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VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1967 


No. 302-109th YEAR 


Unrelenting Gales 


Waves Pound 
Shorelines 


Rampaging winds punched Vancouver Island 
Wednesday for the third time in less than a week. 
They caused more than $100,000 damage to seaside 
homes in Victoria, and blew the roof off a Campbell 
River apartment block for the second time. 

A 96-mile-an-hour gust was recorded at 3 p.m. 
at Campbell River. About 150 feet of temporary 
roofing was shorn from Sea view Apartments leav¬ 
ing five suites open to wind arid rain. The roofing 
was installed Saturday after Friday’s storm carried 
away the original roof. 

Weather officials offered little prospect of res¬ 
pite as new storms lined up outside the Island’s 
door. 

Several houses in Campbell River also lost their 
roofs during the height of the storm Wednesday. 


Thundering sea and house-high spray stirred up by storm at Ross Bay 


Premier 

Jaunty 

Returning to fail Jamly old 
Rett, NewfouBdlaad’a Premier 
Smallwood displays right aya 
■till somewhat paffy altar op- 
«ratios last week to repot* 
detached rctha. Premier ex¬ 
pects to ba out mi hospital la 
Toronto shortly.—(OF) 


121 Massacred , 
41 Cong Quit 


uor Rise for Schools , Welfare 


SAIGON (UFI) — Forty-one Viet Cong, in* 
eluding the entire 33 members of ■ guerrilla platoon, 
toned thamselvM is to Sontih Vietnamese authori¬ 
ties We d nes d a y in what was reported to be the 
largest mass defection of the war. 

The defection followed, but was not related to, 
a savage guerrilla attack on a civilian village in 
which at least 121 men, wdmen and children were 
slaughtered with flame throwers and hand gren¬ 
ades. The attack was described by American of¬ 
ficials as the wont civilian bloodbath of the war. 

The defectors led U.S. troops to an arms cache. 

The guerrilla massacre of civilians was In ap¬ 
parent reprisal for the village’s refusal to supply 
the Viet Cong with recruits, American officials said. 


— roughly, equal to th* fedrsl 
tsx Increase — was not ■ tax 
but an increased profit margin. 
"Liquor ! n ihis province 


an aside to reporters: “Out with 
the cigarettes!” But the only 
person smoking was W. C. 
Budd, the premier's executive 
assistant. He kept smoking, 
IMPORT BOOST 
Price increases, effective 
Wednesday morning, added 35 
cents to the price of a bottle of 
hard liquor and 20 cents to 
every half-bottle or mickey. 
Domestic and imported wines 
were boosted by five cents a 
bottle and champagne went up 
15 cents. 

Domestic beer and ale went 
up five cents for a dozen pints, 
but imported beer and ale were 
raised 10 cents. Liqueur prices 
were raised 35 cents for a 
standard bottle. 

CASH RESTRAINT 
Mr. Bennett was asked 
whether the price lftcrease 
would be Inflationary, at a time 
when the government was re¬ 
questing all sectors of the 
econtxny to show restraint. 

“I always understood in¬ 
creased prices stopped sales," 
the premier retorted. 

And when asked if he was 
trying to stop people buying 
liquor, which for the current 
year (before the price Increase) 
was expected to put more than 
J43,000,000 into government oof- 
fera, Mr. Bennett replied* “No, 
but I’m not toying to increase 
sales, either.” 

PROHIBITION OPPOSED 
In reply to another question, 
themselves." suggesting that If the govern¬ 
'd- ★ ★ ment thought drinking harmful 

The proposal amounted to it should get out of the liquor 
something like the Victory business, the premier said: 
Bond "war loans,” the pre- ‘Tm opposed to prohibition, 
mier said. He was asked if a because that would just lead to 
yield of 6% per cent was bootlegging." 

Oontinned on Page t After making his comments 

about how liquor and smoking 
* “punish" people, Mr. Bennett 

added: "This is a free, country. 
People have the right of choice 
^ 1 -w within the law.” 

I U mill He pointed out that peroen- 

ooa r Una s^rrvi.'s x 

usually greater at the retail 
level. 

y 'l’ 1 'EVERYTHING UP’ 

I gT|Af^l S "That’s ordinary merchandis- 
a. uuvt U ln g” Mr. Bennett said. “But 
the costs of advertising in 
newspapers, radio and TV have 
powdered milk, for example," gone “P mo T e In the past few 
he said, “but we haven’t had £ 1 ar V thftn 1,t}uor „ hai ' Ev * ry - 
mxy organizations which would th „ K K ° ne _ 

do that.” 0n the question of poaaible 

ir if ir saving on liquors imported from 

Mr. Bennett outlined the Britain, <* devaluation 

statue of the food fund — for J* J"™ 1 ** “ ld: 

the firet time to such detail — 1 don t thWc #*3^1 tvw come 


By IAN BTREET 
Legislative Reporter 

New profits from higher B.C. ___ > _ 

liquor prices, over and above doesn’t pay half the coeta it 
the amount needed to meet the create* in additional services 
boost in federal excise taxes, jjke policing, institutional care 
will help pay increased educa- an d social welfare,” Mr. Ben- 
tion and welfare coats, Premier n^tt said. 

Bennett said Wednesday. <*i think people punish them- 

He told a news conference the telve* when they smoke and 
B.C. share of the price increase drink.” The premier added, in 


Steel Hike 
Rapped 
By Johnson 


to go without electricity or WASHINGTON (UPD—Preri- 
telephone through the night and dent Lyrxton Jotmon urged steel 
early this morning, imtil repair and other U.S. industrial Wed- 
crews could catch up with the neaday to "refrain from a void- 
hundreds of reported failures. able prioe increases’* to avoid 

spiralling Inflation. 

Ha admonition oame to a 
IJ_7 J F7__ prepared speech before a U.S. 

IT) field up business council. 

* ■ “Vohmtary restraint has made 

Some homes were left stand- involuntary curbs unnecessary," 

"This is the way It 
should be done. This b the way 
'These are the most severe can ** done—4f business and 

_I____ said labor meet.their responsibUa- 

here, late Wednesday. resident George Roes. “It’e a " 

District marine agent Larry very grim picture." He told both aides that "tt if 

"■ . ~ ----- -—t Air Canada and B.C. Ferries S' 01 * economy — your job* and 

battling 85- official* aaid they hoped to be Profits we need to protect." 


office said. 


Local Bonds 
Suggested 

For Schools 


Santa Awaits 
Sinterklaas 


The 312,000,000 weathership 

OCGS Vancouver, which left ing less than six feet from the|** Ba “i 
Victoria Sunday morning, still fury of the sea. 
had not reached her post at Sta¬ 
tion Papa, 900 milea west of | results I have ever re 

resident George Roes. 


AMSTERDAM (U P 1 1 — Foreign Minister Joseph Luns. 
Sinter Maas flew to Canada They exchanged wisecracks 
Wednesday to call on Dutch until Sinterklaas asked Luns 
immigrant families following whom he considered the more 
his traditional three-week gift- important, the bishop or a 
giving visit to The Nether- cabinet minister, 
lands. 

The wttite-beattM bishop 
from sunny Spain tend his 
servant. Black Met, will 
spend six days to Canada, 
visiting hospitals and chil¬ 
dren’s homes and talking with 
newsmen. 


Slaght said the Canadian Coast 

Guard vessel was I " .. ___^___ 

mile-an-hour winds and heavy able to resume services eome- 
seas. time today. 

She had been expected to At the height of the storm 


morning, and Mr. Slaght said 
he did not know when she would 
reach her destination. 

Hie B.C. Pilotage sent out a 
request that deep-9ea ships pair 
up outside Victoria, to save the 
pilot boat crews a number of 
trips to sea. 

In the Cordova Bay area, 
high tides were boosted by the 
strong southeast winds to cause 
severe flooding and destruction. 

Eric McMorran, 5109 Cordova 
Bay Road, estimated damage to 
the 47 properties In the area to 
exceed 3100,000. 

"It’s one of the worst storms 
I’ve ever seen,” he said. 

Waves dug more than 30 feet 
into seaside gardens, 


Hardware at Hillside a n d tot al of $26,270,340 — including 
Quadra and Western Agencies, Jl,200,000 from Canada - was 
2019 Government, were blown pledged Wednesday by 33 coun¬ 
in, spreading glass inside the tries for the relief of Arab refu- 
OoatLaaed on Page I. gees In the Middle East In 1968. 


"Undoubtedly Sinterklaas,” 
mid Luns. 

“Thanks, said St. Nioolaaa, 
and handed Luns the tradi¬ 
tions! ohosetatter to mark the 
occasion. 


The patron saint of Holland 
and of the city of Amsterdam 
will meet his “opposite num¬ 
ber,” Santa Claus, who does 
his gift-giving on Dec. 25. 

Sinterklaas — today is his 
official birthday — said he 
would try to persuade the 
Canadian Santa Ctaua to be¬ 
lieve In the Dutch St. Nico- 


Day-Off Cost 
‘Too Much’ 


First Section 


Third Section 


OTTAWA (CP) ~ A Dee. 
8« Boxing Day holiday for 
federal civil servants was re¬ 
jected a gala Wedaesday la 
the Oommoaa by Reveaae 
Minister Bensoa. 

Beaaoa told Rtakasd A. Ben 
(PC—Garletoa) the holiday 
would coat S4.SM.Me to *5,- 
taO.OOt, “which I think Is too 
mneh.” 


Women 


Editorial 


Names In the News 
Theatre .. 


carried 

away about 4% feet of sand and 
toppled cement retaining walls. 

"The storm carved a new 
shoreline,” said Kenneth War¬ 
ren, 5065 Cordova Bay Road. 

Some log retaining walls were 
carried out to sea, and two 
boathouses collapsed after water 
swept away their foundation!. 


Fourth Section 


The bishop — some people 
aaid he looked Uke prominent 
Dutch actor and author God- 
fried Bom ana — ran into 
another traveller at Schiphol 
International Airport: Dutch 


Second Section 


Local News 


... 17, 23 Croaanrord 

.1» Bridge ... 

20, 21, 22 Cornice ... 


Courtroom Parade 


8 porta 


Cash Eases Hungry Christmas 


Christmas fc a mother’s wrote, “to see the wtotful way 
eyes shMng with the know*- my little girts eyed the food fo 
edge that her children do not the stores, too hungry to think 
have to wake up hungry and about dolls or toys.” 
pretend Ihat Dec. 25 is just * * * 

another day In the calendar. Mm. J is raising four little 
This was the way Mrs. J girls on welfare, a titanic task 
felt last year when the for a woman with little 
Cokxtist 500 Fund cheque for education and poor health. 
$30 arrived just before Christ- She had given up all hope for 
mas, at a time when she a joyous holiday when the 500 
hereeif waa beginning to doubt Fund cheque arrived, 
the magic of Christens*. "I am afraid I splurged a 

"It was heartbreaking,” rite htrie," she admitted, “but X 


thought the happiness they 
would receive front some little 
gifts would make the food 
taste better.” 


Donations may be made In 
the downtown area at the Ana 
Rent-a-Car offices ait 800 
Douglas, where there in plenty 

of parking. 

Donors may also mail or 
bring their gifts to The E»aily 
Colonist at 2631 Douglas. 

All proceeds from donations 
go directly to the 500 families 
chosen by loo at welfare agen¬ 
cies. 

Latest list of donations 
appears on Pag* 3, 


Mrs. J said she had more 
food in the house at Christ¬ 
mas than at any time in the 
two years since her husband 
deserted her. 

"I can only thank God for 
such wonderful neighbors as 
those people who mads this 
possible," she said. 

















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Itill (IMiinllt Victoria, B C., Thursday, December 7, 1967 


VANCOUVER (CP) ~ Sale of he sold Ms network for an I 
a series of Vancouver and undisclosed price, though details; 
Victoria drive-in and other ^ ** ° ompleted Unti1 

reotavranta and other food e try ' 
outlets to General Food* Ltd. of white Spot reatuaraqta, Ernie’s 
Toronto wea annowced Wed- Fine Foods, Industrial Catering 
nesday. Ltd. and other sfaUltieB and 


J\PPENE&\ 


WHAT 
TO THAT GAY, 


> SPIRIT OP < 
.ALA'S' NK3HT?y 


"Due to tha tremendous response to our V.I.P. Special, and 
ao that we may accommodate the many of you interested 
In this offer, we are extending it through Thursday, Dec. 7. 


1 HEALTH 
THIS 

CHRISTMAS 


Real, Live Star 
Loves Crumpets 


The luxury she’ll love 

Foil aad duster length ia gall ted, brushed an el, nylon, 
Batin, cords aad cottons. Small, medium, large aad out- 


DATING GAMEt When I 
left you yesterday I was all 
afire with excitement about a 
big date with an Ice Capades 
star — tea it the Empress. 

I settled on old school tie, 
dark suit, bonder and uribrella 
but fny date totally upstaged 
me in a check suit, varsity 
muffler and a button telling 
the world that "Happiness is 
a yellow banana." 

It wal a real, live star — a 
2 ^-year-old chimpanzee called 
Spanky. 

Not wiahing to blow my cool 
in front of a considerable 
crowd, I sat down with 
Spanky to tea and crumpets. 

For my part, I like my tea 
with a dribble of milk and two 
lumps, but Spanky ate the 
crumpets, drank the milk exit 
of the jug, and then tied into 
a second helping of crumpets. 

There ia good reason to 
believe that Empress conven¬ 
tion manager Jack McPherson 
had been tipped off in ad¬ 
vance, for the crumpets were 
soaked in honey and all of 
chimp society knows Spanky 
Is mad for honey. 

After the initial rush at the 
afternoon tea, Spanky held hia 
cup with hia pinky out and 
chattered for more crumpets. 

There were a few startled 
glances from the regulars who 
beneath the 


Mrs. W. W. Patterson was Callow, titled Ilfracombe. He 
fatally injured- in a car has a companion work by the 
accident Tuesday, Mrs. J. G. same artist in his collection of 

Chope stopped to see if she English watercolors. 
could help In any way. She □ 

was told by onlookers that on « 

no account was she to go near ■ Gert T u ? e 

the woman lying on the read. Om.imMb**. 

Mrs. Chope was told K is P* 1 item in the 

forbidden for anyone to touch JJ, come 8 from toe 

an accident victim. The in- P*r«h Digest of toe churches 
jured woman lay on the s * Nicholas and St. James 
blacktop. Not a soul moved to * n i* 16 London. England, area: 
cover her from the cold. She "We wonder how many of 
was totally alone. our readers know that there is 

One of the passers-by was » n announcement on a wall in 
so shocked at the scene that Blackheath advertising fresh 
she was taken into a nearby milk at fourpence (five cents) 
building and given a drink and ® quart. Now don't all rush 
placed in a chair. Still nobody Actually the advert is a relic 
went to aid the atricken for this wonderful bargain, 
woman. of the days before the First 

The bystanders insisted It World War and no longer 
was forbidden. Ths whole applies — much to our 

incident so angered and upset 
Mrs. Chope she phoned city 
police for advice on the 
matter. She says she was told 
it is unwise to move an 
accident'victim, but the police 
did say that covering a victim 
with a warm blanket was a 
great idea. 


FLANNELETTE 

WEAR 


Open a very Bight 'IU 


Short and long gowas and 
pyjamas. Also capris. 
Tailored aad fancy. In 
prints and plains. Small, 
medium, large aad pi! 
outsize. From ..... “ 


Alive with tha glitter of 
sequin and Jewel trim, 
prlnta and plains. Lace, 
chiffon, lame* crepe, 
brocade and araela ... 
A-llne, sheath and Tent 
styles. Regular and pe¬ 
tite and half alses, I 
to H. From 


(Except Sals.) 
Now ’til Christmas 


Lose Inches 
from 5 Vital Parts in 
only 30 days 


Pullovers and cardigans In bulky knits. Crew and turtle 
necks. 


_ All-wools, aertians and or Ions. 

Plain aad fancy knits. Including White Stag, 
Small, medium and large. Reg. li.85. ... 


sip thstr tea 
fronds, but nobody got really 
excited. After all, toe Em¬ 
press lobby has taken many 
strange scenes in stride. 

Next time the boys are up 
at the bar telling of their 
conquests and big times on the 
town. I can sit there straight- 
faced and tell of the day I had 
a date at toe Empress with a 
real, live swinger. 

Spanky will be on his skates 
with Ice Capades until Satur¬ 
day. 


For the Youngsters—Upstairs 


Ctats 

Corduroy, orloa pile. 
Wools and Tweeds. 
SPECIAL 

4 to «x. Reg. 1S.M 


HE’S RIGHT: Fred McGre¬ 
gor has a phrase or two for 
almost every occasion. If he 
does not have one on hand he 
makes one up right on the 
spot. He sends this gem for 
consideration. 

"Worry is just like a 
rocking horse. It keep* you 
going but it gets you no¬ 
where." 

Fred makes a good point 


ARTFUL BUYERS: Not all 
the buyers at the great art 
sale Tuesday went for the 
high-priced stuff. Wilf Lund 
knocked down a painting to 
Municipal Affairs Minister 
Campbell and one to Tory 
hopeful Eric Charman. 

Dan Campbell took home a 
Highland scene with long- 
homed entile, tilled Evening, 
by W. Davis, and Mr. Char- 
S AM A HITANS NEEDED: man was inspired by an 
Moments after 81-year-old English watercolor by William 


HE KNOWS: A Seattle auto 
wrecker advertises "rosd- 
tested parts." 


Your Good Health 


BOYS’ SUITS 


Girls’ Sweaters 


By Scout-Tax aad Tam-O-Bhanter In fully 
washable double knits. Attractive styles In 
plain #■ double bresstod, Including sailor 
suits. 

Rises X All Rises 4 AB8 


Pullovers aad cardigans, all 
machine washable. In white, 
orange, hot pink or yellow. 
Sizes g to 14. From.. 


Dear Dr. Molner: What is 
omentum? I noticed my navel 
protruding and waa told that 
was what It waa. la surgery the 
only answer?—E.D. 

Hie lining of the Inner 
abdomen is the peritoneum. 
Folds of it, containing fat, form 
a sort of an apron. TMs apron- 
like, latty protective portion Is 
called omentum. 

The bulge of your navel 
probably is an umbilical hernia, 
with omentum perhaps pressing 
through toe hernia. Surgery is 
probably toe only answer; these 
hernias tend to become worse 
as you grow older. 


with dinner?—M.A.D. twv mouths with much mucus. 

Assuming that there has been Do you think too much sugar 
no serious residual damage to aggravates it? What should I 
the liver, tilers would be no avoid to get rid of H?—M.C. 

I harm. 


KIDDIES’ 

UMBRELLAS 

la plain shades 
or patterns. Ideal 
for Christmas 
giving. A It 

From I 


First of all, get rid of the idea 
that your diet is oausing it. 
Next, accept the fact that a 


Dear Dr. Molner I I have a 
friend who aaya ahe has a 
ringing la her ears all the time 
but won’t go to the doctor 
because she is afraid. She says 
the is healthy. Oaa you tell her 
what to do?—M.S. 

For heaven's sake, what’s she 

afraid of? Ear noises are Note to Mrs. A.J.: Drawing | 
extremely common, usually blood i« one of toe recognized 
harmless but annoying. She methods of relieving polycy-J 
should go to her doctor to make.themia vera, which is an 
certain lhat hers are not a I overproduction of red cells. This 
Dear Dr. Molner: Is there any dangerous type. i car. result from various causes. 


GIRLS’ FLANNELETTE PYJAMAS 

Failover or button trout styles to fit slsei > to 1«, 
Reg. l.N to ZM . 


MEN’S ROBES 


Men’s Suits 

A special clearance group, sixes S5 to 46. 
Broken sixes in toll. All-wool worsteds, plains 
and checks. Assorted shades of browns, 
blues, greys and green. Reg. to 75.00 


Ftaanel, Dutchella, Terry Ooth 
and satin. In assorted rtripea, 
checks, platda. Shade* of blue, 
grey, green and wine. Small, 
medium, large aad extra large. 

Reg. U.M to IMS 


KING FACILITIES 
[SHIP AT NO | 


UDED 


tun bOOlbl ^ , 

■ MidlnMlNfefeiaa'oc- 

■ M.chHtcfil Manage Mi l,Dl 

nducizr • • «40 . 

a Private r*»T9WB0'H*ll, ' 
csnhollieihaWtrt 

■ r.ivnl, ln W r| boo 

0 Private laelraM 1 

a Individual piBfNMl BPd 


* Paternal ElacSical XMttfcig 


CLEAR 


DEC. 7, 1M7 , North Coast 

Gale warning 

Juan de Fuca. ___ _ _ 

•bowers. Little change in tem- Winds southeast 35, rising to 55 Vancouver 
perature, Winds southwest 35 « exposed areas. ox “ 

and gusty. Wednesday’s precipi- - FwFVtota 

tattoo nil; sunshine nil record Five-day outlook — Near nor- whttehore# ... 
high and low at Victoria 44 and mal tempera tores through Sat- Poland *""" 

88. Today's forecast high and unlay. More than normal pre- 
,_,r _._ *1 _...It I U* Anzelea .. 


Cloudy, few y*, rnon -- 

I , • j x , SaJmuii Arm 

in effect for showers mixed rain and snow. Grand Fork, 
rt/uviv IL i 111 e temperature chance. —■ 

iComox .. 

Prince Rupert 


ing mochioaf. / 

a Mild progiaMlva iMIiiMip 
exarcliiag APPM'f tui » 

• Figure contouring ond Riming 

machinal y/ 

a Magic piolila/aciatinachina 

• Coaipleltly Air Condition ad 
a Hydro- Swirtpool (resPhanl, 
a Finniih Sanaa iltnwMSn 


In cottons, with button- 
down and hlgb-boy col¬ 
lar styles. Assorted 
patterns. Rome perma- 
press. Small, medium 
and large. Reg. JM 
to I.M. ^ 


Regular and button 
down collsra. Conv. or 
French cuffs. Checks, 
•tripes and plain col¬ 
ors. 8 Lies 

UVt to 17.^ 


• Panned arrtfoon 


2U 13 Trace 

is a - 

2» 23 — 

29 22 Trace 


bast of. Vancouver 

Gale whitting in ef aukaioon ... 

■ • _(Prince Albert .. 

jy, oocaaional ««w-i Norm Battietord 
change in temper^ sjgtcummx .. 


On, over 
and undar 
Douglas 


I Tima Hi iTlfnt HtlTlma HllTlme Ht 
IHH txlBM. rtlau. rtiH.M. re 

T 102.30 2 . 7110.50 12 .pl.'. 

8 Iffl 00 8 . 9111.30 11 . 7 I 1 S.SS 1 0 2 S. 6 B 7.5 
9 UO 50 5 . 1113.55 11 . 4 U 9.30 5 . 91 ._. 

10 |M.efl 7.2 04 50 • 3:12 25 11.1119 50 5 0 

11 102 29 8 0105.50 7 . 5112.40 10 8 ' 30.13 4.2 
U 104.08 I. 9 I 07 . 0 S a5|U5fill0.6l20.38 04 


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BOYS’ FLANNELETTE 

BOYS’ 

PYJAMAS 

HOUSECOATS 

a terrific selection la stripes, pais¬ 

In tartan plaids, Craw¬ 
ford, McKinnon aad Black 

leys, etc. 

Watch. Bites * to ex. 

Rites 3 to 4 II Rises 8 to £9® 

098 


Reg. IEN 1 


8 M Bts# 

J to fl 

M MB 4 

is 4 (fl, Rises 7 

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Associated Homeowners Finance Ltd 


CALVERT 

GRAND PRIX 


FUhtNITURfi 


hflaflabaW. Victoria, B.C, Thursday, December 7, 1967 


Third Storm Hammers Island Homes , Shores 


'b Victoria about this time each position that wo get toes# 
+- year an caused by the south- storms early in December. 
'■ ward movement of the “heat- Places north and south of us 
equator” as the seasons change, get the aaroa storms the rest 


gale died Sunday, but built up 
again Monday night and Tues¬ 
day morning. 

Top gust erf the week recorded 
by the Gonzales weather office 
was 78 miles an hour at 6 a.m. 
Tuesday. 

City weatherman Allan Mc- 


buildings and outside on the mVHHRI 

street. 

Two maple trees, aged be- 
tween 1,000 and 1,500 years, 
were uprooted Wednesday at work today on a lilt 
Cowichan Bay on the png>erty lion, 
of Riverside farm. Franklin River divl 

-__ has had men laid off 

QUADRA CUT OFF snow , varying from 

The Quadra Island f e r ry , he low Blopes to Hve 
stopped running 10 A-* 11 - Hnd up, will also resum 
was not scheduled to r esume (1|irnest ^ morni 
service ixttfl this moaning. i^ake, which reported 
Farther south, at Courtenay, | ias had little trou 
local radio station CFCP was oft minimum of layoffs 

■* SEAS CALMING 

towers on Dyke Road were 

brought dawn by strong winds At the mouth of 

at midday. Canal, a Cape Beale 

The Albemi Valley escaped \ m 

wind damage, but basements In moderating late 
the city area were badly flooded ™B nt - 
by almost an Inch of rain. "Seas are 

McCoy Lake weather office re- ^ w |" d 18 0 
parted 6.39 inches of precipita- v sai(1 - 
tion for the first 5^4 days of 
this month. 

Cameron logging division of until press 


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we’re gnaduaffly beginning to 57. 
hold our own,” a spokesman lt tti JC CHANGE 
The road to Toflno (which was said tote Wednesday night R began to build up early 
left without power from 5 p m. RURAL OUTAGES Wednesday morning, but by 

, i time) has been The Cedar area end Nanooee 7:30 p.m. had dropped to 45 

has) covered in parts by snowfalls of Bay, near Nanaimo, were miles an hour, 
days UP to 14 biehes. Higher falls are among the district* left without "And there isn’t going to be 
, ^ reported in the passes. power, Hydro supervisor Dick much change for the next day 

n to 1 Snow tires and/or chains are Reay said. or so.” a weather official pre- 

-— “There have been a lot of die ted, 

rural outages, especially in toe Storms began to batter the 

■ exposed areas. Depasture Bay 

was an again «t 6 p.m. after 
being off for more than an 
hour,” he said. 

B.C. Hydro crews spent 24 
hours an toe Job restoring pow¬ 
er to regularly hard-tot Post 
Renfrew, finally oampfeting toe 
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I After Mr, McNamara 


) ELECTION PAY 


Will War Escalate? 


An Independent Newt pa per 


By ANTHONY HOWARD tram Wuhligtoa 


th# hawks won?" Washington to wonder hard 
fl a headline in a about the real significance of 
n e w apapee frnmedl- McNamara'* Impending move, 
die news broke that Even ao normally balanced a 
: McNamara waa to political figure ax Senator Mika 
entagon. Hie general Minefield, the Senate Demo- 
here la that they cratic majority leader, haa 
already registered hli appre- 
* when henekjns lest the aeoratary’a 
^ departure lead "to a further 
_ r , eaoalatkn of Ihe Vietnam con¬ 
flict." Practically every ''dove’ 11 
on Capital Hill hat eohoed that 
| fear. 

Robert * * * 


Milan mn fMTMM wrapt HentM *r Ttm 

Colon)it PuMUheri Limited, *t *1 Douctai Street. 
VMorl*. BC. ArthorM u mood clue m*U hr 
u* raw Office DiniUtm , Ottawa, tad lar partnent 
ot poetise In caitL AD mdellvertd copln or any 
nntlrn reipectln* cbaeeai si eddreie *ra to be wot ta 
the Ikni Mew. Member Audit Bureau ot OrculeUoM. 


AW Home/... 
I’M Too Boshed 


ROT1ARD BOWER 
Publisher and Editor-in-Chlef 


Vie i i ftu M papers 
Jotraon adnttnstration 
made avalUbie, will anyone be 
■We to say tor certain just what 
p r sa w a w a lor renetatirvi of the 
Vktaam conflict 
McNamara haa been restating Nor have the anxieties been in 
these past few months, But any way allayed by Senator 
there ta mnfanous agreement Robert Kennedy’s dramatic visit 
among the "dove*" on Gapttta to the Pentagon to talk to hie 
HM — apparent even In their former cabinet colleague the 
currant laments ovw the night the reports of Mr. 
defence secretary's hnpendtag McNamara's resignation first 
move to the presidency of the bounced back here hum Lon- 
WcrM Bank — that Iw, mar den. To many If has appeared 
than any other member of the highly unlikely that Senator 
has TTpr rar r h ii Remedy would rota to hit old 
the -vuftoa of waa tae In the frirod's aide If flw raaignatkn 
nrikn'i higheat war couneta. really were the kind of roubna 

personal decision Chat govern¬ 
ment source# here am now 
trying to main out. 

In moat ayes such an un¬ 
planned visit — it had been 
intended to be unobserved too — 
only makes tense either if 
McNamara had finally felrt 
'McNamara’s | impelled to break with the 
president or if the president 
himself in the light of some 
coming war policy decision had 
suddenly encouraged his leading 
cabinet member to go. 

Neither of those alternative 
sttuattona ean be sakl to offer 
much rsuiuranoe to Hxm who 
have scene to tea in Ihe Sl-yeer- 
oM "strong-man” elvtUaa 
defence sto ro tary the sola in- 
1 suranoe that die nation haa 
I against military insanity. 


Why Rush? 


A FTER FOUR YEARS and the expenditure of some 

^ t fho mvtl flAmmiccinn nn hilinmiolicm 


1 v $7,000,000 the royal commission on bilingualism 
and biculturalism has come up with its first report— 


with nine more to go. 


The initial report, which was tabled Tuesday In 
the House by the prime minister, concerns itself exclu¬ 
sively with some aspects of bilingualism and contains 
14 recommendations designed to extend the use of the 
French language throughout Canada. 

Having waited this long for the commission to 
produce the first of its fruits of labor it might reason¬ 
ably have been expected that any consideration or 
judgment on its findings be delayed until such time 
that its complete 10-part report has been presented. 

However, in his perhaps understandable desire to 
live up to his reputation as Canada’s greatest cham¬ 
pion of national unity, Prime Minister Pearson has 
decided to precipitate action by announcing that he 
will place it on the agenda for the federal-provincial 
constitutional conference slated for early next year. 

Whether his decision to act this quickly on an 
unfinished Job Is a wise one at this time remains to be 
seen. Certainly it is doubtful if his enthusiastic recep¬ 
tion of the commission’s findings will be matched by 
the majority of provincial leaders—upon whom the 
decision to implement most of the recommendations 
must rest. 

Though the fact that only three of the 14 steps 
advocated by the commission to establish linguistic 
equality across the nation rests within the federal 
Jurisdiction with the remaining eleven falling under pro¬ 
vincial or joint authority may not overly concern the 


*» « Way It ta aurtna tota tote 

■htxdd be ao. Far art y two 
yen ago K was common — 
and in certain Mbend drabs 
fashionable —to refer to Ihe 
whole American Vietnam in¬ 
volvement *a s 

war." It was probably an unjuk 
charge then and it to obviously 
an untrue on* today. 

On the bombing at the North, 
on American kuopa terete In the 
South, on Ihe demand tor ■ 
landtag bcMnd toe Damititaitesd 
Zona Hta (ha Mun l an dtag of 
the Korean war, It haa been 
McNamara's band tart has 
bayed th* mo u nti ng nritwy 
and poUttoal pressure tor a 
drastic widening of Hie ocnQkrt. 

Yet after oeven yean in oMce 
the defence secretary — as be 
sold be Ihe first to aon w de — 
oamot escape all rapostability 
tor Ihe way ta which Vietnam 
has been permitted to develop 
torn a military aid profema to 
« toi-soala war with more 
American troops com m i tt e d 
■than ever ware Involved ta 
Korea. 

Com more to court k # to 

but It denxmreted that the fa** <* Jo wtotaa , These who know Mm beta 

new Tcry tatty wm ret tai that to to to claim Hitt U one thing haa wom TT la possible At last ta see the 

dorp. There ware soma ary Mr. Stanfield remain a aofid, down McNamara'# aenfid tax g ta X beginning ot the end of th* 
red Meter — over oapf- reaponabto pofillsal Agree wtih reaent months and eroded tta eurioua p o wer for destruction 
tai puntatonent wShta the peaty. I fins record behind Mm In ftww retailsnoe, It la a that Uei ta the mnpiwriul 
And again Mr. Stntaeid was Nova Scoda. Hta appeal Is net haunting fear that In advttang France at Charlee de Guile, 
mads to appear awkward. going to be anything Wee that of two uooeatave pr a ttk n t a to Some here and abroad who have 
In euoceedtag days he cotv John Diefenbaker or even ratae Ihe Makes ta Vietnam he tolerated or even spurred an hta 
ttaued to move taneerty. Mke Lester Pesreon. Mf tawv *. bM ° *** • savaga trreipurelblllly, so long 

aomaone w alki n g on cgfiihrfb. He conttauea to I mp rem wfih fncmanertoel red tangle btct of as it was confined largely to 
He did not eparkle during file Ms courtesy, Ma taleOecrtuta Judgmert. inlptag at the Vietnam war 

ctlfioal question period. Ha dkd capacities and hta tategrtty. he ft arid navw to have policy of the United States, ore 

ret give the go v ern m en t a real Ptetiaps Mr. Sta n field Is a boso able to come to taros wMh drawing back At last. 

? fc #1> ^ Vl ^ mn It would be good If one could 

"TiiTiS ** wanting ta 

principls; but It Is necaaasry ta 
tmtvric^y kwtaad ftmt their Minding 
U * ht ‘inversion wren, to 

f rerenouare ta «ww Mrrie- „_,_ U „ L u 

■ „ ^ nave a dollar api ipu It. 

OertMreT'nS uo. The prkna mTOtata ot Can- 

_ 1«MP Person, for Wu- 

ritvehrjei fratlon - ■* la5t «»pies the 

imve been Mnto re arofii . QuiSe degtnK . tivw m0 nomania of 

Charie. d. Gaulle lor whet H 

the MmMed nttfiary gttra that IrrSr^I 

toe NosS’S'to^^w^taSlJ and to rule all toe Wert 

- or to ruin it. For de Gaulle Is 

arm woret striking now not only at toe 

‘ t* ZOZ psfiret and fcnely eftort of the 

™ 2?TL ,fc £S sr.Sr.r.f£2L5 

w5»i5iL U dw-r« H 

T' «« * “* principle from toe Nata totaU- 

'reahwarter prtvw< * de«an^. tarisnism that crushed si supine 

****** * to to France itaelf A generation age 

reclaimed. An American columnist, for ex- until British end Amtrlcan 
necessary ample, who wrote in September troops came to her rescue. 

■nd fights miggvstkig that McNamara had Now, de Gaulle is making 


364W#Ay»R 


Ottawa Offbeat 


Another Look at Mr. Stanfield 


'THE honeymoon Is just about 

1 over far Conservative leader 
Robert StarileM. 

Thta period at sweetness and, 
flght began with Ha vtotcry at 
Toronto ta tot Tory toadefjship 
convention. 

He has been jita a fitfie Mt 
bigger than Me since that 
moment of Mriorie gtory. 

But Ihe dawn began ihe day 
after Ms first attempt to tanMe 
the government In s non 
om dMenoe motion. 

Mr. SlantMd had paired wlto 
Prime Mariater Leaster Pearson 
who had gone to London to pick 
up some txivendty degrees end 
the freedom of Ihe city. 

The Opposition lost toe vrie 
with Mr. Stanfield sitting back 
in his chair looking deckkriy 
awkward. 


By GREG OONHOUUEY 


prime minister, it worries co-chairman Davidson Dun- 
ton who openly expressed his doubts that any province 
other than Quebec would adopt the recommendations. 

Mr. Dunton’s misgivings may be well just ified, 
for as desirable as some of his committee's sugges¬ 
tions may be their practicability is questionable from 
both an economic and administrative point of view. 

It may also be anticipated that the remaining 
reports now being prepared by the commission would 
have considerable and valuable bearing on matter* 
already railed by the first submission. Indeed it would 
seem only reasonable to suppose that if the problem 
of lingual and cultural separation of Canada is to be 
dealt with at all, it should be dealt with only when all 
facts and pertinent evidence are available. 

Canada haa already waited four years for this 
to be done. When the entity of this country itself may 
be at stake, what harm is there in extending our 
patience for ahother year or so? 


TFie nett day ta Hie Octiserva- 
tlva caucus MPs Murrty told 
Mr. Stanfield they were un¬ 
happy over what to had done. I 


# luuiunu me wung uuy ’ Tt^ .atd t* had erred red had humor red It re. genre*? 

^ from Thursday to Saturday has not achieved mad „ MtImM ^ ^ party «r*«d ta to tod tan a 
the aim of bridging out more voters, according to ^ ^ moo— - e oat a mafic*. 

Municipal Affairs Minister Dan Campbell. The theory The party leader was told by Then wm fiita vote and Mr. 
behind the change, as argued time and time again at one western member i "I wont a ■ 

meetings of th* Union of B.C. Municipalities before leader who k**k." _ Holland Winning Bat 

proponents were at last successful in persuading the Mr^s t*nti -5- 

government to alter the day, was that on Thupdays **£1 • • 

people were at work and many could not find time to ^ ^ nsrister He DfRltlll 

vote; on Saturdays, in their free time, more would pmn ^, to p^p^te «iat L/I allllJ 

turnout . ^ , K-J _ Aav ldndof fi»f again. q EVEN hundred and fifty, 

Some delegates countered that on their day on, ^ httj.i ehortwrok* on S thousand golioM ol water! 
people wanted to Use their time for I TCreational or ^ Stanfield's part hafl a minute ora pawing over the: 
other personal pursuits, and would not be bothered j n Ottawa tatong m®* kxw at ^ ^ new dyks which 
vot&lg. Apparently they Wire right him — a harder, tnugher shuts off South Flsvoland, on 

ExD*rience in the forthcoming election in vie- scrutiny than he had prevtamly ax%M ^ 1M ,000 acre*, which 

♦nrta mav indicate if interest can be stimulated by experienced _ represents Holland's latest 

other means. This year the d »is offering SMn JXA S-TS STt w.S? 1 """' ** “* 

w “ ,uy ■“ 

paign to lead them to exercise their rights an He <*atne to ParUsment Htn was <j u8 to start the pumps 

gponsibilities. like a knight in shining arm or, vvorking on Oct. 18 a storm 

But on a provincial scale it might be worth con- His triumph In Ihe convention, gouged a great gap In the dyke 
sidering also if it would be worthwhile to move the ** fine speech^ «*where one ii«. hri. hod been 

rniinWnnl election dav to another time of year. Early "“"‘y manner had cotnbtoed to left Jo be filled during the 

municipal election Clay to snoiner ume Ol year. y create a land c< legend. official Seirewiy. But the gap 

December is hardly hOtable for theclemerjcy c« U* Pr.., radio ^ Mevtetan has now been etaaed again and 

weather. Perhaps even more important, the provided th« row Nova m six monia' tim* HoUaul win 

approach of Christmas engages the attention ol almost premier wun iremw**** have snother dry area whose 

everyone* and makes this a busy time. Appointing a ooverage and Oimaat afi of It first Inhabitants are expected fat 
day a few weeks earlier possibly would make a decided was highly favorable. 1970 . 

difference. A fter “* ♦ 


By SUE MASTERMAN 
from The Hague 


the House of Ooenxnee* Mke • have shown that the first 

r* k i±^ < J? e Sn He were P^v. dyke, were bulk 

have a marie on him. Immense ramparts and the •round the yt*r 1000 «** 

ad work ^ 

^ 5 the sea at bay. attes saoh •* tround 1200 AD * 

m -v. ' Amsterdam. The Hague, The windmills of Holland ware 

Bfrfcroe, PrtntoMkitata UfiteP utrecht and Rotterdam lie built to pump the water out of 

was signed fiw uod n^y betow Hit high prater «* ondoaed areas, but It was 

guy rcle almaugh he wosnt nuirk> ij^ m,in oirpcoi* ■chi- not until the invention of the 
ertkriy eonMng In Bia put ^ u j, fiBt below sea level, steam pump that large areas 

* * * There tte comtant reminders under water could be drained 

It had been Hi recent tinea feat vigilance is necessary, and converted into agricultural 


I T IS NOT UNCOMMON in the help wan ted, m ale, 
columns these days to find the word aggressive. 
Aggressiveness is, apjmrentiy, A virtue In the modem 
world of commerce, despite what the dictionary my* 
about It The Concise Oxford says to aggresa la to begin 
a quarrel; aggressive means "of attack; offensive; ms- 

posed to attack.” - 

This is an example of the way the meanings or 
words may gradually change. The advertisers are not 
looking for quarrelsome, offensive salesmen, we can 
be sure. They are looking for self-starters and go- 
getters. 

Nevertheless, though definitions may grow old- 
fashioned, this it not what is bothering the United 
Nations about the word aggression. It’s just that mem¬ 
ber nations cannot agree on the present meaning of 
the word. No matter that, according to Canadian 
re p r e s e ntative Mr. Hugh Faulkner, MP, the search for 
a generally acceptable international definition has 
been going on for more than 40 years. 

What may surprise some Canadians In this re¬ 
spect is that Canada sees no hurry to define aggression. 
In a Martinish manner of speech, Mr. Faulkner said as 
much in a recent statement to the General Assembly: 
that Canada had in past questioned the desirability 
and utility, in light of international atmosphere, of coh- 
tinuing the search for such a definition; that nothing 
had happened to change this opiiiloh, but as in the 
past Canada would, of course, not wish to oppose any 
decision in favor of making a renewed effort to draft 
a useful definition. 

Mr. Faulkner, granted, gave cogent reasons for 
not expediting the drafting of a definition: Canada’s 
doubt that it would ever Be possible to reach sufficient 
agreement; th* possibility that either a general or an 
enumerativ* definition would enable an aggressor to 
justify hif aggressive acta by arguing that they did not 
fall within the definition; the chanc* that differing 
interpretation* could delay action to maintain peaoe; 
the fact that the subject had been used for cold-war 
polemics. 

• However, it doe* stem possible in these circum¬ 
stances that by the time the United Nations finally has 
decided what aggression means—or used to mean—it 

win bare baooma a nice word. 


tio and congressional specula¬ 
tion tftat he and General 
Westmoreland did not enjoy the 
most cdrdisl ta relationships 
and that the general would 
before too kng be summoned 
back from Vietnam to take 
some honorific post at home. 
Not content with Issuing an 
angry denunciation of the 
when Ihe present schemes are reports the defence secretary 
completed, something else Is evWl wcf)t to ^ knpth 

After The completion of the Zuider ,u ^* to IoBow - Teams of Dutch haying private letters written to 
nfully Zee scheme will mean that ^ Screen *re alreadyreclalin- editors who bid carried th* 
1953 Holland is at last winning the fa"** •**•* J* fertile land R tnrles rebuking them for cast- 
lond'i battle with ft* tot. Geophysical «« « touto Arnett ^ "an tmwarranted slur" on 

term, conditions are working agalnat *■ *2j* if*™* both himself and the general, 

ream, toe very existenc. ta the » ft VSlSS ^»ttr to.thU ease nor to tha 

bean country. The land la atnktof to 18 ® 4 . ° * <wm T ct< r‘ human incident with Ihe colum- 

the relation to oea Isvol and lines Mrstt faf to D orm mi Morey ntet was there much evidence ta 
cm in toe year 1200, one mWou ten* n ? rth,m . “TttL™! *■ eool dtivaealaiito eentputer 
, One hundred Bioueand ecres have tuw soM Hia to CMBa mcsc^jn which has won him on 

rtopte been lost and 1,285,000 gained. »rward to 1849. Tne pre-eminence In 

ad to Ihe keaee have been along the Dutcfa ar, ^ u I f r,1 * trnt r,w ‘ the caMnrti ta President Ken- 

d lost seashore and the gains from Ihe _nedy olid President Johnson. 


COST or UVIHO* 


Today in History 

4 By THE CANADIAN PRESS 

Canada formally declared war United Itatae dial 
on Japan 26 yean ago today — AUitrla-Hung 
In 1M1 — tally houn after Seislmol on the 
Japanese aircraft bombed the wee aaptured by Ai 
United States tar end naval troops; British (on 
bass at Pearl Harbor, The positions at La Vai 
prompt action made Canada the Cambrai area an 
jilrst of the Western Allies to Front. 

I enter a state of war officially Wortd y 

The Uhited States and Britain flv# ag0 tod 

deebred war bee. 8. _ about 2 „ Japa| 

1842 — Mary Queen of Soots were destroyed by 
was born. in New Guinea; Ri 

IIW - M.r.h.1 Ney 

eveented northwest of Stallr 

executed. Spitfires attacked 

Ilrel World Wart Fifty years military camp ta 
■go today —■ to 1817 tha northsra Fronoo, 


to this eftlir. 


really isn’t terrtofy right on 
Vietnam, either. 

I IMnUt. un. 


"If money continues to depre¬ 
ciate toe national defat, Is tree 
value, will only be 87.81." 


Perhaps inevitably it Is this! 

type of memory the] is now 
causing n lot ta people in 















Ht KJHtSI 


Sense of Security Offset by Moral Indignation Explains Paradoxical View 


recently, Japanese and 
America* strategic interests 
coincide In a very large 
measure. There is complete 
agreement on Japan ass lining 
greater economic responsibili¬ 
ties in southeast Asia to help 
stabilize this region, though 
for the present Japan is 
contributing only about 0.6 per 
cent of its annual groat 
product, instead of the prom¬ 
ised 1 per cent. 


American investments, the 
United States, it seems to me, 
will increasingly shift the 
weight of her interests and 
attention from Europe to the 
Pacific. 


threat. Even if China Is 
arming for defensive rather 
titan aggressive purposes, as 
many Japanese believe, they 
are anxious to prevent her 
from becoming a major com¬ 
peting force in southeast Asia. 

It is on this aspect that 
Japanese poMcy if focussing. 
The Japanese government is 
heing pressed by the United 
States and by the Soviet 
Union, each in its own way, to 
help to contain China. 


ests are still hesitant, and so 
is the Japanese government. 

The sums involved are 
huge, and there is also the 
question to what extent this 
would increase Japanese de¬ 
pendence an Russia, but one 
or two of the offers are Mkely 
to be accepted if an agree¬ 
ment on ti»e price can be 
reached. 

Despite the disagreement 
over Okinawa, which Premier 
Sato defused on his visit here 


By HENRY BRANDON 
o! the London Sunday Times , 
from Washington 

America’s stand in Vietnam 
has given Asian countries a 
new sense of security and has 
given their governments a 
better chance to put their 
house in order. But in the 
process she has also lost 
much of her moral capital in 
Asia. 

-It was in this paradoxical 


The things he did 
to some juniper berries 
are unspeakable* 


SATUROW 

isjUOTlOH 

VICTORIA 


The Sato government has no 
Intention of challenging the 
American - Japanese security 
treaty when the first oppor¬ 
tunity arises in 1970, and 
quietly it is also increasing 
the so-called self-defence for¬ 
ces with full American ap¬ 
proval 

Judging by remarks made 
to me by high officials, 
Japanese insistence on a 
clause allowing for a recon¬ 
sideration of the nuclear non¬ 
proliferation treaty every five 
years and the long-term de¬ 
sire not to remain dependent 
on American protection, imply 
that Japan will enter a new 
phase. It will increasingly 
assume greater responsibili¬ 
ties in the area and therefore 
sooner rather than later seek 
entry into the nuclear club. 


summed up for me the effect 
of the U.S. intervention in 
Vietnam. 


The Japanese realize that 
with their growing economic 
and industrial power they 
must assume greater respon¬ 
sibilities. But they are still 
groping for the moat effective 
way. The Russians would like 
to see them shift their eco¬ 
nomic and financial interests 
from China to the develop- 
mmt of Siberia. 

They are dangling such 
tempting bait as a coopera¬ 
tive profit-sharing arrange¬ 
ment for the production of 
natural gas on Sakhalin, and 
for the exploitation of copper 
mines and lumber in Siberia. 


Asians appreciate the 
American security umbrella, 
because they have become 
Apprehensive of China. They 
prefer that somebody else 
6 ho old bear the cost and 
responsibility for security, but 
at the same time they are 
critical of the bombing in 
Vietnam and also of what 
they consider an over-ideolo- 
gically motivated American 
foreign policy. 

It is not necessary today for 
Secretory of State Dean Rusk 
to speak about the danger of 
“a billion Chinese armed with 
nuclear weapons.” The Asians 
themselves have become in¬ 
creasingly worried about 
China. 


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Tomabgn,Yo n iie cJ a 
number of rather exotic 
ingredients. Including 


of the best Italian juni- 


Some? of these projects are 
on territory claimed by the 
Chinese. Not since the 1920s 
have the Russians made such 
offers to attract foreign capi¬ 
tal. Japanese financial inter- 


tnterted br city o< Victoria 


In the Pacific there is a 
visibly growing common in¬ 
terest between the three main 
groupings: 

• The economically well- 
off Japan, South Korea and 
Formosa. 

• The economically weak 
Indonesia, Malaysia, Singa¬ 
pore and Thailand. 

• Australia and New Zea¬ 
land. 

One of their common inter¬ 
ests is to promote each other’s 
economic development, an¬ 
other is to fend off Chinese 
Influence, but no one wants a 
formal alliance. 


day discovered that if 
you took the berries and 
...well, something excit¬ 
ing happened. 

You could make the 
best tasting gin ever. So 
naturally, he did. 

200years later we still 
do. And Gordon’s is now 
the largest selling gin in 
the world. — 


Nothing is more striking to 
tile traveller in Asia than the 
all-pervasiveness of American 
power and influence. Every¬ 
body thinks in dollars as if no 
other currency existed. 

Bangkok's traffic and bill¬ 
boards make you feel you are 
in a suburb of Los Angeles; 
and in Japan, where St was 
once fashionable to emulate 
European ways, the American 
style is the vogue. The 
watchword ia joy through 
success. 


Devaluation 
No Quick Cure 


Still made everywhere to die same 
secret formula. 

And, so that it always remains a 
secret, what Alexander Gordon did to 
those berries must always remain 
unspeakable. 

You always could buy a botde of 
Gordon’s though. And let it speak for 
itself. 


This has given the Japanese 
economy the dynamism which 
makes her the third most 
important industrial power in 
the world. And so Europe, at 
least in terms of power, has 
virtually vanished from the 
Asian scene. The British still 
enjoy a certain respect, but 
Singapore and Hongkong be¬ 
gin to look like left-betund 
baggage. 


By HAROLD MORRISON, from London 

Despite devaluation, Britain is likely to have deficits in 
its international accounts until 1969, says the National 
Institute for Economic Research. 

The institute is an independent body supported mainly hy 
foundation grants. It’s prediction* by skilled economists have 
sometimes clashed with government opinion but the institute 
has shown uncanny ability to measure trends. 

After the pound was devalued Nov. 19. the Labor 
government estimated Britain would start showing surpluses 
in its payments accounts in the seoend half of 1968. The 
institute, in a review published today, suggested 1968 as a 
whole will show a deficit of about £175,000,000. 

This would fo&ow an estimated deficit of £300,000,000 to* 
the current year. 

★ ★ ★ 

These deficits have been at the heart of Britain’s 
currency crises, with reserves of foreign currency and gold 
drained by payments for imports end other necessities 
exceeding money received for exports and other foreign 
purchases in this country. • 

The government anticipates Britain must start showing 
an over-all surplus in its accounts of £500,000,000 a year and 
expects this will come in 1969. With this the institute agrees, 
providing the government succeeds in restraining the British 
consumer market to make sure more production is sold 
abroad. 

There has been much speculation in the British press that 
the government may take advantage of a substantial 
improvement in the currency reserves in 1969 by calling a 
general election two years before its mandate expires in 1971. 

★ ★ ★ 

The institute emphasizes there is a large element of 
guesswork in assessing the timing of devaluation benefits. 

"Certainly, people should be prepared to see a temporary 
worsening in the balance of payments before the beginning of 
any improvement.” 

Devaluation will mean higher costs for British industry 
and consumers. The price increase on imports may come 
rather quickly, it says, rising to about 13.5 per cent - - almost 
the full amount of the pound’s 14.3-per-ccnt price cut. 

The institute makes these estimates of price increases on 
imports: Food, 10 per cent; bdfopages and tobacco, 13.5; raw 
materials 15.5; oils and fats, le; chemicals 14.5. 

Export prices also arc expected to rise, but more slowly 
— perhaps by about seven per cent next year. This would 
result from higher wages and higher costs of imported raw 
materials. 


The Japanese government 
would probably have advised 
the United States against 
intervening in Vietnam, had it 
been consulted. Today,, how¬ 
ever, It would not went the 
Americans to withdraw except 
after an honorable settlement. 

This feeling is shared by the 
leaders .in Indonesia. 
Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand 
and Burma, not to mention 
Australia and New Zealand. 
But, I fotmd no Asian states¬ 
man, including those In touch 
with Hanoi, who feK he bad « 
solution to this prob l e m . This 
a s sumption is widespread 
among them that Hanoi's 
position has hardened and 
that it expects to be the 
principal victor in the 1968 
American elections. 


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Whenever I asked Asian 
students where they would 
like to study if they had their 
choice, they invariably re¬ 
plied: "In the United States 
or Japan.” They are preoccu¬ 
pied, with economics and 
mesmerized by the promises 
of technology. 

"If only we could score a 
technical breakthrough as did 
Japan with her transistor 
revolution,” exclaimed an ex¬ 
asperated Indian economist. 


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There is great uneasiness 
over the uncertainties about 
further escalation of the war, 
and th“ bombing of North 
Vietnam saps American 
moral capital among Asians. 

It is difficult to talk today 
about a balance of power in 
Asia. The Pacific is the Mara 
Nostrum for the United States. 


The Japanese are still re¬ 
luctant to draw quite the 
same conclusions from events 
in China as Washington or 
Moscow. History and their 
traditional economic interests 
continue to influence their 
judgment. 

They do not hate the 
Chinese. Their distaste for 
Mao's Chine is vaguely like 
hi at of Americans for de 
Gaulle's France. They are 
reluctant therefore to antago¬ 
nize Pelting. 

But they have come around 
to the belief that, at least in 
the shorter run, until China's 
revolutionary fires die down. 
Peking will be a serious 


On my recent ton - 1 had the 
definite impression that a new 
sense of purpose, of co¬ 
operation, of a regional feel¬ 
ing, is developing under the 
Amerioan nuclear and dollar 
umbrella. It is sparked pri¬ 
marily by economic self-inter¬ 
est, but also by fear of China. 

Considering the potentiali¬ 
ties of this region, its growing 
vitality and the enormous 


Ford as auspicious. Then be Inside the clay in the cranial 
found that mdnute fragments cavity there was a bit of stone 
around a damaged rib in the that might have been a 

girl's skeleton were iron. spike, exactly the size of the 

So it appeared she had been hole in the skull, 
struck a heavy blow. He as- Someone had driven a spike 
semblcd the fragments of the into the giri’a skull. But why? 
skull and all fitted except for * ★ ★ 

a roughly circular aperture. Now Dr. Fond oaMed on 

radiographers from the Royal 
Infirmary to Cardiff end they 
reported that the teeth were 
very worn for a jdri of 22, 
which coincided with specula¬ 
tion that her diet consisted of 
Shellfish—m us sell shells were 
found neartay—and raw vege¬ 
tables. 


had been wrong in naming one 
at the skeletons “John.” 

He changed the name to 
"Joannah.” 

The skeletons had been 
found wedged in a sower or 
drain that ran from a corner 
of the ancient ruin where they 
were found. This struck Dr. 


By ROBERT MIJ8EL 
From Inndon 

Murder will out — even 
after 800 years. And the case 
of the Uandough skeletons 
has been closed with a find¬ 
ing that Joannah Doe and 
Richard Doc were killed by 
persons unknown. 


That the deaths of two 
people In 12th century Wales 
should be found to be murder 
and not due to natural causes 
or accident 1 b a tribute to the 
techniques of modem science. 

But Dr. Brian J. Ford dad 
not stop there. Foe by deduc¬ 
tion Sherlock Holmes would 
have approved he drew from 
the earth and the few clues 
stLU left the probable reasons 
why the girl, at least, was 
slain. 


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The bones also gave some 
Indications of arrested de¬ 
velopment. The inner surface 
of the skull showed she might 
have suffered from a brain 
growth. 

"We have, therefore,” Dr. 
Ford concluded, " a picture of 
a relatively healthy girt who 
lived on shellfish and raw 
vegetables developing be¬ 
havioral abnormalities after 
tote puberty and as a result 
regarded with growing hos¬ 
tility by the villagers." 


The British treat their dead 
with respect. Dr: Ford waa 
g ive n permission to exhume 
the skeletons by the Home 
Offioe only on condition that 
M took place "with due care 
and attention to decency 
early to the moaning.” 


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The villagers made the girt 
the victim of a ritual murder. 
They also killed the man, who 
was the right age to have been 
her father. Then they wrecked 
the house over the bodies. 

It was a double murder — 
uncovered 800 years later. 


As he told the story in the 
weekly Medical News, Dr. 
Ford became interested in the 
skeletons after they were un¬ 
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WASHINGTON (U P I) — jjj 

Communist China has installed * 
launchers for nuclear-tipped s 
missiles on two of its largest = 
submarines, informed sources 5 
said Wednesday. E 

The sources said the U.S. = 
Navy has concrete evidence that g( 
three launching tubes capable of s 
hurling missiles 380 miles have a 

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been built into each of the subs. 
The submarines are now near¬ 
ing completion at Dairen In 
Southeast Manchuria. 

The range of the missiles is 
approximately that of a nuclear 
warhead the Chinese claimed to 
havt successfully tested Oct. 27, j 
1966. 

There is no evidence so far 
that missiles have actually been 
brought aboard the Chinese 
submarines, the sources said. 


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Cairo on Russian Aid; 

Ships, Yes, 
Bases. No 


CAIRO <UPI) — A govern¬ 
ment spokesman said Wednes¬ 
day more Soviet warships and 
planes may come to Egypt but 
denied the Russians would be' 
given military bases. 

★ ★ ★ 

(Recent diplomatic reports 
reaching London said the Soviet 
Union was seeking to extend its 
military influence in the Medi¬ 
terranean in the wake of the 
Arab-Israeli war last June. 
Bases in Egypt would allow the 
Soviets to outflank the southern 
defences of the Atlantic Alli¬ 
ance.) 

★ ★ ★ 

Dr. Hassan El Zeyatt. the 
spokesman, also said Soviet 
Communist party chief Leonid 
Brezhnev would probably visit 
Cairo around Jan. 9, the ‘anni¬ 
versary date of the Aswan 
Dam, which Egypt built with 
the financial and technical 
assistance from the Russians. 

Zeyatt told a news conference 


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the squadron of Soviet TU16 
twin-jet strategic bombers 
which arrived Sunday "will be 
moving away very shortly.” 


He denied the Soviet bombers 
flew here to take part “against 
any new aggression" but said 
" perhaps other planes would 
come" when they leave. He said 
the U.A.R. welcomed Soviet 
warships and planes making 
"friendly visit*.” 

★ dr ★ 

Observers recalled that fol¬ 
lowing the June war Soviet 
warships were stationed for 
weeks at Alexandria and Port 
Said, both on the Mediterr¬ 
anean. 

The Soviet bombers, however, 
were the first to come here 
since the ceasefire. 


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Language Bill Set Ablaze 


NEW DELHI (AP) — An op. 
position member of Parliament 
sot fire to a copy of the govern¬ 
ment's ccntroversiol languages 
bill Wednesday. 

"This bill is worth only a 
bia-rong," shouted H. C. Kach- 
wai, a member of the right-wing 
Hindu Jan Sangh party. 

The bill would make Hindi an 
official language and continue 
English as the official language 
in non-H’irii speaking areas. It 
has touched off a wave at 


bloody rioting across the coun¬ 
try. 

The bill-burning occurred as 
visiting King Savang Vatthan^ 
of Laoa ai d his party watched 
from the Parliament g a Mery. 

House Speaker S a n J i v v a 
Reddy Immediately condemned 
Kachwal, sftar which A. B. 
Vajpayee, leader of the Jan 
Sangh, apologized on behalf of 


the party. Kacbwai then apolo¬ 
gized ’ 

Student demonstrators took or 
po oe Tuesday in Calcutta, New 
Delh- and Andhra Pradesh 
w.tlle in tiie northern states, fa- 
ratJcal Hindus became millter.t- 
ly anti-English. The- t - ' 

stones at a busload of tourists, 
stopped the bus and farced the 
tourist* to "run the gauntlet" o. 
sticks and stone*. The tourists 


included an American and an 
Englishman. 

Delhi University students 
burned effigies of Prime M : nis- 
ter Gnnclh' and other fca'bral, 
|leaders. They also stoned citv 
buses and ripped English li¬ 
cence .dates from automobiles. 

At one school students tore up 
examination papers printed in 
English and walked out of class. | 


Last Look 

Lynda Bird Johanoa sad White 
House pastry chef dement 
Maggia admin alx-foet wed¬ 
ding cake ha baked tor her. 
Maggia, 74, died Wednesday 
aigbt of heart attack. An¬ 
other White House pastry 
chef died ia Woahlagtoa sev¬ 
eral days age. Wedding is 
this Saturday,—(AP) 


f in Victoria City . . . 
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Cong Participation Still Thorn 
In Proposed UN Vietnam Talks 


UNITED NATIONS (AP) — the Americans and the Saigon [ stances" after conferring with 
U S. efforts through the United government over participation U.S. Ambassador Arthur J. 

Nations to make a start toward the Viet <*"«• 2S2S** “** ^ departmcnt 

„* The U.S. Senate last week officials. 

war Vietnam are expected a**!** 1 * resolution urging The conflicting views between 
thi« mrwth Hut aharn differ Pf*sldent Johnson "to consider Washington and Saigon over the 
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SCHOOL DISTRICT Ho. 63 (SAANICH) 

Increased costs of labor, materials and land have prevented 
completion of the building programme you approved 2 l /% years 
ago. This programme must be completed in order to meet the 
demands for additional space, grounds development, equip¬ 
ment and future sites. Referendum No. 10 will provide the 
extra funds and will only cost you an average of between $1 
and $2 in annual taxes. Isn’t it worth that to you and your 
family to provide these necessary requirements? Each delay 
means greater costs. Do your part by getting out to vote on 
referendum No. 10, Saturday, December 9, 1967. 


Duelling 

President 

Dead 

MONTEVIDEO (CP) - Uru¬ 
guayan President Oscar Ges- 
tido, who last month challenged 
one of his former ministers to a 
dud, died early Wednesday 
after a heart attack. 

Geatido, 66, a retired air farce 
general, took office March 1 far 
a five-year term—the first presi¬ 
dent under a new constitution 
which ended 14 years of collec¬ 
tive rule by a nine-man National 

Council 

Vice-President Jorge Pacheco 
Areoo, 47, took over the presi¬ 
dency. 


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RIGHT - TO - KNOW: 


People have a RIGHT - TO - KNOW exactly bow organisations receiving grants from public funis run their 
affairs. This right is NOT guaranteed under the Municipal Act. 


CONVENTION CENTRE: 


Tourism Is our life blood. We are loelag our Industries. Victoria must have a convention centre NOW. H 
should he built by private enterprise so It widens the tax base rather than adding to the tax burdens. 


LOW COST HOUSING: 


Every major city In Canada la facing a housing crisis. We must face this problem realistically. The pres¬ 
ent program for urban renewal and alum clearance ia not proceeding rapidly enough. We need action and 
we need it NOW. 


AVAILABILITY: 


Many people feel they cannot put their thoughts and problems on papers. If elected December i, I promise 
to be available at City Hall to meet anyone who ha* a problem to discuss. 


POLLUTION: 


People are being subjected to pollution of the air, the water, the land and the landscape. There Is legal 
machinery for cleaning up pollution. It’s about time we used It! How long will the people condone the 
pumping of raw sewage Into the ocean off our moet scenic beaches? 

REST ROOMS: 

It la essential that otean and adequately maialalaed rest room facilities be provided la the down town area 
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•top for coffee, and Yeat* and 
the hitch-hiker jumped from the 
car and notified RCMP. 

The three were arrested 
tl.ortly afterward*. 

In addition to the car, Yeats 
Was robbed of aome cash. 


waited for his family outside a 
downtown Calgary church. 

Threatening him with a knife, 
they forced him from the 
driver’s teat, then headed west. 
Near Banff, they stopped to 
pick up a hitch-hiker. 

At Golden, the men decided to 


Garry J. Cragg, 23, and 
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sentenced to seven years in 
prison. Wesley L. Braham, 19, 
was sentenced to five years. 

Court was told the three took 
the car from Floyd W. Yeata of 
Calgary, Nov. 19, while he 


CALGARY (CP) — Three 
young Victoria men were given 
prison terms Tuesday when 
they pleaded guilty to a charge 
of robbing a Calgary man. then 
using bis car, taking him to 


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only. Slse ir , *15 ,, rt" 
deep, by TRAVEL- 
CARD. An Ideal gift 
for Dad. SALE.. 


Swift’s Silver Leaf 


1omat° es 


Mincemeat 


Nabob, 44-oil 


Jelly Powders 


Jello 
Assorted, 
30-oz. ... 


A terrific selection at 
mosey saving prices— 
printed paper, foB nr 
tissue . . . priced to 
please. 


Men—Suit prices ars going 
up January 1st! Bo the best 
dressed mss for the festive 
season with a quality suit 
from Capital! Can a Alan 
made from Imported British 1 
Woollens, Venetians, etc., la 
the latest fall and winter col¬ 
on aud styles at Iks LOW¬ 
EST PRICES IN TOWN!) 
tt-M retail value! 8lses St to 
AC In. aborts, stouts and regu¬ 
lars. 

ONLY 


TOMATO 

JUICE 


By NOMA—SC' I" lighted length la 
assorted color frosted or transparent 
bulbs, 1C-1S" spacing between bulbs. 
11.11 retail value. Buy now and save 
—the greatest selection of Indoor aad 
outdoor lights la town! SALE....... 


FAMILY ASSORTMENT or 
CHERRIES IN CREAM. 


5 lbs. MOIB'S SELECTION, 
reg. 4.3»....... 

SVj lbs. FRESH PACK, 


1 lb. MARASCHINO 
CHERRIES, reg. 1.35. 

t/t lb*. MOIR’g SELECTION, 
reg. i.2l ... 


Florida White or Pink 


EMPEROR 


GRAPEFRUIT 


S lbs. FRESH PACK, 
reg. 1.71. SALE.._ 


FASHION FABRICS 


CHEER, 15c OFF 

SOAP POWDER 


WILSON’S 

French Fried Potatoes 


PARTY BROCADE—Reg. yard 
7.M. *5” glitter brocade for 
glamorous evening wear. Gold, 
silver, turquoise, 
black, beige, pink. ^ 

SALE . %9 


JACQUARD DRAPERY—Reg. 
3 41 yard. 48” Jacqaard drapery 
In lovely decorator shades for 
drapes, be d sprea ds or pro tty 
houoeeoata. Gold doatga am 
olive green, orange, JR 49 

torqnoloe, champagne. / 

SALE ..an 


Prices Effective Dec. 7, 8, 9, We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities. 


1824-32 STORE STREET ! 

From aad Easy Parking la Capital's Largs Parking Lai. 


King’s Lucky Dollar Store, 2S2 Island Highway, 479-2M2 
Lake Hill Lucky Dollar Store, SMS Quadra Street, 471-2335 
Porter's Food Market, 2077 Cad boro Bay Road 
(Next to Oak Bay junior High School) 38S-M2S 


Brentwood Food Giant Ltd., Lucky Dollar 
7154 West Saanich Road, «52-lSl> 

Cooper’s Lucky Dollar Store, 7M Goldstream Avenue, 47S-S242 
Hee’s Lucky Dollar Store, 4ltl Shelhourn* Street, 477-1743 


HEREFORD 

CORNED BEEF 

JELL-0 

DREAM WHIP 

— 59 c 

• 49 c 

Malkin’s Fey. Sizes 2s 

FIVE ROSES 

PEAS 

FLOUR 

2 49' 

SI 89 

25-Ib, ■ 


FRESHER MEAT AT LUCKY DOLLAR 

PORK CHOPS srr l 

b. 69 c 

PORK CHOPS sl 
GROUND BEEF I 

b. 59° 
b. 53 c 
































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Pick Crow 
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2800 50 50 50 — 1 stump Mine* 43 51 

tom 7)4 7 7 — 94 Tara 130 140 

4000 14 13)4 33)4 Thunder Bay 110 11* 

138 1X0 180 380 — 5 Un N Fortune 3 * 

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13865 *11 30)4 31 4 <4 AntobM 155 169 

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774 950 *45 *45 +15 S?!2_ ll _ .. 

23150 11 30 10 — 1 . . 

42000 149 140 149 + 7 £"“?* * J 

at on 7 7 7 captain !nt 460 fto 

xR3 21 21 31 Centura 28 

RUM 49 494 -54H L* « « 

1290 *1114 *1* *114 Cloaj* 2 » 

1000 I 84 814 Onnlk » » 

2000 28 27 29 + 1 Cleveland 7 * 

*37 *21 2094 20*4 — M Cr** 1 V*" -* 1 IS 

10500 11 11 11 — 14 riynarom 38 in 

7210 SIS 550 59 —1* Far Fait tn IS 

a20 249 249 249 Foreat Ker 10 21 

I me 29 2* 29 4 2 Giant Reef 80 15 

100 190 190 190 —80 Gibraltar 31 M 

>non 19 U 39 Golden Wert 30 JS 

9900 134 121 122—1 IP Mettala 115 ISO 

1855 810 108 no 410 Kellram 8 )• 


Kelglan 1* it 

Xunw 10 99 

Mara ball .. 12 

My Hyland si V 

New WalUngtn 2* 30 

Noland 18 m 

Norco 10 an 

North Parifle M *5 

Northern Coni 21 28 

North Star lin lap 

Plateau 13 

Pro* per 8 I 

Rainbow 10 12 

Raco 13 M 

Slellakn 18 a 

Venua 75 « 

Vimy 3 t 

Wardntr 54 &• 

Wlngdara 5 T 

MUTT.ir, FIND* 
Acadian Fund 474 51* 

All Cdn Com 796 870 

AH Cdn Dlv *77 1068 

All Cdn Ven »2 am 

Amur Growth ins 774 

Cda Growth 221 792 

Cdn Energy l*n 14M 

Cdn Inv Fund 402 441 

Cdn Trurteed 419 4nn 

CWIect Fund *71 72i 

Commomrtth 3067 l’«n 

Cnrp Inv *98 874 

Dll R 4K4 B8 

Dom Equity 484 W 

Dam Dtv *15 143 

Dom Comp 4*7 475 

Eur Growth 797 aat 

Exec Fond 761 7H 

Federated *12 atr 

Fed fin 309 988 

Group Inn 407 445 

Growth Ed 701 m 

Inti Mutual TBS RB 

Inv Growth 1080 Hit 

Inv Mutual S23 MB 

Lever*** 1928 1M4 

Mutual Ace *41 M 

Mutual Bond KB m 

Mutual Inc *10 «7 

Mutual Grow HR M* 

Nat Re* 750 Bl 

Natruvo 1252 1183 

Pan Corny 121 *71 

Pan Dlv *m tea 

Prlncloal 460 501 


Regent 1028 UM 
Untd Accum n «7 39 *g 

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Rank of BC 2114 22 >. 

Bank of WC ]0I| 124 

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BC Moly 11 f M 
Madill nfd 873 (uo 
Oka Hell 2 pfd 304 114 

Pac Leas com 21 
Pac Leaa red 28 
PWA 1 78 IB in 
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Do * « 82*4 83S 

Do 34 M 98 N pac 
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Do *14 M MU 8V, 
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Do 4 81 754 T*>: 

R" *4 ns 

Do * 87 804 aV 

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Alta 64 91 89 II 

Man Tel 84 91 85 90 

S*!>k 54 80-82 83 
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CHICAGO 


BCE IS 77 « 

BC Foe *4 a 78 
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Dol* a 84 I 

Bathurst I M tl 

Do 84 89 95 

Belt 5V M M 1 

Do 84 78 9« 

C Brw 54 89-B 7* 

Dm Tar 14 B 88 
1AC 14 II 87 

Tr Fin 14 78 10 
Tira«w. ETC. 
Int Prov l 88 87 
Qua NG Hi B Tf 
Tr Can *.B 27 81 
Wftlrwant A W 
IVi mnv 9* 


Provident 


Hadlora 
Ray rock 

Rio Algom 
Rln 580 Pr 

RtO At* C s 


At Victoria— Produ 

Grade A large _ I 

Grade A medium .... 2 

Grade A email .. 1 

Giada B . 1 

Cartoned ain M atm. 


Victoria, B.C, Thund**, Dtcasba J, 1967 


StccAQutMioni 


Today*t Dollar 

MONTREAL— CloW 
0.9. dot Ian . 107 E/SI Mrh. 
Pound alerting_2M1/4 —5/18 


NEW TORE— 

Canadian dollar .. 


Cloae 

.92 39/84 uarh. 


Toronto Industrials 


Rat 

BM 8E*> law Ckaa CB'ga 

1 at* a* 28 3* 

m Ps *84 as + % 

800 *70 *20 *20 — 5 

i» r» “» 

a sa nut 

» gh4 384 + 54 

H tn a a 4 2 

ISO *42 42 42 — 1 

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•ru B74 3T 27-4 


Quo tall one in cenli unlew marked A 
8—Odd lot xd—Ix-dlvldand, xr—Ex- 
rtgkla, gw—Ka-wanpnta. Net chanya 
U tram provloua board-tot ctoalng 


Lob Co a BB an M4 a4 - J4 

Lob G A pr 280 *334 *4 234—4 

Loeb M aoa £44 B4 134 - S 

Maolam B 175 *16 3* & ♦ 4 

Mactaan K IT* St *34 3* -4 

MB Ltd Bin. *244 94 24 

Magnum *7 *88 30 » 

Manotrln MM M M "I 

M U Card 135 **7 384 37 -4 

M Id MMa IB *154 154 154— 4 

M L Mill* p alO *94 M 94 

Mrthna rta 2B9 42 41 41 

Mark boro » MS 54 54 * 4 

Markbro w MM M M DU 
Maaa-Fer B«3S *174 17 17 

McBrtn p *18 *13 11 33 

MEPC p 180 *UK 3*» 394-4 

Mat SI area 200 *31 31 31 

Met B<n p ao *20 3« 20 

Milt Brick 2HU 410 478 470 

Mon Food MS *104 104 10H ♦ 4 
Muntex 10b 215 213 2i5 ♦ * 

Mont Trot 5U0 *12 114 12 


Eddy Mledl 75 127 

Electro ltd 571 *10 

Emco Sa *18 

Emp Lift 2X0 *0 

E.xqulalle 304 460 

Fam Play 3M *41 

Fanny d *42 

Fed Farm 3U0 201 
Fed Grain 4B8 V 

Fleet Mfg 3100 3 70 
Ford Coda 210 *166 
FPE Pino 2013 *29 
FPE pn pr 64*118 
Kreaer 8 *S *23 

Gan Baker 700 M. 

G Develop 280 *174 174 1T4 444 
GMC 1*1 *884 87 B 

£ P Mfg A 128 IBM • a 4 X 

G Stl Wre p ali 882 a 82 
Globa Env 12*0 (74 74 74—4 

Goodvear 11 * *192 IM 1*1 
gl Paper ia lit 1 * 1 * — 4 

GL Power IM *20 1*4 1*4 

Gt W Life 520 *464 45 464 — 4 

Ct W Sadie 700 43 <1 <3—1 

G Wpg Gaa 123 X 32 
Greyhnd ISM *194 104 lf4 

Grp* A S &&&+* 

= I S3 |'JTJpji? 

Hawker pr *35 |»4 TO 704 
May* Dna 1 * *124 134 M4 
Home A 8808 *944 314 344 4 4 

Horne Pit 1 X 0 40 521 225 

H Bay Co 28* BB 36 38 

KB Oil Gaa 108 *434 444 45 — 1 

HB Oil G pr MW tv 81 814 

Hugha-O A x3 *324 324 124 

Husky 12718 *244 344 344 

Husky B pr 70 *46 46 46 —1 

Huaky C pr 100 *82 w 82 4 4 

Huaky D W 54* *14S 14 144 4 4 

Imbrex 100 *54 34 34—4 

Imp Oil aue 888 874 W 

Imp Tnb 3121 *13 124 324 

Imp Tob pr 300 *34 54 54 

Ina Accept <M5 *n 394 xh — 4 

Ind Wire 3600 450 400 «I0 —KS 
Ingeraoll 128 SB 52 32 — 3 

1B*H* „ Cl4 U4 13b — 4 

nlend Gag 9025 P4 34 94—4 

InepiraUn *00 328 120 320 

IB M il 8670 886 666 

1MC SB *34 294 34 4 4 

IM Nickel 2796*1064 12 1254 4-4 

Int UU! pr 2788 *414 414 414 

Intpr Due 208 a B 3* 4 1 

■"•pt p ipc atm *224 224 X>4 
Int P»m w 2175 *104 104 304 - 4 
latpr Steel MSO 4D0 M » —34 , 
Inv Group . >S *94 *4 *4 


75 *274 374 274 + 4 

Ml *10 10 10 

sa *11 II 28 

280 *»4 14 94 — 4 
204 460 «U 480 

IM *414 «>4 flit 4 4 
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3U0 208 2Ui 2D0 4 9 

48B *7 14 7 

3100 370 360 170 + 30 

210*166 IM 366 — 4 

2013 *294 2>4 284— J 
64 *118 316 116 — « 


Vancouver 

Trading 


(Dean im *27 

Cunlnghm 200 *12 

cp inv pr aoo *24 j 

Cdn Brew Bl *7 

Cant Ml*a m 180 

Lk.mtar ) JM «m 

K m 1 n 3M 480 

ndv 1908 S 

rat l'*at Mt* 3000 293 

Gr Min Kra 1M 1SS 

Growera B GDI 238 


64 *118 316 138 - ( Mow* 3220 All 4 314 314-4 

as ax 16 X4 41 U Mono A 108 8*4 *4 204 - '« 

700 B>i 6 Moraa B jr 75 *52 K A3+B 

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Murphy 1708 B4 ■ *4 

Mrpnv Pr 421 *274 77 774 ♦ 4 

Nat Drug 138 8*4 *4 84—4 

Nat Heea 480 .MO 420 45(1 

Nat Race » M0 *»\ 14 34 4 4 

Naon 17378 8104 « 304 4*4 

Ncranda 2815 £14 »4 S14 

Nor CU a OM 8114 124 114 
Nor CM G a r75 EX'S 214 234 
NCG B Ip BB *774 274 774 
N<r OU wta n <u « 430 

Nor Phoaa *90 874 74 71* 

Oftlfte »10 814 4 M 1* 

Ou Start 90 125 26 25 

OM Basra 19 « 4« 445 —I 

Orttawa A 8N9 9X4 2*4 714 - 1 

Overland ITS *184 114 324 - 4 

Oeertnd a 789 *124 «4 324 » 1 

Pan Bela <BB 094 1*4 3*4 - 4 

Pac Pats W 70 400 425 425 

Pa mb 19888 *22 234 214 

PhtMpa Cb 259 *4 94 34 + 4 

Pm. Oorp 5C75 »4 74 R4 4 4 

Pram iron 300 13* 1* 155 —» 

Price Cora *248 F" 38 10 * 4 

ON Gaa 393 *94 94 94—4 
QN Gl B» 36n 2*1 290 290 —II 

Rank Org >550 *64 64 «4 

Rabid Gr A HI P 1 8 

Relchhotd 308 *124 *24 124 

Revel.tk r7S *74 64 *4 

Revenue 9380 1144 334 144 + 4 

Revenue w 300 1104 104 104 + X 

R Nodwen 7388 285 298 243 -1* 

Korknwer 968 *104 10 104 — 4 

Rofland 134* sa 74 a * 4 

Ronald Fd 1S6 *144 144 144 + 4 
Rnmlleld 7100 19 ID 1* —16 

Rothman 45 *25 25 25 ♦ 4 

Royal Bnk *003 *134 154 354 

Roval Trot 31# *114 394 384 - 4 

Ryl T M 128 *1* II 1 * -14 


Gill 158 *74 74 74-4 

Home Gaa A 56 1244 244 344 
Inland an * 1 * 11 10 

Int Hrew B 300 W4 *4 64 
Jehrulun HE M4 J4 — H 

Levy B pr 108 ISi'i 814 31'.- 4 
Macmillan HI *244 244 24', 


Macmillan Ht *244 244 24'. 

NW Lina 108 *34 *4 *4 

Neon *129* *164 0 104+14 

Oban H wta 7600 10* B 100 

Okan H 2450 *00 Xffi 106 +U 

Pac Pet* 500 *194 194 134 + 4 

&c W Air 1683 *114 104 104- 4 
■trails A 000 n I 8 

gun A 100 *294 294 294 + 4 

Tr Mtn PL 100 *194 1*4 194 - 4 

Weldwood 300 *114 114 114— U 

Wdwsrda A 300 *374 174 174 — 4 
Weatpas 1200 U4 84 84—4 


gun A 100 *29' 

Tr Mtn PL 100 *19' 
Weldwood 300 HI' 
Wdwmrdi A 300 *37' 
Weatpas 1200 **' 

Bala 14700 °*90 

Comer cl 00 a *8 
Five Star IM 25 
Ft St Jot* 508 M 


Futurity 11800 33 S3 *3 — * 

Merland 500 40 40 00 

Midland 500 7 7 7 

Plain. 4700 B 40 48 —1 

PR Peta 12300 90 20 M +1 

RA Peta B 5500 108 105 106 —2 


Royal Bnk *003 *334 35 4 354 
Royal Trot 318 *114 3SH 384- 


Ryl T M 121 *10 II 10 -14 

Ruwll H 381 *14 14 14 

Stl. Cnrp p 23 *80 80 80 — I 

Salada 1800 *94 94 94 

Scot York 4730 *314 114 114 ♦ 4 


inv G A 1 MB *74 74 74-4 

1TL 1480 *134 324 124 

Jamea SU 4404 «3 4)0 410 

Jefferoon 282 * 53'4 53 53 —1 

Jrtferoa w iso *454 444 +44—4 

Jodcey C 1275 *0 266 JOO 
Jockey B p *64 «4 64 

Ke 'y D A 300 *5 S E 

Ketaey H 150 «44 144 344- 4 
Labatt 5*5 *144 344 144 

LOm Cent 8 n 0 350 *10 830 — I 

Laura see 2 H M44 144 144—4 
Lau Fin 3300 410 4"0 400 —iO 

Lau Fn 64 *25 *11 31 31 

lAU F 3.25 536 *10+, 304 304—4 

Lau F J 00 300 (164 384 384 + 4 


Seaway H 310 *5 S 5—4 

•Serur Cap 470 288 2D0 200 -25 

Select Lea 800 IM 380 360 

Shell Inv p 430 *33 S3 SJ + 4 

Shell Inv w snoo 111 35H 31 
Shell Can *949 *324 S3 4 314 — 4 

Shop Save 773 *t2 114 114 — S 

Shopper Ct 323 498 4« 495 ♦ * 

Slmpaoiu TUB Mi 14 34 —1 

Slmpaon S 3257 *244 2(4 244 + *4 

Slater Stl +25 *104 19 lfl>£ - 'i 


3000 EM 520 520 -S 

es e s s. 

200*1^4 314 114+14 

Him 

Are 8000 28 B » 

Adern 1800 42 42 42 +1 

Alwln 8980 175 ITl 174 +J 

Anuk 12000 3 22 23 

Arctic *225 227 225 225 —X 

Alla. 5080 258 B* 238 —1 

Ben** 2888 17 17 17 

Beth Cop 33S0 775 Tlo 775 41« 

Blue Star 1U00 8 8 • 

Bornlte 2000 SI SO II 

Bralorna 350 230 23 5 2*0 +]* 

Brenda *810 7B T35 7M0 +10 

Burhanaa 3300 20 10 28 —2 

Capri 500 M 23 21 +2 

Carlb Bell 2500 II 81 61 

Carlb Gold SOB 94 *3 34 +1 

Ca«" Con 500 15 15 15 +1 

Cbataway laaa 28 20 30 —1 

Churchill 1(100 338 3 25 130 +6 

Coast Sll 2300 *■ 34 M +1 

Coleman A ISO S3 35 35 +5 

C Skeawa sui (j <x ax 

C Sid 1580 23 23 23 

C Vantor 3000 28 28 +1 

C Pot gam 12 12 12 

Cop Hldga S500 2S 24 23 +1 

Cop Non 5500 9 9 9 

Cvwirhau 27t» 22 22 22 

Croydon 4000. M 36 38 

Cum not M8rt 77 28 28 

Crown Stl 9080 8 7 7 —1 

Coronet 8000 Ti Tl Tl —0 

Dolly Var 8680 43 41 41 —2 

Dundee 1800 12 12 13 

Dynaaty 9725 720 Too 705 +* 

Gemex 9500 SVi 94 94 

General 1UOO 12 32 12 

Giant MaM: 787 13* 12 * 128 —g 


Shopper Ct 125 4» 4» 495 + * 

Slmpaoiu 7UB Mi |( 34—1 

Simpaon S 1257 1244 1(4 244 + 

Slater Stl +X 110'i 19 ]{|'i + 'l 

Slater • pr 300 *364 1*4 184—4 

Slater A wt 1000 4*5 «" 460 

» Paving I5w. M4 84 *4 
ST Radio 115 Mx'i 98'4 384—4 


100 *164 384 384 + 4 

Ml » 38 3* + f 

14*7 *37 39 964 + L 

** *10)1 304 304 
300 AD 4 314 314 — 4 
500 tl C 1+4 

430 110 130 110 

1'4 U4 


SI eel Can IB29 (3H4 204 204 +4 
Stelnhg A 320 *17 17 17 

Stelnhg pr 90 *89 8* 88 — T 

Stuart Oil X 20 *16 4 3(4 364 
Suptert od 200 *28 274 274 

Tamblvn inn IJ54 254 254 +14 
Texaco 1(75 M24 32 224- 4 

Texaco pr 50 V* 74 Tl —JS 

Thnm Npr MO Ml 46 (0 — 4 

Tone Craft 39) » R 8+4 

Tor Dm Bk 4190 r ( 134 3S»- 4 

Tor Iron W 25 gB9 *0 10 

Trader* A 1455 *84 74 74—4 

Trade 44 p xE *424 *24 *24 

Trader* 5 p *20 S2S4 214 254 

Trader A p 26a *214 214 214—4 
Trader a W 200 398 190 398 
Tran-air 100 MS 64 *4 — <4 

Tr Can PL 17(0 *«4 774 >»4 + 4 

T> Can PI p 350 *454- 454 45% + 4 

Tr Can P w M0 7 00 759 7*0 +10 

Trana Mt 1948 *194 194 194 - 4 
Tran. PPL 8725 *10 94 94 

Tnt-Wall 700 215 213 715 

Un Ac Ip no *43 43 (3 

!>"*“ *1* M H34 434 <S4 

UnAcc 2p * 1 x 1 am 330 *50 —l* 
Un Carbld 975 *384 18 3*4 

Un Gaa 7723 *304 184 3*4 + 4 


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Active Stocks 


Voluma 

3*7100 Benguet 
395100 Bruniwlck 
23*700 McDonnell 
21«Bno Soart Ind 
HUtflO Un Eng Fdy 
1*6(00 Glen Aid 
129200 Ford 
12UOO SOM 
11M00 Inti Paper 
11*700 Am Tel Trt 
116500 Am Photo 
90ion Fair Cbm 
Mion Global Marina 
R6000 Am Motor* 

88800 Sid Prod Unit 

’ MONTREAL 

XfiHl Alcan 
liljn Tor-Dom Bk 
11085 Kodiak Petg 
7(771 Bk M MU 
BOO Fraaer 
5M9 Royal Bk 
4707 Rell Tel 
(C5 Prtre 
(460 Kenllng 
4910 Glen*nlr 

Mlaea 

*4000 Eagla Mine 1 
39700 Mlrtangn 
32800 S Dufault 
27900 Silver Summit 
3(800 Opr m lac a Ex 


Cloae Change! 
74 +4 

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254 +24 

274 +34 

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pound atari! ng .. 1415/04 -T1/4 


Closing Averages 

NEW YORK (Dow Jo*e>) 

St ladwtriAla ... 892.28, ap 1.11 

II K«Ub .114.71, »ff l.M 

Ul tlliUeH_1*4.5*, oH .11 

U Stocks.311.15, ott M 

Shares: ll,»M,tM. 

TORONTO 

M iRdEBferiElE .,.-in.N, Bp .17 

1* Ualdx.1A4.M, up 2.11 

15 Bom Metals ..llt.78, *f( JS7 
B Wcarters Oils - *21.3*. off S.10 

Shares t t,S85,0M. 

MONTREAL 

U ladastrisls_167.45, np .18 

13 Utilltiei . 1M.M, ott .2* 

1 Basks .125.11, up l.S» 

I Papers .BS.d, ott J4 

85 Composite* ...151.27, up .31 

VANOOUVEB 

Industrials .ltl.M, all M 

W eaten Mis at .ltl.M, up .U 

Pipe Hero.ISI.M, ott 1.B7 

Shares: 1,131, *23. 

New York 
Markets 


New Takeover Talks 
Give Fraser Boost 


Grantala 

Hnmeatk 

Hurley 

lakut 

Jertch 

Earn loo pa 

Ldn Frida 

Lornex 

Largo 

Lvtton 

Madrons 

Magnum 


Trana Mt 3 M3 sis 
Tram PPL *755 *10 
Tnt-Wall 700 213 
Un Ac Ip EJd (43 
UnAcc Sip xS M3 
UnAcc 2p *m am 
I'n Carbld 975 tlfl 
Un Gaa 7723 III 


UGaa A pr *10 *45 (3 (3 

UG«« B pr S 158 90 50 

Unkm 011 340 tC(4 53 M4 + 4 

U orp D 3409 *33 4 33 4 394 

III Whurn *50 V% 74 74 

Un Wbn wt 3.16 475 475 475 

V Sectlona Ton MS *4 €4—4 

Vaacan 133 *54 54 *4 

Veraafd 3 S 78 *114 31 n — 4 

Verotll KU 08 *134 334 334 + 4 

Veraatll A »»70 *17 114 114 — 4 

Vic G Tr in# C 2 % 124 324 + 4 

Walax sna S28 1*4 ]94—4 

Wainoco O 265(1 81 77 « + 2 

Walk GW 2667 *11% S34 334+4 

Wealr'at 3805 IW 4 24 234—4 

Weitfalr (5 129 29 79 +1 

Wert Ind 1790 220 215 2» 

Weal Ind A 500 (10 (Ol (18 

W Cdn Reed <X5fi S25 22(1 IS 
W Pacific 7250 MS *4 64—4 

Weaton A 3129 *134 154 134-4 

Weaton B M0 *36 4 3* 114 

Watn *nr »12 *99 9* 98 

Whi le P aa 3375 |27'i 204 27 +4 

Wnndwd A 3095 *174 174 14 - 4 
Zallera 13. *isil 854 354 


Merit Cop 41X0 M 
Mariner (OOO 21 
Mid Wert (0200 IS 
Moly Mina* lono 18 
Mt waah 1000 14 
Native 3600 9* 

Minex 8008 23 

Nat E 1080 33 

New Crania 7S00 13 

New Norcas 4800 23 
New Imp 1350 120 
Hew Ind 500 IS 
N Privateer 1000 3«K 
Northloda 27800 ee 

Oro 5000 Bl 

Pac Sll 1300 31)| 


300 *104 104 104 — 4 
380 174 17)4 174- 4 
7000 8 74 I 

lion oii m ot +] 

5500 ]6 94 10 

3000 14 94 *4 

2000 74 t 7—1 

0790 *35 *13 830 + 20 


Polaria 
Pyramid 
Rodatrm 
Ring Hills 
Sandnh 


1 3000 38 37 IT —1 

1000 34 U 3( +2 

3600 3* 12 32 -3 

800* 23 »4 22 +14 

308* 3* 15 I* + 4 

1 75*0 1* 32 32 —1 

1 4000 23 1* 22 +1 

1350 IM *15 IX +» 
500 J5 35 15 

■ 1000 114 1*4 1*4 

27*00 65 87 87 

5000 Bl « 61 +| 

1300 33 4 31 J14— 4 

500 27 77 27 

2500 12 114 114 

3000 114 37 17 —4 

7375 MS (55 *55 — 1 * 
40100 M SO 53 +3 

M0* » 284 29 

*30* 394 1* 194—1 


Cloaa 

Allied Chem 394 
Alcoa 774 

Am Can 494 

Ant Motors 3*4 

Am TAT 384 

Am Tobacco *14 

AmaC BAR 80 
Amer Air 3*4 
Ampex 9* 

Anaconda 464 
AtchlMS Top 214 
Bclhirua «T UK 
Boeing 114 

Brutal Myer 704 
Bell A Howell 80 
Brunswick 154 
Burraugha 1664 
CPH 58 

CAO RR 624 
Chgo A NW 32U\ 
Chryaler 564 
Colt Ind 6(4 
Coni AirtlM 224 
Canada Dry *14 
Certain teed 3(4 
Cessna Air 43'« 
Corn Elec 424 
Control Data 1634 
Clllea Serv 474 
Celaneaa 604 
Coed OtI 754 
Ccx-a Co I a 197 

Cnmaat *74 

C.x>p*r Tlra 25 
Crown Zell 4(4 
Del A Hudson 154 
Dgla Aircraft 554 
Delta 284 

Dow Chens 904 
Du Pont 3(94 
Eaat kodak 346 4 
El Pa *0 224 

Ford Motor 54 4 
Fairchild C 964 
Gen Electric 304 
Gen Tel (3 

Gen Food! 684 

Gen Motors 83 

Goodyear (6 
Gen Tiro M4 
Grace Una - 414 
Granby Mna 734 
Grumman 31 
Grt Northan *74 

Gulf 011 70 

Honeywell 1144 
Homeatuks B4 
111 Cent Ind M4 

S t Harvealar 234 
t Nickel 1364 
Inland Sleet 924 
Int Tel 3204 

Iat RM 632 

Int Pxper 264 
Jonea A L 36 
Jobaa Man *34 


KC Sou Ind 184 
Kennecull 414 

Xalaaar Akua 48 
lan aa 

Lee ions 734 
Levm si 4 

Luton lea 4 

Locknaad 494 
Monsanto 42 4 

(agnavox 414 
Merck 90)4 

Mid Coart T»1 2»S 

Mark Ward 214 

Motorola U54 
Minn MM 914, 

NY Central 744 
Norflk Weat X4' 
Northern Pac 554 
Nat Altilnea 964 1 
Ncwmont 68 

N Amer Car 284 
Non hop *4 
Owrni M 024 
Penn RR S81 
Philllpe Peta O'* 
Pnx-t Gamb 92 
Pan Am 234 
Pepai Cola 374 
Polaroid M14 
Plough 1294 
Radio Corp 574 
Ray caller 434 

Relchhold 154 
Republic Sfl 434 
Royal Dulch 474 
Seara Roebek S74 
Socony 44 

Sperry 584 

Slndrd Calif 634 
Sindrd Oil NJ *64 
Scott Paper E'i 
Safeway X4 
Scheniev *n 

SCM Corp *»S 
S.x) Lina X 
Sun OU 

Swift Co Sl> 
Trana It rrai 1*4 
Taxai InaU ])( 
Texaco 824 

Texaa Gulf 1224 
Un Carbide (94 
tlnld Aircraft 85 
US Rubber 454 
US Steel C4 
US Borax X4 
Union OtI 104 
Unld Alrtllnea »4 
Und Frula 5B4 
Unld ULUlUaa EK 
Unilever 384 
US Plywood 49 
Vartan 904 

Wejtlnghnuaa 7(4 
Wnolworth 26 
Xerox 9n«S 

Zenith Radio *24 


Sll Arrow 371X18 234 224 224 
Slteurlan 3200 St SO 10 

811 Bulla JT3* 31 11 11 

Sll Std 508 57 57 57 

sti Tiiaa 2ono ua ]» jts —j 

Sll Lee 1600 So M 50 


South Sean 7500 152 148 }50 +6 


Toronto Mines 


sioran 3000 21 

Taylnr Br 21 O 8 23 

TC E 2500 11* 

Torweit 7000 29 

True Re* 200* 22 

Terr Ur 2508 (0 

Trulan 7000 22 

Utica . S7(X 435 

Van Metal 2*110 34 

Venturer 26000 44 

W Cat Re* 12100 74 

W Beaver 1080 T 


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Acad Ur 220X8 74 ( 7+3 

Acera 1(1008 12 134 32+4 

Am*# Gaa 2008 18 17 3* + 4 

Advncat* on# 232 2*1 X 2 +3 

Am** son 1(0 340 3(0 + • 

Am Urdar soon 30 sn 30 

Am Moly 8900 28 27 27 — 1 

An* Ru'-n 201X1 *2 X 82 —3 

Aai UD 1»10 71 *9 70 +1 

Aim 1408 |n6 29(1 100 +10 

Arrwv 4(00 96 35 16 

Arcadia 8SS) 3* 35 35 —3 


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Granduo 8X *35 *25 638 +* 

Gran lain 3995 1104 30 104 

Gulch 39500 2(4 28 23 +1 

Gulf L 3000 7 7 7 

Cunnar 3570 3 65 160 165 +4 

Headway ((00 17 164 164 — 4 

Heelh 1(000 74 7 74 

Hlgh-BI 350 *134 334 134 + % 

HoJlInger 200 1264 204 264 - 4 

Hud. Bay lOli *554 5(4 S&4 + 4 

Hu-Pam 3500 35 15 15 

Hydra Ex (OOO XXX 

Int Bible T 6000 53 X 53 +4 

Irlah Cop 1(00 344 1(4 3(4 


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Sll Millar 
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Sll Stand 
Sltco 
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Sullivan 
Teck Corp 
Ternont 
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Twhrit 
Towag 
Tribag 
Trln Chib 
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U Buffadn 
Un Cmatk 
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Swings 

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LONDON (Reuters) — The In¬ 
fection rate wag reported on fhe 
rise again in the worst foot-and- 
mouth epidemic in recorded 
Ehitish history. 

The disease Wt 53 more farms 
Tuesday, bringing the total to 
1,557. The number of daHy out¬ 
breaks hod droppd to arouned 
30 a few days ago. 

The totai number of animals 
slaughtered in efforts to stop 
the plague spreading rose to 
more than 260,000 including 
132.699 cattle. 76,556 pigs and U 
goats. 


Toronto 

Oils 


Mark Biln High Law Claaa (V|« 

Almln 19(50 668 *39 6(5 + 30 

Am J.*dU4 05HO 17 314 37 + 1 

Aaamrra Soo «5 070 rn —10 

Banff *H5 *154 3 54 354 —4 

BraJaa 18(1) 345 3(0 3(0 

Calvert 12100 24 22 24 4 *4 

C Drbl 3150 470 450 470 +15 

CE Gal 1(290 635 110 *25 — 5 

C Grtdulf 381(7 *134 134 334 +14 
C Homcetd 566 480 470 475 — 5 

Cdn Sup O M5 1(84 (84 (84 + 4 

Cent Dal 7970 «23 224 224 — 4 

Chleftn 11260 950 *10 950 + 35 

C Weat F 332* IM 158 1H + 9 

Dynam 22500 383 3 75 375 

Fargo 500 MO 530 530 

Finch Pt 26(1X1 70S «7S *R5 +25 

Fin Ptr 447(7 300 95 99 +17 

Gr Plalna 3180 *214 21 31 — 4 

Gt COIIada 35(5 *104 304 784 


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Cor wart 38* M8 EM EM 

Copimn* mna 53 53 93 

Cap Fialdi 1308 124 119 124 + 4 

Cap Mu 7908 324 X 29 — 1 

Curtaa El00 43 (t 43+4 

CroJgTOt 330 *124 124 324 

Cattawd *nno x »h X + 1 

Creaatwl son 74 T4 74 

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DAragn» 8300 1* it 1? + 4 

Dear H *000 37 33 ss — * 

tKEIda 3(*94 9 90 73 *3 +0 

Deni arm 337* *77 4 77 77 

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Dnraa 340 *54 S4 54 

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E_Na* U ru 3611 92 89 8* _ 9 

flrabax 1*30 4(0 425 (26 —15 

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Artaanrai . .. 319 208 

Dectinai . 221 230 

UrtriMared ...... 357 £18 

New higha 37 X 

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NEW YORK 

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Advanrea _ M 638 

Daellnai . Ml 864 

UneMaogad -- W » 

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Pltaaary DWitMlw 
DlitrlbuHaa at Tawwi Mham 

The Toronto Stock Exchange hie been 
advlaed that tha folloatng compantea 
have entered Into underwriting end op¬ 
tion agre+menta which Buy raault In 
trraaury ah am of thrif cunnanlea br¬ 
ing under eiatrlbuloa currently through 
the ferllltlea of the Exchange: 
Armore »»80 39 174 10 414 

Cam MIM 9500 18 4 58 38 — 4 

C Nieto 45800 S3 44 *8 +3 

Glenn 40660 30 17 19 +14 

Sarttnca Itnfl 17 17 17 

CS Pet! 6100 281 280 265 

U Can 2*195 491 473 4M 


TORONTO (CP) - Prices f 
were up in moderate activity as u 
the industrial index advanced i; 
.67 to 162.9$. 

Fraser Com panic* headed the c 
Hat up with a gain of 3^4 points * 
to 22^ in a 6,355-share turnover. 1 
Continental Can of Canada aatd E 
it is holding exploratory talka 
with Fraser about a possible " 
takeover. | 

Fraser, which sold as high as \ 
23\ Wednesday, has advanoed 1 
4% since last week. A recent | 
takeover bid by Price Co. at 926 * 
a share failed. : 

IMC jumped 4 points to 34. : 
Canadian Tire A 2>4 to 34. Neon ! 
Products 1*4 to a high of 10Vi- 
Alcan 1^4 to 27H. Oshawa A and 
Dupont 1 each to 27)4 and 27 
and Overland Express % to a 
high of 12*. 

FPE — Pioneer and Simpsons 
fell 1 each to 26 \ and 34. 
Thomson! Newspapers % to 40 
and Industrial Acceptance and 
ConscUdated Bathurst % each 
to 20% and 2344. 

In western oils, Hudson's Bay 
Oil declined 1 to 45. Dome Pete 
% to 5744 and Central-Del Rio 
44 to 2244. Canadian GrldoU was 
up 1% to 1344 and CBnadisui 
Superior % to 4854. 

Among base metals. Pine 
Point dropped 2% to 4B44. 
Patino % 14% and CottaoUdaited 
Marbenor 45 oents to 4.75. 
Hudson Bay Mining gained % to 
55%. 

In golds, Campbell Red Lake 
gained 94 to 2544. 

Advance by Neon 

VANCOUVER — A sharp Use 
to 1094 In Neon' Products 
featured the market. The stock 
rose SI .75 on the day. Canadian 
Pacific Investments, and Sun A 
were also higher. Most other 
industrials weakened. 

Higher among mines were 
Brenda and Lornex, up .20 
each; Bralorne and Brenda up 
.15 each and Utica up .10. 

Alcan Maker Move 

MONTREAL (CP) — Several 
Issues made sharp price swings 
on the Montreal Stock Exchange 
Wednesday. Fraser Co. shot up 
three points and Canada Ce¬ 
ment tumbled two In active 
trading. 

Alcan jumped 1H points to 
2794', Canada Cement dropped 
two points to 27. 

Scott LaSalle slid 194 to 40, 
after trimming a 3’4-point drop 
in early morning trading. 

Consolidated Quebec Smelting 
dropped 16 cents to 52.58. 
Chemaltoy went down 13 cents 
to 54.05. 

United Obalsld climbed 11 
cents to $1.34 and Eagle in¬ 
creased 4 cents to $1.79. 

Optimism Reigns 

NEW YORK (UPI) — Trad¬ 
ers were cautious but optimistic 
and prices moved slightly 
higher on active turnover after 
being locked in a for most of 
the day. 

Selective glamor stocks and 
blue chips met modest demand 
but moves for the most part 
were confined to fractions. 

Steels tended fractions tower 
despite a spreading in the latest 
round of price hikes. Motors 
turned narrowly mixed. Chemi¬ 
cals also moved in a narrow 
range. Phillips Petroleum ad¬ 
vanced 2 in the mostly higher 
oils. Texaco rose 1%. 

Control Data climbed 494 to 
16394 in the electronics. IBM 
gained 394. Scientific Data Sys¬ 
tems and National Clash Regis¬ 
ter also Improved. Fairchild 
Camera lost 294 in fairly active 
trading. Motorola dipped 294 
and Burroughs fell a fraction. 

Chicago and North Western 
and its proposed merger part¬ 
ner, Chicago Great Western 
slumped 3% and 394, respectiv¬ 
ely. Airlines declined. Northwest 
gava up 3%. United fell 394 to 
5994 after reporting lower earn¬ 
ings. Aircrafts moved moody 
higher. 

London Stock Prices 

Aaad Elec Tie M; Aead Hews IS* 1148. 
Babcock A Wilcox 33a M; Byvoora *v 
*d: Buwmlrr Paper Coi-p Be 9d: Bill 
Am Tub 87e did; Brit Motor! Huldlue 
lie lOGil; Brit OxyKrn Ibe; Urtl Pelru- 
If lira Me Id; Burmeh Oil «a M; CPR 


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<*■ tVW; Imp fob 70a 4Hd; Int Pub 
£7* » Sax 48e TVid; Band 

lUa *d; Rdla-Royce 4*a Sd; Shell 
PJ1 WJ Tanfanrlka 25a: Unilever 
Ltd 40a; VMun Me THd: WooUorih IB 


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to the Class A Shareholders of 
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Donilrtue GJ.ee, common 10 cent! 
P*>able January IS; record Dccaaehar 
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I.IrmatoMl MlMr.il aai Chanleola, 
X cante, payable January 3; raoard 
Dcrerahaa 10; ad Daceantar 14 

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record Dacerabee 15; xd December II. 

Mntreal CMy Mi Dietrlel Baak. 12 
centa, payable February 1: record De¬ 
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Steel Prices 
Given Boost 

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Two 
more major American atari 
companies increased price* 
despite a plea for restraint from 
President Johnson. 

Armco Steel Corp-. sixth- 
ranked producer, and No. 3 Re- 
pubtio Steel followed the lead of 
top-ranked U.S. Steel and No. 2 
Bethlehem In anounoiog a $5- 
a-tort increase on sold - rolled 
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In pound. Marline ear krax loa 

Obpom—W ire Bari 

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(■tltt dfllmiift. Victoria, B.C, Thursday, December 7, 1967 


Business Topics 


Dollar Wins Round 


a requirement that 
weeks or even 


is remained pegged at 35 U.S. at Rio de Janlaro recently by would take 
)llara an ounce. members of the International months of wrangling. 

There still seems to be some Monetary Fund to offer Special □ 

>ub 1 as to whether the British drawing rights to member ooun- 

amd has yet been sufficiently tries as a means of taking the FOB OCEAN 

evaluated to {dace It at its true pressure off gold. Ocean Cement Lid. has ex* 

orth, and there is still doubt Royal Securities Corporation, pended its service area into 
i to whether the U.S. can hi a study of the situation, Kkimat, Terraoa and Prince 
definitely maintain its promise makes the point tost if me as- Rupert by the purchase of 
i allow central banks to change ures cannot be found to ocra- Kitimat Concrete Products Lid., 
ieir U.S. dollars into gold on plement toe use of gold and one of Kltlmat's pioneer com- 
emand. U.S. dollars as media for ponies. 

Much will depend upon the internaMontl payments, the sec- Kitimat Concrete, owned by 


NfrMU 


WINNIPEG (CP) 
government-run automobile in¬ 
surance would be cheaper than 
what privately-operated plans 
an insurance cam- 


can offer, 
pany president said Wednesday. 

But M. C. Holden of Wawa- 
nesa Mutual Insurance Co., said 
any financial savings would be 
nullified by rigidity and political 
influence. 

He told the Manitoba legisla¬ 
ture’s committee on car insur¬ 
ance that the costs of a state- 
run plan would be greater in the 
long run because of the finan¬ 
cial ramifications In other areas 
of toe economy and because 
supplementary coverage would 
be demanded by toe public. 


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OAK BAY VOTERS 

- BE AWAY SATURDAY? 
VOTE at the 
ADVANCE POLL 

OAK BAY MUNICIPAL HALL 
9 ajn. to 5 p.m. TOURS, and FRI, 


prioe of gold by all countries, crete, aggregates, concrete 

m,*ii RMKBVM masonry, concrete pipe and 

TOTAL RESERVES precast ^ It ^ (wn| Ebt 

Doubling the price of gold, it ready-mix plants at Terrace and 
says, would increase toe total Prince Rupert where It operates 
monetary gold reserves from as Skeen* Concrete Products. 
140,000.000,000 to 380,000,000,000, Detail! of toe sale have not 
or enough to reach toe 175,000,- been divulged. 

000,000 required for world trad- □ 

ing at Its preset* levels. SHOCK FOR USERS 

However, it points out, such a 
step could never be achieved 

with unanimity because it would ^ ^ 

be opposed by all countries with £*** boo ? ted by 8 per cent 

low reserve and no gold' produc- Ir “" , _ . 

Municipalities using Ontario 
ing capacity. Hyd ro power hav^been to- 

brighter SIDE formed of the Increase, and 


OTAWttVWC* 


Administration pane »mashed 


ELECT 


NOON ■ t PJtf. 


AS REEVE 
OF OAK BAY 


■ The man with the qualification! 

and toe time for toe Job. 

(Inserted by Fred Hswei Commute*) 


ALSO SBK On *n 

OS THK THEATRE PAGE 


Regular Advertisers 
Sell More Merchandise 


— A inantly white Movement Against 
white Political Suspensions ■mashed 


SAN FRANCISCO (CP) 
of Negro and 


2 roup _ 

students brought San Francisco I into the locked administration 

broke 


He Has Served a Year 
On Council 


State College to a dead stop building 
Wendesday in a riotous invasion windows and doors, and milled 
of the administration bitilding through toe halls, shouting: 
and other campus centres. "No suspensions. Hell No!" 

Reuten* news agency reported —ii —— 

400 students smashed H I 


per cent, up .04 per cent; 
municipals 6.74 per cent, up .13 tbout 
per cent; utilities 7.42 per cent, windows to break into toe 
up .02 per cent; Industrials 7.56 administration building in a 
per cent, up .05 per cent, demonstration to back demands 
q fur increased student rights. 

CIMCO NOT CHIMO ^ 

___ . , ... the actmsts were estimated by 

In th ! '? T iV ! der ^* , D ^ la J' pd „ observer, to number no more 1 
section in Wednesday. Colonist than m ^ ^ crowd * 1500 

^ » -A 


• On the PUaning and 
Zoniag Board (Chair¬ 
man). 

• Oa Public Work*. 

• Oa Parks Board. 

• On Recreation and 
Onmmaalty Service. 

• On Traffic. 

• Advisory Planning 
Commission. 

• Capital Regina Plan¬ 
ning Board. 


In Victoria Ciiy . . . 
Municipal Elections 


SATURDAY 


JET-SETTER 


been unjustifiably raised. 


Jet-Setters beware. 

Being ‘in’ is not all Margueritas 
and Daiquiris. 

Ever hear of Gooderham's 
Bonded Stock? 

It's been going down very well in 
the most esteemed circles. 

Point is, its flavour is rich and 
smooth and that’s what taste 
is all about. 

We also hear rumour that Bonded 
Stock is moving into the better 
villas. And onto the finer yachts. 

So even though you can find your 
merriment in Acapulco and San 
Juan, why go? A 

We Canadians can show *27 
you a little fun at home. mim 


Ian Stewart 


Let's Double The Voter 
Turnout This Centennial 
Year 


FOR TRANSPORTATION PHONE 3M - 4111 

Iniertad by la* SUwart Committee. 


Inaerttd by The City of Victor!* 


McKay-Carmack Ltd. Ship¬ 
yard of Victoria was the 
apparent low Udder Wednesday 
tor conversion and refitting of 
toe B.C. ferry Pece Nouvette, at 
{568,830. 

The second-hand ferry was 
p ur c h ased last summer in Que¬ 
bec and sailed through the 
Panama Can ad to Join B.C.'! 
ferry fleet. 


The bids by tour companies 
included work to be done on the 
hull, engine and other conver¬ 
sion and refitting aspects, in¬ 
cluding installation of a public 
address system, new lighting, 
osrpetfng and tttes. 

B.C. Marine Shipbuilder, Ltd. 
of Vancouver bid {684.920. Bur- 
rard Dry Dock Lad. of North 
Vancouver bid {755,322. 


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"The bids of course will be 
studied, toe recommendations to 
come later,” Premier Bennett 
said after opening toe tenders. 

The premier said toe govern¬ 
ment believed the ferry, which 
was purchased tor $1,700,000, 
would be brought Into service 
next spring for about half the 
oast of building & new vessel. 

Tlie ferry will be renamed the 
Sunshine Coact Queen. 


This advertisement is not published or 

displayed by the Liquor Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia 


PLUS 


A BEAUTIFUL 


NOTICE OF POLL 
MUNICIPALITY OF OAK BAY 


PUBLIC NOTICE U hereby given to the electors of the Municipality aforesaid that a poll has become necessary at 
the election now pending, and that I have granted such poll; and, further, that tha parsons duly nominated as can¬ 
didates at the said election, far whom only votes will be received, are; 


Baraama 


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12 llHiflriwtl Victoria, B.C, Thursday, December 7, 1WF 


Premier’s Only Bi-Bi Comment, 


Tlv Bi and Bi report contains uaa French as a language of 
a map which supports British iretruolion hi primary grades. 
Oohanbia’s contention (hat no ANY LANGUAGE 
government action is required Later, he atid private actiook 
to ealeguani French language j" ^ Prince could give 


“We don't frow n on that, but 
they get no government 
money,” Mr. Bennett said. “No 
segregation, by integration." 

He added: "The great blunder 
the United States made was to 
have segregated aohoate. Now 
they have riots In their dries. 
You've got to look abend and 
aee wtiat is going to happen 50 
years from now.” 

OLDER AREAS 

Bearish Columbians preoticaHy 
oft come from other parts at 
Canada and eteewhere in the 
world, the premier said. Unlike 
“alder areas," he added, thh 
province enjoyed s frtenefiy 
feehng among all racial and 
religious groups that was un¬ 
matched. 

Mr. Bennett was asked to 


• Former Alderman 

• A proven leader in 
city affairs 

• Director Gorge Road 
Hospital 

• Director Community 
Chest 

• Director Victoria 
Visitors Bureau 

• Chairman Civic and 
Public Affairs Com¬ 
mission Chamber of 
Commerce 

• Chairman Industrial 
Research Commis¬ 
sion Chamber of 


SEE WITHOUT GLASSES 


CONTACT LENSES 


ffennett 


6 Another 
Snow 


Bring Your Optical Prescription to Us 

Opes Daily, • s.m. to • p.m. — Fridays, t a.m. to • p.m. 


Consider It, 
Pleads MP 


Commerce 


dirtrioti in eight provinces 
f ■» a where these Is an oMkaal 

ig\ language mowriity of 10 per cog 

•T or more. Only B.C. and New¬ 

foundland have none of this 
B pp census category, where the 

3 commission recommended both 

Rene Levesque swd Wednes- English and French be made 
ay m Monflxead the royal the official languages, 
im mission report on bilingual- "The map shows it (the 
m and biculturatem “appears report) doesn’t affect us any- 
i be another anow job to keep where,” the premier said, 
uebec quiet." Mr. Bennett said he would 

Hie independent member at "study the report wcU” when he 
ie Quebec legislature said he ,ound time, but added that he 
as net yet had a chance to was with budget decisions. 
»d the report thoroughly, but "Die premier added that he 
first glance had given him wasn’t prepared to comm e n t on 
lat impression. a report that Coquitlam school 

Levesoue has ™ikd fnr ■ iloarA ' w,uW be asked Dec. 12 to 


ment by Opposition Leader 
Robert S traction that the Bi and 
Bi ocm nri Baton report was "J7,- 
000,000 worth of trouble” for 
Canada. 

“Mr. Strachan is generaly! 
wrong,” the premier said. “He 
may be wrong thh time. But 
there's a law of averages, and 
he may be right." 


VANCOUVER (CP)—A liberal 
MP Tuesday right pleaded 
with British Columbia™ to give 
thoughtful consideration to the 
firs* report of the Bilingualism 
and Bicukurahsm Commission. 

Ron Basfbrd, member for 
Vancouver Burrard, said British 
Columbians should not go off 
half-cOcfced on the report. 

“The fact is that whetiier we 
Kke it or not there are 6,000,000 
French-speaking Canadians and 
14,000,000 EngfelHspesks* Ca¬ 
nadians, and we have to find 
ways to which we can get along 
together," he said. 


ONE 

LOCATION 

ONLY 


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(Iraerted by th« Sava** Campaign Commit!**) 


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EXAMPLE OF YOUR SAVINGS DURING THIS 
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__> 19(7 FALCON 4-D00R SEDAN 


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Special Savings Thursday 9 a.m. to 9:30 p.m 

Buderet Store 3 00 Features 


Regularly 3.98 to 4.98 RtguloHy 1.99 

Girls’ Combination 

DRESSES TIE SETS 


Quilted Men’s 

HOUSECOATS SLIPPERS 


Corduroy 

SUITS 


wIk 

Smart, lightweight corduroy 
suite styled for women, 'Two 
styles: long sleeves or sleeve¬ 
less weaket-type both with 
flattering straight skirts. 
Colours of orange, navy, 
green, or red. Slses 8 to 18. 


each 

Put flair into your festive 
fashions and save at the same 
time] Choose from a wlds 
selection of beaded design 
evening bags in colours of 
pink, blue, black or white. 


2 for 

A gift Idea for Dad, attrac¬ 
tive ties with either socks or 
hankies to match .«. already 
boxed for you. Choose from 
a wide range of colours and 
styles. At this low pries 
you’ll want several seta. 


Oirle from 4 to 14 can enjoy 
warn comfort when you 
choose this savtap. Plump, 
quilted cotton with coin dot 
print fll 2 ss 4 to 14. 

Acrylic Cardigan! 

Styled tor aw warmth and fool 
ioditf . , . to Might a tittle girl 


Greet him Christmas morn¬ 
ing with a gift of comfort 
Choose these boot-style slip- 
pern with soft fleece lining. 
Brown. Maes 7 to 1 


Washable rayon dresses for 
ths little girls on your list. 
Dainty laee trimmed short 
sleeves. Several stylet to 
choose from , « . sizes 13 
months to fix, - 


Girls' Blouses 
A wide variety of 1*1*' 
blouses in cottar or rayon, 
trimmod. Sono havo throa-c 
lengtfi stotves. Stoss 7 to 14 


Woman's Slippers 

Comfort you can slip into anytims 
at a price you dM't mind paying. 
Veit uppers with oompsaitton soles. 
Wina or Mach. ^ AA 

SIMs I to 10. < I H 1 

Beg. S.fS> Sale, pair w.WW 


Substandard Socks 

flubatandarde in tiiifh high and 
Ioim socks ... a urines you'll 
want to stock up on. Aawwted 
panama and colour* in thia group. 


Mon's By|amas 

Cotton broadcloth pyjama * to * him. 
Jacket Baa oottan lapel aoDar and 
pocket. Bottoma havo ftdfd aim 
waist. Wide range of pattama. 
Siws A (3S) "S AA 

to s («). < IJM 

Bata, pair WtWV 

Coffon Sheets 

A linen value in never-pres* cat- 
ton. Chooae from double or twin 
fitted with lasting elasticlzed own¬ 
er*. Buy now and ^ 

aava. Bag. ■.!». A Mil 


Children's Slippers 

Bootle style lUppars with soft eor- 
duroy Upper! and durable rubBar 
soles. Choose froth blue or rad 
with White tut trim. 

5* 2„„B.OO 


Mon's Sport Shirts 

gave an these handsome sport 
ehirta tor men. Styled with neat 
fitting collar, long sleeves, and 
pocket Seme are permanent presa 
cotton. Wain shades and fancy 

c«k 8ML a nn 


Bath Towalt 

Thlek, a bear beat terry towels in 
an aMartment of fay eoieUred 
floral! or classic plaint. Stock 
your linen sleset now ang save 
even more. ^ *A 

*■»•« / . S (1(1 


from blue, sleek er taa. ttoig 10 
to II colleeiively, ^ AA 

3.00 

Boys' Swootshlrts 

Hooded and fleece-lined tor added 
comfort . . . these eweataSMl 
feature large front pockets awl 
long sleeves. White or grey. Bafli 
medium and large. Beg. uf. 


Boxod Panties 

Here’s a gift idea for Chriatmea at 
d special straws. Dsy-oMhs-waeM 
paltty MW of ragea trleot. Asserted 
cotoun. Attractively booed tor 
ffif!fifIag.S,M,L. A AA 


Boys' Slippers 

Just Uka Dads . . . opera style 
allppert for little boys. Smooth 
vinjd uppers, pliable soles. Brown 

stF? 3 nn 


Children's T-Shirts 

styled for Utile boy! arid gifts la 

Mg wearing, easy ears cotton. 
Long sleeve.. Assorted odours. 
Sites 4 to la. Beg. 1 .7! Is l.M. 


Mon's Dress Shirts 

Permanent press white shirts 
■Hared M Mg MVingi, They sever 
need ironing. Regular sellar. 
SIMS Mtt to 17. A AA 

SStet 3.00 


Bath Mat Sets 

Another value for the home . . . 
this plush altadlSe bath mat set. 
Assarted decorator colours Is 
choose from . . . mat measure# 
20" x 34" and features non-slip 

ssttL 3.00 


Women's Handbags 

A wide assortment Of styles to 
complement s Fall and Winter 
wardrobe. Many shapes and sizes 
to choose from In plain leather- 

3 00 

•ale, each J«WV 


Min'i Dress Socks 

viyeua substandard!. 1r a r it im¬ 
ported from England in plain 
shades of blue, brown, grey and 

« 3 


Fa kg Fur Hah 

Sleek Styling hi toke fur ... a 
smart and serviceable gift idea. 
Wide variety of styles and Shape! 
to choose from . . . white, grey, 
brown or Mack. ^ 

Bfc«r** 3.00 


Twill bums 

For pour teener # ■ , black twill 
slims styled with a Western flair 
and priced to please the budget. 


Did 382-7141 

ask for 

Telephone Shopping' 


Downstairs Budget Store 































Philips Speedflex Shaver Gives the Close Shave Men Want! 

A Phillips shave can't help but be dean and dose, because only Philips has the micro- 
groove flexible twin-action heads. Comes complete with cord and cleaning brush in a 
handsome presentation case. Give Philips to your man—it’s a gift he’ll appreciate and use 
for years to come. Save now at the sale price. 

Shaven, Main Floor 


Regularly 17.95! Men's Pullovers 

Make it a sweater for him this Christ¬ 
mas .. . and buy it now at Eaton’s 
... you’ll save on everything but fine 
quality. These are all-wool pullovers 
in popular colours. Fully fashioned 
raglan sleeves, V or crew neck. Bdge, 
green, heather blue, dark blue or 
wine. Sizes S, M, L, XL. 

Mea’a Wear, Mala Floor 


Vi Price! Gift Cufflink Sets 

Regularly Bet, 6-501 An outstanding 
selection at a special low price. 

Choose from smoked stones, mother > 
of pearl and many more. Many col¬ 
ours and shapes, some with tie-bars * 

and tie tacs. Shop early for best selec¬ 
tion, you’ll want several for gifts! * 

Moa'a Fu ml akin [i, Mala Floor 


Save 15.01! Birkdale Leather Coats 

Regularly 70,00. New Zealand suede or fine 
Angola Cabretta leather, both with full zip-In 
Orion pile or Borg Acrilan lining. Styled for 
comfort and easy fit with % raglan sleeves, * 
self-collar and 3-button front. Leather coats 
approx. 32” in black or dark brown. Suede 
approx. 35” in medium and dark brown. Sizes 
36-46. An excellent value at Eaton’s. 

Mea’i nothing. Mala Floor 


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Occasional Tables: Six Styles 

Swedish walnut veneer, modern atyllng. Solid walnut headen on too, elm 
let*- Cocktail table, 54x22xl0H. Me, each M.OO 

Same with pedestal beat. End table, 28x20x2im Sale, each M.OO 

Round Lamp Table. 23x21H. Bale, each M40 Commode, 2Xx20x22%M, 
Bale, each 7B.00 Bunching Table, 16x16x1 IH. Bale, each SB.OB. 

Furniture, Be coed floov. Hone Furnishings Building 


Viking 

Underoounter Dishwasher 

Just the gift for your wlfel The d>ahwaahert Two-waah cydea, triple 
rlnalng, plate-warmer aettiDg, dual waah arma with hlgb-apaed pump ana a 
self-cleaning Alter. What more could aha with fort ^ ^ A A 
Porcelain interior. UDV-2. QQ 

Appliances, Main Floor, Home Faralablaga Balldlag 


Eaton’s Benown 
Vacuum Cleaner 

Upright vacuum cleaner with three-way cleaning action, three-position 
handle, two-poeitkm pile adjustment. Uaea dlapoaable / A Q Q 
dirt bag and has washable vinyl outer jacket. Two-apeed X X 

motor Tor u»e with attachments. M5630. gale, each V a a W W 

Vacuaml, Mela Floor, Homo Furalabtnga BuUdlng 


Big Savings on Portable 
Record PlayersI 

Portable Manual Model with front speaker, tone con¬ 
trol, four speeds, convenient flip-over cartridge. Two- 
ton a case. Model 312. -JA 77 

Bale, each 4“. I / 

Portable Antomatto Model—Will play mono or stereo 
records. Has separata volume and tone control, four- 
speed floating turntable. tq "j’j 

Model 702. Sale, each J/./ I 

Record Players, Mala Floor, 
, Home Furnishings Building 


Choose from 3 Oift 
Lamps! One Prioel 


Handsome Antique 
Oreen Finish Cellarette! 


3.26 Off Corningware 
9-Cup Percolator 


Brass-flntahed Ura with cast metal column, white 
shantung shade on vinyl. Trlllght, 37” high. 

Frweeh Provincial with large urn font In amber, blue or 
amoke; antique briee base, white ehada. 

China base in swirl urn design on metal base, whits 
silk shade. 38” high. 

Bale, eech 26.99 

Lamps, Main Floor, Horae Furnishings Building 


French Provincial styling, opens to hold gtnerous supply 
of his favourlta liquors and mixes, with shelves and bar 
top far serving. A delightful addition to dining room 
or den, to smooth antique green finish. T7 “»“T 

Bale, each / / . / / 


Regularly, 13.351 Just what you've wanted for your own 
treasured Corningware set! Makes nine cups of de¬ 
licious coffee and comes to the table for attractive 
service. White and blue finish with chromium-plated 
top band and cool handle. Q QQ 

Bale, each s 


Furniture, Second floor, Home Furnishings Building 


Housewares, Lower Main Floor 


Haddon Hall Bathroom Scales 

Help keep track of your weight gain and loss with this 
Item. Features automatin zero reset . . . comes In 
decorator colours of pink, black or whits. 7 qq 

Beg. f.M. Bata, each • 

House wares, Lower Mala Floor 


Colonial Ladder Back Chair 

In antique maple finish. High-bsck style with com¬ 
fortable, ••outed-out seat and handsome turned spindles. 
Buy a set for Christmas. | f" QQ 

Bale, each ' 

Furniture, Second Floor, Home Furnishings Building 


9" Beaver Tilting Arbour Saw 

Professional quality with big capacity for all sawing op¬ 
erations. Will cut stock a full 2*4" thick at 90* — 1%** 
thick at 43*- Features rugged construction and easy 
operation. Saw and stand. Model No. 6200. l sn rA 
Beg. 17B.M. Bole, each I t/.JU 

Power Teole, Lower Mata Floor 


Cigarette Table Specially Priced 

An attractive table to fit into any room! Traditional 
styling with pie-crust edging and veneer tops; 14” 
diameter tops and 20” high. Available In frultwood, 
or walnut finish. 1 Q QQ 

Bale, each • f mf* 

Furniture, Second Floor, Horae Famishing* Building 

66-Pce. Square Socket Wrench S9l 

V and H” size with full-drop forged steel, copper, 
nickel and chromium-plated to prevent rust; heat- 
treated and precision-sized. Limited 34 QC 

quantities. Reg. 43.05. Bale, set 

Tools, Lower Main Floor 

Viking Upright Vacuum 

Features large capacity dirt bag, reliable pick-up on 
both floors and rugs, carpet beater bar and full brushing 
action all housed in unbreakable plastic. a a *t“t 
M odel F625. Sale, each 77./ / 

Vacuums, Main Floor, Homo Furnishing* Balldlag 

Floral or Plain Cushions 

Spark up a tired chesterfield suite, chair, even a carpet, 
with one or several of these attractive cushions. Satins, 
cottons, velvets In floral or i ^q i « q£ 

plain coloured covers. Bala, each I • • * to I U. JO 

Draperies, Second Floor, Home Furnishings Building 

Save 1.53 on Festive Chip 'n Dip Bowls 

Regularly 5.50! Buy one fra- your own home and others 
for gifts at this special low price! An Eaton exclusive 
pattern In leaf design comes In green, orange or brown. 
Holds good supply of crispy chips and haa holder for 
your favourite party dips. 3 q^ 

Christmas Bale J.7/ 

China, Main Floor, Home Furnishings Building 


Viking Portable Dishwasher 

What could make the hostess happier . . . than no more 
dishwashing! You can with this value. With the Viking 
there's no pre-rinsing of dishes . , . washes twice, then 
rinses three times. * 7*10 “77 

White. Bale, each . / I 

Major Appliances, Main Floor, 
Home Furnishings Building 


Eaton's is as 
Near as Your Phone 

Dial 

382-7141 

Ask for 

Telephone Shopping 


Shop and Save 
Now with 
NO DOWN 
PAYMENT 


Decorative Assorted Hassocks 

If it’s a gift for the home you have in mind . . . 
these baanocks accents are just the tiling. Shapes in¬ 
clude round, oblong, chest-type, hexagon and stool style. 
Assorted colourful covers. -J AQ JQ QC 

Bale, each # to J/. 

Furniture, Second Floor, Home Furnishing* Building 


Framed Reproductions 

Always in good taste ... a Christmas gift Idea to be 
welcomed by someone on your gift list. Included in 
this group you'll find land and seascapes, florals, still 
life; ill beautifully framed. 7 9 ^) 49 95 

Pictures nnd Mirrors, Hecond Floor, 
Home Furnishings Building 


'Titan" Universal Radio 
Regularly 39.95! 

Solid'state, 7 transistors and tuned circuits, self-con¬ 
tained speaker, custom in-dash installation, illumin¬ 
ated side dial. Model TMA1550. *3 7 QQ 

Bale, each 

Auto Accessories, Main Floorr 
Home Furnishings Building 


Handsome Cedar Chest 

In mellow walnut finish. Selected veneers with genuine 
Tennesee red cedar interior. Comes with lock and key. 
100.00 mothproof insurance. *70 AA 

Bale, each / J*vv 

Furniture, Second Floor, Home Furnishings Building 

























Novelty 3-pieoe Knit Suits Specially Priced 

What better way to enter the festive season than with a lovely novelty knit! Three distinctive 
styles in ribs, plains and jacquard patterns. Double and single breasted jackets, slim skirts, shells 
with turtlenecks or round necks. Teal, olive, brown, jade, blue, black and red. QQ 

Sizes 10 tQ 18. Sale, each JL O. x ✓ 

£u!ln. Floor ol Fashion 




Save 6.01! An Imported Cardigan Special! 


Save 22.01! Handsome Capeskin Jackets, 2 Styles 


Ordinarily 20.001 A gift she'll treasure! Exquisite white sweaters 
with colourful embroidered patterns. Colour combinations of pink/ 
orange and blue/green. Wool. Sizes S.M.L. (A) Hand-embroidered, 
chanel-style sweater with silk-like lining. (B) Raglan sleeve cardigan 
with button closure. Sale, each 


Regularly 55.00! Leather, a girl’s dream. Choose from navy, white, 
chocolate. Sizes 8 to 16. Box styling with horizontal stitch seam¬ 
ing. Smart for sports wear with skirts or pants. (A) Jacket with 
rounded collar. Two horizontal pockets. (B) Jacket with tailored 
neckline. Two vertical slash pockets. Sale, each 


Sportawear, floor of FuuM 


Cosy Quilted Housecoats, Regularly 9.00 


Robes In large or small floral prints, plain 7* 
or with ruffle trim. Bright, assorted VIVI 

colours in sizes 8 to 14. Sale, each ^7 m S S 

Young People’s World, Third Floor 


Save on Fine Botany Wool Sweaters! 


Machine-washable and dryable sweaters In two popular 
styles: (A) Classic iong-aleeved cardigan; (B) Mock turtle 
neck, long-sleeved pullover. Black, pink, beige, light green 

and turquoise, in sizes 36 to 40. 6.99 


6.99 


Shirts! 


Fussy 


Sportowear, Floor of Faahloa 


Shop 

Thursday ’til 
9:30 p.m. 


Sportswear, Mata Floor 


In fine white, easy-care cotton. Two styles: (A) Tuck-in 
style with pointed collar and removable, lace-trimmed 
jabot; (Bl Inner-outer style with tucks and laces on front, 
convertible collar. Both with long sleeves. QQ 

Sizes 10 to 16. 8ale, each V.77 


Sportswear, Mala Floor 


Women's Italian Mules 

For the hostess *. . elegant satin mules In pale tones of 
blue, pink or black or white. Some in gold or silver 
metallic finish ... all have chunky, one-inch heels. 
Sizes 5 to 10, collectively. C QQ 

Reg. l.N. Bale, pair J.77 

Shoes, Floor of FaaUoa 


Orion Knit Dresses, Regularly 8.00! 

Easy-care, machine-washable dresses in easy-fitting styles 
for sizes 4 to 6x Choose several for your P 
gift list. In bright assorted colours. ^ VJVJ 

Sale, each ^ ^ ^ 

Young People’s World, Third Floor 

Attractive Sewing Baskets! 

Regularly s.ss! Large enough to bold all of her sewing 
accessaries . . . 12xlQxl0-inch with 7%-4nch legs. Choose 
pink, light blue or maize with rayon linings. S QQ 

OvMbu Bale O.// 

Wools aad Faaey Goo de. Third Floor 

Natural Mink Stoles 

Tha gift of luxury . , . beautifully-designed mink Stoles. 
Styled with bolster or shawl collars, pockets. Natural pas¬ 
tel shades of pastel orchid and pastel dawn. *1“TQ Afl 
Beg. SS9.ee. Sale, each 4. / 7.UU 

Fur Saloa, Floor of Faahloa 

Imported Lace Tablecloth 

Elegant cotton lace, delicate and classic, to grace your 
dining table throughout the festive season. Ecru shades 
with scalloped edging. Gift-boxed. 

Size 60”x8Q”« “1 4Q Size 70”x90”. oar* 

Bale, each * Bale, each 7 ."Tlf 


Bale, each 7,~7 

■ehold Ltaeaa, Third Floor 


Save 3.01 on Quilted Duster or Robe! 


Regularly 14.09 and 18.00! Cosy, lightweight robes with 
embroidered trim on patch pockets, collar and down 
front. Melon,or Copen shades in sizes S.M.L. 

Duster— 1 t\ QO Long Robe— 1 *} flft 

Bale, each \\J.J7 Bale, each l *-.77 
Lingerie, Floor of Faahloa 


Eaton's is as Near 
as your 
Phone 

DIAL 

382-7141 

Ask for 

"Telephone Shopping" 


Save on 15" High Lined Fashion Boots 


Soft leather leg huggers with squared toes and low 
stacked heels. (A) Black leather with side elastic gore; 
(B) Black leather shaft with easy front lace. 1 A QO 
Sizes 6 to 9 1 *. medium width. Bale I t .77 

Shoes, Floor of Faahloa 

























LOCAL NEWS 


PAGE SEVENTEEN 


VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1967 


SECOND NEWS SECTION 


Special Unit Aim of Multiple Sclerosis Pled 


Centre 


Woman’s $100,000 Spurs Hop 


scleroak victim* usually special type of boarding 
qualified to stay In an mute home,” said Mr. Phillips, 
care hospital — such aa Royal Fred Dunget, a governor ol 
Jubilee or 3t. Joseph's — only the Cosmopolitan Club, aaid 
to the diagnostic stage. the gift evolved tram a 

T „ .. ... friendship between Mr*. Field- 

In addition, they often did ^ c , ub member 

not meet governmen t requ ire- „ w , juBt delighted," 

menta for atay ^ «rtmded- ^ ^ ^ 
oare centre, or rehabilitative wonderfu] thiag> our 

h “P italB - expectations” 

"They generaDy have to go Last year, Mr*. Fielding, 

to their famlliei or to a with the content of her 


husband, Major Lloyd Field¬ 
ing, donated $4,500 toward 
purchase of a Cosmo bus, 
which hat a hydraulic lift and 
alteration! to suit the necda of 
six wheelchair and two seated 
passengers. 

At a recent installation 
night, the Cosmo-Pak, the 
women's section of the club, 
announced they were giving 
$150 toward a multiple scler¬ 
osis building fund and the ooat 


of a Christmas dinner, to be 
held Saturday for victims of 
the disease. 

Arthur HiHaden was in¬ 
stalled as the Cosmopolitan 
regional governor; Kenneth 
Johnston, president; Charles 
Gibba and Sidney Clark, first 
and Second vice-presidents 
respectively; Peter Holmes, 
secretary; Arthur Meaaer- 
schmidt, treasurer; Gordon 
Ireland, sergeant-at-arms. 


pie Sderoeis Society aaid it 
hadn’t been derided where the 
money would be applied. 

There are about 200 multi¬ 
ple acleroak victims on Van¬ 
couver Island, about 150 of 
whom live to Vic torts. While 
some are able to hold jobs, 
many are in private boarding 
houses or confined to bed or a 
wheelchair in their homes. 

W. H. Phillips, president of 
tiie society, arid his organiza¬ 


tion was exceedingly grateful 
for the money and he hoped tt 
would be used for a separate 
hospital that would treat all 
mentally normal but physi¬ 
cally handicapped people. 

"We don't think there 
should be a treatment centre 
far each individual disease,” 
be said, cxpl siring that a new 
hospital wouldn’t oome tato 
being "ovenright.’* 

Mr. Philips said multiple 


B a 111 n -Fielding Memorial 
Wing. Battin k her maiden 
name. 

The $100,000 gift k one of 
the largest ever contributed to 
medical facilities in Victoria. 
About two years ago, C. P. 
Woodward, o f Woodward's 
Stores, gave $150,000 to Royal 
Jubilee Hospital. 

Spokesmen far the Cosmo¬ 
politan Club end the Victoria 
and Vancouver Island Multi- 


A Victoria woman has given 
$100 000 far a hospital unit to 
treat victims cf multiple 
sclerosis, tt was announced 
Wednesday. 

The gilt Is from Mrs. Elis* 
Fielding, who donated Ihe 
money through the Ooaroopoli- 
tan Club tor an addition to an 
existing hospital or a new 
building. 

Mrs. FVefchr* has suggested 
im lbs unit be called the 


Pact Praised 


Saaaleh poHee dog Bex with handler Co as table Jim White 
helped locate «M worth of took stolen Monday from a shed 
at Grower* Wist Oe., titi Oaslrs. 

A lw» i»ii boom of the tort* wes found la heavy 
bmh slnsgshls the railway tracks behind the wise company. 

Ihe rest were fond on the bettom of a nearby creek. 

Saaaleh pellee watched the area Taeaday and caught 
four boys aged b etween U and 14 yearn. They admitted the 
theft sad led pellee ta seme of the task. The boys were 
timed over to thefcr parents. 


Museum Expert 

Sasquatch 

Called Hoax 


Striking shingle weavers at the McCarter Shingle 
and Shake Ltd. on Songhees should be back at work 
within a few days, a union representative told the Vic¬ 
toria Labor Council Wednesday. 

Wiflkm C Webb, president of ' 

Local 2802 of the Shxvfe 
Weavers Union, which baa bad 
1? men on strike since Oct 16, 
e»M the nrJm had arrived at a 
good e e tikTnenf on w igs . 

Union bu*M agent Brace 
Rdbarteon eafd Ihe eetOe m ar * k 
a dramatic one-poeaUy rariqva 
to B.C ta tha toduetry ta Ik 
provision* far praterifon of 
ration empl o yees. 

MAJOR CHANGE! 

"Changes In working oortfi- 
tkxw. tiie introduction of new 
machinery and new Jobe cre at ed 
are all to be nogottatod within 
the life of the contract,” be 
said. "We have won major 
-hnngrw to e s h toa t tou proosed- 

htgs, too-” 

Under the tentative orates**, 
rrtartiy baaed on company 
afltara made Tuesday after day 
long bargafnteg. eawyera will 
receive $1.50 an hour end 81 
cents per square. The ration was 
inclined to seek tees incentive 
■ pay and more hourly pay, but 
this offer was agreed upon by 
ration members Wedn c w ta y. 

PRESIDENT PLEASED 

Company pnuhfrnt W. K. 

McCarter raid Wednesday be 
ratitemtood a eetttement had 
been rt fa ed but he had no de¬ 
tails yut 

"However, X am glad to hear 
it has been a e tfted, and we can 
gat down to bite ness.” ha aaid. 

The newly-automated pks* 
s has not been in full operation, 
i and the installation of m a chinery 
has no* yet been completed 


Those plaster casts of Sasquatch footprints prove 
Ihe whole thing h a fake, claims Frank Beebg at the 
Provincial Museum, but provincial anthropologist Don 
Abbott said his mind was still open on fl* aibject 

And toaf Sasquatch movie 
^--i was Jute a man in a hahry nit, 


Cordova 

Bay 

Battered 


Mr- Beebe added Wednesday. 

John Green at Harrkon, who 
made tom dozen cates of Sas- 
quateh footprint* in California 
Ite summer, says tf that's tiie 
way the Provincial Mramxn 
leek, he want* Me cute* back. 

Provincial artihropotorf* Don 
Abbot stopped gtageriy aside 
Wednesday and ted hi* 
opinion about Saaquatehe* re¬ 
mand open. 

HAIRY MONSTERS 

The legendary hairy mouters 
of Ihe Ooaat mountakp came 
tato the new* again hat aranmer 
when Mr. Abbott wet* to north¬ 
ern CabfcRtia to toupee* huge, 
mwUfea fo otprints which Mr. 
Green woe preserving ta ptoteer. 


Jubilee Hospital. "We could knew. It Is wasting time that 
have go* tel that Information will never be made up . . . and 
Iran the provincial govern- the cost in datlara is regret- 
ment.” table.” 

"I agree completely,” said Both stressed tiiat they were 
Ian Horne, a member of speaking personally—they were 
Jitodee's board. "This report not exoresslne Jubilee’s affiria 


The $40,000 survey being made 
of Greater Victorias hosjtital 
needs is a waste of taxpayers' 

Lime and money, two hospital of¬ 
ficials claimed Wednesday Digit. 

"I sum disgusted end fed up." 

marled J. Oorateny Haddock, ___ _ ______ 

ebattsnan of toe board at Roytelwil tel us thtaga we ateeady attitude or ttte policy of Ma board 

or wtatinktoation. 

■RM^^^HMHHMHRRRtoRI Frances Eiflord sold the mag¬ 
nitude of tiie solution la euoh 
» that It needs a thorough study 

Srm by outsiders. 

UCT/I1 Mr*. Etford. Mr. Home and 

W Dr. G. Scott W a Bare, tel candi- 

In data* in the Oak Bey mutidpal 

election. 

n APRIL DATE 

■ Jl^kWlIlO’ ' ■ N Dr. Wallace said a recent 

1 survey of 20 people on a hospi-1 

_ ,. _ , bail "urgent" waiting list reveai- 

Donted Brlgg. matang bat- M| ed lhat tour d.ed brtore they 

tene* . . . (Employed at a tire ■■Kdyg could get hc*p.tal treatment 

“ Ve \ “* EKM The Agnew Peckham report. 
3761 Saanich Road with his wife, tor *4** toe munldpalttles 

Beb,. and daughter. Psmele. 6, irxi previndel govetranont ore 

and Heetaar-Ana*. 4. Ha boa a I paying $40 000, k expected tn 

® MT 7* ***• mvy - 'L-Jr AprIL It probably wtil aay W 

Don’t favorite bobWea are J.; tal tori a needs $40,000,000 werto of 

■ptxta and watching trtevlalon. rta/ new hospitals right away. 

1 • I ’r ' I Meantetiie. Mrs. Elfrad maln- 

Ataii Rotaoe listening to a radio Hi tamed lhat the A*n<n* Prekham 

. . . Cyril Rodd checking a fjf f study is the "best way cf insur- 

boat . . . Barbara Munro cheer- SJ j Ing wise use of ora money." 

fully being helpful . . . Nora She claimed provincial gav- 

Kramcsao tpring to make a enxnent has about $84,000,000 

in a sock which should be going 
to hospitals. The money is un¬ 
spent revenue from the 5 per 
cent sales tax. 


Tourists 
Like 
It Here 9 


Both Esquimalt council and 
merchant* are myopic, accord¬ 
ing to Sam Lane, proprietor of 
the OMe England Inn in Esqui¬ 
mau, 

Ha ■ aid Tuesday tiiat Esqui¬ 
malt council bad dona the right 
thing far the w ron g reason in 
deciding not to buy advertising 
space in a tourist magazine 
after hearing two councillor, 
say the municipality didn't have 
much to offer the tourist that la 
worth advertising. 

SAME VISION 

"We certainly have something 
to offer the tourist.” said Mr. 
Lane. "Something tiiat has at¬ 
tracted 1,500,000 of them to Esq¬ 
uimau,'* 

•'The trouble Is that council 
and the merchants suffer from 
the same myopic vision, and 
don't see what is right in front 
cf them. 

"The merchants and Esqui¬ 
malt should be putting up their 
umbrellas against the golden 
shower, not ignoring the whole 
thing.” 

PRIVATE PUBLICATION 
Mr. Lane aaid Monday iti^it'a 
application was from a private 
puttieation which he himself 
advertises tn. 

It la not council's business to 
put their money Into private 
publication, he said. 

"What I question is why coun¬ 
cil gives a anngy $300 to the 
Vancouver Island and Greater 
Victoria Visitors’ Bureau, when 
tourism brings $83,000,000 to 
B.C. every year-money which 
spreads right through the com¬ 
munity-” 

He said both Esquimalt and 
Saanich were very short sighted 
, in their attitude toward the 
bureau. 


December 7, 186 7 


McCulloch’s Creek Qea rta- Meaera. FlMAiag, Morse, 
Wardie, Haaoaxd ead Carrol are toe proprietors of a gold 
quarts vein discovered on the above creek which they have 
named the New Weetmlnoter Quarts Lead. The average Jleld 
of three samples from this lode was S**4 to the ton, the gold 
being *23 fine. The ledge has not been shipped to nay ex¬ 
tent, but Is believed to be rich. 

The wetitlier brightened up last evening and gave Indi¬ 
cation of a cold saap. The rainfall during the past 4# days 
has been unusually heavy and the wind storms have been 
nlmost unprecedented. 


VMnrta may have anstiier the tn 
mas* oommunity hike In 1968. 

Maurice F. Strong, director 
general of Canadian external 
aid, aaid in a letter this week points, 
that "it is certainly our inteu- He « 

hon to see that marches are Premu 

tracks 

continued across Canada in ^ 
l* 8 ” and bi 

EDUCATION HELP To 1 

The great hike of Nov. 25 in- J? 1 * * 
Vclved approximately 10,500 . “ 

people, most of them teenagers. * K * 
tt raked a hoped-for $100,000 to- SOM1 
ward aiding education In under- "It’i 
developed aounties. Total will be delibe 
known later title month. "I c 

Bob Taylor, University of Vie- hoaxe 
tone atudent organizer of ti» that A 
march, endorsed Mr. Strong's Fro< 
statement with aesne reserve- gaid ^ 
tons Wednesday- ^8 I 

ILwiKfl 

'T titink It wottid probably 
be a good tiring, but I’m not A {| 
aure we noted do ao well again," 

* **“- S£S 

COMMITTEE MEETS said 

A meeting of tiie oo-onXnatii« accou 
committee farmed to continue P 01 * 1 *- 
tiie woric of Project 100 will be IN U 
held lit the university litis eve- He 
ning. Abbot 

Mr. Taylor said that additional "Wl 
ribbons have been printed far come 
awarding to the marchers who toes a 
completed tiie 25.8-mUe course, throuf 
The committee had only 3,000 on wear? 
hand when about 7,500 people Mr. 
■roesad tbaJWah line. easts 


Donald 


As City Joins Saanich with Multiple Polls 


No Evidence of Two-Timers 


honesty in the electorate. It 
was unnecessary. 

"The setup in Saanich has 
worked effectively both far 
tiie convenience of ttte voter 
and the municipality,” ob¬ 
served Mr. Hayward. 

In addition to 1600 Govern¬ 
ment, there will he polling 
-depots at James Bay school. 
Goodwill Enterprises, 220 Bay 
Street, Sir James Douglas 
school and Oaklands school. 

An advance pot! opened 
Wednesday morning, at City 
Hall, and will continue today 
and until 5 pm. Friday. By 
ckmtng time Wednesday, only 
two ballota had been east. 


Gordon Hayward, returning nesday that there "has never 
officer in Saanich where there been one kfa of evidence” cf 
have been multiple polling duplicate voting, 
depot* far years, aaid Wed- Check* are made every 

- year, Mr. Hayward added, 

and there has been absolutely 

Vote Rally £r catk " * 


By A. H. MURPHY 

There k no certain way to 
prevent duplicate voting in 
Victoria on Saturday, but if 
an elector does so he is not 
only breaking the law but can 
consider him self a dirty rat. 

Besides, he'il probably get 
caught by a cheek to be made 


Any elector may vote In any 
one of the five. 

"I suppose there k a 
possibility of duplicate voting, 
but I believe tt to be remote,” 
Morran Waller, taty clerk and 
retraning officer, aaid Wed¬ 
nesday. 


after the election. 


For the first time in Its 
history, the city will have 
multiple polling places. In¬ 
stead of tiie usual one in the 
Old Age Pensioners No. 1 hall 
at 1600 Government Street, 
there will he five spotted 
around the city. 


of duplicate voting, he is tion will be on the platform at 
stealing a ballot and dishonor- Uplands elementary school at 
ing his franchise. He stands a 8 p.m. tonight The public meet- 
chance of getting caught and mg is sponsored by the Univer- 
punirtied, a* does the common sity District Ratepayers’ Associ 
thief," Mr. Walk? added. ation. 














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Balia diilonial. Vlctaflo, B.C., Thursday, December 7,1967 



OTTAWA (CP) — In the critic of Ibe way the te rri tory Mr. Shortt, «4n wondered 

mail received tola w eek by of 16,000 residents now is Into Ibe te rr itory a number of 
MPs wax « 20-page booklet governed. yean ago and worked there 

urging that the cabinet give ★ ★ ★ first as a dishwasher, says in 

approval in principle to the Copies were distributed to his introduction: s 

Yukon eventually becoming MPs by Erik Nielsen (PC- “S e 1 (government is on 

Canada's 11th province. Yukon) who tried unsuccess- everybody's Mpa in the, Yukon 

The booklet, entitled Blue- fully last year to have the and every single candidate of 

print for Autonomy-Eight Y ukon territorial council ap- the 18 who stood for office in 

Slops to Provincehood, wa* pear before the Commons the just-past territory council 

written by Ken Shortt, pub- northern affairs committee to election put self-government 

Usher of the Whitehourse present its case for Increased at the top of his campaign 

Daily News and an outspdken powers. platform. 


"The question than la not if 
Yukoners wfll get sett-gov - 
emment but when and how.” 

Once cabinet agreed the 
Yukon toould attain province- 
hood. the role of commis¬ 
sioner should be revised to 
that of lieutenant-governor. 

Reference to the booklet 
cropped up in the Commons 
Tuesday when MPs approved 
boundaries between the Yukon 
and British Columbia. 


Howard Johnston (SC-Ota- all toe trappings anl expense 
nagan-Revelstoke) said Can- of • provincial system of 
ada already has to many government that neither they 
provinces and that develop- nor toe country as a whola 
ment of the North does not will be able to afford.” M , 
need the setting up of pro- ★ ★ ★ ^ 

Vinces there. 

Union with B.C. ia natural 
* * * tor the Yukon, said Mr. 

“We would hope that the Johnston, and development of 
infinitesimal population will the ld<*a, was probably fav- 
grow In the North; but that ored by many territorial 
growth will not be assisted by residents. 


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lltia d'lfK Victoria, B.C., Thursday, December 7, 1967 


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Magistrate Ostler reserved 
judgment to Dee. 14 on the trial 
of WiMam Goedten, 3229 Don- 
c later, and Robert Foley, 512 
Meataes, who are charged with 
bvealong into the Royal Cana¬ 
dian J&avy Sailing Assoc ietian 

h\>vJS 

DaSr Anthony Clark said he 
found..* latent fingerprint ton 
pres Men on a piece of glass 
outside the buikiing He identi¬ 
fied the print as belonging to 
Goetken. 

FIGMENTS 

®et. Clark said he also 
examined a pair of gloves, and 
found a smear of gold material, 
similar to that on labels of four 
liquor bottles produced in court, 
and fragments of glass, wood 
add putty. 

lyfldence was given that the 


gleams were found by police in 
tHCfcar of a car driven by 
Douglas Beasley. 

Mr. Beasley said he dropped 
Goetken and Foley oft at a 
house on the Old Wand High¬ 
way at about 10:30 p.tn. Nov. 22 
aadjptcked them up st the seam 
ptXce Jwo hours later. 

^If-Said befo men were 
envying forir coats when they 

_ A * _I /I_A. _ 1 -IJ II A 


returned Court was told that 
the {dace where the two acciwed 
were picked up was about nix- 
mile from the 


tenths of 
association's clubhouse at 1001 
IMaplebank. 

CpI. Frank Bell of the Es- 
quimak police said he spoke to 
FalCyon the morning of Nov. 
2> 'FbF-y had with him 550 in 
bills and 54 70 in ah/er. 

Foley told him that he had 
received his social assistance' 
cheque last week. 

Court was told that 5147 and 
five bottles of liquor were stolen 
fram the building Nov. 23. 


tfSeoca Mitchell of 3905 
Quadra was fined 575 when she 
pleaded guilty to stealing 536.23 
worth of goods TXiesday from 
Woodward's. 


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I.S(Jl ni ALT 

SPORTS CENTRE 


21 Balls d rifl rtf ti Victoria, B.C., Thuriday, D*c«mb*r 7, 1967 


It has previously been the contention here, perhaps for 
remoni more nationalistic than realistic, that Canadian football 
should retain ita identity and resist the trend towards adoption 
o# United States rules. After years of television exposure to 
both versions of football a convert has been made. 

Canadian football haa steadily become duller and duller for 
the spectator until this season produced the ultimate pt football 
boredom. Coaching tactics; and Improved defensive techniques 
have more and mare transformed the three-downs game into a 
pJunge-pass-punt affair which only occasionally produces much 
in ti)e way Of thrilling action. 

By contrast, the game sa played In the U.S. professional 
league* becomes more and more a spectator's game, replete 
with thrilling rallies and spectacular plays which almost 
invariably sustain interest right to the last whistle. It has 
become no rare occurrence, at least In this area, when 
televiaad gams oanOiot tor fans to turn their dials to the 
Natiosal Football League gams of the moment. 


Stan Mlkita, scoring four Then the elder Hun stepped in from an Inept first period which Don Marshall, and Jean R*»' 
cw»l<! In a -rump for thp first to help m * ke 14 certain - Hc ,et D ou> d have left them hopelessly te&e scored in the second period- 

goals m a game lor me nrei p, erre PUote upforth{ Hawks’ behind. Stunned by Alex Del- to give the home team a 2-1? 

time in ms National Hockey fourth goal late in the second vecchio's goal at 68 seconds, lead but Gordie Howe whacttCC 

League career, and Bobby period and then scored his 20 th . . in a rebound for his 13th goaiHjf' 

Hull combined to show the / Bea8 ° n “ d No 662 for:E “' 

way Wednesday night as iuteu ui»**io> • ft period. 

Chicago Black Hawks re- iw, .. n u '• j m u 'iT r Reg Fleming restored the 

sumed their pursuit of the SST 5J “ i ! 5 * " *f rk le f* ^ 

._u-j__ y«* — n a a « m m u — l»ter to set the stage for 

Eastern Division leaders cw**. u it » * u n m • T„- s miman. 

with a 7-2 trouncing of _* " u »» ■ ' *- • In Minnesota, Toronto Mlfife * 

Pittsburgh Penguins. r w I. t F A rtm. L**ls missed a chance to-Me 

8 S U». U» towfc. - Ml* • 5 n « n 31 Boaton Bruins for tha diviiioi 

Shoving his way into the race m i.u i ■ a a lead by playing to a 1-4 tie with 

far individual point honors with “22s ” Z SSSSS Minnesota North Stars before 

an assist to go with Ms goals, atCS* ""I! I m S 5 3 u > 12.388 fans. 

Mlkita gavs tha Hawks tha toad MMt mM . ^ „ If Result left (he Leafs one point 

twice In the first period, than lflDotreaj, York at totem. behind Boston, but it could have 

scored what was to ba the ——— — « —■ been wore. The Stanley Cup 

winning goal in tha aaoond champion* managed only 

period after toe Penguins had wri 21st satis at tbs season in shots and it took some standout. 

pultod avtn in the find period, to# third parted around Mikita’s goaHng by Johnny Bower to get- • 

- fourth of tha gams singk . poi*. 

Tha tonw points boostad HuH Mike McMahon beat Bower 

m back into tha scoring toad with Iate 111 ** period after toe 

veteran had kept the game 
scoreless with some fine stops, 
particularly in tha first five 
minutes when toe Leafa gat only 
one ahot away against Garry 
Bauman. 

they managed only low toots in Rookie Wayne Carte ten tied it 
the first 20 minutes while in the seoond period on a cloae- 
Gla 00 mm turned aside 17 of 18 in shot after a perfect pgsa 
to keep them close. burn Ron Ellis. 


Proponsnts of toe Cans chan game invariably argue that it 
to a belter game becauaa K has the single point and doesn't 
have toe toe* oaloh. tha toutobaok or tbe UmeouSsof the 
American gam* and that tore* downs to mart Mmerting 
bnjaH ttw ball changes hands more erften. 

Pfo am can deny that the tingle point haa area tad soma 
memorable moments to Canadian football but to tow days 
whew field-goal ldckert can wore from distanoee lew punters 
can watch, it haa lost considerable of its Importance and Its Mg 
advantage is that it avoids toe toutobaok. In which toe ball 
automatically to scrimmaged from the 36-yard line when a 
team elects not to run a punt or a wide field-foa! try out of Ita 
end sons. 

The five kick, in which the ball must be fielded cleanly 
with MO-pound tocklers thundering in oiaee to Intimidate, may 
deprive tans of some pwit returns but ft surely isn’t much 
worea than toe Canadian rules which make a six-yard punt 
return a hernia feat 

As for timeouts they probably do more than any rules 
difference to make toe U.S. game more exciting because they 


Toronto vftaiu Jotaay Bower had a busy night 
■topptag BDI Master** (II) and hfc Minnesota 
nates as the ahhs foaght to a 1-1 tie.—(AP) 


MikiU 


almoat always make toe last few minutes of each half some of 
the gome's most tense momenta. It is not at aM rare tor an 
NFI> or an AIL team to soore twice in tbe last few minutes of 
a hah because it can stop toe clock. This makes toe team that 
is lewtoa go afi out tor a first down to retain p oss ession. In 
CanSdton foot bad we get dawdling whioh normally ends up with 
a fullback plunge or the quaterback dropping on the ball. 

Ttmeouta may stretch the length of games but it keeps fans 
In thetr seats. They start heading for home in Canada if there 
la eight palms between toe teems* with five mtautee left. 
* * * 

Anyway you look at toe rules, toe Ctotadten Football 
League is to trouble and oomtof up to ita most aigtota a ift 
season - one which will tell stoetosr tooths! Is to eonttoue to 
hold tan interest or is on a skid which could put every franchise 
In flnanrdal trouble. 

Not erfy is toe calibre of play steadily aHpping because 
expansion of toe U.S. leagues and their ability to pay salaries 
and bonuses and offer pension plans Canadian clubs cannot 
match his cut the quellty of Imoort players, but toe past 
sm$an rreduced a succession of dull games which brought 
considerable fan disenchantment. 


Mill an got tos other San Diego 
goal. Norm Johnson scored far 
Portland. 

Fastest action of tha night at 
Secttle was in the first minute 
when Harry Hale Beared for 
Seattle 22 seconds after tha 


West Division.. 
Lead to Kings 


gam*: Totfftt — RochaaUr at 


San Diego Gulls moved into 
sols possession of second place 
in toe Western Hockey League 
Wednesday night wtto an im- 
preaatva 7-1 home win over Port¬ 
land Buckarooa. 

Vancouver Canucks moved to 
within one point of the third- 
pi aoe Portland with a 3-1 win 
over the league-leading Seattle 
Totem* who atill enjoy a five- 
point edge over San Diego. 

WHL scoring leader Fred 
Hilts rnd WIlHe O’Ree led the 
S:n Dicjro attack with two 
goals each. 

HILTS SETS PACE 

Hilts, who also added an assist 
to tie with teammate Warren 1 
Hynes for game honors ft three 
paints each, has 11 goals and! 
a league high pf 19 assists for' 
30 points. Hynes had ana goal, 
two assists. 

San Diego’s Len Ronson also 
moved Into a tie with league 


TENTH FOB BTKATTON 
Art Stratton's 10th goal got 
Pittsburgh even again but the 
Penguins couldn't keep up from 
there. They managed only three 
frultieei abate in tbe seoond 
period end eight In the UmI 30 Laa Angel— Kings moved Into to its sixth win of the season 
mtim+i as MQfita and Hull Bret place In the We— Dtriakc and second straight victory over 
piloted toe Hawks into their at tha National Hockey League Flyers. 

huge margin. Wednesday 00 a 3-2 win orer Gerry Ehman and BUI Hicke 

Result moved the Hawks into st - Louis and 4-2 Oakland! vie- were toe other Seals’ snipers 
a fourth-place tie with New tory over Philadelphia Flyers, while Gary Peters and Leon 
York Rangers, who settled for a Brian Smith and Tad Irvine Rocheforte scored for Phila- 
3J draw on home toe against beat Blues’ Glenn Hall in the delphia. 

Detroit Red Wings. second period for their sixth and ★ ★ ★ 

After scoring the first goal, seventh goals of toe season rea- 
the Wings had to come from pectively to provide Kings with bt. louis *, pos axgfmx s 

behind twice to gat toe point their margin. "f’TaT'SSIU Amnia <d <n.av 

toil kept them in third place, _‘ ***** J*» - 

one point ahead of ttw Ranger* Drf f no *” imn D * v * Pfrmiuw-Ptaiw (St n i«; Am.di. 

Kangeis ^ ^ Ante j M to f 1-0 lead 

WVTWA iiAiv ™ ™ Wit am I at Umim, UcKmmmr CD (BttfsaD 

TYWO QOAL McKemey'. first goal of toe As- _ ,n l- 

Norm UHman got toe 3-3 goal jwmx evened tha soore in the bn*ww*> s*? - 
bi toe 12 th minute of the third of the .eoond *- AB "*^ ™ m ( ”™"‘ 

period, banging tha rebound off nertod Na mmhim. 

UmTSa SLSta* MacGre *” Fred Hucul who had abated <* 

Rangers came back strong McK ™ °° “■ w * u <LA1 ,: »= rortln 


Windy Victory 
For Claremont 


Lome Bunyan and John Leler 
ensured the Mt. Douglas vic¬ 
tory, Bunyan with a penalty 
kick and Leier on a iate try. 

Mount View was unable to 
capitalize on toe flrst-balf wind 
advantage as it couAdn’t get the 
ball out to the line and oat up 
an effective running game. 

In "B” division pfey, Ctars- 
mont stoppe d tils Vtotoris aso- 
cud team, 6-3, on a pate of toys 
by Dan Coleman. 

Victoria scored first on Bob 
ElUott'i try but Coleman tied 
it before the half and added toe 
whiner later to the game. 


OaramaiS 
link Si; 

Ml. Dnalln 
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Nial vm 


Every elub wih the exception of Hamilton Tiger-Cats, who 
made their tans happy by winning toe Grey Cup with a rebuilt 
teapi which shouldn’t need too much more fixing to carry on, is 
in trouble of ana sort or another. 

OMawa Rough Riders have good talent but they hare 
Internal troubles, their fans are istoappy over devriopmenta in 
the piaydorew -x! they fcnve to worry shout Ru— Jackson and 
Ron Stewart, wtto could we! retire to devote toeir tone to 
school teaching and the practice of law, respectively. Interwt is 
at a/ new low in Montreal, where the Alouettes need a lot of 
f ixing, and condition* are not much better In Toronto. 

Nor ii it any better to the Western Cbnferaice. Edmonton 
F.skimoa did make some strides but toey’ll not likely make 
many mare unless Frank Cosentino unexpectedly proves he is 
good enough to quarterback a winner. 

Eteewhere, there are lots of problems, B.C. Lions lost fans 
tend money this season and while some progress has been made 
In rebuilding, their hopes of a winning season needed to sutaain 
fan interest depend on whether Leroy Sledge can escape army 
aerviae and Bernie Faloney can match this season at % years 

interest k at a new low in Winnipeg, where toe Blue 
Bombers need an almost oomplet* rebuilding job, and there are 
crack* in the picture* in Calgary and Saskatchewan 

The Stampeders may need only running help to go with 
their passing but Calgary tans must ba getting disillusioned 
with their habit of losing When it counte the most. And the 
Roughriders are not by any meara solid after a winning season 
which brought a reoord attendance. Their rabid tans could 
forget their monumental collapse in the Grey Cup game but 
Jack Abendachan. Gamer Ekitran and Allan Ford played out 
their options tods season, Ed Buchanan was found wanting and 
Hugh Campbell Isn't likely to be back. 

But the addition of talent which is so necessary for eight of 
the nine teams is not so much a threat to the CFL as the dull 
football being played. The calibre of talent available may not 
be as good as it used to be but it is still good enough to play 
exciting football if given that chance. The best chance is to 
adopt rules whioh make exciting football possible. And those 
are the rules being used by the U.S. leagues, where the average 
Is 139 running and passing plays and 44 points a game to the 
CFL average of 100 plays and 36 points a game. 


Next Same*: Wedneado-Mt. Douatu 
*t Victoria High: Clmmont at OUt 
Bar (Gamer itart at 4 p m.) 


By DOUQ YEAEWOOD 
Strang wtodi, a soggy ptech 
and a sp iri ted Victoria High 
rugby team couldn't atop Oare- 
mont from gtantog sole p o— e* 
■ion of Unit place in the Inter- 
High School Rugby League Wed¬ 
nesday with a 6-5 victory an the 
Royal Oak Arid. 

3ft. Douglas, defending league 
c ham pc or* opened its eight- 
game schedule with a 94 vic¬ 
tory over Mount View at Car¬ 
narvon Park. 

Claremont went ahead early, 
gaining a 3-0 first baft lead on 
a try by Ron Bickford but in 
the second haft Victoria High 
fought back, tying the soore on 
Ed Koziokl'* try and going 
ahead on the convert by Dan 
Wallis. 

WINNING TRY 
It appeared to be Victoria 
High'* game until Dave Finley 
pictaed up the bad from a set 
scrum and dove aero— the line 
for Claremont's winning try. 

Jack Clerkson opened the 
scoring for Mt. Douglas early 
in the second half, with a try 
on a pass from Mark Hume. 


BAN DIEGO % POITLAKD I 
IT rxaioo 

tan Dtogo, Hitt* (Hyn***, Sinclair) 


I 32. 

2-San D!t*o, Hynti (Ehrenvarth, Hitt*) 


SOLUNAR TABLES 

WHEN TO RSH OR HUNT 


11:07. " ... ’ 

t San Dto*n, O'Rm (Nlcholaon, P«r- 


rmSBI RON 1 CHICAGO t * 

rmsr nnoo 

1 Chicago, Mlkita (U1 (Pilot*, Whar- 
ram) l:U 

1 PUuhcrpi McCnair (« (Strml- 
Icd. Botvin) Fit 
a Chlcajo, MBdta OS) T:M. 

4. Plttibmti, Stratton (111) U:*4. 
PanalUH—Itoa (P) :B1; Marott* (Cl 
X-30: Plica (P) li:SL 
■ICOND PEBIOD 

X Cblcaeo. Mlkita 04) (Pilot*, Whar- 
imm) 11:0. 

C Chicago, Pilot* (1) (D. Bull, X 
auin liTw 

Panaltl**—Motin* (O T:17; McDonald 

(P) u-.r. 

TtUBD PEBIOD 

t. cMcieo. x huii am <p iinu, w. 
Maid) 4:D. 

a Oilcafo, MUdta (II) iMohn*. Mi) 
t:4l. 


klm) 11:01 

Pinaltlaa-Mcialtr (Pi 4:11: 1 
(P) 1:41; H*v (Pi (minor and 
18:41, Itonann (ID) (minor and 
1S:«7. 

IE0QND PEBIOD 
4 tan □!•*>, 

H>aaai l:8S. 

8 San Dtofo, MacMillan (A Faulk¬ 
ner) 1 : 0 n. 

^i^Pnrtland, Johnaon (Van Imp*, Hay) 

rename*—Hay (Pi »:ll: Madlgan (P) 
U:U: Parttlna <SO) 11:41 

r—PD PERIOD 

7. San Di((n, Oraa dtonaon. K Faulk 
ncr) *:47. 

t San Dl«so, Ronaor (Roldaway, Mac- 
Mi'tanv *:1*. 

Pailaltla*—Hay <P) 5 07: MiMlar (P> 
12:10; .T, Faulknar (SDi 11: M: MaNMr 


X Oakland. R. Harrta (4) (EricVacn. 
Odrowald) S:4L 

4 Oakland. Hkka (r (Odnundd) 1C. 
1. Philadelphia, Roche tort (t) (Hoek- 


H1IU (Ehnnvartb, 


lira') 8 : 1 *. 

Penaltlea—Van Imp* (P) 8:X; 
Imp* (PI major, minor. Baun 
major 7:02: Thmrtnidt (O) 15:2S 
THIRD PERIOD 
* Oakland. R Hindi (*) (I 
3:31. 

Pcnaltlca—Baun lO) 11:03 
Shn(i on anal fay: 

Philadelphia . 7 7 

Oakland.. 12 13 

Attendance 2,434 


TODAY 

A.M. P.M. 

Minor Major Minor Major 

. S:U 12:20 StW 

TOMORROW 

12:25 4:25 12:45 4:45 


10—3(1 


Bollean (8) 
Ward (S) 


Mkrahall (D) 7:8«; Bran (NY) 1 
Yount (D) 18:18. 

THIRD PERlOn 

4. Detroit Howa (U) (PranUce. 
veedtlo) 4:53 

3. New York, Ftemln* (7) (Ki 
hach. Hillman) 5:06. 

4 Detroit, irimaa (•) (MacGl 
Hendamnl 11:14 
No penaitjea. 

Shota <m Coal bjt 

Detroit _18 5 : 

New York . 4 17 : 

Attendance 13.04 

TORONTO 1. MINNESOTA 1 
FIRST PERIOD 
1. Mlnneaot*, McMahon (I) 
Cullen) 18:S4. 

No panaltlee 
SECOND PERIOD 
Z Toronto, Carletoa (3) 

Bill*) 14:11 

Panalfaa—Cartetnn (T) 4 08: 
(M) 4:88: Proihtvost <Tl 8:34 

THIRD PERIOD 

No acoHn*. 

Penalty—Rupp (T) 8:34 
Shale no *aal hy: 

Totxmto . 8 

MlnnmoU .Id 1 


LONDON I CP) — Martin Pe- 


England a 2-2 draw against 
Russia Wednesday night before 
a sellout crowd of 100,000 at 
Wembley Stadium. 

Peters’ goal came in the 72nd 


Medal-Winner 

National recognition has been 
accorded Doug Fletcher for 
his years of work in juvenife 
sports activity with the award¬ 
ing of the Centenmal Medal, 
which is given "in recognition 
of valuable service to the na¬ 
tion.” Fletcher received his 
medal yesterday and termed 
it "the biggest honor I have 
ever had." 


Hockey 

Scores 


NEWPORT, Wales (Reuters) McCormick to give the Webh- 
— A storming finish producing men a 12-fi half-time lead, which 
11 points in the final eight min- they held until 20 minutes be- 
utes helped New Zealand All fore the game's end. 

Blacks rugby union team beat But Earl Klrton and Tony 
Monmouthshire 23-12 Wednas- Steel cut through for brilliant 
day. tries to level the scores and 

.. .... „ McCormick landed a penalty to 

]a ^' put the New Zealanders ahead, 

ft ”? roc0rd The All Blacks emphasized their 

looked threatened. final .uperkrity in the last five 

Monmouthshire winger Keith minutes with tries from Kel 
Jarrett landed four first-half Tramabi and Brian Muller, 
penalty goals to two by Sergie MoCcrmick converting toe last. 


minute after a move involves { 
Bobby Moore and Ray Wilson. • 
Wilson slung the t*H into toe 
centre and Peters rose above 
the Russian centres and headed 
into the net. 


AMERICAN LEAGUE 
Providence 1. Cleveland 4 

INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE 
Mmkeson 2. Fort Wavne 3 
Des Moines 8. Port Huron I. 

Dayton 8, Toledto 3- 

CENTRAL LEAGUE 
Houston 3. Omaha 3. 

K«t Worth 7, Dallas 5 

EASTERN LEAGUE 

Johnstown 2, New Haven 2. 

Nashville *, Knoxville 4 

EXHIBITION 

Romanian Nationals 1, Drummond- 
vtMe 8. 


(Walton, 


■ lx-team hockey tournament Tass, the Soviet Dews agency, 
staged here in honor of the 50th said the Canadian squad lacked 
anniversary of the Bolshevik Stamina and teamwork in the 
Revolution. tournament. 

-Die Soviet Union’s finrt team mdst of file young 

defeated toe Caeohoalovakian Canadian players simply are 

team 9-1 Wednesday night to not good enough.” _ 

tan (be tournament 

Rnaate’s second team waa _ _ _ 

Schoolboys M 

fourth, respectively, and Poland I 


Collins 


Returning 1958 Visit 


VAlCOUyER ISLAND 
HOCKEY LEAGUE 


F O URT H LOSS 
Canada went down 7-2 to toe 
Czech second team Wednesday, 
leaving toe Canadians with a 
reoord of one win and four loss¬ 
es for the tournament and two 
wins, two draws and five de¬ 
feats for their European tot*-. 
Hie team flies home today. 
Rev. David Bauer, coach of 
foa Canadians, is quoted as say- 
fog ha Mked the tournament and 
would be happy to return. 
BERRY INVITED 
Ha said he will ask forward 
Bob Bexry of Montreal, a stand¬ 
out scoring threat during the 


?:4S p.m. 

ESQUIMALT 

(TUDORS) 


It la only fitting that George’s School of Vancouver 
Gfenaknand Trinity CoRege became the first schoolbo y 
should open Its five-game rugby team from a Common- 
rugby tour of Brttteh Cohan- wealth nation to make a tour 
bia at University School. of Britain. 

T r i n t y College, situated The tour waa arranged and 
about IS mi tee from Perth managed by John Tlmmis, 
and one of the strongest headmaster at University 
schoolboy teams in Scotland, School, who’ll be very much 
is making history by being toe on hand tote afternoon ert 2:30 
first schoolboy rugby team when toe return tour starts on 
from the United Kingdom to the University School grounds, 
make a tour of a Common¬ 
wealth nation. To make matters just a bit 

more complete, W. “BH1' 
History was also made in Crow, co-coach of the Scc+tish 
1$58 when a B.C. teem teudenls, waa the captian of 
composed of 10 players from the Edinburgh public schools 
University School. 10 players team which played the B.C. 
from Shawnigan Lake School team bn its tour nine yearn 
and 10 players from St. ago. 


toe side of the head and was 
ordered to hospital tor a 48- 
hour stay. 

It was a teas that ooaoh 
Brian Smith’s team ccafid ifl 
afford. The Univarsity School 
XV is In the process of being 
rebuilt after graduation took 
away all of Mb first team of 
last season and left only two 
players from toe seoond team. 


Both sides in today's open¬ 
ing tussle have had their pre¬ 
game troubles. The Scottish 
team was driayed eight bourn 
on Tuesday ait Prestwick 
when ita plane taxied off the 
runway on its takeoff and 
didn't arrive in Toronto until 
yesterday morning. 

As tor University School, ft 
lost one of its better forwards 
in a freak accident yesterday 
when a gust of wind slammed 
the door again** Donald Mc¬ 
Lean as he was leaving toe 
chapel. 


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Results of games played last 
night in the Victoria and Pii- 
trict Basketball Association: 

BANTAM BOVS 

EWBlaB Opurelati ■, Vir-torte 34 
MatropoDlM «, Gordon He*d I 
Suntte 14 Oak Bay OptlmiiU XL 


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LONDON (AP) — A * pokes- conducting merger talks but of- 
man for the United States Soc- ficials at both offices, who de- 
cer Football Association, gov- clined to be quoted directly, 
erning body of the sport In said any announcement now of 
I America, indicated Wednesday a merger was premature, 
that re aogn ttlon had been The USSFA spokesman said 


aional Soccer League, hitherto aratgly and will have 10 teams, 
considered outlawed. with die league champions 

In New York, a spokesman meeting to determine the North 
tor the NPSL said "no com- American professional soccer 
ment.*’ The NPSL has a $18,- championship. 

000, ®“ t COULD END SUSPENSION 

against the USSFA and the 

United Soccer Association. Dennis Fellows, secretary of 

I The NPSL and USA have been the English Football Asuocia- 

| ——---tion, said an American merger 

could lead to lifting the one-year 
suspensions that have been di¬ 
rected against a half-dozbn Eng¬ 
lish players who appeared with 
the NPSL last season and then 
returned to England. 

The spokesman said the NPSL 
has agreed to accept the juris¬ 
diction of the Federation Inter¬ 
national de Football Associa¬ 
tion, known as FIFA. This 
would permit the NPSL to com¬ 
pete in the world market for 


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MONTREAL (CP) — Centre 
Jean Beliveau, left winger John 
Ferguson and goaltender Lome 
Worsley will be back in uniform 
tonight when Montreal Cana- 
diens meet Detroit Red Wings in 
a National Hockey League game 
here. 

A spokesman tor Canadiens 
said Tuesday centre Henri 
Richard has returned to skating 
but his knee Injury has not, 
healed sufficiently for him to 
play. 


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light, smooth, and perfect with any mixer. 

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Entries 


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keep it a long time, 
and get out from 
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No Time Payments TIU Next Year 

Balance o4 Warranty on M and 47 Models 


What’s a long time? Eleven years is a long time. 
That’s how Tong Volvos are driven in Sweden, 
. where there are no speed limits on the highways 
; and there are 70,000 miles of unpaved roads. 
How long will a Volvo last in Canada? We don’t 
know yet. Volvos have only been here ten years. 
But if you had a Volvo compact and kept it half 
that eleven years you could spend your money on 
something besides car payments. And you’d save 
money on gas, too. Volvos get 30 mUes to the 
gallon even with automatic transmls- _ 

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22 Victoria, B.C., Tburidoy, Osesmbsr 7 ; 1967 


HAMILT ON (CP) — Coach 
Ralph Sazio of Hamilton Tiger- 
Cats came out in defence of 
one of his atari Wednesday 
after Ted Watkins revealed 
that he advocates black power 
and said there is racial 
discrimination in Canada. 

"T e d 'i v i e ws haven't 
changed my opinion of him in 
any way," said Sazio. . 

"He said nothing that was 
detrimental to the team nor 
did he offend any individual. 
Ted is an intelligent boy who 
tends to be quiet, but is an 
intense competitor.” 

Watkins, a Chicago - bom 
Negro split end with the Grey 


Cup champion Ticats, gave 
his opinions on the national 
CBC-TV program The Public 
Eye. 

He said he is a follower of 
Negro leader Elijah Muham¬ 


mad of the Black Muslims in 
the United* States. From his 
home In Burlington, Ont,, he 
operates the Afro-American 
Liberation Fund and A1 Kitab 
Sudan Publications. 


Sazio said he would be * seasons before being traded In 
disappointed if any Hamilton Hamilton earlier this pear, 
players reacted to Watkins said he "had many problems 
any differently “than me." In Ottawa which made me 
Watkins, who played with fed like I was in Mississippi 
Ottawa Rough Riders for four somewhere." 


NORTH SAANICH ELECTORS 


OTTAWA 0 (CP) — Charges by earn a football Job, and this also 
Ted Watkins about racial dia- held true in off-aeaaon employ¬ 
er! miration in Canadian football ment. 

have produced mixed reactions But Gaines sa id he has found 
on the team for which the Ottawa much better for a Negro 
American Negro end played th an Montreal where he played 
until he was traded to Hamilton in iggi, 

- chin 80 cn* ail-star full- 

If h p back, is quoted as saying that 

on his shoulder about being a „ , _ T 

. .. oq1H „ . u ** r *■ * can remember Ot- 

Negro, said Red 0 Qukm gen- „ h n h d ^ 

three Negro players since I 

Rough Riders. 

O'Quinn said in an interview 

Wednesday that he wished the , s f" K al *° wa * S'**** M com ‘ 

CBC had done some checking Pining that the Ottawa teem 
into Watkins* background before had promised to help him get 
interviewing him on television employment when he signed his 
Tuesday night. contract but had done nothing 

"He is a fine football player about 41 ye *- 
and we hated to see him go but "We got him one job and he 
he lost hw job to a better man." didn’t even show up for work," 

.... ... O'Quinn said in reference to 

REPLACED BY ADKINS Scott's complaint. 

Watkins, an Eastern Football O'Quinn said there may be 
Conference all-star at apUt end some Individual eases of preju- 

wlth Ottawa in 1966. was re- dice in football but he had never,. - __„_ 

placed here by Margene Adkins, been involved in one either as a,ml recently underwent hirgery 


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For traaaportatioa phono 18(2828 
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a 20-year-old rookie who also player for Montreal Alouettes or for the removal of two discs in 
took over W a t k i n s’ all-«tar general manager here. his neck. 

berth. --—-—-- — — --— - ---- 

Adkins also is a Negro. 

The two other Negroes on the 

team, who were ^H 

Watkins in 1966 when Ottawa I If 

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Soccer 


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M:M *.**. 

Urbina Vtl E—Cook *nd To]hot r*. 
View Royal bflf! at LoehUde Pk 
Ctdboro Bay FT M Royal Oak 
Pharmacy at Prank Bnhh. School; Lata 
Hill Kleautla va Ccrrton Head B' at 
Lake Hid EtnaMary: Northrldg* va 
Perk it Joh neon at Copley Park; Mew 
RoyaJ Rec'e va Eaqulmalt Llone at View 
Royal School: Evening OpUmlata va 
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Mount View High. 

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ntvteiea VI — Laagtord I Mil* va 
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Club at Mount Douglas High; Whyte'* 
Bh e p ia i y v* Public Service* Legion at 
Victoria High; Gordon Head Maehlntata 
va Went wood at Majestic Park; Iwa 
Ing OpUmlata vj Douglaa Rotary at Oak 
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Call Up McCann 

DETROIT (CP) — Sid Abel, 
general-manager and coach of 
Detroit Red Wings, hat an¬ 
nounced that centre Rick 
McCann of Fort Worth Wings of 
the Central P rofeatoonal Hockey 
League has been called up to 
the Nattarai Hockey League 
club. 


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Batit Qa!n*l*l. Victoria, B.C., Thursday, December 7, 1967 


Labor Council Official: 


Press Talks 
Broken Off 


VANCOUVER (OP) — Oo*- 
(TMl MfotUfloH be i WB W Pi. 
eiflo Free* Ltd. ud tin 
ViBMim - New Wetmlaetor 
Guild broke oft Wednewtay 
•Iter the company Mode whet 
M celled its (tael offer end 
thee rejected e |dld w wlw 


If You Vote in 


Talk of recession wee heerd Unless something is done beside 
Wednesday at the Victoria La- just protesting, things are 
bor Council, as delegates crit- going to get much worse.'* 

Icized Finance Minister Sharp's Mr. Haw said: “It it no wr- 
mkti-budget and the Liberal ^ ** im- 

goverament s fiscal operattoei._ 4 _, _. _ 

„ , , . . . piement the Oerter Report. The 

Murray Drew, president of ... . _ 

Local 1-118 of the International Ltt*rale and Qsiaeivativea 
Woodworkers of America, mud: betel are hand-to-hand with big 
"We are going through a pe- butones* There la no chance 

CuH * r ***** eoon[ * I ' y equitable taxation untM ! 

dangerous time as far as Can- _ 

eda la concerned.” « MP * *■ ***** govwrxnent to 

tw, Ottawa.” 

PEOPLE*! POCKETS 

Council vsoe-praident John 
SchfbH labelled the mwti-budget 
" harmful to our people,' 1 and 
said taxation must come, but 
it should not all come out of the 
pockets of the people. 

Secretary Laurence Ryan and 
delegate A. H. Gildemeester 
both said the government should 
have obaer vd Carter's recant- 
mentation on use of the capital 
galna tax to Increase tax rev¬ 
enue. 

In othe r action, the detogetee: 

• Heard a report from Ca¬ 
nadian Labor Cbnpreea repre¬ 
sentative Gordon WUstoean an 
the toepe taken by the Congre s s 
in oppocaaon so toe mwa-budgr*; 

• H ear d a re q u est from Mr. 
ScMbH, the carpenter's union 
repreaentatfre, to hire mere 
urton o ar pmte r * if panriUe, to 


You Should 
Learn 
AU About 


Hearing 

Delayed 


Vote (or a candidate who will handle your 
Municipal Affairs with impartial judgement 
based on nearly 30 years' administrative ex¬ 
perience. Elect Frank Waring to Saanich 
Council 1 


A lifetime Resident of Saanich having resided in the 
Cloverdale-Quadra area, the Gorge-Cralgflowar area 
and Cadboro Bay. 

Was a member of the original Victoria Arm and Por¬ 
tage Inlet Improvement Association. 

A member of the Cadboro Bay Ratepayers' Association. 

Was associated with a group who only recently present- 
ed a brief successfully opposing the dumping of awnge 
into Brentwood Bay. 

A past President of the Victoria Electrio Club. 

Served as Hon. Secretary, Director and Vine-President 
of the Victoria Rotary Club. 

A Warden of St George's Church, Cadboro Bay, for • 
years. 

Served P years in the Artillery during World War IX, I 
years with Commissioned rank. 

Workad at the electrical trade from 1930 to 1939. was 
appointed to hia present position of Victoria Branch 
Manager of a targe Independent Wholesale Electrical 
Supply firm In IMS. 


SATUWW 

fcELEOTION 

DAY'" 

VICTORIA 


Bill Pours 


Ice Capades Offe, 
Christmas Treat 


a By bill THOMAS can and Canadian champion, 

lobby There have been doeem of w t5‘. bur * t w..* 

,obl>y . , This wae Mr. Ktoght's debut 

« BIO occa8ipra when fludlf,nt *" “ d 1 as a professional, and already he __ 

__ have disagreed on the merit* of has toe warmth and assurance trainer, Dave Pitta. 

*** • «how, but we aeem to have that should convince the show's g?NB ADAGIO 
•“"• d re .chrt .cconionll,. hUhll**. 1ta *1^. mi 

A Mrs. ^ j ce Capades, which opened stoat is probably the beat adagio 

Beach Wednesday to a near-fuH Memo- COMEDY act on toe. They make even the 

nuaee« rial Amu - For oom * ,y vvi,J be *<*> European acts look pale. 

nUme The audience repeatedly inter- hard to bett<T 1he anticR ** ’° 1e costumes and sets are 

rupted Donald .Knight, a young Bussey » nd Meuller who clown as uaual exotic, and the Magto 
Canadian who is North Amen- and in the traditional Screen is quite interesting. 

____—--—— European manner. Their mount I fees this is a gimmick 

- - - -- comedy seems universal.' that coat more than It oontrlb- 

Another remarkable young utes to toe over-all quality of the 
skater is Sashi Kuchiki of Japan, show. 

He took part in toe I960 Winter Tbr the children there is a 
Olympics and planned to study YTintatone Fantasy with all the 
engineering, but stayed to turn comic characters, including 
professional. He has grace and Bear. Adults udU enjoy toe 
a fine masculine etyie on toe of a salute to Nat Ktaf 


T» Mob It A Real 

Success 

ALL YOU ADD IS 


Thete Qualifications , Plus a Sincere 
Desire to Give Public Service , 
figure* Saanich of Real Help in 
Council Matters « 


*n»ert«t Sy Oty of Vtoorls 


FOR A Stable Voice on 

SAANICH COUNCIL 

On Saturday.. .Elec 


IN VICTORIA VOTE 
LARRY RYAN 


INT Omit salty 

Funeral Chapels 

Bssslble Mom 

Victoria 

585-7511 

Sidney 

056-1052 

Colwood 

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May. Their talents drew re- ^ *b°ut 10 minutes, There win 
peated applause and they are * f> tl sleepy heads this 
like ballet dancers on loe — per- meriting, 
teet. If any parent is looking tar a 

, n _ v am* Christmas treat tar the small 

. fry, then Ice Capadea which 

Ice Capades also use. whte ^ Satortay should 

they caU ' dry acta * to round Wgh on toe list, 

out the show. This time they ■■ .___ 


LARRY RYAN WILL CONCENTRATE ON: 

★ Lew east housing. 

★ Air-water pollnHoa control. 

★ Job stability, 

★ Light Industry prospect*. 

★ Overall design In which role of professional planner trill be 
recognized. 

★ Regional approaches to urbaahatioa. 

★ New civic library. 


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Interior or exterior. Flat latex—semi and high-gloss 
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New President 

Larry Sloat was elected presi¬ 
dent of the Saanich and the 
Island* New Democratic Party 
Constituency Association at a 
recent annual meeting. Other 
officers: Cedi Rhodes, first 
vice-president; John Clark, 
second vice-president, and 
Donald Johannessen, council 
delegate. 


Woodward's Mercury 

Quality with our guaranteed satisfaction. 

• Interior flat latex—19 colors and white. 

• Interior semi-gloss enamel—9 oolors and 

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• Interior high-glosi enamel. Whit* only, 
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• Interior undercoat, primer sealer and 
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• Exterior all hous* paint—Shutter Green 
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• Exterior porch and floor anamel—4 

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Favourite Rift 


You’ll be her favourite Santa when you present 
her with cozy, comfortable and dainty slip- 
pert Christmas Mom. Woodward’* offers 
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any woman’s taste. See it and choose A 
a pair for every feminine name on /r 
on your gift list 


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Now, Before Christmas 
Christmas Decorations 


Stationery 
and Notions 


Delightful gift suggestions to fill Blockings, sit under the 
tree or send from ‘our house to yours \ 


Give Rotex 
Label Kit 


20-Llght Outdoor Set 

Light up your home with glittering cheer with these set*. 
Set covers approximately 26 feet and haa fully water-proofed 
wiring. Choice of assorted coloured globes or plain C.M 
blue. Sale Price__.—... w 


It’s ideal for labelling almost everything around 
the house. Tools, luggage, school supplies, bags, 
mailboxes. Kit includes: Rotex labeller, 214- 
inch tapes, red and blue; and two name-tag 
key chains. 


Illumlnatad MagnHIar 


Gantral Elactrtc 
25-Ughf Indoor Sol 

Beautify large windows, 
doors, mantel, etc., with 
these aets. Assorted col¬ 
oured globes. \Buy sev¬ 
eral now while they’re 
priced extra low'. ff.99 
Sale Price .9 


Sale Price- w% 

Novolty Whisks 

Sale Price. 1 ‘ 

Photo Albums 


Scotch Pino Tabic 
Tree 


Back-O-Scratcher 


8” Roulette Wheel Illuminated 

Many hours of fun for the Screwdriver 

family with. Casino Roulette. 

Set includes 100 chips, felt 
layout, award chart and in¬ 
struction booklet 429 


Nerthrlte Lifetime 

Ballpoint Pen 

The student, businessman, 
career girl or housewife will 
all find this pen the perfect 
gift. 4 .99 

Bale Price__ I 


It’s new I It's beautiful 1 
A scotch pine table tree 
ideal for apartments or 
smaller rooms. It looks 
and feels real, and is 
easy to handle. A <91 
Price ..4 


It's the ideal gift for the 
man or woman who has 
everything. Battery pow¬ 
ered < batteries included). 
This battery powered vibra¬ 
tor is a delightfully novel 
gift. 4 .99 

Bale Price ........... I 


Runs on 2 batteries. Lights 
up dark corners as you 
work.. Kit includes 3 dif¬ 
ferent screw heads. All in 
vinyl case. 4 .99 


Many Other 
N on - Advertised 
Specials Available 


a\ Glittering Blass 
Baublos 


Car Shapod 
Tharmomatar 


Bask Accessories 


Deck your tree, your 
mantel, your ornaments 
with these bright baubles. 
You’ll find a wonderful 
array of colours from 
which to choose. Box of 


Give your home a festive 
touch this quick, easy way. 
Cover your door with colour¬ 
ful foil. There's enough to 
cover one average size door. 
Choice of Christmasy col 
ours. 4 .19 

Bale Price. I 


Choose from these desk ac¬ 
cessories for all the gifts on 
your list Telephone memo, 
file memo, five-year diary, 
address memo book and 
photo album. QQ# 

Bale price, each Ov 


Highly sensitive Antimony 
thermometer in antique car. 
An ideal plaque for the den. 
Choice of several car styles. 

Bale 1.99 


Woodward's Trira-s-Home Shop, Second Floor 


Keep extra 


Sautipan 

Revere Coo kware 
that combine* the 
polished a t a inless 
steel with fast-heat¬ 
ing copper bottom 
for • x t r a ordinary 
performance. Stay- 
cod Bakelite han¬ 
dles. Easy to keep 
clean. £.99 

Sale Price .. 


REVERE 


Magnetic Flashlight 

Strong, smart looking leather case. 
Holds fast to moat metals. Leave* 
your hands free to work. Com¬ 
plete with batteries and 1 -29 

gift box. A 

Sale Price. . ■ 


Weatherproof Lantern 

Lightweight yet built to "take it. 
Resists oils and chemicals. £.4 
Complete with battery. • 
Each .• 


Whittling Ktttii 

Trigger-spout con¬ 
trol make* this 
kettle easy to fill 
and pour. Durable 
stainless steel with 
copper bottom. 3- 
qt capacity. 7.99 
Bale Price . I 


Rechargeable Captaia 

One of the finest flashlight* avail¬ 
able. Recharge* from any house¬ 
hold outlet. US If-99 

C.S.A. approved. I A 

Bale Price . ■ W 


Woodward'* 
Hnnaeweraa, 
Mala Floor 


Utility Flaelsllght 

Ccmpact and sturdy with hang¬ 
up ring. Uses "D” size batteries. 
Complete with A 99 

plastic gift box. m 

Bale Price . ■ 


Packet Spotlight 

Powerful, and compact enough to 
fit Inside your purse or pocket. 
Complete M .19 

with batteries. I 

Bale Price . I 


•urprise him at Christmas with an attractive attache case, 
Ideal for the successful executive dr college student. 
Reduced prices in some well known brands. 


Captain Flashlight 

Compact, Sturdy and easy to hold 
with bang-up ring. Com- A' 41 
plefce with "C” size bat¬ 
teries. Bala Price ...... •* 


Economy Flashlight 


An all-time favourite, far night- 
walking or bike riding. Rustproof, 

seamless a| .19 

metal case. I 

Bale Price B 


These batteries will last twice aa 
long as regular batteries. Perfect 
for toys M dj -90 

and games. A 11 

Bale Price . ■ for ■ 

Woodward's Bportiag Good*. Mala Floor 


7.89 

in.oo 

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GIFTS WITH SPECIAL WAYS 
OF PLEASING HOME-MAKERS 

I CHRISTMAS 


Deilcraft 

Elegance! 


Furniture to harmonise with per¬ 
iod or modern decor whether you 
choose one piece as an accent or 
several to combine a theme . 


LAMP 

SALE 





y. A. Swag Lamp 

[; Laminated drum 
; , shade of. white with 
Triplex foot, aold 
tassle pull chain. 
Complete with 35-ft. 
chain. 

HALE A«.M 
PRICE .. ill 







Striking designs 
by Deilcraft In 
select hardwoods. 

Superb Deilcraft craftsmanship re¬ 
flected in accent furniture . . . solids 
or veneers with Duradeil mar-resis¬ 
tant finish. 

Scaida < 

... classic contemporary styling that 
rises above the fleeting moods at 
fashion. Walnut solids and veneers. 

P. Lamp Table. 23” diam._ 72.50 

Q. Long Cocktail Table. 

60” .112.50 

R. Round Cocktail Table. 

38” diam. 102.50 

S. End Table. 28 , ’xl8**_72.50 

Adria 

. . . captured in the charm of 
Italian Provincial 

T. Lamp Table. 24” diam.. 47.50 

U. Cocktail Table. 54”.... 57.70 

V. Commode. 21”x26” ... 67.50 

W. End Table with Shelf. 

26”xl8” . 57.50 

Woodward'* Furniture, Second Floor 


Specially selected lor giving or 
adding to your own' homo for 
Christmas. Lamps that outshine 
most others In striking design 
and elegance... 


1L 

mv'im 






D. Tabla Lamp E. Tablt Lamp F. Table Lamp 


I/»vriy Triplex font of 
white and gold mount¬ 
ed on French gold 
base. Complete with 
white silk shade. 

SALE 4<1.U 

PRICE .OC 

(Not exactly ai 
illustrated) 


Choice of amber or 
red font on brass base. 
Complete with white 
drum shade, d 7 .IS 
BALE PRICE I I 
Also available with 
Colonial shade.-29.M 


Modern table lamp In 
choica of 3 colours . . . 
blue, green or biege. 
Complete with cone- 
style shade. 4 fi.M 
BALE PRICE I W 





G. Marble Basa Lamp 

Charming French Provincial 
lamp with marble pedestal 
base. Decorated font, crys¬ 
tal breaks; € crystal prisms. 
(Shade not exactly as illus¬ 
trated.) Q9 - ** 

■ALE PRICE 


H. While and Crystal 

Crystal base and white silk 
shade combines for elegance 
in the French Provincial 
table lamp. 32’** 

•ALE PRIGE. 


Striking 3-light pole lamp fea¬ 
turing crackeki ambef glasfc 
•hades. Pole adfcists to fit 
average ceilings. Of*’®® 

SALE PRICE.C.W 

C. Pole Lamp 

Distinctively smart, with two 
mother o' pearl glass shades 
on twin arm pole ^ A .88 
lamp. SALE PRICE OH 


i IN 


ft I 






J. Might Table 
Lamp 

Sleek and modtrn 
lamp in brown or gold 
base, complete with 
matching shade. 25" 
overall height. 

BALE E.aS 

PRICE .- a# 


Im 


K. Oraatt Laaip 

A beautiful night table 
lamp with sparkling 
crystal prisms circling 
the white and gold 
triplex font and crystal 
stem. Silk shade in 
white. 26" high. 

§ALE 4 0.88 

PRICE . IO 


L. Flair Laaip 

Canbinatian 

An attractive floor 
lamp with round 
marble table on brass 
stem. Complete with 
white pinch-plcated 
shade. OO.BB 

SALK PRICK OO 


M. Poll Lamp 

Modern design with three multi¬ 
coloured glass Shades: cranberry, 
blue and amber. BB.88 

SALE PRICE. 

N. Pole Lamp 

Ultra smart pok lamp with three 
ember-tipped whit* frosted glass 
shades on veneer eentre pole, 
brass ends. Q £.88 

BALE PRICE .OH 

Woodward’s Lamps, Second Floor 


Woodward's Mayfair Phone 386-3322, Cobble Hill, Duncan, Ganges, Gulf Islands, Jordan River, Zenith 6544 (Toll Free). Evening shopping Thursday and 

Friday 'til 9:30 p.m. Open Saturday 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. 


i niur__■ ca . 





















Coffee 

PICK’S 

Pickles 


Vacuum Packed; Quick Frozen 
Over 20 lbs. 


[IGH LINER BONELESS 

tod Fillets SJST- 


[IGH LINER BONELESS HADDOCK OR 

!aI» Fillets 1 Am Plrf 63* 


BLACK DIAMOND 

III - Cheshire, Caerphilly, Double 

VllCSSS Gloucester or a QP« 

Wensley Dale; 6-oz. bar_£■ far Ov 

KRAFT 

Macaroni Dinner 9 

714-oz. pkt. ---£ for £ 5 F 


SUNRAY 

Margarine 

1-lb. Parchment 

4 for 89 c \ 


HOLLAND 

Edam Cheese 
ib. 95 c 


Pork Loins 


Chops or Roasts g 

Centres or Tenderloin End i 

Serve your family this flavourful and appetizing, 
yet economical meat this week, lb...—- ^ 

GRAIN-FED ALBERTA BEEF 

Steaks Sirloin or Club; Canada Choice, lb. 

BURNS' SHAMROCK No. 1 

Bacon Vacuum Pack, lb. .„—. 

SMALL PINKS, WHOLE 

Salmon 3 to 5 lbs., lb. ...--- 


RECIPE OF THE WEEK 

KAmouvuii rou mmr 


WOODWARD’S OWN Assorted 

Fruit Tortes 

Supreme cake with custard filling, 
then garnished with fruit. 


•ach 


WOODWARD’S OWN SOFT 

Dinner Rolls 

Serve warm for extra flavour. 

dozen 35° 


HEAT AND SERVE FAMILY ruun S mmmt •> r*m mm 

Steak Pies JSr.-^_89* Cor>»h Pastries 2 ^ SSSEf 

. Very tasty! .C for49 {3 

• WkM U «ra4>r. 

DEL PAK PREPARED CHOPPED PURE 5 SJT ET £1 £ 

Poultry Dressing 2. 85’ Beel Suet lb __.27* 


WOODWARDS 
CROSS PAK 

Sardines 

In dive oU 

*Sf- 29’ 


ke jar 

65* 


WOODWARDS 

Smoked Oysters 

8 %-ok. tin 

27* 


PARTY TYME INSTANT 

Cocktail Mix 

«-<* pkt 


WOODWARD’S 

Pfnaappla Wed** 

1s“ 


WOODWARD S FANCY 

Glace Cherries 

S<x pkg. 


WOODWARDS 

BLEACHED 

Golden Raisins 

l-lb. pkg. 

43* 


LOCAL, FARM-FRESH 

EES* 

Grade O TQ* 

‘A* Large C Do*. ■ w 

O 4-oo 

Medium Odoz. 

WOODWARDS { 

Cranberry Savce 

Whole or Jellied; 14-oa. i 

2 * 39* 

„ WOODWARD’S 
[EXTRA LARGE 

Ripe Olives 

EL 39* 

PERKINS CHRISTMAS 

Laacheea Napkins 

u« 

35* 

WOODWARD’S 

BLANCHED 

LIBBY’S LOOSE PACK 

WOODWARD’S 

KRAFT MINIATURE 

Shelled Almonds 

Olives 

Almond Ptsfe 

MaHtwt 

! 8-oz. nkg. 1 

U Stuffed ManzaniHa; 12-oz. X 

Soz. 

Plain or Flavoured. 

85* ! 

L 7S ’ < 

45* 

10*4-0*. 2 for 55* 


Store Open 


Mondays 


Now Until 


Xmas 


9:30 a.m 


to 9:30 p.m 


Thursday, 
Dec. 7, 'til 


Friday, 
Dec. 22 
Except 
Saturdays, 
Until 6 p.m. 


Bank 


NABOB INSTANT 


Yuletide budgets will appreciate the values you'll find at Wood¬ 
ward's Food Floors. You'll like the BIG selection too of all foods, 
and particularly the items you'll want to start stocking your hostess 
cupboard with. So shop Woodward's this week and save. 


Flour 

UPTON’S ORANGE PEKOE 

Tea Bags ,.. 


When you want your festive baking to be of 
the very best, you naturally want to use the 
best ingredients . . . Purity No. 1 Flour. The 
price is low, but the results are of superior 
quality. 20-lb. bag.... 


10-oz. jar 


Polsld Ogorki or Fresh Dills, 32-oz. jar_ 


PARTY TYME 

Cocktail Mixes 26-oz. bottle ... 89* 


ROY-ALL 


Luncheon Meat S* 3^1°° 

BURNS’ 

Canned Hams i^-n>. tin.1 ,55 

DEL MONTE FANCY 

Cream Corn or Assorted 

Peas 14-oz. tins_ 2 for 39* 

DEL MONTE 

Wax Beans or Seasoned French 

Cut Beans 14-oz. tins_ 2 for 39* 

DEL MONTE 

Fruit Drinks Orange or gy 

Pineapple Grapefruit, 48-oz. tins . £ for Ov 


AYLMER ASSORTED 

a. IIR . Mushroom, Chicken, Chicken Rice, 
vOUpS Chicken Vegetable, 

Vegetable Beef, Chicken Noodle; j§ Cfjtf 
10-oz. tins_,____ 4 for 09 


THE LIGHT DESSERT— 


IaIR A Assorted flavours; £ 

uGH-113-ck. pkg. O for OU 

WOODWARD’S 

Fruit Cocktail nt”: 2 ^ 49* 

ALPHA No. 1 CREAMED 

White Honey 4-lb. tin .. 89* 

WOODWARD’S AUSTRALIAN CRUSHED 

Pineapple 14-oz. tin_ 3 for 59* 

FIESTA IMPORTED 

Minted Potatoes 2 49 


Personal Shopping Only. We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities. Prices Effective Dec. 7th, 8th, 9th 






























































WOODCREST; 


WOODWARD’S FINEST 


Apartment or Table Top aize. 


GLEN VALLEY 

Apricot Halves 


14-02. 

tins . 


Christmas Tree 
Headquarters 

/y 

Whatever your preference . . . towering or tiny 
... bushy or slender ... you’ll find a large selec¬ 
tion to choose from at Woodward's Outdoor 
Garden Centres. All trees are top quality Interior 
B.C. Douglas Fir, especially selected for Wood¬ 
ward's. The price is low too. But shop Airly for 
a better selection. 

.39 


Six to Eight foot size. 


MINIATURE CRACKERS 

This brightly lhttive-coloured assortment con¬ 
tains hats and novelties. Box of 12. Box. 


ASSORTMENT 

dent will delight and please everyone . . . 
novelty, prize and party hat in E!.tS 
Choice of three. Box. . 9 


^ Add colour and gaiety to dinners or partios 
B with festive crackers from Woodward's where the 
choice is the most. They add colour to the setting 
W and are fun to "pop" to find out "what's inside?". 

Here are just a few of the many designs on 
display at Woodward's now. 


Special front Alberta—Jade Pina. 

6 to 8 feet, each____ in 


Japanese Mandarin 

Oranges 


Chocolates 

Chocolates are always t welcomed gift at any 
time of the year, especially Christmas. Buy 
several boxes (don't forge* tor the 
ily) now at this low price. See the special 
display in the Candy Department 

MOIR'S 

Maraschino Cherries 1£;„ 1 ** 

EVERY PIECE DIFFERENT 

Neilson’s Astmat. _1 

ASsbiffED 

Chocolate Coated Nuts 1 -M 

12-oz. box...—— I 

ROWNTREES 

Black Magic Chocolates 

14b. box . I 

GRANTS CREAMY 

r n i_. Chocolate-walnut and QQC 

rUugO maple-walnut 1 lb.03 

A GOURMET CONFECTION 
Daaauaaalr A combination of butter 
rOpgf60CK pecam, almonds 1,2f 

•nd popoom. 10 oz. .....-—.. ■ 


Sweet, seedless and so juicy . . . that’s Japanese Mandarin Oranges—always a popular favourite at 
Christmastime. Treat yourself and the family to several boxes this weekend. But be sure to buy 
genuine Mandarin Oranges, there is no substitute. 


Bundle 
(2 boxes) 


Bigges f 

| Highest | 

■ friendly 1 

Selection 

| Quality | 

4m Service 1 


When you want the 
very best for your 
Christmas table, choose 
Woodward's Woodcrest' 
or Swift's Butterball ' 

Turkeys 

Guaranteed to be the 
Finest birds you can buy 

There's just none finer than these specially bred, 
broad-breasted birds with more tender white meat. 
They're beautifully oven-ready cleaned with legs 
tucked in. The heavy leg tendons have been re¬ 
moved making them easier to carve. Be sure of 
complete satisfaction in your Christmas turkey by 
choosing a Woodcrest or Butterball at Woodward's 
where we have the largest selection in the entire 
west. 


ROBINSON'S 

MARASCHINO 

ChtrriM 


McCOLLS 

MincemMt 


SUN RAY, 

Small Shrimps 

£f~.55* 


Rum Mix 


Tomato Juice 

21* 69* 


Langu. 
Jar ... 




16 oz. 


SNACKS 

Bugles, Whistles 
and Daisies 

Packet...39* 


DAIRYLAND 
ICE CREAM 


ANDERSON'S 

Pretzel Stix 

it_25* 


Log Rolls 


UiovtM 


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OLD IRIIADE 

Adorable old-faahioned fireman to add eotour and 
cltemant to any party. Each cracker is davtriy daoo- 
rated and trimmed with a face . . . down to black 
mustaches, red noae and a feather in the black 4.11 
hate. Box _ __ V 




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CRAZY 0HICKS OR CHEEKY CLCWIS 

Thla box of party cracker* ia bound to ba a conversa¬ 
tion piece! “Way-Out'' cracko- chlcka deco- i Jl 
rated in bright coloura for tha ‘In group". Box. 


DE LUXE PBTMENT 

Here's an assent that will complement any festiva 
parly. DeUcJortraits of 18th century ladies grace¬ 
fully decoratJfch cracker. Insida you'll find a party 
hat, novelty I joke. Choice of three. A-25 

Rnv I....“ 


fully decoratfth cracxer. Inside yen 
hat, novelty joke. Choice of three, 
Box .1 r. 


SHOWN ll 

Irresistibility crackers dressed as saucy Snow¬ 
men . jknnteed to receive many compliments, 
Hidden Iid“ a party hat, novelty and snap. C-50 

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•MACARONI 


laUldolagtot Victoria, B.C, Thufidov, Dtombtr 7, 1967 > 


Caustic House Comment 
‘Just Old Resentment 9 


Defend 

NORTH SAANICH 


Your Best Defence Against Urbaniza 
tion And Higher Taxes. 

On Saturday, I NASH 


OTTAWA <CP) — Shopwark- ployed for 30 calendar daya be¬ 
en In CPR abcpa In Montreal, tore the layoff would qualify for 
Wkaiipeg and dalgary were the atatutory holiday pay. 
given 22 (kya' notice of the Heilyer noted the company gave 


IVe m ltt Bennett aald Wednea-1 Vancouver East, asked in theinotbem B.C. Kota^dary 

day that when Harold Winch-— 11 “ -" l -‘— J * - - 

W1U him a "pompom an," he 
'nahnply expressing resentment 
“'jfll being called to farm the 
tin ^jtpp government in B.C 


Commons earlier this week I signed by "W. A. 'a 
whether tome papers in oanneo- Ithe premier, or byk 
tion with establishment of the ass who calls himself t 

Judge Extends rSV 


Chriatmaa Week layoff and moat 22 days’ notice rather than the 
of them wfll receive pay for four days required by the in ion 


Christmas and New Year’s Day, contract. 
Tram port Minister Heilyer toAd ^ : 
the Commam Wednesday. W/WM 

Replying to questions asked mf3 
Monday and Tuesday about the HA 
proposed; layoff c 4 4,000 CPR Hgn«r* 
workers. Helyec said the 
company notified union execu- ^ m 
tire* ■eterel days before the no- V M 
tices wr^e pasted. ^ M 

Any porker who had been em- w W 


Mr. Yinch 


„ kader of the CX» oppoahton 
UOCK Injunction party in the B,C. kgalatyt*. 
MONTREAL (CP) — Mr. Jus- When Social Credit, which for- 
tice Philippe Larrwrre extended med a minority govetiiment with 
a provisional injunction restrain- 19 aeata to the 18 fdrlthe NDP, 
Ing shipping com p a n ies from fir- was defeated in the ■tirilihir* 
ing longshoremen. Mr. Winch Bought t|,hava Mi 

Hie injunction, g r un ted Nov. grewp form the- jWentment, 
27, ended a four-day shut-down (Iieutenanf-Gover»«r Qar- 
of the port of Montreal. ence Wallace said 


In North Saanich 


years, be not trmve this 
resentment, gtju re sent3 the 
day he cam*^ y Kn and could 
not get She »*g e nairt-govemor 
to swear him In ^ prime minis¬ 
ter.” 

Mr. Winch, NDtVgmber for 


(InierM hjr Pro part? Ownin' Commltiaa) 


SELL MORE MERCHANDISE! 

WITH MORE NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING! 


Winch 


ew Beauty for your windows 

V 

kiting to be taken home now 


Easy Care Ready-Made 
Flberglas Draperies 


Washable window dressing In lovely prints or 
plains. Treat your windows to the carefree 
beauty of fibregl&s drapes. You’ll be delighted 
at their rich good looks, their ease of upkeep be¬ 
cause they never need Ironing and retain their 
freshness wash after wash. Broken sizes and 
colour range. 


Very New and Truly Self 
Lined Custom Draperies 


"Dura-lined” created with Chromspun SLR yarn 
that’s woven in the warp of the antique satin 
to give backing that acts as a real lining. It 
will not peel, crack, become sticky or discolour. 
A beautiful, practical drapery fabric to have 
custom styled for windows. Blended of rayon 
and acetate in 14 decorator colours. 


Size 48”x84’ 
Sale Price 


Sin 48”x54' 
Sale Price, 
Pair. 


Size 72”x84’ 


Caravsll Flberglas Draperies 

Washable! No ironing, fade-proof. No 
lining. 3 widths to chooaa from . . . 
broken sizes and colour range. 

45" leagth. Pair, from_ -m~-6.99 

54" leagth. Pair, frem __7.9© 

S3” length. Pair, from_8.99 

84” length. Fair, from_«..._...9.99 


Size 96”x84' 
Pair. 


SALE! 


Our Own "Woodsohia" 
Ready-Made Lined Draperies 


Glamorize your entire room the speedy, in¬ 
expensive way with these attractive draperies* 
They’re ready to hang the moment you bring' 
them home. Carefully tailored and finished 
with pinch - pleated beading and ecru cob- 
ton sateen lining. Approx. 84” long. 


These easy-to-buy draperies come In an inter¬ 
esting collection of florals, plains and ab¬ 
stracts. Standard 84” length. 


100% cotton stretch slipcovers In a modem print with removable fringe skirt 
Comes in brown or green. Expertly tailored with all seams overcast Com¬ 
pletely washable. Be ready for the holidays and make your old furniture 
look like new, at this low cost 


Dundee' Slipcovers for Sofa and Chair 


Woodward's Mayfair Phone 386-3322, Cobble Hill, Duncan, Ganges, Gulf Islands, Jordan River, Zenith 6544 (Toll Free). Evening shopping Thursday and 

Friday 'til 9:30 p.m. Qpen Saturday 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. 



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BRIDGMAN 


t hinu • ( rv*ltil • Gifts 

'U (<uvt'fnni- ii! M 1’honr IV3 


PAGE TWENTY-NINE 


VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1967 


[THIRD SECTION 


Travel to Mainland 
For Skating Events 


Social 

AND 

Personal 


Parents and friends at figure Mrs. L. MacDonald, Mrs. D. Debbie Bray, Maureen Jasper, 
skaters from Victoria will be in Roe, Mrs. J. Maple, Mrs. B. Pegging Hoskins, Jamine Rich- 
Vanoouver this weekend for the Hynd, Mrs. V. Madden, Mrs. M. ardaan, Sharon Jetts, Barbara 
B.C. Section (Provincial) Figure Young and Cherlyn, Misses Ev. Maple, Carole Irwin, Linda Roe, 
Skating Championships to be DtReiver and Lum Warne. Pam Reynolds, Brenda Thornaa, 
held December 8, 9 and 10, Ip Skaters who are competing in Groce Higgins. Paul Fisher, 
the Capilano Figure Skating the varioui events left earlier in David MacDonald, Ruby Zapott- 
Chib. At the conclusion of the the week for practice. Repre- chny, Kevin Grttam. Heather 
events on Sunday the B.C. Renting Victoria Figure Skating Fraser, .Richard Madden and 


Kjive a 
Gift of 
Fabric 


Linen Shower 


Those traveiling to the main 


land are Mrs. B. Jeffs, Mrs. B. 

January bride-elect Miss Sandi Jones was honored at a linen Bowles, Mr. and Mrs. J. 
shower given by Mrs. Grant and Mrs. F. Crsswfdk at the latter's Zapottchny, Mrs. T. Bray, Mrs. 
Hillcrest Road home. Guests were the bride-elect's mother, Mrs. Hoskfc^*, Mrs. H. G. Erwin, 
H. Jones, and groom-elect’s mother, Mrs. I- Howroyd, and Mrs. D . Thomas, Mrs. B, 

D. Sheidan, Mrs, G. Taylor, Mrs. D. Bell, Mrs. C. Neal, Mrs. P. Reynolds, Mrs. F. Richardeon, 
Thewlis, Mrs. I. Young, Mrs. E. Luff, Mrs. E. Thompson, Mrs. Mre Higgins, Mrs. J. Fraser 
M. Mulcaster, Mrs. D. Burgess, Mis. S. Kennedy, Mrs. O. Ma- ^ ^ Mra . E . i^per, Mrs 
honey, Mrs. E. Bamabe, Mrs. A. Armatrong, Mrs. M. Knight, the ^ D jasper Mr, jj Burling 

Misses Carrelyn Sheidan, Pat Webb, Pat Merrill and Heather j . -— 

Mulcaster. ff******* K: .tn*»iaiiu»-.wn 


London Silk 


Gift Certificates Available 


1849 DOUGLAS ST. 


Phone 882-1125 


Buffet Dinner 

Mrs. David R. Coell, wife of die Commanding Officer of the I 
Canadian Scottish Regiment (Princess Mary's), entertained the | 
wives of the serving officers of the regiment at a buffet dinner ji 
on the evening of the 30th annual game dinner. Mrs. H. A. Davie, J 
wife of the second In command, assisted wtth refreshments and ) 
receiving guests. Officers’ wives attending were Mrs. G. F. Roae- j| 
borough, Mrs. M. B. C. MacLean, Mrs. J. Sotkowy, Mrs. J. « 
Olver, Mrs. E. L. deBourcier, Mrs. H. W. Johnston, Mrs. D. M. J 
Grubb, Mrs. M. E. HeppeU, Mrs. P. Montague and Mrs. Harvey J 
Kerr. Also present were Mrs. William Rae, Mr*. J. R. KLnghem. i 
Mrs. W. J. Moaedale, Mrs. R. D. Travis, Mrs. P. F. Ramsay, Miss ! 
Terry Baldwin, Miss Marian Blankenback and Mrs. H. R. Cbell J 


Youngiass of Kiddie Craft; button- 
trimmed high-necked collars and ja¬ 
bots, long sleeves with deep cuffs all 
done up in tiny rows of white baby 
lace add charming touches. 


These glowing cotton velveteens on 
little girls should be the prettiest 
"packages” around this year’s Christ¬ 
mas trees. Elegant and feminine styles 
inspired by the Victorian era are by 


NAVY LEAGUE 
Navy League Chapter, IODE, 
will hold the annual Christmas 
tea at the home of Mrs. W. F. 
Mawdealy, 1373 Harrop Road, 
Friday, Dec. 8 at 12 noon. 


up the 
Christmas 
Scene 
with 




Heirloom Locket 
Something Old 


Housecoats 

and 

Loungewear 


Janls Marsha Lee b e c a m e 1 "aomething old" the bride wore 
the bmde of Mr. Fergus Gary an heirloom locket belonging to 
Heywood, son of Mr. end Mrs. her matron of honor. Red and 
F. T. Heywood, 1575 McRae white carnations and gold chry- 
Avenue, St a recent ceremony aanihemums were in her oaa- 
in First United Church. Rev. R. cade bouquet. 

J. D. Morris officiated at the Mrs. Wayne McArthur, ma- 
doiMe-ring service. tron of honor, was in a gold 

Given in marriage by Mr. satin A-line gown and carried a 
Kidney Ash Ihe bride was lovely cascade of red carnations and 
in a floor-length sheath style gold chrysanthemums. The MJs- 
gown en train in nylon taffeta, scs Judy Soper and Linda 
complemented by a matching Peebles wore red brocade A-line 
coat trimmed with lac*. For gowns and carried bouquet* to 
---- match the matron of honor's. 

The little flower girls, the 
Misses Judy Ash and Kelly 
McArthur, wore red and white 
A-line frocks and carried red 
and gold Colonial bouquets. 

Master Victor McArthur was 
ring bearer. 

VICTORIA WI -k + + 

Annual meeting of Victoria m Sleven Henry wai best 
Women’s Institute will be held mgm and ushering were Mr. 

^ the .5r' Keith Donaldson and Mr. Kerry 
1528 Cook Street Election of offi- Heywood 

cers end yearly reports. Mem- A Mtowed at the 

bers reminded to bring gifts for aub Tango ^ ^ntring ^ 
mental patients. bride’s table was a four-tiered 


Exciting New Style* 


THE LAST WORD IN 
CHRISTMAS GIVING 


When deciding on a gift, why not 
OO give glasses. A lasting gift A 
In — n l smartly styled new pair or possibly 
EomcMMl R ngw frame. As an alternative, 
\R/ may we suggest a Prescription Op- 
• tieal Gift Certificate In a smart 
envelope ready to present Gift Certificates are 
available in any amount 


CHOOSE NOW, USE 
OUR LAYAWAY PUN 


Clubs and 
Societies 


Open Thla Thors, 
ud Fri. Nights 


Where Prices Are Always Reasonable 


A wide Variety of styles 
from which to choose In 
short or full length. Many 
exciting colors, plains and 
prints fashioned in quilts, 
brushed orlon, nylon tricot, 
vocama. 


Medical Arts Building 
1106 Pandora Avenue 
S84-79S7 

158 Trunk Rond 
Dunran, B.C. 

710-0041 


Campbell Building 
10*6 Dougina Street 
3S4-50U 

Professional Building 
1100 Cook Street 
*84-8311 


JEWELERS 
1817 Douglas St 


CARD PARTY 

Visitors will be welcome when 
the Men’s Orange Lodge hold* a 
Christmas social and card party 
Friday, Dec. 8 at 8 p.m. 
Refreshments will be served. 


Richly styled in velvet with 

| a graceful gold trim 
% • • • none finer than 


BEBEKAH 

Emerald Rebekah Lodge, No. 
17 will hold a Christmas party 
on Friday, Dec. 8 in the K of P 
Ball, 723 Cormorant, following 
the meeting at II a,m. Ex¬ 
change of gifta and members 
are reminded to bring donation 
Bar grooery hamper. 


That wUI be enjoyed 
/or months 

Piccadilly Shoppe 

1017 Governmeat fit. 


Peignoir Sets 

Sheer luxury ... __ 

fashioned in ny- J w J fL 
Ion with lace J j 

trim. From ... Mm\a 


VICTORIA CITY 

RIB-ELECT 

ALDERMAN 


VestaT' 


Also a Good Selection of 

• Handbags 

• Scarves 

• Gloves 

• Hosiery 

• Fashion Jewellery 

• Blouses 

• Sweater* 


• 4 Year* Aldermanlo 

Experience iHN^W^, 

• 8 Montha total Acting 

Mayor. 

• Chairman, Parks .» 

Committee. i jiT ,«IiSil|l 

• 38 Years Experience 
Investment Business. 

Served: ■■■■■bhbhbhhb| 

Civil Defence, A] be ml n>m M n | H I 

Flood Relief. Centennial RAUfll f I 

Train, Air Pollution, liflfillirf I I 

Cemetery Board. 

Victoria Msmber on Royal Jubilee Hospital Board and 
Victoria District Hospital Planning Board- Alternate 
Director Regional District of the Capital of B.C 

Peat District Governor, Toastmasters International; 

Chairman Youth Leedenliip Program for British Colum¬ 
bia; Past President St. Andrew’s and Caledonian Society; 
Member for Session, Fairfield United Church; Director 
Bastion Theatre; Vice-President Association of Vancou¬ 
ver Island Municipalities; 5 years war service as signals 
Instructor British Commonwealth Air Training Plan. 

An honest desire to serve the citizens of Victoria in Mean¬ 
ingful Administration without waste, R. Baird seeks your 
intelligent support for re-election Dee. t. 


May We Suggest a 

GIFT 

CERTIFICATE 


Open Thursday 
and Friday 
Til 9 p.m. 

Budget Term 
Available 


1617-19 DOUGLAS ST. sss-nsi 


Mail orders invited 
Credit if desired 


FREE CUSTOMER PARKING—Entrance from Fugard Street 


1023 Douglas Street 383-2211 
























lA’A’OH 


ARMING 


VAllDATEQj 


JILMtl 


BIRRS 


BIRRS 


llUl SoLmriat*Victoria, B.C., Thunday, Dscambsr 7, 1967 


Russian Gift Is Secret 


Far yarn I have known him 
as a man of outstanding per¬ 
sonal Integrity, Resourceful, 
Capable and Tolerant, who has 
toiled unselfishly for the good 
of all Saanich residents and 
whose reputation has well 
earned the right to continue as 
Reeve. His broad knowledge 
and keen Judgment in muni¬ 
cipal affairs should commend 
the support of every right 
thinking man and woman on 
Dee. 9th. 


week from unknown well-wish¬ 
ers and letter mall has been 
, averaging 450 a week, the White 
House said. 

Soviet Ambassador Anatoly F. 
Dobrynin said his government 
was giving the couple a per¬ 
sonal gift, but he said it was a 
"secret.” Other countries oen 
be expec te d to follow auft. 

Lynda sort *» gifta toe 


plete silver' servtas valued at 
16,500. 1 

j But from around the country, 
from people Miss Johnson and 
Robb have never heard of, have 
come dozens of potholdera, 
embroidered pillowcase*, 
sheets, towels and numerous 
good luck pieces or reigtous 
medals. 


a bedspr*ad”| the Democratic 
•congressional leadership sent 
two porcelain tow M r k valued 
at several hundred dollars, and 
a good friend sent a p ai ntin g of 
a scene in Spain. 

The Washington Diplomatic 
Corps gave the couple a oom- 


. By MARGARET A. KILGORE 

WASHINGTON (UPI) — What 
do you give the daughter of the 
President of the United States 
hr a wedding present? 

That’s an especially tough 
question when you consider that 
the bride-to-be, 


Lynda Bird 
Johnson, is a wealthy girl who 
can buy the average gilt foe 
herself. 


St. Andrew’s Cathedral was 
Bis setting for the recent doubler 
ring ceremony uniting in m&r- 
rtag* Donna May Dodds to Mr. 

Denis Albert Benard. Monsignor 
M. T. O’Connell officiated at the 
wedding for toe daughter of Cpl. 
and Mrs. R. E. Dodds, and the 
■on of Mr. and Mrs. G. F. 

Benard. 

The lovely bride chose a floor- 
length Colonial style gown of 
white chiffon featuring tyxiffant 
skirt, jewelled ncckHne and lily- 
point sleeves. Her Tour-tiered 
veil of silk illusion net misted to 
her waist from a dainty crown 
of pearls. Yellow roses and ivy 
were in her cascade bouquet 
and her only Jewelry was a 
pearl droplet, gift of the groom. 

. ★ ★ * 

Mrs. Vincent D. White, ma¬ 
tron of honor, and Miss Cnleen 
Dougan, bridesmaid, were in 

floor-length Empire style gowns At the reception which tol- The newlyweds now are mak- describe Christmas festivities i 
in shocking pink with lace lowed at 745 West Burnside ing their home at 930 Southgate. 1B6T and a film will be shown. 
overlay of pale mauve. They Road the bride and groom cut Out-of-town guests were Mrs. 


‘It Would 
Be Nice’ 


The couple also has been 
feted at more than two do —i 
parties and bridal a trmw from 
Washington to Texas. 

Urn Whits Hou» policy has 
bean to discourage official gifts 
from other countries but to 
accep* gifts cf nominal value or 
those given to the brid* and; 
groom on a personal basis. The 
gifts have been coming to the 
mail room at the rate of 25 a 


The fact la, however, that the 
White House mail roan has 
been swamped with gifts, In all 
prices and alses, ever since 
Lynda announced tn September 
that she would .marry Marine 
Capt. Charles S. Robb on Dec. 


WASHINGTON (UPI) — 
Smiling Marine Oapt, Charles 
S. Robb today picked ap mar¬ 
riage licence number >771 
legally authorizing him to 
wed Pretideat Johneou'a 
daughter, Lynda Bird, la * 


-lllqn Studio) 

Mr. and Mrs. Denis 'Albert Benard 


Tericota * 

Perma-lron 

65% Fortrel j 

55% Cotton f 

The shirt that’s /1 

bora Ironed... g \ 
end stays ironed | L 


ON BASTION SQUARE 

Your Christmas Gift Centre 


hostess 


In the heart of downtown Victoria. 
Gifts that are unique, unusual, sure to 
be the hit of the Christmas season! 


The perfect gift for him... and a thoughtful 
present to youxielf. He’ll like the soft, luxuri¬ 
ous quality . . . you’ll sppredate the new- 
found convenience of these permanently 
ironed shirts. Completely machine washable 
... they tumble dry to wrinkle-free perfection. 

Choose hii gift from our * pedal Christttuj 
collection in his favorite collar ityle. g, 

Sanforized Plus labelled, of course, prom 


LANDERS 


ANN 


Opas 10 a.m. Is 9:30 p.m, 

DAILY EXCEPT SATURDAY 
UNTIL CHRISTMAS 


Dear Ann Landers: Plbase say a word about airlinejeven though be has hod only one! 
pilots who think they are disc jockeys. I travel a lot and JJJJ* ££ '£££, *^25^ 
I’m sick and tired of thone chatty fellows up front who sp aoe ^ n m«i works to* 
sound as if they are auditioning for a talk show. Thanks factory although he foete the job 
t lot—TWO BOURBONS TO BUFFALO 

Dear Buffalo: I'm with you. Ii 

enjoy hearing #» pile* give the |I told him my kkta would not be 

paasangera a friendly hello after wearing th 

takeoff. It's reassuring to know buttons, to my opinion, were 
foere's somebody up there. But .atrocious. He replied, "TTxxe 
after w* get off Into the wild buttons are mild compared with 

blue powder I’d Jh* as i 

tended to hta navigation. 

* * * [wearing a button which read, 

Dear Aaa Laadera: As the "I *’ ~ 

mother of three children I im [you now when we need you r 
gravely conce rn ed about what is 

happening t o morality i _ _ 

aunpta decency In tMs country, ihese buttons an insult to the husband 
Yesterday I went to toe market dignity of 
to buy to* week’s groceries. 1 CONNECTICUT YANKEE 

purchased some breakfast Dear ConnwSicut: ___„__ 

eereai with tatteri n g indicating buttons in the cereal box are, to j trying to transfer toe blame for! 

“supriaes tor the kidi ir~-- ' ^ -‘- 

Whan I reached home I deokird i 
to check out the "surprises " 

This la what I found: An 
assortment of buttons which 
read, "My mother Is a 
•winger,’' "Send your parents tn 
©amp" and "God Is no* dead, ho 
Just doeint want to get 
Involved." 

I telephoned the manager of 
the market and asked him if he 
knew what was in the cereal 
boxes. He said, "Yes, buttons. 

All the kids are wearing them." 


’’IT'S A WEE BIT OF HEAVEN 
YE HA’E HERE,” SAID THE 
SCOTTISH LADY AS SHE 
PICKED OUT HER OWN 
ORCHID FOR HER 
DOTH AN NIVERSA RY . . . 

ORDERS BEING TAKEN FOR 
XMAS AND NEW YEAR’S 
CORSAGES 


is benea th him. He aays he I 
wants to keep Ms mind free 
bran pre—ire. 

I La** year I had a female 
because o* ] operation. Med aays that after 
such an openatton a woman Is 
as good as dead. He never warn 
very enthusiastic when It came 
, to love-making. Now he show* 

Into the store absolutely no Merest aft all 

because he aays I have nothing 
Lee Harvey Oswald, where are ^ ^ ve 

-ou now when we need you?" Frankly, I feel mere romantic 
Please teM me, Am Landers, now than I dad when I was 21. 
and I a^ baity old woman or are will you please explain why my 

. .—-——j |j aa fliese peculiar 
decent people?- «deaa?_A VERY LIVELY 
CORPSE 

Dear lively: Your husband k 


1435 DOUGLAS 
383-7025 


Scarves • Jewellery 
Accessories 
Mauy attractive gift 
items to choose from. 


SELECT FROM 100 FLOWERS 

ORCHID CORSAGES FROM S3.50 


BAILEY ORCHIDS 

WEDDING SPECIALISTS 

1055 TRANS CANADA HIGHWAY, PORTAGE INLET 
(ENTRANCE ORANGE ROAD) 47B-I777 
OPEN DAILY AND SUNDAYS. CLOSED MONDAYS 

Pick Out Your Own Orchid For Your 
Corsage From Our Greenhouse 

“BE PROUD—WEAR A FLOWER” 


my way of thinking, not amus- hte inability to perform,' ^ i 
i t cni in bad taste. Why on female operation you describe 
earth the cereal company things in no way dimkMxs a woman’s 
K's smart to encourage kkk to wauil capacity. In foot, it often 
ridicule parents and nuki increases it Your husband 
jokes about God k beytmd me. to«Ad see a doctor and team 
Tl*e Oswald Button la mare why he is as good as dead at 
than bad teste — and I cant die time In his life when he 
believe it came in a cereal boot, should be In his prime. 

It is a vicious insult to bur 
president, end anyone who 
thinks It ia funny paas eau c a a 
sick, rick sense of humor. 


Repeat Offer On the 

'Dorchester” Handbag 

FOR 3 DAYS ONLY DEC. 7 to DEC. 9 


Community Silver Plate Flatware 

FOR CHRISTMAS GIVING 


Dear Ann Laudems My hus¬ 
band and I are in our middle 
forties. Mel is a faritoant man 


BOT LUCK SUPPER 

Ladles’ Auxiliary to the 
Army, Navy and Air Force 
Veterans In Canada, Unit 12, 
will meet Dec. 7 at 8 p.m. In the 
C3ub Auditorium 1001 Wharf 
Street A pot luck supper and 
exchange of gifts will follow the 
meeting. 


NOW OPEN 

LA POOCH COIFFURES 

rAiumn ruu 

Sntanlimll] Iralaei 


Our first introductory offer on this handbag was a complete sellout and, 
as many customers were disappointed, we have been fortunate in obtaining 
a repeat shipment which will be offered at the same Introductory price. 

In Morocco or Kip Calf, in Colours Black, Brown and Navy. 


Phone lor an appointment 
mini 


K.sMtentarii* 


8 Knives 
8 Forks 
8 Place 
Spoons 
8 Tea¬ 
spoons 


ehorgt account! incited 


Artittrj* 


Regular Price $19.50 


Open All Day Wednesday, 
Friday TUI I 


SPECIALLY 

PRICED 


* A SAVING OF $24.05 
Fran Regular Open Stock Pieces 
Regular Open Stock Price $114.00 Set 


here a&ain 


PLUS 6 Most Needed 
Serving Pieces 

2 Tablespoons 1 Butter Knife 

1 Gravy Ladle 1 Cold Meat 

1 Sugar Spoon Fork 

Available in 5 Popular Pattern* 
(As Illustrated) 


Celebration 
DRAWER CHEST 


Available on Birks Budget 
Terms — as low as 5% Down 
(Minimum 85.00); balance in 
convenient monthly payments. 


V ‘Sugar Frosting’ 

b]i Grenada 


Ingledew's 


706-708 Yates St. 
382-4241 ( 

Open this Thurs.-Fri. 'til 9:30 p.m 


749 Yates St. 



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The re'H be no cocoa until 
January for 37 members of a 
British expedition in the Antarc¬ 
tic. 

Their entire supply at ooooa 
wu spread cn snow to mark an 
Improvised airfield for a mercy 
mission — the rescue by a U.S. 
Navy transport plane of Dr. 
Jobs Brotherhood, 38, of Chep¬ 
stow, Wales. 

D r. Brotherhood fractured 
three spinal vertebrae, his nose 
and Jaw when a sled went over 
an ice cliff. The U.S. plans 
brought him here for treatment 


TORONTO — Eleven hippies, 
Including their spokesman 
DbjII DaPoe, were convicted of 
creating a disturbance in the 


(by Vllaa) ...flULSO 


ROUND ROAST, LR. 
ROUND STEAK, LB. 
GROUND ROUND LB 


haa presented his credentials to 
King Hosiiebi as Canada's am¬ 
bassador to Jordan. 


Police 


CHARTRES. France 
avs arrested a man said to I 


ladies’ Baby Delia, Slips, 
Sweaters, Brae, Otrdlce, 
CUIdrea’e Swe ate rs, Bala- 
coats. Teen-age Jumpers, 
Girls’ Pyjamas, Leotards. 


IVORY KING 
SIZE LIQUID 


FRESH TOMATOES 
2-LB. TRAY. 


COOKING ONIONS 
3-LB. BAG. 


FRESH MILK 


3 QT. 
HOMO 




3 QT. 


72 ° 


SHOP FOR CHRISTMAS 

MIXED HUTS No>1 .2 *.99* 

CHRISTMAS WARP 4 , ..88* 

CHRISTMAS CARDS 59* 

low met OR 

PICKLES—PARTY BISCUITS— 
RUTC AND BOLTS—CHOCOLATES 


CIGARETTES 

WHILE STOCK Q iiLft 
LASTS. 20b iJRAW. 


ICE CREAM 3 Ms. 59 ° 


BREAD 7 f>rT° 


WELLBURN’S 

PANDORA AT COOK 

OPEN THURS. and FBI. TELL 9 P.ML 


to It. Beg. f750 H4M 
atom. SALE... 1 la It 

DUSTERS and HOUSECOATS 

Quilted nylon with Inxnrloaa lace 
trim*; also cuddly brushed or Ion. 
Sties 8, M, L. Beg. «U.M up. ION 
SALE, from ..._......._... • 

\ Cottoi Gordi 1 Dusters 


Maple Portable Chest Miner 


SPECIAL - 2-Piece Hi-Back 
CbesterfieM Suites 

ia attractive eoveriag*. Btaa, gold and 


DAVENPORTS—Good oovotoga 
(wMh bedding box)... 


•199“ 

...•es“ 


LAMPS 

• Table—Stisfarf, Boudoir, Chain 


•8”* *95“ 


Dinette Tables 


for the mailer dining area. 


Duncan Phyfs £?..*96“ to *99“ 

Fold-Over Cuisoh 

Walnut, Mahogany, Fruttwood IC9 to I 510 

Drop-Leaf Pembroke Tablet £ 5 * 

££ ... *146"* *169“ 


SWEATERS 

Pullover* and Cardigan* — Lovely 
colon, gold, cherry, turqwtoe, 
bine, grey and g r e en. Fall fashion 
eleevee. Beg. to fil.M. 9C** 
SALE..- V 


Mines’. 9AM 


Girls’ Dresses 

Sixes 4*14. Beg. $S-M to 
90.M. SALE 

*3“u *5“ 


lavish lace 
.Beg. HN 
RAI.B .. ■ 


*6"» T 

ChlMren’s T-Shirts 
And Flannol Shirts 

Reg. Id ISJB. SALE 

’1 <x L‘1 so 

FREE PARKING — 


Open Dally. t'JP ta >:» 
Including Friday* 


||R| UflibL Victoria, B.C., Thursday, December 7, 1947 J J 


/ COMPANY- VICTORIA LTD. 
825 FORT ST. Above Bl.v- hard si. PHOHE 382-5138 


Cocoa Marks Emergency Airfield 


Names in the News 


CANOPY (POSTER) BEDS 


Attractive BEOS 


TO CONTEMPG 

of Many Design* 


Yorkvflla hippie dtofcrict last 
Aug. 20 and were fined 9100 
each. They were given two 
months to pay the fines or faoe 
nn Alternative 14-day Jail sen¬ 
tence. 

□ 

MONTREAL — The Canadian 
Chamber of Commerce has 
announced Donald Morrell will 
resign Ri the organization’s 
general manager Jan. 1, after 
40 yean of servioe with the 
chamber. He will be succeeded 
by C. Herb Seoffleld, currently 
neaii taut general manager. 

□ 

SAIGON — Photographer 
Bant Fans haa become the 11th 
Associated Press casualty at the 
Vietnam war. Faas, who haa 
taken thousands of combat 
pictures, was wounded in both 
legs by rocket fragments near 

Bu Dop- 

□ 

TAMPA, Fla. — A grand Jury 
returned a flrstdegree murder 
indictment against fruit picker 
James J. Richardson after 
i n v e stigating the poisoning 
deaths of Ms seven children. 
They died after eating a stew 
which pathologists said was 
laced with parathkn poison. 

□ 

LONDON — The famous 
literary forgeries of Thomas 
Wise — a highly respected 
scholar and man of letters until 
his exposure an an ace forger — 
brought £23,900 (161,420) in a 
two-day at Sotheby's. Wise 
forged first editions of Toney- 
eon, Wordsworth, Dickens, Bne- 
ki* and other famour writers 
until 1900. 

□ 

PARIS — French authorities 
decided to allow Black Power 
leader Stokely Carmichael into 
Francs after holding him over¬ 
night at Orly Airport, official 
sources said. 

□ 

AMMAN — Christian Handy 


havs telephoned the parents of 
seven-year-old Emraanael Mai 
Part, kidnapped for ransom in 
Versailles, near Paris. The man 
was named es Jean-Claude 
Mansion, 33, who described 
himself as a private detective. 
□ 

WASHINGTON — The White 
House has announced Wednes- 


DePoe 

* ★ * 

day that Vice-President Hubert 
H. Humphrey will fly to Africa 
lata this month for an eight- 
nation tour Including Liberia, 
the Ivory Coast, Ghana, The 
Congo, Ethiopia, Somalia, 
Kenya and Tunisia. 

□ 

VATICAN CITY - Pope Paul 
wifi leave the Vatican Friday 
for the first time sinoe his 


Morrctl 


operation last month to pray 
before the statue of the Virgin 
Mary In Rome's Piazza di 
Spagna, it was anno u nced here. 
□ 

BUENOS AIRES — LL-Om. 
Arturo Oaaorto Arana, 65, key 
man in the 1955 Ar ge ntin a Army 1 
coup which ousted jmldnl 
Jana Penan, died here aftag a 
long 1 Times 


SEATTLE — A four-year-old 
Seattle Boy fit m satisfactory 
condition following a four-hour 
operation and a transfusion of a 
rare type at blood donated by 
Mr*. 8. Kaato of Port Arthur. 
Ont Doctors said they required 
for (ha transfusion Id John 
Nkhata blood lacking the Kell 
factor, which Is mfamfag from 
one person in every 500,000. 
They said there are only three 
known donor* with this rare 
type of blood in Canada and the 
U.S. 

□ 

CLIFTON. N.J. — Dave Ea¬ 
rn an, originator of the radio 
program Hobby Lobby in the 
1930s and 1940s, died here, sged 
ST. 

□ 

SAN ANGELO, Tex. — A man 
jailed two month* ago for 
robbing a soft drink company 
disappeared from Ms cell fol¬ 
lowing reports he was under 
investigation ae part of an 
F alleged plot to assassinate Ar- 
“ kansas Gov. Wiathrap Bocke- 
* feller. 


CONTACT LENSES 

MAYC0GK OPTICAL DISPENSARY 


Victoria, B.C. 
1327 Broad 81 


HOLLY 

WELL BERRIED 
SHIPPING QUALITY 


|1M% INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AMO OPERATED ( 

WELLBURN’S 

SUPER MART 

MORE 

DISCOUNT 

PRICES 

MEDIUM JK an aa 

EG6S A2doz 69 c 

SHORTENING 3 lbs.79' 


PURE SOAP C lb. QQ 
POWDER — W bag UO 


PREPAID 


MOM’S 


mum a *■ jm aeae 

Margarine 4ibs.1°° 


CANADA CHOICE 


ivuuuvfnnv u 

FLORISTS 


635 FORT ST. 


334-5614 


STAFFORD PURE 

JAMS 

Strawberry, Raspberry, etc. 

STAFFORD PIE 
FILLERS 


Priseess 

Chairs 

Those dainty velvet 
chairs. Useful for 
every room in the 
house. 


Maple Wall 
Brackets 

To complete your 
maple decor. 

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( OW BRAND 


COINlf 11)1 IMIIAIIY YOIJR 


Cumminga 


IMPORTANT NOTICE 
WATCH FOB LABOR 
FORTHCOMING 

SALE OF DRAPERY 
AMD UPHOLSTERY 
MATERIAL 

From Exclusive Victoria 
Decanting Studio 
Dll count*—10% OFT Retail 


Taylor 


Davit 


ALSO 

tll,M WORTH OF 
BRAND NEW 
CARPRTOTO ■ IT Wtdtlli 
M% OPT RETAIL PRICES 


troli to preserve North IaeamlMat Tnnr 0. M. Davis 
Saanich's rural amenities, — A consulting atomical 
Mr. Cumminga says there engineer, to supports Dr. Nash, 
have bean enough octrois and He wants the advisory planning 
council has adopted zoning by- com mi as ten ra-aatsbliahad, and 
laws prepared by the Capital to minimize taxes he wants to 
Region Planning Board. avoid “expansive entangle- 

Here are (ha five candidates mints" with intarmurdcipal 
for three council seats, with bodies. Mr. Davis recommends 
their platforms. maximum cooperation with 

* ie * Central Saanich and Sidney to 

keep coats down. 


The 2,295 eliglbia ratepayers 
in North Saanich — the shortest 
voters' list in the Greater Vic¬ 
toria area — art experiencing 
one of the district's liveliest 
election campaigns. 

On one tide, there is a group 
of hopefuls lad by Dr. A. B. Neafe 
the municipalities Brat reeve. 
Appointed pro-tem chairman o< 
council when North Saanich was 
incorporated three years ago, he 
is supported to three other coun¬ 
cil candidates. 


AND 

INVENTOBF OF 
LOCALLY OWNED 
IMPORTING COMPANY 
AT 60% OfT RETAIL 


yVI III ll/Al nfri/entort 

chin - odorless 

A saiNtiea st Caw Brwti Bstoa Safe 
(3 isblneeont per «vsrt tf wster (Mtes 


LASTLY 

LADIES’ CLOTHING SHOP 
DISCOUNT w% OFF RETAIL 1 

MAYNARDS 

Bonded 

AUCTIONEERS 

Since 1N2 

m JOHNSON ST., VICTORIA 
S8S4M1 


Incumbent Douglas R. Cook — 
A civil servant with the Domin¬ 
ion Experimental Farm, he 
supports orderly planning and 
suggests more control of build¬ 
ings at marinas. Ha wants more 
inveatigatksi of sewage-disposal 
proposals to prevent pollution of 
Saanich Inlet, and suggests 
something be done to help rural 
dwtilsn whose land has beoome 
u n econo m ical to farm. 


lac urn beat Mrs. H. O. (Nell) 
Horth — A realator, she sup¬ 
ports council policy for orderly 
expansion. She is a of merited 
about auxiliary fire protec Item In 
the Deep Qova area and is inter- 
sated in community planning. 
During her term of offios, aha 
has been an health, welfare and 
library committees. 


Dr. Nash's apparent is incum¬ 
bent Reeve J. B. Oummlag, a 
retired businessman. 

The main argument between 
Mr. Cumming and Dr. Nash has 
been on the issue of whether 
oaunotl has exerted enough con- 


READY-TO-HANG 

DRAPES 


Col. Harry Lake — A retired 
artillery officer, he supports Dr. 

Nash and is mainly interested 
in preserving the rural ameni¬ 
ties of North Saanich and In the 
operation of an efficient munici¬ 
pal administration. ^ 

Harry A. Taylar — A retired 
petroleum engineer, he also sup-1 controls to preserve the rural 


Horth 


MONTREAL, Dacamhar 7th —What do I 
always want for ChristmasT Monayl That's 
why I thin k Icotiabsnk IivIdsi CartIRoatas 
from THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA make 
such marvellous (and thoughtful) Christmas 


Beautiful Drosses with the 
sparkle of the festive sea¬ 
son! 


Mltoklpalltiei in the Capital 
Region will have to wait far 
financial restriotfona to ease 
before thinking about sewer 
construction. Genteel Saanich 
Reeve R. Gordon Lae told an all- 
Candida tos meeting Tuesday at 
Brentwood. 

Hie reeve Bald, "Tto chaotic 
condition of the bond and 


that he was pessimistic about 
the possibility ef obtaining as¬ 
sistance from tanks: govern¬ 
ments. 

COST STUDY 

Council candidate Ted 
Clayerds, a stsit offtcer of the 
Maritime Ibroes Pacific Com¬ 
mand, suggested a ban eft-coat 
sewer economic etody might be 
desirable for both Central Saan- 
ich and the Greater Victoria 
area. 

“What we really need to know 
is what pollution is coe tin g 
society,’* to said. 


NOTICE 

PRICE REDUCTIONS 


IN SAANICH 


NOW IN 
EFFECT AT 


Saturday 


Victoria's Impart Car Showplace‘ 


litiumrn eave isa 

11/80 SPORT CONVERTIBLE. NOW 

1300 DE LUXE SEDAN 

NOW 


SAVE fise 

SPITFIRE MK III 

SAVE SIM 

TR4 IRS 

SPORT CONVERTIBLE 


Light up the holiday scene 
in a sparkling dress from 
Mary Constance. Lovely 
silks and brocades, dra¬ 
matic black velvet, femi¬ 
nine pastels or vibrant, 
flashing colors. 


SAVE CM 
NOW 


Pledged To 
Continue a 
Progressive and 
Vigorous Approach 
to the Problems 
that Confront this 
Municipality 
Today! 


ROVER 2000 SO 

save coe 

ROVER 2000 TC 

SAVE «SM 

ROVER 2000 

AUTOMATIC 


ALL ON DISPLAY HOW! 


Attractive prints In larger 
sizes. Complete size range 
includes sizes 5-20. Half 
sixes 12Vt to 30%. 


NOW 


SAVE COO 
NOW 


£o;fcsttoc... bright 


CHARGE ACCOUNTS 
INVITED 


Ihe last 1 yean have been the meet progreeaive ever 
reoarded in geenich I Continue tto progress to meet the 
demenfe of a rapidly growing municipality with the 
same careful control a( expenditures si has bean given 
■inae late 1K4. 

Vote For Continued Progress 
With Economy 


natural 


for superior tests, life and appearance - the bubble* 
are nature”* very own. 

"Calcna Premium Vintage Champagne is the fes¬ 
tive drink par excellence . . . perfect for the most 
special occasions ... an inspiring accompaniment to 

sny footfr 

"Every bottle i* mdiudually 
numbered .’.. your e**urence / ’ 

of finest quality." President. 


USB OUR 
CONVENIENT 

LAYAWAY 


750 Broughton St. 
384-1161 

Just Down from 
the Royal Theatre 


OPEN WEEKNIGHTS UNTIL 9 P.M. 




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Victoria, B.Cy Thuradoy, Ckrtn. 7, 1947 


Ren <n wne SHggestioas hr your Holiday Eitertiininj: 

SHE THIS PUE FOR VOIR RtUMY CHECH UST 


Fancy Meat Spreads 

★ liver sad Bacon ★ liver and Cheese 

★ Braunschweig er 

★ Pate de Fob ja mm 

★ Tasty sandwich spread Q 

Swift's 8 - 0 *. chub. Your ^ 

Choice, each. ||V 


★ Braonschweiger ★ liver and Bacon 

★ liver Sausage. Borne 8-oa. Chub. 


Your Choice 


or Smoked Meat. 
Bauch Hand. 8 -o*. pkg. 


Brown N Serve. 8-oa. pkg.. wwV 

Ch rtei Livers 49c 

ife; Garlic Sausage CQ „ 

C s ~n~ Ukrainian. Olympic. 12-oa. pkg. OvC 

Cocktail Garlic Sausage 7 - 

Bums. 12-oz. pkg..— ■ wC 

. js# Cocktail Weiners ST**. 75c 

Summer Sausage Q ~, 

Burns, Cocktail. 12-oa. pkg. .5WC 

1} Vancouver 

f fcjf Your neighborhood Safeway carries a full line of these popular Fancy Sausage items for 
vVVfkj holiday entertaining and everyday use. Don’t be without some of these delicious taste 
. Wwll treats for your guests and friends. Choose several kinds. ★ Polish Bings (without garlic) 
\^V\\J ir Westfalian Ham ★ liver Sausage Bings ★ Beef Sausage ★ Fine Braonschweiger 

* Ukrainian (Kolbassa) ★ Truffle Liver Sausage (Strasbourg) ★ Pastrami Beef 

★ Farmer Sausage ★ Swiss Salami ★ Thuringia ★ Appetizers ★ Bratwurst ★ Variety 
. Sausage ★ Bookwurst ★ Smoked Polish ★ Summer Strasbourg Style ★ Ham Sausage 

★Hunter Sausage ★ Calf liver Smoked ★ Berlin Ham ★ Pepperoni. 

Flu Many Other Popular Varieties 

W/i Cranberry Sauce 
Sliced Pineapple 

Enchanted Isle, 14 fl. oe. tin.. 

(ft Mandarin Oranges 

House, 10-w. tin- 

Tartan Shortbreads 

I ford’s, 8-o*. pkg.. r — 

c David’s Wafers i«.« 

_ Langis Hard Sauce I 6 - 0 *. jar 096 

qq_ Plum Pudding S51 t 82c 

Chocolate Biscuits (u. 

W Chili Sauce ...... 38c 

99c Meat Spreads 

Puritan, 9 

Assorted, 8-ox. tin-£ for wOC 


Guaranteed Top Quality Product. Finest flavor 
available. Only la 12-oa. Ico Box Jar. 

Herring Fillets Si? 65c 

Pickled Rollmops £S? 72c 

Rollmops 55? £*6—. w «. 83c 

Herring Tid Bits . 72c 


Bel-air frozen 


Cragmont 


Premium 
Quality. Regu¬ 
lar or Fink. 
Concentrated. 
B-o*. tin_ 


Town 


Lucerne Bonus Quality 


Regular or Law Calorie. 
M-OC. dlspaolble bottlei 


Cragmont 


Mixed Huts 
Salted Cashews 
Party Mixed Huts 
Blanched Peanuts 
Mixed Huts .. 

Dry Roast Peanuts 5gS£ 
Fresh Rye Bread 
Sandwich Bread Sky . 0 

lark. Thin sliced, I 6 - 0 *. loaf.,,. C for 

Vienna Bread 
Brown V Serve Buns Sk , 

lark. Package of 12.. 

Dinner Rolls g25*fi*r u 
Tulip Rolls 


Cocktail Mixes 

Perfect Host. Asst’d 6 V 1 -oz. pkg. 

ICocktail Mixes 

l Party Time. Asst’d. 2 5-ox. bottle. 

Cocktail Mixes 

IGrantham Asst’d. 26-0*. bottle. 

'Sparkling Ginger Wine , 

English. 26-oz. bottle . 

fTom and Gerry Batter 

(Langis. 16-ox. Jsr ... 

Maraschino Cherries Town 

House. Bed and green, 6 -oz. jar... 

Cinnamon Sticks 
Angostura Bitters ^ 


qq Whipping Cream 

396 Bonus Quality, 14 -pint cti 

69c Half and Half \z 
23c Sour Cream ^ 

home-made dips, 10-oa. o 

45c Cottage Cheese 2 
23c Orange Juice 


Stuffed Olives 


Empress 

Loose Pack. 
Manzaniila, 
8-oz. jar. 


Lucerne Party Pride 


b3C Stuffed Olives 1 

Place Pack. Manzaniila, 

89c Clive Oil ^. 

Sweet Onions £ 
c Sour Onions Bick 
Sweet Gherkins 
Polskie Ogorkij 


CHUCK-O-LUCK or 
HOLIDAY FRUIT, 
S-Ptat eta.,. 


Safeway Ontario 

Medium Cheddar Cheese 


Lucerne 


Be Luxe lee Cream 

Assorted, 1-QL si*e... 

IceCream Pies 


So good on crackers or 
serve stuffed in celery. 
Random cuts, lb. 


Lucerne. Straw¬ 
berry, Chocolate or Cherry, Qt. size .. 

Be Luxe Hut Roll Srs? 

Ice Cream Cake Roll STS 


Made from the finest In¬ 
gredients. * Garlic ★ Bleu 
Cheese ★ French Onion 
★ Bacon and Horseradish. 
8 -oz. plastic cartons__ 


— 1 Smoked Oysters 

59c King Oscar Sardines Regular. 

In olive oil, 8*4 _0fc ... 

39c Medium Shrimp SSit 
99c F anC y Crabmeat 
25° Smoked Shrimp 
54c Fancy Lobster jgjjpfc... 
47c Smoked Salmon 


Halley’s Dippers Cbip , 

dips, 9-o*. tri- . 

Corn Chips N . lley ,. b , s 
Jack’s Cheeze Twists 
Cheese Twists ^ ^ 
Christie’s Ritz Biscuits 

I 6 - 0 *. pkg.-... 

Bits and Bites 


ocolates 


10-oe. 
pkg... 


Black 


Almonds, 

Brazils, FHbqfb, 
and Walnuts, lb. 


In All Greater Victoria Stores 

WE RESERVE THE BIGHT TO 
LIMIT QUANTITIES 


lnu-o*. box 


Mandarin 0 

ranges 

Sweet and Juicy, Easy to Peel — 

tar- $1 QQ r dl 

**.— | ■JU i b0 ’ 

■ For the Lunch Box 

3.95 


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BAKERY FEATURE 

FRESH bah*® 

^ ORANGE or 

banana 
QUICK BREA! 


0lor79 

roOZENpius 
>NUT SALE 
the price ot » 


■■ 


BEER SAUSAGE „ „ „ „ 85 


MOUNT DOUGLAS ROOM 

Free Beverage with Each 
Turkey Dinner 

THURSDAY • FRIDAY • SATURDAY 


WJoolvuortK 

Corner of Douglas and View 388-6216 


Delicatessen Special! 


Woolworth's Wonderful World of Toys 


6337 . 22” metal doll pram with springs and Red or Blue enamel finish. Chrome tubular handle and streamlined and Q QQ 
gu»d. Has Silver-White hood with visor and apron. Provides hours of ftn for thst lucky little girl.... T#77 

3496. Doll's case with two sweet miniature dressed dolls in picture window. Carrying case keeps the dolls safe Ar A AQ 
travelling. Lots of room intide for all their clothing and dolly needs. Caa# available in Black or White.. Maww 

93717. Loveable 16” doll ridea in her own durable plastic totar with vinyl harness and tackle. Has nursery print mat- C QQ 
treat and multiple position seat. It's a wonderful gift idea at a low Woolworth'a price............ . w 

T50. Very attractive, well constructed single 12" doll case of Black cr White Patent Plastic. Will h°J d 9” w O QQ 

doll, all her clothing and accessories. Beautifully screened in five colours with snap closure and cany handle. mmm+ 0%0 

A. 

B303. This cuddly doggie would make a lovable friend for some lucky girl and boy. Has Black fluffy ears and cornea C fi fi 
in bright colours of Blue, Orange or Pink..He aita anywhere and looks after all little children and all their toys... t . 

Fiction Books. Boys' and Gida* Claaaica, Fiction and Adventime atodas. _ Some of the beat lovad aieriaa or ail A il Mm 
times. Intriguing exciting booka which even include many of your television fWvMirites...... 

804. You'll lova this laying beagle dog. So soft and cuddly, there ia a place for him In evwy child’s lifts. Hie Wf ^ Q Q 
plastic eyes, cute tufted nose and lolling red tongue make him the pride of the toy department. • W O 

806. This doggie is looking for a friend. Can-you help him? Would make a wonderful gift for some lucky child. So big 15 O O 

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34 ' latla dnlnntft Victoria, B.C., Thursday, December 7, T967 


SAANICH VOTERS 

A Vote for SPELLER 
Is a Vote for Saanich 


New-Heart Baby Dies 


Doctors Search for Answer 


INFLATION FIGHTER! 


He is concerned with 
the rapid increase in 
budget expenditures. 
Saanich must put its 
financial house in or¬ 
der. We must get more 
for our tax dollar. 
High priced commis¬ 
sions and expropria¬ 
tions must give way 
to businesslike proce¬ 
dures. 


LIONEL SPELLER, M.M. 


UmoI has your host inferosfs at heart 

Transportation Phone 384-2410 

VOTE 


NEW YORK <CP)—Doctor* 
began Wednesday night to make 
a minute examination into the 
death of a 2',4-week-old boy who 
died after receiving a new heart 
in a transplant operation. 

A surgical team of 22 doctors, 
nurses and technician* trans¬ 
planted a dead baby's heart into 
the breast of toe baby boy early 


Heart 

Donor 

Cremated 

CAPE TOWN (UPI) — 
The body of Denise Darvall 
was cremated Wednesday, 
while her transplanted heart 
continued to beat strongly in 
toe body id a middle-aged 
diabetic. 

Louis Washkansky, who re¬ 
ceived Miss Dsrvall's heart 
Sunday in history's first 
human heart transplant, Wed¬ 
nesday. joked with the sur¬ 
geon who sewed it in bis 
breast and said. "I am a 
Frankenstein now. I have got 
someone else's heart inside 
me." 


Wednesday, but after 614 hours 
toe heart failed. 

Dr. Adrian Kantrowltz, the 
chief surgeon, announced the 
failure, saying: 

WWW 

“We do not know st tills time 
why this transplanted heart' 
failed." 

On Sunday, South African sur¬ 
geons transplanted the heart of 
a dead woman into the chest of 
Louis Washkansky, 55-year-old 


'wholesale grocer. He was report¬ 
ed improving steadily in Cape 
Town, and might go home in 
three weeks. 

But in Wednesday’s operation 
at Brooklyn's Maimonides Medi¬ 
cal Centre, the baby boy who 
received a tiny heart died at 1 
p.m. EST. Attempts to revive 
him were unsuccessful. 

Asked whether he was plan¬ 
ning to try again. Dr. Kantrowltz 
said: "We oertainly are." 


George Brewster with 

THIS- Used Car Special 

W BUICK LESABKE 2-Door 
Hardtop—A much-wanted car at 
a low price. Immac- IO 4 4 >| 
ulate in every respect _ fa I 


MORRISON 


Newspaper Advertorial 

Stimulate* easiness! 


Doafias St Opposite Mayfair 

Homt Pfione 382-9895 


385-5777 


SPELLER, L. C. X 


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LUXURIOUS PILLOW BACK SOFAS IN 3 SIZES 


HAMMOND'S 


VICTORIA 


NANAIMO 


Hundreds of Other Sale Items 


Battlt fluids !tL victoria, B.C., Thursday, Daeambtr 7, 1967 J J 


Candidate Clouds Issue-Curtis 


a Rfl-Elflct 

Rnvi Bryant 

• Proven 
Leadership 

• Progressive 
Development 

• Professional 
Background 

Give Your Reeve a Mandate 


reeve. “Obviously, this property 


Reeve Hugh Curtis said Wed¬ 
nesday night he “categorically is in the control o t all fot*- mem- 
and flatly rejects'’ claims that bers o< the family.’’ 

Saanich was offered the McRae (An arbitration board last fall 
estate fo^ 58000,000. said, Saanich should pay 51,200,- 

“In attempt to cloud the issue 000 for the property, which the 
at election time, one candidate municipality wants as a park 
for council haa been quite busy and recreation area. Saanich 
making this statement,” the now is negotiating with the 
reeve told a candidates’ meeting McRaes.) 

at Cad boro Bay. — —— ■—-— 

He explained that one member LINK RESUMED 
of the McRae family early in MOSCOW (Reuters) — Russia 
1966 wrote a letter to an official ^ The Cor«o (Kinshasa) have 
o t the municipality saying the agr eed to resume diplomatic re- 
property "would be offeree for lations which were severed in 
5800,000.” 1963. Ties were broken when 


WEDGEWOOD 
Chocolates."., 
turn any gathering 
into a party. 


Ths finest in ths land 
from 


Qanong’s 


Transportation—D m. 9— 


naturally I 


(Inacrted by Um Bryut Campaign Can mitt**) 


Hand Created Pilltu Seek 


All Made In Oup 
.Custom Shop 

Exactly an 
Illustrated 


CHRISTMAS 


Graceful—revenihla back --L.1HB 
aad seat cushions—fabriefifc^^^^ 
faced bases. Tbese andVS^B^^^ 
many more features t£9 *■. 

make these sofas notl^B~'^4 
only the luxury you've ■ 

wanted, but also the most 
a u P e r b designing and 
craftsmanship available any- ^ 
where in loose cushion sofas. 
Choose from a wide assortment of 
gorgeous imported fabrics. Choosa 
colors that harmonize. 


• SOFT OVERSTUFFED COMFORT 

• DACRON WRAPPED BACK CUSHIONS^ 
' * GENUINE AIRFOAM SEAT CUSHIONS 

4-CUSHION 94” SOFA 

Made for that large living 
Seats four people in comfort, 

Worth at least 439.50. QQ| 

Christmas Sale, each hv< 


3-CUSHION 80” SOFA ^ 

Made for the average living room. 
Ample seating for three or four. 
Worth at least 379.50. RPQ.Sd 
Christmas Sale, each COO 


2-CUSHION 54” L0VESEAT 

Buy them in pairs. They are ex¬ 
quisite. 

Worth at least 259.50. * A A. SO 1 
Christmas Sale, each I OO 


MATCHING CHAIR 

Perfect match—add one for extra 
seating. 

Worth at least 199.50. 4 A A. 80 
Christmas Sale, each I OO 


an aCC 'Hazdusood Suite at HZeaC Sate Pzices! 

HT HE "MT*" JM exactly as illustrated BHHMMU 


^ KING SIZE 
& QUEEN SIZE 
BEDS AVAILABLE 


Each of these three sale priced suites is completely different 
in stylo and design. Buy a suite that compliments any of to¬ 
day's trends. Buy at a price you can afford and get terrific 
value for your furniture dollar. Only Hammonds can offer such 
quality at such a reasonable sale price that saves you many 
many dollars. Shop and compare. 


OPEN STOCK! 

72" TRIPLE DRESSER 

WORTH AT LEAST 179JO | 

CHRISTMAS SALE_■ 

4-DRAWER CHEST 

WORTH AT LEAST 99J0 

CHRISTMAS SALE_ 

PANEL BEDS 

WORTH AT LEAST 69JO 

CHRISTMAS SALE- 


2-DRAWER 

Night Tables 


^ OPEN STOCK! ^ 

Oh thti JHalian Stifled £uite 

LARGE 5-DRAWER CHEST 

WORTH AT LEAST 129J0 

CHRISTMAS QQ.8 

SALE_ ... « 


72" TRIPLE DRESSER 

WORTH AT LEAST 2I9J0 

CHRISTMAS 1 ft A <90 
SALE_ I™ « 


PANEL BEDS 

WORTH AT LEAST 79J0 

CHRISTMAS fifi.60 
SALE_ TO ea. 


CHRISTMAS Give Her the Finest 

rm PMfrigidaire 


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CHOOSE FROM 14 MODELS 

MOBILES—BUILT-INS—TOP LOADING—FRONT LOADING, ETC. 

5-YR. PROTECTION PLAN —NO EXTRA CHARGE 

• Extra Large Load Capacity. • Gives You the Most Sanitary Dishes. 

• Extra Powerful Washing Action. • Multiple Washing Cycles Available. 

• Choose a Mobile Now—Build-in-Later • Choice of Tops and Colors. 

I P pSlI-? £]l7 CHRISTMAS 1 SALE 

3 11 HUiBifei Priced From 


EXACTLY AS 
ILLUSTRATED 


Inexpensive but well built with heat resistant 
top. These roomy desks are suitable for Tele¬ 
phone stands — Children's Rooms — Office or 
living room. Finished in rich walnut to match 
most furnishings. Only a limited quantity 
available. Makes an excellent Christmas gift 
Generously sized top measures 18”x4I”. 


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u BatllfrabwlaC Victoria, DC, Thursday, Decsmbar 7, 1967 



Canadian 

Ouirklwq 

(luKjuiniy 


Vacancies in Saanich, Victoria 


Ten candidates art seeking 
•res seats on the Greater Vic¬ 
toria School Board In Saturday's 
municipal election. 

In 9sudch K’a a six-way con¬ 
tort tor flie spot being vacated 
by long-Mmo trustee Frances 
Thompson. 


Doaglaa Brews, 3895 Seal ton, William Hlhtiert, 1825 San 
Is Oak Bay's purchasing agent. Pedro, is employed In the print- 
He tried tor the Saanich ooundl Ing department of the British 
to 1**®- American Paint Company. 

Mr. Brown wants standard- A native of Greater Victoria, 
ized school construction to lower he also favors standardized 
coats, and thinks trustees should school construction and mors 
be ''directly responsible for set- community use of the schools, 
ting the education mill rate." Mr. Hibbert says he will work 
^ ^ for cloeer cooperation with 

• municipal councils. 

5 Richard Reeve, 4105 Torquay, 

; 1* an insurance salesman who 

* erv * {1 00 to* school board from 

SHF iBj 1949 to 1963 ■ 

g mmW w| > He says he is not a tradltlon- 

§rj| that, but doesn't favor throwing 
out everything that is traditional 
*' ‘ "* 1 ». *" ^B In public education. He approves 

of property taxation tor raising 
| v W ' sohool dollars. 

ACHVTC Df PTA 
Mrs. Learie Reetell, 3208 
Belleview, is the only woman 
running tor school board in 
Saanich. She has been involved 
In PTA work for 15 years, being 
a paat president of the Greater 
Victoria Parent-Teachers Coun¬ 
cil and a member of the provin¬ 
cial executive. 

She would work towards 
changing the existing taxation 
system. 

INFORMED PUBLIC 
Keansdy Smyth, 3601 Shirting 
Place, it a professional eng i ne e r 
sbo has two children in school. 

He is especaaly ooncerened 
with keeping the public informed 
on school board matters, and 
getting the most out of schools, 
including summer use. 
EXPERIENCE 
Sixth Saanich candidate Is 
Ceell Wyatt, Victoria’s city 
manager from 1960 1o 1963. Mr. 
Wyatt lives at 3461 Mayfair. 

He aald Ihia week tttat he la 
offering himself because ha feels 
Ms Gty HaH experience would 
be of value to the school board. 

two incumbents 


-srdaMrnor&wHrtioLis 


^ SQUIRREL 
PEANUT BUTTER AND 
JAM IN ONE JAR 


Restall 


Temple 


PEANUT BUTTER 

tog. A JAM 


TRY SOME 
TODAY 


Smyth 


Hibbert 


Porteous 


Saturday It Municipal 
Election Day In Victoria City 


Richard 


Brereton 


In Victoria, 
are seeking re-election in com¬ 
petition wttti too newcomers. 

ON EXECUTIVE 

Jobe Porteoea, peat chairman 
of the board, Hves at 1311 Frank¬ 
lin Terrace. He was first elect¬ 
ed In 1961, and now represents 
Ihe Island on the B.C. School 
Trustees’ Association provincial 
executive. 

His prime concerns are Ihe 
Institute of Adult Studies, liaison 
wilh ihe University of Victoria, 
and improvin g the district’s ad¬ 
ministration. 

ctnoncffUTM 

Dr. Victor Rogers, 1777 Holly¬ 
wood Orescent, was elected two 

years ago. 

His special Interest la school 
currieukm, and he says he In¬ 
tends to involve himself in adult 
education and the use of educa¬ 
tional television. 

FIR8T BID 

Lloyd Breretoa, 1337 Fairfield 
Road, is making his first bid for 
election as a trustee. He re¬ 
tired recently after ^xndtag 
years associated with school 
leaving exams end Cambridge 
University. 

He favors a greater role tor 

teachers in decision-making. 
DIAGNOSIS 

Mm. Dap has Temple, 1243! 
Richardson, is a housewife 
making her second bid for the 
school board. Mrs. Temple has 
been active in assisting the In¬ 
stitute of Adult Studies. 

She wants earlier and better 
diagnosis of children with prob¬ 
lems by use of payrtniogfats 
I and counseBora In Hie elemen¬ 
tary grades. 

There is no school trustee 
election In Oak Bay or Eaqul- 
malt this year. 


Remember 

POLLING 


PLACES 


OLD ABE PENSIONER'S NO. 1 

Formerly Victoria Ballroom, 1600 Government St 
Downtown 


The cascading crescendo of Christmas 
bells. The fragile tinkle of Christmas tree 
ornaments. The ringing hum of crystal 
in a Christmas toast. No season 1e 
so filled with tradition. No wine Is more 
appropriate, or in better taste. 

Casabello - the Christmas wine* 


GOODWILL ENTERPRISES FOR THE 
HANDICAPPED 

220 Bay St. 


JAMES BAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 

Simcoe Street at Oswego Street 


The more for your 
money car is here! 

It’s the new 


CHMSTHAS WIMIS 
Crackling lutgundy 
Crackling WMu 
Crackling Roil 
Rink Bautarn* 
Vina Bianco 
Still Rot# 
Vino Rons 
tiinnof Rod 

Nulling 

May Win* 
Angelica 
Burgundy 

aaofry 

Port 


SIR JAMES DOUGLAS ELEMENTARY 
SCHOOL AUDITORIUM 

Thuriow Street 


0AKLANDS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 

2577 Belmont Ave. 


Toronto Closes 
Five Pools 

TORONTO (CP) - Five 
public swimming pools "have 
been cloned in Toronto following 
Inspection of electrical wiring. 
The inspections followed the 
Nov. 16 electrocution death of 
Bruce Leaghton, 15, in the Hum¬ 
berside Collegia ta pool. 


Saturday , Dec . 9th It The Day . . . 

BE A GOOD CITIZEN! 


1101 Yates at Cook 


386-6168 


TMn odvaitlMMggl la not pufaltihad W di.ptayad by lha Liquor Conliol Board or by Ih# Gowmawnt at BrBIth Columbia 


Growing With Victoria 


ISSUE 


SAANICH 


SEWAGE 


e LAND DISPOSAL VERSUS SEA DISPOSAL e 

WHAT DOES REEVE CURTIS SAY? WHAT DO THE DOCTORS SAY? WHAT DOES 

GORDON CAMPBELL SAY? 

It is abundantly clear that it is not at all 
necessary to dispose of sewage in the sea. 
The alternative is any one of several land 
disposal methods. The voters can stop 
sea disposal (WITH ITS UNKNOWN 
COSTS) if they get out and express them- 
selves on Dec. 9. IT MAY BE THEIR 
LAST CHANCE! 


WHAT DOES NHA SAY? 

If • proper sewage disposal system with treat¬ 
ment plant is provided and has the approval of 
Um health authorities we would be only too 
pleased to provide lending under the National 

Housing Act 


WHAT DID MR. MARINO SAY? 

"You should at least look into the land disposal 
method before you proceed with your sewer 
project. 


CAMPBELL, Gordon H 


Tke aalipollulioa candidate in Saanich, the man with the training, exponent and DETERMINATION to slop disposal 
el sewage la the sea and to manage our Municipal Affairs on a FULL TIME BASIS. 


Gordon H. Campbell 


(Inaertod fay Ui« Campbell tor Rnvi Commute*) 


Brown 

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Housing Parle 


Bennett 

Absent 


OTTAWA (CP) - In a major I 
break with tradition, all ses¬ 
sions of next week'* lederaJ- 
pmvinctal uo rt terenme on hous¬ 
ing will be opened to the press. 

Informants said Wednesday 


ing the tame seaskxi but this 
was “a special occasion" be-1 
cause of the second budget. 

TOP BRACKETS 
Hie Mental th amendment will 


WMlowdoJe, Ont., shows made 
and female grey jay on white 
tpruoa bough.—(CP) 


OUT OF ORDER seaaion, and therefore ft was in 

liberals, referring to the rule or ^ er - 
that the same amandmant can’t Thors waa a surprioa d mutter 
be moved twioe in the same sea- as B a 11 a a added that if the 
•km, argued that the motion pertinent rules were applied 


television cameras should be 
admitted to till sessions. 

PRESSURE 

Federal-provincial m eeti n gs 


had been to make Monday’s ses¬ 
sions of the housing conference 
open, closing the doors Tuesday 
and Wednesday. 

CAMPBELL GOING 

Officials said all premiers ex¬ 
cept premier W. A. C. Bennett 
of British Columbia wll attend. 

Mr. D ennett, who alao missed 
the pre mi er ! ' confe ren ce to To¬ 
ronto, will be represented here 
by Muntofast Affairs Minister 
Das Campbell. 


• Oak Bay Kiwojifa club. 
Oak Bay Beach Hotel, C:15 p.m. 

• Y'a Men's dub. YMCA, 
6:50 p.m. 

• Evening Optimist Club, 
Ingraham Hotel, 6:30 p.m. 


Bridge Results 

naans a ** weekly pin M thf 
“to Itoplliala an If fit* wnn 1 
nran Small and Rna Smith. Z Join 
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This smooth dark rum 
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FRIENDLY LOW DOST MARKETS ARE LOCATED IN EVERY DISTRICT 


ON SOUTHERN VANCOUVER ISLAND 


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mat mint Miiwer rearaon 
was impressed by the success of 
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ence in Toronto. 

Mr. Pearson wired all pre¬ 
miers suggesting that unless the 
meeting decides otherwise next 


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Second Attack on Budget 
Passes Historic Test 


MgVff < F- l ***taL Vlctorlo, B.C,, Thursdoy, December 7, 19g7 


OTTAWA (CP) — A possibly | 
historic Commons ruling by 
Deputy Speaker Herman M 
Batten and a aavage attack on 
Finance Minister Sharp's tax In¬ 
crease! opened a six-day budget 
debate Wednesday. 

The legality of the mini-budg¬ 
et itself was called to question 
at a result of Liberal'arguments 
against a Conservative motion 
of non-confidence, a shaken 
Commons was told by Batten. 

The amendment to the budget 
resolution moved by J. Waldo 
Marrteilh (PC—Perth) accused 
the government of economic 
mismanagement and inflation¬ 
ary tax increases to meet “gov¬ 
ernment extrava ranee.” 


Gerald Baldwin (PC—Peace ] 
River) said the men who wrote 
the parliamentary rulebooka; 
hadn't foresee n a situation in 
which there would be two budg¬ 
ets to the same section. 

Stanley Knowles (NDP—Win¬ 
nipeg North Centre), soother 
paooedursl apart, supported 
this argument. He said the rules 
contemplated one budget a year 
and Batten would have to 
“pioneer a bk” to making a de¬ 
cision. 

TORIES RIGHT 

Batten ruled the Conser¬ 
vative amendment is based on 
tax increases that couldn’t have 


“It the House has allowed the, 
budget, then I think that the 
House must allow this amend-, 
ment.” 

Batten, who is replacing 
Speaker Luclen Lamoureux, to 
hospital for minor surgery this 
week, added: 

BUDGETARY DEBATE 

“1 ought to point out too that 
It the amendment Is out of 
order, since the amendment 
deals mainly with a tax in¬ 
crease, I should have some dif¬ 
ficulty in ruling any budgetary 
debate to be to order.” 

He had never known the Com¬ 
mons to allow discussion of the 
same topic more than once dur- 


putting the burden of its tax In¬ 
creases “on the ordinary citi¬ 
zen," giving favored treatment 
to those to top income brackets, 
and falling to raise extra reve¬ 
nue by cancelling tax conces¬ 
sions to mining, petroleum and 
insurance companies. 

Batten said he will rule 
upon the Lewis amendment 
today. If accepted, a vote will 
be scheduled for 8:15 p.m. 

Defeat on a non-confidence 
vote would force the govern- 
met to resign. 

Lewis said Sharp had taken 
"a teaaherish, sadistic attitude 
towards the taxpayer.” 


usually are closed, although ifACvililJto waa out at aria since the with full farce, "I should have ®e voted upon Monday nip*, 

there has been growing pres- THURSDAY amendment was substantially some doubt about fas p res en t s David Lewis (NDP —Yo r k 

sure on governments to bring % St Bearer Kiwaris Club the ® am# M one moved and de- tkxi of fac budget being to South) moved a aubomendmeot 

these-discussions into the open. Strathccna Hotel, 7:30 a.m. feated last month. _ order. charging the govenanaaft with 

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HARMONY, N.C. (UPI) — 
The local American Legion 
post, in a concession of sorts 
to Humane Society officials 
and an ‘impartial panel of 
"judges," has outlawed the 
use of stones in its famous 
sraual “bunny bop." 

In this year’s Dec. 16 bunny 
tap, the Legionnaires an¬ 
nounced, onfy clubs may be 
used to olout the rabbits. 


The anmml affair has be¬ 
come such a moral issue that 
It drew the field director of 
the national Humane Society 
and noted New York author- 
lecturer Cleveland Am ary to 
this little town Tuesday right. 

Ttae Legion post had decided 
to let an unofficial panel of 
judges decide whether ho con¬ 
tinue the tamy bop. in which 
hunters club fleeing rabbits to 


death with sticks and stones 
and serve them up at a charity 
barbecue. 

The event started 20 years 
ago and for at least the last 
10 years, the Legion has had 
a nming battle with the 
Humane Society. Hie Legion 
won a court test in I960, but 
the controversy continued. 

Amory, a director of the na¬ 
tional Humane Society, argued 
that the harmony bunny bop 
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in this country. You are 
creating in this small com¬ 
munity a world-wide Impres¬ 
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banked curve supports allow top speed for thrilling racing. Why not OQ Q 7 

get one.............t Wiv I 

Strom becker—Strombecker's largest set with 22 pieces of track, 2 can and all accessories for 
Hie moat avid racer. Open stock allows you to extend this set. Start your boy on A "7 A A 

this exciting aet for Christmas .....O f iOO 

Tyro—Sea our HO trains In action in our model display, A wonderful gift for file young boys to 
receive from Santa. Start him on a aet at Christmas, 99 Q 7 


Complete kits from 


The Slap-happiest game ever 
by “Ideal’'. Featuring the 
colourful exciting slam-o-matic 
for kids of all ages. Deck of 
cards included. For three or 
four players. A great value 
at only 


A guaranteed “Mattel” action doll. Move Cheerful’s 
arm and she smiles, move the arm in the opposite 
direction and she pouts and cries “wooa”. A won¬ 
derful gift for the little girl in the family —-- 


Milton Bradley’s Bird Brain Game 

A cagey card game for ages eight to adult Two to 
four players. Object be the first to play all your 
number cards—average playtime is thirty minutes. 
A terrific gift for the entire family. Shop now and save. 


A guaranteed “Mattel” action doll. I really 
chew—my mouth moves. I really purse my 
cheeks, move my eyes and look all around. 
A great gift from Santa to give any little 
girl ---- 


• MATTIL, INC 


The wonderful new balloop busting game from “Ideal”. 
Two to six players will have hours'and hours of fun. 
Who will be the first to bust the balloon? Fun for all 
the children in the family__ 


She'S wafk right into 
your heart ~~ ^ 

Matters new 


“Jumbo” Teff Boy Truck 

Motorized, battery operated. Uses 4 standard 
flashlight batteries. Set up your Tuff Boy 
six ways. Tractor with vinyl tarp. Tractor 
with crane, stakefence, winch, flatbed. For¬ 
ward and reverse steering____ 


Cuddly Walking Doll OTAtA 

Walks all by herself on any ^7 
level surface — even rugs and carpets. 

Not just a few steps, but dear across the room! 

Her battery-p o wer ed motion ii controlled by a switch 

on her bade — ibate off aakawftcaftf 
wham yoa lay bar daw. H* tet. - 




The exciting game of 
mystery that glows in 
the dark — fun for the 
whole family. Now on 
sale at this low, low 
price. 


Personal Shopping Only, Please! 
Shop Early WhDe QtuatUka Laatl 


Store hours: Monday to Friday 10 am, to 10 pjm. 
Saturday, 9 am. to 10 pan. 


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TOWN & COUNTRY SHOPPING PLAZA 

DOUGLAS ST, & SAANICH 


In this season of 
glitter and glow a 
gift of fragrance is 
>always welcomed 


GIFTS BY FABERGE 


R. Faber*# Balk Set—Avail¬ 
able in Tigress, Aphrodesia, 
Woodhue and Flambeau. Con¬ 
tains one ounce cologne and 
five ounces C OK 

bath powder_..."■»** 


I. Faberga Cologne Twaataia 

—Two half-ounce colognes in 
a plastic case; assorted frag¬ 
rances of Woodhue, 
and Aphrodesia. O 


K. Faberga Brut After Shave 
—A great stodting-fillu, %- 
ounce Brut "Snifter" ' 91 
in a small gift boa ...... I 


GIFTS BY YARDLEY 


B. English Lavender De Luxe Set—Con- C. Lota* Cologne—Feminine cologne In a 
tains two cakes of bath-size soap and classic bottle, smartly packaged ftp 

15-ounce Yardley bath salts, beautifully for gift-giving. Two ounces.. ■■ 

packaged; also in Red Roses A OtZ 

and Lotus...F. Black Label After Shave—This man- 

pie aser comes in a smart, black package. 
Bottle contains 4 Cfl 

E. English Lavender Bath Salta—15-ounce 4*4 fluid ounces.I 

size -jar will give her delight on Christ¬ 
mas morning. O Ole 

Smartly packaged .......- 


A. Eugllah Lavender Gift Set—Contains 
famous Yardley gift soap and cologne in 
transparent package; also in 4 QC 
Red Roses and Lotus fragrances ■ »w w 


D. Bed Ro*e» Soap—Three medium-size 
cakes of soap in a neat, 4 QC 

gift-giving package.■ 


Yardley’s Hand Lotion a>4 Soap Set- 

Give her this lovely set for Xmas rrd 
she'll love you for giving her IB 
tlie loveliest hands around.. t 


GIFTS BY COTY 


G. Black Label Gift Set—Contains two 
ounces cologne, and bath-sine soap, in a 
transparent package for 4 QC 

easy gift-giving .... ■ 


L. Fonr-plece Gift Set — Contains one ounce 
cologne and three double bath cubes 4 

in the L’Almant fragrance.■ 

M. Two-piece Gift Set—Contains bath-size soap 

and 1.2-ounce Parfum De Toilette; available 
in both L'Aimant O Cfl 

and Emerauds...tiwv 


N. Coty Cologae Beautiful bottle contains two 

ounces splash cologne; available in 4 70 
L’Almant and Emeraude ... I ■ f an 

O. Coty Bath Seta—Contains bath oil, talc and 

Cologne; a lovely gift item specially priced 
for Christmas. L'Aimant or Emeraude Q B7 
fragrances to choose from ...w.fc f 


Yardley Red Roses Set—With Cologne 
and Talc. A lovely gift foe a personal 
friend or a close A QC 

relative ... 


Yardley'a Toilet Soaps—A nice Christ¬ 
mas gift set for any friend or rclrf'** 

who is hard to buy . 1.95 

Yarley’s Newest Crase—The latest craze 
for the mini set. This very popular 
cologne for the younger set 
Oh de London Cologne Mist ....... w 


Yardley’a Dusting Powder*—Lavender, 
Red R 06 e$, Lotus, April Shower. Lovely 
fragrances, a nice %A 

Xmas Gift . H 


Yardley’* Soaps—3 cakes of Yardley's 
Toilet Size Soaps with 12 decorator Guest 
Towels. For you or as a 1 QQ 


^ GIFTS IT CHANEL 

T. Channel No. 5 Perfume—The most O C 

treasured name in perfume, for the purse ... OvW 

U. Chanel Gift Seta- 

Spray for the purse Extrait, two drams 


V. Creme De Chaattlly—A special Christmas offer 
—a gift she will love— 4 PA 

four-ounce, creamy skin perfume.WiwU 

W. Chantilly Gift Set Dustlag Powder^Creme 

de Chantilly and Eau de Toilette.S.7S 

X. Spray MM Kan de Toilette 2'4-ounce . 4.21 
Ugnid Skin Sachet Parser—Half-ounce ....,2.7ft 


S. Jargons Beauty Bar 8oap 

—Three cakes in a cello 
pack; a lovely 4 7Q 
personal gift.I ■ I P 


Q. Dana Cologne Duet — Smartly- R. Lent! 
packaged colognes, one Tabu nnd tains tw 
one Ambush fragrance. Q CO ounce ta 

Both in one-ounce size_wivAl gilt-boxe 

'Not Illustrated) 

Contains two-ounce cologne, 314-ounce talcum, 
inside a smart drawstring bag. 


Purser 
and Cologne 


Purser and Bath Powder and 
Spray Cologne Spray Cologne 


Neatly packed In 
yinol travel ease 
with after-bath dust¬ 
ing powder and body 
lotion- a nice Xmas 
remembrance. 


JADE EAST GIFTS FOB HIM 

OC. Jade East After Shave—Smart bamboo pi 
age design containing three-ounce battle Q g 
of xyfreshing Jade East after shave — 

DD. Jade East Bamboo Travel Set — Cola 
three-ounce, and after shave, three-ounoe, "t ( 
| in plastic containers, gift-boxed ......... I as 


E. Old Spice After Shave Lot kin—For that brisk, 
refreshing, cooling, after-he-has-ehaved feeling. 
A lovely extra for him. 4 i 7 

* 75-ounce size........... I e“ * 


Y. On The Wind — A lovely gift set with 
cologne. Perfume and bath oil, nicely 
packaged for 4 


Christmas gifting 


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HOSIERY and NYLONS 


HOUSEWARES 


TOYS 


CHILDREN S WEAR 


CHRISTMAS NEEDS 


CANDIES and COOKIES 


TOYS 


GIFT IDEAS 


TOWN & COUNTRY SHOPPING PLAZA 

DOUGLAS ST. & SAANICH 


Shop Now! 

Storewide 

Specials! 

Shop in person 
, and save! , 


Ladies 1 Gift Boxed Nylons 

Seamless mesh—guaranteed first quality—in 
tender beige or spark-o-aplct. Q pair AC 
Sixes 9 to 11.. fc boxed 

FWinet Stocking 

Seamless nylons—guaranteed first quality—In 
assorted colours to choose from. (JC 

Sizes 9 to 11. Pair . 

Ladies 1 and Junior Handbags 

Styled for the new look—they are large and 
roomy—ideal stocking gift. Q QC 

Only . 

Ladies 1 and Toon’s Wool Hats 

Sock style and many, many mare. Shop now 
and sava at these bargain ft C7 

prices! . 0-0 I 

Ladles’ Gift Boxed Nylons 

Seamless mesh — guaranteed first quality—In 
tender beige and sparkle- A 4 QQ 
o-splce. Sizes 9 to 11. .. ® pair ■ 

Ladies’ Stoles 

Made In Italy—four styles to choose from— 
choice of fabric, either pure wool ft Oft 
or rayon and nylon—54x24.- 

Ladies' Xmas Corsages 

Attractively designed for the Christmas season 
—in Christmas colours. Always at- A A 
tractive looking on any garment To "O * 

Evening Purses 

A large variety of styles to fit in every occasion 
—a large selection of stylish purses I 4 Aft 
to choose from—In black and white. I ■ «OV 

Boys’ Cushion Foot Socks 

Sport and health socks—no-sag—snug tops- 
leg elasticized—In black, white and C4 
blue. Sizes 8 to 10V4. Pair. 

Men’s Wool Socks 

Attractively designed—large variety of oolours 
to choose from—included is a gift Aft 
box. Sizes 10 to 13. Pair. 

Men’s “Happy Foot” Dross Hose 

Absorbent wool and nylon—super soft—shrink 
resistant—seven colours. Size# <1 AC 
10 to lift. Pair. ■ •C** 

Mon’S Dress Socks 

Banlon—fine soft and quick drying—elastic and 
absorbent—assarted colours. Sizes 09 
10 to 12. Pair. 


Ladles’ Peignoir Sots 

Round neckline with scalloped figured lace— 
all-nxmd nykn overlay coat has figured 
lace collar with tie closing. 4 A AC 
Sizes S.M.L. IDiCtf 

Ladies’ A mol Peignoir Sots 

2 styles—centre or side closing on coat—elastic 
or frill edge on sleeves—nylon 4 4 Oft 

overlay. Sizes S.M.L. I 1 «OU 

Ladies’ Nightgowns and 
Baby DoNs 

Nylon overlay—round neckline has 3 shades of 
nylon braid—2 10" panels fall from A Q9 
neckline. Sizes S.M.L. .aa.aae 

Ladles’ Acetate Tricot Briefs 

2 polka dot embroidered overlay panels over 
each leg—lace and elastic leg. ftQ 

Sizes S.M.L. »00 

Ladles’ A mol Slips 

Front shadow panel—figured lace at top and 
hemline—adjustable straps. 9 07 

Sizes 32 to 38.-.fc-O ■ 

Ladles’ Amel Half Slip and 
Panty Sets 

Gift boxed with see through top—2 styles in 
lace or embroidery trim. A QA 

Sizes S.M.L. 

Ladies’ Quilt Dusters 

Many styles to choose from in plain or floral 
designs—elbow length sleeves with or without 

size* 1 " S.M.L. .10.63 and 12.63 
Ladles' Full Length Hightgowns 

Peter Pan collar—long-sleeve with elastic frill 
cuff—assorted floral designs. A ftft 

Sizes 40 to 44.C.UO 

Ladles’ Nightgowns end 
Baby Dolls 

Terylene and cotton—shoe string straps—two 
layers of embroidery frill at top and 7 AC 
bottom. Sizes S.M.L.I .99 

Ladles’ Wool Dastare 

Elbow length sleeves With Peter Pan collar, 
2 front pockets, button down front and aatin 
trim. Sizes 38 to 44 in 4 A ft® 

Blue, Green and Red ... ■ 

Ladies’ Acrilan Cardigans 

Long sleeves — jewel neck — all-over novelty 
stitch—small coloured tone buttons, ft QC 
Sizes S.M.L. .O.Os# 

Ladies’ Tailored Shirts 

2 styles to choose from—long-sleeve—lace cuffs 
—mandarin and Peter Pan collars 8 fi7 
with lace trim. Sizes 10 to 20."t.li I 

Ladles’ 100% Acrylic Cardigans 

Crew neck—pearl buttons—saddle shoulders— 
classic style. Sizes S.M.L. ft CA 

White only.O.UU 

Ladies’ Cotton Slims 

A magicare stretch fabric—full waistband, side 
zipper—detachable stirrup. A QC 

Sizes 12 to 20.C.OO 

Newest Teens’ Blouse Fashion 

Charlie Boy 1—jewel neck—puff sleeves—back 
neck zipper—34" long floral and A ft 7 
paisley prints. Sizes 10 to 16...C.O ■ 

Ladies’ 2-pce. Slack Suits 

Double breasted jacket—stitching trim on col¬ 
lar—3 pockets—stovepipe slim—hipster style- 
side zipper. 90 ft"* 

Sizes 10 to 18.I 

Women’s Slims 

Grand slam, machine washable—action stretch 
slim—regular waistband—detachable ft QQ 
stirrups. Sizes 38 to 44. .......-W.ww 


Pro Dram Set by “Chain” 

Set Includes 21" bass drum, with a picture of jfl 
rock and roll group—9" snare, 6 ” 4 4 ftft a 

tom-tom, percussion block, etc. • • .Oil » 

Plush Toys » 

These plush toys take form as snakes, bright » 
colours ideal for teen-agers' bedroom A ftft « 
or car-64" long. . fc.OU 8 

Plush Dogs 

Soft fluffy plush dogs with a comb to groom £ 
him—multi-colours to choose from— A ftft B 
stand 10 " tall. v-OO » 

Doll Strollers by “Thistle” § 

Plastic seat and head cover available In print u 
with blue, green or tan and red. A ftft w 
Folds away for easy storage. WiOO I 

Tuff Bey by “Romeo” 

Battery operated —6 toys in one—forward, re- S 
verse steering tractor with crane—sturdy plas- B 
tic, made to stand up to the 4 A Q7 


3- Pce. Tea Sets 

Gift boxed set of teapot, cream and sugar — 
choose handsome Lustre/gold A Aft 

or Lustre/floral. .0.30 

“Rubbermaid” Spin-a-Bfn 

For see-in storage of dry foods—5 clear plastic 
containers on turntable, in assorted ft Oft 
colours. .... 

“Libby” Hostess Sets 

8-pce. tumbler sets—choice of 2 sizes ft ftft 
—9-ounce or 15-ounce—boxed set......V«OU 

“Corning” 9-Cup Percolator 

Durable 9-cup percolator—boxed for gift giving 
—useful gift for the festive 4 A QC 

season... ■ 

“Teflon” Pan Sets 

4- pce. aluminum Teflon set—1, 2, 3-qt. sauce¬ 
pan, coppertone and turquoise AQ ftft 

coven plus 10" frypan.Cw.OO 

Bread Boxes 

Easy to keep clean plastic—large and C A4 
roomy—white, tan or turquoise.5#. I I 

Mixing Bowl Sets 

Set of 3 bowls—durable plastic—white only- 
handy item for around the household with 

the festive season ahead. .1.49 

24-Pce. Stainless Tableware 

Canadian craftsmen — lovely slimline pattern 
—boxed and ideal for gift 7 11 

| giving.I s I I 

og I Set of 6 Steak Knivts 

* Micro edge—stays sharp—wooden i ftft 

£ handles—a lovely gift.. 

96 | 20-Pce. Starter Set of 
S Dlnnerware 

m Ideal breakfast set—white with pink 4 4 A 

* or blue checks-"Calico”-A.HC 

26 M *’ ze wit* 1 clear cover—ideal for baking, 

| Corning Ware Saucepan 

EC - freezing and serving—always a E CA 

yD 3 moat welcome gift . 9.9 V 

| Chip n’ Dip Sets 

made § 3 lovely pieces in avocado green—use as set 

4 0 Sj or individual pieces — gift box, 4.86 

Made | Canister Sols 

Qft 5 4-pce. set makes a lovely gift—walnut finish 
g with copper lids—bread box and ft ftft 
^ step-on can available, too..... 

2 The Valet Tie Rack 

an 2 Something new in a tie rack—keeps tics neat 

.ah B and easy to select — holds over 4 QQ 

2 50 ties... 


52x70 Tablecloth and Napkins 

Lovely Christmas present-ton, gold, A Q7 
aqua, white tablecloths._I I 

36x36 Bridgs Cloth Set 

Bridge cloth'with 4 napkins—solid colours or 
checked—boxed and ready for gift A AQ 
giving. _______3.C3 

Blended Blankets 

Just in time for Xmas giving—acetate satin 
binding—soft and luxurious— 1 72x84— M A4 
pink, white, maize and blue. .. 

Towel Sets 

Luxury quality— 6 -pce. towel set with 2 bath 
towels, 2 guest towels, 2 face cloths— 7 ft A 
lovely set in soft pastel shades,....■ «0 I 

76x103 Bedspreads 

Cotton chenille—washable—lovely soft, fluffy 
in pastel shades—makes a lovely g gg 

Kitchen Step Steels 

Chrome stool and two steps — durable vinyl 
padded chair and back—bandy to 4 A QQ 
have around the borne. .. I ViOO 

Do Luxe “Johnny Pole” 

Must for the bathroom—I" chrome poles with 
2 enamelled shelves and a full size medicine 
cabinet with sliding 97 qq 


punishment 


Clothes Hampers 

Sturdy hampers with wrap-around metal body 
and padded hinged top covered with Q Qft 
durable, washable vinyl. .. 0 »w 0 

Pole Lamps 

3 bullet type shades—Individual 1 9 QQ 

switches—lovely gift for the home. I fc «00 

Colonial Lamp 

Small decorative colonial lamps—walnut base 
with amber glass stem—lovely 4 QA 

colonial shade in tone of brown.AiO I 

Boudoir Lamp 

Heavy glass square base with silver stem- 
adorned with six glass piers—lovely ballerina 
shade with soft pink ft ftft 

flower*.D.OD 

Tabla Lamps 

Lovely table lamps to add beauty to your 
living room—deep white silk shades on white 
ceramlc/gold trim 4 C 4 Q 

base. 1 sB.AO 

Tabla Lamps 

Adorn your end table with a new lamp—white 
deep shades on tall walnut wood in qq 


Girts' Amal Slips 

Adjustable shoulder straps—fancy lace with 
frill trim at top—frill at bottom with 4 ftft 
aatin bow. Sizes 7 to 14..■ 

Girls’ Callasaude Briefs 

Insert elastic waist—lace and elastic leg with 
nylon embroidery trim—assorted p ftft 

colours. Sizes 8 to 14. ..fcpalr"®*# 

Girls' Orion Knit Dresses 

Many styles in solid colours and stripes—fancy 
and plain knits—long and short C ftA 
sleeves. Sizes 4 to 6 . .Wallil 

Girls’ 2-pce. Pant Suits 

Two-button single-breasted jacket—half boxer 
waist with 2 " belt on slims—paisley patterns 
and floral designs. Q QQ 

Sizes 4 to 6 ..0.03 

or 2 for $7 

Children’s Pullover Sweaters 

Scandinavian style with mock turtle neck- 
long sleeves—100% Acrylic—assorted A A A 
colours. Size* 3 to 8 . 

Children’s Flannelette Pyjamas 

Many attractive design* tor boys and all over 
floral patterns to attract the little 4 4 A 
miss. Sizes 3 to 6 x. ..■ 

Beys' Mylen Jackets 

These hooded quilt lined jackets are water re¬ 
pellent and wind resistant—front ft A A 

zipper. 


Boudoir Lamps 

Lovely lamps suitable for the youni 
room—wood base with figurines— | 


fibreglass shade. 


“Baach” Tool Boxes 

Heavy duty-full lid hlnge-llft-out Q 4 A 
tray—gift suggestion for dad.al«7 I 

“Beima” Jet Propane Professional 


g Small Colour Wheels 

g Metal base with adjustable stand— C QA 
W four colours on revolving wheels.w.el I 

I Outdoor Sparkle Sets 

i 15 lights—21-ft. of lighted length, each light 
B burns independently. Buy now ait 4 Qft 
S this low, low price.“'30 

jj 450” Pride Christmas Wrap 

B There are five different rolls in each 4 ftft 

I package—each roll Is 26”. Pkg.■ ■”»0 

“Perkins” 10 Large Roll 
Christmas Wrap 

There are 10 rolls of different coloured wrap 
in each package—each roll is gaily Qft 
decorated. ....■ 


Greatest doll ever Invented—no batteries—she 
cries real tears, lifts her bottle, IK fiC 


Complete metal carrying case—spark lighter 
—flame spreader blow torch hsadb- A Qft 
soldering tip-ideal gift..w.wD 

Teel Boxes 

Heavy steel constructed—removable 4 Qft 
metal tray—ideal gift for dad._7.*#0 

5-In-1 Hobby Tools 

Soldering iron—plastic joining tool—wood burn¬ 
ing tool—leather tooling tip—heated plastic- 
cutting tool—with full length g 00 

All-Purpose Repair Kit 

A. Gift suggestions tor the men of the house— 
repair kit contains 7 basic tools for home, work* 
shop, office or garage. 

Or 5-pce. Screwdriver Set. 

B. Precision ground blades—hot ft ftft 

drop forged. Each..,0.00 

“Stanley” Surfoam Tool 

2-way tool—a plane—a file—surface A Q A 
forming tool—form and trim wood. I 

Do Luxe Soldering Gun Kit 

Weller D 550 PK durable plastic carrying kit 
—heavy duty—dual heat—240/325 4 ft AO 
watts—twin spotlights. .. I 

Black A Decker Utility Drill Kit 

W drill—heavy duty carrying and 4 Q QC 
storage case—fully guaranteed- 1 

“Magnus” Organ 

Very suitable far apartment living—not too 
noisy—so simple that children arkl adults 
should be able to play CQ Aft 


Sanitary set for the young hostess—built of 
durable plastic and metal, even 4 Aft 
washes like mom's...■ 


Xmas Caks 

These cakes contain only the choicest fruits— 
3V4 lbs. You cannot afford to miss 4 QQ 

this great buy. .. I 

Moir’s Selection 

This box contains an assortment of AQ 
fine chocolates—14-oz. box. 

Black Magic Chocolates 

These chocolates come In a 1-lb. box and are 
an ideal gift for the holiday 4 CQ 

season.■ 

Moir’s Selection Chocolates 

This 5-lb. box contains a fine selection of qual¬ 
ity chocolate* — an ideal gift for AAA 

anyone. »■■■ 

McCormick’s Fancy Biscuits 

This box contains a great variety of your favor¬ 
ite cookies—4 per box—ideal for the A AA 
holiday season.....I 

Mr. and Mrs. Santa Clausa 

Contains 1 M lbs. of candy—may be given as a 
gift or used as table centrepieces, Qft 

mantel decorations, etc. ..._ ivO 

Willard Selection 

A fine selection of 3 lbs. quality chocolates and 
chocolate covered nut 4 QQ 

pieces...1133 


RacorHic 

Motorific wildcat racing set—race against time 
with remote control action — set includes — 
■tarter timer, banked curve, . 12.86 

Pizza Oven 

Included with this sturdy oven is a complete 
mix tor cheese pizza—plus 2 pie Q Q A 
trays, pizza cutter and tray lift—. W.w I 

Incredible Edibla By “Mattel” 

Comes with molds for molding frogs to straw¬ 
berries. Also included are 5 1-fluid 4 4 Qft 
ounce packages of liquid. I I .OO 

Mighty Mike by “Romeo” 

Included in this gift Is Mighty Mike—2 bridges 
—6 obstacles, a camper and wrecker A Qft 
snap-ons—powerful 4-wheel drive.• .OO 

Switch and Go by “Matter 

You remote control the action—includes motor¬ 
ized truck, dump action trailer, 60 * 7 77 

flexible tube track, etc.■ • ■ ■ 

Infants Tricycle 

Build this for your youngster. All parts are 
Included—this gift can be as much fun for 
you as it will be for your A Qft 

youngster. ,..... 0.00 


51 beautiful Xmas cards—decorative facing on 
each card with a hearty wish for those QC 
you care about... .OO 


Sizes 4 to 6 x. .. I w 

Girls' Wool Scandinavian Jacket 

\ length—fur trim hood—full quilt lining- 
front zipper—in blue and g ree n . 19 75 


Wicker Sowing Baskets 

Lightweight sewing baskets with carrying 
handle—hinged top—nature] finished C Q7 
colour with pastel shade trim. .... w.w I 

8-Piece Place Mat Set 

Closely woven fringed edge place mat with 
four white napkins—select your ^ 157 

favorite colour....I 

Pillow Cases 

Special Gift 1 !—lovely embroidered percale pil¬ 
low cases—white, pink, blue, with 4 A 4 
deep fancy edging.A.CA 


Infant’s 3-pca. Cardigan Sets 

Hand made—100% Acrylic—looee knit—plain 
with contrasting colour and embroid- 9 Q7 
ery trim—one size fits all.C.® I 

Infants' Dresses and Diaper Sets 

Choose from many styles—all-over lace or 
Amel and Terylene—plain or puff sleeves— 
6 to 12 months, 12 to 24 AAA 

months. ...fc.O f 


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ATKINSON—Born to Mr. and Kn. 
J. A Atkin aim, 2B8 Beaumont 

Ave, Victoria. at tha Royal 
Jubtlaa Hoapilal December X 19*7. 
a girl, Eofrtoa Liya (brand). 


CLARK—At tha Royal Jubllaa Hos- 
plUl on Dae. 4. 1MT. Dorla Mil¬ 
dred. baloved wife at Wilfred L 
Clark, at 447 Kelly Rbad. Coi 
wood. a*ed 45 yean. Survived 
alio by a ano, Roland, Clen Lake; 

a daughter, Mrs, B. A. (Sharon) - - 

SSSS^STSt JTJK 10 CHIRAL DIRECTORS 

William A. Natl. View Royal, and 
live ilatera Mri. Francs* M. 

Wllldnaoa Langford; Mra Phy!-| 

111 L Mee, Eaqulmalt; Mri. 

Nonna E. Arthur*, Langford; 

Mra Gladys L. Vannler. Vancou¬ 
ver, and Mra Levina Tltua Ken- 
aaa City. Mo„ and aeveral niece* 
and nepbawe. 

Funeral aervtce Friday at 1:50 
p m. In HAYWARD'S FUNERAL 
CHAPEL 734 Broughton Street. 

Rev, K. A. Wright officiating. In¬ 
terment In Hatley Memorial Gar¬ 
dena. 


BOESCHE—Born to Mr. and Mra F. 
Boaache. 3MB Peatt Road. Victoria. 
B.C . at tha Royal Jubllaa HdipiUl 

I on Saturday, December 2, l*n, a 
daughter. ilia Darlene, 3 the. S **• 
A eater tar Peter and Joyce. Many 


MeCALL BROS. 
Funeral Chapels 

14D0 Vancouver Street 
IK-44 BI - IS6-44M — lflS-448? 

McCall Brot h er! . . , Iowan for 
Integrity, falmeaa In ooata and 
the very beat In eervlca and 
ladUttog. 


thanki to Dr. G. Reilly and 
ternlty Staff. (Insured. I 


HOURIGANS CARPETS AMD LINOS 
ita, vlnylA linoleum i, 
■tie turn, sanded and 
Ij Inatalled Free etU- 


KXPER1ENCED WAITRESSES. 

Muat be able to work any ihtfL £af«ilcr« 
Apply to Paul * Drive-In Reataur- malea 7U 
ant, 1500 Douglae, between 13 noon 
and I tui vie 


ISLAND 
DECORATORS 
P&tnten Paperheangers 
Spray Palntera 
Planter Repaint 
Convenient Time Payments 
383-9059 Eves. 383-1479 


WOULD THE LADY WHO PHONED 
University School concern!"* a loit 

walat. plaaaa phono again. Mr. 
Alim. 194-7914 


CetoHng 

CONTROL YOUR FESTIVE KA 
aoo party. Rent a nan-drip dtopen- 
•er from Jo# the Bartender. 
Glaaaee, punch bowta, poker table*. 


WEDNESDAY 

. . __ _ GRAHAM—CapL Roderick L 

Rc" 

51 year* Survived PLAXTON—Mr* Edna K 
id. Percy, at home. 1:16 9 m.—FLORAL CHAFKU 
e held In tha Sand* 

id "Memorial Chapel FRIDAY 

, 3*9 u BURNER—Mr. Eric 

l h Th c*rn?l t ;. 1 ™ V rIi. « “ a " -FLORAL CHAFEU 


DEMPSTER—Born to John and Judy 
Damp«ter (nee Leahy). 1540 Row¬ 
an St., Victoria, B.C., at the Royal 
Jubilee HoeplUI on December S. 
15*7, a daufhter, Shannon Marie, 
B lbe. 4 cm. Many thanki to Dr. G. 
S. Wallace and maternity atari. 
(Insured.) 


LOST AT WEEKEND. WALLET, 
contain! photograph*. Reward. *86- 


catarinf. 184-0*27. 473-1 

Camaat 


BEAUTY IS OUR BUSINESS 
MAKE IT YOURS! 

A pieaaant, profitable way te earn 
Avon Ctaamatte*. 3847145. 

IF YOU HAVE THE ABILITY AND 
tha experience to make appalal- 


FOUND BLACK AND WHITE S- 
monlh kitten. Maddtotm, CPL » 
«m. 384-9093. 


MacDllFF-Mr. ant Mra. Jamea L. 
MacDuff. 12*4 Montrose Avenue, 
Victoria, B.C., ara happy to an¬ 
nounce the birth of their aeconl 
daughter, Deanna Louiae, ( lb*. 
14 oaa., on Nov. 38. 15*1, at the 
Royal Jubilee HoeplUI Many 
thanki to Dr*. W. D MardjalL 
H. M. Gough, G. McKenaie and 
tha maternity atari. 


SPECIAL 
DRY IHSIDK FIR 
Hand load ad, vary dean. IT* 
laaethi tor furnace Or a place, 
httchaa ranee. 

FIR PLANER ENDS 
KRn dry, 2x4. M, 2x18. Stow 
lengths. Immediate delivery 

SOOKE FUEL CO. 

mmoi »« 


menta by phone, call 388-5535 

WANTED - EXPERIENCED"" 
■tyllaL top wa*e*. full tlm* 


IN IT COMES TO PAINTING 
Coma to Tad HUI-ToM 
nptata painting and dacoraltaa 
rice — faterior and extarior. 

a Kattmatee — Term* Available 
ED BILL-TOUT, DECORATOR 
I Oak Bay Avenue _ B41 

WEBB A SON 


Park Boulevard. She wai born YOUlt 

formerly 19 "a ESfift T Nori” COMMUNITY CHAPELS 
ML a« i • « V e a SENSIBLE PRICES 
p£& A j. Muaurd Win ran- SANDS MORTUARY LTD. 
tonday^De? T^. S^.m, to Memorial Chapel 

haptln'a Funeral Chapel. Crema of Chimes 

°°- _ Victoria, B.C. 


TILE DRAINS, SEWERS, 
cement Welch. 183 BBC 


383-7611 


Cleanup Service 


EGNKLL—In Victoria on Tueedey. 0 Dftcp5 

Dae. 5, 3987. Cue taw E*neii CHAPEL OF ROSES 
at 54B Johnson Street He wai cidnav R f CKC.9QT9 

bom In Sweden and lived to 5>ianey, K)t»-^3JZ 

Wtnnlpef. Man., before comic* .- 

H.rtJ&'to wltXT * hr ° ,hfr CHAPEL OF HEATHER 
Brigadier Bonner will ritoduct Colwood, B.C. 478-3821 
the funeral lervlca on Friday. Kk v.— 

Dec. g, at 10:00 a.m. in Chaplin e EstaDljanea Jra xears 

Funeral Chapel. Cremation. _ _ - 

_THOMSON & IRVING 

Funeral Chapel 

M. Formerly of Wlnnlpe* 


WHITE—Born te Mr and Mra. Lea 
White (nae Haytevi. 522 Dumereao 
Street. Victoria. 8 C . at the Royal 
Jubilee Hoepllal on December 2. 
',19*7. e daurhter. Heather Eltoa- 
beth. 7 lb*. 9V4 oat. Thanki tn Dr. 
M. J. Penn and Maternity Staff. 


blab, la exchange for anythin* 
aalaabla, atberwlae mod eat charge. 
Will alao buy (alcalde I term or 
Lada for cleanup work. Sattafactlcn 
guaranteed. Free eatlmatea. No 
obligation. Seven-day, 3t-hour earv- 
toe. 388850 day* 388-4743 nights. 

RUBBISH HAULED, BASEMENTS 
cleaned Rave oommarclal vacuum 
cleaner. Fence* built Dratna laid. 
384-8718 anytime. Free eatlmatea 
J. C. Van Nea, 382-9380. _ 

A BETTER CLEAN-UP DEAL 
Heaemente. attics yards etc. Junk 

.... . .... i... 


(Inauredh 


ENGAGEMENTS 


29 SITUATIONS WANTED 
MALE 


CAMERON-PETRIE—Mr and Mrs 


KENDREW—At St Mary'• Priory. 

Langford, BC. on December 8, 
I 1987. Mra. Jennie Gertude Ken 
drew, age 88 years Born to 
| Union. Oraarlo, and had been a 
I redder* of Langford, ac for the 


a J ' Chmeron, 3921 Dlckeraon PI 
announce the engagement of Ihelrl 
eIdeal daughter. Gall C. to Mr. 
Don Petrie, 3KB l^lgh Rd. The 


cart bought Jim 


ANY KIND OF HAULING AND 
Ctoan-Up. S88-728K 

CLEAN-UP JOBS, BIG OR WALL 
Call 382-2814. 


FARMER 

CONSTRUCTION LTD. 
Repair Dept. 

Alterations comaute, carpentry a 
aewvr work. Phone 18FM2L 


MATURE MAN, UNIVERSITY 
education, experienced In control 
of engineering contract*, electrical, 
electronic, merh., materiala; elan 
proves aalea ability aeeka poaitlan 
Eng., huylng. Baiting. 382-8717. 


Flaahiil ss4 Haalisf 

34-HOUR SERVICE FREE ESTI 
males Qoallfled workmanahip guar- 


antaad tor all your plumbing a 
healing re pa Ire and ranmatki 
JIM HRONSTON, pboM 388-2063. 


STEWART MONUMENTAL WORKS 
LTD., Monument] tinea 1888 
1408 May street 384*432 


PITT A HOLT LTD 
1. WILHAM, Prop. 


- GREENBANK DESIGNS 003 Eaqulmalt Road 

MAN IN TOP- Contract Divlaloo Ltd - - ■ - - - 

dlalllM Fast Deilgncr* and Eulldara rOR QUALITY PL 

ales 38847M A complete package deal of deaign. hasting call 184883* 

_ conatruction and furnldilng under a - o ’ 

EXPERIENCED. «lngla CTX 1 tract. Call WWB8L f “■ 


SALES CAREER 


Thla la a full or part-tlma poeltlan, 
with a very Ugh earning* potential. 
We ara a well-known organization 
apeciallaing in the saving and 
Inveitment Bald Previoua Invert 
merit or sale* experience not 


New ityla exterior, gxfbrH piywocd 
■uitabia tor direct application. Pre- 
Onlahed Reg. HA SALE ....*548 


LUNEY BROS. 
A HAMILTON 

Repair*. Alta rat! ana — 


VACATION. PERMANENT — A 
trainee by HOLIDAY HOMES. See 
pur dlaplaya — Duncan, B.C Wc 1 
Palmar, dtatrlbraxs 744K1L 

t aafing , lataWiM nl Siding 

PARKER JOHNSTON LTD. 

1314 Broad 8t. 382*181 

ROOFING, INSULATION at IU very 
BEST. Over 50 year*' combined 
experience tn eland tha TEST. 


10 SITUATIONS WANTED 
FEMALE 


KA8API CONSTRUCTION — N.B 
end conventional barnea, alao a 
merdal haildlaga >984121 

G. H. WHEATON, LTD. 

Repairs Alteration! 282-2 


FORESTER’S BINGO 
CLUB TANGO 
View St. 

TURKEYS 

THURS., DEC. 7 

T:K pm. 

Parking Available 
20 GAMES $1.00 

35c PER EXTRA CARD 

BONUS 6 CARDS $2.00 
5 EXTRA CARDS 
2So PER CARD 

TURKEYS 
DOOR PRIZE 

2- $25.00 GAMES 


GOOD MAN FOR SHORT TRIPS In houaa cleaning 'l Irena. 
eujToundlng Victoria. Man wa want bandad 6588221, Bio 7 pm. 

la worth good Income, nine regular - 

rath bonus Airmail P. D, Dicker- DO APTY' TYPE Or 1 

son. Pree., Southweatarn Petroleum wcr *- «y bab^utOng Vic Wi 

Carp , 554 N. Main 8L. Fort Worth, Preferably. g»M32 _ 

Texaa. 781(n. _ RELIABLE WOMAN WIL 

ABOVE AVERAGE EARNINGS, hwwwk. ttBB per bepr. I 

ssrwzusr Gt 

to learn how to tell automobiles Car ”***. * onc 

experience n o t neceaaary. but INFANT OARE, MY HOME 

honeily. aome aalea training and 388-8719. 

energy esaentlal Telmac. 3(®-5441. -—- 

STATIONARY ENGINEER AND Portland eriWert. 'ffiB-ffiOB. 

maintenance man required on part- ---—-- 

lime bails Permanent poaJtlon. aa IUSINESS SBEVtm 
Muat have tha minimum 4th claee 30 ■U3IP4*» HKVlCu 
l.cket Apply Victoria Presa, Box DIRECTORY 


PAGE—to Victoria. B.C. on Dec¬ 
ember 6th, 1967, Mr. Albeit 
Charlee Page, aged 77 yearn, 
born to England, and a resident of 
Victoria for the pail SB years 
late residence. 3144 Quadra St. 
Predeceased by 'his wife. Mrs. 
Wlnnlked Anne Page, on Sep¬ 
tember 16th, 1987. He leave* his 


Tailen 


WATERMAN TRANSFER 
Genera, delivery and light true 


Iricfc Layar* 


CHRISTMAN EMPLOYMENT. 
Train flva days wNh Ttia Canadian 
ScoMMi R agtoert during tha holi¬ 
day] and qratify lor amdaftonua 
tratadng to tha apatne. Daraa at 
Bay SMat Ammka Traaday rr 


DO IT NOWI 
at remodel flreplacaa and 
a. Fra* eatlmates 38B-90M, 


HAMBROOK. THE TREE MAN. 
Hedges stumps trees RaaaoaahL 
Inaurad 2841BC: 18442M evas 

Wan Wasking 

HAYWARDS WALL WAfflDH 


Thraaday nighf and Bat morrtog 

RICHARD CRAWFORD AND CO., 
chartered accountants have an 
opening In their afdca tor atiaienl 
willing to train *i Qiarlerad 
Accountant. Senkc Matriculation 
required 473-3871 to r interview. 
SALESMAN 


PATERSON-Buddenty In VlotoriS 


on Dae * 1987, Maty Stewart 
Patoraen of US 1 Fort St She 
was barn In Scotland and has 
been a rerident at Victoria tor 25 
years She leave* a slater to 
Scotland and aavarai nricei and 
nephews. i 

Funeral arrangement* will be an 
nounced later by Chaplin s Funeral 


Balldaura 

EXCAVATIN& BACKFILL 
loading and hauling, land clei 
and all phases of lubdlvtatca 
work For free estimate* t 
OX Trucking. 5841414. 


- --- CON- 

tract at 632S Initial weekly aalary 
«1th established, highly respected 
Canadian Life Insurance Company. 
Phone 385-1471 or 477-2597 after six. 

TELEVISION 


GUARANTEED 


Carpantars 


70 PER CENT OF EVERY 
DOLLAR 

BACK TO YOU THE PLAYER 
Fra* Bus to Town 

OUR MAIN CHARITY 
RETARDED ASS N 

TOURBTB WELCOME 
Oa ato qy Always 

TURKEYS 


TECHNICIAN RE- 
quired to tak* charge and organize 
inside service shop. To* aalary plua 
Incentive.' Bonus to experienced 
man. 38 5-8083 _ 

PERMANENT RELIEF FOR E1T- 
chen work, muat ba mature and 
willing to do metlcukiiia rlaanto*. 
Apply to Peraotmei Director, gt. 
Joaeah'* Hospital, Vlctorls _ 

WATKINS HEED MEN FOR 
■ale* work. Full ir part-time. 


Private Hoepllal, Mabel Maud* 
SchaaL aged 99 year* Barn In 
Bristol, England, formerly a reri¬ 
dent of Edmonton, Alberta, tor a 
number of years and Vancouver, 
B.C., before coming to Victoria 
She I. survived by ana daughter, 
Mrs. William Gttraour of Montreal, 
Quebec; twu acmi, Mar tial Koreaz. 
of San Francisco, and Jack 
«'«*■* of VictortoTkC ; 1 grand 
children; 8 great-grandchildren. 
Private aervlcea will ba held tn 
tha 8ands Mortuary Limited 
"Msmorlal Chapel ol CMmea" call 
Friday. Daeemher Btb. 1*67. at 1:00 
p m. Canon Georgs Bldffla oHIratlne 
Cremation. Flower * gratefully de¬ 
clined. 


ROYAL RENOVATIONS 
Special winter rates on all ty; 
horn* Improvement Call tedi 
a fra* aatlmat*. 386-900. 


GENERAL RE FAIRS, 
Horn, additions Faat, 
■arvloa. Free •■ttmatas 


KINSMEN 
GIANT BINGO 
MONDAY, DEC. 11, 8 p.m. 
MEMORIAL ARENA 


Dec. 5, 1*67, Rav. Francis Emend 
Torpey, of 756 Meaford Ava. He 
.wa* boot in London. Eng., and 
lived to many placaa to Saakal- 
r he wan and Alberta. He wai pro 
deceased by hi* wife Rhode and 
a daughter Gladyi. He leave* 
twn daughter*, Mra E. A. Ander¬ 
son. ol Langtord and Mra. W C 
Newby. of AhhnUfnrd, Aaon 
George, ol Winnipeg, and 12 
grandchildren. He was formerly 
a member of the R.N.W.M. Police 
and the Alberta Provincial Police 
He lolned the mlnlatry to 1927 
and wai a legion member for 3H 
year*. Ha was padre for the Royal 
Canadian Legion, Prince Edward 
Branch, No. *1. 

Tha Rev. H, Duniter will conduct 
the funeral service on Sat . Dec. 9th, 
at 1:30 p m. in St. Matthew* Church 
at Langford. Interment to Hatlay 
Memorial Garden*. 


RUMPUS ROOMS 


--, CABINETS. 

houaa repairs, home building, etc. 
For a satisfactory job at a 
reasonable price, call 479-5382 


Rewlra ax 1 


Floaria* mad Saadlng 

SANDING - FINISHING - OLt> 
floor* new. Free estimate. 47*sn*B 

Gardaaing 


Thousands of dollars 
In cash prises. 
Tickets $ 2.00 each 
on sale at Eaton’s Box Office 
and Memorial Arena. 


Peace by World Law 3821321 

40 IUSINESS FIUONALS 

BEAUTIFUL INDOOR POO 


OPPORTUNITY OF OPPORTUNI 
tie* lor men and women to the 
sales field. No experience neces¬ 
sary. Training provided. PboM 188- 


R. WARD. 


383-90DS. complete car- 
free eatlmatea 
383-9288. 


pentry aervlre. 

Reaaooable rates. 

ALL TYPES OF HOME IM- 
provementa and repair* FYes 
eatlmatea. Call anytime. S 86 SBOC 1 


Celling TUt, white, 12x12 and 18x11 


FURNISHED SUITE IN RETURN 1 
for carataklng. Suit Penal on it who 


PART-TIME HELP REQUIRED, FINISHING 
7-ID *.m. and Sat, *.m Good to- remodel'tox’ 
coma and training. 38S8M8. rail 47*4§« 

24 FIMALI HILP WANTIC qualified 

ACCOUNTS PAYABLE 
A diversified 
volved to all 
Industry requ 


contract price*. 583-AU8, 4T8-«M 

QUALITY WORK AT REASONABLE 
rate*. Addition*, renovations, etc. 
Estimate*, plana Glover, 858-6320. 


local company ln- 
isaet of tha lumber 

-. — e* an experienced 

No dance Dec. I, Dec. IK Dance to WM “ n fcr Accounli Payable and 

"Tha Music Men " Gat your ticket* rolstod dtklea Pridnrrace win be ENGLISH CABINET MAKER 
for Naw Yaar-a. Member* 33.50 *•"*■ T"™ a worklng gitcheo cabinets, vanltle*. run 

Gu«*t* S49CL 584 IBM or 386-3545 knowledge of lumber. This to a rooms. George Comtes, 479-3*63. 

1 • ~ 1 _ --— oermanent poaitlan and offers • ---- 

14 PLACES TO VISIT full range (/fringe benefit. Fleas* WATSON FRAMING LTD.. C 

__ reply to your own handwriting to rnerelal and residential. 185-1737 

CH INATOWN ORIENTAL MUSEUM Victoria Pres*. Box 471 SM-ttia. _ 

*ctwd!!l.* 0 rx^ il Sst f nr B,i? ft *HoridtmT R N * URGENTLY REQUIRED. CARfgNT ER W ORK AND C 

Preference given to tho^wlth B.C. H-v. roferencea S8B92ia 


UNIVERSAL TUTORINa COLLEGE 
3D3D Douglsa 
Phone 3848— any Una 

NEW MATH TUTOR; EXPERI 
encad teacher chargaa P par hour. 
Pboaw S83-ma 


PU-FAB SHOP LTD. 

Iff a. qf quality custom made gbeat 
metal duct and fltttoga lor com- 
marcla) and toduatrial uaa to venti¬ 
lation, hasting and air condttJonfevH 


ARBORITE, REPAIRS. ALTERA 
tlooa. concrete. 3844)082. 

ALTERATIONS, RUMPUS ROOMS, 
gemral carpentry 8049050, 885-2103. 


BIRKS JEWELLERS 
Completa Guaranteed watch repair 
sendee. 706 Yates. 184430. 


CONDUCTOR PIPE and ELBOWS 
All types FLASHING 
CONVERfirC , OIL BURNERS 
REGISTERS and GRILLS 
332-6214 433433 Alpha TWrar* 


Carpal Claaaiap 

CANADIAN CARPET CLINIC 
ProfessUnal Rug and 
Upholitrry Cleansri 
652-2501 


Ptoaae NOTE! 

Tha Oanllled Ad department has I 
a dtraci telephCM line. Pleas* 
ahoaa 294-212L 


VAULT DOOR AND FRAME. S123. 
I Royal Trust-Rental DepL 288-4J1L 


■■Ba gfllaclA VlctoHo, B.C. Thurgdey, Dae. 7 4S 


CLASSIFIED WANT ADS 


386-2121 


N * den past"S "years, residing at 567 SHIPMENTS 

Qtopel, Naden, T p.m. _ Gtofctraam Avenue, formerly of 1«3B Quadra St Phone 184-3612 

. *aii» Xilkiraa* C Red Deer, Alberta. Survived by 1 —" 1 1 1 

$ DIATHS AND FUNiRALS h(r m R „ , nd 5 ^, CHAPLIN’S FUNERAL 

-- B.C.. daughtsrs, Mr*. H. (EitherI ratinfl 

HRYANT — At the Veteran*' Hna- Anton, Terrace. B.C., Mr*. WU- (^MAX-ILL. 

« lt*l 00 December 1 , 1967, Mr iisnt IHrien) Liddell, Coleman. Rindneas — Courtesy — Servic* 

dlllam Thomas aysnt. *f*d M Alba-ta, Mrs R. (Maryi Waters, ti M Fori 184-6512 

year*. Born to Ataman*. Santo »ook*. B.C, 18 grandchildren and - 

n “ WMtTOluhi'dren. Tbcia^ HAYWARD'S CHAPEL 

Oiematou*. H.C. tor tne p**t»‘ Mr*. Kendrew wa* a holder of nrtTnxv nmr cxnvrrrra:" 

gaf*.- r esidin g .««. nT * ,. G » r 7^ r tha B.C Pioneer Medallion. A GOLDEN RULE SERVICE 1 

fea gfcji gSjsE jsrstis ■aj5v*-jss; „ . 

rtdM?^ , ’ U, el^h't ^srsat-grand! Sin,' ST Ar A W. rRANCia°"w. H. HAYWARD 

HdMraii Tha*late Mr Bryant rangwnant* hy toe Sand* Funeral ., unuilufUTSI 

S^f wlto IhS sh BaTfriT^ Cbapri of Heather, Cotwood. B.C. 11 MONUMINTAL 

C E F. In Franc* during the First - . _____ 

World War. ^ ... USFFLEIl—Erneri RaroM. a rvri MORTIMER’S 

Service will he held tn th# Sands rice* of HS Jensen St.. Parksvtll*. uomrvtn'ii wnnn 

Mortuary Limited "Memorial Chapel BC| pawed away at hi. home rsmimHfniim 

of Chime.” xw Thursday. December Dec. *. Bom In England, he wm* 96 ESTABLISHED 1*77 

7. 1967 61 7:00 P.M PsdreDmigla* ytnn n( , fe survived by his The Finest to Crafamattohlp" 
Kendell officiating. Interment in the — home; no* aon, Cllf- 6X1 David Street 181-6421 

Veteran! Cemetery. ford .t Psckavtlle: one dauvhler.-—-—- 


S DEATHS AND FUNERALS 


CtrcElatfM* MS-4TM 

Editorial, sss 4SM m 


Weed gad Sawdart 


jteiisizsffsjza 

G r llna for ato craaaaKv* days, 
iniinani atfvarttwmer* two Hsa 

—iw StOD minimum char I* oe 

MrarttoanwaU ptaced hy talaptauM. 
Contract rata* on application. 

(Above Rata* apply to MC. 

■tito Natl oaa. 62.06 p*» toawtiaa 

Marrtagaa. Engagemert* to bto- 

morlam NollceA Card* cl Tbanka. 
Death atti Funeral Notice*, not ax-1 
caadtog 12 Unea, 6110 first ln*ertloa| 
and (2 at aubaequeat toaartkwa 
Each additional Una. 30c daily- 


SUBSCRIPTION RATES 

Wbarsvar carrier aarvka >8 aiato 

tatoad. 62.25 par moath. 

single copy sales price: U -wU 
dally. U cants Sunday. 

By mall, (toad* and BritMi 

Commonwealth: ana year, *0.00, 
ai nxxdha 6 U. 00 ; three ttoiotha 
H.66; stogie month. 63-25; li.&A 
Australia and Foreign, 62 21 per 
taootb. 

Authorised as wcond-dasa mail 
Post Qfflc* Department OtUwa. 

Mem bar ai Audit Bureau •£ car- 
quia bona 


DUNCAN BUREAU 

Duncan Chamber of Commerce 
Bldg., ITS Tr ane Canada Hwy. Of¬ 
fice and telephone hours 1 p.m. to 
I p.m. Monday to Friday tociariv* 

PHONE DUNCAN 748400 


NOTICE OF 
COPYRIGHT 

Full, earn Plata and aoia copyright 
to any advertlwmatd produced 
by Victoria Prase Limited la 
Vaatad to. and helangi to, 
Victoria Praaa Limited; provi¬ 
ded, however, that tsopyright IN 
THAT PART AND THAT PART 
ONLY of any such advertise¬ 
ment coaaiittog of Illustrations, 
bordsts, alpha lure* or similar 
component* wmcb ta, • an. 
supplied to Victoria Press 
Limited by tha advertiser to toe 
form of engraving*, matrices, 
casta, ate., and tnoorpnrated in 
aaid advertisement shall remain 
to and belong! to tha advertiser. 


PHONE 

DIRECT 

386-2121 

TO 

PLACE 

YOUR 

CLASSIFIED 

AD 


AlTEB-BOrXS 
TELEPHONES 

into p-m. to 9 *-m. 


TOTEM LOGS 
$M Per Unit 

MS LOGS 02 LOGS PER CA RTON) 
DELIVERED WITHIN 
EMILE CIRCLE 
Ideal fcr flrepiaca ale. 

HARKNETT FUEL LTD. 

2941881 2232 Government St 

FegHll»T—Sawdust 

Double e cra ep ed tor barn* and 
gardens By bulk or blown 
Quantity of Hog Fuel Available 
SHAVINGS. I UNITS 67.95 

Ideal Fuel Co. Ltd. 

382-4622 _ 382-2BS2 

DHTLLON FUEL —383-3811 

Coed wood. 214 corda .622 

Dryland mlU wood. 214 corda C8 
Klin dry planer and*. 2(4 cord* 3)8 

MHlruo mltwuod. 244 corda .(12 

Blower fir aawdust for furnace. 

WOOD — WOOD 

Dryland Fir Wood 

■avar been la watar. 

244 curda SIAM 

Best Fuel Co. 384-5521 

WOOD - DRY - WOOD 
1 r Length 

Furnace—atora—Or* pi aca 
214 Cord* 617 M 

Meal Fuel Ca Lid. 382-4 621 

ALDER. FIR. ANY LENGTH 
Roily'S 873-3549. _ 

FIREPLACE. OAK WOOD. 1 CORD 
620. 384-1645, 384-5291 avea. 

I <1 BUILDING 5UPPLIIS 


CUBBON LUMBER it 
BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD. 


PALISADE SALE 


PRE-FIN ISHED PLYWOOD 

REG. KALB 

4x8 Pro fin. mahog. ..6 1.41 

4X8 Walnut 812 95 « 9.94 

4x9 Birch --*12 33 3 1-tt 

4x8 Teak...612 96 BO M 

4X1 Cherry_161195 *10.94 

1 PARTICLE k HARDBOARD 
1 SPEC l 


..6127 

.I1.BI 

-64 to 


CEILING TILE SPECIAL 

Tongue and groove white celling 
tile 84 sq. fl carton. 12x12. 13^4. 
ltxll No X SALE .38.49 


BRITISH CUSTOM TAILORS. 

-- - “ d r “j^'*2 a pra 2X4-C ECO _*271 

Dreperiea MU Hanahard _ 2 s prs 2x4-6' ECO ..... 3 95 

^ Tw . 25 pc* 2x4-9' ECO . 6 75 

■ ran Mrvicn 2x4-50; eco . 7 h 

SCIENTIFIC PRUNING. SPRAY- 33 pS Si 8 ? if R° * 75 

tn*. rsmavaL Largs ibads and trait js pea. 2x4-6' Cedar M-R .... 6 95 

DRAPERIES MADE, RE-LINED •***! £?"*'' .* ,U S 1I L cW K* r - _ to ' 75 pcs. SxJ-f Cedar M R -— 195 

BHUprawU. Etderdowna - 3toto3a ^ I^M&£?*ia?2yv!£. 


PACKAGED LUMBER 


P ~~ U ‘« - CUBBON LUMBER * 

ORMBhUJONQ AND ALTERA- VIEW^^SKRVICT^ BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD. 


6 Days « Week 
to 5:S0 p.m. 

INSTANT CONCRETE 
REPAIRS 


0 _ Windnw Claansrs QUICK SET PERMANENT CK- 

ury B'enuia* ------ fcllKNT. Anolhar raw malarial bn 

.O . ... __SPECIAL XMAS OFFER WIN-the matara of AlhhoL that mlrarn- 

FRESH AS A FLOWER IN JUST dem expertly cleaned. For free lou* concrete bonding agent. Really 
ONE HOURT estimate call 389-9126 anytime. to uae. bonds to cancTeta, wood ur 

— «*■»— ssra-asr-ar— *yr.r_r_! 

Th* moat to dry electing --PERSONALS- Saturdayi tffl an 

ONF hour M 4 RTrm 7 TOP —_ —_— ISLAND BUILDING 

ONE HOUR MARTTNIZING GIRLa , are YOU SINGLE. SUPPLY COMPANY LTD 
Esquimau Plaaa 386-3M1 prrtfy, B-2BT Meet *lncvre, interaat SU _ _ LID. 

“ n-rt. 1 , .1 -- - In*, good looking men for great 575 Gorge Ro»d Eut 

Eieciricai Lesuiueii timet! Send partlcnlari and photo. 

• r-. ' i - if - R«P»y Victoria Praia. Box 465. 382-5178 

I HEamBHTT AL, R EWDUHa. ^LKC YOUN G MALE MOOKL (SAILOR) -—--— 

l vsSmSsr L B,DBQ aswisi why pay moret 


ISLAND BUILDING 
JPPLY COMPANY LT1 
575 Gorge Road East 
382^178 

WHY PAY MORET 


' K *“" - D Waterproof fir plywood 

’ ISUSAN - PLEASE PHONE ME HY mmi** 4* 8 t tamtai 

. Sumfej eoDecL before I can comply M» T - *2 3* %“ - *) 1* 

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——- - -—-— S"- 64-85 S" . 1135 

THGHB DOTOEBTED IN IH8^ % -_gj 85 V‘_to SB 

os—as Csnadlaa atlfclra. phone y * F-54" hardboard- 43 

ant 47M487. or Bill, 3866611. 4 1 M »—4*“ hardboard_0.29 

ha t w ai n « p-m. and 9 p-m. 4’ x F—V hardboard_61 73 

-y. 11 ^ 4'if Gyproc Ha. 1 whtta-t .35 

’GBNT to WOOI^ LDfE TO MET y . t .rod* from .26 

l? d 7 fcr coinpankmmlp. Victoria y , x 4 - r.ndo^ econo MBM Bi ll 

-- LANGFORD 

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS tar rot roMC Cl Tppf V 

C-wtacl Brill! or PO Boa L HUlLdJUNU. SUPPL,! 

1«* view B-. Victoria. B.C III Goldatream Avenue 47I-1T24 

~ Open aavao days a Week 


47k»l ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 

Cm tael Brill! or PO Boa L 
im view S^. Victoria. B.C HI 


S. J, PEDEN LTD. 


..wo service. 388^._ Sa^T brih Vlcinri.-. ool, Ee- Prafin* ~MaK 

Gutter cieaniag end nape* 

WE REPAIR OR REPLACE "BOMS FOR CHRISTMAS!" iJ^GITeak. Walnut and 

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S™Sv^^lSiK^ r ..£E:B:S 

M fflU DAx OR KVENlflU. .. < ■ ■ I - ■ M S— . — — iwOwll/ll Parulari Wri_ ee «9to 

FREE ESTIMATES YOUR WN CAKM ICED. WED- JSSr'toSSdrt Fir II- . SS 

s ffiSiSS i™ 4 "* ^ U ““ ted F,r .»■ 

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5. Frendl. Math, new and eld method we quESNEL IT. 


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■to QUESNEL IT. 

388-3464 

One Block Eaat of Douglas 

Be t 111 IB Market and Tueaa 


TERMS OF PUBLICATION 
The Victoria Preas Ltd. abal] aat 
ba liable lor now-lnaarUuB ol any 
advarueament oayond tha amount 
paid fax sued advert)aemarf. 

la tha event of an error occurring 
the liability at Victoria Praaa Ltd. 
Mali not exceed the charge tor tha 
mao* actually occupied by tha ttam 
to quekicn. 

All claims an srror to punllcatJan 
mail ba mads within 12 hours tharo- 
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he conaldarad. No claim will ba al¬ 
lowed for mora than one incorrect 
Insertion nor lor errors not atfaettog 
to* value of tha advert!lament. 

All animates of cost ara approxi¬ 
mate. Advertisers will ba charged 
with m*ca actually used. 

AM advertising copy will he sub- 

R t to th* approval oi the Victoria 
tea Ltd., who reserve the right la 
it* *ole discretion to classify, reject; 
or Insert copy furnished. 

While every endeavor will he 
made to forward replies to box 
raimbera to the advertiser as soon 
as possible, ws accept no liability 
In remect at kisa ur damage at- 
legafi to arias through either tell¬ 
ur* or delay to forwarding aoCb 
rspUaa. however caused, whethsr by 
ngMt s iaa or otherwiaa. 


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CLEAN ALBERTA COALS 
For Stovei wad Fumacea 


Coal and Coka tar Aga stoves 
Praatologg — Heating Oils 


ROSE FUEL CO. LTD 

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. 'TWO YEARS ASC.WHN 
MO* H££0£D AH OPERAJKH 
I S7tOi£ *200 FROM 7M 
piACi MOV / Ktntra i 
HOMAO/VMY CAUGHT A 
M£ /ms SCUT UP- M 
AMD YESTERDAY 1 GOT 
OUT ON PAROLE /'• /W 


IF >tXJ DOTT LIKE DATING AN 
iXCOMCTGfSI STER, THSWE* 


$38.97 $29.97 Buy - Sell 

CASH 

$44.97 $ 39.97 Guaranteed Appraisal! 
$69.97 $59.97 1U5 Fort 38444 


Jig Saw . .... 
Two Speed 
Jig Saw .... 

Router. 

Finishing 

Sander - 

TV4” Portable 
Saw . 


Travelogue, Pete 
Smlth'a Specialty, Grant- 
land Rice'a Sportllght 
and Robert Ripley'* Be¬ 
lieve It or Not Ripley 
rival John Hi* wrote 
Strange At It Seerai. 
And It did, then. 

Today'! question— 
This being Pearl Har¬ 
bor day, how about that 
great movie Fran* Hera 
U Eternity T Name the 
author of the book and 
director of the movie. 
And give Burt Lan¬ 
caster'* rank, Frank 
Sinatra's fictional name 


PORTER CABLE m JaBn ”_ 

HEAVY DUTY 3£L caprraHrgLca 

*-so ™'« THADBR VKT! 

7M Saw.$119.50 $99.95 mt Quadra 

914" Saw. $149.95 °— m +**' m * 

Jig Saw.$79.50 $59.95 g ” W *»> 

pay oaty (10 notetty. 

TRADER VC! 

BEAVER - ‘ 

9” Radial Saw 
with stand $319.00 $299.50 
12” Band Saw with motor 
and stand ..$23850 $199.95 
Lathe with stand 


Television for Thursday 


COUKTHT AND CTTT AUCTKW 


Buddy Webber 
Webber; MovJa 
Mqvl* 

Movie 


Peta l Plica 
Romper Room 
Mr. and lira. 
Ed Allan 


J. P. PaUhaa 
Captain Kaagaraa 
New* 

Bavarty Btlltafiltea 

Andy Griffith 
Dick Van Dyka 
Love at Lite 
Saardi; Light 


Captain Kangaroo 
Captaia Kangaroo 
C&rtooni 

Beverly HUthUlte* 

Andy Griffith 
□Ick Van Dyka 
Leva at Lite 
Merv GrHftn 


School Telaeaat 
Giant: Helen. 
Mr. Draneup 


PeraonalMy School Telacaat 

Hollywood SQuaraa Giant; Balana 
Jeopardy Pipeline 

Eya Gueaa Pipeline 


Kck erf Week 

Luncheon Dale 
Search. Light 
Correia tine Sire* 
A* world Turn 


Everybody Talking 


Pameord 

Aa World Turn 
Many Splandorad 
Home party 

To TaU Truth 
Edge of NlgM 
Sacral Storm 
Parry Maaon 


Movia 


Noon Stow 
Movia 
Movia 
Movia 


Donna Read 

Fugitive 

Fugltlv* 


Wtmda Wunda 

Tha Doctora 
Another World 


Movia 

Movia 

Movia 


To TaU Truth 
Secret Storm 
Mika Douglaa 
Mika Doualaa 

Cartoon 

Cartoon 

Cartoon* 

Movia 


Movie; Cooking 
People la Coafllct 

Taka 10 

Edxa at Night 


Stan Hnreaon 
Mika Douglaa 
Mika Doualaa 
Mika Douglaa 


Caaper 

The Minuter* 
Dennli tha Menace 
Fltn atona* _ 

Gllllfan'a ]alan<1 
Haael 

Movia 

Movia 


Caapar 
Mun alert 
outer Limlbi 
Outer Limit* 


Sldacana 

New* 

Seven Show 
Accidental Family 


Movia 


Movia 

Movia 

dm arm Slrt* 

Cbnitm Strip 
Cimarron Strip 
Movia 
Movia 


Sport! Bat laa* 

Flying Nua 

Star Trek 

Star Trek 
R'a Happening 
Dean Mania 
Daan Martin 


Movia 

Movia 

Marv Orillia 
Mere Griffin 


IrootIda 
Irnnalde 

Dragnet _ 

Dean Martin 
Dean Martin 

Newm 

Johnny Canon 

Johnny Careen 
Johnny Canon 


Good Company 

Spectrum 

New. 

Joey Bllbop 


Marailx 

Manet* 

Newa 

Newa; Movia 


Payton Place 
Peyton Place 
Nawa 

Nawa; Marta 

Movia 

Movia 


Merv Criffla 
Nawa 
Sid Blow 

Bat Maataraon 

Near! 


Mannli 

Manntg 

Movia 


Joey Blahop 


Movia 


Movia 

Movia 


Movia 


Joey Blahop 


Movia 


MUSIC TEACHERS 


TV. STEREO. RADIO 
SALES AND SERVICE 


MOTORCYCLES 


CHRISTMAS SPECIALS 
Hew motorcycle, from (M 
Part*, arreaatirlra ate. 

Suzuki Motorcycle., IE! Alpha SL 
SB-4512. 

1MB HONDA SB. GOOD CONDI- 
11 on. Bill for angina and tranarala- 


aim overhaul MIS. With helmet MI- 


PLAY POPULAR PIANO 
• leaaona. Hewitt* gnaran-eed 
Mr* Tad Willlama. MS1232 


Qxnpw Adjusting 


“THE ALLEN” 

11" Portable 
REGULAR M0S 
SALE PRICE *711 

"THE WAGNER" 
Vinyl-covered Mata) Cabinet 
In Executive Walnut Grain 
REGULAR |M0 
BALE PRICE NM.N 


Yatai 


B.C.A. manufactumcri 
CLEARANCE 

AM-FM-FM Stereo Garrard chaag- 
er, Asiatic cartridge, aCkl itata, 10 
tmitentom, 21 dlodaa, arparala treble 
and haea tana control*. Speaker.: I 
two trfne-lnch ovaia, iWO whlnan. 
REGULAR IBIS 
TO CLEAR tan 

NOTHING DOWN-MO MONTHLY 

QUADRA APPLIANCE 
SERVICE CENTRE 
1514 QUADRA BT. 


ROB'S ltOTOVATWa 


USED 

SPINET PIANO 
AND BENCH 

RENT TO PURCHASE 
M3 PER MONTH 

FLETCHER BROS. 


glaring, blade work, ate, dn-atfl 


weekly special 

XMAS SUGGESTIONS 




'THE ROBBINS" 

Walnut Contemporary Conaola 
REGULAR SMB 
SALE PRICE gDl.H 

•"THE RUPERT' 

»*ht Cabinet DMaeM 
REGULAR IDS 
SALS PRICE WH 

IUADRA imilNCI SXRV1 
CENTRE 

MU OUADRA SB 

MS MM 


FOR ALL YOUR BICYCLES 
and Aceeaaorla* Saa 
DAE BAY BICYCLE SHOP 
IN! OAE BAY AVE 
PHONE Sgt-Sttl 


■VICTORIA' 


Bali and Falrfletd MuWc Centra 
T* Fort Street skshao 


You NEVER Looked 
BETTER 


87 STOVES AND FURNACIS 


Fahuiana Eawal piano* 10 
guarantee 

New O' heme alaa grand_ 

New apartment alza 

Kami conaola ...... 

New WUIla demowatrator ..... 

Rebuilt upright .MM a 

Tap trade tor old piano* in u 
d it tan. Eaay term* no daw 
Intent Cm Line'a piano I 


-- T - - AUTOMATIC OIL FURNACE, 

TV RECORD PLAYER, yaara Old. lit,000 BTU ra 
le. AM FM ataroo, IS moa. Inchidea plenum and return > 


THANKS TO 


CABLE VISION 


Victoria Cablevialon Ltd. 
9601 Shelbourns , . 
477-1884 


’ SERVICE. QUAU 
Ira Technician Calla 


LIMITED NUMBER 
Firflv automatic Tapoan Go 

range, window ovtr. infinite t 

ictock coirfrot. term., *18*19. 

Royal Apptlancea and TV 
TO Juhoaoo M 


MOTORCYCLES 


KENT S LTD. RENTALS 
11" — 12" — 14“ — 17" 
19" — 21" — 23" TVs; Tape 
Recorders; Record Players; 
Transistor Radios; by day. 
week or month. 
KENT'S LTD. 

743 Fort St. 383-7104 


NEW HRORZB DINGHY LIFTING 
iavlti mounted on awlm grid 


V) m international oil furnace 

fur mobile home or amall houae, 
$2.95 a| r conditioning unit Included; 1100 

k..* n,l.. aao.-Mna 


Mirrors from. 

Gloves from _ 

Face shields from 
Carriers from .... 
Windshields from 
Kidney Belts from 
Saddle Bags from 
Helmets from__ 


or beat otter. S IO-M1I._ 

USED OIL FURNACE, * 
old. good condition. W1U 


JUST ARRIVED 
Triumph Bonneville 650 ee 

YAMAHA AND TRIUMPH 
DEALER 


SEE US 

AT YAMAHA CITY 


Div. of MULLINS MARINE 
SALES LTD., 925 Yates 
382-1928 


SKIS - BOOTS - POLES 

Complete line of aid clothing at 
PEE1Z SKI SHOP *74 JOHNS) 


USED EQUIPMENT 
Ford ton and Major with 14 ft Ford 
backhna and Hbawnea loader. Ex¬ 
cellent value, *4.306. 

MG 4* Raoaoma crawler tractor 
with PTO and hydraulic*. fl.lM. 


SPECIAL SAVINGS 
on quality ZENITH IF' Portable 
TV. Featuring hand artrad »,oot 
volt chaaal*. Sava *10.00 pay *2U.Sfi 


VAN ISLE MARINA LTD. 
Steve Dickinson 
Geoff Simpler 
Sidney, B.C. 656-1131 


NEW EQUIPMENT 

Fort *on* AP I and Ifrapaed tractor 
model* In atnr.k foe Immediate de¬ 
ll vary. Sava * t now with Ford 

- - - N Sava" Plan. 


pra-Saaaon “Trad* 

MAYHEW AND STRUTT 
LIMITED 

2306 Douglas Street 
386-7704 

FORD - FARM - INDUSTRIAL 


CHRISTMAS SPECIAL 


CANOE COVE MARINA 
WAR TZ BAY MUUfi HIDN 
Home at High Quality Crulaei 
Manufactured in Canada 
Bertram Dee* V* Flbraala* 
Cano* Covar Commander 
and Cruiaar 
M-lt. Fthraglaa Lina 


NOW ON AT 
PEARSON 


HE B08UN'8 PLAN FOR 
HAPPY BOATING—Own, play 
about In. and race, a maximum 
fun. minimum maintenance, 
minimum price, ali-flhraiiaaa 
boaL Then. Charter a rruialng 
boat for your aummer holiday, 
up to IS feat 


BUTLER BROTHERS 
TRACTOR SHOP 
Hesdqusrters for 
proven 
J. I. CASE 
Utility and farm 
equipment 

Resting X Road 652-1121 

GET MORE CUSTOMERS BY PUT- 
11a* Oaaalfled Ada on your aalat 
alaff now. Phone jag-2121 ter * M* 


4 AND I TRACK CARTRIDGES 
CASSETTES AND 
PRERECORDED TAPES 


Ptua eoropltU repair tacllUMa 
All. Uda maria* tmvallft 


00*00 — O Day Daytaflar, 
,00000 — O'Day Mariner, 

080 00 — California M aad 

14. 

-- ooo.oo - Rawaoa *4 Kite, 

to flnlah yourialf. 

P t - CHARTER BOOKINGS ARE 

__ ALREADY BEING CONFIRMED 

AMP LINCOLN PORTABLE FOR SUMMER. IBB 

W a£\?aV.? BOSUN'S LOCKER. 9S0 Johnaon it. 
745-2*47. Cobble Hill. 


YAMAHA BSA TRIUMPH 
SALES SERVICE PARTS 
AND ACCESSORIES 

CYCLE CENTRE 
LES BLOWS MOTORCYCLE SALESI 72 
JM0 Douglaa St Phon# IM-7845 — 


WX SAVH w 

1—Moorage at 40c ft boat ram*a 
*— Boa! rental* and aalaa 
1 —Boat haulito aad trallar rantaia 
*—Eaparlaroad mechanic* 

IOOKE BASIN MARINS a RALES 
Phone *43-5*0 or 1*4-1M 


EVENING WEAR. BLACK CREPE 


CASH OFFERS 


MAYN, 


Is tin (SulimUL Victoria, B.C., Thunday, Dee. 7 


IUILDINQ $UPPLIES 


STEWART A HUDSON 


ACRES OF BARGAINS 


POWER TOOL SALE 


162 PURNITURI 


LUNDS 

AtXnrONS 

Tueedey sndtf etnrdey i 

ALL HOUSEHOLD PURNISBINaS, 
TOOLS. CABS. BOATS. ETC 
PHONE FOR FREE APPRAISAL 

im fort st. man 


Rockwell, Delta, Beaver MAYNARDS 

Porter Cable, Greenline AUCTIONEERS 

GREENLINE S£jgato£ P * A 13A, ‘ wrrlKxrr 

Reg. Sale highe st pr ices 

Drill.$24.97 $19.97 MAYJ , XJU 5“ L,zl3i * T 

%" Drill.$29.97 $28.97 - 

%” Varispeed KILSHAW'S 

—a i * * aiAM m A T TnrTAMTPD ■ 


TV TALK 

By BBUCE LOWTHEB 

This ha* got to be the eonfesslon of the year. The 
CTV network say* that, as of some time in January, it 
will change the time of its Sunday-night pubUa affairs 
special W5 to 9 p m. from 10 p.m. The admitted reason t 
To avoid a claah with the CBC’i The Way It la, which 
has the ratings edge. 

□ 

The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to consider the 
constitutionality of the Federal Communications Com mis¬ 
sion's fairness doctrine. That's the rule which forces 
broadcasters to air both Side* of a controversial issue, 
and waa the basis for the odrer of time for anti-smoker* 
to equal clgarrtte commercial*. 

O 


Two-plac* ebaelarfiald ctaanad. #e- 
moUiad. la yatm amm homo from 
_. MS. W* alio clean carpata. For fra* 

DELTA rail mala* call imhaaaaiter Bom* 

10" Heavy Duty Table Saw «p*hl _ 

with Stand and custom built large desk. 

.J342.00 J27S.50 “Lm.'TSIS.’ 

light. baaaUful htgb gteas ftelah. 
dark aratout Sgg.glM. 

CERMAIC TILE SALE the British upholstery 
S hop. Paraaoal oallg arith aptotatery 
Big assortment. Popular —* rt| s •^« r » wtkoi* 

white and gold, 49c >q. ft. mmL - 


Belgian Glass 


PERSONALIZED REUPHOLSTER 
in non TIT r uiv In* aarvtca ta tha home. Phoc* 
riAAJrt ILL,*. BALL U3-MU and aak for J. Worden or G. 

Knkain, Standard Furaltura Co., 

12x12 Armatrong m Yata*. _ 

Vinyl ..19*4c each carved Chinese rug. floral 

daalgn, I'xlF. cptacamant value 
tl.SXl. Aaldng am. 1U yaara old. 

XMAS LAMP SPECIAL VALUES 
Direct Import of Fins ts-M now may au*a 
Belgian GlaM 

42x28 Oyatal..$11.88 household furnitore for 

42x28 S^Plat..$16.88 g* mm,. 

28x24 Crystal .........$16-88 double bid. limed oak. 

16x48 Crystal.$7.99 rad* handtonrd. aomptete. Phone 

50x28 Crystal.$12.88 — 

c v %r .« RIIM-BXD CONVERTIBLE SOFA, 

.6x24 14 Plate.$5.49 naaly mattram, almoat naw. <151. *** 

Ua-M»4 after « p-m. _ 

PING PONG TABLES 43 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 

B’x9’x%" Top (2 pees) $8.99 talisman mukc centre 
Set of well made £»«« «"'*•« .. 


_ ea ac Suzuki guitar* .. t— 

Trestles -->9.33 Regent Jumbo future_ 

Yamaha 190 guitar* .......... 

Gulya Electric gutter*_ 

V-GROOVE MAHOGANY £|« 1 £ c f ££ ndQ,lB .. gj 

Cottage Grade y« Fa ntana :." , ,- 'J Z::*j«M | §4 TV, STEREO. -ADIO 

4x7 ...CM oSi tSJbS - "ml SALES AND SERVICE 

4x8 .$2.49 Corcnet . -»■« 

4x7 Preftndshed ......$2.89 M Cuiit a&nw 


4x7 Prefinished.$2.89 * 

4x8 PrrfHshed.$2.89 fggrJSJST “#S 


PREFINISHED PLYWOODS 

4x8 Walnut Luan.$3.99 

4x8 Tacamah ....-..$7.95 

4x8 Tan Bark Hickory $5.99 
4x8 Knotty Spruce ....$5.74 
4x8 Cork Luan.$3.99 

HARDBOARD SALE 


■OATS AND MARINE 


OAK BAY YACTHS 
HAIDA 26 


New Boats from Hang Kong 
•nd Japan 


BROKERAGE 


Easy Financing — Trade* 
on All Deals 


OAK BAY MARINA 
656-3579 ■ 3868212 


and the two extracur¬ 
ricular specialties o f 
Montgomery Clift. An¬ 
swer Friday. 


*1 octal d Rave SWORN t 
eew n an fly teto Mother 
Bnperler'i kltcbea! n 


Thursday’s Highlights 

6:00 p.m.—A new show called Sldsoene—2. 

C-7:30—Carol Burnett is usually good. So are guests 
Barbara Eden and Johathan Winters—12. , 

C-8:30—Telescope's feature, Birthplace of a Nation, Is 
aboik Prince Edward Island— 2 , 6 . 

C-9:06— A io-io Dean Martin list numbers Van John¬ 
son, Patrice Munsel, Canadian comic John Barbour— 6 .- 

010:00—Good Co m pa ny v«its Truman Capote—4. 

C40:0O—Dean Martin anon (sen 9:00)—5. 

10:30—CBC time-fillers often are first-rate. For 
Instance, this half-hour of Ziti Jeanmaire songs—2, 

Thursday’s Movies 

8:45 a.m.—Lizzie (1957 psychological drama), Eleanor 
Parker, Richard Boone, Joan Blondell—4. 

12:00 noon—Ring of Fear (fair 1955 circus adventure), 
Clyde Beatty, Mickey Spillane, Pat O’Brien—11. 

12:30—Let's Do It Again (excruciating 1953 romantio 
comedy), Jane Wyman, Ray Milland. Let’s not— 6 , i. 

4:00 p.m.—Uncle Harry (1945 mystery), George 
Sanders-13. 

5:30—Whistling in Brooklyn (1944 Red Skelton)—12. 

6 :0O—Behind the High Wall (1956 prison epic), John 
Gavin, Tom Tully, Sylvia Sidney—7. 

7:00—The Schemer (1950 French crime drama)—11. 

★ 8:30—Marty (1955 Oscar winner), Ernest Borgnine, 


Salting School - Chart"* B * t ^ 0 B i! lr i T J f “ ant ^ 12 - „ 


xR-H.$1.27 -—-— 

*8—14 CHRanos savraca 

Xi—H .*.J J plfteup ateM rtn pto_gt 

PANELS „s^mt-ee;—« 

4 x4 Natural .......... .99 Dram oouita __ r*.j* 

4'*4’ Whit.. HiiitMi 

Yamaha gultera _ 


STEWART A HUDSON 

Open 6 day* to 5:30 
400 Block, Gorge E. 
Phone 386-3211 


OAK HAY MARINA 
SALES « SERVICE 
IBB Ranch Drive I 


COLUMBIA 
READY MIX LTD. 
2949 Phipps Rd. 

Ready Mix Concrete 
Deliveries 


Monday thru Saturday. 
Plant 478-1701 Rea. 478-2737 


COMPOST BOX ..*5 70 Woo dward'a Mayfair, M floor. *M 

!'«*'• WORE BENCH. UX » 

BIT LAWNFENCE -«is oo na ~ rn » ~' thm ~ LDwic.Tr 

to PICKET FENCE ..*30.10 s “ us rn * P“ '. UJWM T 

-twlcta an new and uaed organa. 

•.■uira ■ l run EM Titm piano* and mintcal Inatrumenla. 
KAANICH LUMBER YARDS Muahs g^o, u*, BreB(1 St 

tod Dougaa 8L US- MSI S8S-53C. 

Near lit* Maytehr StoptHn* Cater* 


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aervtca, 184-7731. 


MARINE 
Gift Suggestions 


SPORTING GOODS 


Riding lights from .... 
Stem lights, from ... 
Portable spot light. 


WATER SPORTS 
XMAS SALE 
NOW ON 


■tvi up to M EMT CMA flBI 


C-9:00—Under Capricorn (1949 lesier Hitchcock), Ing¬ 
rid Berman, Joseph Cotten, Margaret Laigteon—7. 
i 11:00-Bury Me Dead (1947 mystery), June Lockhart 

—13. 

31:30—Hold Back Tomorrow (1956 convict junk)—7. 

11:30—Toast of New Orleans (1950) Mario Lanza), 
Kathryn Grayson, Davd Niven. An acquired taste—12. 

11:40—Rogue's Yarn (1957 English mystery)— 6 , 8 . 

C-ll:45—Green for Danger (fair 1946 hospital mystery), 
Trevor Howard, Alaatair Sim—2. 

12:15—Stepchild (1947 zero), Brenda Joyce—13. 

| *1:05 a.m —Member of the Wedding (1953 drama), 

) Julio Harris, Ethel Waters, Brandon de Wilde—5. 

, 1:30—Ladies Love Danger (1935 mis»4t mystery)—13, 

Channel IS sehedtea—7:00 a.m., Seattle ihow; 1:38 
pjn., Jerry Holzlnger; 3:90, Penny and Pals; 4:00, Movie; 
\ 5:30, News; 6:00, Bachelor Father; 6:30, M-Squad; 7 : 00 , 
Lieutenant; 8:00, Sid Holiday; 8:00, Upbeat; 10:00, Newa; 
10:30. True Story; 11:00, Movies with Ingamnr Johamv 
1 aon: 3:30 a.m., News; 4:00. Bachelor Father; 4:30, 
M-Squad; 5:00, lieutenant; 6:00, Code 3; 6:30, Chal¬ 
lenge of Space. 

Thursday’s Radio 

i 6:30 p.m.—Lance Harrison at Campbell River ends R 
series on his recent B.C jazz tour—CBU (690). 
j 8:30—Contralto Maureen Forretiser in a CBC centen- 

5 nlal concert recorded in Vancouver—CBU. 
i 8:30—Highlight of the day an the French-language tia- 

5 tion Is the start of the Vancouver-Wimlpeg symphony 
5 orchestra **rie»—CBUF-FM (97.7). 

^ *—Recommended; C—Color. 


PI1RBQLAS 

Rails . Gal NN 

I itiW alolh— 

< Lin. Fan) *1*5 

PELAGIC PACIFIC DID. Lp. 
Huron Straat M»-1*U 

ORR MARINE 


82 MISCRUANKOUS I0R 
_SALE_ 

HARVEY'S MEATS 

HARVEY'S Sweat Ploklnf Cot lag* 

Rolla. "Not Smotorf" .,5*c 1A 

HARVEY'S Frath Cut 

£parcrtha .sac lb, 

HARVEY'S Home Curarf Smoknl 

Picnic* . lie IK 

HARVEY'S Horn* Cured Sliced 
Sid* Bacon .T»e lb 

FREEZER SPECIALS 

SIDES of Standard Brad ....toe lb 
SIDES *t Pork_49c Ik 


MMMMMMMMMM g* ?**■■* w1 ffi sides at Pork - 

m m FREE STORAGE 1 »-».* HARVEY'S 


FURNITURE 


HOME FURNITURE 
IS Port Straat 


GORDONssPORTura | ror w Joh-Dfc mt g* ■5k 4 ?5 CIL - Fln * Me,tl Ltd - 

ton nm.iA* BQttu Mteeurr Outboard *h« you uk. >*"» - 2709 Quadra St 383-2831 

1007 HHtetda Ava. 183 ““I advantega of our^comutete Wtalarti* j| TIMBCR --- 

W* . 1 *. terkuu 4 *l!var anrf baul NEAR TO FI NO IM ACRES MEAT SAVINGS 

m'BnlBV mRTOV M-Tf’g. Rjinate^“ l fc*fc , « ™ SIRLOINS. ,.ch _«v. 

MERCURY MARINE r ' a r * n ■ bacon, rindless _**a in. 

SALES A SERVICE "8-™* _ HAMBURGER. I lb* .oo* 

736 doverdala Ave. 385^922 FREEZER SPECIALS 

MMMMMMMMMM — -— ^Zm 0 * Top 

-- Z^HSa°«"teSte tote*CHRISTMAS MEAT PACK. I* Ib^ 

BOAT BROKERS ” 0—*«-»-■«-«*- 

CHRIS CRAFT SALES » MISCILLANBOUS FOR SSffiSU 


_3 °?. LY _ 1 ELECTRIC GUITAR, CASE AND HRKHTWOC 

BEDROOM surra amteUter. non. Mann’ hetwaaa u 

INCLUDES a.m. anl * am. P.O. Beal 

Tula Bad*. TT' Naitar Draaacr Phna 

with landaoaged Hilling mirror and K*NT, 8 PICK-UP BOUOW BODY . . 

night table. gteter and aaaa MB-T4SI. _ ..... 

REDUCED TO CLEAR “BU'W , P “"S2JF AI JL ISP* CH^SS aPECIAL 

1291 Scott Plano flande*. 5SI-4«a i-ipaed >-,i;d ateu record player. 

TRADER VICS ELK AMPLIFIER. (S WATTS. R **' W ", .SPECIAL *2» U 

l«n Quadra MDU rood condition. *300 S85-S9T4 DELTA ELECTRIC 

Open Nightly ‘1UI t p m UPRIGHT WILLIS PIANO, LIGHT 4 Co rm . Qra !l 8 1 l- 

APIECE WALNUT dining-room lull* rak flnl.h, SB4-S4S0. _ 

WS 3B-M7Z *M Lampron Street TO R SAL*-»",BASS ACCORDION, S^'Q^Sr.^SA^Quadra 
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE FOR condition. *190. <7g-**M. ApptUncr Servica Centre, *514 

a ale. »S4<a _ OLDS TRUMPET AND CASE. PER- 9** lir *' lg *** a 

HIDE-A BED *200. 1S2-QM4 AFTER lecL BOO, 47»««. _ PROMPT, DEPENDABLE S E R- 

1 »*"• ----- 43A MUSIC TIACHIRS ^^""tXteSS ““BtacT*^ 

m - wiffira B c u iao is os ^ - —■ — « 


HAMBURGER. I lie .BO* 

FREEZER SPECIALS 

SIDES OF BEEF, Top Corn- 

merrtal .**o Ih. 

CHRISTMAS MEAT PACE. 1* lb*, 
tadudai Turkey and Baa ..-U4.M 


GUARARTEED TENDER 
BUDGET TERMS AVAILABLE 

ALBERTA MEAT MARKET 
1811 Cook 383-8552 

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Sails (Kofamtct, Victoria, B.C., Thursday, Dec. 7 


12 MISCELLANEOUS FOR 
SALE 


The Daily Crossword Puzzle 


VICTORIA'S BIGGEST DISCOUNTS 
ON ALL FOOD PRICES 
WED. ‘ 


A CD on 

i Oriental 

foodiluff 

■ Aromatic 
favoring 

9 Pantry 
12 KalM V* 
is Ancient 
coMitry 

14 Feminine 
sppetlatkat 

U snbmuint'a 
■'ey*" 

rr Abneri* father 
l Bits I 

ttJUver In 

Peruvian 

Ante* 

15 Ineffectual 

H Enlhuitlo 
ardor 
23 Roden* 

34 Craft 
•jr Augmenta 
a Am*red 
S3 Pnmpoue ah®* 
84 PrW i Hi u 
ihtatokee 
M Rajurtanl 
IT Pertaining to 
mau aerW-a 
SS Leaae 
99 Fleih food 
<1 Cum pa* point 

43 Ru» Dlaa 
de *var 

44 Aperture 

44 Stlcka together 
48 Wander* 

H Exist 
M Exaggerate 
M puceltke fish 
51 Evergreen trea 
H Feminine 
appellation 

■ Afeatraet betai 
90 Winter vehicle 
B Inrtjne from 


TIL I THURS. ERL 'TIL 9 
SAT. TIL 7 
OAKCRKST FOODS S475 QUADRA 
i Plus 


, LUMILS. rUSAll SMS.J1- 

israST mSJSSl "nS; *llvri » *■«* *towd*n'a. BB BgdB. _ 

luckera. |M to »» drop back WANTED - CANOPY FOR 190 
lounge*, I3S.50: drop arm lav* aeat, chevy truck 1x8 bo*. Ph. 853 M2 

049; loot atoola and haaaoeka, 13.95 --——-— — 

to 17.15; Duncan Phyte table and 4 REFRIGERATORS AND FREES- 
back chalra, tU9; 5-pct ERS BOUGHT. J84-7HS, All-Temp. 

bi-oinetone dine tie tulle a 849.50 to /vv ,_,—n==r— Bn ,, Q -- TYmnc 

187,98; J-pce branzetone let*. 09: OOOD USED ROUSE DOORS, 
bedroom ault* complete, KM Mlilatream Rd Sappile* 47»-l|81 


WOODWARDS 
USED FURNITURE 
AND APPLIANCES 

| tyre 

779 PANDORA AVENUE 

386-3322, Local 216, 219 single bed* 827.50 to &1.50: Chert* JUNIOR GIRL S FIGURE SKATES. 

i-t drawer*. 81390 to 859; draaaert, „„ g_ia 477-5580. 

SI7.ro to 879; deaka 811 SB to 8*9; -- 

Mt of 4 oak chain, 829; china *4 SWAPS 

cablneta, 839 to 871; odd bufteta. ___ . 

NEW Si mM 1 w- MMMMMMMMMM 

BEDROOM SUITES *£di°r mATIF VOITR BOAT- 

portable aewlng machine, 829: TKAUE YUUK BUAl. 

-nipce SUITE DouUe portable typewriter. 829.50; retri* will take boat* In trade an » 

psece aunr, uuu ™ e eraior*. 839 to CM: carpet aweep- Meteor V6 K Cadillac H.T., or aa 

era. 85.86 to 813.11: vacuum, 811 Valiant Wagon. An cara In food 
and 839: rollaway rota. 07.50 to $a»a. Mercury Marine, 736 Clovar- 
-- W-*; wringer waaheia. 119. n to Ail*. 3868922. 

S189.95 MB; electric heat era, |2.8S to f 
Imitation log Are with tl 
1122.80; ImllaUm Ora place. 1 
sseT lire aereena, *5 96 to 818 80; 
double haaketa, 88.30; wardrobea. 


hundred! ai 

- ... .—.. to advertise. 

Pleaaa Shop Early for theaa terrific 
bargalna! 

STRICTLY NO SALES TO 
COMPETITORS 

IT PAYS TO RAAD THE SMALL 
PRINT! _ ' 


Rez |300 Try 8195 

57 BU1CK hardtop 

Reg. 8350 Try 8245 

59 CHAMPION Sedan 

Re*. 8«00 Try SJM 

M OLDSMOBILE V-8 

Reg. 8700 Try 84BS 

B ZEPHYR Sedan 

Reg- 1930 , Try 8699 

“ r« ux »oo ll “* ^ 

• voLkwagen IS* 

Reg. 81300 Try 1799 

« ENVOY EolC 

Reg. 8138) Try 81U* 

B OLDSMOBILE Hardtop_ 

Re*. 81*00 Tty 8139* 

87 DODGE "Charger 

Reg. 18730 Try 8K298 

you have our 8- 
ua tha aaaurance, 
, If any problem 


PUMLEY 
Since 1893 


_ Read, every word or tnii 

ad. WE aava by keeping uur ad 
email and Jamming it with bargain* 

AND WE PASS THESE SAVINGS 
ON TO YOU! 

CHECK AND COMPARE 

LOWEST PRICES IN TOWN 
No. 1 BANANAS, OAKCRKST DIS¬ 
COUNT PRICE .LB. 10c 

MIXED NUTS IN THE SHELLS 
No. L QAKCRE8T DISCOUNT . 

TURKEYS* ‘SrfaS’aeS d ™?T- 
utility, oakcrest discount single or double panel bed, 

PRICE .—--------LB 3®C hityh fwwifAl 

BACON, Sliced, Lean Rindlesi, QarK Mrcn IHBal 
OAKCREST DISCOUNT PRICE . 


SELECT USED 


SAVE 


HUNDREDS 


Remember . . . 
year warranty,. «1 
that we'll be tab, 
abould develop. 

NO HIGH-PRESSURE SALP* 
JUST BARGAINS 

S3 MG-TD - ■ VauzhaO—4* Com at 
41 Auatln — B Champion — 41 Ford 
B Mercury — 41 Dodga 
82 Pontiac — 40 Olda 
U Pairtaaa - 9T-AM 
N Peugaot — M Volvo 
C7 Charger — *8 Cha* 


g“; MMMMMMMMMM 

424.30; MODERN CYCLOS ML RANGE 
1; Ore with tank alvl aland for TV In good 
834.30 condition, or aML 888-5990 

SCHOOL BUS, TOP CONDITION, 

____,'URK Ideal for camper, trade far boat ur 

1060 Pandora 881-431] caah. 488-3M8. _|__ 

-. NEW 7" ELECTRIC BUILDER'S 2 S ,B ‘ 

u». (or rifle or platol. ancient or ■ Envo 
modern. SS2-3244. ® Ajlrtl 

"CHRISTMAS'* LIKE NEW, ISM GRANDE PARISI 48 Volta 

CARNIVAL OF CLOTHES ennr, wilt trad* for equity on houae. 38 OMi 

FEATURING 398-5063 after 4. _ M Lark 

MEN'S SUITS ffiL MjjmumngOR « gg 

Men'a fine Stated «dta tn »» ANTIQUB | g 

STtCF-l^® s S 

tailored luxury fahrlca and wide LATE VICTORIAN MARBLE TOP »Qw* 
Mf rll ii w 04 fitting! ped table, phone S86-718B. « ^ - 

TWO PANTS --— 2 HH 

ONLY J59.50 “ M'SCELLANEOUS TO C ““ 


Reg. {2495. NOW $2295 

98 AUSTIN 1800 setet. 

Reg. $21*. NOW $1888 

82 AUSTIN t80ae<lan. 

NOW $1095 

03 JAGUAR 3J automatic, 
radio. NOW $2195 

62 CORVAIR ted an. 

NOW $1095 

62 PONTIAC Parisfenm 3- 
door hardtop. 

NOW $1595 

61 FORD Gel axle 500 aedan. 
Reg. $3395. NOW $989 

Q AUSTIN station wagon. 

NOW $895 

60 MONARCH 
mabc, radio. 


Canada Cholca Lean 
ROAST OF BEEF 
DISCOUNT PRICE 
FRESH SAUSAGE 
CREST D I S C 01 


4 Oat about 

7 Intervale 

8 Arab chieftain 

9 Permeate 
19 American 

Inventor 
11 Aurictet 
U Chefa and 
Waldorf, lor 
Inatanca 
» Dena 
82 Revoke.a 
legacy 

24 Three-banded 
armadillo 
■ Declaim 
wildly 

21 Kind of coat 

ipl.l 

38 Calyx leal 


91 River valley 
M Maacultne 
nickname 
8E Rotating parta 
in electrical 
machinery 
40 Hebrew aacetic 

43 Leta tall 

45 The aggregate 

44 Pet canary’ a 
domicile 

47 Algerian 
seaport 
4* Wicked 
5i Weathercock 
SI Healing device 
S3 John (IrUh) 

5* Color 


VISITORS’ WE RENT CRIBS, 
rallawaya, high chalra, playpens, 
etc. Low rata* Reserve early. 

ROBINSON'S 
1307 Broad Street 8854429 


DOWN 
1 Tear* 

1 Notion 
8 Cob foodiluff 
4 Cholca part 
■ Membraanu* 


PRICE .2 LB. RAG. S5. 

MAPLE LEAF PURE LARD 
OAKCREST DISCOUNT PRICE 

.2 LBS. 39c 

^cmT 1 S “rice NATIONAL TABLE SAW 
. . 2 tins S 9 c with extensions— 

HEINZ BABY FOOD. OAKCREST T , „ 

DISCOUNT PRICE . B FOR B5t 10 dear .808.55 

MACARONI AND CHEESE DIN¬ 
NER. OAKCREST DISCOUNT Without eXtCTKiOTS— 

PR ICE ... v r Ku* vW 1 m | Mr>aa nn 

ACCENT. PKC.. OAKCREST DIS- To Clear ...i..$59.88 

COUNT PRICK..PKG 27c 

MINCEMEAT, NABOB Giant 44 ot HOMRC’RAVT TART P CAW 
Jar. OAKCREST DISCOUNT i j adljl SAW 

price . jar *7r and bench. To clear $150.00 

BONUS COOKED CHICKEN 2H lb. 

TOicE AKCREST DI9C 7?N U «C BEAVER TABLE SAW — 

ARROW AX FLOOR WAX Quar(«, To clear SR7 M 

OAKCREST DISCOUNT PRICE .*. 

.. .QT 79c.. ^ 


POWER TABLE SAWS 


V- 8 , auto- 
NOW $999 

60 PONTIAC sedan. 

NOW $898 

60 RAMBLER sedan. 

NOW $495 

59 CHEVROLET sedan. 

If somebody ever tells you NOW $333 

he drives an economy im¬ 
port wijii 96 h.p. engine 58 AUSTIN A 95, automatic, 
that goes 100 m.p.h. has a radio. NOW $777 

safer, impact absorbing 5? PLYMOUTH. NOW $175 

body, the safest suspension 

money can buy, 8 wrap- 55 RAMBLER. NOW $99 

inches .87 50 M. around air-flow system that uatttoatt v.i™ 

iled NATOLEANS, 19 ou ». ketps windows clear, that 55 VAUXHALL Vetoc 

Finchei 82-50 «*.. Paradiw it looks great, handles like 

m W w^var, pr jkso*Sf YoSj a dream, and that he bought 54 ZODIAC. NOW $195 

t*S* lo™ ‘Sn’ it u* for only $2025, be- 

'cagea Sm IKK id 847.30. lieve him. It's the DATSUN 54 STUDEBAKER. 

« - tT ta Tropiod a*. 1C0 °- the “more for your NOW $145 

m 'and Eydp maJ^ cr p o ae money car” at 

All cara winteri ze d 
The easiest place in Town 
The friendliest place 
fci Town 
To deal 

VISIT US TODAY 


RENT TO OWN 

Itaw aawtng machint, 82.30 waakty 


SAWYER 8EW1NG 


TAYLER’S 
USED APPUANCE 
SPECIALS 


ffi Fort at _ — ns 

GARAGE FOR RENT. ENCLOSED. 
810 monthly. 1200 block, Fort St 
388-5471. 


NEW DATSUN 
FOR 1968 


MISCELLANEOUS FOR 
SALE 


82 MISCELLANEOUS FOR 


WESTINGHOUSE 80" automatic - 

ranga with vliual oven, nice and |7 

ekan aoo nn 


WANTED TO RENT 
MISCELLANEOUS 


EATON'S 
Bargain Centra 
WAREHOUSE 


REMEMBER) 

FtoMbn buyen ara raafflag t 
Claoalflad Ada loday Pbcna 3M-21 
anc UM your arttclaa lor aada 

90 PETS AND SUPPLIES 


CHRISTMAS 

SPECIAL 

NEW ZENITH automatic 
WASHER, 6 cycle, posh 
button, 16 lb. capacity, AND 
matching DRYER. 

S499 with trade. 


automatic rang* with 
oven In toi- 


HONDA 

GENERATORS 


NEW INGLES PORTABLE DISH¬ 
WASHER—with doubla apray ar 
halda II placa aetllnga Each 238 

Eleotric power for any pur -(table lamps - with tn-iu 

_ , u _ awilch. aaaorlad color* Each 7. 

pose with the 1 

E 300—$230 
E 600—$300 
E 1000-4490 
E 2000-4645 
Diesel E 3000-41220 


nica condition 


ALL WITH 30 DAY GUARANTEE 

C. TAYLER 

707 Johnson 383-3281 


NATIONAL 


pottery ban. Each 3.49 

3-PIECE BEDROOM SUITE - 
dreaaer with Arhorita top, chert and 
radio headboard bed. Suita IS8.96 

OCCASIONAL TABLES—coffea and 
two-atep table* All for 2689 

2-PIECE CHESTERFIELD SUITE— 
green or charcoal Suite 34 95 

NEW RCA VICTOR IT' PORTABLE 
TV—with now vtata tuning. 

Each 129 99 

WISTTNGROUSE CLOCK RADIOS 
Each 29.98 

RCA VICTOR STEREO—all Iran ala 
tor. 3 function* Each 219.18 


% PRICE SALE 
of mis-matched 
MATTRESSES 


SAVE $120 
On Brand New 
McCLARY EASY 
AUTOMATIC WASHERS 
MAIS FURNITURE 
AND APPLIANCES 
1821 Cook 385-24; 


Jar, OAKCREST DISCOUNT 

PRICE .JAR 49c 

MONARCH FRENCH DRESSING, 
OAKCREST DISCOUNT PRICE 

..3 BTLS n DC 

Weatm'a STONED WHEAT THINS 
OAKCREST DISCOUNT PRICE 

.-.-.2 PEGS. 49c 

Llpton'a ONION SOUP. OAKCREST 
DISCOUNT PRICE . 4 FOR S8c 
Neatfe'a QUIK SHAKES. PKG. 
OAKCREST DISCOUNT PRICE 

. PKG. 2BC 

Calgary Packera HACON Na 1, 
OAKCREST DISCOUNT PRICE 

..LB. 79c 

INSTANT COFFEE Chase and 


Ask about WOODWARD'S 
Easy Credit Terms 


COLOR FOR XMAS 
25” ROGERS MAJESTIC 
odor TV. Walnut finish. 
$799 with trade. 


Ideal fior . . . 

—Contractors 
—Campers 
—Hunters 
—Yachtsmen 
—Farmers 

. . NEW MOFFAT 3IT RANGE — with' 

We alvo have a full line Ol infinite heat *wtlche», automatic 
, _ * * * i oven, timed appliance outlet. 

HONDA Industrial Each aus.M 

Equipment . . . new gibson range - automatic 

oven. Infinite heat awitche* timed 

Stationary Engines oU,,A 

Water Pumps new 13 cu. ft. roy freezer 

Power Tillers Each 218 88 

10 CU. FT. MOFFAT RE FRIG- 
SEE US tor information and erator. Each mss 

brochures. 

Summer Furniture 

PEARSON MOTORCYCLE CLEARANCE 

SALES LTD. r umbrellas. Each m m 


WOODWARD’S 


DAVID MOTORS LTD. 
U01 Yates SL 38641 


OLEWORTB aCOTTISH TERRIER 
pupptea Regd. Show and Pet 
Price* front 876 On view Sunday 
artemoan at 2912 Soaka Rd., 
Colwood 478-4324. 


2 ONLY! 


HOUSTON CAR-O-SELL 


81.96 to 84 95 MINIATURE POODLE PUPS.I 

while male* excellent paper* all) 
Trlmmlnga of fur on your artt or shots and tattoos, registered, IHKl. ■ 
die** After 6. 383-SSJI. 3s4-(BM and 

FOSTER FURS 38S-7BQS. 

792 Yalta SL 383-2514 — -- 

--- REGISTERED MI MATURE 

WE BUY AND SELL AT Duchshund pupplea up to 8 months 

The People'! Store 294 Go ward Rd., P reaped Lake 87 

PEOPLE'S TRADING POST a>ea *5 

2310 Trans-Canada Highway- _-— *4 

478-3933 GOOD SHEPHERD SHELTER. 85 

Open Sunday, 14 p.m. Mill Bay. We have Labrador*, 64 

-—-- black and golden. Tarrlara. S3 

GIRL'S CCM BICYCLE, GOOD Spaniel* Pupplea. 7465386 80 

condition; 1 pair of glrl'a skater-—- —— 5# 

alae 3; 2 pair ol boya' akate*. aim SPUNKY GOLDEN RETRIEVER s8 
7 and 8. almost new: 1 TV all- pupa, reglalarad Uttar Deposit wilt 
channel antenna with Iff maaL 476 hold til Chrlatmaa. 479-4494 or 478- 
3508 after 4:80 p m _ 1897. 

HACK TO . SC BOOL SPECIAL PUPPIES. 7 WEEKS OLD. ' 
New is- uMd typewrltara from <S0 father talack tib, mother aetler 

ig. ir SL asa 1 

' —_ — __ IRISH SETTER POPS. REGISTER- 

Poo^ Er^^lo^i. ^■ BL tUD L0C '“ h * V ’ n DriV * **“ ‘ 

Idlte naw, 8B5; playpen. 85: 3- —_- < 

brush Etectortua Boor pollrtier, ISO; REGISTERED 6 YEAR-OLD GER- 1 
a Webeor tape recorder, 85. 858*817 man Pointer, mate, reasonable to 

BEFORE YOU~PUT YOUR POWER V* fl *^ ho ?* - 

MOWER AWAY HAVE IT SERV UNREGISTERED PEDIGREE 
ICED AND SHARPENED AT du*. 6 week* okL Mr* Pitt, 1961 

RC ffl 2 P ?K MOWE 3^“ g55t D..ry RQ,d,_ . 

PUG 

light Poema of Inspiration . Lead- --—--- 

lng book department! 81.25-t? 75 DACHSHUND CROSS PUPPIES. 

- ——- good household pets, 835. 385-9923. 

FRESH TURKEYS. SMITH S orvvrrry pupptwc bxvw pft nh 
Turkey Farm. 478-1974. _ fhm^PhomPfre^l F ° R PET ° R 

&e»r m CROSSTOP -‘ THE DOGGY WASH- 

tr eear. 890- 384-3940. _ 3214 Dougla. _ 396-9994 

«M G 'imi«* WUiI ' 8PRAY CAIRN TERRIER PUPPIES I' 
corner. « —t _ Mrtito Kwutela. 479-288* I 

’ 1 ^ DOBERMAN PINSCHER, 1 YEARS 
Old, reaaonaMe. ia-8441. _ old. male. Phona 4769039. |: 

ROTrt T 'lS2^ftMl D 1 MALE 7-WEEK-OLD CAIRN I 

Royal Trust-Rental Dept S9IM311 Tartar pupa. 477-A348. _ i; 

2REST DISCOUNT^PRl^ ATTEfmON CONTRACTORS ^S. *** “ T ' ” LP 

from the Snulh FRESH CU See the new line of G.E. built 
BEHS. OAKCREST DIS- appliance* now on display 
XT PRICE -2 FOR 29r Rawlings. Wall ovens, cook to| 

IN DELICIOUS APPLES 1*0 hood* dlabwather*. dlapoai 
•REST DISCOUNT PRICE Plu* the complete Una of fin 
4 LBS 49c itandlng appliance* 
kRD SOUASH, OAKCPEST Cootraclor'* Dlacount AvaHahl* 

^od N1 r« F Nrtt»d Gem POT A RAWLINGS PLUMBING AND 

."’ d *n 7 .k N ^ n G S«^Tv. HEATING CO. LTD. 

rr r e r PRICE » Street 188-7J 


14 cubic ft. ZENITH re-1 
frigeratar, automatic de¬ 
frost. At the LOW, LOW 
Price of $277.77. 


USED CAR SELL OUT ! 1 


The Name Is 
Your Guarantee 


ONE ONLY! 

2 piece corner sectional 
CHESTERFIELD SUITE, 
copper color. 
REDUCED TO $179.95 


382-9121 


-NO DOWN PAYMENT- 
— EASY TERMS — 


SPEEDWAY 

VOLKSWAGEN 


DISCOUNT PRICE ROLLS »r 
SOLO MARGARINE, OAKCREST " T *'"■ 

DISCOUNT PRICE_3 LBS. 59c 

KELLOGG'S Inatant Breakfajt. 
OAKCREST DISCOUNT PRICE 

...2 PKGS. 49r 

Ocean Spray, Whola or Jellied; 

Cranberry Sauce, OAKCREST 
DISCOUNT PRICE . 2 TINS S7c 
Royal City Fancy PEACHES 14 07.. 
OAKCREST DISCOUNT PRICE 


CHAISE LOUNGE 


CUTTING AND WRAPPING 
INCLUDED 

OUR BUSINEES IS BUILT 
ON QUALITY MEATS 
SERVICE AND LOW PRICES 

VICTORIA MEAT MARKET 
625 JOHNSON ST. 


AAAAAAAAAA 

STANDARD'S 
BARGAIN ANNEX 
USED FURNITURE 
SPECIALS! 

2-plec* Cheaiertlekt Suite, coral. 


These choice used cars havt 
been traded in on the 1968 
Volkswagen. 


724 Fort St. 384-1021 

xxxxxxxxxxx 


Only *23 per moeilh 61 MERCEDES BENZ 190 S. 

including lax and I Irene*. , 

Brian holley motors Very clean throughout. A 

780 Broughton, 3M-3221 wry solid car and 

very nice m chevelle Mali- economical .$1295 

bu 2-dr. Hardtop, 6-cyL Automatic 

63 AUSTIN Healey convcrt - 
81,796 it-'iw Dick at 3*5-1731 day. jble, fresh new red paint 
eve* *77-4576 ... . JT-n- 


LARGE STOCK 
ut 

MENS SUPPERS 

at 

SPENCERS ANNEX 

FULLY LINED SHEARLINGS 

83.95 Pair 

SANDAL TYPE SLIPPERS 

81.75 Pair 

WARM CARPET SLIPPERS 
Foam rubber aniea 82.45 Pair 
POPULAR EASY SLIP-ONS' 

SUM Pair 

"LEI8URE-TREAD” Canadian 
made, tve>tone corduroy and 
tartan, team rubber aole 

12.95 Pair 

WASHABLE HEAVY TERRY 
CLOTH SLIPPERS, padded 
inaol*, Ideal (or travelling 

81 93 Pair 

INDIAN MOCCASIN. ALL 
LEATHER SUPPER, 

3 popular alyl**, 

made In CMnada 84 95 Pair 

"ROMEO'' ELASTIC SIDE or 
ZIPPER FRONT 85 95 Pair 

"FOAMTREDS" by Kaufman 


Desfc-Dreaaer. walnut, Daniah, mod- 


” ern. Arborite top, *ttractlve, nar¬ 
row tail boy mirror 89 00 

Lounge with arm*, make* Into bed. 


MAKE 

Someone's life easier 
THIS CHRISTMAS 


for . 124.50 

Night Table. Walnut Arborite . .19.50 
Hoateas Arm Chair . .UM 

USED APPLIANCES, TOO! 

Fi IgtdaLr* Autoanatlc Waaher.-.79.00 
G-E 30" Elertrlc Range 89.00 

Fhllco 28" Walnut TV -159.00 

Glbaon Frort Qaar R«h1*arator. 

2-door . .aj-2 

VcCtary Eaay Wringer Wartter.7600 
Moffat 30" Gaa Range *9 03 

STANDARD FURNITURE 
BARGAIN ANNEX 

843 Pandora tOpp. B C. Hydro) 

AAAAAAAAAA 


See the 

Display of Equipment 

at 

1012 BROAD ST. 
Bathtub raila 
Bathtub safety seats 
Bed trays 

•The New’ Book Butler 
AND MANY OTHER 
HOME-COMFORT AIDS 
For the handicapped 


REGISTERED BASSET HOUND I 
puppte* 479-1348. ___! 

REGISTERED COLLIE PUPS. 
Sable and white 4T7-2174. _ 

PUREBRED CHIHUAHUA PUPS 
|9B 386-1043 _ 

AMERICAN COCKER PUPPIES. 
4UM490 and 479480ft _ 

2 MALE POODLE8, 8125, REG- 
I ate red, and ahota. S8S-2064. 


VACUUM CLEANER 


FURNITURE 
of all kinds bought 
for caah 
388-6313 


SEWING MACHINES 

LARGE SELECTION 


AND MANY MORE 
TO CHOOSE FROM 
AT SENSIBLE PRICES! 


SURGICAL SUPPLIES 
LTD. 


TRUSSES 

SURGICAL SUPPORTS 
WHEELCHAIRS 
SALE or RENT 


THE CHRISTMAS 
GIFT THAT LASTS 
FOR YEARS 


SPENCER'S MEN'S ANNEX 
1110 Government St. 


a division of 
McGILL A ORME 
1021 Broad St 
384-8433 

—--- - <10 tnonMy'. * " ‘“ J ”*“* 

VALLEY MEAT MARKET . TRADER VICS 

Comer at Hapoy Vallay and 1517 O'*** 386 8364 

Lahrta Rda. Swtft Canadian Beat. Open Nlrt’tty ‘HU I pm 

VUS - aT!?'jr j^vJSFaafMFSK 

45c a 16- cleaned turkeya all alwi' I*d8** bag. *11 In 

'« • c 1 ™. 2rSera»JS«i w 1 * 1 ® 3 

price* Oven Sunday* Ffccm 47K g*y ■ «■ 393-9028 __ 

1081 ' __ FREEZER SPBCIAL 

DID YOU LOSE YOUR PLASTIC L “** ^rm? *“* 

awning or roof, in the last big gale? nmRnv.i rww'v. 

Next tlmt, biiy genuine Alaynlt* Farm 1 ^'ie*h*Crart» A *V„. 
corrugated aheettng, reinforced with T ^rtfh Cartel^^rirfuce** 

_ tough, atrong glaaa fiber* Co«ta __ tj>raen Pr(xtDr * 

40 GALLON HOT WATER TANK, * et wh *‘ V«J M PRICE SALE. WIGLETS. REG. 

pircelaln lined, 1 Crane hot water Si v .„ ,0 tu ln SM n ^. P'.*?* m ’ Bd , £°*2 **• Wl e„ r « *30 to no. 

boUai vdtn burner control* and SSS,SS I,! 1 “ hurtl * J Swltchea reg h8 to 185 All * 


SALE 

3/3 OFF EVERYTHING 
MANY BRAND NAME 
ITEMS 

Good quality ChrltUna* card*, every 
dav greeting card* by box 50c up. 
Coetume Jewelry tor every occaalorv 
I Gift Item* "•'•'re. 

228 Menzies St. 

James Bay 

Open till 9 a m. starting 
Dec, 7th. 


WOODWARDS 
APPLIANCES 
2nd Floor 


OWL DRUG CO, 


67 VOLKSWAGEN 1600 sta¬ 
tion wagon with custom 
radio. Balance of new car 
warranty. New price was 
$3075. NOW_$2775 


JOCKEY CAP. NEW. 
38*1920 

HAY AND STRAW! : 
Thornton, 852-1585. 

FOR MONEY IH A HURRY. WE WESTERN SADDLE AL1 

buy or loan mtaey on tool* gun* new. Jill Wto _ 

iand m mi cal Inatnimenta Broad- e-aac BHD ca! t 

Jobnaon Trading Centre, 837-819 CAKi PUK 


REGULATED POWER SUPPLY- 
Oregon D6. 2-H V. aunplle* OAOO 
V.D.C. at 500 MA. 1 Blaa (apply 
0-150 D.C. neg. 1-fltament aupply 


DAILY PICKUP SERVICE 
FREE APPRAISALS 

irVCT .r* ^.“oSrt KlHUi EVERY 7 SATURDAY 1 P.M. 

87600- ' ——— - 

Trana-World Enterprlae* Ltd. 

137 Dougla. St 386-190! 

COMPLETE SELECTION OF 
elertrlc raaor* for him or her. 

Victoria Centre tor train aela and 
acceaaorlea from 88.95 and up. 

Road rare let* and acceaaorlea, all 
xrpula. make*, from 816 
Remember we eervice what w<- 
aell B.C Shaver Shop. 743 Fort St, 


1 OWNER 


65 HONDA S90 with an 
available extras includ¬ 
ing helmet, like new $350 

66 MERCURY %-ton V-8 
motor. Heavy duty trans- 

Long box with 


LOCK COMBINATIONS CHANGED 
Key* titled to tocke. trunk*, writ- 
case!. etc. Safe* repaired. DOOR 
CLOSERS REPAIRED Kntvea 
■heart, (daeora, lawn mower* and; 
■wi aharptnad 

Two aervice truck* to give you 
prompt aervlce. 

Look* aupplled and Inetalled. 
PRICE'S KEY SHOP 
847 Fort Street _ 364-6221 

NOW IN VICTORIA. HEAD- 


mission. 
custom cab and radio. 
Excellent ..$2295 


tc*. Bdet quality. Canvaa block* 1 
50. Thla week only. TS2 Gold- 


67 SUNBEAM Minx, a spot¬ 
less 1-owner, only 11,000 
miles .—$1795 


one 3 x4'; old atyle braaa baae ami Strombeeker and Eldon n 
marble top coffee latte. For ahow- writing dealt new hand 

lng anytime. 1*41 OM. Eay Ave. . #i'«b5df IBM Tvpe-lbooka. picture* 

RADIO-RECORD PLAYER, 828; GE writer* atandard and Executive, mneou* junk W 
USED — GUARANTIED toaatar 12; kitchen aulte, Slfl; Aoorox 25 per cent off Hut price. | off Bay. 38*6541. 

„ . . _ waahlng machine IS: Singer hand NEW MACHINE —-- '-" 

Round bobbin treafle. 06 three machtw. 85; '58 Cbev, hlgheet caah Vour choice of 

*i*X22*® B5 ott * r - _ caiTlage length. 

8U Fort agH" SPARTAN APPLES aSitf M MOa L 

911 Fort Street *H-S228 Crisp, Juicy and flavour beet Ooept --- 

Bnnaninnimh r vprai m tt■ „ cold «tora*e), at orchard price*. HEAVY DUT 

““™°S°"*^TYraWRiraR6 Look ^ Saari | c (; Qc- pump mounted no 

Turo#rSi££» MaSSttof ill cna. rh » rdl ™ Btnij iX Rd. 9BB 20I6 tin. Overhauled 
1014 Yatea. lAnY'.n arAimem. rivTinus * S * 0 ' 


oindltiott. 

-394 


67 AUSTIN 1100 with custom 
radio. Only 4500 1-owner 
miles . $1695 


MAYNARD'S AUCTIONEERS 
Caah ulfer* uo all type* of fumt*h 

lng* M8-5191. _ 

WANTED - PIANOS, ORGANS, 
tnualoal inatrument* (or caah. Wlllla 
Maalc Studio. 1220 Broad 8* MS-5 442. 

WE BUY YOUR FURNITURE, 
mlacellaneoua or what have yooT 
Beat carti price* 183-9946 _ 

BLEST CASH PRICES FOR FURNI- 

iura. trunk* heatara Rellabla Uaad 
Fundture, phone 4869714. 

GOOD BO OKS A LWAYS BOUGHT 
HAUNTED BOOKSHOP 
MB Fort _ 383-1427 

WANTED — 18" TRUCK TIRES 
will consider old truck. Atale trading. 
388-8641. 


NEW FILING CABINETS 


4-drawer legal from . 871 95 

4-dra«ar letter from .10.95 

Many uaed (lacking chalra S3 each. 
Uaed wood** lounga cbalra Idaal for 
reception art* 

BAD OFFICE INTERIOR* 
88*012 


68 DATSUN with automatic, 
custom radio. Only 1000 
miles. $300 oft new price. 
NOW .$2195 


VICTORIA 

LAWNMOWER HOSPITAL 


'58 FORD 4-DOOR STATION WAG- 
no. V-8. autcenatlc. 8300 or offer. 


See these and many mar* 
good value used osra. 


Jahnaon SL 


PORTABLE GEHERAT 
INSTANT POWER - ANYW 
Ideal tor email powar tool*, 
a* boating and far c 


VICTORIA'S LATEX SPECIALISTS 
(21 yre. formulating experience) 
Our motto — HIGHEST QUALITY 
at REASONABLE PRICES 
DDCER-MARTENS PAINT CO Ltd 
1392 Wharf (Ft «< Yatea) 383-5658 

CHRISTMAS GIFT SUGGESTIONS 
Looking (or eomettiln* unique end 

appreciated throughout the year’ 
Prepaid gift coupon* (or taxi 
transportation at any time. 19 per 
booklet C A C Taxi. 383-1121. 


ra a CHXV BIBCAYNE 1 CYLINDIR. 
m AT. complete motor Job and trana- 
ind. miaelon M65144 aRer 8 p.to. 

, ™ ' H7 PONTIAC. I CYLINDER 
automatic, low mfiaage. Sacrifice at 
gMB 477-8376 _ ' 

'84 HUtCK SKYLARK, V-8, 2-DOOR 
hardtop bucket aeat* fully 
( equI ppeX 12.100. 1817A Haultaln St 

WHOLESALE WHY PAY MORE' 
NOTHING DOWN ARTS CARS, 

BURNSIDE AT HARRI ET_ 

« LAURENTIAN. PRIVATE. 8 


Under the Revolving 
VOLKSWAGEN. 


JOHN WALT ELECTRIC 


KILKI4*W<q 


CASH TOR FURNISHINGS 


USED APPLIANCES 

Wringer waehera from 810. 

Electric range* from 116 
Fridge* from 826 
Eaay Tema 
VAN ISLE VARIETY 
945 Ktoga Rd. -184-4336 333 

Teaaonabla I __________ 

lick up, de- NEW AND USED WASHERS AND AUTHENTIC SCOTTISH KILT FOR 
dryer* Ialand Waaher Salaa and gtri. Equivalent to Canadian rtaa 6- 
Sarvto* RS Chatham. 1*3-6418 U. 384-9927 rvrtonga 


SPEEDWAY 

VOLKSWAGEN 


TWO LADIES' COATS. 1 FULL a06 

length. 1 car roeL alae 18; 1 bcy'i ____ 

aoccer aeL boot alae 2. All In good PAT UTDj 
ccndltloo 384-5234 after 3:30 pm. Mr CALL DAVE 

MOTORDTC CUNT TORTURE _.P»»ESCWIpn< 
track, 3 cara. 88.50. Hockey game, NEW 8 FT. K 
85. Meccano No. * 8650. All ex- arborite tan 8U8 
cedent condition. 186-4067. cabinet* 4W-1923 

GIRL'S SIDEWALK BIKE VD. TWIN-NEKliLKl 
girl * bUa, 1 year dae 822 . table lng EnarMne; 
lamp B, boy a bika 10-12 year* fit lounga BPIMO 

182-9188 - 1 - 

HARDY BOY,--------- 

mlarellaneoua hooka. Two GT Joe|Term*. 384-7813, All-Temp, 
doll. With many aix^nee. chrome -nntTV <tnar. nnr. g 


JUNK CARS 


971 Yates 


810 Johnson 


ITEWIELD SUITE 830; TV 
lstall aquarium 17; ’38 Ford 
S83-2712 a ft** 3 pm. 

BER GE WRINGER, GOOD 


384-1866 S:l»V-8-.30 p m. only. TOYOTA COROLLA 

METEOR. l-DOOR. V-8. “THE CLEANEST ECONOMY CAE 
nattc trammlaitcaL romplete EVER TO COME FROM THE 
r Job Real (Van *MD_ OTHER SIDE OF ANY OCEAN!!” 

DE IN YOUR MOTORBIKE Who wanta an economy car that 
tot ipoUCaa 1*6 Dodga StaUou WD »'t get out of Ha own way and la 
Srt iSSSSlc. 384-M42 left belitod On toll.’ The TOYOTA 

-——— . -—rx COROLLA hae more power, a higher 

CHEV SEDAN DELIVERY, top epeed and better acceleration 
■ha pa, 8200 303-8412 or 478- than any other car In the HOB ce 
claaa And it fUH get! belter than 
46 ntttee on a galloa at regular ga* 


about 


livery, eetlmate, 83A-aSll. 

FLUORESCENT MELTON MOWBRAY PIES FOR 
hd F length*: 300, Chrlatmaa 1-lb, 3Jb, and S-Ib 

,_ ___ —__ _ja window*. 95«-lMO *Me: *1*0 Chrlatmaa cake, plum 

- 13 CU. FT. CBOSLET 2-DOOR —- . _ - ■ pudding*, mince tarta .herthread, 

TOM SWIFT AND (ridge and freeger combination. 886 RKPH IfiRRATOR QO... ELECTRIC cherry calc* and light frulL 

— "■ rmnw iao, ira viuxH4Jii oiack #i 2 S. 479-2424 

DIRTY SHAG RUG 9X12' , " ■ ■ ■ POOL TABLES, ALL SIZES. AT 

7V will waah It at Whtte Swaa 1 , B1K ° CAGE AND ITAND, 1 CY (h4 brsl price Your heat buy* are 

Launderetta. Fort af Richmond Rd. cloa oil range 885 or otter. 479-3279 , t Ampacn Hilliard* Ltd.. 3214 Doug 

2-PD9CE CM ESTER FIELD SUITE; BROWN ROCKER, HALL RUNNER **11. _ 

■-3K2-5213 DO baa* Hitaner accordion. 1328 4 Xl» • turquoiae; playpen 384-3W0. I OVK SEAT. CARPET. OCCAS- 

' ■ , - Grort SL. alter 6 __ ELECTROLUX VACUUM. GOOD '™t»< chalra lit gold tone. Pjlnlrtl 

C 82 K, S? E np tfto BbuiLE SI?i HIDE-AWAY BED «•”«' _ cheato of ale. 

a new heavy knit BOO. arm chair 83Q. curium made PORTABLE OLIVETTI TYPE. MEN'S GOOD CLOTHING SOLD 

, 818 381-JGj drape* 830. iiWIBl _writer. |G0 . 388-0753 and bought at th« Bamar Brian* 

MEN'S AND LADY'S CLOTHING, BATTERY TYPE HEARING AID, COMPLETE L47 PHILIPS DICTA LONG WEDDING DRESS SIZE 6 
rtaa 16 MM1. _ 825 Victoria Pnm Boa 4« phnne ISO 478-4336 _ 384-«W6_ 

WHITE FUR CAPE. VERY GOOD TUXEDO SUIT, SIZE 42-44 TALL, SOFA BED US. I BY 12 OVAL BOY'S HOCKEY SKATES. 636 8009 

acmrilttcn, 830 l 8M-I0DT. aaortieM ecndlUcn 876 384-98(0. green rug 816 MJ-71SL alter 6 


*» lkl ANGLIA DE LUXE. INDIAN 

Issrph^lfe t Z5r*« < at y 1 SAUNDERS tc HITCHMAN 

2040 Cadborrt Ba| 'toad 
383-7111 


k AHU r LJ^h Al- -uimii ■"■‘iiaio. ueai i ttlLlwMAIY 1DUII ■UtrWEAnr wm*n. .... M1 . __ w 

- WANTED — WINK OR FRUIT ,5^* irtth TSw’ trade H* rv *y 3884709 after* P-tTL 

RJhK^-3 CARAT. Prt*» 386-1093. ----- worth 8300 1 962 RAMBLER IN EXCELLENT 

L TTr - BOOT TYPE ROLLER SKATES. BRIAN HOLLEY MOTORS cnrvBOai KOI Call alter 6 all 

KMB90. alae 3 or 4 386-4325 750 EtaOUgbton 384-3301 day. Monday. 477-440). 

.E IRONER. 850. WANTED - WHITE MARBLE, 19M DODGE. V-8. GOOD CONDI- ISM MONARCH AUTOMATIC 

1411 imall or large plecei. 183 8026 Uoo. Pbooa 4762041. *—nam'ee'm runoing, 870. 47C-SU8. i 


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Vlllx fotartft Victoria, B.C., Thursday, Dec. 7 


VICTORIA JEW. 4T8-42SS 

k jeep « w o. v4 Piacur .sat 

to JHP 4 W.D. V-4 WAGON 131! 
H JEEP 4 W.D. PICKUP - 

« JEEP 4 W.U V-8 .*» 

*5 BEL AIRE WAGON V-4 
89 JEEP UNIVERSAL HUHS. 


too CARS FOR SALI 


SUBURBAN 


ENSIGN 


DAVID MOTOR8 


BRITISH CAR CENTRE 
YATES AT QUADRA 


NATIONAL 


CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH 


PRE-XMAS 

SELLOUT 


PETER POLLEN FORD 


YEAR END 
CLEARANCE SALE! 
SHOP NOW AND SAVE 


SEE TKE SENSATIONAL OATSUW 
1 -tad tracS Him. Pltenpa. flatdadR. 
ill ha liln. van*. eamperMta* and 
crulaar flimmn David HoUri 
Ltd »«II 


GET A BETTER CAR 
FOR WINTER DRIVING 


NO REASONABLE OFFER 
REFUSED 


MORRISON 


ON 

DOUGLAS 

"CORTINA 

HEADQUARTERS" 

EFFECTIVE 
IMMEDIATELY 
Due to the devaluation of 
the British pound 

DEDUCT 163.80 
From Hie 

1068 CORTINA 
prices listed below 

1868 

CORTINA 1300 2-door . $2243 
CORTINA 1600 de luxe $2383 
CORTINA Wagon ... $2664 
CORTINA G.T. Tudor $2643 
CORTINA G.T. 4-door .$2715 
F.O.B. Victoria 
Call for a free home 
demons tfatlon 

Sports models for the young 

at heart 


BE SANTA CLAUS 
For the whole Family 


DOUGLAS 


SATISFACTION 


PONTIAC BUICK LTD. 


WHERE THE 


— QO COLOR — 
THIS CHRISTMAS 


INFLATION FIGHTERS 
OFFER 

BEST USED CAR 
DEALS 


We unconditionally guar¬ 
antee that no one will 
■ell you a better car tor 
less money. We will meet 
or better any legitimate 
deal, 


66 ACADIAN 4-door station 
wagon, automatic . $2193 

66 VAUXHALL Viva 4-speed 
trammlsaion . $1485 

66 VOLKSWAGEN 

1300 model .$1496 

66 CHEVROLET Nova ee- 
dan, automatic, 
radio .$2395 


GMC Handy Van bui 
9,000 mllei, this unit ii 
fully equipped. Reg. price 
$2,796. 

XMAS SALE .$2,375 


SECRET HERO 


SPECIAL PACKAGE DEAL 
25" CLAIRTONE 
COLOR TV 
PLUS 


OLDSMOBILE Cutlass, 
loaded, 14,000 original 
miles, 5 mag. wheels, 
rod with black vinyl top. 
Reg. price $3595. 

XMAS SALE.$3375 


GEORGE BREWSTER 
61 PONTIAC s e d a n, 

V8 automatic. No ar- 
guement 1 Here h a 
V8 at a lower price 
than moat six-cylinder 
cars. Top mechanical 
condition ... $1( 


PREMIUM LATE CARS 


BUY A BRAND 


66 OORVAIR sport sedan, 
automatic .$2350 

66 CHEVROLET Caprice 
Sport coupe, V-8, auto- 
ole shift, 


A BRAND NEW 


67 T-BIRD 2-door Lan- 
deau hardtop, luxury 
equipped aa only T- 
Blrds are. Driven only 
9,000 miles. Replace¬ 
ment cost $7,100. Save 
$1500. 

SPECIAL .$5595 


MERCURY Parklane 
sedan, this is a $5,000 
luxury car new, fully 
equipped. Reg. price 
$3196. 

XMAS SALE.$2985 


1968 VALIANT 


DODGE - 

Polar* • Monaco 
Dart or 


Coronet 


PLUS A 


matic, 

bucket seats, power steer-1 
ing, power brakes, 
radio.$3195, 


New Wheels . . . $8.88 

<Oirv. Ret) 

Othar miiia and aim in aloek. 

Used 13. 14, 15 
wtMii ta note. 

WESTERN OK TIRE 
STORE 

2968 Douglas St. 

(^i blk. south of Mayfair) 


25" CLAIRTON 
COLOR TV 


WEN STRANDELL 
85 CHEVROLET Bel 
Air—8, standard trans¬ 
mission. A real steal 3 


1987 

Plymouth gtx hardtop. 

Finished In Viking Blue, 440 
super V-8, automatic, power 
steering and brakes. 
SUBURBAN PRICE 
$3895 


67 CHEVROLET Impels Su¬ 
per Sport, V-8, 327 engine, 
automatic, conaole shift, 
radio $3595 


FALCON da luxe station 
wagon, vinyl interior 
with radio, real sharp 
Reg. price $2195. 

XMAS SALE .$1895 


SAVE $HUNDREDS$ 

on this SPECIAL 
package for a limited 
time only 


66 HONDA Sports, very 
low mileage, this is a 
■harp little sportster 
that the girts wiU just 
love. 

SPECIAL .$1495 


DAVE SNAPE 
85 CHEVROLET Bel 
Air 4-door sedan, aoto- 
matic transmission; 
low mileage and clean 
throi*crhaut. A clean 
family car 


66 BUICK Skylark Sport 
Coupe, V-8, automatic, 
console shift, power 
stoering, brakes, radio, 
bucket sents . 53195 


BRITISH CAR CENTRE 
(Div. of Peter PoHen Ford) 
Yates at Quadra 384-5555 


65 VALIANT V-100 Auto¬ 
matic 6, the cleanest one 
in town, only 8,000 origi¬ 
nal miles. Reg. price 
$1,975. 

XMAS SALE .$1,795 


OUR NEW LOCATION 
_ an Blamnard Street 
Yaur Car s “Hear t• U the. _ 

BATTERY 

r a Mrona. aora Mart mil Hftia 
GET aa "ACME” 
LOWEST PRICES 
IN TOWN 

DaBvirrt and Until ltd 

FRANCIS BATTERY A 
TIRES LTD. 
lUtreadlns flpadalltte 

HB-TOB3 


66 METEOR Montcalm 
4-door hardtop, driven 
only 10,000 miles, 
vinyl roof, fuHy equip¬ 
ped. Replacement cost 
$4100. 

SPECIAL.$3295 


$89 PER MONTH 


63 BUICK Le Sabre sedan, 
automatic, radio, power 
steering, brakes 


RttLMAN 1 SEDAN 


PAT MURPHY 
j 199S 65 CHEVROLET Im¬ 
pair station wagon. 

64 BUICK Le Sabre sedan, 327 V8, automatic, 

automatic, radio, power electric rear window, 
steering, brakes $2395 Licence 6159.. 

66 PLYMOUTH sedan. 

automatic . $2395 HERB HILL 

A 4-door hardtop, if 

65 PLYMOUTH V-8 sedan, you vwuki rather, with 
automatic, radio $1995 mileage (23,000) 

60 VALIANT atation 31x1 

wagon. $895 mcnt (283 "***■ 

automatic tranerrla- 
60 CHEVROLET si on, radio) plus 

station wagon.$895 power steering. A tur¬ 
quoise mete the . 

AIL CARS WINTERIZED 
__ ^ ART BOYER 

ermine wt*^ 

terior trim. Only d “- V8 > 

22,000 miles .$1995 S? 0, ?™ Jces - 

Blue with matching 

64 PONTIAC Lnurentian se- interior. 

dan, automatic, radio, 

beige . .$1795 ART HARRISON 

63 PONTIAC sedan, green 65 CORSA 2-door hard- 
with harmonizing interior *°P' bucket seats, 4- 

trim . $1595 speed transmission, 

custom radio. Only 24,- 
60 PONTIAC Laurentian se- 000 miles. No down 
dan, automatic, payment. $63.00 per 

ra< *° .$895 month. First payment 


NO DOWN PAYMENT 


month 


65 DATSUN atation wagon, 
very hard to find model, 
fully reconditioned, radio. 
Reg. price $1495. 

XMAS SALE.$1295 


67 DODGE Dart 4-door se¬ 
dan, big slant 6, 3-speed 
automatic, custom radio, 
vinyl interior. Whitewalls 
and wheel discs. 

NOW .$2595 


66 COMET Capri, 6,000 
miles, automatic, 
completely as new. 
SPECIAL.$2595 


CLARK 1 AUTO AND 
TRUCK PARTS 


62 CHEVROLET 


Biscayne 
2-door tedan, qustom 
radio. 

SALE PRICE $1191 
No Dawn Payment 
$40 PER MONTH 


DATSUN 2000 


n» DOUGLAS ST. _ 8to$sa 

RINGS. BEARING* GASKETS, EX- 
chin** hrakeiHoee. drum lurnlnj, 
phi Dtttns. valve Ml marhlnln*. 


66 MUSTANG V-8, auto¬ 
matic, power steering. 
Hurry tor this one. 
SPECIAL.$2595 


3-apeed automatic, 1 
owner case history car. 

NOW .$2295 1966 

ACADIAN Beaumont con- 
66 PONTIAC Paris fence 2- vertibfe. Finahed to flame 
door sports hardtop, V-8 red with V-8 and automatic, 
automatic, ouatom radio, power steerfe*, and brakes, 
power steering, power Very clean with low miles, 
brakes. Only 15,000 miles. SUBURBAN PRICE 
NOW .$2795 $2895 

64 CHEVROLET Bel Air 4- 
door sedan, 6-cylinder, 
automatic, custom radio. 

Only 23,000 case history 
miles. 

NOW .$1993 


59 FORD Fairlane 500 se¬ 
dan, the luxury model 
from Ford, fully equip¬ 
ped. Reg. price $795. 
XMAS SALE .$445 


66 CHEVELLE Malibu, 
only 3,500 miles, auto¬ 
matic, radio, power 
steering, used in name 
only. 

SPECIAL.$2695 


63 FORD Fairlane 500 se¬ 
dan, V-8 motor, auto¬ 
matic, radio. 

SALE PRICE $1696 
No Down Payment 
$55 PER MONTH 


It. 386-6188 LANGFORD AUTO WRECKERS 

— ■ 10Tl COLDSTREAM _ fTS-Mti 

, VtBERGLAS HARDTOP FOR IIQ 

?r ^SSSST'SSi. assa-iaa nmiert awq ten..« 
lh your trod* with WRECKING 5* EORD AND N 
Pontiac, 4T8-U86. 

BRIAN HOLLEY MOTORS —-■ .— - 

730 HroUftAon atoSttl « VOLT CAR GAS HEATER ISO. 

—— - -SMhl97J after I p.m. 

to R-P VOLKSWAGEN MOTOR. |9S 

COMET Caliente carver- * u °n- British Racins town. Il.lte « 81 OT after « p-w. 

tible in light blue. V-8 auto- ^yj afS - airaproMii and ,0i aUTO * epa,rs - 
m-tic, o-wer steering, CUS gtfmiL? hum U"iSERVICE. TOWING 
tom redid. boinjr Motor*, your Import Car ——— -— 

nimihnm I,,.., ,-, ,. Showy lac*, 7S0 Broughton, 184-1181. 

19H TR AlC ~REBUILT ~ POWER SPEEDWAY MOTORS LTD. 
tialn, new lop. radio, overdrive, 971 Yatea 

8885 or Mat otter. Phone Robert, 

G 7-MM _ Your Volkswagen Parts 

■n mga ia». a tops; almost and Servica Centre 

new apart motor and tran*ml**lon. 
ear need* a mil* body work. 4ML 385-2415 

Phone J85-217!. ( to 11 pin. 

mn JAGUAR MARK IX. NEEDS _ , .. “.. LYZtT^nw 

paint. Phone IM-3M3 day*. I1MO FAST. TOP QUAUTY RAD IATOR 
eve*, and waakenda. 

68 XKE COUPE. EXCELLENT 
rendition, am. MATH, 

1*1 TIRES 


HONDA MO 
ll.HI or U 
and Uaanea 
tsoa. 


No reasonable offer refused 

64 CHEVROLET sedan, ( 
cylinder, automatic, 
pearl white with red in¬ 
terior. A dandy family 
car. Reg. price $1795. 
XMAS SALE 


65 PONTIAC Parisienne 
4-door hardtop, fully 
equipped and in beau¬ 
tiful condition. 
SPECIAL .$2595 


64 FORD Custom sedan, V-8 
motor. 

SALE PRICE $1696 
No Down Payment 
$55 PER MONTH 


$1445 

G3 VALIANT Signet 200 
hardtop, bucket seats, 
radio, automatic. 
Make this a steal. Reg. 
price $1695. 

XMAS SALE .$1395 


65 MG-B Sports Road¬ 
ster. This is a beauty. 
A hard to find model. 
SPECIAL .$2095 


65 DODGE 880 2-door hard¬ 
top, V-8 automatic, power 
steering, power brakes, 
custom radio. Only 17,000 
one-owner miles, cost 
new $4,400. 

NOW .$2,595 


We Invite you to join 
GORDE HUNTER 
on Sports 
Radio 900 
CJVI 

5:50 P.M. Dally 


65 FORD Fairlane, 6 clyin-l 
der, automatic, radio, 1- 
owner. 

SALE PRICE $1995 
No Down Payment 
$65 PER MONTH 


63 ACADIAN 2-door, 
green . 


64 FALCON, automatic, 
radio. Extremely 
olean. 

SPECIAL .$1595 


63 FORD Galatie 300. 390 
V-8 automatic, radio, nice 
and clean. Reg, 

Price .$1595 

XMAS SALE .$1275' 


REMEMBER — 
MORRISON'S FOR 
MORE IN TRADE 
AND 

EASY TERMS . . . 
NQ PAYMENTS 'TIL 
END OF JANUARY 


TRUCK BUYS 

64 GMC (4-ton Pickup, 

potetraction .$1695 

65 GMC 14-tan Pickup $1895 

68 GMC ^4-tan Pickup $2595 

57 GMC Chenis and Cab, 
Model 9643, 156 W.B., 4- 
speed transmission, 2- 
speed axle, 261 engine, 
20,000 G.V.W. ..$895 

57 VOLKSWAGEN Van $395 


65 PLYMOUTH 4-door 
sedan, slant I, automatic 
tr&nsmfetion, 


CARS ! ! ! 

CARS ! ! f 
CARS 1 ! 1 
At the lowest 
$ difference in Town 


TRANS-WILL AUTOaiti 
oMcn epedatlSM, SM-3 
fcuto trftnamuilana fr u t ft 


63 MERCURY V-8 auto¬ 
matic, radio, power 
steering, A luxury 
unit In every respect. 
SPECIAL .$1695 


63 VALIANT Signet con¬ 
vertible, 6-cyUnder, stan¬ 
dard transmission. Reg. 
$1795. 

XMAS SALE .. t -..$1545 

65 AUSTIN 1800 sedan, nice 
and clean, nice and 
roomy. Reg. price $1895. 
XMAS SALE .$1675 


power 

steering, black. Executive! 
roof. 

NOW.$1895 


SUPERLINE TUBELESS 
750-14—Nylon 

Limited quantity to clear at 
$14.95 (ex.) 

DAD TIRE LTD. 
Victoria Duncan 

382-7283 746-7191 


65 VALIANT V100 2 - door 
aedan. 

SALE PRICE $1696 
No Down Payment 
$55 PER MONTH 


1966 

CHEVROLET aedan, V-8 
automatic, radio. Maroon in 


j65 VOLKSWAGEN 1500 
Station Wagon, 

NOW .: 


BUDGET SPECIALS 


Good. Clean 
CARS AND TRUCKS 
WANTED 
Cash in 5 Minutaa 
— PUMLEY — 
1010 Yates St 


colour. 


63 PLYMOUTH sedan, 
automatic, radio. Hur¬ 
ry for this one. 
SPECIAL .$79S 


64 DODGE 4-door sedan, V-8 
automatic, cuitom radio, 
power steering, ax taxi. 
NOW .$895 


65 VALIANT V100 2-door se¬ 
dan, automatic train. 
SALE PRICE $1898 
No Down Payment 
$60 PER MONTH 


1988 $1 DOWN 

RAMBLER 770 aedan, 8 jl A WEEK 

cylinder aundard, to deep Buys a New Goodyear Tire 
turquoise, 11,000 miles s** u* far arms* Remans. Whe* 
eo-ac Alignment Shock* and Mutner* 

*2195 bn. Baer "'•mm 


Family budget terms 
1st payment in 1968 


FOR A GOOD DEAL 
AND 

A GOOD DEAL MORE 
TRADE NOW 


64 MORRIS station wagon 
new paint, new tires 
throughly reconditioned. 
Reg. price $1695. 

XMAS SALE .$1471 


62 FORD Sedan, auto¬ 
matic. New motor re¬ 
cently in our own 
shop. Sharp new two- 
tone paint. A real buy 
for someone. 
SPECIAL .$995 


63 SUNBEAM Alpine hard¬ 
top. Priced to seel im¬ 
mediately. 

NOW .$1195 


65 CHRYSLER Windsor 4- 
door sedan, V-8 motor, 
automatic, power steering 
and brake*, radio. 

SALE PRICE $2797 
No Down Payment 
$92 PER MONTH 


62 DODGE Dart de luxe 4- 
door sedan, slant 6 auto¬ 
matic, custom radio, 1 
owner, case history auto¬ 
mobile. 

NOW .,$1C95 


62 ZEPHYR aedan, radio. 8 
cylinder standard shift 
model. Reg. price $895. 
XMAS SALE .$545 

51 A U S T I N Westminster, 
genuine leather uphol¬ 
stery, big 6 engine. A 
$4000 car new. Reg. price 
$1395. 

XMAS SALE .$1073 

61 HILLMAN sedan, 4 on- 
the-floor, ideal second' 
car. Reg. price $896. 
XMAS SALE .$445 


TRUCKS 


EMPRESS 

PONTIAC BUICK LTD. 
900 Fort S t 845 Yates St. 
BURNSIDE TEXACO 

195S D OD GE S lUtomiQc * 19 - 

1SSJCHEV V-8 RgdiO . . Sk 
im PREFECT. ' 

Your Volki< 


WE BUY 

CARS FOR CASH 
SPEEDWAY MOTORS 
971 YATES STREET 


61 PONTIAC 4-doot 
hardtop, V-8, auto¬ 
matic, radio, power 
steering. Not ■ 
cleaner one anywhere, 
SPECIAL .$1295 


CHRIS KJAER 
65 FALCON 2-door 
family sedan, 6 cylin¬ 
der for economy. A 
nice low mdleege ixiit . 


1065 hauls a torn, cuts coata up to 

METEOR Rldeau 500 V-8. 50 per cent, number 1 sell- 
automatic, power steering jng import truck in North 
and brakes, radio. Sharp America, full price fully 

two tone equipped 

*21® $2096 

1985 DAVID MOTORS LTD. 

PLYMOUTH Wagon, 6 cylln* 1101 Yates St. >88-8168 
der, standard transmission «| roRD ncx~UP. RKKDS mo 
F inished to Pebble beige. u*_*ork. ni ra-ossr_ 

>1899 at oooSs par kit as new 

*_ Qun* ate. «.us. ms-ms. 

1965 “ . 

METEOR Montcalm hard- fto/’e • 

bucket Winmmr 


1 60 ENVOY wagon, 
dual purpose unit. 
NOW . 


66 FORD 


Custom sedan, 
automatic transmission. 
SALE PRICE $2191 
No Down Payment 
$72 PER MONTH 


;n Specialist 


KASH FOR YOUR CAR 
Phone KEN anytime. 
SUBURBAN MOTORS 
388-8131 


60 DODGE 4-door sedan, V-8 
automatic. Only 53.000 
miiea. , 

NOW .$495 


ARNIE SUMMERS 
66 CHEVROLET Im- 
pala 4-door hardtop. 
Automatic transmis¬ 
sion, power steering, 
radio, fuHy equipped. 
In mint condition.1 


60 VAUXHALL atation 
wagon, new paint, 
very clean, ideal tor 
taking the ldds to 
school. 

SPECIAL .$695 


CASH TOR CARS 
an can*l*nm*nl at a tnlte- 

ABGffKlD MOTOR! 


66 CHEVROLET Biscayne 4- 
door sedan. 

SALE PRICE $2191 
No Down Payment 
$72 PER MONTH 


60 CHEVROLET Impala 4- 
door sedan, automatic, 
power steering, radio. 
Very nioe. 

NOW .>995 

60 PONTIAC 2 -door sedan, 
6 cylinder, standard 
trane., runt well. 

NOW .$595 

59 VAUXHALL VelOx se¬ 
dan. Good transportation. 
NOW . $295 

57 PONTIAC 2-door hardtop. 
V-8 automatic, power 
steering, power brakes, 
ridio. 

NOW .$395 


7H Oaldattaam 


64 MERCURY Econoline 
camper. A hard to find 
model. Reg. price $1895. 
XMAS SALE .$1495 


60 PONTIAC Parisienne 
2-door hardtop, V-8, 
automatic, radio. This 
is a sharp, hard to 
find model in spotless 
condition. A young 
man's delight. 
SPECIAL .$1095 

59 FORD. Sharp, two- 
tone and an excellent 
low price family car. 
SPECIAL.$595 


OPEN EVENINGS 


top, V-8 automatic, 
I seats, radio. 

12396 


2 XMAS SPECIALS 
VOLKSWAGENS clean and 
classy. 

$475 and $575 


66 PLYMOUTH Fury n se-l 
dan,, automatic traramk- 
aion, radio. 

SALE PRICE $2494 
No Down Payment 
$82 PER MONTH 


COME CHRISTMAS 
SHOPPING 

FOR A BETTER USED 
CAR1 


By HOWARD 8CHENKEN and RICHARD L. FREY 

Wue “In a multitude 
auto- °* councellar*," goe« 

the proverb, “there la y*|| 
safety-’' So ii there In v • 
none at all. This was 
our conclusion after 
inAav kibitzing thli hand at 
^ the Fall Nationals in vr c 
deep New Orleans. Jvf 

, The unfortunates m . 
who held the West a . 

cards were faced with f v 
.. . one of the recurring 
Tl, problems of modern 
000 1 bridge: whether to 
enter the bidding with 
a borderline hand after 
an opponent had 
opened a weak no Tleklddiagit 

■ trump. There is pres- »o«tk leal Nerib East 

v ™ te - roily a rash of differ- * N-T. P*ee * • P«e« 

ent conventions that * ^ p *“* *N.T. All Paee 

aim to solve the prob¬ 
lem, and many experts ®P*aiag i«*8: Diamond tight 
auto- therefore advocate ao- 
,oW,r tlve measures against 

the waak no trump-chough there is no unanimity as to 
which convention works best. 

It is our conviction that the best counter to the 
weak no trump is to remain silent on all borderline r 


NORTH 
♦ 0«7« 
AKO 
0 J 94 

+ 988 


6 month warranty 
in writing 
easy terms 

all cars winterized and 
ready to go. 


66 DODGE Polara 88D 2-door 
hardtop, V-8 motor, auto¬ 
matic, power steering, 
radio. 

SALE PRICE $2888 
No Down Payment 
$95 PER MONTH 


MORRISON 

CHEVROLET 

OLDSMOBILE 

LTD. 

305(1 DOUGLAS STREET 


58 PONTIAC automatic. 
A very clean, good 
looking unit. 
SPECIAL.$495 


DAVID MOTORS LTD. 
VOLVO - DATSUN 
Sales and Service 

1101 Yatea St. 


$$$$$$$$$$$$$ 

SAVE HUNDREDS $ $ $ 

1987 DODGE-DARTS 
CORONETS 
POLARAS—MONACOS 

GOOD SELECTION« 1 1 

$$$$$$$$$$$$$ 


3888161 


AUTO- 1 
ir beat 


OPPOSITE MAYFAIR 
385-5777 

mmmmmmmmmm 

mmmmmmmmmm 

mmmmmmmmmm 


■«a CADILLAC. BODY AND IN- 
tertar Inugulilt, mech.nleelly 


MORE THAN 100 


■ruDBj*r must mi, 'in olds 

hlrdtnp coupe, W) food. IBM. S94- 
•031 

um PONTIAC STRATO CHIEF 


TOP QUALITY CARS 


58 FORD. Hurry tor this. 


ON DISPLAY 


■— NATIONAL - 

CHRYSLER - DODGE 


late ANGLIA U43. CAN BE SEEN .^1 licrv. m "" 

Na U W Hllteiee. >«er 0 30 p.m BRfiuTHOLLEY^SOTOlU 

H VOLKSWAGEN WINDOW VAN _1 50 Broughton, aw-3321 

W» emtn after 4 p.m. 18*7 DODGE DART GT. ZIS CU. 

Jim CORVAIR MONZA. IMMACU- ™ ;J0 ■»>*••- h-loB, red u 
kM OBaSBkB. Phone CM-lttl. bleek, coneote, aulomaOc cerpe 

. --— l>uck«f **»U, W-welie, rmdlo Cl 

un MODEL A 3 DOOR RSSTOR- be Mn at 48 LIMen AVi., t» ci 
•bla. for tala or trade. Pfa. 183-S838 884-3038. Thl* car U well eared tor 

b tew ai M ■ and T p.m. --—- 

=-- r r aiveaTTni w NOTHINa DOWN, 1841 

22t “ COWVXRTIHI -“ Mini UW, only 1381 

■■ PONTIAC 1DOOB EXCELLENT H*ntet 
■Bneitton. 8 new Bre a. S8M2T8 - 

■to VOLVO 4-DO0R sedan, i 

u wn w . Aa new. n,«K toa-iam. 

•to CHEV ML AIR. ALL POWER. 

MW rubber 386-7387. _ 

no PONTIAC HARDTOP. 88*0: 

]« Hat. 140a Phone 888-8509 

REPOB8ESIED CARS NOTHING 
down. Payment* only 383TM4 

COMPACT CAR. SELLING OUT- 
rlght or conalder trade. 888-7033 , 

■» SEDAN. AUTOMATIC, POWER 1 

ataerlne. 8>4B 888-70M 

LA DTI SECOND CAR. TAKE 


UNDER THE 


55 P O N TIA C Sedan, 
better than average. 
SPECIAL.$295 


819 YATES STREET 
384-8174 


BIG SIGN' 


TRUCK 




AUSTIN 
at tU 


FALCON Tudor, 8 cylinder, hands. If aggressive action on your part would have 


84 FORD pick-up, driven 
only 18,800 miles. 
Spotlcse condition. 
You can’t better this 
anywhere. 

SPECIAL .$1416 


standard transmfsalon, radio, succeeded, chances art you will also get a rather good 
$796 result by playing passive. 

Hurry to On tills deal, the only E-W pairs who soured a plus 

SUBURBAN were those who did not bid. After South had clambered 

“COUGAR COUNTRY" •D* 0 three no trump, wlthcRit Opposition, West led a 

N diamond, wan in dummy. Declarer finessed the spade 


ENSIGN 


tte to. 8BB-T8KL _ 

IM ACYL 1 -DOOH SI 
standard witt oversnva. 
d It Ion. Good mlteefi* 8308. 


.CRIFICE 


CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH 


three point motors ltd. 

It Johnson SL I88S8I] 


hbalnm hour* only, _ 

*84 CRKV HARDTOP, NEW RINGS 
blake*. Kina Sin*, rsoent valve 


1881 A CADI 


930 Yates Street 


nine, losing to the Jack. Now, West could tell, from,, 
South's negative response to the Rtayman enquiry „.nv 
declarer could not have four hesrt tricks, and could 
therefore not make game even If presented with a 
seoond diamond trick. So Wait played the diamond ace 
and diamond queen, establishing enough tricks to set 
the contract when he got back in with the spade king. 

(A asU-MoauM syndicate Festur*) 


1060 Yates. 384-1144 
Open Until B p.m. 


366-2411 


Open weekdays till 9 


llll CHEVELLE 3-DA HARDTOP. 
■imSar* I ryl„ white with rsd 
inter 4TW3S4. 


LisTiK ooon iNam*. on. 


ON 

DOUGLAS 

386-8131 


HILLMAN. 


■LAC. 1900 OR TRADE 




























































































i mum i 


lELLWG’ CASK OR COIJ! 
Kr artB CAR BALES. H 
gf pK AT HARRIET. MMKtt 

UP-BLAND BUYER WILlT 
«r v» far clean 1*5* And 
podalL Contact BW 1 I. 


VACANCY FOR L ONKLY. 
chronic or blind peraort. Nuralng 
car* given. Diet* arranged. Victoria 
Prtia. Box 439. 

EVENTIDE REST HOIIX IN SII> 
ney hai vacancy (or couple, ladle* 
or gentlemen Larjt TV room 


manager. _ Idea** 

SUB-RECENCY ARTS. 1*75 Lee HZ ------ 

Avenue Spariou two bedroom OAK RAY. LARGE MODERN 1- 
autta. CVm to Jubilee Hoapl- bedroom suite, dean, warm, quiet 
tal. Excellent ahoppmt and Near abope, bua. beach, (86 Quiet 


t CAN USUALLY OBTAIN A 
HIGHER PRICE (or your aecond 
mortgage or agreement VICTORIA 


DUPLEX 
2316 QUADRA ST. 


LOVELY, PRIVATE, MAIN FLOOR 
- 183-104. 


RJTZ APARTMENT HOTEL 
DOWNTOWN 

Neat RatoD'i and SalereaFa Com¬ 
fortable, reasonably priced borne- 
keeplng too mi and suiter. by day, 
wee* or month. Elevator service. 
For mn and ladles. TU Foci 8L 
383-I02L 


12*5 BALMORAL STREET 
RENTS PROM SH TO 
OOl MONTHLY 

19 ALCOVE SUITES 

UNIQUE DESIGN SUITABLE 


DOUGLAS HAWKES LTD. 

OTA Fort St 814-7126; itt (IIHC 


1-BEDROOM FURNISHED SUITE 
for retired couple, prefer Esquimau 
area. Pb. 382-301, evening!. 


3 SUITER 
CLOSE IN 
TRY $1,500 DOWN 

Older stucco triplex In good 
j condition. Let us show you 
jhow to purchase this prop¬ 
erty for only $1,500 Down, 
and only $40 per month in¬ 
cluding taxes. Let your ten¬ 
ants pay the mortgage. 

Full Price $17,950 

DICK JAMES or ED JUPP 
385-2481 

Swinertton, Stewart Clark, 
Ltd. 


C. A. C. REALTY 
LIMITED 


FURNISHED. 1-BEDROOM UPPER 
duplex- UUKtlea. near Beacon HIM 
Park and buUdlnra. Garage Gen¬ 
tlemen preferred. SH- 1 XT 


and on a BUSY MAIN --- 

THOROUCHFARE. Turnover ap¬ 
proximately *5.000 par annum and .. A Special 

with longer hour* can easily be FOUR SUITES 

doubled. This unique property Also 3 3-badrooma and 3 I Mam 
h»* • WATERFRONT HOME with completely self-contained, In axnai- 
larre living room faring the lain. 3 lent condition. Pleasant aubnbaa 
bedrooms, ultra-modern kitchen and looatloc. Asking price (■ BOO with 
de luxa bathroom. Ycai must aaa to rood terms McCandlee* Realty, 830 
believe how deatrabl e B U , as It Fort St, 3*MB11, Eve'e Mr*, 
also INCLUDES 3 OTHER STORE RamadaJe. 3M-56S5, or Mr. Neretcn 
PREMISES RENTED cut FOR WbKa K2-0*70. 

EXTRA INCOME FUM price **,- --- - -—— 

800 Phone Victor Wont, 3BM« BEAUTY PARLOR 

anytime. Byron Price Realtors, 131* In the growlngaet town In B.C., * 
Quadra SL dryers 3 ha lira doing 130,000 yaar 


Offer unique 
2 nd mortgage 
facilities 


SCOTT APARTMENTS 
ExtTWlarga LUX room! lor mlddla- 
agad or alderly tenants Hot and 
cold water, gai ranges, cablevtatoa 
ail room*. (950 up weekly, m im 


13 Year* Term 
to Per Cent Advance 
etltive RaLai 
tnuMa Charged . 

lymeni PrlvUegee 

Existing mortgage* 
Purchased for cash. 

perty improvement loans 
also available 


PRINCESS PATRICIA 


NEWLY DECORATED, 1 LARGE I 
bedroom*, aitling room, partly 
furnished (or quiet tenant* Naar 
Victoria High School. 984-0127 

BRIGHT 3-ROOM. MODERN DU 
pexee. (72 50 heat Indixkd. rear. 
1219 Old Eaqulmalt Rd. 

Tm houses to rent 
FURNISHED 


Everything nupplled. 2S0 Belmont 
Ave. M0 per month. Phone I8SB1&L 


Victoria’g waterfront high - 1 
rise apartment. All suites 
with a view of the sea. 

Studio suites 

1- Bedroom suites 

2- Bedroom suites 
1-Bedroom suites 

Phone for information 
Resident Manager 


BEAUTY SALON 
$1,700 


ROCKLAND AVE. 
REVENUE PROPERTY 
STRATEGIC LOCATION 


For information 
call 

$84-9371 


BUSINESS — LAND 
MKNT 


Take over tor the Chrltamaj ruab. 
A profitable taiop for the owner- 
opnretcr with emceflent potential. 


701 Esqulmalt Rd. 


ATTENTION BUILDERS 
MORTGAGE FUNDS 
AVAILABLE 
If* Insurance 


388-4401 or 477-2825 
SHIRLEY PHIL PS - HOME FINDERS 
LTD. 


1 PER CENT FINANCING, 
rurther pertlculirr. pleece call ' 
3Sl-24gl or Re*. ]■- 

ED JUPP 

•wtnertan. Stewart Clark Ltd. 


_ _ _ Fundi 

atlabj* at 814 per cent for the 
wered area* of Greater Victoria, 
hw arena oonalderad. Apply to 
J. S. Boorman, 3947521 
BOORMAN INVESTMENT CO. ! 
LTD. 

1111 Government Street 


CLEAN, WARM. ALL SUPPLIED. 
2531 Go v ernment 383-3821_ 


OWNER-OPERATED 

TAXI 

BUSINESS 


SMALL COTTAGE. (IS M3 OLD 
Iiland Highway. 

131 HOUSKS TO RENT 
UNFURNISHED 


ROCKLAND 


LUXURY HOME AND INCOME 
* SUITES 

located In the prime part of Vtr 


-Full Price ot H .800 tnriudr* one 
ehare In the company phi* a 
fuiy-equipped IBM Chev. 4-dnnr 
sedan. *3,800 caah to handle 


tom. w* are plraaed to offer i*w 
ol our atately homa* whlrh haa hear 
cret verted Into 8 desirable 


MONEY AVAILABLE 


... - _ —auite* 

Mowing an annual groai Income oil 


1-hedrootn. no-basemant bungalow. 
3431 Bethuna Avenue-Rent. (55 


(Altai Thia building haa been main I 
lainwt In an rxrrilent aUte of repair 


3—One share plua a 1 
Pol are — ftjdly equJ 
Price (8.700. 

Both caba are In excellet 
and above good retuma. 
rraacna (or art ling. 

M-MM B3 JUPP R, 

Bwlnerton. Stewart Clark Ltd. 


FIRST AND SECOND 
RESIDENTIAL 

MORTGAGE LOANS 

MORTGAGES AND AGREEMENTS 
PURCHASED 

P R. BROWN ft SONS LTD. 


and rtveild have only minor upkeep 
charge* tor tome time to come 
Excellent Hew*. Offered at full price 
of MS.000 Call Jack Mean. 9*5(726 
*r raa (851768 Mean a Whyte Oak 
Ray Realty Ltd.. Ctty Office. TUT 


B.C. LAND 
ft INVESTMENT 
AGENCY LTD. 

K 2 Government Street 
Ml 5555 Anytime 


FOR VICTORIA’* 
FINEST 

FURNI8HED SUITE 


GLENWOOD APTS. 

206 Oswego Street 
ONLY TWO SUITES LEFT! 

Bacfeakr aulta (to 00 
One bedroom auite, *130 M 
Brand new hutkttng — rioa* In 
DaJtaa waleafronL Good MtoppbN: 
and tranaporiabon. 

B ari d e ad maaaa*ar. Sutta Mn 108 
Cal Raadal Depa rtmen t anytime 

BROWN BROfl AGENCIES LTD. 
U* Blanahard Street 3BS-ST71 


Excellent I at ore leaaei. anarunenta above, plu* 
a 11 *re tot Present mortgagei o i 
1*0.000 can be aaaumed Owner aril 
cnnakJer part caah and terma for 
hla 8M.00D equity. Good depradrikm 
factcr make ihaa attract] vt for year 
end pure baaing Scary, no phone 


GROCERY STORE 
MEAT DEPT. 
SUBURBAN AREA 


WATERFRONT; 1% WOODED - 

•erne. Two bedroom*. 2 bathroom* 

CITY WATER, oil hot water heat- 
log PLUS fully modern guest rot 
lage with separate oil heat and 
malar. Exdutava area. USL Advance 
ra fai required. Phone ALAN R 
FOSTER lor tnfcrmatlan. CiKM 

2 LARGE BEDROOMS, 4 FCE 
bath, front room and dining room. 


COOK STREET 
5 SUITES 


HOUSE TOO BIG’ 


SUITE a. 421 QUEBEC STREET 
tS5.ro Per Month met Heat and 
Bed-SttUng Room. Kitchen. Share 


(25.000 

PEMBERTON. HOLMES LTD. 
1B02 Government Street 

(84-8128 


ROYAL REEF APTS. 


STU PURCHES 
S £5-6331 or 183-248* 
WILSON PURCHES * ASSOCIA’ 
LTD. 

Suite 255-702 Fort St. 


we nave lots of money 
for First and Second 
mortgages. 

ERIC CHARM AN 
385-9765 


ahare furnlahed apartment with 
aame or working girl from Jan. 1 
Near Shelboume-Cedar HU1 X Rd. 


or caH 

Brown Bros. Agencies Ltd. 


4 PLEX FERNWOOD 
DON'T PAY RENT 


Phone for Information 
Reeldent Manager 


BETTY SHEA. 183 5811 
Rithet Age or lee Lid. 


MODERN 3-BEDROOM. OIL PRIVATE INVESTOR WISHES 
heat, riectric range. (135 per month. buy good aecond mortgage or *g 
1534 Pembroke St 383-8127. meet. Call Alec, 383-5912, c 

SMALL 3 BEDROOM HOME, rift ______ 

AV *" ,bta “**■ 15 M2 WANTID TO BORRI 


4937 JOHNSON, 3 ROOMS, UTILl- 
tlea. (8H 1R2-8501 before 10. after 4. 


FOUR SUITES 
STADACONA PARK 

Vendor* leaving for the Ui 


COMMERCIAL BUILDING 
6.000 SQ. FT. 

CITY CENTRE 


>108 Glen Lake Road 
(75199 7-day reaek. 4 


I Ideation, conetroctkm and potaadlal. 
combine to make thia property an 
excellent choice he- oflcea, retail ir 
rtorage. Aridng only 836,808.00. For 
detain sell: 


9145 or >0-7466, Victoria Rarity. 

_ 2 o to ao - surra modern 

R apartment wanted. (H0.000 caah 
ly down payment. 388-54T1. 

_ 141 REVfNUE PROPERTIES 
R WANTID 


I—Side by aide with 4 room a each. 

3-Up and down ■ and 4 room*. 
Both unit* have dual auto nil 
fumaeei. aeparale hot w»t*r and 
meter* Your choice (14.000. 

Foi detail.* phone 18.4*741 

RAY SMITH 


tnml^Tfn i M «(m' Y0U CAN DEPEND ON US 
man invearmera cu. t-m.. are-ra .1 L, dy wiahea to buy at 

DESPERATELY NEEDED. 2 OR 5- **>l* revenue properly^ Ovrne 
bedroom. 3 children <2 achoul-age) “** *- c,,t ’ Sellln 

Reaaonable rent 47(2831. e^Sn 

137 HALLS. WARKHOUSCS, Newalead Realty Ltd. _ 

STORES, OFFICES TO RENT 144 REVENUE PROPERTY 
OR WANTID - 


Horthweatern Securttlea Ltd 


1981 FORD FS30. 8-MAN CREW 
nab. 4000 tnkta; and ID 1 6” camper 
with 64" cab ovar bunk. Sleep* 5 
M5-B82. __ 

DOGWOOD TRAILER SALES 
- - - RENTALS 


DUPLEX 
NO STEPS 

Attractive modern atde-by-alde 
duplex Each aide living rm.. 3 
bedrmi., apacloua cab. Idt.. OOM 
heat, carport, good realdentla! area. 
Both aldea rented at 8105 month. 
Price (22,500 

C. H. HOLLAND REAL ESTATE 
820 VIEW, 3850(04 OR 184-7(59 


AVAILABLE FOR RENT NEW 
YeaPa Eve, large lower hall, 
kitchen and dining room, al the 

KnifhtB of PytMaa Hail. 723 
Cormorant. Phone 383-9387. 

TWO STORES. FRONTAGE GOV 
ernmrnt St. one suitable for 
barber; alao MOO eq. ft, warehou*e. 
Entire area available nr pert to 


ARTS — PROPANE 
Highway No. 1 and mu let re am Rd. 

478-6841 _ 

1957 FORD 
(795 at 82* 

Bumald# at 


NOTHING DOWN, 
pickup and rampe 
monthly. Aria Car 
Harriet 


Mr BY 4C ISM 3-HI 
fungahed. *6.000 47(5300 


meat butlneaa. Over *100,000 gruu 
bualnear a year. Thia could net you 
at treat * 12,000 annually. Fully | 
equipped old-line hualne.tr at the 
taking price of (25,000. For detail* 
and profit end Ina* etatement 
pleaae call me at 366-6175. 

JOHN MOLYARD AGENCIES LTD. 


ca*h. To view rati JACK BROWN, 
1381-4976 or 384-8126 

Pemberton. Holme* Lid. 

1002 Government Street 


See thia Immaculate 1-year-uld. 2 
on a quiet atreet 
■ - - - electric 
ipboardt. 


bedrton home 
near the Gorge. Lar 
kitchen with load* of 
gliding glaaa dnora to aundeck. Full 
basement, drlve-ln garage. Low 


Spactoua aullea In thia new buldlng 


dfkre or high returns. SELL OR TRADE 

«M THE SELLING PRICE OF TRIPLEX-MEDANA ST. 

THESE ARE WELL BE- **U2* * 

1QDERN • ^ ... _ h, » excellent property. Recenl 

aervlce. LOW REPLACEMENT converted, alt service* renewe 

DAT t rp Rental* (85 per arif-oontalned cull 

-— vAWit— Open to offen at *21.500 Phone 

; F o££ CALL NOW| DECEMBER g‘Sgg, K L jf ,72W ' Town * 000 

IS HERE! ---—--— 

MRS. BAXTER yates street 

OOC (23 M0 FULL PRICK 

^ ro rr BfU o C N T B H%g IN pL 0 5^^r 

P. R. BROWN ft SONS LTD. Sill bob sUgue. ji£t7«l n f. g*- 

HANLEY AGENCIES LTD. ^gS^ 1 JESSf , '«£S l"^ 


WORKING MAN. 44 WISHES 
room and board, leg handicap, 
walk* with cane. Witling to pay up 
to 160 a month. Close to bua llop i 
Prefer a big ground-floor room. 
Urgently required. 385-5756. 

WILLOUGHBY CUES T HOME 
Excellent roam and board for 
elderly lady or gentleman. Private 
room am main floor. Near bua 165 
M2L _ 

WANTED - ounrr IT-YEAR-OLD 
boy frm act of town need* family 
type Victoria home while attending 
high school Write Victoria Pram. 
Box IK 


“CHARTER HOUSE’* 

435 Michigan 38^8923 

(Studio available/ 

Some 2 bedroom* 
end of Dec. 

— and — 

“REGENT TOWERS" 

415 Michigan 383-6216 

( 1 -bedroom* available) 
(Studio* available) 


‘FAMILY HOME’ 


LARGE OR SMALL OFF 
■pace to rent In new building 
MacKenxt*. Reasonable. 382-9734. 


NOW VACANT 


762 FORT ST, 


l-BEDRQQM UPPER SUITE, IKP- 
■mla antraoea, Rome *t Otty 
1115 monthly Town a Coon fry 
Realty- MP-TTM _ 

COACH HOUSE 
13S GRANT 

Available Jan. 1. 1-bedroom auite 
with patio. (97.50 per month. For 
Iruormaiioc call Mr. Alton, 366-7351 
or D.M.D., 182-1282 

VANCOUVER VILLA 
71* Vancouver, corner Colbnanrv j. 
badroam, *135. New de luxe block, 
all modern conveniencae. elevator, 
root lounge, cable TV. 382-7306 or 
382-nob. GAO Holdings _ 

BURNSIDE GARDENS 

Modern 2-bedroom suites and * 
bedroom town house* 

Children Welcome. No pet*. 

_ Phone 31441064 

UNFURNISHED 1 - BEDROOM 
■nit*, near Linden ud RorUarel. 
Middit-afad to elderly ladv pre¬ 
ferred. (70 per month. Phooa 1(4- 


Tenantg fully icreened 
No JtHs 
No ctuldren 


BAKER.Y AND 
DELICATESSEN 


New da luxe frame atea. Alao new 
17.000 aq. IL office and start Bid. 
I- (75.000 to nan,non to handle. 
I Brown Construction, 186-7821 or 185- 
7Uf even 


3 year* old. fully modern 3- dlnfn* area, ii 
hedroom. Living room with Ore- appointed living 
pla r e Large hrlght kitchen with ilard bedrooms 
eating area Full basement, drlve-ln ment. Rumpus i 

garage. Sunderk. Large -- 1 ■— - • • 

yard. Immarulale. 

R. L. BERGSTROM 


Perfect man and wit* business. 
Choice location*. In feet I have 2 

■hope: 

ru at M.ma 
(ti at 14600 

Call DORIS ADAMS. 1656741 
Northweetern Securlljea Lid. 


large bright well- 

I room, two 1 wm- 

Full high haa*- 

•; - --- .— ——r— room. Large M ft. 

fenced by ISO ft lot Leas than a block 
from th.- delightful Roiatnn Creeeeni 
area Full price only git m Dial 
383-727* Cliff Stretch. Victoria Realty Ltd.. 
*82-9(45 nr re* 366-743* 


GOODACRE TOWERS 

3M and MB DOUGLAS STREET 


SINGLE AND SHARING FOR 
women only. Home privilege a 3 
minute waft to Parliament Build 
Inga and Perk. 1884I7B. 

CRA1GMYLE GU EST HOUSE, 
room available Dec. 13, > mealr 
dally- IS-Ml. 


FAIRFIELD REVENUE 

Seven auite*. Grossing nearly (6,000. 
Excellent hvartmenl Priced at 
only (45,006 with (14,000 cash Leo 
Pigret or C. Baird. 385-8794 any¬ 
time. Clark# Jr Wallace Really Ltd. 


NO BONUS 
HOME EQUITY 
LOANS 

Property value* have In 


Directly opposite Goodacr* 
Lake IP beautiful Beacon 
Hill Park. Juat a few min- 
utcF walk from the heart of 
the erty'e business area. 

One-bedroom sutler teholca 
of thret plans', AH the cus¬ 
tomary amenities at higbrlaa 
living. 

Two only two-bedroom suites 
and one only studio auite. 
Available ter Dec I occu¬ 
pancy. 

Phone MS-gill hr enquiries. 


DOWNTOWN DINER 
TARGET AREA 

.«£■ ‘"•S? Ctod l U * •"ICOMWKRCUL BUILDING, OTV biXaTy^rouM 

ider building to good centre, approximate 4,000 aq ft. 9 aom a bubarye on thia one 

sale. Prime location, new office* and retail store. Price Presently operated I to 9 on a S'.l 

apartments above, plu«lliO.OOO. net return I8.2TO. Mortgage day week. Showing a good return 

Presort morigegea of at « per cent M8 5471. that rotod eaaHy be tocresaed For 

further Information call REX W. 
HUGHES, 479-3574 
COLONY REALTY LTD (66-3231. 


C. G. HEISTERMAN 
ft CO. LTD. 

112 Blanahard SL (83-4161 


V.L.A. 

HAPPY VALLEY 
1.6 ACRES 


BUSINESS 

OPPORTUNITIES 


LOVXLY HOME. CL06E TO UNI 
verstty, student welcome. 477*451 


FINEST ROOM AND 


[RING GROCERY 

fuburbaa No opposition. Clean 
TEL stock al all klndi. A welt aet up 

'tore and eaav to operate Short 
“ hours Rent on leal* or property 

“ * , '* * may be bought Excellent equlp- 
v Th * la right at (11,50(1 

? rn Victoria. gtock or (7.ma Act quick an 

ly and taite- q,,, m Terma. Stan Hyland, 
of Increased Lirr , gginner, 3*2-2157. evea SSi 
Unbelievably mg 477-4784 We a tarn Homes Ltd. 
mn Pt^r imM _5__ _______ 


THE CAMOSACK MANOR 

10(5 BELMONT AVE. 
Victoria's Newest and Fineal 
Hlgh-Rlae Apartment 
Opening In December 


Victoria, vacant Jan. 4. 185-9633. 

ROCCABKLLA CITY CENTRE. 94 
large co mf ort a ble nxana. exc ellent 
cuisine. Vacaariee bow 385-9(00. 

ROOM AND BOARD IN A WARM 
comfortable home. Lunches packed, 

T V. lama* 132 Panel Rd, 384-7201. Luxurloue 

EXCELLENT ACCOMMODATION Sfthree'hedra 
for retired alnglea enuplea 885-1*14 information a 

ROOM AND BOARD. MEN. HOME *»•> 
p Ivitagee- 38SJ7TO. _ “ r * BU1 


PRINCESS CHARLOTTE APTS. 
4(1 Limpet® street 
3-bedroom suite, (128 
Adults uniy 

_ Butte 105-38K2M8 

ROYAL LANCER. CEDAR HILL 
Cl 0*1 Road at Shelbaurne, main 
floor, no itepa, 1 -bedroom, luxury 
auite, patio, (110. 4774495. 

9 BEDROOM APARTMENT. m 
month, phone 396 9534 or call at 
Victoria West Bakery, mornings. 
Vacant Jan 1. _ 

2, 1-ROOM AND 1 3-ROOM APART 
ment. Central locatkn. Phene 
Baatfcn Square Propretfea at S8842S4 

1-EEDRM APT, S. OAK IaY. 

large roocni. aunporch. being 


Flrat time offered t* thia 
original VLA property featuring 
country living in a very aeiect 
area Our home la three 
bedrooma, living room with FP, 
dining room, kitchen with eat¬ 
ing area. Full basement, rec 
reaUon room and extra bed 
room. Oidy 11 years old and a 
goad buy at ( 20 . 000 . 


tcav b assumed. Make aa ap¬ 
pointment to see thia. then make 
me a caah offer. Well priced at 
only C2.«tt Must be aotd Immedl- 
a'clyi Roy Smith 383-C37. 


today. Money immediately avail-1 
able If In doubt aa to your equity 
value ra'I Ua for appralaa). You are 
under no obligation. 

CHRISTMAS SHOPPING 
CONSOLIDATION OF DEBTS 
HOME IMPROVEMENTS 
ANY OTHER GOOD REASON 


33 SUITES 

Better than average return* on thia 


ALSO —1.595 ACRES 


F. N. CABELDU LTD. 

1212 Broad Street 


-IttoT m2 "BRAND NEW" 

"ROCKCLIFF MANOR' 

_____ 1317 HILLSIDE AVE. _ 

DOUGLAS Only 1 suite* left to thl* luxrnloui (85. 1-BEDROOM SUITE. ALL MOD-' 

or mouth, block tram 111300 Wedern Home* era convenience* Ground floor, avail-. 

_ Lid., Exclusive Agents or phone able Jan, lit Adults only. (82-8430. 

IOUSE. 777 M *“ B * r ' 2 BEDROOM APARTMENT. ». 

"WmS* 111 WON QUADRA, LARGE BPOT- A^A^y 0 ^ l^Pltoae 

- leas, 1 bedrooma, dining room, no -—_ cages, quick decisions, also agree- 

FOR EL- Itepa. heat carport, a dull* (140 | BEDROOM SUITE. AVAILABLE ment* and mortgage* purrbaaad tor 

(30 month. 384-tflfll. Dec 15, (K a month. 1150 Summit, cash. See ua for top price. 

■ uVnannu — i= : j'^T 3IK-2438 after 5 p.m A BERNARD A CO. LTD. 

——- . 1-BEDROOM SUITE, SELF - CON---—- C55 Fort Streel 384 9335 

E BATH- taned. no plla, (7*. 188-1(13 or ONE - BEDROOM UPPER SELF- ------—- 

■mi-retired 5*5-75411. contained, 420 Langford SL Refer MflOB, 1ST AGREEMENT, PAYING 

- - 955 Including 7 per cent tntereat, 

-- can be bouidil for (3.900. Call John 

SUITE. Mntyard. *64175. John Molyard 
Agencies Ltd. 


386-3458 

MORTGAGE DEPT. 

BYRON PRICE REALTORS 
1314 QUADRA STREET 

141 MORTGAGE LOANS AND 
INSURANCE 


B. CARTWRIGHT OR 
DON ROBERTSON, 385-2 
Byrm Price Realtors 
1314 QiMdre SL 


11-SUITE 
APARTMENT E 


fridge | DE LUXE 1 


main floor, adults. (85-5458. 


Ill CARS AND TRUCKS 1121 CONVALSCINT, RUT 1129 ARARTMINTS TO RINTI129 ARARTMINTS TO MNTI141 MORTGAGE LOANI AND1144 RIV1NUI RROflRTT |14» 


WANTED 


INSURANCE 


BUSINESS 

OPPORTUNITIES 


i«lln®olimlKt Victoria, B.C., Thursday, Dtc. 7 


GN. LOVING CARS FOR MOTHER OR ROCK HEIGHTS VILLA 

RN father in a small print* real home BROWN BROfl AGENCIES LTD. . 742 LAMPSON STREET 2nd MORTGAGE LOANS 

— J« L . hSiT*pi D rwSd^e 171 (178-HEYWOOD BOUSE. 995 Hay htTtod^nri ewlmmlng ^L FROM PRIVATE FUNDS 

srss&sr M,c * ss JBr JS35 ^ asiss . without bonus 


TWO NEW LISTINGS 
DUPLEX 

2307 BLAN SHARD ST. 


W«M way. apacloua x-oeo- Spacloui rooma. elevator, laundry WITHOUT BONUS AdU« ULJVINSWAIUJ Ol. 

room wit* ofiriookiiii Bficon fadlltlei tuppllpd Rfnti fiwn *> .... .. . t 

HU Park. Close to shopping (12250-1137 Sil PP Phone realdent I room* down and 4 room* up , 

tT?b«I! MPOr ^u QB m * n **' r ,KM1S0 Rrn'a' Agent., ^ ilte ti ^S^t^ihe^divert Walk to th* city. Pleaar 'ftllS property Includes Over 

building modern — Arthur B. ( 1 MJ 1 ““ ^t 4 .oreTpIUS fln EXceUent 


VERSATILE 

COMMERCIAL PORPERTY 


HOMES. TRAIUR PARKS 

VANGUARD 
Curperg — Trailer* 
Canopy Topg 

FXCLUSIVB FACTORY REPRE¬ 
SENTATIVES FOR VANCOUVER 
ISLAND AND GULF ISLAND*. 
BUY DIRECT AT FACTORY 
PRICES 

—LOW DOWN PAYMENT 
—RANI FINANCING 
- BUILD A 
TRAILER, CAMPER. 
TENT TRAILER OR 
CANOPY TOP 

Partg and Plans Stocked 
—BUMPERS AND APPLIANCES 
INSTALLED 

■aa Our Display 

f. J. PEDEN LTD. 
586-3484 


45 IUSINESS 

OPPORTUNITIES 

OFFICE AND RETAIL 
BUILDING 
FORT STREET 
APPROX. 4,000 SQ. FT. 


Plus -n excellent * ™ FT - 

spacious r 1 1 i d e ace that APFROX - 4 ’ UW ^ ' 1 • 

lends itself tD conversion to Newlr mreatad modem offices LANGFORD 

a business. Ckwe to a busy S. $11,700 


isft Mouro por m i 

SHIRLEY PHILPS* 
HOMEFINDERS LTD. 

3085 Shelboume 388-44 


transportation. Resident man- respectable adults 4T7-142C. _ can be appraised for Immediate 1 bedrooma. living room, kitchen business section, With B Aal^K on| y l® ™0- For detail* call: $2,000 DOWN 

tu*-35COK ARMS. 505 Rupert ^ ^ trSS T&FSglS Vt ELTESt £% ^ch.’n md Hi ^ wa y * nearly G . DEVLIN ^ 

Street Ltrvely l-brirom auite "W*c*. beeement document to aava you money 11 thia bathroom upaUlra. Oil healing, new 700’. Just listed exclusively ->oc ixao Mscaa With COSy 

bordering Beacon Bill Park. MO ” _ plan U beat for vour eimimilance* wiring, new plumbing. Thia would „* eno >tm __j OT Wtf 

Waltong dlata nce to town. MODERN 1-BEDROOM APART COUNTRY. UP-ISLAND b* » deatrable site on which to at $5?,500, with good terms GARDNER AGENCIES LTD. Darge Klt( 

Elevator. Resident manager. ment, 1 adult, (85. 821 Queens, 1B4- AND GULF ISLAND build an apartment block aa alia of available. Please Call Mr. TOOTHS — 

Cali Rental Department anytime 3881. MORTGAGES ‘h* property ti 100 a by 141 ft. rSlot ___- __ ' - a e n ■ r a t 

7WN BROfl AGENCIES LTD .. . REFINANCING A SPECIALTY suitable for 20 auite*. possible 21. Du Stance OT Mr, (JolegTave * rvn „ 1 

Smim KSrn !>• APARTMINTS WANTID , »im urn io "* ***** th ' “™* r * at 385-2481. 9 surrE Apr - Serviced la 

-- ZZL2 --- 1 --— VACANT LAND AND Call mv agent tor there two Art CONDITION furnace H 

RESPONSIBLE BUSINESSMAN LAND DEVELOPERS' »*“n** Full price (42,506. Call iurnace. n 

SPRING RIDGE wiahea to sublet tornuhed apart TX w * re Victoria Realty Ltd.. Swinerton, Stewart Clark, MOSS ft FORT AREA for all the 
APARTMENTS , «« COp “ y ^. N ^ VHERE 0,flc * "*** ” rM ” 21W Ltd. . .. .this won’t 


3B9) Qoaanal. between Market and I AVAILABLE JAN. 1, CLEAN, 
Tapes Oen block east of Dougtaa romfortahla houaekeeping room. 


BOB'S TRAILER SALES 

i; xgff VILLAGER. 2 bedim, froail Fcrt M ** m __ 

*ntog roosn. tut-od tiring rm- OAK BAY FURNISHED UPPER 
(HASH Including local complete housekeeping roam, mature tody, 
re tup. .inly (35 ISf-7625._ 

1Tx*r KNIGHT to deer. Many AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY 
extra features, flret line carpet and large bed lilting roten. Jdehen 
torolahlnga. Complete aetup al facDItlea, ladles only, (45. 182-3282 
(U48& no tradea a LOVELY. LARGE. WELL 

For K Wuck eamper «te 

ARISTOCRAT first. 3 motE CLEAN R00M nkar shops and 

new unite coming. bus Ph. 4H-1442 evenings. _ 

-. _ LARGE ROOM. OIL HEAT. 


BEAT TAPE. HOOF SEAL. YOU 
NAME IT. WE HAVE IT. 


Oofr T * C Bmpplng Center 

386-3623 


•EAGULL CAMPERS AND 
TRAILERS 

Dlvision of Dominion Motors 

•I SEAGULL eamper far 

Dal . . . 8U9: 

« F LIL MOORE camper ... 11391 
« 9' CAVEMAN eamper ... (1W 
IS TERRY Trader .(HW 


G DEVLIN Cut* little stucco horn* 

385-1448 or 388-5259 ^ ith ^ K Uvin * "*2* 

GARDNER AGENCIES LTD. Large kitchen, 2 bed- 

_ rooms — plus den and 

icparite utility room. 
9 SUITE APT. Serviced far W/D. O-O-M 

A-l (CONDITION furnace. Hurry and call 

MOSS ft FORT AREA for all the information - 

Tenant* are al single senior todies. gnLOgna 

Nil vacancy Aeldae 181 (100 00 388-4401 OT 478-2459 
Anrwnl groai revenue BO. 680 00 . For SHIRLEY WILDE 


G. DEVLIN 
385-1448 or 388-5259 
GARDNER AGENCIES LTD. 


NEAR UNIVERSITY 
1.6 ACRES 
$27,500 

Do you want a delightfuJ 
property where you can 
smell the evergreens and 
sometime* the tea and 
hear the needles and twigs 
break under your feet 7 
Want to get back to nature 
yet must be dow to town? 
Then this k for you. True, 
there are only 2 bedrooms 
in tWs over 1,300 gq. ft. 
home but it has ao much 
potential! There is a 
lovely fireplace in the liv¬ 
ing room, a separate 
j dining room, a modern 


,, Prior include* equipment, alack, doing welL Owners health require# ■ ■. . v „, ,_ 

... . , I Large revenue property In EXCEL- end flxtme. Lore rental on a toeaif nl, Full liking mice (33.000. Good KWCDen. YOU can gSTflen 

Victorial LEW CONDITTON, LICENSED and baria. Apia, to rtew with help available. Very good term*. a little OT a lot but you’re 

lp»«t LS EQUIPPED for U BOARD- „ nRpTf> . vmrPHVM * u " 4etalla at CITY BROKERAGE i-„, if 

E.tS . No vacancies Exrelieut MRS. BOBBIE MTTCHELX, LTD *81-3547 MR. SIVERTSEN bOUTIU to »ve It—MK me 

855*!l *2221 MRS. JACKIE WALDRON ... - - -- • • »how you why. 


a little or a lot but you re 
bound to love it—tot me 
show you why. 


144 luma OW 2 TUMI. 652-1038 or 3884401 


GRAY LORENZEN 


HAVE SUBSTANTIAL CAPITAL 
fur Inveitment in bualiteia or 

partaarehlp or private Inveatment PERFECT STARTER 
group. Victoria Praia Bax 447. nnnr'v inn 


if aristocrat him 44*430 amro* _ 

__ .__ ,, ALL COMFORTS OF HOMS IN 


^ ictorl ator vi«! Hngrril redran pi * ^ 

GULL Caropere In production campto— , furnlahed loveLv one MM rnrepi. SuHa 

at our ptooL bedroom rrtU to aublet tor 3 or ( ____. 


EXCHANGE REAL 
ESTATE 

Strategic Corner 
Half Acre 

ItviUBBoda of Cara a Day 


a 1967 Dodge 

equipped. Full The owner ha* Instructed ua to 
. oiler ttui older building In good 


MI3 Dougtaa St 


GORGE AREA 
$12,700 

With a little paint this 
could be the perfect little 
house for the young couple 
or a nice retirement home. 
Darling living room with 
fireplace, compact kitchen 
with separate dining room, 
2 bedrooma, full basement 
with extra room. Carport. 
Nice lot. Try $2,500 down 
and $121 PIT on Ubs new 
listing. Be in before Christ¬ 
mas. 3884401 or 385-2970. 


[ WhUtama * Co. Ltd., 706 Fori Street. SHEILA RJNHOFER. 


TOTE-EM 
TRAILER SALES 


txar NASHUA. 1 bedroom. (2318 j ARTHUR E. HAYNES UNI1 LTD SpockXL 2-badroom suit, with beau- >4 F torih 

1 736 Fori Street _ _ MlL. vtow. New buildtng - '^«d'W & 

KWinDanv rrroi rvicncs Tril _ . -- _ Trl ? U ** 

388-2111 (Any Time I. 


Open -Xvery Day Including Sunday 
I mL N. on Highway L 478-1041 


GO GO SCAMPER 477-4053 

______ jua hiihimih srici jshw /1 

lea the toll no* of 1986 SCAMPER 3 BEDROOMS. MAIN FLOOR. ALL --—- 

t'ritare ,»ad camper* no-. (umi.hlMi complete. (175 p.m PRINCESS PATRICIA 
SCAMPER . . A Writers Isader. R«,t*l Drpl Northwealern Securl- ... .. , 

Houston motors tin ud (Ss€T4i __ 701 Esquimalt Rd. 

KM OMdr, _ tK3 SSB MIOOM FU L L,Y nJRNBHEtt Trrofare!room aulta* available o=| LOCAL REFERENCES B 

reirrerelalne^ aulomsric h**L ro< , qal- B. y ovariootong Victoria 1 Weatarn Home* Ltd. 382 
TRIANGLE TRAILER '""'f. »•>«»■>• city. Juan da Fuca - 7 


TRIANGLE TRAILER 
SALES LTD. 


PRINCESS PATRICIA aM-a* —— —- rOIIFrTiTi urtlul " U,UJU ’ U |this 2 bedroom each side) 

701 Esquimalt Rd. esquimalt area nao modern MORTGAGE LOANS check on this older top dOWNTOWN AREA duplex offers a good invest- 

_ _ „ , wi _ 1 Hr. in excellent district Vac#* Flret mortgagei available up to any CONDITION PRO PE HTY ONLY $70,000 aupiex Oilers R gOOG invest NEW USTING , 

. Bf'Sr.jBaj'iiSM aa.-gawiJ'a'"'"'" m * '^ * r s “" 0 g m p, '^ 1 executive home 

strait ISd“a^moto ly MnimlLM Fuc * SMALL bright. 1 -bedroom BROWN BROS. owner*pi nf 0 *^ 1 |2"y' ooeu « 4— """ lamDle kitchen with substan GORDON HEAD 

"“arfSffiBE-^SSafl *«•£!._ _AGENaESLTD. |rieaUne^reflVran“« An exquisite ^Hra 


G*Ri)Cm AM M^AT UR S^5tE SrUK'r'yo^WE'HAVE fltK *2.000 DOWN 

££.« * isss TOWN AND 

•oration and value make thl* an one of Victoria'* choice buslnrei- —-——-—.—L-!- Glramine white ahirrn 

;*»veitm#nt opportunity unrquatod residential area*. Good equlpmenl .1 itTiNCt uiaiiTin ^teaming SIUCCO 

In todays market Plea— call and fixtures with tost moving slock. 14* LiSflNtaS WANTED bunBflkyw. Livintr rrwri 


airi fixtures vrilh f^TSov^g 14t LISTINGS WANTED 

ExceHent lease available. An above — ■ - ■ • 

average Inoome for the right party. 

Guaranteed stock of (8.001 Included DUPLEX 

In lull price of (18,900 Term* 

available EXCLUSIVE LISTING r „ 

with DON MUNRO. island Located in the “Gorge” on 

homes ltd , 9 Bg- 7 M 5 . ra« 477-1706 street on a very large 


14V LisriNGS wanted bungflkfw. Living room 
with fireplace, bright mod- 
DUPLEX ern kitchen, 2 good bed- 

r . . , .. „„ „ rooms and full basement. 

Located in the ‘Gorge on T condition. Asking 
Irma Street on a very large J15>200 33 ^ 0 ! <*- 477 . 3935 . 
lot for future development, MARIE STODEL 


fuit married couple 477 Linden Ave 

(438 Treat-Can. Hwy. 473-1774 * wrings. __ 

Op aw (at and Sun. After Church SELF-CONTAINED 2 AND 3 ROOM 
suite*. Quiet, on bua. 4731851. 


OWNER PLUS (225 PER MONTH atod cat tfcto valuaUa raervr ample kitchen With SUbstan- 

riucE avfflp" Pir “ L ou ir. 


[GORDON HEAD 


COW1CHAN 
Campers — Canupiaa 

tOW • BOVS” 

STANDARD AND CUSTOM UNITS 
BY EXPERIENCED CRAFTSMEN 


IK BPCKTSMAN la reri rirr 
tow wtu tan *lx On flrti 


FENNELL'S 
TRAILER SUPPLIES 

PARTS - PROPANE — REPAIRS 
•456 Pet Bay Hwy 653 2*1 

Mon.-FrL IM: Sat M; Sun Ua 


MOBILE HOME. 8 HY 40. BEST 
offer, (3.200. 852-1551. 

( MONTHS OLD, 12XK1 VANDYKE, 
full y equipped, (10.500 4734M5 

12D ROOM AND BOARD 


I'M* miAB-pimpoae building la yield- , . .. 

ing a high return on Inverted in each side, 
capital Fir farther (total* please , 

phone CLIFF ANDERSON, Now! Priced to si 

477-3*34 OT 98440111 _ „ _ 

PrmbprtoTi. HolrriM Lid. J* H. Fo 

1002 c;ovwnm*til Street a t u r nm 


NOR-GARDEN COURTS 
Sidney, B.C. 

1 ft 2 bedrooms, furnished or 
unfurnished 


G. DEVLIN 
385-1448 or 388-5259 
GARDNER AGENCIES LTD. 

9 SUITES AND 
5 BEDROOM HOME 
BEACON HILL AREA 

Give* n good return, tax abetter 
and holding propotatlnu. 17.000 *q 
ft. af land oontrota corner location 
in apt- Died R-l area. Asking only 
(B2.O0 00. 836.CO.OO down Balance 
ai 7 par art irtereta. For detail* 
«*»• a 

G. DEVLIN 
385-1448 or 388-5259 
GARDNER AGENCIES LTD 


in each side. case leads to toe gracious 

Priced to sell at $17,900. 

, ,, beautiful 2 -bedroom home. 

/* H - f ord 384-1863 The separate panelled din- 
A. L Wagner 477-2989 j n g has lovely sea- 

KER ft STEPHENSON LTD. view, as has the master 

-— en-suite bedroom and 

17 VLA BUYERS apacious kitchen. A third 
bedroom and rec. room 

Yea. thl* Is my writing Hat for w ith firenlnoi* «re in flirt 

home* and properly with half an , ,, nre U Iac * «f e ^ ™ 

acre nr more If you are thinking full Cement basement, 

of •riling, please give me a call rVaiKI* 

anytime TED CHARTRES. (832965 1 -** J t>le OnVe-ln garage. 

4833MS. Mayfair Realty Ltd. $32,900. 

388-44(11 rr 3S3_f¥17fi 

NEED A SPECIALIST? HAZEL RAVENHILL 
I SMclallza In home salea and will 
make every effort to gel the top 
price for youra. For a market LANGFORD 
evaluation with no obligation please ^ , , 

call joyce miller, 3834271 or Buy a Jot for Christmas 

^frt J S1 ^ WWllo, " , * CaL,d ' «"d build your dream 


NORTH WEST TRUST 
HIGH RISE COMPLEX 
NEAR DOWNTOWN 


1 ft 2 bedrooms, furnished or APARTMENT BLOCKS tamfh uav 

. _- . . NEW! OFFICE OR STORE SPACE, JAMES BAY 

unrurmsbed n Cadillac, i.ooo or 2.000 aq. n , .. .1. ... __ . 

unit* 065. per month. Ample park- We have B Selection of; Suite*. Eweileri For 

Phone 656-3612 or 656-2864 mg. Apply Atorat store*._ anartment blocks for sale. me* 


FREEZER LOCKER 
FINE MEATS 

the person who knows the 


DINGLEY DKUL APT! 
Off Selkirk Avenue 


0 HOUSES FOR SALE 

TOWN ft COUNTRY 
R 
E 
A 
L 
T 
Y 

LIMITED 
3(17 Doug I** SL 
382-7271 

COUPLES* CASTLE 


•town payment to qualllled pur virrw. 
•hater. Ajklnq (17,500. Thl* ia fond 388-4401 
value. Call Ralph Slnden, rea. (84- w ad tit- 


home in the apring. One 
acre $2,500, 114 acres 
$3,000. 

388-4401 or 478-4866 

FRAN McVrmE 

NEW LISTING! 

GORDON HEAD 

$ 12,100 

Only 8 year* old this 
dandy little no-step 
bungalow ia a darling to 
see. 20x14 living room, 
bright kitchen has lots of 
cupboards. 2 bedroomB! 
Paved driveway to sepa¬ 
rate garage. Automatic 
oil heat of course! Brand 
new listing! Be the first to 
view. 


MARIE MALBON 


QUALITY 
NEAR NEW 

- SPACIOUS BUNGALOW 
' FULL BASEMENT 
SELLING AT $16,900 
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 

Selling al thousand! below replace¬ 
ment coal VERY DELIGHTFUL. 
modern kitchen, aparinua cheerful 


WESTERN 
HOMES LTD 

817 FORT STREET 


WHIFFTN SPIT RD. 

I to* of beach frontage, gentle rising 
property, perfect seclusion. 
acres if alder and fir tree* (aom* 
14 ell over iotr hlght. Estimate in 
•xr*** of 16 JDO In standing timber. 
Excellent building aitaa Two with 
’"'aler-frontage and terrific harbour 


FIELD IS M06T IMPORTANT T or “ M ' uu llhyear-(tol atucro apartment work. - - - j - Bd S1i 7f - 

lFOR FirRTHER INFORMATION WILSON-PURCHES A ASSOC LTD. E lev en l and hm 3bedroom rtllter mrtuilne^ Urw rii1(-k^hnu.« _ *" ,7U0 

.. 2537m FORT ST. bu> “gg, ™ STt&i 3 BEDROOMS 

- vtow Priced to ^rwom atoS h b jL d : QUADRA AREA 

• GIVE YOUR DOLLAR % 5Wtt Zr XVmT** ^ .-bedroom bungalow on 

_ A FUTURE REALTt LTD ^rrl'll-or TS-Z WB kS-a , to uto,.-»- 

Invaa* At one of there fine apt*. - rriMVTPCOTtnN AW V ATiirT F l,r complete. InformaUon call pn f reridentlal atreel within walk- 

pay at today* price*, and live off CONFECTIONARY AND Mr RavetthllL rea 382-KlfB. I"* dlatanc* of Mayfair Phopplnf 

? tomorrow* rental.- GROCERY BUSINESS m<mty * ,QOd hQ "“ ^ th * 

S iti£! - SS2S Thriving bualneae In a choir* -—-——- GEO BOWER 

* I. 11 Stoa H Moan location. Trade nama _bualnea.. COSY NO-HASEMENT 2-BEDROOM 

Area, reZre. SwS. t,xtur “ . ,nd «iuipmrart »KB plua atucco bungalow In good area near WWarf 

writ ,* a^Si^Sl ,lock •wwrftojteb « M a bua and rehoo! Room to expand on ___ 

Inten r.,, J,* ***'"" , 0 . dm* of Inventory. Idea] rattremrot large lot. oil furnace, wall-to-wall in HANDYMAN SPECIAL 

Price 011 ,nyBm ' noason m huainea* for th* right «upto living room and. dining room. (500 down. (75 per monlh Clean 
J. DOBSON Exciu.Ke hKlng call Mr. ’i*^**'|electric range, fridge and readier, older. 2-bedroo,n bungalow Inter 

1 '• Bastlnn Square Propartlee * Mr ' Rla “™ Wtosm. early occupancy. 03.7(10. Offen urban area. Onlv (7,Wl full »ic, 

!-*»54. Brown Broa Agenriea Limited Invited aa to dowm payment 477- Private Salt. Phooa Tier* Daw 

- 385-3771 anytime. 1408a lasiral 


J A. HENDERSON 
REALTY LTD. 
(85(741 ANYTIME 


$14,700 

3 BEDROOMS 
QUADRA AREA 























































































































































Erg 


Sltti (blnrist Victoria, I.C., Thursday, Dac. 7 


I1S0 HOUSIS FOR SALI 


HEY, BEANSJ...I 


/Th*te\ 


n^if ow\noi.Mi 

HEEP SOME HaPj 


A. BERNARD ft 00. LTD. 

FORT AND BRCUD 1TREKTS 


CADBORO BAY AREA 
QUIET STREET 
3 BEDROOMS 

LOVELY 7-YEAR-OLD 
SPLIT LEVEL 

r*> nicely laadacaprd and tread lot 
offering l.irl-Di'luain.. Largs living 
roan ud ditag m e m With beamed 
‘ eliding ttoart onto 


WATERFRONT-111,450 | 
"I'm Looking For Someone 

Ym, 1 wt ■ ale* retired aoegda 


I r-elllng.___ _ _ 

•mall pattn and anndack. Good aiaal 
•leetrlc LiLiLlz “ILL z~z' 

4-pea. vanity bathroom. Ricdy 


_ kitchen wits dining area 

and 4-pea. vanity bathroom. Nicely 
flntohed rat room with aitra 
tombing and partly flalrted aactra 
b edroom. Small graeahouaa and 
nice auaken garden at rear for the 
gardener bnppylaL Exdutovely 


Y^f*aia' t> Sa*“to flaTtw. tad*te P« month. New furnace and 
toMaen bu t my yaudjle Madia on wiring, two bedroomi, living 
watched my paopt* catch treat her! FOOm and dining room. Elec- 

£ TStr*; “i ki !2L“r!; ,gh b *".r n ' 

ruaimudhn view near tha wafer- Wtul extra bedroom. AsTlng 

Sra “eta r Staa^toii *«.«». Tom Duncnne^S- 
and ea -war. Tha way I took at It 4271 or 477-2462. 

I am worth a lot morn tha. SU.430, 

tad I rtould tell you that I heard . — 

my owner, aay that they need qaite 

a bit or oart It yen phone the 

Real Ratal. Man TU ha happy la u 

ooob my doom to yea" l*-42Ti n 

anytime. a 


NORTHW ESTE RN 
SECURITIES 
•09 GOVT ST. 


RITHET AGENCIES 

T.TMI TKI) 


PEMBERTON 


COLWOOD 
NEW LISTING 


MAYFAIR 

REALTY 

LTD. 

Woodward's Maytalr Contra 


NEWSTEAD 

REALTY 

LTD. 


Immaeutato l-hadroran 1 PARKLANDS 

yaam «M an l«ta tinad lot. y m daa t know what yon *ie 

CcmpMaly fitartrt haaenoaat nluln. II yau haven't aara M.s 

Raal value at S24.30I with food raiarkr <d thla A bed room Item, 

tarn-j. Call earl McLachlaa win, a large lunny llvtag room with 

at MMI ar MW H replant, dlnlni room and roomy 

kitehaa locludtof wall ova*. ranee' 
and refrigerator. Tha baamafti bar 
a large dan, lauadry room an. 
AUSTRAPHOB1A 7 Jrhrin ■»» ana of tha baat 

buyi <a tha market at 
xxcLuarvn 
122.900 

E. J. Jel trey 477-Uft 


BRAND NEW 
MOVE RIGHT IN 

Exeallart I badroom home to good 

dl.trtct Qood atmd living rocen. 
attractive flreplaca with cantilavar 
hearth. L-akapad dining roora Oak 
cablaa' kitchen with epartoua eat¬ 
ing acta Double plumbing. Sun- 
Ink. Twe-car drtvo-ta garkga 
Good term, aa tha aiktiw price of 


lOO Government 


HOME FOR 
CHRISTMAS I 


“IMMEDIATE 

POSSESION" 

Move in befor* Chriitmei 
to this delightful 3-bed¬ 
room, 5-year-oid full b— 1 
merit home.. Large lot 
measuring 95' x 136’. 
Roughed-in mmpua room. 
Extra bedroom in baae- 
ment. Priced to neU at 1 
618,950. Call 3856741. 

JACK RODGER 


RON TRUESDALE 


3 BEDROOMS 
FULL BASEMENT 
BRAND NEW! 


UPLANDS CHARMER 
631,500 

A parted “young" baana m 
beaut Mai garde, aatllag LJv__ 
ronto, dining room. I be ll 0 — A FtM residential 
e'ectrfa Mtchen. 4-pco and 2-pe* tig ntifc cirri* _ 
baihraoraa, lull high basement and — metieri Doer 
attached mm n you Ilk. to alt fMhirei. 
by a coay Ora while you admire 
autumn', c.lora through wide TflTI I UD' 
window.. If you ilk. » .hady and . 
aachided "outdoor Uvtag room" la P” 

"••ner but want to be flora to 1113 
all conveyance., you might 11 kr _ . 

thtl Iratia* - CALL UK AND SEE 
- JW ALLAN. SM-2MB or 47M042. MR. t 

nmex im-cui 


ftoaBag Md of tha walla of ymr 
prra—» hggty crave epactora- 
naaa and charm? This w haa 
brih, a brand new Kiting toil 
oft Dalai ML heart mat ml owl 
at pun Lame beamed celUng 
sniraaca hall ton a firariace 
and lands to a I i 11 living 
room with ltoaptoea, aap 13*14 
dm eouid ha 4th ar avan sth 
kadroom. Mode r ator wtchen. 
fell cement haaaraint wHh OOM 
heat 

Call BXTTT SILVER at 18*t2U. 


FAMILY RE-UNIONS 


THERE’S A 
KIND OF HUSH 
AH over thin 3 bedroom full 
buemeirt home right now. 
Why? ‘Caoee It's brand new, 
that's why. And It can be 
yours In time for Xmas. 
Quality oonatruetton through¬ 
out, {due convenience of Loca¬ 
tion. make K one of today's 
top buys. Realistically priced 
at 621,900 with approx. 66,000 
down. 

ROY HJNCHaLIFFE, 
388-4271 


iran — Itnldc tha 

a nimat es arierlcr 
dan — many extra 


OPEN HOUSE 
4938 SEA RIDGE DRIVE 
Sat, Dec. 9th 
Mon., Dee. 11th 
2-5 P.M. 


LIVE RENT FREE 

Older 1-wilts apartment clou 
Jftyfah th nnpto g . Aiklng *34 
with good terra.. Ben Lai tan 
I1M par month. 

EDITH GUTEMAR 

IS3-43B ar SSMM1 


"611,950 FULL PRKE" 

The ftrri 62,800 and 695 
per month, buys this coay 
buogaibw an of an acre 
in Happy Valley area. 
Everything is in top con¬ 
dition. Taxes 61 year Net. 
ALSO 

,7 of an acre on Glen Lake, 
2-bedroom bom* priced at 
only 616,000. 

OR 

60 A ore* on Sooke River. 
Fully modem 2 bedroom 
home. For further details 
Call 3854741. 

TERRY LAING 


Drawl .pads with 
tlJirge levto Sa 


Thla easy ipfltteaaiy claaa bungalow 
with S had mom, on tha main floor 
I. to bettor than now condition. The 
living dining aroa haa w-w hroad- 
loum. Tha wall ptoanad kteben la 
fully modarn. Tha tower lave! ia 
completely Onlahad with paneUed 
rec. roam, doss to all conve¬ 
nience! Fun price (M.SM. With 
•xr.llaid flnanclng — Exclusive 

BEITY SHEA 3854618 


I BN TnmUy bungalnur mi a 
lovely tree d .treat, vary bewuU-l 
fully decorated. II. mala 

features are;— coanplaie D.Rtn .l 
Cab. elect. Mt ch en FuH con 
rrete baeemwt with utility roan,; 
new wiring, copper pitanMM-: 
Service lent el faacknlre lot. 
Thl. and more for *1*900. 

To view call URSULA LALONDC 
mui ar mmib 


QUIET STRKCT — LARI 
SPACIOUS t - BEDROOM 
FULL BASEMENT - 
FINANCING. 

621,500 

193 111 1 BILL MOORS 


1125 Blnnsbard Street 
385-8771 anytime 


CORDOVA BAY 

Hardly Any aaavtrwl AND ihe 
brdroome (2) are immlll But the 
living room 1. HUGE, and If you 
Ilka to entertain there'* a FULL- 
SiZK DINING ROOM. DOUBLE 
CARPORT, lovely Mai quirt 
-*—* -*— *‘ “hopping. I year.' 


CALL HARRY COOK 

l ms- 5451 ar ito »: 


rronniionn adva c,< J r aw tnwi jui aaw caninet 
tLRNWOUD AREA ataetric kitchen with family dining 
OWNER TRANSFERRED •*>. Smtrnnm Win mw aj da or 
... Dtn .owing roan, atgoaoattc FA oil 

JIB, XZ*} other detail, aa to early poseria!nr 

4 BEDROOMS ” flnanclng pleaae call CLIFT 

h. cernars cf thl. heauttfuU, £?****< «w. IS4«2. or 471- 
-novaled property are movlag np- 
iiand and you may roan the 
etaflt of thalr labor. Tha entrance v/~itro over 
nd through hnlla art Carpeted In luun Dtsl 
arvad broad loom. The Inviting CHRISTMAS GIFT 


MARY JAMES 


HAGAR ft SWAYNE 
LTD. 

MS Talas Bmt MS 


DUPLEX , 

BANK ST. AREA 

Opportunity knock, hare for aowie I ilraet rtoaa to On__ _ _ 

- ‘— and only Cl») TERMS 

-- AILABLE IMMEDIATE 

flreplace, I POSSESSION. ALE PORCSER. 29* 


HOME FOR XMAS 
TWO BEDROOMS 
613.900 

Ltodf Paator n mbnanaif Nome. 
Hardwood floors KnnughaaL Attrac¬ 
tive m an tled fbeptooa in large 
Mvtag room S p e rti hrURf Idi- 


SID NEY 
RETIREMENT 
OR STARTER 
TRY YOUR 
DOWN PAYMENT 
$12,600 

Wt ntan to finance IXIi * bedroom 

I*c Ba s ement home ander CMMC 

CnQ. dies and crenka’ lakla . cleat. 
Into town centra About tan down, 
hut a Utile tom might do Suren i 
exterior Pcaie.ilon end of January 

GLADYS McLURE 
RON SCATTERGOOD 
384-0531 


lucky perm. Stucco up and down oM 
duplex In a choice area conaiating * 
of living room with open “ 

1 had room i cabinet Idtchen wired 2 * 
for etoclrlc range. *poa. bathroom 
dnwa. Uvtag roam with epee 
I.rtplao., 2 bedroreni. cabinet Ul- 
-'ben wirad tor aiecUic range. 1 -pc. 
balhraom up. Aidnanatie ail haat 
mg iparkage ualli, double garaau g 
Good rental »rwgarly Excellent «*. 
vahto. RaaaoaaMa down payment v- 
and balance to owner at raamnabla Oommerctoi x»wd. 
monthly gayinata Aiktag irtor — -- 

moan 

EXCLUSIVE LISTING 

Plaaaa call Mr. Lawn M*ITT1 

anytime. 

DUPLEX 
FAIRFIELD 

Specious A roam duplex an Linden 
Avenue, with choice of .ingle or 


LOVELY. SPACIOUS BOMB. NICE. 
VIEW OF OLYMPICS WELL 
LANDSCAPED LOT. THREE OR 
POUR BEDROOMS FULLY! 
DEVELOPED BASEMENT. 

694,000 

- - ^ toirb-euly-rt^ng-r^yDo. BILL MOORE EMNI 

Tiu-ae claaa to avarytUng at CORDOVA 
■grtnd BAY. Wa are prepared la alarum a 
rty w trade cf yonr e q u it y to ynur 
cnooto preaeaf tana as ynur down 
payment A quick dad.lon on your 

lUirt could gat - -- 

gig tariMmaa Fe.l 
Uou offer. 4 


"7 ROOMS" 
FAIRFIELD 


TOWN g»d COUNTRY ^ 

_ (loon. Full betomeid 
ta amafl HOT WATER HEATH 
P ”' ..™ and ready tor occupan 

»*-■"» **"> tol'c 

I-P'ZS drrwr payment. BaaOUl 
ta greenhouae. Cat 


■even room older 


Thl* 

bungalow would suit Urg- h . L .* ri 

er family or homn nnd 
revenue. FuH bsmt., new fuiy fencad and la i 

Oil-O-Matic heating. Urge ^7*** 

living and dining room*. BETTY SHE. 

and large kitchen. 4-bed- 
rooms. Rear entrance. " ~~ 

Asking 615,500, $3,100 
down. To inspect, phone 
3854741 or evening* 383- “Sak'bay’q 

5884. 1.T0U SQ.rr.ol _ 

T TV c.mwe LIVING ALL ON ONE FLOOR 

J. U. iMim g BEDROOMS AND DEN 

DREAM KITCHEN 

close IN" ■"“‘S! T „ TrP 

-an.son — terms to suit 

_ , Thfr charming 11 -yaar-old prealtge 

Wired W.D. Low preuure cuMan-buUt hooia located high up I 
M ton. Nnw roo,. Mad. IS. ^ 

plus bdrm. Large fireplace ffOximi landscaped lot With lor aarar^tow ato Nto naad M a 

Easy ere DR and kit. ‘very^S-E- E? t «£ ckM S? d t& !£j 

3854741. CTAL. The aparlmm living roou T-W 

fJWINN KVI T V iwltk lta floto lo rtlltog llreplace). living' room milk fliepiart toM an 

L.Wll'iN KELLY lha beeidlful dialog mom and ito .metric kitchen. Hail baaement 

panelled dm (with built-in dnk) all updated wtth mw tormca wtrlns 

UNIQUE" clRP^^^^rm ^ 7T r 

. . iwmi 4-pce. famlly-tlo. vanKy *14,300 — dear Title 

ooking for character and hathram A at mb. If you havo n» ftalhar MfOrtoatino aa* a» 

ebarm—3 bdrm. and a ^ Z.'Z ^ 1 ^.^ WrS. 

nice corner lot?? Call 385- 

6741. listed for only a.armanl wtlb aaala apaea far 

112 95H xnrt mnd v/wluw ml *»»• ronnn and with a flnltoed 1- OAK BAY 

*Lf.»u ana good value at ^ h ., hrenm 1( , B . P am 0 ramtc •r.vri’ 

the price. poalHau to take advantage at thl. UAPiUKAdlUO L-VU 

ANDREW DUNNING aiHittoiS PO pmaeot to your family FlaxIMIlty la tiw tooword to thli 

mold you ctawaf la your owo doHgbHMI boaaa. |—raaialilalj lead' 

ESQUTMALT RARITY’* brtoreiL coll wli*i aa Meal location it noaaprtoo. ! 

owf noruiz ROBERT YOUNG either X * or « bedrooms, ar || 

. „ , 19*41M anytime hodroom. and S-ream artf-atotaloed 

Large living room with «ll* With aeparala entrances. An 1 

, excellent living roan with Sraptoee.l 

Open n re pi ace, big homey NEW LISTING aeparata large tormal d Intag morn 

bright kitchen, 2 bdrms, ktrawherry vale eilSST 

3-pee. bath and FULL ^'T , !e^? leVrT *?2, 

BASEMENT with automa- ^ANT*HimiR V '77*S7* Yoc 

tic oil heat! Choice loca- ganon -toms to suit will bk TO<J 

^,rwtu up «^ jss. 

plaza! Try low down pay- (to* Charming 2-bedroom (could 

ment and CMHV financing. UMj| PRICE REDUCED 

This will seU fast! Full ^ «*i«d taxto n-ri ^ MDt tcUaa . IM< tomtotroj 

price $11,500. 3854T41 any- &£?« SLT'wWrt ’V^u to^ ™ 

time. f.raity-tora Mtodeck, tlfht attrac 

TVT7-,r w„, DTOTra tlvo cabinet atecbfe kllctai, 1>4 rf *° ■ ” 

BEV. McARTHUR haiamn. am a laataatto recroa- ■ t :* 11 !***? ot *.. baitataa. 


TOM BEAL 
388-5451 or 3854987 


KER ft STEPHENSON 
LIMITED 


ELLWOOD NAULT 


INVESTMENT 

JAMES BAY 
612.900 


HIGH ON A ROCK 


ROOM, and many other fealuict 
which Include large oadsrk aad • 
gtitopaa at tha ■•. OOatod at anly 
*22.300 

Today*, beat buy. Don’t mlm til 
Call 294-21 21 MR. GREENE 39*0n* 


SERVING VICTORIA FOR 

OVER « YEAR* 


A CHRISTMAS PRESENT 
GORDON HEAD 
DON’T PASS UP A 
BARGAIN I 


ESQUIMALT 
(SELECT LOCATION 
$23,250 


(to Met afloat, claaa to precinct. 
WELL MAINTAINED TWO-BED 
ROOM. STUCCO HOME on 40x123' 
lot Good tivta man with H W. 
floor and Braplaew-taaiily Mtchen 
am 4-pce bath. Full basemen! 
wtth drive-ta r.rape tor amatl car 
□oar lo town and EXCELLENT 


CHRISTMAS PRESENT 
GORDON HEAD 
BRAND NEW 


WINDSOR PARK la 
|(South Oak Bay) 


tr etartor 0- rtinSRS GREAT OPPORTUNITY 

UNIVERSITY-CORDON 
room, and vanity bath on main. HEAD 

Tha bniemei* la am* developed _, . 

ami hai patatod nirnpu. roan, 4th ™* baaMIfal bona wax bnllt la 

hedroom, 2-poe. kadi, storage and •*■* On tha main floor are 2 

laundry area., Oiva-ia garage, ba d maraa. living -ronra wllh brick 

Now read lha ad again and aak flrapiaca, diiuag nmao. •.dramln* 

>aurasK whant atae aaa you gat all kitchen wllh adjacent utility room 
tola br eatiy SM.SOOT Quirt poaaee- and 4 pea bathroom. The k aaaa eanl . 
atow Bear ihtiveitoty and all I. fully and dellgMfnUy well 

achooto dry Hoped with a large rumpaa 

room, extra bad r aora. .para roomv 
RON SCATTERGOOD powder room and workshop. Th. lid 

, I. beaatifnfly laodaraped with 

478-1974 384-0531 lawn*, fruit trees and many shrubs. 

At tba roar at tha house 1. a maM 
lovely ■ trader It. Thla bam ia tml 
abaofutsly Imnaetgala condition 1 
ithnxagbM* and ia for aak. only 
because at tha owner's unexpected 
tranafar. The foil price t» S23.20U 
Pltato call Ted Grave, at M DTTl. 


ARE YOU SELLING? 


a torn work of ETHEL 
V aad JACE WILLIAMS 
lata la our Into no*. M boar. 
We raver give ap. Call «■ 


ASKING PRICE $26,750 

To View Contact 
RUSS FITZSIMMONS 
OR DEREK RAYNER 
AT 385-3111 

KER ft STEPHENSON LTD. 

680 Broughton 


LEO TON DU 


JUST *10VE RIGHT IN 

Of inaM aoratruetton and wllh full, 
baaenaal. tMa romtortable 2-bad- 
mean atuixxi tangatow la Mea mM 


carry tha eatapre Ftoaaa rail 
JOYCE MILLER, M*42T1 af 477- 
StL 


BYRON PRICE 
1314 Quadra 31 


JOHNSTON ft CO. LTD. 

Realtor. 

EaUbhahed IMI 


RETIRE SATISFIED 
WITH A WATER VIEW 

I ECORD TO NONE FROM THE 
IOST SPACIOUS OF LIVING 
BOOMS - OR FROM TH* DOTING 
AREA AND ULTRA MODERN 
KITCHEN — OR FROM A 
SHELTERED SUN DECK THIS IS 
TRULY A VERY WELL PLANNED 
HOME WTTH FINE BEDROOMS 
a rcmpi.taiy flBlahtd nunpu. room, 
hobby room, aelf-rontalned gra*’ 
armwmradaticm. two garage., aa 
evcellent lot. Near the Experlmen-, 
tal Farm. AaUwt ns.orn. 

R Cartwright or D. Robartaon, IS* 
2491 anytime 

LOVELY RANCHER 

Yhia tartoua baaaty at sear 7.41*: 
aq ft. arty * yean aid — Mealy 
la n ds ca p e d, large lot. high setting — 
■deal far rawly wad. executive or 
retired, camprlaea thru haB. minkaa 
I.-rtxxn. 23' hxig, radasd totam 
oak BOOT 2 bedroomi. Targe 
maatar bedroom, bathroom. 4-pr* 
vanity with draatong arm, dab. 
alert. klLchaa with rtMag monk ati 


COMMONWEALTH 
TRUST COMPANY 

HEAL EBTATB DTYWK7N 

623 Yatdg street 3884 


OPEN HOUSE 

Thun., 2-5 p.m. 

3916 GORDON HEAD RD. 

I (University area in 
(Picture Book Setting) 

Early American style rancher fang. 
— w._.. a meci.l 

morto sewing 


ASKING $14,950 

With grad terms 

MRS. MARY HOLTZKT 


NEAR BAY ST. _ 

Good older type home, excel!ert —Four bedroom, tor Dtnj 
maditlaa nine living mem dining complete bathrooms 
room, large bright Idtchkn, 3 -Prim-winning kltrhen 
iieirooma. full baaement. raw oil * Wring *7,200 — Term, 
heating. M* amp. wirlag, drlve-to ,, 

parage, taxes *TS* grow. Full price CARMAN ANGUS 

“ 5 k “S^STt ‘£S£- 

MR, Seymour 47*4021 at 385-2471 Anytime. 

299-311* 

FAIRFIELD 

erwk CHARMWO STUtXTO HOME 

*lx, . K Oado e area , <Xta to poran 

Otar home, gmd emditJarv All *° *°#e —*..! 


QUIET 

COMFORT 


Rancher-type. I bedroom home 
with aadudad backyard. .pell, 
comfort and charm. Living room 
17.1x14, dining roam li talO i, only 
U yaari old. 

$19,000 

MARY JAMES 
**MUT rami 


BEAUTIFULLY LANDSCAPED 
WITH 8ECLUSOM 


SWINERTON 
STEWART CLARK 


622.500 

3 BEDROOM—7 PER CENT 

An autiienttc Tudor split level 
located on a quiet rttl-de-nr la the 
SheJbaurrraCordan Bead area NHA 
flnanoed — dawa payaiant a. low 
•* MdBt Ready for Immediate 
occupancy. B. Price, 39S-J4S9. 


FAIRFIELD 

Luxurtoua raw hone. I bafeoara*. 
large aeparala dining room, 3 
hednoom. up, rec. room, bedroom 
and full vanity hath down. Large 
kitchen, aun deck and drive-in 


lovely large 2-bedroom home located 
■R*R9i la a aadudad area only 2 milaa from 
town. Large living room wtth door. 

11« i ■ Mo wttb nyce view. Cabinet 
leiactrtc bttrhe* wltb eatlnj: »rea 

— . . ... . ■- -lrag- 

_with 

_.. wtth Greea- 
Poeilbte VLA.' 


GEORGE RANDALL. LTD. 
3844109 


Two large badrota.. Double 
piu. r.rporl Properly abaua 
i.hrubi and frUt tree., J *‘ 
home at bark. “ 


OPEN HOUSE 
SATURDAY 1:30-4:30 P.M. 
1876 SAN MIGUEL 


WALKING DISTANCE i 

BEAT THE 
BUS FARES 

Be flrit to .ea thl. clean all hot 
water healed retirement bunga¬ 
low featuring: J^rga 11 tog 
room., two bedrooms, thrraqh | 
M* t hree piece batir™,, 
kltrhen wtth euaiMnrtta range, 
adequate dining apace. Full 
baaement Senarale raraga. I*g7 
net taxes IIS,71. 
exclusive Lianna 
ACT OincXLY- 
PRICE $12,654 

PJreae call STAN CORNISH, m 
7321 anytima or rn 182 5879. 


DON'T WATT —-- 

OWNER OF THIS LOVELY HOME 
AT TH* ASKING —*— “ 

man. 

DOM CLARK 

«r*i*r 


BE THE HAPPY 


PRICH 


DOUGLAS REALTY 
LIMITED 

*70 Doug) a. Street 19* 

(Opp Hudaaa'a Bay More) 

GORDON HEAD 


COMMONWEALTH 
BUYS, SELLS AND 
TRADES HOUSES! 


~ a. _ .. . _. . . .. . v/AAJ dbVA na»*^rtb a*Ad**A 1 BAUIt I uun rBFJBlI A HUM D. 

raw [k. grata Mtataki APT. ZONED LOT 60x120 ^T. £ traBSo.^ r ” “ 

haUroan. cab. Mac. Mk-hra 1 ^ 

■lambed tor^ 1W* *p»clou* l«ml-buiigBlow g ILL TYSON, 3884271 

bra a mlty gaod toew and caci be bu jugt been lilted exdu- 

SStLT’tra'fti.I^STrt mSS OW world charm * * * * 

Bia Bra * B arbara combined with modern coo- IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 

venienceg, walking distance $11,900 

CORDOVA BAY to town and park, with ahop- LOW DOWN PAYMENT 

5 BEDROOMS ping and transportation just This vanauig apt-aouad. 3-«urer. 

j Ml-baanint, all-heated horna la aa 

One of Victorias Irati h-ne. an “** . ™ " S 0 . 1 ^ l*^ 

1% .era WATERFRONT. Dwi with available. Asking 629.500. Uv* * tor*, rxrami Jawn rair^ 

toff 1 Wtt- plea,e “U MR- CUSTANCE, bathroom up or a apariou. 


Drive north on abelbaurne. 
right os Fafttam. left on 
Ltngvlew. left on Sap Ptan, 
right on San Miguel. Thl. I- 
badnn. hone to only I tort, 
old, to* fully landscaped and 
fenced ud will he ready for 
onciwaray Dec. 13th If you 
haven't uld you preaeat borne, 
we'll tala U ce trad* Kan 
Mlgual la a Short, dea d ewd 
atreet away from the noliy 
main Ilraeta Cota aad btwwu 
around ao Sat., ar. 1/ you want 
to see it hadrewbaad, give JIM 
RANSON a call at 47*snn or 
»*IM1 ISLAND HOMES LTD. 

full price oa na 

(W PER CENT NHA MTGE ) 


MT TOLMIE — UNIVERSITY 
REDUCED C2.MI 

Tha awrwr baa aaklgned ia lo sail 
thla aa quickly a* paaalble aad ha. 
reduces tba price from 121.MS to 
Hf.Bfie. so don't dally <w tki. u li 


Betid baaraad cefling. — Flnato af 
wall panelling, roar bed ro om a 
[Frw bathrooms Tremendoa. nam- 
poa room. Lata torac.r atiaclwd 
garage, beautiful garden, tort Ma 
aad preatlga location 
M1099 

A K- SDGERNON 
222T17A tea MLM 


CLARKE ft WALLACE 

REALTY LTD. 

ra Broughton St. 99*971 

I Acroaa from lala'i Car Park 


Ural bouse on a 10T x IB' lot The 

many aatraa are faratiaaal addi¬ 
tions. Tbara'a allawaaea to expand 
with tom extra b a tttat i .; bathroom 
and a 27 x 91' recreation room 

rrooBadrta. la tba totoht ba.ianart 
Tha waebraanrap la nnd-rlaaa, aad 
nn .asset a. to -THE met 

IS ONLY nec 

LORN* PREVOST, *9*8714 anytime 


anm't la.t long at thla price. 2 
bedrooms aa main floor Wtth eetf 
contained suite up, fully furoiahed 
■nd rented at MB per retail OOM 
hot water beaL Separate garage. 
Automatic wa titer and electric 
range down Included. Far appoint 
mrrda to view ar further tafarma- 
tka 


OPEN HOUSE 
. THURS-, FRI.. SAT 
2-4 P.M. 

3223 SHELLEY 


LJKE NEW 
LANGFORD 
3 BEDROOMS 

A good to9 In any language. 
Thla buna contains UM iquara 
feet of Uvtag ataa. Ganlrad cm 
a tor*, nicely lands raped tot. 
Feature* kwtiy Mkl4 I tins roam 
wltt aak Boos, large apartous 
aiec. cab. 


JOE MANTON. 3854271 


ERIC PORTER 


iry FOUR- 
DOUBLE 
room and 


Living room to 14x21 with the 
'"'■.P 4 *™ • paarttad feature 

wall Full narrate faaaamant 
ha. a 14x21 rumpus room. 


NEW 

IMMEDIATE FOMERHOH 

A aitiinctiva and beautiful heme 
vtTatod na an attractive treed lot 
wun ucluilon Built nv an axperl 
rr af t o a a n and offering many de¬ 
lightful feature*. Contains * large 
to- Iroomi mailer bedroom ha. en 
aulto bath. Family bath 1. 4-pce 
with vanltv. Living room with wall 
In-wall ruga, asperate dining room, 
well-appointed rahlrat kitchen with 
hullt-ln rarer* and breakfati area 
Ground level basement, den with' 
wcon-1 fireplace Roughed ln play ! 
ronm. Sunderk and carport Asking 
<12.100 full prto*. toe It now, call 

| LLOYD ELLIS 


Compart bungalow 1* a aaiect Fair- PLUMBING. Large rec. 

Raid JacaUaa feacioa llvwa nwra niany axtraj that will 
with flreplaca, two bedroomi Pern- mc.l dlaciimlnatlng huye. . . . . 

s?OTr«sgSar i ^5; ssj; mqrtgagi •» ■ 

storage aheti Ha haaaenaat ao only -- - 

two steps makes It Ideal for elderly 

a- 2S ^our last cmance 

lane Full Insulation with electric 7 Per Cent NHA. Mortgage 
heat makaa an easily malpttlned REST HAVEN DRIVE 

rnmfarlatila home. Unit to water- _ _ ... 

frog, tranraortatian and .tore*. Net ■ r * n ? "f" troaml-hedrm. 
laves I11L price BIMD with «» level with larga family room 
rroaaaabta cart payment, balance Main Floor. Loaded with extra, 
by Agraamoit of Sals at 9 per rtpt. TRULY BEAUTIFUL HOb 
Pleas* ask for W. JONES 2M-4117. Monthly payment, only *U1 P.LT. 


JUST LISTED 
COLWOOD 

Ba lha first la sea thla fraahly 
daenratod 7-year-old boara Family 
avd LIVING BOOM »i air. 
wrought Iron tialrway to central 
tall Witt TRBEE BEDROOMS and 
VANITY BATHROOM- Mea LARGE 
KITCHEN ha. tots of rating area 
and pienly of cupboard. Half 
Imrament with OOM he.t and 
wnrktimp far Dad. TERMS are 


GEORGE RANDALL LID. <je cm 

TII Pandora Ava. JAb.flWJ 

S^a^rarta ta.u.-' 

M HOUR* aplii-feval planad far hart an bugai 

aratiew tot on Fanadala Road to 

- bnautUnl Cord* Head. 2 bad moral. 

large bright family ttniig area off 

H0MES !£», ^?o c^flro^a 

DIRECT FROM BUILDER £ bST. 

Backad tar a 1-year guaralUea parorom m odl ty^n today a 11 mart at 

£ “«• 5 ZJES* au •■SSTS Rotart McAd ^ “ a ^*- 

badrooma Well located lor irbool. McADAMS INVESTMENT! LTD. 
aad uBtrorally. Also a 3-bedroom 
duplex I. now well advanced to 
a nlc* quiet treed area Handy far 
ito*. and .bopping. (M.I2 

Buy am ot thaaa and hava yam I 
abolca In cetoura, ato. 

Day or avatlng. call 


kitchen load ad with 
npwly palntad I lures 
DM heat Easy farms 

PRICE 613.995 

For .ppotolmml to view 
(toll DERRICK AU7UNGER 39*n2t 
anytima ar nra 47*4UB “ 
BOORMAN INVESTMENT CO. L^D. 


D. F. HANLEY 
AGENCIES LTD. 


NEW IN GORDON HEAD 
Country Atmospherg 
2 VANITY BATHS 

Thu la an exceptionally well 
built houM tituated among other 
fine homes feature*: 1KM «q. n. 
•< llvtitg area, large lovely living 
room wllh floor-lo-celilng Cre- 
place, 10 x 12 dining room, rtlny 


EM DOUGLAS STREET 
395-770 

34 HOUR SERVICE 


WILL ARRANGE 
TO: * 

BUY. SELL 
OR 

TRADE YOUR 
HOME 


B.G LAND 
ft INVESTMENT 
AGENCY LTD. 
GOVERNMENT ST. I 


TO DON’T WAIT 'TIL '68 
„„ SEE THIS NOW 
la f.„ This S - bedroom bom* In a good 

where aroa of FagnfMlt it bright and 

naa to InimaculaU. All Cha charm of an 
nra to aider tana baa beea retained and 

(Boat com blood with the tacllRlei of 
Wta modern Utiti* Separate dating 
r<m^w room, s e wing roam, full bammenl 
aad lovely tot Full price *11.400. 

JIM LOBB, 388-4271 


raw atoctric Idtchan wtib ma. 
hagaay eaMacta, I roomy trad- 
room. with 2-pc*. bat* all Barter 
badroara. fa* haaaaaat OOM 


FAMILY HOME 
$ 12,000 
SIDNEY 


SAANICH 
SUBURBAN 
4 ACRES PLUS 
*• yora apgortadly 


632,000 

UPLANDS 


PRICE 624,500 

For. p prim want to view call 
DERRICK AUIUHCEB. *9*7221 


CALL 385-7761 ANYTIME 


REESON ft PINCH HOMES 
477-6668 


taigakra la tmmacatitia eondHtoo. 
Full camant huarml with dftxa 
room aad pbaabtag. Attacted 
larara. Lovely gargaa. Call Mr. 
Hops, raw anytima. 


and ora toar mtia* out Tba » 
bedrm, hot wmtra baafad bom Ito 
•atari aa aaa ba Owua toatc 

farred, ri ba n ba ttto valuable 
proper^; would not be far rale Full 
price ©4,300 with approx. >a cart. 
Call MR. JAMES. ISLAND HOMES 
Lid.. 18*7543, res. 392-9797 


HOME FOR XMAS 
TWO BEDROOMS 
613.900 

HArdwood Qdcbi thnmghoui i 
live married flreplaca in 
Hying room. Spariou. brlgh 
rtraa. break.aal nook, t. lUy 
Poaaaaatou aooa Try *3.090 
Ptxrra 

TOM BEAL 


lot ad your nhnkw taw dawn pay¬ 
ment AO typaa at llaanelna avail 
abto. alra plana and awe Float ion. 
Cunaoii a fra detail, by nhonlnr 
E Ulrich at 284 972* 


UNIVERSITY 
REALTY LTD. 

3639 8HELBOURNE ST. 
IN THE PLAZA 
477-1855 


Be "PENNIE’’ Wig* 
AND CALL 

rasan or hiih 

METROPOLfTAN REALTY LTD. 


j. McLaren const. 
DIRECT 
HOME SALES 


URGENT!!! 

$2,500 DOWN 
$22,000 FULL PRICE 

One of Victoria’* old Show place, 
light acrow town Beacon Hill Park. 
Horn# la In exroilert condition with 
new aopper plumb! ns end wiring 
Zoned tor bouastoseplnc until anil 
corid aadlly ba eanverled or hitler i 
•till — a tovelv targe, large family’ 
dwelling. Don't mlea seeing thla 


A BEAUTIFUL 
THREE YEAR OLD! 
623,500 

You will want ta enjoy ttaa* 
parquet floor., the aunderk, the 
vita and tarrar-ed gartian' And 
thaaa ara but a few at the feature, 
which auks thla modera, 2-bed- 
roam ham# io appaallngi Tha *H; 
I per rent mart gag* at duly 1121 
iirahrilng laxei! 1 will atae plaaaa 
| tha practical buyer i Call 


QUCNMANOR PARE 
Cotwood 

Visit Calwood'a moat modern auto 
dJvtotoa. Etotraaca by Ridley Drive 
•uat part Oolwood Shapplna Ptom 
2 bedroom home, wllh full haaa- 
menl, lncludlaa Icl. Iran line. 

f l.dOB down will handle: halanro 
nanclng can he arranged All ou, 
home* era bailt by Hurtitr Con- 
aiructlon. Pttona B. Blaks 4t*lZfl 
anytime 

OLYMPIC HOMES LTD. 

1015 Fort ■treat 


VICTORIA CONSTRUCTION LTD 

■MU aifr23 


room HOME FOR XMAS! 

down 

Owner haa vacand 3-badroan hun- 

e low with automatic hot water 
at. On exreUanl lot within 3Vi 
mile circle. Separate garogr. Aik¬ 
lng (11,900. wllh icrmt. Phone evea. 

3M-27S4 <r 98*7189 

l.sSTai UPLAND*—BUT* EXETKR NEW RETIREMENT HOME BUI.TII Beautiful Hllto tra-alep J-bataram 

■th. Full large home, half block from water, Near Woodwarti’a la very nice con- hone. Pipware. UUUty Room Ckw* 

•soar, nicety ptocoad. Many extra, toad- dltlnn LEO VAN DYk. 18*3471 lo town Prtc* ni.M. To view 

acapad. Ftxxa Btdktor, ra73*L lanyUmpl .ekraloto A Co. Plaaaa eeU Rose Cbnpa W-4211 


1M MODEL HOME YOU CAN 
AFFORD 
HILLVIEW A' 


SNOW WHITE 1 

*14,nm — and qraad-nsw. delightful 1 
apacloili modern home of aix 

rremra plue full high bammenL rac. - 
r,iom. triple plumbing, patio .un- 
derk. dnoble carport, paved drive 
lawn (Near till* or larmi. Ta view, 
■all F. Marcool 

29*gM day « sight 
MARCO HI REALTY *20 Vtow 


TORQUAY 


REALCARE 

ESTATES LTD. 

B2 Comma ft. ft 


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6813231 

L 

3800 

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fctll VlctCflo, B.C, Thurtdoy, December 7, Iff? 


l S3 WAHTID TO 3UY 
HOUSES 


Green Ra pped 


* P.H. BROWN A SONS 
LTD. 

763 Fort Street 3*5-3435 


.USION 


®awv?jsre 

■am* of our buyers 


C*U Mr*. Htrtt 18V 
r. R. Brawn A Sons. 


full' 


seraload M. N B A. 

Cordon Hod. SUM with buflrta* 
cataract 

Byron Price Ml 

LARGE COtWOOD LOT. DRAIN- 
•I* perfect Near raw high school, 
*&TO. m* 4TMIM _ 

ATTRACTIVE VIEW LOTA 
southtra tnpona. am block tram 
city bux. ob —war 183-4883_ 


PLASTERER WANTS ANY NOOSE 
nmiln> Papain, prlc* an object, 
*n» district»i*A* Rialty Ltd.. 


TWO HXD ROOMS 
nxlMi TO SEA 

Trr Urn rotate ooupi* w%a mol 
ta maka the Anna* to ■ stale 
tirm to the ora shop* and tor* 
MbAa tot ns dtoooa th* 
■dvaidama of living ta i » 
ranratlae black. A low monthly 
m««H. no worrtra about 
town, boaUnf or otter minor 
choree and tfi* knowlteg* that 
your bodgrt onto te ptaimte ate 
frilowad an mama at ttw (Batumi 
you cm 4mpmA aa. TW* 3 bod- 
roam etate hai a torn living 
ram. dttaog ana. anmlaiL 
compote kttCbtol Bart} 1 0**1* 
aton can te antonaad. Thto niita 
to naltaUctey priori at SUKM. 


WATERntONT — 1 tec ranma _ 
up to m.noe. Hut oaah. pin** eta 
WANDA STARR. MW *r 4 TV 
KBS. 


OPEN HOUSE 
GORDON HEAD 
SAT., DEC. 9 
,2 - 4 P M. 

1897 SKYLARK PLACE 
I bedroom*, ram for Tnor*. I 
bathroom* at couroe la thl* attrac¬ 
tive home — 14M *q. R. with a 
further 1MR to ft ievatopei on tha 
lower laveL Erdartalnmerd liaed 
living ram. dining room, r*c. room 
and sundeck All with a (antaitlc 
ae* view. Magnificent floor to 
rolling fireplace* ta both living 
room and rec. room. Roomy 
kitchen with taglt-tna ate Craatwood 
cahlnete Extorter Anita b atucco 
and lock with A try* at heavy 
thakn. Separata double carport. 
Many more iptendld featurea but 
vou mint »i them. An executive 
bom*, priced at 

HUH 

JACK TURNER 185101 


WANTED—OLDER HOMES NEED- 
tag repair* between HOon and 
Butter Office S8AMI8A Ra* 47712*1. 
PO.uot Otymptc Bum** Ltd- Dm 

URGENT—CRIPPLE REQUIRES 8- 
bedirom. no-*tep* home. Please 
rail Rnaa Chapa- IM-Mto *r 812- 
4312. Dlctde Aganclaa 


LANGrORD — N*ad bom* around 
112.000. Bagemcnt not n *ce* airy. 
Fiaaa* call WANDA STARR anytims 
U 188-3381 or ITS KB. 


LOTS OT LOTS NEEDED 
Anywhar* — up to M.tM CaR 
WANDA STARR anytims. IH Ull 

•r INW 


■hold out of homes" 

AI type* required Client* wetting. 

BRYAN LEVERTON 
MulL Haling agent. 8B5ANI anytlm* 


NORTH COWICHAN *— 
Conn. Gerry Smith rapped 
reeve candidate Clauds 
Green for statements re¬ 
garding damming the Che- 
mainus river to improve 
the water supply in the 
northern part of the muni¬ 
cipality. 

Ooun. Smith told ooudoO Wed¬ 
nesday Afternoon that eatimated 
cost of the dam «m 11,000,000 
in 1953. He aaid "Unfortunately 
people hearing of this proposal 
don’t realize the ooet Involved 
(now). 

He said these figures ware not 
given in the news story. 

Colei. Smith said the munici¬ 
pality spent |1,700 on a survey. 
Engineers had pointed out that 
walks In Trans-Canada. Highway 
area would have leas than a 50 
per cent chance of producing 
water satisfactorily. 

Survey Good 

Reeve Donald Morton aaid "A 
two-year water survey tor the 
northern part of the municipal¬ 
ity la fairly complete." 

Memberi of the Maple Bay 
Ratepayere' Assentation expres¬ 
sed great interest to amalga¬ 
mate thetr fire department with 
the North Cowichan (south end) 
fire department. Recently they 
were told by their fire chief tiat 
building up the Maple Bay 
department would be very 
coetiy, and would result in a 
sharp tax inereasa. 

Fire Ballot 

Com. John Cannon aaid dis¬ 
cussions on the issue are 
con tinutng, but meanwhile, 
Westhoime residents will face a 
referendum in March to decide 
whether they want the Grofton 
volunteer fire department to 
cover their area. 

Coun. -Cannon aaid "The fire 
committee agreed the objective 
in the past four year* has been 
to develop fire protection 
throughout the whole munici¬ 
pality and to establish fire 
protection aa a utility." 

He said plant also oaH for a 
fire protection area between 
Herd RdAd and the Trtna- 
Canada Highway-Somanoa Road 
intersection. 


TREMENDOUS 
OPPORTUNITY 
6536 WEST SAANICH RD. 


Thto 44 acre* of beautiful farmland 
I* cully Wes, tin rd by • torg* 
wooden '‘For Soto" algn. and front* 
on the Wot Sualob Rote hetman 
Victoria tad Brentwood. (Juat be¬ 
fore you get to Keating Oreo* Road 
yrxi will **r I! an Ihe left-hand 
•Ida.) To a groat axtant to* late to 
cleared. Thera Ik Bonn* 4 «m te 
taaufacrrta*. The full prlea with 
term* to jwt tad.ton PI**** aaD 
Tad Grave* at 383-8771. 

BROWN BROfl AGENCIES LTD. 

MS sm anytime 


S-betlraam horn* wlto extra kit or 


BE IN FOR CHRISTMAS 

LOVELY COLWOOD 
Thl* v*ry attractive l-badromn split 
tote to offered for uto far th* flrk 
time. All room* or* iperloui- 
Saparat.' dtnleg-rooa. aton tamlly 
■Ito kitchen with large eating area. 
4-pee. bathroom ate 3-por art 
rtlmpu* rata. Wlfte for weihar 
and dryer WILL NOT LAST *t tha 
low price of najm. Call me NOW. 
Mr*. Bart. MS-MIS any lira*. 


WANTED 

SMALLER TWO BEDROOM 
HOME TOR ELDERLY COUPLE 
NOW LIVING IN A MCfTEL- ANY 
GOOD AREA CLOSE TO TRANS¬ 
PORTATION. 


WILLOW! SCHOOL AREA 
S OB « BEDROOMS 

IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 

Start th* children at Willow* 
Acted rtoht aftor tha Now Yoar 
from nil Immoral*!* family 
bom* ready for occupancy now. 
Thera to a large living room and 
dining mm. 1 large bedroom* 
on thg mala Baer with ■ 4-pea. 

bathroom. Off to* rabtmt Idt- 
chm tter* Is a break toot nook 
leading ta ■ ■haltered aondeck. 
In th* full bojacoir* (her* li a 
doubt* ba tou or n . A fitting roan 
or fourth bedroom, 3-pee bath¬ 
room and a fine playroom lor 
ttw rMktmo TM* tom* la seel- 
11*1 colly priced at 821.58* Far 
further tahmteUaa ate appolol- 
ment* ta view anytime, ptooaa 
mil J. W. Rttahto, MS-TTOT. 

AM toted wllh 
Yorketom Trust Ota 


NEW! 

SUBDIVISION 
GORDON HEAD! 
NHA APPROVED 


WANTED 

OLDtA THREE OR roUR-HKD- 
KOOM HOME FOR RETIRED 
CIVIL SERVANT ARRIVING DE¬ 
CEMBER 15. HAS CASH UP TO 

128.0* 

WANTED 

THREE-BEDROOM HOME WITH 
ENOUGH LAND FOR THREE 
HORSEo PREFER COLWOOD OH 
METCHOS1N. BUT WILL CONSI¬ 
DER OTHER AREAS. 


F. R Brora *ad Son* bar* 

mortgage money 
always available. 
Preferred rate*. 


Kaiael Craatriicflra On Ltd. 
Phone MA«i« Anyttm* 
WANTED 

APARTMENT SITE, any abto. Call 
M E. DUNN, MaytolrlUaUy Ltd. 
Phone 3M-38SI or Realdonc* Phono 

I84-2B9. _ 

WE WANT AN APARTMENT SITE 
CLOSE IN WE PAY CASH. KAS- 
API CONSTRUCTION CO. LTD-. 
gas-giai _ 

LOTS OR ACREAGE Hi ANY AREA 
Vickary g Soaa Ltd. 

MJ-1M until 

NORTH VANC ISLAND PROPER- 
tlea Corker and Ihbataag easanloa 
Box 1488 Campbell River- __ 

CASH NOW FOR LOTS 
GHmrar Canoe.. 4TT-1M 


BUY HER A HOME 
FOR CHRISTMAS 


My client* have aaddenly bee a 
tramferred Eaat. and have reluc¬ 
tantly put their home on tha 
market Four bodrooms — the 
master has wmU-trwwall carpeting 
and tha two upstair* are twin size 
for the large family. Mew wiring 
new plumbing, new rota, and in 
mint condition. Healed wtth oil. 
Asking Ol soa Another wdotatelng 
exrhialv* wllh JESSIE MrC.RATH, 
ao call me at S8S4T41 for apgolnl- 
■rata to view. 

Northwest*™ Securities Ltd. 

~ PRIVATE SALK 
Oar-don Head area, 4-bod i 'ora. splH 
level, only I month■ old, double 
plumbing, owner transferred, muat 
MIL principals only. 4T7-4iSl 


J. C. (JACK) WALDRON 

D F. Hanley Ag*oriel Ltd. 
185-77® (J4hr. Mrvtce.) 


V.L.A. APPROVED LOT 
ON SEWER 
35.250 

On a (elect wooded subdivision 
cIom te tte *ea at BMncy. All 
■ryWi In and ready to gn For 

details ptoaM call 

J. H. Ford ttolRffl 

A. L Wagner 4T7 2981 

or MM411 anytlen* 

Ker k Stephenson Limited 
680 Broughton 


WANTED!! 


For Feb, occupancy, a-.7-hedroom 
full basement horn* or tide-by-*tda 
duglax Preteably FalrttaW, Jubl- 
leo *r Oak Bay Client tea ®4.aM 
cash ta deal with. 


136 ACREAGE FOR SALE 
AND WANTED 


GARDNER AGENCIES 
LTD. 

899 FORT STREET 
385-1448 

SUPERIOR 
WORKMANSHIP 
HIGH WITH OAKS 

Ciadam built by tea electrldaa 
fwiwr, thto Uto M. ft ■eatarpleca 
to taxi lira pligiered throughout with 
th* heat of finishing rwcyntirs 
Tha super aloe 22 ft Uvtag room 
ho* IS feet of drape* tocltete wlto 
Indirect lighting from tha valance. 
Mahogany feature wa4 on tireplaca 
aide ate one end alio have apedal 
hgbttag. Dining room has encaer 
window with drape* tnchntod 3 
grad rise bedrooms hav* targe 
crate* ten Mehta. Lately 4-pca 
bathroom and than what, every 

b rani fa wanta. a ipeclol Mutery 

room off tha mat* hall next to tha 
tom and lovely family kitchen. 
Fun hl*h cement baaemant haa 
nirngui rwem apooa wtth Onplaoa. 
Caywbrt oft aide tone give* sows 
puking spar* lor ail your Ota* and 
brat* Lot to cataatteeiy land¬ 
scaped. Thto to not a run Bt tha 

IF 4 'TOT?"HAVE NOT SOLD YOUR 
HOUSE YET, WE CAN ARRANGE 


ALSO 


—Klaus Muenter photo 

Morton , Coun . Dennis Hogan at work 


Five mile* from Victoria, partly 
Cleared rolling parklike land, fair 
amount of pasture, suitable for 
■ubdlvtoloo later, on navad road. 
Priced to aell at glMtAwlth KM 
down. Phone Fred Bergman. MC- 
2955, 388-0790. Mayfair Realty Ltd. 

10 ACRES 

Ralllaf ate tread, g*nlto circle 

gn.sST Exclusive. L. MOILLIET, 
IS LAND HOMES LTD. J88-7545. 
r«s «5fi-527k _ 

ACMUuif FOR SALS' 

L*r»s or gmalL with or without 
home. Building lot* etc. Call 
GEORGE CHAN, tte IsoctoJIal ta 
Land MS2MB. Mayfair Realty Ltd. 


2-3-bed ram, 34 acre plu* property. 
Royal Oak to Sidney way. 

Your htep to much appreciated. 
PlM** call 

CLIFF SALMOND 
AT GARDNER AGENCIES 
LTD. 

477-3626 385-1448 


Mr*. MacWilllam and Mrs. Wallace 

in a band am. Phan **-*7*1 any¬ 
time. 

CUSTOM-BUILT 'HOMES BY " EX- 

perleacad ga Ba raa aa low aa MDO 

down. Trade-In* conalderod Phne* 
Mr. Roberts. SM2M. 


CORDOVA BAY 

New aubdlvlslon, Isrga Ms Sea 

B lan ooroer of Wetaly and Hah- 
urtorv Seme with aaevlew Priced 
at (5.M0 ahd Op Call GEORGE 
CHAN. MS-2955. R*a. 382-MU May- 
tata Boolty Ltd. 

GORDON HEAD 

CHOICE SEA VIEW LOT. *0x10. In 
Mrtnded taeallnn on Loca r no Lane 
Sewar ta preporty. Majgy beastaful 
trees and aheuha aa property full 
price Can Call GBOflCE CRAN. 
MAYFAM REALTY LTD. Pbon* 


Reeve Hits Back 
On Water Issue 


111 COUNTRY HOMES AND 
RROtIRTIES 


NORTH SAANICH 
HOME AND ACRE 
PLUS WORKSHOP 

A wall crastrueted boat* built ta 
tort taraver. Located an ever an 
■ere o' property with trait end 
ornamental trae*. Caasltos of ■ 
lores living room, eenerate dining 
room, twebedrnnms, bath men and 
imrgi kitchan- Extra bedroom and 
rumste In tte Ml haaemenl. Extra 
larM paved drive end parking 
area, separata handing ltd* far 
garage or workshop- This very 
attractive p rog M ty to ta axeeltoM 
eoteitlon 

PRICE 323.250 

ERIC GRAHAM. IM-TIH anytime 


URGENTLY NEEDED 
2 BEDROOM 
BASEMENT HOME 
SUBSTANTIAL CASH 


NORTH COWICHAN— Reeve candidnta Claude Green's 
suggestion to use the Chemalnue River ai a prater supply for 
the northern part U the municipality was termed "allghtly 
ridiculous" by opponent Donald Morton. 

Reeve Morton *aid “We have been surveying all podsible 
sources of water during the pagt two years and the survey* 
are now fairly complete. 


CASH FOR ACREAGE ADJACENT 
ta aoww. Haeenl Prat. Mt*m 

ACREAGE WANTED, CLOSE-IN. 


BUILDING LOTS 
tm DOWN «25 PER MONTH 
MELVILLE PARK 
—Located in Sidney, eeroae from 
Reel Havre Hratetal. 

—148 lota—7(7 to 7T froulagea. 
—NHA a p proved ito par nag mart 
gag* available. 


COMMIRCIAL 

PROPCRT1CS 


FEBRUARY OCCUPANCY 

1 hav* client* for the following on 
*r befon Fab. 2SttL 
I—* BR'e. da or rae. room, full 
baermete. aat ov*r g2S.OO(l 
>—4 BR'e, wllh remainder of 
■cragimodattofl lo melrh. Up¬ 
land* araa only, bp to gM.DM 
i—Three rllents for geod home* 

rater HIM 

Please phone GEORGE BLACK¬ 
BURN at By nip Prlea Realtor! at 


“Mr. Green is two years behind times and Is Just not 
knowledgable about municipal affairs. 

“The engineers state very plainly the only circumstances 
under which a dam on the Chemainus River might become 
economic would be where a vastly greater quantity of water 
was required in addition to the domestic needs of Chemainus 
and the cost of storage could be shared." 

The reeve pointed out even engineers are doubtful whether 
an economic site for large storage exists "even at the cost 
of more than 31,000,000.” 


CUFF SALMOND 


BOORMAN INVESTMENT 
CO., LTD. 


tractate, over MS* sg tart ta 
kutklM Town ate Ctajntrv 
•r-a fW call TED CHARTRES, 
tall m m. JM-MM. Mayfair Realty 

Ltd. 

COMMERCIAL 2DNED. 2 LOTS 
AND STUCCO HOUSE 2 ROAD 
FRONTAGES NEAR MELBOURNE 
PLAZA. DON TREGEAR. 477 1816, 


385-1448 


477-3626 


—Caterteiod telldlag. I V taac te d b* 

vestment 

■LEOQ BROTHERS 
Lumber Ltd. 

r. Pteta: 470-7151 Raa «M-1497 


YOU ASKED FOR IT 

—A modem etisco* borne. 

—2 bedroom*. 

.—targe bright kitchen. 

—Full batemeat. 

—Ateomelke oil beat 
—Foil prtaa UI.Ml 
—Good lerme 


THE YORKSHIRE 
CENTRAL SAANICH 

Jute 15 minute* from downtown 
Victoria An older 3-bedroom harra 
for aomeon* who lnoe* tte cnonlry 
• tmoiphert end quiet living. Ideal 
family borne or for retired or *emi- 
irtlred coupto who wish to make a 
■noli Iscow bum grocery a!or* 
fatallUoa In IroaL Thl. bam* te* a 
fall baectncta perttalfy developed, 
drlve-io parking, new automatic oil 
teoL ocw electric Wtriag, largo 
Living room with Braplace. Siding 
•xfertar end durold rooL Ru* ataa 
*1 tear Terms may he armagte- 
Priee frt.RSS For taformaftan "f 
viewing call HOB SQUIRES. 588- 
PH or BOM ALLEN. 185-707. 

THE YORKSHIRE AND 
CANADIAN TRUST LTD. 

757 Fort Street 
184-0514 


VALUABLE LOT 
104’xl73’ 


THERE'S NO 
SPEED LIMIT 


DOUBLE ACCESS 
Maple end Roderick Si reel* 
LIVEABLE HOUSE 

Only 310.950 


HAVE A PARTY! 
Entertain yearn friend* In tale 
beautiful 2-year-eld ateceo taoaa. 
Kin's whet you get: 

—Large bright living room. 

—Raised hearth fireitaoe. 

—Sparkling ktoctea. 

—g bedroomo- 
—1 bathrrara*. 

—tart* rec. room area. 

—AS d* line featurea 
—Full prtae tM50a 
-Good Utma 

A LOVE NEST 

Fnr roung or eld don't r*l*« tel* 
cite end co*y little Jewel. 1 
bedrooms — no stop* — well built 
— gulet area. Full prtra Ml.Mi. 
Try your torma. 

CaB SMJrm ae NMI1 

DON PATTERSON 

Northweteern gecurlttas Ltd. 


WANTED MEDIUM B1ZE DAIRY 
farm suited to modern operation*, 
in Draran or Courtenay araa Ro- 

S llo* ronfldteUoL Victoria Pre**, 
ox Ot. 

159 ^ GULP ISLANDS 
PROPERTIES 


Reeve Morton said “On a regional basis those benefittin* 
from services will still pay the whole cost and it is doubtful 
with the present population if we can attempt it 

*’My recommendations to the Chemainus Ratepayers' 
water committee will be, to consider the Chemainus River 
supply much later because ol the immense coat and im¬ 
practicability of financing it. 

“We have immediate solutions well In hand with Holyoak 
Lake and Weddells Lake. 

“Mr. Green's dream Is all very well for lomenne who 
doesn't understand the financing of municipal projects." 


Land Purchase 

Coun. George Whittaker ex¬ 
pressed great delight about the 
purchase of a piece of land 
from Elmer Campbell, a mem¬ 
ber of the Cw v tctwui Indian 
bend, tor die widening of Cliffs 
Road. 

Coun. Whittaker termed the 
deal as “the beginning of better 
co-operation. 

“Band manager Row Modeste 
is putting himself out to bring 
about better feeMng and co¬ 
operation,” he said. 


Whim you aril ynur kome through 
Mtatiel* LiaUsg- Think moiern—gn 
Multlpi*—more Money — loiter! 
Tn sea mate y aettan, rail any 
Realtor ate say "List Multiple, 
■lease " A servlr* eg the Victoria 
Real E*to<* BrarA. 


ARMY ARMSTRONG 
385-1448 ns. 478-2855 

GARDNER AGENCIES LTD. 


SALT SPRING ISLAND 


NHA — GORDON HEAD 


FOR QUIET EASY LIVING 
2-3 acre. NT beech . M 


OLDER HOMES WANTED 
in 

Good Residential Area 

We have buyers watting. Price 

range trt.eee In llt.aM. Ptaaee rail 

JOHN CHAPMAN or FRANK 
WOYCHESHIN, MM741. Northwest¬ 
ern ftecuritte* Ltd. 


On Elmhurst Place. Amongst hoau- 
fcful new home* and lowering 
evergreen*, near University, 
auuUi at Frtttem Rrad Phan* 
now — only gs.4M with ennfrart. 

Kaoata CaaelrucUon Co LUL 
Call M-CSl anytime 

Aik far Jack Pavia 


3-hodronra ora i4ew 
acre*, fetal free*, 
water, tear ferry 
P O.. 


BRENTWOOD 
Propertiei Ltd. 

7183 W. Saanich Rd. 
Your Brentwood Bay Realtor 
for properties and iiwurance. 
652-1141. 


The reeve noted one of the main problems arising from 
the Chemainus River proposition is the provision of a spillway 
section to regulate the water masses going over the dam 
during the winter month* at the rate of more than 10,000 
cubic feet per second. 


714 acr**. 1,100 ft road front 12.500 
cash 


! ! PRAIRIE FAMILY I ! 

Desperate. Will My oaah for 2 or 

I HR bran* with at without te**.- 
aacM. Older home OX For market 
evaluation without aWigatlco call 
MRS. MITCHELL 
Md-4401 nr 4H-282S 
talrtey Philips’ Hoiaeflnder* Ltd. 


For as j-our Real Estele need* cog 
JIM HPEKCEB 
SALT SPRING LANDS LTD. 
Cangn. B.C. 

Phoss* 5*7-5613 nr 5*7-3154 


HOW ABOUT TMESE? 

GEORGIA PARK 
choice ska vnew asking 
teg 500 OFt* TO ALL OFTER& 

ESQUIMALT 

FOUR BEDROOMS. REAL GOOD 
■BY AI suau. 

OAKLANDS 

TWO RR'S FULL RASEMENT. 
■XCELLHT AI BU MS- 

BEACON mu, 

WHAT A LOCATKW! JUST 
■M AX FOR 4 BRS, TWO BATH- 
ROOMS. OWNER WILL. 
FINANCE TO GOOD COV. 

385-6741 or 3*6-6233 

DAVE NELSON - SMITH 

NORTHWESTERN SECURITIES 
LTD- 


tie*, half acre lo 2 acre*. quaHRed 
tar VI-A ran $3.5ge tn H.soo. 
Aton urn* (and hrane* on heU acre 
to 1 acre. n>ap*g keen (0.0*0 to 
Sri.STB with ate Mthaut baeemenL 
They quality. 

B.C. LARD 

settee D. L M*rrtr*s*a MS-S5S 


AT BRENTWOOD BAY. BY 
eswter. Seartew, W-acra, oalbteral 
entranee. ( step* up and • down tn 
3H0Q agoor* feet ef living. 2 baths. 
1 fl totems, 4 te te uu w i *. targa 
lirtng roam ate raragua ran 7- 
pfr cent mnrtgaga. All lor ortly 


Duncan 


RETIREMENT GEM. 
Well appoited 2 bedroom 
home, just 7 years old. 
Approx. 900 sq. ft. living 
area. Interior plaster, ex¬ 
terior stucco. Full price 
311,500 terms available. For 
info, contact Bert Timbers, 
537-5391 or Cam Bastedo 
Agencies Ltd., Box 353, 
Ganges. B.C. 537-5363. 

SALT SPRING LANDS LID 
Bra te nans a* — Phone 54? 5311 
Largest Gull Island* Realtor 

NOTICB TO CREDITORff and others 

ROBERT STARR LEIGH WILSON, 
dere.aaed. 

CREDITORS and other* having claims 
again* the estate of Robert Starr Leigh 
Wilsaa, deceased, late ol 1008 Hampshire 
Road, Vlctcrl*. - * *~ 


*15.000 TO 00.000 

Far X or «tons otafd bora* with 

*r without bunt, required for music 
teacher, aty. Fairfield. Oak Bey. 
Gorge or any cither good araa. 
Ctnw to tau Bae Urgent Plaoaa 
eail Mr. B L. Baratao, Byron Price. 
MS-2451, anytime. 


Tribes Plan 
Conference 


SEWERED LOT 

Mayfair Drive Arra Price 115*1 
Far the kulMer with I Bag) nation 
ate laaeeuliy. Juet elf Mayfair 
Drive on Lorraine Road, frontage 
44 B. See out toga. Pbraa J. a 

uvTw-na 

Femhrrton, Holmes Ltd. 

1002 Govenwiaot Street 


SHAWNIGAN LARK 
Cosy collage, sllrafad in a rholra 
bay at North end. One ta beat M* 
on lake Good beach, gradual slope, 
C2.5O0- Deoea Rd. *«2-7g7& _ 

SIDNEY REALTY LTD. 
Specialist* la retirement prsterde* 
In Central and North Saanich. Ph. 


InohMUng 

HoDBehold Fnrnlghljtga 
and 

1882 CADILLAC COUPE DE 
VILLE 

IMS VAUXHALL 

1957 CHEVROLET 8EDAN 

1857 FORD STANDARD — 

8 cylinder 

IMS DODGE V * Automatic 


EXECUTIVE MOVING TO Vic¬ 
toria require* a home Immedletely 

ta buy or to rota. Preferably ta tta 

Oak Bay, Csdboro Bay. Gordon 
Head araa. 4 SMrnm or 3. 2 bath¬ 
room*. double carport or garage, 
baramcat. tamlly room or spare tor 
»eme. Pteara rail Mr Jensen. 388- 
4254 days. Vd41154 eve* 


CHOICE LOTS 


152 WATER FRONT 
PROPERTIES 


Large building lots, hlgb location, 
some with me view, tiortev* lay 
*ree. Priced at IS.Safl and uo Call 

■4te2l WALTER CHECK SM-2S87 

Pemberton. Holmes Ltd. 


OVER 300' LAKE 
FRONTAGE. 5 ACRES 
AUTOMATIC HEAT 

Mttutod ra the east >14* ta 
Shawtagen tala* to • taieltorte 

sunny position, with excellent facili¬ 
ties for family aettvlly; ew tai ailng. 
b rating tennis etc. ■ bdrm. hausa 
Is fully Insulated, sew heavy 
wiring, new automatic beating, 
•xswarte ■■tork. allrarttra rote 

fireplace In living room. All furni¬ 
ture includes. Yra con move la 
today. OuttadlAtom tactoSe tomk 
house, greeahram. garagt, puraa 
huuae. Property completely fenced. 
Asking tel500 Please call Mr. 
distance. 186-2411. 

Swln«f4np, Siarairi Ctarit. l td 


DUNCAN — Tha aouthecn 
Vancouver Islartd Tribal Fed¬ 
eration will hold iti annual 
covention on Saturday and Sun¬ 
day at the Eagles Hall, Whit- 
tome Building, Station Street, 
Duncan. 

Indian professor at the Uni¬ 
versity of Saskatchewan, Dr. 
Howard Adams, will be guest 
speaker. 


A COUPLE WITH S CHILDREN 
are to aate ta a I or 4-Mnat 

home, preferably hi the Sir "sines 
Douglas School area. They hav* a 

B od daw* payment It you ran 

I* ns plaolt rail Atelin* Nlehta 

sum mime 

telriey CMp*’ Hr—finder* Ltd. 

SEixwa an trading . . . 

Tike advantage of my 12 yeate 


DRAB BOMB B UM T ER 

(Not Houa* Hunter) 

WILL YOU BE HEEDING 4 BED¬ 
ROOMS IB A FEW YEARS TIME? 

WOULD YOU UH MOP E THAN 


Council 


TEH MILE POINT 

*7J» 

Nicely treed, spacloua lot backing 

ra ta Wood havoc Terrace. Lot eta*: 

gl.75x150x188X90. Call 

FRANK NEWTOH 
UNIVERAITV REALTY. 477-18*1 


__ _ _ are required to 

•end till particular* at such claim* lo 
BOS-KBO Douglas Street. Victoria, B-C, 
on ar before the 29th day of December, 
19*7. after which date the assets of the 
aaid as lata will be distributed having 
regard only to dolma that hava been 
received. 

LULU BELLE LEES, 
Executrix. 

STRAITH, MCINTOSH 
ta COMPANY, 

Solicitors. 


(■•lory deal* for both parties. Phone 
RON CROW for eaggeitlons and 
Imraeritata "Often Bn atolnUra. 
MAYFAIR REALTY LTD., BHttto 


about JUST a LITTLE BIT 


YOU WOULD 1 AND YOU HAVE A 
GOOD DOWHP4nWTL.IM.EN 


APARTMENT BIT* 
WalktoM tartaqrq. near C 

Junior High. Approx. 155x130- 

Vtol Price fJ8.Br 
I W. ANDERSON LTD. 

teNB Res. W«1 


*Op(cE IN A LONG WHILE - CH 
FOBTUNITY BBOWH TO YOU. 

rrvF. MILES OR II Mm TO 
TOWN. S MIN. TO U-VIC. 

is* -4117 - *nteM 


Social welfare and Indian 
agents from the Mainland and 
Vancouver Island will be among 
invited guests, wtio ineluda coun¬ 
cil officials from Duncan and 
North Cowichan. 

Guy Williams, president of 
the Native Brotherhood of B.C., 
Gus Gottfriedsen, president of 
the North American Indian 
Brotheihood, Jack Petar, presi¬ 
dent at the West Coast Allied 
Tribes and Frank Calder MLA, 
and president of the Nishga 
Tribal council mil also be pres¬ 
ent. 

The federation will present a 
brief pointing out poor welfare 
conditions and services for ifas 
native people o t B.C. It win 
make many proposals far cor¬ 
recting the dismal situation, 
Gordon Elliot, acarespendeat- 
eecretary for the meeting said 
Wednesday. 


PUBLIC NOTICE 
CALL FOR TENDERS FOR 
BUSINESS BL60K 
BANFF NATIONAL PARK 

E**l*d Tender* fnr the right to rote ■ 
Crnwrwiwned business hull'llea ra Block 
8. Lot ID, no Banff Avenue, In the Town- 
sit* of Banff, in Banff National Park, will 
be received by tha Townelte M * n a i ra. 
Ranff National Park, up ta 12:*l item* 
Dec. to, 1987. Tender envelop* should ha 
marked on outside "Tender an Building". 


Byron Price Really 


APPLIANCES 
FRIDAY si 7 p.m. 

Modern 2~pe. Chesterfield Suites 
Occasional Chairs 

NIDE’A'BEDI 

Twin Beds, and Bedroom Suites 

l-Pfi, DINING SUITES 

Ms pie Dinette sets. Chests and 
Dresser*' Portable Stereo Play- 


rto a eetot Bay rath sboolng. Vwarti. 

K noramIc view, and nrar marinas, 
Is home la quality boat with 
ahoke exterior and ilxod living 

ate ton tog ram*, aton targa 

kitchen. Thro* BR'e. full basement 

tete ato ran. Cto water ate rawer. 

Ajidng 128.900 with aUroctlv* 
term CHTteGE BOWAMD, teSteTl 

or tes-isra 

M l. I have aevaral either rater- 
front pro per be* Alan era fronl *nd 
•** view lots If you era Itaeretaed. 
J. H. WMttesns 4t Co. Ltd., 708 Fort 


fELLTNGTfff 

Try Bamlea Weir er John Me 
They ton a teat they ere 
Call 388-gTTS anytime. 

MOL YARD AfJKJfdXS LTO 


DUNCAN - Out at 549 elig¬ 
ible voters, 171 members of the 
Cowichan Indian band voted 
Wednesday night to fill the posi¬ 
tion of chief and 11 vacancies 
on band council. Many, includ¬ 
ing the chief, were re-elected. 

Re-elected chief was Dennis 
Alphonse, 130, His opponent, 
Gordon Elliott, polled 33 votes. 


JOHN 


QUADRA — TOLMIE 
4 BEDROOMS 
BASEMENT 
oiirO-MATic 
Only 313,500 


EASTERN CLIENTS 
Require large "Iter homes by the 
end of Fehrmry, Please photw Mr. 
Betts. 384-M12. 184-tote C- N. 
Montague CO- 


Thl* hu to ha today's hast hay. 

Situated In the Tnlmta-Quedra area, 
note tn e vary Iking. With Itucco 
exlerlar and eamtrltang of living 
room, toeing room, fireplace. 4 
bodrma. and base moot wllh oll-o- 
matlc fumaea For tha tamlly who 
raqtane* lot* ta room la a good area 
this U a MUST SEE. Far further 
lafermsUoo and to view pbon* any¬ 
ttm* to: 

“ARMY" ARMSTRONG 
185-1448 Res. 479-2855 

GARDNER AGENCIES LTD. 


HONESTLY, I DO HAVE SINCERE 

rlienl* who h»v« CASH FOR YOUR 
HOME It it te suitable lor Ihrlr 
■wad* Pleas* call MRS MARY 
HOUZEI. Near*trad Realty. JSS-8UT 


SHAWNIGAN LAKE 
161 FT. FRONTAGE 


•rs, Movie Cameras, etc. 

> Farhshle TV gets 

RUQS 

Drepfreege — Refrlgcrntore 
As new Incite Agionxotlc Washer 


Classified 

Advertising 

Department 


Lakeside horn* completely fur¬ 
nished. Plus float, brat and 
motor. Aiao cement beet rasip. 
Adjoining tMs lakalront Is M 
lagolly rahdl vised Ms. Ideal 
marine site end campground or 
crald ha hretaee *p. Ktalr* 
rraer ty to ha eoid to «ra 

Giveaway pries 127,900. 

Rex W. lugtaei, 4T*-»T* 

Col ray Realty Ltd.. 88S32H. 


There were 24 candidates for 
the 11 council positions. 

Elected, in order ot voting, 
were: George Daniels, re-elect¬ 
ed; Ramie Louie; William Joe, 
Abner Thorne; 


I WILL HUY YOUR 2 OR l-BED- 
room home immediately tor cash, 
if tl j lylifiMi for rioUl ptrpran 
Fnr fart arftan, call my (font. 
Ell wood Nault at Nesvslsed Raalty 
Ltd. 3SMUT raytime. _ 


For Che Saanich Police 
Dept. 

22 BICYCLES 


TO HAVE A 

SOLD BY ROSS CORBY 

ra yora property, ptena 188^2*4 
Bestlra Square Propsrtin 

4 TO 5-BEDROOM OLDER TYPE 
heme ragtared. Must be tn good 
cradliira. Cash Bale, price 814,000- 
118,000 Photo C. H. Holland 
Rralior. te*-78SS er 3SS4IB24. _ 

IMMEDIATE CASH FOR YOUR 
home if eulubte for rental Condi¬ 
tion and location not Important For 

PRIVATE—Hava all cosh at cash 
lo martraa* tor 2 or 3 bad roam 
housa around lu.Ote full price. 
Phone 384-2154 after 8 p.m. nr any- 
Bm« wrrkrqd* Principals only. 

TOP MARKET PRIO FOR YOUR 
home Call 3SW7U or 3SSOT7S, DON 
PATERSON, North wsalsrn Socuri- 

tra Lw. 


r c -to l eo te d 

Jutiar Andrew Tom; E. Wesley j 
Moderte; Leomrd Peter, re-' 
elected; Mrs. Ruby Peter; 
Abraham Joe, re-elected; 
Abel Joe, re-elected; Raymond 
Peter. 


OPEN HCklSE 
TUES. - WED. - THURS. 
2-4 P.M. 

828 ALVARADO TERRACE 
HOME FOR XMAS 
Aa oulstaadlng new 4-hedrnnm 

Tudor home srolttng for you. 

fleamsi' cri Ungs to entry hell, 

living and dining roams. 8 baths. 
Yra i haul 4 auk* a print ta 
viewing Oils hrwnr Priced at 

547. Dna Cali IS8-BT5 far other 

details. 

John Maly surd Ajmr lrs LtA 


Our w a t e riw u t hognea run 
from 326.800 to 398,0001 
Ask us far full Information 

GORDON HULME LTD. 


China glassware and brir a- 
brac eoUecttoa o( oM EngUsb 
71 -rpm Records, Piano. 

A capacity gala far year in* 
speetion. 


“We had hoped to pre¬ 
sent it to Indian Affairs Min¬ 
ister Arthur Laing and Munic¬ 
ipal Affairs Minister Dan Camp¬ 
bell but because they may be 
unable to attend, It will be pre¬ 
sented to their representatives. 

“This wiU be the main isaua 
of tha meeting Saturday,’* he 


aorvlex th* Penlm 
OPEN SATURDA' 

M44 Huron Av«„ Bltaw 


The ljext election will be in 
December, 1969. 

The council was declared 
Illegal last month after a large 
number of the members were 
not seconded in the May elec¬ 
tions. 


AUCTIONEERS LTD. 

384-8441 

1115 Fort St 

For your sale er cask 
guaranteed appraisal 
call KILBIIAWB 


IT’S A WELL-KNOWN 
fact . . . Classified is 
th* people's market 
place to buy, sell, find, 
rent or hire. Read and 
use Classified Ads dally. 


3tl BATTLE P0HD AVE 

leer Woriro. rlesn. romfortahta, *■ 

« ronm OTuntry-slylr home, 1* 501 
> VAH DYK. 3riv«71 (anytime). 




































fctu <!■!—>■* Victoria, 8.C., Thuradoy, 0*c*mb*r 7, 1 967 

WUh Santa 


Christmas 
Cruise On 


The Victoria Junk* - Chamber 
of Commerce Chriatmaa »Wp, 
the Blue Fjord, will make its 
fifth annual cruise o( Canadian 
and United State* water a Dec. 
16 Md IT. 

The’ Blue Fjord, • «S-toot 
yacht owned by K. J. Norgaard, 
la decorated In a Christmas 
theme and outfitted with a 
Bound ayrrtem for Christmaa 
musk. 

Santa Claui w4H be aboard to 
visit ymmaters at proto of call. 

The ship wil rendezvous with 
the Bellingham Jayceea* Chriat- 
maa vessel, Wyrill, Dec. 17. 
GOOD WEATHER 

On Sunday. Victoria Jaycees 
took, advantage of good weather 
to bang the reindeer an the Blue 
Fjord at Sidney 1 ! Van Isle 
Marina. 

The schedule calls for stops at 
Bedwell Hartxx, Roche Harbor, 
Waldron Island, Deer Harbor 
and Friday Harbor on Dec. 16. 
The next day the ship will visit 
Kuprr bland. Shell Beach, 
Vesuvius Bay and Maple Bay, 
and then return to Van Isle 
Marina. 

Gifts to the thousands of 
youngsters will include candy, 
toys, bodes and fruit, said 
Jayeee Charles Gray. 


Co-Op Homes 
Plan Lauded 


A WISE CHOICE 
FOR SAANICH COUNCIL 


:s 




Preliminary talks were held 
at City Hall Wednesday between 
civic representatives from Vic¬ 
toria ard Saanich, and Richard 
English of Nanaimo, who ia 
propoairg a oo-operetlve honing 
venture for this district. 

The plan would involve the 
formation of a society or 
association which would buy 
land and build houses. The 
residences would be purchased 
from the cooperative by indi¬ 
viduals who purchased shares to i 
the value of their homes. 
MAYOR APPROVES 
Coun. Edith Gunning gave her 
'■enthu^!^astic’ , approval to the 
scheme following a meeting 
with officials of the Western Co¬ 
operative Housing Society, as 
did Mayor Hugh Stephen. 

The mayor stressed that 
Wednesday’s talks were of a 


preliminary nature, but added 
that he was happy to eee the co¬ 
operative principle being put 
into action. 

The society has one project in 
progress at Port A! be mi and 
two other* scheduled, at Na¬ 
naimo and Duncan. 

Two projects are envisioned 
for this area, one in Saanich for 
young families and another for 
mixed, population in Victoria. 

Quakes Rock 
South Gulf 

PASADENA, CaJtf. (UPI) - 
A series of potent!a*y dangerous 
earthquakes rocked the Gulf of 
CMifcrnia in Baja Cahfontia, 
Mexico, for the second consecu¬ 
tive day. 


WE 

NEED 

BILL 


J RE-ELECT CAMPBELL J 

^ For Transportation to the polls ^ 

S Saturday, Dec. 9th h 

479-5910 479-1904 479-3112 ^ 

i Inserted by the Campbell Cempalsn CMnmltteet 

The More You TELL... The More You SELL! 


Jaycees Aim at Carnage 


—(William X. John) 


Sixth fatality on Victoria’s streets 
this week precipitated Junior Cham¬ 
ber of Commerce campaign to prevent 
more such carnage. Jayeee president 


George Robbins attaches one of the 
first bumper stackers that they hope 
will encourage drivers and pedestrians 
to be more careful. 


Service Claim 6 Obvious Farce 9 


Gasmen Criticize Oil Companies 


Service station operators In 
Hie province are tired of 
participating in gimmicks and 
giveaways while suffering 35 
per cent business failures 
among their membership, says 
George Argyll*, president of the 
1.500-strong Automotive Retail¬ 
ers Association of B.C. 

The Esqdmait service station 
operator will head a committee 
presenting a brief to the provin¬ 
cial government Dec. 18, renew¬ 
ing an appeal to the government 
for implementation of the five- 
point program recommended 
sometime ago by the Royal 
Commtasicn report on gasoline 
pricing and handling. 
COMPANIES CLAIM 

“In an industry suffering 35 
per cent casualties from busi¬ 
ness failures, the oil companies' 
claim of good service to the 
public Is an obvious farce," Mr. 
Argyle said. 

"We believe tiie ptibttc Is 
entitled to be assured of service 
and repair* from good trades¬ 
man qualified and paid as 
such," he added. 

The brief, he said, was based 
on the premise that a free 
enterprise, unsubsidized system 
waa the only healthy atmos¬ 
phere in which to do business, 
for the benefit of the driving 
public and the service station 
dealers. 

VARIED PRICES 

Hia aim, he said, was to 
create an atmosphere that 
would not only assure operators 
a chance to pay living wages to 
their employees, but also bring 
up the quality of service and so 
gain public confidence. 

He said oil companies were 
delivering gasoHne to service 
stations at prices which varied 
by 14 cents a gallon for the 
same product, from one station 
to another. 


I "It's not right that some 
I dealers have to pay more than 
others, and have to compete for 
sales,” said Mr. Argyle. 

The association, he said, will 
also be asking for implementa¬ 
tion of legislation to certify 
mechanics. 

This legislation, be said, was 
drawn up tiiree years ago, but 
was not implemented because 
there were too few mechanics 
ready to pas« the necessary 
tests. 

COURSES ORGANIZED 

Since that time, the associa¬ 
tion has or gark zed courses and 
there are enough qualified me¬ 
chanics *» make implementation 
practical. 

The Dec. 18 submission will 
embody all the points covered in 
the five-point program which 
the association outlined to the 
government a year ago. 

They are: 

• A ban on commission 
consignment setting. 

• A ban on king-term prod¬ 
ucts contracts which prevent 
an operator paying off his 
mortgage for a ape-ciHed num¬ 
ber of years, and force him to 
buy certain products during that 
time. 

• A dkective for the di¬ 
vorce of refiners and retailers 
ss recommended in the report. 

• Service station rentals 
based only on appraised prop¬ 
erty values. 

• FOB refinery prices , 
which will bring equal purchase 
prices on gasoline for retail 
distributors. 

Grain Bought 

RABAT (Reuters) — Morocco 
purchased 150,000 tons of U-S. 
wheat for 58,900,000, the state 
cereal marketing board has an¬ 
nounced. 


A New Look at Schools 


Candidate 

for 

SAANICH 

TRUSTEE 

Gr. Victoria School Board 


DOUG BROWN 


I believe that education It not and never will be 
a mere transfer of information; nor a manipulation 
of attitudes. It Is, if anything, a trained ability to 
effectively deal with unforeseen problems and to cop* 
with* life's real concerns. 

The "challenges of growth” is a critical area 
In our local school administration. I believe the time 
has come to standardize school construction so as to 
control the unit cost of building. 

The present system of provincial teacher salary 
grants to our school board should be revised drastically. 
At the present time the salaries allowed as shareable 
are far less than actual salaries paid; resulting in any 
increases in wages falling directly on the overburdened 
taxpayer. 

The only promise I would make, would be to 
look at the existing methods and practices, check 
their continuing validity and efficiency and open the 
doors to suggestions, discussion, innovations and im¬ 
provements. 

ClnicrtMl by th* Douf Brow* C*mp*l|* Commit'!*) 


Break 

the 
frosty 

boys, 
and keep 
your gin 

Irinks dry! 


YOU SAVE MORE MONEY AT 

CAIDIAIAV SUPER MARKET 
rnlnYvnT 272 gorge rd.w. 

SUPER DISCOUNTS 

WEEKDAYS 9 TO 9 PRICES EFFECTIVE 
SUNDAYS 10 TO 7 DEC. 7, 8, 9, THURS. FRI., SAT. 

MANY MORE UNADVERTISED DISCOUNT PRICES 
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES 


FAIRWAY DI ,B T 

PORK BUTT ROASTS 

Boneless, Gov’t Inspected. 
Competitive Reg. Price 69c LB. 

LEG OF PORK 

Boneless, Gov’t Inspected. 
Competitive Reg. Price 95c. LB. 

PORK SPARE RIB 

Gov’t Inspected. 

Competitive Reg. Price 79c. LB. 


DISCOUNT 

PRICES 




DINNER ROLLS 

Wally’s—Fresh daily. 

Competitive Re& Price 29c. DOZ. 

YORK MEAT PIES 

Chicken, Turkey, Beef. Jf 
Competitive Reg. Price S3. "W for 

FRENCH FRIED 

Wilson’s, !!-lb. cello bag. 
Competitive Reg. Price 49c. 


TURKEYS 


5-® I At low, low 
LBS. I Price 


OUR PRICE 


BUTTER 


Fresh Frocen. 


Grade, 


Competitive Reg. Price 55c. LB. 


^k h SAUSAGE 

Competitive Reg. Price 69c. LB. 

No. 1 SIDE BACON 

Perfection. 

Competitive Reg. Price 95c. LB. 


I )■ net publttod by th« Uquor Central Bond or by tba Government of Irltlih Columbia 


COFFEE ^e ob 

Jameson, Turkish. 

Competitive Reg. Price 89c. LB. 


BEANS WITH PORK 

Stokely, 48-ox. large tin. 
Competitive Reg. Price 59c. 


Cooked Whole Chicken 

Bonus, 3-lb. 4-ox. tin. 

Competitive Reg. Price $1.19. 


MEAT SPREADS 

Bonus, 3-ox. tin. A 

Competitive Reg. 2/S5c ■! for 


AJAX DETERGENT 

King size 5-lb. box. 

Competitive Reg. Price $1.87. 


TOILET TISSUE 

ZEE, 4-roll pack. 
Competitive Reg. Price 53c. 


WAX PAPER 

200 ft. refill. 

Competitive Reg. Price 57c. 


ZEE NAPKINS 

Competitive Reg. Price 9 
2 for 43c..£ pkes, 


77 


45 




JKJ W ALBERTA 1st GRADE 
c| With $3.00 Order or Over. 

I Competitive Reg. Price 2 lbs. $1.39. 


LARGE EGGS 

Dozen, 

Competitive Reg. Price 47e. 


: 2 ibs. 

$129 

11.39. | 

Al3sF 


cl GINGER ALE §5 ST 

I Plus Deposit. Competitive 0 
I Reg. Price 2 for 49c_D 


c LETTUCE 


Competitive Reg. Price 
I*ch 2/39.. 


c| CAULIFLOWER 

I Competitive Reg. Price, 
I each 85c ... 


39 




TOMATOES 

Competitive Reg. Price £ I 
49c. £ t 


SST“ PICKLES 

Heinz, 32-oz. 

Competitive Reg. Price 65c. 


SWEET PICKLES 

Heinz, 32-oz. 

Competitive Reg. Price 65c. 


PEANUT BUTTER 

York, 48-ox. tin. 

Competitive Reg. Price $1.25. 


r . ' Jj ' M mini 


Competitive Reg Price 
2 for 55c. £ lbs. 


vof RTO HAIR SPRAY 

Special Bonus Size 10 oz. 
Competitive Reg. Price $1.89. 


CHEESE SLICE 

Maple Leaf, 16-ox. 
Competitive Reg. Price 79c. 


SHORTENING 

Snowlfake—Competitive 5 1 
■eg. Price 87e. £ 2 







































Balia (Salaaixt, Victoria, B.C., Thursdoy, December 7, 1967 53 


Garden Notes 


ITS A LONG SIXJK/. 3VMC/ A 
CDVnB OP HOOKWM MOKS 
, WTO NAN0V VALLOggEt > 
COTTAO* kPATTW LAKE V 
LAST NIGHT / NANCY ANP £ I 
HAP TO 00 TO COURT TO 
PMFfK CHARM* ABAINOT * 
__ TMBM/ , 


r IMCIPENTALLY, THlSE^P 
AM THE KEYS FOR \ 
NANCY* CAR/ SMgU 
’HAVE S0MIONE fRVI 
MINI ovtr TKtS M M** 
AMP ncKBr HERS/-—'J 


VOU HAVE TWO PATIENTS^) COURT THIfi 
WAITING, REX I WHERE MORNING / , 
--7 WERE 


Buy Best—Then Wait 


too difficult for amateur propagation. 
There are others, though, which tre 
almost as easy to multiply from slips as 
Windaring Jew, or mint. 

Three ot the easiest shrubs to 
propagate from cuttings are the 
hydrangea, the mock orange and the 
honeysuckle. Simply cut a piece of 
branch about a foot lung, marten the 
cut end and dip it In a rooting powder, 
and push it into the ground. Such casual 
treatment isn't always successful, or 
course, and any proper nurseryman 
would shudder ait such a hagthsaard 
technique, but it is surprising how many 
such slips will actually take root and 


Keep the ground under the plant well 
cultivated and stirred, ready for the 
sap*. and let the plant drop its berries 
Whenever it sees fit Glvsn Util natural 
treatment and 1 timing, you’ll have 
dorr* of young aeedKnga springing up 
around the parent plant; these can be 
lilted on the point of ihe trowel and 
transplanted to a nursery bed. 

★ ★ ★ 

Cotonearter horizontalis, the herring¬ 
bone bush, is another rfmib that breeds 
like a rtbbit when left to ita own 
devices. I’ve never tied much luck when 

the berries wars g athered and sown 
under glass, but X have UtaraBy 
hundreds of self-sown seadlbags in the 
ground under the plwtia. 

It is > dnch to gat mors pi ante horn 
the popular and fo re f l oweri ng tor- 
lytina. A strong and healthy specimen 
win be furnished wtt shoots and 
branch** right dawn to gw bass, and 
gras* lower branches will put forth 
roots on their own wtwrevar they some 
in aontaet with flw ground. All you need 
da la make a small notch la the 
unde rsi de of such « low branch, flwn 
bury .the notched portion with a brick or 
a heavy rock an top to hold tt down. 
After the hurled portion la wefi rooted, 
the branch can be cut fires fr om the 
parent plant and transplanted etae- 
wher*. 


By M. V. CHE8NIT 

There are few of this life's pleasures 
which can be bought aa cheaply at a 
flowering stHtib; it is amazing .how 
much soul-aatiafytog beauty can be 
bought tor a couple at lingers or lees 
Our local nurserymen have a nation¬ 
wide reputation for toe excellence ot 
their plants and the reasonable prices 
charged, and I have often wondered 
how (My ever manage to make a firing 
selling plants for • dollar or two Yvttich 
may have taken them three years or 
more to grow. 

However, while Individual plan* and 
shruta are cheap to buy, tow of ue have 
Ihe whssawttoel to pwchaae enough of 
them lor massed plantings—and it Is In 
bold masesa to at many of our woody 
subject* art at theta- speotooular best A 
single azalea Is a lovely thing, but a 
grouping oi two dozen, aH to (doom at 
toe one time, ie s omething to take your 
breath away. 


VW*W*XALR£A0y 
THE ) WASHED/ 

SRoONfiA._ 


68 IAMZ/EVERY TIME 
I HfDf IN THE euxer 
AND EAT COOKIES, SHE 
WC TO 60 AND MAKE 
. A CAKE / v' 


TWXI1 

GOT 

THAT 


HEY—A CAKE.’ 
CAN I LICK 
THE BOWL? , 


DOT ALREADY 
DID/ > 


Daphne nwzereum U a particularly 
attractive subject and, vtofle tog la not 
one of Itte easy anas to grow from 
cuttings. It Isn't too laud to glow from 
seed. The catch hart to tost purchased 
seed isn’t worth a pinch of oooo 
feathers tor tt must be eown aa aeon as 
fipe. This means acro un gtog aosna of 
the poisonous berries from neighbors, or 
better still, using toe seeds from your 
own bush. 

Even then, you're not quite out of 
the woods, tor tt isn’t easy to Judge the 
exact moment when toe needs are ripe. 
The best way out of this dilemma is to 
lot toe parent shrub decide to* matter. 


The answer to tog p ro ble m — how 
to afford a champagne planting on a 
bar* income — g to buy toe very beat 
■Ingle ipeotanana we oan possible 
afford, then propagate from these until 
we have enough tor massing. All tils 
taakes time. It Is true, and it won’t 
work with all planto, for some kinds are 


ART BVCHWALD Scoops the World 


THAT** todMT/AND 
WHERE tE THE GREAT 
8LACJI* NOW .... ^ 


WELL....^> 
OO YOU KNOW 
WHERE THOSE 
ROCKS CAME 
FROM? J 


new, what's one 
OF NEW ENOLAND* 
B/03EST CROPS ? 


January you get a tree set of 
dishea.” 

McNamara said, '1 have 
tbs greatest respect for toe 
World Bank and I aura ootid 
use a tree set of dishea, but I 
don’t know anybody over 
there.” 


hsrtior, bomb toe centre of 
Hanoi and go tor all-out 
victory against the enemy, 
flbe has been supported in bar 
position by ■» Joint chiefs of 
staff. 


McNamara, on the other 
hand, has been more cautious 
than Shirley Temple, hoping 
to eke out some sort of 
settlement short of blowing up 
all of Southeast Asia. 

President Johnson was 
somewhere in the middle. 
While he respected his secre¬ 
tary of defence, toe Shirley 
Temple solution sounded more 
appealing as each day went 


’ KIN LIVE V 

THMOU4M ) 

S ONE. -)i 


NO EXPENSE 15 TOO 
HIGH. WHIN TH’ TWO 
ftGAflAL FAMILIES 
O'POftFWTCH 

GITS UNITED//-/ 


WE IS HELPIN'TH' W 
CORN PONE TWIN V %7 
" BRING NOME TH / DOU 
BACON, NAMELY / WCOf 

YORE CHILE/.' SAM 


On# student at great society 
upheaval* was still kicking 
himself tide week when he 
told me; ”1 toould have 
known something was wrong 
when Captain Chuck Robb 
didn't select McNamara as 
his beet man for the Lynda 
Bird wedding.” 

All aorta at stories about 
Johson and 


The president would have 
probably let things ride as 
they ware, except tor a casual 
conversation he had with 
McNamara a few months ago. 
Johnson ashed him; 

“Bob, where do you do your 
banking?” 

'1 have a friend at the 
Chase Marti attar,” the secre¬ 
tary of defenoe replied. 

"Have you ever thought of 
putting your money in the 
World Bank?” the president 
asked. *‘I understand if you 
open an account there before 


how President 
McNamara agreed to part 
have appeared in the news¬ 
paper* and an television, and 
aa usual I’m the only one who 
got toe instate icop. 


l»fWPAV,.tVi 


HOW GOME RDM PI W 
SO TO COLLEGE ?• YOI 
WSTVE GOTTEN A 
HBNPHEP OFFERS/ * 
Ot WERE HEAL GOOPi 


ot KNoutxTHOMimaAvtoL. 

WERE FAMILIAR! Ot WIRE V 
ALL-CfTY FULLBACK KT W6r£jJ 
HIGH A COBPLI YEARS 
AGO, WERENT YOU? Wiltjf, 


It has been known for some 
time diet McNamara and 
former screen star Shirley 
Temple disagreed cn the 
strategy of conducting the 
Vietnam war. Shirley has 
wanted to mine the Haiphong 


The Little World of SHEILAH GRAHAM 


I'LL «VE YOU • 
THE REST OF IT 
, WHEN I ear r 
'v HOME < 
l FROM WORK ] 


In The Graduate, Anas Bancroft makes like a female 
Warn* Beatty. Academy award calibre . . . And surely 
hpM Berg mu and Cafleen Dawtaerst, the two fantastic 
actresses in More Stately Mansions, for the Tony. 


HOLLYWOOD (NANA) — Jayae BUasfleU’s mlddls 
mass, Mleksy ■■rgltay, is compiling a biography of the late, 
confused, publicity-punchy actress . . . Jaa* B a—sirs divorce 
of footballer Beta W a ter fi eM hits the zero yard bne January 
If la the Los Angeles courts ... Miss Teenager, Ewa A alls, 
who landed the title rale of Candy, was bom under a lucky 
atar. The part was first offered only two weeks ago to 17-year- 
old Bri ti sh aolresi tiasea Geerge who turned tt down. Not 
because oi the pornography, but because she didn’t want to 
■pend six month- in Rome not even with Blags titan, 
Blcksid B art a a , Mario* BrMk, Marcels Mas trots sal *nd 
Peter tiellera. The kids of today don’t care who you are. 


Producer BUI Oral will make e fortune from hie percent¬ 
al* of A Mm for all Seasons, and it's so gratifying to Bill 
because he had the damdest struggle convincing Columbia 
that the Papl feofleld starrer could be commercial as well as 
artistic. It was finally agreed that Graf would take a big 
percentage and a small salary. As you know the film won all 
sorts of Oscars and is expected to make about $20,000,000. 


r 1 DON'T KNOW MUCH 
ABOUT NAVIGATION 
BUT I CAN ALWAYS 
LOOK out of the 

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Tt only Kick-id Bartoa could sing, what a marvellous 
Man of La Mancha he would make in the film vnton. And 
Elizabeth Taylor would be perfect for his Dulclnea. Having 
paid $4,500,000 for the film rights, United Artists will need 
two surefire atari ol the Burton calibre. 


Someone out there loves Vaaeaaa Redgrave to the point of 
stealing somewhere In Yugoslavia two cans of undeveloped 
film from her Isadora. It adds up to one day’s work and 
525,000. K isn’t so much toe cost, it's the bone of assembling 
everyone again, including lot* of kiddies to redo toe scenes. 


r aREAT, * 
DESMOND. 
jour offer: 
ACCEPTED. 


Jo* La vise telle roe he will film part of Stiletto in 
Hollywood while his other Herald Bobbins property, The 
Adventurers, will be film-d mostly In South America and 
London, with ace direc.or Lewi* Gilbert (Alfie, You Only Live 
Twice) working almost 24 hours a day, to get the project 
ready for filming In the spring. 


Bopkla Lam baa sent word that she wants to make a 
movie with Frank Slaatrs, preferably a mustoel. Ibis could 
be the medietas Frankie needs at this depressed period in his 
personal life. "I’d do any film with him, I wouldn't care 
what,” says Sophia. I rem°mber when Bridltto Bardot said 
the same thing. So far, no film with Frankie. 


DR. STUART 
ROSENBERG 


our awn prejudtoee, beoaUM 
we haw shut our eywa and 
our eon to others. 

Listen and oatah the yearn¬ 
ing and tfw h ea rt be u t of 
others I For thta is the begin¬ 
ning of understanding. It la 
the beginning of tost kind cf 
undemanding whdnh toadm 
us wftM it Is we must obey, If 
wa are to be hsppy. 

To understand Is also to 
hssrken. Use is a l es so n tor 
men of maturity who come too 
undemtanfl that they must 
surrender theta 1 wifi to a law 
of life which transcends their 
own persons. 

One does not jump from a 
high place because he knows 
he must fall. To refrain from 
jumping is net toe result of 
individuai wisdom; tt is the 
obedience we give the tew of 
gravity. 

Wa do not Obey tots law out 


bis to their earn Aar a tong 
time, If only they had known 
what to listen tor. 

We learn moat by fistatting. 
Even our acraaBed smil es 
have s ome thing to touch us, If 
w* ghr* them a heatfag. Ons 


So must deofruoticn fellow 
dtoobedfence of toe lews of 
mcr J ity. Deottvotion may not 
be m evident, aa rapid, nor as 
obvtoui, when we disobey, 
moral laws. It to, mvonfoe- 
ka, squally toevttstts. 

It la important to Hern how 
to listen and to know what to 
listen for, that we may 
understand that which is right 
and that which is wrong. 
From such maturing wisdom 
there should come the wtihng- 
nees to obey what to right and 
to uproot whet It wrong. 


taught: AH my (toy* T have spent a Mfottma stud}**, but 
grown up among the wtoe and never teamed as much from 
I fin* found nought of better has books as bs did foam hfe 
■ en tire than etoenee." students. Ha had cultivated 

Wc ere too buy being busy; (he capacity of listener*: for 
end not wire enough to know the right things. 
wh*t to Msten for. To listen is eflsn to isider- 

There are tame parents stand. Tb*r* can be no real 
whoa* children have been understanding of things either 
saying things to them for great or small, without the 
many years. But the parents will to hear things out. There 
simply have not beard. Then is often more than one side to 
the day come* when children a atnry; there to usually more 
rebel sgasnst parental indif- than our side, 
ferenoe to their human needs. There oan - be no reel 
Some parent* an* Mucked undelete! ding g we porefot tat 



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Visit Suit: His hours are 10:15 to 12 noon and 1-i p.m.f 
Saturday 10:15 to 5 p.m. The Jolly gentleman has a colouring 
book present for each little boy and girl. The kids will love 
a visit. 

Have the Kfdilee Photo Takes—'The thrill of your child’s visit 
to Santa captured in colour to keep or send. Photos in plastio 
frames or Christmas card folders. Each 98* or 1 for 2.90 

\ AH la Toy lead, 419 


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DIAL m-llll JORDAN RIVER. COREL* HILL. DUNCAN. CANOES. GULF 11 HANDS, CALL ZENITH SM0 (TOLL FREE) 


VICTORIA'S GREAT ITCRX. DOUGLAS AND FBGARD. OPEN MILT • AM. TO t » P.M. SHOP SATURDAY t 'TIL «:»8. 


Give your home a year round gift of excellence in sound 
Hear famous elbctrohome Seymour Stereo 


A modem classic . . . sophisticated simplicity in glowing walnut veneers houses this 
superb stereo set. Complete with fully transistorized solid state chassis with AM/FM 
and FM radio for the best of both broadcast areas. Enjoy all your favourite records 
played on the superb Garrard 3000 Automatic record changer, the sound carried 
through the six-speaker system (two 10” woofers, four 3y*” tweeters). Speaker en¬ 
closures covered with two smooth sliding panels. There’s also space for 35 IP records. 
H 26”, W 52”, D 16 s /*”. 

The BAT, stereo, 4th 


AI*o Specially Priced—“Caravan” by Electrohome. Dependable 
solid stale chasis that pulls in weak signals and gives you trouble 
free service. Enjoy all the listening pleasure of AM/FM and 
FM stereo, plus the Garrard 3000 Record changer that plays 
all your records. 8 at a time! Complete with record storage 
space and four speakers .two 8” woofers, two 314” tweeters). 
Handsome walnut finished contemporary design. |BQQ 
W. 48”; H, 25”; D, 16V. Sale hW 


Quality Power and Hand Tools Sale Priced tor Giving 




Good Quality Orbital Sander — Sands flush in¬ 
to comers of walls and floors . . . works fast, 
won't stall under heavy pressure. Works 
equally well for polishing, buffing and finish¬ 
ing. Lightweight, pressure die-cast aluminum 
housing. Sanding surface 25 sq. inches. 2 amp., 
115 volt, 50-60 cycle AC motor, industrial rat¬ 
ing, direct gear drive. Speed 3,000 4 f£99 

orbits per minute. Bale, each ■ " 


Powerful Sabre Jigsaw — Designed for con¬ 
venient push-button switch, rip and circle 
guide, 3 blades—adjusts to 45 degree cut on 
either side. Bright finish, die^cast aluminum 
housing. 3 amp. 115 volt, % HP motor, Indus¬ 
trial rating. Capacity at 90°, 2V at 45*. 114”. 
Length of stroke: 44”, Speed 4 Q99 

3,000 strokes per minute. Bale, each ■ © 


%" Electric Drill—For rugged performance, this well- 
designed drill offers extra chuck capacity plus 3-amp 
115-volt, 50-60 cycle AC motor. Capacity %” in steel, 
1" in wood. No load speed 1,000 RPM. Double gear 
reduction, ball thrust and self lubricating bronze bear¬ 
ings. Locking trigger switch. Full load speed, 550 
RPM... a great gift for the handyman. 


y 4 ” Electric Drill — A great performer for the 
man who likes to do his own handywork. 2.6 
amp., 115 volt AC, 50-60 cycle. Industrial rating 
2,000 RPM. Capacity 14" in steel, 94” in wood. 
Ball thrust and self lubricating bronzp bear¬ 
ings. U*4 to 1 reduction; geared key 4 4 99 
chuck, 3 conductor cord. Bale, each I I 


Table Saw Attachment — This sturdy saw table 
of heavy gauge steel has 844” legs. Complete 
with tip guide, mitre gauge, 244 sq. in .working 
area, fits all size saws. Saws may be tilted 
to any angle and depth of cut may be adjusted 
while tiie saw is attached to 4 4 99 

the table. Bale, each ■ ■ 

The BAY, hardware, lower mala 


1" Circular Baw with 1V4 BP Motor — Rugged 

performance, big capacity, precision - built 
universal motor, brightly finished die cast 
aluminum housing. Externally adjustable 
blade, slip clutch, retractable blade guard, 
calibrated rip guide at O' to 45' bevel adjust¬ 
ment. Capacity at 90' 2 and 5/18th, at 45* 2 and 
l/16th. 8 amp industrial rating. No load speed 
4,900 RPM, full load 2,950 RPM. 0099 
Bale, each 


18-Piece %” Drive Socket Set—Includes 14 sockets, 
sizes %” to plus a spark plug socket, 3” extension 
handle, 8” swing head handle and a reversible ratchet 
Professional quality set at sale price. For car, home 
or industry. 


Bench Grinder — A popularly priced home shop 
tool with extra features usually found only on 
more expensive grinders. Adjustable tool 
rests, safety eye shields, work light, water- 
tray and wheel cover guards. Fine and coarse 
grinding wheels for rough and finished grind¬ 
ing. Wheel sizes 494”. 1.7 amp., 3,450 RPM 
baked enamel finish. J Q99 

Bale, each ■ © 


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Christmas 

Branches 

Out 

NOELVILLE, Oet (OP) — 
This inikll town M miles sooth 
of Sturgaoa Falls may live 
op to Its hum if a dumber 
of Commerce committee gains 
acceptance for Its latest Idea. 

For U the committee Is sue- 
reesM, resldeots of Christmas 
Town will leave their Christ¬ 
mas trees op all year. 

The committee la also try* 
lag Is get a new highway to 
give visitors a better oppor¬ 
tunity to vMt the town. 



9:30 RM 


latte Calmrtgt Victor!*, ».C, Thursday, December 7, 19*7 



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Terrific Repeat Offer! All the decorating fun 
of Medallion Plush Pile Fringed Accent Rugs 



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Rush 

Victim Says 


Bombing 

Local, 

Not Mafia 


TORONTO (CP) — The stock 
promoter Myer Rtah said 
Wednesday a local gang, not the 
Malls, was responsible for toe 
Nov, 10 bomb explosion tost se¬ 
riously injtred Mm. 

"Fo«v*t about the Mafia,” the 
42-year-old Rush said in an In¬ 
terview with a r e p orter In his 
hotel room. “Mafia talk is a lot 
of baloney. This is strictly a 
local production.” 

Rush, one of three men 
charged in a 1100 , 000,000 stock 
fraud, said the gong responsible 
for the bombing la terrorizing 
bu s inessmen hers and looting 
thstr companies. 

■DIDN'T RUN SCARED* 

"By diverting my mafl, forg¬ 
ing and oaahing cheques,” he 
■aid, "they clipped me for 
J11O.00O. When I cai*bt up with 
them, I was supposed to tun 
scared. 1 didn't, and here’* 
stoat happened." » 

Rush said when the bomb ex¬ 
ploded under the bed in his 
room at toe Sutton Place Hotel, 
It faiew s o m e of Ms upper and 
lower teeth right out of Ms 
gums. 

The explosion also sent a 
wave of Wood in behind hta eyes 
with such itwee they ebnost 
popped out of their sockets. It 
burned Ms tongue and Ups, 
opened up a large hole in his 
chest, ripped away part of Mb 
neck on one aide and tore the 
akto on pie other. 

PUBLIC INQUIRY 

Bits of mattress stuffing be¬ 
came imbedded in the open 
wounds. 

"People are soared,” Rush 
said. "To get at the trato, we've 
got to have a public Inquiry. 
I’m convinced that an inquiry, 
with power to subpoena witness¬ 
es who would be afraid of perju¬ 
ry, would clean up this mob In 
short order.” 

A police spokesman said Rush 
haa named toe persons he be¬ 
lieves responsible for the at- 
tempted murder. But allega¬ 
tions are not evidence, the 
spokesman said. 

WHAT SAANIOH 
NEEDS: 

• Sewage-trao Beaches and 
Ditches. 

• Protection of our natural 
environment 

• Better surface drainage. 

• Sound financial planning. 


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FOE SAANICH 

YraaaeartaUoa la Poii: 
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mm 

■Had bf th» Ompha tl Camtalm 
CommlttM 



AH the lushnets, the plushness of deep, dense Arilan pile, coloured Ulac, silver green, bronze, 


orange, Tibetan gold, honey satin, cafe and more. Shaped as a rounded oblong, oval, octagonal, 


round and scalloped edged and just the right size to give free rein to your love of the dramatic. 


Thick handknotted fringing adds to the effect Special offer exclusive to the Bay. If you can 
bear to let them go—they make lovely gifts! 


3'8"x5’8” oval or round oblong. AQ99 

Reg. 44.95. Sale CO 

4'8”x5’8" oval or round oblong. AQ99 

Reg. 74.95. Sale HO 

4’ Scallop. CQ" 

Reg. 90.95. Sale 99 

6' Scallop. CQ" 

Reg. 90.95. Sale 99 

6’8 ,, x9’8” oval or round oblong. QT" 

Reg. 136.50. Sale O I 


139 ' 


Reg. 174.95. Sale I 99 

4’8” round or octagonal. Reg. 49.95. QJ|9B 

> Sale 94 


9’8” round or octagonal. Reg. 139.95. Q*799 

Sale 9 I 

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Average Saving 

35 % 

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£ 

FASHION 

FURNITURE 


The Bay’s Interior 
Design Studio 

■alas. rt(M Iran O* atari, 
knowing thai your fumlnhin* 
parchaaii tar your new homa 
ar room aattlng hava been care¬ 
fully and mqperUy correlated to 
>ur murbv deilgn atudio. Tha 
ina MOult Will be laihlonablc, 
eomftrUbla—a happy reflection 
Of your Individual taata tailored 
to your apedfle retjulramenta 
Commit our atudio ataff—quail- 
Had member* of tha Interior 
Dailgnara' Inatltuta tt B.C. 


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Favourite styles, famous makers, quality crafts¬ 
manship unite in this once-a-year event Coma in 
and see this fashion furniture for your dining room 
at savings! 

"Alcalde” Mediterranean S-pcc. Dtaiag Suita—Eastern hard¬ 
woods combined with rich Damasean pecan veneers with 
quality styling by Peppier, tq add years of pleasure to your 
dining. Oblong extension table has two skirted leaves. Suita 
alio include* 86” buffet for excellent storage plus four aide 
chain. 6-pee, Sale tH.N 

Also Open Stock: Butch with I glass doors, SH.N 

Buffet— Sale 2SS.SS Armchair— tele 74.H 

Table— Sale 201.M Server— Sale 21S.M 

BMe Chair— Sale «4.M 

f-Pterc Italian Provincial by Kneehtel—Designed and created 
at a classic, with exclusive Kaydura finish to protect the 
glowing richness of the tawny mahogany veneer. (Quality 
Eastern hardwood veneers). Spacious 84” buffet, graceful 
42x62” ova] table extends to 74” with one leaf, plus oan a h ach 
side chairs. Suite, Bate B7B.M 


Open stock sale: 


Bale 22S.it Side (Bair. 


Hutch Top. Sale 22S.I 


Armchair. 


Bale 4I.N 
•ale H.N 


Deilcraft 6-Pce. "Kenton" Contemporary Dining 


Designed by Luigi Tiengo, this suite, created by Deilcraft has handsome buf¬ 
fet, four side chairs in Swedish walnut with vertical pends that reverse to 
black Duradeil for more striking contemporary effect Foam padded seats, 
gold crossweevt covered, 40”x54” table extends to 84” with the two leaves 
included. Reg. 463.95. 

Also open stock sale prices: 


399 


6 -Piece Set 


Matching 60” Buffet. Reg. 
$150. ^ 29" 


114 ’ 


Side Chair. 

Reg. $46. Sale 

Armchair. Reg. $56. 

v Sale 

48” Hutch. 4 

Reg. $125. Sale I 


. 39 " 

.44”" 

109 89 


l-Pioca Dinlag SnHe—Durable textured Arborito topi on table 
and buffet with sturdy Easton hardwood frames. Ibis mod¬ 
ern design Is striking and practical, toot Table measures 
16x48”, extends to 62”; buffet 80”, Four tide chairs. 
Apartment sealed. Safe, 8-pea. sag, 242.it 

Thq BAY, dining ream furniture, 4th 


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TjubsoiteBaqi (Eompanji 

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VICTORIA*! GREAT STORK DOUGLAS AND FI5GARD. OTEN DAILY. MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY. I AM. TO » SB P M . SATURDAY • AM. TOIRPM. nui taaiail 
JORDAN RIVER. COBBLE HILL. DUNCAN, GANGES, GULF ISLANDS CALL ZENITH HMD ITOLLTREE). 


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New Director 


VANCOUVER (CP)—War will 
*rupt between labor and man¬ 
agement over taxation and ««ht 
money policies of the federal 
government, Syd Thcsrgjoon, 
president at Vancouver Jewel of 
the International Woodwute* 
of America, said Tuesday nigi* 

*'W« are in tar a period of 
anaofare between ciaseftvea and 
these who are sunning the 
economy of this country to get 
a fair share of the wealth being 
produced here," he told Van¬ 
couver Labor Council. 

“M seems fantastic to me to 
Bve hi a country with the wealth 
we have—and B.C. is about the 
richest comer in the worid— 
and face the policies deliberately 
set up to curtail the purchasing 
power of the working people, to 
make it Impossible for the new¬ 
ly-married to «vn e home. 

‘The time is afanost here now 
when the ordinary ckazena will 
never be able to buy a home. 
These government pdbcies have 
deep implications, not orijy tor 
the immediate future but for 
years to come. 

“The labor movement is going 
to have to be the force to re¬ 
verse these policies, being de¬ 
vised by the government In 
cahoots with the big business 


_ ELECT 
PAT FRUMENTO 

for 

Saanich Councillor 


Ftr a Prsfniilvs i 
Manlsplality and a 
Sant Appraaah ta 

Tai Dallar Valua 


FRUMENTO 


Your packages will look almost too good to open 


There’s a nominal charge for this gift wrapping serv- 


The BAY, gift wrap, lid 


8U Jeaeph’s Hospital for 18 
yean, J. Gorton Shepherd haa 
been appointed director ef the 
commercial lamdry dlvtskm 
of he American Institute ef 
UMsdeihi at Joliet, XU., aa 
taatttate for textile research 
awl rfanattna tor prefeataoaa1 
laaadries la North America. 
Ha will move ta Joliet am. 


Butchers 

Increase 


With Proven 
Administrative Ability 
Inserted by P. rramiato 


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< ^ub 60 itis^a^(Ecmtpan]i 


Pressure 


The Amalgamated Meat Qrt 
ten and Butcher Workmen of 
North America served teahitory 
•tike notice tWa week an rix 
more Victoria and Vancouver 
eras aupewnarioets. 

Union pepreaeiAattve George 
Jotawtnn of Vancouver tatid the 
union took the action fen retaM- 
atton to a general locknut notice 
issued by the employers cf the 
negottatteg meat cutters, a 
notice iaaued after the tartan 
had served strike ncrice on one 
store in OoquWam- 

Tbe new move, he aaM, "does 
not necessarily change the 
union’s strategy to strike only 
one store.” 

*Ihe union is negotiating with 
the stores — which include Shop- 
Easy, Sufrer-Valu and Safeway 
In Victoria and Vancouver, and 
Dominion, Lcfclaw and High-Low 
in Vancouver. 

About 80 meat cutters In the 
Victoria area are involved. 


The BAY. fine fan. tad 


rsdoy, December 7, 1W7 


9:30 RM 


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| PM EVERYONE 

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VICTORIA'S GREAT STORE. DOUGLAS AHD FUGARD. OPEN DAILY I AJL TO fcta fU. HOP SATUR DAT I AJL TO l:M ML DIAL 


Let the Bay’s Betty Hudson do your Christmas shop¬ 
ping far you. Just give Betty a ring aad she will go 
through that list in no time . . . you can arrange to 
have your purchase* gift wrapped and mailed and 
charged to your account Saves so much time and 
trouble for you. Phone Betty Hudson now—385-1311. 


JORDAN RIVER. COBBLE DU. DUHCAR, GAUGES, CULT I HARDS, CALL EERRZ SM (TOLL FRED 


See Them Now 

Hundreds of One-of-a-Kind 
Quality Furs in a Style and 
Fur to Flatter and Please Her 


The grand gift gesture! A magnificent fur to let her know she’s 
really adored. Choose from a fabulous selection of sumptuous furs 
,.. only one of each kind... all backed by the Bay's famous guaran¬ 
tee. 

You’ll find everything from full-length mink coats to luxurious stoles 
In natural Majestic and wild mink ... lustrous dyed furs in Persian 
lamb, Swakara, China Mink, Kolinsky, Muskrat, Alaska Seal and 
many others. Make this a Christmas she’ll always remember . - . give 
her a beautiful fur coat, stole or jacket 


• Free Initials—For an added per¬ 
sonalized touch, have her initials 
sewn in absolutely free. 

• Free Storage—The Bay will hold 
your fur purchase in storage free 
of charge until Christmas. 

• Free Insurance—The Bay will in¬ 
sure your precious fur free of 
charge. 

• Free Gift Wrap—When you buy 
her fur at the Bay, we will gift 
wrap it for you free. 

BUDGET WITH CDP 

Use the Bay’s Continuous Deterred Payment 
Plan—pay nothing down—spread the rest 
of the payments over many months. The 
easy way to buy her the fur of her dreams. 


The Bay label on your fur Is 
your guarantee of superb qual¬ 
ity, expert workmanship and 
lasting beauty plus hundreds at 
years of experience in dealing 
with fine furs. 


Gift Lingerie to Please Her 


Now at Special Sale Prices 


FANCY ANTRON SATILENE 


SUPS BY KAYSER FOR HER 


ZINGY YOUNG UNDERCOVERS 


IN PRINTED NYLON TRICOT 


She’ll love the satiny-smooth finish, the rich, 
luxurious feel of these elegant "Satinaire 
(antron satilene) slips by Kayser. Beeuti 
fully styled with floral lace trim at the 
bodice and hetp, adjustable straps. In white, 
white sand, black, blue or yellow. Sizes 32 
to 38 average, 32 to 36 short Reg. $9. 


Briefs to Match — Lace trim at plasticized legs, 
tunnel elastic waistband. In white, white sand, black, 
blue, vellow. Sizes 4, 5, 6 and 7. Reg. S3. A •» 

Sale, pair I 


Aatroa Half Slip—White, Mack or white sand half 
slips fay Kayser. Delicate lace applique enhances 
the hemline, elastlcized waist S.M.L. in average, 
S.M. in Short Reg. 86. J4l 

Sale, each 


Aatroa Fetttpaats—Smooth antron satilene in white, 
black, white sand. Trimmed with floral lace at^ the 
leg openings, elastlcized waist 5, 6 and 7. 

Reg. $4- Bale, pair 


Choose from a kaleidoscope of lively young 
prints for the gal who likes to swish around 
in underthings that are really "in.” Choose 
from 15 hand-pipked prints in colours as 
gala as the festive season. Slips are slightly 
tailored with built-up shoulders. Short length, 
of course. Sizes 32, 34, 36. Reg, $8. 


Printed Half 8Up and Bikini Srt—18” mini slips In 
a wild collection of brilliant, motion streaked prints 
(approximately 15 hand-picked Just for young swing 
ers), with matching bikini briefs. P.S.M. 

Reg. 87. Bale, set 


Fancy Briefs—Nylon tricot in ruby, emerald, black 
or blue . . . excellent gifts or stocking fillers, A 
famous maker designed them with elastlcized legs 
and waistband, nylon lace edging on leg opening. 
S.M.L. Reg. 2.59. 4 49 

Sale, pair I 


Have Your Gifts Wrapped Beautifully 


The experts at the Bay will see to it that your Christ 


mas gifts are the most glamorous under any tree. Just 


bring your purchases to the Bay's Gift Centre, 3rd 


floor. Choose from a gala array of bright wrapping 


paper and ribbon—then leave the rest to the experts. 


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Duncan Bureau 

Phone 74W181 

Chamber ol 
Commerce Bldg. 


Vancouver Island's Leading Newspaper Since 1858 


56 PAGES 


VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1967 


No. 302—109th YEAR 


Unrelenting Gales 


Waves Pound 
Shorelines 


Rampaging winds punched Vancouver Island 
Wednesday for the third time in less than a week. 
They caused more than $100,000 damage to seaside 
homes in Victoria, and blew the roof off a Campbell 
River apartment block for the second time. 

A 96-mile-an-hour gust was recorded at 3 p.m. 
at Campbell River. About 150 feet of temporary 
roofing was shorn from Sea view Apartments leav¬ 
ing five suites open to wind and rain. The roofing 
was installed Saturday after Friday’s storm carried 
away the original roof. 

Weather officials offered little prospect of res¬ 
pite as new storms lined up outside the Island’s 
door. 

Several houses in Campbell River also lost their 
roofs during the height of the storm Wednesday. 


Thundering sea and house-high spray stirred up by storm at Ross Bay 


Premier 

Jaunty 

Returning In hi* jaunty old 
self, Newfoundland'* Premier 
Smallwood displays right eyt 
still somewhat puffy after op- 
p ration laat week to repair 
detached retina. Premier ex- 
peats m be out of hospital in 
Toronto by Thursday.—(CP) 


121 Massacred, 
41 Cong Quit 


uor Rise for Schools, Welfare 


Saratoga Hardest Hit 

Many householder* in the town) Power and comma 
reported basements flooded, lines throughout the 
with the worst hit area 12 miles Victoria area were fell 
south, at Saratoga on the mouth at pres* time tome < 
of Oyster River. area* atiU Jacked powei 


SAIGON (UPI) — Forty-on© Viet Cong, in- 
chiding the entire 33 members of a guerrilla platoon, 
turned themselves In to South Vietnamese authori¬ 
ties Wednesday In what was reported to be the 
largest mass defection of the war. 

The defection followed, but was not related to, 
a savage guerrilla attack on a civilian village in 
which at least 121 men, women and children were 
slaughtered with flame throwers and hand gren¬ 
ades. The attack was described by American of¬ 
ficials as the worst civilian bloodbath of the war. 

The defectors led U.S. troops to an arms cache. 

The guerrilla massacre of civilians was In ap¬ 
parent reprisal for the village’s refusal to supply 
the Viet Cong with recruits, American officials said. 


High tides flooded basementl Air Canada cancelled all 
with more than a foot of water, flights between the Island and 
The Malahat, hit by snow ea!9 mainland after 9 a.m. Wednes- 
lier in the week, was reported day. B.C. Ferries were forced 
, clear late Wednesday night. out of action for the rest of the 
Concrete walls crumbled at day after a ferry had difficulty 
Cordova Bay, two boathouses landing at 5 p.m. at Tsawwas- 
collapsed, and thousands of sen terminal. The Nanairno- 
square feet of lawn area dis- Horseshoe Bay service was able 
appeared when towering waves to continue operating, 
smashed ashore. Several homes were expected 

Winds gusted to G7 miles an to go without electricity or 
hour and were not expected to telephone through the night and 
ease for at least another 24 early this morning, until repair 
hours, the Victoria weather crews could catch up with the 

hundreds of reported failures, j 


roughly equal to the federal] an aside to reporters: “Out with 

‘ ' .._ . But the ably 

L#gui»a\e nepujier I but an increased profit margin. | person smoking was W, C. 

New profits from higher B.C. 
liquor prices, over and above doesn't pay half the costs it assistant. He kept smoking, 
the amount needed to meet the creates in additional services import BOOST 
boost in federal excise taxes, like policing, institutional care increases effective 

SS iSJSLfXttZ we,,are ''' Mr ' B ~ ~‘y ~ ■ 

cents to the price of a bottle of 
hard liquor and 20 cents to 
every half-bottle or mickey. 
Domestic and imported wines 
were boosted by five cents a 
bottle and champagne went up 
15 cents. 

Domestic beer and ale went 
up five cents for a dozen pints, 
but imported beer and ale were 
raised 10 cents. Liqueur prices 
were raised 35 cents for a 
standard bottle. 

CASH RESTRAINT 
Mr. Bennett was asked 
whether the price increase 


Steel Hike 
Rapped 
By Johnson 


tax Increase — was hot a tax the cigarettes 


liquor in this province I Budd, the premier’s executive 


nesday to “retaata from avoid¬ 
able price Increases’’ to avoid 
spiralling inflation. 

Hk admonition came in a 
prepared epeech before a U.S. 
btstoess cornel!. 

“Voluntary restraint has made 
invofamtary curt* unnecessary," 
he said. ''This is the way it 
should be done. This is the way 
it can be done—if txKzne** and 
labor meet their responaibiK- 
ttes." 

He told both sides that “it is 
your economy — your jot* and 
profits we need to protect." 


office said. 


Local Bonds 
s ted 


Santa Awaits 
Sinterklaas 


Weathership Held Up 


The $12,000,000 weathership Some homes were left stand- 
CCGS Vancouver, which left ing less than six feet from the 
Victoria Sunday morning, still fury of the sea. 
had not reached her post at Sta- “These are the most severe 
tion Papa, 900 miles west of results I have ever seen," said 
here, late Wednesday. resident George Roes. “It's a 

District marine agent Larry very grim picture." 

Slaght said the Canadian Coast Air Canada and B.C. Ferries 
Guard vessel was battling 85- officials said they hoped to be 
mile-an-hour winds and heavy able to resume services some- 
seas. time today. 

She had been expected to At the height of the storm 
arrive at the sea post Tuesday plate glass wi 
morning, and Mr. Slaght said Hardware at 


vugge 

For Schools 


AMSTERDAM (UPI) — Foreign Minister Joseph Luns. 
Sinterklaas flew to Canada They exchanged wisecracks 
Wednesday to caill on Dutch until Sinterklaas ashed Luns 
immigrant families following whom he considered the more 
his traditional three-week gift- important, the bishop or a 
giving visit to The Nether- cabinet minister, 
lands. 

The white-bearded bishop 
from sunny Spain and his 
servant, Black Piet, will 
spend six days in Canada, 
visiting hospitals and chil¬ 
dren's homes and talking with 
newsmen. 


UNITED NATIONS (CP) — A 
total of $26,270,340 — including 
$1,200,000 from Canada — was 
pledged Wednesday by 33 coun¬ 
tries for the relief of Arab refu¬ 
gees In the Middle East in 1968. 


__ ... Hillside and 

he did not know when she would Quadra and Western Agencies, 
reach her destination. 2019 Government, were blown 

The B.C. Pilotage sent out a 
request that deep-sea ships pair 
up outside Victoria, to save the 
pilot boat crews a number of 
trira to sea 

In the Cordova Bay area, 
high tides were boosted by the 
strong southeast winds to cause 
severe flooding and destruction. 

Eric McMorran, 5109 Cordova 
Bay Road, estimated damage to 
the 47 properties in the area to 
exceed $100,000. 

“It’s one of the worst storms 
I've ever seen," he said. 

Waves dug more than 20 feet 
into seaside gardens, carried 
away about 4*4 feet of sand and 
toppled cement retaining walls. 

“The storm carved a new 
shoreline," said Kenneth War¬ 
ren, 5065 Costiova Bay Road. 

Some log retaining walls were 
carried out to sea, and two 
boathouses collapsed after water 
swept away their foundations. 


"Undoubtedly Sinterklaas,” 
said Luns. 

"Thanks, said St. Ndcolaas, 
and handed Luns the tradi¬ 
tional chocaletter to mark the 
occasion. 


In cases where this Is done 
“within their own school dis¬ 
trict" and bonds are sold at 
an effective yield of 6% per 
cent, the premier told a news 
conference, the government 
guarantee and sharing for¬ 
mula would apply. 

“It's up to school boards In 
Vancouver or Greater Vic- 


The patron saint of Holland 
and of the city of Amsterdam 
will meet his “opposite num¬ 
ber," Santa Claus, who does 
his gift-giving on Dec. 25. 

Sinterklaas — today ia his 
official birthday — said he 
would try to persuade the 
Canadian Santa Claus to be¬ 
lieve in the Dutch St. Nico¬ 
la as. 


Day-Off Cost 
‘Too Much’ 


Third Section 


First Section 


[a Women .. 

4 Names la the News 

5 Theatre . 


OTTAWA (CP) — A Dec. 
2« Boxing Day holiday for 
federal civil servants was re¬ 
jected again Wednesday In 
the Commons by Rsveane 
Minister Benson. 

Benson told Richard A. Bnll 
(PC—Oarietoc) the holiday 
would cost t4.Me.liM to U,- 
fM.000, "which I think Is too 
much.” 


Fourth Section 
Second Section classified .u 

Island News.. 17, 23 Cross ward .......-.... 

Courtroom Parade __19 Bridge ....-.... 


reflected in coats, and were 
usually greater ait the retail 
level. 

•EVERYTHING UP’ 

“That's ordinary merchandis¬ 
ing," Mr. Bennett said. "But 
the costs of advertising in 
newspapers, radio and TV have 
gone up more in the past few 
years than liquor has. Every¬ 
thing has gone up." 

On the question of possible 
saving on liquors imported from 
Britain, became erf devaluation 
of the pound, Mr. Bennett said: 

"I don’t flunk they’ll ever come | Christmas te a mother's wrote, "to aee the wistful way 

eyes shining with the know!- my little girts eyed the food in 
FREIGHT RATES edge that her children do not the stores, too hungry to flank 

What B.C. gains from devalu- have to wake up hungry and ©bout dolls or toys.” 

pretend that Dec. 25 is just 
another day in the calendar. 

This was the way Mrs. J 
felt last year when the. 

Colonist 500 Fund cheque for 
$30 arrived Jus* before Christ¬ 
mas, at a time when 8}je 
herself was beginning to doubt 
the magic of Christinas. 

“It was heartbreaking," she 


A B.C. scheme to provide powdered milk, for example," 
food for the hungry people* he said, “but we haven't had 
abroad never got off the any organizations which would 
ground because world relief do that.” 
agencies won't use K to buy ■- Mr. Bennett outlined the 
food surpluses from this prov- status of the food fund — for 
Ince, Premier Bennett said the first time in such detail — 

Wednesday. after Skeena, NDP member . 

The fund, which started out Frank Howard said in the aown 
In 1960 with a government Commons earlier this week 
donation of $50,000, is "intact" that B.C. had embarked on a 
end has grown larger through "grandiose scheme" for feed- aflaon may be lost on increased 
earning of Interest over the log the needy people of the excise taxes and freight rates, 

years, Mr. Bennett said. He world. Mr. Bennett said. He added, 

refused to say how large It ★ A * however, that if savings ma¬ 
ll ad grown. Mr, Howard complained teriahzed in some brands of 

★ ★ * ttiat Premier Bennett mean- imported liquor, they woujd be 

"We have made offers to while had refused to part id- passed on to the customerf 
the world organizations on the pate in a federal-provincial “It will be rdcostptf when 
basis that it would be used scheme for admitting disabled (new stocks) come in, if thait is 

for B.C. products — our immigrants. the oaae," the premier said. 


Cash Eases Hungry Christmas 


Donations may be made tn 
(he downtown area at the Avis 
Rent-a-Car offices aft 800 
Douglas, where there is plenty 
o t parking. 

Donors may also mail or 
bring their gifts to The Dally 
Ooionfot at 2631 Dougtas. 

All proceeds from donate *« 
go directly t)6 the 500 families 
chosen by local welfare agen¬ 
cies. 

Latest bat of donations 
appears on Page 3. 


thought (he happiness they 
would receive from aome httie 
gifts would make the food 
taste better.” 


Mrs. J is rafakig four little 
girls on welfare, ft titanic task 
for a woman with Untie 
education and poor health. 
She had given up all hope for 
a joyous holiday when the 500 
Fund cheque arrived. 

“I am Afraid I splurged a 
httle,” ttte admitted, “but I 


Mrs. J Med she had mere 
food in tiie house at Christ¬ 
mas than at any time in the 
two years since her husband 
deserted her. 

"I oan ofty thank God ter 
such wonderful neighbors as 
those people who made this 
possible," ahe said. 




































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ItttM Ctitnilt Victoria, B.C., Thursday, December 7, 1967 


Real, Live Star 
Loves Crumpets 


DATING GAME: When I 
left, you yesterday I was all 
afire with excitement about a 
big date with an Ice Capades 
star — tea at the Empress. 

I settled on old school tie, 
dark suit, bowler and unbrella 
but my date totally upstaged 
me in a check suit, varsity 
muffler and a button telling 
the world that "Happiness is 
a yellow banana.” 

It was a real, live star — a 
2 Vi-year-old chimpanzee called 
Spanky. 

Not wishing to blow my cool 
in front of a considerable 
crowd, I tat down with 
Spanky to tea and crumpets. 

For my part, I like my tea 
with a dribble of milk and two 
lumps, but Spanky ate the 
crumpets, drank the milk out 
of the jug, and then tied into 
a second helping of crumpets. 

There is good reason to 
believe that Empress conven¬ 
tion manager Jack McPherson 
had been tipped off in ad¬ 
vance, for the crumpets were 
soaked in honey and all of 
chimp society knows Spanky 
is mad for honey. 

After the initial rush at the 
afternoon tea, Spanky held his 
cup with his pinky out and 
chattered for more crumpets. 

There were a few startled 
glances from the regulars who 
sip their tea beneath the 
fronds, but nobody got really 
excited. After all, the Em¬ 
press lobby has taken many 
strange scenes in stride. 

Next time the boys are up 
at the bar telling of their 
conquests and big times on the 
town, I can sit there straight- 
faced and tell of the day I had 
a date at the Empress with a 
real, live swinger. 

Spanky will be on his skates 
with Ice Capades unjil Satur¬ 
day. 

□ 

RAMA RITANS NEEDED: 

Moments after 81-year-old 


T E El 0 0 K 


Mrs. W. W. Patterson was 
fatally Injured in a car 
accident Tuesday. Mrs. J. G. 
Chope stopped to see if she 
could help in any way. She 
was told by onlookers that on 
no account was she to go near 
the woman lying on the road. 

Mrs. Chope was told it is 
forbidden for anyone to touch 
an accident victim. The in¬ 
jured woman lay on the 
blacktop. Not a soul moved to 
cover her from the oold. She 
was totally alone. 

One of the passerS-by was 
so shocked at the scene that 
she was taken into a nearby 
building and given a drink and 
placed in a chair. Still nobody 
went to aid the stricken 
woman. 

The bystanders insisted it 
was forbidden. The whole 
incident so angered and upset 
Mrs. Chope she phoned city 
police for advice on the 
matter. She says she was told 
it is unwise to move an 
accident victim, but the police 
did say that covering a victim 
with a warm blanket was a 
great idea. 


HE'8 RIGHT: Fred McGre¬ 
gor has a phrase or two for 
almost every occasion. If he 
does not have one on hand he 
makes one up right on the 
spot. He sends this gem for 
consideration. 

“Worry is just like a 
rocking horse. It keeps you 
going but it gets you no¬ 
where.” 

Fred makes a good point. 

ARTFUL BUYERS: Not all 


Your Good Health 


Navel Bulge Needs Surgery 


White Spot Man 
Sells Network 


VANCOUVER (CP) — Sale of 
a series of Vancouver and 
Victoria drive-in and other 
restaurants and other food 
outlets to General Foods Ltd. of 
Toronto was announced Wed¬ 
nesday. 

Businessman Nat Bailey said 


he sold Ms network for an 
undisetoeed price, though details 
will not be completed until 
February. 

White Spot restaurants, Ernie’s 
White Spot reatuararts, Ernie’s 
Fine Foods, Industrial Catering 
Ltd. and other tec* ties and 
franchises. 


the buyers at the great art 
sale Tuesday went for the 
high-priced stuff. Wllf Lund 
knocked down a painting to 
Municipal Affairs Minister 
Campbell and one to Tory 
hopeful Eric Charman. 

Dan Campbell took home a 
Highland seme with long¬ 
horned cattle, titled Evening, 
by W. Davis, and Mr. Char- 
man was inspired by an 
English watercolor by William 
Callow, titled Ilfracombe. He 
has a companion work by the 
same artist in his collection of 
English watercolors. 

□ 

NOSTALGIA: Gertrude 
Chitty, 1022 Southgate, drop¬ 
ped this little item in the 
mail. It comes from the 
Parish Digest cf the churches 
of St. Nicholas and St. James 
in the London, England, area: 

"We -wonder how many of 
our readers know that there is 
an announcement on a wall in 
Blackheath advertising fresh 
milk at fourpence (five cents) 
a quart. Now don’t all rush 
Actually the advert is a relic 
for this wonderful bargain, 
of the days before the First 
World War and no longer 
applies — much to our 
sorrow." The ad was on a 
wall near a pdb called the Sun- 
in-the-Sands at Shooters Hill 
Road. 

The way things are here. It 
would be cheaper to go into 
the pub, not the dairy. 

□ 

HE KNOWS: A Seattle auto 
wrecker advertises "road* 
tested parts.” 


By J08EPH MOLNER, MD 

Dear Dr. M4>laer: What Is 
omentum ? I noticed my navel 
protruding and was told that 
was what it waa. Is surgery the 
only answer?—E.D. 

The lining of the inner 
abdomen is the peritoneum. 
F<rfds of it, containing fat, form 
a sort of an apron. This apron- 
like, fatty protective portion is 
called omentum. 

Tbe bulge of your navel 
probably is an umbilical heroia, 
with omentum perhaps pressing 
through the hernia. Surgery Is 
probably the only answer; these 
hernias tend to become worse 
as you grow older. 

□ 

Dear Dr. Molner: Is there any 


harm la a hepatitis patient of 
five years ago taking a cocktail 
with dinner*—Bf.A.D. 

Assuming that there has been 
no serious residual damage to 
the liver, there would be no 
harm. 

□ 

Dear Dr. Molner: I have a 
friend who aaya she has a 
ringing in her ears all the time 
bat won’t go to the doctor 
because she is afraid. She says 
she is healthy. Can yon tell her 
what to do?—«LB. 

For heaven’s sake, what’s she 
arreJd of? Ear noises are 
extremely common, usually 
harmless but annoying. She 
should go to her doctor to make 
certain that hers are n:>t a 
dangerous type. 


Dear Dr. Molaer: I have had 
a bronchitis cough fer nearly 
two months with much mucus. 
Do yon think too much sugar 
aggravates Itf What should 1 
avoid to get rid of It?—M.C. 

First of all, get rid of the idea 
that your diet is causing it. 
Next, accept the fact that a 
continuing cough has a reason. 
It may be a dangermn reason, 
it may be a minor one, but 
something is causing the cough. 
Third, have your doctor check 
you over and stop guessing. 

□ 

Note to Mrs. A.J.: Drawing 
blood is one of the recognized 
methods of relieving polycy¬ 
themia vera, which is an 
overproduction of red calk. This 
ican result from various causes. 


The Weather 


DEC. 1, 1M7 

Gale warning in effect for' 
Juan de Fuca. Cloudy, few 
showers. Little change in tem¬ 
perature. Winds southwest 35 
and gusty. Wednesday's precipi¬ 
tation nil; sunshine nil record 
high and low at Victoria 44 and 
38. Today's forecast high and 
low 45 and 38. Today's sunrise 
7:51, sunset 4:18; moonrise 
12:46, moonset 11:09. 

East Coast of Vancouver 
Island — Gale warning in effect 
for Georgia Strait. Ckjudy, oc¬ 
casional showers. Little ettange 
in temperature. Winds south¬ 
erly 35 and gusty. Wednesday’s 
precipitation .27; recorded high 
and low 45 and 27. Today's fore¬ 
cast high and low 43 and 37. 

West Coast of Vanoouver 
Island — Gale warning in ef¬ 
fect. Cloudy, occasional show¬ 
ers. Little change in tempera¬ 
ture. Winds Bouthwest 35 and 
gusty, decreasing to southwest 
25 in afternoon. Forecast high 
and low at Tofino 43 and 35. 


North Coast — Cloudy, few 
showers mixed rain and snow. 
Little temperature change. 
Winds southeast 35, rising to 55 
in exposed areas. 

Five-day outlook — Near nor¬ 
ma] temperahu'es through Sat- 
orday. More than normal pre¬ 
cipitation with rain on tour 

days. 

READINGS 

.. . M*x. Mia Prrc. 

Palm Kprtaia . SX 43 — 

St, John'* ___ mm u 47 Qg 

Fredericton .. 29 l — 

Haitian ..*4 a — 

Charlottetown ........ a 23 _ 

Montreal ...... ...... 24 10 — 

ottaw. __ s 3 _ 

. 31 32 Trace 

Worth Bay _ !f a — 

Port Arthur.. an jj ig 

Kenora . 82 » — 

Churchill . a 13 Trace 

Winnipeg . IS 23 — 

ureaaon . ■ a .. 

Ttofaa . 30 a Tree. 

Saihaloon . . in n _ 

Prince Albert__ a 18 — 

North Battleford -.. 27 15 — 

Swift CutTJtit ........ 32 35 — 

Medicine Hat .. 37 22 — 

Lethbridge 94 37 — 

Cal«ary . 15 14 — 

Edmonton . 3n « — 

Klmherloy.«. Si ]] - 

raitlegar __ 33 25 .et 

Revelitok* .. S3 » — 


Vernon ... 

Salmon Arm ..... 
Grand Faria_ 

Kamloops _ 

PentlCtoo . 

Vancouver .. 

Comax . 

Prince Rupert. 

Prince George _ 

Port St. John _ 

Whitehorea . 

Seattle . 

Portend . 

San frenrlaco_ 

Loa Argelei . 

Spokane - 

Chicago _ 

New York . 

Miami_ 

Ptioenix _u-- 

Lai Vrgu___ 

Honolulu ... 


— 11 19 

... 40 28 

— * 25 

... 45 38 

... 13 32 

— *4 33 

... 31 9 

... a - * 

a —is 

.... 48 35 

... 44 35 

.... 50 37 

... «2 50 

... 35 24 


TTllIta *» VICTORIA 
(PaeHIa Standard Tima) 

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Ih.m flIh-m rtiB.M. ft.lB.tt n. 

7 ion 40 1 4.10 30 OS)_...I. 

8 im.sa 8.411045 OJl_....I.. 

9 >02.06 *4|ia40 »3|.. 

10 102.15 5 3110*5 9 l [18 45 11 . 


For 


GIVE 
HEALTH 
' THIS 
CHRISTMAS 


2 MORE DAYS 


V. i p. •sr 

M.m Course 
to Vanish Inches and Pounds 


ENROLL TODAY 

" “Parlor 

Lose Inches 
from 5 Vital Parts in 
only 30 days 


Housecoats 


The luxury she'll love 

Full mud duster fourth to guilted, braked anal, aylna, 
amtii, oordi gad eottasa. Small, medium, forge sad out- 


FLANNELETTE 

WEAR 


Open every night ’til 


Short sad foag gowns and 
pyjamas. Also capita. 
Tailored sad fancy, ia 
prints and plains. Small, 
medium, large and piS 
outsize. From ™ 


Alive with the glitter of 
seqtfln and jewel trim, 
prints and plains. Lace, 
chiffon, lame’ crepe, 
brocatle and araeis .. . 
A-llne, sheath aad Tent 
styles. Regular and pe¬ 
tite and hnlf sizes, 6 
to St. From 


(Except Sets.) 
Now ’til Christmas 


Sweaters 


Crew aad turtle 


Failovers aid cardigans la bulky kails. Crew i 
necks. All-wools, acrilans and erloas. 

Plain and fancy knits. Including White Stag. 

Small, medium aad large. Beg. 16.66. 


Birls* Winter 

Gnats 

Corduroy, orlon pile 
Wools sad Tweeds. 
8PECIAL 

4 to tx. Reg. li .68 

13 ” 

T to IS. Reg. M.M 


For tho Youngsters--Upstairs 


Boys’ aad Girls’ Ski Jackets 


Quilt lined with hidden hoods fully wash 
able, la navy, blue grass, orange or browa. 


Sizes 7 IB 

to 14. w 


Sizes i 
to 6x . 


BOYS’ 

HOUSECOATS 


BOYS’ FLANNELETTE 
PYJAMAS 


In tartan plaids, Craw- 
ford. MeKlaaoa aad Black 
Watch. Sizes * to 6x. 


a terrific selection In stripes, psis 
leys, etc. 


Rises • to 


Sizes ? to 


Girls’ Sweaters 


Failovers and cardigans, all 
machine washable. In white, 
orange, hot pink or yellow. 
Rises 1 to 14. From.. 


UMBRELLAS 

In plain shades 


GIRLS 1 FLANNELETTE PYJAMAS 


Pullover or batten front styles to fit sines I to 14 
Reg. l.M to 2.M . 


Men's Suits 


A specittl clearance group, sites 35 to 46. 
Broken sites in tall. All-wool worsteds, plains 
tad checks. Assorted shades of browns, 
blues, greys and green. Keg. to 75.00 


TO 

CLEAR 




MEN’S ROBES 

Flannel, Dntctella, Terry doth 
and satta. In aaaarted stripes, 
checks, plaids. Shades of blue, 
grey, green and wine. Small,' 
medium, forge and extra large. 
Reg. 12.M to 11.65 

Vz OFF 


Dress Shirts Sport Shirts 


Regular and batten 

down cellars. Conv. or 
French cutis. Checks, 
stripes aad plain col¬ 
ors. Sites d *4 

14ft to 17.^ 


la cotttmn, with batten- 
down and high boy col¬ 
lar styles. Assorted 
patterns. Some perms 
press. Rmsll, medium 
sad forge. Beg. A«S 

to 1.66 _ . “ 


0a, tvtr 
aid undar 
Douglas 

























































































★ ★★ 


»a tla qritfarit Victoria, B.C, Thursday, Dtcsmbw 7, 1967 3 


Third Storm Hammers Island Homes, Shores 



buildings and outside on the 
street 

Two maple trees, aged be* 
tween 1,000 and 1,500 years. 
w«e uprooted Wednesday at 
Cowichan Bay on the property 
of Riverside farm. 

QUADRA OUT OFF \ , 

The Quadra Island ferry 
stopped naming at 10 a.m. and 
was not scheduled to resume 
service until trie morning. 

Farther south, at Courtenay, 
local radio station CFCP was cC 
the air Wednesday after Its 
towers on Dyke Road were 
brought down by strong winds 
ait midday. 

The Attend Valley escaped 
wind damage, but basements in 
the city area were badly flooded 
by almost an inch of rain. 

McCoy Lake weather office re¬ 
ported 6.39 inches of precipita¬ 
tion for the first 514 days of 
this month. 

Cameron logging division of 
MacMillan Bloedel, which has 
been out for the past two days 
because of heavy snow on the 
higher slopes, will return to 


I roiu rime I 


(loiifmmMl Iroiu Pime I 


work today on a limited opera¬ 
tion. 

Franklin River division, which 
has had men laid off because of 
snow, varying from nothing on 
the low slopes to five feet higher j 
up, will also resume work tn| 
earnest this morning. Sproat 
Lake, which reported light snow, 1 
has had little' trouble and a 
minimum of layoffs. 

SEAS CALMING 

At the mouth of the Alberni 
Canal, a Cape Beale light station 
spokesman said weather was 
moderating late Wednesday 
night 

“Seas are calming down and 
the wind is only about 15 knots,” 
be said. 

The road to Tofino (which was 
left without power from 5 p.m. 
until press time) has been 
covered In part* by snowfalls of 
up to 14 inches. Higher falls are 
reported in the passes. 

Snow tires and/or chains are 


Building Bonds 


realistic for long-term borrow¬ 
ing in tUs period of high 
interest rates. 

"Yes,” he replied. “With 
our guarantee, R is realistic.” 

★ ★ * 

Earlier this week, Mrs. 
Betty McDonald, chairman of 
Vancouver school board, re¬ 
ported ribe was experiencing 
difficulty selling approxi¬ 
mately 5600,000 worth of 
school bonds in that city. 

School board officials, she 
said, expressed little interest 
In purchasing bonds at the 
rate Imposed by the govern¬ 
ment. 

* * * 

Mr. Bennett indicated he 
felt Vancouver wasn’t trying 
hard enough to sell the bonds, 
and offered the suggestion 
that they be sold to indi¬ 
viduals and companies. It’s up 
to the board both Vancouver 
and other school districts, to 
convtoce people of the neces¬ 
sity of further school con¬ 
struction at this time. 


“The money is there," the 
premier said. "When the 
federal government an¬ 
nounced a new tax that would 
advance liquor prices, you 
saw the run on the Bquor 
stores. 

★ ★ * * 

“You can see the amount of 
savings in Vancouver and 
other places. It’s never been 
so high." 

Did he mean there was no 
tight money, only tight peo¬ 
ple T "I didn’t say that,” Mr. 
Bennett said. '"Ibcwe are your 
words, not mine.” 


early Wednesday but were for- ; 
XOd to stop early that night on . 
the waterfront when high winds 1 
and spindrift prevented them 

necessary, a police spokesman from cUntok^ poles and check- 1 
said- k« lines. 

Trees on the outskirts of Tofino “We’B put a fkiH crew on this ' 
were blown onto hydro lines, mcrntag when *’« not so danger- 
Ucluelet and Opitaat were un- <jus,” Ihe spokesman added, 
touched. In Victoria, widespread cut- 

1 Telephone Unas out at N«- ages Jammed the B.C. Hydro 
naimo were bra«bt down by switoHbo«rd during ihe late 
falling branches, causing B.C. afternoon. 

Telephone crews to wcric non- Oak Bay Marina manager 
stop, but not effecting service Bob Wright disputed the »- 
to any extent. mile-an-hour wind report from 

The to! line to Vfctofa was Gomales weather station and 
disuted 1 miH« h»wi to be estimated it must have hi own 

routed through Vmamr * mm 80 dayte, 

r—> atM-a It ■ the worst storm Ive 

006 8taee - seen in my life.'* 

“Some traffic to Part Aflbemi 
and CamptoeB River nee af- DOEMJB 
footed Cor a short wfaBe, but ‘It gets very imcomfortable 
we're gnoduedDy begtortng to nit there, and we have asked 
bold or own,” a spokesman ship* to double up so we could 
said late Wednesday night meet them brth on one trip and 

not have to send the boat out too 
RURAL OUTAGES many times,” he said. 

The Cedar arm and Nanaose Paik of the storm came at 
Bay, near Nana imo, w ere 4:15 p.m. when a southeast gust 
among the distrtrts left without was recorded at 67 miles an 
power, Hydro supervisor Dick hour. The official average was 
Reay said. 57. 

1 'There have been a lot of it began to build up early 
rural outages, e^eciaSy in Ihe Wednesday morning, but by 
exposed areas. Depart** Bay 7:30 p.m. bad dropped to 45 
was on again ait 6 pm. after miles an hour. 

being off for mere than an___ 

hour,” he said. LPPITJB CHANGE 

B.C. Hydro crews ipent 24 “And there isn’t going to be 
hours on the Job restart^ pow- “Uch change for the next day 
er to regularly hard-hit Port “■ so.” » weather official pre- 
Renfrew, Coaly completing the dieted. 

Job at 10 am. Storms began to batter the 

A B.C. Telephone Go. spokes- last Friday, when winds 

roan said most communications reached 69 miles an hour. The 

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SECOND NEWS SECTION 


Green Ra p ped 


VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1967 


PAGE SEVENTEEN 


Dam Chemainus? 
loo Costly* 


Morton , Coun. Dennis Hogan at work 4 


Reeve Hits Back 
On Water Issue 


NORTH OQWICHAN—Reeve candidate Claude Green’s 
suggestion to use the Chemainus River as a water supply for 
the northern part of the municipality was termed "slightly 
ridiculous” by opponent Donald Morton. 

Reeve Morton said "We have been surveying all possible 
sources of water during the past two years and the surveys 
are now fairly complete. 

* * * 

"Mr. Green is two years behind times and is Just not 
knowledgable about municipal affairs. 

"The engineers state very plainly the only circumstances 
under which a dam on the Chemainus River might become 
economic would be where a vastly greater quantity of water 
was required in addition to the domestic needs of Chemainus 
and the cost of storage could be shared.” 

The reeve pointed out even engineers are doubtful whether 
an eccnomic site for large storage exists "even at ithe cost 
of more than 51,000,000.” 

★ ★ ★ 

Reeve Morton said "On a regional basis those benefiting 
from services will still pay the whole cost and it is doubtful 
with the present population if we can attempt it 

"My recommendations to the Chemainus Ratepayers' 
water committee will be. to consider the Chemainus River 
supply much later because of the immense cost and im¬ 
practicability of financing it. 

"We have immediate solutions well in hand with Holyoak 
Lake and Weddells Lake. 

“Mr. Green’s dream is all very well for someone who 
doesn't understand the financing of municipal projects.” 

★ ★ ★ 

The reeve noted one of the main problems arising from 
the Chemainus River proposition is the provision of a spillway 
section to regulate the water masses going over the dam 
during the winter months at the rate of more than 10,000 
cubic feet per second. 

"This presents further problems with the fisheries depart¬ 
ment and the fish and game clubs. 

“It is a great pity that a man interested in public affairs 
doesn't get some council experience before trying to tell us 
all how to run the municipality.” 


Court Order Served at Dock 
Where Crew Pickets 9 
See Details on Page 23 


Duncan 


Tribes Plan * 
Conference I 


DUNCAN — The aoutoem 
Vancouver Island Tribal Fed¬ 
eration will hold its annual 
ooventkxi on Saturday and Sun¬ 
day at the Eagles Hall, Whit- 
tome Building, Station Street, 
Duncan. 

Indian professor at the Uni¬ 
versity of Saskatchewan, Dr. 
Howard Adams, will be guest 
speaker. 

Social welfare and Indian 
agents from the Mainland and 
Vancouver Island will be among 
invited guests, who include coun¬ 
cil officials from Duncan and 
North Cowiohan. 

Guy Williams, president of 
the Native Brotherhood of B.C.,, 
Gus Gottfriedsen, president of 
toe North American Indian 
Brotherhood, Jack Peter, presi¬ 
dent of the West Coast Allied 


Tribes and Frank Calder MLA, 
and president of the Nishga 
Tribal council will also be pres¬ 
ent. 

The federation will present a 
brief pointing out poor welfare 
conditions and services for toe 
native people of B.C. It will 
make many proposals for cor¬ 
recting toe dismal situation. 
Gordon Elliot, correspendent- 
secretary for the meeting said 
Wednesday. 

★ ★ * 

"We had hoped to pre¬ 
sent it to Indian Affairs Min¬ 
ister Arthur Laing and Munic¬ 
ipal Affairs Minister Dan Camp¬ 
bell but because they may be 
unable to attend, It will be pre¬ 
sented to their representatives. 

“This wiM be the main issue 
of the meeting Saturday,” he 
said. 


NORTH COWICHAN.— 
Conn. Gerry Smith rapped 
reeve candidate Claude 
Green for statements re¬ 
garding damming the Che¬ 
mainus river to improve 
the water supply in the 
northern part of the muni¬ 
cipality. 

Coun. Smith told council Wed¬ 
nesday afternoon that estimated 
cost of toe dam was 51,000,000 
in 1953. He said "Unfortunately 
people hearing of this proposal 
don’t realize the coat involved 
(now). 

He said these figures were not 
given in toe news story. 

Coin. SmMh said the munici¬ 
pality spent 51,TOO on a survey. 
Engineers had painted out that , 
wells in Trans-Cana da Highway ( 
area would have less than a 50 
per cent chance of producing 1 
water satisfactorily. i 

Survey Good ^ 

Reeve Donald Morton said "A 
two-year water survey for the 
northern part of toe municipal¬ 
ity is fairly complete." 

Members of the Maple Bay 
Ratepayers’ Association exp res- - 
sed great interest to amalga¬ 
mate their fire department with 
the North Cowichan (south end) 
fire department. Recently they 
were told by their fire chief that 
building up the Maple Bay 
department would be very 
costly, and would result in a 
sharp tax increase. 

Fire Ballot 

Coun. John Cannon said dis¬ 
cussions on the issue are 
continuing, but meanwhile, 
West holme residents will Dace a 
referendum in March to decide f 
whether they want the Oof ton C 
volunteer fire department (ft 1 
cover their area. t 

Coun. Gannon said "The fire c 
committee agreed the objective i 
in the past four years has been 
to develop fire protection / 
throughout the whole mtinici- ( 
polity and to establish fire 
protection as a utility.” 

He said plans also caU for a 
fire protection area between t 
Herd Road and toe Trans- 
Canada Highway-Somenos Road ^ 
intersection. 

Land Purchase ■ 

Coun. George Whittaker ex- 3 
pressed great delight about the i 
purchase of a piece of land , 
from Elmer Campbell, a mem- , 
ber of the Cowichan Indian ; 
band, for the widening of Cliffs 
Road. 

Coun. Whittaker termed the 
deal as "the beginning of better 
co-operation. 

"Band manager Rnas Modes te 
is putting himself out to bring 
1 about better feeling and co- 
1 operation,” he said. 

School Link 

t The widening of Cliffs Road 
i will enable the municipality to 
improve the entire road. 

It is hoped a continuous 
*5 footpath will eventually hr* toe 
city of Duncan with Mount 
& Provo6t Junior High along Gov- 
i eminent Street. 

! In a letter from the Chemal- 
h nus-Crofton and district Cham- 
I ber o# Commerce, council was 
p requested "that municipal land 
h be sold specifically for devdop- 
jfi ment within two years to avoid 
^ speculation.” 


Newt Zoning m 

Reeve Morton noted "Al¬ 
though this cannot be done 
legally, we could heed the spirit 
of the letter.” 

He added "Legislation next 
February will enable munici¬ 
palities to institute conditional 
zoning and then land could be 
zoned for a purpose." 

Coun. Whittaker said "I think 
it is a reasonable request, 
because ft would hold back 
development of toe district if 
somebody bought a piece of 
land and just held onto it 

In other business: 

• Council decided to bup- 
i port: the Campbell River council 

■ in its efforts to have toe feiry 

■ service between Vancouver Is- 
I land and Prince Rupert cotv 
- tinued. 

' • The dosing of the Duncan- 

' Cowichan Chamber of Com¬ 
merce tourist information 
bureau was described as a 
backward step by Coun. Smith. 

• Coun. Dennis Hogan 
asked to have 53,000 put in next 
year’s budget to pay for a 
swimming pool and recreation 
complex bylaw, saying toe 
bylaw would need the endorse¬ 
ment of the joint recreation 
commission from North Cowi- 

! chan and Duncan before it could 
be put to toe voters. 




Hunter 


Play 

United States submarine 
Greenfiah docks at CPR wharf 
In Nanaimo, while on top 
secret mission la Canadian 
waters. Servicemen met and 
mingled with fair sex at Na¬ 
naimo. Submarine itself did 
more Berio ns bnslneea at 
naderwater weapons range at 
Nanooee.—(Agnes Fieri) 


Liquor Move l nder Fire 


Council 

Members 

Elected 


DUNCAN — Out of 549 elig¬ 
ible voters, 171 members of the 
Cowiohan Indian band voted 
Wednesday night to fill the posi¬ 
tion of chief and 11 vacancies 
on band council. Many, includ¬ 
ing the chief, were re-elected. 

Re-elected chief was Dennis 
Alphonse, 130. His opponent, 
Garden Elliott, polled 33 votes. 

★ ★ * 

There were 24 candidates for 
the 11 council positions. 

Elected, In order of voting, 
were: George Daniels, re-elect¬ 
ed; Rennie Louie; William Joe, 
re-elected; Abner Thorne; 
Junior Andrew Tom; E. Wesley 
Modes te; Leonard Peter, re¬ 
elected; Mrs. Ruby Peter; 
Abraham Joe, re-elected; 
Abel Joe, re-elected; Raymond 
Peter. 

★ * ★ 

Die next election will be In 
December, 1969. 

The council was declared 
illegal last month after a large 
number of the members were 
I not seconded in the May elec¬ 
tions. 


PORT ALBERNI—More 
protests and petitions are 
being fired off to Victoria, 
protesting the Liquor Con¬ 
trol Boards closing of both 
its downtown stores. 

A letter has been sent by 
City Manager Dennis Diain pro- 
tenting not only the dosttog of 
the existing Equor stores and 
toefr replacement by one out¬ 
let, but also toe manner In 
which toe move was accom¬ 
plished. 

A telegram and a follow-up 
petition wtil be sent from those 
attending an election meeting 
sponsored by aldermanio can¬ 
didates George McKnight and 
Mike Iverich, 

Mare than 50 people stuck 
around toe meeting in toe so- 
mass Legion Hail to sign their 
names and contribute a dime 
to a wire addressed to Attorney- 
General Bonner. Many also took 
copies of a petition which they 
will circulate and forward to 
authorities later. 

The petition, like other pro- 

★ ★ ★ 


Thain 


Two Candidates Give 
Forum for Speeches 


Ivezich 


additional mile and a third each 
way for residents north of Roger 
Creek Road. 

This extra mileage also 
applies to residents of Beaver 
Oeek, Sproat Lake and Cherry 
Creek areas, who number 
7,000. 

"It Is the opinion of council 
that a city more than five miles 
long, serving a shopping popu¬ 
lation of more than 30,000 war¬ 
rants more than one liquor 
outlet," the letter said. 

The situation was aggravated 
by the timing of toe move and 
the fact no advance notice was 
given to the city as to whet# It 
would be made, the letter con¬ 
tinued. 

This petition asks that both 
former stores be opened during 
the coming weeks till after Jan., 
and until a matter of favorable 
location can be discussed wtto 
toe new 1968 council. 

“Its a disgrace that now 
the two citioa are amalgamated 
the whole community should 


tests, centred on toe inconven¬ 
ience caused by toe overnight 
change of location without noti¬ 
fication, and the serious traffic 
hazard. 

Mr. Thain pointed out that 
toe store, formerly located on 
KJngaway. was adjacent to toe 
main downtown business area, 
and immediately adjoining the 
waterfront. 

"It was convenient to most 
shoppers, and maribered among 
its patrons many local fisher¬ 
men residing cn their own boats, 
and all visitors arriving by 
water. 

"The latter have no surface 
transportation and are now re¬ 
quired to travel in excess of a 
mile and a quarter to the new 
outlet the letter said. 

“The otoer store on Margaret 
Street was well within the busi¬ 
ness area of the Former City of 
Albemi, and close to the centre 
of highest concentration of resi¬ 
dences.” 

The new store necessitates an 


McKnight 


Landry 

+ ★ ★ 

lose the two former stores,” toe 
petition and wine state. 

"In their place only one outlet 
now exists, and that la more 
than a mile from the centre of 
either of the two main business 
districts.” 

Regional district chairman 
Charles Blair and Hospital 
board chairman Maurice Landry 
told the audience of the plans 
and needs of the hospital which 
will be covered by the referen¬ 
dum which also comes up for 
vote on Saturday. 

Tyee Bus Company authori¬ 
ties spoke of the essential need 
of a further subsidy if service 
is to continue on the city trans¬ 
port system. 

AMermanic candidates 
George Dunbar, Ken Hoffman, 
Bob Dubbin, school board candi¬ 
date Sam Palmer and mayori 
alty candidate Les Hammer 
were all in the audience, and 
were given a five minute oppor¬ 
tunity to speak by toe sponsoring 
candidate, McKnight and Ive¬ 
zich. 

Mr. McKnight said all the 
candidates indicated their sup¬ 
port of both the hospital and bus 
subsidy referendums In the best 
interests of the community. 

Mr. McKnight and Mr. Ivezich 
said they sponsored the meeting 
as a public service to the com¬ 
munity. 


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Ssiiu Qabmist. Victoria, B.C., Thursday, Decembsr 7, 1967 


Injunction Served in Alberni 


PORT ALBERNI — An in¬ 
junction was served So get work 
moving on the dock*, when five 
gangs of longshoremen refused 
again Wednesday to cross picket 
lines at a Chinese ship. The 
crew at the ship, Orients! 
Exporter, said there was an 
unfair decision to send one of 
their crew mem here back to 
China. 


Association, Ron Black, has tc*d 
school board trustees that 
teachers nut only want to mec 
the teachers’ aide program 
continued, but expanded. Among 
the jobs that should be passed 
on to axles are clerooal tasks 
such as record keeping, and 
supervision of hallways which 
would leave teachers better 
prepared to cope with teaching, 
he explained. 


DUNCAN — Susan Jane Trijw □ 

of Victoria was released irarn , PARKRvn(r T 
hospital after being treated for u Tourist 

Injuries she received in a car ^ 

accident near here. The other "j 1 

driver was A ban Norman from ** J* ** „ 

Gowichan Bay. He w*. «A hurt. Z Y 

_ tiki figure for the year before. 


He said Expo did not affect the 
area very much. 

□ 

PORT ALBERNI — John 
Squire has baen re-elected 
president of the Alberni NDP. 
Provincial leader Robert Stea¬ 
ch an criticized the provincial 
government’s delay in hospital 
and school construction. He said 
natural resource* are being 
misused. He hat the Iwrvrivers 
policy, and hit expert of are and 
logs to Japan. 

D 

CAMPBELL RIVER — Gar¬ 
rard Jensen has been elected 
president of the Campbell River 
NDP CHub, succeeding Larry 


COURTENAY — President cf 
the Comax District Teacher s 

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DUNCAN — Trap wanner at 
achievement banquet of the 
Cowichan 4-H Beef Club was 17- 
yoar-oid Beverley Skeet who 
was awarded tour trophic* for 
her outstanding work. 

She was presented with the 
B.C. Hydro trophy for highest 
achievement in the district, the 
Credit Union Trophy for highest 
achievement in the club, the 
Gulmarg Trophy for highest 
achievement and the greatest 
number of points at die Cowi- 
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Choille Trophy for best senior 
showmanship. 

* ★ ★ 

Other winners were: Roberta 
Jameson. IS, Trim Groves Tro¬ 
phy tor best steer in club; Jim 
Myhre, 14, Oakrldge Trophy 
for intermediate showmanship; 
Sharon Glenn, 12, Dogwood 


Acres trophy for junior show¬ 
manship. 

Top winner Beverley also 
received the 4-H Silver Pin and 
a three-point pin. 

The awards were also given 
to 18-year-old Lorraine Jame¬ 
son. 

★ ★ ★ 

The Oowichan 4-H Beef dub 
has 22 youngsters whose leaden 
are Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Skeet 
and Dave Glenn. 

As a highlight during the 
banquet the 4-H members heard 
Joan Simms of Sydney; New 
South Wales, Australia; who 
spoke on the youth term 
organizstion and agriculture in 
her homeland. 

District agriculturist Ken 
Jaxnesor. said “She is an 
excellent speaker and a great 
ambassador from Australia.’’ 


Widen, who has served tor the 
past (our years. Vice-president 
is Alec Barrass. 

□ 

CHEMAINUS — Alexander 
Sinclair Crabbe, 27, will appear 
in court Jan. 10, charged with 
criminal negligence. The charge 
was laid in cannrotton with the 
road deaths cf Bernice Con¬ 
stance Thom. 43, of Vancouver, 
and her mother Kathleen Mc- 
Chrfette, 74, cf Sudbury. The 
Chemainus man will appear in 
court at Duncan. The accident 
occurred Nov. 11. 

□ 

PARKS VILLE — Francis 
Dudley Wickett has been instal¬ 
led as president of the chamber 
of cammeroe here. Magistrate 
Erie Winch p erf o r m ed the cere¬ 
mony. Retiring p r t at dcn t S. 
Verne Huntley outlined the 
chamber's active year. 

□ 

COBBIJE HILL — MuniofpHl 
Affairs Minister Dan Campbell 
has answered an appeal tram 
residents to CobMe HiU, Shaw- 
nigan Lake and Mill Bay tor a 
plebiscite to vote on whether 
they are to favor of a regional 
dtoMot being tornud. Residents 
earlier protested the methods 
used to forming th* Oowichan 
Valley regional dto triu t. 

□ 

DUNCAN — Funeral service* 
were scheduled for Wednesday 
tor Benjamin James Andeiaon, 


a heavy equipment construction 
worker who died Nov. 29 to 
C a wichan District Hospital, 
•aged 48. He was bom to 
Grandview, Man., and bad been 
working in B.C. tor 20 yeans. 

a 

NANAIMO — The weekend 
waa wet, but now ita dry. That 
waa the story for minors, aa 
tour young man pleaded guilty 
to having liquor in their posses¬ 
sion. David Miller, 20, was 
found near a gravel pit with a 
girl. He was find $50. Also fined 
were WilBam Hicks, 20, Bruce 
Gerald Newman, 19, and Donald 
iRichard Gordon, 19. 

" □ 

LAKE COWICHAN — An 
unidentified woman narrowly 
escaped serious injury and 
damage to her car Wednesday 
morning when a lumber truck 
lost its load on the main street. 
George Braid wood. 2508 Blan¬ 
chard, Victoria, driver of an 
Ideal Fuel truck, told police his 
load ahifted on a sharp curve. 
Overnight, Ralph Harvey, Dun¬ 
can, received head Injuries 
when his ear crashed off toe 
Lake Gowichan Road. He ia in a 
satisfactory condition. 

□ 

PARK8VOXJS — A resident 
of this village has been acquit¬ 
ted in Edmonton on a charge of 
trafficking in marijuana. Mi¬ 
chael McGregor, 21, said toe 
verdict restored hit faith in 
Canadian justice. He was re¬ 


turned'to jail to complete two 
weeks in a three-month term 
for possession of Marijuana. 
Kirby Moorhouse, 21, Port A1 
bernl, will appear later, on a 
trafficking charge. 


CAMPBELL RIVER - 
Legion will hold Ks annual 
Christmas party Dec. 10. Mlaa 
Campbell River, Donna Bailey, 
wiU help Santa Claus hand out 
bags of goodies to the children. 

□ 

LAKE OOWICHAN — Douglas 
Turks of Mesachie Lake has 
been treated at Cowichan Hospi 
tal following an accident on the 
road between here and Duncan. 
He suffered neck injuries when 
his car went out of control on 
the Peldi Hill. 


8 If You Vote in 

SAANICH 

You Should 
Learn 
All About 


IN VICTORIA VOTE 
LARRY RYAN 


Union Bay News 

Centennial Group 
Winds Up Work 

UNION BAY — The centen- all honoring pioneers in the 
ni&l committee is ready to fold district. 

up business for another 100 ^ f« toe cont^cxune 

from Doug Kennedy, who pre- 
y ears - sen ted the prizes. He told 

Treasurer Ken Williams said students “AH the auggestkxw 
the committee has completed were so good it was hard to 
Its projeot and paid all its bills, pick a winner.” 

He thanked all local organiza- □ 

tkms for their help. Sarah Kirkwood wal Hr- 

Money was raised in many winner in women's section of 
ways over a two-year period, whist play at toe Credit Union. 
There was the Union Bay Top man in action waa Fred 
Pioneer night, when five old- Peters. Members of the credit 
timers received centennial union committee who organized 
medals. the event were Mrs. Jim 

Another event was Bay Day, McKay, Eve Chapman, Myrtle 
when there was fun and games McKay, Doris Scavarda, Ken 
for the families of Union Bay. Peters and Leslie Stewart. 


DUNCAN — City council has 
decided to study the consulting 

engineer’s suggestion to Inatoll 
storm sewers at • later date. 
Engineer Ruaaeti Patter said 
toe installation would oost about 
$135,000, and “it should be 
included in the budget as soon 
as possible.” Mayor Jack Dob¬ 
son suggested that it oould 
eocne under, toe urban renewal 
plan. 

□ 

NANAIMO — Lieutenant-Gov¬ 
ernor Peerkei and Ms wife will 
be guests at the annuel Christ¬ 
mas buffet of the Nanaimo 
Vocational School. Food is pre¬ 
pared by the culinary training 
class. Dinner will be served to 
200 students at 6 pra. Dec. 14. 
Last year’s class was asked to 
go to Victoria to prepare the 
food for toe Mate ball and state 
dinner at Government House. 
John Bateman, chief instructor, 
said the class of 25 is very 
enthusiastic about the challenge 


Year Comas salty 

Funeral Chapels 

Sensible Prices 

Victoria 

383-7511 

Sidney 

656-2932 

Colwood 

478-3821 


LARRY RYAN WILL CONCENTRATE ON: 

★ Low cost homing. 

★ Air-water pollution control. 

★ Job stability. 

dr Light industry prospects. 

dr Overall design in which role of professional planner will be 
recognized. 

★ Regional approaches to urbanisation, 
dr New civic library. 


RYAN L 


Iftuerted by 'Tb« Elect L»rry Hy»n Committee") 


Recreation consultant Gordon 
Pyon came from Victoria to 
open ithe project. 

Mr. Williams said “assets of 
toe centennial committee have 
been turned over to toe Union 
Bay Community Club. That club 
will undertake further work of 
fencing and landscaping at the 
beach project.” 

Members of the centennial 
committee, in addition to Mr. 
Williams, were Doug Geidt, Don 
Hastings, Don Bennie, W. S. 
Wood, Frank Scavarda, Sid 
McKay and Harold Chapman. 

□ 

Three students in Union Bay 
elementary have received prizes 
of $5 each in a name-the-road 
competition. 

Winners were Jeanette Rog¬ 
ers, Patricia Hamilton and 
Barbara McKay. They sugges¬ 
ted naming roads Russell Road, 
Jones Road and Tapin Street, 


FRANK WARING 


Vote for a candidate who will handle your 
y> Municipal Affairs with impartial judgement 
■ft based on nearly 30 years' administrative ex- 
perience. Elect Frank Waring to Saanich 
T Council 1 

A lifetime Resident of Saanich having resided in the 
Cloverdale-Quadra area, the Gorge-Cra Igflower area 
and Cadboro Bay. 

Was a member of the original Victoria Arm and Por¬ 
tage Inlet Improvement Association. 

A member of the Cadboro Bay Ratepayers’ Association. 

Was associated with a group who only recently present¬ 
ed a brief successfully opposing the dumping of sawage 
into Brentwood Bay. 

A past President of toe Victoria Electric dub. 

Served as Hon. Secretary, Director and Vice-President 
of the Victoria Rotary Club. 

A Warden of" St George's Church, Cadboro Bay, for 9 
years. 

Served fi years in the Artillery during World War H, 5 
years with Commissioned rank. 

Worked at the electrical trade from 1930 to 1939, was 
appointed to his present position of Victoria Branch 
Manager of ■ large Independent Wholesale Electrical 
Supply firm in 1945. 

These Qualifications , Plus a Sincere 
Desire to Give Public Service, 

Assures Saanich of Real Help in 
Council Matters . 


FOR A Stable Voice on 

SAANICH COUNCIL 

On Saturday ...Elect 


yifduMs Colorama 


A galaxy of hundreds of exciting colors to choose from, 
in all types of materials suitable for all sorts of surfaces, 
interior or exterior. Flat latex—semi and hlgh-gloss 
enamel—porch and floor enamel—exterior cal base, ex¬ 
terior latex. 

2 .95 A-95 

Gal 




WnnrlwarH'ft Mercury 


104U reserve 


—Woodwant’s Palate, Main Floor 


You’ll call it 
magnificent 


It takes an uncommonly good 
whisky to mako a man 
switch his brand. 1840 Resorva 
is an uncommonly good 
whisky. New in name only, 
1840 Reserve is a happy blend 
of two perfectly aged whiskies - 
a five year old and a twelve 
year old. The result Is an 
exceptionally light taste. Light 
but richly rewarding. Try 
-1840 Reserve. Sip it slowly. 
Roll it on your toeguo. The 
odds are you’ll agree: new 
1840 Reserve is magnificent. 


Favourite Gift... Dainty Slippers 


CANADIAN PARK & TILFORD DISTILLERIES LTD 

This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia. 


“assy Paws by Lynn’s, 
Shearling step-in mule. 
Red, pink, blue, tur- 
quoUe, gold. S.4t 


Marvel by Kaufman. 
Medium wedge heel. 
Pink and blue. Pom¬ 
pom trim. 8.88 

—Woodward’s Ladles 
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HOUSES FO« SAL8 


MEATtS AND WHYTE 
OAK BAY REALTY LTD.. 
2188 OAK BAY AVK- 
OAK BAY OmCE 


WINDSOR PARK 
TWO BEDROOMS 
CLOSE TO SEA 

For the nIM roupl* wW> win! 
In in aka tha riteo** lo a kuita 
Clnar to the aaa, ahopa and tran» 
pnrtaiton tot ui dtflrui, tha 
arivantera* of -Wvtnc In a nv 
nrx-raUw block. A tow mofKhly 
ajanaiMit, no wri* about 
iau.ni. haailni or other notour 
rhore* and Uic knowtndje that 
vour budfrt can ba planned and 
(oilowad an aomc at the fcalurca 

you can depart on. TNa a bed¬ 
room autlc haa a terse living 
room, dining anea, conveoiwrt. 
compart Idle hen. Early poaaea- 
aton ran ba arranged TWi aulia 
la re allaU rally prloed al I LI.500. 
For appoMmenU to view or 
further Informal tan, please rail 
D. G. Whyte or J. W. Ritchie. 
1*57707 anytime. 

TUDOR COTTAGE' TUDOR HOME? 
OAK BAY—WINDSOR PARK 

Right now thla home can ba de¬ 
veloped either way. The polenllal 
for people with Imagination, la 
unlimited. The ground flour ha a 
living room with Ampler*. dining 
room, modernised kXchrti and 
two bedrooms Stairwmy to 2 
potential bad rooms and Iwo-plece 
bathroom — NO STEPS — NO 
BASEMENT—eaay to keep gar¬ 
den lot—good wiring—new heat¬ 
ing plant- run price * 18 ,sm 
Exclusive Hating Ptaase call 
D G. Whyte. MS77W anytime. 

WILLOWS SCHOOL AREA 
1 OR 4 BEDROOMS 
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 

Start the children al Willow* 
Schorl right after tha New Year 
from this Immaculate la mi ly 
home ready for occupancy wav. 
There Is a large living room and 
dining nan. 1 large bedrooms 
on tha main floor with a 4-pca. 
halhnxan. OB the cabinet kit¬ 
chen there I* a hreakfaet nook 
leading to a sheltered underk. 
In the full basem ent there la a 

double bedroom, a sitting room 
or fourth bedroom, Sprx bath¬ 
room and a fine playroom for 
the children. Thla home la real- 
lie i rally priced at S22.SOI For 
further Inf orm a t ion and appoint 
menla to Vise anytime, pleaaa 
call J. W Rile hie. *85-7707. 

Affiliated with 
Yorkshire Trust Co. 


GARDNER AGENCIES 
LTD. 

899 FORT STREET 
385-1448 

SUPERIOR 
WORKMANSHIP 
HIGH WITH OAKS 

Custom built by tha electrician 
owner. thU 1*30 aq. ft maaterplece 
la texture pi axle red throughout with 
the beat o< finishing everywhere. 
Tha super alae 22 ft. bring more 
haa 22 leet at drapes Included with 
Indirect lighting from the valance 
Mahogany feature wait an fireplace 
aide and one end also hava special 
lighting Dining room haa corner 
window with drapes Included. 3 
good alto bedrooms have large 
rloarta with lights Lovely 4-pca 
hathroom and then what, every 
housewife wants, a special laundry 
room off the mala hall next to tha 
largs and lovely family kitchen. 
Full high cement iwiement has 
rumpus room apace wMh fireplace. 
Carport off aide lane give* ample 

K rklng space tar ail your can and 
ita Lot la rranplalely larrt- 
araped Thla la not a run of tha 

IF ll YnU M HAVE NOT SOLD YOUR 
HOUSE YET. WE CAN ARRANGE 
OCCUPANCY TO SUIT YOU. 

Phone me now on this beauty. 
Asking «a.2M, with good terms. 
Call 

CUFF SALMOND 
477-3628 385-1448 


YOU ASKED FOR IT 

—A modem stucco horns. 

—2 bedroom*. 

— Large hricht kitchen. 

—Full basemeol 
—Automatic oil heat 

— Full price *14.flta. 

—Good terms 

HAVE A PARTY! 

Entertain your (rtenda In Ibis 
beautiful 3-year-old atuccc heme 
Here'a what you gel: 

—Large bright living room. 

—Raised hearth llreptare. 

-Sparkling kitchen. 

— 2 two rooms. 

—2 bathrooms 
—Large rer. mom area. 

—All de luxe features. 

—Full price *21.31)0. 

—Good term*. 

A LOVE NEST 

For young or "id don't miss Oil* 
rule and cosy lltlle Jewel. 2 
bedrooms - »o it* pa - weUbiult 

— quirt area. Full prim 111.96ft 
Try your terms. 

Call **4177* nr *854711 
DON PATTERSON 
Northwestern Securltiei Ltd. 


HOW ABOUT THESE? 
GEORGIA PARK 

CHOICE SEA VIEW. ASKING 
*31 500 OPEN TO ALL OFFERS. 

ESQUIMALT 

FOUR BEDROOMS. REAL GOOD 
BUY AT *12,500. 

OAKLANDS 

TWO BBS FULL BASEMENT. 
EXCELLENT AT H4 *t» 

BEACON HIUv 

WHAT A LOCATION' 1UST 
Ot.znf FOR 4 BRS. TWO BATH- 
ROOMS. OWNER WILL, 
FINANCE TO GOOD COV. 

385-6741 or 386-6233 
DAVE NELSON - SMITH 

NORTHWESTERN SECURITIES 
LTD. 


DEAR HOME HUNTER 
(Not House Hurnen 

WILL YOU BE NEEDING 4 BED¬ 
ROOMS IN A FEW YEARS TIME* 

WOULD YOU LIKE MORE THAN 
AN ACRE OF PRIVACY, GUAR¬ 
ANTEED NEVER TO BE RUINED 
BY SUBDIVISION? 

HOW ABOUT JUST A LITTLE BIT 
OF FORMAL GARDEN, ALL THE 
REST BEING A PARLIKE PARA¬ 
DISE? 

YOU WOULD! AND YOU HAVE A 
GOOD DOWN PAYMENT* THEN 
CALL MR HOLDEN OF LEACH A 
SPARKS LTD. TO VIEW THIS 
PROPERTY AND RAVE THIS 
'ONCE IN A LONG WHILE' OP¬ 
PORTUNITY SHOWN TO YOU. 

FIVE MILES OR IS MIN TO 
TOWN, I MIN TO U-VJC. 

S S3-4117 • 4774*84 


QUADRA — TOLMIE 
4 BEDROOMS 
BASEMENT 
OILeO-MATIC 
Only 813,500 

Thla haa to ba today** bait buy. 
Situated In the Tolmte-Quadra area. 
Clone to everything. With alucco 
exterior and compelling of living 
room, dining room, fireplace. 4 
bed mu and basement with oil-o- 
mallc fumec*. For the family who 
requires tots of room In a good area 
this Is a MUST SEE. For further 
Information and to view phone any* 
time lo: 

"ARMY'* ARMSTRONG 
385-1448 Rfi 479-2855 

GARDNER AGENCIES LTD. 


OPEN HOUSE 
TUBS. - WED.-THURS. 

2-4 P.M. 

828 ALVARADO TERRACE 
HOME FOR XMAS 
An outstanding new 4-bedmnm 
Tudnr home wailing for you. 
Beamed celling! In entiy hall, 
living and dining rooms I baths 
You should maka a polai of 
viewing thla home Priced at 
147.20). Call *8*071 for other 
details. 

John Halyard Agencies Lid. 


233 BATTLE FORD AVE 
Near Woolen, clean, cdmfnrtahle. 3- 
hedronm rountry-stvle home. K.Snn. 
LED VAN DYK. 3*52471 lanyUmei. 

JohaiLo A Ca Ltd. 


ISO HOUSES FOR SALE 

P R. BROWN & SONS 
LTD. 

762 Fort Street 385-3435 


OPEN HOUSE 
GORDON HEAD 
SAT., DEC. 9 
2 - 4 P.M. 

1897 SKYLARK PLACE 

4 bedrooms, room for more I 
bathrooms of course in thla attrac¬ 
tive home — 1400 iq. ft. with a 
further 18 H aq. ft. developed on the 
lower level. Entertainment atsed 
living room, dining room, rer. room 
and sundeck. All with a fantastic 
aes View. Magnificent floor In 
celling fireplaces In both Heine 
mom and rer. room Roomy 
kitchen with bull-ins and Creatwond 
cabinets. Exterior finish Is sturm 
and iock with a roof of heavy 
shakes. Separate double carport: 
Many more splendid features hut 
vou must see them. An executive 
home, priced at 

941.M0 

JACE TURNER 3853435 


BE IN FOR CHRISTMAS 

LOVELY COLWOOD 
This vs. y attractive Usedroom spilt 
Ir "el la offered for sale for the first 
time. All rooms are spacious 
Separat-- dining-room, also family 
*‘*e kitchen with large eating area. 
4-pre. bathroom and 2-pce off 
rumpus room. Wired for washer 
and dryer WILL NOT LAST al the 
low price of *22.4M). Call me NOW. 
Mrs. Harif. 185341* anytime. 


P. R. Brown and Sons hava 
mortgage money 
alwaya available. 
Preferred rates. 


BUY HER A HOME 
FOR CHRISTMAS 

My clients have suddenly been 
transferred East, and have return 
tantly put their home on Ihe 
market Four bedrooms — the 
master haa wall-to-wall earpMng 
and Ihe Ian upstairs are twin sire 
for the larg* family. New wiring 
new plumbing, new root and In 
mint condition. Heated with oil. 
Asking 118.ioa. Another outstanding 
exclusive with JESSIE McCRATH, 
so call me at *855741 for appoint 
meets to view. 

Northwestern Securities Ltd. 

PRIVATE SALE 

Gordon Bead area. 4-bedrnom. split 
level, only 5 months old. douhle 
ptumhlnf, owner transferred, must 
■all. principals only. 477-4951 

Prtea *24.900 

Mrs. MarWIillam and Mrs Wallace 
;n attendance Pbone *8587*4 any¬ 
time. 

CUSTOM-BUILT HOMES BY EX- 
perleoced craftsmen as low ss *500 
down. Trade-irw considered. Phone 
Mr Roberta 38KP«. _ 

151 COUNTRY HOMES AN0 
PROPERTIES 


NORTH SAANICH 
HOME AND ACRE 
PLUS WORKSHOP 

A well constructed home built lo 
last forever. Located on over an 
acre o' properly with fruit and 
ornamental trees. Consists of a 
large living room, aeparale dining 
room, l-vo bedrooms, bathroom and 
large kitchen. Extra bedroom and 
rumoua In tha full basement Extra 
large paved drive and parking 
area. Separate building 2ftx30 for 
garage or workshop. This very 
attractive property la In excellent 
condition. 

PRICE *23,250 

ERIC GRAHAM. 3857321 anytime 

BOORMAN INVESTMENT 
CO.. LTD. 


THE YORKSHIRE 
CENTRAL SAANICH 
Just U mimilee from downtown 
Victoria An older 5-bedroom home 
for aomeone who loves Ihe country 
atmosphere and quiet living. Ideal 
family home or for retired or rami- 
retired couple who wish to make a 
amall Income from grocery atari 
facilities In front This home has a 
full basement partially developed, 
drive-ln parking, new automatic oil 
heat new electric wiring, largg 
tiring room with fireplace. Siding 
rxterlor ana durold roof. Bus slop 
a- door Term* may be arranged. 
Price *17.850 For Information nr 
viewing call BOB SQUIRES, 388- 
*701, or BOB ALLEN. 383-7837. 

THE YORKSHIRE. AND 
CANADIAN TRUST LTD. 

737 Fort Street 
*84-0514 


BRENTWOOD 
Properties Ltd. 

7183 W. Saanich Rd. 

Your Brentwood Bay Realtor 
for properties and insurance. 
652-1141. 


AT BRENTWOOD BAY, BY 
owner Seavtcvr. H-acre, cathedral 
entrance, 8 steps up and C down to 
1800 square feet of living. 2 baths, 
2 fireplaces. 4 bedrooms, large 
living room and rumpus room. 7- 
per cent mortgage. All for only 
*24.508. U2-IKI. 

SKAWN1GAN LAKE 
Cosy cottage, situated In a cholca 
hay at North end. One of best lots 
on lake Good beach, gradual slope, 
*12.snq Perea Rd, M3-7 97K_ 

SIDNEY REALTY”LTD 
Sperialiits In reilrement propeillea 
la Central and North Saanich. Fh. 

«852«23 Sidney _ 

152 WATERFRONT 
PROPERTIES 


OVER 300’ LAKE 
FRONTAGE. 5 ACRES 
AUTOMATIC HEAT 
SUualeu on the salt aide of 
Shawnlgan Lake <0 a sheltered 
sunny position, with excellent farlli- 
Uti for family activity; swimming, 
bating tennis etc. S bdrm. house 
Is fully Insulated. new heavy 
wiring, new automatic heating, 
covered sundeck. attractive rock 
fireplace In living room. All furni¬ 
ture Included. You can move In 
today. Outbuildings inrlud# bunk 
house, greenhouse, garage, pump 
h-.use. Property completely fenced. 
Asking *18,300. Please call Me. 
Ousts nee. 3852481. 

Swlnerton. Stewart Clark, Ltd. 


Ob a quM Bay wkh Hoping, beach. 

B nnramtc view, and near marinas, 
is home Is quality built with 
■hake cxleriar end good sized living 
and dining rooms also large 
kllrhen. Three HR's, full basement 
with oil beat. On water and aewer. 
Asking 12S.9nn with attractive 
terms GEORGE HOWARD, an-4071 
or «52B7* 

N.B. f have aaverel other waler- 
front properties Also sea front and 
sea view tala if you are Interested. 
J. H. Whit tame A Ca Ltd , 70S Fort 
flt > _ 

SHAWNIGAN LAKE 
168 FT. FRONTAGE 

Lakeside home completely fur¬ 
nished. Plus float, boat and 
molar Alan cement boat ramp. 
Adjoining thla lakafront la 54 
legally aubdlvlded lou. Ideal 
marina site and campground nr 
could ba broken up. Entire 
property to be arid la one 
parrel. 

Giveaway price *37.31(1. 

Rex W Hughes, 475357* 

Colony Realty Ltd.. 385-3231. 

Our waterfront home* run 
from $26,800 to $98,000! 
Ask us for full Information 

GORDON HULME LTD. 

Serving the Peninsula 
OPEN SATURDAYS 

>144 Beacon Ave., Sidney *41184 


IT S A WELL-KNOWN 
fact . . . Classified is 
the people's market 
place to buy, sell, find, 
rent or hire. Read and 
u*e Classified Ads daily. 


151 WANTED TO JUY 
HOUSES 


COLONY REALTY NEEDS YOU* 
HOUSE NOWI I I Lilted below are 
samv at our buyers. 


WATERFRONT — 2 bedroom* — 
un lo 132,001. Half cash Plaase call 
WANDA STARR. 3B532S or 475- 
SOU 


LANGFORD — Need- home around 
*12.000. Baaement not necessary. 
Please call WANDA STARR anytime 
at 39532*1 or 478-3083. 


LOTS Or LOTS NEEDED 
Anywhere — up to *3,000 Call 
WANDA STARR anytime. *8532X1 
or 478-508*. 


Tm (n dire need rf a Mr. FlxJt 
home 

Irena Dalriet 1M-WS2 at 3852111. 


5bedroom home with «rtrm lo4 nr 
acreage. Call now Irww Dalaiel 384- 
8H2 or 385-3231. 


SMALLER TWO BEDROOM 
HOME TOR ELDERLY COUPLE 
NOW LIVING IN A MOTEL. ANY 
GOOD AREA CLOSE TO TRANS¬ 
PORTATION. 


OLDER THREE OR FOUR-BED- 
KOOM HOME FOR RETIRED 
CIVIL SERVANT ARRIVING DE¬ 
CEMBER li HAS CASH UP TO 
120.000 


THREE-BEDROOM HOME WITH 
ENOUGH LAND FOR THREE 
HORSEj. PREFER COLWOOD OR 
METCHOB1N BUT WILL CONal- 
DF.P OTHER AREAS. 

J. C. (JACK) WALDROrr 

D F. Hanley Agencies Ltd. 
385-77*1 (34-hr. sarric* 1 


WANTED!! 

For Ffh. occupancy, 2-3-hedroom 
full basement home or side-by-side 
duplex. Preferably Falrfietd, Jubi¬ 
lee or Oak Bay. Client has *14,000 
cash ta deal with. 


2-S-hedroom. M sere plOi property, 
Royal Oak to Sidney way. 

Your help la much apprectaled- 
Please call 

CLIFT SALMOND 
AT GARDNER AGENCIES 
LTD. 

477-3626 385-1448 

URGENTLY NEEDED 
2 BEDROOM 
BASEMENT HOME 
SUBSTANTIAL CASH 

IF YOU HAVE A HOME. ON 
SEWER, IN ANY GOOD DISTRICT. 
UP TO 30 YEARS OLD. PHONE. 
AND I CAN SHOW IMMEDIATELY 
FOR POSSESSION JAN. 15TH TO 
PER 1ST SUBSTANTIAL CASH 
AVAILABLE TOR AN UP-TO- 
DATE APPRAISAL OF YOUR 
HOME ON TODAY'S HIGH MAR¬ 
KET. CALI. L. MARSHALL, FAIR¬ 
FIELD REALTY, 3(6-97*5. 

FEBRUARY OCCUPANCY 

I have clients for the following on 
nr before Feta. 28th. 

1— 3 BR's, den nr rec. room, full 
haaement, nrt over 125.non 

2— 4 BR's, with remainder of 
am.iamndatlon to match. Up¬ 
lands area only, up to MB.OOf). 

I—Three clients for good homes 
under *15,008. 

Please phone GEORGE BLACK¬ 
BURN of Byron Pric* Realtors at 
3852438 or >850843. 


THERE'S NO 
SPEED LIMIT 

When yen sell your home through 
Multiple Listing. Think modern—go 
Multiple—get more money faster! 
To we speedy action, call snv 
Realtor and say "LUt - Multiple, 
please. •' A service of Uie Victoria 

Real Ealata Board. 


OLDER HOMES WANTED 
in 

Good Residential Area 

Ws havs buyers waiting. Pric* 
range *72.1*10 lo *19,0011. Please rail 
JOHN CHAPMAN or FRANK 
WOYCHESH1N. S85674I. Northwest, 
era Securities Ltd. 

1 ! PRAIRIE FAMILY ! ! 

Desperate. Will pay cash lor 2 or 
3 RR homo with or without baae.- 
ment. Older home O K. For market 
evaluation without obligation call 
MRS. MITCHELL 
*38-4401 or 477-2325 
Shirley Philips’ Homellnden Ltd. 

CASH 

*15,000 TO *20.000 

For 2 or l bdrm. solid home with 
or without bsmt required for music 
teacher.. City. Fairfield. Oak Bav, 
Gorge or any olhor good area. 
Close to bus line. Urgent Please 
call Mr. *, L. Houston, Byron Pric*. 
3852458, anyllma. 

EXECUTIVE MOVING TO Vic¬ 
toria i-equirea a ®.me immediately 
lo buy or to rent. Preferably In tha 
Oak Bay. Cadbnro Bay. Gordon 
Head aree. 4 Be drum or 3, 2 bath¬ 
room*, double carport nr garage, 
basement, family room or space for 
same Plena call Mr Jenaen, 388- 
4234 days. 382-09M eves 

A COUPLE WITH 3 CHILDREN 
are In need of a 3 or 4-bedroom 
home, preferably In the Sir ,'amrs 
Douglas School area. They have a 

« ond down paymen’ If vou can 
-in i*s please call Adeline Nii-hol 
388-4481 652-2(190 

Shirley Phllpa' Romeflnders Lid , 

SELLING OR TRADING . . . 
Take advantage of my 12 years* 
experience in working out satis¬ 
factory deals for holh parlies Phone 
ltOV CROW for suggestions and 
Immediate potion No obligation. 
MAYFAIR REALTY LTD., 3852SU. 
3X5-4838. _ 

• CASH CLIENTS 
Wm pay all eaah or cash to tnort- 
gaga for your 2 or 1-hedroom boms 
wUb basement If possible. Call 
Victor Wong. 1852458 or 479-5582. 
Brrtxi Prica Realty 

BELLtNQITTT 

Try Hemic# Weir or Job* Molyard. 
They know what they are dring. 
Call 385*175 a n y 11 m k . JOHN 
MOLYARD AGENCIES LTD. 

EASTERN CLIENTS 

Require large older hnmei hy Ih# 
end of February. Pleaar phone Mr. 
Beils. 384 931* 384-3498. C N. 

Montague Ca 

HONESTLY. I DO HAVE SINCERE 
cUenls who have CASH FOR YOUR 
HOME If It la suitable for their 
need# Pleaae call MRS MARY 
HOLIZKt Nswatead Realty, 3858117 
or 855577*. _ 

I WILL BUY YOUR 2 OR S-BEO 
room home Immediately for cash, 
If it’s suitable for rental purpuaes. 
For fast setket rail mv agent 
Kllwnod Nault at Newatead Realty 
Ltd 382-8U7 anytime. _ 

TO HAVE A 

SOLD BY ROSS CORBY 
on your property, phone 3884294 
Bastion Square Properties 

4 TO 5BEDROOM OLDER TYPE 
home required. Must be In good 
condition. Cash isle, price 114.1)00- 
*18.000. Phon* C II Holland 
Realtor 384-78*0 nr .MUK24 

IMMEDIATE CASH TOR YOUR 
home If suitable for rental. Condi- 
Uon and locatlun nol important For 


153 WANTED TO «UY 

HOUSES 

SEAFRONTACE WITH SECLUSION 
- An older house with large room# 
required Sooke or PoInfNo-PWnt 
preferred. C»H Mrs. Harlt, 385*435 
anytime P. R. Brown A Sons. 

PLASTERER WANTS ANY HOUSE 
needing repairs, price no oh]art, 
any district Quadra Realty Ltd.. 
*851431 _ 

WANTED—OLDER HUMES NEED- 
Ing repairs between 1*000 and 
Butler Utnca *85X385 Res 477 *220. 
*10.000 Olympic Humes Ltd.. Deri 

URGENT-CRIPPLE REQUIRES I- 
bedrrom. no-stepa h ome. Please 
call Rose Chope. 3*3-002* or 582- 
4312. Dickie Agencies. 

"SOLD OUT OF HOMES" 

AU types required. Clients walling. 

BRYAN LEVERTON 
Mutt llrilng agent. 3858012 anytime 

154 PROPERTY FOR SALE 


TREMENDOUS 
OPPORTUNITY 
6536 WEST SAANICH RD. 
This 44 acres of beautiful farmland 

la easily Identlflsd by a large 

wooden ‘'For Sale" sign, and (roots 
on Ihe Weal Saanich Road Aatweaa 
Victoria and Brcrtwnod. (Juil be¬ 
fore you get ta Keatinc Crow Road 
you will see It on the left-hand 
aide. 1 To a great extent the land la 
cleared There la soma 4 acrea of 
loganbeerlea The lull price with 
term* ta ]uat 159,000 Pleaaa call 
Ted Graves at 3858771. 

BROWN BROS. AGENCIES LTD. 
3858771 anyllma 

NEW! 

SUBDIVISION 
GORDON HEAD! 

NHA APPROVED 
FULLY SERVICED WITH SEWERS. 
HARDTOP ROADS, CURBS. 
STREET LIGHTING AND STORM 
DRAINS! NO THROUGH STREET. 
CLOSE TO UNIVERSITY! AV. 
SIZE 7tr X ISO. DRIVE OUT SHEU 
BOURNE TURN RIGHT ON TOR¬ 
QUAY DR AND SEE OUR SIGNS 
WILL BUILD TO SUIT! N.H.A. 
MORTGAGES AVAILABLE AT 8 
PER CENT CALL LEN WARDI.E, 
FRASER CONSTRUCTION LTD. 
M505S4 or 383-8238 


V.L.A. APPROVED LOT 
ON SEWER 
$5,250 

On • aelect wooded subdivision 
close to the aea at Sidney. All 
aervirei in and ready to go. For 
details plaaa* call 

J R Ford 184 1883 

A L Wagner 477-2989 

or 385-3411 anytime 

Ker & Stephenson Limited 
680 Broughton 


3852951 382-9415 


BUILDING LOTS 

*200 DOWN *25 PER MONTH 

MELVILLE PARK 

—Located In Sidney, across from 
Rest Haven Hcapital. 

—148 lots—717 to 7 S frontages. 

—NBA approved 114 per cent mart- 
lag* available. 

—Paved road* curb#, sewers, storm 
dra'na. 

—Controlled building. Protected in¬ 
vestment 

SLEGG BROTHERS 
Lumber Ltd. 

P. Polet: 479-7151 Rea IB-149T 


VALUABLE LOT 
KH‘xl73' 


DOUBLE ACCESS 
Maple and Roderick Street* 
LIVEABLE HOUSE 
Only $10,950 

ARMY ARMSTRONG 
385-1448 res. 479-2855 
GARDNER AGENCIES LTD. 


NHA — GORDON HEAD 


On Elm hunt Place. Amongst beau¬ 
tiful new homes and towering 
evergreens, near Unlvertily. 
anuth at Faltham Road. Phans 
now — only *5,400 with contract. 

Xaaapl Construriton Co. Ltd. 
Call 1454191 anvil me 
Aak for Jack DavU 


VLA PROPERTIES 

I have aeueral pond open proper¬ 
ties, half acre to 5 acres, qualified 
lor VLA Price *3.500 to *4,500 
Also same good homes on half acre 
to 1 acre, ranging from 112.000 to 
*19,500 with ana without baaement. 
They qualify 

B.C. LAND 

894-4982 D L Maulnne* SH3-SSM 

SEWERED LOT 

Mayfair Drive Area. Piles *5.508. 
Fur the hullder with Imagination 
and Ingenuity. Just off Mayfair 
Drive on Lorraine Road, frontage 
49 ft. See our sign. Phone J. B. 
Lav. 384-812* 

Pemheilon. Holmes Ltd. 

3002 Government Street 


CHOICE LOTS 

Large liuildlng lots, high location, 
some with sea view, Cbrdova Bay 
area. Frlred at 15.5U0 and up Call 
384-8LM WALTER CHECK 5555*87 
Pemberton, Holmes Ltd. 

HW Qnvernmert Street 

TEN MILE POINT , 
17.960 

Nicely treed, spacious lot harking 
on to Woodhaven Terrace. Lot ilia: 
*1 75x180x158x80. Call 

FRANK NEWTON 
UNIVERSITY REALTY, 477 18M 

LOT - WILLIAM ST. 

Zoned light Industrial. Asking *5.500 
— additional land available. For 
details phone R. J. SMITH. 385 
1741. 

Northwestern Securities Ltd. 

APARTMENT SITE 
Walking distance, near Central 
Junior High. Approx. 155x130. 

Full Price *28.300 
S. W ANDERSON LTD. 
394-9 3 2* Be. *83-8*17 

BUILDING LOTS 

NBA approved Oa rawer. Paved 
ctd-de-aar. Foe mors Informatlcri. 
Phone 478-2074 

PHVI.Pfl OONRTKUI HON 

77x134'” SEA VIEW I.OT ON CA*A 
Marcia. 17.500. 182-3720. 


Classified 

Advertl*ing 

Department 


lalepitone 


154 PROPERTY FOR IALI 

BUILDING LOT ON SEWER. TO 
be sold With building contract Ml 

Tolml* area. *1.200. Plaase call 
Mr. Dyer, 1858794 anytime. Clarka 
t Warfare Realty Ltd. _ 

PRIVATE CUL-DE-SAC, FULLY 
Serviced tot N.H.A. approved. 
Gordon Bead. *5.000 with buUdtng 
onntract. 

Byron Print *85-2491 

LARGE COLWOOD LOT DRAIN - 
age perfect. Near new blgb school, 
•tore, aea. 478-3KE 

ATTRACTIVE VIEW LOTS, 
Southern expeaure one block from 
City buz. on sewer *82-4951 

155 PROPIRTY WANTID 


HALF ACRE OR MORE 
SAANICH PENINSULA WANTED 
HIGH LOCATION ON WATER 
DISTRICT BEYOND ROYAL OAK 
ON EAST 8AANICB SIDE, CEN¬ 
TRAL SAANICH. NORTH SAA¬ 
NICH. OR SIDNEY AREA. VA¬ 
CANT LAND PREFERRED, HUT 
It' LOCATION IS RIGHT WOULD 
CONSIDER PROPERTY WITH 
BUILDINGS. 

SHOULD YOU FEEL YOUR PRO¬ 
PERTY COULD ANSWER MY 
CLIENTS NEEDS WOULD YOU 
KINDLY PHONE LEN THOMAS 
AT DOUGLAS HAWKES LTD-. »7A 
FORT ST, 384-7131 or (RESI¬ 
DENCE) 479-8382 


lltltt (Kolonlfl. Victoria, B.C, Thursdoy, DqcemjMir 7, 1967 



CASH FOR YOUR ACREAGE 
Ws want to build m tham. We 

mesa business 

Eaaasl CctntrocOaa Ca Ltd. 
Pfecsw *858191 Anyttma 

WANTED 

APARTMENT SITE, any tire. Call 
M. K. DUNN, Mayfal rReai ty Lid. 
Phone 3957953 or Realdence Phone 
384-2239. _ 

WE WANT AN APARTMENT SITE 
CLOSE IN. WE PAY CASH. KAS- 
AP1 CONSTRUCTION CQ LTD., 
X88-M91 

LOTS OR ACREAGE IN ANY AREA 
Vickery A Sana Ltd. 
885-13*5_ 382 213 

NORTH VANC ISLAND PROPER- 
ttea Corker and Ibbotaon Agencies 
Box 14*0 Campbell Rlvar. 

cash”now for lots 

Gtlmooe Court. 477-1*14 

IS* ACRCAGI FOR SALI " 
AND WANTID 


30 ACRES 

Five miles from Victoria, partly 
cleared rolling parkllke land, fair 
amount of pasture, sullabiq for 
subdivision later, on paved road. 
Priced to sell al *11.90* with *4088 
down. Phone Fred Bergman. 3*8- 
2155. 38541790 Mayfair Realty Ltd 


CORDOVA BAY 

New subdivision, larga lots. Sea 

( Ian corner of Wesley and Hali- rnsj 
urton Some srith aaavlew. Priced 
at *3.500 and up Call GEORGE _ 
CHAN. 3852*55, Rea 383-941*. May- 
fair Really Ltd. Lar; 

horr 

GORDON HEAD 

CHOICE SKA VIEW LOT. 90x145, In -— 

■-.-eluded location on Locarno Lane 1 

Sewer to property. Many basutllul Sort 

trees and shrub* on property. Full 
price *10,500. Call GEORGE CHAN. 

MAYFAIR REALTY LIU Phone ~T, 


10 ACRES 

Rolling and treed, *-mlle circle. 
*77.500 Exclusive. L- MOILLIET, 
ISLAND HOMES LTD., 1857S45. 
res. 858-5275 



CHALK MARKS where traffic victim fell after being struck at spot where an¬ 
other woman pedestrian steps out of another car’s way. 


Police Tighten Controls 


Street Toll Now Six 


PRIVATE Have aU cash or cash 
lo mortgage for 2 or 3 bedroom 
house around *14000 full price 
Phone 384-2754 elier 8 p m. or any- 
tlme weekend* Principals only. 

top market price tor your 
home Call 385-8741 nr 383-0773. DON 
PATERSON, Northwestern Seoul- 


ACREAGE TOR IALE1 
Laryt or small with or without 
home. Building lot*, etc. Call 
CEORGE CHAN, tha Spartans! in 
Land *852955- Maytalr Rralty Ltd. 

1 Oil 2 ACRE LOTS NEAR 
Sonke. Beautiful trace, larga 
sire any hydro, phons. school bua 

CASH TOR ACREAGE ADJACENT 
to sewer Kaaarl Const *855191 

ACREAGE WANTED. CLOSE 115 

Him __ 

137 COMMIRcTaL 
PROPERTIES 

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY 

and 4-room house on C.NJR. 

frtrkag*. OUST 8.000 aq feel rt 
Isnd. *M .900. Town and Country 
area- naaae call TED CHARTRES. 
.9S9-2M*, **-*08 Mayfair Realty 

Ud. 

COMMXRCIAL ZONED, 5 LOTS 
AND STUCCO HOUSE 2 ROAD 
FRONTAGES NEAR SHELBOURNE 
PLAZA. DON TREGEAR, 477-1855, 

131 FARMS FOR SALE AND 
WANTED 

WANTED MEDIUM SIZE DAIRY 
farm suited to modern operations, 

In Duncan or Courtenay area Re- 

K i rnnfldtabal. Victoria Press, 

457. _ 

139 GULF ISLANDS 
PROPERTIES 

SALT SPRING ISLAND 
FOR QUIET EASY LIVING 
14 sere, 9ff beach . *4,7* 

J-hedmom sea view collage Ml 
acres, Mull tree*, power and 
water, near ferry, store and 
V O *12.500 

7'.4 acres, 3.1(H) ft read front *2,500 
cash 

150 arrea. 1 mHe road front and 7 
acre lake . *43.000 

Far «fl your Real Estate needs cal 
JIM SPENCER 
SALT SPRING LANDS LTD. 
Ganges. B.C 
Phone 537-5615 or 537-2151 

RETIREMENT GEM. 
Well appoited 2 bedroom 
home, just 7 years old. 
Approx. 900 sq. ft. living 
area. Interior plasfer, ex¬ 
terior stucco. Full price 
$11,500 terms available. For 
info, contact Bert Timbers, 
537-5391 or Cam Bastedo 
Agencies Ltd., Box 353, 
Ganges, B.C. 537-5363. 

SALT SPRING LANDS LIU 
Bos ■ Ganges - Phene 547-BB19 
Largest Golf Islands Realtor 

NOTICE TO ( REDITORS AND OTHERS 

ROBERT 8T.4HR LEIGH WILSON, 
lereased. 

CREDITORS and other* having claims 
against Ihe estate of Robert Starr Leigh 
Wilson, deceased, lata of 100* Hampshire 
Road. Victoria. B.C.. are required to 
■end full p^lculars of such claims lo 
*00 ■ 1070 Douglas Street, Victoria, B.C., 
on or before Ihe 29th day ot December. 
1967, after which dale the easels of the 
said estale will be distributed having 
regard only to claims that hava been 
received. 

LULU BELL* LEES, 
Executrix. 

STRAITH, McINTOSH 
* COMPANY. 

Solicitors.__ 

PUBLIC NOTICE 
CALL FOR TENDERS FOR 
BUSINESS BLOCK 
BANFF NATIONAL PARK 

Healed Tender* for tha right to reel a 
Crown-owned hustnsta building on Block 
I. Lot 18, on Banff Avenue. In the Town- 
site of Banff, In Banff National Park, will 
he received by the Townalta Marrtgsr. 
Banff National Park, up to 12:88 ism 
Dec. 29i 1987. Tender envelop# should ba. 
marked on outside ''Tender an Building". 
The building, which Is located la the Cen¬ 
tral Business District, and we* formerly 
occupied by the Alberta Liquor Board. Is' 
a two-storey structure with a tour-room 
suite on the second floor and approxi¬ 
mately 1.900 square feet of spaot on tha 
main floor. 

Particulars cdhcernlng tha bulltHnfl. Ro° r 
plans, tender documents and coadltlena 
to he compiled with, the term* of the 
lease to be granted, and a list of per- 
mtlted uses may be obtained from the 
Townalta Manager of Banff National 
Park, Banff. Alberta. 

Tbs building will be awarded to thoj 
tenderer submitting the moat satisfactory 
pronrisal In respect of a fixed anraral 
rental, or. where applicable, a conces¬ 
sion Ir* calculated on a tendered per¬ 
centage of gmaa annual rercloti from all 
rales »nd revenues. Proposals offering a 
return to Her Majesty In Right of Can¬ 
ada of lew than *400.00 per month will 
not be considered. The lease to be is¬ 
sued will be for five year*. If in the 
opinion of the Minister, the lessee has 
satisfactorily operated a business on Ihe 
lite, the Minister may at the end of the 
term of the lease, renew the lease for an 
additional period not exceeding five years 
on terms to be negotiated at that lime 
The biqhert or any tender may not ne- 
reiaarlly be accepted. 

No lender will he considered unless ac- 
comnanied by all the Information stlnu- 
•■led In the conditions under which the 
building will be awarded. 

I), a COOMBS, 
Regional Director. 


Victoria’s fifth traffic fatality 
In 17 days occurred Tuesday, 
when 81-year-old Mrs. W. W. 
Patterson of Suite 3, 1333 Fort, 
died a little more than an hour 
after being struck by a c ter out¬ 
side her home. 

The death was Victoria's sixth 
thi* year. It came aa police 
stepped up their campadgn for 
more care by both pedestrians 
and driver*. 

Mrs. Patterson'was crossing! 
Fort Street at Fernwood at i 
13:45 p.m. when she was struck i 
by a car. She died in Royal 
Jubilee Hospital at 2:05 p.m. 
Police identified the car’s 1 
driver as Kenneth Grant, 23, of 
1840 Newton. They urged any 
witnesses to the accident to 
come forward. 


Coroner Edmond Jorre de St. I 
Jqrre ordered an inquest in the I 
traffic death for 7:30 p.m. Mon¬ 
day. but was unable to set a 
place as funeral arrangements 
have not yel been announced. 
Mrs. Patterson's only relative 
lives in Edinburgh. 


Insp. Richard Berry said Tues¬ 
day, "We are doing everything 
we know to avert such trage¬ 
dies." 

He said officer* on foot patrol 
are cracking down issuing 
tickets to pedestrians, especially 
during the peak traffic hours. 

In addition, a patrol ear with 
two officers is cruising the 
downtown area with a loud- 
hailer, trying to Instil better 


walking habit* in pedeatrians, he 

MX). 

The first fatality in the cycle 
occurred Nov. 19, when Mr*. 
Martha Kovati, 33, of 1*74 War¬ 
ren Gardena wbb killed fci a two- 
car collision, ending an eight- 
month fatality-free record, 

On Nov. 21, pedestrian Alfred 
Kneen, 85, of 1345 Stanley, re¬ 
ceived fatal injuries when he 
was knocked down by a oar on 
Pandora near Stanley. 

The next day, Mia* Wbmfred 
Tucker, 82, of 340 Linden was 
struck and killed while crossing 
the 1100 hlock Fairfield. 

On Nov. 28, Lerare Harkin, t, 
of 3128 Glasgow was struck and 
killed while crossing Douglas 
south of Tolmie during the rush 
hour. 


Carr Painting 
Brings $10,500 


City artist Brian Travers- 
Smith bid $10,500 for an Emily 
Carr painting at an auction here 
and tought off stiff competi¬ 
tion from outside dealer*. Mr. 
Smith explained following his 
successful bid that the picture 
"was for a private citizen in 
the cdty who wishes to remain 
anonymous at thi* time." Bid¬ 
ding on the painting, titled 
Spring, opened at $5,000. 

MOST ACTIVE 

The seoond highest price of 
the evening went for a La wren 
Harris work titled Upper Hum¬ 
ber River. A dealer paid $5,000 
for his work by a member of 
the Group of Seven. 

Other Group of Seven works 
were a painting by J E. H. 
MacDonald which brought $1,900 
and A. Y. Jackson which sold 
for $1,400. The majority of the 
sale* were below $100. 

The most active bidding came 
from half a dozen dealer* and 
a private collector from Van¬ 
couver. 

Auctioneer Wlif Lund sold the 


same Emily Carr painting In 
1964 for $2,100. He said the total 
Tuesday night "was $50,000 for 
just under 200 paintings." 

: The sale had something for 1 
| everyone and covered most of 
the varieties of artistic taste. 
At one point, Mr. Lund jumped j 
back when one of his assistants! 
struggled with a valuable paint- j 
ing by a member of the Group ] 
of Seven. He turned to the 
crowd and quipped, "He does 
that, and he knows I have a 
weak heart.” 

IN COMMAND 

The dealers were in complete 
command when the major 
works were on offer, and save 
for the Emily Carr took away 
the best material. 

Lund's Auction staff had been 
(oolleriing material for the sale 
over Ihe past six months, and 
have sent catalogues and recei¬ 
ved mailed bids from as far 
away as Montreal. 

Apart from the deadly serious : 
business of bidding on the top 
works, *the crowded salesroom 


Chateau Concept 
Desirable 
Says Backer 


I enjoyed plenty of fun with a 
[wide variety of paintings and 
I pastels. 

It took almost three hour* to 
| dispose of an entire collection, 
with the longest bidding on tha 
more inexpensive paintings, 
j While it seem« possible to get a 
painting for every small outlay, 

| Mr. Lund advises his custo¬ 
mers, "The days of the real bar¬ 
gains are over.” 

It is probable that tha 
majority of hi* customer* disa¬ 
greed. 

TWO 

MAYNARDS 

AUCTIONS 

TODAY 

10 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. 

Including 

Houaehold Furnishing* 
and 

IMS CADILLAC COUPE DE 
VILLE 

1963 VAUXHALL 
1951 CHEVROLET SEDAN 
j 1967 FORD STANDARD — 

• cylinder 

19M DODGE V-f Automatic 


The concept of a retirement 
home for eidenly people seemed 
too good a Hung for Victoria to 
lose if there wes a possibility 
of saving It, Logan Mayhew, 
3515 Beach, said Tuesday In 1 
County Court. 

He was giving evidence in the 
trial of Lerite MiUin of Van¬ 
couver on three counts of frdtid. 

Miliin had pleaded not guilty 
to obtaining by fraudulent 
means from Nick Shewchuk 
$5,100 and 160 flares of land in 
a transaction involving two 
■hares of abode in BHP Invest¬ 
ments. 

SIMILAR COUNTS 

Ih tivo similar charges, the 
prosecution also alleged that 
MiUin obtained $5,000 for one 
■hare from Donald Fischer, and 
$2,500 for one htlf tevxre from 
Jennie ZaMo. 

Mr. Mayhew said he had put 

up most of the money involved 
in the Chateau Victoria project, 
on the basis that If some units 
could be sold there would be no 
problem with subsequent financ¬ 
ing. 

Miliin, he said, had described 
himself as a Baptist minister 
and missionary executive. 

Mr. Mayhew had put up 
$30,000, some of which had been 
used to pay back taxes an land 
purchased near Esqulmalt 
Lagoon. 


After the property was fore- 
cloeed, he had put up $10,000 
and later an additional $5,000 on 
options to repurchase the land 
for $86,000, and hand It over 
to the company. 

Donald Joseph Frank Fischer, 
28, 95 Crease Avenue, said he 
had met Miliin through a friend 
in April, 1965, and had been 
offered a share for $5,000. 

DOUBLE PRICE 

He asked for time to check 
ml think it over, but was told ! 
the price would double when « 
construction started, “any day 
now." Each share, he was told, 
would be worth $40,000 when 
construction was completed by 
that Christmas. 

He had given Miliin a post¬ 
dated cheque for $ 1,000 and then 
invtatigated. 

He had found a mortgage 
against tha properly, and that 
no money had been deposited 
with Montreal Trust. 

LAWYERS' HANDS 

He asked Miliin about this 
land Miliin had said the maney 
jfrom the units was in the hands 
of the lawyers, and the matter 
would be straightened out 
shortly. ' 

Mr, Fischer said he believed 
him, and later obtained $3,000 
from his father toward the cost 
of the ihare. 


KILSHAW8 

1115 Fort St. 

AUCTION 

Large consignment and estate 

FURNISHINGS 

RUBS 

■ad 

APPLIANCES 
FRIDAY at 7 p.m. 

Modern 2-pc. Chesterfield Suites 
Occasional Chairs 

HI0E-A-BEDS 

Twin Beds, and Bedroom Suite* 

Ml. DINING SUITES 

Maple Dinette sets, Chests and 
Dresser* • Portable Stereo Play- 
era, Movie Cameras, etc. 

S Portable TV Beta 

RUBS 

Deepfreexe — Refrigerators 
As new Inglta Automatic Washer 

j For the Saanich Police 
Dept. 

L M BIC YCLES 

Chins glassware and bric-a- 
brac collection of old English 
78-rpm Records, Plano- 
A cspaclty sale for your la- 
spectioa. 

KILSHAWS 

AUCTIONEERS LTD. 

384-6441 

1115 Fort St. 

For your sole or cash 
guaranteed appraisal 
call KILSHAWS 






















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Thundering sea and house-high spray stirred up by storm at Ross Bay 


—Ralph Th* 


Liquor Rise for Schools , Welfare 

New Profit No Profit 


By IAN STREET 
Legislative Reporter 

New profits from higher B.C. 
liquor prices, over and above 
the amount needed to meet the 
boost in federal excise taxes, 
will help pay Increased educa¬ 
tion and welfare costs. Premier 
Bennett said Wednesday. 

He told a news conference the 
B.C. share of the price increase 


-i- rocghly equal to the federal 
tax increase — was not a tax 
but an increased profit margin. 

"Liquor i n this province 
doesn’t pay half the costs It 
creates in additional services 
like policing, institutional care 
and social welfare,” Mr. Ben¬ 
nett said. I 

'T think people punish them¬ 
selves when they smoke and 
drink.” The premier added, in 


* * ★ 


Local Bonds 

Suggested 

For Schools 


School boards which wish to 
build more classrooms than 
the government considers es¬ 
sential should sell $100 bonds 
to individuals and larger ones 
to local companies to raise 
the necessary funds. Premier 
Bennett advised Wednesday. 
★ * * 

In cases where this is done 
’'within their own school dis¬ 
trict” and bonds are sold at 
an effective yield of 6% per 
cent, the premier told a news 
conference, the government 
guarantee and sharing for¬ 
mula would apply. 

"It's up to school boards In 
Vancouver or Greater Vic¬ 


toria or any other areas to 
sell the people on the need for 
more classroocans,’’ said Mr. 
Bennett. 

"If they really think the 
government is being too tough 
in its judgment of what is 
essential construction to meet 
an immediate need, then the 
people should be wtiling to go 
out and raise the money 
themselves.” 

★ ★ ★ 

The proposal amounted to 
something like the Victory 
Bond "war loans,” the pre¬ 
mier said. He was asked if a 
yield of 6% per cent was 
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it it It 


Growing Food Fund 
Hasn’t Any Takers 


A B.C. scheme to provide 
food for the hungry peoples 
abroad never got off the 
ground because world relief 
agencies won't use it to buy 
food surpluses fcom this ffov- 
Ince, Premier Bennett said 
Wednesday. 

★ ★ ★ 

The fund, which slatted out 
in 1960 with a government 
donation of $50,000, is “intact” 
end has grown larger through 
earning of interest over the 
years, Mr. Bennett said. He 
refused to say how large it 
had grown. 

“We have made offers to 
Ihe world organizations on the 
basis that it would be used 
for B.C. product* — our 


powdered milk, for example,” 
he said, "but we haven’t had 
any organizations which would 
do that.” 

★ ★ * 

Mr. BcmsK outlined ths 
status of the food fund — for 
the first time in such detail — 
after Skeena NDP member 
Frank Howard said in the 
Commons earlier this week 
that B.C. had embarked on a 
"grandiose scheme” for feed¬ 
ing the needy people of the 
world. 

Mr. Howard complained 
that Premier Bennett mean¬ 
while had refused to partici¬ 
pate in a federal-provincial 
scheme for admitting disabled 
immigrants. 


an aside to reporters: “Out with 
the cigarettes!” But the only 
person smoking was W. C. 
Budd. the premier's executive 
assistant. He kept smoking. 
IMPORT BOOST 
Price increases, effective 
Wednesday morning, added 35 
cents to the price of a bottle of 
hard liquor and 20 cents to 
every half-bottle or mickey. 
Domestic and imported wines 
were boosted by five cent* a 
bottle and champagne went up 
15 cents. 

Domestic beer and ale went * 
up five cents for a dozen pints, 
but imported beer and ale were 
raised 10 cents. Liqueur prices 
were raised 35 cents for a 
standard bottle. 

CASH RESTRAINT 
Mr. Bennett was asked 
whether the price increase 
would be inflationary, at a time 
when the government was re¬ 
questing all sectors of the 
economy to show restraint. 

"I always understood In¬ 
creased prices stopped sales,” 
the premier retorted. 

And when asked if he was 
trying to stop people buying 
liquor, which for the current 
year (before the price increase) 
was expected to put more than 
$43,000,000 into government cof¬ 
fers, Mr. Bennett replied r "No, 
but I'm not trying to increase 
sales, either." 

PROHIBITION OPPOSED 
In reply to another question, 
suggesting that if the govern¬ 
ment thought drinking harmful 
it should get out of the liquor 
business, the premier said: 
“I’m opposed to prohibition, 
because that would just lead to 
bootlegging.” 

After making his comments 
about how liquor and smoking 
"punish” people, Mr. Bennett 
added: "This is a free country. 
People have the right of choice 
within the law.” 

He pointed out that percen¬ 
tage increases in taxes were 
reflected in costs, and were 
usually greater ati the retail 
level. | 

‘EVERYTHING TP’ 

"That's ordinary merchandis¬ 
ing,” Mr. Bennett said. “But 
the coats of advertising in 
newspapers, radio and TV have 
gone up more in the past few 
years than liquor has. Every¬ 
thing has gone up.” 

On the question of possible 
saving on liquor* imported from 
Britain, because of devaluation 1 
of the pound, Mr. Bennett said: 
■‘I don’t think they’ll ever come 
down.” 

FREIGHT RATES 
What B.C. gains from devalu¬ 
ation may be lost on Increased 
excise taxes and freight rates, 
Mr. Bennett said. He added, 
however, that if savings ma¬ 
terialized in some brands of 
imported liquor, they would be 
passed on to the customers. 

"It will be recosted when 
(new stocks! come in, ff that is 
the case,” the premier said. 


121 Massacred, 
41 Cong Quit 


SMGOIT (UPI) — Forty-oae Vfet"Cong, in¬ 
cluding the entire 33 members of a. guerrilla platoon, 
turned themselves In to Sooth Vietnamese authori¬ 
ties Wednesday in what was reported to be ihe 
largest mass defection of the war. 

The defection followed, but was not related to, 
a savage guerrilla attack on a civilian village in 
which at least 121 men, women and children were 
slaughtered with flame throwers and band gren¬ 
ades. The attack was described by American of¬ 
ficials as the worst civilian bloodbath of the war. 

The defectors led U.S. troops to an arms cache. 

The guerrilla massacre of civilians was in ap¬ 
parent reprisal for the village’s refusal to supply 
the Viet Cong with recruits, American officials said. 


Santa Awaits 
Sinterklaas 


AMSTERDAM (U P I T — 
Sinterklaas flew to Canada 
Wednesday to call on Dutch 
immigrant families following 
his traditional three-week gift¬ 
giving visit to The Nether¬ 
lands. 

The white-bearded bishop 
from sunny Spain and his 
servant, Black Piet, will 
spend six days in Canada, 
visiting hospitals and chil¬ 
dren’s homes and talking with 
newsmen. 

★ ★ ★ 

The patron saint of Holland 
and of the city of Amsterdam 
will meet his "opposite num¬ 
ber,” Santa Claus, who does 
his gift-giving on Dec. 25. 

Sinterklaas — today Is his 
official birthday — said he 
would try to persuade the 
Canadian Santa Claus to be¬ 
lieve in the Dutch St. Nico¬ 
laus. 

★ ★ ★ 

The bishop — some people 
said he looked like prominent 
Dutch actor and author God- 
fried Bomans — ran Into 
another traveller at Schipbol 
International Airport: Dutch 


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Waves Pound 
Shorelines 


Rampaging winds punched Vancouver Island 
Wednesday for the third time in less than a week. 
They caused more than $100,000 damage to seaside 
homes in Victoria, and blew the roof off a Campbell 
River apartment block for the second time. 

A 96-mile-an-hour gust was recorded at 3 p.m. 
at Campbell River. About 150 feet of temporary 
roofing was shorn from Seaview Apartments leav¬ 
ing five suites open to wind and rain. The roofing 
was installed Saturday after Friday’s storm carried 
away the original roof. 

Weather officials offered little prospect of res¬ 
pite as new storms lined up outside the Island's 
door. 

Several houses in Campbell River also lost their 
roofs during the height of the storm Wednesday. 

Saratoga Hardest Hit 


VWi 


I 


i 


. Maw householder; la the toffin 
reported basements flooded, 
with the worst hit area 12 miles 
south, at Saratoga on the mouth 
of Oyster River. 

High tides flooded basements i 
with more than a foot of water. 

The Malahat, hit by snow ear¬ 
lier in the week, was reported 
clear late Wednesday night. 

Concrete walls crumbled at 
Cordova Bay, two boathouses 
collapsed, and thousands of 
square feet of lawn area dis¬ 
appeared when towering waves 
smashed ashore. 

Winds gusted to 67 miles an 
hour and were not expected to 
ease for at least another 24 
hours, the Victoria weather 
office said. 


fptvrr aod communication 
lines throughout the Greater 
Victoria area were felled, and 
at pres* time some outlying 
area* *till lacked power. 

Air Canada cancelled all 
flights between the Island and 
mainland after 9 ,a.m. Wednes¬ 
day. B.C. Ferries were forced 
out of action for the rest of the 
day after a ferry had difficulty 
landing at 5 p.m. at Tsawwas- 
sen terminal. The Nanauoo- 
Horseshoe Bay service was able 
to continue operating. 

Several homes were expected 
to go without electricity or 
telephone through the night and 
early this morning, until repair 
crews could catch up with the 
hundreds of reported failures. 


Weathership Held Up 

The $12,000,000 weathership Some homes were left stand- 
CCGS Vancouver, which left ing less than six feet from the 
Victoria Sunday morning, stiil fury of the sea. 
had not reached her post at Sta- "These are the most severe 
tion Papa, 900 miles west of i results I have ever seen," said 


here, late Wednesday. 


resident George Roes. “It’s a 


Foreign Minister Joseph Luns. 

They exchanged wisecracks 
until Sinterklaas asked Luns 
whom he considered the more 
important, the bishop or a 
cabinet minister. 

★ ★ * 

"Undoubtedly Sinterklaas,” 
said Luns. 

"Thanks, said St. Nicolaas, 
and handed Luns the tradi¬ 
tional ohocoietter to mark the 
occasion. 


Day-Off Cost 
‘Too Much’ 

OTTAWA (CP) — A Deo. 
S* Boxing Day bo H day for 
federal civil servants wan re¬ 
fected again Wednenday in 
the Commons by Revenue 
Minister Benson. 

Beeson told Richard A. Bell 
(PC—Onrletoa) the holiday 
would cost M.MS.SSS to *5.- 
OM.flOO, ‘‘which I think Is too 
much.” 


District marine agent Larry very grim picture.” 

Slaght said the Canadian Coast Air Canada and B.C. Ferries 
Guard vessel was battling 85- officials said they hoped to be 
mile-an-hour winds and heavy able to resume services some- 


seas. 

She had been expected 


time today. 

At the height of the storm 


arrive at the sea post Tuesday plate glass windows at Stelk's 
morning, and Mr. Slaght said Hardware at Hillside and 
he did not know when she would Quadra and Western Agencies, 
reach her destination. " 2019 Government, were blown 

The B.C. Pilotage sent out a in, spreading glass inside the 
request that deep-sea ships pair . _ . 


up outside Victoria, to save the 
pilot boat crews a number of 
trips to sea. 

In the Cordova Bay area, 
high tides were boosted by the 
strong southeast winds to cause 
severe flooding and destruction. 

Eric McMorran, 5109 Cordova 
Bay Road, estimated damage to 
the 47 properties in the area to 
exceed $100,000. 

"It's one of the worst storms 
I’ve ever seen,” he said. 


Continued on Page I 


Premier 

Jaunty 

Returning to tit jaunty old 
self, Newfoundland's Premier 
Smallwood display* right ay* 
still somewhat puffy after op¬ 
eration last week to repair 
detached retina. Premier ex¬ 
pects to be out of hospital In 
Toronto shortly.—(CP) 


Steel Hike 
Rapped 
By Johnson 

WASHINGTON (UPI)—Presi¬ 
dent Lyndon Johnson urged steel 
and other U.S. industries Wed¬ 
nesday to "refrain from avoid¬ 
able price increases” to avoid 
spiralling inflation. 

His admonition 'cather in a 
prepared speech befoim.a U.S. 
business council. 

"Voluntary restraint has made 
involuntary curbs unnecessary,” 
he said. "This is the way it 
should be done. Thts is the way 
it can be done—if business and 
labor meet their responsibili¬ 
ties.” 

He told both sides that "it 1* 
your economy — your jobs and 
profits we need to protect." 

Aid Pledge 

UNITED NATIONS (CP) — A 
total of $26,270,340 — including 
$1,200,000 from Canada — was 
pledged Wednesday by 33 coun¬ 
tries for the relief of Arab refu¬ 
gees in the Middle East in 1968. 


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toppled cement retaining walls. 

“The storm carved a new ★ 

shoreline,” said Kenneth War¬ 
ren, 5065 Cordova Bay Road. Secot 

Some log retaining walla were Local New* 
carried out to sea, and two 
boathouses collapsed after water Coartp °om 
swept away their foundations. Sports. 



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Courtroom Parade ..._1* 

Sports.2*. 11, 11 


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Crossword __ 47 

Bridge ........._48 

Comics... SI 


Cash Eases Hungry Christmas 


Christmas k a mother’s 
eyes shining with the knowl¬ 
edge that her children do not 
have to wake up hungry and 
pretend that Dec. 25 is just 
another day in the calendar. 

This was the way Mrs. J 
felt last year when the 
Colonist 500 Fund cheque for 
$30 arrived just before Christ¬ 
mas, at a time when she 
herself was be ginning to doubt 
(he magic of Christman. 

"It was heartbreaking,’' she 


wrote, “to see the wietful way 
my little girls eyed the food in 
the stores, too hungry to think 
about dolls or toys.” 

★ * * 

Mrs. J jc raising four lints 
girts on welfare, a titanic «a4c 
for a woman with little 
education and poor health. 
She had given up aU hope for 
a joyous holiday when the 500 
Fund cheque arrived. 

“I aln afraid I splurged a 
tittle," whm admitted, “but 2 


thought the happiness they 
would receive from some little 
gifts would make the food 
taste better.” 

* ★ ★ 

Mrs. J said she had more 
food in the house at Christ¬ 
mas than at any time in the 
two years since her husband 
deserted her. 

"I can only thank God for 
such wonderful neighbors as 
those people who made this 
passible,” she said. 


Donations may be made h 
the downtown area at the Avi 
Rent-a-Car offices at 80 
Douglas, where there k plent 
at parking. 

Donors may also mail o 
bring their gifts to The Dail 
Colonist at 2631 Douglas. 

AM proceeds from donation 
go,directly to the 500 famdi* 
chosen by looad welfare ages 
cies. 

Latest list of danatoor 
appears on Page 3, 




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