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VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1968 


Strachan Dropping NDP Reins 


Three 

Likely 
In Race 


raised in & home where the 
politics were Conservative, 
who came to Canada at 1? and 
worked first as a laborer and 
then at his chosen trade of 
carpenter before entering 
politics. 


the formation of the first B.C. 
credit union in 1939 and his 
weekly newspaper column 
written in Powell River during 
the 1941 provincial election 
campaign. 

His arrival in B.C. in 1935, 
however, is etched olearty in 
hia memory. “I left Alberta 
where I worked In a camp 
cutting railroad ties and the 
snow was six feet deep. I saw 
Continued on Page t 


“In the next election we'll 
make it," he says, with quiet 
conviction. 


Strachan. “But I want the 
first NDP government in B.C. 
to have a majority and I think 
under my leadership we might 
have been a minority govern¬ 
ment. 

“I believe this change (in 
leadership) will give the 
wbole party the impetus it 
needs to move into a majority 
position." 

Robert Strachan is the son 
of a Glasgow shoemaker, 


By Legislative Reporter 

Robert Martin Strachan 
wrote has own political epitaph 
Friday. It reads: “I saw the But when the NDP does form 
promised land; but I never the government of this prov- 
F>t there." ince? if it does, he wants the 

Mr. Strachan, who government to have a 
announced Friday that he majority, 
would not accept renomination “I’m of the opinion that if I 
an the leader of the New had remained as leader we 
Democratic Party next April, could have formed the next 
fcs nure of one thing. government,” says Mr. 


He can't remember now the 
precise moment when he 
became a socialist, but he 
thinks k may have resulted 
from his studies that lead to 


Strachan 


Trudeau Warns: 


Powderkegs 
At Home 
Big Worry 


of the New Democratic Party is being predicted in the 
wake of Friday’s announcement that Robert Strachan 
won’t seek renomination for the post next spring. 

Mr. Strachan, who turns 55 in 
December, said he believed that 

with the NDP on the verge of I ” "'f 

victory in the next election it I 

was time to step aside for a ‘ 

younger man who would keep ' 

the party in power for the next W 

20 years. «L 

He will support whoever the » iRgHa 

convention — scheduled for Jr 
April 11 In Vancouver — 'vC 

chooeee as the new leader, but * \ ~ V jggjtf 

inchoated he would take no V .1 

active part In the campaign . J M 

during the next five months. T, 

j John Laxton, provincial presi- ' j jffl y ' | 

dent of foe NDP, 


MIAMI (UPI)—President-elect Richard Nixon 
and defeated opponent Vico President Hubert Hum¬ 
phrey demonstrated the unity they both are pur¬ 
suing for the U.S. by meeting here for half an 
hour Friday. 

They both stated afterward that they would 
work together “for the national interest,” and 
that “we’re still good friends.” Foreign policy was 
one matter discussed. 


KINGSTON, Ont. (CP) — Prime Minister 
Trudeau said Friday night he is more worried about 
the possibility of large rebellions in Noith Amer¬ 
ica than he is about any overseas problem. 

“In my scale of values, I 
am less worried about what 
will happen over the Berlin 
Wal than about what might 
happen In Chicago or In our 
own great cities," he told 
cbeerkng students at Queen’s 
University. 

He had been asked by one 
of the 1,500 students at a 
q u estion-and-answer session 
whether Canada will decrease 
its commitments to the North 
Atlantic Treaty Organization. 


later ccn- 

¥7’ • "1 ¥ • firmed that a Friday afternoon 

ivn/v IA AO meeting of the caucus of MLAs 

III 11 11 I 11 ~ ^ and the provincial table officers 

w xavatasvu of the party had agreed on the 

convention date, btit said so far 
no one had declared themselves 

RTER, N.C. (UPI) I Crusaders. They marched into can todstee for the leadership. 
Uce and sheriffs the welfare budding Friday to GUARDED REPLIES 
tsar gas Friday to I protest, *»• departments direst „ . 


Berger 


Probe Alarm 


An unidentified Negro girl was 
reported injured when she fell 
out a second storey window dur¬ 
ing Hie melee. 

Pratt Williamson, • local 
Amend director who observed 
the incident, said the girl fell 
when she tried to drop a window 
screen on a deputy standing on' 
the ground. It was after that, 
Wkbamson said, that poboe 
lobbed tear gas into the building. 


Trudeau replied that civil¬ 
ization and culture in North 
America is more menaced by 
Internal disorders than by 
external pressure. 

Hi said he feels 


In Sweden 


Southern 


James Barrow, 

Christian Leadership Conference 
official, charged police gave 
billy chibs to several local 
whites to help drive the children 
out, and used chibs themselves. 
But Williamson said he saw no 
chibs. 

He said authorities “showed a 
lot of restraint’' In ejecting the 
children. 

The children, ranging In age 
from 9 to 14, call themselves 
Martin Luther King Nonviolent 


very 

strongly that disorder and 
racial strife in U.S. cities 
"may seriously lead to large 
rebellions." 

Tnideau ,ald that if there 
are . .real riots and the 
beginnings of civil war In the 
U.S. in the next half dozen 
years, they might overflow to 
Canada and link up with 
underprivileged people such 
as toe Indians and Metis — 
Continued on Page 5 


Soviet 

Troops 

Desert 


Royal Rehearsal 

One day, if he becomes king, Prince Charles, 20, 
will become head of Church of England. Next week 
he plays part of parson in Erpingham Camp, put on 
by Cambridge University classmates. Heir to throne 
borrowed collar from tutor.—(AP) 


• Commonwealtii Trust cas 
meet obligations. Page 11. 

• Financial records shown 
In ROMP probe. Page IT. 


Williams 


Lawyer Alex Macdonald, 50, 
MLA for Vancouver East and 
deputy leader at the NDP for 
the past three yean. Is not 
.likely to be a candidate for the 
leadership toough Ms name is 
often mentioned in connection 
with tt. 

The party president also paid 
STOCKHOLM (Reuters)' — tribute to Mr. Strachan. He 
Five Soviet soldiers said to be said: “I think ha (Mr. 
hiding in Stockholm after de- Strachan) has served tots party 
serting Warsaw Pact occupation extremely well in a very 
forces in Czechoslovakia want dtiXiciit time and has provided 
m ' to travel to Canada or toe a very stable and aokd base 

£1 United States, a Swedish man from which the party, fm 
« W fw I I who is sheltering them said Fri- convinced, will now be able 

^ ^Mt kJ KJ day night. to spring into office.” 

The man, Hans Almaborg, Attorney General Leslie 
said the soldiers— 1 who have Petersen, M i red to comment for 
been here for a week—would the government in the absence 
Mia SpHler brake down as turn themselves in to Swedish 
sentence was passed. authorities today. 

A week earlier, she had sat The soldiers were among 10 
Impassively while the ctxrt wss who deserted their unit during 
told bow she stale the money the occupation of Czeoboslova- 
oyer a five-year period begin- kia, “shocked and demoralized 
rang in 1964 and promptly blew at tha response of the Csecho- 
it on luxury living and expen- Slovak people,” Almaborg said, 
siye gifts to friends and acquain- The five entered Sweden via 
tonces. Austria, Switzerland and Den- 


A high-ranking RCMP official 
was criticized by Attorney-Gen¬ 
eral Leslie Peterson Friday for 
causing widespread public 
anxiety with an announcement 
that police had seized records cf 
35 trust and finance companies 
In B.C. 

“Too much was sudd in 
Ottawa by the deputy commis¬ 
sioner (Deputy RCMP Commis¬ 
sioner W, H. Kelly in a 
statement to toe Commons 
justice committee)," Mr. Peter- 
aon aaid, concerning the probe 
into the Oommanwesito group 
of finance and Investment com¬ 
panies disclosed Thursday. 


t Western newsmen gril¬ 
led la Ctiech protest. Page I. 


‘Life of Hell Suffered 


in Comfort’ 


PENTICTON (CP) 


“He (Mr. Kelly) created a blonde bank teller, who stole — 
goad deal of worry and concern and spent — $492,000 from the 
on the part of the public Penticton branch <rf toe Royal 
because of toe widespread Bank of Canada, Friday was 
appficaticn of this statement sentenced to three years in 
refe r rin g to financial difficulties prison. 

of 35 trust and finance com- Kathleen Ann Spikier. 26. was 
pasties. That is the unfortunate sentenced to concurrent three- 
part of it,” the attorney general year terras on a charge of theft 
said. over $50 from the bank and to a 

Mr. Peterson added: “There second charge of falsifying bank 
are no trust companies Involved records with intent to defraud, 
tn B.C. This created consider- She had pleaded guilty to the 
able -anxiety on the part of charges a week ago. 

Investors in trust companies In In sentencing her, Magistrate 
aH parts of toe province." Rasa D. Coflver aaid a deferent 
it it -k to others was toe most impor- 

„ ,.. tant factor he oonridered. 

Meanwhile, toe attorney-gen¬ 
eral said, a 10-man investigating 
team is going through a "tre¬ 
mendous volume" of d ocuments 
In a warehouse somewhere in 
Vancouver. The location is 
bring kept secret. 

The team consists of toe six- 
man RCMP commercial fraud 
squad, established 18 months 
ago in oonjwotfco with intro¬ 
duction of toe new B.C. Securi¬ 
ties Act, tone officials of toe 
B.C. Securities Commission, and 
an outside expert, chartered 
accountant Donald Gardner, of 
□arkson, Gordon and Co. of 
Vancouver. 

Any action under toe criminal 
code, which might or might not 
rentit, would depend upon the 
outcome of tote tpwwtigotton, 

Iff. Peterson atid. \ 


Mother Inspir 
Naked Fear 


LONDON (Reuters) — The mother of a Toronto actor 
Beared the pants onto a nude scene In a London theatre Friday 
night. 

Actor Louis Negin, 32, trod toe boards In white under¬ 
pants where toe script ol Fortune and Men’s Eyes calls for 
him and other actors to emerge naked from a prison shower- 
room. , 


Artist's sketch of Miss Spiller in court 


Negin opted far modesty after his mother, Doris Negin, 
60, flew here from Toronto whan she heard her son was 
appearing nude and playing toe part of a homosexual In toe 
play. 

"Put your pants on and stop embarrassing me,” shs 
told her ion In tha dressing room before toe show. 

Producer Larzy Parries said later: 

“We can’t change things around because of somebody's 
mtkher. Louis is in breach of his contract by wearing his 
pants." 


Bridge .. 
Cbarchea 


Crossword . 

Entertainment .. 
Financial News 


“New we have three problem* which 
sometimes causa annoyance to passengers— 
cigars, pipes and marijuana,” he said. “And 
some people get quite indignant when you tell 
-them smoking pot Is not allowed.” 

Mr. Lichigam said stewardesses are learn¬ 
ing to detect the peculiar odor of marijuana 
amoks. 


VANCOUVER (CP) — A spokesman for 
Western Airlines says a tew ol the company’s 
patrons have been flying higher than the 
company's Boeing 707 jetliners In recent 
weeks—on marijuana cigarettes. 

Wayne Lichtgam, manager of customer 
relations, said the sweet smell of marijuana 
has begun to appear in enclosed aircraft 
cabins when passenger light up. 


Garden Notes 


Said Negin: "I have had qualms since the play started. 
I never liked doing the scene naked but toe producers in¬ 
sisted.” 

And ha declared: “From tonight, I keep my puts cm," 


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From Four I 


GORDE 

HUNTER 


llilg (Solanlat, Victoria, B.C., Saturday, November 9, 1968 


Si R.' THIS TIME I'M REALLY 2 
GONNA TElLTHAT ANtJN CARP A 


are you there, 

MISSUS CAPP?, 


the green gras* and said this ■■ l HBBI|^PNIkN|IBNB| 

is the place for me.” 

He is a seH-educated man 
who passed his senior matric¬ 
ulation at the age of 28. To grow older, instead of 
achieve this goal he paid a becoming mare mefltow, I get 
university student who taught more angry and radioes.” 
him trigonometry and built a And so last Jufly he decided 
laboratory tor chemistry that he would step down as 
experiments in his basement, party leader in favor of a 
* ★ * younger man. 

It was in 1952, the year He rationalizes the decision 
Social Credit came to power, this way: "Not only must we 
that he won election in the be a party on the move but 

provincial legislature. Four we must appear to be a party 
years later he was elected on the move. We must not be 
leader of the NDP and has afraid of change end of 
remained Opposition leader revolution.” 
for the past 13 years . 

"I have been leader of the 
Opposition tor longer than 
anyone rise In the history of 
this province. I don't know if 
this is something to be proud 
of or ashamed of. 

“But I db know that as I 


The most heartbreaking was seat house are 32 Social 

in I960, when he says one Credit. 16 NDP and six 

week before polling day "we liberals. .There is one 
had the election won.” vacancy. 

The NDP didn't won but it * * * 

managed to pick up a httfle Now he says: “I don’t think 
ground in the 19G6 general anything can stop us from 
election and again in . the becoming the government.” 

series of 1968 byelections. But It will bf without him as 

Current standings in the 55- lender. 


He adds: ’There is com¬ 
pensation in being leader of 
the opposition, in being an 
ML A. After all, in ail this 
province there is only one 
opposition leader, one in 
2,000,000. Ysb, there’s only one 
premier, too. And I am 
disappointed.'* 


Un. 

RlCn4T, THEN. 
* I'LL CALL - 
BACK LATER 


Hobart Strachan can look 
back over tour pcfiitioal cam¬ 
paigns. The toughest of them 
all was the 1956 election. Ms 
first as leader, when the NDP 
had to fight tor its life and 
dropped from 14 seats to 10, 


Is The Yorkshire Growth Fund 
being coy? Playing hard to get? 


Century Downfall 
—Never Broke 80 


of Premier Bennett, said he I 
believed the darim by Mr. 

Strachan that the NDP would_ w ^ 

toon toe next government was I McGeer 
"a pipedream or a nightmare," 

"I know of lots of conflict and weekend gave a vote of confl- 
division within his party and I dence to their 68-year-old leader 
can only conclude that this Is Premier Bennett. ' 
the primary cause of Mr. Mr. Macdonald commented on 
Strachan’s resignation. That the age difference between 
was obvious last Session when it party leaden to the jxwtoce: 
became apparent that the only <1 thtok tt wdB be politically 
way to bring a degree of unity embarrutog fcf the Old Guard 
to the party was to have new remains in power in Social 
leaderdap. I napect tins was a Credit, and to that party only 
more valid reason for toe action The people are tookfrv tor a 
taken than the dream of a new generation of leadership 
socialist government in this and they ere entitled to expect 
province." * ft.” 

GOOD WISHES NO PRESSURE 

But Mr. Peterson also paid Mr. Strachan said he wanted 
tribute to toe Opposition leader to thank the thousands of people 
for his contribution to the prov- ^ over the province who had 
ince and said he wished him well 8* ven him support, 
in "his early retirement.” "They are the people who 

He added that he felt Mr. rn ® df ' ** worthwhile and 
Strachan’s retirement couM not Pt*s£We.” 
have been prompted by age — The Question preaoure from 
the NDP loader to only 55 while w** 1 * t h e party on Mr. 
Premier Bewiett is 68. Strachan to give up Ms job was 

Mr. Strachan was first elected COnfCT £°* 

to die provincial legislature to me * toK 

1952, the year Premia- Ben- ** made “■ trramCfr 

nett's Social Credit adminlstra- mCTlt ' 
tion came to power. He became No DRAFT 
leader of the opposition in 1956 "Anya* who suggests that 


certainly will be younger, 
following the liberal party’s 
choice of 41-year-dd Dr. Patrick; 

...-• as its new leader 

Sex:reds at their convention last 


B mmmm just about all weather. He 

locks back with some sadness 
on the fact he never managed 
to break 80 on any course, but 
IN just two months ago shot a 
fine 92. Competitive T Ask 
Uplands pro johnny Wren, 
who still gives him lessons 
fM tour or five times a year. 

ON ms 98th birthday Up- 
lands members threw a little 
party tor him and presented 
him with a gift from golf 
great Stan Leonard — a 
personalized putter, which 
licensed driver in the world now ranks as one of his most 
today, but he regards the prized possessions. He just 
automobile only as necessary mined capping that birthday 
evil —a means to get from celebration with a hofle-in-one 
one point to another. Sunday on the 180-yard 12 th when his 
afternoon drives are looked on tee shot stopped within a toot 
as a complete waste of time, of the hole. 

He has never drawn the line Sickness? 
against any feed, eating them "No, I’ve never had a 
all and being particularly fond serious illness, I guess I’ve 
of fats. A possible hint to the just led a charmed life.” 
reason tor Ms longevity might Eye glasses only for read- 
be contained in toe following: Ing, eight hours of trouble-free 
"MY MOTHER once toM Bleep a night, 
me to masticate my food — Wotid Arthur Thompson 
never let my stomach do what have done anything different 
my mouth should do. I’ve as he locks back on nearly 100 
beep a slow eater ever since.” years of iiving? 

He has been retired from "I WOULD like to have 
toe Bank of Montreal (man- been a good athlete,” he says, 
ager) for toe past 36 years "I played hockey and la- 
end has resided here since crosse, but not very good.” 
that time. Up until two years Not very good, but dusty, 
ago he managed to row his musty record books show he 
own boat in the waters near was good enough to play on 
his Ten Mile Point home and interprovincial hockey champ- 
thought nothing of a six or ionstup teams In Montreal in 
seven-mile paddle. 1891, '92, ’93. 

Hobbies? Anything, as long The interview was over too 
os it’s outdoors, ■non, but I should have 

"I DON’T LIKE playing expected It. Arthur Thompson 
cards — I don’t like any has to be up and doing and as 
indoor games. The outdoors fa I was putting nut of toe 
my life." Uplands parking lot, he was 

He disdains motorized goM striding briskly to the first tee 
carts, pulls Ms own and in — where the aotton was. 


HIS walk is ram-rod 
straight, the handshake firm, 
the laugh, which comes easily, 
is full-throated and infectious. 
He carries 170 pounds on a six- 
foot, two-inch frame and toe 
world is his oyster. 

He manages an average of 
four, 184ioie games of golf 
every week of the yew, brews 
his own beer, bake* his own 
bread arid drives his own car, 
a 1946 Chev coupe with 45,000 
miles cn toe ottometer. 

Nothing very unusual about 
the foregoing, except that on 
June 30 next. Arthur Thomp¬ 
son will be 100 years old. He 
is, by my calculations, one of 
the most amazing men in toe 
wrdd. 

ARTHUR T HOMPSON, 
member of Uplands Golf Club, 
surely Victoria’s moat active 
senkoc citizen and yet, when 
Arthur Thompson was a child 
back in Montreal, his parents 
were told to get him out into 
the country air because of his 
sickly health. 

It Is rather obvious, then, 
that somewhere along the line 
Arthur Thompson discovered 
his own personal fountain of 
youth. I reasoned there must 
be something in this discovery 
that could be passed along to 
the rest of us whn would 
indeed like to live as long. 

"MODERATION," he told 
me, "has been my goal in life. 
I’ve never overdone any¬ 
thing.” 

He has never bothered with 
hard liquor, but loves a bottle 
beer — one bottle, two on 
special occasions. He gave up 
smoking 40 years ago (a 
pipe) because of a bout with 
tonsillitis. 

HE MAY weB be the oldest 


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SESSION LEADER 

He said Friday that he wfll 
continue to lead the NDP 
through the arerton that begins 
Jan. 23, and when a new leader 
is chosen wai remain aa an 

MIA at least as long aa toe_ 

present term of the legWattve 
assembly rims. 

Next spring he wML lose Ms 
$15,500 a year salary aa Opposi¬ 
tion leader and get 38,000 a year 
like all private members. 

"I have tt> pfcme but In toe 
pest I have never had any 
trouble finding something to 
do,” Mr. Strachan said. ’Tm in 
the best ot health end I’m 
looking forward to having more 
time to travel anxnd toe 


c raffle Party/’ said Mr. 
Strachan. "The party is more 
impotent than any Individual 
and my feeling at tola time is 
that I am mW nxy party best 
by taking «M« atop." 

Mr. Strachan said he would 
not acnept a draft to remain 
leader of toe party aa ft goes 
-.j next election, which 
isn’t expected to bo oaled for at 
i least a year. 


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at the accused and ha reform*- | 
tion and rehabilitation. 

He sdid he had concluded that 
the public safety factor was not 
involved in the case and that 
toe deterrent and punishment 
factors were more important 
than rehabilitation. 

Referring to an earlier sub¬ 
mission by Mr. Herbert that his 
client had lived a life of heU 
because of ha actions and that 
she was virtuaSy parties*, the 
plenty of magistrate raid: 

J "The luxuries which have 
pressure on a sustained her in toe he* she 
1 " >. Or there may be child — all of these are herself created indicate that If 

I’ve dtiosied before, Such discord in the family which the Important in letting a child she suffered, she suffered in 
cMldren are ureter some irawr child may not actually aee but grew up without tensions that comfort." 
com pulsion to be doing some- atm can sense. he, relieves by nervous quirks, premeditation 

thing, not necessarily construe- There may be nervouress So analyse the household and Rew-tk* a lor a aus- 
tive, all the time. because of a feeling of being In your youngster’s environment. fnied sentence Mmatrate 

Where to draw toe line competition wtth other children And I would not think k amiss Qoltva said "tooarceratton 
between hyperactivity and toe in the family. Or parents may to sea what your doctor thinks ixobation fe proper" 

various nervous tensions under not hava the kfftek of express- about medfoaticn tar hyper- because toe degree of premedL 
which a child may be iaborfog lng affection and a child feds activity, if that happens to enter tafton Involved to the c ate was 
is a hard question. Perhaps insecure or unloved. this case. sutwtantial. 

————- - - — ~ "The possibility that she 


fven letting ram toxe aome m. uses zz ——— can form a hair ball in toe 

to ^ K k r P *“* mlnd M stomach, and in extreme cases 

pu ‘ U "*J” ^ this *ere isn’t any line. Perhaps may have to be removed aur 

. M ^ <*nd 1 thtok it is a fair gically. 

habit, if k ia a haMt. . hypothecs) these nervous But if you break one habit 
VV's-n. th. "Quirks seldom if ever can be what’s to prevent aome other 

lip chewring, and otter quirks Some of the possibilities, * * * 

that cMldren acquire — and so however, can be such toings as Security, regularity of 

do adults. undue pressure on the child activity, affection, l' 

it it i r such as the parents expecting sleep, reasonable discipline but 

Sometimes such children are too much or exerting too much not executive 

hyperactive, a problem that discipline. 


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U.S. Cautious on Proposal 


Mideast Peace 

Seems Far Off I Thieu Lead Doubted 


SAIGON (UPD—U.S. troops for the second straight day 
sweeping through Communist pounded an area where the 
strongholds on two sides of enemy was said to have 
Saigon killed 83 Red soldiers massed 60,000 troops for an 
in the heaviest fighting near attack. 

the capital since the bombing--—--—- 

halt began, military spokes- 1 

men said today. 4 1 # 

American infantrymen \ AWIT11M 
waged a running battle for 7% /jlVl J illlvttf 
hours in the Mekong delta v.£w 

40 miles south of Saigon and Tn # NEW iWM*" 

reported killing 51 Communist ^ DENTURE 


erai U inant aemea rnaay tnat was omy natural mat tney namese president Nguyen Van North Vietnamese representa- lions soon between President side" formula. 

U ^. P ^f Ce a tal ^. Were # t .^ ces8 ® ry to Thieu's proposal that his gov-live at the talks, rejected J o h n s on and President-elect This permits United States 

with the departure of the Egyp- return to their capitals. ernment take over the leading Thieu's plan for expanded peace Richard Nixon, officials said. and South Vietnam to comprise 

yJSrX, "S; /TEf ^^ary-general under- role on the anticommunist side talks. * * * one side of the talks while North 

Isters from New York Qty. But stands that they will be avail- i n the Paris peace talks. "We agreed with the United Vietnam and the National Liber- 

It appeared ttiat the next round, able to Ambassador Jarring, ei- . States that there would be four Nixon and Johnson are expect- at i on Front form the other side 

If any, would take place in Eu- trier at the United Nations head- delegations,” Thuy told report- ed to meet soon and representa without arousing difficult ques- 

quarters or elsewhere, when- The only official U.S. com- ers. “If the United States and tives of the president-elect have tions of protocol. U.S. officials troops- No U.S. 

Mahmoud Riad, the Egyptian ever he has something new to ment came from presidential Saigon want to be one, K’s their already begun to work with sky this, dres not involve the were reported, 

minister, and Abdul Mnem report and to discuss with press secretary George Chris- problem. But in that case there Johnson officials to prepare for recognition of any party. In hvo other clashes Friday 

Rifla'i, the Jordanian, were in them.” tian who said “President would be three independent the transfer of power in Janu- north of Saigon, American 

Cairo and Amman consulting Both Riad and Rifa’t had with Thieu’s proposal of oourse will delegations.” ary. * * * infantrymen and armored 

with their governments. Abba them the latest memorandum ^ considered." And the state * ♦ * Officials say the need for a The South Vietnamese govern- cavalrymen killed 32 Cnm- 

Eban, the Israeli foreign minis- from Israel relayed through department said U.S. Ambasaa- meeting is urgent so the out- ment has balked at negotiating munists. U.S. losses were forr 

ter, remained in New York Qty Jarring. It dealt with a chief <*»■ Ellsworth Bunker in Saigrai n>e new turn in the dead- going and the incoming U.S. with the front, saying such ac- dead and eight wounded, 

and said he would hold a news issue in the negotiations, recog- would be in touch with TWeu locked efforts to get the Paris president can agree on objec- tion could be used as pretext to In Tay Ninh province bord- 

conference Monday. nition by the Arabs of perm a- with a reply. talks going with both the South tives in relation to Vietnam. gain recognition of the front as ering Cambodia west of Sai- 

Ai.i. turpi. nent boundaries with Israel- In However. U.S. and Soviet dip- Vietnamese government and the Thieu’s proposal raised the a political entity. gon. American B52 bombers 


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“An independent Newspaper 
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By RICHARD JACKSON, Colonist Ottawa Bureau 

" S you can »ee, she'* a lot The advertisement, by the 
•* *- better looking than I, and time Pat* St. Pierre got around 
she could be smarter too,” to cancelling It, had cost him 
beamed Paul St. Pierre, fresh- 542.50. but he figures it the best 
man Liberal MP from B.C.'s Investment he's made since first 
Coast Chllootln constituency. climbing Parliament Hill for 
He was gazing, as he spoke, s °P en i n 8 °f fhe new 

with unconcealed approval at , 

the fair face and fetching figure For * e Glri it brought 

of hla secretary. him is * Jewel, not only 

And so he should. guttering of beauty upon which 

For she Is a stunner. gloatingly gaze but sparkling 

And if she's half as smart as <* “I** 1 * 1 *■*»* retired 

*e is good-looking, she ought to f a naU V accomplished pan. 
be top brain in one of those Hamentaxy secretary. 

Harvard "think-tanks” instead 
of Girl-Fridaylng it for a newly- 
arrived MP. 


ev*r» mot iini tnqK Monday by Tha 
Cokanta* PubUsban Limbed, at 301 Du us la* Slraai. 
Victoria, at AuUuriMd aj aecuod daw mail by 
tha Port Office Department, Ottawa, ana fur pay¬ 
ment of poalaga In caW Ail undelivered capita ta 

t ny notice* rei pec ling change* o/ addrew are to 
f iff" 1 , t0 ““ * bov * addreaa Member Audit Bureau 
0! Circulation* 


RICHARD BOWER 
Publisher and Editor-In-Chief 


SATURDAY, NOVEMBER I, IMS 


Defence Debate 


hpHERE IS AT PRESENT being waged a sometimes 
■i. vitriolic controversy over the relative value of 
ship-borne and shore-based aircraft as effective 
weapons against the submarine. 

Actually, it seems pointless, because the argu¬ 
ments on either side — mainly confined to Great 
Britain are built about a condition of affairs that 
existed in the Second World War. And that is more 
than 20 years ago, which is a very long time indeed in 
the evolution of weaponry in whatever element. 

This is what they are saying, in effect: Look-out 
and cover against enemy submarines is best taken to 
sea with the convoys, in small carriers or in anti¬ 
submarine surface ships equipped with helicopters, as 
Is the case in the Canadian navy. 

The other side contends that this argument is 
destroyed by the fact that in the Battle of the Atlantic 
shore-based aircraft sank 281 submarines compared 
with 52 by ship-borne aircraft. 

Neither side is convincing. In the first place the 
Royal Navy did not use carriers for convoy duty until 
three-and-a-half years after the commencement of the 
Atlantic campaign. So there is no simple method of 
determining the relative effectiveness of a sea-borne to 
a land-based arm. 

With today’s sophisticated weaponry the choice is 
even more difficult. 

One thing is fairly self-evident: the old methods of 
combatting submarines by killer escort groups belong 
to the past. The United States nuclear-powered strike 
submarines of the Shark class, for example, have an 
underwater speed of (an admitted) 35 knots. There is 
every reason to suppose that potentially unfriendly 
powers have vessels of the same capability. They could 
therefore out-run most conventional surface defences. 

Moreover, long-range aircraft with air-to-surface 
missiles could deliver their strike and retire without 
exposing themselves to retaliatory action except by 
surface-to-air missiles, and should, therefore, enjoy a 
considerable advantage over naval forces. Only 
by aerial interception could they be frustrated. 

So perhaps it would be wise for the Canadian 
planners to reconsider their ocean defence role. The 
United States and Russia are concentrating more and 
more on carrier and undersea weapons. 

For that matter, who is to say there will be 
convoys to defend in any future war? 


Paul St. Pierre’s decorative 
treasure had been around Par¬ 
liament Hal gome seven years, 
and by the kick of the election 
— her Comer bora, a cabinet 
minister was among the cas¬ 
ualties — rtie happened to be at 
liberty. 

With all ttiat experience she 
knew the Hill score, what 
phones to ring, what levers of 
power to pull, what deputy 
ministers to roust, what mem¬ 
bers of the cabinet to hound and * 
*11 the rest of the who, where, 
wby, what, when and how of 
helping her MP get action on 
his parliamentary and even 
political problem* 

Secretaries have had a 8 pee 
cent pay increase since Paul St. 
Pierre’s advertisement ottering 
the 54,800 post of Jill-of-aB- 
parliamentary-trades. 

Which means they start at 
55,088 and go to a top of 16,254 
plus whatever sweetening the 
MP himself cares to pop Into 
the pay pot. 

of Western riding, wiling to 
undertake assault on natitnti ★ ★ ★ 

phone system dally and Pariia- For that money, the secretary 
labyrinth almost does all the usual office chores, 
houity. should be smarter than dictation, typing, answering 
MP but not bossy. Abo must be phone* plug B fct of 

prepared In be fired within assignments peculiar only to 
weeks or months tor reason* parti ament HSU. 
not yet thought of. Applicant S he can aspect to .rawer his 
■hcukl have pleasant ra-armer mail — well and Intelligently, 
but age, appearance, marital with all the right answers to 


How he came to get so lucky 
in the secretary department —■ 
and no single segment of 
parliamentary office equipment 
is quite so important to an MP 
as the gal who answers his 
phone and rum his electric 
typewriter — Is a tale worth 
telling. 

It’s also a tribute to an 
imaginately inventive n e w s- 
paper mind, tor Paul St. Pierre 
before going political and 
coming to Ottawa, "did his 
thing” In the editorial depart¬ 
ment of The Vancouver Sun. 

He was the author of one of 
the national capital's most 
a 11 e ntton-grabbing classified 


SS? 


‘I mean, WE’VE got everything they have now —higher 
salaries, career opportunities, violence, riots ...” 


Washington Calling 


Remedies for Campaign Spending 


In Korea 


Red Threat Persists 


available. The networks hide hours at maximum viewing, cumvent the prchibRion 
behind the equal-time provision There is nothing, Hoving said In direct corporate giving. C 


I Beg to Differ 


Low Rating of the Common Cold 


Public’s Influence 


we have books called, "How to out how medically dated I My are ^ -mud, forefathers. 

Make A MUBon,” and “How To My peers, however, are not so better. Ihew same fellows who Just ** we 
BuiH The Taj Mahal In Your dumb. A cohort announces he rallied round when Good Old — they ai 

Backyard." So why not stane- has been smitten, right before Jones announced he had the flu intendents” today 

*** a ^J7 m 70 our very eyes, with some kind — and tried manfuHy to drown workers — they ai 

Enjoy The Common Gold? 0 f flu and the sympathy flags bis flu bug for him — merely engineers” — so 

I bring this up at this time are immediately hoisted. edge away, saying, "You’d the common cold, 

because I feel the common cold, better go home. If you stay lankly, I think 

and those who suffer from it, * * * arowid here you’ll spread|k> mjoy w 

needs upgrading. For some B y the time his anxious 
reason, duiwgrecent years, the buddies have shipped him home 
good o*d-fa*4cned common cold is practically a basket case, 
ha. had to take a back seat to ma( inly because one of the beat 
mm* ailment, as the Ariaflcflu lnti(!k , Kes for kind flu * 
and that mysterious thing ^ ^ 


anwn. « « v uua . _ . _ ... .. . "iy ^fe screamed. Then she AM I have to do to i 

im* But “*** ** miiar display said. "What do you mean ignorance and with 

occasionally catch a common scerkl « ™ to deatt,? have a virus, or 

cold. ^ I told her I had a cold. depending on wfcich a 

Lttt. 1 CMnC d ° Wn “That’s too bad," she replied, higher glamor ratim 

* * * wt* this ailment. "But as my mother has the flu time. 

v«. imw; ,**«» t „ You k™**' what 1 mean ~ * and your daughter has a virus I 

... . , , stuffy, aching head, toe sniffles, won’t have much time to look * * * 

teUcw starts sneezing and chi)) 6i the works. Perhaps if I after vou ” __ T ,_ . 

Shaking and snuffling in the h*,} K~, n «vinkiw nuirklv T yOU ' Then I too will be 

office and finally announces he woukl have announced I had a * ***'" in bed. 1 began with tender loving cai 
has a virus. fli to even ta ^ 

r. , . , “?*_, Du about 4Ms treatment. Hiere was that is really asking tt 

l • kne when a fellow wit. . suppose, even of a vi 

^ common edd was a somebody. Du. 

^ Mongdia. People fussed over him and The one thtog that 

^ But "°- 1 mere] y announce ^ve Mm hot <tointa, tortifted in from doing tins fat 
laviate the virus on&ition. that I have a cold and am going |, generous manner, and gen- honesty, either. It 

eraly made sure he would that if I did armounc 


Then, after he has paraded home 
his virus tor all to see, he My 
disappears homewards, not to b\ tt 
be heard from for about two ^ve 
weeks. boM 

But no one ccmplain*. "Poor anytl 
old Smitoer* has got a virus.” catct 
toe word goes. you 

The flu is much the same, Its says. 
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Executive Meetin 


Leadership, Rebuilding on List 


From OP 

TV* 25-member executive 
committee at the Progressive 
Conservative party will hold 
Mb first poet-election meeting 
in Ottawa Nov. 23 and 24. 

Party President Dalton 
Camp will act as chairman of 
the meeting. He stepped down 
t e m pararBy as executive 
chairman last fa* during the 
Conservative leadership cam¬ 
paign and convention. 

Informants said the execu¬ 
tive wffll deal with at least 
tour major topics: 

• Provision for 
machinery for regular review 
of the party leadership. 

• Date for the next 
annual meeting. 

• Timing of a poficy 
conference, expected In the 
spring. 

• A post-mortem of the 
June 25 efeotion in which 
Constrvative a to wigtli in the 
Co m mon s feB to 72 seats 
under Robert Stanfield from 
97 after the 1965 election 
under former prime mfcntater 
Diefenbaker. 


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2265 ARBUTUS 


From CP, UPI 

Two Caribou cargo planes are being sent to 
Lagos to distribute relief supplies in Nigeria but 
they probably won’t get there for two weeks, 
Prime Minister Trudeau told the Commons Friday. 

Meanwhile, on« Canadian 
Hercules is in Lagos and is 
expected to return* to Canada 
ahortiy and a second, which 
has made 11 relief flights into 
Biafra, now is grounded on 
Fernando Poo, an island off 
the Nigerian coast. 

A defence department 
spokesman said the second 
Hercules has been grounded 
because Nigeria withdrew a 
guarantee of security on night 
relief flights into Biafra by at¬ 
tacking the UH airstrip. 

A Canadian Press report 
from Biafra said the Interna¬ 
tional Red Cross, under whose 
banner the Hercules is flying, 
resumed relief flights Thurs¬ 
day night after a onenight 
suspension. Hie defence de¬ 
partment here said, however, 
that only a reconnaissance 
flight was made Thursday 
night. No supplies were Gown 
to Biafra. 


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A poky conference was 
originally achedided tor this 
fail but, again, the election 
intervened in the planning. 
Stanfield has suggested that 
one wil be held in March or 
Apr*. 

Hie election post-mor t em 
may r»t ba much more than a 
one-minute silence. Dis¬ 
cussion on this topic is mors 


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Two yean ego this month. 
Camp used the question of 
leadership review to force a 
convention which overthrew 
Diefenbaker. 

But once Diefenbaker was 
unhorsed, the subject of 
making periodic leadership 
review part of the party 
constitution was quietly 
d ro pp ed . 

One par ty authority aald, 
however, that the question 


BUILDING SUPPLY CENTRE 


From CP 

Transport Minister Paul Hellyer flew back to Ottawa from 
Vancouver Friday, after B.C. council of carpenters made 
the following proposals to "get us going in the housing Geld:” 

• Flat 6-per-cent mortgage rates on new homes, 
reverting to market levels if the original owner decided 
to sell; 

• Mortgages as long as 30 years to a maximum of 
$18,000; 

• Separate mortgages on lots which could run to 50 
years; 

• A 3-per-cent commission for real estate agents. 




All flights were suspended 
after a Nigerian attack on Uli 
airstrip hi which at least five 
Biafrans were kffled and two 
Scandinavian relief workers 
injured. 

Meanwhile tn London, Prime 
Minister Wilson pledged the 
continuation of British arms 
supply to Nigeria when he re¬ 
ceived Chief Anthony Eoa- 
haro, Nigerian information 
minister end special ambas¬ 
sador from Nigeria’s federal 
leader Maj. - Gen. Yakubu 
Gowon. 


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Relations 

More 

Strained 


The carpenter brief suggested the 11-per-cent building 
material sales tax could be used to subsidize the 6-per-cent 
mortgage interest rate. 

The brief stressed that the “very real crisis" in housing 
affected about 50 per cent of the population and immediate 
steps were necessary. 

The suburban municipality of Coquitlam returned to 
problems faced by "bedroom communities" that were raised 
earlier by the municipality of Surrey. 

Coquitlam had sufficient municipal land to develop 
about <500 building lots, but not the money to proceed with 
the development, said Aid. J. W. Gilmore. 

Meanwhile, the "philosophy of the bulldozer" was 
evident to a member of the federal task force on housing 
when he and several other commissioner* flew over the 
Greater Vancouver area In a helicopter. 


Britain's arms contracts 
with Nigeria were completed 
recently and Wilson was re¬ 
ported to have assured Ena- 
haro Britain was prepared to 
continue the arms flow. 

Back in Ottawa, an external 
affaire spokesman sand Ni¬ 
geria appears to have mis¬ 
understood Canada’s motives 
in past attempts to play * 
humanitarian role in the Ni¬ 
gerian civil war. 

A Canadian Press report 
from- Lagos Thursday that 
Nigeria-Csnada relations had 
been shaken by Canada's atti¬ 
tudes reflected views based 
largely on Nigerian mSsundec- 
■tanting, the spokewnan said. 

When External Affairs 
Minister Mitchell Sharp dis- 
ouaeed raising humanitarian 
needs of the Nigerian war at 
tiie United Nations in Septem¬ 
ber, some Nigerians got the 
idea Canada wanted to raise 
the poiticel issue b et w e e n fed¬ 
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From OF 

Opposition Leader Robert 
Stanfield said Friday federal- 
provincial relations are ait 
their lowest ebb In 15 years. 

He told m news conference 
in Winnipeg that federal-fro- 
vincial meetings have been 
inflammatory and suggested 
the governmen t 's policy ooukl 
be the first indication of 

"hard-line federalism." 


Dr. Pierre Dansereau, an ecologist from the University 
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in Canada, and developers had paid scant heed to topography 
and vegetation in their projects. 

"a is obviously cheaper to bulldoze an area rather than 
account for nalural features, and developers across Canada 
have proceeded on this basis," Dr. Dareiereau aaid. 

He said development which takes the natural landscape 
into account must be instituted. 


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Biafra also apparently got 
the same Impression and sent^, 
a message of thanks to 
Canada. 

The misunderstanding was 
heightened by a misinterpre¬ 
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the Nigerian press and Bi¬ 
skra's reaction. 

In Biafra, there has been 
no recurrence of the episode 
earlier this week when the 
UB-Ihiala airport was at¬ 
tacked by air-to-ground 
rockets from a Nigerian jet. 

The airport is at Umuahia, 
the last major city stUl held 
by the Biafran rebels. 


From CP 


when the General Assembly 
votes on the Issue next week. 

• Noting that Monday is 
the 50th anniversary of the end 
of the first Work! War, he 
asked MPa to reflect on "the 
minute distance which man 
has advanced In the last half 
■century toward the goal at a 
warless world." And he point¬ 
ed out only two MPs are First 
War veterans — Fort William 
Liberal Hubert Bad&n&i and 
John Diefenbaker, 


H eni tide week’s federal- 
provincial conference in 
Ottawa eould only strata 
relations. 

"Federal-provincial rela¬ 
tions must be more strained 
than when X started attending 
this type of conference in 
1956.” 

He said this week's federal- 
wouid attack the roots of 
national unity and would 
increase economic inequality 
In certain areas. 


World affairs of present and 
past brought Prime Minister 
Trudeau to his feet twice in 
the Commons Friday. 

• Asked about Canada's 
position on CMna, he said 
Canada has reached no con¬ 
clusions yet about diplomatic 
relations with mainland China. 
He also said Canada will ab¬ 
stain on the question of ad¬ 
mitting Peking to the UN 


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Monday or TVieeday. 

It would take them seven 
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with good hick. 

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Ottawa’s behavior at the recent federal- 
provincial conferences here is an affront to the 
socialist principles Prime Minister Trudeau 
holds, in used to hold, Harold Winch (NDP- 
Vancouver East) told the Commons Friday. 

Speaking in the budget debate. Winch re. 
called Trudeau helped to write Social Pur¬ 
pose far Canada, a book published in 1961 
that gave "a Socialist analysis of the future 
of Canada.” 

Trudeau argued the future of Canada 


“Hes clearly In cooperation” between the 
different levels of governmoit. But, Winch 
said, at the conferences, Ottawa said to the 
province*: “This is it. Take It or lump ft." 

The government had taken a dictatorial 
attitude and the proyincea had gone home 
“with strong feelings of disappointment, dis¬ 
illusionment and heartbreak." 

It had done more in the last few days to 
impede imderstanding of what is involved In 
federalism, and national unity “than anything 
else that fans happened in many years," 1 


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Canada had been moved by "But we don't want to estter 
a gencsrxa spirit alter the the OAS if we are to be >wt a 
Second Wtarid War to fry to do reploa of WMtdngton,” ha 
peacekeeping chores and said and atudenta greeted the 
alleviate atarvetion every- oosnment with cheera. 

whe ”' * * * 

Bi* he said, -our resources At m 

are not a* big a. our hearts/* *7 fee g£^ 

h h h ment hopes to inatil new 

The government we* tayfc* better financial 

to orient foreign policy into canttT * i nto the Q siipatiy of 
areas where Canada could get Young Onodta n s, fee frd- 
Bonie leverage. It wanted to erafiyeponnored organization 
intensify political, cultural , ** 1 * c * 1 t*** Y 0 ** 1 * P*°P* * bk> 
and eoaxxnfc relations with to hrip fee wider- 

Latin America where poverty privileged, 
was appalling. He aaid ha hopes fee com- 

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Western Newsmen Get 
Grilling with Czechs 


Nature 

Lures 

Juniors 


The Intermediate Motion 
of the Junior branch at the Vic¬ 
toria Mature! History Society 
will meet at } :M p.g). today 
at Douglas and Hillside lor a 
Held trip to the upper falls at 
Goldstream Campsite. 

If the weather la bad, mem¬ 
bers will go to the auditorium 
at Francis Park, 


PRAGUE (AP) 
vakia'a interior ministry 
Inounced Friday night that 16? 


Caechoslo-^oW to report back to police,laid down their Uvea for the] Nov. 17 la International Stu- 

freedo m of toetr country and denta Day and toe appeal Kid 

I - the length and form of any 

The appeal .Id toe march strike . Wd ^ gulded by ^ 

Rnd concrete political situation." 

art- Meanwhile, the office of press 


an-1 Monday. |f ‘ ... 

The Interior ministry said that freedom of thought, 
persons were taken into custody during toe tfomoMb-ation, So- The j 
Thursday tor anti-Soviet demon- let flags were pulled (town and "could I 
straticmi in Prague, Bratislava, burned and anti-Soviet slogans general student strike' 
Brno, and Oeke Budejovice. were chanted. called on all university 

It was toe fir* public ac- menta to set up strike c 

kowledgment of the demon- t J tees which will meet 

Strattons and that they had an !WU , mpt J “ 01086 arrested Tuesday to deckle on fi 
anti-Soviet character. In **** released, but that some of tails of toe demamtmtim 
Prague, thousands of young peo- cdtei have toe character 
Pie took to the street* to bum 01 criminal activity and will be 


Stables and ahowrings will 
soon disappear from the Cedar 
Hill Ot» Road grounds of Vio- 
tnna Riding Academy to re¬ 
appear, hopefully, on a 24-acre 
farm on Blenkinacp Road near 
Royal Oak. 

Academy manager Don Cariey, 
said Thursday, the academy 
was to have moved from toe 
municipatiy-oamed grounds by 


Soviet flags and were met by pa3 * ed on to toe proseciMor." 
police and soldiers who used Student leaders from five de¬ 
clubs, tear gas and water can- partments at Prague universi- 
non to break up the demonstra- appealed during the day for 

bans, a Nov, 17 demonstration In | 

EIGHTEEN HOURS 11101,10,7 ° f “ ali 5tudenta who 

The interior ministry, In mak¬ 
ing the announcement 18 hours 
after demonstrations In Prague 
ended, said they were organized 
and carried out “by irresponsi- 
ble groups of chums,” who 
Dade “fairly serious provoca¬ 
tions.” It gave no breakdown of 
the number arrested In each 
oity. 

Meanwhile, Czechoslovak de¬ 
tectives seised and ques ti oned 
for several hours Friday seven 
Western reporters and carrvere- 
mm who had witnessed Thurs¬ 
day's anti-Soviet demonstrations 
in Prague. 

ALL 8EVEN 

All seven were later released 
but their entry and etost visas, 
which they need to leave Czcb- 
oslovakka or to move about the 
cotaitry, were kept They were 


Negotiations are underway fee 
the Blenktasop Road property. 

The academy hai cperalsti on 
the wedge-shaped 10-acre cite 
next to Upland. Gttif Club tonus 
September, 1348. 

Oak Bay bought toe property 
three yaan ago and it to ex¬ 
pected k sU be used for a 
housing subdivMon and exten¬ 
sion of Henderson ftork. 

Mr. sod Mrs. Ctiriry have op 
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Miss Victoria Relaxes 

Three of the 26 misses seeking Miss Canada title 
in annual pageant being held in Toronto relax while 
unidentified employee of sponsoring Singer Co. 
plays bit of cool piano. Miss Victoria Pam Gillan 
is in centre, with Lynn Woods at Western Ontario 
at left and Vancouver’s Sheryl Wiksyk at right 


On Monday tHb club will hold 
Its last hunter trials on toe 
Cedar HU Cross Road property 
at 11 a m. and continue through 
the afternoon. 

Mr. Gariey k expecting many 
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Frank Crosby of Sooke was H JR I 

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BALTIMORE (UPI) — Nine] 
Catholic anti-war demonstrators 
aanvkted 


of burning draft 
records in a protest against the 
Vietnam war Friday were sen-! 
tenoed to federal prison terms i 
from two to SV4 years. 

Chief federal Judge Roszel 
— imposed sentences 


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^ after listening to nearly four 

hours of impassioned argue- 
A 1 ments from ‘The Catnnsv«e 

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*- 1- The nine pacifists could have 

received sentences of 18 years 
I? ««1 Ones totalling 522,000. All 

r nr 1 .III I in were convicted on three counts. 

PROUD OF THEM 

____ „ Thomsen, in Imposing sen- 

BOST ON (U PI) — Former trace, declared: "None of you 
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day the sentences of the defen- have reiterated your previously 
dents in the anti-draft conspi- declared conviction that you are 
racy trial of Dr. Benjamin proud of them.” 

Spook and three ethers const!- Sentenced to 3H years each 
tuted cruel and unusual punish- were Rev. Philip Berrigan, a 44- 
«nont. year-old Josephite priest, and 

Goldberg filed a brief in the Thomas Lewis, 27, a Baltimore 
U.S. Court of Appeals on behalf artist Both are already serving 
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chaplain of Yale University. ^ blood draft records in 
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J The Committee was formed 
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Sathl (Colonial. Vicforio - B C -- Saturday, November 9, 1968 


jPart of Hijacking Case 


Charges Dismissed 


— Charles sions Court set Nov. 15 for hear-'ings at which the defence may 
of Dallas, in R the voluntary statement of offer evidence in an attempt to 
Beasley after freeing him of have the charges dismissed 
charges of armed robbery, for- without a trial, 
cible detention, possession of an ^ ^ , ccused o( ^ 

had offensive weapon and endanger- nl}f> , ed the hijackin£ of a 
four of eight counts dismissed *ng the lives and security of the Saint _ John N.B.-Toronto Vis- 

passengei S. r'xmt tnrhnnrnti Airr-raft when 


MONTREAT, (CP) 

Lavem Beasley, 22, 

Tex., charged in 
with an attempt to hijack an Air 
Canada aircraft Sept. 11, 


TO BE OUR GUEST 
AT A 

FIRST SESSION 

OF THE WORLD FAMOUS 

DALE CARNEGIE COURSE 


WASHINGTON (U PI) — 

Campaigns began in the U S. 
Senate and House Friday to 
junk the Electoral college 
system under which a candidate 
majority of the 


Friday. 

Judge John O'Meara in Ses- 


Nixon Margin 
.26 Per Cent 


can 

popular votes but still lose the 
presidential election. 

House Democratic whip Hale 
Boggs of Louisiana announced 
constitu- 


Caneer 

Coffers 


he will introduce _ „_ 

tional'amendment to abolish the 
179-year-old electoral system 
and have the president elected 
by direct popular vote, with at 
least 40 per cent required for 


Enjoy the fellowship of “Move Ahead, Get Ahead" 
people. Have fun, but—-fun with a purpose! 
Learn why the Dale Carnegie Course has, for over 
50 years, successfully trained people in all walks 
of life. Discover how easy it is to participate In 
Dale Carnegie training! 

Both Men and Women Invited—No Coat or Obligation 


election. 


Sooke Stages Ltd. wish to announce 
that commencing Tuesday, November 
12th, 1968, the point of departure in 
the City of Victoria will henceforth 
be located at the corner of Humboldt 
and Pen well Streets; one short block 
East of Douglas on Humboldt. 
Sooke Stages Ltd. is a wholly owned 
and family operated Company and 
service, and has previously enjoyed 
satisfactory arrangements with the 
Vancouver Island Coach Lines Ltd. 

A. R. MONTGOMERY, 

President, 

SOOKE STAGES LTD. 


Nixon with 43.36 per cent of all 302 electoral votes, Humphrey 
votes counted and Democrat 191 and Wallace 45. A total of 
Hubert Humphrey with 43.10 per 270 electoral votes are needed to 
cent. win. ■“ 

The tabulation, Issued- Friday tabulation wa« based on 

afternoon. Included results from s ™ e from T' 

approximately 98 per cent of all NeW ? „ El * ctwn SU A PP i 

polling stations, me ^ ed $ trom ^ 

oiat-od Press bureaus where 
It shows Nixon with 30,721,046 there were independent tabula- 
votes, Humphrey with 30,-jtions which the bureaus consid- 
434,689 and American Inde-lered accurate. 


THEN RUNOFF OTTAWA (CP) - The Cana-j 

If no candidate received at dian Cancer Society collected i 
least 40 per cent of the popular $5,543,638 in its 1968 funds cam- 
vote, a runoff election would be Paign, $105,000 more than its ob- 
held between the two leading jective, the society’s annual 
vote getters. campaign meeting was told Fri- 

Boggs’ proposal was identical 

to a plan first suggested in 1966 The meeting set an objective 
by Sen. Birch Bayh (D-Ind.), of $5,793,200 for 1969, a 6 l 4-per- 
chairman of the Senate judi- cent increase over this year’s 
ciary subcommittee on constitu- objective, 
tional amendments. Bayh said i Provincial totals for the 1968 
Friday his panel would begin!campaign were: Newfoundland 


Tues., Nov. 12 
7;30 p.m. 
Empress Hofei, 
Victoria 


Paekwood Sees Victory 

4 

As Morse Hopes Die 

PORTLAND (UPI)—RepubH- gave him a gain of onl; 
can Robert Paekwood Friday votes, 
claimed victory over Sen. Wayne Paekwood, 36, held on 
Morse (D-Gre.), in Tuesday's 3,400-vote led with only t 
•lection. scattered absentee ballot 

Morse, 68, pinned his hopes mainlng to be counted. Th 
on a strong showing from ab- official vote count was 
sentee ballots In Lane county, wood 404,763 and Morse 4C 
but these were dashed when the Paekwood will be the Sej 
complete absentee returns there youngest member. 


Presented S> 

Leadership Training Inst 1 tut. 
P.O. Bax IMS 
Victoria, B.C. 

smm 


DALE CARNEGIE 
Founder 


changes in (he election system. I Yukon Territory $501,216. 


Introducing 
the Volkswagen 
automatic stick shi 


MURSERY & 

35&*^^garden center 

This Long Weekend — Visit Victoria’s Largest 
and Best Stocked Nursery! 

WE ARE OPEN SUNDAY and 
REMEMBRANCE DAY 

10 A.M.-5 P.M. 


DOGWOOD 

White Wonder, weeping, 
flowers B” across. $050 
Each . O 


Lace Cap, blue, something 
different . . . but $j|95 
nice! Each .. ^ 


TREE 

ROSES 


Including 
Troptcana, 
Burnaby, Pink 
Peace, etc. 
No. I grade. 

less 

Each O 


HEATHER 

Snow Queen, white blooms 
all winter 94 SO 

Each .... I 


s a stick shift 


Chinese Chestnuts 

Large, edible nuts. $ 795 
10-ft. trees. Each .. ■ 

Nice Shade Tree, Too 


Apricots 

Blenheim, 

Moorpark. 

$o»o 

Eads Q 


Why it’s automatic 


It's a stick shift because it still has a stick you can 
'Shift. 

So that means if you're the kind of person who 
likes to shift for himself, you can. 

The Volkswagen automatic stick shift gives you a 
choice: you can drive it the lazy way (see left) or, 
whenever the old sports car bug hits you, you can start 
out in low and take it through the gears 1/2, 3, just 
like a regular slick shift. (And get some pretty lively 
acceleration doing it.) 

The Volkswagen automatic stick shift is available 
as^ optional equipment on the Bug and Karmann 
Ghia. . 

Why not take it for a test drive? 

You've got nothing to lose, l\js/l 
■k except a clutch. 


First of all, it doesn't have a clutch pedal. 

Second of all, even though it still has a shift lever, 
you don't get to shift it very much. 

When you want to go somewhere you just move 
the stick shift forward. Then leave it there. You can 
drive all over town (even in stop and go traffic) with 
the shift in that one position and never have to touch 
it again. 

Out on the highway you shift into cruising gear, 
which is like an overdrive, to save on gas. 

And that's about it. 

Except there's a low for steep hills, snow or mud. 
And of course, a reverse for going backwards. 

But all in all, you don't get to touch the shift 
very much when you drive the VW automatic 

jflflI 

It drives you. (HShI 


DAFFODIL sj 
and Of 
NARCISSI Si 

BULBS ^ 

Dat chance to 
buy—SO varieties. 

AIL 10% OFF 


Now in bloom, 
SALE, each .. 


HYDRANGEAS 

Nice bushy plants. OQ* 


APPLE TREES 

Semi-dwarf, highest quality. 
IS varieties. $925 


Each 


We Carry IB# 
Varieties 
Local I v Grown 


Six Other Varieties Plums. 


From 


WHITE BIRCH CLUMPS 

10 to 12 feet high, beautiful 
specimens, 3 to $£95 
clump. Per clump -. ™ 


Lu Shan, beautiful pink, 
over 2 feet high. $450 
SALE, each. “* 


TREES-PLANT NOW! 


Laburnum 

Flowering Plum 
Fink Hawthorne 
Sumac 


Llquldamber 
Flowering Cherry 
Flowering Grab Apple 
Locust 


OPEN DAILY—8 a.in. to fi :S0 p.m. 

SUNDAY and MONDAY (Remembrance Day) 


K NURSERY I 

URDEN CENTER 

1-551 CEDAR HILL CROSS ROAD 


Halt Block West of Sheihoume Street 


GLOXINIAS 

IB Colors, start now for in> 
door bloom. Top CQ* 

■lie. Each. s#W 

LILACS 

Blue, wonderful fragrance. 
Budded plants. 5995 

Each __... w 



PEARS 

Bartlett, Anjou, Conference, 
{•year-olds. Gov’t Inspected 
to insure healthy $425 

CHERRIES 

Bing, Van 8am, Lambert, 
Royal Ann, Morello. Extra 
large 2-year-old $Q50 




BE WISE ... IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE! 






























Victoria, B.c, Saturday, hlovarntwr 9, 196* 


Today’s Dollar 


loronto industrials 


* Nat _ _.- - 

Oattb'p 

J KVi + 14 Outtaiion* In oteta unlaw isarkad I. 
. Mi 4 M »-Odd lot. ad—E*-dividend, xr-Ei- 
» fia J 1 ? * 1 * hu ' *»—*a-wai»anU. Met change li 
t IT + fc ™ rl wartas* boaiS-lot 


CROWN ZELLERBACH 


I TORONTO (CP) — Industrial. 12% 
ihtrei climbed to record level* ] 52.75. 
jin exceptionally heavy turnover. 

1.52 to an all-time hifh at 181.99. 
Western oils also were strong. 


'Hie Industrial index gained I Blue Chips Bought 

“"" ” NEW YORK (AP) - -ns 

«*•«! lpl!n „*b^ 

s £s 

- •«- » -«■ w-sia 

1*8.M, up 0.B4 ^ - ^ average advanced 8.33 to 958.98 

*»-*. up s .82 .*“} *»* «J*usliy large nutobe 

1MJS, up tte SSS SSSS 7* L mu' 1 ***** »«e than 10,00 

*. smsf. f - r-* -**«■» * 

Y ork zj. S S*JM* ~ 

kets “* s ‘ ocfc 

t*. n , western ode snd 

iicoatm nous mines, Dtxne Pete gained 7 to “j ®b”g« gf*g» 

SS W 88, Home A 2 to 33% end ifi:3W8fr£B*B 

jreim igft Hudson Bay Mining 1 to 74. gS 
JESTwJrf S\ D 7 n «*tT lost 1 to IS and tm*i omas. m JM; ntptaw 

ml ’U c * nadian sa P eTfcr * to57 - gs^srsKnPsffts 

H«££te R *‘ “ft Utica Goes Ahead Si.L'* d! - Gc 

N Amer Car 35% Sl*kt»r SU; Hudaan Bay I72i Id; Im 

N«th«n P.C M VANCOUVER — Strength in a g“ JJ* J*s » p« 

SSf%. 8S «!««« w * 8 VUfJSUS ft fin 

gJ’SJ’L,. Z®$ highlighted a busy sesskm. 
pS aS mm Utica added .49 to 2.99 and 
S™. 9S?" 1 Si Alwin mu up .17 at 2.00. Pacific 
mnip Mar 9m Asbestos was up .15 at 3-20 aa 
was Venus at 2.18. Buttle up .05 
Ptaush •• «t 2.8 and Trojan, up .02 at .57 
S2io < <Xv ta «m wwe among the more active 
Rwion sz stocks, ea was SQeurien up .06, 

Reoub^stea «M gt 43 Ten cent lo^g went to, 
g°yi dujcu "J* Churchill, Coast Silver, Celts, 
aSSj" 3TM Arctic, Highmcnt, Lyttan and 
SgJPSi w , ** NcrtWode. 
seou PkgMT &« Madfll made a new high c# 11 
s 2 J. < R 3 Sa to «‘«talnol% among 
»«u oe sia tnduArtali but H» w eak en e d 
•gr 5^ % to 21%. 
sEudue Cal TC 


- * Kta-tra ltd M0 

♦ » 99 Jt* IBS 

- 14 Erl. H m 

u Kxqulslta 7U 

+ M Fairbak u isa 
t 1* Falcon STM 
+ « Way lfHS 

~ w Finny in, 

P Panm. MSS 
u F Fra w im» 
" “ F*e Crain 3JJS 

. ^ FI.H BMM 

+ a Ftolwd so 
, . Ford data l» 
+ t FPE Plon lfiTS 
+ M Fraar- .* 

, ,, Frelman a* 
+ K Calt Ml Im 3SO 

„ Cm Bakar «W 

—» c«i Di.trti sae 
. „ G Dynam 

♦ * CMC 230 

... Clot, Ea A »' 
Xu Goodyanr 1« 

♦ * odywr p an 
. u o Mckay A *77 
+ * Grab lnd sno 

- GL Paper 345 

+ g GL Fewer 495 

♦ i GN Cap 135 IS 
fj? Ct W Life IBS 

G WSad 200AS 
+ » Grey hud 2«M1 
Guar Tr* 435 

. . Hand Chm *50 
+ 2 Hnd Chm A 10U 
Hardee 8*00 
Hard Carp ZOO 
_ . Hard Crp A 1440 
!. Haney i F 4355 
“ , HWood A 111 

_ i HWood B *13 

. u Hawker S S3B 
T 2 Hay. Dna 350 

T * Hind Dauc 71 

Ho Q* 3*»M 
_■> Heme B 7TS4 
T\ Horn Pll 1'MS 
; u H StnUh pr 3* 
_ U H Bay Co ITS 
HH Oil Gaa 3133 
A ju HB Oil G pr 80 
.. u Hudn<1 H tit 
+ 3 Huaky Otl T*4 

- u Huaky D • MU) 

Imp Life MI 

♦ M Imp Oil MS 

Imp Tub till 
+ 1 Income W 4M 
lor IM. wt l«t 

-to ?Wrr % 
to Acr wta MB 


Cloaa 

lie « {MMO-to MM 
. it Ad la Chaim HH 
J7 *3 Alcoa m% 

13S 41 Amer rUr n% 
a Amar Cm MS, 

44 4l Amar Urtm 14 » 
ll» . 4 Amar S A K S8M 

«t 4 s Amer I A T 54H 
•M - M Amp«* 34 

43 Anaconda StFi 

TO Avou 4411, 

130 4* BHI Howell SI 

■ 4 IS Beth 3Uel MM 

M 44 Baaing 53 M 

710 —u Rrletol Myera BM 
MO 4 38 Bronawlrk 1* 
Burrough» SUM 
70 -1 Celaneaa 74M 

1VJ 4 1 Crnana M 

Chea-Oblo 72 S 
MO 4 IT Chryaler SM 
M —I Coca Cola 71M 
US —IS Colum Best 9 

45 41 Comsat SIM 
B8 —6 Corn Klac 33% 
2i ■»« Coot Otl 75 
W +U Control Data 135% 

♦ }4 Crown Cork 78% 
MM — M Crown Zells 59 

i£ tl * lr 84 
”* +* . Dow Ch.ra 80M 
+.U Du Pont 170M 
—* Eaat Kodak TTM 
“ 7 * El Paao »% 
» ♦* Fairchild SIM 

Flreatona- SM 

2 +| mm 3* 

s ^ % 

j 3 ij SS SS* * % 

“• Oau Motor* STM 
S . General Tala B 
Ji j Genaral Tlra m 
i! Gillette EM 

Granby Mtnaa MM 
Zip O* Norther* aa 
^ Orummaa ISM 

, w, * Gulf Oil 42M 
van « Hom.etak* II IBM 
i HoneyweD U4M 

o Si land Steal IBM 

v. 4 .* I» Boa Marti XU 
a Inter Hare in 

5 War Paper »M 

IPO -a Int Tela Wl 
11 _ u Wk WI 

as _4 Jcnaa and L n< j 

us -* John. SCamr M | 
j$ 41 Faint Ahna ST* j 


■VROH La BAILEY 

Appointment of Byron L, Ballsy to 
tha position of regional salts mart* 
■pr, corrupted oontalnars, Is an* 
nounotd by Lyall a. Dagg, pnaral 
manager, peper products division. 
Crown Zeiierbech Canada Limited. 
In his nsw position Mr. Ballsy will 
be responsible lor marketing of 
corrugated products in ths Lower 
Mainland end Vancouver Island 
araoa in addition to serving the 
brewing Industry in ail of the com* 
pony’s market regions. Ht Joined 
Crown Zeiierbech In 1955 and has 
specialized in corrupted pock* 
oglng for 15 years. He will report 
to Douglas C. Hull, sales manager, 
corrupted containers. 


nv m ii 

8300 7311 TtO 
lainn son an 

MINKS 

4870(1 73 70 

23500 114 108 
S«M S3 31 

113700 303 ]s3 

18500 38 PI 

isaoo iu i« 
inaoo 43 4| 

13800 340 BS 
49000 7 5 72 

swo im 740 
3000 *1*M 15’ 

13800 15 1J\ 

U500 28 28 

1800 175 171 
8000 »JM 121 


lapBrtirt, Expsrters 

CAW I URUINT YOU 
m THE FAB EASTf 
Flying New. Ml to Takye, 
B. Korea, Talwae *ed 
Hoag Koag 

Will get prices, samples, etc. 
YXOTOBIA PRESS BOX US 


Banks Booming 

MONTREAL (CP) — The 
.market ovenoD prtoe trend 
posted Its beelftiiest pin Ms 


For a man with Sufficient bouse construction experi¬ 
ence to taka charge of the complete construction pro¬ 
gress. Preference will be given to the pereoo already 
m supervisory field or to the carpenter who is ambitious 
to upgrade himself and improve bis working stand¬ 
ards. Monthly salary. Year 'round employment, fringe 
benefits tor the right man. Please give details when 
applying, re experience, singla or married, etc. All 
replies strictly confidential. Send replies to 

Victoria Press, Box 170 


Tomes 

Texaa Oatt 

Tana bWr 1 
Tran. World 

Union CM 
Union an 
Ubkfc Par 

Un Aircraft 

Un Alrtinaa 
Tin Fro* 

Un UIII 

US Rubber 


week u bank Issues topped the 
sector's 1968 high. 

Royal Bank picked up % to 
23%. Montreal % to 15% and 
Provincial % to 9%. Nova 
Scotia late % to 24%. 

Among the mote active' 
■totes, Mnastij Tnrguarsi added 
1% to 22%. Marchs Union 3 to 


lato sa nr 

IV Group 
lav Grp A 


Grain 


B.Ct INSTITUTE OF TEfiMOLOGY 

Senior Reference Librarian lor technical and business 
library serving over 3.000 studante In engineering and 
medical technologies, business management, industrial 
education and vocational programs. Responsible for 
•election of reference and circulation materials, refer* 
•nee service to students and faculty, and library 
orientation services New buflding; LC classification. 
Degree from accredited library school and several 
yean expertenoe re q u ire d . Salary eommemtnte with 
experience. Please apply to: 

Tha Principal, 

B.C Institute of Technology, 

3700 WlUJngdon Arsnut, 


Dividends 


London Metal Prices 

Is sau te s Martins nr taw ta. 

Ocm Pm. Ctas 
rtassaa tea Ban 

W 49SM 4BTM 464 4S4U 


Ceiling Raised 
On PGE Stock 


Tbs British C olum bia govanv 
meat baa raised the ositing on 
dte govarammtawnad PaoBe 
Great Eastern Ratiwny capital 
•tote from 880,572,500 to 8U0,- 
572,900. 

In tefoct, it means the gov¬ 
ernment can pump $70,000,000 
more Into ths nte h re y by pur- 
te as teg its paper stock. 


fldway 


OPEN HOUSE 2-4 p.m 

3905 SCOLTON RD. 


Gold Prices 

LONDON (AP>—rrkMy* ekai 


— Osdbore Bay Wage — 

SATURDAY, NOV. 9th 

Modern Bungalow — 2 Bedrooms main floor 
PLUS 

2 Bedrooms and Play Area In basement 


• Mtn 
Data ult 


PUCE MiUUU 

May Be Sold With or Without Adjofadiw Lot. 83'xUI* 
at 87500 Extra 

For Additimal Information or Prior Viewing, Please O iH 
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8188 Oak Bay Are., “I* tha Village" 


OPEN HOUSE SAT m 1:30-4:30 


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MBS. PETEB8EN — Ml-tell 

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gatla fu lfil*!, Victoria, B.C, Soturdoy, November 9, 1968 ££ 


HARRY YOUNG’S Business Topics 


PRESTIGE 

GROUND FLOOR OFFICE SPACE 


INDUSTRIAL ZONED 

PK « ACRES 

J \ PAT BAT HIGHWAY 

SIDNEY 

WJ WATER AND 8EWER 

382-0621 

RON PAGE 

P. ft R. INVESTMENT ft DELEVOPMENT LTD. 


The news that Commonwealth I allayed as depositors demanding I those of the trust companies i the e o m p a n y 


says Norton 
Cooper, Seaway president. 


[Trust would be able to meet ail cash found their demands met. act. 

The later statement by the It was 
with I government's appointee to the overriding 
business! trust company, E, D. Peter made it dl 
[Stanley, left it quite clear that ment's a 


its obligations and continue in 
business was received 
sighs of relief i 
communities Friday. 

During Black Thursday there even without the backing of the Commonwealth Trust Company 
were fears that a run could federal government’s insurance to probe as deeply as he might 
develop on toe trust company fund, the liquidity of the trust have wished into the aub6id- 
offlcea that would cause ember- company Itself wae sufficient to iaries. 

rassment, but these were handle the situation. Investment officials in Vlc- 


NEON KEEPS AHEAD 
The consolidated nine-month 
earnings of the Neon Group of 
companies, but excluding those 
of Associated Helicopters (not 
acquired), were 


TEN MILE POINT — SEAVIEW 
2875 PHYLLIS STREET 
SATURDAY, NOV. 9 — 1:80 - 5:00 PJt 

MoJ9n ranch style bungalow, with native treed seclu¬ 
sion and lovely seavlew—adjacent to park with beach 
access. Spacious living room with fireplace. Three bed¬ 
rooms on main floor with two down. Extra vanity bath¬ 
room off master bedroom, large recreation room with 
fireplace. Double glazed aluminum f OC AAA 

framed windows. Price reduce to. 

With Attractive fleaieieg 
Mr. J. A. Tseng la attendance, SSfi-SITl 


ye« finally 
$1,778,000 (67 cento). A year ago 
Neon and its subsequently 
acquired associates made a net 
profit of 81,622,000 (61 cental in 
the corresponding period. 

Third-quarter earnings were 
$688,000 (25 cents) against 
$552,000 ( 21 cents) a year ago. 


SUPERVISOR 

IS-yaar-oid variatllt mala avpari- 
enced In Instrument - Electrical 
Work, Quality Control, Inatructlnf, 
Paraomal and Offlca Admlolatra- 
tlcn. dailm «mployjn«t In Vic¬ 
toria. Seat attrlbutra: loyalty and 
devotion. Kindly contact 
47*1111 


Featuring attractive landscaped entrances. Kghly recom¬ 
mended for doctors, lawyers, accountants and other 
service professions. 

Prime location by Fort on Richmond. Construction now 
starting—Ready early in 

Space from 500 sq. ft. and up, reasoaaNe rent*. 

Cwtati Brawi Brat Acndra Ltd. 

885*771—Without ONfeattow 
1125* Bfcoshard Street Victoria, B.C. 


STEEL CLAD 
BUILDINGS 

ONE — 40’x60‘ 
TWO — 40*x80' 
ONE —50’xl00’ 
The above building, are 
for immediate sale. large 
Overhead doers, walk-in 
doors and windows. 


ONE POINT 


Good Advorfiiing Attracts Customers! 


*24,500 


PREMIER SALES LTD. 

814 Fart BL, Victoria, B.C. 

888-BAT 1 - 888-5474 


Open Saturdays 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m. 


Insurance Is Oar Business, Not a Sideline 


LEVY OFFER COMING 
An offer to acquire the 
outstanding shares of levy 
Industries In the hands of the 
general public is expected to be 
made by Seaway Hotels before 
the end of the year. 

On Nor. 4 Seaway Hotels 
agreed to acquire 800,000 
common shares of Levy Indus¬ 
tries at about 848.50 -« share 
from the Levy family. 

The new offer to either 
shareholders hr being prepared 
within the requirements of the 
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EMORIAL 


RENA 


J2 lllll) (ffllonlst. Victoria, B.C., Soturdey, November 9, 1968 


Nancy Insists on Help for Others 


TORONTO (CP) — Nancy 
Greene, the pbrie-faced world 
champion skier from Row¬ 
land, B.C., has stepped off the 
skis and onto her own person¬ 
al bandwagon. 

Since the 25-year-old Nancy 
deserted the amateur ski 
ranks after her second World 
Cup triumph last winter, she 
has become the most sought- 
after sports personality in 
Canada, after Bobby Hull and 
Gordie Howe. 

TURNS DOWN LOTS 
And her public relations 
firm, Douglas D. Maxwell 
Ltd. of Toronto, estimates she 
could make J250.000 this year. 

"But she won't, though,” 
says Maxwell, who guides 
^JMancy Greene Ltd. "She has 
turned down a lot of endorse¬ 
ments because she doesn’t 
feel they fit her image. 

SHE MAKES DECISIONS 
"People want her In three 
different places on the same 
night. We’ve had as many as 
eight requests far one night. 
We're sort of arbitrators. We 
make a recommendation and 
she makes the final decision." 

Maxwell, who works with 
two partners, Pete Esfling and 
Bob Pugh, says Nancy has 
had only one day off in six 
months. 

STAFF DOUBLED 
'‘That was on a Sunday in 
Vancouver. She took the day 
off to whip oyer to Rosstend 
and pick up some clothes.” 

The MaxweH firm has dou¬ 
bled its staff since it got the 
Greene aocount. 


"It's Incredible,” says Max¬ 
well. “We didn't even make 
an approach to her. Someone 
suggested our company to her 
and she called us. 

"At first we thought we’d 
have to do a lot-of hard sell¬ 
ing, presentations and pitches 
to advertisers, thin kin" up 
schemes to sell the Nancy 
Greene image. 

NOT ENOUGH HOURS 

“It’s just the opposite. We 
spend most of our time on the 
phone saying ‘Sorry. No.* 
There aren’t enough hours in 
the day or days in the year to 
do all the things she could 


year has gone professional 
and will be a first-class pro¬ 
motion,” said MaxweH. 

Nancy also has equipment 
deals with a ski company, 
boot companies, a pole firm 


and Is a member of Prime 
Minister Trudeau's investigat¬ 
ing team on sports. 

A picture book of Nancy's 
achievement* i* going to 
press. She is also writing a 


column for a U S. magazine, 
has autographed silver spoons 
and wiH tour most of Canada 
and parts of the U.S. this win¬ 
ter, doling her bit for the ski 
team. 


Nancy picked Maxwell’s 
company simply because it 
was Canadian. It was a Cana¬ 
dian issue wiith her from the 
first. American firms couldn’t 
sell her with promises and 
Maxwell provided an incen¬ 
tive United States companies 
couldn't. 

HELPS SKI TEAM 

He said he could make 
money far her. but added she 
would be able to do things for 
skiing and Canadian sport. He 
gave her a few ideas on how 
she enufld give instead of take, 
and that was the clincher. 

Now, six months after she 
went to Maxwell, almost ev¬ 
erything she does has been 
wrapped arotxid Canada's na¬ 
tional ski team as well as her¬ 
self. 

FIRST OF BYPRODUCTS 

She signed a three-year con¬ 
tract with General Motors’ 
Pontiac division in July, and 
one of the first byproducts of 
that liaison was a 15-undt fleet 
of station wagons and vans 
for the exclusive use of the 
Canadian ski team. 

"That’s worth about $50,000 
to the team right there,” said 
Maxwell. 

CENT A BAR 

Then she signed with Mars, 
the candy company. One con¬ 
dition is that tor each wrap¬ 
per from certain bars collect¬ 
ed on behalf of the Canadian 
team, the firm turns over one 
cent to the skiers. 

The Berlitz School of Lan¬ 
guages offered Nancy a $1,000 
thr e e-w ee k total immersion 
course in French tor her en¬ 
dorsement. She said yes—on 
condition that the other mem¬ 
bers of the team got it too. 
That meant 31 courses far a 
total package of $30,000. - 

BOOST FOR SKI KILLS 

She has a two-year contract 
with British Columbia Tele¬ 
phone tor personal appear¬ 
ances at ski blubs, youth 
meetings and vxkversity gath¬ 
erings. In return, the com¬ 
pany wlH run In phone service 
at almost every hiil in West¬ 
ern Canada tor ski races this 
winter. 

"She has asked them to 
help and as a result, every ski 
race in Western Canada this 


Charming Victoria Visitor 

Ski queen Nancy Greene spent a at Esquimalt High, where she receiv- 

typical busy day in Victoria Friday ed a field hockey stick from the stu- 

attending a press conference and dents, were 1968 winners of Nancy 

luncheon, addressing high school stu- Greene scholarships, Jim Armstrong 

dents, talking to skiers, meeting hun- of Esquimalt, Lynette Goff of Oak 

dreds of people and charming every- Bay and Anne McKeachie of Victoria, 

one. Among her high school audience —(Jim Ryan) 


—Jim Py*n 

Orv Coulter of Butler Brothers on 
way to shutout. 


QORs’ goalkeeper Joe Rozon, with 
the help of Roger Waller (19), blocks 


Vancouver Island Hockey 


Rangers Win 
Tough Tussle 


Avoy tied the game again set¬ 
ting the stage for Nicoletti’s 
goal. 1 

Vikings’ goalkeeper, Jack 


Legette, stopped 31 shots, 14 In 
the last period while Stockers’ 
Brian O'Neill only had to make 
21 stops. 


QAR - . 

Ruder Bmtheri 
Ntorki>ra . 

\ Itlnn 


By Jim Tang 


Next games: Kriday — Victor!* 
Cougars vs. Buller Brothers (exhibition) 
7:45; Stocker* vi. QOR 9:15. 


ponents, 34-21, but had trouble 
beating Charlie Hodge and 


Leaders Tripped 
By Essos Again 


. ^ were 

ii I 1 o 41 tt i< behind twice in the tour-goal 

li • s ■ h 4 i I? second period and didn't go 

1 « a 4 1 M § U ahead until 13to minute ol 

duision ** Jast period ' 

r w a, TFtrts Rod Gilbert, who had helped 
n • i 1 4i a n Jean Ratelle score the 2-2 goal 
n s' 4 i § 40 g late in the second period, pa> 

93 s a ? it at t duced the winner witfy a 15-foot 

u i 7 s m « i shot on a play with Ratelle and 

Vic Hadfield. 

Gary Jarrett opened the sew¬ 
ing but a penalty to Doug Rob¬ 
erts gave toe Rangers a power- 
SAN FRANCISCO—New York play chance made good by Don 
Rangers got a stiff argument Marshall. Bert Marshall restored 

Friday night but they managed 

* . •. shot but Ratelle tied it 39 sec 

to resume toeir superiority over ^ later ^ ^ ^ hay . 

expansion teams by defeating Ing a player in the penalty box. 

Oakland Seals, 3-2. 


Traffic on top of th£ Vancou¬ 
ver Island Hockey League be¬ 
came congested again Friday as 
QOR climbed into a share of 
the league lead with a 4-0 shut¬ 
out win over Butler Brothers 
and Stockers claimed a portion 
of toe lead wtth a come-from- 
behind 3-2 decision over Uni¬ 
versity of Victoria Vikings. 

George Ede, Jim Murphy and 
Len Desjardins gave Rifles a 
3-0 first period lead and Dave 
Stones added a second period 
goal. Joe Rozon kicked out 19 
shots to record the shutout and 
lower his personal goals-a gainst 
average to 1.33. 

SCORES WINNER 

Nick Niooletti scored the win¬ 
ning goal for Stockers on a drive 
from the bluetine with two min¬ 
utes remaing in the third period. 

Larry Ellis put Vikings ahead 
In the first period. Don Lancas¬ 
ter tied it for Stockers at 7:30 of 
the third period and Les Berg¬ 
man put Stockers ahead. 2-1, at 
15:07. Seconds later, Mike Mc- 


- Her popularity, of course, stemmed from her skiing abili- 
flos which gave the Canadian ego a so much-needed boost with 
World and Olympic championships, but Nancy is pwing in 
Mature now-that her competitive day* arepver. Television e£- 
iosure has'brought 'oat fn'althost every Canadian that Nancy 
i. a real person more than just a personality. But television 
can tell only part of it. There is a bigger impact for those 
jj>ho get the chance to meet her. 

Quite a number of Victorians got that chance yesterday 
yhen she paid a visit here for B.C. Tel. She spoke to about 
>000 high school students in toe morning and to members of 
the Sno-Blrds Ski Club and the University of Victoria ski team 
th the afternoon. In between, she spent about two hours at a 


* m first period deficit, edged 

i n * ii Broncos, 7-6, Friday for their 

* ^ 2 n tb*rd win in four games with 
the leaders, who only lead by 
three points as a result. 

Vernon moved into second 
place with the win but have 
played four more games than 
Victoria and three more than 
Kelowna and Kamloops who 
fought to a W) tie last night to 
move into a three-way third 
place tie with the Cougars. 

At Penticton, Vernon narrowed 
the gap to 6-3 in the second 
period and then slammed in 
four .unanswered goals in tin# 
third period. 

LEADS WINNERS 

Gerry Vachon scored two 
goads for Vernon and Jeff Wil¬ 
son scored one goal and had 
four assists. Other goals were 
scored by Larry Quechuk, Bill 
Tamow, Jack Marsh and Bill 
Man son with the latter scoring 
the winner at 15:32 of the third 
period. 

Ed Hays with three goals, 
Larry Stock with two and Ken 
Conner scored for Penticton. 

At Kelowna, Kamloops' John 
Bade made 34 saves and Kel¬ 
owna’s Ron Pyle handled 44 
shots in recording the double¬ 
shutout. 


mWMca 

Vnrnoc 

VICTORIA 
[ Kvfewni 
Kami nop* 
New Hot 


Next aun«: Tonight—St Lauli al 
Montreal: Toronto at Loi Angelti: De¬ 
troit a* Mlrrmla; Philadelphia at Pitta- 
burgh. 


e»: Tonight — Penticton at 
Kelowna at Kamloops. 


FIRST PERIOD 

No arorbig. 

Penalty—Hadfield (NY) 2:51 
SECOND PERIOD 

1. Oakland, Jarrett (5) (Hlcke, Hob- 


Spurs Trip 
Totems, 7-5 


atti) 1:15... ' 

„ 1 New York. IX Marshall (4) (Navln. 


. She Is no longer an amateur but her abiding interest is 
■•till amateur sport. That was made dear at the start when she 
"opened a conversation as the interviewer and asked, "Tell me, 
Srhat percentage of space do Victoria newspapers devote to 
amateur sport and what percentage to professional sport?” 
' i,t was no accusation. She agreed that amateur sport has 
i considerable lack of communication, and that it was even 
more lacking at the administrative level. Her views on what 
is needed and what should be done are interesting. 

' m She doesn’t believe that the federal- government should take 
Charge of Canadian amateur sports organizations because she 
ftrongty feels that amateur sport should run its own affairs. 
But she also believes that there should be a "department of 
sport" and that the National Fitness Council, whtch makea- 
gran's to sports groups, should be divorced from the health 
and welfare department because “it really has no connection 
with we fa re." 

« “It isn’t so much a matter of money as using the money, 
■properly,” she said, and listed in order of importance the 
needs for successful amateur sport as administration, coaching, 
facilities and communication. 

The money for the program, she said, should come from 
Jodi vidua Is and businesses as well as government and that 
■Individuals and companies should get the same tax exemption 
far contributing as they do when they contribute to other 
^Worthwhile causes. 

A member of the Task Force On Sports For Canadians, 
Nancy is in a position to help get at least some of her ideas 
implemented, and one can be certain that she will get more 
listening than is usually accorded a 25-year-old. She makes 
gerne, and she is not one to be easily turned away. 

She has already made quite a contribution of her own. As 
related in the story above, she has seen to it in her contract? 
with the various firms who are employing her that amateur 
■port are to get some financial help from the fame and for¬ 
tune her ability has brought her. 


Goyeite) 11:11. . “ 

5 Oakland, a. Marshall (1) 14:35 
.R»teD* (S) (Gilbert) 


At Topaz Park 

Saturday’* first division, 
Victoria and District Soccer 
League match between Uni¬ 
versity of Victoria Vikings sad 
Victoria West will be played 
at Topaz Park starting at t 
p.m. and not Heywood Av¬ 
enue Park na previously an¬ 
nounced. 


15:14. 

Penalties — Hid 
(Ol 10:54; Hadnelt 
fO> 14:20: HadP-ld 
Walaoc (O) 19:30. 

THIRD rERlOD 
5. New York, Gilbert (5) 
Hadfield) 12:48. 

PeneJUe*—None. 

Slop*: 

Hod re (O) . 32 

Glacomtn fNYi.. ■ 

Attendance 4 Ml 


SOLUNAR TABLES 

WHEN TO RSH OR HUNT 


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tinea lor bnatta* sad Hebi*( to¬ 
day and tomorrow will be a* fol¬ 
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TODAY 

A.M. P.M. 

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7:40 1:45 10:55 t:l« 

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Canadian 
Wins Bronze 


A second-half splurge which feat in annual bonne coming, 
carried Oak Bay boys to a 45-41 competitions, 
basketball win over the Grads, Earlier, the Grads had won, 
Friday night, saved present 40-17, in grids' basketball and 
students from almost total de- had registered wins in soccer, 


rugby, boys* and girls’ volley¬ 
ball end boys’ cross-country.* 
Nancy Love scored the only 
other students’ win, in the,girls’ 
cross-country, while students 
and Grads tied in field hockey, 1 
In boys’ basketball, the Grads 
built a 27-17 half-time lead but 
Don Burrows sparked the rally 
which brought the students 
from behind with 13 of his 15 
points in the leoond half. Brian 
McKenzie matched Burrows' i 


TEL AVTV—Gunther Schuster, 
40, of Vancouver won a bronze 
medal Friday in toe men's 50- 
metre freestyle at the third 
Wheelchair Olympics for oana- 
pleglcs. He was timed in 48 se> 
and*. 

| Sylvia Cochetti of Argentina 
domonated women's field events, 
winning gold medals in discus 
and ahotput, a silver in club 
throw and bronze in javelin. 


Rugby Tournament 
Draws 18 Entries 


That and whatever she can help get government to do for 
amateur sport is only a small part of the contribution she has to 
make. There is no doubt but that her association with the 
products wiH help sell cars, chocolate bars and ski equipment 
but the most saleable item of all is Nancy Greene, and her 
connection with B.C. Tel may be the most important of all. 

It was cause for comment, because, if you'll pardon the un¬ 
intended pun, there seemed to he no connection, when it was 
Announced that B.C. Tel had become a Nancy Greene client. 
It is still cause tor comment, but in a different way. The com¬ 
pany is using her tn speak to groups of young people such as 
the one at Esquimalt High School yesterday. 

I don't know what Nancy said to her audience but there 
was a message there for our often confused youth. Tt was that 
the best way to find your identity is .to go out and accomplish 
something worthwhile, and that it can be done on your own. 
J don’t think I am over Impressed when I say that exposing 
Nancy Greene to Canadian youngsters may do more for the 
^fitness of Canadians than anything else. The only complaint 
3hat was heard about her appearance before city students yes¬ 
terday was that it «u too short, 


The UVlc Norsemen-JBAA 
Crusaders match which was to 
take place at Gordon Head has 
been called off as haa been toe 
exhibition match between Cowi- 
chan' and Navy at Colville Road 1 
field. Crusaders and Navy will 
forfeit the matches. 

Still scheduled are toe second 
division matches between Saxons 
and Royal Roads, cm exhibition, 
at Royal Roads and Oak Bay 
Wanderers and JBAA Barbari¬ 
ans at Macdonald Park. 

Monday, approximately 18 
teams will participate in a| 
seven-a-side rugby tournament 
sponsored by the Oak Bay Wan- 
at Macdonald Park. 


Two second division, Victoria | 
Rugby Union matches scheduled; 
for today have been cancelled 
due to inability to field full! 
teams. 


to toe finals of the Western nine points. Skip Oronck wifa Goals by Lynnette Goff and 
Inter-Collegiate basketball tour- seven end Don Frampton and Sharon Cullin for the Grads 
nament on Friday night with Stan Piper with four each. were matched by scores by 

convincing victories. -—————- Denise Cuilin and Janice Yuen 

Vikings defeated University of Thl to toe 2-2 field hockey game. 

Calgary Dinosaurs, 97-66, while I .ltv rM&VCFS Gre * Pearson tod the soccer 
the Golden Bears romped to a J J grads to a 5-1 with Ike McKay, 

135-42 win over University of rrt U • 1 Howie Anderson and Peter Rob- 

Lethbridge Bobcats. J| OP JtVlVHlS arts scoring once each. Peter 

The winners meet tonight for L Mason scored for Oak Bay. 

tournament honors foil owing toe VANCOUVER—Six Victorians rugby, Bruce Pantan with 
ooisolation game. , won their matches Saturday in two trie* and Stu Bailey and 

Every player on the Viking the Vancouver Racquet dub Bob Beck with one each led 
team produced at least four Squash Invitational tournament. Grads to a 12-0 <svin. 
points with the biggest contri- Tut Jones, Guy Screech, Grad Larry Qzrbett was win- 
buttons coming from Corky Jos- Gerry Davis? Ted Smythe. ner of the boys’ cross-country 

sul, who scored 18 points, and Julian Greenwood and John run. 

, „ . .. , „ centre Brian Brunjwell, who Creighton defeated Vancouver The largest crowd ever to at- 

are especially invited. For picked off 20 rebounds in addi- opponents. tend a home-coming, more than 

further information phone Ken tion to scoring eight points. Doug Hawkea was the n*dy 900, watched toe final game and 

Smith at 383-1101 or 3f&-1114 or Brian Craig was second high Victoria k*er, bowing to Van- attended the dance which would 

the Boyi 1 Qk-'-b. *corer with 13 points, John Lau- couver’i Steve SHverman. up the day. 


JR. “A” 

HOCKEY 

TONIGHT 

8:S0 P.M. 

PENTICTON 

BRONCOS 


Romp to Win 

Victoria High scored an 81-13 
win over University School Fri¬ 
day in the opening game of the 
llnteT-High School boys’ basket¬ 
ball eagqe, Gord Hoahal with 


Club Plans Track Group 


derers 

Teams from Vancouver are ex¬ 
pected to participate. 

Today's matches will start at 
2 p.m, while th* tournament on 
Monday gets under way at 11 
a.m. 


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weekend. A total o t 13 teams 
will be entered for the champion- 
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Las tAppeara n ce 
As Untouchables 


Twenty-tbreo names have 
been submitted In the contest 
te find e asms for the club 
which last season wen the 
Canadian w o m e n 'a senior 
basketball championship aa 
Victoria Bawling*. 

Known as the Untouchable* 
*0 Aar this *n*aoa bnt more 
then ready for change after 
gettiag financial support from 
aa aaonymaus Victorina, team 
member* decided he leave it 
up to sport* fan* to find a 
more writable name. 

To add interest, Humber 
Bros, have offered to donate e 
pole lamp and a matching 
table lamp to the person 
■nbmlttlng the name ehoeaa 
to be the meet apt 

Entries should be seat to 
The Sport* Department. Vic¬ 
toria Daily OoioaUL They will 
be accepted saitU next Wed¬ 
nesday afternoon, and la the 


parson submit* the name 


■sleeted, a draw wiB decide 
the winner. 

Meanwhile, the club will 
make Its last appearance an 
the Untouchables tonight when 
It meets the dangerous Mount 
Pleasant Legion entry In too 
Inter-City Senior Women’s 
League. Action is at Victoria 
High School and is scheduled 
to start at V. 

It Is too fourth start for toe 
unbeaten Victorians, who 
Started toe season here with a 
four-point win over Vancouver 
Motions and followed It with a 
■weep of e weekend double- 
header against University of 
lllritiah Columbia on ton 
Mainland. 

Coach deck Lusk will have 
Mary Ctoutte, Angis Had*ao- 
vlch, Arlesn Wallwin, Diana 
Bros ok, Marilyn Johnston, 
Dereeu leak, Judy Bonne, 
Gall Banner and Irene 8mith 
available tor tonight's game, 
another four-pointer. 


Ches Hays Ready 
To Defend Title 


A full entry of 180 gaiters will 
tee-off starting at 7 a.m., Mon¬ 
day, in the annual Remem¬ 
brance Day tournament at Up¬ 
lands Golf Club. 

Defending champion Is Ches 
Hays of Upland! who shot a net 
63 with an eight handicap to win. 
Draw and starting times: 

T.n s.m —am (U), Francl* (to, Oot- 
Usson (U>. ISOCISOMOU (U). 
t.07—WllktMoo (CH). Kesn (GV). Gray 

SOM), Rlcbsrd* <U). _ 

rM-Maraden (GV). Soutsr (CH). W*l- 
tsn (GM), Corimek (9H). 

T.u-Dsvtss (CV). i i mm e m <chj, 

McOJi (to. Robert** tU).^„ 
».<*—Trowt (GV), Bsiron (CH). Harp¬ 
er (CH). Nortorrt (U). 

T to-rnvtm <GM>. MWray (GV). Hwn- 
*i*r (CU>, Cook* (BH). 

r.|B-Onil* (GV), Graham (GV). M- 
hrani. (CH). HusslIM (CH)- M 
IQS—Ferris |U), Hlnlns (U). N*»bM 

'VtJMXntor’tU). Bsjssa (U). laris 

^It^Jissaasr fOV). Ptlobaty (CH). 
ISskinsrlM (U). S*Ui> (GV). 

Oim (CH), Cnsbrtn** (IT) 

■ alrinwroi (GV). Gray (GV). 


Xm-Gsamso (GV), tosos (V). Bps 
Wn (CH), (Shorn (U). 

10.0s—MsRsctauk (C). B)*hoa (U). 9ut- 
din* (QV). OytMM lov). 

iV) ‘ 

ISIS—Jes*r*(GV). Ie*ta« (GV), Hr 
riaca (CH). lamk (U). 

laao-UadfleU (U). ReU (in, EtUctt 
<U). MoDonsld (GV). 

JOri-erih (GV), Baseatt «3V). Uas- 


10 .«-DW<S 1 (BH), HUB (HH). Draw 
(GM). Efk (GM). 

mil tofhslaca (BH). Jones <U). Bsr- 
nsrd (U),W*rth <U). 

ULM-MDes (GV). PsnSslidt (GV). 
Than (CH), Straria (GV). 

n ae-wsto tav). Joes* (GV). la- 
Cr— (GV), MeOXI (GV). 
HJ2-Ma)»ua IV). Plac ■* (V). He 


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L 'n l »^«rtta D *(CT)^ B Whesrir (CH), 
SmaJl (GV). ratrtki (GV). 

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SssAk s&gwr <a,) - 

U. M Moo» (GV), Walter (GV). Hop¬ 
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WINSTON SALEM, N.C. 
(UP1) — When WUmer 

"Vinegar Bend" Mtxell popped 
up In Albany, Ga. (pop. 
19,055), in 1949 to begin his 
professional baseball career, 
he couldn't find his way to the 
ball peril. 

"Where you been?" snarled 
Mlzell's manager, the first 
day Miarij hit town 
"Aw-w-w,” stammered the 
bashful 18-year-old country 
bumpkin, “I guess I kinds got 
lost uptowm." 

THEY’RE BETTING ON HIM 
Now Vinegar Bend is going 
to Washington, D.G (pop. 
783,956), ea the newly-elected 
Republican can gi ns era up- from 
North Carolina'* 54th dfagrict, 
The betting la he will find bis 
way around nation's capital 
with no (routes ait ail. 

Bate*all cronlae recognised 
long ago that behind the drawl 
and country boy patter 
existed a shrewd mind that 
onoe prompted 9t. Louis 
! Cardinal general manager 
Frank Lane to say, “I was 
trying to sign him to a 
contract and he aknoet signed 
j ms.” 

, IRONY IN BILL 

The lanky, 8-foot-3 Mizell 
ran a campaign 0 # homespun 
conservatism, promising to 
introduoe a bill aHowtog 
tobacco growers equal time 
on television response to the 
federal government's a n t i - 
smoking campaign. 

Ironically his victim In 
Tuesday's election waa Demo¬ 
crat Smith Bagiey of Winston- 
Salem, heir to the R. J. 
Reynolds tobacco fortune. 

“I emphasized the forgotten 
mas of the great society, and 
I went dlrectiy to tha people 
«id got my message ecroaa,” 
said Vinegar Band. 

Apparently Mizell told the 
politically conservative voters 
to his dtotriot what they 
wanted to hear because they 
elected hbn te over 8,000 
votes. 

Hm former St. Louis Car¬ 
dinal pitching star was born 
In Leaksvtile, Mies., Aug. 13, 
3930, end got tea iitique 
nickname from the town of 
Vtaegsr Bend, Ala, where he 
later made his home. 
MOLASSES WENT SOUR 
The town, located to a bend 
of the Escatawpa River got 
its name, Mizel once told 
newsmen, from the days when 
a railroad wee being built 
'They ship ped some 
molasses up to the working 
crew but te tie time tt got 
there it had soured and tuned 
to vinegar. They just poured 
it In the river and called It 
Vinegar Bend. 

*'Vineg ar Bend used to be a 


boomtown beck in 1925, they 
had the aeoond biggest saw¬ 
mill in the world there and 
the population was about 2,500 
or 3,000, Everything was 
00 mtog along fine unto the 
guy moved his sawtnlH and 
there wasn't nothing left but 
the bend,” said Vinegar Bend. 
INJURY ENDED CAREER 

Mined! broke Into profes¬ 
sional baseball with Albany, 
Ga,. of the Florida-Georgia 
league and pitched for the 
Cardinal* from 1955 to I960, 
when he retired because an 
Injured shoulder was keeping 
him on the bench. 

EXxHng hie eampeign Misell 
kept fogging them in hard and 
fast Uke he used to from the 
pitching mound which to hla 
early days he described aa "a 
big pile at dirt to stand up on 
and throw.” 

"Did you know," he told Ms 
audience from a speakers' 
platform on North Carolina's 
tobacco row, “that the John- 
son-Humphrey administration 


Is spending $62,000 to study 
the social life of a blackbird." 

Undaunted by occasions! 
boota and whistle, Mizell 
would generally finish up with 
the slogan, “You have a 
friend to Vinegar Band. Whet 
see need 1s a plowboy instead 

of a playboy." 

Mfcseil, father of two sons, 
and sales manager for a soft 
drink firm, waa elected chair¬ 
man of the Davidson County 
board of conontisalanera to 
1986, and ran for congrees lest 
May, winning the Republican 
nomination in a primary 
battle. 

POLITICS TOUGHER 

Wien “Vinegar Bend” first 
(P* to play *n professional 
b as eball he seas overwhelmed. 

"Boy, ain't I Kicky?" he 
■aid. “Two uniforms, all tie 
strata i can cat, and I get to 
sleep to fint otese hotels just 
Uke Importan t people." 

Now to the pohttoal Mg 
leagues, MtseB may find tbs 
going a lot tougher. 


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TORONTO (CP) — Hamilton 
Tiger-Cats, the defending Grey; 
Cup champrions, go into today’s 
sudden-death Eastern Football 
Conference semi-final against 


Toronto Argonauts as tour-point 

iNiderdogs. 

However, if you bargain, you j 
should be able to negotiate an 
even wider point spread. 

All the talk as the big game 
approaches is of how Hamilton 
has slipped since last year. 

Linebacker Ron Brewer suf¬ 
fered a tractor accident on his 
turnip farm and had to git out 
the season. 

End Ted Watkins was shot to 
death in California. 

Halfback Dick Cohee didn't 
recover from knee surgery last 
year enough to make the team. 

Centre Gene Oeppetelli played 
out bia option and went to Phils- j 
delphia Eagles of the National 

--- —Fullback | 

; Charlie Turner was drafted. 


Defensive half Gamey Hen¬ 
ley, on a routine punt return 
damaged 


less he can get special dispensa- 
actson 


month and this happens to be 
the weekend for November. We 
have to proceed on the assump¬ 
tion he won't be available.” 

The Argonauts, looking to¬ 
ward the two-game, total-point 
series Nov. 17 and 23 against 
Ottawa Rough Riders for the 
EFC championship, are in su¬ 
perb physricia! condition. 


Won—will not 
against Toronto. 

With Henley out and Bob Ri¬ 
chardson slowed up by injuries, 
the loss of Page would cripple 
the Tiger-Cafs* secondary. 

Coach Joe Res tic. who moved 
up from assistant this year, said 
Page’s call is "the alternative 
to goring into the Marines full 
time, so he reaKy has no 


kne« badly enough 
to put him out tor the season. 

Quarterback Joe Euger is 
limping on a bad knee. 

Ted Page, a regular in the de- 


THERE'S ▼MORE 
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Today's Toronto - Hamilton 
game will be telecast on 
Channel* 2 andfft starting at 
11 a.m. Sunday's western semi- 
final between Edmonton and 
Calgary will be shown on 
Channel i at 1 p.ra. 


TEETHING 

PAIN? 


MONTREAL (CP) — Donato 
Paduano of Montreal, who re¬ 
presented Canada as. a welter¬ 
weight in the recent' Olympic 
{lames at Mexico City, has 
turned professional. Promoter 
Regis r^evesque announced Wed¬ 
nesday that Paduano will make ____ 

his first pro start against A1 F o*o fb a H Leegue* 
Bashir of Montreal Nov. 21. i 


SATURDAY 


Millions of mothers nh 
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Pot os-psln’s ions. 
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INTERIOR LATEX 


fensdve backfield, was to report 
to Buffalo, N.Y., Friday night 
for a weekend of duty with the 
United States Marines and—un- 


PHILADELPHIA (API — Joe 
Frazier will defend his five- 
state heavyweight champion¬ 
ship Dec. 10 in a scheduled 
15-round fight against Oscar 
Bonavena of Argentina at the 
Spectrum, promoter Lou Luc- 
chese has announced. 


Our own “Cimlo” brand interior latex in • “ w 

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Results and Entries 




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SAN MATEO, Calif. — Results 
of Friday’s thoroughbred racing 
at Bay Meadows and entries 
and selections for today: 


Selections 


i. Special Edition. Sugar Hoat, Rourel 
Web. 

3. Judge Me Not, Swim Atone. Dance 

With All. 

J. Dynamic Deat, Sandy Storm, Con¬ 
form lit. 

4. Determined Gypay, Poachac'i Pocket, 
Carjoao. 

& Hamp, Flying Irtahmar. Faithful 
Ruler. _ 

t Another Color, Jockey Cap, I aland 
Maater. 

7. Travel Orb, Carang, Huihup Klda. 
A Canterbury Road, Traffic Beat, 
Great Timing 

t. Top O'More, Chantage, Tha Spender. 
ONE BEST. Hamp. 


HOCKEY STICKS 


10-loot lengths 2” galvanized down- 
pipe at good saving. Regular 4 29 
1.65 per length. SALE_I 


Youngsters’ hockey sticks—lefts 
or rights, for the budding hockey 
stars. Regular 1.49 retail. Com¬ 
plete with FREE PUCK. 


Qtam (Dial) pl.XBfClin EZd US 

Diligent King (Jennlnga) ABO 4.80 M0 “ 1 314 

Minion Tree (Pierce i 13.40 SEVENTH RACE -17.500 allowance. 

Alio ran: Gay Flapper, Week-end ihree-yew-oJdi and up, mUe and one- 
Romance, Bright Spotlight, Joyful Hoat- ■ixteenUi: 

N), Extra Strength, Confederate Bid, „_, . _, 

Kinchin Coe. Nero'. Song. Ttm. l:im n $ ZgTJSS* iml 

, __ . , „ LIHk Matador 117 CaTang 117 

Second Race — H.300 claiming, three- Travel Orb 117 Huihup Klda 114 

ycar-nldi and up, cne and ooe-elxleenth _ 

mllea: EIGHTH RACE — H5.000 Added San 

Red Snapper (Lanowayl W-20 1600 K80 Roae Stake*, three-year old i, one mHa: 

m * *« Kodiak CM 113 Swgwnt Coben 1H 

Baba Bhal (York) . _ . _ .. _ E40 AJ U j Tute Dough 113 

Royal Foie 120 Yokut Brave lij 

Canlrebury Great Timing 118 

Road US MC Va! US 

Gee Beau 113 Bo Rama 117 

Traffic Beat 113 

NINTH RACE—33.500 allowance, three- 
Jtar-oldi and up, mUe and aoe-quarter: 
Rapid Sue US Compelling 

Tundra Prtoo* ill Force MS 

Top o'Morn US Northern Chl«f MS 

Into The Wind U3 QullllMwl US 

Chantage 113 Son Blue US 

The Spender Ml 


CHRIS KJAER 

Douglas, Opposite Mayfair 


25-foot cord with mesh light guard 
and light reflector. A handy unit 
for home or garage. Regular low 
price 4.19 each. 4)99 

SALE . C 


Third Race — 13,000, maldena, three- 
year-old mile*, alx furlong*: 

Flight Table (Resale*) *7.JO M M 1340 
Gondola Girt (Lanovraj) 5.40 3.HO 

Bhalaeau (Sherman) 3.40 

' Alao ran: Jedgeretta Ooh La la Fran, 
Ea Jay, Dlrtance Run. Anabeaqur, Latin 
Curat Ttm* -1:11 S-5 


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Fourth Race—J8.000 claiming, two- 
year-old mile*, tlx furl eng*: 

Painted Valley (Pineda) 33.80 32.80 3240 
Piddling Tux (Reaalei) 280 3.80 

Betty'* St* (Cdatal 3.00 

Alao tan: Clear Round, Roae Eaater. 
Curr* Mystery, Love Ya Henry Time 
1:134-5 


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entertainment for any¬ 
one from 6-60. Perfect 
designs — no practice 
required. Set includes 
18 design wheels, 4 
colored pens and 
paper. 


By Kennel 1 —Ideal for 
the little housekeeper! 
lightbulb provides 
power for baking and 
cooking. Regular low 
price 17.50. 


All the excitement of the 
Detroit Proving Grounds! 

• Large 41 ”xT 4 ” layout 

• Powerpack and Dodge 
charger 

• Shock test, traction test 

• Steering test, skid feet 

• Regular si.H! 


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Fifth Race — M OM allowance, three- 
year-old* and up, flllic* and marea, or* 
mile: 

Premise Her (Dbu) 3580 M X 32R0 
Sea Life (Plnada) 4.80 380 

Wilt Poppy (Valenwelal 280 

Also ran: Rope Dancer. Fortune'* 
Fancy, Bevrttoher, Light Tux. Gay Mo- 
want Tima 1:881-5 


PANELEC 

Si.* 382-7251 Jj 


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Sixth Race — 0.000 claiming, three- 
year-olda and up, Ox furlong* 

Trea Quteto (Lanoarey) |4BM 314.80 3T.20 
Little Jakey (Laceard) 8.80 3.80 

Dterrt Dee (Roaale*: 3.40 

Alxo ran: Sweet PH*. Mr. Atomic. 
Peru*too, Poat Road. Hopl Joe, Preato 
Pronto Tim* 1:13 4-5 


Open ■ -1 p.m. Saturday 


WOODEN BLOCKS 


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Seventh Race—13.300 claiming, three- 
year-olda, lix furlong*; 

Quailmundo (Cana) 830.40 3800 M.00 
Earl La Due (Pineda) 4.80 1.80 

Woo Umg Wong (Roaalea) 4.M 

Alan ran: Walfa lad. SpanM Attack. 
Soy Sauce, HandBn’i <*rt, Fleet Balcony. 
Time 1:13 3-5 


Non-toxic wooden blocks 
for the youngsters. Multi¬ 
colored alphabet letters— 
12 to the package. Regular 
retail 88c. 


Radiant heat and comfort¬ 
able warmth aU day- 
ideal for boaters or fisher¬ 
men. Chrome plated— 
evea lights a cigarette. 


We asked Mr. and Mrs. Heinz Mueller of Victoria 
what they like best about electric heating: 


Eighth Race—f&nm •llouance. thrae- 
year-otdi and up, fllllaa and marea, one 
mUe: 

Toward (Valenxualil 8830 13.40 38.00 
Silver Goblet (Pierre) 840 830 

Clen Pat (Leonard i 8* 

Alan ran: El Mlatl. Stoop to Conquer. 
Cipher. Bin* Mlai. Tim* 1:38 2-5 


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Ninth Race — 33.400 claiming, three, 
year-olda tee mil#: 

Sum Chip (Pacheco) 31280 MM M 30 
K'ng-i Invader (Roaalea) 4.00 800 
Slater Margaret (MeCullar) 508 

Alao ran: Who'a Kin. Fhrga Ahead, 
taicky Dollar, Vince'. Secret Ktoflea, 
Jacqueline, Salty Lady. Tima 1:38 3-5 


FILTR0 KETTLE 


Gleaming white bakeiite top and 
base — evershining stainless steel 
body and hidden 
attached cord. ^ 

Regular retail | m m OO 

14.95 each. I m 

SALE. ■ 


24-pieoe stainless steel flatware set 
fat a gift box—6 each: 
knives, forks, table- £■ OO 
spoons and teaspoons. - ■%**** 
SALE, SET. W 


FIRST RAC*-12,300, claiming (33.-1 
IM). (hree-year-oldi and dm alx furlong,: 
Rmmd Web 111 Redllna 114 

Hoop the Hoop 114 Cut a Mrfao 114 

Sugar Hoat 117 Sliver Ftr 114 

FumvIUe 114 Xercalr 114 

On tha Muacle 114 Weatern Bee 101 

Special Edition in Drefiy 113 

SECOND RACK -BUS00 claiming (3L- 
8M), three year-olda and up, mUa and 
one-alxteenth: 

Ecllpae All 101 Search On 114 

Salm Along 111 Dance With All 114 

Don't Forfleit 114 Makeia, Oanta 114 

Judge Me Not 11T FMu H 114 

Column* Right 111 Set**.Veraada 117 

Breula 114 Perata Low 114 

THIRD RACE - 82800. claiming (85- 
•00), three-year-okU, alx furlongi: 

Caad Ma R, B. 113 Dynamic Deal 118 
LarUy * Lad 118 Pie Ala Mod* 1)7 
Conformist 115 Rio NIdo 111 
Saint Fleet 115 Sandy Sorm ill 
Poafworthy 115 Speedometer lie 
Tar King US Fine* tor Flfal 1U 

FOURTH RACK—83,300, claiming 188- 
JM), three-year-old* and up. ona mile: 
Choteau Kid 114 Poacher 1 • 

Fay the Point 108 Pocket 114 

a-Sllent Trurt 130 Happy Go 114 
Determined Carajoao 114 

Gypay 114 Ma*k of Play UT 

Praclpltlad 114 a-Mr. Anthony U4 

Moolah Ino 114 a-entry 

FIFTH RACK—83.808, claiming (35,. 
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Heavy dnty lt-oa. 
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from IT x 14' to 
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By Ecko—for refrigerator cakes, 
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etc. Removable bottoms, afl IQ 
size 9*£” x 21/16” deep. | ** 


SALE 


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punch hooka and cups PQQ 


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Sun Seekers 


ra| It’s summer now in Australia. Tahiti. From Tahiti In a atop- 
The big, curling green-and-white over in New Zealand. From 
surf is booming on the beeches there to Sydney. On the return, 
at Bondi and Marty and the stopover in Fiji. Fiji into 
outback ia the last frontier in Honolulu. And then heme, 
the temperate zone world. Sydney has become a awtog- 

( Tip a pest air fare is the round ing town. Good restaurants, 
trip from the West Chart. You Fine Australian wine. Great 
can do thousands of mile* of adg- Australian beer, 
zag island hopping. AAA 

I flew to Acapulco. (To give i_ ^ 

the spicy cevkhs and tequilaa A ^ alian ^ ^ 

vote of confidence far two tlim 

Ho\rC \ TV-n I Still UB£ WMHf Ol tf¥! OW tWW, 

days.) Then I picked up Quirtae . The HO mui] 

for the remainder. Or you can " . “ * . qu ., . 

ssjel 0 * ***" ck up r^. to 

From Acapulco you go into 10 V™" 6 * “ - 

[ Upper class Australians deny 

{ _ ^ ^ # it. but the tart driven still lay 

fj gm it Id gw w wm off some of the rhyming slang 
I M 1*11 M Wit on you. Johnny Hopper Is the 

copper on the IJrtle Jack 
w-v _ Homer which is the corner. And 


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BIGGEST SELECTION 
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TWO-WEEK WAIKIKI 
BEACH VACATIONS 

loci, air, betel, fAACOO 
transfers. From Sell 3 


Fall Fair 

t l/|f/iQ if you buy a Simple Simon for 
w'C-O the storm-and-strife, you've 

bought a diamond lor your wife. 

Settled “ w * ^ ** ^ 

baa ao many cpportualtfea, 
we'va thought at gaiag tfaera 
Representatives of B.C.'s ns a trip awl. If we Ilka It, 

class A and B fairs met staying...” 

Thursday in Saanichton’s Lot of people have moved m. . . „ .. .. . 

I Pioneer Cabin to discuss opera-down unden There are only This wonderfully - wide tree - lined avenue of e.V- 

tion of the fairs. 11.000,000 people In the whole elusive shops and office buildings b Mexico City’* 

The annual meeting, at wtorti big country. They’ve just found famous Pasco de la Reform*. Avenue was laid 

“'tS ££ S5E «* £ AnJrtd™ fro.k»U, HMned 

Island for the first time to bow many incredible year*. 1or **•* movement that eveatnally overthrew him. 

honor Saanictiton Fair’* cen- They've discovered a lot of In a CPA DC-8 jet, Mexico b less than six hours 

te “ ry \ u. , ... . . .. offebore oil. And the prerty red flying time from Vancouver. 

Saanichton Fair will be held. i-Mff. we all a d m ire d turn out to 
as always, on the Labor Day be pure bauxite — tat’i 
weekend next year, and wi« last aium,^. Lot of cheap and 

toroe days . undeveloped hum land. CXmafe Tl I m * ■ 

Major date change was given , t ^ ^ chin mt KOOPHOC! t A \lll T 

to Ctoverdrtes Out A the other. Aiatralfc to much the BlrHI IliTS HJ 1^11 I I, 
srtdcb has fought droppmg ln cHm>te (md ^ atM) M ^ 

attendance for the United States. 

^ Now - for likely Immigrants. R fTl 

s tvervone s 1 aste 

In fee middle of September. there’s much red tape. Ptpere ^ T J V11V/ ^ •** 

. . | and ao on. But the c h c e en grt * 

Aleutians Shake P" 1 <* hre P* ld * With more than (,M 0 mllea formatkra spray tram the ocean 

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (API- * * * of colorful tropic coastline, Boor. 

A mild earthquake shook the **•“ » Mexico’* beaches literally offer * * * 

Aleutian Island we bey mad where?” something for everyone’s taste. While many of these tropica] 

miles southwest of Odd Bay * . , wonderlands are oily accessible 

“d. lOO .miie. east -Dutch ~ ^1.^ i8 ^ by boat or sir. transportation 


Batin Solonllt. Victoria, B.C., Soturdoy, November 9, 1968 JIJ 

Province Acquires Range 
For Wintering Bighorns 

The provincial government fees, the minister said. The 
has acquired some 35.000 acres range Is completed by 792 acres 
of California bighorn eheep of deeded land which will be 
range to toe SirnttkaAieen ttis- used in part for recreational de- 
trict for use as wintering range velopment in connection with 
for the sheep by toe fish and the adjoining Cathedral Lake* 
game branch. Recreation Min- park. 

ister Ken Kiemen said Ihurs- Mr. Kieman aaid the afea Is 
day. well known and used by hunters. 

Some of toe money used to fishermen, hikers and sight- 
purchase 34,625 acres formerly seers and added no change is 
used by domestic stock comes anticipated to use of toe area 
ftnom the incre ase in licence for hunting._ 

I FUN IN THE SUN 

PASADENA TOUR 
LV. DEC. 27— 15 DAYS 

Vm. you and your friend* will find fun, thrill*, 
brilliant lunahine .nd lha warmth of good 
taUowahlp touring ninny California. Chack 
these value*: 

L See Dlaneyland, Knott* Berry Farm. Tijuana, 
Palm Spring*, San Diego, San VraitcUcn. 
and a rtoaen other tnurlit me com*. 

X Fine. Uilefully-appointed hotels offering 
twtna. doubles and single, for the dlicrlm- 
Inatlnt tourUt 

a Chartered, da lase, mt-r in a aaidpaad, alr- 
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TWO-WEEK OUTER 
ISLAND TOURS 

Inci. all air, 

hotals, lam*, imn rtOO 

MANY DEPARTURES 
FROM DEC. 28th TO 
APRIL 12th 

GET ALL THE 
DETAILS FROM THE 
HAWAIIAN EXPERTS 

NEW REDUCED AIR 
FARE TO HAWAII 
HAS JUST BEEN 
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L Personally conducted by expariMKCd four 
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In tour, ln Victoria. Phona for beautiful 
brochure full of detail*. 885-4313 today! A 
taw aaata .UII available on aacond bu*. 

VICTORIA-JAPAN, $900 Each Return Doable* 

New IubI **»ai eMar nai l hoej wMh rev earn yrteaM riasr at the 
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Si BUtaM. to eeeafeet and etoatoe aa yea travrj aurted 
eerie af toe OrhaL 

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, - toxtilee Tahto rlntha >r» <mnd T - —- - oy Doai or air, xransportaiMXi i« ..t l-V 

r^ted * lm ' T ■ eouple knge crx^to tkmd P “ ysrCWnd ' Ac * pulo °’ ** Gi * •»*»» ^ Ll 

t*eer\atory reported. h-j in +*■ nowned for it* ipectacular aceo- ranged eoily. I m 


BURRITT Offers Choice of 2 
P&O PACIFIC HOLIDAYS 


! In toe middle of September. 


CAPTAIN COOK 
South Pacific Holiday 

Departs Vaa cearer Jaa If 

Mini Feb. M 

The tunny, summering South Pacific ia 
the destination of PkO Lines’ Captain 
Cock Holiday next winter oa a unique 
travel experience that’s dertgnsd to 
main you forget blustering ooM w in ds at 
hems. Set your course with PkO toward 
ttie gold of summer's son—to Hawaii, 
Fiji and New Zealand. 

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JADE TIKI 

Clrclw Pacific Holiday 

Departs Vaaeewer Fab. M 

Betoraa April 11 

PAO’s CANBERRA will make her fourth 
annual spring voyage around the entire 
Padfln In March, 1969, calling at aoms of 
the world's most enchanting porta. 
Hawaii, Japan, Hoag Kong, Australia, 
New Zeala n d, Tonga—you’ll see them all. 

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miles southwest ol Cold Bay 
and 100 mile* east of Dutch 


use as single bed spreads to gwjnowneu ter it* spectacular acen- 
chlldren’a rooms. They are try and oocroopolitan atmo- 
bright Indian patterns. Sliver sphere, 
work is in different designs than _ _ 

Mexico. But toe silver to not as *** «* TUiet, fun, rt>- 

good. manes, sports, or adventure 

Prioes are beat In Guatemala can be fulfilled In aoorea 
City if you don’t get hooked into _ . 

the toop. In or near th. Mg °°* ,U1 ■**"**• For the 
hotels. Shopping to fua ln toe boater, game abountto in the 
Indian towns like OdohioasSen- jungles that fringe ooastal ra- 
ango. ft* toe prices are a little sorts and placid villages, 
higher. (It coats something to 
ship the fsetory made stuff up * * * 

to the simple Indian salesman, . ,, , _ 

catchn 0,1 lhe Gl-, Mexico, Tam- 

ir + + pie® end Vera crux, Mexico's 

principal Eastern ports, spring 
"We wertd Uke to taka ear mind, but less known Tuxpan 
toy poadl e aa th e aklp with as. that seems to axist only 

P* y" w * for the sheer hm of tt _ and 

' to many more bwrton the traveller 

T!LT!VwwI T . i . to mors remote places. 

I doubt it. All big ships have 

kennels and you pay a fare. The Many of these vacation cen- 


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principal Eastern porta, aprlng 
■“* * ,r to mind, but less known Tuxpan 

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big ships have 

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kennels are usually on tha boat tres are only a pleasant drive 
deck. You can take the dog out from Mexico City, which to turn 
for walks. is linked to Buenoa Aires, San- 

However, the kennels I’ve tiago and Lima by Canadian 
seen were small with cubicles Pacific Airlines jet services 
so cramped I wouldn’t put my from Eastern and Western Can- 
dog in than. I wouldn't lake a ada. 
dog along unless I could see the * ★ * 

kennel first. 

it ^ ^ In the same category, toe Isla 

£ J " ** 4 B “ U are less frequented, but graw- 

American Express has a mail ‘"LJ’t ""f °“f r 

service. You are ^ppowri to ^ moat imdescent waters ln the 

using one of thetr services — reBkjn - 

their travellers cheques should The same waters enhance the 
do it. But in practice, no coast with both their beauty and 

I American Expresa office has marine wonders. Here the great 
asked me if I was uafng any of galleons of Spanish explorers 
their services Just looked to lie encrusted to the delight of 
the box and gave me ray mail, skin divers. Spectacular ooraD 


BLANEY 


Only 40 days until 

Orianas Caribbean 
Christmas Cruise. 


PRESENT 


lutrodociiig Inclusive Tour Charter* 

PUERTO VALLARTA, 
MEXICO or HAWAII 
HAWAII 

Six departures at two-week intervals commencing Jan. 
13. Tour Include* jet from Vancouver to Honolulu and 
return; 14 nights with your choice of hotel, Waikiki Surf, 
Reef Towers or Edgewater. 9QAC.00 

Freni . 

"* . Oaaadtaa Fnarfa 

PUERTO VALLARTA 

Six departures at two-week intervals commencing Jan. 
12. Tour includes jet from Vancouver to Puerto VaHarta 
and return; 14 nights with your choice of hotels Rosita 
or Rio and ALL MEALS. 99QQ- 00 

From ... fcW 

Canadian Foods 

Both Of These Offerings Will No Doubt 
Be Sell-outs 

BOOK NOW TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT 


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TAHITI 


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Onurtim Imai Varan* aa Jaa, iai — 
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Hurry! Ghrg yourself a rod presmt this Christmas. Crabs to tho 
Caribbean and back on Orlana. Good First Class accommodations still 
•ft available from 81800. Take Oriana’s Cruise and you'll soak up sun and sea 
breezes at lavish deck-side buffets. Toast new friends In the rollicking 
Monkey Bar. Even dine out In the glamorous Silver Grill, If you’d like. 

You'll have a traditional British Christmas at sea with flaming 
\ puddings and great roast turkeys. A Scottish New Year’s 
O j with a piper to march before the haggis. It's a last-til-dawn 
celebration you won’t soon forget l 


“\ You sail from the West Coast 
\ Make two transits through 
^\the Incredible Panama 
^ \ Canal. And In between, 

1 \ call at eight ports where 
the wind Is warm and 
the accents—whether - 

British, Danish, Dutch, 

J French or Spanish—are 
wl friendly. In each port, you 
H can buy one of the special 
f escorted excursions that 
leave from the ship. Or you can 
just wander off on your own 
to swim, sun and shop. 


^ Even people who usually \ ** 

^ fly are taking Oriana's \ | 

/ Christmas Cruise. And no wonder. 

It’s a special, more of everything sailing, 
^ra^More parties. More entertainment 
And more room to roam. 


First Class doubles and singles are 
still available. The price, Including all.meals 
L k on board, starts at $1800 (U.S.). 

\v Oriana sails on December 19.29 

^ \£/ days from Vancouver. See your travel agent 

for arrangements. Or call the number below for more Information. 
Christmas Special! Passengers boarding In Vancouver 
have time to explore two of California’s great cities. Orlana 
•v *v spends two days In 

- w ^^San Francisco and 

A two days in Los 
^■Angeles. 


No time 
like the present: 
For information 
on Orianas 
Christmas Cruise 
see your 
travel agent 
or call 

FiOLines. k 

(604)682-3811 Ik 


life at sea Is like nothing on earth. 


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The music of the Mariachi warm Ton are strolling 

Spanish language your heart... one of the world’s most 

surrounds yon... dazzling avenues... 



Imagine yourself in Mexico’s great capital, pulsing with the 
exciting living patterns of nearly six million people. You 
stand in awe at the monumental evidence of the ancient past, 
at the Pyramids, in the Zocola, at the Museum of Anthro¬ 
pology. You. are equally thrilled by the contemporary view— 
at the University, the Pedrtgal, on the sparkling Paseo de la 
Reforma. A morning may find you at Maximilian*! castle, 
afternoon in the boutiques of the sophisticated “Zona Rosa". 
You dine as you’ve never dined before in superb continental 
restaurants. Music surrounds you as you discover the thrill 
of a truly foreign holiday. You go on to the glorious beaches, 
with their never-ending winter sun or to the gem-like colonial 
towns. You know that your CPA “Empress" has flown you 
to a holiday you’ll treasure forever. « 


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People who “never go sightseeing” do so in Mexico! The best 
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with CPA’s tow return air-fare, they mean a foreign holiday 
you’ll never forget, at a bargain! And on CPA — you can fly 
now, pay later 1 

6 GOLDEN DAYS rr-OLW.T-4 $9X26 

Impressive tours of Mexico City including world-renowned 
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A1 Staley of Victoria 
Labor Choice Again 

VANCOUVER (CP) — E. T. replace Jack Moore, .president 
(Al) Staley of Victoria was re- of the western IWA council, 
elected president of the British who stepped down became of 
Columbia Federation of Labor business pressures. 

Friday. It ia hte fourth term. George Johnston, secretary 
His election by acclamation manager of the B.C. local of the 
came during the final day of the Canadian Food and Allied Worit- 
feieration'a annual convention, era Union was reelected as aec- 
Jack MacKenzle, first vice - ond vice president 
president of the western reponal winning ^ ^4- 

j A Inte J n ° n ^ Chark. Stewart^ sec - 
Woodworkers of America was rotary 101 _ 104 

elected fir st vice p m.dent ga^ated Trenait Union. 

He was unopposed in his bid to Mr. Stewmt, long time critic 

CPA AGENTS °* fe ^ eration policies, won over 


Hhirtn floioirtat, victoria, B.C., Saturday, November f, 1968 


Inquiry: What’s on Record 




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ALADDIN 

TRAVEL 


incumbent Len Guy cf the Inter¬ 
national Typographical union. 


Staley 


Records on Me with the B.C.l 
registrar of companies show} 
Friday that financing and real 
estate are the major interests 
of the Commonwealth group. 

The companies, affiliated with 
the Vancouver-based Crmratv 
weaMti Trust Co., are the 
subject of an Intensive investi¬ 
gation by the provincial attor¬ 
ney-general's department. 

Five of them have had their 
assets frozen by a B.C. Supreme 
Cburt order and RCMP have 
seized records and files pertain¬ 
ing to another 30 firms. 

The records at the registrars' 
office indicate a company regia 
tered in the tiny European 


[Scope Too Limited 


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Sidney 656-41IS 


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Combines Probe to Widen 


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||. OTTAWA (CP) — Major re-| 

forms ore going to be made in 
7574 tie Combines Investigation Act, 
Consumer Affairs Minister Ron! 


FEATHERSTONE’S 

YOUR P&O TRAVEL AGENT 

Cu offer yea apace 
oa the 

“ORIANA” CHRISTMAS CRUISE 

HURRY! 

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' Basford told the Commons Frl-, 
day. 

"Competition needs to be en¬ 
forced more effectively m Can¬ 
ada," the minister said during 
the budget debate. 

Cbvfrage under the . present 
Law was not wide enough and 
many important services were 
outside Ms scope. 

Becauw the aot Is based on 
criminal law. It involves "elabo¬ 
rate and lengthy ernd or c"- 
durea with a heavy burden of 
mat resting on the Grown," 
Basford said. 

★ * * 

The Economic Council of Can¬ 
ada Is preparing a report on 
how the legislation should be 
improved, the minister said. 

"I am in any case determined 
to propose a series of major re¬ 
forms in this tegiatotlan after 
we receive the council's re¬ 
port," he added. 

Many areas of Canadian man¬ 


ufacturing were dominated by a 
small number of firms. When a 
"price leader" raised a price 
the "price followers” did like¬ 
wise, Basford said. 

“This does not necessarily 
mean that there is 00006600 ," 
he added. 

* * ★ 

Basford said the govern¬ 
ment proposes to set up an "in¬ 
dependent public agency" to 
study, investigate and report on 
rising coats and prices. 

It would make puttie periodic 
reports on prices, costs and pro¬ 
ductivity and suggest improve¬ 
ments. Parliament would re¬ 
view the agency findings, per¬ 
haps in the Commons commit¬ 
tee of finance, trade and eco¬ 
nomic affairs. 

Basford said the system 
could "faring home to ail of us 
the need fer social respcnsxtwiiiy 
in price, oast and income deal- 


principality of Liechtenstein is a 
major shareholder in may of 
them. 

The records identify the com¬ 
pany as Garanbe Establishment 
Ltd., one of the 35 Common 
wealth companies under invest! 
gation. 

A breakdown on the five 
companies wtth irozen assets 

• C rmnrwwrap l th Investors j 
Syndicate Ltd.: The company 
had J1, 800,000 to capltti and a 
51-per-cent dure to Centennial | 
Mortgage Cnrp. Ltd. 

• Diversified Income Secur¬ 
ities Ltd.: With 3250,000 in 
capital, the company ia in the 
mutual fund business. 

• Commonwealth Accep¬ 
tance Corp. Lid.: With 
32,500,000 in capital, the com 
pany is involved in discounting 
sales agreements in the pur 
chase of automobiles and 
dom retie ap plia n ces. 

• Commonwealth Savings 
Plan Ltd.: Figures for capital 
were not given. The company is 
a controlled subsidiary of 
Oommonweakh Investors that 
executives say has "assets 
exceeding 36,000,000." 

• Centennial Mortgage 
Corp. Ltd.: With 1750,000 in 
capital, the company is involved 
in mortgage financing. 

AH five had one thing in 
oonunon until recently — A 
Duncan Crux, former Common¬ 
wealth Trust president, waa an 
each firm's board of directors. 
A number of persons now 


described as former directors 
were also members of the 
various boards. 

Othpr companies registered 1 

also disclosed Commonwealth 


diverse interests. 


For instance. Victory 
Memorial Gardens Ltd., a com 


pany with a capital of 310,000 
was Incorporated for purposes 
1 of "cemeteries, memorial 
| pasta, funerals, etc., and to 
make gifts and donations to 
| persons, firms and 


The companies ranged down I with 5100 in the kitty, for 
in size to Inter-Oceanic Holdings I "minning, milling, prospecting. 
Ltd., formed in September, 1967,(reduction and development." 


PASSPORT 

PHOTOS 

Photostatir ('opi»*s of Documonts 

1 rv, m x 06 Yates St. 

Jus-Rite Photos 3tuis52 


★ TREES 

★ SHRUBS 

★ BULBS 

Fall planting gives a good start 
. . . giving you the earliest possi¬ 
ble spring effect! 

IEW-60LDEI DEUCI0US •*■!*■*, 

fruiting spurs, making it very suitable for a small yard. 9*8 

Good pollinater, eating and keeping. EACH ... 


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yime ^ 


CHERRIES 

Dwarp Royal Ann 
and Lambert. 

EACH. 


PEACHES 

Pacific Gold. Red Haven. 
Vedette. f|fi5 

Fab-haven. M 

EACH.■ 


SHADE TREES 


YELLOW E6G 
PLUM 

Very good eating plum, 
large oval shaped 4kfil 
fruit in mid- / 

September. EACH _. mm 


Level of Po 
Near Danger 

ROVIGO (AP) — The To, 
Italy’s biggest river, rose to the 
danger level. Farm homes in 
the Po Delta lowlands were 
evacuated. Crews stood ready to 
repair any breaks in the dikes. 


The vacation 
to end all 

Hawaiian vacations. 


Radio ‘Medicine Man 9 
To Face 65 Charges 


European weeping birch, white birch, one of the most 
beautiful of all trees. 4 »5 4 A98 

FROM . I to III 

Copper Beech—Beautiful copper foliage all summer. "999 

Slow growing tree. 5 to 6 feet..I 

Hawthorne—Paul Scarlet. Covers itself in red, 4H 

rote-like flowers in Mty. 6 to 7 ft. trees...“ 

Flowering Oabappfe—Profusion . . . very heavy fiH 
blooming with rosy red flowers. Medium size tree... O 


Cham Stewardl—Beautiful golden evergreen. CH 

Good selection to choose from, priced teem .9 

Vibnrnam BhytUety lh w n (leather leaf Viburnum) beauti¬ 
ful broad leaf evergreen growing well in either shade or 





underside. 3<7 to 31" bushy plants_ 

Btrobas Pine—Beautiful silver green long 
needled pine. 5 to 6 ft. trees.. 


TON* 




a Oriana sails from Honolulu to 
& Vancouver Dec. 12. 

> You got four delicious days of 
lift at sea—from $130. 


Step aboard a great white liner in Honolulu and 
you’re off for an international holiday at sea on 
your way to Vancouver. 

You dine in an excellent restaurant on dishes 
prepared by continental chefs. Meet shipmates 
from every part of the world. Try your hand at 
quoits, deck tennis or just unwind on a sun- 
warmed deck chair. And become shamelessly 
spoiled by the super British service. 

P&O’s price, including all meals on board, 
from $245 First Class, $130 Tourist (U.S. dol¬ 
lars). Oriana sails Dec. 12, Canberra Feb. 15, 
Oriana May 27. 

For reservations see your travel agent or 
contact P&O Lines, Dept. 20, 409 Granville St., 
Vancouver 2, B.C., Phone 604 682-3811. 


LOS ANGELES (AP) - 
Radio evangelist Curtis Howe 
Springer, who sells what he 
calls health food supplements 
on his dally radio show, has 
been charged with 65 counts of 
false advertising and misrepre¬ 
sentations. 

The 72-year-old Springer, who 
caks hunaeff the "last of the 
oMMame medicine men.” was 
served with a warrant filed by 
the California Bureau of Ford 
and Druga, authorise* .aid 
Thursday. 

The state warrant accused 
Springer of unlawful advertising 
of products represented to have) 
certain effects on particular dis¬ 
eases. failure to properly Mbel 


products alleged to contain vita- 
m I nT, misrepresentation of 
drugs and failure to Oto appBca- 
tion for new (hugs. 

A state food and drug inspec¬ 
tor, Charles Duggie said Sprin¬ 
ger advertises bis products aa 
health food supplements but 
that fiiey really are atm^e 
foods such as carrots, c e l ery 
and parsley. 

The inspector said: 

"Dr. Springer olaims his 
p r o d u ct s wtil cure such things 
as c a noer. This Is one of the 1 
v'~'”>ton ttreigs. He has made 
medical claims that he muat 
prove to the satisfaction of the 
state." 

I Springer uses his daily radio 


show—wtadh he says reaches 
14,000,000 people In the United 
States and abroad—to plug his 
products and his desert resort, 
some 200 mfie a east of Lot An¬ 
geles. The promoter also has 
been accused of erecting the re¬ 
sort on land owned by toe feder¬ 
al government 

The U.S. bureau of land and 
management la seeking 534,187 
in damages and back reatiti 
from Springer lor 24 years of 
use of toe 12,000 acres, which Is 
to one of file moat remote and 
barren loc a tions of Southern, 
Oalifoirtia but has attracted 
hundred! of cripples and ahutina 
tram all over the United States 
and Canada. 



DUTCH BULBS 

Still a good selection of No. 1 size imported bulbs. 

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000 vehicles from gasoline pro¬ 
pulsion. 

Devoiopera demonstrated the 
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Fuel storage was an obvious 
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feet of tanks took up moat of the 
trunk of a demonstration cari - 
Pacific Lighting aakl driving 
range Is short also—about that 
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power to equal that at a gallon 
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oente—compared to 34 cents or 
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EMORIAL 


RENA 


SATURDAY 


Ustinov Earns His Keep 
In Hot Millions Movie 


BlUn (Dotonlft Victoria, B.C., Saturday, November 9, 1968 


HESPERUS, Colo. — Police 
said a four-year-old boy 
managed to toad a hunting rifle, 
fired it through the bedroom 
wall and killed his father in the 
next room. The victim waB 
Keith Scbllebe, 31, an agrono¬ 
mist for Ootorado State Univer* 
rtty. 

The youngster was able to 
toed ahcfiB lying beside the gun 
end fire it, sheriff's officers 
said. The bullet passed through 
the wall and struck the young¬ 
ster's father in the back. 
SchMetoe was dead on arrival at 
a hospital. 

□ 

WOODLAND HILLS, Oalif. — 
Veteran actor Wendell Corey, 
54, died of a Mver afknent. 
Besides acting, he was a Santa 
M<Mtea dty councilman, unsuc¬ 
cessful candidate for a 1966 
Republican Congressional nomi¬ 
nation and former president of 
the Academy of Motion Picture 
Arts end Sciences. 

a 

PEfWOLD, Alta. — The 
RCMP said identical twins 
Richard, left in the pictures, 
and Robert Jones have com¬ 
pleted trading and been posted 
to B.C. detachments. The 
detachments weren’t named. 

' □ 

LONDON —Stock pro¬ 
moter Myer Bush probably 
be fkiwn back to Canada within 
two weeks to face seven Toronto 
charges involving money obtain¬ 
ed th rough fraud, conspiracy or 
false pretences. But the major 
charge against him, oonspuring 
to defraud the public of $100,- 
000,000 in fraudulent stocks, will 
not be involved. Chief Appeals 
Jiwtioe Lo rd Parker ruled there 

Western 

Favors 

Pullout 

LONDON, Out (CP)' — Uri- 
vendty of Western Ontario stu¬ 
dents voted Friday to pull exit of 
the Canadian Union of Students 
In the face of broad controversy 
r.ver radical policies of the na¬ 
tional organization. 

But while student radicalism 
appeared on the surface to be 
set back by the 2,155-1,381 bal¬ 
lot, renewed efforts at educa¬ 
tional refosro were pledged by 
CUS supporters. 

The proCUS committee decid¬ 
ed to form “a voluntary radical 
union" and issued an invitaMfcxi 
to all those who voted to stay in 
the unkxi ‘to >ain ua In promot¬ 
ing critical discussion and eval- 
ination of education in general.” 

The anti-OUS group voiced 
natistaetkn with the outcome 
iand hoped • would “force a re¬ 
thinking in the CUS structure." 


Names in the News 


found semiconscious under a 

Peter Ustinov * Woe the tittle Despite the wonders of etoc- supplemented by the talent* of 

u girl with the little curl. When he tronics he does it by Betting up Kart Malden and Bob Newbart. 

TORONTO — Former high is gotxl he’s very, very good and A, mtnv ^ . In the end the embezzler is 

school teacher Teddy Oulp, 28. a when he is bad he Is homd. y my comparues m caught but he is not at a loss in 

Political unknown, said he will He ^ currently playing in the ^ tlme * on ored way of a surprise ending. Hot Minions 

contest the leadership of the Hot Mtiliorrs at the Hafida embezzlers, 5 b easily the best comedy bet so 

New Democratic Party next ^ ^ must co^t as one of _ The ^ * &*** because it is far this year. 
ye ' ar> hds best films to date. 

^ Mr. Ustinov is an embezzler 

LYMINGTON, England— who has a flair for odd 
Conservative biKtoess executive approaches to his craft. The 
Patrick McNair Wilson, 39, film opens with him finfadring a 

polled 28,025 votes to win a bout In the Scrubbs tor Ms sins. Y|7/’\¥1T T\ TIT1T 1 '!% f 

Hcuse of Commons byeleotion Hefe doing the warden’s Income W\ J| \ | jj J fK P/IVI I P. 1 I C l\f l 
tor Ms pasty. liberal Nicholas tax returns. * 

PTS. T fj 30 Z*" TOUCHES 

Labortte Alan Reynard was last 

with 5 836 Much later In the film as he 

* ?Li SIINTIAV NHVFMRFP 10Hi 


Corey 


Jones 


a scrawled sign saying prison 
BEIRUT — Sami El Solh, the chief jailed tor income tax- 
premier of Lebanon who called offence. It is done so casually 
tor the help of U.S. marines that it is easily missed. The 
during a cibils in 1958, died at film is fun of such comic 
TO. touches. 

□ The embezzler has a passton 

• TAOS, N.M. — apod Jonaon, ** and he goes into 

Inn fix C.nrfiv tones author, cnHumnfist, humorist and mc *™’n t ary trances as he enn- 

t-wrtfy junc* confidante such literary <****■ 1 he was bumming 

figures oa D. H. Lawrence and « bit of Tchaikovsky a* one 
is “clearly evidence of a gigantic heart transplant patient, Is back the attorney tar Anna Margaret Upton Sinciaix, died at 71. pu**t and then he does the 
conspiracy,” but it was aimed at at the Montreal Heart Institute Renter, 18, said affidavits q Mozart flute concerto with Ins 

U.S. citizens and is outside Can- tor treatment of lumbago. stating allegations of paternity uotktyvj pi _ TT . Ctockney girt friend, played by 

adiaa jurisdiction. n of twin boys bom tost Aug. 21 .,™ ye *~ 1 y Maggie Smdth, doing the solo. 

n u/Acurwr-TirTM were “questionable and doubtful 1n „ ^ , . . stam P ed - Ustinov gets himself involved 

□ WASHINGTON — The White ^ tog to sign up for lectures next with ^ 

SALISBURY - Rhodesian House amumced the resigaa- * spring by President Johnson. ^ 

Premier Smith and British tdonB of Secretary Treasury D His tojnc will be political ^ off ™ 

minister without portfolio Henry Fowler and State Under- LONDON — Billy Baffin's science. ___ poaMtoa. ^ 

George Thomsoa ended nearly secretary Nicholas Kataenback, hoBday-camp empire is the p ARMISTICE DANCE 

five tours of talks with the guff <& an expected aeries of toitest firm to be singled out for OTTAWA — s. J Handftaid- THNIfSIlT 

between the two sides as wide resignations of the ongoing swaBowtog-up in Britain’s June- 40 Izxtdtn Fmri B nrt „ .. ■ I 

as ever. The two wttl have one Jrimsoti adminfetratfari. Both current business takeover L** anpdnted £""« 

further private meeting this wffl return to private life. mania. Phonographic Equip- newly^fonSd lr»im*tioiml “ Tn “ ei ° 

morning feftowed by a last . □ ment, a maker of coin-operated finance dlvtokn to the federal ... 

session with the fffil negotiating ^ ORLEANS - Jobe equi^mt lncluding finance deportment. m SM 4 

teams. Bedgemoa, registrar machines, has made a 140.000,000 ! 

□ Southern University, waa bid tor the company. D *1, C . 

MOSCOW — Soviet President charged with selling credit □ By me jeo.* 

Podgomy congratulated Richard hours and higher grades to SANTA MONICA, ffatif _ Jim r T v L 

Nix 00 an his election victory students at rates of t*> to $500. Brown, the pro fu* back turned J- tie • 1 rv 

and expressed hope fbr “further Q actor, was charged with assault / J/777 JQ H t\C> C t/1 7 / T>/7 T1 + 

devetopment of reSations" with LOS ANGELES — Actor Toay tog a deputy sheriff. The charge ^ 1 L LO ! L X\ C-O HULL I LULL 

the US. He said: “we wish you Curtin, without admitting grew out of an bxfldent June 9 — 0 ... 

froitful work in this high post.’ feahertaxl, settled a paternity when Brown was wrested at Us 11,0 ld V* Place for Business 


said students were “stamped- " % 

inn” .i™ «... , “ Ustinov gets himself involved 

Sf ** vender cf computer- 

^ nonages to 


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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10th 
7-9 P.M. CHANNEL 6 


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Table Rea. 

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By the Sea: 

Danish Restaurant 


n 

LONDON — Beetle Jobe 
Lennon’s wife Cynthia, 27, was 
granted a divorce on g round s of 
her husband’s adultery with 
Japanese artist Yoko Ono. The 
petition was imcontested, 

* D 

LONDON — Britain's $2,800,- 
000 mamorfal to the late 
president Join F. Kennedy at 
Runnymede, damaged by a 
homemade tomb the weekend 
of a mass anti-Vietnam march 
in London, is repairable and will 
be fired, trustees announced. 

O 

MONTREAL — Gaetea Paris, 
49, Canada's longe st surviving 

Dine Downtown at the 

Enjoy satisfying, inexpen¬ 
sive “dlning-oot” often, 
at SCOTT’S! 

Open 24 Hoars Every Day 
lor low Dialog Fleaaare 

SCOTT’S 

RESTAURANT 

aw YATES, at DOUGLAS 


suit tar $8,700. He acted after'apartment, where a model was 


DINING WITH A DIFFERENCE 

&par* Rib Bmw* 

I WHERE KEN PEAKER PLAYS NIGHTLY 
f UJU7-BXLU! — WORLD-FAMOUS IFAH ana 

S2B Bordett—CHERRY BANK HOTEL—S80-SSM 


rathskeller 

Wolj* RESTAURANT 


The Ideal Place for Business 
Dinner Parties. 

4558 Cordova Ray Road Phi 


Phone 477-2842 


TODAY—4 P.M. (and NOV. IS) 
McPherson Playhouse. AD seats fl.Qt 

The Children's Favourite Musical 

^rumrDn i a n 


a pmnrtstion of MacMillan Bloedel 


CINDERELLA' 


By John Chappell 


lllllllilllllH 


• Valerie Smith 

• Ian McIntyre 

• Anne Crawford 


• Bill Dyson 

• Stewart Paul 

• John Heath 


„ „ . Open Dally From 4:2* pun. 

Dettciaut Fridays and Saturdays 

German and Dandog to 

I £ reopens Fooda «THE CONTINENTALS” 

Steoka (j e na, sad Leo) 

1780 ISLAND HIGHWAY—Res. 478-2318 4.27m 


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lumii-N 


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t:W - BtiM Cancelled 
7:M-S:H Cancelled 


Lears Yore 
Worries To Us 


-M os-w* d* n air 

Ult BROAD ST. 

SIS<2t7 


0:30 a.m.—FAMILY 
2:30 p.m.—PUBLIC 


SPORTS CENTRE 


ICE SKATING 
SATURDAY 


1*4* a-m. . It nooa 
Tiny Tots and Parents 


1:48 - «:«3 p.m. 
Public Skating 
8:18 -10:00 p.m. 


For a Weekend Trnst 
Dine.. In the Popular 

COLONIAL 

ROOM 

“A James Bay Landmark 
for Over Yt n Century’ 1 

FEATURING: 

Slrettag Steaks. 

Roast Beef, Seafoods, etc. 

“VICTORIA'S ORIGINAL 
STEAK HOUSE” 


COLONIAL INN 

SUNDAY DINNER 


“THE DESERT SONG” 


NOV. 26-30 — 8 pan. 

McPherson playhouse 


Tickets Available NOV. 18 at Box Office 


die 

Reft 

Uon 

iNN 


there Is a new look 
to the Sunday Buf¬ 
fet now it’s the Sun¬ 
day Family Buffet 
with exciting new 
varieties In food. 
Mom and Dad $2 95 
each, children un¬ 
der 32—$1.00. 

PJ8. Wind np 
Yoar Weekend 
with the Whiners, 
PETE and FERN 
RONDEAU 
at 9 and 12:80 


(DlT. «• DUD) 


IS HERE AGAIN! 

Cootiauous Swimming 

12 Nom H S p.m. 
MONDAY, HOY. II 

tEE: p -~" 


I and <»•*•» JERRY GOSLEY 

Vn* lea Clean fir nirthm? Farttoa attanaiw 

rseaai StMUf la aSraam 

-,niiiniiiniinimiiiiiiiiiiiiimnininiiimimHiiiniimumimimnmnffl 

The Sensational 

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mL fy 

Direct 1 from Mexico ww 
2 Shows Nightly—9 p.m. and 11 p.m. 

• Special Late Night U rur 

Supper Menu. THENEW 


Dancing to Die 
Brothers Forbes. 


EtfPRlS 


ESS 

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MARINE DRIVE 

RESTAURANT 

Operate* by Nnb Ml mua Utoia 

5109 CORDOVA RAY ROAD 

la the Famoua McMorron Cordova Bay Report Area 

SPECIALS FOR THE 
LONG WEEKEND 

Homemade oatmeal bread 
The best batter tarts in Victoria 
Our usual afternoon tea 

PLUS 

Oar fall dinner menu Sat, Son. and Mon. 


DAILY HOT LUNCH SPECIALS 

Including soap, borne-made bread nr, 

end beverage.... 33 


TAKE-OUT SPECIALS 

FAMILY SPECIAL (A) 

10 Pieces Dutch Fried Chicken 
6 Butter Rolls 1 Pint Coleslaw 

1 Pint Potato Salad (or Fries) 

1 Large Fruit Pie or 2 Pints of %M Eft 
Soft Ice Cream.4aOU 

FAMILY SPECIAL (B) 

Same as above but with 12 pieces of $P OC 
chicken and extra chips. 5«faW 

LARGE FAMILY BOX 

14 Pieces of delicious Dutch Fried qf 

Chicken, 6 Butter Rolls_ Wivv 

INDIVIDUAL CHICKEN DINNER 

3 Pieces Chicken, French Fries, $4 A P 
Coleslaw, Beverage, Roll, Dessert I ■GO 


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At The Royal London Wax Museum 

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11 

What A Thrilling Experience for the 
Whole Family and Visiting Friends 

OVER 100 LIFE-SIZE JOSEPHINE 
TUSSAUD WAX FIGURES . 


a Direct from Londea, 
England 


a Magnificently Coo tamed 
and Displayed 


eqo u\tenets 


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SEE 

• The HaD of Famoua People 

• The Enchanted Fairyland 

• The Chamber of Horrors 

Many Other Exciting Scenes and Figures 
including oar newest addition—Ronnie and 
Clyde, the depression era robbers as por¬ 
trayed by Faye Danaway and Warren Beatty. 


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SUNDAYS: 12 Noon to 5:80 pan. 


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Swimming Pool Building, 
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CINEMA 


TILLICUM 


OUTDOOR 


(01 iV 

Eiuilaitii jinn 


FRANK SINATRA 


OHK BAY 

2184 Oil; BAY AVE 
3&J 294 


ss Hot Mill»ons ss 


OHI( B.HV 


MATIN ELS ONLY! SATURDAY 


PARENT TRAP! 


lal[| (Kalanlaf, Victoria, B.C, Saturday, Novtmbtr 9, 1968 


Pistols Not Loaded 


Yarded Out of Bed 


Commandos Reverse Last Suspect Ends 

. • la A 1 JL 

Great Train Run 


VANCOUVER (CP) — Can- massive brain damage and for 
la's foremo at heart transplant tons reason are difficult to find. 
Jrgeon FMday took hi. tech- Virtt * d3y ,di °" 

Equea tnto a hospital lect«e Far potential have 

on and shared Burgfcai room died tor ftaok of dunam In the 
ite that has made him the bve months ekice b* first trans- 

wet eucoessftl Canadian phyri- P*!? 1, “JJv. . J 1 

, ___ He ateo said be turned back 

tan In In ML ^ three donors because there was 

Dr. Pierre GrondSn, chief sur- some doubt about the possibility 
eon at ihe Montreal Heart In- of savrmg tt>eir lives. 

_ ._, ,_. , In each case, they died with- 

itute, gave a heart transplant ^ w ^ mm 

to 300 doctors, nurses -—___ 


wrong, but there must not be a 
shadow of doubt,” he said. 

Dr. Grondto is attending the 
annual c onv ent i on here of Ihe 
Canadian Caidwvasoula^ Soci¬ 
ety which ends today. 


PARIS (UPI) — Two Italians from their seats and pulled out 
waving guns tried to hijack one pistols. 

o£ Aristotle Onassls' airliners They demanded that the pilot 
Friday to protest the Greek turn the plane around and land 
military regime. . at Paris. Then, while the air- 

The Athens-bound Olympic cra ^ swung back toward the 
Airway* jetliner was 13 minutes French capital, the stewardesses 
out <* Farts when the self-pro- were forced to distribute propa- 
claimed '•commandos for E“>da lealieta to the 130 startled 

Greece” suddenly Jumped up pa “ en **™- , 

____ The hijackers, one of them 


Theatre 

Sidney 


TORQUAY, England (Reu¬ 
ters) — Police Friday captured 
the last of the suspects in the 
Great Train Robbery case that 
made criminal history live 
yewre ago. 

The jvortdwade hint ended 


burty, bespectacled Reynolds 
answered the door In night¬ 
clothes, and he and his wife 
were questioned for four hours 
while police searched the house 
for evidence. 

Of 8 m 15 men Bought after the 
robbery, only one, Ronald 
Btg&, 33, la at fange. He was 
me of 12 men Imprisoned for 
the crime Apr* 19, 1966, but he 1 
escaped flrtxn Wandsworth 
prison in London in July, 1965. i 

MONTREAL CASE 

Another gang-leader, Charles 
Frederick Watson, also escaped 
but Older led his reoaphve in a 
■ubwh of Montreal in January. 


Le Coq au Vin 

Authentic French cuisine and 
atmosphere. Lunch, tea and 
dinner. Entertainment by 
Lysette and her Guitar in the 
evening. 

II A.M. to U MIDNTTE 
Clo.ed Sunday and Monday 


fornla college branch in Italy, • vacation apartment in this 
said the passengers were being southwest England coast rest**, 
punished for wanting to go to Hts wife, Frances, and two chfl- 
Greece. That country has been dren were with him. 
ruled by a military Junta since _____ 

April, 1967. ,N COURT 

FRIENDLY FAREWELL ,^ ynD _^ 3 ^ >H "P peaf 

today at Lmdade, about 25 
When the plane landed one of northwest of London, 

the gunmen bid a friendly claBe to ** fiaemhouae where 15 
"goodbye,” then tried to run „****-, hid after hijaefctog a 
away. He was caught by pur- caasgow-Londcn matt train Aug. 
suing passengers. The other 8> 1963( steaMr^ £2,500,000 
man gave up without a fight in banknotes. Qtfiy £337,000 has 
Police said later the guns and recovered, 
grenades the pair had carried The toot was then worth about 
were not loaded. 37,500,000. 

Last Wednesday another Friday's wrest was a tr*un*h 
Olympic Sight was grounded for ft* the tenacity of Chief Siver- 
five hours in Paris while auth- intendent Tarrvny Butler, 56,1 


8:80 tonight 1:00 
NINE IN THE 
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By DON COLLINS 

They were aB there Friday 
— together, yet not together. 

There was the troubled 
women who could no longer 
hold back the tears ... the 
the fragile, rilent 18-year-old 
girt who refuses to say why 
she would want to steal a la¬ 
crosse ball . . . the bitter 
young father who said he 
kicked in a door because he 
was worried about his chil¬ 
dren. 


It was just another day In 
Central Magistrate's Court 
and these three people — 
strangers to one another — 
were part of a cast of char¬ 
acters In the real-Ufa drama 
that some times unfolds before 
Magistrate Wiliam Oetler. 

it -k * 

It is the kind of drama that 
can be seen and felt even an 
days when the courtroom has 
no big crimes to deal with. 
No well-known personalities. 
No evidence ot brutality. 

It often involves little peo¬ 


ple caught in a tangle of 
troubles that are enormous to 
them selves, of concern to the 
court, but trivial on the sur¬ 
face to the passerby. 

* * ★ 

But here's how it was be¬ 
neath the surface for three 
of the little people: 

The trodbted woman was be¬ 
fore the magistrate because 
she had driven while her li¬ 
cence was under suspension. 
She was appealing for sen¬ 
tence. 


Moments before court be¬ 
gan she sat In the second row, 
her head bowed, eyes closed, 
tears running down her 
cheeks. 

An inlet-standing lawyer, 
Dermod Oweo-FVxxi, quietly 
, and effectively won the right 
to have the woman remanded 
for psychiatric examination. 

★ * it 

She was not crying now. 
But her face was strained. 
Who would do her work for 
her while she was away? Who 
would care for ber children 7 


Ever eo patiently, Magis¬ 
trate Ostler tried to explain 
to the women that it might 
be better lor ber to go to hos¬ 
pital then to jaO. But her fears 
could not be removed. And 
eventually Be wet taken off 
to Royal Jubilee Hospital. 

* * * 

The small unsmiling teen¬ 
ager with long light brown 
hair took the secret of the la¬ 
crosse belt with ber when ehe 
left the court after being 
placed on suspended sentence 
add probation for a year. 


It was the price rite must 
pay for taking e 65-cact la¬ 
crosse ball from Capital Iron 
and Metals lid. 

it it ★ 

In an earlier appearance 
she offered no explanation 
when the magistrate arited 
about the theft. 

The young lather, charged 
with wlriul damage, drew te>th 
sympathy and advice from the 
magistrate when ha said be 
broke lbs fount door of a 
Saanich house to an attempt 


to talk to Ms estranged wife. 

He said ha wanted to talk 
to her about the welfare of 
their children. But she 
wouldn’t see him. 

* j* * 

Magistrate Ostler under¬ 
stood why the man had acted 
as be did—why toe re was a 
tone of defeat to the man's 
voice when ha -tried to stand 
before the court and tell his 
personal story. 

•It’s non* of my btotoess, 
hut l can't trip commenting," 


■aid Mag is h- ato Ostler, "It is 
« moat trauma tip experience 
for children." 

Ha arid the children, being 
kept to an crpbanege, could 
be rutoad for Mfe, 

♦ * * 

Ha told the man be sym¬ 
pathised with Mm. But be¬ 
cause of the guBty plea he 
fined him $25 or Ore days and 
advised him to “knock an the 
door of* the family and chil¬ 
dren's service, instead, next 


r 30 


LOCAL NEWS 


SECOND NEWS SECTION 


t Bail® &irlmttest 


(ESTABLISHED U8S) 


VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1968 


CLASSIFIED 


PAGE TWENTY-ONE 


,000 for Island 


Tourist Year 
4 One of Best' 


By A. H. MURPHY A strong supporter of a con¬ 

vention centre for Victoria, Mr. 

The dust ha* settled, the re- j^ng the months of sprung 
port* are in, and it’s been a and fall were the times when 
$52,000,000 season—and that's as business community gath- 

. ,_, . _. , ered for its annual rites and 

good as Victoria has ever had, 

Michael Heppell, director of the 
Victoria Visitors Bureau, said 
Friday, 

The season started late and IVinlmlcAll 

the weather wasn’t the best, 1 1 lvIIl/IuUII 

added Mr. Heppell. but the 

momentum built up by years of Af O • 

promotion along with Victoria’s 1 IT NCI11 ft 

natural assets, bore fruit and 

toe visitors came in droves. , . . , „ __ , , 

Lieutenant-Governor John 

“Wa had 28,752 inquiries at the Saanich Senior Citizens 
toe bureau in August this year Dec. 8, Mayor Hugh Curtis an 
compared to 28,056 in the Bame The $139,000 building on 
month in 1967. In 19 nights in should be completed a few 
August we had to billet people mayor-said, 
in private homes," he said. Planning and constructior 

TOURIST TOTAL mittee of council ^nd citizer 

„ , . , . „ .._, . .00 The centre wilr- be made 

Hebased his estimates of $80,- ^ sj , ver ^ 

000 000 ?> community events as weU. 

couver Island on provincial gov- _ 

errtment anR transportation coo- ■BOSMBBBSnan 
pany, figure*, adding that an ap¬ 
praisal-of 65 per cent of that 

*• to Vlc ‘ Witt for City Alderman 

Lloyd Larson, proprietor of 

v - 

and Motels Association, agreed * ■ x a ma 

it was a good season but said ■ .1 1 I ] “! 

it could be much better if 15 VF J 

days to a month could be tacked 
on to both ends. 

wvatmith hale Kaaith club operator, Ova 

WEATHER SALE W i tt became the first new 

"We have good weather here contender Friday in next 
in June and normally have good month 's clvic Section, 
weather in September and Oc- ^ witt, * frequent ate 
t*«r. Ttei weetoer is what we at cjty oainM 

have to tell. July end August ^ ^ gaid ^ win 

committed month, and no maJtt ^ for pubUo 

one to the indttt^has to worry ^ ^ ^ 

too much about them. However,_. * M 

1 x 1 both end* of the season we fn * nIc *** IUon - 

.. . ,. , „„ Two aldermen now on court- 

°JSL r? J oil. Lioyd OartTO, m Hugh 
,”7^1 ' Ramsiy/hav. announced they 

2' _ . , will not run again, and their 

KenOC<h will be up tor contest, 

manager, thought the “down- it it * 

town people" did all right this ^ others> <><* Pam * 

y ear - and Percy Framptan, will 

MOST HOTELS again stand for election. 

“The season started slowly Mr. Witt was born in Den- 
but it gathered momentum end mark and at various times has 
I think most hotels dad as well worked as a trock driver, a 
or better than in previous structural steelworker, a hotel 
years. I haven’t heard any com- manager, a salesman and a 

plaints," Mr. King said. logger. 


Victoria was ideally suited for 
meetings—if it had a place to 
accommodate delegates. If it 
didn’t said Mr. King, it might 
j as well forget that aspect of the 
I accommodation Industry. 


Nicholson at Opening 
Of Seniors’ Centre 

Lieutenant-Governor John Nicholson will officially open 
the Saanich Senior Citizens Activity Centre at'2:30 p.m. 
Dec. 8, Mayor Hugh Curtis announced Friday.* 

The $139,000 building on Hampton Road at Tillicum 
should be completed a few days before the opening, the 
mayor-said. 

Planning and construction was guided by a joint com¬ 
mittee of council [and citizens under Aid. Edith Gunning. 

The centre wimbe made available for activities of the 
Greater Victoria Silver Threads program and for other 
community events as well. 


Shattering 

Scene 

Floodlit 

Streetlamp a till Illuminate* 
road at Bonuide and Grange 
about B:3B p.m. Friday after 
Its base waa shared off by a 
late model car. Saanich police 
identified car’s lone occupant 
as Daniel Pang, 2B1 Sinclair 
Road who waa nalnjured. — 
(Jim Ryan) 


Council Kace Tipens 


Health club operator, Ova 
Witt became the first new 
contender Friday in next 
month’s civic election. 

Mr. Witt, a frequent at¬ 
tendee at city oouncti meet¬ 
ings this year, said he will 
make his first try for public 
office by running for alder- 
manic position. 

Two aldermen now on coun¬ 
cil, Lloyd Clarkson and Hugh 
Ramsay, have announced they 
will not run again, and their 
seats will be up for contest. 
* it it 

Two others, Cecil Parrott 
and Percy Framptan, will 
again stand for election. 

Mr. Witt wa* born In Den¬ 
mark: and at various times has 
worked as a truck driver, a 
structural steelworker, a hotel 
manager, a salesman and a 
logger. 


Ten years ago he opened a 
health club at the Strathcona 
Hotel and he has operated it 
ever since. 

He wa* a prominent news¬ 
maker in the mid-50* when 
he was trainer and manager 
of Bert Thomas, the first man 
to swim the Strait of Juan de 
Fuca, and of Ben Laughren, 
the first Victorian to make the 
cross channel swim. 

★ ★ ★ 

Mr. Witt, in announcing his 
candidacy, said he had no 
specific platform aimed at 
winning votes. But he said he 
would aim to be "the acces¬ 
sible alderman, one who wculd 
be a bridge between the pub¬ 
lic and the city.” 

And he said one of his 
aims would be to improve 
recreational facilities in the 
city- 


Indians’ Project Stalled 


Everybody for Trailers 
Except Those Next Door 


By NANCY BROWN 

• The Indians' first attempt to 
develop their own lands and 
help solve the area's housing 
problem has been jammed by 
Dr. J. L. M. Whitbread, senior 
metropolitan health officer. 

A trailer park on Songhees 
Indian land on Oaigflower 
Road ha* been under fire from 
some Esquimau panhandle 
neighbor* who petitioned' the 
municipal council this week 
to change the pattern of de¬ 
velopment on the reserve "be¬ 
fore it is too late.” 

Construction on the sewered 
trailer park site ha* been 
stopped until question* raised 
by Dr. Whitbread have been 
nnnvered, park developer 
Glen Kemp, confirmed Fri¬ 
day. 

Homes Sold 

As a remit, some trailers 
have been given temporary 
unsewered site* further along 
Craigflower Road, he said. 

“We had already sold trail¬ 
ers and people had sold their 
j homes and had to go some¬ 
where so we’ve set them up 


Rare Visit 

Cubans 

Wont 


—'William g. Jots 

Skipper Gomes Pianos lights up Havana next to Che Guevara portrait 


The first Cuban ship 16 dock 
in Victoria in many years, 
tied up at Ogden Point Friday 
to unload 300 tons of fresh- 
frozen adbaoore tuna. 

Capt. J. A. Gomez Pianos, 
master of the 17,000-ton 
freighter, received reporters 
brusquely on Friday evening 
but later relented and con¬ 
sented to pone fo r a Dally 
Colonist photographer. 

★ ★ ★ 

George Dawson, an officer 
of King Brothers Ltd., Shipping 
agents, said the freighter 
picked up the tuna in the Fiji 
Islands, Her main cargo, he 
•aid, was 10,000 tons at sugar, 
loaded at Cuba for Japan. 

Capt. Gomez, who spoke 
some English, declined to 
dommmt on any subject 


there until we can continue 
with our original plan,” he 
said. 

“I’ve invested between $55,- 
000 and $65,000 into this pArT, 
because the Indians couldn't 
get money on their own,” he 
said. 

"As soon as I've retrieved 
this money, in two or three 
years, I shall pull out and the 
Indians will have full control.” 

“If getting Hie money for 
them is ao bad, when nobody 
else would do it, Td like to 
know why," he added. 

Too Lax 

“The only problem here is 
that our forefathers were too 
lax to their immigration 
laws," said trailer park owner 
Chief John Albany. 

“If they had had tough im¬ 
migration laws the white peo¬ 
ple would be paying tax to us, 
asking our permission to de¬ 
velop our lands and travelling 
an our passports." 

Only the Indian has control 
over reserve lands, and we've 
been told to develop for our¬ 
selves. 

“Now that we're doing this 
we’re aU wrong. 

“I’m serving notice now 
that the Indian is tired of 
getting bead* and wampum 
while tile white man sit* in 
the middle getting the profits.” 

Moved Back r ' 

He said the Songhees band 
had turned dowte recommen¬ 
dations of a, *1966 planning 
study becattse toe Indiana 
would have been moved from 
their homes to the back of toe 
reserve while big developers 
subdivided and made huge 
profits. 

It is possible that Esquiraalt 
municipality could stymie de¬ 
velopment at a meeting sched¬ 
uled for Wednesday, by saying 
that toe Esquimalt sewer 
main* cannot cope with the 
additional trailer park flow 
and stm hope to service the 
panhandle. 

The portion of the sewer Hne 
that runs through toe reserve 
land wa* paid for by toe In¬ 
dian Affairs department. 

The Songhees effort at self- 
help was supported by Greater 
Victoria Chamber of Cora- 


Esquimalt Chamber to see 
stoat help we can give in sol¬ 
ving any problems (hat may 
arise. 

"Vihoria has been too albw 
in considering mobile homes 
as a solution to the housing 
problem. 

“They offer good low-cost 
housing to many people, and 
have received widespread ac¬ 
ceptance in the United States, 
where they resemhle small 
towns and are very attrac¬ 
tive.” 

He said fear* that trailer 
park tenants will receive free 
services oan be dealt with 
easfly by legislation, perhaps 
along toe lines of asking fop' 
grants in Heu of taxes as the 
federal government give* mu¬ 
nicipalities from their lands. 

Esquknalt Chamber presi¬ 
dent Ron Perry said he Is 
personally behind Chief Albany 
and the project. 

First Class 

“He’s receiving a-very favor¬ 
able deal from the developers, 
who are operating on a cost- 
plus basis. He will shortly own 
the pork outright and be reap* 
mgahandsome dividends from 
otoat is, after aM, very valu¬ 
able property close to the dty 
centre. 

He said the developers em¬ 
ployed first class canstroettoo 


engineers to plan the site and 
have gone out of their way to 
comply with aB federal and 
provincial regulations. - 

From Ottawa, EsquUnalt- 
Saanich MP David Anderson 
said he is all for the develop¬ 
ment. 

“We’ve been asking the In¬ 
dian to make use of his own 
land, and now toot it's happen¬ 
ing it toouldn't be stopped,” 
he said. 

Can't Fail 

Tsartlip chief Philip Paul 
said the success of toe Song- 
bees plan is a matter at prin¬ 
ciple with the Indian Federa¬ 
tion. 

“What happen* here could 
affect every Indian vfilage 
and reserve as it straggles 
to make ftjfi use of its—own 
land,” Her saM. 

“We can't set a precedent 
ot failure." 

Dr. Whitbread refosed to 
comment. 

A leading petitioner, Ken 
Richmond, 666 Treebank, said 
he couldn’t talk on the tele¬ 
phone because he had com¬ 
pany. 

“No matter what Wnd.of a 
story you write, whether you 
have our aide or not, sod no 
matter what happens next, it 
won't be the end of it,” he 
promised. 


Should Help 

“Instead of looking for flaws 
we should do all we can to 
encourage this development," 
commented president dare 
Copeland. 

“We are working with toe 


Seen 

In 

Passing 

Doreen Turner with a basketball 
painted to resemble a world 
globe. (She Is the "den mother” 
of the Victoria Chinooks basket¬ 
ball team, arid lives at 2405 
Dunlevy Street, with her hus¬ 
band, Harold, who k genera] 
manager of the team. Their 
three childreh are also con¬ 
nected with the team. Mm is 
the ooach, Barry I* e guard, and 
Doana la a cheer-leader. Dor- 
eea*a hobble* are sports and 
gardening.) . . . Ke* Stoke* 
losing et bowling . . . Bob Reid 
waiting for his pet chameleon to 
change from green to red . . . 
Nlam Larsen declining to walk 
In the rain because it’s too wet 
. . . Win Hinton describing some 
wacky thing on the ocean floor 
a* a nervous wreck . 


Doreen 


Court’s Understanding Extends to All 


JC - ’ • . . ’ \ . ...» 

Lacrosse Ball , Tears and Angry Father 



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22 Bills (SolonW. Victoria, B.C., Saturday, November 9, 1968 


By 7&clc Tippit 


Russian-Born Revolution 


Protest Fashionable 


By Dorothy Wrotnowski 


FLORENCE, Italy (Reu¬ 
ter*) — Fashion models, dad 
in gold and river-lame cat 
suits decorated wfith Christ¬ 
ina* tree baubles, staged the 
woiid's moat elegant protest 
demonstration Thursday. 

They marched tttrough the 
Palazm Plttl holding gdd and 
silver banners during the 
showing of the Italian ready- She said the Florence show, 
to-wear collections in protest in which each house is 
over the alleged Inadequate allowed to show only about 10 
facilities tor the show. models, is not a suitable way 

to present off-the-peg collec¬ 
tions which usually number 
more than 100 outfits. 

All the designers have 
standi at ,the Palazzo Strozzi 
where they can negotiate 
sale* and contracts with buy¬ 
ers, but the parades take 
place in the Palaz» Pittl. 


The protest was organized 
by designer Princess Irene 
Galltzine who sent her models 
into the Palazzo to announce 
that her off-the-peg collection 
would be shown at the nearby 
Palazzo Storzzi rather than 
with the other collections. 


The see-through look made printed chiffon blouse with 
its timid Italian debut in the matching pants and had a 
collections of Rome designers scarf which scarcely con- 
Barocco and Lancetti, who cealed the bosom. 

showed transparent chiffon _— 

blouses with nothing but the 
model underneath. rsS 

Barocco's see-through lldjl . ' 

blouse was in white chiffon WWMUjfllUSZfiBB 
under the bolero of an at- 
home trouser suit in a grey 
snake-sldn print. 

Lancetti's 


The inaugural flight of Japan Airlines from 
Tokyo to Vancouver has been made and members 
of Japanese travel industry on the initial flight 
were in Victoria all day Friday. 

Travelling from Vancouver • 

by ferry, they were given a 
i tour of Butchart Gardens in . . , 

, the morning, a luncheon at g* 1 ** ™ iS* 1 

the Empress and tour, of the *~5* r and ***** *“ 

’ city in the afternoon before lunch «*«***' 

returning to Vancouver. Mrs. Medde and I wei 

There was also airline per- sticking fairly close togethf 
■onnel from both Hong Kong *® “P until the actoj 
and Bangkok along as guests luntoeon and the appearanc 
of JAL. The planes will make of the ric airline stewardess 
stops at both these cities on ** the orfy women i 

twice-weekly flights to Van- < * le bell room. Oowda rf mei 
oouver. Alaa Field, general mam 

• I learned this at tiie ger. Western United Stats 
i luncheon given by the Cana- and Pacific area lor th 
| than Government Travel Canadian Travel Bureau, we 

• Bureau for the visitors. Mike boat at the affair. He Is quit 
' Ml kora who is district man- enthused about aoqulrin 
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in a romantic, reconditioned 
Irish stable every day. 

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accidental creation of Heather 
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pure Irish at all. -Jack Cohare 
is Irish American and the two 
met at a' New York cocktail 
party. After their marriage 
they migrated to Ireland 
where they bought Holly Park 
and started their knitting 
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The protest was preceded 
by a long wait during which 
the audience fidgeted and 
coughed, not knowing that the 
prinoesi and officials were 
battling behind the scenes. 

‘T had to fight; they didn’t 
want me to go on,’’ she said 
after. 


Mayor Hugh Stephen 

welcomed the visitors and 
spoke of the shortened travel¬ 
ling time between the two 
countries which wmtid enable 
the people of both to gel to 
know each other better. 

Mayor Stephen also said 
that 15 or 16 years ago he 
would have made his welcome 
speech in Japanese. He dM 
apeak a few words In Japa¬ 
nese which made the visitors, 
I presume, laugh with him. 

Ronald Worley, deputy min¬ 
ister of travel industry, also 
spoke briefly. He made a 
noble try to get everyone to 
sing Happy Birthday for 
YMhlda Chleko, one of the 
visitor, from Tokyo. 


banquet in the Crystal Ball¬ 
room of the Empress Hotel 
Friday evening. 

Mrs. Robert Orange of 
Sudbury, Qnt., national presi¬ 
dent of the Canadian Federa¬ 
tion of University Women, 
was a sped bA guest and 
speaker of the evening. 

Mrs. Orange who came west 
for the diamond year celebra¬ 
tions has also visited other 
clubs In B.C. Before arriving 
here Thursday Mis. Orange 
visited the Nanaimo Club. 

Mrs. R. D. Barrett of Port 
Albemj, who stil maintains 
her membership in the Vic¬ 
toria Club, drove Mia. Outage 
from Nanaimo and toe visitor 
was impressed by views' on 
the Malahat “Quite apec- 
Victoria Unive rsity taciiar — a magnificent view. 
Women’s Club celebrated its Every day that I have been in 
diamond anniversary at a B.C I’ve seen mountains.” 


None of this byplay has 
nibbed off on the HoOy Park 
colection, which is only a 
year nkl but going strong over 
here. The Gohanes and the 
Knight of Glin are Just back 
Cram a swing across the 
country where they placed 
them In eftmnat every big 
store. 

Heather Cohane wll be In 
Bon wit Teller this week show¬ 
ing the clothes end probably 
wearing her favorite long, 
Mack pullover with three 
white bands at the 1 bottom, 
and the same bands on the 
cuffis of Die wide slacks. 

Honly Park came out with 
wldedegged alack, and long 
lops- a year ago. They were 
the idea of Louise de la 
Falatee Fitz-GeraSd who. like 
her mother, Maxhne, has a 
special esp. about fashion. 
That time ahe was too pre- 


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In Ireland everybody knows 
everybody and all about them, 
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Desmond FitzGerald, the 
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one cf the world's oldest, had 
Joined the firm along with his 
American wife, Louise de la 
Falaise. 

Th* next thing you know the 
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order to humanize society, 

Mrs. Orange says. 

Born in Cobalt In Northern 
Ontario, ahe went to Sudbury 
with her parents In 1996. She 
received most of her schooling 
in the Sudbury area and later 
attended the University of 
Toronto for a year, taking her 
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Mrs. Orange taught echo*! 
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Women with their special 
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deeper compassion and poetic 
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Grade 7 at home, Mrs. Carroll 
W. Brewster (Mary) is a 
social worker in Bethany, 

Conn., and Patricia in her 
third year at honors French at 
Carieton University in 
Ottawa. 

Seated at the head table 
with Mrs. Orange were Mina 
Jessie Cfcaoelman of White 
Rook, vice-preikteflt of the 
F e d e ration at University 
Women in the West, Mrs. J. 

L. Andrews, provincial direc¬ 
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Victoria Qyb; Mrs. J. A. 

Bervixi, president of the Chil¬ 
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Redmoad, Vancouver Chib 
president; Mrs. J. M. Pearce, 

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Mra. J. W. McQammoa, Vic¬ 
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Forbes, honorary members, 
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There win be one familiar 
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Cecil Clark, one of the hardest 
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I 


Ann 

Landers 


lattR (Eolonllt victoria, B.C., Saturday, November 9, 1968 



Family Plucks Mother from Politics 


Dear Ann Landers: Today is my 25th wedding 
anniversary. I just read the letter from the an¬ 
guished wife who stumbled over her husband and 
her younger sister in the backyard. Your advice to 
send the sister packing and never mention the af¬ 
fair again was perfect. 

I hope the woman has the • 

courage to follow it. Perhaps 

my own experience will give divorce, she said, “Are you 


her added strength. 


going to divorce a man you 


Twenty years ago I also love, give up your home, your 
stumbled over my husband, place in the community and 
only it wasn't my sister he deprive your children of a 
was with, it was my very father because of a cheap 
closest friend. The occasion little tramp?" Mother then 
was a 4th July outing and we told me of a similar incident 
were picnicking in the hills. involving my own devoted 
1 was shocked and filled father. They had been mar- 
with anger and grief- When I tied less than three years 
told my mother the next when she caught him with a 
morning I was filing for neighbor. 

Smile Painted on Face 


After we both had a good 
cry, I pulled my shoulders 
back, painted a smile on my 
face, and that was the end of 
my divorce plans. 

My husband and I have had 
a wonderful marriage — some 
tears, many laughs and five 
beautiful children. When I 
think of how close I came to 
destroy!^ it all, I shudder. 
Easy to forgive a cheating 
husband and never mention it 
again? No —- it was the 
hardest thing I’ve ever had to 
do in my life, but it paid huge 
dividends. — VICTORIA. 

Dear Vic: Your letter was 
about the 100th I received 
with the same message. I 
didn't realize that so many 
wives had stumbled over their 
husbands in - the past 25 years. 
Thanks to all who wrote and 
cheers for the victors. The 
following letter strengthens 
your your case, girls. Read 
on. 

□ 

Dear Ann Landers: I never 
though I’d write to you but 
that letter from the woman 
who caught her husband with 
her younger sister was my 
story only it wasn’t my sister 
It was my niece. 

My husband swore it would 
never happen again. 

He begged me to forgive 
him just as the husband of the 
woman who wrote, but I was 
ao bitter and so incapable of 
swallowing my pride that I 
could think of nothing but 
getting even. I filed for 
divorce even though my three 
children begged me not to. 


Lovelier You 


Even after the divorce, my 
husband tried for two years to 
win me back but I refused to 
have anything to do with him. 
All I wanted was to hurt him 
more. 

Finally, he gave up and 
married a lovely young widow 
with a small child. He has 
made a new life for himself 
and I am a lonely and 
miserable woman who allowed 
her foolish stubbomess and 
lack of humility to ruin her 
life. 

If you think there’s a lesson 
here for others, print my 
letter, Arm. Sign me — 

RIVER OF TEARS. 

Dear Team: I do and I will. 
Thank you for writing. 


By NANCY BROWN 

Sidney v s only woman aider- 
man, Mrs. Norma Sealey, win 
not run for office in Decem¬ 
ber. 

She wants to get re¬ 

acquainted with her family, 
she says. 

She will leave with a 

parting wash that more 
women would take municipal 
and school office. 

"I expect to be back when 
my children are older and 
they have interests outside the 
family,” she said. 

★ ★ ★ 

"I ttiink women tend to 

d o wngrade themselves by 
leaving community decisions 
entirely up to men.” 

During her two-year term 
Aid. Sealey has been chair¬ 
man of committees for rec¬ 
reation, health and welfare, 
school liaison and parks. 

She worked on the centen¬ 
nial committee and this year 
organized Sidney's first play¬ 
ground program. 

She represented council on 
several community commit¬ 
tees and tocfc a special 
interest in organizing pro¬ 
grams for young people. 

★ ★ * 

“I’ve enjoyed the work, but 
It hasn't been fair to my 
family, and I’ve missed a lot 
of time when I should have 
been with them," she said. 

Mrs. Sealey has three Chil¬ 
dren — girls of seven and 
nine, and a six-year-old son. 

^ "Of course I could have got 
"by with less work, but I’m not 
made that way. 

“I’d just as soon stay out of 
something altogether if I don't 



Sealey 


have the time to do a 
thorough jcfo.” 

"I suppose, too, that I put 
more emphasis on background 
because I know that if I didn't 
base everything on fact, then 
any of my opinions could be 
dismissed as emotional by the 
other aldermen. 

★ ★ ★ 

"You know there Is still a 
certain reserve on the part of 
the men when a woman joins 
their deliberations.” 

Mrs. Sealey said several 
other women in public office 
feed this same reserve and are 
inclined to do more homework 
than their fellow aldermen. 

“Anyway, I can’t see what’s 
wrong with a little emotion as 


long as it is based on reason,” 
said Mrs. Sealey. 

“We’re dealing with human 
beings and their lives, and we 
should be emotional — that’s 
why we elect people to 
govern m e n t and not 
machines.” 

In her brief time in office 
Mrs. Sealey has left her mark 
■ on council. 

At a recent meeting as 
Pijrka chairman she launched 
into a disgusted description c< 
the state of Sidney’s parks — 
an action which quickly sent 
public works crews out to 
clean up the debris. 

* ★ * 

Again, as routine estimates 
far roads were being received, 
she threw up her own road¬ 
block, recalling a far lower 
estimate few the same work. 
That one is still under Inves¬ 
tigation. 

"The only thing I regretted 
about the parks report was 
that I hadn't consulted my 
daughter before I spoke, 

"She’s only nine, but we 
normally do talk about things. 
This time she didn't know 
what I was doing until she 
read It in the Colonist — then 
she came up with several 
points I had missed but should 
have know about.” 

★ ★ ★ 

Despite missing their 
mother’s tkne, the children 
ere proud of her. 

"I've been surprised," said 
Mrs. Seafley. "I didn’t expect 
them to notice anything 
except that I wasn’t home. 

“My oldest daughter ie a 
budding politician. 


"She gets up first every 
morning so that she can get 
the paper, and if there’s a 
report of my activities she’s 
right there with her opinion.” 

Mrs. Sealey feels council 
work is an ideal way for a 
woman with older children to 
contribute to her community. 


“As the children get older 
they take less and less of 
their mother's time, but many 
women still fed they shouldn’t 
take a hiH-time Job away 
from home. 

“ate has many hours In the 
daytime when she could get in 
some background work with¬ 
out cutting into family needs 
too much. Especially if her 
children are oki enough to do 
their own ironing." 


Mrs. Sealey won't be retir- put my house In order, I shall 
ing from community life have quite a few Irens in the 
altogether in December. fire — but they won’t be as 

“Once I've had a rest and time-consuming as council.” 


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emergency, you wouldn’t ask. 

We’ve realized for a long time, that when 
somebody gets sick, mother is usually the first 
one them, W$M built-in sense of urgency that 
women seem to have. * 

And our deliv^boyf tave that kind of un¬ 
derstanding in^Bby^ en(s because every 
one of th 
mothers. 


Remember last year, during the flu epidemic, 
when the snpw was up to your knees? Every 
single one of our prescriptions got through. And 
most of our girls had to work 15 to 18 hours a 
day to do it. 

That's loyalty even we didn't expect. 

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VICTORIA PRAYER fiROUP 

(Undenominational I 

Wednesday, Nov. IS—S p.m. 
Dominion Hotel 

“THE HEALING TOUCH" 

Open to AH 


Men’s Club Operating 
Delicatessen Stall 

Knox Presbyterian Church Men’s Club will 
take charge of a delicatessen stall at this year’s 
Panhandle Bazaar In the church from 2 to 4 p.m. 
Nov. 16. The ladies will sell home baking, needle¬ 
work and candy. 


XIXHDAV. November 11*. TUI p.m. 
NKWStKAn HAUL, 714 Tort t*ree» 

ISRAEL AND THE NEW TESTAMENT 

Mr. Wra. Tartar 

Bookfoom. 7J8 Fort Street. opeta Weelcdays 
11 a.m. to 1 p.m. 

Visitors Welcome 


REALITY—CHRIST 
Mmaifnatation or 
(acnrnntloa 
FOR FREE PHAMLET 
White P.O. Box 472. Victoria 


MAJOR and MRS. J. WOOD 
Corpn Office™ 
tonight at « a’eteok 


BRmiH-ISRAEL WORLD FEDERATION 

(Canada) 

mm PUBLIC MEETING 

V^/ Sunday Afternoon, Nov. I Mb, at S p.m. 
Nijh Dominion Room, Dominiiai Hotel 
Mr. Frank Hall 

IMAEL-lftlTAIN—If Torn «f Apt) nl Tira^l" 

Radio touadcasts every Heardsy. it tun. 18:13 am. KARI 1900) 


nwa at RUinuD 
Sunday School—• :4fi a.m. 

11:00 a.m—Breaking of 
Bread 

7:39 p.m. 

“Christ’s Cross—-To 
Mankind, Foolishness?” 

C. Soobelen 


SUNDAY 

1:43 aid.—S unday School and 
Bible dan 

UiOtam.—Hoiiaeaa Masting 
f:B0 p.m.—Salvation Marline and 

•pedal charm sing led by 
Band!man Stan Martin 

Wednesday— 

7:00pm._Prayrt and Bible study 
Salvation U not TRY, but TRUST: 
It ll IW LABOR, biK LOOK I 


Youth Activities 
One Task Here 


rwi&oi... 

Rev. H. I. Hare 

• Baae Chaplain 
C.F.B. Esquimau 

O Delayed broad cart CKJDA— 
7:00 p.m. 

7:99 p.m. 

In the Chapel 

“If I Shew Yta a Rata 
—An Aivtafnra 
In Praita" 

Rev. Robert J D Morria 


A man who made 


many 

friends when he was assistant 
priest at St. Mary’s Anglican 
Church, Oak Bay, in 1948-49, has 
died in Louisville, Ky. 

Rev. Frederick A. Springbom, 

61, a native of London, England, 

Is survived, by his wife, Lillian 
•in Louisville and a brother in 
Holland, 

“He was well-known in Vic¬ 
toria for his work, interest and 
ooncern in post-war human 
problems and in activities in- Mr. Spring bom was past' 
valving the youth of the com- president of the CbSege of 
munity," a famHy friend said Chaplains; chairman of 
Friday. Christian social relations and 

.. uiuinvtRv member of (he executive coun- 

AS MISSIONARY «, <* the Episcopal diocese of 

Mr. Sprlntfjpra.first came to [gwimny. He «u in active 
Canada as ^snlsstonmry to the member of the Lounvile Minis- 1 


CHRISTIAN SCIENCE 


which gave eight special 
selected high school graduates 
eight weeks at study and work 
in the hospital. They were not 
■ paid but roam and board was 
provided. Many of these young 
I people have since become 
! doctors, nurses and social 
workers. 

1 PAST PRESIDENT 


t:4S a.m.— Sunday Schnool 
11:00 Am.—Worship Service 
T OO p.m.—Evening Service 
Rev. Norman Falk. TTlB. 


Elevator Available 
SUNDAY SERVICES 
U:00 in. ul 1:10 p.m. 

Subject: 

- "ADAM AND 
FALLEN MAN” 

Sunday ScJml, 11 :M a.m. 

TaMmuBy Martini 
Wednesday. liOB am. 

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ALL ARB WELCOME 


HtmOUR •! BLAN8HARD STS. 

ARMISTICE SUNDAY MEMORIAL SERVICES 

II:M t.a.-Uinlaf fonr. 

Antkenv "Where the Light Forever Shtoeth" 
hMi -THE rnwci OF PEACE NPEAKS TO OS" 

Bishop Deny. A. G. lUnkllor. MA. DD 
7:1* *.m.—Rvaads* HemeriU. 

Stnaei “A mnlNO place FROM THE WIND" 

The Bishop 

The Church Will be epee qn Monday Kir privet* prayer et 10i*Q am 

hill Set _ 

MSTTGR8 CORDIALLY WELCOMED 


(For the circulation- of Protestant or 
uncorrupted verelaea of the Word of 
God. Founded mi) 

A PebUr Meeting of the above 
•ortely will be held an Tanadar, 
Navamhea IKS el S p.m. la 
CENTRA!. BAPTIST CHURCH 


H:ea a.m. 

Rememhrsare Service 

“WHY REMEMBER!” 

Rev. H. A. Hditinwr 
Command Chaplain (P) 
Maritime Foreea Peclfle 

7:*' p.m. 

A Panel Discussion on 
“CREEDS” 

Thom Participating: . .. 
Rev. Albert E. King 
Rev. E. Laura Butler 
Rev. Robert Moaeg 
Mr. Jack Balnea, eotolH 


REV. TERENCE H. BROWN 

Secretary of the Trinitarian Bible 
Society, London, England will be 


City and District Churches 


VICTORIA GOSPEL CHAPEL 
135 Pandora Avenue 


LUTHERAN CHURCH OF 
THE CROSS 

Cedar Kill and £edW H1U CrWMaad 
Alfred J. C. Johnson, pastor, 47748*1 
18:13 a. bu—S unday School. Children 
and aflutti. 

33:00 %.m.—Divine worsAl* service 
The Cherch Where FsrafiJrs Worship 
Together 


11:9 Am-The Lord's Sep**. 
7t« >.m-OOaPIL SERVICE 
nun: MR. JUT ALLEN 
WBDHZaDATl fc(M P.M. MttRONA 


tvaitgellrsl Lutheran Choreh of Canada 
(E.L.C.C.—formerly ALC.) 
Vlsltora Welcome 


CENTENNIAL 

UNITED CHI TECH 


GRACE ENGLISH 
LUTHERAN CHURCH, L.C.A. 

1271 Fori 9L MS-IH 

lAcraee Bam Central Junior High) 
Pastor Rev David H iwwr 
OrgMdat: Mrs Rum Jones 

The Baity Ssreloa _1:H a.m. 

amdv Cboreb School —.10:10 am. 

The SERVICE . U:00 ana. 

1 wen glad When they said to me: U 
us eo ink) the House of the Lord!" 
visitor! tt> vfaterta are Walcoqjal 


Wed., Nov. IStb—8 p.m. 
'Urban Renewal in Vlctorli 

Organist end Director of Music: 
Mr. Erik Lythgoe 


HOPE LUTHERAN CHURCH 

(MISSOURI SYNOD) 
ltk Carries St. et Dean Ave. 

The Rev. L, M. Carlson. pastor, KS-S7S4 
Sunday School end 

Bible elass ... S:4S a ra. 

Dlelne worship —..11:00 a.m. 

A cbwefr of 'The Lutheran Hour" end 
"This U the Lit* ' 


THE CHURCH OF 

ST. AIDAN 

(UaMad Chereh at Oaenda) 


EMMANUEL BAPTIST 


Rev. Norman K. Archer, BJD., A.L.B.C 

• :M a.m. 

“FACING TODAY’S WORLD” 


Two Sunday Schools 
Two Church Services 
9:30 and 11:00 a.m. 
“LOYALTY” 

hic, 7 p.m. 


QUADRA BIBLE CHAPEL | 

Tains Is A»a end Jackson 8L 
Soeday: 

■:4* a m.—Sunday gchoaL 
13:M am.—FamHy HMe Hour and 

Gomel terries * peaker, Mr 
Artnw RJufeielgh, missionary 
Iron Xlblapla. 

7:01 p.m.—The Lord's Supper. 

Wednesday: 

7:45 p.m.—Fraysr end Bible study. 


OPEN DOOR SPIRIT'Da£«T CHUtci. 
1100 Cook. Sunday. 1:30, Jtrtr, DeratBy 
Kerris. Wed.. 8 p.m., Heattag. ATTEND 
THE FRIENDLY CHURCH , . 


8:00—Holy Communion 
10:00—Holy Eucharist, 

1st and 3rd 
Mnttini, 2nd and 4th 


THE PHYSIC CENTRE 
28i* Rose St. 

Sunday, 7:0* Address, Mr. Voorsluya 
Clairvoyance. 

Monday, 1:30. Open oUrls. 
Thursday, Circle and Keeling end coffee. 


FELLOWSHIP AND REGULAR BAPTIST CHURCH 


Rev. U. W. Barley. PkD 
Organist: LAN. Beadle. MuaD. 

II:M a.m. 

"A W«rH Fall tf Lm" 


CENTRAL BAPTIST 


CADBORO BAY UNITED CHURCH 
MM Arhetea Road 
lUv. C Leighton Straight. BA 
7:30 am—Dialogue Service 

Facilities tor pre-school chil¬ 
dren. 

3:43 i n—Church School, Grades l-t 
13:08 a.m—Morning Worship. 

Child can and ktnferganaa. 
Serving Cadboro Bay and Uplaadi 


Aft a.m.—The Family Boar 
Speaker: Mr. J. Taytor. 

Hay: 

7:M pm—Bible Italy. 

Speaker: Mr. J. A Field. 


tl Pandora Altaian Pastor, Bev. Juki M. Mosrn 

"We preach Christ minified, risen an! coming again’* 
9:45 a m.-lQiristian Education for Every Age 
11:00 a.m. 

Expositions from the Book of Both (No. S) 

“The N*w Fellowship” 

. 7:00 p.m. 

‘What Is Tl$ Truth About Htaven?” 

“Where Every! Visitor is an Honoured Guest” 


Tkty’n DtlltMlw) 


UNTTARJAN CBURCH of VICTORIA 
188 Superior St. MS-1741 


JAMBS BAY UNITED CHURCH 
Mi china and UcoxlM Stnela 
Rev K. M Wood. BA BD Ms-OM 
Mr. Brtand Webeter. organ!it. 

U am.—Morning service and Sunday 


' SUNDAY. NbV. 1*> 
CosnnwatcaOon With Rocks and Afreet. 


(Five biucke Iruen Use Jubilee) 
Rev. Murrey Rendereo* B.A 

- 11 :M aba 
R emembrasce Sunday 

7:00 p.m —Fellowship Hour 

All Depta. S.S. Inrants In U 
‘‘A Friendly cosnmuniiy Church” 


SAANICH COMMUNITY CHURCH 
of the Mtanotllle Brethren 
, Pastor John W. Baerg 
MB* BlWhened St reel Phone 4774BU 
PASTOR TEACHING TIME 
SUNDAYS. ,7:08 P.M. • 
PRAYER FELLOWSHIP TIME 
THURSDAYS, T:» T M. 


24 HbUr (KolllulsL Victoria. B.C., Saturday, November 9, 1958 

jfALLIANCE CHURCH 

1039 Fa teg — Rev. Ted Chapman, Pom tor 
11:00 a.m.—Remembrance 
7:00 p.m.—“life as it Should Be" 

THE CHURCH BY THE LAKE 

Pat Bay Highway At Flk lake 
Minister: KKV. HARRY PIKH 

11:0* a.m.—Re*. F. F.. H. linn. n.D. 

Sermon: “THE OPTIMISM OF FAITH" 

Refreshments In Church Halt 
2lii Asshrru>r Olehratlnn 

NORTH DOUGLAS PENTECOSTAL TABERNACLE 

Onruer el (toeelas Stiwt and Centorhury Hoed 
Paetor: Rev. C- FHwnett 179-4051 

SUNDAY: 1:13—Sunday Srhonl and Bible Class 
81 :Mt —Worship Servlcr 

lill—Rvnneellam 
FRIDAY: l:Jh-Criwed-rs 

! *:«i—Christ AmliesHdois: Family SUM 

YOU ARE INYrtTED TO ATTEND 


APOSTOLIC CHURCH OF PENTECOST 

Damns to nW e a ken aad Qur— PaMer «. Mel. 

At48 ».in,—Sunday School 

1I:M a.m.—Mr. Byron Kimoe 
Buginwsman from Spokane, Washington, Speaking 

7:M p.m.—Evangelism 


GOSWOBTH COMMUNITY CHURCH 

OSIWI Oaawerth ead Bartoa 
"The Piece to Find a Friend" 

1:48 a.m—Bthla Studies 
11:10 a.Ja —MORNING WORSHIP 
7: X p.m—Jfaenlod Service 
Midweek Service Wednesday, 7 30 p.m 
'The Inymah's Church" 


CATHOLIC CHURCHES 

SUNDAY MASSES 

ST. ANDREW’S CATHEDRAL ^ 

Blaaihard at View—SM-H1I 
8 A liM. UH a-m. and 1S:M BHd SfU |MB- 


Truth Centre Subject 

Change Youngsters, 
Change the World 


Mennonite Urges 
Christ in Home 


Our youth now love luxury. 
They have bad manners, 
contempt for authority, dis¬ 
respect for odder people. Our 
chidren nowadays are 
tyrants. 

The words are Socrates’ and 
they are 2,500 years old. 

Some people would aay tbe 
words still apply. 

♦ ★ * 

“But, let us learn to believe 
that they are God's perfect 
children," says Rev. Dr. 
Emma Smiley of Victoria 
Truth Centre. 

• '“Nearly une-tialf of tti >Se 
we meet on life’s highway are 
children, hence it is very 

VICTORIA TEMPLE I 


important that we understand 
them and assist them in their 
understanding." 

WWW 

By request, Dr. Smiley has 
arranged for discussions at 
the 8 p.m. Wednesday evening 
meetings during November to 
be based on the subject. 
Change Your Children and 
Change the World. 

“As we discuss our right 
attitude toward them we will 
see in it a right attftude to all, 
no matter what the age may 
be.** 

The ladies' club of the 
centre is holding an autumn 
tea from 2:30 to 4:30 p-m/, 
Thursday. There will be a sale 
of Work and home cooking. 

Heeling meetings are he4d 
at 3 p.m., Tuesday*. 


VICTORIA TRUTH CENTRE 

Tbtri la an Answer to Every Prayer end e Solution to Every Problem 
Mtahter Rev. Emma H. Smiley, D.D. 

11 :M a.m.—Subject: “Where la Your FaithT* 

7:3* pun.—“Tboughta of Peace” 

11 a.m .1 Children'a Church and Golden Key Study Groupn 
ltfll Fort Street All Welcome 


FAITH TEMPLE 

•era 884401 Bn. «. U parts. TisUr 

Sunday Sabatl — 9i4S a.m. 

Clesees for all ages 

11:00 »an.—Morning Worship 
7:80 pan—Evangelistic Service 

8:00 F.M.—WadHMday - Bible Study 
7:30 P.M.—Thursday — Our Yoatfc Night 

YOU ABE WELCOME TO WORfflW WITH AJ8 


There Is a great need for men 
and women to investigate the 
Bible and what it has to teach, 
John Baerg said Friday. 

Mr. Baerg, a member of the 
Mennonite Brethren Church, has 
recently moved to Victoria from 
Vancouver with his wtfe, 
Evelyn and their daughters.' 
Joan and Arlene. He is holding 
Bible studies and discussion 
groups in his home at 3983 Birch- 
wood. 

PEOPLE EXPOSED 

“Many people are unwilling 
to enter a church because of 
previous experiences," he said, 
“but have a'desire to Inquire 
about God and Jesus Christ and 
to learn of His teachings." 

The discussion groups are 
called Action Groups, he added, 
and their purpose is "to expose 
people to what the Bible teaches 


St. Jnapl'i Ohinh 

748 W. Bara*Me Baad—I7I-SM »:] 


• :M and 10:99 a.m. 


FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 

Qaadra at Mbboh But. JoBi A. Waleon, B A., ■ D 
Jl. E. Tnnatall, Orgmnlat and Director of Maale 
Chunk Bab a ol 11 a.m. 

Family Night Programme—Wedaeaduy M p.m. 


GLAD TIDINGS 

Ml JIB* Pvt 8t .. . 

v AfflUated with v' T • V; ' 

TBM PEKTEOMUL ASriEMBLJMR Off CANADA 
faster*: SOY E. UPTON and DAVBD W. ARGUE 


■ :45 rn.m.—Sunday School 

11:00 a.m. 

WORSHIP SERVICE 

Paator Upton Mlnlntern 

7:00 p.m. 

|H rr t 

MARKS HF fiREATNESS” 

Pastor Argue Minister 

I BAND — CHOIR - SPECIAL MUSIC 

All Welcome! 


JL 


MS 

i ARE 



Your opportunity of a lifetime tp hear these 
International Gospel Singing Pafty Recording 
Artists. 

SUNDAY, 11 a.m. and 7:80 p.m. 
BCmday, Taeaday, Wed., 8 pan. 

Church 1:48 a.m. Oashet for all ages. 


“A TRUE PATRIOT’ 

Molat: Arthur Mctanu 
7:91 p.ra. 

"BLESSED ARE TIE PEACEMAKERS” 


and the daily effect it has upon 
our lives." 

Mr. Baerg has been an active 
layman in the Vancouver area 
and recently took additional 
training in evangelism among 
lay people at Campus Crusade 
for Christ at San Bernardino, 
Calif. He is a graduate of the 
Mennonite Brethren Bible Col¬ 
lege in Winnipeg. 

He will be serving as a special 
representative on Vancouver 
Island and will be working with 
the Campus Crusade for Christ 
club at'the University of Vic¬ 
toria. 

■CARICATURE' REECTED 

“Arnold Toynbee has said that 
man has not rejected Christ, but 
a caricature of Him," Mr. 
Baerg said. 

“Our purpose is to present 
Christ in the comfort of the 
home atmosphere and allow 
people to make their own value 
judgments about what they hear 
and learn. 

"People who do not know 
Christ in a personal way have 
a sense of being defrauded. 
Jesus did much of His teaching 
and preaching in the home at¬ 
mosphere. Many of those who 
followed Him later also met for 
worship. We have seen the same 
thing happen in other areas; as 
men and women get to know 
Christ, they see the importance 
of tbe church in their lives." 


ANGLICAN SERVICES 

TRINITY XXI 
la Octave All ttoinU 

Christ Church 
Cathedral 

Ike Very Be*. Brtoe WWUeto. 
M.A., H.U. B.n_ D.D., 

Dene eei Beeler 

9:00—Holy Communion 
9:30—Family Euchuriat 
Instruction: 

The Rev. J. K. Cotton 

11 :90—Mattins 
Sermon: 

The Rev. J. K. Cotton 
(Nursery facilities) 

7: SO—Evensong 

Sermon: 

The Rev. W. J. Donald 
Weekdays 

Mattins 9 :Q0—Evensong 5:15 
Holy Communion: 

Monday 11:00—Tuesday 11:00 
Thursday 7 ;Q0 

HEALEY W1LLAN 
j Memorial Recital 
Thursday, Nov. 14, 8 p.m. 


ST. MATTHIAS 

Boa, -toe, eai Blrtraiart Ave. 

Rev. Canoa J. Rogeri, H.A., B.D. 

Rertor 

8:00 a.m.—Holy Communion 

10:30 a.m.—Morning Prayer 
Church School 
Nursery 

7:30 p.m.—Evening Prayer 

10:30 a JTi.— Hiursday, 

Holy Communion 

ST. MARY’S 

iuua ROAD 

The Perish Church o t OeJi Bay 
Th* Rev. Canon Hywel J. Jones. 
L.Th., Rector 

(REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY) 

8:30 a.m.—Holy Communion 
9:30 a.m.—Family Service 
for all Sunday 
School Depts. 
and parents 
11:00 a.m.—Mattins 

Preacher: Archdeacon 
J. W. Forth 
4:00 p.m.—Evensong 
Preacher: 

The Rev. C. D. Blencoe 

NO SUNDAY SCHOOL 
Therrtey— 

10:30 e.m.—Holy Communion 


ST. JOHN’S 

QUADRA AMD MASON 


rrrti*' 


REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY 


8:09 a.m.—Holy Communion 
9:39 a.m. 

Ftally Sarvlta 

(Holy Communion) 
and 

Okiirok Sakai! 

11:90 a.m. 

Matlas 

■erasee: reeee Graham Bator 

Nursery Facilities 

t:39 p.m. 

THE ROYAL CANADIAN 
LEGION SERVICE OF 
REMEMBRANCE 

(HI. Haeoer She IJrtone Gsrsrmr 

la a W ei rt eece) 

7:09 p.m. 

Evansong 

ti—I tto Her. L D. Jeeeer 

Mooiley: Holy Communion 1€ S6 a m 
Thursday: Holy Communion 

10 30 a.m. 

We ere on Bu* Routes 3, S, t, 

10, U, 12 ^ 30 


SI. Gaorgi the Martyr 

Cedhera Bay ae4 Menard Roads 
Sarrto* U—a. ma ad. Tea Mile PatoL 
Uplaeii ead Cadboro Ray 
Rector: 

TV* Bev. Cana C.. T. Blsba. 
BRMEBURANCK DAY SERVICES 

*:00 sum.—Holy Communion 
t:Ha.m.—-Holy Communion 
*:» e.m.—Sunday School 
11:00 a.m.—Moraine Prayrr 
3:30 p.m.—Confirmation Class fee 
Boyi and Girls 
7:30 p.m —Evening Prayer 
9:38 p.m —Confirmation CIses tor 
Adults In the Hall Lounge 
Thursday— 

10:30 am.—Holy Communion 


ST. PHILIPS 


■aeday, Naveashar IMh 
RKMBMBBANCE DAY RKRVITKR 

•:30 a.m.— Roly Communion 
1:30 a-m—Junior Congregation ^ 

11:00 a.m.— Morning Prayer 

Parade Guides, toownlea. 
Scouts and Cubs 

Preacher: Ll -Cdr. J. E. Williams. 
CD., Chaplain Canadian Officer 
School, K.M.C. Dockyard 


M, 


p£M 

eSa 


7:43 am.—Mattins and Holy 
Communion 

13:00 a.m.—Proceeaton. Bung Mate. 
Sermon and 
<coffea foil oaring) 

Nursery (ectllUes during the Sendee 
7:30 p.m.—Solemn Evensong ami 
Sermon 

HOLY COMMUNION DAILY 
7:30 a.m.—Monday, Tuesday, ThuiW 
day, Saturday 

t:30 a m — Wednesday, Friday 
RECTOR- 

Tha Rev. Canon Hi T. Paga, M L 
Phene 334-m 


ST. LUKE’S 

(Oanast (Mar Hm eag 
Udai HIM E lead) 

Serving tha Cart a i Hill. Shalbouraa. 
Richmond end Unlvarslty Area 
Rector: 

The Venerable C K. F. Wolff 
REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY 
3:00 a.m.—Holy CommunKn 
lllM a.m.—CHORAL EUCHARIST 
7:31p.m.—Eveneong and Bsrvlee ed 
Remembrance 

This aerrtee will he attended by 
members Of the TrafeLgar Branch 
end the Ex-9ervtca WoBHk't Braaoh 
Of tha Royal CatadMa Legtwi 
The Lesaoaa will be read by Maitx'- 
General. Tha HnnntomMa G Jt 
Peerkea. V.C. P.C, C.A, DA, M C . 
Oread PrestdaM of tha Rny^ Cara 
dlan Legion. 


It Pays to 
Advertise 


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tied up «t Vtotarto*a bur Ite- An and Vaughan WiBtoma. «a bo ta ringing of a leu* boutique boonr w* bo open 

. ^ n bourdon eveneong from both front 1 to 4 p.m. and zeaerve 

bar «ito week. ON, (he Ooiuro- lj , end. of the cathedra!. Udsootoartoanbaputinbe- 

Mo. to tho former nriorion top . ™ <***? °*. ^ ? >n ^ <U> , fore the auction. 

^ ingMoim Church and Qiriat □ 

** * Cburcfc RenKmbfwiM ° 

Mteaton. it now a a manor recital as a memorial to the late die Royal Canadian Gospel songs In Scottish ae- 

cnMaar operated out of Venoou- Dr. Healey WBlan, Canada'■ T cotnn tw held at 3 -JO °enta will ring out at Victoria 
oar by Jack rw, tort major composer and Hie- m 9lHKift y to .Tnbn’a An- Wart Cbmmunity Bible Church. 

_ _ long Angboan cfeircti musician. Church. LteutaminfrGov- R*yncr and Fullerton, when 

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Oirtottan Aaaodarion, k lor aria. ,j moIi, ado aonga, jriano and ° carts at-ll am. and T JO pm. 

I It waa buBt bara In IMS by Mo- ^g u works, ite senior boy ’ Tba U n itarian Cbtrob of Vlo- Sunday, and 8 pm. Monday, 

KeyOvmack Ltd. and has been oxa totan i of (he c a thedral wffl taria, IDS S u perior, wfl bold an Tteaitoy and Wednesday. 


Willon 


Christmas 


Bach'a Fantasia and IXigue In 
B. Minor and Healey WUan's 
Introduaticn, PeanoegUe and 
Fugua will be played by Donald 
Woodworth at his organ recital 
at 8*15 pm. Tuesday In St 
John's Church. 


Bazaar 


Tba annual Christmas 
bazaar will be held from 3 la 
5 p.m. next Saturday, Now. IB, 
at EexjuimaJt United Church 
Hall. 

Among to attmotiana wtt 

be stalls for home baking, 
delicatessen, Unboum, nov¬ 
elties, searing- Tb* AOTS 

Men’s chib wCB sponsor ■ 
country stall, edting fruM. 
vegetables and plants. 

Thera wiH also be a Mi* 
pond, Dutch auction, attfo 
treasures and a movie far the 
Children. Afternoon tea wtH 
be served and (here wlfl be a 
cake-icing demonstration. 


Has from Mount View Ugh 
school wfll join wHh (ha choir 
of Metropoktan UcMed Church 
In g variety concert In the 
church ag 8 p.m. Wednesday. 

Other guest artists are Robin 
Wood, planlati Jacqueline Tarry, 
vkrinlat; Jack and Batty FHt- 
nan, tauMrt and pianist The 


US. Soldier* 
Flee to Red* 


\ TOKYO (AP) — Twslve 
United States aimed aarviot- 
man, aided by two Japanese 
anti-Vietnam war grows, fled 
to the Soviet Union between 
April and Anguat Japanese 
pole* said they learned tola 
while Invert!gating the case of 
a U.S. s^lar detained and later 


turned over to U.S. military 
authorities far being absent 
without leave. 


Faculty Urges 
Students Pay 

VANCOUVER (CP)—Tba Uni- 
vanity of Brttah Qdumbia Fa 
cadty Club w a nts the UBC Akna 
Matar Society, (be student 
union, to pay far (ha $8,100 dam¬ 
age MBoted onto private dub 
during (ha recent rih by stu¬ 
dents. < 


Years of Work 
Follow Friar 
Back to Island 


An Anglican Franciscan friar from Aurtralia wQl arrive 
In Victoia Tuesday morning far a aeries of talks, informal 
In Victoria Tuesday morning far a aeries of talks, informal 
Brother Geoffrey went to New Guinea from England kt 
1959 to atari the Franciscan Ufa among primitive peoples. 

He hat established a friary with both white and native 
brothers; a training college far evangeUstat two houses la 
Port Moresby, with responsibility tor Papuans In to town, 
two churches, a primary school and s m all hostel. 

Men are being trained not only from New Guinea, but 
also from the Solomons, Tones Straits and Polynesia. 


Founder of the order was Brother Doutfas, who Is re¬ 
membered for his wort; at Shawnlgan Lake School and at 
Mesachle Lake among the loggeis of the area to 1944-45. 

The Board of Mission of tba AngUoan diocese tnvttad 
Brother Geoffrey to the Island. Recently appointed Father 
Minister of a newly-formed Pacific p rov in o e of to Order of 
St Francis, his headquarters now are in Australia. 

Ha established a bouse to Brisbane where novices era 
trained and the friars work in the university and the prison, 
caring far ex-prisoners and other needy people. 


Brother Geoffrey will conduct tho annual diocesan 
priests' retreat at St Mary's Priory. Oobrood, starting Tues¬ 
day. 

He will give a talk and dhow slides at 7:90 p.m. Friday 
In St. Saviour's hall, Henry at Catherine. 

He will preach at Christ Church Cathedral at 9:90 and 
11 a.m. next Sunday, Nov. 17. At 7:30 ha will apeak at 
Evensong in St. Matthias Church, Richmond at Richardson. 

At 7:30 p.m. Nov. 18 he will be at AH Saints’, View Royal 
and will then leave tor visits in the Cowichan deanery, in¬ 
cluding Salt Spring Island. 


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He will be to Port Aberai Nov. 22 and will then ga to 
Campbeti River, Courtenay, Ounox and Nanaimo. 

On Nov. 30 he will conduct a quiet day at St Barnabas 
Church, Melmoct and Beghle, atarting with holy eommiaiioB 
at 8 a.m. and ending with iupper at 5:30 p.m. 

Advent Sunday he will preach in at John's Quadra Street, 
at the 11 a.m. service. At 7:30 p.m. the aame day he wiH 
be at St. Barnabas’. After the service he will leave far New 
York City to visit the American hrothera who have just linked 
up with to Society. 


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|—--—- MALI 

HANDYMAN. PAINTING'. ~0\ 

thinking OF SELLING X' 1 *' «*■ “2-1734. 

REAL ESTATE w™» and ixt yr 

To; ailrla< 


BUSINESS SEKVICIS 
DIRECTORY 


HUGH—Suddenly November I. tW, 
Jamee Hugh, aged 49 year# of Ful 
lard Harbour. Salt Spring lilano 
He Invn to mourn hit loving wife, 
Mill leant at homo; two euru. 
Jamei, Victoria, and Anthony at 
home; ma daughtar. Mra. (Lar- 
lalasi Buroa; luur grandchildren; 
one brother, Vidor, Toronto; oik; 
aUter in Regina. 

Service! to be held Saturday, 1:V 
p.m, November a, in Royal Oak 
Cfcapal. Victoria. Rav. Frod Antler 
ioq Qinctailng. Gaodman’a Funeral 
Hama, Uangei, director! 


McCALL BROS. 
Funeral Chapel* 
i«m Vancouver street 
IRtllS - U3-44M — UMtn 

Recommended hy an many In 
every neighborhood ... lor 
dignity, service and moderate 
coat . . . McCall Bros. 

FRIDAY 

ROTHS, Hk Edgar J. C. 
ACOOMPAHUD TO CARDBTON. 
ALBERTA. FOR SIR VICKI AND 


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cleaneri, I centa *q. It Cheiterfleld 
and chair. >12.10, «7t-28Jg. 5A pm 


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entitled "REAL ESTATE SELLING 
AND THE LAMES' (Ttlla la a 
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FEMALE 


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check-in function], ticketing, hand 
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billa and anawerlng Inquiries at air¬ 
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aged n yean, of No *B. 1130 INTERMENT 
Pandora Ava.. born ia Norway aaTURHay 

anl a resident hare (or the peat * , V , 

13 yaara Survived by hit loving SORENSEN, Mr. lens Ante* 

Wife May; one ana. Data, of Lad- M-M a m —FLORAL CHAPEL, 
ner. RC.; 3 •lalara Hera din* 

Shatanan of Vancouver: Martha MONDAY 

h. neld on -"-ORAL afep«U 


BOX REPLIES 

All rapUaa to private bn 
numbers available from 
8:80 %.m. to 8:99 pan. 
Moaday to Friday 1 r- 
clualva* 


ONE HOUR MARTINIZING 


TUESDAY 
FiTTERER. Mrs. LydiA 

M aas tfcto aaa —gT PATH 11 


COX—At St Joseph'a Hospital on in uia 
Nov. a. 1968. William Henry Cox. chapel 
agad K ai Ifl Juaaph St , a aa - : 

tiva ma of Victoria Fee yaara giw 
ha wag eumar <4 tha Cox Trena- 
fn Co, and au aa ardent hunter JONES- 
and llahatmaa. Ha was a HI* IWda 
member of the F O E Aerie No 
I II am a member ol Fra Patricia yaara 


■laotiital Cea tract ai 


AVON CALLING 


FIRST QUALITY WOOLS, ACRI- 
lana, nylona In limited coiora Free 
estimator Lowest prlcea Phone 
Mr. Ball SM-MM days, 884 1057 
avea Continental Hama Supply, 861 
Johnson. 


HOUR1GANS C 


private pari tea; apodal lunch eon 
and tea parlies at anytime. Phone 
Mra A Allan (or personal aervlc*. 


Gardening 

QET «D QFLEAVES THE EASY 


way, Hava Bob's Janitorial Service 

W*er snap them up. HU41t or 


PRUNING, 

I rampiarUfng, 


RW«lrad. renewed. Wat bajtneal 
K2St_CaH wytlma Depend a hi. 


CHARITY 

BINGO 


SATURDAY, NOV. «. t;M PM. 

EAGLES' HOME 

73S VIEW ST. 


PEAYMRg will he offered in Mc¬ 
Call Ena. FLORAL CHAPEL, John- 

am and Vanoaavtr sts. on Momtay. 
mkm ma« wui be 


NSW RAY BEAUTY SALON 

Lawari pricaa In town tor perma 
« Pandora 8*4-8844 


-— PETERSON *8 JANITORIAL SER- 

- i_ VICE 9paclaUoed In contpieis 

boaiee and Office cleaning Licensed 
inw ~ n» 7i and hooded. Phone before 8:30 am. 
I UF . ***** <* after 1 pm. 3809004 


Rabbi* healed. BatomanU attics 
Oa r PARTY yards cleaned. Cum post heaps dug 
( home, artate. ant, WhrelbaiTowlag. da mo HU on, 
r motel during eta Will taka good talaahle Uami 
I -to 3 months, in paymenl. Free estimates any 
Victoria Preis. time Jim Raid. 388-6S41 days, » 
*743 evenings and Sundays 


Young Lodi** who arc V5o- 
torto UW Mgh aohool gradu- 
•tggt Your futuro te automa¬ 
tion I Oamplata key punoh 
trnfatag cowm now a vail 
atria hart In Victoria. Enrcd- 
mont MlaoUva. 

BONNE VIE KEY PUNCH 
TRAINING SCHOOL 
ms McKonria Street 
FafeCald 

Triapfaano M5-4732 


I SEWING MACHINES, FLOOR 
pollsheri and vacuum Heine a, 
cleaned and repaired. All work 
guaranteed. 477-STS 


INDEX TO 

WANT AD HEADINGS 


QUICK CLEAN-UP SERVICE I 
all types. Free estimates 478-6904. 


CLARK A PATTISON 
PAINTING CONTRACTORS LTD. 
Brush or spray Paper* 
haagara Texture and vinyl work. 
Will do all or port of any Job. 
Pain* store, BAPCO. GENERAL 
and PRATT AND LAMBERT paints 
and rentals of all painters* equip¬ 
ment Term* If dealred. Phona 
384-0443. TW Princess Avarua. 


BASTION 

DEVELOPMENT LTD. 

ROOM ADDITIONS 

CARPORTS and GARAGES 

IU NUECES 


TREND BUILDERS LTD. 

GENERAL CONTRACTOR* 

For au iaar banning seeds Alas, 
complete repair servlet, Commercial 

and residential Free aatlnaataa 


Alterations — Repairs — Cabins 

WILLIAMS, BRAY 
A WILLIAMS LTD. 

GENERAL CONTRACTORS 
COMMERCIAL OR PRIVATE 
IBS Cormorant SL 188-7 


! PAINTING AND DECORATING — 
Raaaumbia rates. Satisfaction guar* 
an teed. Terms. 383-7*5. 473-3473 


; JOHNSON AND HUBBARD. GEN 
laral enntrertoca, You maaa 11 wa 
do it «n-J8tt, _ 

G. H. WHEATON LTD. 

Rapalra. Altarabona. 383-Bja 


CALL TOMMY HANKER. M-M7A 
Personalized paper hanging, palat- 


Ing. rapalra Law rates. 

I SCANDINAVIAN PAINT: 
decorator. 3824177* 

FAIN TUW, PAPER 

Reasonable rates 3844709. 


(REAL ESTATE 
SALESMEN) 


Dalivary Traotlat 


Hightail conunlaaton 


ana __ _ 

split; all atha fringe bene- 
Ota; ptsnty of loads end kaa 
of privata mortgage t«4l la 
•■M In Oandni your 
deals. Raffle! treated ia 
aaMwe. Mr. Eric Ot*r- 
man. 38ES7B5 find, eve- 
raoga and werheDdi), Fair- 
Odd Really Ltd. 


BESSON'S CARTAGE 
Pickup and delivery. 384-4443. 


fVIvate 


ladles fur traiaoeei. Kvsry (aetiHV 
and ganomue ccanodaalon split For 

MJl 

Dicta# Agendas Ltd . 9U Fort. 


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DUTCH LANDSCAPE 
GARDENER 

Ready for your F*U daan-op? Cali 
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PATIOS DESIGNS 


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PLANS FOR COMMERCIAL BUILD 
Inga, homes and a harm tiara. 383-5480. 


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Immediate opening for axperieacad Uooa and salary a -a J L- i 
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or panua Laurent Ida Flnonca. HD Teana a Wcrif 1 day a week to 


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repairs, and altars- 


Mi and" Eqnlpmeot "fv Rant t! 

Tourlit Accommodation _ 11! 

Travel .I 

Trade tehnoli . f 

Trallcn and Trallar Parka 


SANDS 

CHAPEL OF HEATHER 
olwood, B.C. 478-3821 


Reeling, Imuktion and Siding 


tOsAi Sales and Barvtoa .. 

I'p-liland Propertlea ....__ 

Wanted to Borrow __ 

Wanted to Huy. Hmiaea . 

Wanted to Beni Mlacallantoua 
watarfraot Propartiaa_ 


Established 56 Years 


PARKER JOHNSTON LTD. 

1X14 Ftooad Street 382 Mta 

I ROOFING, INSULATION at IU vary 
RE8T Over 80 yaara enmbtood 
experianca to stand tha TEST. 


THOMSON A IRVING 
Fuueral Chapel 


Septic Tanks 


SA BUSINI3S SIRVICII AND 
DIKICTORY 


Driving Schaali 


Rurriara 


Guttw Clonning and tagaif* 


Pointers and Da coral ora 


ISLAND 
DECORATORS 
Painters Paperhangera 
Spray Painters 
Plaster Reyaira 
Convanient TTme Payments 
383-9059 Eves. 382-1473 


Contractor! 


SAANICH LUMBER YARD* 

FENCING 

GARAGES 

CABINS 

CARPORTS 

Repairs, Labor, Material! 
Terms 

3011 Douelaa Street SK-MC 

Sight Tal Sto-tmi 


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FOR 

DUNCAN 

OOWICHAN VALLEY 
CHKMAINUS RESIDENTS 
doaiUiad Ads phoned In 
to our Duncan olfica 
7464181 

be (ora 3:30 p.m. will appear 
In the following day’s paper* 


VINYL IS FINAL 
■ hsiang] an your house. 
Nationally adveriiiml 
Solid Vinyl Siding 

For further Information pfeaaa 
phone ttt-Mta_ 


Halrdromara 


JnnMar Service 


TELEPHONES 

AFTER-HOURS 

11 i8d p.m. tn 7 a.in, 
S8S SMI 

Sports, 389-7009 
Oirculstlon, 383-07U 
Editorial, 383-4509 


OFFICE HOURS 

ClaaaKM Com tor, tM 
a.m. to tM p.m. teal- 
naas OtOoa, »M a.m. tn 
5:39 pun. Monday to 
Friday tnolmlra. 

CLOSED SATURDAY 


TELEPHONE HOURS 

8M E.B. to 8M MA- 
Monday to Botordny to- 
Qlnrivn. 


1 D1ATHS AND PUN1RAU 

BUCHAN—In St: Joseph's Hospital, 
Victoria, on November 8, 1968. 
Mr. Adam Hltrhla Buchan, agad 
81 veari, of 1975 Lea Ave„ a 
reildent hare for )■ years, 
fm marly of Winnipeg and Red 
Deer. Ha wa, emaciated with the 
C P R. for 43 yean. Ha li sur¬ 
vived by hlf wife, Helen, at the 
residence; I daughter. Mrs. Marg¬ 
aret Trevor, of Victoria; I son. 
William. In Winnipeg: I grand¬ 
children; 3 great grandchildren; 
1 stater, Mrs, C Hardiman, of 
Winnipeg; 1 brother, Robert, of 
Windsor. Ont., also nieces and 
nephews. He was a member of 
tha C.PJt. Veterans' Association, 
O-A-P.'a No. L Victoria, And 
C.P.R. Howflag Club. 

Funeral aarrieaa artll ha held In 
McCall Bros FLORAL CHAPEL, 
.Inhrwoa and Vancouver Sta.. on 
Tuesday, Nov. 11 at 1 It pm Rav 
R. J. n. Mnrria omclaUng. followed 
by cremation: 


You'r* just momenta away 
4 from the world * most 
popular Dry Cleaner 


■•Vwflt Plaaa - an sai l 

8a«nlch Road — 388-2821 


Elertrio heating, appllancea tr 
■tailed. Hydro financliig. 

BUCKLE ELECTRIC 

178-3941 38M08 

OLDER HOMES REWIRED Ni 

ac fln ““ lhrou « 

EDDY'S ELECTRIC, 183-7SM 


PHONE 

DIRECT 


386-2121 

TO 

PLACE 


CLAMmED COPY 
DEADLINES 


26 BmUh Vtctorio, B.C., Saturday, November 9, 1968 


38 Mi 2 il CLASSIFIED WANT ADS 


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Belli Ctolantlt Victoria, B.C., Saturday, November 9, 1968 27 

160 FUEL 


Program Schedules for Saturday 


STOVE AND FURNACE OH* 
petered delivery. Ideal Full Cw 
I.M. 582-4622. 582-2851 _ 

Wood and Sawdait 


with Bruce Lowther 


TOTEM LOGS 
518 per unit 

240 LOGS 

02 LOGS PER CAR.T0N1 

DELIVERED WITHIN 
S-MILE CIRCLE 
IDEAL FOR FIREPLACE. ETC. 

HARKNETT FUEL LTD. 
384-9381 2333 Government St 


KTVW 
Channel 1] 


Cartoons 


J. P. Pate boa 

Buss/Runner 
Bugi/Hunner 

Wacky Races 


Super 8 
Top Cat 
FlIntsiunM 
Banana Splits 


Casper 
Gulliver 
Spider Man 
Fantastic Voyage 


News (8:45) 
Movie 


liugs/Runner 
Bugi/Runner 
Wacky Races 


BUREAU OF USE 
LESS INFORMATION: 
Friday’s form-filling an¬ 
swer — There are only 
three programs on the 
U.S. networks this sea¬ 
son that can boast to 
having a single sponsor. 
In the order they ap¬ 
pear, they ape Ford's 
FBI on ABC Sundays, 
Proctor and Gamble’s 
Mothers-in-Law on NBC 
Sundays and the Kraft 
Music HaU on NBC 
Wednesdays. Think how, 
much your knowledge of! 
modem civilization has 
been enriched by all 
this. 

Today's question— 
Appropos of nothing at 

all, "Monday’s child is 
fair of face." Complete 
the poem, take the 


Wrestling 


Movie 


Wrestling 


Safety Roundup 

Uncle Boh 
Spider Man 
Rocky A Friends 
Batman 


Movla 

Movie (end) 

Movie 

Hovia 


Underdog 
Batmn/Superaui 
Batmn/Supermn 
Rerculolds_ 

Shazzan 
Quirk Draw 
Moby Dick 
Lone Ranger 

Archie 
Jonni Quest 
Storytlme 
Farm Shaw 


Centre o< Earth Banana Spills Club fi 

Football Adventure-Lie Club f 

Football Bird man Football 

Football_ Super President Football 


Hatmn/Suparmn 

Batmn/Supermn 

Herculolds 


Football 

Football 

Football 
Football 
Foot hall 
Water Polo 


Movie 


Shazzan 
Johnny Quest 
Moby Dick ' 
Loos Ra nger 

Movla 

Movla 

Movie 

NFL Highlights 

Tima Tunnel 
Tima Tunnel 
News 
News 


Football 

Football 

Football 
Water Polo 


Wanda Wurda 
Movla 
i Movie 
Movie 


Pete's Piaca 
Lassie 

Flying Fisherman 
Movie 


Football 

Football 

Football 

Football 


Movie 

Farm Program 


Learning 


SHAVINGS 


SHAVINGS _ 

3 unit*, »7.95 

Quantity at hog fuel available 
Ideal Fuel Co. Ltd.. 382-2932 

DHILLON FUEL-38M8U _ 

Cord wood. 214 cord*.*28 

Planer Ends, 2V4 cords 2*4, 2x8-|2T 
| Mlllrun Millwo od, 2V4 cords__ *13 

LENGTH. ROLLY'A 
_ 478-3549. _ 

CLEAN FIR BUSHWOOD, *10 PER 
load del Bo* 70, Brentwood Bay 


Movie 

Movie 

Movie (end) 
Movla 


Movie 


Movie Lassie 

Car Racing 9atety Roundup 

Flying Fisherman Tennis 

Hawaii Golf Tennis _ 

Hawaii Golf Today the World 

Mike Douglas Today the World 

Mike Douglas Hockey 

Mike Douglas Hockey_ 


Movie 

Movie (end) 

Movie 

Movie 


Sports FUnis Fantastic Four 

Sports Films George of Jungle 
Tennis Abler. Bandstand 

Tennis Amer. Bandstand 

Today the World Exploration NW 
Today the World Car Racing 

Hockey World of Sports 

Hockey i World of Sports 

Hockey World of Sports 

Hockey News 

Hoekev; Barrli Viewpoint 

Alex B arrli_ Ds tlng Cams 

Beverly HlllhllUei Newlywed .Gama 
Lawrence Welk 
Lawrence Welk 
Hollywood Palace 

Hollywood Palace 
News 

News; Movla 
Movie 


Movie 

Movie 


Big Picture 


Cartoons 

Cartoons 

Daktarl 


Upbeat 

Upbeat 

Wide Country 

Wide Country 

Foot bell 
Football 
F’ootbell 
Football 


Movie 


4:M - 

4:3* Sport* Hot Beat 

l:M World of Sports 

liM World of Sports 


Mnvte 

GUllgan's Island 
Balman 


Daktarl 


\LDER ANY 


John Gary 
John Gary 
John Gary 
Jackie Gleaaon 

Jackie Gleaaoa 
My Three Sons 
Hogan's Heroes 
Suspense Theatre 


Rawhide 

Rawbide 

Movie 

Movla 


World Window Hockey 

News Hockey 

Death Valley Dsys Hockey , Barrli 

Adam 12 Ale* Barrie 

Beverly Hillbillies' 
Flying Nun 
Peyton Place 
Peyton Place 

Mannl.x 
i Mbikiix 
N ews; Movie 
Movie 


World of Sports 
Wrestling 
Wrestling 
Jackie Gleason 


Blue Angels 
You Asked for B 
Jackie Gleason 


Jackie Gleason 
GUItgan'i Island 
Movie 
Movie 


Football 

Football 

Football 


Movie 

Movie 

Football 

Football 


Jack,a Gleaaon 
i Movla 
Movie 
Movla 


Get Smart 
Ghost A Muir 
Movie 
Movie 


Footlial! 


CUBBON ON COOK 

Your Complete Building 
• Supply Centre. 


News 


Muvle 

Movie 

News; Movla 
Movie 


Suspense Theatre 

Mannix 

Mannlx 

Movie 


Movie 


Football 

Football 

Football 


Movla 

Movla 

Movie 

Movie; News 

Johnny Carson 
Johnny Carson 


The Clients 
The Client! 
News 
Movie 


Movla 

News; Movla 
Movie 


Mov Is 
Movla 


Movie 

Movie 


Movla 

Movie 


Movie 

Movla 


Movie 


Movie 

Movie 


Movie 


Movie 

Movie 


LUMBER 

lx 4—Rough Cedar, lln. It « .04 

t X 6—Rough Cedar, lln. ft. . .08 

1 x 8—Rough Cedar, lln. ft. - .10 

1 X 10—Rough Cedar. Un. ft - .12 

V, x ft—Basket Weave, lln. ft. .0614 

2 x 12—Rough Cedar, Un. ft. . J8 

ROOFING SALE 
45 lb Black—100 sq. ft roll. | la 
30 lb Black, green, red. 

180 sq. ft roll .. I 590 

Hexagon Shingle*—per sq. .. 11179 


Program Schedules for Sunday 


Saturday Highlights 


C-4:00 p.m.—Today the World profiles Russia—2. 6. 
C-6.00—John Gary’s guests are Jim Backus, Sandy 
Baron, Andy Russell. Yes, that’s Andy Russell—7. 

C-7:30—Adding to the Gleason noise are George Burns, 
Mel Torme, Martha Raye, Jack Carter—7, 8, 12. 

C-9:30—Hollywood Palace features Mike Douglas, 
Polly Bergen, Donovan, Sergio Merries—4. 


KI BO-TV 
Channel 7 

Morning Worshlo 
Morning Worihip 


MISCELLANEOUS 

Steettex stucco wins _ 


13 Special 
Cartoons 
Cartoons 
Anchor 


Eternal Light 

Football 

Football 

Football 


Living Pattern* 

Across Fence 
Farm Youth 
Beatles __ 

Llonhearted Linus Professionals 
King Kong Football 

Bullwlnkle Football 

Discovery _ Football_ 

College Football Football 

College Football Football 

Directions Fool half 

Issues, Answer* Movie 


Newi (9:15) 


PACKAGED LUMBER 

pea 2x4- 8 ft Econ. —..— *4 88 

pea 2 x 4- 8 ft. Econ._*4.78 

pea 2x4-10 ft Econ. —_*7.25 

pea 2 x 4-12 ft. Econ_18.28 

pea 2x4- 8 ft Cedar._87.95 

pea 2 x 3- ( ft. Cedar —.... (5 85 

4x8 WALLBOARDS 
AND PLYWOODS 

” Tlama (Ribbon Mahog) . C&.98 

” Cedar (Preflnl .- * l.H 

' Hard board Reject ......— I L4I 


Movie 


Farm Voice 


Movla 

Movie 

Movla 

Home Show 


Outlook 

Football 

Football 

Football 


is Film 


French Program 
French Program 
Football 
Football 


It Is Written 

Football 

Football 


Foothall 

F’oothall 

Football 


Scarlet (11:15) 
Scarlet; F Troop 

F Troop; Written 
Writ tan; Football 
Football 


Saturday Sports 

*011:00 a.m.—CFL playoffs start with the sudden- 
death eastern semifinal: Hamilton at Toronto—2, 6. 
C-11:00—Colleges, Purdue at Minnesota—4. 

C-3:30 p.m.—The Hawaiian golf open—5. 

C-5:00—NHL hockey, St. Louis at Montreal—2, 6. 

6:00—Football, Pacific Lutheran vs. Whitman—13. 

9:00—And Western Washington vs. Puget Sound—11. 

9:00—Finally, a Washington state high school footbal 


Rex Hum bard 
-Rex Burnt*rd 
It Is Written 
Kathryn Kublmu 


Football 

Football 

Football 

Football 


Football 

Foot ball 
Foothall 
Football 


Football 

Football 

Football 

Football _ 

Captain Scarlet 
Politics: Film 
Fllntitone* 
Bewitched 


Football 

Football 

Football 


Football 


Voice of Calvary 

Outdoors 

Movla 

Movla 


Football 


Football 

Foothall 

Foothall 

Football 


Movla 

Movie 

Hawaii Golf 
Hawaii GoU 


Movla 

Movla 

Movla 


Football 

Football 

Football 

Football 


Movla 

Movla 

Movla 

Movie; War 


Football 

Football 

Movla 


)ber: Heart 


Movla 
Movie 

Untamed World 

Gunsmoke 

Gunsmoke 
Hogan's Heroes 
. Ugliest Girt 
I Smothers Brothers 

Smothers Brothers World Press 
I Dream of Jaannte World Press 
W5 NET Festival 

W3_NET Festival 


Movla 

Movie 


Hawaii Golf 
Thirty from Now 
Hl-Q 

Meet the Press 

Football 
Football 
Huck Finn 
Disneyland 


F Troop Here a 

[Country Calendar Movie 
Man Alive Movie 

Gunsmoke Movie 


Cartoons 
Cartoons 
Password 
Danny Thomas 


A. A. Allen 
Fisher Family 
Insight 

This la Washington 


War; Garden* Election Preview 

Country Calendar Wackiest Ship 
Man Alive Wackiest Ship 

Hy mn Sing _ Bowling _ 

Dlsnevland Challenge 

Disneyland News 

Hfldl Land of Giant* 

Land of Giant* 

FBI 
FBI 
Movie 
Movie 


GARAGE DOORS 

Reg. Sala 

f-8 X ft*-* 89.50 Iffi.M 

Mix 6-2 .- * 8B.S0 I 74.95 

HiH-(81.40 I SI 95 

1-0 X ftfl -'..* 81.75 | 14.98 

(41x7-0-* 8L7S ( 84.95 

Ml x 7-0 _( 91.20 | 77.99 

Mix 7-0 - 1123 45 ( 99.95 

M x7-0 .*184.50 *149 95 

only Automatic door opener for 
above (single doors). Reg; *289.00, 
Sals *199.00. 


Invader* 

Invaders 


Recital Hall 


Movie 
Rat Patrol 
Lassie 
Gentle Ben 


Gunsmoke 
Hogan's Heroes 
Heidi 
| Heidi 


Movla 

Movla 

Movie 

Movla 


Closer Look 
Code Three 
Mr. Lucky 
True Story 


nisneyland 
Mothers J*- Law 
Bonanza 
Bonanza 


Ed Sullivan 
Ed Sullivan 
Smother* Brothers 
Smothers Brothers 


Movla 
Portrait 
Portrait 
Ask Doctor 


Heidi 

Held! 

Bonanza 

Bonanza 


Ed Sullivan 
Ed Sullivan 
Smothers Brother! 
Smothers Brothers 


Movla 

Movla 

Movie 


Heidi 

Heidi 

Bonanza 

Borvnza 

Thi Way It Is 
The Way It Is 
News, Sport* 
Movie 


Saturday Movies 

9:00 a.m.—Simba (exciting 1955 beat the Mau Mau), 
Dirk Bogarde, Virginia McKenna, Earl Cameron—11. 

11:00—Brimstone (unfiery 1949 western)—11. 

C-12:3Q noon—King of the Vikings (1949 boredom)-5. 
1:30 p.m.—Blondie in Society (1941 misplacement)—8 
2:00—Invisible Boy (fair 1957 sci-fi), Richard Eyer—7 
2:0O—Ramar and the Hidden Terror (1964 no)—11- 
2:00—Gas House Kids (1946). Wait until evening—13. 
3:00—Missile to the Moon (1959 ho-hum)—8. 

3:30—Dimples (1936 Shirley Temple gee whiz)—11. 


Movie* 


Outcast* 

Outcast* 

New* 

Ncwr Wrestling 

Wrestling 
Wrestling; Word 


Mission lmposs. 
Mission lmposs. 
New* 

Face tha Nation 

Joa Pyna 
Joe Pyne 


Door to Life 
Sight A Sound 
Alan Burke 
Alan Burke 


Movie 

Movie 

Movie; News 
News; Movie 

Movie 

Movie 


Phyllis Dlller 
Phyllis DiUer 

News 

Secret Agent 

Secret Agent 
Movie 


The Way It I* 
The Way It 1* 
News; Movie 


Petticoat Jt*x-tl<x: 
12 Special 
Death Valley Days 
Blue Angels 


CUBBON LUMBER 
& BUILDING SUPPLIES 
Open 6 Days a Week to 
5:30 p.m. 

1720 Cook St 


Mavis 


Movie 

Movie 


Alan Burk* 
Alan Burke 


Movie 

Movie 


384-8181 


Program Schedules for Monday 


* 7:00—Strangers on a Train (terrific 1951 Hitch¬ 
cock), Robert Walker. First of five goodies tonight—11. 

* C-8:30—To Kill 


4x«x1A sanded - 

4x8x11-16 Sanded . 

4x8x44 Factory sanded 
4x8x14 Factory sanded 

1 4x8x34 Sanded .. 

4x8x5-11 Unsanded .. 
4x8x44 Unsanded _ 


Mockingbird (1962 dandy), 
Gregory Peck, Mary Badham, Brock Peters—8. 
*0-9:00—'To Kill a Mockingbird (again)—5. 

C-9:00—Barbarian-and the Geisha (1958 John Wayne). 
Listen to the Mockingbird instead—12. 

11:00—Brothers Karamazov (1958 dramatic failure), 
Lee Cobb, Yul Brynner, Claire Bloom—12. 

11:00—Return of Wildfire (1948 miss it)—13. 

*11:15—14 Hours (thrilling 1951 man on a ledge), 
Richard Besehart, Paul Douglas. Grace Kelly—4. 

* C-ll :15—To Kill a Mockingbird (see 8:3Q)-€. 

* 11:15—L-Shaped Room (moving 1963 drama), 
Leslie Caron, Brock Peters, music by Brahms—8. 

C-ll 25—Pocketful of Miracles (good 1961 Damon 
Runyon), Bette Davis, Peter Falk, Glenn Ford—2. 

11:30—Screaming Mimi (unsuspenseful 1958 suspense), 
Anita Ekberg, Phil Carey—11. 

* 11:35—Mark of Zorro (1940 whoopee). If you liked 
Guy Williams, you’ll love Tyrone Power—7. 

1:00 a.m.^Gorilia at Large (fair 1954 whodunit), Anne 
Bancroft, Lee Cobb, Raymond Burr—4. 

Lee Cobb-13. 

1:30-Tall Texan (fair 1953 western), Uoyd Bridges. 
Lee Cobb-13. 

1:35—Safari (fairly-good 1956 Africadventure), Victor 
Mature, Janet Leigh, John Justin—5. 

1:35—Journey Into Light (dim 1951 love story), 
Vlveca Lindfors, Sterling Hayden, Thomas Mitchell—12. 
NOTE: Channel 7 plans one or more late movies. 


IHEKTV 
Lkumrt I 

Cenotaph <7:4S) 
Pete* Place 
Romper Room 
Ed Allen 


J. P. Patch** 
CapL Kangaroo 
Newa 

Perry Max on 

Perry Mason 
Dick Van Dyka 
Love of Lite 
Search tor Tmrw 


Cenotaph;(7:45) News: Sampson Today 
Len Sampson Today 
Donald O'Connor Telescope 

Donald O’Connor Teleaco pa 

Personality Huron!* 

Hollywood Squares Remembrance 

Jeopardy Remembrance 

Eye Guess_Big Spender* 

Make a Deal Pete's Place 

Days of Our rival Noon; Movie 
Doctors Movie 

Another World Movie 


Stock Market* 
Stock Market* 
Stock Markets 
Stoclj Market* 

Stock Market* 
Stock Market* 
Stock Market* 
Stock Market* 

Storx Market* 
Stock Markata 
Stock Market* 
Stock Market! 


4x8 PREFINISHED 
PANELLING SALE 


14” Popular woodgraln hardboai* 
In teak, walnut, cedar and 

pine . .—*5.41 

4 mm ctfortoned mahogany 
1 in aUver axh and walnut _-.88.8f 
i mm mahogany ..... 12.81 


Jean Camera 
Jean Cannem 
Pierre Bertoo 

Big Spender s 

Pete's Place 
Music: Movie 
Movie 


Donald O'Connoc 
Dick Cavett 
Dick Cavett 
Dick Cavett 


Huron!* 
Remembrance 
Remembrance 
Pick of Week 

Football 

Football 

Football 

Football 


Movie 
Movie 

Love of Lit* 
Merv Griffin 

Merv Griffin 
Mere Grtffln 
Many Splendored 
Truth or Conaeq. 

Hazel , Secret Storm 

Divorce Court Divorce Court 

i Underdog Houeeparty 

Patty Duka WhaTa My UneT 

Green Hornet Yogi Bear 

Dennis tha Menace Cartoon* 
FUntitonaa I Love Lucy 

B at m an Movie 


Farm; News 
Romper Roam 
Romper Room 


Lucllla Ball 
As World rums 
Many Splendored 


Bewitched 

Treasure Isle 
Dream House 
Funny Ask 

Newlywed Gama 
Dating Game 
General Boaottftl 
One Ufa to Live 

Dark Shadows 
F Troop 
New* 

Newi 


Movie 


CEILING TILE. WHITS 
12x32 and 16x18. *4 aq. ft 

Carton - - 

214" FlhregUw Insulation 


[Secret Storm 
Edge of Night 
House party 
J. P. Patches 

Voyage 

Voyage 

I New* 


You Don’t Say Movie 

Match Gam# Perry * Pn 

Concentration Dylan ThM 

Mike Douglas Dylan Thoi 

Mike Dougin' Hnnnla Pn 

Mike Douglas TBA 

McHale's Navy i Spy 

Truth or Conaeq, I Spy 

New* New* 

New* Bewitched 

New* Fllntstnne* 

Dream of Jeannle Windfall 

Rowan ft: Martin We Were Young Gunimoke 

Rowan * Martin We Were Young Here'a Lucy 

Movie We Were Young Mayberry 

Movie Carol Burnett Family Affair 

Movie Carol Burnett Carol Burnett 

Carol Burnett 


Football 
Bob Swltzkr 
Dylan Thomas 
Dylan Thomas 

Bonnie Prudden 

TOA 
TBA 

Where IV s At 

Ghost A Mrs. Muir I News 
Hourglass | Football 

Hourglass 1 Football 

Grass Avengers 


Movie 

Perrys Probe 
People In Conflict 
Doctor's Diary 

FUntatanea 
Bewitched 
I Spy 

I Spy_ 


Movie 

Movl* 

Movla 

Penny and Pals 

Movie 

Movie 

Movie 

Movie 

Bachelor Father 
Jark Benny 
Car Racing 


UM »Q. ft. rt ..*8 

4x8x44 Lbr. Core Rotary 
Mahogany .....*12 

ROLL ROOFING SALE 


45-lbt, oily .. 

55-lbs., only .... 

30-lba. mineral surface— 
Red, green, black; only 

> to 3. Mr 
8:30 


Mavis 

Movie 

Movie 


GllUgan’s Island 
I Bteva Allen 
Steve Allen 
Run kr Life 


Movie 

Newa 

Movie 

Gunsmoke 


Mira Canada 
Miss Canada 
Miss Canada 

Family Affair 
Mr. Roberta 
Rowan A Martin 
Rowan A Martin 

Ironside 

Ironside 

Newa 

News; Perry 

Parry's Probe 
Perry's Proha 


Car Raring 


through Friday) 
Saturday 

S. J. PEDEN LTD. 
2855 Quesnel St. 386-34( 


We Were Young 
We Were Young 
We Were Young 
Carol Burnett 


Avenger* 
Peyton Place 

Outcasts 

Outcast* 


Run for Llfa 
I Love Lucy 
Merv Grtffln 
Mere Grtffln 


Gunsmoke 
Here's Lucy 
Perry Mason 
Perry Mason 

Carol Smelt 
Carol Burnett 


Movie 

Movie 

.Movie 


Carol Burnett 
LltUe Learning 
New* 

Sports; Movie 

Movla 

Movls 


Big Valley 
[Big Valley 
New* 

Joey Bishop 

: Joey Bishop 
| Joey Bishop 


Football 

Football 

Football 

Football 

i Movie 
Movla 


Movie 

New* 


Alfred Hitchcock [Movie 


BEHIND 

EMPRESS PONTIAC BUICK LTD; 


Johnny Canon 


Movie 


Highway Patrol | Movla 


Movie 


Johnny Caraon 
Johnny Carson 


Mcnda 

Movie 


Movie 


STEWART & HUDSON 
Building Supply Centre 

PAINT BARGAIN 
Irate* Wail paint .*2.M 


Saturday Radio 

1:00 p.m.—Opera Time: Die Walkure—CBU (690). 
1:10—Songs by Renata Tebaldi—CBU-FM (105.7). 
8;00—A CBC study of Schoenberg and Stravinsky, the 
20th century's greatest influences on Music—CBU-FM. 

8:05—Gala Performance: Vladimir Horowitz plays 
Beethoven’s Patetique sonata—CFMS (98.5). 


Q6:00—Boy with Green Hair (not-much 1948 fantasy), 
Robert Ryan, Pat O’Brien—7. 

8:00—Baron of Arizona (faintly-em using 1950 western), 
Vincent Price, Beulah Bondi—13. 

C-9.00—Now You See It, Now You Don’t (1968 made- 
fcr-TV art-swindle comedy), Jonathan Winters, Steve 
I Allen—5. 

11:00—On Ahe Beach (popular 1958 after4he-bomb), 
Gregory Peck, Ava Gardner, Fred Astaire—12. 

11:30—Prince Valiant (see 6:00 p.m. Sunday)—7. 

C-ll :45—Glenn Miller Stray (1954), James Stewart, 
June Allyson. Ignore them, but not the music—2. 

12:00—Detour (1946 zilch). Go around it—13. 

1:00 a.m, 


137 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES) 40 BUSINESS PERSONALS 


Leslie Caron, Tom Bell, music by Brahms—6. 

11:35—Ricochet Romance (1955 garbage), Marjorie 
Main, Irene Ryan, Rudy Vallee. Who needs it?—2. 

11:45—Not As a Stranger (just-boring* 1955 doctors), 
Sinatra, Robert Mitchum, Gloria Grahame. No—4. 

12:00—The Man Inside (so-so 1958 detective stuff), 
Jack Palance, Anita Ekberg, Nigel Patrick—12. 

12:35—Graiman's Walk (fair 1958 western), Van Heflin, 
Tab Hunter, James Darren, Kathryn Grant—5. 


hypnotc consultant 

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FIR PLY BARGAINS 

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WALLBOARD BARGAINS 

4x8*1 -3 Hanfcmod __gl 

4x8x14 Bantoaard . 

4x4 Sqoaretez CeOteg HI*_41. 


Sunday Highlights 


EDUCATION 


ROLL ROOFING 
BARGAINS 

Roll Cavers 100 sq. ft 

Jtt.JMb. ...AS 81 

jsy 55-lb. .... ti n 

Mineral Surface, Red. green 
and Made .45.91 


Sunday Radio 


JTMINY CRICKETS 
KINDERGARTEN 


5:30—The University of Puerto Rico string quartet 
plays Beethoven and Mozart music—9. 

C-7:00—A new, two-hour version of Heidi stars Jen¬ 
nifer Edwards, Jean Simmons, Michael Redgrave, Maxi¬ 
milian Schell, Walter Slezak. Big names—2, 6. 

C-7:30—Kate Smith with the Smotherses-8. 

C-8:00—Wayne and Shuster with Ed Sullivan—7, 12. 

C-8:3Q—Portrait: Barbara Stanwyck—11. 

C-9:00—The Smotherses agairi (see 7:30>—7, 12. 

9:00—NET Festival repeats the interesting views of 
Israeli philosopher Martin Bubek—9. 

★ 10:00-1716 Way It Is. Beats Phyllis DiUer—2, 6. 


CENTRAL BUSINESS SERVICES 
Christina* "lettars" are 
IN NOW 

820 View St 584-52! 


-Dial 1119 (good 1955 psycho-on-the-loose), 
Marshall Thompson, Leon Ames, many more—4, 

1:05—Brave Warrior (terrible 1952 Indians-are-good- 
guys), Jon Hall. Michael Ansar a, Jay Silverheeis—-5. 
2:30—Man fromCairo (1954 George Raftripe)—13. 


Morning and afternoon classes. AH 
Day Care from 8:00 tm-5:50 pn 

We have two Schools to serve you: 
ltm Foul Bay Road - 
8410 Shelbourne St - WM2SI 
Evenings call MH282. 

Boros transport* tVn avaHabla 


* 1:00 p.m.—The sudden-death CFL western semi¬ 
final: Edmonton at Calgary-C-FAX (1070), CHQM 
(1320), Cablevigion Channel 10. 

4:00—-NHL hockey, Montreal at Detmt-CBU (690). 

5:05—Remember When: nostalgia time—CJVI (900). 

7:35—Opera Theatre: Daa Rheingold—CBU-FM. 

8:00—CBC Showcase recalls, in words and music,' 
Canadians who died in the two world wars—CBU. 

8:05—Rudy Hartman’s Music evening Includes Porgy 
and Bess now, Beethoven’s first symphony at 9—CFMS 
(98.5). 

9:00—CBC Stage 
Eskimo boy—CBU. 


Orarge* or Budgets 
Open 7:80 to 5:50 
Including Saturdays 
Plains SSiftEl 
Bta * Oni Road RaW 
i THWART * HUDSON 


HAWAII-®®, 15 DAYS 
Include* tare and hotel claaa to 
beach, depart Jan U and 27. Balm 
Infcrnatliswl Travel, 884-48U. 


Monday Radio 


PERSONALS 


TUTORING wn 

Bring yaw actual problems to an 45 Hz blar 
Wa have helped others aavs a K lb. bla 
wbda school year by: ottering it- 88 lb. red. 
beat In tmortng from Grade 1 to Unaanded 
University levels; giving todlvktaal *274 ..... 

Instruct!cm; extending friendly and 0-73- 

understanding attention to st wlesdn ' *2 42 ..... 
UQ1 particular need a. May wa help 5240 ..... 

your |7-7* - 

_ UNIVERSAL TUTORING COLLEGE p°“* : 

3000 Douglas * V.Vl 

Pbona 383-8108 may tlm« 


REMEMBRANCE DAY services from Ottawa will be 
heard at 10:30 a.m. on CBU (690). No Victoria station has 

reported any specials on services here. tort* pma*. b ox 2 * 4 . _ 

1:15 p.m.—This Week's Artist is pianist RudoU Serkin "frie?**,y nnsnrs amd the 


Sunday Sports 


a Len Peterson drama about an 


C-8.30 a.m.—Football, Notre Dame vs. Pitt—5. 

C-10:30—AFL football, San Diego at Boston—5. 
010:30—NFL, San Francisco at Chicago—7, 12. 
011:05—NFL, Pittsburgh at St Louis—2, 6. 

C-1:0Q p.m.—NFL, New York at Dallas—7, 12. 

★ 1 -.00—CFL football features the sudden-death west¬ 
ern semi-final: Edmonton at Calgary—8. 

03:00—'The Hawaiian golf open ends—5. , 

06:00—Football, Washington State at Oregon—5. 


evening to the Great War. Qu ‘ dr * * 8Mm — - -— 

Ties ends, then at 9. the 3552“^ & 

le Dumbells—CBU. 

... , __ to 1 p.t* and ft-7 p,ra. Rev. C. 

:cial on war music, from nnm 

econd World War—CFMS attv . skiers. I will hk 

riding for the second or third week 
, . . In Dec»mb«r In U« Interne Rave 

phony orchestra plays the nxm fcv i. 1 or 1 m u» ear. u 
symplamy-GBU. 

_ wnj. DRIVE YOUR CAR TO LOS 

*• Anpsles^of^rtctoHj, approx. Nov. 

QUIET RlWINm LADY SKEO 

. _.. .. mao financially aecure wXh home, 

* BUSINESS SItVICES g* Wdorta Pres*. Bax Ml _ 

DIRECTORY alcoholics anonymous 

---- Contact 533-0415 at P-O. Bax L 1MB 

Trea Saerica Wras SL. victoria. RC 

~C QAST LINE TREK SERVICE ™ 

40* BUSINESS PERSONALS' 

ee» Selectiva lot clearlrte- EriL ____ _ . 

rites, licenaad. Insured. «*87311. DOROTHY RAWUN90N IS BACK 
‘ “ — at the "Bobette” after a holiday Id 

Walt WaabiM Eiaupa. Sped nixing In maeraillaa 

__”__ and paper ourttag. Phona M4-B51 

[AYWARCS WALL WASHING MM DnuMaa _ 

wvtea BMW. _ FOR HEALTH AND BEAUTY 

traCsB a Flnnlrii Sauna hath Id 

your home. Raaaonahia rata*. 888 M FUEL 

U aBar > pm. ■■ ■ —_______ 

HAVE FUN ACQUIRING. MORE 

PEP. KEENER APPETITE AND —-- — ■ —- 

CLEARER BRAIN AT THE 'nr . FREiTOLOOS 

---- —-- M* tor |D In drivevrey. I 

HAIRCUTS. MEN *LB6; BOYS kindling. S4.TIL Coal, tn ton. 
OJ5; Senior Clltems, C.35. A-I Order hafnra winter short* 
Barber Shop, 173* Lillian Rd. Williams CoaJ, M BM 

S**^T ,, ®rteVjra5te 8-£dmm horns, PORTRAITS OR TRADITIONAL COAL THAT LASTS CLEAN 
rod ^Immsrrlal psteUngi hy Ettnay. Guaranteed to Fadea. Rldiard Hall and 

and com m« re 1*1. 8S8-7CK any lima individual taata. SSftJHftft since 2883. 744 Fart Brert. 384- 


Monday Highlights 


REMSMBRANCE DAY ceremonies are due at 7:45 
a.m, from Ottawa and 10:30 a.m. from Vancouver on 
Channels 2 and 6. Their schedules are disrupted until 
evening. Channel 9 has no daytime programs today only. 

C~12:00 noon—The Canadian junior football final at 
Edmonton: Ottawa vs. Saskatoon—2. ‘ 

012:00—A holiday edition of Pete’s Place—6, 8. 

-A film about Dylan Thomas—2, 6. 


Sunday Movies 

i.m —Secret of the Sphinx (1964 forget it)—H- 
^-Saturday's Millions (putrid 1933 pigskin 
Robert Young, Johnny Mack Brown: Rah—5. 


3:00 p.m. 

C-6:30—Football, Washington vs. Stanford—4. 

C-6:30—The Miss Canada pageant. Miss Victoria's 
there—8. 

★ C-8:00—And We Were Young is a 90-mlnuler about 
Canada's Great War forces at work arid play—2, 6. 

*08:00—Rowan and Martin and Dick Gregory—5. 
8:00—A NET special about U.S. poverty—9. 

* Gfl:00—Rowan and Martin again (see 8:00)—8. 

C-9:30—Carol Burnett with Mel Torme and a couple 

of nuts, Nanette Fa bray and Don Rickies—2, 6. 

CT0:0O—The same Carol Burnett show—7, 12. 

10:0Q—Football, Pacific Lutheran vs. Whitman—13. 


LANGFORD BUILDING 
SUPPLY 

Open Seven Days a Week 
940 Coldstream Ava. _ 478-1734 

BUILDING A 
New House-Patio-Garage, 

—Phone— 

478-1701—Res. 478-2737 
FOR Free Estimate* 
Ready Mix Concrete 
from COLUMBIA 
READY MIX LTD. 

2949 Phipp* Road 
Open Mon, thro Sat ( 6 daysll 

FURNACE REPAIR 
MATERIALS 

Fire Brick. Fire Clay and Dsvll'g 
Putty, Permanent Cement for (ha 


C-9:30 4 
1:30 p! 
potboiler). 


Taller* 


DANCE STUDIO 
Ballroom danca leaaatia, p 
Ph. Mr. Laaak K 


COMPLETE MEN'S ALTERA- 
Unna and remodelling to update 
men's apparel. Pant* tapered, coats 
shortened, etc. Good selection top- 
auaiity Imported materials. 
Barotos Cuetoro Tat tors, 831 Yatei 
St. 584-4231 

COMPLETE LADIES' ALTERA 
Clos and remodelling. Ladles' aulta. 


, UXHIU /, IWOClt -- —‘J --.... -- 

C-2:00—Lad a Dog (1961 must for young boys), Peter 
Breck, Angela Cartwright. It’s by Terhune-2. 


2:00—Man from Cairo (1954 George Raftrash)—13. 

3:00—Operation Pacific (routine 1951 John Wayne)—1L 

3:30—Gun Brothers (woeful 1956 western), Neville 
Brand, Buster Crabbe. Rotten casting—4. 

03:30—1 Like Money (1961 Peter Sellers)—8. 

4:30—The Bravados (good but long 1958 western 
revenge), Gregory Peck, Joan Collins, Henry Silva, 
Stephen Boyd, Albert Salmi, Lee Van Qeef—7. 

6:00—A Star Is'Born (good 1955 musical drama), Judy 
Garland, James Maaon. Almost worth recommending—11. 

C-6:00— Prince Valiant (1954, not worth seeing at all). 
Robert Wagner. Janet Leigh, James Mason—12. 

8:00—Blackout (1954 mystery), Dane dark—13. 

C-9:00—Alvarez Kelly (1964 Civil War, not too bad), 
William Hidden, Richard Widmark—4. 

9:45—Strange Impersonation (way-out-of-date 1946 
mystery), Brenda Marshall, William Gargan—13. 

* 11:15—L-Shaped Roam (nicely-done 1963 drama). 


WELL DIVndHG 


HOUSTON TREE SERVICE 


Brush hauled 11 desired Fre* 
estimates Licensed end Insured 
Phone 888-8515 anytime _ 

ANYTHING IN TREE& STUMPS, 
hedge work or dangerous tree*. Call 
MT. VIEW TREE BERVICK 
47M873 insured >0-329* 

A-l TRIE TOPPING. FREE E1TT 

mate*, badges, limla, trees, re- 

moved. Tree* doctored. Reeencehk COUPLE' 
rate* Insured. H. Waring. *83-7744. reritofUl 


l*ak> basement Albltal, toe wonder 
binding agent for Coocrel*. Tool* 
of all kind* Lockaeta Mortar. 
Cement Bricks, both new end used. 

ISLAND BUILDING 
SUPPLY COMPANY LTD.' 

319 Gorge Road Xaat 1824171 
Opa Saturdays tin aooo 


. QUADRA BEAUTY SALON HAS 
toodaa special cm permanent waves mu 
Hw" November lStti. S88-48U 

WALL PRIVATE SITTING BY TRANCE 
IL_ Clairvoyant m*<Hunr MIA 


HOME 


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8:04 

University 

1:3* 

Pete * Plsce 

8:4» 

Romper Rooia 

8:38 

Ed Allen 


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l'xur, rxir, 4"* 

aaaortad Other atari. 


Plowing, Rotovuting 


• nd Cultivating 


VA^J ISLE MARINA 


aftaoreea outer nri, >11 irMgii vwv 

lumbar half prie*. Cato and carty. 
6D-2740 evening!._ 

sand and gravel and used 
red brick. OK. Tonkin* ''•x Ltd 


MOTORS! 


EA BREEZE portable 
player with 4-apeed ah 
c hangar, twin apaakare. 


68 Triumph, 500 cc 


^sm 


66 Yamaha, 


50 cc_$15C 

Complete leather selection— 
Boots, jackets, pants, gloves. 

SEE US I^gW 


d.iiOJi. safest. 

I JUNIPERS FOR sale" FROM TV- 
*1.25. 900 Falmouth. 80.9714. _ 

Tap Soil, Rock* and Fill 


FLEETWOOD 


5 -w»y Combination. 
TV with new pleture tub* 
l-yetr warranty, ‘- - 


and _ 

cotaro chi 
ftandard | 
Only ..... 


....__ 4-»p««|l 

er. Excellent radio, 
lo and ahori wave i 


No. t CLEAN TOP SOIL 
6 yd a *24 
12 yda MS 

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MAH 

FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES 
1821 COOK ST. 


harmon'xe dltlerently Ilnithed ESPANA rabs WITH CASE, UKE 

f ilecea. Make an appointment for a new. All often command. 882-3974. 

ree appralaal. Calf tba Bay 385- -— -—- - -- 

1311. Local 231. Another fine Bay TOR BALE; HEINT2MAN PIANO 
aervlca. Wa alao llnlah rufrlgara- **® 3SS-71®. 
tora ' “—— 

-ElSSiiw- 63A MUSIC TEACHERS 

TWoM” cftepertltld cl«ra#4 dn PRIVATE MUSIC LESSONS ON 
muthed. In your qwn home bom *19 MOST ALL INSTRUMENTS 
We alao elaan carpeta. For free BALL AND FAIRFIELD 

aaUmMea. ^aill^ Amhaaaador Home 7» fort - stj.8342 

COLONEL MAP UX DOUBLE BE D. PROrESSIONAL^INSTRUCnON 
aprtna and mattreM; highboy, J BERNIE PORTER MUSIC STUDIO 

^r^Wo^^a^iw^B^ nM-Dcatgai St_ 

Offer. 4T9-SJ4L PLAY POPULAR PIANO 

PERSONALIZED RS-UPHOLSTER- 

Ins aervlca In the homa Phone --— - _ 

36MU1 and ut tor J Worden DAVE LAKE MUSIC STUDIO 
or G Bndaaua Standard Furniture Accordion—Popular Oman 

Co., m Vatei _ Private Leuona SSM275 

TOR RENT. FURNITURE FOR PIANO AND THEORY SPECIALS 
unfumlahed Apartment! Standard log In beglnnera. Falrfield-Roai Bay 
Furniture Co. 731 Yatea BL. SB area itM3S 

Bill -ana —- 

- ----—-— VIOLIN LESSONS AT HOME. 

HAND-PAINTED IN FLOWER Special atndente rale*. J82-M88. 


385-2133 


THE TIME 


FOR JUST PENNIES 

A DAY 


Victoria Cablevision. Ltd. 
3601 Shelbourne 
477-1884 


TV. STEREO, RADIO 
SALES AND SERVICE 


CUB CDAS3 Zl' SLOOP. COM 
ptateiy equipped. Moving November 


r portable -... 

*" table . 

■" Lowuoy oonadete 
»• Lowboy conaole . 


Oold Arm lea i Loui 
Gold Recliner. SKI 


»• Cmtanpoi ary Lowboy 
2 t" French ProvJtdal 
Lowboy ... 


TV RENTALS and TV SERVICE 
RENTALS 

From Aa Low Aa 17 Par Month 
*1 YEARS 

OF TV SERVICE EXPERIENCE 
CAU. TOR APPOINTMENT 
181-6111 

1520 Fairfield Shopping Plaxa 

"SPECIALISTS" 

Di COLOR TV SERVICING 
9 AM I PM. 


385-1456 


Covered by Bigler Broe 
1 -year guarentae a* par 
and aarWre 

I yean picture U*>e em 

Atoo ih the "BuHhorn’ 
Arhniral aterao 

BUTTER BROS. 
1710 Douglaa BL I 


KITCHEN SET. PINK AND 
black, * 18 : kidney ahaped drawer, 
*5. <38-5178 


Mn.TO 3 PAULS OF SXB 195; 1 WOOD, 1 
metal. Beet offer. Victoria Preea,. 


WANTED: LOCJS-HEMLOCK. FIR 
or cedar Felled or itandtng. Am 
quon* 'v ldeai cawmllla 88S-044L 

WANTED - STANDING OR 
felled timber. Perry Broi. 478-2330 

WANTED — GOOD XMAS TREES, 
fir and pin*. 479-3873 Or 479-4410. 


WROUGHT IRON DINETTE 
suite, 8 Chalra *18. n«-498t._ 

DOUBLE BED CHESTERFIELD, 
dark green, beat offer. 8 B 8 -SB®. 


KENTS LTD. 

HEADQUARTERS 


■2 MISCELLANEOUS FOR 
SALE 


H AMMOND O R Q A/N , MAPLE 
f nte, immaculate new ccndbkm. 
Model LlOO with marching bench. 
11,488 Converter* credit terma 
Woodward'* Mayfcto, ted floor. 

RENTALS. SALES AND REPAIRS 
tor all band tnetruroeeta. Nelson'I 
Inetrument Repair flwvtca. (Ih 
Carey Rd Phone 478-2881 _ 

NOW! EXCLUSIVELY THOMAS 
and Conn nrgane only at Reginald 
B no* Organ Studio, 1517 Quadra. 
183-ana 

WK BIT USED PIANOS TOR 
raah Phone E A TON’I Utter 
C-ntra lane _ 

TELECASTS*. AS NEW. MAPLE 
beck, da tee raverh amp. €S2-234(i 
after I. 

TALTSMAN MUSIC CENTRE 
E*erMc piano, waa *295. now *21* 
W Yatea Street 184-8222 


TV RENTALS 
19” and 21” Portables 
OPTION TO PURCHASE 


CAPRI Toilet Tissue 


MUSTANG 


4-roll pack 
ONLY 36c 


GLASCRAFT BOATS 

FALL CLEARANCE SALE 
2 ONLY 

14' 4" DIE LUXE runabout, 
hJMered leate. Rag. | 

SALE .... 


67 STOVES AND FURNACES 


MAIS FURNITURE 
1821 Cook St. 385-1 


If BRANDLMAYR express 
CRUISER, in h.p. Chryiier. 
boathouse condition_ 47000 

m 6 " GRENFELL Guirmaetef. 
V -8 power, tw.c. aleepa live. 


Facial Tissue, 
25c 


mcSffat 

RANGE SPECIAL 


ONCE IN A 
LIFETIME 


radio-phone 


14' 4" DE LUXE runabout, unhrd-l 
■tered aeals and aide panel], 
Reg. IIUX), SALE .* 8 X'; 

GUARANTEED 
USED OUTBOARDS 

61 Johnaon 3 H P. __imi 

67 Johnaon 5 H.P. 

59 Gale 5 H.P. '..'"'i so 

68 Johnaon 9V4 H P. * 283 , 

S3 Johnson 18 H.P. ' 1255 

58 Johnaon 18 H P,. *14S 

M Johnaon 90 H.P.t.. 

Easy term*. tradea welcome 

ANGUS MARINE 
SALES A SERVICE 
2 X» Dcmglaa SI. 181-103 


See thla new ISM 
model 30" range with 
luxe features JnctudJ 
elements, roast meter, 
surface elements etc. 

Factory Uit «S39-Our 
Antigua Copper *10 


*7 HARDTOP Express Cruiser 
with fiybrldg*. Monk design, 
Chrysler power, radio, sound¬ 
er, sleeps six . *18,950 

*5' 6 " CLASSIC Bridgedeck 
Cruiser, Chrysler power. 
, accommodate* tour, excellent 
condition .. *9300 


overhauled. 10 -day guartntae on 
parts and labour. 1 yr. on 
picture tube. Cash or terms 
Phone Jim Snare SSH4S8 days 
383-9230 eve*. Continental Homs 

Supply, 851 Johnsoi St 

r.V. RENTALS 
RENT TO OWN 
AS LOW Afi IT MONTHLY 
Rental Can be Aputied to the 
WITH Purchaas Price M Hour Replace 
* 382- roent Servioa 

Immediate Deb eery 
SET. AAA TELEVISION RENTALS 


tag Ufl-out 
two large 

price *288 
Extra. 


MAN S SKIS AND BOOTS, 81EK 8; 
lady's ski I and boots, sige 5; 1 
man's and 1 lady > bowling ball 
and bag: man s skates, size 8, 
lady's skates star 5; 4 aquar* 

dance dresses, s.ze 12. *7 each. 
Pticma aflernoon or after 10 p.m. 
IHJ-0141. 

RUGS LOOK "NEW." ITS SO 
easy with RUG MATE stain re¬ 
moving rug shampoo. Rent electric 
■hampooer tor (LOG Clark and 
Paltlson, 780 Prlnreta 8t Sea our 
ad under Painters tor othrt 
supplies 


C. TAYLER 
707 Johnson St 


Lewyt floor polisher. $24.30. 


42 BRIDGE DECK with command 
bridge, Cummins Diesel. 


OIL STOVE AND SPACE HEAT 
art Installed and serviced. Guaran¬ 
teed work by PhU Ballam Plumb¬ 
ing and Heating, U0Q Oak Bay 


60 watt light bulbs: 
Sale 2 for 28c 
Reg. 2 for 58c 


CANOE COVE MARINA 


Ava., 285*751 

OIL STOVE. HOT WATER TANK, 
oil tank and aland. Coal furnace 
and Automatic stoker. Oood coraU 
tton- Offers. 133-45*1._ 

USED OIL FURWACE 86.010 BTU 
counter flow. ~ 


TELEVISION - RADIO 
MAJOR APPLIANCES 
Retain made In ycor burnt eg In 

-'“ bulidL-g -“■-* 


Commander - Crusader 

Bertram 


Trojan - Shepherd 


bv competent 

-ed by famcsia 

You can chars* u 
Dial MS-1UL 


ths service_ 

technicians and 
HBC guarani#* 

or -aa vote PR. 


Good anUie Xn- 

I cludcA: pipes, grilH, 

Raasnsiahts. Plata* 477-3d _ 

TWO USED OIL RANGES, IN 
working order, What offers? Sidney 
Furniture. 656-2611 


4—NEW 

METRALLAS MK2 

Waa . 

NOW .. 


HELP, WERE OVERLOADED! 
Treadlei *19.95; Portable Electrics 
from *29 up including several open 
arm Etna and Bernina PorUb.es; 
Conaola. Guaranteed and Terma. 
Sawyer Sewing Machines Ltd.. BU 
Fo rt St., 388-6828.__ 

PHorocoPitR a p e c o auto 

SUL Aa naw, *Ud or beat offer. 
Remington portable typewriter, 
good ocodUtan, *46 Phtafrephie 
equlpmem, mlac. Enlarger. Trays 
and dryer. M a te an oflar. M2-19B4. 

WARBHOIBE CLEARANCE 
Vacuum tlMitirs and sewing 
machines, regular *49 to clear at 
126. Waterless cookware seta, regu¬ 
lar *39 to dear at 07. *81-1780 Tor 
tree home demooitratlcai 


RENT 

If lata modal portable TV 
OO par month 

BUTLER BROTHERS 
(720 Douglas BL ML 


WANTED; LARGE FENDER AMP 
Ca M. John, 384-887B. _ 

an HASS H OH HER ACCORDION. 
*15tt 47s477*4 

FENDER DE LUXE REVERB 
am putter, OOare. 477-M44. _ 

EXCELLENT NORDHEBCER 
piano with bench. **75. *86-1871. 

1 B FLAT CLAWOTT WITH 
cast, *75 JIB-8878. 


FOR SALE - OIL S! 
healer. Best offer take* Ft. 
4SSL 4-4 p m. 


Italian organi a small garden 
Truck Tractor; bedroom sultsa- 
Eg!* JJ, *aug*. 18 gauge and 
SB t; TV., radio-record combina¬ 
tion As naw Inglia auto, waahsr. 
Wantoobea. Many Wsttam bone 
saddles, hunk bade and recllnsr 
cfalr. All at 

PEOPLE'S TRADING POST 
25111 TRAN SCAN ADA HIGHWAY 
^ FHONE 4T8-S33 
OPEN SUNDAY 1-6 P.M. 


4—NEW 
MATADORS 


eluded, * 


SEIOLER OO. HEATER 
btower. Offere. 3R24M62 


REBUILT PIANOS EASY TERMS 
Scott Plano Sendee 384-4673 

WANTED. RUMPUS ROOM 
piano, any eondlticm. 477-391K 

coon rumpuT - :room piano; ] 

*271 or Oden. 477-ST9A 
Z1LDSIAN CYMBAL 24", THIN.’ 


HIAVY BQUiFMINT 
AND MACHINERY 


NEED A BUILDING! 
Any site mfab alee I building 
CYRQX CONSTRUCTION Ltd 

Executive Rous* (Salts Bui 
_ 384-T164, _ 

TO I OAT PARTS FOR U 
New undarcarrlaga. 4TB-X2&. 


1—NEW 

CAMPERA 175co 


BAKERY, *115 CEDAR HILL RD. 
By golf comae enhance Crusty 
|roila dinner aconea. Sac doaan. Try 
[our full flavored bread, there la a 


BRONZE DINGHY DAVITS, fwud 
grid brackela, ruddtrx, pro*aUsre 
and abafu, bearlnga "Sinmlgx’ 1 
trolling funllse. blocks wUk by 
draulic drivea 

SMITH BHOB. FOUNDRY 
A MACHINE WORKS LTD. 

Cl Perabroka SL 1H1Q 


BUTLER BROS. 
EQUIPMENT 


CANADA CHOKE 
RED BRAND BKEF 
Hindi 73c, Fronts 51c, Sides Be. 
Local Lamb, 8Bc 
Cut — wrtw-i Froaan 


SEA GULL OUTBOARD® 
■ales—Para—Rapa in 

BRIGGS STRATTON > 
Salea—Parta-Rapalrs 

VICTORIA LAWNMOWER 
HOSPITAL 

884 Johnaon SL. 1 88 3334 


BOAT CHARTER 

Completely equipped and comfort 

hunting, stghUastng. 
ga and wbarfaga 
at**. West ItaY 


Boat, hroi 

Reaionable _ . 

Martn*,_43J Haad at., *854 882. 

ftbreglaased, full (rym pie mart ■ 
maamred, atalnlan alee! pulpit i 

rails, many extra*. *3,800. 477-ISM 

BASIC MATERIAL FOR f 
SABOT sailing boat. *80 23. 

SAANICH LUMBER YARDS 
30H DOUGLAS ST MB* 


*' REAVER TABLE SAW VHP AN INCINERATOR THAT LASTS! 

Lt^T.rtl^.rcirpin^. "f* 

hand fete and pow* tools *88- -..^99 

__ CASOO PROD UCTS, ffi8-HB7 

^dtt*n- C £5h35re“liSl dSd? UND8RWOOO PORTABLE TYPK- 

SS m *" r “ W '' h ^ e Glr^^d - btoyr£'*A r SS 0 | 

---— mm camera. .Folk guitar. Volk*- 

ADMIRAL -FRIDGE. APPROX I- wagen camper tent. 47*1.337 _ 

SSly “o"” 1 Ido"* *"*8S, T *^!h ** BRITISH SERVICE AND 
e«reJke y m rendillon Sport Ammunition. 4".t8"xS' gum- 

excedem co n dilMti^wtWB.- mr boat bow*tem. IF Olnk«r 

« CU. FT. LEONARD FRIDGE open boat, 8U5. IF cabin boat 2* 
Cross-top freeaer, *46 *84-1816. All h.p. outteiard, *178. 854-2646 

T * mp - ___ DUPONT NYLON HEAVY WEIGHT 

AIR COMPRESSOR; 7-GALLON carpeL 4 colon*, IBM aq. yd. 
paint pot: 100 ft cf boas: B-H.P Continental Home taippiy 83 
motor. *68-7282 , Johnaon, 38 6-2158. 

BEE-JO'S ALMOST NEW CLOTH 16-FT- TRAILER. FURNACE, 
Ing stare, open 9-3 Tue* -SaL corner kltrtien, berth 4, sell or rental 
of Marigold and Bumslds. purchase, Victoria Jeep, 5M Blllilda 


COME SAILING In '88 
BOSUN'S WIDE WORLD OF 
SAILING 

Selling and ehsrteflsg over X 
model* of sailboats In all sixes 
and price ranges. 

580 Johnaon 3L *88-6461 


DEEP V 33-FOOT TROLLJM. ALL 
gulj^d^ramder, pilot A-lic*ne«, 

F nRRECIASS BOAT, 5 HP. 
Seagull motor, *100 each, Arm. 163- 
6344. 

*4' A U X I L iXrV CUTTER 
Atkrn's design. New dacron sails 
ISfmo. 658-5627, 

34* FT 4 IN. OUTBOARD, 16 M P. 
Mercury electric start, controls. 
Ir ailer, rea son stols. 478-2376 _ 

iv 7 YPtR OLD riR'N BOAT, 
94 h p Briggs, MBS. «« 1304. 

W TROLLCR MV. NOMIC 
Fully equip ped 388-6*27 _ 

H trdlTkr’for^salk 
395-2570 


Fartiliag* 


PEARSON MOTORCYCLE 
SALES LTD. 

5588 Dougl&a Street 
586-5053 
Victoria, B^C. 


VALLEY FARMS 


UNUSUAL GIFTS, t 
and collector's Item*. 
Blue 0 * 1 . 442 Queens. 


I CSMTOMHAL SET. 
fern stand. *25; 2-Uer 
ur with glass frvnt. *23 


I as prW aeta *sa 394-8864. WANT ALUMINUM WINDOWS! 

— _ -T r ,„ - — w * fhangs any old window to hew 

RpTOH BUY TYPEWRITERS aluminum. *24 3021 BC Aluminum, 
from Capital City offlcs machines 
Ltd., 788 Broughton 8t 883-370n 

!«U ROYAL BLUE RUG, ACTU- 
Ian Fleece. wUh rubber underlay. 

*36. *84-1417 __ 

BRITISH INDIA RUG. ROSE 
bell*, approximately 12' x 21 . (180. 

3849163 after 4 3a 


SHREDDED KELP, THE ORGANIC 
fert'ltor w«! all the (rare si*- 1 
tasnts. In bag s or bulk. 8762233, 

DUt t MANURE. 10c A BAG 
lldnn Durk rarm SM-44U 


FTRBVNE FARM 
Rnval Oak Ava. 
Bolling fowia, 10 for (S.90. 
FtmK garden prtxtoc*. 


jUBS. BAG AND CART. 


TZJJT ___ __ 18 FT, CABIN BOAT. 

NHW »*A V-BOTTOM PLYWOlPq J ? hn,on ' S, ' M " H5 ' _ 

oartato Ready to paint gafi. 1M WANTED tjUD-LB. TRAIL 
MEL 17 fool boat Phone 478-1901. 


•■7 SS.CC. SUSUEL PHONE 474 MUSHROOM COMPOST BY 
2ML I bag. *56-1744. 


I keepers, 10 cent* 


28 Bitlil (Eolanlit. victorlo, 0.C., Saturday, Novambgr 9, 1968 

A1 BUILDING MATERIALS |M MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS!64 TV. STEREO, RADIO 


62 FURNITURE 

iOLSHAW 7 ! 

AUCTIONEERS 

Buy - Sell 
CASH 

Guaranteed Appraisals 
1115 Fort 384-6441 


THE IDEAL GIFT 

RENT A PIANO 

Rent Applied if Purchased 
Large Selection 

PIANOS 

Grands, Uprights, Spinets 

REED ORGANS 

FLETCHER BROS. 

2020 Douglas *83-0248 Anytime 

HALL & FAIRFIELD 
MUSIC CENTRE 

COMPLETE STOCK OF 
INSTRUMENTS ACCESSORIES 
SHEET MUSIC 

6CHOOL BAND INSTRUMENTS 
FOR RENT 

COMPLETE REPAIR) SERVICE 


SALTS AND SERVICE 


MACS 

TELEVISION SPECIALS 


MOTORCYCLES 


A-l 

USED BIKES 


GARDEN SUPPLIES 180 BOATS AND MARINE 1 80 BOATS AND MARINE 


MMMMMMMMMMM 


Saanich Rentals. TtUlng and mow «*&ln w# need listings to re ! MOTORS ! MOTORS 1 
mg ax competitive rales. All the Pj«“ bpata sold We especially need PFfYlNniTTflNFn 
latest equipment for rent or Mre a ft-W ft In g.tad condition. Please , 

Call 4T7-6SU tor free estimates u* U you have such to till. GUARANTEED I 


GUARANTEED t 


82 MISCELLANEOUS FOR 
SALE 


EATON’S 

BARGAIN CENTRE 


dltlotied AJid guaranteed. J ." ' laKaj unu AND GARDEN ITU- m •*-- m»p riinT TO! IT * 

Only . ..138 96 pruvament, rock gardens. iid^waJks, HANDYMAN SPECIAD-W ft. dii- Jo S ? .WAREHOUSE 

67 Triumph, 650 CO romvatlng. also pruning plscement crulrer, very roomy 1» i i.% ^ ... 

rc.a. VICTOR Hi-ri radio told Bonnle .5950 —_—_ Ne P ed. S te 1 S?-flx r i r n e f 'S'SSn vu^nf* s tp.' : 749 View Street 

r *iS rd . 5iV er „ N “iw.. C0 iS, , “ C i * !WV 'c STARCH ROTOVAT1NG. BRUSH D ng W- 500 61 Merc. 8 h.p. ..*179 

D , cha . n “ tr 02 Triumph, 650 CC mg* s^nd^auU ng 1 * 4 79*8157° “ia-'tt^ POPULAR SAIL-23 ft 'Cub' ciaia S u* 1 "* 0 "' 15 h ^ p ' . 

ton* «wSS. d oniy **!. . tM-'i Trophy...$495 cooper s tractor service "‘“p ,n lovely condition a naru- 6t mm 1 ?.' 2 ” h b p^ ' Save on Fumltt 

Plough, level rotovaia 182-9316. n,odel ' w » reasonably .gj Ga j. 2S h p . g^-J . _ 

“SSSS* Sipar^S^.- “ 67 B S A - 250 «. Sms TRACTOR SERVICE- P . .* 3S5 ° $ 5KS 33 hY .. ! P 11 "* 6 * * l ' 

Srel^nt SkacSy.. ® „ Plow, cult, rolovate, to vat 477*813 WMARD • OUTBOARD - 22 ft. -g Mere. 35 h.^tof/iSiT V-.W* ^ Prlces - 

67 Yamaha, 350 co robs rotovating Si vot«j. in ni« s? Mere, m ffp. Sb 

FLEETWOOD »' consol TV Tnp c !M1 rta ™ cond,Uon - p " c * Include* tear -6a Merc. *3 h.p (long) .Srs 


.' Save on Furniture and Apj 
apllanees at Every-Day Low, 


--- instruments ACCESSORIES 67 Yamaha, 350 co rob s rotovating S™J 5 5 P X ol ™b ln 

. SHEET MUSIC FLEETWOOD W consol TV Top gc-W imiw clean condition. Price Includes boat 

BALE OF MODERN FURNITURE SCHOOL BAND INSTRUMENTS <J< the line modal With 4 HI-FI ^POrtt ...$625 --—--- I™ 11 ** .- .- *4.500 

.... ri3R RENT apeaker* and tone control. .Over Saadi. Bglfai. Flantt ennu-r rrtot-n,i,« „ _ „ 

“ d Bu r“ ,e * d - .... 189 95 67 Yamaha, 305 co Tree*, Shrub. W SfR *.£, rSK 

prs, dining-room suits BeauUful 728 Fort St. 385-8342 - - - - Bear .$595 ----- rooied! Hardtop cockpit Khsl- 

bedruom suit* sad be* mgttress .. ... , PHILOO H" TV with 3 Hl-Fl BlJ Y YOUR PLANTS FROM ,er .-. *3.000 

unit Phone Mr. Bell *84-1037 nights NEW LOW RE Y ORGAN FULLY wreo-anxind sneakera. naw nlc- CC v.n,.k» . people wlyi knms what they are __ 

or SM-243B day* tn view. tramistorlzed with bulk-in Leslie turt^tube with 1 ? year warrant-' Yamaha, 25(Fcfl selling. W# have a great variety at CHRIS CRAFT *T WURA', 1966 

CONTINENTAL HOME 8UFFL* spsa ker systern and famous Lowrey Beautiful condition. Only .*119 95 Sports .5495 *hrift« and fall h-^Chria Craft nwtor. 

*31 Johnaon Hide Walnut flnlah Including 1 ... * Ptants Htw where you gr* better low__boura. Price Include* _boat-| 

.... " b f" eh *100 organ course supplied BAYCRE9T S" Lowboy TV. like ™ 1fV\ f0f v3uwJu!’. e3 tvem “ . Ca750 | 

lunds ■Ac.?.aga sst ea • 100cc »..► J 

AUCTIONS M nSr* ***** Z& t ™ i,d .' 65 TOR HALE: RESPBEauiY CANES, 19*7 ' PH«. aoundaTtrtoiatto aild 


ROB S RDmv r V ^F Brandimayr, 85 ^ Volvo."ln nlre -g %£ ,0Ri) - JE 

S >TOS ^condtUon. PrL mclude,^ -„ Mere. M h a (l°to» 

baadl, Bulb. Flantt, SPORT FISHERMAN » ft. ^Bar- * SJS? - * * .“““IinS, 

. . . . ^ph^: Mere - “ hp - . 

BUY YOUR PLANTS FROM ,er . .-. *3.000 _ SPECIAL WINTERIZE 

EhSg. W?'ha k ve' n * great variety*3 CHRIS CRAFT gr WTUIU', 1966 PROGRAMME FOR 


PROGRAMME FOR 
MERCURY, JOHNSON, 
EV7NRUDE WITH FREE 
WINTER STORAGE. 


WAREHOUSE DAYS 
NOW IN PROGRESS 


USED SPECIALS 

30" TAP PAN Gas Rang* *141.43 


tauv-sauixa M Floor. 

Tuesday and Saturday hbcul upright piano, ■ 

ALL HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS Inches, high, completely ngUtere 
TOOLS. CARS, BOATS, ETC. and recosuMtlaned, modern squari 
PHONE FOR FREE APPRAISAL to**. Including matching duel 
928 FORT ST BM» bench and BUMrtei plsiyi scur^; 

FURNITURE ‘ NEED “rSFINISH- "SS 

Ing? Let the Bay* axperts give Woodw * rt «• u »^* lr 2nc 

them that brand-new look or . ‘ 


MUILINS MARINE SALES — r i Ltd -i^”^ 14 

r rn SHREDDED PEAT SOIU GARDEN 

L ‘ 11J sand, manure, graval. nil. Soil and 

m 925 Yates Street manure by ths sack. E. Nixon Ltd 

Victoria, B.C. 382-1928 ^ FA R - MS shredded 

____ peal soil by lugd Screened ptitllng 

CYCLE CENTRE «Ji_bv_b.a _ 4T4.;m 478-m73 

A-3 BLACK CLEAN PEAT LOAM 

New and Used Bikes! _ 

Parts and Accessories! 7* SPORTING GOODS 
Repalra to AU Make.! F^rwHiii' 

, _ . _ . 12 ga. Caspar itole*6B; 32 Win. 

Let Blow s Motorcyole Sales pump, jus: 32 Parker, *-b. 12 

OQjft rw,.i„, c -><it Steven* pump and choke. 479; 30 

2940 Douglas St. 384-7843 nhlra pump, 004: 308(1 Win , *79; 

-- _ - 20 Beretia O and U, *249: 300 Srrv. 

NOW AVAI LABL E! and 4*. D 21 ; 8mm Mauser and 4x, 

StigllHl rain suit*, boot* gloves, stc |U9; B.S.A. .KM* and aenpe, *99; 
SEE US BEPORB YOU BUY 5mm Brownlt*. *89: 22 CY.lt F.P.. 
BROOK LANDS MOTORCYCLE *48 : 32 Browning, *37; M3 Browning 

SS7 Fort St 183-3928 auto, *191. 

Serving the Motorcyclist Bine* 1913 ROBING ON'S 

CHEAP TRANSPORT. STUDENTS -*«M«9 

preti" JO* 11 *nlSi to "fta* 1 '*ancta RAYS SPORTS CENTRE 
Yamaha 100 motorcycle, with 

saddlebag* to hold all tha loot you Complete eelectlon of hockey 
■ava on gas *130. 47»-t898. equipment Sticks, pads, pant* 

--trTwAsitT- * k | te * ,lc t0T »• orma " 

FALL CLEARANCE SALK 

ALL MODES £ REDUCED 1892 Douglas St *83-6312 


many other extras. Price IncHixies — SPECIAL 5 - GAL GAS AUTOMATIC WASHERS 

b “ lhuu * e . *s.9S(i TANKS, $17.95. lrow . 

DIESEL DtSPIACEMENT. *3 fL . ... WRINGER WASHERS 

designed tor heavy weather. A fine — 20% OFF ALL SKI ** 95 to . 

Itttl* ship. Sleeps 6 -*13,700 EQUIPMENT. STEREOS—Choice of J 

Each .... 

For more information on these ar.d MERCURY MARINE HX . Ff fv, mW „., n _ 
other good used boata, see Steve C ., M . - rB , nrr H B.5nS?w Radk 

Dickinaon or Geoff Simpson. Open SALES & SERVICE Record Plmyer 

weekend* tor your convenience. (DIv of Mayfair Marine Ltd.) Mtdlum-Slte MeCLARY 


VAN ISLE MARINA 
LIMITED 

TSEHUM HARDOR. SIDNEY 

656-1138 


BAIDA 36 CABIN MODEL Is 
now on display at our docks, 
new features—Interior decorator 
lining, built-in gas tank, slid¬ 
ing windows, leak Interior and 
exterior. 

BROKERAGE SPECIALS 

*1' TAHITI KETCH. 26 h p. 
Grey marine, new running and 
standing rigging, luxurious In¬ 
terior, full sail complement. 
Asking . *12,300 

26' FISHERMAN. 80 h.p. 
Ford 1987, auxiliary motor, 
Mov*. In top shape ....*3,300 

22' BELL BUOY, 1988, 215 h.p. 

, f.w.c Interceptor. AU flbreglas 


from .-. *79 95 

WRINGER WASHERS 
from ** 95 to .*39.95 

STEREOS—Choice of J 
Each ... *99 93 

HI-FI Combination Radio- 
Record Player .. _ 1*193 

Msdlum-alte MeCLARY 
Fridge .. . *79 73 

Medium-sixe 8 cu. ft. 

WESTING HOUSE . *39.93 

New ROLLAWAY COTS *26 99 


WOODWARD’S 


con*) ruction 
condition .. 


or. All fibreilas 
In ammacuhte 
. *5,300 


736 Cloverdale Ave. 385-8922 Frld «* . tn n 

Medium-*lie i cu. ft. 

MMMMMMMMMMM westjnchouse .* 9.95 

IK SKI BOAT V-B INBOARD New ROLLAWAY COTS *28 99 
cover, explorer trailer. All tn good 
shape Value. *800 All oftors 
non side red. Write Box 214, fltawan- 

lgan Lake, 743-55 *l; _ Budget T*mu Available 1 “ 21 '' FLEETWOOD $59.35 

WANTED _ MARINE REVERSE ™ 4 , 

Rear with ahout « 314 to i inrougn c-aton s Account 
reduction. Suitable for a 60-h.p. __ , . _ 

motor. CbemaJnui 264-3934 or write UIDCe, Illlrd HOOT. 

Victoria Preea Box 3ffl. _ 

100 B.P. SIMPLEX MARINE EN 
gin* 1:1 reduction gear. Excellent 
shape. Instrument panel and full 

set c< spares *100. 383-7893. ~7 T 7 7 7 T~~T —-—-— ■ 1 ■■ 

3fl FOOT IGYWCXm BOAT, 15-R P A A A A 

STANDARD'S 

or MMOU. _ BARGAIN ANNEX 

3964 MERCURY 9 8, GUARANTEED 

rno. X USED FURNITURE 

Sunday, 4799831 SPECIALS! 


B2 MISCELLANEOUS FOR 
SA LE 

WOODWARD’S 
USED FURNITURE 
AND APPLIANCES 

799 PANDORA AVENUE 
386-3322, Local 216, 219 


Reconditioned 

REFRIGERATORS 

1—MeCLARY EASY Frost 
Free, 2-door, 13 cu. ft. 
ONLY .$199.95 

1—MeCLARY EASY Z<*ro 
Zone, 10 cu. ft.$99.95 

1—FRIGIDAIRE Zero Zone, 
11 cu. ft. $99.95 

1-CROSLEY Shelvador 
ONLY.$84.95 


Reconditioned 
TELEVISION SETS 

1-21” PHILCO.$04.95 

1—21" R.C.A.$69.95 

1—21” G.-E. Regency $84.95 

1-23” VIKING, light oak, 
ONLY .$119.95 

1-21" ADMIRAL.$59.95 


HUMBERS 

OF BASTION SQUARE 


'fcnitt KAWASKI L7" 

1HM93 FALL CLEARANCE SALK 

ALL MODBIfi REDUCED 1882 Douglas dt *83-6312 1 

mu a FREDERICK MOTORS 

2751 RICHMOND 394-21 r. _ _ - --—- 

— „ ' ■ SPIN ROD *10 FOR r.K; HEAVY 

* .HZ 37 ^ G ' • 5 - 5QO troll rod, nailer tip *9 for *1 93: 4X 

** w <*«re. 4T7-2912 after 3 p.tn. rUl* loop , oo for *36.95; will lay 

IMS YAMAWiL Fvnimn VBD r r fcway lor Xmu. Ralph Wherry Sport- 
»JS«KJS5Sr tntOooM. 939 Esquimait Road. 383- 

jraRTONKO^rwrN REBUILT - s K A T s s H A R P E N i»T 

tetme. cn»a >. ^8M 3._ 5^. a p^j, second pair FREE. 

1M7 PUCH 133 CC flM MILES. . IDEAL LAWN EQUIPMENT 
KB4B13 ^ price tor qitek as it. a m n gH B . 10*0 Cedar Hill Cross Rd. 477-6371 


IF SKI BOAT. 75 h.p Evin- 

rSf' «Jj!*to8t , 8 y Unk. skis. 14-FOOT ENTERPRISE SAILBOAT. Wee. OvsTWroiight lron 
irsiier. ctaly .-C.SO »« new, fully equipped, *635 ^6 Dln’tle * 59 S 

o*K Bay yachts 5; -^.-s n - „ - Atf “ ’ 

bonded and Insured, Boats moved rnr.lL Ur.LaVh.KX 

■i the Marina an *iFft uailer. »w-8t»4 _ EASY TERMS 

Trade* and Five-Year Bank PHTLBROOK'S SHIPYARD 

orn/a School ralt K * nd Serv, “ USED APPLIANCES, TOO 


>'S purchased the entire ctocM 

iNEX of a famous makers 100 per* 
cent wool twist carpet—som* 
TURE sLghtly damaged—some per* 
51 feet—to be sold at or below 

.a sago makers cost. Bring' you* 

, _ . measurement* to HUMBER3 


of BASTION SQUARE. 


Trade* and Flve-Ysar Bank 

Financing 

garters, Sailing School 


... ___ RSPOSSED COLOR TVR (toodS^Mnwii 

1 _ ARBCrUTE DINETTE SUTTE, °** OF A KIND "LR «■ ’tEPWXS - ------ “J™3_I_ 

^ dln ™ -wak * ».ctcl P 

ssra-ssPAosiW”” s-5r «»- sa 

—-—■— ■ — owurafe Space. Keg. 1655, aoor iroaei, LBJI huge *tock now fre« itoratze .h.m. 

ROUND OAK TABLE AND 4 NOW ..*548.88 evening s and Sunday. __ M g ht w X mas — small daplwll *n-rm. --- 

chain for isle 384-1444 ' ■ “ u __. a „ airptrTrK hoida. 

KITCHEN CHROME SET, WAL- QUADRA SERV3CENTRE All work gusrsntred. ROBENaOWS 80 BOATS AND MARINI 


ELECTROHOME - PHIUPS 

63 MUSICAL INSTRUMINTS RCA victor and aenith 

liieci tUdim rrum lb 95 

-- UMd TV’l trom 13SLB5 

SAVE MUSIC CENTRE MMSi* *6*4723 

ComDBle Stork at Plano* Organa, 1*2 FORT ST. *498 BEACON 

Guitar* and Acressorlea VICTORIA SIDNEY 

C .-mile'e Repair Service ■ ■ 

1320 Broad SL 885-5342 


RE Alf work guar.ntirtL ROBENaOM-S 80 BOATS AND MARINI 

335*422 call. ROD aS?S™ 382-1475 W Brttad 38SM*» --— 

_ -r wni CONSO LE!- 4? EW RALEIGH 3-SPEED 

^ k cfte»04n& V “ U ' - F* CANOE COVE MARINA 

**39 . Cash *2SU. 478-3488. ^ aaj .^7 

e«H bicycles NKw“ andIjsed Swart 2 Bay Sidney, B.C. 

UPS i* b,a .MU rj& mt Excellent ecnil Rum Hay 2542 Govt 384-4722 

rpu tkai . *90- S8S-2 MD. _ Trade* A~ceDied-RcDalri 656-3915 

95 SONY SOOA STEREO TAPE RE- aoYS BLUE 28 INCH TRIUMPH 

“ card ar. *235 473-1402. _ Hereto. Oood condllloa (35 am 

BEFORE YOU BUY COLOUR *”• _ . 23' CHRIS CRAFT Cavalier 388 

cT^irSS or stereo, you Ctol 3B5-3S35 _ TRIUMPH S^PBED. HIDES. 26 h P -. * !t,w * ,wu ' 

-2*2 NEW RCA. lT'“NtW VBTA . 

portal** TV. *100 cate. Slfl-9*B. px " SSIdna_ x eastern SEA SKIFF. 23S 

7T~ - .inTnBrv ri ct BOYS BIKE. AGE 10-14. IH GOOD h.p. Interceptor f.w.c., riceps 

*S MOTORCYCLES condltkm. 477-4281 two. new cover . *1223 


23' CHRIS CRAFT Cavalier, 1*5 
h.p.. sleep* twu, lull 
co'er .. . **750 

24' EASTERN SEA SKIFF. 21S 
h.p. Interceptor f.w.c., alee pa 
two, new cover . *7225 

2N DIESEL BRIDGEDECK, 50 
h.p. Perkin*. Accommodates 
two .. *454X1 


WINTERIZE 

Save $ by having your 
outboard looked after 
now. Free winter stor¬ 
age. Few 1968 Mercury 
motors left at 15 per 
cent discount. Fall clear¬ 
ance prices on Traveler 
boats. Easy financing by 
our own Company. 

MULLINS MARINE 
SALES LTD. 

925 Yates St. 


19-FOOT BOAT, CARVEL BUILT, 2 Spartan Mahogany Record 

motors, head, good shape. *300 or Player, Console _ *139 oo ! 

be-d nfter? 652-163? Electrohom* 2*-!a Walnut TV, 

BOAT TRAILER FULL TILT, *179. NorgTwrlnger' Washer.**® 

3S32 Rowland Ave. 479-6045 - wringer waaner 


WE'VE MOVED. 
To Our New Location 
at 

733 JOHNSON ST. 
SALE CONTINUES 


miuLftn p uLx l, 3lia 19 *Ar3. pjnr<yto Wrlnoer luiuiiiulj 

3.S32 Rowland Ave. 479-604& _ with Pump .. 9 39.00 Dn*ri, heavy duty .H49.» 

.. G-E ll-Cu. Ft. Refrigerator, Automatic washers, heavy dutv, 

81 • TIMBIR Sauar* Lina ... 811100 1* lb., with trad* _.... *259 95 

____ 30" Automatic Rangaa_*199,39 

1 M FEET HEMLOCK. CEDAR lot, STANDARD FURNITURE v . ov 

acre* on San Joaef River, aaar dado atm *mme-v EASY TERMS 

Hoiherg. v.L *15000 F. c BARGAIN ANNEX 

Ralnstord, «3 gUrt St 382-7521 843 Pandora tOpp. B.C Hyteo) ROYAL APPLIANCES 

WANTED - LARGE FTR, S«8-90a 

baliam. radar treaa R Da via 478 -AAAAAAAAAAAA ---—-- 

5349. -—----- 


SAVE $1,00 
a pair! 

MEN'S 9-EYELET 
RUBBER BOOTS 
STEEL SHANK 
Regular $4.95 
Sizes 7 to 11 

SALE PRICE 
$3.95 Pair 

SPENCER’S 
1110 Government Street 


Winning Contract 

By HOWARD 8CHXNKEN and RICHARD L. FREY 


1- SLIGHTLY USED 
PURSANQ 


SEVERAL 


Looking at all tour 

hands, it may seem / hrwmmi 

impossible for South to- i’"' 

beat the bad t-ump N» l,h « r ♦ ^ p 2 

break on this deal. In X ^ 

fact, not only can the ? 2 V 

contract be made, it ,AJS K . ST 

can be done without 4 ,., . _ 

even looking at the o i°in»o. 7 5 

East-West cards. a vri a lt 7 (Sl 

over your response of SOCTH 

two heart*, North AQJ6 

makes the excellent u K 9 7 5 9 2 

raise to four hearts, far q 4 

more constructive than f K 0 2 

a bid of three no trump, _ , ,, 

which would effecUvely P r ^ idd ' , 6 : . . 

prevent the heart slam ^* th o** 1 Sn* o" - 

from being reached. o“* 

After checking on aces, . » L*“ * o' T ‘ 

you bid tlx hearts. The r,m * v "i Pa* 

diamond . king la led, , 

won in dummy. , °»“ lB » ‘ e * Jl Dt -* 1 kl "« 

If you play a trump • 

at thla point the contract will collapse, as West will 
eventually gat two trump tricks. Correct play is to enter 
the dosed hand with a club and lead a trump towards 
the queen. 

When F.ast shows void, the only chance is a throw-in 
against West. For this to work, declarer’s tramps must 
be reduced to the same length as West's. 

Ruff a diamond, cash three rounds of spades, and raff 
another diamond. Cash the clubs, ending in dummy, and 
play the thirteenth spade, ruffing with the king. 

If Weat overuffs, he has to lead away from 104 of 
trumps. If he doesn't, you are home anyway. 

CA Bell-McCture Sywllcate feature) 


GOOD USED BULTACO'S ' Pl “ 530 dl ““ 1 W1U> M ‘ ‘‘•eWioa 
ALSO IN STOCK ! 


MAKE US AN OFFER 
ON THESE 


Opaalag lead; DtaauM klag 


SALE 

THURSDAY, NOV. ? 
FRIDAY. NOV. 8 
SATURDAY. NOV. 


All Salea Are Final- 
No Returns Allowed 1 


KEYNOTE 

We *r# proud to ittppiement Ui* 
•Mil of your Phyxteian by com¬ 
pounding your prtaeripOoiw with 
profeixtonal car# and f&e pharma- 
ceulicaJa 

Call 384-1195 
McGILL & ORME 
649 Fort 


LATEX PAINT 

Intonor-Exurlur CI.L manufaff 
lured *4.47 per galiarx 

I J. i. ROSS A SONS LTD 
j 741 Pandora 183-3813 

CI.E. WajSHBR AND DRYER, "l 
yra old; Findlay SO" automat I o 
Itove, * yr*.; WeiUoghOu** fridge, I 
year* old. Kxrallert appearance 
working order. Mint rail before 
November. PTione Mr. Bell. 38* 
Continental Horae Supply. 8ba 

Johnaon. 


difference. __ NEW AND USED WASHERS AND 

WHITE ENAMEL OIL HEATER. SjZSfJi 

28,000 aiU.. *40; upholstered rtter 3 * rv ‘ c «- 475 Cbathara. 182-8411. 
with vartOteed irmi, *15; aim size 
14 Imitation fur Jacket tn goad 
eooditkxi. *is. .wi-snx 


ARTISTS! BUY FACTORY 

_Direct — Sava an additional 10 per 

Sfl?” ^ Cil UMt R iaff 1 M ( i DICKEILMAHTEnI PAINT Co Lid. 
%5SSA"' UM Wbart (tec* u f Yuf >, »* ** 

Ste* and RIchardjbnLKT. M3 John- BEAUTIFUL NEW PORTABLE 
*» a Pha » > ag *- |M> - _ typewriter* Varlouu mate* and 


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Bali]) (EoLontat Victoria, B.C., Soturdoy, November 9, 1968 29 

LE 1100 CAftS FOR SALE 1100 CARS FOR SALE 


B2 MISCELLANEOUS FOR |«0 PETS AND SUPPLIES 
SALE 


MISCELLANEOUS FOR 
SALE 


The Daily Crossword Puzzle 


REGISTERED GERMAN 
shepherd puppie*. Excellent *how 
.. .ir stock- Sired by CDN. AM. CH. 
M1 •». Cathay* Lynden B . Honey Lane 
__ Kennels, registered. 652-2450. 

SMALL GOOD SHEPHERD SHELTER 
*: *** Mill Bay. We have rugs. Kees 

_ bond pure-bred Pomeranian and 

_ Pekinese cron. St. Bernard cron 

S Budgies. Klne hea. 743 -5569. 

WOULD LIKE TO ADOPT OR BU.Y 
.. — black Labrador, Dalmatian, Wei- 
maraner, preferablv female. in 
months old and up Ph. 65R-5S86 


IT'S TRADING TIME 


THE SOFT SELL 


ACROSS 


PETER POLLEN 


PETER POLLEN 
FORD SALES 


J Parrhmenl- 

llke pai*r 
7 Writing 
tablet 

in Brave woman 

II Demounted 

13 Warble •" 

14 Morsel 

15 Book Dart 
IS Feminine 

name 
17 School 
subject 

}8 Intelligence 
'18 Conger 
Si Spring emit¬ 
ting ateam 

22 Cereal grain 

23 Writing oad 
77 Iriah nama 
Sn Beverage 

*2 Air (comb, 
torn i 

13 Shnehonean 
Indian 

14 lnlareat tab.) 
*5 Jargon 

U Impede* 
ttawi 

*8 Writing fluid 
4(1 Idea 
43 Writing 
Implement 

15 Come into 
being 

48 Single 

49 Swlsa ran Lan 

50 Writer * 
table 

57 Adiectljv* 
•Ulflx 

S3 Envelop with 
paptr 
M Modem 
painter 
M Looking 
giaaaea 
SO Bipeds 
B7 Receiver* 
o( money 

DOWN 
1 Mercenary 

3 Unit of 
enargy 

I Behold! 

4 Writer of 
open texts 


FORD SALES 


box springs *333.50 and I2S9.0U: - 

single Hollywood beds M 3 ..SO tn 83 M1SCELLAN! 

*61.50, complete bedroom suite; u,. un 

*89.00 to *229.00, rhest of drawers WAN c 

*16.50 to *59.00, dreasers *27.50 to ...- 

*69 00. desks *19.50 to *65.00. 

bookahetNea *14.75 to *27.50, night ART AtJCTIi 

tables *8.50 to 119 00; 9-piece maple _ 

dining sutle *399.00, Duncan Ptiylc 25K£ NA L -Tiara B 
.drop leaf table and 6 chair. *377 50, «“ED ARTISTS 
corner china cabinet *149.00. china BEING ACCEPTED 
cahlncts *39.00 U. *149.00. bufrels ANNUAL SALE. 

*24.50 to *49.00, console table *6150. LUNDS 

Duncan Phyfe drop leaf table-———-- 

J59.no, 5-pee kitchen sets *39.00 to COUNTRY AND CITY AUCTIONS 
*89 00, 2-pce chesterfield suites CASH - CASH - CASH 
*95.00 to S25S.00, hlde-a-bed 193.00. ,«or lumlshlnga, tools or 

love seats *89 00 In *149.50. rccliners what have you 

*69.00 tn 179 00, convert.* *39 00 tn DAILY PICKUP SERVICE 
68,00, platform rockers *39.00, toll FREE APPRAISALS 

stools *3.95, coffee tables *10.95 to 478-1213 

139 95: tamp tables. 110.95 to *49 00 . SALES EVERY SATURDAY 1 P.M 

WE PAY CASH, FOR USED 
*50 tn *22.50. Vacs *9.50 tn *34.50. electric trains Lionel and all other 
typewriters *18.50 to *45 00 . 30" standard makes’ We urgently need healer, 

hunk bed* *59 00 , .oak 4-aecllonal |«ss-nger and baggage cars, write ’ x '* 
henkcaae *59.00, amall wardrobe lo nttone Nanaimo 7M-1412. We will 
*29.50, 9X12 rug" * 39.00 to *149 09, contact you NANAIMO SURPLUS 
erlh *14 50, trl-lltes *7.58 to *14 95, BALES, 38 Nloot St., Nanaimo, B.C. 

nest of table. M9.00. lea wagon - THE SALVATION ARMY ~ 

Men's Social Service and Rehahlll 
PANDORA USED FURNITURE tatlon Centre ne^l y.ojr used furnl 
1050 Pandora 383-8319 ture. clothing, household good!, 

paoer, etc., to carry on Soelai 
Program. Pisa— phone 388-3295 

FOR MONEY IN A HURRY WE 
buy or loan money on tools, guns, 
and mneteal Instruments. Broad 

Johnson Trading Centre. £17-819 _ 

Johnson Street (opooelt* Pet Shooi BRUSSELS 

38 3-9511 __ smooth pu| 

- - NEED CASH? m * lurg 9-12 


^EMPRESS 


PONTIAC 


OPERATION 


OPERATION 


SPECHT'S AQUARIUM 
AND PET SHOP 
HEW SHIPMENT OF FISH. 

1229 Gov' 1 . O p p Post Office ' 

COMPLETE STOCK 
Of Livestock and Pet Supplies. 
McCall Davey Drugs Lid. 

1469 Douglas SL_ Ph. 382-3831 

PET AND VETERINARY PROD 
ucla Free delivery. Phone inquiries 
invited. Royal Oak Pharmacy 479 
1614. 

2CGALLON AQUARIUM ON 

-'— itand, complete with 

inter and fit*. <77 . 


BUICK 


means new Premium 


means new Premium 


trades for you. 


1968 SKYLARK Sport Coupe, 
white, $4195. 

Buy Now .$3888 

1968 LE SABRE sedan, 
brown, $4195. 

Buy Now.$3888 

1968 PARISIENNE 2 - door 
hardtop, V-8, choice of 
color, $3695. 

Buy Now .$3188' 

1968 PARISIENNE 4 - door 
hardtop, V-8. Choice of 
color, $3695. 

Buy Now .$3188 

1968 PARISIENNE 2 - door 
hardtop, V-8. Choice of 
color, $3895. 

Buy Now ..$3388 

1968 PARISIENNE 4 - door 
hardtop, V-8. Choice of 
color, $3895. 

Buy Now .$3388 


NOW 


NOW 

is the time to purchase 
your quality used car at 


is the time to purchase 
your quality used car at 


REGISTERED BRITTANY 
spaniel pups; also registered Gcr 
man porter pups, from superior 
huntin g shock. 478-39(10 

THE DOGGY WASH 

3714 Douglas St.. 385-9696, also at 
1620 Cedar Hill Cross Rd , 477-5454 

1-YEAR-OLD MIDDLE-SIZED 
male dog. Loves children, cals and 
u house-trained. A good home, 
please 478-2795. 


PETER POLLEN FORD 


PETER POLLEN FORD 


1967 PONTIAC Laurentian 4-1 
door sedan. V-8, auto¬ 
matic, power steering, 
power brakes, radio. 
A local 1-owner beauty. 

"1200” PRICE —$2595 


PRE-OPENING SPECIALS 

1-ROOM GROUPS 
Nice styling 
FROM *299 

DE LUXE LIVING ROOM GROUP 
COMPLETE 
Regular value *5(11.86 
-SPECIAL 1288 

COMPLETE BEDROOM GROUP 
Regular value 1332.33 
SPECIAL *218 

LARGE TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE 
On new 
1969 ADMIRAL 
Color or B-W TV or stereo 

* DE LUXE 

NYLON CARPET 
Save *3 per sq. yd. 

NOW ONLY *7.95 per *q yd. 


5 Concord 
* Convened 

7 Type of hoc* 

8 Man's name 

9 Delves 

10 Busy plica 

12 Got I peg 

13 Bishopric 

17 Turkish 
dignitary 

18 Body of 
water 

23 Writing 
materials 

23 Gloasy paper 

24 Meadow 

2 5 Sea bird 

26 Little child 

27 That woman 


28 Goddess of 
dawn 

29 Suited 
31 Half-em 
37 Author 
39 Compass 

point 

41 Ancient area 
in Asia Minor 

42 Feline sounds 

43 Time periods 

44 Sudden cold 

45 Augment 

46 Quantity of 
paper 

47 Land 
formation 

51 Little devil 

52 Heartache 
55 Concerning 


Answer to Previous Punli 


1966 CHEVROLET Biscaync 
2-door sedan. 6-cylinder, 
standard transmission, 
radio. Ideal family 
transportation. 

“1200” PRICE ...$1795 


V-8, automatic, power 
steering, radio. Finish¬ 
ed in an attractive Brit¬ 
tany blue with match¬ 
ing interior. 

••1200” PRICE ...$2495: 


Montclair 


1966 MERCURY 

sedan. V-8, automatic,! 
power steering, power | 
brakes, radio, electric 
rear window. The ulti¬ 
mate in luxury plea¬ 
sure. Finished in a 
striking 2-tone. 

*•1200” PRICE ...$2695 


Buy Now .$3388 

1968 ACADIAN sedan 6, 
choice of color, $3289. 
Buy Now.$2788 

1967 CADILLAC Sedan d« 
Ville. Complete Cadil- 

, lac appointments and 
air conditioning. Bal¬ 
ance of new car war¬ 
ranty. Was $6,888. 

Buy Now .$6488 

1967 METEOR Convertible, 
V-8. automatic, console 
shift, bucket seats, ra¬ 
dio, power steering, 
power brakes, power 
windows, color white. 
New price near $6,000, 
now half price at 
Buy Now .$2988 

1967 PONTIAC Laurentian 
sedan, V-8, automatic, 
radio, color blue. Was 
$2,895. 

Buy Now .$2688 


1967 FORD Falcon 4-door 
sedan, 6-cylinder, auto¬ 
matic. Ideal family 
economy unit. 

••1200” PRICE ...$2095 


REGISTERED MINIATURE 
poodle*, *125 rirti. Call after t 385 

2094 _ 

PART SCOTTISH 


•2 MISCELLANEOUS FOR 
SALI 


MISCELLANEOUS FOR 
SALE 


MISCELLANEOUS FOR 
SALE 


9 BEAUTIFUL . . _ 

—— collie puppies looking for a home 
FOR B0 each. 478-4346 

tend a --— -—- 

BIRDCAGE AND STAND FOR 

- «ale, 2 budgie* included free. Very 

reasonable. 332-0(773._ 

’aBS-SSdfe SIAMESE KITTEN FOR SALE 
_ Seal paint, trained, *20. Phone 477- 


GRAHAM’S 
FORT ST. MEATS 
FOR 

BETTER MEAT 
AT 

BETTER PRICES 
775 Fort St. 388 


POWER MOWER 
HEADQUARTERS 


ACADIAN Invader 4- 
door sedan, 6, auto¬ 
matic, exceptionally low 
mileage, 1 owner. In 
showroom condition. 


WHOLESALE 
MEAT PRICES 

BACON, allced aide .49c 

WIENERS . .. .-37c 

MmCBD BEEF. 3 lb*. - I 
(delirium for meat loaf) 

FREEZER SPECIALS 


BUY-SELt_APPRAISE 

LUNDS AUCTIONEERS 
921 Fort _ 

GOOD BOOKS ALWAYS BOUGHT ^, 73 ” 
HAUNTED BOOKSHOP 
845 Fort _ 382-1427 

I KILSHAWS 

CASH FOP FURNISHINGS 

*9 4-6441 _ 

CASH FOR SOME CARS 
OTHERS HAULED AWAY 
Al'i. 214 Dundee, 38^8233 

WANTED: ADJUSTABLE S U R- 

glcal plaetle collar; alio apple*. 478- 
2681. _ 

JUNK CARS 
and Bod lea Hauled 
WUUami *82-93'tb 

CASH CASH CASH 
FOR GUNS OF ALL TYPES. 

<SON ST. CO-ORDINATED ro B inson'EJ^__ 

8338 SPORTCOATS and PANTS 

-- . ° r 477-8175_ 

on all foods Handsomely crafted in dis- houses and buildings for 
2ju*tth? lSSI tinctive cloths and patterns wrecking trading, ishshi, 

JrlglnaT 1 ' Dtlrounl tor 411 ,?* ... .. BEST CASH PRICES FOR FURNI 

ry Night *T1I 9. ONLY 408 -9U lure, household od< tool a, etc 


1966 VALIANT V-211 de luxe 
Slant 6 


Resin ..- 

6-oz. x 38” Cloth— 
Lin. yard. 


2-door sedan, 
motor, standard trans-i 
mission. Ideal car for 
the young growing 
family. 

**1200” PRICE ...$1695 


The best place to buy 
New and reconditioned 
power mowers. 

100 units on display. 
Parker leaf sweepers and va¬ 
cuums. NEW and recondi¬ 
tioned motors, 3 to 5 h.p. 

British Sea-Gull Outboards 
3 to 9V4 h.p. 


DOG AND CAT 


Store Hours 8 a.m, to 5 p.m.,1 
Monday to Friday 
Closed All Day Saturday 

PELAGIC PACIFIC LTD. 

4 Huron Street 386-1811 


HOLIDAY INN 

7196 Pat Bay Hwy. 652-2132 

SIAMESE HLUE POINT KITTEN 
2 month* old. Trained. Female. *20. 
479-5941._ 

WE"L9H CORGI PfflTlIS ALSO 
Sheltle pupple*. 479-4082. 


RACQUET CLUB 
MEMBERSHIP 

$500 or best cash offer. 
385-8512 between 11 and 5. 


Side* of Beef ......48c 

40-to Autumn variety 
pack .*» 

BUDGET TERMS AVAILABLE 


1967 COMET Caliente sedan. 
V-8, automatic, 


11966 PONTIAC 4-door station 
standard 


power 
steering. The piost lux¬ 
urious of all compacts. 

“1200” PRICE ...$2595 


wagon, 
transmission. An excep¬ 
tional value at this 
price. 

“1200” PRICE ...$1995 


91 CHICKS, POULTRY, 
HATCHING EGGS, SUPPLIES 

LEGHORN HENS. 50c EACH 
Farm, 880 Downey 


CLEARANCE of 
LEWYT VACUUM 
CLEANERS 

Soma ara Boor dliplay models, 
moat art new. All at aubatantlal 
price reduction* 

WOODWARD'S Appliances 
2nd Floor 
386-3322 


VARIOUS NEAR NEW CARPETS 
Burnt orange, 12x15 feet; 1x7 feet; 
runner, 15 ft 71 Id; mtahroom 
hard twtit wool broadloam, 12x17 
feet; multi-color Perrian type hall 
runner; multi-colored Peralan type 
rug. 12x9 feet. Underlay Included In 
ml. Radio head board double bed 
with box aprins and dfatole 
maltreaa, 2 yean old. 392-3747. 

ENJOY YOUR TASTE 
While You Can 
Buy Your Bread 
At L and M 

YOU'LL LUCE ri: L AND M 
Bakery Farmer * Market. 1810 Old 
I.land Highway, open every Sunday 
for your convenience 479-5012. 

TV FRIDGE, STOVE, WASHER 
table*, chain, drt of drawer*, 2 
bed*, fire screen, lamp*, picture* 
book* and many other houarixid 
Item*. 18-12 Dm. and 1-4 p-m 
Saturday and Sunday only. M19 
Craddock fit « phone 479-HSS after 

» pm. _ 

FOLEY SAW SHARPENING 
equipment; Webster paint *prayer: 
sump pump; wringer warier: 
hronxa gear pump: 9**uH W- 
Viard: 38.30 and .22 aaJibre ride*; 
now trailer light kit and rialfon 
Wl gtn aataril guard. 477-6561. _ 

MR AND MRS. CHEST, 2 MATCH- 
Ing cheat* plua .unique 12 to* 
matching headhoard. quality arm¬ 
chair, rocker. oeceestonnl chair* 


Oak 1 * Poul 
Rd.. Sidney. 

HEAVY FOWL 15 CENTS FOUND I 


1966 COMET 4-door station 
wagon, 6 cylinder, auto¬ 
matic, a most popular 
economy wagon. 

“1200” PRICE ..-$2395 


1964 ENVOY sedan. Another 
local 1-owner unit, and 
exceptionally well main¬ 
tained. 

“1200” PRICE ...$1095 


1967 PARISIENNE Sport 
sedan, V-8 automatic, 
$2995. Buy Now .. $2788 

1966 WILDCAT 4-door hard* 
top, green, $3795. 

Buy Now.$3588 

19© OLDSMOBILE 98 4-door 
hardtop, automatic, ra¬ 
dio, power steering, 
power brakes, power 
windows, power seat, 
tilt steering, rear win- 
defrost, electrio 


RECONDITIONED 


at 

LES PALMER 
714 View St. 

Just up from Douglas 
382-2825 


1965 VAUXHALL Velox 4- 
door sedan. This beauti¬ 
ful car is finished in 
autumn beige and is 
like new in every re¬ 
spect. 

•1200” PRICE ...$1395 


1963 BUICK Wildcat 4-door 
hardtop. V-8, automatic, 
power steering, power 
brakes, power windows, 
clean 


radio. 

luxury car at a price 
you can afford. 

“1200” PRICE ...$1695 


DO IT NOW 


JOHN DEERE 


Lam and Gardes Tractor* 14 
10-12-14 H.P '*. Mow, Ull, mulch. 
p\am, doze, lift, harrow, auger, 
■pray, generate, haul Available 
new from *34 00 per mo Call 
Saanich Rental a, Victoria 1 * moat 
diversified Rental Yard. 3772 
Shelbourna a< Cedar HID Croaa 
Rd. 

Fra* demonstration* 


riow 

trunk lock. Was $3295. 
Buy Now .$2988 

1965 PARISIENNE 4 - door 
hardtop, $2095. 

Buy Now i.$1988 

1965 HILLMAN Sedan, blue. 
Buy Ndw.$1288 

1964 CADILLAC Sedan de 
Ville with complete ap¬ 
pointments. Red with 
harmonizing leather in¬ 
terior. Was $3995. 

Buy Now .$3688 

1964 LINCOLN Continental, 
4-door hardtop with air 
conditioning, $3895. 

Buy Now.$3588 

1964 VOLKSWAGEN 15 0 0 
sedan, red, $13^5, 

Buy Now .$1288 

1963 PONTIAC sedan, blue. 
$1295. Buy Now .. $1188 


SPECIAL TRUCK 
BUY 


ALL THESE CARS 
FEATURE 


1960 CHEVROLET 14-ton 
panel. Put this unit to 
work for you 
for only.$595 


-2-year guaranteed 
warranty. 


t. HAND YOU ASKED FOR IT! NOW WE 
rob* (is h*v« tt! Sturdy 4“ plastic gutter* 
(fcrwnafjnuta. Them do a Job no ! 
i. 184-137a amaJler guUer can match- No 

_ ru*t>ng, chipping. bkslering or 

t vram peeling Smootfi surface* retard 
■nbnnktad *(' build-up, and are *o eauily 
2S toavea. leaned. Ana you'll be turpriied at 
karv 4U the low coat! Industrial Plaxtict 
LW., 2105 Dnuglai SI., 386-1477 


MAH 

USED APPLIANCE SPECIALS 


Low interest Ford fin¬ 
ancing available. 


PETER POLLEN 


—Complete winterizing. 


R C A M cu. ft upright freezer A 
J enndiuon _.,......*146.85 


-Peter Pollen Ford’s 
Seal of Quality- 


WEST TRAINING AND BOARDING 
K and M quarterhor** farrr. 
Central Saanich Rd., 852-2561 


SIDES . SBC LB 

HINDS .-—®e LB. 

SIDES OF PORK .-43c LB 

OPEN SUNDAYS 
35G3 Happy Valley Rd at Letorta 
Free Delivery 478-HW 


1060 Yates 


—and, of course, guaran¬ 
teed to pass the Gov’t 
Safety Inspection Test. 


I" MOFFAT 
beauty ... 


Reel 

*49.35 


WENT WASH TOTS, B5; 2 CHINESE PORCELAINS, 

n of buy* Bauer akatra with picture* and china, copper 
irda *i*e* 4 and i, *S a pelf- *S4- „ c , antique Jewelry, 2 ch* 

L drawer*. kiddie ■ rocking 


Many other ua«d refrlgeratrr, 
range* at Rock Bottom Price* 


WRBCKtNG 

NORTH WARD SCHOOL 


MATS 

FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES 
1821 COOK ST. 


trade for Engllah aaddle 652-2008. 

2 BRED HOLSTEIN HEIFERS. 652 
Ten 650B Oldflrtd Rd _ 

CARS FOR SALI 


Bdan. MALIBU MOTORS 

; with QUADRA AT JOHNSON 

I t i C 1SB METEOR 8»atlon Wagon *395 
■ . ^ 1380 SINGER Station Wagon, good 

isned candiUon .*225 

tiripn- ^ more 1966 Ford*, mm* a* laat 
lioen- week* Hurry on theafc, 

each . *09 

1956 PLYMOUTH Station W*aon (140 

S1595 19M Ford Stattoo Wagon .H40 

* 1968 RAMBLER Staboo Wagon *180 

1358 PLYMOUTH ..*110 

I 3360 PONTIACS, each .(S3 

1307 VAUXHALL .*068 


APPLES 

Better apple* and belter price* *t 
Saanich Orchard* cdf SteUy'* Rd 
Spartona. *2.50 per bushel box: 
windfall* and a Hllle mure to ou 
top gntda. 6S2-200B 

MARK i.IN HO MODEL RAIL 
road, laller building*, many ac- 
o n a n rta a ; beautiful European lay¬ 
out, aa new, *660. Sell comptae 
only. 888 - 1288 ._ 


ANTIQUES 


SPINNING WHEEL; INLAID 
Victorian *ewtng basket table: aolld 
mahogany Victorian loo table; Oak 
hail itand: 2-piece aolld walnut 3 
sealer aettee aet; . hall table; 2 
walnut cheat* of drawers. Private 
principal* only. 3*-9079 

86 MISCELLANEOUS TO 


LOWER PRICED TRADES| 

1960 RAMBLER 

Wagon .. 

1956 DODGE Custom 

Royal . 

1954 AUSTIN A-40 ... 

195g METEOR, V-8, 


1963 CONSUL Sedan, red, 
Buy Now.$< 


Station 

....$105 


BOLBX S tm MOVIE PHD 
jeetcr. Aa n*». 8US S mm Aren 
movie owner*, m mw, BOO HR-1 

00 *2 _' 

• HEAVY* JOINTER, MOTOR, 
large oil heater. Light maple dining 
room table. • chair* Army hoot*, 
ahnea 9V* B. n ew, 162-2021 . 

XITCHEN SUITE, DOUBLE BED, 
chralerfleld and chair. »tove and 
wringer waiher. Can he *een at 

1080 Dunford Road .__ 

■'MEAT' AT MeCOLLS 
Yei, we do eervle* home freexcra. 
But mly with Rad Brand Quality 
206 Menade*_ 382-18U 

BUTTONS "N" BOWS 
Plain and printad corduroy, vwtve- 
teene. brocade* and Mated wool 
* 75 Foul Bay Rd. iS3-4aQ 


1962 OLDSMOBILE Hardtop 
sedan, automatic, 

radio, power steering, 
power brakes, _ Autumn 
gold. $1495. 

Buy Now.$1188 


Radio 


1958 CHEV. Pickup ....$305 
1960 HILLMAN Wagon $305 

1960 FAIT Multiplas.$305 

1956 METEOR, Clean $405 
11967 METEOR, Radio, Auto- 


1969 DATSUN SEDAN 


1962 BUICK Le Sabre sedan, 
automatic, radio, power 
steering, power brakes. 
$1495. 

Buy Now ..$1188 


"The more-Ior-yaur-money car.” II 
somebody ever tell* you ha drive* 
an economy *-‘ ■■■“*• — - - 1 


WANTED TO RENT 
MISCELLANEOUS 


Import with 96-h.p 

•* 10 Q m.ph., ha* a 

__j._-—--abaorbtog body, the 

□r seaan. aafaat *u*pendon money can buy, a 
Standard air-flow *y*t*m that 

A well S 'teteiH 1irt r, - U d^ hl 2S 1962 HUMBER Sedan, auto- 

mp staff jgiy sag* • ar v ss; matic - 

i bare&in oatsun sedan, the morefor-your tioning, c o 1 of blue. 

btrver •* u .695 

^ DAVID MOTORS LTD. B Now .........51488 

...$1395 1101 Yates St 3866168 ^ * 

-;- 1962 AUSTIN 850, blue, $895. 

19fT BEAUMONT DK LUXE, *»„„ 

,, magi, new tires, brake*. 23 coala Buy NOW ......... $788 

(I KPdnn Black Lacquer. 396 ru. in., 4-apeed. 

. f. *' 1943 Anglia panel, die* brake*, 332 iocs pORT) V-8 station wa- 

C, radio, cu in. Chav, allck* and many 1361 ruKU V-fl wauon W» 

r finished **«*» “T cu. in^epprox. 425- gon, blue. $1195. 

nnisnea plui hp . Muil ^ ^ reaiue “ ’ N ' * , qB - 


matic 


1955 LAND ROVER, *Awheel 
drive __$706 


We need the room, as 

we ere starting construc¬ 
tion on our new building. 
Come in, look around, 
and make us an otter. 
Many late model cars at 
substantial price deduc¬ 
tions. 


ADDING MAC HITTE. NEW CONtH-l 
tfan, ISO. Afao benbm (tape*, dark I 
ireen with go*d. Tx26’., da 106- 


23 INCH ADMIRAL TV. EXCEL-1 
lent condition. *B2n. Wringer 
wager, a* new, (60. Numeral* 


90 PETS AND SUPPLIES 

MINIATURE POODLES, BLACK 
apricot, U weeks, regleterad. Shat*, 
viral r-un am-ars 


loom li cu. ft. AMC euvenatlci 
detrofa, 2-door fridge: XT' Moffat 
range, both ]Uri like new 384 am € 

I BRUSH FLOOR POLISHER: 
pair girl'* *i«a9ee *i*e t44: drei 
and eklrta, wtm 8-12; child'* ecooUr 

W46M _ 

TIWEE Fm MONO DOORS. BEES 
are: two are 7 by *«“ and on* 

23 V b y »C. hardware Inrtuded 

i wens. 

1 BRTnHH INDIA RUGS. BEIGE, 
matching pair with underfell. 

Iffx7'lff , Fx* - ExretlM oondHk*. 

gaoo. *82 7871) Sunday 
IdYAUNTS MAPLE DINETTE 
auk*. 2 Sarcafa ruga, 10x911 and 
9x4; telephone tataie end chair 
Bathroom pole Shelf. 384-5237 

USED LUMBER, 8 PIECES, .4X0 ONE BABY BUGGY ‘1 YEAR I 
b, ia.ui a V** 12 a niece 1 lead erfc and maltre**, ruddle anal and 
door TUTlrt^fsS-yiOe Keby ha» SBMBB. __ 

NEW CRIB MATTRESS, TX4'. SUFTOLK LAWIJMCW^ AN D A 
half nrice. *7; 3 coat*. 2 winter, catcher atmeat new, *IT Jn»eoe 
faze 1A ode n. SSM402. redwood piritnlck eel. *8. SfiBiftOS. 

ELBCTRMAiX 68. WTIW ATTACH GENUINE BRITISH INDIA RUG, 
menu and cord winder. Reason- 9x13, wtln Underlay. 27-1780 Tcrwn- 
abla. im Reynold* Rd. ley, evening* _ 

■MALA (Jg r UU. TYPE EE8K, BOY'S BDCE; MAN'S SOCCER 
maple top, 36x24' , 4-drawer, *35; boot* elae 1; bird cage end etand. 


Flrat clip. 383-4225. _ 

KITTENS AND CATS. 4 ] 
to one year need hornet 
383-8036 or SM-S892. 


1 SPIRING HORSE, BABY FIRST- 
elep. Su»y 1 etep, two 17 Inch doll*, 
pull toy*, atuffed toy*. 152 Dalles 


1 BROWN WOOL CARPETING REG. 
.,1*15.96 yd Now *8.95 yd. Continental 
Home Supply, 851 Johnson. 386-3458 


BRIAN HOLLEY MOTORS 
LTD. 

384-3221 


•54 pontiXc pajusienne cus- i%i CHEVROLET Sedan, 

lorn iport coupe. Lady* car since , . re 

new. Low mileage. Exceptionally blCge. $995, 

rieaa MlgM a**# older trade. 47^- Buy Now . JG8 g 

^ q^R. .Mi^r 1961 rjley Sedan, blue, 
or * Rambler Cta*air 770. BtHh In BUV NOW $588 


3319 Douglas St, 

Beside the A & W Drive-in 


HUNTERS 
CONTRACTORS 1 


REGBTBRBD BEAGLE PUPS, 
■nail type. 652-2021. 

YORKSHIRE TERRIER PUPPIES, 
registered. .Shot* 383-0121_ 


1964 METEOR 2-door hard-l^ii Nr* porker 

top, 

power gteering, power 
brakes. A well main¬ 
tained unit. Finished in 

an attractive two tone. 

• 19*8 C O R TI NA-LOTUS. 22,000 

“1200’' PRICE Sicpq mile*. 135-b.p. Many modification* 

offer* 382-3196, 384-KB7. Trade? 
CUSTOMIZED VOLKSWAGEN, 

1960 AUSTIN • e d a n. This 

popular import has MUSTXN0 FASX back, 288 , 4 - 
thousands of miles of speed. mu*t sell by tttt* weekend 
carefree driving left. P.m aaf-iiat -—- 

PRIVATE U«J VOLKSWAGEN, DE 

“1200” PRICE ....$395 !“**■ JVjfUSb «“*««« «»« 


EROHHLER BED-OHESTBHIFrELD, 
.double dwier, 2 matched tabic 


., pr najnaiv liu. Horn 1 T 1 

automatic, excellent condition. *3,000 and *2,000 
1 -i. 384-960* 

1258 CHEV. 6 CYL WAGON 
1358 Ford V-8 wagon 
IBM Jeep Universal 
Ulctori* Jeep, 567 Hillside Ava. 

22,000 


Infernal tonal 
New 8 ply 
mfafaan, A-l 


1960 ELECTRA 4-door hard¬ 
top, $1395. 

Buy Now.$1188 


198B EnONOLftNE de luxe 8 cylln 
dec, automatic tranamiealan. 
Immaculate .(IMS 


GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS FOR 
■ale 650-1864 or 18A88M 

FEMALE POMERANIAN PUPS 


PONTIAC convertible, 
V-8, automatic, power 
steering, radio. Choice 
of blue or white, $995. 
Buy Now . $888 


SMALL CARS 

Wftl VAUXHALL Velox ... 
1966 ZEPHYR ... 

12W CONSUL rify Ureled 

ALL Perfect ! 


WHITE TOY POODLE PUPPIES, 
registered. 652-1980. 

FEMALE KITTEN TO GOOD 
home. 385-6286. 


MCCOY’S ENGLISH PUGS 
_ Pupple*. 473-3631- _ 

REGISTERED SIBERIAN HUSKY, 
■payed female, 7 month*. 4T*-1428. 


1960 ENVOY Sedan, red. 
Buy Now .. 1 


1981 CHRVRGLiBT Be! Air. 8 auto 

mafic . 8823 

1906 PONTIAC 4-dnar .«* 

1906 CHEVROLET convert!bfa JMi 
1997 DODGE V-8, antomatlc, 

wagon . ...*250 

1901 CHRYBL3CR V-8. etgorrwllc, 
power alee ring, power 


DEAL NOW-PAY LESS 


Pull men aeala A-l ccndltton. Gov¬ 
ernment tested. 368-3027 

1968 FORD STATION WAGON. 2 
door; 1W Meteor eedan. bed offer. 

478-3833. 

lifi MUSTANG, WK 4-SPEED, 
radio. Excellent condition. (2.20U. 
Phone *83-4666 

WHOLESALE. WHY PAY MORE’ 
NOTHING DOWN ARTS CARR 


PETER POLLEN 
FORD 


MANY MORS TO CHOOSE FROM 
INSTANT FINANCING AT, 

<B DOW N 


EMPRESS 
PONTIAC BUICK 
WHERE YOU GET 
A GOOD DEAL AND 
A GOOD DEAL MORE 
382-7121 


Mrifa BUILT-IN IRONING HOARD 

- ------ afreen wlratowa. double4nmg wta- 

ADMIRAL 7ft' FREE73CR, USED 2 dow, ,torm windows 477-4808 
motHh*. *1*1 478-6610 an. (rtimiNnt unit «rrm 


HARD KNIT WHITE SWEATER. STORM WINDOWS 

elm 40; eodu In pattern. 479-2755. Any atxe. 386-3022. B.C. Aluminum 

WRINGER WASHER WITH DIP KELVDiATOR FRIDGE, *80. 188 
par; bicycle trailer. *83 5304 _ 025._ 

1 PAIR LADY'S COTTON JODH BLONDE WIG, *40 OR OFFER. 183- 
pura. new, large elae, *14 *84 -tito 580 _ 

CRT BERRY GARAGE DOOR, BRAND NEW. NEVER USED LADY'S MOUTON FUR COAT ANd|TV PO RTABL E. *90; FLOOR BRENNANS ENGLISH POINTER 
bo/a navy Maaer, itxa M 473-2816 portable rig xag, *125. 382-3987 mart* b^wn tweed. 477-4121. lamp *3 479-1923. pupple. far sale 385*563. 

BtVXIB STATION BQUEP6MSJT 7 CU. FT. G.E. FRIDGE. 626. *84 19*4^16 TYL Tf FRIDGE, TOp| POTATOES, GEM 100 LBS , *3.50 I PHILIPPINE SPIDER MONKEY 
(or tala Phene 182-3444 7MA All Temp freeaer, *17i *16-5806. (No Sun. cfala 479-Cnn (60. 085-72*8. 


1060 Yates 


TYEE MOTORS 
OF VICTORIA 
'2nd car specialist' 


GOVERN 


950 Yates 


386-8034 


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TRADING 


MORE 


AND 


Stock No. 8226 
1968 FAIRLANE 2-door 
hardtop. V-8, automa¬ 
tic, power steering, 
power diao brakes, ra¬ 
dio, many de luxe fea¬ 
ture*. 6500 mile*. 
NEW PRICE ....13847 


STATION 

WAGONS 

*63 PONTIAC SAFARI 
V-8, automatic, power 


- ~ vintage car 

* Ghandtei, rotnoicli 
restored. J7S eaud). TOM 
Vnu._ 

CWV ■ STARIMft 
*uod tranapartaOon. 


steering, 


“65 STUDEBAKER 
DAYTONA 


Full Financing AaaiMtta 
Wunuy wtth avary 0*r 
Mo otter r afu eed 

Com ta and ana ui today 
Acraaa trota the Fax Cinema 
MM MM Quadra St 


FROM 


1967 

ROVER 
2000 TC 
$3,450 

THREE POINT MOTORS 
MERCEDES-BENZ 
760 Johnson 386-931 


FORD 


(1060 Yates 


MERCEDES-BENZ 
760 Johnson 386- 


Anfauwkr vnga 

- TORSn GALAXX 
1967 STATION WAGON, I h “"* n P- Vf; 5«W «U 


Open Until 9 p.m. 


FULL PRICK S3.MB 


1*9 VAUXHAU., 
■can. Lika new < 
looking car with I 


dARO SUPER SPORT, 
'flu. Sacrifice at 0,810 
Qmifcnkki Safa a n S 


•ATK OONDtTtON. 
100, mileage J 0 ,nra. 


BUICK. POWER STEERING, 
tt brakea. food condition, fabO 


PLYMOUTH BELVEDERE 1- 
hardtop. V4 aaaamalla with 
r ataarfaf, brakaa and pute>- 
b radio tknd blue. ST® or 
offer. Wooa MS-lTda after • 


386-9311 


M PARISIENNE CONVERT. 
, Jowly condition. V-H, Anla. PS. 
i PB, 0,295. firm. 388-M84. _ 

~ MMBHIU. MURRAY 

- _NATKEtAi. MTTOttB 

* n Yates sat-CM 

rm - - - . r — - 

L SAOtUTCE 

— ISM road nmnar, da ftna modriL 4- 


COUGAR, OS COBRA JET. 
at. Pual-tractlcn, trada 
na StS Shamrock. SM-BCti, 

i FORD FAIRLANE TOC 
Itap, brake duona turned. i 


ra, r.a., a 
0* M8-H0Q. 

1MB BLUB 4 
door hardtop. 


i. C. MOTORS LT D. 

ALL CARL SAFETY CERTTFIi 
m MONZA convert, 4 *4 ... 

£ METEOR. V-S auL - 

FORD nuc. V-*, aka 

« BEAUMONT, V-E A.T.- 

SB PLYMOUTH wagon, • oyL- 
■ CHEV. * atandard . 


iuw luinar, ™ 

Vd. «um. BSKH 


m OLDS, V-l au 
■1 CADDY Coavi 
■I VALIANT Wa 
M VAUXUALL 
07 Yatae Etraat 


: 7 Sr? - DU ^ ,4M,8a _- * FORD GALA3UE, V* SOd 5 k 

- CORVAUL AUTCSCATIC, LOW andac. hot <0er tahaa S0-1SH 

LOW mUaaga. Immaculate 1M-TME after B:8G pm 

KARMANN GHIA. HOW ml '55 fiUSCE RPeCUL MBBT OF- 
_ P.850. 194-0067. ter takes. S85-U0. _ 

rT 2!l ■ METROPOLITAN. GOVERN 0 BUNBBAM RAPIER BARDTOsT M4 
■ meat tfilled. Radio 080 MBaifi . Ttedta and overdrive. SMS. <77-BOM «M 

== '«T FORD CUSTOM M0. 0850. tWO VAUXHALL VICTOR HI 
Taka older car and cateL 01-804. Wayn. R i 366-7X11. _I— 

1MJ MUSTANG 1 PLU8 A IM H P.. * PONTIAC HARDTOP. FLOOR lop 
4-apaad, Sn-OTM after 8. __ ridft 6300 MB Earl St Md-UltL Ifo. 

nato* 1967 FORD RANCHBRD M0 XL, METSOR, V-4 AUTOMATIC, IlM 
Basil 4W-431A often. 478-129C I la 

y VOLKSWAGEN 51 LUXE '■ JD ODQK. GOOD RUNNING — 
Pair ecnHttaa. RE 1*4-180 mndKIrm. taMBIT | • 

mp IMS DODGE CHARCUL OFFERS. IMS FOKO. 11X106, * 1 OW1MSL S' 
COB. wjaua hmetnMi nuwi I™ 


PLUS 


DUBE BUGGY, OOUPitHTE WITH 
on*-taece llbarpaa body and 1S0 
SI. 404ip. toflna Hu Complete 
rebuilt njqntnf liar, new F-70-14 

wtda ovait, and flbaratea aaata win 
cuatcan aphnltearv IMS llcaaca tar 


NEW M — — 14on 

PICK-UPS 

BRONCOS - ECONOLINES 
CLUB WAGONS 
RANCHEROS 
GOLDUNE CAMPERS 


Naaar raced.' MM. 


DODO* OM* 

kl>W BBeafa. OM I 
Lake Traitor PartL 
SELL 1955 VI 


>M5. rad io, MAS 4TVP70 _' 0,530. 00-145 • \ a£Z. 

IVT IN- UM PONTIAC LAURBNTTAN. 0M B7 CHEV., 2-DOOR HARDTOP, VA B CHS 
_ nr beet odter. CY-4TT8 _ au tomatic. fTOf* _ 

H MUSTANG. J-ai'EED, W I 1« PONTIAC V-l, STATION IS®' CHEvf 

Intnaculate cmHon. 4T7-SS4. wagon. Neada work. MEMOS. «acted. 0M I 

v-8. is* ‘0 FORD, m. NEW PAINT AND IMMACULATE IMS CHEVY, fei Bl CRE V. 

_ ktMMMlarton. 09a 4T8-SKS. h.p., BSJ. ISO# ml Phone SUM food ahapa. S 

““ &.wst« — 1 ■ a/wu 


SUBURBAN 
"COUGAR COUNTRY** 
386-6131 

Douglas Rt Saanich Road 


'■ OHK9 5-DOOR SEDAN, NEWl 
im tnJeoBan heads cam. U.l 
pletoni, tranamlaalon, atalnteai Baal' 
(U Mnh MM, warfc dona on ear ; 
SfMra, altar I, lO-WOD 


Batin (KotonUt. Victoria, B.C., Saturday, Nov*mb#r 9, 1968 


100 CARS TOR SAL! 

vwvwvwvwvwvwvw 

VWVWVWVWVWVW vw 


SPEEDWAY 

VOLKSWAGEN 

Quality reconditioned 
used car* 


CARS FOR SALK 


TIME FOR *69 
EMPRESS 

PONTIAC BUICK LTD. 


1967 CHEVY II sedan with DEMONSTRATOR SALE 
automatic transmission, 

only 9,600 miles. A spot- 68 PONTIAC Parisienne 
less one-owner car $2695 door hardtop, V-8, a 

1966 VOLKSWAGEN camp- nT Cr« 

er, mechanically tops ln *- b ^ " 

and very clean through- gT"^'LtotJMM 
out. Hurry down to see Hf'„ 8t 
this unit. ..$1995 TR ^ E WVV .$- 


CARS FOR SALK 


Since 1893 

DON'T WAIT 

OUR YEAR END 
CLEARANCE SALE 
IS 

NOW IN PROGRESS 


door hardtop, V-8, auto¬ 
matic, radio, power steer- . _ . . „ . 

ing, brakeV Grecian 1967 P ° Nn * C V4i ' 


1965 PONTIAC sedan, V-8, 68 PONTIAC Parisienne 2- 


automatic, an excellent 
car for only 7.—.$1695 


mg. nr axes, urecian . .. . 

green. Stock No. P400. 

Uc. 42337. List $4484. A4 * ret,Uced -* 2795 

TRADE NOW .,....$3488 1967 METEOR 2-door hard- 

PONTLAC Parisienne 2- 

^_u_a power, reduced to $2795 


1963 PONTIAC Grand Prix Stock No. P462. Uc. 42344, 
2-door hardtop. Bucket Ust $4334. 

teals, console, fully TRADE NOW.$3488 

powered. Including „ . . „ 

power windows, n e w 68 PONTIAC Pamsienne 2- 


door hardtop, V-8, auto- ’ 

matic, radio, power steer- 1966 RAMBLER 
ing. brakes. Fathom blue. dor V-8, 
Stock No. P462. Uc. 42344. radio, full | 

Ust $4334. LOOK _ 

TRADE NOW .$3488 , 


RAMBLER Ambassa¬ 
dor V-8, automatic, 
radio, full power, 
LOOK .$2395 


CARS FOR SALE 


PETER POLLEN 
FORD SALES 


OPERATION 


Peter Pollen Ford’s way 
of celebrating our tales 
■uccess. 

In order to reach this 
years tales goal of 1200 
new cart and trucks, we 
mutt tell the la«t of our 
1968 * took NOW. 

SAVE UP TO $1,000 


CARS FOR SALE 


DAVID 

MOTORS LTD. 

“The Acdon Comer” 
for 

“Datsun and Volvo” 

WE MUST SELL 
USED CARS. 


CARS FOR SALE 


SAUNDERS & HITCHMAN 
SPECIAL CLEARANCE 


ixaisun ana voivo- ^ USED CARS 
WE MUST SELL 

USED CARS. 1965 VOLKSWAGEN This 

1365 VOLVO 132 A Coupe, a Sp " ial ’~ ,U95 

hard to find model. 1962 PONTIAC 4-door sedan. 


red line wide oval tire*, 
with mag wheel*. An 
immaculate hard-to-find 
unit ............. $2395 

1965 VALIANT 4-door I ta¬ 
ttoo wagon with . cus¬ 
tom radio and automa¬ 
tic trans.. $1995 

1965 RENAULT R-8 tedan 
with automatic trans¬ 
mission and very low 
mileage .$1195 

1964 VOLKSWAGEN Cue- 
tom. Spotlets inside and 
out .. $1095 

1963 VOLKSWAGEN 6- pat- 
tenger pick-up ... $1395 

1963 MG Midget convertible 
Real tharp.. $1095 


1966 CORVAIR Monza Moor 
hardtop, 4 on the floor, 
radio. At new ...$1995 


Automatic trans. with 
radio, etc. ..$1995 

1964 MORRIS Station Wagon, 
radio, in prime condi¬ 
tion .t..-. $1495 

1962 OLDSMOBILE hardtop, 
full power, real 

dean .$1095 

1963 PONTIAC Parisienne 4- 
door hardtop, V-8, auto¬ 
matic, nice and 

clean.$1595 


door hardtop, V-8, auto- radio. As new 

ing ti brate1| to eJ^ r white. 1965 JSJtarfto^VJ^utl 
™de'nOW .,36*8 T-.A—'-tlB* 


Stock No. 8304 m 

1968 FORD FAIRLANE 500 n ? aUc ' nlce 

formal, Zttoor hardtop. clean . ,1595 

V-8, automatic, power ifi63 RENAULT R-4 Station 
steering, power disc wagon, 6,000 1-owner 


radio, 6 standard. $795 

1962 VOLKSWAGEN Van. 
Fixed up as 
camper .$695 

1959 CHEV 6-cylinder, stand¬ 
ard, good trans. ...$495 

1967 ACADIAN Invader Sta¬ 
tion Wagon, V-8, auto¬ 
matic. one owner, 24.000 
mile*.$2695 

1964 BUICK Wildcat,- auto¬ 
matic, power steering, 
powgr brake*, radio, 
top condition.$2295 


CARS FOR SALE 


NATIONAL 
CHRYSLER - DODGE 


“THE DODGE BOYS 


TURNING UP 
THE FEVER” 

NO REASONABLE 
OFFER REFUSED 


ALL CARS 
WINTERIZED 


CARS FOR SALE 


SUBURBAN 

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DOUGLAS 
“VICTORIA 1969” 


1968 NEW AND 
DEMONSTRATOR 
ALL MODELS 
PRICED TO SELL 


CARS FOR SALE 


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BIG BUYS AT 
MORRISON’S 
ON DOUGLAS 


1966 PLYMOUTH Satellite rtu^rAj »u aibut. 1968 OLDSMOBILE Delta 88 
convertible. V-8, auto- 4-door Hardtop. Fully 

matte, power brakes, PREMIUM USED power equipped 

2 . S ’! 1 ™ 1 ■“ “““T 

ASKING.$2795 door * iardto P- 35 °- FuMy power equip- 

Your Reasonable Offer? 1968 FALCON Future sports ^. 93995 

1966 PONTIAC 4-Dr. Sed.p. ' 52395 1968 EPIC 138 

V-8, automatic trans., 1968 MONTEGO MX 2-door 1968 BUICK Skylark Can- 

power steering, radio. hardtop .$3695 verttble. Fully power 

ASKING . 52295 1968 n o D G F 500 2 - rinor equipped.$3595 

Your Reasonable Offer? 1968 P G E 500 2 ™ 

hardtop .$3495 1967 CHEVROLET Impala 4- 

1S6S >K» COUGAR XR 7. S u n Hardtop F u 11, 

4-door tedan. V-8, auto- power equipped, 

matin .luHno .._ ji. ...^ 


___ „ a « _ , 1963 VALIANT V-200 4-do^ 
P(»mAC Grands Parisl- sedan. 6 -cylinder, auto- 

enne, 4-door hardtop, V- 8 , mat j c .jl 3 g 5 

automatic, radio, power 

steering, brakes. Fathom One year written warranty 


blue. Stock No. P463. Lie, 
42348. List $4684. 

TRADE NOW .$38X8 

PONTIAC Parisienne con¬ 
vertible. V- 8 , automatic, 


FORD Galaxle 500 2- JootTmtles* * * °* ^ ^tf nal mUes - A s t *^J 1961 CORVAIR Sedan, auto¬ 
door hardtop, V- 8 , auto- NEW PRICE $4096 .* matic, radio, one owner, I 

matte, radio, full SAVE .**"[$ 735 1959 CHEVROLET V- 8 . auto- very good condition $795] 

power, A ateal at 12395 "1200” PRICE .. $3361 matic, all power 

VALIANT V-200 «oor equipped .$695 SAUNDERS * HITCHMAN 

tedan. 6 *ylinder, auto- Stock No. 8182 1962 SIMCA tedan, a dandy Sales and Service Limited 

matic ..$1395 1988 FALCON Future sedan 2nd car, priced to go 

BjlMj motor, automatic, . ,295 2040 Cadboro Bay Road 

■Jo Down Payment! NEW PRICE_$3466 1558 ZEPHYR, dandy 2 nd 383-7111 

in approved credit. SAVE $ 582 car - ReM clean ...$445 

rermT’to’^r^S, 1957 DODGE 54-to„ ptekup, B C 

individual. Only .$345 


No Down Payments 
on approved credit. 
All cart winterized. 
Terms to suit each 
individual. 


Sales and Service Limited 


2040 Cadboro Bay Road 


Victoria, B.C. 


ASKING .$2295 

Your Reasonable Offer? 


1965 PONTIAC Laurentian 

4-door tedan. V-8, auto- 1368 ^GAR XR 7 - f un 

matic, power steering, roof — *.^ 4235 

power brake*, radio, 2- 1968 FALCON sedan .. $2695 


power equipped, 
radio.$3195 


Stock No. 8091 


radio, power steering, 65 STUDEBAKER 6 cylin- 1968 FORD Galaxie 500, 4- 


brakes. Ermine wnite. der, radio, 

Stook No. P438. Uc. 42351. automatic .$1295 

TRADE^NOW ,3*88 62 G0M>DfI .**» 

murv . Co , - , 62 AMBASSADOR, V - 8 . 

BUIOC Le Sabre 2-door automatic .$495 


DAVID 

MOTORS LTD. 


IVO0J 0USUU fAUtfW ro nTTT/^17 T _ r. _ I n j u« T - U, — -- - — 

68 BUICK Le Sabre 2-door aU tomatlo .$495 SAVE .$ 920 

1963 CHEVY II station hardtop, automatic, radio, "1200'* PRICE ...$3445 

wagon ..$1295 power steering, brakes. 60 CORVAIR 6 , radio.. .$795 

1962 MORRIS Mini .... $695 Urt$4795’ 58 AUSTIN A 90, radio, new Stock No. 8020 

_ tratw unui paint .............$695 1968 FORD Galaxie 500, 2- 

1962 CHEVROLET tedan TRAI>E N O w . P<Um door faatback . V - 8 . auto- 

with automatic trans- gg buiqk jj, sabr* 2 -d'>Tr RAMBLER, 6 . radio..$245 matic, 'power steering, 

mission a n d custom hardtop, automatic, radio, »poismar 4 door a power disc brakes, tilt 

radio- A very well r stceri brakes . 59 4 '.,h steering wheel, aomtort 

maintained one-owner r-_____ radio . $ 485 m. 


door tedan. V- 8 , auto- muiuks liu. 

matic, power steering DATSUN - VOLVO 

power disc brakes, ra¬ 
dio. 3880 miles. 1101 YATES, AT COOK 

NEW PRICE ....$4365 PHONE 38&6168 

SAVE .S 920 

"1200" PRICE ...$3445 — Growing With Victoria — 


ARGYLE A STORRS 
HAVE RECEIVED 


tone. 1967 CADILLAC Sedan De- 

ASKING.$1895 1968 MONZA 2 - door hard- Vllle. Fully power 

Your Reasonable OfferT top .$2995 equipped.56695 

1965 CORVAIR M'Yira 2-Dr ACADIAN wagon $2695 1967 CAMARO Rally Sport 

HUtW. H0 h-P.. ORm ml GALAXIE 500 SjiXJ ^ 

matic tranimistion, sedan $2495 posltraction.$2995 


custom radio. Only 

32,000 case-history 1967 MUSTANG 


radio A veryw/eH hardtop, automatic, radio, ■£ PONTIAC, 4 door. 6 . 

, * , f ^ power steering, brakes. 

maintained one - owner cream ^ Nq radio .$485 

Unlt .. 51095 B93. Uc. 70002. List $4801. 60 PONTIAC .$345 

1962 RENAULT Caravelie TRADE NOW. $4988 ^ y^UXHALL Victor ..$295 

,par “ . 68 BUICK Wildcat 2-door ■ 

I960 WOLSELEY tedan $795 hardtop, automatic, radio, 58 mc Van - New 


matic, 'power steering . 1 
power ditc brakes, tilt 
steering wheel, comfort 
stream ventilation sys-' 


ROYAL AUTO SALES 
WHOLESALE OARS 


NOTHING DOWN — YOUR 
iTRST PAYMENT 
NEXT YEAR! 


83 Nova hard tail. V-8, aUndard 11680 


tern, radio 6740 miles. « Pariateme moot hamtiop. v-s. 
NEW PRICE ....$4588 


2929 DOUGLAS ST. 


64 VOLKS Station wagon, 
low milage and tmmarked. 
ONLY .$1595 


convertible .$2895 


1966 CHEVY H Station Wag¬ 
on. 6 -cylinder.$2195 


mr.W PJtUL.iL - nw « OMC VtAcm. VA LW. til* _ „ rtoTt - 

SAVE .$ 900 mi lea .m» 64 O L D S MOBILE convert- 


“1200” PRICE ...$3688 g ^SSSm “I'wn * DIe - campUMf powered. 

6 s Buick La sabre, power imu One owner___$2495 

64 Pontiac convertlWe, loaded (10(1 

Stock No. 8387 “ 61 AUSTIN Westminster 

1968 FORD LTD. 2-door st Beaumont 4 -door i_su 2 '' Sedan ...............$195 

hardtop. V- 8 , automatic, ' 

power steering, power m 59 SUNBEAM convertible, 

disc brake., comfort g ^ top, radio. Ex cep- 

stream ventilation svs- f *H VQ y wafoo ..S*T« tional ................$545 


We have an excellent 
•election of VOLKS- 
WAGENS and other 
small Imparts starting 
at low as $495. 

We guarantee all our 
used cart to past the 
Motor Vehicle testing 
station. 

Drop in to see toe best 
selection of small cart 
in Victoria. 

Under the sign of the 
revolving Volkswagen 

SPEEDWAY 

VOLKSWAGEN 

Open evenings till 9 p.m. 

171 Yates 385-2415 

VW VW VW VW VW VW VW 
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power steering, brakes. 
Charcoal metallic. Stock 
No. B32. lie. 69018. List 
$5827. 

TRADE NOW .$4688 

68 B UIC K Wildcat sedan, 
automatic, radio, power 
steering, brakes. Stock 
No. B50. Lie. 64620. Arctic 
white. Ust $5210. 

TRADE NOW.$4*» 

“Balance of 
new oar warranty” 

TRADE NOW 


tires. A steal at 


DRIVE IN AND PARK. 
YOUR CAR IS HERE. 
The nama Is your 
guarantee. 


One owner___$2495 


miles. convertible .$2895 

M A Z D A S ASKING ........ $1795 rAMApn w v „ 1966 FALCON Sedan. 6 -cyi- 

Your Reasonable Offer? 19€7 CAMAR0 327 v_8 * 3295 inder, automatic (rant- 

1964 TORD Custom 4-Door 19 « MG Sports. Radio $2695 mission, radio.$2095 

2929 DOUGLAS ST. Sedan. V- 8 , automatic, 1966 OLDS MOBILE 98 4 - 1966 CMEVELLE Sedan. 6 - 

62 PONTIAC Laurentian power steering, radio door hardtop .... $3395 cylinder.$1995 

matic" exc^lerit SLutkJT YowReLonibte'bfler? 1966 BUICK Le Sabre 4-door 1966 CHEVROLET Biacayne 

matic, excellent condtitoa . Sedan. 6 -cylinder. $1995 

ONLY .fL>45 1964 PONTIAC 4-door sedan, ^ 

Mvntv , 6 cylinder, automatic 1966 METEOR S - 33 sports 1966 PONTIAC Parisienne 

trans . radto, 2 tone, coupe. 4-speed .. $2995 Super Sport. Fully 

tow milage and tmmarked. A ^r. S14« power equipped. $2895 

ONLY .$1595 ---.--.--J1435 19G5 ljncoln. Factory air 

64 O I D S MORTT f convert Y R * a,on * ble 0ff ? conditioning .... $4995 1966 DODGE Coronet Station 

64 ° L D SM ?® I ^. COnVet !- V*, TAKTT ««n_ . Wagon. 6 <yllnder. $2195 


ible, completely powered. 1964 VALIANT Custom 200 [1905 RAMBLER 990 


sedan. 3apeed, automa- convertible .$2095 1966 PLYMOUTH Satellite. 

tic transmission, V- 8 , automatic trans- 

ASKING.$1595 1965 MERCURY Montclair mission, radio. ...$2495 


stream ventilation sys- “ . 


1010 Yates 




382-8121 
P P P 
P P P 


tem, power door locks, » Cnmul M|i» . CUM cq pupv Imtiala rnnuort. 

_ lri |. J .,,1 « Meteor hardhv. Hunt ata« 01 C 33 l - rtE ' V . impat* conven- 

rarno, auai rear speax- AMO many morn to choose Ible, 348 cu. VS, 3 carbs, 

S,a2£? Wlf gTOUPI -™ BLANSHARD^* NELLR THE floor shift. 

3700 miles. arena ONLY .$895 

NEW PRICE ....$4765 


floor shift. 

ONLY .$895 


A GOOD DEAL 


A GOOD DEAL MORE 


1MI PLYMOUTH BM4n Mn 
haretofi. SIS cubic faefe. V-S, 
^uftoanaUc, rower atearln^ 


SAVE.$1012 

“1200“ PRICE ...$3753 

Stock No. 8296 
1868 FORD Galaxle 500, 2- 
door hardtop. V- 8 , auto¬ 
matic, power steering, 


PHONE s»tm 


LOU'S AUTOMOTIVE 
SERVICE LTD. 

385-1515 


58 CHEV. sedan, 

6 standard.$395 

383-5651 


Your Reasonable Offer? 


NATIONAL 
BUYER BENEFITS • 

—Written warranty with 
every car. 

—AD cars dearly price 
tagged. 

—Exchange privilege*. 


power dlSO brakea, ra- U0 MERCURY Manldalr. 4-dnor 
j u a,,., , ..aedan. JRabutlt motor, new Urea, 
too, dual rear speakers, entam radio, power ataerlnf, 
etc. power brakea. 


sacsufIce — muht sax. by —100 per cent on-toc-spot 

Noember IStt, UE8 Fort Ttelim _ 

wKh all tba equipmatS ■aaltatila nnsnclng. 

Only 10 mcoBu old. coat new 

li&UMA 11 -Take It to your fsvortte 
__ _ mechanic. 


I FORD Cuatom 0<tML bta * power brakea >*■ CHEVROLET CAPJOCE 

rrtaatar. aotamatte. radio. elc - £aYV mu-r new powder blue wUi bteefe vinyl root, «... 

iilua in ooicr. Raai dean sms NEW PRICE ....$4631 1ALK PRICE -......EM* bv»t-v interior w«fc bucket —Bonded sales personnel. 


EMPRESS 


MADSEN MOTORS PONTIAC BUICK LTD. 


WHOLESALE PRICES 
1966 Pontiac* 


Douglas at Topa* 


(Holiday SpMfcli 
(0 OaHona ot Gu free) 

(at our partlelpaittagi 
(Daalara. Oh cun bodsht) 
(Friday and Satarday.) 

ISM CHIVY 1 Nova erape. W cu 
ua*. V-S. automatic, radio 
Lady driven .JIM 

ISM FALCON a a d a a . daodard 
tranamlaaloD. I cytlndar, radio, 
real acomny ..SIM 

urn OLDBMOBILX 0 4-door bard 
top, vs, automatic, full 
wwr, luxury at Ita beat. 
Rabuift traindaatm .0D78 

ISC CHEVROLET Partawood fdoor 
wagon. * cu In. V-8. 


SAVE .$ 900 '" tri b “ utl,ul 

“1200” PRICE ...$3651 SaE raicE .. . . ...sai 0 

1967 VOLKSWAGEN do luxe, cua- 

Stock No. 8382 tom **** .* 14 " 

1968 FAIRLANE 500, 4-door ism Volkswagen da luxa, oar- 

sedan. ^cylinder, auto- tora wdl0 ' . 

matic, power steering, >»* Volkswagen iboo. autioo 

power brakes, radio, .* u> * 

22^SSJL „Trt a T7St 

NEW PRICE_$3777 Run* Uk. new. .m 

SAVE 5 fiTO 

••1200" PRicE":::»31<B G ” w,nm, “ l ,“ d Her ' ,d 


Custom Sports, bucket _ 

setts, fully equipped. $2395 low mileage, testto. bal- 1—1 1b. 

loon Urea radio, big «tx. WWw auUaaaMc Iwnw ilMim, .ra 

4-Door Hardtop .^ 

Equipped ..$2195 nr\ _ isc Pontia c rnmm *ooor 

3- Door Hardtop— i«i pontiac station wagon, nS2l 0 , ioISr*a5Sn* 

Eauloped __.......$2195 V -8 - aulanaUr, power taaerina. 

a A power tail gate and radio. V,7y 1SK DODGE Ftaneae l-dow bar* 

4- Door Laurentian— clean, turn. 47940 *. top. au mm aaic. v-s «*«. 


Runa Ilka new....|7M 


8 -cylinder.$1695 mm hover a*- 

3- Door Laurentian— ? n *'* FM radia Muidar 

c . u 2 .. eicnc Undercoatlng. a.OOO mllai. 

6 -cyllnder.$1595 No tmdaa. 11 . 0 a cb-cts 

loco nnWTTirc IS M _ AOADtAN BEAUMONT. I 

1968 rONTIAUS cylindgr, lUrHkrd trtfisn^ulon, 

FACTORY WARRANTY 

4- Door ^dtoP- 

Equipped _......$3095 budrat aaata. automatic Mice atae, 

3-Dooc Hardtop- 'mmmtutate. m _ 

Equipped .$3095 

afiar. MB-HM. 

1968 Beaumont 2-dr Hardtop isc grand rari 

V- 8 , automatic, jxjwer .Hgy hanuop, iou n 

■teering, radio. ¥ ^ ***•" *?■ _ 

6000 miles. Factory cXd«'"T^S<i ' 

warranty. .........$3095 R * Ji ° - 0 . 4 MTar bait ea im 


Plate all Mre Ctarlte, S83-73I6 

MUST BHiL. 190 AUBTANG, Afi TO ___ _ . 

new. 30. t-rpemX, wkta oval ttraa. 1964 STUDEBAKER 2 - door 

chn«na rawni wheala. dual ex- —j _ \j u 

ha at, bateau of i yon 30.(01 Sparta Sedan. V-8, BUtO 

mto wananiy. Met 0 .Wa fls- matic, vinyl interior, 

iwt chev. 3 -door Himptof 3 B dividual reclining 
riandafd. pew paw, mia «w seats. 1 owner, only 

ovale, map, 0m. or beat offer ->c rwi ml]., 

Phoa Dunn, 74S-7S0 after 5:00 ob.tAW muei. 

p-m- _ ASKING.$1095 

i 9 S 8 „ d odge vnoouirr iDoo« Your Reasonable Offer? 

hardtop, laaj Ford oonaola- Both In 
good mertaudoal randmon and 

eovnamme toted. M-9M4 or Ha 1962 SUNBEAM Alpine con- 

—- viktkgE - verttble, very nice. 

IW Dodge Broa. Coupe Very fare. ASKING .......—$1295 

<y.« ^ ««»wn in uc Your Reasonable Offer? 


2-door hardtop .. $1995 

1965 EPIC.$1196 

1965 MONACO 2-door hard¬ 
top. 4*peed.$2695 1965 OLDSMOBILE 98 4-Dr. 

Hardtop. Fully power 

1965 PONTIAC Parisienne 4- eqtdpped. .$3195 

door hardtop .... $1995 

1985 CHEVROLET Bel Air 
1965 DATSUN wagon. Station Wagon. V- 8 , 

Ra ®° .-— * 1685 automatic transmission, 

1965 SUNBEAM rwMo< .J 2495 

convertible.$1295 ujgj CHRYSLER New York- 

1964 COMET 404 sedan $1295 * r 2-Dr - Hardtop. Fully 

power equipped. $2595 

1964 RAMBLER 

convertible.$1395 1865 BUICK Speck* 2-Door. 

V- 8 , automatic tram- 

1964 GALAXIE XL 3 - door mission, radio.$2295 

hardtop ......... $1795 

1965 CORVAIR 500 2-Dooc 
1964 FALCON tedan. Hardtop. Automatic 

4-apeed.$1495 transmission. .$1695 

1964 COLONY Park 1965 CHEVROLET Blscayna 

wagon .$2695 sedan, V- 8 , automatic 

_ ST 1 ^.$2195 


Ado^a^^^lS^wer VOLKSWAGEN Window 

Peering and brakea. 00 , V-«. open Van f U11 Y Insulated 
to reaaanaUa often. _ ___ . _ 


■ports sedan. V-8, auto- 1964 FORD Custom radio. ’ 

matic, vinyl interior, aedan .$1395 r .^ 

individual reclining _ 1965 BEAIRVTONT Super 

seats. 1 owner, ^ 1964 ENVOY Tudor .. $1295 &pmt ^ Upeed. 

36,000 miles. 1964 FAIRLANE 500 Moor radio.$2295 

ASHE* 0 .*!095 hardtop .$1695 ., AQK 

Your Reasonable Offer? QMC Panel-.,.$1495 

at teSrt. ew'cMfw Ml 1962 SUNBEAM Alpine con ^ .$1395 1965 °° NSUL CtertJ “ 51193 

—-1 verttble, very nice. 1QC , 1964 BEAUMONT 2-Door 

ASKING.$1295 1863 COME ^, Hardtop. Automatic 

Your Reasonable Offer? convertible ...... $1395 transmission, 

62 VOLKSWAGEN Window 1963 Tudor. radio. .$1895 

Van fully insulated 22,000 mU * 5 . 51095 1964 OLDSMOBILE F85 Se- 


1965 CONSUL Oorttaa $1195 


1963 COMET 

convertible ...... $1335 


V -8 .$1,575 offer, win taka email Mila. M- 1962 VALIANT 4-door sedan. 

*63 AUSTIN ra roue oaiauciK hxxr JjjLjL Real ni “ 

I'M Mini Wo oral eanft K “f*?** r ™V fk * Ib ta t itaarlnn ASKING ...........$995 

ZS Mim Wagtra-$800 bun aMmM smm «j Your Rassonable Offer? 

58 OLDSMOBILE FIESTA Bnpm ocm aw. sn yag nniv-v t, „ 1 1 „ j . _ 
Automatic. . ... .. $350 5“ d radto and rod rorte I960 DODGE 6 -c y 11 n d e r, 

automatic. Good family 

384-1144 THREE POINT MOTORS ——- - ---- ear. 


Van fully insulated . ... 

camper. A self-oon- 1963 FAIRLANE 500 2-door 

tained unit hardtop .$1495 

ASKING.$1195 

Your Reasonable Offer? MOST OF ABOVE 

! VALIANT 4-door sedan. FULLY EQUIPPED 


MADSEN 


UM PLYMOUTH lOOQR, SLANT 
MOTORS 1 autnmatie. Good amdMoB. 0.300. 
47700. 


automatic. Good family 
ear. 

ASKING.$495 

Yohr Reasonable Offer? 


TRUCKS! TRUCKSl 


VICTORIA'S 
3969 FORD 
TRUCK CENTRE 


dan, V -8 eu to matte 
transmission.$1995 

1963 FORD Galaxle Sedan. 
6 -cylinder, radio. $1095 

1963 FORD Galaxie 500 XL 
Convertible.$1895 

1963 PONTIAC Laurentian 
Sedan. Automatic trans¬ 
mission.$1395 

1963 METEOR Station Wag¬ 
on. 6 -cybnder, 
radio. .$1195 


Quadra at Pandora 
315*7831 


MERCEDES-BENZ 
190 SL 

COUPE-ROADSTER 


. im vjcjbmt maim. wai.H 
Gleaming silver; ivory hard- 2E? 11 * **«“ TW SB-1! 
ton: Mack soft - top; red —-— - -- .— I 

Steer; custom redio; l 

radial tires; fully recondi _ ( 

aoBed - «vs&^asss! 

$3,150 e.nm irM ia_ t 

THREE POINT MOTORS V 2*mL £S°8£ * 


1 IHU oobvath 1966 CHEVROLET van. 6 1963 CORVAIR Monza. 3- 

1964 CORVAIR Monza coupe, 

6 cylinder, automatic cyUnder . 51995 speed - ndio . 51195 

trans., custom radio, 1966 FORD Ranchero. V- 8 , 1962 FORD Galaxie Sedan, 

bucket seats. standard transmission. 6 - cylinder, automatic 

ASKING --$1495 radio.$2295 transmission __$1095 

Your Reasonable Offer? 

1966 DODGE 14-ton. C cylin- 1962 CHEVROLET Bel Ah* 


1980 VOLKSWAGEN 3 - door 

sedan. 

ASKING.$795 

Your Reasonable Offer? 


der, radio, canopy $1995 

1985 GMC tt-ton. 

6 cylinder.$1595 

1965 MERCURY 44-ton 4x4. 
winch V -8 .$2995 


Station Wagon. S-cyUn¬ 
der, radio..$1295 


MORRISON 


i*« oqrva» oonaa scocat **** VOLKSWAGEN 2-door winch V -8 -... $2995 

hjretpte Bucket aaata, floor *0, Sedan. 

ASKING.$495 1965 MERCURY H-ton. V- 8 , 

Your Reasonable QHer? 4-speed, radio ... $2295 

•at ~w»n iuiitw ho hari> 1964 QiEVROLET %-ton. 6 

tap. loaded with extra«. gw cylinder.. $1495 


180 Johnson 


—NATIONAL— 

CHRYSLER-DODGE 

819 YATES STREET 
384-8174 

Wide Open Every Week- 
Day Night T1U 9 p m. 


1963 CHEVROLET %-ton. 6 
cylinder, 4-apeed $1595 

1955 CHEVROLET %-ton. 6 
cylinder .$295 

1954 FORD Fist Deck. 

V -8 .$395 


CHEVROLET 

OLDSMOBILE 


3050 DOUGLAS 
(Opposite Mayfair) 


1965 ALASKA Camper. Heat¬ 
er, stove.. $1695 


hlateamy uaa. Ideal tar hunter. 

Bier man and apart, oar enthuil- 

aaL A teaal 0 (Tara. Aleo nmdry 
VW. bads, chant, and angina 
parte W« ateo have ftbargteat 
E3tai and Idta analtaMa. Apply or 
bBobb Boh CUrba Chevron Service. 
Sanalmo T ateBtaaa 70-503. 

U0 LUVCOLH COimJlINTAi. 

inUCTLY PRIVAT* 

3-dart VmHkm, taMMcttetea Midi 
Don, aLr-Conaltlonad, tea ran tape 

player. Sorry ao Iradaa. Ptatea 10 
MBS, aril tar Mr. Kmama 


oar tte g mSy. 

quadiu aacnoRfl. araeras 

M0-<n0Si*. 4-door, 4 cytaeter. 


■CO NO MY PLUS 

■ Chev. • aiandard, 4-door. Ml 
condlltaB. only Sast SB-am 

IM. riismn 4-DOOR, OOOD CON- 
aUtate 4n-3SSB 


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THE SIMCOES 


SEAGULL CAMPERS AND 
TRAILERS 
AND 

CAVEMAN CAMPERS 
SALES - SERVICE - PARTS 

Division of Dominion Motors 
f sped*! lie In CAMPER, 
(AILER and MOBILE HOMg 
pain 

u Douaua st. sss-xn: 


BOB'S TRAILER SALES 


1983 CHEV PICKUP, 46.000 MILES, 
firet-claa* condition, $1,850, IMA 
Eard pickup, 18.000 mu«, |l,59fl; 
10-ft. camper in mint condition, 8100 . 


Discontinued line to clear- 
PARKWOODS 


Phone Pat Alleater, Chemalnua 240- 


I0XM, 'M DE LUX* CHAMPION. -_ .. _ 

excellent condition, muit be acid by EBQUBtALT 1 -BKDfb 
ft os 15th. 86,100, 478-4883. contained auM*. Hast I 

194' SCAMPER. SELF-CONTAINED "*’ IUd * d ^ ^* 190 
with shower, '87 hitch. *an Ura 1 ROOMS. KITCHEN, 
sleepa 8, $8,000. 4T8-XUS. quiet buitona edidti i 

» Poor RUDE IN CANOPY TOP, RACHEIXJR SUITS 
IgU .jneuMlkei. unique MyHng, *2B. Jameg Bey area. 880- I 

BACHELOR -RthTET” 


TRIANGLE TRAILER 
SALES LTD. 


CALL 


M49 GRANT 


NEW LOW PRICES that will J» “ T UP 

shake the Industry. r r Wan,lK 


WORKING LADY TO SHARE 
apart ment. Board optioned- 38S 3Q85. 

MA CUEAN 4-BOOM ILTTX NEAR i 


AVAILABLE NOWi 


44'xir GENERAL. Catyeted. With 
de luxe ran** end 3-door fridge. 
Gun furnace end de In drapes 
with eun curtains. 

MOW ONLY 81,491 

SitelT SQUIRE 8 bedroom «e 
luxe in every laepeM. 

NOW ONLY 89,988 

iftxir GLENDALE, 8 bedroom. 
It'* tot everythin*! 

NOW ONLY 816,8*8 


117 COTTAGES, CAMMITU, 
SUMMER RESORTS 

FURNISHED CABIN* TO RKNT, 
In Brentwood ‘ 


GOOD NEWS 


638-1407. _ 

120 ROOM AND BOARD 

SUITE ON SECOND FLOOR FOR 
retired couple or *in*le retired. In 
large home with magnificent view 
Sitting rooqi. bedroom and bath- 
room. 888-4194. _ 

BRIGHT FRONT ROOM IN PR1 


4 fecial 15" mag wheels, wi* fit 
Idlec bralaee, with 4 wide ovela with 
tube*, mounted and balanced. Only j 
act In B.C. Replacement coat (650. i 
Make an after. C7-iS14. I 

PORfirs; uoo motor, com 
pletetjr ratMg ff Volkswagen 
moot end nod ctsaeals; Auwin 
Healey 8000 motor, tranemleeson 


ACT FAST 
on Ihese SPECIALS! 


vat* home for elderly la 
meal*, near water front and 


nice bright room or mala flow 
Laundry nduded. 388-1MT, 

RATES WITH MEALS PROM 1141 
mnoth. Cot n a h al Inn. JTO Govern¬ 
ment SL 


THE 89s ARE COMING 


Special fUtcounta on all 
1968 mobile home* 


ROOM AND BOARD IN A WARM 
comfortable home. Lunches packed. 
TV lounge, 133 Dalles Rd. 884-7808. 

GOOD ROOM AND BOARD. MEN, 
tingle or ghering, M3 8881 _ 

ROOM AND BOARD FOR THE 
retired. South Fairtlald . 3864439 . 

PRIVATE HOME, GOOD MEALS, 
gentleman. 381-8001 


-3D FORD 3-DOOR WITH 8 CYUN- j; 
•der fiat heed motor, running; '57 n 
D odge hardtop. ‘IT Ford parts u 
Ch eap, aaaapn. — _ N 

REBUILT '58 FORD FLAT HEAD 'J 
motor, Imrad svtth cerhuraticei- *61 l; 
Chev grill and front bumper. L 
OBara. 47M37E _ g 

COMPLETE 1867 CHEV. STATION N 
1 wagon, damaged front end. Good 


Luxury living at its finest dose te 
JubUee Hospital All modern con¬ 
veniences, including wail - to - wafl 


1968 

DODGE %-TON PICKUP 
DEMONSTRATOR 
ONLY 813 MILES 


4.IUU miles since re-build. 


Itlea Lady pensioner 
Quadra R»5f*L 


NEW UST.J37 

BUY NOW FOR ONLY 
$2919 

100 per cent financing. 
CALL 

MARSHALL MURRAY 


MAKE AN AP 
TO VIEW 


GLENKEY MOBILE 
HOMES LTD. 

2706 Douglas at Hijlaida 

385-2491 


aC AUTO-WRECKERS 
Parts ter sale — ear removal 
1481 W. Saanich. 653-2813. 

SALE, 386 CU. 
mmptete with aula. 

nnttea «T8-T2n. _ 

GORDIE - * AUTO SUPPLY LTD. 

I Formerly Simi Autn Supply I 
851 Yates SAL* S88-4S12 


1965, EXCELLENT CON- 


THE 

LORD * LADY SIMCOE 
440-450 Slxncoe Street 
385-3111 

fcxxxxxxxxxx 


N. MOTOR, 
traaw. li ,000 


479-2792 


Hollywood Crescas*. On aea Irene 
S-iMOmcan eu&e New carpeting. 

BURNSIDE GARDENS 
1 -bedroom Tuwahoieae 
December 1 

Ohildrm welouma. no peta 


coupe. V- 8 , automatic, 
bucket Beat*. 
UNBEATABLE 


FURNISHED 1 DOUBLE ROC84 
Hhrns ■Tl 1—. 


562-6 Simcoa St. 

Large, beautifully decorated 

1 -bedroom apartments with iairtteuT^btock ^rrmn”*^ 
sunken bath.. 12x15 bed- 

rooms and plush wall-to-wall i* 7 ” ___ 

carpets, elevator, balconies, ntEE first WEsra rewt. 
private courts, controlled eu 2 T£ 

entrances. “** »*» er aaomr. 

1 Bednn. from...$130 w LU x* ..atbftboM Sti 
Adults only—No pats tar root PeaawKr 

Resident Mgr. 383-762$ !2:____ 

Goward Davalopmentt Ud. M^£lfe B ii K ^S^a 


123 CONVALESCENT. MSI 
HOMES, PRIVATE HOSPITAI 


1884 4-DOOR AUTOMATIC. SELL 
ter parts or ea if. *»-994ft Call 
altar 02 noon. 

1956 FORD ENGINE. V-8. OQM- 
Blate. m cu. lit OUeta. 883-1207. 


Radio. Tonneau cover. Low mileage 
Beat oeeh after. 881-3086 


88 BUICK. '88 CHEV. WHOLE OR 
»erti. 88HHB or BHia _ 

LANGFORD AUTO WRECXBRS 
1874 COLDSTREAM _ 4T8-3— 

'« 8 . ti-TON DODGE OOVTJRN 


CLARKE SIMPKINS 
LAND ROVER, 
SPECIALIST 

Hard To Find Used Trucks 

•81 Econoliaa . 

■“SWfltXpHT-S 

iWSn&F** 

M Land Rover Mathm Ragan 
Auxiliary tank. beta, radio 
ft Land Rover lQg'—SW, 

hutaa ... . _ 

•6 Land Rover 88" Bert! Top |a, 

CLARKE SIMPKINS 

CALL COLLECT l 
879-6211 Telex 04681} 

MB Klngeeny. Vancouver 


58 BUICK V4 STANDARD FOR 
parte. 88B-MM. _ 

OOMPLETELY REBUILT VQLES- 
wagen angina. wo EaautmaR Rd. 

WRECKING '84 FORD STANDARD 
291 5KH9B7. , _ 

WANT'D) PARTS POR ‘IB VAN 
guard 306 . 47HH23 a ltar A _ 

sr chev., v-8. tarn 

585-4232 

IN VOLX.WAGEN. I HU. 

_* N-atm __ 

SB CONSUL PARTS, GOOD WENI> 
Wileld. 39-0184. 

MUNCIE CLOSE-RATIO. 4 SPEED, 


EL run I 


WARM. 


til AkARTMCNTi WANTIO 

FURNISHED BED«TIWJ ROOM 
and kitchenette repaired by No¬ 
vember 15 by quidt mala atudant. 
reaannehle. rtoee-tn. Phone H. L. 


ROYAL LANCER 
CEDAR HILL CROSS ROAD 
droatn mite, claae to S 


FIRESTONE * 
“FACTORY SECONDS** 
TIRE SALE 

Tubalau, whitewalls, «tc, 
SAVE UP TO SO Per Ccn. 
Act Now Stocks limited 

D It D TIRE LTD. 

I Victoria Duncan 

382-7283 716-7191 


AUTO REPAIRS. 
SERVICE, TOWING 


YOUNG 


OOU, WOULD 
M aperjnertt 


NEW l BEDROOM SUTTE. WALL- 1 
to-wali carnet and drapea cabie- 
vINan. ooi&oilad en trance*. m4 


SI DUPLEXES TO RENT 

-ROOM SUITE. 1320 HIUAft>e. 
SL 2J Jr - ' baeemant. 


112 CARS AND TRUCKS 
WANTED 


FULLY FVRNRHED 1- 
nlle. elie dlvtea. Sec 


MORRIS TRkltERS A3 
CAMPERS 

Molar flnmta, eamgara trailer* 
2994 Douglaa 888-31 

Douglae at Bunwlde 
FALL SALE PRICES 
NOW IN EFFECT 


LARGE. WARM, CENTRAL. SEA —__ 

view. park. H24M1 LIKLA HEIGHTS NEW APART- 

l-~RO(Mir LINEN ~~ ANd ‘ DISHES SSf “ 

**** ■ ON E - BEDROOM AP ^RTMENTTO_ 

225 9UBSEC. AU. ItJUND. NEAR rent Apply at nio Yale* Ant L LUXURIOUS 


386-3411 


4. BRIGHT. 9-ROQM SUITE 
Blnva, Crtg. adult*. 1 M 


FALL CLEARANCES 
1988 Century 
Teat Trader* 

«x»tT eel ling at IieteiT rat Ray 

r&rurinrft p-mltaT 


bullftnge. 


CARS FOR SALE 


ENSIGN 


CARS FOR SALE 


ENSIGN 


100 CARS FOR SALE 

VIC VAN MOTORS LTD. 


TRUCKS 


ENSIGN 


S TRUCKS 

TRUCKS FOR SALE 


All Cars Gov't Tested CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH 1958 CHEV. Pick-up ... 


UNDER THE 
■BIG SIGN' 


930 YATES 


UNDER THE 
■BIG SIGN* 


930 YATES 


1965 PONTIAC Laurentian 4- 

CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH door sedan. Full power, 

radio, automatic. Show- 

__ _ room condition_$1895 

UNDER THE UNDER THE 

1965 PONTIAC Laurentian 4- 
*BIG SIGN' BIG SIGN door sedan. 6 cylinder. 

standard shift. One 
... owner. Excellent 11495 

930 YATES 930 YATES 

1965 GALAXIE 500 2 - door 
hardtop. Automatic, 352 

_ . -—_ _ . cu. in. V-8, power steer- 

_ _ ing, power brakes. 

_ _ Lovely powder blue. 

_ _ black vinyl top. Most 

popular model ...$1895 

_ 1963 PONTIAC station 

SPECIAL SPECIAL wa*on. 6 cylinder, 

FACTORY PURCHASE FACTORY PURCHASE standard shift. Very 

well kept.$1295 

20 1963 PONTIAC Laurentian 4 

NEAR NEW NEAR NEW door sedan. Automatic, 

1968 CHRYSLER 1968 CHRYSLER p o w^ r'brakes^a 

NEWPORT FORDOOR NEWPORT FORDOOR Excellent i 

condition .51295 

HARDTOPS HARDTOPS 

1964 PONTIAC L a u mitten 
station wagon. Automa- 

„, _ tic, V-8, radio. First 

_ _ class .$1495 

- —■ 1964 DODGE Polara station 

---- wagon. Automatic, V-8, 

radio. Very clean $1395 

EVERY CAR EQUIPPED EVERY CAR EQUIPPED 1962 MERCURY Mon terey 

convertible. Like 

WITH WITH new .$1395 


SPECIAL 

FACTORY PURCHASE 

20 v. 

NEAR NEW 
1968 CHRYSLER 
NEWPORT FORDOOR 
HARDTOPS 


SPECIAL 

FACTORY PURCHASE 


NEAR NEW 
1968 CHRYSLER 
NEWPORT FORDOOR 
HARDTOPS 


1061 Yates at. Cook 


UNBEATABLE 
FARGO TRUCKS 


IMMEDIATE DELIVERY 
1969 FARGO 

% Ton Pick-up 
44 Ton Pick-up 
Translvan 6 or- 9 
passenger buses 


1955 LAND ROVER, 4-wheel 
Drive. $705 

BRIAN*HOLLEY MOTORS 
LTD. 

3319 Douglas St. 384-3221 

Beside the A It W Drive-In 


LOU'S AUTOMOTIVE 
SERVICE LTD. 

1965 VOLKSWAGEN Mikro 
but. Only 25,000 miles. 
In showroom condition. 
Warranty provided ..$1998 

386-1515 
Gov't and Herald 


112 CARS AND TRUCKS 

WANTED 

Good, Clean 
CARS AND TRUCKS 
WANTED 

Cash in 5 Minutes 
—PLIMLEY—. 

1010 Yates St. 

WE BUY 
CARS FOR CASH 
SPEEDWAY MOTORS 
971 YATES STREE T 

KASH FOR YOUR' CAR 
HfaWie KEN anytime. 

Suburban motors 

\ 386-6131 

113 * TRAILERS, MOBILE 
HOMES, TRAILER PARKS 


B«ilR (Solonlft. Vlcforlo, B.C., Saturday, November 9, 1968 31 

1113 TRAILERS, MOBIL! 1123 HOUSEKEEPING ROOMSI129 APARMINTS TO RENT 
HOMES, TRAILER PARKS TO RENT UNFURNISHED 


| "TRAVELAIRE" RITZ APARTMENT __ 

KOTEb-MOTEi. DUNSMUIR HOUSE 

Orderi ar* no* being taken for DOWNTOWN NEAR EATON'S AND *31 DUNSiMUTR ROAD 

Spring delivery on '& TRAVF.L- SAFEWAY Comtertahle. reason- UUIthfllUm KUAD 

AIRES, at Dreaant '88 price* ably priced hou»eke*p!ng room* _ , 

PLUS an added early order jr,d *Jta* by day, Mai* or monlte Quiet SeclUSlOD ««ay from 

txmus.' tNpp in no» io art hgl TV In kamg* and a lava tor aervlce ft,. , 

detail* on the deal (4 a lifetime. T10 Fort St traffic U1 convenient X>ca- 

Tradea accepted an thl* after. SfiJ-lOB tion 

Delivery data* at yuur ronvenlence. ■ ■ ■ ■ ■- ■ ■ .. ,, * , 

a real g,«d poll«h lob on tha CLEAN i.ight HousEEEEpwc Magnificent v ewg of ocean, 

exterior of yw trailer before "**"■ 18J-M31. h.rK™. 

Slnrlng vallj keep your aluminum .n,. TI ,.,.Tr „ -J ' nArbor, mountains, 
and briftii f«r mxi 8 prim! *2* APARTMKNTS TO RENT Unusually iargt sultdl 

coastline trailer <^ntrk FURNISHED thoroughly soundproofed. 

MI Bumalde Rd. 38M021 ——---——-- n^.i.eihtlK, 


fully furnished luxury auites 
1, 2 and 3 bedrooms 
For the finest in high 
rise living, phone 

THE 

LORD A LADY SIMCOE 
440-450 Simooa Street 
185-3111 


■ .Mi tfb'p DiriTnD—nr.,, Take advantage of these wMia «*>un m inaa-m -— *r.- - -- - ————, 

ism JEEP 4X4 PICK-UP, WINCH. I , uaHa nlgied, wai!-to>Mfl carpet, hml n .,i,|.. 

8*a lank*, power brake*, canopy buys NOW! cable XvkJded Cfcw to —InSHl* parking 

wlUi 1101. A frame for from. PURVIS-FLA.CK TRAILER SALES 13 p-renna Phm* -Free CBblevision 

;M“ V Imroacut.1. ah.pc L2-X5F PARKWOOO. 8 bed Ree. .... «.TD. a 5#g08B. Eve*. 6-S p.m. oagy. _ 

turn. 41840*8 18,995 .... . «S. 298 »U Quadra *2-3522 g frrUFM 1 Aaultl only—no pet* 

119*8 CHEV. PICKUP WITH WALK- ^ ^ PARKWOnn. 2 bed. Jte & Fellow tha aun In a Tandem L^en. 1 T V ED ^I December 1st occupaney 

. i 2dK. m SiS io x« PARKwoobs,' i' or ’ _ 2 bed *** * ••ek. 47s -Drapes 

Re * W ' 195 .- Srt M^E RN BACEHLOR -g 

^ ————- Se * «p i" * "T* 1 9J°“ in. wily terniftted, tv. etc 2-bedroom from ........1144 

19M FORD PICKUP. V-8 STAND '69 LAMPLIGHTERS where guKittg. flahtaB. rldlM end Relerenoo. repulrad. Michelaiigrto. a a__— J17K 

ard and 1668 -1 9' Caveman camper . hearttromhln* are all at your J82-7988. J-Dearoom rrom ......-*lfO 

Stove. fridge. furnace 3S5-*S&I are here. diioratep, thl* extwptbmaJly awl]. ——-——-——-- 

before 1 p.m. or after 7 pm. "> 0 *>* 1 * home. with NEW DOWNTOWN MOTOR INN, Phone: DflVI 388-6100 

ti.— r—.-=--- LTv«’ 8 bedroom. Mane extra*. I*"* awnkig noUd rndcxx- pool and uuna. apaclal oft " , * ~~T r 

« FORD^ H-TON PICKUP. '* romuleie M y a9T« n **? “**" « » telly aea»on rata, everything .upplled Eves., 385-2750 

C M C \-4nn pickup, automatic, ■> winS “ nd,c *** 1 *«* c ' « very rea*on S98-SU. * w ’ 

2940 oSSty 584-7W *** M _ _ 88i NICE APT - 

1969 FORD PICKUP, 1959 FORD. 3 bedroom, match this FOR SALE, lfl X M MOBILE ouiat block central, adtgti. 4T94M NfJW BFNTING 

runnlnj? g^ar, cu. In aiMn. New «t ..$6,996 home. JI.OOO 2 IkDdrofimB, Mvln« BAGHMT/JK SUITS, HATHROOM I>WVY nijn 

lire* on raar. r*dic. Phm« IR1-94R4. _ _ room, kitchen, uUlJty room, fully *** Phone M-S4B6. FJNBBT APARTMENT 

X- MODWN«mHO mm ..FACING MOftT DC&IitABLy LOCATED 

Mi nt, good running ottwr. , 2 , 6 . » ^ W* L P^U » ^ OAKLANDS MANOR 

1«R GMr ptcKi'P. HEAVY duty w™“. *■« »»y »4n»L_ 2797 CEDAR HELL ROAD 

tef^^naS" wins' ,teS- d< M»T2r BUY ’68 ARISTOCRATS iv TRAVEL TRAILER BUIrE BRAND NEW BUILDING 

ar. unara »»«ng altar 10 am BUI bo AKlhlTJUKAIS Builnes. venture torcee aai* ot frit private entrance, g!5. ’ __ „„ 

1167 LH.C. n-rof V-8. JO 000 NOW and SAVE. lO-mrmth-oW Travelatre. telly *Hf- Prf< fT • WU-20 W._One-bedroom aultaa from ....—8120 

mllea. Ilk, near. 28 4-2649. ? ro » w .-IlSti'mg. GIRL WILLING TO SHARE FEATURES 

107 PARTS, ACCESSORIES aT^^wC! ^ " 1Ul “ *“* ^ ^ ABtoro^te Wtbere * B d dry.re (aa 

_KEWfiKILL "*■* co * •4.**'- Saertnca price-—----coin* I 

i Vrr , rnRI4 , « T »Dr.FCT Buv a heller Irallar at 14 250 n * i«-4B6 AVAHABtft DECENgWCR 1. j Free cablevtiloa 

CENTRALLY T^atfd ~ ,«uwoon tAaITe"Teal*.- I r S m M SSS me '” u,ll ‘ u ' , ,nrlUl * d 

LtNiKALLI UUCA1ED In ftock PARTS - PROPANE - RENTALS —^__ Drail* 

• USED AND RECOND. H ,I?* I !: E J L V ,8 J 84 J^ c . AMPE 5 a * syrraaLF. for coXxied antrance 

Atrrv-i v-.rr, 386-3623 — 478-4979 Highway No. 1 and Mlllitreara Kuad 2 worjdng girl* oveV ». complete Wall-to-wall carnet* 

AUTO PARTS YARD H ~ E A V Y DUTY 2 WHEEL " lth TV ' ^ 1 c Deremb- 

Motor* Cbev-Pont. S27 dmvn to M.ni ----— Sa** ‘ nd b °* t ** , ^ . Shqrellne .COURT . 1 for o«u|I^y * 


SCAMPER MOTOR HOME i*‘moofl Street -rtrspiaci 

will arrive nov u J85-3111 —Sauna a 

See our remain!na *tnck ct '« rOOTHS 

Sam.^.xrelleni valued In ^de-Tn vJt, ? T.:'.. ,UU -V ! FUR —Laundry 

unit a wailtew^l _ carpet, heal. _ Tn ,lA- n . 


thoroughly soundproofed. 
Beautifully landscaped 
grounds. 

All the features of. a modem 
luxury apartment building 
—Controlled entrance* and 
Intercom 
—Electric heat 
—Elevator 

^—Carpets or oak floors 
—Balconies, patios, roof Har¬ 
dens 

—Fireplaces In some suites 
—Sauna and recreation 


64 DODGE 2-ton V- 8 , cab-j^ ^ wm walk- ^^'^ARkwonnV 2 bed. 

chasis. 4-speed, duals, ai-j^^ i0 ^ Ax ^oaai.‘ i ^ ^ 

umlnum box. I condition througbcuL Six good tire* *®' 155 . jIS.793 


umlnum box. 
UNBEATABLE 
PRICE 
Sales tax 


SI 989.75 

NO DOWN PAYMENT 
36 payments of $66 


| 11.695. ftia-srsR. 

$1895 I 196 ; PORD PICKUP. V-H STAND 

.. ■«! »nd 1968 - 8 S' Ogvamaa remper. 

94.75|Stove. fridge. lurMcr 385-4562 
| before 1 p.m. or after T p.m. 

r« TORO H-TON PICKUP. 'S 
CMC 9,-Am pickup. »ulr>matlc. 
Lei Blow 2940 Douglaa, 284-7843 


r—Air conditioning 
—883 V -8 motors 


—Air conditioning 
—383 V-8 motors 


—Automatic transmission I—Automatic transmission 


—Power steering and brakes —Power steering and brakes 3995 Quadra 479-1321 

_ , .. .at McKenzie 382-3722 

--Custom radio, rear seat —Custom radio, rear seat 
speaker speaker — — 

. „ . , HORWOOD BROS. 

—Whitewalls, wheel covers —Whitewalls, wheel covers 

, _ ____ .. . 67 FORD Falrlane G.T.A.. 

-5 yr. 50,000 mile warranty -5 yr. 50,000 mile warranty ^ v _g automatiC( widc 

oval, disc brakes. Was 

_ _ $3395. Now . .$2995 

- -- 66 CHEV. 4-door sedan, V- 8 , 

- - - - automatic . $1795 

65 TRIUMPH Herald ...$795 

NEW CAR PRICE 15400 NEW CAR PRICE J5400 « 

UNBEATABLE UNBEATABLE lent condition $1596 

PRICE $4195 PRICE $4195 63 HILLMAN Super Minx 

_ OQly 34,000 1-owner miles. 

Like new.$1095 

62 MORRIS Mini Station 
wagon, low mileage, ex- 
■ _______ cellant condition $725 

50 AUSTIN A-99, 6 cylinder, 
overdrive. 

68 CHRYSLER Newport 2- 68 PLYMOUTH Sport Fury Immaculate .$1095 

door hardtop. 383 V -8 2-door hardtop. V -8 ____ 

motor, automatic, power motor, automatic, power 00 MERCEDES BENZ 180 

steering and brakes, steering, radio. Bucket *«'"“• qu*Uty car _*°r 

radio. seats. 9,000 miles. .*995 

UNBEATABLE UNBEATABLE 82 ZEPHYR. Radio. Very 

PRICE.$3995 PRICE .$3595 c , ean . r95 


i960 PONTIAC Laurentian 6 67 DODGE D-100 Vi-ton pick- *aock*' , l«| f ow-iord, 

cylinder. Automatic. up. Long box. V -8 motor, * r un *" ‘ t ^ f .. 10 *° 1 

power Bteering, radio 4-speed transmission. JSU. L m SSb 4 s V * ju ’ i,0# 

Nicest in town ....$795 UNBEATABLE ^ 107 PARTS, ACCESSORIES 

3995 Quadra 479-1321 Sales tax 109.75 VICTORIA'S LARGEST 


$2304.75 

NO DOWN PAYMENT 
36 payments of $76 


Phone: Days 388-6100 
Eves., 385-2750 

NOW RENTING 

FINEST APARTMENT 
MOST DESIRABLY LOCATED 


UNBEATABLE 
PRICE $4195 


UNBEATABLE 
PRICE $4195 


TED DRURY 
DICK WORKMAN 


ENSIGN 

CHRYSLER-P^YMOUTH 


NATIONAL 
CHRYSLER-DODGE 

“Vancouver Island's 
Dodge Truck Centre"' 


Motor* Cbev-Pont. S27 down to Mini 
A SKI (r»r*fully rherkedi Tr*iu aid - 
■uto. Dill*., bucket seat*, radios, 
lire*, batterle*. large stock body 
pari*. Moat make* and model*. 
Qualified Mechanics on Staff 
United Auto Wrecking Ltd. 

400-420 Bay 

384-4151 Mi-4151 

OUR NEW LOCATION 
2150 Blaoshard Street 
Your Carte 'Haart'' la tha 

BATTERY 

For a ftrong. aura «urt every um* 
GET an "ACME" 

LOWEST PRICES 
IN TOWN 

Dallvared and In*tailed I 

FRANCIS BATTERY k ' 
TIRES LTD. 

Retreadlna Spaciaiigt* 

SPEEDWAY MOTORS LTD. 
971 Yates 

Your Volkswagen Parte 
and Service Centre 
385-2415 

nwirrn owners ' 


Call Rtntal Departmant 
Anytlm* 

BROWN BROS. 
AGENCIES LTD. 

1728 Blanahard Btraat 88^8771 


STiop around, get a Seat, THEN-1--- 886 C 

I rume to TRIANGLE W* CAN and riM-Y EQUIPPED U* FACTORY- Hoapl 
WILL glre YOU more quality for bulk camper 82,000. 042-5760 
tewer dollar than anybody In town. u r,; —-■ 3 ? L 


THE 

PRINCESS PATRICIA 
701 ESQUIMALT ROAD 

VIEW 

THE BLUE PACIFIC 
FROM OUR 
SPACIOUS SUITES 


■ OAMP ER . rJL L gffar£ffk. 3 £B 5 OOM SPACIOUS SUITES 

haxas furnished mcwlei AFARTMINT TO RINT Studio -.. .$118 


motor, automatic, power 
steering and brakes, 

radio. 

UNBEATABLE 
PRICE.$3995 


BUY A NEW 
1968 

DODGE H-TON PICKUP 


17 METEOR Mont calm 4- 67 PLYMOUTH Fury HI 2- 
door hardtop. V- 8 . auto- door hardtop. V -8 motor, 


automatic transmission, 
power steering, custom 
radio, vinyl roof. 
UNBEATABLE 
PR 


matlc, power steering, 
vinyl roof, radio. 
UNBEATABLE 
PRICE .$3095 


95 CHRYSLER Windsor 2- 
66 FORD Falrlane 500 se- door hardtop. V- 8 , auto- 


For factory tovc*c a plus ter- ryj**. treMna wkm. and ovetwive mIoaai ctart 
61 VOLVO. Only . $495 vice. Slant 6 engine, stand- - . BHIB - 

SB RENAULT . m a 11 mo- wd tr “ 1 ' He * Vy ^ 

Doraicai trenuponi body side mouldings. at ISA Johnaon Stra.t 2*S4*ni 

Uon .$195 ratDficb- 

NEW LIST PRICE_$3331 and manifold. SIS Borg 

Warner T -10 Iran*, need* tome work. 

Austin — MG N0W AT NATIONAL ______ 

_ „ _ __ /IVT V WRECKING 1962 VOLKSWAGEN 

Rolls Royce — Citroen uinlx ^ rooter rww laat rnr. 8300 . 

$2570 Seat* Ska new. fully ayncroniMh 

810 Johnson 385-1451 t renwrt**" _ _ 


dan. V- 8 , automatic, cus¬ 
tom radio. 
UNBEATABLE 
PRICE ...$2395 


matic, power steering 
and brakes. Custom 
radio. 

UNBEATABLE 


65 PONTIAC Parisienne 2- U 5 BARRACUDA Fastbackiawa mi Bern 


door hardtop. V- 8 , auto¬ 
matic, power steering. 
UNBEATABLE 
PRICE .$2195 


64 PLYMOUTH B e 1 vedere 

sedan. V- 8 , automatic, 63 DODGE sedan. Custom 
power steering, radio. radio. 

UNBEATABLE UNBEATABLE 

PB4CE.$1265 


REGENT TOWERS 
Phone 383-6216 
415 MICHIGAN ST. 
(James Bay) 

HAS NOW 

One only one - bedroom 

ALSO DEC. 1ST. 

Two studios 
One, one - bedroom 
and 

One, two-bedroom 


Applicants 

Carefully 

Screened 

BY 

NORTH WEST TRUST 


1 Bedroom from ..$123 

2 Bedroom from ........$165 

ENQUIRIES 
9 A.M. 9 P.M. 
PHONE 382-2223 

NOW RENTING 
ELMBROOK 
APARTMENTS 
1471 FORT ST. 

DE LUXE SUITES 

1-Badroout Kdta from 8U5 
3-Bad room au! la from (150 
S-Bedroom wdta 8165 
FEATUIUKQ: 

—yatl b>wall eaiveta 
—Cablevimoo. 

—Balcaala*. 

-Free l.*ndry tacllltlea 
-rro« p*rkln« 

-Jlaaldeat managar. 

November 19th Occupancy 

P R. BROWN & SONS LTD. 
TM Tart Street _ WWW 

GRENADIER MANOR 
1537 Belcher Ave. 


THE SIMCOES 
Victoria's 

•‘Prestige Address" 


Slant 6 , automatic St^TteVroom -l * 21 ROOMS TO «HT 

whitewBU tires, custom pack-t CUST qM«ui lt bumpera , . 

age ; Jr West Coast mirrors, ^ SST ‘ ^ “_ 

radio, tu-tona paint, undei- — - --—■——— ■■■■--■ ■ ^ 

JT,„ ? ’ „ „ „ ELAND MUFFLER SALES Space available for thee, bomea la ONE ROOM, 8U PBR WEEK 3 hluhrlan facilities 

coat, chrome bumpers, SERVICE MKG. LTD lha naw TRIPLE OAKS MOBILE block* from «ly hall Man only. t uncM nigonae wcuiuea 

wheel cover* Bunuida at Doi«i*e — sss-toss home park at ite craignower 3>n-w. with many extra luxury 

wnev* covrra, — — == • -—— rd,, in tha 8 milt clroia. —rr;—n=r f „„, 


»*a l-badroom at iua 

Call Resident Manager 
386-3881 
C and LX Apta. 


62 PONTIACM-door. 6 qdin-1 62 RAMBLER Classic 4-docr 


der, automatic. 
UNBEATABLE 
PRICE.. 


sedan. 

UNBEATABLE 


65 DATS UN sedan. 
UNBEATABLE 
PRICE .. 


64 AUSTIN Westminster se- 
' dan. 6 cylinder, automa- 103 
tic, radio. 

.$1295! UNBEATABLE 

PRICE . 


ENSIGN 


ENSIGN 


CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH 


UNDER THE 
•BIO SIGN’ 


930 YATES STREET 


Opes Weekdays tiD I 


UNDER THE 
■BIG SIGN* 


930 YATES STREET 


Open Weekdays till I 


cllitieb Y^^iSoo. 

luxury Excellent location In town. Avail. 
i|Mt: l-badrooni wile* from tub. 
I o view ptenaWra. Oil and at Bb 
lta or DiM-q at _ 

1-Bedroom De luxe suite OS 


! luxe suite OR 
ML Real dent Mana- 
ar Waateni Room 


WOMAN WITH it>- 
i ■rente wite near 


Extra large LHK n»m far mlddlt- bouiaa atepplag. Free parking ervl 

agad or elderly tenanta. Hot and laundry aervlce. Carport* available. _ - __ 

cold water, ga* range* oaUevtaioa MM. 4TT^48fi WORKING WOMAN WITH lfr 

NEW '69 MODELS all rouma 1& Douglaa 88».lffl. i» RGE 2 -hEDBOOM— aPABT i“ r ' oJd •"** wile near 

rAmnMJD. J ROOMS AND trwnL controlled entrance^ Free SSSttecL Rawuwbte 

NOW ARRIVING kitchenette; fridge, Wrva. mak laundry. Cable. Adult* only. SUB u " uroi ^ d Ka ****“*■ 

fNime In end cherk the enalllv N|c f ly furnWitA Stdeiiy lady »1UI ” , ... 

featuraa offered In our coactee P - VANCOUVER VILLA. 1H VANCOU m 

GORDON'S MOBILE SALES CLEAN. COMFORTABLE, QUIET. *ar. corner ol Colllaeon. rewte aeM-rordakwd w w-Ato 

i. island bwy nilNflAN nr 1 F ° m RiUBltv kitditn& Dontnm 1-Wfoom aulta. SU^-tlJOi Itovahv mg ,rrfMniBB mlrm 

L OG “ UnB - Hour.. TfD G 4 O Uelding « iESb. _ 

ara^K£3r-’ «« sagfv , «pb 


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32 llllgCdloiilt. Victoria, 8.C., Saturday, November 9, 1968 

111 DUN-tXES TO RENT 1137 HALLS, WAREHOUSES, 1141 MORTGAGE LOANS AND1144 REVENUE PROPERTY 1144 ReVENUE PROPERTY 114$ 
- STORES, OFFICES TO RENT INSURANCE -;-;- - 


HIQHVIBW — Living room, bod- 
room, pier kitchen, 4-pce. hath, 
hardwood floor*, he* water heat, 
range, fridge and all utilities 
Included. Cook-FIndUyaon. Nov. IS. 
till). 

BEV MoARTHUR, 

63H-5SE3 or S85-34M anytime 
Byron Price * Associate. Ltd. 


OR WANTED 


TWO SUITES OF 
OFFICES 


BE V McARTHUR. Magnificent Location nr 

By^TrtS ^Md P *"" - *'*«*'■ /or 

S«3SS urje *JSSL 1S5Z 

?roon<tory a£d d 5mSHrt2rtr , 4^: Parkin* 1 * In^ded'* *72 Mr 
SSF&Z ,"? m prlmW * Ch00i * ™ Other «uUf. aeverml .mail off**. in 
tBTt after « P-m _ 475 „ „ „ , 13S 

ties MONTHLY, NEW 3-BEDROOM 


duplex with wall-lo-wall carpet n- 
and cabtevtilon. Near Uvlc. sobonl. 
and shops Occupancy November 

ia. 1 m . aa-owj._ 

UPPER DUPLEX 2-BEDROOMS 
heal, cableviilon. Ctoae sea, park, 
■hopp In*, lfl-mlnute bu* service 
lmmedlala possession, *133 383- 

MQ 1 . ___ 

133 HOUSES TO RENT 
FURNISHED 


Immediate Occupancy 
Cal 383-6713 


Don Fraser 
384-8001 
BROADVIEW 
PROPERTIES LTD. 
inas Johnson St 


* 14 SUITES 
FOR ONLY $89,000? 
AND ONLY 3 YRS. OLD 


BUSINESS 

OPPORTUNITIES 


Broadview Mortgage FOR ONLY $89,000? S1 ^*;N SEA VIEW UNITS 

Corp. Ltd. AND ONLY 3 YRS. OLD WITH LUXURY HOME 

BRENTWOOD BAY 

First and second Mortgages placed Yes Sir’ Tin. la a one-of-a-kind 

or purchased at competitive rates, bkek in Victoria, designed for Over an acre oI beauttfullv 

For information without obligation bachelors Never a vacancy, secluded property, well landscaped, 

call trouble -free, close to city cewrc with "large modem owner s home. 

Don Fraser God down payment required. Call separate from and overlooking ihs 

no, orvn ,ur deU11 * nuw - revenue units tn the gorgeoua view 

.itW-clAJl beyond of Saanich Inlet end the 

BROADVIEW western mountains. The home has 

minnrnieiw ,en 19 SI RTFS four bedroom* and spacious retrea- 

PROPERTIES LTD. auHta liun nans so Is IdeaJ for family or 

JIBS Johnson St . . , , , entertainment purposes Units aie 

-- - - An easy care block In an excellent fully occupied and tn exrsMant 

location. _AU . beetle lor and 1- condition. For hasher details snl 


BUSINESS 

OPPORTUNITIES 


EUROPEAN BAKERY Client Wishes to purchase a resort 
that can be operated the year round. 
Excellent clientele, good equipment Price to *150.0X1. Any similar type 
nets *15,n00 aim Illness fences sale’ operation considered 


146 BUSINESS OPPORTUNE 150 HOUSES FOR SALI 
TIES WANTED-- 


LAKEHILL VILLAGE 
NOW RENTING 
Quadra and Reynolds 
Hemodelled Family -Shopping 
Centre-Extensive 
convenient P.rkine 
High density heavy traffic area. 
Limited space available Ideal for 
Florist, Sporting Good*. Repairs, 
Offlcea Other Retail and Service 


PRIVATE FUNDS 
AVAILABLE FOR SECOND 
MORTGAGE 

Call Mr. Gaddes 479-5691 
C. G Heisterman & Co. Ltd. 
383-4161 


location. All bachelor and 1- condition. For further details snl 
bedroom Price *177,000 with term*, an appointment to view please call 
our J 

CONVERSION DUPLEX COMMERCIAL AND 
835 CRAIGFLOWER RD. INVESTMENT DIVISION 
517,500 385-3411 

Up and down, with 2 states at *75 
each. 3 bedroom, living room and 


TRUST CO. LTD. 


Attractive prof* statement. 

JOHN BISHOP 
479-1667 ( 9 - 5) 
385-0022 (24 Hours) 

COUNTRY HOTEL 


ALSO 

Have client wishing tn purchase 
motel on Vancouver Island All 
replies held in confidence. Please 
contact B. Lawless, 382-7276 or Rea , 
382-6223. 

TOWN A COUNTRY REALTY LTD. 
3617 Douglsi Streeet 


EXCHANGE REAL 
ESTATE 


RON SCATTER GOOD 
*78-1374 3816681 

Hagar A Swayne Ltd. 


FULLY FURNISHED DE LUXE UP SSfiS K SST. AgSStlaT Ltd' »« WANTED TO BORROW J** *» ,«•* 

lands Waterlronl Residence. Living 385.S7T1. P.O. Box 12* -—-——■ tena,,u ' bu < rail.lor details. 

room, dining room, 3 bedrooms. 2 --- 

bathrooms, TV room with Bar Aval: casarvmj INVESTORS ^UM^SSSn 

able November l*h, *275 per SAANICH Has ST- A SwaJte^Mr 

" 10n “ V _ ... MEDICAL DENTAL BUILDING Why no! earn 9 pur cent or beller ^ 

XER A STEPHENSON, LIMITED (Oppoiii* T A C Shopping Centre! on your money. We have excellent ---- 

885-3411_ Fust Mortgages Agreements lur 

1 OR 2 -BEDROOM _ UNITS. FULLY on, M^n and U>*er Sal- Second MortgMe. earning 8 10 SUITES FAIRFII 

IMtahid. ^ 8 j 8 Si”after * n 5 U “ ln * ■^•‘matlun from lowing offering* ' C ’ r “* $9576 GROSS INCOl 

or weekend __ TOWN A CO'' VT RY REALTY l -A FIRST MORTGAGE OF FULL PRICE $58,C 


kitchen on lower, 7 bedroom sukr ryiiip TTfVtTtJV cr rr'rrro v?,'.!*...! 00 ** vP-Lxland town, businaaa at a low prlr* of 

- up. OOM heal, large lot. Terms *\JUR LUXURY SUITES KJtrtwn faclhtic. In most units sss.snn. (Mortgage 125 , 00 ) at 

IV f. v A H .^ 1 *v.P r !^, b Zi <“*«*«* BEACON HILL PARK iKSe^du'&g *JinuSr * nr L*"'* d '- ** cen '- * 300 monUl ) 


OOZY 1-BEDROOM HOME, LANG 

t.xxi ye tiMas _ ■ , _L_ 

CANADIAN CREST MOTEL “rtf.™ 
Clean, comfortable 479-9002 j* ™**- . 


LTD 

382-7278 C. d«n 4796153 

DOMINION HALL WEDDINGS, 
partlea etc. 383-4196. 383-9717 


*12.300 on a residence worth In 
excess of 119.000 -Monthly Pay¬ 
ment 112 * H. Inter**! rala BL 
per cent-5-year term.. Monthly 


10 SUITES FAIRFIELD 
$9576 GROSS INCOME 
FULL PRICE $58,000 
WITH TERMS 


—CTaik* luoatlun. 


FURNISHED CABINS 
BRENTWOOD. 65C-U07 

HOUSES TO RENT 
UNFURNISHED 


ELK LAKE 
10 ACRES 


14! MORTGAGE LOANS AND! 
INSURANCE 


“EQUITY LOANS*’ 

(On your home or property 
whether paid for or not) 

We rsn loan you tro to 95 per 
rent o l tha value of your home 


R r rent-5-year term. Monthly J,’ .. 

*t Dated Cheques ^Arided 

Protective conditions We fully "If e ?|i. p 

service aU our offerings. * <?lnvesimei5 <**rator 

3—A FIRST MORTGAGE OF “S'^e'^t' (Kr cent 
*60 000 on a commercial prop- ** J,nre 8 * DHr w *- 
e-ty valued at *100.000. Monthly r.mlart 1 Rickard or 

Payment *am -Interest Rale 9Vt L.Tdmrav at 

per cent - 5-year Term-Post uS-CTn 

Dated Cheques Covenani and s 1 

Guarantees A-L 


PLUS VALUABLE HOME ««noowiii 

handle. Oi*standing value at 

An excellent Investment at fullv « mMn 

rumlahed and equipped rental units 
facing the Park; m great demand 

during the summer at dally rales -...rr-ixTs ...r, „„ 

and fully occupied In winter by MARINA AND 129 ACRES 

Y'-lLj*? “L. good thj'ntWy nates One mile waletfrnn* on South 
Adjoining this jgBperly, , n d well Vancouver Island 

p'scel tor day to day supervision 

of the units. Is a sound and eocn w, 

attractive 2 -bedronm home bating _ , *.i 3 U,UWJ 

on a quiet itreet SuiUble for 0ould be a mlllioo^iollar develop- 

owner or for renUI The whole me« 

property la high ribk Honhd 

and *ie land value atone could be 

worth the «dong price <* BEEF AND DAIRY FARM 


*• “"ail ™ZL'**'* ESTAT « 

isira-e us* lir E uropein dining room (meeting---- 

1280 Douglas Street anei aiKl*appmed*f^r addrth'aiai OAK BAY 

Jbriel units Slalnleas ateel modern 

____ .. . ki lrtie n- liquor license, Ideal Owner ha* 3Vi yr. old home. Three 

MODERN 11 UNIT MOTEL ? op * rmdnr '* bf* 1 ™ 0 " 1 * two In basement 

a oncednw-lifetkne opporlundy to Double plumbing Will exchange Tor 
Best hu-aiton " spotleaa and aUractlve small bungalow. Full price ITT,500. 

vfides up-island town, businaaa at a kiw price of only 

.vi L ivf n Jn mott units sss.snn. i.vior< 2 UPp r?s, 0 oo 7 v* T 4 a wni u; adv 

which provides a high and steady per cent, *300 rrmnth ) HAROLD WARE 

SSKE. iSCy. "JR 385-1448 382-1461 


JOHN BISHOP 
479-1667 (9 - 5) 
385-0022 (24 Hours) 

J B Royal Oak Prupertiea 


GARDNER AGENCIES LTD. 

DOWNTOWN APT. 

Older brick ttrueture containing IS 
suiles, easily maintained and fullv 
occupied. Market value *79,500. Will 
accept home, property or paper as 
part payment 


Modern, spacious. 2 -bedroom home or property immediately on our 

— beautiful views. Ideal for horse processing your application By 

lovers 2 -year leaae available. Dec using the increasing equity In 

Occupancy — *300 per month Cali your home or property whether 

Mr. Fortune at REALCARt paid for or not. Invesro can 

ESTATES LTD , 822 CORMORANT give you a total debt consoltda- 

8 T.. TEL 388-7733 Ron Dl in which i-ah reduce 


cent of the value of your home 3—WE HAVE OTHER SECURE 


OFFERINGS WHICH MERIT IN¬ 
VESTIGATION 


3 STORES AND 
APARTMENT 


Security-Yield-Service ^ ^Tdea,^ 

Diversification * couple exclusive listing. 


give you a total debt consollda- Diversification • couple EXCLUSIVE LISTING, 

fion pi in Which <-ah rodure vnu v cvDorr-r ir r nut. Askw “ D rk '« w1lh I'rtni J26.9UI). 

your monthly payments by as KJLLY SERVICE ALL OUR call Mr. Lewsoti at Mr. Murray, 


Please call our 
COMMERCIAL AND 
INVESTMENT DIVISION 
385-3411 


LEASE BACK 
SERVICE STATION 
NATIONAL CO. LEASE 


Could be . DUPLEX—ESQULMALT . rex w. hughes. ttAJau 

h* * 5 ROOMS EACH SIDE _^ NT * JgN »' W9 - 

S28 950 BEAUTY SALON, TOP LOCATION. 

___ , , “' S5U Will trade for equity In home 

BEEF AND DAIRY FARM tu. „ u ... ^ Deeperelely In need ol accnmmoda- 

■», i ‘ y, ' ,, , **r ™* well-buUt. elde-by-aide duplex- Hon All offer, and trades con- 

Vsncwvw with 1 h!^ J? £. 0nly 1 7, y *' rs J. ld hu Always sldered. Call Jarkte Wsldroi or Pat 

, river *nd been well rented and cared for. Barber, 3X8-4401. Shlrlev Philpa' 

walerira* buildings in top oundl- Each side has living room, sepa- Homefindera ^ 

_ __ rate dining moan, splendid kitchen,----- 

$290,000 Iwu bedrooms and h«ir-piece bath- OAK BAY. 3 YEAR OLD. 3- 

roum. Also ear* unit hat Its own bedroom house. Finished haeemenl 
For details r,»u*rt haacmenl. oil furnace and garage Garage, frleplace. Will exchange 

" u "*w»lart aewe to achooli Mid shopping for amaller. S8R-7742. 

JOHN A. HELLING centre -— 


For details G*lart 

JOHN A. HELLING 

REALTOR 

388-5451 24 hrs. 385-7352 


GOOD RENTING ARE\ ,4 ’ LISTINGS WANTED 


DOCTORS, DENTISTS 
MERCHANTS 


PFJIBERTON, HOLMES LTD. 

1002 Government SL, 

384-812* 

*135—Colwood area-Very clean 
modern 3-bedroom home with 
axtra room In basement - 
built-in electric range — eco 
nomlcal tn heat 


much as 75 per cert 

Borrow (Inc. Intereeti 
*1.500 pay from *11 99 
*2.000 *16 24 
*2.500 $39 9* 


ss*r E r - mort r*" ' 


VIEW ROYAL giJJ" g"-* 

1 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, large * 7 . M 0 *80.88 

kltahen, utility room, wired and 110 ,000 *81.17 

plumbed for washer, dryer. Carport 

and workroom. High with a view, The above premium payments 
nn Heps. *150 per mesith Heapnns- include Interest and are amor- 
Ihle family only. Mr. Williams, 386- tlzed j*er 23 years. Interest Is 
3956. less .nan ‘ 4 per cent but ran go 

■- - tn 114 per cent per month 

ie^SeS^i^r ho^ ror quick confMentlal Informa- 
Fridff, freeser and *ova Included R."!^ MonHgnyT Manager 

awinerton Stewart Clark Ltd. 382-9111 

^aiTwater^t - hoW "INVESOO REALTY" 

2 Bedrma, 1V4 bathrooms, huge (Vlrtorla's Centre of Finance) 

living room, modern kitchen. View 1800 Blanahard SL 

of Stuart Channel Includes frig. — ..... 

stove, washer, dryer. *140 per _ _ 

menth. Available from Nov. 1& Ph . 

Ladysmith 345-3986. Eves_ 

Dec L Curt* 1 1 Point, Secluded 
waterfront, modern, 2 -bedroom 
txxne *175 per month. 

SAANICH PENINSULA 
PROPERTIES LTD. 

_ «*”" _ MORTGAGE MONEY 

3-B X D ROOM. NO BASEMENT AVAILABLE 

IMMEDIATE 

range. Baxan Bay area. Awailbate 
Nov. 16 Rent *85 par month. 

Victor* Press, Box 1*1 FIRST AND SECOND 

SOON TO BE READY MORTGAGES 

Grand executive home. S hi* INTERIM FINANCING 

bedrooms, double plumbing, sun 

deck, and extra n ™™ In LOANS FOR DOWN PAYMENTS 
basement Open lo view after * 

p m Phone 478-3225__ MORTGAGES AND AGREEMENTS 

-anvil nig PURCHASED OR SOLD 


J H. Whtllome A Co. Ltd. 

76* Fort Street 388-4771 

SHORT TERM 1ST MORTGAGE 
requlied for builders In amounts 
from *12.000 to *25.000, 12 per cent 
interest payable monthly. 1 year 
term. 


BROWN BROS AGENCIES LTD. 


DUPLEX 
HILLSIDE AREA 
514,900 


Excellent yield on tmnrtment ki AUracHve single storey well sen 
cu ' T ' nl fl . w . y*y lesM hollding wHhin 114 mile circle 
leaee Locatlosi of service station In - space for parkii* and future 
S’ rowing community guarssiees expansion Xsidng * 3 ( 50(1 
future improvement In yield. 

..._ To view call 


Ker A Stephenson Ltd. 

GENERAL STORE 
AND 2H-ACRES 
$55,000 


FAIRFIELD 

I nave a purchaser with subatartia 
cadi wen Ur g a 3 or S hedronn. 
home in Fairfield area near the 
water. For prompt service please 
call 

MRS. RUTH SQUIRES 
388-6231 

Island PknUte Reeky Ltd. 


. _ The owners of this excellent 

135.000 Ut mortgage required on revenue property say it MUST BE 
triplex, 914 par cent, 5-year-term SOLD, so I he ones has been 


triplex, 9H par cent, 5-year-term. SOU), so Ihe price has been 

Please aU Mr. Custance, 385-9181 reduced. Located In this popular 

anytime. area on a large lot. Consists of a 1- 

_ liedroom suite and a 2 -bedroom 

Swhnerton, Stewart Clark. Ltd, suites. Newly repainted, separate 

F TV R ^ Excrttent OLSSZS home 

aaa?w , iS B 5.«? . h ^ ,or 

oft Gorge Phone Ted Bowden. S«5- 
fthkl City Brokerage, S88-3St7 


Please caU «« r 

,S COMMERCIAL AND 

of this excellent INVESTMENT DIVISION 

say it MUST BF. WLIitl 

nrtra has been JfKKHIJ. 


SECOND MORTGAGE WANTED 

SSwr —--— 1 “ ,w,w 

Km FIRST AT 9 PERCENT. 5 LOOKING FOR A mol' 'ISkSvr^re™ * ' p^perty teOStmeS^ln ^tertJ^pprotT ^^ 

year term. *120 per month. Victorl* ITTIPI FY’ situated one block from Ihe sea mately *500 la required If you are '-rertaca and sunderfr. I-srgr store 

Press. Box 132 and within walking distance of Interested in a bus .neat that can be l***™- 1 bedroom auke eaaily 

-- -- Then let me show you this dean known Lodge (classed AAA) has no started on a part-time basis, *2J v *™ d **° doc,or nr *h 6 at 

143 RiVENUE PROPERTIES ln .* v,cmnc y problems ever, and Is operated from your own home and 

gl^k PKOFtK 11*5 joe, high location The upper rents completely and teatefully furnished eaady become full time and very ASKING $49,000 

WANTED Sdv^MtVVlT vT*" V to,> bo,tom There are in profitable, then write lo Victoria., 

____ Jfe. !°S hotsaekeeplng rooms with kllctien Press, Box 179. C. WARREN 385-3435 

*49 per month you get a beautiful 3 cites, plus the owner's suite An —-——-_ „ _ __ 

WANTFD v p' ^S3’ , hfZ h Li*l} r * Ctl e!- L i?b h V ** c *pO«ially high Inrome and BHOWN & SONS LTD. 

WAIN t fcJJ i P. and bow window The D.R. 1s showlrw a moat excellent net Full ITNTOIIF MARK FT VAR - — - 

2 APARTMENT *£ 22 *. F ° R ___ 


MARK ZABEL 

Rtthet Agencies Ltd. 


KER A STEPHENSON 
LTD. 


DE LUXE REVENUE 
TOURIST HOME 
CHOICE LOCATION 


tv,v rtiDy c< *‘J d ** opportunity Island l^nMic Reaky Ltd. <TA-"E BLAIR AVI 

DON CLARK >'") v * been waking for I^rge '—~ SHELBOURNE TO LAI 

385-2898 388-5451 K2,*" d L?TiC WANTED USTINGS orty *SSif'qM „ 

__JE?" /“4a . o^ h ‘,. < ’ M Lram 

I niCTPiDUTriB- ^ TOlu ")“ ISS tor details. aU aorts lust as he completed 

DISTRIBUTOR j 1 Of Hatkngs required. If you have flnl thing touches and Ian 

FABRICATOR £h!£h Jr' hr V nfi 0 !) “rtWng to sell, LEN LeDOUX Is >ng Featuring ao 18 ft 

r mii uii wnicn rents for w per mo. Blick ik* nnp tn t p*vsp rail renm “I •* 

Part-nine, lull-time. Canadian parking lor SO <*ri. Very jronri anytime at either number 385-34M bright kitchen with eating 
O' » Urtqoe patented or 5KJ '* a2 - Byron Price A Assoc) Thrae good ala* bedroom 

product la offering a lew tndMd- iLi* ,* 2K? rtunHy ' * l «* Ltd the master has a powder 

uale the opporhrvly to easemble or 386-3231 --—-- en suite. Basement Is 


and dsatrihule his products. No 
apeclal skills are neceasarv 
although an eye lx colour har¬ 
mony and a home workshop Is an 
advantage, but you must have the 
desire to succeed in yuur own 
busmen and the ability to deal 
W».h people Exclusive territories 


BLOCK BROS REALTY LTD. 

OAK BAY 

COMMERCIAL BLOCK 
PLUS 2 SUITES 


* open ki Duncan-ChemalnLi. *? **25* , i J ror t 7 hivertssient 

Ultimo, Cnurtenay-Gamrtiell • r *»- Weal for absentee 


*8.000 FIRST AT 9 PER CENT, 5- 
vear term, *120 per month. Victoria 
Press. Box 132. 


LOOKING FOR A 
DUPLEX? 


MORTGAGE MONEY 
AVAILABLE 
IMMEDIATE 


FIRST AND SECOND 
MORTGAGES 


INTERIM FINANCING 


WE HAVE APT. BUYERS WITH 
*30.000 to *100,000 cash down 
| lay merits on good apartments 
Plea* contact 

S. W ANDERSON 
S. W Anderson Lid _ *84** 38 

ISO HOUSES EOR SALE 


BOORMAN 

M 

A 

N 


WHEN BUYING OR SELLING 
REAL ESTATE 

THINK “BOORMAN" 


OPEN HOUSE 
TODAY, 1:30-4:30 
495 OWENS RD. 

(Turn off Metchoain onto WIs- 
harti. This new contemporary 
home has oodles of charm, lota 
of apace, outstanding decor! 
About 2 ,win eq a developed 
and luxuriously wall-to-wall 
carpeted throughout Includes 
living room, dining room, four 
bedrooms and DEN! 

There's a huge carpeted PLAY¬ 
ROOM, extra plumbing, at¬ 
tached aarpert and patio! On a 
nicely fir treed lot grlUi use of 
adjoining public land! 

Schools, stores and bus neaihy 
minutes from everything! 

THE BEST BUY IN TBS 
ABBA. BELIEVE ME1 
128.500 

PHIL SIMPSON, 388-7521 
Exclusive agent 

OPEN HOUSE 

TOUAY, 1:30-4:90 P M. 

MT. TOLM1E AREA 
1715 KINGSBERRY 
CRES. 

Off Richmond Rd. 

No reaannahie rffar refused on 
this three bedroom modern 
bungalow L-kuped L« and DR 
— bnght modem kitchen — 
rumpus room with breplace — 
quiet street — Immediate 
poeaesalon 

IAN A. BOORMAN 
*86-7321 ant time 


OPEN HOUSE 
UNIVERSITY AREA 
4010 CEDARWOOD 
TODAY. 1:00 - 4:30 P.M. 
fTATE BLAIR AVI OFF 
SHELBOURNE TO LARCH- 
WOOCi 

Only two mart he old and the 
unhappy owner la tranaiarred 
lust aa he completed the 
finishing touches and landscap¬ 
ing. Featuring an 18 ft living 
room, large dining room, 


Three good slat bedrooms awl 
the master hae a powder room 
en suite. Basement la. well 
designed for development 
Roughed-In rumpus rneen with 
fireplace. Dortke carport and 
paved driveway. 

ALL FOR $26,500 
ERIC GRAHAM 

*8t-7SH anytlma 


C. WARREN 


irge .tore MAYFAIR 

r delitlei REALTY 

LTD. 

Woodward's Mayfair Centro 
385-3435 3153 Douglas SL 386-2955 


P. R. BROWN ft SONS LTD. 


‘WE TRADE HOMES" 


I have 2 clients with substantial 
cash who with to purchase apart¬ 
ment block*. One desires an 8-10 
suite, while the other would prefer 
a 16-24 stete For this genuine 
request please call now tn L. 
Ma.shkll. Fairfield Really, 3*9765 
anytime 


5^^^TO-,hiTl«52i a UNIQUE MARKET FOR --7- 

2°tS?ita!iT h.rou. tete be «ho4 te- GENTLEMEN DOCTORS, DENTISTS - 

& d r^! HAIR STYLISTS MERCHANTS opEN HOUS£ 

^ - »er IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 

s an iio nAW NVI COM CM 1 TH T hairdresser., nsayba 4, to work in e vfced hulldlng within 144 mile circle j . n7 ran irTTMCDM R n 

DAVE NELSON-SMITH T, MARSHA! T. rtegrtunu bu>toe» u,... ■>. — ir>« («■ n.rin» .r.* 44tl7 WILJVlNSUN KJJ. 


DOCTORS, DENTISTS 
MERCHANTS 


m sure you'll be delighted. 
DAVE NELSON-SMITH 
388-6231 OR 386-62-33 

Island Pacific Realty Ltd. 


L. MARSHALL 

Fairfield Realty Lid 
385-9765 or Rea 479-3234 


2 BLOCKS TO BEACH 
1 BLOCK TO PARLIAMENT 


ROYAL DAK 

Small country home, Ideal for 
reared couple. Attractive, sheltered 
iliuatlon. automatic oil heat, fur- 
nlkie d If deaired non 47941 04. 

MODERN 1 BEDROOM HOME 
den to full basement, ob-o-mat r 
heal. 045 per month. November 15. 
4 79-2701. _ 

AVAILABLE NOVEMBER 15 3 

bedroom, no basement home 
Newly decorated, electric heat 
Rent *1*0. 477-3702 or 384-6550 

SECLUDED 3-BEDROOM SHEL 
borne area. Stove, fridge-freexer. 
Rumpel, room, double carport- * 1 S! 


APARTMENT BLOCK 3 shampoo 

Staff room and reetroom. 

yean old end In good condition, ■ market! 


hatrdreeeer., maybe 4, to work in e v h=ed building within 154 mile circle 
degghtful buatoeae aiemwphere. 2 — *pe«» for parking and future 
Mep mezaanne. expansion —Akong *39 500. 

4 working atationa (hydra ukc 

chair.). To view call 

2 comb out alatinna. DON CLARK 

ll!n !£££ ZZ'Z'. _ 656-2898 388-5451 


>2898 388-5451 

National Trust Co. Ltd. 


DEBT CONSOLIDATION 
CONTACT 

GORDON STEVENSON 

ANYTIME AT 382-8117 
NEySTKAD REALTY LTD. 


4 aelf-conlalned atea —own kitchen* One three bedroom 11 twn barf ^ , __ ' 

ThU li an urgent request If you and bathroom.-also stoves and room and 13 one be«goom. Heavy reco ‘' <1 * «ro onmpWe and 

are Interested in .elling your frid 2 es - pf‘“ d F oWer cllenlele with oil heating. Shows good return rJUjL,}? a. , r\T r fi Vin. 2 ??” , J?' MASTEREST BTISTNFSS 
aperiment block or revenue pnge W»lti"« UaL Never • varoncy. Tip- Large 7 per cent mortgage. Owner f^lS^airS, 0 - SL “UalNESS 

orty please phone me Immediately. *°P r ^"' ,lli ° n - An excellent hr me would consider MO.QDO down Pav- ” SIMON FLEI 1 T. 3*3471 

Sncere bdyera are waning to buy w, “> e _*.. , ome Vf • ment 10 rellabU party. Statement - 

Brw| I fjn not have the tvtti or fllv rt*dy lo retire coropleieiy. available. . 

nt revenue for ttiem/^Kione me Mlnimiim work And upkeep. If you Price _ SM 5 00 Q SHIPWRIGHTS 

immediately please H. Bltterman. *^1 v.f n ° v * 'l *" Price _ *343,008 - __ __ 


2nd MORTGAGE LOANS 


home *. 1 ' 

It to be mufuaily satisfying _ {^de rt ^XfwlX ^ I*. 

144 REVENUE PROPERTY K9.730.oa Eaw finandng on any 
balance at 714 per cent. !or 

-- further Informal Ion call Weitern 

Hornei Ltd. 382-2157 or Roy S. 
Smith 383-6070, S. W. Evans 479- 
7217. 


Full Price - *345,000 ,rl,a 

__ A rttence to own your own boat 

HAROLD WARE "dth **»rf»*e mccikm , m 

•roe .440 iqs, i.cl 'klromely aaay lermi. First c4a*> 

.RKPUkB JfW-14bl covered marine way. hauls ig> to U 


_ 9 ARDtrat AGBNCJta LTD. ft vessels. Two good laige work- HIGHTnN,“CHUCK ANDREW'S 

*°p« ■*" routomerrt. Fore- OR TEKRY MLANN, 885-77H 

WATERFRONT tSZ Ste*LS£* £& ^2S£ F ' "* NLEY 

SEOPSR, SSS- -2T2I -- - 

JAMES BAY reasonable often from genuinely CLOSE-IN 

Interested purchaser. Asking 

^■ E t«S. Lr<X 2 ,T ^!S. £i' rrES Stert- FOf Wn ™" on First data stucco conversion. T 

* "■ -“-rn*- sisssf^'^^AssLrstSi 

Cv._ *V 3 ' rY PLUS SOUND Gann, mn ^ Full nrlce X33.S00 Ju.l n ft 


IMMEDUTE OCCUPANCY 3 Don;ATV ™ Iwnc 

bedroom modem bungalow. Lam FROM PRIVATE FUNDS 
downe area *175 per month. 477 WITHOUT BONUS 

ISIS after-* pm .. ... 


BUY THIS NOW 
It's a nice place to live and 


WATERFRONT 
REVENUE 
JAMES BAY 


NOW NETTING *700 PHt 
MONTH WITH UNLIMITED 
CS 8 SH BU5BN8SS, LOW OVER 
HEAD JMD HOURS PIK 
MONTH IQBAL ONE MAN 
OPERA'nDN FULL PRICE 
WSrtl BANK FINANCING 
AVAILABLE. FOR FURTHER 
INFORMATION PHONE BEV 
HIGHTnN. CHUCK ANDREWS 
OR TEKRY MANN. 885-77® 
ainythce. n. f, hanley 
AG RN ones LTD 


SATURDAY, 1:30 to 4:30 * 

Ten-year-old 4-bedroom ao- r 

basement bungalow with huge 
master B.R., lota of wall-to-wsll 
aarpec, and ultra mod. kkcheo, 
with big dining area. Carport, 
patio, small barn, greenhouse A palnl 
and half an acre rt good land, wll ne 
Cloae to the bus, school and down pa 
shopping. Only * 21.000 for quick IAN A 
sale, cash or terms ALK anytime. 
PORCHER in attendance, 386- 
2953 or 384-5833 


OPEN HOUSE 
6364 RUDOLPH ST. 
SAT. 2:00 - 5:00 P.M. 

New 1 befroom Randier de¬ 
signed tn take advantage at the 
heeutlfUl view. In-tine LR end 
DR with feature walla and K 
alyle Swedish floor-to-ceUing 
fireplace. Good steed kitchen 
with separate eating area 1 H 
baths up and R.I. phenhlng in 
the basement. Out Pat »y 
Highway, left on Tanner Rd. to 
Rudolph. 

Asking *37.730 with eery liberal 
terms. 

GERRY PORTER 
am-THE or rea. WB-T44I 


CUTE WARTIME 
HOUSE 
$10,700 

A paintbrush, rake and rtmval 
wll make II ^tarkle. Try your 
down payment. 

IAN A. BOORMAN. M8-7SZ1 


downe area *175 per month. 477 WITHOUT BONUS « n a nice pi mvc io nvc unu 

8815 alter-* p^nr _ Ut a fully oiscluaed and reasonable four rents to collect. This 5- 

3 BEDROOM AND DEN MIDDLE Interest row chargeable only from suiter Oil Fort Street, in 
aged couple preferred Cook and tha date of loan to U» day of ,, . " L . 

Fort area- 391-7474 payoff. May M paid off any time walking distance to town, 


GUEST HOUSE 
ROCKLAND AREA 

FOR 

HUSBAND A WIFE TEAM 


Le B S°^^ors I W V rtec N iP^No ’^‘"TsUALLY OBTAIN A SK« C *f ^ » 

1 HIGHER PRICK fof Your second SUltes-Steady tel 

*>cta. H 6 & 3»-rgi. _ murtgige or sgreatneftt VICTORIA ; n „ jog Q00—Good 

VACANT. UNIVERSITY AREA. *hd UP-ISLAND Your document 
prates Warn I home with privacy end “n be appraised lor tmmedlste KEN ROBINSON 

ieduslon. *225.. 477 *387. f* 1 * „ ,or c, “ wlthoul ohligstluc or TR?i-947) 

----——-- I will arrsi to a loan against this .UKJ-A 9 41 

1 -BEDROOM HOUSE NEAR UNI document to says you money U Johnston A Co. 


REVENUE FROM THE FIVE ttuistl ANYtlMir 
BRIGHT, SELF4X>N- S l 2!g? J R TX3S 4 v I N 


4C R. SCATTER Revenue *400 per mo. Expenses Don 
per mo. Full price *32.500. Jusl off 


8 spaciou, Wld gracious rosld«i«. “ J l f Pr #S“ 1 f 0 2; “AGAR A SWAYNE LTD. 

grosses $404 per month. Nice licenced for 15 gueali (room end I ^r I T?, s 'i. IS ■— -— 


varsity. 8180 monthly. 477-5051. 

134 HOUSES WANTED TO 
RENT 


WE'VE GOTTA HAVE A HOME: ! 
If you have a nice house on • 
quiet street — 1 or 3 bedrooms, 
mayba even a fireplace end dlninc 
area, end will consider renting with 
option to purchase to hard worklne 


this plan j beat for yc 

circumstances. 

COUNTRY. UP-ISLAND 
AND GULF ISLAND 
MORTGAGES 

REFINANCING A SPECIALTY 

VACANT LAND AND 
LAND DEVELOPERS' 
LOANS ANYWHERE 

Pis sat call Mr. Thomas at 


(« nnn K Aclr_ boardl. Fully furnished and well gjj nro ' T n 
tenants. ASK equipped. Excellent condition, 
od terms. rental and Income record. STOA- 

TEGIC APAR TMENT-ZONEDl H 


B^OMABLC at Ihe full price of 
14.000. To view please call CLIFF 


at 38R-C270 or 3M-7W. 
Whittoma A Co. Ltd. 


CORNER LOCATION. Owner may 

IS^yXr* haU “ “ ^ FOUR SUITES 

PRICE: *32.308 (TERMS) 

$29,900 

- ED i UP ^ _ R S f* 4 * 2 * Good solid building In developing 
Swtnerton, Stewart Clerk. Ud. ares. Each suite Jus large living 


PRICE: *32.308 (TERMS) 


awinerton, Stewart Clark. Ltd. 


SALTSPRING ISLAND 
OLDER HOTEL 
10.75 SEAVIEW ACRES 
475' WATERFRONT SECURE YOUR FUTURE 
5 CABINS Distributor required lor proven and 

2-BEDROOM HOUSE 

FULL PRICE $120,000 S25&.' ^ moGo'te^MO.So' 

- CfL. investment of 

DICK JAMES 385-2481 JEg 

... _ . s personal Interview. Include brief 


Fort St Fully rented, easy to oper¬ 
ate. For lull Into. 

A. KI^ENMAN. 382^1693 

479-18*7 (Office) 185-0022 134-hTi.) 
Royal Oak Properties Lid. 


INVEST IN YOUR 
FUTURE 


room, large bedroom and large 
kitrtien. separate a»s ranees Auto 

INVESTMENT MINDED smplTrtorw h iSd tel^ry" 1 faclth 


FOR ONLY *40,000 DP. (CK? f *° l®* ** 


has 48x162 ft. lot. Gross revenue SwintertOH, Stewart Clark, employment resume' and phone 


EVUrTY IN YOUR HOME) YOU irwertmanl holding property - JO “Y “ *a-»o w«h 
CAN INSURE YOUR FINANTtAl.l rooms, 2 bate room a full basement: uALZIEL 


excellent »’*>■ *>*•»■ rented. Today's bast 
ly — to buy at *29,900 with good terms. 


young couple rtaase call 478-5505 nflllTI a c uawig’C t TTi FUTURE THIS 18 PLUS OWNERS new heavy wiring throughout; new 
Private B IXJUULAS HAWKKS DID. SU1TE APARTMENT CAN HE automata; oil hot water heating; «•«*£. 

C7a Fort SL *84-7128; res I79-B8J YOURS ON EASY TERMS copper plumbing. Close to schools 


or BLOCK BROS- REALTY 


LOOKING FOR A 
BUSINESS? 


URGENT. A MAN EARLY 40K WITH - 

university student daughter re¬ 
quires 1 or 2 -bedr. bungalow. 
Preferably North of Yates bskween 
Douglas and Quadra SL Willing In 
*!gn on option to purchase nr 
otherwise. Mr. Toly, fa Yatel or 
Ph. *85-9462. Apt 43 
EXECUTIVE FAMILY WITH ONE 
rhlld desire* to rent l-bedroom 
unfurnished home with finiriied 
basement Excellent care gusrsn 
teed Phone 477-8040 before 9 a m 
or after 1 p m. 

YOUNG FAMILY WANTS HOME 
on fenced ■ acreage, suitable lur 

K sture, preferably with stable. Can — 
qkler home, needing repairs 

Viclorto Press, Box 668 _ 

» YOU CANNOT SELL YOUR 
horn «»e have rellabls clients wall 
Inf to rent. Phone Mr. Kean. Bcor 
man Investment Co. Lid., 388-9212 

WANTED TO RENT: URGENT BY 
December 1 st, J-bedroom house 
Ph 384-1444. Can pay *130. _ 

WANTED: 2 OR 1-BEDROOM 

duplex or home. Must acceiX 
children. Victoria Press. Box 130 
* OR S-BEDROOM UNFURNISHED 
house In Langford area. December — 
1st 384-8211_ 

A HALL HOUSE OR PART OF 
house for December L 385-8210 


OPEN HOUSE 
SATURDAY 1:30-4 
372 VINCENT (GORGE) 

Three bedrooms and Just 7 
years old. L-shaped living room- 
dining room with new raised 
hearth fireplace Large modern 
electnc cabinet kitchen- At¬ 
tached carport Full price 
*1*950. Try your down pay¬ 
ment For further Information 
pi mac call GEORGE WALL,386 
2955 


NEW LISTING 
GORDON HEAD 

IV PER CENT FINANCING 

You JuM cannot match this 
deal anywhere. Abaoiutely IM¬ 
MACULATE 3 bedroom -4 
room home, 1)6 years old. Nice 
lot. L-shaped living and dining 
room. Railed hearth fireplace. 
HUGE SUNDHCK GAB. BLEC 
KITCHEN WITH BUILT-IN 
OVEN AND RANGE. and 
eating area. MATCHING 
FRIDGE and LIVING AND 
DINING ROOM DRAPES IN¬ 
CLUDED In the low. low, 
asking price of *23.90(1. Ptense 
caU LOU BLOOMFIELD, ms- 
2955 or 382-R538 for appointment 
to view this EXCLlRaVE list 
lng. 


INSTANT MONEY 

to 

LEND on 1 st or 2 nda 
LOWEST rotes 
Easy payments 
WILL BUY 1 st or 2 nds 
Mortgsgs or agreement 

RON DOUGLAS 

*36-8401 ‘ 

J. D. Smit h Ltd. 

MORTGAGE FUNDS 
REQUIRED 


suiTh APARTMENT can he ■..._____ r.RIVFPV CTnritT >vm HUSlNESS 7 2955 or S82-R538 mr appointment 

YOURS ON EASY TERMS “W» r plumbing. Close to achooli tsKOCKRY VTORE AND to view this EXCLUSIVE list 

L OCAT ED IN A TOP RENTAL “*i *£PIMM “ » « to "« * ,h ™* Id SUITFS LIVING QUARTERS Thera are ._ lng. 

DISTRICT AND ONLY FOUR from the orean. Owner's anxious 19 SUIii-S ur.mu qunjunno Thera are several ranging *-=- 

YEARS ODD. THIS E TODAY'S tar a oulrk aaJe and will ccxialder _ Stenahan InOaUcn. exceltert new to Rcrtauraid - _ 

BEST INVESTMENT. PHONE C reasonable rffers. Asking 118^00 OTY tODAHON — OLDER CON budding. 1400 Wore area, 3 Br, 2 B **?iL« P Ki?5.J 0 ■ A Hi P Bod y j hop 
ANDREWS OR a H 1 GHTON with good terms. Mrs. StspeUs 388- VENTIONAL APARTMENT bathrooms, kvirg and dlnirar room f *' ricH to Grocery Store 

ara-7761 4271 or 477-4880, J. H. Whlttome * BIRI^NG « EXCELLENT CON- In living quarter Ha. la toe only «• THE BEST CHRISTMAS . . . 

D F. Hanley Agencies Ltd. Co. Lid. DITKJN. ASKING ONLY *89,500 store in a faat-groweng area, and ^*1? *t re^ jKnsndlet mo help 

---——- SBUsVjbIVL^ 

•'NO VACANCY" BEACON HILL REVENUE MONrk shows gomj nct sSrreRGoffi*H Wr a s-.yne -- .* SStSS 

NEAR JUBILEE EXCELLENT RETURN rlsu? m-hs or m-omtor l m , «nm. _ _ BEAUTY SALON-16,500 

teiwv r MORE PiBTinii.anc Uivritn the windows. A dining room for ail 


*'NO VACANCY" BEACON HILL REVENUE! 
NEAR JUBILEE EXCELLENT RETURN 

2 -xtorey, in exrelient repair. Large 

lot 70x200 fronts on two streets. ONI.Y S23 950 

Licensed aludlo. Garage Owner's UINLl * ' 

suite. 5 Furn. housekeeping, I.. __ 

Unfurl). Net Revenue approximslely Located ekies to Beaccn Hill Park. 
*1,850. Expenses annual about *840. 'Ws well-cared for property ha. lull 
Sound cmalnar.tiori, well mam h^aement with OH-5-Matic furnace 
lalned, exeeoUi-naloy dean. R shawl a rood return ahd no 

Full Price *29.300 vacancy record. Further Informa- 


rut-u r kick. TERMS AND has tremendous potential. Equip- “S’™™ . 

TRADra TO AN EXISTING *30.000 mert. building. land. tealnesh SJHL, - . 7°“^ 1 

MORTGAGE. 8 PER CENT. *300 tnctuded tn pnre •< *M 0 rn Ron bEAMLSH — Johnston A Co 
PER MONTH. SHOWS GOOD NET SCATTERGOOO. Hagar A Swayne 


IMMEDIATE 
POSSESSION 
TWO BEDROOMS 
$13,500 

Cloaa in location Mar to 
elementary school, rtiope and 
bus. In-Una living and dining 
room, large etectric kitchen 
I at ova Included]. FuD base¬ 
ment We can offer thl* 
property wkh aa low aa 11,001 
down and *U 0 per month. 
ROBERT J. MlKITllA 

18*-7tm anytime 


COSY and CHARMING 
NO-STEP BUNGALOW 
IN GOOD AREA 

20 years old. BUT everything 
hew, electric healing, roof, kit¬ 
chen cabinets aad flooring. 19111 
detightfig 2 -bedroom home la in 
IMMACULATE amttUoa wad will 
appeal to ell who want a email 
home close to Mapping c a jii ea 
and bua Tha part hesieuert 
could even be a wo rks i K g) for tha 
man at the hauee. 

Ask)nr EM.900 

Phone MRS. JEAN 05088. M- 
7 SB! anytime. 

FAIRFIELD 
NEAR SEA 

4 BEDROOMS *2,500 DOWN 
See this Di-storey bungalow to 
annd area. 18x14 living room 
with F.P., 10x8 entrance hall, 
family kilrhen modernized, roll 
basement plumbed for washar- 
dryer, drlve-ln garage. Easy- 
care lot with fruit trees. 

Excng-Sn5r °termsi 

Call Mrs W. KNOX 
18*7921 or 188-5235 


"ARMY" ARMSTRONG 
382-2101, RES. 479-2855 
HARRY FOSTER LTD."' 


137 HALLS, WAMMOUS1S APPROXIMATELY aaioo _uianaracHg Kro..,_u 1 _ and glgheme. a BiUerman at 3«y K*Tpfi'r'«a’ , jE ^ 3 BEDROOMS g““ 

• STOtES. OPPICtS TO t«NT PAY fa? Cash 6 SUITES SrtkwWySS* b^v .nd you Ud - MADIMA - ONLY B.m SSSf^PTOnSS 6 Vi PER CENT MORTGAGE 

OB WAMTID MR of must Investigate thl* now! ucugiae Really Ltd. _ MARINA INFORMATION PLEASE CALL kltrtwi 

___ NEWSTEAD REALTY LTD. *39MI — NEW LISTING - WHA. MAINTAINED REST OR Und 2X1 acre*. Foreshore 90S A f iXXS ,E Hituatad in Eaquimalt, among 

1 S82-8U7 Impeccable rond’t. In Cook- _____gue* hotne. shows good profils, acre*, with over 400 ft of wharfage CLARKE A WALLACE REALTY. newer homes on a quiet cuUte-sac 

I A R G K WAREHOUSE AND/or Fairfield area, an abaoiutei.v LET THE OTHER FELLOW »pteteard W 8 G*» make owner an of log construction Wide launching tor a. L E COFFER ' SHOP wrrw «i» very well maintained 8 yr. old 

Mov - 1 co ™ „ e „ VAM ffltsss pay the rents m to *» m — ,,Mn Ph “* * ^ ex 

' amutam cash for you AJK^«-»»,500 ' Ms .inm.a ~ - ETJTSSf . r “l 5SSS' 

° . v : 7 . 7 Tbl r. ““ bSLf""™ *S ’°°*““ ™ 8T “ Em ■ orrosTUNiTiES tSSKt ■jS’sLSSJfi, Si )« susiniss oreORTUNi- ES*S„!S .TSS' 

Sw’anlM sSTt - g otm-s -- 

TV aalas and service or Real - w* will buy your agreement or , TRIPLFX *°° d ,h ° w * SALE OR LEASE SAI^, B 0 , 00 ft AN EXCLU-as 

^‘ b “- ***zLr&sr* and^wi mrs.jack^^'waujron ssesv? '&p m .ft M0TELS AND HOTELS 

-- " U " • JST shape. SSg Pfiup.' Homefindera IS Lro ttmA K£ BUSINESSES WANTED EASY DOWN PAYMENT 

good clientele *130 « month Leaee Mcvn CASH’ a " d . ^ 500 ^ d * 3,a ^ hon * every hcene: one that ean be , Two-bedroom bungalow, alto bright },„!!_ 

on agreeable terms. Pteaaa caU S» Nr, ED CASH. y our ofter^ll 388^01 LOOKING FOR INCOME* 2°-, y»nalKi Rom your own home '' coostderlng aelllng you! „ w lng room. Lix*e living room 

■04ft after 8 pm. _ Fi m „ d MMOd Mtotgage money laSTSriflc TOK 1NCU ME ■ Baelloo Square Propartlee Travel to supervise a* your con- business Inqmra about tha advaiv w | lh oteture window, view of Inlet JX5 

5F«5PS»i.S5 ZSSZ*"?* - -- - jeiSS. ^ commercial property SEES JSSl, te WAnSL y ^. W W S 8 & & 

rwar 3 ^-„ 9 suites tjs sst sslss^jl ^ = ^ pr ^ Bo * w _ sLrEa m-vsts , swra B Jt? , Si 


REQUIRED Inqulrle* invited non ano to view, pie.aa pno«: 

_ , , BRUCE PAKENHAM ..*o MV " ARvKTRQNr 

M.OOO for tlrrt mortg»ae on 2 siu. 8 i»» rw Rea sri-tuii ARMY ARMSTRONG 

SSSS earn SSte £ ££ 382-2101. RES. 479-2855 

vldcm. Approx value tao.aun. nALT RAV HARRY FOSTER LTD- ' 

Would cansfder teparate mort era - 

PM Of kU.000 aad *28,000 13 UNIT APT. 23 SUITES 

Funds for smaller mortgages KI a Glv * a grand Cbrietmae 

also required. GERRY _ niAA-rt preserf, tn buying this "eolld 

PORTER. 386-739 or *86-7446 Here I* an excellent return on- your earner ' 1 apartment block, which In 
BOORMAN INVESTMENT CO. investment. Thu building I* well Its 314 year history has proves "no 
LTD. situated It Is In food toape and Is vacancy ' 1 problem ever. OUT- 

— -------—— easily malnteftned. The rents are STANDING and becoming inoreaa- 

competitive and vacancies are nil. Ingly more rare, this block has ■ 
"AGREEMENT Th * Mkln * P ric * l * *25.000 with large 7 PER CENT MORTGAGE 

-r™“, terms Otters welcome Call 388-8231 well located, this block has a 

FOR SAUL anytime._ genuine reason for being available 

PETER W. BARDON lor your purchase. Act now on this, 

APPROXIMATELY *R700 Island Pacific Really Ltd. and phone me. H. Bltterman at 385- 


BEACON HILL REVENUE S SS& I^S SCATrERlIo^oT* H 4 »r * Swayne---- K^ro^sJr a* SSlSU FERNWOOD AREA 

EXCELLENT RETURN f?eu? ssa-aw or^-rsS^tor L “' _ _ BEAUTY SALON—$6,500 J, ' W J^ n fn T 0 .7 l , Q V ICK POSSESSION 

morf PiRTinu idf iiivTim the window A dining room fee all Large family home on corner Ini. 

v QKf. REALTYMAieAXJt rnnrt'nv Terrific location - rtf airaat Ule *®tofiy P 1 " ■" «t' r « I" ceotrally Inrated tor ail ar+oni 

ONLY $23,950 u-ir_t.ru_ a GROCERY DirkinS -7 the well planned kitchen. This home grades. Three berk-ooms and den. 

Living Quarters ItaUuS. 1 - * workln “ U located in the low tax area of j n. lhroofnl , to-ijne mmg and 

Located dost to Beaccei Hill Park OAK BAY * For (urther information on this Fsqulmall, aumamded by ■ohroli dining room Separate dtxiWa 

i , r.ST h ^ , ' 8 SS~ ? £ 13SUITES vfs 1 isll s SrasESSE 

=3 JSS jszus~ ns safs u w SH-Si SxS 5sr“f" « 

£3n sr-ggeftra ffjwg SStiSTmOS 7 M1 -— over I ACRE new, new, new. 

HARRY TOBTER LTD-'' Sff. I n ofc* ,^e If Gf ° r8 * * MIV * n LUS _ _ .. ®?®* KFAST ^ ^ * , kl . $21,700 - $23,950 


garage. Dimtex poaalUbtiea 
ASKING *17.0nn 
aoma terms available 
ROBERT J. MIKtTKA 388-7531 
anytime. 


—__ y«air deal la right you cannot loae. 

a SHINS _ Georgo Randall Ltd 3H4-81D8 

• grand Ouistmas Ur Pakenham, 14 -hr Sarvloa 

tn buying this "aoUd -——--— - 


Dr nrv . Give yourself a grand Christmas Mr Pakenham,' J4-hr Sarvic* W, H ** in * ycur own deBgned home, open plan. 5| BaanSrfu Colwood"' To vtew anyo* 

BLOCK • pmerf. In buying this "aoUd - nr twrvica OFFICE BUILDING bo**’ Preparing your favourite bedrooms on main Boor, 4 th and »| theae One hosnaa emM. IMBUCAR 

reeHent return on your earner'' apartment block, which in ___ dishes, for U>* many clientele pee. bath in high bsseme gt prrt 

rhU building la well Ita 3M. year history has proves "no 4 SUITFS 14 PER CENT “>*■ ..S* 11 * •« ul K* d • nd , dou 5i* .£! rsor i»J 

S3SS» Bt.fi- inroese" ^ f NET RETURN ^SVSS' ISTg. tt SW"'”' 

issi7°w« WjggrZ&i ffjsSjfi&S.^ tss ttLrarJffl % — «-■ - 

welcome Call 388-8231 well located, this block has a ft - class tenaata LocatTO in- 

O u, D.Drax genuine reason for being available ""r'J** Kro u ^ fi*'f^ V«cy anlIt rtulne,! section. Only EXCELLENT RESTAURANT AND HIGH VTFW T/1CATTON 

R S Af ^ D °^ . "or your purchaae. Act now on thlA J ?? 5 'STL,™" *»0nD. G Devlin *89-5471 ComaO b'EAFOOD BUSINESS WITH * HIGH VIEW LAJLAIlUiX 

aclfic Really Ltd. ,„d phone me, H Bltterman jt 385- *5**"CS? Realty 514 Fort 02 000 TURNOVER. ALL EQUIP 3 BEDROOMS 

TTvirrr^-- SJiu.W* » J" JJ ta * SSfWST ---— »W «!." t^ PE ' g*g. MOriYSAG 


V _ OVER 1 ACRE new, NEW, NEW I 

BREAKFAST * $21,700 — $23,950 

LUNCH AND DINNER Over one acre of aectuslon, kds of 8 -badroom, MB osaneg* baea«r.L.a 

rtixu uiruNnK lr ^ 1,200 , Q . ft. of architect home. UrfvensRy aren C^Sl 

You will enjoy being your own designed home. open plan. 3 Saanfato. Cokwo o d. To vtew any 


bath In high hasemeot Drive- 
iraga and double carport All 
far only *24,160. FRED 


CASH FOR YOU 


Really Ltd. and phone me, H. Bltterman at 385 ET "" r, *age. Awong pnro U1 Fort *22.000 TURNOVER ALL EQUIP 3 BEDROOMS pleasant home. I 

-- 8794, Dougtes Realty Ltd Thl. Is sL S 0 ?_S5, < i“ H Jlfr ___ MENT IN At SHAPE, ASKING proaentowner H 

JITES certainly a genuine buy and y«) ” DoStoai Realty Ltd ONLY *23.000. FOR FURTHER 6Vs PER CENT MORTGAGE ft living racer 

must Investigate thl* now! ucsigiae Realty Lid. _ MARINA INFORMATICS PLEASE CALL kitchen with 

EW LISTING ---»«u, MAINTAINED REST OR Und JXI acre*. Foreshore 90S oVIHS'* Situated in Eaquimalt, among room. 

ond't. In Cook- _ _ _ __borne, shows good profils. acre*, with over 400 ft. of wharfage CLARKE A WALLACE REALTY. newer homes on a quiet cul-de-aac ro ? ' T !!^ 

. an abaoiutei.v LET THE OTHER FELLOW apP'a^.^.KHOO make owner an of log construction Wide launching roi> sale roFFlft: ‘ SHOP wrrw »i* vary well maintained 8 yr. old 
m'.e^e^ PAY THE RENT! 9 am to 9 pm - g of f AW ^ « 53T SUfTSSSli W ™ EXCELLE> 

.boo^n. 388. ,28,500 • m limNIM 5S,ff3Ljgjff»*S - -arjarss- sass? 


*39.900 - NEW LISTING 
Impeccable rond’t. In Cook- 
Kairfield area, an abaoluleiv 
trouble-free Inveslmenl For full 
information and a 1 a t e m e n I 
phone IAN A. BOORMAN, 388- 
7521 or re*. 388-3084 
BOORMAN INVESTMENT CO. 

LTD 


FAIRFIELD 

TRIPLEX 


2 -hedroom slde-by-stde duplex. ( 
veara old, and well maintained 
“Close In. bus at door, and near 
good shopping. 

MRS PAT BARBER 
MRS JACKIE WALDRON 
38^-4401 

Shirley Phllpa' Homefindera 


OPPORTUNITIES 


SALE OR LEASE 


Sw‘.ihniiuf l “?vfI 2 IP Wt ?> wl1 " m * n » h*s family room or 4th bedroom 

William or Dave NelnnSmlth, ggd 144 IUSINESS OPPORTUNI- 
6231. Island Prtrific Realty Ltit T|fS WiUTID 


HDBGI, 8D8-7TO or 382-104A 

* # 

T J E K kHll J. 

—HOT WATER HEAT— 
An attractive and une x pec te d 
high vtew of undeveloped land 
and a lake view go with thie 
pleasant home. Wen hunt by tha 
praaenl owner It conaiata of a 20 - 
ft living rar*n. dining room, 
kitchen with adjoining utility 
room, bathroom and two bed¬ 
rooms. Base maul with finished 
recreadce) room. Hot water heat¬ 
ing. Easy to keep, landscaped Ini. 

EXCELLENT AT $22,000 
ERIC GRAHAM 

■8ft-7fiH anytime. 


FOR SALE, *10,DOB AN EXCLU 
alve agenry far BC w|h little or 


MOTELS AND HOTELS 
BUSINESSES WANTED 


FASV DOWN PAYMENT Ju,< bated! You can have 

LAJW IN r-)\ I roc.iv * IMMEDIATE POSSESSION rf 

. . thla 9-yr. -old. I-bedrcxm lueun' 

Two-bedroom bungalow, alto bright 6un—taw with 2080 aq ft of 


WATERFRONT 
MAGNIFICENT VIEWS 
$45,000 

Juat Uatedl You can beta 


comer V.ew and Vaarouver. Small ■«-«» rate, arc 9 SUITES ML Jm oSS? “TUvSue ‘S™. “ft. 7, ^_ mote,." E&f, aoTt^m, ^e ‘SSJTSSb ‘S^n. 

SL .St!? 01 4ViUAb,a November 1 3157 wetlern Home* LldL ffl7‘ Fort ^■•rfleld-^xcHlent comer locitiori looking for about |1«,Q0C down but nrei 8 *JiiK t ^IdJ l | t FIRST rw.A <w MOTEL axrHkMIv r * n ** t - For profpMk»nai aervice ai p r R 111.Son. Cell JOHN’ TIS 

_ SL ™ Never a vacancy. OmversloA Self, will ronakier house as part c< down 0300(1 W|U > roJated toM DeerAlbST ^^2,2 bo extra coat writ* or phone B L. DALLE, 396-2958. 

ONE FRONT OFFICE FOR RENT ___ “LeiT'S " MARY JAMES of Newatead Itealty » Wto a 22- *«'■«^ Ney ,' T "* h 


hlfla «« with kilrhen BUIUXNG WITH RJSIN^CEMHNT »>• Price, ^ DAVE NELSON-SMITH 

« *5 ^ <* .W-r-StSLi MeWr^fyuZ^^ 38M231 OR 38645233 


tacllltlea ftooot 383-6525 and aS of *S8.(O0 owner require. w m isuj. 

Mil anytime. BM-56Q or S82-1M Arit mort£a#« lor period ol MB-aaft. Mayfair Realty Lid. _ 

fler * 00 p.m- * >7* r » B ^b'd 4n « presently leaned 2 3 BEDROOM DUPLEXES 

-PRIMF- U f n”?': RIHECT FROM BUILDER 

ftror araa Tv-ulw. ' “ P* r On Feltham shout 1 block up from 

floor yaa avaUaUa downtown, cenl Intereil per annum Phnm aiicibaurne LSI 40(1 arwl Ml 
About T» >qu» feet CaU bahwean owntr Mace ftcanea and Inveat Look *5?’ oS ilM Can i 

ft and I. AtiZ or after six 479 - merte Ud Wtar ft pm- 3« UEP anytime 1 n?t u d lTg wSikendT 


388-6231 OR 386-6233 

Island Pacific Really Lid. 


PUT YOUR SAVINGS keg rtaUiM -'good equiomart LTD, BUM 48th Street Red Deer xSartmenfa™ win towT“eariuaK? . 

INTO REAL ESTATE _ *•* A hwt * Telephone KM 8 H _confidential service to all replies Stucco bungalow with large living 

reoBooa aelMne •3-*» and up-— u *.,- rx..h w .wh .rro.« mom Umtiv-aiM kilPtiM uid twn 


MARY JAMES rt Newatead Realty* ^ W,n * L N 'n C ^,„rah 

. **.8U7 . 383-1213 8% tS-^£“ 

------—— toto*tunay for expantion. For —- - - 

toeee and other bu line earn anil 

BUTCHERS properties please write or contort BUSINESSES WANTED 

toe talkwtog: Dave Ctoasel or Jim 

"SL ****. - H.V. buy.ra far Motels, Hoteto 


buneaww with aril aq ft. or 
living area lorated within 2)4 
mile* of Ifie city. Expertly 

e limed tor maximum leisure 
ura and firat time an tha 
mariart MMNM EXTRAS tad 
preaa deadline rules out detaBa la 
Otis advt. i For full lnformetion 
and weekend viewing pleaia 
'phone MRS. W. KNOX. 388-7BU 
or 888-&EB3 


LANGFORD 
TRY $2,500 DOWN 
$13,900 FULL PRICE 


CENTRALLY LOCATED OrFIC* MORTGAGE LOANS *"U nnui Ktoito Start here - Thl* rood downtown ^ nuiu'i Please call H L Knetem or good .toed bedrooms. Heavy winng ; 

t * rl ttna y ?l h , n “ *”'*• “>-“1 A>, curr «* bi to real REVENUE coroS lo^Srv.^ nmnnawrw iriurt E™* 1 *' 008 , J?* - * Vear ,v **- melt Rerf li new. double J*ra». 1 year old. 1 -brdioom family home la 

°eto ?Sj^r*lM).3*.9.98 UM Bt.nh.rd ■* »**m dl.tonre te *hopptng t-ytog «| Co-»«l ua for .haring M. 2^^“ ^ uMfi 1 Kffin°COkP. ZTi Zft «« .rtt' 

BTORE ~ roR RENT. APPROX W»TCAG« MONEY TO , LOAN JgW^'SS JA^K^ROWN M W-MH. Jchraton A Co- l^V^WeteDCkte^ “'*• SST JxIra^IW gffi "It ™ ~ JT^TJT . h *“; 

Ho lmw SS?— to,^sag-Lt'SM* COLWOODRETIREMENT w T ;ijsa 

.. revenue feK\&Sfe£:*a rtTimr£* « ga£s#r vrSst &“|-s “S - 

Phcew gftAIUA _ MONEY TO LOAN ON HURT- vyhk *. wiu akPoal make your Vanrouvar, BC Population of town v!ctorte*1teeaa Pr ^* 80,1 Buynow and chonaa yourcoiora *“**_ COBY_ 4-ROOM HOUSE 

WHITE EAGLE FOR WEDDINGS *»!*■. quick dectotona. aim agree Large older home with 7 suite, mrathlv partner* A large corner and aurwndlnc area 22,000..Juat 2-——L_-—-—- ■ Pnasetalao 30 days Full price "Ow Ray A"d Fernwood. Lovely 

dance, cateri ng «r inSil meat! and mortgagea purchased br Excellent high locatioh wilh very M and carport. Oron and vacanl parlor*, building new in 19ftt hull WANTED OUTBOARD MECHANIC INVESTMENT OR PARTNERSHIP *21,500 rn.drtn JUJefcan with tele of nip- 

- --—- COJh. 8 e« u. tor top price. large lot, toned R 2 . Jo* Rickard Take, gram only *2*8. A rnai huy price BK. 0 HI with term. Write wwh' capital or alem partner for wanted. Stn.imo to t IS DOC any board. Oil furnace. Juat right tor 

LARGE OH SMALL HALL FOR A BERNARD ft CO. LTD. 385-8771 anytime. Brown Bra* *• «9 Mi will conilper your down Brcro Agencies Ltd . 4721 Marine fas: erwlng buatoeiL Wtoria dl.irtrt Reply to Victor» Prete. REX W HUGHES, 478-5211 rhtlred or young coupl* M4-K2T 
Mat Elk* Ouh 384-44U. CB Fort Stree* *84 *333 AgencleA payment or trade. Cafl <naim Ave , Poweu River, RC Pre*. Bca 1 A. Box 1B7. GRANT ft JENKINS, 478-172* anytlma. ft Hargrave Realtor. 


Chart*. Morris 384-4224 of REESON 
AND PINCH HOMES 


0te^ OD ^ K ^Lnro. 


KEVENUE 


wtr^n’T toe"^ H^d?^ - 1 ---— mo * m —" *Sd«rTSTe to 

we ■ ao H ■" you ■ yw do not Droenerou. Onk Rav araa fi Vaar 

h>Vf , ^"er boat*®, seal INSURANCE AGENTS EuTmdltolh Open S day* pir 

W * ht ' r t ft Tnd <1 ^« ,1 *win «rce r ^*'^ WI, 7 Pay rent and aaiarle.’ "eek. Closed evenings Grass tog 

lng wel Contort ua - tor sharing deal. S'™ *?'*>•«» , Per year. A .king 


buyer* tor good acreage, room, famlly-alza kitchen and two 
rail H L Kneleto or good .toed bedrooms Heavy wiring. 
Nev. 754-2311 davi. copper plumbing and Z-year-old 


Hava cash buyers tor good act 
Please call B. L Kneleto 
F. J. Ney. 754-2311 days 
733-5366 eves 


FOR ALL YOUR INSURANCE 
NISDft 

THINK ' BOORMAN'S” 

11U Government BL BMW 


copper plumbing and 2 -year-o 
aikomatic furnace In part tsaie BY OWNER 

meit. Roof 1 . new, double gsrage. i year old. 1-bedroam family home k* 
Large lot Pleaaa call GEORGE Gordcn Head. 1)4 baths large living 
WALL * 8 * 2955 room with fireplace, separate dining 

room,'nice kltchtt with eating area. 

" 4th bedroom or rec. room In haae- 

COLWOOD RETIREMENT V maSth' 

P I.T Asking *25.5fln Phtote «n-*»3* 
Spariou*. J-bedtm home nearing tor appointment to view. 


NANAIMO REALTY CO. LTD. 
Divlalnn id GREAT NATIONAL 


Large lot PI. 
WALL *86 2955 


COLWOOD RETIREMENT 


REX W HUGHES. 478-5211 
GRANT ft JENKINS, 478-172* 


hoard. OH furnace. Ju*J right tor 
rtvtlred or young couple 1 *4 HIT 
anytlma. ft Hargravn Realtor. 


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Batlfl fflolanUt. Victoria B.C., Saturday, November 9, 1968 | 

oj | uo hciusi i fan mau mm musts hr s*u 


150 HOUR* FOR SALi 


1150 HOUSES FOR SALE 1150 HOUSES FOR SALE 


ISO HOUSES FOR SALE 


OAK RAT! REALTY 
FUR OAK BAY HOMES 


BLOCK BROS. REALTY 
1800 Blanshard St. 
386-3231 


TOWN & COUNTRY 


SHIRLEY PHILPS’ 
HOMEFINDERS LTD. 

3085 Sheiboume 


PEMBERTON 


JOHN BISHOP 
ROYAL OAK PROPERTIES 
479-1667 (9-5) 

385-0022 (24 Hrs.) 


JOHN BISHOP 
ROYAL OAK PROPERTIES 
479-1667 (9-5) 

385-0022 (24 Hrs.) 


CALL 

KER ft STEPHENSON 
LIMITED 
385-3411 


OPEN HOUSE 
SATURDAY 2-4 P.M. 

3906 SOULTON JtD. 

Modem bungalow with 
SEAVICWvi 24<adrooms on 
the main floor plus 2 more 
and a large play m In 
Uie high crenjttetely flnwtoed 
has o teent — all wJ In a 
beautiful fenced garden 
wllh fruit trees, ahna>bery 
and ' grapevines. Tills prvp- 
erty ran be subdivided to 

B o vide 2 toll, eaote wHh an 
foot frotdtage and 104 
feel depth. The asking 
price for the wtxHe prop¬ 
erty la X3U.«oa or t33.m 
for the huuee am one loC 
The seeowl lot cannot be 
■old before Um house- Far 
further Informall<m or pr1<r 
appulotmerS to View plena*, 
rail Mrs. M 9CH0.L, R 

REYNOU26 or 7. W. 


388-44C3 


388-1401 


OPEN HOUSE—OAK BAY 
2300 BOWKER—$19,850 
Saturday 2:00-1:00 
Good 3- b ofl r ooia family home, 
prime location near schools and 
shops Separate dining room, 
ozy living room, roomy kitchen. 
Easy terma. Afl afters con 
aldered. 

RUTH LUKAITIS 
477-5596 

NETIIE STECIUK 
386-3614 

KOMEFTNDMtS. SB-44M. 


ROOM TO GROW] 

514,700 

This well bulk older family 
home la Ideapy suited for a 
growing family. 

—-I bed room* phu 
—1 bathroom, plumbed for 2nd 
—Full basement wined lor 
HU3 

-Cloae to everything 
No drive byi please 

MONA FLEMING 
388-4401, 386-1544 

EXCLUSIVELY WOMEN HEAL 
TORS 


OPEN HOUSE 
627 MANCHESTER 
SAT. 1-.30-5P.M. 


CAREY ROAD 
REDUCED FOR 
QUICK SALE 


'YOU'LL BE GLAD 
’ YOU DID" 


GORGE-BURN SIDE 
3 BEDROOMS 
$15,900 

(3,000 DOWN AND (121 PER MO. 

I P. I.T. 

Really eotld family brans does to 
i schocii, taorea, and transporta¬ 
tion. Large LR with fireplace, 
large DR and lovely catolnei 

electric kttchm wUh eating space. 
Three targe bedrooms and full 
In ■■—rat . New Wiring, copper 
cfumbtog and new automatic oil 
furnace. Call 388-3231. BEN 
GKK4G or M-ttH anytime. 


LIMITED 
3811 Douglas SL 


and maintained bums. There a 23 home with bring room, eahlne 
wiring, copper pipe, automatic oil electric kStriwn. 1 bedroom and 3 
heaL new stucco aud on a large arc bath down. 2 bedrooms up 
lot. There 1* revenue possibilities pull cemenl ljesameet. New OOf* 
here at aa askteg price of UH.WJ turnaee. non. 
with good financing on It Call 

O irpnsT MRS McKEAGE 479-5868 

<*>« fomm> <* an 


OPEN HOUSE 
OPEN HOUSE 


FLASH! 

LATEST LISTINGS 
ON DISPLAY WITHIN 
HOURS AT OFFICE 
ENTRANCE 
-PEEK IN AND SEE- 
FOR A HEAD START* 


LAKE HILL 


See this spotless 5-bedroom since* 
bungalow situated on a large to 
with a beautlTM -* 
net electric Ul 

■with fireplace. 


Seaview 

Saturday 1:30-4 p.nt. 
891 CLAREMONT 


Early 

Call 


OPEN HOUSE 
2162 LAFAYETTE ST. 

S. OAK BAY 
SAT. 2-4:30 

U** Of living space ta 
modern 4-bedroom home, 
living room, aep. dlnn* re 
huge idtehm, full baser* 
dose t>, sea. schools, park 
bus halting CM,son. 

ROSELLE JACKSON, 
384-6726 r 
MONA FLEMMING, 
386-1544. 3884401 
THE FIRM WITH A HRA3TT 


Large Living room 


OPEN HOUSE 
2-3 JO P.M. 
UNTIL SOLD 


RITCHIE, 3S5-TTO7 anytime. 


A HOME AND PROFIT 

Very modern duplex In pr! 
■oralloB. Beautiful oak floors 
bedroom 1 up, one side haa 
down. Large living room, dir 
room, bright kitchen, 
full high basement with driv 
garage. The price fhf.SOft 
further inform scion call MU 
fjAPPfjR. mmsi or at&aatu. 


HILL TOP 


Separate Dining room 
Large Kitchen 
Electric Heating 

SALE PRICE $33,900 

IN ATTENDANCE 
Mr. Fitzsimmons 
Mr. Vining 
385-3411 


Beaulirul panoramic view from this 
almost new 7-plus room house. Ex 

ecuuve or pratetelonsl man will 


NEW LISTING in prestige area' 
Beiulifui executive FAMILY 
home on quiet eul-de-sae. Very 

grucloua Ivtog aud dhning tens, 
luxuriously carprted said teOubt 
ful kitchen. The lovely rarteUd 
FAMILY ROOM U a DREAM! 4 

gwjd-xir..-d bedrooms and 2 prvtfy 
balbrornu. Could be ronftsrtahle 
IN-LAW SUITE Full price 
141.(25. Harry ta view with 

MARIE STODEL 
3884401 477-3935 
THE FIRM WITH A HEART. 


4319 WEST SAANICH (ACROSS 
FROM BEAVXR LAKE STORE i.| 
Come and view thla -ctemti'.fiKj 
character home, 3 bedrooms or 2 
and a den. Modern kitchen, 
fireplace, alt hot wuIre heat 


Wilton walking distance to 
Oak Bay high sctuxda and 
S Patrick s aud Wlllowa 
alauaantari this attoweUve 

family home Imi TTUP1E 
PLUMBING. Large living 
room wllh fireplace. family 
Ilze dining room aod 
kitchen. Humpua room wkh 

fireplace. Extra bedrorand 

downaltora. Separate,. ga¬ 
rage Lovely well-kept 

garden Attractive compel* 
home Fid prioe, 04.™ 
To view pleaae cell S. W. 
SPAVBN, 3®-7107 anytime. 


full batbroorai. n>shadow Bghtlni 
Many extras, built In fratum. Es¬ 
tablished Bnanclhg. Vendor requests 
personal attendance of clients with 
realtor £P (18,000 To inspect call 
BH1 Ludlow, 182-7WS. er Res 

saa-am. 


MARKYTA MARES 

«T (Office) 38MB22 ( 34 Hrs ) 


IT'S NOT HEAVEN BUT 

Let ma ahow you ttrte Medro 


Trust Company 

1125 Douglas St. 

“SERVICING COAST TO COAST" 


the city limits on a quiet atr»»i 
of crcnpurabte hones. Living 
room Wj.n Creplace, dining room, 
ihive-ln garage, tricely manlrsiml 
tot OH MASU NAPPES, SMB 131 
or 


OPEN HOUSE 
1281 FAIRLANE TERRACE 
1:30 to 4:30 p.m. 
Saturday, Nov. 9, 1968 


Belter than new. spacioui, quality 

hull! home of t or * bedroom*. OPEN HOUSE 

Wall-Sreall ruga owe top grade 

Oak. cuatom quality drapes, brand SATURDAY 2 - 5 P.M. 

ra'°^ *04 DONCASTER 

twtooom, rec. roam to be finished. 

hobby 1 h a p , third haihroaos iure you aev thin lovely well 
ruughed-ln Double carport Tills finished and well planned 3 Bit 
area la ana* nought after, aur- hovwe and the view from Doocaaler 
rounded by homes of oualUy and Heitbti The ground level liaawnenl 
character. For more lnfonnattoh i a flrtahed into a rompua room — 4 

call ALLAN KI.ENMAN, SR3-4693 bedrooms - office and talh. The fj™. 

Total prlc« Including all extraa If male Door fpaturei a targt L rKuit-Li 

t 3 H, 5 Q 0 . ihaped ]i\ing and din tog room with UPLANDS 

waJMo-walJ carpel. Th^ Kitchen ]■ » 

Iftdr'v dream with ealing and An ** 

laundry area — sliding glaai doon nations 

LOW DOWN SPECIALS £d>ng 

|30O-DF^ raw k*. Need* moHXhgr. For?prior*vievSfrlg cau”* to u *BS 

12500—( bd. city loc. (115 on bat. 

(3000—1 bd. plaster throughout, all 
renovaled, (110 on bal. 
tint" i bd Cloae to aea and park. 

renovated for comlmort 
*4450- 2 bd. 
hase., 1 
ob baJ. 


WESLEY PLACE 5EBT TW i»olte 

Thla Inunaculato I bedrocur. 
fall basement home has wailAnl 

nSm Srat, 'roomT OAK BAY-SPECIAL ' 
lovely oner tb-e#iace. nielTwowtep 2-badrucst tomgatow. 12 
gsrden, completely fenced In years old. Ful bsaisnedt with 
back. Is beautifully maintained i-ecirallon room end Brfl bed mum 
Just U2.S8B. Don t mito this Esnelient kaUou. qtoto slruto AM 

Phone bkxH from be a ch 

MAUDE DOBSON wj.aag w.^socrmwAJoy 

3884401 477-5293 

THE FIRM WITH A HEART fATDtrTC-r rv 


OPEN HOUSE 
SAT. 1:304 p.m. 

160 OLIVE ST. 

Immaculate, 3-bed room, stucco 
home in Fairfield Full base 
mem. Nice y»nl. * 13.900 

FLO PELLING, 384-2437 
MAUDE DOBSON, 
477-5293, 3884401. 

| EXCLUSIVELY WOM^N REAL 
| TORS 


Unique three bedroom modern 
home in popular section of Fou' 
Bsy Rond Featuring 2,250 so ft. o( 

gyacluas living. Tbrough hail to 
bestoltul living row tb Dost to 
celling flreyiere, cantHevervd 


$40,500 

44iedrooml 

You wilt certainly like this ... . _ „ 

, new sumpluous home, located high hewkh, well-io wall ', 
garage ,midst the onto, In »» toVfU room Is inert due. 
HARM area. Almost 2,2t» sq ft (* Hv-toa Micben with many m 
srea. The living room 1s SlxlTW Large master beihrxx 
wllh outstanding field stone lire- ng carnet and a 
nlaca and best wall-toaraH carpet yy,rw siiTdecks ove 
4mlng room also with wall-to-wall lrwd >*. devel 

carpet Is 14x1(1 with French doors to ^ recraallon room 
secluded patio. 3 good size bed- to Investigate this l 
rooms on mahi floor wtth 2 mere lnd determine for 
rouqtied In on lower level. 2 n o a u 1 a r 


OAK BAY REALTY KNOWS 
OAK BAY BEST 


Lovely white __ _ 

home Modem k*ehen with patio 
off breakfast nook, living room 

with fireplace, driv*-to - 

(2D, 500 with terms. 
MuLACKLAN. Sffl-ffiK. 


SHELBOURNE 

Cosy 2 Led room no-step home. 

Living mum with ftreptore, large 
brigfe kitchen, atearik garage 
Corner taL »T0fi w*h tom 
KAAL HtoJLCHLAiN, IS3-01A& 


OPEN HOUSE 

1500 SHASTA PLACE 

24 p.m. TUES. and 7-9 p.m. 

RM haa to be the mag 
beautiful home m today’s 
markri. » room <4 badrooraal 
3 tnlhroumm. dream kltcbea. 
■ sn ia iu. flatlaa. and auy 
many de luxe fputw-es, vstoirb I 
wg| he ik g gt u to d to glow you 

Wi.sno. 

ROSELLE JACKSON 
3844401, 384-6726 


HIGH GORGE 
EXCLUSIVE LISTING 
3 BEDROOM PLUS—$17,850 
Newed type gk<t level home an 
large 6trxl3r IOL Large bvlnc 
room, kitchen with eating area 
25x14' roc. room, good steed 
bedrooms, 3-pce, bath. Econom¬ 
ical electric heating, copper 


‘VIEW ROYAL’ 


Satan. 3-ronen home on a corner loti 
In very good condition Built-In i 
cupboard* with stainless steel sink 


MARKYTA MARES 

479-UR iOffice) S85-WC2 t*4 Bra. I 


very 


Your Host 

BILL FELTON 385-3413 


— oil heat Listed at only (8,960 
with ternta 

CALL RON CROW 
386-1361 - Res. 3884855 


HIGH QUADRA 

With a lovefy view over me dty 
frias toe ktkcheo <g Qua MS z 
bedroom txmgaiow on BLACK¬ 
WOOD RTitnrafr. Fuk t—, m.m. 

raso. ok taktmg and m more 
l—toratot room. Good gerfha with 
fro* tree* Offered »t 

nAJtm *j!r 6 * orxcfk asMwgs 

WHY PAY RENT? 

Tble exceptional da pi ft has jail CORDOVA BAY 

^tto^to fbie See Itos well buto 3 bedrrom borne 

Wtotaay to aave a ftoe place in u,,v ptrivietit __ , - - 

teUremenl and • r»d rental Income to JSii «th2J^ ^kw22L ^225! 
Simpaona expea* a toeatod close to MtoaTtoSiw *“5“? 

Oak Bay border and walking “J? 1 *,** 

.. , distance to Jutaiee Uropiui Cm- 

ion Street , is „ 0 , we 3-bedroom mte mmt a *- njll ^ 8 

aU '°- bpdro( » n «nte bout rtgy «?n. a «S3f £Sn*f2£S.‘ 

LiJCC Both are spactoui *iKJh*sfcm isgtoigili'i nui (a 

ci call And in find class cagtos. The e>o tsAdha praggriy JtoHra viro 

3i ssss^ ?n m . l rt«3S^ EfSH® 1 


OAK BAY-4 BEDROOMS 

This ia an Ideal family home — 
doer to arfuoja gmpptog and 
tranipartotisi Triple plumbing, 
■epartond dtotog was sad dew 


UPLANDS WATERFRONT! 
THE QUEEN WOULD 
LOVE IT! 

This exceptional home hat evs-y- 
thing a modern palace could offer 
Over 4.900 sq. ft of developed 
area. From Mie HUOG living ronsr 
-. ami,* 


OPEN HOUSE 
3427 Happy Valley Road 
1:304 p.m., Saturday, 
Nov. 9, 1968 
$12,500 


$3,000 DOWN 
NO-STEP BUNGALOW 
10 YEARS OLD 


RITHET AGENCIES 
LIMITED 


RICHMOND RD. 
REVENUE 


Rec norm. Baaemeto could be 
la-law anile. *31.SOU wSh terms 

VERA FRIEDRICH 
3884401, 385-7835 


SOUTH FAIRFIELD 
JOSEPH STREET 

This ranovehed Mwdroom 


Modem slurco 
maculate condltkn 


bungalow In lm- 
- -Beaoilfui land¬ 
scaped tot wkh pa tin aud green¬ 
house. House comprise* two bed 
rooms, living room wflb fireplace. 
Large modem kitchen Utility 

f ilumbed and wired. Attached drlve- 
n garage. Must be seen to be 
appreciated. Owner wll cany the 
mortgage on this riaar tide prep I 
erty. Exclusive wllh 


roinf*the m *bH| 1 reibwe - haU, Ihe I phi 2 li.usehewplne units. Apt 

ASM usrr oSTKSil SS£ sr — 

bedrooms oa the main Boos, you 
could walk noiselessly oa thick 
luxurious carpeting Tfi* spacious 
kitchen has every feature to make 
work light (including buHt-in ap- 
plianoeal, anil haa a BIG eating 


For the thrifty bayed 1.1 acres 
pkae large living room with 
Ibrepiace. big hrigto kitchen. 2 
tedvon u , enctoeed front and back 
entrance, toiilty shed and carport. 
Be rare to see it and be tha tacky 
buyer! 

Your Hostess 

SHIR LEY-ANNE WODHAM 
385-3411 


large bedroom 1 v sewing room. 
Large cabinet kitchen with eating 
a raft on main floor. 2 very large 
bedrooms up. Full banemenl. 
Auto oil heat, separate garage on 
49.6 Xian - kg. Neer Beacon touna. 
school, and iranspuruiion (lfi.WU 
with (5,400 down to T per cent 
mortgage. Call EARL McLACfl 
LAN. 3H6-3231 or Kfl-IIK. 


MRS. MARY WOOD 


OAK BAY REALTY KNOWS 
OAK BAY BEST 


UNIVERSITY 
REALTY LTD. 

3639 SHELBOURNE ST. 
IN THE PLAZA 
477-1855 


SIDE-BY-SIDE 

Modern duplex. 2 bed r oom#, 1.101 
aq. ft eorfi side. Exce ll ect 
reakkiktol area ofl Shelhouma SL 
I Cart PAT FRASER. 4T7-141L 


MONTREAL TRUST 
1IE7 Fart 386-2 


DRIVE BY 

109 VALIANT PLACE 

PLKAfiK DO WOT MSltJRH 
TENANTS - M caM me In 
view thla near-new 2 tod r a n w 
home with Its pretty kilrbtoa. 
dining room, living roam, sun 

de<k and full basemen! High 
view tocattonUn a plrt w q w: 
Bctllnr. ExPtosrnt vwhse to 

(14.71X1 Good tetflns 

RUTH LUKAITIS 
3884401, 477-5306 


MARK ZABEL 


You better believe It! This 
LOVELY family bene has a 
through hsll covered with wall-Uy-wall 
beautiful large 
i fettunne a 
e dining area, 
; of cupboards 
I ha sundeck. 
en su8e an: 


'Complete Real Estate Service 
Arrow Canada" 


QUADRA - LAKE HILL 
THREE BEAUTIFUL 
MODERN BUNGALOWS 


HIGH CADBGRO BAY .um . ttsiS to 

SEAVIEW! SEAVIEW I * TW ‘ * 

SEAVIEW! ° P ^ r " 

UM. 1. y«w eh^ to purchase . £*» S *** n -* 1 '’ 

beauUflfl abno sl new borne in this -Fell baarosent. recreehea room 
choice w-WdenuaJ ana. Soaae of Its srtth Ortorl&c* sturtod. 
many toaturos are: Double (ours -Lane lot, ninety treed and 
lead to a larger than average Istoiwped. 

efkrance hab. WroagM kea gales —Earty poaaeeskto. For tonus and 
to the to wetoua living room srtlh ether tofarsaatlaspleeae ptotoe: 
wbBe martto Rrefface. Ccay den CUFF AKDBRSON 

wkb core Broptoee and mafly bnltt- 4TI Ml ■MIX 

in# Full w ps p ats dtetos room 
Superbly fitted Mlrhen with large 
talkie area, qn-w bl u i n g, etc 1438 HAULTA1N 
(JUST LISTED) 

bertrnn— 4-&*cm bftthroai with J15 QQ0 

I wiil-tcwfcll carpet, master bedroom 1 
with bathroom en mlie, law fwn bedroom■ wiib ^arMlnc «pob 4 
r.ugtxd In rec room with fireplace mm. New HN^oe baihrmen Wtfc 


BEDROOMS *?? 

Lomted ckwe to rtupplng centre fl replace 
a well-kept modern hnsnv kitchen * 

wRti 1 heditxims on the mate with 

floor and a targe riniiitod rec M as i e r bedroom .. ...__ 

room In the base merit. A brand there are two good sized bedroom: 


UPLANDS 

MODERN RANCHER 
SPACE UNLIMITED 


NT All! 


LARGE SEWERED LOTS 
EXCELLENT FtzOOR PLANS 


Built by expert craftsmen. Spw 
Iding new stucco. 3 bedroom, full 
basement bungalow# Carport and 
sunde»-k. Roughed In phanhlng. 
rijmpua room and extra bedroom, 
area. Cloae ta artmol* and bus. 
Price range from flM.250427.OOa 7S 


WINTER IS COMING this distinctive home today! 

t&e m h!*ta? d kfcto m f£ “*o£S# SHIRLEY-ANNE WODHAM 

young or old. Owy (stag roan ooe sji 1 

with cheery ftomtone, 2 bed- joj-ovix 

rooms, and large well rMstwd 
rec. room In the baas W. 

Double plumbing, an Immaculate 

**52 C1L , J!? , 2JSLS CHARMING WATERFRONT 

paira bnnb to be laJd aarwbere __. 

here. Only U years old, aod HOME ADJOINING 

E d red at (14,500. Call Id. IID . ,v, nc 

MILUE at 480-3251 or «RL2KfT UPLANDS 


and den Large separate 
swan. Kbrawn wttn brick bar¬ 
becue. A moat alternating kcaiw 
that must be seen 

Asking Price (05,Om 

Please call JOHN WATSON 
336-7111 


per cent mortgage flnaneto* avaU- 
abie. To view, pleaae call 

GEORGE THORNELOE 
4T7-1855 


OVER TWO ACRES 
ON NEPTUNE'S 
, PLAYGROUND 


'$3,000 OR LESS DOWN' 


Is on the finest North Saanich 
Waterfront, and has fantastic views 
of ISLANDS and SHIPS Subdivided 
in two acre size lots. If offers an 

umwtolly fine ceportunlly fcr good" vlevS Famliy ' steel 

invertmeot to the RAPE walertroni ^tr,,. kitchen. Lovely vanity 4- 
property. The home hat LARI* |iece bathroom. Spacious sundeck. 
and lovely rooma and ta laid out | )oom ta high basement for further 
like a LUXURIOUS apartment, development Immediate poise**!or 
there Is a basement with additions' caa be bad 
development and a cute garden as Aakliw 04.500. 

well aa a LARGE »rage. Asking 

(S2.50H FURTHER INFORMATION CON¬ 

TACT 

JOHN BISHOP JACK RODGER, 477-1855 i 

i Ttrr T UtrUriVlfriiri 


SlldtoR glass doors from all main J«ree vanity. Central Hail. La tm 
rooms lead to large petlas over- kitchen with everything spunking 
looking the aea. Wail-to-wad broad- Uvtgg roost to VfctarUa 

loom. Many, many de luxe teulktrei decor with brie* fireplace, M 
too numerous to utodlrai — as "nldue attractive hardwood floors, 
drapes ludoded. Ctoee to UVlc and »[• home baa heeu ftoltoed by a 
■k..«— »n mkTisndlus procesilooat 

tor Utoin Esceilesf rtoanctog CALL MOW i 

cere morilM#nSe ***** 3 - McN AUGHT HH«2I 


UPLANDS 


A delightful secluded proper¬ 
ty overlooking Cadboro Bsy. 


colonial style. Luxurious in 
every detail Lovely living 
room with fireplace, Utorw 
room, den and fireplace and 
three large bedrooms Bath¬ 
rooms up and down, situated, 
on lovely toadacaped grounds.; 
A perfect home. Price tSK 

PhcsM STAN PERXCQ 18B-2ni 
anytime. 


NORTH QUADRA 
$26,900 
V4 ACRE 

Specious 3 bedroom r 
wilh a i ms staii_ I < 
country satiinu- A bouse 
Httto rdt Ik (lento and < 
Sat so band to find 
ton 1 ' Oomteay to afl 
Afl atoulriea wetcosa s . 

MRS. JACKIE 
WALDRON 
3884401, 382-1480 


HIGH QUADRA 
GARDENER'S DREAM 


BEAUTIFUL MURRAY 
DRIVE 
$35,000 


Urge bedrooms, living roots with 
era stoat it replace. Large cabinet 
kitchen with dlntig place, small 
sewing room. Wail bewail carpet 
throughout 00*4 heat BaaUtllul 
large lot 100x130 seal I totoacaped. 
Sejnrato flaraga lire nab wss and 
laige aviary. Asktog tor the 

(Sau^cas * * r vn * mtr 

JAM BROWN 

IfltifiM or nt-4921 


and lawn. To the right of 
the entrance hall is the pan- 
rqqM? elled living room, large din- 

_ play mg room, kitchen, small bed- 

„. M , __a^i-iwdronmrd and bathroom. To the 

fuky modern 12 -ytsr-oid> imup left a uoty den complete with 

' ’ . ’ ~ bookslielves and fireplace, 

two large bedrooms and 
bathroom plus a master bed¬ 
room with very modern bath¬ 
room en suite. Here Is one 
of those rare opportunities 
to obtain an acre of prop¬ 
erty fronting on Cadboro 
Bay, act now while its avail¬ 
able. Asking price 

$95,000 


SECLUSION 2% ACRES 


NEED QUICK 
POSSESSIONS 


Lovely l-hedraom white bunga¬ 
low neaked on this very! 
valuutfe treed property. V LAI 
buyer would ha Inferealed id 
home was built under V. LA 
Living room and fireplace. 


WANT A WRECK 

Need a space for the kids to 
and watch TV —.i “ tz .... 
living room? Naed a J-bedroomeiI 

home on a ouiel si reel? l.et me 
show you inis one priced al 
(11995. Phone 38AJ2U and ask 
tor AL SMIL UK. 


Several modern 2 and 3 bedrorsn, 
full basement * 


--- available. 

Some wllh mode at down payment*. I 
Good locations Price ranee rtarlim: 
at (17,3911. If you require a home: 
before Xmas, coil 


ALMOST SIX ACRES 
AND MINIATURE FARM 


dining room has an 
fire Store. There Are two 
1H bathrooms. Large ta 

with tog tortotag flrepta _ 

are glass doom leedtog to ■! ....... __ 

secluded garden Utility room and| COUNTRY HOME 

..... * 1 IN COLWOOD 

Immandata coadUka (ctatot tores 

I to view please). 


SHELBOURNE SPECIAL! 

Meat 3-bedroom home now 
offered lor safe. W-W carpet in 
living ram and hah way. at¬ 
tractive kitchen, part basement, 
and oorasr tat Aa liiaaarntoii 

csrsinr 1 — - 

MRS. PAT BARBER 
MRS. JACKIE 
WALDRON 
3884401 


JACK RODGER, 477-1855 


btorwsn runhy I 
ION and make 


Vi n & r. n nuuar.. imiui, iaaj- 

HOUSES, CHICKEN HOUSES, etc 
You can grow ANYTHING here 
and raise cattle or what have you 
on tha HUGE paalure. Woodsy 
paths, lovely trees, ahd a FINE 
HOME. Not a luxury borne bul, 
COMFY with TWO big bedrooms, 
and a parks is kUchafl, a pleasant 
living room wllh big fireplace and 
a coervenleol tbotog room. (Through 
hatli. Part base me at wtoi madam 
oil heat and plenty of storage. If 

« nu Ilk* country living you’ll LOVE 
ta. Priced at (31.900 and a 
BARGAIN! 

* JOHN BISHOP 

479-M6T tMl 
JRS-noaa (M Hrs ) 

E6-23(ie (Res. 1 


boms Is thoughtfully planned t 
gracious kvlng. Exclusive with 

BETTY SHEA, 383-5616 


This completely remodelled, 3- 
bedroom home Is being offered for 
sale lor the first time. Largs living 
room with wall-to-wall carpeting., 
Farplly sis* electric kilchen, new 
nahlnels, double stainless steel 
sinks Family room for the chil¬ 
dren. Full high basement. OOM 
heat Truly a "Must See.” Pleas* 
contact 

JACK RODGER, 477-1855 


Desirable area and a lovely 
four-bedroom bom*, with tore 
living room aad Braatore. 
Dining room and large kitchen. 
Two hedrobm* and bathroom 
on main Door and two bed 
room* up. full basement and 
drlve-ln garage. Priced lor 
quick safe 430,790. 

Phooe STAN PERKINS 3»2Ul 
anytime. 


OAK BAY REALTY KNOWS 
OAK BAY BEST 


714 per cent mortgage 
3342 ROBERLACE 
(37.800 

ALSO 

SMALL COUNTRY HOME 

1 bed rooms. M basement, concrete 
foundations. IM ft by 15* R. tat 
Clean as a wbtotie. Really good value 
at 02.45* ion Hoy Road. Italy* by 
bedrooms, aed tore phone— 
hrouxhouL Desmond Boisaea 478-130 
lit living- ar 384-8U8. 


GEORGE RANDALL LTD. 


$3,000 DOWN 
SIDNEY 

2-bedroom darter or retirement 
home, efec Mtrawn with uHlUy 
off. plumbed for washer anil 
dryer, f-pc* vaaOy bathroom 
Cnay living rm. Attached gar 
age an toe* lot. 3111011 

'PAT BARBER or 
JACKIE WALDRON 
3884401 


3M-8U* 

24-HOUR SERVICE 


MR. HIGGIN 


—Exreilert rendition 
—2 large liedrooms 
—Large electric kitchen 
—firaideck off bedroom 
Recreation ran 
- Rcnutlhd garden 
—Low taxes 

To view, pleaae call A. W. 
MOORE, a® T7tn anytime. 


385-3411 


VACANT—MUST SELL 

Quickly! apaciran 2 nr S-bedroom 


ROYAL OAK 
$26,500 


home. elec, 
eluded), full 
heavy wiring. 
(115 p.m. Ask 
your offer. ( 
477-MU. 


kitchen (range In- 
basement. OOM 
Only 12.5CW down, 
dng ilt.ooa but try 1 
:*Ii PAT FRASER 


IMMACULATE! 

WHITE AS MILK! 
SPECTACULAR HOME 


JOHN MOLYARD 
AGENCIES LTD. 


GORDON HEAD 
DISTANT SEAVIEW 


At the reduced price of 
$35,500 this has to be 
an Oak Bay bargain ! 
MAGNIFICENT SEA 
AND MOUNTAIN 
VIEWS 

3 BEDROOMS 


OAJC AA.Y REALTY KNOWS 
QAJC BAY BIST 


1964 Oak Bay Ave. 
386-6175 Anytime 


Rec room tor tha Uds, work and 
garden ahop for dad and a tot of 
pleasure and easy rare for mdm. A 
real family home la Immaculate 
ccnditira and wiling tatty •29.300. 


THE BEST YEARS OF 
YOUR WIFE 
ARE SPENT IN 
HER HOME 


BLOCK BROS. 
1800 Blanshard St 
3863231 


TREASURE HUNTING? 

Then let me sines you this 
gem close In, sat ksgb ra 4 
— to feci your owa fe 

world. It constats of 1 
rooms, beautiful view l 
and In-line dining room, 
ern kitchen wttbbrcaWsst 
4pc* bathroom plus Isu 
■red storage. No haan 
Asking (3L*» 

HAZEL RAVENHILL 
3864401 383-0076 
EXCLUSIVELY WOM 

R.E4ITOH1 


WHAT’S YOUR PRICE? 

The following homes are oil reoa 

listings and good toy*, sq 
feohrei too numerous to Hemi 
here. Fcr cotnclsta ristlHi cm si 
that are In your price nag* ! 
dlstrkt. ttteosa feve me a a 


JUBILEE HOSPITAL 
POSSESSKW NOW!!! 
ONLY $14,900 


ART LAWRENCE 479-2-317 

47SJAC (Office) 385-0022 CM Bra.) 


Here )■ to* much sougM- 

after family home In Oak 
Bay. The main floor can¬ 
als! s cf a Inrfe entranw 
hall aod powder room. Tha 
living room Is 29x16 with 
hrlrk fireplace, b * a m # d 
celling and penakett walls. 
The SEPARATE dining 
room has a how window 
overtotfelnf the secluded 
garden. Kitchen Is modem- 
family size. The open 
staircase lead* to THRXB 
IARGE BEDROOMS. 4-!>re. 
bath tttua aureuotn. Bal- 
renle* offer a sweeping 
view at the surrounding 
are*. This could be the 
home you have been welt¬ 
ing far. To view, pleas# 
call Mra. D. R. 2A4COD, 
3857707 anytime. 


Ifeke them WONDERFUL yuan 
wkh a house like THIS ONE! in an 
EXCLUSIVE area of established 
familial. Jug* a glausta aod YOU 
KNOW M s a conmuntita wttasv 
PBOCUE CARS. R saifefuUr LOCA- 
TBD on a GOOD aOE kit sritii 
PICTTHWB9QUC tandw-apto de¬ 
signed to l« WORK al mtil- 
MUM. MaUeufous PLANNING is 
evident thrfetohmtt this 4-BKD- 
ROOM with Ik BATHROOMS (4- 
poa. esisulto) SPAOOUS home 
INVrrrNG entrance hull with large 
farmai SEPARATE Uvtog asxl 
dining rooms with gleaming hard¬ 
wood Door* and aUEng toaas floor 
leading to lovaiy PATH) . The Bving 
room haa an AJtTTSnOALLT de¬ 
signed floor to c=!i)!t“ FlUfLfiA 
This 5 roomed (plus I. 18-year-old and large windows offering* lovely 
stucco bungalow In very desirable. ‘•Adocr BEAprrif and 

oonvetoam location Can be voon ^SARM A blg totti HANDaOME 
for reoaonabla down payment. 2 Wchen wtih AT75’ ‘ta-r-'VI ^ra»K 
bedrma, living and dlnliw rooms »"» , »“ ..k* CODWTER 
with Ige. picture windows Bright. SPACE with AMPLE cupboards 
modern Wl with hutit-ia elec especially designed to PtJA aE ih > 
stove. Lge. rec. room and sep hcsisewlfe who enjoys at tVBLJ. 
double garage. (28,900. J. M PtENNl P. nwfe a Btctien. wtah aN 
Taylor, 388-5585. CONVENIENCES and time savins 

FEVTURES, SEPARATED practical 3 BEDROOM 
mrUTY room (ofl klichenl wife ’ 

rUTRIVIM US'AIT acreasortes for WASHER bflri B UNCI AIAJ W 

OUriARJiN rttAU DRYER Beautifully designed large w .» ttaTMf- n 

SEA GLIMPSE ■ FAMILY ROOM with <T-pre. re- "AUtiritj A* 
„ . , . ^ suite 1 and double ENTRANCES J13 950 

Fabulous 5toe<feoom ranch style moke this floor plan rosy to CARE . 

bunamkwr. Tremendous living room TOR and assures PRIVACY and r ,™**, 

wltfi^ moativ* hrtek flreplnc* and COMFORT. This exeruMve home ^ 

plush wnJMo-Wi!) carpeting. Last FE ATTIRES etoctrirel anpoManeaU ybtort. wtrhen. 
word in kitchen*. Dlnln* room with INSIDE and exquisite llgtftlng f x t:a *'* 

glass doors to patio 1 bedrooms. OUTSIDE Spaotous TWCKlAR -p |»»«T>rtW. alMtae 
Family room. 3-r»r garage, rage wftii huh celllag fSPACl TO 
Today's beta value Price Wnod STDIK Yuc» IhTATj and lots afllSgu.. - 


tha Qonaataa Obaervatory on 
a quiet culele-aac. away 
from the aalag traffic of 
other areas. An rooms en¬ 
joy The moat clariouB v to ws 
of Jura de Fura and the 


B.C. 

LAND 

ft INVESTMENT AGENCY 
LTD. 


SEA VIEW — Mi ACRE 


CITY 

OAKLANDS 

$21,000 t 


$68,000—MARINE DRIVE 

Fa hut ora. targe new wrertlte homo. 
Ctutura dsttraa 1 w*to atar (eo- 

tfBrt 

U» TOT m* n». 

S38,600—S. OAK BAY 
4 bdrma or 3 and den. e molt a 
plumtttac Better than r*w vrtfli 
extraa such aa Ww. over oal. 
drapes, range, fridge all tadodad. 

$33,900—WATERFRONT " 

LI acre* of sarliitonn. m ods ra «a 

bungalow Ideal for retired ccupls 

$28,500—GORDON HEAD? 
Near racquet club, tTVlc, and qn 
schools Near new, with spacious 
floor plan. « re ori e nt ettoflfiari.^i 
bdrma (M.B. emtttel Full bamL 


Older 5-bedroom home with large 
living room, modern cabmet kit - 
brawn. Nave 4-pc*. hath. I arm 
lusiroom down and one up. Full 
basemratt, nil heat, double cerporl 
Overlooking Confeva Boy Full 
prtra fln. 000 . 

LLOYD ELLIS 858-8222 

*79-1*7 (Offira) Sffi-om (24 Ikta.) 


Largs Uvtog room, dtofef 
room, 4 bedrooms. 2 fun 
bathrooms and den. Soma 
re-decora ting and aaw wail- 
to-waU requtawd but •?»* 

has been al l owe d lor at trie 
asking price of 

S3S.&00 

Vacant an* tmmedtoto pea 


SPACIOUS 

SPECTACULAR 

SUPERIOR 

This dream home 


aeaslrn available. 

ERIC CHARMAN 

385-9765 

FAIRFIELD REALTY LTD. 


ROCKHEIGHTS 
NEW EXCLUSIVE 


This no baaamerd home has 3' 

iiedrooms. large living room with 

fireplace, easy car* property with-, — ___ 

mrport end black top drive Plumbed and beam home in this 

fur vsttur end dryer with totereal- Esqulmalt Iooa4lon. Just 
tog lighting The financing years old, the not of towi 
arrangements are very good, ao has inatruelad ‘To as It". In 
rail Shape throughout, you'll d 

fine borne Priced at Ihe v> 
R. FROST 656-1616 teiw oi *» *» o«J) mmits 

C79-1BS7 (Office) 38SH022 ( 24 Bra.) ** ,0f JohB 


HEARS AW) WIHTF 
OAK RAY REALTY LTD. 

2138 CMK BAY AVE. 


roort-1 

rant 


07.700—CEDAR HHL 


APPROVED VLA 
CENTRAL SAANICH 
3 BEDROOMS 

Located on 1* acre (completely 
fenced), lhii de luxe 3-B.R. 
home with qcaan view features 
panelled LR with WW. car¬ 
peting. drapes and fireplace. 
Large bright kitchen with 
balmily off eating area. Com¬ 
pletely modern bathroom up, 
2nd balbdown already nouahed- 
la and located off ui* finished 
rdc, rom Includes I-car aar- 
tatat Agent ‘The aitncors." 
Swuijon - 1ST TIM* 
OFFERED ON MARK HIT. 


$34,500 

1 ACRE TREED LOT 

This Immacidate Ibyaor-oM fern! 


sell mg of this 4-year-old, _____ 

family bran*. 1 par cent mtg 

$22,000—LIGHT INDUSTRY 

|l-hrirm. renovated sen f 

LOTS An excellent holding prop- 


NEW TUDOR 
SECLUSION PLUS 


MINIATURE FARM 
NEAR MT. DOUGLAS 


JRNISHED COTTAGE |«nw feausre. « sqaare feet 

ILY $10,900 With*Oregon lie's*floor'*' 1 ivlIS' J 

Attractively fimtabed, eaa "**> to oetolW nraptoce. to 
apartoue betbxxan Barter re toring room, de hpte Utcben « 
ideal retirement home. Lovaiy to core Ire corira Dour, 
garden. Black too driveway to ISXIta • 2 bstaroomi. notuqi 

separate garage. Located on a f^ ad nretod level twcraal 
quiet street ratori. Briant latoxfev ram * 

LEILA DICK RYAN m ££? 

388-1401. S824M1S gSM 'ZSZ* ’SLC SH 

VLA country home now. 


if you want the wiusual and don't 3-bedroom remodelled ham* ani 
need a loaamanl. U you have a about aa arses, consisting of 5 
desire to “Liv* away 1 ' from small lota Dead-end street, quite 
civilisation. yirt be . within U eeriuded Lovely ^rdm fWcken 
minutes drive to downtown. If yoo house. Garage. Ownsr keeps bees, 
can flEppreciale expreolva lighting. Cows, thlcksni. etc. All In good 
outtosinana deoreaBon, a kitchen condition. Oil Mbat Close to school, 
with built*na and clever ua* of old Asktog (to.KB. full price. SEE 
bricks, you MUST SEE this very THIS NOW WITH 
fine home with thick, expansive 

carpeting, an IF RTOR living room LLOYD ELLIS. 658-8222 
( 16 x 18 ) with a wofl-to-emll fireplace, . 

«'-xl dining area, two bedrooms. , 7 ^.,ecLS t 1 SSSrrr^”-u -a- , 
small den. unusuai small study and * 79-1667 (Otfiot) 88 MOB ( 34 TTrs ) 
ttahl full balbrooma Heavy shake f’ArVPnnn DAV 

rooi and doifele cWrijnrl. Atirnc LAiJHUKU HA I 

225 iSi d *** tu "' L * *2 BLOCKS FROM BEACH 

arees Asking Bi.no IMMEDIATE POSS. 

JOHN BISHOP $14,900 

479-1667 (9-5) Older home, completely remodelled 

sacivno <44 Uruire) ktolda. Oabinri kit., l-pc*. modern 

JdP-tWkY l/fl Hours) bathroom with large vanity. DO M. 

656-2308 (Rei.) heat Part bamL Snarate garage. 

Large owner Ira. Ctoee to huaca. 
schools, shopping plaza. Private. 


$17,900—GORGE 

fine old _ famfei home I 
ms-Sep DR-modern KJt 
I bamt Try year offer. 

Mahy Ware Ta choqae From 


9CHDQIA CE08E m Tt 
and few mlittiles ta TRAM 
TION, RARBLT can we 

AM executive borne < 
CHOICE and APPEAL. 


CUSTOM DESIGNED HOMES 

Bull* to your requirements «a tbs 
tat of your choirs Low dam 
psymeet All types of ttnaaolai 

available, also plana and spectflra 
U da Consult u* for detail* by 
obrelnz 

C ULItlCH 3M-8121 

VICTORIA CONSTRUCTION LTD 
383-flfiQ] 334-ST3B 


INVESTORS' 

LISTEN TO THIS! 

tf you are Inlermted to a good 
sound investment, then rail 
“The Slmcoei," SSMlU RIGHT 
NOW. Agent 


IF YOU'RE SELLING 


rav Ita be 
I* rarport. 


flM.Stn. T» view 


yeii who went aotneiung a 
life different" than I NOW have. 

DON PATTERSON 

h94to M137I 

Byirei Prtae A Asaoctaiei Ud. 


frsd McLaughlin 

Ettema Realty 


J’w Ml» a GRAND 

SLAM and ccunl HONOURS. 
tra> FINESSE the ten — 
thutaand that u and you 
HOME FREE (juft . figure of 
jperoh). Who dealt this hand' 


W. G. MOORE 


SRA V«W « 
I a half hatbs. 


382-4119 


3S5-3411 


split-level. __ ... 

the pndar Ten Mile Prim ares 
Eaaawalua vrall-to-wail plus 'sunders 
sad carport Aek’ns nn« Ffi.Hu 
Ekclaalva wllh John I Jay) R a g a n . 
Il aw rt rea m Rrajty. (77-4X1 al W- 
9741 snytima Courtesy to other 
[agents . 


OAK BAY 
CLOSE TO ST. PATRICK' 
CHURCH AND lOmaL 
Mndom 3-hafenatn stucco buau 
Full base meat, ol) heal Nice ■ 
with fruit trees 314,301 Mias 
Inn. 384 9S1& SSB-3M2. C H. 

I ague Co. 


OAE BAY SOUTH 

Two-bed room hwmft living, dining 
roaasa. completely redecorated. By 
owner. In view call 38A7428. 


flROCVM 


- BUNGALOW IN CITY. 

Immaculate. vacant. Try your 
down naymng 00 (14,500. Phooc 
382-8430. 


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34 isiln (EoUmtft Victoria, B.C., Saturdoy, NovBmbsr 9, 1968 

150 HOUtth rOR SALE • 150 HOUSES FOR SALK 


150 HOUSES FOR SALI 


ISO HOUSES FOR 5ALK 


HOUSES FOR SALK 


HOUSES FOR SALE 


ISO HOUSES FOR SALE I ISO HOUSES FOR SAL I 


ISO HOUSES FOR SALI 


THE YORKSHIRE AND 
CANADIAN TRUST 
LIMITED 

737 Fort Street 
384-0514 


P. R. BROWN & SONS 
LTD. 

762 Fort Street 


HAGAR & S 


385-3435 


BROWN BROS. 


NEWSTEAD 
REALTY 
LTD. 


D. F. HANLEY 
AGENCIES 


24-HR TELEPHONE 
ANSWERING SERVICE 


$10 

Yates St. 


AGENCIES LTD. 

1125 Blanshard St. 
385-8771 anytime. 


3225 DOUGLAS STREET 
3857761 


A QUALITY 
EXE CUTIV E HOME 
IN A FITTING AREA 


[1010 GOVERNMENT 


3010 GOVERNMENT 


OAK BAY 

pous Oxnmerctal 

id. In cal um 145. 


24-HOUR SERVICE 


revenue 


1314 Quadra St. 


1314 Quadra St. 


Main Floor: 

1—CABINET ELECTRIC KIT¬ 
CHEN. unique cupboard de¬ 
licti, dishwasher and buiR-ln 
counter range and oven. 

3-LARGE .14x15) FAMILY 


GUARANTEED HOME S>J 
SHRVICE, CLIFF NORMAN 
*19-1*95 (24 HRS.) 


JUBILEE AREA 
CUTE AND COSY 


OPEN HOUSE 
SATURDAY. NOV. 9th 
1:30 TO 4:00 P.M. 

436 WILLIAM ST. 

51,500 DOWN BAYMENT 
510,900 „ 


LOOKING FOR A 
SPECIAL 


OPEN HOUSE 
1028 HAMPSHIRE 

i —ic:---- -bedroom SAT. 2 to 5 — - 

«*coo home. Coey little living .... 

room. Warm kitchen with excellent Attractive atucco bungalow Border* -- - ---- 
ol range Two-piece bathroom, on 2 lanei which give* eaay access {VK 1 . ' 
Suitable for retired person. On a tor tr*Oer or boat. Drive-in garage, “*■*“ 
lovely garden lot. Patio, separate sunny gfeaard In veranda, spacious 5 re '!® nt 
garage and «m«e area. Only L Km., fireplace. Sep. D. Rm. Avold 
*10.500. Teems to be arranged. Mr Territlc apace aaver Kit. for mom. p** r 
Pearce 3858771 or 386-3808. 2 bedrooms on main and 2 EXTRA “'rder, 

bedroomi down, basement OHO- transpo 
Malic furnace, dear title, *24,100, “"f 1 

terms. Phone now, or see you Sat., P e<,ro0 '[ 
DORIS ADAMS 3852458 birge al 


GIVE YOUR CAR 
A BREAK 

BUY IT A CARPORT FOR XMAI 


HiU 4-bedronm home —older but In 
excellent shape, la ■ Hunted on a 

r id size level lot. Freahly painted, 
yeart old. OOM heat, and full 
baaement. Cloae to schools, trane- 
portatlm, and tws big shopping 
centres 

BARGAIN PRICE 

514,500 


OPEN HOUSE!! 

4296 PlARKSJDE 

OPEN HOUSE!! 

OWNER TRANSFERRED 

'OPEN HOUSE!! 

SAT,, 1:90-5:00 

|0PEN HOUSE!! 


Clean, solid, older bungalow — 14 
block off Esquimau Rd. Fifty 
iieople have requested drive bys on 
this home. The inside m u a t be 
seen to appreciate It In excellent 
repair. Ail Insulated. *91.00 per 


JUBILEE AREA’ 
"DUPLEX”!' 


will on floor, all drapes 
Included: 

3—'r H R E E L ARGE CHIL¬ 
DREN'S BEDROOMS, all 
double closets and oak 
hardwood floors. 

• -TWO VANITY 4-PTECE 
BATHROOMS, one en suite 
mailer bedroom. 

7—M ASTER BEDROOM 

(16x381. two double closet* 
best quality wall-to-wall on 
floor. 


VICTORIA WEST 


BEN PARENT 


Here li en esoceUent opportunity for 
someone who it looking for a nice 
place to live and also have added 
income — each unit has 2 
bedrooms—large living room — one 
with fireplace. With an easily as¬ 
sumed mortgage this should make 
someone a marvelous Investment - 
Priced to leU at orfiy *13,400. To 
view call 


pe w) O R Modem 
stucro B-oedrnom home In good 
c°ndttk». Nice living room --— 
fireplace, cab. elec, kitchen 
eaUng area. 4-pcc baihrooan 
high baaement wtth space for 
rorsns OCKM hast With reas 
down payment Vendor will 
baMoce. F\M price *19.000. 


DRIVE OUT CEDAR HHJ. " SWHS6 

HOAD TO PARKSIDE. TURN _ 

LEFT INTO BEAUTIFUL MONT- The people to as* are F.R.R 
CL Am PARK TO VIEW THIS 

MODERN THREE-BEDROOM PP/lgOF/T 1 AVTT 

HOME. ONE AND HALF BATHS. t-TVA-iarrA-i 

CATCH A GLIMPSE OF THE —60 FT. WATERFRONT 
SEA FROM .THE LARGE „ 

LIVING AND CANING ROOMS OtTLY yi MINS. FRCM TOWN 
WITH A DrVtDtNG FIREPLACE. AND SIT UATED RIGHT ON THE 
LOADS OF CUPBOARD SPACE LAKESIDE, THB5 SPANKING NEW 
AND EATING AREA IN THE GLEAMING HOME AFFORDS 
BRIGHT KITCHEN. FULL REALLY BEAUTIFUL VIEWS. 

BASEMENT WITH DEN. VIEW _ _ 3 BEDROOMS 

THIS HOME SATURDAY, 1:30 HUGE LIVING ROOM — FIRE 
TO 5:00 WITH JACK WALDRON PLACE. SLIDING DOORS TO 
AND TOMMY WILSON IN AT- SUNDBCK 2 BATHROOMS. BEG 
TENDANCE. ASKING *25900 OR ROOM. GROUND LEVEL BASE- 
PHONE: 385-77*1 ANYTIME. MENT. 

*39,960 

—D. F. H. _ ADJACENT LOT ALSO AVAIL- 

ABLE. 

MRS. 

CHA WORTH-MUSTERS 
385-3435 


OPEN HOUSE 
854 SOMENOS 
SAT, NOV. 9, 2-4:30 p.m. 


'HEARTWARMER' 


AnJewond Brea In Hring room and 
den! Cray warmth In family room, 
modem kitchen, three baA-ooms, 
vanity bath and full baaement. 
Moderate down payment and orty 
*85 per mcrthl Oak Bay Border. 
Attdna *15,150. 

BBV MnAJVmUR. 3*-343B 


lu- and terma and be settled for 
Al Chrietmaa In lhle unique 7-raotn, 4- 
bedroom. lH-beth, "LUoe New 
Colonial! ' Enjoy priceless ''country 
quiet" In the eart ot Fairfleld- 
Gongalet! A rare opportunity, ao 
act fast! Asking *25,150. BEV 
MCARTHUR ID attendance 685-2458 
*h 


Lower Level: 

1 —Beautifully flntsheAden. 

3— Two fin lulled rumpus rooms 
( 12 x 22 ). ( 12 x 201 . 

I—Laundry room plumbed 

washer and dryer. 

4— Separate furnace room with 
work bench. 

8 Access ’ 


ANDREW DUNNING 
384-0531 


UNIVERSITY- 
CEDAR HILL 
522,900 

Picture the warmth and charm of 
a markllng home in a beautiful, 
minimum fare landscaped setting. 
Large living room, large master 
bedtwm, 2 nd bedroom with aun- 
TWs charming hernia In Immaculate dock, electric kitchen, full concrete 
condition ia offered toypu at a low- haaement, family room or extra 
low price of only *16,900. The Hying be Axiom, and carport, 
room has a lovely fireplace and 

gleam** oak Doors — copper tone PATiRTCTA SEDGER 
decor from the floors to the M KA 11 UA- 1 A DtbUUILK. 
cabinet* lends itself to a real 382-611.7 or dlMtRS 


WHITE STUCCO! 
FULL BASEMENT! 
ONLY 516,900! 
SEE AND BUY NOW! 


.., .. rumpus 

room to a secluded concrete 


2 COUNTRY HOMES 


sit driveway leading to 
ible carport. 


BEN PARENT 


7—Large filly landscaped Jot 

This home must be seen Inside 
to he appreciated. Fun price la 
*52,500. Financing will be 
available If needed. For showing 
and further Information please 
contact JOHN DAVIS, Rea 388- 
4749. 


OWNER LEAVING 
COUNTRY 

MUST SELL QUICKLY 


FAMILY HOME 
56,000 DOWN 
BAL. TO" OWNERS 


FAMILY FARE 
KINDERGARTEN TO 
COLLEGE 


The people to sea are PR-8 ---- .... ..... 

_ _ alar bedrooms — tiled vanity 

.. PAYMENT MODERN HOME bS£ment — OOM^twat — nicely 

- - MONTHLY PAY- OVER 4 ACRES landacened lot - exceptional eaay 

MENT. WHY ELSE WOULD HE „ , * _ terms, tb view pleaae call 

part wrTH twn PHARMrNn Modern ituxn tnrw-ocarocm newne 

three-bedroom home: the l?"* 6 . ** **, GLADYCE McLURE 384-0531 

SEPARATE DINING ROOM AND MCtsUKJP SM UDJI 

LARGE LIVING ROOM GIVES Dlnintf room, modem electric kitchen 

YOU SPACE FOR ALL YOUR bekhroomFullhi^) »■*}"«« ENCHANTING BUNGALOW 
FURNITURE. ALSO THERE IS wlth three-piece ■bower, otl heat, 

A FAMILY ROOM AND AREA city and never tailing spring .. . .„ 

FOR A REC ROOM. TAKE water Secluded Awns and garden • ceeirul cnlrtry atmoapbere! 
ADVANTAGE OF THIS EX- beauttfuUy treed wtlh dogwoodi, 

CEPTIONAL VALUE. PHONE: arbutus, maple* end flra. Dostole 

garage. Fuk price *35,000 ca* or 
- -... terms. 

GEORGE S. LEE 


CIRCUMSTANCES FORCE THIS 
OWNER TO SELL HIS PRIDE 
AND JOY AT *18.750 
LOW. LOW DOWN 1 
AND EASY .. 


PLUS 2 CITY HOMES 
REAL BEAUTY 


NEW UPLANDS 
SEAFRONT HOME 


Writ po eac aa to n. High Quadra. 
Seeing Is believing, the decor Is 
really different. Spacious L. rm. 
with ftreplare. Sep. Dlntog Rm., 
you'll low* Use Idt. and family 
room. fttt bait, 1 extra bdrm. 
Enrtoaed patio, batheaue. Thera 
lust iant another cna tn Victoria. 
Good terma. *20,900. 

Oa* DORIS AISAM3 


1-Unsurpassed view from all 
living area. 

1—4.8Q0 sq. It of finished living 

area 


ronveidertty ctoae to town, In Cedar Two attractive S-be*onm home* 
Htt area. Ideal for a retired couple ready tor occvpaney. Quellly con 
who enjoy gardening in picturesque atrurtton and many exclusive lea 
terraced ground*, with exotic tures. To view can 
shrubs ana fruit trees. This spick 

and span 2 -bedroom has a captive! ■ H. HEGEN 

Home 476-1906 big attraction,' phw a lull basement mean. 

wdth rec. room or extra bedroom. 582 8117 385K89. 

are P RR Fufl price *22.900. For eppotntsnenl 
to view «U: 

DON ROBBINS. MADGE HOLE _ 

82-70® 3*11X01 J-JSe 


BEV HIGHTON, 3864)130 
CHUCK ANDREWS. 477-4688 


YOU CAN USE OUR GUARAN 
TEED SALES SERVICE TO 
PURCHASE THIS HOME I 


UNIQUE 

IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY 

EXPANSIVE WATER VTEW HOME 
- STEPS LEADING TO A 
DEBJCHTFUL COVE AND YOUR 
OWN PIECE OF WATERFRONT 
4 BEDROOMS 
LIVING ROOM 
DINING ROOM 
DEN 

SUN DECK FACING THE SEA 
DOUBLE GARAGE 
*36,OM 

MRS. 

CHAWORTfl-MUSTERS 

385-3435 


D.F.H. 


o^Trep^: NEW LISTING 

SSt ld,chen tor EARLY POSSESSION 
TRY $3,000 DOWN 

* of through hell, 

three bedrooma. kit- On this 6-year-old, 2-bedroom tome. 
Ihroom. All rocana are There's room In the full high 
Ctoae to atnrea, Bus basement for 1 more or rumpus 
®4 m*» to downtown rm. The bright kitchen has sliding 
cation. Aridng price glass doors leading to a large' 
sundeck. Large living room with 
F.P. Well maintained lot on a quiet 
cul-de-sac Ckae to schools and 
transportation, and offered at 
119,300. Call Mr. H Inch cUHe 185- 
2156 


MUST BE SOLD! ! 

OWNER TRANSFERRED! 

QUICK POSSESSION! 

ONLY $21,900 
LOW INTEREST 
MORTGAGE 

3 BEDROOMS __ 

I | dream 

This home la a very good buy at 
this price today. Owners leavlri at 
end of month and must all, thi* 3- 
bedroom. fuH-baaement home, as 
atockty as poasfcie. There la an In¬ 
line living and dining room, drtvo-ln 
garage tn basement and fully 
fenced yard. If you have a large 
dmvn payment you can assume a 6 
per rent mortgage, otherwise wr 
oan refinance this home wkh about S82-8U7 
*3-4.000 down. Do us and yourself a 
with favour and as this today, 
party 

AT** RON SCATTERGOOD 

■ d * r " 476J974 384-OSn 


PANORAMIC VIEW 
WATER and MOUNTAIN 


BEFORE YOU 

PRESENT HOME'. „ .. _ 

LET US DO THE WORRYING 
FOR YOU PHONE RIGHT NOW 
AND TLL OUTLINE D.FH. 
GUARANTEED SALES PLAN, 
NO OBLIGATION. 


SELL YOUR 
DO IT NOW. 


Iwdroom home. The floor area hs* 
1.3A0 aq. It. The gracious living 
ir.sirn has fireplace and view ot Mt. 
** '■ The Ubchen la a woman's 
and contains a laundry 
area. Baaement, den. or bedroom 
lor further aocommodaticn. 2 -plere 
hath and large rec room with 
fireplace. Also drive-in garage. Alt 
this for 


382-8117 


BASTION SQUARE 
PROPERTIES 

ot Victoria Ltd. 

50 BASTION SQUARH t 
M HOUR SERVICE 


S85-71H TOMMY WILSON 3854340 


OAK BAY 

BEAUTIFUL SEA VIEW 


2^4 BEAUTIFUL ACRES 
PLUS A SOUND 
FAMILY HOME 


ID MILE POINT 
WATER VIEW 
SECLUSION 


DON'T PASS THIS UP 


The vendor Is an organic gardener 
■> you can just Imagine the 
wonderful garden and profusion ot 
shrub* and ornamentals—plus the 
big cedar, there are fenced-in runs 
for horses, aheep, or what have 
you Add to this a sound 3-bedroom 
home with a rough*d-ln recreation 
room In basement Built tinder 
V.L.A specifications 12 years ago, 
you have good value a' the asking 
price of 134,900 and open to a good 
cash offer. To view, pleaae call 


ng for a REALLY OPEN HOUSE 

nBy tome, Very 1-4:30 P.M. 

S^iertri^kiteton SATURDAY 

ind*Pemto**"hath 1881 SAN JUAN AVE. 

this apactous Abedrm. tome m 
i rwt~ti w.—the choice University Area ot 

A. M. CHANDLER, 388-4294 

_ - —.'OughouL 

garden with several fruit 

" .. SPAQOUS HOME- 

PRIVACY 


MARY JAMES 


* b * lhr P« n l. "to « with double rialnless steel sinks. 1 

twaement. Wmderftgiy Two bedrooma and Pamhroke hath 
ndscaped ground* aw- on main floor. Uuii 
grarxsjs fjotne. You win attic area Third (heated) bedroom 
■'pu*" provided The PLUS rumpus room In basement 6- 

s lust 1*0,000. Pleaae call year-old I_~_' ' ‘ 

t* at 885-8771. washer. Rewired, copper 

Clean and presentable thrt 

A dand'- zivL:_ _ 

trees Near all schools and cloae to 
town. You can do no better for 
*14,900. Call DON BACON 385-3458. 


LANGFORD 
1.59 ACRES 
3 BEDROOMS 
$13,900.00 


MOVE IN TOMORROW 


One In Logatoerriea Fruit trees. 
Fenced creek. l,60fl SQ. FT. 3- 
YEAR-OLD HOME Flkl Mgh base 
ment. Rourfied-in for another com¬ 
plete home. ALSO 214 ACRES 
adJoMng tor aale. 

MRS. SIMPSON 

BS2-8U7 


Immediate occupancy 
moat charming, 2-bedi 
basement home. NIC 
room with flreplao 
cabinet electric lrild 
eating area, two r 
rooms All this act ot 


MRS. MARY HOLJZKI 

1-8117 Ot 858-5776 


J. H. WHTITOME 
& CO. LTD. 

TO* Fort St IS 


Hera la a real fun tome for you 
and your femlly. Drive in the long, 
private black topped row), leave 

B ur car and coma In. Enter tha 
g hall. To ycur left, a modern 
wu-hen—at raight through to a 
A very cute and coey tome wtth lovely aa ft by U It living room 
no atepa to climb! It haa large which looks out over your owa 
i Ilvtog room with fireplace and large lawn atarounded by - trees. 

E learning oak floor* The ktlchen Ideal *or a awlmmta* pooL Private 
aa nook and le spacious. Utility study, Iota of bedrooms, dining 
room la lust off the kitchen 2 room and Iota ot other nice things, 
bedrooms, 4-pee. bathroom. Sep- If you Ilka fun tome* see this one 
urate garage. Aa tor kxsllcn It with me. 

iiA5oo. CC Rtot>£ n ^icTOR wong. P s£ ASKING $34,900 

MS8 anytime. MR. DOBSON, 3884294 


OAK BAY BORDER 
SMART BUNGALOW 


NORTHWESTERN 
SECURITIES LTD. 
*09 Govt 3858141 


"OAK BAY" 

3478 CARDIFF PLACE j 

4 BEDROOMS 
NOW $34,500! 

Certainly drive-by this fine took- J^m 
lilg tom* wetl ettrerttv* living (lews 
and dtolng room*, family room, - 
double plumbing, baaement and 
drive-in garage. Remember also, 
that speedy possession is poaidble 
ao make your oCer, pleaae do mt 
disturb the owners but phone 385 
*141 and a*k Dor 

MR. HULLY 


PHONE 14E ANYTIME 
AT as-Tm 

JOHN E. THOMSON 


EXCLUSIVE 
RESIDENTIAL AREA 
WITH 

MAGNIFICENT VIEW 
Cheek these features: 

1— Beamed ceilings living and 
separate dining room. 

2— Completely functional cab- 


MT. TOLM3E 
THREE BEDROOMS 
SPARKLING CLEAN 


Very spacious open-beamed living 

rocmi, bold and beautiful floor-tc- TRUE IINTVFR^TTV 
celling apllt stone fireplace. Sep. UNlVLtihU TL I 

dining room, ultra de luxe kitchen AREA 

with large breakfast area, entrance 

vL£ V i!£/^^T^ mend0UJ rec ™* ho™ w built 4 years ago 
* nd b > the builder-owner of the best 
private patio oft, 2 drive-in materials. Walk home for lunch 

6 ^**®*; .•totoklrr system from elementary, Junlcr and aenior 
. * beautiful Sea ill *84,900. high and University 5 bedrooms on 

. ___ main floor and 2 plus rec room 

.MRS. HUTTON, 388-4271 ,nri bath on lower floor, Tsrieful 
use ot panelling and floor layout 
make this a valuable family tome 
* * In an Impeccable area. (37.900. 

HERB HILL 385-7108 or GEORGE UB9 Johnson at 
BLACKBURN 388-0849. 1 


eon enn nr, of the sparkling exterior design 

KfU.bUU.UU while the equally attractive Interior 

RETIREMENT PERHAPS? provides an unusual functionality. 

A renowned Toronto firm ot 
Homes to this area are hard to Interior decorator* haa given a 
come by. so don't mlas seeing this unique ensemble of wait*, light 

one quickly. Situated on a comer fixture a pJus luxurious carpeting, ,, 

lot, with aumernui shrubs, Irult haa kept mia Spanish welcome, yet 7o2 KlNLiS RD. 
trees, and a cedar hedga for modem In every way. Main Doer ajftiqT T4P Cflf n 
privacy. Stucco exterior for easy conrists of an impceoslvi foyer “ Ul3 ‘ 

upkeep. The Interior hat a cozy entrance, with closet for wraps. Revenue bearing older type 
fireplace living room wtth wall-to mammoth entertaining room of property. Apartment ireied 
-it carpeting, 1 good bedrooms, 14x23, with red brick floor-Uxelllng Term* ksso. Phone S85-S74L 
and a bright eunny kitchen. There fireplace wtth raised hearth. Two 
Is no baaement but there are good klng-slaed bedrooms with louvred 
storage facilities. The owners would closet doors More than ample 
like cash to tha existing mortgage apace bathroom, utility room. Up 
of * 8 , 000 . but we can refinance this the wrought-Iron stairway to the 
home If necessary. Don't be upper level, with an extra-large 
disappointed next week, rail me living room, again wtth elegant 
now! Courteay to other agents fireplace, and a view that makes 

you want to rest forever, another 
RON SCATTERGOOD bedroom at 11s beat, bathroom of 

4T8-1S74 391-0951 exquisite design with colored 

glass, Infra lights and vanity 


B.TSP'fcff J8 HE ^^lhome 

OFFERS BEAL YOUNG TXM GLORIOUS SEA VIEV 

Ovw to* an acre w*h lovriy view. 

WALL • TO - WALL CARPETING <* Vktorilg. the wa sto •"«* one 
OVER SOLID OAX FIjOORS IS 

ING ROOM. GUBAMING^ dinette. 2 bedro oma “^ ba th ™^ wk' 
PACT mi KIT CHEN. FULL ** 

BASEMENT WITH BRACE FOR 25 > f droom '. *** **J 1 

A GIGANTIC RET -—' k 4— --a 

ATTACHED CARPORT 
SUNDECK. LARGE 1 


HEATHER GAMMON 


3— 3 large bedrooms wtth tots 
of elnaet space. 

4— Hardwood floor* throughout. 

5— Double door cathedral in¬ 
tranet. 

•—Utility room plumbed waNier 
and dryer. 

7—Only I years old. 


SMART LOOKING 
QUALITY INTERIOR 
4 BEDROOMS 

This la one of a kind In Victoria 


384-8001 


B—Drive-In garaga wtth ample 
storage room. 

9-Gardee care a minimum. 

10— Fikl jrtce <*i this executive 
property la only *3(1.900 wtth 
financing available H 
needed. For further Informa¬ 
tion pleas* contact JOHN 
DAVIS, re*. 388 4749. 


COLQUITZ AREA 
BEST BUY IN 
WATERFRONT 


'4 BEDROOMS” 

Drive by 1338 Merrtt St. 

Perched high overiooktog 
Spencer Castle Hill, this 7-year- 
old family home has every¬ 
thing. 4-pce. bath up, 3-pc«. K „ 
bath down. Large rumpus room i. 
with bar kitchenette. Dream -- 
kttchen, knotty pine cupboards, 
built-in counter top range and 
oven Large eating area 22x16' 

L.R with fireplace. H.W. floors 
throughout utility room with 
washer and dryer. *26.900 with 
excellent terma Call now *85 
S74L 

KAY DAVIES 

P** 1 ‘hehljti coat of Bring. This 
'“1R50 SQ FT ” lv **i older home la located tn an 

’ 25£* u t nl 5™* J or revenue* Mato 

J28,900 floor haa 3 bedrooms, living room, 

... . family Idtehen, utility room and i- 

4 years ycsing, 3-bedroom tome piece bathroom. Upstair* from a 
wKh 2 baths. 25x35' L.R. 10x31" separate side entrance, 3 bedrooma 
B.R. Wall-to-wall throughout, and bathroom, ideal aa house- 
Lovely cabinet kitchen with keeping rooms. On the ground level 
utility room off. Extra high full with separate entrance, 2 large 
basemeor with roughed In OS™ wtth roughed-in bathroom, 
plumbing. A double carport. ~“la excellent lating Is well priced 
aundeck above, landscaped *t 122.900. 

large lot and many extras. __ 

Priced below replacement coat JOE MANTON, 388-4271 
Large Mtge. at 7W per cent 
To view call 385-6743 anytkna. 

KAY DAVIES 


HORSEMEN AND 
VLA 

Six properties to e h o o a a 
Iran, l to 4U anas in ala 
wkh 2 to 4-bedroom home* AU 
have bora bar a, corals and 
fenced paatae* All will qualify 
for VLA. Priced from JtB.OOC to 
Cfl.noa Call 

ROY TELFORD 
384-8001 or Res. 4794804 


Home 478-1903 


LR and DR, panelled rec, room, New low price only *13.91X1 for this 
Br a. 3 bathroom* Extra 2 pi are Immaculate 2-bedroom home, beau- 
rage and workshop at rear. Here tifuliy renovated Including ne* 
.™ m f° r f«5le Bring In a beautiful kitchen and bathroom. Newly 
setting. Price *37,500. View by sanded gleaming floors. O.O.M. 
fPVt on** with WILFRED DAVIS, furnace in th* part basement Good 
things come in mall packages 
Please call Joyce Mller right now 
* * to View, 5853136 or 417-dim. 


C. G. HEISTERMAN & CO. 
LTD. 

1121 Blanshard St., 3834161 


SIDNEY 


CLARKE & WALLACE 

REALTY LTD 

<30 Broughton St 385-81 

Across from Eaton's Car Park 


10 MILE POINT COSY BUNGALOW 
JUAiL — ATTRACTIVE a* to town e«h • legal alh 
tn (ha bawnect, plus a 

Uraottva boma. built wtth a 

sgard for Japanese are*dec- tM.tm TO view pfceae cat 

* bast ttourioMi jessie McGrath 

f Western arriikectura to 
‘ better bring because — It 384-8001 


CADBORO bay 
4 BEDROOMS 
SEA VIEW 
SECLUSION 


OPEN HOUSE 
SAT., 2 - 5 P.M. 

975 ABBEY RD, 

Jmt 1 short block to Cordova 8ay|Xisn 
■"'* * gorgeous i:::'— 1 - • 

*— windows. AI 
couple who 
IS, large LR, i 

- — ---. —kitchen and! 

laundry rm. Ibis is a MUST SEE 
lor amall families. 

FULL PRICE *21.3(10 
Pepa Browne, 385-8794 


superlative In location, 'he quiet: 
dignity of yesterday, livability and 
i. quality, we urge your .tospeetkm of; 

_ this home. 

-extensive iandacap'ng and 

teaview relalnlig wall to be completed by 
* vendor. 

$53,500 

MR. PARENT 

382-8137 or 


-D.F.H.— 

$15,700 

an cc £f^ 2725 ROSEBERRY 

rtlva LR wtth 
Den or family TRY 


beach and a 

from large i_ 

modem home tor a 
want few step* 2 HR: 


45 ACRE 

Treed led to area of new 
home* Arictog only **.500. To 
view call 

jessie McGrath 

384-8001 . 


- YOU DOWN PAYMENT irTreu r /V ATTON 

LOW PRIDE, RDGH VALUE mUM ^ _ 

OLDER BUT uke new. 2 ATTRACTIVE TREED 
TWIN-SIZED BEDR OOMS, cmrnnuc 

LARGE LIVING ROOM WITH SETTING 

^ BASIMSN 

NSW OOM, LOVELY HIGH ^vVvT'vi>« r*n 

™ ^^Sge I^ING ROOM 
MOVE D4 FOfi BR3CK raLKPLACE 

—CABINBT KITCHEN, 

PRYI.I oheiiyiA MTrsi OML.T4K RANGE _ 

rang, WBELIX3N _*4)EDROOM AOOOMBfOOATKW 

—MAJN.K FLOORS 

*22.300 

MRS. 

CHAWORTH-MUSTERS 
385-3435 


OPEN HOUSE 
SAT. 1:30 - 4:30 
2226 SHAKESPEARE 

Up and down duplex, asking price 
1139,500. Louise WHtermutb in at- 
tmdanre *858794 anytime. 


"WEST SAANICHTON LOW DO 

RANCHER’* 7-h**™, - 

4-OOTWKn 

$33,900 basement hot 

This quality built home haa I «°yuimg*n£ 
bedrooms, luxtsrious mahogany 
panelled LR., raised hearth, vrrec cm. 
stove F.P. separate dtolm MKJ| - sf J 

room. A womans delight ktT 

rhen wtth ewllng area. Large ———— 

family room with sliding doors 

leading to a secluded patio E T T E A 

wtth fireplace or bc-becur 4- r T m c » 

pee and 2-pce. bath. Utility *L 1 1 E h 

room. Hot water oil heat. For E T T E J 

tha men in the family a large 

heated workshop. Fully land- 

scaped and double garage. f* 1 

Truly a heautiful home for the 

discriminating buyer. Good _ 

terms available. See this now OJ 

with KAY DAVIES 385*741. 114.900 tea v 


ATTENTION 
QUALIFIED BUYER 
ONLY 

GORGE PARK 


WALLY WOOD, 384-8001 


Qualified buyers who are tired at 
:urt looking won't want to mlas this 
home located In an area where 
properties come on the market 
about once In 2 years. Just a few 
reaaona why it'a a must to see. 
1—1,39* sq. ft on mate floor. 

3—W-W In large living room, hall 
and master bedroom. 


BRENTWOOD 
SIX PER CENT 


ROYAL TRUST 

REAL ESTATE SALES DEPT. 


BEST DRESSED 
HOME AROUND 
AT $22,900 


F. N. CABELDU LTD. 
Established since 1932 


1212 Broad 


383-7174 


Older home that has been 
modernized throughout. 4 
bedrocens, oB heat, on sewer, 
owner must sell. Present 
your offer. Terms or trade. 
Price $15,950. Call N. Hyde 
388-7132. 384-7128, D. Hawkes 
Ltd. 


UTILITY, oak floors throughout, JIM (IIST 

toll bamt OOM heat ATTACHED „ 

GARAGE, CIRCULAR BLACKTOP *®-8UT or *32 MM 

DRIVEWAY. All this is enhanced 

by MATURE SHRUBBERY AND -- 

LAWNS In a lovely residential 

area. Price *24,900. C. Baird or W • ———- 

Neal. 3858794 anytime. 

THE BEST DEAL 
TEN MILE POINT IN TOWN 

__ EXECUTIVE HOME Charming abedroren buigalow - 
LmmedtoU poeaesrim to this dnlc* well ' matolalned -e^anWy nr 
reridenfiai area. Three Mrga bed- decorated — HIGH BASEMENT 
room, attractive Bring room wtlh OaniaJntng rec room, game room, 
floor to celling white brick Are- roughed -to bath, and SPARE BKI3- 
place. Fully equipped kitchen (built- ROOM — Economic OIL HOT 
In oven. Move, dtohwaahn- and WATOR HEAfT — Large lot - 
Intercom). "TWi baMiroosna. Lower situated close to all schools and 2 
level has finished recreatu* room, Miopplng centre* 

den. utility and ttkrd bath. Double „ __ 

carport, secluded yard. Trades ONLY $21,900 

coniddered. FXill price *49.300. 

(Clear title). Exctoelve agents, call 
either Mr. Plgert or Mr. Shaver, 

3858194 anriime, 


The paopia to see are P.R.B 


FAIRFIELD 
4 BEDROOMS 


*37 960 

NEVA PENNIE 


LG. FAMILY HOME 


oouM accommodate a 
Flrapiaca Id aanb 


OAK BAY 
BY OWNER 

Drive by 9040 Atlenfay. Mow 
vacant Move right to. Modern 5 
bedroom buneatoai. plus large 
family room Brlgfef kitchen vein 
earing area. Alao dining room, 
large Bring room wtth attractive 
fireplace. Large aundeck, drtva-lf 
garage, full basement, ol) heating, 
hardwood floor* Existing agr la¬ 
ment fcg sale of *1.50 may be 
assumed at * per cent Jocksdai 
principal and Interest Payments 
are *T3 per month. Low taxes. *331 
net. c .a to la agreement or esa be 


Spacloua, Fbedroren, stucco, family 
home — owner haa left town, price 
ll cut and aM terma const dec ad. 


CaD NEVA PENNIE to view 


mun wuujuiu owner-wxxipm, pm alia pm. olrv .. T ntv llA 

Attractive, older, 4-bedroom home Full basement New oil furnace. 2 BACON L “' 

on large l<* Treed seclusion, metors and 2 water tanks, 1%rr wuiw. • * - 

beautiful view* Land has gnat outilde la not attractive but interior rocirru a 

»B77 PO ‘" ,l “ 1 “ * p * rtrnml * I " ~"L‘ n £7 DOUBLE-YOLKED EGG „ QAK bay border 

___poesiniy one ot the best invest Substantial older 2-ttorev Mane ra 

•fen 1 MtouLes ^ 2“ ^ 

Firm pri c e * 15,500. Cash to mort ----- home, and one neat two-bedrpom - 

gage. 4*«C0. COSY RETIREMENT stucco bungalow. Both hornet have By BUtLDKR 

———————--r—-— Excellent 2-bedroom, full-baaemenl ful tasesnerta and OOM heal. A 45*4 Mantlord oft Femdale, de tow 

THRSE-BEDROOM HOUSE ON borne. New furnace, plumbing, good dew) — and a good deal more Colonial 1-bedroom. 3 twthi full 

acreag* Victoria water tank and Wiring. Low tins for *52.100. CUB DOS BACON. *85 Bt'A Post is Conslructlreu 477-3731, 

Preas. Bax 13*. |14,*oa 471-(Mg baaement. iimdeck. dotads cam art 


P. R. Brown and Bona have 
mortgage money 

always arvariabie 


Astong *7,0nn down. BALANCE TO 
OWNER AT ONLY 8 PER CENT 
PER ANNUM 

EXCLUSIVE WITH 

H, HEGEN 

Oft 382-8117 Eve* 385RBBB 


METROPOLITAN REALTY LTD. _ 

-- , T _, CADBORO BAY <MATffiJ 

REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE bedrocm home, Ilvtog i 
BY OWNER fireplace and Idtctien 

_o«j 3 hgdruusa atucco bungalow nn magesBcent view of the 

. . . ______ large tot Full baaement Oll-O- Olympic mouitaine bay* 

PLANNING TO BUIL D O R BUYTl Mafic beat Drlee-in re rag* Good wftti Man* down to a m 

Ototant HnCOLL CONST, LTD. locarion for arid gardener. May MS,500. R G (Bcti) __ 

■53911 flnandng at 7 par oenL Full prim. Hmfereon Realty, 885*741 or Rea view phone 






























ixonvt 


MUiA 


BiUr (BuIbhIeI, Victoria, I.C., Saturday, Novambar 9, 1961 ^ 

| ISO HOUSB POR SAU 1150 HOUSIS FOR IALI 


150 HOUSIS FOR SALK 


WFll, M*. BRAWNS*?/ J ---S 

APPARENTLY XXJ 60T MY /l ( 1 D-DtO BRIN* 
v MESSAGE/ 1 WAS -^V ANY M0N6Y 
iTr.ir-r-TTr^ JUST LEAVINGMR, 
MHPllL LETS HAVE THE M0t4£y I GENOA/t 
m A iihTTC and riL«. 


JOHNSTON k COMPANY 
LIMITED 
Our 65th Year 
1306 Broad Street 
383-2471 (24 Hr«.: 


C. G. HEISTERMAN 
k CO. LTD. 

1121 Blanshard St. 3834161 


T«E LXHT 
TituCK^HA 
HALF • 
DESEF T ED 
MID-TOWH 
STREET AND, 

‘Xli&fi 

\ QFFiCt I 

I BUi I D Mi -1 


REALTY 

G. ft. P*sk»r Hill dinar Lid. 

1405 DOUGLAS 385-8731 


REALTY 

Q. D. Pesker Holding* Ltd. 


3-BEDROOM 
WATER VIEW 
DOUBLE PLUMBING 


1406 DOUGIJVS 


OPEN HOUSE 
JUST OFF OAK BAY AVE. 
1025 BANK STREET 
ASKING S20.900 
SAT. NOV. 9, 1-3M :30 

Com* In and see toll little two- 
taedroran homf. It's vacant-and 
you will lova It. Tbe living room Is 
18x14 with fireplace, Nice dlnlrw 
area, delightful Kitchen with juat a 
few eta pa to the utility room. Patio 
la different and the carder ta 
tailored Attached imk good 
mortgage la available. See you! 
there on Saturday. Teur haeteisi 
IANET SLATER IUM or 884- 


Ttila roomy bungalow. baa Mi ft 
apace. KacrUerd kitchen, aapwate 
ilmlng room, might living room 
with raised hearth flredlae*. 1 
>edroomi. mailer with 2 -plere 
hah. Utility room rif Mrhen No 
ale pa. 'Nice lot Part hasamert. 
Double.garage and vrorkMwp. 

REAL VALUE at $24,950 
TO VIEW Mr. Gaddlsi 


SOOKE I ACRES 

2 bedroom, no basement home 
hem ami other buildings Jual i Iphi 
fix country living Walking distance 
in hope, and golf iu.SOO. J 
MAYB2E, AE& 478-4I63. 


OPEN THAT DOOR 

TOR A 

MERRY XMAS 

Your famlt; 


Rat. 479-5661 


IUILT HO 
eraftaman. 


•rtferi on Mr*** 
Mart thay IrfL. jy* 


Howror.lw ptuud to uu that 

, vSth commwcfaWt fcntijhfc.^ 


l* r * a , t9 n "'' *** Chneimas in this brauUfuTaparlmj! 

and furnace included, over home. WHAT A DOOR Country 
land, low taxes, fruit tree a. atmosphere, over V4 an acre, cloee 
lo Marina, achoola and parks. lust 
1. MAYB1E —418-4QIJ a ahort drive from . Citv centre 

Brand spanking new. built by • 
true rraftiman. yog will IniLinlly 

-_—- ae* thla by THE DOOR. Swell plan 

of 1440 aq. ft. 11*13 living mum 
with feature panelled wall and! 
granite fireplace ifor the slocking'; -1 
Dandy also dining room, bright 
kitchen with blonde ash hand! 
crafted cab I net a. AND THAT 
DOOR. 3 h)g bedrooms, mister 
144x12 1 bathrooms, hasement baa 
room lor ruropua. Iota of atnraie 
and 2 car drtve-ln garage IM-: 
Moat desirable Vbedroom quality MKD1ATK POSSESSION Ideal 
home with many extra fealuraa. VLA, owner will wall for VIA 
Thru hall, roomy living moot wtth fundi. Various ftngndnz available 
fireplace, aeparate dining room, on asking price of I28.N»I You can 
may kitchen, 2 generoua bedroomi. OPEN THAT BEAUTIFUL DOOR 
4-pee. bath. Full high concrete complete with Westminster chlmea, 
baaement for further development by calling me now at 385-873; 
This la a lot of home fer your anytime, I have the key. 
money. Owner wilt accept building 

lota as itown payment or aak about RON TRUESDALE 
our trading plan. 


BY OWNER - YOUR TERM* 
Langford — smart 2-bedroom nest¬ 
s'ep bungalow Needy sanded and 
decorated. Only UJ.YK1 386384(1 


OPEN HOUSE 
629 ROSERIDGE PLACE 
SATURDAY 14 P M. 
rtauglu Kb, left am Vanaiman. 

arenas Gian ford to RprlngTldg* 
Crei., left an Roaarldge Place. 

•MOVE IN DECEMBER 1" 
3 Bedrooms, 1^4 Baths 
123,900 

Modern m years ■ 111 e t e and 
aiding home an picturesque cul-de- 
aac. Cathedral entrance. Living 
Room, railed hea>4h fireplace, 
pieiige view, Dialog Room, gUia 
doore to ■ undeck, Cabinet Electrlr 
kitchen, built-in range, 4-pce. vanity 
bath. Full high baaement, brighl 

utldtjr rm. pfumbed txw waaher- 
dryar, easily r-csntjiated 4th bed¬ 
room and rumpus room. Workshop, 
ikay area. 3-pce. bathroom, at 
lachad carport, attractively land- 
■□aped. q|l haat. «i aawer. 811.31)0 
mortgage at C35 oqr moalh 
Inrtudiag taxea. Friendly neighbors 
MOV* IN TBS IMMACULATE 
HOME DEC. 1ST. Call me now 


PRIVATE—OLDER 2 BEDROOM 

home Include i fridge, etove, 

weaker, dryer. i»1H 

OLDER 1-MDROOM HOME. OFF 
Oek Bay Avt. 114,0011 firm. *61982 


OPEN HOUSE 
LANGFORD 
SAT., 1:30-4:30 
2851 RITA-516,500 


BOB CHAPMAN 385-8731 


I'M A HEAVY BREATHER, 


BW...BUT;IFVA Vtucdcrv' 
CANTSN 

ON NOBOPY! X^TECnONi 


f BUT, HOW 
CAN YOU 
SEE IN THAT 
THING? 


MATS\$EE...EVERY SNEAKY " 
WITH WEEK, WHEN I SNEAK UP 
YOU? /ON A SUBJECT I AM I 


FOUR STARS 


OPEN HOUSE 
SAT. 1:304:30 
DUPLEX *1* TORONTO 

Cloee ta Beacon Wit, exratleni 
condition with apacloua owner > 
suite, hardwood fkiera and delight 
full living arrangements Thla la a 
terrific tnvewment lor revenue and 
putentlai land values. Price 122.500. 
fnr prior viewing call Macllroy or 
Palfrey. UM7S1. 


TRUST CO. LTD. 
388-5451 


HU'' with one great feature after 
anexher! , 

Just Look: 

-Large aundeck.and rec room. 
—Built-In range and oven. 

—Master bedroom enauHe. 
-Immediate pnsseiilwi. 

41 per retd Mir- with pood 
term■ Asking 

For further information and ap- 
pointmert to view nail 

Mrs. Reynolds or 
Mr. Macllroy 

386-87® 


PETECTEP BY MV HEAVY 
BREATHING] SO IINVENTEP 
i THIS],JCALLIT MY 
BREATH MUFFLER 1 ’/. 


CORDOVA BAY OPEN HOUSE—J -4:30 

Be wre to get this de luxr 10450 All Bay Road 
home in the “Uplands of uhajmmg l-bedrooen home with full 
Saanich” featuring: 'XT'* ^ b. proud to 

-Triple plumbing l>r1e * "** 

-WgH-towtbU carpeting ALEX IZATT 

—Family room with bar IN ATTENDANCE 

—Lolg of room in lower level Re«- 653-2133 CMiice 388-5451 
for further development 

Asking 831,900 with excellent OPEN HOUSE—2 • 4:30 
term*. st 

I also have 5 other excellent 1600 Eut Swnich 

home* lor gale in the aftms Lovely three-bedroo m hone Mas 
„ entrance to John Dean Park. 


OPEN HOUSE 
SAT. 2-5 
2226 WESSEX 


THIS IS NIFTY . 

IF YOU’RE THRIFTY ISO HOUSiS FOl SALl 


HOUSIS FOR SAll 


ISO HOUSES FOR SALK I ISO HOUSES FOR SAL| 


fealuraa: 

Gracious LIVING room wtth 

these featurea- 

—Panelled feature wall wi» dla- 
tincilve fireplace and railed 
hearth. 

—Sloping beamed celling and 
indirect lighting over fireplace 

a-Lovety W.W carpatiag over oak. 

—Forma! dining room with large 
corner windows and W.W. carpet. 

—Exciting kHchtn looking over 
parklike grounds with many feet 
of cupboarding. 

—FOUR BEDROOMS. 

-TWO BATHROOMS (one un 
finished). 

—Sundrck with eerport underneath 
looking over lovely gardeni. 

- Secluded cortee patio ouulde 
kitchen door. 

—Children can enter Inin faintly 


It lant everyday t»l you can find 
a GOOD houae at a IrOW price 
Needs a few touch-upa but ba« 
plenty at pcgentlaL SUualed on a 
targe lot doaa to achoola. aiorae. 
parks and tranaporuttan Baa 
OOM, plumbed for waaher and 
dryer. Lots of apace for a growing 
family. A*lng 07,900 For ap¬ 
pointment to view Call Connie 
Reynokfc. MMffiO nr gn-SISl. 


J. A. HENDERSON 
REALTY LTD. 

386-9741 ANYTIME 
WE BUY. SELL AND TRADR 


A. BERNARD & CO. LTD. 

FORT AND BROAD STREETS 

384-9335 

DAY OR NIGHT 


SWINERTON 
STEWART CLARK LTD. 


GARDNER AGENCIES Ltd- 
. 899 Fort Street 
385-1448 


ISLAND HOMES LTD. 


HARRY COOK 
IN ATTENDANCE 
Re*. 384-2883 Office 388-5451 


404 BROUGHTON ST. 


Real Estate — Insurance 


OPEN HOUSE 
COLWOOD 
375 FAR VIEW 
SAT. 1:304:30 P.M. 

Sew 1 ^rooma. bej larg. Uv4ng|3 BEDRMS. (or 4) and DEN 


JUST LISTED 
$20,900 

IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 
LOW DOWN PAYMENT j 


GORDON HEAD 
3 (or 5) BEDROOMS 
IVi BATHS 

1-Y EAR-OLD QUALITY 
PLUS 


WILLOWS AREA 

Juat Hated thla excellent famllv 
'.mm*—won't be on market fnr 
tong. S Bedrooms obee extra one In 
basement Large living room 


DUNCAN 
SO MENOS LAKE 
FRONTAGE . 

I arret, 44H R. Iak*< rootage, 
-u Kn» ' ri i rx iprraa' aoWBera iipliare Ngioexxsn 

rarpetlrw, den. sawin g room, ana 

t5Vv -- rnnm and four large Dti . \ all 

Htrarxi wllh magniDcent view. I bathroom a 

RO^ PUT YOUR SAVINGS INTO ^ SSf 

.CT 1 VE REAL ESTATE wock*op. 13H hear* <■ In vary 

m«ina ^ t „ good u o n dIMiai and thl acreage I* 

ri wilt 9t-rt h#r§ — T1 »» good downtown icnced. ernae-twiopd with imaU 

and t**** te a* ay to operate - barn and peveral outbuild toga Nice 

i wi ■ do it Inr you If you do not gartte pinna to talaeehora Ground> 

4 h * v *. Um * Cornar location, and well looked after. Owaad and 

,85i apartmrota The price Jt matnMaed b y doettw, aaWng 

»tg™ L L ?'^ SOO cw« 0d <.dl2i« u * t '» »■«” “•»' leraaa Fer fiaeher 

J*and * atr ' - X**** ttilSfl anytime infnrtnaikn and an appointmant to 

~ d •BH view, mil DICKTBS In Duncan and 

aik for RHB. LEMARE, oritee T4A- 
t sin or evenings and holiday* 744- 

ulra] rot.TVD. ■ W nxB tm. 


CLOSE IN 
5 BEDROOMS 


A very a Ur active b-yaar-cld, full 
twarmenl home Living room with 
fireplace dining area adjoins 
bright, cheery kitchen wtth ftove. 
ana fridge 2 bedrooms, l-picic 
hath. Drive-In garage, aundeck and 
nicely tr eed lot. 1*00 could handle 

GEORGE BOWES 

1385-9741 186-9089 


frnmaculaia raaldane# «t pre¬ 
mium quality offering 1 rrwrn 
Boor badnxma with apace tor 
two more piua RI lumpua room! 
In ftol baaement. Fcatwee attrac¬ 
tive cathedral enby. large ttvtogl 
room with Breplacc. apacloua 
dining “L". brqpit kitchen with 
ample apace for breakfast area 
anulh-dsctog aunderk. ■Husted on 
a level 77x125 ft. ki on « quiet 
nolhru street arpld all new 
homes. GubsianMn) 7 per cent 
mortgage may be «gnnnrd. 

PRICE: $38,950 
ED JUPP 

385-2481 Rea. 383-6425 


KEN WRIGHT 


— MUST BE SOLD — 

5 BEDROOMS 
2 BATHROOMS 
10 YRS. OLD 
SECLUDED V» ACRE 
OFF W. SAANICH RD. 
ASKING $26,900 

CUFF S ALMOND 

477-31 


WILLIAM ROGERS 


385-9741 


LANSDOWNE SLOPE 

lEXBCUTBVE HUME) 
Immacvdehe 


CENTRAL SAANICH 


w . „ __ | _ JkoCm iIufco faunga ' 

carpeted living room with raised k»v in choice loratoon raalaetog ol 
hearth fireplace MagnlBceol view large kving room with fireplace, 

of valley and Mount Baker. gu«t aired dining rocen and 
Separate dining room opena to attoatgive enirawce hall. aH witt 

iundeck. Cnbinet kitchen, rumpua expensive wilUunatali carpeUng 

rum, double, cool cued carport. Spacioua and txight ekMMc lakrtwn 

Many extras. *32. 90 a To view thla with dining area. Lovely 4-piece 
quality home, call vanity hath room and 2 Iwto aisad 

bedruoma on main floor piua 2 

WILLIAM ROGERS p^iv »mi, high dayeighi 

Iwucinm Sold ahoka rwf. apoUew 
cvaxllUon to aide and out and ground 
ihuughUully and •'.'menaiveiy land¬ 
scaped EXCI.U&IVM.Y LwHOD 
and priced tor quick ale at 


baaement. Situated within wall 
dIMance of Town A Country P 
MaoDOMALD 386*731 or 4764143. 


NEW LISTING 
GORDON HEAD 


1385-1448 


OPEN HOUSE 
SAT., 1:30 - 4:30 P.M. 
3966 LEXINGTON 

OFF ARBUTUS 

ATTENTION! 

CONTRACTORS 

HANDYMEN 


15 ACRES AND 
A MODEST MANSION 

15 acres and a rl opting been* 
iJcovtda the aattfeK tor thla grand 
older home which ha* neon 
beauilhgly restored for madam 
roqetoil ard coovanfanra. Atonog 
3.000 aq. R. on tha ground floor 
provides a w*da frnpnaing central 
entrance halt and corrldar giving 
■ cceaa to a IWMIS I vine room. 1 
k'ng toga badrorana a maeaffieent 
rormal dining roam. 34x21, wttb 
fireplace, 18x39 dm nr salon. There 
it a large T n c toie Hlehen and 
vanity hallinm an] a bumdrv- 
utttoty rnrra Tha n-ounda amid a 
pash** aad a toabia for 4 Ware, 
a Tear garage, tnnt ah»d, etc. An 
Ideal property tor the retired 
gcndawiaa wko l aaft bona* a* • 
hribhy. 

nrtecwl at *47 980 OaM 
384-8124 MR GREEM 3160791 
Fa n daw t a n, Hctmea Ltd. 


ON BRADFORD AT HELEN HOME IN THE COUNTRY 
IN SIDNEY Announcing a new exclusive 

3 sparkling new 3-bedroom an interesting and charm- ADMIRALS 

full-basement homes of close * n 8 older home located on 

to l 200 so ft —Each one over an acre of land in p", ‘he water, s-bedroom home 
10 w ^q. 11 . , „ . . — , . „ Living room with flwpUice, tepar 

different—^ach with distinc- Antral Saanich. Ttus Is a dining area, cabinet ai^rir 
. . » ann ano four home with Full bailment for further 

Uve features—from J22.500 iOUF oea, ”5 n nome 7 un dtvelapmcnt urg« aaduded back 
to $23,100-Down payments spacious living area, fire- yard, w.me 
from $6,000 or less with P 1 *®**. 8und * ck - very taste- 
grant fully renovated and ideal liv¬ 

ing for a growing family. 

NOR* LINDSAY, 658-5040 Perfect for pet* or stock, 

STAN MITCHELL. 658-5433 io»id barn Implement shed, 

SIDNEY OFFICE 656-3924 city and well water, lovely 
old trees plus subdivision 
p o s s i b U ities. Priced at 
BETTER THAN NEW 126,500. 

VlFWROYAL 0311 BUI Pa,froy ' 385 - 8T31 

1 BDRA JPLUsVtobLmeni 386.2008 


PANORAMIC SEA VIEW 
BRAND SPANKING NEW 


-L.R AND D.R. HAVE W.W 
CARPET. 

SLIDING DOORS TO SUN DECK 
-BEAUTIFUL CITATION CABINET 
KITCHEN. 

-FULL BASEMENT, ROUGHID-IN 
RUMPUS ROOM WITH FIRE 
PLACE. 

SPACE FOR TWO MORE BED¬ 
ROOMS. 

ASKING gM.tno 

CLIFF S ALMOND 


aiterattooi apd *4.000 profit la 
yours. All inside work. New area <4 
1*0.088 home 1 In aordna Head 
Underground aervices, etc. *31.50;, 
f.H)U dawn. To view Inude rail 
EXCLUSIVE AGENT. LEW MOIL 
LIET. 3M-TS4A ran (S8-B75. 


$24,900 ili, 

IDEAL FAMILY HOME “JJ 

QUIET LOCATION. BRAEFOOT JHl 
ATMLONE AREA TUS 

WAS 

A loacloua S-rnrrm hungnlow ptua 
devaiopwl baaenwot. Double plumb¬ 
ing. Large (approx. ’4 acre) well 
lardiceped, easily managed 
ground! Priced for quick 
Terms available. 7 per 
financing. View by appoint 
only. No drlve-bya please, 

Seeber 384-9395, Rea. 385-2875. 


ROCKLAND AREA 
3 BEDROOMS 


477-3826 LANSDOWNE SLOPE 
... 3 BEDROOMS (OR 5) 
2 BATHS 


Full Price «aa.m (Tamil 

DICK JAMES, 385-2481 


Very seldom da you get the rTlcea at *13,bUU 

SBTSS ^immaSJiata * S3f«iS COUN MUNRO, 385-2' 

thru-cut. altuatad on beautifully 

landscaped lot loaded with ex- __ 

pensive ahruba and giving camplele 

ges £E?£i WHITE STUCCO home 

Oft plumbed for aula waaher and iCifTMC eoi 7fvv 
dryer. Spactoua living and dlnJnij 

ruuma wllh view wlraiowi, 9 within walking distance to W 
excellent hedrmi. all with gleam Beech la Oak Ray. This i» the 
ini oek Coon. Full burmeui wttb lwo*edruom hone you have 
2 large perailed bedrma. S-pni. tontdng for. Full haaemeot toi 
bath and rec. nun area You wUI etora roam—dor added rra 
have to he "Johany-on-the-Suol" ai Living room with nraplaee, 
thla la only * 2 S JUC, with good rotge rate dining room, klchen arilh 1 
■I ml low lhtartaL Ph. Morris Lend. area. 4-piaCa katoroona A nice 


RURAL LIVING 
MAYBE V.L.A.? 


GORDON HEAD 
4 BEDROOMS 
3 BATHROOMS 

t-yeer-old, modern lean fly real 
dmee (eafttotrig: 

large nattnad living rocen and 
dining room wkti torepiate aad 
patio att. . 

—iray oabbtot electric toichen 
wired and plumbed for wad i er 
end dryer. 

—lovely large family room with 
fireplace end 2-PCE WASH 
naot off 

—lame tna ato r hedroan with I- 
PCE BATHROOM EN SUITE. 

-A BEDROOMI fur the bWa wtoh 4 
HUE FAMD.Y BATHROOM 
—Auto OU Hext, fugy fenced yard. 

TYulv an Ideal home for the large Gooxafcg-8 Bedrooms—Baaement 
iaenUy w4U> a «17,2nn 8 per eenl 

mrrigage available at a full price For further information contact 
cf *27,800. DON KAY «rf DOUGLAS REALTY 


LANGFORD 

2 ACRES 

8 loti piua modern tbedroom 
atucru bungalow and 2 older 
homea Rented lur |£5 and ISO per 


CUFF SALMOND 


Four Bedroome. dotgde 
quatlty new txxwarurtlor, 
«asnii4L Otowpae o< Hw 
828.900. 


GEORGE BOWES 

383-9741 385-5055 


477*3626 


.185-1448 


Modem, 5-yeer,. 3-heilim., .vtuoco 
home with aundeck and pane on 
10x140 lot built-in range and oven, 
cabinet electric kitchen. 18x19 living 
room with railed fireplace, hard- 
wood floor, excellent runditkai. 
existing mortgage Ctt per cent. 

S SAGE 381-434T or 

ALEX MaeEKAX 383-8786 


month. MHIstream — Goldatraam. 

FULL PRICE $31,000 

Mr. Okker. 184-9333, Rea 47fUim 


him teat a< eaw aplil-level, 
M plan, ftoe <rad t» wnetitp. 
xt caUnrt Mtrtten. gtroa toil 
bedrooma. double nlumtyng 
wady dHb ea well, gnaihla 
. Brentwood arte. Aril 


$3,000 DOWN 
ANY OF THESE HOMES 


RICHMOND 
UNIVERSITY 
3 OR 5 BEDROOMS 


Two hetfroom cathedral entrance 
riyte new home, aundeck rtt dtoro-; 
room, raawerl, rouMted-ln lower 
level, good aired let In g->d 
location. Aak £9.(01. For informa¬ 
tion and appofTtomenta. to view «fet 
Don RrAerUto, Mt-243> Byrral 

Price and A*eoctale* 


GCRIDCN HEAD 
3 BEDROOMS 
LOT 80x180 


M Thla 1_ . 

baa a 14'xJT - 

aiae cabinet electric 

alaed bedrboav _ - ___ 

room in the full high barement la I 
t a mite, eonalating of I 2 x 2 ff living 
re roam, cabinet eleclrle kitchen and 
1 li'jfli' bedroom, 3-pee. bathroom. 

1 h Separate entrance a. Drlva-ln 
t garage and carport. Full price 

r $24,900 


large modem family home 

' ““*T living room, family 
I. .Jtchen, 3 good- 
and 3-poe. bait 


NEAR DALLAS 


DICK JAMES or 
ED JUPP. 385-2481 


THE YORKSHIRE 41 CANADIAN 
TRUST LIMITED 

*7 Frat at reel 
8M-CBM 


drive lo town, close to all 
services. No disposal prob¬ 
lems here. 


33 BEDROOM DUPLEXES 
DIRECT PROM BUILDER 


HOME FOR THE 
ARTISTIC and 
IMAGINATIVE 
ESTATE SALE 
MUST BE SOLD 


WHEELER-DEALERS 

ATTENTION 


A home Inr 
revenue or ri 


We have been aa busy Ik La waril 
that we haven't bad time to write 
full detail* of property. We have 
wefcrtnw prope rty from One 
Hratdred and Twelve Thousand 
Dollara dawn to T m g y one Txxi- 
eand Ftoe Hundred Dolton and 
other trine hernia from HAS® to 
Mfitt neihar nan wrtte a W ri 
flowery words deaertotog theea 


NORA LINDSAY 658-5040 


GEORGE BOWES 


bourne 3 BATHS 

Call me anytime including wset- _. U IL - „, _ 

aad a—Cbarlaa Marrla 3*4-42*4 ef CUSTOM DESIGNED 

Re*eon and Mach Bcnaee 

n/M tN Located at 4M Mardlord Creee. rgf 

UNOBSTRUcm) SPWTTACTRAR 
«A 

. fireplace FVU. SUITE SIZED 

L. . DINING RM roouyy doing area In 

Tmrml ?l”ACroU8 KITCHEN. Mbrier 

* W LC*"iM8 far "»y to-m-ui. pcaw. 

*27.430 RM^ AREA wUh fririaa rfua don cf Ml beeiritfulty landeraped 

nieml wnrtohop. DMe. garage, paflo end v * ew _ hon “ ritunted wgfiln 5 miss 
aundeck. A happy price end • !*„ fto* **5*. 

Sappy mortaegeinlarari mekea for tolly dec orated Interior eonalaU of 3 
a happy tome To v|*w cal Km toAraxna targe living room with 
Jaeaeft, 3fri-TMR raa Ml I— iwabad tr s pla c e. ftob. *Sec kitchen. 


CLEAN AND COSY 

»krt Tread toraMoa to U 


Here'a two bright new botnea where- 

hulldera aay '5iiaka a deal," we'll 
cmaidtf everything try Y“« C3TY nwnt 
trailer, oar, Mcyrte or even money uni Ar wra i 

far down payment. One home has 3 HOIAMNG A I 

bedroomi the other has four, both „ . 

an In a new aubdMiioti on 'A acre in 

lola. have parad drlvea, full “ 

haaementa. smart kitchens and 

double plumbing. baeemairi, atoomaUc 

We have two othere In the lame ART PEAKER 
lovely development Three bed¬ 
rooms, smart and dlattnrlive kit 
chena nice family kUchrna 138.51* 
and 8?4,toO rlear tIHea. 

Call Jack Mayhie or Jim Lobb 
n«w. Be to by Chrtrimaa. 


SHELBOURNE 
MT. TOLMIE 


UlMWUM and DARK to be 
myi'MIil'ilfT. be aura to view this 
utogue floor plan daatviad around 
a glaaa coneervatory entrance. 
Features tortude ( large bedrooms, 
gmoe gnr a den. 2 ttotonauma. Tills 
aadeen dlrtng rocen with ae x a— In Islgnex 
patio, toiye etectrtc kBthen. aeeni Igltw' 
oiroutor Ivring ronm with learned •* 
callbig rial nriLgadhea this already aatai 
apaoaoia room Wuated ctoar In on with 
a lIUKiao ft treed tat afierfrw raw 

peaceful aanluriin. ONLY ON" -- 

EoSi LIKfr TWM IN TOWN, 

DON'T U*4 OUT! 


ISLAND PACIFIC 


Thta t-ywar-olri, thraehedroom, full 
busemenl, riuoci hungatow la 
Offered fer Bale with *3.300 down to 
a good covenant. Ut|e flgly 
Undamped lot aet up hdgh to 

f wtde you' wlto a good view. 

xceUeau hot water heating ay at am 
Hie house la vacant, Immediate 
poaaeaalon, and I have gie key, call 


A 3200 Quadra A 


WETCHOSIN 
10 ACRES 


385-8731 


T 388-6231 Anytime T 


NORTH BAANICH 


EMIL IZIK 


148 OUlOULA AVE 

VIEW ROYAL 

3-hadrm. full haaemaai boms with . 

sawlag room aad den. Cabinet elec. OVER ACRE 

Mtcben. utility plumbed and wired * nirrvDrvTxrc 
Surdacfr and patio. Thl* oldar horns J Bf.DmAJ,VW 
critofre -ri wau at Ct-tod TAXES ONLY $1 

REX W. HL'OHU, 471-3211 _ . 

GRANT * JENKINS. 4T8-1W «wporiunriy * 


Metropolitan Realty Ltd. 


LAKE HILL 
4121, 4131 BORDEN 
BOTH 3 BEDROOMS 
TERMS OR TRADE 

Very nearly completed hot totally 
beautiful. occupancy within 18 

days; you ewe it to yourself to ace 
these homes for ihey era an 

excellent value. *28.96(1 and (yi.ftlS 
PS. If you are Interfiled In a 
duplex lake a took at Mil 

Parkland*: It will lie completed 

within M day* Call Roy Green. 184 
9736 


TED SMITH 

Matropall9an Really Ltd. 


WILLIAM SMITH 

« in n er MB-3778 


ideally iltuatcd for the 
young growing family. Fam- 
Hy-aued kitchen and *efv- 
urate dining room leading 
to sunny patio. Part base¬ 
ment new otl-o-mntie fur¬ 
nace. wired for wa.her and ^f!'^,^* h j^ , i h ivl ^ rn r 
dryer. All situated on a rack bedroom or dm. oi* 
large lot with separate gar- ZSLSF&XfSSZ 
Rgc on a quiet street in kl U 7** c ... ,> •paitoui with 

_" . ,, ruptooardi. range Included. 

Langford. To view call nicely flnlihed bedro<«n 
baaemrol. fhuwrr cablne 1 

TOM DUNCAN £&*?**& end”^ 
477-2462 385-8731 Don't mls»*ee«Eg ttoa bon 

yiai buy. JTice eLB.kai. 
CALL D BJCCKNER 

SIDNEY SPEQAIJ ---— 

Three sparkling new 3-bed- 
room, full baseownt boraes ? 

- -€1086 to 1,200 8Q- ft.—OH rooma wHii dhri^ig pon*r, 
Bradford Street, off Helen ^JSS^UST^S 
Good financing. $22,500 tO Cato HaJriwnod flonra. \ 
$23,100. Try your down pay- dtnvnaa'ira 0< *Loratro Tn' d r 

merit close In achoola end stor 

* rood sized lot with fru 

NORA UNDSAY 658-5040 ^ Phrr * 

STAN MITCHELL 65*5433 bvcwt™ 2 BEtwjnM 
SIDNEY OFFICE 656-3924 large’ modern cabinet kilt 


•tl nat lari 

- - - .... has fireplace. 

kitchen ta mndarataed to coocrete 
baaement hga phgt nU haat. 

laundry tube and wired for drver. 

Vacant, early poaaajaion Full price 

*17.908. Term* Mr. Jemea. ■ 867844. 


CENTRAL SAANICH 
MAGNIFICENT 
HIGH VIEW 

-«ten hedrooma 


OAK BAY SCHOOLS -Large tl-tog ™ il7f hard 

Large lamily home Just 18 yra. ' vo °d flna:a. 

young. 3 or 4 hedrooma, 4-pce “IfrfB* rahtnet kitchen, wired for 
vanity bathroom, large living- Ifec. range 
room alth fire niece, coay dee -Through hall 

with pal In lcaihng ofl. modem —Utility room plumbed fnr eutn. 
elec. Kitchen with good eallag waahar and dryer, 
arcs. Drive-In garage; work- -"frallao-wall raapatg, - 
shop In basement A lovely well -Carport 

kept home. Easy financing. —Low taxat, cfoae to e* oonvenl- 
Pleas# nail CONNtB WEYLBR encej 

for more Information aad I%ene Owner. MB-S2Sg 

Viewing at 388-6231 --——--—— 


CRAIGFLOWER 


NEW 

UNIVERSITY AREA 
BUY DIRECT AND SAVE 


OPEN HOUSE 


GORDON HEAD 
4533 MONT FORD CRS. 


L-toapad 1 bring-dtoinj 

■laxlack off 

Dream MtrtM erill 
ftonfy area. 


EARLY POSSESSION 


FAIRFIELD 
BUNGALOW 

_ ...J piaaaa you. On quiet 

alreet In aplr aad a pan condition. 
Cosy two-bedroom, no baaement K3.800. modern home of five rooma Comprising—Living loom ir.F.,1 
Ixingadow. Totally apnllaaa. through halt, full high baaement. alec kitchen Hots ri cupboatrial, 2 
iR-lintea utility area, parking O.O.M. healing. Larg* double gar- good, alia bedrooms. 3-pce. t»th. 
apnre and a lovely little age on rear lane, btua raona for aunroom off Mtchrn. full high 
garden Epd prtra IIIW. Gall travel trailer or boat. Dandy lava! haaaaaanl. Oil paokagad naatiag 
lm-«l*J PKTKR W. BAikDON. led. landscaped. A pleaiura lo view, unit — apace tar exlra rooma Drive- 
clear title or an terma la garage. Cablrvlaton. Drape* la 

8868841 day or night eluded. Lane at rear. 4 fruit tree* 

Lawn* Texet *241 gross. CT. 

January poaaeMlon. No drive-bye 
pines* »3175 Term* See It! 

bedroom* Ai low aa (80.808. Fnr CALL R. COX, 385-2481 
I:—and to see plana cell 
Auguat Construe lion, 8841711 
time. 

nv ramiB-D A V * I T Mrg* hungalnw on 00x120 

9 vura old <1 hILaii full lot Wririiir* ■ reran mods lion 

baaamlml, “nd*^*E5!y gc. ' to! 

nrated. Prtn. » 21 ,El Tkraia 812 - ft, SSSt-l JS 

-in---Waitdnt dkaance to traett.' 

new 4 hodronm eriecutlve HY OWNER, OOOK AND BAY, S Term*. Asking 063*1 Please call' 

-over 2,000 eg. fast B» bedrooms, no baaemeri, 41LBTL gff- Cueto W" or a«y ri our 


Prtoed ri W,B0 

OOUN MUNRO, 385-2471 

John*ton A Go Ltd. 


4M um VALL1Y RD 

[Shake roof, cU briek, aturco and 
aiding makes thl* home very 
attractive. PraoUoal My ora with 3 
[bedrma. Larg* L.R. end compact 
frllrtM Fall 8 anrea ri arable 
lead. Brand new wtth Immediate 


IJtNGPORD 81636 

LOW DOWN PAYMENT marconi r 

Older 8-bedroom family home to BBGCN 
•Hunled on a large 2® rill’ kg Oigvacrd 
Large living-room and cab. •_ • 
elect, kitchen- 3-pce balhroom. Itratom 
Full cement bailment Sepe- • 
rate garage. Immediate 
ormupanev tft.BOO. GEORGE 
Mr WILLIAM, I8642B1 or Rea 
632-2467. 


STMPSONS-SEARS 
EXECUTIVES 
4 BEDROOMS 


4 BEDROOMS AMD DEN 
BETTER THAN NEW • 
IMMEDIATE P0«3E6SIQN 
Fully tmndecapad homr la 
rtuloe araa reduced to sell. 
Can MR. HOLDEN 
Tuflrey Wortotogton Ltd 
8»TW 477-2684 


icy. Garage attached Green 
■ to garden Hone la lutmecu- 
ta every detail. 821.9(111 R. C. 
> Gibeon eg Handeracn Realty 


bty home baa jueij 
aq- R. ri finished,: 
accommodation. 2 
*h tubal, panelled 


REX W HUGHES. 4T842U 
GRANT A JENKINS, (R617M 


ROCKLAND 


OLDER 3-BEDROOM HOME. FULL Oa waterfront lot. 9hxD& eendy 
baaeemnl. Wired for washer and betefe, eaay aroeaa. 
dryer. Copper plumbing Oll-o-metic Frair water view lots with stream 
haat, Twwcar (arege Patio. Excel- nicely treed Mater arrow nearby, 
lent.mound a. low laxea. Clear Utle Reainaafala Prices 

tlT.sA By Sumer, 41M Qtoriord P. G. JACKSON LBOTED 
Av*., 4762432 RI Fort 81. IB MT —yti— 


GORDON HEAD 


MVK WTYfl 

raa. 4765R10. 


T 84BEDROOM: NO- 
heme, pretty as • 

IlUt Barty puaeRRR. 


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38 feafltt flolontlt, victoria, B.C, Saturday, November 9, 1968 

151 COUNTRY HOMES ANf I 152 WATERFRONT 
PROPERTIES PROPERTIES 


NORTH SAANICH 
WATERFRONT 

Located on one of the beBt 
beaches on Saanich Penln- 
tula—One and a hall acres 
with South Westerly slope 
and partly covered with 
beautiful trees. The modern 
home offers a complete self 
contained suite on lower 
floor. Real value at $40,000. 
Will accept terms. 

NORTH SAANICH 

This modern home com¬ 
mands a superb view of the 
Saanich Inlet and north to 
Cowl chan Bay. Contempor¬ 
ary In style. It has been fin¬ 
ished with great care, and 
will satisfy the most fasti¬ 
dious taste. One bedroom 
plus a music room as a pos¬ 
sible second bedroom make 
this a home for a couple or 
the small family. An addi¬ 
tional bedroom is located In 
the basement, which also en¬ 
joys the view over the tree 
tops. Twd acres of sloping 
land complete this listing. 
As owner has been trans¬ 
ferred away from the area, 
there Is a degree of urgency 
about the sale of this prop¬ 
erty. Full price $42,500. 

SIDNEY REALTY 
LIMITED 

PHONE 656-2622 

W. D. MacLeod_656-2001 

J. A. Bruce. 656-2023 


HEARS AND WHSfTK 
OAK BAY REALTY LTD. 
Z1M OAK BAY AVE- 


HUTCHISON COVE 
■3,000 

Saavfaw V4 «cre let aeraae 
from Ttumdarhlrd cuni en¬ 
trance. Choice untouched land. 
OABRIQLA ISLAND 
( 10,000 

Your lama could be right for 
till* ipiendid WATERFRONT 
property. Neat email A-frame 
cottage. Lot lflQkLSQ. Priced 
for speedy till 
TWO ACRES 

CMce laud having a geotls up¬ 
hill aLopa and PERFECT PRIV¬ 
ACY. Partly furni a tied. Small 
cabin. Electricity, electric water 
pump and ngnt* an Shawnl- 
gan Creek. Location, approxi¬ 
mately one long city block away 
from Sbawnlgan Beach. 

MAPLE BAY BEACH 
(3.000 

Sea view, I mlnutea walk from 
atom and marl net Location, 
June hi* of Genoa Bay Rd. and 
Chisholm Troll, 8 ml lea from 
Duncan. Large lot Hydro and 
water, paved road. Terms. For 
further detaila regarding the 
afaova ptaaae call LYNETTE 
DELAHONT, (86-7701 anytime. 
WOODED WONDERLAND 
18 MINS TO TOWN 
1% ACRES 

Over 1ST road frontage on thla 
lovely t reed tot to an ares cov¬ 
ered tv certain reatricUona to 
Protect «ba value of your future 
Herne The laat one ready for 
aala and prlcaB to ad at 83,000. 
For further Information pleaae 
rat MARGUERITE SCHILL or 
LYNETTE DELAHUNT, 185-7701 
anytime. 


OOMTOKT AND OO NV E WEM CE 

li the worU tor thla aaSd eew 8- 
bedroam heme in Sidney. Complete 
wth fireplace, aundeck, haaement 
for exnaaricn, large k* on aewera 
and lota of extras 
FOR ONLY t2S,m 

CENTRAL SAANICH SEA VIEW 
Overlooking Inland View Beach la 
thla excellent modem 4-bedroom. 2- 
hathrocm home on Vi acre hikalde. 
Shake roof, brick front, twin 
carport, fiteriatd rec. room, work- 
dap, etc. and a panoramic view 
are aome of the feature!. Lower 
floor could ha eoperate suite. 

ONLY 181,800 

For frwaa and other hornet on the 
Saanich PwdnaUa, pleaae call: 

■Horn K. DHOBT S98-M27 
SAANICH FEND*SHEA 
PROPERTIES LTD. 
fin Sidney, acnaaa f r o m Safeway) 


SLEEP BY THE CREEK 
AWAY FROM IT ALL 

Ah! How restful. No telephone*, no 
nolae other than the aound of 
rushtnf water. TMa dean log cabin 
with ha rock fireplace ti the only 
war to live. Trod In the atream 
ana 10 ecru of towering Umber. 
SPOKE Vine— only 10 min. drive 

SOUNDS GREAT? 

IT IS GREAT 1 
B you want a Hde-s-way. fid* la 
111 Aatdng (14,300 with a minimum 
at 81.000 down. For more informa¬ 
tion call: 

CUFF S ALMOND 
885-1448 477-3626 

GARDNER AGENCIES LTD. 

BRENTWOOD 
Properties Ltd. 

7183 W. Saanich Rd. 
Your Brentwood Bay Realtor 
for properties and insurance. 

652-1141 


GORDON HULME LTD. 

Your Saanich 
Peninsula Realtor 

ALSO OPEN SATURDAYS 
MM B ea rn * A vs., Sidney 4561151 


OPPORTUNITY n KNOCKING I 
Tare had roam . ftrt haaement home 
k plaaaant cnMu, mi pin, a epare 
lot wtdeh can ba built on. held, or 
DM <» the market Immediately. 
Aatdng only HM0Q total prioe and 
rnm to offara. 

Jack May hie or Jim Lofafa 
want 

Crown Realty, C. D. Peakar Hoid- 
tegn Ud-. 1408 Doggtaa 8L _ 

SOOKE >4 ACRE 

OD0 i rods wUb •ml- 

M * m w rr\ mT<5om *> 


WATERFRONT 
SUMMER OR 
RETIREMENT 

King me treed lot, good cafe 
beach, power, water system: lo- 
St Ship;* Point, 20 milea 
•outh of Courtenay. Price 37,700- 
term*. 


DEEP BAY 
WATERFRONT LOTS 

<. Jii M h Mi popular 
subdivision, year-round monrog^ 
•andy be»che*. oyMen, dam*, 
Mimon fishing, water lystem in: 

Bowier area. Price 
88.950, terms, (70 down, (TO 
monthly. 

GALLEON BEACH 
HORNBY ISLAND 

Large treed lota, terrific view, Meal 
aummAc or retirement Priced at 
(3,980 aa**. term* (40 down. (40 
monthly, Contact Jack Coates or 
Frank H. McLaughlin tor brochurea 
on the above ada —evea. 756-7872 
or 7SB-5U2, ao. Nanaimo Realty 
Co. Ltd., IT Church Street Na¬ 
naimo, B.C. 


SHAWNIGAN LAKE 
ESTATE SALE 
MUST BE SOLD 

Nicely treed Island with aou«d 
•urnmer cottage sitting high with 
cnmmarllng view Plumhlng and 
electricity, excellent wharf and 
boat home. Immediate possession, 
aome terma. Luting at *19,83a 
Pica* call Mr. Cuatance, (83-3481 
anytime. 


350' WATERFRONT 
APPROX. 6 ACRES 

Moat charming cedar aiding home 
with panoramic view and ahaoluta 
seclusion, 3-bedroom accommoda¬ 
tion. 2 full bathroom!, large 
beamed celling living room, aepa- 
rate (Bn)ns room, den. kitchen and 
utility. One ct the few up laland 
w otarfront propertlea available. 
FuU Information from Mr. Cua¬ 
tance, 885-2482. 

BvAntertcn, Stewart Clark Ltd. 


SPECTACULAR 
SEA VIEW i J 

With a aandy beach almoet at your 
doorl 

Thla la a tarrific opportunity tor 
aome lucky lover at to* aea. A tun 
trapping aouth-eaitem expoaure. A 
half acre sylvan setting with ONE 
HUNDRED FEET OF SEA FRONT 
are only a few of the outstanding 
features that go with thla 1,430 aq. 
ft. bungalow at CORDOVA BAY. A 
20 x 22 luxuriously carpeted living 
room, 2 or 1 bedrooms, 3 
bathrooms, and a smart modern 
kitchen, make It an Ideal home for 
the retired coup!* or small family, 
Buy now, don t wait until spring 
rooms the price. Offered at 


Cash Terma or Trade considered 
884-8128 MR. GREENE 3830735 
Pemberton. Holmet Ltd. 


ATMOSPHERE OF 
QUIET DIGNITY 

A home with character that wlH 
grow lovnUar with tha year*. TW* 
luxurious waterfront home hu 2,900 
aq. ft. or living area living room 
has attractive fireplace, dining 
room. A kitchen which la the 
ultimate to convenience and charm. 
Two large bedrooms. Twin taasln 
bathroom. Spectacular a reviews. 
Two 48 ft. aim decks Plus a 
ocxnplete aukr cm ground level with 
fireplace. Separata entrance. 1 acre 
of wooded waterfront land. (49.500. 
Terma 

EDITH SMITH. B6-1827 
Gordon Hut me Ltd., 6561154 


WATERFRONT 
EXQUISITE VIEW 
BEAUTIFUL HOME 
SECLUSION 

SHELTERED, AC CESSIBLH 
WATERFRONT. LARGE SE¬ 
CLUDED LOT. FULLY MODERN. 
FOUR-BEDROOM, TWO-BATH¬ 
ROOM, IMMACULATE HOME 
WITH PICTURE LANDSCAPING 
AND WELL PRICED AT 
147,500 

CALL & W. BRIDGES 
478-1455 3853435 

P. R. BROWN AND SONS LTD. 


CORDOVA BAY 
WATERFRONT LOT 
75 x 250 

Thla I* tha flnaat waterfront lot 
avaUaht* In the Victoria area H 
you want a building rite SHADED 
BY MATURE CEDAR TREES, with 
a BROAD EXPANSE OF LAWN, 
about *2.000 WORTH OF ORNA¬ 
MENTAL SHRUBS AND TREES 
and 75’ OF FINE SANDY BEACH 
hera It I* ! 1 Price (18,800. CaH JIM 
ALLAN, 3*2353 or 478-4042. May- 
fair Realty Ltd- 


COUNTRY RETIREMENT 
100 FT. LAKEFRONT 

30 mirages drive from City Centra. 
Parkllka ground! of .07 acre* with 
an Ideal home of charm and 
Character with 2 or 3 bedrooms. A 
lovely aunnorch overtook* tha lake. 

• Ten fruR trees, chicken cooo. Pony 
•table and vegetable garden. New 

bj* FRANK BUTLERIEvg*. 479- 

^ Pemberton. Holmet Ltd 
_ S84-EU6 

SEA FRONT 

EXCLUSIVE RESIDENTIAL 
AREA 

(Within 4«,-Mile Circle) 

A abt-room roridmra of charm and 
character situated In a top location. 
Price (54,54X1, Fug particular* from 
C J. Harrington. 383-5946, or L. 
Wright. 4790158. Office 3S2-2UR. 
HARRY FOSTER LTD 

ITT SAXK POINT 
Da hike waterfronf home, derigned 
by leading architect to give every 
room _ Ha full share of tha 
magnUleenl view of the queen. 
Acc*>«i to beach and possible 
moortna This nearly consisted 
home ccnlalni over i.eoo aq. ft. d 
extremely well planned Hvfcw area 
on the mate floor. Two bedrooms, 
bath and game* room <* the 
kraw leva! Priced a* 
HO.m Bmnaen and Bowara Co*. 
■tructian lid. 882-7450, 8850388. 

THE YORKSHIRE ft CANADIAN 
TRUST IJMirED 
737 Fort stmt 
8884BU 

J'raawf'r**. pntomfiea: oaa rtth 

1-7 R _s=i Sw Other 180 - at 
nrtu furt. Easy access to beach 
at an aatotog price of only (M.7S0 
each vflh *4,500 down. Here 1* a 
J£H«I Inwrabnenf. Phone A. W. 
3KARP, Rea. tKWBfL 


BREATHTAEINQ MOUNTAIN 
VIEWS 

AND THE 8XA 


AH ACRES OH McTA' 





WATHtFROKT 

FROKKTIES J 

wxnman prop*r- 
ON Magic Lake <* Ncrth 
kkel One baa a km*y 2 - 

toena <s slab, aome tend- 


: easily oonvsrBhte a 
• tier and riectrtdty 

la LxraOaail swimming, 
firirtfa. ate. to a secluded 
«1 aaltlng. Cal DON 
■i. H4H or SUM IfUton 
iAL. M W. Uh ft, North 




DEEP COVE 
WATERFRONT 


a actatoJ haarti. good boat mooring 
and year-roral fh rtng Aaldna 

(n.sso. mi itff Mil, Nun 
dr M-SXT9. Jobnatt* A Co. 

UNIQUE WATERFRONT LOT. A 

$&?££ Z 5 rtu« 

half a rt ritorad heaeh. southern 
u aoaaa. a daaaa US lira pare 
Mad. Tor art* (MOM or trade tor 
M trtw horni wth torge lol tr 


ELK LAKE 

Lonkfaw (or tha perfect huSdtag 
■11*7 This 1* a* Ooae a* you may 
find. 1.4 acra* trend seclusion 
overlooking lake and Bit Baker. 
Swimming, boating, fishing, 2 miles 
of lake shore. Trails at your 
doorstep- Only IB minutes to city 
centre. Sea if on Forest Hill Rft, 
eft Oldfield (U300. Phot* 856-5494. 

TOWNER BAY 

An a<y* of lovely waterfront prop¬ 
erty. 8 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, patio. 
Baaemwd ExcaDsrf condition J. C. 
L Edwards. Sfl-1506 

SPARLING REAL ESTATE 

Prime watorfrert parcel of 1(0 
acre* to Curtail pt, North Saartch 
Ha* SU ft aafvrfwrt to select 
area Ajktog *40. non 
■S6-US4 Mr. ElweS 4774981 
GORDON HULME LTD.. SIDNEY 

OORDOW HEAD 

Over SST secluded panoramic view, 
138,500. Principals only. Victoria 
Pram, Box 144 

WATERFRONT 

( bedroom, targe older bourn, tSOOt 
down. Kay a< lam Madrons Drive 
aax* to property. 


WATERFRONT 

PROPERTIES 


WATERFRONT 

125 feel 1.8 acrei on Gordon Head 
Water and hydro Secluded site, 
Majastlo view* from thl* upper 
bracket Incetlon. 110.000 384-S12A 

DESMOND HOLMES. 478-1227. 
Pemberton. Holme* Ltd 

TsaT wanted ro but 

HOUSES 


I NEED LISTINGS 

Busina** Is good to real (state 
I need mors listings, peopia 
call every day tor home* 1 
havn't «rt. 

FOR INSTANCE 

No. 1-4 need a Muel *• 
bixlrtsanwl Ihvn* i-kwa- lu M. 
Joseph* ll»*i«llal. tkt hag), hd 
retired la.t> Os 11 |<M.' *•<«• 

down Up l» S»VMl *,>*» i»* 
LrDriix 3*hW*U .w M H.V 

No. 8 Reoubv a toiga <4d*r 
h.ima in F»irhel«i Muri h*v* 
haih on ma* t»«v INu* 1 
hdrisun on main Ai i«*n.v 
Iwilritaiit aa *v>a«il>»a uiv buy 
rraamaNe *#Va Cell U» 
LaDriW. SNt ,v 

No 8 -4 raqok* a 4 t witte art. 
block. Any r*vt reniai «ica 
t’uivhaaer ran nay up lo 


F.v «iy of ih* abov*. nr If you 
haw a tokisn lo M call 
any me I netvr rtryp 

LEN LoDOUX 

Byrte Price A Aasnrlsia* LtA 

382-9852 - 385-24M 


HAVE YOU A HOUSE TO 
SUIT OUR NEEDS! 

1— Does anyone have an older, J- 
bedroom home In lha Vic High 
area up to ( 12,002 

2- Have cUent for large older home 
which would be mutable for 
converting to duplex. 

8—All ca* or ca* to mortgage for 
2-bedropm, na-haaement home. 
(12415,000. 

(-Family with (7,000 down, tor a 
home with low Interest mtg. 

Please call BARBARA HUNT. 8HB- 

018 or JOYCE MILLER. 477-610. 
Byron Price A Associate! Ltd. 

386-3456 


SELL NOW—2 REQU'D 

FAIRFIELD - OAK BAY 
GORDON HEAD 
CEDAR HILL 

I or 4 bdr. ham* for Dec. or Jut 
poaiCMlon. 

(20,000 to (35,000 

885-3458 

DON PATTERSON 
Byron Price A Associates Ltd. 



CASH IMMEDIATELY FOR 
YOUR HOME WITH POS¬ 
SESSION NOW OR AT A 
LATER DATE TO SUIT 
YOU. JACK HENDERSON, 

J, A. HENDERSON 
REALTY LTD., 385-9741. 


GRANDMOTHER AND HER 
POODLE WANT A NICE TWO 
BEDROOM. NO-STEP HOME, 
SMALL LOT IN ANY NICE AREA 
- WILL PAY UP TO (20.000 
CASH. 

ALSO NEED TWO 2-BEDRM. 
HOMES WITH BASEMENT. (30,000 
FOR CASH CLIENTS 

P. WH ELDON 385-7781 ANYTIME 
D. F. Hanley Agencies Ltd. 


WE WILL PAY CASH 
FOR YOUR HOME 
OR PROPERTY 

and transfer part at your equity aa 
prepaid rent in the beautiful Sim- 
coes. Balance to YOU In CASH. 
OH The Slmcoea 385-3UL far 
further Information. 


IN A HURRY TO SELli? 

Beat thing to da — hot yunr lvna* 
an Multiple Listing. You gat speedy 
action becauia every Realtor I* 
town I* selling for you - and you 
can be aura of full value for your 
property Sea any member <f tha 
Victoria Real Eatsta Board. 


WEV* GOTTA HAVE A HOME I 
If ycu have a nice house on a 
quiet street — 2 or 1 bedrooms, 
maybe ven a fireplace and dining 
area, and will consider renting with 
option to purchase to hard working 
young couple, pleam call 478-5K& 
Private. 


WANTED 

A 2-bedroom retirement cottage 
without atepa and no basement in 
any idea area up to 05,000. Call Al 
Scfheraa at 3854771 anytime. 
Brown Eton 

WANTED — 2-BEDROOM 
HOME m FAIRFIELD OR 
OAK LANDS AREA. UP TO 
05.€00. IAN A BOORMAN, 5H6- 
7521 ANYTIME OR RES 388- 
60S4. 

BOORMAN INVESTMENT 

OO. LTD. 


URGENTLY NEEDED 

Itoplax. rtda by rtda g eferrad. Any 
(Ml area Flaw pbena MRS. 
Speers ass-ptTL 

Johnson ft Co 


CASH CLIENTS 

Wll pay ail casb or cash to 
mortgage tor your 2 or I-bedroom 
home with haaement If possible. 
Call victor Wong, 385-3458 or 473- 
6569. Byron Pries and Aasoclatea 
Ltd 


PRIVATE 

Wantsd: 8bed room boms. Cadbpro 
Bay, Gordon Head or Oak Bay, i* 
to *35,000. Principals only. Victoria 
Press, Box 155. 


4-BEDROOM OLDER HOME IN 
good condition. Oak Bay-Falrfleld 
araaa. n Xm ianlisl down myment 
available. MS-5884 


PRIVATE. WANT OLDKH HOME. 
W1S pay carti SCI 


154 PROMUTY FOR SALK 


Cto Wallace Drive, near Mantoant 
Rd.. two nloely treed lota cn piped 
water. Various dimensions, M.tXn 
each. 

*36-1154 Mr. Elweli 477-3988 
GORDON HULME LTD., SIDNEY 


CORNER LOT. CENTRAL SAAN 
Icti. apprasrlmatefy U acre, (5.700. 

CWI (B*auft 


DOT 3. SBCnOK 54. PLAN Mtoft 
Tkgdax Band, (8,300 gnatoft 


154 FROPIRTY FOR SALI 

OLYMPIC VIEW 
Albert Head — Cliff Drive 
(see new Road off Duka Road) 

SIX ONLY 2-ACRE SITES! 

ROLLING MEADOW 
HIGH WITH VIEWS! 

ONLY (8,500 EACH! 

(860 DOWN — (75 PER MONTH 
To secure rour choice... 

BUI? NOW” 

Exclusive Agent* 

B.C. LAND 

& Investment Agency Ltd. 

822 Government St. _ MM66 8 

SEA VIEW 
SECLUSION 

OVER ** OF AN ACRE OF 
WOODED SECLUSION OFFERING 
KXOTIG' SEA VIEW SHOULD 
MAKE THrS APPEALING TD THE 
EXECUTIVE TYPE BUILDER 
INDIVIDUAL. PHONE NOW 
SEE THLS NEW EXCLUSIVELY 
LISTED PROPERTY IN THE TEN 
MILE POINT AREA. 

TOM DUNCAN 
477-2462 385-8731 

Crown R«»tty, G. D. Paaker 
Holding* Lt d., 14 03 Douglas 8t 

MAKE YOUR OFFERS: 

"RAEFOOT-70x144, 

prro tolled (7.00(1 

MANZER ROAD—90x240 .....$3,200 

MELODY PLACE-* acre .. *2 900 
ROCKY POINT-2 acres ....*4.000 

WILLIS POINT-3 acres .*6,000 

CtHlD iVA HAY ROAD- 

MxlST . *6.900 

• 2 ACHES OFF GRANVILLE *12,000 
CHERRY POINT 

WATERFRONT lot .*11,950 

ROYAL OAK 13 acres _*165,000 

A. KLENMAN, 382-4693 
Royal Oak Properties Ltd. 
_ 479-1661, 385-0022 _ 

"ESQUIMALT LOT" 

80 x 120 Senview. Sewer. *8.600. 
MRS. SIMPSON 182-8117 

**2!4 ACRES" 

Cleared, fem-d creek. *9.900. 
MRS. SIMPSON 382-8117 

"SALT SPRING ISLAND" 
Approximately BO ACRES farm land, 
Seavlew (65 ft on a main roads. 
Near St. Marys Lake. MRS, 
SIMPSON 582-8lit. 

NEWSTEAD REALTY LTD. 


ROCKHEIGHTS 

SUBDIVISION 

8 Lo4s will b* placed on tha market 
at 9 am. Wednesday. November 6th, 
1968, Price* range from *5,800 ta 
(*•190 Lots will be fully serviced. 
Including sidewalks, paved itreets, 
aewera, etc. Information and plan* 
msy be obtained from tha Municipal 
Hall, phoue 385-2461 

CORPORATION OF THE TOWN¬ 
SHIP OF ESQUQtALT. 

Eiqulmslt, B.C., 

October 34th, 1968. 


V.L.A. PROPERTIES 

I have several good open proper¬ 
ties, half acre to 5 acres. Qualified 
for VLA Price *3,501 to *4,500. Abo 
soma good homes In had acre to 1 
acre, ranging from *12,0)0 to 
*1*1,50) wUh and without basement. 
They qirtllfy. 


884-4983 D. I* Maodcnefi R8R-S353 


PEDDER WOODS 

Off Rocky Point Road 
2, 3 and 4 Acres 
SEA VIEW LOTS 
$4,000 - $7,000 


FIVE LOVELY LOTS 

Scenic, treed. THREE on aewer to 
new development, near LAKE HILL 
SCHOOL Priced from (6,90) to 
*7,500, each arrotrtng to ala and 
location Building terma wMl ba 
considered. 0*11 today. 

(84-Mat MOL GREENE 8850188 
PEMBERTON, HOLMES LIT). 


THE YORKSHIRE ft CANADIAN 
TRUST LIMITED 
737 Fort btoeet 
SJH-tOH 

SEJMEY 

Clnae In. A nice budding lot. 
60 x120-, asking d,50G ca*. Act 
quick to tha one- Phone A. W. 
SHARP, Res mt-I94L 


VERY INTERESTING 

This (O'xLar light Industry zoned 
lot Is UNIQUE to that It baa 
frontage on THREE STREETS — 
Erie. Dallas, and Ontario. Prica 
*16.000 or YOUR OFFER. Don 
Bacon 385-2458 Byron Prica ft 
Associate! Ltd. 


APARTMENT LOT 
FOR 22 SUITES 

VANCOUVER STREET — At 
present ha* Income from good 
rentals to duplex and other torge 
hnme. Price (SK.im R. ROST. 479- 
18GB, Office M5-0CB2 (31 Hr a.) J. a 
Royal Oak 'Properties Ltd. 


SCENIC VIEW LOT 
$5,700 

NRA approved, and to an area of 
rtcentiy hritt. good quality homes, 
the owner will consider trading this 
clear title lot as all or partial 
down payment on a small housa 
Call BETTY SILVER at 3863231. 


SALT SPRING 
V% ACRE 

Lovely treed lot, lakcvtow Just an 
yards from swimming and fishing, 
*2,960. 

DICK JAMES, 385-2481 
_Sxtoerton, Stewart Ctorit Ltd 

METCHOSIN 

IS acres corner property, possible 
commercial plus lovely secluded 
home tote with if*am thru corner. 
Asking *12,500. Phone MRS. 
SPEERS 38S-247L Johnston ft Co 


OFF ROY ROAD 

Nkrt lot overlooking meadows and 
hills. Country atmosphere. Ooae to 
town. *2,700. Flo PeUtog, 3864401. 
384-94*7- Shirley PMlps' Homeflnd- 


OCKDON HEAD 

Chnlca twildtog Mi to area of anod 
homes. On sewer, call GWEN 
KARS Of NEWHIBUD REALTY 
LTD. 

382-8117 or 477-608* 


WATERVIEW METCHOSIN 
Nlcefy treed level brtldtog lot ftt 
frontage on quit* oul-de-iar. Excel¬ 
lent terms on the price of *5,000. 
For m ore information phone 
FREDDY ffDARKE, 886^231 or 382- 
5872 BLOCK BROS. REALTY LTD. 

CXIMMERdAL — HOafflOCf “ 
Near Mayfair, a rirasbla Idt with a 
large home. Ideas for warehouae. 
wholeaals outlet, light manufactur¬ 
ing, etc. or a good Inkling. Offer* 
Invited. LBO .VA5DYK, 8854(73. 
Johnston ft Co. Ltd. 





SnTT 





CHOICE FULLY SERVICED LOTS 
on Cedar B1U Rd., near .Torquay 
Drive For aala by owner. Patna 
Office **4133 or Rea (83001 


V.L.A. APPROVED LOT. % ACRE 
beautiful im. secluded. Ten Mil* 
Point *10,000 or best offer. 477-B27. 


VALUABLE LOT, ROCKLAND 
area, rtoae to Government Houm. 
By owner. 3044042. 


1U ACRE, 0.800, 8 MILES TO 
c4ty centre 3S4-1S48. 


TWO OAK BAY LOTS 

1 With seavlew 354-0157 


154 PROPERTY FOR SALI 

OOLWOOD — METCHOSIN 
ACREAGE LOTS 

Many to chooee from. AH with 
large (roes. Some With v4e»y 2 fuH 
earns each. Ciose to everything. 

From *5,500. 

479-1097 (Office) 3*4022 (34 Hra) 

MRS. W. McKEAGE 
479-5868 

679-1897 (office) 5850022 (3t Hra) 

BEAUTIFUL 2-ACRE 
SEA VIEW LOT 

High treed aeavtow building *Ste. 
Newly paved road In. The price 
Includes your own tea access and 
boat ramp to rtielberad anchorage. 
Ttila area offer* de luxe homes to 
an exrlirtve area. Full price 
*12.900. For appointment* to view 
call GRANT MfiCFAHLANE. ?«- 
.7515, RES. 386-8093. ISLAND 
HOMES LTD. 


BUILD ON THESE LOTS 

Lake toll .*3500 

10 Mila Point .*8500 

Well will have lot* to Gordon Bead 
available soon Dawn payment 
(NHA) from about *3,000 (Including 
lot) oo s and 4-bedroom homes. 
Built by Tech Designed Home* Lid. 

Call H. Price, 385-2458 
Byron Prica ft Associate* Ltd. 


PROPFRTY FOR SALE 

t Revenue Properties oft three 
adjoining 60x135 ft. loti Excellent 
revenue from housekeeping rooms 
A real good holding property for 
development. Must be sold Offered 
at 140,000 with good tarma Phona 
FRANK BUTLER, Pemberton 
Holmet Ltd. 384-812( or Evaa 479- 
7377. 


TRAILER LOTS 

Good lots, 1 ready for a trader. 
C*y water, ct ca e to Florence Lake 
Low D.P. (3,500. 

MRS. W. McKEAGE 
479-5866 

479-1897 (office' 385-0022 (34 Hn.) 
Royal Oak Properties Ltd. 

CITY 

1 ACRE COMMERCIAL 

284 foot frontage on Oak fit reel. 
Just off Douglas St Very suitable 
for motor car company. Must ba 
acid (75,000. Phone 

ROY E. HILLS 

3854741 

Northwestern Sacurltles Ltd. 


ASQUITH ST. — Between Ryan 
anil Kings, on aewer. Make an 
offer. 

IAN A BOORMAN, 3M-7HH. 
BOORMAN INVESTMENT OO. LTD. 


*15$ PROPERTY WANTED 


FULL CASH PRICE 


1. 40 to 50 suite apartment 
site, roned and ready to build 
on in James Bay, Fairfield, 
Saanich or Sidney. 

2. Commercially zoned prop¬ 
erty well located in Victoria, 
Col wood, Saanich or Sidney. 
My client represents a large 
syndicate anxious to put 
money into action. Please 
call BEN McLEOD, 385-8731 
ANYTIME. 

Crown Realty. O. D. Peakar 
Holdtafti Ud., 14fi6 Douglas St. 


DESPERATE! 

HOW ABOUT THAT SPARS 
LOT BESIDE YOUR HOU3K7 
WE WILL PAY SPOT CASH IF 
IT IS SUITABLE FOR A NEW 
HOUSE! 1 

CALL NOW1 LEN WARDLB, 4T7446S 
FRASER CONSTRUCTION LTD, 


"THE LOT MAN- 
NEEDS LOTS 

D you have a lot, land fa 
subdivide, across* or farm to sail 
— I have a genuine waiting list ai 
buyers. 

Call Terry Fortune at REALCARK 
ESTATES LTD., 822 Cormorant St, 
TeL 388-7733. or Rea 477-1229. He's 
AN OLD HAND WITH LAND! 


CASH FOR YOUR ACREAGE 
AND LOTS 

WE WANT TO BUILD ON THEM, 
WE MEAN BUSINESS! 

WE WANT AN APARTMENT STTl 
CLOSE IN. WE PAY CASH. 

KASAPI CONSTRUCTION Ca Ltd. 
(88-ffigl 


LOTS WANTED 

WANTED TO BUY FOR CASH. 
HOMES [TES WANTED IN ALL 
DISTRICTS OUICK DECISIONS 
CALL DON MESSAGE NOW. 477- 
*713 or 385-77SL 

D. T. Hanley Agencies Ltd. 


HAVE YOU A VACANT LOTt 

You can reoatva (600 plus fix vatos 
of your lot, ta our profit ahartog 
programme. Call now <73-3005 


programme. 

Private. 


WANTED: APARTMENT BUILD- 
Ing site, Oak Bay. Private Victoria 
Press, Box 1SL 


APARTMENT SITE WANTED 2541 
suites 477-2288. 


155 ACREAGE FOR SALI 
AND WANTED 


$336 PER ACRE 

INVESTORS —DON'T PASS 
UP THIS CHANCE FOR 
THIS HOLDING PRO¬ 
PERTY. UP TO 140 ACRES, 
M MILE EAST SOOKE RD. 
FRONTAGE. ASKING 
ONLY $47,060. TERMS. 
CALL NOW. PAT DOERK- 
SEN at METROPOLITAN 
REALTY LTD., 386-3585. 


1 ACRE LOT 
TREED AND SECLUDED 

"head and buM yuur Orma 
tmm oo Ma tow* vfaw tot to to. 
Antorxx-a ana You wont tw a m . 
Full Price only *5500 

Bicn* Waily Mlllgan, 88&8T7S! 
torn Realty, G. D. Praia*- 
Holding! Ltd.. 1)405 Dot«lai SL 


TOWNER PARK ROAD 
Two adjacent 5-acrs Iota — mostly 
1 cleared, ideal for ho r sea Largs 
reservoir with underground Irriga¬ 
tion system. Small 5room cottage. 
Mountain view* and glimpses of 
»>e aea. Call MARY JAMES of 
Newitead Realty tor further infor¬ 
mation: 

K 2-8117 or sa-iau 


ACREAGE WANTED 

J have aavaral clients who keep 
horses all wanting acreaga — caa 
be with or without house — with a 
* or 4-bedroom home. 3 clients will 
gJJ' ‘o (3U.OOO and another up to 
*30,000. Please call MRS. MARY 


156 ACREAGE FOR IALI 
AND WANTED 

MARKET GARDENERS 
INVESTORS 

ILLNESS REC RETFULLY TER- 
MINATES long established 
BUSINES S- Fruit and market 
garden. WITHIN 6-mDe circle. Scien¬ 
tific organic feeding plus unlimited 
water produces terrific crops eco¬ 
nomically on 8.9 ACRES 850 fruit 
frees, a ton* at thornless black- 
perne* (sold), S tnnj of straw¬ 
berry rhubarb (told). Veffelablei 
by Use ton established markets for 
everything. All farm and irrigating 
•qtupmenL a bedroom home and 

SWaS3B*7-"Si rn was 

lnterM t and taxes. NO 
DRIVE-BYS. MRS. LA LONDE wlU 

.told_make appointments 

Phona 388-3231 or 384-6758 

BLOCK BROS RIEALTY LTD. 


62 ACRES 

800 FT. OF LAKEFRONT 
$69,000 

MOUNTAIN STREAMS. 
MASSIVE TOJSS, AND BREATH- 
TAKIMG VTEWS PLUS 800 FT. 
OF LAKEFRONT JUST 30 MIN. 
FROM VICTOR BA BOUND LUCE 
A DRBAM? rr IS! PHCWE ME 
ANYTIME TOR MORE INFOR¬ 
MATION. 

JOHN E. THOMSON 
385-7761 

PS.: I ALSO HAVE SEVERAL 
S HAWNI GAN LAKE PROPERTIES 
LETTED. 

D .F. Hanley Agencies Ltd. 


CASH FOR ACREAGE ADJACENT 
to sewer. Kasapl Const.. 388-81*1. 


2 ACRES, B KOUM CABIN. 478- 
S349. 

157 UP-ISLAND PROPERTltS 


COTTAGE and ACREAGE 
MERVILLE-COURTNEY 

5-room modem cottage, 138 acres 
10 acre lake, float and ramp. 40 
acre* of meadow. *73,000 with 
terms BARL MeLACHLAN. 
BLOCK BROS REALTY LTD. 386- 
3281 or 388-9036. 


1S9 GULF ISLANDS 
PROPERTIES 

PENDER ISLAND 

3- bedroom modern home. LMng 
room has oak floors. Kitchen with 
dinette, basement, allo-maUr lieaJ- 
tag. 4-rtece colored bath. Beauti¬ 
fully landscaped. Situated eti 1.44 
acres Net taxes only *1. Priced to 

■ell «« (14.000. Terma 

2-acre kit neer Scots Lair Marina 
at Browning Harbour. 380 road 
trertaae, *2,986. 

4- rorxn home near Hops Bay, 
*4.900- 

100 1 w nt rrf r oif an Browning Har¬ 
bour. Rwr, good road. (6,900; 

rRED McLaughlin 

*85-7116 Burma Realty 4790803 
1802 Cook St 


ODD OBJECTS FnW REALTY 
buyer* ta OassUtad Ada For fail 
■trine ra n t s Oboo* BSt-SlEL 




158 FARMS FOR SALE AND 
WANTED 


SAANICH DAIRY FARM 
31 ACRES 

Operating Dairy and Poultry Farm 
on the corner of two paved roads 
with renovated 6 room stucco home 
and building* *nd facilities tor 30 
head of Dairy stock and 700 
chickens Thera 1* an overflowing 
well and a llva creek through the 

E operty which glvea ample water 
r extensive Irrigation. The full 
nrice of thla lovely farm la only 
(80,000. The farm can be purchased 
a* a going concern with all stock 
and equipment, together with milk 
and egg quota For further parMcu- 

TOM BROCK 385-3411 

Ker ft Stephenaon Ltd. 


SOOKE ROAD FARM 

35 acre* half rich farm land. 
Baton* Ngi view proper ty . Year 
round stream. Nearly new 3- or 8- 
bedroom home. Only U miles out 
Etaorttor* terma 

MRS. W. McKEAGE 
479-5868 

9790087 (Office) 886-0000 (94 Hn*} 
Royal Oak Propartle* LM 


CHICKEN RANCH 
10 ACRES 

CENTRAL SAANICH 

104 o*ae quota — Cages for 11,000 
hens Fully automatic poultry 
house*, brooder hou*e and feed 
houae. Part acreage In loganberries 
and fruit trees Fine houee with 9 
bedrooms and two bathrooms. To 
view call DON or MARGARET 
MacCLEMENT, W93231 or 653-2210. 
BLOCK BROS. REALTY LTD. 



1st GULF ISLANDS 
PROPERTIES 


CANADA 

P 

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Trust Company 
1125 Douglas SL 

“BnKVJOrNG 03AST TO COAST’ 

LOOK WHAT WE HAVE 
ON SALT SPRING ISLAND 

gorr. ot aautiuB water- 
fWWT w Sh a 3-trtrm. home, plus 
* Gue rt O cttagee. your own beach 
•fW n iopm ge for your yart^i 
J™ -Jf r , LAKEFRONT on 
Westoo Late, a 4-room baaement 
5213 .V*'**' Concearton 

Sand, wring fed pool and room to 
BAM end ej®and. 

S3 ACRES OF FARM LAND — 
Anprox. 15 aeree cleared. Potential 
tarome ftran treee and nravri veto. 
Pei-petual rtream runs tfgmigh 

prtgxrty. 

Fbr further 
taframat'on please call 

MRS. MARY WOOD 

Ofllce BBSdlMI Rea 477-5507 


SALT SPRING ISLAND 
LOTS 

(1) Overlooking Ganges Har¬ 
bour, Ideal building site. 

$3700 

(2) Wildwood subdivision — 
approx. M mile from 
Ganges—level and treed 
over % acre. 

$3500 

L. C KNIGHT 385-3435 

P. R. Brown k Sons Ltd. 


NOTICE TO CBKMTOBS 
la the matter el the Kstate s( CHRB- 
TDf* (or TENA) SCTHERLAND. tote 
•f *04 Douglas Street. Victoria. B-C.. 
deceased. 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 
creditors and others having claims 
against the estste of the above-named 
deceased are hereby required to send : 
them to the undersigned executor at ' 
P.O, Box 580, Victoria, B.C, betore the 
3rd day of December, 1968, after whit* 
date the executor will distribute the said 
estate amongst the person* entitled 
thereto, having regard only to the claims 
of which It shall then bava received 
notice. 

THE ROYAL TRUST COMPANY, 
Executor, 

by Crease ft Company, 

Its BeDcItora 

Corporation 

Of The Township Of EtertmaB 
LOCAL IMPROVEMENT 
NOTICE OF INITIATION 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT! 

The Municipal Council Of toe Corpor¬ 
ation of toe Township of Esquimau, In 
pursuance of tot powers contained In . 
Section 589 of toe "Municipal Act” In- , 
tends to construct under local Improve- ■ 
ment the following sidewalks: 

(A) A concrete sidewalk, five feet wide, j 
on toe easterly side of Lsmpaoti . 
Street from toe northerly boundary 
of Old Esquimalt Road to the aouto- 
erly boundary of Devonshire Road. 
The proportion of toe cost of the 
work to be specifically charged 
against the taxable foot frontage of ' 
the parcel* benefittlng I* 100*. The 
estimated cost of the work Is 
*3,945.00, of which toe Corporation 1 * 
share Is *274.00. 

(B) A concrete sidewalk, five feet wide, 
on toe westerly aide of Lampaon 
Street from toe northerly boundary 
of Femhill Road to the acaitheriy 
boundary of Old Esquimau Road. 
The proportion of toe cost of the 
work to be specifically charged 
against toe taxable foot frontage of | 
toe parcels benefittlng I* 100 *. Hie 
estimated cost of the work is 
(1,934,00. 

Repayment of the portion of toe coat 
Of the works to be assessed upon the lota 
abutting on the said works may be paid , 
In cash, without Interest, within thirty [ 
ISO) days after the special aaaesament 
rolls have been certified by the Court of 
Revision, or with Interest In 16 annual 
Instalments. 

Paraona desiring to petition against 
undertaking the said work must do ao 
[on or before 8:00 p.ro. an December 
10th. 19(8. 

J. W. ALLAN, 
Municipal Clerk 

Municipal Hall. 

EeqtdmalL B-C. 

November 7th, 1968 

The Corporatioa af the District ti Raaatch 
NOTICE OF SAANICH MUNICIPAL 
■LECTION — DETTMRIK, IMS 
ELECTION FOR 

ALDERMEN (4) — tww-year terma 
and for 

SCHOOL TRUSTEES, SCHOOL DR 
TRICT Na d (I) tw» jt ars terma 
■art far 

SCHOOL TRUSTEE, SCHOOL DISTRICT 
Na. O (1) — twe-year fasm 
1 PUBLIC NOTICE IS RKHEBY GIVEN 
to tha Electors of tha Municipality at 
Saanich that I require tha pretence of 
the said Elector* at the Office of toe 
Municipal Clerk. Municipal Hall. 779 
Vernon Avenue, Victoria. B.C., on MON¬ 
DAY toe Twenty-fifth <26th) day of 
November, 1968 al 10:00 in the f o renoon, 
for the purpose of electing persons to 
represent them as: Aldermen (41—two- 
year terms; School Trustees School Dis¬ 
trict Na a (J)—two-year tonne and 
School Trustee, School District Na S Cl) 

-two-year term. 

The mods of nomination* of candidates 
■hall ba aa follows: 

Candidates shall be nominated fat writ¬ 
ing by two duly qualified electors of toe 
Municipality- Tht nomination paper shall 
be delivered to tha Returning Officer at 
any time between tha date of this notice 
and txxxi of toe day of nomination. The 
nomination paper may be In toe form 
prescribed to the '"Municipal Act”, and 
shall state the name, residence and occu¬ 
pation of toe person nominated In auch 
manner a* to sufficiently Identify auch 
candidates. Tha nomination paper shall 
be subscribed to by tha candidate 
In tha event of a Poll being necessary, 
such Poll shall be opened on toe seventh 
(7th) day of December, 1968 al toa fol¬ 
lowing places: 

Cloverdale School, Quadra Street 
Frank Hobbs School, Haro Road 
Glantard School, Glanford Avenue 
Gordon Head Elementary School, 

Kenmore Road 
Lanadcmne Jr. High School 
Lanadowna Road 
Cordova Bay Elementary School 
Cordova Bay Road 
SL Joseph's Parish Halt, 

Burnside Road, West 
Mount View High School, Carey Road 
Prospect Lake Community Hall, 

Spartan Road 

Royal Oak Secondary School 
West Saanich Road 

SL Luke's HaD, Cedar Hill Cross Rand 
SL Martin’ s-ln-the-Fleldi HaD, 

Obed Avenue 

THlIcum School Orillia Street 
And such Polling places shall he open 
b e tween the hewn of EIGHT O'CLOCK 
AM and EIGHT O'CLOCK PH 
An Advanced Poll shall be open at toe 
Municipal Hall on toa fifth (Shi and 
ilxth (8th) days of December, 1988 be¬ 
tween the hours of NINE O'CLOCK AM. 
and FIVE O'CLOCK P.M. 

Of which every person I* hereby re¬ 
quired to taka aotlaa and govern hlmartf 
accordingly. 

GIVEN under my hand at Victoria. 
British Columbia this sixth (6to) day of 
November, 1961 

GORDON HAYWARD, 
Returning Officer. 


Shuts Down 

VANCOUVER (CP)—Vancou¬ 
ver Iron and Engineering works 
has closed Its operations and 
told its 150 employees not to re¬ 
turn to work until notified. A 
company official said die clo¬ 
sure resulted from a dispute 
between the company’s owner 
and the Imperial Bank of Com¬ 
merce. He said the situation 
wa* probably temporary. 

IN THE 

COUNTY COURT OF VANCOUVER 

llOLBKN AT VANCOUVER. RC. 
Between 

OSTROM-S MACHINE SHOP LTD., 

Plaintiff, 


J. W. FORRESTER (also known as 

LLOYD FORRESTER, and FRANCES 

E. FORRESTER, Defendants. 

TAKE NOTICE that a Plain* and Sum¬ 
mon! baa been laaued againat you, J. W. 
Forrester (also known aa Lloyd For¬ 
rester) for recovery of a debt cased by 
you to toe Plaintiff in toe amount of 
(438 90, arising out of aervteas and repalra 
performed and materials supplied to you 
by Ihe plaintiff. 

And an order has been made by Bis 
Honour Judge Schulte for service upon 
you, aubitltutlonally by publication of 
notices of the Plaint and Summon* to two 
consecutive Saturday Issues of dally 
newsnaper* circulating In the Cities of 
Victoria and Vancouver. 

TAKE NOTICE that you have fourteen 
deys after publication to Ola a Dispute 
Note at toe Court House. 800 West 
Georgia Street Vancouver, B.C. Judg¬ 
ment will be delivered upon you an your 
default 

DATED at Vancouver, British Columbia, 
this 4th day of November, A.D. IKK 
_ DISTRICT R EGISTRAR. 

NOTICE TO CREDITORS 
HERBERT HARTLEY HADGETT. far- 

marly of Glnnamrry Private Hospital, 

1780 Fairfield R amt, Victoria, B.C. 

de c eased. 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 
creditor! and others having claims 
againat toe estate of the above deceased 
are hereby required to send them to the 
undersigned executor at P.O. Box 8B0, 
Victoria, B-C, before toe 13to day at 
December, 1968, after which date tbs 
executor will distribute tha add estate 
among the parties entitled thereto, having 
regard only to tha claims of which R 
then has notice. 

THE ROYAL TRUST COMPANY. 
By Hs Solicitors 
Sullivan, Smith ft Bigelow, 

503 - 645 Fort Street, 

Victoria, B.C 


NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND OTHER* 
BERTRAM FE BRIER KEN KIES, 

Creditors and others having claim* 
against toe estate of Bertram Fender 
Menties deceased, formerly of Suita lL 
2161 Haul lain Street. Victoria, British 
Columbia, are required to tend full par¬ 
ticular* of such claims to Mrs Mabel 
Caroline Merades and Canada Permanent 
Trust Company, executors of tha said 
estate, c/o Canada Permanent Trust 
Company, P.O. Box 1232, Victoria B.C , 
bn ur before the 5th day of December, 
1968, after which date the estate'a assets 
will he distributed, having regard only 
ta claims that have been received. 

MABEL CAROLINE MENZIES, 

CANADA PERMANENT TRUST 
COMPANY, 

P.O. Box UM, Victoria, B.C. 
de VllUara, Jones ft Maraotv 
SoHcUcri of the Estate. 


Forth oo minx 

AUCTION SALE 

To dear tha entire stock of 
Uncle Dudley 1 * Trading Post, 

9732 1st Strut 
SIDNEY* B.C. 

THUB8., NOV. 14—7 :M p.m. 
TOURS., NOV. *1—7:3* pan. 

For details phone: 

Cainlry ft City Anotlaa 

478-1791 478-121* 


LUNDS 

CAR 

FURNIS 
BY AUCTION 

TODAY — 9:15 A.M. 
View from 8 a.m. 


1984 FORD GALAXIE 

XL 500 3-Door Hardtop 
Auto, power a tearing and 
brakes. Approx. 43,000 miles, 
reasonable reserve. 

TO BE BOLD at *:1S a-m. 

Major Appliances 
Quantity ot Hardwoods 
Garden Tools 
and Equipment 
Almost New 
Small Power Tools 
"Craftsman" Radial Arm 
Saw 

TOOLS and EQUIPMENT 

From Crown Assets 


SM-SSOI 



British Calanbla Hydra aid Pawar Aatharity 
yjy Invitas Taadart far tha Ftllaarlag 

Description Reference Oaring Data 

Supply, delivery and installation Dispatch Console, System 

Control Centre, Burnaby Mbuntaln, H.C. . CQ 4081 Deo. 18 1981 

Documents available Nov. 18, 19*8 
230KV and 138KV Capacitor Voltage Transformers, various 

substations . ----- -- —CQ 40*4 Dae. M. 1968 

Documents available Nov. 13, 1968 

Shielded Communication Cable-,-............... BQ 8478 Nov. 18 1(88 

178,000 feet H” Black Steel Pipe . BQ 8477 Nov. 38 1988 

Approximately 12 Rubber-tired Tractor Combination, back- 

f_• —A | M >lAra nn “b 11 frwmri triftlllfllnff ftn»f * tnr" 


SALT SPRING ISLAND 

Primely located, high view proper¬ 
ties overtook tag Gang (a Harixxr. 
Foam at cor-half to Three-quarter! 

Acres and csm 4* acres WeU- 
jfaalned. Good water supplies. 
Seclusion ytt otoee to all facilities 
Treed. Moderately priced. Good 


hoe. front-end loaders, on “all found including operator" 

baali lor a one-year period ..... [8478 Dec- 18 1*68 

Sealed t osiers, clearly marked as a hove referenced, will ha received ta Rootn 
888 (for CQs), ta Room 850 (tor BQa), B.C Hydro and Puwsr Authority Building. 
970 Burra rd Street Vancouver L B.C.. until 11:00 noon, clnstag dates a* above. 

Details may ba obtained at Un office of toa Purrharing Department 4th Fkxv, 
970 Burrard 8freet Vancouver J, B.C.. telephone Mutual 8-8711. Local RK 
(tor CQs). Local 338T (for BQs). 


G. H. WILLISCROFT 

882-8117 Of 852-2919 

NEWSTEAD REALTY LTD. 


GULF ISLANDS 

5*5 BOR* on » Mery Lake, toveiy 
SB ft. sand bench, gentis rilope, no 
dttf. Full price (MOOD. Cortacl 
ftst TJrrhere 8(7-41(1 or Cam 
gNteb M»*e limited, Gnogee 


Choice waterfronf lot on SOUTH 
PENDER ISLAND, Panoramic 
southerly views, *18 ft waterfront. 
1.71 acre*, on blacktop road Power 
and telephone available. ( 12 , 000 . 
(SB-1124 Mr. Ehvell 477-3(88 
GORDON HULME LTD., SIDNEY 


-96 ACRE PK*rURlSQUE LOT ON 
Goose Bay. Saltaprlng Island. (3.930 
WUh easy terma. For detail* phone 
4774I79( or J. Spencer, Ganges 6(7- 


COUNTRY R 
& CITY 
AUCTION | 


P SALE 
nc SATURDAY 

ET 1PM 


acres omson or parks- 

rUla, *L«0. 884-4871 


731 Goldstrenm brt_Mi 
Avo., Iritrigford 

BARGAINS GALORE FOR ORE AND ALL 

FURNITURE i Chesterfields, Chrome Suites, Chain, Bed¬ 
room Suites, PLUS: 

TOP GRADE DOUBLE BOX SPRINGS AND MAT* 
TRESSES FROM VICTORIA'S FINEST MOTEL. 
APPLIANCES: Luge, Upright Frnnaw, Stfrlfenton, 
TVs, Ranges, Waabers, ate. 

8-TRACK STEREO CARTRIDGE PLAYER 
I960 MORRIS 1951 CHEV 2-DOOR 

Pina many more lota arriving dally. 

Bring the Family and Have Fan At 
T%e Auction With the Action 
47S-17B1 47S-J.712 47S-I212 


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NOW, don’t oer OFF IN ~ 
A CORNER WITH ALLVCUR GOLF 
BUDDIES AT THIS PARTY. TALK J 
TO PEOPLE 


THERE'S CNlN 
ONt THING 

TO DO— i- 


Its pas lessor dumb — end its 
victim correspondingly mart. 

I formulated this axiom 
while thinking about the male- 
female relationship, but it 
■ppiieS-to others u wekL Why 
is it that then, who know so 
much shout so many tilings, 
know so little about women, 
understand them so poorty, 
and handle them so ineptly? 


Whils women, conversely, 
are exceedingly ahrewd shout 
men, comprehend their mati- 
vatfam, end exploit their 
weaknesses. It is because, 
thro u ghout the long history of 
the race, men have been the 
dominant group and women 
have been in the minority 
position — not numerically, of 


ARTHUR HOPPE in Wonderfuland 


To have power over others course, but socially, eoennm- 
is, in sons way, to become *»■* _ 

— — **“”■ SSMS 

may corrupt, ea Acton warned itself by force it learnt to do 
us. hut even more. It makes 


bo by cunning, by an in¬ 
creased a warn ess of toe com¬ 
plexities end ambiguities In a 
situation, by the same sort of 
tkll against strength that the 
smaller Asiatics display in 
Jiujitsu against their stronger 
and larger opponents. 

♦ * * 

At toe tame time, the 
dominant group gradually be¬ 
comes smug and seif-oongrat- 
ulatory and overconfident of 
its powers — toui, toe success 
of so many revolutions by 
ragged colonial forces against 
imperial powers. 

The British, iCT instance, 
failed utterly to understand 
the needs end demands of toe 
American colonials, end were 
eoundly whipped for their 
complacency. 

What Is loosely called 
Jewish “smartness" or 
" shrewdness," I am con¬ 
vinced, comes fro mthe same 
socfad matrix. Oppressed for 
so many o e n t u rtes, depri v ed 
of political power, and banned 


from military or Judicial* 
poets, the Jews turned their? 
brains to obtaining economic^ 
and financial leverage, which? 
was toe rally avenue open to. 
them. 

This is not a “congenital". , 
trait, since the H ebre ws of tha’-= 
Old Testament were farmers 
end sheepherders, craftsmen, 
and lahorerera, not nearly as 
"smart" as the Greeks of 
their time. 

it-it to 

Likewise, the minority of 
early Christiana was able to 
overthrow toe mighty Roman 
empire, which had grown 
overconfident and Ml with 
power. And, in our own 
century, a mall minority of 
Bolsheviks toppled toe Csarist 
regime in Russia, which had 
completely last tooth with toe 
people. 

Revolutions result more 
from the stupidity of toe 
ruling grotg> toen from the - 
strength of file revolting 
grcwp. 


Packrat Instinct 


They Worshipped Things v 


By M. V. CHESNUT 

In my time, I have' met quite a few 
women who were cansitutionaUy unable 
to throw anything out. No matter how 
useless an article, nor how outmoded a 
garment, they are saved, tucked away 
in trucks or attics or basement against 
the day when they might Just possibly 
came in usftri, 

We gardeners have more than a 
little of this same packrat Instinct in us. 
Many is toe time X have had to do 
battle with myself, after digging up a 
weedy, inferior perennial, before I could 
bring myself to heave it over toe back 
fence. 

Our gardens could be so much more 
attractive If we cradd be a bit more 
ruthless—if we could steel ourselves to 
discard a lot of the older and less 
attractive varieties of plant*-and re¬ 
place them with toe modern products of 
the plant breeder's magic touch. It la 
hard to realize what remarkable 
advance* have taken fdane untH you see 
the old end toe new side by side. 

it it it 

Take the case, for instance, of toe 
Shasta daisy. Autumn wouldn't be 
autumn without this grand Sower In the 
perennial bonder, and I imagine about 
nine out of every ten local gardens 


feature the oM reliable variety Esther 
Reid. 

Now, Esther was quite toe beBe of 
the ball when she made her debut, but 
the old girl is getting a bit long in the 
tooth now, end I don't think you would 
give her a second look alongside some 
of her grandchildren. 

There is Cohham Gold, with creamy 
guard petals and a pale yellow centre. 
Mount Shasta has fuUy double white 
(towers almost twice the size of Esther 
Retd. Marconi, a white semi-double 
flower, is unique in that it blooms twice 
a year, in June and July and again In 
the fall. Wirral Supreme stands three 
feet tall with fine double (lowers fully 
four inches across. 

* * * 

The Oriental Poppy Is a flamboyant, 
eye-catching flower, but the one moat 
commonly seen in our gardens blooms 
In a rather harsh, brick red shade 
which, to my mind, should be given toe 
boot far there are an many attractive 
colors available nowadays. 

Gold of Ophdr, for instance, Is a rich 
golden orange. Heden Elisabeth blooms 
in a pure salmon pink, Susanna fa a 
silvery pink, Beauty of Uvermere 
blooms In dark crimson with black 
blotches, while Salman Glow fa a double 
poppy in orange salmon. Red Flame 


lights up the garden Ike a forth, with 
shining, polished petals In Chinese red. 
None of these varieties is expensive, m 
running around a dollar each. 

I have always had a soft spot In my 
heart for the foxglove, for to my mind 
it is by far the most attractive of the 
.tall plants which can be grown In toe 
shaded parts of the garden. Only too 
often, though, the plants have sefi- 1 ^ 
seeded and deteriorated, with innfiish^ 
florets and Wishy-washy oakxrs. 

★ ★ + tB 

Here again, the odder kink are 
completely outclassed by toe Excelsior 
Hybrids. These are fine, upstanding 
plants with stems utmost as thick « 
your thumb, gfow tng oofcrs, and florets • 
all the way around the stem rather than 
all facing the one way. 

Polyanthus psfinrasew have * habit of 
backsliding over the years if you keep on a 
just lifting and dividing them every \ 
year. The ones with the biggest Bo w er s .* 
. and the beet colors seem to paas quietly ,j 
out of the picture while the more weedy * 
ones multiply and take over. „ 

The trick here is to start a fres h 
batch from really first-class seed every j 
year, feeding the best ones Into your 
crSectfan. At toe same time, a program 
of rigorous selection should be instituted 
at flo w er ing time, giving the oM heave- 
ho to aH the Inferior specimens. 


Once upon a time the 
country called WcnderfiAand 
fen on bad time*. There had 
always been a few poor and 
unhappy people in Wonder¬ 
fuland. But now everybody 
waa poor and unhappy. 

In their hunger and fear 
and depression, the people 
prayed to Mammcn, the gen¬ 
erous God qf AM Things. 
"Bless us with a pientttude of 
Things, O Mafnirnn," they 
prayed, "so that we may be 
eternally happy." 

“Worship Things," replied 
the kindly Mammon, “and I 
shal give you ever y thing you 
went." 

* * * 

So toe people worked hard 
and hsppfiy making Things, 
buying Things, aeffing Things, 
iwfcg Things, breaking 
Things, throwing away Things 
and otherwise worshipping 
Things. 

And Mammon amflingly 


bestowed more and more 
Things upon them to make 
them happy — Things like 
electric back-scratchers, au¬ 
tomatic exercisers, disposable 
kitchens and flush-way toilets 

So most of the people of 
Wonderfuland grew rich in 
Things. UntH finally, they had 
more Things than they knew 
what to do with. 

♦ * ★ 

They had so many Things 
tint they enfidn't think of a 
stogie Thing they really 
needed. Which marie them go 
around kicking rooks, mutter¬ 
ing, “When's tile Ml shout, 
anyway?” 

They had m many Things 
that their children rebelled, 
renounced Things and went 
off to esnoke pot. Which made 
their parents to go all hollow 
inside and mumble, “What 
have I slaved for, anyway?" 

In fact, they had tt> many 
Thtoga that they decided to 
g*v» a few to the people who 


were still poor, so that the 
poor oculd bft up their eyes 
from poverty and behold the 
wonders of toe world. 

And the poor, who had 
always been too busy scratch¬ 
ing out a living to cause 
trouble, lifted up their eyes, 
beheld and said: “Wow! Look 
at all toe Things you've got. 
Give us a fair cut.” 

"Ungrateful wretches," Bald 
the rich. So there were riots 
In streets and arson in the 
ghettoes and hatred striked 
the land. The rich hated toe 
poor, the poor tasted the rich 
and everybody hated their 
Leader. 

it it it 

“Why do you hate me?" 
mm plained the Leader. “Look 
a* afi the Thk^a I helped you 
get.” But, oddly enough, they 
just hated him mere and 
more until he had to retire. 

“Breve new Leaders wfl 
arise,” safe) the people con¬ 
fidently, "who wit show us 
what path to take.” 


arose, however, said what 
would-be Lenders always had 
saM to inspire addfation In the 
people: “FtoBow me end I wil 
get us all more Things." 

But this tone the people 
yawned and shrugged and 
said the ootntiy was gufcg to 
the tow-maws. And where 
were the Leaders of yester¬ 
year? If anybody cared. 

•k -k -k 

So Wonderfuland slowly 
sardc into a miasma of haired 
end dot** and frustration and 

guilt and apathy. ‘Tfa sure: 
lucky," people wmfld say to 
each other gkxxnfiy, “tost 
times are good." 

Moat puzzled of el was 
Mammon. “How odd they are 
ratoappy,” he said, looking 
frowringly down from his 
goiden throne. "After all, I 
gave them everything they 

touafltari 

Moral: Help the seedy. We 
■florid aO bo la the samo 


The Little World of SHEILAH GRAHAM 

Steve Laughs Last 


HOLLYWOOD (NANAT - When Steve McQaeea’s Bufctt 
with Bob Vsogha went 12,000,000 over budged, Warner 
Brothers-Seven Arts hollered and canceled, by mutual 
ronsant, Steve’s six-picture contract wito the studio. Bullitt is 
a mu* lit and expected to linger a long tima at the Radio 
City Music HaB to- New York. I wonder what Werner-Seven 
Arts are thinking now? The farattir saying in Hufiywuud is ft 
doesn’t matter how much a trim goes over budget, just as 
long as It proves to bo a success .,, I am keep i n g my fingers 
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* * * 

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★ fir it 

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aOth-Fox. 

★ * * 

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Warren Beatty, Robert Radford, Stave McQneea, George 
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* ★ * 

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fortune was paid for toe maastvo best seller. 


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movie to nn a rasteurant (a GaManda. 

it it it 


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Gerard. 


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Boys’ Death Inquest 


Driver Ruled 

Criminally 

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two children later died was of wine before leaving his 
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peal Court ruling which com- before the accident at 40 miles 
pels people involved in accidents ^ hour, 
to be called even though they _ . .. , _. , 

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42 PAGES 


Strachan Dropping NDP Reins 


For NDP Chief 


Promised Land Eluded Him 


By Legislative Reporter 

Robert Martin Strachan 
wrote Ms own political epitaph 
fTtiday. It reads: "I saw the 
promised land; but I never 
got there.” 

Mr. Strachan, who 
announced Friday that he 
would not accept renctwination 
bb the leader of the New 
Democratic Party next April, 
Is sure of one thii«. 


“In the next election we'll 
make it,” he says, with quiet 
conviction. 

★ ★ ★ 

But when the NDP does form 
the government of this prov¬ 
ince? if It does, he wants the 
government to have a 
majority. 

"I'm of the opinion that if I 
had remained as leader we 
could have formed the next 
government,” says Mr. 


Strachan. “But I want the 
first NDP government in B.C. 
to have a majority and I think 
under my leadership we might 
have been a minority govern¬ 
ment. 

"I believe this change (in 
leadership) will give the 
whole party the impetus it 
needs to move into a majority 
position." 

Robert Strachan is the son 
of a Glasgow shoesmaker, 


raised In a home where the 
politics were Conservative, 
who came to Canada at 17 and 
worked first as a laborer and 
then at his chosen trade of 
carpenter before entering 
politics. 

★ ★ ★ 

He can’t remember now the 
precise moment when he 
became a socialist, but he 
thinks it may have resulted 
from his studies that lead tb 


the formation of the first B.C. 
credit union In 1939 and his 
weekly newspaper column 
written In Powell River during 
the 1941 .provincial election 
campaign. 

His arrival in BjC. In 1935, 
however, is etched clearly in 
his memory. "I left Alberta 
where I worked in a camp 
cutting radlroad ties and the 
snow was six feet deep. I saw 
Continued on Page t 


Strachan 


Trudeau Warns: 


Potvderkegs 

I 

At Home 
Big Worry 


KINGSTON, Ont. (CP) — Prime Minister 
Trudeau said Friday night he is more worried about 
the possibility of large rebellions in Noith Amer¬ 
ica than he is about any overseas problem. 


Probe Alarm 

•• * 

Mountie 
Blasted 
For Gab 


• Commonweal til Trait oa 
meet obligations. Page 11. 

• Financial records shown 
In ROMP probe. Page 11. 


A high-ranking RCMP official 
wae criticized by Attorney-Gen¬ 
eral Leslie Petersan Friday for 
causing widespread public . 
anxiety with an announcement 
that police had seized records of 
35 trust and finance companies t 
in B.C. 

"Too much was said In _ 
Ottawa by the deputy commis¬ 
sioner (Deputy RCMP Cbmnk- 
sioner W. H. Ke«y in a 
statement to the Ocrrttnons 
justice committee),” Mr. Peter¬ 
son said, concerning the probe 
Into the Commonwealth group 
of finance and investment com¬ 
panies rewaled Thursday. 

* * * 

"He (Mr. Ke*y) created a fc 
good deal of worry and concern a 
on fte part of the public 1 
because of the widespread 1 
application J of this statement i 
referring to financial difficulties j 
of 35 trust and finance com¬ 
panies. That is toe unfortunate ! 
part of it,” the attorney general i 
■aid. < 

Mr. Peterson added: "There i 
are no trust companies involved : 
In B.C. This created consider- ! 
able anxiety on the part of . 
Investors In trust companies in 
all parts of toe province.** 

* ★ * 

Meanwhile, toe attorney-gen¬ 
eral said, a 10-man Investigating 
team is going through a "tre¬ 
mendous volume” of documents 
in a warehouse somewhere in 
Vancouver. The location . ft 
being kept secret. 

The tastn consists of (he six- 
man RCMP oomnerdoA fraud 
■quad, established 18 months 
arc to uo n jono tt u n sift intro¬ 
duction ol the n tm B.C. Securi¬ 
ties Act, tores cMcfeb of toe 
B.C. Securities O u tran Iresaa, and 
an outside expe rt , chartered 
accotmtont Donald Gardner, of 
Outran, Gordon and Co. of 
Vancouver. 

Any action under toe criminal 
code, which might or might not 
remit, would dep e n d upon toe 
outcome of tofa imgntipitim, 
Mr. Petereon said. 


"In my scale of values, I 
am less worried about what 
will happen over the Berlin 
WaM than about what might 
happen in Chicago or in our 
own great cities,” he told 
cheering students at Queen's, 
University. 

He had been asked by one 
of the 1,500 students at a 
q u estion-and-answer session 
whether Canada will decrease 
Hs commitments to toe North 
Atlantic TVeaty Organization. 


Trudeau replied that civil¬ 
ization and culture in North 
America Is more menaced by 
internal disorders than by 
external pressure. 

He said he feels very 
strongly that disorder and 
racial strife in U.S. cities 
"may seriously lead to large 
rebellions. '* 

Trodeau said that if there 
are great riots and the 
beginnings of civil war in the 
U.S. in the next half dozen 
years, they might overflew to 
Canada and link up with 
underprivileged people such 
as toe Indians and Metis — 
Continued on Page 8 


U.S. Unity Demonstrated 
By Nixon, Humphrey 

MIAMI (UPI)—Presidentelect Richard Nixon 
and defeated opponent Vice President Hubert Hum¬ 
phrey demonstrated the unity they both are pur¬ 
suing for the U.S. by meeting here for half an 
hour Friday. 

They both stated afterward that they would 
work together **for the national interest,” and 
that “we’re still good friends.” Foreign policy was 
one matter discussed. 


Tear Gas Routs 


Three 

Likely 
In Race 


By IAN STREET, Legislative Reporter 

A wide-open contest for the provincial leadership 
of the New Democratic Party is being predicted in the 
wake of Friday’s announcement that Robert Strachan 
won’t seek renomination for the post next spring. 


Mr. Strachan, who turns 55 in 
December, said he believed that 
with the NDP c*i the verge of 
victory In toe next election it 
was time to step aside for a 
younger man who would keep 
toe party in power for the next 
20 years. 

He wtM support whoever the 
convention — scheduled for 
April 11 In Vancouver — 
chooses as toe new leader, but 
indicated he would take no 
active part in the campaign 
during toe next five months. 


John Laxtcn, provincial presi- 
dent of toe NDP, later oon- 
Tk T V 7 ” • "I I • firmed that a Friday afternoon 

\W AA*»SA 14 lfiniACt meeting of the caucus of MLAs 

If iVlUvIlCS and the provincial table officers 

of the party had agreed ® the 
^ convention date, but arid bo far 

no one had declared themselves 

EWAN QUARTER. NX!. (UPI) Crusaders. They marched into candidates tor the leadership, 
—Stats police and sheriff's toe welfare building Friday to GUARDED REPLIES 
deputies used tear gas Friday to protest ton dfpfikfciient's threat _' L „ 

rout about 100 Negro children to cut off aid to Negro parents ^ 

from toe county welfare depart- whose children are boycotting “]*'*^** 

ment building. county schools. 

An unidentified Negro girt was Barrow said children hkl under ™3*. 
reported injured when she fell tables, chair, and inside closets E5T 

out a second storey window dur- to escape police. He said he s ^ mem£r*far 

Pratt Williamson, a local areesto ceasfully challenged Mr. 

hmeral director who observed “ed to gel t torir Str&(±Vin ' g teaderaWp in 1967: 

toe incident, said the girl feU children out of the buttling were Wflfams. 35. a town 

when she tried to drop a window also gassed, he saidL Some chil- planner and member for Van- 
screen on a deputy standing on dren had their clothes ripped couver E as t; and Coquitlam 

the ground. It was after that, off in the fracas. MLA and social worker Dave 

Williamson said, that police ---- Barrett, 38. 

lobbed tear gas into the building. _ V Caucus chairman David, 

* A * 111 Sweden stupick, 46, member for 

James Barrow, a Southern — . - ■■ ■ NanaSrao and a cHuse associate 


Berger 

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Royal Rehearsal 

One day, if he becomes king, Prince Charles, 20, 
will become head of Church of England. Next week 
he [days part of parson in Erpingham Camp, put on 
by Cambridge University classmates. Heir to throne 
borrowed collar from tutor.—(AP) 


Christian Leadership Conference 
official, charged police gave 
billy dubs to several local 
whites to help drive the children 
out, and used dubs themselves. 
But Williamson said he saw no 
clubs. 

He said authorities "showed a 
lot of restraint'’ in ejecting toe 
children. 

The children, ranging ki age 
from 9 to 14, oall themselves 
Martin Luther King Nonviolent 


‘Life of Hell Suffered in Comfort 5 


Three Years: Teller Uasps 


PENTICTON (CP) — A 
blonde bank teller, who stole — 
and spent —1492,000 from the 
Penticton branch of the Royal 
Bank cf Canada, Friday was 
sentenced to three years in 
prison. 

Kathleen Ann Spfiier, 26, was 
sentenced to concurrent three- 
year terms on a charge of theft 
over 550 from the bank and to a 
second charge of falsifying bank 
records wtito intent to defraud. 
She had pleaded guilty to toe 
charges a week ago. 

In sentencing her; Magistrate 
Roaa D. CoQver said a deterent 
to othen was the most impor¬ 
tant factor he considered. 


^ uw*». MLA and social worker Dave 

_ ‘ Barrett, 38. 

T , V Caucus chairman David, 

111 Sweden stupick, 46, member for 

— i i - ■ Nanafrno and a diuse assudate 

of Mr. Strachan, is also oons&d- 
ered to be a possible leadership 
candidate. He was one of the 
fJsJ 1x5 ms few who had advance notice of 

Mr. S trachan’s unexpected 
___ announcement to the caucus on 

M Friday morning. 

A. M Wvpo NOT RUNNING 

Lawyer Alex Macdonald, 50, • 
M 1/ic/iys^ MLA for Vancouver East and 

T/UuU* m/ deputy leader of toe NDP for 

the pact three years, is not 
likely to be a oareSdate for the 
• Western newsmen gril- ** name > 

led fas Czech protest. Page 8. | t 

The party president also paid 
STOCKHOLM (Reuters)’ — tribute to Mr. Strachan. He 
Five Soviet soldiers said to be raM: "I think he (My. 
Hiding in Stockholm after de- Stnartwn) has served this party 
setting Warsaw pact occupation extremely wel In a very 
forces ki Czechoslovakia want difficult time and has provided 
to travel to Canada or the • very stable and solid base 
United States, a Swedish man from which toe party I’m 
who is sheltering them said Fri- convinced we wiU now be able 
day night. to spuing into office.” 

The man, Hans Almaborg, Attorney General Leslie 
said toe soldiers—who have Peterson, asked to comment for 
been here for a week—would (be government in the absence 


Williams 


Artist's sketch of Miss Spiller in court 


Sweet Smell of Excess 


High Flyers to Butt Out 


VANCOUVER (CP) — A spokesman lor 
Western Airlines says a few ol the company's 
patrons hhve been flying higher titan the 
company's Boeing 707 jetliners in recent 
weeks—on marijuana cigarettes. 

Wayne Llchtgarn. manager of customer 
relations, said (he sweet smell of marijuana 
has begun to appear in enclosed aircraft 
cabins when passenger light up. 


"Now we have three problems which 
sometimes cause annoyanoe to passengers— 
cigars; pipes and marijuana,” he said. "And 
some people get quite indignant when you tell 
them smoking pot is not allowed." 

Mr. Lichtgam said stewardesses are learn¬ 
ing to detect the peculiar odor of marijuana 
smoke. 


Mias Spiller broke down as turn themselves in to Swedish 
sentence was passed. authorities today. 

A week earlier, she had sat The soldi ere were among 10 
impassively while the court was who deserted their unit during 
told how she stale the money toe occupation cf Czechoslova- 
over a five-year period begin- Ida, "shocked and demoralized 
ning in 1964 and promptly blew at the response of the Csecho- 
U on luxury toting and expen- Slovak people,” Almaborg said, 
sive gifts to friends and acquain- The five entered Sweden via 
tances. Austria, Switzerland and Den- 

But as sentence was passed mark but were afraid to. give 
Friday, she gasped, clasped her themselves up to the Swedish 
hands to her- face and dashed authorities for fear they would 
out of the courtroom mccom- be sent back to the Soviet Union 
parried by her lawyer, Fred and fare toe dearth sentence tori 
Herbert. desertion, Almaborg said. 

SPRNT EVERT PENNY 

Mr. Herbert told the court 
Mias Spiller had spent eve ry 

penny of the 5492,000, about ¥ • 1 TT! 1 

1 190,00 cf I t tor renovations and IHSKfC 1 (HM V 
furnishings tor a luxury home in J 

nearly Nancnata, which she 

shared with Frances (Bambi) --"nrer-i Page 

Shubin. Bridge ___ n 

Ml* Shuhln, 41-yastr-old book- Chtunbea .M. to 

keeper for a Pentictlon ocn- oomlca n 

struotion firm, It also charged „ *7. 

with theft over 550 from toe -.*» 

bat*. She has not entered a Entertainment- II, 1* 

plea and is free on $5,000 bat Financial News .M, n 

pending a court appearance GMden Notoa .„ 

NOV. 25. 


OonUnand an Page I 


BarreU 


Magistrate Cotiver said he 
had to'consider tour factors in 
determining sentence — toe 
safety cf the public, the deter¬ 
rent to ethers, the punishment 
Con tinned oa Paga S 


Names In the Nests.1* 

Bpart .11, li, 14 

Travel .15, 17 

Women . tt, as 


Mother Inspires 
Naked Fear 


LONDON (Reuters) — The mother of ft Toronto actor 
scared the pants onto a nude scene in a London theatre Friday 
night. | 

Actor Louis Negin, 32. trod the boards in white under* 
pants where the script oi Fortune and Men’s Eyes calls tor 
him and other actors to emerge naked ■from a prison shower- 
room. J 


Negin opted for modesty after his mother, Doris Negin, 1 
60, flew here from Toronto when she heard her son was tr 
appearing nude and playing the part of a homosexual in jhe • 1 
play. | 

"Put your pants on and stop embarrassing me,” sh« j 
told her son in the dressing room before the show, Jf 

Producer Larry Pames said later: 

"We can’t change things around because of somebody’* 1 
mother. Louis is in breach of his contract by wearing hi* I 
pants.” M 

★ ★ * fj 

Said Negin: “I have had qualms since the play started. ^ 

I never liked doing the scene naked but the producers in- I 
slated.” - J 

And he declared] "From tonight, I keep my pants on," ! 








































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VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1968 


PAGE TWENTY-ONE 





Cowichan Valle 


Given Boost 


CAMPBELL RIVER — Muni- be* River Fire Protection D 
clpal Affairs minister Den trict favors arrelgMTtatii 
C ampbel, visiting Campbell chakman Roy Briggg <u 
Rdver for two tfeys, was handed Friday night, 
a petition signed by 577 people 
Thursday, tnging amalgamation 
of Willow Point's volunteer fire 
department with Greater Camp¬ 
bell River Fire Protection Dis¬ 
trict. 

The vdkmteer brigade, with a 
strength of about 20 men, was 
formed a year ago. Charges 
have been made that the group 
has I nsufftdent equipment 
WStow Point trustees, plagued 
by a hick of money, are against 
both bufidtog up the department 
and the meiger, which woukl 
raise the mill rote. 

CAMPBELL GIVES NOD 

The Wfltow Point petition 
delegation comprised Larry 
Bundy, John Jackson and! 

Morris Beck. 1 

Mr. Campbefi jadd he would 
recommend to the water rights 
branch of the lands and forests 
department that a plebiscite be 
held to decide the Issue. 

Both the majority of Wilow 
Point and Oangtoril River fire¬ 
men are in favor of the 
amatgamatiGn. Willow Point 
Chief Clyde Mafbnn, and Itia 
sen, recently resigned from the 
brigade because they disagreed 
with trustees' views. 

The live-man Greater Camp- 


discussion with Wittow Point 
residents, however." 

Campbell Rdver Fire Chief 
William McIntosh saad, “It's the 
only way. 

“It should ail be one depart¬ 
ment. U it's the will of the 
Widow Point people I’m sure 
the Greater Campbell River 
Fire Protection District would 
accept amalgamatim." 


-KiiiM Muenter 


Sea of Timber Sails Soon 


Huge expanse of lumber covers fore¬ 
deck of Stormqueen, from Finland, 
one of longest vessels to call at Mac¬ 
Millan Bloedel’s Chemainus sawmill 
dock. Lumber shown is part of 2,- 
000,000 board feet aboard 38,600-ton 


ship, which is 657 feet long. Just 11 
months old, she arrived from Japan 
and is en route soon to England. Ship 
carries crew of 32, has what one long¬ 
shoreman here described as best self- 
loading equipment he’d seen. 


ocanmissiona have completed 

sufficiently so as to make it leas ^ tor ^ protect 

burdensetne tor the taxpaying Mayop Jim 

Chairman of the joint council 

and commissions- meeting, Pat r ^« propos * J * ***** °ne 
Rogers, said a swimmini pool “2“ 

and community centre are J^SjZS 

_. Duncan Teen Town also pledged 

necessary to avow dsscrimina- _, _ . , ■ „_. 

_ to raise several tncusand 

tSan against different groups. _ , 

Most cf the elected and 

appointed officials went along . ne f ct wote ** 
with Duncan AW. Jkn Saunders ™ Nor1t 

who suggested to pare the Cw/fehan and in the city of 
bylaw from {850,000 (4.22 mills) DuncRri - 

to {600.000 (about tour mills). It will exchrie the unorgen- 
ccmplete a covered swimming ired areas south of Duncan 
pool, erect an auditorium sheH where last month's bylaw went 


DUNCAN 


food, toys and other items to 
bring some cheer into poor 


homes. 


The chairman explained do¬ 
nated toys should be in good and 
clean concBtldn because there is 
no group this year which will 
repair broken dolls and toys. 
GARBAGE NO GOOD 
“We would rather give a child 
a eheap new toy than a dirty 
big toy which was meant to go 
to the garbage heap in the first 
place. 

"We are thjnktog of including 
good osad clothing in our gift 
have agreed to take oh some list, and maybe next year we 
portion of the work. I expect will be able to do that.” 
everything will run very smooth- Mr. Allan said the hampers 
ly. will be distributed by members 

“Unless somebody backs out of the Duncan Gyro Cl oh the 
we shall have no problem.'' Sunday before Christmas. 

Mr. Allman has been in charge mANT INVOLVED 

were tote, to aerty ftuttllteV !“• K superior 

__ . _ the total walbire brsndV-aaid 

CHINATOWN ON LIST maqjt mganteattons wil&'take 

. - a _. . As bi past years old people at part tot file Christmas Chetf fund 

it s« males south of the charactrc. Aid. Gertrude HaH, Ken Med- rest homes and in Duncan's worft this year. 

„ __ . M ™ t T ys ta"* Ted Jentdraon have Chinatown wiU receive gifts to The groups involved are: Kl- 

G3 ^ K J?, ackay sax3 ' m . 1874 **** I another year before their term]show them they are not forgot- wards. Kinsmen, Beta Sigma 

ten by their community, Mr. Phi, Eagles. Ladies of the Royal 
Allman said. Purple, Moose Lodge, Sons of 

New the public is being in- Norway, Knights of Columbus 
vited to donate dollars to buy and the lions. 


Three Points Raised 


Aldermen Will Fight 
To Hold Onto Seats 


Socreds 

Decide 

Shortly 


Less Chance to Pass 


NANAIMO — A 14-year-old potential killer.* He said the 
youth once described by a youth has a dangerous form of 
psyoUatrist as mentally ill and epilepsy which causes u»coo- 
capable of nnmter escaped from troll*hie rages. 

Bruman Lake school Thursday When the youth appeared In 
night, police said Friday. juveUOe court after his recap- 
The youth, who was acoom- tore Judge A. H. KeHy acted on 
panied by a 15-year-old in fire the basis of A medical Tv-port 
escape, had previously vanish- which recommended against 
ed from the institution in July committing the youth to the pro- 
but was recaptured. | virwial mental ijptpltal at Es- 

At the time of his recapture, sondale, near Vancouver, 
psychiatrist Dr. Keith Aikens The judge recommended the 
said the youth had brain dam- boy be given psychiatric. Ireat- 
age so severe that it made him ment at Braopan Lain school. 


Before Entering Public School 


Nematode Crackdown 


By KLAUS MUENTEB 

DUNCAN — The Cbwichan 
Mothers' Cooperative Nurs¬ 
ery has been continuously 
successful since 11a inception 
3% yean ago. 

This term, which started in 
September, 32 fcw- y w p dd 
children mr ofie d in m orni n g 
end afternoon classes con¬ 
ducted by retired Sa*at- 
chewm eleraentsry school 
teacher Marjorie McDoneti, 
and teacher’s esd Mrs. Ben 
George. 


cry school. Both are now at¬ 
tending public kindergarten 
classes- 

She said the nursery is "The 


children before they enter the 
pubMc school system. 

Mrs. Elliott had two of her 
ctakken encoded in the nurs- 


Firm Fined $100 
For Soil Shift 


In reference to a complaint 
by educators that Indian chil¬ 
dren are no* reedy for school 
at an age when white children 
begin, Mrs. EWott said that 
Indian children have priority 
to attend file nursery. 

“Perhaps In a few yean the 
nursery may beooma inte¬ 
grated.” 

Spaaktog from experience. 
Mrs. Elliott said "When we 
lived on the Westtnkne reserve 
I had to p) to pubtio School 
and it was gsod for me. 

"My dad had to fight dif¬ 
ferent people to get ds to 
school. I quit Cowichan high 
school at Grade 11, and now 
I could kick myself.” 


The mothers take turns in 
helping the tan women. 

Another dedicated worker in 
the organization is Florence 
Elliott who provides transpor¬ 
tation for the Cowichan and 
Westhotane bands’ children 
with her passenger van. 

Mrs. EUtott as weB as.Mrs. 
McDonell sod Mrs. George 
are paid for their services. 

Chairman of the mothers* 
coop, Shirley Thomas, said 
the Indian Affairs Department 
pays {22 for each child per 
month. 


M ttou without the authorisation of 

TOFINO—Ihe annual door-to- » or federal plant in¬ 

door canvass for poppy sales ,pector ' 
will begin today in the Tofino; The charge was laid by file 
Ucluelet, Long Beach, Port federal department of i _ ' 

Albion stnd Kennedy Lakes culture which admitefters the SO n will be awine and cheese 
areas. Members and nan-mem- act party being held by the Catholic 

bers of the Qayoquot Sound It is the first crackdown Women’s League of the Parks- 


Wine, Cheese 

ARKSVILLE — One of the 
agri-1 highlights of the fall social sea- 


—Dm IfneDtar 

These youngsters are busy with bath time duties at nursery 
















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President Sworn In 

first meeting recently of Gold River and district 
Chamber of Commerce saw Magistrate Alf Harvey, 
left, swear in president Bob Douglas. The executive 
includes Alex Riddell, Harold Finnsson and Rev. 
Dave McKay, 


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Cowichan Bay 


Salmon Club Wants 
Chum Competitors 


COWICHAN BAY-The Cowi¬ 
chan Bay Salmon dub is en¬ 
couraging people to become 
members of the club, and 
participate in Its first chum 
fishing season. 

Membership* are 5150 for 
seniors and 50 cents for juniors. 
This entitles people to fish in 
the first chum salmon derby to 
be held Nov. 30 and Dec. 1. 

CASH PRIZES 

The entry fee will be 52 and 
cash prizes will be awarded. 

Members can also qualify for 


silver chum salmon buttons with 
chum weighing 17 pounds and 
over. 

A new Odd Fisherman Trophy 
will be awarded far the largest 
chum salmon caught by a club 
member; 

CLUB BULBS APPLY 

Membership and derby tickets 
will be available at all Cowichan 
Bay marinas and they are also 
the weigh-in stations for buttons 
and for the derby. 

Cowichan Bay Salmon dub 
rules and regulations will apply 
during toe chum salmon season. 


Nanaimo Schools 


Tenders Approved 


TTie department of education tion Minister Brothers an- 
has approved tenders for three nounced last month that entire 
additions to elementary schools new schools could now be con- 
in Nanaimo school district. structed. 

The schools are Princess Anne ^ — 
and Bay view in Nanaimo and 

Gabriola Island Elementary. The A 

approvals were among nearly \ , 

53,000,000 worth announced by IwQ 7Y^CI T| || IX 
the department. Approximately LB Q I I U 7j 

58,000,000 in new construction ^ 

has been approved store Educa vJtCx 


PNE Clear* 
Sunday Rule 

VANCOUVER (CP) - City 
council ha* given formal per¬ 
mission to the Pacific National 
Exhibition to stay open Sun¬ 
days after 1:30 p.m. The per¬ 
mission was given in the form 
of a bylaw amendment which 
had been requested by officials 
of the annual exhibition. 


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42 PAGES 


It CENTS DAILY 
U CENTS flCXDAT 


Strachan Dropping NDP Reins 


For NDP Chie f 


Promised Land Eluded Him 


By Legislative Reporter 

Robert Martin Strachan 
wrote his own political epitaph 
Friday. It reads: “I saw the 
promised land; but I never 
got there." 

Mr. Strachan, who 
announced Friday that he 
would not accept renomination 
«« the leader of the New 
Democratic Party next April, 
is sure at one thing. 


"In the next election we'll 
make it," he says, with quiet 
conviction. 

* ★ ★ 

But when the NDP does form 
the government of this prov¬ 
ince? if it does, he wants the 
government to have a 
majority. 

"I’m of the opinion that if I 
had remained as leader we 
could have formed the next 
government," says Mr. 


Strachan. "But I want the 
first NDP government in B.C. 
to have a majority and I think 
under my leadership we might 
have been a minority govern¬ 
ment. 

"I believe this ohange (in 
leadership) will give the 
whole party the Impetus it 
needs to move into a majority 
position.” 

Robert Strachan is the son 
of a Glasgow shoemaker. 


raised in a home where the 
politics were Conservative, 
who came to Canada at 17 and 
worked first as a laborer and 
then at his chosen trade of 
carpenter before entering ‘ 
politics. 

* * * 

He can't remember now the 
precise moment when he 
became a soclaiat, but he 
thinks It may have resulted 
from his studies that lead to 


the formation o< the first B.C. 
credit union in 1939 and his 
weekly newspaper column 
written in Powell River during 
the 1941 provinoiail election 
campaign. 

His arrival in B.C. in 1935, 
however, is etched clearly in 
his memory. "I left Alberta 
where I worked in a camp 
cutting railroad ties and the 
snow was six feet deep. I saw 
Continued on Page 1 


Strachan 


Trudeau Warns: 


Powderkegs 
At Home 
Big Worry 


KINGSTON, Ont. (CP) — Prime Minister 
Trudeau said Friday night he is more worried about 
the possibility of large rebellions in Noith Amer¬ 
ica than he is about any overseas problem. 


Probe Alarm 

Mountie 
Blasted 
For Gab 


• Oom man wealth Trust can 
meet obligation!. Page 11. 

• Financial records shown 
in RCMP probe. Page 17. 


A high-ranking RCMP oCficlad i 
was criticized by Attorney-Gen¬ 
eral Leslie Peterson Friday for 
causing widespread public _ 
anxiety with an announcement 
that police had seized records at 
35 trust and finance companies r 
in B.C. 

"Too much was said in _ 
Ottawa by the deputy commis¬ 
sioner (Deputy RCMP Commis¬ 
sioner W. H. Kelly in a 
statement to the Commons 
justice committee)," Mr. Peter¬ 
son said, concerning the probe 
Into the Commonwealth group 
of finance and investment com¬ 
panies disclosed Thursday. 

★ ★ * 

“He (Mr. Kelly) created a b 
good deal of worry and concern a 
on the part at the public F 
because of the widespread E 
application of this statement » 
referring to financial difficulties p 
of 35 trust and finance com¬ 
panies. That is the unfortunate s 
part at it,” the attorney general y 
said. a 

Mr. Peterson added: "There s 
are no trust companies involved r 
In B.C. This created consider- S 
able anxiety an the part of c 
Investors in trust companies in 
all parts at the province." ^ 
* * ★ t 

Meanwhile, the attomey-gen- * 
era! said, a 10-man Investigating 
team is going through a "tre¬ 
mendous volume" of documents 
in a warehouse somewhere in i 
Vancouver. The location Is 1 
being kept secret. 

The team consists of the six- 
man ROMP commercial fraud 
squad, established 18 months 
ago in conjunction with intro¬ 
duction of the new B.C. Securi¬ 
ties Act, three officials of the 
B.C Securities Commission, and 
an outside expert, chartered 
accountant Donald Gardner, of 
Ctaritaon, Gonlan and Co. of 
Vancouver. 

Any action under file criminal 
code, which might or might not 
result, would depend upon Hie 
outcome of fids investigation, 
Mr. Peterson said. 


"In my scale of values, I 
am less worried about what 
■/ill happen over the Berlin 
Wal than about w+iat might 
happen In Chicago or in our 
own great cities," he told 
cheering students at Queen's 
University. 

He had been asked by one 
of the 1,509 students at a 
q u estion-and-answer session 
whether Canada will decrease 
its commitments to the North 
Atlantic Treaty Organization. 

* * ★ 

Trudeau replied that civil¬ 
ization and culture in North 
America is more menaced by 
internal disorders than by 
external pressure. 

Kj said he feels very 
strongly that disorder and 
racial strife in U.S. cities 
"may seriously lead to large 
rebellions." 

Trudeau -aid that if there 
are „reat riots and the 
beginnings of civil war in the 
U.S. in the next half dozen 
years, they might overflow to 
Canada and link up with 
underprivileged people such 
as the Indians and Metis — 
Continued on Page 5 


U.S. Unity Demonstrated 
By Nixon, Humphrey 

MIAMI (UPI)— President-elect Richard Nixon 
and defeated opponent Vice President Hubert Hum¬ 
phrey demonstrated the unity they both are pur¬ 
suing; for the U.S. by meeting here for half an 
hour Friday. 

They both stated afterward that they would 
work together “for the national interest, 1 ” and 
that “we’re still good friends.” Foreign policy was 
one matter discussed. 


TRIPLE 

RACE 

LIKELY 


By IAN STREET, Legislative Reporter 

A wide-open contest for the provincial leadership 
of the New Democratic Party is being predicted in the 
wake of Friday’s announcement that Robert Strachan 
won’t seek renomination for the post next spring. 


They both stated afterward that they would * * 

work together “for the national interest,” and ** Ueved **“* 

that “wj^ sttllgood friends.” Foreign policy was ? 

one matter discussed. wax tunc to stop azide far „ 

_____________ _ _ younger man who would keep 

■ffiffiffiffiNffiffiRffiffiltiaM^^m^^~<*4Hese3BntitaNM:32ffiffiffiffiffi the party in power for the next 

20 years. 

r __ __ He wiH support whoever the 

r¥l M ' II ■ convention — scheduled for 

■ aqv* rtniiTc ^ n in - 

i V/d.1. \JClij JLIUIIXO Chooses as the new leader, but 

indicated he would take no 
active part In the campaign 

-_ y T7 - 9 1 1* during the next five months. 

Nppto Kindles 

l lV^ClEvF AVlvIfirmed that a Friday afternoon 
0 meeting of the caucus of MLAs 

and the provincial table officers 
of- the party had agreed on the 

SWAN QUARTER, N.C. (UPI) Crusaders. They marched into convention date, but said so far 
—State police and sheriff’s the welfare building Friday to no one had declared themselves 
deputies used tear gas Friday to protest the department's threat candidates for the leadership, 
rout about 190 Negro children to cut off aid to Negro parents OCABDED mrwrjvw 
from tht county welfare depart- whose children are boycotting 

ment bonding. etttoty schools. — A ptfl fi MLAa attending the 

An unidentified Negro girl ms Barrow said children ted under caucus resulted In guarded 
reported injured when she fell tables, chairs and Inside closets p g Ph g " from afi thaw who 
out a second storey window dur- to escape police. He said he m W | * b® considered potential 
ing the melee. knew of no serious injuries or leaaerMilp candidates. The moat 

Pratt Williamson, a local arrests. ***& to run are: Tom Berger, 

funeral director who observed Parents who tried to get their a lawyer and member far 
the incident, said the girt fell children out of the building were Vancouver Bwrard who unsuc- 
wtien she tried to drop a window also gassed, he said. Some chil- ?®***V Uy c h a 11 e ng e d Mr. 
screen on a deputy etandinj on dren had their clothes ripped Strachan s teader^iip in 1967; 
the ground. It was after that, off in the fracas. Robert Witoams, 35, a town 

Williamson said, that poboe - planner £* mem * r „ for V“»- 


Bergpr 


Royal Rehearsal 

One day, if he becomes king, Prince Charles, 20, 
will become head of Church of England. Next week 
he plays part of parson in Erpingham Camp, put on 
by Cambridge University classmates. Heir to throne 
borrowed collar from tutor.—(AP) 


lobbed tear gas into the building. 

★ ★ * 

James Barrow, a Southern 
Christian Leader step Conference 
official, charged police gave 
billy dubs to several local 
whites to help drive file children 
out, and used dubs themsq^yes. 
But Williamson said he saw no 
clubs. 

He said authorities "showed a 
lot of restraint" in ejecting the 
children. 

The children, ranging in age 
from 9 to 14, call themselves 
Martin Luther King Nonviolent 


‘Life of Hell Suffered in Comfort’ 


In Sweden ( 

Soviet 

Troops 

Desert 


• Western newsmen gril 
lei In Ckecfe protest. Page t. 

STOCKHOLM (Reuters) ■ 


Five Soviet soldiers said to be 


Robert Williams, 35, a town 
__ planner and member for Van¬ 
couver East; and Coquitlam 
' MLA and social worker Dave 

1 Barrett, 38. 

— Caucus chairman David, 

Stupidi, 46, member far 
• Nanaimo and a dose *»ocaate 

■/) jr of Mr. Strachan, is also coredd- 

V\.si/ ered to be a possible leadership 

candidate. He was one of the 
few who had advance notice of 
^ FICf M r. S trachan's unexpected 

announcement to the caucus on 
■* Friday morning. 

NOT RUNNING 

w Lawyer Alex Macdonald, 50, 

MLA far Vancouver East and 
depdty leader at the NDP for 
Bwsmen gril- *e past three years, is not 
nat. Page s. U* c ®*y to be a candidate for the 
leadership though his name is 
„ .. often mentioned in connection 

(Reuters) - lt 


Williams 


The party president also paid 


Three \ ears: Teller Gasps 


PENTICTON (CP) — A 
Monde bank teHer..*ho stole — 
and spent — 3492,000 from the 
Penticton branch of the Royal 
Bank of Canada, Friday was 
sentenced to three years in 
prison. 

Kathleen Ann SpsHer. 26, was 
sentenced to concurrent three- 
year terms on a charge of theft 
over $50 from the bank and to a 
second t*»rge of falsifying bank 
records with intent to defraud. 
She had pleaded guilty to the 
charges a week ago. 

In sentencing her. Magistrate 
Robs D. Coliver said a deterent 
to other* was the most Impor¬ 
tant factor he considered. 


JS* m StoCk ^° ln ? after J 1 *" tribute to Mr. Strechan. He 

sertlng Warsaw Pact occupation ^ thlnk ^ (Mr . 

orc « Czechoslovakia want Strachan) has served this party 

■ w\ to tof V * 1 to Cm ’ ada 0,1 to® extremely well in a very 

■ _ Q C T\ C U £*? 1 i**": 8 man difficult time and has provided 

\JClu US iS _? ekenng toem said Frl- a very stat *. and sow base 

■ ^ day night. from which the party. I'm 

M. The man, Hans Almaborg, convinced, will now be ahle 

said toe soldiers who have to spjfcjg into office." 

Mi» Stellar hnkr ttoum .. 5**" J“ re !° r a , we * k— ’would Attorney General Leake 
sen^ce^ “ tum ^maeives in to Swedish Peterson, asked to comment tor 

a wm* li. jL. a ‘^ 7,i today - toe government in the aboence 

A week earlier, she had sat The soldiers were among 10 . _ 

impassively while the court was who deserted their unit during. 08 Z 

told how she stole the money the occupation of Czechoslova- 

over a five-year period begin- Ida, "shocked and demoralized ---- 

ning in 1964 and promptly Uew at the response of the Czecho- 
lt on luxury kiting and expen- Slovak people,” Almaborg said. _ 

aive gifts to friends and aequain- The five entered Sweden via »f 

tances. Austria, Switzerland and Den- IfM .(/vltUf 

But os sentence was passed mark but were afraid to give 
Friday, she gasped, clasped her themselves up to the Swedish 

hands to her faoe and dashed authorities for fear they would 7% T V 

out or the courtroom accom- be sent back to the Soviet Union [\gT3P0fl 

panted by her lawyer, Fred and face, the death sentence for V 

Herbert. desc tion, Almaborg said. 


Barrett 


Mother Inspires 
Naked Fear 


Artist's sketch of Miss Spiller in court 


Sweet Smell of Excess 


High Flyers to Butt Out 


SPENT EVERY PENNY 

Mr. Herbert fcoSd the court 
Miss Spiller had spent every 
penny of the $482,000, about f •! m 1 
$190.00 of It for renovation, and III SHIP 1 OflrlV 

furnishings for a luxury home In X UUa J 

nearby Naramata, which she 

shared with Fronoes (Bambi) Page 

Shubin. Bridge . 28 

Mias SlMtoin, 41-year-old book- Churches ... U, 25 

keeper for a Penticton con- oomlos a* 


VANCOUVER (CP) - A spokesman for 
Western Airlines says s taw ol the company’s 
patrons have been flying higher than the 
company's Boeing 707 jetliners In recent 
weeks—on marijuana cigarettes. 

Wayne Lichtgart, manager of customer 
relations, said the sweet smell of marijuana 
has begun to appear In enclosed aircraft 
cabins when passenger light up. 


"Now we have three problems which 
sometimes cause annoyance to paaaengars— 
cigars, pipes and marijuana," he said. "And 
some people ge* quite indignant when you tell 
them smoking pot Is not allowed.” 

Mr. Lichtgam said stewardesses are learn¬ 
ing to detect the peculiar odor of marijuana 
smoke. _ ' 


itruction firm, Is also charged __. 

with theft over $50 from the t ' rOB « wor « .t» 

bank. She has not entered a Entertainment .. 18, it 

plea and It free on $5,000 bail Financial News .... it, H 
pendi£ a court appearance GarfeB Notet .„ 

Names in the News.18 


Magistrate Collver said he - 

had to consider four factors in Spert ..1* 

determining sentence — the Travel .. ia, 17 

safety of the public, the deter- Woomm .. 22 23 

rent to others, the punishment 
Ceatinaed on Page 8 


LONDON (Reuters) — The mother of a Toronto actor 
scared the p&ts onto a nude scene in a London theatre Friday 
night. 

Actor Lo^ffiNegin, 32, trod the boards in white under¬ 
pants where the script of Fortune and Men's Eyes calls tor 
him and other actors to emerge naked from a prison shower- 
room. 

* * * 

Negin opted for modesty after his mother, Doris Negin, 
60, flew here from Toronto when she heard her son was 
appearing nude and playing the part of a homosexual in the 
play. 

"Put your pants an and stop embarrassing me," she 
told her son in the dressing room before the show. 

Producer Larry Parnes said later: 

■'We can't change things around because of somebody's 
mother. Louis is in breach of his contract by wearing his 
pants." 

* ★ * 

Said Negin: *1 have had qualms since the play started. 
I never liked doing the scene baked but the producers in¬ 
sisted." 

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