. 


•ervirea. write ,r pt>*ie Frarta Ne> 
ur Ctna JknKtrbm al Nanalmc 
Htak) Co Lul 17 Church ftireea. 
Nanamy. BC phtae 7S4J3 1 1. 

MAKE YOUR TRADE 
WITH OUR SPECIAL 
EXCHANGE SERVICE 

Pi'rhap* 
y.ur preaenl 
Bh-ai.d Ihl* li 


Phone GR S S 11 . 1 I. 


COMMEWXU. BLOCK 


FOOD MARKET 


7*341 GLADSTONE S ROOMS 
FI’ Lyall. * br.tii* 

K'' C'»*. i r#.m« 
lo 7 N Park X r>,dn» 

*171 Harriet. * rodn* 

E E Hcalh E3 Yale* 
>7 31113. lal 'CIS 


?; One prrwsi can ea-dy handle X 
\ Ihiv ini»im-x* which *hows X 
X ABOVE AVERAGE piuflla. X 
\ Vf •on* local on. Cuaiumei X 
X parking X 


It al’ITRS 
WILL TRADE 


Modem blork e,in*i*ling nf S «t.**« 
and pdcnlial revenue from high 
haiement. Caret inirfimem 
Sh-w»* exrept.-dmi.y high return* 
with net .if 13 P4I 

FI'Ll. PRICK ONLY tJl «*i 
Call GEORGE CHAN *, IVVC'I 
R. V. KV 3-941* N-jrlhw,e*ierfi Me- 
runlie* at Vicbana Ltd 


4 SUITE BLOCK 
FULLY FURNISHED 
ONLY $18,500-- TERMS 


In exc.-ikiunjl riinill lion 
Maaonry «--in*inicli,in, .1 
II, ri. new wlr'ng tail *eii- 
al 1 e mi >r*i. m-w , 1 1 hr:,i 
in:, aial all *u,te» are lur- 
nuhrd including a dc luxe 
7 -edbi-m «Uile fur uwn-r 
In mretaker All o:fen •- n- 
*'derrd. a'l Inqulnc* wi-l- 
rimed. Call H *1 dr M,«i 
I itny. EVd-323). Colony 
Realty Ltd. 


ta are rut *al.i>f:cd with 

‘ ‘ .or bime. 

ra*e may we ■ 
»u,;ge«! you lei u* exchange 11 for 
»,*j un t-imefring more tatie; 
whether y.air itrc*enl huxro*** .< 
(rune 1 * « HoU'l, Aharfm.-nl. Aube 
C-airl. Store or farm. C-mm,''. oil 
l*bi|iefly Mortgage Paper nr Equry 
In any Meg. aitywhprc. »f ran trade 

C ur equity un a Tiuamci*. larm nr 
roe We have many In oflcr y««i. 
For quick pit,Hvc *"1i..n o, n't' 
hexitale Ih gtir u* a call* 1 r*i cxn 
In' »ure »" have an exrfia,* -r tn 
-mi Pleuae |fe-- V Wllam. 

KVHBTi re*. KV4MB Financial 
Survey Lin 

TR.M1KR FRElfs BEST 
GROCERY S12M1M1 lumivei Bc«i 
nf rquipmrtit. taw down ret Pxiure* 
Caah for aiix-k. or trade for home 
nr g .«! n« 

EXCELLR 

trade nei 


t MVERSITY AREA 
I ruuni* plu* utility, dmible plumle 
I" 2 excellent leitta. near all 
- hnta* Available June 1 Reliable 
t, ro^nu. 113*1 GR74np5 

HI IINSIDK ROAD WKJ4T L' RKIF 
b*.ra luaiae Autiimalu- ml heal, 
full haaemenl Garden* llua ali.p 
ai done Adullc Available June lat 
*• <;r s-7Mi 


nnwal offfl. tin k-'rtien. htadiy ram 
lnlixaue* and pntio. ikiuhle garaji 
• !r. add In lh» en*e and Ji-wt u< 11'. 
Ing In Ihl* unr-.aamee him* Exi 
Dar Canute EV 17124 anjume 


Tlu* alunm ta.uk .mg a cunver- 
■ mi 1 * older 'hj> In l.qi nndi- 
11*1 -no main Imamu raqtared. 
4 mly 541 yard* from iie*/-#i in 
G.*ia*Ua. ui g ■*! rental area. Sen 
over He. Automatic heot. Low 
taxea Ttaal fipna* Ran veariv. 
mr*ime IJ.jn ExHuiave tawlt L. 
” ” FtarfWd 


Right next pi yuur high •iu»* 
"ver!.»iking Gorge Vnle golf cuurae 
tu*)n*,m*, cleidiir kitchen and 
dinette. Plum'ied for waaher and 
dryer. Calh to murtgag* .a- try your 
diwn payrrwnl Aakmg 17 7Si and 
term* Call s StrptlfM. EV3-7i*44 
D HAWKES LTD EV 4-112* 


I*AUNI)ROMAT 


R*r«R> 


DESPERATE LEAVING FY>H EU- 
r.pe 13 veara tad Living n*«* 
wdh flp.pl,i. •• 2 fled room*. el**irtg 
cabimd Kilrhen 4 piece twih, 3 i«h 
re.m* In fm.vhad b**emenl Auf.o 
ma'ic tal 'urnaee Mortgage ** 
CTM !*nnn 111901 Call .avnee 
*x GH S749X 


FIVE SUITES 
FL’I.I.Y Fl’HMSHED 

' 1 NCi i.MK *3.J'*i - . 

■real arileiiniainril auiu-i rented riTwualhm. _. ... 

-■"irty im,-uii*. Thi* well main- fine l'«hing Fully fumlvhed and 
revenue |,n.|* rty 1* Itralnl equipped Ready In open r»*v. owner 
nulr* Irom Jubilee Huapilal. rrllruig ami itl'en a give away prlre 

«mt. oil heal. An excedcnl. for .. 

»nle imealment. Term* Price. 

tis »n -- 

C H HOLLAND REAL ESTATE 
CM View EV 5-4*24 nr EV 47*50 

DOWNTOWN pi:q.DIXG 

E*t»*e ml*. *f pig Ikvbr te men j _ 

k» aied m heavy traffir area Fatly MifTEL 
renita) *1 *. . *.v| wi'h nark I'NfTb 

RM Half .-*«ii o •»-idle Dnla -m Ideal b 
Ih,. ex. 1 u. 0 e I •' ng by appanl- ,-gfee a 
meet tuily Mr HamlTbrn GKTI2H umu. 

Full Pri.T 1119.11*41. F N Caheldu ihl* an 


Thi* muld he y.«r hukinck* hk only 
$'7.:*'«' 3*1 morhine* doing * Ian 1 
• hu«me«*. 11 you il-»i't like 
w. 'h.r ix if Kirn .i.ipn-x IS.unn 
n .c C.i'l TED CHARTRES .1 
EV .vS74t N.iilhwv'lem Senultira tamed 
•d Vicl *ria Lid I few m 


GARDNER AGENCIES 
I- I’D. 

H09 Foi l Si reel 
KV M-MK 


WATERFRONT HOTEL FA MOL’S 
k«lg-*-*taldl*hcd name apd 
t. lU-nul ifui u*ndy he.ich. 


5HLU»4UJ4iM ill It'SK WALKING. 
d,<'»rv.-e bii iwn near 1 «:h->.|« 
Park*. 2 taw one* Rimi I'd! pro 
ra mih .TnS-IJM 


WK HAVE UP TO 
S5UU.UU0 

TO INVEST IN 
MORTGAGES 
AND AGREEMENTS 


OAK BAY MODERN 5Rtk>M SIDE 
by *lde duplex AuiomaBr he.it. 4 •-* 
r*je Meiatcrwm Rd Particular* ie 
Ri »0 Beach Drive 
2 nELMtlklM^lTt.-NtJAlJfW. UlL-O- 
maiir heal, near unnemliy Avail* 
able June t. *90 m mlh GR 7 3547 


Immediate !uile Believe me 
»hia I* a bigger bargain I ban vou 
TTlIhk. Full prlre rmlj H3.3i«l with 

115 dun down Cnnlart Ken CiufiOd _. 

now at Lenhaii Agcm-ie* Lid., hi 3kvinerlun. Stewart Clark Itad EXCELLENT DTPLEX in Fairfield 
Victoria C re went Nanaimo HC trade newer Inane 1 fn 4 bedrm* 

Nlghl phone 754 5414.-—-- I • *lh.4«l PrtvY *13.9M 

----BRENTWOOD PROPERTIES LTD SIX S1TTF.S and llturudd lymu- 

CENTRE OF TOWN 23 Flnl rla*« large gr-ccry corner Be lull ful gi-.and* R.,l water <kl 
- . • 1 ,ikJ I ir expanamn. wdh ad<lil|i.nal rcnlal* nei 190 heel Take lymie in trade 

• * rek.iuranl ur over Iln.UUli Pure Ikf.WAI ptua L-4RGK 5BEIKIM older home, 
v .. -h ,,-rei The »bxk tHiinj over I 1 MM**I per year. Sld.SW I2.i4«i down or tradeamaller 

» h p ten lal. m.ike* t'ldli-e *l»,p ,ind In.im huuar Ka* 'wthn-im* lir-ge ground* 
idc.xt nieilmi-n fnr the ■■Ic or rent, buay »pil. ' hcxde a»-h,.u and Ir*n*puri*llon 

e-nutai-d lA'dt.nal own Garage and lame al Hrenlwaud. SIDE BY-SIDE IR'Pf.FX. brau'lAil 
fume in .email, o By ap 8 *' *•!••* $11,140 1 cat Pm Ki-nta al fcld miatthlr 

tally. Mr Klenm,->n rr* Rrentw.^d Pix.urrlie* Ltd S3 u»i d-MTi-.c trade f.c l.ifa •*- land 
We»l x .»ni** Rd rope Texaco- NEWER Hi iME al *17 (4X1 and 55 0>9i 
ILL'S LTD ^V 4 hua GR 4-1141 Re*. GR 4 1735 c**d to trade-fta g.aM duplyx ur- 


OAK BAY 

WILMOT PLACE 

Tin* older l-.mn lnu*e in 
lent -rtiitum and 
f.r stikai IK 

•>. filumiirog 
C1.91 a ttvll 


APARTMENT BLOCK 


CNIVKHSlTY AREA 
4 BKDltnOMS 
sf’UT LEVEL 
MOVE ToMOBHOW 
FI LL PRICE tl< Non 
C\!4. F.. J HITLER EV 51JC 


If v.iu liave a mortgage or an 

agrvi-mcnl »n whk-n II«| are 

rt.iicrt.nj m vrhly payment* i-ul 
wal'd l.ke t-i udl tour ,-quby 
lor i.i« h idumr without delay!' 
Wc I ,-Jy m- ,r "age* and agrei - 
men:x Di'enna iipi'erv an>- 

whrro in Bri;.*h Cibum'.la Im- 

».ei|:V'- dl»4 Stadia givrn Wllh- 


g. r,an* 3 art* 
.nr! c<e«9ch' k-'- 
aw room la gc 
W Hxal - ** 

haanfmau , ami 'WvVt 
II A Smith- EV514IX 


ANGFORII NEW IHEIHbeiNr* 
aixe all m *tern rflimrncW! *73 
Us 0*1 GR<-—1 


YHT 11 HIA AVF. .Owner* oik In 
F-I land MI ST SEI.f. 1ht< • harming 
11 AK I3.\Y laingahm H-4 water 
h'-.'ii t'KGKNT Aaklnjr *12 9nn 
I . X. Rea"* EV >4 " * 

KV .' 4417b EV I !.x». 


BUNGALOW 

(Yenpa." **n «*,.x-a !■ 

cvea S!*r4f*aan<e * Nm V . 

furnace, iv-t... i:.-d i? .ear* ,*d 
Large hi! « »ci*rr. e-pw-atc tm' 
age Living rum wlih TirypUre. 

4 WW 10 aU «•! "*. Rewve phone Mr l', ACRES OF SECLUSION J 
lh »\T V." Hu* EV5-l*4k Rea. imdremia. ful! baarmenl. * year* 
Y air* f c <*tly *14.990 by. phoning 
"Armv' Arm*!nmg GR 93RK. 
GR *!**.' NaanoTi R ally Lid 


Itfi* IRM.IISTIIF.AM AVE 2 LED 
ixaihi*. nit hmata-r. ml ianfir Plbme 
GR 4-3557 

l.v'VFl.Y ONE-HEDRi a IM H 11 .ME 
*Xi >*V Pat liny Hwy Availably 
V jy 15 SM-wnS 


'.-I . CHILDREN > WEAR SHOP CLOSE 

*_j v , . ' ■ Laar, • Thi* ldi-fliable lni*ine»« 
ourt'enav mu » ! ''i.al Pa alnjkr n- 

I rv*1 p.-r» * 1 . Living arixanm-aiall'Ui 
included Krtu Hi pei m-atlh Full 
lUf-SIDE price Ihrluding *1 * k M*« Plena.' 
h*rnn re. ph.mr Mr Harmgtim af Gardner 
Ini «dh Agenciex Lid EV5144* 


VI. A APPROVED 
4-5 liedrm.m home wph aul.. 
•"i hrni. «e*9iie ton-ben 
•" *11) 91*1 L-a. Gtyn Road 

Hkdiaon. 4'.R 5ITJ5. 


KKIC CHAPMAN 
KV >.97115 

liedudin:' evenng* and 
weekend*, 

FAIRFIELD REALTY 


2 BEDROOM HOLSE l INFER 
nl*hed. *341. funuahfxl. * 1 , Older 
Couple EV 3-39*1 

LANGFVIRD ’"-BEDROOM, 
nlrlng *»' RV54L3T 

* ROOM Hcli'sl at 515 CORN 
wall Street. 17n 


revfn' k pitopcirnr-4 au 
- fMrtly fuinj*4w*t 4 ■ *ip«t* 2 

IDF *ti*xi l«- F 1X1.4 tree* 4e*al 
with ua Xhminlv nay ment 175 
•ran. *1*3.41 EV * ITifi 


CEDAR A5*E VfT TOLMIE 


UTILITY 

Y-auk t-e 

••Army" 

gr Mfe. 


IMMEDIATE CASH FOR MOLT ^. 

gxge I'din* yuick r-< ■ m. I'e , 
uiyment lo *ud Curml rale *4 ... .. -■ 

In'efuaL 1 a«x**a . -ur nnan.x«l *17 iu 132 FEET 
priduem with «ir m, < gag.- d- p« » " jrvi. . c 

«••-»• Mortgage* and agrremem* »ioiva. kgem*- 
purcha.cd , owner VJ-iiv'G. 

P R BHOWN A SONS LTU 

Serving Vic'orta fur Over fkiWNToWN BE. 

Half a Ceniury" Lxcellvtii elwnlvte 

• 42 F irt S>reef I’baw EV wMtt Vicl.eia-Pie**. H. 


OAK RAY DL'PLKX _ 

dUtaea lent* FA and *73 COIN-OP DMY-CLEANING AND 
arv • x '* r Park Term* ava.1- lawuk mat hunge m arw Cad- 

art P'-** >■ V Pi* e.,vm rente S.ro 

sue r!TY TRIPLEX htf Iteadlly inrreuafng v,4ume 1L 

»I.v tail triplex, cxi-ellenl I oral Min. jear* old Ideal t.s 7 _ ; _ ; _..J 

large ua >em Ibtr apartment ailr w U Will *a-nfVe With rxeelle..- 

ING Tom* ava • ■ • reap.fwlbte parij Chau- 

Ihd I-rod Marco! 3«c-.74|| (mum* irruiini invited. Call Mi 

l)i*a. MARCONI REALTY, tn View . Damgaard 477 3122 


(a*n kt.-c I'vfir** Resit> ■** Furt 
S' EV 54111 Eves. KV >470 or 
EV 4-iaaa. 

Rir'huiand and WILL TRADE’ EOt'fTY IN 3-BED- 5BEDROOM HOME WITH FOURTH 
W »>* —•—■■— ixaim quality home. In Edm irknn 1 P*«P rnrnpleted in ha»»metil fash 
D equity in home * i*r-aiertv ,« u*.jnurtgage $41**1. batata? Stilt a 
V, tala are* Whin* Pro** ftn: »,.«lb PIT Plu.* rurnpoa neun 


39M 8HKUVR RNE-1 BEDRIXIMS 
full '•xacmrre large fenced id 

>, • - . f Iron CR 14<fi 













I 


HOUIIS POR SALI 


WESTERN 
HOMES LTD. ‘ 

U ion STREET 

GONZALES RANCHER 
In-Laxt Accommodallun 

Luxfty ■!> ymt »M turn —-g- i 
low ft i Deta-mtaM L-atop* llvtng- 
dlnng roro. nmi kMmMi an) 




1st HOUStS FOR IAU 1)9 MOUS» POR SAU IS* HOU»S P6t SALI 


ISt HOUStS POR SALI ISO HOUStS POR SALI •» lit HOUStS PQR SALI ; ISO MOUSIS PCM SALI 


TOWN * COUNTRY. 
REALTY LTD. 

, .RD* u«ra< Mraa* 

RV2T.'7» 

“GORGEOUS GORGE” 
■ mu»t aec 


HAGXR k SWAYN’K LTD IIAGAR tk SWAYNE LTD i P. R BROWN & SONS 
SI* Yataa Bfrrel - EV«-«UU« »•« A 1 **' ‘■VfuMlI LTD. 

. Member of the Rrai Eiuu Board Mtoiwt of ta* Baal Kaiala Hear* Part Street EV 5-343b I 


dining ro«. room. kMw-ttr dad 

dimng am*. Washer and Dn« no “**! Jr T* * fr 

mala ftu*. Bftti - Mm *'"*■' , «■«'• ““ 

r.tarty United rm. alra TOC —ft hedruro. 4-pira* 

Varafy aak <VO-M brat Dr tn fhrvugh had a* aaln 
d>. aft Cnd ftimt. Briar I1T.MIL Tw **P> la * baaatilul 2 
Mr r.iHB, rv VOK !««.. 1 roout with pic Him wind 


FABULOUS SEA VIEW 
GEORGIA PARK TERR 
NEW AND BEAUTIFUL 
REASONABLE 
DOWN PAYMENT 


|» PT WATER FRONTAGE 
w« yard SAFE BEACH 

1 Crata* *M a> ifta Mrtna. Mm.. 

Jfi ^YVl— iTSfmZ?' 5* 

ariwr jss. w jrs»S?«5is 


batamam Tfta ou'alaa 


(VO-M Haai Hr'-ft am* flmtadh had a* ablray*-* lex*:. fuur-ttadroaaw 3-iftthna* am hi lari Sr^aou lVl -aw'tnini OO-M “*• Mr 


■IT ML I Two Ucpa In * baaatilul JlxlS llama draiftwd luai la a pritira ft dual h_, C*araiftr —i- - Bta 

l<», «* »*« pwHim window Tan ID aad cftam. and a (Sum I*' wo* a.lrndu wml v mrw.ru 
hadmiwM Mi plumtxag 9 "aw »•* UW "'ran-rw) lakat >*ta i «y*m«r *, lUjd ,„raldar ftra. tavn. 
mrnt hat extm rvuti asid workfhocL 1 [* ■ sudciuu* living ruoin wlin ^ .wkmi ■■» tn niM 

1 HwHI aif brick i toUng aorf ^ * 

Artln* price S18.TS0 Y,Zro *»•*» 

Cftl OLKIt-YS UAUUUW EV 2 -TZ»| also lr*n Ihe wLwiaJr dihing rromi CALL DON RtlHfclNJt 3(*44£&1 


r^aaldr Ml Inna a. ala “RICK IUt* 

.wlaimtaw >n V mrw.ru M" •*■«! ■■ atlrndanrr. KV JWI 
wrould caaldar .tlda tavne' 


and I hr all rtrcfnc rahmr* kllrhrd 
Powder mom. 4 very lara> hrd- 
: ruom*,, kwImc room. uQIH) Hieai 
■nl a Ui*r fully 'inUhrd !»rally 
; ri*m. iiio with a \ir« Put lhl« 


X-Hnur Tel. LtrrMue 


JUBILEE AREr\ 


" )oar MV IT WEK" llrt and > ATTRACTIVE BUNGALOW IJ ^rZllvd3kll.l.n, 
■mdcauw ft 111 I b idwmr J Naatftnui al EV HIM] a ' J MfST, *22^TfT JSrilT 


Idol !*•( tar MrdtaUig ftiml] 
Krnrrd kt HUH. high laraltiwi nrar 
Mayfair t’laft. Siilld rfaaa S-^«n 
Iwaaw wtUi hawnaal and alia-and 
gaiaet CuuM hr air* humr with a 
lima (ariaairy aurk Cnud trrma. 
Call QLEIKlk RADIWW awtlmr 
EV 2-7271 


OPEN TO OFFERS 


GORDON HEAD 
ASH ROAD 
3 BEDROOMS 
EXCELLENT 
LANDSCAPING 


1.NET Kojcmuc MTCHEX Pall 
Wfti wurtudMV Al in 
I ML HEAT Small *m. wrf |v 
■a landaaprd awrfta Lftr. 


lliw rdkUV A**tUl*{ price Jj„ n Juxn lahuafc. ISinaranawp’vtpwi M».3LR7 

_ * ~yzT,2.. Cfti auras HAUUUW KVt-tmiiw. Iran .hr Mt-irt, d.arnK nwn CALL IX>N RllHEINA. M«U1 

S70.00 MONTH and the all rtnrtnc raftnrl kllrhnt JLH.air Trt. ft-rMue 

„ INiwdrr mo m . 4 very laraw brd- 

£‘‘’ 1 * m ^' n fSTf^'Tr ~ - < * or ** 10 FRUIT TREES n *f n *-, •«<•'■« w™. uniwi n«-m 

Bo hammai* nt hMl 2 ftngronm* - * w “ »«! a lai*r fully iml«hrd (amity IITRII ye tin t 

(1 >nwll). Kail Prim *7.*Bn. Mi ONLY SN900 ;nm aim wfJi a tint Put this JUnlLtr. nKLA 

*rm*. EV 3-2U7. rvaa. EV VSAA >W MVRT WE Ikl! and ATTRACTIVE BUNGALOW 

. _ Wml **•« tar Hindaamg ftinilj id.wv j Haadanun at EV daKli , v ., 

V 1 -nrrd lot HlrTBl high latalnwt nrar ft) os nijll MUST BE SOLD 

"S1000 DOWN" uST'J^ZJSm 'STJS+Z OFFERS CONSIDERED 

"3 BEDROOMS” >»ag> hr am ho™ with GORDON HEAD U4W „ 

“OOM HEAT" c2T aiKtS Sun«£ ASH ROAld I TSS 

i^T^JdTT^i^Sa iiC^ EXCELLENT im>-* < -« d«md n.jai and cah 

SvT« ,,"3 ” jSi* T, opl:N TO OFFERS LANDSCAPING !-S-3 lii £S lc - M!!gy :?l juin 

Evmiw [VtlM rvaa. EV MR Twwvbrdroiim ftggftioar h> hr moved Tnii la on* af nui Horn! iWttaft 1-L HP-AT Kmaii <hft. *rg gar 

frusn Tuan i Otartry Sht-piwui Vvrw yaara -dd. in an rvrtfrn! *•»'> iam|ai»lsrd aarfta. LA* 
- I nina Par ■artmalarw caD ar*g <0 • lartw l*. hrwuiiftl land : »■» ‘ ■ ' r ‘' rn ’■ 

“UMVERSmr AREA" f ^ DKV Sr.4 JOHN BISHOP 

OAR BAY BORDER" &Tajfe,ft“5S EV Ml .DAY OR NITEl 

SECIJJDED ESTATE" FAMILY HOMES w.U» 2-pw tia»h Dui« +,s* n. 

‘■8 BEDROOMS" Tmad at drirtaa klda for aiilaa* Lnoh ^ Crdri rtw y r.>g irr jto wi«n 

BEDROOMS ftft^lhm ftw a, ^7mr “«-■ El BUY AN ISLAND 

ss safer • 8 ACRES 

2T £? KS L T ^"‘ C "* aM t*™ UNIVERSITY AREA WOODED, SANDY 

|E\C' rt lkadwaimg aft rortwe- i — ** TUltryai and far*' tU.ft OCEAN VIFW BEACH 

w" Im MiTnri Hlgd t on KUhudr and Goawwlh. tU.Sonj _ 

"lauaHUI tmr* add fftihM Thwrr *<*» MlUgn wr. lt*.S> 1/3 ACRE SEXUJSION jin mmulra Iwm htdnrv Till" tmir 

I* ala> aa rnvlkaat l imn patio : Aly a nw»d *»a 3-b rdroam hiaa- wllh . ^ ivur << nruvary lag h» tunigm fut 

and kurn n.h aul Iiadrrmiriai «H 1 high haattn.at and mndr, k ™ 7 ?? 

Awr.wm iwwailaa and Ihmagh hall wlft a haauldaf aiaw <d Mwaa Laha rniwC-n^JH ■ 

11 'ftl nwaa fcv" ta«i PR tadtl- UUr Pull prtrr Itlftn J™™ 1 .ri.. r.2L LL - LSLl IftHN BISHOP 

in huukiav. MINI irwdad |4am Call FEKA COLUMBIA EV3-T2n! «. ,,H! ,(***«.«««»! 

5!BS8e B^AkTSr 2S EV i<K “ ,luY * K,HT * 

t,r^n ro r j; ll. mnunn.m.. 1 Ihnaigl, fta1< Urm. RKC ROOM 

^7 93« SoVERDALf''aVE • -„ KA ^ OTW-cMt UUXURY post .v beam 
rn-.sid 3iiu.n?buUft3ir.d ma AVt SSTSM, ^ HIGH ROCKLAND 


356' WATERFRONT 
4 BEDROOMS 

1. Sunken living ruom with Crr-I 

2 . ^.'Uaiatr dimag nmm. 
g t* ill «■ m il rarycu 


OFFERS CONSIDERED if" JVwuumLv^^ioUhrti nunuu mom 
1 wllh litvvido* 

OftSWR HAS KET1KKO. »*» *«' »• In haw-mmi 

lor ftJi Spring Lov*t> Uiak-m . yr Boat riraxgf 

•■Ufgaftw «».■' afivrt. LAM* ' 2?* ,ft nJf* ^ ^ 

Lime R»«>M MUi BMftm Nr y m *j J *" 

c-wv dmag n*fti h«d CAH- ,h “ ftiury 


TW'hrUom ftaaftioar h> hr moved Tnii la on* af nui fine*! lUttnft ' -L HkaT Small 
trum Tuan * C> uatry Shopuuui Srvra yaara -dd. in an rsrrtlm! ■»' '• * ' l,n * , »P 
I ndia Par aarticBJan caB ar*g <0 • Iwm 1 *. hrauiiftl land ! »■« * M.-inr i»r 

Mi mt C ttlhDEN 41**1 U •‘■dpftd trmk and hark Khilj h> rd 

«|* palm IN 13 liv.ng room. 12 wl 2 JOHN Bl 


JOHN BISHOP 


FAMILY HOMES 


n5S£d' X T31tr;* , ^'iy Uh .^ ftS. EV44&31 «DAY OR NITE 


With :-pt* hath I>vU« ftn* 0 . . 


Taad «d dn«Mg klda tar anMa' Look Crft' ^ 1 * 1 ^ nvaf inxne wl*n 


UNIVERSITY AREA 
OCEAN VIEW 
1/3 ACRE SECLUSION 

* *mcutlv« who hut it thw w 


BUY AN ISLAND 
8 ACRES 

WOODED. SANDY 
BEACH 


$27,900 with trims 

B* 3K&44U Hr. 4Th-Md> 

Ml ILK KLSbKLL 


CORDOVA BAY” 

Two am of kArty mavirw po> 

« |D wilh aa older dnoowi home tn 
od (idldllKai. 3 Lgr bedruuma. . 
1b* LR with n>*idarr. UO-M heat, 
arganir Iftragr 

Askinc price J18.900 
TERMS 

KV A341S AL VICKERS CR 4 3ft 


» mmulra Imm Stdnr>. Tina Tgl* 

vur ■< nrutiarty tah ha Cuugm tin 


r* ala. aa rn-rlftat nan pallo Aiao a m*aara imram war witn M . . _ Ivur id oruiftly cam b* bwftM 

and huaa Itah port. Inaftrcomarlma mil high haartmM wnd »dr. k. «»** ^ ... llo ia 

Aar.rna iwwatloa and Ihmagli hall wlft a kaauldaM na> «d Haai Laha aJiar-n^JIS^ JKt t ■ 

I ivftg "*a fcv" why rp. Mil- Owl UUr Pull prtrr IILKC SKLL 3 hrl i.viiw- HI SHOP 

in bookiav. with lewdad g4aaa Call FERA COLOMBIA. EV 3-T3H J5JJ* I.2S.V . ™! wvvu* 

lss-ks aaE r, iaA«'Wr *rK: zs , evm “ ,1UY °" 


’.Hint walla, an atainftaiv of ma- 


J 4 ' aft lnlam .!**! and. 1 . „ vwm hr .. -cH m..l 

door in ewppar rtmrlr fan and , r . ... v 

1 —*d hand ndinarl i.ftdiag rwlna UI- .!??:^ *" h ” 

hu»ll-ii arhortlr lahtr nnattera. minrn* aadT'if^m-»i^ 

« ft' lJ" •*.'«> wm handl* 

Nataft halftruom Lftfttna lh?4 “* RALPH MtfM MB OTUOLK 
arr fjut myrr hrirma aad aaolhar 

*m Pem'huh* hafftmont Pull 

fttarairnl wilh aaadftn- loUrt anw HIGH QUADRA-VIEW 


$13 500 


IMM hand mdmrrt ughaiag *Ktna 

hudl-Jn arbor*la lahtr ruurtfm. ,~*T 

nra jarhaialor rh Thera ar* la* . 


SrrlwVd girdrti, OREKNItdrSF 
TKItKlKIC BI’Y AT *lL7gtt TlUa 
ML'ST UL SOLD 

JOHN RISHOP 

EV4UBU tDAY OR MTEi 


DE LUXE 

Srr Hub gtnaauag white aiding 
hungaluw hum .rnly Ifl yrara >*.. . 
Tarrtftr fh*ir plan Altai-had gar¬ 
age Lid aiir Mnul3B RaauliuUy 
lahdar-ngrd lawglrv Prior are* "I 1 
allghUy under 1.4AJ an fL 

PRICE $16,900 

MUST UK SOU) 

Phone Roy E HU la. EVS-M30. 


P*mhrM» halftCunt Lpaftjiu Ihert *** RALPH ftHTift MB OTUOLK MODERN, NEW 

ha arm r.,I wilh aardhar loUrt ftm«a HIGH QUADRA-VIEW COLWOOD COTTAGE 

m.T^ Z SL-'TST’^I nm ft. .«0wd t mftit u ft.. -rJLbU. u-t pi * lakck 

■<-" Oll-O-Maur hn, modem ,part«m. Jaft,K h-ene SSlft ^^ rffiSc WtSlK^s" 


HltlE LIVIMI ROOM with bra Mi 

ru Dan UM-mUag iwiard nnWarr ........ . ...„ 

ulna tn-atent ioixftm wph RM’ILT SWAN LAKE 

JIN APPLIANCES. Ufiblj mom dm . , „._ 

ift 'ran. and TURfcE IJkRCE **«»«' <» * hn .1 

'KKDKfXHU Daublr pfumtang. ? *t~* l<rt wilh many Dim Her. end 
•kadilr .wjftidl SBCLt'DKO I'ATIO hrr **° "'«nf 'un»*U Is* living 
!"hn taua-mial With ftare fur dm ,i van wilh tirrpfair. rah kiUhcn 
•a* rar lurda wl *h dining aiea. I pre faatli lull 

f- EM 000 haarmriB wilh rxfra ruom. 0-0 Jl 

r. •AJ.uou Aral, dr m garage 


ASKING $23,000 

A itrmdie* term. 


wqtrr healing Nme Claatrrl rtrr eoenpn.tng lift ag R Liviag room Jj ".JU CEILING WINDOWS 

hi wall* tank. Drive-la garwai alao ha. wallftpwall rarptt aiaftwan) I 

ej.riwrl S*w yard nsd. new aaarffed watt. Romaa Hr 11 IT pi are 1DKAL he RAT1RED 

aluminom rave, aad dfti aw pea Large -uadial wilh gftaa .IiiUHk- 


aluminam ravra aad daanawpra. Large ruadftl walk gftaa alidim; V L iD ^u-vini, (.,■ 1., . * , 
Newly redrea-atm Inal dr and mil A.v all Is mg Km ggaiiaui .nn 1 E A, r’Jp 1 ’’’ 1 ?*!*!** 1 ' A*^P t 

Tavn. ftaf >^ «er* cady ft4S» »g «« aad targ* nmd.ro tolrhea EgL* 11 *"* 4 -'~' —' 

ftT imTat im. " «* ^t- dw^ lSJt*Z£ZJT£S JOHN BISHOP 

~S -1 s?~~rJg spu?jsia"e firs iv "“ ■ u *’' u “ 

— “ aa nr aw-a? si attractive white 

$25-900 *ra*rd W bmr.a al rear SIDING 


JOHN BISHOP 

1LVH0U 'DAY OR .NRrHTl 

OAK BAY SOUTH HOW^^rtp 

3 BEDROOMS . * ,; ! . L ^ 7AR 

r 1 -i ow M. d.-rn 3-lrdnxim home only J 

*13,300 yram of age l*»l model rai In 

.., . . _ „ lovrlyr nftdilift la included |ur > 00 ; 

tnm ,.J2Er mftUmd T J* ST r '’ T ‘' r * tM Led aur *3\L» 

ta2!“cdSSTSft^i.^ ^ 

rtuding ml brat cuppa plumbuig Price $15,900 

^ ^ E «■“*• tvJM3S 

".,-n rvlra large rwtxnrl Irilrtim 

W.ft.laiftr aeuaiair dlnrng area All cTD.gDVDDV »/»» t- 

awi nay menu 1 -maiderrU Ptadw > tTtAn M.RRY V.\LE 
Jarh Hmadctma. KV 41631 nuw mtiNTBY 3TWKPUI- UV 


Asking price $16,500 

»Hlt 1 prn> 

KV yJUS AL VICKERS UR f 2J 


••DOWN SOUTH' 1 

tftK BAY" 

•■LOW TAXES" 

A (u*r 2-brdrnoat STTLCCO haagakm 
lornled u* 'fir of Ihr nicer reuden- 
lial area. wiUi a FVLL HIGH BASK 
VEST Wilh drive-ui garag-. PACK 
At IE OHM IJa alrftg Thia home 
hi. hara braanfally kepi bain ft 
ante and .ut ,vad bat a FL'LLY 
KM ED YARD wift frail tree* an 


Asking price $18,900 

wall Irma 

To view call B IAWLESS 
Rea EV.-BEUI Ufftc* BC 7.-7* 


ATTRACTIVE WHITE 
SIDING 

6-ROOM BUNGALOW 
OIL HOT W'ATER 
HEATING 


Prim $15,900 

Phmie Roy £ Mills. LVSM33 


h.‘; E hi^ V VICTORIA REALTY Yrnien. kHchm Tb*,a, aft 

&3 ySSHJH l 5 um,t,sd a was-ew® 

Britts 718 VVw st - ■rHM^ft2£«s22ar« 

L^i.nhi ZZZJL 9**m-9* 3 YIPS* up ... Ift «r*W 

pm# tn pirriMiii nuiRTRi up • *vg- ,ftM|g« %*.u - ma iirr 

rS , ^Xu ,1 Qr-icK iSSJ? reduced s^‘ 

*caw4. LANSDOWNE SLOPE L •». Ts 


OIL HOTWATER Z**£i -i..d^Ui rt.™ STRAWBERRY VALE 

HEATING J "* KVH631 au* COUNTRY ATMOSPHERE 

Hlualvd In a Very plcaaanf tvaaftn . _ __ « ,., n ~.pi V I nr* 

tml anw m Lak* ibu ia IM> mtaiv BEHIND UNIVERSITY 14 U UOi RTl-AND RD. 

ftle imaahlift which la ftanry aad .... , . r . t . OVER flXK ACRE 

| I'-mfuru.ile. I. anapad liviag wal ' »LJ-^4 jIL *.a qq-. 

^ 1 —>.=»• h n 

j nay panelled den Full hrdftt GRAND, RANC H STYLE humr. p.ua nn* newly lltiiklied rv»in. 


BEHIND UNIVERSITY 
VILLAGE 


«r i. Clovtr at 


3 nepa up '• i- ii.rc *>« Ca-ai 
Rift and |bf ■«>" a.II nauaftr 
*f*l naaaft* <*rma -a *iu trade 
be aatate prmari. m the Sagan 
anew Rv aftMi-enmi «al> A. S 
Pbwall. EV 4-uSK 


NESTLED IN THE 
TREES 

PRIVACY, VIEWS 
1 SUBDIVIDE 
EXTRA ACREAGE 


in Ihr baaemrnt. a Igrgc hrighi 
living r-.rfn »,th firrftiaie ill hard 
W :«|(1 Hi»in a large family sued 
• atnnrl kilrhrt with ut.lifv n«*n n 
13 * 3 >r rmrnknviar. fruii ireti and 
ta-mr*. Duar by and call 

LEX KNIGHT, EV >3435 


NEW-OLDER 

HOME 

SEE THIS NOW 
$1850 DOWN 
$8650 PRICE 

HEW WIRING 


NEW ROOF rail R O. .\e>. EV fdW . 

NEW EXTERIOR EV2H41 

SEW OIL<nMAT1C 
-rt.i*- 

Inlm.e- *laa«J A na SACRIFICE 

i»^r TMt it Om in i TtMMUoi." nurxrrti « i* * ,»,»./* 

iitt fi«» h>nFi«. Mun M Ufa OWNER LLAVING 


4 Ijoiifhtfm naen# im a 4Histiiful ‘‘ 
jnratlitfl. A wrU i^MUnaHod bimr 

Tnd h *t3m?u! Sft^XrThS THETIS LAKE AREA 

.*3 rt d^rrVftUr^d modern bungalow 

be bmftoani i ruaapw. nan »d $2,000 DOWN 

rvlra haihroeft Oawr havtitg 

iKuapil anol ter hmata-’llua nal ft A nra I m-H kept buapr aluatrd kt 
wdd a aua* mn*virtai m 'ft main 

Prior Baked *'f’ VY1 Fiai veturw aummafr . 1 U ftal- 

rmw. . — Jli « *T' ,, Uhl Drive i.v 33M M'.vr* B*J and 

riT n !? ^ r rf- i P L'7'“' Ph-nr TUT an .|.pcriumrat ^ m* 

EV ’-Mdi*' !it> ' EV4 " 4 * 1 * “ uu'a u^i D»* >»■ II I 7au. A. 


Ttie l-ivelv largr. are*ni*>i-<W,gne,l 

leer h.ta maw than rnirmal >*r HIGH fFDAR IfTI I 

vrnintrea piu. very evrepfriaial V r.LIAK II 1 U. 

EXOTIC rAKELLF-l) mmd »»!(« Move In and enjoy this popular dr 
Tan fi.vplaiwa -nar ut «»m‘ Haa sign 3 bedr-nm. hnu.r whi«h fryturi-* 
mat aland weeifhaag V ai mual a high, bright living naan wi'h 


$2,000 DOWN »*e .1 In aftpawaalr the wvt dmr large viry* wind oat* a vrporale dm- 

■m tayjae and gTvanda. and af ah- mg roan aft rTl 
A *^' l L tc *y bmpe ai uated kt „.iuh.|t w iddlgaDcn and ihea ><« e.ertrlc kitrhea T7w m-rounnirK 

• ' ■* • n « »■ ■•wjnt'-' -v., pHBMi ■ • »u| m-r> * 'mi* . >f Da* ->< n* |MtaB| . 

riki auVwnMF «»I 4 hr %«- N.ii mn thta. hu* Ihr puit^iur «KrMr 1 lvr nimniM Frw.ni k\i«h j*'.- 

uik Drlvt in 2 M R ind jyrtor *n hr frr*rh rwd*'** ' -*xi s. ». c Irwi - 

**"*",“ t r. - - ■.- • •“■ i"- SSfZ.'SLZ 


Ifu'aigh Lr»* a»»a •1.17ft. A u.'i.krd Haa. Full puiv-dwm prv 
Ik Iftwftk EV tcAN . wvn leema 


GORDON HEAD 
3-ROOM COTTAGE 


. wi'h leema 

sTJ.oon 

EUna afturei. EV *-«*! 


^.r^ufT^SS'lgnl rfftSSSi ; ,rt:r I* ACRES GOOD LAND 

kftftklMft -1 All ,n np-bft SSLTr-JSf.JUS Uvuv . U r.„ act 


i-uiif in re- feat mn ar. a The nirel* 
ireed lul .1 gUUVt All fhj» kir . nl) 
ttISfYl Tn v«t down |Mvrr—m 
C.ill Mr*. Jackie Kosirll. EVS-JLij- 
ur Gif *5*50 


rn.E FLOORS 

I.OCATF.D ON LARl.F, imt'BLE 


1650 DOWN 
$8450 PRICE 
$75 MONTH 
GOOD DISTRICT 


FAIRFIELD $10400 
CLOSE TO THE SEA 


I Brdroom old»e home fn C.tad end- T| r Ti^' d r oow * h *” batbmnm* 
dlt m and diitrLet Full baKmrnl T/ 11 ' ”*• i* ft nnriirft wp 


wilh C and W heal 

DRD r E BY 
DO NOT DISTURB 
TENANT 

1866 ALLENBY ST. 

C kUUv t EV3-3U7 Any lime 

DRIVE BY 
1150 FINLAYSON 
VACANT 

a • lit.* Vraum-pluwviBe Inrue •>> 

."I vegjti e 

n-fhl vrtih rvi-a ruom. Drive, n 
Ullage OI hea' au 2 Bedroomi. 


dlt nut Full haaemrnl. well kin. I 
■raped Tywilj -inverted In tw.* 
famfl* heme -» duplex Call Ham 


PuWF.IX EV4-4BSX 
AGENT 


WATERFRONT 
6BI-X>R(X3M 
CORDOVA BAY 
SANDY BEACH 


WATERFRONT 
TEN MILE I>01.\T 

. f 'nr ear hern expriaure nenprefv' 
1 wilh bwelv vwm Alyiut ttuvr 
quarerv nf gn arrr wilh tfad' 
: t- ach hum Weil kepi dami i 
bane wilh I bed maim, duui.ir 
(aumiting FJajtilv mainlamad ftup- 


l-ALLr EXTRA PLCMHIXC, 
PKICKD TY) SELL QCICKLY 

$13,500 

««« DOliN PAYMENT 
CALL R f. STfl.Eb KV &-M3J 
REN EV.-JIT 


OAK BAY 

fWVNER SAY.S SELL • 


Vincent FV ■ »L«j hr m tvtltii -•** NG IT -d exerltmi FAMILY rrt* thu I* ar- ••ppftunny Irg gmyf hYEVHDLlt ‘Tm»AY‘ 

•' •'T r™ tvMV, ‘ L-tMK LARGE living and dining r-uniag. >« iniurmafam aui CL* a**, t. - SCH.hhj. aixutKR 

rim wilh HLUHNG.ULASA Ik MRS appnmimmt* to view all MSEs AMI (HL-RCItF-i^^ 

CiALT u s V *“ >«- CONCIfKTK PAThL KMra, Mi H.mil'm. f.Tf 7 IbM Three tadn-dna Vtft a Ur... 

OAK HA I -ftrgi' ;-ai«wri bit■ hew wnth MAG U n 0 __ wftark mgS make 


2078 Ot'IMPFR >CT NIHCENT VIEWS Mm neftkfa.t 

, win Xfiiitiir,n »l: »>A 4-prr iu|y halo. 7 UEIF Ql rrvetvoon 

Beta » a ft.Uft hmftha ft R«'MS 1'P AND 1 HKf>Wk*Md * , _ . . 

aide fnr retired --'ud*# l\Ti ,i. M nn ka*re lewpt wvtlt twilLt-ui do»k« C ADHORO HAl 

walk to th* »a. T yeirt old. : hft- ? P" '-'ta. Wl'MC tK KM with l-r 

■WnSI 'Cftftti!: 

isrs «*®S , KS>®5 ssa zr&s- 


a fhuefh ladrien 

Smart ki'chen wng dmnu 
• lea. gi»*l living n«»m wiki na^ 
fhkira ajkl r,.;nr« flrepfaie 

Fuji b»ml flil-tt-Matic -itg. 


• an I -wddjm lull FlllJ pnw SM.9.10 

ft mi vrttfi e-n-w rum. Dnvr n fail Harold Ware^EV. HC or of 
gaiagr OI hea' air 2 Bedroomi. flee EV Mil«l 
LR ard DR 4-D*r hath. Oaaar ogr* 

»•» iltgkra an Down aay mem a* ta 

Trade 1 ur paper M ivw la now ____ - 

C Malle:t EVS-HS7 Anyiune 


Tftbft -yft -one with .ItnhUie* ft 

FI HN Venn mewv lawn* % era LH and ftretSfti f.ftw: >jt( din.ng TliY AN itFFFlt Of til .0 

hew ftt. ex*ra. Ram arrm. h. ^ T ™. .*■?» ^ - WITII k. .... r. ftN VNI' I 

• HEA'TIFt l. AANt-V IlKACH and ’* hi iuiltru.b--.| AT „ rMW , t -ITAI lT 

,ar »an hft bftaxjft A mftbft ' \ " l"'' . ■'*«' V- ' ■ ‘jiff 


ASKING $28 400 
MUST SELL 


Rcuert MoAdam* 
time- 


: PRIo“ AMl'i^U 

A'iitt twlhrm Full i-fnMpft. MV NTS Of'Lni v ,< ^T MLY l>AV 
<*■• al u.| HA hrtflng G'TVlj 1 : -' lf -.NTs OF ONLY *■-' 

~\X2 RedU'Si Jlirti In gtgjiai ERIC A MACFAIIVFV 
Terme Uuw davn iwlamc la ft , , M M AL p A17Y FnV 

airangi-d 'Al TrL St-Tvire 


SPLIT LEVEL 
6 YEARS OLD 


RITHET 

CONSOLIDATED 

UMITED 


i Very aftnaruve living Pawn with I 1 c ' rt '- rj O-Sff V 1 l: 
(irepftre. large brlghl fieriru hit 3 FIREPLACES 

rheev 1 hedroaon. 4 pr vanlly -hath. j 
lull heal, very affraeflve family mnm I A " “•bx 1 »**ne. OVER i.ft 1 


SOUTH OAK FAY 
PEACE AND QUIET 
3 FIREPLACES 


WHAT ARE YOf 

RICHARDSON STREET I W "tiivp nSr?* 111 
MODERN BUNGALOW L 

I There > a line, big kennel and run 
Aril Quill hrane with t" akaprd In thr lawk ,d |h u vm fug | WH 
I h*.ng-dinlng n»'m Allrartive kll- b"ilr**en fullaue ftftmen- tame 
1 -h.n wh -'\hau0 fan and fluori-a SLTI'ATF.lt Tk SOLTH 11 AK liAY 


Wilh coavenimllv Incited bar quirt ] ""W" 1 * » >»*»•■ 'W’fty •« a d.-ail cpn' lighting 1 '-edr-onw plua rloae In bua. wTe«y aft -.hftping 
itTeel. Full prlce^ «J WK 1 . • >d HPeef ELEGANT nft GKA- n.-dmaw in full lugh waemehl and ,* a quiet at reel. 


ONLY MdkJU 

1\ VIC WF.ST 


r*en Tlla'R HRAMS WAI.I.IU g.irden with patln ant tree* ,. . 1/' 

WALL 1 CARPETS, tael oilh KIRK-" tiTGai ‘ “ W HR’DGEr. at EV MM» 

PLACES. 7 la.-ge l-xtam. ’ U,\TH- „ , , 


•treet. Full pure. «!.*». • « "ireef KLKGANT nft fIRA- octirryah in fun him mar .... 

t«' net 78g Fuel Sireet flol'S in late livthg and iluting 1 Vnnity bnihnkun l.u-g.- fi-nned bi'-k 

Mr, ftp MilNTIi ri»>m TIlaiR REAMS . \4ALL-Tt>- g-irdrn with patln anl tyre* 

WHY PAY RENT I WALL* CARPETS, be t -nh KIRK Cl 

ONI Y UhRUII _ , "V , PLACES. 2 talgr Iwftama ’HATH- n . , 

is.xi .,1 Clr *e In all fanlltira. largr l|vmc R\4S ( MAHMl Vi O «Y nv\ B - J - 1-r‘eflnn re* > V . 

IV VIC WF.ST n»*n vvmt rirrplate equally large w.tV' f rvpkve -ft l.wikd-iwned Exrtu* *e l. rUng 

f ra fka»: >■*ml home in gmd mn- “‘‘ n / '•■“•ly-kue kitrhem 3. Could he bnnke*.r MODERN CAR rf< *•■ 

•If 1.0 l-trougl-.mil. u Hk-al f. - re *• •"’dfranx. all on one floor I-Njll eftn. Partial -*ml. NEW PEG. • 

•ired* Oak fill, kit oil range heal* "•’"•’T 1 '" ' _ , HEATING !MT WIRI3K. and GORDON’ HEAD 

h .1 Unlri -aval' g*nl~n. .-neap Itart Gentle*. Rr« SMutdiN m...- I'pPCKk IS.'MIiV A*k , 1C .- . r rt Tin- ca-v 

r *,h .Near bu> aft kt.aea Make Dtcme Aaeft ie* Lid.. *0-4312 « l w»> .-..I Nn LlAJSr. IU Rlt .Sfc-A 


ROSE-COVERED 

COTTAGE 


•ired* Oak flit. kit. oil range heal* 
h-il Wn'ei -aval' garden, eheap 
favea Vear bu> and kt.en Make 
an nrin Vendor not well and la 
anxious to art! 

Ph-ei* Mr* Mone-. EV :-mi. 
EV*SI« 

CITY RESIDENTIAL 

T7.iv ui-' aluceit home o’ 3 tdOma 


mrw'.H CiPPKK 7*4-1 Ml,IN* 

mg ti« *n wtan r«d mg 

DRIVE - SYS Hubert M' Adam* 


TTu-ee irtdroom* 


BY WILDER 
I Ail ST. FKAXCU WOOO 


SPARKLING WHITE 


• A J23T ?‘ZZ'I ,< Z T 2^'Ja FAIRFIELD BUNGALOW 


CLOSE TO THE SEA * • “*•' . 

I- * "• *f*m. n .. if . 1 . 

Tine XIV n»im home rf aupsrior «nn-|1hree yewn old. Ye*, autre, M-jfher 
attucl -in. almoat new hieely I-. aift Ju*f whaf v«ai are l.aking i.ir and 
tn provide privacy Thace 11 dnuft-1 pru-ed t» mil ( t 
plumbing .n the m.ua fliax umh Jll.fagt 

ve-y 2 .*1 plan and eft.-Hent tail-.I'M teil v.*j all alnui It juat give 
r -en The full high ha-rnarnf ha* a 1 nae * tall 


T:; Zu Tl-.-'T^TZ •sssrfjs: rrr pkak of pkrfhction s 

. aIrjnvn.C 0 .ro hill mrlft '*** •* *« kp >. n,,l ! h .. ... di 


aiding, idd brine and leaded win- An 1MMACI 
dow. Tv* , la.-f* t» ut lantr—nri and •- '«* r.XCI 


An IM MAC I LATE l&vr-obl S-rm 

f» W FXIT.PTlnXALLY CLK.V V 


*" - fimahft rtitnlw* "Ohin with 
and Baft MB*.» "«tft*d 
in t*• r uddiiggial pumbinj Reparat 
diaJhb- 1 arpurt aixxl « per r«-nl 
■ ■ -agi a- .nabl. - raanngllle Ux 
9|L 

mu 1*7110 sis.rmo 

T " _ ' » ■» call 1 Mr.._Hamilton 


!* N -idlin' ti'Ufi dunn 10 ] 'n«k panelled dm or pws.Dle 'lurd iillTOI’flllUCX Lmeiy living rm. " WATrJtr RONT 

Am m w- m.fth 'nil Kdw C ''Cflrm*. Tw.i full luaun'fta haft- "-'h glewnvng ,mk lk.ro. and uni* HtH 1 m 0 SlS.ntM) 9-ROOM Tl DOR 

Clan. KVJ-CISI EV.'xiSA ■'unken hvmg mom umh -n- f.nulu'*- The large ew.uitet ftr iib». Tf, v aw call , Mr,._JUnullon .. , 

< 1 .;ret Igflt'.ns Jl ft. retreut ..0 ■ ' .-antv area viift VIEW* Git 7 i • 'I BUNGALOW 

Ml- n’lUKIV Man* »iUi!i*.rwL Tupfinn 4 F*v ou* Uttrm* ! ^ ttM<l , .. 

METCHOSIN ,«■«, xml h vd Gariiuraicr ■?* a GIGANTIC WMULE J 1 *-' 

«1PA V7VX4' vaail-.ro launrtrv r, 0 m a.I. (LOHtT H(« lamt. auiomaC. nil .. ,hr nn, l '■« e» lr.nr 

Mr. A Yir.w ,r*i^Ke“Tr i Exft?meea,e .< heat, and a proper 1 H 1 ) REDIIM-I-"«'*> « ' '■*«*“• M^ftt* 

• - ic cleared |.d with unfiiuancd mamletianoe ot properly and home !, m nvejwighl vtaftira. Duveln “:“?r np^T,. th lTJ**t' < .j?* 1 '- OI , 1 - fl 

Tnrr ^itely ‘"immacvlatk' 1 Condi- Mmiiral Trust C'lvmpaiiy 7 l ftUj-nl^KrU 4 . X ’y,J iVi' 

ham. bull in Her. nven and range, ft-t TO Phoift TV 3 W Cftft for r '™ ax thr Rirok .d .GJhral- 1(V--7 Kr.rt «f The garden of about P* acre, will 

brick fireplace gwamfy ft fim.h.nz J <2* aft ^ I roT%m . . . 1 • *" ».«*•• - »■ » ^° rt * St ‘ l -’^f '« ftaftvfth ftlem ft-luxi.fl 

malerialx. private wx»rr uipplv ^ ’ p m »-* -m,, TVagh .. I’.'rtlon ft property i-ogld la- ml. 


». W HRIDGKS KVYJtlj. 

I PLANDS— 

W ATERFRC1NT 
9-ROOM Tl DOR 
BUNGALOW 

Magninc nt m-wa L.i (J-ilb-ir .i lu- 
■ he clamp nmi yacht Pace* Irvin 
It curly all window* ft Ihu auacioua 
h-unr. Lnrgc through hall. I.R, 
-lul*. DR 15x14. den 14x10 4 llllv 


malcnal*. private wi'rf uipplt 
Tils* h.xne la fully .naukited Oaawrt a 
l'l health reaa *0 fft arluv A-kmg 
t7 bn in i]>->l Iron* Call Ed* 
C nark, IX!«5I XV!45« 


DESPERATE 
MUST BE SOLD 
SEVEN YEARS OLD 


iwn* Imm* TVugli auapb- Ift 

_:---! LAWNS. FLOWERS ant TREKS 

I make a h-at*iful • "'-e. 1 'tuquely 
make a beautiful «e--.nt I'nwuHy 
TVIV'T UI jc 'TUtq -and rch ASll. 1 ERV NEAR H- >L 
L4VJ.X 1 MI.NS irilD I.VV.IXIU PARK HI S ar.l SHOP- 
Enjoy the rural glmoapbevr wilh PIWL I’ERFECT KKTIHKMENT 
the laanterBtlp ft tbla Imprenaive A-SMIVG C1*>QfYI 

'■ atucci home Orly a few mlnul.-a A.->yvi.Nv *ig,:wai 

Imm rily i-enlrv. II haa ■ aparkni* I Rolwrt McArtam* KVHM am 
living n*«n. modern kitchen, full ume 
high haaemrnl witty drlve-ln garage, 
clear Utlr un aewer and hua line 


TILLICUM AND 
CRAIGFLOWER 

M.alern hum* taring golf mw 
-*'|- larv* Gorge Park Living 
•*n 1 -aMort kll'"aft Cpaai l«uh -1 
• »n 'rroiugli hall J Uxlnnmi 
T . pr-^erly ha* a comnlcle legal 
• i •• pi tft tmaonaai The bmue. 
- -a exiwllani uavbti-ai onn 

NORTH DOUGLAS 
A (Kxn> START FOR A 
YOUNG couple 


f-irtlun ft property could hr aold 
w.thftil ^etracifna fnim charm and 
privacy Price u fair. 

Plcaar call Mr Hftm*. EVd-KW. 


•■Sell a nay 'n-rve u.ro. fren the ' TEN MILE POINT NORTH IXM l 

Tl DOR ROAD A (KXJI) START 

ir IT, T “" vali J.im Ltd lei .1 EV F 47 G ig « RikfMS. MoUKKN AM) WITH YOUNG COU 

b- 01 - .kl heat pieture wwdnw KV im anyllwn G«u “.- n GRACbd Sal.IV „ . 

mins t.a.m and dining room. Low N.rihwrateni Securltie* ft Vidua I.VG IN A HEAl'TIKl't. rrw Cniv ' '* * -•" ** 1 : ‘7» 
dmvn payment L|d • ' SETTING HRKAkFAST ‘kN Yof H ** ".{‘‘V .‘.« vl>u ‘ 

• —— --— - «"WN SEO.VfW.D PATIn JN THE -- 

FULL PRICE $10,200 o ,T % E£™V?w-ro-,,, . ' THIA M A HOME NUT a Js;* ^ Halaiux- open l>i .atcra 


LT'IJ PRICK SlO'hdl NEAR FI (KT ST MN 7 

f LLL FIULL » 1 U,-W sl !T RETIRED Cnfl'Lt HtUSE 

. „ (oay living room and dining nun . 

tall Mo V R.iucrlx h'«* KV .-Nil? ronib.ned < Vanrd ceiling-' bngh' *• 

or EV2-IS*. Newilrad Really Ltd. Minay kllchen and 7 hrttrvxdn*. i* 

Ravennrtil Bla. kloft drive and iTa 
r ~ -Vf-T T- ^ r il"' ,,,lr t>* n pore . 01 - 


rtinn'lT^a'l ,flG » SEA VIEW | 
ft The kouar LOCATION I 

Mti'.i *M onn 

*o Sl|o.atrtl -m Ihc ESQl'I.MALT BOR 
'l iiLAS I>rR this tafia jikibc ^4*w huih»* <Iof» 

IT FOR A 'ft’l U ‘ U< 
)UPLE -*7».h"mi living room with ftreikc* 

- tn-autllful <-uli In*' kiichim 
lie tone <w 5 — tan My ftth m ul'ra-rn.*lcrn dec-ir 
«L,0 .« alaag full laue.iietu utih Ttrlxw-'.n gai-age 
•ta'ag- etc lain* surtny »undr* k 
open hi -alar* hard**-.kxf flwrr* Ihrougnoui 


• ,,, --■- rtizc. near titlr caan pnre-imlv 

^Icroi™ *7 500- Term* could he arranged 

EV 4-WB7 anytime S. Hargrave I 
Beayjiifuily high kxaoor amraig Realkir * 

evergreen aft trull uaaa a mud- --- 

em Vliednwm home, mahogany mmr .'BEDROOM El'NGALDW 
H-nrtled LH. ralwf FP. a*p OR t 0 Jae Hill Dxihte lot egcellent fur 
With a undark, egh kit, bunded tan. landaewping Ua» dnwn paymeti'. 
and knulty gtne juxjk 3 iwdrma a IvH 1 AH off era rnnaidaeed Phone) 
main n»». 3 and ftthern tn lagni. GR MkM7. 

IRI H\v heat Fall orroe II* 7n* -iMUmiiTr nnaanatm 

»|<«I bam. To viroa call raanet _ T'/'FDiATF POBSESSION 
tc\' J-MT 4 “ # ** 13W-anuar*-fi0l three hedr-mn 

- ______-- home full i*aement. many cxlfa*. 

BV OWNER FULLY Fl'RNLSHED Italy *400 d an 
4 1 -a.m *toi.-.i hunga.nw. J *xi r * HroGird Mltrflrll KV X-I7ta 
rra.m* in full, do baaenwnl. Ph Duugla* Hawkca LU EV 4-717* 
GR ■ 3C7 _ Amro—* , - _ - — 

7*1* PEMBROKE ST - 5 RUOMsi. i nx« home in Rockland f gn - -j 
U«-mitii Laig* luL |b 330 caitL: perb w-a new 4 101 a .ft ji_ 
EV -4/TH- - . 1 ftUwoucna. EV J-3UJB 


HAULTAIN AND 
CEDAR HILL 


, ,vivc- U...U . Huihter *aya >*ll immediate!v «nd 

SKVS;,,. hai;^*.^ and aiffasyjrsr^ 

4 Pf-i- iiVtuhu.,u CEDAR HILL .or inHee Call John Waltoc. . 

biV’rVVfiTu't^^TcSFN 9-nvcnicnt to Everjlhing g^UA* GK, '’ k,7 

1-1'Ll, n(NCR 1-rr haw:- rumra* meim 

MKVT HOT WATER HOT. ^ fibmftd. l>«Ue gnri( 4 ^ ni«,j__ 

1 NU EI.EfTRIC DOMESTIC *" ^ GoJUX>.N HEAD ^ 

’■CAit DRIVE-IX GARAGE an «,« f! *! Wft fauyt .Ihree-bedn-.m 0 JN 11 

LARUE W"KK.-»Ho|> AND rnnrher -0 large Ift Cliilty wired 

- PCI ftATIIIIUN • f-.aaa*- GoLaad lor vaaaher mj.1 rtnc CarpoM I 

a real nni„ .MATI-RE !M. 0 iw> iwymmu »:jn pit f»i 

LAN WCAI'KD LOT JUL SHORT .I.ppla In new Weave call XJ> 

IsC J-OOT J*¥- 'STAGE. ut-.i LVTATP Vuien. J* 35M nftyilm,- Bf Land 

e.nqnn KP.Ala r.S 1AI r. * i^un,^ Agmro Lid *£1 4*-v ' 

SU ' 3n0 DEPARTMENT a.iamenl St. VWL..U. _ 

VLL DON ROBBINS 386-2111 383*321 clear title 3 bedroom bi n 

EV i 1)331 guww. lw ,q n *nh »m«..; 

_____ »Y UlOLDER rWOHOOHS I . XL ^ 

-----baUi trn graft. Ilf.Sn GR 7-372} EV 3 -YIk dm Exquimalf RU. I 


$19,900 

CALL DON ROBBINS 
EV 1 0331 


NORTHWESTERN 

O 

R S of Victoria 

T E Ltd: 


EVS6741 


NORTHWESTERN 

O 

R S ol Victor ia 
T E , Ltd. 

H C 

W U 909 

F. R GOV’T 

S I ST. 


EV&6741 


"REST HOMES” •OAKL4NDS" 

tvi.phftfti, wall-run bane. 4 

LICENSED FOR n Uvely .ftr-“ 

waa near •'a^VUHy egulpvag ^ pantll*d In a 

H^E ,h ‘iar.? nD ^? Xl bl^ ftta 

tawSUtiiPN • am r,ty • nd 

GUKSTV Can be DOUBLED WOOD 


KER * STEPHENSON 
LIMITED 

•l 1 Uroughkoo ikiaat 
KV EMU Day or Night 


TOP VALUE HERE 
$9,950 

Mr u UalkAo m gtlgndmw 
v F14ta IVUHl 


Satin tEotmtiat v 33 

Irnmkm. tkm, 1», 1—4 ^ 

1 $• MOUSIS KM SAU 


BYRON PRICK 
13H QUADRA 

VICTORIA. B.C. 


2,RMS- 2 ACRES 
AND SECLUSION 


| "SOUTHERN COLONIAL 1 * 
ACRES NEW N.H.A 

U3JON IMMBDIATE PURaEKftU.N 

" 1 A ftautltul new heme is taa 

I b*dmi T» ft. (Mi, 00 j dftnga. Large. UL ga aril mg 


LICENSED FY»R n leivelv 

u<a near aea kMHy egulpgft 

ALta i 

K-rluavr bravciiuly furmahed 
GUEST ROME near park 
*t«ni Ml VITO REVENUE J 
III MTV Can be DOUBLED 


| C* : dm * h^nn ta fi ,x,i,« 0 j dftnga. Large Ui. gawlimg 

Idnltad well udtb prewiUR eyaaem ^ ruegUc*. aeparale DR Ttuy 
*T. . u *** l T r ^ R ® r * 1 IUOCP «ai k tchm with d-nellt. * 

land. W*af, Saaftrh wn ana mre-iiae bedroom* 3 batfrooani of 

$G0UU which ftK- ie till Lha nuartri bed- 

rvawt Fad ti e m eft tatib nuupwa 
Hr* MrKragr EV a-Sttl Mini area. Fall price ll« «g 

with C.lta taea Ptaaa V. Wogga 
, EVF^HB pr OHM* 


fi iR INFORMATION ftt 'hear b exceplkigaiiy fair value her*. 
:• city hnmec CAL HHS SIMP Ihtftle MR. JAMES, KV Mil, 
SON. KVW741 anyllgie KV 347-7 


•OAK BAY” 
TRANSFERRED 


Thw 4-bedr.ami byearft. liT D«" 

medom lamil) taiinr. large U£F lm,, The big au.pl. 
dining room. 3PN13 throw* I mot pattren i< wm 

f.xnn wilh tu-epla.-e double Il-Hl am! « th* rvwi 

plumbing end atluaird •* park Th. Abed room borne ■ 

Uke TERMS AVAIL- tkvighlita A mrg buy at 

Puli Pi-ip* t/tavi $9,500 witft terms 

.. IlKV Mr ARTHUR, 4T744M or 


."HIGH VIEW” 

n* bfgg aa ta Laden with the 

., fresh imeil ft the n«ms aft 

W- i he salt tang ft aaa r bi Pm 
■ r tage Inlet Thr big maple 


SPECIALS 

Im-iqa-niiyr 3-bedroom homra 
1. ST PATRICK STREET flw 
Ui aea. eloret and echoug Bui to 

far Ccmptalely raguimgad Xo 
ttrpa 

$12,600 


JAMES R\Y . 
REVENUE 

betid wad-kep i buildg«. Hfta *g 
Parliaiwefll Batldiaga. Two ftle 
n a t a l gam «w t— .«•»>tr ■•-* 


i -,*" 14 * 11 00)1 U L taaeUrnl «alue t<=wrtj 'n Mgb nae atM Lft ta 
Elderly ownn wfabra to move Info 7hK3M the a -H 0"- 1 x Wee »gk 
a pa Mm eft. SotbtOg ta 4o her* Mil r—aau. ft- the ftwaea' Aa h>- 
m '' le *" . , vedortl anportaedfy A(k>nc nftg 

$9950 ID.OQa Doam payment ta.rtd C| 0 > 

i« ,mew —___ . __ tact X. Enefter EV frgSJO. 


Full Piter $23,950 


CaU JOHN NEFF. KV 3K74L EV SdT41 aj.yl.me! 


a (TTY agMlnaly itaaa aad a' 

traciiwe Mir* garden with that 
11 reel. Try yaw down pa y a ai ft 

$8950 


loformnuon aa tba 
n lawe e call 

LMU Mr. O Halioran 
Any lima EV A4WH 


F»r lui bar 
an**e llaljei» 
'Mi Speed EV 
|GM A33U 


•3 BEDROOMS 
PLUS 

IN-LAW SUITE ’ 


■tK)RGE” 


1VJ AU' WIfITF' * ** '** d-mn Tlua J bedncrti 

4 . *f(rtn . in". rlucrtj hung-ilnw la 'ally 4'. 

. -raft old* aft la In beautifui 

Silualod amnngat llye uaki aft and apftleaa i-ftditaa Large. 
■« a quirt «Uv*L close to | 0 rh, .-omlortabLc Qvaig ro.au with 
arh'ioU imd Irafanautatiua. . 0 k noon. Lovrlv taraily idac- 
(her l«aO *q It on main floor irk- cabinat kHitaen. Close'to 
aft lov.lv apailnu. 4 Patm achaft, baa and dure* 
suite on grwmd «vel. JTua ij* 11 || p r i,_, nn i. as brui 
hamr la only 12 yrara old aad | “ ll 

I* in immaculate condlhon GRAVES, Ev SgJdi or 

tlwoaighout FV 2 -loU. 

Liffiibl ExcJuwively 

for $22,900 RETIREMENT 

Please . all C I. A R* BEL- ur) vtP" 

CHKM. KVMT4I ,,uwt 


MOST CONVENIENT 
RETIREMENT HOME 


4 BEDRMS 2 BATHRMS 

Designed by 
John Di Castn, MRAIC 
*2700 DOWN 

1 Itaeva uhi la fbe baat 4 -uedrmra 
bamr lor the aaoary nft will Lad 
in Victoria Designed by Vlriorft a 
beat aiolui.s: with a high Uordow 

Head - * *m and a aanorunud 
view w ts a large pgrb »wh ml 


i\c.iaivc. 0 bu* t nvnac H*ao . .... and a pa noranud 

SK& "^‘neir^iS g 


ut.e in guud arm I 

*“'* ^ - liirolaee, diM^ era wllb tbi 

$10,800 same view aa Ih* Heine nnav ort- 

. gw.,,. 11 s,,, 1 .ui vate aft inlarcrting entrance lull 

(e »0 mrma u herded b**emem with ram ft- room area. 

| Mr Frttnn E\ 3-3411 Ilia per nacaith PIT XMA murigapr. 

No secondary lininnng Call am, 
Byroa Prke IV Fib. 

DREAM HOUSE - 


JUBILEE AREA 


TOP O THE HILL COMPARE 

"Tr OSSgl T: IZfJSt BEFORE YOU BUY 


"SIDE BY SIDE ’ Tina evrWIrot J-brdrraun base 
off ICCD nr PI FY lineal, rvtirsfttent burnt ie im- 
•'O l ln - ” L,fc ' macuiale thnafthnul dtuated 
, _ <41 a amali aaiy-lnvar-lni lot. 

Juat « yearn old Twu Iwdnaiiro , 4 ,.*. a || .-.mvemenrea ftt 

.0 (fth sidr. Large living Ike OAK BAY BORDER 
r...m rterlra- kiti'hea Utility rF.KNLN AVAILAHLK 
n‘«u. Rep OilDMulu fur Pull Prire >7 W 

iv Urge Aval.- rarpftl f U1 * Hr, .f* 57 ? * S ' 

C.in la- dear f.tle. Novel ftt CaU JOHN NKKF. EV 34T4L 
tnet ket ta fore 

Full Price $19 500 . 

Ik'HI.-s AUAJd.-s. KVu«74t or •> » IJLJJ 

EV a *t». 

but rhurmin* ton. ind ih# 
jjki uMi (Mwr han m«wrd' 

"PERFECT MOTHER- KTft 

IN-LAW hasenten? Haa a modem eler- 

tn. kilrhert aft It a ao im- 

Rd.tr. that ie -umntata-d wt-h 

K.-nura-ir and muiy other JlOfal 

e\|r»_- IH-ugned and nuilt bi Term* from •!<» *»vn I7« 


• atjle cottage h .et m a pv-tuieaque 1 

garden of lawn* ibruba and amali Cbu luu afford la ftv a • . ora 
oaki with PANORAMIC VIEW Sput- hand huuae aad get sa much itag 
lea* rendition Inalde and out. Large (or >otlr moneyT 

■ tn with Bi ft to ro and W W *•„___ - 

aaraaFJUrtas fcrvCSiiSSS 

: n-ft.au* had room, aft madam ^ 

iM-hroom btartnaed aiaira la 3 .mail , 

room*. OH furaaca If yoa are kwk- -3"*-* l mofilhl.' rwymenla- |3»» la 
me I e a email, i hsrmint hoea* *•-“ P*r *1 TO at pee motub. w 0 
samritaag dlffereaL you taiaat axe c "*“ l ^ la'ereat 
Ihje. B-Iter Homes—Xo alarm Leo***— 

Excellenl Terms ? end I hathroaraa I. f *wd I bag. 

•* . room*. . 

$1u, 930 Hrnnaa Medallioa Standards 


Excellenl Terms ; end i bathroom, i i .di rag. 

$1u, 930 Hraue Medallioa Standards 

! EV 3-3411 Mr. Fait EV 3433d Fneroatly Village WJer. -Cuuntfll 
Club. 2 poula. laada-ara- asatafaMd 


"PERFECT MOTHER- 
IN-LAW 


and the I-ft bugamg imeautteaf la 

$1000 REDUCTION lhr e-> 

1015 PFNTWF1 FW Cb “**" "“ e ' mn » “» 

11 fT.NTKU.CW i MlumL ian 4 and beam wdd 
VIEW BY APTOIXTMKNT ONLY leael 
Thu Vr-.iort Ininggiuw -over l.auO taBddd DOWN tlt.V710d 

? p -tt eurrounded by kyvrt* 4 badnxaaa 1 TObfuamv bauoaeaL 
hi.m** With ornamental I rent aft rampua nafti area 
I Stately aka and la walking dta- *1.273 DOWS Ill.CJa 0* 


.11 engineer sou will" want l» per month. PTk'he JACK Wit.- 
he* tnirnliaiely afler v.rw- l.LAMb af EV 54741. 

In.- and you twn bio at Uie F« ta 

low 

Price of $14.90ir "SOOKE LOT” 

T-rma ir eewrod fhv.na J. J u'lirt’A'A’v tptr 
WILLIAMS al EV S4T4L V ,ltt * K * P!T 


la'me* with ornamental tree* aft rampoa r»an ana 
Stately raka and la walking dU- *1.273 DOWS (ll.CJalM 

* bedroom,. 1 ftthraoro. Wmwa. 
i ZL romikU mm area 

dining nvnn rlar kltrtaen. large ai v-i DOWN 117 IM 

rank avertmkang gantan 2 neflr' ^ uow.v 1111 ^ 

bedrooou aft Apr*.Pembroke Cwonft. Cnnlemiftrary jaiu'tesc- 
he.'h Hard**, od floor, throughout all dtaHm-tiaciy deaigned amli-iMd 

Full iiaaentrrd. ft kaal cupper pape • rl11 ' "dduiftial lea:of*- Bra bf 

ga.uge Lnndseaped rround, anally «TO«-ttaftt 
mumtairad A r*al gem m ah aurlu- 
use am TERMS 


"CIOSE IN ’ 

JUST 3 YEARS OLD 

XV,ill low-all rarprta |,.W(Hy 

Imng rftMt. .<mtng a'ra Kir, 
t:.i kilcnen 3 large t*-dc-*'tits 
Kir ftiaron-ni rum|iua n«ip< 
("Ughed in Laundry 


l.'WTly view Vrt ®*rH«*mg 
' Jsftlherly rxpuaurr. 

bJvUj H 111 4*1 

Full Price 51825 

S SPAVES EV 34741 anytime. 


CADBORO BAY 


Rcdufjcd to *15,500 

EX >3411 Mr. Fait EV * 

PETITE 

end 

PRETTY 

One -d fhe moat brgynUllly n 
lan"d huaar, ta Cbdhur-' Buy 


$050 DOWN -*14.975 
3 BR 2 BATHROOMS 

We will band Una ei*iieiwp.*arg 
1133 au fl pual and beam «fdd- 
levrl h'wne <0 one <4 mr aeuereg 
lain in Gotta* Head Three lira* 
ta-druouis a kitchen with a family 
area. xanu< bdlhgoan h>*»d aol 
Ian. dtahwaxhpr. earp-r* N.i -eciftd 
m Ilgag, < * XMA fVa(t|«rt> mo 


t'Tn-i aultd mavairy .-Ktalructe*, ong centn- 
t spa** inaulalift*. ftake rroi Pri.ed b 

"COLWOOD” 'hew (ealurex a-sue. Ion* life and $15,8 

l.-mpeiuturr omifiirt Approx, t.gttat , , aarta-taasa 

New tonstruclion -u m. .d easy bun* am Cum a V Waror ^ 
l-.-s ent hall with bnei. ptaMri 
L'«* low and smart t-aAitgf *’ LH. rai«ft brick fireplare 

s*" h h'B-l alw,.. and -iditlg -*7* >' B «'"litaf dr ftH" ELBOW 

rXteriut Ful- luaemeni w ,ih JhlU hall U( 3 talrma. Iwm air* mas- _ (!c . 

fin-shed aumpua na.m and "T •a'*--" ,-to«et» taftuie LOV EI.Y SE 

l.e.M.bu, Y*a( will like I he P- 1 *"' ■’“'"*"'3 ,r '"'- harflm.d 

( jinm-t nft.warn ktt.hen with ‘-'n. mr-^ibuft. rotoeed Ff. Ifth ^ TOngTir 25 

usen. ianv< law aft I.ft *, ”, lE?* ™« «* BftW 

Full Price $11,750'my to r,«L m «w.-red to "Tf “JJ* 

* ,« fliaan -nd ta" »' x n -nfh ~ )r> -a* thel.Und ^!a‘ 

i;! AkSKL I’EliKhK X ^f - gavk rata „ft . 

EX 34541 anytime. ' 1 all r»a. 0 a«r j»opart umveraiti Ideal lu 

luma inah. trade ItcUM- 1 * i»r. nr 4nd family 

«ir tanwr pawnewf Prmctpaln Iftly Js * 

■ TuL-i- -rrxta ( ' ul1 rart.-utar, pnr*. etc pinoa* Full Pncp 

IK UK nn* . all (Nenern. KV A-aar Mr v>- ,_ 


spa,-e inmdaluav ftakr ewd Prued to sell 

*e fee lures a-sue* long life oft $15,800 

iperaturr cumfoef Approx. 1.4* y ,^ RaCauiin ptaaar utvate 

M of e**v living area Cum a 1 ~ #;n - m 

sc. ent halt with bnrt. ptaMer ^ - 

T '■ LR. rai-isl hrtrk fireplace 

•, -"h ■ft"Vk dr f.* pat"' ELBOW ROOM 

Q Drill Id 3 'Mir itu m«t- ____ _ ___ 

V. 1 IJI walk-id (luaetA lesJuie LOV’EU.Y SEA VIEWS 
•in mahwany trim. han*w.»«t . . , ... _ 

-ft mr-sGtaft. rtftred Fpi tfth £ *r25« "1 ^ee25l' V'' 

s* .1 - 'u. :' n van" rah k»t. . ' 7" * p /* rr •’*' TT**.. , s 

• .. . .a.atd* laumtrs ta.ut 4-iiedrooTO, hurt* Comlortahlc lixtng 


anntae EV »«l.*i 


CITY BROKERAGE LTD. 
lM-lMl~A.vy war, of aerxicg 
10W Blanshdrcl Su-wi 
•fata* EV 4 lid anyiune. 

GOODE EXCLUSIVES 


nmaai ■ gbaing IHLAMbi -7lsn ttipi k.N nil 


f .1 Ak.'K I. I'ETEKhEN. 
LX 34541 anytime. 


n*«n nut Iftaemrnf ta-parwle ga 
i«ge Her*, la unr ■< the rtreal k>i, 
-a 1 ihe Island Man* natural Irert 
aft a small hant rtope In new 
umx-rraity Ideal for outtaar using 


• TREE TOP , aii .=£r, EX ~ 

RETREAT’ - - 

O',-t -raunra, -wm meftes <’• N MONTAGUE 
a*. \ I -c.( y.r, CO LTD. 

bXi- >>ta r*»*-. 1 twin v 

hrtlrp.m. bn. of ..as, r-ta 1 * Blanshanf a, 1«1 F5X'4-1d 

t -ten All .th x:es> 

J»_i»rag* aundr.k and Tltc Charm of Oak Bay* 
H' 9'>0 Lure °* ,hr • Sea 


Full Frier *19,500 

Mr Keg.* EV 3-Mil 


ESQUIMALT pUn 

AUraclive and very well built A. REVENUE 


Approx. Iwai a*| fl undrt wua 

rou< aad 2 Bu ft hsadagr Ut 
imp) iivemertls paid lasea pay 
ftdy Lhal J Itcdnuai iboUwi, 
pataoa, Id acre muall) land- 
w apft Plana drawn tar txirg 
rumpaa routa and extra l p.r 

Isilbrutwa. Itniahrd b> punflpa 

re a etaar* all inrlft.-d In new 
tuta pelre. tXJU it IBKd 
with plana oedy. 


' »=v 4 -^ nTT TLTjtf 22JT 


Thr Lure of ihr Sea' 


• ■ 1 ; •■m home m Rack Height* an* 
7' - 4 . an ex.-egent family hrrn. 
c.-we to w-faaita. liua aft —viyw 
1 here 1 a a four piei-r and a iwu-i 
i'*o» batkrniun an the main fku 
and the haae-meiu ,* roughed in for 


LI AM* KV >4541. 


Ph axe J J WIL ^-jlh are aaliafied In this dr.untile 1 ■ W ha'hrs»i»n In addition to a tec 
>g; 4 j tvirac with 3 utrma down V pel air a Punt “x"' a fireplace, there n 1 

.t»< i-fta with facUilie*. K C bam I i'Dfe roughed in game* nsim A_ 


“■th package ftl beat ,Vp garage 1 ■u.tdeck **ff tor din. 


$1 UUf DOWN 


rma arranged 

Full price *15.500 


greatly la the living ptrawire this 
l.atje ft (era Vars goal fmamtnu 


.-|ur« 01 Ixa-nei duplex. 2 -, tufa* 
1744 Kurt Si. Refined la 


Si Beacrtt Hill Park bit 
Niagara Rediaft ta MMII * 

brr also Buanwaa Ops > fcf 
all thr atanr phftac dare rag 

feaale tglJtl anytime. 


* h'le: family hftio- >n -.- 
••un ' ndin.it. J ’(riinaxiis m Ifit'di Locgf ior. 

.«|i fk*s full taisrnirnl wuii •• ,_.. r , . , . 

autnrtvdg vil iie«i Dae to f-StJUlItlSlt Duplex 

'■“* ■* ,W *“ M *'«•> w„h 1 'dm. emh aft- 

.s.... .. _ , a HW flftir- KUx-frw rang*-' and 

rUlJ I»rii 4* SS.-ltltl fr.rigea Hlaiktop driveway, lu cai 


Ca Aksel Prletten. F5V S4R4I I*-* 1 * . .... - — e- 

Full price $11,500 'ft ^-^rtaft E- 

F‘. Hull* KV 4-911». KV J-MN1 1 mmanda a * iesa at Georgia Strait,. 

“"-d Muinl Baker which (atatot be (•.•in -nil- cc . 
Inf* o4‘ht Ill Toxxn --- exeelrld or rut Into A well-plaiaaed IXK.AK 1 ME SEA 

AT 51.500 DOWN Bl ILD NOW p S" a!M X 

__ _ witadroa from Bving room, kitchen _e!r-.«.i 

Sun large ur amali lan.il, "»• *« »J"' down with owner aft hedrouen*. <w*r an acr* at well 1 V,_ 

Clean and (-dnpnrt 13 year* TOfk.-tltalwW. J hftnaama full bate ploneift garde* ibclud.ag inra tJZLrZ** 

yuung. ramily tarn. F<«r m ‘'’' ‘" n '-arptnl. Lft. marl enhance* the beamy uf th*, ?!72£? - 

Iftrbunv plus a iinh in lull. S ror' -rToUta, a.. ,y , . „ W-ipraly Thr '.ft* i, ayallahk hi FV tagtai^—!*inw* 

high bartniMii Humpua n.dn ,j/ ■ ,, 5. , ' , ,, u , ' 1 ' nreppanry Opm In offer' KV tatan anytime 

«ml .. » .I , ft, xjriT rre-e ','^e 222, « Ihr prkm ft _ 

6 V ^ , ' r ' d <' Terriuv 1 $22,900 

,4y*Ti L.-t airo .dixl.f Call r»iw, LEW MOfLI.1ET , ,, . 

ONLY S12 500 KV:.ni gr».>»» j 11 Kxwd EV 4 -ITO EV >mu 

Call DON HIGGETT >3X4111 Town, A C.ftrUry Hi-ally Ud “RARE OPPORT 


Kl$CHIaA 

KfutlON 


WATERFRONT 

You'll luxe m and want it !><r 
ytkir very own the minute >uii 
-re if OVER Vi ACRE .? 
•Iirfrt sc* faded lakefnad »t?|i 
t"»j 3 hedrm bmr Taseg 
«3 i*- Ktal prarr til TO CaU 
I lly .Sutherland. EV 44347 an*, 
lime. 


"The Bcht lit Toxxrt” 
AT 51.500 DOWN 


Bl ILD NOW 


,ve "ieea Hra.l 
' O-rd-wi fired • 


TOiperfy The ham- ■■ a* adabie hn 
, immedfnfe la rigwnry ftam In idler 1 
"« the price of 

$22,900 

J. II. FVred EV4-1TO RV >MU 


Seal, ulder type hone with a 
hem* cl IB pel month tnromg 
hum art <,(Maine. 1 apper auda. 
Very well loraled. with torn 
larnaee. wiring rtr. Fall *i ra 
III TO Call Lily sutberfatata 
KV taM7 any tun* 


LOVELY SEA VIEW 
IMMACULATE CONDmnx 


"RARE OPPORTUNITY^ 


Older tad weli kipi <ayd hut u, 
nn e Two iicdmam,*. i»m hath- " 
natal, and fu-t Ihe right 


pro. Call DON HIGGETT aa K * »t3t; 

In irrm». etc, EX' 34741 or_i. 

>3 144H* * , lX.iu-cx 


Pl.l'S CW-NER PARTICIPATION 
B ILDS YOL A NEW uR 3-HEIh 
Hl»)\I IlaAfeGKXT HOME 
CAU. 4. J BUTLER REALTOR, 


LANGFORD JWl CARLOXX RD. 
H'kiae with tailing beauty with dif 


FOR 

"ELEVEN-NINE’* 


elementary aft Jr High 
a-iaa.la Largr living room and 
i-parate dining n»m wilh 
. -ihi Ig (*.< !1.*.,-* Aral hrlgtc 


Askine ONLY $22,950 


K . Y . *200 DOWN IMMACULATE CfxNDITtns 

Pl.fs /M'NER Participation K?'^ , - ,ur ^' 

Older tad wrat-lup, .aid hat Sia) L “|l Y a«vVif W HOME 41p 

nnTin. Iftnaima, two bath- _" home large living roan aft dining area 

lia-m,. and lust ihr right *!*' ’ K J BUTLER REALTOR, with aeaxlew --Mm 

pri«. Call DOS HIGGETT aa *■» H3t; A dtvam kltrhen With hreakfaal 1n| 

tl. irrma, etc, EV 34541 ur-i___"TTeJT'Ll^ -S.N 

ftaX lAitaa * . , - *®rsip ItfOHl ’fill r>|aa 

* ^ LANGFORD JWl CARLOXX RD. Full remew baaan.wt with thinl **, 

H'kiae with tailing beauty wuh dll i hedrnnm pie 

"vtnui.T c e ci■, Kt-« w.wd fmafaea l bedrooms Beautifully tandacaprd era 

hi AKIU.E. <1 MU.'r. !»,,h roomy clnaeu. *n*na taajt. n ... v -i* 

J. - OR Catnnel kdchen. vanity lwihr..yrn Asking ONLY $21,950 (ul| 

, «•*>■-«• liviag naan with lire pi are hue J-, Tu * irw .pif ift F,li*lmmfti* 

hi.EVEN-NINE «sart ftiaira. through hall, full baar- at EV 3W5 n„ ya- 

men! with autnmala lal furnace wp ft 

Irtimaiygate .’-uedmim home * * r ^“ 1 ^kterior atuceo. GK b-JKfl. _ „ Vtclftia 

in High wuadia area. <W la-- ONEOI- A KIND TO> M 

Hemenury aft Jr High TWO o|*KX HOt'AKH an a- y, H T1RFI1 it a»< 

a ,»>.!» Largr living room and STILL UNDER lUSSTRl ITIOX UblKlXG then igkiw iw NO* lo fluwn p 
.-Pta-fte dining TX»m wllh NAT MAY S SUN MAY W -, • ,h., G ft! u5» AND (mTh . ^ 

VM- H»l» KENNETH STREET I GES S3S» a 

SiTtaenU r^J X* " t,; , BEW » 00 »« »*«* uv.bg .TOM .w TOrtTO rata ftta 

" r-t I t,me artv.- roft aZ SLEGU HROTHKKS FAMII.Y-SIZE dining h«*n Ft Sit at 

tV™ advertiiejl. .wi.h CONSTRUCTION LTD [iUTTON kitchen. THREE ROOMY Ltd 

At XII <HNI L'R-S-UJS Kidney Fort 8f_3H*»I* nEDRlXtaUL the 'wUi-.Dr maa'cr 

AI 511 .U0II - — ---... . TIE --. _ __ Inlram haA 4-pre bathrmen rn 

F ■- further particulars call' RAYNOR AVE aulle. CY«Y DEN nr fourth bed 

CLARE BELCHER EV j*?4i C.i-and ftder type 4 -Nnintn Ivane ptft ** kAa Y I^*' i -- 

s? «, sssr-riss* k msurngtsr^k 


To i«n a a*-w liirue-Urdu ant, ■ •• 

level I hat ft (era many hard t.Gn4 


ONE OF A KIND to 


Alpen irtimg, rar* tn <n.u* 
with Ihe ranural wnud 
--M'tarro fl rep b r e *«a ftt i>,a 
tiv Ing ruoca in perfect harmony 
-S.ftkart dining nonoi com. 
nlrt* wtfh matching (decimal 

fitting 

Well designed rtertrh khchrn, 
• sramm cablrmu. eating area, 
- Urtteri bathroom I alrtw a .4 
tut* af ceramk- titc* 

«'• home haa been draugned h* 
ft Ha foreoMag deatgnera ft 
XVlft-ta and la '<TOn nffered al 


PRICE *15.900 


LAkIKING ' itten laknir ua Nut* lo tbasn payment aatuw a* |y« ng 
■ lb*. Long- UMi- AND tend-, .**. ,*rre*j Fine nnrtagnd 

tvay narfts art a-X 

tJbda living xjum umabwaal wMb utaa kaa iaaea Call Morn* H-d» 

FAMILY-SIZE dining fi.im Ft'SR '«*• al SC-dllT Newatcad Reailf 
HUTTON kilrtwn. THREE ROOMY Lid 


OAK HAY 
$9SU0 F.P, 


1 ajv Near *'h-»>la. iiu*. ihurdt aft 


TO) TO*-TP* TOrt aft taita S£J? ^TmmS^rSm STTble 

S;-T,^^^Ex^r 

m in rwurv Pivursr na ^ * ^ RAY taallm A urxkUM buy at 


UNLIMITED 


Herr la an Ideal I Bedrm hn- SXX'.XP DOWN PAYMENT OX OAK' “* ******' A urtbleflt buy al 

Cf-I rot daro, -aitahle bar a ^'whaT'hora ^S-^M 'bftnaSn*' EX' LS 4 ,, M^UDW! EX’ * HU 21"“ c W- ' J * N » sftta 
f.irtTO iTOilflild (fr« by d, nlnz room. den. sewing n.rti. ' R,JW EV 5-34U togapi Ctmair. We annular , nu ,3 


UBS Ri.iuftv.re .hut pitaae do fu j| naaem.-m quiet neighborhood! 
n-i dulurh Ih* terv.nl- and large lot EV4131V. 


UNIVERSITY AREA 

. Huit'in IQ-Scil ft DE LUXE HOME NEAR i.'XIVKR- 1 OV’FP 4 ACFFC 

-;«T4J. *!t.v t 7UU aQ. h tain flreplarra. 1 ALKW| 

. wall-I • wall carpet. J«ar glragc. Siluau-d un ..ver 4 acrea uf valrali.e 

land* a,wd: Miau small fruit propertv* thl* vers antftir Nape 

"HIGH QUADRA’ 1 targe Ift. *1*TO Aiawsw. M.0U0 ufivra an unaaiwiitj u, vuudJVMlr 

- (lf . 1-,-w ’•“'■dll |h-.. ne t.R . 11SI Itart ft the ian|ftly and MUI main- 

• '« SQUARE mol 3-BEDROOM '"l'l.* ^*^J^*'|**~ 

Ruv, 3 t*v*li,Man.v „„ RW heft frtZ 


dawn oay tarau irada ft a kuata, 
not* e( rainiata' 

Renoamhee we are the Buildrrg. 
Ph TO4UI aayllioe 


Huya 3 bnllKunu- "ii HW heft, v,., hnahh* IU 05 
dining _rvx.ni leaturv* latac gra-crnmeni grant. Down 
a -.- firethbir La at Urn I a i.r, M rahly payment* 


I— •*- efllrro-r . k»vi» living 
t*ai*n dining m«ni lomtaaateai 
- MGi *. (stay dag raff! fireplace 


."" tirevtu.r La al Win life.--, M ait ft y payment* JW rtr 

bus M hunts and .tare mVeiUi 47i-JSL! afler 4 Sidney V? !TLtXZ 

lt-re is a real value lor a.ime - -_____--- ttaihpaima. Alta' oed -s*a garage 

• ■nr wilh arta.gwgn- .nildren, DHIXT BY 3906 BRAKFOIT haarmen' and *n alundance ft 
Cad- MR. JAMKh. EV Y4T5G See excrptifttal value In a J-bed- al'iragr fttacr A Ofttalry Hn>» 

EV J47s7. j room, nu basement rancher on 4? phre* and yft ftvty a fra* minute* ’ 

a' re ft tree* and attractive land firtn l'«ari 

•i aixng Asking feD.MB. GH T-S42? Exctoatv* Ltatln* "Tz 

“V C * o ft rxirru lanvtlme ' r%..i _anwin 


$10«> DOWN 
$85 MONTHLY 

New .- («ftrta.ta lataga I w with 
ftl heating in the Jubilee A(*a- 
Drive by tt!| Bftni-tai 'hew 
.all Mr Harvey KV34W .*■ 
Sroarti Really LM GR Vtagi. 


“NEAR CLOVER 
DALE SHOPPING 
CENTRE 


*W0 Dowrt Mr Sjeed 

l Three tiednams. EUII baaemrnt GR 3BL 
Near Maylatr Shopping Centra ttaly 
laatgi CaU Archie Grevne. EV E 079j 
m EV4M3*. Pemberton. • Bulnve, SOI 


pher* and yft «gy a lew minrte* .'. WL ? HAA NOT BEEN UN 

from I. tan “«T 

ExcMtalv* LJatlng *’ Unrev aad a ball * 

r* 1 .M«nn TttU t**evi»ral OH heat 

Price 157,000 Cbuld I* 1 4. UT a bedroom* fr'irvi 

Mr Sieed Mr. t» Hftitgwn f*—* ^inae to »Wurl* 

GR b-itlj EV tun -riYUjng Cewie Maraarft JemuRb 

SrW.jl and baa eft The bra jura 
hy ' he flnur Prtre KM.TO If ysm 

SOUTH OAK BAY ^ 

$11,500 me rt E V334M,_ 

liui wane time bnqtortog abuui flV DWXItfl. CEXVIX* flEDCfl 
tft* h<* 0 . 11 ta •puUaaaly i laaa and 'r» •» price ft S-hedron** lanihgr. 


bp."lrtta . nadr<*fii home in a 1" tv 4 Pembert.rt. . Bnimr* SOUTH OAK BAY TOo .ainer to 

Ctii-ee realilenlial area Full. ■ -**• - ... .... SiS TOxto* “ WimG 

hi -ih baw inert aul.HIvaUc -IN AIDNUY- H1.3W ___ 

cT r *!I!f t r'«e' 1 Scauaw. 3 iwdpaan home buumvatii, ■**' . wm— f ■"“» ptaftring abuui _. C s C S 1 v *■ * rn CC- 

in gdrHRc lad and ,a| hea' tlrepbuv B* obher II,eta >h4* ta*. 11 I* *puUaaaly 'laaa and 'JU •» prtae ft Yhedmua tanihbr, 

• uern flnimed tKrll-Keft freed GR k-214 rornpai • with two hedroont* on main >• >to» old, all larvt rooms. I ratal 

k,l a an lauickuip drive. ----(tour and ora «>ler. The kdedua MQ decoraled. punnramta rtoa 

Full Price SI 9.750 & HEI 'f 8 COX*mtt'crnax CO and drum uw ff 'ta M and many extra. Wa* LIS Mu mm s*4V 

70S. ( 0 vm.wo. ,, Nr “ !„' irn ' tfORTO. ready ta bi" -wighteft >wi WIU ftad aaywhora. ■■ tor R3.TO with low *,ra ray.. 


Full Price $i0*750 & HEl '? s Cn!*rt*LCTlO» CO *mf t.ni» araa arr 'ha 
_____ New ir, *iern haracg ready ta wova -eighieft >ab wtU And 


. m Win oonaidat 
CRfea»m 


Pftavvpala <mty. 


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ISLAND HOMES LTD 

3611 l*«igt*a Him MM 

ATTRACTIVE RANCHER 
HIGH TREED LOCATION 
GOB Lsmble Drive 
MOVE IN TOMORROW 

CunafatMg V a ■»«** nil W»M 
ttiunc n»- 3 otis ige 

rt a- *. rinoe-to-ceillag brick FP. 
modern i-u**p* r! hllHyn. ,«l fetal.. 

lit altar bn) garage atiltty Offer* 
an tan paymt Thia la a reftre- 
mrm special nail Pnr. snsaa 
Call IlM Ran* n at GRIXU or 


A- BERNARD * CO. 


FINANCIAL SURVEY 


' SWINERTON 
STEW'ART CLARK 
LTD. 

•a BtnifM'* S EV J 


C. G. 

HE1STERMAN A CO. 

t LTD. 


MOREY 


SAANICH REALTY LTD. 
3943C QUADRA ST. 
GR 9-1642 . 


OAK BAY REALTY 

KOR OAK BAY Ml)MKS 


1231 Government tmi 

EV i Hti 


JOHNSTONE LTD. 


Since 1864 


BRENTWOOD BAY 
WATERFRONT 

Nearly 1 arraa with ur «b *mi«* 
J-hrdrm oiini.jW’-*-.,Surfate 
wad .1 aula^flf* cHy, '+ BIM 


OAKDOWNE 

OVERLOOKING 

OLYMPICS 


NHA-3 BEDRMS 
QUIET CRESCENT 
$2600 DOWN 

7<r -» • j truly raiiaUndiag home 

idraird un a quirl 


OAK BAY SOUTH 
4 BEDROOMS DEN 
OUTSTANDING VIEWS 


OAK BAY 
3 BEDROOMS 

Attraiilve baf in u 
Inal 1 Mark lu Mlnp 
air: level approach. ; 
done and a Hut ml 

plan Nn-e Uv'nn. FI 1 

rate din rm. drtam k 


DEAN HEIGHTS 
$12,000 

Cloar lo schuofa and uni vara hy 
Older 2 -hedronm hutne with 2 hntn- 
nmou. living and dialog mum. dan. 
tar IV kltrhrn. vrtlfety roean. Ink 


High on I ha Laaadownr Ship* and 
uvrrto-auin IW OtyimNV* iMa.spa- 
rbiur I bnfruim Ml haxement bury 

£ |iiw off*r» hill family amunmir 
Ikei at a Vary raalldir prira 
h>r thla prime area feNill prirr 
m.m Kxrluatve luting. Jack 
Mrara. EV 2-TIFt anylimr 


O 3002 GOVT. o 


rUftue anting, 
pdig. thrane. 
drpa l» front 
trail ive flier- 

.falnt'af repa- 
t with dinrtia 


____ . rtiiinl -thr 

exterior al Oil* line home la fln- 
lyird m rualir aiding and sturee. 

jAnty rarkarxl b> a W-h daoura 

live la tore fane* AH lb* ream 

!n*ldr ara targr. with knotty plan 


a p a r I • a a Living mn 
c^gll) nlua dallghUul •Hfi- 
ruom. A ur m aibn l t dining 
mum ilSalii. Dr* 2 -pire* 
washroom. Modern rlecirir 
kiichrn with trtUlly ram 
id I Attiarti** uprn atnn- 
way tie ti> tuur iwdramiu 
anl bathroom. Oil hot-water 
heal Orar llllc Min To 
view sieaar call Mr fcxri 
al 1CV 4-0431 


Ltd. 

‘Founded 1W' 


I Mil tertna. (Al low ■■ I13M1 flo*»nu _ . *Tf-* CYY7V 

Mr Thumii. URT«C <* Mr CUTE AND COZY 
Heath KV 8 -M* Off** CRUh! | CJTY BUNGALOW 

Id-aJ for Mom and Dad Good atae 

FAMILY FORTUNE! 

MQVI' Fenced garden All In nice nei- 

d it ion rioar la city Inral ion yei 
LISTEN TO THU: A modrmteM hardv to fern ratal* Teem* arranwd 
i| rani emphawnr h«w muth! > hma* Axk.ne M-tUo Call Mr. Dreg 
in a good araa. ctaer in with many. M 7 *• or m M «**■ 
mam dHigldhd fialttre*' Fall boar- 
rarrt dr in garage aido Ml heat. OAK BAY 

dm.n^,nana THREE BEDRMS 
a^i^^SSft-SSLiwS W BATHRMS 
m^TbngW. clean an* S1.S00 DOWN ASKED 

*** 1 *and TflHMS To'sUlT YCX^R SmaN »-d*» eantadniiad teena In 

hiW-Et" Why mv mure’ Y.w Ud tup ahaiw Soartoua living nn. 
1CmUVt Heat* " ru»' >lrr dining rm Elm nr 
fife 1 *-14*2 sSSr fell rhea and dinMa ara. w.lh Willy 
t.VSNMn or nailer (.IIMH 2 K..hrm all Three all lame 


band, oil heal. Mirage. M ■CxHw. 
aflurda Hilary Net lav* TJT4 
TERMS OK CCMIRSK 

Asking $18,900 

MRS ELUtJTT 

fv v:ua or ev»mn3 


UNIVERSITY DISTRICT 

A beautiful home lor a family Clu.f 
to ni-huola and wuveraity Ttiii un- 
manilaia 2 -tiednmm hum* will »fu- 
vide plenly of living area Tbrr* 
la a large living and dflund ruum 
na-r need fehrhcn with plenty of 
runboard apart, full baarmrnt with 
llniahrd ruiapua room with firr- 
plgra, and a ariutiii finfahrd room 
for a game* room. The Iwrfe garden 
la fenced and planted »- lawn* and 
ahrutd Kill pnr* t32.OOU.UU. with 
lerma Tu Mew call 
Jack Zalwi al M) 431 anytime 


QUADRA. LAKE HILL 
3*1 mile circle 

Rnirtd i-uaplg • B*r»diw Smart 
aKlraciive alucen taangalow Living 
r-Mi with nrtpav Spncmu* *|i 
rbra wued lo nrtectnc range Two 
It-rer oarer l‘rmi*.*r 
baftrouH Pga all Juraacr ho« air 
iHtnh garage U> * >ts> Aw 
aided MtUer*. ama* groeidinuar 
Rjaca to« driveway CTrga neal 


SEA VIEW RANCHER 
BSMT SUITE 

Ttu* altmtivr hume in nearly 
ac. hat much to offer r.anpf i4c* 
widr rad thru half LK ltetli OK 
llxin den or family room. Lam* 
fett With burn .e- large ia>* 1 
BHm*. each lYxlT, 4-pr bath. I tit. 
Ily off BL copper ptumbmg. mu- 
deck off DRm. lull auiie in high 


VICTORIA WEST 
$500 DOW N 

ruder du|4ra wMrdi may be aaed 
■i mrume pnweftv ur o averted 
Into a 2 ftr 4-twdrm family hume. 
Seed* anrfc tart a du-it-ymrarifer 
• an make tha* Into a good Inveal- 


VLA 

WILLIAM HEAD RD 
$11,900 


Kian year-ntd home ailuaied 
in Lai acre* with orchard 
I .aria LK. 3 bedroom* mam 

flair and 2 aami-fimahed 

brdroBf n a up Large ucHliy 

na.m off kifehen. Auio <ai 
heal. For apth.iql roenl lo 
view rail Mr Atkey. evea. 
KVMuf. or Ml. ijlamn 

tin tv yun 


Full Price only «.5ti0 

Mn Header* 1 * KV 4 *232. EV H«M 

FISHING 

BOATING. SWIMMING 

A lovely lake fried home on an 
acre of park like ground* vme 
matt tree* A aanart iwu u*ir aranxi 
feaiae anih M foot LR Rreplace. 
oak floor*. large modern kltrhrn. 
ihrrv btdrooant. and two hathruuma 
Mew Package Oil heating. 

$19,000 

Lai me show vuu ihla drairaWr 
p <*em sam rnnria. EV nus 
OR a«ia 

150 VT LAKE FRONT 
OVER 1 ACRE 

That Imnvarulate 4 hav hiu fWI bamf 
bungalow it atualrd un onr of 
Great rr VirtorW* beautiful lake* 

Only 12 minute* from downtown 
Tha IIkM living n««l wllh retard 
hea r t h li flntafwd w natural amod 
Thr oatanet eiecerV kilihen Iwa 
, 1 . ' bar. 12 cai>- 

mrta and plenty of Arhunte counter 
I.V Dining loom I* Lafianed udf 
I he living rm Oak floon all thru. 

F«ll daylight brat etilh drive-ln ga¬ 
rage and au'o hoi air fumanc 3 mk- Spacioua 2-BR bung giramipi; HW 
butlldnr* Low lave* The aahmg llooea. eeu hall, targe LR with KP. 
prVa la aep gurat alae DR 3 gn«l bdrma and 

$17,950 I amali; 4-pc hath Largr nab elec 

For ran her H renal irai pieam mil ^ 

D. Okker EV 4102b GRH-4001 '"',"'*'*5. ^ k '” , ,r *' 


WILLOWS BEACH 
FAMILY TUDOR 

FIVE BEDROOMS .< 4 and a 
OEM pi la* TWO lull balhn.im* 
with plenly of apaiv fur play m 
the garden are Iraturra of thia tine 
home, a abort block from Willow* 
Beach Very attractive living and 
dining room*, modem kitchen, full 
hairmetit with aid" heating and 
attached garage Always In de¬ 
mand. ltd* lype of home ta seldom 
available. Kull prlre III.hM Call 
Mr. IX R. Method. EV S-TTO7 
anytime. 


and Hurry 


DRIVE BY 


BUYERS 


CLEAN ATTRACTIVE 
Convenient Location 

I a atari Iwobadronm nucco mar 
bmw. ne*| a* a pm Lovely living 
t.an wllh firnlvv aunrooan 
lew aeparale dWUng room. Good 


, t I mil mcni, IT* crar-a .«.1 iaa< > 

LAKE HILI. I Pleasant treed cardrn ajl lo rd 

• il arw |.\*feing na» 1*1 and MB morthii 

9M.3UI i„ X e, tncl run pek-e *11 Kr Call 

3 BEDROOMS o™- J »» - iM 

&naa&. A JSiJs? l 

set*rale dining room large 1 «*. un MUST BE SOLD 
a auKi dead-end alreei. Tne veart-if nn*vE.n 14AV1VC 

my* SELL 1 So TRY YOUR «*■ OWNER MOVING 
KICK 1 Mr Heolh. CK H44J id- re*. PRICE SLASHED 
E VIdeal family home of law* a* fi 
hurdenng Uplands Golf Done <« 
ctnonDn nav t » h Uirl immaculate !hru-.*u. 

CADBORO pAY . . Lie treed M. choice llv. rm, aep 

n rr»r»R 4ITYI F ' * , ' ln rm. dream 4-atar kgcbrn with 

IRJK MILL • • .enarate iaundry rm <Hf and 4-prv 

EASY TERMS ! ‘ vanity batnrm. Plus IP-fl warm 

— _ ___ davtighf reer*ation rm wbh tar 

Inapes• Ihi* Sf’ACKXJS MOOER'l grufly pmr, bar and eulra Vrve 
ham- now Tha CHARM]Nt. hathrm In FT baaetnenl Pnc* tuat 

properly fealufea. IJBRERIILS llv- iiuard ta *23>m only **«•> dan __ 

Ini ro.*o “ ; 'b CT*V h IREPt-ACiy ph Mom* Lund. 2S439M anytime ample feraakfail 
aeiwratr E-YTERTAIMMERT SIZED - • 

dimng r.aw BRIGHT K1TCHEH 
With PLEASANT ouflook 3 TWIN 
SIZE bedr-un*. (apace for 3 mote' 


Span aw 4-year-old bunga¬ 
low with laiga llvrng room. 
din.ng room and 2 bed 
rooma. Full baaemeaf with 
rumpus room and fireplace 
Carport and suaieck. Irarne- 
dial* ptwaeaalim 

Futl Price *12 Wt 
Ft* appouiimcai Ui view 
call 

M BLANNIg 
EVES. EWllfel 

MOUNT TOLMIE 
UNIVERSITY 
HIGH LOCATION 
BEAUTIFUL VIEW 


GONZALES 

Are kau tawing far a nr*I aoltd rm 
lira (pen* home near lha ar*_ln thi« 
highly ruaveaieai and deiirahl# 
r- wdenilal areal II au. grlV# by 
Util weekend 

1662 Earle St. 

Thn a an enceplkaialiy wall .■*'"• 
lamed 2 -bad room hana# with as 
extra baaemeni rupm bread ara 
au-jmelM' oil lamnce. good winnf 
and plumbing and built on a lowly 


ailh a separate dining naan hat a 
nva a it receive ae4f-et*it*inetl suite 

ill ih* basement. A muai are ' lor 
the economically minded .a ine 
family wilh in-lawt. Lenient 
Irrma. wllh M 01)0 down at ( 1 «.nn 
Pteaae rail Mr* Browne or Jim 
Colby al EVVT7IR wytime. 


MT TOLMIE 
HIGH AND 
BEAUTIFUL 

All cash or U o» eaah in mnrigagr 

wanted Drive-by 172g Ci**t<mhur> 

live home with maay fealuree nru 
usually included, such aa SUNKF.N 
l.R, Mtxid Mailer Bedrm. exlre lie 
IIR aeclurted Sumlerk I n i me d ial- 
aale price -ally ( 12 .WB Tall Ken 


COLWOOD 

SEW HOME 
*10U DOWN 

2-BR. 4-pieee taih, eMflric kJlrhen 
Lar.-e 'reed loi WW IB LH Wllh lirr- 
alaie. 0-0 21 hraimg Price 111.380 
for ■ quirk sale Immediate noaaea- 
nun Call Lag'« Dunn. Ivy-C**. 


NEW LISTING 

RELMONT-BAY AREA 
msv f RM Bi NGAl.OW 
PIT'S EXTRA AD.1ACERT LOT ( 

Quirk praseM-m Tha immaculate- 
Inlertor ha* lieen fully moderruzrd 
and the exterior I* being palaied 
leriur of ihia charming 2 -room re- now An excel rent buy in a smaller 
lirefnenl bungalow «iih a lovely 1 3-bedrm. full boeemenf home New 
oil phe furnace new wiring, new 
plumhing The 'earner sill throw In 
Ihe extra lot fur a quirk sale A 


mam Jan call 
EV LMM Aik f.W 
■i>ia yog tbrcaagtv 


Ampia ram far a growing 
family *r aludrni amuinv 
dati aa * bedroom*, large 
livuvg Mean With Ureplacr. 
diaiag roam with adjoining 
wind era dea large aawly 
remodelled k 11 r h a a Full 
price *14.20* wllh terms 
Til View call MR HAKKY 
ATKEY any lime buamraa 

2 * 1 4111. ret. t64k« 


Fairfield 
Quiet Cul-de-iac 
A fine lamlly •* onw 

aongaf tha am** («*««“ **• 

y*ur bedroom, tour balhrooma 
GractoiH linn* nwoi. full dining 
naiai Am w» Hteniacr. brum 
kb rhea Wllh teal runboard apace, 
nreakJag area and fully niumbed 
tautMry nff. full ham* with 
rumnua and fi replan, pin* " 


anytime. 


SPOTLESS Aero** from Eat m' 

SPACIOUS 3 BDRMS **SPnTI F* 

A RARE FIND i wstmmv 

ONLY $13,650 Hf J. 

Immaculate naditnal bwide amt ” n 1 r n 

ou* situated <*i a high large well Imma.ipalr oimtitaai - 
landarapeit lol. am.atg fond hoenei ar area ri.we to actvviU. 
and handy to bu>. actn>4* and 
■h qw Vend c« tranaferred and mail 
aell at thla raw I rvatutir price 
Featuring thru hall lu extra a pa 
Chius L-aha|ied llvingdmln* rm and 


Carpark ARBUTUS WAY 

NEARLY ‘ a ACRE 
^js Charming Seml Tudnr 

UFAT ^ detigtHful family home uffrnag 

nr-rv > dignify ajyd charm set am-xigit 

situated Jn treoa and ahruh* with Iwckgmund of 
hua and fP ' 1 afatefy lira, fealuring l.R with 
rami. fireplace, FI*, aeparale dining nn. large kil- 
Brigta elac kit- chen. 4 pr balhnum. 3 laic* bdrma 
l f-pre holhraum down plus ilallroae to unfinished 

i Lively Inune f-ir afllr ufTerlnc apace for 3 r\ltq 

flOXIi mn Mi bdrma Kull basement. (KI M heal, 
Raa. EVHRI . ** *ews« 

Full Price $16,500 
■S^ «W000 do«n) 

Y HOME B Cufegraie. 

creative Ivtte hmne 2-3441 -y nr alte EV 3 «g 


SEAFRONT 
SHELTERED BOAT 
MOORING 

SPACIOUS 2 BEDROOMS 
PLUS SELF-CONTAINED 
SUITE 


I A charming treed lui Cunalnn- 

l|i«. eouinmeni and taainterane* 

ueyvod rrm aa * 

4 Aie 14 veara 3 aioeey opew aUir- 
row AH rnuri down and un 

itflk 

Tb,- la a untawa hone Kull pure 
*11 2* View al any lime *•• res’ 
•tig axrluatve a- reri' Mr mnam**.' 

■4-1134. res 24M 


ROOMS WITHOUT 
CEILINGS 

THE NEATEHT SUBURBAN 
HOME POfcSJBLE 

the TREES 


tow fbiwn Payment 
( BEDRIXIMS 
'argr Llvlnj R.ssn 
Evr* Large Kurbrn 
Drive-In Garage 
Roughed in Ruqnpua H -ail 

$8750 

femrally l.is-ated 
Oean and Well-Cared Kor 
Nicely Land aca wd 
onaiala of Llv Rm.. Knrhen aid 
1 BEDROOMS 

Payment* as I xrm a< *4* PIT 

D"**n Paym't to Sun Y.ai 


Wvtra Urge liytng moan with 
dining area, large electric 
ktirfica. tarn bedruoma and 
balh on tat floor. Self-coa 
Uincd aulia ix extra feed- 
room* and bath aa lower 
level, wtlk cal rear a la 
gradaal alopfag lot lo rxraf- 
lent boat fadlille*. Largs 
surfaced patio ofl liviag 
r«gp. The beaaty eg this 
progeny ratine be see* from 
Ihe street (Zl.tOO. Ti new 
call MR. HARRY ATKEY 
anytime, bualaea* 10-41*1. 
re. 2 U«K 


Approaimately 1 aerr. 
have bee* left alanduig with laan 
“ Thera are Infs of 
with feared 


brlwrea them 

pUn:a and ahruba • _ 

pa-os Thr house ha> 2 bedraxns 
and ta mod era appcoKlmalely S 
years old. The ass nr- u leaving 
tow* Can be Mewed by APPOINT¬ 
MENT ONLY For quick gal* 
priced al 111 SOD-sw terms 
Call Lcgie Dona at 284 42S4 anyiime 


CRAIGDARROCII 

$14,900 

Charming older tlyle 4 hedmom 
and den hume in thu prime hu-a 
li.-n. quirt jet hand) bi duwnlijwn 
Vtiinria. In spiles* ixmditl.irxAvilh 
parfirularly liively <wk ftudrs m 
den. dmmg room athl epaersrs liv¬ 
ing man New package cil heal 
and all this fur only Ilf.*30. A|» 
p-.immenl fn vteir. Call Jat h 
Mean. EV 2-77(11 anyllme 


1650(1 

113* TAUNTON ST 
' rtfn Large Knrhen 
2 Hr-lrm* KKII Baa* 
Newly Decorated 
“n Pay mi and Monlhty 
Paymrraa to Saif4 You 


FREE! 

Information on Building 
under NHA 1 

NO OBLIGATION LET US SHOW 
YOU QUALITY WORK AT A HKA 
SUNAHI.E PRICE! Oft QUALI¬ 
FIED BUILDERS ALL HAVE HAD 
AT LEAST 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE 
BUILDING HOMES IN VICTORIA. 
YOU ARE Y.’f.rOM” TO THIS 


WITHIN YOUR MEANS 


atvndmg hum*, phone Mr* Mac nan m Park Living rm 21x12 won 
William or Mr*. Wallace EV VKTM brick KP. rah e| kitchen wilh lai g* 
— KV 4'4* — CR 1-1421 eating area A pr bathroom S -■* 

NHA m.>rt*»ge Taxes *324 NET. 

EXCLUSIVE Full Price $15,950 

$8500 Bruce Coleatave. 

*> EVJ.24M. day or ml. EV •*.« 

Slorsw 'wgai-r quiet Irew lined 
draws Close m aty MM and attn> 

png. hill la wanes it id heal, aep- tiicu t-t l- t ic-t- 

aral* garage 3 Iwxbunms. ixmiv MUiM T-leK LAKE 

«”»y J'W HK «»■«"»• 0 'jMnc aivi 3 BR S—LARGE LOT 

krudien Perfeii hw amali familv 

nr is-uresp Nice garden Call Mi* Very atlrarlive 2-yt uM alixx" and 
P.pea EV VK1V4 nr GR siding lungaluw with ipiii sr«k* 

n >f freiurmg modern c*h *1 kit - 

OAK BAY BORDER * 

nan aq ft. i* mildera home Ju*i 3 «: and brR-k Fl*. 4-pr hathrm The 
veara .44 Charming living naan, half bade merit feature* * finished 
»(HI a*t*nri kiioww with adysrang fee rr. laundry and furnaia in. 
cb lung area * roomy hsdnnma. (M>W heal, separate fare nr 
Fu h aa ema nf. <dl furnace Nicely p u |J Prir-a *13 Vfeft 

larnWrav-d amt aituatrd .■ a dr e u “ S* **"*•**" 

l.ghiful rr-eorefU Full price Ml Son Brace Coieerave 

Call Mr* Pipe* EV y»T»4 or EV F_4«l day «r mte BV!"* 


Do you wajtf to own a 
home? Well, then hare's a 
city Froom home situated 
Hue lo reerealjua, shop- 
ping and towa Aak In iea 
Ihla asm Full price *11.418 
Call Lon Chaney today at 
GR HU. 


DOUGINAS IIAWKES LTD. 
817A FORT ST. 


99 OF AN ACRE 
Uniurpaihed View 
■gnciiaa living room wilh FP. 
PBnoty dining room Hngni modern 
Tu.i large BRa and dm 
.it KP nr Ihud BR Brcakfaal 
•utaiy room R*mpux room wtih 
d ear in large patio l'a bathfixuna 
icpara'e garage 

.Full Price $ 20,000 

■MM* to handle• 

rvtlusl** with ERIC DAY. ptvoe 
EV J-KT3T and KEN HOWARD, ph 

EV 2-4*24 *T oBic* EV 4 O 


«;r pua 


NEW HOME 1 


fmmediale orixtpamv. li-'ve 1.1 

Beach Drive amt M-wtercy tK'h.«4 -WEEKEND SPECIALS' 

Thu excellent family hum* has 3 

he.lroiunv. gmid-iior living ro»>m l Ttwve bed noma, full haaemen' 
with flirplni-r aeparale dining (VtVNf hr*t. In' UIH13» double 
raxn k 13x12 Large kitchen with garage Prow *tn ww *?oo down 
n-e-k. Kull tigarmcnL ml pxikagc 

uni. t."t i« «r\tl3 Taxes imU i Nrtriew ihree I ext room i. 1 1*1 
*311. Tu view, cwl .,1 C G C.ublv •*! H-. full hoaement ciiwe !•» 
or A. K Gower. EV 5-77'JT anj w-h-'ka. «mJy *12 460. *l.(Wl 
lime. d.nva 


SKYLARK HAVEN 
GORDON HEAD 


CADBORO BAY 
CHARACTER HOME 
ONLY $16,500 

This liter TUdr-iiyled home la 4e 
Itghtfully ailuaied -*i large b*. 
hraatifully landaraped and harking 
nn a treed are* giviti* a truly roral 
air In a cf.oe-ia home large LR. 
bep. DR. lx* ktlrhra. 3 bedrm* 
■pace In attle far 3 rooms Phurw 
ROW Call R-« »-M. M434M or 
3*2 dJT* THIS WILL NOT LAST 
AT THIS REDUCE I) PRICE 


Yea. Ihe English tiiyiark ran 
he heard puunng rai ita 
■ tig above Hub fawged 

apui Here you can purchase 
* 1 bedroom omiemprarv 

style hungslow with u.ooo 
d.am Marine view Finished 
lei room m FC hnarrarm. 
OD-M heal. Elerirle range 
and fridge Included. Quick 

t oaraauai Reduced price 
7 901 Call Mr Harris 


DOUGLAS REALTY 
LIMITED 

1718 Douglas Srret EV S. 

IOdb Hudi m i Bay *mr»I 


anytime. 


TWO FAMILY HOMES 


OAK BAY 

Near Uplands Golf Course 
Quiet InraibW. apaciuu* from hun- 
I'aluw with ] 52U <q ft fl syr area 
All ouk floor* High bami Nmelv 
landaraped deep lot Fur qualily 
and value are this .ste 

PRICE $21,500 

1 Pearson EV 2 <1** ■* 

Res KV 3 4757 


HAPPY RETIREMENT 
JUBILEE AREA 
SPOTLESS CONDITION 

M-idem alumi, full bbaement bane 
vumairvled bv ereea lawtw Bhrola 
ami ran. Living rm with .ak 
flisuni and fireplace, 3 gisxf bedrms. 
bnahl and cheery elector kltrhrn 

with dimng area. 4-pre bath Full 
basemen' with dr-in garage. ■*■- 
heat and extra rm. Orar Idle 
Full prue only *10 'em on with gi»id 
terms. Exclusive listing with j 
M.mt*. EV 4.J94K GR 7 ZT3 


CADBORO BAY 
NEAR BEACH 


4‘* r . MORTGAGE 

re*li on thia 3-brdnsim. full ha-e. 
ment htane. A rral ranlv throe 
day*. H.t* 4lb heated brdnsim in 
basement Nice big yard, plav ground 
near hr Ihe children 

Price $14,500 

Ph. H llitlermafi. KV 4-24X1. ft 
your down payment. 


:>S MY ItWNKR. LARGE SEPARAT 
) family n»an plus 1 lodeuana llvu 

u an. naan, kill hep. dining nmm at 
>nwla- utility naan Makes Hub an Ide 
Freiu-h' family home Fenrvd Ug. ebae 
living wfbed* aad afbdip'ae !■“ *H 

ak nan! Will * ' * C.StU »«« Pa-men 

uhraan "• tt" raiudutg taxes GR 4-3240 


Canpare this drlightful four- 
texlnsim hume w.Ui aay 
•akers you have seen leua- 
fiiet. garden and view all 

exrrpfkwal Duly * yra old 
Rrquire* *7.SOU dusan pgv- 
tneeil Cbarlntle Racial. C'U- 
0 «> Realty, EV 4-2321 


S S DUPLEX 

Sew exiiumvr listing Built bv 
owner, excellent construitum. Se 
iiua.'tn with a walcr vui*. Idea I- 
for a ruuple wanilng c-unf-al and 
revenue (ine aide hai LH wilh KP 
DR. thru hall, kil and utility 3 
HR* t-pr Iwlh fkher ante hat eni 
hall. LR vroh gas KP. 1 BR m<sf 
feat and hath rents at 175. Illness 
f.-rres sale. M.<*» handlr* bal In 
vendor at »!.*i PIT 

FULL PRICE $21,500 

Mrs f.rravrs EV 2-*7»4 anytime Ti • •»» 'e s'.jc... r-v-age *e> ttnong 
•(•*-« arel hnt'a hai all ihe eum- 
fer and appeal that y.at are bxw 
mg fix'. ', laxement. lit heal ami 
th.s 2 RR aep irate garage Grate-! am.yij 
tie! atreel lovely h-m"X in th* T.iwn and 
thru hall. C xtn'ry arm Tha c»y liltle home 
rah. el« run be t»ugh: wuh a In diMn 
«- room, pavmrat f.x lull price d ITKln it 

’u. n"*' i” w,u '■* rMh *'ih *1 tbbt uff. 


MF.ARS 4 WHYTE 
OAK HAY HEALTY LTD. 
31-s OAK BAY AVESI'K 


This is an uri«cnl, 
genuine request 

1 have a buyer lor an AiwUmenl 
ftl.e-k - with suhatanllal ra*h Ta 
M-k tnu»t be mudrm type anl 
showing g.«yd relurn on hi* AUlar. 
If you h-sve auih a block ideas* 
phone mv Immediately with. ta- 
tinancing. in all probability we'can 
arrange a complete „ lh „|,. 
y .-2 I will act .« thl* immediately, 
liras* Ph- H Bttterman EV vpaxt. 


RANDAU. S LTD. 

121 Pbnd'ta Ava. EV 


$500 DN - 4 BEDROOMS__ 

MONTREAL TRUST 

new cal (urnarr It >i*i have a Bit. COMPANY 

family thl* I* fur VO" Ha. 2-rm „ „ ' . 

In law iuii«. bio. Full price of * 10 .- 10 . 1 ? h ort St. .786-2111 

li*' mrludea enough palnl lu A' m- 

si* and oaf and y«i d-' lh« wairb SKfUGGI FRS fYlVV 
— *li Dunedin *1 'pb-e do tvi COVE 

disturb ureupantai then phone Mr delightful home situated 

Jaw*. »Mlil for appouttmrai lo n*n. on the oc«*it frail with 
*<* maid* Panoramic v:*w*. Beaufilul laig* 

^ i '“l"* rreim, dining room. J Bmf- 

kasafe r<«Wfruction C<v Lid room* plus den Maati-r bedn-im 


•Nrw Swerve lo (Wini (!ur%«*7*— 
(.ontriLHt Oealen Empire Drama 


'barer All * hneli duis-u bungal-M hying 
leaign and rorrn with KP. dining riabn ent 
lent talar and thru hall harUwurxl rluura. 2 
Rim Wood large bedroom* and Pembroke halh- 
p-m rab elax kitchen with hi'i 

_•< i-up'swrd*. full tmaement. tin 

•■bed rumpus non with KP. extra 
bed risen unflalahrd 1 -plrer hath- 
ro.im ['kg oil furnara. large »urk- 
abop. attached garage. Ground at] 
ianrpraped with fruit tree* Kull 
price Its SOU (Tear ’itle 
Call 24/ Nudbury. GR Vlad eves 


OAK BAY 


BC. LAND 

Me Insurance Agencies Ltd. 

*23 Goverdmetil Street 
llember Multipla Lining Service 

OAK BAY 

RETIREMENT HOME 

Excellent nn afep atuero Wmawlnar 
With oil h.M water beating. Living 


LOOK! LOOK' 
REDUCED TO $6,950 

We Cinaidar Ihu wail-kepi, rider 
I - lie 1 ur 4-hrdronm bungal-w a 
reel r ■ d buy al ttus reduced price 
Kwwment. HA furnara heal N* 
ige ha etna* hi. (gf De*l|ll> Si. 

J M Tay Inr EV 4-921*1. 
evea EV I4W>2 
Taybr Spinal Lid. 


MUST BE SEEN ’ 

Cnt! Mrs V. R,-her-s fix exclusive 
sh.sung n-w. EV 3 SI *7 nr »A' 2 l»*B. 
.Newxieiul Rewliy Ltd 


OAK BAY 

5 rm itui-ii liungubivv ui'li 

nl Extra r.xn with fue- 
si D Malic. AtU. m-d garage. 

?^!r mint hr m M 

Asking SI 2.500 


GORDON HEAD 

Immaculate 1-brdmnm t»«n* small 
dm ng item, benaiiful aa. ktirhrn 
with hrrakfaai tiar. u'llllv. riala¬ 
ment ha* rumpus mm hatr-cum- 
p*eicd. Neat and clean, ■e 1 ' J pars 
oid *3,5*1 down. N II A. «,•! mort- 
ga3« fehall pnee 11* 4.30 
Allan klenman, Evea. EV 2 4S93 


I^VKF- mu. 

5 room tturro home, over 1.21X1 »u 
II on imply landseopod lot. 4T>yl3U 
Lgr. LR. 12x3ft. wilh KP. DR 12x14 
wtttr French d*.or* opening onlu Ige 
•undib-k. Ige cab elec kit with nrok 
ipare. 2 tgc BR* and 3-prr la!h 
cenlrr hall plan wllh entrance hai 
KC bsmt with txirg BR. OO-M 
heat Nice driveway lo carport See 
thi* excellent home today. 

Only $13,950 

Mr Vint. EV 54744 anytime. 


WATERFRONT 
$700 DOWN 


rsim with oak flour and open lirc- 

C ace. 2 hedr »>ma 4-piece p-mhroke 
chrunm. large kilrhen with eating 
arn. utility rrsxn and ai.bogc 
rssbtl. Lame aep*rate garage 

Pricu $10,950 

<3*11 Mr Hone. EV4-3i»S anytamr 


25.17 SINCLAIR 

_ Lovely three-bedroom blmost now 
X home altuated close to the Univer- 
X • ' campus fmmarulate rneidltlnn. 
X Very attractive Livin* rrsan. din- 
X ma area Lsrgr palhi with mag- 
X nifieenl views. Delightful specious 
X kltrhrn wilh hreakfatl nonk Master 
hat powder room Kull 
hai beautiful finished 
oom plus Inta of atiragr 


FAIRFIELD 


1mi*ae *• - -v <*; • Wi ll ji , n-d 

ia-nan Iront ’-ut . M li i-huek 
> si can jet your t. at uui to 
ihe irrsn The ba>e Is a role, 
m-ili-rn 2 -i»xlri»m auinmalic “il 
’■unyaliav wilh Ihe nlccai layout 
■ rf garden y«i ever saw complele 
with |hs f• *ml l>ar?ieque pit. Pn.-i" 
Try 24.93*1 with *C per nornth 
Call Frank Whitfield BV 2-»tl7 ir 
EV V(l510. Newsiead Really t.id 


* YEARS YOUNG 
X 

V A ro-slern and *i*i iou» lv>me X htdi 
X I'B-ated in a more recently X bast 
X developed part of ihi* fine X rum 
X residential arra’ The well- X and 
X appointed interior la a pleas. X see 
X are lo aee You II find if is X end 
X sraublv designed and dffir- X mer 
X aied wllh exielleru taste 1 X 
X There are 4 hedroumi on* X 
X id them 'in the completely X ■ 

X nnished haaemenf which a'wy X 
X fealuree a hath and an ex- X 
X panalvr recfualwei P"»n fir- X Vrr 
X 'ttwd l» expert rraTamen! X er a 
X The fenced .n lot la neauti- X, mal 
X fully landwaped with abruh* X ver; 
X and yaing tfee * 1 Many e»tra X owr 
X leatune* A* owners f X K-n 
X ing Hast. It mus< aeli quirk X *tev 

J *> 0 


OAK BAY 
WILLOWS BEACH 

Snacious 2 l>cdr>nm siucro hunga- 
le.v With ag.JRIlll' HOT WATER 
h.'iting Large - oanhtnalsat living 
and dini"g p»to aith open firo- 
ptsi-e DEN M sfes-n kitchen with 
ealm* area, c jmtitnation rangr. 
md*e and Auto washer mrhaded 
Extra rom In taacmrnt Sep*nun 


CEbAR HILL 
SIIELBOURNE 


VIEW ROYAL 
$10,500 

Her* i* aa csqiusb From Uavga 
low. 3 hednoma. Ige living room 
plus duung area. Oil heal Sp lieaslv 
clean mside A cxwTier. lot for Ihe 
gardeaec with ihruha and flowers. 
Easv. eaiy term*. Ste* view 
Ml Randall, eve*. EV >2447 


PROUD OWNER 

Will van nitre I hi* • room m 
La 1 r llill bungalow l.xm -q u 
bdro-mx. L shaiH -1 LR ami DM 
pee Pembroke lath, uiiiiiy r. 
for sesaher and dryer I mips, u 
ntn R.M4 «a*a 2%>CWiee 
2HK' PIT Sitir Price *!2.5(*> P 
Ludlow EV 3-4356 at J H » 
1- Dir A fi, I.M 


lljfl aq fl. of auperhly huill home, 
immaculate condition now- liemg 
oflered fur the first time is yeari 
ItrV* L-Shaiwd llving-dinmi: < ra 
hmail-m with ni«. brick fire plan*. 
*.*' e «aver m.sfern kl'i hen. 1 '^1 

rooms, _4-plecr hsthroum with 
vnnfljc and sliding aluminum glass 
hath doors, auinmalic mi h-S wslnr 
hasehoanl heating. semi-finished 
rcereaunn room, drlvr-ln (mrsje 
and a large rhlld-sirod lid CxT.'it 
ImpiDkiole lo dupllcale at the pnee 


r.sjuirrd Exclusive Listing. 

PRICE $16,800 

Ft appt in vf*w. please rail Mr 
Vinen. Yd-2634 anytime 


*• JOHNSTON 


GORDON HEAD 
SEA VIEW 

net^h-hit l-iiedronsn girot hunga- 
Irab, . frolur.ng living room wuh 
fireidaer. aeparale dining n»*n 
mahogany luvabed lairhesi end 
uUlltv room. Kull Iwtemepl Drive- 
in garage Rra. 'naUe dawn (»)- 
menl 

Price $17,500 

Plraae call Mr Vinen 2 ^ 22*6 arty 
lime 


RANDALLS LTD 


MRS M I. GEARING 


KV 4-4104 


COMPANY 

LTD. 

1>« BROAD STREET 
(K R «lu YEAH 


2*42111 ur 1*311594 


FULL PRICE 


X ONl-Y *1172(1’ X 

X x 

X Easy trim* al 4X Exclusive X 

X agent. Mr Hegen of New X 

X stead R -alty Lid EV 5-9117 X 
X tea EVYSHBJi. 34 hour - X 

X aeevlce 

k x x x x x 


OAK BAY 
WILLOWS BEACH 


JAMES BAY 

GARDENER'S DELIGHT 


CUTE AS A RUTT1 »N 
NEAT AS A PIN 
*■ “ llli.aai 
GoRlhiN HEAD 


Look What We Found ! ! 


RANCH STYLE within 1 block of, 
beach, arhnoti. afore*, tiuaei axil, 
l.vlne duung. large feature Ure 4 »i*''e 1 
•et ling to flow wlm*«v« Cabinet 
kitchen, vent (an. laundry utility 
room. 2 liednxall*. 4 piece hath- 
room, adlacenf wnatl room roughed 
in for second vsm ty hathraran l-ad 
room, ltd* of atorage in tnuli-in 
ra'nnets throughiiut house, drying 
rablnet Convenient 1 level living 
Newly fmiihrd HARDWOOD 
FLOORS in main runmi. large ea 
rug.- Kreurb d"cr* lo pall'' — 

Dt NLEVY Phone owner 477 1221 


$73 PER MONTI! 


Sparkling dean and only five veara 
'".it today this maybe thr find' v-m 
have hern looking for Do you re 
quit* Ivvi hivtri-ima, i-olored tilunUi- 
ing. a family kneben and lotn cl 
space for ihe knh nr di u« to rran’ 
Secluded, d a t>erfci-t f,,r ihe small 
family or cnuole Try v,,ur tprm« 
3vk-7231 a.-nf.mi- 
ftnhhn Muchell 
C'difty Really 


V X X X X X 

FOR HALF- BY OWNER 
Juai a .'me afepa un lo Ihe from 
at-air of tMt-gusy 2 -hedrootn Sturm , 
r -laarment hungalik* in lha Burn- 
aide Ttlltrvun are*. Living ri»>m 
am fireplace and harden'd flvk'e*. 
Nice kifehen wllh cnmhlnalUai ga¬ 
ts, range electrte hot water tank 
Tnierw iatihrolim and throualL hall, 
altached garik^ adth asftall work 
ah Ml I*- Ibeage brea. Situated on 
g.-l oar lot. Sn' 1 . 1*7 on aewer 
• e m laaa ainp. ahoptung are* and 
lawn lending gt*s« 44 down, 
full pure 47 «1 Aiiual ta»«■* lea. 
loan 411*1 par year utvaw EV 4 0147 
»5^T, ( run 

In Fairfield *1 *<r Aiw-n line V 
).»« aim-, u bungalow at 244 stan- 
•wrd IT huill in '2n. ml hid water- 
heal bee aetside <p(e**e (Vqt't dia- 
1 U'W irsupontai thru Cldl Mr fijbes 
ynatisi hr appointment Full prlre 
*11 :m Quick pnaarasliei 

Kaaapi Cunairui'tlur Cu Lid 
342N Duuglaa 3W.S191 


SWAN LAKE 
Attractive Skiing Bungalow 

Secluded gaeden In ihruha and 

lawns Extra M avajialde C"H- 
alst.ng o4 a through hall, living room 
wnh wait '.--iiaall rart»S aixf fire- 
place large ktlchen m ludmi range 
Fpt ha'hroom' ar*t 2 he-fpsans. 
Tt-rma Available 

Full Price S6.W 

r Carpenter. EV 4.S3M anytime 


PRINTED 

PATTERN 


RICHMOND 

JUBILEE 


IS a pefe-’i-et In lamlscaping. Very 
retdom •<> "• have an mqactumty 
to offer such a neat m »lern home 
in this sought-after distncl for the 
koa. loa* once ol I10.50U Excellent 
lerma ran be arranged An now 
Cad J'-bn Wal.fi F.V 2-M17 or 
GK7 *»T7. Nawaieod Realty Ltd. 


LANGFORD * COLWOOD 
$500 down 

Very attractive 2 -hedroom home 
P- ttale 3i lanfe living rom, fire 
pi.xre A garten-r's parad.se with 

greenhouse. KP grsoi 

SI,000 down 

Nearly n-w 3-hedroom hume ,n Glen 
lj>ke PnBartie*. futl baaemeni. 
large KV- KP *13.ri«l 

Grant * Jenkins Resl Ettale 
434 Golds! ream AVc Langf'ird 
Dpi-n Ult 4 p m Sa funks) a 
- Ph 474-1729 

~ 478-3SU 


'tr.xr RXYUS tXl vSTttl CTK>N 

- BUILD YOU A HOME OF 

CHOICE LOT INCLUDED. 

__ AS LOW AS I! DOWN , 

GUARANTEED WORK MANSHIP 

... SALKS OFFICE 

. pHo.se ANY 

_ H BLAKE 

TAYLOR STITTAL LTD 


w. Two colors create a smashing impact in this .. 

£*, Empire-curved sheath designed "by the -sure hand of ycrti 

««> Oleg Cassini. It’s definitely a one-piece dress In the __ 

original navy hluc created the holero effect beneath *ju 
"ew ,h,> slice of white neckline »nd above the stemmy skirl, 
mg Whili- the two-level scoop neckline seems to curve 
’full dangerously low. it's really cut for both comfort and 
•"> flattery For Summer, we suggest the sleeveless ver- 
— won. But he sure to make another version come Fall 
that neat, cuffed sleeve line is too smart*to pass up. 

Kuii Printed Pattern A877 is available in misses* sizes 
8. 10. \2. 14. 16. 18. 

3 yards 35-inch fabric. 

r*d! Send one dollar for Printed Pattern A877 to The 
Daily Colonist. Pattern Department. 60 Front Street W., 
li* Toronto. Ont. Please print plainly your name, address 
with zone, style number and size 
*>m Next week Watch for a Prominent Designer pat- 
U) . tern by Gothe. 


NEW NHA 2 BEDROOMS. J BATH¬ 
ROOMS SS2U l>WV TO AP- 
PROVED PURCHASER GR 4-4237 


UPPER LANSDOWNE 


$500 DOWN 


3 BEDROOMS 


OPEN HotrSE SAT. SUN. 

450! ALDERLEY 
■l. Lake arxa. 3 bedrooms. NHA 
M>bt level Sunken living room 
ahi- dining sre*. rumpua room 
sSurksIvih. sundeck. lovely view 
Prlre xij.SUfi S2.aWI down Phoni 


dUbm tu large living rams and 
dimag naan, ram'rnalbai ktr'en 
and familv muni, llf-ie mil- 3 •- i- 
rooma an inr main (V«» with double 

nlumh.ng (f— fHe.wn doxvnralr* 

• iih evr* i<4um„hg a;«l largr ur 
rmtahpd rernalM ft i !»E l.i'XK 
■ I - - V r A ot FF.itED .' 
'*• ■*> call RAY RAWNSLEY 
&Y 2 IT 1 any nme 


EigH kmatl ei .shth vim. lerrorad M ,g ^.r hegled In M. A,.,nr,' 

!»■«■ »v h shrubbery ami "*i<* Value IJD.I 2 M k« it mate ur 

Cedar ..ding 2-BR tome rolh 1.4*3 „wn aonoJtei We nj, ..-e7 

in ft mj.ta fV..r 2 V living mm- ,”..1 trnmmUr aelimT s« 47 « 

dining ruuro wllh marble flreplara reowmi ww roil mg ax. «•* 

and •uper Trflaa rug Rumoua mm HY OWNER ATTRACTIVE NEW 

Size 16 sleeveless dress reauires ut i<*arm*ni sis.wo ss nha mi home -m tmausiiuiiy treed w-arr* 

S» 4» PIT 1SS4 Snni Pt F.» a&- la Ceairal Saafurtl 2 hedr-.ima and 
piuntmnd phone b»Hn family roam Utvav GR 4-14*1 

2-YR-i'iLD 2-HR^HUME ELEC CAB 
kt rotfi diaet.e Gahape LR-I2R. 
Ate inral OO-M beat. *14 SU) 


ESQUIMAI.T 


Sunday and Evening- Ph. 
Stuart Hamilton 


WATERFRONT.. LARGE LIVING 
rouno. dinrtie. ethinet kllrhen. 3 
hednamns. finished recresiiun n>»n 
siigrhed garage Pnvatr boat d.»-k 
Chtiire area. 3-miie rtrrlc. Phone 
M Lund. 3H4294I at Island Homes 
Lid 


GORDON HEAD. SKA VIEW 
-year-oid. 1.23s aq ft., full baa* 

*i 3 -hedriaim hranr. lnraled m 
quiei r rear ent. rloae in arhuafs. 

W-ni Kull price only 113.40ft 

1 -- -VACANT POSSESSION VIEW coo 

DER 4.ROUM HOUSE WITH Rojal 3 hedronma lull basement. _=~--- 

--men' near toil snd •■■rr. new ; .rara old. U3.3no. leim*. UNIQIR 2-REDH(KHM HOME Nr 

•’ and ''-.ring, giaal imial rtH- Call Shirley Aladorf Colony Realty i*x*-irienl South Oak Brn, Oil hast 
CL I4J1IR or niters EV 3-1197 Ud EV 423SL KV 4 34*U 


FLASH 


1 Aire Country aim,*- 

- - -. —frm lovely. Nn step 

- -JAMES BAY- 3-BEDROOM HOUSE. «»r- Bung 0-0 M Draible •. 

CHEAPER TAXES AND (all remrnt ba«-roent new Otl-O raer A REAL GEM WITH Gf* Il 
belter Rvmg. aee liram 4 Jeftkma Vatw heat wtnng and plumhing TERMS Mrs R»m»d*le. EV’ 1-4111 
al Langlotd. GR 41723. F 'Ml vmtmr EVKSH .or KV FXki. MrCandlrW Keai'y. 















.—. . 


lit houw rot SALK 


j. h. wifnroME 

* CO, LTD. BID 1 

m »urt street cvi«u3 


GORDON HEAD 
CUTE AND COZY 



ONE OWNER MODEL 

To borrow k pkraae thtt tetlsMI* 
*-> r-gUl h«ia ha* l«a moot nik 

telly ■.iigkiar* h» its 

Bwll ra ■ *>►» 


lit- HOUSCS POR SALl i lit MOUID POR SALI 


HARRY 
FOSTER 
LTD. ' 

Opposite "The Bay" 

IT* DOUGLA! 


E E. HEATH 

Kfi Yale* «r**t EVMira 

• MOTHER'S DAY 
SPECIALS 
BANK STREET: 

Near QUBOUefcaB 

fMI 


Ill COUNTRY HOMIS AND IIS 
raOtlRTHS 


WATtRfRONT 

PROfIRTIIS 


BRENTWOOD 
PROPERTIES LTD* 
Lnvety wMt wl|t> k_p»Hrl 


B-EA-U-T-I-F-U-L 
WATERFRONT 

- - — . HOME 

**-vn A (rmo ra J r«rww*r^r 'TI? I*!?.’..-™ 

tawnwil in,**, liriM TTu. Im A^CH ORAf^E ^ *ur ■ P 1 ** 1 ”* 

now aociikM*. man a w* I UTitni Tn mStr«nvriti^>rinr 

«l» AT *U.nffi with r gown! uul^A^rn'r Arri^ 

4 la kuw welting fur her Emma,, knak>» '1 bedroom*' ag hrat. icif, "Si iJIJtXi 

rulkM mntern tuur bagroata bua- 1 am trrag uU lawn iota atari Air.,, airi—TJJ fSv i 
■alow. MalM room. wttb nnppiarr. aaa Prlval. » 

Wanting «kwl kllcboa. Ranpui 9 mvW> wall-built Lbedrtawn 
room wgh fireplace. Ajutde plumb- bconr Perfect condition_Betb bum* 


nIm .W but «mirr telloa ElwirM Mak ground. BIM< HOOD dram, 
'""iwalar Everything tor M.Ahoea balance *lffi pa* month. at floor 


586 BAXTER AVE 



Prlval* kectwleil 

OUjy FOUR MILES __ 

enV CENTRE. Yau will Jam tba{ 
nriuaa modern bungalow. Bvary- 
iataa high riaaa bimioa wanar 
»lewa from THT. LIVING ROOM. 

«Vfwe K*JSf gjsfMwM 

^ Sidney 


-- I m t n m N a lt vtomo'uni hr caah. 

llRia beta* la appnndmaialy mi**n Citbl»,»«) 


Ptop<tUm Ud. 


rm 


111 WANTS® TO tUY 


DO YOG WANT It 

SOLD 

oa jutr luted* 

P n War t y llatad wttb aa 
will raeaiva Iiaa.r4'gia 
attanbra. an manor 
wbaat it 

Greater Victa 


nwvlra la Mlllag 

CTh iTTI* /ST 

gVM»«r a aji t l at a 

sn sssriui 4 ”"*” 


TOWN LEY STREET: 


2631 CEDAR HILL RD. 


Neb CM aaibrrum wttb tewed IU 
•urea am vatety. , 

ebra toUow aa ainiWt .y«__pUw 
wilb good aawarattir r-ran Iba II 

hi i bedruoai. u» all rare LJ»«tR; - „ —„„ », „ 

Thera la a tuU bearmrot LOVELY. LOVELY »ROOM BL N- baw-manl «tih flMatwk rw m Drlv 

* iva la (ui|i. rwuibatia nttnywa GAL owr lull haaamaW- » ft I- raraar Bat Aww raw 

and trail awiu.- iaawl:) root ttc. n.aaa wtta Jw l aal iM <0 Ira arbwda parka. 

LOCATION* Trwad and batrtH bma#' Oua*« dur tonalkw A ImaatWal* vVWty 
V» a*r» In rial ft' Tvaa ban la (ta ta 

' "urtmTW FULL PRICE 111550 * *** 

f t a*i «*» 


CHEN la a DREAM wf.h aa aiany 
• • • . RIHI.T-IN rwntmartla and axiraa. 

Cabinrt* n< «uiiaTH'r auallty Tba 
. DINING ROOM wnar it almuat 
North Saanlctl Mias tor o.>nvtnlrnca and aaian. 

„ THE LARGE LIVING ROOM wttb 

*r,2GORDON HULME LTD. l 

Open Saturday Bfffc ,WE 

El .'ZrJ& r£ & sww grmih SS-* ^ 


UPLANDS 

HOME 


& a* W#< 

■aina du wak tr _ _ 

rsrjrafw 2 Tfp” 

i m EUl Traoa. DM* Bay 


tea 1 bad- cuaaraltn 


A rmall d.aaw pat 



i »s* “»h ,,, jsss* -■ 

^ §UNtcK *. 

*■ » * M. *" Wtwrr >, « rtirtarm raa kav* that 

•_ a«m.in>hrra >au uatd to «n)uy and 
" ali'l bar. iha adranlajr of r»d 
adaaoU am < ommanily IrUowafclp* l 


WANT A 

3-BEDROOM HOME? 

WELL. THU ISN'T IT 

fe thara raaiy Ua‘t 

la rradlaa farttwr. Tr«# aaay attar. --- _ 

femr uruaiad la Itw Hl<b Qwg; lorrly «r, owta Tab*. .My «1» .. 

PRICE 113.950 M-thWB dat r B _ 
bnm aa jdfcr r»TP raaoWa. wttb 

_ _ _ hwawa fta t ; 

flrruiiir«T~ a diWaa room - that wUI KV 3-MB aaytuna 

Wtwrmulalt that dtalaa waRr that, 

ka twra in iba lanulv ■> long --- 

«al m lad ami WW1 *»“ J»-| 

2S,fT6rat-***£ *5mIS?i family HOME 

finwl a Jblv: Drw ter—. EV 2-43A JN 

* K ' “. A PARKLIKE SETTING 

(Exclusive) 


fiwir *tw* I "BRENTWOOD BAY" I a?atV^ra.?e 

A miwbim yamw-m mw urJSa'pU-r':^ 

,.w I am. 4 Clbara land WrU-twird- tancwi iha anwtlT BEAl TY .d Uua ^ 

rt ATVrmwr A\?rxnTt , a l ,ir o* T ‘h«T\l ?i»vidfi txit* inejmr n*r LARGE HI'ICALOW lamrlB- extr* n* 

liLaAUalvJiNL A\ fe-Nlit. | Goat u> MJ ammiUet with ttciui.uo., PRICE Belfarva it uf 1 b* n a dmnMi 

. 'IWbi# VLA ! !J?r, f SfeJ rl,L b ™ ,ct for .thlt.W~ 

r ■> pfjcf ■Him JW.IE I a VAVJt AR1.V lUwl -n -- 

GREATER Ttww* hHmat' arw klubim. ‘ut r ?T 
goiaa mo me r'—a and aatung nwaa, DoWiu: *•» 

•tired pvoptr plwnblag OA hawt O—a X. all 1 P * 


Prutaaalonal man. fatally of t 
auiraa four twdraoBBi. Iwo 
fllll baumtai arltb iac. ro 

__, apart. Muat ha a Dlraaaat _ 

Modrru OH-, aatUM. uflrrlna aarluaiun and old 
Hi This full world chart*. Will jay ap In 
. UKfynaaa’a-‘l Ml f Ml. JAMES. Nmibwnlara 
y»K shuP The t warm ml HED- laeurnKi of VEtorla Lid.. EV MfU 

ROOM la aa rxuw. - 1 - 

I alwi. baa Iha Iwrrd 


. n or iv»mT. 

Yteiiifl^-— — 

artiSl WANTED r ! 


529 VIEW ROYAL AVE. ^ T ' , l a“f c |v ^' 

SWEETEST BUY IN 

I VICTORIA' 

I apart want. Ideal lor rallied 
! tr llw young family 


114 PIONRTY Ml SALI 


OCEAN FRONT * 
OCEAN VIEW LOTS 
ON PENDER ISLAND 
mEK nvccTKiN 
MO OEUCATInN 
PRICE EAMS E 

S« DOWN 

JAM BEMDEMriN OB 
DON BOBBINS 
BACA*. A 8WAYME LTD 
EVMtet 


IM 


AND WANTS® 


IN Ilf MATTIE tl TWE InTATB BW 

ITEFWBM WOBGAN JANES. Mb W 

— - - - fiy S 


INVESTMENT 

62 ACRES-ALL CLEARED .. . 

SAANICH PENINSULA 52 wTif ftN..-* 

Evallaat tm, *trw nropafty fcr ml' notice » NENBET given tbal 
drnual aubdlnam. Zanad I* ll.lEB cradltari and aibara haring clalaaa 

a ft lata. Accaaa aa I ruada agalaal Aa aaania al Iha aasra da- 
CLUSIVE LISFIbG. Bang Wtu aaaaad an barahy ragaind la arad 
bandla and prim aagnd thaw Id Ik danlandgaad AdmtaUlra- 

yiQonnn . . Un aim Tun llmt VMtnMa, EC, 

Mr Mini Mr Paawm 'ha fan Un Mb day af Jana A D IBM. 
VfflflWN warm AQUfTK LTD i f' fr -Uif Aiitnitritsii, 
STuJbmt nMnrnm wUJ dtatrtena Iha aald aalnta aaonaai 
ua Hianaaarn. s* >ani aayrun ||M _, u „ H UH« Uaanto. haatm 

__ __ragari EDI) IB U* riatea nf wfeMN 

itbay than hnaa aaltca 

_TWE CANADA TNGWI rfWIET 


EXCELLENT 
BUILDING SITES 


tea nera af gaad tear ted. lo—iad 
wi Ngh groiad. Caa ha aubdlvidad 

to |iwm a v|aw hr nwU hawat. 


Price 15,000 

Mr. Tbiinaa, EV AMU 
Ear A Eiapbana— Lid. 


WATER 


Full Pnc* BU HO-wilA lame VALUABLE .hard n 

appomlmcn: to » 1 *w rail rtuVtT and ttu< mamllouB bua 
■ b| Victor* GRABS* Bate k LEflg THA> iw*ft;v4ku- 
Browu A Son doUan TERMS fTflblDkaill 

____ Pina. DIAL CUFF S TRETC H . 

midttxr m-TOt. Offlca MF*MA 
Raaiiv lm n« Vtrw St 
"■*■ for Cliff Efreirk «r 
LYLE 


Or are an retired and luat w»rl 
and-a- rak*l 


LAKESHORE HOME 


-nrr Iravtoc fm malnlaibl if* “ • l ‘«* Ir«m dty h*ll 

prut Mb' Open T» "fltr* Name an‘W b«-a'«1 S or «bWm hmr « arm *BB ft. of touch, mraabw. 
row ckah pa>ni*nf and m—«ilv'“ ‘'LiT” ck * r lo ,hr ,c *''**<*«. w-wda. lawn Vary al- 


giymriil. 


ra« E E Heath EV MCI* 


only $9600 


*-r - h^i.ww .. ■ - nau. can aar nan re aar 

r:;^ito‘V ^vr iv:ar w “ ,r ™ ■— 

from llw hraii a* Sidney n with ito du*-rbran 

don't you to lh* >aw to lab* ad Dim- Clear Utle 

iranafre ArrusmanU to alnw 
may he made ay phoning John 

Roach. *v*a 7iVM0k 

B W DICKIE LIMITED 

'W. SMI Ito tkand 
Dunai. BC Pkaw TaSSm 


Irani** and *re» private Lumry 
b tnw tn temdbf tvaadlti w haa 4 
3 bnlhmoena. 1 firapiarea 


M- Spaed Mr. O Ee'.K*B» 

GE 5-tlU EV S-MU EV MBit 
Ear A 


WANTED 

A QUALITY FBEDROOM HOME 
CASH OH C.T.M. OfXJO AREA 

£ 1.110* TO IB.0UU. PLEASE CALL 
JY McGILLIVRAY. WA4JE4 OH 
EV SEES. MOftXY * JOHNSTOB 
LTD. 


Oak Bey— Lensdowne 
2-Bedrm Stucco, no steps n . 

ihrten raeirammf te«al la «• aaa Iw ttda wflpned tear 
•lUnK ahap* Fr*lwri am* H *ww€ hme m Ihe Cfflirau Mill 

& 


THE ROYAL TRUST 
COMPANY 


GORDON HEAD 



•WINNIPEG FAMILY’ 

Moving In V tel aria. Require 1 ar I 
■r. hum*, prefer haoamenl but 

Call Mr Maura re Mr 


LOTS OF LOTS 

Namndaa auhdl—lon. N.E.A. Lot 
No. 1* Tarn |*n off Pal Bay High 
way at Golf Training Come It E 

the aaeond Id b g the leR-haad 
•Ida at Vaaalmaa tahare you wnto| 

the black Ion roadway. 

UXTrlltr Prlre K.ioa. 


WANTED 


a raid 1. Aider 


Eg EATTU Or TBB ggTATE 
JOBN rEANC Ik GAVBBA1TB. 
o* un to.hl.ad A—a. rto- 


1 lo IE Arena M Land kauri Pew IN 1 
maula Map ha awtabta tor Enmag Of 

aurtery atuck. toa, 

W MarGBilviay. tor 

Bar A tok—a Ltd. EV b-MlJ NOTICE IB HINKNT GIVEN that 
Ittoakltori and aibart haalag alaiud 
j agalaal Uu aataia al iha ahore da>. 

m.n WEST ROAD «? — * *«* »«**» "t«i"d «• *ate 

- !,UJ |than la Iha and.reigned EaraaMi. at 

1 lota as OU Want Road. 1 dh,W teat Burnt. Vktnrta. BC. halara 
hlurlu wash of Keating X Nd. and|tha lai day af June. ISM after whte 
Waal Saaaark Ed Earn la h acre data (ha t a wan t a WUI dkarlknk Iha 
re town Ntealy tread P—«ar aa. aald aatato amangat part Me aa- 
Loak Mr ore dgna Each tl.UA D. titled thereto haetog regard aaty aa 
Obhar. GRSdEEi. the elate wt whkh they ten bare 

A Banard A Ca LM_ 

NATIONAL TBDNT OOMVANY 


fl* Fret EL 


EV 4 


LAKEFRGNT 
tear ■ acres wttb apnrox. 
af k he treat and a aaila i 
Irani age. Baralend with power, lale- 
phoaa and WATER, and kl] hall 
a mile Iran Um ana Call 
Nell Frame Raa 


pones vo ci 


Financial 


UA 


We haw fuur N.H A lots left 
HUlcraat euhdleklun with elgna u.ia ‘m 

■ham. All Iha Iota « Bitaandan aub- T 
diviMaa bare bare aoM. 


Pleaaa rnnkcl J A McLELLAN 
for parUculare-EV 3 Tm. 

Team At Coandry Raully Ltd. 


vanlajt* at tbk corrmie-rrlajly r neri 

pnipany al aaly FI3UI Low down 
pa) men! 

i RRADLEY DYNE LOTS 
' nogtnrmda and Maples ahutmd on 
tbeaa S-aera lofa I orated near Ard 
now for 
htene bef 
HT» 


pro* 


OAK BAY 
$11,500 TERMS 
■kid S-rucan home on 

aemrni 'kaat. al b*al 

Mtu. J Ito BR* tf* 1 J' k) T , ‘ 1 **■ 
tec rated Lg* Meg k- thcal glare-. 
kae-1 elec auto RW 'anfc aw* op 
her ptping. Ttie lovely LR awl DR 
are Ife and 'dfgbl aad ba»* a 
charm all ihcr witk rupen- 

Mve woe W-io-W ova* HW flaw 
teer lb* I* S W T PaUTcy. 
EV !-OM 


full retnenl 
wait* healing urtl and drive-la 
gacato Fur toll pantndara and 
app.lnlmaai to view ran Mr. 
Wright. EVF&B. raa GR 7-NEa 


FAIRFIELD REALTY 
335 COOK ST. 


pt THE HEART OF THE UPPER 
Lavs downs residentiai. 

AREA - ADJACENT TO TBB 

Victoria university 

CAM PIS 


ELK LAKE 
O-N-E 

B-E-A-U-T-I-F-U-L 
ACRE 

MAPLE. DOGWOODS, 
CEDAR. FIR 
JAPANESE PLUM 
SECLUSION End 
LAKE PEEPS 
ALSO — 

Solid Bungalow. Tec House 
and Gang* 

« SANTA CLARA AVE. M 
addraua—the g rafte d Ante m 
Dri** by mat the week- 


Price Only *15,950 

A. K. Coin IKI-IIX i^] aj 1 SIDNEY 

After affica bom Ml *155 v ''fr l»-r* three-badriMW home riore 
aiitr aoica wan mi 5753 | f , emilM _ Ju .| , ha year* 

I old -ileal for Iha famgy. 

___ FWI price Its.SEA with muonable 

tr.-mi 

Call John DHa Raa «T5-«T3 

TO CLOSE AN ESTATE ctxtr*l saaxich 

_j, v —„ .. .. . . _ Choice half acre cleared 1o4 on 

5^Ti.d KreJ^“ **'" 17.aaa W. 

on a lam? te^.wi'^Tuded k. SAANICH 

” * —iu»d k* tiraa dam. tie per month Weil 

ream. oen. iwo nuiu itvabedreom home hit aul- 
Vuiagm. FM» oa 


OCEAN FRONT AND 
OCEAN VIEW LOTS 
ON PENDER ISLAND 

FREE INSPECTION 
NO OBLIGATION 
PRICE RANGE 
am-B»n 
W, DOWN 

JACK HENDERSON OR 
i*js Roenivs 
HAGAK A SWAYNE LTD. 
KVAPba 



•rrea m [Mag Cour U> 

Ha per m»nth an to* 


Price $13,900 

NEAR BEACON HILL 
AND SEA 

family 


SIDNEY REALTY LTD 01EB 


hmne Peag 

■ driva-tn garaga. full hanrmreU 


Good 2 bed more 


WATERFRONT LOT 
.*2350 


$038 AVONDALE |£=wTte *' " 

■are la a 'hrae-yrareUd. ntodarn, Mmtabm conalka af a 'ar*e living and dan <m toaw. floor: 1 larga bed. Three- - 

bungaJ-m riatdafwe idnaud Hj Rami with firaptoc*^ IdtetoN. «» ream and mnterh Apleca hnlbnxte light. <* lean 
whv la rapidly baeura-ng recug- amir dinrtta. tan bedroom and upMaira Full hnaevnenL aal freanea MRS F 

aiiad urea al-the moat teairaa-e hath Half haaamead with rery ftne Cmreaniani lantia 473 M3* 

render’.al dlatrieU k Iba Vrlreln' aktomelir <ul lu ra ara. EVERT- Price *12 500 T.wm 


Chw-and -oft*-half-hour drive earth of 
Victoria and In minute* from Na 
naun.i Prntarikh bland M r . 
dn*ti irenaNy. ■ami-watorfrooL 

atemtK 'al _lte CWte to mure. ^g^BWSir^MSS 

mafion — varatlnn coftagea and 
wttb prrdre Ctoa are* with funaabad J-hateonm 7T2^r* W ■ r - *- - *■'*’ > e/ ° 

|»d trete rei pared nte Gte reto* 


LIST WELL TO SELL! 

Ware to eatl yotar pregeny 
Large or amall” 

W* have rllcafa repairing all. 
New .* aid. 

Our ptumfat and efficient aarvlca. 
Will gat it aoM. 

Jure rail VERA FRIEDRICH. 
EV SW74L 

NonhaereUna Bacurllka of 
Victoria Ltd. 


LOOK! 

L Shelbourae area a 
Head - 7 lota 

3. Palo Alto, off Ruby Road-* tot*. 
A Northrldga Tarreca. off Carey 
Rd. - I lota. 

4 Maplewood 

24 tote. 

5 Gordon Band and ad 

Way - f Iota. 

All i— r ed. NHA apgr—ad. All 
high lacaUona. a ua aa tread 

Lan Ward Id, Home GR 7-Sttfl 

WANTED - Far (4 I*m 7 tmir awl MORET A JOHNSTONE LTD. 

I)*a bedroom homa to l'pl>"da «r 
Nun* Oak Bay up la IM eto ca 
Ptaana call Mr Coka at The Royal 
Trial Co , EV MU* ar rventoil 

ev:-*tei 


I WILL BUY YOUR 1 OR S-BEI> 
roam boana unnadtolaly for caah 
if It'* editable for reaitol a urwonei. 

For raa acuon rail 


DEEP COVE 

Owner leaving Aw net coaat. aften 

ihia ■ vile landing horn oa one acre 
of aad tided triad praparty odlb MV 
•brllrrad wabrrlnmf 


f'i* WO 'rv - '5^r1 ^ firwm 'reM Ranfty' Riere"-—.^ re knrtTy pan. ireiag 
tbt. CVMn t ten—_Iren With fireplace tftoeig ram 


OlotUE IUM1T k*e el U1A 
MeKenak *leaal. IMaria AC 
NOTICE IE HEREBY GIVEN I had 
radlton and aihara hailm atoiree 
•■■Ina. iba utota af aha ahaee aa- 
aaaaad are hereby ragulrad to read 

__ _ _ . mrnamm m “*•“ t >*• ahdaeiigted a IK a tor at 

g* * —['Jt- *?* —14# M* l*to Ocrernreaal Btreat. 

a^S ' TMiarla. BC hafata te lai dap af 

" y. yg 8 *" "tey. TVMUly,,, laaa after Which eeto the Ki- 
- Malar util IhUhaU te reM Mala 

panlre autitlnd thariM. 

af 


ELK 


LABE-OLD WEST ffiUDftoangit te panlaa auiltld 
1 acre* of high late. Treed regard duly to te 

iy offara aactumm Eaa> whtoh ha ihih haa uattoe. 

11 price ISM Call Barb 
EvTSML rea IVMMl 


prw*fiy 
kraw Fall 
Hod* 

Marry rower Ite 


Areraga Required. E aa to c l i prrtorred. 
CASH. Rna Byrua Frtaa. Ul4| 
Quadra. EV 3-34*1. 





NOTI4W TO CBEDiTOBS 

ha te Mate ad te Betake af UBBBA 
TAB*, tola af te City af Tktoato, 
to te Vreilnaa af BrtIWk Iiliato, 

Be era aad 

Creditor, and •ter. haetog a tote. , 
“Inal Un ahaea let ate are rag aired 
•reward full particular, af auah 
to te undaralgnod aaltoHen, 
te teaantm af te aataie of iha 
dreaanad. aa A hafata te Mth 


Tbli la aa argent genuine r a g ue at - 


I have a huger te m. Apartmwd t»f af Jana 1*#4 alter nhkh date 
Block with reialanllal nail Tb- te Klato . null a If] ha dlalrlhatod. 
koek aw ha a modere type and «*> 

•howaig good return an hi* doSar. * i-B 

II yea. haea wnh a Mock pleaaa Gatod al Victoria. BC 
■hone aa Un w ia it to la ly; with re- af May. IBM. 

Iinaacieg. to all probability wa raa 
arranga a compHla <wab tale lor 
you. 1 will act — tk. lmmcdklrly. _ 

ph fl. Rllleraaao EVVMBL teynl Trual telklng, 
hwlarriok. * I enact dark Lid •» Flew at Tklaela. B C 


REQUIRED FOR JULY 1ST 1 '*** y 

Modem l-taadrm. home dote lolteth. full baaemrnl with auto ga. 
re.ton.hi. ir.niportation. Sea elan fumaca and other kltreciiv* to- 
0 referred Up to m.*CB re.h Plan.* toma Full prlre only Maa — 
call Nall Frmj«r. EV f-BIM, re. torma. Walarfnmt properly I* at 
EV 4S73L Financial Survey Lid. a premium—ao don't dkay—call 

**; EV MtM Al Where GR *- 

EV 2-B*a. Reali 


IS« )AIMI rot UU AMO 
WAKTID 


SHAWNIGAN LAKE 
MODERN FARM 


NOTlrg VO CBEMTOBB 
IN TBB MATTEB ad the Ealat* to 
AGNIk ni aarewa. . MAf PBBBBOh. 
tot* af till he.d.ei kleeK. IWtoeta. 


gklow wttb 
Len WrighL 
GK 7 -14k 

RAHRY FOOTER LatTTED 

WANTED—| BR* and Dan. Unlrer 
*liy area Full huemeni. np in 
Voffi dawn. SIM monthly Can 
EVMna Arrhk Green*. Petnber 
um Roime. Ltd. 


P. R. Brawn A Bora Ltd. 


___ 0 ,„ OAK KAY - I or 4-barena older 

au atoll rel^yl* l** 0 ' with baa-merd PIkk 
■ wa-MIlrel n Len Wright EV 3Tim. Re*. 


SIX SEA VIEW SITES 

to chew* Irani 
ftw ytmr nem hom* af 

SEA RIDGE PARK 

(off EaUbunaei anertoahlkg 
Cordova Bay) 

Gre one bafora if. ten lain 


zrr • —■ 


GOLDIE 

Office M-T7M 


nraa Arcrenmjgaum artodea three THING IN TDP CONDITtOB Thu 

bedroom mate te —* sfumh-; h,,<ne U appraa. ]« yarn red Plearn ERIC BALM WUE LOCAL 

» > and a vary afiracllva Uirh.ii gon'i expert lo find a DIM km After <dCr# ham 

~* f i >•* "” * “ J*lh.wL .y ,u *°r 04.te II may ha a Utile ■ 

S^i-kT^i^Tciwr—'"Si THE royal trust co. s 

^iSraa * * ■fKffiiS? *" IL ,r * im - -.t el evi ux r 


FENDER lnla,\u 
SEAFRONT 


GR 7-1*3* 

HARRY FOSTER LIMITED 


Lot 4—Urn* irregular, *.« 

Lola IT A IS 10DT fneilage P too re. 

JUiU IS. JO. H-TOh.xlSOrt. MM aa. I drained. 


NOTICE ]■ MEREST GIVEN that 
cradltore aad eter. h trial alalm 
ntualed an IE Utre* wnh ere* 4to r a.alaat te mI.w af the •hw-.-aintod 

nf watertranL Huai he ootd. Foe decerned an hereby rnqulred to a* 
further Wormttn ototrl Rat. them to (he oader.uned Exacutor al 
JKtenimnm EVS-M 1 I Aefong (glcu hit* Dourrea Blrwi. Victoria. BC W- 
*27,500 Terms far. the llth day «f June, 1M4. efur 

which data tha Executor win dl.tiihutn 
ONE OF VANOnilVFR **• aatoto among** tha paraoaa 
oattUod terete, barton ronard rely to 
ISLAND'S FINEST FARMS Iha clai m, af w fuch ha ahnll Item hnen 
210 Acres mattate ate 

John hamaat Hahl. Kxaautar. 

Appren. 30* one. to hay nnd_pa*-. by Crania h —-j 


lure 10 arm rough r to a rad. Fantli 


In high 


of faniUty. 


ell 


trtr aalldtaea. 


CASH BUYERS for Stfke 
in kee.1 Of repair. Call Oecrge 
TTroraatoa. Brawn Braa Aganrie* 


NOTICE TO CBEBITOBI 


For full detail* call Arable Green* with heal malarial*; »■■» water 

EV 4B34—EV >4J7» ayalem to all Galda red hoUdtog* __ 

where required. Property te keen a ™ TH E E fTflS Of Y BE B AY ATE 
Cotodry Really Ud. CNqtra toration ctm fo Ferry ttork Lid 1I3J Blamhard SI EvTtm. PembertOO, Hoimei Ud. 1 Z'* ‘VXj-! ? ! *- *"*■' 2T te^V. rf" TtotaJS^tei U “ 

-.‘e.-e-.*'^ - __iss^xsjtya.wn - tetk^c^JsrcL 2 : 

BUNCO 237 E35£d WANTED -WEDRMHOtW. SdOlk -ered or reanmerel.l tef rakmg ori Iha «toh day to baton..*. IBM 

Here', a real opportunity flm P, i'«l dural r.atoge. Magntfirani c7lr6* Hrad^*il«i v:c*? l:3.f»5 LOADS h^TkireT^^rarto^^kliSre* ark" IrZ ‘ ten to.—. 

acre* r *rf «gi 1 mi Ira to Uv„ 'W*m toll»*rt Prm Jffi 7T _ ,, . , . mrtog Idllly and pm- clWlB , ...toat Ih. .bn., taut, arn 

-. Price *10 000 victnrrA - (Oops. I Mean Lois) |cmteg “nidi#, mritetos trtrtm required 10 toad fail penauier. of 


XV >J1H 

—IT YOU LUCE- 

CHARM AND APPEAL 

S OMETH ING 

DIFFERENT 

WITH CHARACTER 

DRIVE BY 

2331 BISCOE DRIVE 


VACANT. AND WAITING' Full 
Prlre for .U of tola toreiy ted ate 
cagy well bum knag ilnw ■ 

*14,500. TERMS 

«*!e*3ibt ** 


PEMBERTON WOOOB 
1 BEDROOMS 

nfMEOCATK POSSESSION 
afiracllva Ayr. tod toffil 


hrrlcm burse other kaldlega. M NO RASEMENT bungrnl*. wlih 

God water apply prmurv .ya Lkll Mr. HafK- EV 43865 anytime 1 vwW If poartke. Pleaaa rail Lon 
- RC Land A Ireuraixe Lid. I*H«* KViim R*« GRt 

EG Government EL, Victoria. 


lea. On Mac*.try City, mhool bua. 

&« Cato Ik aa FP. Phone C. E 
Cyr Sate. 473-53*4 
RITHET COR SOUDATED LIMITED 
EV 1(51 


11 ACRES 
ROYAI. OAK 


112 


lawn* and fnilt trav*. onh finin' 
ihraughouL Ftol haaal. with drive ■ 
hi reran*. Moderate tern p>m* 
tore* ■•« mine repkyatdr at tK. 
per mlh. Including Uvea A real huy J 
al ih* low firm prm to fu.73o 
C H HOLLAND REAL ESTATE 1 
KM View, EV46EM a* KV 4 7gw 


WATIRPRONT 

PROTCRTIIS 


Two note of living to Ufa 

C ar-4d -adtonpormry poat and 
am kmve Calhetel atorame. 
room wttb Mo C l.rr»lar* 

S bedroom., rumpu* raom with 

firretocr Many ax'nw. Goto term. Luab growing land (3 rroca> with „ v ,__ _ _ 

AivV.bto a! aakmg pore of only tear nghla. Ideal tor vegetee nY "toNER CLEAR nTLT. OLD 
Et MM. Yon'11 llhe tba breoty. farm, mile hair*, ttc. 4room oil " h " mc Iterateira two 

Td 1 live )u*l around the rorner braird bung* uw Barn 
IGKVUIO and will he llwrt to marhUM ahrd. * ran 


SALT SPRING ISLAND 


Write. 

HARRY FOSTER LIMITED 


HUNTING! FISHING! 
SUMMER FUN! 

Cnwiehon River Cahte 

mi 

(Picture, to Ofnra) 

Lane it A ttearha 

EV 44117 


OR 4BEDROOM BASEMENT 
Farulmall or Oak Bay prr- 
Priretpak only. Victoria 
Bn* 3A4. 


a ill 

TRADE IBB 

CADILLAC AS 

down 

payiatet ra a 

bouaa; 

4TVBEL 

1*4 

Howm 

MM 

SALI 


(Oopg, I Mean Lois) 
For SALE 
Tree* 



SUPERLATIVE 
VIEW LOT 


; Mr Wrongly, rarnmmere Bda^tahnz 
Pleaar ptvmr Mr W MacClllivray 
at EV 44411 anytiaae 

KER A STEPHENSON LTD. 

ton Braightca sl 


175-ACRE 

SEAFRONT FARM 


GABRIOLA ISLAND 

Turn lumntrr roUag,-* ,n adynmna 
walerTront |,«g. La-aled i*i . boy' 
with fond bcarh p,*aer and water 

- fled Radtoto »< Ik. 73* C»! 


P. R. BROWN 

_ __ A SONS LTD. 

aro^'l’ir Ibran.’ hatom e BU m nWHy C<kiari ajivci EV 44413 

. l Jack C'tolri. . o Naiu.imo, U C . *- v 


BlEh Inratli,n. paved road, nnlhlng 

;lu terure view enrompautng ——' ____ 

Irealhtaklng w-up* of Cord'iva Bay. »«•»• ■>■>,int'Cnnv 

:; n : r-!"r u . a !'. ^ a* ON «RS>Su? 

, ,Tnl ' ' '"f* W*J>) LM.. IIMtUil. CAGE SYSTEM 

, ur lal-1143. ‘ Maitmum production: minimum 


CANkDA PERMXNINT TRUST 
COMPART 

lttf Dougla. Btreat 

Tlctarla. BC 
By their Etokiur. 

Canrron A Cameron 
311 Royal Treat Building 
Victoria. R.C 


l ior Id hare Iteroom* li*r«tof ami drnlne ream.; J,ck Dtotra. i o Nanaimo. BC 

JJT id tev ** r P pwm. *11»> ra m ^“* SK4311 or evr*. SK 4-P24S. 

•L’"*’ you ' hru 3 Ch ® 7 mmige* i -rB Near ^jn-ng centre and bnthwum. Firrplarr. auioniaiir j, *jth Kree^'firiterel " I CORDON HFAD r __ 

C^: L MarateL KV 3Wte « DRIVE BY 4«f WEST ,-f S , 1 T.’ , I hedroanv reth MILL RAY SEAFlu.NT GORDON HEAD C:HTter projrel*. Kemwood 

CR> *** SAANICH RD Ido not dlaturh gS? *^ **** aun-..m 'JTxlWl, fifl .retrreie a-w-.. i-.-g AtlrarUvr waJrrfroot M. Eaa> ap- 

HIGH QUADRA PntJC *25.000 S5SV down pay iii lnc " v*^w.^cr lull miim lu • ehu " l ‘ «]'urS5. ft.***. rir. W” • Mil* i 

BtVteNl SSF Mr KV2-3EL IT* wnt. r<f «• or fugrnff - • • - lAtoa aetea bMp kU Mk wte. Call Mr Cite Rea KV :«tl 


M dere immai-utate home in me* i 
arra. ft.ae to tr»nap-«tati-*t- 
Lante living ru.dk wllh ftreplare.' 
dm nr ra-tn. cub elec kitchen I 
an.I 3 'wdr 4*i. uk main r.»»* 
Nice rumpu* rum in rc ia»e- 
ment .* r u>l '<• third hrdiwm i 
Dr,vein gKruyc. Ex.tuwve To 
View call Dei H ugL 8 V 4k7te 


r-.rtrt. pkme EV 3M0 

C. '?t PORTABLE. CLEAN *-R<X)M 
home, largt- Ini. fruit t-re. Near 


ti er bearh. in town. 


funtuhed. from the 3 n- . 

•v r. deep Irtr-te: aui-tnktic *7! Wl . 

"a- '-r are don ' Ihr breu'.fu Jn*C. o . „ 

V.hrrearr liftr*.* and r> na ,. ,fir *x. px-*tol dckvn and re 
maindr, »i .*|y 7 prr .-ert 1m- 
RMLatr p •>. u a (i at launching 
and manna nrxi dr»>r. F, r invrmi 

---:_-uery .+-TErr -re .teprrre. J*?*' ^ 

WILL BUY urr Ot YOCR CHOICE !Lre 34 V3" Greinhmiie. 3T\IF ‘ um " f!Jr u ' ,n * 

AND BUILD TO SUIT HW hr*!, oil. In addllao. ihrre 


APARTMENT SITE 


Mill M..-hk*L EV 4K7S4 anytlm* 
DOUGLA* REALTY LTD 


•b-txitng renlre U 336 lull dtic* wppl* frrn 2 weba The 3- 

r.l .I.n iw,™ t. »:-w»v Harare hu rore-rto# Ite 

IkV 3 -?mT tor ea»h PH -nV irMIwrllon 


HORNBY ISLAND 
WATERFRONT 
STOCK FARM 


SPARKLING 
Trumaculatc Bungalow 
THREE BEDROOMS 


GARDENER'S DELIGHT 
CITY BUNGALOW 
*10.900 

Gleaming While aiding grm tot nn'UfK HENOKRS, 
heauftlui y lamlwayad lot with ram* W 
fitoi ire.-* lawn* and vegetable 
n r.onrmrt " hUnnn 


C. E. Clark A s.*u CanjfrurtJan « 6-ro.m farm railage. 2 b*dra>m.. 

EV-4 7W L' ng n«m., dtknu r.»«n. lalrhen 

-, 7 ( tg.lt’y n»m and t.Mht. For eqwp 

F ,M»n ira.t.ir with plra Dwiran. BC 
r. diar. 

Itkeofl 


■w* Sell the I .land" 


BY OWNER NTOCKTYIN CRKS-lg,; 
renl 1 hrdr-»m«. tull tear m en*. 3 me—uM.aiih rail 

ware ,-d. hHA AMdhg r.4 J» X.SrVad* 


H W DICKIE LIMITED 

Pkme 7445171 


_ fre..re Aid diam rvf harrow. Litre M'>I»ERN. LARGE. 4BR RANCH- 


: i»i. 

IhihUn 

isd arrea. HU under culllvatia.. hjrel at*. 

Laiakr lived. Grad paaiure •- 
i rm Hurra dwullmg plug Arm cor- 
i Iage for help, beautiful ground.. PhUto "Army 
I family rrhanl large hay hern, nr GR 4IM3 

impiement ahed. Hr. Very pr.afur- —--- 

lire • " Amid.' »uphi> of waier 

fre Irrlgaiinn. W.add make an Meal GORGE - ADMIRALS 


ahor an opportunity tha! provide, 
the fol lowing value.: 

• arrea .if awne of tha mnat v»m. 
able land ra the Saanfc-h Pmlmula 
kieadily rt.lng m valur. All ecre 
i.fd wb-troale 4% houra par dry 
f-tr rhore*. Steady iw.au 3 KB 
laying blrda wllh regular * week 
r»placemeni programme Operant, 
can he evpanded taad very ami¬ 
able for l.«anbrrne«, dwarf fruit 
freea, rtr. Tax** t74 per year 4aft*r 
him* tovner*. grant dedur'.ira i. 
Camf.vtable older ranch gtyle kra*e 
m tolling td many lovely iron: 1 
bed*, large living raa* with view 
i*< -* 1 rrfn*V. log riaarjaf Saanich Inlet, tealunag large 
Ptaavr avatiahla. grantle flrepiare Claae to g.iM 
beach and golf roure* If you teire 
■ wonderful pure to live and work 
atth a com putable income, thl* la 
II. Prearnf owwer retiring by reuui 
uf age. baa hull! new b.viae ra ad¬ 
jacent property and will help nma 
owner A.kmg LOM* wilb reaeai- 
•hle dm naymenl and lerm. 
Ptvew GR S-X1S7 


SHAWNIGAN LAKE 


11100 

Armtorore. GR S-308 
Saar, re Really Ltd 


FINEST RURAL SETTING, n* far gaidm Cimpacl 2 hadroom - hrenc __. 

OU- cl tee hi BUS. T7i:» SPACIol ? With atlnnlve living r are I fire t impteie. 

PSi-JISSTtSSTR trz '*1 COUHT.Y HOMES AND ^ 

,,,rv rAW £fir ue h '“ __ ftoHiTin fi * 7, ' s, “ u^tssra 



Full Price siu.nuo 

■ 63.006 K mlg available) 


KITCHEN 

Y >J uid lurt ataujt live n thi» 

Wonderful kiThen. Fully wired for, 

KITCHEN STOA'E LARGE Lvlng 

r ‘ ''?S* "'T*' Addreaa BmH* gt.ro by railing 

fui rraoU Nr.ni_- k~e • ■** K her Mu-heU. EV 2 21W. re* 

Car.leo te"ce GOOD SOIL g\ ey J.+471. 
or iu. SUN DECK for ml*.in ram. ' 

CM SEAL LOW PRICE mly; 

S': »ifi. Term. W «Md <-raider 
trad nn I«r .ovaller hom- 1 . DIME 
DlATE POSSESSION. P,ea.e DIAL 
P UT STRETCH Jtl-71* HKFICE 

KU-Sttt Vtcturtk Realty Lid 71* _ 

Vt.-w S« 


•.•nag. 

GK H-3St1 

PRiiPFATTHt Gentleman', ituom readence 4>wi- 
klev to-ro^;, . I- Urge l ong rm ..rung rm. 


PRICE DAVIES 
AGENCIES 
Bre ntwood Bay 


, Tbu 


1 . you an- l.. 4 uig fra armnhmg «"« kllcben. Ihrougb Iwl 

- or. the waterfront, roll Al Helhrr s **? a Fu " 

, ^ _ met n-*43 7124 anytime cement twarrt .41 heal, .itached g.ro 

^iveuk] UTO * ,w IKIORMAN INVESTMENT CO LTD htrultfill landwaped ground. 

.1 u-ieu on an arre 1U J g, \ldrata B C reme« patio, rorkerlea. etc Lnrte 

117 ten 


Chore wmterloail properly at 2-7_ . ' ...... ^ 

land'* End Rrl . north of Slditoe.joo FT. OF .KAFRi'NT » ' ACRES 
facing wkjlhwev near Rronre • .1 


VIEW PROPERTY 
Approximately 1 arrea m *mile 
rln-le. aboui a mile aouih of Ot> 
lervainf) Panraamlr view ,4 en¬ 
tire diy and mouninnn. Cny water, 
no wraer Road and power line in. 
E.cel 1 ml tnveatment a! I7.4JU. Ph. 
*7S.3»n 


NEAR ELK LAKE A lovely home The dreiener and builder ha. h:2rl facing »v’'«r» near H-erv» -.1 * 

wi.h _ bcdrmi and den. ru rent ref ed .'one ni.ia.nry. rough rcdar'snd 3.400 m fl. tv-mr. haaemenl. healed 

devi.tK d for evira. rrr». Two Brv- afuike .hittglr. with mrroundmg pood. Owner H Cro*«. GR 4-1735 re 

pace., snuatrdra over M arre wilb wooded terrain. T7" .man Interior agent Bnn'w.il Propertira Ud. 

•r* view. 317.1FO inrtude. three twdroom*. an .o<-n GR 41141. Prii-e 5T5.U0O. Term*. 

SMALL BURY FARM - Elk Uk* d. »om_ living, dinuig and kitrhre 


Mr 


*700 DOWN PAYMENT 

O.ve* immedikle pocrevl at lo hra 
B ro-im hrene In !he G*rc ik»Tr-t 
eiean and ha* new airing, •-■fper 
p'umi-uk:. lull • hJacmcol. dnv,--:n 


LA ND 

•LOTS OF LAND" 
LARGE 
BUNGALOW 


l* pleatanf 3-bed rm • rra Th=* '* ?' '*{ ny a .tree nre- ‘ ,^.. 

to-ra view properly .— e and calbcdral ly po of beamed 

n a "W te iiw'’ w f*naiNf n ^ r 

•• Willie DOIVT " Vff ”' a ® T'"' ' ■•*** * * ParkaK 111* Ilka 


See Out 
> home an one 
| more 

over te arte Nkely treed 44 3UI. rul , Mr Huhnr « i I9 |j tat ap- 
|nRF.NTVCOO -.1 ?bMrm hnrrw lo vicmr. or: 

.. .•* i*rct lot. TermiL 

Nice hemes suiroundmR sidnf.y—M odem f. m ,i, h me w-m, Sidney 


r- Art _ rvtjtm DESIRABLE VIEW PROPERTY 

eiara re* tv 3-U171 , lluat ^j gy, n^h n , cb,| rl 

Inn Chalet Road. Eaanleh. Juat 

NORTH SAANICH £rera. 

Appro*. 17 acre* part I v 
rail-* Crener Wee! Saanich Rrad 
L"TS- HY and Ta'l.a* Drive. Price f.*).0(n 


J OCEAN 

_ r-^,l-» Call Mr Clark Tea EV 34*171 
Y.mewe FU* MU' re Mr Rraaeli. GR 43x30 
Baler, rtertriclfy and 

tech fkrtlltun available. 474 - 535 3501 CEDAR HILL RD. 


eared lo- iwymenla. If ml ere. ted. rail roller 1 
teal linger. Lakevirw 3-530* 


crriTAGE odder lyiw 7-rm. reaulenre. compete 

3 remi amt i»ih ra water ma.n me taige living rm.. Ilreol.cf 


APARTMENT SITE 
Alan rnmmerrial. IlWxUS, W3 - EM * 
Admiral. Rd. No art back* If u.ed 
rommeietol. Prlre gl2.M0.ffi. Dlekir 
Akencic. Lid.. M2 Mean* St. 
EV2-4SU. eve*. EV 3-3C40. 




* rod ua-er h»me Pnr* c, lvt> .„ x frri j n *, t ag,. a heaulilui J b t^ m * double p.ionlnra; iwo : . 


"*■>' ’**••• p, ., u “"w lit la * our l * lnil * ’■•te kjlrt»n.'‘‘«Sllj l i SHK.LBOlAiK5i(W«ON READ 

• « • . V e . , /' rtoleTiito aa-to ra rm . r ” n *' r ' ,,l ''Vy 3 Urge hedrm. hr fn*,i*gr* wnh aitestmalel 

North Snanich ~ * 1 ‘ ' ,u *- H ,3u. Ph l-, H e,e laih ra rrrend fl •* aao depih. D. TREGEAR, tm US 


LARGE fromogH Fnnt ttre>- U»n. luttfartt Ursa rec rm, r.InvUd in 
fluwrn EXCELLENT GARDEN reud, ntul dia. Urae la w+t.,4«_ 
soil. SiMy ..X 4re! id level Und. ,rvl '"WM tectt.!.e*. gU.Oftk 
Ginerou* -ire, SPACRHIS BUNGA For ihev* and «h*r. tola and aere-l 
LOW. G -.«1 rreufilira. Nke aid»ar age* pteaie rail HARRY PAKKER 
’**• O'KNEIt Wi.MaiWx Mm- -r D >NY BtThl.E GR 5 
Hi 11 »►» n.*n. onon full rear bare- GR 53157 or GRt 111: 

•rea Aa' .mat.r hrei repair aa- mew with EASY DRIVEWAY. A 
r, - early trareraon. evcelleal ?»*.. «->*mf«rtah4* *para«> KIT 
term* Poe* *3TW 


CaU I. W':lk:n» KV i nn 

nr rev EV s -ere 

HIGH QUADRA 

On 1 - tore Vrp .mi.-uu'e Lr- 
BO BASEMENT hrane in Lake 


GORDON HULME LTD. 
Open Saturday 
Sidney GR 5-1151 


475-4H1 

SHAWNIGAN LAKE~~ 

We« aidr. acre water'n*>L Nrw 
e*iun wnh eie,-ir 1 <ily. and ftrat. 
Him EVkted 


1 *nte W. lir-lin ndietv laadre-aned 
Delve paal Vacant. Prtre gsnffi 
C oMxct W'atacm Clarti EV2-4H7I 


depih. D. TREGEAR. 477 'JSS 
UNIVERSITY REALTY LTD 


Call L W Ut.na EV 3-StU 

FR-VSKR RlSOfft 
738 Pandora Ave 


CHEN with lota <>f CONVENIENT 
l IH'ILT IN r uptaiardi All Ihe n- m. 
; are apari-re* and well pngmrli. nrd. 


COUNTRY HOME 


SALTSPRING 

Waterfront 


isi 


xxxxxxxx 


LOOK NO 
FURTHER 


Thi. u ■ ciaxl-kaAtikg buTurjinu necluded hrnind a high hedge 

home. PRICK SteMi Reaaonahde 'hcre-quaDer arte •* land m a Five room miaJein ^temporary • 
lirma. OWNER MIGHT TRADE lor S u . '" * "" nrmr Naanirhior and >Ulr enjoy* a .k'liahtful w*.1- 

— a LAKGF.H. oldertypr G4)uD home - r>n * * l ° La r ‘fv c •mluned livmg ed toft.ng ■aer|..*ing Gadget Har- 
X Here i. ,*t* v.ai haw NOT area, vtl rwon. kitchen. uiiUIy room. hur. Wllh aim,at one Acre end jon 

X JASMINE Cra* to GOOD BUS ■ nd hathr.on Au!-> heal ft. of bearhfruuaK --- 

X SERVICE "out Burra Id* way ■■ Eng and eler range .uutberly vleua. thi* prrsierTy In SAANICH 


WAKTID TO BUY 
HOUSCS 


ACHE LOT IN GROWING RC B 
dlvtiira. near TTwu. Ltoka. VLA 
approved. City light and water 
32V 34104 

»w» PEAvnAg ffii 

rra ftekr into. 

THAT LS THE QUESTION! Light and waier. Nanonoe dtalrlrt. 
With . .lack period rgmng un Ik Terms V»«K>de ”* 

Ihe building bourn the Lot Man lb ACRES. GORDON HEAD AREA 


WATER3RONT R3TTREAT COW , „ _ 

5^2 JST teiraSST EV h :lift 10 B,!,U> 0« NOT TO BUILD ra, M 


»Vill «V.E 


raj i 


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. X Not bm lar SEE EoK YOfRELF- Al’rarlive udlmg amrag ih* centre of Ihe Gulf Ialand* yarht- PRICE RANGF. 

X Ml Jiamrne near Marigold Pleaar J" abundance eg ahruba Good value mg and fitting area I. ra Ihe new UR< MrKEAGR EV 3 U11 

See Uua barga.n before you X: pbuoc MACK W. LYLE at hi* real- “ „ direel ferry wn Ice lo Iha mainland 

1 * 0 *- An a'mra'new 3-bed- X dear, EV MOW OR OFFICE Vir- *7.400 l*Vy (45.0(10. 


aay.: Do It nrar. Be moved Ik by rhidre land. Ideal 
Sep'emhrr OR 7 7712 or GR 7 26511. 

Gordon rfrad-Ttaiai. NHA. CHOICE BUILDING 

M TlfW || 3 VI UA.M kaftlir VIpw 

told dramte,. A LARGE (YmRJMW-niT -- - Are.-EUr. torg.. high S TeVLtS? 

wilb te tree* NRA 


41 Villi OL 


WE NEED ~ 


L O W 


LOT OVEK- 
44 ion 


CHOICE LOTS IN aLANFOND 


num H|M MDl reun* 
uak flooni and br.atv cheer 
ful raucni' Ftne rrredenLal 


ASKING ONLY (MOB 

with eway leeirt*' Make u* an 
offer! C«U Ur.. H-feo ,y 
N'ew<|ead R.-«!D Lid . 


„ KV.'-lffi* OR OFFICE Vir 

\ • -I. Hr. •> I ■,! EV . VI45 Pteare 

X u fra MACK W LYLK. 

X 
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KER A STEPHENSON LTD 


Erie Graham KV3-7124 anytime 
BtaiRMAN INVESTMENT m LTD 
iUi Gurmiam: SI. Viclona. BC 


MAPLEWCX)D 


^ , £*2"«. ' crct:k 

X Sr.wrair dmuto rm. Dream Near Park** lie. 3 arrea re g,«d 


Brohurc «.vn* avaitohla al 

PREVIEWS INC. or 

PEMBERTON. HOLMES 

LTD 

l«C «roernm.nl m Virb-na, BC 


■4 300 

Ten Mile Point livwiwi NHA. and Pat Hay Hlghwa\ aroa. Mini be 
treed, to* view, no rock 44 kJd torn to be apprerlaled. GR 1 Itt! 

C ^mr toi vira 8 " 1 "- n-my^m^mwrrzn. 


WANTED 3 BEDROOMS, 31ILL , „ . 

lure men; with re without extra lot. L-r *** Enl -1 acre waterfn.it lot 
walking diCanre Oakland* «rh--a rnUo boat ramp. Small cahtn. LARGE LOT MIR RALE IN LPPKR 
Ann- X- 415m dowm. Pleare call Tertlfir* (10 (IW Larad-wra—F.V 5-T.Tf 

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"i Vkdorta Lid I’MVERSTTY REALTY LTD 

Tel 4T7 '.*3E Rea. 4T7-132( U'T CORNER RIDGEWAY AND 


( OKHrl VIEW LOTS FOR SALE 


EV lai 17 . M-ltour anawrnna X k ” rhl '" 1 '' J " allll,t , Tw " W K b«»- «'*' w-ih aieoit 2 acecv clear. 

_ _ v rtnp HlnTHfte <r EMrirv rm Cnull to liilU pitokL te i.^t.to J 1 


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BEAUTIFUL MILL RAY V I E^wl^ KEM ' ¥v'*!x . pni ewD ^le™ • ■fT'"'?? 

SriJETintS - — i H THWAmCNAGENnKEtYD 

Vu.l plumbing, tv^ar 2 « *44 "PM PRAIRIE STYLE HOITSB 1 •» «,-. nr d -.nr, 

- — ..— • — •*-> ' "r Ph.aw ;ts-3Cl Eve* 34* <Hr6 


TRAIW 

-V*ui'e apartmenL exre|Mi.eiallv well . 

'toll' i-ravto-iem. J-year da'larredl 
ma-nfena nre i'ra clear t.'le h -me 

< TED riMRTREE EV.VgTtl j l Sravew dr Into ready to build 
atre w-h a r.etsjp on Ihe N'uUmvatem securittoa nf Virtortolon. from »2 «i 
Cmowban River re ra ihr r.«»;, ben L'd __ _ 1 Seayura-hlgh 


CORDOVA HAY 


Tulua (2 W0. EV VKHS_ 

LOT (1.45C. 


3p.F(lOT SEWERED 

Sfl Lurtine Aye 


LOT FOR SALE U tIELGRMNJB 

191 PBOPIBTV WANT ID 


x rtrite ^orxffr <T tePWfn* rtn Small. A IH 1 U A * UlM ... . 

x '-HUlhfuJ ZATrirf) Ou«-r. Irfrd t’rt«L rulltvatcd. rajpiir : «-w Thr^-rrMnn SLMMLR Fl N 
\ PRICED TO SKl.L AT ^ull i^umbm; aulofn-ri, 

l*urrp. earn** iml sinki^i \ 

- W«T ■ -w inr t.wteu nmn « ■* Z SMVit*r-Nffc *umm\c Vi 

wysi 1 teibriAl 1 « 11 la** i. ,,v mirvterr »»ii»rv ‘^ !>UiM on. tfflno 

-*v- ' • n IJIr • l r?Vy A 7 J-ik R ^* 5 > * r T». lovcl lot. nlrp lotting. 

“vote ».l urnk-r * ' n >' ■ f. ii Ik .rt* T'% ;-— 1 - 1 

v»'w' ' *" TV .*:«• Ite th» w 1 WW* ,g|( l CURJX>VA BAY IS my iwniiiyrai WANTED IMMEDIATELY 

fin.-t ra <he run.,. r.,y a.r,,, »*" 'tee^and minv ^Thitin..; IWESTMKNT 

from hiarklnp rail. 'Rrl an h-dir "IdaWe loulding iot.l Victoria Preaa. Ph-me Mr Oltmann EV 4-13« 

from Via (a. The full price i *• J * 7 _ ___ m"ea GR"'—" nnnm,,.rec n 

f*S*:LY IN MOTEL WANTS ft 


T- \145 garage woe*.!**, Clear , . ^ AND LOT 

title Kurnnhed. town urfur- - bl'Vga fnun oak Bay ohnpping. 

ti med teasn W A MarNetll. ea«'IV-lto« reont laiin, »p*ri«i» 

RH I. C.Mitka Hill PO. her* yard ft gardening re adding FKUSPE.UT LuxE 

e — - — -- -- - ■- — — 1 niOna to ih# roTaent 3 bednx'm* \ir \d"L*o trmi* 

NORTHIUDGE TERRACE. PRICED M’acftod Baraga alley a> te* * It.'" 

fir quit* rale S-hedn.wri None in Prtiwte aal# Price r«.5en. 1]7« 2.2 ACRES 
m-eitn* aid High location. Oil fur- Hampahlre Rd. EV 4-3773 

■tare to full baaement. Carpori --— ■ _zl. —. --- Proper-y like thi. 

E14.400. Lira doan payment Ph. __ __GORDON HEAD IJr.v* by my 

4747013 


5T..: • y-MMlR Vrs "Vrare ^ STte*S^V!_ 

I la la 4#mate jtemr tent* ur w at |M| iL 

at um pni*jJ&Si :kw_ H g lii i s ml kditeyi ivV.'i .t.i» i *i 

44 Sffi with K 500, LAKE CWICHAV 74«-3*d colter' 1 Hfcr < r,VT ,g 


PEMBERTON HOLMES LTD. 
1003 GOVERMENT ST 


GORDON HEAD .. 

Orte-yreld, very tore. Mrlrm home Lake Rwd Pnca 

,re* x * fr f . L330 "t- ft down. Balam.e CS per month I u u-Uf-r-r, irer > m t rr, —________ 

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PROPERTIES 

I have rlienti wiabtne in inveol In! 
apart i nrun and lev roue prnpertiei 
u.i lo tSOS.onu In v*;ue Quirk reault. 
nhtkinad Fre further Informal l ut 1 
Phone v. Wilton Raa EVfMffi 
ivCmi 


Saanich RraPy Ltd. GR 3-lkt! 


TRADE NEW TOR OLD 

Wt will pul you in a oew him* re'fuk ba'hruon. l.reu iq ... 
guar ehaice al aa root to ruu tddilHoib have full beam! double car- 

to rhnoaa from GR TIIOS, taeu. * under ka built-in men and —^—*-■ 

GILMOUR CONST LTD fan and many extra* 477 443k after SPECULATION .OPPORTUNITY 

3 p.m iat *c t nn (moc amir. „i 

raai-gnm ng bualncra area Aged 


SHAWNIGAN LAKE __ _ . 

Approx three acre* MagnJflcen! view. Ftodiw-lai Survey Ud” 
of lake. Good well ra properly. 

H3j0 

PREFER- ADMIRALS ROAD 

rumpu* rtaim flnubed. NIC* buddiag kit ra tower Qrpi 


See 


Clasiification 


100 


In 


Clwsgified 


for 


BARGAINS 


in 


NEW or 


USED CARS 


LUNDS 

AUCTION 

0» INTEREST 

TUES., 730 p.m. 

VIEW 

FROM B AJI. MON. 

As New, (iniaifked 

FURNITURE 

Smell Stas Uprtstet 

PIANO 

By Fischer ef New York 

DRAPERIES 

Replacement Cost SI .000 

CARPETS 

(OLONiAL 

CHESTERFIELD SUITE 
Ollier Goad Haling 

Teg W«Kon, Coffee and End 
Tables, Cedar Chest, Occa¬ 
sional Chairs. 

HIDE-ABED 
CHESTERFIELD 
With Down Cushions 

( brume wad Cupp e rtosa 
DINETTE SUITES 
“MAGNUS” ORGAN 
Teak Table iai 4 Chairs 
-Rnar" Maple 
Mr. M Mrs. teedroom SaMe 
Other Salle* aad FarnUhlngs 
Set of Lady's Golf Clubs. Tape 
Recorder, Small Appliances. 
Trunks, ele.- 

Tott" Ptower Mower 
Apartment Itefrlreralon 
Iprtjrtil Dtepfnen 
2-Door Frmef-Frij. 

21" aad St” Renee. 

As New. G E 
PnrtuNe Dlahwher 
Garden Fomltnre 
Coins 


OAK RAY 

by owner. Well pianne.l 3-hedeia.m NSW vai i RErffinn 


CARNARVON TARK 


. . ..... BATHS. 

K-me Rerraltra r>xit Ooiyrmera 4 A 1 <kam lu approved purtetor 
teem, rare i.walhlr, E\’2 <B«. EV 5frIJ. 


iv lira 


C»ver LOT 


ably wllh 

ndt n\*r.five Iran oid. ar-rand *13.- fraeiage 
ffin ln,H4.'mr Reply wllh drftola. Chffi 

' ktira. Jprice. tetma elr . In J. | A. Barnard * Co. Lid. 

, * — r * "*** av 

Saak 


APARTMENT OWNERS 


1 BKIWUMS 
Well built, a". 

SB Aab Ruad 


RUMPI.S RrtlM BY OWNER—I-BR FAMILY HOME 
inungage. Apply Thnregi ball, rep OR ptiu m-Uw 

I Me SU lJk Auto tal EV 4 7tok 


SIX>KF 

Twn acre* of < *•»)!• nl hunt, kenllj Altra. HE M Ulh Si 

• f'"S "> W» »f «!-)■ j* •»>«* 

vv-.o rST'teJhoi FVIRFTELD OWNERS I -- - 

s ‘- “ ‘m bnaiho*.. I. ' - ' to vroom .-jncxkre. alter «lyl*. with 1227 Peart 


need a LARGE TREED LOT NEXT TO 
. . . Creocom. Appreadmat* 

l-j red 1 y-xi vile ltfhcUB. Owner anxioua to aell 

toteara Ovoid h. iftmiiiltl HOLLAM3- RF.Al ESTATE keV",;R Lltet" W '' EV SJvg'r^'iia.'' 0- 10 ®** 

*» Vie*. KV 44*04 « KV 4MW HARRY FOOTER LIMITED * Saanich Really Lid. GB 41*43 


»4>re vtmatel) I Nn ft. n«d liuild vrar dream h-.me and have i armnl ft,. 
F Of btorac * totrere loo. >•— I'" f 4 >, fftrato -*l| i! 


h-Sto 474500. 


Ne-*nxner la Victoria boa itibatan- 
tiaJ duum payment and require* 4 
to I aula*. Pleaar caafarf H. K 
Loaa. Victoria Realty Ltd. EV 3-9143 
dr re. CRT4721 


CASH 

rate banging tot E. J. So tier 
.Air 


RaaJtor EV11XD 




fY* OOQO BUILDING LOT 


Original 

by recognized artists are 
now being accepted for our 
forthcoming 

Art AhcIIm 



iIVMM 

IN PORT STREET 


I 













By Ina ti. D. Uhlhoff 


At the Galleries 


Victoria Churches 


City9 B.C. Artists Show in East 


eMove to/s 


Special Services 


MONTREAL - Brins on a 
short vbM to Montreal means 
that one tries to pack as much 
into the time as possible, and 
are everything there is to be 
seen in the way of exhibitions at 
painting and sculpture 
But Montreal in May abrainds 
in such things, must of them at 
tr>)>-ranking importance. 


Lake, was represented by The, 
Thompson Valley, and Fnuicoiae 
Andre by the Guardians. 

A former Victorian. Duncan 
Dr Kergommeux. who now lives 
in Ottawa, was showing a hand¬ 
some collage in black and white 
•Caged" 


tries lo our Vancouver Island new'managemenl and has been 
Annual Jury' sh"w,,a« we did one completely transformed, 
week before the jurying. But all this is only a fraction 
Montreal Spring Exhibition re- at what is going an in Montreal, 
lections will be shown at a There air still many shows I 
Montreal Gallery on Sherbrooke want to see before going on to 
Street as a sort at revival at Ottawa, where I plan lo spend 
the Paris Satan Dr* Refuses ja week before returning to Vic* 
* . . toriu. 


A * f 7 yenr-o*d member at 
James Bay United Church. 
Mrs. Martha Norris wil lead 
the ooncrafatton in the 23rd 
Psalm at Mother's [tor Sun¬ 
day service. 

The special service wdl be 
one of fnany marking the 
day in churches diroughout 
Greater Victoria- 
In St. Andrew's Pnwbytfrian 
Church Vie emphattus will be 
on the Christian faintly. The 
sermon of Very Rev. Dr. J. L. 
W. McLean will be The Chris 
ban s Reward. 


A family service will be con¬ 
ducted by Rev. Alvin HamiU in 
Emmanuel Baptist Church at 
7 pm Instead of the usual 
sermon, a film. This Way to 
Heaven, will be shown. 


The small one-man shows aif „ 
numerous, but I found Jacques ol 8TED Bl LERA 
Dr Tonnancourt'i abstraction) Citizen* of Lagash. oldest city- 
at the Galerie Camille Hebert *fate of ancient Sumer, ovpr- 
•he most absorbing. threw their rulers 3S centuries 

There is an excellent show by- ago In favor of a new king who 
York Wilson at the Galerie Ag- promised to reduce taxes and 
nes Lefort, which is now under dismiss the tax agents. 


The jury' was a most disting¬ 
uished one. consmung of Donald 
W. Buchanan of the National 
Gallery of Canada. 


Mothers of the con g regation 
of the Seventh Day Adventist 
Church will be honored with « 
spraal program during the 
Young People s Hour. 


I gut there in lime lo see tthe 
spring exhibition at the Montreal 
Museum at Fine Arts, though it 
was in its last day. 

A large orw this year, with 
1.007 entries submitted and only 
HO hung, it was good to see the 
western painters making such 
a fine showing. 


Albert Du¬ 
mouchel at Montreal. Arthur F. 
McKay of Regina. Alex Colville 
i< Sackville and Dr. Jean S. 
Boggs curator of the Art Gallery 
of Toronto. 


Mother's Day srrvtov will 
be h*4d In Find Church of the 
Naxarene with the newly 
formed younger choir acoocu 


Take Dottr Off 


In Find United Church at, 
1:30 a.m. Mrs. Robert J. D. 
Morris wil teM the Chikii-en * 
Story Rev. Robert J. D. Morris 


One could see by the Open- 
mindrdnexs of the selections 
made that all types of painting 
and graphics had been carefully 
evaluated. No bias had been 
shown though abstractions were 
in the majority 


panying the service and Pastor 
Jack Laughton bringing a 
■pedal Mother's Day menage 


Old Refrigerator 
May Kill Child 


Meetings in Victoria 

ftl'XDAY Officers' Mess. HMCS Nadcn. 

John Duffus. profesror 10 M J ! " 

cs at Royal Roads, will MONDAY 

__ . . • Victoria Gyro dub. Kin- 

n The Scwntlsl and bo- p fr>> 

a meeting of the Vic- q Rotary dub of Pnuglaa. 
imaasat Fellowship, '1*01 Tally-Ho. 5 p m. 

. 2:30 p.m • Victoria Union Toastm^s- 

aefs and Petty Officers ten dub 331. Dominion Hotel. 7 


FUNERAL DIRECTORS 

1625 Quadra 81 ml Phone EV 4-2612 


Old refrigerators left in 
basements, on back porvhe* 
and tn garages and junkyards 
are death traps to rhildren. 
says the Refrigeration Service 
Engineers Society's Vancouver 
Island branch. 

Within 15 lo 30 minutes, the 
society says, a child who uses 
an old refrigerator in which to 
hide cun suffocate heewuse of 
the airtight seal on moat re¬ 
frigerator doors. 

So the society is currently 
campaigning to cut down the 
danger rate by asking people 
to take off fridge doors before' 
abandoning the fridge? any 
where. » 

“If you can't do it. on? of 
our members will do it for 
you," said the society’s Island 
president. Ronald Saunders. 
Ml-McKenzie Avenue. 

In the United States, all 
newly-manufactured refrigera¬ 
tors are required by law to be 
equipped with a safety release 
to reduce danger. 


"We are currently trying to 
get something done in that 
direction here,** said Mr. 
Saunders. 

“So/ far we have been for¬ 
tunate enough to avoid acci¬ 
dents of this kind on Vancou¬ 
ver island- But «t want to 
eliminate the danger entirely." 

If you have an old refrig¬ 
erator lying unused in a base¬ 
ment or in ywur back yard, 
take off the door—or call Mr. 
Saunders at GR 9-6820. 


omjMttg 


IN CORPORA! ID If? HAY 1*70. 

hhop Dally • a.m to ^3* pjn. Shop Thursday sad Friday • til *. Dial 1854311 


I But) tiikMl fsrthci ■■wat of lha 
Use Is Ubw. sitais rssr I«> rnn 

tali st tMWctur*. Minus lamsst si • 
par cm) par monam as* payable st#t s 
* si» fssj-. Irssi Iks Sals sr Wsb uw 
wsu as Iks Board stj trass Usi Is 
sol ii us llni Is IS* •csrrssl* Ik 
' ~ Handred Pltty-lasr 

imiesiaa brokerage, 
r talc, lor scssliSii 

1 st. reconilniciiag 
r css Is cennectlwa 


Ontario Blaze 
Curbed by Rain 


■ ■sir Ins sonHSI* S rsiM Ml Mlsj- 

MiUaea. Inn Hundred Thirty-o'er* Thonsand. Th 
[Mm iMQIWai cfi-r raymrni si diocanni 
»n>iW n* siScr Mpascst uiih rnpacl la tub n 
SB* MiCIcpIB* csSsal-ilin and pcreht.lt,, caotl 
*11 iMsh's* SMI rgaippmg baUdMgi <sr school psipas 
ISsrsBMh sad stair cspalal sspradmuat tor icbssl 
TM lsa«sa* n hrist sad ■•srral lent >SU as 
as td praWcu >s4 IM ib.ibi allocated lar tseb l 
bisi* (On Prsnnclsl tUoBsrdt sad rluiblt far rrwymcul grouts and lbs 
■ami tpaclIlM ■■ ksing ■*••• PTs.InCial nandardi >■* Ibsrslsia sal 
•l«S 1ST Ptb*I octal graatj cad I* aaich lbs echos! dkalricl r>ll Ihs (all 


PEMBROKE. Ont. tCPI — A 
half-inch of ram hat belied 150 
firefighters bring a 4.000-acre 
forest fire under control in Al¬ 
gonquin Park. 45 miles north¬ 
west of here. t 
More ram was forecast. The 
huge hlazr had burned out of 
control for more than two days 
after it began Wednesday. 


■ a *1 -OrtcTtr V'Kisru, kariotii, si rj onflow- (arthn aaorwt s( Ihs 
itoir-titctori. si anj lima sr (rats iiai* is list ailhia IWu ■ year, it am 
Dnrsbtr ]l lflgl ky ih* mss* ssd ule SJ Mnuto Warm* mtrrmt Si 
a rat* sr Ittn not breeding flu prr cent prr auna sod payable sort 
a period or period, oat (itrMISl taeniy rest. I rota lac dale at rrjptttln 
dates thereof id >ach principal - as.nu at th* Board stay I rasa time ta Usi 
dees, nrcaaaary lo raws s«t ISOM sal * treed ms .a ihs iccRgsU Oar Hun¬ 
dred Filly-eight Thaasasd Three Handled Berra t ub.- Dalian (IMJThW-. 
slier payment si dlxoanl. caulum. hroketaie eichaagt «"d other 
ripen.** a ltd reaped Is tach Utse ae ash las a eg airing oad desstopisg 
sehaBj-iiias sad parthsna* coostracuc, r****«*< rat'ing Israuhiac. aad 
sssippmfl h nldlcg- lot school porpoos. or Bos U> toBMCtlSB therewith sad 
other capital sspeadxtsrea lor tcCsM psr ps.ri *" 

The loUaalBfl la Brief sod geoeral terms adts sat mhalnatially ihs 
progxaaed projects sod I he ta sot allocated (as each. Ihs s issast spotIIred at 
betas -sithln Provincial slsndardt cod eligible lor rro.loclsl ,rssn. oad the 
soioanl .perilled st betas ohatt Pra.inciai detdtih oad there late sol etaslhls 
lor Prertocial (rants sad (as shteh the echos! Sbtrtn pen th* (an coal — 

(Uaibts lor No. Ells this 
PmsmclaJ tot Frailnclgl 
Oraata Orants Total 

Purchiting. coB>1ractio<. ratoii-lrut uo* 
bu il ding* (at echool purpoeet 01 u« in 
con nett loo tbareallh 
Sew IdshlK'iUie Oatrs— 
fluichatc o( flaal Bo:ldl:i( -laclsdiofl 
•Ha 1 iroaa lha Uenarj.tr si Vic-ons 10 - 

,ether olth recooetractioo req,irrwau IlKJ SSSSB > • "et-a I :*-> 1~S » 

LESS Vanda aJreadp oo hand sod (uods 

prondrd lor m Relerendura No • »: —c * IKUMI 


iratarr 


TOT AL i-nutTn lui 

RetaloiMin Naesed the IJtb dap ol April lflM 

Approred bp the Uimster of Educatioa the lath dap at April INI 
Authorised hp the Lieatensn:-<Jor*rasr in Council th* Jlrd day ml Ap'd 
Ret* I red the A stem al tbs Owner-Better, ol the Dutrtct the 


Maaflarat Jeskto. hleetenIsrp 

Marigold BaaMBiaiy _ 

Mootatap Arnaa Ee*tours 
Newton Klasienisr* 

North Bids* B*ai«aiorp _ 

North Ward Benantorp _ 
Bockhclghu Baneniarp ... . 
aheWsorw* Dooentorp 
Blr hoe. D saglaa Etantais 
Uolrsnltp Danurp 
Upland. Btaeentars 
■lea Nopal Bmentarp 
Oastral Zwniat Secondary 
Christ it Mai Eaaeeatarp 
and Junior Saraodare 
CWgatli Janior iecsodarr 
bqslault Junior Baeostfarr 
Gardoo Head Jnlor aacondatp 
tonadswns Janior flecandarp 
Oah Bap Job lor Orceautarp 
"»Taodd. Bead Janice Becasdarp 
B J Wlllla Jamar Nseaadarp 
victoria ascotMI.rp 
Be* Adas tola tratlro Centre 


NOTICE 


Take nonce that Ihe ibair ka a true copy of the proposed Que-uan apon 
which the rale of ihe Owner-tlecton will he tak-n an Satordsj Map Xlrd. 
1»*« between ihe hour, ol eight a clock to the lorrwooa sod eight a clack 
tn Ihe altarnoeu. si the laltoaing placet 

oaniR-tiinoM or thb coufohation or the cite or victowia 
al Ihe Central Junior Brcondarp School. Tale- Street 

OWNFR-ELECTOR? OF TUP RURAL PORTION or SCHOOL DISTRICT 
NO «l iCRLATKR VICTORIA at the View Royal IVta>en>trp School. 
He.me*an Road 

OWNER-RLPCTORS OF TTO rttRFORATKlN OF (HI TOWN8H1F OT 
E^QCIMALT at the RaasimaU Municipal Hal; Em jib all Road 
OWNER-ELECTORS OF THE CORPORATION OF THE DISTRICT OP 
OAK BAT a: lha Oak Bay Municipal Ball Oak *>. A terse 
OWJirB-ELLCTORS OP THAT PORTION OF THE CORPORATION OF 
THE DISTRICT OP SAANICH LYING WITHIN SCHOOL DISTRICT NO <1 
-ORRATIH VICTORIA al 

Cedar Hill Elementary School Cedar Hih Croat Rood 
Ciatrrdala Elementary Schorl -Qsadra Street 
Cm,turner Elementary School Admiral. Road. 

Prank Hnhha Elementary School Hun Road 

Olanlord Elementary RchosI Olanfsrd and Judah fltreen 

Oordno Head Elemenurp School Kenmore Rood 

Ltnadowne Jrmnr gtra.dirp School Lantdawna and Richmond Road, 
MtrUold Kemenmrp flchedl Orange Road 
Mount View Hlih Schorl Carey Road 
Tllltc in Elementary School. Albina Street 

T L CHRISTIE 

1 flecretorp-Treeuarer 

Board si School Traatrrt of Behool 
Dutrtel Ns (1 'Ore a ter Victoria! 


Wank Btr**t Kkmanurp 
Rraalaal Elementary 
Cteeerdal* Elementary 
Dan mss School for Bacarded 
Donco.ree Bemantarp 
Ft rod ale Bemratarp 
Frank Hohha Elementary 
Olanlord Elementary 
Oordon Head fTementarp 
Harrntsa Elementary 
Jsmei Nap Elementary • 

Lake Hill Elementary 
Macaalap Elementary 
Maraare, Jenkltu Elementary 
Marigold Elementary 
Newtnn Bemenlary 
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Garden Notes 


Mr winnic. 


To Harvest—Twist! 


*r m. v. cmmiiT, mi 

ftlXINO BIUBAn (H.W, Oak 
Bay)—Rhubarb stalks should never 
be cut with a knit*, as thta leaves a 
stub which win nit back and posalbly 
carry disease into the crown of the 
plant Instead, (rasp the stalk low 
down, gtve a sU|ht twist and a sud¬ 
den Jerk, and it should pan cleanly 
(ran the root leaving do stub. 

Never pull all the stalks from any 
plant—allow at tart half the 
laasua to main, to plump up the 
r o sta Cor future c rapp in g. Ton'll have 
batter and healthier pl ants , too. if 
you pun no ■ talks at an after the end 
of June. Old rafted manure la the 
bast food for rhabaih, spread over 
tbs rooting area hi late autumn and 


instructions on the label; this will 
kill the leaves and weaken the roots, 
although one treatment Isn't likely Is 
destroy them. 

When new leaves appear, hit them 
again as sdoo as they have reached 
full star, again using the BruahkiU 
solution. By keeping everlastingly 
sfter them In this way. the roots will 
probably give up the ghost by 
autumn, and the site can be replanted 
next spring. 

ZINNIA FAIL LUC (HJ.Y, Sid¬ 
ney)—The loss of your zinnias last 
year was due to powdery mildew, a 
fungus Infection, lack of moisture in 
the deep sail under the roots seams 
to favor this disease, and this year 
I suggest you bury a handful of 
aaggy wut peat moan about B Inches 
dnp under the site of euch plant. 

in my supsrienc e . tirades do bet¬ 
ter whan sown In situ rather than 
transplanted. Sow one Baud half an 
inch deep an each planting station 
and cover with a jam Jar until the 
seedling appears. These plants must 
have a site In full sun. If mildew 
ahould still appear, spray every 
second weak wkh Gardol Rose Spray 
until health it restored 


of st* inches, then wiggling the 
handle to enlarge the holes. 

The holes should be spaced about 
six inches apart over the whole of the 
soggy area. When aerating is com¬ 
pleted., apply a top dressing of coarse 
sand, working It into the holes with 
an old broom. Never use a lawn 
roller an aita a lawn. 

nSMAi FISH POND lA.tC, 
Duncani—The only way I know to 
prevent gulls, barons and kingfishers 
from taking your gotdlta la to 
stretch a net of some kind over the 
pond. Second-hand fish nets cun be 
supported an stakes above the sur¬ 
face. although those are rather 
unsightly. I understand that nylon 
nets can be pin rhsseil which can be 
stretched Just under file surface of 
the water, almost lasted his. I don't 
know sdw ssOs thane, but you might 
try Moore’s Water Gardena, Pert 
Stanley, Ontario 

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flf.MH.. Viet ads)—Horse radish ta 
v**y imswlvs end la difficult to eradi¬ 
cate oocu it usrupee from cultivation. 

I suggest you wet Its loaves with 
Bnitaikm 84. dilated according to the 


The Utile World of SHE1LAH GRAHAM 


Bsoafied bwl is e devoted but strict mother. Her sou 
Lanes a budding newspaperman, still sends Ms laundry home 
for mother to take care of. And Roz still imposes a S3-a-w*ek 
servls* charge. 


This year's Royal Academy summer exhibition in London 
will have a modernistic painting of the Beaties that is really 
wild. Alfred Tima deaf and dumb, is the artist. It seems 
he went to a Beads concert and was able to bear lor the first 
time. In gratitude he painted the famed quartet. But I'm 
wondering what be heard. At their cooseiis you can >nly 
hear the t reive gen screaming and stamping. 


Jsdy Parts si. who caa use the money, aril] clear SluO.OHJ 
from her three concerts m Australis . . . Actor-author East) a 
ti llltaws was tugging at lus hahplecr. Whereupon Be* Lillis 
playfully pulled It off. Whereupon Emlyn playfully pulled off 
Bes s pillbox hat and covered Ms empty spaces, saying, "That 
will teach you to take a wig from a wag.’* To which lilts 
Lillie replied, "That was the wig that was.” II must be the 
heat. 


»S€ WX 
■WTb POC Mt6 
UXRMG 

COMPMOON 

at rwe club, 

BULOXNEKt 
Wfc HEAP nd 
KBCbVES 
A PHONE CAU 


The four smash hit* In New York, 1 was told by a 
ticket broker, am Any Wednesday. Barefoot in th« Park. 
Funny Girl and High Spirits. Hamlet which appar¬ 
ently has cancelled the tour that would have taken it 
is far as San Francisco, instead will remain on Broad¬ 
way until August It will be a hot summer for a lot of 
people 


Author-artist (iasl GaMhar, having lame bed Ms book 
Sally Seal, k sow preparing has play. Mather May I Go (kit to 
Swim? Cor the aew season he hopes. Gant wrote a book an 
fi h u w anew Baby. They had been good friends and she 
wanted Mm to write her story. But unless there is 100 par cent 
sweetne ss and good, the celebrity usually Is unhappy. And 
Grace was not happy. 


News of Carol Barnett's musical, Fade Out. Fade In, 
Is on the (km side. But that is why they have those out- 
of-town try-outs. One scene sounds hilarious. Carol not 
only puts her fingerprints Into the c ement at Grauman'a 
Chinese Thantre In Hollywood, but her face aa well and 
has a terrible time getting it out of the cement. 


Aatiwoy Man is getting a new cast at characters for 
The Unknown Battle which was postponed from April to Octo¬ 
ber. Etas flaaaaaiv and Btaphsn Bnyd were to have st a rre d . 
Neither, it seems, will be available and Tony is now tal k in g 
to T e a «as Howard lor the starring role of Robe. He Is also 
nr gotta ting with a Mg name star far the other tend ing male 
role. 


LIKEW6E ITS GUNS 
eULPf-FFASTRR a 
THAN W« ARE .T ) 

the hew mess S 

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Gadgets 

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sas i two words) (double 

duel. 

1 Drinks to. 

4. The last of the provende r 
(hidden word). 

5. A claw. 

8. Comparatively easy. 

7. One can dance on them. I 
8 When you eat one. the 
centre's O-K. (apht word). 

12 Makes Richard aa actor- 

13. Mostly sn edible feather 
(split word). 

14. Aa entrance at stone 
(split ward). 

15. It's in the blood. 

16. Arrange the feathers. 

18. Heavenly goddess (double 
due). 

19. A tidy sort of soldier 
(double duel. 

21. Opposed to one piece at 
poetry (split word). 

22. They can make things Inok 
gloomy. 

23. Keep on making in sore. 1 

25. Like the best beef 
(double duel. 

26. See "T" 

28. The poet's meadow. 

Answer m Tuesday's Colonist 


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L A dish or its contents 
(double due). 

8 . Keep in the store. 

9- lit Canada, source o( tar 
(split word). 

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TSID* 

HOUSE P* 1 ' 


/ .. * 

Mood Victims Ask: 


How Much Longer Must We Wait 
For Help in This Valley of Sadness? 


My JDf BY AN 

PORT AL8ERNI—Five 
weeks ago, shortly after 
the tidal wave hit, the 
people of the Albemi Val¬ 
ley had high hopes of re¬ 
building, and soon. 

Now, doc to the (May In aid 
from B.C. and Ottawa, the 
hopes are slowly fading away 
•od this la a valley of wdneas 


I revis i ted the flood-striokan 
River Road area Friday and 
aw the pitiful sight of many 
residents still trying to patch 
up their broken-down hones. 

One of the hardest hit busi¬ 
nessmen. former Albernl 
mayor Jack Lackhurat, nid 
the damage to hta Somaas 
Auto Court an River Road will 
exreed |70,000 and ha is still 
desperately waiting lor disas¬ 
ter (HIKk. 

"The hotels and motels 


which are out of the flood 
area are full to rapacity, while 
I am losing *100 a day," he 
said. 

“If I had had some help 
from the start. I could have 
had the place in some sort of 
shape. 

VERY QUIET 

“We have sll been vrt-y quirt 
and patient, but it's time some 
thing was done,” said Mr. 
Luckfcurat. “This can't fo on 
much longer. 


Our prim* minister had no With Mr. Luckbunt la Ms 
hesitation in contributing to Mrs. Elisabeth Brock- 

the Alaska mean, who arrived with her par- 

here In our own backyard are * *7* 

have to wait out endless Me- rot from Ghana to help her 
kerii« between the govern- mother sod dad clean up their 
ments." motel. 

LYING ABOUND William Richard ton. who ra- 

He said there is at least cestly celebrated Ms golden 
*300,000 in disaster fund wedding anniversary, said it 
money (from earlier ttootta wasn't much of a celebration 
elsewhere in Canada) 'lying with flood worries mb his mind, 
around — but I sure don't mJkBLY damaged 

know where it is. , _. , 

His home in the area was bad- 
a * ly damaged and he is not a 

young man. It will be hard for 
him to rebuild. 


Says he sadly: "Let's not talk 
about It." 

Rady Bonare, an nearby His- 
lop Road, is unhappy bee suss 
the government is "dragging 

Its tart." 

He charged it would be a dif¬ 
ferent story If it was Kelowna 
or Kamloops. 


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Included are the usual 
Vickery Construction 
free -extras P — font red 
closet doors, metal slid¬ 
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bathtub, glass-lined hot 
water tank, etc. 


$45,346 from Island 


West Coast Disaster Fund. Box 
5000, Port Albemi. rather than 
to the municipal association. 

sa.ssa MORE 

The fund received $8,000 more 
at the meeting when cheque* 
were handed to treasurer Ray¬ 
mond Newman by Esquimau. 
$8,000: Ladysmith. $1,000. North 
Cowkhan. $853. and Cumber¬ 
land. 1500- 


In Albemi, Mayor Fred Bishop 
yesterday clarified his statement 
that the $1,500,000 which B.C. 
■nd Ottawa may provide would 
not cover the total loss. 


NANAIMO—Eleven Vancouver 
Island centres have approved 
and given grants totalling *45.346 
to the Albernl Valley and Went 
Coast disaster fund, it was dis¬ 
closed here late Friday. 


tori a. where private donations 
totalled another $6,080. 


BEND TELEGRAM 

The meeting decided to seng a 
telegram to Prime Minister 
P.earson asking Ottawa to send 
ail possible aid to tidal wave 
victims. 

It also decided to ask that all 
Island donations be sent to The 
Treasurer. Albemi Valley and 


NHA, no secondary fi¬ 
nancing. limited owner 


LOSS OF BUMNE8S 
He said he didn’t mean the 
appraised lots but meant the 
loss of business and the differ 
price between appraised value 
and replacement value. 


participation if desired. 


Figures given to a meeting of 
the Association of Island Muni¬ 
cipalities. held to consider pro¬ 
gress of its own fund, show the 
largest grant is $25,000 from Vlo 


Legal fees Included. 


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Scares of orator - damaged 
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In one pari of River Road, a 
house Is 1 tiD halfway onto a 
highway. __ 

Ail that these (Maple in the **" Q,mm 

battered remains of what used toe wiadaw af ber 
to be homes can do is wait and k M 

hope. Their hopes are high no mmom 


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Armed Man Nabbed 

Mayhem 


" • • v —^ 

Island: 

Showers 

(Details on Page 2) ( 

70 PAGES 


No. 127-106th YEAR 


VICTORIA, BRITISH COLOMBIA, SUNDAY, MAY 10, 1964 


II cmn BUMDAV 


Island 

Edition 


®be Hails 


. \ _ 

Colonist. 


Vancouver Itland’t Leading Newspaper Since 1858 


UJS. Plea: 

Help 

Viet 

Nam 


Running 

Rescue 


MOSCOW IlIMHU airport 
■nut rnw aaed ■■ Impca- 
ilwd 'ilmnH'i mC to mrm 
parmrhsdil Yari Beleako whew 
Ms rk*l« failed to opn mm m 
Jump (iwm 1,70S feet, the mwi 
■I iery Tub report*. 

Tm hM the me grab b e d 
• piece of rum lird for 
packing pirirlitci uf 
rested eeder Belraka, who 
“leaded verj lerkUy," la Jar- 
*■* «*«• 


'Luxurious 

40-Footer 

Launched 


Oakalla 

Addict’s Suicide 


In Skies 


OTTAWA (CP)—An American 
magazine it advising its read¬ 
ers, In effect, to poison them- 


From AF, UFI 

A second Miooting disaster in a U.S. airliner may 
have been averted Saturday — and a California 
warehouseman was named as the possible author of 
the first, which took 44 lives in California Thursday. 

Meanwhile three more air 
wredta o cc ur red yesterday, 
killing 53 people. But three 
people survived the worst of 
there crashes, In Argentina. 

The details: 

• Cab driver L. J. Ander¬ 
son. 26. m arreated at the 
San Franclaoo International 
airport minutes before he was 
to have boarded a Dallas-bound 
airliner with a 345,000 bwur 
ance policy and an aalentoLic 
platol In hla packet. 

Police said Anderson, a na¬ 
tive of Dallas who has been a 
cabbie In San Frenciaco since 
1960, was charged with carry¬ 
ing a concealed weapon and 
attempting to board an air¬ 
liner while carrying a firearm. 

• In Washington, govern¬ 
ment inveedgators ssld an un¬ 
identified San Francisco man 
Jiaa kWsitifled California ware¬ 
houseman Frank Gonzales, 27, 
as the owner of the revolver 
found in the wreckage of the 
Pacific Airlines plane which 
went down Thursday. 

A New York newspaper 
added Gonzales took out more 
than $50,000 In flight insurance 
before the flight. Gonzales be¬ 
longed to the Philippine squad 
at the 1960 yachting Olympics 
In Naples. 

• In Peru, 46 people died 
when an Argentine air force 
courier plane hit a high 
coastal Band dune and burned 
An eight-year-oid girt, a 13- 
year-old boy and a crew mem¬ 
ber survived but all are In 
Critical condition. 

Officials at Lima, 18 miles 
south of the crash scene, said 
the plane's wheels were down 
and the pilot was groping in 
dense fog tor a landing when 
the crash came. 

• A big U.S. air force 
Globemaster plane crashed and 
burned during a thunderstorm 


‘They Ask Readers 
To Poison Selves’ 


WASHINGTON (UPI — The 
United States has asked about 
25 nations, including Canada, to 
provide "practical and material 
contributions” to aid South Viet 
Nam in its battle against Com¬ 
munist-backed guerrillas. 

U.S. officials said yesterday 
that the countries concerned 
were asked to supply economic 
and social aid as well as assis¬ 
tance to the south Vietnamese 
military effort, but not for com¬ 
bat units. v 
NINE HELPING 

Among the nations to which 
appeals were sent were nine 
already providing or planning 
some assistance: Canada, Aus¬ 
tralia, Britain, Malaysia, South 
Korea, West Germany, Japan, 
New Zealand and France. These 
countries have been asked to 
increase their aid if possible. 


selves, a federal health officer 
warned Saturday. 

Dr. C. A. Morrell, head of thf 
health department's food and 
drug directorate, said the Cana¬ 
dian distributor of the magazine 
—Escapade—has agreed to with¬ 
draw the magazine. 

Dr. Morell was commenting 
on a report from Nelson, BC, 
where the district medical otB-| 
cer, Dr. M. R. Smart, has or¬ 
dered the magazine off n ew s - 
stands. 

Dr. Smart said the magazine 
claims its pages are treated 
with a chemical, and urges its 
readers to dissolve the chemical 
in methyl alcohol and drink die 
concoction to produce mirages 
and hallucinations. 

Dr. Smart said methyl alcohol 
can cause blindness, paralysis 
and even death. 


Teller 

Charged 

VANCOUVER (CP) — Mrs. 
James Douglas Hunt, 32-year- 
old bank teller, was charged 
with theft Saturday after inves¬ 
tigators found 77.400 missing 
from the bank. 

Police said the money was 
stolen through the use of with¬ 
drawal slips on semi-dormant 
accounts at the Canadian Im¬ 
perial Bank of Commerce 
branch. About 73,400 was re¬ 
covered. 


Dipping her keel tor tint 
time, ISIoil keSeh Mite 
took to waters of Victoria 
Harter at aoow yesterday. She 
will he saly retry from Eageae 
Yacht Clab la this year's 
Swift*are race. Yacht wwa 
ballt by Pelagic Co—tr action 
and Dealga Ltd. for lavest- 
niewt dealer Fester Aadersoa. 
(Doa Gala) 

Panama Goes 
To the Polls 

PANAMA CITY, Panama 
(UPI)—An estimated 400,000 
Panamanian voters will choose 
a new president today to guide 
the nation to a solution of this 
nation’s dispute with the 
United States over use of the 
Canal Zone. 


Sparks Near-Riot 


VANCOUVER (CP) — The 
suicide of • convicted drug 
addict caused a near-riot in 
Oakalla prison farm In Bur¬ 
naby Saturday night. 

About 100 prisoners gathered 
in the exercise yard and re¬ 
fused to return to their cells 
after Austin Sunder Taileck, 
47, who was undergoing drug 
with draws! treatment, was 
found dead. 


Rusk Saturday urged the European allies to stop 
selling strategic goods to Communist Cuba, which 
he said it a "threat to democracy.” 

He made the appeal at a luncheon between taiks 
with Belgian and European Common Market officials 
at which he laid the groundwork for his new drive 
to strengthen American-European co-operation. 

Rusk called on America’s 
allies In Europe to curb trade * * * 

with Castro's Cuba and "co¬ 
operate'* with the Western Hemi¬ 
sphere nations which “have the 
primary responsibility far deal¬ 
ing with this threat to democ¬ 
racy." 

OPT TO HAGUE 
Rusk, who leaves today for 
The Hague and a crucial three- 
day meeting of the foreign min¬ 
isters of the North Atlantia 
Treaty Organization opening 
Monday, spent 90 minutes with 
Belgian Foreign Minister Paul- 
Henri Spaak Saturday morning 
and another 60 minutes during 
the afternoon. 

He also met for an hour with 
Professor Walter Hailstein of 
Germany, Common Market ex¬ 
ecutive president, and other top 
officials of the six-nation Euro¬ 
pean economic bloc. 

TAX IFF CUTTING 
Rusk’s meeting; with Hailstein 
■sid bis Common Market aides 
were aimed mainly at furthering 
the chanties of success of the 
so-called "Kennedy round” of 
tariff-cutting talks now under 
way In Geneva. 

In Ms luncheon spee c h Rusk 
■aid the Geneva negotiations 
will be seen "as a test of the At¬ 
lantic partnership and our icnse 
of responsibility to the rest of 
the world.” 


Cuba Word: 

Exiles 
Ready 
To Hit 


WASHINGTON (AP) - Exile 
sources said yesterday that at¬ 
tacks by anti-Castro Cubans on 
Communist Cuba appeared prob¬ 
able at any moment. 

Spokesman for various exile 
action groups in the United 
States said such attacks before 
May 20—Cuba’s independence 
ann i ver s ary—«p per an but cer¬ 
tain. 

Significantly vsriore «I ties 
with large exile populations re¬ 
ported the disappearance of 
yotaig men during recent weeks. 
KNEW NOTHING 

U.S. officials said they knew 
nothing of any assault plans, 
but In exile sectors here and In 
Florida there seemed a convic¬ 
tion that something is about to 
occur. 


i rounce 
House 
Was 
Answer 

With only two more weeks to 
go in The Daily Colonist Historic 
Building Contest, the eleventh of 
12 weekly picture clues Is repro¬ 
duced at right. 

Last week’s clue, the cork¬ 
screw curls, are on the century- 
old Trounce House. Story of the 
txiilding Is told today on Page 12. 

* A * 

Answers to this current clue 
should reach the Colonist by 5 
p m. Thursday in search of 
main prize in the contest, a 7100 
Canada savings bond presented 
by the Colonist and the National 
Trust Co. Ltd. 

Winners this week of annual 
memberships in the Greater 
Victoria Historic Building Trust 
are Mrs. Winnifred McKinny, 
5229 Happy Valley Road; Mrs. 
M. McKinny. 685 Niagara: Mrs. 
C. E. Simpson, 1234 Pandora. 


Surging Welcome 


Egyptians Swamp 
Khrushchev Guard 


CAIRO, U.A.R. (UP!) — 
Thousands of cheering Egyp¬ 
tians Ignored tight security 
measures Saturday and surged 
around Premier Khrushchev 
when he arrived for a l&day 
official visit to the United 
Arab Republic. 

Khrushchev stepped off a 
motorship at the port of Alex¬ 
andria and exchanged bear 
hugs with President Nasser, 
who called him “our friend" 
and "a courageous warrior 
struggling far peace.” Egyp¬ 
tian troops fired a 21-gun 
salute. 

Strict security arrangements 


Bay window^where it it? 


Prison officials said he tore 
up bedding material in his cell 
and hanged himself. 

The officials said the prison¬ 
ers—shouting “We want the 
warden” — demonstrated for 
about two hours. They pro¬ 
tested the prison's treatment 
of drug addicts by withdrawal 
of drugs. 

They relumed to their cell* 
when officials agreed to meet 
with a prisoner delegation to 
discuss their complaints. 

Day shift guards were held 
over but were allowed to go 
home when the prisoners re¬ 
turned to their cells. 


‘Look in My Eyes 9 
—And 124 Did 


GLOUCESTER (AP)- “Look 
into my eyes," said Henry 
Blythe, campaigning on what hie 
called the "hypnotic independ¬ 
ent" ticket In this English city. 

Voters at the election meeting 
looked into his eyre as he told 
them: "Vote for Henry Blythe. 
Elect Henry Blythe to the city 
council." 


The people voted Thursday 
and Blythe came last. What 
went wrong? 

“Nothing went wrong." said 
Blythe. "I'm delighted with the 
results. I had counted on getting 
100 votes and I got 124. I set out 
to prove that people could be 
hypnotized into voting for any 
person or party—and I did.” 


Vancouver Will ‘Sweat Out’ 
Cost of Strike Settlement 


broke down repeatedly when 
Khrushchev and Nasser drove 
through the streets of Alex¬ 
andria In a three-mile motor¬ 
cade. The car was stopped 
several times, once for 10 
minutes, when crowds broke 
through police lines and sur¬ 
rounded it. 

Khrushchev smiled, shook 
hands like a politician run¬ 
ning for office, took flowers 
from women and patted little 
children on the head. 

The two leaders then 
boarded a train for Cairo and 
when they arrived in the 
capital there was another tu¬ 
multuous demonstration. 


Don’t Miss 


King Fisherman 
—Page 2 
* * * 

Youth in Britain 
Goes on Drug Kick 
—John Crosby, Page 8 
* * * 

Names in the News: 
Whippings Appealed 
—Page 11 


Page 

Bridge . U 

Boildlag . U, IS 

Comica .17 

C ro ssword . Zf 

Flaaaclal News .IS 

Gariea Notes . 17 

Radio Programs___ SB 

tectol .St, tS, 14, U 

Sport .J«, 17 

.I.... tl 

.a. • 

Travel ..IS. IS 


VANCOUVER (CP)— Mayor 
William Rathie said Saturday 
the cost of settling Vancouver's 
outside worker strike must be 
met by a cutback in services. 

His statement came as city 
council unanimously accepted a 
formula, drafted by Dr. G. Nell 
Perry, vice - president of the 
University of British Columbia, 
to end a 15-day strike by 1,500 
outside workers. 

PERRY FORMULA 
The Perry formula, granting 
a 19-cent-an-hour increase over 
• basic wage of 72.09*4 in a 
four-phased, two-year contract, 
had been accepted 887-89 in a 
membership vote of the Civic 
Employees' Union (Outside 
Workers) Friday night. 

Mayor Rathie told council the 
settlement had brought to 7700- 
000 the city’s total wage Doost 
bill this year. Cost of the out¬ 
side workers* settlement was 
estimated at 7313,000. 

SWEAT IT OUT 
The mayor said the money 
will hare to be "sweated out" 
of the city's original budget 
estimates for this year. 

"These sums are simply not 
going to come out of the tax¬ 
payers' pockets as far as I'm 
concerned,” he said. 

The mayor called for cut* in 
city services and improved ef¬ 
ficiency at city hall, In addition 
to layoffs to meet the budget 


Strikers tear up picket signs 


ON CUBA 

BRUSSELS (UPI) — Secretary of State Dean 


Blacker-Than-Rlacks Want World 


NORMAN, own. (AP) — 
A research sodoiogist dea- 
crtbnd Friday a new Negro 
youth group which he enfled 
snore extreme than toe Black 
Muslims. 

Dr. Lewis Wade Jones o t 
FMc University, Nashville. 


Term., said the new group, 
which he called Afro-Ameri¬ 
can Youths, represents a 
movement for black inter¬ 
nationalism 

The Negro profeasor maale 
hla report In a paper pre¬ 


pared tor a social psychology 
aympoaium at the Univers¬ 
ity of Oklahoma. 

Jones said the new group 
has denounced all other Ne¬ 
gro leaders and "they believe 
the world they wan* will 


come Into being only when 
the new emerging Afro- 
Aslan nations become strong 
enough to assert themselves 
as the new majority and 
dominant tore* in die 
world.” 


Jones sakl he learned of 
the new bteeker then-black 
group when It met In Nash¬ 
ville last weekend and at¬ 
tracted delegates from a 
wide area of the United 
States. 


Rusk Asks Allies: 

CLAMP DOWN 


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|King Fisherman 


2 B«Us Colonial Victoria, K.C. 5m., May It, 1H4 


Weigh-Points 
Awaiting 
Your Catch 


'On about us tryin' 
* ONE O'THEM '0U<»H 
ONTMfiN§KV ESTATE, 
ASHAMED i 
TO INVITE PEOPLE^ 
T THIS CHEAP r -jr 
v LITTLE IDLE/ ML{ 


Thrre are 303 Colonist King 
riabsrmaa wslghdn ataikaa m 
Vancouver Island and Ihr Gull 
Islands now ready to weigh con¬ 
test rtah . . , and atiil more ita- 
tinni Bay b» added In lk» UsL 

Whatever you (lah than it a 
handy wslgh-in station. 

Any lalmaa five pounds or 
heavier and any trout or small- 
mouth ban one pound or heavier 
la eligible to be entered, whether 
or art it is caught by a Colonist 
suliacriber. 

But in the fishing season it 
psyi to subscribe to the Colonist. I 
You have to be a subacriber to 
win the big prices like the all- 
cxprnsn-pald trip tar two to 


I'M THINKIN* ABOUT PUTTIN* 
[THEM IN'© A BOOK nr" 


Admiring early saxifrage blooms at 
Thetis Lake Sanctuary are Linda 
Robinson, 15, left, of 1060 Tulip, and 
Barbara Scott 13. of the same 


address, among a party of 20 who 
toured the sanctuary yesterday.— 
(William A. Boucher) 


Nature Tour 


Council 

Agendas 

Monday 


Driven Beaten 


Symbol at love and mom.^ 
lavorad stone a! Virtue. 

for her: 

The rare, velvety pnan of aa 
emerald eat in a beautiful ring 


A group of nature lovers 
left Thetis Park snnciuary yes¬ 
terday afternoon, more anxi¬ 
ous than ever to see the park 
officially dedicated aa suet!. ' I 

Prof. Lewis J. Clark, who 
led a party of 20 on a tour of 
wild flowers in the park, said 
the party was unanimous that 
every effort should be made 
to have the park dedicated. 

The land is owned by the 
city of Victoria and is admin¬ 
istered by the water oommle 
tloner. City council has given 
assurance that it will be kept 
as a park and not subdivided, 
j "but we would like to have it 
formally dedicated," said Prof. 


was anaulted — apparently youtha In another ear, who apetteatksi by Western Home 
without provocation — by ano- pant him wtth their flats. ^h rsr i tnr rads tttmit 

*.*!>*““ “*>» w <>« «» 

Brockman, 1130 May. was ad- A fow mtnsiiaa iWr, pnBii ~ pbblla works a u—It l as 
mined to hospital with head In- were mlled ay . n hi the parte. ^ ^ 

juries after an attack. whan m okaitta KfH+UH Bva 

_ _ _ youths stoppk^ cara on psik mama ami 

AFT** MIDNIGHT ^ dee red mm; takSB at Anapa* Pleas. 

A Park Drive resident an- by the time u fllce ia arrived. HBOODIALT 

awered a pounding on her door jmrt after 2 awn. David Ir* m „ _ ^ 

just after midnight and found afer. HMCB 9m. Tharaaa, ms ■ . T1 "" 1 " V 1 , 1 . . Ir 

-—-seonisd lor a Seta at Talas "H— *. 

p. s~, a and BMnshaid whan Hva 

Five Czechs Hossack Elected 

Defect KSi udSar^Slre^S'ttoi^j By DenttuisU 

_ through hla open window, ha J 

In l.amlnr told poUoe. VANCOUVER (CP)—Ed Has* 

All VJttllllCl UVKIAL MDfUTHB sash of suburtMi Burnaby was 

OTTAWA (CP)—Five Creche He said be drove assy, but Nested president of the Puts Is 
aiovaklans. four m« and a was foflowad tgr the oHtsr or Defeat, Society of British 
woman, defected to the west an for several ndnutaa undl Its _ , .. . . 

Gander. Nfld., late Thursday, fimlly shook them. Q>lumb.a at a meeting here Sat- 

the immigration department Anofftar a a 11 • r, Atamdar urday * 

said PTtday. The five WSt a Bri- H u tchinson, HMCS Jmqidofltt. The meeting also elected WU- 
tannia airliner enmute to Prague soU poHea ha waa aaamdtod Ham Watson of Victoria as tnis- 
front Havana and asked Cana* at Esquimau Hoad and Hartmr tee for Vancouver Island; 
dlan Immigration officials tor hy a Work Point aokBar. Georg. Draft of Kelowna for the 


• Convenient 

Terms 


Btt »»"e. mnam party took a three hour 

trip along Lady Slipper and 
sKf mrwr Seymour Trails. 

- They noted about 50 differ 

■ os'*. i-iiiM •"* ■P® clM flowers and 

1 wrre specially Interested In the 

tomtom number 0 i striped and spotted 
■mtHi »w». Coral Root. 

Nail R1«W. 

Lp'h m CfcmpMl * *■ e 

L-rerr cwnpb.ii There was a wonderful dls- 
■** ha. camp. pUy of lady Slipper, with 
outer »®nw clumps having aa many 

hmpMixiv«r. ga 30 blooms. 


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1209 DOUGLAS STREET 385-4481 


■ Rama 
Runp. 
tr IMnL 


GkOWB ALL SIZES 
Bamboo, a grass, ranges in 
size anywhere from a few inches 
tall to 120 feet high and 12 inches 
in diameter. 


thill* Rivrr CSNna. SayanM 
Fnl IVapia ■ him Moat WatoM 
aa. carapMM. XrlM* Ba> 
mlmm Iter Ik**. Krtsrr toy. 
aumaa *wr tow. I*t tor. 
Itmld X Shukrr. Aim tor 
Afrt Free Ram. mm l Cbistt H- 
aim. 

Pal IVnm. MrSnil 

ustna sea .nr tow 

Camarm Lakr Chain. CkMra Lakr 
M< Krauei Sportls. Oonda. port Aj- 
tomi. 

P-irt BratNuar. P«1 AtfearM 
Bl»hr«'i Landms, Sptr«! taka 

Thr l li p lia toe. Spnai Lak*. 
Lakrahnr. Sarvk-r. Sphat Lak». 
wilvai'a CMtato Sprai LaAa. 

Klltaa Uadar. Ipmal Laka 
Thr Ark. Uraal Caneal lakr 
W*mp Rn. Skm. Mam. fev«r OJU 
Road 

Nahmml Lrrfir. Sahmml. 

SaiM ai i UcturW 

WaKar'a Salt Srnr. Tnfhai. 

MnaWis Same Cams u*m toa. h 


Your Good Hpalth 


The new aU-sillcon-transis- 
tor circuit of the Radioear 
Model 900 heartnr aid takes 
advantage of the latest 
scientific advancements to 
bring you maximum per¬ 
formance and reliability in 
the smallest possible size. 
Come in arwf try this be- 
hind-theear aid for your¬ 
self. 

Cloned Saturdays 


He'll guide you in decid¬ 
ing how to finance the 
purchase of a home. The 
advice of your Realtor is 
invaluable in completing 
financial and legal details 
when purchasing or dis¬ 
posing of property. 


itamine there are various Infections 
ruBchsi which can attack the lungs, 
so in Sometimes an X-ray gives an 
Immediate and strong Indication 
>aration of just what the trouble it; some- 
seed c* times further tests are needed, 
it with It becomes a highly technical 
problem. 

NO, having had TB does NOT 
u ms- provide any immunity against 
la luag recurrence. 


Continued from Page 1 


Mayhem in Skies 


The services of the 
Multiple Listing Service 

era available to you. 


in vwithweMem Oklahoma, kill- tng team died when his Jet ex- 
ing ihe six men aboard. ploded as the four-plane teem 

IWr nr Mniarr- uw lhn .i • A mwnb « T ** * U S. a*r practised just before landing 
Munssml n” ftHLT Muti? lI! f ° rrr Thund>rt,ird ,tunt fl y- « f Hamilton air base in CaU- 

ItlT ca-Z W^IU Rfinfilt Pair A federation Aviation Agency 
wre tkaa half a Mack Mill I *>«*•!«« If- I lllf spokesman in Washington said 

ver recover?_I V r/ a x il w * 8 not certain a tape re- 

Thls i. damaga across the KldfltiPS colder from 9s P«iflc Alr- 

Ittnal cord. It c.n be from in-, . . ' !l"” 

iry, infection, or in some cases) JiMftfSts for hrin n. Mima raw*rt n* 

Itorgy or hypersensitivity !' 1 'MUger ^ 

achto bme. with rabiesl PORT WILLIAM .CP) _ Two or 


THE VICTORIA 
REAL ESTATE 


•noetk ausnk ae I ns ssS a 

drrfst meal.—MBA. R. L. 

You do have a miserable prob¬ 


lem. Many others have H. loo, 

but rarely to the degree you 
daaartbe. 


the system at tha time 


VICTORIA CHAPTER ADMIHItTRATIVE MARAfiEMEHT SOCIETY 

(Formerly N.O.M.A.) 


EXHIBITION 

OFFICE EQUIPMENT 
and SERVICES 

Empress Hotel, June 18-19-20 


The Weather 


MAY lk, liM 47. Toda 

Small craft warning, Juan de ^ “ 

Fuca Strait. Mainly cloudy and | an i._ck 
cool with widely scattered era. Lfttl 
showers. Outlook Monday: <ure. 0 
Mainly cloudy with ahowers. showers. 
Winds light, westerly 30, near Forecast 
Juan de Fuca Strait. Preclpita- van Potn 
tion .03 inches. Sunshine 4 
hours 54 minutes. Saturday's re- a 
corded high and low at Via- m«m u 
i orta 5S and 41. Today’s tore- ‘££1 ■“ 
cast high and low 9(1 and 45. tor 
Today’s sunrise 5:30 a.m., sun- 
.sal 1:43 p.m. 

East Coast at Vancouver la- n*' pm 
land—Mainly cloudy and eool 
wlth widely scattered showm.'Jnwr. aim 
O utlook: Mainly cloudy witty ■ mm cw-, 
few showers. Winds light, ex- pf**" *■ 
eept occasionally northwest 15 clii.r/** 
in Georgia Strait. Precipitation ^mbiiiuv 


This exhibition ii sponsored by the A.M.S., in conjunction with their 
Area 13 Conference, to allow the busiaeasmea bs Victoria aad Van¬ 
couver labuad to aee the latoat developmento la this field. 


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SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 62 (S00KE) 


Registration of Grade One beginners for the 
Langford Elementary School will be conducted at 
the school from Monday, May 11th, 1964, to Fri¬ 
day, May 15th, 1964, inclusive, between the hour* 
of 1:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. 

Parents are requested to bring Birth Certificate* 
as these are required for verification of age. 


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THEM WILL IE MM SQ. FT. OF EXHIMTS 

Enquiries to: R. T. HOARD. 385-3411 
P.O. Box 757 


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* SECOND NEWS SECTION 


• VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SUNDAY, MAY 10, 1964 


PAGE TWENTY-ONE 


By JIM BUN 


PORT ALBERNI —Five 
weeks sgo, shortly after 
the tidal wave hit, the 
people of the Albemi Val¬ 
ley had high hopes of re¬ 
building, and soon. 




Now. due to the delay In aid 
from B.C. and Ottawa, the 
h o pes are Mamly fading away 
and this la a vsfley of asthma. 

I revisited the flood-stricken 
River Road area Friday and 
saw the pitiful light at many 
residents atttl trying to patch 
up their brokmdawn homes. 

EXCEED HIM 

One of the hardest-hit butt- 
neaamen, former Albemi 
mayor Jack Luddiurat, aaid 
the damage to hia Nnm— 

Auto Court an River Road wfl 
exceed 170,000 and ha is atttl 
desperately waiting for dlaaa* 
ter fundi. 

The hotels and motels_ 

which are out of the flood 
area are full to aparity. while 

I am losing 00 a day,” he Mm. Helvt Gtllbaaka leaks wt 


the wisdaw at her haaoe which 

"If l hod had aome help 

from the start, I anttd have * aH etsoii half m the read- 
had the place In aone swt of Poaolsg can, »re*fag 

shape. 

sp stones, have brokea set 


Mrs. Brochmann, and parrot, survey drying furniture from her father's moteL 


Overturned Kayak 


What’s All the Excitement? 


An overturned kayak In Victoria 
Harbor off Victoria West had the 
makings of a boating tragedy yester¬ 
day, until two youtha walked up to 
aak police what all the excitement 
was about. 

Mr*. Dulcie Banks, 407 Milne, 
telephoned police after seeing a youth 
paddling the kayak In Lime Bay and 
later noUaing It wai lodged upside 
down under a log boom. 


Forest Week, Too 


Two police cars and a police motor¬ 
cycle roared down to the foot of 
Mary Street, curloua neighbors 
gathered at the water’s edge and 
police were about to call out a boat 
lor assistance. 


Along came Ron Sturrock, 217 
Mary, and his companion, Don Mc¬ 
Connell, 721 Eaquimalt, to find out 
what waa going on. Police than 


learned the pair had been paddling 
the kayak a short while earlier, 

★ ★ a 

They found the kayak and tied It 
up to a log boom, knowing its owner 
could walk out and recover it at low 
tide. 

But a high wind whipping In from 
the sea overturned the craft, leaving 
It looking for all the world like the 
scene of a tragedy. 


VERY QUIET 

"We have ell been very quiet * *• wta4 °** omhrnmka 
and patient, but It's time aome- |» wsble to Hva to to# i 

thing was done,” said Mr. _ 

LucMiurst. 'This cant go on “■ $"•«* eea-Mtoa. 
much longer. 

Our prime mir -r had no ^, 

hesitation In oonmbudng to 
the Alaska disaster fund, but 
here In our own backyard we 

have to wait out endless hie- M/irf) 

Spring between the govern- IfM til C 

ments.” 

LYING AROUND I 1 1 

He said there is at least iSltUlU 

$300,000 In disaster fund 
money (from earlier floods 
elsewhere In Canada) 'lying ‘V Si If* ft 

around _ but I sure don't llfZWB 

know where It is.” 

With Mr. Luckhunrt is his n 9 0 

daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Brash- | JO 

mam, who arrived with her par- O 

rot from Ghana to help bar 
mother and dad dean up their 
motel. .. Jl 1 

William Richardson, who re- . .. _. » 

cently celebrated hia golden AlDCnU ATOM 
wedding anniversary, said it ■ ■ ' ■ — 


Eleven Island Centres 
Have Raised $45,346 


More 
Island 
News 
Page 38 


NANAIMO—Eleven Vancouver 
Island centres have approved 
and given grants lot si ling $45,346 
to the Albemi Valley and West 
Coast disaster fund. It waa dis¬ 
closed here late Friday. 

Figures given to a meeting of 
the Association of Island Muni¬ 
cipalities, held to consider pro¬ 
gress of its own fund, show the 
largest grant is $25,000 from Vic¬ 
toria, where private donations 
totalled another $6,060. 

SEND TELEGRAM 

The meeting decided to send a 
telegram to Prime Minister 
Pearson asking Ottawa to send 
all poaslbls aid to tidal wave 
victims. 

It also decided to ask that all 
Island donations be sent to The 
Treasurer. Albemi Valley and 


West Coast Disaster Fund, Boot 
5000. Part Albemi, rather than 
to the municipal association. 

la.saa more 

The fund received $1,000 more 
at the meeting when cheques 
were handed to treasurer Ray- 
mood Newman by Esqutmalt, 
$8,000: Ladysmith. $1,000; North 
Cowtchan, $853, and Cumber¬ 
land, $500. 

In Albemi. Mayor Fred Bishop 
yesterday clarified hia statement 
that (he $1,500,000 which B.C. 
and Ottawa may provide would 
not cover the total loss. 

LOSS OP BUSINESS 

He said he didn’t mean tha 
appraised loss but meant ths 
loss of business and the diflen 
ence between appraised value 
and replacement value. 


Fire Season Off 
To Bad Start 


Today mark* the opening of 
Forest Conservation Week in 
the province, but already the 
fire season la off to a bad 
■tart. 

By Friday, 91 fires had been 
reported to the B.C Forest 
Service—moat of them classi¬ 
fied "nuisance fires" started 
by children with matches, neg¬ 
lected rubbish fires and burn¬ 
ing of waste sawdust. 

FOCUS ATTENTION 

Conservation week is spon¬ 
sored annually by the Cana¬ 
dian Forestry Association in 
aui effort to focus public at- 

Goes to PNE 


tent ion on the number of fire* 
in the woods annually. 

The largest fire last week, 
now extinguished, occurred 
In a timber rale logging op¬ 
eration at the head of Bute 
Inlet It covered an estimated 
100 acres, mostly slash. 

COST $1,754 

Last week's fires coat the 
province $1,730, with most of 1 
them occurring in the Van¬ 
couver Forest District 

The hazard is low at present 
forestry men say. and It will I 
likely remain that way through I 
most of the week with gen-, 
erally cool, damp weather. 


‘Bulldozer Heading 
For the School!’ 

“Some kids have got » bulldozer started, mad 
they're heading for the school!” a neighbor to ' 
Esquimau High School cried over the phone to 
Esquimau police. 

But they found the bulldozer, used last week 
to renovate school property, waa only a place to 
play for the four boys who worried the lady. They 
were five aad six years old. 

5:10-Pound Cutthroat 

Nitinat Fisherman Tops 


wasn't much of a celebration 
with flood worries an hia mind. 

BADLY DAMAGED 

His home in the area was bad¬ 
ly damaged and he la not a 
young man. It will be hard for 
him to rebuild. 

Says he sadly: "Let's not talk 
about it” 

Rudy Bonoca, on nearby His- 
lop Road, Is unhappy because 
the government is “dragging 
its fcet.” 

He charged it would be a dif¬ 
ferent story if it was Kelowna 1 
or Kamloops. 

ONTO HIGHWAY 

Sc or a a at water-damaged 
pieces of furniture still lie about. 1 
In one part at River Road, a 
house is still halfway onto a 
highway. 

All that these people In the 
battered remains of what used 
to be homes can do is wait and 
hope. Their hope* are high no 
i more. 


Crashes Cost $5,200 
One Man in Hospital 


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- , . ... — highway. toria. on Highway 4 on the east DpHnaUPnCV Char HP 

All that the* people in the of Albemi Mountain. UeUnquefiCy IsflUrge 

m tb b I rvi 'battered remains of what used Damage In the head-on col- 

\11 Fl i t *1 f F iCnPriTlOn I nnc to be homes can do is wait and ll&ion was estimated at $ 2 , 000 . TkM 1 A a 

niiinai FiMimiidii iups ^^^ ■ I ss^rs£>. w sz Manager lined Again 
Cowichan Trout Derby Seven Sea Cadets i„ Club Gaming Case 


ALBERNI — One man re-| 
mains in hospital after four Al-1 
be mi-area accidents overnight 
Friday caused a total estimated 
damage of $5,200. 

Rosa Johnstone of Qualkum 
Beach was reported in *atlafac- 
Itory condition in hospital after 
! his car collided with one driven 
by James Clifford Bouch. of Vic- 
1 toria, on Highway 4 on the east 
side of Albemi Mountain. 

Damage in the head-on col¬ 
lision was estimated at $2,000. 

Cars driven by Walker Road 
(residents collided, police said. 


as one driven by Mrs. Rose 
Young was making a left turn 
into her driveway. She and a 
small boy in her car received 
lacerations and bruises. 

Police said the other driver 
was John Luctmeyer add dam¬ 
age was $1,000. 

The damage was about $1,200 
in a collision at Angel Rock by 


Cameron Lake. One driver waa 
Floyd Conn and RCMP are look¬ 
ing for the other. 

The fourth accident Involved 
$1,000 damage to a car driven by 
Donald Palmer of Lake Cowi¬ 
chan. He was driving near Mo- 
Kimon'a Dairy, outside the city 
limits, when the car went out of 
control and crashed off the road. 


Judith Garrard 
Albernis Queen 

PORT ALBERNI — Judithi Mlaa Garrard, who will 
Garrard, 17. a member of a < represent this area In the Mira 
ploneerAlbernl Vtoleyfamily, competition, was crowned 
was chooen Miss Albemi Val- ... 
ley for 19W-65 at a Jaycee ^ her predecessor, Marian 
sponsored dinner dance In the Bodmer. 

Athletic Hall last night. - 

Mira Garrard Is the daugh¬ 
ter at Mr. and Mrs. Robert 
Garrard and waa representing 
the Chamber of Commerce. 


LAKE COWICHAN-A 5:10- 
pound cutthroat caught by Ed 
Netzei of Nitinat was the biggest 
of 111 fish - entered yesterday in 
the fifth annual Lake Cowichan 
trout derby. 

He won a home workshop elec¬ 
tric saw for his big lake trout, 
while second prize of a trolling 
outfit was taken by Jack Heita 
of Youbou with a 4:12-pounder. 
BOY WINNER 
Wayne Tipton of Cowichan 
Lake entered a 3:14-pounder to 
capture the 15-and-uder division 
of the derby, sponsored by the 


St. Louis Men's Holy Name So¬ 
ciety of Cowichan Lake. 

The $100 prize for guessing the 
total number of fish was shared 
by W. A. Green of Duncan and 
J. McQuinn of Nitinat. each of 
whom hit 111 on the race. 

HIT BY WEATHER 

The large group of fishermen 
who entered the popular derby 
were prevented from logging a 
record entry by unsettled 
weather, which dominated fish¬ 
ing from starting time at 5 a m. 
until the close 12 hours later. 

Joe Carton led the committee 
which organized the event. 


Receive Awards 

SevuB young Sea Cadeta received 1965-64 awards 
for eftkdeacy daring annual inspection of Nanaimo 
Sea Cadet Corps held Friday night In drill hafl 
of Nanaimo army camp. Choice of the big corps 
were, from left. Bob Btnrale, Andrew Mah, Fritz 
Lurhmann, Nairn Semple, David Norris, John 
King and Gary Btronghma. Chief winners were 
youn^Nocria aa cadet of year. King as moat 
proficient and Mah aa beat la attendance.—(WUf 
Watson) 


THREE JUDGES 

She was chosen by Judges i 
Phyllis Newman, CBC makeup 
department head in Vancouver, 
Island Avon manager Alma 
Legg and Nanaimo business 
man Frank Ney. > 

Runners up were Susan Mc¬ 
Carthy, the Teen Town repre¬ 
sentative, and Linda Morris, 
the Gyros’ choice. 

Board Meets 

Langford Recreation Com¬ 
mission will meet in Langford, 
Fire Hall at 8Y>m Wednesday, 
Guest speaker will be G. J 
Pynn. recreation consultant. ] 
Vancouver Island region. 


NANAIMO — Manager of the 
Nanaimo Club made another 
court appearance Saturday as 
the result of an RCMP raid 
Fab. 21. 

Norbert Smith. 840 Beach 
Drive, pleaded guilty to con¬ 
tributing to Juvenile delinquency 
by allowing a l7-year-oid youth 
in the club, and waa fined $60. 

Smith waa convicted last week 
as the keeper of a common 
gaming house and fined $200. 
The Juvenile waa one of 11 per¬ 
sons arrested In the raid and 
charged with being found-ins. 

Also appearing before Magis¬ 
trate Lionel! Boeyor-Pott* waa 
Neil Edward Vanderhaege, 32,' 
no fixed address, who was ar¬ 
rested by RCMP Friday after 
failing to appear In court April 
30 on a charge of false pre¬ 


tences. He was reminded la 

custody to Tuesday. 

Vanderhaege pleaded guilty 
to driving without a driver's li¬ 
cence and giving a false name 
Is police officers and was fined 
a total of $35, or 1$ days In JaiL 


200 on List 
For Hampers 

Two hundred families will 
be on a list for food h ampe r * 
to be given away ad the Sur¬ 
plus Food Stall, 732A Cormor¬ 
ant, at li am. Saturday. 

Mrs. E. E. Harper, 5695 Pa¬ 
tricia Bay Highway, convener 
of the stall, said yesterday “we 
wiB be most grateful for any¬ 
thing people can give us.” Her 
telephone number is GR 4-1750. 


Pensioners Fail 
To Get Hospital 


NANAIMO - The old hospital, 
boarded up since Its replace¬ 
ment opened m years sgo, will 
be for sale as of June 1. 

Old Age Pensioner* Associa¬ 
tion president Joseph Sutton said 
yesterday he was Informed of 
the decision during a closed city 


hall meeting last Wednesday 
with Mayor Maffeo and hospital 
board chairman William Coch¬ 
rane. 

He said his group, which 
wants the building given to it 
as a hospital for aged chronic- 
care patients, will medt Tues¬ 
day to decide future action. 


High Hopes Sinking Fast in Alberm 

Governments Bicker While Tidal Wave Victims Despair of Help 


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New School Change Changed 


St• Anri’s Events Monday 


The Last of 100 Birthdays 


DUNCAN—All ready to cele¬ 
brate the school * 100th birth¬ 
day with two major event* 
Monday are the sister* and 
pupils of St. Ann's School on 
Tzouhalem Road. 

It will be the last birthday Ur 
the present building. A new era 
begins in September when staff 
and students move to the mod¬ 
em, aevenclassroom Queen nf 
Angels School, now being built 
at Tzouhalem and Maple Bay 
Roads. 

AMONG THOSE 

Sister Mary Lorana, above, 
and pupils, from left, Karen 
Thorne, Duncan, Grade 3; Brian 
Weisener, Mill Bay, Grade 2. and 
Iso belle De Roche, Duncan. 
Grade 5, are among those who 
will take part in the centennial 
events. 

The first Is a mass of thanks¬ 


giving In the school at 4:30 
p.m., with Bishop Remi De Roo 
of Victoria as celebrant, and 
the second is a pageant staged 


Indian Girls 
Debutantes 

NANAIMO—The flral na¬ 
tive Indian drbalaatea here, 
daughters of Chief Dongia* 
White and Mrs. While of 
Nanaimo, were presented to 
lieatenanl-Govemor Pearke* 
at the Navy League's annual 
debutantes’ ball In the Shore¬ 
line Hotel last night. Carol. 
IS, and Leona, 17, an Grade 
It students at Nanaimo Se¬ 
nior High. 


by more than 100 pupils in 
Quamichan Junior Secondary 
School at 8 p.m. 

After the move, the school 
will be Used as a residence for 
the 10 teaching sisters. Includ¬ 
ing those teaching primary! 
grade* at the nearby St. Cath¬ 
erine's Indian School. 

St. Ann's was built in 1861 by 
Father Peter Roodeault and its 
first teachers were two nuns 
who were among the first to ar¬ 
rive on the Island In 1858. 


THEN ORPHANAGE 

It was a boarding school for, 
Indian girl* at first, then be-j 
came an orphanage, a boarding 
school for boys and in 1356 a 
day school for !>oyi and girls 
from Grades 1 to 7. 

It was Integrated in 1961 and 
now has 70 Indian youngsters 
among its 200 pupils. 


NANAIMO — School trustees 
have deckled to canoel plans for ■{ 
HarewoOd Elementary School at 
renovations to accommodate a m 
kindergarten, and Instead will C 
enlarge sddlfinaa at Park Ave- P 
nue and Fairvlew schools. * 

Trustee Watty Minion says cl 
230 Iw—stars have registered b 
far kindergarten clasers start- * 
lag in the fall, which will see 
five-year-olds entering local |* 
schools for the first time, and 
there la room for at least 50 
more. 

♦ * * 

PORT ALBERNI — A meeting 
of West Goa at Allied Tribes has 
been arranged far 2 p.m. Sun¬ 
day. May 17, In Somaas hall, 
says Sheshaht band Chief Tom 
Gus. 

♦ * A 

NANAIMO — A light drizzle 
didn't stop a large group of dls- 
trict residents from attending 
the downtown parade yesterday 
which markad the end of Navy 
Week. Indoor events, including 
■hip tours sod dances, also had 
big turnouts. 

A * A 

CAMPBELL RIVER — Cy 
Head, former general manager 
of Victoria Grain Elevator Ltd. 

•t Ogden Point, and hia wife 

Gladys have bought the Gone 
Flailin' resort south of here from 
Mrs. Evelyn Peach and will re¬ 
name It Shatter Bay Resort. Th# 
Heads' plans Include purchase 
of Lone Star boat* and Installa¬ 
tion of more cabins and • boat- 
launching ramp. 

* * A 

DUNCAN—The Lions Club 
i will hold a Mother's Day pan¬ 
cake breakfast from § a.m. to 
2 p.m. today in the showroom 
of Hayea-Palmer Motors on the 
' Trans-Canada Highway near 
' Trunk Road. Proceeds will be 

I used for Lions' district projects 

r r A A A 

PORT ALBERNI—The Albemi 
f Valley Institute will conclude a 
. successful first season when pro- 
| vincial archivist WlUard Ireland 
1 speaks in Eight Avenue Elemen- 
tary School at 8 p.m. May 19. 

| The 126-member institute, part 
w of the Albemi school district's 
adult education program, has 
brought speakers here from Vic¬ 
toria and Vancouver for public 
r meetings. 

-I AAA 

K DUNCAN — Funeral services 
a will be held In St. Peter's Angtt- 
s can Church In Quamichan at 
I 2 p.m. Monday for Mrs. Char- 
d lotte Eleanor McMaster, a resi- 
-s dent of Stamps Road for 16 
5 ears, who died here Friday. 


PORT ALBERNI—Tba annual 
spring exhibition of the work of 
of the Albemi Valley Art Group 
will be held in the Arts and 
Crafts Cehtre at Recreation 
Park from 1 to 10 p.m. May 24 
and 25. The show also will In¬ 
clude work at pottery club mem¬ 
bers and paintings by Sidney 
and Powell River artists. 

About six of l he Albemi Val¬ 
ley paintings will be choaen by 


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Queen Pixie 

May queen of Salt Spring Is¬ 
land, chosen by fellow Salt 
Spring high school students, 
is Pixie Thor burn, 16, Grade 
10 student and daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Thorburn 
of Vesuvius Bay. 


Judge Wyn Davlea for a touring] 
exhibition iponaared by the Fed¬ 
eration of Canadian Artiste in 
cooperation with the Hudson 
Bay Co. 

AAA 

DUNCAN — Certificates have 
been presented by IWA local 
financial secretary Ed Linder to 
■even member* who completed 
a six-week union training course 
he conducted- Parliamentary 
procedure, the IWA constitution 
and other matters were studied 
by R. A. Hoyt. R. W. Munro, A. 
floyt, Donald MacGregor. F. 
Stefanlk, G. Davidson and Terry 
Eastman, all of Nltlnat. 

AAA 

NANAIMO-The Toastmaster* 
Club has installed as officer* 
Ab Robertson, president; Jack 
Elgie and Gordon Kirby, vice- 
presidents; Tom Cosgrove, 
treasurer, and Nick Lupul, sec¬ 
retary. 

A A ' A 

DUNCAN — The annual in¬ 
spection of the Canadian Scot- 

Slide Blocks 
Cariboo Road 

PRINCE GEORGE (CP> - 
Traffic I* being routed around 
an earth slide on the Cariboo 
Highway near Hlxon, 40 miles 
south of Prince George. A high¬ 
ways detriment spokesman 
said Friday repairs may take 
1 several week*. 


tlsh cadet corps will be held 
Friday in the armouries here 
with Brig. John Adam of Vic¬ 
toria as inspecting officer. Duo- 
can and North Cbwichao offi- 
I cl ala and parents of the 40 
oorpa me m ber s will attend. 

AAA 

PORT ALBERNI — Pemkaw 

advocate S. J. Maizes will visit 
this district during the forenoon 
of June 3. Those wishing an to- 
terview are asked to leave their 


names at the Unemployment In¬ 
surance office. 

AAA 

LARR COWMAN — Magis¬ 
trate’s court fines; Bruce 
; Knight, tteicin and Lake Cow- 
i khan. drivtng contrary to ra- 
I B tri c th at and paaatng white ua- 
, safe, total of S20; Robin Ue, 

Lake Gowtehaa. minor ha p» 
session of liquor. $25; Gordon 
Pariee, Lake Cowl chan, faulty 
muffler, $10. 


Cow Count Complete 


DUNCAN — Supervisor Jack 
Woof of the CowMian Dairy 
Herd Improvement Aaeocte-j 
tion completed records in April 
for 28 Holstein*, 13 Jeraeys, 
five crossbreeds, four Guern¬ 
sey and one Ayrshire. Quail 
lying mature cowm totalled 23 
of 43, qualifying two-year-otda 
four of eight 

Stocks of feed donated by 
B A K, Buckerflelda and Cbw- 
ichan Creamery were won by 


G. A. Hnumgart and G. A. Van 

Jaarsveid. 

Mr. Baumgart had high herd 
averages of 1,670 pounds of 
milk and 644 pounds of butter- 
fat and his four-year-ott Hol¬ 
stein Jager Farm Pride Evelyn 
totalled 15,888 pounds of milk 
and 662 pounds of bucterfat in 
305 days. Mrs. Van Jaara- 
veid’s 23-month-old Holstein 
Trixie had 13*44 pounds of 
ntilk and 532 pounds of butter- 
fat In 305 days. 


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King Arthur a Myth . . . But Myth Lives On 

SCORN CANNOT KILL 

LEGEND of CHIVALRY 

If teas with a good deal of regret that I read recently of the passing of Terence Hanbury White, 
the British novelist. To a majority of the reading public , his name means nothing. Nevertheless , he wrote 
one of the few masterpieces in the English language in the twentieth century , a book that I venture to say 
will assume the stature of “Gulliver'* Travel*” among future generations of students of English literature * 


“Hie book, “The Once and Future 
King,” is White's interpretation at the 
Arthurian legend, a story that has en¬ 
gaged the imagination of English writers 
for eight centuries. The novel, on which 
Lemer and Lowe based the musical 
Camelof, demonstrated once again that 
every age can find fresh lessons in the 
misty vales of knightly romance. 

It was a chance remark during my first 
year of graduate study at UBC that first put 
me on the track of the Matter of Britain, as 
the Arthurian legend la sometimes called. 

I was casting about for a abode topic when 
I happened to mention to Professor William 
Robbins, who teaches the popular Victorian 
poetry course, that I had enjoyed Tennyson’s 
•Idylls of the King, - a poetic version of parts 
Of the legend. He was on me Hke a oat Waul* 

I be interested in doing some work on the 
Arthuriad? After all, everybody knew about 
King Arthur, but few ever wrote about him 
nowadays. Perhaps I could undertake some 
kind of comparative treatment—atari with 
Tennyson. go back to Malory, then ahead to 
the twentieth century. Thera were the novels 
of this man T. H. White, for instance. 

I mid I'd think It over. I looted the library 
Of the three relevant books by White, entitled 
"The Sword in the Stone" (this will ring a 
bell with Disney tons), "The Witch In the 
Wood" and “The Ill Made Knight. - They sat 
unread in my office. 

It was Margo Simon, a rare bird of a 
librarian In the Comox area, who finally shook 
me out of my lethargy. During a visit to the 
Simon home near Kye Bay, I mentioned my 
conversation with Robbins about the Arthurian 
theme. She lit up immediately, fluttered off 
Into a comer bricked with books, and emerged 
triumphant with a volume called “Lancelot - 
a long poem in blank verse written In 1930 by 
the American, Edwin Arlington Robinaon. 
Margo knew that he had written two other 
long poems on the Arthuriad—why didn’t I 
do my thesis on Malory. Tennyson, Robinson 
and White? 

This discovery of the Robi n son poems 
tipped me over the brink. I went hack to 
UBC and read the neglected poveta of White 
with extreme delight and a growing senae of 
excitement. I waa on the path to Oamelot. 

The question is often asked: Was there 
really a King Arthur? The answer is no. We 
first read the name in the “Historia Brit- 
tonum." compiled around 680 A.D., wel over 
two centuries after the first Anglo-Saxon in¬ 
vasions. The original figure upon whom later 
legench were based was likely a Romanized 
Celt (a general or war lord, not a king) who 
had modest succeaa In leading the native 
Britone in a futile stand against the invading 
Germanic tribes after the Roman garrisons 
left to defend their homeland early in the fifth 
century. Perhaps he used some sort of cavalry 
In his campaigns, which might account for the 
later association of Arthur with mounted 
knights. That Is about as much as anybody 
can say without slipping into the realm of 
folklore. 

It waa this sketchy fragment of question- 

Kgs I —The DaMy CaAsakd, anrifinp, tUg IS, BM 


able history that formed lbs basis of the 
legend of King Arthur, Guinevere, Lancelot, 
Merlin. Camekx, assorted knights and ladles, 
lovers and villains, wizards and witches, tour¬ 
naments and Grail Quests, courtliness and en¬ 
chantments. and al the ooiorful and imponbie 
trapping of the Round Table saga. Like any 
great epic, the Arthuriad grew slowly through 
the centuries, gradually being shaped in the 
Imaginations of a host of mainly anonymous 
writers, poets and historians in Britain and 
France. 

It is interesting to note one example of how 
the legend as we knew it today took shape. 
Lancelot is the moat famous and powerful 
knight of the Round Table, and more impor¬ 
tant, the lover of Queen Guinevere. Yet in 
spite of his pre-eminence, he was a late comer 
on the Arthurian scene, the creation of the 
medieval French poet, Chretien de Troyes. 

by 

JACK R. CAMERON 

Faculty of Education, 
University of Victoria 


UntO late in the twelfth century, the Mat¬ 
ter of Britain had been chiefly concerned with 
stories of war and manly adventures. With 
the advent of the cult of courtly love, which 
stressed the softer themes of courtliness and 
devotion to the lady, the women of the French 
nobiMty insisted that poets inject into the 
legend some sort of liaison between a b ach e l or 
knight and a married woman. Guinevere was 
the obvious choice as a female, but what of 
the Identity of the lover? Ftor various reasons, 
none of the existing knights was a p propriate, 
so Chretien invented Lancelot, who embodied 
all thf virtues of the flower h uod of chivalry, 
and waa we* qualified to love the finest laity 
of the kingdom. Thus out of the desire of a 
lew ladips of court for literary titillatlon cams 
what is now perhaps the moat famous theme 
of (he legend. 

Unlikely Champion? 

The Arthurian epic flnalled Jelled, so to 
speak, under the pen of an EnglMman. Sir 
Thomas Malory, who translated and reshaped 
a series of French poetic romances while im¬ 
prisoned tor assorted crimes. Including rape 
and rrtbery. If Mich a man seems an unlikely 
candidate as the chief interpreter of chivalry, 
he can be defended on the grounds that he 
wrote his masterpiece during his repentant okl 
age, or that he was really innocent of the 
charges, of which we have skimpy evidence. 
In any case, wch matters are more the con¬ 
cern of crusty scholar*, who an notorious for 
their enthuriasm for that sort of thii*. 

Malory Mved in a brutal, violent age Gun¬ 
powder and the long-bow of the yeoman had 
made the knight obsolete while chivalry had 
become an excuse for ceremony and pageant 
rather than a pattern of behavior. The aris¬ 


tocracy of the fifteenth century was not cfaivaL 
roue, but corrupt, proud and privileged. 

Malory saw the lack of moral fibre In high 
places, arid perhaps he hoped that his book 
recounting Arthur's wars and the nobility of 
his Round Table would inject some national 
pride and personal virtue into the aristocrats. 
But whatever his motives, he produced the 
definitive version of the main strandb of the 
legend, and no later author produced anything 
Important on file Arthuriad wllhout staying 
fairly close to the basic characters and inci¬ 
dents of the “Morte d'Arthur." 

After Malory, the mist thickened over the 
vales of Avalon. During the next 400 years 
not a single piece of first-rate writing in Eng- 
lish was p r od uce d on any aspect of the legend, 
on the horison were the Rmatawwnc’e. wkh its 
revival of r la astral learning, and' the Reforma¬ 
tion with Its mutant fervor lor religious inde¬ 
pendence. Both were d evelopments alien to 
feudal chivalry and humble mystic devotion, 
two of the baric Memento of the Arthuriad. 

The later reaction a gai n s t medieval ro¬ 
mance, which waa largely the result of a lack 
of understanding of the spirit and purpose at 
the tegemto, Is evident in Roger Asrham's dto- 
guat in hla book "Scholemaster" (1570). Mal¬ 
ory's “Morte D*Arthur," says Ascham, is baaed 
on “... slaughter and bold bawd rye; in which 
booke those be counted the noblest knkghteo 
that do kill the moat men without any quar- 
rrtl. and commit fowlest adoutteriee by mtlefi 
shifiea." 

The magnificent flowering of the theatre 
lit the Elizabethan period produced only one 
obscure play on the Arthurian theme. That 
Shakespeare apparently ignored the story la 
a major puzzle and disappointment to Aw 
thurian scholars. He was attracted by king¬ 
ship, and certainty must have known about the 
legend. 

The decay In prestige which put the mys¬ 
tery and beauty of the myths and legends at 
a discount continued for well over a century, 
culminating in Henry Fieldng's ‘Tom Thumb" 
(Fielding la better known these days lor BU¬ 
CK her Tom, called Jones). It is an amusing; 
satiric farce, but Arthur’s boorixhneea, his 
queen's stupidity, the suggestion of a parallel 
bet w ee n Tom—the tiny hero of Juvenile fiction 
—and Lancelot, and the crude Ik-vntioueneas 
of. the rart of the cast Is a far cry from tht 
noble spirit at Malory. ThM was (he point of 
fewest disgrace; with the advent shortly after * 
of a fresh, new. romantic spirit in English 
literature. King Arthur was to return once 
more to resume Mb traditionally dignified 
place in literature. 

The legends found a worthy champion 
about a hundred years ago when the poet 
laureate. Lord Tennyson, turned to the Ar¬ 
thurian stories to find some k~»ons for Ms 
age (m leading an ethical Mte and maintaining 
a stable civilization. 

Tennyaon, who arms a better poet than fits 
twentieth century la willing to admit, shared 
the belief of Ms fellow Victorians that society 
was steadily progressing far the belter in *1 
epherw of human activity. Order, staMfity 
and caution were n ecem a ry If progress was 
to be maintained. The well rooted tradition 
behind the monarchy, the parliamentary ay*- 
tern, the church, the legal and banking ay* 
terns and the universities had taken hundred* 
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gueae, nudging and winking, whenever this writer's back teas turned , as we waited at Belem's airport Jon 
our takeoff to Manaus. His unpleasantly intent game still followed her aboard the aircraft. 


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We never knew what it waa all about; 
presumably mistaken identity in relation 
to some trifling matter of smuggling, • 
dope, white slavery or simple piracy. 
Belem is like that. At the end of five 
days in this tough, jungle-beieagured port 
at the mouth of the Amazon, we d hardly 
have been surprised to hear the bark ot 
oulverine and see a tall ship heading for 
the docks with the skull and croasbones 
triumphant at her masthead. 

The atmosphere fit* the place; sultry, with 
sudden thunder and tropical downpours. Tho 
brood Avenvda Varga* leadinj. down to the 
waterfront, with to few. rawTmodern build¬ 
ings and respectably Victorian storefront ship¬ 
ping Offices, is a facade for an old town still 
redolent of the buccaneer days of the Spanish 
Main. Contraband is a main occupation. 
Utough Brazil la the greatest coffee-producing 
country in the world, we couldn’t get coffee in 
Belem Native*, surprised at our ignorance, 
explained patiently that it hod all just been 
smuggled out In two record ship-loads to avoid 
the export tax, British Guina being the likely 
destination » 

Boys vigorously peddle contraband at street 
corners There are hard-eyed, salty men of 
many na i lonaMUes, who become quiet and 
watchful as you enter the cafes and honky- 
tonks where they drink their rum and make 
their deals. You can buy anything for a price 
and prices are high, from food to the light 
ladleH who emerge from their own special 
quarter afier 8 p.m. to monopolize cafe tables 
and ply their trade. Quiet, unexpectedly cul¬ 
tured men ask rather pathetic questions about 
their far-off homelands and you have the sense 
oat to ask why they are here. 

At night the Proca da Republic la loud with 
shouts and screams ot drunken quarrels. 

Belem has its Bosque park, natural jungle, 
with a jolly cave housing vampire bats. There's 
a an a museum, an eighteenth century cathe¬ 
dral. the decaying grandeur of the white 
marble Paz theatre. In the old part there are 
picturesque ancient churches and streets. You 
can drive out to where the only road-link with 
the bulk of Brazil begins; thirteen hundred 
miles to Brasilia and still a hazardous trip even 
Si good weather. Nobody you ask Is likely 
to tell you where anything Is. or how to get 
to it. This is about the beat we can aay for 


1 

MANAUS, 

Brazil 


this vaguely hell hole town, except tor its 
waterfront docks and market, which tor na 
made our vMt well worthwhile. 

Belem Ivea by the Amazon, the demands 
and exports of the enormous hinterland it 
serves. The local newspaper carries long Hats 
announcing the departure dates of frright and 
passenger basis tor points upstream; eleven 
days to Manaus, longer to remote landings on 
tributaries leading back into Columbia, Bolivia 
and Peru. In its market swarm natives from 
far up-river and the delta, from coffee colored 
Amaaoniana to the occasional fair-haired Ca- 
bocto, mingled with the coal-black Negro 
descendants of the slaves who were brought 
here a century ago. Their wares are as color¬ 
ful and varied as their dress. We favored the 
medicine stalk with their love-potions, virility 
and child-birth charms, dried snakes, lizards 
and powdered horrors in rows of little bottles 
hung on strings, which for all we know, may 
be as effective as anything prescribed at home. 

Directly bordering the market k the vast 
spread of the river. Ocean going ships srt 
anchored out In the stream and the stem¬ 
wheeler steamers that plough their way up¬ 
stream nudge the shore. But here steam and 
diesel still give way to sail. There are hun¬ 
dreds of sailing vessels, from the hVgh prowed, 
bright-colored fishing boats with their felucca- 
type sails to sturdy schooners and sloops that 
beat their way along the coastline of the open 
Atlantic and beyond, often with cargoes it 
would be a mistake to advertise. 

The quayside k a tracery of their sails and 
rigging: their seamanship a joy to watch. 
Aboard are piled men. women, swarma of chil¬ 
dren, freight, in vivid confusion. Hie smells 
that halo the whole scene are awful, fascina¬ 
ting—decaying fish and meat, rotting fruit, 
combined in one glorious, hot tropical stench; 
the ground underfoot a sewery, glutinous 
squelch. But the waterfront folk we found 
wonderfid; courteous, ready to joke, delighted 
to have their photographs taken. For all their 
poverty, we met not a beggar among them. 
They were a happy contrast to the sour and 


vaguely sinister atmosphere of the town that 
largely Uvea by their labors. 

Belem to Manaus: -There was a frontier 
touch to the Cruzeiro to Sul Airline DC3j 
half the seats removed to make way for 
freight; an informal crew with arhom the chit- 
then immediately achieved friendly terms. 

Flying low for nearly 900 miles up the 
course of the Amazon, the enormous size og 
the river was almost beyond belief. Not ana 
ckar channel, but a vast tangle of waterway* 
large and small, ranging In color from blood- 
red to turquoke, Writhing through an emfteaa 
carpet of vivid green jungle, sometimes from 
horizon to horizon. Sometimes we could pirn 
point the main channel by spotting floating 
Islands moving slowly downstream. Great thun¬ 
derclouds rolled to meet us, the 'plane plung¬ 
ing and rearing like a bucking bronco. The 
children have now flown so much that Rory 
Insists on fastening his own seat belt while 
Mandy casually warns her father when the 
warning signal flashes mi and off. 

We came town at Santarem tor lunch and 
refuelling, right by the river, skimming over 
enormous Regina water-lily pads as we came 
In. In the llttk airport's sknpie restaurant 
an enormous meal was topped by any drinks 
we wanted, at the airline's expense. 

Airborne again and the children up in the 
pilot’s cockpit—Rory enthralled, Mandy over*- 
awed but noting everything. 

The main flow of the river became more 
defined as we approached the Junction with 
its tributary, the Rio Negro, itself some fifteen 
miles wide at their confluence. Jane waa up 
forward, taking photos as best she could over 
the pilot's shoulders, as we circled to land 
beyond a wide sprawl of modern buildings 
and straw-roofed huts on the high river-bank. 

We'd arrived at Manaus, capital of Amaz¬ 
onas, queen of the long-dead rubber boom, 
probably the moat isolated Mg dty in the 
world. 

And. as footnote to this stirring journey, 
since the ridiculous k so often more vital than 
the sublime: Can anyone tell us how to get 
one-and-a-half yenr-old Rory to take hk anti¬ 
malaria pfllsj Last night In Belem left us 
almost nervous wrecks trying to force them 
down him. Disguised with everything from 
cereal to syrup. It makes no difference; even 
when we induce him to swallow them, he’ll 
return them, ple as ed with his own cleverness, 
seconds later. He nearly broke us with tho 
name problem to Guayaquil, nine months agat 
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af years to mature, while Nature evidently 
had required several million to lift man from 
the primordial slime to an English drawing 
room. Because Tennyson reverenced stable 
Institutions, firm leadership, and the tradi¬ 
tional Christian virtues, he was naturally at¬ 
tracted to Arthur, that champion of Christen¬ 
dom who “Fought, and to twelve great battles 
overcame / The heathen hordes, and made a 
realm and reign'd.** 

And so the great spokesman for the Vic¬ 
torian Age rescued the Arthurian legend from 
neglect, and wrote a series of narrative* poems 
which together comprise a small masterpiece, 
-The Idyik of toe King.” 

Tenny son's poms stayed pretty ctose to 
Malory in plot and In spirit, except tost ha 
gave • good deal more psychological depth 
to the characters, particularly to Arthur and 
Gmnfvere, and to Lancelot, the greatest. 


grandest, mast Ill-starred of all the knights. 

Tennyson had some kind of crude allegory 
In mind when he wrote the "IdyMs": he thought 
of Arthur as a personified Soul, the human 
perfection towards which every man should 
struggle. Guinevere seas to be the Flesh, to 
which the Soul must be joined if it k to accom¬ 
plish its work on earth. Came lot was Arthur's 
Civitas Dei, which finally coilapsed because of 
man's failure to follow high principles. 

None of ttto metaphysics is very convlnring 
or interesting, but Tennyson was rather half¬ 
hearted about it, and did not let the vague 
symbolism Interfere with his poetic story of 
the rise, decay and fall of the Table Round. 
The “Idyik” are of high poetic merit, are fre¬ 
quently extremely touching, and are very read¬ 
able even today, at a time when the full bloom 
of English Victorian civilization seems very 
remote. The only contact that high school 


students have with them h a few Ones from 
the final poem describing the death ot Arthur. 

Alter the publi c a t ion of Tennyson's work 
there was a great revival of interest in Ar* 
thurian mat crisis on bath sidea of the AUantl* 
including Mark Twain's “A Connecticut' 
Yankee in King Arthur's Court.” Twain set 
out to slap the Matter of Britain to the fac* 
His book k a death wish on Eur op ean aris¬ 
tocracy, a torrent of hate and ridicule far 
knighthood, chivalry, religion and monarchy. 

Twain’s description of the court will give 
you the ides: . . just a sort of polished-up 

court of Comsncftea. and there Isn't a squaw 
to it who doesn't stand ready ... to deoeit- 
to the buck with the biggest string of scalps 
at his belt.” 

Anyone reading Twain 50 yearn ago might 
have validly concluded that the legend, after 

_CssMssad os rags I 

Dolly Coleakt, Sunday. May 19, IBM—Pago t 


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A GATHERING of EAGLES 


Air Services of two world worm. It turned out 
to be a mod happy, spirited occasion. 

“I don't believe there to another place in 
Canada where you could gather ao many old 
piioCs,” raid a competent observer speaking 
with the authority of 30 years’ regular service. 

Many old, bold and enduring friendships 
were renewed during the evening. They re¬ 
called the best and the worst. They eat down 
for a group picture, stood at the bar aa though 
half a century had not slipped the curve «ri 
time and sat attentive to watch an historic film 
depicting the history of aviation. 

“In the Beginning there was Air,” said a 
voice and talking to them were McCurdy and 
LecMe with the image and the mention of 
Alexander Graham Bell, the Wrights and 
Bleriot Soon they were laughing at Ihem- 
sehea, at the esrty planes they had grown 
to lose that “took off at SO, flew at 60 and 
landed at SO." There they were In aombat, 
plane to plane, plane to balloon and the begin¬ 
ning of a right mare called aerial bombing. 

There Vwf were wtti Barker, Bishop, Ool- 
11 *haw and Madaren. And when the gods of 
war had finished using them, there they were, 
many of them, gallantly trying the suicidal, 
impractical Job of linking Canada coast to 
aoaat with commercial aviation between the 
wars. The yean slipped and tumbled like a 
faulty television picture as they laughed and 
r e m e m bered. For this was their youth In a 
time when there were still Innocent Ideals, a 
semblance of chivalry end a good measure of 
loyalty to a code. 

There were no s p eeches, formal introduc¬ 
tions or llneritoota. No one had to tell them 
they were the best of the lot. These were not 
cardboard heroe s Invented for a bankrupt na¬ 
tional pride. Native ability and plain guts, 
when events forced a showdown, had caught 
the Imagination of a sad generation. They 
had set the standard, led the way, and others 
had followed. They were part of the vitality 
of a young country that sent Its best to patch 
up the mis takes of fools. Canada’s contribu¬ 
tion had been an Incredible 25 per cent of an 
embryo that grew into the Roysi Air Force— 
“per archie ad astro.” Their avenge age on 
the squadrons was >9. Thrir average hie three 
weeks. These few had beaten the odds. 


Two of the regulars aouM not be p r esen t . 
Don Madaren, a ranking ace with a fabulous 
record, and Ken OkMtrid who flew in tks 
desert supporting Lasneac* of Arabia, wers 
sadly mimed. Had Ken seen the famous fllna 
of T. E. Lawrence? “I couldnf sit stil that 
long with my back," be had replied. 

But the rest were thtve. With bells on. 

A quiet stranger was Bast Phfip of Sidney, 
out. for his find m eeting Having te.wn in 23 
Squadron from 1917, la 1940 he waa Sbll flying 
with the RCAF hi Transport Command. One 
trip across Canada be had as co-pilot a young 
frill out of the next generation his son, 
Owen, now Wing Commander Phi ip, DPC. 
rofnamrxfing a squadron In Germany at the 
moment. 

A gentleman from I Ip Island enloyed him- 
self quietly, having left bis 62 milk cwwb on 
his Uriible Hill term Modest wonderfully 
warm and friendly, few would guera he had 
three Distinguished Service Crosses and ths 
Air Force Cram, that Ms achievements wers 
to the realm of the tenlasife. But this evening 
he had fallen a m ong friends and some of bis 
escapades were out of hie control. 

For openers a member of 35 Squadron 
jotted him across the room and remembered 
the fine a strange aircraft from No. 3 Squad¬ 
ron had landed on thrir field in Fmnce. 

“Three of us, alf from Victoria, all oile d 
over to see what a naval tore raft was doing 
In our pasture. We were nstms. We tho u g h ! 
the plot looked a trifle peaky, and perhaps 
a drink might help Mm “ 

The pilot, indeed, ted require a helping 
hand. 

"For there was Joe with 53 buTW holm to 
hla fuselage and one tn bis hip. He had Just 
shot down throe German fighters In sucreasloa 
by letting them get on be toil amt then mak¬ 
ing a tighter loop." 

Duke, Deemed and Pemberton, all of Vic¬ 
toria, helped their comrade out. Lanoe Duka; 
the only survivor of 35 Squadron to remem bar 
the event, recalled the date as April 7, 1917. 

Percy Wilkinson, secre ta ry of the works 
**°n. Basted by and printed to Group Captato 
Joe Fall, DSC, and two bars. AFT “Amsring 
man." he muttered. "Invented a landing light 
for aircraft. Also comnutied the untorgtvnbls 


So nt# were bald, tome grey and 
m few Mill golden, but the eaglet 
of Vancouver Island flew in to 
their Victoria eyrie on Wednes¬ 
day, April 15, and quietly tallied 
the score. 

a 

This was the birthday of their 
species . And no stranger was pres¬ 
ent. Just the youngsters pushing 
fifty who had followed them into 
the air in (mother generation. 


Some were In good feather. A few 
bad the eye and the carriage of hard' 
middle age. Some shuffled with the help 
of canes. Some were still packing lead 
or nursing old combat wounds. 

But thrir spirit shucked off the years. 

Wing Commander R. W. Stewart, 81, was 
the oldest. A mellow veteran still in bloom, 
be waa born In 1963. able to serve as a soldier 
of his Queen, Victoria, until he transferred to 
the Royal Flying Corps to October of 1917. 

The youngest was Colons! H. E. S. Blades, 
a bare 64 years. He sprouted wings in August 
of 1917. 

That Inseparable pair, Ken Saunders and 
Peroe Beasley, were present to gladden the 
hearts of all who knew them. Pioneers, they 
bad proceeded to Wright Field at their own 
expense in 1914 where they learned to fly In 
order to Join the Royal Naval Air Service. 

In toot 55 years of these Incredible char¬ 
acters had flocked to the building on Quadra 
Street aa special guests of the Air Force 
Officers’ Association. Al had seen action in 
the Royal Flying Corps, the Royal Naval Air 
Service or Use Royal Air Force prior to 1919. 
Half the group had managed to serve in the 

Vbga 4—The Datty Csloutot, Hwdsr. May IS, IBM 
















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High Skies Their Battleground 


Mu of modifying service aircraft when at Cen¬ 
tral Flying School.” In 1921 Fall put on the 
that formation aerobatics that started with 
aka* rolls and inverted Hying. 

Meanwhile the others had private incMrnta 
ar epics to recall. In small groups were Mor¬ 
rison. Gal lard. Stewart, Watts, Sharpe, Davies 
from Lethbridge, Cameron. Doe. Gentles. Shaw, 
Dixon, the Rev. Mr. Bright and Sid Morton. 

Emerson Smith, the Toronto hoy who shot 
down Hermann Gorring and then b*«nnr a 
prisoner of war, was talking to Cecil Holms 
and Tom Sehl of the RFC, RAF and RCAF. 

Snatches of conversation tugged at the Im¬ 
agination. 

“See that chap talking to Barclay Shaw? 
Ha has In his pane niton the Ant airmail letter 
carried In Canada. That time Hoy left Van¬ 
couver In a Ourtla JN4 at 4:15 a.m. Thursday, 
August 7. 1919, and took the mail to Cal- 
gary . . 


three days later ha was shot down wearln* 
those same wings. No, ha didn't oomc hack." 
The party carried on. 


The aight was still a pup when the grey 
eagle* and the bald eagles and the goldew 
eagles went off quietly into the night, un- 
gentlemen of the oid 


noticed. Soberly, 
school they would atow the memories until 
they cduM arcrmMe again another year ta 
keep the tradition and honor the beat of the 
paat. 

Checking up next day with the lovely wife 
of one aid eagle to aee how he had stood tha 
teat, It was comforting to hear. "He cams 
home on a little pink cloud," she said, **K was 
so good far him." 

And so It should be. 


“I was shot dawn.In 17 and when my son 
flew in the Second War, he had my old RFC 
wings under hi* lapeL Twenty-Sve years and 


Scorn Cannot Kill Legend of Chivalry 


Oouti**ed from Page S 

* flowering under Tennyson, wan now indeed 
dead and exhausted. Twain's irreverence 
Bri n l ed in tune with an age that was Instating 
on realism in situation and action, and on more 
profound analysts of character. The legends 
had the added disadvantage of being sympa¬ 
thetic to aristocracy and privilege, an unpopu¬ 
lar sentiment in a democratic age. The entire 
Middle Ages, furthermore, were coming into 
thsrepcite the word “medieval” was commonly 
oaed as Invective. What chance for popularity 
and respect had the Matter of Britain in such 
an alien atmosphere? 

Actually, the Arthuriad has done very well 
tor itself, mainly because of the interest of 
aa American poet. Bdwtn Arlington Robinson, 
and a British novelist, Terence Hanbury 
White whose recent death prompted this re¬ 
view of the history of the legend. 

Robinwtn wrote two long poem'. "Merlin" 
71917) and "Lancelot" f 19301 on the fall of 
Oamelot. A Mberal democrat, he questioned 
the traditional grestne* of Arthur and his 
kingdom, although not in the bitter spirit of 
Twain. He waa influenced by the political 
•vents in Europe during the first two decades 
of this century. The Communist Revolution 
and the World War had resulted in the (Isola¬ 
tion of several monarchies and In a general 
km of faith in the ability of many political, 
aortal and religious Instttuttona to create a 
better world for man. 

Robinson’s plot stay* p ret ty dose to that 
of Malory, but he gives the character* a good 
dial more lntelectual depth than they ever 


the minutiae of medieval life and a sense of 
humor. These, blended with a brilliant imag¬ 
ination and an acuteness in Judging character, 
resulted In “The Once and Future King." 

It is a book that- I hope all of you win 
read as soon aa possible: If you are a “reader* 
in any sense of the word, I'm sure you wkl be 
delighted. 

The temptation la strong to make soma 
critical commentary on the book, but 1 think 
that it should be left to speak for itself. I 
must caution you. however, that It la not a 
fairy tale. The rise and fail of Arthur's king¬ 
dom. as White sees it, pose* a vital question 
for modem man. 

In the Anal chapter of his hook. White 
(may he rest content in his beloved Avakml 
asks the most important question of all: la 
man perfectible? After all, it is on thi* 
assumption that King Arthur always acts. If 
man is not capable' of indefinite improvement. 
If he does not really desire peace, order and 
prosperity, then the work of the king is essen¬ 
tially vain. If man is intrinsically evti. or 
simply an amoral animal in an insensate 
universe, then there 1s not much point in at¬ 
tempting to set up high ideals for society. 

Tennyson assumed that man was capable 
of perfection; after two world waja. White ia 
not so sure. Perhaps viatonaries such aa King 
Arthur are too optimistic about the human 
race. If man can never reconcile Ms nature 
and his ideals, then no real progress ia pos¬ 
sible and hopes far peace and goodwif In the 
world are chimerical. 

Oaky C n to al a T Baakaj, May M.1M4—Fag* • 


had before. And no doubt Malory would be 
■hocked at some af the thinking of Robinson's 
characters. For instance, Lancelot, who has 
traditionally been a bulwark of monarchy, oc¬ 
casionally souncte Hke a rabble-rouser at a 
leftist rally: "What are kings? / And hoar 
much longer are there to be kings? / When 
are the millions who are now like worms / To 
know that kings are worm*, if they are 
worms?” 

The influence of the twentieth century is 
further evident in Robinson's handling of 
Guinevere, who is emancipated from her usual 
colorless role and given considerable lnteUee- 
tuai and conversational ability. 

In the alow evolution of the Arthurian 
legend. Robinson's poems are very important, 
but they are not much read any more. Rob¬ 
inson dkl not truly came to grips with the 
problems of hatred, oppression and war that 
are common both to the Arthurian legend and 
to the twentieth century. He assumed that 
Came lot was corrupt, and monarchy outdated, 
but he made no real attempt to explain the 
reasons for Arthur's failure. The poetry mainly 
lacks a bit of the earth to give the character* 
some of the warmth, humor and pathos neces¬ 
sary to really humanize these misty figures 
of legend. 

Whea Terence Hanbury White started 
about the Arthurian saga after the Second 
World War he brought to the task two quali¬ 
ties that no major Arthurian author had 
hitherto employed: a scholar's knowledge of 


















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1/ your memory goer back to the local scene at the outbreak of the First World War you'll no 
doubt recollect, along u>ith the Komagata Maru, the Nanaimo trike, tuch familiar names as Dick McBride, 
Price Ellison, Mr. and Mra. Jimmy Anderson, Elliott's Horse, and that mot mysterious figure, Gustav Alto 
von Alvensleben. 


Which ot course cornea as a bit of a 
•hock after all these years; but if you’d 
been around the docks at Copenhagen on 
Sunday afternoon, August 2, 1914, you 
would have spotted him striding up the 
gangplank of a ship bound for New York. 
To achieve this nip-and-tuck passage from 
Europe on the eve of war would classify 
Herr von A. as being very lucky; but as 
it turned out he was very unlucky. 

Of course he didn't give that impression 
Outwardly; rather he created the cultivated 
Sdmoaphere of wealth and breeding. You got 
• hint of this from his fashionably tailored 
clothes and expensive luggage. For truth to 
tel!, up to now, 34-year<oid Alvo von Alven- 
•leben. head of a financial empire in British 
Columbia, had it made. 

Of course you might have wondered why 
this clean-cut, lean-Jawed, soldierly type, ob\i- 
ously the pattern of a German reserve officer, 
was leaving Germany at the moment of his 
country's emergency. But. like they say, there 
were reasons. 

It's a long story that goes back to his early 
schooling and a moment when he was 18 tin 
18981 when a family decision had to be made 
about his future. It was a time when the 
German Empire, welded together by Bismarck, 
the Iron Chancellor, had quickly emerged to 
the position of a front rank power and young 
Kaiser Wilhelm was aiming it at “a place in 
the sun.** It was in keeping with the trend 
that Alvo's father wanted to see hia son in 
the army; despite the fact that the son seemed 
anore intei'ested In agriculture or forestry. 

Father, however, had hia way and young 
Alvensleben was entered as a cadet at a mili¬ 
tary college and later passed Into the army. 
Although earmarked for a commission, still he 
<Nd the first- eight months the hard way, In * 
the uni form of a buck private. Came the ex¬ 
aminations and a commission as second lieu¬ 
tenant in the artillery. Despite the wild stork** 
that flew around B.C. this I think was the 
highest rank he ever held. Just to ensure 
that officers were gentlemen (with private 
meansi his pay was 150 marks a month (about 
$351 so -tike many others he got an allowance 
of 500 marks a month from his father. Eng¬ 
land. you'll note, wasn't the only country with 
remittance men. 


Always in Debt 

IN HIM FIVE YEARN of army gaiety, dis¬ 
turbed occasionally with drills and parades, 
young Alvo showed a remarkable aptitude for 
running into debt. “He has absolutely no con¬ 
ception of the value of money,” once stormed 
his father, threatening at the same time to 
pull a few wires and get him transferred to 
some tiny garrison town on the Polish border 
where there would be little opportunity to 
•pend. In that angry interchange between 
father and son. Junior, then in his early twen¬ 
ties. delivered himself of an unorthodox sug- 

ng* •—The Dally Cokmlat, Sudsy, May XC UN 


GUSTAV ALVO voa ALVENSLEBEN 
... a rather remarkaMc sm 


gestion; dad would be better advised to glua 
him his fare across the Atlantic and from 
then on he'd support himself. 

Something in the tone of his son's stake 
ment made father bow to the inevitable. Thus, 
after six years of barrack room life, on a spring 
afternoon in 1904, Alvo was one of a dozen 
passengers sailing from Hamburg on a 
freighter, bound for South America. He was 
headed for San Salvador to take up coffea 
growing under the guidance of his oldest 
brother, who had seemingly prospered in that 
field. 

There was no canal In those days, ao he 
took train across the Isthmus to Panama, but 
when he finally arrived at the estancia in San 
Salvador he found a changed picture. The 
previous two years had been the worst in hie- 
tory for the plantations and with coffee a glut 
on the market, big brother was practically 
broke. 

He stayed on a few months, however, and 
It was during this time he heard of British 
Columbia. That's the place to head for,” aaid 


Perhaps you remember some of the stories about him; how on the eve of hostilities he left Van- 
eouter on a night train for Seattle disguised as a woman. Like many another persistent story about Alva, 
there's grave doubt that it ever happened. As a matter of fact, at the outbreak of hostilities between 
Britain and Germany, Alvo was thousands of miles away from Vancouver and, believe it or not, busy 
skipping out of Germany. 


hia brother. • sentiment echoed by two ar 
three Englishmen on nearby plantations. 


Off to B.C. 


OFF SET ALVO on the next ship, and 
landed in Vanaouver in June, 1904. He had a 
mixed-up notion of a wild west where you 
worked with your hands, so he left six steamer 
trunks full of dothing in San Salvador, and 
brought only a couple of suits with him, plus 
a hunting rifle. He had very little money, 
and somehow the first look at Vancouver gave 
him quick realization that now he was really 
on his own. He refrained from hiring a hack 
to head for the beat hold; instead he eyed 
an expressman with a one-horse rig, and 
throwing his bag in the back said, "Drive me 
to a cheap hotel.” It turned out to be on 
Water Street—a dollar a day, Including mesial 

For a few weeks he looked things over. 
Anally had to hock his rifle, and when the 
proceeds were about gone decided to hit for 
the wide open spaces and get himself a Job— 
any Job. 

With, a rucksack and newly purchased 
blankets on his back, a jaunty Tyrolean hat 
on his head, a hunting Jacket But would have 
suited an African safari, whipcord breeches 
and stockings, off set Alvo to conquer tht 
west. He said later that he thought the coun¬ 
try would be like Europe with a little village 
every mile or so. After s few days trudging 
Fraser Valley roads he discovered the differ¬ 
ence. However, after successive lifts from 
kindly farmers he eventualy found himself 
at the end of nowhere. 

Suddenly there appeared a termer on • 
pinto horse by the name of Agassiz, whs 
offered him a Job pitching hay at $2 a day, 
with the privilege of sleeping In the ham. He 
took It. A week or two later walking the 
railway track he met a young section hand, 
who happened to be German. Upshot w«S 
they swapped Job*, and in the succeeding 
month Alvo discovered not only the Fraser 
River but aha a salmon canning operation 
St the Brunswick cannery. 


$4 a Day 


AS A BOAT TULLE* in toe salmon fleet 
he also discovered he could make nearly $4 
a day. No motors of course in thoae daysg 
Just sails and oars on the conventional twe 
mar Fraser River craft, where the owner was 
entitled to two-thirds of the take, and the boat 
puMer one third. They got ten cents a fish 
and could figure on bringing in about 131 
a day. 

When tell came and die run was osw r, 
Alvo Muck around the cannery and thanks to 
a friendly manager acted as watchman that 
•inter. He wraa allowed the key to the com¬ 
pany store, took what grub he wanted, and 
settled for it in the spring. As a sideline ha 
ahot ducks few Vancouver dubs and restaur¬ 
ants. He got 38 cents for mallards, 45 cents 
a brace for widgeon and teal When he was 
later an affluent and important member a t 
toe Vancouver Club, be Eked to remember 


The Young German Aristocrat Dreamed of 

KAISER’S WAR SMASHED 



















CECIL CLARK /«.*«• 

BUatralioa by JOAN M. SMITH 


ALVENSLEBEN’S HOPES 


turn am ha Bold Mi at the kitchen en¬ 
trance 

It vm during Mi asnnsrr experience that 
lie noticed two thin**; one waa a girl. tlw 
other wu the i nc s c s ps h le lmprmion that Van¬ 
couver wu deetlned to be a Mg city. Mean¬ 
time there waa fishing to be done, and with 
the next season Ahe had Ma own boat. Thia 
time he gut the two-thirds share. Turned out 
there was a terrific ran o i M. eo heavy in 
Met that the canieiiu couldn't hamfie all the 
catch and limited the purchase iron each boat 
to ISO a day. It struck Aivo at the time that 
more canneries were nee d ed, a deficiency ha 
wan able to cm re e l in time! 

When the eenaon ended, the one time army 
officer with no conception of the value of 
money, had 11,500 In the bank. He decided 
to go into the real estate basineas. got a small 
office on Grsnrihe Street, fitted it up with 
furMture. and paid fix months' rent. To cut 
expenses he llvad in the rear. 

Advertising Pays 

IRONG nv an MUtD m the need tor 
advertising so he went to see the editor of 
a big Vancouver daily, and blithely suggested 
that as he was short of money he would like 
to get some advertMng—on credit! The editor 
waa sightly amused, e sp ec ia lly as the request 
came from a young man with an unpronounce¬ 
able nunc who spok e In broken English. 

“Credit*" he ssfcL "Fbr how long, and to 
what limit?" 

-ftorevw!" said Alvo. -And no limit!" 

However as the editor listened to the ex¬ 
cited young man etching a picture of Van¬ 
couver's future, somehow he gat the message. 
"Alright" he said finally, "you've got cr e dit 
for three monts." 

Thk waa on a Friday, and the next day 
Alvenslehen came out with a two-page ad com¬ 
posed by himself. There waa some argianent 
with the advertising department who wanted 
to straighten out the grammar, but Alvo 
wouldn’t have it. "The very things you scent 
to straighten out." he told them, “are the 
points that give It appeal." 

"Why." he went on enthusiastically, "people 
sell be Interested In this dumbkopf German 
who doesn’t know much EngMtit but who sees 
opportunities " 

Which Is the way It worked out, and soon 
Alvo had three salesmen working for hm. 
In quick time he moved to bigger offices, and 
even managed a trip to Germany to see hi* 
father and bring his younger brother out. He 
not only vMted Germany but also Holland 
and England and with his family connections 
had no difficulty in getting investment funds 
from such people as Retchscbsanrfinr Beth- 
manman Hoi I we g. Field Ifaraftal von Macke rv 
sen. Emma Mumm of the champagne indus¬ 
try. and Frau Bertha von Krupp, af the steal 
trade. 

Success Achieved 


He was against holding tracts of land la 
the sticks until an expanding city caught up 
wkth them. "Better to buy as expensive lot 
in the heart of town and build on it" 

He used to quote as an example that if it 
were possible to build a fifty-atorey. building 
(this in 1908!) alongside the Bank of Eng- 
lang In London, it would be the soundest in- 
vestmet In the world. Just to support his 
point he built s seven-storey building of his 
own ki Vancouver. 

Hie theory about the real estate boom came 
true for by 1912 there were growing signs 
that things were tapering off, and by 1913 
there was no doubt of the slump. Undaunted, 
however, in die spring of 1914 he set off again 
for Europe on another hunt for capital $2 
million If he could get It. With all these re¬ 
sources awaiting development there just had 
to be people ready and willing to invest in 
B.C. mines, timber and fisheries. 

IT WA8 ROON AFTER M* arrival in Get^ 
many, on June 28, that Austria’s Archduke 


Francis Ferdinand was assassinated in a Htlla- 
known Balkan town. When Austria started 
prewiring the gidlty Serbian*, slowly the 
nations started taking aides and thus the stage 
was readied for Armageddon. Hie cMU of 
foreboding that blew through the oorrid u c a at 
Europe's chancelleries served to fcce over the 
money market that von Alvenslehen hoped to 
tap. As Germans obviously weren't hi the 
mood for further investment, he thought he'd 
try England. He was there the first week of 
July and found things no better. As ho 
hastened from one conference to another came 
Judy 27 and the British Admiralty’s qitiet In¬ 
timation that the Home Fleet, the world's moat 
powerful task force, would not disperse after 
the recent manoeuvres. Von Atvemdetien 
hastened back to Germany for a last mi nut a 
ronvaos. It was later than he thought fbr 
the next day Austria declared war on Serbia, 
and the dance of death had begun. The day 
following Rusks mobilized its huge army, on 


BY IBM when he married Oitario-hom 
Mary Weilcult (the giri of hie Brunswick can¬ 
nery days) Alvo was heading up kail a dozen 
companies, firms like the Vancouver Timber 
and Trading Company. Vanoouver-Nanatmo 
Coal, Queen Charlotte Island Fisheries, and 
fan addition fostering the growth of Stewart. 
In between he acquired a lot of p roperty both 
In Vancouver and Victoria. We are Indebted 
to him. by the way, tor Thunderttrd Park on 
Bellevfile Street. 

Though he dabbled in real estate funda¬ 
mentally he put most of his investors' money 
In mines, mills, timber and fisheries. He had 
a oputious streak that prompted his opinion 
that a real estate boom was of no real benefit. 

“It’s no good." be used to say. "just swap¬ 
ping comer lots with ooe another. Tou’vs 
got to build on them.” 


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Cheers 


•hopper, teacher, dressmaker. nur«e, financier 
and last but not least gay oompentun to that man 
•he calls honey. 

Running a modem home If "big business," 
■ays Dr. Henrietta Fleck, chairman of the de¬ 
partment of home economic* at New York Uni¬ 
versity. As an example she cited the budget for 
food consumption alone . . . over 10 years the 
average housewife spends 115,000 )uet to feed 
the family. Food purchase* Involve much more 
than buying food Just to fill stomachs . , , food 
purchases involve much consideration. A family 
should be well nourished, the food palatable and 
It's the Mother who must decide how Important 
are the embellishments. Besides food the house¬ 
wife if r e s p onsible for spending a large portion 
ef the family pay cheque . . . there are clothe*, 
home furnishings, recreation, entertairdng. holi¬ 
day* and the maintenance of health, to name 
a few. 

Aa well as the mundane duties of housewifery 
and motherhood there are the intangibles . . . 
women all over the world are homemakers. Their* 
Is the opportunity at instilling Into the minds 
and hearts of youth the principle* of jusctice, 
honor, tolerance, understanding and peace. Their* 


The hectic early morning . . . getting 
breakfast and seeing that everyone eats it; 
finding Father's mislaid car keys and Jill’s 
other shoe; making two lunches, combing 
Nancy's curls, reminding John that his shoes 
need cleaning; warming milk for the cat 
about to have kittens; gathering up clothes 
to go to the cleaners; dressing the littlest 
one, then driving him to kindergarten. Drop¬ 
ping clothe* at cleaners, grocery shopping 
and a call at the bank. Then home and. a 
quick cup of coffee before tackling the 
breakfast dishes, the beds and the bathroom 
dean-up. Uniteen phone calls while making 
the dinner dessert and a cake for the PTA. 
Discovery of the cat and four kittens in a 
bedroom cupboard Just before it'* time to 
pick |Q) Jay and two other children at kin¬ 
dergarten. Deliver children, and home foe 
lunch. Fix lunch and persuade Jay to eat 


simple redps that any Betty or Bob could — 
fur tonight's dinner dessert. Hour about ll, ps|* 

BAKED ORANGE PUDDING . . . f «n* 
separated, V* cup sugar divided, f lip flsar. 
f tbsp. aw l ted bu tt e r, '* cup evaporated ssUb. 

1 tbsp. |ia *cd s raug s riwd. 1 sup ara^s 
jslre, •/« tap salt sad orawg* eeteto*. for 
garnish. 

Beat egg yolks with 2 tbsp sugar. Sdr bo 
flour and melted butter. Gradually add evapo¬ 
rated milk, orange juice and rind. Blend until 
smooth. Beat egg whites and salt until soft but 
not dry. Gradually add remaining f tbsp. sugar 
and beat until very stiff. Fold egg yolk mixture 
Into egg white meringue. Pour bits f wet- 
greased custard cups Place In a Shallow bakliqc 
pan. Place on oven rack, pour in bailing water to 


Dully 


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HEAR HELOISE: 

^ Here’* a great idea when giving t teen-ager B 
party: 

Dress up the soft-drink bottle* with paper dotUea 
and use colored straw* for added gaiety. Just cut slit* 
crosswise (like sn X) in the ■ ■ 

center ef the doily and slip right away. *ep oa Iss sake 
it over the bottle, making a lata tbs starch, 
pretty, frilly skirt! Th* Ira mm awlt and esvar 

If you servo the soft the starch with a thbi flha ad 
drinks in glasses, doily skirts prsrrattog 

that sadesIraMa rasa ad thrift 
starch froaa fwlag. 


will holt 

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An 


ran be used on them, too. 
Just cut the slits a iitUs 
longer. 

For a more festlvs look, 
add cherries, a sprig of mint, 
and put an orange slice on 
the rim of the glass. 


DEAR HELOTSEi 
MS you have mads list starch. 
Bad are set gslag to ras it 


DEAR HELOISE: 

Whon painting ths ceiling 
In your horns, ins toad c t 
using a Jaddar, try standing 
on a table completely cov¬ 
ered with an inexpensive 
disposable plastic protectae. 

Moot tables open in th* 
center so that a loaf or two 
can be inserted to matat 
them even longer. 

You will be amasod at Ik* 
steps this saves, and it's a 
cinch to get back If th* 
places you missed. 

Be sure to check the table 
legs first to make sure they 


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GUP the COUPON 

An Idea] gift for Mother’s Dsy or any ■ pedal occasion Is one of Muriel 
Wilson's Colonist Cook Books. 

Simply dip and enclose the coupon, properly completed, with the remittance 
and the gift cook book will be forwarded. 

This Is a unique publication, cleverly illustrated, and the text is entertaining 
as well ss Informative. 

MURIEL WILSON’S 

Colonist Cook Book 

28S1 Dougina Street, Victoria, B.C. 

P.O. Box No. 300, 

Please send ——.......... copies of The Colonist Cook Book to the 

following address: 

NAME.. 

MAILING ADDRESS... 

CITY OR TOWN... 

I enclose f_........... (at 32.00 per book) 


FOR THE MOTHER IN THE HOME 

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kitchen curtain* and start the Ironing. Dress 
Jay to go outside. Bustle of children home 
from school and dinner preparation .. • 


me responsmiiiiy or maxing me nome me true 
ba»l* of the nation, the bulwark of faith and 
democracy. "Just a housewife" Indffd! 

Calling all fathers and children 
. . , let's give Mother her due and 
crown her "Woman Extraordinary." 

Our Mother's Day dessert is a 
Baked Orange Pudding, light as a 
cloud and flavorful as a fresh orange. I 4 
It can be made from fresh or canned I 

orange juice with decorative sen ions 
of trash orange for garnish. It's -a 


nan tne aeptn of custard cups. Bake in 350* 
oven for 30 to 35 minutes. OooL Tuna out sst to 


ft must bs to this Mothers credit that as her 
Ray pasasd in r e v iew she was able to smile. 

No, M’am! You ara not "just a housewife." 
Apart from the 140 beds to make each month, 
Che 700 pournto of food to prepare . . . each wife 
plays a variety of addfttonel role* ,,, chauffeur. 


GUIDE'S CORNER 


Good Companions 


Quick S i ra wt . . . (tot eowra from the tops of cap cakes sad flH ce n tr e with leiiHW pta 
Bag. Us pa ring** pie fllHsg Is very good but suk atttsto l e ras a jales for the >/« cup of 
Aar ealled for, for more flavor. 

This time of year whew apples have lost their tartwe—. do this whew mahlwg apple pto 
. Spread a layer af tart red jelly over apples before putttog ew the top end. Cat dnaa 

fastest oalow ftakra sdded to salad dressing sdd jost the right re*tie spark. 

Mr a spoowfal of mayonnaise tato mashed potatoes for extra sip. 

T* soften eooo ww t that has dried owt . . . • team to a si eve over hot water. 

For a rich, brown crate oa baklag powder b is wri te ... brash tops with evaporated 


The house is quiet . . . lira people sit before the fire . Father is 
reading the newspaper but Mother just sits in the big chair ... she is 
relaxed with her eyes closed. W arm th, love and tranquility are in this 
room. Behind Mother's Hosed eyes,parade the events of the day ... 


Th ree 






















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ORANGE PUDDING 


yuur pm time d emit pUlm and gtnM with 
fresh onnfi sections. 

To section orange* . . , peel and remove aa 
much of the white membrane aa possible, than 
ami on by cutting along aide oI each dividing 
membrane from outside to middle at core. Uaa 
a sharp knife and hold over bowl to retain juice. 

Another delightful de m i t that any KtUe 
mother'* helper could make la Ch e e r j Che da. 
ThU recipe came to roe recently from Paris, 
France. It came from a former Victoria girl i who 
had received a Muriel Wilson Colonial Cook Book, 
and wrote to teh me how much she was enjoying 
It and enclosed this lovely recipe.) TMs la a 
ref rige r a tor de aaa r t and need* no baking. 


DEAR HELOI8S: 

I separata drinking glasa- 
aa that ara stuck together 
by putting thorn in my frees- 
er and laaviag them aw 

































































































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VIVIENNE CHADWICK visits 


If you have ever toured the 
I axle of Wiggoty—or, more for¬ 
mally, the Isle of Wight—you may 
remember an extraordinary little 
cottage beside the road, with a 
fence, paths , urns, flower-pots 
and borders, all in the usual style 
of most cottages except for one 
fact . Everything that could take 
a coat of cement, including the 
bottom two feet of the facade of 
the house itself, teas mg coated 
• . . and in the cement every¬ 
where were embedded thousands 
and thousands of fragments of 
china. China of all sixes, shapes 
and colors . Broken saucers, cups, 
plates, jugs and so on. It mode 
a mosaic of sorts, strange and 
wonderful to behold. 

And. though this particular tourist, 
who doesn't really hold with smashed 
china as something to cherish, thought 
the net result was pretty ghastly, lots of 
people were very Impressed, and bought 
postcards with pictures of the place and 
a short history oi the owner and mosaic- 
maker. 

He waa quite old then. If I remember, 
and had been engaged with his dubious 
artistry nearly all his life. So I fancy he's 
gone now, and therefore won’t be dis¬ 
tressed at my philistine attitude. 

The Class Cwtle on the blind Highway 
Just south of Duncan in which George and 
Mabel Plumb Hve, isn't la the same class at 
all. Class Is a much more accepted and 
acceptable-Sorm of bulkhng material, to 
atari with, and moreover it ian’t smashed. 
Which la Just as well. True, instead of cups 
and saucers MV comp osed of bottles snd Jars, 
but the point Is that the castle has design 
and symmetry, and thar makes sU the differ¬ 
ence. The place Is being put up ss s possible 
future tourist attraction, as well as providing 
a satisfying hobby for its very imaginative 
owner, and haa already received a certain 
amount of pubfcctty. But George Plumb is a 
hard-working man, and e v ery few months show 
many new and original additions 

The idea wasn't wholly his own. sold Mrs. 
Plumb. There Is a building of this type on 
Kootenay Lake, which caught her husbands 
fancy and mads him decide he would Ike to 
try something of the sort for himeelf. And 
there are others. I remember a tavern some¬ 
where ki Central America Corlnfo, I think, in 
Nina rag us where all the booths, partitions, 
aeaii and tables, were green glass bottles. 
Bo Home up, naturally. Anyway, George, a 
Saskatchewan man and a construction worker, 
came to Vancouver Island and bought the 
present acre ami a half, on which there was 
a good-sized CTO bunkhouac, and where there - 
are no local ordinances prohibiting bottle 
hnusra. And his family, his dark-haired, attrac¬ 
tive wife Mahal, and two boys and a girl, now 
grown, having* no ablecttons to living behind 
glass wfikh. after all, bn't here transparent 
— he went to work. 

To date he has used some 95.000 bottles 
and between 500 snd 000 bags oi cement. Ha 
was started off with a gift of 3.000 milk boitles 
from the Palm Dairies, presumably when, a 
year or so ago. most of the companies chanced 
the shapaa of their bottles or went In for caul- 
boord cartons, 'nicer, some with little House- 

Page I#—The Deify t .Iraki , Sandsy. May I»i 


PEOPLE WHO LIVE 
IN GLASS HOUSES 


wife notes to the milkman still inside them, 
form the walls of the house. They are set 
bottoms outward, open ends in against the 
framework. They are most painstakingly 
done, and ths result, rather resembling the 
modern glass brick In use today, is definitely 
pleasing. 

Along the upper port tons of the waXs, how¬ 
ever, are inert the odd colored pieces, mainly 
the amber beer bottles, and this has been dons 
to catch the eye of the highway motorist above 
the fence. The fence, too. is glens, and will 
be a double one eventually, with the open 
ends of bottles meeting in the middle, the idea 
btng to deaden the noise ok traffic, which still, 
saye Mrs. Plumb, takes a bit of getting used 
to, oven after two years. In the fence, hero 
and there, open spaces have been left, snd 
these are to accommodate bright flower pots, 

Mabel Plumb Hkos her flowers. When this 
writer waa there a series of beds, in irregular 
Hera like a rock garden, was full of superb 
tulips, daffodils, and narcia*. But the rock 
garden was brown beer boKlas. very neat, 
colorful In the sun, and somehow not as In¬ 
congruous SB one might think. This Is part 
of a waterfall, a pond, and a little stream 
tinder a bridge which enth in a goldfish pooL 
All-glass, except for the mouth of the water¬ 
fall. which la an old-fashioned "brown jug” 
on Its side, the water coming down over throe 
to rraces of bottles sberd in half, lengthways, 
over a transparent chute which hi lit %t niirht, 
and ar> down to the goktftah! And beside the 
"rock garden" Is a low strip of fencing com¬ 
posed of plain white preserving Jars, spaced 
apart to give an openwork effect, and topped 
by a row of those turquoise insulators which 
one seas, or used to see, on power poles. 

The wel, and the pump which lifts the 
water, are housed In another glass edifice 
which la designed to be, by and by. a souvenir 
booth, Thk has two turrets from which fly 
pennants, and is very gay. At the moment all 
being to deaden the noise of traffic, which still. 


the building at all lengths snd angina, which 
the architect realizes is dangerous, so pres¬ 
ently a facing will be devised. Connecting tha 
corner turret here to a slightly larger one on 
the main house, a distance of perhaps 10 feet 
or so, la a neat archway. It Is done in plain 
glass, but with the word "Welcome" Inset la 
the brown beer bottles. This la lit at night, 
too, And on the north end of the house will, 
where It is visible from up-hlghway, are tha 
won is ‘George's Castle." 

Juat inside and to the right of the mala 
entrance, doubtless meant to stir public curb 
osity, there stands a replica of an American 
Ooco-Cola bottle. It’s 12 or 14 fort high, and 
has been built of hundreds of the actual ooka 
bottles in their pale distinctive shade. AM you 
see are the round neat ends, and because of 
the soft color and the perfection of tha worth 
manahip, one naait perforce admire. Across 
front this la what will be a ticket booth one 
day. There Is no roof on it at the moment, 
because George is pondering a spiral affair 
like a anal-shell. Which is something thaf 
should challenge his ingenuity! 

Another Job in process of completion Is a 
good-sized greenhouse, and hers for the time 
being are stored carton upon earton of bottles 
of every Imaginable type, size, color and aha pa. 
From medirtne and cosmetic and household 
containers to everything available at the liquor 
aaores. Here dwells Inspiration, no doubt, la 
these very difference! 

George Plumb's homework, however, lent 
confined to glassware. Here and there little 
stone-carved or cement-mode animals ait bp 
fence or shrub. There la a deer, in one spot. 
And in ona or two glass globes topping pi Ken* 
an tiny penguins. Aking the house gutter* 
rather in the style of medieval gargoyles, other 
cement "earrings" hide the down spouts, tha 
mouths bring the rainwater vents. Nofahla 
among these is an elephant head, with hug# 
ears and a long trunk which, in net weather, 
pours Into a bird-bath below. 

Inside, much haa been done to the original 

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•wuumsH rMUiU 




The Old Marriner Place Rebuilt 


by GERALDINE MELD 


Johnny pointed a brown finger to where the Mag¬ 
ging verandah roof leaned brokenly on posts soft 
with dry-rot. 

“That old house is goin 9 to fall down preUy soon * 9 
he said flatly . 

I looked at it with a twinge of misgiving, for he 
had put into plain words the thoughts that lurked 
in the eyes of our friends when they said politely, 
“It's a beautiful position 

Below the property the Cowiehan River flowed 
round its last wide bend before reaching the sea. 
The colors of the evening sky lay on the still waters 
af the bay, and beyond, the dark bulk of the Mala- 
hat mountains was rimmed in yellow light. 

I turned buck to Johnny. "No,** in ■ photograph by My dated 
X told him with renewed deter* 1809, showing the old atone church 
mi nation, “It la not going to fall under construction, thia house 

down. We are going to make It ahowa up unmistakably, though 

atrong again.” the land did not come Into Brerv 

He smiled gently at me. Indian nan's name under a crown grant 
AMdran can be very cured derate, until 1871. 


ecomlul Anger, we were the new 
and somewhat apprehensive own* 
era at ‘The old Marriner House.” 


farms. My father took hia boat 
down the river-Uke roadside ditch 
to rescue the Marriner pigs that 
were swimming in their aty. 

It doesn't seem long ego, though 
Nettie then was a frail little old 
lady, that I naked her If she sUB 
went to farm. 

“No," she said, stroking the 
head of a fai black Labrador, "M s 
too far for Smoky.” 


The question now was what to 
do fleet. It waa to be a retire¬ 
ment project, but we couldn't 
move over for another eight 
months. We made weekend trips 
and tried to see how to get the 
ordinary modern comforts of light, 
heat and plumbing Into It without 
them being obtrusive. On the 
north side, en addition of lour 
bedrooms with three fireplaces 
had been built probably fifty or 
more years ago. Tills was not log. 
Dry rut showed all around it at 
ground level and to try to reno¬ 
vate it s eeme d hopeless, so we had 
It taken down. Prom the chimneys 
we had a lovely Mg pile of old 
brick, some of It now bulk back 
Into our new wing. 

This left the original log house, 
21 by 30 feet, with three rooms 
upstairs. The stairway to thess 
was narrow and twisty, Its steps 
Keep and grooved with wear. The 
upstairs had not been used, prob¬ 
ably since the sddtion had been 
built, as this had Mocked out two 
of I he windows, and others were 
boarded up. When we got them 
uncovered we found that the win¬ 
dow openings were cut at e slant 
through the logs towards the 
glass, making a deep frame for 
the lovely view. 

It wss In the cupboard of the 
large bedroom that Mr. Marriner’a 
diary was found It Is now In the 
archives, lie and hia brother came 
to the Cowiehan Valley in 1863 
and bought farm land about two 
miles from her*. It wee there 
that Mery iMande), Gertie and 
Nettie were born ... the three 


It had been Ax months before, 
on a visit to Vancouver Island that 
we had called in to see Nettie Mar¬ 
riner. She was the last of the 
three Misses Marriner whom I 
had known as a child in this house. 
The curtains were not drawn and 
the furniture stood exactly aa I 
re m embe r e d it. Yet, somehow 
there was a feeling of emptineea. 
We asked an Indian neighbor, 
Johnny's father, and learned that 
ahe had died a few months before. 

Standing la the sunshine there, 
I remembered the ttmee that I 
had tried to ask her what was to 
become of the properly. However, 
it was an awkward subject, and X 
never found out. 

Reading my thoughts, my hus¬ 
band said. “Wed be craty." He 
poked the rotting poets. The 
place Is falling down ” 

Across the flats in Cbwichan 
Bay a freighter waa loading lum¬ 
ber and s swarm of small boats 
moved slowly, Ashing. “It Is sort 
of fascinating,” he admitted. 

By the time Johnny pointed his 


In the living room an ornate 
mantelpiece and wallpaper to 
cover the brick chimney had been 
put on at the aame time as the 
addition we had demolished. One 
weekend we deckled to strip it aX 
off and get it back to its original 
simplicity. Under the thJtfl layer 
of paper, we found sheets of news¬ 
paper from the Portland Intel¬ 
ligencer dated 1878. It was brtmn 
and brittle but quite legible. There 
was also a whole seagull s wing. 

According to the Land Registry, 
this property became the Mar* 
rinan' i n Auguet. 1916. But under 
the linoleum In the living room 
were epread copies of 17*e O o l en 
tot. The Times and The Oowkfcan 
Leader dated 1906-8. addressed to 
Mrs. L. Marriner. So they must 
have been living here earlier than 
the records show. 

Be for me. the place Is Ailed 
with gentle ghost* of kind people 
who fed me rock buns fend seed 
cake. With my feet swinging high 
off the floor from the straight- 
becked chair, I waa made to “alt 
Mill at testlme." 

I don't believe they wAI mind 
that we have added a new wing, 
with deep windows for the stew, 
and a modern bathroom 

The oM house has a new lease 
on life and anon should paaa Its 
hundredth hirthdav with only long 
memories to reveal ito age. 


They Mill worked the farm, 
when I remember them best, walk¬ 
ing from this house each day and 
hack again carrying their produce. 
We bought their butter in two- 
pound round pate, with a com¬ 
placent cow standing under a tree 
•tamped on it. 

Then there wss the time when 
the dykes protecting the flats 
from Cbwkrhan Bay broke and 
aster lay two feet deep over the 


ANAG’AM answers 













TRAGEDY a.d FORTUNE 


BRUSHED a SHOULDER 

Two young men went to the head of Nitinat Lake on western 
Vancouver I gland and apparently antagonized the Indians. They never 
returned. 


People Who Live in Glass Houses 


OoaHaHi from Piga 18 

bunkhm**. A modern and vary attractive 
kitchen, for Instance, with one wall of Irak 
flntohed at the top with a panel of glass made 
from at might aided containers . . . somebody'* 
whisky. Isn't It? There are throe bedrooms 
and a large living room which U gradually 
being reorganized aa a museum, while another 
room yet to be completed will be the family's 
private quarters. In the museum, shelve* have 
been bulk around the walla, and these hold 
a collection of aid coin* and paper money, 
masks mm of which George haa made him- 
aelf and the more unusual of the huge supply 
of odd and ancient bot elm. There ha a collec¬ 
tion of guna In a enar on one wait, and the 
hearth of the ftreplace la made of the local 
pink rhodonite. Ihare are a few examples 

Pan 1»—The Da% CStaM, Haaday, May It. 


of native Indian artifacts, and the Plumfaa 
hope, as time goes by, to gather much more 
of this. 

At the present time George Is employed at 
Cnofton, but the couple are obviously looking 
ahead. Give them a few more yearn, a few 
hundred more bags of cement, a few thousand 
more bottles, and the entire acreage, aaya 
Mabel, will be landscaped in Its own individual 
fashion. The fence will be bright with hailing 
baskets (bottledi, the booths will be busy, and 
the museum set up for touring. 

So * U devoutly to be hoped that nobody 
throws any atones. And, following a slightly 
different line of thought. M la well the Plumba 
have a large parking arm. otherwise they 
might have traffic problems. 

A bottleneck, for example . , . 


A young would-be prospector began to compose himself for the night under a tree 
In the Yukon during the gold rush—and another young man approached him and took 
him to a place where be found gold. 

These are among the recollection* of a man who now is awaiting hi* 91st birth¬ 
day in a bungalow in the Marigold district of Saanich. 


H. C Robinson, wtioaa family brought him 
lo Victoria from England at the age of 14, now 
Uvea In the garden-act house at 987 Jasmine of 
his shipyard-worker son-in-law and his daugh¬ 
ter, Mr. and Mrs. T. R. H. Crowthcr, and their 
son Thomas. 

Some of the names and date* are a Iktle 
difficult for him tu recollect now. but still 
vivid In his mind is the recollection of the 
human drama of hla day* on the west coast of 
Vancouver Island and in Alaska and the Yukon 
In hla early manhood. 

It was about 1890, when Mr. Robinson was 
in hi* 20s. that his father acquired a store on 
the west coast of Vancouver Island, near 
Nltlnat Lake. 

The young men. whoa* work In Victoria so 
far had included a Job as a Hudson** Bay 
Company deck, was to operate the store. The 
first step was to learn Chinook, the lingua 
franca of the Indians. 

Then he left to take charge of the store, of 
which the business far the moat part consisted 
of exchanging doth, floor and other manufac¬ 
tured goods for pelts especially of seals. 

It was “when the sealing was on" that Mr. 
Robinson operated the isolated little store and, 
although some bear and raccoon skins were 
received there, when the seal pelt trade de¬ 
tained the elder Mr. Robinson gave up tha 
little post and the son returned to Victoria. 

It was an Isolated life on the west ooa*t 
then, and time was measured by the about- 
monthly visits of the steamer. 

And It was easy to lose track of even that 
time m e as ur e. 

Mr. Robinson recalls one occasion on which 
he had'loot track of the day and had gone In a 
small boat to visit one of the few other white 
men In the region one. Daykln, who with his 
family kept the Carmanah lighthouse at tha 
entrance to the Juan de Pure Strait. 

Although the distance between store and 
lighthouse was not great by today's standards. 
It was no Inconsiderable Journey in the small 
boot which Mr. Robinson used. When he ar¬ 
rived at the lighthouse, what should he see but 
Che steamer, outbound from Victoria. 


by Harvey Shepherd 


He stayed at the lighthouse for supper, but 
then tt required some hard, night long Jour¬ 
neying in hla little boat to be back at the stor* 
in time to receive supplies from the ship. 

It was the Daykln family which figured In 
the most dramatic of Mr. Rob in so n 's experi¬ 
ence* at the Httle trading past. 

One day the light house-keeper s son. Ned, 
and a white companion appeared at the store 
to stock up with a considerable quantity of 
groceries. They told Mr. Robinson they wens 
going to the heed of Nlttnat Lake to explore 
some copper claims and they departed in so 
Iron boat. 

Three or four days later Mf. Robinson 
looked out his window and saw some Indians 
In a war canoe. When he talked to them, they 
told him the young Daykln and HU companion 
had drowned. 

Mr. Robtnaon sent an Indian to the light¬ 
house with a message while he himself got 
another canoe and headed towarcta Nltlnat. 
When hr got about half way there, he raw the 
Day kin lad’s Iron boat knocking up and down 
on the shore with the waves, with 14 chunks 
of copper ore inside. 

Mr. Robinson found that the Indiana, who 
apparently had towed the boat to its p resent 
location, had removed all Us contents and put 
them beyond the high water mark. Mr. Robin¬ 
son reloaded the boat, towed It to the Indian 
community at Nltlnat and told the villagers 
to look after It. 

He returned to the afore and "along onmea 
old Daykln” to *sk what wm wrong. Mr. 
Rotolhnon told hlm>of the Indians' claim that 
the lads had been drowned and then Mr. Robin¬ 
son and “old Daykln" went to Nitinat. 

“When Daykln saw the boat, he turned 
white aa a sheet.” 

The two men stayed the night at tite Indian 
village, with about 15 Indians around. They 
returned to their homes the next day. little 
the wiser. 


Mr. Robinson recalls Daykln opening a com¬ 
partment In the boat, bringing out a surveyor's 
theodolite, and learning Mr. Robinson to tell 
no one about it.,Until now, he.never has, and 
he was never told where the instrument cam* 
from. 

But there wse many a ship wrecked on the 
west coast of Vancouver Island. 

About six months later an Indian coupla 
was browsing In Mr. Robinson’s store, and 
Mr. Robinson began talking with the womaa 
about the Ned Daykln Incident. 

“Ned Daykln, he bad man,” said the Indian 
woman, who specifically mentioned an "awful 
temper.” 

“Bad man," she emphasized. “He break 
salmon trap.” 

Then the man shut her up. 

Mr. Robinson was left to draw his owa 
conclusions. 

There wasn't much by way of police at 
that time and place. 

Mr. Robinson was still a young man la 
1899 Mien, a few years after his return from 
the west coast, he was driving a team of horse* 
far Jimmy Bryce, who ran a truck and dray 
company in Victoria. 

Mr. Bryce, who one gathers was something 
of an entrepreneur, got a contract to haul steel 
for ship repairs and supplies from Skagway 
to ship* bn the Yukon River which helped 
supply the Yukon gold fields. 

Mr. Robinson decided to go along aa S 
driver. 

When the steamer Amur left Victoria for 
Skagway on one trip In 1899 there were aboard 
her, among others. Mr. Robinson. Mr. Bryoa 
and 80 homes. 

Where poaaiNe the trip was made by Inland 
channel, but part of It was of course on tha 
•pen sea and it got pretty rough. 

It was decided the horses In the hold had 
better be checked after some rough weather, 
and It was discovered they had kicked tha 
stalls and stanchions from among them and 
were white with lather The captain was In¬ 
formed that If he didn't get some, cooler air 
Into the hold he'd have a cargo of dead hor s e * . 

So the captain had the mainsail-the ship 
was a steamer, but nevertheless rigged with 
aadk—fastened around a hatch In such a way 
that it caught the wind and circulated tt 
through the hold. 

T^.* 0 ™** arrived aUv* at Skagway, If 
not well. 

. E”** 1 "* £ * dM,k * comparatively crude 
f* ® c ^ tw * y and **»e only way the stock oould 
*e taken from the ship was to lift them by a 
allng fastened under the bellv 


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AN OLD-TIMER TELLS A STORY 









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VICTORIA RUGBY XV 
ON VICTORIOUS TOUR 


nan** m the International game. A crowd of 
SMOO watched tha team struggle to an IX- 
point tie. 

Against Eton, University School scored a 
shattering 2P-3 win. amaaaing It points in tha 
tint 20 minutaa. Eton's playing flaftda ara 
Umom and tha gr rnind waa parfact. Tha party 
■Pent tha night aa pwb ad tha ancient 
eoDega. 

Stowa School, naar B u ck in gham. waa 
too, laMtuatad 


* School la tha oidaat In 
a Dm traditloa hi rugby 
0wa and Cardiff tha weather 


ndara ware vary evenly 
«■ prohabiy tha beat 


Cary Simonaan, a SOOpoand flisaiil ay 
Mined tha Univanity twun. and tha piacw 
kicking of Patrick Stephenson eooeunted for 
1? of the SO polnte aoond by tha achooi. Other 
outstanding piayois a r a lorwerda Gordon 
Taylor and Mark Drum, earum half Robin 
Barker and fullback Petm WUde. 

The students wart privileged to meat HRH 
tha Duke at Brtidifl, and paid vtaita tn 
Canada House, BC House, the VS. Embaoay 
and Manalon House, and aa guests mi the Port 
of London Authority travelled In tha yacht 
SL Katharine on tha Thamm 

Aa guaafei at Lord Thomaon tha party, 
vWtad «ha plant at The Saatoy Timas. They 
toured Windsor Castle, the Houaaa of Parti* 
mant, Oxford Uni vanity, and mm the Oxfard- 
Candwt dge boat race On Ihotar Smday Stay 
attended tha morning aervtce la BL Paul's 
CathadraL 

There waa a 36-hoar empower ta New York 

to show the markka to vtak the United N* 


After a highly suecewrful tour of Eng¬ 
land and Walea where they played again! 
strong fifteen* from noted representative 
schools, the University School of Victoria 
boys returned to their home campus on 
April 2. 

Twenty pis ye re, with J. J. 1111111118 . head 
amater, and R. W. Wilson, sosch, made their 
haadquartam in London, in which general area 
tour of tha gsmoa were played: agauart Etoa 
OoUaga. March 17; Stowa ached, March 19; 
Mill Mfl School, March 23, and Harrow, March 
SB. Only to Harrow did they lorn, aad than by 
a single try. Tha fifth game waa played 
against Howardian High School in Cardiff; 
■tolas. 

The party wl c h e d tha great Interna tioemto 
fi*r at Cardiff, representative teams of Wales 
aad France. 

Tha spontaneous pew-game alngtag at tha 
a r e w d hi Cardiff Arms Park waa aa aninyatto 


They 

Carried Colon 
to Triumph 


TRAGEDY and FORTUNE BRUSHED a SHOULDER 


tha Mae of a fl vwcent piece. A 1KI* later ha 
Sound a 3M-on noa ana aa Mg aa hM thumb, a 
two-ounear and a number of smaller ana. 


FUstjtnjvm rrvnrmbcni bc-in f tra«x*1 br 
la and having to wait In the woods for 
daw; and he raanmheri being ao cold 


But although they had found goto the water 
supply waa running abort and toert was not 
enough to Mdea — to wash the gold from 























































































His Denouncers Have Had Their Innings 


The Kipling Image 


According to Prof. James Burnham 


By EVELYN WAUGH, la Londoi Sunday Tinea 

Rudyard Kipling was born in 1865. 

It seems probable that Kipling's Mind and Art, edited by Andrew Rutherford, and Aspects 
•f Kipling’s Art, by C. A. Bodelsen, are the first of many books which will commemorate the cen¬ 
tenary and, one may hope, will do greater Justice to his singular talents than did his obituaries.i 


He died at an unfortunate time. 
For twenty years he had been 
continuously ill: he had suffered 
Meter bereavements and he had 
seen the course of history de¬ 
flected from the direction of all 
tus early aspirin one. 

Hk writing was not merely neg¬ 
lected but scornfully attacked by 
the literary critics of the time. 

When he died King George V 
was also on his deathbed and the 
greater public event overshadowed 
Ms obaequiea. In the coning year 


there la ample opportunity for 
amends. 

Neither of these books is likely 
to do much to reawaken proper re¬ 
spect. Professor Bodelsen is re¬ 
spectful enough. He is a Dane and 
therefore untainted by the social 
and political prejudices which 
Jaundiced an Barker generation of 
English and American critics, but 
his scholarly thesis has the lim¬ 
ited object of elucidating the ob¬ 
scurities of some of Kipling’s late 
and least-known work. 


rage 14—The Daily Coioalst, Sudsy, May It, 1M4 


This he fulflla patiently and 
plausibly and his book will no 
doubt be of great value to the 
writer of theses. 

In particular he examines In 
detail the story of Mrs. Bathurst 
which never puzzled the present 
reviewer for the good reason that 
he never read it 
Mr. Rutherford Is a lecturer at 
Edinburgh. He has compiled a 
number of ewya dating from 1936 
to 1963 and he has himself con¬ 
tributed an essay on Kipling's re¬ 
gard for army officers which coo- 


SUICIDE OF THE WEST, by dames Bum- 
ham. New York: Mu Day Co. 512 pp. 
ISM 


tions”), contrasting these with oppowng view, 
points—which, however, he does not necessarily 


Ttua curious combination of assault and 
caution characterizes much of the book. Tima 
and again the author mount* an assault, only 
to draw beck from the ultimate conclusion. 
He laments the passing of imperial power, for 
example, but declines to say flatly that Europe 
was wrong in liberating it* colonies. After 
all, wasn’t General de Gaulle, 8 conservative 
tf ever there were one, a prime mover in thla 
direction? 

One observes a similar ambivalence in the 
discussion on “the guilt of the liberal " It Is 
this “guilt." the author argues, which leads 
liberals to rehabilitate chronically depressed 
regions and aid poor or backward nations. 
Should we then stop givihg tnis aid? The pro¬ 
fessor pauses. “I do not raise the question." 
he continues lamely, “whether the liberal solo- 
tLon is or is not valid, but merely that It doesn’t 
really make any difference." Most people 
would argue that it does. 

The author strikes his most aggressive note 
In discussing our strategic retreats since Yalta. 
Communism has admittedly survived and ex¬ 
panded. but how could the West have stopped 
n short of war? True. NATO is not as mono¬ 
lithic as once it was, but isn't that because 
America's e conomic aid and military protec¬ 
tion have restored Europe's vitality to the 
point where It can now assert its Independ¬ 
ence? Yes. the West has given up many of 
its world-wide strategic bases (which the 
author deeply deplores!, but should the colonial 
powers have dung to them by force? 

Professor Burnham yearns for a world of 
privilege that waa and aan never be again. 
Dominance by one nation over another is not 
a measure of superiority. Guns made this 
passible in the past, but the Bomb has now 
rendered war obsolete. Though the future Is 
hidden In the mists of time, the world would 
seem to he moving In the direction of a new 
era of egalitarianism not baaed on farce. What¬ 
ever form It takes, the West will lead the way. 


By JOHN BARK HAM 


Suicide of the West —the title 
lolls like a knell. Can the West 


really be about to destroy itself? 
Yea, declares Professor James 
Burnham emphatically, adding 
that the process of decay is al¬ 
ready far advanced. And what ia 
responsible? Liberalism, which 
our angry spokesman for the 
Right calls “the ideology of West¬ 
ern suicide.' 9 


power has ebbed In our time. The process of 
“political and geographic disintegration," as 
he terms it, began with the Ruselan Revolu¬ 
tion. Since then China ha* shaken off the 
West, Europe’s oversea* empire* have been 
virtually liquidated, and the West has low "an 
abundance of strategic position*" because We 
have “lost the will to survive " Thi* despite 
the fact that the West “has possessed the ma¬ 
terial means to maintain and even to extend 
■till further Its overwhelming predominance, 
and to beat off any challenger.’’ 

This brief summary indicates the author's 
rightist position. He lays this retreat from 
power to an attitude of mind he lumps under 
the name of liberalism, Having filed his bill 
of particulars. Professor Burnham explains 
who the liberals are, naming names and citing 
r eas ons for same. He tabulates what he aaya 
are liberal axioms (e.g., “The obstacle* to 
progress and the achievement of the good so¬ 
ciety are ignorance and faulty social institu- 


EVELYN WAUGH 


tains the dubious suggestion that 
the boisterous camaraderie of tha 
barrack* and of service reunion* 
waa homosexual in origin. 

Of the other component* of tha 
book two are already well known, 
Edmund Wilson’s and George Or¬ 
well’*. 


Mr. Wilson la handicapped by 
his nationality in fully under¬ 
standing the English character. 


Continued oa Fags IS 


FBOF. JAMES BURNHAM 


This is viewing-with-alarm with a ven¬ 
geance. To outward appearance the West 
has never before been as militarily power¬ 
ful, as economically affluent, or as tech¬ 
nologically advanced as today. The west¬ 
ern way ot life is aped by other nations 
large and small, its technology envied by 
older civilizations such as China and India. 
Its standard of living is the dream of those 
who do not possess It. Nevertheless, 
claims Professor Burnham, we are far 
gone in our decline. 


Hwa Ca*aandra-i*h thesis la the burden of 
Professor Burnham's polemic, and it is pro¬ 
pounded for 300 page* with vigor and urgency. 
But the logic i* sometimes difficult to fathom. 
The author begins by looking at the map and 
-aoting with regret how the tide of imperial 


SEEDS OF SUICIDE 


THE VEST HAS SOWN 

























tt iif ummi ifimvm m «« 




New York Times liter¬ 
ary columnist J. Donald 
Adams says* “Canada 
should hare by maw a 
much more vital litera¬ 
ture of her own than sha 
hat thus far produced 
He writes that U.8. at¬ 
titudes toward Canada 
and the nation's self-con¬ 
sciousness may be among 
the reasons It hasn’t 
happened. 

■'Canada baa baa pasting 

through a phase that we went 
through in the 1970a and 18B0»— 
great material expansion and a 
greatly Increased aense of national 
Identity—condition* which make 
for a high degree of aeif-consdsus- 


American Point of View 


ft* ha oo nd udea that Canada 
ia "not really found herself” and 
ties that few Canadian hootit art 
dm o i a d in tha VS. 

Adams* ramarhs are a preface 


THE KIPLING IMAGE 


C oatia —d frooi Page 14 

He la Ignorant of our daaa ayatsn 
and of our education. 

It it entirely abound to ape ak of 
Kipling’s "anoohtehnees"—ha who 
Bang the praiaas of the lower and 
lower-middle daaa, tha noo-oom- 
missioned officers, the "railway 
folk,” the engineers of the tug 
and the tramp-steamer and who 
pungently aoorned tha life of 
leisure and privilege; who refused 
nil public honors and lived, except 
when his work as a war corre- 
apondrnt demanded it, in stmpia 
ascluakm. 

George Orwell wrote In 1M2 at 
the height of hie revulsion from 
what he regarded as the feeble 
hypocrisy of English sottollti 
Journalism. 

If he were alive today we would 
no doubt derive much ironic 
amusement from the changed 
position In popular esteem of tha 
Boers In this half-century f rom 
that of the gallant little people 
fighting for their homesteads and 
way of life to that of tha villains 
•f apartheid. 

Almost all the contributors to 
Mr. Rutherford's book find It 
neces sa ry to describe Kipling as 
odious, sometimes finding psycho¬ 
logical excuses for him on the 
popular assumption that al de¬ 
linquency Is a misfortune of up¬ 
bringing. 

Pew. if any, survive who knew 
Kipling well before the Pi ret 
World War. He does not seem to 
have been a very lovable man ex¬ 
cept to a very small, vanished 
circle. 

But it may be admitted that he 
seemed touchy and truculent 


There Is undoubtedly In many 
of Ms stories a di s a g re eable relish 
for cruelty (though negligible 
compared with many muth-praised 
m o dem writers). 

Orwag makes U te point that hie 
reproductions of proletarian 
speerii are "styMead" and false and 
attributes this to a patronizing 
superiority. 

OrtaWy the Ins "When 'oroer 
■truck to blooming lyre” la ri- 
dkutoaa. The speaker would ha 
Imoraiti both of Homer and lyree, 
but In general the stylization of 
the demotic Is something moat 
writers have been compelled to. 

Soldiswore asnttnuoutiy and 
monotonously. It urndM have been 
impossible In Tils sge to print a 
transcription of their real speech. 
It s eem s lo be doubtful that Eng- 
■sh writers have ever succeede d 
In reproducing the s pe e c h of the 


Much Is made of the uidiappy 
Bet yearn of Ms childhood St 


Ho oossm la have known little 
ef I—M is — Moat of Ms “natives” 
•re Mrtmmmedaa. The ChtMn 
Incarnation and the Redemption 
Ad not exist for hlraas positive 


Contrary to much American 
opinion, popular Journalism Is not 
a good training lor literature. It 
was same years before Kipling rid 
himself of the bad habits ha 


He soema sometimes to have b» 
Rev ad, som e M i nas not. In soma 
form af para ratal Immort a lity. 

A great many art lata have raf¬ 
tered this deprivation and sur- 
rivwd, aesthetically. Not Kipling. 
He wanted divine sanction for his 
"law,” ho wanted to participate in 
symbolic ceremc ad es, he dung to 
the eonqsptkan of a sacred teat 
He hid affinities «4ib Hillslrs 
Bel loc- -superficially la hls love of 
Prance and Sussex. tedinicaDy in 
his rollicking met arm, deeper ha 
his scorn of politicians and hit re¬ 
gard for private and national 


everything,” thus revealing assm- 
ptate In co m p rehension of the posi¬ 
tion of s reporter In the sh—yty 
at rat I Bed society af British India. 

It was In those years of drudg- 
sry and snubs that his bit l i mes a, 
as wen as Ms vulgarities of style 
were rooted. 

The Light Thai Fhtied gives a 
dear exposition cf hls vlewa on 
popularity, prestige and technical 
mastery. Kipling. I think, made 
no distinction between art and 
ereftMnanflNp; It Is the Job well 
done that he admired. 

The hero of the light that 
Fhtied see ms to have been a bad 
painter but he is rebuked only 
when, to pies— toe dealers, he 


Noel Annan provide * a valuable 
examination of Kipling's con ey 
lion of “the lawr” and society. ~ 
“Hs was hardy interested.” he 
writes, "whether tiie customs or 
morality or religion were right or 
wrong. For hlxa all that mattered 
was that they existed." 

TMa judgment go— to the heart 
ef Kipling's character. He was a 
con s ervative In the sen— that he 
behaved civilization to be some- 


















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my life In Canada—a wonderful country. I 
made a great mistake when X didn't become 
a Canadian citizen. You may ask, why not? 
Well, I suppose at the time I could do every, 
thing a citizen could da except vole. Beeides 
there were a lot of Englishmen who did busi¬ 
ness In Germany and they didn't become Ger¬ 
mans. 

“But I waa making a good living in B.C.," 
he went on, “and I should have done so. X 
ssy to you. declare yourself; become Cana, 
chans. Take on the duties of a citizen, and If 
you do. do It with your whole heart. Be a 
good Canadian in all it implies." 

There were moments in that talk when he 
referred to B.C. that some of the old fire 
seemed to return to Ms eye end tongue. Espe¬ 
cially when he remarked: “There are Just as 
many opportunities today aa when I came here 
in 1901. There's gas and oil to be found, tim¬ 
ber to be cut . . . don't wait till opportunity 
knocks, go out and find it." 

Unless I hear something to the contrary, 
I think he can be adjudged a rather remark- 
ahie man. 


THIS WEEK'S ANAGRAM 


Continued from Page 7 

the heels of which, 24 hours later, Germany 
gave Russia a 12-hour ultimatum to hall its 
warlike preparations. 

Cheering crowds in Germany were now 
gripped, with the war fever, and in his last- 
minute consultations with his wealthy friends, 
Alvensleben got this message: "Get out of the 
country right away," they urged. "Go back 
to Canada, and do what you can to save our 
investments." 

That's how it happened that on August 2 
Alvo von AlvenslAen caught a vessel out of 
Copenhagen. As it w*j ploughing across the 
North Ses, Germany declared war* on France. 
It was a Monday, August Bank holiday In Eng¬ 
land. and while beaches and resorts were 
crowded with holiday makers, the British cabi¬ 
net met in anxious counsel. If the Germans 
ignored Belgium's neutrality U meant war. 
That evening the Germans did. Next day as 
von Alvensleben watched the shores of Eng¬ 
land disappear astern, that country declared 
war on Germany. 


WHEN HE ARRIVED in Seattle he made 
arrangements to briefly cross the border to 
take a look at his investments. Quick as the 
look was. he aaw the situation was hopeless. 
Every German was suspect, the more impor¬ 
tant he was the more the suspicion. 

It's interesting now to examine tome of the 
rumors about von Alvensleben. There was 
the story that his big house on Dunbar Heights 
aHo included a concrete gun emplacement. He 
had a Mg house alright, at 41st and Blenheim 
(today it's Crofton House School) but the gun 


emplacement turned out to be a tennis court. 
Another tale was that he built Wigwam Inn 
on the North Arm as a hunting lodge for the 
victorious Kaiser w hen he took over Canada. 
Von Alvensleben didn't build Wigwam Inn; he 
bought it from C. T. Dunbar, the circulation 
manager of the Province, which incidentally 
is bow you get Dunbar Heights. 

As the months went on, war and the Cus¬ 
todian of Enemy Ahen's Property spelled finis 
to the Canadian dreams of Alvo von Alven¬ 
sleben and when the United States entered 
the war in 1917 he was interned near Salt Lake 
City. When he walked through the camp 
gates, bag in hand., with a group of fellow, 
internees, it was a strange end to a trail that 
started 13 years before from a cheap hotel on 
Vancouver’s Water Street. 


HE RETURNED to Seattle after the war 
to work for wages in a struggle to provide 
education for his three children, but it was 
another twenty years before he again crossed 
the border into B.C. to interest himself in some 
mining venture. 

Thirty-five years a US. citizen, today at 
84 he lives in Seattle, the girl from his Bruns¬ 
wick cannery days at his aide. They've been 
married 56 years. 

It's three years ago now since he came up 
to Vancouver to give a talk to the German- 
Canadian Association Bespectacled and bald¬ 
ing. still with mote than a trace of accent, he 
made some points tluit I thought worth Jot¬ 
ting down. Of his wife, he said: “The cleverest 
thing I ever did was marry Mary Westcott." 

Of Canada: *1 spent the happiest years of 


Gardening's great for keeping you in shape, so my green-thumbed friends teU me. I can well 
believe it. But what shape? My contours are gradually coming to conform more and more to those of 
a croquet hoop, after an early spring start at the invigorating exercise of picking up deadfall branches, 
dropping rocks on my fingers, cutting off the dead flower heads that got overlooked in the fine creative 
frenzy of the cider season , and moving everything live from where it is to where it ought to be. 

petunias. Out! To the undiscovered areas- and 


This business of acting as referee among 
different kinds of competing plants, to say 
who should have the most space, calls for the 
wisdom of Solomon, abetted by the muscular 
equipment of a few of the fellow* who built 
the Pyramids. 

We have a lot of very pleasant plants 
around our property. The only trouble la: none 
of them la where the master of the house 
thinks. they ought to be. And anything that 
grows luxuriantly with little water, no food 
and not even a kind word is a dire threat— 
because it might “take over." 

This worry about things taking over is new. 
Before we moved we were in the habit of feel¬ 
ing immensely grateful for anything that was 
green and waan’t covered with thorns. Plants 
succeeded one another in wild confusion, aim¬ 
ing towards nature's ultimate goal of climax 
vegetation, which waa probably sals) abetted 
by our prejudice against the Himalayan 
black berry. 

Here, however, there must be the casual 
air of careleesnesa achieved by a lot of Machi¬ 
avellian cunning. 

Thus, we had prolific valerian all over the 
place. This tough but lovely rose-colored plant 
Is one of the sights of Forbidden Plateau, they 
tell me. Weil, anyone could have seen it right 
here, poking its nose out from under every 
rock I'm always filled with admiration for 
such plants as valerian, which can aelze upon 
any small excuse for aoU, throw down a roof 
and call ths place home — "flower in the 
crannied wall" sort of thing. But It seems that 
the flowers that want to inhabit our crannied 
walls are the wrong kinds. 

Death to valerian! Root it out. put M to the 


AT WORK la her gardrei — hat md with a 


blowtorch, or give It a hearty drink of weed 
killer. It mustn't be allowed to grow along tha 
driveway or in the flower beds dose to the 
house. If It wants to fight for mastery with 
the couch grass in the wilder portions of the 
estate, good, but not where K wanted to be. 
The same with the blue - flowered myrtle, 
whether plain or variegated leaf. It must 
positively not be allowed to mingle freely with 
the bulbs, come up in the parsley, or endanger 
that cherished spot that ia being saved for 


quickly! 

Right now, wo are thoroughly salted over 
with the dazzling w4Ma rock plant arabsa, 
which gleams so brilliantly that that detergent 
company that keeps throwing snowballs on tha 
TV should discover it for a seasonable change. 
But arabis mustn't be allowed to “take over" 
the cultivated part of the garden, or it might 
drive out something else. Alas poor arabis! 
Flower while you may, for when the last No*, 
aom has dried, away you go to the parched 
places. 

The truth Is that the semi-wild garden with 
the carefully studied casual look calls for a 
gardener of the contemplative frame of mind. 
Someone who can wander for hours. Just bask¬ 
ing in the pleasure of things growing, and 
letting inspiration communicate Just the right 
flower for each cranny — to be translated into 
action later. My spouse and nature are on this 
plane of wordless mental communication. I’m 
sure all the plants grow two feet taller every 
night Just from the bleeaing of his approving 

Unfortunately I can’t achieve this state of 
happy telepathy. Aa surely as I go out. nicely 
dressed and with my nails freshly manicured, 
blackberry vines that have been hitherto un¬ 
seen. dandelions that we thought were safely 
dead, and the ever-present Oregon grape, snag 
my stockings, prick my conscience, and dis¬ 
arrange my hairdo. And there I am again, bent 
double, dirtying my nails, muddying my high 
heels and generally acting like a human bull¬ 
dozer. 

Anyone for a concrete tennis court?