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VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1964 


It Is No Secret—To Neighbors 


Loudest 

Whistle 

Carries 

About 


SOMEWHERE ON VANCOUVER ISLAND - Victorian 
Robert Swansea want* the location gf hit hobby kept secret, 
but everybody tor miles around knows when he's at it 

Chief imjiectinE engineer for B.C. commercial transport 
department he started testing whistles in 1951 an one of Crown 
Zellerbach's Island tree (arms Now he has the only whistle 
and horn testing station in Canada. 

Mr. Swanson fears publication of the locale would bring 
vandals who would undo the work of thousands of hours. But 
the secret Is bard to keep, especially when the loudest of his 
steam whistles can be heard 40 miles away. 

He tries to make his Inventions "sweet" to the ear, but 
loud—and it works. A lot of oceangoing ships use his whistles 
and moat of the major railways In Canada and the U.S. outfit 
their diesel trains with Swanson-Invented whistles and horn* 


■Within 


OTTAWA (CP) 

20 years after its incep¬ 
tion, the Canada Pension 
Plan will be costing Cana¬ 
dians more In benefits than 
it collects in contributions. 
Health Minister Judy La- 
Marsh said Monday. 

The minister, introducing sec¬ 
ond reading of the mammoth 
and complex piece of legisla¬ 
tion in the Commons, said the 
most favorable actuarial fore¬ 
casts indicate that contributions 
combined with Investment re¬ 
turns cannot keep the pension 
fund growing beyond 1985. 
ECONOMIC ASSUMPTIONS 

She said however, that the 
range of estimates furnished by 
the chief actuary were based 
on basic economic assumptions 
that sought 


ueeze 


"to guard against 
the danger of underestimating 
the possible cost of the plan." 

Miss La Marsh said it Is com¬ 
mon to all actuarial estimates 
"that by 1985 income to the 
plan from contributions, at tlie 
3.6 per cent rate, will no longer 
equal the full coat of the pen¬ 
sions being paid. 

CONTINUE TO INCREASE 
"On some of the jrojeetion*. 
the interest on investments will 
for a time more than fit! the 
gap, so that the fund will con¬ 
tinue to increase for part at 
least of the plan’s third decade. 

"The highest of the chief ac¬ 
tuary's range of estimates lor 


UNITED NATIONS (CP) — The United States 
Monday formally carried out a plan to withhold its 
pledge for United Nations technical assistance pending 
settlement of the crisis over peace-keeping assessments. 

Britain also withheld Its 
pledge, but a spokesman said 
the aetkn was based on purely 
technical considerations e o n- 
nected with Britain's change of 
government. TV Americana In 
effect are refuting to put up 
voluntary aid money until Rue- 
ala and France pay overdue 
peace keeping levies. 

Canada went ahead with Its 
Pledge. Ambassador Paul 
Tremblay said his delegation 
was acting “because of cur con¬ 
fidence that the financial diffi¬ 
culties in other sectors of 


Canada 

Fears 

Clash 


Steam whistle inventor Swanson needs earmu/f protection 


Assistance. The two agencies 
both deal with technical aid to 
underdeveloped countries and 
may be merged this year. 

Canada, along with Japan 
and Italy, had asked for post¬ 
ponement of Monday's pledging 
conference In case it might re¬ 
sult In dashes over the peace¬ 
keeping Issue that would 
endanger chances of a settle¬ 
ment. 

ROV1ET TECHNICIANS 
But there were only mild and; 
Indirect references to the larger 1 
Issue during the session. 

Soviet delegate Nikolai Fedo¬ 
renko announced a pledge iden¬ 
tical with this year’s contribu¬ 
tion : 2,700.000 rubles, equivalent 

_ _ _to $3,000,000. He Mid it would 

$7.225.000—the same "amount hi** «ubject to the same restric¬ 
tions as ttiis year's pledge, 
and $2,500,000 more than h I meaning that It could be used 

only to pay Soviet tectniciana 
Fedorenko's only reference to 
Of the total, $5,000,000 will be I the peace - keeping issue was 


Nickel 
Fare 
On Trial 


VMNNMO (CHI—A apodal 
flwimt kws rili la being paw- 
viM mb parts mi Portage Ava- 
■ae and Mala Street la dowa- 
tuwe Wtaalpef, 

A spokcamaa for the Greater 
Winnipeg traaalt department 
said Ike flve-eeat fare will be 
tiled fer three months. The 
regal or fan la 15 cewta. 

The mm hopefully will ea- 
rowrwge downtime bee aee 
end poealMy eel La to transit 
deficits. 

The mate (evolved le about 
oae mile—betwrew Balmoral 
and Marked Streets. 


OTTAWA (CP)-In the caj* 
the United Stales 


tal's view, 

and Russia are steering a colli- 
ma course in the United Na¬ 
tions with neither being pre- Nettop activities will be 

pared to deviate one degree ^ ^ 

from Its present path cause It believed the aid pro- 

informants said Monday h Is , lhauid ^ ajtintmiDe ± 
feared here that the U.S. re- 
fusal to make its annual tech- nAMc AMOUNT 
focal aid pledge to the UN at 
this time will alienate the so- 

called neutralists among the UN | put up_forjhU year's programs 
membership. 

The support of the neutralists contributed for last year's oper- 
wnuld be needed In the coming ation* 
anowdnwn over the application 
rg Article 19 of the UN charter, allocated for the UN special that his country supported UN 
FRANCE TOO fund and $2,325,000 for the Ex- operations. - ‘carried out to ac- 

_ panded Program of Technical cordance with the cherter.” 
Under this article, Ruaaia 

•nd, to January. France face - " -----— 

loss of their votes in the Gen¬ 
eral Assemble for not paying Execution Threatened 

their assessed shares of UN ________________________ 

peace-keeping costa. 

External Affairs Minister __ 

Martin has said repeatedly that /t IV 1 I 1/ 

Longo Kebels ft.ee 

DUCK PAYMENT 

If Russia still refuses lo help ^-y w-* gs w t m M 

ttFsSFsrz On Fate of U.S. M 

ads', initiative in promoting Vfll A Ulv VI UskJs IT* 

more efficient peace - keeping 
missions may fall to the 

g mural, diplomatic sources said LEOPOLD VILLE I API— Carlson Monday in Stanleyville, 

Such an occurrence would al- Congo rebels announced they but then fell silent on his fate, 
low every UN member to duck planned to execute American i„ Washington. State Secre- 
peaee - keeping assessments medical missionary Dr. Paul tary Dean Rusk called the 


gested 30 per cent, and the 
Commons compromised at 25 
per cent. 

The erther contentious point 
concerned the appointments to; 
the 10 commissions. The origl-| 
nal bill said the prime minister 
and leader of the opposition 
would each appoint a member 
to the four-member boards. 
AMENDMENT 

The New Democratic Party 
objected to this and the House 
later accepted an amendment 
that the Shaker name the two 
member* 


problems of members who must 
tour their ridings. He said 
Hugh Horner (PC—Jasper-Ed- 
sonl had to travel 100 miles 
through Athabasca riding to 
visit remote parts of Ms own 
district 

J. Ernest Pascoe (PC-Moose 
Jaw-Lake Centre) objected to 
the fact that Saskatchewan 
Stands to lose four of its 17 
seals under the representation- 
by-populaticn formula. 


OTTAWA (CP)—Tha govern¬ 
ment's redistribution bill, which 
will pave the way for wholesale 
changes to Canada's electoral 
boundaries, was given third and 
final reading In the Commons 
Monday. 

The bill had been before the 
House since April, snagged on 
two contentious points that 
were settled with unexpected 
speed last week when the meas¬ 
ure breezed through to Ha final 
stage. 

COMMISSIONS 

Under the bill, 10 representa¬ 
tion commissions will be set up 
—one In each province. They 
would redraw the riding bound¬ 
aries in such a way that the 
number of electors would be 
within 25 per cent of an aver¬ 
age obtained by considering the 
number of voters and the num¬ 
ber of seats in the province. 
This 25 per cent tolerance figure 
was one of the contentious 
points. The bill originally said 
20 jer cent, some members Bug- 


Wilson 


Separate 

Force 

Rejected 


The third member, 
the chairman, will be appointed 
by the chief Justice in each 
province and Nelson Caston- 
guay. federal representation 
commissioner, will sit on each, 
commission as the fourth mem-1 


LONDON (Reuters) — Prime 
Minister Harold Wilson has re¬ 
jected any idea of a separate 
European nuclear deterrent, de¬ 
scribing it as a dangerous pro¬ 
posal that would weaken the 
North Atlantic alliance. 

Wilson did not refer specifi¬ 
cally to any member of NATO, 
but observer* here believed his 
remarks Monday night were 
aimed at French President de 
Gaulle, whose declared policy Is 
to build a separate independent 
nuclear force. 


Before the measure was given 
final approval Monday, some 
opposition memhers rose with 
some final words of advice to 
the proposed commissions. 

Jack Bigg (PC—Athabasca) 
said the commissions should 
take a realistic approach to the] 


MONTREAL (CP) — Repre¬ 
sentatives of the major Cana¬ 
dian railwkS* and the 96.000 
next-operating employees signed 
a labor agreement Monday to 
provide payments for those laid 
off because of automation and 
technical 


progress. 

The signing followed two years 1 
of negotiations, during which s 
$3,000,000 fund has accumulated 
from contributions by the rail¬ 
ways. 

Under the plan employees 
with seven year* or more of 
seniority are to receive pay¬ 
ments of $12 a week if fiiey are 
laid off. 

The payments begin after a 
1 30-day waiting period and con¬ 
tinue for as many as 100 tyeeks. 


Wilson, in a speech prepared 
for delivery at the annual ban¬ 
quet of the Lord Mayor of Lon¬ 
don. said: 

"We see our purpose In the 
alliance as being to try to re¬ 
verse the tendency to separa¬ 
tism ..." 

The prime minister anid Ms 
speech did not deal in detail 
with specific issues because 
Britain Is about to start "im¬ 
portant negotiations with our al¬ 
lies." 

He said; "When these nego¬ 
tiations begin we Intend to be 
ready with a clear statement of 
our views, and the clear British 
initiative for which I believe 
our Wends ag waiting " 


anxiously awaiting word from 
the rebels on Carlson, said the| 
negotiation broadcast, when it 
was reported Monday, offered aj 
glimmer of hope but later they j 
said they were not optimistic. 
STATED WITH PATIENT* 
Carlson, 36. of Rolling Hills, 
Calif., was captured two months 
■go. by the rebels when he re¬ 
fused to leave his Congolese pa¬ 
tients. 

The rebels charged Carlson 
The U.S. embassy here said it with being a major In the U.S 
»d had no direct word from armed forces and a spy. 
a* rebels. U.S. embassy officials here 

A Stanleyville broadcast Sun- said they were puzzled by the 
ay announced the rebels rebels'offer to negotiate and in- 
agreed In principle to an offer diented 


John D. Protests 
Removal of Queen 


with a population of 50,000. More 
than 1.000 Americans are sta-| 
tinned in the city which is the 
site of the U.S. Army’s 8th Field 
Hospital. 

In a separate report, the U.S. 
Air Force weather central in 
Tokyo reported another typhoon. 
Louise, in the making. It said 
the storm was located in the 
Palau Islands and was moving 
northwestward at 11 mile* an 
hour. 


SAIGON (UPI) — Typhoon 
Kate, with 100 mile-aivbcur 
winds, Mt flood and storm-deva¬ 
stated South Viet Nam Monday. 

Tropical disturbances Iris and 
Jixot had lashed the hard- 
pressed nation last week and 
flooded wide areas with heavy 
rains that took an estimated 
7.000 lives. 

The latest storm was aimed 
| at the coastal city of Nhatrang 


Syrians Attack 

JERUSALEM (UPI) 


Syrian 

forces fired three machine gun 
bursts Monday at an Israeli mo¬ 
torized patrol seven miles from 
the South Dan settlement There 
were no Injuries. 


mons. 

"Every week this is a gov¬ 
ernment that seems to be mov 
tng ahead removing the things 
that are traditional and that 
hold this country together." 

A s|mkrsman for Citizenship 
Minister Tremblay said tha min¬ 
ister was not aware of the direc¬ 
tive. 

He said same of the judges 
used their own discretion and 
placed the Queen’s portrait In 
the courtroom with the flags 
and coat of arms. Others used 
only the coat of arma and 
flags In the courtroom. 

A spokesman for Citizenship 
Minister Tremblay said that 
VANCOUVER (UPI)—An air about 10 daja ago K. C. Foster, 
.re* diver has recovered the registrar of citizenship, in 
’dies of three unidentified men structed the 10, citizenship 


attempts were brine 
made to make contact with 
Stanleyville through the Interna¬ 
tional Red Cross. 


Trio Elevated 
lly Soviet Chiefs 

—Page 5 


King Fisherman 
Entries Closed 

—Page 25 


Plane Dead 
Recovered 


Including such parliamentary tres. traditionally Liberal- 

veterans as External Affairs leaning. 

Minister Martin, Transport The younger cabinet minis- 
Minister PickersgiO and Privy ters. backed by many bright 
Council President McDraith, young backbenchers, see a 
have little appetite for an golden opportunity for an eleo 
election next year. They pre- tinn in June, 1965. They point 
fer to wait until 1966 when out that by then redistribution 
electoral redistribution will be will be underway, the Canada 
in effect. Liberal sources said. Pension Plan will have been 

passed, the national flag issue 
settled, and possibly a tax cut 
Redistribution will undoubt- could be introduced in a spring 
edly favor the government in budget-fproducing a very at- 
granting heavier representa- tractive list of aecomplisb- 
tioo to Canada s urban cen- ments. 


lively debating whether the 
cabinet had given a green 
light to the calling of a general 
election in May or June. 


By ALEC MORR1HON 

OTTAWA (UPI) — Despite 
political sabre-rattling by 
four prominent cabinet minis¬ 
ters this weekend, sources 
dose to the government said 
Monday a late spring election 
la not in the offing. 


Visitors Cheer 
Victoria Hosts 

—Page 15 


Bridge . 

Comics . 

Crossword _ 

Flannels! News 


Informants admit that a dif¬ 
ference of opinion in the advis¬ 
ability and desirability of an 
election at that time does ex- 
Fobowing speeches by Ft- 1st in the Liberal caucus. The 
nance Minister Gordon, Agri- division lines can be drawn, in 
culture Minister Hays. Labor virtually all cases, along the 
Minister MacEachen and For- lines of age, experience and 
eslry Minister Sauve, parti a- political seniority. * 
raentary observers were sc- The senior cabinet ministers, 


miles northwest of Vancouver, of arms and Bags In the court ! 

The bodies were being flown room and the Queen's portrait 
to Port Hardy. In the judge's office. 

An RCAF spokesman said the He said It is in the judge’s 
wreckage was probably that of office “where all New Cana 
an aircraft that took off Sunday dlana are Interviewed and the 
from Owikeno Lake, 50 miles judge could point out who is 
Barth our Queen.” 


Burglar Stole 
Hospitality 

—Names in News, 
Page 16 


Social 

Sport_ 

Television 


Theatres 




































r NEW ^ 
METHOD 




Pension Plan Possibilit 


2 Sailiv tfalonW Vkiwk. *c, 17 , 1 K 4 , Armed Services (Centre 


Deficit of Billions 
In 1980s, 1990s 


OTTAWA iCPl—Thr contribu¬ 
tion rate under the Canada Pen¬ 
non Plea would have to be In¬ 
creased substantially In thr 
1980s or 1990 b to prevent a defi¬ 
cit that could run into bUUooa 
of dollar*. 

Such a change. under the bill 
now before the Common* would 
require the comet* of two- 
third* of the provinces having 
two-thirds of the CanadUn pop¬ 
ulation. 

Only other recourse would be 
to shift general federal tax rev¬ 
enue* Into the pension fund. The 
bill as it now stand* prohibit* 
that. This provision. too. ean be 
amended only with provincial 
consent. 

CHIEF ACTUARY 

The financial projections for 
the pension plan became avail¬ 
able lor the tint time Monday 
when Health Minister Judy La¬ 
id arte tabled la the Commons 
the report of the chief actuary 
In the finance department. E. 
E. Clarke. 

The actuarial report is based 
on a wide range of conserva¬ 
tive asiumpttone on future de- 
valopmrnts in earnings, prices, 
domestic production, birth sad 
death rates, immigration, un¬ 
employment and ao on. 

AMUMPTtONS INCLUDED 
These assumptions are In¬ 
cluded in appendices to the re¬ 
port. not made available imme¬ 
diately. However, the report It¬ 
self Includes all the rele v ant 
financial estimates. 

Short-range estimate* coven 
big the 1966-75 period when pen¬ 
sion benefits are at the tntnal- 
tkeial level—that is, when full 
benefits are not being paid 
■how a balance In the fund at 
the end of 1175 of 94,994,100.000 
INCLUDE* INTEREST 

That includes interest on the 
Investment of the progressively- 
rtsing had reserve la federal 
and provincial bonds. Without 
Interest, the surplus In tee pen¬ 


sion fund vrould be an estimated 
$3,740,300,000. 

But what happens alter that, 
when full pension benefits are 
being paid? 

MIDDLE POINT 
On the assumption average 
earnings rlae between 1975 and 
the year 9000 by three per cent 
a year, the middle point In the 
actuary's high and the low-coat 
estimates show a 13,200.000,000 
deficit in the fund in the year 
2000 without an Increase in the 
contribution rate. 

That would be nearly half the 
sue of the present federal 
budget. 

PROJECTED DEFICIT 

If the assumption Is that earn¬ 
ings rise by four Inrtead of 
three per cent a yeer, the half¬ 
way point tn the actuary's Ugh 
and low coat estimates la for a 
projected deficit of 1300.000.000 
in the yeer 3000 and a 96,500,- 
000.000 shortfall In 9005. 

Obviously, the contribution 
rate must be btcreaiad well be¬ 
fore the turn of the oentuiy. 

EATE M PEE CENT 

la the bin now before the 
Commons, the uaedributton rale 
is 31 per cent This le the rate 
paid by the wlf-cmp lcgred and 
shared equally by employee* 
with their employer*. 

One art of the actuary's k*g- 
rwnge catenates ter MO to 9060 
shows how much Use contribu¬ 
tion rate would have to be to 
pay benefits for every fifth year 
in that p eriod, keeping the fund 
only on a pay-ae-you-go basis 
without building a reserve. 

IIAB LARGE POOL 
The middle point of this high 
end low oo at estimates baaed on 
a three - per - cent annua] to- 
creaae hi earnings show s a con¬ 
tributes rate of Ml per cent 
would be n eces s ar y in M0. 
Ho wever , at that point, the fund 
■tIB has a large pool of toraet- 

rmr 9 teams. 

The rate rieea to 4.98 per sent 


in 1985; 5.15 per cent In 1990; 
5.15 in 1990; 5.47 in 1995 : 5.46 
in 2000, then declining slowly to 
510 in 2010 before starting an¬ 
other general rise to a peak of 
5.95 In the year 2050. 

SLIGHTLY LOWER 

Ustog an estimated four-per- 
oant annual Increase in earn¬ 
ings. the required rate to pay 
benefits in 1980 would be 
slightly losver at 3.4 per cent 
By the year 2000 it would rise 
to 4.M per cent, declining to 
4.53 in 2010 and again rising to 
5.31 par cent in 9060. 

However, these are only the 
middle paints between the high 
and kwe-oost estimates. 

RISING RATE 

The high-cost estimate, using 
a three - per - oent annual In¬ 
crease to earatoga, is for a aon- 
tributton rata of 1.73 per cent to 
M0, rising to 1.02 per oant to 
tha year 3000 and 9.71 per oasrt 
la 9060. 

Lowest estimate, using the 
four per - oaf annual gain in 
earnings, would be for a con¬ 
tribution rate of 3.3 per oent in 
M0. 

The presen t planned contribu¬ 
tion rate of 3.6 per cent would 
be exceeded in even this lowest 
estimate by a rate of 3.94 per 
oent to M5 and tee rate would 
hit 4.5i per cent to the year 
M6, declining thereafter 

Cra»h Kill 1 12 

KAMPALA (Reuters) — 
Twelve boys were killed and 
ao injured when a Uganda 
army truck collided Sunday 
with ■ school truck loaded 
with boys singing victory 
songs after their soccer team 


Anti-Missile Missile 
Bared by U.S. Army 

WASHINGTON (in>— The VA army Monday tosk tea 
wrap* off II* Sprlet letoroaptar micelle, the Batten's carrect 
t»e»t hope for arhirvtag a drleaen agaleol bwlUrtte missile 
attack. 

A cBlgup. euaeskaped weapoa. the ftprial was deolgard 
to iwp oat of aadrrgrooad taaacfclag takes mad streak apward 
la seroads to destroy rarmy missile warheads ro mlag tola 
the atmasphrro at clew to 1T.M8 mites aa hoar. 

lafnrmattoe made available at the aaaaal meetlag of the 
Aasortetlna af the E.i. Army tedtrated teal eiteaalfe prop- 
srmtioa was aaderwwy at Kwajalrla Istaad te the Hertrra 
Pacific Omaa far Brat Sprint teat firings. 


Can-Can Comes Alive 
With Naden Bandsmen 

B> Bt.UT HINNY : encore of Harry James' Tnuti-i ant-Govemor G. R. Pearkro 
The Royal Canadian Navy I l*t Blues. 'who thanked the audience for 

Pand of ILMCS Naden is a* Cine. | Soloists P.O. I-umneth Garland | su Pl ,ort toth « band 
polished and entertaining as and P.O. Lame Forbes played ■* nd Armed Servue* 

ever l-Tute Cocktail during the sec- Centrf. 

This they proved beyond any,"™! half. MMMBl 

doubt at their »L\th annual con- VERY TOUGH ACT 11 

cert in aid of the Armed Ser- BiaidmtMtr Tudor Jones DU II 
vice* Centre, presented at the |1( , imad CHJt lhflt at PNE,| ~” A 


Royal Theatre last night 


From Page 1 

Pension Costs 


the Naden Band followed a very \^SW3£2*srrfil 
tough act. "So, if you can t beat ” "^RBUCF / -/ / 


The program, conducted by tougb act. "So. if you can t beat 
Bandmaster Lieut Tudor Jones I > 0 ,, join > 10 !" 


no nam aster Lina. *uuor -unrs > m . join ’em! Dr Sc kail'. Z,n*- r 4. 

and emceed by Walter Cownden. _ «*»". iW,i 

was a complete success and it art K *“• <* «*"*■** 

included some very varied items ^ at »«■ but “ r *‘ mains ■*- *.£ ■ 

.. * _ _ 1 ful if they were ever received r—l ■* —a- 


n • m included some very varied items * E-nv V ■ 

Pf>n<tmn f nnts -«* «* ** SL? ‘^L^hTi el evs■£ K, if I 

M clloll/fl L/l/OlO men) to an exhilarating repre- ™ or * wa ™ ly * h * n Nadcn ’ W f* 

. „ mentation of the Beatles. Bca,1 « ,aal "‘* M - ™ — J 

■he fond in l!Nu ». toe to study thr bill In detail nriJriMT The guest artist was soprano ■ ■■■IteBSl 

000,000, slightly higher than Ux after second readtog-approval MIELR 01 LIGHT Erika Kurth and the opening f/AT7fTS7/imSnVSj»ml 

1985. in principle. | Even the usually rather dull wwt , mad * ^ Ueuten- iMRittSlifeiiiiliCteMl 

"On the least favorable esti- Coneervative health critic. J. music of Cole Porter's Can-Can —--- 

mate, on the other hand, the WmW “ Monfeite. asked tee min- came alive and became interest- Dro rfnnO (fflfflnt 

fund ro iiH decline to 15,000,- tater how mueh time would be mg and appealing. rUMUyC jiuitij/j 

000,000 by MO.” « lv * B 10 •"torested parties to The trumpet quartet of Petty N |_L_ C 

Miss LaManh said higher in- pr * P *" bri,,B ,or P"“"**ticn Otficera Roy Derry, Garvin nOflOT JOtW f . l\ei?neOy 

tereet rates than the four per Brunner, Hugh Swigret and Wll- nEW YORK, Nov. 17 (EN>—A very unusual series of Urge 

cent projected in the above esti- HITE TO STUDY liam Hastings was sheer de- diamond shaped postage stamps honoring John F. Kennedy 

mate rouM make tee eixa of the He had found It bnpoulble to both their Tnimpet Fill- was Ueued recently by the Mngdom^of 


station of the Beatles. I ***** ,aal n ‘K W - 

11 rain nruriirr The guest artist was soprano 

HEAR DELIGHT | Erik . K urth and ihe opening 

Even the usually rather dull ^ mad * by Ueuten-1 


Id appeaung rusiuyc ziuntp* 

ZS '5%. V'ZliHonor John F. Kennedy 


itudv the bill Dranerlv bi the S ree “d **toir richly deserved stamp bears a striking portrait of JFK with appropriate in- 

fvmd greater but would no* altar rtudy h» nni property to Hw *-2 script ion-the top section depicts American space craft in 

the reaching of a point to the row day* since the resolution flight . . . This very unusual set of three stamps sold out 

third decade of operation where was approved and the bill dis- T1/ | day of issue and are now quite scarce. 

the fond would start dwindling- tributed. Time was needed be- r 1 ««»*« Because of the intense Interest In JFK memorial stamps issued 

She said “all the actuary’s fore committee hearings \J I t A j j by foreign nations, Elmont has pirpared a collection contain- 

estimates Indicate, however, started. JfOOPI /.HVfirflS jing recently issued John F. Kennedy stamps from Colombia, 

that sometime after the plan Is John Uoyd 4E—HnlUul said to ronto , rP ,_* A, « entln *- ChDe> and To »°' th * Y «™‘ n wt rMn ’ 

ZJVJLZi fiSii^i* Lrtto*to , .fod^ 1 th^b^lTto ^ de , ‘fe«» l "entary that include* the Inle^^roHertom may obtain thte extraordinary collect Ion 
r* n# ran Itot Mr Mroiroith Hid thlt 1%4 Nobp| PriZP a * apd * Pn> nt 9 different stamps memorializing John F. Kennedy by send- 

^ ^LV, W* expBri ? K * 01 ^ Mf Montojth said teat Kram will ^ prt .^ n ^ d on the | ng J1.0O to Elmont Stamp Co., Queens Village 29, N Y. Ap- 

Ihe plan will have made poa- the goverament had again bun- cry nptwt3rk i> c . U . provals and other offers included 

slble considerably more precise gted the handling at Common*-—----— 

estimates 0# Itx costs. business. 

SOME UNCERTAINTIES , ,, 

"The range at population and A^lgut tSCBpe 

economic projections Is too wide EISENSTADT (Reuters)_ 

for it to be realistic to try-to n „ Hut*arlan tourists de- 
snticipste now what .hnold be not , Q ntmn home and 

decide d more than a generation these more refugees escaped 
•to*** " into Austria In the test 24 

Possible variations in pofxila- hours, police said Monday. 

tion “are the greatest of the _ 

uncertainties which affect the Dl„„„„ IT.. II* 1 
long-term ooat of the plan." she *181168 t ly Hlgtl 

OTTAWA (GP)-A new led 
(toe of the Beta of projections *rml ragulatton aUowtng aircralt 
placed Canada's population la to fly ovw penitentiaries if they 
1980 st 30,000 ODD while t he o ther remain above 5,000 feet wa* 

P°t It at 37,300.000. In 90S tee announced in a weekend ieeue 
corresponding protection* would of The Gaartte. 


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Possible variations in popula¬ 
tion “are the greatest of the 
uncertainties which affect the 
long-term ooat of the plan.” she 
said. 

One of the sets of projections' 
placed Canada's population to 
MO at 30,000 BOD while the other 
put it at 37,300,000. In 90S the 
corresponding projection* would 
ba 41.000.000 and 36,000 000 

Projections also figured nr 
unemployment averages of five 
per cent In the first 10 year* of 
the plan and four per ernt 
thereafter. Here, the minister 
cautioned that what the chief 
actuary used aa assumption! 
should not be Interpreted “in 
any way" to reflect what the 
government actually expects. 

Before Mias LaMarah began 
her statement, the Commons 
passed a resolution to set up a 
Joint Commons-Senate commit- 


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By JOSKPH MOLNER, MD | If inadequate circulation is to other organs; rather. Hue 
| the cause, the swelling tends to question of huw much the utfer- 
Deer Dr. Motoer; My B " prt 7 appear or to become more lion interferes with the gall 
fstbar ksa drops). Ttaw tor II <vere 10 *,^! the end o! the bladder itaelf. Let's compare it 
*■ ronflsed la Ms sakles. OsM ^ q f ^ heart may be in- to a sinus infection. It can be 
you tell ms a Bole abort II. F m c | (nt Or both factors may chronic yet sometimes not cause 
—Mn. G.W. he combined. Some degree of much trouble. 

Dropsy is the accumulation of dilated or varicose yelns is a In view of your age. your 
excessive-fluid In tissues of the possibility. (I have al» known doctor probably takes the post- 
body. The feet and ankles are men to have swollen ankles tion that he can afford to wail 
most Ukely to show it first, but from wearing socks that are and tee; If your gall bladder 
It can occur ebewher*. After too tight at the top. I continues to function despite thr 

alt. the feet are farther from Where kidney disease la the infection, to let well enough 
the heart, as well as below It. cause, swelling is usually alone. If you were younger, and 
ao any interference in circula- obvious in the morning aa well If the Infection showed signs of 
tion increases the problem. The as throughout the day. and the getting woraf. then he might 
blood stream must carry thi* loose tissues around the eye* well take the opposite view and 
extra fluid back to the heart may become puffy. suggest surgery In your case 

and thro to the kidneys to be * ★ * my advice Is to let your doctor 

filtered out. Dear Dr. Motoer: I have do the worrying over whether 

The dropsy, or swelling, can rtvrrtlrrtoWs mad mlaa aa to- to operate or not 

result from kidney or liver feeted gall bladder. Brt what * * * 

diseases, from a gradually weak- stesl aa tofertod gaR lister? Dear Dr. Molarr: Doe* chew 
ening heart, or from interfer- Rial does It slgalfy, mad !■ | B| of Ire Interfere with normal 
ence with free circulation of tears danger af ten totoeUu health r I chew stem I two trays 
blood in the legs. spreading to other organs* Mj of It a day. I am IS.— P. B. 

r-Hrrvr write norroR d ' ,p *“ r hmm mot ■■K“‘ rd ■■ Ice is froren water I've bad 

tHMTt WITH UWTVX ,.|,eration. I am la my early quite a few letters from people 

It is Important to consult ■ Its.—8.N. usually older than you are. who 

doctor so he can find out which Like diverticuloiis, ailments have acquired this odd habit. 

i» responsible, because the right of the gall bladder are common. I know of no reason to think U 
treatment for one may no I be They do. however, deserve la harmful. If you like to chew 
the right treatment for another, closer watchfulness by your frozen water. It's All right with 
Caught at an early stage, such physician.. me. But I’ve never had anyone 

as this case evidently is. dropsy Risk is not especially a prob- tell me why they like it. So I 

Usually responds to treatment, lem of the infection spreading call it a harmless quirk. 


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Vinda light, occasionally north¬ 
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2S to 37. Today's sunrise, 7:26 
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CHATHAM. Ont I CPU Rev. | 
Russel D. Horsburgh 45. Razed j 
Impassively at Judge W. H. Fox 
Monday when he was sentenced 
to a year in Jail on five convic¬ 
tions at contributing to juvenile 
delinquency. 

As the rain pelted down and 
the wind whistled outside the 
courtroom, the judge said that 
the minister of Park Street Uni¬ 
ted Church, largest Protestant 
church here, had been ably de¬ 
fended on eight charges of con¬ 
tributing to juvenile delinquency 
by encouraging and providing 
accommodation for Juveniles to 
indulge In sexual intercourse. 

Judge Fox said that he had to 
consider his duty in imposing 
sentence although "it Is a very 
unpleasant duty.” 

GRAVITY OF OFFENCE 
He had to consider the gravity 
of the offence as well as the cir¬ 
cumstances surrounding it. 'Hie 
deterrent effect, the question of 
the reformation of the convicted 
man and the public interest also 
had to be taken Into account. 

"Therefore." said the Ontario 
Supreme Court judge, "the sen¬ 
tence of this court is that you 
lie committed to the common 
iail for one year on each of the 
five charges and that these sen¬ 
tences will run concurrently to 
take effect as of last Tuesday." 

The minister then left the 
courthouse for the Kent County 
jail where he must remain until 
leave to appeal hai been 
grant ed- 

AFFEAL PROCEEDING* 

Proceedings to get an appeal 
| were launched immediately 
after the minister was convicted 
| last Tuesday. 

Ncrfed criminal lawyer Charles 
t Duttn of Toronto, will handle, 
j the appeal. It waa expected that' 
t leave to appeal would be granted 
f In Toronto by a Juatice of the 
„ supreme court next Thursday. 

_ | A spokesman for a group of 

The rates are being equalized 12 businessmen campaigning for 
to pave the way for an event- funds to finance the appeal said 
ual takeover of all Indian | there had been an “excellent 
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J. V. Boys, federal Indian Com¬ 
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Publiihwr and Ethtor-IrvQiiaf 


By THOMAS LAND 
Irani Laaitfua 

G WYNNE Owen and Peter Al> 
len, hanged on Auk. 13 for 
murder, may have been The last 
In Britain to suffer capital pun¬ 
ishment. 

A bill to abolish the death pen¬ 
alty In the near future is almost 
certain to be carried with a 
larg* majority. 

Prime Minister Harold Wilson, 
himself a supporter of abolition, 
has promised a "free" vote on 
the issue. This means that MPa 
will not be required to vote 
along party lines. 

“All questions Involving con¬ 
science should be left to a free 
vote rather than being made a 
government issue." he said as 
leader of the Opposition before 
the October elections. 

"I have no doubt at all how the 
vote will go." he added. "Capi- 
tal punishment will be abol¬ 
ished." 

Earlier, he told the Society of 
Labor Lawyers: "I think it a 
generally agreed that the Homi¬ 
cide Act has neither a rational 
nor a moral basis.” 


XT EXT WEEKEND Bfltish Prime Minister Harold 
■* ^ Wilson will meet wijln his lop political and military 
advisers to thrash out a new defence policy for the 
United Kingdom. 

Observers anticipate that the new program to be 
evolved at this conference could well result in Britain 
taking over a bigger role in the Western alliance which 
could in turn precipitate the long-awaited revamping 
of the present NATO defence structure. 

It is also expected that although the Labor gov¬ 
ernment may decide to place Britain's hitherto inde¬ 
pendent nuclear bomber force wholly under NATO 
command and also cut back on some of her many over¬ 
seas commitments in order to reduce her high defence 
coat* it will make no major move to weaken the na¬ 
tion's military strength or armed effectiveness. 

It is nlso reported that if major changes are to be 
brought about, the new program will not only be in¬ 
stituted but established in running Older before the 
pteaent defence setup is phased out, thus providing 
Britain with adequate protection during the expected 
changeover period. 

This latter move, of couise, makes common sense 
—-a commodity apparently somewhat lacking in our 
own Canadian defence department these days. 

Our defence minister, Mr. Paul Hellyer; upon 
whose shoulders seemingly rests the whole responsibil¬ 
ity for Canada's present defence program, obviously 
doe* not believe in such a logical approach. 

As sole author (by his own admission) of the 
Defence White Paper, Mr. Hellyer believe* in getting 
rid of the old before bringing in the new. To date he 
has demonstrated his personal delectation tor this 
mode of operation by ridding our armed forces of a 
good many of their senior and highly qualified of¬ 
ficers and by doing away with a large number of our 
militia a:»d reserve units. 

His reason for this is that such a move will save 
Canada millions of dollars over the next few years 
which can then be spent on providing the navy, army 
and air force with new, modern and better equipment. 

However, though he has moved with almost in¬ 
decent haste to cut down on personnel he ha* been 
dangerously tardy in doing anything about the ma¬ 
terial. Now nearly eight months after he so proudly 
Introduced his White Paper in the House of Commons, 
the navy is «till waiting lo hear what kind ot ship* Mr. 
Hellyer wants them to have, the army is still waiting 
lo hear what kind of force Mr. Hellyer desires them 
In he. and the air force is still wondering what kind of 
aircraft Mr. Hellyer has in mind for them. 

It must be admitted that Mr. Hellyer took a large 
and determined step forward when he introduced hi* 
White Paper last March. What a pity he didn't know 
which way he was facing when he took it. 


Mo«t Labnr and Liberal MPb 
■ rid many Tories are expected lo 
vote in favor of abolition. » 
And the House of Lord*, which 
thwarted 


Your father’s not only changed his mind about Mr. Wilson, he's been getting on 
me all morning for voting Conservative!** 


Com mom 
vote In 1956 to abolish capital 
punishment, is likely this time to 
to along with the trend of ih« 

:ing to Carry on the War I "Die Homicide Act of 1957 pro* 

v *dea for six type* of murder 

By RICHARD JACKKON, i promised It. one senator already lo ** punishable by death. 

Coloalat Ottawa Bureau ihas given Mr. Diefenbaker the They are murder by shooting, 

1 pledge of a non-slop oratorical murder of a policeman, murder 
id a aerator is free to carryi has-beens.” as some member* marathon that will end only in the furtherance of theft. 
i as long aa will and wind of the Commons like to refer to when he caves in from complete murder while avoiding arresi or 
id sheer physical drive holds them, who earlier thia year en- 1 physical fatigue. escaping from custody, murder 

\\ . 1JW __raged the supposedly all-power-j With „„ , im « limil debate of a prison officer by a 

,Ul ,,OU * e ** rp,U8ln ‘ cS ^ vo,e cutting him off he has swom P rison * r *nd repealed murder, 
to, lliit tnf Spnitf hlit)orsi mofH*v it hid directed nf nro» . . * .. _ tl. , 

wr». calls- r»,e ntd our TV ' . ’ p '° carry on until they carry The art contains many coo- 

wne realty raie ola cur V ided at once for the un- , tradiriine* uhi*-h k 

ludvpon* ancient warriors . , . . him out on a stretcher. ■ iraoieuons winch nave been 

uageons, ancient wsmori >mp | oy(d and several thousand . ... . . . tarcets of hitler k. 

hose year* have served only I nlh _.■_ i iflt ,-J Figure* he might he good for * /* b tier attacks by 

i hard-boil them to the point | >verMm - r heoues a run of four *traight day*. British journalists and MPt for 

tat they're senators ftrat, and “Five ” he allow* "It I'm ytBrB ' For If a man 

ten Liberal* or Oonserva These are the kind of misty r, P« 1 strangled a girl, he 

ves. .curmudgeons who would just as . . . . ^ould have to hang. Btil If 

Such Iron-fibred men are the ™" hold up the flag If tor no ™ ZT' JJTh." Z Zj****. * * trl * 

i be rats' Tom Ciwar at f»J"«her reason than to put tbonel ' . and stole her purse-then he 

nd the Conservative*' Ralph voting Commons whipper-snajv , .. wotIlf1 wou,d *** «“*ecuted 

orner at m. ^ these are per* in their proper place. ^ M ^ him .u****! A*™? 1 "* *" 

nly two o fa tough old tribe, * * * him finally with the lark of » !,hr h "* 

lat more than once over the, number of murder* In th-s 

raia has shown the Commons| And it just so happen* that 1 ‘country. It remains more than 

ho the parliamentary boss even before the Senate gel* a; But in the Senate, that kind, ^ , VMr 

EALLY l«. rrack at the flag the prime!of thing aimply iin't done and 

These were the "'weary oldmln later so unnecessarily | insist its officer*, never will he * * * 


Thinking 

Aloud 


Ottawa Offbeat 


•\ . . 0 / shot*, and skips. u ,nr 

•ad seattag wax . . “ ^ Oppotmon. with the Cbn-| 

sersatlve caucus split over the 
By TOM TAVUiR issue, make no furious last do 

A READER wants to know »' a " d *** 

where I ricked up the col- red maph* leaf design, has 

' lomiiulism. “tin a cum tree" «nyb.rfy thought what could hat^ 
cited herein two days ago anent ,,rn vvhft1 ,hf Oanmons fmallv 
Mr Earle Stanley C.ardner ,hrow » ,,,r * r '" ,n fhe 
I don't knms. It just p.^ped ™ »*’ 

, into mind, so I surmise L grew \ early on. vhen what aim e 

'up with It as part of the folk- hM war ■ 

lore of my early year*. I .m!™" opening skirmish. Pnme 
! a Utile surprised my reader j Minister Pearson gave the House 
hasn't equally absorbed its ae- the commitment that he would 
mantic verity. **t parliamentary apprmal for 

How the expression arose I the new flag not only in the Com- 
don't know either hut it seem* mona. hut in the Senate, too. 
to lie self-e.splanaiory. If you This he wasn't obligated to 
go up a gum tree I presume i do 

you find this rather a sticky I Once the Commons had ap- 
husiness. 1 pruvetl the all-party jwrliamen- 

Aml that's what n.* infre-!'»0 committee s 

quentlv happens as Mr. Card- mendation. the prime minister, 
ner bemuses you with hi* Perry exerciaing executive authority- 
Mason tricks. He leads you i *• would hav^ been hi* right 
along the false trail* that end! *> *>-qulckly. simply, easily 
with you up the tree, and there j rou,d h«v# nm tite new emblem 
you're stuck. “P ,h * P°** onler-l^nouncH, 

Unable to sort out wliat's' »«d the country would have had 
w f 1A Y m> choice but to toiuie. 


At present no prisoner* urt 
! awaiting execution in Britain. 
And. paradoxically, the govern- 
j ment could not order an exeru- 
tinn. even under the present 
law. 

i Home Secretary Sir Frank 
a kind of a mtni.ter 
is a confirmed 
As an hone*t man. 
ba*e to accept * 
fiery 


H nifcinjrfon Calling 


Grave Threat to NATO 


But instead, he undertook to 
clear It with both Houses, 


A colleague says it’s equally 1 
difficult to son nut what a hap¬ 
pening all over the world, and 
he's right. Thia is a hlggec 
puz/le and vastly more impor¬ 
tant. than a Perry Mason mys¬ 
tery. 

Every day 


»T*HK ANGER AND DISTASTE of Univeraity of Vic- 
A tori* *turtenlf on receiving hate literature directed 
against the mixing ol Negroes and white* i* illustra¬ 
tive of how self-defeating such propaganda generally 
is. For it* author* and its cause in this case it has 
almost certainly won not the slightest adherence; 
nothing but contempt. 

The fact of such negative and even opposite ef¬ 
fect was taken eloquently into account last week by 
Justice Minister Guy Kavreau in a Montreal speech tn 
which he dwelt at some length on the problems of con¬ 
trolling the dissemination of material of this kind 

Mr. Favreau questioned whether preachings of 
h.ite, in Canada and at the present time, would really 
lind a significant audience; "Even though the divisive 
tilth of clandestine haters may sicken us by its viru¬ 
lence, we can rely on the sanity of the overwhelming 
majority of our citizens lo reject it.* Indtcd, I dare to 
suggest that on contact with such perversion, all de¬ 
cent Canadians are shocked into a still closer solidarity 
with their vilified fellow citizens. In this way, malig¬ 
nant hate, unmasked before an aroused and tolerant 
people, may ultimately give birth to a strengthened 
love " 

The i>oint is one that may well be given deep con¬ 
sideration among those who would hastily impose tight 
restriction on the purveyors of malice and suspicion. 
Especially when, as Mr. Favreau also observed, to try 
to gag by law the small element now seeking to spread 
l>oiaonou.s doctrines can be to endanger a vita! feature 
of our democracy, freedom of expression. 

The cure in other words could be worse than the 
disease. The Canadian Union of Student* has ap¬ 
proached the postmaster general asking for tighter 
postal regulations, for instance, to prevent further 
tlow of the hate literature. But how far do we go 
•long this path? Can the hate-mongers be restrained 
in an effecive way without censorship of the mail, and 
government officials sitting in judgment on Cana¬ 
dians' views 11 

The problem demands a most cautious and 
thoughtful approach. And this, fortunately, is what it 
aeoms to be getting. 


<u*t. Framer's nuclear adven¬ 
ture i* a heavy dram on French 
finances and a principal reason 
Fir inflationary pressures re-, 
suiting m strikes by govemmem j 
workers and other km-paid 
groups What Is more, when It 
is completed with a homhing 
force (n deliver it the total strik¬ 
ing power will be minuscule as 
compered tn the arsenal of ihe 
Ssmrt Union or the Uni led 
States. 

Yet. a* de Gaulle said in his, 
recent talk with one of Europe i 
wisest statesman, it was essen¬ 
tial to have such a force. Then 
if the Russians mined toward 
Ihe Rhine and the English Chan¬ 
nel France would launch a nu¬ 
clear attack reganlle** of whai 
a hesusnt United States might' 


A NORTH Atlantic alliance < 
without France* That hi I 
the trim abyss which France'* 
N A TO partners confront as 
President de Gaulle threatens to 
take France out of NATO unless 
he h«« his way 

Ever since ihe Algerian war 
and, somewhat later, the siart 
of de Gaulle's drive tn liecome 
a member of the m|clear club, 
the French military contribu¬ 
tion to NATO has l« en rvgllf- 
■ lili The two partial divisions 
still committed in Germany 
have Second World War equip¬ 
ment The 27 air sqtiadmns are 
a token t.totributMH Naval 


, Snaklee 
of | u s t i r e 
abnii rtont»i 
he w«i«M 

petition for repnece from 
convicted murderer 

But the government I* 
likely to go much further in 
bringing Britain * a nr lent 
criminal code up to date A 
group, set up early this year liv 
Wilson *n study the country * 
pen,.! code, ha* laid down an 
ambitious program for I*w 
refill rn 

Tile group, uniler the ehain- 
ni.m-.hip of l/ird !,on«:fnrrt has 
produced an impressise re|«.i 1 
'"»ed Crime a Challenge to i s 
AM " It seeks to fit the punidw 
'P..,' Btop wkmm mi her than 

to the pi inie 

"We diaiht the wisdom of 
keeping men in prison after thc-v 
have learned thetr lessen, it 
.comment* Instead, it projaiscs 
jthe rsiahlishment of pmolc 
[hoards rmia«rred to relc.i-e 
(prisoners on supervision almr 
| 1 hey have served at least a 
quarter nf iheir sentence* 


This he did voluntarily. 

Perhaps tf was with the same 
impatient daring as he displayed 
when first taking office in talk¬ 
ing so boldly of those well-re¬ 
membered Sixty Blazing Days 
of Daring Decision ' that latei 
were to haunt him 
And it could have been In 
the name hurriedly hopeful 
spirit in which, almost rrck 


almost. Ihe front 
page of a newspaper i« an al¬ 
bum of distress, quarrel, politi¬ 
cal imbroglio, dissension and 
.i wide-ranging glo- 
Southeast Asia. Af- 
China, P.ussi.r 


demand, i 
ha I scale 
rica. Malayan. 

Ihe UN and NATO and the ECM 
Ihe list is endless not to 
<peak of contending issues 
closer to home. 

And the man in the «treet. 
the chap on whose broad corn 
monsense so much may depend 
is at his wit's end In follow ell 
the nuances and define even to 
nis own satisfaction where tlie 
pros end and 11>e cons Itepln 
Not e»en Solomon with all his 
alleged wisdom could solve ihe 
myriad problems that currenily 
afflict ipankinr'.. 

None of It i« simplv black 
nnd white: and its the grey 
shades in between thnt make 
understanding hard to come In 


really was necessary, nnd, a* 
it ha* turned out. in making 
Ihem, he was only making 
trouhle for himself 
Buf that perhat»s is what 
makes him an interesting 
prime minister . . . this way 
he has of trying to do things 
the hard way. 

It challenges his leadeiship. 
tests his determination, tries 
hi* vigor and power of his 
thrust to get things-done 
Bui in giving hi* Senate 
commitment it could have 
been he didn't fully realize the 
potential for trouble that it 
held for him. 

For if he thinks Ihe Com 
mons has been balky over the 
flag and the Conservatives 
have been in no hurry to sa 

lule it Ihe Senate could show This is thr government that, 
he him just what delay really can thanks to Ihe "opening to the 
* mean. left." cover* a broad s|*eetrurH- 

* * * of Italy's pil.tical complex 

Deputy premier in ihe govern¬ 
ment l» Pietro Nenni, head of: 
the left-wing Socialists, who 


But Ihe real concern in Rome 
and every capital of Western 
Kuiope is over the competitive 
*pur of the French national 
force. The cost of ihe nuclear 


If a mother of voting ehildien 
mu>t he *enl tn prison, the gtonp 
'*>*• "***" *uiiable aceommot’a- 
non must he provided *o that 
'he children < an armitiium lier. 
Also a large proportion of fe- 
niale offenders should lie treat- 
ed at home, on pdnhation or on 
l atia.-. rather Ilian in jali. 

Mie group also redimmerxis 
ihal prisoners' pia ket money 
stxmlri be increased from tlie 
present lOo io J3 weekly, part of 
which »h<*il <1 tie retained until 
discharge 
The number of 


In the UpfM-i i'hamher. he 
should have i rroemtoered, 
lher<- s no time limit on de^iaie, 


Ihilelinr: b.urope 


A Shortsighted Policy 


Cleaning the Mores 


prisoners al- 
lowed to work for outside firm* 
lor nonnal trade union rales 
should lie increased, ihe group 
sa>' Bui it i.-commends tli.it 
those in prison fot crime* of 
violence should have part rf 
•heir earnings induced to com¬ 
pensate their victim*. 


M ao tse-tum ; ha* unque. 

iionatilv rendered n ■•rt 
ant serviie.* tn Europe The 
! Sino-Soviet conftu t ami Peking'- 
lm reasinglv deliani attitude u>- 
l wards Moscow have prevented 
ihe U S.S.It. from continuing w 
i ifr aggressive fsilicy in Ihe \lesi. 
If Ihe Russian leaders sf>eak ”1 
coexistent and easing of ten- 
i sion*. if they make »>mleiiu 
cestures which are mir idiot's 
delight, the reason is simply 
I Ihe Kremlin * eiernnl dilemma 
1 a* tme in the nil. lear aye as il 
w •» in Hie limes of Ihe • zars. 


Thi* is Free China Despi’e 
an Aggressive hostile propa- 
..and.i. ihe Kuominlang bus 
achieved on Taiwan outslandin'.’ 
successes in ihe social and e*o- 
n*imic field* The agrarian re¬ 
form is unique li impresses ihe 
countries where a land-prohiem 
exists atxl where all too often 
die only ahemative to an in- 


T HK l/X'Al Optimist Club has in mind soring «ha1 
it can do lo help clean up what it calls the "fillh’* 
purveyed in certain types ot magazines. There will 
he many who wish it success. 

Journals of this nature pander to the lowest human 
elements Snd are an affront to the decent instincts 
nl society. They are without merit and are produced 
only to one end--monetary gain without regard to the 
loosening of values they perpetuate. 

Some steps to curb ihe salacious circulation of 
these journals are justified, which goes unchecked be¬ 
cause nothing is done about them unless someone in¬ 
itiates a court action againsl the source of their sale 
Authority on higher levels turns a blind eye to the 
deleterious effect they have on young minds 

This isn’t a case of censorship against the printed 
word whose literary merit or warranted views may 
claim absolution, although in this realm also much 
that is debatable is o.veust'd on grounds of artistry, 
hut a curbing of the licence permitted so much that 
Is she^r dirt and little el« 

As far as that goes tins** magazines are not the 
only culprits; television is full of sex and sadism pre¬ 
sented in repugnant form to a degree that is objec¬ 
tionable to most of its viewers. 

What would benefit the mores of modern society 
Is a breach ol fresh air blown through ihem. If the 
Optimist* can introduce a detergent, their aims will 
be welt taken. 


talk at■ hii it"- Kremlin .* < hangr 
"f mind Equallv naive are ihone 
who |>rn|H>!.p that the Free World 
•U.ui I ally itxelf with Mao. si me 
lie ix ihe rnoim nf the |»»wer 
iMiupving fur nearly 20 years 
■ it-as es.xential fur Atlantir se¬ 
curity. 

We must have the vision tn 
i-*A further than European re¬ 
unification Once iliis pi'elimt- 
narv condition of genuine peace 
is met. *e shall have lonunon 


'ho would 
(itostriered 
o majesty 


terive no U o.. t from wring 
Mao at the Ural* or in Africa. 

tyust-now think of ihe imvi 
ment when it will become im- 
fa*rati\e to .ontain the 1‘ektng 
regime 

To that end, u realistic judg¬ 
ment on Far Eastern affairs is 
inpisfiensable. One Important 
.facttir, loo often forgotien. is the 
,n 'deep n*ii«toal feeling of the Chi¬ 
nese Thev re*ent foreign inter¬ 
vention. It-.i.- certain that an all 
" too obvious Western action would 
holster the prestige of the Com* 
These elementary facts are munists. In order to weaken 
sometimes forgoiten. even in'Man a Chinese aftrrnative tn 
political circles. Hence the loose j htr regutie is needed. 


Ruk.xia. of all liie givat |*>w 
eis. vvi^s and is the largest in w 
area and'the we.ikexi in density 
of jMipulation. The country thus 
has never been ahle lo wage vnr 
on two fronts. Stine a slate i an 
only make an effective polit y 
where in the case trf need it * 
aisti able to take military meas¬ 
ures, Moscow had always 
eh.««e lie.ween activity either 
East or West, corresponding t. 
peme ■' any |iri< e in the njqx, 
site direction 


French, commanding British 
troops in Flanders. 

Second World War; Twenty- 
five years ago today jn 19^9— 
Nazi* executed nine Czechs and 
imprisoned 1.200 after demon¬ 
strations. m Prague; the formet 
Kaiser Wilhelm stated he hoped 
for a llohen/ollern restoration 
tn Germany; the war's first air 
raid siren sounded on the west 
'coast ol England. 


SjndHsu Inc.) 


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Bstlg Coimtfat Victoria, I.C., Tim., IU». 17,1M4 5 


Party Shuffle 


Poison Snack Upsets Viewer 

FRANKFURT, Nni r„rmM. (Reuteral—A M year old 
mu «u ukei to boapttal dariag the weekend after skaent- 
mMedy imraHic hia uadabk • ilk al »tow peUs* MmI 
•f mnUr4 while illltog with hi* eyea iM to a tolevlalna 
•haw. 


The party also dismissed 
Khrushchev's *an4n-law, Alexei 
Adxhubei, from membership In 
the central committee, Adzhu- 
bel, former editor of the gov¬ 
ernment newspaper Izves- 
tia, was expelled from the com¬ 
mittee “for errors committed In 
his work." 


The central committee gave 
no explanation for dropping Va¬ 
sily 1. Polyakov from hit post 
at a member of the party sec¬ 
retariat. Polyakov specialised 
in agriculture, Khrushchev * fa¬ 
vorite field and the field of 
Khrushchev’s moat noteworthy 
failures. 


MOSCOW (API — A month 
after ousting Nikita S. Khrush¬ 
chev. the Soviet Communist 
party's central committee ele¬ 
vated three of its leader* to ita 
highest council Monday and de¬ 
creed important personnel and 
policy changes. 

The actions, taken at a one- 
day aeeret meeting of the com¬ 
mittee, appeared to observer* io 
lie an effort by Leonid I. Brezh¬ 
nev, Khrushchev's successor as 
first secretary of the jvarty. to 
the party along the 


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Alexander N. ShHrpin. 46. 
former head of the state se¬ 
curity committee, the aeeret 
police organization, was pro¬ 
moted to the committee ! rul¬ 
ing presidium. He already was 
a member of the party's secre¬ 
tariat. Only three other men. 
including Brezhnev, now are 
members of both bodies. 

Pyotr Y. Shelest. 56, head of 
the party from the influential 
Ukraine Republic, was elevated 
to the presidium from candidate 
membership 
KOZLOV OI T 

Pyotr N Demlchev. 46, a 
party secretary specializing In 
light and chemical industries, 
became a candidate member of 
the presidium. 

The central committee 
dropped Fml R. Kozlov, once 
regarded as a top aide to 
Khrushchev, from the presi¬ 
dium, explaining that the rea¬ 
son was Kozlov's physical inca¬ 
pacity. Kozlov was felled by a 
stroke last year. 


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TOKYO lAP) China claimed 
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Italian Firm Wins 
Tower Contract 


6 Batin <f alonlrt Victwta, I.C, Tm.-, N.t. 17, 1M4 


VANCOUVER (CP) — Aa 
Italian coapiir ha* bc«a 

Warry if 

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awarded a P .580.000 contract to! 
| provide an initial 100 lower* to 1 
t move Pea bp River power to the 
lower mainland. 

B.C. Hydro and Power Au-| 
thnnty announced Monday So¬ 
le let* Annum a UettriXkaaione 

o i Milan. Italy, will *upply 
tower* lor 300 mile* id the 574- 
mtle powerline. 

Erection of the pylons between. 
Prince George and Keiiv Lake 
jin Bouth-central B.C. will start 
in the spring of 1965. 


Eighteen Inches Spelt Death 
For 29 Airliner Passengers 


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Out of Halifax harbor moves naval 
supply ahip Cape Scott, carrying 38 
•dentists from five nations on three- 
month fact-finding expedition among 
1,200 inhabitants of remote Easter 


Island in Pacific. Study is in antici¬ 
pation of island's first big link with 
20th century—airport soon to be 
built there.-—(AP) 


LAS VEGAS. Nev. CAP) -i 
Searcher* found a miulng air-| 
liner and the hodiea of 29 per¬ 
son* »catiered over a enow- 1 
swept mountain top Monday. ' 
A sheriff « deputy estimated 
that had the Bonanza Air Lines 
Phoenix • to - La* Vega* flight 
been but * foot and a half 
higher It would not have 
crashed Sunday night in * blind¬ 
ing *now storm, killing all 
aboard. 

The official list at passengers 
included an H. Will of Calgary 
The twin-engine propeller-Jet 
plane lay In three piece* on the 
4,410-foot rocky butte — tail, 
fuselage and eockplt—in a 150- 
yard line pointing toward its 
goal. Las Vegas McCarran 
Field, nine miles northeast 
Helicopters lifted sheriff's 
deputies to the scene—inacces¬ 
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visible; the others had to be 
dug out of snow drifted as deep] 
as lour feet. 

First reports were that 28 
persons died three members of 
the plane crew and 25 passen¬ 
ger*. Then another body wasi 
found-that of a two-year-old 
girl identified as the daughter 
of William T. Riley of La* 
Vegas, a Bonanza employee 
who with his wife died in the 
crash. 

This was the fourth fatal 


plane crash In a decade bi the 
mountains that rim the Las 
Vegas valley. It raised Ne¬ 
vada's plane-crash death *nll 
this year to 143. worst in the 
state's histor*. 

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GM Talks Stalled 


OSHAWA. Ont «CP)-Union 
negotiators rejected Monday 
contract proposals affect l n g 
about 22,500 General Motors 
Company of Canada workers, 
claiming the company com¬ 
pletely ignored some of their 
major demands. 

General Motors said the pro¬ 
posal*, If accepted, would mean 
industrial peace and enable 


planned development, but offi¬ 
cials of the United Automobile 
Workers of America tCLO said 
there would be a strike unless 
the company made some altera¬ 
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(IP AND lUCCI—tniluh bane china. 

Aiiorud pattern. _ 

MIX-CUE TEAPOT—Enihib Inira'i 

facto _ — 

I.OLDIV WIVl TUMBLES*— Hl|to-hails ar 
•Id fasblanrds 

M l »l'UII-Moe-liraiili h«Wi. 

X.cto 

li e BALLS—Pill with water and Items. A 

Will not dilula Icieraii, . .. £ 

roiNUTTIAL Flowers lor Ctoriiintaa 
centra »l«ei - . -- 

MOUMOII BINUinm- 0 

Cup and isucer a 

RhlDIU BCD TAME — Ideal far riower* ar u.s as 
sparkling calMir accents 

INDIAN BBAdd — Band-mad# llama tram lbs 
sialic Kail 

HLidUAN# LAMP* — Coloured «laaa camaur shads 
on padestal ha.. 


I BEAK TBAUK-Twa 4' Irnaths with hr.ck.li, aviaaa. 14 d J Q 
HIM, MU rod slopi. I ipile a IN« MlHRM I ■ • 

Bd" COTTON niMA-AiliKiM lahr-a in ■ load « 4 JQ 

•elKilaa ml aalaur oaMmillw.. £ yard# I.W9 

PLASTIC ■■MU AND WINDOW Cl BTA1NB—Caloiir Ixt. durstala 

plaitla. Bhowar d A Q Wlndo- 4 d A 

Till], well 1.49 JIBS oalr »-4© 

lonON PLAINS »• PRINT*—Carr slated prloia and pl.uu as 
)ihi in aatx sad d 1 d |Q 

match _ — II yards liMB 

SA*‘ BCBLAP A paoular fdhnc la a wide rings •% 1 |Q 

• r cola an ta tarda 1.40 

AKOSltl niDONt-nooii sardaray ar a-Mrlad d IQ 

fabrics. Wida rana. af eatourv fach I 5 

BATIN CXBBBONM Rauars aailB cuiblaoi II Ilf « 4 JQ 

In many daearatar ratewr> B fa* I.^B 

« API CURTAIN* -Ooloucful prints aa atolla araunda. 4 IQ 

ana »««' Valine. 41 ir —- laid 

M" COTTON POINTS— Weahahls. duiatb CMISoa 4 JQ 

Idaal foe drapeflaa. Yard _ . -- »>“w 

COBDCSOT SB AT PADS r solid loam fin 4 JQ 

lartoui aataura facto 1109 

BATSON PANEL* Washable decree KOI' flat beadlnf. 4 JQ 
Whit- aaly lot — - liT« 

44" PBINTSD DBAP1BT — Maay palUm. la d|i ISO 

eaaai• fram I e’w »da 1.09 

PT-FATFR MTA-IN yard* Usa IS Blester hooks j « 4 JQ 

Bad lam union booklet A. lo I -NS 

Waadward a B'lN'Ka. Beaaad Elsa* 


nOLL-14 tali, all tiny!, sataa bale. . . fully 
jaiatad Drciaad m aactan Bees* 4 JQ 

and tost la match 1.09 

■ IB VICE HATTON -Coastals af aara«a 4 JQ 

wiito automatic dear, pirn .tic cars. 1.09 
MOW UNO AST-All alaatkc. rualy bear 4 JQ 
V nil. with 1 ball. Iit9 

DART BOARD Includes 1 dalll 4 JQ 

and refutation board I ""9 

TEA dET-Brlabtiy colaurad unhraak- 4 JQ 
able Dlailtc astum for A I iTW 

AM NT TANK AIT—I army tanka and 4 JQ 
1 Jr rp Bel • '"9 

Headward'S Taylaad. Mala IW»e 


1 AMT-LOA Kd Finite lalerlocklna huildmc 

brick* Window 1 and doaia d IQ 

Imludad I .e*E 

4 HILtoKE N'S BOOKS—hard carers, claslc and 
ao.cnnire 4 4 JQ 

akoria « far I .95 

TONKA TOT JSfP Army Inalgnia na 4 JQ 

aide, all air Lai. #•*'• Inns I ■49 

PATSOL Gt N—Friction-rua. 4 JQ 

all racial. 21V Ion* I .49 

PILL TOT—Wasdrn horaa mm plaMla 4 IQ 

•herla. woolly brad I .4ws 

PI I SB TOTS—Soft cuddly toya. d IQ 

we-hsbto. Mawkiya and bean I .13 


motorboat Bauety-arwrated. 
slaaLir Aparax. IS lens 


I BBMIATBT SIT—Tor all as* 
Experimental labaralory 


MOSAIC TILS BIT Happy heura 
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LADIES and CHILDREN'S WEAR 


HOSIERY AND ACCESSORIES 


LADIES’ AND CHILDREN’S SHOES 


B4IX4U STATION!Bi¬ 
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BOXED NOTKM —Handl-pak af Id note, and 
enyrlopet 

MAGNIFYING GLASS— l-lnrh lena 
facto 

HLLC-LINED ENVfLOPTI Na ■ rhrwua all* 


too.ea 


aLAMlKLk HodlhBT —mil raicio-aaeato. aa aewn 4 
•ram In loe Sue* SS Id II 9 

PANTI BOMB faeaml rsa alraicb haaa Burs I ML XL 

facto 

LOI AGING SLIPPERS- -Tlnyl usp.il 4 

lealtoer solaa mm 

lUPriRs Allot u-d sly lea. Rises llll XL. 

Pair 

HOilERT AND LINGIBIS t AALA Plaatic and coloured 

aalln faoito -- 

NT LON GLOVhS- Pa.bioP colours. SUrl S to (. 

Pau 

I A.ABMkll BOOL GLOVES- Warmly lined 
Pair 

I UILDBEVI VINTL OLOVkIV—Warmly llnsd. « 
Ell all alac. £ 

PRINTED PCARtkw— < 

Rayon satin square uariti - B 


4 MILDBIVS INDIAN M04CAMINS—Baft. Plukla leather, d JQ 

fall llnini. ihrarlma cuff*. Pair I <t3 

INEANTS' BOOTkkM Dial.-cut leather mnrta.lr,. 4 JQ 

adjuatable lac*,, irlt limn* Pair I .49 

4 BILDBEVi GOBI SUPPEBA Warm, plaid uppers 4 JQ 

Inara aalaa. Pair I .19 

I BILDBEN-S O-P HNkk BOOTS Heinforced heels and 4 JQ 

sole! Red. black, while Pwli I *49 

LAMBS' TBAAkl SLIPPfBS Red. klua. belle I IQ 

with POWCh Pair I.t9 

MIPilBA' dBAGI- Bharxy upper., turd-wearlno solas a JP 

Pair 1.99 

LADItw SB AG* tohsbsy upper ■ anarled colour. 4 A ft 

Pair 1.99 

LADUa- MILE* MuJtl-cplaurad iibpera Plat ar wedia 4 A A 
heel Pair I .49 

LADIES' AM40BTED MUPTEBS- Lealtoer uppera. felt 4 IQ 

llnlnaa. ahrarlln cufla. Pair I .99 

W Mdwaid . Ladles' Ibwi. Mala Elaor 


GIANT -PADS— A 

MS itoaeu ia a pad 4 

BALLPOINT PkNP-Parker Arrow Jailer and aa 
e.lra laris radii _ - 

MAST SAT* — Plya-pleca art. IS 
ai-orlea colaura . 

PLATING CABDS—Plaint coaled, 
double deck 

PAINT BT Nl'MBfW—Craflmaater, and Black Mafic aart 

Bet 

I ANDLfS— 11 -Inch tapered candlo C e 

Auortcd coiaura I b 

PROTO ALBUMS— 1S‘.1>4 stool□ album, with ilmulaird 
leather enters 

JINGLA BELL GIPT WRAP—J rolls pap* « 

1 roU loll. J bells per pack £ 

JINGLE BELL JLMBO GUT WRAP- A roll, fill nape, 

1 twin bell. 

JINGLE BELL BAG O BOMS I striped. Q 

13 plain bu»a. 2 belli. 3 ornament. £ 

LICK N* STICK BIBDON— d 

III laches of .irlpeil or plain noboa _ f 

t I KL TIE RIBBON Red while, urea and 4 

sold ribbon 4M ie*l f 

WOODWARD'S JLMBO GIST WRAP— m 

24 assorted .heel'. Id seal, per pack.se B 

4.IIT WRAP BAGS it drcoiattra Pad. to 

A laris, a iraaU £ 

GUT WRAP BOXES— to 

Pita a.'oried aia*a . £y 

I IIBIMTM.AS TABUS knotted packs. to 


BOPTEE MOMAIB Mahair pod w mml Brlttah traps't. 1 d J Q 

Jlaaortad ihade. Aucrat 1-oa hall AS far I #49 

•WOODSON I A" WOBSTXII Para wpai. shrink- Q 4 JQ 

pen.ram. All colouri. Aporai. 2-du skein. «* tor 1*49 

-WOODMOMA' BlUT — VToOI-rsyon rclnforasd with 9 4 JQ 

Dylan Wirink-ra.iiUnt, Aparox 3-aa akala am far I .49 

*■ W OODPONI A” DOLBLB KNIT—Nylao-rclnlorred Waal ahrlbk-reaul- 

• m Basic shade' *} I IQ 

<»m 3-aa ball «• far 1.^9 

•-WOOOSONIA" NTLON loa. nylon, ahrlnk- |f 4 JQ 

pranf. ■aettopraet Apwrai l-oa kail 9 far 1.^0 

-WOODSONIA- BABT WOOL Waal reinlareod wrlb aylan WtoiU and 

•asteli Alia la iilk and wool C 4 JQ 

4pa»o* 1 -oa. ball . — V far laUB 

‘WOOD SOM » BLENB-WoU-rayan with aylan dj 4 4Q 

Papular coiouri Appraa l-aa ball U fas laUB 

-W NIT* OAR- 4-PLY —British import *4 Under Ins r 4 JQ 

All wool Apnroi I-•■ ikem B far I a9B 

•MIL MAC" 1NDIAN-TVPB WOOL—Plain and marl • 4 jq 

Bhadrt IRA lamhawoeJ. Approi. 4-oa iIMd £ far I .93 

•EWING BASKET Juaaba-alad baikrt with plMlla Ua? 4 JQ 


BOX BANKiSa £ 

I OfTON APRONS— to 

A.iori.d print! £ 

l MBBELLAA- Canadian-midi. Sturdily cotoatrurlad. 
rayoo coyer 

R.ANUBAGf— Tapeitry, patrni and faka le.ihei atylea 
Kwh 

EVENING BAGS Bead-eaaferaiarrwd daim la cl*tcb alyl*. 
White or black Eat to 

LEATHER WALLET* ANB f IV - T AINI.R A— 

A.saried ratoura Earn 


I INED t OBB SLIMS- AiMHled printed Hdlf baser waUL 
Bust 1 la Si and 1 to 14 

TODDLERS' OR LON CABDIGANS Wa.habla arton 
WhiU. fallow, pint, blud oc fraaa. Russ I In S. Each 
OB LON PVLLOVEBJ. CARBIGANto Red. pink, yellow, kiu* 
Btasa 1 ta dl. Bbact-alaay* pallotera. T - 14. Bach 
ELANNELRTTE P1JAMAS- Pailel print*. Riley E ta Ik and 
E ta It Each 

IOBDANNA DCRTBBK A..oi ted RrlnU. Balf-lr|si ar 

lace-trira atyWa. Blsra 4 ta ix Each 

GIRLS' BRIEFS — Popular cotton Ooinltof krlela to 

with doubla thick crutch. Blf* 3 ta lx B tor 

IOTTON OB TI.RVEENE BLOI MBs short ar Ulica-auaiMr 

aleettM, auortod atylex 1 ta lx Each 

PANT* PACK Aliened fancy pant., calaorsd prlata. 

■lies ( ta 14 Pour palrt la a pack _ 

ELIECI-LINED SLEEPER* Clro-waist atria la plllp 
roloura. alia son* urlnlv Bur. 1 la 4 . Each 
TNEBMAL PYJAMAS-Popular pola atyla la paital ah.de. 
Rue. 1 la f 

GIRLS' IOTTON BRIM* — A Marled prints Is J 
sturdy cotlsa Sue* ■ ta 14 U tor 

HMdward a Girls' Rear I 


Blf VILE TIKE* 34x1*0, MxlS. *4x1 


packj 


BICTLLE BEAR LIGHT ANB TAIL UGBT— 

Both far 

Bit TCLE GENERATOR-To aBrlAta htadliahl. 

Each 

BOWLING PMOB BAG for tatlns hwwUnf atoora to sod 
from ifnr. Earh — 

t MEAT EXPANDERS nite* and flra-*prln| model. 

Each 

BUCKET BTICR—drurde. loaala.ted stick fa.' men a 
•i bail barkyy. Each 

(.OLE BALLS A 

t .aadlaa-maor by Campbell _ “ I 

MINTING CAP- Blaaa acaads .ap far maximum safely 
Each 

RLNT1NO AEdT-Mata up onto yaur bat Owe aka fits all 

Each .. - 

FOOTBALL OB S4M CRB BALL—Pakbla flalah. bsary- 
duty rubber ball Each — I - 

1 ABBT-ALL BABB—Gandy fa* aboapinf ar carryIna 

•rbaal boaki. *tc. Each -- 

(iOLr BIT Bee ora • a puttee mailer Pranlaa rWhl la 
Teat ana barn. Set 


4 NRISTMAB l ABD« Mild pack. 3J cud. all to 

•Ilk* 31 draiaoa to ctooo.. trooi £ - 

4 ABD TABLE LOA LB Hfierilhl* coier 
Each 

Jt MBO GARMENT BAG Aborted colour. Qull ed front. 
A. uicoex Iona 43-mrb upper 

SKIRT AND PANT MANGERS— 4 

V laa-arlp tjpe ^ 

1 Old BIN AT ION BANGERS— to 

llaraaoad centra urUan, rlaa (Up _ £ 


BUtlb.OMt SOCK* -Wool-n)Ion. coltaB stretch Q 
ar nylan akratch Mcki Mura 3 to IS 1 . 9 

WOOBSOMA INDERWT4P Aihleita ahltla and d 
brief 1 Btaai fl.MX. far * la Id I 

■POST SRIBTE— Lana aJarra. cotton 
Ban I la It Each 

JCNIOB CORIOT aBIBTB- Neal 'tills Waatara-atyM 
•hlrta tar hays. With haia tie Boxed. lima 4, I. B I 
T-aalRTS—whlta cattan, era* pact, a hart alaaraa d 
■pm • la IB i 

JCNIOB BWEATERK— 1BB’« arlaa boltota cardlfana and 
■•Horan Blaaa t and fx facto 

JCNIOB KNIT BMIBTS- Lon* almra. rollam bait. Iwo- 

hotton neck aaantaa. JBaai 4 ta lx Each_ 

BOTI GLOTEB—Tlnyt Bbaraa fully lined £ 

Grey, black, brpva. Blaaa I ta 1 and B ta IB £ 

JCNIOB LINED PANTS—Blu. daoim. warmly Used 
baier alyl* Btxea 4 Id tx Pair 

M«.daar4 a Bara At. 


A ENEL SLIPB—Pleated at laca trim Pink, whlta ar 

Ium II ta 41 Bach 

BATON BBIIPB- PaataM lad wblu ElaaUa ar band 
U*. BAIL 

BALT BLIP ANB PANTIE BCT—SUB With .hatoww Ba 

White, bine, pitok. tad, blocs. idL Bat 

ITBETCB BTBAP BBA — la Manly sauna with am! 

.mehad awp Blaaa 23A - JIB. Each 

PANTIB PACK Tw* atyla* ia assarted calami 

Three pair, w' pack B M L Pack 

PLAIN OR PABBKB BBAn-WbiU eattma 

Plata UA-BC Padded UA - MB 

LTCBA GIRDLES PANTIB GIBBLER— Panel Irani. | 

O ■ bird In. aiaea 13 la 4« Laatex anly Bach 


BOXED TOWEL SET -Flaral ar plain Bath tawel and 
face cloth Bel 

BOXED PILLOW CABER—Embroidered Ha* eoilon 
A-Mirtod colour. 

* MINE*! PILLOW CAyES—Chines* tmbraldtrrd floral o> 
plain pattern. Pair 

TABLE CLOTH* Linen tlotha, ana 4S' *4l ' 

Each _ 

FLANNELETTE PMEETS kt' x M blue and pine 
huldlt' Each 

PILLOWS feather ar loam-filled Blia I3 x3»' 

Each 

COBUtROY tOAERS— to 

fa MD tolouli, vipterrd eudl £ 

TOWEL* f loral, atrip* ar plain 0 % 

Ha'll. B 141 ... £ 

4,0.1.49 fjxV 8 

-TLA TOWELS Tout mam si terry linen M 

01 tot ton 9 

tIBBT KITt MEN SETS Heavy, abiorbent terry apron, 
lea lowela. pat holder' and oyen mint Park.a* 
bit JIVING BLANKETS 34 . 40 blanieti in A 

auractive uocrity prints £ 

l>l*N ( LOT Ms Colton leny a'ripe> a 

13 >12 O 


PB.NBANT ANB EARRING BETA —Blliar ar paid 

set with atatoet Bet 

PIER* BD EARRINGB- Aaaerled alylrs 

Pair 


CAMP LANTERN 
4 AS BLOB-Colourful car ruta 
tonhaMary clean Each 
BtMJtl.B BKATES—Kiddie*' m 

Bdinitabla lor dilferent fool a 


PlINTin BLOI BIS Canadian made 
print,. Btxci 14 ta II Earh 
TAILORED sbirts Canadian-made 
ranpa, cation blouari Biu< in ta II 


LAMPS AND SHADES 


RtoCatrdT J.welleiy. Mata Iku 


HARDWARE AMD TOOLS 

HIDE A WAT DRYER ll.ody fald-up 4 JQ 
lack far dryltof clothe. * •“ w 

HAMMEB. la-POOT TAPI OB tOWBIsAIION 
M NEW DRllEB— 4 JQ 

Vour choiua. each a 

IOMPA4T TOOL BIT OK LIGHT -ON 4 dQ 
at RAW Dill ER — Tour choice Facto I.TO 
N Alt. BAR OK WHEEL 4-|ai nail f JQ 

wheel or It-Jar nail bar Etch I *“9 

WOODWORKER* AISE 1.49 


BALI » BIN A aBAIIRB- Cowninely waahabM, 
Cratoellatrd ahtodra 

TA LAMPS Non-breakable, cnrapletrly washable 
polyaihylano lamps Each 

Woodward' 


*• AELVIThEN An array af rich 4 aa 

ulouis lor Tnatlvt weoi Yard 1 a *l*J 

Bd - 4 HINESI HOC ADEA— 4 40 

Oriental actors Yard 1.49 

di TWILIGMT BOtf LE Texiured 4 4Q 

ravso Aaaartad valaurt Yard 1 ,99 

»«' H 004 R A VON TARTAN V-.oMed a an 

clan ixrtaa.l Tard | ,99 

da" aHEKWUOB Bt'ITIMe— a aa 

C'elanes* auitllit Yard I .99 

*y BATON BRfW ADR* - PaJlfla and ddrk lor 
Lhramaapua jacquard o am 

Y.,d 1.4a 

Pd" NANFORIXED RROA4M LOTS -Colion bio.il 
Goth ia p • Ida calout 13 a 

tarai* af yardi I 

Bd" PRINTER FLANNELETTE— to a 

BaM nap 9 yards 1 

Ed" STAR!IRE RATON PRINT* — Rich 
bundles' Hand- «| a 

• a■ habit I 4 yard! I 

Al BB4B PRINT*— a 

Attractive dvalam Yard I 

*■*• PRINTER I ORDI R4IV— a 


Kllllll'IIMi FAINT* Inlerloi tala h at aeoil 

aloe Oil paint, .rail dl#-i mi llol mtrx paint, 
isuch an>t Hour paint, temeni lloac laui paid 
varnish, swath, primer*. tiaWi 4 JQ 

and ander-roai Quart 1*^0 

FVINT BOt I.EB all* Included 1'*' mahali 
■ oiler 4’ extenvloto handle racial 4 JQ 

na' and J ' Junior roUar I *^3 

FVINT RBI -Mm 1 ' ta 4 brushes J ^ 


CAMERA SUPPLIES 


B- MM UNIVERSAL *IIDE TBATB- AU-ptaill*. 
44-alidc capacity 

IN 4 AVOID CAMERA AND ON* HIM— 

Takes It exposures an 114 film 


wire aiauaded cord 


GROCERIES 


Facto 


Wood a aid a Quality Avoi ltd 
Chocoiatci 1 l4-oi boxr- or 
I 3*-or hot d SQ 

Tour choice I 9 

reams. J a 111 a a. Cxra«m 1 - 
( horolalei d a a 

I T . lb baa 1.99 

Imuurted Irish RraXlla. binx 


Putur* with »-IL cord * a™9 

(LAMP-ON BAW BORAE BBA4KIT— d JQ 

PlaleM ••.! holes — I aV 9 

4 OB 14“ LEGE-Natural a nod 4 JQ 

braaa fast. plaatlc-Upped _! -- ... 1.^9 

WE AT BIBB TRIP 4-ptfraO Pood and 4 JQ 

foam, nr 1 -placa aluminum I.HO 

PLANTER BETB - BhalWrpraot plnatta ehannel 
a Kb planter, plantar mix and 4 4 Q 

Invect holt.b ■ a^«M 

PI.an 1 ei* Tao atylea (iieciau dm 4 JQ 
ur plain pla-ii* allto biau aian-t 1.^9 

w.-a.arO. II..a.are Main 1 1 —• 


calour 


AUTO ACCESSORIES 


Mil ar Maieb— 

UcCaim Froaan peas la but- 
Ur It-aa 

Miaed Vepatablea la 41 earn. 
It-aa 

Hruirel Rpraula. It or. 


■ Ail BBIBB Non Bcralcfa h(U<lol « |Q 
A 1 me hoi ta aardrii hoai ll" loDb 1.49 

TPOI PIP II4.HT lIB-aall, « JQ 

Ni ouwiuted Pica, switch in handla 1.^9 

(UMIHFR I ABEF a aluminum table. 4 JQ 
t.u«J ■ ne b.Uer clip I .^9 

FleH.K MAIN VdUa.uy a. a la, 9 4 dn 

P'o .U tuluurs £ fai I a^9 

V4ikkiih body rauuiit minor fuc uatot 4 4Q 
ui le't nluuut I i99 

Al lit N4NBIIE lnui-abaorhiiiB 4 JQ 

Uuli'lirr cl-ana aa It awlul.e* I >99 

Util BI.E 4 t MliON Wr lar-absprd f JQ 

14 >14 '. Aaaorlrd coiouri I .49 

KIT (ABE Four-hook aloatlo key coir, buill-m 
key-haia Uatot and pealifhi 4 JQ 

baltory I .49 

RETRACTOR!— Par seal belt* j 

RI.1PF.4RD Bl DDT Treat scraper 4 JQ 

• ud rnow brash 1.49 

MAGNA MVP JUNIOR llluminal** and ma*ni,l'i 

oari T. an 4 JQ 

P'nniHl baeea ea e a I •“ 9 

huliirl ■ Asia Aeeeswsrl.i Main I tone 


■anforlaed broadclnlh, alaetlnael 


■ MINI.HI t 111 MIN MATS 

l-.*. • i- '"a a • -urled cwUMir. 


LniMetieii linn h UiM.,1.- 

tirav Liu mi l.i.ii.rl Wa.riu 3 

• Perk I-srana Vila Wheat 
I ua. klcVilie A Price nigra 
'nr : na Rich Tea 1 u. 
dinner Kul 1 a. Arrow root I 
or Huntley to Palmer Bhaii 

• eke 1 aa Hunll*y to Palmer 

“ ’ “ 8 a, 1.49 


WIMIII*IIMA T NlIIRTB 

Whit* coitun IML 


APPLIANCE ACCESSORIES, 
RECORDS 


Ft 4*l!l RR 4 III! II til VI M ATi t.rern - - 

blu. HrvcMlble Anoruk d A A 

--•» Eae h 1.49 

I41AM-BA4 K IOTTON MATS Plush ir.lr. t. 
soiled coloura Approx. Jaut 4 A to 

F.mU 1.49 

BT AIR TREAD* Black rubber, moulded and car- 
lutatea Anarot ixlt j 1 49 

Rl RREB WF.L4 OMB DOOR MATE— d dQ 

Riark. rad ar arren Aoprax 14x34 Etch 1.49 

RaM.art’i flaae (aeeriapa. Beaaad Floor 


MEN * MFOBT BMIBTB—Land 

patterns. B ML. Each 

MIN'* HOIK BOCKR-Waal, 
and las Bias II 

•oly. _J — 


Xai.a Cake, ta Iba la 

* t Cherry Caka 
■ auluna Caka 4 

Both for la 

Cnronaiiaa Cherry d 

Cake each I , 

Barry, Na UGlveries 


WOODBONIA WOOL BOCB* -Naal-flttlBB O 4 JQ 

waal blond aakla socks. Jun IB-13 ta naira 1.^9 

WOODRONfA BTRETUH SOI dt-iwv Bylop sack. In •*- 
ear tad aolaurs and pativyna. nna sirs o 4 JQ 

fl»o from IB-fl fc pair* » .*B9 

MIN'* TIT* Oi*"d analHy g | 40 

M»N* WORK KHIRI*- rinn«l plal-la mr 4 IQ 

plain t.ilU B M r, F,*'»l 1.49 

W04I0.4VNIA HANOI.IRt It,EE* QubIDt I to 4 JQ 

• hi'* loiton I £ fo 1.49 


1 Ratal City Peach Halles ar 
Sliced It aa 

3 tins Woodosrd a Rarilelt 
Fear* 1$ or 

3 tins Wondoard 1 rnaa B'r.e 
Corn. II ". 

i ttreen Giant Fan 

P... M 4 JQ 


RltORO 4 ARRVINO CANE OH R At to 

Hilda V4 record' Tarh 

HIT PARAOF. RF4 ORO*— J 

lop F'lfti ty-iprni £ f 


DRUGS, COSMETICS 


HOUSEWARES 


MEATS 


4)1 ID4I4IR I K.HT *11 

Re,en iiahl aU-aeuller »et 

'■IIU.I F l-M.Ht kif 34-Ur t 

• Dirklet for indoer ua* 

TV TARIPK- Enamel IlnDto. a«au ird 
paiiemi Each 
ME V*l RING TI P AE.T- 
Aruminua mcaaurlnb cups B't 
I IGIIT 4.I.OBE* -Canadian* 4 A 

• - 1 * ta aa. iaa Arena I U fc 

1RIII4.HT GLOBE* Canadian- to 
Riade. IP*. IM. Mo aatu £ fs 

IOVEREB ENAMEL ROASTER— 

Will reuk up tr~< lb rout 
*T AINLEAA hTEII Kilt HI N T4HILR— 
Your iho.-a al afar J , 

llEAMNf. AIO* Com broom 
•• “T-aiop -ponxa mop Eath ' 
fi antic pail* lO-auan n 

>.-oS*e,i 1 uii- - £ \ 

KITHtIN AION Tea kettle, peiculator, 
.hie bailer 2 *Rua.'t saucepan tacb 
Ft A*t!l WARE-W.H* basket 
1 dry backc utility luba. Lac to 
E4.G Rl 4TKRA Offi't (ilp. r.Goei 
t'eri Farh 

(HSK1AII FA(K— Include* (silandt 

• nx’el hs ., iriilaa etr 


IVtHiW ARH * IMTIAI. HANDKLRt HIE,.« to d IQ 

Imparled Irish Lawn O fa' I .49 

1HI.BA.tl. hHIRT* AND DRAWER* 4 JQ 

without WElfht ■ M L. Each 1.49 

MEN'* KTRETUW GLOVE* Wool kjiit. one lira fit* all 
Tan. brown, black. to 4 JQ 

■rej .. £ for 1.49 


It ItN tt I Ell TIE* 

3 ■ .14, 20>J4, lb LX) 
JflS 14X30 14c 14 


■ AIMI* 4.MT h|T»— 

R» Yardley or Shulton 

M,N * *HAVIM. NET* By Yardley 

ar Bhulion Choice of thi-e i»u 

ROIDOIR MKT— 

Cosmetic taae and allppe-c 

lORIttUIN COLD TABIXTA— 


MRN.AIT FII1IR Ml III I 

blanket styles. Pkk of 1 


Raise 34 rn-xed Norcfcci ar 
11 Kin* Allred Ualfodii. 


1 !■• Piaev Bxnk baron. 

pc( Chlckrn lo*! I -01 

iea| Inf, (-CM pkf « 

Boloana i 


IHRInTMAE HONG BOUKA-Eacto 


MEN * BOt X AND TIE BETS-Matched locks 

and tla. 01(1 boxed. Bet 

MEN A rt FT LINK*—Oood lelecllan, 

boxed Bet —1 - 

MEN'* BOXED HO*F Nylon Q 

■tretcbl* socks, one sixs Hu it* 13 ta pslr get 


I LA* A It A IN IKAGRANtEB-By lAOtherlc 
,l«s Colot net, 4 

aUracUvcJy packssrd I . 

FtlMHIW ARDH BAIR *PR A T - Hey ulat or 


fd-oa Dkt Woodward s •*- 
P'eJBa fTiease Slices 
14-03 ]sr Woodwards Bu- 
prrmt fhPfM florpad 
* tu K rift Ctlikmt 

Barrel Old Cheddar d jq 

*11 for I .49 


WATCH BRACELETS, RIMGS 


•up^r 


1 lb« T»r It life loin ehnp«. 

iisrr 1.49 


IXP.ANnION W ATI B BB AfEI.ETP 

wumeoa. ho-,.- In yefloa or whlta 
mi ul. Each 

RtlVV AND GIP1N- RING*— 

faierlin* a'lyer ct*net rins- Ear to 


DI-IBT EIOWFB" I.OTMiN— 

Ear band and body 1 Pla..11c container 

Vtaad.urd'a Drcsa ( itarlln. M 


MEN'S AMD BOYS’ SHOES 


MIN 4 Ft AID NllPPIB* Tab Iron, 
foam err- : '« * 40 11 Pair 
MINA FR4VEI. NLIPPE.BB- Tan. brnwn. bar 
4'osfiple'r In travel pouch. BML Pair 
M4V(~4 AblN ai.IPPT.RR Popular Indian Heart 
rteclxn. heix, Rnc • 1 » Mdii * 13 Pair 


Tuesday — 15-Minute Dus Service from Downtown right into the 
' Mayfair Mall 

I.prapo IKhicIa* inri > rIpn—U rol B 110 ; MS H.m. and papfv 15 minnfp* * ••» |i.i*i. I 

hirIcpa *4hpdul(Nl alun* Dniijln Sf.—taklnr you rljhf into Ihp Mayfair >1*11. 


4.1EI l oa*PA, Th - En*!Uh-made 

1 r-ace po.rler romDI'i* Facto 


1 IF TAt K AND t tlF, LINK «E T 

Gift boxed Bat 


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Better Deal for Disabled 

WA (CP) — TV Civil federal employee* a belter pen-ieratlan asked that the pension 1 
Federation of Canada lion deal. I be related to the extent of UJe- 

1 to tha federal govern- la a brief to Fteam-e Minister ability rather than years of ser- 
londay to give disabled Gordon, the 7'J.OOO-marnbrr frd-| vke 


Financial worry slows recovery 
during sickness. Eliminate the worry 
with PERSONAL HEALTH INSURANCE to 
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thus preserving them from 
pm>rly-timed development 
And ha auggeiis the 19M capi¬ 
tal region plan be revised or a 
new one drawn up "to take Into 
account necessary changes 
since then.” 


Wider pubkc su|>port and con¬ 
tinued effort from the munici¬ 
palities Is needed for more ef¬ 
fective community planning, 
says Saanich «uuncil candidate 
Patrick Thomas. 

release Mr. 


In a press 
Thomas said It is Mme to send I 
out a planning SOS "Stamp 
Out Sprawl,” or "Save On 
Saanich." 

He suggested Img-trrm plan¬ 
ning ftc the capital region 
reqtore* more lnte - mutdet- 
jmiI ctxjfir ration and endorsed 
planning proposals that urban 
area* be fully developed before 
Thia would 


moving outward. 

[irevent urban sprawl and pre¬ 
serve valuable rural or recrea¬ 
tional areas. 

MI NKTPAI. H ND 

Mr. Thomas believe* a mu- 
niciiwl fund should lie estab¬ 
lished to purchase or lease lands 


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Quarrel 
Stalls 
Ferry 

ferry 


Next Phase, No. 4 
25% Cost Increase 


A government 
hustled back to the Swartz ba> I 
terminal Sunday while two pa*-' 
sengers stood toe-to-toe in a 
heated argument. 

The mainland Imund Queen of 
Virtoria wa* delayed for about 
JO minutes while police warned 
'he two men they would be ar¬ 
rested it they continued their 
quarrel. 

One passenger perused thej 
other of cutting him off on the ; 
highway to th* terminal, RCMPj 
said. 

Tha ferry's captain turned the 
vessel around when told the men 
were threatening each other on 
1 he passenger deck. 


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OMLiiA 

•iAPfXttTC 

l-.i -J 


Assise Court Trial 


Red Starling 
*Shot Dotcn 

VLAN A DO CA8TIXO, P or- 
>1 (UPD —A k«<«l Mrfai 


WTTU» 


Makeup 

your mind slowly. 


Bwiuw ihr has 
kindi of trouble' 
when Ms. Maria Cbllm. 4481 
Proaprcl Lake Road, taw an 
injured man crawling up her 


'alljbark in ll>e lnu-r and railed 
in the past. IP°b«-'** 

“A while burr l kaAed and 
saw him eniwhng up ray back 
step* where he lollapard com¬ 
plete iy. I was very scared 1 
back aiepn she ran out Ihe front couldn't stand k am- loneer. I 
door, an Assize Court Jury teas grabbed my handle ami ran 

told Monday. , •* «*• frunl • (lrr 1 

_ „ ... . . police again. 1 met the police 

Mrs. Colira was testifying at JTgJJ jJJJ .. 

the trial of Rodney Leeaon and 
Gary McWMrter 


I .ater. under cross - examina¬ 
tion by defence counsel Cecil 
Branson she said she ran be¬ 
cause “1 have been troubled 
with many things in the put 
live years—dope peodlers have 
tried to use my phone.’* 

*'I live in the middle of the 
woods and I have to be careful 
who I let on my property,** she 
said. 

In other evidence at Monday's 
hearing a doctor who examined 
Zegsrlc at the hospital testified 
!*e had suffered "no serious In¬ 
juries In the way they were life- 
threatening. but there was seri¬ 
ous damage to soft tissue." 

many a n 

Zegaric suffered numerous 
j head cuts and bruises and was 
I in a state of 


cum you don't! 


Street Brawl 


Sailor Faces 
Charge 
Of Assault 


acid indigestion 

■uaa sway Cat with 

NEW IMPROVED TUMS 

Frisk Bint taste 1 Improved 
huffariag action! Easy to take 
aaywkwe. la tha an. familiar 
heady rolls, economical 8 roll 
hex ssd 100 tablet family bottle, 
Nwm, wore lias nor, 

. si's TUMS for ike TUMMY! . 


A full minute may be longer than you 
ordinarily taka over one aip of whisky. 

Take that long with Time. The whisky In 
the hourglass bottle gives you a lot to think 
about. 

Tha taata is light, wsrm, smooth. 

You'll find you have never known a rya 
like this. 

Think about the taste hf this gsntla 
whisky- Think about tha taste of tha whisky 
you usually buy. Think about how they com¬ 
pare. 

It takes a long time to change a man's 
mind about whiskies. 

All ws ask Is ona minute. 


slight shock” 
when admitted to hospital. 

The doctor said there were 
too many injuries for Zegaric 
to have received them in a fall. 
"He would have had to fall 
several times to receive those 
injuries and then they would 
not be restricted to the head.” 
PICTCRRA SHOWN 

Zegaric was discharged from 
hospital four days after the In¬ 
cident. 

Photographs shoal ng the area 
where the incident Is alleged to 
have occurred were entered in 

evidence. 

The trial Is to resume at 10:301 
am. today before Mr. Justice! 
D. R. Verrhere 

J. Alan Baker. (JC, and 
George MacMinn are acting for 
the crown. Defense counsel are 
Cecil Branson and Robe rt A. 
Price. 


sailoc during a street brawl 
early Saturday morning. 

Joseph Desrochers. of HMCS 
Ste. Therese was remanded to 
Nov. 23 without plea on a charge 
of assault occasioning bodily 

harm. 

HF.AD INJI RY 

In Naden Hospital suffering a 
severe head rut is Leading Sea¬ 
man Philip Granger Thomas. 29, 
of HMCS Ottawa. 

He was injured In a 4 a m. 
brawl in the 800 bloc k Wollaston.! 
which witnesses say involved 
four men. Police, who withheld 
j the story over the weekend. 

\ questioned two other saiktrs 


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Today'll Dollar 


Toronto Industrials 


Vancouver 

Trading 


New an.1 Coca Cola, also served to 
and highlight the f u n d a m rntally 
10. healthy character of the mar¬ 
ket. Sears, after some early 
climbed another lk.. 


QuataJi*mi ar# in mil* 3 inl<-** 
mar-bad I. * -Odd iut. xu - Kx-divi- 
Aend, *r — K\-M*hU, aw Ex- war¬ 
rant, Ttw art rbarwr ta frxan lit* 
prevaaja buard-U* .luaiag aaie. 


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Aljrana 
Aluirunl 


Clotting Averages 

DOW JONKS: 

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•• Rail* 2 I.VM effe.M 

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U Xlorki llt.M up ill 

MO.NTRKAl.i 

Indu-lrial* IMJ up a.I 

i untir* isa.s oil «.i 

Rank* IM.a 1.1 

l‘»per . 10.1 ollt.l 

Com|Miaite IN.* up 1.1 

luilualrtala M.M; Mllfl 

II3.48D. 


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Inland Cas Rises 

Nova Scotia was VANCOUVER lnd 


Merit mi 
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Pr>»i>rr 

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wavering, 

Coca Cola sank 4 k as trader* 
“told on the news." 

The aluminums advanced 
pretty aolidly on surprise new* 
of price increases for alumi¬ 
num. Alcoa was one of the vol¬ 
ume leaders, rising IS to 61’*. 
Reynolds Metals rose l\. 


Bank of 

ahead 1\ to 7!H» after trading made a number of gains with In- 
at a high of T9V while Toronto- |m*i Gas at 10; Massey at 31S. 
Dominion added IS to a high of Okanagan Helicopters at 2.65, 
T1V Sun ,- A'‘ at 22'-». Trans Prairie 

Distillers Seagram and Alum- at 10% and Aluminium at 33’*.; 
inium each advanced % to 67% Mines were mainly stronger 1 
and XI while Canada Cement with New Imperial at 2.65. Peso, 
gained % to 50% after hitting a »t 2.C6. and Granduc 6.45. En- 
high of 50',. 

In senior base metals, Inco 
gained % to 9.7%. 

Gold trade was actlva with 
Hollinger ahead 1% to US 
after touching a top of 34. 

Oils trading was weak with 
Dome and Home A each up % 
to 19', and JO. 

Tempo Quickens 

MONTREAL 'CP I The 

temim quickened and prices 
roae after noon. 

! B.C. Telejihime and CPR Iwth 
declined % to 64% and 53%. 

Kraser eased % to ?2%, Con¬ 
solidated picked up % to 44 
Jn other sections senior hase 
metals, senior oils, primary 
metals and trade and finance 
| issues lost ground. 

Hudson Bay Mining lost 14, 
lo 71 and Texaco three jioints 
to 59. Hollinger gained IS to 

pv 

In »i>eculative trade Jubilee 


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Appointment 


TORONTO: 

71 Industrial* IN.Ii up 4 *1 
■ 4.old m.43 up 1.41 

I* Raae Melnl* 7t.9R nlft.44 
I New tern Oil* 17.M att ■.« 
IM Compnwlte I.HI.S1 up S.31 
Share*: 1.MS.4HW. 

V. 4 MWI VKK: 

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330 450 *70 43U -» Sheep Creek IBM 

a BBS as as SlIMt Premier »« 

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Tiili BBS 3S US + S AiKer BuPe lam 1* 

liM t»5 1*5 3B5 Silver Rida* *'•»» It 

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Toronto Oils 


N4».k 1 lV Hick Ie, I V*e I k 

Acme (;.* is 15 15 

Alnunrx U4U 475 4 ji 470 -1 

Am Ledur T533 14 11 13 

AO* t) Ik* 1«JU 31 » 11 

Jlailey Spr pm BIS 7« : i i . - 

Bail SSpr Jit M 7* * 

Banff 3w 137 US 13N 

Bata 4ixi In 7 T 

Cal Ed HI) BMS BIS' 71- . 

Calvert "Vn 75 1 t 4 

Camrnna 1 -.. J 40 340 3*1 

OOI Uil i;.t. 315 31 j 315 

OS Pete yr.i 310 . 

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Box Score 


( . V. WILLIAMS 

»ho*e appointment to ihe newly- 
created position of General Man¬ 
ager Marketing i* announmd by 
Shetl Canada Limited. Mr. 
William-, a nmijve of Ottawa, wilh 
a dixtingui-hed war record lDK(. 


Ailrsnre, 
Ikrlife, 
l'n.han*ed 
New n>Khk 
New l-wwi 


Japan l« Make 
IVaee Turbines 

VANCOUVER 


(tT> -Japan a 
Mitsubishi Intemaiiooal Corp. 

I has l>een awarded a contract lo 
1 supply five giant turbines for 
ihe Portage Mountain dam pro* 
icet on the Peace River. 

Mitsubishi'.* bid of Al.G8l.T06 
' was auliatantially lower than 
icight others tender-si hy firms 
from Japan. Sweden and Can¬ 
ada. 

| The company will build the 
i turbines and install three of 
them. 


Advnrxea 
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New Hi «'• 
New low. 


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Pacific IV, 
Head. 

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ROYAL TRUST 
Guaranteed 
Investment 
Receipts 


Dividends 


I Unemployment 
On Decline 

OTTAWA (CPi 


Active Slocks 


Persons ] 
claiming unemployment insur i 
ance benefit* at Sept. 30 de 
dined to 173.600 from 182.000 
at Aug. 31 and 186.300 on the 
same dale last year, ihe bureau 
of statistics reported. 


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New York Markets 


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Sperry 
Aland Cali' 
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Critic Lashes Pension Plan 


SmtotyHortQn 


Massive Cost, Lack of Equity Condemned bv Insurance Executive 


ingot has been antunittoed by 
Alcoa, the world's largest, 
aluminum producer. and other 
manufacturers Including! 
Aluminium Ltd have indi-j 
rated they may follow suit. 

In addition to rawing the 
ingot price by half a cent to 
244 cents a pound, Alcoa also 
propose to add one cent a 
pound to the price of most of 
its fabricated products, tuch 
as wires, rods bars and foils. 


ing ottered at 99.20 to yield 4. *3 
per cent 

The Hank of Canada is com¬ 
muted to buy M25.000.WKl of the 
open-end issue. Another $200. - 
000 .000 has been sold to primary 
distributors and the remaining 
S150.000.000 will be for cash dis¬ 
tribution. 

The public reception was good, 
according to local dealers who 
said their allocations were be¬ 
low requirements. 


wete top bidders at 9613 foi 
M 22.000 5 per cent local im 
provement debentures for the 
MunlcS{>aiity of Oak Bay. 

One- to ten-year maturities 
liave been sold privately, but 
11- to 15-year serial* ate being 
between 96 71 and 


any recognized standard of patty Kitsion plans, he said It. 
equity. a man earning $5,000 a year 

Thu cnUcisin n4 Mi" Judy retired on a tx-nsiun of V..500 at | 
LaMarshs new propusaL w.«» age 65 'as he <kx-s under softie, 
made in Victoria Friday by of t!*e civil service plans). he 
Datid E. Kilgour, presidcnl of would get S2IW a month from the 
Great West Life Insurance Coni- Canada |*nston plan and old 
pany, speaking at the annual age security, making his pension 
public relations dinner of the virtually $ 6,000 a year. 

Victoria Life Underwriters EXTREMELY LNI*OPl LAR 

Association. On the other hand, those who 

Mr. Kilgour said the closest worked a(ter & lo SUI) pi emPM 
study should be given to all t y w » lr incorne , mouM have their 
aspects of the plan before it Canada pensions reduced in a 
became law series of complex' |»rovisions 

FAR FROM IDEAL that would be extremely un- 

One of the principal critics oi popular 
the original (icnsion plan sjmn- To produce any equity tie- 
sored by Mis* IjiMarsh. Mr Kil- tween oliler employees, who get 
pour considers the minister s '*0‘ l®ri:e windfall* under the 
i second plan to have removed plan, and younger employees is 
some of the objections. But he going lo tie incredibly difficult 
i believes It is still far front be- if n»t impossible,” said Mr. Fil¬ 
ing the ideal one for Canada gour 
The aim of the national pen- "I do not like tb think of a 
| sain plan was to make sure Canada in which, by accident; 
that every Canadian would have of birth, we have one large 
a reasonable income when he Stroup retiring in what is realty 
or she could no longer work an over-pensioned state, side by I 
"The Canada pension plan *ide with other Canadians who 
does not begin to achieve ithis are less well off than they were 
aim) in spite of its massive betore this plan was intro- 
cost” said Mr. Kilgour |duced.” 

PENSION Exc EF.IJS PAV saaa.asa.aas taxes 
"People who are approaching Mr Kilgour said the plan 
65 today will have only $51 a, would require $600,000,000 a 
! month, while some others in a year of new payroll taxes to be 
! slightly younger age bracket paid by employer and employee 
i will live tteskic them in a/flti- This was equal to an increase 
cnee thanks to the provision* of of 33 1 3 per cent in all income 
the plan taxes or an increase to 16 per 

The Winnipeg life insurance > tent in the federal sales tax. 
executive added that under the He said be hoped all parties 
plan many jieople could have would approach the bill as a 
, more income once they retired tnal blueprint lo be carefully 
: than they ever earned. examined on a non-partisan 

These included people already basis. He personally felt that a 
1 covered hy government or com- completely different and less 


Canada s new pension plan is 
a complex measure which will 
Impose ■ new and strange sys¬ 
tem of taxes and benefits on 
Canadian business and the Ca¬ 
nadian people, and its impact 
will be far from equitable by 


offered 

93.92 and 16- lo 20-year serial* 
between 95.24 and 94.56. 


All the mines and all the 
metals in the paper with 
the largest mining 
rlmslatkia In the world. 


TENDER*CALLED 

City of Victoria Ls calling 
for tender* for $39,000 54 per 
cent aerials (1963-1979). The 
funds ate needed for local im 
provements. 


BOOST FOR NOR AN DA 
Noranda Mines In the first 
nine months of 1964 made a 
net profit of $19,121,000 <SI 92) 
compared with $14,983,000 
iSI.62) in the same period of 
1963, 


(Dbtlloctbem flhiwr 


SERVICE 

lain at Conk, EV 4 1144 


AIAOA RAISES PRICE 
Another Increase Vn the 
price of unalloyed aluminum 


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Oil-O-Matic heal. Electric cabinet kitchen. 
Quiet location yet close to everything. 


Ideal retirement home. Quiet and secluded, 
laside 6-mile circle. 2 bedrooms. Electric kit¬ 
chen. Living room with open fireplace, picture 
window and hardwood floor. Large parklike lot. 
Separate garage. Electric heat. Complete with 
Venetian blinds, awnings and TV aerial. Ex¬ 
ceptionally good buy. Terms can be arranged. 


Many flowing Canadian businews requiring more land, 
buildings, machinery or equipment finance their expan¬ 
sion programmes through IDB. It may be useful for you 
to discuss the financial needs of your business with us. 


OUU INDUSTRIAL 
DEVELOPMENT BANK 


7SS FORT STREET PHONE S 

After Hours: Arnold Flett. EV3 3W7 
Peter Brown, EV 2 1543 


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young family in comfort, IMP quickly converts to a etation wagon, giving 
14 cubic feet of load space (plus more in the front!) 

From infants to animals. IMP gets it there for less than one cent a milt. 

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Phono 792-1010 


In keeping with its responsibility to encourage the 
provision of professional dental health care on the 
widest possible basis, the Academy of Dentistry of 
British Columbia announces the opening of complete 
denture clinics in Vancouver and Victoria. 

These clinics now make professional denture care 
available to everyone at the lowest possible cost - $49 
for a single denture or $96 for a full upper and lower 
denture service. 

Both clinics offer a complete denture service under 
the personal supervision of dentists of the highest 
professional stature, assisted by fully-trained tech¬ 
nical personnel. 

You are cordially invited to visit these new Vancouver 
and Victoria denture clinics.at any time. 


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X2 Batlll (Colmtinf Vienna, I.C., Tits., No*. 17 , 1 M 4 


Brown, Grant Other Selections 


bonds »t a presentation* dinnrr 
in Tonmto Nov. 26, iwo days 
before the Grey Cup final. 


Coleman, a Western Michigan 
graduate who has developed 
during the past two years into 
the country's moat explosive 
runner. bn>ke a three-year east¬ 
ern hold on the main prize. Last 
Ottawa 
tack Russ 
link the 


following voting by a panel nf 


As In the past, the announce 
meat by the Scheatoy committee 
did not reveal that precise vot¬ 
ing figure* among the 70 halkits 
cast, split equally lietween ea.<f 
and west. 


The selection* were an¬ 
nounced by the Canadian Schen- 
ley football awards committee 


Jackson, 

Canadian player award in an un¬ 
precedented double victory. 


900 Hockey Games 
For Ironman Andy 


Cbleman. who was an all- 
Canadian choice last season and 
a cinch for similar honors this 
year, was the key man in Cal- 
current 


gary's drive 
WFC finals against British Co¬ 
lumbia. He gamed a league- 
leading 1,629 yards rushing for 
a 6.2 average and 10 touchdown* 
and added another 24? yards on 
27 pass reception* Bor a total out¬ 
let of 1.876 in 16 regulkr season 
games. 

Although he stands only five- 
foot-ten and weighs only 195, 
Ottoman packs fantastic power 
in his compact frame. Together 
with his speed and good moves, 
this power makes the import 
fullback probably the moat ver¬ 
satile — and dangerous -- ball¬ 
carrier in the Canadian For*ball 
League. _ 


trip which starts Friday in San- 
Francisco. And if someone does 
not do something about it soon, 
the Buckaroos and Totems could 
have the championship race all 
to themselves. 

Game time tonight is 8. 


Andy Hebenton, who be man has escaped In hi* 15 pro- 1 
came in 333 Western Hockey fesslonal season*. 

League games with Victoria Still a* valuable aa ever for 
Cougars one of the most popu his defensive contributions, 
lar performers in Victoria'* | Hebenton has been picking up 
hockey history, returns to town points consistently 
tonight to reach another mile- Buckaroos and ii 


Bor the | 
credited] 

atone In an amazing record of with coach Hal Laycoe as a 

big factor in getting his club 

steps on ***y 1® * ** st *‘ art - 
for his Hebenton has seven goals and 
game be s * x ■**•*(* 1° his first 14 game*, 
and it is quite possible lhat he 
nn will he even more effective now 

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n a* «i » right-wing spot he prefers on a 
n ti m it Mne which has Art Jones 

« * » » at centre and Tom McVie at 
* " B * left-wing. 

t si wrLL BAl-ANCKD 
Pcrusmi *t | But that's not the only line 
o *t V**' the Maple Leafs have to worry 

_ about. The well-balanced Port- 

-- land club has C.errv Goyer cen- 

tw pen Victoria Maple Lea ft and tering fur Hill Saunders ami 
Portland Buckarooa. he will 1 Amie Schmautz on another line 
have played In hia 900th con- and appeared to gain in at- 
■ecutive professional hockey lacking power when centre lar- 
game a record without para I ry Leach hroke a collar-bone 
lei. 10 days ago / 

Holder of the National i Tha * hrrAJgbt Pat Stapleton 

Hockey League record of 630 hi * l**« "» mak, ‘ 

consecutive games. Hebentonj 'he play* for Bob Ertcl and Cliff 
started hia streak with the'Sehmautz, and now Stapleton 
! Cougars in the 1951/52 season ,h * Buckamoa with six 
by playing that season'* last 45 goal* and 14 assists, 
games. THIKIl CI.AXH 

He played all 70 games in Tonight's will he the third 
each of the next three seasons meeting between the Ruckaroo* 
for the Cougars and was and Maple !.eaf* amt result* of 
drafted by New York Rangers the first two indicate It could 
after scoring 46 goals and as lie still another of those nail- 

stating 34 times in the 1954 55 biters which have been a 

Memorial Arena feature. Buc 
karoos won both, getting four 
ihird-pm.*l goal* here to win 
4-3 amt then winning In Port¬ 
land. 5-4. In overtime 
More is at rtakr than usual 
at this stag* of the season. Bur- 
karnoe. who were dropped back 
a notch Sunday when Seattle 
Totem* scraped tw- San Fran¬ 
cisco Seals. 5-J. In Seattle, can 
regain the toad tonight 
A* for the Maple Leafs, they 
hndly need two points before 
embarking on a five-game mad 


COLEMAN: top prize 


Seal lie 
Par Hand 
Lea AagWr* 

Vajlmuvn- 
VtCTOHlA 
Sib Kranrlaro 


COACH ROCRKE: It's our» 


victoria 

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president of Spnrt.vvii.ion Ine., 
which kx>t about S2UJ.QQ0 because 
of the Qay-Lislnn postponement, 
is eager to stage the Dec, 14 
theafre - TV doublehcader be¬ 
cause he believes it will pros# 
a big attraction throughout the 
United Slate* and Canada. 

Both Chuvaln of Toronto and 
ex-champ Patterson of New 
York are among the World 


Plan* for a title fight on Dec. 14 may be | 
Patterson- announced today. ' 

heavyweight' Tha* December doubleheader ' 
Joey Giar wou,d ac,ua, *y ** a delayed 
middleweight ’heatre - television replacement 
for the hemia-postpored Cassius 
• Clay-Sonny Liston heavyweight 

championship match. 

Cassius and Sonny had been 
slated for a return extravaganza 
at Boston Garden last night, 
but it had to be jioRtponed six 
months because of Clay's emer-j 
gcncy hernia o|»eration at Bos¬ 
ton city hospital Friday night. 

As 22-year-old Clay continued 
to recuperate excellently at the 
hospital Monday, even walking 
about his room, promoters were 
busy with the doubleheader re¬ 
placement. 

The> were trying to arrange 
for the two-tight attraction •<-> be 
staged in the same ring at Bos¬ 
ton. Philadelphia or Toronto—or, 
if necessary , to have the fights 
originate in different cities for 
combining on the same TV 
closed circuit. 

Fred Brook* of New York 


Never Absent 


NANAIMO — Nanaimo Redmen and the Van¬ 
couver Island Juvenile Football League have refused 
♦o send Ih* Little Grey Cup east for presentation to 
Montreal Point St. Charles Loos who defeated Win¬ 
nipeg Brones, 20-13, in a game in Winnipeg Sunday. 

“That game was not for the national champion¬ 
ships.” claim Nanaimo Redmen coach Eld Bourke 
and league president Les Rathy, in reply to a Win¬ 
nipeg request for the trophy. 

Nanaimo won the trophy the last two years and 
wanted to defend it this year. They haven't won the 
i and title yei ana to do so must knock off Oak Bay 
Farmer Construction in Victoria's Royal Athletic 
Park Friday night. 

A game between the Island champion and Win¬ 
nipeg could not be agreed upon this year as Win¬ 
nipeg claimed suitable dates weren't available. The 
game was to have been played in Winnipeg. 

Last year Winnipeg defeated Montreal before 
*osin 2 to Redmen in the final on Vancouver Island. 


Figh Cof-Mon th 
Plan for City 


Regular * loscd-cireuit televis¬ 
ion of -lug-iime Isixing may dp- 
wane available to Victorian*. 

Al Principe, who also plan* 
some irve Victoria fight action, 
hcqics to.present Ihe shows it 

• he minted ' light of the month ' 
plan for closed-circuit television 
goes through Pnncijie said last 
night lhat Ihorc is a good chance 

• hat he wil he able lo present 

• hr Joey Giaidelln-Ruben Carter 
middleweight championship and 
its supporting bout on Dec. 14. 


I juries which the honest work 


MORE SPORT 
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For Referee Powers 


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TORONTO • CP) Eddie Pow 
ers, former National Hockey 
league referee received a pub¬ 
lic apology and a cash settle¬ 
ment Monday from Montreal 
Canadiens Hockey Club, Cana- 
dien s coach. Toe Blake, and the 
Montreal daily newspaper Mon- 
treal-Malin in 


A statement read In court by I 
Powers’ lawyer. Allan Austin.I 
said the settlement involved a 1 
retraction of the "defamatory’’ 
statement and an apology to 
Powers by Blakp, the Cana¬ 
diens Hockey Club, Matin re¬ 
porter Jean-Paul Sarault. 
an out-of-court sporta editor Jacques Beau 
settlement of a liliel and slander champ and Le Matin. 
fu ,i - Powers said afterwards that 

,,_ ,, . j,, . _._he considered the agreement a 

and emnl^, of t^Tr^rh settlement.” He 

and employee* o the trench- MKj „. uXemcm involved , n 

language Muolreal-MaUn on re- a g rrempnI to say nothing 

marks attributed to Blake about furthpr -hout it . 

the officiating in a Montreal ^ rpsl8npfl K eh 14. 


1963. in the middle of his 
■eventh season as an NHL tef 
eree, after NHL President Clar 
ence Campbell had fined Blakp 
S200. Power* blamed insuffic 
ient support from Campbell for 
hi* resignation. 

Powers said Monday "the 
governors of the NHL have 
agreed to have a meeting with 
me within 30 days.” 

He declined to elaborate. He 
said he has missed being an 
NHL refetee. He now works as 
a safety inspector for the Con 
.struction Safety Association of 
I Ontario. 


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HOUSTON IAP) The World 
Boxing Association has ortk-red 
the top four (ontemiers for Ihe 
heavyweight Uixing champion¬ 
ship. including Canada's George 
Chuvalo. to appear in New York 1 
Friday to complete negotiations 
for nn elimination tournament 
the Houston Post says 
The jwjjrr mentioned Houston 
•tnd Mont ms! »« !«»«!i'!* tour¬ 
nament sites 

In « strongly worded lett<r 
fmm Anihnny Macerom. chair¬ 
man of the WBA chamjiionship 
committee, the contenders were 
advised eilher to show u|i ready 
lo go through with the elimina¬ 
tion series, or lie dm|>|>ed from 
title consideration 
The four contenders, in order 
of iheir ranking, are Kmir 
Terrell of New York. Cleve- 


iston. Floyd University and director of sur- 
York and gery at Boston City Hospital. 
Toronto. said Clay will not he stile to 
i fight again for at least six 
0 hold this T" ,hs - 

lent. Mac- WALKING AKOI Ml 

t by phone Hr said, however, that the 23- 
get the co- year-old Clay is making re¬ 
volved. then markable progress and already 
them " is walking ar*>und his mom st 
r |ns!|mr>c- the hos|Htat 
Clay-Sonny Clay was brought to itie Ik»v- 
in had no’h- ppal in « fmlice am)iulan<c 
rective The when he got a sharp pain in 
Clay of his the groin and began vomiting 
nsiders mo- while watching television in hi* 
i clause and hotel suile 
Liston a* a Dr McDermott, who said to' 
has never seen a prize light in 
his life, recommended Immedi- 
orld heavy, air emergency surgery and Pmik 
mp Cassiu* the case himself without fee. He 
r-filied hos- said Monday 
ic city from "The iialicnl is doing remark- 
was to have ably w«-|| He no longer i* on in- 
w n against > tmvenous feeding He is on a 
y night full liquid diet, ineluding eemai, 
ineareeraliql «ustanls and gelatin*. He i* 
“nt immedi-i able In g< t up out of ta-d ior 
night varying p e rinds and walk 

McDermott., around hi* room and the con i- 


Out of Work 

Nobby Wirkowski gr» tiie ex- 
[>eited -ord vestenlay He is 
no longer roarh of the Toronto 
Argonaui*. Wirkowskt w ho 
got to job nn Aug. 24, 1962, 
said "it was - no surprise. ’ 
Argos won HI games and lost 
29 under Wirkowski and 
missed Eastern Football Con¬ 
ference play-downs last two 
seasons. No sui lessor has 
lieen named tiul rumor ha* it 
that Frank "Pop" Ivy, former 
Edmonton com h, .is high on 
list of protgihles 


Dave’s Sweet Dream 
—Two-Game Sweep 


VANCOUVER (CPi ~ A fwo-j 
game wrapup nf the Western 
Conference final is the most 
exquisite football thought Dave 
Skrien has entertained alt year 
A British Columbia Lions win 
over Calgary here Wednesday 
night would do It. And Skrien 
thinks it might be ihe edge 
! Lions need to w in the Grey 
Dip. 

"It would 


l>e*t-of-three series to a thin!'piny overtime period* — each 
game Sunday. consisting of 10-minute halves 

If either game is tied after until there is a winner 
regulation time the lenm* will NOTHING HKKIOI S 

IJon* eame out ««f the first 
O. ¥ 1 i game with nothing more serious' 

|Q|)D *ban a knee bruise to linehacker 

• and centre Gary Schwertfeger 

g~y »r | Stampeders emerged less hajv | 

I nrnc |p**y- with defensive halfback 

VtVl UO iltVUO Jesse Branch lost due to a dis- 
_ * __ _ located shoulder. Guanl T n n y 

Waima |-|plrx Pajaczkowski will pmlgihly lajie 

tJlIlllC 1 AClp up a painful ankle to play and 

1 Iji Bain will leave ihe injured 

A shortage of jierxonnel has reserve list to play for Branch 
made it imnoxsihlr for ihe Vic- J,m Champion, assistant 
... , , , coach nf the Lions, said Lions 

Iona Corps of the St. John Am- p|j|y , d , h p j r 1)0 , t drf( . nslvr 

hutance Brigade ti> attend city Klimr n f |) lr yp«r Saturday, 
stsirting event* in the future hut holding ,Siani|ieders to only two 
the Victoria Corps has offered Brst downs in the last three 
lo conduct a elin.r to train vol- garters of the game. 


Three Bowlers Win 
B.C. Final Berths 


AH KLAND. N.Z. (CPI — 
Olympic doable gold mrdallisl 
Peter Snell of New Zemtond 
hroke hia world record for the 
mile today with a tremendous 
8:.M.l effort. 

The magnificent New Zea¬ 
land flyer, who says he wants 
to run a S mile In Ihe 
ne»t year and then hang up 
his spike*, dipped 3/lath of a 
aernnd off Ihe world mark nf 
he art In January, ItW.', 
at Wanganui. N.Z. 


Vivian Morgan, Bonita Loo Saturday, wound up as runner 
and Leona Peterson will repre up with a finishing 941 which 
.sent the Victoria zone in the was the highest five game 
provincial women’s inter zone block of the rolloff, 
tenpin final-, .scheduled for Mrs. Peterson, second ilftei 
Vancouver this weekend. ' 15 games, Ju»t managed to he 

They finished in lhat order the third winner with * final 
after the 20-game Victoria block of Htl3, heating out Fieda 
zone roll-off was completed Peacock by 17 pins, 
with the final block of five Mrs. Morgan finished with 
games Sunday night. 3,505 for her 20 game* for a 

Mrs, Morgan protected her neat 175 average, Mrs. I-oo 
lead with a final block of 905 had 3.113 pins and Mrs. Peter 
while Mrs. L<h), who had been son 3.330. 
fourth after the third hl*K-k on Complete **-onrs: 


make a tremen¬ 
dous difference." the head 
coach said Monday. 

lie recalled 196', * tough final 
against Saskatchewan, won hy 
Lions in a crippling third game. 
They lost the Grey Cup to Ham¬ 
ilton 21-10 

"Last year we had bruises, 
a lack of rest and key injuries 

S uing into the Grey Cup.” 

UN HELPFUL 

A win Wednesday after Sat¬ 
urdays 24-10 victory m Calgary 
would give Lions 10 days of rest 
t>efore the Nov. 2X clip game in 
Toronto. The Eastern Confer¬ 
ence winner will hove a week. 
A Stami>eder w in will force the 


WESTERN 

HOCKEY 

LEAGUE 


S0LUNAR TABLES 

WHEN TO FISH OR HUW 


Westvievi 
Wins* 5-4 


TONIGHT \ m 

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Game No. 10 Ro m /Wilcox 

PORTLAND BUCKAROOS 


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Ixan* Fol'ock 
Joan Lu.combr 
Hr1(n Young 

Janet Scan 
Sharon nnnhtnlt 
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Muriel bort-worth 
Janr Danrt 


NANAIMO—In Sunday’s Mid- 
Island Hockey League game, 
tfie Wcstview Roofers turned the 
tables jon thp Duncan Cnmnier, 
cials in tiie third p«'riod. The 
Dimmerc ; als were 1 leading !-2 
at the end nf the second pentxl 
and Ihe Roofers truik over in >Ttr 
ihird to eome back and edge 
Commercial*. 7'.-\ 

In an exhibition game i.ietween 
Nan.iimn Rangers and Nanaimo 
Juveniles, the Juvenile* de- 1 
|fc;.ted Rangers 6*3. 


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Seeing Stars 

GREEN BAY. Wis. 


(API 

Fart Starr. Green Bay Packer 
quarterback knocked out in Sun¬ 
day's National FoolliaII league 
game in San Francisro, 
"seemed lo be all right" when 
he was examined hy the team 
physician Monday, a club 
«|K>kesman said. 


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Aritir Ooodruan 

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V; S.m.at 
Pa’ Mruallr 
1 niern Blairi 
B."T M.n-un 
Tiorni Brrgrran 
r»ei Brnnrr; 
Hairl McLrary 
Kit* 8h«» 
t.lnd* Wood 
Barbara B-gg 
Jra.a Vaabrrr-' 


PITTSBURGH t APi—Detroit 
Red Wings of Ihe National 
Hockey League recalled Te<l 
Hampsun and Claude loifoige 
tmm Pittsburgh Hornets- Mon¬ 
day for two hockey games only, 
the Hornet.* announced. . 


Vnsionecx oV - . I hllrfrm T.V 
Students $1.00 


Tieketa on S«to Arena Box Offiee 0 to X llnllv. 
Hudson's Bay Co. Monday and Tuesday. » to A 
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GET THE 

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REAL CIGARETTE 


Big Scoring Start 
For Bobby Hull 


Hull, who shares the record of | set up Stan MUrita for the 
SO goals in one season with 1 Hawlu' first coal. 

Maurice Richard and Brniir Wha * mak " Hu * r * ,,ar1 « w " 

. ... ... .. more iiromisini ii that the; 

(jeoffncm. both rertml. .. off to husky wmRer is usut „ y „ sloW 

* b*f atart. In a season which starter who plays his most pro-i 
hat so far produced mainly a ductive hockey in the last half 
aerie* of tow-scoring games nl ,hr season. 

Vic tory [Milled the Hawks into 
a tie for fourth place with New 
York Rangers, who took a 6-2 
tnmmint; in New York from De¬ 
troit Red Wtng* although Rod 
Gilbert gave them a 2-0 lead In 
(he second period 
Bruce MacGregor started the 
Wings on the way hack, then 
scored what proved to be the 
winning goal after Doug Barkley 
had tied It up. Lowell MacDon¬ 
ald. Ron Murphy and Ted Lind¬ 
say scared in the lest five min¬ 
utes a* the Wings bombarded 
Jacques Plante steadily. 
tUtl IN* TIE 

With Boston Bruins managing 
a 2-2 lie with Montreal Cana- 
dlena, that put the Wings back 
on top of the tables. 

Jjl lt ta Tremblay, set up each 
Bra by Jean Beliveau, scored 
the Montreal goals f\rtoe» Ken¬ 
nedy scored for the Bruins as a 
penalty-killer anri Ileao Pren¬ 
tice tied ft up on a power (day 


Iona West Sunday moved them 
int i thr fionl of the McGavtn 
Oip soccer tiwi|»‘tttlon, against 
('nnadtnn Scottish hut not hrforr 
a referees' "airtke" almost ran- 
relled the Heywood Avenue Park 
game The final will be held 
Dec 5 

The diaiaiie arose when thr 
referees .cpatently were not 
notified nf thr leinststement of 
Brodies' player. OUn Sehnnaucr 


Hull has fired 11 goals behind 
o)n»i*ing goa (tender* m 13 

same*. 

Hull got his ninth. 10th and 11th; 
goals Sunday—his second hat- 
i nek of the aeason. as Chicago 
Black Hawks balanced their! 
record with a 4-2 decision over! 
i Toronto Maple Leafs He also! 


4*4 


GOODYEAR 


with a stiff linger. Bobhv Hull Is 
taking dead aim at the National 
Hockey League'! 50-goal harrier 


Rejoins Chiefs 

Darrell I .nrlmer, hack wHh 
llaida Cilicia, wilt hr nar of 
principal -curia* threat* whr* 
Ms chib play* Vssrnuirr tiro- 
rets la Inter city Basketball 
League opener at Central Ja- 
aiar High School tomorrow 
sight at •- 


Krkm 
PrV» a SmMJi 
Virions wm 
Tlmd Ir¬ 
fan Scon uii 

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SUITS 


the B C Soccer Com mis. tow. | SUn Wiseman and Annis Fisher 
was dressed and ready to play kicked goals for the Scott while 
for Brodies when the referees Rob Shepherd was the only one 
boycotted the district league cup,t n successfully get through the 
match. | Scots' defences. 

PLAYER REFEREES i 

Voikerj Football Srores 


Alberni 
In Control 


A veteran 
Stoldt, on hand as a spectator, 
took on the job as head official I 
for the game. 

Schonaurr received an " in-! 
definite susjiension" almost twoj 
years ago, after allegedly at¬ 
tacking a referee during a Pac¬ 
ific Coast League game «1 
Royal Athletic Park. 

GIVEN CERTIFICATE 
l The suspension had heen lift- 
1 ed Just recently, and Schanauet 
! was allowed to obtain a player's 


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ling two more games 1 Earlier In the game. Lrnni | TOI 
had quite a tussle Sun- Moore Increased his NFL rwe- mwr r»i 
(ore evening the score |ord to scoring in 13 straight 
r only defeat of the sea games combining with John 

• * * Units* for a 74-yard pass-run mama* % 

swsawss La sot a play. p i, J Tv 

' "VTl T r s rift] BEARS WIN .V*-- 

» j j i s s q 2 “5 vjss 

I a 4 4 I IM tn v* more lead to three and a half urn. 

v * " ** Tames as Chicago's defending “ :lt 

* L T » * r i champam Rears showed some of inibii e> 

» s t i i * » n« last season'* ability in knocking , 

' % - M off l.o Angeles Rams and the! 

is * • a in sc as Browns came through with an k>-uir j i 

laaatst by aUsmring 1 tvyr,.' -^. T , 
- Linns. 37-21. | ,c ' 

Rookie-end Bu. ky Pop* and *** 
s.tiosAi uu.ir rookie hill bark Lea J aaa ph a t . go 

s mam ' — put on a brilliant Jg*- 

w l T r a Pr* show for the Rams Pope Arc-two 
' 1I22S r ««ch* two touchdown passes _t Mr 

si.. % » • ivr iw ve while Jnsephann set up a field : Mu 

„ { I • " 2 £ goal and Ms own flve-yard touch- *•“*„*, 

h i t ■ a a n <Un plum-e with nins of 5* enw-.iv 

^ * ‘ * * * * -«d 34 yard- Uf*'* 

I It *■ a PN BROWN LEADS l*T:ll. Tsl 

? ’ ? ill IH n Jim Bnwn of course 1—rt ihei'* * 

\ i t t« tw M Browns He lushed for 147 i md» 

s |! at n 2 arv1 scored two touchdown*! Phwrip 

i t a t« S* as l/Mi Gross chipped In with 31. ti.w^T.v 

S t I nr » “* 1 ■ ^ 


••With a 
termpian loan 
I put less money 
into financing 
and more into 
the car 99 


third rtimpetition, and Bbh 
Allen and Jerry Longsali | 
crossed the goal line for Gled 
Lake. 


St Louis College will meet 
Gordon Head and the Victoria 
Trojans play Oak Bay next 
Sunday at Bullen Park, for the 
final playoff ponitlous in the 
Norm Field gate Bantam Foot 
ball League. The final will 
taka place Sunday, Nov. 2B. 

iw at. louis Cal 


ftenim-r* 

t « Ancrlrs 
IWIKt 
tires (lay 


38 and 47-yard field goals 




stst -from New York Giants, 
who played to a 16-16 da with the 
St. Louis Cardinals. Eastern Di- 


Sunday 

lege trounce the Esquimau 
Liona, 96-18, to finish In first 
place In the league standings. 

Victoria Trojans and Oak 
Bay played to a 6-8 de. The 
Glen Lake Roughrlders were 
defeated by the Gordon Head 
Charter*. 24-12. 

Scoring touchdowns for IL 
Louis College were Pat Griffin 
and Ted Rise infer, with three 
apiece, and Dan Fog den. Gord 
Kissinger and Vince Orr wllh 
one each. Scoring for Esqui 
malt was Mike Herold. with 
two touchdowns and Kick 
Atkemun had one 
In the Trojan-Oak Bay game 
j Trojan Don Hutchings ran for 
their touchdown, 


First — be/ore vow shop ■ round - arrange with Royal Bank to finance in advance 
with a low-cost termpian loan. It puts buying power, bargaining power in your pocket. 
(With the dollar* you save, get that optional equipment you wanted!) No extras No 
hidden charges. Fast service, often within 24 hours. 

Borrow this businesslike way. Next time you need money for a new car or any big 
purchase, see Royal Bank okrodof time about a low-cost, life-insured termpian loan. 

Typkal law-cost termpian loaa* 

YomrttrlH Yturtpay e**r Monthly ynymrml 

* too 12 wmiIh t 43.93 

32,MO M BMatks S 79.44 

33.400 3* swaths SI 19.73 


ctived for World Cup prelim¬ 
inary game* 

From then on. where I* the 
money coming from* 

Denis Follows, secretary nf j 
the Foot bull Association, said 
"It would cost £500.000 to 
stage the World Cup properly 
"We know we could borrow 
from the hank But 
this is second best. 


DETECTIVK 


■htrlatk Sola*- b«d nolhlnc 
mm Uika 1.11a*. All JOB Bui I. 
So M tins i*. cor you •• Men 
Mnoini lor. k u cl*, o S«- 
■efletlaa to hlw Boloro jm 
■ u toy "foil** to# *im bird, 
la Olioa-ParS" be iw« u» 
atth Lba lor tfeol *111 roollr 
piiui Toko ymtt cltMo ta Otoa 
at 


while Phil 
Ptmlott scored tor Oak Bay. 

Howe. McMynn. Boynton 
and Ron Thom ran major* for 
Gordon Head, in Sunday'* 


Finance in advance at 

ROYAL BAN K 


. clearly. 

_ ___ compared 

and the pee*. So far there'i wiih getting a grant from the 
tieen n» him of a grant from government, 
the Britiah government to help "W> have no hope at all of 
bring things up to date. staging this ryp tn the way 

The Football Aaaociatnn ia to Japan staged the Olympic 
ask the International Soccerj Games, or building new ata- 
Federation for £25.040 tSTO.OOOi, dhima »■ Sweden did for the 
for a start It reckon* the world World Cup of 1966 Even if we 
lody could spare that much had the money, we wouldn't 
from trlevumn fees already re- have the time. 


CYO 

VICTORIA 

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I NORTH VANCOUVER (CPI I 

• —The BC. Coast figure skating 
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• Dec. 5 and 6 at the North Shore 
Winter Club. A 


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Results, Entries \ 


Berra Meets with Mets 


Firemen 

Leading 

Soccer 


Bay Meadows 


NEW' YORK (UPI1—Former the world aeries, says he has Berra signed a contract with! VANCX 
Yankee manager Yogi Berra not • contract, but ad- the Yankees as an off-the-field Matlin • 

say* he will meet New scoutin, dudes managec 

York Met* preaident George ready to offer Berra a two tnd other choffs ' ^ ther * *»' landers, h 
Weiss - today or tomorrow" year contract at $35,000 a year ■ clause in the contract allow manaj?er 
about a possible Job with the with hopes of returning him ing him to leave the Yankee iMounlies, 
club. to the active roeter aa a part organization if he receives alto get bi 

Berra, who was fired after time catcher and pinch-hltter.lbetter offer somewhere else. ICoaat Ba 


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Vancou¬ 
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place in the Pacific Coast Soccer 
League by defeating Columbus 
3*1 before dose to 3.000 fans Sun 

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The victory gave the firemen 
lia 11 points from seven games, onrj 
point more than New Westmin-, 
ini ster Royals. Columbus stayed in' 
]{J third place, one point behind the 
>« New Westminster club. 


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Ernest Wilson 
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Ernest WUson was elected 
president of the Victoria Cycling 
Club at the annual general meet* 
ing recently. 

Ken Pa*kin was returned as 
vice-president. Ann Wild ax 
treasurer and Deidie Hourigan 
as secretary. Bert Buchanan is 
the ciub captain. 


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FIRMING PACT I 

Britain has signed a 20-year 
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shark off the Shellands and 
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We proved the Envoy Epic is one Tough Little Car. 

We tore it over some of the roughest back roads we 
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But Epic came out fighting! That's because we really 
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Arid the strange part is—Epic doesn’t look little. It's 
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Thrive on Busy Schedule 


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Groom-to-Be Chained 
-Pranksters Warned 


Fulton’s Return Urged 

VANCOUVER (CP)—The exec«Uvr of the 
Ualvmltj of British Oolsabii CoMmUn Chib 
TfiTTtij iMwd » maUhi VKhi E. Davie Poitou 
to nton to Mnl rsltlcs. 


A pre-nupliul prank Uial left 
a Victoria man chained to a 
(toughs Street lamp standard 
Sunday morning drew a warn 
ing from police after they re- 
lo.iaed the embarrassed 
prisoner. 

Grant ItcFartane, 23. of 2886 
Murray Drive was found 
chained to a Humber Green 
post with hia hands fastened to 
a yoke laid over hia shoulders. 

The prank was performed by 
frienda of the bridegroom^ 
be. a week before hia wedding 
flay. They were warned by 
police about the prank. 


Climax uf Ihe day was. of 
June, tiw visit to Victoria 


II) A. II. Ml wm inar in the Empress Hotel dur- 

CMMt <»y lull Kep«ur which they di^eus^ their 

civic problems, snd after the 
The Quebec mayors have been notin'! and lunch at noon. 


You get fast taUaf 
from tns discomfort 
•I: 

sore throat 
■molar's iflrosf 
ha aOu chat 
mwteui sr achat 


wined and dined oootiniousl v ] went ^ght back to work. 

BOtlND Or CHEERS 
There was mother round a( 
cheers at the kneheon Monday 
when the new president of the 
French • Canadian Union of 
and reeves, Rnsnire 
of Riviere du-Loup. 
mentioned the hoapiUhty the 
visitors received in Victoria 


since their arrival M Victoria 
but they showed no signs of fa¬ 
tigue Monday when they aton.1 
up and roared out "H a gagnr 
see epaulettes'* tor Mayor R. B 
Wilson. 

The French ctjulvalcnt to "»W niayora 
lie's a Jolly Good Fellow'* wa*, J “ 
a spontaneous tribute to the 
mayor at a three and a half hour 
luncheon given by TUnton dc* 
Municipalities in honor of their 


ELECT 

CITY RESIDENT and 
BUSINESSMAN 

WES DICKIE 

for CITY COUNCIL 

DEC. M 

tBMrtae u Dfckt* Csnltta* 


professional 

RUG 

CLEANING 


Mayor WiUon 


Your ruga will be returned to you with that “New 
Look” brought about by our '‘DEEP-CLEANING** 

Our plant men will help you load your clean carpet 
or rug back Into your car. 


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Fifty-two of the mayors went 


Canada’s Youth 
Holds Answer 


It will be the youth of this graphically. But, above all, I am 
country which will bridge the a Canadian.'* 
flaaure twiween the two eul- This, said Mr. Houle, was the 
hires, Jean Pierre Houle, In- answer he gave an American 
formation director of the Cana- when he asked: “What is a 
dlan Centennial Commission, Canadian?'* 
told Quebec mayon and their The answer to the question 
Victoria guests Monday. could be found right in Victoria 

As a first step In an “ex- In the visit of l'Unton des Mini- 
change of peoples'* 3,000 high clpalitlei. 
school students were sent to * * e 

other provinces for holidays this When he u. what a gran, 
year, Mr Houle said. The re- * , lefr lhnuMnd federal do]- 
■pottse had hem tremendous. lan , ha( , mj(H . 


Select your Scotch 
as carefully as you 
select your stereo 

With stereo, what matters most is high 

fidelity sound. 

With Scotch, it‘s taste that really matters. 

Ani^ because you care about Scotch, you’ll 
probably choose Black & White. 

You’ll choose it for its smooth bleed. Its 
mellow taste. Its friendly flavour. 

The great Whisky is distilled, blended and 
bottled in Scotland by and for people who 
care about Scotch. 

Enjoy it soon. 


“It I* simply imiKMsible to 
understand this nation unless 
you spend some time in Que¬ 
bec,*’ say the English-speaking 

students. 

“It is wtnpiy stupid to try to 
separate us,” say the students 

from Quebec. 

July L 1967 must be a point 
of departure for Canada, said 
Mr. Houle 

It must ha the date on which 
s new confederation was entered 
into. This was one reason the 
aommissinn considered its work 
with youth so imjnrtant. Some¬ 
thing really grand could be 
achieved if we continued to ex¬ 
change and. by so doing, get 
to know each other. 


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Oismuo MA1URIO AND BOHUO IN CANADA Hr CANAOIAN SCHINUV OiSTlltfftitS UO 


Canadian Nazi Party ‘Not Known 

CJTTAWA (CP I — Postmaster- He was replying to a question) group is found to be not at 
General Nicholson said Monday in the Common*. jthe Post Office Act steps wo 

he knows nothing of a Canadian The group u not known” toi be taken to stop mailing pi 
Xaai mm* using the mails. the post office but It such a I Urges. Mr. Nlthohon said. 


Dorset town sent a letter of 
thanks to >lm. Emily Thomas 
after a councillor stayed up to 
see who hart cleaned a local 
bus shelter on her own time for 
nine year*. 


SPOKANE-A man who says 
lie has lived in other people's 
homes, used their baths and 
drank their liquor—all without 
their immediately knowing It— 
is being held without charge in 
gpnkane county Jail. 

Albert D. Mrkisaey, 51. sur¬ 
rendered to authorities In 
Wenatchee, saying: "I’m tired 
of running.” 

McKinney confessed to being 
the phantom burglar who has 
plagued homes in Washington 
fur at least four yeas. 

The mysterious intruder 
usually entered a home while 
occupants were away. He lire-, 
pared meals, took haths, slept 
overnight and then disappeared. 

"Once recently, he spent two 
nights in the basement of an 
elderly couple's home while they 
were in the house.” police said. 
"They didn’t learn of his visit 
Until later." 

The phantom burglar often 
drank beer or liquor and smoked 
cigars In the houses, tut he 
seldom stole any valuables. 


scene, looked at the wreckage 
of his son's automobile and sul-l 
(cred a fatal heart attack. 


began talks with federal media¬ 
tors in an effort to settle the 
five-day-old strike in California. 
Washington and Osegno. 


VIENNA — Frans Novak, e 
confessed aide of Adolf Elrh 
•naan, has gone on trial charged 
with managing the rolling stock 
that transported millions of Jews 
to Nazi death camps. 


CALGARY — A former chief 
Justice of the Supreme Court of 
Alberta, Hon. Ctiahia J. Ford, 
11 , ha* died after a lengthy ill- 
neis. 


TORRANCE, Cnlif. — Actress 
Kate Manx. 22, died in hospital 
of what attendants described as 
an overdose cf sleeping pills j 


JERUSALEM — Foreign min¬ 
ister Holds Metr has entered 
hospital at Petach Tlkvsh, near 
Tel Aviv, for observation after 
becoming ill during a speech at 
Tel Aviv Sunday night. 


CALGARY—Nine new charges 
of uttering forged cheques have 
been laid against Robert Neville 
Talbot, former executive direc¬ 
tor of the Alberta division of the 
Canadian Cancer Society. The 
charges were laid in the theft 
of $100,000 in society funds. 


BOTH P<* 

,2, have 

O COLDS U 

-but ONE wisely takas 

BUCKLEY’S 

CINHAMATCD 

COLD CAPSULES 

What a dIff*p«nos In tbs way 
you Issl and look altar taking l«tr¬ 
ading Bucklay'a Cold Casauka*. 
m family ana. I*<. a»-i 


Montgomery LAMESA. Tex.-F.ddle Drrnp he won in a bingo game had no 

aey, 42, wax only shaken up in *«*al numbers on it and was 
threw his union's support behind tlie two-car accident that killed j* collectors Item worth $ 2 S 0 . 
21,000 striking west coast pulp another man. But 15 minutes * * * 

and paper workers as union and later, Dempsey’s father, A. L. PORTLAND, England — The 
management representatives Dempsey, 67, drove onto the'highways committee of IN* 


LONDON—Field Marshal Via- 
eoaal Moatgaosery, 77, the Sec¬ 
ond Work! War victor of El 
Alameln, has been taken to hos¬ 
pital for ‘‘investigations" and 
attended by t|aeea EHaabelfe'a 
own surgeon. 


BUFFALO, N.Y-Mohammad 
Ben AH, 68, had hoped to retire 
this year after 40 years of aell- 
ing hot chestnuts, peanuts and 
popcorn from his pushcart, ait 
burglars stole his life savings 
of $24,000. Including $10,000 In 
rolna stuffed Into |*anut bags 
and hidden In shopping bags. 
After losing money In the 1921 
stock market crash Ben All 
stored his cash In paper bag*. 
★ * * 

BICESTER, England — Labor 
MP laa Batoert Maxwell, 41, was 
fined $70 tor shaving while driv¬ 
ing Ida Rolls Royer 


WASHINGTON — Presid e nt 
and Mrs. Lyadaa Jahnaoa were 

to obeerve their 30th wedding an¬ 
niversary today at a private din¬ 
ner with daughters Lynda Bird 
and Lucl. 


SYDNEY — A politician who 
wns an A-D-C to (faces Elisa- 
Mk and King Georg* VI. was 
found shot dead in his room in 
the N.S.W. state parliament. 
Geoffrey Mar Ox, 50, was 
found shot through the mouth, 
with a re v u l var osi the floor be¬ 
side the body. 


It mm: SM torf-W Im the KLM ”ty+Dmy m fUm. 


WASHINGTON — Teamsters 
Union president Jamea B. Hnfia 


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Driver Impaired 


Contributes 


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Mrs. Kathleen Tribe. 4511 Pa- 
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next three months 
LEFT RECEPTION 

Counsel Louis LirvTholm fold 
Magistrate Byora Mrs. Tribe, 
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• reception honoring the eastern 
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LOCAL NEWS 

Wm IMs ©ultfttfsl 

(ESTABLISHED 1858) 

CLASSIFIED 



SECOND NEWS SECTION VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1961 PAGE NINETEEN 



Extended Curriculum 


By GABY OAKES 


A private detective’* inquiry into the Saanich 
byelection was unanimously condemned by council 
Monday night. 

The blanket condemnation 

came at council pndorted a re- 
port from Reluming Officer P 
Gordon Hayward, who termed 

the inquiry ordered by defeated 'gUfffllH 

reeveship candidatr Edward £ J| 

Lum as a "flagrant violation" 

of a principle. J|||||||j|^ 

BACK DOOR 

In his wriPen M»rt, Mr. 

H >yw " « ” Hr 

tion "through the hack door." 

l»int a scrutineer for each poll- I 

but this v is m.'t 


The department of education's plan for reorgani¬ 
zation of curriculum into a five-stream system wai 
unveiled to Greater Victoria school trustees Monday. 

The new system goes Into ef-| * 

feet In B.C. In 1965. i trict's share will come hum gen- 

Trasiees Monday Instructed; era! revenue and not refererv 
principals to start at once mak-jdums. 

Ing a survey of vocational needs Five streams Involved are uni- 
of their schools so that planning versifies, commerce, vocational 
for new rooms, additions or schools, apprenticeships and the 


Variety of Courses 

In Grade 8. English, math, so¬ 
cial studies, 


Plans for the fine arts re¬ 
quirements are still to be de¬ 
veloped. 

The potential university or 
technical college student must 
take either biology, chemistry or 
physics, and either French, 
La I in. Spanish or German. There 
are three specialties available; 
arts, sciences or technical pro¬ 
gram, depending on the ultimate 
aim oI the student. 

The commerce student will 
select secretarial program, ac¬ 
counting or business; the voca¬ 
tional student has a choice of 
construction, mechanics or a 
sjiecific trade, and the appren¬ 
ticeship student can choose 
foods, textiles or home and in¬ 
dustrial service. 


French, science, 
physical and heafth education. 

industrial education 
home economics will tie 
Electives are art, 


ing station, 
done. 

Utm T BY 127 

Mr. Lum k>»t the reeveship to 
Hugh Curtis by 127 votes. He Erag|j 
was assumed winner until a ||||||| 
:iUO-vote error in the Cloverdale H^gi 
poll was discovered. « js£»g|j 

Although expressing satisfac- 
tion with a recount, Mr. Lum 
said the detective was employed 
to satisfy many people who felt 
something was wrong. 

SO ONE C ALLED 

Mr. Hayward reiterated in his n 
report that the error was a tiOU 
serious hut honest one. Neither 
"Mr. Lum nor any other rate¬ 
payer has called to discuss their 
concern with the returning offi¬ 
cer as well they might be ex-1 
pec ted to." 

The returning officer said he 
and his staff regret and appre¬ 
ciate the embarrassment caused 
by the situation. 

•INTIMIDATION’ 

*’. . . but I can only deplore 
with even deeper regret any (nhml 

tactics toward unwarranted at- R a 

tacks upon the integrity and ^ (jn] , 
ability of such persons who per- whJch 
form their respective duties un- 
der oath at an election." ner |(>|( j 

Mr. Hayward said such tac-j mayors 
tics «5hstitute "mterfer e n c e Monday 

with and intimidation" of the - 

election staff which “could re¬ 
sult in a serious breakdown of _ 

present high i 


guidance, 
and 

"constants, 
music, extra industrial educa¬ 
tion or home economics. 

In Grades 9 and 10. English, 
social studies, physical and 
health education, guidance, 
maths and science will be con¬ 
stants. 

In addition qualifying options 
will be needed to take the stu¬ 
dent Into the five streams. 

English, social studies, physi¬ 
cal and health education and 
guidance are still constants and 
lake up 30 per cent of the stu¬ 
dents' time in Grades 11 and 12. 


Mayors Cendron, Wilson with Premier Bennett 


Shops at Capacity 

John Gough, presenting the | ample. Saanich might set up an 
plan, said principals must deter -1 agriculture course but not Qak 
mine now how many students I Bay, Sooke and Saanich might 
are going to move, and in what j not have enough students for fine 
direction. | arts courses, but these could be 

Sho|>s are now being used to provided in Victoia. Students 
capacity, but the new program could move into other districts if 
will call for perhaps aa much as the courses they needed were 
three times the amount of use, not in their own. 
he aaid. Information on student re- 

Trastee John Porteou* said the I quirementa must be obtained as 
new system will mean dissolv- soon as possible so that plans 
ing attendants boundaries for>can be prepared and a brief 
! some courses presented for financing appro\ nj 

I He suggested that, for ex- of higher governments. 


resiiect for our 
standards of elections." 

NO RIGHT 

Most of the councillors ex¬ 
pressed satisfaction with the re- 
iwrt and Coun. Joe Casey 
iminted out that the deteclive 
hnd no more right to question 
the polling clerks "than l have 
to find out how someone voted." 

Meanwhile, Gordon Campbell, 
president of the Saanich Inform¬ 
ation Committee, who empha¬ 
sized he was speaking on his 
own, said the hiring of a detec¬ 
tive was "alarming and shock¬ 
ing.” 

He said the action shows “a 
an aspidistra," said Grade, dangerous lack of the qualities 
"But I think the funniest thing our public officials must t*w- 
thal ever hapfiened was a place tess" and urged voters to “caie- 
in tlie States where they didn't fully examine the attitudes of 
have such a plant so they sub- those who seek to occupy our 
stitutrd a huge celery plant. I |*ibllc offices." 

felt so silly carrying that celery_ 

around." 

Grade met Ringo of Beatle MtirpllV NailU'll 
fame while in London doing • ' J 

recording. She thinks he i*jf'or PflY TaiKS 
awfully nice and repeated his * 

greeting on being introduced: Kenneth C. Murphy has been 
"Ee luv, ’ow do ye do it?" named as the Greater Victoria 
Grade and her husband Boris school trustees nominee on the 
A!t*ervocht, who is here with 1 arbitration board to consider 
I her, operate a restaurant on the teachers salary demands. 

[isle of Capri during the sum-1 District teachers already have 
imer named Mrs. Hazel Hudson as 

"Me, I guess." was her quick their represent disc, 
answer when asked the sj>e- Frank Reder, general sene- 
cialty of the house. , ary ()I p*. u c School Trustees 

Grade appears at the Royal Association, will he the third 
Theatre Wednesday evening. \ member 


Once It wan Celery 


Provint id Secretary Wesley 
Black, also shaking in French, 
whj said differences exist be¬ 
tween French and English Cun- 
ada, but "democracy is built 
upon honest differences of opin- 


Biggest Aspidistra 
Awaits Inspection 


Roaaire Gendron, president of 
the Queiiec Union of Municipali¬ 
ties, said he fell "it is high time 
Canadian* got to know each 
other- -not in the spirit of assim¬ 
ilation. but in reflect for our 
mutual differences." 

PREMIER'S GIFT 
At the end of the dinner a 
piece of sculpture and a record 
of Frencti-Canadian song* were 
presented to Premier Bennett, 
who was not on the list of speak¬ 
ers. | 

The premier said a brief word 
of thanks. 

"Many fine things have been 


Veteran jierformer G r a c i e. 
Fields blew into Victoria last 
evening in fine fettle. 

Now siiver-hairod and distin¬ 
guished, she still has quick 
humor and snappy retorts. 

"I'm on strike from Capri,” 
*he laughed. "I've always want¬ 
ed to go to Hong Kong and 
knew I would have to hook a 
concert there because I would 
never find the time otherwise." 

She goes on to the Crown 
Colony from here. 

Grade comes here from a 
Royal Command performance in 
London, "and I have my medals 
to prove it." 

Then came the inevitable. 

"There's a m m here who has 
the blfcgoat aspidistra growing 
in his house and he wants you 
to rome and see it.” 


—Wffifcm A. BourtMT. 

W ork of Mrs. Lyons, left, interests Mrs . Shey ami Mrs . Sheppard 


Art Gallery Considered 


ssing 


His hubbies aie gardening, rais¬ 
ing flowers and travelling.! . . . 
Bill < auipbrll busing doughnuts 
. . . Ruhin Stewart huniing deer 
. . Prtrr Jackson. Ics hole 
a»r. Georg* Fairbanks and Neil 
Sutherland discussing naval en¬ 
gineering . . Steve Horn talk¬ 
ing . . Hoti Jotie* having coffee 
Inger Bilk eating a ham¬ 
burger <<*n Na*t out to 
luncii . .lime Turner prepar¬ 
ing for a play . Ken Klack- 
irrll thinking al»jyt a trip 
Brenda I-nnsbury° working late 
Alev Muir kinking for his 
jacket Bob Beil discussing 
censorship. 


Errd t ee chatting with a cus¬ 
tomer (A grocer, he lives at 
39:12 Douglas with his wife, 
Mabel, and their three children. 


Friday lias iicen set as the 
deadline fur inclusion in the Vic¬ 
toria Cham tier of Commerce 
Christmas calendar of events. 

The chandler's tourist indus¬ 
try group is publishing the cal¬ 
endar to inform Christmas vis¬ 
itors of church, theatre and mu- 
•ic group activities. 

The calendar will be sent to 
toqrist and travel organizations 
in-Canada and the U S. 


Scuba Diver’s Death Accident 
But Prior Training Advised 


The Art Gallery of Greater| 
Victoria and Bastion Square arp 
l>eing considered as jmssible to-( 
cf-tinns for a retail store han¬ 
dling tin* work of Vancouver 
Island craftsmen. 

Until recently weavers, pot¬ 
ters, ceramic craftsmen and 
carvers sold their work at the 
Green Dolphin on Fort Street, 
hut high overhead forced them 
In leave the location. 

Many of the group some BO' 
artists from Victoria Vancouver 
Island and the Gulf Islands 
"oil'l Uk’ !• -• •• tb« ii outlet 


tall, 22. 1774 Lee who has 1*8 
about 


exjiericnce 


da Hun to its verdict: "Anyone » |wrww» annum r* pep. - * . 

wishing to scuIm dive atmuld Dinted to use air masks. I Alec Molnar. head of th 

take proper instruction from a l,ON(i (OlTisE oral fnresj disease sun- 

qualified instructor.' "Firemen Uke six months' B.< . will address the 

Two of those who gave evt- training," said Mr Allan Park Nature Sanctuary A? 

donee at tho inquest city assist- "The navy requires 96 hours tion at X p m. Thursday 
ant fire chief James Allan and'of intensive training for its Douglas Building, cafeten 
Lt.-Cmdr. A. \V. Rouse, senior | divers," said Lt.-Cmdr. Rouse. |wili speak on forest lungi, 


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20 Balli! (Colonist Victoria, B.C., Ts«*., Nav. 17, 1964 


Wednesday Evening 


Commontvealth Society 
To Hear Lady Runcorn 


countries she travelled to. and to 
study social conditions. She has 
visited schools, hospitals, le)»er 
colonies and universities and she 
has talked on a wide variety of 
subjects ranging from welfare 
services to guide dot* for the 
blind. 

Other activities inchide mem¬ 
bership of the British National 
Gained of the International 
Cxmoil of Women and member¬ 
ship of the tioard of selectors for 
Voluntary Service Overseas. 

Despite all these public activi¬ 
ties. I.ady Runcorn nevertheless 
finds time for her private inter¬ 
ests. These include the theatre 
and the ballet, in which she had 
some training as a girl. She la 
also an enthusiastic gardener, a 
hobby -which she will now have 
ample opportunity to indulge, 
since she and her husband have 
recently moved to a new house 
standing in five and a half acres 
of ground. 

While in Canada Lady Run-: 
corn will also be on the look¬ 
out for a doll to add to the ex¬ 
tensive and striking collection 
which she and her husband have 
built up by taking home with 
them a doll in the national 
costume of every country which 
they visit. 


Lady Runcorn, wife of Lord 
Runcorn who la chairman of the 
National Assistance Board in r . 
Great Britain, will be guest of 
honor at a dinner In the Union 
Club Wednesday evening, given 
by the Royal Commonwealth 
Society. 

Following the dinner. Lady 
Runcorn will address the society 
In the Empress Hotel on the sub¬ 
ject. ‘"The Commonwealth A 
Woman's View.'* 

Lady Runcoro is a Fellow and 
Councillor of the Royal Common¬ 
wealth Society sad chairman of 
Wnmrn Speaker* for the Com¬ 
monwealth. She is also an ex¬ 
ecutive member of the Women's 
Corona Society, an organization 
Which includes courses for per¬ 
son* going to overseas appoint¬ 
ments. 

From the time of her hu*- 
hand's adoption as Conservative 
candidate for Runcorn in 1949. 
Lady Runcorn took a keen in¬ 
terest in hia career, accompany¬ 
ing him on his visits overseas. 

Her travels have taken her to 
India, Pakistan, Malaya, Singa¬ 
pore, Hong Kong, Australia. 
Trinidad and Tobago, America 
and Indonesia. 

She took every opportunity to 
are something of the life of the 


known; Mrs. K. B. CooniquLst, occupational 
therapist patient; Sister Mary Reparatrice of the 
nursing staff who makes novelties, and patient 
Mrs. Nora Gagnon.—(Ian MacKain) 


Mount St. Mary’s annual bazaar will be held 
Wednesday, Nov. 18, from 1 to 6 p.m. at 999 Bur- 
dett Avenue. There will be a variety of stalls and 
games. Shown here are, left to right. Sister Mary 
Marcella, whose jellies, jams and pickles are well 


Guide-Dog Troubles 


People Who Can See 
Hard on the Blind 


LADY RUNCORN 


I0DE Chaptei 
Raffles Doll 


Mundie-Sntall 


Cranberry Red Suit 
For Going Away 


her dog. The owner said it was 
* misunderstanding with his 
hostess. Health laws ban dog* 
from eating places, except guide 
dog*. The caar wa* poetismeil. 


NEW YORK (AP* — Not the elude Iherr 
blind, but the people who can carriers,. 
see need help in coping with and hotels 
blindness, say* a vivacious, . 
blind . woman who'* gone to * \| y 


By Mace and Tippit 


Porter proposed the toast to the| 
bride. 

On return from a honeymoon 
trip up-Island. the couple will 
make their home in New 
Westminster 

The bride's going-away out¬ 
fit was a cranberry red drrsv 
maker *uit highlighted with a 
fur collar. 


Brian and Roy Small, the 
bride's brother*. 

At a reception that followed 
In the Club Soho, the bride's 
table wa* covered with a lace 
cloth that wa* made by the 
groom'* grandmother. Mrs. M 
Mundie, and centred with a 
three-tier wedidng cake, made 
by the bride* f*ther. Dick 


emiaren. the bent hotel*, restaurants 

All member* will donate and museums in the world.' 
Christmas presents to the chil- Mrs. Thelma Keitlen said, 
dren of their adopted Turner "i*ve been relegated to freighl 
Island School. The Chapter will elevators, 
also send books and a year’s| ‘Tve been passed by count- 
KUbacription to the Canadian I less times by empty calw. 
Geographical Magazine. ' “I've even been accused ol 

Arrangement* were made to pretending I'm Wind so that I 
raffle a doll with many beautiful can get Duchrs* into the pas- 
hand-made dresses and outfit*, senger comiwrimcnt of airliner* 
plus a lovely cedar chest. Tickets with me. 

will be on sale at Woodward’s "And I've been playing ball. 
Store, Mayfair Plaza. Nov. 24, explaining my rights, writing 
and also at the Hudson * Bay liters later, but now 1 find this 
Store Dec. 9 and 10. unsatisfactory." 

Mr*. G. B Baker, seertarv ™“”day. Mrs. Keitlen 4 
ol Home and Abroad, reported ^cutive v ce - pn-sidcnt ol 
, ...... , . Borrroe Pruilden. iinysical fit- 

many knitted baby clothe* and „ _ 

, , . . , ness counsellors, filed a rinn- 

sock* have been sent to Korea. , . ' . , _ 

__ . ..... plaint m criminal court 

I IODE amial Fe*tival will be Hpp nTOum , nl | aw fnP . 

held Feb 


A white organza over taffeta 
gown styled on classic lines with 
• fitted bodice and lily point 
slwves was worn by Carol 
Irene Ann Small on Saturday 
evening when she became the 
bride of James William Mundie 
The bodice featured a rounded 
neckline accented with French i 
embroidered lace. The semi-full 
•kirt extended slightly en train 
Her three-tier scalloped veil 
misted to elbow-length from a 1 
coronet of mother of pearl. Red ( 
roue* were In her bouquet 
The bride la the daughter ol 
Mr and Mrs J A. Small, 1600 
Hollywood Crescent and the 
groom is the son of Mr. and 
Mrs W. Mundie. 3344 Wick- 
helm Road. Mr. Small gave hi* 
daughter In fharriage. 

First United Church whs 
decorated with white and pink 
chrysanthemums at the altar 
for tne ceremony at which Rev. 
R J. D. Morris officiated. 


"Vu*r row may have to work overtime na ftatarday . 
hsvloi !• girl frieads over far a ■lumber parts 


Bazaar Salesmanship 

Nothing tails so quicker.sod | 
to profitably at Baziais as top j 
quality baking. And ot count | 
that kind of baking comes i 
from using provan recipes and i 
lino ingredients, than "marry | 
mg tham up" with loving cara j 

Add a Noval Touch 

Folks love it too, it you present j 
your goodies with a flair For i 
containers that will hold ^ 
Christmas decorations later i 
on. spray old wickar baskets | 
with gold pemt or decorate j 
large tars with glitter Cookies | 
and squaras packed in them j 
will rate a pumium pnea j 

Doughnuts By Tha 
Dozan 

Home baked doughnuts wiH j 
tell like hot cakes at the bake | 
table especially when they're j 
trimmed with this Toasted j 
Cdconut Topping Jo make it. | 
blend together A cup soil | 
butter. A cup sugai and a hide j 
cinnamon Mm in 2 table- | 
spoons of shredded cocofrujl | 
and spread on smalt dough j 
nuts. Then pop tham under | 
tha broiler, until bubbly and j 
golden (about 6 minutes). | 

Choosa Something 
Savory 

A favorite of our* and a good | 
ba/aar item too. are ctisp I 
Easy - Do Bread Sticks Foil 6 | 
Slicks. Cut 4 wicnei roll; into | 
lengihanie quarters and | 
spread all sides generously I 
with soft butler Combine 'A | 
cup shredded Canadian chad | 
dai cheesa. 3 tablespoons | 
sesame saeds and A teaspoon | 
salt in a pie plate Roll the | 
buttered breed itick* in this | 
mixture and bake on a cookie | 
sheet in a 425°F. oven until | 
they re golden about 10 | 
minutes Customers may want | 
to reheat them, but w# like j 
themiusl as is" 

For Tha Taa Room 

Are you serving lea to guests | 
at your Bazaar > Than here's a I 

neat and pretty tittle lock with | 
doilies Use smellish' ones | 
and count on three tor each | 
plate Fold each one to torn a I 
little pocket when , placed | 
on the tea plate hi ethos' j 
(men bun linen Staple them | 
toqethei. then tuck a couple | 
ot sandwiches and pickle* | 
into one section a cool •« or | 
two m the next section, and I 
use the Thud pocket for mint* | 
and buttery salted nuts I 

Bazaar Favorites 

Looking for more ideas for th* | 
Bake Safe r Perhaps ou'recipe I 
folder Bazaar Favorite* will | 
provide a litll* inspiration | 
You may have a free copy by I 
limply writing ua at tha I 
address shown below 


19 when Florence 
Nightingale Chapter will have 
charge of the superfluity and 
lucky dip counters.. 

Mrs. T, B. Lumsden will en¬ 
tertain the members next month 
In the form of a luncheon and a 
Christmas party in her home at 
3908 Tudor Road 


BIRKS 

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J A SPECIAL 

STARTER SET OFFER 


r.M*t IMAI.T Ml 

Ksquimalt WI will meet in the 
Jubilee Hall. Eraser Street on 
Thursday. Nov. 19 at 2 p.m. 


SAMSONITE SILHOUETTE 
21” CASE FOR MEN AND LADIES 


GORDON I MTED 
Gordon United Church will 
hold a Pmnsetra tea and sale of 
home cooking and home-made 
mincemeat in the church hall. 
935 Coldstream Avenue, Lane- 
fora o« Saturday, Nov. 21 from 
2 to 5 p.m. 


Select now at this special saving for Christmas 
giving, or to start your own set of fine luggage 
and add to later. 


Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shiu are pictured following 
their marriage in St. Aldan’s United Church. 
Bride is the former Priscilla John.—(L. B. Hong 
Studio) 


Sum of JCT1 was realized when 
the Women’s Auxiliary to the 
Canadian National Institute tor 
the Blind. Victoria Branch, as¬ 
sisted the sale of handicrafts 
made by the blind. Friday. Nov 
! 13. nt the CNIB headquarter*. 

Jones con- 


Mrs. Gordon T. 
vrned the sale and Mrs. D. N. 
Macmillan convened the coffee 
and tea. 

The proceeds of the sale will' 
•>e used to provide more mater 
I ini* for those attending the in¬ 
stitute. 


ST. JOHN » 

Tlie Womens Guild <4 St. 
John s Anglican Church will 
meet on Monday, Nov. 23 at 2:3(1 
p.m. in the lower hall 


Dew Ann Landers: Because we of the family rein- them regarding ihe activate*». 
tions division of the Twelfth Circuit Court of Connec- ,><*»■ »i"Hi»eand by not matin 


you a copy of our "Ten Commandments" of proper 
conduct for separated parents. _ _ 

These “Ten Commandment*" 

were drafted after we received th ' r *‘ muft * nrt ** *" 

i • . . _ image of TWO good parents 

thousands of complaint. Inert y<|Ur futur(1 con(|u( . | ^ 

aei*j-ated parents m regard to. children will be helpful if jwi 
visitation problems and other' will follow these suggestions 
*s|>ecta of separuted living. Wei j j-*, ^ your child's 

have noted a sharp drop in thet min( j against either their mother 
number of complaint* since ,,, father by <ii*tusaing their 
these rules have been made shortcoming* 
available to both separat'd par- , fM _ r ^ , „ lk|m| 

fnt *' ! to any memtier of the opi»»itc 

THOMAS H. ELLIOT, 1-AM- with wttum \oU may lie 
II.V RELATIONS OFTK ER. | emotionally involved. 

1JTH CIRCUIT COURT Ol i . , .. . , . 

i dvwmnrr 1 ‘ 1X1 not UM> " U1 visitsti->r 

as an cm use to continue aegu- 
Conduct of Separated mrnlv >ou. siou.se. 


children live must prej»are them 
both physically and mentally 
far the visitation. The children 
should lie available at the time 
mulually agreed u|x*i 

9. If one ]>arent has plans lor 
the children that conflict with 
the visitation and tliese plan* 

1 are In the lvst interests id Ihe 
j children, lie adults and wmk out 
the problegr togotlier. 

10. Always work for tlie »pirit- 
, ual well being, health happiness 
I and safely ol you* children 

Dear Mr. Elliot: I deeply ap¬ 
preciate your vending on the 
"Ten Commandments." In my 
opinion Uicv aie solid, sound and 
il faithfully followed, slvmld 


Perfect Complexion 
Instanth 


Men s or Ladies .. a beauty to give... to 
get ... as a set starter... or to match up 


'lo li4»« * i-eilevl end be. 
tul caropidiun inusoily, 
tie. uiy tiperusfc usings new 
kmJ ol liquid mike up (tut 
kbiolbi light inire.d of te. 
Heeling it. Heme, biemuhet 
j.nd lines become leu visible 
to in her peoples cs es xnd >««e 
l*ce appears much lounger. 

2nJ Debul Lquid Make up 
t»uh CKF <ztoi also acts on 
the skin to a. luallp reduce 
la*i/ri lines nhile u is semng 
sou as the worlds loveliest 
make up. S -hales. Sele. t 
tours at four druggist or 
dep t. note. 

... Jo»te Rue 


liera it is! Your once-in-a-hfttima owjodur.ity to buy a 
: amsorute Silhouett* 21" tr«vsf csss at an unh#ard-of loiv 
pn e* Wonflsdul as a gift. Foe yourself. Aa a set Matter. 
A-id if you’re already lucky snoogh to have other Samsonite 
paces — never a worry — it matches beautifully Slim, 
tf ■» Samsonite wtth not • lock in sight, and lightwetgU 
n: riesiuro ftames that pack maximum strength into m.ni- 
r i weight . . . Union, scuff-resisunt vinyl coverings — 
a d>e im to keep clean — in fashion’-: latest hues Jor men 
women. C-ct yours today -—but acf now —this oher 
f s Ccr. 2-lfh. 


<>Nlotri crev, alligator, Dover white, 
hisrnvnr hltm and Venetian red. 


know. yiHir children arc usuallv 5. I*, not visit your children 
t h «• havers when their paronl- unreasonable hour*, 
xepaiate. They are tlcprived of i. | k . pot [ail to n*dify \rair 
ihe full time, pniticr guidance siKiu.se as s*»ki .is |x»siblc it yuul 
that two pMicnis can give are unable to keep your visit.i- 
guidance anti direction essential] tion. It's unfair to your children I 
to Iheir moral and spiritual t 0 g^ep tltem waiting ariHl 
growth. worse to disntipoint them b>'mil j 

Although there is probably, coming at all. 
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rhildrert In every chilli's mind I children by NOT questioning 


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I'nivetstty of V ictoria Evening Division. 

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The difficult child? Content and curriculum? Pres¬ 
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Featured Mrs. Alice Borden. Child Study Centre, 
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OTTAWA (CP)—Two Cana¬ 
dian women naval oftivers will 
i>e with an International scien¬ 
tific expedition when It sets out 
Monday from Halifax for far¬ 
away Easter Island in the 
southeastern Pacific. 

The «wo Wrens, Lieut. Mary 
Olive King of Hampton, N.B., 
and Lieut. Rita Catherine 
Dwyer of Toronto, will be the 
first servicewomen lo lake a 
cruise of any duration in one 
of the Canadian navy's ships, 
defence headquarters said Fri¬ 
day. 

They have been appointed to' 
the mobile 


COURT CIRCULAR 


BUCKINGHAM PALACE. 

November 13. 

The Queen visited the Univer¬ 
sity of Sussex today. 

Her Majesty was received 
Upon arrival at Brighton Rail¬ 
way Station by Her Majesty's 
Lieutenant for the County of 
Sussex (the Duke of Norfolk) 
and the Mayor of Brighton 
(Councillor W. H. Clout). 

The Queen then drove to Fai¬ 
nter House, University of Sus¬ 
sex. and was received by the 
Secretary of State for Education 
and Science (the Right Hon. 
Michael Stewart. M.P.) and the 
Vice-Chancellor (Sir John Ful¬ 
ton). 

Her Majesty later honored the 
Senior ProChanceilor (Doctor 
S. M. Caffjm with Her presence 
«t luncheon In the Refectory. 

This afternoon The Queen 
opened the Library, unveiled a 
plaque and toured the Univer¬ 
sity. 

KENSINGTON PALACE. 

Nov. 13. 

Princess Marina. Duchess of 
Kent was present this afternoon 
at a Reception given by the 
Officers at The Devonshire and 
Dorset Regiment, of which Her 
Royal Highness is Colonel-in- 
Chief, at the United Service 
Club. 


Rev. Dr. Nathaniel Noel. The girls 
are holding creature cushions, a new 
fad. There will also be stalls of home 
cooking, gifts, plants, candy, etc. 
Lunch and tea will be served under 
the convenership of Mrs. R. N. 
Mathews and Mrs. D. Crabb.—* 
(Robin Clarke) 


The annual bazaar of St. George the 
Martyr will be held on Saturday, 
Nov. 21, in the parish hall, from 11 
a.m. to 5 p.m. Co-conveners are 
Mrs. F. Robinson and Mrs. V. E. 
Moore. A feature of the gift stall 
will be attractive pixie hats modelled 
above by Sally Ball, left, and Robyn 
Mathews for benefit of the rector, 


wedding will take place on Saturday, 
Dec. 5, at 2 p.m., in Metropolitan 
United Church with Rev. A. E. King 
officiating.— (Miss Pepper’s photo by 
Matrin Studio, Edmonton, and Mr. 
McLeod by Filion-Simpson) 


Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence E. Pepper of 
Bowser, B.C., announce the engage¬ 
ment of their daughter, Ethel Janet, 
to Mr. Lome Raymond McLeod, 
eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. L. V. P, 
McLeod, Newton Garden Court. The 


HMCS Cape Scott, 
repair ship that will take 33 
scientists to Easter Island for 
a large-scale study of Its 1,005 
inhabitants. 

The expedition to the island, 
a possession of Chile, will last 
about five months. 

The project, bringing together 
scientists from Canada. Chile. 
Britain, the United States and 
Scandinavian countries, 1* spon¬ 
sored by the World Health 
Organization. 

I.icut. King, a Wren officer In 
the Second World War. was ■ 
statistician with Atomic Energy 
of Canada limited at Chalk 
River,- Ont., liefore re-entering 
the Wrens In 1961. 

Lieut. Dwyer, also a wartime 
Wren, worked In the external 
affairs department for 10 years 
(before joining the Wrens in 
1959. 

They will not be the only 
women aboard the Cape Scott. 
A n urn her of the scientists are 
taking their wives. 


Be Professionally Filled 
in your 

SARONG 

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Clubs and Societies 


CARD PARTY 

Card party in aid of Rose 
Manor, sponsored by XT Beta 
Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi Soror¬ 
ity, will be held at llolyrood 
House, from 1:30 to 4:40 p.m. 
and 7:30 to 11 p.m., Nov. 18. 

A fashion show, sponsored by 
Jack Burgess, will also be held 
In addition there will t>e refresh¬ 
ments, stalls and door prizes. 


ERSKINE GUILD 

Ladies Guild of Erskine Pres-' 
byterian Womens’ Guild will 
hold their Christmas bazaar and 
tea. In the church hall, corner ot 
Harriet and Lurllne Road on 
Thursday, Nov 19 at 2 p.m. 
Homecooking, aprons and novel¬ 
ties will be for sale. 


Pioneer Girls Mark 
Silver Anniversary 


MONTREAL (CP)—The first 
of a somber of “homr* away 
from home” for young women 
la temporary dlslrew Hna been 
opened here. L’Accuell le Re- 
Uli. apnnsored by the Coaseil 
Metro poll twin den Clnba Rlrhe- 
Heu, will oiler guidance and 
hnalr nrreoaitlea tn gtrla aged 
IS tn SO sent tn the home by 
the courts, police or chart table 
organisation*. 


Pioneer Girls of the eight guest speakers will be Mr. and 
Mrs. R. Clemengers, misston- 


lfilS Douglas SflS-6214 


ST. GEORGE *M 

Daughters of St. George No. i 
238 will meet Friday, Nov 20 at 
7:30 p.m. in the K. of P. Hall. 


churches comprising the Vic-' 
tori* Area Fort are joining; 
more than 92,000 Pioneer Girts 
across the continent during the tian Missionary Alliance and 
week of Nov. 15 to 22 In com- Bethel Baptist, Sidney, the Pto- 
memorauon of the 25th anni- "eer Girls will take part In the 
veraary of the international ^ntag church service on Nov 
g.mzatkw's founding. “Light » and in the morning service 

SSSS3ssasS8S 

will be stataTtiw tote mat tonal ,h " r Pals ,ad ^ ^ 

___ •»«) <*> Nov- 18. 


King Husain I of Jordan is 29 
today. 


ST. UHK'8 

St. Luke s Evening Branch W A 
will meet on Nov. 18 at 8 p.m. 
in the Fireside room. 


AYLDEN H AM BEK IODE 

Aldyen Ham tier Chapter IODE 
will meet at the home of Mrs. 
Molly Campbell, Apartment 64, 
1736 Newton Street, on Thurs¬ 
day, Nov. 19 at 8 p.m. 


JOBS MOTHERS 

Jobs Mothers Club of Bethel 
UD will hold a rummage sale 
at the small 


Orange Hall, 
Courtney Street Saturday Nov. 
; 21 at 9 a.m. 


Make 

$100 


Three Lives," and the founding 
of Pioneer Girts Clubs. This will 
he followed by rank and badge 
presentation. 

Gosworth Road Community 
Church are having their par-, 
ents and friends to a rank and 
badge presentation Nov. 1 20 and 


Gift-boxed and mailed to you or your friends 

Canada—8 boxes, postpaid_ JJ.25 

I-'.M.A.—S boxes, postpaid _$3.40 

iTtiii P»?l All ChAflM 1 
Perianal Checot Miy Arrompiny Order 


Cher 5100 was raised by 
members of the Chatelaine 
dub at the recent tea and 
bazaar. 

Highlight of the evening 
was a floral display given by 
Mrs. Norma Fitzsimmons. 

Monies will be turned over 


Bradd* Pi*t, H.«fih 

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Denelda Mary Pearson, eldest daughter of Mr. and 
Mr*. Keith Pearson, 1530 Jubilee Avenue, and Mr. 
Robert John Coutts. eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Wallace Coutts, 1189 Yates Street, will be married 
on Saturday, Nov. 21, at 7 p.m.. in Metropolitan 
United Church with Rev. A. E. King officiating — 
(Chapman Photography) 


Available at Sto»*« in yaw araa 


738 YATES STREET 


Near the Odeon 


to the YM-YW building fund. 


Christmas 

Bazaar 


The Cats’ Protection League 
will hold its annual Christmas 
tea and bazaar Saturday, Nov. 
21. at the Canadian Legion Hall, 
1616 Blansharil Street, from 2 
to 4 p.m. 

There will be stalls of home 
rooking, aprons, superfluities 
books, and a special novelty stall 
with gifts and decorations for 
Christmas. 

Mrs. F. Kriegel is general 
convener. 


Personal 

Mention 


Lawrence Keith were (he namea given to the one-month- 
old son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Jeffries at a christening 
service performed by Rev. J. A. Roberts, Sunday afternoon 
In St. Paul's Anglican Church, Esquimau. For the ceremony 
the baby wore a white nylon and lace gown and was wrapped, 
In « shawl which was used at his father’s christening 30 
years ago. Mr. Martin H. Hansen Sr., baby's uncle, and Miss 
Marjorie Gibbs are godparents, 

Ills grand parents are Mr. and 
Mrx. R. CakiweU, Victoria, and 
Mr*. Arthur Jeffries. White 
Rock. Mr. Arthur Warm of 
White Rock is greatgrandfather. 

Christening tea was held later 
*t the Lynll Sheet home of 
Mr. ami Mrs. Jeffries. 


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try it! 


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ANOTHiR f I Nf GAOWtRS *<W 


TUESDAY 


JUSTICE PHILLIPS 

Hum urn 

BAXTER ■ SMITH 

FATHER 
CAME TOO 


Looted Art 
Sought 
By Hundreds 

Thou* 


NEW YORK (AP* 
sands of art treasures looted in 
Europe during the Second 
World War are still falng sought 
throughout the world, the New 
York Times says. 

The newspaper say* a sur¬ 
vey it made showed that hun¬ 
dred* of art scholars, museum 
I directors, private galleries and 
police agencies are watching 
for stolen works. 


Applause for 'Our Linda* fills Sidney's San sc ha Hall 


Miss Canada 


Charles and Blanche Douma greet daughter 


Linda Given Single Day 
To Be Just Herself 


Two Indians 
Protest 
‘Untrue’ Film 


The 20-year-old girl who cap- Linda entertained some of her 
tured the coveted Mis.* Canada former classmates, told them 
title in Toronto was the centre about her experiences in Tor* 
of attention during Sunday's onto and caught up on what had 
triumphant return to her home been happening in Sidney while 
town village of Sidney. she was away. 

I P EARLY BUSY AGAIN 

She had g.rt out of bed in But today, she will be Miss 
Toronto at 3:30 a m. Victoria i' CanadB ■K ain - After a noon ap- 
time. for the flight back. And!P ear “ ce 00 lefcvlston .here, :she 
it was midnight before all the 41x1 '* r fhapernne, Miss June 
excitement ended and the fired DwH *- wlU ,f * ve *«? Vancouver 
Mias Canada drank a glass of 1 •H*"*** 4t 

milk and went to bed. Wednesday s B.C. Liom-Calgary 

. , .. ..... Stampeders football game. 

Monday she ***** old Linda ^ w|ura Th u „. 
Doom, again - wiring bUck fop f(W ^ and then ^ 
slims and black turtleneck _ , - , , 


By JACK FRY 

Miss Canada 1K5 let her hair 1 
down Monday and for one day 
•as Just Linda Douma again 
among her friends at Sidney. 


Murray McAlpInt 
TOUT! 1:30 


TORONTO (CPl — Two Tor¬ 
onto Indiana said Sunday that 
a National Film Board produc¬ 
tion on an Indian, youth who 
leaves the reservation and 
comes to Toronto Is propaganda 
that makes their race look shift¬ 
less. 

Kbd Lickers and Jim Turner 
told a Unitarian congregation! 
that the film. The Transition, is 
not true to life. 

"It gives people the idea that 
Indians are shiftless and have 
drinking problems," said Mr. 
Turner. 

The film shows the Indian 
youth getting into financial 
trouble in spite of help from the 
Indian affairs branch of the 
citizenship department. 

He makes friends with a 


GEM 


m as fa t - ad frees dmtass 
Nanaimo to downtown Vaa- 
Coaw on tbs luxuriously sp- 
peiatad PrincsM of Vancouver. 
And r»member . . . •nip on 
Canadian Paeife can you 
enjog ad nine* sale raarrra- 
Han* sn d St nr* *f Uart Nf 
su Ik* tailing of pour tkoie*. 


Lv. Nanaimo La. Vsncoussr 
•:30 a.m. 4 45i.m. 
3:45 pm. 12:00 noon 

12:30 am. 8:30 pm. 


diart Centre and finally goes 
hack to the reservation defeated 
by the big city. 

Mr. Turner said the hoard had 
failed both itself and the In¬ 
dians by making the film. 


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Linda relaxes at home 


BUYING 


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MISSION 


to finit-h university and take up 
a teaching career. 

She earlier won the Miss PNE 
contest in Vancouver and was 
backed by the newly-formed Sid¬ 
ney Lions Club, which raised 
$1 500 and sent her to Toronto to 
compete in the national contest. 


oven*helmed. It is the most 
wonderful thing that ever hap¬ 
pened to me. But the most won¬ 
derful port is coming home to 
you." 

Miss Douma. who was a third- 
[year arts student at the Univer¬ 
sity of Victoria, plans eventually 


I ON GORGE ROAD nearly everyone else in Sid- 

| •**■ ac. N i r uBw | ney was waiting 

At the hall there were hun- 
^^™MMMMM M dredi of handshakes, speeches 


were made and glfta exchanged. 


Linda said: "I’m completely 


Meetings 
Today 
In Victoria 


Canadians Swan Lake 
Gets Mixed Reviews 


• Donald Paulin, president 
of the Victoria Junior Chamber 
of Commerce, will address the 
Victoria Electric Club, Crest 
Motel 12:10 p.m. 

• Dr. Peter Banks, presi¬ 
dent of the B.C. section, Cana¬ 
dian Medical Association, will 
speak to the Kiwanis dub of 
Victoria, Empress Hotel, 12:10 
p.m. 

• CPR Retirees. Crystal 
Garden. 2 p.m. 

• Dr. M. H. ScarglO of the 
i University of Victoria trill ad¬ 
dress the Administrative Man¬ 
agement Society, Pacific Club. 
5-30 p.m. 

• Victoria brawn. Institute 
of Power Engineers, B.C. Hydro 
Building. Flame Room, 7:30 


FINEST HOURS 


imi jdrtfluriBtnt is set potJbptttf or 
displayed by the liquor Control Beard or 
bj the Government of BntisA Coltnabii 


LONDON (CPI — Canadiani 
ballerina Lynn Seymour re¬ 
ceives mixed reviews for her 
performance in a Koyal Ballet 
production of Swan Lake. 

The critic for The Times says 
the 25-year-old Vancouver dan¬ 
cer gives validity to the clas¬ 
sical ballet cliche that aU 
ballerinas are primarily either 
an Odette or an Odile. 

"Her Odette was among the 
most deeply felt In living mem¬ 
ory but her Odile seemed bare¬ 
ly adequate.” 


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• Victoria British Israel 
Association, Newktead Hail, 7:4a! 

p.m. 

• Rev. Howard Turpin will 
speak to the Foster Parents 
Committee of the Family and 
Children'* Service, St John Am¬ 
bulance Hall, ^ p.m. 

• South Vancouver Island 
Rangers, clubhouse. R p.m. 


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Essondale Mental Hospital 


Seventy Prisoners Move 
To New Security Wing 


Seventy prisoners undergoing 
treatment at the prnv Incial 
mental hospital at Essondale 
will he transferred today to 
what oflici.il* term a new maxi¬ 
mum security wing. 

Health Minister Erie Martin 
said the move will make n i«w- 
alble lor the rest o( L**on<Uk 
to "become .virtually an o|ien 
hospital" with pa lien la not 
locked in and bring treated 
much the came ai thoCc in a 
general hoapital. 

The new wins >■ located in 


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NEW 
METHOD 


the converted Riverside Ixiilding 
on the grounds of Colony Farm 1 
.ihout one mile from the main 
hospital 

MAXIM! >1 U( I RITY 

Both hospital su|>erinti'ndent 
Dr B K Bryson and liead o( 
[mental heallh services Dr A 
E Davidson caid the term 
"maximum cecurity" usrd in 
the official announeement did 
not mean the equivalent in a 
jail. 

But the Riverside unit will. 
keep all prisoners together] 
under improved cecurity. and at 
the same time permit better 
standards of care and treat¬ 
ment, officials said, 
i Security arrange m e n t c for 
i prisoner* undergoing treatment 
I in Essondale were sharply criti- 
I ci«*d after the recent escape of 
] Larry Kanester. sentenced to 'JO 
, years for raping two Victoria 
co-eds. 

SOT'ISVOI.VH) 

Kanester Is not involved in 
today's move because he was 
returned to Oakalla after »ur 
rendering to police. 

The Riverside unit has l>een 

Trains End 
Doicntoicn Run 

SASKATOON <CP> - The 
CNR * new Chappell Yards -- 
which spell an end to 73 years of 
trains running through down- 
] town Saskatoon will be opened 
| officially today. Two hours later 
a aod-tummg ceremony will lie 
staged to launch a multi-million 
'dollar development scheme for 
I the old downtinvn station site. 


fitted with sjiecial locks, andi 
any inmate must |u»ss through 
two sets of locked doors in order 
to 1 get Irom the ward to the out¬ 
side. 

The building is stntoundcd hy 
a 12-foot fence to|i|ied withi 
barbed wire. Tlie fenced area 
w ill tier used as an "airing yard "i 
•or ’‘Hsoners. olfieials said. I 
PATIENT RED! CTION 

They said planning for ll»e 
new unit has been under way 
for several months, hut con , 
'traction had not begun at the 
'time of the Kanester escajie. 

! Mr. Martin said the hospital! 


staff "for some lime" has recog¬ 
nised the need (or new security 
facilities, hut it was iwdy made 

tmssible by a recent reduction, 
in the numbrr of patients 

First obligation of Ihc medical! 
staff assigned to the new unit 
will be that of treatment, the 
minister said. He added tliere is 
a secondary obligation to keep 
prisoners under confinement 

Besides having two locked 
wards, the Riverside unit will 
have an open ward for treat- 
ment of alcoholics. Accommoda¬ 
tion in locked ward* at present 
is for 100. 


9atl.ll Colonial Victoria, I.C., Taa*., Na*. 17, 11*4 Jj| 

Love Advertisement 
Proves Potent 

R1NGWOOD. England (CPI)—Two girls who 
included their telephone number with an advertise¬ 
ment “Love Is My Profession” to promote the film 
by that name for a charity fund were shocked by 
the heavy response. 

“We never realized there were so many dirty 
minds about." they said._ 

Union, Cabinet Plan 
Britannia Talks 

> 

The International Union of A government spokesman said 
I Mine. Mill and Smelter Workers Monday the talks will take the 
I ,. . , ,, . ... place of the union's annual meet- 

! ,lnd ' W,U mrrt w,,h pri> mg with the .abinet. Date of the 

. vlncial cabinet shortly to dis- has not yet been set: 

t t-uas the closure of Britannia I but It Is expected to be held this 
Beach copper mine. |month. 


Victorians Win 
Bridge Honors 


VANCOUVER 'CPi — Bridge 
players from Victoria and Van¬ 
couver made a clean sweep m 
the American contract bridge 
championships here during the 
weekend 

More than MM people entered 
the three-day tournament, which 
•ndeil Sunday 
Results included 
Men s pair*--Tony Marsh. Vk- 
I u»na. and Leo Stell, Vancouver. 


Open pairs-Cam Wallace and 

Eric Goodwin, Victoria. 

Mixed pairs- Ron Borg and 
Velma Acres, Victoria. 

Women’s pairs -Joan Johnson 
and Audrey Jones, Vancouver. 

APPLE HARVEST 

The U-S. anticipate* produc¬ 
ing a total of 14JJOO.OOO.OOR 
apples in 1964. 13 per cent 
greater than the 1963 crop. 


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Courtroom Parade 


Carnival Opens 


vegetable* and home baking am! 
even a Christmas comer. 

In addition, there will be some 
musical entertainment and re¬ 
freshment* will be served The 
carnival i* o|«en to the public. 


light the Silver Bell Carnival 


A dream come* true Saturday)started construction o( the multi-, I.,.. -. . 

night when Lieutenant-Governor nurpoee hall which has become which begins at 7 p m 
1‘earke* 


officially o|)ens the a symbol of community co-op- * * * 

Prospect Lake Community Hall.[oration. ; There will he games of bingo 

The dream began two years The opening ceremonies, and ring-toss, raffles, a white 
ago when volunteer workers scheduled for 8 p.m., will high-1 elephant sale, stalls lor plant*. 


was found not guilty Monday j liquor to a minor, 

In dty magistrate's court of 
telling liquor to a person "ap¬ 
parently under the age of 21." 

Magistrate J. A. Byers read 
his judgment, written since he 
heard evidence In the case 
against James Taylor, 1732 
Kingatoerry. last week. 

Hie charge arose from an 
Incident Sept 1 in which the 
liquor clerk sold a case of 
beer to an 18-year-old youth 
who used another man's birth 
certificate as identification. 

The youth was arrested by 
policemen from a passing 
cruiser car as he left the Hum 
boldt Street store. She is to he sentenced for 

Mr. Taylor was identified by breaking a November, 1163. or- 
the youth as the clerk who i*° "P° rt moves and changes 
sold him the beer. “> » probation officer. 

In his defence earlier, eon . * * * M 

ducted by Lloyd McKemle,!. A ***’* who c * ihrd «*>"» 

the acraaad had deecrlbed his *“*«* deques lor about |110 
action*. N«v. 5 and gava a different ad- 

He said he' had demanded dre# » «" . P !** W ■“J 1 * 

Identification from the youth. c,ty ' V*'*'VV* 

received the birth certificate, i * hrre co,,n,s *'''** ■ lor «* 1 
and was promptly an<| cor- ..... 

rectly answered by the counter- "hen Keith Mullaly told Mag- 
feit customer as to the date of ,<tr,, r Byers ha was not aware 
birth on the document. _ ' ' -- 

"The accused discharged the j 

burden which lay upon him •* _ */ **_ ^T^T*** 


magistrate. j cutor Peter Birkett and the court 

* * * j agreed he should not be plead- 

A 21-year-old mother who re- mg guilty, 
turned voluntarily from New Asked whether he wished to 
York Qty to face a charge fori change his plea, he declined and 
breach «f recognizance was re! asked f l>r the guilty plea to be 
manded until Nov. 23 for sen-: accepted. 

terue. A pre-sentence report was .... . __ _ , . , 

, , . . ' Mullaly was remanded for a 

ordered prepared in the one-' __'__ __ .... 

week tnterv-il i i*re-*entence report until Nov. 

c . .... 23 after he told the court he had 

o .___. . ... . Iieen unable lo find work to sup- 

^L? port hi. wife and child because 

2SLS m * * ‘U»«* *hortage 

two-year-old ton and her hus-j 
hand, defence counsel Dermud j* * # 

Owen-Flood told Magistrate By- In Saanich court Wayne But¬ 
lers. ' terllelri, 18. of 950 Tulip Street. 

The woman, whose child is changed his plea to guilty on 
being cared for In Toronto, was**" charges that arose from a 
remanded in custody. I Halloween scuffle with police. 


searching a car. and at one 
point 1 griihlwd'' the policeman 

Mr. Gatehouse told the court 
this was a first offence |or the 
youth and that the actions were 
out of keeping of his normal 
character 

Prosecutor Kenneth Murphy 
said the incident was a case of 
inoli hysteria which could easily 
have led to more serious coa- 
seo uence*. 

David Verge, IS. of 920 Arun¬ 
del. arrested the same night and 
lacing four charges includinc 
two of assault and one each of 
causing a disturbance by swear¬ 
ing and being a minor in posses¬ 
sion of liquor, will appear today 
at 2:15 p.m. for trial. 

Defence counsel Gatehouse 
told the Crown he had with¬ 
drawn from the case. 


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worry-free income. The best way to achieve 
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You hand over to Manufacturers Life the 
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Through the annuity arrangement your capital 
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How much does an annuity cost ? It depends 
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dreams and plans for those years after 65. For 
example, the lifetime monthly income of $200 
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only $23,620. 

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call today. 


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it’s time dad had a phone of his own 


For today's teenagers the telephone is an important part of 
growing up. 

They are preparing to take ever a world in which speed of 
communication will play a vital role in every aspect of living. 
But for the moment this fact doesn't console Dad too much 
when he wants to use the phone himse.f. 

For Dad, it's sometimes like having a phone with a lock and 

chain round it 

Modarn problems call for modern solutions. That's why 
second lines are becoming increasingly popular with so many 

of today's busy households. Once the family starts growing 


up. it s high time Dad had a phone of his own, with a separate 
connection to the outside world. 

The cost is small in relation to the convenience and harmony 
it brings. And. of course. Dad gets his own individual listing 
in the te ephone directory free of charge - another big ad¬ 
vantage for the man who handles out of-hours business calls 
at his home. 

Call your nearest B.C. TEL Business Office this week and 
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King Fisherman 


Last Adjudicators Named 


Bennett, Aides Going 
To Douglas Day Rites 

LANGLEY (CP)—Premier Bennett and at 
leant seven of bln cabinet ministers will attend the 
18th annual DourIm Day ceremoniea Thursday at 
old Fort Uingley, 30 miles east of Vancouver. 

James Douglas, first governor of the crown 
colony of British Columbia, was sworn into office 
at the old fort. 


is now available at Western 
Music, Porter Muaic Studio and 
Hall and Fairfield Music Centre. 


Mi** Dorothy Davie* ha* been 
named adjudicator for apeech 
art* and Miss Roee Hill adjudi- 
rator lor dancing to complete 
the roster of judges for the Vic¬ 
toria Music Festival next spring 


music festival 


The coming 
will be held in. the hall* of First 
United and St. John * Anglican 
better 


churches, 
parking facilities than the Kirk 
Hall of St. Andrew's Presbyter¬ 
ian Church where the festival 
has been held in previous years. 


Coastal Survey 

w 

HALIFAX. N.S. IUPI» - 
The Canadian oceanographic 
ship Baffin Monday sailed on 
a month long aurvey of Atlan¬ 
tic coastal waters to be con¬ 
ducted jointly by Canada and 
the Uhlted States. 


No more entry fonts will he 
accepted for the 10th edition of 
The King Fisherman Contest 
which ended Oct. 31. 

If any weigh-in station* are 
still holding completed entry 
forms it is too late for them to 
be included In the contest. , 
INTO BARREL 

This week all entries, repre¬ 
sented by numbered tickets, will 
be placed in a big barrel. The 
barrel will be whirled and win¬ 
ning hidden weight tickets will 
be drawn by Recreation Minis¬ 
ter Kenneth Kieman. 

Big winners will be named Sun¬ 
day and they will win an all- 
expemes-pald trip for two to 
New Zealand with a week in 1 
that country as guests ai the 
New Zealand government travel 
bureau, a Vancouver Island Heli¬ 
copters weekend camping-fishing 
trip for two, or a 12-foot alumi¬ 
num eartop boat. 


Last entries; 

lake Trout 

Lakeside Store, Prosper! Lake 

Terance Marscn. 802 Trutch 
1:7. Prospect Lake. By. 


Miss Davies is well known in 
B.C theatrical circle*. Mis* 
Hill is from Hamilton. Ont and 
has had experience in physical 
education and dancing in Eng¬ 
land and Canada. 


Some sections of the festival 
will be held in Central Junior 
High School. 

The syllabus for the festival 


Courthouse 

Contract 

Approved 


Satisfied that everything was 
In good order, city aldermen 
gave the police commission the 
new On- 


green light on the 
tennial Square police station- 
courthouse complex on Monday. 

The commission will sign a 
£147.000 deal with Farmer Con¬ 
struction Company and work on 
the new building will begin at 
once. 

The decision followed a meet¬ 
ing at city hall Monday at which 
present 


the commission 
along wilh the architect who 
drew up the plan* lor the build¬ 
ing. 

(HANGEH EXPLAINED 
The meeting was ordered at 
the last city council meeting 
when aldermen said they wanted 
to know more about alterations 
made in plans to bring the con¬ 
tract prke down the $150,000 
by which it exceeded estimates 
when tenders 


Four years ago, you found nothing here but pasture 


originally 
opened for the building. 

Architect Donald Wagg ex 
plained the changes Monday 
Elevator machinery and two 
screening walls around the uul- 
sidr of the building had Iwen 
omitted, he said 
SHARP RESPONSE 
Concrete block was used in¬ 
stead of facing brick in some 
eases and ceilings had been I 
modified. Floor covering had j 


False Alarm 
Al Hospital 

VANCOUVER «CPl A false 
alarm turned in by a four year- 
old girl brought firemen racing 
to St. Paul's Hospital here dur¬ 
ing visiting houn Sunday. Offi¬ 
cials said the girl had brrn left 
unattended in the hospital s re¬ 
ception area while her parents 
visited m patient. _ 


Today, you find nothing but success 


On Sept 28, we launched Phase Two of the Rambler Revolution 
Sales are up 63% over this time last year! 


Phase Two offers more than 70 superb power options 
and features, ranging from full power equipment to 
AM/FM radio to disc brakes There s an outstanding 
line-up of 6 and V8 engines, too, including Torque 
Command, the revolutionary new six that acts like 
an eight. 

No wonder Phase Two of our revolution is a great suc¬ 
cess. No wonder we re increasing plant capacity and 
boosting production again. 

No wonder our field is bursting with activity. 

See your neighbourhood Rambler Dealer today. Test 
drive the luxurious new Ambassador, the fast new 
Classic 6 or V8, or the delightful American. You’ll find 
the 1965 Rambler that's exactly right for you. 1 

After all. when it comes to building the car you want, 
the field is ours. 


From a once quiet field outside Brampton, Ontario, the 
first phase of the Rambler Revolution was brought to 
Canadian car buyers. 

It was our compact car—a complete success In four 
years, we've doubled our plant capacity. We vb boosted 
our production five times over. 

On Sept. 28, we launched Phase Two of the Rambler 
Revolution with our 65 cars Public acceptance has 
been tremendous. Our sales shot up 63% over this time 
last year. 

What is Phase Two of the Rambler Revolution? 

It’s three completely different Ramblers in three com¬ 
pletely different sizes with a full range of models— 
2 and 4 door sedans, wagons, hardtops, convertibles. 
Hav^ we turned our back on the compact car? No 
Our youthfully styled, compact American is the best 


performing, best-looking compact on the market, yet 
it's still the lowest-priced. Canadian-built car. 

Our completely re-styled, mid-size Classic offers power¬ 
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trunk space. 

And this year, for the first time, Rambler quality is avail¬ 
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is larger in size, longer in wheelbase, totally new 
in styling. 

To meet the wider tastes of today's new car buyer. 


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AOr-wei IW T tna 1 >». ' Intojred I 


MANNING In Virion* Bf . tm 
VAravaer 11 1*1. Sli TTuimaa 

Wallet Mantuns a*ed II year*. I 

•••r m Pelroiia. UmMia Counit 

Uolari". and a rrudeai id Vic- 
titoia 5* many sear* lata lie- 
item* 3M i-ail't blreat 

Arranaamenl* will la •nnounnad 
later at lha Nandi Mtrluart Lob. 

I lad. Direnun of Funeral baryte*. 

PH1LPOTT At the Veteran* Hue 
plus .«t Noveinber IS. 1*4. it* 
ortol Perry !•*» Philpoft a*ed SI 
year*, of 1121 )U>* Knad. \V 
line, iwra ■ Herfurdafurr. Eos 
land and a rratdroi of VuNuna ('« 
tna net 3 year* formerly of r* 

| lea*. UM He lea tea M« tovtal 
I wile Helen, a toiler Mr*. t>o 
■ May) S pm rvr of Mmwe J*» 
Sato. lueer* and nephew* He 
I aia predeceased hi a Dcafhe' 
Wilwm Ptulptii in 1*1 Col. Phil 
noli aaa a tile mem net of the 
Rutal Caned la it LeCHiei and petor 
| to tua relimrew Hi Die *p»i lai 
advtaer lo the Deputy Manner. 
Dept id Veteran* Altain 


Reyair Drpt. 

Aitem.itou ictorrete rari<en ar.4 
a*w*r work. Pi.une J» i- 


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Sheet Mptal WnA Plumhtinp Heal 
,ne InMallaLoti*. Oil Burner* 
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off it r. hoi its 

( IsssifM t oatplrr, S :M 
p.n. to «*i p m. B*n* 
peato Office. I* km. to 
I.M p.m. Moaday to Fri¬ 
day iarianive. 

CLOSED K4T* *I»AY 


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D A Whtakre VTW PWe SI real. 
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ka* K-apnal uto .Votember 12 1*4 
a MisMir, Jam* EVaaheth. a 
■Mer f.* Allan a«d Andr* 
TTianfc* In Dr L. E Itei* *ttd 
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at San Francisco. No one was injured.—(CP) 


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Racular itatoUir* adrartlae- 
maiua ma- b* pi* r w tl *t to* 
oseWet a ia am. to * w pm. 
iki '.lx day arwto to auMinatut. 
Monday to 3 ridey inrtutov*. By 
irlrpfuto *.N am 1) 5.UU 
pm Moaday tm Baiurday m 
cum v* 

All ciaaBBfd wtiidHiUy to* 
mu* be ut Uu- piurwan .» 
Vhbtota Pmi LU JKU thnig. 
la* Slrrat. by 4 nu p m a u» 
day pritu lo pualuation »r. 
to* #xrrpi*in the; rp; hto Sun 
d*< OMhtotof touto H * » 4 «J 
p m. y'nday. 


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)'un*i*l wr*im will be held m . 
Tlntoj Nmmnbrr It. al l.M pm 
•n lb* Thomtoto and li-vta* Eun*r*l | 
Chaarl. Canoa Brian Cowan official j 
■n* (olk—»d bt iBfmiaat la tor < 
Vrlrrane Omrlrn _ 

' R.'DDY -Nnwrmarr 14 1*4 at f I 
Mery * "Itort Edith Joan Rudd. I 
• OS CnarhKrtl Bmi. «ldw* ed- 
Martln RuJ*> e*wd 74 Mt* . 
Ruddy da* f. * marly nt Ortlllwiai-a 
NortB Vanfluvrr Suniird 
dau*ht*i* M'V Mai 
knray Virtona. Mn 
ar. Vlrtonia Mr*. Lu 
nv Pnfirr Rupert. K*o 
arl BtKhf' ua 3lnilan<1. 
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Sf Paine* a Chare*. JXX Beullain 
31 an TuruaUu. Nth IT. 1*4. al 
J H pis Maaa will h- .torbabd 
to the charm .to WaWn r a b a, V» 
It l« »i U M am Ha* Eatorr 
M I M> Nanas* iviafe-ant tutor- 
mmi to i hr Koyal OaA Buna! Park 
Arrangammik by toe hanoa Mm 
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TUES.. 8 P.M. 

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Plus- 2 garnet 
winner take all 
One Free Game 
Dour and good neighbor 
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SPECIAL 

STEWARDESS 

INTERVIEWS 


HIGRADE GR 9-14 W 


ALTERATIONS. AUDITION RE 
pan* and pam<in( No im loo 
■nail nr ton lar*r 

PIONEER DECORA THUS 

ev um ;_»:y f tv. 

- CONSTRUCTION NBA 

and raoranlkaual Emir, aha, ami 

memai bulidinc* 3*411! 

i. B W* CONSTRUCTION AN LOW 
a* SU 25 p*i leuarr fnoL mu 
VLA RenuvallM. 111-5513 

PtUC DRIVING. REASON AH LL 

ai** r: -."-i* lor frr* eatlmah• 


Puodra) Dmnon aya.niaki a 
Firw at car* brr*b*e many r*la 
Uvr* prefer mil to dnv*. Al 
MrCall * you Bad 4 ia.uk1i'* limnu 
■na a Alrwuan Gray, tontfcni 
difnily at Church at Chap*L 


Fir wl'b to* larr-' t A alrinw | ,i enu a ,|t / R. pip**, rr 

Into Df toiUM 111 to* arrrwa to*, - _.- -—— 

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and 1 * perm!* 0 1 u *"*nto*r h*nrfil* RELIABLE OtILIVCARE. MY 
Finn -ran *yrrair aeiary C*i per hr*n» near Nadra and Darkyaxd 
■atom v im npaa l a *4«i. _ 

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M efwr Nrkrai m * hum* aim 
rtorrr Cond refer*™*. to* 4Ato 


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Nfl Do Mi p*j mmi Ea.y Term* 


BONE On Aovwmbrr 14 1*4 ia and 

ivatoiel in Vu-tora Mra. Houma h , 

H M Btou aerd 14 yrar*. U JJ19 Z_, . 

HaulULh St. a irudMI brie torn* „ 

19U W>*.w of ftonif* Hi tor. an* T. 

lea. a* three daufRIrr*. Mr* H J .7 

KUWrto' Bum*<i -Mra Rubin* T” ■ L 

Tailor ar»i Mr. K iA«nr.. " 

Temp4e1iin all ol Vutona J mi 
tinrfr ia Vaatuuvrr and Aki in waa* wi 
V.ilun*. Ml *iandrtnldrer IS •* 

y ear *iand.mldlen. I bndhrr An _ _. - 

ill aw m I’fuiadrtohia 4 wafer*. I ''♦"arh 'Lrutoy at 

MiW lKhrl Wrjuilry m VirMta. T * P m Inirrunem Rnyai Oak 
Mra Eftl* MeKefikc ta New Vnrk I Burial Pbrti Hay-ward I Bf INiaef 
»*«• Mr* A«naa Hurwei la Lon* al Cu. dkwrlie* 

ftowm Caiifime *nd Mn. 

Du Bat* re New Jrrary 


GIILAN 1‘IUUI Pa'm tod In 
qdnt 111 pm FVrrar ChaptL 

TUESDAY 
Di )•»' Mra. J*«n Ho' 

Ui: US am. --Floral Chaprl 
TRANTER. Mr William Kradenck 

1 Upp* Floral Chapr 
WILSON Mr Norman Oawwld 

2 0 * pm 9 Paul • Naval and 
Uarrtaun Omn*. EagiamaU ltd. 

GILLAN Duudlae Raymond 
I 15 p m - Moral CTwp*l 


ISLAND ROOFING CO. 

U'M Ni'iHTH PA It* 

EV VMAJ IhiiU 


w AUr'icvnoN * 

.S.htlr aged 31 4 

llr.itil. J : IS 
WeifM in propmirtei 
C ditar I leiwre arrepied 
Culirde r* public eonlact 
upmrnr* rediured 


CUU.L LATION 
RKUrletoKN (AllVKS 
IhdKtoO. f J. iim*ra UdJdl. 

Pun Airtorm Mr* A NLaOto UAaiL 

k. Law*) SK 1-JMk 

bUBBOUTTKJ* HATE* ' 
Wharmer ram* aarviwi I* to* I* 

tatoed. SldO per mnU. 

area n«) **ir fn'wr it <**i» 

deny. U i«ii V ito M J 


SONS OF NORWAY 


CHIU) CARE. VY HOME 
•ato arm EVK51M 


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LTD. 

FEW HOOFS - RER.XB1MJ 
SO- ARE TABS - HEXAGON 
The Nam* J* thr Guarani** 
Wee F-.l m«'e No Ilrm-n pai-.n 
404 GORGE RD EV d IP 


BINGO 

1110 Hillside, Tuesday, 
Nov, 17 — 7:45 p.m. 

20 Games — Admission SI 


oresrmaki.nl. Run' coats 

■ Urmneia. repair*. 1 M Vlninp 
EV 54E1F. 

DRAPERIEK BEOIPRLADA 
niaMuo* eiderdown*. EV 1 tS30 


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AP'H.Y IN PERSON 


CHIUXtC-TB CHRISTMAS SEW 
'na **w in my hum* SM-3SU 

IJtDY DOtRES WORE IN CAFE 
*:M la 2:3* EV *«1® 


.Vinrmter 13. IW4. Mra Mar parry 
A Saiwry R N if SM Aar..; 
Drive, a reildnu hrre fur 3t year*. 
Shi leave* her huahand. Rohan; 
5 way*. Rohm and S' Jtoai May 
■ard. 3 armmtrhiidrrii. and *»r 
mid her Mr*. Margaret Hi ml**-* a 
ef Vidana She m a mem bar 
nl SI Jaiw < Anplm* Chureh anJ 
W*. a mrmner •* to* Juhde* 
Alumni and a member M the ata£ 
d lh* Rnyal Juhur* H.wpi'al 
Funeral aer»ii* i will n* held ta 
McCall 9rw* FLORAL CHAPEL 
J •dyn#i»i and Vaneei rr Si* i*i Tur« 
da> N<i* naif 13 pm Rr> Cairin 
Geurtr fMddlr offrui.iw Folk me* 
,-n .i a - .. *r* ■ ■ 


IMPERIAL INN 
Friday. November 3* 
3 to ■ p m 


FunrrbJ errvKwe will br Vld In 1 
M.Cbd Bnu FIjORAI. CHAPEI. 
inua ami Vanmuver si a <*. 
wromdey Vw i* ai I |> * a la- 
torment in C"l«rt»»d Hunal Pbr* 

BOWKETT Ockaon*' Pearefuilj 
a to* Royal Jamie* Hiaralaj ,m 
Nin IA 1*44. Ml*. Adelinr J 
BumVoea . Oeiaunu . aj*d 12 year*. 
UI* peiidnaa. 47*1 Tlmoar Hlto'r. 
Oarkiva Bay. RC Born in Bruay 
France reeding m WCiFa. H i 
F>r to* paai 52 yean Survived by 
la-hdea Mi .'Ly R«»ke' two 
am Pr-t'euar V E Itonumi' 
Vulorla. B.C Mr A E. Itokaamr 
C»dw* 1WL B.C . alao r« « ami 
•tuldmv 

San r*a will be n*ld to tlw Sand* 
W • in. r Lunttod. Mam va Oto 

I-I V CX me. .*, Tuaada... Nov 17 
w • 1 UU a 1*1 I lev 0 Foafrto 
.iff»’iat.ru uuennrni. Royal Oak 
Hunal I‘ark Flower* (ratal ulJy dr 
■-1 mr-l Ikmalkrw may tw irvada lo 


llactric CubtifiH 


MY HOME. 


CHILD CARE. . --- - 

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HOME. 


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EDOYS 


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binrd rowlmr i« Hand in# TEFT- 


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ELECTRIC HEATING 
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1 13 a m -FlraM rtuml VI CAGE BIRD SOCIETY AN 

1 13 pm. floral cn*w*t J BimI wum Norway H-iua*. lUd H II- 

_.—I . - i ad*. Friday nail 30lb. SalHrday. 

HAYW'ARD'S CHAPEL j nw_*D «-■ Admi.lanrr 23._ 

M»mb*r Onto* of lh* Gilden Rule 

Sto-e 1 « ttohdre An,* 1*2 dO 4.0S7 AND EOUND 

The Hay ward Family 
Bn*-* M. L*' dee. F1mw«rly ct i 

C**ary 

TU RRrtl'GHTDN sT EV«-.13IW 


WANTED 

SECRETARY f»r LEADING 
1.1(1. INSURANCE COMPANY 
in brand-new .dlirr- H'*ir*. 
I 43 la 4 L. Monday to Friday. 

STENOGRAPHER I- lead de- 

C rn.eru in LAW rtRM Mitot 
y* >hortoand 


FULL COVERAGE 
CLASeiriEI) RAILS 

77r pm lute per day. 7*< per thr 
Fa ltut* d*) 1 tl 17 pn line lu 
a.x da-. > Alan-* ial«a ap^iy Ui 
pauai. 1 * inaaGaaM Mdiuman 
aa-*iuaemrru lei nnr* aily. Caw 
Ira 1 i ate, ua atwi.iaUo n, 

mnh Nutlcw . 5 •* per inaaojun 

.Himifn. tnMrmmn, In Me 
Ulan am \uUim. Caitla of ThaiUM 
Dwaui and funeral Nuurn. nut *\ 
uaeduw U line*. $2 m link Inaen-* 
and |D 1 aubaequani .-werteai* 
Lato additrtnaj 1 me. 77e daily 


RELIABLE MIDDt.F. Ai.h U»H H.T 

wi'i rare fur your home and ;wo 
wi ::e y"U are on a trip. ll.g:-i'V 
referen. r* Vi«-tnru l’rr-» B-ix J:r. 


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WiX.'LD PERSON WHO PICKED 
up mud parrel by mlatakr al 
HdiFeW* Ba\ pleaae reirn to toat 
and f-ajnd al Hudbti a Hay 


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OKCHiSTRAS 


I lEVnFU PR1 XING SPRAYING. 
-■•ma»4l« Lari* attode and Puil 

-e,'- yvauef ,lgrrp .miipr 

aurrd Ulili, A CiMrto Tier < ■ 
f -to* Ltd KV . 1*7* r r* EV 31*44 


MUTUAL UgiTPMLNT 
RLNT.VLS LID. 

Oiple'e line of r »•;,« W»nrl», 
..nr* la'Ii l-»-4. «.: cimptaa. 


SULLIVAN' A' Vfirrana' Hieiklal 
m Nw 14. :•*! Paiitok Suin'an 
ajrd M. f-rmerlv uf l^V- Kagu. 
malt R.wd, l»m C'aiiuy (ur*. 
Ireland. UH • real deni of vw-inr** 
tk mam >*ari aerved win lh* 
RCN durtiw h* Ural World War 
Njnlved by * amier M-*. Kai* 
Caahman. GuilMfi. Whito Gal*. 
Irefand 

Prn'era will b* tad In % 
Patrto k * Chu—h HaAlam Sir*** 
Oaa Rail, on Thurwiai. Nov D ai 
IF pm and reayuai e i maaa will 
h* relrbrolrd In the ftiuirh to Re* 
Fr M J M,-Nainar* <*i Pn.hu 
N"» J* at U 3h Inleranml in »he 
Vetoran*' C**n*len Hayward a B C 
Funeral C-. IbrarOr* 


nH'.NTRY GROUP HAND FOR 
It* fur New Y.ar'a dam-e. Phone 

GR *424* 


MISSING FROM GORGE. 10-FOOT 
while rlinker nnrbuai. Reward. ITi. 
EV A**!» 

U*T - SILVER BRACELET. BF. 
iw*»n Blan'hard ami Johnarw and 
Rny al Theatre Reward EV : *a*T 


DANGER'II d TREES FELLED, 
•tump* r*nvn-*d Frra *«limatra. 
GKK5*v*7. GHa:F74 

MTEVTfKir m>IP _ AM< TR5E 
nm-ivai prun.ug inaurod R. am- 

•tor EV 4 IMS FV • 52*4 n*i 

DAVIS BROS. COMPLETE TP KB 
•erxii-r f ee* eaiima’e*. 41» tou 


« nt mpma.bi.il y allarhed 

'he,* (ewUun* 

1 beri'inai interview, pie*** 
Mu* Squire*. 


Evenina* 1S4-4US 


Flaatief wag Ewadtag 


tma Campnrll. aged * )*wra 
Burn a Na.ra. (at . Paa4n> m 
Vu-tuna. B C . tor the paM li 
staii late reader** UU Oitoham 
Ave Prr d eceaaed by her huahand 
innaM Norman CampbeiJ .Kant 
1VS7 %lrMved b» Iwn MuBhtora I 
Mra. W. M -Thelm*. Urairw.i ' 
KuKmr Ore and Mr* J A 
tNormal Bnevn Edmueilm. Alla 
one am, Uirm N CAmpncl. . 
F.ianMnirt. Alto alto UI (rand 
ehildten and 7* (real (randieul I 
dren. IWO brother* Bert K ne t 
F.aan. Saak and Arrtu* f'raari i 
Kmi>«. Man 

Service* uill Iw held ,n the Sand* 
54-r-wwm Limited Memorial CTw I 

pel .if Ovme, on Tiumbi 
IT l 144. al I phi Be. ii W 
>4*iinaer Lee* ofTieiaUnw lm** 
eei Boyai Oak Buna I I tor* 


BLUE BUDGIE 


DRAKE PERSONNEL 

EV 3«:j 


STEWART ft HUDSON 
LTD 

HaJ-dwnnd Fl *r* La-d San.k-4 and 
fukihed 

Via' 1 Aitov a and Ia~> T ea 
Atolh ed 

Th* Nam* I* The Guarau ea 
Fra* Kitimate* No Dioyi |*» men. 
toS GORGE RI> »:V 43211 


LOST YOUR PET* HOMES WANT 
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TERMS OF PUBLICATION 
The Vieuela Praia Lid. ahaU aw 
be Iwnto p» ■ai-inaankm of a*i> 
ad\ erLaemem beyond Ine amount 
pud fnr aurh adverflae iii e ii l. 


APPLIANCE REPAIRS 


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WASTKO-GIR'. 40 TI sn SLIM 
• '•rart.iv. rdura’ed a t 4 

■ 1 P- and needing an nhe ■. ri 

mala •n*nnanum r-a *b.m-. *•■.. 
vi Can n. >r nli'.ii m i 

1wniin»'i!. Ik--.i:u and -nap 1 „ 
'rller Vrib .a H. \ 7*1 


Thl* poaition alhrda lh* nppnrtum'y 

li* a pai-timr ra*hiei to our 
•• i-uunt* in. Apidnant* mu-l '» 
eMiennweil and able |u handle a 
hea'y y.kumr iranaariiun* *n- 
*pi-rd and nuinn A«e 25 and 
mn pule rir.l Aisdy Mund*'. in 
Friday. Id a m. 1 p in end 3 *i 4 3u 
p fn F.inplmmeri fUttre 5«a Ikior 


in tnt »»ral at an error arrurrlng 
lha Into Illy at Vkeaona Praia Ltd 
anali nof earned the chart* fur l hr 
apace actually ar,yaked by lha Heir 


Br|tl«h Cnlumhia 
Deparimmi of Edia-atitoi 
-Technical and V iratv-mai Bra nr b 

r DRAUGHTSMAN 

Grad* 1 • 

requirad f.w Vocational CVrrlruium 
Uiviiion. 

— Rl RNABY — 

ML ALIFICATH IN ' . 

I. ArtUtir background I EARS THAT EXTRA MONEY 

2 Experience in in* Graphic Aria arawng leamilul nametir* and 

area rbriwmaa Dll aeu by Ai on Na-' 

3 Aboliy io think ereauvey leujii adverliaed and un,<ndi'K*v 

4 AOibO to work well with other* all* gw rani red they aril them 

, ._ aetve*. Bei-ma an Avon repreaenia- 

L Tn w a para litw and haw aega I,y, Ph<ne EV 47*45 

live* - - — ■ . . — 

2 T»> prepare lainu * IARCE WHOt.RSALF. FIRM RE 

L Tv prepare fcktaiitl *nd ptoota quire* rttaa Herb wits typing and 
'»v*kret*ng traimag E\pe-mi-» 
;• -'•■ ■ Marng raiarv fcas pet 

m.*itb ApH« to i«n hwndwnung. 
Victor a Pteaa fk»y 


WALlJKF. Nrk It .<<44 •: Vic 

ton a rredrnrk William Wailr* 
<413 Lawndale Sf.. a natu* an "I 
Virtnrya Mr Waller wa* a D, 
rreair if Rllhe CarwMldated O' 
• U a member -k Oak Ha. I m'ei 
Church Suni'ed to- one en 
M'Wran. Virtona. Kiur daughter* 
Mr* E-5to*t Lantnr' Andaraa. 
Mr*. Hamid Eli.*" Eiwlaed 
Mra Henry tie Mae' Ratarvfw, 


VICTORIA 


‘i i HI ■' ir- ANONYHfil'A 
Hav nr trukilug “ 'n your drinking’ 
Cei'a.' Alcohol r* Aneiym-ai, al 
KVS'GS CO. B.i* L V.cmr.a. 
R C Cnnftdant.ai 


JIM DUNCAN 

FI'** tandlna and ref.fiiah.bg a 

per.raced wurkmanahio Fi*.- #e 

male. EV 5 7-04 .» EV 11 

ALL TYHbJi Of FLOORS EXPERT 
ly riraned. waned and puii.ned hj 
machlna. Hunn out acre• 
Gregg a EnaOi.ihed 1S.W KV 4 50.3 


aflar aad if nal made afwll nr 
he crawld»red Nn claim will be al 
I «**d to* more than on* tornrrem 
Ibiarikw not (iw error* not aflrrHag 
Ihe value of the edverHaemeet 
All eaiimatea at amt ar* aaara*i 
■tola Advartiaer* win be tfwrged 

»uh apace actually uaed 
AH advertiwng copy will he atm 


I rick layer* 

AA • r HI MN * YS~AMO 

etc EV 2-URL 


BALLANTYNE S 
— for flowers — 


ATTRAFTIVi RESID C T A H I F. 
ady w -ru— u, meet auwv-:: grr. e- 
eun. 4" Vi Mai ■ ui-Able V.n 
bi-7* Pre», H."* 415 


d"FT In. Vbrtoria. B C <w Nrn 
14 !*d4. Mr* Joan FLw Dufl at 
3M Cook formerly at Calpan 
and RarJM he iwer 3# year*. 
She 1, *urviv*d by Ihrra daughier, 
a «w to law and daughter Li-Cal 
and Mr*. Vic4**r Villa at V-rinrla 
V *a Jr.-to Duff and Mi*a Ma-- 

f irm Duff. t**h at ihe rrwdenra 
air •*«. RoheC aad De«id. hnfh 
nt Calf*-’ fawdrat and Thoma* 
bo"; it Vannwiver: fww graadchil- 
drrn and .ev grea'-rrandrhild 
rae *i«'er to Buraahy R C end 
one br-itner in Regina Na-k See 
waa a memhar ai the In at Rent 


HIGRADE CRAINS 


E\’ 4-05N3 
Chargp by Ptxxif 


fa>pp<aa and Heating 


Camara Rapain 

CAMERA Rr palps. KKNKRDV - 
*34 Claremcnl. (ordoea Bay. S7P44U 


(ML FI H NAPES INSTALLED 
AND FINANCED 
Ha Down I*aymr«Ui. up t-i a >ra< 
FREE KkTIMATT.y 
R,«F. Ft EL CU LTD 
17C0 Ikiug;*a si * 


WARhiA'.t BLKLAU 
l.irrn*ed 

P. , >*inl Sen -.w 
Pgi<t- - • - p--d F ee 

■ Ha* 337 V .'t-ina 
e* *:* <-in/idra'.al 


WbUa •*■*** aw* » Will »e 
mad* ta forward repl e* to hr.. 
number* to the ad**rUarr ai am 
a* »uHr. we acoent nn liahftit* 
In reaper* nt kwa or damage al 
I'-red to aD** Harwich either fail 
ur* .*r delay In forwanPig *urt 
r»»>:e* however mu*rd. wtiathee bi 
hegt.fence or ofherwl** 


BROW N S 


• T . Iirapar* other matn-ialg re¬ 
lated to uw Graph* Ar<- 
salary Hang* So* gnu 
Thi* ;• not a CVil SrrvH-e ap. 
poirymenl hut In frirnl Civil Sen 
*■* coodiii'toi will apply The i*.*l 
tern ia included in In* Federal Pro¬ 
vincial Tran .mg Programme 

Pet anna inlemied *K»i'd *end 
Iheir *|*il-a'i-*i giving lie 
'"•Lh ed ural.on eipeiiehir 
ami fi-Ierem-e* <•■ 

The Dtrevi".' 

D'-iiei uf Vora' ohai Curnt 
to'*' Hi '..ngdrai A>ra »e 
><i UNARY 1 •< 1 
lluaing Dale No\emuer 221k 


WILSON- Paaaed away m Velaria 
BC Nm H. 1341. Norman O 
W !».*», laic of 741 Adm.rat* Rd 
Virliw.a. H C and fnrtnartv 
Aa'vroto Inland a led V ee-. 
Survived >.v hi* wife M-'llran' R 
Hen*., ««u Lieu Dr-nald XV .g 
Worn and Kenneth P •* Van 
rraiver and t'-ree (rand, h'ldrer 
Su”i'-ed a'*o hy j * neirni. M- 
ard xtr* V P <• *e „( 
l*lnrvl iw twolhee. Edun-d P 
rf N e-h X anm.iver and tv, - 
at Jee* 

The Rev .7 A. R..her*a ur. 

'Dl *h* h.n* . •*...** .*■ Toe* 
■ 1 . N o 12 -v at ? m p m. In 
P***' • 'Garr1*rai' ChurrF Eujui- 
to#I' RC frfl. i wnd hy- rrema'ym 
MoTall Rr-w In rare of a-rani#- 
menl* 


In the Heart of 
Yu-tori* for 52 Years 

'H6-n.VI5 KV 4-::.YJl Nights 


HKST.CLA.no CARPENTRY KF. 
PAfllS AUHTto.<H AND REV ‘ 
VATU.NS. AL*' »rer riaiM-t 
MAKING HI-XViVVY I <t.XT. 

s»TiNFAi*rtu\ 1 . imvn-i -. 
FRFL ESTIMATES. CALL EVANS 
<-*« 77*4 


Ft R-NACE5 IRSTX1.LEU. R Ailth. EMI 
Punier*, melal w-Kk Art. '.V I-!*: if 


WANTED WOMAN TD UVE IN 
and help rare fra 2 arhrag girl,, 
light h>4l*r dulir* new bme 
. . •»» w-r h:rg 477 43*4 aPer I 


• 1 . -i* 1 »erv 1 ce* will be held In 
XI 4-.'; R~- FLORAL CM XPEI 
on Turwla' Nov 17. at !« 15 a m 
he Dr K. J Pararaw offa-a'ing 
FuHiaved h, iraenatbai 


DCXCAY HUREA' 

1 Nlbraul Chamber .if t'.eniwaera 
lUdg., Put Off:.* Ra* 1« Offlra 
and leiepuowe tymra 1pm to S p m 
'•- to- to Fndav Inrtaxve I*h>irf 
Du-vran 744-3411 .» 744 toV 


RESTYLING. REPAIRING t XPl 
MtiReta amall lur*. b* N 
• p. --i ti• it vraia u 

um Paul »X Beaci. EV.'U- 


ncAntr 


age INTELLIGENT PERSON mR GEN 

e*al ’tfTirr dune, mini have Grade 
' .#■ hette' ahi* lu itleri ihe puh 

uto permanent pnaiiiori State qu*;.- 
flian-aia lo Virtma Pree* Box 424 

1344 ! EXPERIENCED SALESLADIES 

_- and a**n,1anl raxhier .tore Jewelry 

Pote I’armanenl Virion* Prra* 
B. x 42* 


REPAIRS ALTERA 


Gardaaing 


4t TRAD! SCHOOLS 


United Slate* eepeeaen'aro.-i 
D* CLERQ4 E SHANNfiN 
New York Obimgn. Delfr*' Clene 
land Atlanta San Franc ev lea 
Angela* 


CARP*NTT K RM 'AIRs ALT RR A 
lie* guitar* iHCr* lile and ce¬ 
ment 11 pi.trll, KV 2-a402. 

STAIRS. GARAGES REMODEL- 
1m*. framing, air. D Fowii* an 
EV 47103 


M:-* Dai*' Maud Rawling* llud 
iru" agmi T3 year* B-ra m Hath 
lour , *nd twwd.-ng in X'lCiada 
BC fta- th# pa*1 * year*, .-ur 
Vi,rd bv her huahand. Genrw. at 
lyitne 'aw wm. Arthur loaidman, 
Vtreia-ia tbrra daugbiaf*. Mra 
F Ai. w nemo Mra. W >Au- 
mra- Ferry r ViCorto Mr* P 
Anita 1 Mafwvreaik. Edm-eWrei 
Alfa . al*" five grarvlrhildrra 
throe H i » . Mra Ivy F"W3er 
Vw Hrra DaWw and Mra Dwi* 
HrtW. Nnr W —» I edlle 
Davie* nwx -fd and l e phnn la 
EngMniL 

Serviira wil he held In Ihe Send, 
VI ■* nA Lnwiwd Memar.al Du 
pel of (Si. me*' .*> M'edneartay No* 
I* 1*S| al I »• p IT. Re, T H 
MrXIhvte- ntl.'- ».nr Ibiermero 

* the R.<«* n* Cerr.r‘ “ , 


HRKNTNV'XOJ GARDEN SKRX A 
Itohdaraping. lawn* ma, Ienx.- 
iil-UTua* European iralbed ga'dem 
Call anvtlme during ihe w>-. s. 
•nd Run ahar l p m «T»: 1 .<• 


THADi TKUMNG 
OrpORnMTIUX IN HC 
VOCATION AL SCTI(X)I S 


gui HutfE in r.xcHAxnr. for 

■whyarttinw and IlgM houaetewng 
Game rwmuiyeralirai. rawed mufher 
w*ioane. EV 34W4 

ml esTady FOR MintY 

■aid* rrawder 5-day week ArMv 
" P*»ei "««'♦. R*ton-y and C.YIY* 
»*4>. TI* Fnr 


--d l-.-n" bv lie Fn-Lfyj a-d 
Provl.'.i al GiiVernir.ei-<« 
rramln* iiiportiimi.e* a-« ..He ed 
'.■ *uilu!(e an,. 1 anl* r. I A»n 
prentire*hio trade Training lead.bf In 


GENERAL CARPENTRY FOUND* 
linn* repaired. ie*ewi larking up 
EVJ-4444 

EXWERIEHcSTix AI.IT RATIONS 
and repair*. rahin*4 making, iaihe 
lurrying 344147) 


HALF IHICE PERMS NEW RAY 
Hrauly *31 Pbndurm EV 4 M44 


HAIRDRESSING SERVICE •- f r 

permanania tm *hu4ina. KV4 4i*u 


BASKBALL 
OPTIMIST BLNGO 


Mauriee i34Una Mr* Onto lame 
«»' Mra '•ton iVarwei ah the." 1 
Obtow ard •• rawhy in raw ra 1 
.-enl ■MMM mm .4 raw iwbned 
•■her arui ifranmaowi XX- •>* 1 
*'W. lo n.,oa Dr Vlllirarau and 'be 
. »r V Hw. \-eterarw' H wir'al T*- 
iv.ee* and ihe F»*f 1 / ftm! Have*. 
il-wfU'ai and the arnbij'-im- - pe-. . 
• eirrl ■/ the S dne- V <vm'e»- F, - e | 
Drawi-niryu Ckrt wruvre ''«*• ' 
Mel R«lih,*in. l.d Raima ok Ted ! 
dark Cha-Te De'ehira Roh hew, 
ard train Marahall fe a.-.Tie a* 
P*Hbear**R Cane F Vaughan 
Hiram and h» (iaude t-eraew -V 
4avk Klnwil Dapil rt H wm 
D> e Run*-' f» -R 


RELIABLE BABY UTTER FOR A 
lew hour* ea. h da. Dwaday L. 
Fnda' Preferahr* mi hrane Phene 
SP’flftT 


IR ALITY Xk'uRK AT REASONABLfc 
ratea. Addi'mna reran ati-uva etr 
Edmatea plan* fl'nver GR *-J7«7 


HIRES JEWELLER 
f.wnpleif ihaxranieed «, • 
an’-e 7tw Ya'r, I ' 4 


DXX'ItS Am *1 Mr and V * } 
Davie* 2431 Kw4tv Pine R.wii a 
<he R-nai Jubilee H wpnal ra N.w 
11 . 1*11 a Stanlrv Eennwh 


CLUB SIROCCO 

1HS7 V.ew A 


FRAMING ADumONS REPAIRS 
EXPERIENCED RESTAURANT (all EV 5-43“ 
v**itr»»* ii.if II w in u S-- 
pm X da. * a weei Apal.v tn *■ 
bat. 74* K. tT ti 


FRAMING. GUTTER.'. ST»:P> RE 
paw* rumpu* n«en« KV 5-1313 


ITHERINGTON Hm t.» Xlr *nd 
Mr* P R E'.henng'.ei *70 Vad- 
diar-n Oraei at 'he R>" al Jubilee 
H-wp.lal -» N nemher ]«. 144) a 
daufttner. Kim 


74 Ganie, 

Ad.nueuei t: <W 
Lvtra laid) 

3 Evt-a Gar.e* jbe Per Caul 
Gra-1 Neighbor Gau.ea 


HUGH X ■ e*oher 1444 *1 V 
i.v-i, Ed-, ard T'dd, 4..41B 1 '. 

7737 A«i.-::"- Street Mr fkxiri 
')•• horn Fng'and and had 
real led m V-*ona fe ihe jw*' M 
'■a:* He baa a veteran nf the 
7W‘. Rat' in 'he Flrai Wrald Wa* 
Mr <e*4gh 14 auntved hr three 
hr 'her* Erne,' and A' f rad X"' 

■ . - and \X'H"e- Rnrlmgirei 


Fra 1 r ■*! La'dacapi-i 
1 Ka’inya’#* EV ' 


HNISHlMi OAH.NETfy REPAIRS 
L W keerae V. ew 


WANTED AN EXPERIENOrn 

wlk pre*b* Dm »*gr* are paid 
Mr n ,i-UI r.’ ••., '► 

CVanei* IN* r •* roan 


IAHGE INfRMTTUAL CONCERN 
■eguire* a navrakl and •rtiaa'imf 
lark age 1* u> 23 Grade XII An 
idi-wn mii have awnude f- 
'ugirea Ktoederg perenutwawl <n» 
mraimlMe* a.*ne 'tpro* ree f erred 

■■lai’avf aa-ai'. II7N a rnor" Atx- 
Nan«»! Vgnpii.in rail Nerv '• • i><w 
’.filar Al 


BARKER LANIWCAPIN 
Sir* Work. !•«:...» r-i La a 
all*-* Yerm, UV7MJ3 


FUR CARPENTRY. FINISHING 
and rahnwii. nail 477 340. 


BANLF.Y Bran to Mr and Mr* 
Draruran Hame, 'to4 Xlr Roa.1 
a' A< Joaeph < ILwpiUil -n N-a 
V 1 MH ■ dauBhler S'erdwrar 
A-to 4 -a a a a*'.' 

r*e*rt Ijnda Hr, P* - ro and 
Karen Thank* D- .1 L. HeT.-, 
nan and maiemii' wa'* 


DOOR PRIZES 


«snrw» PU31N cook fnri : n« 3 

■ '* *»*aFt i,f 1 ki) n gue** h-xwe. 

•f to a * to pu. XI .d to' 

.r 1 v- \ ’ft, 


Ha*V‘hk -•altli-g date. Feh- 

■ >V I'*' 

'I'l.'.tra and -'earrlUli’g h'arl- 
? datr hehrttori er. 1*4' 

't-rit Mr'at -iarli'g da'e. Feb- 
T V ■ 1*44 

.'ln>''ua' -Sl»rl Erert.en Mart- 

dale fet.ruar 1M*. IH..'- 
- tn Pxinling Marling il*i* Jan* 


ARMSTRltNGR A IklMIMuN <'!.. 
CkUT • la-e,t ;r. Ir.la .1 aral c.rtei, 
3 4 DAY '*ie*l •• ’ W«aT‘'iM;-*l* ■ - * 

ry area rair <w-ne'» and i ir'irum tie.; .-..j. 

oiie .1 and :n*talieil ,'iaj.darit Fuiru 
i.rv 1 - 71? Ya'r* <•. FV.'Vi; 

HOI HIGAN N CARPET AND LINO 
*u|HiLrd and iiwlalled E«ti.-na'e, 
fr.m tin Pan.la-, EVt.'kr.. 

I .AMHFiKT F I i * >P'~l ARPF.T A' ' 


ROTEHOUND SHOP 
13*4 H.l aide A tee ! 


W4d Red' ftiuri Pa. • 
Upper shil lj'>'er Ha 

Lou rr Ua.. 1 me enter 


Pail,Fen and 0*c*f4»or« 


BAKFR 


LEWH In • hartohad and kntog 


ARX’fE IVre 'n M: and ' 
•P.ana* T Jar* ve Yf» C, 

R.wd a' * J.wet* k H. 'pl'a! 

r-.da- X.e eynher 13 11*1 a 
Da -m Th«.~ea« * 3 -v* 

h-rehe- - r l totuae 


EXPFR1F Nr F.D WAITRESS 
• ■ ftg 'renaed re*tauran- 

and evening *MP*' EX' 4 w '~'. 


FREE BUSES 

Uad - ; we (and o<ei I <«i. 

REMEMBER. THE MORE 
WHO COME 
THE MORE \Ui PAY. 


WHY WAIT” 
Spruce up Hip inu-i inr cf 
jour lirrtic NOW |/i pro- 

fi 'ion;il. do i! Biul. ax'nid 


(yew and rake 

ll* frrifll 

r*rf|!HNl <*.' !i«w 




nr v--' »fi*i %< - ioi 

Aut.imf-v* Mwhanir 

dm#* l^t-. 1*i6 

(Mt 'Ifiliinn . 

KtHnmrv 1V ; .. 1%S, 


INDEX TO H AST AD HEADINGS 

rta'tJPra-' C 

Na | 

Sa'e «nd Wan'fd I'd •- " -.va . 


Cement 


a'l'inai Mmol — 
■ •tie Merhanw 
Fibriarv 1 '" 1 *£N 

' Dulv Me.fcai-,; 
F'ehriiaryr 1S4h 1345 


•■mar; 


LONDON BOYINUCLIB 
Ot \ UTOKI.\ 


A One* 

A ui - a Ip Rrm FYj-»;'.''~ 1 
A-w- -«■ 1 ■ P—L UrCurhured 

A *r.tnt»'i W ap'ed , 

A .-J H »1' • Id Pi '"ft 
A-i 0 R'ruir* and :>eytee 
A. ' Fu arain* ard Irvu’-sn'ro 
F i« Mjiiciyu 4-wl Orcnaa'ga* 


liiAitO 

WEDNESDAY. NOV. 1STH 
VICTORIA HALUiOOM 

tfuO leaarmtk Pt 
Ik Prj-, 

FVee 11 n*.) Cafn* 


B < Vraatlonto Si m. 4 - RED HINA 
Au-'ifrue 'v e Mra-'ign. S'att.tig 
dale February 1 : 411 . 134S. 

liravi fhi'v Me.l.ani. . BLp:'. r ■ 
da 1 * F'ehnaai - IX h IK'. 

Carper'-darting dale. Feb- 
tua'> KSL !««, 

I’refrreni* uT.I he given In h' >' 
'all' BI appHianta over 14 yeaia ,-f 


I- - ' I! -ml I’ll I 

WArrRFyft. II'V 'RH a PM 3 


ItCPRU ' NTXT7X ' ill 

and U* - - -*i. e. . .* 

» » <* ' I D !• Ib'E'SA • P • 

panrula.* to X'-. 


WANTED F 
work Livy 


R .. and 'lartp* 
R . dsni; *'mckle* 


10 FUNERAL DIRECTORS 


P.-ii.f’rhingers 


I EMENT tu.NTHALT 


cnapew It* 1 re'eil III 

,|i -merit*. 1 •' ng 


•*TT R FNifl J DAYS 4 


it Xortn l’ 


I!-'* * j 

r M and t% r 

f>r.rxN» la R#m 1*' 


TiFpr^ r^rpr!«. 


li'fv ‘i iT»rdialri l. 

Th* «.f Aw-’c 

and Indium*I Tr«urunf. 
411 DunRrmiif: SUr#: 
VANCOCVER 1. Bf. 


SANDS 

Ft v;k.V. c:ixu:.L Ac I.FATHER 
Co.wood Cornell C. , xxt BC. 
GR ASST. 


Tra.-un.' Muanra*, t.ji 
I.dU'pmrr' 

Aei Ob' Gi'*e m f -• 
F'rae tranwpra*at -tn 


Do, FNinerala and Lalge 

N-e ee* . .... 

rdu.-a-i.ei.— 

Engagement, 


WEilH A 

i.V4*»C7 Papertviaa ng | 
1/jnK oean. ai. > i 
x-nekmanw ;p T-i.r'y 'e»'. 
eiu» Viv-.j.-ia TrrTr,* if de. 


.*-. War. 
A.IualiUh, Wan ed 

•> 'orwi W a-'ed 

SJua'am* Wanted 

h'emalei 

Xfkir ng dlouda 

)■ -- aji*1 Furry 

-:-*i.)l 

r *ir her* Wanted 


FI .,1 .Y UI A LIFTED F’HARMAfTST 1 
Ve red i ■ large ' *ral dr part r 

•t-r* Immedia-r emplny'tnetit piu, 
TaP hene'i’, t.i am-aiJe ar. 


-v .HANDYMAN WITH TRUOi. ulili 

xiePHRRRIY |Vih| done in mediately H.it. billing; 
un Treiiair-r i gardening avra- w-gk. puinUng. sPF.CTAI. RATF. 
Dictrirt No **.!>“'* Lautrd 354(323 mg. panting an- 

- xir.N xvmi fwatT* ntrrK. u’.^' (Vvlrr 


THOMSON ft IRVING 
Funeral Chapel 
E,L HI! Fwmtoiy of Wmtoprg 
A rHgmfed and Urvlerv’anAn* 

Ai Mort^CR f < *1 

PHP. NEED AT .NEED 

SinPMEXTS 

.SIX Q -idra ■-•mat ph.ee EX I .«! 


BINCX) BINGO 

DRA Hai 7M A'lmiral* Road 
3 p nL: Wedneaday . Nov la 
Ca-h pnae* up in wnP On 

Eierv-eie »>■:. -r... 
Adm.a.i. o (I i«i Lvl'e Card, : 
I’D- red* tn Chamy 


PAPER IIA tG- 
v;»,r. Intertra, 


SPECIAL PKAlTU'AL H' 'll > LKl 
COI R5RS 

■Start any t.me Indiv kual in- . 
•Lrurtion Diploma irfrener. B 
• nd UIrr al lararw- 

SnVJ'TT SHAW SCH'k O 

w: rveigtaa KV 4 SIX 

MAIVERN 'HUYb" WEhTKHt-’ - "' 

*rhm.i». t/t 1-li EV 4.-. . 


any •.■--mg BarVcmg and a .■ 
2 ibg .Frai'ibgr I'-- - i-ra.ma 1 .-* 

GR 4 ’SCT t.H4 7JT 

- YARD-1 AND BASEMENTS CLEAN 
-N ed T -** praned .» .Sp itken P‘»*ie 


39 SITUATIONS WANTED 
MALI 


LOW LOW PRICKS 

Huua* pw.ntlng r r and e>-.e>3ig 
W-irk guaranteed. H C Cartrartor* 
-. 4421 


Futvm*l DlrecKwi .. BO. T-i'.tr «t Arcommudatton .. 

t ut-l’jre . .. «7 TrtU ■ 

f-arden suonlle* 74 irac. .StG... 

r Si ore* arid Orf.era.to R*at 1ST Trat’era *"d Trttler P,r1n 

Ha l’.( Trui-h* 

y. — -t R.i.rr* hi R*" 1 131 *V Red d S*.e- ar.4 Jervie. 


PAINTING a 
:tea--*i»'iie ra 


'•IDE VSOLAN!' INN -FIHX , p,,. 

'tal.'etoal \A|** Da •! line Pre*, 

■ id pa-,. YI'I.R HR. CJ.ID V.ISY 

‘KIAR > H P » D PROUF-'SICAr rXPFP.IFsrFD W.'MAX Til 
' VRiM.s. KNTFRTAINMENT Ph »- h even. _■ . mp, ,a-. 
NVJ EV7S3-1. V.rcrA P .„ R-.a 42" 


To Sell, To Rem. To Bu} 
— Use Cl a* si fieri Dx W 


3ft FEMALE HELP 

WANTED 

VXRtATIM. -TA'.i 1 

mrrs- 


Phone 

■77 U.'l -* Sea 47%l : 



NOW PHONE 386-2121 TO PLACE YOUR CLASSIFIED WANT ADS 












' Sathl Colonial 27 

Tn«Mlay, Nuinkir 17, 1#44 


*4 TV, STEREO. RADIO 
SALES ANO SERVICE 


_ MEANWHILE. RUTH 

-- - -f --- \ HA$ RECEIVED A 

r» UCl TO at MV >1 WAIT TILL AFTER. \ 5PtClAL DELIVERY 

Vim R'ACTON n / ‘ * IRIN6 " UP AT V LE TTER. 

POUROmiCD* ' DEPARTMENTAL MEETING. 

DAtflS 1 1 **• ALDEN! •• UNTIL THEN, 

-U’ i \ -UM ■ RUMINATE OH , — 

_^L'v mw ' ti " v , Bp* 


L*«VS tCHOOL.Or HASCtVG 
L'frt. lap hal/ir halriki* *Mh> 
<u 711 VMw *rt« PvlT.'l? 


> I APPRECIATE «UR 
NOT UTTIN6 MY j 
HUSBAND KNOW Jfp 
ABOUT THE WJ, 5j ■ 

HINT, MRS. . -/ 

e miwh! 


VI TV •xEHV'ICK CHECKOVER 

lixr'iidra pinup dHIvtry Will mm- 
;i>tf il'rfyiuj i part* 'Xlr»- u»lnq 

••r latnat anafvitur 'quipnuwt and 
«•: v!c<i hv quanfiH lechTtnit* 
liuiV-r Broth*r* ft" ~ " 

KV VlJU 

used tv. from” 

n.-«wi bark guaran'i 
plianr* '•'rvk-'ntt*. 

' r~* rvN4tr 


STEWART A HUDSON 
Building Supply Ontre 
BV PULL SVAiai SV 4-331 


►"REE FILL No 1 YIHW.RY TOP 
*kl. I rruu-il auppl) EV J-MftC 


J. * MONTH 
.Quadra Aiv 
1514 Quadra 


ORDER 

TOTEM-LOGS 

210 LOGS $15.50 
Horn* Delivered 

H.VRKNETT FUEL 
2333 Gov t St. 3 Hr 


SALE PRICES SALE 
To November 21 
Ply ruts Save Vou .Mure 


MAM HE. KiiAD GRAVES. CK- 
m «ll c-aiat, f ill. GR ft-StH aftrr A 

FILL. RtlTKN Bill L- 


I 14 ADMIRAL PORTABLE 

Tl >13. Ruil'r BmUu-r* SuppilM 
175V Dnuilpa StrarI iopp. th* 


TOP SOIL. .. ... 

dan 1 *■ rapiral «*aIT EV * 

SANDY KILL - CLAY FILL. 
*.n chm Kvatafln*. 47>7141. 


11x72 I- .. .x*« 

ttx * * *,x»4x 

>.\4Ax72 '.nrta.1 * * 

•.VJJU'O -,i.xl | 

'.xa'V'H —1*1. < * t 

»,x*\4*i 1 nxan^xr -I 

*.x4N*7J I I -• 

S,x4*x72 Sand'd it •* 

■ <MM H« 

n • I. HI l .* 

N i J S,uiq<’*.L 4 .* U pa 

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Yaiei at Ctxik 


CI.EARANCE SALE 


$ 53 FORD CONSUL 
$ Full price 


$ O 
$245 SO 


No down p*>meni 
$16 |ier month 


O $ HUGE SAVINGS! O 63 CHEV Bel Air 4-I)r S«xian. 

* ° D Automatic tran*. radio. 

* D O maroon $2193 

* O OUT THEY GO! O 

$ O o BU1CK 4-Dr Sedan. 

J O A selected group of A-l O Automatic frnns, 

* O models. Bargain priced O r »dio $695 

J|o 7or quick *ale. O M poNTIAC Laurentian 

il® ® 4-Dr Station Wagon. 

J O 64 OIEV Sedan. Auto- O V8 lulomatic lransmis . 

$ O mane tran*. Radio. O sion p s radjo M| 

\ ^ P °P“ , r r ° fcwn ■«! beige $3195 

$ O niodeT $2795 O 

J O O 39 RAMBLER 4-Dr Sedan. 

$^0 63 FAIRLANK Squire O Automatic, power steer- 
$ 0 4-Dr. Wgn. V-8 auto- O ing, power brakes 11295 

$ O matic. Many extras. O 

$IO Probably ihrlnostt o 56 DOlXrK 4-Dr Sedan 
$ O desirable and most O BJue I4!fl 

$ O difficult to obtain O 55 METEOR 4-Dtavr Srati.wi 

SO of any wagon $2995 0 Wagon. 

0 Green $695 

$ O 64 FAIR LANE Sedan. O 


$ 34 TRIUMPH $ O 

$ VANGUARD $ O 

$ Full price $243 $ O 

|$ No down payment $iO 

$ $16 per month $ O 


V-8 automatic. Low O 56 IJNCOLN 2-Dr H T 


| ; for CHRISTMAS 

OAkcREST >xmd 6 A Carriage for 1 gl'RGlC 

MU Quad™ Every Doll ' 

M«1 Tun Wad TILL 1 Pit. ” ^ 1 

■ANANAS|^ 0 . 1. GNdm R.p. ^ PRAM 18'' metal body With <Di» M 

mvsmmuums. M'rp* poked. I* 4s< folding vinyl hood and rain- 1012 Broad 
™ L ™°, b B « F c “-*—^shield, folding handle, en- - 
Canned milk. Tail ia». amel finish. 


1XJI.S 

Impregnated 

I'LVNNEL 


ITIW1XG REEK Canada On 
Lean, Ih 

CANNED MILK Tau tin. 

AJpAa. 4 lina fie _ . 

JELLY IMWDER.S Nabob. 

all flavnn. T pkz» 
COTTAGE ROLLS. Lean, mart 
parkkd. Ih 

CARROT* TI RMP* or 
CABBAGE I’mn. mral. 

1« Iba . 

WiB” KalO. H*>na 
6 Tina l» 

CORN FLAKE* Genera! Mill*. 

; Ll-ca. j*s« 

TOMATO SOTP. Clark a. fanr<. 
i Tina tor 

APPLE- BC IMirMUB. Mr- 
lnlnak ar Sparl-m 4 Iba . 

reaches l»i» v*u»j, 

] Tina Re 

PORK and BEANS. Nn. T. 
i T— fnr 


SURGICM. SUPPLIES 
LTD 

»Div McGill A OmtmI 

2 Broad KV 4 8 433 


4*. - 6 w FREE FILM 

«*r 1 V.ai in ihe lin»»r rta.'.i 

4V DE LUXE PRAM 18 " metal 

b-Kty with spring frame, ^"U^r’ 

»*. chrome trim, vinyl tire*. u>-*-»ay Plan 

9 98 VICTORIA PHOTO SUPPLY 

lUti DnuSuia KVlKl 

'* 22'’ PRAM with big 6” MAYFAIR CAMERAS 
t»r wheel*, tubular handle. Maitair snooping tmiia ev 3ns! 
4V spring frame, folding hood. — - 

jn-5 IViLIS WASHER. NEW COMM 


61 I'rtio luir 
•I Try-el. 4 H C 
an I n-igla-- • 
*4 Dmr 
•* Ka«'rn 
aernn 

4* E lm n.fi i 


DciWV 

1 Ci lTlII lit ip 
r*iararler 
? SiaArn 


4 Haiti-.Slav 
3 Frank 
t Orraniia- <n 

■ aidii gp 

I Nrbraaka 

■ j »d>i 

k Track mrrl 
eu-ni 

* i Art ada.n 
lit Wriiina 
lni|krtiienl 
U Trarv-i-rU'l'41 
l»m 

• j —la i 

ie R ugh ma'ird 

sair 

IS (' fi*rn»:iv* 
P.arti 
nii-miarr 
1» C miaitim 
aufllK 

II Kr legiala- 

S--MP 

1* Equal- 


36 *tM 

i kn-m-ae 

37 llncnan 


Heinanlinii 
31 finil he i 
X‘ IT-a irnl 
I: Mulii'min 
V> Him. 

T 7 ,M- Wren lo 
fni-nd* 

III W’hreled 

\rtin !e 

41 'al. 

um.n aWii 
«S Small pail 
l- A rrafed 

V sai-k pri-eai 

VI Oranqe |eki« 

Held 

SI via- ulme 
rrnw 
m Small 

nr.-rui*r>«are 

an t'r-i id 

Irnelh 


• Hi Piece id 
fliaemg 
ft Prei»aiUi*i 


Yeiiarda.v a Puula Solved; 

M~lt ' I H »,‘HI 


$ 56 TRIUMPH $ O 

$ VANGUARD $ O 

$ A-l condition * $ ° 
$ Full price S3te $ ° 

$ No itown payment $ D 

$ $25 per month $ ® 


$ O mileage. Fine family O 

$ O car $2695 O 

$0 O 

$ O 62 ENVOY Only 10.000 O 

$ O mile*. Save on O 

$ O this $1395 O 

$ O O 

$ O 62 DODGE i?0 4-Door O 


Automatic transmission, 
radio, power steering, 
power brakes $1195 


mile*. Save on O* ™fNDERBIRD 2-Dr 
this $1395 01 H T Automatic transmi*- 

q| sion. radio, power steer* 

DODGE 3?0 4-Door o| ^ br * ke * »25M 

Wagon. V-8. aulo- O ^ VAUXHAU. Cresta. 
made, power .teer-O 4 -Dr Sedan $695 

ing and brakes, O 

radio. Less than V* O|60 VALIANT Station Wagon, 
of new price . $2295 Oj Automatic trans $1595 


■ Releaieit by Ilia Bell Syndiraia Ine.l 


MISCILLANIOUS 
FOR SALK 


-i-T- IMiLIS WASHER. NEW COMM 

lb l.i. 13 um Re, Bntiph pctaike lype-vrilce 

•ii, 16' apart neni (rwlgr. gf*Xi. 

*% DE LUXE 25* PRAM for l » ur w' 


nn^' 4*r largest doll*. Ha* 7" wheel*. SCrn 

birnl. 1-- .II.-~I k,.L. k.L.i __ »»*» nice china cablnrt. «*S» 


CANDLE LIGHT 
FASHION SHADES ~ 
"by KUZABETH ARDEN m . 
6 new shade* of lipstick* and gg 
matching nail polish. 


I* MISCILLANIOUS TO 
RINT 

rYPEWRi I ER» iuK RENT »TL 
deni rain a vail* b. a. Cndarunux- 
l.ld EV 3-i4fl 

WANTED TU RENT CAR GARAGE 
III Greater Vn-l-rt* area. EV u-.tfc.i ; 


10 CARS FOR SALI 

SPEEDWAY MOTORS 
LTD. 


$ 56 HU J.MAX 
1 $ CONVERTIBLE 
$ Full price $1 

$ No down pay ment 
$ $25 per month 


, $ 57 HILLMAN MINX 
1 Full price $4 

» No down payment 
!$ $.70 per month 


$ O 62 CHFVY II Nova 2- O 

, O Door. Automatic. Ol wr ar,,a " AU,oml "' c ._ 

J O radio. o! ,r * n *- rad, ° 51,95 

j O Was $2295 .. $2095 O 37 AUSTIN 4-Dr Sedan. 

• 0 ' _... . °! Beige $695 


62 STUDEBAKER iLark» 
4-Dr Sedan. Automatic 
tran*. radio 11795 


J O 60 FALCON Wagon. A O 


low mileage well O 58 AUSTIN 4-Dr Sedan $795 
cared for case his- O ,, „ ... 


FITS AND SUFFLIIS 


• Volkswagen 

* Karmann-Ghia 


*-(« On fur 
BACON L*dn. *llc-rd 
rindleaa. lb. for 

W r ttrrrrvr I hr Ri*h4 

‘ to Limll QuanMtiea 


^ foot hrake, baked enamel 
finish. 


VICTORIA PHARMACY 


lied as* antall fndgr enua tniir] |V>iii>|hi 
- w. M T A T VauaO. J6US 


LET THE DOGGY WASH KEET, 
fvf’V '"U- prt clran. tidy and tree ml 
il.Av.T f'^ii all year ruund. Spenal 1- — 
■ttMLJ Ehl | rale* Lit regular ruainmeri. . 

jia«. firm man Toimie. EV V9*e* I 


ihi* $ 57 k-ORD CONSl'I, 

• Porsche $ Full price $388 

$ No down payment 
$ $25 fier fnonth 


o 

tory unit 

$1595 O ' 

o 


0 

0 6'. C.ALAX1E ' 500 ’ Se- O i 

O 

dan, V8. Automatic, 0 

O 

radio, power 

a leer- O 

o 

fltvd brake* 

Many O 1 


extras. A onemwner O 

O 

unit that h«* had the O 

° 

best of rare 

$2995 O 

° 


O 

1 o 


o 


_ -By the Bentall Bldg." L.- Y(U .- AKK , 


SALE CONTINUES 1 


PRE-WINTKR MARSIIAI j, WKI.1 .S 

SUIT SALE 721 Fort KV 4-1 

RIG SAVING*' I - ■ ■ 

RIG VALIT-*’ 

Lae Aw I* Oinilnuu I I-BED WEtmAGHOCSK IT 

f<iia »i»il wnfltad Iwn-nanl air - pnrtaMe TV 
T»1 nr Ihree-hutliat ilvle. Km* 1 uaed WERTINGHOCSE mmbe 
■e erliun of ert’in Suea lor ftill . m'km ateren. i-ei-ul mndel, 
«jq «oi6 le«-lijiie A.14-KM t»d;i' 

__ ____ l tlarturd ATI rtianfter 

EXTRA TANTS TREE I’ted wrmqer w*.h*m ft«m I 

. 1 u**d r.VTERPRISE ml range 

LES PALMER *10 minute timer 

• •1 Vi,a « M | rVRB CYCUW hunter 

* Park Tree Via* tUrert Farkada and rn “ 1 ,nd 


NEED A WARM CUAT- 
ua make f.* j,*. tne ut<-»i 


KV 4-1021 "' ln « .{"r r kkh ,.«t l.ne-l vim. .nd ljt.li**' Wear 

»,ih that warm fur tr.»n jour uid'ftj, \ s ,~ im 1*3« 


-----m eah -kd tnimaiure Srhnaurer pup 

DALKEITH SWEATERS AXD p , we have a beauty Oman Ken 
maii hdig lkirii Jark Rurgett nel < Keg Murwic Rd Shawnigan' 
Oak i^ke Pb-ne C-ddile Hill T4t-33.70 


l r*ED WT_-mN<;HOt »K IT 
pun able TV SI4* 


lur coat. 

»1 ft TER S Ki RS 
J-ft Yalta Hi 


- - — ■ - HARVEY 3 PET r ’UUU ALL 

CHEST OK DRAWER* - ALL meat. 2 Ibv fur lie llarvty. Kine $ 

EV I 2514 Many mlv iiemi al IfrimmH I Mealt Ltd 27ta Quadra ai H,ll«Me -,B 1111 ! AJAX Station Wagon t 

Vartny GR HOT oprn Sunday. LV1-30: EV >3K*j ... * 


n ^ ^ ' 52 SUNBEAM Rapier. 2-Dr 

D best of rare $2995 O Hanitop B]u<( w3 

O O 58 CHEVROLET 4-Dr Sedan. 

O BUYER'S SECURITY O Br.n*n $1195 

O PACKAGE O . 

O • All unit* carry J-year O 15 CADILLAC Coupe. Aulo 
O GW 15 r « warranty on G ma,ic transmission, radio, 
O parti and labor hon- O power steering, power 
O Qred at any of the ap- O brakes $1195 

O proved GW dealers in O „ ,, 

O Canada and U S A.! O 35 ? ,KV 2 ' Dl S " aK ' m ' 


*ith mimde tuner pw 

CYtUH Miner TS 

Dentinal m rtrri. and rual and 
wiod ran#e Hb 


TAPE REIN HIDE RS »XtX>R DKM YELLOW t: K KHIG. ?1 fNtNSoLE |IRIOD SHEPHERD SHELTER. 3M.’ 
■nalrm!iu«i modtI- Save up lu ’Sy. tlnte-4 TV. Bkh g-'it nauLti-ev Duke Rnad. HR 1 W’e have an*ln«h 
in un all mudri, enrr E»i chuuue F.V test , irrtier and a St. Rrinard. Puirbrrd 

'-an IT., pa va. Dual ar.; Giun - _. v ,tv h,i , «Te-- |.K 6JH» 

d . v _■ . j ft h .. | ^ - P4Y I 116. TTY HILLS AT ■■ — 

' hS,v m i.Jav TV.*- MrCALL DAVKY DR I G ST'JHES REGL-rTERED LINE BRFJI trtiH 
i JZ1..,*-?. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS , ln «n Sbepfwrd |->«n . Alrtl >4 Mi 


One owner. Uc 62-360 
ITU. PRICE $ 
$18 per mth 


$ 57 FORD ZEPm R $ Q prov ed GW dealers in O 
$ Custom radio Sq Canada and U S. A.! O 
$ Full price $733 $ o • Plus 30 - Day 50 • 50 O 

$ No down payment $‘o warranty on alt late O 


Automatic Iran*, 
radio 


$.72 per monih 


* O model unit*. 

5 O • 30-Day exchange 


ib-ay. hurrv in i.,la 
e«jy I envy a l and 
fr-«n S3S Ken' » Uc 


PAY ITILITY RILLS AT -- 

HeCALL DAVKY PRIG STORES REGL-miRED ’ LINE BltEJI tU'Jt 
PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS . Aler.rt M 57 ArSTIN Sfd!4n . I Jgh , 

reject v<X LPt\T,. E*" h i„.. .-ui »•«,. Rd so. green. Uc 211122. 


KOW IS THE TIME TO DLL 
• an freeatr 

CHOICE BABY <Mt MATLRE 
SEEK SIDU. - 

4*r a niavt 

Cut wraor-ed and anarpfmien. 

Harve. » Fma Mrbl. Ltd 

Jpift Quadra _ EV 13*1 

rnKTEr.~T abl r.*~r so to ii*». 
end l»We.. CHI" 114 * 2-pie.e 


_ _ . . | t'SK OCR LAY AWAY PLAN KUR _ 

ILXRKNETT Appliance* lerrad puywi. Iranaiahv mdiia CHILDRENS PHtfTDS 

mn , c, ' inra pnrutrle TV. alan etmrv tnnbrr and 1 m> Itnrn-hy Kenned 

.J.U OOV I M. r-v b-d.ri. kill rt> f.<r 1 ..rq flUe*-. 1 mini 4tv«fti5 


BEEF SIDES 
49c PER LB. 


Butler Hrothert. lJ» IKruelai Pn, —- — 

kv vaatt •■rTW’i • I»u-H ‘HU» 

- _ __ lr.*nl.nao-n P 1»4-T 

, GIVE HIM A BARi*Mr.TER >'< tR —, 4 , 

Chnatma*' A r-anplemeru I- ab: „ v-y 

I h-itie Kuretelt tn« n-eathee I* *1 10 * • 3 r -‘ 


REJECT VA LUING. TV pen h|lll . Rri «r- V. 

neidi* S-* l-r:- *» -I Ml 

I.Uda-reim A»*tH.r VERY ATTHACTtVE SA MONTHS; 

-- klttena need hmne C P L. ptve-r 

CHILDREN* PH<»rrft ALL Sl/AA. g V jam. EV « N*r. 

6* i«> Imn'hr Kenned' *SI Clar* 

leidnt 4T*66*6 MICHAEL WILLIAM* KENNELS 

n, . neV-’-vrt' BOARDINt, AND TRAINING 

™.'| "iiivU alt-e-- 041 tee Pat Ed. H.gh»av 474JU5 . 


green. Uc 211 122. 
FULL PRICE 
$18 per mth 


t $ 58 VAUXHALL VICTOR $ O 
$ Custom radio $ o 
$795 $ Full price $695 S O 


NO CASH NEEDED 
Ion approved crediti 


No down payment 
$.71 per month 


0 59 CIIEV Bel Air 4-Dr Sedan. 
() Automatic, radio $1545 


O 53 RAMBLER 2-Dr Sedan. 
O Engine ov erhauled $495 
O 

n 53 BUICK 2-Dr If T 1195 


17 « " R-4Hnauni 

Chiiee. tender, leap beef Bah» nr i EV VMJ* 


wJ'ra r* 114* 2-pie* e ciT'tSHFLLL ETEKKcT TAPE~RE 

arfieta *1» Trilaa ear^ *». rv ^ ^ mrder 3 ar^arate ipaakrrr 3 mini' 


IIaWaMr' -I 7!E li ^EETIIG-SI i!"ML .'‘/i*’,'.' 

f J» EV mill._ .^IkrtrUk 1 n rrt 

a-JJ‘ W lW7kTl U 'All’Temp H 'LAND BOAKDiXU KENNELS 
S rt 3*4-7*11 A ll lemp Ihdtviduai rare Iart* 

’■•need eierrue fir d. 4T4T33tn. 


• Cl KT C1RSOX ERtG I’l"" 
'I*k freeanr. KVI SW-7M1 All Temp 


56 AUSTIN A-50. Azure blue 
Lie 61-337 

El U. PRICE $49; 
$32 per mth 


| £ * £ 5? DOIX.E 4-Dr Sedan 1795 

$ O SOMETHING SPECIAL! O 36 STUDEBAKER 


$495 * , 

$ 59 VAUXHALL 


**» ». Kpie*e rbrnm* auilea. *2* SO ' ..... . .,...-^1 P rv »>e* * 

MJ KI. Eaay Sudalab* <aaaKrt. AwBKRTA MEAT MARKET I virturta C 


•is in. * nrdaire *4i Pand-ra rue 1(1 j Conll g V 

di-are lifts Pamb-ta sear O'* 

KV 3-431‘ - 

ontTuaS LAWVMttWER PRACTI E'AU. DRESSES 

rally tw-* thr-are art and14 •hair* Thn latest *tyle«, fabric* and V 

nne •ui(1c bed and millfera, -ne - J 

li.k kriJe table huflel and h-ul rotors NpCrial aitcmit 


mant EV 3-J483 


MISCILLANIOUS 

WANTED 


CASH REGISTERS- AXMMSG MA . PM ». r 

rtMl aralea and illean etc., new AP.r. VOL Sr.IXIMj 

and rerondlt luted. Anker a*rn __ 

Owe* Sana A Hiehardann Ltd.. « • eheMertl' d a * 

Jubarn Phufte EV K*3S3 d,n ^S. y “u.v.iS 1 


56 VAUXIIAIX Velox Sedan 

•KB • OS - AIR POODLES AND .. 7 )J .a'i 

t'rke pupctei Vl'.OUl etdneK SlUd 

• _ fuu. prict: . $ 59:1 

| k amciTatka kennels oKEER* $38 per mth 

• nr reentered Semmed pu[-t»e- 

•» i hamp- e- a'.«k 47«-HaS 

. hkgl«teueD mini ati re 55 MORRIS MINOR. Jet 


$ SI'PER VICTOR 
$ leather seals 

$ Full price $ 

$ No down payment 
$ $39 per month 


$0 O Hawk 

$ O 60 VALXHAU, Velox. O . , 

$ O Clean, pnpul.1- O v1 MKTKOFl S ” Un 

$ O model $1095 O r,l BUCK 2-Dr Setlan 

$895 $ O O 

it $ 0 60 1IIU-MAN Sedan. O . . 


it style*. lanric* anti - - - —--•.T'.TL:. - "* dinghy a *p-ru car. a 0* ca’. ot RKGL«TEKF.D MINI ATI RE 

. W kh»«c Mavnard. wide Krrn.h n».dte pupr>- ' hooolate 
■'r 1 lal Boenijon 10 ^ N yy| 4; 11 :ssi:x ORE** UHI>•* manner in dimerlir and Indu*- Mm-un Rraa»mih|e 47*AM1 
IltUngr h» krvety rlyle* in half «-/r. ‘'nn-'-»t ‘.. nr» Ptiy MU . TER **; 

vAROI.YN'S * S5T auc Du*. » :z «. JO} > we ^ ‘* M 

YLK SIIOPPK mn lowgiar ev i i«r., 0'* l * rr « «m ee i*tn _ 1 

.... .... . NEEU IA*H- KEGIsTKRED I'VG PI'PI’IES M. • 

van EV .-966. ^ ^ , 1%1 C..I, paid Inr p«jI tmda emneraj. , GKbiM! 

R,CK I* RIGHT \ What 6a\. yn!c Inand Trading f-tM.DEX HETttJEVK.K Pt'P* TOP 


lr-k-knue table buflet ann *'"» 
rKaim Lwmard fruWe Call and wn 
-.1 -un- - « EV ill* Ail at a* 

rtfke pore. _ 

MARCONI 4 SPEED PORT 


ante monaural and aleren record j-« .. ..... 
plasm Wonderful aa a CMItlma* -* ,s Ks,r ' Hn 
gilt for anyone, y-iuni of rtd_!Sev 
•ral model* lo rh-»e Irani, prieei PRiCE 

a’art al nnlv C7 *5 Victoria Delta D-r Cl* 


personal fitting- 

KAROI.YN S 
STYLE SIIOPPK 
2T.19 Kntevan EV 2-9662 


fnr krvely rlyle* In half «/r- 
Corn-* In for nur Dally Spy- tal 
Evoerl Alierauona. Si«» 12', hi .V 
mil Ikatgla* KV 114 


PRiTE I* RIGHT 
or Oi*m Repaired 


SPECIAL* 

Thu Hant r auit*. urn 1* Nl Aim 
double knit dreanea auei 14', -2. . 
ktenue Dtrra Sh -p. Oak Hay ai 


H-nd. RH 1 We b-wi-d <wta 
t.ir.l* f IH * 1*4* 


KEGISTKRED I'VG H PI'IES M,. 


hlfli-k. Lie 76-652. 
>ru. PRICE 
$31 per mth 


SSttS*. ni Cormurant 81 M4-74I4 Tna* «d W-.w U.’*, Rrt-.nad Mo«rr»y_3*.a;3 


______ - Comhmationr Changod 

RTPOftSF-HStOVS KEY* FOR EVERYTHING 

We have r-yeryUun* ui furmah ynut saw* Nmvr* Soiaora 

tv-rr-e TV a. Ilima «W-»ay Sharpened 

r™** *rl ^ PHIfr * KEY SHOP 

mm- vartetu-a <4 iWertrcnrtrbi ' " .. . 

appoinimap' lo >V» rail Mi »*T yv*r Street EV 


_ as,.aar'swf- “ 

THE t AUNMiiwy-h irrwnrrai -roa h air and r-ftpet et 


I*land Trading floLDEN HETRIKVK.K PCPS TOP 


Beihei. fiR -*« 

Tl'RNER 

THE TVPEW RtTER MAN 
REPAIRS RENTALS 
P » Courtney EV . 


IklRMAN * IE* P-R G1.AS 
PI HE WOOL CAR COAT* 
Laminated be -aaimth and light 


ov-**er Be r»adv in rprine 
THE LAWN MOWER HURP1T.*I. 
*34 John run j-Q A-2 

KLECTRA TAPE RECORDER - 4 
rpeed* A ‘C nr haiierier rerryte 


Open Ail Day Saturd 


IRISH SETTER PI PS 
4U40 Lockerhavcn Drive 

lEVITKlL Rl.ACK REGISTERED 
I*unerantan pup bit mle PC*4*<i 


33 Cl IKVROLKT Rusine-* % 

Coupe. Ught green. Nice ^ 

condition. Lie 35-854 j 

ITU. PRICE $350 j 
424 per mdi , 


. $ 59 FORD ZEPHYR $ O 
'' $ Custom radio $ ° 

$ Full price $999 $ O 

$ No down payment $ ® 
$ $43 per month $ ° 


ORIGINAL PAINTINGS 


t:v i**r- MALK rm PONTIAC Sedan In good $ 


$350 y 

,$ 60 T R 3 

$ New top — Overdrive 
jood $ Wire wheels* 


$ O Very clean. O 

$0 Save $200 $895 0 59 CIIEV Sedan Delivery. 

$ O O Blue $X95 

$ O 61 FALCON De loixe O 

$ O Sedan. Here's a real O ^ PONTIAC Sedan Delivery. 
$ Q buy for the economy Oi Si<le yA in dc >*s ^895 

$ O minded family $1095 O 54 PONTIAC Sedan De 

$ 0 liverv $ m3 

j O 57 FORD. Auto., new O 

5 O paint. Here's a real O 60 GMC * 2 -ton Panel. 

3 O buy $795 O Turquoise $1595 

j O 59 RAMBIJlR Sedan. O 59 £* IC ’*- ,on Pl< k "f 
* n n»niih<i —. n Blue $1395 


ev'-wi t ' 0 '' *■ *' junr,,on fiX'U■* IM ls .. 


running order. Lie 31 139 $ Full price 


ASTRONOMICAL TELEHCXiPE 

Inina Muftrl M- In* 
Eajibhami Pud pm v-rtgtii 
rt rvm -»«h J-, t* J . rmancra 
Jh-.ft iw. a. IN. Brut «ur* 

ftia-son 

GIVE B C DEM STONES 


SALES wri *ht Car altar vlyla. R«h. da.k ^ '* J 

KV MIJI i ( «in in minir hrek- 

1 WEEK ONLY ligun- 

ft iwa.i He* l.t« Spa. ill. SI* IS a»«T 4 
Pfk-na. nrdrra Sirra 34 to 44 MIXOX 


24 G K. Al TOMATir EI.ECTHH 
tt ur IV*' 3 girl'll 'part- ilrrr-r- 
* - haw. Ilia f. idtpr-. ! y grl'i 
IlgUiT akalrl, t ir 1, gt 477 47- 
aflar 4pm 


KVGI.HH llt'V S 4iWv twni.' 
'•'i -s m-: .' t (-•'•>. 2'* •* l" * 
s mpuft EV 3 <4!7 


MINOX OWNERS. CHRISTMAS 
tnfgarn Edtargar. ®»t *J40. rail 


W 477 47M r M.AItCKK AND OTHER DE 
vat.-t-mg ntulpmrnt GK 7 J714 a'* 

CHRISTMAS mn Kt l - 

it K24w, *r"l 1 KAKMEH.S’ At’CTlOX EVERY SAT 


*1 CHICKS POULTtY. 
HATCHING CGGS. 5UFFLII5 


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-arlmg tn lay gLMJ aarh 4T41*r.n 


FUU. PRICE 
$19 per mth 


Trade- on the albyve 
will he accepted! 


SPECIAL g* B-a uhiay W? P* k'up MlW tuulg WTHTE LEGHORN H'LLKK 

QLgl 11 i^Stl* “rrlmnl?* Vr ‘ m * rtr.avarydav U KSBIl _ far _“* e laying, t.k-2113 97 J y a , 


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GIVE B C- DEM STONES Bnga fibrrgWa 4-«*n 4 3 »*>•»- 47V3*1* mnrnma< 

All ll dti of itp^ATT imcUT tod Mi|rt WiH f» IT __ 

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THE OLD PHOBPECT0R B4« yrr pair, t.imftad quantitlaa '*•'» * ' f<ia.-t. « . _ ,mn _ Hmra ,,ia rrorfei. Urai«. *4c. EV44311.3 

1*37 Eaqumail Rn«L lki«ll JEI'NE BUtCTHERS wCi ntJllr* S 1 ..— 

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SMALL CIUH HIGH CHAIR sm K.V 477S1 KV4*3», 


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COLT sa. APPHilXIVATEI.I 73 | , IU ahwln. urttate pretura- framaa. 1 ___ 

~I 1 ir.t run'.r■ ltWT , Bmtn „td oTCkbi. Umi-a. rtr. KV443II.V. MINK fARMER NEEUg HORSES 
h.««. a * * I »—A- -4 gn _ „. ..,7 ! «nd tom Ph anyUm*. UUKHi 

Wb-ta m-ftav aka* -rn >»»» Itu I I'EMHROKE BATH LEIT HAND- 

__ ,0 f | ->« r4>,d c *“ tv NlWf CAB DimCTOFT 

BAWMjRS SQLAKF. DEAL B. Y S “ I Z^r! 

f.sn nrm $3*3 *43 Vatu. Phrma Anything Uaaftil, P1«-k* L> Junk rv * tt«?" ™ " h 

EV 4724* 3*3 1221 112* Hlll.ld# EV 3111 Slraat EV4 tl«l. 


* k. Lr'rax par nyai'h with notrai to purr-haa* - - _ _.... .. --- — .1 

_ tal nr. L^anSrtd nirtinad ft many modal. P**d rrtngara INTERIOR LATEX COLORS ONLY CASH PAID KIR GENTLEMENS 1 0 0 CABS FOK SALI 

!?ia ~l* «^a »1M3 bn Iran |3* Km . Ud 7G Fort -quart! ft 4*. Saml glna. rn.m.l r«d u-rd rto.hiil* _ lha_lla-.r - 


DOLPHIN MOTORS 
LTD. 

Today i* 
Dauphine Day 


N«» down payment 
$55 |**r monih 


OVER 75 DOMESTIC 
AND IMPORT CARS 
ALL WINTERIZED 
ON DISPLAY AT OUR 


$ ENSIGN MOTORS LTD $ Q 


O Radio. Beautiful new O 

O tutone. Reclining 0 

O seals. O 

O Was $1595 $1295 O 

O O 

O 60 TRIUMPH. Clean. O 


FOR YOUR PROTECTION 
Free anii-lree/e now in 
all car* 


O 

runs well. Ideal 

f) 

Free life insurant e in 

O 

Indie* car. 

O 

G M.A.C. contract 

0 

See this $695 

O 

50-^0 - 30-day guarantee 

O 


0 

O 57 

PLYMOUTH 2-Door 0 

30-day exchange 

O 

O 

Hardtop, Immacu¬ 
late condition. 

o 

o 

90) Fort St. Through lo View 

O 

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o 

Phone 382-7121 

lO 

the young man or 

O 



young lady 


anyUm* anwr 1 

4,ET _ YOI’R FALL AND WINTER 
Vitamin uijiftlamar’i m»»' Liquid 
*< uhlau hr t-aina and old Hill- 


GOOO HI'YS AT THE 
MAGIC WAND 


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la ma, 1314 l>«igla» E v«3n i3 LL'XDB AL'CTIOXEERS 

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ph *a EV 4 1*32 '-u'gra.a-ti clothing and fumi.hinga GRMS10 

PR-YTESSIONAL ICE'* U Tt ! P|»/a 477 4*14: LIKE NEW. MfWT ATDt<»MVTtC 

•• arpana-a. mad* by On*ral Kla*'- - waahrr and dn<r «.<minna!i.« f « 

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gEI.ECTION OF GOOD LSED REEL In iu-inal Plaatir, Ltd 3C Fnrl -»nng»r waiting marhina 
and rotary amt ora at hd IC77 k'rhon ti'-l* and 2 rtmr» han-l 


and rotary amton at 

R C Pc-war Mo»ar Sain 

M i -garft 

f* -RTABi.E SEWING - MACHINE 


|.|*n k tf-hon t«h|e and 2 ahiir*' han-l 

— irawr l-'Jl Yuk-n. m-und n.»r 

J:? tie «miow»T i»n*n floor 

Ih limrr .nd lump. 1*3 B-ah on* '<■*« »6out I1SI1 ..King ».N. 


j«.m raimiga now - plat# motor , nI old Alv- dnihi* whita rnamrl F>" 3 
-full kftgih' and J-rtahia (u-fl -inw tuh. »ln Call EV 2 4331 hr r% , 


-rl.D MOVIE AND ' 

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WANTED MKDIt'M *V/.V. KIT- 3* " » 

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AVP THEATRICAL CHRYSLER W mto T . hrttan. 

»«*«• -:,-i,n „d- 


OVE I SKJi FRENCH PHUVTNCIAI. MrCl.ARY 

P«lnfHil Mbla and -khrr biwa w ,,h—» I 

h'H irttrtn 3rft-lN* tnam • 1 guaranira 

1 f* Our Df-ir a 


Easy spirai.ator 


_ 63 GORDIN I . 

DAUPHINE $1295 

63 DAUPHINE 1145 

1 6! DAUPHINE. .. 995 

A 60 DAUPHINE . 745 

hrt DAUPHINE ... .. 695 

• 59 DAUPHINE 695 

J'7’. One Day Sfiecial 
»«• 63 RENAULT R8 $1525 

'iso • S ‘° ^ ky * n Payment' 

^ Fast, Coutreous Service! 
RENAULT CORNER 
Pandora and Quadra 
KV 6-3527 


H;, $ Chn -ier 
995 ' 

715 $ Valiant 


Plv mouth $ ^ 
Barracuda $ ^ 

E $ „ 


O 56 PLYMOUTH Setlan. O 

O Automatic tran* Oi 

O New paint Relieve O 

O ii nr not. only O 

O 17.nun mile* $695 O 
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* DRIVEAWAYS 


and Fargo Tru«-k 


$ KV 6-2111 Open Eve* 'til Y 


O 51 PONTIAC 2-Door 
O Hardtop. 3 on the 
O floor. Ideal young 
O man's car $'J 
. O huv $t 


Sl'HURRAN MOTORS 
Drive a Little k'arther and 
Sate a Lrtt Mora 

ITS THE DIFFERENCE 
THAT COUNTS 


lO 55 CHEV Sedan 


Delivery. Custom D 

radio $293 O 

O 


$693 D FOr:,) FACTORY CREDIT 
^ Available Through Per-nnl 
i Cl Credit Counselling 


BUIEB ONLY Cd-VERNMK'' 


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t»*rn\-.rt >« parti Md -ns.r*. fUrnin Al- 

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naihar iradr Rullar Hmlhm. 172b 


irrwiarard airrr n»»f. i.-ung and I>»igii 


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r Hr a raaftid GR s .LU 

ELYA SALES SERVICE 


PAY LIGHT AND PHONE nil.!> 
FAIRFIELD PHARMACY 


* diffarant pagri.. 12 W he 10 


Haw *4 mink-Li fpfti $21 (*«a) Saw Ckildran < rairn-lar T diffarrnf. hll 
N th-hini" SI* Kurt St KV -ar I rot-ir pagaa n* Rnn-nlat afw* 


•'EVERLASTING*' 

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‘•all* Santa* EV 2 1312 


-AH EQUIPMENT Knit I'HV J - 
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-MAI iT DtH) PIRfT-S 1 >E K' 'KM 
turn hall !•'•>*. e- EV • -a'l* 

-VANTED I SE ■ cT. KNITi *. 

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— IV3VE 

REERHIEKAT' >R.* AND KREEZ- , 
m huuc'il. 3^4 71-13.. A" Tamp * \ai .\ 


A Sr A (JARMART 


<5 METEOR Cuai an Sadan. V 3 
automat- Imma-uia'a 
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G-agi GARS. STATION WAGONS. O 
tna-k- and aamprts M‘* .« 

•'3*3 and ran aku in Iradr saa l.«jO 
fW-iw, 5W» DaftiUl St EV 4-7*43 I Q 


low COST 


HI METEOR Slali.lf Wapiti 4 door MORRIS MINOR CONVERTIBLE O FORD FINANCE 
_ I H , . ' 79S *•.«■-. Mar t tw-d.»r hardt „ gj.v. 0 


f* 1 mnar and haatar make m* an 
nffi-l XK-73B- 


Klratr prkTahrra. atr Ona aaar “a* 
Two PAIRS GIRL'S SKATES EIG- naw" warranty Largaat ■ lartmn 


- —— . - i REEK F.Y SIDE OR Ql AKTER -- -- r»Ot 3‘S RPOCIKETl 

KEBLIL7 VACI LM CLEANERS Hn*. half or wtWr Cnod Bir 1^1^.ES POI..ES RFQI IR1- D 

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.ira 3 15 luhr akatn. lur S m town 


*1 EV 7 I3M arrr * 


it Crwl.' ARr 
Sirrat EV 4 1113 


LT-u-na.-ad -alur Ci.h '" f ” '' _T- ■CAROm ELECTRIC 

ARtnpartric. *J For ■ 

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L ift' a Nrwa ISSI tVug'A* V»i. 


TvrE KCOWIER IMSH '-- -- . . - .. 

anahrt- -manrar.-.-o- »X- -mKhna ONLY A FEW LEFT MaCLARY s KW *- Nn LhEt> WASHERS AND M 

d-rv- »n 47S.2J*‘ ■ K«ay all-haac dryar, awth 1.* lamp I.J2T1 2 

*DRAWER CHEST G.OOd' Cd^Dt I f" ?''££'*±’”£22'■ K ’ 

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ELECTRIC *• INCH A' D-MATIC CASHMERE 


VR NOW V,*CVrSL GOOD St C ■ Ian.-ii* 


■a' » R 'Diyiiia En-wl- 

‘n-uum - ia«nai and mural 
EV 4-7715 


lad- « mat. *7* art GR 1M«" 

IW PREFECT. 2 BICYCLES 
girt; a and h-C* «25 *■• h flR 411*1 


ANYTHING ! ! 
TAKEN! IN TRADE 
AT MAYNARDS 
New Fumdure Dept. 
ISt John anal St. I’.i M 


1 TH.1 Spirta R ladytar *v 

ft M< NAHCH V- autrima' 

rad. nor -wtiat 17- 

CAVEMAN CAMPr.R 
SALES SERVICE and RENTAL 
Trv>r and Camnar RrpAita 

■ KAYE MOTORS * 

NEW A. CHKV —Un A T 
st CHEVEI.LE C.nn i.i, i 

A T air / t~ 

Ttr V V7t-k 


57 CHEV Station Wagon 4' jlindar 
ih'aa atandard »; 

»>'!•. 57 MONARCH 4 d-or Hardtop. 


p.i» ~r hriikaa rauilra , !| W Bt.tCK. SPECIAL. AUTOMATIC n 

aur-na.i, ' Frarng. pen-rr hrakr. rad:. ° 

Tft XRTSSon, R.ftda'er '-0 e-bdl 'ion 3A2- RH4 0 

T** 110 ™ 1381 STLDEBAKER SEDAN ACT-v O OLSON for O' SCBURP 

MARCH MOTORS I.nilTEn muir2 ”* O SALES snd SERVICE O ^ f 

.LOOai trilM THE MAHrH HtARE’ tag* t>E VtTTJ - riREFTITE SEDAN J* A .. . ° . .. 

-MS Douglas htrret P «r- hrakr- .ta«-,ng. wind-*- O 1060 Yates St EV 4-1111 O h 

■88-5531 :S9-35.T' w,lr ri fIR t-l» n 0 

H FORD 2-DODR HARDTOP N fcw n n 

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™_ n O to* 

-a wark.fl* -X 1«. Bt’U'V ALL POWER LOW O O D O O O O O O O O O C r*n.fta‘rti-Vj*) 

mi. r GR 7 1411 - __ _ 


o FREE I.1EETIM1;! 

O LUBRICATION WITH .VIA 
O USED CAR PURCHASES 
O 

WE WILL NOT 
KNOWINGLY BE 
f) UNDKRSOU) 


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F* 3W7»1K All Tamp 


I.VDYS SHORTIF. RLE ACHED - _ —-- -3t Jottntnft 51 1 M ■ i 

fnulkrai ■-*' naw ]Mf> ll'*> Vie 'ET CHAINS. ,W"ilS GREASE _ 

"-■a prr.« Rra C« Tin *mrt lht EVI73.- avamne- yt KNITIiRt WtATS OR ANY 

•MAIL GE “FRIDGE THOR WASH WjVEt.Y WEDDING la-W A SIZE *61"* •* v » lu * "Tap-d - UWd* 
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SUBURBAN MOTOP.S 
Douglas *t Saanirh .ltd. 
EV 6-6131 


Hr r|'*TON MOTOR? 
ttuj Salt - C-ftr.ign 
27*4 Maiann • LangfrifU • 


1WO. CHEV St ATI iN 

fully twTMrrto] 7^3 


n-m. r\i*i,** Tilt... 1.45, PHontlim TV$nr.r fiftDI) roNDITIOV 
’UR A .55*. all arnmd. C.R grift 


I MI ST «F.LL MY M RL'tCK V * CAP VOLKSWAGEN DE L C X T. 
.t.Am'> Swriai da 'Ilia aadan Full, aqutp mudrl M'««l cnndltyin only I3S' 
•ft KV J-.M* Ph-ma .IvV 4fT>» avamnga 

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Cl LATE CONDin-*N awn OR' F.V 2 11*7 

oNDITION' ' f ' n M * ' 1 .. HYC’KAMATK BE‘1 

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T87 f AITS, ACCBSOlltS 


Sallif (Toimiial 29 

TmiAv, Ma«mbtf 17, 17*4 


Winning Contract 


UDUK GUEST HllUhE 


Ft» retired and aidrrly 
Flnrtl accummudatka al raa* rabia 
rnrt Bpanuaa mint*. TV. Dirm* 
mum of »1] HMn. Xnr tfa and' 
bum. 347 foul Bay Rd.. off Fairfield 
Rd. EVlOnK 

ar r Toti nRin of making 

me* I a and Anna your nan huuaa- 
w,wk- Why tad live In jtaur ,«*n 
private auite. with tray arrvter. 
Ctoae in h> fverythsn*. Coud bui 
•ervira EV 1-1)04. 

Jiil furnished warm ac- 

f’«7MTV«1a4irei fre laitw • gmilr 
rrafi retired ■ buvinrva pcpl*., 
rktrrly i-awlra welmfne dining 
rum ur um> mvat. EVS-JAl 

RETIRED OR PRfFTESSIONAL 
prraun wrlckne In tv nun wllh heau- ; 

K al Mew. Auractlv* room. Ptvoor 

! HIM 

Brsii*;E.SK LADY TO SHARF.' 
watertmnt home wllh widow Share 

■ 'pen—« and i-uannaMunaMp. Vk- 
iurta Prru. Rov *6 


MUFFLERS 

Far most msket of cars 

from $3.85 

Ixamylae Rea. Sprr 

iimuo A 4B . Ilia | 1*3 


wo money down 
MOTOR MARKET 

M VOLVO M« h 

Re. |1M. Today ., SUM 
«3 ALJrl.N Baden. 

Re*. H4M. Today . SUM 
Cl K.MRlY We#!* 

Ra* IMS. Today .. llhl 
M HiLUIAh Wi*ut>. 

R"«. SUM Today . MM 
M MGA Bad a. 

Re* rflOu T retag MM 
M RilfT 1.3 >ed#a 

Ref. DOM Today I MB 
M VAOHALL • aniaa. 

Kr : |IIM< Today.. I 7M 
M RENAULT Sedan. 

Re<. MM. Today.. IBM 
M HILLMAN Sedan. 

Ke< tn Today .. t JM 
M VAl'XHALL Sedan. 

Ref MB Today I Ml 

M AUSTIN Sedan 

Kr*. BOB Taday I 4M 
17 VANGUARD Wi#« 

Re* MM Today | I4S 
M VAUXHALL Sedaa 

Reg. *4-41. Today .. 1 27B 
M AUSTIN Sedan 

Re* Wfln Today .. t 243 
IS OXDonn Sedan. 

Re*. CM. Today . f 1U 


• CONDITION 
• SELECTION 
• PROTECTION' 

• TERMS 
• PRICE 

All at NATIONAL 


• PUMLEY • 
NOVEMBER 
CLEARANCE 
SALE 


By HOW ARD M HENKEN »i»d RICHARD L. FREY 

I Crocsruff hands have 
» diiconcerting way of Vil: NORTH (11) 

running Into entry Botk 4 \ * 
trouble. Mentally play- 7 7 1 

mg through t o d a y s 0 \ S T 2 

deal. South found he * Q J •> 

would finish up in tlie ' 1" '"T 

wrong hand, but he * ^ q “ * U 10 » ( _ 

solved his difficulty by , ® '■ * , 

an unusual early play. ^ M J ** 0 10 * * 4 

Having passed. **" 41 b 

North’s three elub i " 

raise was infinitely n I c i in 

better than a slow at*- 0 K " J * 

proarh hid of one dia- * 4 k 7 2 

mood. South imme¬ 
diately had slam vis- IV Mdiag: 

Prim and although Fact S*tb *e*t 

12895 P Norih was minimum in p «** ' * p “* 

P 62 CHEVY II Nova 400 P playing tricks, his two 3" p «*“ 3 1 Paee 

P Wagon. Radio. P „ ce * entitled him to 3 4 Pa»« * * All Paaa 

P heater, A-l ... 12195 P rn-operatr. The *lam 

P 61 VOLKSWAGEN. P decoded at worst on Diamn.J +rm 

P New paint . $1095 P the heart finesse, and 

P 57 DODGE. V8, auto- P after the diamond lead it was much better. How would 
P matic. 29,000 P you play to make the contract against reasonably bad 

P miles . _ 11095 P breaks’ 

P 55 DODGE Royal. P Declarer thought he could see his way home, even 
P Tutone. VI. auto, P with the heart queen offside and clulw 4-1. He counted 
P power steering $795 P three heart tricks, a spade and tuti diamonds, and there- 
P 62 RAMBLER Clas- P fore needed six trump tricks, which could be obtained 
P sic Sedan. 8-cyl. p!by ruffing twice In one hand or the other. The South 
jp Rpg, $2195. plhand had only one k»rr which could be ruffed In dummy, 

P NOW $1895 plso declarer looked at the hirnd the other way and saw 


MORRISON S 
PAY LESS AND 
GET MORE AT 
MORRISONS 


WHY PAY HIGH RENT? 

Brand nea. nicely rurnnhed .taarh 
rlnr «uitr. *S0. rex bedroom. t*0. 
i,antra Para. Loval Avrau* 1w.* 
n:,rfca from Town ami Cmmtry «lx 
n-«-a* fnirr Mayfair. Coma and are. 
I*t*«r aw Mffl 


imiai model*) . *3 «M 

ford H-aa inua model*) i. '* »a 
piym.aaa and Ou4*» 
im-iti modem LB i* 

Ham'ilef tmoel modal*) I‘>40 107 
\ otk.Aifan .pntal 1“ VS tn nj 
Trlampb Herald ...... 70 SB 7 1* 

TnLmp.f TR 3-1-4 LI 73 S 71 

NATIONAL MOTORS 
819 Yates EV 4-8174 


64 CADILLAC 

S>>dan D»V>iW. full* 
•quipp»,l .4ia ail -i Mod 

R<« nwa 


VICTORIA MOTOR COURT 

REASONABLE WINTER RATFS 
Fully furninheW Claee in—on *iu* 
line Maid *ervu» weekly M Goi*a 


Island b Largest Selection 
of Premium Cars! 


64 CHEVROLET 

Sedan Radio, haatae. 
Re« SUM 


SAN SEBASTIAN MOTEL 

LOW WINTER R»Tr« 
Cioraln—ua bua Itna. FYilly turw-had 
-*re* irlrvisiutL B Gar** Ruad 


Ol R NEW LOCATION 

STB Blau hard Straal 

*» Car* •laart" a tba 

BATTERY 


I* VAUXHALL Sedan. 6-cyl- 
lnder, power, comfort 
and economy. 

Only .. .$395 


»«L EV 1M32. 


64 ACADIAN 

Nation wagon r»< 

ee. ai«nal«. Rat CM 


TWO GIRLS SHARING. WASHING, 
lunihe* packed. Near bua plvuir 
GR V4117 

HOARD AND R*XM I'RIVATF 
Iwtii and eeiteaniv- 7 <r 1 


e'or a wrun# rare dart avary Uni 
Get aa - *CME" 

12-VOLT BATTERY 
$12.75 Ex. 

Delivered are Inateilee 

FRANCIS BATTERY A . 
TIRES LTD. 

RMsaadma Spaoainii 

KV *-7aSJ 


63 CHEVROLET Corvalr 4 
Dr. Sedan, de luxe model, 
automatic trana.. custom 
radio. Only $2295 


NO M-ON E 1 DOWN 
1ST PAYMENT LA7 E DEC 
PAYMENTS TO 43 MONTHS 
Tana a iransati At Teunar * *\ria 
uva wide ape* Char** Account" 
plan Buy any ear without a piMO 
dijwa and pay ■* *«* dnva. 


ixmn RicaxM and board wsmk 
nfi meei Wa-hin# d «r IMP Mr 
KenaU S Plvaie NC SA! 


E.MIIJ.'H COOKING ROOM SPIT 
: i-cele Parkinc aiwre available 
I meal* a da; EV t-SMf 


U VOLKSWAGEN 2-Dr , 
heater, defroster, signals 
Only .$591 


3 ROOM FLHNISHED APART 
mmi, * round floor, private be'b and 
ffilly equipped kllrhen. Phot. 
EV 4 S34M 


a Pontiac c-enerubie 
Ret BIW. Today. CM 
M CHEVROLET Sedaa 
Reg nsna Today .. (DMB 
*1 PONTIAC Beuai. 

Re* BMB Today.. BUM 
M CADILLAC Sedan 

Re*. |la». 1»uy .. I SM 
*7 RlflCN Hard!'p 

Ra*. 11000 Ttoday « MB 
17 PLYMOUTH-War*. 

Red. BOM. Today I Ml 
ST CHEVROLET Sedan. 

Bet (IBM Today .. < 1M 
■1 FlAU) h< ‘tan. 

Re: DM Today . I 7*5 
M PONTIAC Haidtup. 

Ret. SSOO T.uay |M 

M BUlCK Hardlcp, 

Rej. 1700 Today .. I MB 
H PUNTLVC Sedaa 

Rea. MOB Today I 4*0 
M CIOVROLK1 Sedan. 

Re* MOO Today I 3tt 


WANTED. HY YOUNG W IRKING 
man. naim and hoard in quiet home 
with older roupl, f;v VMS* 


THUNDKRB1RD MOTEL 
Em re nr* Beaecn Hill Part. Modern 

haeneior auitea. RraaonaDia raiea 
EV 3-1354, EVV 4 7B _ 

IwkSEMF.NT SUITE Fl'RNISHEIX 
at.ne and fnd*». private enlrama, 
«h*rid *\alh. quiel woeklfl* peramb 
EV 4 »Hk A poly 113 Fori 


RliARl> AND ROOM IN PRIVATE 
h im* ha youm man Bui EV 5-rcil 


EXCEPTIONAL OAK RAY YOUNG 

man RMemMr. EV d-udl* 


ROOM AND HOARD 

•IRE LTD. _ __ 

good min warm single 
D uncan r, “» T1 •»>-• evkhim 

746-719] ROOM AND BOARD IN OAK BAY , 

- CHAlGMYLE 1077 CRAIGDAR j 

M “turd mail r,rh_Hc4_and cold water EV S-snsi ! 
M-M. WO Cbei ROOM AND BOARD EV-RRYTHING 
Pruductt DM In found Emulmall EV il&Jl 


69 STUDEBAKER Lark 2 
D». Sedan, very popular 
compart. Only .. $9951 

CO AUSTIN Sedan, heater,! 
defrotter, signals, vinyl I 
Interior, one owner. Only 1 
19.000 miles. 

Only . $995 

On-lhe-Spot 
100 C. FINANCING 
On Life, Sickness and 
Accident Insured Policy 

68 VAUXHALL Sedan. 

heater, tignalt, vinyl In¬ 
terior. Only $595 

63 VALIANT V200 4-Dr. Se 
dan, custom radio, plas¬ 
tic covert. King of the 
compacts. Only . $2295 


island court 


Available Ni*. li l 3-hedp»*a 
apanment and 1 l<a> hrlur w.'u 
47o.'151. 


S4- MCE SUITE IN QUIET HOME. 
7 airfirlil. angle. *tt Uuufala. iU 
EV 1-U15 ur EV Du* 


TOP RETAIL IN TRADE 
NO PAYMENTS TIL 
NEXT YEAR! 


NEW ONE-BEDROOM SUITE. MS. 
narhelne auila BBu Niraiy fundihed. 
Ealreila. MB Gan E. EV 5-«7nl 

1 BEDROOM APARTMENT, 175 prr 
m.nih, modem, Dear Nadrn. 


63 CADELI-AC 

Sedan DeVUIa. 
eqmpped Rea 


SWAP ANT THING 
TataaCt "Swap Depi." will aereM 
la ireda lajlhma al *»mt-koala, 
radio* ■Ilin TV* lurmtwa. 
trailer*, etc.. efe_ ale. 

TRADE YOUR DON T WANT* 


Util GOVERNMENT ST 


, CLEAN 

•le-oUig n<m«- mmmunlly lull-hen. 
17 50 weekly. SM M mcnlhly Apply 
n C I-«nd A Investment Agrm v 
Ltd. SS Government SI. Uv- 5555. 
ROfiM-V TO RENT. FAIRFIELD 
hoard «pn-;ra! Vual en!«y family 
111 m* Rrfrvnre* required Ph 
«vA7i-1 -her 1 pm. 


FORT AVALON MOTEL. BEAD'S 
Hill Park. Ml A'alvei EV 154 4. 
n*M. Kce'i*. month* Reaannahlr. 

2-RuilM SELF' - C oFtTi NED 
df-aind levrl aulle l nr 3 huauv-r# 
girl* on Eaquimall bua Is] 3U7 
OlttH XD. BRIGHT*31* _ RMS. *S5. 


63 TOR V AIR 

Aiitr.mail- drtv*. healer. Mtnal* 
Re* m« 

$2095 


MISCELLAN COUt — AS It 


ADDING TILL . 

4* CHRYSLER 

54 PONTIA4 . 

11 PLYMOUTH ..... 
CAPRHAKT HI-FI 
5.1 CHEVROLET 
14 PETF.RROROVOH 
54 METEOR 
54 MtlNARt H 
Conner* ihla . 

54 MFTtS>)R . 

AA DODGE . 

M PLYMOUTH .... 
*7 OLDdMOHILE 


COLONIAL iNN —COMFORT WITH 
rraa-'nahl* raiea an-i tvsei aeiv.ca. 
Tlu Cuvernmrat EV ADSL 
KlaiVS WITH FVLL H*»TE1. W.RV 
lot /man AC, EV5A3M' 

CHERKY BANK H4fTKI 


63 PONTIAC 

Pamienna Hardlna Fully f*—— 
equipped Re* CSS® 

$2895 


RINGS »T)R ALL MOTORS 

Gaaketa. Bearing*. Marfuna Work 

CORDS PISTON RINGS 
•I B* luh noai Street LU-OtU 

MUST SELL TWIN SU. CARBS 
from ST MG with Intake and e* 
hauat mamfuids Ala" eleelnc fuel 
pump What offer*’ EV 4-03SI. 

PAIR SNOW TIRES, tauicl* TUBE 
•raa EVASCS. UR ASl#H 


MODERN WALf.-frmWAU. CAR 
I- 'ins l-bprtnirm «<dl». I7B. 405 
WiUrn HI EV 7 STM 


62 CHEVROLET 


1 A R G F. BED AITTTNf; ROOM. 

• ila-nm Old bulhiuum. All ulUllirl 

pikt 3X31*43. 


VISITORS ROOMS P R I V A J E 
iwlh. cvvaui from. 1 mile rrty Break 
ta*‘ 15J* Dana* EV 3-36X1 


UNITY USED CARS 

NO DOWN PAYMENT 
CM) Approved Credit 

U CALAXIF. XL un J-done Hardloo 
*4 GAuAXIE SUi Hardiup 
•4 KA1RLANE 3U1 A/T. radio 
57 FORD VI Mdan A/T .... toM 
MANY UTHt.it MAKES ANII 
MODELS 
(Nr, Warned h* 

CASH OR CONSIGNMENT 
154 Pandora EV BK3I 


BACHELOR SUITE. 141. FRIG AND 
■4"Ve; heal, light lv< water. VV- 
l"ria Ree'ly Lid KV 3-S143 

Gant nd floor clean' warm 
ivrFMan* noma, klirfien. IBd Hal 
nnn .VI Yale* EV S-9BA 

OAK DAY SELF CONTAINED. 

13 runm*. I»th. *uit qulrl cnuple. 
1*5 SW4-4CS1 

iiHui % n‘ 


63 MERCURY Comet 4-Dr 
Srdtn. automatic Iran*., 
custom cover*, one owner 
case history car. 

Only .. $2395 


QUIET. FAIRFIELD. 3 SLEEPING 
rtwimn Very cloa# to bua line. Ph-eie 

3*4-31711 _ 

CLEAN. WARM SLEEPING ROOM 
iviU» l«an Ki-uua 


62 CHEVY n 

Niwa. Aufomake iVlve mho. 

healer. > nwi Re* c*s 

$2095 


M Mrrm. ll Hillman 3* Merer 
Si Oalord M Vauxhail M Murna 
M Sprlle *7 Sunbeam « Trueman 
5* Minor ST Redl.ed *• M G A 
57 Rapier. 11 Vauxhail 15 M- rm 
39 M G A FI V4kt M Gypiy 
ad . ampae IB Vauxhail. 5* VIriie 
#1 vio-». W Hillman. 31 Healey. 
■ Volvo. U VaaxhaJL Bn Herald. 
BB Z diet S7 Mlllmaa 3* Auella. 
•a envoy. 3| Volk* «n Zrahye 
•J A a* In aa VauxhaU « Eavoy. 
n fnw M Rammer. M Auatia. 
IB AWfln. M Renault. ■ CmaM. 
B3 Enxuf. M VauxhalL ■ raloSL 
Si timer. #1 Cased* N Zavhyr. 
57 Aualln. H Hillman M Fwt, 
13 Marrta. M Raw*alt IB Riley, 
*1 WSoe, IT VancimH. M Lark, 
e Ov*r4 Si Vodka 14 IIDman. 


une rirairs. 
5I1V1CI. TOWIN* 


LARGE. F47MFY*. CU»: IN REA 
• mablo Private TV XNJjW 

SS.EEPING ROOMS, HOME PRa 1 
legra Jamee Bay. Phone 354-8*15 


55 PLYMOUTH -Scxlan 
A trans. a good 
buy 


MORRISON S 
GREAT 

PEACE-OF-MLND 

PACKAGE 


BUYER BENEFITS 

• R#conditioned by 
expert* 

• Written Warranty 

• Free Exchange 

■ Bonded Salesmen 

• Top Allowance for ,. 
Your Car. 

• Immediate Delivery 

19 FIAT 2-Dr Sedan, burkn 
scat*, four on the floor. 
Terrific economy. 

Only $445 

68 OLDSMOBILE ' 86 ’ 4-Dr j 

Sedan, automatic trans . 
power brakes and steer¬ 
ing, custom radio, 2-tone, i 
w-ws. Only . $1495j 

65 MORRIS Minor Station 
Wagon. Very economics) I 
dual purpose unit. 

Only . $495 

69 FORD Ranchwaeon. aid. 

trans., custom radio. 2- 
tone, heater, defroster 
signals. Only $1195 

>7 FORD 2-Dr Sports I lard- 
1 top. V8, automatic tram . 
custom radio. 2-tone. N 
Only $995 

67 FORD 4-Dr Station 
Wagon, automatic trans.. 
V-8. Thunderbird motor, j 
whitewalls, finished in I 
Arctic white, vinyl in¬ 
terior. Only $895 

65 Std. VANGUARD Station 
Wagon, why walk? 

Only $145 

62 DODGE Sedan, good re¬ 
liable transportation. 

Only 

63 CONSUL Sedan 
2nd car. Only 

Free Anti-Freeze In All 
Our Can! 

“The most trusted name In 
the automobile business!'* 

In our 55th year! 

• Imperial 
• Chr> slrr 
* Dodge 
• Valiant 
* Barracuda 
Dodge Trucks 

Drive Right in 
Lois of FREE PARKING 

EV 4-8174 


FLOOR BACHELOR 
>>- Wialdnt Mdy w* 
si*n 


repair*, body w«jrk and aalnllng al , 
Momaon Cn*vnilat-tild«mui a Lid KixiM 
13£4 FORD * IN (WO SHAPE Y»l*i at Quadra. KV 1-110* 

EV3BW TRANSWU.!- AUTOMATIC TRANS regi,i„ 

mKMon tgwnail*«i EV 4 3BSL Re diatanr 
_________________ bull! aula irajia bxan MB; tun* Pre«v 

31 PONTUC CATALINA HARDTOP UP« lM «U » _ ___ 

*W.v ami inerva Al'Tl) REPAIRS REASONABLE 121 

SS-askBS** K -Sa W g. 

— -. YOUR VOLKSWAGEN SPECIAL PR1VA 


ATTRACTIVE RED-SITTING KFf- 
fbfri dln*ti*. bathroom. Adulia. Ill 
4T7 CS3. ______ 

3-RKDRM GROUND FLCV«SL’TIT. 
oanly furmxhad, *u)»t. warm, rloaa 
in JuNIre Hiap . f75 EV S-T0«C 

WINDSOR Mi/TOR COURT ’ 
Low winter rei*«. rlna* In rei hu* 

linr tVrakiy maid rervire. F.V 4-415* 


AQ Care Bafttr-LOH* 

CM Narondl.lmln* 

All Care Claady Prlrad 
kSDav. *B-SB Warraiuy 
•<n art Care over IN 
Krea Ufa laauranr* 

15-Uay Ex-hanp* Pnvilra* 
if Mayor Rraair Rei-ianre 
iMraaxafh 

F'ra 4 M a«h I.uhre 
SM.aUh IV. Wanaiuy 
\ n «« P»< mare in li«d 
C; rdn Ri»k* 


M Went *? FreiUa* *i Chav 
M Bulrk M ^enaf. • D dga. 
is lanrer 3* M-'aor Ml Plm. 
3* F< rd w P flliac ST Fred. 

97 Ov in PreiHa* Si Cm 

M f.—A Bt P «'i«r C T R -d 
m Chrv 0 Ralra *7 Ckda 
54 f«d, 1] Me a 4 *4 C*-av 

II flvv, 49 Chrrtiar «' frt 
M Ruiak. 34 FiuHiK- V Dntli-a. 
34 Chav 3* Cadittir 31 P’via 

3B Pnrniaa. 14 Mmn h 34 *i«i*a 


l» LllVKLY FURNISHED SUITE 
- r ivva ha'h haatrii Adu'ta. C.-ai 
- FV _'0 nr KV7 JO* 


COUPLES 


SEMI PRIVATE 


bngtil. 

and 


I ANGFDPO CLEAN 3 ROOMS. 
Privit* halh->»m Frldfa. laraga, 
li.fhl li 47XIim 


iraa^*-r K<» A»r and tak' 
paina-n * 4IH !aS4*4 

UT. LATE 56 HI 1CK. 3-DOOR 


modern ne\r naden. ibeiv 
I'- an «ui)a. tYidga and iIm«. Pti. 
1 V MV* 


62 CADILLAC 

vd.» n»v"'a r 
arjiappa*. Rag «4 


CRAIGmWKR AUTO C<H'6 t 
I arg- unit* L.ar winirr ratal Ore# 
in. H"« TW KV 4 S»i 

«.-5 TW<FR(K)M SUITE DIMEri 
mla puiaareuai. Phnn* EVSMno 


If You Want Your Car 
SOLD NOW FOR CASH 
Enquire MAYNARDS 
Auctions 

Cars Bought Outright 


53 CHKV, BODY AND INTERIOR 
r»«l. heed* uvXur. ID I Ivina 

GR a-255* 


COMF. OH TALL TO THE GLEN 
II -V RENT HOME TODAY LO¬ 
CATED AT 444 LINDEN AVENUE 
KV 2-4112 


*-• PONTIAC PARISIBNNE CON 
veil.Ida. auhanallc. p-awar equipped 
HI oplidoa 12 sou. M mi. 

ANY REASONABLE ~OFFER-1*1 
Chrv Her 2 door hatdlop. Good re 
ditiun EV 4«« 


60 RAMBI.KR 

Madan. Auiia.^Or 4rv» 
fcralar. turn a « — ■ Rt| 


COMPACT CARA 
B49 Fnrt - r.VVVU 
OPEN EVENING* 


BACHELOR APARTMENT WITH 
—I). Pb—a EV 2-M ll 

J ROOMS. OWN BAT'L 
hw. boa. •tom. maec 

SFLF-Ci i.NTAJhED UPPER Dti- 
Pirx *73 Naar d iy bJ4#4 

OAK HAY RAC II El OR SITTE. 
mra ant warm Wi EV Sana; 

ROOMS WITH RATH. IX WARM 
w-a-k 1*3 2311 Ida .Ntrrel 

CAN ADI AN CRIST MOTEL “* 
I and 2-badrf»>m aunrv- 474 AORI 

4 LARGE CLKAN~ROOMY FRIG*. 
aa^har GR Am aflar II i.m 

-’5-731 L!NDEN^ _ LAIWS _ SINC,|'* 
a.lh ulditic*. *4*. EV 2*303 


Jl'HILER- 
• ufn haat. 


60 CORVADt 

Radii, hawiar. aignaja Rat 

*14*4 

$1295 

60 PLYMOUTH 

M)«r HaM'on VS. p,war itrar- 
in.- Ra* li*4B 

$1395 

50 OLDSiMOBILK 

H*ixl--a> Full/ p—a» a#uippad 
flag flJTi 

- $1695 

59 FORD 

STATION WAGON Hrairr as* 
Mk Ra* *14SA 

$1295 


Sold by Auction 


» OLDS J-DOOR HAROrnr NEW 
nvV.ir A-l nnMlaai. (31 Ui Pb 
4PL»CJB 

:*• CHEVROLET BE7. AIR Al 
i'*n#Uc. re<fl" and hrai rt. »»x 1 nai 
A»av BS2.1 EV1.14HT 

m ckev 2-door HARrrmr 
Vi#« «*4I- M>a.'ina In Mala* *#> 


Growing with Victoria 
DAVID MOTORS LTD. 


•31 Johnson 


• SEIJL ■ CONSIGN • | 
TRADE DOWN 

NATIONAL MOTORS 
819 Yate* EV 4 8174 


NO DOWN PAYMENT 


1«7 CHEV 2-IX**. (-CYLINDER 
autrenalK-. run,vn redin. n,re nn 
•III • Afiar * tVLaa 


•a MERCURY Oirnet 6. 
Mandard trans. low mile¬ 
age. one owner, custom 
radio 32195 


(iun Oran 
CARS AND TKLCU 
WANTED 
Caib id 1 Mlnul4S! 

- PUMLEY - 
1010 Yales St. 


NOTHING DOWN *27 MONTHLY 
• • ZEPHYR »AU ARTS CAR.*! 
BURNSIDE AT HARRIET 


HOME OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD 
Prrvmal rare Vavancv. EVS1657 


2 ROOM SUITE n/JflE IN. let 
stanlav fVI.HI 


IMMEDIATE VACANCY, 
lan Ra.l H->ma 353 1352 


ARCAD 


« own mh srearr v* pontiai 

pwr alrredn* p»'«’' r Lrakaa ra 
ttai atkomatv- 47»70Vi 

134* CHRYSLER WINDSOR 
iranaporlaixn 3»4 MM 


VRCkiM srrrE BATTERY. HEAR 
Rra.* •; Hill GR7-MIR 


125 HOu3IRII*IE& ROOMS 
TO RINT 


n Rairhler 
” 1010 Yale* 


63 VOLKSWAGEN De luxe 
W ith radio $lt« 


GOOD 


* * v-1 W APARTMENTS 
Wallorer dl.'lanrr 11)4* Wr~ >4 

'THREE R/»»M SUITE, FI’UiY K 1 
n I Oil haai EV54WS 


VICTOR L\ S MOST 
GENEROUS AND 
GENUINE 

GUARANTEE POLICY 


Halurr Bruins Yuur Car 
Cu.NaLLl MUKR1SUN S 
Yalaa al Guadra EV ! 


SCOTT APARTMENTS 
Wa ra’ar la tr.:ddlr-afrd and rid 
rrtv ii aama I ».f '•••ni, a , hr .-hi 
and autre l*r*a Fully turnuned La 
light huuaakarpmg. Hit and ru.d 
“atar and ga* rang* in all rnnmi 
With or without prlvata ba’A N L 
•II waakly EV 2 1221. 


t«I FORD, GOOD CUNDlTIUN 
radio and nralrr S.94I EV J4’44 


61 VOLKSWAGEN De luxe 
Like new $1095 


• ' \lftl MOTORS LTD • 
Spa caah tar >uur r«- 
W Tain_EV5-S 

TUP CASH 4T)K GOUD CARS 
ABA CARMAHT 
2«4 yuadre urn Safrwat EV • 2 


740 BROUGHTON ST. 
VICTORIA B.C. 
381-1161 

Serving Viqforia for over 
50 years 


101 FOREIGN IMPORT AND 

SPORT CARS 


MORE AT MAYFAIR! 

3» niEV Sadan tl2»» 

•2 Pontiac s«un *2i»i*i 

*4 RAMBLER Am -re,, a dor *A4s8 ni 
3* DOOGE Su'mrhan 11315 d 

« METEOR sadan lima n 

5a METEOR Sadan *in*i • 

«7 FORD 3-IXvr F235 

COMPACTS ANn SMALL CAR* 

«J ALPINE Hardl.KJ *l?«r 

*1 COMET Srelan *14«5 • 

*i FALCON Tud-r UMi 

*1 ZEPHYR Sadan *I3« r 

M FALCON Fti ure tjnSi' 

*) ANGLIA Tudor * »S5 t 

*9 RENAULT Waarei ins* r 

«3 ANGLIA Wag-w Ill'S, r 

MAYFAIR - BARGAIN ROW 
« s:MCA Sadan **• 

*1 Fl >RI) S-dan 11919 r 

9* MERCURY .Sadan 1 74* f 

57 I-ORD Sadar 1 44** 

*4 CHEV Sadan ■ Vn r 

•4 CHEV Sadan * ren , 

54 FoftD Sadan I J-m < 

fua’ vpi't lh» Ml'fair Shremm* 
C-nire mi Cl'iaarda'a" 
MVYI- MR MOTORS LT" 

71# Ooiardala .7-A73IJ 


61 MKRCEDKS-Bcnz (190 
Diesel) Low 
mileage ...$?: 


• MERCEDES-RCN7 * 
Ernnrrnn* ayrananr* ant tXIPad 
rar daaitm. Call IXinran Gingham 

DAVIT) MOTORS LTD 
Yatr^il Cook KV *(10 

For ».IU' NEW VOLVO 
Saa Harx-rv Ma-rr 

* DAVID MOTORS • 

• Volvo Bna-nil:*'*! 

yj»IIP*4 EV«r*- 

FOIICED To GIVE AWAY* 
Immamjiat# 1W| Volvo PV34I pb 


59 CHEVROLET 

IVI Air Adi 'Ttktir dn 

nolv hMlaa Ra* *14*5 


royal lanc-er 

APAHTMKNTh 


WE HAVE SEVERAL LA KG I 
• f if III creivrnirrit himirkren 
rnomi and «ulia» f-r rent al THE 
HITi I 'rt S na -r 1 i' m . <a ■ 
way and wft *>r»#tie aroira 
- .r ini >imi.lull a.id rain, un-d" 
-.V 3 HL1 


CARS WANTED FOR WRECKING 
Ruhm.at-1 S.-rvira >4 2121 


15rt CEDAR Mill. TRt 
tHrlmratl Cadar Hill I 
Shrill, uma i 


60 STITDEBAKER Hawk. 
VS. auto trsns, mint 
condition $1 


59 MERCURY 

2 l>.» Ha- II 
aRuipprd Hr* 


HILLIARD ARENA SERVICE 
reO* Fi -Rb Srdan 
III • ENSIGN Automatic 
PI VS RAVnt.FR 
it,! :.f Pontiac H.rdt-p 
• n 54 CONSUL Sadan 
Fill M ROVER Sadan 
u VI e |\S| I. Sedan 
' VR MILLM AN srdan 
_ 52 AfST’N sadan 
„ i Cl W' it.SEI.EY Srdan 
:cr c.'dan 


Idexl 

$195 


SAANICH S NEWEST AND Vi 
UP TO DATS RKSIfll:VDAL 
APARTMENT JIITI.DIN4; 


NEAR BEACON HILL PARK 
• ran turnialM'il .'rtant au.fr. Nm 
kill hrn ratunro aimnlra* a'rr 
•ink. nutxmalKi haat and alronrio 
Alt h.r S1A.SU n*r m.ailh Smgl' 
<4ri.-r prikun <«>I> GR7-2223 


TRIANGLE 
TRAILI-.R SALES 


51 MERCURY -Serian V*. 
nuto irans, jxiw-er Meet 
Ing One owner, ahow- 
room condition 1595 


58 FORD 

Fa . lair Au'-mattr 4< 

■grata heaiai Rag t 


r n IS milaa nf hoth Ijn- 1 
and Gmla Hrad 1 ampua 


*ra is* 45'NlE 2 i»4rii -BROCK" 
by Gan* ret Canplrlely futrt.-hrd 
and at a no» l.a* r»nra fir a Ca.na 
t\ mn bu If uni* Ihji' tnyrtfip * «n 

• 'I ml. iitj!v ?S% 4^-vm po 1 * 

* «u Ml 3'iur wm hdwnr. fiattiM'* i»kr 


rvu NOTHING IWIWN |3.A MONTHIY 
«2A-,. 1NM MG-TC 11 •** ARTS CARS 
BURNS!!IE AT HARRIET 

rm fMMACIT.ATE I**1 VAUXHAl.i. 
»■ -i ' V ' aadan Offrr* in\i-rd 
EV *«••'• 


> FATURING 

Kin ahif Srrv nr ('.■ntr'dlrd I# 
tram* RaUi«i>r«. Drapra Cat.i*. 
•i»i n IndnMoal Hrat Cnurs.; 
T' l-il Ralhnvima with C 4ntrel fiv 
lurra Hrat l-an-t* and >'an«. M-«4 
'I'alrfAi l-ahor revind Kitin.-na .olh 
f ol AppGafV'aa Catpa-rd Nm'* 
Knt.anta amt Thnaigh Halt* Fi*« 
l.aundiv FatiiUir- Fir* Paf-kthl 
Suprrinr :-aindnr.«d i|{ with l>.a-d* 
Willi Mr'warn Supra 


H AKiOS lilUSKN APARTMENTS 
k21 Paralre-, Singlr ant <5«iWr 
•lregan; anil h. uMtare-raru: p,»na 
and «i'jh, .WanwrN, Tv . rfW, nr 
.•H-o-re* pAiloiK Wi-rkly #n,i 
,ia«1tniy rm'.ra EV5'*'*' 


58 PONTIAC 

R ntas hrat 


K3 RAMBLER 5Ti0 n«>sir 

Mimp lii Euiiy 

equipped $219! 

tO TRIUMPH Herald 2- 
Dotir. one owner Clc*n 
as a pm 4 $139: 

55 niw «> Luxe. 2-Door 
Spotless $69: 

59 MKRCEDKS-Reru (190D 

Kully riar«nteed $io» 

57 VANGUARD Sedan. 

Very clean $59' 

& RENAULT R8 Sedan 
P.anio $159' 


.Nat PflEE.. 
v* VOt.KSWAGEN 
*1 VAUXHALL Cl 
•■5 V XU'-lt At. 1 . « 

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3* VOLKSWAGEN. 

Min' '-th.-r t„ rhiawr fr*>m 

.Did' - ' - '•*.* I \■ rra 

EV 3-7*11. nr GR 1 «I* 


SEE tT NOW" 
WINTER HOUR* NOW 
FEf T » AM * PM’ 
At I. DAY FRIDAY 
Ptam# GR • 3921 R*a 


TRI men „R nE*T OFFER 
*4h3 re UH 4 ICTd 

TIMS 


HVMUERA GRKKN 
gb; an tit it - .i i i 

*35 PER MONTH AM* UP 
.-ill 4IOVKHNMKNT 


58 RAMBLER 

Atlbditau' dr< a radi" 
lu-n I'gnalr Ra* 11.5* 


IrAIlt,!' SLEEPING !:•«*.M PR) 

' ,-r rn-'-tvi Alan taaiarurrethh 
. jn TV *ink* ratp-art L7.Y1 
ParatO EV *•■»*) 

CLEAN COMFORT AJIl.!. QUIET 
D>mmuni*.v kt-rtien* Dmvn'nvm |,, 
raij.in tWvonab re H-o>a. JjO For 
EV A at 27 


$1 DOWN- 

SI A WEEK 

Buys a New- Goodyear Tirr 

V- ua Ire B-ak* Rrtiinng Wbta 
Alignmar" Sho< ka and Aluirttra 

Eaay Eiar Ttrma 

VICTORIA TIRE LTD. 

Governrern' at Hrratd EV J *-*' 


J C MOTORS LTD 
Nn'rmli*r P-nranra 
*4 'IERCURV Hard!..- 

M MERCURY V" atirk 

»•; Pt.YMOt TH V 4 
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57 CHEVROLET 

BH Au Au' - n.Miri 

a.2nal» Rff II Pi 


BOBS TRAlLiiR SALES 


04 I UPAN4 Y 
lat In i34h DKCKMBER 


SUPER MOTORS LTD 

S FORD Fairlara. V-* Radio. Seat 
halta Lik* na«a *21*j 

X MONARCH Lurarn# MIm Hard 
t"P Full powrr Continrntal 
kit (JIMS 

5* ford Vintreia Hardti-p. Auto¬ 
matic. v i r»5 

•I VOLKSWAGEN D*iua* 

Hartto |!DS* 

BANK FINANCING 
1*13 Qua dll FV i ora: 


Kamilla and ftamingn 
M' bilr Homr- 

PK4 IT KENXKILL artf contamad 
airrpa at a Nava t»SA at ».T?.*n 

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4«ir liailruritn hmtaa from *u<n 
Twi^Kadriaijn huura Irnm *tjj 
TTirer-ltcdr-a.m hour at tiGi 
PH'OE EVMH.7 
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MKAHS A WHYTE 
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tiaim aul'r avai.aut*. Nr»ly urto- 
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frHi*e .snd wrer FuU laundry fa, ,ti. 
,lr * TV , " W. <a>pi«t. atm, 
LuilaMi Artuionly. Pfvea 


57 CADILLAC 
r.«ib* ivvni* ru 
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54 PONTtAC Fadan 

-s a I NT1 \ 0.4 - 
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3* P'-'CK Srdan 
>i »H-t>N Sedan radio 
57 CORD * Sedan 
■4 !>• »'X:R..V.N aulnmat'-C 

55 DI-ICE Hl'rtt I 

l'l Ouadrp »' ! •n- n 


LARGE FURNISHED ROOM. USE 
r hr mi wavbar 1127 Fit' 

aflar Sam 


NATIONAL 
- on Y «tes - 


56 FORD 

H-i.li.... hrairr 

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t LEAN H IIMMIKD 2 ROoM* 
ai.na frid*. 137 Ma-b.oan 
KVHIA4 aftci 4 3d pm KV . 4144 
COMF1 .HTABT.r RO>)M 

.1 «-|ai > Rraanll,:* rant 
III ut.nl re *S.V<CI4 


andy and jack oti# t 

__ 25rc OFF 

NEW TlKth ANYTIME’ 

FRANCIS BATTERIES & 
TIRES LTD 

230 Rtananaid St EV S-TW; 


THAVKI. TRAD ER WANTED 
1* IT Mndrm Tia.n ha.’« with 
abla bale ran M cr *4 mrelrl Willi CLEAN 
nay rnah H Blraadalr ta* F.rf Si . nrar -- 
VM-’r.na Be EV 2 *741 or rvrninta. .nt ludf 
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HORWOOD BROS. 

1"45 MORRIS "no 
NOW ONLY tins 
HD DOWN 
SS2 PER MONTH 
COMPLETE WTTH LIFETIME 
GUARANTEE 


56 CHEVROLET 


HARD-TLFGET Model 

W4 IV411|.< taui rntitfn 4 d»-i 
alatHkl -'au.*i V ‘ aiit.'maiH 
l» »rr ai viinc and rein., :>*w 
la«m and h*ig<. Trad* and pa-- 
nirnta ao-arurd GR If 47 


ESTATE «*1.E 


swiagen 


u. ; v, ■ tutu, va-hdr 1 Uii- 

Me harrti'*> Full J>*»'rr 

ure t.'«* lurbina d'Ttan-w 

c u.n'l-'vre unit -.*< mn milr. 
-at la miira.ii'ala and abreiid 
-n '.tlirral blrna lo raaiam 
party *'VE 4 Hfrre 47T'. , 1f4 


RNI-IIKD lilt HFAT 
it -ii. an'ran. • amr 
<tnvi> FV 3 3*13 


WESTERN Uh TIRE STORE 
Flail Fuad 50e. 
Tuhairaa Tic 

USED T1RI.S - S3trv» «rWa 

4-C'xll ant mar aim in a’ork. 

A block eiuth ,rt Maylair. 
Phona 3*5 21*1 


Wa aril pure and r-A.irrd a'umkiam 
tra.irr ahr.-'a Call in n-n« at 
S 3 PE DEN LTD 
2«5 Qtiaroa’ 3**3I*4 


56 JAGUAR XKliO 
Roadster 


NI4F WARM FI RNISHED Mouse 

. nirtm !.»r»rri •» rl*»*4 


IMPORTS 


ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT 

On lira* flia* re. uriani-y Da<rmiier 
I t - iiumhit.- T\‘ ariirnna 
tauml) fa. Hi!.-- »■ ii. par m -n-h 
'*•-»»* o- .-ru *' pci m-nlh »"h 
«r - i ■ ■ Fan 

i id V.<*rny Apartmari'i B'ro 


$1695 

59 RAMBLER' Wagon—Fully 
equipped. SAI.E .... $995 


n«I ECONOUVE WINDOW VAN 
T iaa> mi:na atitl in alyaarrimcn '-*1 
dine Rra- o ,.n»r>. a W ai'd 
maka a ay«*trrful rami**' (.’ nr 
Partly f n.n.ait GR *-i'T7 


•3 WOL.sr4.EY Sedan 11 
a luxury rar al only 
•) MINI Stalin Warn, r 
dual twnanar umt 
Cl PD.NT7AC Pariilanna 
Hardt.*n All Iwxuji 
ruuipmrnt 

Cf VAUXHALL Ctrrta E 
i-mdlfauv Saa ihia nna 
M CHENTIOLET V *. 
Redan 


TOTEM TRAILER SALES 

1^1 ua aril y.mr tratri Iriilar 
mobi’.a fr-.ma. ret nms.gnmatli na 
Pana and pr pan, atadanl* 
Pb 'C.a OR k-lfitl 


65 ENVOY VAN 

In 1 ip cavlium Rr* |14>«5 


H*Rt>TOp4! 


FURNIsMKII ROOM AND HofHF 
V.rrrtbd -- It-.-. I.'a*, ralaa T-nan 
i.m ■ 777- F-rt *• 

FYTRI.ADY CLEAN WARM NEAR 

■ mi* •!< Mrs SV I .'<* 


TkJCKS 


l«sa fbiNTI.AC I.AURENTIAN SE 
•Ian. aut.imal’r V-* r»»1 nfidoa 

"-.cugb-dH. rlrean. aaiTifl'-a I! 373 
FV I 7RT" 


' 4 1-lrei mi ainiilra and dtuia 

h Hat drvka and dumpa *.">5 an I 


Nrw "anguard Campna at 
Lot f’AHI.N SALE* 

479:270. 73* GreriMrram i.R M*lt 


Top Value for Trade* 


WHY PAY HIGH KENT’ GARDEN 
Park I— - al Avr , u lb* an,war to 

•« rani in th* mret aiiraC'i# 
•urcrejjvungt Two Mnrka fr,ra 
f wn and Cremtry « h|re^* frren 
Mo • ‘ Ros-I n.-« t re '- a- 
*s” 2 hadr.«>mi al *-*1 I helrnren at 

> - - • ta. 'I. : . . , 

trena ann •** **4 »•. « 


k Sain Lid 
EV 5 


Pl.VM 1UIH VERY CLEAN 

Walt Gnrel nihlwl llf«l M 

nllrr 3F250 Wnndhreiaa Rd 


;iL3.'*'t 


62 MORRIS Minor 

Haair- upitlt Ha* •: 


3 MENZlFIS AT *f; a LARGE 
rreim all fntmd. *7 Mr, 3FIS 4-7 1 

1 » t . • v* AiJ R H RD 

Garagr Wnrkin* man .»* 4‘N* 


UTILITY TRAILERS 
Ala Ray at Cathrnnr KUC.D. 


N-CTHING DOWN *7* MONTHLY 
-A'* Chevrolet .Sedan dallvre ■ t4« 

Art a 4tars Humudr at Har-:rt 

-NiTTHIVt; DOWN *42 MONTHLY 
Mnrej *-*■•&, Art > 

Ci~ > HtimaKla ai Karri-' 

INTERNATIONAL PICKUP 

mrei cMrav aut'imati, .Nrrhaulad' 

• a ttUU" air EV VlffV. 

3u n 7 sEI.L FOR CASH P,,N 
Mr aailan drl'\r:> Cnaap l*b w 


* * PORTA CARA • 

#* TRIUMPH TR3 Wire whrala 
radw . 

B* TRIUMPH TRJ. 


■ 1 cCf»« Tradaa *' 


STl'DEBAKER • VOLVO KVM ”" 
* MERCEDES-BENZ 


HOTELS 


-V4 CHEV 4 DOOR V » OVER 
drtv*. rertm F’retr »*« urea «in 
d'»v wanner. Offer* 1*3 77"* abr: 
12 rreyi 


62 RENAULT Gordinl 
Radm hra'ar atgnaii 

r 1*5 


ENJOY PIEN'TY Of HEAT-ROT 
'vn'*.. il*> alrvatre pre-n* and d*,l> 
ma d arrvire Rare* *73 pat **ra 

and up' 

WHERE AT" 

Tiie ROYAL OLYMPIC 
HOT El. 

GO nouz’aa ■« .Tuhnwih At FIV 4 139a 
A un rei and firr-prtrt hurl 

RIT7.'HOTEL ” 

Haaairahi* baj««»aapin* or alaap • 
m« i joma Ham bj day, weak o, 


A I turnout IBM 
- BANK FINANCING - 

Morris -MG.- Wolsciey 
Open Bam. to I p m 
1 jxhn-ra Atreri EV 1 *m 


FIRNIsHED ROOMS ATI. SUP 
pliad *:5 Qurrna. EV v4«I« a'rr 3 


DAVID MOTORS 
- LTD. - 
liOl Yate* at Cook 
KV 6-6168 


VACANCY AT *>I2 COOK STREET 


THE KINGSTON 

3T> K:\GSTON STREET 

J ... 1 and ' .rj.-,,- .. 

*' 41 rt. lAi.m.ng a,. 

" -9 'b.i- or r 

44 and EV -• *S«. 


62 CONSUL 315 


DLIlA HARDTOP cot PE IN 
1l .mil Ullla I d'llilam Uptbiii'ri. 
a >»« Marhanu al} a und V- 
4. ra vac nlry-r ofw N> pna. 
ruu.pmcnl Will limp: redn rar aa 

pa i payment. EV B-T4T.' 


7 PONTMC SE-'V. 
■rod,, w*i’f uyils 
EV4-VA3 r* mini’s 


SPH< AL WIN TFR RVIE- 
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•I Furni -I.' I IP's with • ■ 

phnnr and IV, »r|| brslrd f>.. . 

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.. mr Ml .nrw 


62 FALCON 


'•M F'ORI). HALF TON EXCEL 
,-n’ , nd.*-,n new i,ir. a,. ,, 

**■* 47s.7411 avrn.ngs >13X1 


BRAND NEW 1REDPOO.M APART 
mrni . Un .,-v.oar 1 |r Jar-res 

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fr-srr *7j t.j »yj prr mrrtln uprn iur 
ma:»- U n EV I Or 3 

EtWllTwALT «sr MODE RN ' SMC 

and ,*pan *S rrewn kjaudmanl Kr* 
and ran** ar.l !.„• m, Ivaiad Ukhu. 
taaMPr 'Mtaa WnaJI bans 

I V A3*p 

I’.VHELOR AP.NPTNIENT SPACt 

•aja dr lu re *-:. Elata're. 'aunit'• 


■*4: FORD HALF TON PICK''P 
<r>d rendition. Nrarr* offrr BlW- 
IT* 2-, *4 


LADY'S SPECIAL 

1*13 finaul ardan. color blua. match 
Inj upftnlUcrv Top caadlUoa Trade 
•nd pa> mania acraptld GR T-19F7 

7W4 PAR1SIENXK 4-DOOR HARD ! 
top fullv rquipprd, low milaagr. 11 
o wnar EVd-IRW. 

REPOSSESSED AUTOMOBILES 
frm 111 prr mufllh A'-rrpianrr 
C mini Fell 3X3822 GHAJM 


61 VAUXHALL 

Haatrr, ngrala. 


U* VOLKSWAGEN 
3*2 TTTf afire 5pm 

*4 DODGE n «TONf Rin'AI 

tdnr hardi'd) all p wn >*«r» 


MERCURY XTATIONBI’S HARDLY 

ujad I no ,« I„t rtnjsn 

107 BARTS, ACCESSORIES 


■» AMERICAN PONTIAC 547 CU 

Fsrtl naii* Oflaea. r7»*ir aflar 
4 M OR *3W! 

1«4 7EPHYR NEW CLUTCH 
b,,k 1 tirra •*dvn *373 nr naar ..: 

■ far EV 7 4TC 


i** FUT i inn 4 -door sedan 
2 ume Immarulat* rondrtwe STD 
GR 3 _*41J 

RELIABLE TRANSPORTATION~ I) 
1 'V1« H.idremaiii radki hrairr turn 
* cnal> EV 42*43 


Island ■ Largest and 
Busiest Dealer 


*■ wixnmMiatK pi. 

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and ‘ni* irr \.*,n In 1h4i r-.n.-arird 
ra-* r taynr *r> «■>* f * 

l»uodr> parkin* TO 
EV l AFS.' 

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*iuulment O, . > • • 

ran**, td-i’llr Iwm rmrarer. .*■ 

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3»' "227 a'trr 4pm J 

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. roannir and m«,d aarorr. It c<,atri : REpIVkiM SELF 

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IfA HILLMAN MINX TOP CON 
diren I41W milrarr TOP EV V 7-.1” 

NT CH' V '-IXF ,R -3 Y 9 -r., V M MIPS* RUNNING OW'yW 

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MORRISON 

niEVROt.ET 

OIJ1SMOBII.F. 

LTD 


V IDI.ESALE PRICF-a AM) N 
t- wvn Payment aht= ca"- 
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p T 1 a-i.m IT GR ta. jS* 


HAYWARD HOI SE 
•VAM'GT VEH .STREET 


■31 METEOR. GOOD CONDfTl'VN 
A AV ITS >43 


TWo.ZEPHYR WHEF.I-S FtiR AM 
*3" '• 'J Lrr« GR YI'74 

^ANGF'ORU ai TO tv PECKERS 
"74 IRM IjSTMEAM GH«2-» 


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au’nrnalit' <IH3lir; 

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H,«j4n and t-w-n Kunau 
,«ri F-nir Mnrka 'ram diwn 
Tap varaneirt Plraar pbreir 


!*;■ FAIRIjANF la RA' MILEAGE 
P I 'M Elmrr Prircam. EV 4-«!" 


11*4* VlH KNWAGF.N PICKUP NEW 

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ALWIN — 54- 54 EXCELLENI CON 
-'dllion, 1271 1*4 5*7l 


FOR SALE :w OUV T'-.F- 
A.nlradr- Proer *779 EV AX'; 


CHRYSLER *143 I' FARGO 
ka Birki*. 83. LV j UU 


'•51 CHEV NPkSSEV ER COUPE 
Radio haatrr. rtc . (IS*. EV 4 R£ 


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ISO HOUSIS rot SALI .ISO HOUSES FOR MU 


10 Bali# (JnlonW 
r..^. y mmtrn 17 . iM4 


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IF YOU'RE A 
MEMBER OF A. 


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IF YOU CAT SLOWLY 
YOU'LL EAT LB*S? 


WESTERN 
HOMES LTD 
klT FORT STRKIT 


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RANDALLS LTD. 

737 Pandora EV 48100 


CHRISTIE POINT 
APARTMENTS 
2891 Craigowan Road, 
on Portage Inlet 


» it- >> ,-t non ... 

SEA FRONT S^OOMS 

HOME AND GROUNDS 3 KUUMa 

,, , . . Mipar.nr hull Bunco Iwpla. • 

Id«u ter the prxdMJiowl or ewco- >rv yarn*. Llvtiw man. kwely ftr»- 
tiv* mini hune Nicely irred but pun. diriuw room. thru lull. 2 lg* 

' mplrlcly secluded Located « nedrooms. two el*r. kititn wdto» 
ipanrou (round! wiih utunl trees. rmner Pcmhrok* bathroom High. full 
hosier hern. puds. rlr Owing no* cement flumen i. pkg oil furna,e. 
itmplo'r bay aid half >4 aivilwr D-I garage Full pnoa U1X wt;a 
bay Idea) fir boat landing or *3S0n down 
a .plant maorili. R, at k Lipped Call Mr Sudbury GR 31301 


GOODACRE TOWERS SEa ^ ^Se SEA 
Gracious Living large j-bidroom *urrxs pri 

I VATX BALCONY. SCENIC VTKWR 

Oppoaite Beacon HiU Park p- ““«** 

33C Douglas Street FAMILY BLOCKS 

Victoria -CHILDREN WELCOME- 

•BEDROOM SUITES. SUS par 

Phone 38M11I m.*,h. 

3BEOROOM SUITES. l>a BATH 
— ROOMS. 4135 pn rn-nth. 

o.,.h,lnr RENTALS INCLUIEE - UVING. 

DINING ROOM DRAPES HEAT. 

Dne-Bed and Two-Bed Suites laundry facilities. baby 

CLINIC. 

Spacious Accommodation kindergarten for children 
I nteresting Lease i u l year*. siu m ■*»*. 

ArrangemenU TOWNHOUSE'S 


■USlHtai 

OPPORTUNITIES 


WORKING MOrHER AND BAUGH 
irr. Willow* Srhmil. am full* In 
Irani nr dan. KV 334U* 


Montreal trust 


6v; 

AVAILABLE ON top QUALITY 
-NEW LOANS AND REFINANCING 
PEMBERTON. HOLMES LTD. 

EV 4-8121 


ROCKLAND AVE. 

An excellent ctJBv«ikl.n. » suites, 
•hoc ami frame c> oilruclion. idling 
• «i a romrr kit id shrub*. flowrri 
and a magnolia Ur*. Suite* througti- 
<ml are in (.aid runditkui and there 
ar* nu vacannew Ideal plai* tro 
•WT1M manajrm.nl Price SAa.SOu 
Net rental! M ouu net year. Owner 
will nmaider a houas ai part pa) 


GARDNER AGENCIES 
LTD. 

899 Fort Street 
383-1448 


111 DUPLEX!* TO RENT ■ i niyirsity district, new 

__aur beautifully rnsahed blank- 

GROUND FLOOR DUPLEX 2 *M «A 4 bratnaana . , UaUwr.a, - 
ordnaana. Large living and kiuheh, 

pantry. rang*. Full haarmrnt. u» 
dual burner Large Harden nrw!> 
traced Herd IS Sh at HI Man 
rhrst-r 

UPPER DUPLEX I Bedroum* 
living mum. kitchen. range Hid 
water hen* tnrluded for SIU. Sr* at 
L'i G.itge Rua-t. Further detail* 
smart A Hudarot atfir*. 419 Grog* 

Road. Ph*me. da>a only. EV 2-5148. 

AVAILABLE HTC IS FAIRFIELD 
Jnedssasm dygilrx nrwr aaa. Park 
nun fhvO*a«a. s*ax!*r 
iiweg. i iwirr adulu prefni-ed -V> 
pel*. please. IT»n* JKU 1*17 at 

-— METUHOSIN 

I174A HURDETT iSxSl 1-BED rlaelrtr al.w 
room, living room, kllchen. Fridge Ri g'KMKluM 
aiu stove. Heal and but water in- lur i«.-up-v 
■ italed. No children, to’ nee month. | F-SQUUHALT 
Available Nos L IMA Vleturia i Asad sa 

K eallv EV J 4 143_Eh RNSlUdM 

K-qum-aH: I bedrm maln-fluur iuire| 
at «M Grafton \ JAMVLS BAY 

- pAi ioua. ' • chi dren. Only SSi per 
mo Real value lalt Mr K Var | blaiRMAN !■ 

E a liana. *»««. ISLAND HUMES 
LTD. 1 —-—j— 


QUADRA FINLAYSON 

.An evceiflenl S bedmra. while aturr« 
home full batemeni. new furnare, 
• rp dining room. Igr living room wnh 
ineptaie Igr Youigaioum Utrnen. 
Fembrok* bath with ahowor. Neal 
rat den. Near ail arhoola. on bus. 
Underpriced at 11=300 Owner aiU 
■ arry ae. rvl mortgaga U weeiuiy. 
Pbona for detail! 

A. Elen man. home EV 2-MU 
das I EVA nos. 


NUatleaa AULmUUc Elevalan 

Wide. Cameled BaUwaja 

Panjuat Kwn 

Vanity Balhrouma with tman 
WeaungbouM Eguipmenl 
Howevwall Individual Tharmoauu 
France Provincial Kuchma 
Large Bale">ie« 

Soundoroag Aecuouwodauan 
Antenne amoM 'ad TV 
Drape* Supplied-Two Tracks 
Ample Laundry FacUttMi 
Parking lnrltadad la Rant 
AttractJ*! PooL Bimkan Card mi 


I MONEY TO LOAN ON WORT 
* NEAR NEW 2-BEDRM Hid SI gaga■ quick deciaiona. aiau agr« r 
wun u.si laM-nwi, oil flaw Cknrimenia and murtgagea purchMad Ur 
.. aiL.d Very di-akBhlr home h* i caah. S»e ua lor lop once 
SI3 far momfv Available Jan. 1 A BERNARD A CO. LTD. 

Uhj -teal vu-sley INare .US Fort Sireel EV 4 ASS 


Resident Rental Managers. 
Clare and Irene BrynV>H*on 
Inquiry Office open 10 a m. 
to 8 p.m. daily 
Telephona 385-0644 

BUILT BY CONSOLIDATED 
BUILING CORPORATION. 
TORONTO. MANAGED BY 
MONTREAL TRUST COMPANY 


Mr Randall -Etta, EV 2 MIT 

RANDALLS LTD. KV 4-8109 


• OLDER TYI*K WH BE rflrei Mon 

leCey Phi A 1 UeOn*«rui k. ur 
manih Available Dre. 1. 311C Hart 

Ml St. 

Tu View Aluie Ptewae llua 

386-2111 . 

MONTREAL TRUST CO. 


SC.SJ* BUYS sa.«» SECOND 
■grewmeri. payable MB iraeuh. 7N. 
Senini} : Dubirv w*Hi 'awlmeil and 

•*l Mai •FbYl Ft '■ 

SHI nveith i. 


16 SUITE APARTMENT 


GOODACRE TOWERS 
350 Douglas Street 
Pleas* phone for brochure 
385-8111 


\*odem narco a part mem block nw rote brn It F.P duung room nn 
apprux 1 jr old. 1 -'-bedrm euiire; Uw ' L . Smart elec. Luchea with 
e 1-bedrm ailiri plui ipa'tuui 2- mahoyin; rabmela elec Ian. «Ulm 
Iwdrm aulte for irw.yer or care- I cm Heel emit, dining area. Through 
laker. All aultei self contained and lull P'an: I dandy HR a with CU a 
equipped with rangea and fytdeei. Mailer HR hue = pee. inwdrr rtn . 
l.aiaUry rm with waahere and dry 4-pc*. Pembroke baihim. with butlt 
eri All euitee have Individual iher- In vanily lop, 4-fl. ceramic l;le 
rrv.alat heal eontrot Try your drum around tub, hall i-oat cknrl and 
payment hiking prRe |1JS not Ex- linen clo»ei. Dak flonri thp.ugh.ui 
iliiilve Hating M E Hrallhwaile. Sliding gla»i d.mr to large eun- 
F.Vi "*16. EV 11S45 Flaawlal Sur deck jff UH Full i.ioirrie ba-e 
vey Ltd ment, uil-O-Metic hear elec. ll.W 

_____ tank, plum lied fur wearier plumb¬ 
ing roughed In for another hath- 1 
VVTRFIKin room, mughed-tn rumpus ™i 

NIDF. BY SIDE DUPLEX ”,«t^ ^ 

In excel lent condition, offering a treed IA m aiea of ail new ex 
tpuciuu* one and a two-bedroom penaivg home! N H A. moeigage of 


SS 15a BI YS 14 inn SF.COND MORT 
gage, to.] meih. 7'.N, 4-year Mm 
S*«ur*) S*4«i. auincme Ihm.ly 

htene rflae in. 

PVwae igtl Mr Hawkea ai Ihiuglaa 
Hawlwa Ud. 107 A F\»4. X4-T1>. 
n-e 3x5-25"* 


REGENT TOWERS 
415 Michigan St. 
Phone 383-6216 


MONTCLA1RE PARK 

I 'ear old I bedroom* I ba'h- 
n«jm« approx l*10 aq. ft.. Ursa 
ad rum pm area wired tor wtMvr 
and dryer A quaLtiy-bwH hronc woh 
ail laiexi fralure. including aun- 

derk. 1,'i mnet***,. gin ^ 
mn. in,, laxea Trx C.n*l dn»vn. 
rull pr lie Mi Vt" We rwn l ab-w 
y°4l anything in men pace 
Aliaa Elen man home rv MM 
offlca EV 4-Bine 


BURNSIDE GARDENS 

CHtoDREN WELCOME] 

• Famtly-wjla gardw apta. 


JMllJi 


HRUW.N HHOK HTATAIJ 


PRIVATE INVESTORS 


1750O 4aI Sl’AKTOh KUAD TTUa I1S000 needed lo amalgamate extat 
la a knrly une hednxen hou«e tn mg mortgagee on lexenue piupeOy. 
the country. OH lurnar* wired repayable at lira per mroith What 
fur range- We ran rothae Mae oiler*’ Vk-tona Pnaa. Box 4i« 
rent f.w a tenant who will main — - - ■ — 

lam the lovely garden Vi ST MJ.I. Dt K TU ILLNE» 

BHOWN BROS. AGENCIES LTD g”«l *xq. Wld lake !*>' 

11=5 Rlanahard EV Mm anytime «wr tr '-wi aa lag paymenl. Ml 

ATTRACTIVE. WELL”EQUIPPED 

■mall aeaiide hou*e. Deep Cove. |4| HWSINIS1 

Rrnl free IB exchange tor aO hour* ____ 

per -- ™uri M n.». (» room- OPPOaTUNITIIS 

■'< nearby - heme. Suitabl* fro-— 

widow. i» wife if ampler)»d man 

No children 4 7530a _ HERE'S A GOLD MINE 

RENT OR RENTAL PURCHASE LICENSED RESTAURANT 
^“^en 1 JSSTtuSnlri PLUS HOME 3 ACRES 

h '“ tw ^'; -v<> Thl. well kromn roatauiunl a« 

pma and lea til* Lmmedtali pa UlUri9 mlractton la .mix a =5 


ONE-BEDROOM SUITES 

From U«S par »voatb 

BACHELOR SUITES 

From ITS per month 

FEATURES: 

• Swimming Pool 

• Shuttteboard 

• Large Outdoar Patia 

• Barbecue* 

• Patio Balcuolee 

• Automatic etavakeg 

• Froa perkkig 

• > minute* la iowatoara 

Rpntsl enquiring from 
9 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily 
REGENT TOWERS 
Phone 383-6216 


• g badraomi. lisa (L2M aq tU 

• DuuhW glum tang 

• Pnvata gaiHoa haiaumea 

« Baal iM hm waiar aupplla* 

• Wamar and drjar ta aach to 

• TV hookup and draga* 

• hubvidual baai tamp* M hauri 

a day 


CITY CENTRE 
BUSINESS BLOCK 

Thl* it a Iitorey mild taick build 
ing. exceUent conauwctinn >•« 
Eadlet H ene at 7S1 and J55 View SI. | 
They roqtare larger premiwe en 
Ihle li a golden opportunity fur 
».mrone with viuoo. There it ap¬ 
prox. 440B aq 11. Inude on ear* 


“S1000 DOWN" 

* S90 PER MONTH" 

• FAIRFIELD’ 
•IMMACULATE" 

Be tu 1 a In are ihl* 1»YEAR 
YOUNG. BEAUTIFULLY - KEPT 
CLEAR TITLE, TWO - BEDROOM 
STUCCO home. 11 lealuroe a UJE. 
KITCHEN with DINING AREA. 
FULL rtASEMENT. ILO-M heat 
DRIVE IN garage The yard n 
lovelv" v uh GAKDF.fi AREA xml 
FRUIT TREES SEE TRLS tor auro 
and MAKE AN OUTER on aalung 
prtca of 

S13.750 

Call Tom Moore. EV 3-2152 or eve¬ 
ning* EV = JW4. 


* Large haaUl pool 

• t u .j a gin pped playgnamd 

BLRJUIDE and T1LUCLM 
Pooaa MIU4 


SOLD! 

YOU CAN TOO! 


You cm expert to receive an offer 
for 'our revenue properly within 
iwn week*. You receive luH market 
value! Recent advertlilng ha* pro¬ 
vided u* with numerou* Invetlmenl 
buyer*. Thu 1* an excelleni lime 
to aell. Hurrv and rail L. F. KIRK 
Mgr EV Vf741, Noethwealern Se- 
■ urttiee l,td 


PARKS IDE TOWERS 

tram *r kxwwa OMI b 

■ am mto have a ><e ai t2a> Ar 

liaHwful aea baifldang ml Ihanra 


." Heywuud aol Hagagl «rael. up 
poaar m-wroai HiU Park and <au 

Hgduaiu to 'own. FUUJTUxv 

and .SOUNDM*** <wruei» nr, 
anava See our brn u i d ully CAH 
1‘i.TV) and PRK&xL RTZXJJ HALLS 
W> oUar OXE HEUWAyM Two 
HEDHIRIM mad STL OKI U-TTEb 
Priced right baloondsdn 
ALL Sim*. TWO ELEVATORS 
DrGkPES DOUBLE TV OITLXT 
WITH I' M. PARQUET FLOORS 
(YJLORTD RANGUi and FRIDGES 


Exclusive Rental Agenis 
NORTH WEST TRUST 
717 Fort SL 


NEWTON 

GARDEN VILLAGE 
APARTMENTS 


AVAILABLE DEC 1 EBEDROOM 
ante Hove and fridge. 1JJ0 Odd 
at ream Av*. IT* 2b 13 


5900 DOWN 
$90 MONTHLY P.tX. 
3 BEDROOMS 
OO-M HEAT 
COPPER PLUMBING 
STUCCO EXTERIOR 
NO BASEMENT 
SEPARATE GARAGE 
JUBILEE AREA 
59500 

Call T"m Mrmre FV MS’ 
ete*. EV2-JM* 


SAANICH REALTY LTD. 
3943C QUADRA ST. 

GR 9 1642 


MODERN SIDE-BY-SIDE l-BED- 
room. Bear Eaquimalt Arena. Ml 30 
EV IIM _ 

SkO WAR* ST S ROOM DUPLEX 
EVKMI3. EV »-TlSII _ 

LOWER. 2 BEDROOSLS. HEATED, 
elertnc range. t75 Vat Tnrtmn. 


CALL UH TCtlAY 
BROWN BROS AGENCIES LTD 
Lias — -a. ev Mm 


CITY 

3 rental* paying well over 10*4 net. 
alureo building. DOM heat, cloaa la. 
Aatclng |13.gSfl with roily II 300 caah 
To view the above call Jack Rrown. 

Fvea F.V 4-4974. EV 4-*12* 

PEMBERTON. HOLMES LTD. 


1738 NEWTON ST. 

Four Blocks from 
Royal Jubilee Hospital 


OAK BAY 
TWO-THIRDS ACRE 
APARTMENT 
OPPORTUNITY 

GRACIOUS. SPACIOUS. REVENUE 
property. Beat quality pee war con- 
at ruction. Dwatlon I* EXTREMELY 
PICTURESQUE. SO SUITABLE FOR 
APARTMENTS Exi»nng revenue ta 
eery gi>id. All suites have 
PRIVATE OUTSIDE ENTRANCES 
Upper suite has three TWIN SIZED 
BEDROOMS AM suite* huxe SPAC 
lot's. BR GHT LIVING ROOMS 
wdh charming FIRKPlJkl'ES. The 
basement la ao dry and s-iid. NEW 
WIRING excel lent HOT AIR HEAT 
ING plant. This proparty If very 
rea*roiable Tn view pleat# can 
CLIFF STRF.TTH 1*2 *14* or 
343 743d. Victoria Really Ltd. 


ATTRACTIVE COIN LAUNDRY 
well ntobliwiad. showing eeretlenl 
returra with minimum work Wnsi- 
derful toralk* Pryc* F5O0C See 
Mr Jones. F \. Cabetdu Ud 
Broad St . SS-7174 or residence 
war 


UNIVERSITY GARDEN HOMES 

la'ia. goamd-graol Eamlly Unit* 
2 or 1 Bedroom*—Family Room 
g'oy* a Via W a sher and Dryer 
Carports and Playgrounda 
H«t Wa'te >nd Hast IncL 
Near School* - Store* 
hunderlu—Inner Paiioa 
.v*md proof Walla 


3 BEDROOMS 
SI500 DOWN 
3411 BETHUNE 
$7800 

Drtie h.- ih,« nay cnanfi* u>..« 
home » .i i t.»* been r*m<«- d 
Inside Ideal fxc familv requ. ■ * 
ihrct bedioum *• romm «»*uon n a 
kiw price rangr Croi'fii.eni •■* 
w-honl*. bus aid * hopping Tn xtew 
interior -call Mr Hanley GR2-<14i. 


Paalurhig— 

Rparo.Mtf L 2 and I 

Bedroom suites 
Hardwood Fluor* 
or 

Wall-to-Wad Carpe ng 
Drapes Supplied 
Colored AppLanm 

to Oxen mth Hood Faa 
Colored P. am bin* 

Hm'lamp and Fan to Bathroom 
Cabtevinroi 
Private Baloonlea 
Laundry FaroiiUea 
Individual Heal Control 
Domestic Hoi Water 
Covered Mealed Year KtxaM 


IMPERIAL OIL LIMITED 
hna tor lease ■ modern 7-hav aerv 
ne ital tun Ctoi will handle pur I 
have of stork and equipment Apnl 
p r> Rox *07 V.i lone or C*H 
EV 4 11<M. V K E Dags 


Drape* Provided 
»?1« Shelley 
* i j« mi 


147 IXCHANbt HIAl 
1ST ATI 


THE 

PONDEROSA 

UH E SQL MALT ROAD 

HWkuw__gK7»-*ll»ni 

24toafeT.gna . SUSiOD - tLB.UH 
ft sally earth kadang aL AM *a 
ia’tii lealufea. Elevator laevtre 
dranee eir he* reaident managei 
to phone SVHMi. 


THE BEST BUY 
ON THE MARKET 

Thl* attractive older family twang 


MALAHAT - ATTRACTIVE 2-BED 
room hrone. fully runuehed, fro 4-3 
mrouha. Vei reaeamhla rent to 
right party 4TT-4M0 

ftlMFORTABLC FROOil HOUSE 
newly decorated, rloae tn store* and 
hua. only 443 313 Old Island High 
»_»y_ GR H3 I ' 

RETIRED LADY OR GENTLEMAN. I 
ixsniat oreferred. to share Beach 
Ihive hotne with gentleman. *75. 

SN3-4WL I 


vest merit a a bowing an excellant rile 
of return plus depreciation advan¬ 
tage*. Jack Hear*. EV ATNir any¬ 
time. Mrar* A Whyte Oak Bay 
Really Ltd . 2JU Oak Bay Avg. 


mual be enid and la My cast a la-' 1 
ing value. Imaging. * bedrooms liv¬ 
ing room with fireplace din ng 
mom modern family sued eteeme 
kiirtv*. main ftooe alllitv. newiv 
rFuired. auto oil hrat. new ro. ' 
new fromdallon. rogpiry aeltinE mef 
half an acre, only IS minute* to m 
downtown Would qualify fro V L A. 

ONLY $10,900 
vith $!n00Do\vn 
Payment* like rent 
Cali Don’ Message 4T7 gfll 


CHARMING AND CLEAN 
Modren 3-bed moan bungalcw Full 
iwwwnenl weh exlra naun Nov IS 
1M4 Victoria Realty Ltd . F.V 2 *143 

ontwwn are a ; Br.ri«noM 

hvnr. (*j ivyi*i - fignaa-e rd l range 
uilWy rtnm. Cl-wa ah-'ppbig area 
m mreUh fwnec <7«-14L: 


MONTREAL TRUST CO. 


SUITES ALSO 

roand new hirol Owner* will trade their undent 3 
y tor ••-•ripa-v > bedrtxim. full basement borne f"* 
ieie month The ntder l)^>e 3 bedrm home on edge 
eaR to wall ear- of rlty. Outstanding feature here 
«t of apoiuuice* notice, no Inlermt el all on ee< .-nd 
i In a gad raw mortgage: save hundred* of datlara. 
s lo the water-'Low down pevmeni could l»ke this 
excellent ret ire- a |*n Phone H Ritterman. EV ,V?4f>l 
property, avail- swinerton, Stewart Clark Ltd. 


MOREY 


PROPERTY 

MANAGEMENT 

DEPARTMENT 


»EL*CT RESIDENTIAL 
7J SYLVAN LANE 
Largs upper 4 rororu View et M' 
Baker and StraiU. Modem dearo 
wall-U>wall carpel Cuovamenl lui 
alien, diartte. PrtvgU aundackx 
tVHM evr*. and weekends_ 

’ THE WELLINGTON. CNAK BAY 
§!U>—kpaciou*. de luxe. 2-b*dmnm 
gum. Owe la 111 lacilltiee Quh" 
and aaail altua’ed Apply Suita UD. 
21JQ CAdboro Bav Row! _ 

WALKING DISTANCE Main Bier 
rnenf-adaql*. J-rm. well heated apt 
Frig aikl aloxe Rent gnu. A Ber¬ 
nard A Co. Ltd. Fort Sir eel 

EV 4 3*35 _ 

"" HUYAL HEACh COURT 
f' Dallas Rd.— Walertrunt 
.ie Luxa 1-Bedtoom Suite 
Elevator- Indt'idual He«i 
r«t_EV AS*n 

FAIIUTELD - Eta.Hr** apartment 
Bunporeh. 1*4 Move and frig. Fro 
immediate a-eupancy »M mneith. 
llanian baeaCmrnl Ckx Ltd. plxtor 

IKVT U4 __ 

LARGE SUITE. LIVING ROOM, 
i incite, katchen. bedroom, bath. 
Cl-aa IK at bus (tup. Good dt*lrici 
Pnvata entrance. Avallahla Dec. 1. 
M7NI. MtlH CR7-2UL 


JOHNSTONE LTD. 


lovely 2-btobrwn home' Near hua MtdWRN gBF.DRnrtM HOUSE IN 
I and *N«* Adult* only wn 4T7-233«. S»l"r ESecrr.c healing, afached 

■■■■ ■—-———.....-—. . —. garage and ne-ekdvai. Available 

3 AND LBF.nRiVXM MOUSES TO | flee 1 «n OR 5-2S1T after 5 

rent. RTTHET RENTAL DEPART- ----- 

MENT ev 3-dabi 114 HOUSES WAKTID TO 


We are equi|«ped 
lo 

manage your Apartment 
or 

oflire building 
whether 
Ijirge or small 
TO ni.MTSB OUR SERVICES 
PLEASE PHONE 2t»2Ul 
OR 

CALL AT IBM FORT STREET 

PACIFIC SHORES 

JIM Haultakt. I bedrocert lulls avail¬ 
able Nov. 30. MB Adult* only. Spa 
ciowe 3 hedmnm suit*. StD- A'all- 


OAK BAY 

CLOSE to WATERFRONT 
EARLY POSSESSION 


$9950 

Mv family lie* mdgmwm thi* 
i-nely luile houae cet a quiei alreel. 
lAxl* linng i.xim wnth firepuu'e. 
1 large bedroum*. aepara'e dining 
We bale a large numher <g pro- riWm , f Vd bed can and remre - 
nertira In VJtrrv.e'tnc and Calgary to Heelnc kllcheu Every thing m tup 
exchangr tor Virtroia and latond cuoditi.ifi Heaulifully-kepI yard 
properif* and bualnexarx Y.*| ren fenced Teona caa lie arranged 
A PROhTTARLE EX t C' k.y UrTiei. 

mveatcr* and i CHANGE fro m*it propoi* here 
Anv via* or price Jual celt L K 
KlhK. Mgr F.V V4741. Nortliwe..: | 

$500 BONUS ! 
BUILD NOW ! 
t $200 DOWN ! 

a WE CAN NOW BUILD YOU AN 

ly l.’.ut) .xQ hT i-BEDHOOM. N H A 
HOME FULL BASEMENT OIL 
HEAT CARPORT OH DRIVE IN 
GARAGE. I HAVE 4 FULLY 
SERVICED N H A LOTS AVAIL 
. ABLE IN SHELBOURNK GORDON 
HEAD AREA. ALL FEES IN 
CL.VDEO NO EXTRAS LIMITED 
” III W N r. R PARTICIPATION RE 
yiTRED THIS OFFER C/«ID 
ONLY TO NOV Jn ISM. DON’T 


iHE!NUXJM HOME IN OAK RAY 

fully rurnartwd. Dec IS hi April go. 
tun par mmtti tRvne M4SS7 

PRtIBPKCT LAKE WATERFRONT 
age IK! SO. EV J-ASU. 


Fro fta-lhrr details please call H fl 
J.beialnn* at >' CM or rea . phene 
GK 7 T»74 

Murrv A Johnstone Ud . 

11» tLai’C St 


KDMONTON 

CAI-GARY 


IK YOU CANNOT SELL YOUR 
horn* a* have reliable client* wan 
in* la rent Phone Mr. Keen. Boor 
man Investment Co. Ltd.. EV 17124. 

7 HKDRM HOME UXtVRNIStFJT’ 
p eWeeaNy wMh abac and fng mar 
kmei. rwrri EV 3-«HM 


BOARDING HOUSE 


Thl* lovely home la In »im et th# 
beat area* In oak U*< There are 2 
bedr-ima roi the m* n fl •*-. ■ large 
bright llvm* room with fireplace, 
lamily ure dining mien, a beautiful 
kitchen with breakfast rm*. utility 
men 4-pi*<-# bathruom FNill crmem 
hssement with painted floor* and a 
toveiv plastered room aelth tmitatlrot 
electric fireplace Oil heating drtve- 
tn garage Exteetor la white eturco 
Th* tandaraalng has been in, kt 
*n expert f have no beatUUua ta 
recommending thl* property 

PRICED AT $14,500 

Edward Thomaa. GRT-OA2. gnitlm* 


APT-ZONED >i ACRE 

Croitrarur*. builder*, 
aprculaior* *omebody is gmn, 

grl a gtaal lai'' More Inari , ..._ _ 

expert hr to5 (in Adjacent in IS j'm Seeurr 
aerra of narki.ke gruunda Tran* ' 
purtalkw and *hop* close by. Largr 
enough toe anpmximatnv jn jup,, | 

G.mn Value. Build later If yxi «-lah I__ 

Exiallng 4 suite anertment hl^k, '' | rn | * *" 
artlin* CIW0 wiR add to this ex i * ' j -' ^ 
i‘elicit mi raiment. Thu pr-inrr:> , * bedrm. fl 
lo hr Sold a« 1, Call ST F1.ET7 »"» 

anyumr. Ifft.2471. J.rmeiroi A Co. 

Lld ’ jack 


Herr la an opportunity ti 
nroi h hardin* house i 
mux! deaihable location 
is omplelel.v up lo cl 
AI present 15 harder! 

creased ~ 


i Virions » 
TTu* home 
■Ity aiandard*. 

.. ._ _.i could be In 

_ Complrtely fumiabed and 

equipped including frec/erx. ».l\er 
»»rr. di*he». auto, naaher dryer, 
eir filnox foerev thl* *a!e ao a 
TRACK FUR A HOME WOULD BE 
CONSIDERED Fro further Inform* 
lion please call Ellweiod Niult. 
I EV 2 S117. New,trad Really Ltd. 


OR J-RF.DW.liW 


UNhTRN^iHEn .. . 

houar arih ahwe and fridge 

Ilia pent EV JJR! 


UNTVER.VTY CARDEN ROVES 
Each dwvlllnj la a rompltteiy 
aeparal* unit Just Ik* a 
hxise. See ad under 
Column nr) 
po.ee EVMC333 


MALLS, STOIIS AND 
OFMCIS TO *INT 

squarT »tet store or 


nffiie »p*.e 415 Yale* St . CU0 per 
nveiih. Aiterati.xix and term* to suit 
tenant Alan 2.000 equara feel hall 
■ r office apace upatairs nppoaite 
Pnat Office im Go'eniment Slreel 
l'i>« KC INfl 

SMALL STEAM HEATED STORE 
■•clad St.. ** Blk from City 
Hall I’a-k ng area Prexaolly rr- 
rupird by real e»la!» firm moving 
to larger ouarier* in um, huitding. 
(75 l.ceit lease available. EV 4-H44J. 


BUNGiVLOU 


Office: GR 11(42 


49 LISTINGS WANTED 


WKLL KSTABUSHED 
SMALL TOWN GROCERY 

Excellent roproirotoy hr m*n an 
wife lo teke oxer thi* buxine* 


Before you rent, wa suggest you 
check llua out. Aa an example, lux 
unoua two-bedroom tune* with aaa I 
Iowall carpet throughoul, only Jgn 
Threebedroom suite »llh highly- 
p:11 shed oak floors throughout. 1105 
Only SB minutes rrom Vietorl*. Ar 
rangemenl* can be made to furnish 
these apartments on a lease bail a 
May be vtgssau agy ••»* 
MONTREAL TRIIST COMPANY 

MB 


» rmx fro owner 5 hedrma dmm* 
are* aeirorate from elect, kit. which 
hat eating nook. FP m LR. Sell- 
coniained .mr-tiedrm suite in spin 
le\H batemeni. Hoi water heat 
tOili. Seiwrate modem atucco. 
3-rro bungalow. Gjveiy view pro¬ 
perty. Let the rents pay your mort¬ 
gage ami add to your holdings. 
Nominal 4wr payment 

520.000 

To 'tow call S SUAVF.N EV 54741 
Northwestern Smir.nea Ltd 


GORGE VIEW APARTMENTS 
*30 GORGE RD WEST 
X- 1 I-bedroom, rr-mrod finer 
lie. *77 in*-1 lading earport. Adult* 
ily. GR 4*741. 

WARM 


TWO OR THREE • BED- 
R'ktM HUMES CaU LON 
I'll4\EY. GR 5-211* C G 
Hei.teinun St Co. Ltd . 1L!1 
BJont'iard SI. EV 3-4181. 


K^OUIMALT 
FAMILY HOME 
$12,900 


ATTRACTIVE HR 
upper aulte. living 
place. 2 bedrooms, 
electric klirhen la 
garage. Adults. (Ml. 

AVAILABLE NOV 1 —“GROCND 
floor, ds luxe 1 bedroom suits in 
*e« ay rl.wa to see and park 
Range fridge. TV nuMet. parkin*. 
• I Hillary EV *4455 EV 3-4211 
C Dunn 


THE MOST 
FOR THE MONEY 
$1500 DOWN 

Altrartiv# »utHirhao hungxl.a*. Haa 
hedroroni large G*h*ied living 
roron and diniru room, full iwse 
men'. l>D-M hr* 1 , and * third 
■•e-lmcm dmn To »iew call Jack 


Smiated clove lo KinVer Beach and 
Saxe plant P»'k. this well nrvd t r 
mdec home' baa much to .<ffer jxa 
grown* famuy. t2ie,-k Ihete fea- 
rufex 

— Panelled In ing room with f.ra- 
Place and wan-to-wall farpel 


WATERFRONT MODERN EXErU- 
:live home OH-rwmalic heat, d xihle 
jiaragr lmmed.aia posaevanei. Ph 
EV 34*74 

77* ATKIN!4-;-RfX)M HOUSE WITH 
1j 4RGE 2 BEDRM baa ment and garden All rlectrtc 
HW beau, cwjpnri with -ledric ran**. (1U0 month 
laund 1 \ Acuta GR 4 3» I 


M' lime is yiaira. fw quick caah 
tales, call 

M J BLACKWOOrf 

EV 5Si35 71 hr Tel Servlc* 

P R Brown A Sons Ltd. 

Your Home For Sale" 
Call I^n UDoux, EV 5-6741 
Norlliwpslcrn Sccuritirs Lid. 


CENTRAL BUILDING - IDEA 
•Pua-ed at View and Broad - fl 

’ * rent at roan viable rates 
rorvlces available Croitacr 

_iCnnada Trait Co. 4 jO View 

KSQtTMAl.f AREA J BEDROOMS S'Tktll ___ 

unfurnithexl IT. Vacant Der 1 H'RI.FT OFFICE SPACE. LAI 
' • Nrv ' , *" , * d R ^ ll ' r l - , ' J nrtrtd roron 7* aq ft. All faclll 
F.y .-Nil easy parking, rr-nfrall* locj 


—iwrge family dining rw-m 

— Fully mcxlern cslunef kitchen 
—3 large Mmmi. 

—4-nce ti*lhr>»en. 

— FUI! haaemenl autnma'ir he**, 
c.unplelel.i cewlrsd. copper plumb¬ 
ing tnrnu/thout 

—Nicely aecjiKjrd garden with fruit 
rraea an! double fish pool 
This been# can he viewed anytime 
and can be handled wUh a lme dr-e n 
or trade If desired Foe 


ATMOSPHERE 
PRESTIGE and DOLLARS 


CITY 

COFFEE SHOP 

Rent tod per m-Nilb, tncludng he*] 
and hk wstex 3-yi rem-vianl, 
lease I A w irking mans Cafe wnth 
irwiing fro 30 

to jin 

Call Mrs Hunt amtime 

P R RROWN A SON'S l.TD 


HOCKRIDGE APT 
U-4 ROCKLAND AVE 
ttodern blk. spacious bachelor *14., 
(*■' Elevator, nbaervalton lounge, 
all modern oinvenierue! EV 4-141W. 

1 BEDROOM SITTeTin MODERN 
.fpim 


Here Is ><mr <iM»riuri:i \ to live like 
a king In a rich. plu*h. old wrurld 
atmosphere Complemented by 
bewmed rellmgx. m*x«ive granite 
Iireolare. huge living ran ant ten- 
arjaie dining room Tu lhi« grandi we 
selling add 4 rental units and ar 
IiTOxImnlely 1 acre of land. Lnla of 
rtaim Iv e'panxi*! F P. *77 W 
Fr>r pnrucu'arv iihona F CULoM 
BIN KV 2 7774 

Town A Oimtry Reai'y Dd, 


I LARGE ROOMS, REMODELLED 
—bvirtern Kitchen. Gas. oil. light 
included. 1100. 343-S98K 


WHY WASTE YOUK VAI.VAHI.4 
itmef For prompt aervica list T'*n 
property for sal* aatlh C E. Resih 
Rea'.'v, 473 Yales Slreel. 

FOH FAST SALKS LIST WTTH 
DALRY A CO. 1010 BLANSHARD 
EV 3 *M1 


KER 4 STEPHENSON 

LIMITED 

*wi Rruught-ai Slreel 
EV 5 3411 Ilev or Night 
i Member M L S i 


apartment building. 1 bl 
Beacon Hill Pa-I: and *es 
a month. Arthur E Hay 
TU Fori V 3*4-3777. 

REACH - DRIVE 

5 hedroonv- separate dining rmm 
electric cooker Iridg* laundry 
farihtiea, garage, hasement locktr 
or r.V 4 374 1 _ 

FSQUIMALr ATTRAtTlVE SUITE UPSTAIRS 7 BEDROOM xf|T!' 
1n tnplex. near Naden Elect rlr rebkvrt kitchen Heat and walet 
Stove xnri fr<« >45 See tn compare l^rag*. t,R3-»f71 

1X,) MU ” THREE RlKlM UNFURNISHED - (~R 

~ — - -—-- tunushad math fridge 377 Kaqutnikf' 

ATTRACTIVE. NEWLY DECO R-ro,J 
rated larga *ro.m xuHe. 1*5, In 
In- bailer part of 4h* «lty. 138 
Mlehiga.i EV 447'1 

(PATHHIS ONE _ HEDROnM _ APART 
ment. modern with halcony. e|,ae 
tn imvn Available Dec. i pfi So 
EV3«C<ff 


payment. .. _ .. _ 

• rovdrV media please call 
Neill EV 34117 ro EV 4-P4H4 
fl fAd Realty Ltd 


RICHARDHGK NT . 2 BR a, CLEAN 
145 m,*dh. *r»,ra Hones Ltd, 


INVESTMENT 

Cronpacl hkjck of at.awa and anart 
meNa In firal H«« ,->in,llli-*i 
Gnwving over gl nisi ner year fcv 
celletil lerma available 

$.18,500 

A, BERNARD 4 CX) l,n> 

(W fWt S' KV 4 3X75 


-' 1 ARE THE RENT IN CENTRE 
>f t am Hi'-* Tie aq. f. behind 
Tee FV 7 3B'4 

rnRNER STORK RflLDIN'O. Al-SO 

..fTl«f «n<l 

AVA11>H1.E NOW' 7-BKDHOOM j n ^■uno.i.xji Reaanuble 477 7t(H 
broixe flroidaito - .a ye. m NoJopy-jcES TO RENT >T VARIOUS 
hamment Adults ily G R ■■ ■Th jr-v-e* Mon'real Trust Co.. 1057 

UfSTAI R-V LI VING RGflM KIT _ 

chen. twdroron^jjn EV 3 7404 aTr> RE Oft OFFICE 2014 DOUGLAS 
,r7n Alham street F.V 3-4343 oe EV 3-J315 


VACANT VA' 1 - VBEDR1X1M 

e*r l«*»i'>,e:t. Fa'rfield *-*1 I to 
EV 1.7* 


g-Rrxvd. ci^-jan well heated 
aisartmeeit. abex and Q1 a Adulu 
EV 30,71. 


IIAVT': TO BE SOLD" 


REVENUE FAIRFIELD 

A large reaidenre cmvetled Inin 3 
*. ,t rxxi'xined »uile«- Iwo wl;h 
hedrooma The whole buiMu-g 
bbm^ht up to nee codi’i-in 
M inth.ly revenue Ijtiinu u4«i « 5 
r> .ran P,r •rnner ikua *173 per 
iitakb Can le ve ured «nth a rew- 
» wMvtWc r* W71 pa> m*n*. iialan, e r*i 
ter™ Clave hi * qqeng a-h-ada, 
twit and •ilelb'O Full Wrraa- 
teai 

Me Vvllance Mr FlU*,mmroi« 
4:1 4A37 *77 7412 

An, lima EV 3 1411 


HAPPY FEET DO NOT 
A JOURNEY MAKE 


3 bedroom •tuco home. Mayfair 
Aieu, * ba'emini. WVaal anil 
, »l lurti.ice bul the price 1» 
13 Ed. will, INW d'Wrti and *3U b'r 
m'«|th and if you hxye leax tlixn 
11-qiirnd rl-nv'l twlTliciit *n>l W-i"ing 
hi pay Mil par mo your r* Welogne 
»!»■• Call >lah Rivyln foe aor»>'M 
ment *1 S»4-117x tv- ]«4AIM anytime. 
r5« DOWN 

2 bedriaan lu-m, high locallon. 
mrdern tbrcuphiut inede la's- 
kitchen Call Min R'.»ybi lo Mew 
at 3.14 TV’H .* 3«4«|.il 

le.ugUa Hxwkn 1,M 


SACRED HE ART STHOOI. IS ONt Y 
A SHORT WALKING DISTANCE 

AWAY 


Two splendid hlroks in this rhotre 
1 :n«e-ln bvalinn 1 one facrx Ba-»< 1*1 
HIU Park'. Yuu 'ua'e a 1 hob c •>! 
the*e Hard treKunt' Inveatmenl* 
MAXIM! M .SAFETY AND MAM 
MltM RFrrUHNS can 1» yours- arm 
>ou ran have your choice if you call 
bxlsy CALI. I. K KIRK Mgr 
KV 347G. N.rlhwcatrrti Scaantiea 
Ltd 


Immacuialelv kept Jfl*4r»n m 
rniund level home. NO STEPS 
TMa 4-yearcgd home haa many ev¬ 
ening features: large living room 
with firvplac# and bull! Ip tevnk- 
thelve* mad* of a-illd teak. Bnrtl 
modecn kitchen with Isu-re di'trut 
are* 4 r»-e halhronm B.>th hed 
nx*n« •itb large c|o»ei* 

ASKING PRICE 510.200 

41 nrai d -wa, na, meeii Pleas* ran 
Grodro Sieverwroi. EV 2 4UT New- 
wead Real'.. Ud 


Mortem duplex wch 7 brdn««nS| 
eaoi side. I mb elsa-Irir kitchen. | 
Pemhi.^.* bathrinm. Fully rented 
»l ».J" per rronlh A gi««l in'eti- 
•• ■-ot «t ■*•!, »! I 738 WITH TERMS. 
Details h, railing FRANK IkH'S 
JTKIJl KViSTtl anytime. Nurth 
wcvb >n Sc, un'ies l.fd 


1 BEDROOMS IMMACUUATE 
A!A* Aldrldr si near lanartow 
lumro High School {iR7 Wl 

HOUSE REnEC 


141 MORTGAGI LOANS 
AND INSURANCE 


l-REDROOM .. . 
rxled. ckae 14. ml rang# and heulet 
l>i F.V 3-437*1 


BEACON TOWKRS 
Lunuriou* l-nedb'im auiie, 
inn view. 2*6-11X7 


MONEY TO I OAN 

FOR AIJ. TYPES 


RUSTIC IB-UNIT MOT El. 
i:j’y ACRES 


M' HW E A IP'S IALIAT OIL H* AT 
reaemablr -enl available an.lime 
I anrforrt rtislrict EV 7-1X143 


WHYTECREST APARTMENTS 
Wi'b'wa area <Wk Ba» He hike 
•pa, mis l bedb'tm aparlmerti rov- 
ered carport EV 7 4754 or 2831431 

NOVEMBER 13. SEMI FURBISHED 
Ground floro. 7 larga roron* and 

U .vale hath. 157. 1 bedroom suite. 

'• EV 38437 


TOP NOTCH 


DREAM HOME 
HIGH GORGE 
SECLUSION ' 


•t REDROOMS 
GORDON HEAD 
SNX) DOWN 


: REDHl*y>l COTTAGE Cl.OM. 

e',,4 iiee mu CSi range IN' 

S»*e Road GR K-jbf* 


l.-Aevmcnl in -‘.is 13 suite n*-w Je 
apa'lmral bluc». In firal ,1*!' irnta 
alea Shmung well over 1P'» on 
•axing pc., e A must sea tor toe 
asiute buyers. 87!U<U. TI-JRMA 
Call FRED BERGMAN. EV 3-41*1 
Northwestern See untie* D* 

IDH SAt.K — I - APARTMENT 
fully furnished home. Located on 
hill twerlooklng city, ctoae t" but 
arhools and shopping duuncl Dmble 
rarp,*i Wrh w-rks’-.-'p and atorage 
Ixj'lding I'lached A revenue bon 1 ,' 
Pt.,e |!A.30fi Foe appuinimefi' ph 
KV 3 7712 allei 3 pm, Primipkls 


DE LUXE BACHELOR SI ITE- 
Seml-fumithe*l. cn*e in. EV 2 17T7 


1 BEDROOM SUITE 
st.jve 445 F.V 3»m. 


FRIDGE AND 


2 ROOMS AND BATHROOM ELF.C 
tnc range Osl fiimacr Jl*n 

Ikaiald t-< 31*4-7470 

t*7nER TYPE 31!< s -Vt HOME' 
frig. «**ri range TN' ,-wl 
*A0 GR A57*W 


BROWN BROS 
AGENCIES LIMITED 

1179 Blanshard Srreat 
EV 31771 DAY OR NIGHT 


en- pseud to«»l roiuw mate* 
vine- The raaa-n is simpla—m> 

, Verxlro wishes to SF.LL not dally on 
rthis clesr ti'te wrhi'.e alwrco bung* 

1 iw. tust 17 ,e*ra old There are 
I'.wo luvelv berlryms. large elrotr-* 

I kitchen, uiuttv off mam fin if l-arim 
I finished rn rcatxm rxirti with a 
1 Murphy twd f,»- ,-x'ra ,vim;Miny. plu, 

' unoiher 7 - e l,s!hr,»im in th# tub' 
1 i-settina V--lu*,',n in lha cosy sun 
I dee* I'.,y.r* .u 1 over a three 
jV.vifd lawn ro L*i|,e-is and fnnt 
trees NeVrf l-f-.f* offered tor sale 
;ard priest t„ •• 

AT no.Mu 

: irVrory. no dnve nva l>ut I w i ahnve 
I V'»i ., 1'. ng!- Call Mrs V R-ihert* 
l F.V2-Klt7 or tV 204*8. NewUtad 
I Rear y Ud 


a tour hedi non home 
SUUato.l . .1 , n K * I * ful ' Ipsid 

Maraal In lasma and abnibbet'' 
Jus' been mi alert and you could 
mine in irtlfnedialely. 
fun peue rrom 

(all L J Butler. EV34IH4 


AfSTDER-N WALL-TO-WALL CAR 
l> • TC i-h*dn«*n agaartmeed s*iwa 
aro* fnrtge. *42 478 Wllwr * 

KV 34R JI 


WHY PAY TWO MORTGAGE* 
When on* will d"f Refinance. S*c md 
mor gages- 4*r*ements R» aalr 
burr based. Maximum amounn win 


Hit H- •' 'SF. ESQITMA1.T V'A 

cant, rt mroith 

Weatern Homes Ud F.V 7 -fi.T? 


minimum deiar Call 

TOWN 4 COUNTRY 
REALTY LTD, 
MORTGAGE DEPT. 

. EV 2 7774 


FAIRFIELD 

NEAR SKA AND PARK 
$1,506 itown, $75 mon h 


FISH AND CHIPS 


2 BEDRM® SRELfkH RNE R' BV 
Oil hew* Mux’ bke gardening I ire 
place Ml EV451WT 


Vi :x is a good -cl-an sn-m. c.m- 
'•■n.enuv lotated, There are fuur 
'-••'ns sml H 1 v»l> plui the in- 
rraaing takf-uut business Ups>»c 
tumty fro a husband ar.d wife ream 
to n* c,cnple'*lv Indedendrni FMII 
prtce |Ax«i. Can lx> handled sv.th 
• nproximately I7H4J down. In- 
rlurte* business, equuimero a"d fis 
lures Call Tom M'ltrrsbead. 
!M«<(» nr office *47 4145 

Vntorta Realty Ltd. 


SERVICE STATION 


4* 43(1 full price tr eanbrial.le. 
family. 3hedro*n tiagferoent hi n* 
w.’h aul unatlb hot-air hra‘ B-aicl 
fu] grounds and quiet greet Imme 

diale pr*aseaal.-*i 

Call GEORGE THOR-NELOE 
EV 3*571 


GORDON HEAD - A ACRE FARM 
Large b-sase and nut huildmitx 4125 
a mrotth -GR 7-4S2S 

2 AXD 3BEDROOM HOUSES TO 
rort RTTHET RENTAL !*KPART 
MENT EV 2-4751 


CADBoRi 1 HAY. MODERN SUITE. 
Move, 473. adu'l* 477 2104 


Busibex,. equipment and alork frr 
i*iK 4«7nu. Exrellen’ iHAmnunity 
fro 2 men lo earn 111' Oaai . 215.IWP 
or more per year Call now LhCk 
F-ns KV4-717S CUT;. Douglai 
Hawke* Ltd- W'-A Fort 


TWIN HOLLY' 

Esquimau—2 ne Tbedronm aulte In 
rn'dem apartment EV 4-4W7. 

81 Tte's-EK TO 1*5 PER - MONTH 
Including range fed water. Walk 
Ing distance 382 S8X1 

» room srm: modern hot 

water healing elec rang* and fridge 
Apply 2430 Quadra 


HR ST MORTGAGES 


UPPER IX" PL EX - 2 ROOMS 
fridge stove |45 EV 214*7 

QUIET. CLEAN. OWN ENTRANCE 
1 rooms. No liquor EV 34753. 

4ft DALLAS I I^RGE ROOMS 

kitchen balh. heated, fit 344-12X0 

tW5 BEDHOOM |*-i 'nsrilELOR 
m,idrrn F.V 31*32 Et * «7J2 


SMALL HOUR E *14 MILL 

itream Rd . l^ngfrort 


Ask Rifhefs 

T'«t Frof Street. 
Virt.in* B V 
EV 2-47S1 


INVESTMENT 


OWNER TRANSFF.RRED 
413.400— Drive by 2993 Tilhrum Rd 
ihen call me in view inside of thi 
3vear-„ld. 3 bed room slucro bunga 
Kw Priced 'low tor quick sale 
*1 Snfl d<n*m • slid hande J* 
Rinfer* EV 4-053! Hagar A Sw*,i 
Ltd 


xarall Imeiiie ,teairert tor rrnt »• 
taW'vhed VM<na firm For further 
narte-ulaii PQ Box pi 

rulHSim: APARTMENT. HoT| 

wafer uU hirware Ceetl ra 1 DwiIk 
garage 7TV J 57** 

TRUCKING BUSINESS Ff,R -AIK 
2t‘-ft ,*n with H plate Vicinria 
Prexa R„x 42J 


DI9TRIB1 TORS OF BRITISH CO 
umbia tv»* apty'intlng dewlca in 
the lnter.ro and Vanrxmver luand 
Two dcaJersfnpx only - Vanonisrr 
tala.il aell ng to, •: • fa r- 

hxndled fub or r>,rt lime . 

xible men In,ex‘mmt 22'»ai|j.'»t 
Wr-e »,x e dm*'• ■* ' -.!'*■■ 1' «n,1 
'ft,dude pbrov nurr.tier to V i tro it 
I’bx, B'\ 3x7 


4 HEDRfKTM . HOME NEW!. V 
dei-orated High Quadra 387 3*R1 


BY OWNER. GORDON HEAD UNI 
verxvy aret Ranch-a'yle family' 
hew- Front hum aerwrala toning 
rna arsl kitchen in front 3 bed 
mum 1 and halhroen at hack Dimn- 
s'air* fu ll plsatered basement wiih 
f-'urtn 'wdroum and shower fin- 
,, , I r r-'us r »er, »,-d wc-il fire 
• ■ |17 sn GR 7 2151 Iptlxale 


KXETKR APTS t3»a KtlLOM 
A,r roudern. Nwhetne suite 34x311 
Pb m- EV 33*71 

KSQ11MALT 3 ROOMS IN AIT 
h'.rosc elec stave, fridge 145 Elec, 
beat, wash er, d ryer EV 4282ft ■ 

RPAHOUs" ?LtAN. SELF-CON 
famed. 1-hedrrown,auii*. Heated, hi* 
wa'er. (•< range 343 F.V 34970 

AFAR TMKNT. .3 ROOMS AND KIT 
ihlu. Mailed, clot* in. li» McClure. 


3 ROOM H' H’SE AND k' ACRES 
OAswad GRM7U4 
EXECUTTi’E 3REDROOM XPUT 
irvri lean* (Duplex' 477-4739 


Csrefuilv planned horn* 1 
large naun* 'ery pl-m 
aC'ing and onl' 7 ,earx ■ 
Term* tan Iw arranged 
41* 71W 

Char'rote Bacrgy «.f 
C’H'gtjr Realty L'd »*I 


MORTGAGE LOANS 

>• mortgages ava.ar.e un 

000 ai current merest ta 
Q u:i k decl.si mv 

BROWN BROS. 
AGENCIES LIMITED 

1 RiamhArd St. EV 3' 


WANTED: GHtM ND Fl.i*>R s>H 
ba-enirnt suite *NS 4 Liund 
Bav Si Hillside are*. 1 child Pt, 
EV .7 5w[« 


KfH R ROOM HCU cr. OIL HE!NT 
Dec .1 |7» 4T*i)« 

7~REI>RM H> »'1F NEWLY Irtgrv 
—1 Her--* t,R 7 2S!e 

iUn'GENiRD Slur. DUP1.LX BAH7 

wetaane. too. GR S2484. 


im* iU.E.-tuNG PE 
C'WsI Uni.nv'io rtf-r 
,!ei ,'*isrruc': *1 s' nr 
gaudine puinpx. 

• m S-to .*u.ta'>le. fro : 

V i a.* Pres*. B- s *21 


:\PM WEST 

runttiex u- 
eg're >1 ♦ 
•• aniT' ,ia 

motel. Wrni 


mOu location f 

id and al'erabm 


WSMED IN E MRFIK’ D "!> 

1 net 3 of 4 roum unfumished *iwrt 
ment. preler - MveciK*!. In large 
b me. EV 33fJIX 


tUK 4 H E. A P t h iAXE s..|» 
aet'er living -ce G-mnt * Jgnairj 
at Gangiutd. GHaira 


t! '*41 FIRST M'HtTGAGE AVAIL- 

1 aula al E\ . tsi. 


.Y OWNER 4 xt 
< offer. 477481i. 



I 






ISO Houses FOB SAlf 


fiailg CCnluntsl 31 

Titian, NiubIii 17, 1944 


lit HOUSES FOR SALE 1S0 HOUSES FOR SAU 


yUMYl«*Ot*V. 
KURt BfeYONO 
k OCAAPAPC) J 


OWCK.OR 
XlLCAU. 
THE OOFS* 


FINANCIAL SURVEY 
LIMITED 
ICi CmwntM Stmt 


P. R. BROWN k SONS 
LTD. 

162 Fort Strret EV 5-M35 


O 1002 GOVT. O 
L 281-8121 L 

$. Ud. M 


C G 

HE1STERMAN k CO. 

LTD. 

Since 1964 


CADBORO BAY 
TERRIFIC SIA views 
Enjoy living In Ihu delightful brick 
s*d rararh bunt Menu gkxl*tn 
f'«i» XUia text! conaiaia of living 
i in . dining rm., email d«n or office 
h.aater hwim.. fully equptped. el#r- 
Un kiLkm with ujuminr tun lire k 
MAl bniMnt 3nd .aval ranLairra lain 
liy rm and TV rm. plus 1 audm.rae 
redraw. and bathrn. inuhii DUMb-l 
m garage, and tully • tender aped 
">« W. Many, many «ifn in l 
■Ida mgy quality haraa priced nl 1 
KAMI 

&i. K. Bramiwalta. EVI-NK, i 
EV 3 Tats 


'FOUNDED US' 


• (»w l.aa aa *• 4 yaara ted 

• High view — uak inn 

* swikun living nun 

* Ik amid railing in LK and UR 
•Granite firvptere — ilair health 

• Mu*ertt elect rt* kitchen — area 

• J IIadraaii > piua l u baaem.ni 

• OU-O-Matte bawling and teatuator 

* Thu had idan trim aotrafV r 

* High baatmanl with partly Bn 

kM rae ran 

* Wida enormia gtlvgnay and car 


JUBILEE RICHMOND 
SPLIT-LEVEL 


OAK BAY 
mow by *iue mu -lex 
insar arai 

Qaly I yaara old and to paring 


Card ml kraitoa r-tew Id 
arlv.lv hvapital aad ahopa. 
Large Uvrag lUoaa wiia F H. 
d.nmg r-.au and teig* cab. 
all"-, kuehafl ua Latoi I aval; 
3 URa, t-ira vanity ball) 
man rat uppar level: dan ..r 
41 h HR. ullhly and larga 
Tumpua rm. ia Uaaaminl. 
iinuida carport and •under*. 
Tvnai yaara rfd- AuracUv* 
M M A, toortgaga. FuU prkca 
114,400 


I SR HOUSES FOR SALE 


58 HOUSES FOR SAtt i ISO HOUSES FOR SALE 


1SR HOUSES FOB SALE 


nt «7*14* atth v<aw 
$16,200 

LKN KNIGHT, KVAMH 


NORTHWESTERN 

NORTHWESTERN 

NORTHWESTERN 

Eocuritiaa al WlorU Lid. 

906 GOVT ST. 
EV M741 


J. H. 

WHITTOME 
k CO.. LIMITED 

EJTD. IA" 

Victoria DraM-ndMlkd 

III 1-vnrr STREET 


VICTOR L\ REALTY LTD. 
716 View St. EV 2-9145 


UPLANDS 
WATERFRONT 
FOR THE 

CONNOISSEUR OF 
FINE PROPERTIES 

A BnAa roofed ram fur » n 
to* itod aad |n*i 
® I ■< wnldrtnwd. 
fra orear £*» «. 

l ring, mill • ^ 


larga Hvtog mm, arparai, dtnng 
n»«m. vary modem iourm wan 
laaRdt range. etc. Fall. lagb tnaa- 
maH wlr* fc u aiaaa namaa nm with 
hrvjdana. Extra larga urUUy aad 
laumtoy ran Mmy rdjar nua 
faaiunra Hna a d*Oral*4y todaa 
repiarvmeni ng at Ba.fan AH 
dtrrv ■ .•■tedcad. Fa*) N H.A 
trim Call M a N*v EV tut 
or* Mcttelrau URMAotoAd 
EV MldA 


OPEN HOUSE 
1420 DENMAN ST. 

TIES.. WED, THl'RA., 3-4 
an CASH 

4-REDHOUM FAMILY HOME 
Li ab older t/p* U naada panning 
and darimLnc 

fUa Ihu TOP VALLE rapatly BLT 

tvrna located rloaa to achnol. Tbe location la conventral to tow. 
pant and all convatvleta-**. actumia and torn U la a perfectly 
Una I ar 4todroue*_ hm* la nran.1 !**■* wdti fug haaaoimf. 
non VACANT and Hl'fl BE nnl and wood furoac Tirana la a 
SOLD aa earner la tiaaafafrad living r ran. dining tiaau. large kit- 
CidaptoW *«k In. Iltoag ,hm and <ato badp.n an Uv wain 
man. aap dining nag*, alart. flour Thara ar. thiar larga had- 
kl'rnan and full haaamani with mni and lalhrrn t«i I ha aacuod 
•111 haal EXCELLENT TERMS fiimr. Be know that thla to not tha 
and OPEN TU OTKERS. dream hnma that you will own am. 
Atklnp tn 300 Jar—ban B you art m>w paying rm 
wt» rag at laato make a toartin i*» 
J(*H HALF. EVABM dt^nton rd hnma ownnndilp. Trvi 
. ... wtU ba proud to polrg to an aquby 

HOME and REVENUE In a hnma raflwr than uaHaaa rant 
laMtti 

PRICE R.M0 

DON BACON to attandanra. 


OPEN HOUSE 
1331 VIMY 
FAIRFIELD AREA 
TUES., 3-4 P M. 


INVEfTMENT CO, LTD 
UU Oov imm ant St EVLTUt 


- - --- fl.tf-l-vcdtbiw 

f.n.yg*nr in Bw to-fl kav* naan 
P'U*. flriptora la, thr rtarmlng pan 
ailed dew, live adtolntna dtomg naan 
la l»x!S and the bncta nv .tom full) 
<-|taatwd kitiTag leu larga Ur.wk 

- »nl adtonag Uraatr. 

i At twin baWwana 
•n aa wiita arl'ti toa 
i-.an triple platnhtog- 

majnri level lammem 
1 with rumpua and gneat r.an, 
.’-ear garaga, So amp aalrlna 

-—-- - LB.'and tiuremua quagty antra* raauli 

Lite 3 HR‘a Vpaeca baihtuum to ■ t htw el vary daOnda apgaai 
main Bnor Opalalra am 3 aaarlrua Offnrad n »«n dear Hil- 
BR a. 3 aaaea batbraan. rail high Tto tnaw hy agpmimenl tkea»jgioato 
baaamaat with larga HR Allanned Mr. a moam 3B4-WX iw. pto-TNto 
puvia Lai iaig hplWvHd family 
hume. r.aa to prtiaiiii. baa aad 

Jhaaaa aall Mr. HOL 1 U, EV t-IM OPPORTUNITY 

t'nuaual to that thla property 


$31^00 (TERMS! 
MRS. J. THOMSON 
EVM4M 34-tor. aarnira 


FAIRFIELD 
4 BEDROOMS 

A (bmgy mag wag ba pnaal of tw 

laanr and Ma family pod d U 
tb« Vtry a..Van hnahl kH.dian. 
•otrarat* fntoi naan Hay win (km 

living nun. Full iwaemant 1K*M 
r’jmara. Bo ryun pngmty any 
wliere Brand m-w listing <id thr 
to.id lint martto. 

•it .nb 

Exrtuwva Itor Caraidt, 
MtUI argtima 


Onwer or C. C. Giddy, EV STTirt 
aaylinra. 


Thia truly rXTQL'K 1 or »badrto 
buogato* to Caviar BUI U a I me 
ra'ireotont or (tartar hnrna wlih 
LOW lavra aad EXCELLENT 
irrma. Fraiuraa torttodr 

Haalll*ti>r f.rapiara. 

(tot hut water baaL 

Lively garden 
4-tic* baihn.an, 

C-ipper HW tank. 

fkll HY MSHOP. EV4-SM6. M 
ORFSM3. 


BEFORE YOU BUY 

COME Ann SEE THIS EXCEL¬ 
LENT CORNER PROPERTY 
HERE Id A SELDOM SEEN OP 
PtiRTL.NITY TU OWN A PISE 
HOME EEATVUINQ A «PACH»I.S 
ENTRANCE BALL long, tow Hying 
roam, lire place, aright rawny lot 
rhan, twin naad liedmum*. Pull 
kith haaamant. OOM beat, aural- 
laag Mtuatlva: torrauaa of a naw 
e-»nnutmant the Vanh>n will pdi¬ 
al der aflara af tu.im or Tl* 
I'leaaa call H. Cartwright at 


FA1RFIELD-ROCKLAND 
7 ROOM. 1H STOREY 
$21,000 


OAK BAY BORDER 
JUBILEE VETERANS 
RETIREMENT SPECIAL 

A haauiirully kapt no-toep abtrru 
hiawilcav k mated in a I aval ami 
handy lo awarytMng, aurmtonilail 
by weUkapt yardetoa aarkawd 
ky gcod ten.-eg, A me* HvUlg rraan 
w.lh flreplace larg* rablnrt W- 
rhe«, wiih dinlag <narr J ml 
lent badruuma and t-pr* bath- 
raan. Utility off kitchen, and *t- 
tarfied garage The nu-aat a mall 
hnma wa hav# a a afl lor a kmg 
lima and wired to aall Full prtoe 
lin.itto Call R. RevatA al 
IV S-TTOf anytlma. 


hv at, wraia Blur.-a hijnga 
l”W. Wtlluwa ary*. Lbra- 
livlng r.m with FP, egh. 
alar kitrhan. dining area. 
3 imlnawaa and hathrocm 
<41 mala floor 1 bad room 
up wttb recur tor cfto more 
Full bamt. llOM heat r? tou 
with urea Call HARHV 
A THEY. Raa. •• M 


MARIGOLD 

Attract!** 3- b ad B n. touere b»ay* . I 
vra. old. LI*, rm . Crap lace, antra 
ire kit with amlito area alao too 
<3 raphuanl apace, 4-pra. Paanh. 
hathrm. <ak ttto'fl thmughnU Oil 
healing. Ihlllty rto. Attached ear 
fairt. Stock top driveway Let nicely 
latklaraped. Oulat area, tow tun 


FAIRFIELD 

IMMACULATE 

FtonHy home wlgi finer haWnonto. 
larga living man and dining man. 
(toll bamt, ou-o-mauir EkWsnriv 
rumflulah** torlng to a terra to be 
□mud of, and •• <*aar in Inwti 
ASKING <14.130 
n4 ■wgtoto SK-T134 anytime, 


Da Luxe Hllltod* 1 hadroom 
buna With fldl «■ him base 
men!, doubt* garage and 
beautiful aeciudad garden wtif 
lovely trace . Tun - badrnnrr 
aelf-oorealna -1 auita unataln 
rvuaad fur *M Full pnoa or 


-— —_ r .- r ... «n- 

■ala of a clean Abadm»m home and 
a rauil a Lae to the mat It H alt 
ualad on a yery large lot and a hu.y 
at real, rloaa to a mayor Maraaell-n 
Dvai'l taurry alvnd auntog aa thla 
prvparfy ia armed tor rnmmerelal 
iuaa Ttot to the Ideal property |,« a 
buyer who «abla b have hla awni 
buameaa at hoove Ideal larattoa tor 
any Dee of small baama** Aaking 
'prk* l!4 !**l. laatna avajlahla Fur 
• more a^kiia -w ihu apnnnuai-y 
phme Mr. Ullmaoa. EV 4-gUA rvaa 
|GR MM4. 


THREE EXCELLENT 1 
DRIVE-BUYS 

FAMILY BOME S yrnra old. *-bad | 
MWia. aalraanaty wag to r * to d 
Pm Kdnnla and Wr .1 Lea af 
avtaaa. toM ELM STREET 

BUSINESS COUPLE — Cnarloua. 
3-HH, l»yaar-old. baaamera rear 
plaiaiy dava:np*d. rum pa I l»« 
l*r and ewtra bathroom. 1310 
DERBY 

RETIREMENT GEM-lariuWcm >« 
a 4 umh a'ra*t. no dapa, dean 
may and ipamoua wtlh naat and 
productive garden. ]3a0 HAW 


LANSDOWNE SLOPE 
3 BEDROOMS PLUS 
$20,900 


117,500 


PITT,RUN, 
arnllmf. 


S parlous taagaluw )uai 
placed m market due to 
owner batna tran!erred Lga 

Lit an>1 !>ft. Attrerilva kit 
chan with break ran area and 
utility rerun oft plumhad 
fur waaoar, dryrr 1 good 
bedrooma, opa" aialrway 
down to tarnUy Mnnv al'n 
VP; 4th bedroom W;1t| 
. per. waihrnnni off. Itnm*- 
diata nuaaaaaicn. Fur ap- 
p.«ntmant h> view rail >L 
BLA.SNIN, Evta. Mi Uto 


FAIRFIELD 
UNDEN AVE. 

$15,500 

Thla raanlurtabl* elder home at 
NINE Ror»MJ J kvmlrd wtllgn 
as.) walking dlatara.- in bean 
and bleu the Parliament Bdn 
aad «. J.wptia H- apitaL Ac 
raanmudaUon canatai. id living 
room, argarw'a guaat-alxr dinlag 
man giaatbiai drn and larga 
IrUrtaaa with nan t> and hrdnatoi 
on gw avain Monr. Upatatr* ibar* 
are FOUR BEDROOMS, rva at 
wreck baa a (kraaag r«-n» edf 
OU haa! This bane u r-xivaadant 
Vi orimarv and high artvada. Full 

t Hre *11301 CaM D. O. Whyte 

V ATItrt anytime. 


POST AND BEAM 


ROCKLAND 
M ALK TO CITY 

Why ton gtllea wftett ynu ran Sva 
k-mdt (ran city cam re n ihu 
Aynarudd haaulfid hnma In gua 
Catodrgabta an** TV. wall tread 
aaaato Kona lenc*g pngvaaiy tea 1 
hrtfnam, I,ring mr*n with rawed 
hearth. I BATHS, dink* naan. Full 
teases rad with paawllral drn Qy 4(h 
b a vbv.au at I arte-I garage. 

asking m mu 

Tl> *iew call 

C. Warm, toa7134 anyUmr. 


FAIRnELD 

II 3ig 3- tedrn . older tvra 

-~g-| - Uv. rta, din rm. kit 
threugh 2*11 Pull bami. OOM tea: 
In* utility tin. All large mu. 

Fun pry. non 

Stout By land, EV 4-MOB EVAKVB 


Sparalng brand naw — three i 
Iwlnauna. t*ru l*Ihrenm«. full 1 
huh lauamant »* axlr* guaatl 
cy ree rva an — qutal craatvry 
living — 13 minute* fnan ally I 
contra, lit.toa on aaay iarmi. 

Call JACK WILLIAMS al 
EVMIO 


WHAT WILL YOU OFFER?] 

VACANT OWNER TRANIFXH 
RED gPACIOLI BX ROOMS. 
FIVE YKAHA OLD NBA. It FI¬ 
NANCING CLEAN AS A WH1BTLE. 
NICELY LANDkCAPID, CLOIF 
IN ASKING RIM CALL R 
U ART'S H KilfT AT EV3-«14i OH 


Expensive Feature* CADBORO BAY 

(Except Price! MODERN BEAUTY 

Adda.] faa'u-ca a trad thla H.k ® LEVELS 

Ing and atucco lamgaiow tan | Lnygv TT crentoned IKitg and din 
It la a itoaa by liadt Wail lag rema. ralafd haarth liratdare. 
dfaianad and sound rmatrur gleaming kdig oak fluure. tore# aall 
th* Sp*"l"Ui living room I planned tnahoganv kUrterv s lanm 
Vl'tv twnrllad w»IL Floor i.iBFiat, raw hat tom has teaatuut 
raAlIng faiacd hrarlb flrepla**. *-pc* »an-ly wi'h >»* wlv'.r wad 

flktuvf glaai d-aire to prvdrctad mlrr>r; 3nd telhpavn. 1 i«» and 
auivlack. Guret aba tOnin* duair ad torar family rvxaa al 
rven, cahln-'i aleotrlr kiichan I ground lavat AaiMr carpnn pattn. 
Tw,. ray,a naad hadroom* re all tondarauad Jvi* arnw* the nwd 
Wain floor plua third to ttie > • >»« r H «'«* f 1 ** putoir 

hit! high haaamant The., and 1 acre** 
ulhar laaiuraa atoaald te aaan, F P 13 WO 

hv railing M. SMITH al I P’aaac rail MRS. LAVENDER 
tv M74t EV A 4J3J an>1lmr 

Price $14,500 . 

M.0O0 DOWN 

3934 SHELBOURNE EXTENSIVE VIEWS 

LHr>xna arvl rrvl-wa.l .lair- h^r., H r ‘ 2 ( ; 

« a rem? m ^wtoir h'ull h.St, W.-tnat- with 

Ut' Kra'r Vran*freT*M* ,,r ^ af ^ E? to 
nuu d te art.ngad at the full r , ; ,.y >|K , k .. 

** LV*J-4_Tv'. anvilrve 


F. N. CABELDu LTD 

1213 Bread Srerf IV A7T74 

Eats bile had S yaara 


Dailgtvtful Tudor bungatow. 
BcamrJ rtlltoa LR. arparati 
DK 2 HR* Full near mam. 
Oil hot walef teal Jh* ap 

nrdmmawt In toa*. call V. 
BLANNIN, Evaa MAI1P3. 


fairfield-gonzales o,J 5r*i * ,r 

6-ROOM BUNGALOW rupanry. clear nua Kxrvltonl la'rraa 

EXCHTSIVE Full Price Only $14300 

Thla T yaar-tod home, newly deenr Ev 4 n * *•, *V 41114 

■led aid aimiraa wid apural to the 

amaJI laffill) Thar* afa 1 URa 4-1 

r~ D^'re^i'^rhre." LAKE HILL BEAUTY 

LSmmt'^t^r'^w‘nJ/iV alii? A **b 

S"*" <WBUIB* flaw repiwr alar- pnmk.rt, ipan-iuanara, and ]<**■ 

HZ ^ and a RFAI.ITTIC pclrei.it E*tr. 

■ “ fur ** r> *nr_R H large and height living n.an wnh 

t *y» W, oay tlcpad gar fireplace. Fa mlv a i*ad dirvmg nvan 
dm Ore In bua arhrad and ah- pa which oflan. mlo a larga aurvtcrk 
aia am •»»*••«>**. Ft Ire The to-alr-h kllcb-n a Lao ofleri a 

5i , - s “A __ If ..d tamily-al/ad mtlng area Twr 

•Naa*g Call Mr. BOLMh. EV 4-100 In-g* bedrooma and a third in Uva 


TOWN AND COUNTRY I 

$13,000 

On dtvr "# the batiar tlraata In thR 
■rap. tb'a Imreaculale hrane I* 1 leal 
for a y.aing lamII) Hunt toll fur 
1 vara ago. It pi -vldea comfartahia 
modem living at Itola low gne* 
Thera at* i*o gnod bedn«*na re 
the man flrer with adequate ream 
In Ihe datolght baienant fur a third 
and a tumpoa room. Tha cardan 
haauUfuMy landaragrd and raiy 
t-’ mamiatn. T-> toaw, call T->m 
Mcii.-alwad. Ia3-4QH or otter 
3X1-1 MS. 


U23 BUuunard Uraal 


An attraruva whlta iulln* buaga-1 
kav la an sacellanl Oak Ba) Ire -1 
Lei Larg* living raum valla -*aav 
nreplac* L-ahapad dining i ren 
ranfnto Wtrhrtt and TH HEX BED- 
II* IMS Full baaam.-nt. OU-O. 
Matlr hMlInx. drlva-ln garaew 
Paired to *all NOW with mcctolam 
term, at SU.Wn Tall A F. Greet* 
or C. C. Giddy EV VTMf any tuna 


HARRY 

FOSTER 

LTD. 

Opposite “The Bay" 

17S3 DOUULA1 EV 3 2101 

“Member M.L.S.” 


MONTREAL TRUST 
1057 Fort SI. 386-2111 


$1000 DOWN 
*75 Per Month 
Includes T»xei 

? Haiti wan. no aiap Btotgalow. Mre* 
rrevanlam kvhali.ei with teparb** 
garage and that Ideal garden, rc* 
tno nig tod 1.4 ua> anvall. 


ESTATE SALE 
BUNGALOW 

With full, high haarmeoL autsma'lr 
rel tod-watar teal.ng One t.jgr- 
nnr Dungakre i® a anvall lot can 
tie retained at a bargain price fir 
■ a«h in Mill*. Lm-itled In Vlrlrela 
Wait the him* rely naada arena dec 
-.mlkaL Full r-a hd dear title, 
Ufa 

View hv appuintmen! 

Mr. Uamilb*. UR 1 liM 


UNIVERSITY AREA 
$11,950 


MEARS A WHYTE 
OAK BAY REALTY LTD 
2i•*« OAK BAY AVENUE 


QUADRA- LAKEH1LL 
*1.500 DOWN 

» BKl IIPJUMS I YKARS 
QUIET LOCATI'jS 

y». V .. .. I.JMV. I- Ml *». . IV,-a] 

Q-todra i-«\iii.«v aire level M m : iv 
fluvt line, pal*' ala. Ideal hum.- 
f.» fairvilv ur rtluav' rvuiilr. Thla 
nlcaly liniahed and wi ll >nult hiana 
tea nn laua. Ul.ajT plan fraiurat 
dinette and kitchen at fneU; llvlna 
Havre with FP: l «'■■! tednxmu 
utility are* Atta- nnl i-arpnrL 
FVI-f. PRICK 111 *• 

Herb tn-icam. 

EV : a</L raa. EV . SDl 


pmarvl dtv raplaramanl cat Her 

3 ihrad tedrv'tna plraaanl llv ru 
r>vim wi'h rireptor* aral plantar, 
alaatrle raMhi-l kitchen w,'h la-.ghi 
f ill! i-v i. lull lymcitt teaareanl 
with drive-in raw. lau—try 1 uh» 
and DOM hca'inq. Liwely, a**il> 
m.«'nUloel a ■•'lea C.i'l T m M.J 

Er [ahead. 1K3««1. at to flea FC-U43. 


PROUD OWNER 

hi* add.d nip avrtacMj In al« 
>«tr* »’ -i p« no a.or* h.arw are! 

Ifar < » I.U li . ■ • htre'k t '1 Kinrmcfi a 
Pirt tt - •arful rnililrrn'a air* | 
The** TV in 'i-air iwdmoma and, 
<•:«-*. vanity wi'h Rev Rvavnv. dan. 
»r>* Iperr and 3-pr*. wllh hath 
■ ■wa In filfti baaamanL Ra-la- 
ing la pwutrn*. Excalirnl cuedltita. 
larg* tarveau ht with arparair 
fenced to«* are* aaparat* garat* 
atv.l Ural ahad. fruit traaa and prran- 
n’all with bulha planted new. gu.ti.ln 
Wits H M intge. at *1 a! I* PIT 
Call 

EV AST* tUmey Hujhaa SMAKT 


Mr J WATSON . Mr* M C.FARINU 
4T7-1-T! 1*2 UB*1 

MONTREAL THt'IT 

3** /in 

CADBORO BAY 
INCOME PLUS 

Older house rn half bar* of Value Id* 
pr-prrty. Juuaa aervaa al ftuidev. 
Lunging In *95 per gweith. L.d a*< 
aaldt hy ptarrv.-r lor apartrorei aw 
Earelltovt value aa a .htoding 


SW1NERTON 
STKWART CLARK 

LTD. 

Ut Bruughmn St EV32W1 


SOimi OAK BAY 
NEAR MARINA 
3-BEDROOMS AND DEN 

A itvirlou* and attractive 


RTOREMENT 

SPECIAL 


RETIRING?? 

WAY *t-K THIS :SR 
JO W AT CtlLW' «1D IfFT 
- UVLhU HODM 
— ncirm. 


ESQUIMALT 
$1800 DOWN 

Ftedrre t n hnma nnw gnda' 
tirucimn adth larg- hH A m-it 
Mr. Wr1*bL EV 3-NM, nr 
ev mu 


3 ACRES 
LOGANBERRIES 
3 BEDROOMS 

Nine tmuaaiad older bran* atlutorai 
re a mikdkto amid 3 aorre to k«*na 


'* de.lghfftU hrane f-w rmall pP,^ L \, n 

family Tide Ftedroom atueco u* H 1 '' nm JfT CK"".‘iwV 
bungal vw ia in uatora. TKICKU * iD LAJ,D 

flrwmmg eondjUon thrmlteait A 

and baa a full cement has* LOW-LOW TAXES 

ment and oil brat It u loraird ASKING lll lP' THY AS OFFER 
in tha Quadia-Ttontla area and HILL TYS. <N. KV i-t.14 OH 47b-l47r 
talari, stoaaa aad ra taika art a • a a • • 

ri rea by The garden la av,ra- _ _ _ . , 

C 'I'.'ly fenced and hundrvda id P F 'Htoyba leaa 1 

■ha ara planiad l.r a fin* OSLk I# PM, 'Wua laxral 

TV^t^rndWernTn':! ALL BOAMH f^Rft.Xr BEAU 
wluT a m-rt-ra* rarer te" T)' A '. Vf> r> «» nurv, rtWT. 1 •'' or », l 

SfdS SLfvffi-SrSSfl^g^SihfF.'K 


.. — - home 

realm tog a larga living rotor with 
wa'ltn-wall carpet*, nreplac* and 
Urllt-in latokram. lacerate guao 
dr- dtolni mere mretont, atevnc 

kiu-baa with break last area and 4 
pry bath made. Full eamarvt bale 
mant. Auv.malic oil baatilng. aap 
aral* yaiaga, 

Prlfp Only $18,500 

C*U J. F. Cabainu, 3*3 flT4 


FAIRFIELD 
“NO STEPS" 

$10,800 

KXCEPTIOSALLY GOOD VALUE 
i thla a-arm teinjalrwa wllh LARGE 
SEPARATE GARAGE Gavel drlvra 
wavt and I.DVF1.Y GARDES l/ff 
Cl wa tn MOPPING CENTRE and 
ni'A USK. Ea'-allent i*rm* aval 1 , 
able Fir full patotetiiir*. rail 
Mr. Yell*. EV MW. re* KVJ4* 


raid 1 area >4 young In*' tree. igr 
caniannl living mi and dtiarw nn 
Family to'chm with <awakiaa< n«* 
Full W. oil heal, re-re wuyrw 
ITldf Ilk-all 

IMCK JAMES EV 334B1 


TRANSFERRED TO 
OUR CITY? 

YOU MUST SEE 

Thu avapli.avaUy attrariiva 3bad 
I'aua kwagalow with lawdad win-: 
ij-rea Rrand new in deilrehl* area. 1 
Flraglara to L-atupad living more, 
and die IB* area, madam toecirtr 
kltcbm Full haaarr.anl Jin dHv# I 
k)i. For hirrtiirr infnrmaik* and 1 
AppaMmrM in tog*, phune 
MRS. M. WARREN 
EV U® 14-hr tel agrvlca 


ESQUIMALT 
FOUR BEDROOMS 

N>n* hear Ibla-riva the wile and 
family ihl* lovely 4 bedraonv h-«r>a 
fnr Chrulma.- 


TRADE 

j m .vrar hvme 

age Ha* T-ator 


OAK BAY 
4 BEDROOMS 

I. ,vel* Tu.bg atyla home altuatc.1 In 
a l.ivalw Ire vi km r -re- to thr vea'ar. 

Charm,ng L.rf. and DR., aunenm 
nr wwmg rre.m, Larga rlac. kllcban 
wllh rank full baaemanl. cal H tv 
h««liriM, plurr.bmf. 

M«iy nth<r lovely fltfeturcs 

Price $26,(100 

View only by appointment. 

R r llarrla, EV 3D74 or GR7HU 


Attractive HK1I llvtaft roam wllh 
flr-nlai-a Large tunny kflehan 
with nuandabia dining area. Octet 
ulilliv, aula uli teat and half bate- 
tnenl. 

Vary "vc# level lot i% aer-' well 
"laitdacaprd and lute ol Hull lor 
tha aid* to thjlva cat 


$500 DOWN 


JOHNSTON 


NEWkYWEDS SPECIAL 
$9,750 

GOOD TERMS. 

LOW TAXES. 

find "alarter'’ horn*. Ooay and 
wtrm with aca-toew. flmraad yard 
*>M heat, larga living rwira with: 
I.tvplaiy. two bedrnoma .arei g.ud- 
aiarel kltehca Ank e*w -hla with 
MKH. MITCiir.LL EV 3-43W. 


or "wte! hav* you?'* 
hadrionva, no baaement. 
PEGGY BLNSKWE. 1 
any urea. 


ALSO 

| iiwnata well trade ttmr mretara 3 
I imlruum full Iraramant hum* he 
j "ktor type 3JlR fame «m -.tgr .y 
1 'Itv. fhrlrtandmg taralu-e teev nr> 
'• • «*• JWarwl at a im re>-< 

I rrei-!ga»f rev r hundmh of d- Clare 
I Low dreg)paymeni nan I 
a twv F te all ph-iuarUirt phw 41 
' IlfmtKMA-N. EV 3.'tto 


GORDON HEAD 
MAJESTIC PARK 
EXCLUSIVE 

Ideal home for Ihr mailer family 
■aly I yra aid. to Immaculate ora 
aiUuto appriM LOuu aq ft fl...* apac* 
jittra bakroran aral carpigt Large 
I'V'lag naan wi*h flr»|lace aapareie 
emmg p.«n. 1 *H* bedroirm vailh 

l'Aa o» rtoarl apace Ueaia:fUI kil- 

» hew W-Ired for aiartrlc range I’ll Itv 
trearv off Idlrharv plumhad f. r 
waahar UIKhMal.c tea'ing. Vary 
!»•*•* kreatura. Laval frncad lu», r.kraa 
to all hailll le- 

SI 0.800 

LE.N KNIGHT FI' 334-95 


COMPANY 

LTD 

!>• BR'iAU STRKKT 
<K’K *1ST YEAR 


sKCLt'DKD pa'll at rear 
•rn «oa 

Fte aratonfment to via* piaea* eall 
Mr Hreran. FV 4^to*. or Mra 
McLean. EV ttoH? Office EV 4-dJl 


A. BERNAKD k CO. 
LTD. 


Yreinf al heart—tedv eight vein 
oil and In parfact ctvfldiii ra 
thraiglyail WaO prtcvd at Il4.?3n 
G-d term* 1 < nvnra detaila raid 
appoint mam 

I'leaaa rail 

Mra W. GEARING M- J WAT90K 
EV lKtt» tlH1toT7 


ONE ACRE 
WEST SAANICH 


!» tofra street 


FAIRFIELD REALTY 

335 COOK ST 


NEW LISTINGS 

immediate: 

POSSESSION 
ON ANY OF THESE 
FOUR HOMV-S 
ll.tnu dran. totr> pm LANGhYMUi 

2 br .‘■•n;-..--. v rta-Ikliti .h*»l. 'kiAli 
neat. Haw «v tl -.|*. rwellent 
value. Tavn fit* yr. 
mil di-wit. Vi pm HIGH TAT 
1 EIlSAJ. older l.r inti* avllh 
(X)M baaL Full irpurvl La>>■ merit 
aval lent kit 

IN 3fl* FP. OAKLANI1H, a ureal I bt, 
hnrna that i* c.oar L« all c.ewenj- 
encea An axcyllem aiartar or re¬ 
tirement hnma. G'«el n-ima. 

SHA. 1 ; rv old. euivrb I br, 1 n 
ad. IL home. cl<*a !■> R"'*l Uak. 
Full cement basrnara.i with area 
>.'r rarrratn® rraan L ahaped llv 
l rut reoan a-ltit f 8, Fanvl avted 
kitchen. Thia won t la>i lung ai 
Hi UP. Gved term* 

CA1 L GERRY Va< DO iALD ON 
THK ABOVE ANYTIME al 
KB-7111. 


ILLNESS FORCES 
IMMEDIATE SALE 

riv'lra Inra'urt near Wlllcaaw Beach 
I’nvmle Garden. 3 l»Mniren*. aep 
uimn* own full term- to aui- • 
"d h«-*i Fully nvali-in. Kind you 
tyuwlle Vary cnnvereetil I arm*. Aek 
•tg puce 

814,050 

Ikedtel .Vhenr k EV 4 tCJb. 

KV 2-tM 


xxxxxxxxxxxxxx 

X X 

X LOW DOWN PM MENT N 
X BARGAIN X 

X tkWely 
X letu arl I: 

X ’ "i 

X THESE 


Four-renm alucea l.unralore 
I.a* kit with ud r.uigr LR wlib 
FP. Ikub badruuma UvUL her, 
Ihli today 

97075. Terms 

5. SPAVE.N. KV i *741 any 

lima- 


PROFITABIJE 

INVESTMENT 


YOUNG EXECUTIVE'S i 
HOME *1 

826.000 

■ >aul fully m unUined luxury h.-ma 

■ 4 1 hilmia arei den. planned ire eaa> I 
!livlau. It Iraturaa larga living rre.m 
with lands tuna fireplace, dining rv» m 
and a twuaewitaa dream kitchen i 
wuh utility and eating area. All; 
larga bedrooma with lha mailer 
hedrm rn auite A full cement tei- 
ment and dcuhla garage Lovely 
grredtda. The low taxer and quiet 
aecluded lneatl-rt are added aiirac- 

' ana tea Ihu with MR3 IflTCHKLL 


GORGE DISTRUT 

Nre. > .aan. Vtrartrvaao, futl > 
nv-rg Nan* to. that reor aiva. 
xi». vo.i arei w A«k na | 
•LV'tot l»«*n pacm.re tlhvmla. 


LOVELY RETIUEMENT 
OR SMALL FAMILY HOME 

Retiar item average, mretarn. b 
year-"Id h- re*- un raii:. main 
lamed Iftvl Ft In gi-d arm 
b:re alae living txaim wtlh fire 
reai r. J heller than average tiled 
hadree.ma. Ft: haaamant wllh extra 
finished mren and drlva-ln garage 
dakii'g lUtofl. Call Dal Hregi. 


a I n c e e bungalow, 
i ainkn. km.vll 4y»n- 
I tree. MXlK AT 
FKATl'RFSC 


, r* xiw-tirrer .1 raraad led w'lti 

• an .re 1 • pn-re :: 

in Kxiuimait la well worth v.'Uf In 
veatli;. - 'rev For full paiilrular* an.i 
appan'metil t- in-i»' ' 


TAXES $1 


X —5 or 1 hadrre.m*. X 

X —24 »14' living rm, oak X 
X Urea- and ft ranter*. X 

X —Knotty pine kitchen <mnd- X 
\ am electric rang* Ire red- X 
X ad'. X 

X -Opart toning -■»* X 

X — I’am'into* hale X 

X —teparat* garage X 

X X 

X Fun grtee ravly Fmt-tait X 
X tarr-vt Kurrv. Ihli V 

X lau: Call Mtt HEGEN at V 
X N*wtoe,d Realty Ltd. phreva X 
X KV 2-M1T or tvta EV 3-M X 
X ngvlima, \ 


ALSO 

liadrvaim. (aebraaentml 
re alarva. la ana, qraikl.n. 
thii auni aixto. rear - 
-• I* **' lkaan paymravi 
Iti par rrerath haolle.. F.i 


i w-i IainMiu. ovi piwr lull 
> raw me nL copper piumun* 
arei drlva-ln garage 

Full Prlcp $5850 

Low down nay mere -4 mrare* 
Call AUIL PKTF.RStN, 
EV 347*1 anotim*. 


fOHN G WATSON 


LANGFORD 

Hla* lllll* Bam* r* larg* level tot 
With earns Shade trwea 1 BRa. 
•laetrle kitchen and oil raaili* Car- 
goto. Taxi* la*« than |3 par surath. 

$8500 

Call Mra Sam Midi anyflma 


SLEGO BROTHERS 
CONST. 

GRillTS to*m 

SIDNEY VKTVH1A 


AN IMMACULATE 
LITTLE HOME 
JUST $8,100 

ClJO SE IN--* YEARS OLD 

Here la an Ideal retirement h«vr 
In the one mile rlrcl* m quirt 
vul de **c. am. nga hew hiim«« 
bui cbwe all n*iven,. nea4 -With 
1 hW'«t v ••Jfh.ai' ut » S 
has v.-v em*rt kilrten with din 
Ing t race r-» , llvl' i mm Pern 
h"*r i.ie teih bn.l ? tedr-imt 
Ira me* M .High vyuadrw* OO-M 
text and tain I11J net 
Fvnuaiv* — rail L Mar. tel I 
FV 5 »7«3 


$1500 Down, $75 Per Month 
5 Bedroomi. 10 YeArs Old 
.18 of an acre 

rte rraarra the pdea la an tow and 
lha veima a. g.xl—the own. ‘a have 
m-ived Lp-Iaiand and mu* all 
quickly W in a new rei rerrra.-e 
revai.erl. Ihia I m rare ter would 
Mi h aredher It' '«P Hi tte pr 1 . * 
h»e U- 1 -n pa: ed i 1 .mii I. go "i;«i 
Wire melt a*y n ra i> tte lima 
• art fhtl Mlt CAMIUCLL. 
FV 3-4395 »ny ima 


B.C. LAND 

A Inaurnnrp Afrencv Ltd. j 

KJ GOVERNMENT STREET i 

ULTRA-MODERN 
DELUXE EXECUTIVE 
FAMILY HOME 

Dnnt buy nnytbuig uaiil ynu tele 
vein |hu tuper krnr in Ui« h.yi 
(■art <d fjum<».wne Park Four 
nadmcutia. Ihr.v hainiiriniB and love. 
Iv rumnua riavro wuh extra lira- 
Ikac*. All riaraia ary are.va gmtav.1 
wild Vue* f..r .rta i- two extra 
rm*. Large aecluded Ja.ikllha tread 
gbiurelr Jvd apr. ..air iv. iiiial aun 
deck Tnple taipcn ,vrel nv*r;. 
Irani In f.-aiuraa AvalUl.-i- fte Inv 
miiUele re.'JIarev. I . 'uvlv.- lid 


BYRON PRICE 
1314 Quadra 


Fu!> Pr c* INtoi rvra-n t? Ttai 
Ir. (hi* nera X H A rathedrw' r< 
trance h -me we have three flnuh.-rl 
-.,1 ..« «n -ateped d ; ninr 
liv ing r.iom, large m elren k " h n 
with niap> cafuneia and apac* l» 
family adting Tbit •• • la cora- 

i rtad now and in kreatrd Itv an 
tte-x area, rloaa la erhuuii af ail 


HOME SHOW 
at University Village 

Turn rtgtit off Shi lutuma on Blair 
and turn left at Magdelio. 

2:30 to 5, and 7 lo 9 

1 FUfTlvied llama*. 

"Tber.- > nothing 
Uk* * Nbw hum k* 


TOWN A COUNTRY 
REALTY LTD. 

J57'J II u; .Xml 


PLEASE DON'T 
PHONE 


ESQUIMALT 
LONG, LOW RANCHER 
1500 SQ. FT 

i-ET.i WANnr.n throikih »fua 

wall laid-rat lame. Tterr la a uvl 
o ‘me rattrtdari tte toafatu ydi a'vp 
waea.rv. Iraiw living Man win f.re 
pure, gvawtaira. .Inline barer., an.I 

-«-.—eo ev a 

!P*«».i akw-m. kt»re» v • areuiti 

ih.lK ? re ate J ..... . r 

a rad tra .rwaaa* flag! (■ Wtv 


X MURE FOR Vv.t H 
X I | M'iNKY t 1 

X 

X ONLY A LOW l*>WN PAY 
X ME.iT la rtoiuucd ite llu- 
X brand NEW l-bedroanv *i>i, 
X level’ ll la h.d a i"h'rn 
X li.eivl XTt'lTO BOX. Ira- i 
X «ri'*t aiH»'*l;u/ and -.ta-i.'. 


VltHI | yra have compared other 
fi-awaa and pr«cr In -ire Bbaiirm 
S teth. in the beat are* .in tte 

t’iwuaraliy draerk-t. Ttera- Satan are 
■ll reotitila'ad and ready to more 
■*" re to 

AS LOW AS «,M0 DOWN 

BUILT HY 

GILMOUR CONST. LTD. 
OR 7-1606 


$300 DOWN 
$.58 MONTHLY 

Her* la a real hargivn era ihear 
'irma Well k.-;d older lanv.lv ty.me 
:rae In ihappi' j. arhnnli and hut. 
Iren* living wi'b fine place, .epar- 
e dltung rrean. MreL-rn klirhan 
'■'* .•./ 
C*n te f.,. re f,-«r te-lratoik rj 


THE ROLAND 


UNIVERSITY AREA 
NEAR-NEW — $17,900 

Sea IS* attract. v* 1.440 iq. ft. 
1 hr**- ted rta an, a|0.l-l#v*i home wnth 
a n'c* view totaled in a ivgrarlre 

Iraddanfla’--- - 

, Tf’LMIK 


CT.XRKE & W.MJaACE 

nr.kt.rY ltd. 

’ . ext r.r . w n -to 

A VI ft,«n KaiuU'a 4 i • 


Ttua eplit-lava] reren* la rm* at tvur 
mrea popular mrelala and la de- 
vgned t<> give ; ra ih* maximum 
living aiea wi'h ite minimum 
inn.rant waat.-d Ipur 

r.-mponema >4 ihu *'li*'iiva m.- 
«r. a' 1 ever 'v ervuv hall w ih a 
large future nwr.pua yuan nnrt util 
,:y area w-.ih r-ughedm |Jumhmg 
a larga •'f."-,hapa«t dOilnr living 
r-vvm wuh a ba- wimVrar, fra'u*-- 
f.irpla.w wall and .wk fl eieg 
alrevg wllh three bedr--ana ilargc 
and an altrartiv* Mua and wbhe 
teihrravm wllh a fut’ laerh vanity 
make thla a fv»ne which hat 
reived many favnrahl* rammae'i 


X evavvina-lkin' hlan. I'.XPK,.- 
X SIVX f. Mlu-ea' Urefipiftrly 
X FIMSI'Fli t.rreeli ai rv . 

X 3 11ATHR410.MS, a am.* ml 
X .lllfervnt tirenlaea arc .-nlv 
X erne cf the rattai ' el 
X m»ka tnla ham* thi . nF -T 
X I.UY •« the mattoi t-vlMf 
X Call me anytime nn.l »-e (te 
X yvair*e:ff 

X ASKING flM.Y *14 W 
X Tcwa fkwvn and Va;, ea*V 
X term.' F.v :.-i\e -.vi" H 

X HFGEN • t N.wdea.t Itea'lv 
X 1-td. F.V l* (117 ;4 b-rar *n- 

X awe'lr. - ten'cel or evt-ninga 
X EVreXVU 


PRICE . V. -.4 

FV 5 7777 Iren C..4. FV :• 7777 | 

I/)OK' NEAR SEA. . 1 

wiujOws beach dr 

flve-flaan ;. : .iv reurv. ‘rang* w 
rtgiit >ra Itrw n Urivt in ll.ai-clau. 
eiaulili.*. wni h-iwi.ier -at Large 
crervn L and 11 p ren. tw.i lie.lr.aant, 
dea l*a elec lu: ree-: full tree*- 
ment. rumira* mij rap ga agr 
Substantial home. Ill Si. 

.1 "I Tail- ,1— :M 
Kvea CV 4 -4«'.' 


PARK Traiksaruitite. 
. real ahrl fan I -.*» ara 

*\c-t>nt and a 131W DOWN PAY 
MENT wllh raaereiahle termt ean 
te arranged. Call RUJ. Tllinm 
KV 7 4236, rat IWa rvwliatlrally prtcad 
(axsae 


rv?-t?7« «w E\ f ate3. Horry. ThJ! 

H-in i ia%\ 


Owner nwm anl mud »e!l *h - 
p - ,’<• b. she I - ed n a qbs.- 
I-Ul di- lae in a free ne.ghh>i!hreal 
Hr grant ;kar*■' i./e Ivrag 

n.en wi'h ‘ealura tirep-ar* ««.l 
.*»m>Iv -»'•'• d.rung rraan c-aivenienl 
kl(r*.e«i w -h aataig art* wtaming rev 
In a ie-lulled -v'faa *eck " F-ai: 
bedrmmi trlpl* plunvMng and larg. 
rac rrwim with firatkaca All ’Nre 
te a teau’.ftgly iread and landwaped 
wi'h a aaeliaJad aun pat 1 ’ f. ■ 
tele *7* Ml 

Ph via Mr Oa'Ht* ne Mi tr»:iace 
FVS-“7to FV 7-41TT, OR A1CT 


:< x x x X X X x X x x 
RFTIRFMKNT 


GORGE 
$1000 DOWN 


•» ara rarer m.n* bu 
>1 vikra br aato -a> a 
'tel will rex teat ar a 
ral* * 1 * WO with axrwlh 


ESQUIMALT 

LIVED IN AND LOVED 


DOUGlAS REALTY 
LIMITED i 
IV«tla> R'.raa* F.V f 

(Opp. Hialacn • Bay Star*] 


STVKTkK HUME 

X Situs!cd Clara tn b«i« line and 
X ahnpiivng. ihia ' 

X bednjnm, bail 
X wllh all heat i 
X araued gruurdi 

X an Him! 


Thia 94 yoarredd tratouonally 
aly lad horav* haa ccaivtnlatir* 
tor Ita hryaota For example, 
avalreftooc lagadry room, 
large aaparalt dining room, 
avawaalva living naan and a 
m a tear ha d r v a u that will taka 
an owaraiaad twin bedrvmm 
auil*. Twa olhar badrenma 
plua a com Dialed to law auil* 
in tha full, high baaement. 
Vary aaay term* on this rave. 
C»U Evelyn Wllacai Cotony 
Kaally Lid.. FV 41231. 


T*Xf^ only $120 a year 
Tre««d IcOt 7Vxl59' 
Paved Roads, Sewers and 
Curb* 

are Imjartant feavura* of a new 
MIA tvirva located in Ma/Marei 
Ihiv* whu h haai. ihrar had” • ret 
w.th a pwalbia tliraa tt- ee be.: 

r>»*n« in the baaemanl 

Full Price r« Mi 

Tkavn Tav ment | : «i 

p f T «i'n 


A GIFT AT $10,500 
TRY $1500 DOWN 
3 BEDROOMS 


tem horn# x f' rp ® L * ,T - 

d fullv land- X rurnTre 

rbie ia tiulv xi 1 ". 11 . 0 *' 

— -- arWr*r ht.m^ with X 

X t^rm* «v«llablf X 

X HEAL VALLE AT *10,10). X 

X JOHN NEFF - FV3-#74t X 

X nartnwaay-rn So-untica Lid. X 

xxxxxxxxxxxxxx 


OPEN HOUSE 
OAK BAY- 
841 St. Patrick Sb eet 
Wed. Nov. 18.2 5 p.m. 

rv*r* k»*tv«. S rraan*. Ttmi halt 
full bamt with av.i rreare Dr ir 
tovnito- Aufn ‘al heaiL Ihute raure. 
Cxtcrmr Tvvtcfully kLraJvapcil it 
CH*r Mle. 

PRICE Si5,8on.r)n 

* —..-v-ra* la tl»» nine hrene Ire-, 
1 - ' ' * <qara haiaa nniaiv W 


SALE 

IUaNESS 

$7250 


-4i* Merry Chrl«ma* vrar wv 
WVI h Uua darling nu Me* tkjrnc 
1.a«4aq n. :n kwalv i-awl'i.* 
I2»14 bvuhf c»im wi'n flnmiara 
P*ru'lla«! duang n«»n <4 k.'caan 3 
r.d Ijedrvawv U- Mv Au'a 

■ ■. c ga* fumac. Ni.i • '• v* t-> »■* 
ruac- bJii"' liv-.M. te tte 
rw l.) v,.wa K i- Mile-. 

••WEN1. Crk r.v i: - ■ Lid. 


F K HEATH 

■3 YaVc Vmv 1 

Serv nq Vctorvana for 
Hfl l-f aa Yaara. 

VACANT' 
IMMEDIATE 
POSSESSION' 
MOVE INTODAY 

lJ*/Hy *\-ye*r-4d h-avtc 
'radnaena Irergv living n>»r 


'rack garvletl |W deep 1 

Try SI0.900 Full Price 
with $83 per month 

Frank WMinadd, EV S-Oii# 
Xa- — I to-ai'y Ltd.. EV . KllJ 


OPEN BY 
APPOINTMENT IN 
UPPER OAK BAY 


f7.2*r 13»)K I.R >kl3. DR 1«> 
12 . glaam.ng -adt fleas, iigrav gy- 


1MMEDIITE POSSKASI' -X 

Idcil trr re'lred cr lrav.nre«a 
I'li ilp. or. «n»il im-.i , 

r: "i **' »*!h : Tir.n 

h'Hriia k r him'. O-Q-M teal 
Kiel D.I. v-Afagi- 111 minu'.-a 
Iran ally i entrv (1 -.*) 
Ik'WX, THY OFFERS, Call 
MR HARRli GR 7-119* C 

*■ H r* ""•1 * o. u.i, 

U31 Btenaliaiti 31, Ev 3-4161L 


'TV!i"te« ■ ' a i ... 

• ra-c ia per tw-wt-i i.k 

•« vev F»rl> '..-u|*rr- Tha l« 
m how iratmln I'.-ya. pal; 

Frank K.' haMv* u F.V fWSTIl 
NflRTHWEdTERN SFCIHITIKS 


Fte party ultra, cr %t*w t e 
abi'-a. ptem* one of rvr aniiar.rnrrd 

lllll Knowles <;R9-?wri- 
P v su-’i' FV*rev, 

Grant Marcus FVSS4W 


MOUNT VIEW OLSTnrcr 
Wanf ■ ' te 'ina# to artearU* Thla 
tmmacula.i I tevlroom Slucr. Hun 
i*a!-rw n re eaty wyK-ng riialarec 1 
hai altr.i'- 1 - ■ ■ l.vina nu.m-mri- 
mm y kiu-han—a bcitruoms—full, 

baaement—oil heat and sepfvrale 
garage. 

PRICE tin.son 

Tn Irvipect call L. WlUdna at 
383-3413 te Rea K-iWl 
FRASER B1SOOE 
73H pandora av». 


A S-beUr- 'an home a> .V«4 Helwlcrv. , 
"-.id el-«e • i all ar • univ«i.,:> 

A *wf>r inypulmcrd ahd teller fi»nv' 
prmUiiai. Two ha'hiv-rfn* nn ir • 
m.iln ri'-ra piua rough ln in Ihe hhra 
ment Ibrath in luty.pua rooan. fire 
pikra. waahar -Iryar IJoubl* ranra'4. 
lNum#riraa other agfra* Evallan' 


STARTING 

RETIRING 


OAK BAY 
NEW N.H A 
$2,000.00 DOWN 

A leal hrarel-naw h«ne In ehntrr 
~~ payment' 

ia* Fte) 

._ Ehquir* 

nre Il « ai 1 imfrraajble IO Mm In 
Uak Ray 6m r«.Wo wi’h a h.aai. 
to yv«a <4 Kkn Call Mr K. Mac- 
Farlane. ISLAND HOMER LTD.. 
T* va*. ra» »*4 7»T7 


Her* la an Weal ooiiag* wuh flra- 
piaoa and oak fluur. onav Uv reg 
t n«n. larg* modam kiiehcc 3 tel- 
gvnmJ. ISnnbivave twth. kllai-hed ga- 
i«ea arei aavtadkgr L.r*’rd on ound 
aine*« Okvaa In Wraps and bu*. F vav 
lerma av-alUMa Full price KT.kUb. 
Call Kan Baalry EV 4-114*4 

NewaUwd Reqjly Ltd 
CV 3-RUT - 


DF LUXE HOME 
3 BEDROOMS 
QUICK PrtsSERSlOX 
Thia vrary alrrwpGv# home hu'lt > 
.'.rera **'■. haa an aarmh-rg fbair 
[k an —*un#vl na to aver* man. Spa 
c oua JtofL ll i-tog iluwng re*an, **n- 
My bathroom Large klirhan wllh 
wall even «nd fan. alao hraakf**! 


■$500 DOWN" 
WHITE STUCCO 
“ESQUIMALT' 


laua. * •• d-revTi 
arruW RU> Inriiklir.. re. 
bamt. AH the ' Inmminus 


Owner Laa apml a |.,i -f 
m-na»,f*v thla older tern- 
h to ha la leaving Ih* ciw 
and win aall for tl pea .town. 

rn SC* 


trai DOWN 

riaa-laen-yawraad atia-co iurawl 
near Victoria High Schorl Lac 
ancra-ive- Hvtng h-«n with fl 
-rkue k’amavnia c:c-4 r g. 

■nd d)n.n« arm Tw. mra b 
n»«n- New wiring. Par 
healing. in f. *- (>r 

FuH revea nn 7» 

P G TU'hraiN RK\! 

811 1 


ANYTIME 


Belmont cm 

TIS?m AltrarUve aturro. five 
room*. 0-0 M healing, full haa*- 
meni wnlh antra room. Saparaia 
taraga rei tha piaaaing lot anlh 
lawn and ahruha. Cl-aa lo aU 
acme**. Fur lha familv whu 

.with a hen* wllh character 
an.i wirmth. Call F Marrom. 
EV 4-3641 anviime. Marconi 
Kralii, C3P View. 


FAIRFIELD RETIREMENT - J- 
bcdn«»n. teal. Bitten bungatow 
(hoi twen'v yaara old Full irevr- 
m. nt. naw OU-O-Matlc furnace The 
piv.a la firm at linsm* baewuae it’i 
vv Ih a.very ccnl of >1 tl 5i»v .Frern. 
IT - mho I hi.V Jay R sdv EV 4 0531 
li>far A dwayne Lid. 


Itong '.ally IS veara 'rt i with a nn CARR fM" PER MUTTR FOR I 
’all natemmL Pi) man . w,U ha I iw, yawn T».n dnifi *n *-ra H • 
nara: 6* pfr naai b. | deal * laikared in mar- rte re-a-i- 

Full Price 810.200 «;»»- - 

dl M-a. V -toirart. fte F. '*(«- Th Jt ’v m' , 

ve-teW. EVS-kUT ar EV . :** L ji, 

Nawvewd Hrea.lv L’d __ ^Tp^ 

rtok n ,Lg f r‘reretetorad 

W .Mra IrXFuJl "1 ,h haaamafg cowl ud -rart 

iaraa*tortTmI!'.1^1 Tbra* .Nawda iraini.ng and dci.r 

J | utl , T,^T 1*11 ovterwira g-.rt aounl (te- 

C.ac' Idii^nft Ml hww aur.. M ai (W) Quick pcwvcraaw. Price 
teal. lew. uir roe Vino r e „ rau ^ BAmN ,, H . 

daata PL *fler 4 pm. EV 2dM.Wyult.nM-d, Co. LUl, EV 2 42B&. Owner-boll da*,, Ey ;ura 


HAPPY FAMn.Y 


7 W-ck* a*om ’te ua* la - 1 
koeiv 7 ted- cm home *» 
extra cim to ham! Fua'tci! 

nod ihrwug. Haquiraa 63'" 
*a*h. 

Call Ch.irk.na Jlacrm nf Colony' 

Really. Mena anytlma 


NO CASH NEEDED 


TRY. I fax older. T-telrvaan aCucc. 
laane. ttoe-l, .» |*an Naiu T.luttim 
-i»J ■* ILU: Loi-g* elac-irtr kn 
'-tan. aa-rau;. .al Ivaat.i brer i**m. 
Tte owner would ’i** 'yo,<ell tua 

aihgiatea i.a . hai * a hr nr on 

to V am raver TRY YO' n IXJM’N 
PAYMENT. 

ASKING $10,900 

r-U.: 'Tten CHARTRES FV 54741 

NteThwralrni Sav-jrcjre* Lid. 


FXTATF 

EY' --'KV Ahv ':mc 
>' 'M l. HP- JRARY 1 RED ROOM 
(XV.WOOD. .NEAT I-REDHOOM »i. Bungakto. CPfZALES Beau 
a'lkx'-' bungai'M n rac I., w-laal. ttful- lan.1*. aping. 'U.Vd gi.atnda 

a ppmg and hu*. Wired range, •d'h VIEW. If ' aa 1) teach, arhre.i,. 
wm-diar ahd drier. Only 6--WU l av and c-i o*yr r a Idaw! F>)R DivCTtiR 
tow down pav meni. Call Archie lor EXTCTTIVE. 614.'**' w-'lh Term* 
r-m-a EV 34X98. Pf mhirlM MrCandlaa* Rawltv. Mh Fori. pt»-ne 
Ihdaaae Lid. lEVMLU. 4vea EV 3-0jm, EV 4-3633. gV 4-0943, GRI SfOI. 


T- TRAIT 

■a on a new lume GR 7 k 
Gllmuur C.aial Lid 


Build 

111* 1* iWN 

B-mua H "rvaa frvan *71 ton 
3. MCLAREN CONSTRUCTIOX 
WVS84A 


RRAXDNEW 




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32 Bills (Estonia! 

N uirt n IT, 1W4 

1» MOUMS H» UU 

THE ROYAL TRUST 
COMPANY 

FAIRFIELD 

Com to 1 )M oHj\ wnnatltHv 
park *1*1 Lars*. ukkrr- 

tjpo. luur Miron S»i In sxrrl- 
|,o e.ra1ita« inWd# ami oat. On* 
(KM. fl.uaa doWn. Thr -ugh Ml. 
Iivliw r».#n luM-ilaa dining rnm. 
Urn in. ktirhra. Spe* wwMiroora 
on I ha raoht fluer. row Uri*. hnaht 
hntrooma and »■[»• h#ihn*«ri n. 
>"uli l>wnni CHI bnf-air h*ra*n-#. 
T»' aeporai» i*r»t*# It* Su'XlM'. 

PRICK $14,900 

A. E. Crtn 
Jxvttll Uxal 51 
An*c om» H.mr* 

sewna 


MT. DOUGLAS-VLA 

, SUITABLE FOR NURSERY 
Thl* nimpOTrlr rwd*cnrat#d fufl 
b#Brm*fit hum* on ov«r hall-aora "t 
Umtaaapad IrrlH* around r>»i*» 
o4 lit Inc room. 2 brdrnom* awn- ua 

kili-hrn. 4-pia.-o hathrnom and l*r*w 
•undack. Pma Sltd*. witti form*. 

FAIRFIELD 

Older home In excellent 
residential Rre». Complete¬ 
ly redecorated. On main 
floor, large living room, 
dining room, den, ipacioua 
kitchen with dining area 
and separate utility room. 
Upstair*, three large bed¬ 
rooms, sunroom and 3-pee. 
bathroom. Full basement. 
PRICE 111,500 with terms 
ERIC SALM 

MI-4111. LOCAL 41 
Attar Office Hosts 
386-1616 

THE ROYAL TRUST CO. 

jroi Government Stmt IW4SU 


seaview i 

SPLIT LEVEL 

W.sao 

4tr Urin*-4knin« rra., j8*t 
and bum coral . I ladrmi 

C i 1 dtaua. douhta plumb- 
BaautlwllT laadtrapad. 
Iilrailr ka-alad tn <W*« 
H*#d Ptl #M Harlan Ptfo*. 
Cokmr Raally Lid.. 48*125} 


in 


WAT1RPR0NT 

PROPERTIES 


Ja H 

• iW'Alf 


SEAFRONT 

HOME 

II »ou have aver drain*! • *b#ll*r»d 
■mludad borne oti bmIimm THIS 
IS IT” Lowly bpm bane with IS 
badnuma. lane llvtna n«m o**r- 

Iryk-nc Mar«ar«'a Hu. Audi* car- 
ase. wr UlcAao. dining ntan and 

C ilam. Muil be aaen lo ha aoprer- 
Ud" Full Inforrmlkwi ftvra by 
nfotnlnf 

tv 34M* MU HEATH tv 113* 

T>»* a Onmrr Really U** - 


EXCITING NEWS 

OIK SAbT SPRING ISLAND 
Only a lew tan beautifully need 
lb ana with 13 b ft *rat#rfn»t 
and fii«»l heath ■ « ahetlered cne. 
with Ideal ymr-rruul pnv*L- tiv-t. 
a-a ai your doonirp. Only pi 30, 
»a«y form*. 

Pleaie euntart Jim SpaweT. (HALT 
SPRING LAN1* l.TIl I Gang*#. B.C. 
Pbeie 527 5313 or SJ7 7154. 


1S4 PtOPIBTY FOR SAll 

Waterfront Lot 
GORDON HEAD 


114 


ACRIAM FOR UU 

AND WANTID 


BIG FAMILY? 


A Paal apa.ioaa family bane at SIS 
tXevrdn Full baameol anih in law 
aulte. oil heal, kitchen, diiubi-liyeic. 
J»m ly Can. pliM 2 hadronma and 
p-.chiuwn upaiaira. Full pnrw Sf.sm, 
I’JI down. uaJanra *81 art monih. 
Need* made paiMinc W* 1 URS) I ha 
pauM. To vie* phraw Kaaapi C» 
airurtl-ai Co. Ltd **-•!». 


FRIENDLY LITTLE HOUSE 
Jl arruMMd and fNah White alurra. 
■a nm >ai a nra router lot 
S1S.W but prire 

It ■■■ doae with IMI a nvei-h Call 
Harhara Rant. Crv.ny Realty Lid.. 
M Oil. day a t uabL 


BY OWNER. THREE BEDROOM 
mdm baaa hear M-*WU lhaiaiaa 
IXxiDM pharalM iM. *11 Isrf* roan a. 

Bdl "aliment, oil haul. Id arm 
t= *d Pham 4T7 me e-.nnaa, 
ne ^ aaida bnlidtn. 

1 DEAL farm EVENT ROME— 
rl <ae in CH>V heal 3* **1nna 1 
lie^.a me abt *-pre hath. 0*en FP 
In lletn* room, aep raraca Only 
*’ TO*. «iih lerma PVra Marian 
Pnre r imy Realty Ltd, RB-EE1 i 

o* ja*4i:a. __ 

_ 3»M EMPIRE - i*** 

CH» rol'remem tr Ihvealment 
a serial M-ulerii noaten. Thed n ren 
arm. riok Haultain area Eurhiaiva. 

Mr Evpan. Harry Froter Ltd, 
F-V ITim of rra. E V iwr_ 

we' WANT TO SELL NOW ai nrw 
r-rtur-iei on 'he prv-n nt thla brand 
raw hewna. Private 47»-23U. 

Ill COUNTRY HOMU AND 
FROFfRTIIS 


BRENTWOOD 
PROPERTIES LTD. 

Older I b*l tiaaatnem b ««e <m 2 
large lr*. rluea to arhiarta, elc. 
I'.iitm terrna. 

A f.ad older buncalow rm larga 
jiroperty. 1 ruomj and hath, N <*A 
Term*. 

Spanlonc arm. det^ttttid to Ink aL 

larre, 2aun haaemeol lamaal.w 

wth etna c.amit^H'5n« with all 

r -nvenierr'ra IH.ara 'wire 

*35 vrrv * Jynee parki-e arrra with 
a. a vew part graa*. parr tree*. 
Vww |f>d value al *1 4t« per arre. 
Large, gimd. oil heated home, with 
f adftvul a cafe and aiurk tn- 
H-enr or t‘- -X may he rented <r 
baighl to aetlle up a nut "4 Nil 
own«(. IjIi ot hualneae her* )uat 
amiiin* for ►«»«» u, P»* afler 
t* Will reoi -r aell renamtat'le 
Call Harry Parker nr Lea R'ai*«t at 

BRENTWOOD 
PROPERTIES LTD. 

OR 4 1141 OOW 

Evenlnca OR 4 Jim or <;* 53MT 


DEEP COVE 
_REf)H« a 15,14. 1 , ACRE* 

ve'.en' 1 'a-tl . ". leal# (4 

imatelv I Hit aa n haa ie,n 
rennaated extenaivr!.. Nrw alvrmt. 
hew rod. large ki'rhrn with new 
e.'Wnrla. eir Living room. 2 bed- 
r»*ma and halho.im need a-.m« 
»"rtt. On 1H rm The prire 1* 

k,w at a**x> 

E. DroeL 47V3t2l 

Sidney • • Saanich Peninsula 
• • * Cult island* * * • 

GORDON HULME LTD. 
Ot**n Satunlny 
Sidney GR 5-1154 

2.53 ACRES 
UNFINISHED HOME 

A high view otui'ry k>rallon ar- 
Iraiiiv* aumagrall.-ea Fume o-es.- 

t .eieil f.ir a Llelfom aplli u ve| 
■me Kitrhm. iwthneen ind 1 
Y-ama are tu-.ahed where you ran 
|l>e aa the tX*T «1 It .rig nth 
l.hed Sb-wl'l he pi '-.hlg tr VLA. 
mnatniHLally balerpnred f t quirk 
gale at 

$9,000 

4^11 GEORGE IRAN at EY5C741 
n re* EV J-Ml* Nurthwealern Se- 
eun'i-w Ud 


COUNTRY ESTATE 
ATTENTION HORSE LOVERS 
>1T DOLGLAS—4 Ml CIRCLE 

atfaVr bare and trail nde 
arret* lo lovely .Ml l>.ud- 
laa Pk. Fyr-Jd pet ai.d 
beam corat. bine wiih 2 >*fl 
iq L «i 3 f.iaei. Ill a,re« 
with pnaaihllluea lor future 
■ubdliiakm. 

Iti.'ne Marian PTiie 
COI.ONY REALTY I TD. 

MU] a SSSCU3 


RLTmiNG’r 
F-ULSORD HARBOUR 
$12,750 D P. 


/ 


SAANICH PENINSULA 
WATERFRONT ACREAGE 
(al 2 heauilful acre*, appro*. TW 
excellent bearh. rharmln* ruder 
bme arftk double gaiaga and gueel 
e<4lage. Price gS.SnB «l 
(hi m acre lot adMnrnc the abwa 
property, appro*. 230 1 fine aaad and 
gravel wart Pitre $12 Hkl 00 
Thla valuable pr<«e*-ty ran h# 
viewed by ralllna J *’ Flnlavam. 
47FM1 rei nr 2855*55 anvltma 
F. R. BROWN A SONS LTD 


WANTED TO RENT WITH VTEW 
l i pure haar araterfrroit hnme oa 
Saank-h Pendnaul*. VV-larla Preaa. 
&* *ri 

LANGFORD WATER FRONT 4- 
paan recta pa to eery gnod rvmdt- 
tl» «8t* er feed with aptl-m. 
EV V454* 


Drtra nil »0 4481 »-rewar Drive. 
(mm oi tha few rawaamini rhok-e 
nninerllea with Ua mmn cave and 
harbir Almuat S acre. Aaking 

E ta iiaarat. Term a availahte. G"r- 
< Steyerib*. EV 2-tL17. New- 
Head Realty Lid. 


■oral level tail ding Ma 

CHAR-m-ELL DRIVE U 


« ONLY . 

DRIVE ttJorxtn 
Head). Take your pwk al 
U5.72U each. 

Average atw MkclIS 
Buv ani Build N"* SAVE SN« 
uniter Winter W.elca 1‘r- aram. 
Arrhke Greene. EV*-*1?4 ,.r 

EVAffMB. l’eiihenuo, H.Jmea Lt.L 

VACHE _ LT1R SALE AT~ ROYAL 
<<*k. UIHs'l. 

19S MOPIRTT WANTID 


1S3 


WANTID TO IUT 
HOUSIS 


OAK BAY REALTY 

FOR OAK FAT HOMES 
RECENT SALES 


OAK BAY 
CAIVhiRO BAT 
UPiANDri 
PROPERTIES 

1T2* TOWSLEY 
IIW ROSLYN 
1353 MONTEREY 
2MH SINCIAIR 
3S24 SCOLTtlN 
2RB CAVENDISH 
2»t T DOR 
2128 W1NDHOR 
2T17 IXIRSET 
3f*4 DOVER 
2f3> MARGATE 
EPS BROWNING 
170 REACH DRIVE 
BY: MRS. D. R Mcl.Fnn 
IF YOUR HOME U 114 tMESE 
AREAS AND IS FDR SALK CALL 
ME EV V77tT7 FOR PROMPT, 
COURTEOUS SERVICE. 


MEARS k WHYTE 
OAK BAY REALTY LTD. 
2188 OAK BAY AVENUE 


OUR CLIENT DESIRES 

A TWO BEDROOM and DEN w 
three-i*drom re'iraeiMttl bane wth 
wvemruriabl* new o( the ara and 

m-.imtalna ML Haber ttaw pra- 


I CASH 
EV 2-4112 


Beam — Rat 
Laark A Sparka 


Matura. rkarartarfd hnm* la annd 
l.iratMi nb aa buay Ihoroaghfan. 
assnayaaom. yw Mir •« 

treated tn nedldaeire Plaaae ;e «# 
Mr Slnipaaei. hot* a rea. 


PEMBERTON HOLMES LTD. 

TO $9,500 CASH 

If vrur n-waa b aailabte tr nty 
pralri* Couple pnraently ataylnd hi 
a m-4eL rail me rignt away Tnm 
5( • c, rv 2-2137; eves EV 2 2»t 
Reiter* Home a Lid. 


LARGE LOT? 

!- OR a-BEDROOM HOME ON A 
large or double hd. Any rood Inra- 
11-*L Older heme romideted if In 
food r-mdittnn. Call Mr. Glover 
GARDNER AGENCIES LTD 
185-114* _ Rea. 477-4 75$ 

NEEDED - 1 JUICE 2 HEDWaiM 
ban* In Oah Bay — lae rj ai o|e 
tkeial. fc» reelred made Up lo 
tt4.'»R raah. Cali TED CHARTRES. 
EV 2dJ*L 

ALSO 

Nee,k«d - 24tadri,«n hrone. doae In. 
Up k' 112 Bat >r $13(ton Any eimdi- 
tm hr family Call TED CHAR¬ 
TRES EVMT4L Nurthwealern Se- 
rvrttiet Lad. 

EvollVI LADY will trade a irval 
In'enratlnr. older hntne In a rural 
aeitiiw. tfi (atn hrariaet. (or armage 
and older tver.e and pay Ihe dtffer- 
eeic* Ba-na for h-cie* w^ild ha 
an aate' Pieaae < ail Mr Mmhen. 
F.V2-TKR <* GRAMM e,ea kr 
detaitA 

Ba-ry Fiarter yd. 
URGENT Resiling r-*nWr require* 
a duple* wtJr*i. wilt pr-nule «n*ner*' 
quarter* plu* a rental. Mual be a 
b e area No objerikei to an up- 
an-iuiaan huiliPng. hut w**jld pre»er 
»i,|e-h« «lde rente I Pte.iae rail Mr 
Shkhara. EV2J1W oy GR 2*4*7 
eve* 

Rarre Foeter l.M 


WANTED AT ONCE 
»'«r.be,tr.-«n bene In Feet dtatrirf. 
near artvake and hra. ixdmM-nvn 
putvhaaer will pay raah Flour 

('*.'*• ran-ie. 

P G JACKSON BEAL F.iTATK 
*•: Fort t'reei EV 2-1*39 anytime 


TIME AND MONEY ARE \TTAL! 

Sell'ns 'yrijr hnene QITCKLY roR 
4*ASM Will B»ve V.«J nredlrva w-irry 

and eviemae Ca'l G-'nk*> Sieiea*.*. 
KV 2*117 Newetrad R.-altv Ltd 

NO 1FA ANUS OR Bt TS- I WILL 
make a CASH offer ne, your RENT¬ 
ABLE h-una regard leu of mndi'i'«i 
tr hr-#tlo*t INvew m» *rot. Mr. 
H-idgwm. at EV 5d*l w EV 2-8117. 
DiOAY FOR FAST Am>i\ 
Newritead Realtv Ltd 


WANTED IN OAK RAY, LARGE 
'kdee bene mual have 4 of 5 l*d- 
r • me aparbaai living riven, a din¬ 
ing nvim and ibn Prire, tip to 
Karl, pt~w«h*i be r-werr 
tv-.: PriraNpal* .«Uy rV A*"*8 

I WTtX ilUY - YrifR - 2 OH SUED 
I'-m hnT» immi.he r*,-. if 
It * au.'a'.ie f-» rental nunrnae, P r 
f,«‘ art:-r. r #|1 me Awif Elwuid 
M :'t n> Neu.'. ad Realtv Ltd 
rv ; -it: at:.',me 

lim.R HOME WANTED 
FliWv le . t-et.ir would I1L. wrath 
e|.»» In. G-*»l ranjen wnl 
a mu* I" vae n-ei'ar* 'tr SiiAh- 
er*. EV 7 "ni ir Off A**«7 eve*. 

Hi - Fi — nf Ltd 


ARE 

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mu YOUR 


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■Sir EVSH-TT. 

m~ *»mr 

< HArrr*** H*sl'ra 

154 fHORIRTY 

POR SALE 


de Gordin head area neI Ai«eH 
Street <-it .era! ,/ Mortimer K78-,-' 

f e* I,. *11 priori. S t.e. left at 
tvo off Ole r-w* .yf the *f*e ail 
I e. being wir'-e* hnmi* See u« 
d-“ ' >mnrr>** you m*\ he d'aap- 
bunted ps ne Kvaanl Cnei.iru-H-a 
l.-t MSA’.r 


Ideal amnll billing hr veteran ir 
r i mramt i**»le. » mulem- 

lamw iai|s «n a-rv 3«i 
j.i-. from Imit. Evetwnt gnnl.m 

w ’h rrawiwev.*-*, naepi»*rir. and 
3* lrutf tre**. It you rti*>y axmiry 

1.; pbaw m* L'ninv-B* V.y. 

SUL HKATH 

23V MR** EN'-T-T* 

Dmti A-C5*imrY Really LfiL 


N ACRE 

TRY II.HOC IX1WN 
INI’ road front*** Net tax** II H. 
r-ped-ut water linma* *2 yr. 14 )T« 

■ III large ( mini i.vd 2 ptrre hath. 
C W lum«re M*h t «L Full prn-a 
lleia f r raihl 

RUTH E HUTCHESON 
EV 1 'CrtN GR?2aW 
C N M.'NTRGUE (>• LTD. 
Y.air Bretpw.mil Reai’T 
Rrtcq Davtea Ageiv e* 

4TR 4-1413_ 

In the* market to buy some¬ 
thing? Read the classified 

daily and save 


LOTS WANTED 

Wa aril rour W taxer hr imah. 
W# deaigri a h.*J«e t.r j-mr i-*t 
Inn marge', groan** Plan ring and 
nmlrari tnrtuallnt **l* al U u 
ane of our many client,. Llal wiih 
ua rvw We Pave the large*’ bu.«- 
b-*a af ltd* kind an Vanr-mver 1» 
land Byron Pnca EV MOK Iii4 
Qraiira SI 

PROPERTY - WANTED. ACREAt.K 
or alngle outlding lota preferably tat 
aewer and water. 

pt*g>e Phil St Nit tvu MM0 (g 
Sl egg Bru thera Coral 28S2F3A 

WANTED BUILDING” LOTS AND 
ACREAGE CALL E. J. BUTLER. 
EV 141(0. ANYTIME 


SAANICH SEWERED LOTS 
G1LM0UR CONST GR 7-1*11 


Styled to Slim 




WUu&t 


“WANTED" 

ACREAGE-LArg* and amaB. Ill 
Di»* With or wiltvail buuro tnv 
mediate aril'*! tall (IKilKGH 
CHAN EVSCftl: H*a. EV 34411: 
h aihwraiern lerurii e* Ltd 

At" wag* Required gaanleh prafarred. 

CASH Ihume flvudl P'tse U14 

Goadra. KV S2i*_ 

Wantrd -Arraeg* In 
Ruby trlthain at,a IJHI UR 
Ullinour Curalrik’lkki. 

t (ill FOR AUHhAt.J. AtlJACENt 
1 Her ■' J^**'* 1 

1ST COMMIRCAb 

FtOPIkTIIS 

imAsriu.vi.i.Y 

m:nuci-:i> 

OanmatviAl IX'Mrtly ivarnUUn* id 
thie*. 1-r* in KwmUlwH lUwl '-'1111 
an .'LUn -.vt«r b«i» 1'raeMe 
•qaartneid Thla la a ara-nni-e 
rale at a vwry atfia-uve pi - ** tfiack 
b<*'i adcnl hy ."twe. 

niii-K < n; u ms ' aixwn 

W I. I*• airaut -TP.H anyluM 

li.XMI.MAN INVP-SrMK.NT 

CO.. LTD 

*191 FARMS f OR SAL I AND 

WANTED 

For AAI.E CLEARED 10-ACHE 
farm. )*« Urtlv Cnra Kil. 

NOTICE TO CtvEBITORg 
la Ik* Mailer al the Eilat* af KATR- 
raiM BELL NTEWAKT laU al Ml 
Mawrahlra Read. Mrlarla, B.C.. OK 
4 EASED. 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 
eredttora and olhera baying claim* 
agalmt the eatat* of the ahova-namad 
decaaaed ara hereby required Id aend 
theta id the undeulgned Eaaeutria at 
Ith Floor Bentall Building. Victoria, 
BC. beloro the 22nd day of Decembei. 
1*44, alter which data th# Raecutri* 
will dt.tnbuta the aatd aatate amongat 
tha.patiooa entitled thereto, having 
regard an if to the clalma of wblcb aba 
LbaJJ haae received notice. 

MARft AR2TT LOW1. 
t Everutrlx, 

by Create A Company, 
her aollcltora. 


Parking Lots , Buses 

Bennett Not In 
Of Vancouver 


Favor 


Freeway 


Premier Bennett has de- 
clared himself personally op¬ 
posed to a freeway s>"stem 
through Vancouver. 

The premier said Monday 
the provinciRl government will 
carry out its promise to build 
a new Burrard Inlet crossing 
at First Narrows "provided 
the communities connect it 
with the local streets.” 

Asked whether he favors a 
suggestion by Vancouver 
Mayor William Rathte that ■ 
proposed $100,000,000 cross¬ 


town Imnvay be designateditraffic bound for Upper Van-,North Shore car pools and 
part of the Trans-Canada High -1 couvcr Island and Howe Sound 1 creation of huge parking lots 
way, Mr. Bennett said he had j now bypasses the city by using ; on tiie North Shore near the 

the Second Narrows Bridge bridges. 

and the Upper Levels high ‘”nie people could park their 
w>a Y- | cars and take hpses into the 

“Similarly, traffic to Van- city," he suggested, 
couver Island can go south of Mr. Bennett said that even 
the city to Tsawwassen." • if B.C. Hydro Authority gels 
BETTER piAN lCs P ro P°««l increase in ca^h 

bus fares to 25 cents, going hy 
The premier said a better bus would be “only a very 
solution than freeways small fraction” of the cost of 
through downtown Vancouver! driving and parking down- 
Mr. Bennett said through i would be a combination of 1 town. 


no comment. 

THROUGH, NOT INTO 

“Personally, though, I'm not 
in favor of freeways to carry 
traffic Into cities,'* he said. 

“Freeway* are all right if 
you .have to carry traffic 
through cities hut our policy 
has been to lake traffic aroun 
Vancouver. 


9067 

14H-24H 

(nf 

Dash about during the day 
in the jumper and blouse— 
wear Jumper alone as a 
tfcrss for evening, cruise 
climes. 

Prlated Pattern 9067: Half 
Siaea 14'a, 16 1 *. ]««,. 20 1 * 
22'*, 24 l ». Size lfi 1 * jumper 
2 T » yds. 45-in.; blouse l*i 
yd3. 35-inch. 

Fifty cents (50c) in coins 
(no stamps please) for this 
•pattern. Print plainly size, 
name, address and style 
number. 

Send order to Marian Mar¬ 
tin. care of The Daily Colo 
nist, Pattern Dept.. 60 Front 
Street West. Ton»nlo, Ont. 

Free pattern direct to your 
door—choose It from 300 de¬ 
sign ideas in new Fall- 
Winter Pattern Catalogue! 
School, casual, career, 
dressy styles all sizes! 
Send 50c. 


Mass Graves Found 


DANANG, Viet Nam (UPI) 
—The recent discovery of sev¬ 
eral mass graves filled with 
tiodieg of Red guerrilla! indi¬ 
cate! that Viet Cong casualties 
in the mountains have been 
higher than previously esti¬ 
mated, Vietnamese intelligence 
sources gaid Monday. 

At least three auch mass burial 


battalions in attempts to over) An American colonel at the I 
whelm Vietnamese strong C*>rps headquarters said It was 


NOTICE TO CREDITORS 
IN THE M4TTCR OF THE EST4TE OF 
CATHERINE FERGlkSON TURNER 
DECEASED, formerly at !>M1 Rlek- 
■•■I *■>■». tieUrla, B.C 

Kernel is hereby oiveh that, , , , . . . 

ermntan and othqr. ha»in« eUim* deposits have been located and 
•■•tint lh* Eiuta—of th* atena de- 
t*aed *r< hrrrbjr required U> »*nd 
hen to th* underalgnpd Hallcltor lor 
ha Executor*. D*»ld Diliell Carmich¬ 
ael *nd Aletqndir Walker, at Butt* 

102-1, 1004 Oorrrnmeol Hlrect. Vletael* 

1C. on or before th* 23rd day or 
Ko»*mb*r. AD 11*4. att*r whleh d*t* 
th* Earoutori wtl’ dlitrlhut* th* ratal* 
mort! the partlri entitled thereto 
htTtnf retard only to th* claim* oi 
•bleb they have hid sotle*. 

SINCLAIR ELLIOTT. 

Holteitor lor th* EiKutor*. 


the bodies exhumed during the 
past five weeks by South Viet-^ 
namese troops operating out of 
Dancing in the mountainous area 
of the I Corps, which runs from 
the coast to the Laotian border 
in the northern sector of South 
Viet Nam. 

DAYLIGHT FIGHTS 
The discovery of the mass 
graves came after a terie! of 


points. All have been repulsed 
with heavy enemy casualties, 
the sources said. 

During the month of Octoher 
a total of 515 dead Reds were 
counted along with 90 others 
taken prisoner, These official 
figures, however, do not in¬ 
clude the' bodies found in the 
mass graves. 

CLIFF DYNAMITED 
V The I Corps sources said in 
one case the Communists had 
stacked their dead at the base 
of a cliff and dynamited ths 
cliff In a two-fold action to bury 
the dead and give the appear 
ance of a landslide. Friendly 
villagors led Vietnamese sol¬ 
diers to the site. 

Another of the mass graves 
was found by Vietnamese sol 
diers who followed trails of 
hlood through the hilly jungles 
a large mound 


Little 


LAND REGISTRY ITT 
aeellaa 1*1 

In 1h* natter o! FHED LITTLE. 1 ... 

Winifred ivy little, c»ritft**t* nase-io-no«e daylight battles in 
oi Tin* 2 SS 8 S 2-1 *nd tot* i and i By-- the I Corps sector between Viet 

ttoci Ill. Ejqulmalt Dtilrxt, F1*U ' 

io*at namese troops and the Com- 

Proof ba«ltt| been file* In my olfl** mun j.t Viet Cong 
of the Iom ol uld Certiorate I ‘ , , . . . 

hereby *1** node* of my intention Since Aug. 1 there have been and uncovered 

nratTubV^twL “eroSru ftSl flv * gUch ma ” 8ttacks ^ **» °* frrsh ‘ >arth und< ‘ r whlch *F 

to the ibovr-rounea ■ Fro>t*tan*i c*r. | Viet Cong, using one or more | Viet Cong dead had been buried. 

tlftcat* af Tltl* In lieu at *ueh kxt_____ 

Certtfteite 

Any perron fceilni Information «lth 
referenee to *uch loet Certlftrat* U 
requetted lo eommunleat* with th* 
undeiiltntd 

Dated thti 28th day of October 1*44 
•t th* Land Retlitry Oltlc*. Vletorta. 

BC. 

J V OtC*»trt. Re*l«tr*r 
Vtrlmi* Land Re*liteatioR 1 
_Dtitrvt 

the uoaroasrinN nr the 
DISTRH T or SAANKH 

Tender* foe Eqalpowal Heafol. 

BlialM* Bipsty i*4 Uf* eel 

Healed tender*, GrarlT tdentifled *< 

W ■■*l,r will be ree.I.ed be th* 

Municipal Clerk, fliaalch Municipal 
Hall. 4312 Writ Saanich Road. Victoria. 

BC up to 3 03 pen Wedne*d*y, 

December 2 1444 lor lb* followin* 

tender No. 1 42—Supply ot Fettoleum 

Tend*"*;- 1 «— Supply qnd Dellrary 1 * ,a,or *- n, ^ n descr.tTd as the 
of or»*ei lowcst-|Kikl in the Western Al- 

r 'C r pmro. :, ' tt ■ R ” U, Tn,Ck * • Bd Hance. may soon find their pay 
render form* *nd *p«ific*Mon» m*y almost doubled. But they still 

•k rib! i In Ad from th* unrt#r*1f - - . . ..... _ 

Lo*«t or any tender not n ece„«rlly WOUIO have R long Wn.V to gt> 

tcccpted. 


impossible for the Communists 
to suffer such heavy losses as 
those inflicted during October 
without Impairing their effective¬ 
ness In combat. 

“The kill ratio," said the 
colonel, “was one ot the highest 
we’ve ever attained in October. 
More Communists were killed In 
the I Conw area with fewer 
casualties of our own than In any 
previous month.” 

The large-scale fights attempt¬ 
ed during recent weeks hy the 
Communists were considered im¬ 
portant by Coups authorities 

“It indicates one tif two 
things," one spokesman said. 
"Either the Reds are hurting 
and have to undertake desperate 
measures to counteract their 
lowered morale, or they think 
they are strong Enough to move 
into phase three of their planned 
conquest of Viet Nam—daylight 
attacks by battalion strength 
units on our strong points. The 


Opposition Expected 
Against MP’s Pay Bill 


n 

evidence strongly Indicates that 
the attacks were carried out be¬ 
cause of deteriorating morale tn 
an attempt to regain their lost 
initiative." 

The Vietnamese sources said 
the heavy Red casualties in the 
I Corps area were particularly 
significant because they oc¬ 
curred in the area closest to the 
North Viet Nam border where 
the Red aupply lines are the 
shortest, and where they have 
easiest access to their main base 
of operations. 

"I Corps' northern boundary 
is the North Vietnamese bor¬ 
der,” the source said, "and we 
know that tons of material and 
ammunition are being fed into 
the area some by the Ho Chi 
Mihn trail, and some directly 
across the bonier. 

CORT1.Y FAll.l RE 
"This probably explains why 
they have Itecome more and 
more aggressive up here this 
fall. Undoubtedly the northern 
provinces are regarded as the 
most favorable targets by ihe 
Viet Cong because of their priix- 
tmity and strategic location. 

“There is no douht in our 
minds that the inrtvBSincly 
heavy attacks in the past two 
months were designed tn drive 
us out of the area. The discov¬ 
ery of the mass graves indi¬ 
cates how costly their failure 
has been." 


IIV ROD < I KKIE 

LONDON (CP>—Britain’s leg- 


H W I.IFF F f-« 

Municipal Engineer 


GREATER VICTORIA 
WATER DISTRICT 
TENDERS (OR LOG LOADER 


The increase for MPs would 
lie retroactive to the owning of 
thla Parliament last Nov. .7, but 
ministers' Increases would not 
become effective until April 1, 
1965. 

Wilson also a [proved estab- 

. i ,k. r- . Hshment of the first pension 

to rrtiU It the Canadian equiva- , , * 

i etlt pnn for MPs. 

Prime Minister Harold Wilson inc " Me * t wou,d 4 <£*** 

tre.isury an eat mated U.M.,- 


i ooo 


$6,301,0001 annually as wvl! 

($3,000,000) 


announced Monday approval of, 
a committee report to boost the, . »* «« ram 

a.Ibd D iSd.ra’»»M t 52K rra annual salary of a member n< « »hnut £1,000.000 
LoV ^dert Vn. " Je ?eceue3 d "p Ta Parliament lo £3,250 «$9.750l! to ,aunch ,ho I*’ n,lon Bcheme - 
IWiCT^TO^rrSTt. 1 ® f«»n 'be current £1.750 «$5,- BKlriRF. (HRI8TMAN 
ton »tr eontraiied io* ifi*der, to u*c * 250). This increase of almut 87 It seemed likely the covering 
mo.'.mro’o"'cr‘*^ of” V .**1-propelled !«*«• rent would he the first In legislation, to be inttoduced be- 
, ’ , S b,r .. ,lr *‘ l tt n ^err*r(icseven years. A Canadian MP fore Christmas, will pass with- 
■re available *t ihe nffirfo of the Re's $18,000. out difficulty. Sir Alec, *[>eak- 

I be (Nimmiitetk on salaries, ing nfler Wilson, sard current 

cotiif- of thfm muit b« u»#d far 1 _ . . 

rstiililisliod und^av former Con- pay rates presented “very real 
ee*pt T *d* ,T ' d,T W,U not 1 s<, rvative prime minisler Sir protilems" to some memliers. 

rcc- 


A senior British minister, wtin 
now gets £5.000 ($15,000), will 
receive an increase of £3,500 
($10,500) — naif the recom¬ 
mended £7,000. 

In the House of Lords-where 
full membership Is more than 
900 but average attendance is 
140 — members get three gui¬ 
neas ($9.45) a day attendance 
money. This would be increaard 
to 4 1 * guineas ($14.17). 


eoiierln* 

Th* l*»*d 
oe«e*«*rllT b* 

Oreater Vlqtat(* Water DUtrtet. 
*'* 1* *n«l Highway, 

Virtnri*. Br 


Alec Douglas-llome, ulso re«- In view of Britain's financial 
ommended a sharp Imost in the difficulties, it did not "seem the 
salaries of the cabinet and right lime" to introduce such 
notice to f reditorn I'rimc minister, Imt Lalmr chief increases, he said. "hut. then. 

jiVhn’Ym'iV, i' , ** k fi a'i s!s* VieJel*” " , ' son WiHild ‘accept only one- it never seems lo lie ihe right 
■•ir *i *n Maaierey Avan**, vi<-- half the [trojaisril lni n .ise for time and prolxtbly it never will 


tarU, It I 

NOTICE. IS HEREBY GIVFN that 
cri iCors aiul other* having Gatin!' 
acaln-.t the E-tate of the *bove-ii*med 
'rxfjssed hereby* reqnrmi to *-r.d 

them to (he National Trout Comyanr. 
Limited. 721 Fort Street Victoria. SC 
before the Kth d*y ol.December AD 
t»*4. afier which dale the F.ifCitor 
a'11 dlvtrtbute ihe *ald e«tate amnn* 
the , part tea entitled thereto havln* 
regard only to the etalmi of which It 
thrn ha* notice 

NATIONAL TRUST COMANY 
I.IMITI.I), Executor 

Hy JEa Snllcl'or* 

Me *r> Feariman A Ltndholm. 
Barri»'.-r* *nrf H"Ilcitor«. 

I20A Rroad Street 

Victor q BC 


his govcmtiHml 


NOTII E lO (RIDITOKS 
IN Till WAITER OI THL (STATE 
OF 

knn 


se^m to l»c the right time.” 

The increases wiki id put .the 
[iay of British MPs more in line 
I.LNK ERH HARD elkrmhl wi,h nM **t Kun>[iean legislators 
a a* Mate ha.aa Erlrbn4 and tnit Still U'llVC them Mill Itohind 

(mu!i M< '«>‘*M. t ‘tMuru > U si < iiMS those in North America. French 
< eforakia. deputies get the equivalent o(, 

NOTICE IS hereby oiveh th.t! £^.000 t $9,000) a >car while Ital- 

rrednor* aod otDer* . li t t l n i damn . * 

RiRintt the eiuit of ih« ibfuf-nimcd iana X3.500 <J10 ,j 001. 
dn-fiird mr# h«r*b? reqinrMl to tend f „ tll 
iricm to th* und*rM«n*d IXFcutnir. f a ' HM«llr.ST 
Suit* N4* Bentpll Building. 137* Doug- i n Canada, MPs get $18,000— 

a "sessional nlbAvancc" of $12.- 


Street, Victoria. BC. Uetora Ihe 
17th dev of December. 1B«4. after which 


NOTICE TO i RI'DITOIt* 

AND OTIIFR* 

411W (IKK 1.01. ike knewn ai 
•HIM Ml ON 1114 k formerl. nf 
«W Iligard Street. 1 icforl*. It I . 

Ill 4 IASI D bv her Soliulnr- 

NOTICE IK IIFREBY GIVEN th.t MANZ5.H WOOTTON PATTERSON 
’ Cccrll'nt* and other- n:>'■ * c 1 ai-". a M.AUIX3NAl D 
again-! the Titaie n! the above •»."» But.11 Hull,ling 
li- a -cri ate I-.-ebr roqulri iq «rnd •®’ ,n Dotwls* Street 
, the- to the nf flee of llar.'td E Aider 'VICTORIA It C 

I T;'%,e™'‘ nr She^rald I '" T " ' To . H. DITOas 

'(■»»»* betnre the tMi. il*v of Dec*". IN EDI (sTAll 4I» 

b'-r. AD IW14. I"n aht.h .'e RflHE MT R ANkIN. DM (A«lll 

E- on lli ->-irlb>i* the .aid; NOTICE IS HFHFHY nTVrN 
F - t*te imong (he forroei entitled rre.ltton and othcc« haring i 
I t herein h*'.:ng if.-) otic In the KeUfr ol Robert Rankin 

I tUtm.i of wl. , h 0 • then hate notice idereasert., laic of Victoria Brlti.l 
4 'IAHIIE HAM. OUAN. G.,:umb,*l ara hereby requited to .end 
VFNRY JOF 'b'-m to *tli 


date the Executrix will rtlriribut* the OflO and t.ax-frcP cX|Wn*CS Of 

ia)d e-iate among the partial entitled M ... 

thereto, having regard to th* clanoa ot So.tall) While i filled Stales OrW- 

.t*" igressmon ti>[> the list nt $5().(KH) 

DATED Nnvcmber 3th. 1M4 . ,, 

ANNA FRANCFS WOOTT0N i,n,i U P “» S,,10fl0 ann » n,l >' *' ‘ 


r.e< 'tlrlx 


sAANim. nrw pro"; rty 

A'. - ■ ’ 'ft;*.-—* b'-Vk. 1 r-e-1 . m* 

r.-.. T*cijr>iv LatHt.fo fairer- R, 
roui!; p -i--d *• *; 4* her ar e. 

J F K,st-carat 4f(hll re*. 
JAMl’l #r ... 

r> rt iti-i-dw a Tons ltd 

•nvo lots s«r"xl5v — FAni iv 
G -rd *i Head Ml D-ugfa* area, on 
And' Ave F\c-!lent level hu"ding 
lrt« Very rt-eio *"» quirk **le. ter¬ 
rific buv ron eerii ir*«hL If. f 
Smi'h Weltern Hume* Ltd. 3H2 2I3T 
anytime. 

APPR'IK. Ni'vlirr LOT ON CF.W'FR 
aifo'fntl! tree-, et.uie tn ■kr.’i .rod. 
Velvet*!!' Ful' r-tem »: S«1 C«i| 
Mr l.»«v»i. RV5S771 ariNlim- 

n-wn Hr— Apriylo* I.fd., 113 
lt)»n v -ard St t 

mni.niNr, lot for rale lot 
S, Section 111. Faqulma'.l laalrirt. 
Write C K'.’lmti**. *«1 ST Street. 
Rdmunton. Alherla 

two l.OTR-r.AVGiHM.inf driveT 
I ■ 2T S2in. D* 21 S2 S<*l 
rv S-fkr after t h m _ 

RHEI.Hm'RNVf _ AREA * FVITY 
arovtced loi« from n Tin rv : ijsl 
. Re* FV 4 7S*t 


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on 2 nofNilcs just knit, purl ! 
Practical, cosy, thrifty gifts. 

Christmas (junkies! Cuff 
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girls. Knit a pair in a night. 
Pattern 796 > hildim s 1 tu 
10 year sizes included. 

Thirtv-fivc cents in c..ns 
(no stamps, [ilc.i.iel fur this 
jifiilcin lo 1..-Iura WltiNtln. 
care fit The Daily (’.il. nist, 
Needlecnift lN-[,t.. lit Front 
Sirwt West, Toronto, OnL 
Print plainly pattern num¬ 
ber, your name and address. 

New for 1965! 200 designs 
—m4»re fashions to knit. t in. 
chet than e\er! Plus 3 free 
p.Ttterns, embroidery, dolls’ 
clothes, fiend l'5c for new 
Needlecraft Catalogue. 

Value! 16 complete quilt 
imttems in de luxe Colonial 
Quilt Bonk. For iieginnoiK, 
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Nf»ll MAN I f 'NO 

FT'.TTf'Ra 

W V • --.M ‘ Alder. 

I 1 

N«UI4( TO CRI TUTOR* 
la the Mailer »f the I.t4>le al VAIL. 
IIAAI GMirr.l III RIII BT C AM. I.te 
•4 •*** I rohni- Hav Read. Ill* B*J. 

Al n»4 I \s» II 

| NOTICE IB'HinFHY C.IVEJ4 that 
|rr*-f!U-r* and i'h--inf claim- 

i. ivind the - m tlte jberr r.jrosi 

j. v.'.ve-rt are hero!,, requ..-d to 'me! 
Iihrtn thr under--..-- rd Execute: at 
IP<> Bex 1332 Vtnnrla B C b.fo!, 

I !hr 23nd day ol De.-'tiibrc. IM4 *ft ' 

which iiAte the r»*cufo wl'l dl-trlbiite 
| the »*ld . ' jtc aniweal tT> per>-. - 
|ir.ii-;„i there! ii h», -i. f .’"I «r!e 
« 'he of m.h h d- .I.--I1 hate 

wwnvprl * e 

Canada pfrm.antnt trust 
UO'fPANY 

I : ( • . . A O.'.'Pam 

il* evlkiut# 

NOTH T TO 4 KTItlTOR* 

ANGUS I AMl'BILI. otherwise fosan 
a- AN4.I* K I ISPhlU (atinert' 
nt vsifo Ardmore tlrllf R R \o. '! 
Sidney. B « . In t I A*l l> 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lh*1 
rraR'inev aa.- rah# I • having llaiM 

j.-iln-l the Of 11 .f xbove ge- 

-»*i*U are h< ny requued to vend 
I'hr-iis to the Cei aria Pi a-,enl Trvef 
Company ai 445 nr»nv: : atrert Vai - 
rouvrr 2. BC before tr.r 21al d»y ol 

lie-. :■ro.tct, '(*4 .I!,. Wh.Ch -3*!- thd 

, •(•culor- adl f irihute tna-*:t) e«t*fo 

| iniou-, *1... ei>!irjc. : thefoic 

|h%vmg regarc only tu th# claim* of 
Which the: then have r.oucc. 

* "FDVTHE MARY CAMPBELL, 

Ot TN STUART CAMPBEU. 
JOHN FRANKLIN BOYCT *rd 
CANADA PERMANENT TRUST 
COMPANY Fiery tor*. 

I By DOCUI A“. SYMFS U BRIS8FNDEN, 
I rhfli Biilicilor*. 


h'-m If. Nile under-igned EieruUirv at 
1057 Fort film ’. V;. toil*. B f before 

I'e nth day of Deomher AD ]**t. 
»' ■ which date the Executor* w:ll 

.Lute the ..id (Mate among ):,e 
pall., - entitled therein, having regard 
-nly to the clalma of which they than 
.e notice 

DATED lh# (lh day W November 
a. n 10*4 

HFI.E.N FTEVE3NSON RANKIN and 
MONTREAL TRUST COMPANY 

Executora 

HARMAN h COMPANY 
.40 Yarrow Building. 

Vi.-i-'i* BC, 
s.ilimora 


[»ay for st'iff and other p.n- 
[wnst's 

Wilson agriN'd Avilh lh<* com- 
mitii-ps finduv.fs that many 
MPs “are Miffi iing li.iiTl-lupk' - 
Ihnuusu »»f low pay. (nit said 
that in "(lie* I'tvsi id economic 
rireunistaiM-us" il aaihiIiI not In' 
ri , iTg ,N cfofo*a 1 "hl'Ditiriatt* for minislrrs' sala¬ 
ries to lx* IniTvasril by thr 
atmstnt rfi-oniiiu-iid'il 
IV KKAN( 4 • I 
In re.H'uttni ttw lull imivas 
for ministri'., Wilson, wlto now 
gets £?(t.dixi i$:n.iKNit a yrar. 
cut hi* rcN'itmiiir-nrlcd in< D\isc 
to $£ 1,000 iSr.MKMt instead of 
£8. DUO, Tin* C*.inatlian primr 
mini«lrr now gels 145.0011, up 
eluding his sessional allow an> e 
us an MP, a salary of S25.0U0 
and a ear allowiinee of $J,000. 



>lr. W. ( . 4 Bill) Armour 

Olson Ford .<aies and Sen - 
Ire. Victoria's Ford ivntrp 
announce Ihe appointment 
of Mr. \V 1'. 'Bill) Armour 
to their .sales sinlf. 11(11 wel 
(Times his many friends nnd 
ptevloiis customers to his 
new place of. business and 
offers In- many years of e\ 
peia-iice in tin* auionioliM 
irn«le to nil those Interested 
in Ihe pureh.iM' of eilher 
new or lists! ear. For a 
|wi foimamv" hold 
for •*.'» or n wl* t ustvl cu 
call “BiM" Armour. Olson 
Fol d Sales and Sers ire. WHO 
Yates Street, KV 11111 

OLSON FORD 

S\l KS and SKK\ l( K 


LUNDS 

ESTATE 

AUCTION 

TONIGHT af 7:30 

On View Until SaW*tln*e 

Instructed hv the CANADA 
PKKMANKNT TORONTO 
GFNKKAI. TRUST, executor* 
of the estate of the late 
MM. GKO. I1KKBKKT CAM 
mid PrlARte Owners 
MODKRN 

FURNISHINGS 

riano. French l*r»vtiM’fal and 
< oloitial t hestrrfleld Suites, 
"Flifliuinii" Stereo Ifaiiin 
t oinhinRtion. 

“Sony" Transistor TV Set, 

4•ramifather's ( lock. 
Secretaire, ttiik Sectional and 
Other Bookrases, Occnslonal 
tables, lannps. DMA' 
Avminster sml Other 4 ar|H-ts. 
Dinette Suites and Furnish¬ 
ings, 4 litna, 4.lass. 

“yir. and Mrs." Bedroom Ste., 
( hlffonlers, 4 bests, ( ribs, etc., 
luite MiHlel 4'onihliiiillon 
Fridge Fremter, . 
Seven ilefrigerafiirs, 
lie I.live 30" Kange. 
Stamp ( idle* lions 
“Kelvinator” Antn. Masher, 
Rot's Heqteed Bicycle, 
I'lioto K(|Ulpttient, 


MIN'S 

NEW CLOTHING 

From ail Old Kstalillshed 
Firm va hirli lias Mm ed to 
\e\A Premises. 

»!» SI ITS 

SI..A4 Ks, SHIRTS. TIF.S, 
II \TS. BKI.TS. FTC. 
ROI I TOP DF.SK, 

4 (It NTFKS. RAC K 



Hsu 
IV 1-3301 


!»•»« FORT STRF.KT 


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Now! False Teeth 
Fit Beautifully! 



Amtimf 4aatal disemnry. Cushioa Grip' *' - aais tart spats — 
refits lease dentures to hold seat 11 * dentist's meld I Tasteless I 
Moth ie§ to mixI One egg lice tioe lasts meethsl 


Ah*f ytlriat mtarch. modern jcunci h*j 
tivilapcd s' nmsrtshl* naw wty to maka 
lain t**# Id beiuiitultr Hop iMiinm. 
•Iippmj. click>nj, f*u*v« tot* xpotx-HfM 
$ul mtivy. old tachurntd pssMl. powtWrl 
and pidc 1 II I CUSHION GRIP-imajfmg 
new sort, pl'ibi* piastre that hnldi tils* 
iialb tnugai« dp Mists mold, ihrengh 
loathing niction-mskn Ipoii dtntum tit 
proDRrhf sg*m Result is. you cm ink. 
laugh, sal myihing without dttccmton w 
smSjnsism*«l. 

CUSHION GRIP is *«xy la sst - noltun| Is 
•tu « missu4S> Simply squH2»«ft snubs 


■nta drntartt. rtten mssrt labs Ntfh mis 
motrth and bis down Inilantty. CUSHION 
GRIP mold! Is conioun ol mouth andgumi 
-pravidas ksiutduHit- hold! dintufsi 
fHrimlv in pises wiih wrhen loeifMU. 
slipping, clicking duappasi Sor* soon SO 
quickly tslisvsd One aBpiicabsn ls*ts fo> 
Bflnlhs. datpils mjhtly chining, ytl 
CUSHION GRIP a s»Ji)y 'smovdd »4isn 
dasusd What's men. CUSHION GRIP 
•rtuslky ofitx (shnsi worn danttssi Saw 
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your naats and addon t* PHARMACQ 
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Garden Notes 


I PONT SEE WCW A WAV CAN I 

-- -rrT BE CCNSiDEREP A 

r-4AH. GREAT LEAPEff AND 
x r A NATIONAL NERO 
A** $ V. Cm DAY AND BK 
vV*aOL kicks? out in 
VWVA ■ V DISGRACE TWE 
. j-v' 4 \ * r-1 NEXT/ 


r YEAU . r 

7V;NX TmB»' WERE 
PRETTY LOUSY 
v TO YOGI 


How to Make Compost 


start another with any further ma¬ 
terial, that comes to hand. Then the 
first heap will rot down evenly and 
all of it will be ready for use at the 
same time. 

One worthwhile refinement is the 
use of an accelerator in the heap to 
sjieed up the fermentation of the 
waste materials; thLs is something 
like adding yeast to fruit juice and 
sugar in the making of wine. There 
are several of these compost accel¬ 
erators available in the garden shops 
and from catalogue seedsmen. One 
English preparation Is called Ferto- 
san—I understand it is an inoeulant 
for introducing the right kind of bar 
teiia into the heap. Another prepara 
tion, originally English hut now being 
manufactured on Vancouver Island, U 
Alginure Compost Activator, made 
from seaweed, and it Is claimed that 
a two-lb. tin. posting 89 cents, is 
enough to make one ton of ripe com 


and Alginure gave better results than 
either one used separately. Appar¬ 
ently the hormones and auxins and 
trace minerals in the seaweed product 
complemented and reinforced tha 
work of the bacteria in the Fertoaan. 


Rl M. V. I HESS IT, FKH.S 

In a recent column we discussed 
the making of compost a kind of 
homemade manure or soil conditioner 
from a pile of autumn leaves raked 
up off the lawn. 1 outlined a simple 
basic method for rotting down the 
leaves; today J would like to elab¬ 
orate a bit. 

Firsl, it is a mistake to think that 
only leaves can be used in a compost 
heap. Any organic matter can go 
into the heap, and as a mader of fact, 
the greater variety of materials used, 
the better will be the resulting com 
post. You can add lawn mowings, 
pea and bean vines, carrot tops and 
potato peelings from the kitchen, 

J ieat scraps, egg shells, and even the 
ust and fluff from the vacuum 
cleaner. 


I: I was ’atnmantiM’ti 

l> TOLD ID [ TOUTi NAVE TO CM* RACK 

K*T**vcr]—- 


HO*' VDU ACRE SAW**- 
THAT MV SnjftO .UH VC- 
I Ails certain (utoma 


Another useful trick la to cover 
the heap, once it is fully made, with 
a big sheet of black plastic. Just as 
with a manure pile in the open, much 
of the goodness in a compost heap 
can be leached away by wlntei rains; 
the plastic covering maintains the 
heap in an evenly moist condition 
without the materials ever becoming 
sodden. Clear plastic is bettor than 
nothing, but black plastic traps and 
coaservea heat in the heap and tend* 
to keep it working even through 
frosty weather 

Manure can be a very valuable 
addition to any compost heap, and 
unlike manure for the garden, it 
needn't be well rotted. In fact, the 
freoher It W. the moie heat it will 
contribute to the heap, along with 
nutrients, hormones, enzymes and 
animal glandular products most valu¬ 
able for healthy plant growth. Any 
kind of manure can be added— horse, 
cow. sheep, pig or fowl. 


One common mistake, though, is 
to keep on adding fresh material to 
the same heap Indefinitely, putting 
more on as the heap shrinks. In this 
way. when the time comes to use the 
compost, some of It will be too fresh 
and some too well rotted. I* is better 
to make a clean cutoff when the 
heap leaches a reasonable size, and 


I heard a most interesting report 
recently from an experimental opera¬ 
tion in B.C. comparing these and 
other compost accelerators. It was 
found that the use of BOTH Fertoaan 


ART BVCHWALD Listens In to the Hot Line 


AS PM Asm 

CONCIKNKL. 

A DAUNTS A A 

PftUNKfVMS' 

ITJOOCWMO 

AKEDTOJTO 

WLA TOME? / 


THBBADOWW-DOG ’ 
. WQMADOC/ME ...m J 
CONCERNED ABOUT ONCf 
ONE PERSON. ..IRI/ 


WASHINGTON- With all their 
efficiency the one thing the 
Soviets forgot to do was take 
out Khrushchev's hot line to the 
White House. It will probably he , 
denied l*it the other night the 
hot line rang and Khrushchev 
was on it 

•'Hello. Tovarich, H's Nik.’’ « 
voire whi*[>errd when President 
Johnson answered the phone 
"Howdy. M r Khrushchev' 
How's everything - *” 

"Sh. sh, sh, not so fc>ud They 
may he listening outside the 
door Congratulations on your 
election.” 

"Well, thanks very much." 


Khivtshchev, but we've gui too 
many Russian o*i>ertA as It is. 
and I've got an economy drive 
on. 1 don't know how I could 
justify it." 


“Gosh. Mr. Khrushchev, thal s> 
nice of you to offer, but I don't 
think 1 could get you a security 
clearance. Don't forget you once 
said you'd bury us. and it's pro- 
liaWy in your FBI file." 

''I was misquoted, by state 
controlled Communist press.” 
Mr K. whispered. "1 could 
make u good Russian exfiert. I 
know everything I did wrong in 
the last 12 years." 


replied “Even if there was an 
opening I’m afraid if you ran 
they would bring up the earjiet- 
bagger issue again.” 


AS ADC MORGAN 

TALKS WITH 
RM3ANTBJ.WQUT 
MIS BROTHER, 

IT BECOMES 
(NOfASNOO 
CLEAR THAT 
PON MAS NO 
INTEREST IN 

helping rick/ 


"There must he something for 
me to do. Perhaps advertising 
testimonials. I eould be the one 
who uses greasy kid stuff on 
his hair." 

“I couldn't help you there.” 

"Mayhe baseball czar’” Nikita 
said. 

“Baseball is America's nation¬ 
al pastime. I'm not sure they'd 
want a Russian to head it up.” 

“There must he something, 
Mr President After all I did 
for America ihese past lew 
years." 

"Well. I did hear they were 
looking for someone to take over 
the Republican National Cum- 
mitteo." 

' Wonderful But wouldn't tin y 
object herause of my hark- 
I ground"” 

*'!t wouldn't liother me ” 


"What ahout the Department 
of Agriculture’ I'm tup* in 
farming I could lie in charge of 
collective farms.” 

"We don't have any collective 
farms. Mr Khrushchev." 

"I could start some for you." 
he flogged. 

"I don't ihink that would 
work." 

"Is there anything o|ien at 
Disneyland’” 

“1 could check for you. lad 

you know that's not a govern¬ 
ment-owned project? Mr Disney 
hires his own people." 

"Tovarich. 1 don't like to heg 
I *c»t I need a jnh hadty. Gould 
I he a senator from New York 
State’" 

"We already have one trom 
Massachusetts," the president 


"It isn't just the Imry us line I 
that would cause trouble. But 
remember when you took your 
shoe off at the United Nations’ 
Well, the Security people would 
prntiably think you were un¬ 
stable They take thtd kind of 
thine into consideration " 
"Tovjtrich. 1 swear on Dus 
kupital the only reason 1 took 
my shoe off was Wcause it was 
too light. I can say this now 
Russian shoes arc not very 


MAN* ON 1*4 
IMAV WtAMOU 
M 


"I imagine you have a lot of 
jobs open. Tovarich’ - 

"Well. yes. There are a few 
appointments I have to make ' 
"You couldn't use a good Rus¬ 
sian cx|*rl, could you*" 

"I hadn't thought about it Did 
you have nnytmdy in m.nd " 


The Little World of S11E1LAH GRAHAM 


NEW YORK t.NANAi la-lie 4 uroit'* tM tanged hus¬ 
band. British stage director Peter Hall, has withdrawn his 
divorce suit in the London courts. It sounds like trouble 
on the horizon, what with l-eslie still being to much 
enamoured of Warren Beatty who was named as eo 
respondent in Hall's original suit All this adds up to why 
Leslie is now in London, still hoping she can get her 
divorce without too much fuss ot publicity 


"Because now 1 can correct the mistakes I made in the 
first with Norma s bearer, Leslie Howard and John 
Barrymore circa 19.%. Audrey Hepburn is the Juliet this 
time around. George wants Tree nee Mfanip for Romeo. 
Terence is thinking it over, while rehearsing In New 
York for his Cockney comedy, Alfie If he is welt received, 
Teienee w ill also star in the movie i 


Jill hi. John was dining with fur man Mike Forrest 
when the new* reached her of first husband Ijmir 
Hrventlow's marriage to mouseketeer Cheryl HoMrige. 

What do you say on such an occasion” Why. you wish 
them the hest of luck, no matter what goes on inside votir 
mind. Talking of previous husbands Ginger Huger* might 
Ilk** to know that one of her early ones, ex marine Jack 
Nrlgg*. handsome as ever, is now running a gift shop on 
Park Avenue Just about the prettiest girl in New 
York, is 4 allirrlne MHIliialre, the 20 year-old daughter of 
the Duiiinu of Bedford. So where is her most ardent 
ailmirer. 4ieorge Hamilton? 


Hawaii will be made In Norway. The fust part of it. 
that is. And 1 wonder who thought up that stretch of 
geography? The rest of the Janie* Mlchenrr story will be 
tilmed in 1 Hawaii Well, that's a relief 


CAN I MgLl* it 
i* I WHITE iuCM 
INTERESTING 
V NOTES" 


M WHITING A NOTE 


I lot vou *c ) 
ON THE v 

TH RO o*GE I 


to MVfaEl* TO 
HEMWO Ml To 
e<-- IJR TW| L.AUNOT/ 
IN TH* MORN I NO 


WHAT ON 
EARTH ARE 

•AJJ OO'No 
in THSRC"* 


Producer Hal Wallis is sure that the recently ailing 
John Wayne will hi- fine and dandy and in good shape to 
report for his Sons of Katie Klder film with Dean Martin 
in January. Hal ha* wanted to make this atory for a long 
time. But waited until he had the two stars who ate 
exactly rlghf. 


Kliziibetli Ashley's salary for <« starring with lieorce 
I'cppard in The Third Day is well in the six figures. It 
pay* handily for the S-TYOOO she bummed to get out of 
her Barefoot In the Park Broadway hit. to join George In 
lamdnn where he ha* just ahout finished his Operation 
Gross-how with Sophia Isiren. F.lizabeth makes no secret 
about her Jceling.for fJeorgr. But she is Just •» candid 
about why she will not marry him until she is absolutely 
sure it will work. Actually, the only way to find out if 
a marriage will work, ia to get married. 


Us gave a bit And Kir hard gave a bn and now it 
seems certain that the Burton* will co atar In the movie 
version of Who* Afraid of Virginia Woolf, in Dublin. 
Richard's Spy Who Game In From The Gold, will go 
first 1 believe After the Christmas vacation in Sw it Zet¬ 
land. 


EITHER TOtl TELL IAE OR I « V LEAVE 
40NO HD 96E JUPSE HAKsEf WE ALONE 

AND LIT HIM KNOW *MA’ «U t- -- 

WERE OUT SEVERAL NIGHT* ... / 

AND WE PONT KNOW ' / 


r ah. g*ft ou 
\ ashing me': i 
' JUST WENT OUT 
- WtlH A couas 
r*! o* bow.' a 


wwo WERE ^ I PONT KE- 
THi B0« r , JMEMMR. VK 
WHAT WERE 1 .AWING ME 
THEiR A AMES ? ' OUSGTION5 


’Eff THA’ NIoh’ OU 
SNEAUED OUT AMEN WE 
THOUC'hT vou WERE in ■ 


When t.eorge 4 ukor was asked. W hy 
mug another version of Romeo and Juliet 


IA0TH6R 
VISITS HIM 
At THE HOSPITAL, 
’Eff COLL'NS 
b sUPTENUf 
STAgTrFP 
lV ONfc 
O HER 
OufcSTiovs 


'Gome tmek in." said die 
lm«i capliun pu'ling nft hi* f.u «• 
mask Tliesc sharks w.at t tide 
vou. Ttw-y re just cunoti* 
"Maytie tltey're iuihsis io 
know h<Av I taste." I >anl. 

The spcedliont naked gently 
•>n Hw* blue crystal water in tlu? 
British Virgin Islands It had 
nice high sides and l intended 
to stay rigid in it 
The bow of the wrecked pa— 
senger ship Rocos rose from 
the surface A lew sleepy peli¬ 
cans perched on thi 1 rusting 
Tliere vv er* * «i in c 


STAN DKLAPLANKH Postcard 
From Brilish Virgin Island* 


The Riho* wuh her Ixav «aii of 
water struck in 1929. 

Yiki ought to leok tlii- '* 
said West "You can sit il.e 
ngine roomv iuet like in * 

!movie of undcrw .ter wrs-cl- 
There > * lot nl bones on the 
bottom here, too 

Right now." I said. "I would 
not get into a bathtub " 


hark thinks y«aj aie going.to 
tiite him. So tie swim* away 


ago lie n.akex his hung on 
Anegada Itei'i. Tie shssils fish 
with a spear gun and sells them 
to the tuuiisi holds >.n i hr 
American Virgin Island* 
lie hadn't liocn in the water 
live minute* before four shark* 
tame right up to see what ni> 
tor dinner 


James Bond 

IT IU (HIM 

IliiMC IT JD1 RcLBHj 


Ue*t said he also yells *! 
them Urderwidei ft iriitatr* 
them." he -aid 


We>t said it w»« the-cleared 
-kin diving water in the wi-vkl. 
True You can look down '0 
leet, the tight filtering greenh 
to the white *an«l and coial 
In s'Kne *ix hours, we I; <; 
slid over two .-ntique wree'.;* 
Gannon- were spilled on hem* 
of cannon ball* Rm*« Ivay * 
that hound great nut*)* lay on 
pile* of stone brlln-t 
A great anchor 


'With • shark *<• id Paul 
West ‘you want lo swim right 
at him fn the mean anything 
that swim- at vim is going 
i.ik** T bite out nt ViHl The 


winches 
vvhip|K-d 
huri /on 
wit' dl 


Uftf Wf At 
TWIN ' AMP 
IS MAT. . 
»U(\L lOQi 
AfTl* VOl 
V NOW 


ANK TOU TRAVELING 
ICS MAKE ONE A 


ununous wrn Off* »■ 
f MATT V meUOUflMH 


LITTLE GPU AST 


We lid • nit ot l.utle lH\ I- 
e'arly in il»e mutning tor Ane 
g.ula Reef. This 10 -mile scythe 
of underwater coral mt tite !*.(• 
tom* out of 100 ship* 

It lay a ros.s the path of ffte 


afujul eiglrt 
leet iong, lay tdtevl against a 

coral head 

From the marking* on one 
cannon, we figured it wa* * 
British naval gun. Made some¬ 
time in the lfiOO* The anchor 
on the other wreck looks like 
the hand-forged anchors used or 
Spanish ship* of the 17th century 


M 3 TElLINg, >DU8 ' 
jAiHtN>a wry thoUhi3» 

SAY a ME WAS GOING UP 
IN THE WOODS TO GET 

AWAY FHOM EVERYTHING* 


MUON JUGMiAD' 

WHAT'S OMX7Y ft NO RUNG 
TEllING HIM’ K 


^Ssy IT'S A L 
WHAT EVER \ GOOD HUNG 
MAW JUG** AD ) WE PK«U 
MMN1 TO -A HIM LA* 
run AWAY? r VAJXH rs 
( TALKING TO 
ZTriirT i HU* NOW.* 


•ros, 

Sp.nn-lmund treason' galleon* 

I imagine tiioy sailed aliout 
noun. Gun* firing s.,lutes frotn 
the hirin'*.' id S->n Jt‘r>n Iails 
ringing tn old San June church 
ft' imdnight tliey would h;i\c 
i feared toe isl irvfVjcJ T>>ri«»bi 
and Virgin ■ Jorr'a (dark against 
the stars, \nd ahead of them 
Ihv the nod 

Paul \Ve*t was ,* submariner 
[He tame down here six year* 


In 173*. the Spanish warship 
La Victtnia came sailing this 
way. her hold* stuffed with 
nearly S2.flQU.00fl in gold and her 
crew chanting hymns. 

She struck the reef—it is hard¬ 
ly deeper than ih* deep end of 




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34 


17. 1M4 


Interest Payments Delayed 


City Mortgage Company 
In Financial Difficulty 


Smith 


b> hob donahi e 

A city mortgage company, 
headed by Victoria MLA J. Don¬ 
ald Smith, in in financial trouble, 
it wa» learned Monday. 

A meeting ot shareholders in 
Commonwealth Mortgage Cor- 
lioration Ltd. was adjourned (or 
two week* Monday to the exact 


w 

Victoria Man 


I amount of money in jeopardy 
'could be determined. 

The money involved i* said to 
(>e lntriv«t payments to deben¬ 
ture bolder* which have lieen de¬ 
layed for 60 days. 

porpvcotK 

Mr. Smith denied ihe reason 
for the delay was because money 
from Commonwealth had tieen 
Invested in other companies he 
controls. ’'It's poppycock. It's 
not tn»e.” he said. 


company is at the present time. 
"I don’t know whether the 
shareholders want to publicize 
this now, but I'm not prepared 
to say who the major share- 
lioldcr is." Mr. Smith said. 

“The company has been hav¬ 
ing a problem the past few! 
months. We don't know how- 
much money is involved until 
we can analyze the amount of 
monies in jeopardy. We are go¬ 
ing to wait two weeks to see if 


At the meeting Monday in the. olher problems turn up 


Inquest Today 
For Hunter 


Royal Trust Building, some con¬ 
cern was expressed over high- 
rise apartments and other build¬ 
ing developments in Prince 
George. 

Mr Smith, although not a ma- 


SFYERAL OFFERS 

"It is my impression nobody 
will lose money—at least I hope 
so," said Mr. Smith. 

"We have several offers to 
make to the shareh dder* at the 


SHAWNIGAN LAKE — An in -1 contractor Donald Mann ol 
quest opens here tonight into the i Cedar Hill Cross Road, 
death ot a 2*-\ ear-old Victoria j Coroner D. K. Me Adam will 
man who was shot sooth of here< open the inquest for viewing of 
Sunday afternoon. I the body, then adjourn proceed- 

Jean James Peakman. 1170 ings to a later date 
Palmer, was pronounced dead 
on arrival at King s Daughters' 

Hospital in Duncan two hours 
alter the Incident. 

Police said Mr. Peakman and 
companion. Gerrit Mol. 12. ot 
5307 Fairhoime, In West Saan 
kh. were hunting in the Martin's! 

Gulch area. 

TARGET SHOOTING 
When they did not spot any 
deer, the two men decided to; 
practice target shooting. After 
one shot each at a tin can 


jor shareholder in the company. ] next mc( tlng. 

has been retained as president _ . _ _ __. . 

Other large companies have 

MONEY INVESTED deferred interest payments to 

He said: "I don't think I owni debenture holders. Some have 
one share in that company, but offered stock in the company in 
1 do have a lot of money invested lieu of the Interest payment." 
in it. in loans to the comjiany detractors 
and otherwise. A lot of money of 
mine Is in jeojwrdy. too. 

Mr. Smith declined to say who 
the major shareholder of the 


Robbery Preceded 
By Vicious Beating 


A vicious beating by two men beat him. and ransacked his 
of a Victoria businessman late bedroom. 

neither could decide who had ' Saturday night was (Allowed by The theft at the trading centre 
put the one hole in the can and I * break-in at the victim s bust- was discovered about non Sun- 
decided to try again. n *** premises. day by owner Bill Scott w ho told 

The accident occurred while, A fractured skull and a series 1 |x>lice a number of rings ami 
they were walking back to the, of gashes requiring 56 stitches watches were missing 

were suffered by Abe Wise. 2915 Mr. Scott said that > check 
Quadra, manager of Broad- at the arwrtment of Mr. Wise 
Johnson Trading Centre. 617- showed that keys to the store's 
Johnson. I burglar alarm system and front 


firing line. Mr. Peakman was 
walking in front of Mr. Mol 
when the latter's rifle accident¬ 
ally discharged. The bullet hit 


Mr. Smith said during the 
past lew months someone has 
lieen telephoning his associates 
and detracting from their as¬ 
sociation with him. 

"It's a lot of political work by 
ambitious 1 people," he said. 

Under a recent merger. Mr 
Smith was named head of Rye 
local companies. 

Mrs. A. P. Bent 

City Native 
Buried 
In Seattle 


Mr. Peakman in the right side ring*. WATCHES 


above the waist 
COULDN'T HELP 

Mr. Mol saw he could do noth¬ 
ing to assist his companion and 
ran to the car. but there was no 
key in the ignition. He then 
ran down the road where he met 
prospector Robert Copeman. 566 
Ker. 

The two men reiurned to the 
Injured hunter and took him to 
the hospital. 

Mr. Peakman, who was mar¬ 
ried and had two children, 
worked as a digger operator for 

Esquitnult 
Hiring 
Six Men 

Six more men will be hired for 
Esquimau's 16-member com¬ 
bined police-fiie department 
council decided last night. 

Expansion of the municipali¬ 
ty's emergency forces will cost 
the taxpayers about 132.000 more 
a year, council was advised. 

The request for extra men was 
contained in a report prepared 
by Police Chief James Smart. 
The men are needed to ensure 
belter fire protection and relieve 
pressure on th- 1 busy police 
force, the report stated. 

f our Young Fugitives 


Mr. Wise was attacked by the 
men as he opened the door to his 
suite. They thrust him aside. 


door were missing. 

REW ARD OFFERED 

A reward of 1100 is offered by 
Mr. Scott to an>one who can 
supply information leading to 
the arrest of the robbers and 
the recovery of the rings and 
watches. 


Sjteaker 

President of the Chemical 
Institute of Canada. Dr. 
George F. Wright will ad 
dress the Vancouver Island 
section of the institute in 
Royal Roads at 8 p.m. Wed¬ 
nesday. A professor of or¬ 
ganic chemistry, he is known 
for wartime research on the 
explosive RDX. 


Funeral service was held 
Mondav in Seattle, Wash., for 
Mrs. Archibald P. Best, 68. a 
native of Victoria. 

She received her education 
and training as a nurse here. 
During the Second World War 
she served as a captain in the 
Canadian Army Medical Corps 
in the South African campaign. 

M RSE IN .SEATTLE 

She was a member of the Co- 
Two other weekend bieak-ia*! Arts, an organization of artists 
were rejmrted. One occurred at land painters, nnd was a mem- 
the home of Frank Cabecinha, ber ot the Washington State 
3079 Albany, where thieves stole Nursing Association. Since 
about J30 in cash. leaving Victoria 11 years ago. 

In the second, at Derek's B-A <he was a rurse at the Chil- 
Service. 2128 Douglas, thieves ‘Iren's Orthopedic Hospital in 
left with about $4i> in change Seattle 

and small bills. She is survived by her hus- 

VANDALIHM | ,>an ^ an< 1 brother. Dr. Regi- 

, „ . , , nalrf Christie ot Courtcnav. 

In Saarnch. four juvenile boys _ 

were arrested for a wave of i 
vandalism in the Hampton and] 

Albina area. 

The youths, three 15 and the 
other 16, left a trail of broken 
windows, and damaged car* and 
street signs 


Accident, Police Dog 
Combine in Capture 


Ksquimalt 
To Vote 

Esquimau ratepayers will do 
tide Dec. 12 whether View Royal 
panhandle, between Cralgflower 
and the Gorge, west of Garth- 
land. will lie taken Into the 
municipality. 

A petition has already been 
circulated by panhandle resi¬ 
dents and three-fifths of resident 
signatures obtained. 

(Irwlit Union* 
Plan Dinner 

The Credit Uptons chapter in 
change in setback provisions fur,Greater Victor,a will hold its 
•' previously author,zed 12- apnual CT.NA mutual fdlry 
storey apartment next to the , wncr - s )linnrr in tho G |enshiel 
H hite house. Hotel. 6t»i Douglas, at 6 15 p.m.. 

The effect of Ihe setback Dec. I. Keynote sjieaker M. J 
change will lie that instead of I Rogers will discuss the future 
the high-rise facing the golf!of the movement 
course, it will now face Beach- — — — 


Apartment 
Approved 
In Oak Bay 

Oak Hay council gave second 
am! third reading to a reaming 
bylaw Monday night that will 
icrmit n ihrcfy-storey apartment 
at On-h ud and Beach and a 


Drive. 

Final reading of the bylaw is 

A highway; accident and a po- alter RCMI* arrested die other M n '"'' " l 

lice dog combined Sunday to end three. 

a brief period ot freedom for The group esiaiatl I rum the ,n other business, council for- 
lour Hrannan Lake school in- Nanaimo area school and stole mally muuil a vote of thanks 
mates. \ a car. They were headed tow ard j to the |*eop]e of Greater Victoria 

The Saanich tracking dog I Victoria early Sunday when [lot the way in which they helped 


Hamilton 

Rites 

Held Here 


Rev flushed the last of four juv-| spotted by a Duncan RCMP 
•nile fugitives out of the brush highway patrol car team. 

--- - 1 Pursued at high speed the 

nearly-new ear went out of con¬ 
trol near the Malahat Chalet, 
left the road and crashed Into a 
power pole. 

AMINE ESCAPED 
Saanich dog handler James 
White was called to search for 
the car s 15-year-old driver who 
alone escaped from the crash 
scene. 

The youth's hiding place, ir. 
deme brush about a half mile 
off the highway, was sniffed out 
by Hex. 

MINOR 1NJI RIFS 

The car was demolished? The 
four were treated in hospital at 
Duncan for minor injuries, then 


make the visit of Queliec mu¬ 
nicipal officials such a success, 
and fo Mayor R B, Wilson for 
all he had done to organize the 
visit 


HUB A WAV 
THROIIINO 

ARTHRITIC 

AND 

RHEUMATIC 

PAIN 

• MTKIZn W HITE KI MaM 
Ida fti-blbg trt u. rwl Hit eomfmtac 
■min m ii (ura la rat *o «.( Has 
bland l-Mirli hrmlb tht ilk MlaiiluJnf 
■nltitaa and kil>laa In mm arwaiw 
mmd ibtmmMlIr mrhfm aid mlm Yna amid 
■m aill I IT A) ud nM MU> ll l«U, 

, IM n™ n h i «L 


IStoiteoift Ban (tampan^ 


Funeral service* were held 
Monday in Sands' Victoria 
chapel for Stylie Brown Ham 
flton, a former Nanaimo. Vic-1 
tor la and Duncan resident who I 
died recently in his Cumber¬ 
land home after a long illness. 

Bom in Nanaimo 67 years | 
ago. he entered provincial gov¬ 
ernment service in Victoria in 1 
1!I20 after losing a feg while; returned to custody. 

•erving with the army in RUM I* said the youth* ad- 
France in 1917. mitted breaking into the Venire 

He served as government Cale on the highway four miles 
agent or chief clerk in Cumber , north of Nanaimo ami Rock City 
land, Duncan, Greenwood,, Road Elementary' School near 
Femle, I’enticton and Nelson.! Wellington. 

~r 


A well appointed 
Funeral Home 


Chaplin’s 

H NUKAI. CIIAPK1. 

Fort Street Phone F\ I WI2 


11 V> Fort Street 


"BREAKFAST WITH SANTA” 
TICKETS ON SALE NOW 

Children love this wonderful outing* Ida Clarkson 
hosts the patty in the Bay's Olympic Room. You 
receive a delirious breakfast, every child meets 
Santa and receives free gifts from Santa's hel]x'i>' 
There are lots of games, music by Santa's band’ 


Cheek the Dales 

November 21 si. 
2Mth. lie.. 31 Ii. 

12th. 19th. 

Tha tiaa is— 

8:3* a.m. 
Parkade o|iens 
8 a.m. 

Tiekats 
Children »fk. 
Adult* ’Ik. 

NT.W ku the 
Bay's toylantl. 
lower main. 


(lompmtw. 

INCORPORATED 87? MAY 1670. 


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VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1964 


It Is No Secret—To Neighbors 


Loudest 

Whistle 


SOMEWHERE ON VANCOUVER ISLAND — Victorian 
Robert Swanson wants the location at hU hobby kept aacret, 
but everybody for miles around knows when he's working 
Chief inspecting engineer for the provincial commercial 
transport department, he started the hobby in 1991 on one of 
Crown Zellerbach's Island tree farms. Now he has the only 
whistle and horn testing station in Canada. 

Mr. Swaanan fears publication of the locale would bring 
vandals who would undo the wort of thousands of hours. But 
the as i re t Is hard to keep, especially when the loudest of his 
steam whistles can be heard 40 miles away. 

He tries to make his inventions "sweet" to the ear, hut 
loud—and it srarta. A lot of ocean-going ahipa use his whistles 
sod moat of the major railways in Canada and the U.S. outfit 
their diesel trains with Sw ans on-invented whistles and horns. 


About 


OTTAWA (CP)—Within 
20 years after Its incep¬ 
tion, the Canada Pension 
Plan will be costing Cana¬ 
dians more in benefits than 
it collects in contributions. 
Health Minister Judy La- 
Marsh said Monday. 

The minister, introducing aeo- 
«iH reading of the mammoth 
and complex piece of legisla¬ 
tion hi the Commons, said the 
most favorable actuarial fore¬ 
casts indicate that contributions 
combined with investment re¬ 
turns cannot keep the pension 
hmd g ro win g beyond 1985. 
ECONOMIC ASSUMPTIONS 
She said however, that the 
range of estimates furnished by 
the chief actuary were based 
an bask economic assumptions 
that sought "to guard against 
the danger of underestimating 
the possible cost of the plan." 

Miss LaMarsli said it Is com¬ 
mon to all actuarial estimates 
"that by 1989 income to the 
plan from contributions, at the 
16-per-cent rate, will no longer 
equal the full coat of the pen¬ 
sions being paid. 

CONTINUE TO DKXSABE 
"On some of the projections, 
the Interest on investments win 
(or a time more than fill the 
gap, so that the fund will con¬ 
tinue to Increese for part at 
least of tba plan a third decade. 
"Tha highest ad tba aide* ae- 


UN1TED NATIONS (CP) — The United State* 
Monday formally carried out a plan to withhold its 
pledge for United Nations technical assistance pending 
settlement of the crisis over peace-keeping assessments. 
Britain also withheld Its 

'*!" baft'ES'-i#. ttcwcTSd» 

the action was baaed on purely .... , . 

technical consideration. ,. fr 

netted with Britain's change of mBy *» mprTPtJ thl * W 
government. The Americana in Canada, along with Japan 


Canada 

Fears 

Clash 


Steam tchistle inventor Swanson needs ear muff protection 


Nickel 


voluntary aid money until Rub- pwwment of Monday * pledging 
■ia and France pay overdue conference In ease it might re- 


Plrdge. Ambassador Paul rh a nre i of a wtE a 

OTTAWA <CP)-InfcB sap*- Hld ^j^tton meet. 

t* 1 ’* was acting ''because of our rrv»- SOVIET TECUM IdAN B 

” ST?ii°S t M T K * ** flnwU * **- But there wero «ly mild and 
tkM with neither being pea- ° 1 h * r #pr * ar V ** indirect references to the larger 

“ * dXEE « de£^ UBtod Smtk *" ««*“•• be tte Klilnn 

equitably resolved." and he- delegate Nikolai F«to- 

from ns present pain. rluH >• believed u» aid nrrw . . . . 

Mknnants said Maday It la , PPBko ■"w™** ■ Idrn- 

a,. US.ro- •hould be maintained. (leal with this year’s cootribu- 

fu.al to make its azaauai tach- 4A * E AMOUNT tkm: 2,TOO,000 rubies, equivalent 1 

nlcsi aid pledge to the UN at The Canadian pledge totalled 10 0000000 Hb BBia “ 
this time will alienate tlw bo 17.325.000-the same amount H «*bject to the same restric¬ 
ts lied neutralists among the UN put up for this year's programs ■■ *»■ year’s pledge, 

membership. snd S2.500.000 more than It meaning that it could be used 

The support of the neutralists contributed for last year s oper- ,D W Soviet technicians, 
would be needed In the coming atiens. Fedorenko's only reference to 

showdown over the application Of the total, 15,000 000 will he the peaca - keeping Issue was 


grsted 30 per cent, and the problems of member* who must 
Commons compromised at 25 tour their ridings. He said 
per cent. Hugh Homer (PC—Jasper-Ed- 

The other contentious point son) had to travel 100 miles 
canoenwd the appointments to through Athabasca riding to 
the 10 exxnmissions. The orijp- visit remote parts of Ms own] 
nal bill said the prime minister district. 

and leader of the opposition J. Ernest Pascoe (PC—Moose 
would each appoint a member Jaw-Lake Centre I objected Id 
to the four-member board*. the fact that Saskatchewan! 

AMENDMENT rtand * to lose four of its lTj 

_ . seats under the repreaentatiow- 

£2 ^Population formula. 


Wilson 


Separate 

Force 

Rejected 


MONTREAL (CPI - Repro- ™ 

sentatives of the major Cana- 

dian railway, snd the M 000 did not refer .prolfl- 

T+'s+ri 

a J**? r M ^ ay , 5 remarks Monday night were 

proride payments or thorn lrid „ Tnnfh rt e 

off because of automation and Gaul|e . whoM> pobey I. 

teclmical progress. to build a separate independent 

The signing followed two yean force. 

at negotiations, during which a * * * 

S3.000.000 fund has accumulated Wilson, in a speech prepared 
from contribution, by the rail- (or delivery at the annual barv 
wa >'*- quest of the Lord Mayor of Lon- 

Under the plan employees don, said: 
with seven years or more of **We see our purpose In the 
seniority are to receive pay- alliance as being to try to re¬ 
gents of |12 a week U they sue verse the tendency to separa- 
l*ld off. tism ..." 

Die prime minister sold his 
speech did not deal in detail 
with specific issues because 
Britain ia about to start “im¬ 
portant negotiations with our al¬ 
lies." 

He said: “When these nego¬ 
tiations begin wa intend to be 
reedy with a clear statement of 
our views, and the clear British 
initiative for which I believe 
our friends are awaiting.” 


Anxiously awaiting word from 
the rebels on Carlson, said the 
negotiation broadcast, when it 
was reported Monday, offered a| 
glimmer of hope but later they 
said they were not optimistic. 
STAYED WITH PATIENTS 

Carlson, 36. of Rolling Hills. 
Calif., was captured two months 
ago by the rebels when he re¬ 
fused to leave his Congolese pa¬ 
tients. 

The rebels charged Carlson 
with being a major in the U.S. | 
armed forces and a spy. 

U.S. embassy officials here 
said they were puzzled by the 
rebels' offer to negotiate and in¬ 
dicated attempts were being 
made to make contact with 
Stanleyville through the Interna¬ 
tional Red Cross. 


In Washington, State Secre¬ 
tary Dean Rusk called the 
planned execution "an outrage¬ 
ous violation" of international 
law. 

Rusk asked Kenya'* prime 
minister, Jomo Kenyatta, to try 
to save Carlson's life. Kenyatta 
is chairman of an African eom- 
mittee seeking to end the Congo 
civil war. 

The U.S. embassy here said It 
had had no direct word from 
the rebels. 

A Stanleyville broadcast Sun¬ 
day announced the rebels 
"agreed In principle to an offer 
of the United States consul" to 
negotiate Carlson’s fate. 

Amer leans In Leopoldville, 


John D. Protests 
Removal of Que 


The payments begin after a 
30day waiting period and con- 
Typhoon with a population of 50.000. More tinue for as many as 100 weeks. 

an hour ’hen 1,000 Americans are st»-_ .. 

™ tinned to the city which ia the £_ 1 _A a* I 

site of the U.S. Army's 8th Field 0 VTISII 8 AttflCK 
Monday ' Hoepital. JERUSALEM (UK) - Syrian 

Iris and In a separate report, the U.S. f orce , fired three machinegim 


OTTAWA (CPI — Opposition raise the matter to the Com 
Leader Diefenboker protested mom. 

Monday night against a citizen- “Every week this ia a gw- 
ohJp department directive to era ment that seems to be mov- 
ritizenship court* ordering re- ^ ahead removtaw the things 
moval of the Queen's portrait thst are traditional and that 
* r °! n cou rtroom. hold this country together.” 

■ttin A spokesman for Citizenship 
,"“r SZSSSl MWater^btoy^themto- 


King Fisherman 
Entries Cloned 

—Page 25 


Trio Elevated 
By Soviet Chiefn 
—Page 5 


Plane Dead 
Recovered 


tres, traditionally Liberal¬ 
leaning- 

The younger cabinet minis¬ 
ters. backed by many bright 
young backbenchers, see a 
golden opportunity for an elec¬ 
tion in June. 1965. They point 
out that by then redistribution 
will be underway, the Canada 
Pension Plan win have been 
passed, the national flag issue 
settled, and possibly a tax cut 
Redistribution will undoubt- could be Introduced In a spring 
edly favor the government in budget—producing a very at- 
gr anting heavier represent a- tractive list of accomplish- 
tioo to Canada's urban cen- ments. 


tively debating whether the including such parliamentary 
cabinet had given a green veterans as External Affaire 
light to the calling of a general Minister Martin. Transport 
election In May or June. Minister PlckersgiU and Privy 

^ # Council President McDraith, 

have little appetitie for an 
Infvtrmants admit a differ- election next year. They pre- 
ence of opinion in the advisa- ter to wait until 1966 whefi 
bility and desirability of an electoral redistribution will be 
election at that time doea ex- in effect. Liberal sources said. 

Following speeches by Fi- ist in the Liberal caucus. The 
nance Minister Gordon. Agri- division lines can be drawn, in 
culture Minister Hays, Labor virtually all cases, along the 
Minister MacEachen and For- lines of age. experience' and 
estry Minister Sauvt, parMa- political seniority, 
mentary observer* were ac- The senior cabinet ministers. 


By ALEC MORRISON 

OTTAWA (UPI) — Despite 
political sabre-rattling by 
four prominent cabinet minis¬ 
ters this weekend, sources 
close to the government said 
Monday a late spring election 
is not to the offing. 


Vinitorn Cheer 
Victoria Hontn 

—Page 15 


Bridge ... 

Comic* 

Crossword 


Garde* Notea 


Burglar Stole 
Honpilaliiy 
—Names in News, 
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Brown , Grant Other Selections 


12 Dailg (Toldniwl Victoria, E.C., Tie*., Not. 17, 1M4 


MONTREAL Il'PI) — Lovell British Columbia Lions was following voting by a panel of 
Coleman, the pile-driving full- selected as lineman of the year i|x>rtswnters and broadcasters 
back who accounted for more! ,or ,he sccond * ,r “ 1 K h * «*a»on. I across the country, 
than a mil* of i~- whi]p Canad >**n Pl»yer of the, The 26-yearold Coleman, a 

. year honors went to Hamilton | five-year veteran with the West 

Calgary Stampeders this season. Tiger-Cat flanker Tommy Grant, era Conference S t a m peders, 
today was named Canada's out- * * * won the top prize- *2,000 In 

standing football player for! The selections were an- Canada Savings Bonds — over 

i nounced by the Canadian Sc hen- eastern nominee Dick Shatto of 
Line back Tom Brown of thrii.y football awards committee the Toronto Arconauts. 


Brown s opponent on the final bonds at a presentstionvdinner 
ballot was linebacker - middle in Toronto Nov. 26, two days 
guard John Barrow of the Tiger- before the Grey Cup final. 

Cats, himself a former Schenley * * * 

winner. Grant out polled place- As in the past, the announce 
kicker - defensive back Larry ment by the Schenley committer 
Robinson of Calgary in the best did not reveal that precise vot 
homebrew category. ing figures among the 70 ballots 

Both Brown and Robinson will cast, split equally between east 
receive *1.500 in sa vings snd wrsl. 


Coleman, a Western Michigan 
graduate who has developed 
during the past two years into 
the country's moat explosive 
runner broke a three-year east¬ 
ern hold on the main prize. Last 
year's winner was Ottawa 
Rough Riders quarterback Rues 
Jackson, who also took the 
Canadian player award in an un¬ 
precedented double victory. 


900 Hockey Games 


For Ironman Andy\ 


lumbia. He gained a league¬ 
leading 1.629 yards rushing for 
a 6.2 average and 10 touchdcnvns 
and added another 247 yards on 
27 pass receptions for a total out¬ 
put of 1,876 In 16 regular season 
games. 

Although he stands only &ve- 
foot-ten and weighs only 195, 
Ooleman packs fantastic power 
in his compact frame. Together 
with his speed and good moves, 
this power makes the import 
fullback probably the most ver¬ 
satile — and dangerous — ball¬ 
carrier in the Canadian Football 
League. 


man has escaped in hia 15 pro 
feaaional aeaaona. 

Still as valuable as ever for 
his defensive 


trip which starts Friday in San- 
Francisco. And if someone does* 
not do something about it soon, 
the Buckaroos and Totems could 
have the championship race all 
to themselves. 

Game time tonight Is 8. 


contributions, 
toria'i Hebentnn has been picking up 
o town points consistently for the 
r mile- Buckaroos and is credited 
ord of with coach Hal Layooe as a 
Mg factor in getting his dub 
pa on away to a fast start. 
ot his Hebenton has seven goals and 
me be- •** aui>tl 1" hl * first M games, 
and it is quite possible that he 
will be even more effective now 
a si 1 ^* ,hat has been to , * 1 * 

a a is right-wing spot he prefers on a 
s a* u line which has Art Jones 

< » » it centre and Tom McVle at 
‘ * * left-wing. 

» 4 ai WtLL BALANCED 

„ But that's not the only line 
* the Maple Leafs have to «-orry 
about. The well-balanced Fort- 
i Bn d club has Gerry Goyer cen- 
ifs and, tering ter Bill Saundefs and 
e will Arnie Schmautz on another line 
:h con- and appeared to gain in at- 
hockey tacking power when centre Lar* 
para!- ry Leach broke a collar-bone 
10 days ago. 

attonal That brought Pat Stapleton 
of 630 ,rom his defence post to make 
benton the plays for Bob Ertel and Cliff 
th the Schmautz. and now Stapleton 
Beaaon leads the Buckaroos with six 
last 45 goals and 14 assists. 

THIRD CLASH 

Ties in' Tonight's will be (he third 
easons meeting between the Buckaroos 
1 was and Maple Leafs and results of 
angers the first two indicate it could 
ind as be still another of those nail- 
1954/56 biters which have been a 
Memorial Arena feature. Buc¬ 
karoos won both, getting four 


COLEMAN: top prize 


COACH BOVRKE: U t our» 


title fighl on Dec. 14 may be 
announced today. 

That December doubleheader 
would actually be a delayed 
theatre - television replacement 
for the hernia-postponed Cassius 
Clay-Sonny Liston heavyweight 
championship match. 

Cassius and Sonny had been] 
slated for a return extravaganza j 
at Boston Garden last night, 
txit it had to be positioned six 
months because of Clay's emer¬ 
gency hernia operation at Bos¬ 
ton city hospital Friday night. 

As 22-year-old Clay continued 
to recuperate excellently at the 
hospital Monday, even walking 
about his room, promoters were 
busy with the doubleheader re¬ 
placement 

They were trying to arrange 
for the two-fight attraction to be 
staged in the same ring at Bos¬ 
ton, Philadelphia or Toronto—or. 
tf necessary , to have the fights 
originate In different cities for 
combining on th* same TV 
cloaed circuit. 

Fred Brooks of New York. 


president of Sportsvision Inc., 
which lost about * 200,000 becausa 
of the Clay-Uston postponement, 
is eager to stage the Dec. 14 
rioubleheader be- 


Plans for a 


BOSTON tl'PIl 
combined Floyd Patterson-1 
George Chuvalo heavyweight \ 
elimination and a Joey Giar-| 
aello-Rubin Carter middleweight 


theatre-TV 
cause he believes it will prove 
& big attraction throughout the 
United States and Canada. 

Both Chuvalo of Toronto and 
ex-champ Patterson of New 
York are among the World 
Boxing Association's (WBA» top 
four contenders anti, therefore, 
jare included in the WBA's elimi- 
! nation In determine "a new 
world champion and a successor 
to Clay." 

The WBA stripped Clay of his 
title in mid-September when 
Cassius signed for his return 
bout with Liston. The WBA 
claimed Clay s signing meant 
he was keeping a forbidden pre¬ 
fight agreement, "tantamount to 
a rrtura-boul contract." before 
he look the title front Liston at 
Miami Beach last Feb. 25. 


Never Absent 


NANAIMO — Nanaimo Redmen and the Van¬ 
couver Island Juvenile Football League have refused 
to send the Little Grey Cup east for presentation to 
Montreal Point St. Charles Leos who defeated Win¬ 
nipeg Broncs, 20-13, in a game in Winnipeg Sunday. 

“That game was not for the national champion- 
ahips," claim Nanaimo Redmen coach Ed Bourke 
and league president Les Rathy, in reply to a Win¬ 
nipeg request for the trophy. 

Nanaimo won the trophy the last two years and 
wanted to defend it this year. They haven't won the 
Island title yci unu to do so must knock off Oak Bay 
Farmer Const ’ion in Victoria's Royal Athletic 
Park Friday night 

A game between the Island champion and Win¬ 
nipeg could not be agreed upon this year as Win¬ 
nipeg claimed suitable dates weren't available. The 
game was to ha* o been played In Winnipeg. 

Last year Winnipeg defeated Montreal before 
login* to Redmen in the final on Vancouver Island. 


Figh t-of-Mon th 
Plan for City 


Regular closed-circuit televiv If arrangements can be 
ion of big time boxing may oe- worked out, it would be shown at 
come available to Victorians. , cJt 1heatre Metnorill Arefl . 

Al Principe, who also plans ... v , ,, 

some live Victoria fight action wil! no * ** «*»« « v «* 

hopes to present the shows if n >ng. 
the mooted "fight of the month' 


Principle also announced that 
| plan for closed-circuit television fans who had purchased tickets 
j goes through. Principe said last 


for the televised showing of the 
| night that there is a good chance postponed Cassius Clay-Sonny 
that he wil be able to present Liston championship bout, which 
the Joey Giardello-Ruben Carter had been scheduled - for last 
middleweight championship and night, may get their money re¬ 
funded at Memorial Arena 


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TORONTO tCP» Eddie Pow¬ 
ers. former National Hockey 
league referee received a |xib- 
lic apology and a cash settle¬ 
ment Monday from Montreal 
Canadiens Hockey Club, Cana- 
dien's coach. Toe Blake, and the 
Montreal daily newspaper Moo- 
treal-Maiin 


A statement read in court by' 1963, in the middle of his 
Powers* lawyer, Allan Auatin,, seventh season at an NHL ref- 
•aid the settlement involved a eree. after NHL President Ctar- 
retraction of the “defamatory'' | ence Campbell had fined Blake 
statement and an apology to $200. Power* blamed tnsuffic 
Powers by Blake, the Cana- lent support from Campbell for 


HOUSTON (API—The World| land Williams of Houston. Floyd 

York and 


University and direclor of sur¬ 
gery at Boston City Hospital, 
said Clay will not be able lo 
fight again for at least six 
months. 

W ALKING AROI Nl» 

He said, however, that the 25- 
year-old Clay is making re- 
markable progress anil already 
is walking around his room «t 
the hospital. 

Clay was brought to the hos¬ 
pital in a jxilice amlHilanre 
when be gni a sharp pain in 
th 0 gmin snd tiegan vomiting 
while watching television in his 
hotel suite. 

Dr McDermott, who said he 
has never seen a prize fight m 
his life, recommended immedi¬ 
ate emergency surgery and look 
the rase himself without fee. He 
said Monday 

'The patient is doing remark- 
ably well. He no longer is on in¬ 
travenous feeding. He is on a 
full liquid diet, including cereal, 
custards and gelatins He U 
able to get up out of tied for 
varying periods and walk 
around his room and th*' corri¬ 
dors ’* 


Patterson of New 
George Chuvalo of Toronto. 

OR ELSE 

"We are going to hold this 
elimination tournament. Mai- 
erom told The Post hy phone 
Monday "If I don't get the co¬ 
operation of those involved, then 
"Ml just eliminate them " 
Maceroni said the [>ost|ione- 


Boxing Association has ordered 
the top four contenders for the 
heavyweight boxing champion¬ 
ship, including Canada's George 
Chuvalo, to appear in New York 
Friday to complete negotiations 
for an elimination tournament, 
the Houston Post says. 

The paper mentioned Houston 
and Montreal as possible tour¬ 
nament sites 

In a strongly worded letter 
from Anthony Maceroni. chair¬ 
man of the WBA championship 
committee, the contenders were 
advised either to show up ready 
lo go through with the elimina¬ 
tion series, or lx* dropped from 
title consideration. 

The four contenders, in order 
of their ranking, are Ernie 
Terrell of New Yok, Cleve- 


porter Jean-Paul Sirault. Powers said Monday "the 
sports editor Jacques Beau- governor* of the NHL have 
champ and Le Matin agreed to have a meeting with 

Powers said afterwards that me within 30 daya." 
he considered the agreement a He declined to elaborate. He 
"reasonable settlement." He said he ha* misted being an' 
said the settlement involved an NHL refeiee. He now works am 
agreement to say not hi n g a safety inspector for the Con- 
further about it. struction Safety Association of 


an out-of-court 
settlement of a libel and slander 
*u>t. 

Powers sued Blake. Canadiens 
and employees of the French- 
language Monireal-Matin on re¬ 
marks attributed to Blake about 
the officiating in a Montreal' 
hockey game Jan. 31. 1963. Pow¬ 
ers refereed the game, tn which 
Toronto Maple ideals defeated 
Canadiens 6-3. 

Amount of cash involved in 
the settlement was undisclosed 
hj agreement between lawyers 
Involved in the settlement, 
which was reached as the suit 
was about to be tried before 
Justice Edson Haines of Ontario 
Fitpreme Court. 


Out of Work 


Nobby Wlrkowski got the ex¬ 
pected word yesterdav He is 
no longer coach of the Toronto 
Argonaut*. Wirkowski. who 
got to job on Aug. 21. 1962. 
said "it was no surprise.” 
Ai-go* won 10 games snd lost 
29 under Wirkowski and 
missed Eastern Football Con¬ 
ference play downs last two 
season*. No successor has 
been named hut rumor has it 
that Frank "Hop” Ivy. former 
Edmonton roarh. is high on 
list of probables 


Dave ? s Sweet Dream 
— Two-Game Sweep 


BOSTON (APt World heavy- 
eight taxing 


champ Caxsius 
Clay paced a flower-filled hos¬ 
pital room across the city from 
the arena where he was to have 
defended his crown against 
Sonny Liston Monday night. 

Clay suffered an incarcerated 
hernia and underwent immedi¬ 
ate surgery Friday night. 

Dr. William V. McDermott, 
professor of surgery at Harvard 


VANCOUVER .CPt - A tvw*-| 
game wrapup of the Western! 
Conference final is the most 
exquisite football thought Dave! 
Skrien has entertained all year. 

A British Columbia Lion* win 
over Calgary here Wednesday! 
night would do it. And Skrien 
thinks it might be the edge 1 
Lions nerd to win the Gray j 
Cup 

"It would make a tremen¬ 
dous difference." the head 
coach said Monday. 

He recalled 196.T* tough final 
againsl Saskatchewan, won 1>£ 
Lions tn a crippling third game 
They lost the Gray Cup to Ham- 
.'•on 21-10 

“'I-ast year we had bruises, 
a link of rest and key injuries 
going into the Gray Cup.” 
win iiKi.rn i, 

A win Wednesday after Sat¬ 
urday's 24-10 victory in Calgary 
would give Lions 10 days of rest 
tiefore the Nov. 28 cup ghme in 
Toronto. The Eastern Confer¬ 
ence winner will have a week 

A Stamjieder win will force the 


best-otehree series to a third; play overtime periods — each 
game Sunday I consisting of 10-mlnute halves— f 

If either game Is tied after, until there is a winner, 
regulation time the teams will' NOTHING SERIOUS 

_ - u ons came out at the first j 

O _ ¥ 1 game with nothing more serious 

lOllTI than a knee bruise to linebacker 

* ^ and centre Gary Schwertfeger. 

gt mi , a i Stampeders emerged less hap- 

I nmC [\ ApHc plly. With defensive halfback 
' wzw/wiO j Jesse Branch lost due to a dis- 
~ T — - located shoulder. Guard Tony 

|-ftp|v> Pajaczkowski Will probably tajie 

iTUIIIC 1IC1U up a painful ankle to play and 

• Ixi Bain will leave the injured 

A shortage of personnel has reserve list to play for Branch. 

made It impossible for the Vic- Jim Champion, assistant 
. _ , . . ranch uf the Lions said I.Mins 

tona Corps of the St. John Am- , h „ , r llo ^ 

t>ulance Brigade tn attend city Kiim p of the year Saturday, 
*I>orting events in the future but holding Sl«ni|irdrrs to only iwn 
the Victoria Corps has offered first downs in the last three 
rondo.-, » r-linir In train vol- < * U * rU ‘ r « “f »** «-nie 


Three Bowlers Win 
B.C. Final Berths 


SEATTLE i API-More than 
700 people nowded into a 
*mall Presbyterian church 
above Lake Washington Mon 
clay for the funeral of Fred 
Hutchinson, former manager 
of Cincinnati Reds. 

They heard Rev. Elbert E. 
Sullivan describe the baseball 
personality as a man of quiet 
wisdom, "known and loved by 
people in all walks of life." 

Hutchinson died of cancel 
last Thursday In Bradenton. 
Fla., at the age of 45, 


Vivian Morgan, Bonita Loo 
and Leona Petet son will repre¬ 
sent the Victoria zone in the 
provincial women's Interzone 
tenpin finals, scheduled for 
Vancouver this weekend. 

They finished in that order 
after the 20-game Victoria 
zone roll-off was completed 
with the final block of five 
games Sunday night 
Mrs. Morgan protected her 
lead with a final block of 905 
while Mrs. Loo, who had been 
fourth after the third block on 


Saturday, wound up as runner 
up with a finishing 941 which 
was the highest five game 
block of the roll-off 
Mrs. Peterson, second after 
15 games. Just managed to be 
the third winner with a final 
block of 803. beating out Freda 
Peacock by 17 pins. 

Mrs. Morgan finished with 
3.505 for her 20 games for a 
neat 175 average. Mrs Loo 
had 3.415 pins and Mrs. Peter 
son 3.330 
Complete scores: 


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PAGE NINETEEN 


VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1964 


SECOND NEWS SECTION 


Cowichan Indian Reserve 


Telephone 

Service 

'Lacking 


By KLAUS MU ENTER 

DUNCAN—A water shortage has developed on 
the Cowichan Indian reserve after a system of springs 
in the Komiaken district went dry, leaving 159 people 
in 22 homes without water., 

Abraham Joe, chairman of the 
Cowichan band'* water commit¬ 
tee, laid Monday the city of 
Duncan will probably be asked 
to extend It* water line another 
two mile* into the area, which 
is near the Catholic rectory. 

The line now ends at St. 

Catherine's school, about one 
mile west of the waterless dis¬ 
trict. 

GCHHED WATER 

Mr. Joe said the spring gushed 
forth plenty of water several 
yean ago. but householders now 
have to either haul their water 
from the Cowichan River or 
from the city water line. 

The dry water system, put in 
eight years ago, consisted of a 
number of springs draining into 
a reservoir whoae water was 
pumped into a tank and then into 
the homes. It had been failing for 
Hi years. 

HEAVY BAIN i 

Mr. Joe said heavy rain would 
not change the situation, which 
has posed a serious heatth prob¬ 
lem. 

He said wells had been drilled 
in the area recently, but salt 
water was drawn on both oc¬ 
casions. 

A proposal to drill a well near 
the river was ruled out by an 
Indian affairs branch engineer, 
who said flooding during the 
winter could contaminate the 
water supply. 

CITY WATEB 

Mr. Joe said dem-dem-Alut? 
and the Kokstlah district are 
also short of water and ha hoped 
id eventually obtain city water 
for the entire reserve. 

The Duncan system already 
serves reserves near the city 
and at Quamlchan. 


SHAWNIGAN LAKE—A resident of Renfrew 
Ro«d said Monday he is "thoroughly fed up” with the 
aC. Telephone Co. because of its "non-existent tele- 
“ “ phone service" in his area. 

David Laverock said the tele- 
Q ■ ■ phone line* have been a eontinu- 

* DUrve tr °uble *°r H** 1 

O past seven year*. 

He said he has complained to 
several times 


Arbitration 
Takes Over 


FORT ALBERNI—A spe¬ 
cial Sunday meeting of Al¬ 
berti! district school board 
and teacher representatives 
failed to settle their salary 
dispute. 

Binding arbitration took 
ever Monday aa H did In all 
EC. school districts where 
conciliators failed Is solve 

salary proMawaa. 


t h e company 
about a loud hum and static no 
the line but, although repairmen 
had worked on It. the line had 
never been repaired properly for 
any length at time. 

"LAUGH AT ME” 

Mr. Laverock said that, on 
several occasions, the hum has 
been so bad he has disconnected 
the wire* and then hooked them 
up again. He said that lately 
when he phoned the company 
"they Just laugh at me — they 
don't give a damn.” 

"The line Is completely run 
down," he continued, "and I 
have had to repair it several 
times myself.” 

Mr. Laverock said the com-] 
l>any considers the line un¬ 
economic*! and ao do not serv¬ 
ice it. He also charged most of 
the poles are rotten and should 
be replaced. 

NOT TO FIRM 

He said he is going to write to 
the federal transport depart¬ 
ment and to his MLA. H. J- 
Bruch, pointing out the poor 
service. 

When asked whether he will 
write another letter to the tele¬ 
phone company, Mr. Laverock 
replied. "Why? They don't 


Peak matt 


DUNCAN— A Duncan man in¬ 
volved In a fight at the Maple 
Bay regatta in September was 
fined 1250 in magistrate's court 
Monday after conviction on a 
Charge of assault. 

Magistrate D. K. McAdam 
told Wayne Thomas Allen, who 
•truck soother man during the 
fight, that hr will no longer 
tolerate this kind of behavior, 
■lien previously was fined tor 
using foul language at the re¬ 
gatta. 

In the same court, Robert W. 
Ingram at Chemainus was fined 
|1?5 for obstructing a police offi¬ 
cer. The charge followed police 
Investigation of damage caused 
Saturday at the Chemalnui com¬ 
munity centre. 

John Mclsaac of Port Ren¬ 
frew. charged with impaired 
driving, was fined $150. 

Leon Louis Bertrand of Cow 
khan Station was fined ST7 for 
speeding and failing to stop at 
a atop sign. Jack L. Cadwallader 
of Duncan was fined $50 for 
driving a togging truck using 
purple gasoline. 


ich. were hunting in the Martin's 
Gulch ares. 

When they did not spot any?, 
deer, the two men decided to 
practice target shooting. After 
one shot each at a tin can, 
neither could decide who had 
put the one hole in the can and 
decided to try again. 

The see idem occurred while 
they were walking back to the 
firing line. Mr. Peakman was 
walking in front of Mr. Mol 
when the latter's rifle accident¬ 
ally discharged. The bullet hit 
Mr. Peakman in the right side 
above the waist. 

COULDN'T HELP 

Mr. Mol saw he could do noth¬ 
ing to assist hi* companion and 
ran to the car. hui there was no 
key in the ignition. He then 
ran down the road where he met 
prospector Robert Copeman, 556 
Ker 

The two men returned to the 
injured hunter and took him to 
the hospitaL 
DIGGER OPERATOR 

Mr. Peakman. who was mar¬ 
ried and had two children, 
worked as a digger operator for 
Mann of 


Finishing 

Touches 


Job is almost over for totem 
pole carver Jimmy King, 
who's painting H-foot pole 
be made for use la front of 
$5M.flM addition which will 
make Discovery Inn In 
Campbell River sernad only 
to Vlckfria's Empress la sise 
a m o a g Vancouver Island 
hotels. Carving juh took 
three months.—(Gary Web¬ 
ster! 


special to the Ca to als t on Cowen Road near the exhl- into the rear of a car driven by,more comfortably’' Monday 
bitton growls. It went into a’Donald Strueby. Both drivers night in a Victoria hospital fol- 
A Port Albemi youth la In ditch and s h ee re d off a. power] also are Willow Point residents lowing an accident early Satur- 
critical condition in West Coast pole. 1 Mr*. Riia Dalby was taken to day on the highway near Mill 

General Hospital in the mill city hi #»• Campbell River area, the same hospital early Sunday Bay. 

riMTvxnrrvrli enu WWtow Point resident Richard with minor injuries after her He was trapped several hour* 
y French Is in satisfactory con- car hit a telephone pole in Wil in his car after it went through 

llswo Sunday evening. dition in hospital after a Sunday tow Point. a guard rail and down a 12-foot 

Richard Alan Helm, 18. was night crash. Police said a pickup Ladysmith resident Peter bank, ending upside down on the 
one of 11 people Injured in Van- driven by Gordon French rani Hardy, 22, was reported “restingi B.C. Cement Co. underpass road. 

couver Island road accidents _ 

during the weekend. 

Young Helm, riding a light 01-0 • VI J 

STBS! 'JSLTH Salt Spring Island 

Tenth and Burde. Police said the ■ .^ ■ " 1 ■ ■ - - 

car was driven by Edna Estelle 
Norman. 

six in one j rtn • i ni g mi ] 

j rune ohot t el 

morning were in fair condition m W g^W W W M/ -M. C- 

In King's Daughter*' Hospital I g 


GALIA.NO ISLAND — Five ] 
North Vancouver men missing i 
since 5 p.m. Sunday on a fish¬ 
ing trip turned up safely Mon¬ 
day morning at a home on the 
northeast shore of G a 1 i a n o 
Island. 


contractor Donald 
Cedar Hill Cross Road. 

Coroner D. K. McAdam will 
open the inquest for viewing of 
the body, then adjourn proceed¬ 
ings to a later date. 


Provincial 

Federation 

PORT ALBERNI-An Albemi 
district PTA has voted to break 
away from the B.C. Parent- 
Teacher Federation. 

A spokesman for Wood School 
PTA explained Monday: 

"While there is no quarrel wtth 
the federation, it is considered 
to our advantage to form a 
home and school auxiliary 
‘In this way, the entire 
■mount of the membership fee 
can be used to purchase equip¬ 
ment and other necessary items 
for the school, instead of for¬ 
warding half to the federation.'* 
A committee was formed to 
’ select a name and draw up a 
new constiltili.m. The present 
] executive, under the leadership 
of Mr*. Dims Stewart, will ear- 
I nr on for the remainder of the 
l3fchoal term. 


Bob Akerman got in the first 
shot—wtth his movie camera - 
as the cat crouched In the tree, 
spitting and snarling. 

Then his sons and Mr. Rey¬ 
nolds fired their guns. 

The cougar is believed to have 
lieen one of two cubs bom on 
the island last year to a female 
j which was thought to 
drowned earlier this 


have 
year in 
Sansum Nam**’*. The '•cubs'* 
weighed 110 pounds and 120 
pounds. 

Sheep ranchers like Mr. Aker¬ 
man and others on Salt Spring 
hope this is I he last of the 
cougars, 

DEAD SHEEP 

"Now perhaps the wholesale 
killing of sheep in the hills will 
stop," says Fred Rnllings. owner 
of the rhodonite mine near ML 
Tuam. "We find dead sheep 
everywhere. 

"The sheep on the island are 
not used to cougars and are easy 
prey for them.” he said. "The 
wildcats find it too easy so they 
have a feast, killing as many as 
Ihev like, 

TOO PLENTIFUL 

"They don't bother to come 
hack to a kill as Is usual with 
cougars Sheep are too plenti- 


Condition Critical 


A 38-year-old Cowichan Bay 
log-dump ojierator remained un¬ 
conscious and in critical con¬ 
dition in Victoria's Royal Jubi¬ 
lee Hospital Monday following 
an accident Friday. * - 
Marshall D. Coleman, who has 


a heart condition, suffered a 1 
fractured skull when hit by a 
sledgehammer on the job at 
Cowichan Bay. He was tapping 
a lever to take the slack off a 
safety pin when the pin moved 
and the lever sprang back. 


"Many of them just kill for 
the love of killing, it seems." 
said Mr. Akerman, "Unless 
stopped, these cougars could 
clean the island ot sheep and 
deer in no time." 


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NANAIMO — The expanding Cowichan Taxpayers 1 Asaocia- 1 shire division ot the Royal Win-i A! Parker won the speaker’s 
Nanaimo airline CasskUtr Ser- tion will hold Its annual meeting | ter Fair in Toronto. \ trophy and former member 

vices has changed its name to at 8 p.m. today in the Cobble 
Pacific Coastal Airlines, says Hill community lull, 
general manager Axel EXich, * * a 

who took ewer last summer. j CAMPBELL RIVER — A fire 
The company's main office* I of unknown origin has destroyed 
were moved recently to the i the contents of the home of Ron 
Malaspina Hotel, where a sea- Davis on Nichol Road. Mr. 
plane dock has been installed Davis quickly took hU children 
Buildings at the Casslriair air- to safety. Mrs. Davis was not 
port are being renovated to home, 
make way for a new waiting * * * 

room and additional office N AN' ALMO — Charles Dawson 
space. of nearby Nanooae Bay placed 

* * * third Monday In the junior year- 

COBBLE HILL — The South I ling bull competition of the Ayr- 


NANAIMO The syllabus for 
the upper Island music festival 
next March 31 to April 10 has 
been issued by secretary Mrs. 
Lew Benson. 998 Waddington 
Road. Entries close Jan. 3D 


Fluoride Views 


4 Moral 
Pros, 
Cons 
Fade 9 


Duncan, North Cowichan 


NANAIMO — William Emer¬ 
son, 693 Sixth Street, received 
the Queen’s award from Gov- 
emotOneral Vanies* In a re- 
i-ent Ottawa ceremony to mark 
his years of service In the St. 
John Ambulance organization 
T. D. Sale, vice-president of the 
Nanaimo 


centre, and Mrs. 
Henry Cannon, secretary, were 
unable to attend the ceremony 
to receive their awards. 


By LYNNE WALLER 

NANAIMO — "The moral and 
political pros and cons of fluori¬ 
dation fade when you see s 
mouth like that full of rotten 
teeth.” 

So said Dr. Jack Lewis, chair¬ 
man of the B.C. Dental Health 
Association’s dental health com-, 
mittee, after a group of Van¬ 
couver Island reporters viewed 
'ram- 


PORT AUIF.RNI — Arthur 
Anderson has been elected presi¬ 
dent and provincial council 
member of the Albemi con¬ 
stituency NDP unit. Other offi¬ 
cer* are David Smith. John 
Erickson and Sam Rogers, vice- 
presidents; Mrs. Clara Smith, 
treasurer; Colin Wilson, pro¬ 
vincial organization, and execu¬ 
tive members John Ashbridge. 
Walter Behn. Mrs. Elrie Clem¬ 
ent*. Maurice Corbel!. Earl Fox- 
croft. Lin Gardner. Henry Pohl. 
Mrs. Hope Porter. Ian Smith and 
Alex Thomas. 


fional municipal growth is to-(for any project, it must ask 
ward the southern unorganized council. The executive will meet 
area and Saliair should be shown Friday to discus* possible 
the advantage nf joining a new 1 project*. 

and separate municipality ceu- Newly elected officers are An- 
Ired on Ladysmith. • nahelle Thorne, chairman: Clif- 

MARBOR COMPLEX ford Boothrovri, vice-chairman; 

He urged a major haibor Margaret Wadsworth treasurer; 
complex in the Chemainus area, Katherine Wright, secretary, 
“utilizing the natural setting and trustees William Richter, 
provided by the tidal flats at the Vera Loveseth, Sam Pickard 
mouth of tha Chemainus River.” F l oy d Stockford and Pete 

He said arena interest shown Mattin. 


slides which illustrated 
pant tooth decay.” 

The reporters from Duncan, 
North Cowichan and Nanaimo— 
which will hold fluoridation 
votes next mom h- viewed the 
slides after a trip Saturday toj 
Kelowna, which has fluoridated 
water. 


Mainland Man 

The slides were of the teeth 
of Vancouver children examined 
by Dr. Ted Hyde, chairman of 
the association’s fluoridation 
committee and dental consult¬ 
ant to the Vancouver school 
board. 

They 


NANAIMO 


Seymour W. Lyt- 
ton of Nanaimo it the only Van¬ 
couver Islander among six Ca¬ 
nadians on a list of 143 gradu¬ 
ate students in 27 countries 
awarded Rotary International 
grants for overseas study. The 
grants total $400,000. 


Retarded School 
Going to Board? 


These Carlyle Creations in Acrilan 
Won’t Stretch, Don’t Bag, Can’t Sag 


kindergarten 
children with every tooth rotted 
to the gum line and a 13-year- 
old girl who had all her per¬ 
manent teeth removed by the 
time she was 15. 

"These case* are clearly a 
result of neglect on the part of 
parents who never bother to 
look into the mouths of their 
children.” said Dr. Hyde. 

Claim Denied 

“But we would have had a 
chance to save these children's 
teeth if we had fluoridated 
water.” 

To the claim of fluoride foes 
that dentists are urging the 
move because it onuses decay' 
and increases business. Dr. Gor¬ 
don Jinks of Vancouver said: 

"We have all the business we; 
could possibly handle even If 
we did put fluoride in the 
water.” 

"The way things are now. we 
can only handle 30 per cent of 
said Dr. Lewis. 


GANGE9 — The annual Poppy- 
Day campaign netted more than 
$400 for the veterans' emergency 
relief fund of Salt Spring Is¬ 
land General convener Mrs. H. 
A. Emerslund was assisted in 
the south Salt Soring area by- 
Mrs. G. H. I-aunrtry. 


DUNCAN—The Duncan and 
District Retarded Children's As¬ 
sociation asked the Cowichan 
district school board Monday to 
take over operation of the 
Arcadian School here. 

Official* pointed out *t Mon¬ 
day night's board meeting the 
association can make this re¬ 
quest once a retarded children's 
school has reached a pupil total 
of at least 10. 

The request was deferred to 
■ close meeting of the board 

along with the issue of teachers’, 
salaries. 

JONES CONFIDENT 

District schools superintendent j 
Art Jones explained the retarded J 
school now has II or 12 pupils 
and he was confident the board 
would lake over the administra¬ 
tion of the school. 

At the pc sent time, the school 
must ask the public for money 
and equipment. Much of the 
cost is helped through the sup¬ 
port of local service dubs. 

If the board approve* the re-' 
quest, the operating cost will 
be covered by the Cbwichan 
school district. 


You'll look lovely In Acrilan . . . feel divine too! 
Luxurious to the touch, these Carlyle creations keep 
their fashion shape look wonderfully new even after 
you wear them to school, at home, to work and any¬ 
where else your heart desires. 

f ardigan—Worn by itself or over a blouse this ever¬ 
green Jacquard knit is a stunning number in blue, red 
or green tones, S.M.L. 10.*S 

Vee-Neck Pullover—Great new style feature! This 
pullover has smart turtle neck dicky in two-tone pat¬ 
terns of blue, green or red with white. S.M.L. 8.98 

The RAY, career and college shop, 2nd 


ALBKRM - The city ha* 
agreed to cancel a Jane allow¬ 
ance in front of the former Rose- 
bank Dine and Dance on John¬ 
stone Road, which has been 
taken over by the pulp, sulphite 
and paper mill union. The union, 
which will pay the iane-allow- 
ance cost, plans to landscape 
the front of the building and pro¬ 
vide parking at the west end 
The building will include local 
offices and the main hall will 
be available for rent. 


G€MSTRAIVD 


Speaker 

Precedent of the Chemical 
Institute of Canada. Dr. 
George F. Wright will ad¬ 
dress the Vancouver Island 
section of the Institute In 
Royal Road* at 8 p.m. Wed¬ 
nesday. A professor of or¬ 
ganic chemistry, he is know n 
for wartime research on the 
explosive RDX. 


NANAIMO - RCMP Sgt. Ian 
Fisher, chairman of the Boy 
Scouts pubic relations commit¬ 
tee for all of Vancouver Island 
excel>t Victoria, will attend a 
one-day workshop in Burnaby 
Saturday on |public relations and 
communications. 


the population. 

iVof Needed 

"We paint teeth with fluoride 
fluoride 


now' and we issue 
supplements which would not' 
lie nccessnry if our water was 
fluoridated. 

"Our business is trying to 
give everybody all their own 
teeth for the rest of their lives," 
Dr. Jinks added. "We don't 
want to be in the business of 
making false teeth." 

Correct 


<1 MBERLAND C B Pam- 
ham has been elected president 
of the Royal Canadian Legion's 
Branch 28, which will install its 
new officers Dec. 11. Others 
are Jack Harrison, first vice- 
president; J. L. McN'aughton. 
second vice-president; Robert 
Weir, sergeant-at-arms: J. L. 


Accident, Police Dog 
Combine in Capture 


fluoridation is 1.2 
parts of fluoride to 1 , 000.000 
parts of water. A Colonist story 
Sunday used the phrase 1.2 
quarts due to a printing error. 


A highway accident and a po¬ 
lice dog combined Sunday to end 
a brief period of freedom for 
four Brannan Lake school in¬ 
mates. 

The Saanich tracking dog 
Rex flushed the last of four juv¬ 
enile fugitives out of the brush 


after RCMP arrested ;he other ° ran ’ 

three. * * * 

The group escaped from the port ALBERNI -Somass 
Nanaimo area school and stole Toastmasters Club members 
a car. They were headed toward travelled 30 miles into the woods 
Victoria early Sunday when f or the regular dinner meeting 
spotted by a Duncan RCMP last week. Club president Jack 
highway patrol car team. Bell, general foreman of Mac- 

Pursued at high speed the Powell's Franklin River dtvi- 
nearl»new car went out of con- gjon. was chairman of the meet- 
trol near the Malahat Chalet, j nR , n the division cookhouse. 


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Funeral services were held 
Monday in Sands' Victoria 
chapel for Sty lie Brown Ham 
llton, a former Nanaimo, Vic¬ 
toria and Duncan resident w ho 
died recently in his Cumber¬ 
land home after a long illness. 

Bom In Nanaimo 67 years 
ago. he entered provincial gov¬ 
ernment service In Victoria in 
3920 after losing a leg while 
serving with the army in 
France In 1917. 

He served as government 
agent or chief clerk In Cumber 
land. Duncan. Greenwood. 
Femie, Penticton and Nelson. 


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VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1964 


No. 285—106th YEAR 


It Is No Secret—To Neighbors 


Loudest 

Whistle 


SOMEWHERE ON VANCOUVER ISLAND — Victorian 
Robert Swanson want! the location of hi* hobby kept secret, 
but everybody for mile* around know* when ha’a at it. 

Chief in* pec ting engineer lor B.C. commercial transport 
department, he started testing whistles in 1951 on one of Crown 
Zellerbach’s Island tree farms. Now he has the only whistle 
and horn testing station in Canada. 

Mr. Swanson fears publication of the locale would bring 
vandal* who would undo the work of thousands of hours. But 
the secret is hard to keep, especially when the loudest of his 
steam whistles can be heard 40 mile* away. 

He tries to make his Inventions “sweet" to the ear. but 
loud—and it worts. A lot of ocean-going ships use his whistles 
and moat of the major railways in Canada and the U S. outfit 
their diesel treha with Swanson-invented whistles and boms. 


About 


OTTAWA (CP)—Within 
20 yean after it* incep¬ 
tion, the Canada Pension 
Plan will be costing Cana¬ 
dians more in benefits than 
it collects in contributions. 
Health Minister Judy La- 
Manh said Monday. 

The minister, introducing sec¬ 
ond reading of the mammoth 
and complex piece of legisla¬ 
tion in the Commons, said the 
most favorable actuarial fore¬ 
casts indicate that contributions 
combined with investment re¬ 
turns cannot keep the pension 
fund growing beyond 1985 
ECONOMIC ASSUMPTION'S 
She said however, that the 
range of estimates furnished by 
the chief actuary were based 
on basic economic assumptions 
'to guard against 


that sought 
the danger of underestimating 
the possible coat at the plan " 
Miss LaMarsh said it Is com¬ 
mon to all actuarial estimates 
“that by 1985 income to the 
plan from contributions, at the 
2.6 per cent rate, will no longer 
equal the full cost of the pen¬ 
sions being paid. 

CONTINUE TO INCREASE _ 
“On some of the projections, 
the interest on investments will 
for a time more than fill the 
gap, so that the fund will con¬ 
tinue to increase for part at 
least of the plan's third decade. 

“The highest of the chief ac¬ 
tuary's range of estimates for 
CaaUaasd m Page I 


Steam whistle inventor Swanson needs ear muff protection 


The two agencies 


Fears 

Clash 


Nickel 
Fare 
On Trial 


OTTAWA <CPI-Ifl the Tremblay said Ms febgatfcre 
tal'* view, the United States m| , ctinf of our core 

and Russia are Mtac a cMl- |ldeB0B ^ (blMclB , dtffl- 

sh>b course hi the United Na- cu||ki ln oth , r .ector* of 
tions with neither being pre- Uni t*d Nations activities will be 
pared ta deviate one degree 
from its present path. 

Informants said Mteidsy It is 
feared here that the US. re- 
fuss! to make Its annual tech- RAME AMOUNT 
Meal Bid pledge to the UN at The Canadian pledge totalled 
this time will alienate the so- 57,325.000—the same amount it 
called neutralists among the UN put up for this year's programs 
membership. * nd 52.500,000 more than It 

Th# support of the neutralists contributed for last year’s oper- 
wnuid he needed in the coming ations. 

showdown over the application Of the total, 15,000.000 will be 
of Article 19 of the UN charier, allocated for the UN special 
FRANCE TOO fund and 52.325.000 to the Ex- 

_ . panded Program of Technical 

Under this article, Russia 
and. in January. France face " 

loss of their votes in the Gen- 

era! Assembly for not paying ExeCUtiOf I Threat 

peace-keeping costs. 

Externa] Affairs Mlnjster 
Martin ha* said repeatedly that a ' 

Canada regards the application ■ AVIQTA 

at Article 19 as automatic. V«lUllCl/ JL 

DICK PAYMENT L? 

If Russia still refuses to help 

pay for UN peacekeeping but 1 L ~ 

retains it* assembly vote, Can- ■ ■II ■> I fr" 
ada'i Initiative in promoting 
more efficient peace - keeping 
missions m a y fall to the 

gmund. diplomatic sources said. LEOPOLD VILI.E (API— 
Such an occurrence would al- Congo rebels announced they 
low every UN member to duck planned to execute American 
peace - keeping assessments, medical missionary Dr. Paul 


WINNIPEG (CP)—A afwetal 
five-coat has rift la being pi* 
tided ■■ psib al Portage Ave- 
Me and Mala Street la down- 
Iowa Wlatapeg. 

A apokeamaa tor Ike Greater 
Wlaatpeg transit department 
said the flve-ceat fare will be 
tried for three months. The 
regalar fare is IS cents. 

The mave hope felly will ea- 
roarage downtown has e*r 
and possibly rat into transit 
deficits. 

The mate Involved Is a boot 
owe mile—between Balmoral 
and Market Streets. 


OTTAWA (CP)—The govern- (tested 30 per cent, and the I 
ment's redistribution bill, which Commons compromised at 25 
will pave the way for wholes.!*- eoaim t iaM point' 

changes in Canada's electoral concerned the appointments to 
boundaries, was given third and the 10 commissions. The origi-l 
final reading in the Common* na * bill said the prime minister 

and leader of the opposition 

Itionoay. ..~_.l.« a 


But there were only mild and 
indirect references to the larger 
issue during the session, 
equitably resolved '' and be- Soviet delegate Nikolai Fedol 
c * u * *' d j* 0, renko announced a pledge Idrn-I 

tlcal with this year’s contribu¬ 
tion : 2,700,000 rubles, equivalent 
io S3.900,000. He said it would 
be subject to the same restric¬ 
tions as this year's pledge, 
meaning that it could be used 
only to pay Soviet technicians. 

Fedorenko's only reference to 
the peace - keeping Issue was 
that his country supported UN 
operations "carried out in ac¬ 
cordance with the charter." 


Wilson 


Separate 

Force 

Rejected 


io Get LONDON (Reuters) — Prime 

Minister Harold Wilson hqs re- 
, ee 1} jected any idea of a separate 

I Jl VOft 1 3V European nuclear deterrent, de- 

j j scribing It as a dangerous pro- 

MONTREAL I CP) — Repre- , . h " 1 * lou *J. weakeB ,b * 

tentative, of the major Cana- ». 

. ,, aennn Wilson did not refer spectfi* 
dum railways and the 96^00 rally to any member of NATO, 
non-^ratutg employee, s.gned '^ ven beheved 
a labor agreement Monday to „, markl Mond . y nif , ht ^ 
pmv^ payment. for thee laid almpd , t Frcnrh president de 
off because of automat wo and G . uUei whos# declared policy i. 
technical progress. to build a separate independent 

The signing followed two years nuclpar f orce _ 
of negotiations, during which a * * * 

13.000.000 fund has accumulated Wilson, in a speech prepared 
from contributions by the rail- j or delivery at the annual ban- 

quet of the Lord Mayor of Lon- 
Under the plan employees don, said: 
with seven years or more of ‘ We see our purpose in the 
seniority are to receive pay- alliance as being to try to re- 


was one of the contentious Jack Bigg (PC—Athabasca) 
poiots. The bill originally said said the commissions should 
20 per cent, some members sug-lfake a realistic approach to the 


Carlson Monday in Stanleyville. I anxiously awaiting word from 
but then fell silent on his fate, the rebel* on Carlson, said the 
In Washington. Statr Secre-I negotiation broadcast, when it 
tsry Dean Rusk called the ]was reported Monday, offered a 
planned execution “an outrage- glimmer of hope but later they 
ous violation'' of international| ■*«<* **t* not optimistic, 

law. STAYED WITH PATIENTS 

Rusk asked Kenya's prime j Carlson, 36, of Rolling. Hills, 
minister. Jomo Kenyatta, to try | Calif.. was captured two months 
Io save Carlson's life. Kenyatta j ago by the rebels when he re- 
is chairman of an African com- fused to leave his Congolese pa- 
mittee seeking to end the Congo tients. 

civil war. The rebels charged Carlson 

The U S. embassy here said it with being a major in the U S. 
had had no direct word from armed forces and a spy. 
the rebels. US embassy officials here 

A Stanleyville broadcast Sun- said they were puzzled by the 
day announced the rebels rebels' offer to negotiate and in- 
"agreed in principle to an offer dicated attempts were being 
of the United States consul'* to made to make contact with 
negotiate Carbon's fate. Stanleyville through the Intema- 

Amer leans in Leopoldville, tional Red Cross. 


John D. Protests 
Removal of Quet 

OTTAWA (CP) 


with a population of 50,000. More 
than 1.000 Americans are sta¬ 
tioned in the city which is the 
site of the U.S. Army's 8th Field 
Hospital. 

In a separate report, the U.S. 
Air Force weal her central in 
Tokyo retried another typhoon, 
Louise, in the making It said 
the storm was located in the 
Palau Islands and was moving 
northwestward at 11 miles an 
hour. 


SAIGON (L'PI) — Typhoon 
Kate, with 100 miie-an-huur 
winds, hit flood and storm-'deva¬ 
stated South Viet Nam Monday. 
Tropical disturbances Inland 


Opposition raise the matter in the Corn- 
Leader Diefenbaker protested mom. 

Monday night against a citizen- -Every week this is a gov- 
ship department directive to rmment that seems to be mov- 
ntizenship courts ordering re- i ng ahead removing the things 


Joan had lashed the hard- 
pressed nation last week and 
flooded wide areas with heavy 
rains that took an estimated 
7,000 lives. 

The latest storm was aimed 
at the coastal city of Nhatrang 


hold this country together.” 

A spokesman tor Citizenship 
Minister Tremblay said the min¬ 
ister was not aware of the direc¬ 
tive. 

He said same of the judges 
used their own discretion and 
placed the Queen’s portrait ln 
the courtroom with the flags 
and coat of arms. Others used 
only the coat of arms and, 
flags in the courtroom. 

A spokesman for Citizenship 
Minister Tremblay said that 
about 10 days ago K. C. Foster, 
registrar of citizenship, in¬ 
structed the 10 citizenship 
from the wreckage of a light courts that the correct proce 
aircraft at Seymour Inlet, 240 dure was to have only the coat 
*nlies northwest of Vancouver. of arms and flags in lhe court 
The bodies were being flown room and the Queen's portrait 
to Port Hardy. in the judge's office. 

An RCAF spokesman said the He said it is in the Judge’s 


Trio Elevated 
By Soviet Chiefs 

—Page 5 


King Fisherman 
Entries Closed 

—Page 25 


Plane Dead 
Recovered 


By ALEC MORRISON tively debating whether the including such parliamentary tres, traditionally Libera)- 
mreAU'A iiTPii n* en itP cabinet had given a green veterans as External Affairs leaning. 

. . .. p , light to the calling of a general Minister Martin, Transport the younger cabinet minis- 

p o l c a sa re-ra g election in May or June. Minister Piekersgill and Privy ters, backed by many bright 

our prominent cabinet minis- Council President Mollrai.h, young backbenchers, see a 

t * rs , we * kend *° urc ” have little appetite for an golden opportunity for an elec- 

m°^i ” i ROVernm j “ “ Informants admit that a dif- election next year. They pre- tion in June, 1965. They point 
Monday a late spring election f„ eiKca i opinion in the ad vis- f e r to wait until 1966 when out that by then redistribution 

s no in he offing. ability and desirability of an electoral redistribution will be will be underway, the Canada 

* * * election at that time does ex- in effect. Liberal sources said. Pension Plan will have been 

Following speeches by Fi- 1st in the Liberal caucus. The passed, the national flag issue 

nance Minister Gordon. Agri- division lines can be drawn, in * * settled, and possibly a tax cut 

culture Minister Hays. Labor virtually all cases, along the Redistribution will undoubt- could be introduced in a spring 
Minister MacEachen and For- lines at age. experience and edly favor the government in budget—producing a very at- 

estry Minister Sauve, parti a- political seniority. granting heavier representa- tractive list of accomplish¬ 
ments ry "observer* were ae> The senior cabinet ministers, tion to Canada's urban cen- ments. t 


Visitors Cheer 
Victoria Hosts 

—Page 15 


Bridge 

Comics 

Crossword 


(iardea Notea 


Burglar Stole 
Hospitality 

—Names in News, 

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