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No. 3-112th YEAR 


VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1969 


Ottawa Austerity Hits Ruthlessl 


Damages: SLOOP 


Six City Scientists Ruled ‘'Surplus 


By DIANE -JANOWSKI 

The federal government wrote an obituary Friday on 
more than 68 years of service when it told six research 
scientists at the Forest Research Laboratory here their 
services now were considered "surplus." 

“I would have been retiring a year from today,” said 64- 
year old Vernon Phelps, a research director who has been 
with the department of fisheries and forestry since 1936. 

"Now, not only am I going to have a pension that's 21 per 
cent smaller than I'd been counting on, but I'll have almost a 
year's less wages." 

Dr. Joe Baker lost his right eye, most of the sight in his 


left and most of the hearing in his left ear when an 
experiment at the lab blew up two years ago and the 
emergency shower that might have saved his left eye didn't 
work. He thought then things were as bad as they could ever 


“Their names will now be put on a public service list and 
and if any vacancies occur in the next two months few which 
they are qualified, they'll have first chance at them,” he 
said. “If they haven’t been placed at the end of that time, 
they’ll be given 30 day’s notice.” 

Dr. Thomas admitted there were few opportunities for 
forestry professionals, especially at Ihis time of year, but still 
noted that “an awful lot can happen in 90 days.” 

Knowing that his name will be kept on a list that might 
find him another position isn’t cheering Joe Baker very 
much, but it mean* even less to Dr. Phelps. 

Continued on Page • 


“Thla is as bad as the people who fought in ihe war and 
got all broken up end then came home and everyone told 
them they didn't want anything to do with them,” he said. 

Dr. G. P. Thomas, director of the B.C. Forestry Region, 
said he sympathized with those who had been declared 
"surplus," but stressed they had not actually been laid off 
yet. 


Forest Lab 
Largest 
In Canada 


A national revamping of 
the Canadian Forestry 
Service will turn the Forest 
Research Laboratory on 
West Burnside Road into 
the largest in Canada with¬ 
in three months, it was an¬ 
nounced Friday. 

“The Victoria laboratory has 
been allocated the largest man¬ 
power in Canada." said Dr. G. 
P. Thomas, director of the 
British Columbia region of the 
Canadian Forestry Service. 

"If you add the staff from the 
forest products research lab la 
Vancouver to the Victoria man¬ 
power, it means that 20 per cent 
of the total in federal forestry 
will be In B.C. now.” 

OF TOTAL 

Eleven professionals and II 
non-professionals currently em¬ 
ployed in other 


Big Tanker 
Torn Open 
Bv Blast 


ATHENS (Reuters) - Airline 
security guards early today shot 
and killed two young men who 
tried to hijack an Ethiopian 
fl -eing' 707 jetliner while it was 
Hying to Addis Ababa from 
Madrid. 

A Greek police spokesman In 
Athens said die two were a 19- 
year-old student from Yemen 
and a 24-year-old businessman 
from Senegal. He did not name 
them. 

First reports said the men 
were slain before entering the 
cockpit- after they said they 
wanted the pilot to take them to 
Aden. 

BODIES ABOARD 

When the plane landed at Ath¬ 
ens Airport, the remaining 15 
passengers were taken to a 
hotel. Besides the passengers, 
there were three security men 
and seven crew aboard the 
Boeing. 

The bodies of the two hijack¬ 
ers were still aboard the air¬ 
craft. 

“The airline refuses permis¬ 
sion to the police to take the 
bodies,” the police spokesmn 
said. 

It was believed to be the first 
.time hijackers had been killed 
while attempting to seize an air¬ 
liner in mid-flight. 

HEARD TWO 8HOT8 

The pilot of the plane said he 
heard two pistol shot* and was 
told by a stewardess that two 
men had attempted to hijack 
the plane but the security 
guards aboard had killed them. 

Airline officials told police 
they wanted to continue the 
flight to Addis Ababa with the 
the grounds that 


in January, 1968, by former 
attorney-general Robert Bonner 
who at that time said the act 
represented a first if! Canada, 
and perhaps a first in the 
Western world. The act was 
passed later in the session. 

Mr;. Justice Seaton dismissed 
a claim by J. S. deVilliers, 
counsel for Mr. Davis, that a 
"bumber beeper” attached to 
the car Davis was driving 
constituted eavesdropping. 

BY PERSON 

"If the device transmitted or 
recorded voices so that they 
could have been heard by the 
persun alleged to be invading 
privacy, I have no doubt that 
would come within the term 
‘eavesdropping.’ 

"This device merely identified 
the location of the car, and I 
( unUaued on Page 1 


Admiration 
Shoum 
In Glance 


Canadian 

after the decks were tom open forestry regions will be moved 
by the explosion as the Marpes- to the Burnside lab, beginning 
sa sailed about 170 miles north- early next month when the first 
west of Dakar, Senegal. scientist arrives here. 

TWO MISSING “Some will, of course, be 

,r. coming from the Winnipeg lab 

™ e . c a 8 £‘ ln . 8n ? 2““" whose staff is being cut to six, " 

stayed aboard but two Chinese ThomJU gaid the ^ 

officers were mt«mg, messages ^ c frx>m el »ewhere 

T ,al u , . ,, in the country. 

Those who abandoned ship . , (jf ^ are 

very well-qualified, productive. 
British Shell tinker Serema and yoyng scientilts among ^ ^ 

the tug Alcyon. | Q the country, and they'll just 

A spokesman said the tanker ^ trtMfer rt Bg their energiM l0 
later signalled that the fire had Cohimb | a> .. 

died down, but the deck was 
spilt in several places. NEW WING 

The Marpessa. one of the lat- A new wing on the existing 
est additions to the Shell Oil main building which was to 
fleet, was sailing in ballast from have been built in the 1970-71 
Rotterdam to the Persian Gulf, fiscal year but was postponed 
She was built in Japan only indefinitely when a federal curb 
three months ago and had a on capital expenses was ar>- 
crew of 42. nounced in September, will still 

- not go ahead, but Dr. Thomas 

P' _ said he felt the present facilities 

t ive Children wo^d be adequate for now. 

nip ill R///ZP " We ’ U h® buI P n S «t the 

me Ul maze , nnu> but we can make 

CINCINNATI (UPI) — Five immediate arrangements to ac- 
children, four of them from the commodate everyone," he said, 
same family, died in a fire which "Well have to make more 
swept a third floor tenement in provision for expansion, maybe 
the city's Fairmount section, Coatiaaed m Page t 


Rene (adieu, 8. second from 
right, seems to be star-gazing 
at Prime Minister Trudeau 
while Rene’s father Marcel, 
undersecretary of state for 
external affairs, and Francois 
Cadicux, It, lifctcn to Tru¬ 
deau’s remarks la Ottawa Fri¬ 
day. Cadieux was presented 
with 1989 Outstanding Achieve 
ment Award for Public Serv¬ 
ice of Canada.—CP) 


OTTAWA (CP) The nation-, Canada almost at once to call 
al council Qf the 1,000-member meetings of the association's 22 
Canadian Air Traffic Control | branches, he said. 

Association has unanimously re- 


The board report, other items 
jected a conciliation board re-1 on which tentative agreement 
port and is seeking a strike had been reached and the coun¬ 
mandate from the membership, cil recommendation would be 
William Hill, association first presented to the membership, 
vice-president, announced the Votes would then be taken, 
decision in an interview Friday. Hill estimated results! 

“The board’s , recommends- would be returned here by late 
tions have been unanimously re- Monday or Tuesday at the lat- 
jected by the national council est. 
and we are now going to the 8TILL P088IB LE 
membership requesting a strike 

mandate.” | Should the membership reject 

the report and grant strike au¬ 
thority, national officers would 
Details of the board report i be under no obligation to call a 
will not be made public until strike. However, they would be 
noon Monday. However, it is in a legal position to do go as of 
known there were about 50 out- next Friday afternoon, Dec. 19. 
standing items left with the There remains a possibility 
board. 

Hill referred 


CHILLIWACK (CP) — Two 
dim were arrested after a 
truck Arm operator spotted tt 
■traage ear oa one of his work 
sites from the air. 

Peter Heppoer of Chilliwack, 
checking work sites, turned 
bis plane around, lauded at 
Chilliwack airport, drove to 
the police station, then ac¬ 
companied a policeman to the 


Domestic Peace 
Has Heavy Price 

—Page 5 


Pill Calls Jam 
British Phones 

•—Page 23 


NOON MONDAY 


Yes Virginia’ 

In Hospital 

Names, Page 11 


Beajaniiu James, 38, of Chil¬ 
liwack, and his brother Rich¬ 
ard, 24, Friday pleaded guilty 
la Provincial Court to theft. 


Bridge 


’eight orj Finkelman. chairman of the 
10 gut issues” separating union public service staff relations 
and government treasury board board which oversees federal-1 
negotiators. The strike reeom- employee bargaining, might 
mendation mean* union officials j seek post-conciliation mediation, 
feel the issues were not resolved j Spokesmen for the treasury 
by the conciliation report. I l>oard and transjwrt detriment 
Hill said that, despite thp declined to comment on either 
council bid for strike authorize- the conciliation report or the as- 
tion, the membership could sociatlon’s rejection of it. Both 
choose to accept the board re- said the noon Monday embargo 
port. had been accepted by goverti- 

The 11 national councillors ment negotiators and comment 
' would be spreading out across I might infringe this. 


Cliurclir* 


bodies on 
Greek authorities have no Juris¬ 
diction in the case. 

KILLED ON 8POT 

He said the plane’s security 
men saw the two would-be hi¬ 
jackers standing up and trying 
to make their way to the cock¬ 
pit. 

‘"niey attacked them and 
killed them on the spot,” he 
added. 


Cooiies ... 

Courtroom Parade 
Crossword _... 


Cougars Defeat 
Penticton , 7-6 

—Page 12 


Entertainment 


Only the Angels Know 
If Santa Will Pay Visit 


Financial News 
Garden Notes 
Sports 


Chuvalo Decks 
Jerry Quarry 

—Page 12 Women 


Television 


SCENE: A shabby midtown 
flat; a-tiny boy in patched 
coveralls plays with a broken 
top as his mother leafs 
through some unpaid bills. 

Boy: “Mama . . . how come 
the angels do that?” 

Mother; "Do what, dear?” 

Boy; “Take my daddy away 
like that." 


• Today's donations are listed on Page I 


Four Bombs Explode in Milan , Rome 


Mother: ”1 think Santa will 
come, all right. But don't 
expect him to bring too much. 
There isn't so much to go 
around to all the little 
children this year." 


At this time of year Santa 
gets a little help for cases like 
this from the Colonist 500 
Fund. This is the 13th year 
Colonist readers have contri¬ 
buted through the fund to 
brighten the Christmas of 500 
Greater Victoria families 
selected by the Christmas 
Bureau, a Community Chest 
agency 

Donations can be brought or 
mailed to the Colonist, 2631 
Douglas, or taken to Avis 
Renka-Car, 800 Douglas. - - 1 


Mother (trying lq/ hide her 
feelings): "I don't know, dear. 
It- is something only the 
angels can answer. There is 
supposed to be an answer lor 

everything"!.-*' 

Boy; “The angels won’t 
take Santa Claus away, will 
they?” 

(The mother remains silent. 
This might be the time to say 
maybe the angels would db 


Police said annllter bomb Milan reported rounding up 
was discovered before it ex- 150 persons for qu^stiBaing. A 
ploded in a second bank in jpollce spokesman said they 
Milan. It was in a handbag were e x t r e m i s t s^of ail 
left -near an elevator. ideologies,” 

There was no indication of sWtly after the series of 
the motive for the bombings blasts, which were almost 
or of the jiersons or groups simultaneous, Premier 
responsible, but Italy has been Mariano Rumor appeared on 
Rhaken for months by labor television to appeal for calm 
strikes and violence. Police in and order. Pope Paul issued a. 


statement describing the *x- 
ploalon in Milan as a "horren¬ 
dous massacre." 

Police said the Milan explo¬ 
sion was caused by a bomb of 
approximately 13 pounds of 
explosives that had been 
placed under a table In it 
waiting room of thd bank. 

In Milan, people thought tht 
Continued on Pago 7 


occurred in a crowded, Udul- 
floor waiting room of Milan's 
national bank of agrlcuifure, 
where the 13 were killed and 
90 others injured. A bomb in a 
bank in Rome injured 14 
persons, and two bombs that 
exploded almost simultan¬ 
eously at the Tomb of the 
Unknown Soldier in Rome 
injured four persons. 


ROME (UPI) — Four 
botnbs exploded in central 
areas of Milan and Rome at 
the height of the evening rush 
hour Friday, killing 13 persons 
and Injuring 108 others in 
Italy’s worst terrorist attack 
since the Second World War. 

The most devastating blast 


that. It would be a way of 
explaining things If Santa 
didn’t show up. Trying to 
provide for herself and her 
son since the death of her 
husband had proved difficult 
But she knew her aon would 
see the Christmas presents of 
other children.) -* • • 



















2 CsUg (Xnlflnlit, Vktorlo, C.C., Saturday, Dec. 13, 1967 



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planning in 1370 and then 
perhaps some action In 1871." 

The areas currently erf major wMkMMkSS 
interest to the lab will not be 
altered by the additional staff . . 

or internal changes caused by a I®.™**™ 
re-evaluation at priori tie*, Dr. D f' T ^° 

Thomas said. \ h a ‘ 

"There are tour very import- n “ tiona ^ Jugglin; 
ant areas we’re interested in,” p . e ' ^^mal « 
he said. “They are, in order erf 1104 yet been com 
priority, forest regeneration. FIRST BITDGET 
forest growth and yield, forest Details of the 
protection and forest eccnomic ^ budget hE 

proWems. worked out yet, 1 

"We've always been coo- Vf0ukJ ha , 

cemed with these four, but the ral t Vf ^ ^ts i 
type of progress that could be importance, 
made before was inadequate!* Not _» ^ 


VEfc> INTEREST IN - DW LON 
>VE TER ADTWIS COMPLAINT 


who’s complainin'? 


We’re now increasing our abil^y 
to deal with them.” 

B.C. REGION 

The director, Who assumed 
control of toe B.C. region during 
the summer, stressed that while 
individual projects might be 
dropped or altered, nothing of 
any major importance was 
being changed. 

"We’re just putting things into 
priorities,” he said. "We have 


fared as well as the British, 
Columbia Fnretrtry region in the 
national realignment: a labora¬ 
tory in Calgary was closed and 
one in Winnipeg was almost 
closed. 

Dr. Thomas said it was not at 
all surprising that British 
Columbia had been chosen as 
the major area for forest 


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I was amazed at the equipment necessary 
— U trailer Cars Fiat take up three freight 
cars of space. Amazed at the almost 
complete lack of opening night jitters and 
impressed with the figure that shows the 
costumes for this year's production came to 
a smooth half million bucks. 

Actually, ■ body shouldn’t be at all 
surprised about anything connected with this 
show. Any outfit that’s been doing business at 
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pretty good feel of toe public pulse. They 
entertain and that’s the name of the game. 


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5 such basic, family-style entertainment 
JJ obviously can hold its own with the skin 

■ shows lhat seem to make up 75 per cent of 
our movie fare these days. 

There'ii not ■ hsrs bosom in the whole 
j’show and it’s not because the gal enter- 
^ talners are lacking in that department. 
; They’ve got everything in spades, but the 
-producers prefer to offer sex appeal with 
■enough mystery to titillate rather than to 
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Everett Makes 
Nuclear Move 

EVERETT, Wash. (AP)-The 
Snohomish County public utility 
district said It wiD buy 100 seres 
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THEBE’S a little squib appears in column 
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like this: "Advertising must comply with the 
British Columbia Human Rights act which 
prohibits any advertising that discriminates 
against any person because of his race, 
religion, sex, colour, nationality, ancestry or 
place of origin." 

Well now, that’s a mouthful of loophole 
covering isn’t it? 

And yet, three columns over In a recent 
edition, a pair of advertisements inserted by 
our government: "The Province of British 
Columbia has openings tor a draughtsman 
and for an air survey photographic technician 
— applicants must be Canadian citizens or 
British subjects.” 

Mr. Attorney-General Les Peterson, I ask 
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it. Physician, heal thyself. 


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'Capades, you've seen them all. I refuse to 
f, buy this on the grounds. I've been thoroughly 
entertained by such productions for more 

- years than I oare to remember. The themes 
are usually fresh and exciting and certainly, 
as always, the skating superb. 

The other night I grabbed a different view 
of the show — from the wings, or backstage. 

£And quite a different picture you get. The 
work at the lighting technicians, of the 
console operator and the tremendous amount 
3 of synchronization he's faced with. 

Sitting directly behind the orchestra end 
‘ discovering that only three men — the 

- musical director, the accordionist and the 
percussionist — are travelling members of 

l toe show, the rest being local musicians. And 
-yet, with very little rehearsal time, the 

score, are usually bang on. THE Nareotic. Addiction Foundation of 

B.C. released some statistics die other day 
gleaned from a study of students and drugs. 
If said that 55.3 per cent of student* have 
access to marijana, 31.2 per cent have 
aocess to LSD and 22 per cent have access to 
metoedrine. All neatly packaged, but rose- 
colored glasses thinking, if you’ll pardon my 
cheek. I've checked with youngsters who are 
at the very heart of the drug scene and 
they’ll laugh at these figures. Their estimate 
on marijuana availability? At least 80 per 
cent of the student population could get the 
stuff if so desired. I’ll take their figure. 


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* Atouettei than about ice shows) and Freddie 
Trenkler, “the bouncing ball of the ice” who 

* has been in the dodge for 33 years starting 

J with the old Sonja Henie revue. 

J The chance to talk with the pretty young 
things In the chorus and finding they get paid 

, a minimum of 3135 a week (increased to 3155 
the second Season) but that just like hockey 
players, they must conform to weight rule*. 
They’re weighed in every week and excess 

_ 8U «t brings about violation points and too 


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By G. C. THO 8 TE 8 ON, MD vision in toe right eye can be 
Deair Dr. Thoateann: In grade corrected. ' Perhaps something 
Achool I began having trouble can be done about the drooping 
With my right eye. The doctor 'id, but that can be decided only 
■lid it was a drooped lid and after careful examination, 
nothing could be done. I am now ★ ★ A 

"• have perfect vision in my Dear Dr . xhoetreoe: What 
laft eye and can see a little out doea , t me an when an ear 
« the right one. Can you give special p U ta toe water in your 
any information on my ear? (I „„ deaf in one ear , 

problem? R. B. Sometimes I become very dizzy. 

Not a great deal, but a little. __ E F . B. 

One drooping lid (as opposed to " ’ ' . , . 

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“ I think your only wise course Dear Dr. Tbonteson: Is It all 

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As to sit-ups, you’ll know when 
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December 13, 1969 
"Gale warning_in effect for 
Juan de Fuca Strait — overcast 
Aith rain becoming shotf^fy. 
Mild. Winds east 15-increasing 
Id 30' this morning. Friday ■ I 
.62; subshine 2 


Island — Gale warning for west ■ 
Coast ©vereast^ with rain be- Mtano 
coming showery" in Die after- HSjjg*; 
itoon. Mild. "Winds southeast 25 Cakpvy 
rising at times to 45 In exposed rl fl! ',. 
areas. Forecast high and low at 
Tofino 48 and C. Sunday 
outlook: Rain, mild. 

moat 

North Cgast — Gale warnings 
continued. Overesvt with rain. 

, 7 - --i, rising to 45 

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OTTAWA (CP) — Fi¬ 
nance Minister Edgar Ben¬ 
son told provincial treasur¬ 
ers Friday he will consider 
seriously their main objec¬ 
tions to his proposed income 
tax changes. 

'‘We’ll change anything ini 
that white paper if we can be | 
convinced It should be 
changed," he told reporters 
after a long closed meeting with 
the provincial ministers. 

Ontario Treasurer Charles 
MacNaughton presented a! 
lengthy brief criticizing many of j 
the tax plan’s basic features 
and the government's estimates 
of the revenue it will produce. 

He said the federal govern¬ 
ment grossly underestimates 
what extra money it will collect 
in taxes. He asked that half the 
excess be turned over to the 
provinces. 

MacNaughton also urged 1 
that capital assets be evaluated! 
for tax purposes every 15 years, 
instead of every five years as 
Benson proposes. The Qrttar- 
io minister said taxpayers 
should be given 10 years to pay 
off high tax bills based on capi¬ 
tal gains. 

Dave Steuart, Saskatchewan’s 
provincial treasurer, apparently 
led the Western fight against 
the government's proposal to 
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Benson said the federal- 
provincial finance ministers 
conference will meet again Feb. 
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At a dinner party Thursday 
night, the ministers agreed they 
should meet four times a year, 
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"The big problem is that we 
never have enough time to dis¬ 
cuss all the things that minis¬ 
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Benson said. 


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Mr. Lavaliie said the vote 
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Failure to comply with the 
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possible decertification of the 
union. 

Still or strike but not directly 
affected by the government 
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Joseph’s Hospital in Estevan. 
That strike began Oct. 23. 

Sister Mary Fitzgerald, ad¬ 
ministrator of the hospital, said 
"We hadn’t considered a similar 
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HOUSTON (AP) — Man can 
do almost any work assigned 
him on the moon, the Apollo 12 
lunar voyagers said Friday. 

"We’ve proven that man can I 
do just about any job you give I 
him out there,” said Apollo 12 
commander Charles Conrad Jr. 

Conrad and fellow moon-walk¬ 
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worked hard hour after hour 
without getting tired and were 
doing jobs about twice as fast 
as they could do them on earth. 

Conrad, Bean and the third 
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ard F. Gordon Jr., discussed 
their 10 -day flight to the moon 
during a 90-minute news confer¬ 
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We're just hoping for 
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Air Attacks 
Kill 170 Reds 

SAIGON (AP) — American 
air cavalrymen and air men op¬ 
erating along a 100-mHe stretch 
of toe Cambodian border north 
of Saigon reported killing 170 
North Vietnamese troops in a 
dozen clashes. 

Much of the attacking was 
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Workers have voted for strike 
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The walks were separated, how¬ 
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 198S 


Time to Straighten Priorities 


N OW THAT FINANCE MINISTER Edgar 
Benson has finally confessed that inflation 
continues to be one of Canada’s major worries and 
has admitted that his program of spending 
restraints and high tax policies has failed to solve 
the problem he might be well advised to find out 
why and then get his priorities straightened out 
, In seeking an answer to this he couldn’t do 
better than start his investigation right in Ottawa 
where the federal government still continues to 
spend the taxpayers’ money on unnecessary things 
and developments as if the national treasury was 
*! its own personal bank account. 

The rapid increase in personnel on ministerial 
staffs, the ever-growing establishment of new 
departments, sub-departments and divisions, the 
continued planning and construction of costly new 
government buildings and the persistent habit of 
throwing good money after bad—such as the 
Bonaventure misadventure —does little to 
strengthen Mr. Benson’s credibility or sincerity in 
the eyes of Canadian taxpayers. 

Surely the time has come for the national 
government to set an example for the people it 
'rules, for until it does it can expect little co¬ 
operation or understanding from them. 

Mr. Benson, of course, can’t say he wasn't 
warned. For months past — and in some cases, 
‘years—the federal finance department has been 
receiving reports cautioning the government on the 


dangers of Inflation and urging action on the 
matter. One of the most important of these, and 
one which Mr. Benson should have read, was the 
result of a questionnaire issued by the Canadian 
Chamber of Commerce at its annual meeting last 
September. 

The report was not only important because it 
came from a body representative of Canadian 
business and industry on a nation-wide basis, but 
because of its findings. 

The questionnaire sought the views of the 
delegates as to the priorities which should be 
accorded various subjects or potential activities of 
the Chamber movement. Of the 233 delegates who 
completed the questionnaire, 146 named the 
control of inflation as their first or second choice, 
62 named tax reform and 41 chose housing. 

From this it is clearly evident that this very 
important and responsible segment of the Cana¬ 
dian community could see—three months ago— 
that inflation was the most important problem 
facing Canada and should be given top priority by 
the government. 

This has not been the case and Canadians will 
now have to suffer the'consequences of Ottawa’s 
head - in - the sand attitude. Premier Thatcher of 
Saskatchewan recently had cause to request that 
Mr. Benson pay attention to what was going on. 

Canadians from coast to coast now have 
ample reason for telling Mr. Benson precisely the 
same thing. 


New Role for Resurgent Japan 


T HE JAPANESE ARE A PROUD and cour¬ 
ageous people in the tradition of the samurai 
warrior caste. They are also an eminently practical 
j race, which accounts for their acceptance with 
commendable patience and fortitude of the condi¬ 
tions of the victors of 1945. They channeled their 
' enormous energy into rebuilding their war- 
shattered economy. And the result has been 
► spectacular. They are the greatest industrial and 
trading nation in Asia, one of the fastest 
developing economies in the world. 

This accomplishment, like West Germany’s, 

»was certainly due in part to the restriction against 
rearmament Japan’s gross national product in 
1 1969 is expected to exceed $160 billion, compared 
’ with West Germany’s $145 billion. 

There is no question that Japan is in a position 
to afford a military establishment as well as any 
other nation and, like West Germany, it is likely 
“she will be encouraged to rebuild her sea and air 
power by the very people who heretofore forbade 
’^Jt—in particular thf. United States. 

The situation may be clarified after the Dec. 

; 27 election, when the pro-western government of 
Prime Minister Eisaku Sato is expected to be 
returned with a substantial majority. But even If It 
’ were not, the Leftist opposition is already asking * 
, how long Japan must accept a subordinate place. 

? And throughout all sections of the society there is 


a growing determination to Insist on a more 
independent role. 

Resentment of the charge by both the Soviet 
Union and China that Japan, part of an American 
defence system, is no more than a puppet of 
Washington has undoubtedly caused some restive¬ 
ness in Tokyo. 

The United States would probably be com¬ 
pliant, if not out-right enthusiastic, about Japan’s 
fuller independence, accompanied as it would be by 
greater military strength. 

With Washington anxious to relinquish 
responsibilities that have been assumed in Asia, 
hoping to disengage to some extent at least, and 
with Britain in the process of withdrawing, Russia 
is moving to establish its influence in the area. 
China’s ambitions are well known. Japan is seen as 
a satisfactory counterbalance. And the United 
States, in the circumstances, would infinitely 
prefer her as a powerful ally rather than a 
dependant. 

The Japanese undoubtedly would be happier in 
i?uch a role, even if it meant sacrifices that the 
acceptance of wider responsibility entails. 

It can be expected that, following his recent 
discussions with President Nixon in Washington 
and after the December election is behind him, 
Prime Minister Sato will have something to say on 
policy which may alter very materially the Far 
East political picture within the next decade. 


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1 ) Ol A THEATREGOER faaa do iron bln finding a seat at the 

S UMHIC £\ j* raUy mo J vl *' bal *’• * whenever a show 

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The Tomato Telegram ‘"the Sound of Mnaic” was a show for the entire 

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A arc the saddest nlares nf nil tha *® r week* la Chatham 


A are the saddest places of all, the ramshackle 
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Finally wormed it oat of him . . . 


{Change in Prospect 


By ALAN TRENGOVE from Melbourne 


and tor many weeks In Chatham. 

Only when people start staying away from the morally 
low movies win the movie-maker* atop producing them. 

So let's pot the Marne where It belongs—on the people 
themselves. No one la tore lag them to attend degrading 
picture*. But If they patronise dirt, that’a what thev’II 
continue to get. 


than hi the white population, an in tb* of power, la bound — - - ■ - ■ . . ... . 1X181 f 0 

us believable 22 per cent in- lo be ignored- If one of every personally reaponaible j for 

crease In the death rate among flve Canadians were Indian, should not receive the same the country are threatening to 

Indian pre-aohool children Problems would be put before pay. go on the wanMth T T c in 

Hatched by equally grim fig- legislator* and government* Premier Robarts’ salary Is government policy proposals At * °° f 1 
ufea about adult death rates W1,h th ® consistency and deter- going up from $30,000 to $40,000, their policy coherence at Har¬ 
ing our Indian people. they already require, an increase which la at least rison Hot Sprigs, the Liberals TT D T\ 

•Not only the Opposition but ^ blJS a Toron,D U .O. 

the government must be dts- l acceptable .than the MLA s 50 soc.al worker that the poor will 


Labor Could Upset Australia’s Coalition 
With Drastic Foreign Policy Results 

r !E John Gorton government, decline in the government’s But It seems unlikely that off their challenges, then an- 
wtdeh was narrowly re- popularity. Gorton’s personality was a nounced sweeping ministerial 

turned to power in the reoent Gorton has had a difficult ma i OT cause for the massive changes, including the shifting 
election, will be lucky to survive time since be succeeded Harold swing against the government, of McMahon from treasurer to 
the full three years of office to Holt, who drowned while swim- More plausible factors were tbe P 081 of 01 mister * OT external 
which it is constitutionally en- ming in the surf In December, the natural swing of the politi- affairs, 
titled. 1967. Because he was originally cal pendulum, a newfound unity ^J^ 8 - was fe,t - would st °P 

Most observers believe that elected on the votes of par 11a- in the Labor Party, and some McMahon from thwarting Gcr- 
intemal strains In the coalition mentary back-benchers and attractive social welfare policies ton 8 attempts to change the 
Liberal and Country parties will lacked support from senior advanced by Labor’s Gough government s approach to social 
sooner or later bring about a colleagues and the Liberal Whltlam, a suave and persua- wa “ are - 

collarae Party machine, he has had to sive lawyer. There is no doubt now that 

Then, it Is expected, the contend with continual reals- Am^ugh Australia is enjoying SXs'Mnih 

Labor Party will return to tance to his policies from the u nprecedented prosperity _ uLr’U' 

power after 20 years in opposi- £4* *“ beat for partly cataed by the minerals electo^te^ere wdl bf lSs 

1100 leadership. boom and sound government emphasla ™ erleaa cocn _ 

Such a change would have a A strong-willed and unconven- management of the economy — m!tmentB ^ moTT thought put 
significant effect on Australia’s tional man, he also has made 50 per cent of Australians think lnto removin( . insecurity and 

foreign policy. many enemies in the press, the it’s time for a change of improving ^ quality o{ Me ^ 

A Labor government would P^lic servlce 81x1 bl * business, government. Australia, 

withdraw all Australian forces Earl y this year he was the * a * But Gorton has a large 

from Vietnam, Singapore and central figrn-e in alleged scan- number of enemies among his 

Malaysia immediately. It would dais. The Liberal-Country govern- own parliamentary colleagues, 

pursue a Fortress Australia O ne story that was circulated ment has grown oqmpUcent, and they could wreck him on 
policy in defence, formally) iin Parliament suggested that he they seem tp think, hod, would any issue with which they 
recognize Red China and ratify had acted improperly toward benefit from a spell m opposi- disagree. 

the nuclear nonproliferation the A me r 1 c a n singer, Liza tion. Already there has been un¬ 
treaty (which the Gorton gov- Minelli, in a Sydney nightclub. Moreover, prosperity has not | favorable publicity brought 

ernment refuses to do). This was shown to be ground- removed some pockets of about by one of the ministers he 

less. poverty and feelings of insecur- sacked, Dudley Erwin, the 

A * * Then one of Gorton’s own |ty among average families former minister for air. 

It also would demand creator party members - Edward St. worried by the prospect ofj ★ * ★ 

influence Tv e r U S. g s P ace- ?«*». aUe | ed ^after attend- crippling medical and hospital Embittemi by his dismissal> 

communications bases in Aus- . 8 ^ bl Ht' , , _ . , Erwin blamed Gorton's pretty 

tralia. Gorton bad 8 *** L ^ ,bor p *«ty proposed ^ shapely priv ate secretary. 

In the October election the W T!" sweeping changes that would Ainsley Gottn, for hi. plight. He 

in tne uetooer eiecnon me ^bassy tn Canberra in the have provided a virtually free that the 23-vear-old 

ss? szriiis* i ^ . iwm H o ',2sr7S5- hMu,h ■ ">r ai ss .^x 

3 Of seven seatt wer thJ ° admi ^ d * at th,B t wa ; animation scheme, the removal ^ ^ vrhna neuter 

££>r pST to fart *?!*,** ^ 01 the «*■“■ test for a !J a* much as he Jvanted to. He 

orimarv vS dent ^ J hm f ° V * r - P™ 51 ™ 8 and 8 vast,y improved had outmanoeuvered by ”a 

gathered more primary votes ★ ★ * free education system. ” he said 

over toe whole nation, but was ^ ^ Mnc(inedi Geraldine Australia, says Labor, could ""Sg % like a medieval coirt - 
, o£fl f because of Aus- Wille8ee was the daughter ^ a a£ford these reforms the ktog is in toe rentre the 

toalia s preferential voting sya- fner^y political opponent, and It was only because Gorton in court j er f are around. But there 

rem ‘ they were accompanied by the last days of the campaign lg ^jy ^ p^on wbo can 

Under this system the second Gorton’s press secretary, Tony stressed that Labor would "cut rea uy get the king's ear ” said 
preferences of those voters who Eggleton. At the embassy they and run’’ from Vietnam and £ rw j n 

supported the Democratic Labor had a few drinks and chatted, jeopardize the American alii- jhis case it is Ainsley 

Party mostly went to toe and then dropped Miss Willeaee ance that his government Gotto . . .” 

coalition parties. off at her flat. scraped back into power. Gorton refuted the chargu 

The Democratic Labor Party Although no charges of im- But no sooner were the votes through Press Secretary Eggle- 
is strongly opposed to the propriety were proved, toe counted than he faced a per- ton _ ^ observers thought 
Liberal Party mainly on foreign allegations certainly didn't help sonal challenge from his minis- Erwjn wag being ludicrous. It 
policy and defence issues. Gorton and his government. By ter for national development, was genera ]i y agreed h® had 

Many theories have been the time of the election he had David Falrbaim, and his treas- deserved to be fired, 

advanced as to why Australia become the moat controversial urer, William McMahon. These Afti; r all his troubles, how- 

seems to be veering sharply to prime minister in Australia’s men from the conservative old ever Gorton must be wondering 

the left. short history, and few people guard of the Liberal Party stood when hig luck ^ ^ to 

One is that Gorton has been knew quite what to make of against him for the leadership, change 

' personally responsible for a him. _ In a tense battle Gorton beat _ n«w» Berne*) _ 


By LUBOR J. ZINK 


U.S. May Have Overstepped the Line 


into national society. 


Ontario deserves to be paid soon taken and by a student T7ARLEER this year President others continued to develop and terms of strategic balance of erican nuclear capability. They 

more than, for example, some leader that there will be "hell to ^ Nixon spoke of the stockpile toe deadly stuff. power considerations. also realized, particularly after 

directors of education around pay” <x\ our campuses unless willingness of his administration This situation was analogous The same, in my opinion, Korea and the Cuban confronts- 


rfwprnmonl B _ v .J j - uhsvwi* u t caucauuil ttlUUfla p«y an OUr CampUBCt ULllMS whiiujiiom vn iuo auuimiau«uw.i -- - -• - -’ .^ »-'---- 

v - 0ur North 18 ««■ 8hame whe re the province who are now our universities are de-Ameri- to "take risks for peace - but to the development and stock- cannot be said of the Nixon tion, the importance of sea- 
nonnem Canadian town, rort Indians are concerned. And making $35,000. canized calculated risks, not foolish piling of poison gas weapons administration's deciilon to re- power. 

mi c m u r r ay, cnm'emU’ Hay m06t Canadians couldn’t care But the whoJp thin* 1* a -n _• __ _ . . „ risks.” before the world war. These duce the ovar-ali strength of Hence the strenuous buildup 

Inuv k*' where'thf di* ,e “' * vicious rtrclTken toe toj of «to lo^for^.rd to «c^t riak-toking PO»cy. which weapons, as we know, were American armed forces, and in recent years of toe Sovirt 

’win* bras* in education or one m “J , “ weeded to Mr. Nixon's belief never used in the 1939-1945 particularly of the navy, nuclear arsenal and tha Soviet 

legislature (Q u e bTc I pus^s 32£na* r * beU,0n ^ that "after a period of confrm, conflm ration. _ At a time when toe Soviet navy._ j . _ 

Indian is “at the end of the tt t 

line ” living to a squalor UllWaiTailted 

Paralleled only IB Latin Ameri- ^ 


legislature Quebec) pushes rebellions, 
salaries out of line, others feel 
sorry for themselves and do the 
same thing. Thus higher taxes 
and inflation and the under- 'C' 1 
standably angry phone calls the I F 3.1S 
MLAs have reported from con -1 
atituents. I The Wl 


False Colors 


The Winnipeg Free Press 


iLiton U S IE « a i*hes out of line, others feel I ' i nation we are entering an era of + * ★ Union is reaching nuclear parity Having now reached a rough 

Ifoi. ” Hvkw ta a I TnWHrrHnfpd »rry for themselves and do the I negotiation,” started t a k l n g In retrospect some people with toe US. and continues nuclear parity with the U^S. and 

HMikM^nlv to laUn UUWtHTaJl LCU iame thing. Thus higher taxes shape with the decision to assume that timely Initiative a enlarging its land and naval fearful of their disarrayed and 

^raile d only IB Latin Amei, , and inflation and toe under- T" 1 i reduce U.S. military spending generation ago might have forces. Washington's tiptoeing faultering economy s ability to 

KaiSe standably angry phone calls the I T &1.S6 U^OlOrS by about $4 billion and initiate removed the dread of poison in toe opposite direction under sustain a new round to the big 

Our governments and our- MLAs have reported from con- ixdlaterai troop cuts abroad and gas warfare, although no one domestic political pressures is league arms race, Soviet stra- 

■Ives lay claim to a sense of Tb e Ottawa Journal atituents. The Winnipeg Free Press »t home. can be absolutely sure that In danger of Overstepping the tegists are apparertly vv^tog to 

concern about the Indian and Now the president has taken Hitler would not have been line between calculated and consider some form of strategy 

Hie Eskimo, that we are not hs AyCEMBERS of the Ontario jy a newspaperman should another calculated risk by pull- tempted to misuse a certainty foolish risks. arm* freeze, because a *t»bil- 

rther countries who *hun the iVl LngWature had some ktad „ „ , seek t _ himarlf rdf »• , tog the U.S. out of toe biological of freedom from retaliation. For more than two decades ized nuclear standoff would 

welfare and file potential for of pay raise coming to them, f PW r *. .. . j. . . warfare field. This element of doubt can the safety of the Western enable them to bring into play 

integration of their founding Who doesn’t? But the 50 .per Mountie, he could be charged probably be disregarded to the democracies has rested square- toeir superiority in conventional 

peoples This continues to be a cent boost (to 518,000 a year far Edmonton Jo ai un ^ er tt* section of Ihe * * * oaje Q f germ warfare prepara- ly on American nuclear superi- forces. 

lp>Uer-thai>Jhou attitude re- an ordinary MLA) they now are at , , Criminal Code that says Of these three unilateral sbeps tions, because biological wea- ority. | * .* * . 

ffccted in our determination to going to give themselves is too J* 1 ® ^ anadian “Everyone who... not being a to. most spectacular is the pons are much more of a two- Outnumbered from the start The Americans, who are 

criticize the United State* tor much. , . had com ‘ M ' ’’ hH decision to destroy the existing edged sword than poison gases, in conventional forces, it wa* an ^ ol “ to avt " d toe expense of 

*>t solving their own ;problems After an increase o^ that mlsllQ p e f 58 000 nor *- P**®* °* ficer OT P ublic officer ug gt£)ckg of bacteriologictl And since Mr. Nixon's initiative this Strategic backbone of and deploying the 

With race and alienation when magnitude who can believe,that commisskmed officers and only usee a badge or article of weapons and the pledge not to to this field retains the safety NATO which checked toe initial iJreatty blueprinted new K e ^ r *' 

ve haw scarcely begun to cope they really mean to control ~ ,ouo , p ^ va ”? ^ taapayers uniform or equipment in a engage offensively in germ measure of continued defensive poet-war Soviet expansion west- tion of nuclearweapons, should 

#ith our c*vn. government spending? How can ® U1 .b 0 ^. “at the defence manrier n, at j g ukely to cause warfare under any circum- biological research, there is a ward and stabilized the dividing realize that wimeut a parity in 

t toey cluck away at inflationary department »tnp« short of the ^ t u- . stances. At the same time it is good chance that a general tine in Europe. There can also conventional forces the eagerly 

tert, ^ bitter waKe ttttJemgnU in ^ or I example of toe legendary Mexi- ****** J*> brteve ® at 1 a proiwbly the least risky of Mr. agreement on "germ disarma be no doubt that it was **ight stalemate in strategic 


<In fact, one. 


that a general tine in Europe. There can also conventional forces toe eagerly 
"germ dUarma be no doubt that it was slight stalemate to strategic 


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Ct ^ adl goverTUTient at ^ wh er. every man was peace officer or a pubkc officer. Nlxon ., dl8armament lnitiatlver aloflK toe lines proposed American nuclear superiority arrm _ ^^pose ^ava 


2* - cars or food expect to be a (teneral. as the case may be, Is guilty rf ( While all toe major military by Britain could be reached. If which forced toe Kremlin to danger to Wratern, and there- 

mdsting there, ttiejxuureratmg taken se riously? The credibility an offence punishable on sum power* have been experiment- so, toe dread of biological back down from toe brink of fore toetoewrt security, 

end bungling a «^\ c , re ^, of politician* among the public n v if mary conviction.” ing with biological warfare warfare, which is no less war to the Berlin ^nd Cuban Seen in tide perspective, toe 

senting focal, territorla d u da0 gerously fragile these K6DClllOHS On the other hand, if a weapons, they have all come to oppressive for being, in all crises to precipitated. U.S. unitoterial ecalfog down of 

J b ^ aUCra S-! TT -ays. ... . . . Mountie should seek to pass the conclusion that ho one would probability, largely imaginary These probing ventures oon- armed forces, mothballing of 

which decision, have to be MLAs and provincial cabinet Tbt "“**"*’ C * , * arv himself oft as a newspaperman .fare to unleash uncontrollable will be eliminated. vinced Soviet leader, that utlll- ship* and closing down some rt 

“ t * red - ? ministers do not have the same Iroquois on the Six Nation’s he can expect to have bh epidemic* even In an extreme Even if this American move zation of their advantage to th* sirsis gl c rasps co uld 

' To be blunt.- the Indian in degree of responsibility or a* Reserve in Ontario have re- conduct explained and excused military emergency. Yet none ware to fail to produce toe oonventional forces depended on already denote a drift from 
Canada suffers from shortage of many demands on their time as belled against Ottawa a au- in the Commons by the solicitor- oil them dared to renounce and hoped far result, the risk Mr. overtaking, or at least matching calculated to foolish risks, 
numbers. A minority of less tttalr federal counterpart* They thority and other Indiahs across general. destroy these weapons while the Nixon is taking is marginal in and thereby checkmating Am- n w*u Nanu new* Srertcet 


“SI* taken “rtously? The credibility 

sn«l bungling «^ncie. repre Qf litici|ini am the 

senting focal^ territorial and u dangerougl £ ^ ^ 

|ederal bureaucracies through 

which decitton. have to be ML As and provincial cabinet, 
ttlter-ed. m nasi era do not have the same 


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ASHINGTON (AP) — The]through on a vote of TO to 7, 
ate Friday night approved a also requires a new warning on 
banning cigarette ads on cigarette packages, but bars 
io and television after Jan. 1,1 further government regulation 
L. I of cigarette advertising until 

he measure, which breezed I July, 1971. 


Dom- of the Vietnam war annual 


WASHINGTON (UPI) 
cstic violence so ‘threatens the general welfare spending should 
United States that the nation I be hiked by about J20,000,000,- 
must switch from a war-defence- 000, as an initial goal, 
space economy to spend an "As the gross national pro- 
extra S20.000.000.000 a year on duct and tax revenues continue 
homes, jobs, education and to rise we should strive to keep 
general welfare, the National military expenditures level. 
Violence Commission (kid while general welfare expendi- 


discriminalion. disfiguring of Luther King 
the environment, unprecedented; senator Rol 
intcrde|>cndence, the dislocation June 6, 1968. 
of human Identity and moti- 
vat ion created by an affluent ft 
society all resulting in a C ■ 

rising tide of individual and 3 |J I 
group violence." £ fer I] 


EWING TOWNSHIP, N.J. <UPI) — A 44- 
year-old truck driver who shot and killed his wife 
told police her death was accidental. 

Cyril Gryskiewicfc said neither he nor his wife 
Cecelia knew there were any bullets in the .44- 
calibre magnum revolver with which she was killed. 

Gryskiewicz said he and his wife would take 
turns "every couple of weeks” pointing the big 
unloaded revolver at each other and snapping the 
hammer. 

"That’s our way of life,” he said. 


Chairman Mlltqn Eisenhower, 
brother of Dwight Eisenhower, 
released the report at a news 
conference. 

The commission was 
appointed 18 months ago by 
president Johnson following the 
assassinations of Dr. Martin 


Friday. 

In its final- report to President 
Nixon, the national commission 
on the causes and prevention of 
violence said once U.S. gets out 


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TORONTO (CP) — The 
widow of C. Powell Morgan, 
late president of Atlantic Ac¬ 
ceptance Corp. Ltd., said Thurs¬ 
day night her husband was inno¬ 
cent and bitterly criticized Mr. 
Justice Samuel Hughes. 

Mr. Justice Hughes labelled 
Morgan "one of the world's 
notorious swindlers” in his 
royal commission report into 
the collapse of Atlantic which 
was released earlier Thursday. 

"The commission's attack on! 
my husband was a cowardly act 
since he isn't alive to defend 
himself," Mrs. Morgan said in 
an interview. 

"I’m shocked beyond words 
by the report. Atlantic’s col¬ 
lapse was a tragedy that cost 
my husband his life. 

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Canadian brands ! Munro said regular-size plain- Munro said there is an effort 

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OTTAWA (CP) — A govern-1 
ment bill to amend the Trust 
Companies Act was called "a 
band-aid on a wooden leg 1 ’ in 
tlie Commons Friday as opposi¬ 
tion members united in terming 
it inadequate. 

The amendments would ex¬ 
pand the lending and invest¬ 
ment powers of federally-incor¬ 
porated trust companies. 

Herb Gray, minister without 
portfolio, said the bill will give 
the trust companies more flexi¬ 
bility in supplying mortgage 
funds for the housing market. 

The bill, in second reading 
which will resume later, would 
also provide a means of incor¬ 
porating trust companies by let¬ 
ters patent instead of using the 
present system of special acts 
of parliament in each case. 

Henri Latulippe (Creditiste— 

Compton) said iV would hurt the 
credit situation. 

The government was going to 
allow trust companies to in¬ 
crease their loans and interest Embassy 
rates to exaggerate the prohletn K" '1 
Instead of instituting strong con- MacD. Men. 
trol over lending. Mark Ten 

The proposed amendments. Newport 
Latulippe said, were “like Salem 
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True LI (14) 06 (0.7) 

Viceroy 20 (20) 0.9 (1.0» 

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MacD. Men. 19 (17) 1.1 (1.1) 


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British Cons. 20 (19) 1.1 (1.2) 1 

Buckingham 21 (21) 1.0 (1.0) . 

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“EVen if I can manage to 
find a job, I haven’t a hope of 
getting work at a comparable 
salary." 

The knowledge that federal 
Fisheries Minister Davis told 
the House of Commons that Mr. 
Ajai Manaingh waa very com¬ 
petent somehow doesn't seem 
quite enough for the young 
scientist, who turned down two 
attractive offers to join the 
forestry service in 1§67. 

A serious complaint among all, 
those declared "surplus'' is the 
timing of the announcement. 


“They said there would be 
layoffs back in August, bat here 
It Is in the middle of December, 
now when it's too late to get 
academic appointments and the 
labor market is tight," said Dr. 
Baker. "They couldn’t have 
made it any worse if they'd [ 
planned it." 

Dr. Thomas said it was 
"unfortunate” there had been 
such a delay in advising .people 
concerned, hut said it had been 
caused by the treasury board's 
desire to be "absolutely fair" to I 
everyone. 

COULD BE FILED 

Joe Clare, loeal representative 
of the Professional Institute of 
the Public Service of Canada, j 
said grievances could be filed j 
but it was ulikely the claim- 1 
ants would get any satis¬ 
faction from the government. 

“I think everyone should start 
to ask themselves 
sibility an employer does bear 
towards hi* employee*. Dr 
Baker has suffered a great deal [ 
and thefe is real hardship 
here," he said. 

The sudden police Is not much 
easier on the other three 
scientists Involved. 

TWELVE YEARS 

Tree biologist Dr. Lome Ebell 
has spent 12 years with the 
department, with no expectation 
that he would be rewarded with 
his walking papers. 

Zoologist Donald Edwards 
Who has also spent 12 years 
with the department had l>cer 
assigned to a project that didn't 
need someone of his qualifi¬ 
cations. 

Seven non-professional staff, 
members were also advised 
they now were considered I 
surplus. Their cases were, like ' 
those of the professionals, des-1 
pile seniority. 


The staff cutbacks are in 
keeping with the federal 
government's austerity program 
which will affect the forest lab 
In a backhand way, by increas -1 
ing its original staff with 
persons transferred here from 
other centres across Canada. 

Dr. Baker spoke for all those 
affected when he summed up 
the government program with 
"It took 150 years to get into 
this mess. Why does It have U> I 
be cleaned up all at once?" 

By coincidence, Friday in 
Ottawa, Victoria MP David . 
Groos was asking Prime 
Minister Trudeau whether he 
Would “invite the president of 
the treasury board" to relax 
austerity staff reductions where 
war amputees are concerned. 


The Mercedes-Benz 2805 does 
not have pin striping, a wall-to-wall 
grille, or a hood two feet longer than 
anything it pretends to enclose. 

But its classic lines, free of fad¬ 
dish touches, will grace any driveway 
—and will still be pleasing long after 
newer styling furbelows have rendered 
this year's crop of "dreamboats" ob¬ 
solete. 

The real beauty of the 2805, 
though, lies not so much in how the 
car looks, as in what it does. 

Endowed by Mercedes-Benz 
engineers with sophisticated, ultra¬ 
performance features that simply do 
not exist on domestic sedans in the so- 
called "fine car" field, the 280S steers, 
maneuvers and stops at if your life 
depended on it. 

This is one reason why Car and 
Driver magazine, with a world of cars 
to choose from, concludes that the cur¬ 
rent Mercedes-Benz line "represents 
the present pinnacle in safe car engi¬ 
neering." At 


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the 280S, scrunch down and look be¬ 
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It's not the rigid "beam" axle of most 
domestic cars. It is articulated. 

This Mercedes-Benz low-pivot 
swing axle permits each rear wheel to 
move up and down independently of 
the other, just as the front wheels do. 
The result is leech-like roadability. 

If you know what you're look¬ 
ing for, you can also spot heavy-duty 
thrust arms. Individual coll springs 
and shocks, and a horizontal hydro- 
pneumatic load-leveling device. 

All in all, suspension ideas 
more common on 180-mph Grand Prix 
racing cars than 5-passenger sedans. 


Engineering extravagance? 

A passenger car doesn't need a 
suspension fit for a racer, argue some 
critics. True, reply Mercedes-Benz en¬ 
gineers. For everyday city driving, this 
is sheer engineering extravagance. 

But some day you might have 
to get off the pavement, onto a stretch 
of potholed back road. You might have 
to enter a sharp curve or a turn-off 
faster than you intended. You might 
have to jockey out of a tight spot while 
cruising at 65 mph on a busy highway. 

And, suddenly, you realize that 
this engineering extravagance is no ex¬ 
travagance at all. 


Sharp reflexes^ 

Occasionally, it Is also neces¬ 
sary for a 3,400-pound automobile 


BACK IN AUGUST 


IN KEEPING * 


Of eU car* in iht "luxury clast" field, the Mercedes-Benz 280S is rated the safest, most roadworthy, Read why. 


hurtling along at high speed to stop 
abruptly. 

Once more, Mercedes-Benz en¬ 
gineers draw on their experience with 
World Champion racing machinery. 
They employ the more expensive, but 
clearly superior, type of brakes used 
almost universally on today's profes¬ 
sional racing circuits. 

Disc brakes. 

The engineers don't stint, 
either—by putting disc brakes only at 
the front wheels, and settling for con¬ 
ventional drum brakes on the rear. 
They insist on attaching a massive disc 
brake to every wheel of every Mer¬ 
cedes-Benz. 

Someday, doubtless, 4-wheel 
disc brakes will be offered on a domes¬ 
tic "luxury" car. 

Accurate steering is vital for 
maximum control, too. In an emer¬ 
gency, you don't have time for a 
sweeping twirl of the wheel. 

The ingenious Mercedes-Benz 
recirculaUng-ball'type steering system 
of the 2805 eliminates sloppy play in 
the wheel—and blesses you with the 
"feel" of the road. Suddenly, you are 
a more confident driver. 

Taut, sensitive steering is re¬ 


tained even with Mercedes-Benz pow¬ 
er steering—characterized by Cur and 
Driver as "unquestionably the most 
precise unit of Us kind ever developed." 

If trouble comes 

The responsiveness which 
makes the 280S such a joy to drive is 
its best defense against blundering mo¬ 
torists. However, if the worst happens, 
the car is designed to shield you. Nat¬ 
urally, it meets all the U.S. safety reg¬ 
ulations. But Mercedes-Benz safety 
goes beyond the letter of these laws. 

The entire passenger compart¬ 
ment is built as a sturdy "safety zone." 
Doors are designed to stay shut on im¬ 
pact. The front and rear of the car are 
engineered to crumple in a crash at a 
controlled rate, absorbing shock and 
reducing the threat of serious injury. 

"A fellow hit me when 1 stopped 
at a toll booth," reports one Mercedes- 
Benz owner. "People in his car were 
hospitalized. But 1 just opened my 
door and stepped out," 

Showroom experiments 

The 2805 is as habitable as it is 
roadworthy and safe. 

Slip behind the wheel, and flex 


your back. This is no marshmallow 
seat. It supports you, hour after hour. 
It should: it was designed with help 
from orthopedic physicians. 

Check the rear shelf. Carpeted. 
Feel the underside of the dashboard. 
There’s no spaghetti tangle of wires. 
It's fully finished off. Finger the wood 
trim—real walnut, not plastic. 

Many cars are designed to win 
admiration for their owners. Mer¬ 
cedes-Benz cars are designed to win 
admiration from their owners. Quite 
a distinction. 

No shortcuts 

Your 280S is built with uncom¬ 
promising care, to make it a lasting 
investment, too. 

Every 280S begins life In a 
shower of sparks. It is not bolted into 
being, like a conventional car, but 
solidified by thousands of welds. After 
50,000 miles or so, you may start to 
wonder if it will ever rattle. 

More than four coats and 44 
pounds of paint and primer rust pro¬ 
tection are lavished on each car. Ev^n 
the insides of the hubcaps are coated. 
As a final flourish in Its armament 
against corrosion, the 2805 gets a 24- 


Machined to racing tolerance*, 
the 2.8 liter, overhead cam, six-cyl¬ 
inder engine of the 2805 is built to run 
flat-out on Germany's autobahns for 
hours on end (It often does)—and can 
cruise at any posted speeds in Amer¬ 
ica, with energy in reserve. 

However, if you'd like evell 
more power, you may choose the 
280SE. The "E"—for Einspritzmotor 
—gives you a Bosch 6-plunger fuel- 
injection system that boosts horse¬ 
power by nearly 15 percent, at virtu¬ 
ally no sacrifice in gas mileage. 

note: Another variation, the 
280SEL, affords a wheelbase 4 inches 
longer, and with four inches additional 
legroom in the rear compartment. Ma¬ 
neuverability is unimpaired. 

16 -page brochure 

To learn more details of the re¬ 
markable 280S—. 87,856 complete 
with automatic shift, power steering 
and power brakes 97,181 without 
frills)—mail the coupon for a color 
brochure. 

Better still, drop by the show¬ 
room and arrange to test the car. Driv¬ 
ing is believing. 

Other models to ponder: 

250 Sedan—a less costly, but 
unflappable, road car, $5,750 

280SL Roadster—a sports car 
for grown-ups, combines soul-stirring 
performance with comfort, $8,896 
220 Diesel—the only diesel- 
powered automobile Mercedes-Benz 
makes, gives you small-car economy 
in a big, safe sedan that may well en¬ 
dure for decades, $5,352 

600 Grand Mercedes—-the ul¬ 
timate motor car, {27,200 


Mercedes-Bsnz at /^T\ 

Canada, Ltd. I \ 

P.O. Box SOI Terminal A 
Toronto, 1 , Ontario jr 


Please send me a 16-page, full-color 
brochure on the new generation of 
motor car* from Mercedes-Benz. 


• , i 

'Suggested retail prices, exclave of options, F.O.B., Toronto, provincial tuna extra 


>L»t>» (Vnlnnist. Victoria, B.C., Saturday, Doc, 13, 1969' 


Scientists 

‘Surplus’ 


'Tlii: n* Wouldn't be any point 

in my evrn HUni a grievance 
with the union,''hr said. “I'd 
ham to retire at 65 anyway. My 
wile and I will just have tq do 
with leas than we’d planned. 
Wa’D get by. 

OLDER PEOPLE 
“I don't think they ahould 
have done this,, though. It's not 
right to let off the older people 
who've given satisfactory ser¬ 
vice all their lives. ' 

The notice was an inescapable 
disappointment to Me. Phelpa, 
but for .46-year old Dr. Baker, 
his wife and two-year-old 
daughter, it was much worse 
than a disappointment. 

"Certainly th« scops or 
Variety^* employment has been 
greatly reduced for me," he 
said. "I’m already finding - ' a 
rather difficult situation when I 
have to tell them I have only 
onb eye and any extended field 
work is out because of the 
nature of the care a false eye 
needs. 

SIMILAR WORK 


Any qqq car looks good in a 
glittering showroom. The Mercedes-Benz 280S 
shines in a tight spot on the highway. 

* 

Look underneath, and you’ll begin to see why. 

















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Billq CgplontKt 'ictorki, B.C., Saturday, D#c. 13, 1969 J 


Kiernan Asks Federal Help 


Recreation Minister Kenneth 
Kiernan has called on the 
federal government to extend 
pilotage services to ships plying 
waters off the rugged west 
coast of Vancouver Island as a 
pollution preventive measure. 

He said in an interview 
Friday he is concerned about 


Federal fisheries officers re¬ 
ported Friday the oil slick 
appears to be dissipating, and if 
the wind and currents continue' 
to be favorable it will be 
carried out to sea with little 
serious damage. 


the threat to marine life posed 
by oil leaking from the ruptured 
bunkers of the wrecked Greek 
freighter Treis Ierarchai hard 
aground on Ferrer Point north 
of Tofino. 

Of even more concern was the 
frequency with which such 
shipwrecks are occurring cm the 


west coast of the Island, he 
said. 

It raises the serious question 
of whether or not pilotage 
regulations should be extended 
so that ships receive greater 
benefit from pilots with “inti¬ 
mate local knowledge,” he 
added. 


If more wrecks copld be i gallons of bunker oil into the| 
averted with the danger they ocean forming a sikk covering, 
bring of oil pollution, the added several square miles, appears to I 
costs of more pilotage service poee no special hazard to the 
would be preferable to attempt- colony of rare sea otters i 
ing to clean up pollution after it established July 21 some 35 
happens, Mr. Kiernan said. miles north of the spot where i 
He added that this wreck, the ship foundered, 
which spilled a total of 260 -- 


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Privacy Invasion Found 


think that not to be within the 
term ‘e a vesdropping’, the 
essence of which is the over¬ 
hearing of private conversa¬ 
tion,” said the judgment. 

"It is clear that there was no 
trespass within the meaning of 
that subsection, but there was 
surveillance, and the act pro¬ 
vides that privacy may be 
violated by surveillance whether 
or not accomplished by 
trespass,” said Mr. Justice 
Seaton, in his written judgment. 

On Nov. 20, cotmsel for Mr. 
McArthur had submitted the 
detective was an agent of and 
acting for Mrs. Davis and was 
carrying out a bona flde investi¬ 
gation. 

COURT OF LAW 

"He was a licensed private 
detective carrying on inves¬ 
tigation for the purpose of 
obtaining evidence to be pre¬ 
sented in a court of law," he 
had said. 

Mr. St. Jorre had said he was 
relying on Mr. McArthur's 
private detective's licence as a 
defence and had added that a 
narrow interpretation of the 
Privacy Act could put private 
detectives out of business. 

In his judgment. Mr. Justice 
Seaton said if it were, once 
concluded that there had been 
an invasion of privacy under the 
act. then it could not be said 
that there was claim of right 
unless a private investigator has 
the right to violate the privacy 
of another. 

‘NO RIGHT’ 

“He does not have that 
right,” said the judgment. 

"I conclude that the violation 
of the plaintiff’s privacy was 
committed ‘wilfully and without 
claim of right’," Mr. Justice 


being so thoroughly invaded as 
to cause a reasonable man to be 
worried, apprehensive and 
emotionally upset. 

“When the conduct of a 
private investigator reaches 
that point I have no hesitation 
in saying that he is violating the 
privacy of the person he is 
investigating." 

Mr. McArthur, continued the 
judgment, had known that an 
enquiry had been going on for 
years and that others continued 
that enquiry when he started 
work. 

"He continued his investiga¬ 
tion in complete disregard of 
the rights of the plaintiff, 
thinking, mistakenly, that the 
plaintiff bad no right to privacy. 

BROAD, CLEAR 

“The Legislature has seen fit 
to give him that right in terms 
that are broad but clear,” said 
Mr. Justice Seaton. 

Assessing damages, the 
judgment pointed out that while 
Mr. McArthur was not liable for ! 
the conduct of others, he was 
liable for injury caused to a 
man already emotionally upset 
as a result of continued sur¬ 
veillance. 

•ms VICTIM’ 

"The defendant must take his 
victim as he finds him where he 
knows of the prior and contlnu- 
continued 


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a time of his marriage breakup • 
when he would have been 
distraught in any event. 

“He did not know why he was 
being followed, even worrying 
that his life might be In danger. 

"He became upset and ner¬ 
vous as a result of the continued 
surveillance under 


Mr. 1 Justice Seaton agreed 
with defence counsel Mr. St. 
Jorre that the possession of the 
lioence wag relevant in the case. 

“The scandal seeker might 
yiolate one's privacy, while an 
same 


investigator doing the 
thing but with his legitimate 
purpose might be held not to be 
invading privacy,” he said. 

The degree of privacy to 
which 


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which be 
existed, and had to consult a 
doctor. 

"During the surveillance of 
May, 1968, which the defendant 
knew was added to other 
s u r veillance, the defendant 
knew, or ought to have known, 
that the plaintiff’s privacy was 


person was entitled 
varied with circumstances, he 
said. 

Mr. Justice Seaton said that 
other activity caused gngpt 
apprehension in the plaintiff 


WOODWARD’S FANCY CALIFORNIA 


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bombing signalled a general 
campaign of sabotage. Scores 
of Christmas shoppers panick¬ 
ed and ran screaming through 
the streets. 

Cardinal Arc hbishop 
Giovanni Colombo prayed 
amid the rubble of the bank 
and said the bombing was "an 
act of hate against human¬ 
ity." 

Rev. Corrado Fiorvanti, who 
was inside the Milan bank, 
staggered through the smoke 
and dust. He was covered 
with blood. 

“I did what I could,” he 
said. “I gave the last rites to 
about 15 people who looked 
dead or dying. There was 
nothing else I could do.” 

Pietro Benzl, a farmer, 
described the scene. 


waved his hand toward the 
stream of stretcher bearers 
from ambulances that inched 
toward the bank in a giant 
traffic jam. 

“This attack, in its cold and 
evil fashion, shows that there 
exists among us elements 
pursuing objectives dragging 
this country toward disorder,” 
Rumor said in his television 
statement 


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ing investigations, 
the judgment. 

Setting damages at $1,000 Mr. 
Justice Seaton said he felt the 
position was probably compar¬ 
able to that in defamation and 
false Imprisonment actions. 


The Italian Communist 
party, the biggest In the West 
with an estimated 1,000,000 
members, was quick to de¬ 
nounce the bombings as 
“bloody and beastly violence.” 

Witnesses said the scene in 
Milan was something out of a 
war movie. 

“I heard an incredible 
explosion," said D a n i e 1 e 
Vaghi, a customer at the 
Milan bank. "TTien I Saw 
people all around me flying 
and faning." Miss Vaghi 
suffered a cut arm. 


Worker Dies 
After Fall 

VANCOUVER (CP) — Arthur 
Thompson, 58, of Vancouver, 
died after a five-storey fail] 
from a window ledge of a Van-' 
Police 


WOODWARD’S RICH 


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"I saw a child flying 
through the air,” he said. “I 
was in shock. It seemed like 
the Apocalypse.” 

Windows were smashed. 
Slivers of glass knifed through 
crowds on the busy sidewalks. 
Employees and customers on 
the first and second floors 
heard the blast, then were 
caught as the ceiling collap¬ 
sed. 

"It was unthinkable 
hprror,” said Vittor LocatelH, 
a 57-year-old farmer. "It was 
there we met to talk, to trade, 
to pay our bills to one 
another. And now . . ." He 


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couver office building, 
said the self-employed window! 
cleaner was apparently moving' 
from one window to another 
when he fell , 


“The purpose, that is the 
investigation of the conduct of 
the plaintiff, was lawful, but it 
does not follow that everything 
done in carrying out" that 
purpose was lawful. 

“It does not make the in¬ 
vasion of a person’s property 
lawful, nor does it make the 
Invasion of a person's privacy 
justifiable." 


Tissue 


Stivers nf glass from the 
windows of the big building, 
located directly behind the 
Milan cathedral and a few 
yards from the La Scale 
opera house, knifed through 
crowds outside. 

A cloud of smoke and dust 
hung over the bank as ambu¬ 
lances Inched through traffic 
jams to reach victims. Police 
ordered all traffic stopped to 
make way for the ambu¬ 
lances. 


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The explosion at the 
National Bank of Labor in 
Rome, located three blocks 
from the U.S. Embassy, was 
caused by what police 
described as a bomb ignited 
by nearly two pounds of 
explosives. It shattered 
windows, started a fire and 
smashed water pipes. 

The explosion in Piazza 
Venezia — the centre of Rome 
since the time of the Caesars 
— could be heard for several 
blocks around. Those injured 
there were hit by flying 
masonry. 


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ruplets were born to a South 
African woman but all babies 
died by nightfall. The three 
girls and a boy, all weighing 
under two pounds, were three 
months premature. 


Legalized lottery provisions ofl uniformity desirable in net 


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which come into effect Jan. 1, Asked if the new provincial 
are unlikely to bring any quick regulations would permit 
major change in gambling lotteries in B.C., the attorney- 
practices in B.C., Attorney- general said he wus referring 
General Leslie Peterson said primarily to bingo and gambling 
Friday. in private clubs. 

”1 do not expect there will be ''?* lines ha ^ e * * 
any major change by the firet set ’ Mr ' Peterso ? * ai V * 1 
of the year,” Mr. Peterson said ca , n ““f® ^ * anbc ‘- 

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Vancouver 
Mines Make 
Best Gains 


PEMBERTON, HOLMES LTD. 

IWK GOVERNMENT STREET 

Are pleased to announce 

An unusual opportunity to buy a spacious home in SOUTH 
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Today’s Dollar 

IIONTIZAL- Clnat 

U S. dollar - 1W 1/J + 1/18 

Pound aterilt* - 1.57 MAI + IA1 

MRW TOH- Close 
Cana (flan dollar .« 1/12 — I/M 

Pound atartlng _ 139 <7/14 + I/M 


Toronto Industrials 


1161 MONTEREY AVENUE 

WILL BE 

OPEN FOR INSPECTION 


Ctoaa 

32* + % Alleghany US 
8* + * Allied Chem MS 
7* Allli Chaim as 

2dfi + 5 Alcoa 89% 

1J6 + S Amir All 0 

** Arner Can 40% 

77 Amor Motor* IS 

. Ai»r SAKS 

aaa _ia Amer T A T 49% 

TjT, T2 Amp*« «S 

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at any reasonable hour by appointment 
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• Luxuriously Carpeted Living Room 

• Dining Room and Family Room 

• Smart Modem Kitchen with adjacent Laundry 

PRICED AT $32,500 

Owner offers 6 months delayed closing to good covenant 
or will rent from purchaser for similar period. 

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TORONTO 

ISS Industrial! 183.Ct, up 1.81 
12 Golds I M..M. nil .n 

2 » Bass Mstals 11*44, up 1.14 
IS Wnatorn OUa 188 48, up 1.17 

Shares: 2,283,008. 


Hriitol Myera 71* 
Brunawlrk 18* 
♦ « Burroughs ins 

+ 1 Celanese » 


Daman, GUI, Fields and GUI 
wue lower. 

FaSeonbridge Up 

TORONTO (CP)—The market 
advanced sharply in light trad¬ 
ing lor ks second successive up¬ 
ward session. 

Industrial mining and con¬ 
struction and material stocks 
led the advance. Beverage, com 
munication, general manulao 
turing, oil refining and trust 
and loan issues were slightly 
lower. 

Among Industrial mines, Fal- 
oonbridge rose 3)4 to 167, Mat- 
tagamt 2% to 29 and Inoo % to 
46%. 

McIntyre, which owns about 
37 per cent of Falconbridge, 
rose 3 to 152. 

In construction and material 
issues, Canada Cement gained 
% to 30 and Dominion Bridge 
% to 14%. 


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Tr Wrrld X* 

Helen Cat* MS 

Union OH MS 

union Pac X* 

Un Aircraft 40* 

Un Airlines »* 

United Fruit 43 
United Util 23* 

US Rubber It* 

US Ply Cham U 
US Steel M* 

Vartan X* 

Weat Pac lit. 

Weatmgtkaaae 55* 

Whirlpool X 

Worfworth r* 

Xerox 107* 

Xtra Inc 0% 

Zenith X* 


(OFF ROCKHEIGHTS) 

SAT. 1:30 - 4:30 


Calvert 

CS Pete 
C8 Pet# w 
C Ex Gae 
C Grided] 

C Gridoti - 


Ptm tin pr 
Pres C f pr 
Priea Cm 
Qidota A 
Rank nig 


- Gridoti p SCO s»* X* x* - 1 
C Hcxneatd 900 H»% 14* 14*— J 

C LI Pete IBM HU 101 101 + 1 

Cdn Sup O 1750 gtt* 27* »* +« 
Cdn Tricot m IW* 10* W* — 4 

Cent Del 2110 HI* 12 12* + \ 

Charter a 8100 M0 MS M.i -SO 
CJiieftan D 5300 IU* 10* 10* —H 
Clark Cali 1800 290 280 290 + SO 

C Eaat Cr XD IU m 330 4-10 

Dynam 32500 103 153 IX + S 

Enilgn OU 700 HSn S25 S» —M 

French Pt 1750 U0 U95 MB + 9 

Mill City S300 :•» Ul U6 + J 

Nat Pet# 3400 W5 170 ITS + I 

N Coot 1736 ru ISO 120 + 1 

N Dav 42200 X 18* 19* + I 
Nortlud BOO 54 54 54 

Numae itao m no *M) 

Okalta 9100 ’.ta 2S a — 3 

(Malta 9100 X X X — 5 

Pernio 10(10 97 93 18 +3 

Pgniv 1000 4(1 40 40 +1 

Petrol 380 ISO 148 150 + 1 

Pinnacle P 2300 125 122 122 

Place G 14000 198 U0 181 +9 

Ponder 9100 119 112 119 — 1 

Hanger 1UQ 135 830 900 — 1 

Scurry Itn IX m* 31* 11* _ ■ 
Spoon 17100 ■ tS » 41 

Triad 011 5880 586 :os 390 — ! 

U Canto w 380 300 3rei 300 

Un Reel P 1000 37* 31 37* —1> 

Ulster Pet 9800 192 180 185 + 1 

Vando 19000 16* I* II 

Voyager P S38S sea HD M0 +29 

Wcoaat P 100 no 900 no 

W Dec 104 75 ien 720 TM +11 

W Deelt w Mo HI ■ ats + > 

World Wde 1000 175 S» 179 +3t 


Reader* *1 

asi iy oSta 

RblohlKUd 
Rrkman 
ReveMfc 
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Utilities Lead 

MONTREAL (CP) — The 
market moved higher in all 
sectors but banks during fight ] 
trading. Utilities led gains at the I 
close as advances outnumbered i 
declines on the day’s trading. 

Among Industrials, Falcon 
bridge added 5 cents to 168%, I 
International Nickel % to 46% 
and Superior Electronics % to 
6V 

Abrtibi gained % to 12ML 

Best Gain of Week 

NEW YORK (AP) — The 
market stood on slightly higher 
ground after losing about half 
of its early gains. 

The Dnw Jones average of 30 
Industrials rose 3.16 to 786.69, its 
only solid gain of the week. .Be¬ 
fore noon it had been up more 
than 6 points. 

The moderate rise tailed to 
spark optimism among market 
analysts. Declining prices have 
dragged the Dow down almost 
80 points in the last month. 

The move upward was along 
a rather narrow front. 

Among glamor stocks. Control 
Data gained 1% to 117%, Xerox 
was off % at 107% and Polaroid 
sagged 1 to 125, Eastman Kodak 
gained % to 75% and Sperry 
Rand dipped 3% to 38. 




Ronald W 
Rr.irmen 
Rcebrao w 
Rottua B p 


Be sure to inspect today’s best buy. High location with 
view over golf course Charming living area with walI-4»- 
wall carpeting, raised hearth fireplace and sundeck off, 
3 bedrooms, double plumbing, two-car garage and large 
Reasonable down payment and balance to 


Dividends 


rec. room. ] 

Vendor at 9%%. 

Asking Only.... 

RACHEL or ART PARSONS 


CwMl.fham Drag* 10 cent* J*yahle 
Jan. 15; record Jan 3; xd Dec. X 

Ctaaw L»4 coin and "A" X cent* 
payable Jan 2; record Dec. II: xd Dec 

OaOlTV Fla.I mini 15 cant* payable 
Jan. 3; record Dec. II; xd Dec. It. 

MLW Weritalaetaa Ltd. 15 cent! pay¬ 
able Jan. 3; record Dec. It: xd Drr. 


I See A 

Goldie 

Hydro 


HU* 


S S H 


■SIAND PACIFIC REALTY LTD. 


cent* 
t: xd 


•a lie. com 5 cerda payable 
record Dec it: xd Dec. 17 


WE HAVE FOR YOUR 
INSPECTION 


Cdn Hr* A 
C W*«t 
C Wealing 
Canrun 
Cantend B 
Caplt Olv 


London Metal Markets 

In pounda alerting per long ton. 

CV>»* Prev. Cloae 

n» i r Ml* Man 

Spot 709 Til 724 727 

Forward « is ma am 

Sale* 5,825 tore 

T*»- 

Spot 1624 1 828 1824 1835 

Forward 1831 1(33 1<M 1829 

Sale* 200 ton*. 

let * 

Spo< 143* 144 141% 144* 

Forward 1ST* 138 117* 118 

Sale* 3.025 torn. t 


Eater B pr 
Slater A w 
Southern 
SUJTord 

SI BrodcM 
Steel Can 
■Mnbg A 
Btuarl Bit 

SnidM com 
Saplait od 
Tamhlyn 


C*rri*r JD Sno 

Caaridy L 400 

CDHB Ud m 

Chal-Qai *25 

Oiamcali 13S0 

R E p zIOO 

3445 

w 500 

A 100 

t 275 

p 300 

2273 
J I 420 

m w 


Two exceptional homes in the St, Charles • Fairfield 
area. Both NHA-buUt U years ago. 1J86 sq. ft. S bed¬ 
rooms with fuQ cement basement and drlve-in garages 
—snndecks on both. Priced at $28,900 to $27,BOO. 
If yon wish, bring along your favourite realtor on 

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13th 
1:30 to 4:30 p.m. 

1616 EARLE STREET 

or 

1611 RICHARDSON STREET 


Primary Distribution 

The aharee of the following companies 
may be conaldered a* being In primary 
dlalrtbidtaa through the tadlltlei u the 
Exchange purauard to a Statement of 


Kapa Tran 

Kefly D A 

Keralng 

Koffter 

LabaU 

I abed pr 
jalarge 
Lafarge pr 

I^KMaw M 
laura Sec 
Lau Fin 
lau Fn 6* 
lau F 1.25 
Lau Fa 140 
Leigh Inst 

Life tnve* 
Life Inv w 
Lob Oo A 
Lob On B 
Lob Co pr 
Lob GA pr 
Lob G B pr 
Lob Inc 
Deb M 
Mactarn A 
Maclean H 


previously laanad aharea 
y w MS 2X Jl* 210 

ltto 1300 310 JU0 XU 

un 425 400 425 


Egg Market 


IU* LV% 13* 
£4* 14* 14* 

»»* X* X 


Producer Wholealr 

.51c Oc 

-.4 Be Xe 

...... 2*C 41c 


Grad* A large . 

Grade A medium 
Grade A amall . 

Grad* B .... 

Cartoned egg* 1 cent! extra. 


CUFF BENNETT, 
5BI-20I7, M 


S rel F 
iy B 
Cnrnnatn 
Corp Food 


Tltxac Crp 7200 136 125 135 + 5 

llnArc 2n 626 X* 8* 6* 

Un CortBd 150 815* 15* 15* + V, 

Un Goa 4880 114* 14* U* + * 

UtWn UU 2110 Ml* 41* 41* 

U Corn B 300 Md* IS* 16* + * 

Un Wburn i«0 *13* 12* 12* 

Van Neaa UOO ™ 200 215 + S 

Vaacan 5(0 *-* 8* 8* - * 

Veraafd 120 *20* 20* 20* + * 

Venpowtr 1800 75 75 75 +2 

Vic G Tr 00 *1£* 18* 18* - * 

Vic Wood 100 17 7 7 

VU1 centra « pi* 8* 6* 

VWcan 100 f7* 7* 7* 

Wak, IX »% 9* 9% - * 

Walk GW IBS M? 4i * * 

Wit bump 330 |10* 10 10* + * 

Wburn wt 400 825 825 625 25 

Waatc'it ISO *25 25 25 

Weat Ind 800 1 95 185 195 

Weatee) f.i\ (12* 12* 12* 

W Cdn Seed M00 175 IX 175 

W Pacific 1000 496 4X1 490 

Weatnn 350 *32 22 S3 — * 

Watn 4*p X 165 * 85 * 83* 

White Pa* 450 *24* 24* 24* + * 

Woodwd A 3810 830* 30 20* + * 

YR Prop 1050 IT* T* 7* 

ZMlen l«M M3* 12% 12% - * 


Vancouver Trading 


ROWN 

EALTY 


PAULINE BROOKES, 


Active Stocks 


IMHI8TRIAI8 

Net 

Mock Male* High Low Claa* Ck'ga 

Ath Col 200 |S* 5* 5* 

Balm 200 X* 8* 8* + * 

Block Broe 1050 %' 7 7 

Capt Int 3100 405 400 400 

Comat Ind 900 lffl 160 1« +15 

laiwain 800 »7* 7* 7* - * 

Doga Bud* ISO 275 275 275 

Doman wt* l® no io io 

Do man 1900 IS* 5* 5* — * 

Driver D 10350 11S l.a 110 

KDP pr 1» XI* 11* 11* 

EDP wt* 300 IX IX IX 

Field 850 X* 9* 8* - * 

Finning Tr XO «U* U* U* ♦ * 

GUI Int Gl* U* us - S 

G Nat Dnd 3* 1:5 11B U5 —4 

Ot Pac Ind TOO JT* 7* 7* + * 

Grouie 3no 270 3711 270 +10 

Ham Harv 4l*i 360 380 3H1 —fi 

ini Wood ioo eoo eno ton 

Int Brew 200 39(1 390 390 —10 

Int Hydro no Sh is ns —M 

lnt4r Dnd 550 C5 41B 4L9 +10 

iDlcrpiex HI 11 96 90 95 +3 

lonarr iam 370 Mr, 870 

Johniton IX 16* <* 8* 

Kalaer Re* lffl C7* 17* 17* + * I 

Key Ind 7400 ITS 185 170 +S 

Magadyne 400 4X <25 45(1 +25 

McKay B 13X0 7 7(1 75 

Nelton Real 100 IX Iff) 180 

Natl Hoip 300 375 370 375 

N Hoap wt 108(1 135 05 135 —5 

Neonex 300 CO ** 10 + * 

Nwt rin 200 400 400 400 

DU Bel wt 70(1 IX IX IX 

Hell coot 110 345 M0 54(1 +3 

Pace Ind UOO 275 270 170 -5 

Pac Ntn G 100 370 170 370 +10 

PWA 110 HO* »* 10 * 

Portaom m 150 IX IX 5 

Pott DM 800 K* 8* 8* 

Strait* A IX M* i* s* 

U Equltlaa 700 U0 IW HO —I 

m ’S ** 

Wan Red KID B* B* Mi - * 

Wantalr 500 300 200 308 1" 

Weldwcjnd 300 flfl* 18* 18* + % 
W Realty XO *85 455 455 —20 

Whit* P*>* 900 04* 24* 24*- % 

Woodwd* 100 V* 1 20 3(1 + * 

Wflika Ltd 900 r* 7* 7* - * 

BANKS 

Bk Mil 10n o £), ,t 1W * — * 

A bl don nr 300 IX IX 00 +3 

Allied Rug 6X0 l« O X 1 

Blaun 1256 210 300 300 

Bralome wo IX IX IX 

Comerri 2000 20* » X —1 

Embaary 8500 CT M « -1 

Five Star 500 19 » 19 —i 

Fnlnrllr 3000 41 41 41 

Gt Reef 3500 « 44 4* -O 

Manhat 2300 70 BT 87 l 

Merland '*«' <*l *5 <V —4 

N Devle* WOO X X » *3 

Pr Pete , 4700 15 14 IS 

Plain* Pt 912(10 42 41 r- +i 

Pnndern OX IX 30 IX 

RC Ven 11200 IX lx iv, 

Share 4000 19 I* 10 

S Pac Pet* 30100 XXX 
sunlit* 10. BOO BOB 000 

TC Re* 2300 IX « IX 

Un Bala MW «0n 4X 4X 4 U 

West Ex tSOO 45 X 44 »1 

MINES 

Ad era 18400 R TB 75 —4 


Deita Elec 
Diet] Sear 
Datne Pet* 
D Bridge 
D Cigru* 


Ajax 1000 18 18 IS 

Alice Lk 4500 X 94 54 —1 

Alwtn 63200 120 U0 120 .4 

Anuk 1750 « 40 41 +1 

ArUagta uooo B u X +2 

Arctic 17800 47 44 44* -8* 

AH** 9100 175 18S 170 -4 

Avion 1950 300 375 ITS 

Benaon 7500 Bl 51 51 

Blue Star 1000 18 IS 18 —1 

Bomite 1308 5 35 » 

Boewell 10050 50 48 44 -2 

Brenda 3520 $14 13% 14 * 

Brenmac 2100 Q 54 H +8 

Buchanan 1JQ0 14* 14* 14* + * 

Buttle 5300 IX MS IB 10 

Buval 69800 41 M 40 

Calico 2800 X X X +1 

Calta 2000 64 51 S3 -1 

Canal 1800 X 47 47 +1 

Capri lit on sa n ao —4 

Car Hell 3000 90 » * 

Car Gold 12100 100 100 1(0 

Clic Mly 500 69 43 O —3 

Caalno 57807 475 406 410 + 80 

Chatway 3500 43 4B tt -5 

Churchill 339(1 725 715 725 +5 

Cnaxt SI 3Q.0 X »T 9* +7 

C Ad Aatr* 3»n n ■ x 

c Gem 500 x x x 

C Rexipar 900(1 110 1» 1IO 

C Skeena 7100 53 ff) V +1 

C Vantor fXO 21 X » —1 

C cinch 4008 45 *3 *2 —1 

r McKIn 2088 18 18 18 

C Potash 1300 ** 8 * 8* + * 

COp Rldg N900 115 105 115 +2 

Cop Son 1O00 9 * 8* (* + * 

Car Gulf xn 40 M 4(1 

Coronal 9B 55 * S —8 

Crownex 500 sa sa 55+4 

Cray den 8500 38 X X +4 

O.UBlont 1000 50 50 50 

Dari* Ky» 800 458 45(1 455 +5 

Dolly Var bill 9 5B 58 

Dundee 24500 21 20 31 

Eerier *1 950(1 17 15 17 +2 

■arty Bird 34300 199 IX 195 +» 

Kodak,: *00 05* 15* IS* 

Ena* 500 88 X 88 +3 

Fatal ae 950(1 58 H 56 +1 

Gibralt 44062 IBn 375 SS +5 

Gradate 1500 10 10 1. 

Grandur ama 875 935 975 +X 

Gul For 4200 115 115 115 —5 

Gunn 91100 72 TO 71 

Hart Rlv MU 132 125 130 —2 

Hearn* Son 84 84 R4 

HI Chief 56100 33 30 33 

HI moot 3705, 520 490 500 +1B 

iOpdnl 5000 X X 20 

Hogan 5B0m 40 S3 *H +■ 

HudBay M 400n 27 27 77 —1 

Int Prev 4100 48 45 *■ 

Int Tech 9MK 111 107 1477 -4 

Nakul 500 25 X X +1 

Jaam mo IS I 75—8 

Jericho 4500 It 19 is —1 

■■Ire 500 X 24 24 

Kamlonpa m D 14 14 

Eamlnopa 1900 15 14 14 

Lk 1900 an X » — l 

Kopae 13500 IS 14* 14* -1 

Largo 4200 78 79 77 —1 

Dura )WM B 51 IS —7 

Lc*t Prld* 4000 54 X 34 +1 

Ifflirx W1 00% 10% 10% + * 
Madron* WOO 48 45 48 +1 

Magnum 4W5 3tt 39(1 tm +11 

Marieer 11000 0 X X —l 

Marshall I1B0B rll 13 18 —] 

Mid Weal 1990 19 19% 15* + * 

Mrl Min 2000 But 


Mlriex 
Moly M 
Nadlna 
Nat Nick 
Native 
K Cinch 
N Cronin 
N Prtvatr 

NI^^HlU 

Norcan 

Nartblod 


bn*l 37* 35 35 —2 

2W) 34 23 23 -1 

1900 290 2K4 285 +1 

U0U 102 100 100 —4 

2500 21 20 20 

4000 no ao on +s 

4000 12 12 12 

10500 18 is w 

1QW 17% 17% 17* + ■ 

3900 50 45 45 —« 

37800 87* X X 

3*700 220 38* 213 +1] 

0200 47 45 45 -1 

5600 190 IB 15* +4 

8200 a X* 27 -I 

3500 45 « 45 *3 

17990 JX SW 370 +» 

ioooo aaa 

82on an sa ao 

17500 19 18 18 —1 

2000 53 51 53 


TORONTO 

Volume 

36132 06F Indue 
21525 Abllibl 
19*2 Inti Nickel 
Mill Atm Ind a 
18790 AqillLalnr 
18288 Ccawumer* Gaa 
18102 Harvey* Food* 
15*00 New Providence 
12379 Nor A Call 
11400 Home Oil A 


Practicum Instructor 


Pvi«x D1* 
Dylex D A 
Eddy Mich 
t-L Fin 
E-L fin w 
Electro Xd 


Oro 

Pac Aab 

Pac S« 
Paramnt 

Peel 

Pine Lk 

Ptnuacle m 

Polarl* 

Quattino 

Reeve* 

Riviera 

Rodatrm 

Ring Hill 

Solmoh 

Shield 

aileui Ian 

SBlv Arm 
Sli v Butte 
Sllv City 
SOv Lee 
Sllvqulrk 
S Standrd 
Sllv SUr 
South Sea* 

Sou wMlh ut 
Sgaitan 

TC Ex 

Taaeko 

Tay Rvr 

Torwaet 

Troon Rea 

Trojan 

Utica 

Valley Cog 

Vknanda 

Venu* 

Wart Huff 
Weat Mna 
Westld 
Yukon 


The Department of Social Development in Calgary has a 
new and interesting position available for a qualified 
individual who can effecively relate Hie theory o< social 
work in a practical setting. 

The successful applicant wifi be required to tutor a group 
of students from the School ot Social Work in various 
aspects of actual case work. Other duties of the position 
include attending related seminars at the University of 
Calgary, evaluating students on field performance, acting 
in a liaison capacity between the School of Social Work 
and the Department and conducting in-service training 
programs during summer months. 

Applicats should have a Master's Degree in Social Work 
with several years of case work experience and preferably 
with some teaching ability. Salary up to 111,316 per an¬ 
num depending upon qualifications. Competition No. 
8134-C-l. Closes January 5, 1970. 


81988 Me Adam 
B5U Lk Dutoiit 
44250 SUvermoqur 
44111 MatUgxmJ Lk 


Toronto Mine, 


Oboaka 2000 14 14 14 — * 

Gpemika 34BO 03* 13* IS* + % 
Qrcban 500 390 3S0 390 

Patino 907 08 47 4K + 1 

l*a!o 200 SO B0 650 —100 

Pee Exp 15000 90 86 90 + 2 

Plrk Craw xlDO 35 » » 

Pine Paint 1H0 136* X* 38* — % 

Placer K45 02% 42* 42% — % 

Prado Exp 200 170 370 370 +10 

Preaton 1700 00% 10% 10% - * 
Pure aiv 1300 305 an BO *7 

Pyramid 3500 S3 • M ♦ 9 

Q Mall Bml 5100 95 91 95 +1 

Kagtor* 2000 4 5 45 45 

Havrock 6100 17(1 167 167 +1 

Reeve* 150 380 380 380 —10 

Rio Algom 1471 09% 18% 18% 

mo At* c » 375573 545 545 —30 

Ronaui 1350 01% 10% U* + % 
Rytnor 9500 18* 17* 17* 

SalalUU looo ii . 21 21 i * 

Short E9W 08% 18 18* + * 

Sllvrftd* 200 255 :!55 255 +15 

Sri IBier 4100 10 9 9 —1 

Sltmg 44250 30 28 X* +1* 

9IBC0 050 300 IMS 298 +3 

91 a'uck MU 200 MB IK —30 

Steep R 3520 420 405 41D 

Sud Cont 1500 32 .12 32 

Sullivan 2095 765 ISO 7® +11 

5uolair*> 1000 H 8 * 

T«* Car A 1280 820 Mil gn * 5 

Tedc Cor B 100 715 TlS T1S 

TlgjfU 14500 75 71 77 J 

TdfSrr 1500 X rt 0 

TexJt5d|8kb5 zIOO 4. 42 42 

Thom L 1000 X X X — * 

Tam bill 3006 IX IX IX 

Tarbrlt 006 B 81 gl 


Ne4 

Slock Stoic* Htih Lew Clooe Cb’«e 

Accra 2500 14 13* 14 + 2 

Acm* Gaa 1500 15 15 15 — * 

Advocate 200 345 05 345 

Agnico UOO UO '00 106 +U 

Allied Mr* 800 105 101 101 + > 

A Lard 24183 75 70 73 + 4 

An* Ruvn 3500 89 8S S9 

An* U Dev BOO P • * 

Are* A 3*00 390 .113 36U +35 

Argo ay 2100 91 87 17—3 

Armor* JO® U 17* 18 + 1 

Arcadia (390 8% 9* 8* 

Abac Pure 2083 0 0 34 +1 

AU C Cop 1*411 X M X 

Alinor 1M X » JB -1 

Avoca M 2000 120 IX IX 

Bankino mm 560 M0 sen 

Barnet 4000 52 52 52 

B-Dou 1200 18 18 18 

Belcher 1000 0 0 0+1 

Bthlm 11395 03% 18% 19% + 1. 

Big Nama 500 0 24 24 

mark Bay 1000 10 10 10 — % ; 

HI Hawk 1000 53 50 X —J 

Be lor Can 340 310 3UI SUB —10 

Broil! Reef 1000 X 36 36 —2 

Btcnnvk 45TO 925 05 «X 

Bunker H 30® I* •* I* 

Oadlac 150» LI 12* 13 * * 

C*m Mine 40Ui M S3* 0 • 1 

Camflo I860 115 3U 315 

Camlndx »0 II 0 0 1 

(Mm Chfb 4100 »U% 12* 13* + % 

camp RL xlOB 07 18% If* 

C Tung 94® 148 145 MS * 2 

C Ttrr-17® 184 ISO 183 — 3 

Cdn Keeiy 3® 4 4 4 

C Lencourt 5® 18 18 18 

C Mai 150® 35* 0 X* — * 

Captain z2® 10% X* 10* 

<>..,,r 290 08 18 19 * * 

Cent Pat 44® X8 283 285 + 5 

Cbomaloy 9950 220 261 220 +10 

OteatrvUa 25® 0 X* n* - * 

Oilb M 19® 75 75 75 + 3 

CMmo 24® 150 148 150 

Ooffc Will 45® 72 TO 71 +3 

Coin Lake 25® 20 X 20 — * 

Chimb Met *33 15* U 15 

C Calltnan 15® 9* 9* 9* - * 

Con Fardy 3® 315 310 315 +5 

CG Arrow 10® 18 18 18 

C Marian 1010 423 415 415 - 5 

Cun Nlchot 40® 15* 15* 15* - 1 


Coulee 55® St X X 

Cnuaml 4X 04* 14* 14* 

Cnwrbank 6® 24 23 22—3 

D'Aragon 90® 29* 27 29 +1 

D'Elda 208® 92 83 m + 5 

Delhi Pac 5® 14* 14* 14* 

Deniauil zlffi 03* 42% 43 

Dlcknan 3U® 232 230 230 - 5 

Uacovry 5® 140 135 140 + 4 ! 

Dome 12® XO 49* 49% - % 

D Explo 427® 220 207 01 +8 

Uwraie 3U® 35 35 H 

Dynasty 3950 06% 16 18% + % I 

KaM bull 744 X X X +15 

Endaku 1410 05% 15% 15% ♦ % 

F Mur 1X8 190 UT IX 

F Hal Until zl® 73 73 73 

Fort Relnc 47® 74 T2 72 +1 

Frobex 23® 1« IX IX 

G*4 Maori 91® SX US HI - i 

Giant k til IB ID * 

CM try IK® IX IX UD +15 

Gold rim 10® 37 JT 37 I 

Gortdrm 21 HI « W Rl +141 

Grandroy 50® X X% X* -1% 

Granduc 1225 9® 00 «0 +10 

Granlal* 230 04 14 14 

Green Pt* 45® XXX 

Gull L tt® 9 • I — 1 

GUnoar 24® 1® U* 158—4 

Hlgh Hl 1.130 4® 475 MO +15 

Hoilinger M (28% X 28% + 1 
Hud* Bay 3*8 «£l K1 0 — % 

Hu-Pam 3® 19% U* M% + % 

ltd Blbta T W10 33 32 32 +1 

In* Mogul 2070 07* 17 17* + % 

Iran Bay T 1UO X0 3® 30* 

Iritt Cap 1X0 16* X* IS* ♦ * 

lea XO® XI IX 214 +19 

Jel« 17® 31 31 31 

Joliet COO X 29* ® + % 


Enquiries and applications should be directed to: 

Government 
■pjgil of Alberta 

Personnel Adminiatmtion Office, 
■HUH Room 1101, J. J. Bawien Building, 

620—7tti Avenue S.W., 

Calgary 2, Alberta. 


Interim Listings 

VANCOUVER (CPI — Following am 
Friday'* rlnalng rid and aak qnota 
oona on Vancouver Stock Exriiamn 
Xterlin llatlnga— farmer over-the-enun- 
t*r I*suet given a probationary period 
to meet requirements lor full hating 
an ttlB exchaaga 

Hi Merc tt 

Hnlbrg X X 

Huh SS 38 

Hunt Baa — 37 

Imp Met » 32 

Iroquois || x 

Junior Bl S 

Kamad 2® 00 

Fax* Cop II 
Kelglen 15 II 

K*Jv«r x x 

Kies nr X — 

Kumo X 

La rang X 

I esina 115 117 

Low Vly X a 

LW* St 17 X 

aaor 0 X 

Mid Con 12 

Moly W 19 
Mnicti S 3n 

Mimfln tt 70 

Mai shy 16 X 

Moroco 37 62 

Nare* M X 

N 1*1 nd 55 tt 

NStar B( ® 

attain U IX 

Pac Ntn X * 

Payee 11 12 

Ramad n X 

Ramld 1® lio 

Ftayore 42 45 

Reco X 27 

Red Met mi ' 

Red Rk X X ' 

Hichu 1 in 145 

Rlmrk X a | 

Roue P 85 7n 

Sabina 13 X 

St Mary 13 17 

Hainan ]g is 

San Jac » X 

Shanta IX 

Sheba t X m» 

Sher Lea 10 16 

Bll tame 37 is 

8 Chris 25 x 

SUvcup »l 40 

Spncull tt a 

Spenhn x x 

Bunriae X Tt ' 

Swm Lk 0 18 

Taonloy X X 

Teknol ® ss 


Tttra* 

Tribag 
Trin Chib 
Tundra 
Urban O 
Vespar 

We* Mina 

Wlleo 
Windfall y 
Wr Bar* 
Yk Bear 
Yogng HG 
Yukon C 
Zentnc 


INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY 

3900 ASCOT DRIVE 

2 - S Bedroom Home 

ON ONE ACRE 

(three 70 x 210 lots) 

OPEN FOR INSPECTION 


Kam KoUa *10 XD 
Kerui Bald 78® X 
Kerr Ad 2309 02 
K An scan XD tt 

Kid Coper *3® -TO 
Kirk Mtn 15® 11 

Kn k Twa 2UD X 
Lab Mil m IV 


Grain 

WINNIPEG 

Open High Low 
777V. JD-, 7T*% 

289+ 299% 2*7% 

29D% 290% »% 

110% lift* 110% 110*. 

111% '119% 119* 
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Batin (Bolnntit. Victorio, B.C., Soturdoy. Dec. 13, 1969 g 



Business Topics 


Production Slip Persists 


turea, only partly offset by 
gains in iron and steel. 

Biggest gains were mineral 
fuels, rubber, wood manufac¬ 
tures. and machinery, with pri¬ 
mary metals bouncing up after 
strike settlements. Biggest loss¬ 
es in production were in petro¬ 
leum and coal, mineral fuels, 


By HARRY YOUNG | Railway as the sole provider of route to the coast instead of Balaley said it 
Its transportation facilities having to deal with a CPR 
j Earlier this week, the US- 'monopoly. 

Having got its toe in the door I controlled coal company said it A simultaneous announcement 
' agreeing to use Canadian ! wa * formally supporting an i by CPR that it was considering 
il transportation in the ship- »PP llcati °n b y Kootenay and Elk the possibility trf moving coking 

. . .. Railway to provide its mine at coal from the Kootenays to the 

its coal from the Sparwood with a rail link into B.C. coast by a "solids” plpe- 

xrtenays to Roberts Bank, the Great Northern mainline in line, does not appear to have 

iiser Resources now if Montana. impressed Kaiser, 

aking it clear it won't be It claimed that if this was In a rejoiner to the Canadian 
tppy until it no longer has to allowed Kaiser would have a company proposal, Kaiier’s 
■pen d on C anadian Pacific competitive and alternative general manager Gerald Balsley 

" 1 ■ ■ . Kaiser was also contem- 

• - -• - .*«■plating a slurry pipeline to the 
*jn , iwfifr/ * coast as an alternative to rail. 

3 past year 

During the past year it, too 
had investigated the complex 
* -a - ^ j ■ | problems involved and had 

^ recently signed a joint venture 

_jKiH research agre 

i r - ■ burgh, which already operates 

* pipeline regarded 

38 0(18 °* ^ world * experts in 
I the matter. 

If the results are favorable, 


would take 
(another two years of research' 
followed by preparation for 1 
construction before the physical' 
laying of the line could be 
tackled. 

LONG JOB 

He said this would be such a j 
long drawn out job, that a, 
quicker alternative was desir- 1 
able, and that was why Kaiser 
was supporting the Kootenay 
and Elk Railway application. 

He believed the movement of 
coal from the district might in 
time be of sufficient volume to 
support both railway systems, 
as well as a slurry pipeline. 


Business Editor 


and paper and allied industries. 


put of non-durdtye 


Summit 

Secure 

New broker on New York 
Stock Exchange gets early 
start in world of finance. 
Wall Street broker Denis 
Butler, who calls exchange 
seat bis lifetime career goal, 
Is youngest member at age 
M.-(AP) 


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CENTRE 


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MURIEL THOMPSON, 471-2281 Rea., 

or 

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708 Fort Street 


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Sandwich at our Sandwich _ 

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tnd After Theatre 


I session, participants wHl see 
film interviews with leading 
government tax officials, and 
partake In panel discussions In 
which questions on aspects of 
the reform will be tackled. 

Local CA Gordon Hutchison 
expects a heavy attendance. 

"The White Paper is a very 
serious document, and it affects 
not only accountants, but every¬ 
one who pays taxes," he said. 
"There are many aspects of the 
proposals which have come 
under heavy fire in the past 
week or two.” 

One of these, he added, was 
the dubious wisdom of a capital 
gains tax that would be imposed 
on unrealized profits. 


12 ’til 

McPherson 

Seafood and Steakhoase 
No. 1 Cntenla! MmUmw 

BSS-474X 


PADDED DASH HEAD RESTS BACKUP LITES WASHERS 




The natural gas well that 
excited the stock exchange oil 
market this week was one 


What could be a more thoughtful 
Christmas gift than paneling to dress 
wp a dull, uninteresting room? Take 
advantage of our special Christmas 
prices on prefinished paneling. 


‘British Leyland 
Just Handed Us 
a Great Line!" 


sour gas from an interval 150 Nevertheless, the attorney- 
feet below the reef top. Since general added, cases such as 
that time a partial logging the Atlantic Acceptance collapse 
program suggests hydrocarbons in Ontario and the proceedings 
extending to 580 feet. The jj, b.c toward liquidation of the 
content of the basal 200 feet of Commonwealth Trust Co. under-] 
porosity is not known, but drill- line the need for constant effort 
ing and logging operations will to strengthen laws In the 
oontinue. finance field. 

The well is on a 840-acre tract Mr Peterson would not say if I 
owned 25 per cent each by amendments might be proposed 
Pacific Petroleums and Amoco at ^ legislative session that 


BARGAINS IN PREFINISHED PANELLING 


End of Year Reductions at Great Savings 
SALE 

4’x8’ Avocado Teak_2.97 

4’x8’ Mismatched Mahogany, 4.49 

4’x7’ Silver Ash..2.97 

4’x8’ Golden Birch_7.99 

4’x8’ Character Cherry --7.99 

4’x8’ Character Teak_7.99 

4’x8’ Spanish Oak_4.99 

4"x8’ Fireside Elm.8.99 


SALE 


4’x8' Chestnut_ 

4’x8’ Mahogany_ 

4’.\7’6” Cinnamon__ 

4'x8’ Auburn Ash_ 

4’x8’ Polynesian Tints_ 

4’x8’ Character Rosewood 
4’x8’ Character Walnut 
4’x8’ Dragon Rosewood ... 
4’x8’ Maple Sunset_ 


AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION 


EXTRA 


PLIMLEY 


Zoned and approved tor *5 .uitec 
Pl.ni available, mortgage available. 

$300,000 
Contact B. LeDuc 

383-4141 

City Savtaca * Traat Cm. 

13M Dongtaa, Victoria 


CABINET MAKERS’ BARGAINS 


SINCE 1893 

ROVER — TRIUMPH — AUSTIN — MG — JAGUAR 

1010 YATES ST. 38 


4’x8’x%” Ash Plycore. SALE .. 

4’x8’x%” Ribbon Mahogany, Particle Core. SALE 

4’x8’xH” Plain Ash, SALE.. 

S'x6’x%” Mahogany. SALE .... 

4’x8’x$4” Elm, Lumber Core. SALE- 


UP TO 40 MILES PER GALLON SAFETY DISC BRAKES 


BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


HARDB0ARD BARGAINS 


4 , x8’x 1 4” Hard board. SALE 
4’x8’xl4” Hardboard. SALE 
4’x8’x!4” Hardboard. SALE 


CONDENSED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS - OCTOBER 31, 1969 

STATEMENT OF REVENUE, EXPENSES 
AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS 

year ended October 31,1969 


CONDENSED STATEMENT OF ASSETS 
AND LIABILITIES 

as at October 31,1969 


PARTICLE BOARD BARGAINS 

4’x 4’— 5 4” thick. 

SALE, Each, ONLY .. 

4’x8’x3/16” Particle Board. SALE, each. 

4’x8’x}4” KS Particle Board. SALE, each.. 


Revenue; 


Assets 


1969 

$ 2 , 024,844 $ 

1 , 236,909 
122,590 


Income from loans 
Income from securities 
Other operating revenue 

Total revenue 


Cash resources 

Government and other Securities 
Loans 

Bank premises 

Securities of and loan to a corporation 
controlled by the bank 
Customers' liability under acceptances, 
guarantees and letters of credit, 
as per contra 
Other assets 


FLOORING 

BARGAINS 


CEILING TILE 
BARGAINS 


Expenses: 

Interest on deposits 
Salaries, pension contributions and 
other staff benefits 
Property expenses, 
including depreciation 
Other operating expenses, including 
in 1969, provision for losses on 
loans based on two-year average 
loss experience 

Total expenses 

Balance of revenue 
Appropriation for losses 

Balance of profits for the year 
Undivided profits at beginning 
of year 


Popular toagne and groove ceiling tile, 
double coat white finish. 12x12 or 12x24 
•lifi only. 


Cushion Flooring, «’ wide. IJu. ft., i.BW 

9x9 Vinyl Aabealoa Tile. Each.•'«« 

.12x11 Vinyl Aaheatoa Tile. Each 

9x9 Oxile Carpet Tile. Each -48* 

Great Selection of Cushion Flooring 
Kemnanla, Drastically Keduced. SAVE 
39%. 


64 Sq. Ft. 
Carton. 


SALE 


Liabilities 


Open 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. 
Daily Including Saturday 

GREATEST SELECTION AT 
LOWEST AVERAGE PRICES 

400 Block Gorge Road East 


Deposits 

Acceptances, guarantees and 
letters of credit 
Other liabilities 
Accumulated appropriations 
for tosses 

Capital, rest account and 
undivided profits 


Transferred to rest account 
Undivided profits at end of year 


BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


Tha Canadian Bank with ita Haad Offica on tha Pacific Coast 


3 , 384,343 

966,013 

1 , 618,267 

70,587 

835,926 

228,502 

268,109 

136,274 

540,478 

239,664 

3 , 262,780 

675,027 

121,563 

70,000 

290,986 

250,000 

51,563 

40,986 

29,390 

— 

80,953 

50,000 

40,986 

11,596 

$ 30,953 $ 

29,390 


$ 74 , 003,327 

$33,866,536 

1969 

$ 59 , 638,253 

1968 

$20,641,837 

1 , 184,991 

332,114 

34,978 

454,781 

311,466 

250,000 

12 , 536,503 

12,484,940 

$ 74 , 003,327 

$33,866,536 








































V 



10 flltln (Solontft, Vicforlo, B.C., Saturday, Dec. 13, 1969 

B.C. Human Rights and Negro Syndrome 


/onto. Lone Ranger in Middle 


Beatles Refuse U.S. Offer' 
Of $4,000,000 Stage Tour 

LONDON (Reuters)—The Beatles have turned 
down an offer of a £1,700,000 ($4,420,000) tour of 
12 major United States cities, their manager, Alien 



Aren# 


31 DC TIIUCUM 
3B8 6664 


4 rufTia 


Klein, announced Friday. 

The offer came from American promoter Mike 
Belkin. The pop-music foursome have not appeared 
mi stage together since 1966. 


The U.S. Negro Is being victim of racial diacrimina- 

cut in the role of the "good tion. • 

guy" with such regularity the Tlii* wu one of the 
white man may *oon be thoughts offered Thursday 

looking upon bimaelf as the night by Jack Sherlock, 


director of human rights for 
the B.C. Labor Department, 
when he addressed the 
Victoria branch of the United 
Nations Association. 

Before he was through 
outlining the functions of the 
B.C. Human Rights Com¬ 
mission, Mr. Sherlock had 
brought the Lone Ranger, 
Ton to. a Negro TV district 
attorney and an irate 81-year- 
old Kamloops man Into the 
picture. 

He said he had received a 
letter from a Vancouver 
Island woman who com¬ 


plained that the Indian Tonto 
waa being cast in the master- 
servant role with the Lone 
Ranger In a current TV 
commercial. 

Mr. Sherlock said he didn't 
feel this was discrimination 
since others, including a well- 


known British actor, are 
always cast as servants. 

"I always thought Tonto 
was displayed in the role of 
the hero,” he said. “He was 
the real nice guy who was 
always getting the Lone 
Ranger out of some tough 
type of situation." 

He said he had replied to 
the woman’s letter Thursday, 
pointing out that U.S. tele¬ 
vision appeared to “be going 
overboard" In showing the 
Negro as the "good guy." 

“I said I wondered if the 
white group is not now going 
to start charging discrimina¬ 
tion.” 


There have been 460 com¬ 
plaints concerning human 
rights investigated in B.C. this 
year, but no charges have had 
to be laid, Mr. Sherlock said. 

He said the matters were 
usually settled in a manner 
that satisfied those laying 
complaints, and which proved 
educational to those who had 
allegedly committed a wrong. 


> DINING WITH A DIFFERENCE 

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Telephone: 385 0423 


Bastion Theatre’s chilcb-en's 
show Red Shoes will be staged 
at the McPherson Playhouse 
today for the last time. Matinee 
starts at 2 pun. 


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EVENINGS 


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MATINEE TODAY 
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TONIGHT AT 
6:50 and 9:00 P.M. 


DINING 

LOUNGE 


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TODAY 

FAMILY— 10:30- 12:00 noon 
HOCKEY — 8:M - 10:60 p.m. 

8UNDAY — 1:80- 8:30 p.m. 

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Nov on tale at all’Famous' theatres, coast to —m 

ROY AL—CAPITOL—H AID A 


Weekly Special 
S PIECES 
Jessie Jewell 


Singing nightly 
at the 


“BLASTING ON SCREEN TO PROVE CANADA 
CAN MAKE GOOD MOVIES”—WEDMAN, THE SUN 
la Color — Filmed in B.C. 


DANCING 

FRIDAY and SATURDAY 

to the music of 

THE MAURY STERN 
COMBO 


May we have the pleasure 
of serving you a tasty dish 
from our new menu and 
charming you with our new 
decor. 


WARNING—Cootalns Scenes of Excessive Nudity." 

—B.C. Censor 

_ FEATURE: 1:10, 3:1$, 

■■■HBIWNnQI 5:15, 7:15, 9:20 

Last Complete Show 6:0t p.m. 
wrtrt Doors | p.m. Daily 


TODAY 

Tiny Tots—10:30 it noon 
(Parents Welcome) 
PUBLIC—I SO ■ 3:30 p.m. 

8:1$ - 10:00 p.m. 


Don't forget to reserve your table for 
NEW YEAR’S EVE at the Old Forge 
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SUNDAY 


ALL SEATS RESERVED • ADVANCE BOX OFFICE DAILY 12-6 p.m. 


Special Christmas Menu 
Being Served From 
4 to 10 p.m. 

35.50 COMPLETE 

(Alao Being Honed Boxing Day) 


SATURDAY AT 
1:00, 3:00, 5.-00, 7:00, $:06 
Weekdays at 7 p.m., 6 p.m. 


gets a wagon full of raves] 

A BIG, BAWDY, RIP R0ARIN6 MUSICAL 1 

/ Mmta* wy Las Mmm'i octet h to kk —WO * ■ vortomma *- 


ENDS TODAY 


Deborah Kerr 
“The Gypsy 
Moths' 

’ Metroooior 

DOORS: 1 p.m. 
FEAT. 1:18, 8:18, 5:18, 7:18 
and 6:18 


FOR 

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Last Complete dhow 6 p.m. 


TODAY ONLY 
TWO THRILLING ADVENTURE HITS 
PACKED WITH ACTION! 

IT MO. 1 AT 8:05 HIT NO. 2 AT 9:45 


'ABIG MUSICAL HIT-IN THE WINNERS CORNER! 


The BEIWETT Ecmity 


rrevefencel Lee Mantn. Ray WaWon. dint Eaahaood and 
youl T)ie picture's a b«one'*' -MwMMnn*Mtoi 


Atoedoientoftaawient . brimming wilts frontier 
Jam Safacrg pvt p i d o rm ano w that slay ««di 


AN EXUBERANT 
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A LUSTY SPRAWLING 
LAVISH DHMHMTED 
PANORAMA! 1 * 


MARINA Rgstaunmt 


With Don Murray and 
“Carita,” in color 


COLOR 


In color 

Box Office Opens 


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Season’s Greetings... 

LUXURY STYIJG from the Century Inn 
Bring the Ftmily RELAX ... 
•-V. let palates tingle to: 

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Including Mandarin oranges, 
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Aunt Alice?" 

Goroldino Pogo Ruth Gordon 
r Roiwwory foraytfi 

Feature Starts at 1:05, 
LmmU 3:66, 5:05. 7:96, 9:15, 
rroN sT. 383071 1 Last Complete Show 8:58 


EVENINGS 8:15 • MATINEES 2 p.m. 

Matinees Daily Dec. 26th Thru dan. 4th 


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A Fairy Tale With MubIc 

McPherson Playhouse 

To arrange for free ice cream for birth¬ 
day parties attending the show, phone 
Bastion: 382-4112. Advance tickets on 
sale at Bastion Offices. 30 Bastion 
Square. All seats $1.00. 




imitiiiiiHffiiitiiiiiitiui 


Victoria Theatre Guild Premia 


<1401 Government at Johnson! 


By Christopher Fry 

LANGHAM COURT THEATRE 


1037 VIEW STREET 


Sights & Sounds 

of tho 70’* 

with skating champions, 

comedy galore, 

and magnificent 

Multi-vision 


struck a man outside a night 
club. Johansson admitted 
aiming a kick at the man, but 
denied he had struck him with 
his fist. 


Presents 

SATURDAY 

“BACUS 


MONTREAL — After 
swimming 40 mHes in the 
freezing St. Lawrence River 
and fighting high winds and 
eight-foot waves, oceano¬ 
grapher Louie Lourmais de¬ 
cided to give up the rest of 
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flame was identified as Gall 
Renshaw, 22-year-old blonde 
recently named Miss World- 
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whirlwind romance followed 
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WASHINGTON — The state 
department has reported that 
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kitten.’* Now she Is 38 and 
still sexy, but, the British 
Broadcasting Corporation has 
decided, no longer a kitten. 
BBC's publicity department 
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every possible facet of the 
French sex-oat’s personality." 

□ 

NEW YORK — Boy M. Cohn, 
counsel for the late Senator 
Joseph McCarthy, with Cohn's 
former law partner, John A. 
Kiser and John IXirtln, a 
Philadelphia engineer, were 
found innocent in their trial 
on charges of bribery, extor¬ 
tion and conspiracy. 

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FORT HOOD, Tex. — 8. 
Sgt. David Mitchell, accused 
of assault with intent to 
murder in the alleged My Lai 
massacre said, “In my 
opinion, what they said 
happened, d i d n't happen". 
And in Fort Dix, Sgt. Michael 
Bernhardt member of the 
army company involved at 
My Lai, denied he was ever a 
disciplinary problem. 

O 

TORONTO — Consumer 
Affairs Minister Ron Rasford 
said Canada should waste no 
time in converting to the 
metric system of weights and 
measures employed through¬ 
out most of the world. The 
current mixed system of 
avoirdupois pounds , troy 
pounds, Canadian gallons, and 
all their confusing sub- 
multiples has turned wise 
consumer buying into an 
“exercise in higher mathe¬ 
matics” and hinders inter¬ 
national commerce, Basford 
complained. 

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MONTREAL — Sessions 
Judge Maurice Fauteux dis¬ 
missed a sedition charge 
against Michel Chartrand, 
president of the Montreal 
central council of the Con¬ 
federation of National Trade 
Unions. Chartrand was 
charged after an address 
during a demonstration Oct. 
29 in Quebec City against the 
provincial government's con¬ 
troversial language bill. 

□ 

VISALIA, Calif. — Superior 
Court Judge John Locke has 
sentenced Mrs. Anita Springer 
to jail for one year and 
ordered her to read and 
report on The Art of Loving, a 
book on human relationships. 
Mrs. Springer, 39, struck a 
deputy sheriff. 

□ 

GOTEBORG, Sweden - 
Former World heavyweight 
boxing champion Ingemar 
Johansson was fined 3,000 
crowns (about $600) for 
assault. The prosecution said 

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OTTAWA (CP) — An Inter- is a real problem for tbs 
Rational affairs expert Friday minority in place* outside 
suggested the press could pool major centres to keep In touch 
resources to form a national with world affairs, he added 
Canadian newspaper with 

emphasis on International ■ 

affairs. I — I 


Gail Renshaw crowns Dean 


Brittany, returned to Montreal 
Friday. 

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BONN — Chancellor Willy 
Brandt has promised that 
West Germany — engaged In 
a drive for better relations 
with Eastern Europe — would 
one day try to settle differ¬ 
ences with Czechoslovakia 
arising from the Nazi past. 

□ 

WASHINGTON — President 
Nixon has asked Congress for 
$4,750,000 to begin a program 
to more than triple the size of 
the White House police force. 
The extra men would be used 
largely to protect foreign 
diplomatic missions. Nixon 
said he was requesting the 
expansion because of an "in¬ 
ordinate number” of crimes 
and disturbances against 
foreign missions and diplo¬ 
matic personnel In the U.S. 

□ 

BOSTON BAR — A verdict 
of accidental death was 
returned by a corner's jury at 
an inquest here Into the death 
of Michael Cahill Hogan, 14, 
of Vancouver. The youngster 
fell into the Fraser Canyon 
from a lookout point at Hell’s 
Gate last Aug. 5. 

□ 

TORONTO — Metro Toronto 
police cadet Keith Klndy, 19, 
is recovering from Injuries 
received when he pushed two 
10-year-old school boys from 
the path of a careering car. 
Kindy suffered severe bruises. 
□ 

MOSCOW — Retired Maj.- 
Gen. Pyotr Grigorenko, 63, a 
leading Soviet dissident 
arrested earlier this year, has 
been officially declared 
insane, family sources said. 
The general, arrested in the 


central Asian city of Tashkent 
in May on charges of anti- '■ 
Soviet fabrications and 
slander, was reported in 
October to be undergoing 
treatment in a Moaoow 
psychiatric institute. 

□ 

MONTREAL — Montreal 
industrialist H. L. Blackford 
has decided to move his 
chemical manufacturing com¬ 
pany to Toronto because he 
feels the province of Quebec 
has become "too racist.” 

□ 

NEW DELHI — A Canadian 
diplomat, Delano Boily, and 
his wife were delayed by 
crowds of demonstrators and 
their oar was stoned as they 
drove through Punjab during 
a half-day general strike 
today. 


In an appearance before the 
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man media, John Holmes, 
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Affairs, recognized there are 
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It would have only limited 
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It would have particular use 
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anybody to find out about 
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Holmes thought a “good 
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Le Monde. The New York 
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is highly over-rated and "one of 
the dullest newspapers in the 
world." 

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Batin CKolmtst, 4/ ictorin, B.C., Saturday, Dec. 13, 1969 


hit the lower left-hand corner 
from close in. Penticton outshot 
Victoria, 43-27. 

In Vancouver, Ray Todd had 
two goals and two assists for 


Centennials. Other Vancouver 
scorers were Larry Simons, 
Neil Murphy and Alex Dick 
while Wayne Dye replied for 
Vernon. 


brought the puck up the ice, 
Riddell passing to Bock as the 
latter burst through a hole in 
the Bronco defence. Bock got 
around the last defenceman and 


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Next gurnet Tnnlght — VICTORIA 
at Kelowna; Kamlonpa at Penticton. 


PENTICTON—A strate¬ 
gic move by coach Doug 
Anderson in the second 
period paid off later in the 
winning goal as Victoria 
Cougars took a hard-fogght 
7-6 victory from Penticton 
Broncos to open a B.C. Jun¬ 
ior Hockey League road 
trip. 

The win enabled Cougars to 
hold their five-point edge over 
second-place Vancouver Centen¬ 
nials, who scored a 5-1 decision 
over Vernon Essos at Van¬ 
couver. 

At the seven-minute mark of 
the second period, Anderson 
defencemen Laurie 


Decision on Protests 
Promised by Dec . 20 


delay In announcing a decision was "moatly 
my faults 

"I've been busy but we’ll clear the whole 
thing up at a league meeting here Dec. 20." 

Playen considered ineligible were Wayne 
Gibbs, Ernie Wurmlinger and Andy Laramie, 
who joined Rocket* from Calgary Centennial* 
of the ouUaw Canadian Hockey Association. 
Opposing club* contended they were not duly 
registered for Kamloops at the time the four 
games were played. 

The three were later registered and have 
continued to play for Kamloops. 


PENTICTON (CP) — The president of the 
British Columbia Junior Hockey League will 
announce a decision Dec. 20 concerning four 
games'involvixd Kamloops Rockets protested 
by different league club*. 

Rockets won games with Victoria 
Cougars, Vancouver Centennials, Vernon 
Essos and tied with KelownaJBuckaroos from 
Nov. 1 to 11. Each club protested that 
Kamloops used ineligible players. 

I-eague president Howie Hamilton said 


Jerry Quarry reels across ring from force of Chuvalo blow 


Chuvalo Topples Quarry 


It was the 48th knockout of round, but he opened a bloody 

Chuvalo's career and ran his gash under Chuvalo's right 

record to 56-15-2 over a 13- eye at the bell in the fourth 

year career. Quarry, 24, had round and went to work on 

his record drop to 33-4-4. the wound to close it early- in 

Chuvalo weighed 217 pounds the fifth, 

compared to 201»4 for Quarry. ★ * * 

The fight was brutal and It became obvious that it 
hloody until the knockout with was only a matter of time 
a second left in round seven before the bout would be 

with Chuvalo and Quarry both stopped after Dr. Harry 

using street tactics, butting, Kleiman conferred with Clay- 

hitting on the break, using ton at the end of the sixth 

elbows and law blows. round. 

Several times Clayton With blood streaming, 
warned them, and Chuvalo Chuvalo did a weird dance at 

once clutched his groin after a the finish while his manager, 

low punch. But no points were Irving Ungerman, hugged 

deducted. him. Quarry's cornermen 

Quarry got a slight nick by stormed into the ring to 
his right eye in the second protest. 


from the referee. But the 
count reached nine and then 
10 with Quarry still un one 
knee, and Clayton waved that 
it was a knockout. 

The ending of the scheduled 
10-rounder was one of the 
most dramatic and confused 
in years at Madison Square 
Garden, and the crowd surged 
to ringside to cheer, jeer and 
try to find out what had 
happened. 


NEW YORK (UP!) — 

George Chuvalo, his right eye 
grotesquely closed tor most of 
the fight and blood streaming 
down his body, unleashed a 
desperation punch in the 
seventh round to knock out 
Jerry Quarry Friday night 
when the unsteady Californian 
was unable to bear the count. 

The doctor was ready to 
stop the bout at the end of the 
round but Chuvalo. 32, fight¬ 
ing strictly on courage after 
being blinded in one eye in the Quarry stormed around in 
fourth round, threw the punch protest, and Garden officials 
that knocked Quarry across said they would try to 
the ring and to the canva*. rematch the two as early as 

Zach Clayton started the possible with all thoughts of a 
count, and Quarry squatted title bout with Joe Frazier 
ready to arise on any signal wiped out by the drama. 


benched 

Moore and Dale Pennock be¬ 
cause of inadequate play. He 
went the rest of the game with 
three defencemen — regulars 
Randy Bock and Gerry Bond. 

moved 


plus Murray Kennett, 
back from a forward spot. 

BOCK GETS WINNER 

And each of the three scored I 
a goal while playing extra time, 
Bock getting the winner at 17:35 
of the third period to cap an 
exciting seesaw contest. 

Anderson had to go with 16 
players. Pat Askew was forced > 
to stay in Victoria due to uni- | 
versity exams and Ted Plowe i 
worked all day. Plowe flew to 
Penticton, reaching the arena 
at 9 p.m., but Anderson had to 
go without him because he 
wasn’t sure the plane would be 
on time. 

TOPS IN LEAGUE 

Penticton got the first goal 
but Victoria led 3-1 after the first 
I period thanks to Bruce Gowick, 
Moore and Scott Munro. The 
third goal came on a power play 
and was Munro's 18th, high in 
the league. 

In the six-goal second period,! 
Penticton tied it at 3-3 before 
Kennett got his goal at 7:22, 
after the double benching. 
Broncos got two more and ! 
Cougars one, by Lon Miles, 
making 4t 5-5 going into the final 
period. 

ON POWER puy 

Bond scored unassisted at 
2:04 on a power play before 
Kerry Moss of Penticton got his 
second goal of the night while 
Cougars were short a man. Vic¬ 
toria killed a two-man-short 
situation later, and then came 


i» n T!* University of Victoria Vikings, I 
u n '* held to a 3-3 tie by Queen's Own I 
“ “ * Rifles Wednesday at Esquimaltl 

Enqusnuit(Sports Centre, moved into first' 
“ l| place in the Vancouver Island 


Hockey League, one point ahead 
of idle Butler Bros. 

George Ede'a second goal of 
the game, with four minutes and 
25 seconds left, earned Rifles 
the tie after Dave Cousins and 
Bob Buie scored a minute and 
55 seconds apart late in the 
second period to give Vikings 
a 3-2 lead. 

Vikings' Larry Hackman and 
Rifles' Ede scored in the first 
period and Roes Millward put 
Rifles ahead at 17:05 of the sec¬ 
ond before the quick outburst by 
Vikings started with Buie's scor¬ 
ing shot at 17:45. 

Stockers North Americans de- 
jfeated Chemainus Blues, 5-1, in 
an exhibition game. 


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Rarely Injury-Free 


Life No Cherry Bowl 


Burrows Guides 
Oak Bay Win 


The Canadiens’ captain was Last season Beliveau sat out 
injured last Saturday night one game with a bruised bone 
when Barry Gibbs, Minnesota in the hand and six more with a 
North Stars defenceman, fell on groin injury. 

Beliveau's left leg after a rou- This season he has been well 
tine collision along the boards, below par—although he missed 
Beliveau was rushed to hospital only one game pr ior to the 
for x-rays, but was released Bnk i c injury—with a condition 
when no bone break showed. which was described as weari- 
He missed Sunday and ness 
Wednesday games tried to He played only briefly in sev- 
prachse Thursday and could not ersl „ the w to 
skate Then he went back to back |nto a fair , M l meas . 

hospital for more x-rays. The of hea]th the latest 

second trip showed the break mi 


Oak Bay 

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Next game: Thuraday at 4 p.m. 
Bay at Reynokla. 


Olivares 

Retains 

Crown 


VICTORIA 7, PENTICTON I 


Jean Beliveau 


HOUSTON (UPI) — Fred i left leg Friday in a battle to 
Steinmark, a punt return'save his life threatened by 
specialist who helped lead cancer. 

Texas to it* epic 15-14 win over I Doctors said the cancer in 
Arkansas a week ago, lost his Steinmark'* ailing leg was a 


socoma tumor, the fastest 
spreading type, and the defen¬ 
sive back had no chance to live 
without the amputation. 

A spokesman for the hospital 
said there was no guarantee 
that all the cancerous tissue 
was removed, but that doctors 
were hopeful. 

"The boy is in great spirits,” 
the spokesman said. “He is a 
fine boy — real inspiration.” 

Steinmark's teammates sent 


Penaltlr* - Pennock (VI 3:16, 5:30; 
IVfM (P) 7:00; Relmnr (P) S:OT: Rob- 
tnaon fV> U:38; Webater (V) 17:13. 

THIRD PERIOD 

11. Victoria, Bond <•> 2 04. 

1Z Penticton, Mom I Pert land i 4 :14. 
18. Victoria. Bock (3) (Riddell, Bond* 
17:35. 

Penalties — Pentland (P> :14; Bond 
(Vl 3:48; Cowick (V' and Penticton 
fbencti minor! 4:41; Turk (P) 8:04; 
Miles (V) 10:40; Munro (V) 11: M. 

Slops. 

Foralund <V) .-...18 12 13-.TT 

Whitlow <P> .. S 8 9—20 

Attendance 937. 


Comox Players 

Titles 


ure 


"It is a shock to all of us," 
said Coach Darrell Royal. "It's 
just hard to believe that It 
happened but it is one of those 
things that you have to accept, 
that you have to try to 
understand. 

"It is unbelievable that a boy 
who played starting safety last 
week could have this happen to 
him so soon," Royal said. 

The Texas coach was at the 
hospital with Steinmark's 
parents during the operation. He 
said Steinmark would remain in 
the recovery room until today. 
DISCOVERED MONDAY 

Steinmark complained of pain 
In hia leg after the Arkansas 
game and the tumor was 
discovered Monday when an x- 
ray of his leg was taken at the 
school clinic in Austin. 

The doctors told the 20-year- 
old junior his leg might be 
amputated If a malignant tumor 
was found. 

Steinmark came to Texas 
from Denver, and started last 
year In the Longhorn defensive 
-back field He picked off five 
phases during the season. 

He also was a punt return 
specialist and last year led the 
Southwest Conference in, punt 
returns, bringing back 25 punts 
for 177 yards. 


players took the open titles and championship, defeating CFB 
CFB Esquimalt players won the Comox's Bob Greenlaw, 15-1, 15 
veterans championships in the 6, The veterans doubles title 
two-day Canadian Armed was won by Esquimau's Ken 
Forces Zone 1 badminton Mitchell and Jack Strachan, 
championships completed Fri- who clowned Carl Hiesinger and 
day at CFB Esquimalt. Bill Branch of Chilliwack, 1510, 

fora B a r n e a defeated A1 1513. 

Simmons of CFB Holberg, 18-15, Representing Zone 1 (British 


FAN FARE 

By WALT DITZEN 


Bathgate 

Sparks 

Canucks 


Opening Descent 
Clinches Victory 


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league's only Friday game. 
Vadnais scored in the first and 
(third periods, and kept busy in 
(the second by getting into a 
j fight with Pittsburgh's Tracy 
| Pratt as the period ended. 

i Gary Jarrett, on a power 
OTTAWA 1CP> — Summonses play, and Billy Hicke also 
fjave been issued by provincial, scored for Seals as they won the 
court for hockey players Ted,game with three first-[>eriod 
Green and Wayne Maki to ap-igoals. The result put Oakland 
pear Dec. 18 to answer charges lonly two points behind fourUi- 
of assault causing buddy harm, I place Philadelphia, 
court cleric Dal Dupuis said Fri- ,. ITTOBlKGM oamlanu 4 
day- FIRST PERIOD 

The two National Hockey I. Oakland, Vadnala (*> (IngarBetd. 
I-eague players were charged Roh * rt,) *« 
after a Sept. 21 exhibition game (8 > 

here between Boston and St. j Oakland, Hinka ro (Vadnaii) «:«. 
Louis in which Green of Boston i*ensiiiea — Hextaii ipi 3:is; siuuun 
Bruins suffered a depressed tviari"mi mIm*"'"* 1 M8<: ** 

skull fracture requiring emer- MWONO 

genev surgery. Green is still , pin»bur*b, srbinkei <b> (Prentice) 
recuperating 17:07 

Dupuis said the summonses vffiSf'V' atSSFil* A *.* 
have been sent to U.S. police Prttl (F) (major and minor) 30:on. 


Summonses 
Issued Now 


VAL DISERE. France (API 
Michele Jacot of 


France 

made two almost flawless des¬ 
cent* down the tricky slopes 
Friday and beat out America's 
Barbara Cochran for the 
women's special slalom title in 
the Criterium of the First Snow 
ski competition. 

The event counts In the Alpine 
World Cup standings. 

The 17-year-old French girl 
clinched the victory with her 
brilliant opening run, docking 
Her combined 


The Original Knight 

S0LUNAR TABLES 

rW When To Fish 2^?* 
Or Hunt 


I4»xt gamn Tonight — Phoenix at 
Denver. San D*ego at Seattle. 

Andy Bathgate scored two 
goals and added one assist Fri¬ 
day to lead Vancouver Canucks 
to a 4-1 victory over last-place 
Salt Lake City and extend 
Canucks' lead in the Western 
Hockey League to three points. 

Canucks outshot the losers by 
a 5518 margin with Ted Taylor 
and Pat Harmigan also scoring 
tor Vancouver and Dan Sehock 
replying ft>r Salt Lake. 

At Phoenix, San Diego Gulls 
beat the Rnadmnners, 3-1, to tie 
Portland in second place. War¬ 
ren Haynes, Eld Ehrenverth and 
Ai Nicholson soored for San 
Diego, while Milan Marcctta got 
the Phoenix goal. 


Victoria Fish and Game 
Protective Association 

TURKEY SHOOT 

SATURDAY and SUNDAY 

AT UOLD8TREAM 
Shooting Commences at 10 a.m. 

• (lass A, B, C, I> and Novice. 

• Trap Shoots • Jt-Cal. Shoots 

• Refreshments 

EVERYONE WELCOME 


According to the Solunar Tablet 


cult tad for tfali ares. the beat tlmei tar 
hunting and fltalng today and ten mia 
will ha a> toliowi (Tima ah own are 
Pacific Standard time*): 

TODAY 

P.M. 

Minor Major 
9:20 8:06 


33.58 seconds. 

time was 1 minute, 12.80 sec-| 
onds. 

Miss Cochran, 
mond. 
second 
Steurer 
1 13.25. 

That performance placed the 


A.M. 

Minor Mnjor 
8:50 2:40 

TOMORROW 

9:45 8:35 10:15 4:06 

Major aniunar pertdda, laaBng lit to 
I h mr*. <}artt type 

Minor Mrlodi, shorter In duration. Ilgta 
lype. 


Rich-! 

t., clocked 1:13.10 for 
place with Florence 1 
of France third in 














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FORD 


MSIXJKES 


Batin gplnaW. Victoria, B.C., Saturday, Dec- 13, 1969 J3 


HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (AP) — leged draft-dodger should be in I Frazier is recognized as 
Gov. Claude Kirk of Florida a position to lay claim to any | champion in seven states, 
reversed himself Friday and title,' 
said he opposes a proposed 


Kirk said: “If we can promote plished in Florida.” 

' he said. . I Tuesday, * peculating publicly |a good sporting event I am for | He predicted that in such a 

fight Frazier “could easily beat 
Clay." 

Toronto Gardens Available 


Ttie burning question is: will Richard Anthony Allen change 
his pants in the Cardin ala's clubhouse right along with ordinary 
people like Lou Brock, Bob Gibson and Mike Shannon? In 
Connie Mack Stadium, the celebrated recluse has his own 
dresssing room. 

In most baseball circles, the first reaction to the seven-man 
trade sending Richie Allen to St Louis was a wave of 
compassion for Red Schoendienst. The manager of the 
Cardinals has already had turberculosis. What does he need 
with Richie Allen? 

For Red Schoendienat, the little world of baseball has 
always been the best of all possible worlds. He loved it when he 
played in cow pastures around Germantown, HI. In Albany and 
Lynchburg and Rochester, in St. Louis, New York, and 
Milwaukee, the game was pure fun. He even enjoyed those hit- 
and-run exhibition tours coming north from spring training 
when a fellow bved out of a suitcase for two weeks and 
everybody around him was griping. 

Except far the year of his illness when he must have 
despaired sometimes of ever returning to the game that was 
Ms life, this summer must have been toe most difficiit he ever 
experienced. This summer he had to stand by helpless and 
watch the best team in baseball grow fat and sloppy. And then 
they give him Richie Allen. 

When Richie Allen hits a baseball, it leaves the 
neighborhood. He isn’t remarkably good at catching a ball or 
throwing ft, and words like “dedication," “unselfish,” and 
“team pfayer” do not automatically bring his image to mind. 
He is toe sort that ball players used to describe as “all wood.” 

Yet because he can break up the furniture, seven clubs 
made offers for him. The Philips' John Quinn says the one he 
accepted was the best — Curt Flood, who says he won’t play, 
Tim McCarver, who used to be the best catcher in baseball, 
Joe Hoemer, a good relief pitcher, and Byron Browne, a young 
outfielder, for Allen, toe extraordinary handy Cookie Rojas, 
and Jerry Johnson, a pitcher. 

Chances are the seven clubs that made offers did so with 
the approval of their managers, even though toe managers 
were aware that run-ins with Allen had cost both Gene Mauoh 
and Bob Skinner their jobs In Philadelphia. 

Managers tell themselves: "Maybe those guys didn't know 
how to handle him. Maybe my office will back me up where 
theirs didn't. Anyway I can’t pass up a chance to get his bat in 
my lineup.” Probably Schoendienst did. 

With the Cardinals, everybody knew a housecleaning was in 
order. After two pennants and one world ohamiponship, 
Schoendienst found hhnself managing a band of fat cats who 
had lost the Incentive to win. Their salaries were weU above 
the major league standard and many had outside sources of 
income. 

Whether this change will be beneficial remains to be seen. 
Cookie Rojas is a remarkable Individual, Indefatigable, willing 
and able to play any position on toe field. Eight times — one 
with toe Reds and seven times with Philadelphia — he went to 
training camp without a job and it was a poor year when he 
didn’t get to play around 150 games. He is the compleatest 
utility man, and he can bunt or hit to any field. 

Johnson, 26, is a skindiver from Miami with size and youth 
on his side. He never made a great record In toe minors, has 
now served a season and a half upstairs. 


Fruier Is generally recognised as world 
champion, although Jimmy Ellis holds the 
World Boxing Aasoclatioa's version of toe 
title. 

Clay fought here in IMS and deleaded his 
tide with a 15-round decision over George 
Chuvalo of Toronto. 


TORONTO (CP) — Negotiations have been 
started to stage the heavyweight fight be¬ 
tween Cksstaa Clay and heavyweight cham¬ 
pion Joe Frasier at Maple Leaf Gardens la 
February. 

Harold Ballard, executive vice-president 
of Maple Leal Gardens, is negotiating with 
Clay’s lawyers. 


SOCCER Bay Athletic Association, 

1 p.m. — Exhibition, Macdonald Park. 

Victoria O'Keefes (Pacific 2:tt — Exhibition, Van- 
Const Loagne) vs. Victoria cnnver Merolomas ys. Oak 
West (District League, first Bay Wanderers (Victoria 
division). Central Park. Rugby Union, first division), 

2;15 — District league, first Windsor Park, 
division, UVIc Vikings vs. «*nr«rirv 

Cosmo Royals, Heywood 

Avenue Park. B:38 p.m. — Vancouver 

2:15 — District league, third Island Midget League, Powell 
division. Lake Hill vs. Oak River vs. Victoria, Esquimau 
Bay, Reynolds Rond Park. Sport* Centre. 

RUGBY 

1 p.m. -- Exhibition, Van 
cnnver Merolomas vs. Oak 
Bay Wanderers (Victoria 
Rugby Union, second 
division), Windsor Park. 

Z :0S — Victoria Union, first 
division. Castaways vs. James 


For the Gents i 

BOXED 

WOOL TIE ud 
SOCK SETS 


ZURICH, Switzerland (UPI) 
— Canada received un¬ 
expected support Friday in its 
bid to reinforce its national 
hockey telm with 
professionals. 

The powerful International 
Soccer Federation (FIFA ) 
gave a rebuff to IOC presi¬ 
dent Avery Brundage’s de¬ 
claration that all players 
competing in an open world 


to look at toe individual to 
decide if he is an amateur." 

In soccer, players certified 
as amateurs can participate 
in open world championships 
as well as in the Olympics. 
For the 1964 Olympics only, a 
rule was applied to ban aU 
Work! Cup players from 
Olympics. This rule was made 
by the FIFA— and not by the 
IOC — to make it more 
difficult for ao-called state 
amateurs from communist 
countries to participate in the 
Olympics. It has been set 
aside since. 

“Our policy now is that 
anybody is an amateur who 
has been certified as such by 
both his national federation 
and the national Olympic 
committee, regardless if he 
played with or against pros,” 
Kaeser said. 


tournament would lose their 
amateur status. 

This is an Interpretation 
some members of the Inter¬ 
national Olympic Committee 
would like to bring about, but 
it rests on wrong conclusions, 
FIFA secretary-general Hel¬ 
mut Kaeser said. 

“There is no such thing as 
collective professionalism,'’ he 
said. “It is possible tor a 100 
per cent amateur to play with 
a professional team. You have 


BOXED 

WOOL TIE and 
SCARF SETTS 

$8.50 


1:N — Vancouver Inland 
Midget League, Oomox vs. 
Victoria Racquet Club, 
Racquet Club. 

8 :M — Vancouver Island 
Junior League, Port Albernt 
vs. Victoria Cuba, G. R. 
Petu-kes Arena. 


WILSON’S 
AVOCA SOAP 
1 -bar box 93 


Bay Meadows Racing Report 


three- a-JungU Savaga (W. HarrU) 

r oime AteJ (D. Pierce) 
d Hunting (W. Delia) 

H4 Orbit Ruler (F. Alvarez) 

114 True Balcony (J. Gcnaalaxi 

.114 Apollcslcr (K. Norm) _ 

Its Blue Cohn* (J. P. DUx) .... 
114 a-Entry 


Result* The Fir* Day (Qolrac) M* «■) (8.00 IS H FIFTH RACE—*2,300 allowance. 

, naming Jet iU Pierce) 2 60 2SO year-olds, ore mile: 

I racing l.lm Arlene (Mono) 3.00 Single Point (L. Pierce) 

Alai ran: Proeperous Tonetta, Susani Can Eddy Kaled (D. Velasquez) 
euuics choice. Sun** Beach, Word of Honor. 9 3 Bell star (R. Yakai 

~ -- Bally Raggtl (J. GcetaaJez: 

• Gourdy Omagh (E. Welsh) 

Star NasruHah (R. Roaaleri .... 
•Dark Vanguard (R. Christian) .. 


Fin* Race — *3.200, ihrae-yaar-old Mnih Race *3.600 allowance, three- 
maidens and allies. (lx furlong! year-old* and up, one and one-quarter 

Pebble Maid iChrMlam *8 SO *4-20 gS mile*. 

Queen Naleika INono) 3 SO 3 00 Oeeroood Duka 

Bo Ba a MM iZollmgerl 1X40 (QuUrtlani *23.80 *12.80 *13.30 

Also ran: Quite Madnei*. Rad Drea* Son Blue (Welah) 12.20 6.® 

Fran Orange. Stacy Lee, Lady Comal. Robert & (Rnbirm) 6.30 

Lollipop Pink, Blue Prince** Grey Also ran: Dtabollro *id, New Palmer, 
Sharon. Apologue. Time 1:13 4i Cowardly Lice. Moon Spot, Young* 

- Allghal. Swim Along, Sanang, A King 

Seconl Race—E3,BOD dalmlne two year Scheme. Vain La** Time 2:10 1-5. 
old* Ms fortun^T Attendance S113. Mutoel handle *738,- 


NINTH RACE (AMO allowance, three-1 
SIXTH RACE—*2,200 allowance, three- year-old* and up, on* end one-quarter I 
year-old* and up. on* and one-quarter mile*: 

miles: Ltltle Chon Cboo IJ. Gonzalez) U7 

Sheldrake (W. Shoemaker) ...113 ‘Tempestuou* Link (W. Della) 115 

* Bend (J. MeCuHsri . 11J ‘Acroe. The Sea (J. Iwaj) 10* 

••-Side Kelly IJ. Cruz) 108 ']b| y C X lMt ( 5 F* 1- ” . 108 

•Delected (A Chrietlan) ..iu * 

Parker Road (M. Lcwta) 115 

Public Approval fW Freeman) 111 

Take a Trip (D. Pierce) 113 

-Stay Up (J- Gonzalez) 317 

•-Entry 

SEVENTH RACE — *3,000 •llowanee. 
two-y»«r-old*, one mNe: 

Aggre*lively <D. Pierce) 114 

Upper Balcony (J. Robinson) . .114 

Onol Hand (J. Gormaiezi 12(1 

yt* Lord A dare (J*> Shoemaker . 1’7 

it* Hereafter (M. Lewis) . 117 

Krj Dark Imagery (W Harrl*) 11? 

117 Scatback (K. Knapp) . Ill 

Hi EIGHTH RACE —*20,000 Added Handl- 
114 E*£' one and one-atxteenth 


LEN GLANCY offers 


Entries 


EMPRESS PAINT 
SPECIALS 


Third Rare — W.onn. twrvyear-md Ocean Light (D. Walkar) 
maiden alike* one and on* M Mernt n Mlu Pleiades <R- RoaMei) 
mile* Poacher * Pocket (i Trevino) 

Seanmarle tVelaaqoezl * 00 *4 90 *180 Glad D*d U Gonzalez) 

Wendy Lynn F. tKono) 180 SB) Malkxi <M- Hamilton) 

Milady Jane (Lanrway) 11.80 Tom Hank (L. Juans) 

Also ran: Honey Alice. AmwuiUa. Color Me Fast (W. Freeman) 

Oceana 04 Love. Video DU. Kw; R. A. Robert* <1 Valenzuela) 

Hussy. Mexican HaL Becky Ray. Now Mix Frlzby (R. Yalta) 

Iran, Mablna. Thne ]:« M Mr Buford (A Haze) 

•Fantall (F. Garza) 

Fourth Race—J2.HH claiming, three- Recruit (C. TohHIl 
year-old*, me and oae-atxteenlh mil**. "Thunderetle (J. I wall 
California King (Welsh) *1140 *6.20 *4 00 Column Right (L. Pierce) 

Jo Serenade 4L. Pierce) 8 88 4 10 Pretty Talk (J. Leonard) 

Lucsy Sphere (Trevino) srCOND RACE - *3.500. claiming. 

Alao rs": Rejpl Frolic- Bay Brtlche* three-year-old* and up, one and one-sli- 
E . Jrnigle Trail. King OI*f. Landaway, leef , lh * mde. 

Time TO TnsL Scratchy Apache, •M u , tw ln (E. Wei.hi 105 

| Chopaka. Artdkate Time 1:47 4-5. Ad*rla (D. Pierce) .. HI 

Green CNeeae (S. Ttwlno)) lit 

two-year-old r,-* Lennl* <R Ronoi H2 


However, you don’t trade players with the stature of 
MoOarver, Flood, and Hoerner for a good utility man and a 
pitcher of unf ulfill ed promise. The Cardinals must get a ton of 
baseball out of Allen to break even. 

Ironical!, Alien seems to be susceptible to toe very same 
ills that did toe Cardinals in. Since the Phillies lured him out of 
Wampum, Pa., with a $60,000 bonus in 1960, he has been able to 
indulge himself freely. He lives it up, he finds many 
distractions outside baseball, and he has never been conditioned 
by harsh need to obey the rules. 

With McCarver gone, chances are Joe Torre will be asked 
to put the mask and pads back on, though he isn't fond of toe 
tools of ignorance. That would leave first base open tor Richie, 
except that the Cardinals have a young power hitter named Joe 
Hague who may be just about ready. 

Hague is a first baseman who has also played in file 
outfield. Allen is a batter who has played third base and in toe 
outfield. He hurts the team least when be is on first base. No 
doubt Schoendienst wall find a place for him. 


Thl* Tn*r will be by Charter Ceaeb. 
I-eavc VlcUri* ■« 81M A At., Friday, 
Bee. ZCth. Direr! 4* Coartnaaj 
Motel for two night*. 

Our raach will lake u* to tha pla¬ 
teau far akllng each day and bring 
u« back lo the Metal at aunaet. The 
Motel haa an Indoor iwlmmlng pool 
and aauna for thoaa who want *n 
evening maxing 

We will leave Courtenay at 5:00 P.M. 
on Sunday, Dec. 2*th. (topping *t 
Nanaimo Cor dinner, arriving back 
in Victoria during the evening. 

Cost of Tour including 
Transportation and Mote] two 
nights—$27.BO Each, Twin. 

WEST COAST 
TRAVEL SERVICE 

No. 462, 1029 Doughti Street 
Phone M8-47M 


■»3t.v- 

‘ a-Governcn Party (W. HarrU) 


EMPRESS DELUXE 

Inttritr Latti 

Compare to fll.25 gal. 


EMPRESS DELUXE 

Saml'Olfiss 

Compare to $11.95 gal. 

SALE, gal. *6.65 


Selections 


1—Miss 


Poacher'* Pocket, 


FlfUi Rare - *1.1 

maJdiD* *lx furlong*. 

Free Good* (Knapp) 

Chorigng IRablnareii 
Congrca* (1. Valenzuela 

Alao ran: Drlt Encor . _ _ 

Silver Land. PakalaU. Weekend Warrior, 
Weaten Walonnc. Ral So w e r. Cocci Bay. 
Sheepman Time 1;U 3-5 


TO ALL A MEKKY CHRISTMAS 


LEN GLANCY PAINT 


Sixth Race—*4.000 claiming, three- 
year-old* and op, flllle* and maiden*, 
i be forking* 

Swaet Mcxnert 

iGnwalni *K8B 85UD *4 no 

a Tha TSm Laaa (Itotown) 7.40 3 00 
Watrh l. arlll e (Lanowayl 5.80 

Alao ran: a—Singing Firefly. Diamond 
Dip. Magic Red. iWl Kid Carol. Min 
I MuaieaL Time 113 1-5. 


1116 Bluish&rd SL 


Christmas Bonspiel 


Waltzing Willie (J. Gonzalez) 

a-Enfry 

FOURTH RACK - *4.000, etalr 
three year-old* and up, *lx furlong* 
LMtle Jakay (L. Pierce) 

•Hy Pi rale (E Walah) . 

Del monte Lad <W Freeman) 
Turtoir.ifl <W. Harrla) 
a-Tranqnatal* 11. P. Diaz) 

‘Seamaamy (R. Horton) . 

•Veladnr (W Della) . 

Morph (R. Roaale*) 

Hem Brook (R. l-o«hryl 
"Alter Bern (R. ChrUtlan' 

Terra rum Kid (M. Vnlenxmla) 

Warm Color* (J. Gonzalez) 

* Tommy 71 ride (J. P. Diaz) .. . 


YEAR-END TIRE SALE 


Seventh Rare—M.5M claiming, three-1 
vear-old*. one and one-alzteenth mBe*. 
Royal 1> part ure 

(Gonzalez) 00.00 (4 XI *2.W 

a—flipper Upper (Lewlal XSB 14n 
California Eagle (Trevino) 24D 

Alan ran: a—GlympAad Boy, Onre A 


Esquimalt Curling Club hosts also be the scene for the fourth 
its ninth annual Christmas annual Kiwanis Club of Saanich 
mixed bonspiel starting Dec. 26 Teenage mixed bonspiel, Dec. 29 
at Esquimalt Sports Centre. to 31. 

The three-day, four-event spiel The only mixed *piel for 
on a Chisolm draw will be teenagers in Victoria, toe four- 
limited to the first 32 rinks event 32-rink competition will 
entered by Pec. 22. also be run on the Chisolm draw 

Esquimalt Sports Centre will and entrie* otosa Dec. 22. 


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BhIh (Bolonigt. Victoria, B.C., Sotufday, Dec. 13, 1969 


TRAVEL TIPS from Sian Delaplane 


ENJOY... 

“NEW HORIZONS 
IN TRAVEL” 

VICTORIA SUB-AGENT P&O LINES 

Call In Today 
For Details 


I “You made Acapulco sound “My husband will take us to “Dt 

expensive . . Europe but Itniite It be where u 8*tf 

There seems to be a big . .. „ t a, 

[division: very tow and very ““ pl * y * tell c 

high. We had dinner at the posh So many o{ these golf ^ b 
Las Brisas. (They issue you a swingers, the airlines have wlth . 
pink jeep, and your own special tours from the U.S. forget 
swimming pool at each Jumping them from bole to bole j 
cottage.) The nudge was $35. and counie to course. Mainly T . 
Next night I had dinner at a England, Ireland and Scotland. „ ^ 
beach front Mexican place: A good all-inclusive price. And . awa 
54.80 for two. And that Included courses are near where you’d “ 
drinks and tip. A 25-cent tip to like to go. Folders are free 
the doorman put me in The from Irish International Air- "TT 1 * 
Last of the Big-Time spenders lines, Pan American, BOAC. T" 1 . 
league. Maybe others. J"™* 


long dull one. Something you 
should read but keep putting it 
off. It may put you to sleep. I 
keep this flight bag light. Then 
the children stuff their toys on 
top so that I can't get to 
anything below. A born loser, j 

Comer the stewardess 
Immediately. Ask her for games 
for the moppets. Airlines have 
splendid stuff for them. Keeps 
them quiet. (They will then pack 
the giveaway games on top of 
everything else In the flight bag. 
But toujours gal.) 

If the airplane has movies, 
the earphones switch to dif-l 
ferent sound programs. One ofi 
them Is for children. Plug them 
in instantly. Order a martini 
and relax. (I just write this 
way. I can’t do it.) 


BLANEY’S TRAVEL 

PRESENTS 

‘NEW HORIZONS IN TRAVEL 

ORIANA 
CARNIVAL 
CRUISE 


Departing frora Vancouver on January 2Sth, 
19111, for 28 exciting days to tie Caribbean 
and South America Enroute, you will viali 
San Frandaeo. Lo« Angeles. Balboa, Crlatobal. 
La Gualra. Barbados, Martinique. St. Thomas, 
and return to Vancouver via Acapulco. 


nm Clara . Sl.lt* CA far pane. 

Tsarist Claas ..$ ISO I.A per paraap 

Departure! every Sunday, commencing no 
December 14th for 14 dayi. with the laat de¬ 
parture oo March 22nd, 1*70. Your fare In¬ 
cludes return air tranapirtatlnn trom Vanttiu- 
ver to Honolulu Hotel accommodation, trana- 
fen from the Airport to your hotel, and 
return, and all taxes. 


HAWAII 

TOURS 


CRUISE ONE WAY 
FLY ONE WAY 


Fifteen ahort rruiaea departing from South¬ 
ampton to placea like Amsterdam, Copen¬ 
hagen. Naples, Athena, and Istanbul. Theae 
r raises are aa ihort aa «tx daya, and aa lor* 
■« twenty daya. Short exruratatia are avail¬ 
able at each part at call- These cruises are 
Ideally aulted for peraoni flying to England. 
Contact Blancy’a for additional Informalkm 
and reservation. 

A hoard the ileek K.5 Arcadia, departing from 
Vancouver oo May 27tb. June 10th. July ah. 
and July 22nd. 1970. Fare* atari at 015 
Canadian Fundi per person. Early booking li 
essential. 


EUROPEAN 

SUNSHINE 

CRUISES 


"Wb»t should we pay for aj 
watch in SwitserlandT” 

You’ll pay about half what it 
costs you at home. Advertised 
name brands are more than, 
house names. (Best house is’ 
Gubelin; branches in all big 
Swiss cities.) If it’s cased in 
gold, the price goes way up. A 
good man’s watch in stainless 
steel will be about 560. Same 
watch In gold, 5200. 

Best women’s watches In gefid 
with a gold bracelet run some¬ 
where around 5500. Probably 
51000 at home. But duty may 
nick you. 


By GORDON IRVING 

LONDON (CNS) — The 
minitrains of England and 
Wales, chugging through 
green fields and valleys, are a 


growing attraction for the 
tourist. 

The traveler can find them 
In the quiet meadows of Kent, 
in southeast England, or in 
the mountain valleys of Welsh 
Wales. 


ALASKA 

CRUISES 


TRAVEL SERVICE 


Victoria Office: 920 Douglas, 382-7254 
Oak Bay Office: 1530 Wilmot Place, 382-2165 


Alan aboard the S.S. Arcadia, departing from 
Victoria or June 4th. Jun* 18th, July lKh, 
and July SOth, and return to Vancouver six 
day* later. Rate* from (145 Canadian per 
person. 


One of the most Intriguing 
is the miniline that passes 
through the misty Merioneth¬ 
shire countryside in Wales. 
This is the Ffestiniog Rail¬ 
way, which runs through the 
Vale of Ffestiniog on its route 
between Portmadoc and Tan-y- 
bwlch. 

“It is the oldest surviving 
narrow-gauge railroad in the 
world,” an official of the 
Ffestiniog Railway said. “It 
was opened in 1836. For more 
than 20 years horses used to 
draw the coaches." 


TRAVEL 

SERVICE 


PASADENA TOURNAMENT 
OF ROSES 


Victoria Office: 
920 Don elan 
382-7254 

Oak Bay Office: 
1503 Wilmot Place 
382-2165 


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Invites you to 
Discover . . . 

FASCINATING 


The very popular tour leaves Victoria on Dec. 27 and 
returns on Jan. 10, 1970. 

Enjoy this very spectacular Parade from our reserved 
Grandstand Seats. 

Spend four nights in Los Angeles with sightseeing trips 
to Disneyland, also visit Tijuana, Mexico, Boulder Dam 
and many others. 

Have 3 nights in Las Vegas to visit some of the famous 
Night Clubs and see your favorite personalities. 

Then on to Reno for 3 nights with more side trips to 
Carson City and Virginia City. Also visit Harrack’s 
Automobile Collection where they have over 750 antique 
and vintage cars on display. 

On the way home we stop overnight in Portland and 
then shop at the large Lloyd’s Centre. Arriving back 
in Victoria on Jan. 10, 1970, at approximately 7:15 p.m. 


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Another Welsh mini-railroad 
Is the Vale of Rheidol Rail¬ 
way, the only narrow-gauge 
line still run by British Rail. 
The other three narrow-gauge 
lines in the United Kingdom 
continue to flourish thanks to 
the work of enthusiasts. 

The Rheidol railroad runs 
for a dozen miles through he 
Welsh valley. 


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built, we can best help you 
select a suitable one while 
keeping the {*~ice within your 
budget. 


At New Romney In Kent, 
the headquarters of the Rom¬ 
ney, Hythe and Dymchurch 
line, drivers were checking 
their steam locomotives with 
intense care and love. 

This is claimed to be the 
smallest public railroad In the 
world. Each year it carries 
about 350,000 passengers. 


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Each summer this railway 
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each direction along the 14- 
mile route that crosses Rom¬ 
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A perfectly proportioned 
locomotive, just five feet high 
and weighing five tons, pulls a 
dozen coaches over the 
meadowland and shingle 
waste of Kent, moving at 20 
miles an hour on a 70-minute 
journey. 


IncL air, hotel, 
transfers. From 


By Oriana you visit SAN FRANCISCO, LOS ANGELES. 
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Stop-overs at ST- THOMAS—two nights, ANTIGUA— 
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The Romney railway line 
was started in 1927 by the late 
Capt. Jack Howey, a motor¬ 
racing enthusiast Now it has 
nine locomotives, all replicas 
of steam engines which ran on 
the main lines of Britain until 
the diesel and electric ser¬ 
vices took over recently. One 
Is proudly named “Winston 
Churchill." 

During the war against 
Hitler, the railway line was 
taken over by the army, and 
an antiaircraft train patrolled 


MANY DEPARTURES 
FROM DEC. 14th to 
MARCH 29 


They can help you rent a car or find a guided tour that goes 
where you want to go. They can even advise you on which 
clothes to take along, where to write for a passport and a 
hundred other details. 

We at CP Air can tly you almost anywhere in the world. And 
we wantyou to have a good time when you get where you’re 
going. 

If you're like most of us, you don't get more than one holiday 
a year. So before you go, talk to your CP Air travel agent. It 
costs nothing more to get more for your memories. 

Travel with CP Air (and your travel agent) Is « global affair. 


Part of the fun of a holiday is going somewhere new. But 
how can you plan a vacation in a place you’ve never seen 
before? 

We suggest that before you spend any of your holiday 
money, you spend a littld time with your travel agent. 

It will rarely cost you a penny more and your travel agent 
could save your whole vacation. 

And your travel agent can tell you what different hotels, re¬ 
sorts and restaurants have to offer. And what they charge 
for what they offer. Then you can choose what’s right for 
you and your budget. 


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Thursday and Friday Evenings Until • 


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the other on Oriana 
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PASSPORT 


PHOTOS 

Photostats Copies of Document* 

... 716 Yates St 

5 -Rite Photos 384-1852 


Ibiln (Eulnntat. Victoria, B.C., Saturday, Dec. 13, 1969 


Shaw Festival Picks 

* • * p 1 j* ■ 

B.C. Architect's Work 


NIAGARA - ON 
LAKE, Ont. (CP) 

"Diom of Toronto 
selected from a group of 31 
architects to design the 
$2,000,000 Shaw Festival 
Theatre, Calvin Rand, president 
of the festival, said In an | 
interview. 

The theatre will be erected 
either behind the town court¬ 
house or on land near the oentre 
of town made available by the 
federal government. 

Thom favors the courthouse 
site which would be in¬ 
corporated into the theatre,- but j 
a decision regarding the site 
must be made by a new, 
municipal government. An an-1 
nouncement is expected in three i 
weeks. 

Thom, bom in Penticton, B.C. 
and raised in Vancouver, moved 
to Toronto when be was selected 
to design Massey College at the 
University of Toronto and Trent 
University at Peterborough, Ont. 

Thom’s Vancouver firm has 
received 3B Massey Medals for 
its work. Seven were for Thom 
designs. 


Ronald 


PASADENA ROSE PARADE 


you have to hunt low, and even 
then you’ll not find anything 
about Romeo. You can't even 
buy a postcard with his 
picture on it, not to mention 
the fact that you'll ne’er even 
find a Romeo souvenir in the 
shops. As for Romeo’s home, 
the House of Montague, you 
will have to work very hard 
at tracking It down because 
there are no signs to show you 
the way. 


By NINO LO BELLO 

VERONA, Italy — ’’But 
soft! What light through yon¬ 
der window breaks* It is the 
East and Juliet is tire sun.” 

A latter-day Freud would 
eay this Shakespeare-consoious 
city is suffering from a 
"matriarch complex” because 
venerable Verona plays up 
Juliet and gives Romeo what 
amounts to the bum’s rush. I 
kid you not! 

For the thousands of tour¬ 
ists who come to this beauti¬ 
ful old town at the foot of the 
Lesini and Baldo mountains, 
the principal attractions are 
Juliet’s tomb, Juliet’s balcony 
and the house Juliet lived in, 
the former residence of the 
Capulet family. And almost 
anywhere you go, there are 
postcards of the sweet dam¬ 
sel, souvenirs of Shakes- 
peare'i teenage heroine, and 
love-charms with motifs about 
you-know-who. 

So what about Romeo? Who 


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Curious Thing 

A curious thing about the 
residents of Verona is that 
they don’t think much of 
Romeo one bit. In point of 
fact, Shakespeare's play 
which made the two teen 
lovers Immortal is called 
"Romeo and Juliet,” but in 
Italian, Shakespeare’s 
masterpiece is entitled, 
"Juliet and Romeo.” Like the 
man said, Juliet is "In.” 

Several years ago a local 
club presented Verona with a 
statue of Juliet. Some Ameri¬ 
can soldiers stationed nearby 
with the U.S. Southern Euro¬ 
pean Task Force wrote a 
letter to the daily paper here 
asking why not also put up 
statue to Romeo. The hue and 
cry raised by the people of 
tills pro-Capulet town forced 
the U.S. army to a strategic 
withdrawal and an admissible 
defeat. Romeo still has no 
statute. 

“Romeo was a rotter!” 

"Romeo was a good-for- 
nothing drunkard and juvenile 
delinquent. He was always 
getting into fights just to show 
off his swordsmanship.” 

"Romeo was not what 
Shakespeare made him.” 


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Juliet’s tomb 


sives usually ask Juliet advice 
on matters of the heart. 

Although no one can make a 
substantial historical case for 
the existence of the two 
lovebirds (which is an un¬ 
mentionable subject In 
Verona), there is also no 
evidence at all to Indicate that 
Shakespeare himself might 
possibly have visited Verona 
before writing "Romeo and 
Juliet.” 

Several scholars have spent 
their p rofessional lives 


wrestling with the qustions of 
tiie legend, yet there is very 
little fact to back up any 
stories about the existence of 
either Romeo or Juliet. 

"What does history really 
matter?” spouted one Verona 
official when the Inevitable 
aubject came up. "For us 
Juliet lives. She lives in our 
hearts!” 

Or as Shakespeare would 
have put It: “Romeo, where¬ 
fore art thou?” 


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Juliet Prevails 

Thus went the theme in the 
outpour of Ietters-to-the-editor. 
The Juliet cult here had 
prevailed once more. Indeed, 
as far as the passing cen¬ 
turies are concerned, it is 
apparent the feud between the 
Capulets and "that other 
family” was eventually lost on 
the P. R. battlefield by the 
Montagues. 

There is never any question 
as to what slant the visiting 
thousands of tourists will get 
when they come here. They 
are taken by the guides for a 
look at Juliet's balcony in the 
courtyard of the Capulet 
House on Via Capello. After 
that it's a^palk to outside the 
Old City walls to the Church 
of San Francesco where one is 
shown the marble tomb of 
Juliet. 

Reflecting the tragedy of 
the unlucky lovers, the setting 
is superb. The crypt is cold, 
the willows weep, a supreme 
quiet reigns, all is tranquility. 
Nearby there Is a bust of 
Shakespeare watching the 
whole scene an offering silent 
approval. 


FOR AS LITTLE AS 


The Greyhound “Comfort Package” for carefree festive treven 

• Safety, Comfort, Convanianet. 

Ma ana holds s aondla ta Brayhtuni * Downtown to downtown sarvica. 
for Fsstivt Saasan Ssrvica! • Comfort conditioned. 

• Restroom equipped. 

• Mora trips to more places. 

FOR INFORMATION CALL: • Bargain fares. 

The Vancouver Island Coach Lines, 710 Douglas Street, phone 385-4411, 
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Romeo Ignored 

Down the tree-lined lane ot 
this cloister In the chapel, 
where Juliet and her boy 
friend are said to have been 
wed, is a mailbox where 
thousands of letters to Juliet 
(never any to Romeo) are 
dropped each year. The mis- 


Cruise to I 
Canberra 


«Hawaiian 


Bus Routes 


sun-warmed 

■Pfcjff ^ decks, the Ascot 
aces, an English discotheque, 
New Zealand Cheddar, 


Changes in two greater Vic¬ 
toria bus routes will go into 
effect Monday, a spokesman for 
B.C. Hydro said Friday. 

The Haultain route will extend 
via Shelboume and North Dairy 
Road and terminate in the Hill¬ 
side SI topping Centre. 

The one daily Gordon Head 
round trip will leave the city at 
8:45 a.m., rather than the pre¬ 
viously scheduled 9 a.m. The 
reluming bus will leave Tyndall 
and Barrie at 9:15 a.m., In¬ 
stead of 9:30 a.m. 


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Victoria Office: 920 Douglas, 882-7254 
Oak Bay Office: 1530 WUraot Place, 382-2165 


And have tea and biscuits brought 
to your cabin every morning by a stew ai d who 
makes you fed as though you’re traveling with 
your own British buder. 

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the Far East. 

See your travel agent for details. Or contact 
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Aboard you'R find suo decks, game 
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f-talari Victoria, B.C-, Saturday, Dec. 13, 1969 


Debt, Liq 


Fill HoUday 


fully His. How can we do 
this? Christ said, "As much 
as ye have done It unto thf 
least of these, my brethren, ye 
have done it unto me." This 
was in direct reference to the 
sick, poor and needy among 


By THOMAS JAUNDREW 

Mr, lundm, ■ psjrllUlrif w- 
Aerty *4 !U> Paitllan. BtoM JMHee 
Kiwptuj. la a member of Central 
Baptial Church.) 

Through the media of mod¬ 
em advertising and man¬ 
made theories that have 
thoroughly brainwashed the 
bulk of mankind in a large 
section of the world, we are 
fast approaching a time of the 
year that hat grown slowly, 
but surely into one of the 
most hectic, worry so me, debt 
incurring, liquor consuming 
holidays of the' year. And all 
this under the name of Christ 
and Christianity. 


UNITARIAN 
CHURCH of VICTORIA 

106 Superior St. 

SI KKKT SCHWEITZER A 
SMi.VTOSr FOR MAN 
REV. ARTHUR D. WII.MOT 
9 30 a.m. and U a m.—All Welcome 
Coffee and Conversation Afterward! 
Did you know That Unitarian* do not 
believe In the mlraculoui birth of 
Jp«ui? 


I personally am rebelling 
against this modem concept 
of Christmas and feel that it 
is about time people woke up 
to the fact that we have been 
brainwashed into this line of 
thinking. 

I feel that one of the 
strongest points in this brain¬ 
washing technique has beer 
the introduction of "good old 
St. Nick" with his bag of toys. 
At the earliest possible age 
we introduce our children to 
this jolly old gentleman whose 
only aim in life, apparently, is 


Yes, I‘m referring to the 
day set aside by the so-called 
Christian countries, to re¬ 
member one of the most 
important events that has 
occurred since the world 
began. The first Christmas 
heralded the coming to the 
world of God's son, bora of a 
virgin and born with one 
purpose and goal in life. That 
was to grow to manhodd and 
become God's sacrifice for the 
gins of the world—a world 
that even in the day that 
Christ lived and died rejected 
Him and all that He rep¬ 
resented. 


CHRISTIAN SCIENCE 


NAZARENE 


Jmindrew 


VICTORIA 

Quadra and Kings 

Rev. W. F. Rjhayi. Minister 
3SS-I3S4 

ESQUIMALT 

880 Oraigflowe r Road 

llev. Stnoi! Falk. Minister, 
383-MU 

Services: 

9:45 a.m. 
Sunday School 
11:00 a.m. 
Morning Worship 
7:00 p.m. 
Evening Worship 


good tidings of great joy, 
which shall be to all people. 
For unto you is bora this day 
in the city of David a Saviour 
which is Christ the fcord." 

Hearing this, they hurried 
to see this one who was 
destined to become so im¬ 
portant in their lives. We also 
read that wise men came to 
Him, bearing gifts, not for 
each other, but for Him whose 
birthday it was. 

From this simple beginning 
has grown this rriultimillion- 
dollar business of consuming 
vast quantities of liquor, of 
giving presents, of feasting 


A Branch o( The Mother Church 
The First Church of Christ. 
Scientist. In Boston, Massachuwlta 
Chamber! Street aed Pandora Avaane 
Elevator Available 
SUNDAY SERVICES 
11:00 a.m. and t;30 p.m. 

Subject: 

“GOD, THE 

PRESERVER OF MAN” 


Shown at Glad Tidings 
rehearsal, hack row, train 
left, June Yeats, accompan¬ 
ist; Iloreen Jackson, soprano, 
and pantomlmlst Len Richard. 
Christine Dunton and Rnh 
Henkel, both sitting, are also 
Is pantomime.—(William E. 
John) 


Cantata Carries 
Glad Tidings 


When we analyze his whole 
business of Christmas as you 
and I know it today, with its 
many associated practices, we 
can’t help but wonder what 
has happened to that original 
concept of Christmas as we 
read of it in God’s holy word. 

Christ was born in the little 
town of Bethlehem and lard in 
a manger because there was 
no room in the inn. Word of 
this wonderful event reached 
the ears of the shepherds in 
the fields. The angel of the 
Lord said unto them — "Fear 
not: for, behold, I bring you 


For Further 
Information Please 
Phone 885-8131 


Sunday School—11:00 a.m. 

Testimony Meeting 
Wednesday 8:00 p.m. 

FREE PUBLIC READING ROOM 
AND LENDING LIBRARY 
1210 BROAD STREET 

ALL ARE WELCOME 


As in many Victoria churches. 
Glad T1 d ! n g g Pentecostal 
Church, 842 North Park Street, 
has a full schedule of Christmas 
activities. 

| Among the Yuletide events 
| are a cantata, a cadlelight 
service and a children's pro¬ 
gram. 

Here is the list: 

• 7 p.m. Sunday — Choir of 
40 voices will perform Born a 
King, a cantata by John Peter¬ 
son. The cantata opens with 
several prophetic messages con¬ 
cerning the birth of Christ and 
proceeds through the main 
eyenls of the night of His birth. 
While the cantata Is being sung, 
a pantomime in full costume! 
will take place. Pastor David 
Argue directs the choir. 

• 7:30 p.m. Monday —, 
Annual Sunday school Christ¬ 
mas program featuring children, 
portraying various aspects of | 
the birth of Christ. The Junior i 
Brass Band will play for 15 
minutes before the hour and a 

i teenage choir will sing several: 
, selections. 


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God 'Unemployed' 


Dr. Emma M. Smiley teaching 
THE NEWNESS OF NOW at 

VICTORIA TRUTH CENTRE 

11:00 a.m.—Guest Speaker at this service will be Mr. 
Robert D. Ferguson. His subject Is 
“WISHING WELL” 

1 :S0 p.m—Dr. Emma M. Smiley will speak on the 
“SOUND OF CHRISTMAS” 

11 a.m.—TMIdnn't Chnrrh and lialdra Key Yount Peoplin' Stndy Group 

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I'aator: REV. HA KOI.1) FKNDRAY 

Sunday: 9:45 a.m-Sunday School . . 11:110 a.m.-"Chri*t the Lord' 

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9 45 a.m —Christian Education 
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7:30 p.m—GOD WITH US 

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I«3» YATES STREET PHONE 3S5-71I1 
1:45 n~ m. — Sunday School 

11:00 a.m.—REV. C. R. ALTON—speaking 

(Newly Appointed interim Pa*tor) 

7:00 p.m.—CHRISTMAS CONCERT 

Pi denied by the Sunday School Department 


TORONTO (CP) — A 
United Church minister here, 
who only wears clerical 
clothes on Sundays and 
special church occasions, says 
God is not dead — “it’s just 
that He is unemployed.” 

Rev. Clarke MacDonald of 
St. Luke's United Church, said 
membership in his church — 
between 200 and 300 — has 
held steady throughout the 
1960s. 


I • 8 p.m. Friday — Youth 
* candlelight service. Mrs. Paul 
I Hawkes, wife of the pastor, will 
1 speak. 

• 7 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 21 — 
Christmas Famjly Night. A 

I group of carolers and a brass 
quartet will sing carols to those 

I coming to the service and to 
those passing by oh the street. 

I The senior band will play 
Christmas music and the film 
based on The Story-of the Otter 

I Wise Man by Henry Van Dyke 
will be shown. 

U Next Wednesday there will be 
* banquet for senior citizens 
under the auspices of the 
| Dorcas Ladies. 


FOR FREE BOOK, FILL IN THE COUPON BELOW 


GOSWORTH COMMUNITY CHURCH 

Corner Ooawortb and Barton 

"Th« Place to Find * Friend” 

9:45 am.-Blbtn Stud lei 
U:00 a.m.—MORNING WORSHIP 
Prayer Meeting Thuraday Night 
"The Layman'* Church" 


LEWIS HOTEL-MOTEL SCHOOLS 

A Division of Career Academy of Canada Ltd., Regional 
Admissions Centre, Box 82, Abbotsford, British Columbia. 
P!«*•» tend me, without obligation, your he* KoeptlaJKy brochprt! 


THE SALVATION ARMY 


KNOX PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

•Ml Rickman* A >rm 

11:00 a.m. 

"What Do You Want 
For Christmas?" 

I* Km • 
Fellowship Coffee Hour 

Re*. A. M. BeeKra. ■-*- 


‘ 4 Victoria Citadel Corps. 

737 Pandora Avenue 
MAJOR AND MRS. J. R. Wood 
(Corps Officers) 

9:45 a.m—Sunday School and Bible Cl*** 

11 00 a m—Holiness Meellng: Com* and bring your frlenda. 

7 00 p.m —EvangelliUc Meeting: 

1:15 p.m.—Film "lay Involvement Far Evaeaellum" Produced by Campu* 
Crusade For Christ IrrternaUonal. Hrnr what God la doing 
through Spirit-filled Chrlatlana right here to Victoria. 

First be thoughtful about Christ’s Birth—then be thankful 


TRINITY 


Name 


PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

2M4 Tlllleam Road 
Ministers REV. O. 0. SMITH, MA 
11:00 a.m. 

The Communion Service 
9:45 a.m —Junior Church School 
13:00 a.m.- 

Prtmary and Kindergarten 


Address 


In a recent report about the 
future of the 150 United 
Church congregations in 
Metropolitan Toronto, the 
church was warned that if llie 
present decline in member¬ 
ship continues, it will have no 
downtown churches in 15 
years. 

Rev. MacDonald said: "If 
we can hold an, the church 
win be stronger than ever. 


Clly/ProvInt-e 


I am interested in O Home Study □ Resident Study. 

II It undrr 30. check here ter nor special huoklet, "Where the Acttea HI ” 
• . OOVBC22I 


ST. ANDREW’S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Downtown — Bonilat 81. at Broo*k*on 

The Very Rev 3. L. W McLean. CD, M.A., D-D 
The Rev. Bruce J. Molloy, M.A., B.D., M-Tit- 

11 a.nt. and 7 p.m.—-THE LORD’S 8UPPER" 

VISITORS WELCOME 

Organist and Cholrmaater: C. C. Warren, I.R.S.M.. A.T.C.M. 


MAVERICK 

SLASHES 

PRICES 


"But it will be wounded and 
It will be more humble." 

Rev, MacDonald sometimes 
does away with sermons in 
his church and has a simple 
dialogue with the congrega¬ 
tion. 


( Hi b% T Pastor and Mrs. David Hjerkstdet 

Of Tacoma, Wash. 

Sunday: 11 a.m.* Worship 7:30 p.m., Evangelistic 

• Hear anointed ministry 

• Worship with a New Testament church 

• God is moving. Are you in the move? 

• Sunday school for all ages 9:45 p.m. 


-FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. 

Quadra at Mason Rev. John A. WaUon, B.A., B.D. 
J. E. Tun*tall, Organlat and Director or Music 

Church School—11 a.m. 

Family Night Programme, Wednesday, « - S p.m. 

11 a.m. 

THEMES OF ADVENT 

(3) “OVERWHELMING JOY” 


SWIFT TENDERED BEEF WHOLE CUT 

100% GUARANTEED, GOV’T INSPECTED 


miMBOinT at BIAN8I1ARD STREETS 
Founded 1*74 

The Annual Candietifht and Carol Service 

with the ROYAL CANADIAN SEA CADETS CHOIR 

(Rainbow Division—Eaqultntlt, B.C.) 

Canada'! Senior Division, by H.R.H. Prince Phillip, 

Duke of Edinburgh 

11 a.m.t White Sift Service 

Held for those famine* who will not receive a Chriitmaa hamper 
from any organisation In Victoria. Place your Cbrlatmaa gift under 
the lighted tree In the ChurCh of Our Lord thla Sunday. 

7:30 P.M.: Annual Candlelifht and Carol Service 

With the Royal Canadian Sea Cadet! 

Based on the Chrlslmai Service of Carol* and Legend*, 
at King - * College, Cambridge, England 
Vlrtnria'a Oldest Church Welcome* You 


EMMANUEL BAPTIST 


Dietrich Buxtehude's Prelude 
and Fugue In G Minor will open 
the monthly organ recital by 
Herman Bergink in St. Paul's 
Naval and Garrison Church at 8 
pjn. Wednesday. 

Also on the program will be 
three organ chorales by Johann 
the Pastorale in F 


GOV'T INSPECTED 


FERNWOOD AT GLADSTONE 
Rev. Norman K. Archer, B.D., A.L.B.C. 

9:S0 a.m. 

FAMILY SERVICE 

11:00 a.m. 

Customs of Christmas (2) 

“TRIM THE TREE” 

7:00 p.m. 

FAMILY CAROL SERVICE 


Pachelbel, 

Major by J. S. Bach and Suite 
No. 1 for Christmas by Jan 
Zwart. 

Mr. Bergink will improvise 
variations on two hymns sub¬ 
mitted by the audience at the 
recital. 

The concert will end with 
Christmas music by Cor Kee 
and two organ chorales, one by 
Ernest Pepping and one by Flor 
Peeters, 


THE REFORMED EPISCOPAL CHURCH 


HEINZ 


FELLOWSHIP AND REGULAR BAPTIST CHURCH 


CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH 


888 Pandora Avenue Rev. John M. Moore, Pastor 

"We Preach Christ Crucified, Risen and Coming Again” 

9:45 a.m—Christian Education for Every Age 

11:00 a.m.—Moaning Worship Service 

“DIVINE WARNING TO THE RICH” 

(Continuing Studies in Epistle to James, No. 15) 

7:00 p.m—Evening Evangelistic Service 

“GOD'S MESSAGE FOR ALL MEN” 


CHELSEA MIX & MATCH 

PEAS 

MIXED VEGETABLES 
PEAS and CARROTS 


9:45—Sunday School 
11SW—Pastor Hawkes 

"THE LIGHT” 

7:00—Thp Choir Presents— 

“BORN A KING” 

By John W. Peterson 

* 41 minute* of KtcRIn* Mu*la 

* Complete l’antomlme 

Monday—7 p.m.— 

Sunday School Program 
ALL VISITORS WFUIIIMK! 


Pastors: 
Rev .Paul Hawkes, 
B.D. 

David W.Arpje, 

i.A 


Dr. Gordon Porter of St. 
Mark’s Church said: “When 
people are worn out, to restore 
them, 


MAVERICK MARKETS 


Prices Effective 

Fri.. Sat., Sun., Dae. 12,1$, 14 

Open Seven Days a Week 


reluctant and weary, to 
life Is not kind." 

He said that in such cases, it 
is better not to use resuscitation 
and machines to maintain life. 


Esquimau and Head Street 
We reserve the right to limit quantities 


Wednesdrty, 7:TO p.m. Prayer and Bible Ministry 
"Where Every Visitor Is An Honoured Guest" 

















BltiN (Sdlanilt. Victoria, B.C., Saturday, Dec. 13, 1969 


Four Oubs 
For Juniors 

Four junior service clubs for 
boys and girls between the ages 
of 9 and 12 are being formed at 
the YM-YWCA. 

There are Trl-Gra-Y olubs for 
girls and Gra-Y clubs for boys 
I in other cities in Canada but 
be the first for 


Church Chronicle 


Vesper Sound 
Provided 
By Musicians 


these *■ will 
Victoria.' 

The Induction service far the 
chibs wail be held at 2 P,m. 
Sunday in the auditorium of the 
YM-YWCA, 880 Qwrtney, fol¬ 
lowed by tea in the lounge. 


SACRAMENTO. Caftf. (AP) 
— California starts taxing some 
church businesses on Jan. 1 — 
but no one in the state 
government or the churches 
themselves seems to know 
exactly who will be taxed, 
where they are, or how much 
money will be raised. 

A law passed by the 1969 
legislature extends the state’s 
corporation tax to businesses 
directly operated by religious 
organizations but unrelated to 
their spiritual function. j 

Church and state officials 
alike say they cannot at the 


moment think of a specific] 
business which lan't taxed now 1 
but will be under the new law. I 

Such things as cemeteries, 
publications, old-age homes and, 
other activities directly associ¬ 
ated with church functioning 
won't be considered unrelated 
income. They will remaia tax- 
free. 

But if a church ran a movie 
house devoted to family type 
films, for instance, It would be 
taxed. The new law requires all 
churches to Hat types and 
sources of income. The amount 
need not be reported unless M 
unrelated 


Robert Ferguson will be guest 


Let There Be Peace Is the 
theme of a vesper service at speaker at the 11 a.m. Sunday 
7:30 p.m. Sunday to be con- service in Victoria Truth 
ducted by the CGIT of First Centre. His topic to Wishing 
United Church. The musical Well. At 7:30 p.m. Dr. Emma | 
group The Connectors will play. Smiley will speak on the Sound, 
□ of Christmas. 

The congregation of Wilkinson Q * 

Road United Church, which The Victoria local of the 
usually bolds no Sunday evening Christian Labor Association of 
service, will have a special Canada will present Gerald 


ANGLICAN SERVICE^ 

ADVENT m 

Christ Church 
Cathedral 


8:00—Holy Communion 
9:30—Family Eucharist 
Instruction: 

The Rev. R. A. Hoolt 

II ^ 0 —Matting 

Sermon: 

The Rev. R. A. Hoult 

7 :SO— Evensong 

Sermon: 

The Rev. J. Lancaster 

Weekdays 

Matting »:00—Evensong 5:13 

Holy Communic*]: 

Tuesday—U :00 
Thursday—7:00 


comes from 
business. 

LAW 8 PON 8 OR 

Sponsor of 
Democratic Senator Anthony 
Beilenson, of Beverly Hills, who 
Is Jewish. He says be was 
surprised at how easily the bill 
went through and became law 
Most major denominations had 
endorsed some such form of 
legislation. 

In the rest of tl» United 
States 
months 


FIRST UNITED 

CHURCH 


The oangregation of First 
United Church has been invited 
to share communion with the 
congregation o f St. John's 
Anglican Church at the mid¬ 
night service at U :30 p.m. 
Christmas Eve. 


Qndri it Balmoral Beat 
11:00 a.m, 

ADVENT m 
“THE FIRST OF 
MANY” 

Rev. Robert J. D. Morris 
Guest Organist: 
Roger Strange 
Delayed Broad east— 
7:00 p.m. CKDA 
7:80 p.m. 

In the Sanctuary 


denominations 
have expressed aif almost eager 
name of 
their tax- 


The Saanich Oratorio Choir 
will present Handel's Messiah at 
2:30 p.m. Sunday in the 
McPherson Playhouse. Helmut 
Janzen, a Victoria school teach¬ 
er, is the conductor. 

Soloists are Mem* Dlghton, 
soprano; Eleanor Duff, con¬ 
tralto; Robin Greenwood, tenor, 


willingness, to til 
fairness, to ( k*e 
exempt status when it comes to 
outside businesses they operate. 

The National Council ol 
Churches and the U.S. Catholic 
Conference issued a joint appeal 
last May to the U.S. Congress to 
eliminate special income tax 
immunity which the churches 
enjoy on unrelated business 
income. 

SUCH BODIES 

All such bodies make an 
important distinction, however, 
concerning tax exemptions on 
their houses 


ST. JOHN’S 


QUADRA AT MAAON 
Banter: Canoe Graham*, Balter 

8:00 a.m.—Holy Communion 
9:90 am. 

Family OommuBlon 
11:00 a.m.—Matins 

Samoa: Ths Bar's Walter Dnaatd 
Nursery fortune* at 1:30 and 
11:00 Service* 

7 sOO p.m.—Evensong 
Stlron Th* Rader 
Thursday— 

10:18am.—Holy Communion and 


—Jaflery Ptanlger 

Johal cousins , from left , Kim , Ricky, Sharon and Raj 


Vesper Service 
“LET THERE BE 
PEACE” 

Music by 
“The Donnectors” 

“Carols in The 
Candlelight” 

December 17th—8 p.m. 
in the Sanctuary 


Thorndick 


Psalms 

Passage 

Included 


Initial Wedding Held 
At New Sikh Temple 


Jubilee 

Grad 

Speake 


Litany. 


of worship. A 
major suit is pending before the 
U.S. Supreme Court, brpught by 
a citizen named Frederick Walz 
against the New York City tax 
commission. The Walz com¬ 
plaint alleges that tax exemp¬ 
tions for churches and Syna¬ 
gogues violate the American 
c o n s t i t ution'a church-state 
separation tradition. 

TAX MONEY 

William Burke, legislative 
counsel for the Roman Catholic 
bishops of California, said he 
would be surprised if "A great 
deal of tax money’' resulted 
from the law. 

The California corporation tax 
rate is 7 per cent of net income. 
Businesses run by churches get 
a special $1,000 deduction. 
Businesses in which a church 
holds a controlling Interest, but 
which are actually run by lay 
management, are not affected 
because those already are 
I taxed. 


EUUN HOAD 

Th* Partkb Church <* Oak Bay 
Tba Van. 0yw*j J. June*. LTV 
Raetur. 

8:30a.m.—Holy Communion 
9:30 a m..—Family Service 

lor all Sunday School Dept* 


“He sent his word, and healed 
them, and delivered them from 
their destructions.” 

This passage from Psalms is 
Included to the Christian! 
Science lesson-sermon titled 
God the Preserver of Man, to 
be read at 11 a.m. Sunday in 
First Church of Christ, Scien¬ 
tist, Chambers at Pandora. 

One of the passages to be 


Sikh Temple on| Sikbisifi originated in the 
Punjab and most of the 
disciples are still to be found 
there. Its first members were 
dissenters from Brahmardcal; 


named Johal, agreed to, have 
their photos taken at the bottom 
of the long Sight of steps on 
Blackwood whare the new 
temple has its main entrance. 
The former temple had the 
entrance on Topaz, 


The new 

Topaz Avenue is nearing com¬ 
pletion. 

Already services are being 
held and, within the past two 
weeks, the flrkt wedding was 
celebrated there. 

The $200,000 building is being 
constructed on the site of the 
original temple which for 57 
years was used for religious 
ceremonies but was too small 
for the present congregation 
which numbers about 1,000. 

The Sikhs recently celebrated 
the 500th anniversary of the 
birth of Nanak, contemporary 
of Martin Luther, who founded I having an afternoon meeting in 
their religion. Ceremonies were the community room, 
held in Vancouver. [ Four young cousins, all 


and parent*. Presentation of 

Whit* Gin*. 

11:00 ajn.— Mattins 

Preacher: The Rector 
4:00 p.m.—Evensong 

Preacher: The Rector 

NO SUNDAY SCHOOL 
TSoraday— 

10:10 *.m.—Holy Comrmmlee 


METROPOLITAN 
UNITED CHURCH 


Pandora *i Qaadr* Street 
(B83-81M 0T 188-3887) 

“For b Closer Walk 
With God” 
MlnUlar: 

Be*. Albert E. Kins. B.A. 
11:00 a.m. 


Church Closing 
Approaching 

KAMLOOPS (CP>- — St. 
Paul’s Anglican Cathedral in 
this interior city may be forced 
to close if a campaign for funds 
can’t raise enough to pay ex¬ 
penses, says Bishop R. S. Dean 
of the diocese of Cariboo. 


Sf. George the Martyr 

Cadhera Bay and Maynard Baada 
Serving U***n*wood, Oadbetn Say, 
Tan Mil* foist and IDpteada 

Rector: Th* Rev. Cano* O. P. Bilbo* 


WHITE GIFT 
SERVICE 


relief on mission fields in 
Central and South America and 
the West Indies. 

Students conduct services and 
teach in the Bible and day 
schools. 

Miss Thorr 
medical desj 


8:00 a.m.—Holy Communion 
9:30 a.m.—Sunday School 


Colortol Nativity Pageant 
by members ol the Church 
School with the School 
Songsters. 

(Presentation << Gift* of Food, 
Clothing, etc , tor th* Needy *1 
horn* and over****.) 

7:00 p.jn* 

C.G.LT. 

CANDLELIGHT 
VESPER SERVICE 

|tur**ry tea- Infanta at 11:00 am. 


9:30 a.m.—“The Young 
Church” 


assisted in the 
iry and taught 
classes on hygeine and nutri¬ 
tion. 

At the end of the summer 
relief program of the church, 
she remained in Haiti to work 
in the Albert Schweitzer Hospi¬ 
tal to learn more about tropical 
diseases and their cures. 

The student Missionary Pro¬ 
gram is sponsored by the 
Nazarene World Missionary 
Society. It is designed to give 
field experience to those stu¬ 
dents in Nazarene colleges who 
feel called to foreign missionary 
activities. 

Miss Thorndick was one of| 
only two chosen from Canada. 


11:00 a.m.—Morning Prayer 

Thura—Holy Communlcai 10:80 am. 


Citv and District Churches 


ST. PHILIPS 


KVANOK1JCAL FBHr rMTiia 


PARKDALE FREE CHURCH 
8281 Harriet Rtted—S82-7SH 
Sunday School. 10:11-11:00 am. 
Worship Hour — Prim ary-Junior-Ado) ta, 
11:00-13:00 noon. 

Evening aervica 7:06 p.m. Thursday — 
Prayer meeting i:0S p m. Friday — 
Youth nignt 

Visitor* welcome at aO sendee* 

Pa*lor C Klaaaen. *79-4411 


mm 


Oar. Kaitdowne a ad NeS 
OAK BAY 

The Reversed Job* Vleker* 


CENTENNIAL 

UNITED CHURCH 

(large 8*. a* David St. 

(Opposite Ootoaj Mater 
Minister--Re?. Joke Trerta 
U:M A.M. 

"ON GETTING 
THROUGH” 


Sunday, December 14th 
8:30a.m.—Holy Communion 
B :30 turn.—Young Church 
11:00 s.m.—Morning Prayer 
Wednesday, December 17tfa 
7 :SS p.m.—Holy Communion 


JAMES BAY UNITED CHURCH 
Mirhlgan nod U*ratal Streela 
Rev K M Wood. BA. M>. SSt-SBI 
Mr Roland Webstar, organist 
11 am—Morning aerWo* and Sunday 


church group will provide England, Roe* 
Christinas music each night. and Gil Fletcl 
Leading off at 8 p.m. Thors- is Jim Biggs, 
day will be a group from the Christmas E 
Christian Business Men's Com- ,jp with an 
i mRtee. At 8 p.m. r '' 
grouTTfrom Glad Tidings Pente¬ 
costal Church will perform. At 8 
p.m. Saturday, Capt. and Mrs. 

Albert Feijla and a group of 
Salvation Army young people 
will providO the music. 

FAMILY 8EBVICE 


The week before Christmas 
will be a busy one at the 
Salvation Army Harbor. Light 
alcoholic rehabilitation centre at 
516 Yates. 

Starting Thursday, a different 


SrhooL 


CHURCH OF CHRIST 


CADBORO BAY UNITED CHURCH 
3825 Arbutus Road 
Rav. C LeighUm Straight, B A. 

9:30 am. — Nursery-kindergarten, Grad pi 

CONTEMPORARY WOB 
8HIP 

Child care. 

11:00 a m —MORNING WORSHIP. 
Serving Cad boro Bay aid Upland* 


CHURCH OF CHRIST 
MOO Shalborae St 
Bible elaaaaa. 1:41 A.at. 
Morning wgphlp. 11 am. 
ivenlng worship, 7:06 pn 
479-4819 - 477 *496 


. _ carol 

^ a y_ a | service at 8 p.m. in the centre. 

Christmas Day is going to be 
"a real happy occasion," Capt. 
Ferris, director of the centre, 
said this week. 

There will be a short devo¬ 
tional period at 11 g.m. followed 
by turkey dinner and presents 

I Christmas Sunday, Dec. 21, at “for all our friends who attend 

II a.m. the family worship Harbor Light.” 

service will be cdhducted by The games .room will be 

Brig. Robert Weddell of Matson active during the afternoon with 
Lodge. At 7 p.m. a colored film, a giant smorgasbord scheduled 
Christmas in Hong Kong, will be for 4 45 p.m. 
shown. A carol fort and candle- A film Wild 0*,^ be 

h#rt servtee wiR, follow lhowt1 at 7 p.m., followed by 

A speoteJ sendee will be heH re(re8hments . 


3:8* pm-—8*nd»y «c*ooi 

White ntB Nervir* 

Gorg* Bua No. 8 leAvea Dougta* at 
Yale* for Church at 16:45 a.m. 
Organist and Director of Muilc: 
Mr. Ian Weatmacott. A.R.C.T. 


Rlchaidmon and Richmond Are. 
Rav. Cura J. Roger*, B.A., R.D. 
Beater 

8 :Q0 tun —Holy Communion. 
10:30 am —Morning Prayer 

Preacher 

\ Rev. A. W R. Ashley, D.D. 
4:00 pm —Special Children's 
Service—White Gift Sunday 
Thuraday— 

10:60 a.m.—Holy Communion 


GORDON UNITED CHURCH 
963 Coldstream Ava., Langford 
Alas serve* Calwood, Metohoein, 
Rev. Geuffrty G. Smith. B.A, B D. 
2777 KInnwnod Rd 476-34! 

Morning Wort hip: 6:30 Am, 23 ID. 
Child care at both aervle**. 

HI C: 6:30 am. 

Church ichuol: 13 A.m. 


SOCIETY OF FRIENDS 
(Quaker*) 

MEETING FOR WORSHIP 
SUNDAY. 11 AM. 
VISITORS WELCOME 
ISC FERN STREET 


THE CHURCH OF 

ST. AIDAN 

OJattad OMrch of Canada) 
R'rbmend •* Cedar HDI Croat Bead 
Uadvemty Area Chare* 
Minuter: Rev. J. Rae Allan 
Director of Musto- Mr*. Vera Barclay 

8:30 and 11 a.m. 
Morning Worship 
7:00 P-m. 

FAMILY CAROL SERVICE 
S.8 at both time*, Nursery provided 


TUESDAY, Flamingo Room, Crystal Garden, 
Oto. II, I p.M. 701 Douglas Street, Victoria 
Speaker: G. VANDEZANDE. Executive Secretary 

“SHOULD WORKERS HAVE A 8AY?” 


VICTORIA GOSPEL CHAPEL 
935 Pandora Avenue 


LUTHERAN CHURCH OF 
THE CROSS 

Cedar HUI and Cedar HIU Crotiroed 
Alfred J. C JobnaCB, paator. 4T7-SR51 
10:00 ».m —Divine Worship Berries 
11:00 am.—Sunday actual. Children and 
adults 

Dm Charcb Whare Famlll** Worship 
Tofedarr 


school 


6:30 am.—Sunday 
rlaili 

11:15 am.—Breaking of Bread. 

7:06 nm —Gowal aecrice. . 

Barry Maclrny with Litera¬ 
ture Cnawde In India. 

Widn »i*> 

8:00 p m —Priyier and BIW# *tudy. 


Belmael and Be*bla 
7:45 a.m.—Mattln* 

8:60 am—Holy Communlaa 
11:00 am.—Litany. Sung Maaa 

Seneca 

7:60 p m.—SOLEMN EVENSONG 
and SERMON 

HOLY COMMUNION DAILY 
7:4K> a.m.—Tue*. 

7 SO am —Mon, rnwa, Sal 
6:30 a.m—Wed., jrrl 


Evangelical Luflaran Chart* ad CAnada 
(E.LCC.-toraemy A.L.O 
Visitor* wMoocn*. 


Oak Bay United Churok 

Mile bell and Granite 


GRACE ENGLISH 
LUTHERAN CHURCH, L.C.A. 

1378 Fort M 388-301 

(Acraaa trocn Centred Junior High! 
Faator: Rev. David R. Metzger 
Organist: Mra Ruts Jooca 
Th* Early larate* ...... 6:00 am 

Sunday Chur* School .10:00 am. 

■nw Servlo* ..11:00 am. 

"I wai glad when they said to me: 

Let ui go Into (he Roue* of the Lord!" 
Vie (nr* to Vk-toria ate welocmtl 


Rev. Alexander Calder 
Rev. D. B. Spurting, D.D. 
Organist: R- W. Kroeger 


Raetur: 


TWO SUNDAY SCHOOLS 
TWO CHURCH SERVICES 
0:30 a.m. 

The Coming of the King 
11:00 %ud.—C.G.I.T. Vespers 
Hi C and Kairos—7 :S0 p.m. 


WBSTViaW GOSPEL CHAPEL 

U9 Brunswick Place 
Bvy at Tllltcum Rd 

Sunday: 

1:30 a m_Th* Lord'* Supper 

11 :3# am.—Sunday acftool and 1 

Oaate* 

7:08 p. m —GoagMtervlc*. SpeeMar, 

Wednesday: . 

8:00 p.m — Prayar and BIM* atudy 


ST. SAVIOUR’S 

Deary end Catherine St.. Victoria Weet 

Hector: 

Bev. P. V- Atkinson 
8:00 a.m.—Holy Communion 
10:00 a.m.—Holy Eucharist 
let and 3rd 
' Mattins, 2nd and 4th 


For a Brighter, More 
Meaningful Christmas! 

BIBLES 

The Best Gift 
Of AH 

H 20 *Q7 ! 


HOPE LUTHERAN CHURCH 
MISSOURI SYNOD 
IBM Carrlek St at<Dean Are. 

The Rev. L. M. Carlaon. Deteor. Ml 910 
Sunday School and 
Blhla Cla** .. 6:48 am. 


OAKLANDS CHAPEL 
Femwood and Cedar Hill 

auretw: 

9:60 a.m.—BrealdnB of Bread. 

11:IS am — Family BJH* Hour and guo 
day School 

SPEAKER: Mr Barry Mac 
7:88 f>.m—Evening Service. 

Ion. imiilonary to India 
SPEAKER: Dr. David Gaunt 

Thuraday 

7:45 p.m -CtacUMlon group* and ptayn 


Ckristnai Cards 

With Scripture 9 4 
Text*. Box ...... I 


ST. LUKE’S 


Dormer of Mom aad fllrfWt Road 
Minister: Rev. H. W. Eerley, 
HA., BD., PKD. 

Orsanlal and Director of Music: 
LAN. Beadle. Mw.D. 

11:00 a.m. 

White Gift Service 


GOOD SHEPHERD LUTHERAN 

CHURCH 

3815 Cedar Hill Road, 886-6041 
Rev. Fred Knebel, paador. 

Engllah *»rvlce, 9:ao a.m.; German **•- 
vice, 10:30 am:: Sunday *choot. 10:80 
am. 


(Uatwar Cedar mu *ad 
Ce*r 80 S Hoad) 

Serving tb* Cedar HUI. Shelboume, 
Richmond and Unlv*r*«y Area 
Rector: 

Th* Venerable -C. K. T. Wolff 

ADVENT III 

8:00 a.m.—Holy Communion 
9:30 a.m*—The Bible Gasses 

11:00 a.m.-CHORAL 

EUCHARIST 

7:30 p.m.—Evensong 


Bargain 
lots .... 


S BiOCk Calendars Inspirational and uplifting for 

Wlth daily tear- f 480 times like 84 88 8C88 

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SUNDAT SCHOOL PRIZES 

| BOOKS—15c to $8.50 GIFTS—10c to |T.50 

1 Christian Book Room 

Phone 384-7834 

NOW AT 631 JOHNSON STREET 


UNIVERSITY CHAPEL 
AT QUADRA 
1095 Tolmie at Jackson 


CHRIST LUTHERAN CHURCH 
OF THE REFORMATION 
*. H. Goetjen, pastor, 479-3614 
Worshipping at 3880 Quadra 
Sunday School and Church 
10 am. 


1:30 p.tn. 

Christina* Veaper 


REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH 
iMkanuii Synodl 

Kl JeiUdna^-Cntwood/Langtord Am 
Sunday school, 3:43; worship service. 

PKACK LUTHERAN 
Sanach* Hail. Sidney Worahlp tervlre. 
Th* Rev. A Frederick OTKK Cseti 
478-4480 


Bed moot Are. at Pembroke Wree* 
Rev. Murray Hendeiaai. RA 

It :M—“White Gift” 
Infanta to 13 year* S.& 

7:00—Chapel Service 
Hl-C and Kalro* 

"A Frlsadly Community Church" 


ST. MICHAEL’S CHURCH 

4783 Weed S*»D(ch Head 

8:00 a.m.—Ht^y Onmmunlon 
1I:0U * m — MatUna 

NO CHURCH SCHOOL 
3:80 p.m—Children'* Service 
Rev. W. E. Greenhajgh. Rector 


MTLNE3 LANDING GOSPEL CHAPEL 
Sunday: 

3:10 am.—Sunday school. 

1:46 p.m.—ramlly >»ur. 

Speaker: Mr. Jim Robertson 

Thursday: 

7:60 p m -BIW* study. 

Mr. A Y FIeld 


CHALLENGERS Quartet will sing at Salvation 
Army Harbor Light. In photo, back row from 
left, Don England, Ross Alton, Bob (Jill; front row 
from left, Oil Fletcher and pianist Jim Biggs. 


SAANICH COMMUNITY CHURCH 
OF THE MENNONTTE BRETHREN 
Pastor John W Baers 
BS Rlrchwood SI. Ptv 471-imj 

Run , lfliKI am.—Morning wore Up 




















Genuine Leather Coats 
In Choice of 3 Styles 

B. Full Length C. % Length or Mini 

Sale Price Sale Price 


OPEN 
EVERY 
NIGHT 
TIL 9* 


B. Hie lesson's most popular coat styles in genuine soft, supple 
leathers. Canadian made, caretuhy designed by export craftsmen. 
Top quality hides are used in the five different styles of Ibis oalleo- 
tion. Odours Include Navy, Alabaster, Eggshell, Grey, LSae, Cwn- 
etot, Laredo, Dark Brown, in choice of full length or % length and 
mini style. Sizes 10 to 18 available. Shop early! 


•Simpsons Sears will be 
open every shopping day, 
9:80 to 9 p.m. until De¬ 
cember 28. 


Mighty Mufflers 
Silky Scarf 
Knit Fashions < 


Women’s, Girls’ 
Fake Fur 
Headwarmers 


C. Down with Winter drab! Three 
cheers for stripes and solids I Crimson, 
Navy and Whit* colours that go every¬ 
where. These silky knits are great for 
office, dining and dancing—kicky pleats, 
fringed scarves, over-the-shoulder flipi 
ties that are really moving on the fash¬ 
ion scene. Only three styles shown from 
our coileotion. Sizes 12 to 18. 


Swingy fake fur headgear to wear 
now. Buy for yourself or for Christ¬ 
mas gift-giving. Shirred and shaggy 
Acrylic pile headwarmers in three 
sizes: women’s, girls’ 7 to 14 and 
children’s 3 to 6x. White, Brown, 
Black and tipped-dyed shades. 

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A. Softer than wool, warm as fur, fashionable Imported 
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growing their plants under fluorescent 
lights. This system has many advan¬ 
tages, chiefly the freedom from heating 
costs; aH you have to supply is light, 
and this is inexpensive with fluorescent 
fixtures. 

The best book I have run across on 
this subject is Gardening Under, Lights 
by Hvin McDonald, published by 
Doubleday. I n it, Mr. McDonald 
describes in detail how anyone, even an 
apartment dweller with just a spare 
closet or bookshelf, can have a beautiful 
and healty indoor garden without ever 
having to rely upon natural sunlight. 

★ ★ ★ 

He answers In detail the questions 
that come to mind in this sort of 
operation: How close to the light* 
should an African violet be grown? How 
many hours of light per day for 
gloxinias? How do you get short¬ 
stemmed chrysanthemums rather than 
tail, lanky ones? 

In the back of the book Mr. 
McDonald lists the names of firms 
supplying the lights and accessories, 
plants, cuttings, fertilizers and the like. 
Unfortunately, only U.S. firms art 
listed. 


Every year in the pre-Christmas 
season I find myself devoting consider¬ 
able time and column space to books on 
gardening, and I think perhapa this is a 
good thing. It isn’t the easiest job in the 
world to find a Christmas gift for a 
green-thumbed relative or friend, but 
you are on pretty safe ground if you 
pick a book, particularly one slanted to 
his specialized interest. 

One of these specialized interests is 
indoor gardening. With the trend today 
away from single-family dwellings end 
into apartment Mving, many of our 
would-be gardeners are satisfying their 
craving to grow something by turning to 
houseplants. 


houseplant book* in my smaH garden 
library is The World Book erf House 
Plants by Elvin McDonald, published In 
Canada by Nelson, Foster and Scott 
Ltd. I don’t remember the price I paid 
for my copy but I think it would 
probably be around 58. 


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This Is a big book of 318 pages, 
profusely illustrated although not in 
color. The first section is on indoor 
gardening generally, with Instructions 
on how to start and grow houseplants. 
The middle section is an encyclopedia 
of houseplants giving the name, history 
and culture of over 700 plants, each one 
illustrated with an excellent line 
drawing of the plant. 

At the back of the book is a 
miscellany containing a glossary, a list 
of books and magazines on houseplants. 
a list of dealers and Ruppliers, and an 
excellent index. 

The “in” word In gardening nowa¬ 
days is phytoilhimlnation, which means 
growing plants under artificial light. 
Many folk* who can’t afford or haven't 
the room for a greenhouse are 
constructing a garden room, or even a 
garden bench, In the basement and 


There Is a wide range of books on 
houseplants. For tbe real buff who has 
graduated to a specialty, there are 
books devoted to the African violet, on 
gloxinias, on ferns, on bromeliads, 
miniature roses, foliage plants and 
cacti. And there are more generalized 
books suitable for beginners and for 
folks with a wider range erf houseplant 
interests, 

By far the best of the general 


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enemy's rivers and streams. 
Instant Garbage would create 
instant pollution. Scattered on 
the enemy’s land area prior to 
a rainfall, the crystals might 
well undermine his will to 
resist 


year study by the Passaic that only by Increasing gar- 
Centre for Peace and War bage production can the un- 
Research forsees "unlimited derprivileged nations ever 
possibilities in an everexpand- hope to reach the economic 
ing world market.” takeoff point. 

* ★ ★ “What has prevented us In 

As the centre's report points the past from sending this 
out, “Americans today enjoy bountiful frutt from our horn 
the highest per capita rate of of plenty to our needy friends 
garbage production (3285 overseas has been the high 
pounds annually) of any shipping coats. Instant Gar- 
nation on earth. Measured bage," concludes the report, 
either by weight or by voL "provides the answer." 
ume, the yearly U.S. produc¬ 
tion of garbage far exceeds 
that of automobiles, field 
crops and non-ferrous metals 
combined. 

"Garbage,’' the report 
states flatly, “ia by far and 
away the number one product 
of our free enterprise system. 

It must be shared With the 
leas fortunate abroad. 

"In country after country, 
we find a direct and unvary¬ 
ing correlation between the 
standard of living and the 
amount of garbage available 
— the less garbage, the lower 
the standard of living. From 
these statistics, it is obvious 


With the American land 
mass in danger of vanishing 
beneath an ever-growing- 
mound of garbage, scientists 
have been working around the 
dock to meet he threat head- 


At long last, It can now be 
reported, a brilliant teehnolo- 
g i c a 1 breaththrough offers 
new hope of stemming the 
Ude of swill. 

The development is the 
work of a research team at 
the West Newton Institute of 
Technology, headed by Dr. 
Russell Zimmerman. It em¬ 
ploys a freeze-dry technique 
similar to that now used to 
condense coffee and tea. 


“There is every possibility,” 
says one general hopefully, 
“that we may be able to stem 
the tide of world communism 
with 100-per-cent American 
garbage.” 

Experts have warned, 
however, that at present the 
U.S. lacks the garbage capa¬ 
city for both military and 
peaceful uses. They estimate 
production would have to 
double before American could 
hope to cover the entire 
planet in even a minimum 
blanket of garbage. 

But moat observers feel that 
given American know-how and 
the ingrained American de¬ 
termination to scatter garb¬ 
age, this is a feasible god to 
include i n the American 
dream of making the world 
more like America. 


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One-HLounce Jar of Instant 
Garbage, when mixed with 
water, the report notes, would 
supply the average Aisian or 
African peasant with enough 
topKjuality American garbage 
to last him a year. 

“*urely this is a more 
practical and humanitarian 
goal for our foreign aid 
program,” says the report, 
"than sending him bullets and 
bombs.” 

While the report does not go 
into the military uses of 
Instant Garbage, it is known 
the Pentagon has the matter 
under study. Dropped in the 


In laboratory experiments, 
Dr. Zimmerman was able to 
reduce 1.3 metric tons of 
garbage to a 16-ounce jar of 
shimmering crystals. He calls 
the resultant product, logi¬ 
cally enough, “Instant Gar¬ 
bage." 

At first glance, the demand 
for Instant Garbage would 
appear minimal. But a two- 


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a fantastic apartment for the test. He had the best make-up 
man and the hair by Alexandre, clothes by St. Laurent (this, 
of course, was after the Burton publicity). 

“Visconti wasn’t interested in a film for me, he just 
wanted to make a test I was very down at that time, I was 
looking for a job. I had a few years of doing nothing and I 
was very bored. Euro Fikna had paid for the test and they 
put roe under contract.” 

The head of Euro Films, Contesaa Marina Clcogna (she 
recently produced Media, with Maria Calias) believed in 
Florinda, who became her protogee. Hie countess is one of 
the richest women in Italy. 


“When that ‘thing’ came out, I sent Elisabeth Taylor and 
Richard Burton a cable,” said Florinda Bo Ik an. Hie ‘tiling’ 
was the story with photograph that Burton was having a 
romance with her and that she was stealing him from the 
invincible Miss Taylor, who has a reputation for doing that 
sort of thing heraeif. 

I caught up with Florinda, an olive-sldnned black-haired 
beauty from Brazil, on the set of A Last Valley—ahe ia the 
leading lady opposite Michael Caine and Omar Sharif. She 
admitted freely that that "thing" waa responsible far getting 
her Into the movie*. She hadn’t done a tiling before the story 
hit headline* *11 over the world. (Who said gossip was dead?) 


Twenty six and unmarried. “There are no men I can 
marry,” said Florinda. “All the best have gone. The Aga 
Kaba bag gone. Onnasis has gone. 

“When I’m not working," ahe said, stretehisg like a long 
cat, "I don’t think of work. When a picture is finished, I Mve. 
I go to nightclubs, I go to the sun. I love the aun. That’s why 
I went to Italy to work.” 


“Of course, it wasn't true, unfortunately. I felt very sad 
for it not to be true,” giggled Miss Botkan. “Using the name 
of Richard Burton waa not my nature. I love them. I even 
think that Elizabeth end I are friends. They said,” ahe 
pouted, "That I got into Candy because of Richard (she 
played one of Rlngo Starr’s three sisters). But it was such a 
•no’ part, that I don’t think Richard would have pushed me 
into this if I were his mistress.” 

In A Last Valley, Florinda plays what she calls “a 
mysterious type. I’m a normal woman and at the same time 
I’m a witch. It's a love story.” 


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YOU’VE BOTH 
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Back to Burton. "I'M tell you how it happened. I was 
sitting at a table with Jane Foada and Roger Vadim, 
Elisabeth and Richard. Richard stood up and said “Let’s 
dance.” I thought I waa crazy because I was nubudy. While 
we danced, he told me stories to make me laugh. And they 
were taking hundreds of photographs. When the stories and 
picture appeared, I sent them the cable. They replied that 
they understood. They are an unusually happy couple. They 
like toe same things. Even If you have a flirt with him, you 
know it’s nothing.” 


The actress was discovered two years ago, she told me, 
“by accident I was in Rome—it’s quite awful to tell the same 
story to the reporters. 2 met Visconti in Rome through 
friends. He asked me to take a screen test. He never ever 
does this. It took three days. It was very unusual. He rented 




In all the furor in the U.S. 
about “crimes of violence" 
today, we ought to remind 
ourselves that while crimes 
against the person have risen 
in recent years, the ultimate 
violence is murder — and the 
U.S. murder rate is lower in 
1968 than It was to 1933. 


, A divorce should not be tion that "Pretensions are a Macedonian of the ruling 

considered a “breach of con- source of pain, and the happy Ptolemaic family that con¬ 
tract," but a socio-psycho- time of life begins as soon as quered Egypt under 

medical problem, dealt with we give them up.” Alexander the Great and 

by the appropriate specialists ★ ★ ★ intermarried to maintain the 

in community and family life. If six per cent of the royal bouse over the native 
not by lawyers and judges. world’s population commands Egyptians. 

60 per cent of the world’s ★ ★ ★ 

resources — which is the Wbat we call “destructive- 
present position of the U.S. — ness” comes from a sup- 

it doesn’t take a Karl Marx to pressed love at Hfe; we 

predict that the other 94 per can see this clearly with 

cent will try to redress the children who are given no 

balance by war or revolution creative outlet for their 

if no peaceful alternatives are energies — and destructive- 

presented. ness in a slum environment is 

* * ★ always in inverse ratio to the 

Adolesoence isn’t over and About the only ancient number of outlets provided tor 
maturity hasn't begun until Egyptian we could name is their aggressive tendencies to 
we are ready to accept, and Cleopatra —- and she wasn’t be drained off pleasurably and 
live by, Oiamfort’s recogni- 'an Egyptian,' but a harmlessly. 


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Moat shipwrecks occur near 
the shore, and moat airplane 
crashes near take-off or land¬ 
ing; likewise, any venture¬ 
some enterprise la in greatest 
danger of failing not only at 
the start, but nearing its goal. 


Japan, which "loat” the 
war, is spending four times as 
much on education as on 
military services; while the 
U.S., which “won” it, has an 
educational budget (even in¬ 
cluding private schools) less 
than two-thirds the size erf the 
military budget. 
















Dailt] (Solnnial. Victoria, 8 C., Saturday, Dec. 13, 1969 


H»rmac—Sermlznd 
Port Alice—Jalagjrlj*. 

Alberm-Hons Kong Honour, J 
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Courtroom Parade 


Chances Muffed, Man Given Six Months I 

HMCS 

"You've had two chances; I RogowsW was remanded for. after pleading guilty to a charge I testa have resulted in several I had laid a charge based directly i test readings were given ns hmcs 
iis time you're sentenced to six sentence until Jan. 2. of driving with a blood alcohol convictions since the Dec. lion the new breath analysis re-1 evidence In court but the R,,lnh " w ’ 


Marine Calendar 

NAW i Sir Jjiitim nouglat—at Wllby Shoal 

HMCS Mackenzie at ara returnln* , and C,mpb ' 11 Rlv * r 


today. Racer, Qiladra —In port 

HMCS Oriole—at. aea returning Ready - BamHeld petrol area. 

Monday Vancouver—on elation Papa. 

HMCS Saskatchewan. St Croix 
Qu'appell*—at aea returnln* Wednesday "lauH'T 

hmc! £ 1wlch “~' n Vancouver relit. ^SSalt^SLwi OI«n 

HMCS Mlrmmlchl—In Esquimau rent Crofton—Santa Fa tint. Lavender, 

CNAV Laymnre, Endeavor—In port VUIanger 
HMCS Yukon. Columbia. Chaudlere. 

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months in jail," Judge William Danny W. Crockett. 26. of 230 content of .06 per cent. Criminal Code amendments. It quireraents. ' defendants had been charged g '“ bec ' G * ,i ™" u - P">vw*r-m port 

Ostler told a 27 year-old Van- Gorge Road, was fined $200 Although compulsory breath was the firest time area police In previous cases the breath with impaired driving. ^ „ coast chard 

couyer man Friday in Victoria g**H*a *«**».. <*ws **.1 ~3**W mr,mSt I**WVKSmSnHBfiMMBisSB 


Honour, Jag- 


Provincial Court. Jj 

John D. Vanier pleaded guilty 1 
Tuesday to a charge of theft ^ 
over $50. Court was told he had w 
registered Sunday at the Maple 2 
Leaf Motel, 120 Gorge Road P 
East, and had left sometime I 
that night taking with him a g 
colored television set valued at 5 
more than 5500. .. 

Presecutor Cory Stolte told V 
court Vanier had a criminal X 
record, but had been placed on « 
probation in (wo previous in- 5 
stances. * 

"You obviously must have fi 
thought it would go on this X 
way.” Judge Ostler said. 

Vanier had had his chances, 5 
hut he hadn't learned his lesson, X 
the judge added. X 

□ • « 

Stephen Curila, 22, of 547 g 
Niagara, who was to have been w 
sentenced Friday was remanded * 
for psychiatric examination K 
until Dec. 19. X 

Curila pleaded guilty last s 
week to a charge of using a 2 
firearm in a manner dangerous X 
to the public. 

The charge was laid after a X 
shot was fired in the general m 
direction of a "completely inno- * 
cent bystander,” court was told X 
at the time. X 

□ g 

Two Saanich youths, jointly g 
charged with consuming liquor 2 
in a public place, were asked by * 
Judge Ostler if they had "put X 
aside 550” before they started X 
drinking. 

Christopher Morgan, 21, of 979 5 
Abbey Road, said he had the X 
money. X 

“You see, he is wise enough £ 
to put aside the money,” Judge m 
O itler told the other youth, X 
Garry L. Rogowski. 18. of 509 W 
Springfield who had told court 
he wouldn't have any money « 
until the end of December. 

Judge Ostler said the fine was 0 
payable forthwiih and in default '(i 
there was a jail sentence of 30 
days. 

Morgan was fined 150 while « 

x 

Victoria Home „ 

Coburn 

X 

Verdict I 

X 

Pending 


County Court Judge Montague 5 
Drake reserved judgment * 
Thursday on whether Victoria X 
parks employee William Coburn /j 
should receive an additional }«* 
55,000 as part compensation for 2 
his house which was expropri- « 
a ted last February. X 

Lawyers, appraisers and a S 
contractor appeared before 5 
Judge Drake to testify. 

Judge Drake was asked to X 
assess the amount of money the t| 
city of Victoria should pay to 5 
Mr. Cobum whose house was X 
torn down to make way for the X 
Rose-Blanshard urban renewal jg 
low rental development. 

Estimates of the property X 
placed before Judge Drake X 
ranged from 59,500 to 520,450. 4 
Victoria appraiser Edward Pope 2 
said the house had a market « 
value of $9,500 while William 0 
Campbell, a local contractor, g 
gave an estimate of $20,450. * 

The city made Mr. Coburn a X 
final offer of 512,500 for the | 
house on 2640 Blanshard, but he S 
asked for nn additional 55,000. U 
totalling $17,500. S 

Mr. Cobum defied an eviction X 
order in February by locking X 
himself and his family into their I w 
house, and when city officials I* 
tried to smash their way into X 
the premises, they wereigreeted X 
by rifles brandished from an mj 
upstairs window and the front ® 
door. '' 

Several days later, the X 
Cobums left the house quietly. 5 

New Park * 

|jb 

To Border 
Reservoir 

i 

An 888 -acre provincial park | 
tvill be established on the edge m 
of an expanded reservoir used a 
in the generation of electricity X 
for Seattle City Light Co., Rec- X 
veation Minister Ken Kieman i 
announced Thursday. 

Mr. Kieman said preliminary X 
studies have been completed for X 
Ihe park that will be imme- X 
diately north of the reservoir g 
to be created by raising the 2 
level of Ross Lake, near the X 
southwest corner of Manning f 
Park, midway between Hope jg 
and Princeton. 

Seattle City Light has the ft 
authority to increase the power X 
output under an order of the X 
International Joint Commission 5 
of 1941. An additional 6,300 acres 2 
will be flooded by the higher ft 
lake level. 

Mr. Kieman said the park X 
could have been considerably g 
larger had it not been for the 2 
IT C order. 2 

The park will be a Class A | 


Christmas Time is Toy Time for 
Boys arid Girls Everywhere. 

Educational toys and toys that are just for fun ... to delight some 
lucky boy or girl on Christmas day. Come to Eaton’s Toyland where 
you’ll find a whole wide world of excitement! 


Dainty “Tippy Toes” Doll 

X 

She’s just learning to walk and she’s 17 inches tall ... a real pet In her ■ 
knitted sweater and play pants. She'll delight you as she shuffles along on 
£ her play horse or rides her trike. (Less batteries). 8 ale, each 1 


Well-Equipped 
Microscope Set 

Everything for the budding scientist ... In¬ 
cludes zoom 50x750 power lens, instruments, 
test tubes, slides. l ^ qq 

Sale, set * 


Matchbox Collection 
Case and Cars 

Here's a smart carrying case complete with 
four trays twelve regular matchbox cars and 
four trays 21 regular matchbox cars and 
3 super-fast car models plus 1 roadway layout 
... for the car collector. Q QQ 

Complete set. Sale, each ✓,✓0 


Magnetic 
Chalk Board 

Here'* a chalk board with a surprise turn! 
On one side it's the usual chalk board, but 
turn it around and you have a metal board 
with magnetic letters and numbers for a sur¬ 
prise. Complete with letters A QQ 

and numbers. Sale, each 

Tliingmaker Machines—Includes heating unit, 
cooling tray, mould handle. £ qq 

By Mattel. Sale, each J.y / 

Kerplunk — Remove sticks from tower without 
letting marbles fall. t a~J 

Sale, »et i.’t / 

Live Action pool Table — 52"x28”, with two 
36" cues, numbered balls. *}Q qq 

Safe, complete 

3-Piece Kindergarten 8 et — By Cooey with 
painted metal table, 2 folding | *7 qq 
chairs. Sale, set I / .// 

Hands lip Harry—Stand-up cowboy figure 
with tvVo plastic pistols. q qq 

Sale, set J-SS 

Poppln' Hopples — A party game for every¬ 
one! A jumpin' puzzle game A QQ 

advertised on TV. Sale, each i./O 

Double Duck Cowboy and Indian Target Game 
—Test your skill and 3 qq 

aim! Sale, set J./O 


Mighty Tiny 
Record Player 

Fun for the year round! Here's a battery oper¬ 
ated portable that’s simple to use. There's no 
visible tone arm to handle or break. Comes 
complete with 3 records. Uses 1-C battery, 
nul Included. Hale, each 3.79. "C" batteries 

Sale 4 fur 72*. 


“Swlngy” Dancing Doll — Battery operated 
stands 20" tail, with Swan hair, pretty dress. 
Batteries not Included. 1 3 Q*7 

Sale, each IJ.SI 

Baby Small Walk — 1114" battery operated, 
dressed in play and party r QQ 

dress. 8 ale, each 

Stroller •— Has fringed canopy, upholstered. 
Converts to sleeper. Handle height 1 A QQ 

29". Sale, each lU.^O 

Twister Game — For 2 to 4 players of all 
ages ; . . place hands, feet on circles. A qq 
S ale, set 

Hill-Climbing Choo Chou — Chuckling locomo¬ 
tive with bridge and track. 5 98 

Shoo Fly Rocker — Made from sturdy hard- 
board. Decorated. C QQ 

Sale, each j.sO 


Action! Spinning 
Space Rocket 

Automatic mystery action causes rocket noise, 
also features an interesting revolving nose 
cone and emerging astronaut. 3 qq 

Batteries not included. Sale, each 3.// 


8mm Movie 
Projector 

Battery powered in plastic and metal case. 
Regular speed, instant stop and slow motion. 
Shows up to 50 ft. of film. Batteries ~i QQ 
not included. Sale, each / .✓O 

Movie Reels—48" Blze, 4 complete T QQ 
stories. Sale, each t-.Qs 


Sale, each 


Supreme Pool Table — 8’x4’ with 5" honeycomb 
bed, with snooker balls, triangle, chalk, cue 
rest, 4 cues, assembly manual. DQO AA 

Sale, each JOO.UU 

Road Racing Set — By Strombecker. 4 level 
Monza layout, 2 racing cars, many DQ QQ 
other accessories. Sale, each JS.sO 

Etch-a- 8 ketch—Creative toy, right and left 

knobs for vertical and horizontal 3 QQ 

lines. Saie, each 3*^0 

Eagle Pool Table 3’ long, 19*4" wide, auto¬ 
matic bail return. Two 36” cues, Q QQ 
balls and rack. Sale, complete 7.70 

Game Board—Reversible, 7 QQ 

play 139 games! Sale, each / . VO 

Hockey Game — N.H.L. Slapshot game, 32” 
by 1644", coloured pennants for Q QQ 
teams, Sale, complete ✓.VO 


18” Tubsy 
With Tub 


In her tub she splashes, on her back she plays 
with her nursery bear and on her tummy and 
side she sleeps. With kimono and diaper, 
battery not included 1 n qq 

in set. Sale, each I Z. 77 


Kaboom! 


Ideal’s balloon bursting game . . . this is a wild 
kind of game that all kids enjoy. Set comes 
complete with pump and 3 qq 

balloons. Sale, each J.7'3' 


Road Race Set—Strombecker’s plug-in terminal 
track and cable set with 2 racing cars. Layout 
about 71x40 Inches. - 7 Q qq 

Sale, complete t/.eO 

Train Set—Freight train with diesel loco, 4 
cars, caboose, HO seal and l Q QQ 

CSA approver transformer Sale, set I 7.77 

Robbie Robot—Jet pack battery operated robot 
and vehicle. a qq 

Batteries not included. Sale, each 

War flood Spring Home—28” long, polyeth- 
lene horse on 46”x24” steel frame.' 1 q qq 

Sale, each I 7.// 

Doll Carriage — Has it’s own 18” cry-baby 
doll. Sturdy pram has white body. 1 Q qq 
folding head and apron. Sale, aet ■ 7.77 

Susy Homemaker Washer — Pushbutton agita¬ 
tor action. Real jet action washing . . . spin- 
dry removes excess water 1 C QQ 

Sale, each » J-77 


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LOCAL NEWS 


(ESTABLISHED 1858) 


PAGE TWENTY-ONE 


SECOND NEWS SECTION 


VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1969 



Struck by Truck 


Hydro Lines 
Over Heads 
* Pollution" 


unes 


A Saanich woman, struck by a truck while on her 
way home from a -shopping trip at 3 p.m. Friday, died 25 
minutes later in St Joseph’s Hospital. 

Police Identified her as Mrs. 

Agnes Knowlton, 59, of 74 
Crease. 

Her death came two days be¬ 
fore the start of Pedestrian 
Safety Week, scheduled by the 
Capital Region Safety Council 
for Sunday to Dec. 20. 

SINGLE FILE 

Police said Mrs. Knowlton 
was walking in single file be¬ 
tween her sister, and brother- 
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. T. S. 

Smith, when she was struck by 
the truck while crossing Doug¬ 
las Street at the Town and 
Country shopping centre. 

Police reported the light truck 
was driven by Frans Kars 
Winkel, 32, of 6505 Lochside 
Drive. Saanich. 

A grocery cart being pulled 
across the street by Mrs. Smith 
was also struck, police said. 

ARMED FORCES 

Mi^s. Knowlton is survived by 
a son, Neil, with the Armed 
Forces in Calgary, and her 
sister. 

She was born in Merritt. 

A widow, she worked in the _____ __ ___ t __ o 

Queen Qiariotte Islands for 15 from outside continental North 
years as a nurse’s assistant. America and instead of $75 
Mrs. Knowlton came to Victoria when returning from continental 
three years ago to live with her, North America, 
sister and brother-in-law. 


Greater Victoria Intermunicipal Committee fired the first shot Friday In 
what could become an area-wide war against B.C. Hydro’s overhead power 
transmission lines. 

At the instigation of Saanich 
Mayor Hugh Curtis and his 
council, the committee de¬ 
cided to ask Victoria, Esqui¬ 
mau and Oak Bay to join with 
them in a strong protest 
against overhead wires and 
ask the utility to abandon its 
archaic outlook and go under¬ 
ground. 

A letter to the committee 
from Mayor Curtis pointed 
out that Hydro was thinking 
in terms of overhead trans¬ 
mission for a number of 
major lines to be built up to 
1980. 

One of the first would be a 
connecting line between 
Goward and Horsey suteta- 
tioqs along Interurban Road. 


Travel 

Bite 

Eases 


said and then the cost of 
moving the lines would be 
fantastic. 

Commenting that the 70-foot 
poles would be three times as 
high as a lamp standard, 
Victoria Mayor Hugh Stephen 
said that when confronted 
with an overhead-underground 
choice, “the Hydro mind" just 
went higher. 

City Manager Dennis Young 
observed the Ontario Hydro 
Commission had taken a 
whole new approach to the 
matter of power transmission. 


overhead lines would be con¬ 
structed between the George 
Tripp substation on Lochside 
Drive to Gordon Head, Kings 
and Horsey substations. 

In support of his letter, 
Mayor Curtis said that the 
day was long past when 
municipalities should be 
forced to put up with over¬ 
head Unes in urban and 
developing areas. 

Burnside Road could in the 
next 20 years become a high- 
density apartment area, he 


The commission had 
evolved a new method of 
putting lines underground 
which cut down an the high 
cost. 

B.C. Hydro knew of the 
Ontario development but con¬ 
tended that it was not proven. 

"It seems to me," said 
Mayor Curtis, "that this is an 
issue which has to be carried 
into the public arena." 

Mayor Stephen thought un¬ 
sightly, unaesthetic power 
lines were as much a form of 
pollution as any of the others 
which occupied public atten¬ 
tion. 


Chamber Plans 
Annual Banquet 

Saanich Chamber of Com- 
merce Will bold its annual 
Christmas banquet at the Red 
Lion Inn at 7 p.m. Thursday. 
Jock Dunbar will provide enter¬ 
tainment accompanied by Jerry 
Bryant at the piano. A fashion 


The proposal was for 70-foot 
steel poles 300 feet apart. 
From Interurban the line 
would run along Burnside 
Road and into the city. 

In 1968, the letter said, 
suggestions were made that 
Hydro proposed within the 
next 10 years to develop a 
substation on Kings Road in 
the Saanich Panhandle and 
another station on Gordon 
Head Road, adjacent to the 
u n i versity. Biterconnecting 


Partly Because of a Mop 

Jumbo get-well Christmas card receiv- mentary school. Pupils made card 
ed in Veterans’ Hospital by Rod Mac- and signed 420 names to it. Pupil 

Intyre, 3801 Ascot, Saanich, is also Hobby Walker, 11, explained why 

command to hurry back to work. Mr. they want him hack on job: “He’s 

MacIntyre, who recently underwent kind. He lets us use the mop.”—(Jim 

surgery, is janitor at Fairbum ele- Ryan) 


SIZE, WEIGHT 

INQUEST SURE There are no longer re- 

Ooroner Edmcpd Jarre de St. strictions on size and weight, Mr, 
Jorre tea nailed an inquest but Smith said- These restrictions 
has not'set a date. Funeral ar- were discontinued Oct. 1. 
rangemants are th be announced At the present time a person 
later. who has been absent from 

In announcing Pedestrian Safe- Canada for at least 48 hours will 
ty week, the Capital Region have a duty-free exemption up 
Safety Council said Friday it to $25, no oftener than four 
wants to emphasize the import- months from the date of the 
ant part pedestrians can play tast exemption, 
in the prevention of traffic acei- FROM CANADA 
dents. A person who had been absent 

Chairman of the Cornell's from Canada for at least 14 
education committee. John days ontsidS* continental North 
Ratel, said: America was allowed a duty- 

LIKE MOTORIST free exemption of $25 plus an 

"Pedestrians have rights on 575 !° T 

the road like the motorist, but 

they also have respor^b Utu^ of the $75 exemption 

"Carefulattenhon riwuld be wju J ^ A ^ 

P flld ^ Privileges were permitted for 

cross busy streets^ At night from ** date of the 

wear something light, be safe, exemphon 

** s . e ^"' „ . ,. , Starting Jan. 1, a duty free 

“Above all, don t expect a e tion o{ to 525 will t* 
fast-moving automobile to stop allowpd ^ an absence * 
on a moment s notice and within hourSi ^ than once 

a short distance. Remember, each calendar .quarter. This 
frKof urhilia invwnUfimr mnv , , _ r 


Cement Strike 
Called 
For Monday 


Area Cleanup Continues 


ground only last September, had should be raining steadily when 
watched helplessly as the ab- Islanders rise for breakfast 
normally high tide accompany- today, continuing all morning 
ing the storm Thursday morn- until the wind hits. Weather will 
ing easily washed away or remain unstable when the worst 
smashed more than half a dozen of it passes, 
cabins. Easterly winds of 15 miles an 

Friends and other volunteers * »J n P‘ ac £ 

r h “ k .r ing 10 cle “ up ssfi 

tne wreexage. remains in effect, winds could 

The weatherman said It reach 45 before noon. 


A new storm moving up the i flooding low areas and leaving 
U-S. Pacific coast will hurl 45- long stretches of seawall and 
mile-an-hour gusts across Juan some housing in ruins. 

That one has gone up north to 


BAMBERTON — Employees at the Bamberton plant of 
Ocean Cement Ltd. will join workers at a Burnaby cement 
plant in a strike on Monday. 

The Burnaby plant is owned by Lafarge Canada Ltd. Alex 
Derry, vice-president and general manager of the company’s 
western region, said strike notice had been served on the 
company and Ocean Cement by the United Cement, Lime, 
and Gypeum Workers International Union. 

About 223 employees are involved in both areas. 

. Mr. Derry said it was believed to be the first strike in the 
B.C cement industry since its inception in 1912. 


de Fuca Strait today, hitting 
lower Vancouver Island early in batter the coast of Alaska, a 
the afternoon, the weather weather office spokesman said, 
office said Friday night. Meanwhile, those hit hardest 

A full gale by normal stand- In the Greater Victoria area are 
ards, the fresh storm is not still cleaning up the wreckage, 
expected to reach the force that The Ham family in Metchosin, 
battered the Island Wednesday who had invested their life's 
night and Thursday morning, savings in a resort-camping 


In addition, a duty-free ex 
emption of up to $100 will he 
,allowed after an absence of at 
least 12 days from Canada, no | 
oftener than once in any i 
calendar year. 

ON JAN 1 

This additional exemption 
applies to goods acquired in or 
out of c o n t i n e nit a 1 North 
America, but tariff items may 
not be grouped to enjoy an 
exemption of $125 in one day. 

A six-year-old Saanich boy was m Smith pointed out that the 
In satisfactory condition In St. tariff changes which become 
Joseph’s Hospital being treated effective on Jan. 1 refer to 
for a broken leg and cuts to his calendar quarters and calendar 
head following an accident Fri- y ears . 

day morning. "This means that all tourist 

Ronald Hopkins of 4148 WH- exemptions made in the 
kinson Road was on his way calendar year 1969 will be 
to school about 8:30 a.m. when forgiven on Jan. .1, 1970," he 
he was hit by a car at the inter- laid. “If a person files a tourist 
section of Dunsterville and Wil- exemption on Dec. 17 he has 
kinson Road, Saanich police only to wait until Jan. 1 to 
said. become eligible for the new 


) Saanich Boy 
Injured 
In Accident 


The current contract between the union and the compan¬ 
ies provides for advance notice of strike action In order that 
kilns and other equipment may be shut down in orderly 
fashion. 

Mr. Derry said that in addition to the union members, 
another 1,000 employees of the two companies would be 
directly affected. 

Officials In the construction industry and a labor 
spokesman said a prolonged strike would adversely affect the 
province’s booming construction industry. 

"It may cause a holdup in some jobs but it shouldn’t be 
to widespread,” one industry source reported. 

The company had offered the workers an increase of 72 
cents an hour, or 20 per cent, spread over two years. The 
union sought a 24-per-cent increase or 87 cents. 

In a statement Friday, Bruno Schachel. president of 
Local 277, at Bamberton, said about 150 workers would go on 
strike there at 6:30 a.m. Monday. 

★ ★ * 

Mr.. Schachel said the union had been negotiating for a 
new contract for some time prior to the expiry date of the 
okl contract on Oct. 3L A company offer was rejected by the 
membership before that date. 

Members had voted 70 per cent in favor of a strike. 

Mr. Schachel said the offer mi wages and fringe benefits 
made by the company was not satisfactory. Clauses for 
provision regarding working conditions were not resolved, to 
the point where “our members were not convinced that tha 
company intended to live up to its declared Intent.” 

Union demands besides wages and working conditions 
also concerned vacations and one additional statutory holiday, 
he said. 


Probers Praise Cool-Aid, 
Advocate Financial Help 


that there was any generation icipal police felt that Cool-Aid 
gap. encouraged some young people 

The bulk of criticism of Cod- to run away from home. 

Aid came before July 17, 1969, «ew was attacked by 

the time a major upheaval in Victoria Mayor Hugh Stephen; 
policy took place, the report wbo that It was not the 

continued. The issue seemed to presence of Coal-Aid which 
be whether Cool-Aid would alienated young people from 
function within the law. their hornes conditions in 

the homes. 

Dr. Flanagan did not think the He W as, said the mayor, 
organization was the whole greatly encouraged by the 
answer to youth problems. niport ^ especially by the 


A prominent Victoria doctor tutions, which some of us 
said in a report considered smugly say are all we need, are 
Friday by the Greater Victoria incapable of coping with some 
Intermunicipal Committee that of these problems,” the doctor 
a probe into the activities of said. 

Cool-Aid was "one of the most . <Thete are handl . 

interesting and enjoyable pieces ^ by their high degree of 
of work in which I have ever 

been involved." f *7** £ 

Cool-Aid and the work it Is .H? 

doing in providing a haven for “^tuwd and ite willingness 
young people who have nowhere ^ try to cope with any, and I 
else to go has had its detractors do «»y. problems Pre¬ 

in the municipal arena and has sented ' he contu1ued - 
been subject to harsh criticism Dr. Flanagan said that he was 
but Friday it got the unanimous pleasantly surprised to find that 
support of intermunicipal repre- he could talk freely with young 
sentatives. people who had different ideas 

STRONG HOPE than his and who dressed and 


Winnie Williamson holding some 
cake (She and her husband 
Andrew operate a bakery shop 
In Victoria and live at 1014 Park 
Boulevard. Winnie’s hobby is 
knitting) . . . Gafl Peterson 
stopping one budgie from biting 
the tail feathers of another bud¬ 
gie - . - Mike Cordon trying to 
figure out an the gauges on his 
new record player . . - Linda 
Meadows reading a book about 
haunted houses in England . . . 
Pete Tala vs walking along Wharf 
Street in the rain . . . carol 
Yager helping a customer . . . 
Dewis Rozell taking a lunch 
break . . . Allan Jenkins meet¬ 
ing a former navy colleague... 
Archie McKeever chuckling over 
a birdwatcher story . . . George 
H rsi busy with two restaurants 
. , . Don Frood preparing piles 
of statistics . . . John Bruce dis¬ 
cussing timber harvest figures 
. / . Clyde BaUantyne checking 
temperature in a greenhouse. 


funds received for Cool-Aid, 
including toe $3,000 intermunici- 
I a matching 
the provincial 


On New Year’s Day the films to show In their own I old favorite feature films for Wharf has about 1,000 films. $12 a day will be charged for 
National Film Board will begin studios. One woman has $25. Some employees of the NFB films one hour long or more, 

to charge fees for the loan of its borrowed from the Victoria Even it the NFB Imd a larger have privately expressed oppo- Films less than 10 minute* 
films, leaving some regular branch of the NFB regularly as supp iy lsm x Mm Horne "I >itlon to 0,9 charging of fees, long will coat l$3 a day; less 
greater Victoria movie borrow- a substitute for commercial wouldn't agree to nay.” Qiarz- hut press releases from the than 20 and over ID minutes, $4; 
era fax the lurch and others films which she considers un- ing fees bv the NFB Is a "tax **ead office in Montreal say the less than 30 and more than 20 
indifferent. suitable for children. an * iax »Mid fee* ar9 not 111 comparison minutes, $5; leas than an hour 

c a * * r- i ,, , . with other film libraries. and more than 30 minutes, $8; 

School dropouts at Colqultz * * * Mrs. Horne also thinks . . . one hour or more «2 

Jail, for example, use NFB others don't care. The 9tvcr today's trend fa film making by K Use’of a film’for two days 

films as their only source of Threads organization longtime the NFB » not what pensioners The move Is in line with the win cost 1«4 times the one-day 
education, says Sister Eileen ^er of the NFB library, has want anyway. "They’re con- government's austerity pro- ra te. Use for three days will 
King, an Instructor. "I don’t -pretty well exhausted the temporary and off-beat, but gram, say the releases, and in c08 t twice the daily rate. One 
think (the jail's) budget would supply," says organiser Mrs. that's not what we want.” accord with the policy of week’s use will cost 2% times 

allow ^ for the continuation of Catherine Horne. The Silver Threads movie- charging those who use govern- the daily rate. 

fUms ” The four silver Threads switched to once-a-month ment services a larger share of The announcement* also say 

There will probably be budget branches In Greater Victoria viewing from once a week when the cost. that rental of "feature films" 

problems lor private him used to look at films once a the suppiy was exhausted Rates will vary with the will vary with each title, 
j borrowers, who in the past week. Now they borrow from 10 September. length of films and the length of Delivery by parcel post It 

1 could take home an armful of 20th Century Fox, which rents The NFB film library at 6U borrawing time. A maximum of inoiuded in tha rates. 


pal grant and 
amount from 
government. 

Remainder of the report con¬ 
tained a condensation of inter¬ 
views from many sources in the 
community. 

ME INCAFABIJ-: 

Continuing his report, Dr. 
Flanagan said that before 
undertaking the Investigation he 
that there were some 


knew 

changes in the social attitudes of 
the community but was now 
aware of it and had a glimpse 
of their magnitude. 

"I am also aware that our 
conventional methods and insti- 


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22 Bril* ffifliantat Victoria, B.C., Saturdoy, Dec. 13, 1969 


Adultery Campaign Hint 
‘Do It Without Hangups' 


Trinity Basaar Today 

rman Edith Gunning The bazaar Includes baking, 
pen a Trinity Presby- Nothin* book, Christine*, and 
„ White Elephant atalls, a 
Church bazaar at 11 luncheon> eottat ^ auction 

tioday at the church, Bml children's nook (with hot 
of Tillicum and Walter, dogs and a film.) 


SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)-A 
group of young ladies who say 
they are "sex-starved” have 
protested on behalf a t fcutlt- 
free adultery. 

A half-doaen demonstrators 
held a bedsbeet banner aloft 
calling far "successful 
adultery for the happily 
married man” during the 
unique demonstration Wed- 
nesday in the city’s financial 
district. 


for a guilt-free affair. That's sold copies of a paperback 

the whole point of our entitled "Buooeaaful Adultery 
crusade” fur tha Happily Married 

Instead, tha demonstrators Man.” 


Mrs. Katz commented that 
■he felt her own marriage 
would have been saved had 
both participants been able 
“to do away with selfish, 
p os s ess ive love.” 

She said that she wouldn't 
have felt jealous If her 
husband had strayed. “Why 
should I? As long as a wife 
feta her share of love, why 
should she begrudge her 
husband an extra measure of 
happiness?” 


Deaf Afin Landers: My wife work* in a fine 
candy shop whose confections are nationally known. 
When Lena went to work there last year, she was 
told the store had a policy — employees can eat 
all the candy they want in the shop, but they can¬ 
not take even one piece home. Lena has gained 30 
pounds on this job and she wasn’t skinny to begin 
with. Now she is out of sight I think I know 
what is causing her pigishness. Lena feels she is 
underpaid and she is trying to get even with her 
boss by eating up the profits. Also, whenever she 
gets mad about something, she eats a few pounds 
of chocolates to make herself feel better. 

I once had a -fat aunt whom 
I couldn’t stand. My wife is 
getting to look more tike that 
aunt every day. It is ruining 
our marriage. What’s your 
advice? — Barney. 

near Barn: Lena should get 
a Job in a fertilizer plant, a 
ghie factory, or a hardware 
store — any place where she 
won’t be tempted to eat up 
the profits. She could also, use 
some counselling, since it is 
obvious she is a compulsive 

eater. g~\ • » • 1 

Criticized 

, VANCOUVER (CP) — For 
manpower, read male power. 

That's the memge delivered 
Friday to a V«ncouver-area 
Manager’s Conference of Can¬ 
ada Manpower, Cram the Van¬ 
couver women’s caucus. 

In a tour-page brief. Hie cau¬ 
cus says Canada Manpower 
does not exist for (he benefit of 
women and says women are 
discriminated against politi¬ 
cally, socially and economi¬ 
cally. 

The brief asks: 

• An immediate end to Job 
classinoation by sex, with all 
jobs listed and offered on the 
baait of qualification only. 

• AH training courses to be 
open to women. 

• The adoption of an educa- 
tionai program to erase preju¬ 
dice against the hiring of 
women in ali occupations. 


Sudden Death Softens 
Burglar’s Conscienee 

CLEVELAND (UP!) — Mr*. Joanne Selpel’* 
apartment was burglarized while *he wa* away 
making funeral arrangement* for her htnband, 
killed in a car accident. 

The next night, after new* of her husband's 
death appeared in a newspaper, Mr*. Selpel received 
a telephone call from a man who Raid he wa* the 
burglar. He told her he was *orry to hear of her 
husband’* death and would try to return every¬ 
thing he took. 

Tuesday, Mr*. Seipel found a television set, 
some paper* and Jewelry behind her garage. Some 
valuables were gone, but she said the burglar had 
told her he sold some of the loot and It might take 
time to get It back. 


“Married men should 
spread their favors around 
naii-e evenly,” Cecily Katz 
told the crowd that gathered 
around her. 

"Admit It to yourself. You 
do commit sAiltery, anyway," 
abe told the mostly married 
gentlemen in the audience. 
"Do it right Do it without 
hangups.” 


After ail, she pointed out, 
two can play the game. 

"Women are more romantic 
and just as erotic as men,” 
she said. “They love being 
made love to on the grass on 
a sunny afternoon — when 
their husband* are at work 
and another eligible male 
could help out." 


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them at the earliest moment. 
— Back To Reality. 

Dear Real: Glad . you're 
back. Thanks tor the testi¬ 
mony. 


The protesters were bom¬ 
barded with requests for 
names and phone numbers, 
but Mrs. Katz, a beautiful 
Korean divorcee, told ifien, 
“I’m afraid you are not ready 


ower 


Dear Ana Land era: I am 27 

years old, attractive, have a 
wonderful husband, and to 
look at me you’d think I was 
the happiest woman in the 
world. But I’m miserable. 
Please listen to my story. If 
you think I am crazy, say so. 

I married at 16 to get away 
from the home and hands of a 
filthy stepfather. I had seven 
babies in less than 11 years 
and Hiey are all healthy and 
beautiful. My husband is the 
world's best. He comes 
straight home from work, 
helps with the children, 
doesn't drink or gamble and 
he never looks at other 
women. He is a good provider, 
very considerate and never 
lets a day go by without 
telling me he adores me. 

My children keep me busy, 
but ! still have time to dream. 
And what do I dream about? 
A real romance. I have never 
been in love and I resent 
being cheated out of life’s 
most beautiful and exciting 
experience. At times I feel so 
guilty about not being In love 
with my husband that I 
become physically sick. Would 
I feel better if I confessed 
that I don’t love him? I am — 

Depressed In Michigan. 

Dear D.: I’m not sure you 
don't love him. Your adoles¬ 
cent fantasies have given you 
a false concept of love. You 
need to grow up, reshape your 
values and become aware of 
the good life you now have. 
Get some counselling. 


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Husband Blames 
Fake Fingernails 
In Wife’s Death 


CLEVELAND (UPI) — A 
Wadsworth, Ohio, man has 
filed a 5100,000 wrongful death 
suit In federal court, blaming 
the manufacturer of artificial 
fingernails for the death of his 
wife. 

E. William Neiser charged 
his wife, Marjorie, became ill 
from using fingernails made 
by Bishop Industries Inc. of 
Union,' N.J., in December, 
1367. 

Acoording to the suit, Mrs. 
Neiser followed instructions 
for use of the fingernails, but 
suffered severe itching on her 
hands and fingers. She was a 
professional organist. 

The suit said Mrs. Neiser'a 
own fingernails became dis¬ 
eased and fell out. It added 
that she underwent treatment, 
but the artificial fingernails 
had "aggravated a 1 pre¬ 
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ous condition, finally causing 
her death." 


It was a double celebration of the Victoria 

* Women’s Canadian Club Friday — the annual 

* Christmas carol tea and the celebration of the 

$ club’s 60th anniversary. 

* 

? Mrs. Leslie Macdonell, 
president, gave an interesting 
J-esume of the dub's history 
from 1909 until the present 
Jtay. 

J Norma Selwood and 
Barbara Ebell delighted the 
'audience by singing Christmas 
songs. They were accom¬ 
panied by Frances Crampton, 

.who later played a Chopin 
selection. 

The ballroom looked very 
festive with a Christmas tree 
and huge red bells strung 
along the walls. The head Tlie Saanich Chamber of 
table was decorated with Commerce annual Christmas 

gilded greenery, poinsettas, party at the Red Lion Thurs- 

hoily and a bowl of red day evening was a gay and 

carnations and white chrysan- fast-moving affair, 

themums. There wasn’t much speech- 

Spedal guests were Mrs. W. making but what there was of 
A. C. Bennett, Mrs. Hugh It was good. Brian Roberts, 
Stephen, Mrs. G. R. Pearkes, Introduced by president John 
Dr. Margaret Newton and Hicks, gave the. Christmas 
Mrs. H. L. Smith. message and I for one, wished 

Others at the head table he had talked a little longer, 
were Mrs. W. Redford, Mrs. Can’t Bay that too often. 

W. H. Wilson, Mrs. ' R. R. Jock Dunbar, that incorrig- 
Jeffels, Mrs. T. H. Johns, ible character, sang several 
Mrs. P. J. Slnnott, Mrs. Fred selections as fashions from 
M. Corbett, Mrs. Bruce Woodward’s were shown with 
Brown, Dr. Olga Jardlne, Joan Fraser commentating. 


Mrs. H. H. Youson, Mrs. W. 
a Flett, Mias Elizabeth 
Forbes, Mrs. T. C. Hamilton, 
Mrs, R. G. McKee and the 
guest artists. 

It wasn’t all carol singing 
and drinking tea — there was 
a lot of chit-chat, too. You 
would be surprised if I told 
you who told me that Lady 
Godiva put everything she had 
on a horse. 


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Key figures at the 60th - anniversary Victoria Sinnott, second vice-president Mrs. Sinnott was in 
Women’s Canadian Club tea Friday at the Empress charge of the decorations and tea arrangements, 
were Mrs. W. Davenport, left, first vice-president; See Dorothy Wrotnowski's column. 

Mrs. Leslie Macdonell, president, and Mrs. P. J. 


Free Hairdo 
For Christmas 

PADERBORN, Germany 
(UPI) — Fifty Paderbom 
hairdresser* are offering free 
Christmas hairdos to the city's 
500 welfare department em¬ 
ployees, the Paderbom Hair¬ 
dressers Federation said. 


British Board Ban Bewilders 


Pill Callers Jam Phones 


ADVERTISE! 


Lounge Wear Lingerie 

hotdogs and a film showing. 

There will also be home 
baking, good used clothing, 
Christmas and white elephant 
stalls. 

Proceeds will go toward the 
560,000 owing on the new hall. 
The guild has already raised 
520,000 toward the cost. 


the investigation of fertility 
control. 

A spokesman for the Oral 
C o n t reception Information 
Centre, which represents 
many pill manufacturers, said 
the findings of the drug safety 
committee should make for a 
safer pill. 


high estrogen content But 
this does not mean they are 
as effective.” 

Two kinds of pill marketed 
under the names of Nor- 
man ton and Vertan contained 
no estrogen at all but they 
were rejected after trials by 
the association's council for 


because the Family Planning 
Association, which alone has 
some 400,000 women taking 
the pills, advised against the 
use of two types of pill the 
committee had approved. 

Caspar Brook, London 
director of the Family 
Planning Association, said he 
had made a rush print order 
of 500,000 leaflets to be 
distributed to worried women A f /ivolior Ynil 
at 950 FPA clinics throughout ^ ljUVCllcr 1UU 
the country. 


LONDON (A P) — Be¬ 
wildered women swamped the 
switchboafdH of Britain's 
family planning clinics 
Friday, seeking advice about 
which contraceptive pills are 
safe to use. 

Many were alarmed by 
T hursday's recommendation 
of the government’s drug 
safety committee that doctors 
should in future prescribe only 
11 of the 30 brands of pill now 
available. Some pills which 
have a high estrogen content 
could cause side effects such 
as blood-clotting, the commit¬ 
tee said. 


Many of the fashions were 
lounge wear and lingerie, so if 
you know Jock at all you can 
imagine what happened. As 
when Kip Wallace appeared in 
a long, silver trimmed purple 
robe, Jock Interrupted his 
song Deep Purple to .shout, 
"Take it off.” 


ft Holiday Shopping with the Family 
Is Exciting at 


Aid. Edith Gunning will Anne McLean is taking a 
open the Trinity Presbyterian pretty dim view of the way 
Church bazaar today — the the TB Christmas Seal Cam- 
first event to be held in the paign is being run. For years 
new church hall at the corner she has received the seals and 
of Tillicum and Walter. has sent a donation to the TB 

Doors will open at 11 a.m. Fund, 
and lunch will be served at This year she received the 
11:30. A coffee bar will be ' seals as usual. Anne says she 
open at the same time and hadn’t got round to sending 
will remain accessible during her donation when she re- 
the afternoon. ceived a card in the mail 

A nursery will be operated asking for a donation and a 
from 11 in the morning until 3 request t o disregard the 
p.m. and there will also be a notice If said donation was 
nook for the children with already in the mail. 


If you are at loose ends over Christ¬ 
mas shopping—pop in—there are nine 
great Christmas idea shops to serve 
you at your leisure—have the tradi¬ 
tional afternoon tea in the lobby—and 
if you wish to make a day of it, one 
of our newly decorated rooms will be 
available from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. at 
a special Christmas Day rate of $5.00. 


Skimp on Lunch 


An association spokesman 
said: "We accept the Drug 
Safety Committee’s findings 
and we also accept that the 11 
makes of the pill are less 
likely to cause blood clotting 
side effects than those with a 


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with cottage cheese (4 tbsp.) 

on lettuce leaves; small slice T| 
angel cake. T 

• Cup clear beef bouil- y. 
Ion ; broiled mushrooms on jj 
thin slice toast; lemon Jello. * 

• Poached egg with one 
slice bacon on toasted ^ 
hamburger roll; % grapefruit. 

• Broiled ground beef 
pattie (14 lb.) with broiled 
slices 1 small tomato; 2 
melba longs; level scoop 
coffee ice cream. 

• Tuna fish (% cup) on 
lettuce dressed with capers, 
plmiento and dashes of lemon 
juice; 2 slices flat bread; 
Seckel pear. 

Beverage? Coffee, tea or 
skim milk. Be sure to count 
the milk’s 88 calories. . 


By MARY SUE MILLER 
What is a weight-watcher to 
do at this time of year? Turn 
away from tables laden with 
fantabulous party fare? Or go 
cm a spree and gain back the 
weight it took so long to lose? 

There just might be a 
middle ground. A would-be 
loser might hold the line by 
curtailing one meal a day. She 
might even lose a bit if, in 
addition, she enjoyed a feast 
without overindulging. 

The logical meal to skimp 
on is luncheon. It must not be 
breakfast as you need sus¬ 
tenance to begin the day. On 
quiet nights at home, it could 
be the evening meal. Noon or 
night, menus must not exceed 
300 calories. As ideas: 

• Bowl of chicken noodle 
soup, 2 saltines, large, apple. 


The confusion of women 
who wanted to change the 
pills they were using "tor 
others was made worse 


Gertrude E. Moore 


6 Most Stuck Together’ 


Service Honors 
Camp Pioneer 


held in the Castle and the 
board members are putting On 
the affair themselves. 

Mrs. D. Thirlwan, Mrs. J. 
Ingram Smith, Mrs. T. H. 
Johns, Mrs. J. Durand, Mrs. 
D. Abbott, Mrs. Lily Wilson, 
Mrs. J. B. Clearihue, Mrs. 
David' Groos, Mrs. Robin 
Wood and Mrs. M. Hendry 
will preside at the tea table. 

The program will inelude 
songs by Norma Sehvood, 
Barbara Ebell, First United 
junior choir, directed by Mrs. 
Florence Neederman, singing 
of carols and organ music. 

There will be a silver 
collection. 


"Just like a bill,” says 
Anne. "When you don’t even 
ask for the seals. And this 
year most of them were stuck 
together and I couldn’t use 
them. 


1180 Dougta St. 
Phone 3H4-0561 


after her own family's home¬ 
stead in Ontario. 

In 1939 Mias Moore was 
instrumental in forming the 
B.C. Camping Association, a 
branch of the Canadian Asso¬ 
ciation. 

Moarecroft was sold to the 
United Church of Canada upon 
Miss Moore's retirement to 
Victoria in 1959. 
and brother, Ernest and 
and brother, ERNEST AND 
Lillian, of Toronto; a niece, 
Mrs. Douglas Holmes, also of 
Toronto; and a nephew, 
Bradley Boyd of Shearwater, 
N.S, Miss Moore was prede¬ 
ceased by a sister, Mrs. 
Margaret Boyd of Toronto. 


Memorial services for Gert¬ 
rude E. Moore, 75, of 1025 
Linden — the founder of 
western Canada's first private 
camp for girls —r will be held 
at 2:15 p.m. Monday at 
McCall B r o th e r 8 family 
chapel. 

Rev. Robert Moaes will 
officiate at the service for 
Mias Moore, who died Tues¬ 
day In Victoria, and crema¬ 
tion will follow the ceremony. 

Bom i n Toronto, Miss 
Moore served as recreation 
director for T. Eaton Com¬ 
pany there until 1927 when she 
came west to become physical 
education director at the 
Vancouver YWCA. From 1935 
until 1945 she was in charge of 
women's physical education at 
the University o f British 
Columbia. 

She opened her own camp 
for girls near Nanoose Bay on 
Vancouver Island in 1934. The 
camp was named Moore croft, 


There will be more than 
attractive gift items to be had 
at the Witch’s Cauldron next 
week. There will be a demon¬ 
stration of some kind, includ¬ 
ing gift-wrapping and sugar- 
decora ting, each evening. The 
Cauldron will be open until 9 
all next week. 


The Victoria Musical Art 
Society is making a break 
from the usual this Christ¬ 
mas. The annual carol tea is 
being held in Craigdarroch 
Castle on Sunday afternoon 
from 2:30 to 6 p.m. 

This is the first time 
the Christmas tea has been 


Mr. and Mrs. Arthur D. 
Warren, Mrs. Marjorie 
Reynolds and £aul of Victoria 
and Mr. L. P. McLachlan of 
Shawmgan Lake have recently 
signed the register in British 
Columbia House in London. 


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boyfriends Christmas presents 
this year. 

Jhe odds arb they will get 
no presents in return. 

The survey by a firm called 
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When the boy does come 
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said the male buys a present 
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whereat the girl limits her 
spending to an average of bU 
55.40. 


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Batin flriffirt flt, Victoria, B.C., Soturdoy, Dec. 13, 1969 


Move Avoids Ouster 


British Overtime Law 


Council 


The Aard-vark wan only the 
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ninth In the world to be bom in 
captivity. Only one, In Miami, 
Fla., has aurvlved. 


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withdrawal to the council'* com¬ 
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PARIS (UPI) — Greece with¬ 
drew under fire from the 18- 
nation Council of Europe Friday, 
lieading off a threatened vote 
on suspension of its membership. 

Greek Foreign Minister Pan- 
ayotis Pipinelis said the pullout 
would have no effect on Greece’s 
participation in the North Atlan¬ 
tic Treaty Organization defence 
network. 

"No. definitely not,” replied 
Pipinelis when asked at a news 
conference if the withdrawal 
signalled a change in Greece's 
relations with NATO. 

Pipinelis announced Greece's 


understanding” of committee of ministers, Greek! 
the Greek military regime's ef- officials had hinted Greece's 
forts to overcome the nation's ouster from the Council of Eur* 

political difficulties. A motion --- 

before the committee, sponsored 

by n nations, caked for the sus- Voice of Women 
pension at Greece from the coun¬ 
cil as a violator of basic human Sets Tag Day 

* * * The Victoria Voice of Women 

The Council of Europe is an will hold a tag day from 0 a.m. 
advisory body created in 1MB to 6 p.m. today. Proceeds will 
in response to British wartime be sent to the Children’s Corn- 
leader Sir Winston Churchill's nvittee of Vancouver’s Aid for 
call to war-Shattered Europe to Vietnam Civilian*. Funds are 
unite and is dedicated to the used to ship artificial limbs to 
safeguarding at human rights children in Vietnam's combat 


WARLEY, England (UPI)—Forty-three driv¬ 
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work overtime to keep buses running during a labor 
shortage last June. Thursday, they paid for it— 
to the tune erf $2,064. 

That was the amount of their fines when a 
court found them guilty of 353 charges of driving 
without 10 hours of continuous rest In every 24- 
hour period as required by law. 

The company was fined $1,238 for letting them 
do it. 


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sunglasses before she tasted it 
and agreed with me," said 
Mr. Campbell, who has been a 
naturalist at Long Beach on 
the West Coast. 


fritters — the greatest treat 
there is." 

Goose neck barnacles taste 
just like lobster. 

"One lady had to put on her 


By NANCY BROWN 

Open up a giant barnacle, 
scoop out the insides with a 
spoon, and eat raw. 

"Quite messy but tasty," 
according to naturalist Wayne 
Campbell. ' 

Boil young Wacken fronds 
and use as asparagus. 

"If you don’t like them 
throw them away and use the 
solution to paint your roses 
and kill aphids," he told an 
audience at about 300 Friday 
night. 

Dried yarrow leaves can be 
used to make tea. (yarrow is 
a herb of the aster family). 


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"Drink sparingly or you 
may end up confined to home 
for a while,” he told an 
audience of Girl Guides, uni¬ 
versity students and adulte, 
attracted to Newcombe Audi¬ 
torium with the promise of a 
seashore smorgasbord. 

Parts of starfish are edible. 

“Cut off the ray, open it up 
and take out the eggs. Pick 
them up and down the hatch 
just like that — I never chew 
them," the recreation and 
c o n s e r vation department 
naturalist confided. 

"Seafood is rich in Vitamin 
C, Vitamin B1 and iodine,” he 
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Mr. Campbell’s slide show 
of gourmet life in forests and 
on seashores of the West 
Coast was punctuated by 
sample tasting sessions. 

Kelp pickle, dried seaweed, 
and abakxie hors d’oevres led 
up to the gustatory climax of 
raw oysters. 

Two Girl Guides volunteered 
as oyster tasters, bribed by 
abalone shell gifts. 

“Eat bivalve* when there's 
an R in the month — or on 
the a d v i e e at parks or 
fisheries branch,” warned Mr. 
Campbell. "Otherwise you 
could get a paralytic disease 
which would be disastrous." 


Doctors and Physiotherapists recommend exercise to help 


1. Many back problems 

2. Irregularity 

3. Sleeping difficulties 

4. Tensions 

5. Indigestion 

6. Headaches 

7. Lack of circulation 

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All seaweeds ere edible 
with the fronds usually eaten 
raw. 

They must be picked fresh. 
"Check that they are securely 
anchored before picking — 
they decompose quickly," ac¬ 
cording to chief chef Camp¬ 
bell. 

Slugs are a delicacy, even 
giant ones. 

"Boil them for five minutes 
in sea water," Mr. Campbell 
advised. 

All B.C. snails, both shore 
and ocean varieties are 
edible. Boil 10 minutes and 
twist out with a pin. 

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from that person'* insurance company. It is important 
to remember that there is no change in the law of 
negligence as it is applied to bodily injury or 
property damage. 


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cover you. driven and pedestrians, up to $50,000 against hit 

Q. I. a bomewife.bo covered? a*lrun driven, the driven of stolen can, etc. 

Q. Hew wil I buy the insurance? A, There is a special provision for housewives with no 

A. Through your insurance company or agent It is the gainful employment. They will be paid $50 a week Q. T» mm my, whal me the dkkf advantages ef the nev 

type of insurance that has changed and not the for 26 weeks if unable to perform household duties, 

method of purchase and payment. The Government This is to help defray the cost of additional help in the 

of British Columbia is not involved in the sale or home, 

administration of the insurance plan, only with the 

> It Q. WM tafp,,, J d. 

_ „ .. ___ ___ __, A. All accideet benefits will be paid immediately no 

Q. Can I buy more tbaa S venge. matter who is to blame. They apply to all occupants 

A. You can buy any additional amount through your of the insured car and to the policyholder, hit wife 

insurance company or agent. and dependents (if they are living in the same 

dwelling), and, with minor exceptions, will also apply 
while riding in other vehicles. They also apply to 

Q. What are the b me fits? any pedestrian struck by the insured vehicle and to 

A. By using insurance dollars to compensate people the policyholder and hi* family when they them selves 

the Plan provide* the people of British Colombia with are pedestrians, 

the highest accident benefits of any province in Canada. 

• isstttssssnsas* ° «• w - w* - -> - 

nursing services over and above those you can A. There ii no change from the present. If you have 

recover under hospitalization or medical plan* or law*. collision coverage, your insurance company will pay 

• It include* ambulance, some drugs, artificial limb* for the damage repair* leu the deductible a* 

and training in bow to use them, dental work, speech *mted in your policy. If another driver i* responsible 

theraov. ohvsio-ibcrapy and an ever-growing number for the damage, a claim can be made against him. 


400 HILLSIDE 


HILLSIDE DECEMBER BONUS CASH CONTEST 


YOU COULD WIN 


Simply cash your FAMILY ALLOWANCE or OLD AGE PENSION cheque 
at any Hillside shop and ask for an entry form. Grand Draw, 2:00 p.m., 
Saturday, January 3, 1970. 

NOVEMBER WINNER: Mrs. B. Melesko, 990 Lovat Ave., Victoria 


Your Insurance Company or agent will be la 
touch wllb you about yonr new policy, its 
provisions and tbe rates yon wifi be required te 
pay. If yon do not presently have insurance bat 
plan to operate a vehicle in British Colombia 
yon should arrange for this insurance without 
delay. Remember it is illegal to drive an 
■■(■aired motor vehicle. Coatact yonr huorance 
company for fall information. 


CONTEST RULES 

Name drawn will be required to answer a skill-testing question. If present when 
name is drawn, winner wiW entire prize. If not present, shopper will be mailed 
$10-00 and balance of prize will be added to next month's contest. 


ft Weatherproof , enclosed mall 

Acres of free ONE-LEVEL parking 

•Jj 20-minute bus service from downtown to Hillside 
(No. 10 Route) 

(n 

Variety and Selection from 

ift Simpsons-Sears and 32 Fine Specialty Shops 


Q. Will I bt protected when I travel outside British 

Columbia? 

A. British Columbia residents travelling in other area* of 
Canada and the United States will hive full protection 
for claims of bodily injury or property damage 
Your new policy will also protect you from injury 
caused by an uninsured motorist. 


The plan commences 
January 1,1970 


GOVERNMENT OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 

MOTOR-VEHICLES BRANCH, DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL 
Minister, The Honourable L. R. Petersen Q.C-, 


Such a PLEASANT place to shop! 





























fixity (Galonlit. Victoria, B.C., Saturday, Dec. 13, 1969 £5 


CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING 


Vancouver Island's Largest Shopping Centre In Print 


BUSINESS SERVICES 
AND DIRECTORY 


BUSINESS SERVICES 
AND DIRECTORY 


TELEPHONES 
AFTERIIOUBS 
II :S0 p.m. to 7 a.m. 

Editorial, 383 1500 

585 8309 

Sports, MS 7000 

Circulation. 583 0725 


10 EUNERAL DIRECTORS 120 LOST AND FOUND 121 MALE HELP WANTED I U FEMALE HELP WANTIDi3« 


1 BIRTHS 

CRKA&SER—Horn In Mr. and Mn.j 
D. Creaaacr (nee Smythe), a f B2301 
Rocky Point Rd., Victoria, at the 
Royal Jubilee Hospital on Dec. 3. 
3968. a aon, Nell Gordon. 1 )ha. 
fi oz*., a brother for Dianne Many 
thsnks to Dr G. F. Houston and 


S DEATHS AND FUNERALS 


MALE. DISHWASHER WANTED 
11 p.m. lo 6:30 a.m. Apply In 
liernon between ID a.m and 12. 
Scott's Reataurant, *0 Yates. 

BONOABLE JANITOR REQUIRED 
lx 3 midnight ahitU per week. 
Reply atatlng qualifications and age 
to Victoria Pres* Box SM. 


LOST: ONE DRIVE ASSEMBLY 
motor, approximately 18" long. 4 to 
5" In diameter with pwer cord one 
end, gear on other end, luat 
between Wilkinson Rd and Bamher- 
ton on December a. Reward offered. 

SENSIBLE PRICES __ 

SANDS MORTUARY LTD. ^ OR ^ r , 

Memorial Chapel Reward. Northrldga are*. 479-7*19. 

a _ ChMd'a pet. 

of Chimes --- 

, n . .. „ LOST: TOPAZ RING IN 

Victoria, B.C. dtu-tau simpaonaSeara d ratal ng room. 


LITTLE — In Victoria, B.C., on 
December 9, 1961, Mr. Victor Lit¬ 
tle, aged SI yeara, a native aon ol 
Victoria, B.C., late retldence, 469(1 
Patricia Bay Highway. He leaver 
hla sons, Rickie. Jay and Donnie. 
Victoria, B.C.; hla mother, Mr* 
Elsie Little, Honolulu, Hawaii; hla 
brother, Norman Little, lo the 
U.S.A., and hla sister. Mr*. Dpn 
P. (Dorothy) M c A1 p I n e. 1923 
quadra St 

| Servlet will be held In the Saudi 
Mortuary Limited, "Memorial Chapel 
at CMmei" on Monday. Dec. 15, 
1986 at 1:00 p m. Capt. Albert Ferris 
officiating. Cremation. F1 o w e r a 
gratefully declined- Thole ao deslr- 
Ing may contrllsite to the Heart 
- — ... — victoria. BC 


YOUR 

COMMUNITY CHAPELS 


Contractor* 


Bulldozers 

BENSON BULLDOZING LTD. 


GVJ BU1LDBKS 
Repair*, alteration!, cabinet. 

T||| 

vaFT 1 ™"® 

DEL INTERIORS' AND MDDEJi N 


Land clearing, road building. Spe 
rialtring in aubdiviaiao development 


Free estimates. Call anytime. 479- 
4234. 


REQUIRE SEMI-RETIRED 

"- *— -irt-tlme or ft 

a food atore. 


4T7-ITI9. _ 

RENOVATIONS. GUTTERS, AIDE- 

walk Kltckena a apeoaUy AJrigtd 
Butldera, evea. 479-U60. _ 

KASAPI OjNSTRUCTIuN 
NBA and conventional home* 
tlt u cusnmeirtal but rtera 388 81*1 

G. W. WHEATON LTD. 

> Re;>*lra Alteration* 982 213 


Carpenters 


Uemen for 

employmenl ... _ -- 

torla Preaa. Box 495 

MACHINE TAPERS WANTED, 
only teg) men, need apply to Rote 
Blanabard Development 


HORNBY—Ronald and Aidene (nee 
Burnt). 474 Tmlt St., proudly an¬ 
nounce the birth of melr lint chad, 
a daugrter, Rayne Deanna. 7 tbs 

gElVMrtirag: 

*!• *• Heard. Dr. A Morriaon and 


QUALIFIED CARPENTER. ALL 
typea at home repair a. renovation*, 
Free aatlmatea. 479-3865 even- 


Junior Matrlcu- 
ent educational i 
bttlty to deal «*C- 
general public. Inga 
given to those TTCT 

. --- - having aome 

top wage* paid, prevloui aajhlaring ejpertence. ^ 

- Appllcallona in writing. Bating age. w 1 

experience, qualifications end leie V x 
FEMALE HELP phone number, or on forma pro- 
vid«i In the Personnel Department 
.NTID will he received tv the Personnel ““ 

Director. City Hall, not later than 

Noon. Wedneaday, December 17, ENGLISH CARPENTER 

19* Cuatoin kitchen cabinet*, vanity. 

_Home alteration*, r •modelling. G. 

WANTED. THREE TOP TELE . iag ______ 

phone aalea articltor* tor a pin- CABINET MAKING 

time dally aituation with guarantor Kitchen end Bathroom CablneU. 
and excellent rommiaalon* If yrai Re lio n*ble price*. 385-4030_ 


• BOX REPLIES 
Afl replica to private box 
narahere available from 
8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. 
Nfcanday to Friday 1b- 
rlaaive. 


SANDS CHAPEL OF ROSES t 

Sidney, B.C. 856-2932 warned, ftamd spca. vcubm 


Fund, 630 View SL 


POUND-VD80ENT AVE GIRL'S 
blue frame glaiae*. 384-8076. 

21 MALE HELP WANTED 


McKEBRIN - At the Royal Jubilee oAP 

Tloipllal on Dec. ID, 1969, Auatbi ruAPFI f)F 
Ray McKIbbln. of 14U Haullaln „ 

St. and formerly of TTtree Hllli, Colwood, B.C. 
Alta . In hla 74th year. Survived 
by hla loving wife. Alma, a< the 
realdence; 1 aon. Donald R, Three i 
Hllla: 3 daughter*. Mr* Mabel 
Parker and Mr* Oacar (Marga 
ret) Arvldaon, Three Hilla; Mr* 

Leonard (Kathleen) Brookweil, Ed¬ 
monton. and * grandchOdren; alio 
2 brother*. Jinn, Victoria; Wil¬ 
liam. Wealloek. Alta.; and I ala 
ter. Mr*. Lawrence Cardpbell. Ed¬ 
monton. 

Funeral aervlce Monday at 1:31 
p.m. In HAYWARD'S FUNERAL 
CHAPEL. 734 Broughton St.. Rev 
A. E. King officiating. Interment 


NORTHCCriT—Born to Barry and 
Grace NurthcoU. Seevlew Bunga- 
lowa. at St. Joseph'* Hoapiui on 
Dec. 8, 1988. a aon. Mark, 8 lb*. 
2 oa Thank* to Dr. Perry-Whlt- 
tlngham and maternity etaff. 


Dalivary and Transfer 

OAK BAY TRANSFER. MOVING, 
clean-up. low rale*. aKS-7531 

VANS AVAILABLE. REASONABLE 


478-3821 


ADVERTISEMENTS IN 
THIS CLASSIFICATION 
MUST COMPLY WITH 
THE 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 
HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 
SEE COLUMN 1 


ADVERTISEMENTS IN 
THIS CLASSIFICATION 
MUST COMPLY WITH 
THE 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 
HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 
SEE COLUMN 1 


Established 57 Years 


OFFICE HOURS 
Classified Counter, 8:00 
a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Busi¬ 
ness Office, 0:00 a.m. lo 
E:80 p.m. Monday to 
Friday Inclusive. 

(XOSED SATURDAY 


S DEATHS AND FUNERALS 


Drafting 

MAftDUh DESIGN ASSOCIATES 
Residential and mw rglai drsf 
tag 30-64X0 iflQB Pack gt _ 

MITCHELL DRAFTING. B L 8 I 
irlnl* tor henn ea. Phou* 3«-teL 
offloa {Swue 478 -otjR 


CHAPLIN S FUNERAL 
CHAPEL 

Klndnaaa - Courtesy — Sandra 
16 Furl ■**12 


MONUMENTAL 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH CULUM 
BIA 

ha* opening* tor 
• DKAlfc STaMEN 
VICTORIA 


MORTIMERS MONUMENTS 
ESfAUl.lSHED 18T1 
■The Finsat in Crartamantlup' 

— - '■ ~ XI £421 


ALTERATIONS, AD 
garage*, baiement room*. 
Fowtle, 388-2BUS. 479-6K37 


TOE OORf'QRA.TlON 
OF THE DHTOiCT OF SAANSOH 

RIGHTOF-WlAY CLERK 


Di ape rig* 


883 David M 

STEWART MONUMENTAL 
Work* Lid. 
ESTABLISHED IBM 

1401 May SL M«- 


rERATIONS CAN’T BRING MUR HOUSE 
™JH* ' -WITH YQJJ fO SHOP: 

-- There'* no need — Nat ring the 

BASEMENT BAY and a fully trained adviser 
will make arrangement* to call 
. ■ «. ' " with ■ample* See the effect of the' 

MLABLE material under your own lighting 
37® and with your other tarnishing* 

Arm ODD Gr "* 1 "*2 to rtwp for Drapery. 


TELEPHONE HOURS 
8 :Q 0 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. 
Mnaday to Saturday ia 
rlugive. 


,lnwJ 1 I dereaaed hy a alater, Mr*. Mar 

| fare* Boyd of Toronto. She also ryu Rf>T5NFY 

leave* a niece. Mr*. I>ougi*i * 

_ _ _1 Holme* of Toronto and a nephew. __. , 

i2L2r < nII!!* P Mr Bradley Boyd of Shearwater. Author of KOOTENAI 
u "SJJJU' a!. n s s * 1 * “*■ a memb *r of Metro- nnourv (and WAS HE A 

r '.’; polltan United Church and the lanG ^ “I 

" umd ' r « nd proprietor of Moore- GUY ! ) Will talk Of I 

KOOTENAI »nd autograph | 

tlchardThomea of FAMILY CHAPEL. Mein Office copies of hlS books at THE] 

P-- U££ FRASER BOOK BIN, 12:30 

Mm nte»*“md followed by cr emation. Saturday. Come and meet I 

‘in PARTINGTON -to Richmond Gen-1 him. 

r nr 25. * eral Hospital on December 11. 1969 , 

F O E. for many John B Partington, age 57 y*«r* i C47 YatpS 385-3779 

of Torino. ELC Survived hy hi* ” 

in McCall Bma loving wife Alice; daughter and___ 

;L, Johnson and *on-ln-law. Mr. and Mr*. B. L __ „„ _ v ,. 

on Tuesday, Dec Grliwold. Richmond, and 4 grand PRO PATRLA NO. 31 KorAi. 

Rev J A. Rob- daughter* Canadian legio n. 8 25 Courtney 

aHowed hy crema Rev. J. Patrick oftlcfated at a Lucky winner* number* n» tuntey- 
•alefully declined I private family aervlce foUowed by ham draw: MB, DSL »7. 

ica may be made cremation Richmond Funeral Dlree- Tien, 43B1. amft B46. 2cr 

8357. t218. 8288. 1220, (»r» MJ3 

- 8440. 9480. 53®, 2T4W, S945. 2938. 2954, 

Edward. of ICC. 25S4. 3545. 3966. _S381. 5m7. 


Carpel* and Linoleum 


CLASSIFISn COPY 
DEAIIL1NES 

Re gala r daaalfled advertlae- 
menla may ha placed at the 
cuurder. 8 a m. to 9 .U0 P m. oa 
the 'day priur to taitilicetlnn- 
Mnndav to Friday toduelvt. By 
pm. Muoday to Saturday to- 
elusive. _ ^ 

teleptam. 8:M Am. to 5:00 
r\ claaalfled a*ml-d»pUy «*jpy 
mud ba In the poaieaalun ot 
Victoria Prill Ud., 2631 
Ikx^toa Street, by 4.U0 pm- on 
the day prior to pubilcatUm. 
with the exception that copy for 
Sunfey Cufmiat mu at b* la by 
4:CUfcjn. Friday. 


graduate degree In Held of In tHa type at mx* ptoi conalder .rthrltlj centre In Vaneouvo 

daily Mutt have knowledge at able knowledge of the Land lo uklng over unit A a 

cnnaulUng engineering practice and Registry Act. toe Municipal Act AdmlnlMratlve Aaalalarf. Cl 

be nonveraant with Government and other atalutaa deal log with real Arthritis and Rheum all am i 

Pollution Control objediye*. Thl* 1* property. Muat be able to deai with 895 W. 10th Ave., Van. 9, B C 

a Senior poelUoc with exceUent ^ ,a*^c to a courteous, erilclent __ — _L__ — 

opparlunities tor arivaneemen! maoier JUNIOR OLERK WITH 

Salary commensurate with expert ! typing experience for aceos 

ence In the order of M.20U P«r | frr to# above poalUon office Victoria Preta. Box 513 


Electrical Contractor* 


PIERRE'S ELECTRIC 
Call Pierre for elertrical repair. 
Huuae wiring, electric atoua*. ate. 
B.C. Hydro financing available. 3S5- 
3242, anytime. _ 

RESIDENTIAL REWIRING 
Electric heating, appliance* tnslah 
led. Hydro financing. 

BUCKLE ELECTRIC 

479 3841 X> »*U 


JUST ARRIVED 


BIG SELECTION OF 9x12 NYLON 
SHAG. WOOL. AND NYLON TWIST 
CARPETS AT SPECIAL PRICES. 
ALSO SPECIAL CLEARANCE ON 
TIPSHEARD NYLON CARPETS. 
Reg. Value US.96 sq. yd 
CLEARANCE AT *10.95 SQ TD. 

In Antique Gold and Green color* 
The TRADERS 

713 Flntayaan ibeilde Mayfair) 

388 6264 - Open NIghUy til 9 


PAULDING—Jama* ___ _____. — , 

VIOorla In Oak Lodge Private 5451, 1064 , 2205. 4064. 2275. 4880, 5U0. 

Hoapltal. on December U. 1989. 4436. AM9. 1«T. «T7. t»8. 

In hla 88th year Pre-dece**ed hy 2584, 2311, 1343. 2201, BO. MH. 

hi* wife Rhode In Jim*. 1988. he ia 5475. 1978, 8516, 4646. W7, 5329 

•urvived by hi* hrothera F.rneal 1442, 4119. 1344. 44171, SMI, 8520. 

of Oanyooa. Steven >nd Walter of 3015, 2)61. B70E. S220, 5504, 2610 

Vancouver; hla altoer*. Mn 4KI7. SOU. 2715. 5673, 1232. CT2 . 

Dorothyy Nllacn. Naimlmo and 40®. 84®, 5818. 2208 . 3438. 42®. 

Mn. Minnie Hargreaves of Ac- 8841, 1866. 3*50 1M5. 38®. 4131. 

crlngton. Lanca England; and 5»l. «une. 8275. 5aB. 8*a. 4850. 

nieces and nephews. Bom In 282?. 1175, 13®. 1772 . 2286. «13. 

Bolton. Lanca . he had resided In 4025. 5574 . 31188, 3481 Winning 

B.C. stare May 1912, and served ticket* have to be turned to for gift __ _ _ 

with the Canadian Army over- certificate* at 625 Courtney on or yeara' malrfeetance 

aeaa from 1918 lo 1818. He waa befoie Dec. 11 Deadline work wkh V H F 

employed by the B.C Police and —--. _ VTtrrtl --aun 5P e,< . 

the Motor Vehicle Branch prior T #E LONDON BOXING AND outojn 

to retirement In 1948. Atoletic C4uh wlto to announce Service 

Sendee will he held at McCall *helr < * rmw w111 poatponed hr 1 CofumWa. 

Bro* FLORAL CHAPEL. Juhnaon '«* until Dec 17. *.- 

and Vancouver St*.. Victoria. a« aekec* are requeatef 

1 3:30 p.m December 16 Rev A E books, told or unsold 
; King offlriatlng. Flower* gratefully poaafble Thank* Harry Morris, 383 
declined hul donations may be made 2391 

to the United Appeal Fund- 


FKRKRRO - At tfia Nanaimo Re¬ 
gional Hoapltal, on Dec 8. 1989. 
Mr* Alice Fererro, aged 72. a 
realdent of Gabriota Island for 
30 year*; previously a4 Ladysm'th. 
Survived by 1 daughter, Mrs. 
I/iulae R. Evans. Vlrtorta. B.C.. 
and 2 aona, "Albert." of Cedar, 
and "George," of Gold River; 
also 3 grandsons and 1 grand-] 
daughter and nlecet In Warwick¬ 
shire, England. 

The funeral aervlce will be held 
at St. John'* Church. Lady*m!lh. on 
Thuradav, Dec. 11. 1R69. at 2:(r' 
p.m., followed by cremation. (Flow 
era gratefully declined.! Donations 
Hear! Foundation Fund 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUM¬ 
BIA 

has opening for 
RADIO TECHNICIAN 
VANCOUVER 


27 TEACHERS WANTED 


SOHOOL DISTRICT NO- ffl 
iSAANICHi 
ELEMENTARY 

Appllotlon* are invited from quail 
, .fled profemlonal atari for a TEM- 
1 F PORARY primary vacancy affective 
'*■ January 1, M70, tor an anGolpated 2 
MONTH PERIOD 

suHanTUTBs (elem-seci 
A pplicaUona are also Invited from 
qualified teacher* Interested In 
substituting In district achool* who; 
»re not preaently on our auhstltute 
Mat. 

Submlmlon* together with pro¬ 
fessional references to District 
Superintendent at SOvooia. Boot 300. 
Sidney. B.C. Earlier applicants 
tonuld Indicate current kvaJiaMUty 
by auhmllBnf a brief written 
communication. 


qualifications, riring requires 

riti^ff'm n VTt» LIBRARY ASSISTANT IV 
minimum of three (GEOGRAPHY MAP LIBRARY 

„ supervisor) 

and H.F equip- Qualifications: A university 
degree. preferaMy Master’I Degree,! 

Meat Iona from Civil In Geography, with consideration 

mmlaalon of Britlito given to applicant with honors 

. . ...__ 544 Michigan Street, degree Minimum requirement 

All ticket VICTORIA, and return by Decern- Geography major. Previous ad- 

to return her 34. 198B. mtolatrallve and-or library experl- 

II aoon as COMPETITION NO. 70 43 ence derirahie. Muat h*v« knowl- 

- edge of map Interpretation, history 

of cartography and elementary sur¬ 
veying. Ability to work eriectlvHy 
with faculty, atari and student* 

Demonstrated organization*) ability 
' Jjr and typing oomjwtenre. Mu* h*v« 

.fun" Pteaaan* manner and cooperative 
“UR- aftilude. 

riu ° * Duties: ' Under direction of the 
“T**- Division Head, to be responsible tor 
sudea planning supervising and maintain- 
time {ng effective work flow In the uni! — , •■■»>«,■«,» , 

—... . re m which Includes to* reaponrihlllty of U4I . NEW SHIPMENT 

offset production an asset. Good acqulrition. processing and tervte- MA«.g 

aakary. working conditions and ing the Unlvarriiy map colleoHan . — 

benefits. New car supplied with which ia housed m Uv G^ogr^pL.y ---- --- ^ , 

poaitlon. Apply Comox Dlslna Free Map Library. Alto to be reaper! 18 year* clerical and admlrn*ratlva 
Press. Box 10M9. Courtenay, B.C. aible for auxiliary reading room dutieq, 5 yracs motel and hole!.. . 

-—- collection of boaka, pamphlet* and can type, operate awltrhboard and ltd 733 Johnson St., 384-4382. paired. Drain tile aervlce. Roof* 

HILLSIDE REQUIRES serials Processing of toe map* will elevator Aim security Qualified —-—- _ -. repaired and renewed. Damp hair 

HEAD GARDENER Involve proposed co-operation In auxiilsry policeman. Reference*. I ilUUKIGANS C A R P t T 3 ANII n- 0 gu or MMSSI 

After our expansion HWaide will reporting holding* for toe NaUonaJ 479-3344 anytime. 'toua Ltd Carpets, vinyls. Ijrae - — —— 

newer neariy 36 exlenaivefy land- Union Catalogue of maps and —- — — - -7 7, ....— ~-' ._ T 7 T. (eum*. ceramic plastic tlleti supplinl DOWNSPOUTS UNLUDTOD RK- 

scaped acres The successful appll- participating In dlicusMcni* and the BOOKK3BEPING — YOUR OFFICE and profeaalunglly metalled' Free piece your w<xn tag donatapouit 

oBrt mud be exp«-1enced In carrvlng oul it declainrai regarding or mine — payroll, A-P. A-R. estimate* 715 Pandora. Phone 386- now. and give your guUera relief, 

raising ikants cultivator a wide computer prlnt-out of map holding*. Kbmneiai atatement*. Reaannable 240L 362 7408 

=«» m-aaa Basargriis ^ K'Evse 

atiouia ne wbrniuen in THE DUTCH LANDSCAPE Have real money — no mdiltUeman. basement probleau. Call aay f ia aa 
rfin*« 4 . p n GARDENER 386-1812 Dependable Contractor*. 386-HU 

' 5f ss . »^«c5Si- — 

COUPLE SUITABLE «72 _ 38 par ott. M8-90M. Oiargex -- -- 

__ as caret*ken of 18- v/view ni-rr u mjn* t« „ BARKER 1-ANDSCAPIHa 

snr w rs» h . u :ir., 

SlWr-S SK W ^ ■ SSSS". * our Sm'S IMmtmmmcm 


In Memoriam N.klcet, Canto of 
Thank*. Death and Funeral N<<lfe*, 
not exceeding 12 line*. C 90 firat 
insertion and I’J05 luiaeuuerd ln- 
aerllun* Each additional Une, SBC 
dally. _ 


STANDARD FURNITURE OFFERS |*hed tor Qirtatma*. Floor toying 
the TOTAL PICTURE In FLOOR .^.dlng. Free eatamaiea F. P. 
COVERINGS. Chooae from Ihe Fkxrlw Ltd. 3H4-W38 

WIDEST SELECTION of Bro*(Room -^=—------ 

Carpet*. Vinyl and Tile! Expert JIM DUNCAN 

layer*, Free estimates. Call Larry Floor tending and reflniaMng Free 

Wltmer. or Dave Baurke to show estimates 885-WSJ or 386-7*87 

you templet In your home. 382-5111 --—~——--- 

NEED ADVICE OH CARPETING’_“* _ 

hT?me*m:iIvice U ’I garden olkan up, pruning. 

2di* in d .'SSfte a “TOitod r^l.nt,ng Fro, e.tlm.te, 419^54 
advisor to bring yoti lamplea of RELIAaLE GARDENER, » 

carpal* and linoleum. 3»-ULL Local - 

244. 

THE RAY _ 

__ INDOOR- 

OUTDOOR carpal remnant* 

<4 PRICE 


to Ihe B.C. 
would be appreciated. 


Bulb*. Death*. In Vemurtam 
Notices, Card* of Thank* mk 
arcepfed by telephone. 


HORNE—In hoapltal December U. 
Stafford Horne In hla 71Fd year, 
late of 19ffl W S5to Avenue. Van¬ 
couver Survived hy hi* loving wife 
Evelyn; one daughter Staffne 
Burnll of Ladner; four grand¬ 
children and one great-child.' 
He also leaves his mother in Vic¬ 
toria; four brothers and two 
tlalers and nlecet and nephew* 
Mr Horne was born in Victoria 
and served In the Firat World War 
oversea*. 

Funeral service! will be held De¬ 
cember 14 at 12 noon in Simmons 
and McBride Funeral Chapel Broad¬ 
way at Maple SI Interment Foreal 
Lawn Memorial Park. Flowers 
gratefully declined tf desired do¬ 
nations may I* made to Ihe Sal¬ 
vation Armj'. 


EDITOR 


ROYAL BRIDE CHAPTER IODE 
Oil si mas raffle was won by the 
lodomng: J trace MrOn ugtU. 1130 
Pandora Awe.. D Conray aso 
•nil— Rd.. J O I cask 2519 
Currie Rod., n Lee, No. 2. 1400 


OATS—In Victoria on December 11. 

1986, Mr. Henry Samuel John Oats 
formerly of 3852 Cedar Hill X 
Rd*-. aged 83 years, born In Cre¬ 
ditor!, Devon, England and a resi¬ 
dent of Victoria for Ihe paal 3 
years, and waa a resident of Van- EX-SERVICE 
coover for 48 yeara before com- ix>, Royal Can 
Ing to VMorta. He Is survived by of *Uv Afgha 
two daughters. Mrs. N. O. (Betty) ticket number 
Wllaun and Mr* K A. (Kathleen i m f. Etagllah, 
Wheatley of Victoria: one grand- electric kettle, 
child. Michael John; 2 sisters. Mr*, number 201 


SUBSCRIPTION HATES 

Wherever carrier aervica la main¬ 
tained. 62 50 per month. 

Single copy mum price; 10c dally, 
15c Sunday 

Bv mall: Canada. 63.25 per month; 
69 00 per 3 month*; 618 00 per 8 
month*; 635 00 per year. 

United Slate*. 64.00 per month. 

All other cuunlrte*. 64 M per month. 
Sunday only. 25c per isipy: *13 00 
per year. 

Mail auhacriptluna ara payable in 
advance 

Authorized aa second data mail 
ru.'. Office Department (Ntawa. 
Member ot Audit Bureau of 
emulations. 


Gutter Claaaiag 
and Rggaift 


_ ... the Geography EX-BERVICE MAN » MARRIED. All type* of carpata at SAVINGS to 
Also to be reaper 18 yeora_cierlc*l and admlrdriraUva you al lh« _"SMIL!NG BOYS^ 


WOLFE—In Victorta, BC on Dec , 
ember 10, 1989, Mr*. Blanche | 

Louise Vlctorlne Wolfe, aged 84; 
>-er» Born In Lyon. Rhone, I 
France and a resident ot Victoria 
for the past 23 year*, late real 
dence. 840 Pemberton Rd. Pre¬ 
deceased by her husband. S. W 
Wolfe on November 2. 1952 and 
her *on. U. Col. Noel Wolfe (5th 
Gurkha Rgt.. Second World Wari 
on June 1 1985. She leave* her 
130 son. Dr P M Wolfe, 2311 Oak 
Ray Ave.. Victoria. BC; daugh- 
fer, Mr* L. C. (Desireet Smith. 

...__ .... South Godalone. Surrey. England: 

anil be Bands. Musa clans and Orchestras 33 daughter-in-law. Mrs Freda Wnlfe, 

e m«*v Bicvclet 88 3513 Richmond Ave , Victoria 

rur* fwi Birth* .. .. 1 B.C.; grandchildren, Mrs. Denise 

i adver BoaLs and Marin* .»o Roger*. Weal Vancouver, B.C. 

Bulldlh* Supplies .81 Christopher, Richard aral Robert 

anoroxi- Burial Parka ± _ 13 Wolfe. Mr. Michael Ian Montague 

charged Businea* OpporiunRes . 145 Smith, Mrs. Carol Lea. Miss 

Hustneaa Opportunities Wsnted 1(6 Heather Lynne Smith. Patrick. Ml 
„ h Business Peraonals . ...4(1 chael and Peter Wolfe: great- 

j ihl Bu-lness Service* and Directory 38 grandchildren. Cherie and Leiaa 

Jt* Cards of Thanks 9 Roger* and Sarah Jane Lea 

*, r * u ?~ Camera a. Supplies and Photo I and her alater, Mr*. Jeanne de 
. „ Finishing n' Klining Sahaller. Leldachendam. 

rt copy Car* r.w Sale , w , Holland 

.Cara and Trucks Wanted 113 Service will lie held In Ihe Sands 

iply with | Chicks, Puullrv, Hatching ! Mortuary Limited. "Memorial Chapel 

n Kiglds Eggs. Suppllea 91 I <'I Chimes.” on Monday. Dec. 15. 

Ivert'aing Church page .. 3 m 1981 ml 3 fm pm Major John B 

ist any I Coming EvenU _ ... u Wr«i ofnclatlng. Cremation. Flowers 

religion. Cottages. Campsite*. Summer-Coun ' gratefully declined. TTsoae ao deslr 
rentry or . try Homes and Properties in I Ing mas ronlrlhule to the B.C 

ill age « Duplexes to item Ul Cancer Fund. P O. Box 3Q2. Victoria, 

nless Ihe Dancing . o'RC. 


TERMS OF PUBIJCATluN 

The Victoria Press Ltd. ahall not INDEX 

Ik liable tor no insertion ot Oaislfleatlon 

any advertisamaot beyond the fj n 

amount paid fur such advertiie- Acreage tor Sale and Wanted 158 

nH-nt Announcement* . . 14 

j th* event ot an error occurring Antiques ■ ^- -. - 85 

the lialsltv ot Victoria l’ie*s Ltd. Aoartmer,j to Rent, Furnished 12k 
snail'nut' exceed the chaige tor the Apartments tn Rent. Unfurnished 129 
S^ra^ctiial^occuuied by the itoro Apartmenf. and Suite* for Sale ITS 
Apartment! Wanted 13fl 

Ab riaimt on erna to pubboalwn Auto Body and Painting 109 

•hail be made within 12 hour* Auto Repairs, Service. Towing .108 
tun rafter and if “A made ahall Auto Financing and Insurance lin 
be roundered. No claim will he Bandr. Mu-citns =nd Orrhcs*.r„ r 
showed lor mure than one uimc Wmicles 86 

Jictlniertlan nr tor errors no) Blrih. . 1 

Electing *ha »alu* U>a adver BoaLs and Marin* . 80 


MARRIED 


CLUB PACIFIC (FORME 
A.J.'s) now open for book 
Telephoto 3856423 

15 COMING EVENTS 
AND MEETINGS 


LETT MR GREBN INSULATK 
Attic 23 ria. aq. ft., waterpro-.f 
iiairmenla lfl cts aq. It., rubberize, 
clean gutters 25 ots. fL S84-OU or 
388-9269 anytime. 


PAINTER' 


GOOD RELIABLE COUPLE p . „ 
willed to msnage smart new 
motel; experience not esaentlai; 
good appearance and builneei 
sense Important. Must to bondabte GENERAL HANDYMAN REQUIRES 
l-bedroom apartment provided. Vic- work. palnUng. house repair, arbor 
tori* Presa, Box 512 _ lie i natal led. ate Sidney area. «6 

SALESMAN WANTED ' :l * r _ 

Musi have csr and a lot of go. and PROFESSIONAL GARDENER AND 
be a non-drinker. Earnlnga un- pruning expert Free estimates 3SJ- 
limlled lor a hard working man or tats. 

woman Phone after 8 p.m. 479-3782 ——---—-—-- - - 

- - -2—- N£2S) WORK. WILL DO ANY- 

SALA1, AND >*ERN PICKERS thing: yard and basement cleaning: 
wanted pickers aril Canadian, painting. Reaaorahle rates 366-3835. 

Apply Safari Every eena Ltd . Box - 

3JL Namimo. ODD JOBS. PART-TIME WORK. 

---————— etc Experlenred man 62 an hr. R 

OOUPLE WANTED TO OPERATE Griffin, 3857877 

18-imll motel fiisn mid-January lo- 

mid-February 1S70. Victoria Press. ' N DEPENDENT DECORA TO R-l 
Box jtu l will do a professional Job for less 

----——- 473-4646 after 6 p.m. 

experience:d cook. - 

references required, for lit. data STUDENT WITH TRUCK DESIRES 
reatauranf. Victoria Preaa Box 504 any hauling moving or odd Job* 


Cataring 


THIS YEAR 
BUY AN OPTIMIST 
CHRISTMAS TREE 


PRIORS. NEWEST LOCATION, 
former Chez Marcel. For all year 
catering needs. Banquets, wedding 
receptions, private parties, social 
functions 384-8914, 3*2-471.1 


Maaaary 

FIREPLACES, CHIMNEYS AND 
repair*. Ron Hensoo. 478-1567 

Miscallanaasu Sara ica 


WttmNGHOUNE 

REQUIRE* 

SAL4JS TRAINEE 

.1 CHALLENGING FUTIPRE IN 
Ihe eieirtrirai indurtry tor Uie nghl 
man wi*> muat have at least 2 
year* experience tn electrical 
wifdesaltng or ronlr acting Mini 
■mum eduralion grade 12. Good 
j salary and work mg condition 
I Excekenl fringe henetil*. A*q8y 
M.nU p> PO Box 73l«1. Vancouver 
1 B.C _ 

P MANAGEMENT TRALNEE 


Ilelp Youlh Projects 


U0TS AT: 
CORNER QUADRA 
AND NORTH PARK STS. 
CAMBRIDGE 
SUPERMARKET 
ESTEVAN AVENUE 


ISIAND 
DECORATORS 
Painters Paperliangen 
Sj>ray Painter* 
Plaster Repair* 
Convenient Time Payment* 
1382-9059 Eves. 382-1479 


GENDT-BIRKETT CEMENT' 
iciing Placing and Omshlag 
nlry. Fraa estlmatea. 479-DnS 


384 836 FRANK IftlLlTANU 303495 
CEMENT, SEWERS. DRAINS 


Large National Financial organiza¬ 
tion ha* openings tor management 
trainees. Previous consumer finance 
experience la an start. Applicants 
will to enrolled In a scheduled 
| (raining program. Excellent em¬ 
ployee benefit* and regular ralary 
Increases baaed upon progrraa. 
High achool grailunlkm required 
PACIFIC FINANCE 
_ 1023 DOUGLAS _ 

NATIONAL AUTOMOBILE 
(inunce company ha* an immediate 
opening for a collection supervisor 
Exierlenre In the finance field 
highly desire* hie This position 
often generous starling salary 


Cleanup Snraic* 

MODERN CLEANUP - 
rs you hard working 


• CARD OF THANKS 


BARBER APPRENTICE RE-! 
quire* aopreniicertUp. 385-4666. 

P AINTEK - — EXP KRiBNCED 
dean worker. OW-fiOM 


DAVE S 

Service o- ,— - - 

men, fully equipped modern tracks, 
complete fast, reliable service. 
Leave* raked, rubbiah removed 
You name 1L we'll do It and we'* 
do It lo ycurn aatlafaetlon. 9 a.m. 
Nit 4:30 p.m. 478-1128 or after hours 
383-7567.__ _ 

7 DAY 24-HOUR SERVICE 
Yards, basements denned, Junk and 

X I earth hauling. Kghf moving, 
painting. 1-ton truck for hire. 

ANYTHING. ANYTIME. 

ANYWHERE 
Free estimates. 3M-8M 


ADVERTISEMENTS IN 
THIS CLASSIFICATION 
MUST COMPLY WITH 
THE 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 
HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 
SEE COLUMN 1 


CLARK AND PATTOON 
PAINTING CONTRACTORS UD. 
Brash or spray. Paparhanger*. 
Texture and vinyl work Will da all 
or part ot any Job. Paint store. 
BAPCD. GENERAL and PRATT 
[and LAMBERT paints and rentals 
U painters' equipment Terms if 
red. Phone 384-6443 786 Bay St 

COMPLETE DlCORATING 
SERVICE 

Residential — Commercial 
Inertor — Exterior 
56 years experience la Vlctarla 
9ree estimates — terms 
Call TED HILL-TOUT - today 
364-8532 1926 Oak Bay A'a 


LOOK FOR 
THE OPTIMIST SIGN 


MARJUBD MAN WOULD 
gardening, clean-up. .ws-atis. 


otherwise Furniture 62 of Banda funeral at 

— _—-—-—— Garden Supplies ... ... 74 Dr. E. T. w Nail 

Gulf Island* properties . 156 leagues Tn the nur* 

oa-niiirtzaMeTATIVKS H * I,S ' 5,nrM ,n ° 0rrirf " to Rent 137 St. Joaeptls hnsnll 

Rfcl iikbfcKiAuvaa Heavy Equipment and Machinery 711 Threads. My heartfel 

Duncan. Chemamua Hotela . 118 a sincere thank you. 

P J Ri re era 7466181 Housekeeping Rooms to Rent . — 

, ' * _ D ns am Houaakaaping Rooms Wanted 

Lake Cuwicbaa. P- KdwsixM 143*771 Hou ,, t 5"^ nt yurol.hed .. 

PI Alhernl. Mra. A. Nilaun 723 63U House* to Rent. Unfurnished 
Nanaimo. R- Lakey SK 3 27*6 Howe. Wantod^to Rent . 

■--- , ~ In Maraorium .. _ 

Unlated SUtes Repr#«enUtives Listing! Cancelled _ 

MATHEWS SHANNON and Liatlngg Wanted - 

CULLEN, INC. Livestock and Suppllea .. 

New York, Button. Chicago, Detroit. j£f . 

‘■ |nn * B - __Miscellaneoua Wanted . 

_Mlacellaneoua to Rent . — 

DUNCAN BUREAU Mortgage Lzena and Inaurane* 1(1 

2*2 Station Sireet (Hamilton Electric Motorcycle# - “ 

Buildingi Ofllce and teleiihone Moving and Hauling . 

Iv hi I pm. to 3 p.m. Monday to Musical Instrument* .. 

Friday. Inclusive. Music Teachers . 

PHONK DUNCAN 7M«im '.. 

-—— -— p eraona i a .. 

itXMFlETl P<rtJ * nd Su PP l, «* - 

QiASSIHED Place* to Visit . 

CVRVM'K I’riiftaalonal Services . 

ihoperty for Sale . 

FOR Property Wanted .. 

DUNCAN Revenue "proiiert I r■. 

COWICHAN VAIJ.EY Revenu. Propertie. Wanted 

. Room and Board 


30 SITUATIONS WANTED 
FEMALE 


deiin 


ELKS 

CHARITY BINGO 


AVON CALLING 

WISE WOMEN buy AVON . 
WISER WOMEN atll AVON You 
can earn In your spare time tell¬ 
ing near home. Call now—384-7345 
or write Mr*. J. Guenther, 6101 
Old field Rd, R.R. 7. Victoria 


Sat., Dec. 13—7:30 p.m. 
O.A.P. Hall 
1600 Government St. 


134 LUCA8 — In loving memory at 
Ud Mother. Maud. Dec 13. 1968. and 
9 Dad, Gerard. Nov 3(1, 1561 

148 Love and remembrance last fur- 

149 ever. 

92 — Always rememtored by Peggy. 
..28 Belly. Dirk and families. 


or mine — payroll, A-P. A-R. 
Financial Statement*. Reaaonable 


RUBBISH HAULED. BASEMEN IS I 

__ _ _cleaned. Hava cummerrial vacuum, 

Ratea — Phana — Bui 385-7413 Res. (.'leaner Fences built Rutovaling. 
4784280 Fraa estimates, 382 9330. J. C Vas 

ACCOUNTING CLERK SEEKS "i* ^f 118 M ' ytlt " -- 

empioymenL Experienced M all DOMESTIC CLEAN UP. YARDS, 
phases rt bookkeaping, good know, baaemonU, etc Will haul away 
of typing and of Oca pro- unwanted material. Free ertlmaln 
__,,1 Phone 686-1004. 1663855 


ADMISSION CARD H 
Six Cards for S2.00 


Ual. Lowest ralee. Term*. Work 
guaranteed. 4194650. 

PAINTING—PAPERING 
AND VINYL 

For a guaranteed job and mi honed 
pne* call 186-4316 Oaland Dacor- 


Irrated In confidence. Reply Vic- mraea aid, X or over, required tor „) ge * & 

lorla Prea*. Box 509. permanent afternoon rtiHt by cedurei 

-. - Cedars Private Hragjltal, 380 Men-- 

AUTO SALES MANAGER He*. Jamra Bay >ra preferred. WILL DAY CAR* PRE-SCHOOL 

Experlenred salesman or tales man- infers,*, io : jo a m.-3:0D p m child In my home Langford area, 

ager wanted to ta ke over aale* j.,, ^ pro,* 47*4136. 

management al a Vancouver Island --———— ------ -- 

dealership In cHy north of Victoria 3TBNOORAPHER BOUSBIMCRK DONE BY THE 

Franchise la one of the big 2. All required (or permanent poalllon hour. 82. 3R5-4HM 

repllra will be answered and kepi January 35. Interesting work and- 

confidential. Write giving experience good l>enefit*. Appty by letter to 

Victoria Preaa. Box 519 Ihe Manager. Industrial Develop 

HEAL ESTATE AGENT "2* Bb '*' m Vlc 

Aggreulve nominee required to __I_ 

drietoi an nfftre In Victoria for an 9 ELF-CONTALNiJD HOUREKBEP 
expanding firm- of Realtnra now ing room and spending money for 
serving the 3 * western Canadian retired lady in exchange for 
province* with L3 office* Please telt*■Anna answering and occasional 
reedy to Victoria Press. Box MSI, tn rekef In smaii faster home in city, 
strict cqnfldence_Vlrtrria Preaa. Box XX_ 

help “Wanted -optician, com- starting January 5 necd 

binatloD dispenser and ^ap man. undenriandlng Meady peraon to 
lor busy North Daknte office slay wllh 2 children, 4 and 4, from 
tnmrance. paid venation. Pteait 8:VW:*1. 5 day. a week. *23 

send remim* Steirtly confldertlaj weekly. Interaiewe Sat. 1 ftm-4 
Reply, Box «n, Crook*ton, Minn., p.m. 1160 May St, Apt. 1. 

36714 _ - — ■ ■■ ■ ■ - 


Good Neighbors 
Door Prizes 
5 extra games 
35c a card 


CLEAN-UP SERVICE 
haul Inc, minor repair*. 
Rcaaunabla. 384-7140 


LIGHT 

painting. 


McCALL BROS. 
Funeral Chapel* 


DUSTMAN SERVICE 


KQ0 Vancouver Street 
38S-448B - 395-4466 - 3*5-4447 


LARRY'S PAINT ALL 
All typea of prtnNnra dona pra 
raaatonaily at lawet (baa li r a s ' 

prices r.u today tor fraa eatlmal* 
382-2*14. 


Gutters, yards daaoad. 4764446 

S UARE DEAL CLEAN-UP 
1 U26 Hilltid* 313-16 


IN AID OF 
Colonist 500 Fund 


Recommended by ao many in every 
neighborhood for dignity. *er\ Ice 
and moderate coat . . McCall Bra* 


ALL TYPES OF CLEAN-UP 


TRADE SCHOOLS 


work, big or small. Call Boh, 388-8213 1 
ANYTHING 1 


WEBB AND SON 

384-8827 — Paian hanging, painting 
Uuick. dean, reitabla. Flral-riats 
wuikmanahlp. 30 years' experience 
Victoria. Terms If deslrad. 


OLD TIME DANCE 
LAKE mu. HAIX. 38* QUADRA. 
Saturday. 9J2. 61 Columbian Och 
extra New Year'* Eve llcketa 
availatee al da nee or cttoaie 3R2- 
«n. Final dale Decender 27th. 


^ MONDAY 

ra CAMERON. Mn. Wlnnlfred 
[41 10.3(1 a m PRIVATE SERVICE. 

|« FAMILY CHAPEL 
COPELAND, Mr. Marita 
w 1:15 p.m —FAMILY CHAPEL 
» MOORE, Mlaa Gertrude 
25 2:15 pm-FAMILY CHAPEL 


RUBBISH HAULED 
of value bought for cash. 386-0482. 

IMMEDIATE CLEANUP. RASE 
mem, yard*, compost*. 384-7581 


TRAINEES WANTED 
I.B.M. Keypunch. 
Computer Programming 
N.C.R. Machine Accounting 
DRAFTING 

Architectural. M6ch. Structui 


Caatroctdrs 


Ailernatlon* — Itepaira - CablneU INTERIOR-EXTERIOR 

WILLIAMS, BRAY with special tow price*. Pho 
k WILLIAMS LTD. DouKiaa tor fraa estimate* «n-RWl 
GENERAL CONTRACTORS PAINT1NU AND UKCURAT1NG 

COMMERCIAL OR PRIVATF. Haarorahte r a I a a. aatlafacll 
851 C ORMORANT ST 3867141 guarantaad. Terms 383-7ge. 476-54 ■ 

W. CAMPBELL LTD- 2&gS£22?mmi 

Genaial Contractors - - -. 

Building Cunauitanla PROGRESS PAINTERS OPFh 

Cummncial and raaidaollal Altera- lh« beat and the hargalaa. »H343 

“rate. SJS«?drrt!i"A'nlw w 


*i OATS. Mr. Hem 
M —PRIVATE SI 
87 CHAPEL. 


FAMILY 


33 BANDS, MUSICIANS 
AND ORCHESTRAS 


1D6 TUESDAY 

- £ SHANNON. Mrs Margaret 
,2 11:«0 am—GRAVESIDE 8ERV- 

ICE. ROYAL OAK BURIAL 
S PARK 

711 DAY. Mr. Rlrhard 

in 1:15 pm-FLORAL CHAPEL 

1B7 TO BE ANNOUNCED 

1« PAULDING. Mr 4. 

DAY, Mr. Krnast 8. 


learning mechanic* and small Another tor tame duties 16 hour* GROUP OF 3 OB 4 TO PLAY NBW 
applicant repair Previous parts per week. Steady work 3S6«a36 Year’s Kva 63 s.m T7»e FACULTY 

and counter sales experience a . . nv *r*n t un nu'unv “i Club, UVIc. CrtKact Manager. 477- 
deftnit. -ct Vlctoris Prsas, Box ^ Fri^ ra “ w°e*. to°k,rp mh ” 

-- anlMhan* clean and poltehad 477- WANTED: BASS GUITARJCT WITH 

EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY FOR 428D after 4-30 p.m. _ e quipment to farm group. 6824717. 

JsSA STmS S E an,i™ 3« BUSINESS SERVICES 

work fir it For appointment cak Rtahmid ftS p ‘ y 1B P*™* 1 '' " Bl1 AND DIRECTORY 

Mr. Ptulaon, 47H-L106 —^^-—— 

SINGLE LADY RJEOUIRJM COM AccouB»ia t Saraic* 

panion-houaekeeper. In 50a. non- _ _ __ 

»mok«r, HveJn. Victoria Preaa, Box ACCOUNTING SERVICE. 
’ monthly and yaar aid. C6-325I]. 

Blwstinf 

ROCK BLAS TING. STUMPS, 
■It hea. etc. Fraa estlmatea. 856- 


PHONE 

direct 


SEABOARD Const. Ltd. 
Designs and renovations. 
Phone 384-0912 


NORMAN W. SMITH 
toaster and Stucco Gantrartnr 
Tap Workmanship — reasons b 


FARMER CONSTRUCTION 
Design —' Reooveiiona 
_ 368 5 1 2 1 _ 

MARDON HOMES LTD. 

New Construction - Homes and Com¬ 
mercial - Renovation* - Plans 
Financing — 5824)896 

RF.BNER CONSTRUCTION CO. 
Specialising In house and apartment 
framing. Exclusive qualify work¬ 
manship. 658-8905. 


OIL BURNER MECHANIC KK 

oulred In Nanaimo area, to servloe 
domestic oil burner. Experience v . 
neoeaaary. Give full qusMflcalions — 

parted Repay PjO LIVE-IN HOUSEKEEPER 

A BC needed from Jao 15 for elderiy| 

auu nuaiurco '— BenUeman—Lake HIM area. Apply 
SaNY MTEKENT t*-”* ** WOlntoent *° 1 

SE8 AVAILABLE A T T R A CTIVE 1N3TRUCTORES8 
RANCRISE BUREAU required to work In exclusive 
NADA. 388-4628 health club. No exporter** neoet- 

*moiTAVAILABLE " O mS Goveritmrat._ 

—... Salary as union con- GENTLEMAN REQUIRES HOUSE- 

- Contact Director of Nursing, keeper to live In, heavy work Ulum 

K.LG. Hospital. N el aon. B.C- rare of. Phone M2A045. 

NO EX EXPERIENCED WAITRESS RE- 
avaaifa qulred. Apply Part's Drlva-ln. 1— 
Douglas, after 13 noon, shift work. 


HAYWARD S CHAPEL 


NOTICE OF 
COPYRIGHT 

Full complete and sore copyright tn 
any advertisement produced by 


FOUR I 


LOST: TAN AND WHITE MALE 
cat wearing flea Collar Vicinity 
Lampsun and Wollaston. 382-9BB4. 

ILOCT GULLS NEW BLUE AND 
while C.CM. hi eyrie. 385-1183 eve- 

nlngi i. -- — 

--- Immediately 

r CLINKER BUILT ROW tract - 


Plumbing sM Hasting 


YOUR 


A W. TRANCI3, 'A H HAYWARD 

THOMSON ft IRVING 
Funeral Chapel 

Fat 1616 Formerly « Winnipeg LOST: 

A Dumified and Umteralandlng boal _____ 

Service at Moderate Cote 6, fraa, Jotmean St Float 364-7588 1 r , M1 - ... M .j r— 

PRE-NEED AT NEED - CANVABBKRS WANTED. 

SHIPMENTS HAVE YOU LOST YOUR CAT7 I lerimra neoemary. above 

1826 Quadra St Phuna 184-2612 Homes wanted. C.P.L 384-9862 earainas 3864HX2 


Brick Lafin 

AND 


■■PAIRS. 


RENOVATIONS. NE1 
-- - Job too small, thsharr 

Sales and Servloa, 386-7891 anytime 

ROY'S PLUWBJNG RXIIODKI 
ling, new work, repairs. H646g1 


CLASSIFIED 


_ BLOCK ’ 

General contracting. 866-3828. 

FIRE 1'LACES CHIMMEVa 
repai rs, ate . 982-1361 . 0. Ha 

190fi i BR l € K WORK. C H I V 
masumry and repairs. 385-2590. 


S. R HRCN8N. 382-27*7 
Repairs Ramodalllng — New Work 


C/oss/Z/ed-Victoria's Largest Proven Market Place—Where Your Articles Sell Faster! Cost Less to Sell-386-2121 
























I 


Billy (Dobniit, Victoria, B.C., Saturday, Dec. 13, 1969 


r~\ 

L * 


Program Schedules for Saturday 


AbouTV 



"Stoj huied lor the 
exciting second halt 
nt today'* game.” 


BUREAU OF USE¬ 
LESS INFORMATION: 
Friday's answer — I 
don't know who ordered 
(laude Rains’ words 
about c oncentration 
camp ovens blipped out 
of Judgment at Nurem¬ 
berg on Playhouse 90 in 
the 1950s. But I do recall 
that the sponsor was the 
American Gas Co., 
which may have been 
blameless. 

Today’s question, end¬ 
ing this week about 
commercials, deals with 
one of the most famous 
of all. It plugged Anacan, 
showed a heed contain¬ 
ing three boxes and then 
promised fast fast fast 
relief. Remember it? 
Tlien try to remember 
what was in each of the 
three boxes in that poor 
guy's head, Answers 
Tuesday. 


■HWIjUfalUErei 

CBUT 2 

KOMO 4 

KINO S 

CHICK 6 


Catianuogi cal. 
Callarv,,*. Cate 
Htt Wheel. 

Hardy Buy. 

Hr Cum** Grume 
Ptnk Panltrar 

H. R. Pulmluf 
Banana Spill. 


French Program 
French Program 

Fbot ball 

Football 

Foot hall 

Football 

Banan* Split. 
Jamho 

FIlBUIon*. 

Underdog 

a ub six 

Club Six 

Wreatllng 

Wreatllng 

Football 

F'ootbail 

Football 

Football 

Football 

Football 

Let'. Make Wl»h 
Comm Workahop 
Football 

Foot hall 

Football 

Football 

Football 




Lacroaee 

World Track* 
Skiing World 

Football 

1 Football 

Football 

Fnmball 

Football 

Fout bah 

Fort ball 

Football 

Lacroaa* 

World Track. 

Bug.'Runner 

Hockey 

Hockey 

Football 

Sid Breed 

World of Sport. 
World of Spoil. 

Football Weak 
Fuollrall Week 
Daktarl 

Dak tart 

Bugi/Runner 

Bug. /Runner 

Hockey 

Hockey 

Hockey: Wt.keod 
Weekend 

World at Sporta 

New. 

Viewpoint 

Dating Game 

New* 

New* 

D-ath Valley Day. 
Andy William. 

Hockey 

Hockey 

Hockey; Weekend 

W*«kend 

Bev HUIblllle* 
Gourmet Show 
Klahanle 

Newlywed Game 

1 .awr.no. Walk 
Lawrence Welk 
Hollywood Pal.c* 

Andy Willtom. 
Adam-IS 

Muvi. 

Movie 

Weekend: Film 

Bev. HUIblllle. 
Gamer Pyle 

Hawaii SO 

Hawaii SO 

Newi 

Politic.; Mavl* 

Hollywood Pal.c. 
N«w* 

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Movie 

Movie; New. 

Johnny Careon 

Gl.n Campbell 

Glen Campbell 
New*; Muvie 

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Johnny Corwin 
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J. P Pale he. 
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Peneiup* Pit Sop 
Srooby Doo 
Children'* Hour 
Pool hall 


Football 

Football 

Suapeiue Theatre 
Suaperwe Theatre 


N«nv» 

Sbnpcrw Thealre 

Su.penie Theatre 
Jackie Clreup 

Jactla detain 
My Three Son. 
Green Acre* 
Polttonal Jiaietlon 


Time 

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Animal World 

11:1* 

Underdog 


Sant* Vl.lt 

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Voyage 

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1 Spy 

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Star Trek 


Star Trek 


World of Sport* 


World ct Sport. 

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World of Sport. 


Wreatllng 


Wreitllnc 


Jackie Gleason 

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Jackie Gleason 


Windfall 

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Bogan'. Heroe* 

fare 

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Movie 

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HTNT 11 


New* <1:461 

Mink 

MuV»* 


M--V1* 

Fkrm Program 
Learning Talk 
Govt Story 

Right I teurt 
Steve Allen 
Steve Allan 
Sieve Allen 

Dennti Menace 

Batman 
I Live Lucy 
Cnilgen'i teland 


Judd 

Judd 

Banket ball 
Baaketbail 

Baaketbau' 

Basketball 

Basketball 

Movie 


KTVW II 


Cartuaoa 

Huk>'Hurm»r 

Bu«' Runner 
Spider Man 


K'n* Kuna 
Children '1 Hour 
Children'* Hour 


Frlaco Football 
Oakland Football 


Storytime JJ'Wto 

World Tomorrow Upbeat _ 

Cartuoni tj^MBl 

Caiiume Some Scanty 

Charlie Brown §rene Sejenty 

Freely Snowman Foolh *U Film 

Portrait Baakethall 

Portrait Baaketbau 

Yuu A ikad tor B BaaketbaU 

Jackie Gleaiun Baaketball 


Jackie nieaaoa 
Don Mea««r 


Wreatllng 
WreaUlnf 
Tall Man 
Reitltu Gun 

Thriller 
Thriller 
Bub Curoren 
A* Corcoran 

Bub Cum iren 
Bub Curourea 


wmmammmmmmmmmm 


Program Schedules for Sunday 


Prearaan mbjeet la lari mlrete change* kr 


Saturday Highlights 

m 011:00 a.m.-Thc debut of CBS Children’s Hour, 
a drama aeries designed to improve Saturday morning 
viewing. First is a boy-and-oat story and. ir you don’t 
aupport better show, like this, you’ll get Fantastic Four 
forever—7, 12. 

• 05:00 p.m.—Another showing of the best Peanuts 
special, A Charlie Brown Christmas-12. 

C-5:30—Frosty the Snowman, a new Christmas 
cartoon —12 

06:00—A rerun of Portrait’s Lee Marvin profile— u. 

C-9:30—Hollywood Palace’s king is Flip Wilson—4. 

Saturday Sports 

010:00 a.m.—The Liberty Bowl is the first of the post¬ 
season games: Alabama vs. Colorado 4- 

012:0Q noon—NFL, Baltimore at Dallas—2, 6, 7, 12. 

01:00 p.m.—AFL, Kansas City at Oakland—5. 

01:30—The Camellia Bowl: North Dakota State vs 
Montana. The two leading small colleges—4. 

04:30—Films of the recent George Chuvalo-Jerry 
Quarry and Joey Durelle-Donato Paduano fights—8. 

C-5:00—NHL hockey, Chicago at Montreal-2. «. 


(BUT 2 


ttM Ynu Relieve 
Wd You Brilev, 
t out ball 
Pool hall 


Tbl. ll The LU. 
Acv<«a Fence 
Faim Youth 
Dudley Durigbt 


KINO B 

Wumto Wunda 
Davny; Dean 
Gardening 

Eternal Light 


George of Jangle Jo# N.melh 

Panlamie FUur Football 

Ruilwinkle Pool ball 

Dlacuvery _ Fuuth all 

Hnebwvllle Fool b.11 

School bouae Fnrtban 

I rawer A rawer, Kuutbati 

lima. Amweri Football 


D(«rovery Da* 

Look ll> * Live I 
| Mormon Choir 
I Sporta: Foot tell 


Football 
Ft* A lull 
Football 

1 Football 

I Fool ball 
Foot ball 
‘ Football 
Football 


Film: Gardena Buwltng 

Cnreitrr Calendar Bowling 
Aurfabo" Star Tkna 

Hymn fang Star Time 


Commltmant XX Horat Kot 

Howard Thurman Country C 

Howard Tbarman Aadubon 

Chriatmae Sound, Gunamoke 


Horit Koehler Newwnakere 

Country Calendar F »‘Y The Nation 
Aaduban Wagon Train 


Dlaney Wield 
Dt.nev World 
Tommv Hunter 
My Worid_ 

Kd Sullivan 

K4 Snlllvan 
Wayne A Shorter 
Wayne A Srfaler 

Weekend 
Weak end 
Weekend: New, 
Sport,; Movie 


Challenge 

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Land of Giant, 
Land of Ulan I, 


Movie 

Movie: New, 
New,; Movie 
Movie 


Meet The Preaa 
Newa 

Bane Brtnker 
Han, Brtnker 

Han. Brtnker 
Han, Brtnker 
Bonanza 
Bonanza 

Bold Cbm 
Bold One, 

Nr*v* 

I Spy 


Gunamoke 
I Windfall 
I Tommy Hunter 
My World 

Ed Suulvan 
Ed Sullivan 
Wayne A Shatter 
Wayae A Shooter 


Weekend: Movie 

Muvie 


Wagon Train 
Doa'i Kal Dalneg, 
Uuale 

Rome with Love 

Ed Sufllvan 
Ed Srilhwn 
Letete Uggam* 
Lealle Uaun> 

Mlarioa lapoa 
Mkika liaptmi. 

New, 

Merc Griffle 

Mere CrifTIn 
Men Grlffi* 


CHAN 8 


Heart <11:161 
Album TV 

Pete', Piece 
Safety Roundup 
Kid* on Xamera 
F Troop _ 

a orta Hot Seat 
ovie 


Runt Koehler 
Question Period 
Urtaraad World 

Gunamoke Guitar Pley kig 

Gunamoke Critique 

Flying Nun Critique 

□ream Ol Jeaonlr Advocate, 


KTNT 11 


I New,; Hymn, 

I Revival Urea 
Vert Worehip 


KVU6 12 

Ortlook 

Cartoon. 

Carl.a 

Cartoon,: Football 


KTVW IB 


Rfcj Hum hard Fodbil 

Rax Hatnhard 

It 1* Writttt FortlaS 

Kathrya tanirmj Fo.Aha» 

VUea of Calvary 
Stere Allan 
Sere alien 

Steve Allen Foot ° ,M 


I Department S 
j Department S 
WS 

YU _ 

Mama Welby 
Marcam Wrlby 
Newt 

Koehler; Wreittinj 
Wrertltok 

WrertHng: Word I 


Forayla Saga 
Foreyte Saga 
Silent Film, 
Silent Film* 


Dannl, Wholey 
Dennis Wkuley 
Barbara McNair 
Barbara McNair 
Tommy Cooper 
Tommy Cooper 
Basketball 
Baakethall 

Bartel ball 
Batefalball 
Baakethall 
Mettral Store 

Door to Lite 

New, 

stere Alien 
Steve Alien 


Cartoons 
Ckrtuuna 
Goad Goya 
1 Love Lucy 


Ed Sullivan 
Ed Sulllvaa 

Amgen 

Avenger, 

SUia Impose 
Mlaalon Impure 
Marie 
Movie 


Discovery Day 

>te Roberta 

ig Picture 
Navy Adventure 


Bible Aiirerer* 
Cbrirtiether. Heart 
Fiahar Family 

A.A. Allen 
boo pa 
Expose 
Expoae 

RoStl el 
Rogue! 

Rickard Diamond 
DetertMea_ 

Detective. 

Interpol Man 
Mark Sabre 




Crifnw/yiv 2:00—Stiver River (fnir 1948 Errol Ftynn fun 1—4. 40 BUSINESS PERSONALS j 41 BUILDING: 

i JUl/UiUUy lfl.LfL'ltso C-2 :30—Winchester 73 (poor 1967 version), To«n twat important wed- - 

- ..j t . TTyon, John Saxon. Dan Duryea. The James Stewart ?' r * "“i***' Tl * 1 *“■“ CUBBON Ll 
9:90 a.m —Trapped in Tangiers (putrid I960 L&nund u mlich bette ^_ 6( g S8 515 ALPHA 

Purdom). Let» change the title: Loused Up in London, or c-6:00-White Feather 1 stupid 1955 Indians are good ta 

Pinioned in Paris. And think of Vichrrta. 11. guys), Robert Wagner, Debra Paget—12. - : —--I LUMBI 

10:45—Dakota Incident (fairish 1956 western). Linda C-9:00-Deadiy Bees (1967 no-names horror)-4. «* EDUCATION 

DarneU, Dale Roberteon. Dragooned m C-ll:00-Band of Angels (1957 Clark Gable loves tutoring 3 5SSS 

2:00 pm.—The Capture (f^r l^l adventure). Lew Yvonne DeCarlo). Sort of an educated Zarak-12. wfif SSS5" ! ‘-re* a Stur eS,. 

Ayres, Teresa Wright. The KTVW fikn is tired-13. C-ll:15-Call Me Mister (poor 1951 musical), Betty *£**•*£? 

1 ^fn I 25 ■>vlJf |JR 

2:30—Maybe a movie, maybe Steve Allen-11. GrmWe ^ Dailcy# 1>mnny TWaS| Rithaltl Boone Call MvAiTiSS: IrtSvldual 2 pcx 2x1^' Cedar 

4 : 00 —Joe Dakota (rotten 1957 western). Joed if imresnonitive_4 iittructioii: .xtcoding frtttdiy ,n<i :s pea. 2 xJ-«' carter 

_ __ _ , IIre irresponsive d. undar da wdlag abortion to rtudont, sou pc 2X&-IC' Each 

DakotoT —7. 11:20—Wild Is the Wind (fairish 1957 Anthony Quinn particular ""^x May w* wp « p«. 2 xH«' Eat* 

C-^.OO-Man Alone (1955 western, far too psychology , oves Anna Magnani). Romance amid the ravioti-6. I ^ universal tutoring INSULA 

cal), Ray Milland. Many dogs today-lL „ :4 (L The Lady Pays Off (silly 1952 romance). Lindal aSTSi. INSULA 

C-9 00—Return from the Ashes (1965 postwar drama, f) arne ]|— 2 . ptum* any um Fiu-egiaa si 4 "xi 5 '' it 

good oast, poor results), Maximilian Schell. Ingrid T^ulin, 1;05 a m ._ So i U . let Qaw (lS44 ^ RR[Mx)nt ^ lkahn drafting the proven '****" "" 

Samantha Esgar-5. Nigel Bruce). Kiro's late epics will be Sherlock Holmes115 s 1 >' , * Qn •*" HARDBC 

C-9:00 Silent Night, Lmely Night (new mad^for-TV from ^ Uirough Thureda £ 7 . ZSV?£2?SZ£ S ^ ^ 

romanoe), Lloyd Bridges, Starley Jones—8. sR«m. 

9:00—Darby’s Rangers (cruddy 1958 war junk), HKJH school at home, h-m Pvniria 

James Garner and the entire Warners’ stable-12. ^Iiw/Lv R/i/Zi'a 

011:15—Best of Everything (1959 soaper. worst of the ijttfltttty MkUltlO h mT*' __ ' LUMBERS 

day), Hope Lange, Stephen Boyd, many other victims—4. ’ 1 know and speak Spanish. 

C-U:15—Silent Night, Lonely Night (see9:00)-6. * :0 ° PJh--NHL hockey, Toronto at New Yoric-CBU|P ri vate ag 1 w■ mgy* nf pc. 

11:15—'Wild Is the Wind (witless 1957 romantic <s90 '- s Tm. " vea - 

drama), Anttiony Quinn, Anna Magnani. Too much 05—Remember When is nearing Christmas—CJVI TUT0 RING : PROF ESSIONAL kjl ^ 

pasta—8. (9001. brio by epenawtd foe Char 1x6-4 pcx 

011:30—The Plunderers (I960 western), Jeff Chand- • 7 , : ^~^P er * Ttiwitr, ‘ wlUl ^ 1969 Bayreuth m”Ci' a&jm'or Sdsas*" - °' d 

ler. John Saxon. Tf I’ve seen it. I’ve forgotten it- 7. ve “^ Gottordammerung-CBU-FM (105.7). --~ 

11:30—Devil Doll (poor 1964 horror)-11. ... , 8U> - U n er * Gala: highlights from Mendelssohn's^*_ FUiL _«ch 


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C-ll:15-Silent Night. Lonely Night (see9:00)-6. * :0 ° P-^.-NHL hockey, Toronto at New Yor*-CBU|P ri v a te tyreaii by■ aaiiyt and w u 

11:15—Wild Is the Wind (witless 1957 romantic <<ao ’* _ . , lIt sTm- lx=-“ p« 

drama). Anthony Quinn, Anna Magnani. Too much * :0 *~Kemember When is nearing Christmas—CJVI TU to RING : PROF ESSIONAL 
pasta—8. (9001. arts by axpananeed laacbar. ixfr-i pc» 

011:30—The Plunderers (I960 western), Jeff Chand- • Thwitr, ‘ wiUl ^ 1969 Bayreuth m7u£i Kmior mV - °' d 

ler. John Saxon. Tf I’ve seen it. I’ve forgotten it-7. ^^miwrong-tBU-FM (105-7). ~ ~“ 

11:30—Devil Doll (poor 1%4 horror)-11. 8.0»-^era Gala : toghU^its from Mendelssohn's _ FUIL _ 2 xi each 

• 11:30—Inherit the Wind (superb 1960 Scoi>es Waipurp Night-CFM S (98. 5). prbtouxis - oa, - <x>ai £s 

trial), Fredric March, Spencer Tracy, great support-12. *i*r* n T?^ cl °™ h ” t ^ concert ' mu * ic b > &J3 ^ 

C-ll:35—Wheeler Dealers (nauseating 1963 romanti- S a Str«uM. Sctiumaxin—CBU. ^ t note: ac 

comedy), James Garner, Lee Remick. Watch her if you H ' Dichter and tt,e - CU1 

must, but torn down the srxmd-2. H^a Philharmonic play Tchaikovsky's piano concerto «nu£« ltd. ^ ™ 

1:00 a.m.—Dear Murderer (fairish 1947 English m.vn . e«re i cm* pa 

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1:00 a.m.—Dear Murderer . (fairish 1947 English m-m ~ . 

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1:05—Saturday's Millions (1933 football loney), Robert on 8 s 
Young and the unforgettable Johnny MHck L'rown 5. • -Recommended; C— Color. 

1:30—Just Across the Street (dumb 1952 romance)—7. — ■■ ■ '■ ' ■ 

1:30—Glory Alley (barely bearable 1952 boxing), 

Leslie Carson, Ralph Meeker. How about Gonged in Glory 3d BUSINISS SIKVICCS 
AlleyT —12. AND DIRECTORY 

1:30—Race for Life (terrible 1955 automobobble)—13. a ..». . . ... , _ — 

3:00—Saint in New York (1938 bore) Haloed in *’ mm4 Sidi "« 

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Tutte -CBU (690). Tsatk Ti*iu 

2:00—A profile of ballet's Serge D4aghllev—CBU-FM —- - -- 

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3:30—Silence, a Haroid Pinter play-CBU-FM. creaiagattRa^o. »nu _ 

8:00—"Die CBC marks the 50th anniversary of the Surepa 

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elsbl KNfa, ao teui* Call Scotl 

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_ 417-40*4 or 2S4-ZUJ 

PRIVATE MUSIC LS390IU 0(1 

Most all instruments 

■ALL AND FAIRFIELD 
728 FORT - MMM 

ACCOrtDIOd. GUITAR AND PIANO, 
clanaol aad ditto. Inuu Krlih 
Park Studio.. HM Clovirdato Av*.. 
M21U or 382-835*. _ 

PLAY POPULAR PIANO 
* toattfta RoiuKl gnarutevd 
Idra Tod WIUMmp, MArKl 

44 TV. STIftlO, RADIO 
SALES AND SERVICE 


UUADRA-S AJWUAL 
PRE-C44RSTMAB 
CLEARANCE SALE 


PAY CASH AND SAVE 

Ore Ad Ureter Ml iretn av 


CAN YOU HELP? 


4x*X>4 oonded BM PANELING AND PLYWOOD 

4x7* V4 wa i ted *2.58 , BARCR1AINS 

txftxK .anted RS Avocado TVak 2.57 

4x8x5-11 Ununded S3 X jj?* 4.49 

hSOtitt P iaf ll lttUd 

CEILING TIL* - WHITE . . 33 

DXD and ittl. - « re, R 3 tSST Stwon, ^ 

aJKJ^tete . E 5 P" - Ma *Ae Sutte. «B 


PANDORA KURN.TURE LTD 
NEW AND USED FURNITURE 

KB PANDORA AVE ' 


V Avocado TttIf •> to FURNITURE REUPNOLSTERY „ 

M^Uany 1* V"* ^ 

tr A ah J V7 yuur IkAn. call 3. WlXtitt re G ngY) tv 

itt riifUrtluj Hndgrem, 382-51U Sandard Furol — 

» 3.3 tut *. m ^ _ .. 

™ ^ * 99 CLEANING H 

- ond , ss Upholteored fnmltorv aad carRvte 

_ , M cleaned aad d.mothed In yaor bam 


I ONLY 

YAMAHA PIANO 
Reg. S995 far S685 

sr Nfh ftott J’rortnclaJ 
ttth ratttednd bote 
US» TERMS 

FLETCHER BROS. 

Drestt- KUM anytime 


1 Only 

prikHe 


• Otar 

S48BM 


1 Only XT' RflA aoter 
comptert with rail 
rtand 


SopUc T.aka, ig w i r 
CloaalBt and Rffan 


-- nag .V . „ — " ' ** Upholatered fomlrarv aad carRvte 

____ i 4x*xH Parltel* brrerd it n , M cleaned aad d.mothed Id yaor bam 

1* PERSONALS 4x2*14 Gy.roc CU JiS. "" 16 3 hrtr Free EiUmkten Call 

--| 3\4" Fibresla. ImrtaUrei, 10* n Rlbtere Matereany partite Ambartadar Howie Bervlta. 3B2-6H: 

PAV Vflll un av " -l * * IxSxV Kim Lrenttr CSnro ISM MORS FOR YOUR FURNITURE 

LAN YOU HELP? , ,, v ___ purchaatts AriJar at TMUeute Far 

PANLLUNb HL YN EXTRA 9PBCIAL idture and Anollarice, TlUlWm and 

There are funlkev in too Greater «*7 Unfialrtted nuUncany C(l Alntbd _ Caartn Paiid Cr a l^ n rea r . m-ini 

victoria area ttio don't ovan have *** Wnodtrato bard hoard aerond. la „ . 1]0 _„ —r r~ ~ * r ~~ 


Ll. Saodard Funil --—- 1 On*r *" BOA noire nnrtahla 

cmrgdata anti rell-arnaad 

ixmn c " HALL A FAIRFIELD «•»« »« 

^id (B “v«r e h2E? MUSIC CENTRE 1 Onlv »• RCA mmt 

Sg->«ar— INSTRUMENTS - ACCESSORIES omaol# ttte to 

we fletvtte 3B2-6H: pRntf^’mmcSasoia 7 Otter *" no* Marti n. a reaicut 
OUR FUKNrTURK SCHOOL SAND RENTALS oonred. r« 

\t at TllUeure Far COMPLETE REPAIR SERVICE 

lance, Till learn and 728 Fort St. 385-8341 1 aff ' j»aA P. A mired 

■U1A ___ ronl e my rr ary Danlte realnui Ua 

■ Z-T ZZ\ -. • -r ~ rmixmii. a» D o*rero armd * ^ *«* 


- - mallrem. nr otirer himllree tore *** No 1 pre. fla. mail. «3 T5 «P IhM ha.ement room fnr a lAIrflrtd Movto*. IU8 * ,,nB * T ® kL ■*** 

■■■Pi £2" ■» 0v« ™ Mtma tcaed pre n. tt «• Chrire™. - S la. tore 49c ___Z Mmta rSJSS , ____ 

tod ttmlai family, ptmae write to 3upre Rnfahed mah In NKW RnrrFlH.HETl.TNFR Tim. K49 1 ttote «r_JOUA Matt IttAd Mate 


Sunday Highlights 


WARNING: NET'S Forsyte Saga may not be aeen 
tonight due to Channel 11's SuperSondcs game. If ao, Re 
missing episode will be on next Sunday. 

f%*'00 pm —David Frost has an hour special 
showcasing English comic Tommy Cooper—11. 


- ----- “ 1 rt tt family ptMae write 

GET NEW LTMANS CATALOGUE “* Vlrtorf. Praaa. *h1i« ><.ur 
Of Now in il tek Many price ciaiere "•"**. adirere. and phone iwnnhrr 
x p*r real d>*r«aal on aMI- tert yore wii \» ondaried l.r l*<* 
Norite Mill in rtfaoL Data Fyvta. ■** UTanereaetti 

IMW Kxcodite gima. MS.|g7 l -- a T / WI * *- 

Y- _ WKRC LOSING MEMBERS 

'“"•rt r. rxwcn. marn.p. If yaa re tinkle. 

BRmsHCUSTOM TAILORS rek, aew""*^. "anT^X 
„ n reada MU tea Cta and jirer.rit *1 oar dure far The 

“ Sire W ' ****+* "«* O Stt sS p.™ 


mda *rtU rta cta. and , mrirtl ll oqr 
cuit. ter luBn tt awtearere We realtaefatt —q 
alter, mnodteud rretpia _ >ite5T JV* 


Ushl. mediant and dark 


A CAMPER TRAILER CNl 
CANOPY TOP 
Parti and Plan .lacked 

* to S Monday Thr«*h Friday; 
I: IB to I Saturday 

S. J. PEDEN LTD. 


_ NEW ROCKER-RBCLINER, TUR- 

STEWART & HUDSON quolae, sinaer<ran urelal. Jerrey- 

Onen 6 dav*i — 7-in S -m k«H>»rrtte. Orlatert SI®, 

0 aa y B ~ < -3U - 5 .30 i *ioj. Phone ESMflM 

Charges - Budgets twin BBOS ~ with sprinqr. 

Phone 386-3211 4a * .«r tt tea <d dreware m 

400 Block Gorge Rd. East - - 

_ ___ FURNITURE REFINISHU1G AND 

XMAS SUGGESTIONS repair*. Donate Jutaah. 472-2067. 

Wort Bmah (matertadi_ tt« Kr «* *««■■«*.- __ 

Tool Rack „ . *7 M DANISH UPBOLSTERY 

SaUhoaf Bnai KM* - EaUmate., Dtelerey. Ptotrepa Trm 

S^D*a5r:“:r:“:“-St__ 

=*'«" . NEAR-NEW SOUD MAPLE 

Greeafami. . SU60B oukttal Oufiee hate* and tteepfatoe 

SAANICH LUMBER tebte to nretrti. St^ lg g. _ 

SMI IXiOgl.* a. JBS-2UC THE Hrtiraa UPWOLZISRY SHOP 

Near Ute Mayfair Stopplns Carire » JOHNSON Sf. Ml mi 

J* - •«""« »«l headtorerd, a* «ew. tottm 


TWIN BEDS WITH SPRING*. 

trialii wrt ritete of tt w a . m 


FURNITURE RBTIMISHU1G AND 
repair*. D*onte Jutaon. 47S-2061. 
Free eatlreatn. 


UU RLAMSHARD 


n» Fret. E-artrtre. 2855 Quesnel SL 


G4HJ0 pm —David Frost has an hour special Tire S*nk. L.. WAT Nt,: ^ra iwiT 

shiAvcaalng English oomic Tommy Cooper—11. ej mir Wmrrm. r».^ oornrmaat m tnS WHY PAY MORE? 

C-TjOG-Second ron in this area of a new version of ZSLSB&A ^ Fff ?S? 

Hang Blinker, with Richard Basehart, Eleanor P*rker, ... - _ l . Ptrr > _ sr ** onfatt ui.hr _ j., 

John Gregaon, Cyril Ritchard-5. i? „. Ra ?" 1 y marjqrie l\ 

C-?:30—First run this season of the fair Oiristmss C ^ 1 „ view tree service ri**W refd.rt*vtetre! r . STS? 1 

cartoon How the Grinch Stole Christmas- 8. ia » a - uNau.t-u SLSV* , *“ ,,er * f ■ rB,D ‘ crf-S- aTrefaM i- 

• C-J.-00-Wayne and Shuster’s second special this „JJ^wiaimc* rS *" rirtSSS tom a 

season. If you saw the first, you 11 remember Goodbye * P rei,ci5^» tt'atSritt (*•*••» »wi Portland re mem nek 

rViliiimHiia UUnr-Ruia •> R rtLwln INdIRrn "*™ *“ W4H ENttllltttt Mttui l <r 


rwy New Gem ortan, |7»: new Rattwr 
IlSB. men hr, piano CIS; 1 near-new 1 JB-, 
teu Italian pianoaccordton U4S. 
CEC rrNG PIANO SERVICE 
NOR. 4T7-WU 


aoy. M»* uaaa spmixal com 

1 Only ROA tort I ateld (Uta 
S pre dte i Low Boy. Re« KU7S. 
SPBCLAL KMKO.QB 


Columbus. Hilarious—2, 6. 

• 9:00—The Toy Hrat Grew Up features three Mack 
Scnnett comedies from 1915 and 1916—9. 


mu tttictlre lot tetania 
■Bnmtt, INSU R ED JaS-MB. 

gUNSHINK UUAST THk.1 

zzh.sztthr ' 1 


0-10:00 am—NFL football, LA wt Detroit-7,12. 
C-10:3tt—AFL, New York at Miami-5. 

C-U:0D—NFL, teams not reported—2. 6. 

C4:00 jun —AFL, Buffalo at San Diego—5. 

C-l :Q0—NFL, San Fraocisoo at Minnesota 7,12. 
07:00—Pro basketbaU, Seattle at LA—U. 

Sunday Movies 


AND M0UERN 


EATWARUS WALL WASHING 
Free Satire***., Ml-ena. 


WINDOW CLEANING. ~ CONNER- 
teal aad saareal hnttttted ria*—*. 

r h K~.T?a*«'JSfc a “ b; 


SANITIZED VAN LEAVING FOR 
Prelrie. weakly, na^nx _ 

40 BUSINESS PERSONALS 

PHYSICAL FITNESS 
Coats less than S100 per 
week at the 

386-7511 "Y” 386-7511 

AMAEW QfcY QUTCE RKLUFre 
arerehte d mxdrt aru. rttt 
Ottkar *poU, denlri pl.l. rerre. 
tott auras, with Fletcher'i Irea- 
Moatt Mttkctne (LOO at aU that 


TxS—•*" preftolalwd ptt .. «V. 

I'xir-V prannfattd W*mt 4 to 

Portland re merit nek 17S 

prriiaittad reabJEtay I'nT M.W 

Untied o nattily crillas Ufa. 

* R. t, tel 13'xlT_*7 77 


*° w*ter leak*, cvm ret* mrirer I7MSW 

under water. Albilol d» winderfui - —-- - - - 

cement UxuJing anlartai Uiek* arw TWIN REDROCM SUTTT NBBM 
CtoCrtte to old. largo ruom. 2 green Chlnete rua*. 

KLAttn BUILDING SUPPLT raatteung. 8xJ3 fart 1x7 OMBUS 

no GartreU^Raad^ LTC VCAITB ARARTMINT SIZE CHROME SET. 
Opp B.C Forest Gate In parfari afartltHMV 6M-I3U_ 


LANGFORD KJLL«»G SUPPLT CEDAR POLES » FT TO in *a|,c jr -. lasTTWiMaSaTR 
aad hardware n located at Nook. Bate Ofire XM 6J MU SI CAL liuisIMINn 

MB Goldteream Ana ttmi Msa _ ' 

BUILDING A HOUSE? 42 FURNITURE the ^ma e Sg^Sus ic 

CALL H ot aK a o LD F WNnrUKi. fT ever can be yoiirb H, with A a 

nr , SMUrSk ns** ^ MmMS 

READY MIX LTD. ^.r - -- __ win- you but the vert 


FURNITURE 


ONE ONLY KSTKY ELEC- 
trofac chard niga". 40 bare, 
walaut cifa.h. SparialW priced 

*aw 

WOODWARD'S. MAYFAIR 


Organ! Chriilmaa Catatofiu. 
feature. Phil If* 3 keyboard 
vegan Chrtatafai aperial (SSb. 
Li ml fad ittriy ConveMrtit credit , 
lemu. Woodward'. Mayfair. 2*d 
Floor 


Music Lessons, Repairs 
Rentals and Instruments 
BERNIE PORTER MUSIC 
1724 Douglas - 382-0542 


On* aaiy HAMMOND CHORD 
organ, recert modal ISM. 
Conv.nlent credit term*. 
WOODWARD'S, MAYFAIR 
2nd Floor 


AI ADD A FULL OMUM SECTION to] 
H j-mr 'tt" Mfa a Wurtltxer 
> j 1 iexvuiai 'bw-uttn Ajriun" at | 


Sand, gravel, drain snivel * oa<> 


■rsuisui. sines, 


best, viarr ou» store and soon pcano reid organ 
SEE THE DISTINCTIVE CAB1- g» Frit fa. SM-4S29 i 


HTEUMO OfaAttAfiCE 

1--RCA CappetH* « watt aurekfier 
teianafa. 4 S%" re.nl in a IS " 
Ottfa Bfasas Awn aovar recreo 
tirrtfa norapart ra*at and 

atf'Reassp 

1—ISCA French PrattncW Ftoei- 
wnafi W ware wraxiftor ritaheer. 
4 SW and 2 U ipuJon Record 
•borage In cwfa*. Re*. *>72. TO 
ulbm mmm 

QUADRA SKRVBCENTRE 
3514 Quadra — 3854422 


WANTED 

Reliable parly bi cnnUno* pajmenia 
of *17 monthly (■ rapataeued coin 
T V. Find com*, flret ttrv.d Open 
tUI ». 

SOID Kaqulmall Rd. l.BD.i M3-1TW 

See th. aautena new “SANYO' - IV 
Color TV. An *aay fa apreaU ret at 

high quality- Bright natanai i 
64 IK 00 at 

“ELECTRON' , V \ 

M0 W. Bnralda Rd. 


WINDOW CL* A NINO REal 

C-10:00 am.—Zarak (1957 Victor Mature loves Anita * norarearmai aretcox «c 

Kkberg)- We have here the sotwest lemon, ripest turkey ■ --—----——- 

and snarUe-t dire of >11 time-11. 37 RROUSSIQMM. iilVICP 

2 and Pa Kettle (1949 Percy Kilbride victoria hypncks smvp i 

kjvsfa Mujoie Main). Y'know, I'm getting old eaou^i so c yber netics ctkhtmi* Iti^i 
M arj looks at good ns Ekberg. Sometimes—2. SUITE a. os pout if. fcfa • 


TAttO T CARDS. CUP AND 
mntiu RXADIHGS TOUR 
HOME OR MINE. 

M3-rare cr tn-cai 


and re«ly mixed concrete. wih*«okoi*d ntumd oouch ?LI’ ,v ^ 

For free eshmate &T 

Phone 478-1701 or SEXSnE ■3?““ "*™ BEMiI * PORTER MUSIC 

Rcs ^5 r *^ 37 w 47 *‘ ,oe6 ouows dbsesT ready to am.sfn^Tw' bay 

2949 Phipps Road faD-aus -ws hill rotr 

Open Moo. thru Sat. (6 days, cmtoMF kitctcn set with e wan no ar sri 

-- --- ..... ekalre. read caadklan DD SM-MB. baa sritar M44M2 

oak goirre^aRUGi^ no. l fa nmTOM mahogany smio iupu neck 

^l,„, yAtqy tngr cablntt Beit otter Uke. 384-7023. guitar. iLwer. drum* 


nUdWHlIUiim FROM now on imar a4-M2 

2iS“ Wm ®“ CAUUMOl OJS »- » CIISTOM MA*3GANT S T S R E O IUPU NECK m«A4H« 

gig*_ .ami ■— ^ H** 11 ”*- *** 0tter Ukr ' guitar. IL^nx Aw.a Uto-iJ* 

OABB_ RXADD1G PHONE ttl-teU UfanMrly. North ct Ok Latt. ^HGOntG AWAY. FURNITURE IN- M DUCKW-jRTH P1A.V7 TURKS 

■*>_» p re. ire ttttNrtttfate_ cre^R skicreT- «*—« m* kto* , mmm _ mu* 

**W" PATN JfaWWB. CTRXR. SB »ltt*itt a< » fretto JB" reaktt I WALNUT WRAT-ttN OLDER 1» BAS* HOHK1J 

vojttte, traoc* reatengl JHSfafa. 43 2771. MB 7®4 aoenrittre, IDE. C7S-XBS 


’£££*** 

“’SfflEUpaea 


_ Og*te «E«*> 'Ml » _ 

TAL29KAN MUSIC CENTRE 
DynaM faaran Cireitxawtt. 
Available; Gritan frore K12.W 
Spanish Made Haatecal Guitar* 
NOW tN STOCK 

«W Yafa* _ 3M4m 

GXVK A WURLITZER 
lOrtan or Ptreiol IM* Kinre. 
SCOTT PLANO *nd ORG^ ^ 

Qgtt Nitty re a 


RENTALS 

U". IT". IS”. ll~. 23" 
and al*o aura. o*a tv >bU, tapa 
reoirder* and mould player*. 
GUARANTty TV A JID R ADIO 


»" ADMIRAL COLOR 
RPRCIil. 

Reg fTM SS - NOW SE9B45 
ATLAS STEREO CENTRE 
164 Furt 385JD2 


•tt «7 *- TV. 

coodltioa. ‘ 


















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*4 


TV, STEREO, RADiO 
SALES AND SERVICE 


New and Used TV 
and Combinations 

Shelbern Radio, Record Player 
Stereo Combination. Leu than 5 
year old. Apt. atze console 
Beautltrt condition. ONLY (ISIS 

21” Zenith TV Magnificent Low Boy, 
wood veneer cabinet, twin apeak, 
era. 6-month 'picture tube war 
ranty. Traded-In on color aet. 
ONLY *199.95 

Brand New — Fleetwood 28" 3-way 
combination. 23" bonded picture 
tube. AM-FM-FM atereo radio, 
4-apeed Garrard changer. 

ONLY J399 95 

Brand new — Fleetwood 25" color 
combination, 23" Spectiacolor 
picture tube. 3 year picture tube 
warranty. UHF and VHF tuner 
oolor-look automalic fine tuning 
AM-FM and multiplex radio 
Garrard 4-apeed changer. 

ONLY 1995 00 

with approved trade. 

BRISCO ELECTRIC ORGAN, alight 
ly uaed. perfect condition, with 
bench. Was 1299 98, NOW ONLY 
*179 95 

Color TV. outstanding values In 

FLEETWOOD, ZENITH. ADMIRAL 

PANASONIC. 

MANY OTHER MODELS - I 

and Uaed. 

FROM *49.95 
See ua now at 

MAIS FURNITURE 
3821 Cook St. 385-2435 


44 


TV, STEREO, RADIO 
SALES AND SERVICE 


SMALL A PT. RCA AM FM 

STEREO'S TO CLEAR 

— 3-piec# mini-mantel In 
walnut > gSS.bb 

— 8-plece low profile wide weed 
awaken *l4tU# 

only ail In one low hm 
market *127» 

oaky with bultt-tn 4-apeed record 
pfeyer -naked gta» ltd *188.88 


on*y modem 
atand smoked 
aide ane&kerfl 
com pi etc 


■tyHrre chrome 
bd Removable 
4-apeed changer 
1188.88 


1 only ax above wMh white trim 
and blue oover 018.88 

1 only email . < *artrt> Mnditet-ranran 

1 only Cnnlemporary Dari* walnut 


antiqued pecan wood 


Reg. 


«s% 

aui> 


only Colonial .. Low Boy 
(MSB. RPECDW, 


RCA cakwdal Low Boy 7fi wait 
amplifier Garrard 75 changer 4 
3%'’ and 2 - 1C" weaker* 
centre record storage and 
covered grit la over 
M. SPECIAL 


SSft 


CE 


speaker* 

WEAR 

*488.* 


QUACK AND WHITE 
TV CLEARANCE 


2 only 32" portable 


3 only 19" portable. 
*229.50. SPECIAL 


19TO MODEL EMERSON 

25“ Color TV—features auto¬ 
matic fine tuning and U.H.F. 
5-year picture tube warranty 

SALE PRICE 5669 

With Approved Trade 
NO Money Down. 

NO Monthly Payments 
’Til January 

At The Traders 
715 Finlayson 
(Beside Mayfair) 
388-6264 

Open Nightly ’Til 9 
COLOR-VU T.V. 

3530 FAIRFIELD RD. 

BLACK and WHITE 

SERVICE CALL 

55.50 

with this ad, 53-50 

COLOR 

SERVICE CALL 

57.50 

with this ad, 55-50 
Best Service in Town 
BLACK and WHITE 
RENTALS 
SALES SERVICE 
9 a.m. to 9 p.m. 386-6311 


VERY LARGE SELECTION 
of Used TVs; also Hi-Fi 
and 3-Way Combination 
LOW, LOW PRICES 
AT 

The Traders 
715 Finlayson 
(Beside Mayfair) 
388-6264 

Open Nightly *Til 9 


I only 19” pnrttal* 
*198.50. SPECIAL 


45 


MOTORCYCLES 


*13**9 


Reg 
*188. X8 


2 only W tnw Roy cnmwt 
Keg M!9 96. SPECIAL *388 * 

1 inky 23" walnut floor nmdH 
Reg *379.96. SPECIAL *319.96 

1 aky 20 " de lux* portable. 
Reg. r»95. SPECIAL *288 88 

1 onlv teak low bov. 

Elec trohrene. New *448.50. 
SPECIAL *178.88 


MINI BIKE 
SPECIAL 
5219.95 

Features: 

—3 H.P. Briggs and Stratton 
Motor 

—Mag style wheels 
—American built 
-Reg. 5275 

ACCESSORIES 

Just arrived—large s h 1 p- 
ment of quality riding boots. 

HELMETS 
White: Reg. 532.95 
Special 524.95 
Metaiflake: Reg. 

535.95 

Special 527.95 v 
Face shields, Reg. 

53.95 

Special 52.95 
Relmet locks. Reg. 

56.95 

Special 53 95 

See us now at 
MULLINS MARINE 
SALES LTD. 

925 YATES STREET 
VICTORIA, B.C. 
382-1928 


1 only 23" 
SPECIAL 


cnrvrtt* 

$125.00 


COMPLETE RADiO STOCK 
TO CLEAR AT 
13 PER CENT OFF. 

QUADRA SERVICENTRE 
3514 Quadra - 385-6422 


TV RENTALS 

The Beat TV Rental Service 
From as Low as 17.00 Per Month 

PHONE TODAY 385-2435 

MAIS FURNITURE 
1823 Cook Street 


OOIOR TV SPECIAL 
With matching atereo. Top com 

S nent*. Italian Provincial cabinet*. 

■ TV. AM-FM Record player. 
Tape Jacks Both for the price of 
one Mr. Bell 386-2450 or 384-9668 


ties 


C.H.S. 


REPOSSESSED 11) STEREO. LIKE 
new, with I-track atereo tape deck 
built In, walnut cabinet; 12) 1-way 
combination, black and while, wal 
nut cabinet Reliable party may 
take over contract on above Hem* 
*15 a month. Contact Art. 386-2458. 

CHS 


MAKE AN OFFER 
Harley Ua video n Sportster 
XLH, small tank, electric Marl, 
tarn mile*. Asking *22Uti. 

'87 Barley Davidson Sportster 
XLCH, uroitl tank. Ilk* new. Asking 
0.495. 389-4866 


1970 MODEL HARLEYS' AllRlV 
Ing soon Raptdoa and three-flflleo 
Watch for them. Priced right 
durable. Best parts service 

BROOK LAND'S MOTOR CYCLE 
907 Fort St 383-9926 


70 MIAVY EQUIPMENT 

AND MACHINERY 

D-2 CATERPILLAR TRACTOR 
tront end loader vdth bucket and 
fork lift. *2.300 or beat offer. 478- 
3649. 

OC 12 BULLDOZER 

478 1985 

7 1 FARM IMPLEMENTS 

FORD 

Farm and Industrial 
Tractors and Equipment 
FORDSON Super Major with 
S. Duty loader and 14 ft. 
backhoe, $3,200. 

MAYHEW & STRUTT LTD. 
2300 Douglas St. 386-7704 

74 GARDEN SUPPLIES 

Fartilixal 

CLEAN-OUT SPECIAL CHICKEN 
manure 6 raids. *13; hag. *1 
Valley Farms 478 UI73. 478 2590. 

FREE FERTILIZER 

You haul. Oak* Poultry Farm. 880 
Downey Road. Sidney 

DUCK MANURE. 50C A BAG, 80C 
del Sidney Duck Farm. 666-4412. 

Plawlng, Rotuvatlng 
and Cultivating 

COOPER S TRACTOR SERVICE 
Gardens, yard* tractor rotovated, 
plowed, cultivated and levelled 
Mowing. 382-S31& 

C STARK ROTOVAT1NG, BRUSH 
and gras* cut. po«l bale*, etc., 
luadlng and hauling 4T3-3T57 

DON'S TRACTOR SERVICF. 

Plow, cult, rotovate, level. 477-3911 

CENTRAL SAANICH TRACTOR 
Loader, rotovate, etc. 852-3306. 

Tog Soil, Rocks on4 Pill 

FREE FILL. HAULING CHARGE 
only Sand, ravel 474-3713 477-5371 

WANTED- TOP SOIL ANY QUAN- 
tlty or we buy acreage. Pacific 
Tractor. IsiHSOfi 

NO. 1 TOP SOIL. CLEAN FILL 
blasted rock. O.K. Trucking Co. Ltd. 

3S6-3414. 


10 BOATS AND MARINE 


1986 YAMAHA 306 SCRAMBLER. 
'N.tmO) mile* *350.00 or trade for 
■m*ll motorcycle to carry no 
camper truck Phone 47H-68H4 alter 
five. 


CYCLE CENTRE 
YAMAHA. BSA. TRIUMPH 
LES BLOW S MOTORCYCLES 
2941) DOUGLAS SK4-7843 


1986 HONDA 90 EXCEIXENT 
Oondltlon. Offers accepted. 477-1754 


44 


BICYCLES 


BROWN SANDY SOIL, 7 YDS 
far *28. sand and gravel S yds. *13 
Paclllc Tractor Service 385*06 


REPOSSESSED 

22" COLOUR TV - TAKE OVER 
PAYMENTS of *24 50 per men. 
CALL JIM - 386-2450 
EVE 388-9230 
C H S 


THE BAY 

TELEVISION, RADIO 
MAJOR APPLIANCES 
EXPERT REPAIR SERVICE 

Repairs made in year boras or In 
the service building by competent 
technicians and backed by lamous 
HHC guarantee. You can uae your 
HAY Account 

DIAL 386-1313 LOCAL 240,241 


HARMON KAROON CITATION I 
stereo pre amp. Citation O atereo 
power amp., 120 watts RMF. Pair 
of speaker ayatema with 35" 
Jenaen. Gnmtonan* horns and cross¬ 
overs. 80 watts RMF each. *0-8860. 


10 SPEED RACEHSI 
179.96 and up Genuine Hurdler 
jJcycte* — Convertible* - Tricycle* 
— Easy term* — TYatiew Accepted. 
ROBINSON'S SPORTING GOODS 
1307 Broad SI 385-3429 

Over 200 Bikes to Choose From: 
Avoid the Downtown Crush' 

RUSS HAYS BICYCLE SHOP 
2542 GOV'T 384-4322 

Where You i'irk at the Door' 

BIRDS SMALL BOYS. SMALL 
girl's. *17.50 each. Young man's 36" 
3- speed, ai niedy done up for 
Christmas. 38341876. 


FOR SALE: 
speed HuMler, 
479-4882. 


33" ADMIRAL IMPERIAL T.V., 2 
year* tad, 4 speakers, excellent 
rondtlon. cort *420. asking *200 
Will take portable as part payment 
582-6851 


STEREO. NORDMEND. HIGH 
class cabinet. AM short wave. 4 
speed dual change, cost *700, will 
sell for *135 383-9027 from 7-9 a.m 
after 5 p.m. _ 


STRETCH YOUR TV PURCHASING 
dollar, compare prices at Tllllcum 
Furniture and Appliance. TllUcum 
and Craigflower 384-1216. 


VALLEY FARMS SHREDDED 
peat soil. 478-2590 or 478-1 073. 

77 CAMERAS, SUPPLIES 
AND PHOTO FINISHING 

ARE YOU PAYING 
TOO MUCH 
AND WAITING 
TOO LONG 

FDR OH OR PROCESSING’ 

Bring your next roU of Kodscolor 
to Victoria Photo Supply'' You get 
a 12-expodure rod processed to BIG 
]ranbo print* for ONLV *2.99 
20 exposure roit only *4.49. Super¬ 
fist Iwn-day service at no extra 
charge 

VICTORIA lTIOTO SUPPLY LTD 
11*15 Douglas Street_ 395 4156 

LIKE NEW 35 MM KONICA AITO 
reflex. 1-8 lens; 135 Telephoto lens, 
28mm wide angle lens. *250 or 
l»esl offer. Phone 381-72*1 after 1 
p.m 

NIKKOREX F-3S MM CAMERA 
with F-2 lenses, case, Qlter and lens 
hood 364BH 


BOY'S BLUE 3- 
new condition *19 


BOYS 26-IN. C.C.M. RAMBLER 
Boy'i 26-In. 3-ape rd, extras. 478- 
4606 


24 IN BOYS BICYCLE. HIGHRTSE 
handlrtiars. *16 or near offer. 384 
5876 

BOYS IdPEHD BICYCLE EX 
cetera condition, many exlraa. 384 
7933. 


35 MM AUTOEYE CAMERA WITH 
flash, gadget bag, also electric 
shde viewer 656-35ul 


WANTED S3-MM ENLARGER 
|j(ua srr, other dark room eouip- 
menL 3H6-8BT8 


COMPLETE DARK ROOM E4JUIP- 
merk. *150; 3 artamattc vlenaes lor 
Penux. sail each 332 3219 after 6. 


FREE COFFEE 

BOAT SHOW 

This Saturday, 10- 
dusk BOSUN'S wide 
world of sailing 
afloat at 

CLARK’S MARINA, 
SIDNEY 

Santa has just de¬ 
livered our Christ¬ 
mas stock; at Christ¬ 
mas prices! See and 
sail. 

FREE COFFEE 
CAL 20, 1969 new 
style, 5700 off. 

FREE COFFEE 

CALGAN 23, Just off 
the sleigh, 5500 off. 

FREE COFFEE 

CAL 25, just out of 
the box, 5500 off. 

FREE COFFEE 
COLUMBIA 22, 
super deluxe, 51000 
off. 

FREE COFFEE 

COLUMBIA 26, the 
ultimate! The best 
26 footer there is, 
5600 off. 

FREE COFFEE 

Only the best sailing 
craft are available 
from BOSUN'S. All 
boats are guaranteed 
to fit nicely in any 
chimney. Can be gift 
wrapped and deliver¬ 
ed under your tree. 
Buy your dream at 
the dock now or book 
now for spring de¬ 
livery. 

Don’t forget when 
Christmas comes, 
can Easter be far be¬ 
hind! v 

Afloat at CLARK'S 
MARINA, Sidney, 
386-1308, 656-3421 
Jeremy — 477-6334 
Rick — 572-3161 


10 OOATS AND MARINI 


10 BOATS AND MARINE 


OAK BAY YACHTS 

BROKERS FOR: 
New and Used Boats 
Sail and Power. 

JUST ARRIVED! 

THE AMAZING 
SUNSPOT 

This little gem is 
only 15'3" long yet 
has 4 berths, table, 
ample locker space 
and a compartment 
for a head. It is 
c ompletely equiped 
including worm gear 
roller reefing, 2 
sails, out board 
braeket, and pulpit. 
THE SISTER TO 
THE SUNSPOT AL¬ 
THOUGH ONLY 17 
INCHES LONGER 
HAS BEEN SAILED 
ACROSS THE AT¬ 
LANTIC SINGLE- 
HANDED! 

The SUNSPOT has 
been brought to Vic¬ 
toria t o fill the 
budget of the small 
family who wants a 
reasonable and safe 
cruiser. 

Come and see it 
Today! 

We are dealers for: 
Raws on 26 and 30, 
The Grampion line 
of boats Trojan, 
Grand Banks, Paci¬ 
fic East Co. and 
Intermarine. 

Open 09:00 Hrs. to 
dusk 

Charters and Sailing 
School 

"At the Marina” 
1327 Beach Drive 
386-3488 


Batin (Eoloniat. Vlctwio, BC., Soturdoy, Dec. 13. 1969 27 

82 MISCELLANEOUS FOR 


GIFT IDEAS FOR 
CAPTAIN AND CREW 

Bushnell "Banner” Binocu¬ 
lars. 7x50 Single Barrel, 
shock mounted, 100 per cent 
amber coated lenses, ultra 
violet filters — 557.50 with 
"Insta Focui” — 569.50 
Five year warranty — also 
custom grade at 599-50 with 
20-year Warranty- 

Quality English 8-day 
marine clocks, matching 
barometers in brass or 
chrome, singly or mounted*] 
on teak in pairs, 525.00 to 
574.00. 

Depth Sounders, “Seafix" 
D.F., "Swoffer" Speedo¬ 
meter*, ships lamps, marine 
heaters, galley alcohol 
stoves, air horns, flare kits, 
navigation kits, Avon 
Dinghies and many other 
salty items of top quality. 

The Quality Built — High 
Performance 

HAIDA 26 SLOOP 
MAYHEW & STRUTT LTD 
2300 Douglas St — 386-7704 


R2 


MISCELLANEOUS FOR 
SALE 


36 MM KODAK CAVALCADE 
projector, spare tan*), lfi treys. IS. 
382-4665 


BOYS RALEIGH BICYCLE 36" 
wheel*. buUt-tn generator. .Tawed, 
crtier extras, glee new. (SO. 9R8-5VB 


2 BICYCLES 


TV RENTALS 

Rent lalest model portable TV 
— also color TV console* at 

BUTLER BROTHERS LTD 
1720 Douglas St 38MB11 

(actual from the Bayi 


PHILIPS 1970 stereo components, 
tape and cassette recorders, AM-SW- 
FM-FM stereo tuner and amplifier 
from *199.00. 

PHILIPS htgh-Odellty stereo loud 
speakers. Large selection la choose 
from at: 

"ELECTRON" 

100 W. Burnside Rd. 

383-5432 


Like new pen*sonic reel tn reel 
stereo tape recorder with satellite 
sneakers - was *389.00 NOW ONLY 
*249. Ask tor Luttwo- 386-2450 CHS 

FLEETWOOD COMBINATION 24" 
radio 4-apeed record player, 4 
speakers with doors, good condition 
at only * 150 . 3*4-7282 

1970 MODEL ZENITH STEREO * 
mo. old. 300 deg circle of Bound, 
rwfl re beat offer 384- 2943. 4-8 p.m 

21" WESTINGHOUSE CONSOLE 
TV. reconditioned. *80 or beat oiler. 
479-2010 


BOY S 3-SPEED MUSTANG. NEW 
condition. 3X4-5628 averting* 

OCM BOYS 20" 2-WHEEL LIKE 
new. *30 479-2474. after t 


NORESCO STEREO SYSTEM. 1 
year old, speaker* over 'uaed. 
perfect cundilicsi. *6-2083.__ 

SONY TC 4-TRACK STEREO 

cassette tape del*, C2fl. 9BC-9875. 

SONY 531 SmtBO RECORDER, A- 
Uaed 100 houra. *300 or offer H52 

2W7. 


HELP! WERE OVERSTOCKED 

Clearance of several good uaed TVs 
In working order from *35. Electro- 
home 3-way radio, atereo, new 
picture tube *10 per mon. Open 'til 
9 ntghUy. 

independent Buyers Discount Service 
904D Esquimau 3X3-1780 


CANCELLED ORDER. 
Contemporary “yle stereo, electric 
luring, dual rtiengar. airing doors. 
Reg. *1000.00 left owing PM 00 fug 
warranty — rash or terms Call Jim 
- 386-2450, eves 388-9230 
CH.S. 


flPARTON STEREO, MAHOGANY 
console, exc ellen t condition, *125 or 
nearest. 382-4233 evenings. 


65 


MOTORCYCLES 


BOYS BIKE, 26 IN.. OCM. GOOD 
condition. *25. 384-1327 


10-SPEED LIGHT 
PhiUlCa racer. *77-089 


GIRLS CCM COASTER. *20: | *4S: 1»U Crit pool 
boy'a 3-speed Raleigh. *40 479 S4N9 I 'rentier 45 *135 


FIRST SIZE GIRLS' BICYCLE 
good condition *29. 477-2176 


POLAROID LAND 

*1111. 479-4237 


CAMERA 100, 


37 MM CANNON FX 
€7X45772 


79 SPORTING GOODS 


RIFLES: 30-30 WINCHESTER, *79 
RIFLES: .30,3 0WIN. *T9; 

3030 Sav. *9: 32 Marlin Lever |» 
22 Browning pump *59; Z! Cooey 
repeater *19; 30-M P. Hale *109 

Shotguns: CM 20 Ga 3" *95; 12 Hun* 
rthle *89; 12 Rem 58 auto *125; 22- 
410 Sav. *49; 22220 Ga Sav *U2 
Hand guns: 9 mm Weither *68; 22 
Kuala *37; 32 Derr *29 38 Artra 
*45; 1850 Crtt pocket *175: 1879 Colt 


Plus 

Gun ragout, cleaning 
snipes. duck decoys 


GIRDS' ENGLISH BICYCLE. NEW 
condition. 479-1331 


BOYS lfi" BICYCLE; GIRL'S 3- 
lived 23" bicycle. .183-9970 

BOY'S 2-WHEEL BIKE, IS LN 
good condition. (18 383-6049. 


SMALL BOYS. 
*17.50 each 


WMALL GIRL'S, 


FOR SALE. GIRL'S 18" BICYCLE, 
like new. 125 477-4W9 


1966 HONDA 90 SCOOTER. NEW 
motor A-1 ahape, price Include* 
be! met and aaddle hags, *185 510- 

to'.d. __ 

HONDA 580, NEW ENGINE. NEW 
paint, knobfcy tire*, skid plate. *160 

o'- best offer Hairnet Included 3S3 
2536___ 

RATES SEATS. NEW HANDLE 
bar* amt alloy lender for BSA's, 
many other parts. 477-3972. 


EXOELLENT 
*M. S45-41M. 


23" ADMtRAL CONSOLE. A-1 
shape all around Coat *359. sell ior 
*100 383-31 77. _ 

SONY TC 800 PORTABLE. PLUG-IN 
tape recorder. Near new. *125 
Phone 3*5-6502. 


BAKER ELECTRONICS LTD. 
Tap* recorder aalei and service 
U11 Quadra (rear) 384-9844. 

LHNOO MANUAL TURNTABLE 
L70 atereo, 4 speed unused, *80 5574 
Hiimterty. Nortti at Elk Lake 

cTl. TELEVISION. *30 
3X6-278* 


19" PORTABLE RCA TV, 
old. C00. 478-2506. alter 6. 


1965 HARLEY DAVIDSON 14 
c eelra glide. equipped. Duncan 746- 
7916 


IW HONDA 50 CC 1900 MILKS, 
holm eta and goggle* *180 or offer 

Pn 479*4100. after 6 p.m. 


1987 SUZUKI 200 CC. AND AC 
neaataiea. *W1 or lake gmaij oaf 
and narii In trade 668-5664 


MUST SELL ffl aOuVIiA MOTOR 
a-.-a-t 90. Road and bail btke. Best 
olfer. Box 3KV8333 
1968 HONDA CLL 450 - ONLY 1.000 
mite*. No reaaonable offer refused 
hi-JJIl 


« BSA soil. *550. 

J42-M85U 


1968 TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE, 
like nee. exlraa, otter*. 4795882. 


HONDA 5A S.S., EXCELLENT 
condition, *106 95K-66Efi 


Winning Contract 

By HOWARD SCHENKEN and RICHARD L. FREY 


Vnl: 

Both 


NORTH 

♦ K 5 

^ Q J ? 

0 K Q J 

* k 97 62 


WEST 

♦ I 10 9 8 4 
9 542 
0 A 10 8 

♦ A 5 

SOUTH (0) 

♦ A 2 

■9 A K8 

076542 

* J 10 8 


FAST 

* Q 7 6 3 
9 109 6 3 
0 9 3 

* Q 4 3 


BOYS 3SPEJSD PHILLIPS. 
3B44I09R. 


3-SPEED BICYCLE 


67 STOVES AND FURNACES 


Practice Hockey Nets 
from 57.95 


RAY’S SPORT CENTRE 
1692 Douglas St. 385-6312 


SHARKSKIN DIVE SUITS WITH 
All seami sewn su lhat they will 
not come apart, *66 up. Xmas 
specials on tank*, regulators, packs, 
apear guns, and diver*' watches. 

SCUBA SHOP 
1919 DOUGLAS ST. 


MOFFAT "GOURMET" 

The range that gives you 
double oven cooking conve¬ 
nience and also cuts your 
oven cleaning chores in half. 
We have just received anoth¬ 
er shipment of this popular 
model in all colors including 
the new HARVEST GOLD. 
From as low as 5298 
with your trade 
C. TAYLER 

707 Johnson St. 383-3281 


FOR SALE A BUNKER OIL HOT- 
water boiler. No. 2 burner, propane 
tank*, all control*, etc. 100 gallon, 
10,008 watt, noroeatlc hot water 
tea* In clreuft. Presently I natal Led 
In 14 suite apt. Abel Tradirv Co., 
Vkgnrta. 38XB54L 


MOFYAT PROPANE R4NGtE 
w4h garbage burner. propane 
water healer, and 2 TOT-4b tanka 
with control*. *101 K4Q 


ASHLEY WOOD BURNING 
heater, model 25 CF. Thla haa 
thermoatal control and I* almoal 
new g*i «6J192. 


The bidding; 
Soatk Weal 

North 

F.swt 

Pares 

Pam 

1 i 

Pawn 

2N.T. 

Paw* 

3 N.T. 

All Pam 


Skill at cards does 
not depend on some in¬ 
nate gift, as some 
people think. Many 
players who are now 
experts began as quite 
poor perlormers and 
have Improved by at¬ 
tending to certain prin¬ 
ciples which have 
stood the test of time. 

One of these princi¬ 
ples is that if you have 
two possible lines of 
play, you should try tn 
assess which line offers 
the better percentage 
chance. 

In this deal you are 
at three no trump and 
a vpad.? is led. You 
can count on three 
tricks in hearts and 
two in spades, and you 

therefore have to develop four tricks in clubs or diamonds 

You can afford to lose the lead only once, for then 
the opponents' spades will become established. Accord¬ 
ingly, you have to decide which minor suit to tackle - you 
do not have time to go for both suits. 

You cannot make four trick* in clubs unless the queen 
Is in West * hand, a straight 50 per cent chance. On the 
’other hand, to make four tricks in diamonds you will 
need a 3-2 break of the outstanding cards. 

It is a mathematical fact that, in the absence of any 
special circumstances, five cards in the defenders' hands 
are likely to divide 3-2 about 68 per cent of the time. Sn 
the best chance, undoubtedly, is to rorce out the ace of 
diamonds. « 

Not ail percentage plays are as simple as thaf—but 
a good many ot them are. Incidentally, you should mem¬ 
orize the 68 per cent figure: you really do need tc know it. 

IA Brtl-McClur* Syndic*t« Fretur*) 


POUR YOUR COTTAGE 
Cyelrw Boor turace, wltti 80 -g* I too 
tank. S' itand. chimney, pli>e, etc 

632-2050. 

a.E. STOATOLINER ELECTRIC 
Move 41x26, 3 drawer ttcragr. mint 
condtttan. *125 478-1135 


an. 2 on b.tu setcler space 

heater, find dam oaodUion. *75. 6S2 
nee 

StEGLER O I L HEATER. 1ST 
claw condition. 386-1263. 


UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT 
Royal Coadunan Tackle Shop 
Muitang Floater* *39 95 
1225 Government St.. 384-5032 

PEETZ SKI "SHOP 
Ski iqulpment headquarter*. 

Beginner* tu experts. 

574 Johnaon Rental* 

FOR SALE-SET OF MCGREGOR 
grif club*. Iron* <3-UI, casfa-ln 

K Ucr; 2 wood*, ] and 4; tag. 
.» *17-1900 


FOR HIS CHRISTMAS. SPALDING 
T«*3iament Registered Golf Club*. 
Wl4wnd aet, 9 Lrone. 4 wood*, cart 
and hag. HO Arm 382-2986 


COMPLETE SCUBA OUTFIT, 
largr lank. 2 *lage regulator, fuX 
wet mil. Mae We*t, maak and Aim. 
Excellent condition. *20u. 892-2376. 


r VELD ENA METAL SKIS WITH 
I«ole*. 1 Pr. 9H Rleker 4-taidde iki 
boat*. A* new. *75. 889 Pine St 

R U G E R SEMI-AUTOMATIC .22 
calibre carbine. *30. Call 3R3-55.S9 
after 6 p.m. 

SET OF WILSON GOLF CLUBS, 
hardly u*ed. O'Brien slalom ale* 
and ski Jadtd. 47IL38TO 


REMINGTON MODEL 878, 12 

gauge automatic ttmtgun. *105. 956 

asx. 


2 PlAAR BOOBY HULL H KATES, 
good condition. (9 a pair, alae* t 
and M ritt 


CmaOiAN 38 COMBAT X 
ticket gun. amrouritlon, htet, hot 
Iter. *25. 38S-883H. 


ARCHERY AND FKHINO SETS! 
ROBINSON S SPORTING GOODS 
13U7 Broad 


MEN'S GOLF CLUBS 8 IRONS, 2-8 
Gold condition 3KI-tflBQ 


GpOD SET OF GOLF CLUBS, 
toon*. 3 wood* and bag. *75. 477-5738 

YOUTH'S SWEAT~SUIT 
383-1535. 


MCCLARY SPACE HEATER, 
good Condition. *30. 479^506. 

SPACE HEAT«Ut WITH STAND 
and oil drum. 3NB-8U5 

70 MtAVT EQUIIMSNT 
AND MACHINERY 


Open lag lead: Jack ol apadea 


USED INDUSTRIAL UNITS 
Caae 450 with 1 yard loader and 
14 ft. bark hoe, good wo rid A* order. 

*9,500 

530 1968 Contraction King 
Irartor with loader and 14 ft. back- 
hoe, excellent mechanical condition 
*6500 

Ca*e 10 Crawler dle*el eneloe with 
angla blade, gaarmadc which cren- 
plete wttb canopy, undercarriage 
good. *6,500 

BUTLER BROS. 
EQUIPMENT 

Keating Cram Road 
Phene 02-1121 Local 38 


ao BOATS AND MARINE 

•FALCON" 

Be the 4Ui aklpper to own thla 
clsaatc OWh-Viotoriai 38 ft- brtdge- 
dedi dtap la cement crulaer- Good 
condlUon 11-68 aurvey Chryater 
Crown 4-cyl orulaea at T knot* |1K 
G.P.H.1 70 gal g** 141 water 

Sleep* 4 plu*. fully tound far year 
round cruiilnK or live-aboard Oil 
(tove, phone bookuo and more. By 
•<w»»r *8500. To view call .. 


PRE-XMAS 
PRE-INVENTORY 
SALE 

BOSUN’S LOCKER 
Downtown is clearing. 

reg. Sale 

Telo de luxe 
wirtdvanes 10.95 7.95 

Spinnaker 

repair tape 4.89 3.00 

Ch artwork kits 
with Pll rules, 
dividers ,etc. 8.95 6.50 

13’ Minisail 

de luxe 695.00 475.00 
10' SWIFT 

DEMO 395.00 275.00 

WHAT A CHANCE TO 
SAVE ON XMAS 
SHOPPING 

and other Xmas ideas. 
Clinometers just 2.55 
Tide tables 50c or 1.00 
Sailing knives from 3.25 
Mustang Floaters 

from ..34.95 

Windspeed devices 8.95 
Handbearing 
compasses . 12.95 

BOOKS LIKE 100s of 
SAILING BOOKS 
and more and more and 
MORE at 

BOSUN’S LOCKER 
580 Johnson St. 


MMM MMM 

MMMM MM MM 
MMMMM MMMMM 
MMMMMMMMMMM 
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MMM MMM MMM 

MMM M MMM 

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MMM MMM 

PERFECT XMAS GIFTS ! 
COMBINATION 
WATER SKIS 
50% Off — $21.95 Pair 

SKI VESTS, TOW ROPES 
20% Off 1 

"Use Your Chargex" 

MERCURY MARINE 
SALES & SERVICE 
736 Cloverdale Avenue 
:«&S922 


VAN ISLE MARINA 

A RARE MODEL 

33-ft DIESEL CRUISER, heavy- 
duty dliplarement hull, gumwood 
■heathed tor protection. 6-cyl. 
Perkin* diesel for reliability give* 
continuous erasing at 7.6 knot* 
Phone, rounder and all equipment 
for extended crulidng for 6 perron 
F.verything In top condition. Sub¬ 
stantial discount tor cash No 
trade. «lfl,700 


CHRISTMAS GIFT 
' SUGGESTIONS 

Floater Jackets 334.95 
Rain Suits ¥12.98 

Dunlop Sailing Boots (11.98 
Dunlop Deck Shoes J7.78 
1970 Evinrude 1% Mate 
Xmas Special 3139 00 
Aircell Life Jackets $8.99 
Gift Certificates. 

Boat Bumpers from 99c 
Sportyak H $139.95 

Wind Pennants $4.25 

OMC-Style 5-Gal. 

Tank $15.99 

Compasses 
Speedometers 

MANY EXCITING GIFTS 
TO CHOOSE FROM 


OAK BAY MARINE 
SALES AND SERVICE 
Oak Bay Marina. 384-4141 


GIFT IDEAS 
for him 

LINED RAINCOATS 
Showerproof with warm, 
snug zip-in linings for win¬ 
ter wear or year 'round. 

$29.50 

FINE KNIT TURTLENECK 
DRESS SWEATERS 
Easy to wear, easy to wash, 
all shades and white. 

$6.95 

MEN’S SUITS 
Pure wool, fine worsted and 
hopsack cloths in new, rich 
shades of green, blue, bur¬ 
nished copper and gold, also 
in old favorite shades of 
brown, blue or grey mix, 
patterns and plains. Tailored 
in wide selection of fittings. 

$69.50 

EXTRA PANT FREE 

MIX OR MATCH 

See Our Unusual 
Gilt Items 

Exclusively at . , . 

LES PALMER LTD. 

714 View St. 382-2825 

Just Up From Douglas 
Free Parking 


Keys — All Types 
cut while you wait 
by experts. 

HOME 

Office 

Outboards 

Handa 

Mazda 

Datsun, etc. 

PRICE'S LOCK AND SAFE 
SALES AND SERVICE 
847 FORT (AT QUADRA) 
384-6221, 384-0631 


Mel’s Mel’s Mel’s Mel's 
MEL’S BARGAINS 

a?—. 

J pc. Oak Dimn* Itoom SU. . Jjjsn 
* pc. Vanity D mwhi SU..*8S »0 

Kitchenette*, chatr*. TYt, range*, 
fridge*, cheiterfleldi, dUplav cibln- 
et*. •retain rocker. occa*lonal tiialr*. 
co Oet and riep Uh*. ruga 

823 Pandora Ave **-1152 

Dp polite B.C. Hydro 

Mrt'a Mel's Mel’s Mel’s 


SOMETHING KSVERENT! 

Croae how - Pafo Mick - SMB** 

- Scooter - Gerry Can4« — 
Decoy* — Hreaealiue* — tl Bicycle 

- Pedometer - Hertrto 
Mearope — Hand warmer — ate. 

'rOBTNSON’S SPORTING goods 
131(7 Broad 3HB4H* 


THE WAREHOUSE WHOLESALE 
Fund Distributor*. 47 Songhee* Rd 
First turn left, 100 feet pait John¬ 
aon SL Bridge. Price* effective 
Thur*., Frt., Sat. Open to the 

K bllc dally. 3 a.m. tn 5 p.m. Open 
turday ‘til 6 p.m. We reaerve the 
right to limn quantttle*. Large 
Farm-Freah Egg*. Grade A. doz. 
46c; Canada Cholc* Laan Prim* R'b 
of Road Beef. lb. 79c: Canada 
Cholre Fre«h-Ground Heel, lb 49c; 
Canada Choice Lean Short Rlha of 
Beef. Ih. S»c; Double Smoked Lean 
Pork Picnic*, lb 49e; Jell-O. all 
flavor*. 3 pkg* 27c: Green Giant 
Nlbtet* Coro. 2 vacuum-packed Bn* 
39c; Encore Detergent, large Wh 
hag 98c. 


■air*«%£• 

SPECIAL 

SHORTBREAD 52r dta 
VICTORIA WEST BAKERY 
438 Cratttflower Rd. 


XMAS SPECIAL 

Silk hlloer*' tent*, «lze M4 by V by 
3Vi', weight 4V* Iba. at W-S-Staej 
by 7 ft. by 5 ft. weight 5Vi Iba. a8 

VICTORIA TENT A AWNING LTD. 
»1 Frigard SL 382-3213 


CANCELLED ORDER 
I2'xfl9'9" — 100 per rent deep plied 
Gold wool rug REG C2.CC per ao. 
yd- LEFT OWING *14-96 per *Q yd. 
Binding I* Included — to view catt 


Jim 




2450 


CHS. 


eve. 3869230 


BIRRS 

nneet 


CLEARANCE SALE 


Neve deep V boat* 

Buy now and lave. 


ngtlah- 

knri* 


CHRIS CRAFT, 27 ft. 'Ooratetta 
lion.' tsS - h.p Chri* Cralt FWC 
with lea* than 10 hour* *lnce 
complete rebuild, Including new 
piston* and etc Phone, rounder, 
propane ilov* and many other 
extra* Winter priced 
only *8.500 

EXPRESS CRUISER. 2* ft. ITM.p 
Chryaler FWC. Top condltlno. 
except need* a hit of vamiih. 
Hence low price of *6.000 

DISPIACEMBNT twin aerew S3-T 
all-weather erul»er, mahogany 
hull, copper faxtened. En ; 
bust. Very economical 7-8 
cruising and wilt take you 
anywhere tn any weather. *8,975 

MAHOGANY PLANKED '"Aergla* 
aheaJhed 24-ft IH-OR crulaer, 150- 
h.p. Mercrulaer. Sleep* 3, pro¬ 
pane «tove, rounder. A fine boot 
for only *6.750 

SEA SKIFF. 19 ft with SVh.p 
Volvo IB-OB. Fast and very 
leaworthy. Sleep# 2 Kt.250 

SAIL— We have a choice of 4 One 
malting craft—TBIrd Stoop. 30 ft 
Ouls&w Yawl. X ft Ketch and a 
4Vft ocean-going Ketch. AH are 
priced to *ell. 


For more information on thete and 
other winter value*, call or phone 
Steve DIcklMon or Geoff Simpaon at 
the Marina. Open weekend* for your 
convenience. 


VAN ISLE 
MARINA LIMITED 

Taehum Harbor. Sidney. 656-1338 


IT Glaacrmn 
seat*. 

Re*. *698 

14'4" Glaacrafl 

■eat*. 

Reg. *1010 


Runabout, upholstered 
Sale CB9 

I Runabcag. aleeper 
Sale IBG0 


IT Glam-raft Runabout, sleeper 
seat*, full camper top. 

Reg (2330 Sale *1795 

IT Glair raft 12P H.P. Mercnriaer 
I.O., aleeper *Mti, camper Urn. 
Reg. *4875 Sale *«95 

H' Grew Exprea* crulaer. sleeps 4. 
full top. 160 H.P. Mercrulaer 
Reg WB5 Sate *7985 

ANGUS, MARINE 
KOI DOUGLAS ST . *4 7431 


VISIT CANADA’S LEADING 
JEWELLERS 
HENRY BIRKS and SQNS 

diamond* are Canada's 
value. We Invite your 
comparison. Marked *avln** on 
relate Jewellery. See our »«ectlon 
of ring*, brooches and earring*. 

BUDGET TERMS AVAILABLE 

Manufacturers at stiver holtowware 
snf flatware, Importers of English 
bone china and fine quality 9wt»* 
watche*. 

BIRKS 

706 Y*tre Hillside Cert re 

382-4241 _ 36 2-7 237 

SEWING MACHINES 

See our Christmas specials 
on all models. Good selection 
of portable and console 
styles, made by Bernina, 
Brother, International and 
Husqvama. 

WOODWARD'S 
Sewing Centre 
2nd floor 
Mayfair 


100 H.P. AT 3590 RP.M. MAC 
Diesel Engine. *:1 reduction gear 
*iaoa 

ORR MARINE 
SI Erie Street *0-6813 


CANOE COVE MARINA 
GOES SAILING 

WE ARE NOW 
VANCOUVER ISLAND 
AGENTS FOR 

CORONADO 

34-30-25 


GULF^SLAND 


1-2910. 


PACK SETTING 4D-TOOTCR FOR 
the 70s Wm. Garden's Aitlmate 
mttg express crulaer. Aftoal pack 
age. ready for your maOhariijal 
and outfitting. *94.920 Bee at res 

a snL Phllbrooks Shtpyards Ltd , 
6-USf. Skbtey. RC 


3 r STEEL TUG. 6T1 GM 4:1 KYIX 
gear. 3 position Hyd- Steering 
radio telephone, *00 gal. fuel. I 

bunks, oil stove, sink. Sale or 
Charter. Price *111.501 Phone 
Nsnalmn Shipyard: N a talma 713- 
115!. 


MUST SELL 

tlkcgn steel clad art* rib building, 
never been aaaecrtbted. will erect 
anywhere In B.C. Write Vklorus 
Preee, Box 507 for full Infra ma (km 


WB>U>SALE PRICES 
On new and aaed Crawler Tractor 
parts, for Ca*. International, AC 
John D eere, etc. Duly Free 

Wert Coast Equipment. Int 
7777 Detroit Ave.. S.W . 

Seville. Washington 98106 
106-Ra34n» 


ISO, FORD DIESEL TRACTOR % 
yd. frost bucket. 3-polnt Mtcb. new 
rear Urea, new king pine. 10 speed 
traosmlaaksn, ready to wat *77 
5171 


TRAILER AND 1S-FT FIBRE 
ataas boat with controls and custom 
make top.. 40 bp. and I h.n 
Etinrude motors. Used 2 times In 
fresh water. No maunatito cf trr 
refused. 3&4MI < 


Coronado 31, Maple Leaf 30 and 
Gulf Island 29 available now. 
Coronado 30 and 25 available early 
3970. 

INTRODUCTORY PRICES 
Maple Leaf 30—*12,995 
Coronado 25-48500 

Prices Include pulpits, lifelines, 
motor, running rigging, berth cuah- 
Icni, etc. No salle. 

CANOE COVE MARINA 
Swartz Bay, Sidney, B.C. 
656-3915 


DON'S BOAT TRANSPORT 

Equipped to move boat* 14 feet to 
40 feet 

34-Hour Service — 479-1014 


SHIP CHANDLERS—McQUADES 
We know what you want and nee 
and we can supply It! 11 
New shipment of floater Jackets. 

SPECIAL $34.95 

1252 Wharf St. I bottom at Yatest 


FOR THE 
NAUTICAL MAN 
IN THE HOUSE! 

First Aid kits 
from $2.15 

Boat cushions (Gov’t 
app.) from $5.50 
Compasses 
from $9 95 

Speedometers 
from $18.95 

Electric horns 
from $10.75 

Electric windshield 
wipers from $15.95 
Hand windshield 
wipers from $9.50 
Spotlights from $9.35 
Stern lights 
frem $6.95 

Battery boxes 
from $4.75 

Steering wheels 
from $13.95 

Yamaha outboards 
from $139.00 

Much, much more to 
choose from. 

See us now at . , . 

MULLINS MARINE 
SALES LTD. 

925 YATES STREET 
VICTORIA, B.C. 
382-1928 


EXCELLENT BUY, MEN'S BUTTS, 
three 4-rtece-a P<*, •»* 

vret. six 41-35. suitable: V* to 6'_ 
Brown check, blue check, and 
geen Up-to-date style*, hardly 
worn. Btawa man returned to 
school. 386-1737. 


WANT TO MAKE MONEY? 

Have tew flrst-daas special Inven¬ 
tion* for sale Can be used world 
wide; never on market See de¬ 
signs. Apply Victoria Preaa. Box 

479.__ 

LOVELY 16" BABY DOLL HAND- 
made clothes; nurse* unttorm. aiae 
14. worn once: Phillip* electric 
razor; man'* Camel hair overcoat 
in gnnd condition; aleaping bag. 384- 
6544. _ 


22’ BRANDLMAYR CRUISER 
Full caravan cover Heads, galle). 
75 h.p, Johnaon. *2256. Offers or car 
trade, financing arranged. B6-362? 

SACRIFICE14' D R E AMBOAT 
with 35 bp. electric Mart outlmnl 
Factory trailer alt A-1 only *395. 
Cash or terms. 6SA1BT5 


EL TORO, Afi NEW CONDITION 
Complete with mast boom, and 
new Dick James red and white 
aau. Good buy at *310. 479-091(1 


tT C H RISCRAFT RUNABOUT 
Fully equipped, motor, trailer, etc. 
*175t). Wul trade for oar. truck, ete. 
Closest offer 656-3607 


4ir TROCLER. “CASPIAN SEA" 
* 8,000 or best cash olfer by 
Dweiraber B. 479-560* 


1969 4W1 P. MERCURY. COM 

piete with taric and era*rot*. *6- 
2771. 


14 FT. SAILBOAT, CABIN BOAT, 
runabraiL reasonable. Deer: Cove 
Marina. 666-*]II 


CHRYSLER V-fl MARINE ENGINE, 
overhauled. 4JK-1S24 or 477-5338. 


SEN-DUR HEAT EXCHANGER. 385- 

2779. 


CHRISTMAS TREES 

5,000 BIG BUSHY 

OREGON JACK PINE 

FINEST QUALITY 

LOWEST PRICES 

2590 Cadboro Bay Rd. 
OAK BAY 


NEWLY OPENED 
HENRICKSON AMD BOM 
APPLIANCES 
820 Cormorant 

Service 388-8122 Salee *8*4 TI1 

sITf F L EBOAJRD 1S-FT COM- 
mete with rocki and Coal 

*rn Sao-lfloe *226 firm. MoMls 
Maid dirowariwr. a# new. *206. 
Phone aa6-om. af ter 8 psa. _ 

NEAfll NEW WASHING MACHINE, 
*75; fridge. *35; wood Mcwe. M5; 
electric atovea, *10 and *BDl 
North Quadra, 1M p.m. Saturday 
and today ____ 

FOR SALE OR TRADE; 2T TV. 
perfect oandltkm, *76. lor typ*- 
writsr (* what have you. W»o 
todtoa 1 good clothing, alza C2-4C. 477- 

Lltt__ 

TUXEDO SUIT, SIZE 40. TALL 
double brearted; shirts and be*, 
wont twice; blua worsted *utt. *u* 
40, tall, double breasted, w orn 
twice. *45 eac h or offer*. 3BMBr9. 

CHINESE HOOKED RUG, 
excellent shape. *25; Striking 
original oil painting "Fantasy. 80 
48 In. by Wetdcm Munden, 
652-2988 after i p-m 


*85. 


by 48 : 
Phone 


Dryer vert kits *6.73. 
elements from *8 50 
appliances from *1.86. Wringer 
rotters tosn *5 50. Wringer roller 
leering* from 90c Wringer wattier* 
rrom *14.95 

CHARGEX 


TELEVISION, BLAG* AND 
Rarge top',white, Arlmlral XT' 

V-belt for condition, *115. Dtrti« room tahla 
and 4 coairs. *M1 or oBers; wringer 
weaher. 3H5-2B79. 


FOR APPLIANCE REPAIRS 


TELE-TECH SERVICES LTD 
1202 Wharf St. S8&6783 


A MAGAZINE WITH NO ADS 
"Hiananists in Canada." edited and 
published In Vlrtoria. Buy the spe¬ 
cial year-end issue with articles by 
Brock Chisholm and Gordon Pollard. 
Discussions on Bertrand Russell. 
Abortion. Cburche* and Indians- 
Book Review*. 40c from local book 


Humanist Greeting Card*. 
Phone 386-7*47 




35 RP JOHNSON OlTmOARD. 

boat and trailer. CfiO. eag-1475 


81 


TIMBER 


200 CEDAR POLES 30 FT TO 80 
ft. located at Sotfee. Bert Oder 384 
woo. 


WANTED: LOGS. BLASTING, 

drilling and land rlearlng. XB-3RS6 


WANTED — STANDING OH 
failed timber Perry Bros . G8-74*1 


WANTED TIMBER AND LANDS- F 
Ralnsford, 813 Fori- 383-7522 


12 


1 —Trio 
New. 


MISCELLANEOUS FOR 
SALE 


Short Wave Henetver 
SPEOAL BE 50 


KEE’S FOOD MARKET 

4101 Sbelhourne St. 

Open 9 am to 9 p.m 
Sunday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. 

Closed Monday 

Prime Rib Roast, lb. 89c: Rib Steaks, 
lb 99r; Pork B«Jtt Roast. Ih. «9r 
Jelly Powders, assorted Jetl-O, S- 
m.. 10 for 99c; Bread. 24-m loaf, 
3 for 89c. 


G.E. IRON; 2 TBJKI8. ONE 
large. one medium; 2 ■nail 
wngora; 1 aonoter; 1 portabja 
eteotric heater; 1 tape recorder 386- 
8Q8K. 14IM G rant SL _ 

Grow 2 Inches InaUntlj with 
THE TALL SHOE 

Field's Shoe Store. 13U0 Govern¬ 
ment, 388-3621._ 

MECCANO, *10; ELECTRIC TRAIN, 

S O; firescreen. *2; RCA TV, *36; 

vi yards of drapery fabric, lined 
drapra 36 3-3864 _ 

CABLNBT HADttO AND H*EORD 
riayor IB Solid oak angle bed 
and tail boy, *80 Cheat at drawers, 
*35. 477-57 51._ 

BOY'S HIKE. MEDIUM SIZE, *211; 
2 pair boys' drates, slxe 2 . *3. slz* 
5. *4; 2 gkt's Ogure ifcating outfits, 
ti re 8-10. B each. 478-448 8._ 

CHEST OF DRAWERS. T1RU6ANE 
de luxe bike, chretarflald, Inglis 
muring machine with paimp. baby 
Items. 958-6068. 


SINGER SEWING MACHINE 
(pedal type). Beatty washing 
machine, copper lub. electric (log- 
type I large healer, 110 volt*, 5 5- 
la. cans •'PoH-Oor" pallsb, *5 per 
can. or 5 for *21.75. Glassware, 
el rctrl c and hand rooking u tonal Is, 
etc. Apprihlment, M2 2664. 


TftICYCLE, DOLL HOUSE. TOY 
Ironing board, learn building aet. 
visual-ah] film projector wttit 
sound. 478-47*5. 


HAMMOND MINUTE BEDS 
Comfortable aria - by day — 
complete with Cray 220 coll spring 
filled maUrnra tor that extra heti 
All oompteto for orty *147.76. easy 
terms See them at 

HAMMOND FURNITURE 
718 JOHNSON ST 386-3164 


1- Dual Speaker and amplifier *7500 
L -Oarrard 6 ■wed changer *26.00 
Carlson 


Btjxmbevg 

amptIDer 


AM-FM 

tlQ.UU 


TWO 39 - IN. BEDS. NEW. NO 
mattreases, 126 ea*: two 34-ln 
wlieeli. 5-hole, for Ford or Chrysler 
product. *2 each; 1 utility trailer; 
box 8x«x4 ft., complete with lights 
and side minora tor car. *100. 477- 


L—Teak Hi-ft cahlnrt. coat fttOD. TO 
CLEAR KtL 00 


3—Sene' 306 rtereo tape 
Reg. 1279 95. SPECIAL 


recorder 

gnji.te 


WHITE RUGS FX3' AND 8'4'; 2 
p4Bilre; croquet aet; eledrtc 
healer; Valor heater; pair woman’ 
while skates, alze 30: woman's ski 
boots, ttze 8; aid pnlre: toxado. slse 
38 477-1447. 


XMAS SPECIAL 
1.7 h.p. Neptune outboard 
motors, perfect for dinghys, 
only 17 lbs. 

Special $129.00 

COAST POWER MACHINES 
2520 Government. 382-1421 


SIMPLEX" GURDIKS COMPLETE 
with hydraulic motor*, valves, tank 
with filter and flow divider, also 
pump with magnetic clutch, all 3 
units connected raady to Install, 
from stock. 

SMITH BROS. FOUNDRY 
a MACHINE WORKS LTD. 

432 '■embroke 384-1825 


BOAT SALE 

out by 13th Dec. 


MARINE HARDWARE 

■nriea, Inrtrumerta, 

Brians and designers of special 
mnliiei) fra Mu buallmc iialurtrv 
I’ruderto Marine Lid., 1S4 Johnaon, 
3X3-5812 


Moving nut by 13th Dec. Boats, 
motor*, trail an. camper*, ate. 4 
day* only. BAR. Dryland Marina. 
~ " ^ 8-5121 


AND AC , . 

rcoprtatnn 731 Gold stream Ave. 


WAJTTHD. AUXILIARY OtUISINC 
ketrti, approximately 36-M seal. 
Plaaae ww«kfy price and atlwr 
Informatlrai. Victoria Press Box 
913. 


PHIL BROOK* 3 SHIPYARD LTD 
EXPERT PROPELLER ADJUSTING 
Straightening, balancing, repitchtta 
654-1157 


PLUG FOR Iff CANOE. 
04.3191 


PARTS FOR ALL TYPES OF 
Marine, gai sod diesel engines 
iqdndlng dutahea and reduction 

gears. 

OSH MARINE 
31 Erie atrial 382-5813 


1*68 MERCURY 41-TON. ALL 
extras plus chassis mounted 
camper, 6,000 mile* only. WUi trade 
far boat al equal value 383-4768 
alter «. 


CLARK BROS. MARINA 
BOAT BROKERAGE 
MARINA SERVICES 

GOOD LISTINGS REQD. 
SIDNEY, B.C. 656-3042 


SEAGULL OUTBOARDS 
Sales Parti Reparla 
VIC LAWNMOWER HOSPITAl 
834 Johnaon 8L 3848X 


BASIC MATERIAL FOR Tl" 

SABOT sailing boat. *37.66 

SAANICH LUMBER YARDS 
3031 DOUGLAS 5T. 38M 


I Tape n 
CLEAR 


Jr-Sow Battery and electric pert 
aMe tape recorder. (XB.96 TO 
CLEAR *88.88 

lr-fiet R.C.A anker ndoani tn 
u t rsi t oihlneta 4-344' and tarn 
_ apeakera Re*. *119 

HFTOAL HS 

3-Orty R.CA. 4-egieed record 
Playera. Re*. *64.66 S3BCIAL 

*47.56 

Mkib' RCA. rtereo pnrtarie 
ewoed ptayer. Reg. 4129.96. 
.SPECIAL *88.HR 

QUADRA SERVICENTRE 
3514 Quadra — 3)6-6422 

DRIVE OUT AND SAVE. TU.U 
l Furniture and Appliance 
Tllllcum and Craigflower. 384-3214 

DINING HOOM TABLE. 4 CHAIRS 
nrt chrome: wringer washer 
tump, top cnndlUOD * 


RJDUtG BREECHES, LARGE 

_almost new; Partait glaaaes: 

large portable TV and aland. What 
Cflera? 3*-4mn. 


CHRISTMAS WREATHS 
Beautiful hand crafted mixture at 
cedar, altver (or veeni fir tlpe and 
tally. *2 56 delivered 3864368. 


ELMAY CROW XMAS CARDS. 
Buildings of Victoria, bulk paekagre 
nf 100. *5. 386-0686 


SPECIALLY CUT XMAS TREKS, 
am 2 ft. to 38 ft. Delivered 7 ft. 
and up. Phone 478-3470 _ 

u lbs.. *534 Light, dark 

BABE'S HONEY. UH LANS- 
dnwne. 


OIL PAINTINGS, DIRECT FROM 
artirt, all sires framed, gis and 
Phone 386-8623 


DE LUXE IMITATION FHUS 
place, a gift moan mid really 
aevreckate. SM-8854_ 

MEM'S NAVY BLUE BLAZER 
Are as. Chart removed. EMlent 
condttkB, *■. MK inau 


EASY WASHING 
Kt-SSHt 


UAcmne. $m 


OR1CMNAL OH. PAINTMOS. *Z 
up. Private party. 8834386. after 4 


FBEHGLAS6 BOAT, MOTOR AND 
trailer. *275 . 383-8666 

NEW FIBREGLAS l STRAKE 
utughy. 853-1U34 


DOBSKL CUTTERS. PM me 
Trade WlmB. 384-2883 


BOAT. MOTOR 
11.051 1143 John* 


AND TRAILER 


FIBREGLAS BOAT. U' X 4’4" B. 
engine. TH h.p. Steel utility trailer 
I'x4‘. Win ch, loading and unl oadin g 
platftrai. *336. Make offer. 382-7388 


FAST M! CRUISER 
charter, day or week. K2-1B39 


WE BUY OR CONSIGN USED 
beats 65AOB75. 


TWQR 


WRINGER 


ELJ6CTRJC PORTABLE 
maoMne. 3B3-487S anytime. 


sns 


LINK FBNCINO CUSTOM 


MtO^Mg 


AND M1T.S I 


acALxxTnc model 
rare art (34 SBS-4M0 


BOYS SKATES IS, 4, 8. 
SM-TT76 


POTTERS WHEEL. KILNS, BATIK 
patten and art rupplle*. Claaare 
GNmar Pottery, 3200 Kkgp Rd. 385- 

8113. __ 

SNOw^rmES. like new, *20 a 
lulr. Hearing aid, good make, 
*125; man* overcoat, pood cnodl- 
ttrai *20 8834086. 


3 ADMIRAL 
rnnriitton, 
condition, 

1768. 


TV.. EXCELLENT 
1 Spartan T V . wortttng 
aa ia, boy*' btke*, 479- 


COUCH AND CHAIR, »3: BUNK 
bed*. *30: Uric and chair*, DO. 
TV, *60, Peugeot racer. Arter 4 MB- 
7533. 


various Houasaouj bffects. 

New Angle bed and mallre**, 
obaln. vacuum deener. electric 
toying pan. iron, ete. 386-8028. 


DOUBLE BED WITH HEAD 

board, matching dreaaer with 
mlrtpr. 5 veara o4d. *B0; lady'* all* 
8 skate*. *3 386-8186. 


HAVE PURCHASED SIMPSONS- 
Sear* Kenmore dryer, am selling 
Leonard dryer, work* wall. ft*. 477- 


GIVE A GIFT THAT LASTS. 
SEE CLASSIFICATION 6SA 
GERRY McRALX. <78-«2S. 


FOR SALE, AFPUANCEB AND 
lurnltrae. atao repain and re- 
gtoein g, 3gl Meerte*. 3B44INB 

SLIDE PROJECTOR. ELECTRIC 
hedge trimmer, 1 rrtary mcreer, I 
push mower. ftu-ftftiB. 

fiNraOR P015TAHLK SEWING 
maatolne, excrtlant eondlUbn. *46 
886-7070. 


SKIS. SKI BOOTS, JUDO SUIT, t 
ft. aluminum canopy, 7 ft attuni- 
rian nanepy, BB4-3HH. 

TYCO HO HOAD RACE SET, UKE 
new, with mounting board. IU. 582- 
9035. 


RCA. PIANORGAR. 8B-<»aRD, 
(136 <m afler; pair rt men's rtata*. 

•ire ID. 479-7436. 


1 MONO ELECTRA TAPE RE- 
corder*. mlcroptuoa mad acces¬ 
sories *85. 418-4104. 


C-E AUTOMATIC WASHER AND 
dryer, both la find dut eondlHan. 
Commercial size. (Reap. 3B8-1M4 


18'XBO" TABLE TYFK WORK 
here*. 836; tart* tereUa stale, *26; 
47*4*680 alter 8 pm. 


1970 POPULAR MBCBAfllCS 
Enoyriapadta, II vatumea, new and 
rtfti In box. *■. PttoDa 3B9-46BB 


OVEN READY ROASTERS WITH 
1 aid tearioned flavor 462 
Coward Rd, 479-4674. 


HOOVER WASHER SPIN DRYER 

pomrination. A4 eoodltlon. lea 383- 

4305. 


WEEKEND SPECIAL CHILDREN S 
■wing set. *20. 19* Toyota Corolla, 
(1850 *82-8134 


H-O. TRAIN SET ON 4x* BOARD, 
loco's 7 can. many extras. 

swUche a. tr ack, etc. *40. ®M»r_ 

HOBBYISTS ATTENTION 8-PIECE 
American Flyer 5-g a. train set. 

Offers. Ptans 471-887! 


I CU. FT. WESTINGHOUSE 
fridge, croas-top free re* ga. XM- 

H1 AN-Taap 


54 MORRIS MINOR. *75 OR BEST 
offer. Chrome suite. 4 chairs, *15 
427-3855 slier 6 


CART. GOOD RUNNING 
r, ooEopLete with prettied helmet 
■aggies. *130. 47K-3NT 


STEAMER TRUNK. GOOD CONDI 
Won. * 1 S. 


CROCHETED 

MMIOL 


TABLE CLOTH. 


« (HI FT Oft MIIDGB HA 
1M1 All-Tsmp 


■ FT. AAAJMINIUM TREE 
revolving light. «0. 3MMHB1. 


LARGE CRIB, WHITE; 
dinette sidle *858843 


MEN'S GOOD. CLEAN. USED 
ckdhlng. The Hamer 1317 ftetmd 


PHIflQ flVDGE. 33 CU. FT., *86; 
B6 bass piano accordion. *70. 386- 
axn. after t p.m. 


M7TDN amNDARO TYPE- 

, In gnnd mdlltei, (6 471- 


PLAY PEN, *10; STROUJKR. ftfi: 

spring b ri ar, glfi; aft good aosati- 

tion. 383-7221 


MANS RECLINING CHAIR, T. 
tri-light, new Zoom 
otters. 383 8888. 


ORIGINAL WATER COLOURS. 
, • <1 Quality, land sod u sa n s j iea. 
from ftft . 4J9-4BB. _ 

I BROWNOE UNXECXM. SIZE 8; 1 
Gilt Guide Uniterm, aids Jfl 386- 


SON Y TAPE RECORDER. COM 

P*e<e rtfti 

382-3710 


HARDING TWOHONID 3BX1B 
carved wool rug Crat *U, * 160 . 
saa-arrs. 


wm OOU3 FORMAL WALL-TO 
wsti drape*, dry ctaaned, *H. tm- 
2604 


IS" 8WM7TOH 12 BTAMMIRD 
typewriter, raoondtttoaad o f f I e a 
model, gw firm *83-1661. 


BOY’S WiniUt JACKET. SIZE 13. 

B 'a toys, esmeltert coadftlan. 8TT- 
, mornings 


O0MPACT 

gold vanity. 


3MN 

9S-261I. 


WHITE AND 


UEX4EL TRAIB 
ne martirel ua 


POOL TABLE, 
new, *10. 4T7-W1 


LIKE 


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28 Batin (SoUmivt, Victoria, B.C., Saturday, Dec. 13, 1969 
*2 MISCELLANEOUS POE 182 MISCELLANEOUS FOR 182 MISCELLANEOUS FOE 
SALE sale sale 


•2 miscellaneous for 

SALE 


•2 miscellaneous for 

SALE 


82 MISCELLANEOUS FOR 
SALE 


FITS AND SUPPLIES 


WHALE OF A 
CHRISTMAS GUT! 

SEASON 

PASS 

TO 

SEALAND 
ADULTS BOO 
JUNIORS *2 00 
CHILD *1.00 

A gift Of happlimi that I fiats all year 
. . . Pay only norr then vlait Saa 
land aa often fli you like, for one 
yaar from data of purchase. 

Saa “HoOta." world famous Utkin? 
klBrr whale, dolphin*, teallan' 
•Mil, eta bird* and Victoria'! flntsi 
11ml«i win i dlopUy of marine lift 
Including the world'! largest collec¬ 
tion of octopoaei 

SEALAND 

at Oak Ray Marina 

_ wan _ 

CARPET REMNANTS 
Propylons, Nylons, Shag, 
Kodel, Wool, etc. 

UP TO 50% DISCOUNTS 
All Sires Available. 
MUST SELL BY XMAS. 
Call 386-2458 
FREE Estimate! 


WOODWARD’S 
USED FURNITURE 
AND APPLIANCES 

779 Pandora Avenue 
386-3322, Local 216, 219 

OPEN EVERY MONDAY 
’TIL CHRISTMAS 


NEW APPLIANCES I BUDGET TERMS AVAILABLE ■«* < 3 tjhlaa, ill MS and roam, um-x Me, radiator* 25e. lead 8c. batteries 

iic,*y nrruiA,it,r,o *15.95; occasional chairs traditional _ _ , _ _ __ 90c.: alan buy and aaU forntor* 

TURN m TO oim FRIB PARKING Wipbooe table end floral 2 pc. Mgcmm wnh tooli, etc. Junk can taken. 388 

Save 5 5 J on The.e Dem- I *«*■%*'«£* 0 ^- 8 L 30 ..^ ^_ 

oostrators, Floor Samples, harvvv’c converto auite*. jti.S to »«oo; tor money in a hurry we 


HARVEY’S MEATS 

HARVEY'S GOOD MINCED 


GIFTS GALORE 


WAREHOUSE SPECIALS 


GIFT FOR DAD 

_ _ . - - Purebred German ahorthalred 
M ?5S. L1 ' A ^. EOU 5.„ ®2H SE H ° L D nn'n*e™ BeM breeding available In 
unrirfiloga Toya. 666-3W6 Pacific North Weal Combine temp- 


_ inv Tln i r ow vnii. nw run erament. Inlelllgmce. conformation 

Pop u» teuton. *U.M; rSertric fry ^ .utomaUe oven, SrJJSu V* CHIL and troinabUtty In on* dog for leld 

pan!, 112.18; comblnatloo mine rr«1 rfln mttfto ONI Y mtY “° , * nd H nr aherw Reeiiered and *ot« *62 

* 1 " * Z' Ch Jr?*™,- *2?i S r HOOVER WASHER. EXCFJJ^NT 15* ■«- «« to, youraelf. 


BEEF .. lk ^ HOOVER WASHER. EXCEJJ. 

I HARVEY'S CROSS RIB ® |1S.m“ ikn* «dlo. »' VWWMftjpNtaa PM. 38M53B. 7-8 p.tn 

AND BLADE ROAST . Ib. Tic am .~i cmj r» on. t.w. condition. ONLY B28.0C — -- 


AND BLADE ROAST .... Ib. Tic AM 'aral FM radio 07.88; table 

, __ _ __ lamp*, Id Bn lo (M M; pole lamps. 

HARVEY’S HOME CURED 115.85 to 14195; iwag lamps, *23.95 

I SLICED SIDE BACON ... Ib. 71c lo *32.80; oval braided mate, *2 95 
lo 17.50; twlval rockeri, *33.00 to 
ORDER YOUR FRESH LOCAL 199 00; platform rocken, *42.00 and 
TURKEY AND HAM NOW . . . *48.00; coffee tables. *8.85 to *39.95; 

TOR CHRISTMAS lamp tablet, *12.98 to *38.95; 

sludents' desks. 329*6 to *81.50' 


120 POUND LAMINATED WEIGHT 
Repoasessed 10 cu. ft. Bealty **• and preaa bent). *« 384-973R 

refrtgaralor, automatic defrost. - 

2-dr. model. ONLY *384 50 83 MISCILLANEOUS 

WANTED 


ORDER YOUR FRESH LOCAL *99 00; platform rockers, *42.00 and _ . ’ 

TURKEY AND HAM NOW . . . *48.00; coffee Urie*. *8.85 to ra.95; tote ^ ‘StJE --—- 

TOR CHRISTMAS lamp table*. *12.95 lo *38 95; tabl* nonverti fo“ tv™ ISMS «opi -r 

sludents' desks. *28.M to *84.50 h « ja - 85 A “‘ L * 1 

standard Sides of Beef ... 64c lb. bone china cups and saucers, ti ts __... _ . . 422 

SUe * - Po *. - uclb - £.&?■«£? T “§‘M 25 jUT? 

uittvift TrDua avatt aR? v. ic<i nf 3 llACklnB tibln. S11.9S and rockJT. ONLY * 177 w 3ic, rttdlatnn 


CARS FOR SALE 


N 

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THE DOG AND CAT iT n - 

HOLIDAY INN . N 

Pal Bay Highly, « J 1 U N — NATIONA 

SAMOYED PUPPIES— TEE DOG N —- 

that carries the aplrlt of Xmas In _CHRYSLE: 

lb heart and anils a! yaw long. " “ 

Top quaHty — ready for Xmas N ■ —— - -— 


sets of 3 stacking tables. *11 95 and 
*15 95; occabnnal chairs traditlcnal j 


*139 95 ABEL TRADING CO. Top quaHty - ready hr Xmas 
472 JOHN ST ft^tfstered. F100-$500. 642-3519 

2“l! i,™; * cr *t l Mfla'". Iren and SIBERIAN HUSKY PUPPIES 

1177 *1 U L Copper 43c. bnai from champion parents. Gentle, 

WT7 W Str r *? lata r* *' e ‘ L ead S 6 ' friendly, for show or pet, 658-5010 

1 with Kfa ^rL“'l,*' n 'V£ -nor l p.m. 


Slightly Marked 

Frost - Free Refrigerators 
Priced From $349.96 
to J399 

McClary — G-E 
Wcstinghouse 


HARVEYS 

7709 Ouadra St. 38 

CLOSED WEDNESDAYS 


<™™L ELECITUC RANGES 

851 JOHNSON S8R-2458 Moffat Gourmet- 


Save Money 

Have Your Power Mower 
Properly Winterized 
Sharpened and 
Serviced at Winter Rates 
Now!! 

B.C. POWER MOWER 
SALES 

832 Fisgard 382-6513 


EATON’S 

WAREHOUSE 

STORE 

749 View St 

Remember, You Can Budget 
Charge Th rough Our 
Customers’ Accounts Office, 
Third Floor. 


In avocado. 5388 See them at . . . 

„ . _ SURGICAL SUPPLIES 

30 Moffat Range— LTD- 

In avocado .5269.88 1012 Broad Street 384-8433 


GIFTS for the 
Science Enthusiasts 

Beakers 
Flasks 
Test Tubes 
Microscopes and 
Dissecting Supplies 

See them at . . . 
SURGICAL SUPPLIES 
LTD. 


at & ks srwsrss tsrTussrcsr- « ^ ig’—zmJS 

SSSm SS^Tmm DfCLra Wring** w„b« ^tun.* ^\ r M ?r y m^ A «, , K Y gu^ Sg- • nd ' of ^ 4w; 

383-2081 bed, *149.00; kiv* aeat *ta00; bed al Jj* Pump, exceUet! cwuHlom ^ mui (c*l InaturmenU. Broad -——-- - — - - - 

fS room lulte complefe, *149.00; ilngle ONLY Trading Centra. 617-619 WANTED: 0000 HOME WITH 

“ !da JPli 50 t* 8 0 ® 1 dr ***fr*. *39.5(1 _ Tnhnson SlreH. (oppoalla Pet Shoo! wi for Id-monHi imall tanaJe 

-- to 18500: booluhelves, *19.50 tn HwNjf* manlei plM* with mlmir. agMgjj Hack emo twier Smooth haad, 

*44.00; round maple table and 4 ONLY ** 95 -—- »syed. atmb. 479-9144. 


chain, *168.80; INmcan Phyla drop 


leaf table and 4 chain, *156.50 . 3-Pe. hronaa floral aota and chair Caah paid tnr gum loola. mneraa.jAT STUD: ENGLISH POINTER 


l-poe. Iritrlvm let!, *34 50 lo *98 on; 
corner china cabinet 814*00; cooaole 
table, fTI.OO; 9x11 ruge, n*,50 to 


with rubber cuahlona lb 

lent condition. ONLY 


tacel- an type* of muilaal Inalrument*. and German iharl hair pobster 
*195 What have roc' liland Trading Both excellent bunting at rain Pedl 
__ NOW AT *30 JOHNSON Street hkt gree KrR-8137. 


Uble, *79 00' 9x11 run. SM90 to . now at kb Johnson street tu.i gree tEPKnyr. 

■5 00; filfotric Ke atari. Win lo Shipment of atight damage Frigl- down from Dooglaa WWi . . b rU ' ' ni mu ~ Miiifn 7r— 

■79m- 9r» i!« , Jx, tX dalre waaheri and dryer*, -—--- PUREBRED ENGLISH SPRINGER 

Are baataS HLbI'S f Mb Hareaal Gold la color, full THE SALVATION ARMY MEN'S Spaniel pupa, 7 weeke, flood Imaging 

m^re ttSw,” ** *' 2d lactory warranfy piua J year Social .Service and Rehabilitation don and pat for th* wtxg* family 

around, all price* dearly marked. 


Enterprise in harvest 


30” Wcstinghouse - 
Self - clean oven ... 5368 

DISHWASHERS 
1 Inglis—Top loader. . 5299 
1 Admiral- 

Front loader. 5228 

1 Wcstinghouse—Hardwood 
work top. 5388.88 

INGLIS WASHERS AND 
DRYERS 
Matched Pair 


A Division of 
McGill and Or me Ltd. 

YEAR END 
CLEARANCE 

RANGES REFRIGS. 
WASHERS DRYERS 
STEREOS ard TVs 
Everything "MUST GO!’ 

Easy Terms 


PANDORA FURNITURE LTD. 
NEW and USED FURNITURE 
lieo Pandora Av*. 

HEAVY DUTY 
MOFFAT LAUNDRY 
PAIR 

Moffat automatic washers 
are big enough to handle a 
complete family wash In 


free aervlce. 

Reg *894.10. 

SPECIAL 142* 

Laerr attention of allghtly toiled 
box apring and mattressaa, all 
d*a. at low, low pricea. 

AT 

The Traders 
715 Finlayson 
(Beside Mayfair) 
388-6264 

Open Nightly 'Til 9 


Centre need your Ued furniture. 642-3137. 

nothing, household good*, to cam —-—-—— -:- 

on Social Program. Plei* phooi EXCLUSIVE BOARDING SMALL 
jflgJMe. dnja and cab. McCoy. 479-7301 

- - --—---between noon and I p.m. 

FAMILY TRADING - - 

Caah for furniture, tool*, appll- THE ROME OF WHIT E TOY 
ancea, guna. etc. poodle*. ReMMered pupplea 02 

478-5631 I A M. - t P M IS* 


N-DODGE-N 

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819 YATES STREET 


Wide Open Every Weekday 
Night Till 9 P.M. 


10 CA M FOR 5AL1 

CCCCCCCCCQ, 
CCCCCCCCCC 
CCCCCCCCCC 
C C C 

CCC CORNELL 
C C C Chevrolet 
CCC Oldsmobile 
CCC 

CCCCCCCCCC 

CCCCCCCCCC 

CCCCCCCCCC 

If You Don't 
Buy From 

CORNELL’S 
You’ll Be Paying 
Too Much 


NOW! ! NOW ! ! 
2 -year written warranty 
with every used car. 


WE BUY ANYTHING FROM A 
handful to a houseful. Top cash 

C ore. The Mountain Bargain House 
Ptlmo. Phoae Vlotnrlo 656-3153. 

WANTED^ WOOD H EATER, 
single bed, rumpus room carne4. 
lampa, floor pollaher, railing ckimei 
dryrr. mnadaMn. WM78L _'_ 

WANTED FOUR GOOD BRONZE 


MAYDON'S" REGISTERED 
Rlack Mlnlalur* Poodle. 

_Re ady for Xmaa 479-4020 

SPBCIAL C O^L L I E PUPS AT 
VacW prfc far Xnu 4T9-fflQ6 

after 3. __ 

BORDER COLLTE PUPS. 479 9M9. 
BORDER COLLIE PUPS. 


Night Till 9 P.M. 1969 MALIBU 2-door 
hardtop, 350 V- 8 , auto- 
________ matic, power steerii® 

and brakes, radio. 

Reg. 53195 NOW 52995 

When you buy at 

NATIONAL I960 PLYMOUTH Fury HI 2- 

You DON’T pay door hardtop V- 8 , auto- 

too much matic, power steering 

and brakes, radio. 

. ---- Reg . J3395 N 0W 53195 

1369 DODGE Dart Swinger 1968 OLDSMOBILE Cutlass 


nno 1--J raw* rararara m w,J vunu; rVAJlt UULUJ _ 

hnt 80a P * 0 PANASONIC CLOCK RADIO SM-Sb £m °“ dar *‘ Qak aomtlM TERRIER FEMALE PUP. 

not water—yet can wash a 2- par*toniC AM m. a Battery dalr. 4f7-am _ Wl hold, Mri R. GtbcrftcD. 

lb. load of delicate fabrics _ 16 tunk cars , a * 6 ' wae _ 

with complete safety. PM,on ‘ c AM ™ “ e * wmi Ji ND 80011:8 “ u “° 0 ^ ^moyed puppies 

ONT Y t?<K Panawmle puAbigior raaaett* -___ Cut* fluffy JUUa noUr boar*, Meal 

ONLY 5298 re«ader W.95 BUY* SELL - APPRAISE Chriitma* gla 3S30W7 

with your trade PanraoMc t»p* recorder U«M AUCTIONEERS 3 MINIATURE FOX TERRIER 

ac-dc » f30 FORT 3K-San 


Good Oean Used Appliances Matching heavy duty 18-lb. P T^u r **** 


Guaranteed 

ROYAL APPLIANCES 
733 Johnson St. 3883021 


BEST MEAT BUYS 


ONLY 519B 


Butler Bror. 17X1 Dougla* 
Many other gift Hem* 


GUNS OF ALL TYPES 

In ^an | BOSTON TERRIERS, REGI3-I 

. . r:. 8 ^-* 429 . tered. mate, ready tor Odrat™. 

good Books always bought a9SA4R7. 


Chemainua, M6-9296. 

LARGE &AMOYED PUPPIES 
Cute fluffy IRtic noiar baar», Meal 
Chriitma* girt- 3824BB7 

3 MINIATURE FOX TERRIER 
Cbhuahu* proa* pupplea. 3 male, 1 
female, *30 38S03SL 


Tudor Hardtop. Big 6, 
automatic, custom 
radio, power steering, 
whitewalls. Only 9600 
miles. Balance of 
Chrysler 5 yr. 50,000- 
mile warranty. Stock 
No. 4317A. 

YOUR PRICE 52695 


Supreme 2-door hard¬ 
top, 350 V-8, automatic, 
power steering and 
brakes, power 
windows, bucket seats, 
radio. 

Reg. 53195 NOW 52995 


HAUNTED BOOKSHOP 
845 Fort 382 1427 


p Ti Vi to ''aLVER'' SUNDAY SPECIAL W5 *Wt lirl SAMOYED PUPPIES, FLUFFY 

26 Per Cent off ladle, afternoon lt * 3 forl -- ^ and white, ready for Xmu. tan 

707 Johnson St. 383-3281 dreuea, Hare ID through 20 WE BUY YOUR FURNITURE, each. 478-2886 

-—--———_ j Auatrlan Kfeafer* hoiuehold good*, Dleture*. tool*, etc. pinra.tr* a uu v rjtrwo «mn 

CHAINSAWS Tvroia-n b.t. !?» “I 1 *«W« ... . 


samoyed puppies, fluffy 1969 DODGE Dart 4-door 
and white, ready for Xma*. *3n sedan. Big 6 automatic. 


J2695 1968 BEAUMONT custom 2- 
door hardtop, 327 V-8,"4- 

-door speed ' radJo - 

^r' Reg. 53195 NOW 52995 


unit. sun. No m Maooano, C00. Windier* J77S 

Rare rar Md track, *30 mW r® 8 " 6 ” . Top Sirloin Boneless Steak, 


SALES AND REPAIRS 


Newly arrived Jaiaily Tyrolean hati 


Mxme, *W. Aiklque oofle* min Dryers 

saod. AbUgae trtpla bam* gun, 

6100. Old capper diving heRnet. 

*un. Ship'* Wheel, *75 Adding »,tr' 

nucMw’». Gaetetner, *M0 Fkxx 
paUHter, CO. Toaatrr* and Irana, (3 
each 388-1428 UnDain 


NEW FURNITURE 


lIRS far men, women and children 

VIENNA DIRNDL 8HOP „ »«.«.««.- ^.«uc„ra „ „ ,„ _ 

rllne 12’’ bar 5129.95 913 OOV S£^ E " T t. Rughre » 

5159.00 ‘chri^S. * nd cash ^ -- 

ymbard 20 bar 5169.00 mattress- hoover - 38< ^ 4<1 ---— Regi*ter*d inrii Terrier* m *«■ 

W0U4TKD; UPRIGHT PIANO, 4827 . 364-4382 

onda generator. Model Sfff’g “ r ^, TUeblii *"*“« prxt^. ' ta^bv ' and w ini 

EM 300, 300 W. 50/60 cycle »«i ,M«>ea. Mae 7; aet af 8 ? :-- ipayed and Inoculated cat. need* 

• o O_ n „ np law f drlnk hnldara; art GoMen NEED STAIR HAND RAIL, kind adult home. SWA554. 

AC, 8 amp., 12 V. D.C. Hooka Encyclopedia 1-1*. M< of mefai Or wood 478-»IB — w«ww ~ w'a - 

p p „ COOK Funk and WagneJ Encyriopedla. 1- ———-- - - SQUIRREL MONKEYS, *25.95 

1 -Y.. ®: aweatar A-yer, adtuatabta 33-44: MODERN CHESTERFIELD AND BUCKERFIELDS LTD 

SALE PRICE 5195.00 MeenaletM^game; »oale*. weight up dmUig-coam aulte Eve*. 3*4-0157 506 PANDORA SS4-T18] 

T . **~ - Me * - RUBBtSH HAULED, ANYTHINC TOP QUALITY CAIRN TERRIER 

VIC LAWNMOWER EXTRA SAVINGS IN MEATS al vaiu* bough t for caah. 386^462, puppiea far Xirni Pei one* born 

HOSPITAL _ Thu rmdey, Friday. Saturday RE FRIQERATORB AND FREEZERS December. Phone 479-2WI 

R'U Tnhnson <3t THCJlTtR bou « , ’ t - 3 * 4 ‘ 781i All-Temp. I PI TRIE BRED AMERICAN APR1 


CASH FOR BASEMENT. ATTIC 47S-C73 
reltc* of yealeryear. Chandelier*, i 
Attic curio*. 386-low, T. Hughe* PK,i 


PUPPIES. 6 MALE CROSS BRED 

I ooila-Getman ShephenN. *2 ear* 


each 3BH4« _Unpainted Wooden Chairs 

abel trading company at_ 57.50 and 57.95 

422 JOHN ST. 

Pembroke bath, doee couple toilet*, Phect_ 

atnka, bunker oil H W. furnace, »-L»raWer L-TieSt— 
aabtnet radlatore, 500-galldn electric Unpainted .. 535.95 

H W, lank, breaker boxe*. window*, 
lumber, fluab door*. All home 

wrecking materia** available, i-ook 12-Drawer Chest— 

a round M dally, 36MB4L _ Unpalnted _541.50 

BOYS SKATES 13, 4, 6; NEW 

drerelng gown and Scout aMrt. 14: 3-Pce. Dinette — DrOp-leaf 
-Seoul abort* wal*t 28" and 29": , , _ . , 

Navy blaxera a* new. 14. 12; Man * table and 2 chairs 534.95 
new Oxford*. 10; new 3-speed food 

mixer and stand: wardrobe trunk; o _ p Rorimnm <!i*it«>— 
walnut double bed, vanity and J * CO . Hearoom Suite— 

buac.s. 592-7773. _Double bookcase bed, 

ecru crocheted table 4-drawer chest, dresser 

dreti^ihr^d’Vhroid^ Ti^ with tilt mirror 5139,50 

c .th, 3 by 2 yarda *46; Irish gnan 

damask cloth 2 hy 3 yd., W 38J- 4/ g Box Spring and 

Norge automatic washer, Mattress.579.95 

overhauled. *40, or offer; cut ofl 
av/l-tg aaw. *2(1; hohhyt*! screw 
cutting lathe with aUachmenla; 

road race aet; dak home. 3'x3', 479- WOODWARD'S 

5WL_ 

GIRLS SIZE 7 BAUER FIGURE _ 

*kj;es (10: girl* 3 speed bicycle *20 

or bast offer; ladle* Jodhpur*, alfi* i/rarr 1 c 

13 *7.30; ladle* Jodhpur riding bools. rvILIY 1 a 

■Ixa SN *21) aa-3029. MOFFAT COOK-IN 

SANKYO AUTOMATIC ZOOM 

m V 'e (Timer*. t2u; H Abock auto- Chef Of the Day 

matic moria projector, *50: G-E u . ,, 

Low polisher. *8; console extenxlon Mr. Bill WOll 

table. *75 382-67*6 _ The Moffat Representative 

Bedroom Suite* from *135 

Chesterfield Suites from Ills Bill Wolf will be In attend- 

Upholatary material*_H Price „„„„ so 


Budget Terms Available 


ALBERTA MEAT 
DISTRIBUTORS LTD. 

1811 Cook St. 383-3C 


Unpalnted _541.50 ___ 

, n _. .. . , THREE YEARS FREE SERVICE 

3-Pce. Dinette — Drop-leaf in victoria area on al.. 

, oW „ anA <, uL, a i-. qk NEW MAYTAG WASHERS, DRYER.* 

table and 2 chairs 534.95 AND dishwashers sold by 


6 oz.each 49c Orllne 12’’ bar 5129.95 -»ira fy": r™ 

Hamburger_3 lbs. 5119 ^® r 5159.00 0p *£ V( £^mgM'uran CT,rou™« *° d cash i^'^trnishings 

Sides of Beef, Alberta grain Lombard 20” bar 5169.00 mattress hoover — ■—— ----—-— r«l 

- . rn. ,v WUU4TKD: UPRIGHT PIANO, 4921. 

fed commercial 52c lb Honda generator. Model ^\ TbsiSii 2^ ■ Bnd ini 

Budaet Terms Available EM 300, 300 w. 50/60 cycle **+**+1 1: m ^dfj -- ipay 

iiuttgei terms Avauaoie _ 1*W*1 drink h<ildera; aet Gckten NKED STAIR HAND HAIL, kind 

AC, O amp., 12 V. D.C. Book* Encyclopedia 1-U. aet of mW Or wood 476-110! —— 

ALBERTA MEAT Reg. 5225. E* “ L V SS2. SSSSSS^ modern chesitrfield a ' nd S 


custom radio, white- 1967 C A M A R O 327 V-8, 
walls. Only 9700 miles. automatic, power ateer- 
Balance of Chrysler 5- ing, brakes, raillo. 

yr. 50.000-mile war- Reg. 52495 NOW $2395 

ranty. Stock No. 4319A. 

YOUR PRICE 52495 1967 CHEVROLET Impala 
super sport, 327 V-8. 


1969 DART Tudor h£*op. 'S' bu” Li 

Big 6, a u tomatic, 

" _ ... seats, console. 

SSTbS?..’?'- »• w» "»w W 

Chrysler 5-yr., 50,000 1966 P ONTIAC Parislenne 


VIC LAWNMOWER 
HOSPITAL 

834 Johnson St., 386-8338 


with tilt mirror 5139,50 

4/6 Box Spring and 
Mattress. .579.95 


WOODWARD’S 


ititmt'c 

MOFFAT COOK-IN 

Chef of the Day 
Mr. Bill Wolf 

The Moffat Representative 


THREE YEARS FREE SERVICE 834 Johnson St., 386-8338 WtbTc£W "Mb ItoEt »C . AH-Temp._ P1TOF. BRED AMERICAN AMU 

IN VICTORIA AREA ON AL<- '*>: Cbuck Slenk* 6Be Ib.; Side TRIKE, PEDAL CAR, CHILD'S °* ^ poodle *' rp **** rrt 477 atf6 

NEW MAYTAG WASHERS, DRYERS - Bacon 59c lb. . .... record player 4194«8fl PUPPIES FOR SALE 

AND DISHWASHERS SOLD BY Only Canada Cholre Maat Si - wa ' wtfd. i tow iw «,y - *5 8B2-2881 

US DURING MONTH OF DECEM boid at Grehim. WANTED. 1 TON OF HAY. -_--- 

BER. NO DOWN PAYMENT RE GOT COLD FEET? 479-M19. _ SBALPOINT SIAMESE KITTENS 

8r“wE SB Pm yR YOU* A ON E A 2044 0^^ MEATS SSE3206 OF CBAI* TO FIT TTOC14 gL a ^. “ _ 

PUNWTMUP TOTHREE YEARS , -—--—- Urea Muni be reaaanabl*. 47VS864. REGISTERED POODLE PUPS, 

TO PAY Hot water bottles 99c ENCYCIXJPEDIAS—GOLD&N HOME _ lemale, black, fire* *hcta. 477-1680 

SKAALRUD APPLIANCES ^lt insoles 29c ^ “wS: _SW APS REQCTEREDP^Dt^S. BROWN 

414 Credri1(iw D P1C »-2231 Co*y Slipper* 52.19 up Cnrturoy -porta J-ckH, Mae 10 BCTTTLE OQU-ECTORfi and .liver Utter*. 38^9492, 388-7411. 

Wa are BIG enough to um YOU (worn . o nce). .Bmrnd black I have 1,000 bottire 86 to 80 year. WHtTR MINIATURE POODLE 

•mall enough to APPRECIATE you QPFNr'FD'K STORFS T TO ln old, that I *11 trade ft- a*yy kind pupa- 384J249 

- i - ar'E.INUE.K O fllUKM LIU. alerting «Hv*r, MO; moil Mato*, at tmiemerk or attic lunk tbat can ————- — 

U*«d coniole TV* from B8.00 llin Gov’t St. “Downtown" ■** 1L *7; all la Bood condition, 884- be add In a aecand bend atora. REGISTERED FEMALE GERMAN 

1 only ElMtrohoma I - way b ] a e k ^ W 1 S aa/wiiiuwii Watoon a Artlqure, 1714 Goeenv- Shepherd pu(«. 470-7108. 

and white TV *tereo original _ _- ment \ VB/un—aifmisinD—iTTi 


tauie anu t. cnuirs 4^.33 AND DISHWASHERS SOLD BY 
US DURING MONTH OF DECEM 

- P ce Bedroom Suite— ber. no down payment re GOT COLD : 

rce. neoroom auxie quired USE YOUR CHARCEX 

Double bookcase bed, or we can put you on a 

4-drawer chest, dresser up TO YEARS Hot water bottles 


SKAALRUD APPLIANCES 


U*«d coniole TV* from B9.0Q 
1 only Elactrohoma t - way black 
and white TV atereo original 
Price *79.7 00 

Sale *395 00 

Rabbit Ear* *1.79 

Kent'* Ltd. 

SALES - SERVICE - RENTALS 
1S3-3513 742 FORT 

VICTORIA 


Felt Insoles 


1110 Gov’t St. “Downtown” 


REGISTERED f 
and allver Utter*. 


LES. BROWN 
492. 388-7411. 


RECORDING GIFTS 

— Stereo headphone* *1.96 to 83MB 

— Blank t*4M raaaette* *1 Si to 
*4.75. 

— Record 1term tape*, reel and 
cajaeUe - *4.96 to *11*6. 

CHARGEX OR CASH 
HUDSON'S TAPE RECORDING 
CENTRE 


Chesterfield Suite* trom *199 Bill Wolf will be In attend- 

UphoUU ^S^fR , NmmE % Pri " ance Friday. December 12, 
7118 West Saanich Rd S3-:»4k from 12 noon ’til 9 p.m. 

bray refrigeration ltd. S a turday, December 13, 
8 ft and 12 fl Self Service . _ 1n „ _ 

(man, a ft and 12 R Dairy and from 10 a.m. trl 5.30 p.m. 
Prudooa uaed Walk ln Cuuieia. 

imn c oak at _ »-?42i BEEF ON A BUN 

NOW IS THE TIME TO ORDER uni] k_ a e r v P ri from 

your carved wood *lgna for tell 01 WUI M ,elvea I* 0 ™ 

u *15* tor Xm.11 Sr« «■ phone approximately 7 'til 9 Friday 


BURL TABLES. WALNUT dining Hirrv^.q raSr 
room lulle. bedroom lUlte. china HUDSON S TAPE 
cabinet*, cedar cheits, radlo-TV t v: a v‘" 

combination*, tv* with S0-d*v 15<a Fort Pandar * 
warranty, electric guitar, banjo. Du 
Walt redial arm *aw. uprtghi »»w. SPECIAL I 

PEOPLE'S TRADING POST RED OR BLUE BRA 

2510 Trahi-Canad* Highway SIDBi 

Phone 47B-3S35 HINDS 

Open Sunday, 1-6 p.m. FitrfiNfS 


■- OVERSTOCKED! _ 1-YR/3LD WF.1MARAHER FOR! 

I-VJ 4fl lined sewing m*chinas Machlnr" 84 VOLVO, MINT CONDITION ««<«■ *P*yed. 6M -38M _ 

a a*, aa range In price *25.00 and up All ttirougbcaj!, tor pickup, tested and av-iY mryss Ti d^i[Fin 4 uanth^ 

“ Via to mak,,l; aha » )M: ^ ki good ahapa <ar will .all lor ».4fi0. MVaMK TBWUER ' * MONTH5 

" to Si to (or chriatmaa iboppar*. Term. - *78-5671. old. 33341506. __ 

,' «*» toM ^SSMZSS. UEjrT'm buick. low' milk- \JSSWSi 

SAWYER SEWING MACHINES Immaculate, wan* amaii or. P . .. 

CORt), NO *11 Fort Street 38M22* cokw TV or ? 383-7423. 3nGAU£»N_ FISH TANK AND 

RAINCOAT. ZIP-OUT BORG WILLIS WAGON *450, UTILITY -- 

8* 3 -* 1 ™ Itmng. 12-14. *10. Quality igtoolator 'raker, rar rack, tor rauti. camera F«BE KITTENS. GOOD HOME, 2 


mile warranty. 9300 
miles. Stock No. 4314A. 
YOUR PRICE 52495 

1969 DART Swinger. Big 6, 
a u t o m a tic, custom 
radio, whitewalls. 8000 
miles. Balance of 
Chrysler 5-yr., 50,000- 
mile warranty. Stock 
No. 4S15A. 

YOUR PRICE 52495 

1969 DART Swinger, B i g 
6, automatic, custom 
radio, whitewalls, 
matic, whitewalls, 
radio, whitewalls, 8,000 


station wagon, 327 V-8, 
power steering, power 
brakes, radio. 

Reg. 52195 NOW 52095 

— 11 ONLY — 

1969 IMPALA Hardtop*. 
All equipped with V-8, 
3-speed automatic trans¬ 
mission, power steering, 
power brakes, radio. Bal¬ 
ance of warranty. 

Some brand new. Others 
driven only a few miles 
by company employees. 

Example: 

Stock No. 91103 
Regular retail 54479 

NOW 53377 


- ~ leg material. 5 yd* grree, a yd«. car - r ®°*‘ d P**yw or? 4T7-Sfl&t 

SPECIAL BEEF bd*e, 3 *»nlMi gullat. *2(1 STTp AIPmN HE*! vv 

RED OR BLUE BRAND BEEF Tenor guitar, *1P. Knit King .talon wfiann re .,II 

SIDE-i S7c lb. knitting rnachln*. «2S. Trunk, IvS g 

HINDS 69c lb. Irwaure cheat Ivo*. *25. Bendix----- 

FiMlNPS 4Bc to. waMier. *35. 386-3896 WILL TRADE CAR TOR MOTOR 

V "’ - I y nc”tocutt.n, a* i™* 1 * “ TABLE-SAW. OAK hXmTIiTAND. £?-^. ” *■' 090 _ 

aaa MAR e T „ m r!n 85 ANTIQUES 

Dally 9-1 Sunday 85““ SSTLSZ J H. BOURDON-SMITH 


Reliable parly lo continue paymenl* Open Dally »-*. Sunday 1M. Volksv 
of 117 monthly on repoaiieued color - wagon 

TV Flr»t come, flnt served- Open BOXING GLOVES; GIRL'S chair* 

OH • flgure ikatfifi, «l» 5; children'* life - 

9041) Esquimau Rd. LB.OS. 183-1180 Jacket*; Barbie drill, caaea and 

------— clothe*; doll pram: child'* Slngai *•' 

VICTORIA RAKFRY *ew1og machine: girl'* Raleigh Si" 

... , . nrtivr.ni 3.ra e#d U g ei g^. mrl* Triumph £ 


mntoncyrte, rnln-tlMer. Camper (It* | 
Volkswagen car. '56 Ford atalinn' 
wagon, *75; 4 Victorian Ugh back 
chair* MS-MPB 


HTib-.'y' ta *awMi ,,,n T '*“ C “- evening and approximately 3 »'• JSL ^ 

BOYB AND girls cuxTHiNG unt *l 5:30 Saturday after- this week s special save i i 


MAYTAG PORTA DRYERS 
Jurt plug la are aofe for 
all fabnea. Buy youra at 


alaea 12-14. aoocer boot* alw 8: nOOIl. 
me.i s M«les *l*e 7; biwllng ahoe*, 
aiae* 5 and 6 Ladle*, size 6 men*. 

3*4 5307. 


WALNUT FINISHED DINETTE 
table and 4 riraJr*. like new , filaa 
bird eaga and *tand. 3S6-2DBS, after 

6 p.m. 

have" PURCHASED SIMPSONS 
Sear* automatic woabar. am aMing 
Viking automatic wtaher needing 
mi nce repair. *30 592-0908. _ 

NEW TUXEDO. SIZE 44. TAX. *40 
Booiff polimer. *12; New ear 
htrtdre*!*. ooat *20. iril *12. Phone 
479-5766 _ 

MULTI-CHANNEL ANTENNA WITH 
«iln device* tor apartment bultd- 
!-«*: nreokiCe companion ae« and 
raale; iuburban mall box 384-6746. 

CHRISTMAS TREES 
Farm grown Norway Sprue* Hun¬ 
dred* to choaae from. *50 Central 
Saanldi Rd 852-1744 


Come See Our 
Line of Moffat Gourmet 


THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL 
Almond Fill ad Specolaa* 
II SS 18 oz. 

822 Yales St., S82-0221 


Collector Clearance 


all fabnea. Buy youra at 
BUTLER BROTHERS, 1720 
Dougla*. 3H3-*rll 


LIMITED 

(Antique SHver) London. England 
In conjunction wtih 

TAPPIT HEN ANTIQUES 
LIMITED 

2812 Granville St. Vancouver, B.C 


mo. rid 479-8219. _ 

TOY POODLES FOR SALE. 
_ 8 B6-390E 

WHITE MINIATURE FOOOLE. 
_ 477-J942. _ 

91 CHICKS, POULTRY, 
HATCHING EGGS, SUPPLIES 

POULTRY EQUIPMENT USED 
for 8,01*1 layer* Ga* heoo d eia. 
grader, feeder*, etc. 5038 Pat Bay 
Hwy 


1969 DART Swinger, Big 6, 

automatic, custom SAVE 

radlq, whitewalls, pow- _ 

er steering. Balance of 

Chrysler 5-yr. 50.000- 1968 OLDS Delta 


mile warranty. Stock door hardtop, V-8, 
No. 4299A. automatic, power steer- 

YOUR PRICE 52645 ing, power brakes, 
pchver windows. 

SWINGER, Power R «8 S 329 ^ NOW 53196 

steering, big 6, auto- ]9Gg CHEVELLF, Malibu. 4- 
matic. white walls, . ™ 


cSf^'hraSS i9®9 SWINGER, Power 


LIVESTOCK AND 
SUPPLIES 


~ ”• ""LI'S »„ ug; S 3 "S 3 5 “““^ SPKIAU! 

Heg *499.95 «fnk. oar cbadna. '52 Dodge wind- ANTIQUE ENGLISH, SOOT- , Mo ,® Br ^i« - Ion* wearing ruiaet 

PEOPLE'S TRADING POST ahleld, girl', bike. U" .now tire nr TTSH ivn tpkh ctiupd l “J h . er ^ h S? lt ^'fj# 1 ** 4 wlUl J ™ , ‘ 

2510 I3LD. HWY. 47S-3K3 Dxlge wtwri, hand lawn mOMr. 383 ii;sH Aly D IRISH SILVER reilstant hit. H Inch relna find M" 


Reg *499.95 

PEOPLE'S TRADING POST 
2510 I3LD. HWY. 4TJ-3S33 


a i- i door hardtop, 327. V- 8 , 

custom radio. 7000 __ 

mUes. Balance of w 

Chrysler 5-yr. 50,000- J* » ow - r brak "’ 

No e 4324A Tanty ’ St ° Ck Heg. 52096 NOW 51995 

YOUR PRICE 52695 1967 FORD station wagon, 
V- 8 , automatic, power 
SWINGER hardtop, Big steering, radio. 

6 automatic, custom Reg- 52695 NOW 52595 


___ _ _ Dating from 1618 to 1850 

KENTS LTD. & “buI I^uS’lra^f^meel^ Mim SELL ONE 11*7 TOYOTA DECEMBER 17, U AN D 19 

742 Fort 383-3513 JJ^ff MST2 SW - ^. ^ £S% HOTEL VANCOUVER X 

WnlMSO 38MMLHYtiVi ' um 1 mmure. flhreglaM construction, full VAINtXlUVtK V wldtA Reg. *695, Sp«lal IS95. 

_ ‘ _ _ — ' .... 7 a l e . _ furnlihcd. .nd miscellaneous QUO VADIS ROOM. Mtti FLOOR 

BOOKS BHJ BARN MARKHT, 5630 WEST SHO p AT THE WAREHOUSE." • rtlcl «- S»MU. 10:30 AM. TO 8:30 P.M. DAILY £0 . OT - “«la blanket; twlorful 

W A 1U T F n Saanlcti Road. Carrol* of a kind* Whrie*ale Food Distributor*, 47 m rtl FT PBJnr.F- w > auxv ADVANCE INQUIRIES Ml-3194 . oc * u,n and »* r0 ™ J!*™ 1 

WANTED *Ja° tn *upply lurolp*. omona. Songheea Rd., ftilt turn left - IDO - - qURCS ta [ M «y, ■««* abrarht on 

■quoad, w>rouU, apples, potato**, ft pul the Johnson St Bridge rnodria In mahoGANY 8 DRAWER CHERT ^ ^ , i 1 ” A'*. moat eaddle*. 

NEW AND USED Open Saturday and Sun Open dally 9 to 9; S*L till 6 p.m. “ '*> cheat, 36” wide. SB" high. 5> uld 1 „*°°1. A*'iF n *. , ln „ tr 

„ mwp **» 11 A m - u » ^ Wa grow our ---- fSam ® llw * y * BourUfui deolgoed tilver Ira trey, r® 01 ” "~U- Rt * *.95. Siwcial *3 45 

HARD tX/VlLK wn-you mivt. PORTABLE STEREO RECORD — 1.. —_ Army offloera wrlttog cheat, aecret . . .. .... 

POCKET BOOKS Huy' a* - FASCINATING BOOK- p ' a>, * r - dWarhab ^ *P»k*ra and S BURNER MCCLARY r;AS drawer rosrxmiUneot, excellriit is Huh “o* 1 . a1ft « S? 

M*r AVTW1TC "FlLriu Proiot. *nd PrL.d ala - d ' *»'' 8ra " ftinereen and rang*. *2fl; old Rorar * oaUnel condRfan. BSMB12. 1 !L.Sb ' I,emb « r *- !ie * «*-35- 

MAGAZINES *«u. VS. Blrdra*,. *5. 478-2428, radio; .3 older aran rtUra with raRF rRANIWATWFR B a . V ^ * 

COMICS worklnf wllh 0.1* exciting material. * A . L ' r 8 pm '- SSta^ikii-I^Ung'h^l' Mm" dock handsome mahogany case, Saddle* galore - large .election of 

HIGHEST PRICES PAID ^^^W^SarSt 5L0^65uPiSTwnSrnS; jSKSsS&JS? 


throat and curb <Lrap. Reg. *8.40, 
Special *7.5(1. 

R-l Halier — atlractiva ru***i 
leather, double atltchlng In popular 
14" width. Reg *6.98, Spado] 15.95. 


NEW AND USED 
HARD COVER 
POCKET BOOKS 
MAGAZINES 
COMICS 

HIGHEST PRICES PAID 
SNOWDEN’S DISCOUNT 
BOOKS 


BLACK PERSIAN LAMB JACKET „ 7^7 _ __ 

with while mink cnflar. *la* 14. a* 1221 Broad St. 383-8131 

new, cori *4SC. aell tor *273. *6- ---——- 110: 2 Burberriu. *8 each; all 14-18 ” A L B ' TORRIO-HEAT GUN-TYPE carvlnai and ceremonial object*. — --- 

=5« DON'T BE LEFT OUT “ V *£i21L 2^2. JS'burner and air oondtUoier Wanted ™ »«ki St, Van 15, Phone 875- 2 BEAUTIFUL BLACK MARES, 

WEBSTER DIAPHRAM SPRAYER. „ IN THE COLD iteT $ VO-fL ™ mmSST**! taS. Hgbl mb " r “ d ’ rt ’“ ,b *™* 72 ”-___ 

a* new exti. 15' air hoae. motra, Hav* yow tape deck and audio - pa - ” ]a95 :- w»od Inlah. *15fl. 477-2U3*. ~ —-AVENUE ANTIQUES - 1866 OAK JJSSStLik 

onty *5D 60 gallon Ofl drum with * ll,nf<l ,or „ VAN ISLE VARIETY bit. - au «VI pew ye. LATE MODEL McCLARY - EASY Bay Ave. We buy Olid sell old ““ ma,nhln « 

stand. *10. J82-V447 “** ^VSrtrnsr r For Bargain* In Good U*ed Fridge*, 1. . . r°rJ71 refrigerator, automatic defrost *Uver, glaa, brea* and furniture of "” f 47 *^ tw7 _ _ 

- SONY. WARTKDAIaE Stove* *nd VVaihen h«rvg1ng ^, f • ar 8? except tor Ihe frwae nw eceri- ynlcrywr 383-5197 or 386-783S. FOR « a i * ad Tpanv * 

HAVE PURCHASED SIMPSONS- DUAL THORENS CONCORD 543 KINGS ROAn Argr. Wret Afrinan silk Eerifi onSM-KR? drilled i 

Sear* Kenmore dryer, am aeUini *2-1347 00 ‘ , ‘: maltrerai; 30U bowxl ft. -- cono,l ' on - a * KK1 -_ ANTIQUE SOLID ROSEWOOD K..d p **' 

Leonard aryer, work* well, *35 WE HAVE THE NEW __ mahogany. 477-2173. COMPACT VACUUM *80. PAIR OF 1**“ B«^ oC*r Duncan. 748^786. 2nhJ? 1 ™ r *' 

477.3581 "IRJAL til*" CASH REGISTERS ADDING H . u nanio 'itwwivriira-w , '* ln . helrton ra bed^n-ead* CO Pair vASF~MTNr nVW«T V~FBi m n ‘r 10, :■ , tla ' wa5 _ 

" STOCK s-fs?’. sr*“* JSJ^sssssr ERA - w 

tIL ^ider lle mw d^iy ^ STEREO WORLD .Son* and Rlrhardaun Ltd ^ 4 -PEfT ~RANCH ~ MINK 3 aAX DINING CHAIRS. 2» ««.. new condition. CQ0 or nearest 

‘ _ GOVermn * n ' 31 PDa " SlT 1 ^ ** lotted ^o, ^ _ ""*■ _ 

WCTUC SINGER SEWING QUAD^J^S^^na L OW OVERHEAD. LOW PRICES PONG m«* M» ^ *-/5K t&SLL 1E&2 

SS?” MUy ** ,r ANTIQUE .(PRINTS, ALBION ^ BLACK^S -BUTTON SUTT wrrir 2 2 Ol^ ~ IRON WALL TYP« *" « TJ 

BOY - 3S KATIES. AS NEW, ROSE I. SSSSTccMSd JSTSS. h^ ^ ^ Sd UtorZTccttjS ******* _ FOR SALE 1-YROLD REGg- 

g^Crt'a -rate*, *- 12. *6. 47^ ---- HAVE PURCHASED 8D6P90N^ «' _ >« MiSCILLANiOUS TO 

a rrack;» w g r. ' i V. l^pea and fittings NEW AND USED WASHERS AND Kenrocre dryer, ran Belting PVOLBO? VISIT ATTIC CURIOS RENT hand*; 7-oxi. rid *Hy m>. 6htlgf7 

MBCX L1ANEOUS HCTJS(HOLD ta alt. Figure Scales, htwci da dryer* liland Washer Sale* and k** 11 * t 55 or belt 2016 Govertanwg at. for (hat gtit ------ —---■ - 

Mrritfias and good* lor aale. « g_ nhUd 1 * alae 9, hoy'* alar 6 All Service, 614 Chatham, B2-6413. ofts 9BMUO. _ We may haM* vAal vefil wan*. M RENT TO OWN E2? §* LE: KYJ^R-OLD MARE 

■■W WT or OP 2S2 3. abova In nradknt oondtiton 3R9_ nivw ROAD RAnt LAftci —-_——_ New Sewing Machine. *2.73 Weekly *** **“'“*■ *™ * 

SPEED QUEEN DRYER. FRIGID ^__ STOREY SHOE CUNIC *«l*. waa *66 wiH leg tor *60 or JUION ROAD RACE TRACK. 20 SAVVYER*SEWINr A - 

■Ire dlNiwaaher, both new, garage GIVE HER A DISHWASHER 1511 lauwdsmpa Ave. l>eat oftor. Parlnt aondltian. K2 *-} 2 k« elwngea, 1 hfl counter, l , W<IK aEWING WELSH PONY 

door*, 582-27*6. For (he beat buy* in famou* _ . .. 368-4*0 "*» Odran*^ 1 Iraewdormei acre* _ __ w "" 5?^^ dl*po#«toiL Rssasooable 

^ 0 -4iSS-’% , SSS* iraspiss*"jas-aa _ .. 


aquaah, *>rouM, apple*, potato**, ft. paal the Johnaon St Bridge 
r* bbagea Open Saturday and Sun Open dally I to 9; Sat till 6 p.m. 

day 11 a.m. til* dark. W* grow our ---- 

mive. PORTABLE STEREO RECORD 

BUY A FASCINATING BOOK - iSSSSSSS SSd 

' Fibers ProieeU and Proced- S' b ,1^ 

urea" - covering .11 pha.es of Kff'g P5; » 5 ' 

work Inf with tiiii exciting mterixl. *^ Lr 8 * >,m ‘ 

t^tal'^lalltia^Lid m 2VlB g n^i.i nd Mt 4 CHROME KITCHEN CHAIRS, 
trw piodic* Ltd,. 2118 Douglas 386- oli)8r typ . j!0 ; Pededal deak. *311; 

UT1 _ Double bed. matttww. *12: dok'a 

2 BOYS’ WORSTED SUITS jJ ro l‘?~S ai Ca “®>' Wcyri*. 


10:30 AM. TO 9:30 P.M. DAILY No 301 — blanket; wtorfu] 

ADVANCE INQUIRIES 385-2894 JSSSSST Ib"^ ^.t’TCLrNI^ 


1969 SWINGER hardtop, Big 


6 automatic, custom Reg- 52695 NOW 52595 

radio, white walls. 8000 ._ 

miles. Balance of 1964 coupe de 

Ghreralnr R-vanr OOfl- »U.««ry POWer 


'Wllaoo'*! charooal and d*>. *10 

383-8131 eich; new Ijelge corduroy jacket, i 

-*10: 2 Burberrtaa. *B each; all 14-181 

err »1« r»n*a; girl'* grey suit 

unilorm atyle; (2 pleated ridrtii, I 

...dlo *1“ US- 38S-1S95 


older type, *10; Pededal ded., **lj CLOSE COUPLED TOILET. (29; ““ m 'J' 1 ^*** I*™* BkJ- 

Double bed matlreea. *12: doM'a baaln wtth trim. M0; baby walker, 

droller with Cattwv. W: trlcyri*. *3: Joky Jumper, *4; w*Jkte-4aJid*« Scotland. lSm-lMi. *800 U2-74fl-2WB 

•I UMUM. 1 y*W u*d- new *78, ad] *80; large -uraK-rsn lumiH bits tr-a - 

HAVE PURCHASED SIMPSONS ^ ^phHodendrce, 3»2«l_ w . 


Chrysler 5-year, 50,000- 
mile warranty. Stock 
No. 4328A. 

YOUR PRICE 52495 

CHECK and COMPARE 
THESE PRICES 


BUCKERFIELDS LTD. 
506 Pandora 3 


HAVE PURCHASED SIMPSONS- 
Sea!i Kenmure dryer, am MUinq 
Leonard dryer, work* well, *3.1 
477-3501 __ 

a I.D OAK table" AND CHAIRS: 
TV aerial: oU tank and itand: 
tap* recorder; jig raw; drill; car: 
gjri'* dcatea. 479-53B8. 


the Chriitmaa icison. 

SONY. WARTEDALE 
DUAL THOREN5 CONCORD 

WE HAVE THE NEW 
"IMJAL 1219" 

IN STOCK 

STEREO WORLD 


Stove* and Waahera 
943 KINGS ROAn 

W4-40S 383-1347 


a * drt **' ~ with tore, light 55K2S mbrer * nd wh “ ,b * rro * ™---—___ £S’ &££■ 

- w>od knrih. *150. 477-2U3*. -..AVENUE ANTIQUES - 1889 QAK 52?*^^ 

itsri ~^ra -ST— *xi are *-c- LATE MODEL McCLARY - EASY Bay Ave. We buy and aell old ““ matrhm * 

fridge*. refrigerator, automatic defro.t *Uver. glaa, brau and furniture at ***** b —*• ^™ M7 '_ _ 

AkfSiffnM MHtor “*• fiwre. nie excel- yretrrymr 38VH97 or 386-763K FOR SALE OR TRADE. 1 

383-1347 o-ot': dcurie matlrea; 30U board n. IW> ? ■ C0 ? d * l : l ! >n ' fl6 ^ 1B12 -_ ANTIQUE SOLID ROSEWOOD ™ l pur ' 

_____ mahogany. 47 7-3173 OWCPACT VACUUM *M; PAIR OF !**“> Bed oCer Duncan. 74^8786. ^ ™"' 

P D, *S H«* BAOIO RECEIVER 3 30 ^SwT^aJ* 0 dS’of VASE| MINC D VNA6TY ERA. 150- BES T QUALfTV mri ish pnwv 

■«SS *+&”!***" «••««"■ m *&■ •“* dr * P ' ° ld : __ fa^l. ^k^ire^Ts^StiS 

%n L ii SStiTm. aS! 4-PELT . RANCH MINK STOLE CKAlR3 ' ““| VLXZS* mea - 


including factory air 
conditioning. Low mile¬ 
age. 

Reg. 53095 NOW 5*995 

1966 CUTLASS 2 -door 
hardtop V-8, automatic, 
power steering and 
brakes, radio, bucket 
aeata, console 
Reg. 52195 NOW 52095 


384-7181 1968 P O N TI A C 4-doot Reg. 52195 NOW 52095 
- family 6-c y 1 inder 

h are s. custom radio. Low 1864 CADILLAC Coupe De 


mileage. One owner 
showroom condition. 
YOUR PRICE 52095 

L964 CHEVROLET Beau- 


Ville, full power, 
including power 
windows, factory air 
conditio ned. Low 
mileage. 

Reg. 53095 NOW 52895 


mont 4-door station 

wagon, V-8, automatic. 1965 PONTIAC Pariaienne 2- 


MISCELLANEOUS TO 
HINT 


- to calve In iprlng T-J Herafani* 

TYP9* *78-442*. _ 

_ FOR SALE 3-YR-OLD REGIS- 

™ SrtJKS-*TS.“at»Si 

hand*; 1-tno. rid fltiy pony. «hT.i«n 


custom radio. Power 
tail gate. One owner. 
YOUR PRICE 51295 


door hardtop, V-8, 
automatic power steer¬ 
ing and brakes, radio. 
Reg 5178& NOW $1695 


SBtdtiw; 3-yr 1959 PONTIAC convertible 19g3 FORD Gal axle “500’’ 
•pV-8 automaUc power convertible. V-8, power 


RENT TO OWN §* LE: A YEAR-OLD MARE 

New Sewing Machine, *2 7S Weekly, SSra. 1 ®*^**: ^ nkUn ‘- *™ * 


IB Monthly 
SAWYER SEWING 
au Fort St. 


ST* “ d ex,r “ ^ - HSt - mma course ! ‘A "*STff.a Tii.TTJSnSSl S5T»«S 

« a ■ “ ve —— ? msjr*"-- w ***•■ 

ekitn, *» 1L Soccer boot*. «'** * HAMMOND FURNITURE uortaWe*. Uland Bualneaa M* _ CHRISTMAS SPECIAL — ■——— - _,A*C 1 


13, *3 eech. Oailerflekl end chair. YOUTH 


- I__ RENT TO OWN ---- 

AND MATTRESS. s#w1n * machine* *2.50 Weekl, REG I ST* 
on; (mall modern Open till *. 1.B.D.3 Better. 18 t 

Jngi; Adyt 1 rio4hri **n Eequimalt Rd is.3-17801 P»H*- 6BB-2EM 


REGISTERED WELSH PONY 
Beautiful dltpoetkcL Raaaonable 

flS-I.Hfll. 


steering, power brakes, 
radio. Power windows 
Clean throughout. 
YOUR PRICE 5595 


registered HEREFORD 1966 SUNBEAM Alpine 
M monttu 3 , " d “ sports Roadster con- 
mare. reasonari.f uiikt vertjble 1725 cc motor. 


steering and brakes, 
radio. 

Reg. 51395 NOW 51250 

1864 CHEVROLET Bel Afr 
sedan, 6-c y I i n d e r, 
radio. 

Reg. 5895 NOW 5795 


portable* ‘ Uland Bualneaa M* CHRISTMAS SPECIAL --- A * C RENTALS - 382-7013 MARE REASONABLE. MUST GO VerUOie A1S3 CC mOHff. 

ehlnoa 2663 Dooglaa. Pre-Chrlatma* aaie. all price* cut. I UA STAMP COLLECTION. TV reducer*, rower., cyder*, “ "Q*ne *78-3818. 4-SDeed transmission. A -idea ro ncimnn r c _ _ 

new - Jnd u -se- d - ^ympia Z HUBT* * ^ ^ dgV& ^sSSSl’ “ w^ER^AooLE, a, very clean sports car. 1964 Val 

typgwrltera See them at Capital-—--— - -—---- —r — - 4JW7W YniTR PRIf'k' ciano _ ’ uu I"*'*' rtioto. 

Oftce Machine. Ud, 760 Biw«hton NEAR NEW 22 CU FT CHEST ST7flCa*H®nCER ROAD RACE REtrr FUBNITURE OR APPLI- man-,-,.--= 7 .- IUUft Rftg. 51395 NOW 51295 

3t. 383*700. Other make* alao. deep free**. *175 or be* tttx. mi- dug houae; both m good •"“* The Trader., 715 Flnlayaen. St VIL?- L - Mi .™SS9 ci S. R * * 

■ -- p - - - ■ rarara-./... ”“d toot., *21 Me crttidttton Resaonoble. 386-1MS Open nightly till l 38M364. «*l*. raa.pnebty priced «g-33M 

ORDER NOW FOR CHRISTMAS* S20fl. -—- tt-— r? 1 - - o QAtiirn AAmr jt annwc j* 1QG4 O LDSMORILE SuOf*T R A M B L E R 660 

i.ARnv. pt>pit pnr<? rwmrw__ TWTJMTN/yrwj vriwntim tvdv ItaNT s-RRiiar Riir. tupfY, aourru saoju: horses. 47*- ouper ..... 


BDdi M eondftlQB. S84-7HM thlno* 2t83 Doofflai. Pr#!-Chrbtmu i«ie, *j] priew cut. UA STAMP COLLECTION. TV. r*du<»ri, rown 

'■?ss2re,“>» .w>;wd -otpmA tTS*ar* * a ““’ ■ c '“ arsuss? ■“ S”3a 

recrre -T WAREHOUSE CLEARANCE SS^ A ^or \ “ ” ffSES ni 

Sr W Mem ord - er now tor Christmas. ST* — - —• ~ —-»■ ^ SPT 1111 ^ ^ 

tnllar, *05. 38S-J6BI. S.** LARGE PORK PIES, OFTEN - r— - REWINGTOW STANDARn TYPE K*»T 3-BRUSH RUG SHAMPOO ^ 

...raart* —. , 7 ga rp iirrrTB : SchdrU re? S4I elelriiw CALLED MELTON MOWBRAY SPEED QUEEN WASHER; ADD- writer, excettira owStLom, (• martHw Vary rearana“- “ 1 

j, u s^SE, J Sf?'b5 _aTfflij"a i Si."iaE "* _- 

offer .477-2389. ttretian IflD.X_HAVE PURCHASED SIMPSONS- choir M4-S4B ■ ^ VICTORIA MEAT MARKET *7 W AMT ID TO 

FIHREOt-ASS MATERIALS VI KING DBRWASSEH. ttMW^ MISCILLANI 

■* «*h ^ » rr: man,. m PAINT WANTED: GARAGE 

ra 1 ". ^.T».s n nS iz ms _ 


very clean sports car. 
YOUR PRICE 51499 


SPEED QUEEN WASHER; ADD- writer, exmHatf owStton, |» sd roartrln* Vary rraaonaMe. 
Ing machine; car top boat; radtner 4MB day 3864138. 


«*d, a rocker; boat iMta; patio! 


OENDRON CARRIAGE, EXCEL- 
lent roodlUon; G-l woMier. high 
tftalr: Jolly Jumper. 382-I10*. 


STRoaSHECKAR ROAD B*T 
(BD-3M1 


3 ELDON ROAD RACING SETS 
SIS, «I2. *7 3B-6B47 


THF COPPER VILLAGE STORE. »*/ ' ' 

£?.r!‘r.ra . VifVi th. irnffd nrtiiaT - Your S'B * ho »> ^ everyone, Plo*- 

i peG<>ic pacific iSoYvjr taby ,4oth “' 543 c “ k ’ 


:et >7 WAMTID TO KENT 
MISCELLANEOUS 

PAINT WANTED^ GARAGE TO RENT 


YOUNG EWES 

476 ABITI 


*«t; gome*, book*. S92-22Q5 


ARC. ELECTRIC - *82-7221 WK RAVB PAINTINGS, FINK FUR- 


CLAMUK. LEADED OLABB WANTR D, LARGE GARAGK, 

«- maM and ^daro-e 417AM8_ girl'. Mke. M 47fHfl88. _ 90 PETS AND SUPPLIES 

an ELECTRIC RANGE, *75; *va prxri. TiW.r nuia *un- -- - 


GIRL'S FIGURE SKATES; CUB vSniff^CesOKi!'‘ MrtSfil^SS . *«^EVr'S "^ ^ ^ 

unilorm 384-1M2 One-year warraaty, food aelectioa »43 JOHNSON_306714 «a*nma, W, 3BMMa Tfiltortal- MAIM “g? to,a 1_ h S l ft 


99 NEW CAR DIRECTORY 


The 

1970 DATSUNS 
ARE HERE 
NOW! . 


ROOVBR WASHER SPIN DRYER, R ^*^ b i * -- !^ ! g! L 8 ^ L I?f t - ^ :- PING PONG imiS ^’ 3 ° 0 " BCILB SEWING MACHINE 

SwornT uia4 1 year *75 682-1673 FTRBANK FARM «» ^p* only paln tad or h*"* lwUieratia ehair. revrrer *ew 47B-17B1. 

— -'- - 1180 ROYAL OAK unjmlnled. Prime stfleeaj, u* m TO-aw _ -—■ ■■ _ ■—-— - 

mGHLAJID DANCING OUTFIT, Freib ovraiready poultry. Garden D«Bm __ AUTCMSATIC WASHER. GOOD bdt > <^- R WA»t JmXJ5, 

lire 12- M-3SSL- freah BHNDIX WASHBH-DRYER COM '*l^ 3n « condition, reaaonoU* Po -!--- 


and apricot. Plain" 478-5215 

---DATSUN "1000" 

FR£E 6 -MONTH-OLD BLACK DATSUN "M00" 
Cucker font* pup. Alao 1 UttaiL DATSUN pickup 
DATSUN "1600" 


“ 88 ” 4-door hardtop, V- aetjan, automatic* radio. 
8 automatic, power Reg. 5895 NOW 5745 

steering and brakes.-- 

Custom radio. Protection Benefits ! J J 

YOUR PRICE 51245 . 

1. AU cars clearly price 

L966 METEOR 4-door hard- „ 

top V- 8 , automatic. 2 ' Wrrtten warrant y with 
, power steering and every car. 

brakes Custom radio. 3. All cars winterized. 

Clean inside and out. 4. G.M.A.C Financing. 
YOUR PRICE 51799 5 . Exchange privileges. 


THDOOR-OTTDOOR carpet. 
p*r cent off- S8S-MS3. Charge* 


OPEN DAILY 8-1:30 


BENDIX WASHER-DRYER GOM 
rinotion. Good condition. *80 065 

2554 


CHILD'S TRICYCLE. *U; LIGHT 


I XMAS TREES -PINK AND FIR: 
• rid In -vhotate lot*. 4TB-4HT7. 


5 COLLIE CROSS 
to Critic* HI niortf*. *5 


DAT 8 UN ‘1600" «pcrt S33 

All tally ogidppod 

DAVID MOTORS LTD. 


ICWELY SILVER GREY 
wore once, SB. ■*». 


1101 Yates 


APPLES — BATING AND COOK- °* lar 1Ho ^v5?oS d, a l ESSS MUSKRAT TRCTTTER, II1*. *100 ?"SN. Wtojmi Md«*. Both good PUi»0 AND HEKCH. MN. TV. 2 gUD^.Y BABY GUINEA HG8, 

in, 4Sg Wflfchra*. M. H>«SSS »" r^°.” «»■"* *»* »■ _ condl tton. gK 477-6823. _ _ 50c-TQ=. _ 479-2836. - ^^2” TjMift 

run TREKS. CUT YOUR OWN *usar only 55c down; mince tart* UNDERWOOD PORTABLE TYPE- „ HA " D BBITTHD IRISH U-YBAK BEATTY WRINGER, *60; f, ™ CT0R OANAH4E8. 1 

4 jkAW» J*c <Vjm& a , lL writer, tie luxe. era*. S85-M92 i£F l ._ v ;? fCt4 « I PWlover, *a 40, ping pong tab*, SlO 41S-M0G Geniton RnHer nary 3M-1271. v_.— m at re 

-i anm our*. m. - « ^ ° ‘ D - ?7 E - ” rebuilt g- "*". - n r, », pgM.a e* U “ Y, ’“ ***" 

worn once, S». RUGS LOOK "NEW." ITS 90 Reasonable. 4U 3771 Zt-NTTH PORTABLE TV; 31“ drape*. *80- 478-15T7. *50. 479-4919. _ 

WhT ^ ■W TE b^' D -iSSto 23S& TH W ‘ 38,M71 ' r V^Uima^ABER,^ 2 PAIRS '«« OUT OF ^ CARS FOR SALE 

Foriar-* Far*. 7«3 7*1*. *83-2114 ft, n .00. Wu* miterlfil*. ac<xrqtoft --- BRITANNICA U5S40 EDITION ** W *’**”' a ”- 2,9< -- 

PLANED LUMBER. Hi 2X6, 2X3 Ofirk and P.ttlwn, 7fc) Bav St Sea SAND MAD® NEW RXRfll* DOLL with rixA.-a**. *275. txcellanl con% DESK; GUITAR; PINO PONG CHCM EfbCEH SETTER PUPPIES STOCK. I9U PLYMOUTH. GOOD 
2*M, vartou* lingtha. 479-4234 our ad under Printer* for other clothtn*. S44-1SIM tton. 477-2422. table 385-7381 _ 4W-aflH2 condltioa Off or* WAH 

BEAUTY PARLOR EQUIPMENT “ - ■— DRAIN TILE. » CENTS EACH DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RING AUTOMATIC WMRER. DRYER; CAI9AR3ffi GUARANTEED «NG 1901 VOLKSWAGEN VAN, <150 OR 

and atafitea 1850060. FRIG ID AIRE Bt LU CT, _ SO-H X _ twin cH.et getting. 383-9085. toldge CBere. Aflre- 1. 684-3609 are 3B4W_ <gl*r. 4W-38&_ 


VACUUM CLEARER, J7; 2 PAtR£ &ABK JKHU'Mti JUST OUT OF « A#S 

glrl'f ritriea, *a ooch; 38S-279I. 47S-NBI. '00 CAR5 rOK 5ALS 


v«in, vartou* langtha, 479-4234 our untlar Printer* tor other 

BEAUTY PARLOR EQUIPMENT - - - ’ y ■ ■ - - ^^—, 

raMl — ■ Al i ■ SfM-JYM] F RICIDAIRE uE LU Xi, 

and raemra -._ --«ee4ltri. to* al at ad freeier, *75. S84- 

MATERNITY CLOTHES. MZK 12 #903 


and 14 tamnd new. 385-1471 


TRAIN SET. ROAD RACE SET. 
[mlcroacapc. chatnialry *el. gullar 


3-PCE GOOD SLATE, WILL FTr I MUSKRAT FUR JACKET. 141* TOYS. GAMES, BOY’S SKATES WTPTES M >R SAUS, *5. 

414x1 pool lari* 113-746-4624. Itx 382-8386. after fl. An 4; «tri'* cloHfln*. 477drill 479-370 


'58 RAMBLER. <175 
47S43R 


TOR HO AND 


FROST FRJBE VTtIBtiE (75: 
I year-old grldlnfi offer. 479-7491. 


3 8MALAI B AUSTIN CAMBRIDGE, AA B 


Remember: • 
When you buy at 
NATIONAL 
You DON’T pay 
too much.' 

NATIONAL 
CHRYSLER - DODGE 


819 Yates St 


CORNELL 

CHEVROLET, 

OLDSMOBILE 

CADILLAC 

3050 DOUGLAS STREET 
Thru to BURNSIDE 
(Opp. Mayfair.) 


Open "Til 9 p.m. 

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21 Withstand* 

25 Poe'a bird 
28 Vaporoua 
32 Lilted (naut.J 
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S4 Singing voice 
35 Auitrallan 

cattle dog * 

51 frighten 

37 Natural fat 

38 Violent 
itorra 

42 Giri’i name 
45 Put to 
41 Inferior 
4S Melt down 

52 The Britlah 

56 Legtilatlva 
body 

5* Mental elate. 

■a of an army 
87 Barten 
Bg Idolized 

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1 Miiplace 

2 Soviet city 

3 Notch 

4 female deer 

5 Aged 

I Require* 

7 Soviet 
mount* Ini 
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Emergency 

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10 Grow weary 
U Sea eaglei 

12 Layer of 
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100 CARS FOR SALE 


EMPRESS 


100 CARS FOR SALE 


PONTIAC 


BUICK 


2867 Douglas St. 


Convenient G.M.A.C. 
BUDGET BUYING 
No Payments 'Til the 
End of January, 1370 

sedan 


1969 VIVA 4-door 
De luxe model. 
Grey. 


$1980 


24 Most reliable 
28 Rodent* 

21 flab uuce 
27 Muiical 
Instrument 

25 Third-year 
lalmon 

30 It Is one of the 

British -a 

31 forest 

creature 
S3 female 
horses 

411 Peld (ab.) 

41 Dropsy 


42 formerly 

43 Change 
direction 

44 feminine 

> appellation 

48 Prevaricator 

47 Shield 
bearing 

48 Obnoxious 
plant 

5(1 father (coll.) 

51 Summer tfr.) 

53 Scottish 
musical 
congress 

54 Golt teacher 



100 CARS FOR SALE 


HORWOOD 

for 

MAZDA 

*65 CHEVY H ,Nova 2-door 
hardtop super sports. 
Automatic. 

new tires $1495 

■62 VALIANT 4-door 

sedan $495 

'65 CHEV Bel Air Sedan, 
automatic, V-8. 

Radio $1395 

•65 AUSTIN 1800 $1195 

’65 CHRYSLER $1835 

’67 ACADIAN, 2-door hard¬ 
top, automatic. $2195 

'52 ROVER ‘‘75”. One 
owner. Only 

SPORTS CARS 


100 


CARS FOR SALE 


100 


CARS FOR 5ALE 


$445 


‘68 TRIUMPH Spitfire, wire 
wheels, radio. Excellent 
condition. $1995 

'65 MGB, wire wheels.! 
radio, new tires $1495 


’67 AUSTIN Healey Sprite,! 
low mileage $16451 

'65 AUSTIN Healey “3000," 
wire wheels, over 
drive $1995 

More to Choose From 

ALL 1970 MAZDA MODELS 
NOW IN STOCK 

including the 

"1200” STATION WAGON 
810 JOHNSON STREET 
385-1451 


TOYOTALAND 

USED CAR BUYS 
SAUNDERS & HITCHMAN 

’67 CAPRICE Hardtop, V-8 
automatic, power 
brakes, power steering. 
NOW $2595 

'64 METEOR Custom 4-door 
Sedan, V-8, automatic, 
jxiwer steering $1295 
‘64 CHRYSLER Hardtop, all 
power equipment $1295 
'63 GALAXIE 500 Hardtop, 
V-8, standard shift $1195 
63 PONTIAC Sedan $ 895 
’65 VALIANT Station 

Wagon $1395 

WIN ELFORD 
DON ENGLAND 
OTTO VERWOOD 

SPECIAL! 

'66 BUICK Special, 4-door, 
power steering, power 
brakes, radio. One own¬ 
er, low mileage, a beau¬ 
tiful machine at $2395 

SAUNDERS & HITCHMAN 
SALES and SERVICE Ltd. 

OAK BAY LOT 
2040 CADBORO BAY RD. 
at Foul Bay Rd. 

592-2471 

TOYOTA LAND 


1969 PONTIAC 2-door Paris- 
ienne. Fully equipped 
with V-8, automatic 
transmission, power 
steering and brakes, 
radio. Low mileage. 
Blue. $3295 

1969 PONTIAC Convertible, 
V-8, automatic, radio, 
power steering, power 
brakes. 

Autumn gold $3895 

1369 PONTIAC 4-door Pari- 
sierwie. Fully equipped 
with V-8, automatic 
transmission, power 
steering and brakes, 
radio. Low mileage. 
Autumn gold. $3295 


ENSIGN 

CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH 

UNDER THE 
"BIG SIGN” 

930 YATES STREET 

Buy Now With 
PROTECT-A-MATIC 
No Down Payment! 
Get Extra Xmai Cash! 
Payment Consolidation! 
Sickness and Accident 
Payment Protection! 


LARGEST SLECTION 
of NEW and USED 

VOLKSWAGENS 

on Vancouver Island 


SPEEDY SEZ!!! 


ONLY 6 MORE NEW OR 
USED CARS TO GO BE¬ 
FORE SOMEONE WINS 
THEIR CAR FREE! 

-For details- 

Drop in and see the boys at 
your friendly Volkswagen 
dealer. 


COMPACTS 


1967 CORTINA G.T. 
radio. Blue 


with 

$1495 


1965 MORRIS Minor station 
wagon. Green $896 


1963 VALIANT 2-door 
sedan. 


'68 ACADIAN Beaumont 2- 
door hardtop, custom 
radio. 

SALE PRICE $2295 
No down payment 
36 payments of $77 


100 


CARS FOR SAL I 


ENSIGN 

CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH 

UNDER THE 
“BIG SIGN” 

930 YATES STREET 

Buy Now With 
PROTECT-A-MATIC 
No Down Payment! 
Get Extra Xmas Cash! 
Payment Consolidation! 
Sickness and Accident 
Payment Protection! 


100 CARS FOR SALE 


ENSIGN 

CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH 

UNDER THE 
“BIG SIGN" 

930 YATES STREET 

Buy Now With 
PROTECT-A-MATIC 
No Down Payment! 
Get Extra Xmas Cash! 
Payment Consolidation! 
Sickness and Accident 
Payment Protection! 


100 


CARS FOR SALE 


PETER POLLEN 
Announces a “Better Idea" 
for you. the customer . . . 

-SATISFACTION GUAR AN 
TEED OR YOUR MONEY 
BACK IN SEVEN DAYS. 


PICK A DOOL! 

A dool is a deal with an 
"OOH" in it. 


69 CHRYSLER Newport 2- 
door hardtop, V-8 motor, 
automatic transmission, 
power steering and 
brakes. 

SALE PRICE $3995 
No down payment 
36 payments of $133 


'67 ACADIAN Beaumont 4- 
door hardtop, automatic, 
custom radio. 

SALE PRICE $2295 
No down payment 
36 payments of $77 


'68 CHRYSLER Newport 2- 
door hardtop, bucket 
seats, console vinyl roof, 
power steering, power 
brakes, radio. 

SALE PRICE $3795 
No down payment 
36 payments of $127 


$895 


'67 FORD Galaxie “500" 2- 
door hardtop, V-8 motor, 
automatic transmission, 
power steering, power 
brakes, custom radio. 
SALE PRICE $2695 
No down payment 
36 payments of $90 


1964 STUDEBAKER 2 - door 
with radio. 

Grey $695 

1965 COMET 4-Door Sedan. 
6 -cylinder. 

Metallic green. $1395 

1964 ACADIAN 4-door sedan. 
Blue $995 


PPPPPPPPP 

PPPPPPPPP 

PLIMLEY 
Since 1893 

The NAME is YOUR 
GUARANTEE! 

COMPARE CARS! 

COMPARE PRICES! 


SPECIAL 3-DOOR HAKDTOPS 
82 THUNDERBLRD, factory air. 
very clean. 

65 CHEV SUPER SPORT, 400-H.P 
un ihe flour. 

68 BARRACUDA, bucket seals, con- 
sole shift. 

66 CHEV IMPALA automaUc. like 
new. 

AU Cars Tested. 

HOUSTON MOTORS 
854 PANDORA 3646713 


1969 V O LKSWAGEN 
back sedan, 
equipped 


YEAR-END 
CLEARANCE SALE 
NOW ON! 
SAVE $100’s 


BEST Selection 

BEST Condition 
BEST Guarantee 
BEST Terms 


Come In and Browse 


Exclusive Dealer for: 
AUSTIN — RAMBLER 
JAGUAR — ROVER 
LAND ROVER 
TRIUMPH MGB 
Sport Cars 


4 only brand new 
1969 de luxe 
VOLKSWAGENS 
Full w arranty—big dis¬ 
counts 

1969 V O L KSWAGEN Kar- 
mann Ghia. Automatic 
fully equipped $2695 

1969 V OLKSWAGEN Knot- 
back. Automatic, fully 
equipped $2695 

Fast- 
Fully 
$2595 

1969 VOLKSWAGEN station 
wagon. Fully 
equipped $2795 

1968 VOLKSWAGEN, Auto- 
matic, low 
mileage $1995 

1967 V O L K S WAGEN de 

luxe $1495 

1968 V O L K S WAGEN de 

luxe $1695 

1966 V O L K S WAGEN de 

luxe 51295 

1965 VOLKSWAGEN $1095 

Volkswagen VAN. ha, l** VOLKSWAGEN $1695 

1965 V O L KSWAGEN sun- 
roof $1295 

1962 VOLKSWAGEN $795 

1964 VOLKSW AGEN Station 

wagon $1395 

1965 VOLKSWAGEN 
Station wagon $1595 

1967 VOLKSWAGEN Station 

wagon $1995 

1967 VOLKSWA G E N 
Fastback $1795 

Wide selection of 1970 
Campers and Vans. 

1965 V O L K S W A G E N 
camper van $1795 

1957 VOLKS W A G E N 
van $295 


NO DOWN PAYMENT: '61 HILL 
man S.W. *2SI; '«! Falron S.W 
*493; ‘58 Zephyr, new motor JOI 
*35(1; '59 l’onllac. standard 6. H.T 
*?Si; '62 Pontiac S.W.. excellent con 
dltkin. *H9T.; '59 Austin. 1 uwnri 
*395; '» Plymouth S.W. aa Is, *5(1 
All Cars Tested 
Houston Motors 

854 Pandora 384-6713 

"HAVE CO CAB WISH TO SELL 
my immaculately kept Lincoln 
Continental, P.S., P.B., P.W . P.S 
ComfteU luxury at a low prio* <* 
*2.300. 

Mr Downey. 396-8034 


1967 DODGE Polara sedan, 
V-8, automatic. 

Green $1695 

1963 PONTIAC 4-door sedan. 
Automatic, power steer¬ 
ing, radio. Green. $1095 

1966 CHEVROLET I m pal a 
super sport convertible. 
Automatic, radio, power 
steering, power brakes. 
Blue. $2095 

1966 OLDS “88” 4-door hard¬ 
top. Automatic, radio, 
power steering and 
brakes. Green $2295 


'69 PLYMOUTH Satellite 2- 
Door Hardtop. V-8, auto¬ 
matic, power steering 
vinyl roof, radio. 

Cost New $4200 

SALE PRICE $3444 


100 


CARS FOR SALK 


PETER POLLEN 
Announces a “Bfrtter Idea” 
for you, the customer . . . 

SATISFACTION GUARAN¬ 
TEED OR YOUR MONEY 
BACK IN SEVEN DAYS.” 


BUDGET Your Purchase 
Through LOW COST 
FORD MOTOR CREDIT 


’69 PLYMOUTH Belvedere 
Station Wagon. V-8, auto¬ 
matic, power steering, 
radio, wheel covers. 

Cost New $4150 

SALE PRICE $3555 


'68 CHRYSLER Newport 4- 
door sedan, V-8 motor, 
automatic transmission, 
power steering, power 
brakes, custom radio. 
SALE PRICE $3295 
No down payment 
36 payments of $110 


66 RAMBLER Ambassador 
4-door station wagon, 
automatic transmission. 
SALE PRICE $2295 
No down payment 
36 payments of $77 


'67 CHRYSLER Newport 2- 
door hardtop V-8 motor, 
automatic, power steer¬ 
ing, power brakes, 
bucket seats, vinyl roof, 
custom radio. 

SALE PRICE $3395 
No down payment 
36 payments of $113 


’66 COMET Capri 4-door 
sedan, V-8 motor, auto- 
matic transmission, 
radio. 

SALE PRICE $1595 
No down payment 
36 payments of $54 


1964 DATSUN Sports 
vertible,' radio. 
Black 


$1095 


1986 GRAND PARISIENNE. 35.<W) 
miles, vtnjl roof, 2 -door hardtup. 
power steering. brakes and 
antenna. 121(41 or bent offer Rhone 
shet 6 p m. Ja3-i72e. 


FDR SALE; 1982 CHEV BEL AIR 2- 
door hardtop 1986 Volkswagen, 
smarted. 1989 Pontiac Grand Pie 
Uterine. fuHy loaded. Often 383 
3513, or 382-0888 evenings 


AUTOMATIC 

■ Fmlcca ds luxe. 2 -door rsdlo. 
studded snow tires, new from tires, 
56.000 miles, excellent condition. 
478-5K21. 


Iflffi CORVAIfl AUTOMATIC. GOOD 
comMiun, *5M: 19fd Volvo slallon 
wagon, engine ami ixxly In gnist 
mndttlnn. needs clutch and Iran* 
ml Mon. *230 or otters. 384-8930 

87 CORTINA G.T RADIAL TIRES 
chrome trim package, shoulder 
dyle seat belts, cxcepUonal onndJ 
linn. 478-131B 


382-9121 


PLIMLEY 

1010 Yates 


MU.IIU. 1949 PLYMOUTH TUDOR 
Engine and rubber god Need* 
windshield, upholstery and paint 

jih. •tM-a.iihi alter 3;30. 

82 PONTIAC PARISIAN E 3- 
rtuor hardtop. V-s automatic, radio. 


66 PLYMOUTH Belvedere 
4-door sedan, automatic 
t r a nsmission, custom 
radio. 

SALE PRICE $1995 
No down payment 
36 payments of $67 


67 CHRYSLER Custom 
Newport 4-door sedan, V- 
8 motor, automatic 
transm ission, power 
steering, power brakes. 
SALE PRICE $2995 
No down payment 
36 payments of $100 


’69 PLYMOUTH 
Door Sedan. 


Cost New 
SALE PRICE 


Fury 2 

$3425 
$2888 


‘69 BARRACUDA Fastback 
Coupe. Bucket seats, 
automatic, whitewalls, 
wheel covers. 


1967 B U IC K Le Sabre, 
sedan. Full Buick 
power equipment. A 
low-mileage, one-owner 
local oar. Wouldn’t 
you rather drive this 
Buick at only $2,795 

1989 DODGE Dart Swinger 
hardtop, high perform¬ 
ance, 340 automaUc, 
wide ovals, radio. Only 
5.000 miles. 

$3195 

1968 PLYMOUTH Fury 4 
door sedan. Automatic. 
Ideal family car. 

$2195 

1967 RAMBLER Rebel se¬ 
dan. 6 cylinder stan¬ 
dard. Diis car is in 
showroom condition. 

$1995 

1965 MUSTANG convertible, 
289 V-8, automatic, 
power steering, radio, 
"niia sharp unit is fin¬ 
ished in Vintage Bur¬ 
gundy with white top, 
white vinyl bucket seats 
and centre console. 

$2195 

1969 FAIR LANE sedan, V-8. 
a u t o m a tic, power 
steering, p ower 
brakes, radio. Ex¬ 
ceptionally low mile¬ 
age. * 

$3195 


1969 VOLKSWAGEN de luxe 
2-door. Custom radio. 
Like new condition. 

$1895 

1969 FA3RLANE “500” 4- 
door sedan, V-8, auto¬ 
matic, power steering, 
radio. Another one- 
owner, low mileage car. 

$3395 v 

1968 FAIRLANE “500” 2- 
door hardtop, V-8, auto¬ 
matic, power steering, 
power brakes, radio. 
This Sharp car Is a de¬ 
light to own. 

$2695 


PETER POLLEN 
FORD 

10G0 Yates St. 384-1144 
Open until 9 p.m. 


Cost New 
SALE PRICE 


$3800 

$3295 


larted “'ll 
478-21441. 


kepi | 8 Ufl nr rlnsnl 


PPPPPPPPPPP 

PPPPPPPPPPP 


1967 KARvMANN GHIA. 2 TONE, 
y allow with Muck roof. 32,u0S miles, 
oven to offers. Excellent condition. 
1 owner Phone 562-6468 or 562rt08 


CADILLAC 

■S7 Sedan de ViUe—Power steering, 
brakes, windows. «-w*y seat, door 
locks, power trunk lock. 4-ipeaker 
FM stereo - radio, cilmalr contrttt 
sir • rood It toning, vinyl top, JO.OOn 
miles Acutely besutthd Inside 
and out. Must be seen. ^Privately 
owned ^ Asking *5.200 tKVs aai 

BLACK LINCOLN CONTINENTAL, 
1984 , nil options. Fid sir condition 
u*. |087S Tredes and financing 
but Bilged 11 wished. Or otter* 

soar. 

■M PONTIAC CHtEFTAH STATION 
wagon, tew stupe V-8 full power 
Atnerinan model, 
ndier. Ms-aarr 


*215 


856- 


ctoeest 


LMMACULATE RANCHE1K) 
Only 16,000 miles. V-8 automatic, 
iwwer steering and brakes, factors 
warranty. No trlfilers 582-4218. 


64 PONTIAC 4-DOOH REDAN, 
automatic. 6 cylinder, new brakes 
w;id t.xiCKa. 850-287J. 


MIMI MINOR TRUCK. NEEDS 
work for Inspection. 1150 takes. 477 
8682 after 5 p.m. 


LADY DRIVEN 1*5 AUSTIN A-50. 
government teated, excellent senond 
car 


1964 BUICK Le Sabre 4-door 
sedan, radio, automatic, 
power steering, power 
brakes. 

Metallic red. $1395 

1965 METEOR Montcalm, 2- 
door hardtop, V-8, auto¬ 
matic, radio, power 
sleering, power brakes 
new engine. 

Red $1795 

1964 DODGE station wagon 
V-8, automatic. 

Blue $1095 

1964 METEOR sedan, V-8. 
Blue $995 

1966 CHEVROLET Bel Air 4- 
Door Sedan. S-cylinder, 
automatic, power steers 
ing, power brakes, 
radio. 

White. $1995 

1966 FORD Fairlane 4-Door 
Sedan. V-8, automatic, 
power steering. 

White. $1795 


66 


PLYMOUTH Satellite 2- 
door hardtop, V-8 motor, 
automatic power steer¬ 
ing, bucket seats. 

SALE PRICE 
No down payment 
36 payments of $74 


$2195 


65 PONTIAC Parisienne 2- 
door hardtop, V-8 motor, 
automatic transmission, 
power steering, custom 
radio. 

SALE PRICE $1695 
No down payment 
36 payments of $57 


'66 CHRYSLER Windsor 4- 
door sedan, V-8 motor, 
automatic transmission, 
power steering, power 
brakes, custom radio. 
SALE PRICE $1995 
No down payment 
36 payments of $67 


*65 C H R YS L E R New 
Yorker 4-door hardtop, 
V-8 motor, automatic 
power steering, power 
brakes, power windows 
and seats. 

SALE PRICE $2395 
No down payment 
36 payments of $80 


64 CHRYSLER Windsor 4- 
door hardtop, V-8 motor, 
automatic transmission, 
power steering, power 
brakes, custom radio. 
SALE PRICE $1595 
No down payment 
36 payments of $54 


ENSIGN 

CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH 

UNDER THE 
“BIG SIGN” 

930 YATES STREET 

386-2411 

Open Weekdays ’til 9 


'63 BUICK Le Sabre 2-door 
hardtop, V-8 motor, 
automatic transmission, 
power steering, power 
brakes. 

SALE PRICE $1395 
No down payment 
36 payments of $47 


YOU NAME 'EM 
, WE'VE GOT 'EM! 

1968 Cadillac Brougham, 13.001) ml. 
1987 Alpine roadster, as new! 

1966 Grande Parisienne, Immac. 

1966 Mustang H.T. Sharp! 

1966 Honda roadster, vary econcani 
cal 

1903 fmpala convert 327 V-8 
l!«> Galaxie convert , 53.060 mile*. 
1960 l'ontlae convert, new top. 

1958 Impala 2-dr. HT S48. V-9, 52.006 
1 owner ml. 

1936 Ford Fairlane 2-dr. HT. 1 
owner. 352 V-R 

1957 Chev. Bel Air, new V-8 motor. 

1937 Ford 2-dr. HT, V-B stri. 

1956 Chev. Bel Air V-8, auto, 33,000 
actual 1-owner miles. Crazy! 
1968 Meteor 2 V-8 aid. Also 1 owner. 

Dlls car ts Immac ' 

1*55 Nomad V-8 aid. New motor etc. 


SPECIALS: 

1962 Acadian 6 auln 
1959 Chrysler Saratoga 
1857 Cadillac 
1936 Pontiac 6. aid 
1936 Dodge V-8 aid 
1837 Olda. 4-dr "Ss" 

Many more to choose 
from! 

No down payment. 


1967 VOLKSW A G 
van 


K N 1%7 PONTIAC Strata Chief, 


$1695 


1966 V O L K S W A GEN 7- 
$1895 


passenger bus 

1959 VOLKSW A G 
van 

1960 VOLKSWA G 
camper 


E N 

$795 

E N 
$875 


1985 MU3TANC. STEREO TAPE 
deck. A-1 condition, leaving coun 
try. 471 1411 


'87 MUSTANG FASTBACK 390 GT 
"A" magi, radio, automaUc 13830 
Offers MV6M 


'« A U ST I If. DUAL CARBS. 
overdrive, low mileage. MUU. 386- 
7471 


19* CHEV CAPRICE. 293. 4-DOOR 
hardtop, power steering. power 
Makes, automatic, poeltraetlon Ex- 
cam* condition *2230 477 *483 

87 FORD FALCON FUTIIRA 
a ports coupe 2 <k»r. hardlnp. 

automatic low mileage. A-l cdwi- 
ttoo Htghsat otter Ukei. *83-7249. 


L9tf? MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE, 
automatic, only 8 , 1*10 mile*, no 
rexaumUjIe utter rehiaed 3854681. 


1 OWNER DRIVEN '« CHRYSLER 
Newport, 383 sedan. Like new. EOun 
Cart or trada for mortgage 384 

5sa 


TWO IMS's FOR *100 EACH. 
1MD Vamhall Station Wagon. 
1HB Valiant 4-door 
Sea than at an Richmond Road 


'31 AUSTIN Art SEDAN, AUTO- 
matic. radio, haater. winter! aed 
Inspected Vary good 
oondKlan. 479 1001 


1982 MORRIS MINOR, JUST 
through testing station, *156 or beat 
oflsr. 417-5635. 


BEAUMONT CUSTOM HARD- 

Ijp. V ' aulomnlir. UuWer slewing 
and brakes, radio, SUM. 477-15*1 


SPEEDWAY 
MOTORS LTD. 

971 Yatea at Vancouver 


56 CHEV. 2-DOOR HAS BASIC J75 
horse. 337 Chav, ulus Mickey 
Thompson oflaet ram Jog. joe Hunt 
vertex mag., rirtch fan. Mra* baa 
been maduned, needs ktUe txriy 
work plus paint. Take trade or best 
cart otter. Mat sell *2-9078. 


l&tt DESOTO IN BEAUTIFUL 
condition. AutomaUc. all power 
|3Ni or nearest utter. 386-3726 


68 CORTINA G.T STILL 
warranty, 11800 or heat attar. 
7801 or 383-2845. 


56 FORD. EXCELLENT CONDI- 
Uo n, ^Q hrotn* rims. (MO or otters 


■ BEAUMONT, V-8 WAGON; * 
Superbee; '« Firebird: '68 lauzu 
'« Toyola; ‘6i Ranchero. 86 
Mustang; © Balck 2-dr. H.T . M 
Volkswagen aquareback; 61 A-S> 
1 ^» Bkw's (Britlsli Mntmsi. 2940 
Douglas Street. Phone 3 84-7841 

IBtfi OLD6-*UKE NEW 
Cutlass Supreme 4-door vinyl Hard 
tup. automatic, power steering uni 

hrakes, lady owner. Musi he seen 
In be iiiprectaled. S.JSD SC-6648 or 

479-415 6._ 

1964 CHEV. BEL AIN, V-0 AUTO- 
matlc, power staaring. b., 

exceiglonally dean In and out. New 
brakes, rtorka. exhanrt. etc Ex 
cellist mechanical nandltiaa. Pri¬ 
vate 662-2279. 


2 -dooc s«dan, 6 cylinder, 
radio. 

White. * $1895 

1962 PONTIAC Laurenban 2- 
door hardtop, V-8, auto¬ 
matic, radio. 

Black. $695 

TRANSPORTATION 

SPECIALS 

All units government 
safety tested 

1960 FLAT $150 

1958 RAMBLER sedan $250 

1963 STUDEBAKER 
station wagon. 


$295 

1961 RAMBLER sedan. $295 


LAOT WISHES TO SELL 1MD 
Ponuac convert., new tup, « cyl, 
auto. PA. P R. IBfc Asm 1857401. 


HIPPIES DELIGHT 
Rebuts 1K3 Ant In 990 Mini Minor 

9rt49W 


1956 RAMBLER, 
work *1M 478-6146 


NE15D6 BODY 


53 CHEV 2-DOOR 
Ottera. 471-3857, 5-1 p.m 


HARDTOP. 


TAKE OVER PAYMENTS ON 
goad npoiaasaed cars. Jim, 3*54)081 


UR CHEV PAM.f MJH .SALE 
SSs any otter 478J8H 

'* VANGUARD 6« 


l»l BUICK LX SABRE DON- 
vertible, par lad condition. 1 owner, 
quick sate *13B5. 3*34288. 


93 PONTIAC PARISIENNE. 2- 
door harrtogi, V-8 automatic, power 
s tearing. very pud condlllon 
B.lrt. Alan '66 Acadian Innate, 2- 

doca. me. 479-1877 


LADY DRIVEN 

Immaculate ‘6* Comet convertible 
perfect In every reepart. Low 
mileage. Moving So UAA. *8B8 471 
8067. 


'63 MORRIS 1100, *625 OR NEAR- 
aat Otter HO2D4I 


1966 FORD 
bus, U 


AUTOMATIC MINI 
S4.U0. 384-6479 


lean vdlvo sport, mechanic 

owned linn or beat Otter *62-6772. 


1MB BE'LVKDERB 
I wa®jn. teeted. 478-070B. 


1961 PLYMOUTH FURY RELIABLE 
fankly car. New brakaa, recant 
valve grind Radio and heater 
Power steering, all rasnd good 
corvIlUon. HSIS1. Phone 47S-211* 


19B8 MORRIS, GOOD MEOHAN1 
cel oondlU*. lertad. W inotwllng 
tax and Iranfer 881-1000 


'SI VAUKHA14.. 
lion :w2-»4as. 


GOOD OOKD1 


EMPRESS 

PON TIA C-BUICK LTD. 

Buy on Our 
G.M.A.C. 
BUDGET PLAN 

30-day exchange privilege 
AND 

30-day, 5050 Guarantee 
382-7121 

2867 DOUGLAS STREET 
DRIVE IN OFF TOPAZ 


'62 CHRYSLER Windsor 2- 
door hardtop, V-8 motor, 
automatic transmission, 
power steering and 
brakes, custom radio. 
SALE PRICE $1195 
No down payment 
36 payments of $40 


*195 

5103 

*195 

113 

*125 

*93 


Tyee 


Motors, 950 Yates 
386-8034 


WHOLESALE POSSESSION 


'63 PONTIAC Laurentian 4- 
door sedan, V-8 motor, 
automatic transmission, 
custom radio. 

SALE PRICE $1195 
No down payment 
36 payments of $40 


*63 MERCURY Monterey 4- 
door sedan, V-8 motor, 
standard transmission. 
SALE PRICE $995 
No down payment 
36 payments of $34 


‘63 FORD Falcon convert 
ible, V-8 motor, auto 
m a t i c t ransmission, 
custom radio. ~ 

SALE PRICE 
No down payment 
30 payments of $34 


$795 


83 Pteiec V-8, 2-dwr tedtop. 

M Piaike V-8, aeden. 

66 I'onllac V-8. aeriaii. 

88 Chev. U-tco pickup 
Ui Chev. ImiaUu td.ii hgrdlofi. 

64 Ford Galaxie 2<5nor hardtop. 
KfH-ed. 

81 Oktamnblle 4-door hardtop. 

68 Envoy Fj8c (Uke newi 
AH vehtelei In good running 
condition. Muat be add for highest 
otter 364-6871 

DON'T GIVE YOUR'CAR AWAY 
Let our experience sell It lor you at 
your price. Only 5 par cant 
commission. Tyae Motors, 38M034. 
950 Yales. 


1969 FALCON sedan, V-8 
automatic, radio. This 
car is in showroom 
condition. 

$2695 

1968 F A IR LANE station 
wagon, V-8, automatic, 
radio. 

$2295 

1968 VAUXHALL Viva de 
luxe sedan with radio. 
The tough one from 
Britain. 

$1395 

1969 V O L K S WA6EN de 
luxe, custom radio, beige 
with dark red interior 
Why buy a new one? 

$1895 

1967 MUSTANG hardtop. V-8 
automatic, radio. lime 
gold with black vinyl 
roof. 

$2595 

1966 VOLKSWAGEN “1300" 
de luxe, custom radio. 
Black with red interior. 
Immaculate. 

$1395 

1968 ENVOY sedan. This 
roomy import has 
automatic trans 
mission and radio. 

$2095 

1968 CHRYSLER Newport 2 
door hardtop. Full 
power equipment. This 
luxury unit has been 
well maintained. 

$2995 

1967 FAIRLANE sedan, V-8 

automi tic, power 
steering, power 
brakes, radio. This 
car has been main¬ 
tained by us since it 
was new. 

$2295 


S.&H. DOWNTOWN S.&H. 

SAUNDERS & 
HITCHMAN 
DOWNTOWN 
USED CAR SPECIALS! 

FRONT ROW GEMS: 

1969 CORTINA STA¬ 
TION WAGON, auto¬ 
matic. excellent 

condition _$2495 

Ask for John Service on this 
<me. 

1968 TRIUMPH G.T. 6, very 

sporty . $2395 

Talk to Stan Biggs about it 
now. 

1967 VOLVO G.T. with radio. 

One owner.$2395 

1964 COMET 2-door sedan. 
Automatic, mint condi¬ 
tion, one owner . $1295 
Ask for Hugh Beck about 
details. 

SAUNDERS & HITCHMAN 
Sales k Service Ltd. 
DOWNTOWN LOT 
151514 QUADRA 
at PANDORA 
382-0032 

S.&H. DOWNTOWN S&H. 


DAVID MOTORS LTD. 

1961 INTERNATIONAL "1300" Carry 
Alt Very lota mileage. I1SM 

2966 VOLKSWAGEN -'1*00" Sedan 
Radio. A Meal ml this Brice *1130 

1964 VOLVO 1HS Sedan. Very 
riegn. SB ra.pt and perfor¬ 
mance too. *1495 

1963 OLDSMOBILE Cutlass Conver¬ 
tible, 4-speed transmission, *300 
Gold Fleck paint A reel sharp 
unit *1635 

1966 DODGE Pol era 4-Door Sedin. 
V-8, all power option*. Family 
tun at this prise. *1493 

1963 VOLVO Wagon. HanUfrflnd 
model. This c»r fully recondi¬ 
tioned. ready for winter *1196 

1368 ENVOY Epic. Antosnatic Big 
ipenal engine, 38,060 mile* H595 

1966 VOLVO DEMO. 

Save *300 oa this like-nm» 2-dors 

143 Balance of new oar wurenty 

a till in effect 

DATSUN - VOLVO 

DAVID MOTORS 
LTD. 


1101 YATES AT CJOOK 
PHONE 386-6168 


’69 SUNBEAM Arrow 4- 
door sedan, automatic 
t r a n amission, bucket 
seats, custom radio. 
SALE PRICE $2195 
No down payment 
36 payments of $74 


1957 PLYMOUTH SAVOY 6 
sedan, new brakes, front suspension 
and steering overhauled Good 
mralltlon. Tested *278. 66G3192 


MERCEDES 1963 220SE. FUEL 

Injection, executive car, showroom 
condition. *2.son. Would consider 
small car a* pet* trade. *83-4304. 


1963 FORD GALAXIE, V-S. AUTO- 
matlc, hardtop, power rteerlng, 
power brakes, whitewall tires, 
radio, *575, 6B2-11S2. 


DATSUN 2-door sedan, 4 
speeds on the floor. 
Custom radio. 

SALE PRICE 
No down payment 
36 payments of $64 


$1895 


69 


FIAT "850" 2-door 
sports coupe. 4-speed, on 
the floor, custom radio. 
SALE PRICE $1895 
No down payment 
36 payments of $64 


ENSIGN 

CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH 

UNDER THE 
"BIG SIGN” 

930 YATES STREET 

386-2411 

Open Weekdays ’til » 


ENSIGN 

CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH 

UNDER TOE 
“BIG SIGN” 

930 YATES STREET 

386-2411 

Open Weekdays 'til 9 


SEIZED AUTOMOBILES 
Call Mr. Green, S86-&14 
ROYAL AUTO SALES 
1806 Blanahard Street by the Arena. 


SNAP. 1969 MERCURY MARQUIS 
10-paaaenger wagon, 1,000 ml. Beau- 
tUul shape, power windows, g-way 


1961 CAMARO 360, 4-SPEED. 

Otters, or will trad* for etnas car. 
Phone 479-1846. 5 p.m. id 8 p.m. 


'57 CHEV. HEL AIR HARDTOP 3(10 
tap,, 327 — 4-speed. Acrylic lacquer, 
Naugahyde Interior BMEJ 

'61 BUICK LX SABRE, 4-DOOR, 
power ■ leering, power swats 1430. 
Teeted. 2073 Oak Bay Ave. 316 MB 

« FURY 2-DOOR HARDTOP SIS, 
VS aiteniBlIc, power Scoring, 
radio, etc. Beat offer 47T-S15T. 

;**2 ME RCURY EXCELLENT 
ccndldon. 83.000 mtlea MnM sell 
*795. 47K-4T29 alter 8 weekday* 

B FORD 4-DOOR STATION 
wagon. V*. automatic, retbo and 
heater. 9360 or otter. 3CrtM 

'« HUiCK. TESTED. 6100 OR 
nearest offer. -W-tHfi*. 

» PONTIAC. GOOD SHAPE. 6130 

te-046* 

'60 CHEV. EL CAM]NO <6H). 
MS-9194. 

59 BUICK. FAIR SHAPE. HOC. 
After 5. 395-4675. 

FANTASTIC ISM FORD 1936. ART'S 
CAR BALKS, IrtSKB 

INS PONTIAC LAURBfTIAN. TOP 
condition, QUO. 476-2146. 

84 VALIANT 4-DOOR I STD., 
radio, *950 or often 394-1674 

1964 CQWSCT.. 180 

-59 HOICK PARTS OR WHOLE 
396-7956 *4)1. 96, twnry 

'62 VOLKSWAGEN DE LUXE, 6400 
or beat rtfw 39B-91M 


1966 COMET Cyclone 2-door 
hardtop, V-8 auto¬ 
matic, radio. This 
ideal car for the 
young at heart. 

$1895 

1965 OLDSMOBILE Super 
88 , 2-door hardtop. A 
luxury car with fully 
power equipped and in 
good condition. 

$1995 

1968 CORTINA "1600” de 
luxe sedan. Automatic 
transmission. 

$1695 

1966 OLDSMOBILE Vista- 
cruiser station wagon. 
Automatic with com-i 
plete power equipment 
Easy care all vinyl 
interior. 

$2195 

1969 PLYMOUTH Fury HI 2- 
door hardtop. Com 
pleteiy equipped with V- 
8 , automatic, power 
steering, power brakes 
and stereo tape sys¬ 
tem. Less than 4,000 
miles. 

Save $1000 

$3795 

1965 DODGE 4-door sedan, 
6 . standard. Ideal for 
the young family. 

$995 


D 

O 

U 

C» 

L 

A 

VOLKSWAGEN 
Your Newest 
Volkswagen Dealer 

WE HAVE A LARGE 
SELECTION OF NEW AND 
USED VOLKSWAGENS 

3329 DOUGLAS ST. 
Open 9 'til 9 t 
388-5466 


WWWWWWWWWW 
WILLE MOTORS 

67 Ply mouth 6 aite *13B 

66 T-BJrd convert leaded *3363 

66 Cyclone convert 11995 

rn Buick Wildcat tttop (1995 

65 Otdl. F-83 11365 

S3 G.M.C Van *1395 

14 Ford window van, scats, 

bed, table. Idea] cam par *1193 
64 Dodge wagon. V-8. P-S- *1093 

64 Falcon wagon, V-R, algo. *1193 
63 Chev Impala V-* H.T. *1295 

83 Rambler *295 

62 Envoy S. wagon *895 

Cl Buick convertible *795 

3240 Douglas at 38*3*13 

After 6 B.DL M2-3953 

WWWWWWWWWW 


'57 CHEV 6 STAND GOING THB 
weekend, beet after. SHrtfC. 


PETER POLLEN 
FORD 

1060 Yates St. 384-1144 
Open until 9 p.m. 


M POKTIAC HAHBKNME CON- 
vartUke Mi at In molar, pemer 
<hac brakaa, Piss Mailing. S-apsrri 
turbo hynarenalic tren wnt sgon 
Qnnse coni ml. Hit wearing wheel, 
power windows, p o w er araL power 
aerial, rear speaker Excellent 
r-ondlllion. priced at 6*966 3CC342. 
or 3S4-4B3S _ 

MUST HELL THIS WEEKEND 19M 
Chev, Impels 3-dr hardtop apart 

coupe. Power tearing, power 
brakes. *50 cu In. motor, rear de¬ 
froster. pateraetkm, radio, fadary 
atr aoruUtkmfng, de lnxe ItAteur 
excellent oandlUan. Only 63.195. 63* 
8657. 


1966 JAVELIN 2-DOOR HARDTOP, 
red with while bucket tea** 6 , 
standard, radio, baatklfuL clean, 
good-looking ear. Crag new 68.WC 
Private g£jg Br sale. 


CLEAN '*4 PONTIAC 
■ten. V-8, automatic, 
•quipped, tod lasted MOD SB- 


GRAND 


power 

oaxbtleginc. nra 
after 6 p.DL 4TT-HM 


*1UX. 4«>«KD 

powar brake*, air 
motor Fhionf 


1MB JAVKLDf 3-DOOR HARDTOP. 
VI. ankmeik. power. Ll.aaa m>. 
use new. 11)8 or trade for elation 

wagon WgH m «7SJMM 


MUST SELL 


1*» VOLKSWAGEN 

radio Mitel 






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30 *.. Victoria, B C., Saturday, Dec. 13, 1969 

100 CARS FOR SAL! i 100 CARS FOR Sin inn 


DOUGLAS MOTORS 


100_CARS FOR SALE 

BRITISH CAR CENTRE 
"CORTINA COUNTRY" 


CARS FOR SALl 


100 CARS FOR SALl 

'B TORS FALCON. *SaToR BEST 
Offer. *82-11670. 


2524 Douglas 

Victoria’s largest 
used car dealer. 


1MB G.T.X. Plymouth Moor Hr. 
P.&. P.B. automatic 128(5 


ICRIVY B stalk® nin. « 
cytindar—standard CSK 


UR MUSTANG, • eyllmter, 

&T. CHS 


USS MUSTANG V-* 4^w*d SLB5 


1M TOYOTA * 
Cat 12500 


IMS H4MHI.ru oaten 


UR CORWAIR Ho 
3-door HT 


I CHEV 5-door HT automatic 38951 


(Hluli too XL 2-door, PS. 
P.B. SUSS 


1W FORD Mat)(in wagnrt. V-8 
automatic *565 


MM CARAVELLJE aporta car Ilka nriI 
M-, 2 topi «N5 LJE-AL,. 


1968 TRIUMPH Spitfire con¬ 
vertible with radio. A 
one-owner unit, ideal 
tor the sports car 
enthusiast. $1845 

1965 SUNBEAM Minx 4-door 
sedan, fully outfitted for 
winter driving. S1095 

1964 VAUXHALL, fully re¬ 
conditioned for winter 
driving. $695 

1964 AUSTIN Cambridge 4- 
door sedan. This one- 
owner unit has excep¬ 
tionally 1 o w mileage. 
Ready for winter driv- 
. ing. J795 

SEE one of our MERRY 
MEN for YOUR MERRY- 


SUBURBAN 


ON 

DOUGLAS 

"VICTORIA’S 
FORD CORTINA 
HEADQUARTERS’ 


1969 MARQUIS Brougham 4-1 
door seder., 429 V-8, 
automatic, power steefc 
ing, power , brakes, 
power windows, twin 
comfort seats, stereo; 
tape system. 10,000 
miles, finished in burnt 
orange with white vinyl 
interior. One owner. 

Pre Xmas 

SPECIAL 54498 


1MB CHRYSLER aeten. power steer¬ 
ing, power brakes, acdomaUc. 
Re* Prlca *lfl!5. 

Safa Prtra 31696 

DOUGLAS MOTORS 
2524 Douglas 

Across from Victoria Press 
Phone 385-5443 or 385-0031 


BRIAN HOLLEY MOTORS 
Your 

Import Dealer 
With 

Worthwhile Savings 
On 

AMERICAN CARS 


BRITISH CAR CENTRE 
(Div. of Peter Pollen Ford) 
Yates at Quadra 384-5555 

1967 VAUXHALL. A low 
mileage, well main¬ 
tained Import with 
radio and gauges. 
Would be an ideal car 
for the economy 
nilnded family or for 
lady driver or student. 

SPECIAL 31295 

BRIAN HOLLY 
3319 Douglas St. 
384-3221 

EXTRA SPECIAL 


■V VAUXttAU, RMOHTLY GOV- 
omnart MUM 

M "olds SUPER 88. TESTED. 
often —-4185 os *541151 _ 

» DODGE CONVERTIBLE SIM. 
4'94479. 

ISM PLYMOUTH, REST OFFER. 
562-8158. 

«1 VAUXHALL 4-CYL *200 
Phone 386458U, 5 pm.-7 p.m. 

Vt DODGE, GOOD CONDITION. 
JuM teated, *17*. 4774380. _ 

«1 MINI, EXCELLENT COND. 
naw engine. brakes. radio, HUM 

MM METEOR 2-DR HT. TESTED* 
cm. ng-anoo, m kikww 

1980 ANGLIA. GOOD CONDITION 

Radio- *495. 3834*66. _ 

1953 PLYMOUTH 4-DOOR, TESTED,, 
1125. 2844172. 

M TAUNUfl, 2-DOOR WAGON. 
run* watt. |12B SM-TSM. _' 

19M CHEVY NOMAD CHEAP !**- 
8814. 

«8 CHEVY U S& 3M. 296 HP., 4- 
Hieed, many optima. 856-23U5 _ 

8B TOYOTA. 2-DOOR, STANDARD, 
offer. 384-S5S8. 

1981 RENAULT GORDIN! .GOOD 

condition, 383-38*2. 

19M PLYMOUTH. 87.000 ORIGINAL 
ntiiaa. >350 385-4057 _ 

urn Aisra tehtjoj. mo. msBBs 
alter 5 pm. * 


1969 B E A U MONT 4-door 
hardtop, 307 cu. in. V-8, 
automatic, power steer-: 
ing, power' brakes, 
radio. 11,000 miles. Fin¬ 
ished in metallic med¬ 
ium blue with blue 
fabric Interior. One 
owner. 

Pre Xmas 

SPECIAL 33398 


1965 DODGE POLARA 4-1 EXTRA SPECIAL 
door sedan. Automatic i „ 
radio. Carefully main-! 1968 CORTiNA 1600 


talned and shows it. U 
going looking for a 
reliable car, don’t pass 
this by. 

Was 31695 

Now 31295 

You Save 3 400 


HIGHEST TRADE-INS 
• TAILORED TERMS 

BRIAN HOLLEY MOTORS 
FRANCHISED DEALER 
FOR 

FIAT - VOLVO - LOTUS 

3319 Douglas Street 
384-3221 

MMMMMMMMMM 
THINKING OF WHEELS? 
FOR MOM. 
DAUGHTER OR SON! 

THEN TRY OUR FINE 
SELECTION OF SAFETY 
TESTED SMALL CARS! 

60 Zephyr, 64 Renault. 63 
Morris, 53 Austin, 58 Kar- 
man Ghia, 63 Volks 1500, 64 
Volks bug, 62 Alpine road¬ 
ster, 62 Austin 850, 63 
Morris 850, 60 Metropolitan, 
65 MorriB 1100, 64 Volvo, 56 
Mercedes, 66 Austin 850 
wagon, 61 Peugoet, 56 Volks 
Bus. 

MAYFAIR MOTORS LTD. 
736 CLOVERDALE AVE. 
385-4731 

MMMMMMMMMM 
MECHANICS^ SPECIAL 

1960 ROVER 3 litre sedan. 
Automatic, radio. 
Here’s an opportunity 
for the mechanically 
inclined too. 

SPECIAL 3276 

BRIAN HOLLY 
3319 Douglas St. 

384-3221 

J. C. MOTORS LTD 

CARS GOVT SAFETY CERTIFIED 
87 CHEVELLE H.T V-8. at *2195 
87 PONTIAC Sedan, V-8. *1 11798 

86 PONTIAC H.T . V-a at IIW6 
SK BUICK at it PS. *2296 

65 FORD VS. Stand «2s8 

<5 FORD Wagon V-8, at 11*95 

64 BEAUMONT Wagon. VS al 11491 

64 FORD GaJaxle _ S12S5 

44 PLYMOUTH aoto IPS CSS 
•4 DODGE W ton Pickup V-8 pi* 
63 ACADIAN 2-Dr. 8 AT |86S 

S3 PONTIAC eonvart. V 8 at B2* 
63 PONTIAC Wagon V-8. at 31295 
H CHEV sedan. * Standard MB 

837 Yates Street 384-0921 

URGENTLY FOR BADE 19* GT 
Torino, 390 high performance, 
buckets. floor automatic, white red 
Interior, red alrlpe* Under KUDO 
tnllei. *4750, sell [or 32400 cash 1 
Phone alter 8:30 p.m . 383-72H. 

DODGE DART «2 4-DOOR SEDAN 
Owner driven 23,000 mile*, radio. 6 
cyl.. itandard snow tire*. Excellent 
ondlton, *800 Phone after 10:3U 

a m, JBMHCB _ 

IM METEOR STATSOe WAGON*, 
very dean ecndRion, good rubber, 
aa la. SUB ana-ano nr Apt 101-2230 
Cttdboro Bay Rd. 

19*2 CHEV I MPA LA 2- DOOR 
hardtop, 28 * engine. aidomadc 
Iranamiartcn. Exceptionally clean 
ca r *1250. 3SM4te _ 

B CORTINA DE LUXE UD0. 

■ ulnmatlc. like new. [aider* war 
rinh^Houaton Motor*. 964 Pandora. 


sedan. This beauty has 
been driven only 4,000 
miles and is completely 
as new. Bucket seats, 
fog lights. Hurry for 
this, you're not likely! 
to see another like it! 
31695 

BRIAN HOLLY 
3319 DOUGLAS ST. 

3319 Douglas St. 
384-3221 

1968 CHEVELI.E 
2-door, hardtop. A sporty 
1-owner car, in immacu¬ 
late condition, V-8, auto¬ 
matic, power steering, 
radio. 

SPECIAL 32795 

BRIAN HOLLEY 
3319 Douglas St. 

384-3221 

WHEELS FOR XMAS 

*0 PONTIAC ataUon wagon. 

radw *045 

« VALIANT aeten *.715 

83 ACADIAN aeten *345 

85 WILLYS rtaiion wagon *350 
66 WILLYS panel *835 

87 I.T. Travels!! station wagon *2193 
ffl FIREBIRD, every extra, 475 
mite* 66*511 

INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CO 

S17 Herald at _ JMOTi 

BEAOON 

CAR AND TRAILER 
SALES LTD. 

2360 Beacon Avenue, Sidney 

1963 Ford Sedan, 39,000 

miles, radio 3670 


1968 METEOR 2-door hard¬ 
top, 302, V-8 automatic, 
power steering, power 
brakes, radio. Only 
8,000 miles on this 

owner. Finished in cool 
white with blue vinyl 
interior. 

Pre Xmas 

SPECIAL 52998 


1968 F A L C O N s t a t ion 
wagon, 289, automatic, 
power steering, radio. 
Finished in candy apple 
red with red vinyl 
interior. j 

Pre Xmas / 
SPECIAL 32898 


L967 MARQUIS 2-door hard¬ 
top, V-8, automatic, 
power steering, power 
brakes, power win¬ 
dows, power seat. One 
owner. Finished in cool 
white. 

Pre Xmas 

SPECIAL 32998 


101 FORKION IMPORT AND 
SPORTS CARS 

MERCEDES 1M2 22G&X FUEL 

Injection, executive car, showroom 
condition. *2,500. Woted consider 
■mall car aa part trade 362-4304. 

FUN CAR. 63 MG MIDGET 
Immaculate aondklan, under Wir- 
rarky 588-7621 after 5, 3820688 

1967 ALFA ROMEO UK, GIULIA 
■uoer 4-dr saloon, radio, new 
Mlehain Ural. 883-51*8 

3*0 trl good condition. 

ll.uOO'or nearest offer. SU Moai St. 
Basement after 5 p.m. 

un CORTINA OT LN TOP 
oondltlon. MuX sell Beat oCter. 382- 
3B3B. 

MUST SELL '« PEUGEOT, R£LI- 
abie. snug, economical, wtmi 
otter*’ 383-5685. 

1960 MERCEDES 1* bT GAS, 4- 
door, tro mechanical condition 1828 
Cedar Hi* Crossroad 477-1358 or 477- 
4107. _ 

SJ AUHTIN-HEAISCY 3.000 HARD 
top, adre wheels, overdrive, radio. 

SMB or aUt rr «6-6Qi or Ma-8284 

1*M SUNBEAM ALPINE G.T., H.T. 
RetaaUt engine, tram. BBohelin 
Urea, Immacitete. moo. S8MH8 

I98B AUSTIN HEALEY. IMMACU 
late. Will anaapt raaanna hie often 

5B2-T767. 

198B VOLKSWAGEN UOO FIND 
condtuon wtth radio. SIOOB assdann 

1964 VOLKSWAGEN, EXCELLENT 
condition. 381-8805 

3SM PONTIAC CUSTOM SPORT, 
beautiful condition, 1400 633 1MB 

1*80 R1LKY L5 8POR1B SEDAN, 
*350 Phone 7KV0762 


NATIONAL DODGE 
TRUCK CENTRE 

NEW ‘69 DODGE %-ton 
pickup. Long box, heavy duty 
suspension. Automatic 
transmission. 

32796 

NEW.’70 DODGE 
Tradesman Van 
New list 33331 

Save 3418 

Now only 32913 

’69 FORD Eoonollne camper 
complete, excellent condi¬ 
tion 

33495 

*64 JEEP 4-wheel drive 
heavy duty pickup 
31495 

We have r eady far 
Immediate delivery 

DODGE Adventurer pickups 
specialslS 

IXJDGE \-ton camper 
specials 

DODGE %-ton 4-wheel drive 
heavy duty pickup. 


100 per cent financing, 
trades welcome 

0*11 Marshall Murray 
384-8174 847 Yates St. 

NATIONAL DODGE 
TRUCK CENTRE 

Remember: 

When you buy at 
NATIONAL you DON’T pay 
too much. 


104 TRUCKS 

OIRCU5BTANCSS FORCE SALE 
at 3986 International Hirvcalcr 
window sun. Very good condition. 
Winter Ur—, 383-44*2. _ 

S3 CHEV. W TOW, OLDER TOADE 
oonltered *550. 479-7006. _ 

3*64 BEDFORD PANEL. A4 CON- 
dlOon. tcMcd, *888 . 479-657E _ 

39* CMC. GOOD CONDITION, 
plywood box, *84X1. 473.1664 

TOT PARTS, ACCESSORIES 

OUR NEW LOCATION 
2350 BlaiuBard Straw! 

You Cai-a "Haart" ta tha 

BATTERY 

For a atrooa, aura rtart every Urn 
GET *n "ACME” 

LOWEST PRICES 
IN TOWN 

Drilvared and Installed 

FRANCIS BATTERY A 
TIRES LTD. 

Retreading SpacteHata 

RINGS. BEARINGS, GASKETS. EX 
change brake ahoaa. drum turning, 
pin ntttag, valve aaat machining. 
OMUM PISTON RIM OS 
at .834 Jafanaon St — 383-0011 

MAKE *M OFFER: "'St FORD 2- 
door aeten, all atrlppad, gond stock 
oar. 2 Ford tnotora. one 272 V-8 
motor. 34 and 35 In. Ford rkna AH 
must be aoid. 678-2433 

ISLAND MUFTLER SALES 
SERVICE MFC. LTD. 
HILTON HYPERLINE 
THE RACERS' CHOICE 
Hurnalde at Douglaa — 385-7033 

WWDCXntG 5* PLYMOUTH 

— ten. 'S3 Ptymonth aeten. atari 
dard tranaaoUaloo. good body 
metal. Fteme evenfnga and Satur¬ 
day only. 478-8779 

FOUR 28” CHEV CHROME 
whegla and knoc4coffa. M0: Tap* 
deck and apeak era, *65: All 
eaoslant mndhicn. 686 ^ 818 , 

i M PLYMOUTH VA ENGINE, 
“rapl—e, automatic t—aamiaaion. 
drive abagl and rear an*. *1*0. 563 

4483. 

REBUILT M BP VOLKSWAGEN 
engine *75; ISM 3S00 Voikawagen 
tranagntea. axJa and blocka f?5; 

front and par la rtiaaria *10. 668-5 501 

parere for * doooc hard 
top and '58 Dodge aedan 4-door. All 
glaaa. motor, atonterd tranamia- 
alon. 658-5870. _ 

WRECKING 1967 ZEPHYR AND 
3*80 Han* Gretath Alar, naw 3*63 
Envoy motor and toanamlaaton. 479- 
42*5 _ ' 

WRACKING 

CJ.RA Jeep with rteri hard top 
Victoria Jeep, Rock Bay at 

HriLete Ava 


113 TRAILiRS, MOBIL! 113 TRAILfRS, MOBIL! I 123 CONVALISCCNT REST 
HOMES, TRAILER PARKS HOMES, TRAILER PARK HOMES PRIVATE HOSPITAL 


GLENKEY 
MOBILE HOMES 

“Your Key to Better Living’’ 

GLENKEY'S 
CHRISTMAS BONUS 

—FREE 19” colour TV with 
every home 60 ' and over 
(offo- expires Dec. 25,1969). 


S. J. PEDEN LTD. 
CLEARANCE 

FuM range of hrand new >969 
VANGUARD campers and bag an 
at low low price* BUY NOW and 
■ava before price Increase In 1870. 

TRUCK CANOPY TOPS 
FROM 3280 

CHRISTMAS GIFT 
SUGGESTIONS 


MEMBER OF B.C. REST BhME 
Asa or. Fairfield district, main floor 
Private, lemi-prlvate roomi for 
ladiea and men. Bell aad Iray 
service. 'At-hr care. 38&KI8L May 
Havtn Reat Home 

LOVING CARE FOR MOTHER QR 
Father In i small private real huffla 
la Fadrfleld. close to parks. Cal] 
Mrs Mack, SMB1 S._ 

*380 MAIN FLOOR, FRIENDLY 
home atmosphere. 383-7432. 

123 HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS 
TO RENT 


‘DECEMBER SPECIAL’' 


Spark llgtder 
3 HR hot (tele 
75 lb. lea cheat 
Rdof vanta 
Porta-Patti toUri 


1967 FORD 4-door sedan, V- 
8, automatic, power 
steering, radio. Fin¬ 
ished in deep blue. 

Pre Xmas 

SPECIAL 31698 


WESTERN OK TIRE STORE 

2M Douglas Straw 
(K bBt south of Mayfair) 


WINTER TIRE SALE 

2 775x34. R*g *33 pr. 2 for *3.65 

2 825x34. Reg- *S7.*0 nr. 3 for *30.32 
EXCHANGE - FULL WARRANTY 

WINTER WHEELS MOUNTED 
POPULAR MAKES . . . 85 *5 

Other ahaa at similar aavtnga 
Budget Terms 


Fin STRAP ON 

SNOW CHAINS 
Will fit moat makes and 
31698 models. 

ONLY 33.99 pair 


CCCCCCCCCCCC'IO CHEV PARTS OR WHOLE. CAR 
CCCCCCCCCCCC ™* r ° ** ,m »" O". S15 3*4-2938 

BRAND NEW wrecking m ckivell* aa^sso, 

CHEVROLET \4-ton Mi—itowou. 

pickup with long wide « chev partb complete 

box, comfort package, b “b'' . «i*ine, ihm bsmm 

• tab ilizer bar, and M » m _ 

hnw rilltv anrinn “L H P ODWVETTE CAM OOR- 

neavy <3Uly springs. vaOe valve covers Chav S apeed 

Stock No. 93647. t ra*»nlteon. 38BJgU _ 

Reg. 33544 TWO 1988 CHEVS NEAR NEW 288 

S—r, »o*d tor paste or 

CLEAROUT —■ ‘^** _ 

PRICE 32889 * _T ° N ' WMlCKD * G *« 

WANTED: 3986-281 HTUDEBAKER 

TRADE-IN SPECIALS 3B *~ a ° 8 _ 

WRECKING '59 CHEV, AUTO- 

1956 M E R C U R Y pickup. m * tic - ** _ 

City tested ready Volkswagen®, all years 

v. wmicu. i-eauy motor., body parts, ato 383-4742. 

g °' * 395 LANGFORD AUTO WHKCkllRS 

1964 mm up 

long Wide box $1195 Bart offer. 384-5867 
1964 MERCURY, long wide complete w-n.p. 327 4-speeo 
box, custom cab 31195 wanted: pontlac sedan, 1359 

ylndrtteld- Phone MKflOOg, 

(YIRNFU. TO OGE WAGON PARTS FOR 

CHEVROLET 

OLDSMOBILE £ n ?%'a2'. ZSZ't. 400 Ptus 

WRECKING 58 MORRIS, ALL 
parts. 384-3SIZ 

ONE ERA CO TAPE DECK. 
_ 479-8668 _ 

M CHEV 2-DR HT, ALL PARTS 


1966 OLDSMOBILE 4 - door 
hardtop, V-8, auto¬ 
matic, power steering, 
power brakes, radio. 
Finished in glittering 
gold. 

Pre Xmas 

SPECIAL 32198 


HERE'S A BARGAIN 
*1.300 

19*7 VOLKSWAGEN 1800 
De hixa. with only 22.800 mile* la 
ready to gu for vou thi* winter. 
Savannah beige in mlor thli par la 
In Immaculate condition Inside and 
out Drive K away for *1.300 
Pleaae phone 677-6121 

SACRIFICE. MUST SELL BEFORE 
Xmas 1966 Corvair 2-docr Spurts 
C o n p * , automatic tnnamlaglnn, 
radio, 16,000 mile* Excellent con¬ 
dition inside and nut. *1.3)6 or 
would like Mima aa trade plua 
c ash. 38 5-5748._ 

1968 iFALA 4-DOOR SPORTS 
5e»len Excellert condition wllh 
many extra* Orty 10.000 mile* 
Sarrlhoe, leaving town Immediately 
3B2-46452 

1*82 BUICK L*SARRE 4-DOOR, 
power brake* and steering, radio 
and heater. new Urea, good 
mechanical *ha**. elaan, 76,000 
miles I860 477-15®. 

ENVOY PURGHAHED NEW AUG., 
Lew mileage, irtmacutata 
condition, one oar.a 8a* and teat 
drive ltd* beauty at 3Bl Walter 

Avt Ptov JXSlfe_ 

1959 METEOR 

Dual automatic, radio, government 
tested. *310 or beat offer 477-4706 
evening* 

GENU IN ELY CARE FULLY 
1 driven 3 owner 19ffl Meteor, good 
I term* available. 3tfr34L3. Mr. 
Bltterman. 

19® ItAMSLBR SEDAN « CYLIN 
dcr, sUnterd tranamlulon with I 
overdrive. I owner, safety teated. 
goo d condition- *aSU 477AUM _ 

GOOD CONDITION 37 PONTIAC 4 
door hardtop, power brakes and 
rtewing. tasted, good til Novesnher 
TO. Offers 3«-6tt2 _ 

1166 VOLKSWAGEN DE LUXE, 
exaerter* conUtlai wHfi naw am 
Urea and radio, jort tea tad. Owner 

leaving. *llDn. *0-29® teya 

GENT WISHES TO SELL ItgO 
Pontiac Laurerklan 4-dr 6 cyl., 
auto., power rtaartog. Nicely kept. 
*450, W 9468 


1966 BUICK Wildcat 4-door 
hardtop, power steer¬ 
ing, power brakes, V-8, 
automatic, green and 
white. 

Pre Xmss 

SPECIAL 32198 


1967 DATSUN pickup. Low 
mileage. One owner 
Finished in maroon. 

Pre Xmas 

SPECIAL $1498 


DAD TIRE LTD. 

1620 B1 an shard St. 

382-7283 

4 SNOW TREAD TIRES VW 837.E 
560x35, driven orgy 200 miles. 2 
with atuda, *17 each; 2 without 
■iuda, 112 each. Ca* >850123 or 477 
6479._ 

3 FIRESTONE T. AND C. WHITE 
wall, studded inow Ure*. 775*14 with 

wheels. Fit all Dodga, Plymouth, 
etc. *40. 479-6856. _ 

FOR SALE- 2 SNOW THUS ON 

Bnlok sshoela. 160*05 Phone 856- 

_ 

SIX *25X30. 12 PLY TIRES AND 
whaala. axnpHete, offws 386-0666 

2 SNOW TtREfl 67TDC15, MOUNTED 
on Sludemaker rims, *25. 3*4-8349. 


ENSIGN 

CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH 

FARGO TRUCK 
CENTER 

YATES at COOK 


3050 DOUGLAS STREET 
Thru to BURNSIDE 
(Opp. Mayfair) 


40'x22’ DIPLOMAT Reloca¬ 
table House, 2 bedroom, 
fully furnished. Reg. 514,950. 
NOW ONLY 
312,950 

(offer expires Dec. 31st) 

—JUST ARRIVED^ 

!8’x24’ GLENDALE Relo¬ 
catable home including: 

—de luxe furniture 
—washer and dryer 
—built-in professional 
bar 

ooloiar TV 

*—wall-to-wall carpets 
solid oak cabinets 
—delivered and fully set 

up 

TOTAL PRICE tally 317,950 

OTHERS IN STOCK 

66’xl2' McGINNES — 3- 
bedrooms. Loaded with 
extras 313,950 

66'xl2' TUXEDO MANOR — 
3 bedrooms. Fully fur¬ 
nished only 312,950 

60x12’ MARLETTE - tipout 
living room and ward¬ 
robe, split level front i 
kitchen, fully furnished, j 
Special 313,500. 

—SOMETHING- 

NEW!! 

ASK! About our lease to 
purchase plan 

Park space available with 
every home. 

GLENKEY MOBILE 
HOMES LTD, 

2705 Douglas St. at Hillside 

385-2491 or 383-5505 


30,0900 BTU F U 
thermartat 
Water tanks 
I Water pump (chroma) 
Sink rta4al*TX steel 
Haaaock chem. totlet 
Stabilizing Jacks 


1.30: 
Only C.S5 
Orty SB.95 
from 30.80 
Orty ««.«> 
Only 13 .bo 
F urnace w- 
Only 99.95 
From 11.90 
mt) Only 9.50 
Only 15,80 
rt Orsy 22.on 
Orty 4-*6 


StabHtzlng Jacks Orty 4.*6 

Truck mUTOra per pair Only 22.00 
Dri Z Air (tehumldfflerl Orty 3.50 
Fender movant tnDtr mirrors, per 
pair Orty 22 00 

SOMETHING NEW! 

Convert Your Propana 
Refrigerator to 
Propauie/U-Volt 

Now you can operate your propane 
(rate* while travel Ling. 12-volt con 
version Idta operate from truck or 
car lattery while driving, keeping 
your fridge conatantJy cold. KIT and 
In# tall ahan Instruct ion* 

Only *21.16 

Inatallatlan Can Be Arranged 
A1 Additional Ooal 

BUILD 

A CAMPER. TRAILER OR 
QANOPY TOP 
Parts and Plana atoetted 
DUMPBR9 AND APPLIANCE* 
INSTAJXEn — REPAIRS , 

S. J. PEDEN LTD. 

28K Quesnel St. 386-3464 


\?»2F 


1955 PONTIAC 4-door - 

sedan, V-8, automatic, ,gg FARGO D200 

power steering, power v trv 

brakes, radio. Finished B , . . 

in sUver blue with blue ^ ed - 17 wheels wth 
viny) trim. tirea ' 

Pre Xmas SAL ? 

SPECIAL 31498 xt 

No Down Payment 


Open 'Til 9 p.m. 

CCCCCCCCCCCC 

CCCCCCCCCCCC 


PETER POLLEN FORD 

“Victoria Truck Sales 
Leader’’ 


Volume sales backed by 
Canada's finest trucks and 
quality service mean a 
better buy for you. 

Light trucks 

Econolines 


Heavy—medium trucks 

PETER POLLEN 
FORD SALES LTD. 


101 AUTO REPAIRS 

SERVICE AND TOWING 

VOLKSWAGEN PARTS 
and Repairs 
available at 

BAVARIAN AUTO LTD 
Govt and Herald _M6-1515 

EX)WMAN'S SERVICE 
724 Johnson at 3BS-I413 

Expart Auto Engine Repairs 
Easy Terms 

TRAHSWILL AUTOMATIC TRANS 
miaalon specialists. M4-28SL Rebuilt 
auto tranemlealote from W.to: 
tuneupa from HI. IB. 

FAR KARF. 

Undercoat for protection agalnat 
■all thus wirier. 

2823 Douglaa 382-0133 

OLD OARS TOWED AWAY, MOST 
American cat*, if complete *5, 
<■ trier! glfl 478^344 anytime 

ENGINE REBUUJ5ERS 
FREDERICK MOTORS LTD. 

2751 RICHMOND, 387-7723 

CITY BRAKE AND WHEEL 
Drums Turned While You Walt 
I860 Blanrttard Street 3644KU 

CAR BODY DISPOSAL 
JOHNSON 24-HOUR TOWING 

■MSN, If no answer ml] 6B6-3HB 

JUNK CARS HAULED. *2 PAID 
for mart large cars It oomplate at 
yard. S82 B9B5 


HURRY-HURRY-HURRY 

ONLY A FEW 
DAYS LEFT 
TO ENTER 
"TRAVELAmES 1 ' 

WIN AN OLDS 
CONTEST 

BUY YOUR 
TRAILER N-O-W! 

FOR THAT SPECIAL 
CHRISTMAS GIFT 
S-E-E 
DON 
AT 

COASTLINE TRAILER 
CENTRE 

642 Burnside Rd. 388-6021 
And Enter Die 

“Win an Olds Contest" 
SPECIAL PRICES NOW 
ON USED STOCK 


BOB'S TRAILER 
SALES 

12'x64' 2-bedroom by TEDS 
HOMES, a first line home 
priced with some second 
line units at 312,895 

Complete set up. 

12'x60' T&DS HOME, 2 
bedroom, 311,975 

12’x52’ KNIGHT 2 bed¬ 
room, 311,250 

I2’x64' LANDUGHTER 3 
bedroom 

12’x 60' LAM PLIGHTER. 
Spanish, 2 bedroom with 
tipout, 310,750 

12’x52', 1 bedroom, Spanish 
decor, 38650 

12' x 60’ CHRISTMAS 
SPECIAL, many extras, 
set up, at 38995 

12‘x48’ 2 bedroom value 
at 37395 

Spaces all mobile homes 

386-3623 — 478-4979 


RITZ HOTEL 

Acroat from Safrsvay and Eaton i 

Housekeeping mu—small suites 
By day. weak or month 
TV loungr, and elevator service. 
Reasonable rates. 

736 FORT 183-Um 

DE LUXE 

ROOM WITH PRIVATE BATH 
near Beacon Hill Park. AS amsnl- 
tloa. Inch f.p ; aundeck; TV cable, 
w».ihei-dryer Separate ertraoce, 
oucMna facllltlea *66 unfnm. * 10 C 
tor n. — Toronto St. 368-5gH 

BEVERLY HOTEL APT., 724 
Yates, In the heart of downtown 
Victoria, telly maid service, new 
lobby, TV Lounge, elevator aarvlcn. 
frlemSy staff to seal come you Lour 
winter rates, *21 per week. 384-0813 

SCUTT APARTMENTS 
Extra large LHK ruuma la middle- 
aged or elderly tenants. Hal and 
cold srater. tea ranges, oablevlalun 
all puma. 2fift Duuglxa. 3811221 

LARGE SUNNY BOOM OH MAIN 
noar, has own powder room for 2 
nice elderly ladiea or 3 private 
room lor man or lady on main 
floor 385-6621. 

WARM FUMUSHEE 1100847 ALL 
found, lasnlgtrlvata bathroom. 
Middla agad or aasnJrettreri kual 
neaaman *60 365-8481. 

NEAR UNIVERSITY, BKMtrtWQ 
room, share kitchen and bath, rtdt- 
abte, bualneaa girt or atodenl 
477-242*. _ 

BOUBEKBBPING ROOM. SELF- 
c an talned. in private home. View 
Royal area, prefer man. Riona 679- 

1421 

CLEAN. AUTOMATIC HEAT, 
furnished, wcrklng lady or girl 
2313 Dowler Pla ce. 981-6*7 B 

LARGE CLEAN. AVAILABLE 
December 15; TlUlcum and Gorta 
area. 384-0084. _ 

2 FURNISHED ROOMS SHARE 

kitchen, bath. *15-112 per week Oak 
Ba y Junction. 3864XW0. _ 

BRIGHT, COZY. WALKING Dis¬ 
tance, kitchenette, older lady onl>. 
**D. <77-28*3. 

CLEAN. KITCHEN, LAUNDRY 

(arthtlaa, JBG, MB. man. SHE 
Washington 3650*63 

HOUSEKEEPING ROOM TOR 
lady on Roridand. 386-2877. after 

noon. 

3 ROOMS, NBC ELY FURNISHED. 

382-4*43. _ 

LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING ROOM 
388-4131 after 5. _ 

COLOR TV. CABLE, 2 AND~3 
rooms, cioae In, large. 386-8309. 

CLEAN. OWN KITCHEN AND 
rink, an Found. 1007 Johnson 

SMALL BACHELOR SUITE FOR 
single man. *68 385-4766. _ 

325 MICHIGAN. MEN ONLY. *18 
Clean and warm 3*4 4467 

LARGE BRIGHT ROOM WITH 
kltcne.iette, working party. 388-400S 

743 KINGS. KIT. FACILITIES, *55 
177-5782. 476-6661 _ 

DOUBLE ROOM, MEN ONLY; TV 
and carport. 1383 Pandora. 354-ag ra 

12* APARTMENTS TO RENT 
FURNISHED 


SEE IT NOW! 

The all new 197fl SCAMPER Junior 
MOTOR HOME 

-SLEEPS 6 fully art contained 

including riwwer. featuring eve 
level oven . . automatic furnace 
ga*-electric kidge wan to wall 
carpet 12 volt water 

compreaBm- 

—ON* tan Fond rtwails 3Mi 

ou Inch eortne P-3, P-B with 
automatic kranamlsaion dial 
w.ieela. Many other outstanding I 
feature* 

PURVIS-FLACK 
TRAILER SALES LTD. 


ONE AND TWO 
BED SUITES 

Furnished or unfurnished- Children 
welcome. 

JAGUAR RENTAL 
SERVICE 
479-4422 


1915 Quadra 


SEAGULL AND CAVEMAN 
CAMPERS 

Div*won of 
Dominion Motors Ltd. 

•7 W Caveman Lowboy t burner 
atove. 50 lb. Ice box, sleeps 8. 
Furnace. In top condition 1*95 

'IS *W Seagull Camper, 1 burner 
and oven, 75 Ice beat, chemical 
toilet, blower ten, sleeps 4. *1495 

N Security MotMalneer. 8 burn¬ 
er atove. Ice box. aleapa 2 . Ideal 
tor H ten pickup *M8 

DROP IN AND SEE OUR FINE 
LINE OF CAVEMAN CAMPERS 


MOTOR HOMES 

Canadian Emprai 
Coldstream Estates Ltd. 

974 Goldatream Ave., Highway 1-A 
(Langford) Victoria, 478-5812 
Sizes IF to 27' wllfi tub 
EASIER THAN, TRAILKRING 

LARGE, MOBILE HOME LOTS, 
natural setting, toriy serviced *30 
per mesith Hlgfsway. Public Ocean 
bean* Parka vllle Trailer Park. 
R.,R. No 1, P«sri(srtl1». BC. Phone 
*48-6800._ 

GENERAL MOBILE HOME, 32X 
80 ', 3 bedroom, no down payment 
required. 478-1774. 

lfrX4fi' MOBILE HOME FUU-Y 
fwniahed, no dosan pasmant. 478 
3778. 


WE WILL RENT OUR OWN 
private 1 -bedroom home fully fur 
nlihed from Jan. Id for 8 months to 
reliable adults No pete and no chil¬ 
dren. Reference* required. Poil- 
dated cheques for rent. 11*0 per 
month Include* all tha utlllbea sxrept 
lihone and TV. cxbtevtslon. 1342 
Oscar, 383-900? 

AVAILABLlfllOW 
1107 -Esqrtmait, rioae-ln, metern. 
3>4 rooma U bedroom), mam 
furniture includes electric fridge 
range, laundry facilities, cabievlrfon 
hook igi, heat, hot water. (Married 
couplei Dickie Agencies, 919 Fort. 
382-4812 Rea 3K4T54. 

AVAILABLE NOW 
*S0. Fort Street, Cloae In, bachelor 
apartment Including main furniture, 
3-piece bath, locker, carpet, drapes, 
etc. OK for 1 mature tody (Deya 
call 382-63121 Dick la Agendas. 119 
Fort a. 

WARM 3-ROQM F U R N 13 H E P 
suite, share batti vrtth 1. All 
utilities Included. 1*0 Also newly 
buit lower level room, most 
attractive, ail utilities, *Sl. Brtli 
■ v*Ua kite December 13 Res para Ibis 
adult* only. 332-0424 _ 

DE LUXE COMFORTABLE UNITS, 
all utilities, on lor TV. Fully 
equipped Idtoheoa. Cloae to shop 
pms and bus. Maid aerMce 
available. Weekly and monthly 
rales 386-73117 


1060 Yates 384-1144 io» AUTO BOOT WORK 

AND PAINTING 


Hurry to 

SUBURBAN 

Wide open ’Ul 10 p.m. 

386-6131 


SACRMKE 1969 PLYMOUTH. RECENTLY 

1M6 PLYMOtrrH ROAD RUNNER, government tart ad Good motte and 
*8*. is Darnr grp Hurt sail, running condklor. 83.000 original 
•2.400 HB-Ttafi reilea. *200 47*2801. 


1MB CADILLAC FLEETWOOD, 
vinyl roof, teated. |lir>. Can be 
■een at Darlck'* Golf Service. 47S 
Gorge Hd Eart. *8*3*34 _ 

1M| TOYOTA CORONA DELUXE, 
all extras Excellant oondltlon. *3000 
or nearert offer — Including 
Urea and anti-fresaa. 112-743-3101 

"BEST BUY IN TOWN" 

19* Htysncarih hardtop- fay U. 
jmtojrasia. V-8 motor Radio 

IMi ANGLIA Va«l SUPER. CUS- 

tom gtelrta rs. radio, new hartrrv. 
ritrieh and : Uraa. RaconMtoriCd 
gereraaor grim 479-an. 

« FOBC FAJRLANE - 2-OfL, VA 
■uto. rtaan naw paint, tires. Jtal 
tertad HE or offer 386-1617 after B 

P-m._ 

M DODGE CHARGER 
Steiwroom condition Sl.fiuo miles 
O wl M W *2,260. 473 3061 

PM CASH - 1M7 PLYMOUTH 

H.T. arte. V-8. 21.000 ml Mr 
yraaaaag, 3B6J24I Lor 56. _ | 

AS NEW FULLY EQUIPPED in' 

Old* 642. 3.000 fails*. 14.400 *6- 

MM_ 

IMS SUNBEAM TIGER. STEREO 

tap* date. A-l agrtRtea. I20BD or 
naareai after 67B-2967 

Igig MBHCURY 1-DOOR HARD 
top, aa naw HbrougboU, tasted, i 
flat MKfrtT, aft er I p m 

■56 CHJ3V 000(3 TftANNPORTA- 
teon. radM. p.a, p.b., coatoan a tei l, 
•MOOT teoamX after 42*36!. 


3966 AUSTIN CAMBRIDGE, 
terted to November ’70. Mechanl 

catiy A-l, radio. *200 3te-4407 

1980 VAUXHALL STATION 
■to eaoortfag oondltlon, *426, 419- 


1987 IK3TB0R. EAteDARD, NB&QS 
low -and reverae Cover nanert 
teated, W or uftsra. 3M-966H _ 

1901 HILLMAN MINX. MOT RUN- 
rtng af praanM food aa la or for 
Paris Will gall cheap M4-6B37 

IBM DATE UN, 1 MONTHS OLD. 
«*w ksnatarred. must sail. Bast 
ottft Near oo f rtltka. 6E JX81 

MB! PONTIAC PANEL, GOVERN-' 
meat tested, winter Urea. tUn. SJ 

9U23. 

'37 FORD 4-DOOR STANDARD 8. 
radio, rune telf, mg new, *65 or loi 
parte. 383 -1516 

’« CKEV. 2-DOOR ftCDAN, Rttrfc 
wek. governmant tested, naw 
rtu.kled ■»»*» tirra, MHO, (B3JE S. 

■m FALCON. RADIO. V-6, BTAN- 
daiti. vary good oondltlon. *33*8 
3B-ME 

'« PONTIAC CONVERTIBLE, V-8, 
Immarsilale. 1 osener. hobby car, 
many extra* *688 «77A3H3. 

1982 GALAJOE W CONVERT. V-8, 
auto., P.&. P.B. RtU orig. ml lex 
Spotless I Trade and terms 38*8034. 

'*1 CQM8JT 2-DOOR V-T AUTO- 
matte, radio, eaacallent oondltlon 
*fi-2B3& 


IM AUSTIN MINI STATION 
wagon, teated, good condition, *475. 



'69 FARGO A100 
Compact Van 

Long wheel bine. V-8 motor, 
automatic, heavy duly 
tpringa. 

SALE PRICE 
53238 

No Down Payment 


’69 FARGO D100 
SALE ^„ Ton pickup 

Long box. Automatic tram- 
GONTINUES miulon, 8-ply tire*. Cut tom 
interior. 

PBTPFS SALE PRICE 

PRICES $2898 

, No Down Payment 


EE POINT MOTORS '68 FARGO D300 
Chaasis and Cab 

2620 GOVERNMENT 4-Speed transmission. Dual 
West Coast mirrors. 

SALE PRICE 

at Hiliiide J2898 

No Down Payment 

385-6737 


__ ENSIGN 

mqrrsh l.ooo SDAX oooo CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH 

r uirtng order Apt. 3, fLT Bettary » 

aa mini minor, exotjavt YATES at COOK 

oondlUan. 3H-983S. 


DRAFTED: FORCED TO &ELL 1996 
Volkswagen, 4 uaeaengar pickup 
Immaculate oondltlon. rtuddad anew 
Urea, custom radio, compass, many 
accessories *2.265. Can U financed 
Has Insulated camper, spotless, 
hunter's special .sail aaparale *273 
or package. Bi-aani 

VOLKSWAGEN CAMPER 
19*5 European model, custom fin¬ 
ished. 2 sliding doors, etaetrlcal oul 
let. radio, 2 spare tirei. *• month 
warranty left on re-bullt engine 
Must sen — private, What oners' 
386-71M. 

1968 CHEV: IflK FORD: 19*1 
Ford; 198* Jaap. V-* 4 W.D.; Bronco 
'*■ wage near, V-8 automatic: Dodge 
power wagon; Chav 4k4 Jeepater 
automatic Victoria Jaap, Kllalda at 
Rock Bay. _ 

1988 CMC M TON PICKUP. * 
cylinder, 283 motor, t epaad heavy 
duty trarumlaaiua, truck Urea 

Covernmsag aslitg cfaarisad *1080 

3KSA514 

^87 INTKRN AnORAL % TON 
truck aad '■ Caveman Camper 
Aux. tea tank, automatic, carton 

cab. radio, low mltoaga. *3280. 652- 
1494. _ 

'48 CHEV % TON PANEL H, 281 
engine and runrtng gear, 12 volts, 
naw seats, radio, aarpete, wwhngany 
^halting Bart after or toads 3H1- 

llrt GMC M Ctl IN, K TON, * 
speed, porttraettan. heavy duty 

tiro."**!n or wtthSa 

conap y 682-2087 _ 

1986 FORD WINDOW VAN, 340 CU. 
In. automatic, reduced to *1795 
Car be seen at D trick's Gulf 
Service, 47* Gorge Rd, Bart. 188 
1*34 __ 

HRAND NBW DATBUN 1-TON 
parlnin, fuHyaquippad, I23N 
DAVID MOTOR* LTD. 

1381 Yatn St HMIH 
398fi~I NT. 1700 8INGLX AXLE WITH 
I yard dump box V4, S-apead. 

GEORGE ENG TRUCK SALES 
940 Hlll rtda _ 3» 3054 

CARPENTTra SPECIAL. '■ 
Mercury panel. V-6, top riiap* for 
the year, IBM 1*<til 


rUST TUP QUALITY RADIATOR 
repairs, bndy mak and painting a( 
Cornel] Chevrolet Oldamohlle Lid , 
HIM 1>suites at Ftniaypgl *N5 5T77. 

112 CARS AND TRUCKS 
WANTID 


GORDON’S 
MOBILE SALES 
Quality Homes—Realistic 
Prices 

Island Highway— 

3 mi. S. Ladysmith 
(Westdowne Rd.) 
245-3946 


IS FT. ARISTOCRAT, FRIDCK. BEVERLY HOTEL APTS-. 734 
wlssotric bra4caa, furmtt etc. Excel- **>**• Stay In our new luxury 
lest anUw ai«BO 479.7386 wing, TV lounge, elevator, new 

------—- lobby, courteous staff to welcome 

2 BHCCtOOM FURNISHED you Special low wlrdsr rates from 
tratter, good warns oak 746-68H5. I'W |« we** or II 1C per month, 
nunoao, before 10 am. 384-0811. 


v^NEL: 


1988 DATBUN M00 WARRANTY, 
offers. 47Wm 


'5B PONTIAC &AFARJ WAGON, 
clean. Inspected OK. *950 3H-MET. 


■JOCELLKiNT TRANSPORTATION, 

•» FcgsL SIS) rasri 3fC-B9fC 



54 DOTX3E PICKUP WITH 
canopy. Real flood condition. Pna a ed 
fart. After a, Jfcaaao. _ 

1966 MERCURY tt-TON, 4-SPEED. 
6, exoaHent rtsapa 1745 Howroyd. 

477-2846. 

■ OJrir ]-TOf1 PICKUP, ■ FT 
baa. 4-apeed. ^itit rims, big 6, 478- 
SUB. 

1987 O.M.C. U-TOR. 9BOR.T BOX 
diamond bumper, pnrttrartlon 4T7 
HS4 after 5:98 p.m 

FA NT AHTIO—1*66 FORD V-8 i TCK- 
UP, 4 SPEED, *80, NOTHING 
DOWN AR3S CAR. MM 

hi -value” used trucks 

International Hacwerter Co 
M7 Herald fltoaet 388 5508 

'■ lJPON m. VAN AJ OONDI- 
tlon. Mi Usi Faouimail Rd 


KASH 
For Your 
Late Model Car. 

Call 

LES or TOM 
anytime 

Trad* Up or Down 

at 

SUBURBAN MOTORS 
386-6131 

Good, Clean 
CARS AND TRUCKS 
WANTED 
Ca*h in 5 Minutei 

— PLTMLEY — 

1010 Yate* St. 

WE BUY 
CARS FOR CASH 
SPEEDWAY MOTORS 
971 YATES STREET 

DOUGLAS MOTORS ~~ 
2524 Douglas Street 

We'"Mill pay ca*h for car*. 
Cars taken on consignment. 
385-5443 or 385-0031 

J J WE PAY MORE J J 

FOR SPORT CARS AND IMPORT* 
CONTACT PAT DELANEY 
BRIAN HOLLflV MOTORS 
Ml 9 Douglaa 8L S84S2Z1 

OLDER MODELS, PREFERABLY 
tested. Aik for Art, Houston Motors, 
884 Pandora, 394-<713 or 3R2-9Q6B. 

SPOT CAIH FOR CARS 
HOUSTON MOTORS 

954 Pandora *L ItfCIll 

WANT LATE MODEL COMPACT, 
prater 6 automatic with power, h*va 

r 64 Chrysler to trade 3x5-3290 


BELLING? CASH OR CONSIGN 
SEE ARTS CAR SALES. BURN¬ 
SIDE AT HARRIETT. S8E8302. 


FORD * CAMPER 
ANn 

TRAILER SUPPLIES 

APPLIANCES - 
ACCESSORIES 
ALTERATIONS AND 
REPAIRS 

3814 BOOK* RD. 476-5815 

10 a.m. -1 p.m datty 

Okiaad Monday _ 

FENNELL’S 
TRAILER SUPPLIES 

PARTS — PROPANE — REPAIRS 

GAL4XIE CAMPERS 

Authorised Morphy Richards 
Service Centra 

*491 Pat Bay Hwy. 8B3-25U 

Closed on Fridays until and of 
February 

fSTSTlME 

Yea w* will move you tree to our 
Redder Hay Mobile Home Park 
from aw where In Victoria. SpnrtaJ 
offer, good anty until Fe b r u ary 28. 
Ideal temtty or rattreanani location 
TTib new wa te rfront park has all 
tart Mite, rttetotoal. sewer B i fl Hir 
tkon. teamriora, r* netted ntem 
Srtkng, host moorage. Only It 
minutes from downtown Victoria 


TOTEM 

TRAILER SALES 

8 Miles N. on Hwy. 1 
478-1041 

W i’iTn moo MOTOR HOMES 
BOUNTY AND SECURITY 
CAMPERS. FROM 8 TO 11 FEET 
MORRIS 

TRAILERS and CAMPERS 

Donglaa rt Danrirt a MU 


IDS REH7 QR WILL SELL 2 

kartmmi b a alri ral aaohlla home 
■ad terfla lot Eanmklonal condl 
ti/m 478-4139 after I seaakteya 

19rt MBBCURY H-TON TRUCE 
ami ]*■ Saampm Caafte arilb all 
tecttMa^ Immteaitrt^BondtoQa^ Nc 

go- SKLF-fXWTAINED TRAILER 
furjwnt, twin hada. *B» par month. 


UTILITY TRAILER FOR SALK. 
I81-4<12 alter 8 p.m. 


120 ROOM AND MARD 

WANTED ROOM ANu IoaRD OR 
room only Inr quM University 
Student and bar pet, begkmlr* 
January. Please prion* 754-4144 
Nan. oollaot. 

MSDOLfl^AIJED COUPLE OFFBR 
ewalier* .board residence for 2 
rattrad. refined people Own bed¬ 
room, every comfort Dallas Road 
Phone 3MM0H after 6 p-m. _ 

ROOM AND BOARD PRIVATE 
bathroom. AvMiabU January lat 
3M-«U 

ENGLISH COOKING^ GOOD 
home. Hava baby grands piano tor 
your use. M84B 56 

ROOM. BOARD AND REM UN BRA 
Mon offered to companion for 
ratirad lady. 983-9886 

ROOM anETboare for 1 G«i^ 
In Unlveraliy arts, ooeupancy 
December 19 9M-3 08*_ 

WAfTTiD KCH AND aOARI) 
tor J girls, 2 in artvx* I864U6 
b e kwe rn 57 p an. _ 

GOOD ROOM AND BOARD, 
working man. ten — 

LARGE~ROOM IN GUEST HOUSE 

Private or double 988-77*7. 

THE ABERDEEN HOTEL HAS A 
v acancy, Phoaa 38 4-8743. 

ROOM AND BOARD. MEN ONLY. - 
185-2753 

1 OR 3 STUDENTS, OAK HAY. 
flood food 5M43IB. 

BOOM AND BOARD IN PRIVATE I 

horns Man orty. 38BJMM 

GOOD FOOD AND RKARON ABLE i 
ratea. 959 BaimoraJ 388-9087 

CUBTOM BUILT CANOPY FOR 
Ulekup. *860. *78-3848 

121 ROOMS TO RiNT 

WEEKLY OH IflOWTMIY RATES 
with hotel aarklea Rata* w)Ui 
meali If dartred Colordal Inn, 270 
Govarmneett Street _ 

GIRLS TO SHARE FURNISHED 
hohae close to town 384-4813 or JN4 
2*15 » am.-4 p-m. 386-9700 e ve*. 

GRti. TO SHARE FURNISHED 
house dote to Uidvarrtly 4774*10 
before 4 p.m. 

COOIT 3TRBET OPPOSITE 
Reacon Hfll Park, fUjiaahed mom*, 
tedtea only. «T9294ft or S834«7 

uow prk3e oemmawn aousE- 

baetitog rooma, Oxtord Hotel. 77? 
Fore, 394-87 51 


122 ROOMS WANTED 

WORKING MAN WISHES ROOM 
and board In Christian home. 
Victoria Preaa, Box SOI. 


123 CONVALESCENT REST 
HOMES PRIVATE HOSPITAL 


3-B E DROGM DUPLEX LIVING 
room with htde-a-bed, kitchen and 
full haft: Also 1 and 2-bedroom 

waferfrnrd cottages. Quiet parklike 
surroundings, ptayflround. (Sooka 
area 1 612-5733. _ 

LARGE 2-BEDROOM ALL SUP- 
Ikied., TV and diahea Inrtuded 
Qoae to hospital! and town. Ideal 
for 3 gh-la. 31*5. 384-48U or 384 23J5 
tr 38B-9700 avartngi. __ 

F' ■RNI.-HEJ) APARTMENT. YOU 
■upply tha aparimert, wa rant tha 
furniture. 3 room* 1 for (25 per 
rnorth Stendard Furrthra, 737 
Yates Street. 382-5111 

SEAVIEW, VACANT. It BLOCK 
DaJJaa Rd. Warm, nicety forrtrtiad 
ate. W-W carpet, tor bualnaaa gjri or 
lady. 388 all loci. 28 Paddon Ava.. 
anytime. 

COZY 3ILF-C ONTAMBD 1- 
bedroom suite, haafart. ground level. 

private anttaame, rwaanraMa rant, 
apply 4-300 Michigan 

AmrRttcncvtE i-bkcrocm hwtv 
D rill Rd., Beam Hill Parti ana. 
nOO^ par rnorth. teiriN* Jan. L 

MODERfL l-BEDROCrt SUTIY:, 
flreolace. gUU a moaCh. Cloae to 
Coriwood comer*. No pate rtaaai 

47AMHB.__ 

•KB P8CR MO FROM JAN. 1, 
briafil warm, 1 bdrm., Falrflald 
ate., for I ur 2 quiet adult* Heat, 
hot water, cable ftfB-ltm 

3 ROOM BAHKEHT SUITO, ALL 
tortllrtv*. Separate entrance. Aval, 
ahle Dec. 15, uio per month. »u 
Avebury Ave. SHk-llg _ 

nRAJOTLOWttJR wm 

Fully furnished sultea KverylWra 
found. Phcna 3B448H or 3H8447L 
CONCORD RKALTY DTD 

LAROK 2ND FLOOR. 2-BBUROOM 
“Re, fatty furnished, private an 
teaitoi, frorf and back, Fairfield 
Sorry nn rbudran or pate 8N84U M 

WEDGcmxo AwrroR court 
nee. 15. fuiw furnished euke CaM* 
T.V Everytirtjg found *1411 month 
4W-9I1B3 or 47*5728 

JUIILEK AREA. 3A WORKING 
tfr | > 4 ^Briva*a, complete nttti TV 

STUDIO SUITE OFF SEASON 
ratal, TV. ate. Thunderblrd Motel. 
sne pougi*. at 3n-i3S4. sag- 1 x 12 . 

MODERN COMPACT UNIT. NEAR 
rinwntoara Weekly or month]* 
Mlchaetan galo, 11*1 Tataa 8t *83-7995 

REEWOCH) PARK MOTEL. 141 
Onrgc Hnad Eart 3S241T1 Aparl 
inanl at nff aeaaan ratea _ 

l-SBDRO(BC APlKmilVT Uni 

per^naooih, mod era. n«ir Nadeti 

RF.n-flrrri ng room with 2- 


1 AND 2-BEDROOM OOTTAOE' 
all utUIUei paid. Bdgewater Mote 
478-4312. 

2-ROOM BA4EMENT SUITE - 
Everythin* tortuded. Share bath 
*g per month Men only. 3 8 Mkik 

FURNtBHip” BASEMENT sirfi 
available Jan Irt, qtart s 
couple only. 3W-5HM. 









































I 


t 




121 APARTMINTS TO RtNT 
FURNISHED 


WARM QUIET 8 ROOM SELF- 
eontained suite. alder adult*, 185 
January 1 S82JH. 


STUDIO SUITS TOR RENT. 
Butler, 388-2812 


BACHELOR 
I.lndsn Ave. 


SUITE. APRLY 908 


BACHELOR APAR TMEJNT. 
Woman preferred. 682-*986 


TSLAKD COURT. BACHELOR 
■ultra, on a week 418-3191 


OAX BAY JUNCTION, 1 BED 
room, laundry facilities 382-3271 


SMALL SELF-CONTAINED SUITES. 
Phone after 10 a m. 479-1*1 


1-BEDROOM SUITE, 
floe*, SO Dallas Rd. 384-8359. 


MATURE BUSDRSB WOMAN TO 
Star* mod. apt. centra. KMC. 


18BDR008 surra. NEAR 
Beacon Rtf Part! MS 382 41968 

JAMES BAY, 
working peraon. 


2-ROOM SUITE, 
■ 385-1080. 


12* APARTMINTS TO RINT 
UNFURNISHED 


FERNWOOD MANOR 
1575 Begbie Street 

VICTORIA'S 
PRESTIGE ADDRESS 

Second Phase Opening 
Approximately December 15 

We atilt haw lama one bedroom 
■ ultra left at CM to *147. 

Some with aea view*. 

9wtmmtag pool. 

Hydro therapy pool. 

Sauna bathe. 

And all the uaual amenlUe* such ae 
locked entrance, dr«pel. extra 
sound-proofing. oableviilon, etc. 

Also three de luxe suites 
available fo r immediate 
possession, $198 to $203. 

All of the above features 
included. 

PLUS 

Extra bath 

Mr and Mra eloiet In 
maater bedroom. 

Walt to wall shag carpet- 
19 on. B. sell dsfroet 
fridge. 

Resident Managers 
Mr. k Mrs. H. Orris 
386-9453 


129 APARTMENTS TO RINT I 129 APARTMENTS TO RINT 


UNFURNISHED 


UNFURNISHED 


P. R. BROWN RENTALS 

CAROLWOOD APTS - 1381 Pan¬ 
dora Ave. Attractive new block. All 
convenience*. Including elevator, 
wall-to-wall carpets On hui line 
One-bedruum suite from (130. 

CHARTWELL HOUSE LM3 Harrl 
aon 9L New block on qtdrt atoeet 
Wall-to-wall carpet!, elevator, 
cablevlalon, free laundry factlltlei. 
One-bedroom aultea from (122 

THE FONTAINEBLEAU - SIM 
Shalbourne St N*a* block on 
tranaponaUon, opposite topping 
certtre. Wak-to-waf c a r p ato. ale 
vator. oableviilon, free parking. One 
bedroom suite from I ISC Two 
bedroom aultea from (157 

THE RICHELIEU - 3HH SM 
bourne St. New block an transport! 
Uon. opposite shipping centre, wall- 
to-wall rarpoti, elevator, cattte- 
vttion, free parking One-hattooran 
aulte from (128. Two-bedroom aultea 
from 1186 

VILLA ROY ALE — 9M Hep-wood 
Ave Luxury apartment* — Over 
looking Beacon HIM Park. Cable 
vttinn. choice at haiitowjod or wall 
In-wall carpal, aauna bath*, thermal 
pool, hobby area Studio* from (U5. 
one-bedroom aulte* from * 120 , two 
bedroom sulle* from (IS6. two 
bedroom, two bath*, plu* den from 
1307. 

KLMBROOK APTS. - 1471 Port SI 
Bright large modern m-bedroorr. 
■uMe tn new block. Wall-to w all 
carpet, elevator, cablevtston. Avail 
abta now. (130. 

MITCHELL OAKS APTS. — 2086 
Oak Bay Ave, Large two-bedroom 
■uile un main floor In de luxe 
ent hi ode Oonvesiteett tn 
centre, and traaportadon 
table now. One-bedroom aulie 
(137. ToAedrtxxn aulte from (170. 

HAMPSHIRE HOUSE - US* Beach 

Drive Luxurious *eafront, one __ 

two-bedroom suite* Available. Snroe 
with fireplace, choice of 1M or 1 
b a t h a , dishwasher, garburator 
■aura fact!IUa* Rent* from (288 per 


A QUIET, PEACEFUL 
APARTMENT IS 
HARD TO FIND 

—Location: 

on quiet low-traffic 
streets. 

—Construction: 

Careful attention to 
design and detail 
regardless of cost. 

—Management: 

Careful tenant selection 
and thoughtful considera¬ 
tion for others. 

—Owner builders: 

We build our own quality 
apartments for continued 
ownership and manage¬ 
ment. 

—We offer a good selection: 
Dunsmuir House, 

831 Dunsmuir 
Klee Wyck, 

1340 Harrison 
Watson Manor. 

1000 McClure 
The Mary Stuart, 

1035 McClure 

Diamond Developments Ltd. 

388-6100 


129 APARTMENTS TO RENT 
UNFURNISHED 


ROYAL INGLEWOOD APTS — 2100 
Fbchmcmd Ave Attractive two 
bedroom auMe Ir new Mock Wall-to 
wall carpet*, elevator, caHe-rtahm. 
Available Jan. 1, ’TO 1140 

CENTRAL MANOR - 1230 Fort S 
1-bedrm aulte (130 New attractive 
modern block, central location, on 
hua line. Possession Jan. L 

P. R. BROWN & SONS LTD. 

782 Fort Street 385-3436 


LSLSLSLSLSLSLSLS 

LORD AND LADY SIMCOE 
THE SIMCOES 
"Victoria's 
Prestige Address" 

1 or 2-BEDROOM SUITES 
Available Now 
Fumi*hed or Unfurnished 
1-3-BEDROOM SUITE 
Vacant December 1, $225 
VICTORIA’S LARGEST 
HEATED SWIMMING 
POOL AND SAUNA 

-Cab) evt toon. 

—Controlled entrance*. 

- Washers and Dryer* 

Drape* 

Sound proofing. 

—Wall-to-wall carpet 
—Ere* outdoor parking. 
—Recreation room, billiard table, 
ate. 

—Lounge. 

—Residence Manager* 

440-450 Simcoe Street 
385-3111 

LSLSLSLSLSLSLSLS 


BRAND NEW 

OAK VIEW APARTMENTS 
3420 QUADRA ST. 


Brand New but Completely 
Finished. Including Attrac¬ 
tive Landscaping 

Klee Wyck 
1340 Harrison 

At Yates and fort Junction 

TTiis apartment is different: 
Don't settle for less 

AH of the features you ex¬ 
pect in a new quality build¬ 
ing plus , 

—carpeted throughout 
—convenient location 
—quiet street 
—inside parking 
recreation room with bil¬ 
liards and ping-pong 
—roof garden 
—sun lounge 
—sauna 

—exceptional soundproofing 
—unusually large balconies 
—thermostat in every room 
with plenty of heat in¬ 
cluded in the rent 
—mail delivery to suites 
—private courtyard 
—free cablevision 
—adults only—no pets 


THE 

PRINCESS PATRICIA 

701 and 703 Esquimalt Rd. 
View the Blue Pacific 
and Inner Harbour 
from our Spffcious Suites 

— GE Appliances 
— Cablevision 
— Lounge 
— Sauna 

— Controlled Entrance 
— Intercom 
— Sound proofing 
— Resident manager 
— Child 2 and under 
welcome. 


‘THE LARGEST RENTAL 
IN TOWN" 

BROWN BROS. AGENCIES 
WISHES TO INTRODUCE 
YOU TO 
THE 

BRAND NEW 

"VILLAGE MANOR" 

AT , 

2056 OAK BAY AVE. 

Drive (town to Mi lovely Oak Bay 
location which la ra*y mirages away 
from rtraea and bus. All aika have 
luxurious wall to wall carpel (gold 
or green!. Free light, heat, and 
cataerition. 

One Bedroom Suites from (LW.OO 
Two Bedroom Suite* from 1165.00 

Featuring two manual auMe* with 
bedroom* that are lar too big 
EMxpUonarty targe living room with 
oak feature wall. 

Let Mr. and Mra. Dunlap, the 
realdenl caretaker. In suite 102, 
rfww you through (hear various 
aulte* 


OPENING NEXT WEEK 

"HARBOUR VIEW 
MANOR” 

AT 

925 ESQUIMALT ROAD 
Presents 

Beautiful Panoramic 
Sea View Suitea 

TWa building baa acme at the 
Iargoat auMes In tiwwi AM "ixtr* are 
carpeted. Colored fixture* SMeol 
elevator. Balconies. a oar to shops 
and atom. But at the comer 

One Bedroom Suite* from ds5.ni 
Two Bedroom Butte* from (186 ID 

l*t Mr Fauncti In mile 101 mow 
yixi through theae ipadoua aullea 


OPEN FOR INSPECTION 
9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. 

DON QUADRA- 
APARTMENTS AT 
3244 QUADRA STREET 

Brand new building with large 
carpeted aultea You will be 
delighted with the view. Situated In 
a residential area not too far from 
town 


129 AFARTMINTS TO RENT 
UNFURNISHED 


WATSON MANOR 
1000 McCLURE 

At the corner of Vancouver 
and McClure—an ideal loca- 
tign on a quiet street near 
the Cathedral and the park 
within easy walking distance 
of downtown. 

One - bedroom suites from 
$130 with one year guaran¬ 
tee of no increase. 

Mature adults only—No pets. 

Resident Manager 384-8223 
Downtown Office 388-6100 

Diamond Developments Ltd. 


131 DUPLEXES TO RENT 


BRAND NEW DUPLEX 

I bad room*, large rum put room 
and utility area. De luxe accom¬ 
modation. (190 

JAGUAR RENTAL 
SERVICE 
479-4422 


THE 

RICHELIU 

FONTAINEBLEAU 
3159 Shelbourne St. 

Spacious 1 and 2 bedroom suite* 
available In the** deluxa new 
apartment* oppoalte major mopping 
centra Located on bus line. 

1- bedroom aullea from (125.00 

2 - bedroom aultaa tram *196 00 

To view theae attractive aullea 
please call toe re aidant manager at 
582-9290 or by colling toe rental 
agents. 

P. R. BROWN & SONS LTD 
762 Fort Street 385-3435 


One Budroom Suitea from (335 (1(1 
Two Bedroom Suttee (man (180 (JO 


AVAILABLE NOW 
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY 

I Mr. and Mra Cough In Suite lOd 

1 Bedroom suites from $128 I ^ ^ 

Inquiries — 9 a.m. - 8 p.m. 

Phone 382-2223 


OPEN FOR INSPECTION 
9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. 

OAK RIDGE HOUSE 
at 

2646 COOK STREET 


EL CAMINO APTS, — 1M0 Belcher 
Ava. New block — excellent 

location, dote to ihooping and 
transportation 1 2 -RR suite 
(155 and 1—1-bdrm. aulte at 
(130 par month. MANAGER. 383 
(HBE. 

ASHTON OAKS APTS - 1145 Bay 
St New block 1 BR apt avail 
now (133 per month — In 

eludes hydro. RESIDENT 
MANAGER. 384-77*1. 

CARNABY TERRACE APTS.-1520 
Belcher Ave — 2 2-BR suites 
available now, (138. double 

plumbing (185 per month 

RESIDENT MANAGER, 385 
5959 

BOORMAN INVESTMENT CO. LTD 
HU GOVERNMENT ST. 

388-1212 


P. R. BROWN RENTALS 

2W1 CUTHBERT PLACE - Re 
■ftttiy completed, two-bedroom aide- 
by-alde dujttrx Full basement, 
carport. Immediate poa aa a rtix i (ISO 
per month. 

P. R. BROWN k SONS LTD. 

763 Fort Street 385-3435 


Built* 

133 HOUSES TO RENT 
UNFURNISHED 

MOUNT TOAAOE ~ A moat 
diarming 4-bextonom hoane with 2 
bathroom*. orl-o-mattc hot water 
heating, handy to Uptends and 
Ltanadowne firtwett* Available tot 
January et (IB per month. 


SI* AG LAN C ROAD - Main floor 
at t->•-**-rid house (3 hedraxnai 
avotttahtg Imenedlately M (176 
Including beat. light and water 
5WINEKTON STEWART CLARK. 
L/ED 

Rental Agesila 386-3481 


NOW RENTING 
Presently under conatruollon. 

De luxe aide by aide duplexes 
complete with w-w carpeting fridge 
and atove. All three-bedroom 
Esquimau are*. Near achools. 

Rent from (1*5 per month. 

For further Information call 
RerttaJ Department <4 
CONCORD REALTY LTD.. 388-5171 


GLEN LAKE - MODERN S-BR 
borne. Electric range. Available 
Now. Excellent value at (173 per 
month. 

FAIRFIELD — Comfortable 2 BR 
home aulte We for small family. 
Available Dec L Full baaament. 
*175 per month. 

BOORMAN INVESTMENT CO. LTD.'l 
11U GOVERNMENT ST. 
386-9212 


2 BEDROOMS. McKENZIE 
(L7S Ault*. 4T7-OM. 

134 


HOUSE- WANTED 

TO RINT 


CLOSE TO AIRPORT. FERRY AND 
Brentwood 3-Bedroom ixa duplex. 2 
full Bathe piua large Studio oi 
Rumpus Room , Include* carport, 
wall-to-wall, Move and drapea Rea 
condition - only *170 per month 
8178 East Saanich Road. eves. ph. 
652-3425 


COLONIAL STYLE S-BF.DROOM 
duple*, large living room—dining 
room combined kitchen and ittilMy 
room, good sued bathroom, electric 
healing 3977 A Shelbourne. doee to 
achools and shopping cesttrea. Rent 
(195 3*>-4**tt nr 477-1136 


METCHOSIN —New 3 BR, duplex 
avail. Dec. tot. full basement 
electric range and fridge—(MS per 

month. 

BOORMAN INVESTMENT CO. LTD 
1113 GOVERNMENT ST 
388-9212 


132 


HOUSES TO RENT 
FURNISHED 


MT TOIAUF 
FURNISHED HOUSE 
SIX MONTHS LEASE 
BeeullfuRy franhdied home Watt-to 
watt carpet, basement Rartt (Sti.W. 
B.C. LAHC 

*20 Governm ent SI _ 386-5666 

AVAILABLE JAN. 1, 19TO. SPA 
clous modern 3-bedroom country 
home on 4 acres near Elk Irake in 
wooded setting. (225 per month 
Phone 179-389. or 4TO-6622 tor 


Now renting 64 luxurious-^ Good Variety of Suites 


suites. 

—Bachelors 
—1 bedroom 
—2 bedrooms 
—AH modern conveniences 
—Close to shopping 
—Bus stop at door 

—IMMEDIATE 

OCCUPANCY 

Contact Res. Manager 
Phone 384-6218 


NOW RENTING 
Opening Dec. 1 

GORGE TERRACE APTS. 
250 GORGE RD. W. 

Opposite the beautiful Gorge Park 
Anyone interested in renting » 
aiudlo auit* or a 1-bedroom Is 
cordially Invited to In* peel thete 
luxurious aulte* Prices range from 
U10-I14S. Featuring exceptional 
sound proofing aurh at: 

-Pearl stone plaster 
—Cement floor i 
—High dsbaity under cushions 
—Shag carpeting 

—Tempest windows and Thermo 
doors Idrafl proof i 
—Controlled entrance 
— Elevator 

--Free laundry faculties 
—Free cablevision. electric heat and 
outside parking 

Sorry, no children or pels. 


From $128 

> 

One-Year Guarantee of 
No Rent Increase 

Resident Manager 388-5611 
Downtown Office 38843100 
Diamond Developments Ltd. 

REDWOOD MANOR 
430 CHESTER AVE. 

Realde In an exceptionally quid 
block In Fairfield. Close to park, 
buses and thopplng centre 

1 bedroom suites from (135 

New building 
Large balconies 
Controlled entrance 
Electric kitchens 
Wall lo wail carpet 
Elevator 

Free laundry and cablevtomn 

To view pleaae contort 
RESIDENT MANAGE* 
385-4083 


DUNSMUIR HOUSE 
831 DUNSMUIR ROAD 

Large suites quiet seclu¬ 
sion in beautiful grounds jTM* brand new taiildtag Is set up 
high wi Oook St Jual oft Hilhtldp 
Avenue Theae states are carpet i-d 
and have beautiful panoramic 


with views of ocean, moun¬ 
tains and harbor. 

Available now- 

One 1-bedroom, carpeted $135 

Available January 1— 

One 2-bedroom 

carpeted . _. -$155 

One 1-bedroom, oak 

floors.5129 

Mature adults only—no pets 
Resident Manager — 388-4943 
Downtown office — 388-6100 
Diamond Developments I^td. 

NOW RENTING 

HARRISON HOUSE 
1417 Harrison St. 
on a quiet street 
close to downtown 

1- bed. stes. from $133 

2- bed. stes. from $160 


controlled entrance 
—wall to wall carpet* over cement 
soundproofing 

-electric heal 
—free cablevision 

—* w o -d o o r refrigerator! with 
freezer tall stes ■ 

—iwo-apeed range lana 
-coloured appliances 
—sun and recreation room 
—eilent elevator 

To view pleaae phone 
Mr. Carpenter, realdenl manager, 
385-5811 or 382-0069 


ttf Hncttric Idtahena. 

One Bedroom SuRea from (125 (0 
Two Bedroom Suitea from (166 00 

Let Mr. and Mra. Baker In aulte 269 
dinw you through thane apadous 
aultea. 


OPENING NEXT WEEK 

"SKYLINE GORGE 
APARTMENTS" 

AT 

2925 QU'APPELLE 


THE CHATELAINE 
1435 Elford St. 

PHONE 383-6809 

New, Modern Apartments 

Suites from $120 

Located on the quietest, trwd street 
In Victoria, cluae to mopping and 5- 
mln. bus service. The latest and best 
sound control and conveniences in 
every suit*, with laundry, parking, 
cablevision and drapes, FREE. Call 
the managers to see and rent one 
of theae lovely aultea. 

THE CORONA 
1430 Stadacona SL 
PHONE 382-2661 

ENJOY CHRISTMAS IN A 
BEAUTIFUL NEW 
APARTMENT 

January tenants in newly- 
completed buildings can 
move in well before Christ¬ 
mas without additional cost. 


1 OR 2-BEDROOM UNITS FROM 
(28 a week. All utilities Included. 
Children waioome Crown and 
Anchor Motei. 478-3933. 


RELATIVES COM BN G FOR XMAS' 
Rent an Oak Bay home 582-7196 
evenings 


VIEW ROYAL. MODERN 
dr«>lex<9 (85. (90. VO Old Wand 


Diamond Developments Ltd. 
388-6100 


THE HENRY HUDSON 
576 SIMCOE ST. 

Near Beacon Hill Park. Wall 
to wall carpet luxury at [ 


2 BEDROOM FAIRFIELD 
Adult*. Washer-dryer Available 
now 050. 886-8219 


CANADIAN CREST. 479-9082 
Warm, oomfortoble 2-bedrm house. 

MODERN COTTAGE, CARPORT, 
light* and water (75. 47W230. 


133 


HOUSES TO RENT 
UNFURNISHED 


WE MANAGE PROPERTY 
A NEW DEPARTMENT AT 
ROYAL OAK PROPERTIES 
Yes we are trying to set the 
wqrld on fire! In the last 
year, we accomplished: 

1. New larger premises 

2. Doubled the sales staff 

3. Tripled insurance sales. 

If you have need of con¬ 
scientious property mana¬ 
gers, we’ll collect your rent 
look after maintenance ser 
vice—keep the tenants away 
from you — get you whole¬ 
sale replacements — etc. 
etc. We’ll be glad to come to 
see you and discuss your 
property management prob¬ 
lems. Apartments, duplexes, 
homes. 

Service is our motto 
The firm with new ideas 
ROYAL OAK PROPERTIES 
4526 WEST SAANICH RD. 
479-1667 (24 Hrs.) 


V.nntFt Victoria, B.C., Saturday, Dec. 13, 1969 

137 HALLS, WAREHOUSES, 

STORES AND OFFICES 
TO RENT OR WANTED 


31 


P. R. BROWN RENTALS 
The people to See , . . PRB 

920 DOUGLAS STREET - Offtoe 

S «ar available from 235 aq ft. st 
ii per mpnlh Ideal tar medical 
and dental prof cation 

733 JOHNSON STREET — Ware 
house apace, upper floor*. 3,000 to 
12.0110 an. ft. Uae at freight elevator 

$150 per month for 6,000 aq. ft. 

FORT ROYAL MEDICAL BUILD 
TNG — 1900 Richmond Ave. Choice 
of prim* otilce apace Iron 473 *a 

P. R. BROWN & SONS LTD. 

782 Feat Street 3BS-343S 


LEASE. EMCB5LLENT WORKSHOP, 
warrtxue building 1-angJnrd 477- 
turn. 


1500 SQ. FT SUITABLE FOR 
wta-kafaej or storage. automatic 
heal. 394-2333 , 479AK2 


LARGE OR SMALL HALL FUR 
rent Elk. Club. 3*4 4411 


STORE OR OFFICE. 

location. 383-41® 


LOCAL TRANSFER CO REQUIRES 
suitable storage to HU ft 340-907 


140 PERSONAL LOANS AND 
INSURANCE 


Money for homeowners. Any 
worthwhile purpose. Monthly 
payments you can afford to 
make. Call AVIS at 386-9715 
or eves., 385-4165. 


141 MORTGAGE LOANS AND 
INSURANCE 


14] MORTGAGE LOANS AND 
INSURANCE 


NEED MONEY FAST? 
$1500 - $15,000 

Or any amount, any reason. 
Reduce payments by more 
than 50 per cent. 

Sickness and Accident 
Insurance Available. 

Borrow Per Month 
$2,000 at $ 28.32 
$5,000 at $ 68.46 
$10,000 at $130 56 

These are 2nd mortgage 
rate» based on 15 yeara 
amortization. 

Repay according to your 
qualified budget, no more 
regardless of credit rating. 

Phone for Diplomatic Service 

Commercial Inquiries 
Invited 

EMBASSY 

INVESTMENTS LTD. 

727 Johnson Street 
24-hour service 
385-5702 


LOOKING FOR A 
GUARANTEED INCOME 
FROM YOUR PROPERTY? 

W* have over 300 tjueiified dients 
wintlng hcojaea. duotexen. aiiarl- 
menti or aultea. For competent 
handling of your property call 

JAGUAR RENTAL 
SERVICE 
479-4422 

LET UR RH&T YOUR HOUSE. WE 
have ctltnti welting for two and 
Inrec-hedroom home*. We offer 
good management, careful tenant* 
and reaaonahle rale* 

PEMBERTON HOLMES LTD 
38441126 


LOOKING FOR A LOVELY 
ramtlv home In vrtitrti to hang your 
hat while waiting for your new 
hotrw to be completed? Or lo tide 
you over until poaieaalon date o< 
your newly purvhaard home, well 
your wiah a* been granted ' This Is 
in Cad bo ro Bay, stone'* throw from 
University and bear*. 4 bedroom*, 
2 bathrooma. separate dining mom. 
den or study no end of apace. 
Rent on month to month boat*. 

(HO; no lew to algn. Can 471-6061 

and I'K titow you today 


FOR RENT, IMMEDIATE POSSES¬ 
SOR, a two bedroom home with atove 
and refrigerator. Rani *150 per 
month Available tar 9 month* only. 
Addreae 9W -Southgate Ojj 
iwffiai 

BOU1.1BEE. SWEET REALTY 
I JIM CITED 

737 Fort Street *88-5561 


overlooking reasonable rates, 

The Beautiful Gorge Waterway 


All aultea are carpeted and have 
coloured appliance* In tha elec HI, 
Idbrhena. Kti 
Balconies 


Extra apartou* c loart* 


Oonventoitt location near atoms and 

transportation. 

One Bedroom Suitea from (122 00 
Two Bedroom Suitea from *lSfi HO 

Let Mr. and Mra. Springer tn suite 
MU show you throusgi throe Uwrty 
suitea next week. 


Slegg Bros. Realty Ltd. 
690 Broughton St. 

J. Y. Woods 386-6391 


SUITES AVAILABLE 

HAMPSHIRE HOUSE 
1159 BEACH DR. 


RENTAL AGENTS: 

P R. BROWN A 
7S2 Port 


SONS LTD 

*65-3135 


TOR INFORMATION OR | lovely bachelor suite, *i<6 
FREE TRANSPORTATION 3 

TO VIEW THESE SUITES amenities plus fireplace and porch 

'(150 pec -“ - 


Resident Manager 
384-202 or 


in Attendance 
382-8734 


Sole rental agent 

REGENT TOWERS 

One-Bedroom Suitei 
From $128 to $134.75 
CHARTER HOUSE 
are full 
of. nice people 
North West Trust 
386-3534 


NOW OPEN 

MICHIGAN COURT 
323 MICHIGAN STREET 

43 de luxe suite# 
featuring 

WALL TOW ALL CARPETING 
INDIVIDUAL CONTROLLED 
THERMOSTATS 
FREE CABLEVISION 
COLORED APPLIANCES 
ELEVATOR 

FREE LAUNDRY FACILITIES 
LARGE BALCONIES 
WALL-TO-WALL DRAPES 
CONTROLLED ENTRANCE 
EXTRA SOUND PROOFING 
2 BLOCKS FROM PAUL BLDGS. 
LARGE GARDEN AREA 
ONE-BEDROOM SUITES FROM 
(US 

RESIDENT MANAGER. SUITE *6 


MAKE RESERVATIONS NOW 
ATTENDANT ON SITE MM P.M. 
DAILY PH 384-*741 

VILLA ROYALE 
964 HEYWOOD AVE. 

Luxury apartment opening January 
1970 Complete Informa ton from 
RENTAL AGENTS: 

P. R. BROWN k SONS LTD. 
762 Fort Street 385-3435 


"SIERRA VILLA- 
547 NIAGARA ST. 


PLEASE CALL: 

BROWN BROS. AGENCIES 
LTD. 

1125 BLANSHARD STREET 
385-8771 


month Rockland *re« 
Laiudowne Properties Ltd.. Care¬ 
taker -Manager, 385*380 


New Spanish style apartment with 
modern conveniences a u p e r I o r 
soundproofing. Walking distance to 
lown. Beacon Park and waterfront 
7 badroomi *1®I 

1 bedroom 1136 I 

Call Rea. Manager. >385-8850 

-VANCOUVER VILLA- 
710 VANCOUVER 
Corner Colllnaon 

Luxurious block, all modern con¬ 
venience*. 

1 bedroom *125 

2 bedroom *i#0 

Call Ret. Manager 386-7326 
Cal) anytime G and O Holding* 
388-T3S1 or 382,3306 


MODERN 1 BEDROOM APART 
meat large attilng room, dining 
area, atove and fridge Owner* 
supply heal Free laundry. *106, 
month. No children. 384-5473. or 383 
9186. 


130 AfARTMeNTS WANTED 


DRIVE-BY 4C6 HEATHER ST. 

Lge older 4. 5Br. home near 
parliament buildings tar sale •* 
rent. Open houxe on .9ntucday 2:4X1 

S m to 4:00 p.m Drop In or call 
imn Stewart 3B-MSI, Kea .364 
4237. Crown Realty. G. D. Peuker 
Holding* Ltd., 727 Johnoon St 

YEARS”LEASE (RENEWABLE) - 
»m 17U4 ST ANN 
Attractive, redecorated, near every 
thing, amen garden. 2 la-diuoms. 
suit retired cou|4e Available Janu 
ary 1. Reterencea required To view 
rontait P J. Steel, l.Wi ' 
Patrick. 384-5120. 

COSY ONE-BEDROOM HOME WITH 
fireplace. O-O-M heat, baarmenl, 

■rparale garage Ideal tar older 
coutoe who enjoy gardening Avail¬ 
able Ian. 1st. Call 388-3585 or 479- 

Metropollton Realty Ltd. 

FOR HIE NT - DEEP COVE 
wattcrttxsit No watar totta 2 <*■ 1 
BR. Large kitchen with eating 
area. New automatic oil. Avautattte 
Immediately (150 i«r m Fcr appta. 
to view on weekend — call 388-1544. 


URGENTLY NE EDED BY 
mother and 3 school age children, 2 
3 bedroom hnua* or duplex. In Vic 
West school area. Reeaonarte rent. 
References 385-2088 


CLIENT WANTS 1 BEDROOM 
HOME, ta *150 Rent or eat 
arrange purchase al (3.500 down 
Mr Bowden, CITY BROKERAGE, 
3HK-3547 


URGENT! 

HOUSES - SUITES - ROOMS 
fnr Low Income Famine* 
BOUSING REGISTRY. 386.27fr4 


FIRST AND SECOND 
MORTGAGES AND 
EQUITY LOANS 

MOSEY IMMEDIATELY 
AVAILABLE. Borrow on t he 
equity In your home, whether 
your home la paid for or not. 
For anv worthwhile purpose 
Take Ifl to 25 year* to repay. 
Al Information held In atrlrteat 
confidence Be free to disc use 
your borrowing need* and 
powers with ua in the comfort 
of your own home. Best of all 
you are under no obligation 
when you call. Advice ii Free. 

SECONDARY FINANCING 
OUR SPECIALTY 

WE PURCHASE EXISTING 
MORTGAGES AND 
AGREEMENTS FOR CASH 

FOR 

M HOUR SERVICE 

CALL THE MONEY 
NUMBER TODAY 
385-9741 

Mortgage Department 
J. A Henderson Realty Ltd. 
1010 Blanahard Street or 
John Lukaz. Evea. 592-1901 


IF YOU CANNOT SELL YOUR 
home we have reliable rtlenta 
waiting to rent Phone Mr. Keen 
Boorman Investment Co. Ltd., 3S6 
9212 ___ 

ItBUALBF T E X A N T S NEED 
house near IVew Royal School on 
or Ittfore January 15. Rrterencea 
available 477-54I&_ 

2 — BEDROOM DUPLEX OR HOUSE 
by January 10. Reasonable rent. 2 
■mall children. 388-7777. after l 

3- 4 BEDROOM HOUSE REQUIRED 

by loraJ luittneaaman. Esquimalt 
Refer . 


2nd MORTGAGE LOANS 
FROM PRIVATE FUNDS 

WITHOUT BONUS 
Al a fully-dtocloaed and reaaonahle 
interest coat chargeable only from 
the date of loan to the day of 

CAN USUALLY OBTAIN A 
HIGHER PRICE for your second 
mortgage or agreement VICTORIA 
and til’-ISLAND Your dncumeitt 
tan be appraised for Immediate 
sale for cash without obligation or 1 
will arrange a 'own again* Uila 
document to aave you money If thl* 
plan I* beat for your circumstance*. 

COUNTRY, UP-tSLAND 
AND GULF ISLANDS 
MORTGAGES 

REFINANCING A SPECIALTY 

VACANT LAND AND 

LAND DEVELOPERS 

LOANS ANYWHERE 

Pleaae call Mr" Thoma* at 

DOUGLAS HAWKES LTD. 

99(1 BLANSHARD ST 
384-7128_Re. 471*582 

MONEY AVAILABLE 


NEED MONEY? 


Consolidate your obliga¬ 
tions. Reduce your total 
monthly payments by 
more than 50 per cent. 
OR 

Re-finance for extra 
cash to invest, to travel, 
for a new car. 

Borrow 

$ 2,000 from $ 20 p.m. 

$ 5,000 from $ 50 p.m. 
$10,000 from $160 p.m. 

Any amount for any 
reason! 

Payments are tailored 
to suit your budget. 

Compare our rate* 
CALL NOW!!! 

INVESCO 
Realty Ltd. 

24 hr service 

382-9111 


WANTED: HOUSE IN 
Cove district »6-*219 


135 


APARTMENTS AND 
SUITES FOR SALE 


WANTED: QUIET COUPLE OR 2 
persona to tiiare upataira apartment 
lover private b.m* from Jan. In. 

1 Separate entrance. Larga lull kll 
(hen, fltdge. and atove. full 3-plet-e 
bathroom. 2 large bed-aitting room. 

or 1 living room and I bedroom. |9U 
pius utilities. No peti. 1242 Oacar 
383-9001 


UNIQUE GROUND FU»R 
waterfront aulla with no tiepa. 
Sitting and dining rooms both with 
flrepfeee*. 3 brttaorena. auras’ den 
with picture wlnttawi overlooking 
donatio* Bay Fully aarveted *1® 
per month Lanadoawia Propertlet 
Ltd . SK-TIXI 


UNIVERSITY DISTRICT 
TARA COURT 
38H SHELBOURNE 
Spaeiou* carpeted 1 bedroom aulta. 
Available December lat. (UC Call 
477-BUM or 477-3008. 


NEW — NEW 
BRODERICK MANOR 


Cornea HUriel and Menalea 
i tax* from the moat 
Beautiful waterfront In 
—The sari 

tomaa bright aoa vtaw aultea 

Matt-to watt caa«ti 

Superior aouBd-pcootint 

-rrea ate rail and partttng 

-[rtterr-oan na tir o ttad antianr* 
Carttevistan — no rtiarge 
Large okiaeta. all drapes 
1 bedroom suite from H35 

Res Mama M«tt 
MrAdaam tawwrimenta Ud. 

FORT ELFORD APTS.' 
141(1 ELFORD STREET 

nne-badroom 


.VwViUi 

fkevatar latoonp. exert lent 


PAC0F1C SHORiES. MM Haaillaln 
iiaauhful large 2-bdrm aulte Qulel 
area Adulli. (135 OH 1-bdren (U7 
382-6354). 

MONTREAL TRUST 
HW 1 Fart_ _ 686-2111 

CHRISTIE POINT APTS 
WATERFRONT PORTAGE INLET 
, limited number of 2 and 3- 
iiedrouui M»rtment« available lor 
January lit. 2951 Cral|Ow*n Rd 
DG4*44. NO PETS. _ 

OAK LAN DH MANOR 

Blllalda-Cedar lOH Road 
New block near Simpaona aeara 
K levator, Balcoolea, Cable TV. 

] and 2 bedrooms from 1125 

Rea. manager SHO or 38M3B9 

CENTRAL SAANICH MODERN 2 
Bedroom Duplex. Include* ataaa, wall 
to wall, drapei, carport, radar* - 
onty (120 par raottth Ph. «->«■ - 
or *er Sunday at 8178 Darriabatg 
Rd. 


OAK RAY TOWERS COMPACT 
modern 1-bedroom aulte. Elevator, 
cablevttion. free laundry on aama 
floor On buj route. |U0. 185-7707 or 
383-0998. Mean. Wbyta and Gower 
Ltd 


CASA DEL MAR 
1625 Richmond Road 

AVAII.ABLE JAN. 1. 1970 

One 1-bedroom at *127 
One 2-bedroom at (149 

IN THIS LUXURY BLOCK 
Fire cablevlalon, flee parking, 
drapei, balconies, locked em ranee, 
superior sound-proofing, wall to 
wall carpeting Included 

Resident Managers 
Mr. & Mrs. M. Lescarmure 
385-4250 

_C A D Apia. 

GOOD ACRE TOWERS 
350 and 360 Douglas St. 

DIRECTLY OPPOSITE GOODACRE 
LAKE IN BEAUTIFUL BEAOON 
HILL PARK. 

CUSTOMARY HIGHRISE 
AMENITIES 1 BEDROOM 
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY 2 
BEDROOM, OCCUPANCY JAN 
1ST. BOTH surras OVERLOOKING 
THE PARK. 

FOR FURTHER RENTAL INFOR¬ 
MATION. P BOISE 38M11L 


2 BEDROOM SUITE, VIEW ROYAL 
[ or Cotwnod, Feb. 1. Reaaonable 
, rent. Victoria Preaa, Box 494 


IMMACULATE, MODERNIZED 3- 
bedroom home Oak Bay Avenue. 
Near thealre. shcoa. achoola 134 
bath*, electilc range and fridge 
separate garage. Poaieaalon after 
Dec 15. To view phone 3*6-3967 or 
393-5679 after 5. 


131 DUPLEXES TO RENT 

NEW DE LUXE SIDE BY SIDE S- 
bedroom duplex, bapement. 114 
hath, electric heat, carpet through 
out, aundeck. covered parking. 

? ulrt taoaUon among new home* In 
ulwood. Available Dec 15. (ITS 
477-032 


THE KINGSTON 

325 Kingston near the Bulldlngi, 
large 1 -bedroom corner aulte. bal¬ 
cony, free cablevlalon. laundry and 
parking. Adulta (117. Apply Suite ](. 
SWIM_ _ 

OAK BAY COMPACT, MODERN. 1. 
bedroom aulte. elevator, cahla- 
vlaion, on hue route, (120. Dm. laL 
:isB- kill or Mearea. Whyte and 
Gower UA 385-7707 


NEW SIDE BY SIDE DUPLEX, 
Sidney urro. 2 IxdreHn. fun 
liaoemenl. carpet througlinut. 
fridge, and electric range Itvnt 
Jiao Avallalte now 479«01 nr 479 
il727 

SUlTH FAIHFILEI) HY SEA AND 
liua. lerwer 3-bedronm suite with 
fireplace and new electric kltctim. 

1190 per mn. Inbudea auto waaher, 
heal, power, water and cable TV 
Drgwalt. 832-2461. 


FOR RENT; ON THE SAANICH 
FTtlneula — Rural atmoaphere 
Lovely 3 bedroom home. Poaieaalon 
J*;" '* 1*70 IS yr. tenancy— 

|!1*I.OO per mo Reference* required 
•* B. 'Hoi-al Oak Prooerllea Ltd 
47S-1667 


BEACH FRONT, GONZALES 
Bay, modern 3 - bedroom house 
garage, aundeck. full basement with 
extra bedroom. Ideal familv home, 
above Sandy Beach. Available 
January 15. (116. 3W-8 464_ 

UOCKLAND AVE. 

AvAllalttc n n w Handwime 


(Invernment huuae Rent (275 tier 
month. 

LANS1X1WNK PROPERTIES LTD 
582-7111 


OAK BAY 

LUXURY - CARlHPK.EE LIVING 


HIFYING OR REFINANCING 
Occidental mortgage offers; 

-Full payoff privileges. 

—No five-year Interval ttttangc. 
—Most mortgages. 

If you have bought with a 
substantial down payment, or art 
refinancing, check with Occidental. 
Call Vincent Bolmea. 384-8124 
PEMBERT ON. HOLMES LTD 

INVESTORS 

Today's a attest tnvaatmants ara 

secured by real property. Qioose 
from our wide aelectton of high 
vle4<1 mortgage* each Minting grx«l 
equity Mr Parian or Mr. Patrick 
at 396-75® 


383-5202 

If you require a loan we 
have the following amounts 
available for First Mort¬ 
gages at competitive inter¬ 
est rates: $5,000, $G.0U0. 

$7,000, 38,000, $10,000 $12,000, 
$15,000, $20,000. 

Enjoy the trlvary utt a brand new I _ _ . __ 

luxury' co-operative apartment of p. R. BROWN k SONS LTD 


Fort Street 


over 150fi sq ft. romprlalng 2 

bedrorans and den wttti 2 oosngttrte 

tiathrocme. Maater betkroirri and ; _____ _ __ 

bathroom erwulte Wati-to-mti] t»r- MONEY TO LOAN FOR 

prta throughout. Luxury appllanrea —ACttLEOttEiNTS FOR SALE 


385-3435 


Crattnttled mam ottrancr Monthly 
upkeep Inelutttng taxes onty 164 nc 
There Is full tame oomlral and 
cunventence here with none at the 
worries at a traction of the coat. 
Fun price onty as.aoo. 

AND • 

In the same luxury blork we have 
a very attractive I-bedroom aulte 
talced at or% (16.801. For further 
detail* rail JACK MEARS or A. F 
GOWER a! 38 b-TIW Mean Whyle 
A Gower Ltd. 


INTERIM FINANCING 
—SECOND MORTGAGES 
—DE3JT CONSOLIDATION 
- -HOME M-iROVirattENTS 
OR 

YOUR PRESENT MORTGAGE OR 
AGREEMENT MAY BE PUR 

CHASED- _ 

CALL NORMAN L ROSS or 
KELLY E DICKSON, 386-13*1 
CANADA PERMANENT TRUST 
COMPANY 

FORT AND DOUGLAS 


MONEY TO LOAN ON MORT- 
gagn. Quick deciiloiu. Also agree- 
menta and mortgages purchased for 
cash. See us for top price. 

A BERNARD i CO LTD 
«S3 Fort Street 384 933S 


WANTED IMMEDIATELY, (MOW) 
lat mortgage at go Leg Interest rate. 
3*1-431! Mr Bltterman 


142 WANTED TO BOtROW 


1ST MTGE. OF (12,080 08 AT 
12 per cent, payments *142.no per 
month on a (30,000 Langford 
renlal property. 

1*4 mtge ,4 d.OM.flO at 34 per 
cent, pay menu * 120.00 |x»r month 
on ■ Victoria horn*, but gvavatt- 
teed liy major Institution. 

1st mtge. of (13.000.00 at 12 per 
cent, payment* (130.00 per month 
on a ( 20,000 00 home. 

Do you have money to Invert? 
Cali us tar 1st and 2nd mortgage* 
from 12 per cent up No 
obligation. Mr. R. de Montlgny 
INVESOO REALTY LTD. 382-5011 
1800 Blanahard fit. 


143 REVENUE PROPERTIES 
WANTED 


new m-UNrr apartmf.nt block 
N o mortgage*. Are you a hardcore | 
Investor' Dat Caralde. Byron Price I 
M Associates Ltd , 3 85-2458 . ] 

137 HALLS, WAREHOUSES, i 
STORES AND OFFICES 
TO RENT OR WANTED; 


ESQUMALT 

OFFICE Olt WAREHOUSE 
SALES SPACE 

available to reapoiwa>le lenanla. 
Bull! to K|>eclflcatJcin* 


CASH FOR YOU 

ft yaa have add your home and 
are carrying a balance on 
agreement (or Bale, or second 
mortgage, and would like all 
your cash now. we will huy 
your agreements or second 
mortgage lor cash. 

Just phone 385-8741 
H4R Fort 

. J. Donald Smith Ltd. 

HOMEOWNERS: BORROW 


Ijedronm, 2-l«1hroom home_ near] CONCORD DEVELOPMENT CORP. THE MONEY YOU NEED. 

FAVOURABLE TERMS 
LOW MONTHLY PAY- 


34 BEDROOM SUITES. HEAT 
and hat water supplied Poaaeaalon 
1st December. Barter Rd. and 
Falmouth. *175 pm. Call G F 
WESTON. 385-1431 Quadra Realty 
Lid 


ROYAL OAK, 2 OR 3-BEDROOM, 1V4 
bath New ludor styi« residence 

Cloae to everyttriln* Reference* 
required. (200 pea month. R. 
Douglas Agendas, 9*4403 


WATERFRONT. LARGE 1 BED- 
room suite, avattlable trom January 


SEA CUFF LODGE 
« DALLAS RD. 


SHELBOURNE ST —New 3 BR 
duplex avail now. 1 Year laaae (175 
per month 

BOORMAN INVESTMENT CO LTD 
1111 GOVERNMENT ST 

988-9113 


ROCKLAND ARMS. WtO LINDEN 
Two i-bedroixn patio lultaa, watt-to- 
wall narrrt, eahievltlor. drapei 
free laundry, walking distance to 
lown. Avallatttte January 15 384- 
309 


stole 
aural 

i netting FREE hydro, laundry 
rwUevIrtrai parking (EB.00. RflSl 
IJBNT UANAGBR- 


MADRONA MANOR 
1955 ASHGROVE 
3 BedriMtit rttite. tog Soar, (M5 1 
B ertroran tittle. EUB 1 Bedrocan 
alike, top door, UK. httfr modern. 
acme to hoapttala. ahopa and bua 


BERKLEY APTS. ON ROCKLAND 
jurt behind Christ Church Cath 
edral, 5 minute walk to town, stole 
to rant 3H4-UH7 or 383^58 


OAK BAY 

-'-BSlttttJOM APAKl’MENT -QiltR 
wood Court, 13411 Newport Feb. 1 
or sooner. Cloae to ■ hopping and 
bus. Seavlew. Quiet mature tenant* 
3844885 


GREEN ACrtE COtJRT 
1224 Balmoral. 1 hdrm. suite, 
elevator, wtow carpet, free CTV. 
walking distance to town, 1112 Rea. 
mgr 3858872, 384-1822 

i Room sucre close-ln pa«- 

dnra. 185. bnanediale occupancy. 
Sian hnrritinr tittle. 8* Auatoarile 
Jan. ISih. Older wcanen pr e f e rred 
KCl-THM. 


THE BELLROVE 

1 kdrm . extra larga tdp floor, *135 
Adult*, bus. free laundry. 1505 
Belcher. Corner oak Bay Ave. Mra. 
Eta Wyl* 383-7405. 


H1LLCREST APARTMENTS 
1118 Fort 

I - bedroom apt. available Dec 
B3U Coolant manager, 384ti*U 


It* 


OAK BAY AVENUE, 
flora. i bedroom, tttina 
ruin, fireplace, dining rocan. Al 
large rooraa Fridge aari tiove 
Aval la hie Dar XI. Adult ■ Mr. 
Btiia M4MII and 07-4M3. Jorin- 
abwi and Oi Ltd _ 

tia‘ i beoroom suite a 

modern block Mature adulta catty. 
MJOI. 


■EMtTTIWG 


ROOM. 
I >rMn 


!■ —mo on APARTMENT CLOSE 
to boaa. (113 with 


P40 LARGE 1 BEOROOM STE 
Clear View Apt*., 1258 Yste* 
Cable TV. Modem Conveniences 
386-1991 or 184-7785 


OAK BAY, LARGE MODERN 1. 
Wdronm suite etean. warm, qalrt 
Near titopa, taw, boarti. COB. <NU 
reliable adutts Dec. 1. 477 H2fl 

REAfXttT TOWnRSrilfl'iltNHIIAS 
On Bewroc HM Park 1-hedraom 
suite Fra part icto art prione Me 
48SH 


LARGE 1-BEDROOM SUITE. 
Oner in. iw rtttfdrtii, tottttles 
477-4454 


Rarthekir. I asad 2-bedroocn 
from IUD to PTO per matih 
lulled tn varlawa local Iona In the 
dt>. Phone WLM71 

CONCORD REALTY LTD 


BY JUKOAJE aaaNTAL 
1108. Modem ooe-beMriran. irt 


MOB Fart » S85-T 


TWO BEDROOMS. LARGE LIVING 
rraim. kitchen, fridge atove fra 
alder coupta. Heated- *100 monthly. 
-•44-7770. 


1 1-BEDROOM SUITES ON 
Rockland across front Gov't Bouse 
view at city. (140. 1126. (130. 384 
2731. 


LUXURY DUPLEX 
Brand new, SXS, W to W, nmdeoka, 
basement, 3 bed*, avails hie now, 
1136 montthlv VtA Wurtele Place, 
Eaqtomatt Dav* Fotier Conatruc 
Uon, 5B2-M4C. 


SEDC BY STDE DUPLEX 1 
rum, bttdge. Move, carport, 
share haaaanettt farttttle* .All totti- 
ties Included. By bua atop. (136. 886- 
«TM_ 

9-BEDROOM. FULL BASEMENT, 
near IJ-vtc, aitive anti hid 
available Immediately. *185. 4 

3322. 


LANGFORD 3 BEDROOM 4-PLEX, 
alectrlr range, fridge, balament, no 
pets IniMadlale poaaeartan. (IKi 
Apply 10n Gaidjtream or 478-14B4 


Occupancy. 8180. 3858741. 


RENOVATED LARGE OLDER 
home, aultaitte for large family or 
live on main floor and rent aert 
contained aulte tguttaln fra 8100 a 
month. Ron MacDonald. 3858731. 


8 BZX2ROCM. UVJNG ROOM. 

then and bath Wwg-to-aaaU 
carpet 1 acre to land. Beniamin 
Franidln atove. oil heal Children 
weiorane. Ctoiltte HUJ. 1851886 


LOVELY 2 BR BKVT HOME IN 
top S. Oak Bay location. Available 
lm«nedl»te*y. *196 monthly. Call 
Joyce Miller or Barbara Hunt. .964- 
8001 , Broadview Propertle* Ltd 


TWO STOREY BRICK BUILDING .. __ 

available ImmedtatteL for Rent nr ■ M E N T S. CALL 386-2451. 

approximately 1 **lfl. 0 M a ' 1 *quare^ee4 ! AVCO DELTA RLTY. LTD 
WarahouH, fihowipom. Ofttoea. 2 
tiroonu. oil heat. Phon a W. 


Uaboroa 388-4BU or 3B3-C61 


MONTREAL TRUST BUIMIn*. 100 
Fort 9t Daalrable office apace. 
Ideal tar barrister* and aolidtore 
or accountants, or anyone wishing 
prestige accommodations, 

MONTREAL TRUST 
1057 Fort 386-2111 


WE RAVE AN EXCELLENT SELEC 
WE HAVE AN EXCELLENT 
aelectton of high quality first mart 
gage* avattattte U you have 10500 or 
mare to Invati pteaaa call u*. Over 
86 Yr*. to stand financial aervtce 
to VOrris 3M-H24 

Vincent Holmea 
PfMBEKflON. UOLAUiE LTD. 

3(000 Goverranent 9L 


WE PAY CASH 


Yea, we have caah fra your 
older duplex, revenue prop¬ 
erty or house If the price I* 
right Why bother with 
numerous appointment* to 
show your property when one 
phone call may be *11 that * 
nerexaary to get all your 
ra*hT 


PHONE 385-6741 
DONALD SMITH LTD. 
848 FORT STREET 


HAVE YOU A DUPLEX OR A 
rwveitti* property up to 8 suite*' If 
so and It 1* not over 35 yra oid my 
ctleatt will pay catii tor It For 
tntoiertSai c*il Frank FantiHo to 
Wetiwa Home* Ltd., at BB-01B7 or 

_ 

144 REVENUE PROPERTY 


JOHNSON ARCADE 

727 JOHNSON STREET 

Modern retail shop* and offices at 

very rrasonaM* rates available 

now 

LANSDOWNF, PROPERTIES LTD. 
TELEPHONE 592-1111 


MONEY MONEY MONEY 
More munry avatilattt* tar trie 


3 BFJ1HOCMS 

large living room 


WIARHMOURE WITH OFFICES. 
D8NING ROOM ( Duu ** <l '*b location. Sullattte for 


Klrrt tiled base. 


j contractor dlrtrihutnr. 


wtxtteaaler 

mroi. flratiri Na^r. »*» •£ i^SS, 


NEAR NEW LARGE 2-BBDHOOM 

ful 


able tor. -> full 
and fridge Lea** No dogs 

Co.WO.k1- 178-3824. 


ti-ne 

USD 


4 ROOM BlfNGALOW. AUTOMATIC 

heat, good vlow, exrerteto nrigMira 
hood. Aikttte, prefer lease T.Xt «a, 


BLENK339BOP HD. SPACIOUS 
modern 3 bedroom home, tiatori- 
3 BEDROOMS HSAT SUPPLIED, roily ravtoned, avaiMttt* Dec 15 
panoramic view of the city. 71 *185 586-17W 
bkoctoa toon trie beach, Immediate 


um 

Mfc 

etc (Ifri including 
Head. ttnOUK 


DUPLEX. 5 
carport, 
Gordon 


1 BEDROOM, FREE CABLE 
Virion, heat and parking. 1251 
Pandora. Girls only 388-9097. 


OPENING 


IING JANUARY 15 

The Vitonrts f 

989 Niagara 


llagara 

Studio. 1 bodrai and 2 bedrm suMeo 
Phone Mr* Lea, 3853843 


ESQUIMALT 
gmimtt flora 
Nadan Frig.. 
| . N • 


3-ROOM SUITE 
Near dortiyard and 
atove. wetter Included 


NEW J BEDROOM 3TE. STOVE 
and (etc baatt. ilgril and cabteyittoc 
UKtudad. Mai nr i tanato. M4aR 


1 BEDROOM SUITE. QUTKT. 
location, available January t 1115 

3K-2318._I 

LOR AND 1 BETtitO 
Apply *4 Linden, Suita 1. 


WATBRFRONl 5ROOM SUITE, 
gas tiove. fridge quiet mature 
adulta only. (UM plus 

2251___ 

3 ROOM SUITE, BBLF-CnNTAINED, 
elderly people only, 1 floor i 
a month plus utilities, 1046 
St. 988-8779 

CHALET APARTMENTS 
Fort. n*w 1 ked rnnm suites from 
1119 Bacrirtra *105 
Apply Suite 39 


iKiDRoott mime, 

KaaanaaMa BM-msg 


2-BEDROOM HEATED APART 
meet, close tn. l chttrt waleomt to 
33®_ 

SEA VIEW - 1-BEDROOM, W W 
carpet*, fireplace, m 
couple. (UD m indutive *77-2»7 


BBQUBttALT, 


NEAR SHOPS, 
apartment 


BUS. 

175 


NEW BLOCK. MATURE COUPLE 
1 bedroom salts. Jaa. 1 or hk L 
1531 Fort at Belmoal MS-UM 


BRIGHT. WARM. 2-aKD<tnOM 
aulte. uUlliin, caUavttion Intouded 
IJS. TKt fMR. 


1-BEDBOOM APARTMENT Bk 
vr month modern. Mar Nadan 


2-BEDROOM APT -(85 AVAIL 
able now. 385804 morrttogs ortty. 


OAK BAY - PRIVATE SUITE. .3|tl05 WARM 1-BEDROOM. FAIR 
rorana. kaal aatt **t>< II 1 «4Hl I Held aulte Quml titii BB-73IB 


DS LUXE I4HW/X(I 
adulta SW-filS 


BY 


U15 


BEDROOM. SIDE 
fridge and stove, near 
tijop-nng, anlldren welcome 

Aral to Ms January 1. 388-MB2 


VIEW ROYAL. 1-BEDROOM. (91 
month, heat, water Indaded 
vacant. 471-46)9. 


!Sw 


AVAILABLE NOW, 8SQUIMALT. 1 
rorau. stove, fridge, carpet*, 
heat and water Intiudad- 384ti 89B. 

BROROOM DUPLEX, STOVE, 
frig, heat, calttevtrton. garage, (133 
par month. Jan. L 479-43*6 


DUPLEX FOR KENT IN SIDNEY 
available Jan. 1. (L«i 956-3196 nr 

(M-17S 


SIDNEY 

•i-room suite in side 
duptox, only *7C (853m 


by tide 


NEW DUPLEX. SIDNEY. 3 ■ 
rooms. lVi baths Wad-to-wal! 
carpet. (185 per month 656-4086. 


3 ROOM HOUSE ON 3(06 BEL 
mottt Av*. (us. Immediate occu¬ 
pancy. 477-2471 


2-BEDROOM HOME, OAK BAY, 
<>il haalad. (130 384-9M8, after 1 

p.m. Available January J 

n*X-HMRF.R i 

Norte rv *W 0 per 


AVAdLABLE 
bedroom ns 
mortri. 4WAmn 


3-BDQROCM HOME. AVAILABLE 
Dec 16 to Fab 16 only. (186 per 
mosttri. Pham 688-5*98 

2-BEDROOM HOUSE HO ~PAT 
IJi> Highway. No dogs. (140 593 


UNfVERfllT-7 AREA NEW 4JSEJ) 
room, in hath, full hasemeto. 
carport (386. 471-8036. 


3-BEDROOM HOUSE. FURNACE, 
h*a«. water included, (146 a month 
Children wrtcnmr 384-83ST 


4-BEDROOM HOME. FULL BASK 
mem, a tisumallc. nil, OTS. 4TO-1JU2 

HI McKENZIE. 3 BEDROOMS, 
1140. Available Jan. lti 3848I« 


GLEN LAKE. 3-ROOM HOUSE, OIL 
tiova. (7a B42-M73 S.H.R 


SIDNEY 3«BDROOM. OfiKEDI 
ate noaseaatan. rtoarence* rod 
(U6 n iam 


3 - BEDROOM HOME. JAMES BAY. 
Adulta 3851073- 


BEDROOM HOUSE 
St.. (Ml month 


i BEDROOM Sutra. OBOUND, 701 MCKEWZIE. 

all traluotoe. AMU- 477-1486 '(MU AvsaisM* Jan. lti 8H5tn*l 


04 modern renovated office or rture 
■pace. Ideal contractor* or 
real tor's toflre. Only (Ml Tier 
month. ROSS CORBY, 3851433. 
Quadra Realty Ltd. 


THREE OFFICES 
One good sized rod two smaller 
offices. Suit prtoeational operation. 
Details with Mr. Devine, CKy 
Brokerage, 3853647 


STORE OR OFFICE FOR RENT. 
HI gh-Quarto* across from Oak creel 
Off afreet customer parking Avail¬ 
able Jan. 13. (115 per month 384- 
B19 nr 384-1484. 


Wanted: Whorehnuae-lype hulldlng. 
XXttrtono sq. ft. with some parking 
sraa. Will rent, lease or buy. 

Mr Frederick. 

3M-mi or tort -<080 


RECEPTIONS. M BETINGS 
DANCES, etc Kitchen Facillttaa. tori 


1067 


MONTREAL TRUST 
Fort 1 


mil 


34 SUITES 


Hill brand 


Hera la your tax tita 
new apertmertt w 
ennuttetted fra datoerlation pupoaes 

___ „.by Dec. ». TTOi todidtog is 

purchase 1 4 your 2nd Mortgage or c.mrtn**fd flitttiitil to n«ta 

* m tauifin#nt 4r Ommi iMtfnra si ■ •■ui» ■an i Pru* - 

1 -"SftSling ihroughout building. Ttoers it s 

large mtg at 994 per crott and 
priced al MfcflUi Fra ftttl pwttl- 


yuu atil. Call JACK MEARH 3*- 
77m snytlme. Meats, Whyte A 
Gower 4-td. 


MORTGAGE LOANS 
First mortgages available up to any 
amount at current frdereat rate*. 
Quick decisions. 

BROWN BROS AGENCIES LTD 
1125 Blanahard SL * 385-8771 

REQUIRE - 1ST - MTGE. OF (11,000 
tor nt906 property Owner will pay 
15 per cent — 5 year term- Oood 
security. For InfarmaUrai call DON 
FKAARR *4 384-800L ftnartvlaw 

Propertle* Ltd 


MONEY TO LOAN 

Fund* immediately available fra the 
purchase of 2nd Mortgage* or 
Agreements Quk-k derations JACK 
MEARS. 385T7UI anytime. Mears, 
Whyte A Gower Ltd. 


LETT MR MORTGAGE IN 
VTCTORIA'' arrange a 
batter .Vttlar -bswl tor you 
Privtie ln>»stinra, loweti 
rales Call DON HARVEY. 


PRIME MEDICAL OFFICE SPACE 
a v a 1 1 a to) e now. U75 Cook St 
Apply Ste kn or phone 3SW;t3 
Boorman Invetimsnt On. Ltd 

YARROW BLDG MEDICAL 
Suite, inrtudet Dr’s attllos and 3 
examining rooms, 380 *q ft (1S1.3U. 
Royal Trust. HUH_ 

DOUGLAS ST MODEHN12XD 

titans In beast of rtownlrism, 1*46 

aq. R. Full service, moderate 
rental Roywi TrttiL 3854,311 

OHOIIND LttCVEL OFFICE SPACE. 
H26 aq ft., opp. Untan Club, ltoyal 
Trtl ti. 388-4SU _ 

FOR R*NT OR LEASE 
Cnaameraai shop space on large ktt 
does to city centre 386 84(2 


t WILL Birr YOUR EXBT1NO 1ST 
or 2 nd Bilge or sgreimeeif tar sale 
for catii tmmedlslrty on appralal 
Fra fart action call m^^roeett 


Invesco Really say tin 


HALLS AVAILABLE: MEETINGS. 
Weddings. Parties PRIOR'S retiaur 
sot* 384-8814 or MU-47Id 


YEAR 

■rail 

6-ti 


(It.TOO 1ST MORTGAGE, 
term. 39 per coal, futty 
Part trade considered. Offers. 

3677_ 

I WILL LOAN YOU MONEY ON 
the equity In yotor ReaJ Estate 
Immodtilaly on appraisal. *ir fati 
acUop Call nay agent linawao 
Realty, anyti me. 3BMU 1._ 

HOW MUCH MONEY 
DO YOU HEED 
Horae equity 
available Oall 
Patrick at ABELL 386- 7MB 

UWWrtMM 


ruler* phrase: 

TK5 7TJ RICK KINNIB 8B6-T7B1 
(1ARDNBR AGENCIES LID 


SXS DUPLEX 
CATHE23RAL HEX 

iMXircsroa, iWttag room, ttvtng 
room w4U) flrepisi-e.kttxtier and 4- 

S *. hath. Drive-In garage. Large 
t In choice area near 9f Joaa***' 
H oapKai. Irnmedtata pnaaaarton. 
Owner will conaldar all reaaomble 
after* an down payment and 
Util, iking erica ett gM.BBO CAU. 
now be Pori it ib too late 
LOU BLOCfittFSTD .3RM9U at 6B- 
64lk Mattiale Itosto lid 


SXS DUWrEX 
-4 BDRMS , 1W BATHS EA 
—NORTH QUADRA (ON 8HWTR) 
-GQM HEAT — HltJVLS AND 
fYUDGES 

-AREA OF NEW HOMES 
NHA FINANOIG irV par cwtt) 
6 MONTHS OLD 
-VIEW BY APPT 
OFF 8W-48T] OR Ita* 47>«M8 

■ j inn 

J H WhJIlnm* A Cb Ltd. 


THERE'S STOLL 
TOME! 


raonay Imanedtalrty 
Len Parkin or Ray 


Craig 3M-4U5. 


To btd* yor taxable dnfiara in (ha 
shelter of a very aettd otncoi 
triplex. Three aittJes oastgilataly aelf 
enrdatned. Rrisenna M0 mrattrib 

An eaceg ee tt property in a fiood 
renlal are*. Lett SBxlAt, R 3 aoned 
1’rire «30.6DO with (10.000 dam. 
Dial Don Rabertaco. IM-CM, Byron 
Price A Associates, MMK 

NEW SIDE BY 30DE BUfLBX 
near UVlc. 3 bodrooma, 1W halrie. 

dntag room (Xus sating are* Only 
3W.9IV Expttoror Devatopenerttv 382- 
4318 ra 47T aaa _ 

KX mSTOIl LOCATION 
2 -badraan j duplex with ortwly 
IwJass auit* Phrast 882- 


13 SUITES PR IISO.(Ml JOCTS 15 
lies cint -Dn 167,000 Victoria 
lim Box 390 


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32 (BnliJnlft, Victoria, B C., Saturdoy, Dec. 13, 1969 


144 REVENUE PROPERTY 


XXXXXXXXXXX 
X X 

X BOULTBEE X 
X SWEET X 
X Realty X 
X Ltd. X 
X X 
X X 
X 


Compart, rasy-lo-care lnr convention 
In Fairfield. The eight suites pro- 
iluce a revenue of 1700.00 per momh 
For »n owner-manager this Is an 
ideal Inveatment. A suite for your- 
•elf and $ 100.00 for your trouble 
The 7 per cent mortgages and 
all expenses are peld out of the bal¬ 
ance. Full price has been reduced 
to *49.060 - $10,000 to handle. Call 
Jim Anderson 
380-5561 ANYTIME 


EXCELLENT REVENUE 
INDUSTRY ZONED 


4 suites — Always full. PLUS 2 
storey warehuipe °r workshop 
Close to Gorge and Government. 
IJv.MO. Terms. 


TOWN AND COUNTRY 
LARGE LOT 
COMMERCIAL 


Oder house on 88x183 lot. Zoned H4 
General Commercial. $37,500. 


* units revenue property. Fully 
rented, good holding, R-3 Zoning 
Asking $33,000 Terms. 


CEC PEARCE or AL SOTHERAN. 
Brown Bros. Agencies, 385-8771 
anytime 


144 REVENUE PROPERTY 1144 REVENUE PROPERTY 


HOME WITH REVENUE 


Near Beacon Hill Park— 
not a conversion,. Built In 
1953 by the present owner 
for his own use; with a 
master suite plus 3 
smaller suites. It is In 
excellent condition. 
Master suite consists of 2 
BR, living room, fireplace 
with built-in book shelves. 
Family sized dining room, 
kitchen with eating anea. 
Its own basement, laundry 
room and a drive-in gar¬ 
age. The garden has 
flowers, rockeries and oak 
shade trees. $48,500. 
Please contact L. C. 
Knight, 385-3435. 


P. R. Brown A Sons Ltd. 


NEW APARTMENT BLOCK 
FAIRFIELD 


2D wlte* will be ready by Feb. lit.. 
'70. Choice location; will rent 
immediately. Substantial SFi* 
mortgage to reliable party. Fug 

B ice. $240.1*10. 

1-7721 HAROLD WARE 382-14H 


DUPLEX 
SIDE BY SIDE 
401-403 GOVERNMENT ST. 


FAIRFIELD 
HOME AND INCOME 


Desirable property In choice loca¬ 
tion. Accommodation for owner 
comprise* good aize living room, 
dining room, kitchen. 2 bedrooms 
lone twin alze) and bathroom, plus 
full basemen!. oil heal SEVEN 
other units of garden court style. 
we4l rented at moderate rents 
Very llttie maintenance Property 
Is In excellent condition Inside and 
out Attractive terms. 

PRICE $110,000 
Exclusive Agents 
A. Bernard A Co., Ltd. 

855 For! Street 384-**» 


REVENUE FAIRFIELD 
10 RENTAL UNITS 


, Clean, modernized rooms 
Very little maintenance—No 
vacancy. Gross income 
$6535 annually. 8*4 per cent 
mortgage. All units furn¬ 
ished. Only $47,000. 


Call KEN ROBINSON 
385-2471 

Johnston k Co. Ltd. 


5 rooms each side, basements and 
drlve-in garages, $15 ,odd rash will 
handle and the balance hi owner. 
Full price, $49.51*1. Call: 

385-7721 HAROLD WARE 3S2-1461 


GARDNER AGENCIES LTD 


PRIME LOCATION 
OAK BAY 

OVERLOOKING .WINDSOR 
PARK 


TWs property offer* modern store 
or office facIHUe* with 2 large 
converted apartments and 1 

bachetor Hie largest apartment la 
over MOO aq ft with 3 bedrome ant 
den DellghMul B replace In beam 
oethng hvteg room, separate dining 
mom. Upper suite t* approx KMn 
aq. ft with sun porch and deck 
overlooking park Potential revenue 
at $091 par month. Ideal location tor 
Doctors. Denttala. Lawyers, Wtoto 
grairiere, Accountants nr other 
professional Itnea with revenue and 
excellent living accommodation 
Priced at $70.0011 - Low down 
payment — Attractive terms to 
reepteitible buyer 

Ft*- hill details nontext Lloyd 
Murray. Brown Bros Agendas Ltd., 
3NW7T71 anytime 


FAIRFIELD 
3 SUITER 
$7,000 DOWN 
$7,000 DOWN 

Spotless triplex located on a quiet 
street near the sea featuring three 
1-bedroom aultea with aepafrtr 
metres and ertranrea. Stoves and 
Fridges Included Double garage, 
hill basement, tdu oil heat 
NEVER A VACANCY. FUt Price 
HL5U0 

DICK JAMES, 385-2481 

Swlnerton. Stewart Clark, Ltd. 


3 SUITES 
HIGH GORGE 


INVESTORS 

-GOOD REVENUE PLUS FREE 
RENT 

—NEVER DEPRECIATED 
—FULLY FURNISHED ROOMING 
HOUSE 

—A GOING CONCERN 
—ESQ7UMALT BORDER 
-COULD BE ABSENTEE OWNER 
—ASKING $00,900. GOOD 
FINANCING 

For further Information please call 

GWEN HARE 

382-8117 . or 477-6083 

Newstead Realty Ltd. 


145 


BUSINESS 

OPPORTUNITIES 


XXXXXXXXXXX 
X X 

X BOULTBEE X 
X SWEET X 
X Realty X 
X Ltd. X 
X X 
X X 
X 


EXCELLENT BUSINESS 
OPPORTUNITY IN 
COUNTRY SETTING 


*500 purchases a thriving hair 
dressing business In Cange*. Salt 
Spring Island, employing two oper¬ 
ators 

ES.000 Includes both builneas and 
property. Building la situated on a 
large attractively treed lot close to 
I he centre of town and popular ma¬ 
rina. R consists nf business pretn 
lies—30xl»— plus living accommoda¬ 
tions now rented as doctor's offices 
at Si 00 per month. For further 
Information please call; 

Jim Anderson or Eleanor Sanderson 
388-5501 ANYTIME 


ATTENTION, BUTCHERS! 


141 


BUSINESS 

OPPORTUNITIES 


"LISTED TODAY," 
"SOLD TOMORROW" 
"BETTER CALL NOW" 


MOTEL 


Probably the heti on Vancouver 
Island. On main Hlwsy 42 units 
plus 10 On aq. L cf living area far 
owner-manager. Spotless restaurant, 
heated swimming pool. If you have 
a responsible down payment — call 
me, right NOW 

NORM ROSS 386-1361 


CANADA PERMANENT 
TRUST COMPANY 


SERVICE STATION 
AND HOME, $37,SW 


Located on a huay traffic lane. 10 
mllei from Victoria. Present owner 
is retiring and offers tort excellent, 
clear title property with as little as 
410.000 down and balance by- 
agreement for sale at 9 per row. 
Cozy 2-bedroom, modern home 
Adjacent to the 2-bay, weti-equlp- 
ped, 2-pump garage. Full Informa¬ 
tion by Apcf- with BI8 Anderson 
Office 30B-4B73. Rea 479-8040 J. H 
Whlltome A Co Ltd ' 


Here is a real nutnger. toasted In s 
busy Vancouver Island town. The 
store la bright and alean — the 
equipment Is up to date, and there 
I* late of ft — freezers, counters, 
display coolers, grinders, blocks, 
etc., etc. The bulldtot is leased at 
non.ffl per month — The volume 
averages nearly $0,000.00 per month 
Cal JOE HADDOCK aoan, because 
the full price of $13,500 is available 
at easy terms. 


N'ANAMO REALTY (Duncanl Ltd. 
477 Trans Canaria Highway 
Dunnan. B.C. 

Office — 746-8177 
Residence - 346-3000 


BEAUTY SALON 


An excellent builneas showing good 
returns In a good location. Business 
Increase potential In the next 
months Is tremendous. Also 
Christmas bookings tor appoint 
ments are already coming tn very 
nicely. Included are nice living 

S uartera. Business, stock and all 
xtures Included to the full price of 
$0,906. To Inspect, please cal' 
GEORGE WALL. 306-2935 Mayfal 
Realty Ltd 


looking tor a home and Income 
too? Beat the coat at living with 
thla money maker, set up so you 
ran move right into the ground level 
two and a naif bedroom suite and 
start oott*rtng $Mfi per month hum 
the other two rented suites, with 
$5,000 down It can carry for $200 
per month! $185 Income, $260 
carrying, $15 per month you pay. 


OR VENDOR MAY CONSIDER 
YOUR HOUSE EQUITY IN TRADE 
OR YOUR MORTGAGE OR 
AGREEMENT. FRANK WHITFIELD 
3068375 EVES SSMBIO. 

Capital City Realty Owned and 
operated by John Motyard Agencies 
Ltd 


INDIAN AND ESKIMO 
HANDICRAFTS 


UP-ISLAND 

WATERFRONT 

PARK 


TRAILER 


ISO Houses ton SALI 


J. H. WHITTaME 
& CO. LTD. 


70* Fort St Estb'd 3898 

Day or Night $864271 


Victoria. Duncan. Chemalma 


OPEN HOUSE 
Saturday 1:30 to 4:30 
840 SNOWDROP AVE. 


Take time off from your Chritimas 
Shopping and aee this excellent buy. 
2 or 3 Bedrooms, Living Room with 
Fireplace, hardwood floors, large 
lot, garage. Priced right at #19.960 
with terma. 

EDITH GUTEMAR 
388-4271 Off. Res. 385-8842 


OPEN HOUSE 
153 MILBURN DRIVE 
Sat. 1:3<M:30 

First time offered Brand new 
quality built home with unobatruct 
ad aeavlew overlooking Royal 
Road!. Imaginatively designed to 
take b«te advantage nf the view. 
This graclouj home features, lux¬ 
urious wall-to-wall carpeting, living 
room with floor to celling alale 
fireplace, separate dining room, < 
oedroonw, 3 bathrooms, apace foi 
Rec room with another fireplace 
Sundeck as wet! as a balcony 
$17,900 Foe Prior viewing cad Ruth 
Lukaitla or Nettle Steduk. 3SH-4J71 
office, or Rea 477-MO* or 3B6-2814 


ROCKLAND 


12 roams plus cottage. 4 fireplaces 
private hex* lane. In* 77xl7S. has 
been used aa duplex and rooming 
bouse Spartan*. grariou* and se¬ 
cluded Artring $40,000. Please call 
Mrs. Mary Hollakl. News lead Really 
Ltd , 382-8117 or 0663716 


5-SUITE APARTMENT 


Excellent location an Fort St No 
vacancies, good financing Asking 
$47,000. Call 3088231, Sy4 Shumka. 
Island Pacific Realty. 


145 


BUSINESS 

OPPORTUNITIES 


11 SUITES — $118,000 


Two years old. electric heating, prl 
vale entrances. $40,000.00 mortgage 
al 814 per cent Concord Realtv 
Ltd , 514 Fori St., 388-5471. Brenl 
Ewing, 852-3843, or George Devlin, 
302-7760. 


CATHEDRAL AREA 
25 SUITES 

Land 130 by 130, 2nd lot 00 by 330, 
Vacant. 

ADD 10 SUITES 

Gina* Rentals Approx 429 06(1 

Prime Location. 

Owner will accept smaller block. 
Victoria or Nanaimo Pries only 
4195.600. 

No I on your muat-aee Hat. 

Mr Randan. J84-01M anytime. 


GEORGE RANDALL LTD. 
737 PANDORA 


SHELBOURNE AREA 
4 B.R.s 


Good hiding property — potential 
apt aile— tenanted 1 -yr. lease—rent 
4179 Living room Zlxl3. dining 
room, teak cabinets In modern 
kitchen, 1 BR down. 3 up. For 
information lo view call MAR¬ 
GUERITE SCK1LL. 477-60511 

BLOCK BROS. REALTY 
477-1841 


DUPLEX 

MILLION DOLLAR VIEW 


CENTRAL PARK ARlEiA 
IMMACULATE 
THREE SUITES PLUS 
OWNER QUARTERS 
We* maintained revenue property 
located In a quiet area, handx to 
all oom-enienres TOP CONDITION 
throughout; phi* excellent Income 
from 3 aelf-oonlalned ate*. Comfort 
suble ownen living quarter* mm- 
prised nf 2 hedrmt., living rm.. 
built-in bar. elec. cab. kitchen. Al) 
furniture Inrtudrri A REAL BUY 
al only $33,560 EXCLUSIVE LIST¬ 
ING with GRANT MaCTARLANE. 
ISLAND HOMES LTD, 306-7515 
anytime 


FAIRFIELD 
$7,600 PER SUITE 
25 SUITES 


HOTELS 


THRIVING INTERIOR HOTEL 
Excellent Area. Owner asking 
$M3.«H. PLease write or rail Mr 
Stretch at J H. Whlttome A Co 
Lid.. 708 Fort St . Victoria, Phone 
3008071 or Has 59Z-3B6B 


366 ft choice waterfront property, 
hook up for 12 trailer*, wartirocm". 
ahowera, recreation hall, 2 houae 
Here la a wril-extaiblitoed business trailers, modem two bedroom home, 
Widely recognised by Canadian and I asking *62,1)60. Terma. DON 
U.S. orient ree as a source of true, ROBBINS 5S2-7B41 nr MADGE 
native handicraft* Including rmnv HOLK 382-6360 or 306-1381 
carving* text Item frran the I Canada Permanent Trust Cam pan 


eastern and w es t ern Arctic regions 
Family reason necesrttete thla 
poverty iietng placed an the 
market Arttzng 416 566 with terma. 
For further detail* contact 


GEORGE HOWARD 

Sidney Office 66640M or Victoria 
office Ol hr*) 305-8TO1 Crown 
Realty, G. D Prater Hrfcknga Ltd , 
727 Johnson 81. 


DOWNTOWN 

DEVELOPMENT 

OPPORTUNITY 


Grom Ren la 1* *26,646. Net *17.900 
Immaculate condition wWh new 
fridge*, atovea. automatic waaher. 
copper plumbing. 14 acre of land 
located In the prime rental area - 
never a vacancy. Trnly an Investors 
dream Call Stu Purehea 477,■Bno <* 
177-5151 


LICENSED 
ISLAND HOTEL 
$ 110,000 

Clean, solid building. 2.7 
acres of land. Thriving 
business, country hotel on 
I main highway at the price 
of $ 110 , 000 , truly the most 
reasonable Hotel in B.C. 
Dial or write Mr. Stretch, 
office 388-4271 or Res. 592- 
3969, 706 Fort Street, Vic¬ 
toria. 


26,950 aq. ft. apartment armed land 
lesi than *2 00 aq ft.. rear 
lane—Could handle .16-40 auites 
Present Income $390 per mo. 

Asking price *52.500 Phone 
ELEANOR GIESE 
Rea 301-5672 Off 300-4271 

J. H. Whlltome A Co. Ud. 


VICTORIA MOTEL 


-■PRIME LOCATION 
—18 MONTHS OLD 
-SOUND-PROOF CONSTRUCTION 
-QUALITY FURNISHINGS 
-GROSS NEAR $70,000 
-fiPAIXOUS OWNER'S SUITE 
—FULL PRICE 4005.006 

JIM ALLAN 

Mayfair Realty Ud 


FOR A CAUTIOUS INVEST OK 
WITH #45,91*). You can own a sound 
attractive building ]uaf off Govern 
ment Street Within the citv'a 
diavntowr renewal development 
i area. Weti rented, wed maintained 
| Only #45.960 fer 3518 aq. n with 
terma Call V. LaAmde. 3048756 
BLOCK BROS REALTY 


HIGH VIEW LOT 

CORDOVA RAY AREA 
If quality conrtruotion 1* important 
to you, be aure to view tola atx 
month old beauty 3 Bdrmi 
i Master en aultel with wrtl-to-wai 
carpet throughout Full high hale- 
ment wltn large Rec Rm 
l plastered I and extra plumbing 
Large, partially roofed aundeck 
Approx. 96 X180' lot with level a I 
fine mature tree* Priced right at 
438.900. View with Bill Anderson. 380- 
4271 Off. or Res 4798640 


150 HOUSES FOR SALI 


J. H. WHITTOME 
& CO. LTD. 


706 Fort St. Katb'd 1396 

Day or Night 38M271 


Victoria. Duncan, Chemtlnua 


LOVELY RETIREMENT 
HOME IN FAIRFIELD 
CLOSE TO THE SEA 
$21,900 

Charming, low, rtunen bungalow 
offering living room with llreplace, 
«ep. dining room both with wall-to- 
wall carpeting. 2 good-air* bedroomi 
and a small room off the kitchen. 
Easy to keep garden, *ep garage 
and part tenement. Hot Water 
Heating- Immediate Occupancy. 
Price *21,900. To View, Pleate Call. 

EDITH GUTEMAR 
Off. 388-4271 Res. 385-8842 


ISO HOUSES FOR SALI 


C 
R 

CROWN 
W 
N 

REALTY 

, _. Peaker Holding! Ud. 

suite 301. 727 Johnaon SL. 385-8731 
and 2419 Beacon Av«- Sidney 
656-3924 


G. D. 


OPEN HOUSE 
1616 EARLE ST. 

SAT. 1-4:30 

View thl* modern 12 ye«T old heme 
featuring 3 betk-ooma. 26 ft. In-tlne 
dining-living room, large vanity, 4 
poe. bathroom.' Full dement bail¬ 
ment, large rec room plus hobby 
room or extra bedroom. Fug price 
only $26,900 


CUFF BENNETT. 592-2007 
P. BROOKES, 592-3242 


THREE OF 

BUNYAN'S BETTER BUYS 

1— TWO BEDROOMS FULL BASE 
MENT. DEN AND GARAGE 
LOVELY YARD. ON TRANS 
PORTATION. MODERN 
HEATING -6.7,508 

2— THREE LARGE BEDROOMS 
HIGH BASEMENT MODERN 
HEATING AND PLUMBING 
CARPET AND F P IN LIVING 
ROOM. FAIRFIELD AREA - 
$31,500. 

3— FOUR BEDROOMS TWO FULL 
BATHS SEPARATE DINING 
ROOM DEN. MO DF.RN 
KITCHEN MODERN HEATING. 
ATTACHED GARAGE LARGE 
UjT - $25,006 

JOHN BUNYAN 
Bus. 388-4271 Res. 477-4513 


WHITTOME'S BUY, SELL 
AND TRADE HOMES 


DRIVE BY 985 ABBEY ROAD 
And you wig appreciate the 
pxcell ent location of than fine 3 
B< 1 rm., full baaemert home, pro 
aently under con*ruction. Open In 
all reasonable oCTera and trade* 
with posaearion approx. 66 day* or 
lean For further information phone 
asMon office. 

BIT) Anderaon, Rea. 4768040 
Bruce Colegrave. Rea. 302-9902 


$2900 DOWN 
BALANCE $139 
PER MONTH 
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 


RESTAURANT 


STUART DEVELOPMENTS LTD. 


NEW SXS DUPLEX 

COLWOOD 

TAX SHELTER!!! 


CITY HOTEL 

F-xcelleht location. Large Lounge. 
Banquet and Dining Room business 
FuU Price only «Z4S.U66 Please 
contact Mr. Stretch Office, t»0gzn 
or Re*. 992.1903 


| COMMERCIAL 
I BUILDING SITES 


Thi* 3-t>edroom eoxh *ide Duplex Fine building site. Location 
with roughed In tulle In the 


basement has a potential grras 
Income of $566 per month and 
ahnuiil be an Ideal Investment tor 
anyone wishing to take advantage 
of " tax rttokar for 196B. FuU price 
*42.900 

K, Robinson 3858411 T. Brock 
Ker A Stephenson Ud. 

000 Broughton St 


REST HOME 
LICENSED FOR 10 


a most deairabie duplex to live in Want a little money-maker, 
and have good reveiue. Each with j D i u , a fh, pe-hedmnm 
2 bedroomi. living room with if' lus a lruee oeoroom SUIle 


fireplace One suite furnished, 
water heat. Good lot wllh fruit 
trees, patio. Price *3B.i>*l 

C. Warren - 305,34* 

P R. Brown and Sons Utl 


REVENUE AND 
HOME $39,850 


Kpaeioua living accommodation for 
the (amity and two modern suites 
In a convenient rental area Vrty 
little maintenance connected to this 
'property and already Apt zoned 
•For more Information roll MArtJ 
NAPPER 592-9554, Block Bro. 
Realty. 177-1M1 


for your own, then call Ben 
Parent or Mary James for 
full particulars, 382-5219 or 
592-9540. Newstead Realty, 
382-8117. 


30 SUITE APARTMENT 
EACH SUITE SPACIOUS. MOD¬ 
ERN. SPOTLESS A-l AREA, 
HISTORY OF NIL VACANCY 
KXTEREMELY GOOD BUY AT 
*310.000. MORTGAGE $188,000, IX 
PER CENT YOU CAN'T AFFORD 
TD MISS THIS. CONCORD REALTY 
LTD G. DEVUN-302-2706 OR B 
EWING—6B2-1843 


JAMES BAY 
APARTMENT ZONED 
4 SUITES 

One nf the nicest conversion unit* 

In this area And at the extreme:v 
reaUatic asking price of only 
A lirend new IlKlinu w'lh 
Hioak BroH. So rail quickly for 
fu-l -r nf >rmalim Irene DaJzle^ 

*^‘ U aX. Realty ^ 


is one of the few left in 
the municipality of Oak 
Bay. Four fine lots sell¬ 
ing at $110,000 in all, or 
two separate parcels at 
J55.000 each. Please dial Mr. 
Stretch, office, 38M271 or 
Res. 5^-3969. 

J. H. Whittome & Co Ltd. 

706 Fort St., Victoria, B.C. 


20-UNIT MOTEL 

(WITH rLBIWLM OWMEKS'STE. > 

TRANS-CANADA HWY, 


UP AND DOWN DUPLEX 


Not lar from Jubilee and Veterans' 
Hospital Till* la an older comer 
alon with large rooms, a fireplace 
both up ano down, fridge and 
atovea included Call MARJ NAP- 
i’F.K 592-9554. Block Bros Realtv 
4*77-1841 


We b*rv» been entrusted with the 
sate of «Ms outstanding motel, 
considered by many to have Ihe 
best income potential of any motel 
for safe on ffie Irtand right now 
I—This choice location has an 
exceptionally heavy traffic count 

3 -Good Income which Is Increesing 

every month especially from 
commercial traveller*. 

3—The financial rtatcnwnta are 
audited by a large firm i>f 
chartered acmunfanls 

4 TTie owners will finance the 
balance fhcmscJves. 


Smart — New Central Location — 
excellent clientele-very attractive 
lumlahinga and deoor Moving to 
an apartroeni’ Why net use the 
equity In your present home and 
I/W71 your own tajainesa. For further 
information call MARC DEBITE 
SCH1LL 477-5660. 

BLOCK BROS. REALTY 


HARiDWAJBE BUSINESS 
Hardware and housewares Has 
been operated by one lady for 
many veer*, tn ared without local 
competilJoa. Turnover *35,000 Ask¬ 
ing *10,906 for equipment. Slock of 
$13,000 exttia. Phone J. Ettema at 
•W-7115. 

Ettema Realty Ud.. 1802 Cook St. 


477-1841 


NANAIMO 


16 Suites — 2 bedroomi eg. Only 4 
years built. On 1 acre of land 
allowtog for further units $106,066 
full price. *40.000 down, balance to 
vendor at 10 per cent int. FULL 
DETAILS FROM EXCL. AGENT. 


ALLAN KLENMAN 
592-1121 

JB Royal Oak Properties, 479-1067 


BURNSIDE HARRIET 
ACREAGE 


Over 76.000 sq ft of part 

commensal land and buildings 

between Harriet and Irma Street 
Possible use as Town House 

Development Motel, Shopping 
Centre, Retail Warehouse, etc. Ken 
Waller*. BC Land. 309A6S5 any 

lime 


m JSINESS BUYS 

Waterfront lodge wllh 75 seal 
dining room Coffee shop Seven 
guesl rooms Lounges and licence. 
Foreahore lease wllh pier. Marina 
rxgenliai. Close to Victoria 
Ladies specially store — Downtown 
Doing irv-r easing volume. Very 
good location See this one soon 
Cail 3048136. Mr Frank Butler. 479 
7377 

Pemhcrton. Holmet Ltd. 


KOA FRANCHISE 


7 PER CENT - 7 PER CENT 
x\i'Ssi tor investment ONLY 
Tenant on tang term agreement 
Long eslaWirtied. efficients oper 
ated service station In excellent 
Elation. 11500 down, balance of 7 
PER CENT mortgage at $466 per 
month, pays off In lee* toon 0 
year*. You pay WELL UNDER $2no 
per month for 96 months snd 
receive WELL OVER $266 per 
moteh from then on Details easily 
explained. Reply Victoria Press. 


Box 5m 


aide aa port payment 
0 -Building and equipment 


old, and 


lewx 


than two years 
spotlessly dean. 

7 (There la auiQrient land to build 
another twenty until later If you 
wish. 

0—Disr-ui 
either 


tola Investment with 


24 SUITES 


•Mr John Shaver 'orI 
Mr Leo pigert 
<DlaJ Sfi-bTSt anytime' 

Darter and Wallace RraMv Ud . 826 
Broughton St.. VltSnri* BjC (Out 
of town enquiries given iirompt 
atlenti mi 


6 SUITES 


13 One Br and 11 two Br. suites 1 
prime rental aee*. no vacancies 
(-uod ocean view from all rear stes 
>’ lr *d and excellent finarming 
•151 .(«*). 7'i per'cent mortgaging 
* avner will cam large bal to 


COUNTRY 
GENERAL STORE 


A moneymaker l Largeat Interna 
tlona! system of kampfirounris. 2 !M 
In operation, Jtfi more planned 
Proven system to success in the 
phenomenal growth of outdoor rrc 
realion. Excellent return for absen¬ 
tee Investors. Kampgrounds of 
America. Box 3130, Billings. ML 
59103 


146 BUSINESS 

OPPORTUNITIES WANTED 


MOTELS AND HOTELS 
BUSINESSES WANTED 


If you are considering selling your 
business, inquire about the advan¬ 
tages of rearing your listing In 
experienced hands. We have buy¬ 
ers for grocery stores, apartments, 
motels and farms In all price ranges. 
Kor professional service at no extra 
cost write or pbon* B L. Knelson 
or Frank J Ney, c / o Nanaimo 
Realty Co. Ltd.. 17 Church Street. 
Nanaimo. H.C. 754-2311. 


BUSINESSES WANTED 


Four-room stucco bungalcfw. 
Matching 2-car garage. To 
see it and make your offer 
dial Cliff Stretch, Off 388- 
4271 or Res. 592-3969. 


BEAUTIFUL SIDNEY 


Have buyers for motels, hotel*, 
apartments Will give exclusive 
confidential service to all rcplle*. 
Have cash buyers for good acreage 
Please call B. L. Knelsun or F. J. 
Ney. 754-2311 days, 759-5566 eves. 
NANAIMO REALTY CO. LTD. 
Division of GREAT NATIONAL 
LAND AND INVESTMENT 
CORP LTD 


30 COLUMN COLONIAL 
4 BEDROOMS 
REDUCED TO $32,500 
TRY ANY OFFER 
Ifllffl RE ST HAVEN DRIVE 
this Is a distinct, unique house 
Drive hy and see tills outstanding 
oidec famllv home. Many lovely 
rttandeiiers and tarlca-brac go with 
the home 15'x24' living room has 
stone flre*4ac* with therm wane 
enclosure, [4us antique chandeliers 
and waJI lam** Dining room Is off 
large tl'jdit' kitchen. Four bed 
rooms up with targe hafhroom that 
could be made I tea two, Treating an 
en suite master bedroom Oh j 
Those beautiful coech lamos and 
Grecian urns go srilh property. Try 
only $6,000 down aubjsct to proour 
Ing a ness first mortgage Trades 
aiwi accepted Call Wtila al 
Whittome's. Aslang *32,500 with tow 
down payment. 3H0-S371 Off. or Rea 
477-6023 


RITHHT AGENCIES 
LIMITED 

TL4 PORT ST.. 302-4251 


TO SELL YOUR BUSINESS OR 
BUSINESS PREMISES LIST 
WHERE THE AOIOON LS 
WAtffTED NOW 

A PROFITABLE EDE3CTTRON'ICS 
BUSINESS. AND A NOVELTY 
AND G»T SHtg’ 

(tKS.ifltfl TED WILLS 302-4251 


DIMM ERCI AL BUILDING 
430.600 cesnent block building, 
OOM healing, washroom, garage 
entrance. Lot $0'xl26' dose to Inner 
Harbour. Top condition. Phone 
C H HOLLAND REAL ESTATE 
621) V1E3W. 365-0824 or 5924HI9 


149 LISTINGS WANTED 


PHONE 479-1667 NOW 
AND YOUR HOME WILL 
BE SOLD IN A FEW DAYS! 


If you have been thinking of selling 
Jour Imme . but hate to start 
CITY CORE COMMERCIAL showing It DICKEpiNG OVER 


nronprtv nf 90x120 al only FRICK. ANSWERING QUESTIONS, 
property oi •mxu .u ai ou*y looking over legal papers. 

$11.50 per sq. ft. With a PHONE 479-16S7 and let us do aU 

50x120 solid brick building 


adaptable tor any com¬ 
merce. Call Ben Parent of 
Newstead Realty Ltd., 382- 
8117 or 382-5219. 


REST AHJRANT 


Interested persons see tills first 
Situated on a laisy thoroughfare 
Man and wife u|>eratlon, excellent 
for partner* wishing In Increase 
volume Well equipped Only *18,900 


that work! THAT'S OUR BUSINESS 
that'* what we do In return 
for Ihe privilege of representing 
you. JUST PHONE US . we ll 
sell the house for you. Cail now 
and let ua get rtarted at once 

JOHN BISHOP 
J. T. (JIM) MILLS 
J.B. ROYAL OAK 
PROPERTIES LTD. 


LISTINGS WANTED IN 
Langford, Colwood, Metrtenlo 
area. 


IMMACULATE — PARKUKE 
GROUNDS 

BELOW REPLACEMENT 
S OR 4 BRS WEEK'S OCCUPANCY 
RiEIXJGBD TO *91,500 
TRY *5.000 DOWN 
What an exdtirg houae to aeH: 

With ail these featu-es: 

Beautiful treed selling 
—1.305 sq S. — Taxea $950 
—4L4.U00 at 7* per rent mortgage 
al $100 p.m 
—Sunken L it - 11x20. with rained 
hearth fireplace. 

—Secluded patio with bariieque. 

- vSeiiarate ruatom laillt heated 
rrfnre building of M'x34' toat can 
be Iixarth bedroom. 

—Long low rancher, with most 
expenaive vinyl wallpapering. W 
W carpeting In living and dining 
room pius fialL triephone Jacka In 
moat rooms, rabiesdelon. beamed 
celling In L.R., floor-to-criUng 
brick flraplace 

This home has been awraiaed at 
*36.000 for re-finanring Our vendor 
must sell at reduced price of 
*a.S00 There I* ao much to "rtiow 
and tell." please rati me. Win* nf 
Whittome* at 300-4371 office, or 
Rea 477-6K13 


B.C. LAND 

& INSURANCE AGENCY 
LTD. 

922 Government St. 308-5555 

"Serving B-C. Since 1863" 


Usual 

agenu. 


court eay given to 


OPEN HOUSE—42* HEATHER ST 


Lge older 4-5 hr. home near 
parliament buildings for sale 
rent. Open house on Saturday 2:00 

S .m.~4:00 p.m. Drop in or ca$ 
amea Stewart. SB-8731. Re* 384 
4237. 


ISO HOUSES FOR SALI > 


C 

R 

CROWN 

W 

N 

REALTY 

G. D. Peaker Bolding* Ltd. 

Suite 201. 727 Johnaon St. MB-8TSI 
and 24U Beacon Ave., Sidney 
*6-3024 


HOME—INCOME 

Free rent for the buyer with 
Income to pay off balance. Three-1 
bedroom auKei, excellent location, 
oft itreet parking. Stove*, fridges 
included tor onfy $28,500. Drive by 
28S3 Cedar Hill Hd and caJI D 
Beckner anytime tor* an appefnf- 
ment lo view 3H5-87U, 384-5810. 


CUSTOM FINISHED 
at 

SPEC. PRICE $27,500 


Drive by my lota oo Benhomer In 
Culwuud and see my adjUning 
home* We can buMd a 12B0 aa. ft. 
Cuitomed Finiahert Home oo ihesa 
lot* tor about *27.vm and kar to# 
equity in your preset* home at 
down pannent. or low dmm 
paymeni to quaUfiad buyer. Poaaee- 
alon by Beater 1910! 


OPEN HOUSE 
936 TATTERSAL 
SAT. 1 TO 4:30 
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 


Move Into toil Immaculate 3- 
bedrtxjm home before Chrtatmaa 
Full high cement basement tar 
further development. D r i V • -I n 
garage. Monthly payment* $154 
P.I.T. Small down payment will 
nandle. 


CUFF BENNETT, 592-2007 
P. BROOKES, 592-3232 


HIGH QUADRA 
Delightful J-b e d r o o m atucco 
bungalow on doutte lot. Beauti¬ 
fully treed. lSxJS living roosn with 
fireplace, 16x1054 separate dining 
room, both with oak Boor* 
Cabinet etoctrir kitchen 2 large 
bedroom*. FUU high basement 
wllh 3rd heated bedroom, with 
wail to wail carpet. Auto oil 
healing Drive-in garage. Clear 
TiUe. Asking *26.9011 
C^i D . f 


OPEN HOUSE 
SAT. 2-4 
QUIET STREET — HIGH 
GLANFORD. 589 P E T O 
PLACE. BRIGHT AND IM- 
MACULATE TWO- 
BEDROOM STU OCX) 


BILL TYSON 

.385-8731 477-334T 


ESQUEMALT 
SAXE POINT 

SITUATED IN THE VERY POPU¬ 
LAR SAXE POfNT AREA THIS 
SIDE BY SIDE DUPLEX OFFERS 
2 BEDROOMS. LIVING BOOM 
WITH FIREPLACE, CAB 
ELECTRIC KITCHEN AND FULL 
BASEMENT EACH SIDE. ASKING 
$36,500. CALL 8RU0E McIUROY til 


To view 


dicker 


478-4501 


BUNGALOW CLOSE TO 
SCHOOLS AND BUS. FTJLL 
PRICE $22,500. PRESENT 
MORTGAGE AT 6«4 PER 
CENT. CALL CLIFF GAY, 
385-8731 or RES. 386-7805. 


CORDOVA BAY 
An exceptional retirement 
or starter home—no tteps. 
Close to beach, bus, and 
store. Tastefully renovated, 
completely modern with 
charm and character- 
warm and cosy—glass doors 
from living room lead to 
lovely garden amongst huge 


cedar, fir and holly. Try 
your offer on this charmer 
at $16,800. 

BILL PALFREY 
385-8731 or EV6-2008 


OPEN HOUSE 
INVESTMENT 
OPPORTUNITY 


DAK BAY 


OAK BAY— 

TWO-BEDROOM HOME 
PLUS DEN OR 
THIRD BEDROOM 

Living room with flreptare. *mall 
separate rtlrgng room, very nice 
kitchen with eating area Through 
hall plan. Two good *taed bed 
rooms. Attractive den with wall 
to wall carpeting Separate 
laundry Ttoa la a no basement 
home in terrific condition, com¬ 
pletely redecorated throughout, 
floors re-flnirtsed ate. Lovely 
fenced garden with trait trees, 
separate garage Very rood Oak 
Bay location convenient to ail 
school*, transportation, shopping 
park, 'ate. 

ASKING PRICE $22.5611.66 

For appoitament* to view please 


in thi* location we hava a charming 
stucco bungalow on a comer Id. 
one block from tha *ea_ Lovely 
Uvtngroom, flrepiaoe, dining room. 
_ , __ , , , ' hardwood Soar*, 4 pee hath and full 

One Acre (Three 70x210 lots) amt, tmsianent Automatic hot air hnt- 
Immaculate 2-3 bedroom home at;ing. drive-in garage. Delightful 
3006 ABCOT DRIVE home for retirement, beautifully 

SAT. 1:30 - 4:30 P.M. I landscaped. ReaUattcaDy priced fur 

See my display ad Frl. Time* and this area. *26900 Bury. Cati 


Sal. Colors at 


185-0131 BILL TYSON 477-4457 


all: 


Leighton Lovitt 388-5555 
B C. Land A Investment Ud. 


CITY 

Completely renovated 2 or 
bedroom family home. All copper 
piping, new wiring, electric hot 
Wats' tank and automatic oil hot 
air furnace. FuU basement 
Vacant, Immediate poaaeaainn 
Low down paymeni Asking $15,700. 
Cali Ken Walters Re* 385-7820 or 
Dirk Okker Rea 478-4501 


OAK BAY 

THREE-BEDROOM HOME 
PLUS LARGE 
RUMPUS ROOM 
This modern residence enjoys • 


$16,900 


Two Storey Charmer 3 Bd Rm* 
and ,VPr. Bath Up — l,v Rm 
Dining Rm - kit and 1-Pc, Bath 
Down —Full High Cement Base¬ 
ment — OOM Heat New Wiring 
— New Capper Throughout 


qALL: 

GARY MENZEL 
Off. 388-4271 Res. 384-7650 


Completely new Inside, cabinet*, I asking ’price of**2»‘Iwi 
»-w carpels, furnace, etc. Priced |3M6J2QI j rftVLli 


*t $48,500 Try your down payment 
Vendor will cany balance. 

479d0M RICK KINNIS 306-7721 
GARDNER AGENCIES LTD 
099 FORT STREET 


NOTICE TO DEVELOPERS 
AND SPECULATORS 


For ule: 5 home* on S separate and 
adjatnlng lota totalling approx 55.000 
•6. fl. Far detail* call IRA FREED 
. MAN of Mayfair Realtj. 386-2855 or 
5*2-0511 


BLOCK BROS REALTY* 


DE LUXE S-8 DUPLEX 
DEC 31st COMPLETION 


4 minute* to City Hal). Short walk 
to all schooli shopping and tram- 
U0 ° ">■ " 2 Bedroom*. 

U i. b *? 0 " !n '' b “ lo o'**«- carport on 
»•(* aide, ptua many more fealire* 
.\fktng 44ft. A'i Good term., U 
DevUn 382-278) 

CONCORD REALTY LTD 
388-5471 


REVENUE 

INCOME *5,040 YEAR 
F.vcellent well • kept revenue proper¬ 
ly. Elghl light housekeeping 
unit*, fully furni*hed. Choice Fair 
field location, close to town. Down 
payment * 10 , 000 . balance monthly to 
vendor. Price 129,900 
C. H. HOLLAND REAL ESTATE 
630 VIEW. 385-0824 nr 583-0619 


VERY CLOSE IN 

One of Victoria* older homes 
containing over 40 rooms asierlng 
much aought after low rental 
accommodation t* offered now for 
“If “ _£L4erly owner wl»hei to 
retire EXCELLENT LOCATION, 
generoul . term* available to re 
aporulble buyer Full details etc. 
"'I FRANK BUTLEFfr 384-8126 
PEMBERTON. HOLMES LTD 


DOWNTOWN 


well rented. 
7 par cant 


Block Of two atoret, 
very tow overhead 
mortgage available 

PRICE $46.50) 

A. Bernard A Co. Ud 
«S Fori Street 3R» 93* 


STORE WITH 2-BR. SUITE 

Excellent location Very Ideal for 
HAIRDRESSERS: although wouta 
suit varied other uses: twu-bcdronm 
suite upstair* with own entrance 
Hat own PARKING AREA. Gener 
• iui terms of only $5,060 down. Full 

C rlce 132.060 Ph H. Biltemian. 

er A Stephenson Ltd.. $00 Brough 
ton St.. $82-3411 


NEW 20 SUITE 
APT, BLOCK 
Prime location due* in. Ready 
ran* end of Dae. $255,60(1. 


Jo* Rickard, Brown Bros. 
Agencies, 385-0771 anytime 


Atex'i general store with approx 
5660 aq ft. of aaiee floor, thus IV4 
acres of level land They are 
presently setting groceries, hard 
ware, nhoea and housewares Could 
be excel lent spot for building 
supplies or other related business 
Attached modern living quarters 
Two bedroom*, large catenet tell - 
<* en. separate living mow The 
man al the famtiy U deceased, the 
widow aays aeti 

The Brrt time thla property la on 
marttet, at tha exreptinnal 


toe 

price of 

$60,000 

plus stock ao hand at invoice. Anv 
reason a hie terms are available Be 
sure to aee thla If Interested tn 
owning your men business 
talented on Jncklln Rd. In Ihe 
growing area of Mete hoi in A Glen 
tatke. 

Doug Bowen. 3044110$ anytime 


DONNA PRETULA 
388-4401, 384-2057 

Shirley Phllpa' Hnmeflnriers Ltd. 


REX HUGHES AGENCIES LTD. 
478-1729 


ATTENTION 


How would you Ilk# lo own lha 'inly 
restaurant aervlng a new town In 
a growing and rapidly developing 
area? Earn In excel* of $50,find 
truss now, with the opportunity hy 
your own Initiative to further In 
crease your return. Contact Coast 
land Realty, Box 490. Gold River. 
BC. 


150 HOUSES fOR SALE 


RITHET AGENCIES 
LIMITED 


hetter than average appearar 
and I* beataifutly situated on 
nicely treed lot. Quiet atreet close 

to transportation, tchoola, shop¬ 
ping. eic Oll-o-matlr heating, 
large Living room, guest sized 
dining room ivvah to wall r»n>et 
Modem electric cabinet kitchen 
with eating area. 

Very attractive and easily main 
tained garden. A pleasure to show 
this residence. A B.C. I-and 
Excitative. Asking Price $31,266 
Kor appointment to view, please 
rail: 

Leighton Lovitt. 388-5S86 <24 hri.) 


OPEN HOUSE 
Sat. 1:30 to 4 P.M. 

1936 KINGS ROAD 

Transferred owner offers 8-yr-old 
family home 3 or 5 bedroom* 
excellent stuooo bungalow on quiet 
atreet near school* 6 per cent 
mortgage good term* Must he anld. 
Try your otter. Asking $26,700. Cal) 
477-3067 

ART PEAKER, 385-8731 


OPEN HOUSEES 


OPEN HOUSE 
Friday Sat. 1:3<M:00 
2038 CASA MARCIA 

loff Pomona from Femdaie) 

$34,950 

Immediate Possession 
Attractive near new family home. 
4 betteooena plus room fer fifth, 3 
bathroom*, rec- room, double 
carport ebc 

Ron MacDonald 


085-8731 


CITY. *25.006 CASH 
1 Bedrm. house on X acre lot, frail 
trees, good boiding property for 
future development To view call S. 
SAGE. 385-8731. 


ONE OF BRO ADM EADS 
FINEST 

5 bedroom, 2In bathrooms, 
exect. type family home. 
TOs home is a must to see 
for the family looking for a 
home in this price range 
Full price $54,900 
To view anytime 


THREE 

BRAND 

NEW 

OPEN HOUSES 
SATURDAY 1-4 P.M. 

SAN CAPRI TERRACE 
PRIME GORDON HEAD 
(Out Tyndall, right at San 
Pedro, and right at San 
Capri). 

1 MODERN TUDOR 
1 CONTEMPORARY 
1 COLONIAL 
$31,500 — TERMS 


Exciting new Rucker home*, near¬ 
ing ocmpMton (they are idling 
liefoce we can complete than!'. 
Three beckooma. 4 pc. vanity 
bathroom piua deluxe 2 pc. bath¬ 
room off mailer bedroom. Living 
room with nice flrepiaoe, dining 
room, bright cabinet kitchen. Full 

high oeroent basement, tor addi¬ 
tional room. Valuable extra* 
ROBERT YOUNG wti.1 ha in 
attendance. 381-4124 anytime. For 

additional Information call itobn-t 
Young or B1 Nesbitt. 


OTHER NEW 
HUCKER HOMES 


1. DEAN PARK 
NORTH SAANICH 


GLEN LAKE 
EXCLUSIVE $22,000 
6 yr. old cathedral entrance 
family home. 3 B.R up t,.!7. with 
FP D.R. and thru hall W.W. 
carpeted, modern bate and dec 
kil with E A 2 parity finished 
Iwdrootns on lower level, good 
*i 2 ed finished rec. room and 
laundry tacihUe*. work are*, 
heavy wiring and many extra 
Plug* Lot ISxJLTu. Good financing 
can be arranged To view, call 

D. L. MACDONELL 
384-4962 — 388-5555 


CLOSE IN SPACIOUS 

5 BEDROOMS. 2 BATHROOMS, 
LIVING ROOM, DINING ROOM. 
MODERN KITCHEN, FULL BASE¬ 
MENT. OI L KF.AT, COPPER 
PLUMBING, NEW WIRING. 
COULD BE DUPLEXED GOOD 
TERMS, *19,BOO R McILROY 385- 
873J 


714 Fort St. 


382-4251 


MUFFLER SHOP 
BUSINESS 


GEORGE RANDALL LTD. 
737 Pandora 


SXS DUPLEX 


•LiS" ®“- c «* r Hill, 3-bdrm. 1* 
bath# and rec room and 2-txtem 
'“aemert ready for develoiang 
Asking *45,060 With large *Uper 
cent mortgage 


H. MAXFIELD 

386-SB I or 384-1512 

BLOCK BROS REALTY 


COMMERCIAL OR POSSIBLE 
REVENUE PROPERTY 
Recent Timken Oil Furnace 
ion AMP Wiring 
Plumbing Partially Renewed 
3 naan, and bath up. 2 bedroom 
aulte on main floor, close to 
downtown. 

*18.506 wllh terma 

Drive by 1400 Quadra Pie.a* do 
nul dlaturb tenant*. 

Call F N. Cabrldu Ltd. 383-7174 


CHANCE OF A LIFETIME 
TH RJSANIH OF DOLLARS 
BELOW REPLACEMENT 
RESTAURANT. HOUSE. SUITE 
PLUS 3 COMMERCIAL ACRES' > 
*47.SOD EASY FINANCING 
BUY A Bats AND JOB'!! 

You won'I believe it! Ttwre acre* 
it txxranerctaf tend on Uie high 
way. ptua river frontage has to tax 
worth no.oon it la on Tram. 
Canada Highway Jn Mill Bay area. 
Thla haa been a weti known ealiiw 
•HOI for yean. Due lo IHnera. 
operator! had to leave. Dining 
room aeat* up to 40 piu> 16 -atort 
roffee counter which noted be 
doubled In aize We need hard 
working people 


Hydraulic pipe bender, muffler tall 
pipe and acceaaory Inventory, gaa 
welder, electric welder. 2 elertrlr 
cable hoist* and more. Excellent 
profit. Don't wait too long on this! 
Selling price reduced in just $8,000 
Victoria Press Rnx 498. 


NEAR CENTRAL HIGH 

A “storey home with large Store 
adjoining in front, notable for 
moat retail outlets. Haa operated for 
many yean aa grocery, confectionery 
and coffee ffiop Illness dictates an 
urgent sale. For full particulars 
please contact Exclusive Agent tor 
FRANK BUTLER. 384-8124. 
PEMBERTON. HOLMES LTD 


McKenzie douglas 
ACREAGE 
514 choice acre* plus 2-badroom 


good hrene cooking to get Ihe trade home rented #123 per month To be 
bat*. The 5-bedroan ted houae ran 1 sewered and subdivided Into ap- 


6 SUITES 
Furnlihad Clear to town, hui 
arhooi and atom. Suite* all rented 
Full base. OOM heat. Clean Inside 
and out A bargain at 423.190 
16.000 down. Often considered. 
Stan Hyland. 382-2137: Rea 38MS20 
Western Bomea Ud. 


HIDE BY ODE DUPLEX 


Trade the equity In voter home 
1 peld for or non on *l« modern 
clean duplex. JuMIee area _ Otel 
either itiltitt or Shaver. SKLffiM, 
Clartte an! Wallaea Reatiy 


GOOD REVENUE PROPERTY 

ha aala 304 am. 


FORT ST. 

8 SUITE APT. 

$76,000 

Stucco exterior — easy to main 
Ia4n. Lovely 1-bedroom, aulte for 
owner Lot 1 1 225 ft deepl Record 
of NO VACANCY 
MARIAN PRICE, 388-4401 
Shirley Philpa' Homefladera Ltd. 


be rented tor 4125 , r use II 
yourself Another suite. nearly 

T rent ,ir ** There 

11 $20,000 at financing at 7 and 8V 
per cent Vendors will accept trade 
w ' Mtr du P iex *» Pwlr 
, equity. Thu won t Mat 
(Chattels to be purdtued anar- 
ately}. Can Wills at WhHfaanea. Ml 
4271 or rea. 477-ffiB3 J. H. 
Whittome A Co Ltd 


231 HELMCKKN RD. UP AND 
down. $15,900. Please do not 
dlaturb lenenti To view cail 
SHIRLEY WILDE. REX 
HUGHES AGENCIES, 478-1729 
or re*. 418-2450 . 


DU 


MOOBRN UP AMD DOWN 
plex. 3 hedro.mu up , 2 
down Revenue $206 per month 
$07,566. 478 tail, aflei 0 p.m. 


DOWNTOWN COFFEE 
SHOP 


Thriving huelnera *4U 
furore potential. Calartag 

JP* 0 "* C4wi 8 to 5:40 
dally Seating (aparity 40. 

CUFF RENNET! QR PAULINE 
BROOUX 
3n-26m Hl-XK 

Crown Realty. U D. Peaker Htedinga 
Ud.. 727 Jafaiaon Street 


CONCESSION RESTAURANT 
Going concern am short hours, i-day 
week, growing over 13206 per 
month. Illness forces sale. Aaklng 
116 060 with rent term*. Phone 304 
2SH re 3026741. 


CiORDON HEAD 
SEA VIEW 

Thl* beautiful three-hedroom ranch¬ 
er muti be aeen to be appreciated. 
Ideal for the young executive or 
pruteaatonal. The large living room 
and dining room area are ideal for 
entertainment and the rec. room I* 
a toy to behold. Triple ntumUng 
and room for two more breh-oomi In 
the haaemer# are further extra 
laaturea. The aaklng price la $$6,000. 
Fur further Information calls 
382-4251 DAVE TAYLOR 304-2718 
302-4251 TED WILKINSON 852-2739 


IMMACULATE. OAK BAY 
BELOW REPLACEMENT - $32,506 
S% MTGE. - UPLANDS SCHOOL 
3 BDRSf PLUS IN-LAW SUITE 
Ttila home 1* better than new. It la 
*potlet*. The owner ha* ipent 
many Ihoutand* nn Improvemrnt* 
exacting to remain here and now 
he I* promoted. There 1* rich wall- 
to-wall in hallways, living and 
dining room, in line 'Nie fireplace 
Is Arizona atone from floor In 
celling. The kitchen haa 26 ft. of 
cupboards, with lifetime flooring 
and large fating area looking over 
parklika ground# to tha school. The 
aster hsdroom la 13'x33'. In the 
basement, a lovrty In-law suite te 
over 560 iq. fl. with ftgl bath room 
la nearing completion. In addition 
there la a large sue Mop area for 
the conrtnictivs husband. A chive 
garage eo*»ld he converted to a 
family room (Leave your car 
outald# these dayal'i The monthlv 
payment la $122 PIT wtth carii tn 
mortgage, or you ran try $7.5(*i 
down and raflnann*. You can't And 
better buy' Cag WUta m 
Whlttomea, 300-4271 GO. re Rea 477 


4 BEDROOMS 
NEW—ATTRACTIVE 
SPANISH STYLE 

Situated about 6 miles 
lovely 


GIVE HER THIS 
HOME FOR XMAS 

nda one !■ a lady pleaaer, aa aaay 
to care for plan of 2 bedroomi and 
apace far a third In a full high 
tmaement It baa a moat attractive 
and 1 pa clous living room to set cfl 
her furniture, a comfortable modern 
family kitchen to tighten Iter 
housekeeping for ever. Only 44.000 
down and batanre like reni. Full 
price $21,900. For Immediate slurr¬ 
ing call Fred Campbell 182-4251 - 
Rea. 562-7403 


prox. 25 iota. Asking 185.006. 1*1 
mortgage $20,000, 7 per cent $125 
month. G. Devlin—Concord Realty 
Ltd —388-5473 or 302-2781. 


$7,500 

We otter you one at the moat 
exciting and profitable franchise 
business ever to oome along. II you 
see Innklng tar a better ate with 
financial security, ymi owe It to 
yourself to cal ua now, collect, 
Vancouver, 874-2178. re' «HU 
vwa. Mr. P. G. Taytor, 2517 Main 
M. Van. 


FUU, ttBRVKX CAR WASH 
Budg-o-raatic ia tbs original 
aotnptiri ear wash. Wartv wax, 
vacuum and towel diapenaer Small 
Investment big raturna. No 
propertv necessary Absentee man 
iment. Sup pieman! your 


agement 


BUSINESS—LIVING QUARTERS 
0 . 066 . aea view property and 
grocery, gteng concern, ucdltii 
prragieria for man and w4ta re aeen I 
retired Terma. 

J. R. PIPKR 384-6616 anytlma. 

Broadview Pro perl tea Ud. 


TREE TOP AREA 
4-BEDROOM EXECUTIVE 

Brand new home with large blight 
n«ma, wall-to-wall carpal and many 
other de luxe features. Thla 
property close to the lea can be 
purchased on a very low down 
payment with excellent financing 
Plena call: 

BETTY SHEA TED WILKINSON 
3024213 OR 052-2730 


RETIRING? 
TWO DRIVE-BYS 


1—2023, Murray Drive 
Beautiful two bedroom no basaraeeit 
borne In aalact area. All rooms are 
apadcaa Den wllh fireplace - 
■•durian — Many de luxe features. 
*34.500. 

5 MO Cochrane 8treei. 

Attractive retirement, dose to all 
tervteea — excaptionatiy attractive 
living room with built-in boaknaaei 
and grackxu flreplaca. FuU base¬ 
ment. 

0 . 200 . 

Please oak: 

BETTY SHEA-592-9213 


ONLY $17,500 

2 BEDROOMS 

CARPET IN LIVING ROOM. 

DF-N. FULL BASEMENT. 

NEAR NEW FURNACE 
SEPARATE GARAGE 
BBAUTIFULi.Y KEPT YARD. 

BUS AT THE DOOR 

JOHN BUNYAN 
Bus 388-4271 Re*. 477-4513 


OAK BAY 

4 Bdmw. — 4 yrs. old — 
Gracious Liv. Rm. and Din¬ 
ing Rm. Utilities off Kitchen. 
1 % Bathrmg. Bright and 
Light. 

VACANT 

LORRAINE ZIEGLER 
388-4271 Off. Re*. 592-4271 


mean to 


PRIVATE. DC AD-END STREET 
on Gtef Course. 5 bedroom*. 2 
lathrooms. 2 llreplacaa, aundeck 
daytime only. 386-tln.l. 


BRAND NEW 
ELK LAKE VIEW 

3 to 5 bedroom*. 344 
fireplaces, double rarpart- 

gtaaa boon from rflriag 1 __ 

aundeck. carpeted stairway lo bags 
plialreed rumpus ram, ate. — 
could be ln-4aw state, large land¬ 
scaped lot — Excel let* value at 
$30,900. Trade* aooridared 

JOE MANTON 
388-1271 Off. Rei. 382-52U 


WHITTOME’S BUY, SELL 
AND TRADE HOMES 


from 

Vlttort* In a lovely area on a 
we* treed lot toil new home I* 
oulte different and ha* lota of 
living area. Very smart entrance 
ball, large living room haa wall-bi. 
wall cariietlng, muter bedroom 
en suite, triple plumbing ’-car 
carport. Fully plastered Parquet 
oak floor*. Extra targe rougbed-ln 
rumpu* room or could he divided 
Into 5th bedroom Hu a >e« peak 
A must see if contemplating a 
home In thl« price hrai-kei 
Price $47,506 

Call Mr Hope 308-MM anytime 


Est. 1918 385-8771 (24 hrs.) 


B 

R 

BROWN 

W 

N 


B 

R 

BROS. 

S. 


AGENCIES LTD. 

112 s Blanahard at. 


"LARGEST RENTAL 
IN TOWN" 


OPEN HOUSE 
593 AGNES ST. 
TODAY 
2:00-4:30 P.M. 


Owner transferred t-year-okl 1m 
maculate 2 -bettooom home. Living 
room, panelled flrepiaoe wall, L- 
t ha. ped dining room, apacloua 
family-riled kitchen, 4-pce vaml 
bathroom, high full basement «4 
extra bedroom. Large lot 134.900. 
CEC PEARCE. 3SVUm 124 hr*.) 


Call CM (Bud 1 Fori** Rc*. 
29811. OfI: .Yffl-dlttt 


642 


SOUTH OAK BAY 
FULL PRICE $27,900 

Most home* consist of thi*. that and 
Uie nther. period. Till* South Oak 
Bay house I* different, because It 
consist* of whatever YOU wart It* 
adaptability make* It unique. As it 
ataixls, it ha* (harm, elegance and 
ndividuaJitj. in addition to prac¬ 
ticability. Including a work-free 
garden with raised bed*, pom* and 
waterfalls. It also has wall-to-wall 
carpet*, bookriielve*. utace to sleep, 
eat and wash. Work-ahy peopie tall 
love It. BUT II you want a houae to 
play wtth — It ydu wata to change 
things, like ptnenlng the den-library 
tar another bedroom, the houae Is 
designed to ba rearranged. It’s 
adaptable, remember’ Thl* I* get¬ 
ting complicated, I trunk you better 
the place — by aiduintment 
v-, of course. 

CALL C. M (BUD) FORBHS 305- 
vTII, ftes tM2-20.il) 


AROUND SIDNEY 

Executive aplll-levrl home. 


Here we have tour quality beauties 
in nice oountry setting on prestige 
Terrace. Three liedrooma, bath¬ 
rooms. full high cement bateanent 
rough ed-ln lor addltloml room*. 
Two priced at $30,900, and two it 
$33,900, with excellent terma. Call 
ROBERT YOUNG or BILL NES¬ 
BITT, 383-4124 anytime. 


2. LANGFORD 

Two 3-b a d r o o m . full basement 
homes nearing ccsnpietirei. FULL 
PRICE *24.360. Qualified ptetariaer 
ran set hla own down payment. Call 
ROBERT YOUNG re RILL NES¬ 
BITT for additional Mn. 3M-4134 
anjtime. 


3. BEAUTIFUL BRO.\D- 
MEAD ESTATES 

Preetige 3-hedroom spilt lenel 


Rancher, with two tun bathrooms 
ione ensultei, basement roughed in 
for relaxing rec room (with FP 
roughed-tni, extra plumbing. Double 
garage, cement patio, ahalee roof, 
lovely large treed lot on high rill# 
at Carol wood Drive ASKING *42.500 
talh tri-mi to euit. TRY YOUR 
OFFER. Call ROBERT YOtIWG, 108- 
4L3t anytlma. 1 for afpaktmmt 9a 
view 


BOB'S BUYS 


Large 

living room with alate hearth and 
how window, dining room with glam 
door* to patio, kitchen with break 
fast are* 3 good bedrooms IS ft 
rec room with bar. 14 ft. fitted 
utility, 3 bathrooms, storage, 
workshop, carport and gaxebo with 
fireplace Fitted carpet*, hardwood 
floor* charming decutaUcaa. fully 
landscaped, shake root, dead end 
road. Note g’a per cent mortgage 
with 2nd at 10 per cent. Exclusive 
at no, 500. 


1. STRAWBERRY VALE, 
$21,900 

Exception*!! term* Thl* one-year-old 
nn-imxement, no-atep-home. la a 
PERFECT RETIREMENT OR 
STARTER 1080 *n feet 3- 
bedroomi. deluxe 4-pc. bathroom 
living room with raised hearth brick 
flrepiaoe, dining room, bright tabi- 
nel kitchen. uUHty room wired and 
plumhed fer waaher and (k-yer. 
automatic olj heat Call ROBERT 
YOUNG, 300-4134 anytime. 


Walk to ahops tram thla neat clean 
'-bedroom with Bice living room, 
dinlng-kitrhen. bathroom and utility 

Large garage workshop, small gar¬ 
den. Hardwood floor*. $15 900 with 
$3,060 cash and low mortgage or 
offer*. 


Sea view modern home In 44 acre 
t.-rge living room, dining room and 
kllrisen, 3 bedroom*, part basement, 
artistic flnlrii and quirt #uremind¬ 
ing* near Dean Park *29,500. 


An Inexpensive home or a sound 
investment. SxS duplex with a 
living room, dining room, kltetien, 2 
bedroom*, bathroom, carport, and 
storage each aide. Low mortgage 
aid *6.400 cash. 17 per cent return 
$19,950 Cad): 

MAJ LAOE 854-3924. 65MM8. 


LEAVING MUST SELL 

Quality built S or 5-bedroom home 
Large L.R wllh F.P. Oak floor* 
cab. elect, kitchen. 9 year* old. 2 
rooms and plumbing in full 
ba arm er* On quiet street otf Foul 
Bay Rd. near school* 6 per cent 
mortgage. Asking *34.700. Try your 
otter Call 3HM731 

ART PEAKER, 477-3957 


OPEN HOUSE 
2221 BELMONT AVE. 
JUBILEE AREA 
TODAY 
1:30-5:00 P.M. 


Coay 6-year-old home. panelled 
llvlpg room talh open fireplace and 
raised hearth, tiro good bedroomi, 
oak lleofi, 4-pce Pembroke 
balhrm.—coloured fixtures Spacious 
convenient Utahan. wired for 

range, plumbed tor wwahar. anting 

area. 041 heat Caagnrt with tool 
riied at roar. Hurry on this one. 
Extauriva listferi. Aridng $15,*00. 
014- 

KR. LAWSON, 306-6771 (34 bn ) 


"WE TRADB HOKES ' 


LANGFORD - NEW 1-BEDROOM 
home nearing completion. rail 
price tU.n with 43.85C dn flaaa 
11,000 Prov. Govt. gift, if you qual¬ 
ify I, and payments df only $U>.8$ 
per month. If you can find a bai¬ 
ter new home buy than thl*. we'll 
give y«u your money hack!! Call 
Unlvwnl Builder*. 478-9548 to view 


COUNTRY SETTING 
Quailfiei for H.000 grant or 15,000 
-tod mortgage. New tvmdiedroom 
home, auto oti heat, flreptace. welt 
Insulated, carport, paved driveway 
Full price otay $16,300. Could be 
VLA Wilt! additional land at $16,980. 
Cali Atex McLean or Jack Maylile 
now at 305-8731. 


BUY NOW 
SELL LATER 
Mortimer Area, $27,900 


fhloea hava been failing reoantlv 
but oso be expataed to lavei o« 
baflora apIraiMag again next rottaa 
HERE IS YDUR OPPOKTUraYl! 
Owner ratantag to Xu raps in ino 
often hla immaculate 3-yaar-old 
home tatti 5 bdrow and 1 hi I betas 
and 6)4 per cert mortgage. BUY 
NOW and let ui sell or toads your 
preaert home next year. Pnasearior 
to suit your convenience. 
REMEMBER FP la $27,000 ud 
0'4 per Crirt mt$e. 


BILL TYSON 
385-8731 477-3347 


2. CORDOVA BAY 
BRAND NEW QUALITY 
HOME 


built by WUKRDH. kw name 44<U 
stands tar excetienoe in mastrur 
tlon. *32,906 with fwrtlnrd terms 
($32,666 1st mtg. al 1V4 per rent. 
11*6 PI. and la etifpble tor «mo M 
mtg. from B.C Govt if purehaaer 
Is.) Located an quiet ail da rise with 
rural ou5Uook. on 100 x 160 larvta kit. 
ttiia lovaty 3-badroam tom haa 1213 
aq. ft on main floor, 134 batbrooma. 

fun high cement basemsnt roughed 

In for addltlonat room* and plumb¬ 
ing Don hi* carport larga sunderk 
Call ROBERT YOUNG, SOA124 
anytime. 


3. GORDON HEAD 
$29,500 
Terms 

Modern contemporary 3-bedrmm 


home on quiet Crescent. JUfft ONE 
YEAR OLD. FuU basement, f eta at 
waN-to-waftl. 
home 
OWN 

BBFCRE YOU BUY. Cag ROBERT 
YOUNG, 305-4134 anytime. 


x uui). rc , tastmaa raaa at 
n-wrifl. U you are tooktaritor a 
to ttiii pries raoga, IN TOUR 
INTEREST 3SJF THIS ONE 


4. NORTH SAANICH 
POSSIBLE VLA 
IMMACULATE 

Older 3-bedroam home Approx. 
1.000 aq ft- (to main Area. Large 
sunder*, double carport. FULL 
BASEMENT Plumbed ant wared 
for wariwr and dryer. Ismated on 
SO OF AN ACRE la niee eautarv 
set Ling FuU price *21. (IF 
substantial down payment r a q gto -1 
to present financing nr aiae re¬ 
finance. C«H ROBERT YOUNG, 103- 
41J4 anytime. 


5. NORTH SAANICH 
HOME PLUS COTTAGE 
I POSSIBLE VLA 
ader kwo atoruy, 8 Iridraun home. 
No baaemeta ttahaii — 

MMtolc hot wate laa*. Tluae la 
■u a rirwJi teni mm cottaga (now 
irititt; Jar $•) an toe L7$ sera 
rat croiirit, Ml price $*,000 

rtaar UOi Qtnrv ^rrM^ancv Ca# 


ROBHW non, 


McAdams Invaatmanla Ltd. 


CITY. NEAR HARRIET AND 
Btaxadda Naw. 4-badroocn homa nf 
1.807 aq. ft for aala by builder- 
Terma, *3, (IOC Do., 046.ag par 
nwBto, W.snn. FuU price, (wlto use 
of Prov Gov't 2nd Mtg.i C*$ 
Unlvaraai guilders, 4785548 to view. 




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BLOCK BROS. 

1800 Blambtrd St. 
386-3231 

"WE TRADE HOMES" 

Open 14 weekday ■, 8 5 Sat 

OPEN HOUSE 
SAT. 1:30-4:30 P.M. 

2761 VICTOR 

Joat look at tM features 
—Avail to waV carpal 

—a P eA nun T 

- -So tta,* 

—tm pfac* 

—Carat* 

—Park la bed front and rear 
—Nicely tread 
.•taking only «UAOO 

JACK CALDWELL 
386-6321 or 3B8-7927 


BLOCK BROS. 

1800 Blamhard St. 
386-3231 

“WE TRADE HOMES" 

Open 8-9 weekdays, 9-5 Sat 

HOLIDAY COTTAGE 
ONLY 512,900 

smart 3 room modam collage near 
Cwichan Bay. PreacnUy tenanted, 
easy peymanta, larfi corner lot. 
Term*. 

JAY ROGERS 

RES: 477-4569 OFF: 386-3231 

INVESTMENT 

MINDED? 

Cloaa Id apartmml aonad area In! 
ally. Vaoanl 3 bedroom large family 
home, t rooms and lH hath*. Its 
□lean and aarly ooaaaialon avail¬ 
able Art now far future arjartmaol 
aaeemblj. Cak Jny Roger* Re*. 477 
4598; Off: MMXE and make yvr 
alter on prloe of B8.900. 


SHIRLEY PHI US’ 
F 

E I 
M N 
O D 

H E 


OPEN HOUSE able Art now for future an 

4056 HODGSON STok ^2 

SAT. 2-4:30 P.M otter on prloe of *18.900. 

Jladuaad *w fata aala a* owner . 

leaving aty. M.aoo down and owner CEDAR HILL 
wtk Cirry the balance, no mortgage p/-yr jr pflTTRSIF 
to rain. Beautiful 13 yr old 

bununow, 1 BR, WAV carpeting- 3 BEDROOMS 

£ sou’ ° n 524,900 WITH TERMS 


"LADIES' DIVISION" 

OPEN HOUSE 

1476 EDGE WARE RD. 

521,900 

SAT. 1:3(M:30 P.M. 

Delightfully different 3 bedroom 
home 'near Slmparma-fleari and 
the bua mil coneid baaaratod, 
cement driveway with separate 
garage and work shop. Beautiful 
Swedish cahlneu In new tdtehen, 
vanity bathroom, rampu* room 
and many aurprtae*. View on Sat. 
with 

MAUDE DOBSON 

ELSIE O'BRIF.N 

388-4401 


MWO-MWG-MWG-MWG TOE LAST NEW HOUSE EST. 1933 

mears On Central Saanich Rd. 

cxww Only 527,500 

Comp»™ this home with B0 

mortgage of only 10 per 
zn oak Bay Ava. cent with present mortgage 

MW! «BV 1 NEW I »“ Ut £ » U f» UCker 

bb thent ar. t h I * beautiful 3-bedroom 

“t off Pou Bay Rd., clora home *“ l0cft ted OO a view INVEST 

to tt* 9 l Patrick school, tot 80x150 ft. overlooking 
USSL.lXrj ?hoC SE Central Siuich. Complete OPEN 
l&*c« £& a Sf 5 WS with large living room, 1 
KOJIM. KrnCgBN AND 4-oc* beautiful dining room witli *V 0 , 


NEW! NEW! NEW! 
m rREfa ar. 
gas sod 

Just off FOU Bay Rd 
to -the SL Patrick 8 e 


BOORMAN 

M 

A 

N 

INVESTMENT CO LTD. 


•ZS£L. C Z?J?*Z X Central Saankh/ Ccanplet; OPEN SATURDAY ^TtlSTuSi SHOPPING CENT 

Z&ng* TO&f “Sf5W5 "** » vt "8 177fi nnaCLAND "« 

fry / —d jAnmd baMmrntmtr *lMing doors leading ■»> Ave 3 BR. fto Jtodawnttafr UP-DOWN DUPLEX DPFN HDIISF 

bathroom *r«a2S2 0 ^ S P * cioU8 ‘ t' ‘ywj* *' “* *»■■«£ - MUSTBE BOLD! 1884 SAN JUAN AVE 

roughed-In ready fer finltafrig A bright, generous kitchen nVanctMVIew 120 n ,ronU ** 2 'W** CAT 1 ■me PM 

UT £ Sm 32« w«h custom 'cabinets, 4 pee SSL -52T Jft “ 1JM P * M * 

view tN* out*landing borne vanity bathroom plus closets r ' an PS,000. Call Ken Jeneen, 31*7545. Altreottrs art* home 


ISLAND HOMES LTD. 

MfM Dougtas «. 388-1546 


OPEN HOUSE 
SAT. 1:30-5 P.M. 

4207 BELVEDERE 
53.500-54,500 DOWN 

Priced at only BH.9SU thi* 3-bwtrm 
fut. barn! home '* besuUlu ; 
clean, and la vacant, ao aWck 
paaaaBlon can be obtained. Come 
and aa all the aaoellert leabaea 
- . r^TU Of QUADRA TO 
BBCKWTTB ST . torn right Maka 
a* aa oriar on trade* «nd lanm*. 
Al uati wal rn me. Jim Raiwun. 
jA- 752. rev 471-Wie 


TRUST CO. LTD. 
HILLSIDE 

SHOPPING CENTRE 


[OPEN HOUSE 


TJOT*anyUme* F r ‘° w “‘' galore. A large 9 ft. base- 


Its.ooo. Call Ken Jenaen, 31*7545, 


D. 

F. 

H. 

D. F. HANLEY 
AGENCIES 

' ESI DOUGLAS STREET 
BS-T70 

J4-HOUR SERVICE 

“ASK OS ABOUT JAn«S_ OUR 
NO COST CONTINENT WIDE 
RELOCATION PLAN" 

—D.F.H.— 

O-P-E-N H-O-U-S-E 
FIRST TIME OFFERED 
O-P-E-N B-Q-U-S-E 
BEAUTIFUL BROADMEAD 
O-P-E-N H-O-U-S-E 


ment partially roughed-ln _ ^LY *16,900 COLWOOD-NEW 

for rumpus room, 4th bed bU£Lo^^“ VhiohJ ooi£i« 3 BED RMS.-2 BATHS 
room. 2nd bathmom, work- *2,800-57,950 DOWN 


quiet afreet. Aaktns CJ.30J 
JEFF CHALK 
386-3231 


LR with W-W and may Brritaot. 3 
’ —, Immaculate bed room Large aun 

382-xoOb deck. Full bailment wtll’ erctra 
badroom. Eailly kept watl land' 
ec*"ed lot 50x108. Only 15 yn old. 
Stucco exterior, automatic «U heat. 
New exclualva llating. 

BEN GREIG 


OPEN HOUSE Stucco exterior, automatic 

VT Y IT New exclu.lv. uating. 

SAT. 1:30-4:30 BEN GREI™ 

326 DAVIDA 386-3231 or 

3-an Burn* wkli luga oab. eiec 

ktttdyan. Good Watty and amiH* TDV vnitD TDinirc 
atoraaa, OON heal large lencml fat. TRY YOUR TRADES 
gtg.WB, *S.»» down, oat par rao«Ah. Ob la I BR home. - 
H, MAXFTELD baaaanaet. *tve-ln »uv| 

vna -OV 1 -Uini w.xxl floor, frrtaighoul Ax 

386-3231 or 384-U3J iao.au with excitant tarmi 


I PETITE AND PRETTY 

Within vwildag dinaaca tn 
Jubilee HovplUd. la Nila cnay 2- 
bedrocm. fidl^iasement ffrd bed 
down) home. wt4h comfy living 
room (no FP. compact kitchen, 
terrific big fat. jrp. garm|« 

Aaking price DR.M 

SHEILA PEPIN 
388-4401, 479-3773 


OAK BAY NORTW 
I V ACANT BUfiCiAUJW 
<22.500 

OaptlvaBng. CotUgey white 


C^dJvaBng. Cottagey white ^op and laundry area plus "•» m^ri^fa« B ^AUnSKaW »*»? s32ble IlnancfaS 

fi C “<iulj , wf rn ‘bi-ldS c,r P° rt The last home at caoen with rirepice and feature EXCEPTIONAL .Y U lRACTtVN. ^ prt ° r 

* . * hv „ this nricp The last hnmp at *»ll, » «parate ^clooa dining SUPERSLY PLANNED loaded with uraet-n- e -77 eiui 

faMUna li^e SI?, See u, jS Pr,CC ' 1 "* ,S,8t n ° me S ' rou..,. Urge famity 7u»m. comp.at THDLHAND 6 OF DOLLARS In KELLY NEMETH 477-4641 
U*| ™f dhlcreSy ^aiud these terms. Call me ri^ht known, and : bedroem*. the extras: e g white stone WALTER GHECK: 658-5687 

"-SdNuJ^'kaflEni 70111 WnohiH - OOTXIOi mMtcr .O.UIU, U yp. like .W nREPLMCES )h MJM.BrtB „,„ yaRj aTa^^ 


AltracHva are home In very _ _ 

deaheable area 3 bedroom*. M3 KENTWOOD DR. 

mailer en suite, large living _ „ . , „_ , 

room, cuq fireplace. gueat-*l 7 .e Oh SeLirdii', Dec. 1 

dining room. Spadou kitchen. between lhe hour« o< L3 

Ml nigh band. wUh reoghe .1 In P-®-. !««"«> ® 

rum pus roam, bathroom and lunlljf ut beh« JJ? 

extra badroom. Large aundcck vfa* • [™jr 

% mS? SMmblt financing 

SSlaf* ^ ^ Vl,W,n « 


XST l«rSy ‘"dSd these terms. Call me ri-ht 
i22r«XEL. UK ™'• Bin Neabitt at 383-4124. 
iron hardware, ibainini slain McAdams Investments, 
leas sink, vat an da world 


Ob das I BR home, wMh fall 
baserriMd. <frtva-ln Baraga, bard- 

wvx! floor* frroughoui Aaldng only 
iao.au With excellent terms 

RUSS FITZSIMMONS 
386-3231. 477-2412 


OPEN HOUSE 386-3231, 477-2412 

SAT. 1:30-4:30 

805 ALVARADO TERRACE KIDDIE LAND SPECIAL 
PRICE 544,000 i 


DDirp caj| (gin For a* amaS of taevne end building your boa 

PRICE 544,000 abundance o< faenky. Four bed ama» ainptane. $ 19 ,t 

Beautiful new home taint by a room, M baamnent. Ml heat, fire SHEILA PEPIN 
master craftwnan. has everything place A real wild Mder heme In 3QO . TO ___ 

you could wish far In comfort, toe jubilee are*. Asking IIASOO Call JS8-44U1. 4iS-J((J 
luxury and locilkn Do ate this me now tnr all details 

JACK CALDWELL COLWOOD AR1 

592-4450 * 88 ‘ 32X1 ^ S88 - 7927 ,29 ’ 90 ° _ 

386-3231 K«-S«U nve yeapold bone 

NEAR SHEL BOURNE «.»«■< „ «*« 

CENTRAL PARK PLAZA SSS^Wh'l 

LR. with FP. axm large dining a bur lor fra (bedroom erml extra bedrooms, t 

room. J bediwia Pcmb. bath, and modem hone in a acohlatlcwtad pus room or lowei 

cab. dec. kitchen, lovely 4 room inenlfan -woneVrhd far childreo-lull garage, pkaa cottaj 

sulta up and Gas Kit, S rooms In baaement-OOM heating, oi detal a na« 

Qasemeid needs riMabing. Auto oil, deok ^it OSAdi mix la a standout BARBARA JEN! 

StM^tmHTfRY ETHEL HARVEY 388-4401, 477-6455 

BILL SUDBURY 386-3231 

386-3231 or 383-3304 


SMALLISH HOUSE thinJ or den. Hr 

HUGE DOUBLE GARAGE E£w”a32 

Tide b a perfect rethnirol heme May I have th 

or dnndy tlarter. CotM be 3 mowing yog mi, 

hextooms and playroom or S ttat” home? P 

beslrooma. Part aae—ta g Urea LYNKTIH DET 

w«U-b>wall carpeted living room, 7707 anytime, 

small compact kitchen with 
eating bar DOUBLE garage 
vtak* fa run? Minted and wired fjAjr civ 

SSmSS’ your* tSu ^'or 'even ^a i 4 ’Sf^ N DROQMfi 
. amal ataptane. $19,*5fi atSSd In . r 


w vegetio^ garden and a living rma. lots ft EXTRA CABI HUS: »*3SB1. J4 HC 

oanpact e-aeky malrdalned home at MKTS la family size kitchens. 

a bargain pr.oe THti U Ft* YOU! 8 LATH ENTRANCE hake.. PC- _ 

Ltii K1J8BR PKfISVE BRICK AND STOWE 

**7521 477-4238 work. split SHAKE ROOTS. 

..ARGSR floor area OK U»t WATERFRONT 
vanity bathrnu Ml SUIT* 7 PCE __ 

r ortfrili BATH OTF MASTER BDRMS. akis PORTAGE INLET 

LAJUK!!! QUALITY CONSTRUCTtON 

SMALL DOWN t .roughouL Located In a TOP Modem ' Pofa and 

niviu-xnr AREA Woae to Stfaooi* and frees ag. ft of excegent 

rAlMtNl Bucineflta aatlb roc. rtn, den atkh a two Ooon ar the 

No mortgage problem hero - the »d Wfata*. Sth bdnn , and frd may ha mad as a 

owner willcan-y the balance on this bath, roughed In. DON T MRi In-law tadte. 0°rn« 


Iron hardware gtatanta. Min- McAdams Investments. ta --NTRANnE - ”imii l,£< Pc'- 

lew -ink vta re,T »M a bargain ur.ue THIx L> FOR YOU! SLATE ENTHAJIUE naas. ax 

lea. sink vat «i Did world Ltil F 1 JHBR PKNSVE BPJCK AND -TPOWE 

fafaMta. kiarJSw'Zted . 188-7521 477-4238 work. aplll SHAKE ROOTS. 

"bS^r^lu.^ ONLY 524.300 23P&S STwRl ££ 

ta !? 5 wm >ni ctaDe 4 &ta ** ‘fa New Exciting i/vhvm bat£ otf master bdrms. m. 

homeTS"oSSS^rofa^r Hucker-Built 3-B^droom oxs^tVuvm $S£SIl R |n C . T '?w 

May 1 have the pleasure of SMALL DOWN , 1 '££? h '?L faiST 

*'* 7^ e.n' imagine a new Hucker-built PAYMENT S^TneSTwiS ^VtoTWh 

LYfncrre DELAHUTfT. M S-b«irOOm full basement n* mortvasc probien hen — the M WWf. «» hdrni. anrf W 
7707 am time u___. __i_. orvrt m. owMr will carry the balance on thli bath, roughed in. DONT l*rv> 

home for only 524,300. We bunga]«&v near the Gorge Rond SEEING THESE, it onb f 2 l.fl 00 . 
dare YOU to match this HoMUU. Four rooma plui bath- tfnmed. pom-, trade* coni ldered 

* Tin ha4i hall rdtaii Qara r aba IYHHMY M M ftlHTl H8 V T* 


value. "You Can’t.’’ Located 
on a new street, in a new 


Utrobih ball plan Dapayifa I Oonrfaay fa all agetda 

room. Gin^!. Now only Lund. 386-75®. 

VIEW ROYAL 


COLWOOD AREA 
529,900 

Five-yeaivold bane on half awe. 
Knotty plat entrance leads to 
comfortahla living racaa. 5 bed¬ 
rooms and bath on main Boor, 2 
extra bedrooms, bath and rum¬ 
pus room on lower level. Double 
garage, pkaa cottage. Far farther 
(fatal a oaf 

BARBARA JENSEN 
388-4401, 477-6455 


SttiMled In a convergent lor*- nr£A Kpimr d^vebwd nCAT ERIC G-RAHAil 

tlon Cton to fae Vilfage fata 7 . I ™ “ . 1S6-7SU lies 856-4469 HIGH VIEW 

home la In eace lent coadlBor. UrnglOTU Lake. ITUS Rome ppinipf t>n 

Largs kvlog room with open K,^,,. a larwr rttnn im-mal riLUNV-c. ixaj. 

firepfaee, family used dtnin: “o 8 * 18 ■ •■rger man rorma: SOMETHING SPECIAL T* 1 * to » 1oc * , ' , 

room, modam oabfret ktlrtwn master bedroom plus two I ».-tr 11*1 , yob oafl SWT, 

and ol tea S lawtaoorrw A _ __ . ._. _•_ LAKE. HILL home now. Bra 

ptaaad pa He al (hr rear and ftWrC. A beautiful 4-piece try r-T tlCTVP’ S-rooan exroplloi 

aa aaally kfad W. Hurrv far vanity bathroom. A ___ . .... ___ 


Modern 'Post and B«am" 2300 
g It 8 excegent Living area f^lSSlSwiSa 

oo two Boon or the lower level tarma 

Arwsai wb-—- *-aafrfa 

front with baaaUful view. Aik- Attendant* 
tug price D 4 . 9 U lermi may he g HIGHTON 
arranged. Tn view phone: .unOPUft 

WALTER CHECK: 658-5687 C. ANDREWS 

KELLY NEMETH 477-1641 J THOMSON 
BUB : aaSJKl. 31 HOURS „ _ 


On Saturday, Dw 13. IMS. 
between the houra of 1:30 lo 4:30 
p.m.. >PU wtll have the mr- 
turlli al being one of the fir* to 
view a truly apedacuiar boml 

wtlh a truly spectacular view 
Graclauanau and spartouaneaa are 
the keynuUi Utaether wtlh eUPW+i 
creftamanfrlp throughout the 3,000 
square feet of iaateMly Onlahed 
livina area. ranUatlc feature 

bedrooms and 4 bathroom*, plus a 
large perimeter deck, an afcuad- 
ance of sliding gtaaa. door*, a 
fantaaUc entrant*, a doefate car 
garage, and neafr. unsfr more 
TOe hotna must b* Muand fa 
roadattaaiiy pi lewd at 191.900. with 
exerting tarma 


PRINCE. ROBERT DR.- 

Thla top iocattac home la vacaat: 

you oafl mare lahi thia prortlge 4 FAMILY HOME 
home now. Beaailful aetUng. Large ___ 


J. THOMSON 

—D-F.H.— 

BUILDER SAYS SELL!! 


home now. Beaailful setting. Large 
s-room earoptloaally huge fVepLafr f£4,*IU 
dMi, fireplace, 1 big bedrma.. far 


GREAT FOR FAMILY 

524,700 

No financing to ar rang e on fail 3- 
bedroam borne Carpeted living 
roam, large kBetaao wth eating 
area, 2 garages, extra large 
fenced lot. For further drUuJi 
cik 


GORGE AREA j24 7 QQ 

51,000 DOWN “£ fa w^w 

AND 51» PER MONTH S^fajTBi-K 

ESQUIMALT ~ ^ 1 lu £ 

To good oonxenanl only. Sottd down payment If yova eredK fa * lu ™ 

ataoco txngblww wttti full faeaamant. good _ BlRRiR A 7 jryjcpM 

2 bedroom; 3 pc* bath, large T. J. WILLIAMS AT, 386- HAKHAKA JEjaaEN 

kltehan with eating area, antomatic 388-4401, 477-6455 

oil heat, copper plumblr* rewtred. d*Lil 

dole fa arena Call qul(*ly Bloc* cta TTACYTM A PARK 

Broa Ejcdurtve Nearly 2000 eq ft. of living epace la » 1 ADAtXJiiA RAKr 

, 0 „„ r _ . . 4-HR hm In e*y Walking dfataac, J21 950 

IRENE DALZIEL to aU wmenlHaa At pnaaenl provld , ' . 

386-3231 or 38444692 W‘ £**. T'iidn. “ 


aa aaally herd w. Hurrv far vHnitv hathrnom A tAU.uaivr. den, fireplace, 2 big bedrma.. far 

this caw at FOUR THOUSAND ... ' I This custom bulk home la on* of I Teakwood kltehen for a family All 3 bedrooms, four p 

DOWN and USD oer imnth large living fOOm with lire-1 the finest- The home Is bulk on the aparkliag. Huge utility rm ALL balhrooau largg me 

Fvdi prloe ri.00* Ceil A. t. ntnc-P a annnrntp rtlntncr l i hr ” u Ci ^ 1 w, “ l ;*?* n * J U_i* ONE FLOOR. See fall prtagfae en. firing room w 

GOW7&!^B5TroJ amume Place, a Separate aintng I luxe tefrure. tad! so heavy rttakc vcaiion home fata weekend Call firepLe* aad wal 

room with sliding glass j i n I dow ,* "SJl Mr. K MacFaria*e. res. 384-Wn. r.rprt tog. nice %aa 

thws bix)rooms doors leading to the sundeck delightful ivtag room to a a riar ofn “ 38fr75<5 - * nyt me ta£a»pe? n^TSi 

full BAriBMENT and designed so that it can »Tb o'ltiy HIGH QUADRA JACK DOBSON- 3 

rlfave Jwmrtad so as re feet of * cloiwd th ? livin 8 ™n1ri “ ^ 1 ^.*^^^? GLOV ELLY TERRACE __ 

*«<«. » I • a t a « commod*boo room. A large bright kitchen r.e 8 n. high baaemenl la roughed RETIREMENT 

SSir 1 WSSSSn. •“SfaS with custom made cabinets. “JgtriEl BUNGALOW FAIRFIELD 

•Jid Sub*arUaJ 6^MT\ T^e home is beautifully inort.*a^p IbntempH. If yrm hadn't iwn Cl#f%! 1 y tt^ U TVT 

ptymmt «OM proi«* an .r , . ^„ I „ „ „ 4 „ 73x96 ms o care garden Terrace, drl’.'i emt to Quadm at 

eriaUng rttfa aaorigage of some Iinanea WTOl gleaming R£nUCED P ICE 125 500 I Cook, look N E. and drive up fall _ 

MJ. 8 D 0 at ro*» 14 per cent hardwood flonrc which re- n ,n« «>>. ideiightM rtrofa. and then call Keith .* ** l J- COJ 


mMn THE RBAUHTUL OO M f AT 

522,900 «B 1 rANGLEWQOO WILL 

OPEN 

3 bedrooms, four piece vanity FOR WBPWCTIOM BKRWEEN 

Lalhroota. largg modern kltch- SAT. AiFTTONOOH 

en. firing room with modern 

fireplace aad wall fa wall rjPFN HOTtSF 

caroettag. nice aundack. large 

high baaemert. vary auroctivaly OPEN HOUSE 

1 aad scaped Phone me anytime „ D ,. M untI n F 

JACK DOBSON— 3865961. 0PLN HOUSE 


388-4401, 477-6455 
STADACONA PARK 


PLEASv CALL: 
STAN CORNISH 
3B6-7C21 or 5fl2^UIS 


wl »ich are also designed for, 


Ing monfaty tnttmve at SM aa ight 

housekeeping accommodation 
Aaking CS.300 Tarma amllabfa. 

R. A. LINDSAY 


Large family boea* or poartble 
duplex. 4 bedrooms. 3 baths, 
kitchens Main Door tana panrtled 
wafr. carpeted living room and 
betkpoan. Immediale pnaarartnn 
Call me now 

BARBARA JENSEN 


TWO BARGAINS R- A. LINDSAY tartiek pm. 

Jurt rodaevd. Vdr leaving city and 388-7407 Or 386-3231 Call me now 

will aell hla 1 BR. U yr old ranch RARBARA JENSEN 

^Sr, far OM^KWDP ,^d OWNERS LEAVING OTY 3884401, 477-6455 
1186PM. or, immaculate 5 BR plui Migl aril kMvy D yr. old bttagtaow 

iuibBB.cn bungalow In '»>'■«■*' * ’JS OLD WORLD CHARM 

Utandfoni far ***«. fry KxVr Idex-yjtaUri fa fr. ^ 

JEFF CHALK ffifiSS 


per eem hardwood floors which re -1 please cau. d*n«wroi atrofa. and then c«u faith a wei 

Refinancing, to allow lower . . ,, irrvmBvitn MacFariane to lee fata frroco OLDER 

down, would be no problem quire 170 WBXing and the STAN CORVKH bungakro, 2 bedrooma. aparioue FULLY R 

*nce style, age. pusktv and kitchen and bathroom have afc-iQit - living rm. huge dining rm. modern TERaOR I 

tooaOop ar* ail tavoroMe to KllC , * ( oawiroom nave kitchen. Full basement, sundeck family rwi 

Mortgage Ccewetta Lei me durable cushion flooring X rwiu- un taTDTIU-D Uivfay tot and View Call K«Rh kltahoa. r 

a through, along with a-hirh are aim dpsiemed for *-DOK NtJ FURTHER MacFarian* far detain and view ivtag nna 

WO other, for compart * n>cn * re * 13Q aefilgneo tor y(jU |ft |ook)ng Ior , wH| 386 . 7515 , re. 3R4-7S17. Ita boa 

lease phone B E minimum maintenance plus constructed, full baaeroanl home In: Hoant. J 

Y. 585-7707 anytime. a quiet area ciaa* t* achooli and HIGH QUADRA ’ r- * 1 "" 

carpeting on the stairs in tr^iaparl.tk*. — aewer and fully 1 “”" lta boltau 

the cathedral entrance. A isnifacaped large fat wifa view, 14,000 DOWN aorowtem 

. , , check this 4 agacloua bedrooms c- aluTT V HrtlrtF aad aa a 

helbourae area ! u l' 9 It- basement roughed and (Iniehed Rec. roan, large llvlo:j ^ HM1L.I HL/ME j funmer c 

Mug roam wtlh Ore in rmrtinllv fnr 4th twvtroom roa “ '* 4Ul aartafava view, a 8 x12' Doa't miae acefag fria bargain low «4 1 c vm a a aW 

HPlUlATE dMi n»m 10 P aruful r lor , , ’ dining room ei art ai a spartan down payment. Urge LR.,. “re- ASKI 

MxckiUhao *2 bed TUmpUS room, bathroom, nook. I* »a attroottv* place. 2 good bedrooms. kBrtien ANKI 

na eSrGta ha«m!ni i . uv , nefahboehood and on the high aide w«h nook, woeuterfal baaemenl. 

Ivedn **Biin?a» 1 SUndry room and workshop of the ure#u tbea bouse offer* the Warm cosy rumpus room, flreptac* E 

Verv «aii nlus carDOrt rand for your mooey and only extra warm Inviting bedroom f|. HEGEN 

Jd n..r Ir^rvA'r vrvTt oaxt-t minute, froin town, rten Is a t PreUy hoa*. Tfr 3 er t children 

5,1 "t.*™ 1 * ,? ,*• (WE KNOW YOU CANT percent mortgage avallgbta Owner wtfa ease. Urge euntfaek. emrpori 

.. Ior matVTJ TUtc T371V ntrr (rar>*ferred and anxious to eell at You'll lump •* fall one when ynu 


on* « taro cdheri for compari¬ 
son. Please phone B E 
JEFFERY. 585-7707 anytime. 


bl * gtfi.sno 

, ' HILLSmE-SHELBOURNS AREA 


A WELL COSSTRUCTED 
OLDtR HOME WITH A 
FUU.Y RENOVATED IN 
TERgOR. tl faalorea a versatile 
family room off the remodelled 
kt t fran. g urat-ate* fNidag room. 
ariBg room with BragHaca (bofr 
with bewedlroUy rtaeaief 


u^i JMiut room wiib ftro in partially for 4th bedroom, 
Family *» kuchao. * r< bed rumpus room, bathroom, 

' 2 ?™ .j 11 , Uawnrni laundry room and workshop 

wllh- drive in garage. Slurxn , J . 
exterior Very well kepi vard plus carport. 

S& ‘SSn. --tJZ* t5Sf% ( WE KNOW YOU CAN^ 


•nea new atab-ao-wort rorpee* I 
lta Sa ltan— and a lidl dry I 
Sa—nent with drive en aerogel 
aad aa id H e fas'd aalnmetlc oil 
fui—e* QoM rtreet. ctaaa fa 
art cientakaa . 

ASKING 521.900 

iTKHMS' 

Exdurtxe with: 


An erotgrtofaf buy SMin al full 
price. This gorgeous fare* 
bsdrooa. tug law 11 M'inl home has 
to bt aoro fa ba a p precU fa d The 
e 4 r«o<» fa unique with a bridge 
affect Grata faralb Mtohea with 
luta-ui ibrtnweber SptelOli 
rttatng fuoan with rtWng gtaaa 
d jori otaning oo to ■ ptataneter 
■fade Itw .ring ro— ll guest 
aland with manrtv* latata* Ore- 
plaoa and r a tal ,ad beamed tailing. 
The befrooens ar* targe and th* 

master bextaoom la a deigM with 
lull 4-pce. eraulte plumhlng. A 
fug 1 —eta Jual warting far 
de-. rlccenee* All ttaa aad more 


Aaking SAW - 
moke your offer. 

Your Brow- 
Attendance. 

B HIGHTON 
C ANDREWS 
J. THOMSON 


ao amt and 


Spataaltata In 


386-3231, 382-2956 

OAKLAND GEM 
2 BEDROOMS 


JEFF CHALK 
386-3231, 382-2956 

Large 4 Badroom home Cmpletoty 
rnmnrtaie 1 and redecorated. A real 


Ideadly stated tn the pnifeisionsl ei*a 

man aeetetog a large family home 

NEAR 'rSlPSTI'tASKARS 

ris.*i-bis; i ks* r - old 

roonea Seelndad aundeck Garage. “ 2"_ . . 

Many ridras M8.5B0 with goud 
term. Pleaje rail 


ea.h Pi~i7'e-ire“vu cJi.,,- MA7YTJ 7 TJTC RT1V RIJT • ranrterred and anxluua to >eU at You'll Jump ta fata one when ynu 
nrnrJ— S W n l MAiU1 ,Hlis the reasonable price cd *38,880. For g SC htart. call Mr. ■ I 


2 BEDROOMS rocMdaUd and redecorated A real VERA FRIEDRICH 

Ftlta Dana offered awg only «HJM pfr—rc to «e«. Large "art faa 10044(11 ' 55170^5 

W-W carpet thluughouL no eUp. nj (froa aaporolc Kamel dtrtng room. * ■ XKr 

basement with comfy l. R. and idea auto oU best carport Very gmi 

fireplace. Through ball plan. Al- soU tor gardantag and Iota of fruit OLDER UP AND DOWN 

la til ad tanage Lcrvely easy oared tree*. OS.PI). tmibi cv 

for lot Glearning wait, rtuccn BILL FIFE DLlr'U.A 

Really. worth viewing. Exehaalvely __ „„ ModemlaH 1 and Shoom um 


This «M baa fa bt seep to be 
appreciated. Two BEDROOM'. 
LARGE LIVB4C ROOM WITH 
FfRSP t-kCF- CABINET KIT 

cajar wits ample ocroic 

AREA FULL BA?®MEXT. 


GO AHEAD AND TRY. farther intmmaca and!favtaw; MacFAftLANE now, 
THEN CALL US, (BUT feei « n «™ ^yti^^ r 84 " 757 ’ 

TAKE WARNING) YOU CLOSE IN 

MAY BE TOO LATE.) nniVE RY 2 bedrm bungalow 1 


CALL NOW 
BILL NESBITT, 
385-4124 ANYTIME 


CLOSE IN 

rvniVF RV 3 bedrm bungalow with '*ry Ige. 

DRTVL BY kitertaa. UvAng rm.. a-pra both. 

320 BENHOMER DRIVE automatic aroi. ur*» im Artdng 

'Off Melchovtn —r I^ro. Rd.) 9M. ^ 

Thla ta ahoed fat rteeta. roatalata E**!!** 1 *** KUSfc “- 15 ®- *** 
well planoad and oonafrurted new 5 ■«» 

hedroom home around today__. 


DMV*-I>I GARAGE. Qtaetj McADAMS INVESTMENTS Master ea suite, super family GARDEN OTY 


with block Beta. 

FREDDY STARKE 
386-3231 or 479-5905 


IWK-VWI ™ -IOC 7nio Modem 1 tad 1 and .Vnxim umU 

5SO-4231 or MSt-HO* N«»V fun wee wiring lx* wrier 

tuta. roof Good toaaMan. Price 

NEAR OAK BAY ^ 

Udque 2 BR Home 00 quiet afreet i N a v«|riJ^FI»T« 

I Hi. In-line bvtog room am QH IN A Mh.UJh.Kiyi 


street and t«t drae to ail 
required serr’ceo. Please [dwn* 
B. E. JEFFERY. SS5-77OT anv 
time for full particular! arid 


*. Ml Iwnot m 

a ptarom Si ahow ta 


DUNCAN, 6 ACRES nine trgtan Ml banal. new 

524.800 • e*—« 

7H PER CENT MTGE RU SS McDOWELL 

On 8 kwoiy acre* fhta dellyhlful > own man son inn 
bedrxxta bams. Irnddud with 3K2-7HJ0, 3SB-3231 
atfaoSed oarport and aorkfrnp Is 

bfLJi^rt^s Tda^i °^. r HOME PLUS RENTED 

Iveta or*.. Nearly alt cleared pa* rVY _. r . r , 
tore Atasenallc oU beat A Ptaiy tXHTAGE!'. 


good sale* aa a brand 
So cart qrtetoy. 
IRENE DALZIEL 
386-3231 or 384-8892 


liettng qn£ LOVELY ACRE!! 
ELK LAKE 


386-3231 or 384-8892 Whence diUMfai i«RS«n fa faa n»«ta pneam d. 

bargmin ppk» m r«uj on! T 7 \i te+* >«our lyd mJ 

LOVELY OLDER HOME gffjT StSTiSS SK 

ImmtaiBtata targe rooms rooh ea a c, «" ^"1 >o *ra» a torae or gaum 

1 M 4 tiring room vri* an a fire CD'S , Tb* mem home ta wry MARIAN PRICE 

Hratama and a 13x15 dining room sound fatiota X) rial 7 bedrooms 

- both wttti bale floors in bcraHfui 22*5* r '** T ' *** " t " rv “** 3884401 

modi'Jcci. Two twkitaaed beOueana Mbdarn kUrieo. ataoraafic heeling 

and fh ratty kttchm tart htaMro . abna! MB 0 SO It 00 h as * men ! p Al ATI Al <vPFT 
aocnpMc fat mala leita Full and no rtfie. Ullage ta nrte - rAl*llAL 
baa.mad wfti Mririy new ta*Be| w«*r«la . and gat houses fctaa Flrture: ajarga liv 

■,-taaan and a oipcor l»l utter proportttrt fc» r» hangmen - ** 

fat* Add to art 1 hla a view 1 . e awed, erne Utoiofcng Ota not b f*™L d “« 


13884401, 384-6661 « » 

O 

TEN MILE POINT K 

BRAND NEW y k 

la a arttlat Se <*orm the blrfr n 
rtgM mat or the treas -am 4- “ 

besfaatan amiaa itatagneit e d ta a 

^.Froriarisi ta ow ASSOCIATES LTD. 
ultimate In detailed hand 1 )nM 

to*, rrrtm \h* et^«4uU^ rwMnf . 4 

■tilimy to gold-pteted pow 1T34 Quadra St. 
dcr room fixture*, to the mag- 
nfflceed panaded tei. yaa Should 
leart your •)« and then dig Inin r»DCN 11 , 

yoor poriiafaook. Tfa an Invert vrrrtii m 

nv t fa paraortta htaafrtaa FRI. ANE 

WL5O0. , . ,. 


KER & STEPHENSON 

LIMITED 1 P , 

680 Bromfhton 

BRAND NE W- COLWOOD 1 
LOW DOWN PAYMENT 

Exceptionally wall bain modern 
home In an area al art new 
homes Split level rafaedf-v 
entrance. Beautifully fitaahrd 
ttirea bedrooms, l arge firing j jg 


kilahen. raised hearth Manila Are- . r,/vmc 
place, rwwwood froture waJ. fleck I WAIMi 
and carport. Fidl bawruirg hae til >UW\ 

laautlfri cut -lore fireplace and , _.. . - 

roughed in plumbing ^ Sta 

ONI V cot Qnn but: acnool handy Aa Mtoi 

g^i.ttuu h0lnt for Harter ar hand/ man. 

Government loans available Fenced tat la 0x731 Abort ‘4 cofr 
PHIL SIMPSON 3»*7S21 required. Mr. Janata. J8fl-tS«5. rta 

SK-om. 


S32,500 

S'A PER CENT 
FINANCING 
1658 SQ. FT. 

TWO YEARS YOUNG 


'HIGH ABOVE 
ESQUIMALT LAGOON 
TERRIFIC 
SEA VIEW 
55,000 DOWN 


*«x —D.FJL— 

LO-O-K 

A JOY TO LIVE IN A 5600 GIFT!!1 

rae is mi Bscrtfri mxn, 

NEW ALPINE STYLE home A 5600 GIFT!!! 
tta trim a WQQOffn ACfflS ta Ir Sanu were lo pta KOI ta your 

Samdofi 3 aartroneao. sLoctoag m« Ml yon wort dr t 

baiioil. opverod veramfah - send R back. Tha vendor of ttda 

todey views gsi SM Ftaanclng bcaatlU Gcaualaa bona ta out 

■v e di M e Santa Claus hut be baa ]uat 

RUDY ROST given » ISO" price radar Horn na 

n. n-rt.nc • fa** fa* 1 ,was attaady A yta 

KXIRE buy al £5.BOD. Whatever ycair 

RB5. n-JM. need far aanOMOtatlcrt. fall 

hoant has U - a lame family 
'■ could enjny all of fae fame 

V bedrooms. 111* tarn h afr i a n a n a faa 

rr* huge kllchaD. tha formal firing 

aad dtrtrg rooroi aad tha roc 
v* room. Or yoa codM aa Use 

vv yv completely fiidrttsd baaawaeta a 1 

n vv an Irt-law suite and >UII have 

xSr yy almnrt OOA aq. ft ta Bring area 

vy «. uprtalra. Tbe price Bow ti P4.S00 

XX XX sod fat IM rwdoefata ta truly a 

XXXXXXXXXXXX7CXXXXXXXX .^’5..Art Now: PMw* : 

xxx xxxxtocxxxxxxxXx xxxxx JOHN E. THOMSON 

BROADVIEW PROPERTIES or 477-1500 


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I ore* '«nai»>. you'tt firad of looking ta smaR j.lvta 

roam and L dtatng room stucco boaaa faen hart's 


rifling wurtaj tt I Bated or 


OPEN HOUSE 
FRI. AND SAT. 

1931 HAMPSHIRE 

OAK BAY 


K,tUn* area in can. aecv somrihlng roariai rt I Haled or a hefam. aaa sfaw haww wflti firior Tfl qr-Hfyif <J 

kfirtwo. Lovely panelled family convrnleri Intaratatag tot 13d. hraro.** Entering «cy <Mae 

room plui fui] htfti tjaaemanl de luxe home offers apace, character amettigty In rr£r kmg. itdM daft. QUICK POSSESSION 

ThJa airy and brtgnt hwn# (an and quality — thr«e h^droomi — ttfiidi nr* Ini !■ a.k« (h* 

be yowv U4fa IMtaEDIATF Ihree btahrooma - family room 4 &e ■ttfar* MsTlSne J5T 

POS’JKaaOri WITH A LOW with fireplace - Door to celling y*w. taSri tfa ataSg 


SOMETHING DIFFERENT 
ON THE OAK BAY 


posssaatyt with j 

DOWN “AYMENT. 
Asking *25.900 

1385-3411 

G. H. WTLUSCROFT 


1 PALATIAL SPENDOR 


De'lghlful modern 2 -Br. retirement ;• ud CPOVIPP 
ENDOR hom * rul bisemenl. drive-in ^1 at-rev 1 V.E. 

g±r.igr. hright aunny Itifahen. drop 

iifrf firaJIci ' »«' •* Meaaed lo MAPLEWOOD AREA 

mtvm JAW fa'J borne or phone Clen . 0l , 


an area data to city cetare 
mb' *92,750. 

HARB HILL 
J86-3231 or 383-7705 

FAIRFIELD 
RETIREMENT OR 
STARTER 

519,300 WITH TERMS 


MR. STOTHERfl 
386-3231 or 6S85285 


S 5 <S Ul ufe R “ ISSjs far 526,100 


ASanluWy laniarulaie 2 hefroom 

heatay wifa nice thru hall plan. U. I.A LONDE 

Met ffeeplane la Uriag roran. large 1 B 4 _C 710 

(tiring room, galley Utcfieo. ooly xw-oi jo. 

tom stapa No haaetnrtit nil he* 

Water heat. A stop from the tea —--- 

BEN GREIG XXX XXX 

386-3231 or 479-4253 Y 


^ fa*" Chrlilmmi i rvVMU^ t>d L*n Tl 

•rocm rider home 2 B rittwmw, IK LXJNNA PRETU, 
faetfrra Bcght mbtort 388-4401, 384-3057 

kitcfton wifa good gas stove and a 
tridge Fug haaatuant. an raw . AMr .*v',r»rs 
Q« fa evsrytailBg Full price w- LANGFORD 
*ttl» tadfa S3 dowa for tartek J17.S0O 


this 5 EfL tadar style home In ,urU *er fleSails. 
Itocklead araa. There ia a D.R.. 
den aad fall bans'L 1A4 per cent 

a Try yaw dan payment A HOI 

m» 0 . rarm 

DONNA PRETULA UIF 


LOW w,lh fireplace - Boor to ceding jStax rifae. awad. The atad« price l« 

fireplace wttt f*M heiuth snd DsggtdM fir-tag rm. xritt W-W gs.taw However, see fall and 
fa"iL v.^SieU . 'tr«at U ■rapine and dHe. arttang ™ke an offer Call 384-8U01 and 

< ;Vw. y< r»SH»AI ra l A 1 * **»■ to .uatafr, Lge family ask for 

aS^ytaSe. 1X31 ^ FRED HULLY 

a-dber. Master fatatn ta W 

ROCKLAND AREA S5Sa i2Tf«5d •he'Sra’taT^S COUNTRY LIVING 

FIVE BEDROOMS ^ “THE MOST" HOUSE 

TRIPLE PLUMBING The £W * only mSTiimm FOR JUST 524.900 
an **. ! 139 900 <*i ■ fr-M* <* home*. Ph si }r old cutaoln hrtlt hnrvr, f 

i „ . Morris Lund. fai-fVi anytime RRs. L living dink* with 


actuate 4 ****^ 

full base- BORDER! 


A HOME THAT IS 
DIFFERENT 


Sllaitod a goodly dlatancp from the 
s reel and ahe'ttred with trees 
ahrtaha and rofrerim. The approach 1 
to thli aroperty la from Master'! 
nine and the add res ■ ta I tot 
Fairfield Road. Renrh-atvle ion 


MfS'SHta X X x X X X X X X x x A BARGAIN 

GORGE x JOHNSTON X fa ‘‘vie '1fta£*“j“( 

NO MORTGAGE x X ficHE'cSa ln 

This l bdr. hortie close to auXXXXXXXXXX X INA MELDERIS 
fsdlkict caa be your tar lfrll> m ^. ccr . 


Trvyaur payment an Ufa 1 -amnll fam efl u i ta lleta __ 

■“ j ywj 1 * u With flretdrce tdlnlng are-! In line'. STORE WITH 
w/S' T?ivrV*vv7!f t ' ** large etecterlr kitchen with nonk, o rjo CTtT'Pif 

FLO PELLINC. nst«i wood nrifri Two bed- 2 BR SUITE 

fitH-iini can *071 rooms, one of which la Iwla alse Kwdled looatito. Very Ideal 

388-4401, 5S2-3771 room flood taHRv ** HAIRDRESSERS; alfaooch 

are*, ftaoarate garaee TViily ■ would suit various other uses: 

home of distinction Price (CMC Two bodroaa atari upalalra talh 

em-d h-frid* “X «“CON. SS ^eT Gen^te^^of 

, F.P.a. ltaa ta only B^oo down, fun price 

in garage. Otay gi 2 .« 0 a W I. Bittoitnan 3* 

LAKL Hi LX. mi 

NEW SPLIT-LEVEL I... 


ROCKLAND AREA 
,E\VOOD AREA FIVE BEDROOMS 

l „ _ TRIPLE PLUMBING 

Spacious five room bangs | ___ --j. 

low plus extra living ac ; JoS-bUU 

rommodallon in full bane Smart and unusual tri4w*4 poat 
meri. Early pnassosloei can beam on a quirt, safe and very 
he given of this attractive sitradles cta-deaac net tar from 
home striated on a Ho, Oak Bay Av«. 14 years old. No 
Through" street In a moat haaemeM. Floor araa approximately 
dart rata s araa. Wert treed 2100 sq fl_ Separate hiring area 
led flSxHO. Fee further Family room aixld Early 
particular* and sport«men nomesslon JIB.flno cash. Balance 
to view pi ease coil B. F frm per mroDi For Anther details 
Oorriy 585-5411 or Res 388- or appolntnitm to view phone— 

SN» JOHN PLATT 

3W-7X2I or 38J-2W(J 


1 ( yr old cataom atoll hasrj. f 
HR* L living dink* with 


down to fafi price of *1*588 wftt | 
monfaLy poyoaesita of apprm. im 

I USS McDOWELL 
386-3231 or 382-793° 


Wishes come iru* when ; -w sc* fan 
excel fa ewaliy irariras Vhedronen 
almnrt new Isom*, with man* exlra 


3884401, 384-6661 

LOW CASH PAYMENT1 BURNSIDE 
I M M E D I A TE POSSES- Terrific Older atucco tnent Is vert 
SIGN 1 Rnnd cuOdillon. A thro hall. BA5 

___ Boors, L.B., D.R., k*. and Wl 

IN BE TORE CHRISTMAS! hean'i with eja dmm «oa may 


tor HAIRDRESSERS: although 
would suit various other uaes: 
Two badroom atari upstairs u4ih 
own entrance. Hai own PARK- 
DIG AREA. Genetrtsi tertne of 
only * 5 , 00 C down, full price 
|32.«a Ph. ■. Bitteatnan 3* 
Mil. 


till Government 3L 


SWINERTON 
STEWART CLARK 
LTD. 


NEWSTEAD 
REALTY 
LTD. 

MJ10 GOVERNMEKT ST. 


Tl replace. Largs family W tarter 
4 pee Vanity btah pita pmedcr 

room eft 1X04 masse* BR. 

Rumpus and drtve-ln garage In 
bamL Sundeck overlooking the 

wall bead irt 714 par cent 
flnaming Call quickly 

JOYCE MILLER OR 
BARBARA HUNT. 3*4-8001 


INVESTORS 
DO YOU WANT 


ssMgn "PERFECT GIFT!” 

A dtause F14C home cOngflCCe 
wifa majeaOc frees - acavicw 
at a “i*x Orietmas- prloe fhta 
-*ifl i-ista yu * 1 

bev McArthur 


384-8001 anytime 


H6,700 —53.000 DOWN 

'S*5"rJr > %£ 1 iSTdSTi ONLY 5136 PER MON'TH 
a fwcfl smi kltdieei, S bedroom) Salxhury Way la Rtgh Qua 


ae BKMNSimn st ass-atn | Im OAK BAY SOUTH 


A keely new home In qrtri are* 
Large wne rtn. fared ills dining 
room, ep a c fcaa i kflaieei. S bedroom) 
wifa ewodito bothrm In master 
1 bedrm 4-pc* cangy bath Terms 
• vailible. Pr : oc 135 . 95 ., Phone 


526.950 

827 PALISADES 


"• UPPER QUADRA OFF BECK 


out. a beautifully finished rampus 
room I* the down araa pi us a 
fourth roughed In bed'-., en — a 
suxleck overlookifw a fully fenced 
well eared tor garden art this for 
only C 6 ..VJU. 

J J. WILLIAMS 
38&-323I 

OAK BAY BORDER 

4-BR home o4lh large panelled L.R. 


-THREE BEDROOMS— 

3 BATHROOMS 

GOOD DFVKtOPMKKT POS¬ 
SIBLE IN LOWER LEVEL 
ELIGIBLE FOR BC OOV t 

& 00n MORTGA GE 
v LOT WTH LOVELY 


gnod condition. A thru hall, in Wdr , m tl ' %n "Z T ,h 

floors, L.K., D.R., k*. and Wl p L5f_T-S.9 jii Ph.me 

hasn't With r.M dnssa yea may Victor Wong. »2« 
qualify g.’ti.M 

OONMA PRETULA ., 94ftn 

3884401, 384-2057 

Already reduced fl.tatt and If yod- 
515 900 Save oshlo Uie exiatlng 1A4 per, 

3-BEDROOM HOUSE better.~ > Su5E*1a^roarlnua 5-room 1 

CKy hrawr I. rxrailert raafatto* mala flo or utUlly^ fa n 

Mr gbiri iwsomI Itl WWPfKl lOl. 1111C ]| 

.iT ^-^2 KITS. wS c*a garside 


Salshury Way fa High Quadra 
Attractive tswi h w l ruom coltage. 
Sliake roof, 1 bamL auto, heat 
Lrtrg* tot on winding drat 
LEILA RYAN 
RJlS 2Sa-OU5 OF 3&5-5IU 


. d OR^raro ar "vSi OPEN HOUSE-SAT. 2-1:30 

haiemeta. drive la garage, good, ago □i-vTCt) 

c -ut Ui In and 001 . IS.Stt. or we IW - tl - “faAlLK 

^ 2m (HhK) 

3*^3231 or 384-1532 -' 


hows*. Ta vtow call 

LOVK1 - T EMILY MARMO 
3884401, 477-5739 


531.500 GORDON HEAD |j“* " 
517,M0 - 7 PER CENT Bora b* 
Only 2 ysars old, fala 1 

owner hwnt has 1 lge. I>ed 
rurasia with roaster en afrie 
Large sundack a« saparate 
dlrtigraom Full baaeinart has 385-2481 
family room. 8 pee. hath room 
roughed-ln and room lor further 
development. B ant i ng Is only S4 __ 

B er monfa. Art plaster, thi* Tn 

ome Is IMMACULATE RE x 

G. E BUS RYAN, 385-3411 Jt, 

(Tfl otal back srifatn B mfaa ) r u 


WHY PAY RENT? 

11,500 DOWN 
4 OR 5 BEDROOMS 

SnMd rider home rtluMad on a 
58x113 ft. tot <*■« ta ba* and 
naiool Crih|iriae« L.R. wtlh fire¬ 
place, large oartnet all WIcfiRi with, 
dining apace, S-pct. both, 1 mala 
floor besfroer n and 8 (or 4 1 
bodrotxm up Bargain priced at: 


FUBtHBBI P ftQ OmW G BOOT* gis.aoo, 3 bedrooms, fud base 
OOP KITCWH-LAUNDirY AMD aaaal. ■ofria.md Try roar 
TWU LOUMOKS GOOD LOCATION doom pa. mss* 

_ COULD 6 E RUM BY.J R PIPES 
ABacm* OWMER _ A 6 KWC 
asi.*si. OD.® UMi I »4-8001 anytime 

GWEN HARE 


382-8117 or 4H-4B83 


■faOADVIKW PROPERTIES LTD. 
Ufa JOSKSOX ST. )M-m 


The ossa ta fads afa ra ol i ve taro* 
Is a kStas diUnrnta and trta raau'l 
la very ptoaaata- A, targe and 
vary bright dtt fa arts katafaen 
and tasttag araa la aagsartaed 
cimrtelely frtwa ea* oraartwtable 
living room wrttoa an art last Ira 
t replace wifa trie* Utah watt-tn- 
wall, worming yoa wMa ys« 
relax In oingileW aeriurtsw hm 
tha working arnoa if fa* IBM. 
Ehaetatttly a S be d roaeei hoar*, 
liter* la a large ram faat can 
either be a large uUMly room or 
a maa twtausa. 2 wane roosrw 
are In (he full baaemert. Ttw 
property ta In ao exnellenl 
tocmtlco and niorty tontooaped. 
Atadng faE.flfifl 

STEVE MOONEY 
385-7761 ANYTIME 

—DJF.H.— 

WILD CLAIMS! 

You’ve I word them al tafere! 
But tassr eras arte far ratal: This 
ta truly an aaoapUanal home. 
Very sliffdng tntade aad exit, and 
tot aa exerttant araa bao! Trta 
aoorioua and baaxtifld family 
hosrw. ta very well planned suid 
fee tore* a to tal J W a stag IWOto 
wtfa Brepfana. taidag ram. targ* 
attrifrUv* Ukl sA 1 latatd ta ra 
hedrnrara (nwtadr eagtfto hath) 
and a (idly d e wvtap afl 1 aataaiid 
wifa a pea both, toi I wtamra. 
Tec room, dfltaty room and a 
Mpanrte wafkdhab- A taf 
rittinrtira taowri fa an tag* of 
fiae bocnea. TtsssrifuCs tend 
scared too’. You'* tev* Mb; rte. 
Ma' a sBtatan aali AaMeg prick ta 


2 BEDROOMS! 

2 PATIOS! 

llrar.tad rdlmnta baagatew ta 
a freed aoltlig cioat lo Um mb al 


C r/yx r\/\11ffrT i KJIIte IB l m 1T1 rtU U l«<> 1 

,500 DOWN G. E. BUS RYAN, SR 

% TS^gS^Littii ™ “t* (rn 0-1 w,,hrn “ 

flraplara. taw. Dann throaghoot 5 „ , v na nm 

large bed rwi. eric tofrbrtt. Sep OAK BAY, 539,000 

*gg. a .'iTTvrt! Quiet cul deb ac 


ED JUPP 

185-2481 R«. 383-6425 ft. 

fart annual 141 per cert asarigsge 

TRY 52,500 DOWN 

RENOVATED, 3 BR*. ™ 

FULL BASEMENT tern large hadrooa. to «, 

Excefieta Jafftaa Bay Vnw fata*- "g” “ C 

—Zl—. Hra, h-a llvt -id "■"ta raoto. ™ 


TRY 52,500 DOWN 
RENOVATED, 3 BR*. 
FULL BASEMENT 


I farttat anltat 141 
PTT pay met* 


ETTEMA REALTY m** 
ETTEMA REALTY steve MOONEY 
ETTEMA REALTY ^riBl ANYTIME 
Ufi. 

1802 Cook SL 383-7115 -O.F.H.- 

apeclailtang to SaUatartlan 


COLWOOD 


NEW HOMES 


300 FT. WATERFRONT 
WITH FABULOUS VIEW 
524,750 FULL PRICE 
14 acre with a kjv*iy little 

pa to aad s cat Lato osdy 4 joan old. 

Fully egrtpped far year round 
living and art In a landscaped 
Carden Leas than 30 mile* from 
V4*taxt* rids retold fa yoar dream 
hums. Cali now tor wore udonaa- 
llto. This one will aell qriefcly 

D. LAYMAN 
386-3231 or Rfi*. 18M297 


OPEN HOUSE 
1468 THURLOW ROAD 
SATURDAY 1:104130 
523,000 


Cordova Bay — right oa has 
rutata, too. 130.M hail erica. * 
very eomlnl hmaa to beep 

MARIAN PRICE. 3884401 


Mi 


matter bedroom aeauri U pc*. I orated eomplerily Inside and wit 

can be appreciated ONLY by ftaly tSsaewd let. Norae yoar irmsfag 


aAi UHUAY 1 :XL4:30 (MMED. POSSESS 

123,000 J 13,900 

3-bedroew) home, aew ahioeo 
a had — Exert teed two extorter, on 5C waterfront, 
rttogafaw w4t*ookirtW and FI or cm -e Lake. Could fa yaora 

attwttave Intertar Extra litt le with C .000 dossn. Move In fer a 
rawtag raato Larga r w a ati n Happy Xmas, 
room Wall to wain narpat riaroto* rijQ PELLJNG 
wiring, copper pipe, elect water ~ 77 V^ , 

rink stfi fa axraiiew cxmditio*. 388-4401, 5R-3271 


lovely J falroom home, with Its bedno 
msater bedroom answri <S noa.l oral* 

HERE'S A HOME rariag^faJ^lLOnl^TTeara Sfa" 

p 1 °^ SE ™ ^tSl jihZtJZeKea? 1 

SSS^SS cSSL G ' E BUS RYAN “ H411 


.afr.ifr....ara*, w —prorMUxw «n wim « mnuy - - - cmMITV Apr A 

FULL BASEMENT l»w Mitm. m DANISH CRAFTSMANSHIP SIDNEY ARAA 

Excel! es* Jainta Baylifr t*ta» ££”* 4 ^ DIFFERENT No , _ Judl htan 

12“ t wS'|Jw*rtton U ^,S family kitchen, utility on mala 4 Bsxfroom rib targe treed lot. befaxttto. 144 tad 

7”". “** , floor BlectriC hswt—doufat oafftart OounTry atmoephert Quiet cul-de- 2 fi rap tacos, rou 

A dream hoan* lor Xmas and owe BuUtJn ovsn and range Afring room, den and 

malnflaifr bedroom and 2 targm New Year efrerfalittat- Let fat DLOfl Ptarasa SRTUfl for acre C25.M asttt gff.M 


The charm and value of fall main Boor bsxtaoom and 2 targir „ „ nWertalrrlaa 

lovely S falroom home, with it* bedrotatas eg. OOTl heafiag ttedec- w t^taa 


Separate garage. Large lot. Simon 
Hett in siLmtUnce as5--.'47i 


TRY YOUR TRADE_ 

This ia a araatl fait tx*y starter or 

ratiramjatiahomey WATCH THE SHIPS GO BY 

r w:,r tlpo W rt U kl: DR GO BEACHCOMBING 

chen with rising area. i«e hedeoofa .. ,_ _ 

with wag fa Wtol aanal All drapaa * ^v oly fanfad ta*, wfa 

La-.uded. Udctrlc tatoL Part his r."taWs n. watt tastott torpor S 
htarmfil Carpen. Ovner \rmm- *>***mmr* QCPf mC mm *>rm g 
t*n» 1 Wr, HIM 22.*LTS bll, *‘ 

MRS OLIVE KER g? Sn?- dr,«a ,«». 

386-3231 or 585-4450 

SUDDENLY 

IT’S RETIREMENT! OAK BAY RETIREMENT 

Enjoy your tataor free days tn the _ 

modern 3 bedroom cottons Flo** Two )drti ase. Irmtrr. rintoi 
needy arid - ridro rid ai Fill room. » apofi*- ecairitlmi 
nrioe M.fafL Trv ILflM gtom. fr<«_r ■¥ g - a ^_ 

MARGARET MacCLEMENT - *• 

386-3231 or 652-2210 Johnston ft Co. Ltd 


to the natal told a tort high oewwT* 
«■ swat ra with «a to— frig HI 
fata dii t di w Wtuta a—ria 

I4imtal.il! ta fa* rar raOto . 

*"*• torei* fa—tar fataixan 
h*a fa ao-a rosertrte prirate 
bathroora anri the Utah— ta mi 
M nJu** Jay Thar* are aa aa n 
many extras yni Jual have to see 
lo **croctet* Italy the ad*a*dng*i 
it arfne Here check and rump’ra 
you'll be glad jam tad. Prir* oe.soo 
HU no terra 844 per cent 
Mortal* Trade i"»ttaei mu 


NFW 1JST1NC <* ■’’"ta nere check and osmp-ra 

INJLW ItohlLIMta vou'M be glad y— tad. Price 08.500 

4 BEDROOMS X aA no terra 81 jer cent 

Was malrflatttrtl family home M'nlif rtto , Tra<ta_ iwwMsre>l Wit 

rios* >i Hitoair ' Bay. 3l«* falfa Pon Rn hertarai 331^397 An exclusive 

In basement and alio uiwlalrs, I ttfafrig. Orittsy to — Agred* 
rrt en main tfaor. OOM heat 
H D. arlring. fltaoce exterior, new 

rort, r»• «• 4 1 ifr ROOM TOR THE 

20 —d Try yrata itaae oidJU u/tirvr r- rr tsnr U 

FLO PELLINC. WHOLE FAMILY 

wo sjai con ay] 4 iso room tor 3 oara. hoot and 

388-4401, 5*2-W71 trailer. Edtaa to ettfa dnuhta 


(I'fi call back within IS min* ) 

OAK BAY, 542,500 
NEAR UPLANDS GOLF 

4 Bedrooms — 2 Balhroomi — 
Fatataons Han—a Boren. Built- 
in range and oven, large eating 
area aad adjecerd area tot: 
washerriryer make kitchen ■ 
lady's cleilglil. Beautlfu 1 living 
mom aad top dining room 


FULL PRICE 516,500 
ED JUPP 

385-2481 Res. 385-6425 


dm yn lathy 

MRS . SEDGE R 
382-017 or 479-3673 


3 BEDROOMS 
DEN 

DOUBLE PLUMBING 
FLEXIBLE FINANCING 

rhis nmyrset a*d apofras bom* 


513,100 FULL PRICE 

Cidboro Bay By Bw Sea 
l » Block to fanning candra 4 
0 0 i t 1 compMWy redecorated. 

Tax** 004- 

MRSTstMP90N, 385-8117 


erat G. E. BUS RYAN 385-3411 altuatto ta a rary DKSUABLt 
rHrt <m call back wttfu* 15 mint) k -^, 1 ip- N '* l H f L 


LOOK AT Tins 


BANFIELD PARK 

521.900 

SPECIAL 

Ctvrardendy tacataad. rttaar-n*w .X 
hadmras spUl level hasne jus* rtf 
Cratgfinwar. Owners ray rati fafor* 
Xns— aad ss* w4B Mav* (hi dove, 
nafrn. dry fa a nd t taapet. a* ta 
new ere-*riae gBOfl still handle 
tow in ere X rare pfaxw .V9-7TIJ or 
R— l»134| 

purFR •rrst veer 

GORGE 

524.900 

Wader view hose* iuM rtf fr* Greg* 
I wtah large tiring hud fhntng rooms 


No 1 - Juta fatal* flnldfaad fata B 
berixram. 148 fa t fa wa rn home had 
2 ftragitacaa, roughed in gacnea 
room, den and 3rd bafhmnm 

( 2 B.MB srtth ca.aua tat mortgage 

No 2 — O 8 J 0 D ta afadng fatce on 
thla 3 berixuan. rtgl bfaaA tsoaeae 
watch 1 * avaftehit lor artsalii* 
occupancy, aua la tnokfrelvea. 
bfack smlnatt feature wag. Term* 
*4 iow aa 81.500 dossn. 

Wo. 3 — Item* — I hstenoma. 
full bint., faJW cajxrilng 

■ 11 —ghaal. clnsi R4 p—ntdag 

down a*ta axlrernMy watt prtttad. 

Na. 4 — Urtafa Oatol — 

Aitrocttra white 2 brtrooen 

coloattd - aurktee* oral s—pnrt 

I lend y tar 2 fadroom* down. 
DS.flgD. 

BILL KNOWLES 


YOUR OWN HOMS FOR Th m« bedroom family hero* !w I , w " h L f r *' « T 5« 385-7761 

CHrttltTdA* the tefafy living ™ * .«aS Gleaming oak fiooo ^ fireplace 4 


"HOMEFINDERS" 
MEN’S DIVISION" 


ro-. «SS ' "• TRY 55,600 DOWN 

rrice HUH Trv |1*M gfavn. Pr«t - Wlthla Wottatg ritaaiua eg. «»"■ 

MARGARET MacCLEMENT - *" • nj “ t-rormtag x rirtfronfa _o 4 frr tamiK 

. __ . - . . lutafa aa»r raws— 1 tain rsrk and 

386-3231 or 652-2210 Johnston ft Co. Lid. ore** f * 1 ; a—a—i. aeparate 

garage EaaflMdd ccntattah. Orly 

ITS DIFFERENT! - XXXXXXXXXXX jao< PRICE 

SSftototo MS- . »« - -;.f7 T-- ffi8 - wu ' <n - OM 

Korrif 1 vtw - let** - \ MR OOH, I FKH* HBH-KN __ 

aeclurian - lovely fenced ytrd - A.iihihMi. DbM Br«>iw . ... „ 

-fa garage and — rtairap - Sn otafanafa. tarpta* —d m* UA U M O ff > A CHE 
axceiHad are* ciooe la a bargain floor*. ) mafaht ofa ■A» 8 rt attattfrri— rtdram 8 flttaaniaa wd 
far oafaeotw Trv IDI fawn exertfanl fla**rir«. Wl Yfabei f—MB garut fre tofa ta *—fa 

FRANK OLIVER * taramttsig illUahoroe toM *lja» fr. nk. 3 djMr ran 

rruwixin. uuv n.iv Phone n (teas al 8M-flW7. aty Vita Ml (rid Call 41MM lo 

386-3231 or 383-6904 dm* . stew 


ROOM TOR THE 
WHOLE FAMILY 

Vao room tor 2 oara. boat find 
trailer. Edtaa to wdfa double 
c insert and atrafr Haofawda at 
drtfara wnrth ol various fruit tree* 
Trta J b e ta n ot * hots* rtu Drti re 
ft. I yes. aid aasd bwludea lovely 
large Mtrtwn aid) fiteteg morn 
17*14 grind m. tte ri tta p to haa* 
mert with 2 pc. balhnn. rump*' 
and tafau k utaiiu tii Vast he arid - 
s'tualed tn Ccdwued. u st i ra trara 
tarred Can H«X3 CfBATITI»£ V* 
34*. Re* 385-55*. 


BUYING A HOME? 
SELLING A HOME? 

May l ra g toa t that tlwroucfh 
knowledge ol the Real Estate 
market Ufa ability hi ariajlg* 
satisfactory ftnanctn*. experi- 
anca Lb deaMg wtUi peefte. and 
ttt ddtara art ahilOy to Work 


room and aa—nfae Iidl arize dtalng ... . i v - - 

room with *fur t. a velLerod gardrti Excellent value In a good dltotrt ^ “ , r *** 1 ." r 

a unun art Ofafeot fur entariainlag or Jral Oh a *1 by 138 to eflJh suettnw* Bratel/tarodi garatea romp 

A HOME? family living. Kofi remahl tear Me*) lor a largs >•**■ faraliy. ^TT/ .'iT’-'—S' 

A HOME? ‘mtZrrZLt mSShRS^SS 

rr^'S Bssuuav'^ ** ra ajt^gr& g^ cmr 

Itas oUllly hi arrange ,H * 4 t > 4 A «dHKKl^Alf> hi 


Bedrooma urwtafra. Full baaemert 
with lota el roarii far gfaelonmenl 
Braidlfta rock'garden 00 in f lat e s my 
stfay abed fait Idaai family borne 
Phura me at Mfl-TUB ra Mas I79-I5ffl 
PHTER TER VEER 


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STdto?ria’^.inJ*'wS5i NORTH oak bay Ufa* 
effro^” araf ^cwaUy Cx« VACANT POSSESSION 

^rtTSySiSr-Sf 12,a» DOWN SS55 ELENK1N30P 

effort) are. In effect, parl-llm* TM) notoap boartalow aa AwraaI 

Serving our client* la a full lime 3 Matos to Hi* atheata and malely 1-8 acre of rich black loam 
Job Yo«r chotoe of rep i 1 ** wd * Willows Mud 3 BeTo.fni. new was! b* sold fats rannth O—ar 
five* it a very tmportam one furnace and wiring Durold raol. hsi two home*. Two bedroom*. 


CITY 

59.200 

FUfUfW*H-X) 


OBB fatow.aa stucco hfais* «fah 


CLARKE ft WALLACE 
REALTY LTD. 

tn Brotoffate SL Bfagm 
Acre— fraa Katoa'a Car Pal* 


five* Is a very tmportafd one furnace and wiring Durrtd' rod ha* two heme*. Two bedroom*. IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 
G. E. BUS RYAN 3854411 Js,™rt and -totarMe garxg* fatonMjIton* »■ ^ "S’ Your oooort-nllv ta nurehase thi 


OAKLAND 

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L ESTATE 
A LTD 


<m rail tef* Wltttfr, 15 to- . 


with rrmcb doors to paOo ILW 

Floors. Flrapiac*. Modem b*l 
water tarsi Aaking WS . MUI let* 
hoar yoar alto. 

Doug Bowan. fa) &JB8 aasrima. 


L0W 1S S£r £&"*** --yac toa r;- ^oEftSS. tato-tail 

'SSLSTV^tS^ *““55 > V dS%N V Sw; GEORGE RANDALL LTD. 

rttr Rita Xatala rtb-riyltlo* fata One >r ntfl J HR triQtote* *17 PANDORA 

off Jaddin. 5 school* khd pfay pato ronro tor t aan Ob I—toly ,a * 

a— rb» Aik about our Arlsfacial fMatatdi atd a I: id rite I mm_ 

as rim ] • badroom, MU hamroent roOtn tn fiw Mtfh faQrifaB SmataBfal. _■ . 

knit. Owner partidpattea aad Ideal Cor fae Isitane—msr tofa a 40AUTY BUILT 

Itwfaw wttt a* ao—ldercd Futt pitm toto brolly. Prlos gE.000.0fl. bungalow. 7 Socks fr 

1 —to M EB.aee a— to Os Mr. I. Em—. SB-XUI. Eva. 418- Sear*. On frdta —to 


1 aBMTU awylfrae 


I to OS- Mr. S. Bo—. 3G-XUI. Ere*. 418- 


-OPEN HOUSE 

IMMEDIATE POSSESSION SAT. 1:30-4:00 

Your oooortttidlv ta nurebaae tNs QQ 1 A7imA«SAnrin 

■ieilgtiirul 1 y— r aid 1 badroom S8 ' 1 Ai*mAaJiAiXJK 

full baaeinfag ta—a. CUen hull I A-J. 7 Ltorwtth M—ro bungalow 
setth many sXfrai Family tar iltuated on a tea4* level lot 
elec trie Utahan, adfalalug a —1 with tew step* Highly poUahed 
**■» dire*gras— Floor te ertti g "*k ftoota tn a Uxtt uriag raatn 
rartfai hearth fttfafaW. O faa WWIt g l»« t**U dtadr* ra—*. A Cwerv 
—rdwand MB faaorafrud fa— to —b teuton Ffal MS base 
rad a dotod end U Iks kml toys mmt w— 1 EXTRA rSanil 
on^fat mart — fatoy UHfr R^djg)Qrt 

*7ACT ROOOBR tfdfaT ITV illi anyOto 
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Houses FOR SAL! 


JOHN BISHOP 
ROYAL OAK PROPERTIES 
479-1667 ANYTIME# 


OPEN HOUSE 
OPEN HOUSE 
UNIVERSITY AREA 
SAT. 2-5 P.M. 


411# LONGVIEW *».«» 
STATELY PILLARS AND ROCK 
TRIM FRONT THIS BRAND NEW 
HOME. GLEAMING OAK FLOORS 
THROUGHOUT, VERY SPACIOUS 
LIVING-DINING AREA. FIRE 
PLACE, BALCONY AT BACK, 
LARGE FAMILY SIZE KITCHEN. 3 
BF.DROOMS, CATH. ENTRANCE 
DRIVE-IN GARAGE IN HIGH 
BASEMENT. MUST BE SOLD. 662 
1412 or 479-1687 a* hrr' 

MABLE CRACK 


ROCKHEIGHTS AREA 
PANORAMIC VIEW 
SIT ON YOUR BALCONY IN YOUR 
LIVINGROOM AND ENJO Y THE 
GORGEOUS VIEW, EXTRA SPA 
CIOUS FAMILY HOME. HJOTU 
6 BEDROOMS. HAS 3 BATH¬ 
ROOMS. 2 FIREPLACES LOVELY 
NEW CARPETING SMARTLY 
FINISHED^REC ROOM IN HIGH 
n taKMfNT PRIVATE BACK 
YARD. BALCONY, CARPORT, ®2- 
1412 or 479-1867 ( 24 hr«.)_ 

MABLE CRACK 


ISO HOUSIS FOR SALE 


A. BERNARD k CO. LTD. 


FORT AND BROAD STREETS 


DAY OR NIGHT 
384-9333 


1475 HAMILTON 
BRAND NEW-READY DBC Xjt 
HANDY TO DOWNTOWN 
Very attractive 6 roan hungalow 
with lull high baaement. Large 
living loon with open fireplace, 
dining room. marioui riertrlc 
tdtrtien. 3 race berh-ooma phi, large 
v udty bathroom. 1140 aq ft. at 
lloa after on mala, (her and 
bright lower lev# ready tor 
additional development. Buy now 
anal rhooae >nur own atm In 
paint* and wait to wall carpet*. 
PVlced al 

S27.900 (OFFERS) 

(29(11 (town to good eonvenant 
Balance to he arranged 
Mr Seetoei, 184 9335. 385-2875 re* 


BAY ST. AREA 
BRAND 1 NEW 
ONLY (28.500. *3.080 DOWN. N!CE 
RESIDENTIAL AREA, RIGHT IN 
VICTORIA. LARGE MORT AT 8* 
PER CENT. 3 BEDROWtS UrL 
USUAL FLOOR PLAN 852-1412. or 
479-1867 124 hr*)_ 

MABEL CRACK 


NEED 3 BEDROOMS? 

PARKING SPADE FOR YOUR 
BOAT. HOUSE TRAILED 
CARS ETC? 

OAKLANDfi-^IHBT ST 
ATTRACTIVE 9 BEDROOM 
STUCCO NO BASEMENT BUNG A 
LOW. apaoinui living room, fining 
roan In line, enmptete arbarite 
elactrlr kltrtien. floor to ceiling 
reran* toe tiled bathroom, dean, 
efficient electric heating large 
attached garage with overhead door 
Nice level 60x030 lot. fruit tree*, 
patio, etc. Reasonably priced at 

J17.900 TERMS 

MUM) (town *1511 PM * per red 
Mr. Seeber 384-8*0, 368-2873 re*. 



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ONLY $22,500 

Flrtt lime on toe market. Grab thl* 
one or be autry. Located lust otl 
-HILLSIDE." a .tone". throw Iran 
Shot,ping Centre. Thi! ALMOST 
NEW, well built bungalow, with 2 
bedroom* - large kitchen, living 
room and fireplace and FULl- 
HIGH h a a e m e n l tuilable tor 
development. Betl Hating on our 
l»oks Phone: 

J. T. (JIM) MILLS 
NOW 479-1667 


GORGE $18,000 


RETIREMENT GEM 
Immaculate and apotleia condition 
are word, not adequate to deecibe 
this attractive 2 -bedroom, 12 year 
old, ttucco bungalow In area ol 
other nice hornet. Large living 
roum with nice Ore place, bright 
electric kitchen with nice dining 
■re*, both bedrooms are twin size 
and 4-pce. bathroom. Plenty of 
apace for extra development II 
necessary In high bright basement 
Truly one of today'* beat buy* and 
attractive terms to right party at 
price of 

$20,500 

Mr. Belcher. 3*4-9335, 382-2848 re* 


RETIREMENT 
,OR YOUNG FAMILY 

I have been Instructed to SFXL 
'280 VISTA HEIGHTS. The price on 
lb la property hat been DRASTIC 
ALLY reduced due to lltneaa In the 
family. Fa- 2 h edrooms, living 
room, kitchen, full basement, tv* 
water oil fired heating, separate 
A really solid, full Basement home garage and beautHul lot with (ruit 
with 2 good bedroom*. « Sun Raxmi tree* and room tor development 
and a Library nr office off the | upaialra. only 


Living room ’3rd R'xim In Ful 
Cement Basement. Lot Is 57x192. A 
iilt aunt home needing interior 
pslntlng. Possession Feb. 1 or 
sooner. *5W town and Mtge at 9 
per cent, payable *120 per mo. on 
Ini Excl. A Klenman. 582-1121 or 
479-1861. 


$18,900 

H. Jeffrey, 384-9335; Re*. 477-1551 


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BLOCK BROS. 

3636 SHELBOURNE ST. 


477-1841 


■WE TRADE HOMES” 


OPEN 9-9 WEEKDAYS, 
9-5 SAT. 


OPEN HOUSE 
SAT. 1:30-4:30 
990 DOUMAC 

A comfortable collage ctoae to the 
aea In Cordova Bay Ideal tor 
retirement. Living room with fire¬ 
place and- watl-to-walL Fenced back¬ 
yard with fruit tree*. Asking price 
115,800. See tola with C. SIMONS 
662-1731. 


CALL <77-1841 

'OPEN HOUSE 
2764 Vantilburg Crescent 

I off Gotoetream Rd. Opposite Royal 
Colwood Grit Course 1 

FRI. 7-9 P.M. DEC. 12 
SAT. DEC. 13 
1:304 P.M. 

Unique California 
temporary 
4-bedroom tri-level 
$35,750 

—Quiet cui de aac area 
homes. 

—Living 


Con- 


BLOCK BROS. 

3636 SHELBOURNE ST. 
477-1841 

"WE TRADE HOMES’* 


OPEN 9-9 WEEKDAYS 
9-5 SAT, 


$4,000 DOWN HANDLES 
OAK BAY HOME 
3 BEDROOMS PLUS 
DRIVE BY 1279 
HEWLETT PLACE 

DON’T MISS SEEING THE OUT¬ 
SIDE OF THIS FEME FAMILY 
HOME fN THE E30OEIA*NT 
11 tok 1 * 1,1 area, probably toe b<M 
value ottered anywhere tor toe 
extra features suto *» low meidtty 
paymerta. modern Utoheri. and 
vanity Mhnnm, extra betooom 
plus rec. room in ful baaement 
Wonderful living roam and dining 
roan Ftoa to celling trick 
fireplace. U ytai art fliddcly ywu 
nan be drat to see tor Inride and 
see why It’a worth *25,500. The 
aaklng pric e T rial monthly pay¬ 
ments <g *225. Inspect wtifi 
SYDNEY OLEIN DLNNHNG 477-MflC. 
no mortgage to raise TELEPHONE 
FOR YOUR OWN PRIVATE OPEN 
HQIHE . . BY APPOUrrSUCKT. 


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can I* gracious and 

relaxed. 

—Good architectural open planning 

— Interesting treatment of wood* 
and brick 

—Imaginative living and dining 
rooms. 

—Accented with floor to ceiling 
fireidux (ojmeri 
Cantilevered hearth-tltoed flan 
windows 

—Family room — adjoining bar — 
card room. 

-Starlight celling — eliding gtaa, 
toon to a unken patio and cornel 
fireplace of native rock. 

—The kitchen, a homemaker, de 

light and a 12 ft vanity balhroon 
with sunken tub. 4 bedroom or 3 
and den over lacking toe living 
area. Lovely open stairway* add 
to toe aura of apaetouanea, large 
laundry room. Marguerite Srtilll 
and Sydney Clendlnneng In atten¬ 
dance. 

MARGUERITE SCH1LL 477-5850 and 

SYDNEY CLBNDLXNBNG 477 5482 

In attendance. 


CALL 477-1841 


IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY 

Move Into I hie tangly home tor 
Ctrlrimes. Large corner tot an 
High Quadra, spacious rooms 3 
bedroom*, dm. living room with 
ruck fireplace, diningr oom, modem 
klirtom. full ti ss en ent. Garage and 
carport. Asking E29.950 with existing 
financing. Please call DEREK 

RAYNER a* 477-8294. 


CALL 477-1841 


P. 


R. 


CALL 477-1841 


LANSDOWNE 
AND RICHMOND 
Walking distance to SIMPSONS-i 
SEARS. 1326 *q ft. at living area j 
3 bedrooms, through hall. Cabinet 
electric kitchen. Bright, good - slac 
dining rocm and living room with 
. fireplace. Wall-to-wall carpeting 
Carport. Several fruit trees. Nicely 
landscaped. Reasonable down pay¬ 
ment. Owner will carry balance. 

, $23,000 

A serious accident and other Hf(en yaupei, Mt-ssjs. ssaimi Res 
family compHcation force the 


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"THIS IS THE 
"IN" HOUSE 

Each room has unobstructed ui 
view. * bectooom*. J bathroom*, 
separate dining room, gorgeous 
living room and a den. A really 
Different" home with ]usl every¬ 
thing, Including a fridge-freezer 
comb. wa*her and dryer Immediate 
occupancy AM offer* considered si 
endure are moving inuth. 

MRS. L. PLANT 856 39* 


OWNER'S LOSS 
YOUR GAIN- 
MUST SELL 

OR LOSE EVERYTHING 


owners to sell this THREE 
BEDROOM with EXTRA 
r.toms and EXTRA bathroom 
roughed in in basement. This 
Is absolutely IMMACULATE. 
There is a Large Living 
Room and SUPERSIZE 
kitchen, BIG bathroom and 
a THROUGH hall. For an 
IMMEDIATE SALE will re¬ 
duce price from $25,000 to 
$22,750 with $4750.00 cash to 
handle. Located on a QUIET 
CUL-DE-SAC near Sidney 
and surrounded by beauti¬ 
ful homes. We will show this 
ANYTIME. Call: 


JOHN BISHOP 
479-1667 ( 24 Hrs.) 
RES. 656-2308 


NORTHREDGE 

5-vr -old. 3-bedroom. Immaculate 
home. L shaped living and dining 
room, ralied-hearth fireplace. Wall 
to wall carpet In master bedroom, 
hall*, living and dining room 
Cabinet electric kitchen, built-in 
oven, Move and fan. eating area 
Attractive vanity bathroom. Full 
high haaement with flnlihed 
rumpUR room. W and D hookup 
OOM heating, aewer, rablevtalon, 
carport. Nicely landscaped, terraced 
frnnt and manicured hack lawn*. 

$2,000 CAN HANDLE 
$29,900 

Helen Vaupel, 384 9335. 386-1541 Re* 


IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 

T ipacioua room*, full batemenf. 
*i>otle*» home, o.o.m. healing. Ex¬ 
cellent location. 

$22,900 

Helen Vaupel. 384-9335. 386-1541 Re* 


OAK BAY 

EXECUTIVE HOME 
$47,500 


Tht* lovely ftutiHy home U Mtuated 
In one of Victoria’* moat desirable 
area*, close to schools, Unlverrilv 
and all faculties. It t* IdeaMv suited 
In the prufeMlonal or executive man 
requiring a large residence lor brth 
living and eidertalteag. 

There are loo many feature, to 
describe. Ink *csn* are as loBcrwi: 

- 5 Large bedroom* 

- Suitoen living roan 

- Large rec room 

J bathroom, 
flu* munh more 
Easy financing 

If you have not *cen this house 
d„'m It could be tor you. 
view call; 


To 


M. RUDDY, 592-0628 


NEW $27,500 
CENTRAL SAANICH 
VIEW 


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1002 GOV'T 
384-8126 


'SINCE 1887" 


MLS REALTOR 


A SECLUDED % ACRE 
RESIDENCE 
GORDON HEAD 

DISTANT SEA VIEWS - A 
profusion of tmwera. protective tree* 
and assorted trull* when in season 
A home at inimitable charm, full at 
rkea sura Me surprise,. L I VI SG 
AREA FAR LAKOEK THAN EX¬ 
TERIOR IMPRESSION SUGGESTS. 
U20 Sq. fl main floor. 2uxl7 Living 
room, moal appealing dining and 
family room, two bedrooms (master 
iSMxl-'l, dellgblfid kitchen, FULL 
WALL TO WALL CARPETING 
THROUGHOUT. Full basemen! with 
extra room and plumbing Main 
tenance to a very high atandard 
SEPARATE ARTISTS STUDIO fu.,> 
healed with 8 fl. north light window 
s fiwfect hobby room Owner* 
leaving city. Pncticaty priced al 

$39,500 

Viewing by anointment please 
Dnve-bv’i discuursged. 

MU. SIMPSON. Re*. : 185-7368 

EXCLUSIVE 


MAYFAIR 

REALTY 

LTD. 


Woodward’* Mayfair Centre 
3153 Duugla* St 386-2955 


12 NEW HOMES 


Lei Mayfair Introduce you to 

Victoria* finest housing value. 

Here It is: 

I. 11 >0-1150 sq. ft. 

J. 3 large bedroom* 

X Dining fbom with adding glass 
dxrs to private aundeck. 

4. Large treed lot*. 

5. K.ui basement par 111 toned for 
additional room* 

6. First mortgage *17.5*1. Prov. 
Govt. Loan 15.000. Total Mtge 
*22.500. 

Full Price *23.900 
Whlrh mean* only *1400 down 
payment. There la nothing to 
compare with these quality built 
‘’Hucker Homes" See them 
today' L. E. KIRK. *96-2955 


3.45 ACRES 
GOLDSTREAM AVE. 


J. A. HENDERSON 
REALTY LTD. 

385-9741 ANYTIME 


WE BUY. SELL AND TRADE 


OPEN HOUSE 
SATURDAY 
1 P.M. TO 4 P.M. 
OFF METCHOSIN ROAD 
TO 563 CEDARCREST 


12*8 SQ. FT. QUALITY HOME OF 
MANY OUTSTANDING FEATURES 
IN A NICE TREED SETTING. 
REMEMBER SEEING IS BJ5LIEY¬ 
ING PRICE ONLY *27,500. WITH 
43,500 DOWN. 

STAN TRONT 

3859741 477-2829 


OPEN HOUSE 
SATURDAY 
1 P.M. TO 4:30 P.M. 

2015 FREDERICK NORRIS 
OAK BAY NORTH 


CAPITAL CITY 
REALTY 
386-6175 anytj*ne 

Division of John Moiyard 

Agredei Ltd 
1964 Oak Bay Ave. 


OCEAN VIEW 


OPEN HOUSE 

9340 LOCKSIDK DRIVE 
SIDNEY 1(30-4:30 
Looking for quality? See thl* L35D 
sq ft. beauty". Loaded with charm 
and aa new a* tomorrow. 4 
bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, huge fin¬ 
ished rec room, circular driveway, 
floor to celling Port Renfrew stone 
fireplace Absolutely unreilrided 
ocean vies, lust across the road. 


ASKING *38.500 — EXCELLENT 
TERMS FRANK WHITFIELD 385 
0510 - 38645115. 


NEW YEAR! 
NEW HOME! 


Choice location, overlooking Col 
w:iod Golf Course. Good posaibillty 
ot rezoning for apartment use 
Incudes a modern 6- bedroom 
home Opportunity for contractors 
peculator* Substantial down 


(Established 1930* 


1212 BROAD STREET 
383-7174 


OPEN HOUSE 
Saturday II a m. to 4 p m. 

2434 Tanner Rd Central Saanich 
128,01*1 
and 
Sidney 

9481 Maryland Drive 126.750 

S466 Maryland Drive *26.730 

9484 Maryland Drive *25.230 

Low Down Payment New Homes 
Included *1,000 Bonus Package 
Phone Charles MrCrurv. :*i5-i«9il 
Bruca Champion. £52-2883 


Don't watt until spring when prices payment required Full price onlj 
will undoubtedly Increase - BUY , (aii.ouo. Call GEORGE CHAN. 

NOW and gel a BARGAIN. Here 1, 


selection with Immediate ocru 

f—4747 CARLOS PLACE 

BRAND NEW almnut 1600 *q. fl 
on main floor. 3 bedrooms, 2 
bathroom*, many extra*. Well 
below market value at *39,9511. 
excellent terms, vacant. 

2 -4188 BRACKEN AVENUE 

BRAND NEW 3 bedroom, with 
room for 5 or 6 2 bathroom, 
Crestwood cahlnrt*. Broadloom 
In living, dining room and 
hallway*. VACANT. 


QUALITY HOMES 
BY ASKE 


1.251) square feet of gracious c-mnlrv 
living, large living room with 
. „ , feature firesdaoe wall, dining room 
121*1 aq fl. home, 3 lwdroom,. full I with sliding glaaa (kaxa off 


*38,500 

3 -969 LAMPSON PLACE 

Not brand new lad In top 
mndlllon 3 Bedroom bungalow 
wilh 3 more down. 2 bathroom- 
Lovely local ion. Owner ha* 
hougbi elaewiicrc. 

*41.900 

4 2993 ORIOLE STREET 
the highly desiralile l^SR 


2955 or re* 182-9416. 


<!ORDON HEAD 


Move In before Child.max. 7(j Jier 
cent mortgage, *157 P.l.T. 3 years 
old, stucco and brick LR 19x14.6 
feature, leak panelling, oak floor*. 
UR i 12x111, oak ftoora, master 
bedroom en eulte 11x13. two 11x1(1 
and 12x10. Basement 1* fully 
developed Full price *36.9011. Call 
J D. T1SDALLE, 3M6-2955 anytime 


NEW HOME FOR THE EXECl! 
TIVE. PRESTIGE AREA, 17U0 SQ 
FT OF GHACIOU8 UVING 
THREE FAMILY SIZE BED 
ROOMS, THREE SETS OF 
PuGvVldLNG. SPACIOUS ’’L’' 
SHAPE LIVING ROOM - DINING 
ROOM, RICHLY PANELLED KIT 
CHEN WITH EXOTIC MAPLE 
CABINETS. GLASS DOOR WALK¬ 
OUT TO CONCRETE PATIO. 
LAN DSCAPED TREED LOT BACK 
INC INTO MOUNT TOLMTE PARK. 
PRICED AT *43. Out). TO VIEW 
CALL 

W. MICHAELS 

385-9741 477-4884 


OPE NHOUSE 

1417 FINLAYSON 
2-4 P M. FRI-SAT. 

A QUALITY 
BUILT HOME 


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SLEGG REALTY 
386-6391 


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P. R. BROWN k SONS LTD. 

The PEOPLE to SfeK ar* PRBl" 

762 Fort St. 385-3435 (24 hr.) 


CALL 477-1841 


NEW LISTING 
HILLSIDE SHOPPING 
CENTRE 

Immaculate modern. 2 bedroom, 
ilucco bungalow, ctoae to aehnols, 
shop*, and Iran* portal Ion Full high 
aaemeni baa apace for an excellent 
arge 3rd he*oom or rec. room 
plu, a ful size drive-in garage 
Astung price *22,500. Pleaie call W 
NEAL 592-8432 nr K HARVEY 866 
3387: 


CALL 477-1841 


Rid > 


GORDON HEAD 
SEA VIEW 


nnWNE area. 3 bedroom* with Beautifully ke,*. 3 huge lwdroom* 
one down. Built 1958 under i year, nW 1.200 «q. ft hone 
X.H.A. apecjNcatinn*. Vacant i I Arge tot on cul-de-«,e I jj-ge I- 
*18.900 shaped living and dining room. 

Fur further Information on any one I Vanity bathroom. Full concrete 


IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 

Jubilee hospital area. 2-bedroom, 
no-step bungalow. Cozy living room 
with Ilreplace. Automatic ga* heat. 
Nicely landicaped lot Term* avail 
able al *17,SW 

WILLIAM ROGERS 

385-9741 832-1881 


1 -asemerl. ILS.UD 0 mtge. payable 
*t«i i>er mo. For viewing call: 

ERNIE LEE, 658-5447 


MAGNIFICENT VIEW 
1350 SQ. FT. OF 
ELEGANCE 
REDUCED TO $30,900 


Till* home I, unhealable In value *o 
11 you are looking in tW, price 
bracket, *ee thl, before you buy 

1 3 bedroom* on main floor 

2 Plus w-w carpet 
3. Feature F P. In lv. rm 

Wrap-around aumleck with 180 , Commercla 


sundeck, brighl and modem full 
cabinet Wtchen. maatee bedroom 
with walk-to cupboard and en suite 
plumbing off, 2 more large hed 
room* on main floor Basement 
contain* utilities, roughed In recraa 
Uon room with fireplace and two 
more hedroom, roughed In. This 
line home I, on a large truntry K 
In Central Saanich. (28,5(111 with lew 
Down l*»\menl Ask about the 
|l.dm Bonn* Parttage 


New aptlt level, 3 bedroom home on 
Urge view tot in the country ckwe 
to achool. Ready to move in 
January 1. (28,000. 


degree view 

5 1-shaped rilrang room and 

eating area in kitchen 

6 Full baimt with RL bath ready 

for develop. 

HATH READY FOR DEVELOP 
fatlv 1 YEAR old, butt to N.H.A. 
eiwreflrattons. QUICK POSSESSION 
iwwilUe. Call me now and have the 
Kent CHRlSmAS that you aver 

1, * <I MARKYTA MARES 
RAY COXON 
479-1667 24 HRS. 


or pcwalble revenue 


rmperty. Recent Hmken 
furnace 100 amp wiring. Plumbing 
pertirtly renewed. 3 room, and bath 
up 2 bedroom suite on main floor, 
akise to downtown. *18,5110 with 
Teem, Drive tiy 18nk Quadra 
Pleaae do not disturb tenants. 


of Lhe»e proiierlle*. call 
3M-8126 MR. GREENE 


38511795 


basement Drive-in garage Stwke 
roof Hucker built. All thl, for on y 
(29,950. good large mortgage at 8*6 
per cent. Payment, of (132 P.r 
Call FRED BERiGMAN. 386-2BM or 
386-0790. 


RETIREMENT SPECIAL 

Thl* atlrarhve stum ttoosalow 
hullt In 1961 with automatic oil 
heat Low uxei of (192 18 gro,*, 
ha* living room U.«x2u, hardwood 
floor and mah'igany i»nel will*. 

Spactoua ktlrtiem and dinette apace 
Kltrtien I* 10.6x21. w*JMo-w«ll 
Ind *a -outdoor carpet. Wired tor 
etoctnr range and ample cuptnard 
Iiwce. Hall and 4-Pce. liathroim 
wiM-to-walt cwycRng. 2 hedroan*. 

hardwood floor* 9x9.1 and 11.6x11 | And ,eamle»s floor*I In kitchen 
Utility room 7x17.6. laundry tub and I hathronm*. Three bedroom,, full 
S*g furnace. Garage o« kitchen, haaement. double garage and on 
converted to wiadcMxgi. wwk hench, „ W er (26.400 w4th low down 
and storage. Many attractive hullt-In 


NEW! 

TWO FULL BATHS 
1260 SQUARE FEET 


BeauOftg treed 14 acre iota tn North 
Sawnlrti on water Une. rinse to are 
and Swartz Bay terry . Owd value 
• I (7.TOO Only 5 left. 

Score Chamgdon «C-*W1 

Charles Mottoary 


CONCORD REALTY LTD. 

514 Fort St 388-5471 


GORDON HEAD 
7% PER CENT 

■q. ft of de luxe modern 


living, lundeek a**r double carport 
and even a fl(h pond. 


MODERN WATERFRONT 
VIEW ROYAL 

Three bedroom,, quiei are* but close 
V all amenltle*; 1300 ,q. ft with 
ll!»l ,q. ft. tunderk Available for 
ai low a* t7 000 down. 


GEORGE DEVLIN 

389(531 

BRENT EWING 

(52-18431 


BLOCK BROS. 
1800 Blanshard Street 
383-1151 


Open M Weekday,. » ' Sat 
COMMERCIAL AND REVENUE 


OPEN HOUE 
640 KER AVENUE 
A :00 to 4:30 SATURDAY 


fixture In thi, coay home. Large 
tot. landscaped, ahrubs. new bia rk 
lop drivewav. Inatde the (.JUT mile 
circle of town, near tranaimrUtlon 
only 118.800 

W WOODLEY 
384-8126 3S4-3816 


LANGFORD 

(18.500 FULL PRICE 
(128 P.l.T. 

Immaculate 2 iwdroim *lucro 
bun galow. Attractive flreptace, 
hardwind floors, and full haumeni 
with raughed-ln rec. room. Ideal 
•tarter Property border, on p'av- 
ground lor rikldren. For full detail* 

E ase cak — 

-812* JERRY DOWNER 


1-1815 


PORTAGE INLET 
FOUR BEDROOMS 

Only 3 year, old, NEW CONDITION 
glmmlng hardwood floors, L *hau« 
Hvlng-dlnlng room. Wrap around 
aundeck. toil high Inaement wllb 
extra fireplace. Additional black 
top trarklng ,|i*ce. Ideal family 
home 744 per cent mortgage 
Tnxr, (279 grow. Ere apf'lntmeol* 

W.t.r-frort Urge Modern Horn. TE ° 

Cioae to mopping, school, and bus' I’AllTIlllJCe*. na.-34.il. 


1.8M0 SQ >T. 8-ROOM OLDER 
home Inca led In prime aid. area. 
Cioae to ,hop*. artuxil. transpurta- 
tlon and Royal Jubllre Ho*|>ltal. 
Low down payment and term, 
available. 


(-roan family hum*.. View Royal 
I,leal for young ooupl* wllb growing 
family, quiet *rea with limited 
traffic Low down | ay men! with 
balance on excellent term. 


tranaporUNon 3 Bedroom*, dining 
room. roc. room 2 hatha Lovely 
kljrhen with sundeck. Superior 
quality construried hone at well 
under replacement coot. For (29.9KI 
- Existing (14 per rent N.H.A. 
mortgage — now financing and 
trading available. TERRY DOW IN 
ATTENDANCE. 

385-7838 383-41S1 

BLOCK BROS. REALTY LTD. 


OPEN HOUSE 
2:00 to 5:00, December 13 
2776 Pienelope Place 


JAGUAR INVESTMENTS 
LTD. 

479-6321 


Tht* executive t)V» home ha, 
design and conslrurtlai that Is a 
pte*»ure to view, s bedroom, 2 
lMtlt*. ipactou, halla and entre 
living room. dWng room, separate 
kitchen loaded with ruphcnrdx. I 
■tindeck, en main floor Large rec 
room. 1 pee both, garage, phi* 
roughed tn 4th hedroom and 
aundry rnnm on lower level' Quirt 
treed cul-de-sar 

386(377 BOR HAMER 38MISI 


IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 
MODEST DOWN PAYMENT 
41(0 WRITES 

3 hedroom. full basement home wT- 
driv»-in (arag e. FVi ll price. CS.Mt 
Call August Comgructlon, 384-1711 
arvjdlme. _ * 


CUSTOM-BUILT HOMES BY EX 
pertenced crafumen. 
itriered. A, low «* *1.000 down. Ph 
Mr. llnbertJ. 592-398U. 


MARHIOU) AREA 2-l»droom 
n.me lit \r*. old in exceilcni 
rxinilltkm—nice living room with 
fireplace—Dining room oil L.R 
Cabinet electric kitchefl-oundeck 
over carport—full high cement 
b*»»ment—alio bedroom In base¬ 
ment. olt-o-matlo heat. Lot Axle! 
nicely landscaped with good garden 
arc* Handy Id achool*. *hup;nng 
nd IranaportaltoB. Good financing 
can tie arranged Priced to ,eM at 
(21.500. Call anytime to 

R. G. (BOB) GIBSON 

385-9741 658-515.1 


YOUR POSSESSION NOW' 

_ wallpaper and broadloom 

throughote please the eye and give 
a warmth to thla home; plus a 
cheerful entrance foyer. AU 3 
bedroom, are apart mu with master 
en suite Beam celling living room 
with floor to celling II replace and 
faafure wail. Good dining area, 
glais doors to wrap around deck. 
Extra large eating area In bright 
kitchen. You can nave the rumpus 
room and den or 4th bedroom 
flnlriied to suit. Priced a* now 
finished *38.500 with a good 944 per 
cerk mortgage. 

THIS IS GOOD!! 


SWEEPING SEA VIEWS 
GORDON HEAD AREA 
HALF CASH 
8 PER CENT ON BAL. 

Ranch type home designed to catrh 
the Sea and Island views Orty 114 
miles to Univerrily. Omprislng 3 
hedrms.. Jiving room with attractive 
fireplace and door to anug open air 
patio. Dining room, kitchen and 
tmraJAu* area ail with vtew* Fu* 
t a a uuirt with 2 finished room* plui 
laundry-wo ri< room and garage- 
Fkiodtit Bonti, lota eg parking tar 
boats and trailers Priced right at 
147.31) or owner will taka half down 

on eaay terms — a* 8 per 


MINIATURE FARM 
TRADE YOUR HOME 
AND ENJOY LIVING 

Good house and outbuildings. 5 
beautiful seres. 3 cleared In 
Saanich near Royal Oak. Room for 
horses. • onw or two. dogs and 
kid*. Near «rhool* and convenient 
to highway. You could do a k* wtth 
.thl* property 
KEN HARVEY 


Res. 86623*7 


OPEN HOUSE 
540 NEWPORT AVENUE 
OAK BAY 

SATURDAY 1:SM:30 P.M. 
Due to the great numbers 
who came to the recent 
"Open House” at this 
address, it was impossible 
for many interested people 
to inspect this property 
thoroughly. For those, here 
is a second chance to 
inspect at their leisure, this 
most desirable residence. 

—3 bedrooms 
—3 bathroom* 

magnifierr, bring room 
—separate dining room 
superbly built, arrirteot drdgnad 
home of great rtiarm 
(49.500 - OFFERS INVITED. 

MRS. BAXTER 

385-3435 anytime 
-PR. fl- 

OP EN HOUSE 
1295 FERNDALE 
SATURDAY 2-5 P.M. 
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 
4 bedrooms—2% baths. Den, 
Family room. Ideal for the 
young executive. 

$36,900 (terms) 

Mrs. Musters, 385-3435 


CALL 477-1841 


HOWIE CRAIG 


Roma Nicoll 

tn atlimdance, or dial 
anytime. 


OPEN HOUSE 
2-4 P.M. FRI., SAT. 

1614 LONGACRE DR. 
(OFF MAJESTIC DRIVE) 

Immaculate 3-bdrm family home 
Just one year old in an area at all 


SWING TO METRO 
WITH PENN IE 


SIDNEY 


WOULD YOU BELIEVE 
$20,650 


WALL-TO-WALL 

CARPETING 


In (ring room, dining room, hall 
and three hedroomi Just ( month* 
old with the fourth hedroom in 
basement, and rumpus room nearly 
complete. Futty landscaped Moving 
Edmonton wtth quick aale 
required and quick poaeeaalon 
poaalWe Good term* Pteaoe caH 
GEORGE WALL 3M-29M or 476 
5681 


Trim. neaUy landaraped year-old 2- 
bedroom bungalow an a quiet 
it reel ha* a carpeted living room 
with feature wag and railed hearth 
Roman Stone fireplace dining room 
In Une. Cabinet electric kitchen 
with hooded Can and util Ity off - 
plumbing lor washer and dryer 
FuU high baaement with roughed-in 
plumbing. Separata carport and 
Lored bock yard. Insulated to 
Hydro standank for electric heal. 
Firm *20.950. Term* available 


new home* — dree to all 
amenttte* Large living room with 
Ilreplace Separate dining room 
large kitchen. Ntce bathroom and “4 
bath off meter bedroom. Lower 
level fully developed wtth extra 
bedroom, family room with bar and 
utility room. All fenced and 
beautifully landscaped. Today 1 * beat 
buy at * 26,(00 with excellent term*. 


OWEN COVIELLO 
477-5738 38&5175 


NEW — NEW - NEW 


$1,000 DOWN 


386-6391 


GORGE - BURNSIDE 

2 Bdrm*. Co*y living rm. with ga, 

FP HW floor Modem cab 
kitchen. 3-pre bath Bsmt. No 
garage Close to bua and shops. An 
older borne In good condition. Quirk 
pre-Xmaa poosesaton Small tot with 
fruit trees. Fu* price *13,500 DP 
*1.400. Bai. at S14E p.m. 

MRS. HEPBURN 


Res. 385-0896 


1970 Sales Year is 
fast approaching. 

List now with our 
progressive company. 

BRENTWOOD SPECIAL 
PRICE JUST $24,800 

Bedroom home located Juat 


block from the Ferry Wharf — nice 
riaed lot, fufy fenced and land- 
acaped, mmplrtr w*h wrakahig). 
imtto and drkeJn garage. Thl* 
home U Jutt like new both inside 
and cut. Far particular, a la view, 
contact: 

DON SMITH Res. 477-6181 


SECLUSION 
ONLY 5 YRS- OLD 

Truly lovely luxury home. Spacious 
2 dedrooms. Very well built, quiet 
cul de sac. A profusion of shrub* 
and trees Way better than average 
eonat ruction ant design. Covered 
sundeck. Seriuded Patio. FnM base¬ 
ment Ren. Room 2 bathrooms 
Lots of storage space. Convenient 
kitchen with built in apptlancea 6V^ 
per cent mortgage 

Real value at 28.830 
CALL BILL FELTON 479 1996 


CALL 477-1841 


CENTRAL SAANICH 
4 BEDROOMS 

1700 fl of living accommodation on 
main floor in this modern, spacious 
home. 2 fuH bathrooms <1 en suite) 
oak floon, roman die fireplace, 
bedroom* or main and huge rec 
room wtth bar and fireplace, 
bedroom and full bathroom do, 
Double attached garage and large 
sundeck add character tn thl, lovely 
home situated on 96 acre of land 
Asking 139.500. W. NEAL 562-8432 


CALL 477-1841 


-p RE¬ 


OPEN HOUSE 
1225 ALAN ROAD 
(JUST OFF WILKINSON 
NEAR CAREY) 
SATURDAY, DEC. 13 
2:00 TIL 5:00 

FOUR BEDROCK® PLUS TWO 
SPARE ROOMS. LARGE FAMTI.Y- 
SIZE KITCHEN ON TWO LOTS. 
SWIMMING POOL 11TxSf *3.000 
DOWN - *18.960 FULL PRICE. 

S W BRIDGES IN ATTENDANCE 
3866435 478-145* 


—P.R.H.— 


ELBOW ROOM 
AND SECLUSION 

Plenty of both in this well-planned 
1750 sq. ft seml-tiaSor home 
Spacious and gracious entranr* 
ballway. living room. separate 
dialog ram, den wtth fireplace plus 
2 more bedrooms (master 18x13(4 1 . 
moderidzed kitchen, workttvop, easy 
to flnteh extra rooms. Paridlka 
secluded lot .47 acre* Vacant, 
excellent value. Reduced to W.W 
C Warren 3SS-3415 


-PR.B- 


Classlc lYench Provincial atjle 
twu hedroom home with room 
to expand. Law ooel N.H.A. 
Financing from *180. per month 
P.l.T. Trade* welcomed. 


$135 P.l.T. 


SIDNEY 


GREAT POTENTIAL 


BUY NOW, 

PAY LATER! 

Now la the time to buy that home 
In SOUTH OAK BAY you have 
always wanted Unlike moal In thl, 
highly derirabla area, thl, one is 
datively new, profeialonally de 
•igned and cuitom built. Just the 
right home for the family wilh 
children It offer, 17(0 iq. ft. of 
modern living space which includes 
bedrooms and IV4 bathrooms. The 
ground level of the two floor, la 
luxuriously carpeted wtth expensive 
but carefree broadloom and pnv 
vide, for living roam with fireplace, 
dining room and family room In 
line whlth opens to a secluded 
■bettered patio for rammer u,e. 
Well equipped kitchen and Isaridry 
adjacent The owner Is preparod to 
,ell now end will rent from the 
purchaser, or will delay closing for 
six iiKwith, with a reasonable 
deposit. Buy now. and avoid higher 
price. In the eprlng. 

Priced al »2 M0 

384-8136 MR GREENE 385-0715 


TN, alder lliut not loo old) home 
hi, great potentisl Situated In the 
drelraHe High Quadra reridentlal 
area, U offers a rinllenge to the 
Imaginative homemaker A little 
decorating sod renovating will 
make this a gracious, spacious 4 
bedom. family home. Then, with 
« little ailanUno to the outside, the 
grounds ean be returned to their 
former adeodor. Elderly vendor 
wig tell to approved purchaser at 
(8,31* down, balance at (15(1 per 
month at the fu* price of *32,50(1. 
For xupolntment to view call ST AN 
JAMES 388-2955 or Ml-3740. 


New, riilNng and different! I Large 
living aroom with dining roam In 
line. Crestwood cabinet electric 
kltrhen with sundeck off. 4-pce. 
iwlh and two lovely Urge bed¬ 
room,. Entrance on ground level 
wilh carpeted stairs to living area. 
Well lighted basement haa extra 
rooms and Numbing roughed tn. 
Asking *23.30(1. 


NEVA PENNIE 

388-3585 656-3* li 

METRO! "OLTrAN REALTY LTD- 


QUICK POSSESSION 
BRAND NEW 


LARGE HOUSE! 
SMALL PRICE! 


,4s, price, go today Thl, R-room. 2- 
storey dwelling with S bedroom, 
and a full basement le well located 
In FAIRFIELD near MAY en 
MOSS. Suitable for the large family 
or 'an excelleN rental Investment 
Immediate poaaeuloo Absent owner 
■aye SELL: Offered at— 

(E.ntsi 

For detail, call — 

381-9136 MR GREENE 385-07(5 
Pemberton. Kulmea Ltd. 


NEAR THETIS LAKE 
PARK 

200 YARDS WEST OF 
TRANS-CANADA 
Charming 2-b*droom home with 
lovely modem kHctaen. ullltty 


OPEN HOUSE 
3359 SWINDELL 
1-5 SAT. AND SUN. 


De luxe 3 BR duplex In Sidney. 
Let your tenants reduce your 
monthly roat. Only (6.0UO down, 
trade, welcomed. 


PERFECT 


Perfect home site — on sewer, 
bui. 2 bike, to ahopa — will 
deal git and build the home of 
your choice Financing 
arranged, trade* accepted. 


IMPRESSIVE 


MARYLAND BRAND NEW 

A new home I* your best buy 
today. We have one beauty ju<t 
being finished. Paved steeete. aewer, 
etc., all paid for — giving you nice 
low taxes 3 Bedroom*, one en 
guile. Spacious L.R. wtth fireplace 
n. R.. vanity bathroom. The kitchen 
feature, alien! floor, oak cupboard*, 
exhaust tan, etc. Full imiemenl 
with extra roam* roughed In and 
•nuttier Orepiscr Priced right at 
(28,500 Pleeve rstl 

JACK CROW Res. 388-6855 


SIDNEY DUPLEX 

Thl* 10 -vt -old stucro duplex com 
prt*e* lour room* eorit. with 
spacious Idtriieni. equipped wtth 
electric stovee. The heating 1* by 
Individual ga* furnace* The taxn 
are only 041.00. The rents tote] *3* 
per mo, making this a good 
Investment al (tie price of (20.500 
Terms arranged. 

HOWIE CRAIG 386-6391 


Courtyard entry home — per¬ 
fect lor the (amity that want* a 
little more than juat a house. 
Ready for your Christina* 
entertaining at only W4.9(*I. 
Gmet term* end trade, wel¬ 
comed. 


TRADITIONAL 


BENHDMER PROPERTIES 


Very attractive ranch-alyte h-ene 
w Ih heavy evoke roof. There are 2 
bad room.! plu, apace for Yd or 
rec roam, living room has oek 
floor, and brl« fireplace with 
raised hearth. Spacious cabinet 

. kitchen wtth fan. gliding dais 
door to ground level patio. Four 
piece bathroom, separate utility 
room plumbed and wired t a r 
washer and dryer' AB plaster 
Interior. Exrritenl financing, low 
down paymert Aridng only *21.901). 
FRANK BOUSFTEtn 38A29SB. 


Thla borne wlH take your fancy 
Immediately with Its beautiful and 
different green ceramic brick and 
white stuccu exterior, with a hint of 
Polynesian aiyllpg In the roofllne 
Come In through the cathedral en 
trance and admire the old brick 
(I re pi ace that extend, from floor tu 
letting. Three roomy bedroom,, 
bathroom, family kltrhen and dining 
area with sundeck complete lhe 12.W 
sq ft Of gracloui living. Full price 
127.900. 


OWNER LEAVING 


A lovely 3-bedroom home with alt ot 
the must wanted feature, open 
tor your approval at 3360 WeDsmllh 
Full price (26.800 


modern 

bathroom and living room. You'll 
be mug si a hug In thi, home and 
you might be atae to buy It for ail taro 
IllUe a* (4.000 down, or fry «»|s*t->! 
offer Great big garage and 
workshop , 

link Wcniwlch 

DESMOND HOLMES 
3S4-8126 478-1227 


thla itite 2 -bedroom. 2-atep bung* 
tow for up Island It has shslu 
roof, a fug baaement separate 
garage and new furnace and water 
tank Cioae to bus. schools and 
store*. Only fM.900 with good 
AL*’ PORDMER .386-2986 or 


Nearing cumplellon at 2933 Dlcker- 
*un Place U a 2-bedroom heme of 
1.023 *q It Kiia home has a riding 
and stucco exterior. Cathedral 
entrance and fireplace. Full base 
menl has 2 liedroomi and worii 
room roughed-Jn for future expan 
lion Full price (31.300. For further 
Information an these qua Illy home 

e nnr 478-298*. 478-2513 or 478-2944 
dfey Bros Development 


Early Colonial style home for 
those wishing the very bexl 
.Sunken living room with arched 
tlretdare and lieamed celling*, 
merioalced by a large dining¬ 
room Family kitchen, panelled 
den. S hath!. 4 hedroomi, large 

e tlo. Priced al W.OOO. only 
i.OOO down or your trade 


PIRATES — SMUGGLERS 
BEACHCOMBERS 

The sands of time are running cut 
waterfront become* scarcer d*y by 
rtav. See our ad* In waterfriml 
column today. SYD Cl.ENDINNENG 
477-54*2. KEN HARVEY 65^2397 


CALL 477-1841 


URGENT! URGENT! 
URGENT! 

$25.900—FLORENCE LAKE 

Owner ha* already left and hi* wife 
ami family would like to lain him 
for Chrurima*. 2-year-old stucco 
bungalow with over 1200 sq. n. of 
gracious living. There 1* *16,006 
already on It *1 934 per end ssvd 
payment, at approx. ( 161 . Isita of 
extra parking for your hoat and 
I ratter. Call MARJ NAPPER 560 
9551. 

CALL 477-1841 


REVENUE OR FAMILY 
HOME 

Large family hern* In FMrfletd 
ntririd or poorible diglex Main 
level coral Us of bring room. Sep 
dining, cab. kttriien. 2 bedirrm* 
Upper level haa 1 bed r oom. L.R , 
Kitchen, riliring area. Full hase- 
mert. o-o-m head. Large corner lot 
with Sep. garage. Aaldng Pnc* 
*29.500 - *15.000 D P 

Al Vick era 3KQ436 


HANDYMAN SPECIAL 

*14.900. 4-ijdrnu. AH the 


Mg 


renovation* done — 9 bdrm main 
floor. Sap. dining room 2 bdrm, 
upstair, A comfortable roomy 
home for a family In convenient 

location. . _ 

MRS. U PLANT 


CALL 477-1841 
GORGE AREA 


HOLLYWOOD CRESCENT 

Family home ctoae to Se*. Srtvooii 
and Siopa Recently r eno v a te d 3 
Betexjom*. 334 bath*. Heady tor 
or-ounancy A real buy at C7.900. 
Good term*. Tn vleve odll: 

JACK CROW Res. 388^855 


Thinking about moving into 
an apartment? Let us sell 
your house and move you in¬ 
to one of our quality apart¬ 
ments. 


MARDON HOMES LTD. 
592-0995 

"Better by Design” 


QQQQQQQQQQQQ 


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XI 


WHITE StDENG BUNGALOW. TOP 
shape Irulde and nut. ( 18 .N 61 with 
Icrma. Principal* only 5B2-08L4. 


FIVE BEDROOM HOME OR 
duplex tor *11.001. OOM Haa I 
copper and new wiring. Close In 
and In lip-lop condition. Ben Parent 
or Mary Jam*. 382-8117. Nawriead 
Realty. 


FABULOUS 
OCEAN VIEW 
OPEN HOUSE 
SAT. 1:00-4:00 P.M. 
4517 DAPHNE PLACE 
GORDON HEAD 
1530 sq. ft. of Quality 
—3 Bedroom* and Den 
—3 Bathroom* 

—2 Fireplaces 
Double Garage 
—Quiet Cul-de-sac 
-$47,500 . 7tt per 
financing 

iowner transferred > 

BILL McCULLOCH 
FRANK BEAMISH 
Phone 385-2471 
Johnston k Co. Ltd. 


cent 


XXXXXXXXXXXX 


SLEGG BROS. REALTY 
Limited 

690 Broughton S4. 
386-6391 anytime 


Delightful older ham* on a very 
large lot wilh fruit tree*. .Large 
living room wtth F.P. and formal 
dining room wtth F.P. and beam 
ratling Two bedroom* <* tod floor. 
2 In the boaemori. *5flOO. DP on a 
full price ot *24.900. Please call C 
SIMONS 852-1731. 


CALL 477-1841 


$3,200 DOWN 
LAKEHILL — 

HIGH QUADRA 

M«krn 2-lxlrm, full-lwsement hone 
wilh asp. dining room, large elec 
klirtam and ealing" area. n*» tkw« 
utmtv. Located on a rarely treed 
and ianced !<*•*>* quiet oil-de 
Ciood flnanolng. Asking EH.ttXI 
Pleaoe cU W. NEAL 6B24MS! 


CALL 477-1841 


DRIVE BY 
2910 SCOTT ST. 

This modem stucco home ha* a full 
high haaemeiri. a aeparate garage 
and ninety loot (pontage. Oa the Is It 
1* a flvlag reran 71x72 ft wtth a 
Crept are alto a din tog ream 9x12 
Hie kitchen to the Mt rear 1* targe 
with a dining alcove thi the rigid 
of the rentrol hall are two 
hedroomi and bathroom. Downatairi 
i rumpus reran a4lti a flrepiacs 
18 x 12 fl. a two piece lao riq - anm . 
utility room, W*** tor another 
bedroom, ari furnace and new hot 
water electric heater Please da not 
bather the Iwwti App<4ntmenta by 
arra n granen* only. Fug prlea only 
*23.5011. 

GECffLGK S. LEX 
385-3435 *18-1901 


—P-R-B. - 


2 SPECIALS 
NEWLY LISTED 

1- 1125 per month-$2,500 
down, 2 Bdrms.—ekws 
to Parliament buildings - 
$10,000 FuU Price. 

2— $3,000 down —$160 per 
month, 4 Bdrms.—Double 
lot. Swimming pool — 
$18,950. 

MRS. MUSTERS, 385-3435 


'.a.a- 


P. R. Brawn and San* bav* 

mart gaze money 
alway* avallaMt- 


OAK BAY—3 BEDROOMS 
BRAND NEW 

TN* superb home offer* every 


MONTREAL 
TRUST 
1057 Fart St. 
Phone 386-2111 


OPEN HOUSE 

SIDNEY - MKLVILLK PARK 

10385 PATRICIA PLACE 
SAT. 2-5 P.M. 

rNSI’ECT THIS BRAND NKW. 

ALITY BtTLT. 3-BR FULL 

_SEMKNT HOME M*ny extras 

such as plalter flnfriling throughout, 
top-quality flooring, attractive leak 
(iniriied cabinets, m . bathroom*, 
etc. Asking price 

$28,300 

Builder will consider trade tor 
mortgage paper, lot or house ot 
leaser value. 

ROYD JANTZEN 
IN ATTENDANCE 

QUADRA REALTY LTD. 

385-1471 


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TREMENDOUS VIEW ON LANS- 
riown * tope. 5 bedroom*, 3 bath¬ 
rooms, living and rec. room. 5 
f I ret* area kitchen and utility reran 
dining room. 2-car garage Fnjii 
bearing tree*. Near achool*, ■ I* 
land* Golf Course; Walking 4* 
lance from small showing an*. 
*40,MO. 30-4010. 


advantage tor worinu, kvtng. and 
will appari to ttwae expert the 
vary h e s t. a onmtdnaAfcai of 
exreitenl torir. ridlfto ntatotoig and 
nutriaiakag wnrkmonriOp Over *010 
aq. CL worthy »• your tnapecttrai. the 
many derirwhte feature* are Ion 
manv to enumerate, tasnfly room 
and (ton, laundry room all (totalled 
double osrage. boel storage. S 
bothrootna. sundeck. etc., etc. Ear!, 
occupancy can be arranged *23.000 
with large 9S4 per cent mortgage. 

D. RAY.YBR 4tn-ffl»4 
BILL FiELTOjI, 47»-193i 


CALL 477-1841 
A HOME AND A STUDIO” 


Situated way from toe 
liemendoua Sea View from every 
room. Bulk as a C-bedreran. S- 
iottiroom ham. but nan ba 
lor any purpoae Separate dining 
room and den. fridge and freeter, 

oomh waatoer and dryer Vary 
large tot wtth doubt* garage and 
tots at bladdtgp. AB often con¬ 
sidered a* Vendor haa located 

L PLANT. 65639H* 


CALL 477-1841 


"Com pi at* Real Eatat* Servlet 
Arena, Capada" 


OPEN HOUSE 
$3,000 DOWN 
SAT. 1-4 P.M. 

2865 SCOTT ST. 

ideal rrtlremeni nr riarter taoi- 
galow near Smeatrw-Sra r, tog on 
quiet street. Two bedrooms. a*t*i- 
rale dining room, cozy bring roam 
with heaalatcr, fireplace, all mod 
era appliances. House and ground* 

Immaculate. 

$16,200 

For prior viewing call 
CUFF NORMAN 
479-1695 386-21L 


ESQUIMAJ.T 

OWMbR L&AVIHG TCKVN 

MAKE AN OFFER 


Immaculate 4 tmtooran tamasi w 

n UriUra 


every totog draw to 

comlortatde. aeonomical buying. 
Low payment,, low taxes, low price. 
Aatem SlI.IOl Cell PAT MURPHY 
3*4*1 or 3B3JD9H 

J. DONALD SMITH UTD. 


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lj. Victoria, BC-, Saturday, Dec. 13, 1969 

WANTED TO SUY 11S4 PROPERTY FOR SALI 

HOUSES - 

HIGH CORDOVA BAY 

SEAVIEWS - SECLUSION 
My euert mmt buy before Dec. sut There are 5.8 acre* that can 
and require* revenue property over by subdivided to provide an 

SB ooo H*i large euh down _ , __ , . 

payment any revenue ctetadered exclUlive gTOUp Of large 

urgent Freddy »«rte sgMSsi or choice lot*. For the price 0 # 

471 ® GI __ your own building lot as 

l or a b^rocm doee to eny bua lown payment you could 
Due. Sotid 30-30 yr. old home up to . 

S20.00Q required quickly. My cMtnt purctiaae tills pafXsel AJKX 

ha* aoid and mue* h»v* quick divide the balance now or 

«?. «“ 1 ILSt# Ulan {. MOT 


151 COUNTRY HOMES ANDI151 COUNTRY HOMES AND 
PROPERTIES PROPERTIES 


ISO HOUSES FOR SALE [ISO HOUSES FOR SALI l ISO HOUSES FOR SALE 


ISO HOUSES FOR SALI 


YOUR HOME OR PROPERTY IS 
REQUIRED BY BLOCK BROS. 
1*D0 BLANSHARD ST 


ISLAND PACIFIC 
REALTY LTD. 

3200 Quadra 
388-6231 Anytime 


UNIVERSITY 
REALTY LTD. 

.3639 SHELBOURNE ST. 
IN THE PLAZA 
477-1855 


CANADA 

PERMANENT 


YACHTSMEN AND OTHERS COBBLE HILL R . RRn „ 

EK. m SI A YEAR TAXES 1969 BLOCK ****' 

It le located on a serviced >4 «r lot 3 bedroom full t m e em ent home on 2 

Sub* ^ S& 3636 SHELBOURNE ST. 

■undock. ta.w carprta Ftniohad i« tidy Bower gardene and Bred* fc- ee a 
roam Brand neve, ready to move dotted throughout remainder el 
Into, am tM* beauty a* IID.IOn property, U on community water 477-1841 

SSt-MH K DROST 856-2427 eyeteen end quiet rood (ton to 
SAANICH PENINSULA inenaport. artrola end ebope. Ideal 

PROPERTIES LTD , SIDNEY for family or retirement fYIRTYWA RAV 

FuH price only Jill.9111 Tty vnur LAMvUUVA BAX 
down payment Exiting 7 per cert 220’ PRESTIGE 


X BOULTBEE X 
X SWEET X 
X Realty X 
X L{d. X 


THE COMPANY THAT 
' TRADES'' 


OPEN HOUSE 
836 ELRICK 

(oft RockheAgtota) 

SAT. 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. 

m 


OPEN HOUSE 
1697 EARLE STREET 
SAT. at 1:30-4:00 p.m. 

Needy decorated, immediate paa- 
aoataun. 2 bedroom* on the melr 
floor, ptuj 2 more In the full high 
beeement Ado nr 121.500 Ceil 3* 
1361 or MADGE MOLfc. KAM at 
DON ROBBINS, 382-760. 


JUBILEE 

AREA 

For a large family — 3 bednx 

( lua one In beeement, Knell 
Indern ktehar, name your ler 
Price firm. 816.900 Doug Bin 
384-8309 anytime 

GEORGE RANDALL 
737 PANDORA 


Well-built 3-bedroom home In Lang¬ 


ford aree for Ideal family living. 
Pull % acre level lot on quiet I 
street. Full price *17,900 —only 
17.500 down. Cell: 

Jim Anderson 
388-55CL ANYTIME 


SAT COLONIST FOR FULL DE 
TAILS. BEST FINANCING IN 
TOWN 

RACHEL OR 
ART PARSONS 
SS8-6231 RES. 385-6863 


NEW HOMES—CROICI AREA 
We have one home flnlehad end 
aw nearly completed — and four 
choice Iota a till left to build your 
home on. Good financing available 
Drive out to Criwnod Comer- 
Gotdtaream Ave. at Van Tilburg — 
the view at the GoH Count li 
twine. 

478-4863 Reh Home* Ltd 


GORDON HEAD 
FULL SEAVIEW 
ESTATE SALE 
VACANT 

Living room with fireplace, formal 
dining room, large kitchen with eat¬ 
ing area, full eundeck, *11 with mag¬ 
nificent eea views. Three bedroom*, 
lull baaement ready for development 
Atkin* price *37,500. For further 
information please contact: 

Jon Devi* 

388-5561 ANYTIME 


ON THE SLOP'S 
Spotlessly dean modern 2 or 


3-bedroom home In the best 
part of Oak Bay. Full price 
531,500. For appointment to 


view call Mrs. PeterHen, 388-, 
\ 6231. 


OPEN HOUSE 

SATURDAY AND SUNDAY. DSC. I 
13 and M 

1 p.m.-5 p.m. By wmer 
2830 17m Rite. S bedroom* 2 
bathe, baaemeia. hot water heating. 
Hying room with Breptae*. eeparate 
dining room. *23.000 total. *3.001 
down for prior appointment- Phone 


X BOULTBEE X 
X SWEET X 
X Realty X 
X Ltd. X 


FAIRFIELD 

A charming J-bedroom home In • 


very nice part of tha city Ify«i 
don’t Ilka ttucco than thla white 
ahaka flolfh will plea** you at only 
*24,300. To view call „ 

GRAE LANGSTON 
388-6231 OR 386-8596 

COUNTRY SPECIAL 
Modem 2 -bedroom full 
hagement home on Vi acre 
property in beautiful Brent¬ 
wood. Full price $22,500. 
MRS. PETERSEN, 388-6231 

FAIRFIELD 

519,900 

Uludlvt. anuaiteitily located. no- 


VACANT AND 
OPEN 

SATURDAY 1:30-4 P.M. 

907 McADOO 

(OFF CALUMET) 

I Move right tnl Covy, Ml hose 
ment 2 -hedroom home with extra i_, r 
I bedroom (or office; and ptmntAog Hr 
drawn WiklLdntf fMitanm in l _ _ 


479-1312. 


Oak Bay 

Beach Drive at the Wjkjj. ^SS^SSSJK 5?5 
Legal duplex or 6-oearoom wide driveway with double 
DRIVE-IN G ARAGE, 80x120 
TRBBD VIEIW LOT. *88.300 ONLY 
K31 PIT MONTHLY. D. ROBERT¬ 
SON. 383-0897 RES. BYRON PRICE 
A ASSOCIATES LTD.. 386*43* 


SELLING NOW 
LATER??? 


A high valley view lot on AgnM 
Street. BuUd vour own ham* m a 
quiet area cloee to achoal* and 
Full price *T,7*> wtth good 
Call: 

Jlra Andenon 
383-5681 ANYTIMH 


Have genuine buyer* tor 3 to 4- 
badrocm home with baaement. 
tome eecluilon. would prefer Cad 
boro Bay vteMty, bat flexible. AN 
cath under *10.000. Occupancy 
could be eprlogeeumnn or aonnar. 

I Hefty She*. 3*2 *213 ot 


in Me new horn* In Sidney J 47 jjqq 

Th»» new 1.300 aq. R S hedrooni ), * flat cuafcoi built home 

basement borne hat lit* Ml owing wMl 2 bedruomt, full basement 

appealing teatairea. ,.u* extra nmuner hndroomi in the 

—Kxcluilvt Mediterranean design boathouse, 2 large eundedu. Wond- 
cahlnete dividing apartoua kitchen erful vtawi Ttt:. --- -- 

and dtmng room acroea Sataltlt* Channel. 

—Large LR with whit* brick bear*. T“c" i 5 - 

flreplace against • 1 m u la t e d to aflers with goad lermi _ . 

plankad feature wail. even a Captain* Cabin with bunks 

—Dmble links tel In matching and »oace ft* m»o room. 1 Call 

Mad design vanity In bathroom. SYDNEY CLENDINNENG. *T7-S4«. 
—Enault* bath tn Mastsr bsdrm. 

—W-W carpet throughout 
—Glee* doors la paUo 
-Awag lamia In velvet wed 
papered Cathedral ent > 

—Stained cadar riding exkmkr with 
Bay window. 

—Shale* roo4. Comer lot. 

—Double attached carport 
Thl* home a priced at *27,900 by 
hulkler tor Xmas sale With Govt, 
second mttte . a tuari doac 


terma 


wld* windows p| e , w rail Betty She*. 3*2 *213 ot 

-, - — Private Rithta Agenda* or Graham Iretand 

Well me Intel red home open 65-4408 1 Quadra Realty Ud 385 

- _»K --- -->- 14J1 ( j4 hrl ) 


1. V.L.A. PROPERTIES 

1 have teveral good open properties, 
half acre to 5 acre* Qualltad for 
VLA price 0.300 to 11,300 Also 
some good homes on half tors to 1 
acre, rangtng from 112.000 to *19.300 
with and without bass marl They 
qualify. 


„ , — . under ranuruixuxi now win or \ *vj 

Royal Oak ready tor occupancy about J*n 'g/ikl 

TVlivhtful Y*h Lovely view of San Juan i 

ueugnnui islands gs.no down. *193 per 

2-bedroom home month, rw.sso ruu price, with use nS ^ 

ON 9/10 ACRE-SECLUDED. FISH at B.C. GoVt 2nd Mtg CaH »>A 

IN YOUR OWN STREAM. EARLY Universal Builders. 478-5S48 to see. 

^^IrL^GED PR 1CE t3j m NORTH OAK BAY 

TERMS ARRANGED. cs.oon - Near Uplands slope, iMT>- 

beach and shopping. Beautiful home ..•jV.IvYj:, 
South Oak Bay of sbe rooms plus flntehed high base- 

,, j ... , , rnent. wUh 2 V 4 extra rooms, garage, SpDi 

% acre groundg with R brick ,hn:bs and lawn. Musi be seen ' ,V 
and Stucco large 3-bedroom >™ae and refrigerator In 

home. r Marconi Realty — 386-3841 

A PLEASURE TO SHOW. VIEW -„,.p- martroTd 

^ r CU 0 1 ^|r. H0ME AND ^ 

TtoJSS any of abov. caU R 

Dn. *1*2 per month, *34,830 fun 
Pop Thomas, pda* ammiete with double mateh- 

384-7128 or Res. 384-5116 ^ UnlVtrm ' au,,d “" 


itatQl home taaturlf* two 

boArooni hardwood goon, f I r e ■ 
otatx an! extra targe uttaty room 
alt Hkhai CaU 3B8-62S1 anytime 
KTIR BARDON or 
ANN* DUGGAN 

RETIREMENT OR 
STARTER 

Ttaa pretty two-bertrocm ecttag*. 
located m a quiet street, la t" 
perfect aider and the level, treed 
tot iretto. It easy to muntain. 
Bardnood ton ultaty off Wtrfveo, 
lots of ctoeet ap^e. All M knt 
gn.aott Try your ofler. Cak 888 ^231 
unttiu PURER BARDON Of 
ANNE DUGGAN 

VACANT 

NEWLYWEDS DREAM 
f*0 MICE TO RAIS* 

90 OCSY TO BUY 
IKY YOUR DOWN PAYMENT 
Bonita*! Wiedmom imatar hniVw 
Reaiglt* lot wtth view. Taxe* only 
g5fi per year. Move In tor Xmas 
A**w«fc.S00. 

RADKBL PARSONS 
8884031: Res 38C-SW 


3. ALBERT HEAD 

4.1 ac. *14,000 Wall drained wooded 
srreage wtth 4B0 fl fmntags on 
Duke Rd. BotXhweatarty exposure, 
near the water. Sign on property 
D. L. MACDONELL 
ssf-igaa man 

B.C. LAND 


WATERFRONT. 
GORDON HEAD 
548,500 F.P. 

Jusl 6 year* old. 3 bed¬ 
rooms, 2% bathrooms, den 
(4th bedroom), family room 
(F.P.). The living room has 
an old brick (full wall) 


LISTINGS WANTED. 
THINKING OF SELLING? 




DUPLEX ZONED LOT 
ESQUIMALT 
58,500 

CALL DELMAR HOEGI 
388-7521 or 652-2541 
BOORMEN INVESTMENT 
OO. LTD. 

1111 GOVERNMENT 
STREET 


Unusually fine! Everyone 
will admire design of lace. 

For expert knitters! Make 
this beautiful lace blouse in 

Full Dsaamenc. t-oesime in-caw nine, i , _ _ . ;.u 

Double carport. Sumtack priced to a dressy yam to wear with 

° r ion « evenin e akirt *’ 

Newitead Realty _. pants for the holidays. Pat- 


OPEN HOUSE 
(SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE) 
—SOOKE— 


6767 EUSTACE ROAD 
SATURDAY 2-4 P.M. 

(Drive to hesrt of Sookr and turn 
right on Otter 1 potr* Road Tlsks 

first left on Eustace ) 

Lmmediste poaseeston. We Invite 
(no stamps, please) for each you to iramoct thi. umuuaUy we«- 
.. . , priced home whlrti could not be 

pattern — add la cents lor replaced at the trice of gis.son 

each pattern for first-lass 2£«***Z 

mailing and special handling — 3 bedroom* - jumh toot uving 

- -tn T jt.irn Wheeler care of r 0 ?™ .3. “ 


CADBORO BAY VILLAGE 
GOOD HOLDING PROraRTY 
WITH EXISTING KEWENUF. cm 
lultiUe S-iof eubdlvttton NOW. 
OPEN TO OFFERS. TRAOTS OR 
PAPER ON ASKING PlRgGE Off 
(23.900. Til. 477-S4C 

477-1841 

SYDNEY CLBNDfNNENG. 

Block Rroa Ratoty Ltd 
nuic KBTOS REALTY LTD 

3H Aittbrrn* ■ 


STOP LOOKING 

Clcen. ttuooo. 3 hadroome. hfrt 
baeemerf roughed-tn tor Ird BR 
Ftrentace, WW otay *2.900 
KEN WRIGHT aaSdSBI or 382*408 


SUNSET REALTY 
DRIVE-BYS 


BY ARCHmCT^BUILDSR, UN¬ 
USUAL NSW HOUSE ON LARGE 


NEW LISTING 
HIGH QUADRA 

Extremely well btag and appeal 


the w* Each lot hoi paeaed 
peroolattau teit and approved for 
u*e of eaptic tank. Ught water and 
telephone available. ExeaUaot loea 
Boa wtth that cotmtry atmoephere 
Price *7,700 par lot 

A E. DOLES. *88-4313 
Evening* 3*2-3311 

ROYAL TRUST 

Comer Government and Vlaw Strata 
Member VPlata Real Etaate 
Board. 


COLWOOD 
NEW HOME 
LOW DOWN PAYMENT 
525.900 


X BOULTBEE X 
X SWEET X 
X Realty X 
X Ltd. X 


In* 2 bedroom home, wtth thru 
haU. 27 ft. living roam and dining 
roam In line, with hardwood floors 
and brick fireplace, rtectrta 
catanet kgrtien with breakfoxt 
nook, fug high baaement wtth 
potential Um development, drlve¬ 
la garage. *1x129 landscaped lot 

Aaklrw *99.900 CaU 1BM3* or ,__ 

MADGE HOLE 3B2-5386 or DON *-xLrtment on 
ROBBINS 582-790. - 


SEWERED LOT 
HIGH LOCATION 
2-MILE CIRCLE 
$7,250 

DICK JAMES, 385-2481 
SWINERTON, STEWART 
CLARK, LTD. 

OPEN HOUSE “ 
Investment Opportunity 

One *are (three 70x210 total, and 
Inunacalefa 2 -g bdm. home 


METROPOLITAN REALTY 
LTD. 


» hSSe, New dramatic 1970 Needle- 

v-piace, 1 taring craft Catalogue — inapira- 
tion on every page! Over 

_ 200 designs, 3 free patterns! 

DD and bay, Dresses, jackets, accessories 
i be arranged to kmt, crochet . . . QUlltS, 

«; M toys- afghans, embroidery, 
coil univerui sewing, weaving. Only 50c. 

50 Instant Gifts—fashions, 
accessories, toys. Send 60c. 

Book of 16 Jiffy Rugs to 
knit, crochet, sew, weave, 
hook. 60c. 

Book of 12 Prize Afghans, i 
60c. 

Book No. 1—16 Superb 
Quilts. 60c. 

Book No. 2 — Museum 
Quilts — 12 rare outstanding 
quilts. 60c. 

Book No. 3—Quilts for To¬ 
day's Uvtng. 15 unique 
' quilts. 60 c. 


RETIRED? 

LdSTB MAKE A TRAEW! 

Yaw tvxiar for thl* beautiful ro-op 

_;__ ... the beta part Of 

BEACH DRIVE near the MARINA 
with a halcony and an exciting SEA 
VIEW —- “ - *' 

living, 


3 arret of iKlunlon wtth ino feet 
ot waterfront on Rail Sonka Road 
Full price *47.000 wtth good term* 
Call: 

Jim Andenon 
98H-SM1 ANYTIME 


UflC oq. A- Inrtudei M*30 

dining rorahlnation. 2 tvttn 
bedrntan*. wnart mextarn WtChen 
equipped with rang*, rtartgarutor 
_*? and fan Ampt* atoras* tortgtlea 
Zrt Wmtl tn wall over oak In Iwtorm 
ana Weil eotaoped 4 pee btahroom 
hardiixxl Boora, entraiK* and vfWJIahxlCARPORT tactuded An 
centmi hog. Large kllrtwn, range noueuri ncvocttintty. aall today tor 
and fridge Included, doae to all ftiH Informotton: 
convenience*. Arictng *21,90) but KH-SL 6 MR GRBIBNE BHMnSS \ 
ail c/Urn Mil be onntadered Col) Pemberton. Btamee lid. 

3HB.13K1 or MADGE HOLE 3 W««B -—--- 

or DON ROBBINS 6BQ-70U OPEN HOUSE 

RLLSIDE AND COOK —OAK BAY— 

tEW LISTING 2988 WESTDOWNE ROAD 

Coay. epriloa* 2 bedrocm home. SATURDAY 1:30-4:10 

vary T^crty nnlrfierf main floor 

aran rec. room area. Car port wit* TWa U a lovely Ujv * PrciMW 
extra paridns (rfT ttie hack lan« area AaklnR t29,K0<i. Featuring. 1 
Vary rice yard with potto and bedrooms, living room with flre- 
Irun tree". Only lU.Sflt Term* place, eeparate dining room, large 
available We wtl I alao trad* kitchen with Mparale eating area 
RON CROW 386-1381 or 5a2-4B8B. Family room, workshop, J*»p"ry 


FAIRFIELD 

VACANT 


PARKSVILLE 
WATERV1EW LOTS 


with aweeplna aeavlewn - Approx Vi 
acre and II if u aaw—Aoktng 
*4,000 and M.BOO reecec t lvaly—O,*oc 
On —Bal. at 8 par cell*. 

CALL:— 

GARY MENZEL 
Off. 3884271 Res. 384-7650 

J H. Whlttocna A Co. Ltd. 


3*08 ASCOT DRIVE 
SAT. 1:80 to «:*> .m. 

See my dlaptay ad Erl Time*. Sat 
Colonial. 

S8BE7SI BILL TYSON 4T7«I7 
Croim Realty, G. D. Paaker 
Hoirttagv Ud.. 737 Johnacn St 

WOULD YOU BELIEVE MOO PER 
ACRE ON LOWER VANCOUVER 
ISLAND? 

I win ahem you approx. 82 arraa an 

Happy Valfaj Road. Fril prtca 
*19.SB with Hi,000 down and 
balance to vandcr an an ogroetnonf 
for ealc. 

CALL C. M. (BUD) FORBES, 983- 
*781. RES 9D-JML 
Crown Realty, G. D. Paaker 
Holding! Ltd. 727 Johnaon 3t _ 

CORDOVA BAY 
CHOICE SEAVIEW LOT 
CARLOSS PLACE, off Tretaop 
Hrighte 8 DX 1 IB Bone plan* tn- 
duaed at the price at aoty gU.,900 
with terma. Call 3M-8Q01. 

RON BLACK 

Brtwdvtaw Prapertlea Ud. 


10 MILE POINT 
SEA VIEW 
4 BEDROOMS 
$37,900 


July 3L '70. Lane lodge Wtth 

dining, donco, private party, TV _ 

room*, plua modern ewlmmfng pool, 
for the uae eg the tot owner*. 
Excellent hiring, awlmming on (ha 
sandy beachaa. Deep B*y baton 1 Vi 
mile with year-round anchorage ad 
1 .orated 42 mllea north ot Nanaimo. n 

For mapa. prtca Hat [hone or write a* 
Frank H. Mclaughhn eve*. 758-91)2. 
Jack Goalee eve* 738-7*72, Nanttma 
Realty On , 17 Dbureh St Nanaimo 
734-2*11. Co 


3985 Medway Street 

Four lrvta split lervel detagn. with 
iota ta llrtng area. TTwre are 4 
bedroom*, 2 btaha. a nearlv- 
romidetad njmpu* mm, wil to 
seal! aarprttog ui hall*, living and 


LANSDOWNE AREA 

I Batooom home on * well 
landocaped lot, apace for atara 
care or trailer L-taiaped living 
and dlriitt area, mol 1 -to-watt over 
hardwood, fireplace, nicety 
flnltamd haaamert An exctalent 
buy at *31.500 with only *10.500 

down To view caU RON CROW. _ __ 

MW361 or 502-1886 SOOKE—$19,800 4 YEARS wEKrlok 

MAKE US AN OFFER 6767 E U S T A C E — Rx>. l o 

WE WILL TRADE SATURDAY 24 P.M. 3 ' 

Due to another redurtloo we on BEDROOM, FULL BASE- 9?*“, 

KttooS" hSi tor Uk <U" e M.« MENT. SEE COLUMN b;-ea 4- 
hSS h^N 'bedroima ^ 151-COUNTRY HOMES aSSl v. 

Lahapad Uving and dining room. AND PROPERTIES FOR - 101 ' tT7 ^ 
DETAILS. PAT DOERKSEN PRIVATE 
.Uh nrataaoe. roughed-tn plumh- - METROPOLITAN 
tng in baaement, alao 2 extra , tK . AJ 

room* con easily be flntehed, REALTY LTD. 386-3585. 


NORTH QUADRA 


BRENTWOOD BAY 
AN OUTSTANDING BUY 


approved. *3,500 down Total 
gia.tm. Cett JOHN TISDALLE, 3W 
29M Mayfair Realty Ud 


SIDNEY 

80' WATERFRONT 


OPEN HOUSE 


QUALITY BIULT 4-RY OLD, 3 
HDRM HOME ON A LARGE I 
RASY TO CARE FOR LOT Off I 
LAWNS AND FRUIT TREES, 
CLOSE TO SHOPS. SCHOOL AND 
BUSLINE. 

—12X3B- LIVING RM W-W 

CARPETS 

-lTxlT CAB. BLECTfUC ITT 

CHEW 

—4-PC VANITY BATH. 0-0*1 
HEAT 

-SEP UTILITY RM , ATTACHED 
GARAOC 

i —L.R. CRAPES AND TOOL SHED 
INCL. 

PRICK 
TERMS. 

TO VIEW CAU. ANYTIME. 
VICKERS 

BUS 385-SITS RES. B2- 

P. R. BROWN A SONS LTD 


MagriflOri* view Bun both laveti 
of Ihii writ planned 3 -badroam 
home with 1 acta at plumbing, 
ruinpue rocen with heath ate* fV 
and a tarrily room. The den ooriri 
he a 4th bearocen. living RM and 
dining RM are ttaddad by nataral 
rata FP and have loan of 
ahipdack oak Mein extra laatarei 
have been t&riudao to roeult in a 
m<xri rtiarmng "rteaeure-to-ahAv" 
tor *m.ooo. 


Today’s Your Day 


BURNSIDE HARRIET 
ACREAGE 


CLOSE IN 
RETIREMENT 
NO STEPS 
$16,900 


TWO ACRES 


Highway and T aland HIM may 
Prime motel or driva-to tata. Ota 
MKRVK OOULTBK. 4W-«MB 
Block Bros. Realty, 477-1M1 


MARIAN PRICE. 388-4401 

airier ITtapk Renettodere Ltd. 

ISORDON HEAD 
LARUE SEATOONT UJT 
Axmrox. 1 man, ta e te u tt i panorar 
viaw. Turn right ofl Panto Torn 
an Stave Wav. Sign an proper 
Atadng *n,BOB 


COULD BE LIMITED 
DIVIDEND 
APARTMENT SITE- 
66,000 SQ. FT. 


On Tyron ltd. tn Carte la 
Point, aluplag eea vlaw tot 
Nearly 1 acta Wtth 900 ft 
rood frontage, and lovely 
autherty npnri Aeldng 
112.500. Mr Elw*U, 477-3888. 
Gotten Hutme Lid., Akkra. 
BAUM. _ 

OLOBE TO MARINOS 
IN BRENTWOOD 

LOT 35X220' JUST STBPfl INCH 
THE WATERFRONT. 2 ROAD 
FRONTAGES — MARCKANT AND 
GRILSE LANE. GOOD HQLIiLNC 
PROPERTY. *8.000 
«e-U54 MBS V WKMH OMBSt 
GORDON BUUCK LTD 


ONLY *21,730 WITH 


QUUUROUM AREA 
■ arm ortlh 360’ at aea toontage, I- 
bednm home and nretaga ahaoltae 
•ertuaton. MIST BE BOLD Pieaae 

Trade jnur honor U you vritai onl«to* Mr. Cutaanoe, M5^4R] anyttone. 
W. oknoet-new alertly huUt 3- awtartttto. Stewart dart lid 
bad-oam buagakas (powder rovr 
In maator bedroom) an quiet CUL- 
DE-SAC by RfflSTHAVBN. Full 1 
h aaa enrta ha* iieoii flropiace 
rouabod to lor rec. roam and could 
have tan mm rooma CARPORT, 
iUNDECK. 72" wide lot would 
allow a acrai tor extra vehtalaa 
KK.900 with tort uwit MORT¬ 
GAGE. Try yarn otter ea the 
ertn-taue owner hoe OOKE TO 
SASKATCHEWAN. ALF PORCHER 


GARDNER AGENCIES Ltd. 


MUST BE SOLD 
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 


Realty Ltd., S»6SS1 


SUNSET REALTY 
818 CORMORANT ST. 


mckenzie douglas 

ACREAGE 

..j CHOICE ACRES PLUS J- 
BEDROOM HOME RENTED 1125 
MONTH TO BE SEWERED AND 

..-SUBDIVIDED INTO APPROX 21 

mtoanoa LOTS ASKING 00.00*. lot MOST 
broeilent GAGE *10.00*. 1 PER CENT EZ 
I Ruoa MONTH a. DEVLIN- CONCORD 
REALTY LTD—388-8471 or 3*2-77®). 


PRIVATE RA-IJt 


Real Estate — Insurance 


SAT. AND SUN 1 A P.M. beteoorr 

334 Bertntner Drlva, taf MitChaitn 47RSH7K 

Hd , or for prior vtowtog or more ——— 
paiitoulan rail 478-13BS S RIVA . 1 

—-doae t. 

OPEN HOUSE 


1.77 ACRES 

With a two-beteoom (to 
home priced at *21,900 
2828 Soak* Road and CaH: 
Fred Vaugtian I 

592-3240 383-7721 


TOWN & COUNTRY 


ii7,son. 

C M. (BUD) FORBES, RES, M3- 
2380, OFF: 3854Q3L 
Crown Realty, G. D FWtar 
Hnlrtlngi LM T77 Jobnoon St 


151 COUNTRY HOMES AND 
PROPERTIES 


CORDOVA BAY 


NORTH SAANICH 
ACREAGES 


2 ACRES 
SEAVIEW 
4 BEDROOMS 
buag* EASY FINANCING 

being 

~ J Situated to beautiful aounlryttde. 

luit to mtnolei from town thla 
king lew ranter otfera ewer )S00 
•l ilt cre nf crtarie Svlng 
Raiaed hearth Oreptaet and ml. 
(ovatai carptalng are featurae at 
•he ettototaive gvtng roan. The 
toartaue rhning room ta ts-ttne 
ami the kttrtam la larea onl 

bright. Thera ia Lwk ct nun 
hnard, ntoaet, ainrage and art 
el»j> apace plua attached garege 
ted unto I horn an prope rty 
Fto=rf=S ia very, very ran I* 
thl* coee, making a ora toe ■ 
tow doom latymeri If you wtah 
Atadng price la S2R.900. 

STEVE MOONEY 
385-7761 ANYTIME 


MAYFAIR REALTY LTD. SOLTTH PENDER 

WHITE STUCCO HOME ISLAND 

COUNTRY ACREAGE >* Uritorox.) «toh looo a. ct 

■atatri m il and a oonty haadh . 

oteod near Bortoe VWage on 1 M "yl' 

eroo. matey rtearad, partiv land- H "“ y 

loped. Two OMlta wUh autonetoc ” ._. 

2“-SS‘S y roS2 ^ WANTED TO BUY 

ddltton there la a arnorete tauoro HOUSES 


Bl95 SAPPHIRE 


Modern Home — 7% Acre* 

*12.500 

*4(1000 Fhw 3-bedroren hofna ta nmOeital 
*80,000 alovated poaUton cc 7% a. raa atti 

*5 SSrSF.^. tmTmS 


OAK BAY 
2552 EPWORTH 


* arraa leva) loom 
10 acrei level loam 
18.4 ocm pataare 
Term* can b* arrongod oa _ 
the abort - call FRANK HIJTI 
Pwnharton. Holme* Ltd. 

384-8126 


SATURDAY 2d P.M- 


LIMITED 

Town and Country Shopping Centre 
107 Dougin St 
382-7278 

Man.-Frl. »:*«:00 S»L 9;0*-5:00 


Charmina compart oo-taep 
low with eecund beteoom 
developad. Cttte to ff*X» 
and bun. For prior viewii 
i Neva Pentte. Mertopohtan 
Ud.. 3SA3S85. 


Cloee to St. Patrick'* Church on 
Haul lain and tn Catholic ochooli. *- 
room bungalow In ipotleea condition. 
Living room wtth fireplace, dining 


UPLANDS 


SEAVIEW APT. SITE 


Lots* end baauttog tot. oninn « 
•c., eat ot ato-dewK. (MHO (Mil 
MRS. PHASER, 477-MU. 

Block Brae. Realty, 477-IB41 


NEW NHA 
PER CENT 

BUY DIRECT AND SAVE 


r LOCATION 
Good routable 


382-1481 


Prime RSQUIMAL' 

120x17] an aawvr 
rider hapa on pro 

--- —. . tarmn to torotaghtad 

ponchaaa a hetne to toe plane of build later. Call 
ytw rttoine. Stay in yaw prevent 384-9136 MR GREHNF 3»«ns 
home until rewh to move AG Paenbartoo, Holmae lhd 

HORCBER, SNS-asfc or 884-8828 -——— — 

MAYTAB) RBADTY LTD 

VANCOUVER”BUYER^'HEEDS tare. 
lue 1 In Ml bedroom, full ha earner* home by FOR SALE 

living and January If, U7d W1H be In Victoria _ ... „ , . __, 

esliofi any weekend tn view. Areaa not •TxllS, Saanlcfc* Rowland St 
denrf kttc^ien. imiHattanl Pleeie call Prtca 11,900. CflOtacl! 

drtd, rinse JEM ANDERSON ^ wrCTnW 

Uxm under 388-5562 Anytime r * W£j5AUW 

S£ BOULTBEE, SWEET REALTY MMIfl QUADRA REALTY LTD 
i, 7» - 3S8-5SE1 SEVERAL SEWERED LOTS 

rt-tC«np-rt PRME B SEOOmkARY! 

- t'T a-tEHT .waite a SriMdroam. 1 LOT MAN' at RIALCARE ESTATES 

RONT OQ ™~” 1 Mre- ' ^ 


LEAVING TOWN? 


CLOSE TO SEA 
5366 PARKER AVE. 

3 bedroom* and a full high 
baaement In toil immaculate home 
will give you a apor.ioia relaxed 
Uving, 1,380 aq. ft, cm main floor 
wtah tade toroute hata. Mortar 
bedroom ha* alparala 2 -pae bath 
aif Only fi year* rid and better 
man iw Large kit fttay laml- 
»Cta>«l * Trie prloe only S3B.9W 
Drive hy and ntal tor an appoint- 
I menl to Mew: 

asm GUFF BALMOND 477-3628 
or MAURIQE BARLTROP 384-4661 


FOR DETAILS ON THIS AND 
OTHER HOMES CALL NOW 

Koxapl Contaructlan Co. Ud. 
Call *8^8191 AnyUm* 3S5-480S 
Aik for JACK DAVIS 


COUNTRY LIVING 
WITHIN 5 MILES 


<WIMt 


VACANT 
11XW MCGREGOR 
2-1 P.M. SAT.. UTH DEC . 1981 

PANORAMIC VIEW—3 or 8 bad- 
roomi. beautifully updated, artttaic 
older home. 

LEE FORBES In atteratanoe. 385 
143L 

QUADRA REALTY LTD- 


TODAY Is the day to start 
thinking ol 1970 and this Is 
the shape to launch a bril¬ 
liant season. Has curvy yoke, 
crisp lines, Battering band 
co Bar. 

Printed Pattern 9G79: New 

Misses’ Sizes 8, 10,12,14, 16, ,o - tax>p«~ 6^~> tro*» beach. g 2 ,soo :»rm. a r srxuir _ i 

18. Size 12 (bust 54) takes omdou^ww^oontader ^my jeaaon- CASH FOR OLDER HOMES cSS?y R Sttfud 82 ’ 771 *' ramn Rte N MteT 

C(v(u_H.ro -ante fix -1 i n nu Jnrii Salvador ffta-2797 Anywhere, etiftable for renovation. OOUWOOS) AH) WETTTHOSd IXfTS 2 ACRES 
Stxty-nve cents ttoc) m ‘ Prefer concrete foundation and prob H-attM taaeta tote. *me with eea wtth greanh 

oobts (no stamps, please) for -_____- ebly requiring new furnace Good vwv Fn* 2 acnw or max 

^ n— 1 »« STTUATED NEAR MAPLE BAY IN r«nUl area Irene Dtaziel. 38**23' *6.500 to *7.1SH. Good tarorw avail- J ) IMema a. 

eaoh pattern — add ID cents cow 1.500 ft. of walarfroM n ’ 88M892 Block Bros. Realty tate vocs MrKEAl.F. IT 1 - >5- mmu Rm 

for each pattern for Brat- ** “*« to total. For further inter- t am 1 Rrtv vraiu i niiTicn. J B °* k l ,d * 7 ^ PAVEn 8n 

. eacn I , nteion ptxme G. McWIIItam. 3ffi-«ll to® Ql He* ) Bc.otlful tr 

class mailing and special or m 902 2*0 Bland Parifle Itopratteel y for ca ab. If — - -1_: sianmaa m 

handling. Print plainly size. «—v. 3200_Quodre st_S ,U ^«S M 

and style SSff'LJ 


COUNTRY HOMES 


Saanich and Sldtwy priced trom 
**-401 to 133.000 Lam dawn 
paymenia. Tn viaw any or all. call: 
F SHERWOOD ta JBS-TKH 
BOORMAN INVEfrrMRNT CO 
LTD 

UU QOVERMMENT STREET 

MEDROOM HOME 
IN fttlteEY 

IMMACULATE CLOW TO 
SCHOOLS AND MARINA VERY 
GOOD BUY AT I.A300 
WA-nSA MRS r WEBB gg III! 

GORDON HV7.MF !.TD 


Cootary Ptam. Full mtt* *18.800 W* now hava ancther at our 
aotosig Fu* dataila tram: wonderful hcriri? ready far your 

YftTni RICK KIN NIS 47B-18S8 I«petal on timmiim 8 9J»d 

MAURICE BJlRLTROP bed morn*, living room, dining room, 

SSB-7721 984-4554 Cretawood IdtchM ted va^ty. 

------ C athedrml ■ntraore. Rough*d-iQ 

4 BEDROOM - 4 YR. OLD $g?%& “ow^S? raJ 
$26,700 - 2/3 ACRE ^ 

step llte tba beautiful life In HID: »!■**. ^ **- 

ser iSSd 'AFT&J2K. w owjjw. 

^ria^a to thta&U d toto. ZT 

S5S? Xtrorto* Witt ttde of Inal da and out. extra ttdi M M 
& Parinauia Yau'U leva the Mk*- Mgh baaemeni with room ft* 
new condition. Hw big oundeck off further devoiopment. Main floor 
the dining "L”. the flreplace. big teatong living room, family room, 
window! ant hardwood of the living kltchaigtai and large dining era* 
rm, the apart can red room, and toe Attractive hall entrance way. Full 
fart that *1) bedrooms are twin-bed price 121.000, 386-1101 ter appoint 
■lar Small fruit*, fruit and nut tree*, merit to viaw. 

and good oail ready for planting._ _ - 

*Mur* you living coat* could lie PRIVJflTfci—ttariOM HOUSE 

minimum Here hearty And utility Saturday Sunday, 14 pm 
ora mated U) perfection. fl® Pine 

Bpodeag 2 or 8 b e tau cm, tal 
GRAY LORENZEN . furrero*. now wiring, enay rtumh; 

KO _ m ~ C1 tog. ckta* to everytiteg Cortd itet 

652-1038 or 3H2-/ibl p -< Lyyw \—n oa w gu 

| C J. McLeod Realty Ltd. ■* si . 


Suuld produce at total II oewered 
tote. Cnty S®,UOO (axoalent fingoc- 

^i' nO NOT RBAID KHH UMLB83 
YOU ore wealthy 2 brand now 
ouatolv hamea 'on Searti Drive 
* 86.000 and 888 JJ 00 reaperttetay 

HOffALX) Y. CANNON (Soda-Ldr.) 
Rea. 8564BOO or 30-076 124 homi 


name, 
number. 

Send order to Marian Mar- JJaEflcr 
tin, care of The Daily Colon- <M W ) 
i*., l'fittem Dept 60 Front 
New FaH-Winter Pattern 
Catalogue — over 100 styles, 
free patteffa coupon 50c. Bert Need*, 
Instant Sewing Book sew w rn u 
today, wear tomorrow. $1. 

Instant Fashion Book — BtenaroSffi 
what-toweac anawera, a o cag re* an* 
sory, figure dps 1 Only $1. 


;S? C \S& I have aeveowi cliaut* wanting rider Hoooa* 

I k SC-ltU <*■ 479.MR rh.r.otBr home* to rejuvtaoia. Aak 

» Btaol Oak ^ pricf from ysgSO OHD ““i, 

__ Mm. Mary Hnttzata. Newtaewd RmUty 

AN BLAND SAFE Ud.. 382 8117 or «8-gT8. _ WAJtrt 

WANTED: 2 ted *-HKD ROOM nmt re 

riiarta oniv p*_ home* any area under *30.000. Call garttal 

■SjJb wato' s££*r R«rl MCLAOhlan. 386-29S1 ta 80S 
M lid 3672. National Tru*t Real Eitale 

--Dopt . Hilleide Shopping Centra 

LAKE. 2 ACRES. 200 -- 

ler 1 met uw rtda DO YOU HAVE? 

m2, ^ A 2 Oft J-BDHM. DC LURE RE 

—--- - TIRF.MF.NT HOME *30,000 CASH 

_WALL BOUSE WTTH 

1 frontage or CnwichaB Lake Baal daw OATEIWIN BYRON 

after 74IL37M PRICE A ASSOCIATES LTD 


OPEN HOUSE 
2298 MARLENE CRESC. 

1:10 P.M. - 4 P M 

FRX. - SAT. - SUN. 


BRENTWOOD 
Properties Ltd. 

Your Brentwood Bay Realtor 
for properties and insuranoe 
652-1141 


How home with many outatandlngi 
Malum QualiDaa Gov't gruu. 
l.Sto aq- ft- o" to* main 

Frtl baaement—2nd fireplace 
. . (one roughed) 


1 SSMERBD BUILDING LOTS. 
Iveta, with view. 70 ft. frontage 
North Quadra. I8B5I1 each 47S-64&1 


Triple plumbing 
75x150 (reed lot 
arg» Mortgage available making 




V 


36 fiatln (Salonial. Victoria, B.C., Saturday, Doc. 13, 1 
154 MtOnitTY FOR SALK 


969 


EXPERIMENTAL FARM AREA, 
fantastic m view, H ton, CU.aoo. 
Privet*. «6-4487 

LOT, TM«, ALL SERVICES IN. 
110.500 383-Uflt 

B ACRE TREED LOTS CUBE IN 
on Book* RA *7.500. 87*4*75. _ 

155 PROPERTY WANTiD 


WANTED 
IMMEDIATELY 
—Sewered loti 
—Acreage 

—Apartment Eta* 

CASH 

Easapl Conatrnctlan Co. Ltd. 


S 8681 S 1 anytime 


PROPERTY WANTED 

We have client* who require 
property aul table tor Condominium 
or oonvcntlonal apartment*. rub 
dtvttton and alngla lota. 

Slegg Bros. Realty Ltd. 

SO Broughton SL 

_ aafrOM anytime _ 

REQUIRED - MF.TCBOfilN 
Colwood area — V.L.A, aired lot 
with water and hydro. Have client 
who Wta pay op to *7.500. Pleaae 
call Bill BatM, mJMl <34 hra.l or 
tea. 471-9981. J. B. Royal Oak 
Propartlea Ltd. _ 

CLIENT WANTS HORSE PASTURE 
of approx 10 acrea with aound 3- 
bedroom home within ID ndlaa Ol 
Victoria. . 

Frank Beamish — Johnaton A Ca 

Lid. MMtn ___ 

Required for die** from Calgary 5- 
berttoan Ivan*. Moat have full 
basement and be near tattwHc 
achool. *H«B.000 Bill Ftf*. 3BW2B 
or 8 08-7038. Blodi Broa ReaJtv 

Lota at vtmp that mn be MB 
ob an; area. Karl MeLachlan. 5B3 
<*» or 388 3*81 Nattunei Tnainaal 
Eatate Dept Hllltlde Sho p Centre. 

LOTS OR ACREAGE IN ANY AREA 
Vickery and Son* Ltd. 

5tn-m«a _ 

ID,000 TO D.OOC SQ. FT. 
proparly on «*wer. Apply 182 3*17. 


12,000 




ON SEWER SMALL 


156 ACRCAQi M5* SALK 
AND WANTED 

GOBBLE HILL 
33 CHOICE ACHES 


ha been operated al amaE farm, 
frame bun**'— 

PMt&l— — 
on t roada 
0.000. 




ALSO 


« acre* wtth 

aecond jraw* 


Quick aale Mi mth) FVaae cal 
Mr Cutanc*. SHDAUm anytime 
■tataertra. Stoaart Clartt. Ltd. 

CENTRAL SAANICH 

A—20.ll acrea, cleared view land- 
Front*** on two road* Piped 

water plue good drilled well. 

Prira *80.000. 

B—121 acre* partly treed land. 

Ideal for email trull* or Uva- 

atock. Price *53.000 

C—7 acrea treed parklha find 
nf erring aeclualon plua View 
Price IRIIlMi caab. 

Sfi-.te® Al Vlrkere 8520288 

P. R Brown A Bona Ltd. 

LOVELY USABLE 
NORTH PENDER 

Acreage In kta from 14 acre In Mae 
up to 10 ana priced from <800 to 
*10.000. All wooded with aom* An* 
vlewa and excellent road frontage 
wKh Hydro. To build tor today or 
aave for th* morrow, you can't beat 
Ml 

GRAY LORENZEN 
652-1038 or 382-2161 

C. J McLeod RaaMy Ud 

COUNTRY SQUIRES. GOLFERS 
DESIRABLE ARDMORE 
ACREAGE! 

The brM 5 ac. In N. Saanich to 
keep a Horae and but Id yourself a 
country home. 14 cleared, 14 
parkland with view. Close to Golf 
Club. Flying and boating. Good 
term*. 

*19.500 

8584000 K_ DR08T 056-3*27 
SAAN IQj PENH SUDA 
PROPE RTM6 LTD., »D«T 

17 MS9E9 THEM) 

LANDS EKD HOAD 
TWi had to Moping. beaMMully 
treed, with acme made hi aaally 
•uhdlvMable, (toe to long road 
frontage of over 1,000 feet, when 
restriction* are eaaed. Aorraa tram 
subdivision of 135440.000 home* 
Sdiwert* Bay and Marinas nearby. 
AMdng *10,000. Try your often 
Wiiie of Whktocnea Rea. 877SK2B. 

OB SHS-OTt. 

J. H, Whiuoma A Co. Ltd. 


MALAHAT—MILL BAY 
GOBBLE HILL DOWICHAN 

I have acreages and loki kon 1 to 
75 acres In else suitable for bomax, 
farms, anbdtvtMona and trailer 
parka. For details mf wt Walt 
Bearn. T4MM6 Reside ore 7430478. 
MALAHAT REALTY LTD. 

RR L Cobble HIU. B.C. 

32750 PER ACRE 
VIEW PROPERTY 

FART BOOKE - KSV4 acres wttb 
gentle elope towards the sea. Bead) 
acceaa near. Piped water acroaa 
th* road. Phone F. OOLOMBJN 383 
7378 or Rea. MW. Town A 
CoenWy Realty Ud. 

HALF ACRE - *1,200. 

TREED LOT. Views, Willie Point. 
Highland District Ideal for bone. 
Trailer, ranmtoc. wlamlia. n«h 
tog BUY NO* TOR TH* FUTURE. 
MrCANDLESS REALTY «» Fort 
5SM111 — Eve'i an-un or 3M4BB 
LISTINGS or ALL TYPES 
NEEDED AND APPRECIATED 

TWO ACRES 

Glen Lake area. Asking *8,700 or tf 
that la too mall how about 10 acrea 
for *20.080 Call Island Pacific 
Realty and ask for 

GKAE LANGSTON 
SW-EZ31 anytime 
DEEP GOVE 

Tucked away off Clayton Rd ta 
toll detighlft* 1.17 in pared 
<266*545). An Ideal hideaway com- 
bfrdng aeeluatoe and natural tread 
beardy. 

(12.700 l Terms I 

(B8-UM ML ELWELL 4774BM 
Gordon Hufcne Ltd.. Sidney 

EXCLUSIVE SUBDIVISION 
For horae-minded people an weal 
aide of Elk Lake with a high dry 
location. View of the Sralta and 

Dk Lake Lot ilzea frem 18 acres 
to 10 am. Property adjoining 
pro po sed Blkwood Stable complex 
ROY TELFORD. 478-4804 
2 ACRES 

LEVEL — FERTILE BOIL - IN 
NORTH SAANICH . PAVEMENT. 
WATER AND PBRCED. ORLY 
HA500 

ROBS CORBY, 385-1451 
Quadra Realty Limited 

ACREAGE. - ntALL OR LARGE, 
SJBDIVTDABLE LAND. WANTED 
FOR CUE NTS AND OURSELVES 
SUNSET REALTY AND DETEIOP- 
MENTS LTD M8 CORMORANT 
STREET PH. *80-8407 _ 

ACREAGE FOR SALE! 

Larg* or xmalL with or wlthoal 
home. Building lot*, etc. Cm* 
GEORGE CHAN, the specialist la 
Land. 586 2BB5, Mayfair Realty Ltd 

GOBBLE HnZ 

ONE, 4-ACRE LOT, ORE, 5-ACRT. 
on quiet road. we8 treed R. 
Kennedy NMEBB 

Cl 1BBLE fU LL. I SUNNY ACRES 
««l fL on guud road, power, well 
treed with cedar, maple and 
arbutus. R Kennedy, 74.V2B3 

LARGE OR SMALL ACREAGE 
wanted, Langford. Me teheed n. Sooke 
areaa. Goldetream Propertle* Ud- 
178 5566 


158 


FARMS FOR SALK 
AND WANTID 


CENTRAL SAANICH, near Butcbarti 
Gardena and Brentwood fishing. 3.98 
acre working farm, land In top 
condition, divided In two equal 
parcel* each with good road front¬ 
age Main water, 1 good well* to 
addition. Older farm boo** to top 
clan condition. 34 bedroom*, plus 
large kitchen and larg* living room, 
good concrete basement. Double 
garage and older bam* *28,500 or 
near cash offer. 478-1277 DESMOND 
HOLMES 584-8128 

Pemberton. Holmes Ltd. 

BBAtrUFUL COMPLETE 
Tam. ta- mi*. Demi ItoeuL 
Private. Posted 


118 


FARMS FOR SALI 
AND WANTED 

BEAUTIFUL 
COMPACT FARM 

#14 aorei of aotthem alrqfrg 
pasture I grid to the best pari -f 
North Saanich presently uted at a 
Hobby Farm and la . fenced for 
hones The home It large with 
living room, dining room, nasty 
remodelled kitchen. 4 piece bath 

■and S be d roans on the main floor 
Large ham, other ote building* and 
an excellent well are Included. City 
water la available, *78,008 
Charles Mo&ory 
Bruce Oiamplon 
_ F. N. Cahaldu Ltd. _ 

HOBBY FARM 
DUNCAN AREA 
IDEAL INVESTMENT 

51 lovety am <10 cleared) farm 
with 700 feat on Item Canada 

Highway and TOO feet an Snmen i 

Rd. ExaaUsnt tor horaea rr cattle. 2 
Bedroom house, ham. dairy and 
eruenal outbidkkngx. A sprite ta 
water wpply and a 200 toot welt. 
Foil price (30.000 with eznetient 
terms Freddy Starke, 3883B1 or 
#17-5906 Block Bros. Reality. 

PORT ABLERNI 

Choice 70acre farm, modem 8 . 
badrtn. horns and farm buildings and 
equipment Including 2 tractor* and 
25 head of mixed cattle. Thli farm 
has everything, hunting, fishing, 
and even tame Canada Geese. 35 
minutes from town cm blacktop 
road. All Ud* ta *<7,900 on term* 
Call 381-8001. 

ROY TELFORD or 
ANDREW DUNNING 

Broadvtow Propartlea Ltd. 


159 


aULF ISLANDS 
PROPERTIES 


PENDER ISLAND 
Over 1,000’ waterfront with gravel 
beach. Smitharn exposure, 2 homee, 
large swimming pool, *75,000 
Treed lot fronting on Thieves Bay, 
sandy beach. 18,900. 

73' waterfront with gravel bench, 
piped water. Power *8000. 

Waterfront tot facing Swanaon 
Channel *8900. 

Large tot with 10ff waterfront, 
situated In nmtrrtad hay, areithem 
exposure (U,000. 

One acre of secluded property with 
over 200 waterfront, modern home 
with U' living room. Fireplace. 
OOM heetfne 155.900. 

FRED McLAUGHLXN 
583-7115 Ettema Realty Ltd 39R2WB 
letoria, B.C 


1800 Cook SL, Vic 


SALT SPRING ISLAND 

L Panoramic view, luxury rancher 
overlooking Trlcooasnall Charnel 
and 9t Mary's take, 1400 aq. ft c< 
rradous Itring, 5 bedrooms, 114 
balha. double carport, % acre. 
Asking *59.000 with teems. 

2 14 acre view lot In new sub- 
dhiitott, paved roads, drains, hydro 
In and on cablevlston. Asking *5,500. 
Call 386-1301 or MADE HOLE 383- 
5599 or DON ROBHIN8 595-780. 
Canada Permanent Trust Company 


SALT SPRING ISLAND 

3 Minutes tootn Vesuvius Ferny, on 
V4 acres, with toll view fg Lake 9t. 
Mary, 3 bertoooms, fun basemoV, 
rumpus roam, vanity 4 pee bath, 
dining mv hasxlwood floors. #14 pec 
cent flnanelog, pseaeeilly naked ta 
good tenants Exxwpdnnvl Inveat- 
meed ad S19.50Q. 

J. J. WILLIAMS 
at 386-3231 


NICE BUILDING LOT 

1.47 acres of level cleared land. 
South Salt Spring I*. Some ocean 
view. 180 fl on road. Phone and 
hydro. Good well on adjoining lot 
*5.500 1 * 2,000 down) 

LEVERTON REALTY 
585-8012 of! 3954679 re*. 


GALIANO ISLAND 

South end — 498 seres. Lovely 
building site among trees. Full price 
*9.000 - *4,500 down. Call JOBN 
TISDALLE, 3884955. Mayfair 
Realty Ltd. 

INVEST TOR 1970 IN 23 Acrea of 
lovely Pender Island for only *22.000 
with terms Peaceful, beeutlful and 
could be subdivided into 2 estate* 

with terms V Lalcnde, 381-075* 
Block Bros. Realty 


SALT SPRIHU LANDS LTD. 

Establlabed 1928 
Largest Gulf laUndi Realtor 
Box 09. Ganges Phooa 537-5515 


NOTICE TO CItF.nnrOttN 
AND OTHKBH 
ESTATE OF JOHN HEHJB 

Notice la hereby given that creditors 
and others having claim* against the 
estate of the above-named deceased, 
who died at Victoria, B.C., on August 
23rd, IBM, are hereby requested to aend 
them, properly verified by Statutory 
Declaration, In the undersigned at 103 
Royal Trust Building, Victoria, B.C., 
before the 12th day of January, 1970, 
after which date the Administrator will 
dlBirihtoa the said estate among the 
parties erf! tied I hereto, having regard 
only to the claims sM which he then 
baa notice. 

And an persona Indebted to the said 


NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND OTHERS 
ESTATE OF GEORGE HILL 

Notice la hereby given that creditors 
and atheri having claims against the 
.estate of ths above-named deceaaed, who 
estate are required tn pey their indebted- died at Victoria. B.C., on October 29th, 
nes s to aald Administrator forthwith. hggi, are hereby requested to send them, 
DATED at Victoria, BC, this 1st day <* |properly verified by Statutory Declara¬ 
tion, to the undersigned at 502 Royal 


December, 1981. 

Official Administrator for th* 
County of Victoria. 


Campbell River Probe 


Economic Picture 
Drawn by Survey 


CAMPBELL RIVER — 
Campbell River municipal 
council haa been told about the 
third phase d an economic 
development itudy which a 
management consultant teem 
has been preparing for the 
municipality and surrounding 
areas. 

Barry McDougaQ and Donald 
Murray of P. S. Rots and 
Partners al Vancouver said that 
the initial impetus for the study 
came from the provincial 
government which would share 
its coats with the municipality. 

Mr. McDougall said that 
Campbell River whs the first 
municipality in B.C, to take 
advantage of toe proposal, and 
Comox-StrathooDE was among 
the leaders in regional districts 
requesting such a study. 

FIRST PHASES 

The first two phases of toe 
survey are concerned mainly 
with toe local regional district 
and were discussed with a study 
committee Thursday afternoon. 

Mr. Murray explained to 
council that the study presented 
an outline erf the economic 
picture for toe district and toe 
prospects for expansion. The 
collection of facts contained in 
the study was primarily for 
information erf industries inter¬ 
ested in locating in toe district. 

The outline contains toe text 
of a promotional brochure for 
Campbell River. 


THE CORPORATION OF THE 
DISTRICT OF OAK BAY 

SEALED TENDERS wtU be received by 
the Corporation of the DHtrict nf Oak 
Bay up until 12:00 NOON, Monday, Jan¬ 
uary 12, 1970, at which time they will 
be opened In public at the Municipal 
Hall, for th* supply of the following: 

Two only varlahle epeed centrifugal 
■ewage pump* with ■ dettgn capacity 
of 450 g.p.m. at 40 feet total dynamic 
head, complete with automatic control 
ayatem and related equipment 
Coptoi of the apeclflcaUuRi may be oh 
tatoed from the Engineering Department 
Th* I caveat or any tender will not neca- 
aartly be accepted. 

G. a WHITE, P.Eng., 

Municipal Engineer and Planner. 
Oak Bay Municipal Hall. 

2187 Oak Bay Avenue, 

Victoria, BC, 

December 18 1919. 


NOTICE TO CREDITORS 

'■tfeJMNKW ¥ tta Eatate af RUTH 
LAURA TANNER, formerly af Na, 
404, tU4 Cad bora Bay Road, Victoria, 
Brttlak Columbia, damaged. 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 
creditor! and othera having claim* 
agaliut the eaUle of the above deceaaed 
art hereby required to lend them to 
ERIC TURNER, e-o Pearlman A Und- 
hobn, Box 3327, Victoria. B r 111 * h 
Columbia, Executor, before the 39th day 
of January, 1986, after which date the 
Executor will dlatribule the aald eatate 
among th* partita entitled therein hav¬ 
ing regard only to the dalma of which 
he then haa notice. 

ERIC TURNER, 

Executor. 

By hla Solicitor* 

Meaara. Pearlman A Lind holm, 
Victoria. B.C. 


NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND OTHERS 
OF THE EffTATE OF JOHN TWOMEY. 

Late af Victoria. BriUah Cotatmbla 
All peranna having otalma agalnat the 
above eatate are required to aend, full 
particular* of auch claim* to the under- 
algned aolicttnra of the Executrix oo nr 
before the 15th day of January, 1970, 
after which date the estate'! aaaeti will 
be distributed having regard only to 
claim* that have then been received. 
PHYLLIS ELLSABETH MARIE HOOPER 
do Meiara. Lauder A Matthew*, 
Ban-liter* and Solicitor* 

202—1207 nougla* Street, 

Victoria. BC. 


NOTICE TO CREDITOP8 A Nil OTHERS 
Eatate af FONG RHINO HHENO. akin 
tain aa JACK FONG also knows aa 
FONG 8HING SHEt’NG 
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 
creditor* and other* having claim* 
agalnat the eatate of Die above-named 
deceaaed. who died at Victoria, B.C, 
an October 24Ui 1989, are hereby re¬ 
quested to aend them, properly verified 
by Statutory Declaration, to th* under 
igned at 102 Royal Trust Building. 
Victoria, B.C , beta* the INh day of 
aery, 1976, after which dale the 
Admlnlatrator will dlatrtbute the aald 
eatate among the pa rhea entitled there¬ 
to, haring regard only to the cl alma of 
Which he then haa notice. 

And all pereotie Indebted to the aald 
eatate are required to pay their In- 
dehtedneaa to aald Admlnlatrator forth¬ 
with 

Dated at Victoria. B.C.. thli 9th day 
of December. 1919. 

Official Admlnlatrator for th* 
Cnurky of Victoria 


Truxt Building. Victoria, B.C, before 
the 12th day of January, 1970, after 
which date the Admlnlatrator will dle- 
trlbute the aald eatate among the parti** 
entitled thereto, having regard only to 
the claim* of which he then ha> notice 
And all perann* Indebted to the aald 
eatate are required to pay their Indebted- 
peaa to aald Admlnlatrator forthwith. 

DATED at Victoria. RC-, thli lit day 
Of December, 1919. 

Official Admlnlatrator for the 
County cf Victoria. 


THE DNIYEEHITY OF BRITISH 
COLUMBIA 
TRHJMF 

EXCAVATION AND DEBATE BING FOR 
ACCELERATOR BUILDING 

Bide art invited ca a General Contract 
ta excavation and dewatering for the 
Accelerator Building of the TRIUMF 
project located on the South Campul of 
the Unlventty of Brill ah Columbia. Van¬ 
couver, B.C. 

Sealed propoaale, on a lump com bade, 
will be received by the Engineer 
C E. Crippen A Associate* Ltd. 

1905 Hamilton Avenue, 

North Vancouver, RC. 
ikdit 3:00 pm., Pacific Standard Tim* 
on Thuraday, January 15, 1970 Propoaale 
received after thl* time will not be 

accepted. 

Drawlngi and Specifications may be 
exalmned at the Engineer * office on 
December 18 1988, and thereafter during 
normal office hour*. Bidders may ob¬ 
tain Drawlngi and Specifications at the 
office of the Engineer upon deposit of 
05.00 per act In accordance with the 
Instruction* to Bidders. 

Bid security In the amount of 10* af 
the proposed lump turn must accompany 
each proposal In accordance with the 
Instruct!cni to Bidder*. 


Purpose of the study is to 
assist in implementing a work¬ 
able economic development pro¬ 
gram and offer recommenda- 
tkma. 

It was emphasized that real 
implementation of the study lay 
with the people erf Campbell 
River, 11 s elected leaders, 
businessmen and representatives 
of industries already located in 
the area. 

The study calls fra- expansion 
of existing Industry, new Indust¬ 
rial promotion, development of 
tourism, development erf com¬ 
mercial and service industries, 
and community development. 

He recommended to council 
that an industrial development 
committee be established, com¬ 
posed of aldermen, businessmen 
and individuals. There should be 
an elected chairman, and 
appointment at committees and 
sub-committees to deal with the 
various facets of a nine-point 
program. 

Mr. McDougall said that a full 
community program was 
essential to get results. He 
suggested, as a start, a commit¬ 
tee of four council members and 
three citizens. To keep costs at 
a minimum the committee 
could make use of the municipal 
offices for meetings, with cleri¬ 
cal assistance from municipal 
staff members. 

CHAMBER GRANT 

Estimated costs of the pro¬ 
gram would be approximately 
$13,000 a year, which included a 
$3,000 grant allotted to the 
chamber of commerce for that 
purpose. 

Aid. Wallace Baikie deplored 
lack o f interest by local 
businessmen in the chamber of 
commerce. 

He said: “The merchants 
don’t seem to be interested in 
die chamber. How are we going 
to interest them in anything 
else?" 

Mayor Kenneth McDonald 
said: "I don't think we will 
have any difficulty in getting 
committee members, particu- 


NOT1CE TO CREDITORS 
la the Matter al Uw Eatate •» MARY 
HAMILTON, formerly oi Ne- *M. tM4 
Oak Bay Anna to Ike Cttjr ol Vic¬ 
toria la the Frvvtaee a* Brittek Cotam 
Ma. decease#. 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 
creditor* and other* haring claim* 
agalnat the eetate ot the above deceased 
are hereby required to eend them to 
ERIC TURNER, do Pearlman A Ltnd- 
holm, Box 3327, Victoria. BrIUah Colum¬ 
bia. Admlnlatrator, before the 39th day 
at January 1970, after which date toe 
Administrator will distribute th* aald 
estate among the parties enUtled thereto 
having regard only to the claims of 
which he then ha* txAlce. 

ERIC TURNER. 

Administrator. 

By hla Solicitors, 

Meters. Pearlman A Llndholm. 

Victoria. RC. 


NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND OTHERS 
ESTATE OF 

WELLINGTON SAMUEL GABLE 

Notice 1* hereby given that creditor* 
and other* having claim* against the 
eatate of the above-named deceaaeo. who 
died at Victoria. RC.. oo August 25to, 
19b8. are hereby requested to aend them, 
property verified by Statutory Declara¬ 
tion. to the underalgned at 302 Royal 
Trust Building, Victoria. RC., before the 
12th day of January, 1978 after which 
date the Administrator with Will an¬ 
nexed wtU distribute ih* aald ettale 
among the part tea entitled thereto, hav¬ 
ing regard only to the claims of which 
he then ha* ncrice. 

And all persona Indebted to the aald 
eatate are required to pay their Indebted¬ 
ness to aald Admlnlatrator with Will an¬ 
nexed forthwith 

DATED at Victoria, RC., thl* ltt day 
of December, 198B. 

Official Admlnlatrator for th* 
County of Vic tori a 


■OAT Ft IR HAM BT TENDER 
Where !*—•• 1* 

DESCRIPTION—Length 28 feet I tenth* 
Breadth * feet 4 tenth* 
Depth of hold 4 teel 1 
tenth. 

Depth from top of Deck 
at ride to bottom of 
Keel 5 feet 8 tenth* 
Length of Engine Room 
7 feet 

Built by Albeml Engineering and Ship 
yards. Port Albernl In 3957. 

Carvel Wood Construction with Gum- 
wood at Water line. 

One Engine—Single screw. 

Eight Cylinder—Chrysler Gaaollne 
200 RH P. 

At Speed Trial 11 Eta 
Registered Tonnage 7.81 tons 
Dual Stealing and Contrail. 

Galley OU Stove, Ice Bos. Table, 

locker i, link. 

Ships Head 
Seep* 4. 

BO gal. Fresh Water Tank. 

75 gal. Fuel Tank 
8 gal. Lube Tank. 

Thl* vessel waa used U a Harixxir Pa 
trot Boat In Port Albernl Harbour and 
ha* been berthed under cover. 

Add rote Tender to Port Albeml Harbour 
Oxnmlielonii a 
119 2nd Avc South, 

Port Albeml, RC 

Telephone No. 731-5(12 to aramge inspec¬ 
tion of vessel. 


NOTICE TO CREDITOEN AND OTHERS 
ESTATE OF MILDRED VIN1NG 
Notice la hereby given that creditor* 
ant other* having claims agalnat the 
eatate of the above-named deceased, who 
died alg,Victoria, RC, on May 15Ui. 
39#B, are*berchy requested to aend them, 
properly verified by Statutory Declara¬ 
tion. to the underalgned at 302 Royal 
Trust Building, Victoria. BC, before 
the 12th day at January, 1970, after 
which date the Admlnlatrator with Will 
annexed will dlatrihule the aald eatate 
among the parties entitled thereto, hav¬ 
ing regard only to the claims of which 
he then ha* ocdlc*. 

Ami all persons Indebted to tbe aald 
estate are required to pay their Indebted- 
nets tn *atd Administrator with Will 
annexed forthwith. 

DATED at Victoria. RC.. thla 1st day 
of December, 19*8. 

Official Admlnlatrator for the 
County of Victoria. 


laxly from local industry. They 
have shown a keen interest and 
deairfe to see this project work. 

“I believe we have an obliga¬ 
tion to serve the north end of 
Vancouver Island,” he went on, 
“and we should be prepared to 
do this.” 

Aid. Sandra Baikie felt that 
the municipality should make 
Its own plana for development 
of the district without outside 
help from strangers. 

Won't It develop by itself 
anyway?” she asked. 

Mr. McDougall said: “Every 
industry that locates haa been 
wooed in a dozen different 
ways. People really have to get 
out and hustle for industries. 
The field is highly competitive 
and unless you get out and go 
after it you won't get the 
industries. You have to be on 
the list of places to locate. Until 
they knov about you, you won't 
get on their list of prospective 
Hites.” 

Mayor McDonald felt that 
Campbell River was losing 
opportunities for development 
through lack of such a program. 


Constitution Study Due 


SPEC Link Suggestion 
Tabled at Lampbell River 


CAMPBELL RIVER - When 
members of Campbell River 
Pollution Society met recently, 
they decided to table a motion 
that the group should join the 
Society for Pollution and En¬ 
vironmental Control until their 
January meeting. 

Chairman David Brown said 
that was done primarily to give 


thoroughly study the constitu¬ 
tion and provincial set-up of 
SPEC. 

Following the decision Her¬ 
bert Power, an executive 
member of SPEC said that he 
regretted deferment of the issue 
because be felt that time was of 
the essence. 

Mr, Power, who has circu- 


members an opportunity to'lated a statement stressing the 


Company Fined $750 
In River Debris Case 


GOLD RIVER — Tahsis Os. wm fined 1750 in Gold River 
Provincial Court Wednesday. f 

The company pleaded guilty to a charge, brought by tbe 
B.C. Wildlife branch, that It caused debris to be placed into 
the Oktwanch River. 

The river to a salmon-feeding stream which flows Into 
Muchalet Luke. 

Giving judgment, Judge R. R. Haig-Brown said ft would 
be advisable to keep sack areas clean hi the future and not 
wait for tiie wildlife branch to lay charges. 


accelerating pace of contamina¬ 
tion and calling for support of a 
pollution and environmental 
control organization, said that it 
had been signed by all practis¬ 
ing physicians to Campbell 
River and a large number at 
teachers and educators. 

Conservationist Roderick Haig- 
Brown stressed the importance 
of not becoming static through 
one provincial organization in 
case that type of body failed to 
accomplish its objectives. 

Mr. Haig-Brown said that the 
present generation waa ■ 
differently oriented type of 
generation. It Was not so 
concerned with conquering the 
forests and wild lands of North 
America as its forefathers but 
was concerned about preserving 
a quality environment. 

He said that the society must 
be careful in its approach to 
pollution problems and not 
waste time on things that were 
not yet established as being of 
major detriment to the environ¬ 
ment. 

Fifteen directors, including 
four high school students, were 
elected. A chairman and execu¬ 
tive officer* will be chosen 
later. 


War Against Pollution 


‘Political Pledge Needed’ 


DUNCAN —Unless political which is the power behind the 


candidates in all levels <4 
government were forced by. 
millions of people to make tile 
fight against pollution their 
prime concern, pollution of land, 
sea and air would continue. 

That was what Duncan news¬ 
paper publisher Andy Bigg told 
member* of Duncan branch of 
the Society of Pollution and 
Environmental Control during a 
meeting Thursday night. 

He said: “Connected with 
pollution is power and a lot of 
power is the power of Industry 


Mt. Douglas 
Drops Opener 

VANCOUVER — Vancouver 
College Irtoh defeated Mt 
Douglas Rams, 70-53, Friday in 
the opening game of the four- 
team, high school boys' basket¬ 
ball tournament af Burnaby 
Central High School. 

Nick Gallagher led the win¬ 
ners with 21 points and Jim 
MacKay was the Rains’ top 
scorer with 13. Jim Hunter 
added 15 to the Mt. Douglas 
total. 

ML Douglas meets the loser of 
a Burnaby Central—North Burn¬ 
aby game in the consolation 
final tonight. 


DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS 

propect rataa 

INTERSECTION LIGHTING HIGHWAY 
NO. L AT FULLER LAKE ROAD, 
NORTH COWKHAN 

(a) The contractor ah all tnatall lighting 
at th* Interaectlon at Highway Na 
1 and Fuller Lake Road, North Cow- 
Ichan. Britleh Columbia. All con 
ductore ehall be Installed overhead, 
aa atvMTi cai the drawings Service 
conductor* ahall he overhead. 

(h) The contractor ahall pertain all 

work neceaaary ta the complete to 
atallation and shall supply materials 
aa detailed In clause No. I 
Sealed tender* marked "Tender* ta In- 
tereectkai Lighting at Highway Na 1 and 
Fuller Lake Road. North Cowlchan, Brit 
lab Columbia" will be received hy the 
District Superintendent Department ig 
Highway*, Cixjrt Home, Nanaimo, Brit 
lab Columbia, up to 2:00 p.m. an Wed¬ 
nesday, January 7th. 3970. 

Plana, *pedfication* and ccavfitlooa of 
tender may be obtained (rom the De¬ 
partment of Highway*. Court Bouse, Na¬ 
naimo British Columbia. 

JOHN W MORRIS 

Diitrict Superintendent 


LAND REGISTRY ACT 

MOTION 1*2 

a THE MATTER OF CLIFFORD 
BOADY AND IRENE PEARL 80ADY. 

Certificate of Title 23S0B9-G and Parcel 
■A", 1D.D. #8884-1) of Lot 4 of Section 
75. Victoria Diitrict. Plan 277 
Proof having been filed to my office 
of the los* of said Certificate. I hereby 
give notice of my Intention at the ex 
pi radon of I week* from the first pub¬ 
lication hereof to issue to the above 
named a Provisional Certificate of Title 
la Ueu of such tost Certificate 
Any person having Information with ref¬ 
erence to auch load Certificate la re- 
queated to communicate with the under¬ 
at d»e Land Registry Office, Victoria, 
RC 

Dated this 3«h day of November, 3989, 
signed 

H, T. KENNEDY, Registrar, 
Victoria land Registration Distinct 


NOTICE TO CKEIHTOIIH 

IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF 
FREDERICK WHJJAM LOCKETT. Dr 
erased, late af IpeiUMsI L i**a Fart 
Hirer*. Victoria, Is Ike Fisvlse* a* 
Britts* CslimMa. 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN into 
creditor* end others basing claim* 
agalnat the estate of the above named 
deceaaed are hereby required to aend 
them to the undersigned Executor at 
Suite 505 . 815 Fort Street, Vlricria. BC, 
before the 20th day of January, 1970. 
after which date the Executor will die- 
tribute the said Estate among the par¬ 
ties entitled thereto having regard to 
the claims of which he then has notice. 

GILBERT JOSEPH SMITH. 
Executor. 

By Hla SoUcMnrs. 

Sullivan. Hmlth A Bigelow, 

505 -845 Fort Street 

Victoria. RC. 


NOTICE TO CREDITORS 

IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF 
RHODA OABWELL, Deceased. Me ad 
toe nij af Victoria la toe Pmtane 
af Brittak Cotamlda. 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 
creditor* and othera having claim* 
against the eetate of the above named 
deceased are hereby required to aend 
them to the underalgned Executor at 
Suite 505-845 Fret Street Victoria. RC 
before th* 20th day of January, 3970, 
after which date the Executor will dis¬ 
tribute the said Eetate gtncmg the par 
tlee entitled thereto having regard to the 
claim* of which he then ha* notice. 

GILBERT JOSEPH SMITH, 

By Bl* 

Messrs. Sullivan. Smith A Bigelow, 

506 845 Fret _ 

Victoria. RC 


Giants Busy 
With 

Two Trades 

(SAN FRANCISCO (API— 
San FYancisco Giants unloaded 
two veteran pitcher* and a 
utility outfielder in two trades 
Friday. 

like Giants sent Bob Bolin to 
Seattle Pilot* and got out¬ 
fielders Steve Whitaker and 
Dick Simpson in return. Then 
they traded Ray Sadecki and 
outfielder Dave Marshall to 
New York Met* for two other 
utility players, infiekler Bob 
Heise and outfielder Jim Goa- 
ger. 


Footballers 
Get Awards 

Six member* of the ICG's, 
Vancouver Island bantam foot¬ 
ball champions this year, re¬ 
ceived special awards at the 
annual Knights of Columbus 
football banquet FYiday in Co¬ 
lumbus Hall, 734 Fort. 

The six are Sean Flynn, best 
all-around player; Lawrie Gar¬ 
rett, mosl valuable; Mike Shan¬ 
non. leading offence player; 
Mike Baler, leading defence 
player; Doug Shea, most im¬ 
proved, and Jim McCreesh, 
sportsmanship. 


country. People can Shake this 
power If every man and woman 
will pledge never to vote for a 
political candidate who does not 
make pollution a very strong 
plank in his platform.” 

Mr. Bigg suggested that to 
make that pledge meaningful, 
future political candidates would 
have to give their pledge 
against pollution in writing. 

Mr. Bigg stated that govern¬ 
ments may ignore individual 
attempts to get rid of pollution 
but It would be impossible to 
ignore millions of people 
because politicians were very 
concerned with people. 

He felt Duncan SPEC should 
aim to start a campaign to 
collect 17,000,000 names of 
people who will pledge never to 
vote for a candidate not con¬ 
cerned with pollution and 
“then no government would 
ignore you.” 

★ ★ * 

Mr. Bigg outlined his single 
handed campaign against 
MacMillan B 1 o e d e 1 in the 
Albeml Valley at the beginning 
of 1966. 

He said: “If you take on the 
battle against pollution you will 
find that it is a most soul- 
rendering battle.” 

Mr. Bigg said that he 
amassed material and facts in 
the Albemi Valley campaign, 
organized a silent protest march 
of 400 people, arranged various 
events to raise money and 
finally, with a delegation of 28 
people, went to Victoria to 
present a brief to three cabinet 
ministers. 


"After we had spoken to the 
ministers, I was convinced they 
would do nothing." 

Following the first public 
meeting in the Alberai Valley, 
the company announced It 
would spend $1,000,000 to battle 
pollution. 


Brothers 

Hold 

Whales 


PENDER HARBOUR — 
Three fishermen reported 
Friday they bad captured 
nine, poaaibly IQ killer whales, 
In the waters of Pender 
Harbor. 

Brothers Cecil and Darby 
Reid said they cornered fonr 
ot the whales Thursday and 
five or six more were caught 
Friday morning by colleague 
Bill Cameron. They were 
unable to count the swimming 
whale*. 

What the men Intend to do 
with the whales hasn’t been 
made clear. The Van router 
Aquarium already has two, 
but officials said aquariums 
elsewhere have expressed In¬ 
terest la acquiring specimens. 


Mr. Bigg stated that, con¬ 
sidering the large profit* of the 
company, the proposed amount 
was negligible and pointed out 
that It would coat $17,000,000 to 
correct the smoke and smell in 
the valley. 

He said Canada needed in¬ 
dustry but no industry should be 
allowed to operate unless a 
pollution-free operation waa 
guaranteed. 

“Don’t let any company tell 
you it cannot be done.” 

In Mexico, he said, a pulp 
mill was forced by the president 
to check smell and smoke. At a 
California pulp mill, the effluent 
was filtered through ponds the 
last of which was life-auatalning 
for salmon fry. 

★ ★ ★ 

Mr. Bigg suggested the 
government should employ a 
pollution warden who would 
shut down every operation 
which did not meet strict 
pollution control regulations. 

“Nobody, for instance, would 
dare to question the authority of 
a game warden and this type of 
authority should also be applied 
to a pollution warden. 

“If I burned old tires in my 
backyard, creating an offensive 
smell, I can guarantee you I 
would be told to stop It 
immediately by the city in¬ 
spector. I cannot see that there 
should he two different law* — 
one for the wealthy industry 
and one for the ordinary Joe," 
he said. 


the 


LUNDS 

926 Fort St. 

AUCTION 

TODAY, 9:30 A.M. 

FURNISHINGS 

and 

EFFECTS 

Being sold for the VIC¬ 
TORIA VAN & STORAGE 
LTD. under the Warehouse¬ 
man’s Lien Act, and from 
other sources. 

Chest Deepfreeze 
Ranges, Refrigerators 
Garden Tools and 
Equipment 

Road Race Sets, Trains 
and Other Toys, Bicycles, 
Tricycle, Electric Power 
Mower, Powered Hand 
Tools, Carpets, Cartons of 
China, Glass and Orna¬ 
ments, etc. 


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SATURDAY 
P.M. SPECIALS 


SM-3308 




BRITISH COLUMBIA 
HYDRO AND POWER AUTHORITY 
InvitM Tinitrs For tbo Following: 


Description Referenea C 

Boring Equipment-Auger Flight* ami Head* _ BQ 7339 Ji 

Miscellaneous Wire and Cable . BQ 7144 I> 

Spark Plug* ta Service Vehicle* . BQ 7545 D 

Batteries lor Service Vehicle* . .. ... BQ 7548 D 

Seeled tender*, dearly marked a* above-referenced, wtU be received In ll 
Room 3089, B.C Hydro and Power Authority Building, 970 Burrard Street, Van- I 
couver, RC., ucll> 32:00 Boon closing dates ae above 

Dstalta Ot may be obtained at the office at the Purchaatng and Supply Departmen t . 
10Ui Floor, 970 Rorrard Stisat, VanoouveT L BC lelephooe *9 8733, Loral 25*. 


THE CORPORATION OF THE 
DISTRICT OF OAK BAY 

MPOBTMT NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS 

6% per annum INTEREST ON TAXES PREPAID 
JANUARY 1st to APRIL 30th, 1970 
Interest will be paid for the number erf day* 
from the date paid to June 30th. A maximum 
prepayment equal to 95% of last year’s taxes, 
less the Provincial Home Owners’ Grant may 
be made. 

• I- B, FORSTER, 
Collector. 


Men’* Dress Shirt* Cotton and cotton and polyester 
blends. White and assorted colours. Regular and 
button-down collars. Short Sleeves. Sizes UW6%. 
Limit—two per customer. Last price 2.99 and 3.97. 

8pedoi, each 99 c 

The Bay, downstairs budget store, men’s furnishings 

Eveready Flashlight — Two cell, pre-foe used light. 
Uses “D”-size batteries. Limit—one per customer. 

Special, each 77f 

Tbe Bay, sporting goads, downstairs 

Women’s Handbags Plastics and leathers in as¬ 
sorted colours and styles. Special, each 1.99 

The Bay, handbags, mate floor 

Panty Hose and Hold ups Assorted styles and co¬ 
lours. P.M.T. Special, pair 99* 

The BAY, hosiery, main 

Men’s Dress Shoes — Assorted styles tn black or 
brown. Broken sizes, 7 to 11. Reg. 16.95 to $40. 

Special, pair, HALF PRICE 

Tbe Bay, men’s shoes, mate floor 

Men’s Putts -Handsome pocket accessory. Synthetic 
fibres in solid colour* and patterns. Special, ea. 19c 
The Bay, men’s famishing* mate floor 
Pant*, Blouse* and Sommer Oddments—Cottons in 
assorted styles and colours. Broken' sizes. 

Special, each 99c 

The Bay, Young Moderns’ Shop, second floor 

*9' 

4-Poe. Steak Knife Set—Rosewood handles, stainless 
steel blades. Reg. 97c. Special, 4-pce. set,, 99 c 

The Bay, housewares, third floor 

Hoover Vacuum Cleaner Bags—To fit Hoover Dial- 
umatlc, Upright, Constellation cleaners. Reg- $1- 

Specila, pkg. 70* 

The Bay, floor care centre, fourth 


On sale one hour or while quantities last. 
Personal shopping only, ho phone orders 


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^Christmas 
1 Store 

Tuteorts Rm (Tampan^, 


Shop Saturday 

til 9:30 p.m. 


VICTORIA'S GREAT STORE, DOUGLAS AT FBGAJU). OPEN THIS WEEK I AM. TO •:*# PE MOM DAY THROUGH SATURDAY. DIAL tSS-UlL ALL ISLAND CENTRES OUTSIDE THE GREATER YlCTDfUA AREA CALL ZENITH HUS (TOLL FREEL 


SPARKLING TIME-SAVERS 


Shell Whip Through Baking With This 
Hamilton Beach 10-Speed Table Mixer—It 
has a powerful, quiet running motor to 
handle all her mixing, Wending, whipping 
tasks wit* ease. Reralrtng base for easy 
use. Convert* easily to a hand mixer. 


39.99 


If You're Carving the Christmas Turkey 
You'll Be First to Enjoy the Baycrest Elec¬ 
tric Knife—Nuke the balanced open handle 
design, positive table rest, conveniently 
placed no-oS and blade-release buttons, and 
detachable cord. WWi a 1-year replace¬ 
ment guarantee. 




Baycrest Css Oyner tad Halle Sharpener 
-Make niggling little chorea pash-button 
easy. Strong, white plastic case with 
chrome trim. One bandy switch lor opener 
and sharpener. Sale, each 15.99 


I'MBps' s-flprwd Hand MUer—Makes quick 
work of smaller mixing chores. Has finger- 
touch beaker ejector, « ft. extend* cord. 
Very easily cleaned. Showoff white and 
beige design. Sale, each 11.49 




General ft let G Hr B Ql. Etectrtc Kettle—Has 
a modem dome-shaped body with black 
handle. 1500-watt Single element heats 
quickly Cor all her cooking and enter¬ 
taining needs. Sale, each 9,99 


We*t Bead Parts FemehaJac—Makes 12-30 
cups aC coffee ready far your cunts, signal 
lights when ft's ready. Press-down faucet 
for easy serving. Guaranteed by the Bay. 

Sato, each 14.99 


Bk-chrlr (tan P app n r Is a treat lor the 
entire family. Spun aluminum 2-ft. bowl 
with he at pr o of glass cover, black bekellte 
handles, cord, coil-type element. Save now 
and enjoy. Sale, each 5.49 


Hat Tray — Goes to the buffet or taWe to 
keep food temptingly hot during a relaxing 
meal. Hot spot for tea or coffee. Porce¬ 
lain enamel surface, walnut handles. 1- 
year guarantee. Sale, each 16.99 


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•-Speed Oatcr Wonder—Will beat 'n' blend 
the batter, whip up a frothy dessert, chop 
the salad greens. Push-button control, 4 
speeds at Mgta range, 4 speeds *t low range. 
Soup heat-resistant gkma oantahier, plus 
measuring cup. Recipe book included. 

Saje, each 35.99 


Oamldaaflan Waffle ufl Sandwich Grill— 
Has reversible grids, thermostatic control. 
Sleek, modem, attractive and easy to clean 
wWi an efficient, trouble-free element. 

Sale, each 12.49 


CHRISTMAS SALE DAYS 


Eatimahe Deep PYrycr—Is mmnnBtafically 
controlled. has a permanent time/temp, 
guide pUte an front. Cafend dement, heat- 
resistant glass cover, spun aluminum In¬ 
terior. Sale, each 13-99 


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General Electric lrrm—Steam nr dry Iron 
for aTI her needs . . . fabric temperature 
guide far woollens, alike, cottons and syn¬ 
thetic fabrics. Ahimtnam sole plate heats 
qaidkly and efficiently. Bale, each 1349 

The BAY, housewares, third 


continue Saturday 
while quantities last 


















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Children will have fun 
shopping in the gift-packed 
Piggy Bank Shop, main 


An exciting shop where the children can 
do their Christmas shopping. There's a 
great selection of gift ideas and every¬ 
thing is priced nnder $2. That's in the 
Piggy Bank Shop, main floor. 


Let your children have their photo taken 
with Santa—He’s in the comer window 
at the Bay (Fisgard and Douglas) and 
Mrs. Claus is there, ton. 

Photos, each 95C or S for 2.SO 


VICTORIA'S GREAT STORE. DOUGLAS AT FISGARD. SHOP MONDAY TO FRIDAY • AM. TO MS PM. 8HOP THIS SATURDAY * AM TO I K P.M DIAL J85-1J1L ALL ISLAND CENTRES OUTSIDE THE GREATER VICTORIA AREA AND GULF ISLANDS CALL ZENITH «0« (TOLL FREE) 


Infants and Toddlers 


Casual Pants, 
Flare and 
Regular Style 

Savings on this fine as¬ 
sortment of colours and 
patterns, including some 
Perma Press, all fine 
quality. Both regular and 
flare leg. 8 to 16. 

Sale, pair 9.99 


Save Va-Vs 
on Sweaters 

For girls' and boys’ cardi¬ 
gans and pullovers, wash¬ 
able in a wide colour 
range. Were girls’ *348. 
boys' *445. Save 1/3 
Size* 2-3x, 4-6x. Were girls' 
*446. boys' *445. 

Sale, each f2 to S.33 


Saturday Sale, each 


S» Strombecker Road Race Set: All the thrills and spills of 
a real speedway ... in this big set that features the 
banked Monza Wall. You get a complete circuit of 22 
racing feet, plus two 1/32-scale racing cars, two sets 
of overpass supports, nine interlocking fences, one 
power pack, two hand controls and other accessories. 
Strombecker warranty and racing guide book also in¬ 
cluded. A complete set, for hours of fun. 


Blanket Steeper* i 85% orlon, 15% 
nylon for added strength, these 
soft and coey aleeper* have non- 
skid feet, are machine washable 
In yellow, turquoise, red. M.L.XL. 
Not every size in every colour. 

Sale, each 6.99 


Boy*’ Sport Shirt* I Perma Press 
assortment in blue, green, brown 
or orange. Fine quality, long- 
sleeved shirt* with style colours. 
8 to 16. Sale, each 1.99 

Boys’ Sweater*: Asserted Acrylic* 
with mock turtle neck, long 
sleeved, light weight S.M.L. 

Sale, each 3.49 

Roy*’ Sock* i Nylon stretch in 
ankle-length sock*. Assorted 
colours, long wearing. 

gale, 3 pr. 99# 


Child’s Sleepwear i 100% cosy cot¬ 
ton flannelette in assorted pastels 
and section prints. 4-6x. Reg. 52 

to S3. Sale 1.59 to 2.39 


Boys’ Koratron Tee Kay* I Fab- 
rilock knee, half boxer waist zip¬ 
per front Five colours, machine 
washable, never need ironing. 4-6x, 
reg. *5. 8ale 2.99 


Boys 8-16 

A Great Selection of Popular But¬ 
ton-Front Cardigan*: Wools and 
orkms in this fine grouping. Plain 
colours he's sure to like, blue, 
cherry red, lime, S.M.L.XL. 

Sale, each 6.99 

Quality Woo) Pullover* for Boy*; 
Very handsome styles make these 
great for school or play . . . mock 
turtle, V-neck or full turtle neck 
styling, in assorted colour* he’ll 
want to be seen in. S.M.L.XL. 

Sale, each 6.99 

Great for School—Stylish Poll- 
over*: The favoured mock or V- 
neck style* that are so popular 
right now . . . wool or orlau in a 
wide variety of colours. Take ad¬ 
vantage of good savings and shop 
Saturday. S.M.L.XL. 

Sale, each 4.99 


Famous Maker Sportswear; Cot¬ 
ton-knit top*, long sleeved, turtle 
or mock turtle tope. Fortrel. Slim 
seta beautifully colour co-ordinated 
Size* from toddlers to girl* 7-14. 
Reg. *348. Bale 1/3 OFF 

The BAY, children’* wear, 
third floor 


8. Grand Prix Road Racing Sets—Ideal for 
young racing enthusiasts. Includes 10 pieces 
of brack, hand controls, guard rails, spare 
brushes and 1/32 scale Aston Martin and 
Corvette car*. Battery operated. Batteries 
not included. Sale, net 3.49 


8. Action Highway 81 — For all Motorific 
cars and trucks. Set includes construction 
site with flagman, bypass track, straight 
and curved tracks, fences, signs, truck and 
other accessories to build your own layout. 
Uses two AA batteries (not included). 

gale, set 9.99 


S. Hot Wheels "Double Dare” Set —Easy to 
set up and operate, ideal for the younger 
ones! Set includes 28 feet of hot strip track 
with two dare-devil loops: starting gate 
with tripper, finish gate with automatic 
flag and two Hot Wheels cars. Instructions 
are Included. Sale, set 5.98 


Save V3 on 
These Acrylic 
Sweaters 

Girls’ Sweater*: Includes 
cardigans or pullovers, 
vests or turtle necks in 
Acrylic. Wide colour se¬ 
lection. Reg. *548. 

Sale, each $4 to 5-33 


Shop Early and Save on Easy-Care 
today's high fashion colour* . . . 
a great selection to choose from in 
the favourite two-pocket, button 
front style. S.M.L.XL. sizes. 

Sale, each 4.99 


Boys 8 to 16 Outerwear 

Boy*’ Jacket*: Our complete stock 
of first quality jackets, duffle 
coats, corduroy and suedine jack¬ 
ets. Assorted styles, fabrics, col¬ 
our*. 8 to 18. Reg. 8.98 to 19.98. 

Sale 20% OFF 

Boys’ Casual Denim*: Fine qual¬ 
ity regular and flare pants in va¬ 
riety of styles, colours and fabric*. 
8 to 18. 

Sale 3.99 

Teen Pants: Large selection of 
corduroys, denims and semi-dress 
panto in regular and flare atylings. 
Choice of fabrics, colours. Sizes 
28-34. Sale 4.49 and 4.99 


Girls’ Tee Kay Stretch Denim 
Flares: Latest look, marvelous buy 
with stretch fabric for beautiful fit. 
Machine washable, zipper front. 
7-14. Reg. *8. Sate. pr. 3.99 


Girls’ Tee-Kay Flares! Wools, 
denims, checks, zipper front, lat¬ 
est look in iegs, 7-14. Reg. *6-58. 

Sale, pr. 3.49 


Girl*’ Fl’tte Sleepwear: 100% cosy 
cotton gowns or pyjamas to pas¬ 
tel*. 8-14 coll. 

Sale, ea- 2.19 and 2.39 

The BAY, girls’ wear, third floor 


8. Meccano "Triaug” Train Set Complete 
with transformer and oval track layout. 
HO gauge set In eludes CP locomotive, 
stock car, auto transporter, container car, 
and caboose. Sale, set 24.99 


8. Strombecker Road Race Set—Features 1/32 
scale American Roadster and Cheetah rac¬ 
ing car* pitted against each other! Set 
includes straight and curved track, ter¬ 
minal track and cables, controllers and 
power pack, overpass supports, fences, 
locking lugs, flags and more. 

Sale, set 19-99 


S. Lima Micro "N” Gauge Electric Trains— 
Scale model includes epgine and 3 cars, 
10 pieces of track, and a battery control. 
Great fun for the pre-school children Easy 
to set up and operate. Sale, set 7.99 

The BAY, Toy land, fourth floor 


The BAY, boy#’ and youths’ wear, 
main floor 


continue 'til 9:30 Saturday 
while quantities are available 














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Crossword 


Island 

Edition 


M indy, 
Rfiin 


(Details on Page 2) 




Vancouver Island’s Leading Newspaper Since 1858 


i* nurrs DAILY 
U CEX» M'M DAY 


VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1969 


By DIANE JANOWSKI 

The federal government wrote an obituary Friday on 
more than 68 year* of service when it told six research 
scientist* at the Forest Research Laboratory here their 
services now were considered '‘surplus.” 

“I would have been retiring a year from today,” said 64- 
year old Vernon Phelps, a research director who ha* been 
with the department of fisheries and forestry since 1936. 

“Now, not only am I going to have a pension that’* 21 per 
cent smaller than I'd been counting on, but I'll have almost a 
year’s less wages.” 

Dr. Joe Baker loat his right eye, most of the sight in his 


left and most of the hearing in his left ear when an 
experiement at the lab blew up two years ago and the 
emergency shower that might have saved his left eye didn't 
work. He thought then things were as bad as they could ever 
be. 

“This is as bad as- the people who fought in the war and 
got all broken up and then came home and everyone told 
them they didn’t want anything to do with them,” he aaid. 

Dr. G. P. Thomas, director of the B.C. Forestry Region, 
said he sympathized with those who had been declared 
“surplus,” but stressed they had not actually been laid off 
yet. 


'‘Their names will now be put on a public service list and 
and if any vacancies occure in the next two months for which 
they are qualified, they'll have f^st chance at them,” he 
said. "If they haven't been placed at the end of that time, 
they'll be given 30 day’s notice.” 

Dr. Thomas admitted there were few opportunities for 
forestry professionals, especially at this time of year, bdt stiil 
noted that "an awful lot can happen in 90 days.” 

Knowing that Ids name will be kept on a list that might 
find him another position isn't cheering Joe Baker very 
much, but it means even less to Dr. Phelps. 

Continued on Page S 


Forest La b 


No. 3-112th YEAR 


% 

Ottawa Austerity Hits Ruthlessly 

Six City Scientists Ruled ‘ Surplus ' 


Damages: $1,000 

Detective 

Invaded 


Duncan Bureau 

262 Station Street 
Hamilton Electric 

Phone 746-6181 
Building 


By NANCY BROWN 


Largest 
In Canada 


— A national revamping of 
the Canadian Forestry 
m Service will turn the Forest 

Uig I qnL ar Research Laboratory on 

"15* dlllYv/I West Burnside Road into 

the largest in Canada with- 
^ in three months, it was an- 

lorn Open nouncedKmlay - 

£ “The Victoria laboratory has 

been allocated the largest man- 
power in Canada." said Dr. G. 
TJ W#| ■ P. Thomas, director of die 

IllrlSl British Columbia region of the 

**J Canadian Forestry Service ’>—• 

“If you add the staff from the 
forest products research lab In 
Vancouver to the Victoria man- 
THE HAGUE (Reuters) — power, it means that 20 per cent 
The 207,000-ton Dutch Shell su- of the total In federal forestry 
per-lanker Marpessa was tom will be in B.C. now." 
by an explosion and swept by 
fire Friday in the Atlantic on 

her maiden voyage. Eleven professionals and 11 

Capt. E. J. Stapper ordered non-professionals currently em -1 
his crew to abandon ship shortly ployed in other Canadian j 
after the decks were tom open forestry regions will be moved j 
by the explosion as the Marpes- to the Burnside lab, beginning 
sa sailed about 170 miles north- early next month when the first \ 
west of Dakar, Senegal. scientist arrives here. 

TWO MISSING wiu, of course, be 

„ coming from the Winnipeg lab 
The captain and six officers whoBe ltaff lg ^ cut to six - 

stayed aboard but two Chinese Dr Thomas ^ „ but ^ regt 
officers were nussing, messages wm ^ comj from elsewhere 
reaching here said. in the country. f 


Those who abandoned ship ., a few of tae are 

were taken aboard the 42,082-ton | well-qualified, productive, 
British Shell tanker Serenia and young IcientigtSi among ^ best 
the tug Alcyon. in the country, and they'll just 

A spokesman said the tanker ^ transferring their energies to 
later signalled that the fire had Britigh •• 

died down, but the deck was 
split in several places. NEW WING 

The Marpessa, one of the lat- A new wing on the existing 
est additions to the Shell Oil main building which was to 
fleet, was sailing in ballast from have been built in the 1970-71 : 


Possession of a private investigators’ licence 
does not make the invasion of a person’s property 
lawful, nor does it make invasion of a person’s 
privacy justifiable, according to a precedent-set¬ 
ting judgment handed down Friday in B.C. Supreme 
Court. 


Air Controllers Seek 
A Mandate to Strike 


High-Flying 
Snooper 
Nets Two 


OTTAWA (CP) — The nation-,Canada almost at onee to call' 
al council of the 1,000-member j meetings of the association’s 22 
Canadian Air Traffic Control branches, be said. 

Association has unanimously re- The board report, other items 
jected a conciliation board re- on which tentative agreement 
port and is seeking a strike had been reached and the coun¬ 
mandate from the membership, ell recommendation would be 
William Hill, association first presented to the membership, 
vice-president, announced the Votes would then be taken, 
decision in an interview Fridy. Hill estimated results 
“The board's recommends- would be returned here by late 
tions have been unanimously re- Monday or Tuesday at (he lat- 


Admiration 
Shown 
In Glance 

Itene Cadleux, 8, second from 
right, seems to be star-gazing 
st Prime Minister Trudeau 
while Rene's father Marrel, 
under secretary ot state for 
externa] affairs, and Francois 
Cadirux, 12, listen to Tru¬ 
deau's remarks In Ottawa Fri¬ 
day. Codienx was presented 
with ISM Outstanding Achieve¬ 
ment Award for Public Serv¬ 
ice of Canada.—CP) 


Mr. Justice P. D. Seaton 
awarded JI.000 damages to | 
school custodian John George 
Davis, 1138 Oxford, who had 
filed suit under the new provlnr 
cial Privacy Act against John 
M. McArthur of Can-Am 
Investigations, a private detec¬ 
tive agency at 483 Burnside. 

It was the first action taken 
under the act. 

DIVORCE EVIDENCE 
Mr. McArthur had been hired 
by Mrs. Davis to investigate the 
conduct of her husband In the 
hoj* of obtaining divorce evi¬ 
dence. 

The case was heard Nov. 20 in 
Victoria and judgment was 
reserved at that time. 

Defence counsel Edmund 
Jorre de St. Jorfe said Friday 
an appeal is being considered. 
PRIVACY ACT 
The Privacy Act was intro¬ 
duced into the B.C Legislature 
in January, 1968, by former 
attorney-general Robert Bonner 
who al that time said the act 
represented a first in Canada, 
and perhaps a first in the 
Western world. The act was 
passed later in the session. 

Mr. Justice Seaton dismissed 
a claim by J. S. deVilliers, 
counsel for Mr. Davis, that a 
“bumber beeper" attached to 
the car Davis was driving 1 
constituted eavesdropping. 

BY PERSON 

“If the device transmitted or 
recorded voices so that they 
could have been heard by the 
person alleged to be invading 
privacy, I have no doubt that 
would come within the term 
'eavesdropping.' 

“This device merely identified 
the location of the car, and I 
Continued on Page 7 


est additions to the Shell Oil (main building which was to] CHILLIWACK (CP) — Two “The board's recommend*-1 woi 
fleet, was sailing in ballast from I have been built in the 1970-71 men were arrested after a tions have been unanimously re-1 Mo 

Rotterdam to the Persian Gulf, (fiscal year but was postponed truck firm operator spoiled h jected by the national council est 

She was built in Japan only indefinitely when a federal curb strange car on one of hi* work and we are now going to the g,_ 

three months ago and had a on capital expenses was an- sites from the air. membership requesting a strike 

crew of 42. nounced in September, will still Peter Heppner of Chilliwack, mandate.” S 

---— not go ahead, but Dr. Thomas checking work sites, turned MONDAY the 

ViviP Children Ba * d P resenl facilities his plane around, landed al the 

I IVV GfUI.HfLre would be adequate for now. Chilliwack airport, drove to Details of the board report be 

Die in Blaze 


STILL POSSIBLE 


DON’T MISS 


nounced in September, will still 
not go ahead, but Dr. Thomas ! 
said he felt the present facilities 
would be adequate for now. 


"We’ll be bulging at the the polire station, then 


’ I seams, but we can make compared a policeman to the 

CINCINNATI (UPI) — Five immediate arrangements to ac- scene, 
children, four of them from the commodate everyone," he said. Benjamin James. S8, of Chll- 
same family, died in a fire which “ We'll have to make more Hwack, and Ms brother Rlch- 
swept a third floor tenement in provision for expansion, maybe ard, 34, Friday pleaded guilty 
the city's Fairmount section. Continued on Page 2 In Provincial Court to theft. 


membership requesting a strike 

mandate.” Should the membership reject 

NOON MONDAY f and *«"* atrike a “' 

thority, national officers would 

Details of the board report be under no obligation to call a 
will not be made public until j strike; However, they would be 


companted a policeman to the noon Monday. However, it is I in a legal position to do so as of 


Only the Angels Know 
If Santa Will Pay Visit 


scene. known there were about 50 out- next Friday afternoon, Dec. 19. 

Benjamin James, S8, of Chll- standing items left with the There remains a possibility 
llwack, and Ms brother Rich- board. that the disputants or Jacob 

nrd, 34, Friday pleaded guilty Hill referred, to "eight or Finkelman, chairman of the 
In Provincial Court to theft. 10 gut issues” separating union public service staff relations 

and government treasury board j board which oversees federal- 
MR'MWrrasaf l >in,^'wir' ■—i negotiators. The strike recom- employee bargaining, might 

mendation means union officials j seek post-conciliation mediation, 
feel the issues were not resolved Spokesmen for the treasury 
__ by the conciliation report. board and transport department 

JgsWwBjt/ Hill said that, despite the declined to comment on either 

council bid for strike authorize- 1 thf conciliation report or the as- 
tion, the membership could sociationS rejection of It. Both 
choose to accept the board re-1 said the noon Monday embargo 
17* • m port. had been accepted by govem- 

f m/ IQI| The II national councillors ment negotiators and comment 

F J * m/KJ w %/ would be spreading out across might infringe this. 


Domestic Peace 
Hus Heavy Price 
—Page 5 
★ * ★ 

‘Yes Virginia’ 

In Hospital 

Names, Page 11 

Cougars Defeat 
Penticton, 7-6 

—Page 12 

* * * 

Chuvalo Decks 
Jerry Quarry 

—Page 12 


Pill Calls Jam 
British Phones 

—Page 23 


Bridge _ 

Churches _ 

Comic* .. 

Courtroom Parade 


Entertainment ., 1#, 11 

Financial News...8, t 

Garden Notes . . II 

Sports 12, IS 

Television _ 28 

Travel 14, 15 

Women . . 22, 2S 


Hijackers 
Killed 
By Guards 


ATHENS (Reuters) — Airlin* 
security guards early today shot 
and killed two young men who 
tried to hijack an Ethiopian 
fleeing 767 jetliner while it was 
flying to Addis Ababa from 
Madrid. 

A Greek police spokesman In 
Athens said tlie two were a 19- 
year-old student from Yemen 
and a 24-year-old businessman 
from Senegal. He did not name 
them. 

First reports saki the men 
were slam before entering the 
cockpit after they said they 
wanted the pilot to take them to 
Aden. 

BODIES ABOARD 

When the plane landed at Ath¬ 
ens Airport, the remaining 15 
passengers were taken to a 
hotel. Besides the passengers, 
there were three security men 
and seven crew aboard the 
Boeing. 

The bodies of the two hijack¬ 
ers were still aboard the air¬ 
craft. 

“The airline refuses permis¬ 
sion to the police to take the 
bodies,” the police spokesmn 
said. 

It was believed to be the first 
time hijackers had been killed 
while attempting to seize an air¬ 
liner in mid-flight. 

HEARD TWO SHOTS 

The pilot of the plane said he 
heard two pistol shots and was 
told by a stewardess that two 
men had attempted to hijack 
the plane but the security 
guards aboard had killed them. 

Airline officials told police 
they wanted to continue the 
flight to Addis Ababa with the 
bodies on the grounds that 
Greek authorities have no Juris¬ 
diction in the case. 

KILLED ON SPOT 

He said the plane’s security 
men saw the two would-be hi¬ 
jackers standing up and trying 
to make their way to the cock¬ 
pit. 

"They attacked them and 
killed them cn the spot,” he 
added. 


SCENE: A shabby midtown 
flat; a tiny boy in patched 
cqveralls plays with a broken 
top as his mother leafs 
through some unpaid bills. 

Boy: “Mama . . . how come 
the angeis do that?" 

Mother: "Do what, dear?" 

Boy: "Take my daddy away 
like that." 

* ★ ★ 

Mother (trying to hide her 
feelings): "I don’t know, dear. 
It is something only the 
angels can answer. There is 
supposed to be an answer lor 
everything." 

Boy: "The angels won't 
take Santa Claus away, will 
they?" 

(The mother remains silent. 
This -might be the time to say 
maybe the angels would do 


Today'* donation* are listed on Page S 


that. It would be a way of 
explaining things If Santa 
didn't show up. Trying to 
provide for herself and her 
son since the death of hor 
husband had proved difficult. 
But she knew her son would 
see the Christmas presents of 
other children.) 


Mother: “I think Santa will 
come, all right. But don't 
expect him to bring too much. 
There isn't so much to go 
around to all the little 
children this year." 

★ ★ ★ 

At this time of year Santa 
gets a little help for cakes like 
this from the Colonist 500 
Fund. This is the 13th year 
Colonist readers have contri¬ 
buted through the fund to 
brighten the Christina b of 500 
Greater Victoria families 
selected by the Christmas 
Bureau, a Community Cheat 
agency. 

Donations can be brought ot 
mailed t6 the Colonist, 2631 
Douglas, or taken to Avis 
Rent-a-Car, 800 Douglas. 


Four Bombs Explode in Milan, Rome 


‘Horrendous Massacre’ Shocks Italy 


By CHARLES W. BELL 

ROME (UPI) Four 
bombs exploded In centra) 
areas of Milan and Rome at 
the height of the evening rush 
hour Friday, killing 13 persons 
and injuring 108 others in 
Italy’s worst terrorist attack 
'since die Second World War. 

The moat devastating blast 


occurred in a crowded, third- 
floor waiting room of Milan's 
national bank of agriculture, 
where the 13 were killed and 
90 others injured. A bomb In a 
bank in Rome injured 14 
persons, and two bombs that 
exploded almost simultan¬ 
eously at the Tomb of the 
Unknown Soldier In Rome 
injured four persons. 


Police aaid another bomb 
was discovered before it ex¬ 
ploded in a second bank in 
Milan, it was in a handbag 
left near an elevator. 

There was no indication of 
tha motive for the bombings 
or erf the persons or groups 
responsible, but Italy has been 
shaken for months by labor 
strikes and violence. Police in 


Milan reported rounding up 
150 persona for questioning. A 
police spokesman said they 
were extremists "of all 
Ideologies.” 

Shortly after the series of 
blasts, which were almost 
simultaneous, Premier 
Mariano Rumor appeared on 
television to appeal for calm 
and order. Pope Paul Issued a 


statement describing the ex¬ 
plosion in Milan as a “horren¬ 
dous massacre." 

Police said the Milan explo¬ 
sion was caused by a bomb of 
approximately 13 pounds of 
explosives that had been 
placed under a table in a 
waiting room of the bank. 

In Milan, people thought the 
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to Buffalo 


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U®M IT WITH 
A HUSBAKJD- 


SOLUNAR TABLES 




12 »jUb CBolnnlil. 'dctorio, fl.C., Saturday, Dec. 13, 1969 


(Cougar Coach’s Move 
Pays Off with Victory 


virroRM 

Vaacaam 


finIWm 
N«*> Wnl 


5 n • T iij it n* brought the puck up the ice. hit the lower left-hand comer i Centennials. Other Vancouver 

2 j! '* i Hf “ * Riddell passing to Bock as the fr °m ‘’.lose. in. scorer* were Larry Simon*, 

% «* g latter burst through a hole inL 3 55 nUclon ou,shat Vlclom 'I Neil Murphy and Alex Dick 

a ? a ! “!£ ’j the Bronco dcfertce - Bock K°‘l In Vancouver, Ray Todd had j **»' e ' Wayne Dye replied for 

around the last defenceman and two goals and two assists for I Vernon. 


* Jerry Quarry reels across ring from force of Chuvalo blow 

Chuvalo Topples Quarry 


NEW YORK (UP!) - 

George Chuvalo, hi* right eye 
grotesquely closed for mo 6 t of 
the fight and blood streaming 
down his body, unleashed a 
desperation punch in the 
seventh round to knock out 
Jerry Quarry Friday night 
when the unsteady Californian 
was unable to hear the count. 

The doctor was ready to 
stop the bout at the end of the 
round but Chuvalo, 32, fight¬ 
ing .strictly on courage after 
beiagt^inded in one eye in the 
fodrth round, threw the punch 
that mocked x Quarry across 
the ring and ttrithf canvas. 

Zach Glaylon started the 
count, and Quarry squatted 
ready to arise on any signal 


from the referee. But the 
count reached nine and then 
10 with Quarry still on one 
knee, and Clayton waved that 
it was a knockout. 

The ending of the scheduled 
10 -rounder was one of the 
most dramatic and confused 
in years at Madison Square 
Garden, and the crowd surged 
to ringside to cheer, jeer and 
try to find out what had 
happened. 

Quarry stormed around in 
protesi, and Garclen officials 
said they would try to 
rematch the two as early as 
possible with *11 thoughts of a 
title bout with Joe Frazier 
wiped out by the drama. 


It was the 48th knockout of 
Chuvalo’s career and ran his 
record to 56-15-2 over a 13- 
year career. Quarry, 24, had 
his record drop to 33-4-4. 
Chuvalo weighed 217 pounds 
compared to 201% for Quarry. 

The fight was brutal and 
bloody until the knockout with 
a second left in round seven 
with Chuvalo and Quarry both 
using street tactics, butting, 
hitting on the break, using 
elbows and low blows. 

Several times Clayton 
warned them, and Chuvalo 
once clutched his groin after a 
low punch. But no points were 
deducted. 

Quarry got a slight nick by 
his right eye in the second 


round, but he opened a bloody bench 
gash under Chuvalo's right Mof> _ 
eye at the bell in the fourth cauge 
round and weDt to work on * 

the wound to close it early in ,,_ 

the (nth. Hand 

, plus 

It became obvious that it back 
was only a matter of time 
before the bout would be BOt ' 1 
stopped after Dr. Harry Ant 
Kleiman conferred with Clay- a goa 
ton at the end of the sixth Bock 
round. of th 

With blood streamihg, exciti 
Chuvalo did a weird dance at Am 
the finish while his manager, playe 
Irving Ungerman, hugged to sb 


Next game*: Tonight — VICTORIA 
■I Kelowna: Kamtoopn at Penticton. 

PENTICTON—A strate¬ 
gic move by coach Doug 
Anderson in the second 
period paid off later in the 
winning goal as Victoria 
Cougars took a hard-fought 
7-6 victory from Penticton 
Broncos to open a B.C. Jun¬ 
ior Hockey League road F 
trip. Brit 

The win enabled Cougars to anrM 
hold their five-point edge over garr 
second-place Vancouver Centen- by c 
nials, who scored a 5-1 decision 
over Vernon Easos at Van- 1 
couver. Cou 

At the seven-minute mark of *' S8 ’ 
the second period. Anderson 
benched defencemen Laurie Kar 
Moore and Dale Pennock be- I 
cause' of inadequate play. He 
went the rest of the game with 
three ^pfencemen — regulars -w- 
Randy Bock and Gerry Bond, I 
plus Murray Kennett. moved I 
back from a forward spot. JLjl 
BOCK GETS WINNER 

And each of the three scored 
a goal while playing extra time, L 
Bock getting the winner at 17:35 ■ 

of the third period to cap an 
exciting seesaw contest. 

Andersen had to go with 16 
players. Pat Askew was forced I vitini« 


Decision on Protests 
Promised by Dec . 20 


PENTICTON (CP) — The president of the 
British Columbia Junior Hockey League will 
announce a decision Dec. 20 concerning four 
games involving Kamloops Rocket* protested 
by different league clubs. 

Rockets won games with Victoria 
Cougars. Vancouver Centennials, Vernon 
Essos and tied with Kelowna Buckaroos from 
Nov. 1 to 11. Each club protested that 
Kamloops used Ineligible players. 

League president Howie Hamilton said 


delay In announcing a decision was "mostly 
*iy fault." 

“I've been busy but we’ll clear the whni* 
thing up at a league meeting here Dec. 20." 

Player* considered ineligible were Wayne 
Gibbs, Ernie Wurmlinger and Andy Laramie, 
who joined Rockets from Calgary Centennial* 
of the outlaw Oanadian Hockey Association. 
Opposing clubs contended they were not duly 
registered for Kamloops at the time the four 
games were played. 

The three were later registered and have 
continued to play for Kamloops. 


Late Goal Gives Rifles Tie 
But Vikings Edge to Top 


Irving Ungerman, hugged to stay in Victoria due to uni- 
him. Quarry's cornermen versity exams and Ted Plowe Zkrr. 


1 * V a i* ii u* University of Victoria Vikings, Hockey League, one point ahead 
J « i n a “I held to « 3-3 tie by Queen's Own 'die Butler Bros. 

i a . i. .. . j Riflei Wednesday at Esquimalt , l f eorge iecon . d goaJ * 

rridiy .. Etquimaii Sports Centre, moved into first the game with four minutes and 


Life No Cherry Bowl 


ht nick by stormed into the ring to worked all day. Plowe Hew to Nexl ^ mei . Frld%y „ E>qulr 
he second protest. Penticton, reaching the arena Spurt* centre — Stocker* *•*. Rin«* At 

--- at 9 p m but And€rson had to a P.HI-; Hu.l e_r._y_. V Mw ■' »=1» 

go without him because ho 

Rarely In iury-Free plare ™ uM bc n 


TOPS IN LEAGUE UUi 

• ~U m 1 1 • Penticton got the first goal 

I 'll III but Victoria led 3-1 after the first 

Star Smiles J lirough Kam shshs o 

and was Munro's 18th, high in 
i the league. 

MONTREAL lCP> To the The Canadiens' captain was I Last season Beliveau sat out * In the six-goal second period, 
average fan or young hockey injured last Saturday night one game with a bruised bone Penticton tied it at 3-3 before 

hopeful, life has been a bowl of when Barry Gibbs, Minnesota in the hand and six more with a Kennett got his goal at 7:22, mi/imcm* 

cherries for big Jean Beliveau. North Stars defenceman, fell on groin injury. after the double benching. 

Reiiveau himself, now 38 and Beliveau’s left leg after a rou- This season he has been well Broncos got two more and 

in his 17th reason with Montreal tine collision along the boards, below par—although he missed Cougars one, by Lon Miles, b»”'? e™^oid. h 

Canadiens of the National Hock- Beliveau was rushed to hospital only one game prior to the making It 5-5 going into the final 

ey League, has helped create for x-rays, but was released a r.kle injury—with a condition PC™d. Accurate fc 

that image with a fluid styie af when no bone break showed. which was described as weari ON POWER PLAY outstanding p 

play and an easy oU-icc atfabil- He missed Sunday and ne8s . Bond scored unassisted at 


Wednesday 


“ 5 - “Ona eooreo unassisted at ton nf the Tntor Hioh grhnr.1 Rnva Burrow* 24. Mil* Morrill 9, Duff Me- 14:45; Uuder (H 

He nlnwri rmlv hrteflv in sev- 2'04 on a nowpr ntav before “P ™ “ Kr “P s' 0001 “y 8 C»*hev 7. Pete Gibson, Aihley DougU* THIRD PKBIon 
He played only onetiy m sev z -ua on a power piay Derore Raagpthaii League Friday a* the - i»n Lewi. 4. Mike kd e Kin**, Ed* 


ipori* ontr* — siorkrr* vs. Rin«* At • ,, 25 seconds left, earned Rifles 

i Honor, V*. VMM, .t 9:15. 1 P*** _»n the Vancouver Island the (je aftw ^ Qju ^ m and 

Bob Buie scored a minute and 

_ 55 seconds apart late in the 

M 1 9 M second period to give Vikings 

burrows Guides 

Rifles’ Ede scored in the first 

_ i period and Roes Milhvard put 

M m » ■ W T • i Rifles ahead at 17 :(J5 of the sec- 

■ It* \J* W/ J tond before, the quick outburst by 

» M-M \M' j TwwWW ' Vikings started with Buie's acor- 

** jing shot at 17:45. 

Stockers North Americans de- 

( ., k p a ? ^ Burrows scored 14 of his 24| feated Chemainus Blues, 5-1, Ln 

victoria s J i 143 4 points from the free-throw line, gp exhibition game. 

RctawM* 1 *’ !! ! in in ! Doug Walton added 18 points firnt period 

RortN. ' • » 14 • to the total for Bays, who took , 3 ; V rmK*' ' Tr “ k ' * * 

N»xl same: Thuraday at 4 p.m. — Oak a 25-16 firSt-haK lead. Pete PenalSei — lander IR» 3:40: De*- 
^ “ R ' ynoW * Grabowski topped the Totems JBESS^^ShP^ <V1 M: “- 

Accurate foul-shooting and the 14 points, four more than «»Wia»di«a. itan» 

outstanding performance of Walt Nemec. 4 . viktn|«. ft* * jweyver) n: 45 . 

Burrows guided Oak Bay to the oak BArts*) — Doug Walton is. Wait Peiwiiiu—s«n*ih iv> 4 . 40 . tuiaaii nn 


r w 1 . r 
1 i • ut 


Mike Morrill 9. Duff Me- 14:45; louder <R1 l»:S2. 


A casual dieck of NHL re- practise Thursday and could not ^ry 'm«s rf pVnti^ ZT& “ ,P * rk ‘ n ‘ 

’^*^L eL m l n L ** SSl.TS ing back into a fairly full meas- second goal of the night while <V ‘ ,! “= B * d ' 


Jean Beliveau 


cords shows the many honors he skate Then he went back to 

has won over the years. I hospital for more x-rays. Tlie 

CRACKED BONE second trip showed the break 

a..* 1 1 . ___and lie now has the ankle in a I 

But look again. The games* 

played column also shiws that cas ' 
pro hockey can be an injury- ] PATTERN 
tilied career. Beliveau broke into the league 

Beliveau found out Thursday toe 1953-54 season as one of 
that what was first diagnosed as l fhe most heralded rookies of all 
a sprain was in fact a cracked I time. He had become a legend 
ankle bone-an injury that will in Quebec amateur hockey en¬ 
force him out of action for near- i -'tos before the Canadiens fi- 
ly three weeks. nally lured him to the pro fold. 

In his first season with the 
NHL club lie suffered a broken 
leg and a broken jaw that 
T W M ’ torccd him to sit out 26 games 

J fw tw m /yl| S- » The first season apparently set 
f f Mj 112/ MW.*, \ a pattern. 


u •. , ing back into a fairly full meas- second goal of the night while 77U „, viM n H» Hic+, 

hospital for more x-rays. The| u 4 of health ^forl the latest Cougars were short a man. Vic- ^ 8t Vlct ° na H,gh 


mishap. 


Carol Naughty 
But Good Too 


Olivares 

Retains 

Crown 

LOS ANGELES (AP) — 


toria killed a two-man-short 
situation later, and then came 
the winner. 

Bond and Chris Riddell 


VICTORIA 1. PENTICTON ( 
FIRST PERIOD 

1. Pentlclon. P»r*nt (Mercroll. Caren 
1:15. 

2. Vlctori*. Cowlrk (12) (Riddell 1 1:27 

3. Victoria, Moor* (S) (LtlUel 9:06 

4. Victoria, Munro (18) (Conrick, Rid¬ 
dell) 11:25. 

Penal tie* — Boyle (P) 10:07: Robin¬ 
son (V) 13:07: Moore (V) 15:23: Gawry 
letz (P) and Kwaaney (V) 19:04. 
SECOND PERIOD 

5. Penticton, Pentland 1-3. 

S. PenUcton, Mo** (Penlland) 5:5& 


, , 8. Jim Nemec 10, A1 Mariyn 1 Nell Slope- 

Bay S sank 26 of 34 foul shots Bladutork, Jack Roblnaun. Brian Dunn. Roaon (Rl 9 9 5-3 

t __ nc __ , Kevin TuMmaend, Pel* Grabowmkl 14. Tenlarl 1 V 1 5 3 11 3 

for a 76.5 percent average and I John RnMlbnt _ Atandan.-. sso. __ 

Defensive Star for Texas 

' \ 

Loses Leg Week After Game 

HOUSTON (UPI) — Fred left leg Friday in a battle to j socoma • t u rrra j , the fastest 
Steinmark, a punt return save his life threatened by spreading type,'and the defen- 


r victoria. Kennett (5) (Cwk-k. Mun spgcjajjgt who helped lead cancer. sive back had no chance to live 

g. Pentictop. Pentland ii: m. Texas to its epic 15-14 win over Doctors said the cancer in without the amputation: 

O Ponltotrm Dmil. I Una. 4 i. CO r . , . ,. . 

Arkansas a week ago. lost his Steinmark s ailing leg was a A spokesman*for the hospital 
^ said there was no guarantee 

that all the cancerous tissue 
M ’___ _ . m M m m ,. was removed, but that doctors 

Lomox Players 

The boy Is m great spirits, 
the spokesman said. “He is a 

m rM !• m fine boy — real inspiration." 

■ m Steinmark’* teammates sent 

m carnations in the form of *No. 

Canadian Forces Base Comox took the veterans singles "It is a shook to all of us." 
players took the open titles and championship, defeating CFB said Coach Daxreli Royal. "It’s 
CFB Esquimalt players won the Comox ’8 Bob Greenlaw, 15-1, 15- just hard to believe that it 
veterans championships in the 6 . The veterans doubles title happened but it is one of those 
two-day Canadian Armed was won by Esquimau’s Ken things that you, have to accopt, 
Forces Zone 1 badminton Mitchell and Jack Strarhan, that you have to try to 
championships completed Fri- who downed Carl Kissinger and understand, 
day at CFB Esquimalt. Bill Branch of Chilliwack, 15-10, “It is unbelievable that a boy 

Tom Barnes defeated A1 15-13. wh ° starting safety last 

Simmons at CFB Holberg, 18-15, Representing Zone 1 (British week could have this happen to 
15-13, to take the open singles Columbia) at the national finals him so soon,” Royal said, 
title and combined with Wayne at CFB Shearwater, Nova Th e 'Texas coach was at the 
Green to win the doubles title Scotia, January 29 to 31, are the hospital with Steinmark'* 
over Bill King and Norm Lucas five champions. King, Simmons, parents during the operation. He 
of CFB Chilliwack, 18-15, 17-16. Branch and George Seakins of said Steinmark would remain m 
Merv Hunter of Esquimalt Chilliwack. th e recovery room until today, 

|-,-DISCOVERED MONDAY 

Steinmark complained of pain 
# •—-w in his leg after the Arkansas 

linenino llpsmif 

l/UV/lllllC i/LOLLIH ray of his leg was taken at tha 

M. school clinic in Austin. 

The doctors told the 20-year- 

/"'l I • 1 \J 9 m 0,d junior his leg might be 

Lunches Victory sss*■ m * ,,gnan ' ,umor 

J Steinmark came to Texas 

, from Denver, and started last 

VAL D’ISERE, France (AP) American girl In a tie with Miss year | n the Longhorn defensive 
— Michele Jacot of France Jacot in the individual ladies' b ac kfjeld. He picked off five 
made two almost flawless des- World Cup standings, each with passes during the season, 
cents down the tricky slopes 40 points. Miss Cochran had fin- He also was a punt return 
Friday and beat out America’s tshed third In the ladies' giant specialist and last year led the 
Barbara Cochran for theislalom Wednesday. Southwest Conference in punt 

women's special slalom title In Betsy Clifford of Canada returns, bringing back 25 punts 
the Criterium of the First Snow placed ninth in 1:16.84. for iTt yards, 

ski competition. 1 Up — ,,,. — 7 ^ , ■ ■ — ■■■■ - ■ ~r ■ Vi ii ... 

i Ihe event count* in the Alpinejl Victoria Fish and Game 

u'nrlri rs.n etanriintra ■ Protective Association 


EAST nlVWION 


Gimpbell 

Decrees 

Auditorium 


BUFFALO, N.Y. (UPI) rZ 
Clarence Campbell, president 
of the National Hockey league ' 
said Friday night the' new n 
B uffalo entry must play in 
Memorial Auditorium. u<u 

Campbell ruled out Erie 
County's proposed new dotn- C 


a i anci ji. iajs a n u t b t a tAP) g. pmtictoc. Pentland 13 :m Texas to its epic 15-14 win over 1 Doctors said the cancer 

Only twice since then has he World bantamweight champion Arkansas a week ago. lost his Stemmark's ailing leg was 

played a full season free of seri- Ruben Oltvares of Mexico City Penalties — pennock (Vi 3 :i«, »:J 0 : -—- 

ous injury: in the 1954-55 season blasted Alan Rudkin, the British webi^rTv* : r 7 : i 5 Ro,> ’ 

and again the next year when Empire champion from Eng- third per inti fy IW 

the full schedule was 70 games, land, Into submission in two 11 414 f YifU OT MM /7 

ASSORTED ILLS minutes, 30 seconds of the sec- 1 ^ 35 vlc<ort *' 00011 <S1 to 1 *** 11 - B " n( " v> m M w \Jw\/ JL w J M O 

In 1956 57 Beliveau missed ond round Friday night to retain penaitie. - PenUand (pi M; Bond ^ 

one game, but the next year be the crown of the 118-pound divi- rff"*su!P g FT** m V 

Capture titles 


v**» \«tk . . ii m i i h 11 si sat out 15 with'fractured ribs sion. m^** tyt M 40: Munro <v> 

aStST 1 n " « * S § SI He missed six games with as- The sensational 2i-year-old ti- Fnrs^a (v> m 12 15-37 

"Jj" 11 2 !! ,1 J 21 * S sorted ailmenU in 1958-59 and tlehoider, who weighed 117%, '’^tSIdal^i *37 s * 9 » 

r*M 11 1 n 4 v u a then for the 1959-60 season was signaled the quick end when he —----- 

on the sidelines for 10 more floored the 28-year-old chal- 

r *i. t r a n. with pulled groin and stomach lenger for the first time in his FAN FARE 

s« ts • 1 «i a » muscles. seven-year career in the first 

iViuEnla » » 1 * l « 3 S The 1960-61 schedule saw the round of their scheduled 15- By WALT niTZEN 

rrr f ~f “* -} *. • *J 2 S 5 al ' _s,ar mi8S one g*nrte, round fight. 

i« »»«-•— ti in i s n ii but he was off to a bad start the Olivares, scoring his 28th ^ 

r.ext season when he injured his straight knockout and 52nd in 54 - | 

knee in training camp and fights, polished off the game A 

■i MIME***. Boaiua *t phiudciptiM. si missed 27 game*- Briton with a succession of le- 

u«ii *4 Lo. Anp.i« BRUISED BONK thal ,efts and rlglttx. starting 

n , j. He missed one game the next I ike bombardment almost as r/jn r A '*’) ferfrii 

Oakland Seals defenceman i aeason and two In 1963-64 when a«>n as the second round began l 1 0^4 . iJLJ 


FAN FARE 

By WAI-T nrrZEN 


ed stadium as a play ing, Site Carol Vadnali, whose 115 ' 

for the team. penalty minute, are far ahead he again wen Hart Trophy^ 

Increased attendance capa- of his nearest competitor in the . " ee “^ u j7 . . . 

city, better lighting and other Natiwial Hockey League this ® ,x " • 1K1 ~ H 

improvements in the Auditor- season, drew a major and a tor ' . 

ium were among the cmdi- minor Friday - pius tvro goals ^ £ 

lions on which award of an and one assist. the _ 196^67^ schedule^ saw 


NHL franchise 
were hinged. 


Summonses 
Issued Now 


minor Friday plus two goals m'^edthreethe next year, and 

and one assist. th «" ^, 19 “^ , "J edu,e * a ' v 

hint displaced for 13 games by 
His three points led Seals to a an eye injury and four more by 
4-1 victory over Pittsburgh „ amir puli. 

Penguins at Oakland in the During regular 1967-68 play a 
league’s only Friday game. injury knocked him out for 
; Vadnais scored in the first and 15 Ramea and in the Stanley 
third periods, and kept busy In Q , p aRn i M t st. Louia Blues to* 
jthe second by getting into a su rf cr ed the same kind of nnkle 
fight with Pittsburgh's Tracy .,rnhlem he is nursing today. 

| Pratt as Ihe pqriod ended. 


I Gary Jarrett, on a power 
OTTAWA (CP) — Summonses I play, and Billy Hicke also 
have been Issued by provincial! scored for Seals as they won the 
court for hockey players Ted game 'with three first-period 
Green and Wayne Maki to ap- goals. The result put Oakland 
pear Dec. 18 to answer charges only two pnints behind fourtfa- 
of assault causing bodily harm, place Philadelphia, 
court clerk Dal Dupuis said Fri- rrmiBllMlH WUAMt , , 

t-'IRKT riUHIII 

The two National Hockey , okUnd. vsdwt* <•. .ing.rfiew.1 


Bathgate 

Sparks 

Canucks 


r w L T r *n. 
Umnn * IS l 3 1*4 T* 3J 

i n I.....I » 13 7 S 113 m St 

mm ix^r* ti it is n si a 

HratU* S* 13 14 I SI *7 77 

rM. 94 1 II 4 71 IS 9 

tk-nvrr IS S 13 S M I* II 

N.n IM, (Ml t. ( II : m i. 

Hud games: Tootgtll fhoenn «l 
Denver: Ssn IMejo si Sestti*. 


WhenToFishJ^! Andy Bath 8 ate *» rod lwo 

r\_ goal* and aidded one assist Frl- 

^ day to lead Vancouver Canucks 
cVV- 1 , to a 4-1 victory over last-place 
Sait Lake City, and extend 
AccoriBni ta the Saiu*»r T»i>i** c*i I Canucks' lead in the Western 


League players were charged Kob « ul !SSs i ilUS%Jat Hockey League to three points. 

_ e-_,t <m a ,4iik;Knn l OsJUand. Jairett (S) lEhmu.. Msr- N“ U| '* l . 1 * lB S l “ l ) ,nd .‘O* 1101 ™* „ ^ . 


after a Sept. 21 exhibition game M4r h* »* follow* (Time* *h«*n »r* 

here between Boston and St. • s osutond. hm» ro nn*M*. Hiss p ^ 1Dc Slj,ndjrri 
Louis In which Green c t Boston Pmaitm - n*xuu <pi J:U; Mutoir 1VIW1 

Bruins suffered a depressed SZT* lP> “ r A - M ' 1 

skull fracture requiring emer- rvaU „, Minor Major Minn 

gency .surgery Green is still * m!lhur){ h. scMnM ,st ( pr*nuc*i. 8‘50 S:*o 9:20 
recuoeratine »« TOMORROW 

9:45 3:«S 10:15 


KWtcy .surgery \»reen is suit A iNitihunch. Scfilntal (51 (PrrnUcel 
recnqierating "7 

Dupuis said the summonses j v , p ^%r * *j 

have been sent to U.S police IPr»u IP) (major and minor) »:® 
agendes but he could not say | rniNu rr.fcR»i» 
whether they have been served' *• QaWaitA v«tniu <•»* tingarfieid) 
on the twp playeni. ’V^Lin*. n«m. 


imei *howu ar* Canucks outshot ttte losers by 
y a 55-18 margin with Ted Taylor 

and Pat Hannigan also scoring 
P.M. for Vancouver and Dan Schoek 
Minor Major replying for Salt Lake. 

9:20 3:05 At Phoenix. San Diego Gulls 

tOW heat the Rnndnmners, 3-1, to tie 

10 15 4-05 Rowland in second place. War- 


Major oeriod*. U«,ng li ,= ^ Ed Eh ^ V f th 1 

3 hour*, dark typ* A1 Nicholson scored for San 

Minor ptrkxia, *»rt«r in duraUoo, ilgw' Diego, while Milan Marcetta got| 
' ypg ' the Phoenix goal. 


Opening Descent 
Clinches Victory 


Ihe event count* in the Alpine 
World Cup standings. 

The 17-year-old French girl 
clinched the victory with her 
brilliant opening run, ducking 
33.58 seconds. Her combined 
time was 1 minute, 12.88 sec¬ 
onds 

Miss Cochran, from Rich¬ 
mond, Vt. clocked 1:13.10 for 
second place with Florence 
Steurer of France third in 
1 13.25. 

| That performance placed the 


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ISLAND NEWS 


PACE TWENTY-ONE 


SECOND NEWS SECTION 


VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1969 


Nanaimo Committee Entertains Businessmen, Clubs 


Young People Seek Aid in Firehall Plan 


and held In custody until 
parents arrived. 

"There was not one juvenile 
the following day this year. I 
asked the officers who had 
been on duty and they told me 
it was not what the police or 
adults had done but what the 
youth did themselves," he 
said. 


hensive, knowing what had 
happened the year before," he 
said. 

The 1968 Halloween pro¬ 
duced a near-riot at North¬ 
brook Mall when more than 12 
young people faced charges of 
being members of an unlawful 
assembly and assault charges. 
Many more were picked up 


the old hall usable without 
violating conditions imposed 
by Nanaimo city counall. 

Provincial Court Judge 
William PhiTpot answered 
those who had asked what the 
committee had done so far. 

"It was my duty to be on 
the bench the Saturday follow¬ 
ing Halloween. I was appre- 


The committee proposed 
that the Greater Nanaimo 
area help by providing 510,000 
and that its members would 
find the balance, mostly 
through volunteer work. 

Ed McGougan, another 
adult advisor, traced the nine- 
month history of the com¬ 
mittee's attempts to obtain 
the firehall and build the 
organization into one which 
would benefit both young 
people and adults. 


materials and would not know 
how to pare their budget down 
to necessities. 

He referred specifically 1 6 
the fact that they had esti¬ 
mated the total conversion 
costs when the money-making 
area was the ground floor. 

He suggested they meet 
with him to plan how to make 


By ARNOLD OLSON 

NANAIMO — A dinner at 
Nanaimo Vocational Training 
School Thursday night was 
possibly unique in Canada, 
guest were told by Mladen 
Zorkin, an adult director of 
the Committee for the Ad¬ 
vancement of Youth. 

The committee had invited 


about 50 people to a dinner 
which was cooked by the 
school’s culinary arts class. 

"Where else would you find 
a group of young people, 18 
years mostly, who invited the 
leading businessmen and 
service club representatives 
out to dinner," asked Mr. 
Zorkin. 


After the dinner and some 
songs b y members, who 
turned away from traditional 
dinner clothes for bell-bottom 
trousers, and bright, modern 
colors, guests received a bro¬ 
chure which showed the pre¬ 
liminary estimates put the 
cost of renovating the old 
Nanaimio fire hall at $15,000. 


He admitted there had been 
difficulties and internal fight¬ 
ing. 

He and Glynn Davies, also 
an adult advisor, submitted 
letters of resignation three 
days before Halloween 
because of alleged misconduct 
by committee president Jim 
Morgan. 

Later they decided to 
remain after Mr. Morgan, 
junior members and adult 
advisors had discussed prob¬ 
lems. 

Mr. McGougan said the 
difficulties had arisen because 
of poor communications. 


"I think they (CAY 
members) really put in a 
tremendous effort trying to 
communicate with the adult 
world. They got involved with 
society — so much so that I’m 
sad to- say that the adult 
world let them down to the 
tune of $450," Mr. McGougan 
said. 

He said CAY was formed, 
not to be just an organization 
to which young people could 
belong, but one that would 
benefit all young people. He 
said there had been various 
problems discussed from 
drugs, drinking, sex and 
family to fears of nuclear 
warfare. 


HANDS OF friendship are clasped 
by, from left, Sheila McLaughlin, com¬ 
mittee public relations officer, Jim 
Morgan, president, Mayor Charles 


Darkis of Qualicum Beach, represent¬ 
ing Nanaimo region, and Aid. Mrs. 
Gertrude Hall who attended dinner as 
Nanaimo's acting mayor-Ame* nut 


Campbell River Probe 


Economic Picture 
Drawn by Survey 


"We have to trust our 
children. At the same time, 
we have responsibilities to 
feed them the data for 
decision-making,** he said. 

He added that the use to 
which the committee hoped to 
put the old fireball was "a 
resource that is much needed 
in this community." 

"The Canadian Council of 
Youth and Children is watch¬ 
ing this group because it is 
the first entirely youth- 
sponsored society. If success¬ 
ful, It will be another first for 
Nanaimo," he said. 


Students Stage Gym Protest 

Education Minister Donald Brothers was confronted also opened two elementary schools in the city. He 
with student picket line Friday when he went to Said he was seeking more co-operation from school 
open Wellington junior high school. Pupils were boards on efficient use of schools. He also gave the 
campaigning for gymnasium. There were about 25 students in three schools Monday off.— (Klaus 
signs and about 50 children picketing. Mr. Brothers Muenter) 


CAMPBELL RIVER — l The outline contains the text 
Campbell River municipal of a promotional brochure for 
council has been told about the Campbell River, 
third phase of an economic Purpose of the study is to 
development study which a assist in implementing a work- 
management consultant team able economic development pro- 
has been preparing for the i gram 
municipality and surrounding tions. 
areas. 

Barry McDougall and Donald 
Murray of P. S. Ross and 
Partners of Vancouver said that 
the initial impetus for the study 
came from the provincial 
government which would share 
its costs with the municipality. 

Mr. McDougall said that 
Campbell River was the first \ 
municipality in B.C. to take 
advantage of the proposal, and 
Comox-Strathcona was among 
the leaders in regional districts 
requesting such a study. 

FIRST PHASES 
The first two phases of the 
survey are concerned mainly 
with the local regional district 
and were discussed with a study 
committee Thursday afternoon. 

Mr. Murray explained to 
council that the study presented 
an outline of the economic 
picture for the district and the 
prospects for expansion. The 
collection of facts-contained in 
the study was primarily for 
information of industries inter¬ 
ested in locating in the district. 


I with the people of Campbell 
1 River, its elected leaders, 


War Against Pollution 


Mr. McGougan, senior pro¬ 
bation officer for Nanaimo, 
said that there had been 42 
young men sent to jail last 
year at a cost of $5,500, 
compared annually with the 
$15,000 needed by the 
committee. 

He said the old firehall 
would not keep all young men 
from going to jail in the 
future but that it would do a 
vital part in reducing the 
number. 


Wildlife 

Expert 

Named 


because politicians were very "Nobody, for instance, would 
concerned with people. dare to question the authority of 

He felt Duncan SPEC should a warden and this type of 
aim to start a campaign to authority should also be applied 
collect 17,000,000 names of a pollution warden, 
people who will pledge never to /‘If 1 burned old tires in my 
vote for a candidate not con- backyard, creating an offensive 
cerned with pollution and smell, I can guarantee you I 
"then no government would would be told to stop It 
ignore you.” immediately by the city In- 

... specter. I cannot see that there 

should be two different laws — 

Mr. Bigg outlined his single one for the wealthy industry 
handed campaign against and one for the ordinary Joe," 
MacMillan B1 o e d e 1 in the he said. 

Albemi Valley at the beginning 
of 1966. 

He said: "If you take on the 
battle against pollution you will 
find that it is a most soul- 
rendering battle.” 

Mr. Bigg said that he 
amassed material and facts in 
the Alberni Valley campaign, 
organized a silent protest march 
of 400 people, arranged various 
events to raise money and 
finally, with a delegation of 28 
people, went to Victoria to 
present a brief to three cabinet 
ministers. 

"After we had spoken to the 
ministers, I was convinced they 
would do nothing.” 


which is the power behind the 
country. People can shake this 
power if every man and woman 
will pledge never to vote for a 
political candidate who does not 
make pollution a very strong! 
plank in his platform." 

Mr. Bigg suggested that to 
make that pledge meaningful, 
future political candidates would 
have 


DUNCAN —Unless political 
candidates in all levels of 
government were forced by 
millions of people to make the 
fight against pollution their 
prime concern, pollution of land, 
sea and air would continue. 

; That was what Duncan news¬ 
paper publisher Andy Bigg told 
members of Duncan branch of 
the Society of Pollution and 
Environmental Control during a 
meeting Thursday night. 

He said: "Connected with 
pollution is power and a lot of 
power is the power of industry 


Architect Jim White told 
members that he had offered 
to help them but they had not 
shown up at his office. 

He said he suspected their 
$15,000 estimate was too high 
because they were not expert 
at getting the best prices for 


their pledge 
against pollution in writing. 

Mr. Bigg stated that govern¬ 
ments may ignore individual! 
attempts to get rid of pollution! 
but it would be impossible to 1 
Ignore millions of people 


Brothers 

Hold 

Whales 


Constitution Study Due 


Cement Strike 
Called 
For Monday 


PENDER HARBOUR — 
Three fishermen reported 
Friday they had captured 
nine, possibly lft killer whales, 
In the waters of Fender 
Harbor. 

Brothers Cecil and Darby 
Reid said they cornered four 
of the whales Thursday and 
five or six more were caught 
Friday morning by coDeague 
BUI Cameron. They were 
unable to count the swimming 
whales. 

What the men intend to do 
with the whales hasn't been 
made clear. The Vanconver 
Aquarium already has two, 
bat officials said aqnarlnms 
elsewhere have expressed In¬ 
terest In acquiring specimens. 


accelerating pace of contamina- Following the first public' 
tion,and nailing for support of a meeting in the Albemi Valley,, 
pollution and environmental the company announced it 


thoroughly study the constitu¬ 
tion and provincial set-up of 
SPEC. 

Following the decision Her¬ 
bert Power, an executive 
member of SPEC said that he 
regretted deferment of the issue 
because he felt that time was of 
the essence. 

Mr. Power, who has circu¬ 
lated a statement stressing the 


CAMPBELL RIVER - When 
members of Campbell River 
Pollution Society met recently, 
they decided to table a motion 
that the group should join the 
Society for Pollution and En¬ 
vironmental Control until their 
January meeting. 

Chairman David Brown said 
that was done primarily to give 
members an opportunity to 1 


RAMBERTON — Employees at the Bamberton plant of 
Ocean Cement Ltd. will join workers at a Burnaby cement 
plant in a strike on Monday. 

The Burnaby plant is owned by Lafarge Canada Ltd. Alex 
Derry, vice-president and general manager of the company’s 
western region, said strike notice had been served on the 
company and Ocean Cement by the United Cement, Lime, 
and Gypsum Workers International Union. 

About 223 employees are involved in both areas. 

Mr. Derry said it was believed to be the first strike ift the 
B.C cement industry since its inception in 1912. 

The company had offered the workers an increase of 72 
cents an hour, or 20 per cent, spread over two years. The 
union sought a 24-per-cent increase or 87 cents. 

In a statement Friday, Bruno Schachel, president of 
Local 277, at Bamberton, said about 150 workers would go on 
strike there at 6:30 a.m. Monday. 

Mr Schachel said the union had been negotiating for a 
new contract for some time prior to the expiry date of the 
old contract on Oct. 31. A company offer was rejected by the 
membership before that date. 

Members had voted 70 per cent in favor of a strike. 

Mr. Schachel said the offer on wages and fringe benefits 
made by the company was not satisfactory. Clauses for 
provision regarding working conditions were not resolved, to 
the point where "our members were not convinced that the 
company intended to live up to its declared intent.” 

Union demands besides wages and working conditions 
also concerned vacations and one additional statutory holiday, 
ha said. 


ing physicians in Campbell Mr Bigg slaled that cor J 
River and a large number of BiderinK th e large profits of the 
teachers and educators. company, the proposed amount 

Conservationist Roderick Haig- was negligible and pointed out 
Brown stressed the Importance ^ at it would C08t $ 17 , 000.000 !□ 
of not becoming static through correct the smoke and smell in 
one provincial organization in g, e valley, 
case that type of body failed to , , . 

the 

generation. It was not so *>™tecd. 

concerned with conquering the Don't let any company tell 

forests and wild lands of North y° u it cannot he done 

America as its forefathers but ★ ★ ★ 

was concerned about preserving 

a quality environment. tn Mexico, he said, a pulp 

He said that the society must miU was f^ced b V president 
be careful in its approach to to check smell and smoke. At a 
pollution problems and not California pulp mHl, the effluent 


Vancouver Island," he went on. 
"and we should be prepared to 
do this." 

Aid. Sandra Baikie felt that 
the municipality should make 
its own plans for development 
of the district without outside 
help from strahgers. 

Won’t it develop by itself 
anyway?" Hhe asked. 

Mr. McDougall said: “Every 
induairy that locates has been 
wooed in a dozen 


Company Fined $750 
In River Debris Case 


different 
ways. People really have to get 
out and hustle tor industries. 
The field is highly competitive 
and unless you get out and go 
after it you won’t 


GOLD RIVER — Tahals Co. wu fined <750 In Gold River 
Provincial Court Wednesday. 

The company pleaded guilty to a charge, brought hy the 
B.C. Wildlife branch, that It caused debris to be placed Into 
the Oktwancb River. 

The river li a salmon feeding stream which flows Into 
Muchalet Lake. 

Giving judgment, Judge R. R. Haig-Brown said It would 
be advisable to keep snch areas clean hi the future and not 
wait for the wildlife branch to lay charges. 


get the 
Industries. You have to be on 
the list of places to locate. Until 
they know about you, you won't 
get on their list of prospective 
sites.” " 

Mayor McDonald felt that 
Campbell River 


More Island 
* News 
Page 24 


was losing 
I opportunities for development 
! through lack of such a piogram. 

















Victoria, 8.C., Saturdoy, Doc. 13, 1969 


Summer Subjects 


Santa Will Visit 
By Helicopter 

CAMPBELL RIVER — Santa Clans will ar¬ 
rive by helicopter, providing the weather is good, 
at Type Plaza 2 p.m. Saturday. 

Children will be able to visit him daily on til 
Christmas in a little house which Is being specially 
built for him at the piua 


COURTENAY — The Uni- degrees attained shown in 
versky at B.C. senate has brackets), Alexander, John 
approved the award of Whiteford, B.Ed (secondary), 
academic degrees to 1,047 Hartley Rollins, B.Ed 
students, including eight from (elementary). Dennis Ray- 
the Comox Valley. 

The degrees were awarded 
to students who completed 
requirements over the 
summer months or at UBC’s 
annual summer session. 

Each recipient has the 
option of receiving the degree 
now or appearing at UBC’s 
1970 congregation i n the 
spring for the formal con¬ 
ferring ceremony. 

About half the fall gradu¬ 
ating claaa choose the latter, 
according to UBC's registrar, 

J. E. A. Parnall. 

Courtenay graduating 
students are: (previous 


mond Crawford, B.Ed 
(secondary), Dilwyn Leighton, 
(B.Ed) M.Ed. Donald Barry 
Lockhood. (B.Corn), MBA, 
Anssi K a 1 e r v o Rantamao 
(B.Sc) M.Sc, Henry Edward 
Schellinck, (BA, B.Ed) M.Ev, 
Pamela Kirk, BA. 


TOO MANY PAYMENTS? 


Canyon Crash 
Kills Four 

LYTTON (CP)—Three Calgary 
teenagers and one at two On¬ 
tario hitchhikers died Thursday 
In the Fraser Canyon when their 
car rolled over a 10-foot bank ; 
after skidding on ice. 

Killed were Erland Danyluk, 
18, Kenneth D. Robertson 19, 
and Catherine Marget Janes, 17. 

Names of the hitchhikers were 
withheld. The survivor was in 
satisfactory condition Hxirsday 
night in hospital here. 


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Cowtchaa Station. Seventy-foot 
well It part of plan by 
municipal officials to avert a 
water shortage In the district 
■ext summer. Municipal 
engineer John Sansom said 
earlier this week that B.C. 
water expert bad assured him 
that It would not be dangerous 
to use water although 
Duncan sewage lagoon was 
800 to 800 feet away. — 
(Klaus Muenter) 


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Doctors and Physiotherapists recommend exercise to help 


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NANAIMO — Hare wood dis- j 
trict trustees announced this 
week that service rates are to 
increase by 70 cents a month. 

Starting in January, garbage 
rates will go up by 10 cents to 
5125, water rates will increase 
by 35 cents to 55 and sewer 
rates will go up by 25 cents to 
52.75. 

A board statement said: 
“They reflect a wage increase 
Jan. 1 to our employees who are 
under union contract, plus in¬ 
creased charges for garbage 
dumping by the Nanaimo Dis¬ 
posal Service — operators of the 
city dump — for water supplied 
to us by Greater Nanaimo 
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Sewer district charges have 
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For the first time in Canada, a new concept in compulsory automobile insurance that 
places the emphasis on people...pays claims quickly, regardless of fault... 

and provides the highest accident benefits of any Canadian province. Any questions? 


Does IS different exercises 


Q, When does compulsory insurance become elective? Q. Ai su example, what ara tfee benefits U the 45-year- 

A. January 1,1970. It will be illegal to operaie a °“ h “ d 1 hou *^ 0,d J s kiHed 1 d *P'“ d « rt 

vehicle on any public road in British Columbia on or widow aad tw thildren. 

after that date without compulsory personal liability A. The surviving family would receive an immediate 
insurance to a minimum of 550,000, and accident benefits. cash payment of $5000 (the basic capital sum), plus 

$2000 (additional capital sum) plus $70 a week for 
104 weeks for a grand total of $14,280. If both 
father and mother are killed leaving two dependent 
children, the benefits would total $20,860. Your 
insurance company or agent can explain what the 
benefits would be in your own particular coverage. 


Q. Are tourists protected? 

A. If you collide with a car belonging to a tourist, your 
new policy will protect the tourist vehicle and its 
occupants as well as you reelf and your own car and 
occupants. 


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Q. What ii the penally M1 drive without the insurance? 
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less than three months, or both the fine and 
imprisonment. 


Q. Can I or my sarvlvors recover more than $50,090 
minimum personal liabilily? 

A. If the injured pereon or surviving family fed they 
have not been adequately compensated and that the 
other driver was at fault, they have the right to 
seek further recovery from the person responsible or 
from that person’s insurance company. It ii important 
to remember that there is no change m the law of 
negligence as it is applied to bodily injury or 
property damage. 


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be $10,000 higher than in 1969 
due to a planned water district 
expansion. 


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Q. If I do not own a car, do I need the Insurance? 

A. Not if you are personally driving an insured car with 
the consent of the owner. The owner’s policy will 
cover you. 


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Q. How will I buy the insurance? 

A. Through your insurance company or agent. It is the 
type of insurance that has changed ana not the 
method of purchase and payment. The Government 
oi British Columbia is not involved in the sale or 
administration of the insurance plan, only with the 
conception and enforcement of it. 


Q. What happen ii the accMo* Is ny fault? 

A. All accident benefits will be paid immediately no 
matter who is to blame. They apply to all occupants 
of the insured car and to the policyholder, his wife 
and dependents (if they are living in the same 
dwelling), and, with minor exceptions, will also apply 
while riding in other vehicles. They also apply to 
any pedestrian struck by the insured vehicle and to 
the policyholder and his family when they themselves 
are pedestrians. 


Q, Cau 1 6u y more than $50,000 coverage? 

A. You can buy any additional amount through your 
insurance company or agent. 


W Simply cash your FAMILY ALLOWANCE or OLD AGE PENSION cheque 
Jf at any Hillside shop and ask for an entry form. Grand Draw, 2:00 pjn., 
|If Satunlay, January 3, 1970. 

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A. By using insurance dollars to compensate people 
the Plan provides the people qf British Columbia with 
the highest accident benefits of any province in Canada. 

• The medical and rehabilitation coverage pays 
medical, surgical, dental, hospital, professional 
nursing services over and above those you can 
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• It includes ambulance, some drugs, artificial limbs 
and training in bow to use them, dental work, speech 
therapy, physio-therapy and an ever-growing number 
of techniques becoming available to assist in 
rehabilitation following injury. 

a The limit of the amount payable is the limit the 
policyholder has selected for third party liability, 
regardless of the number of insured persons. 

• The coverage alio pays $500 funeral costs. 

• Death benefits are based on a capital snm of $5000 
and include a number of additional payments 
depending on the status of the deceased and the 
number of dependents. 

• Both the immediate death benefit and weekly benefit 
paid in the event of the death of the family provider, 
increase 20% for each dependent after the Bret one. 


Your Insurance Company or agent will be in 
touch with you about your new policy, its 
provision* and the rates yon will be required In 
pay. If yon do not presently have insurance but 
plan to operaie a vehicle in British Colombia 
yon should arrange for this insurance without 
delay. Remember it is illegal to drive an 
■nbwured motor vehicle. Contact your insurance 
company lor full information. 


CONTEST RULES 

Name drawn will be required to answer a skill-testing question. If present when 
name is drawn, winner wins entire prize. If not present, shopper will be mailed 
$10.00 and balance of prize will be added to next month's contest. 


Q. Who pays lor repairs to my car? 

A. There is no change from the present. If you have 
collision coverage, your insurance company will pay 
for the damage repairs leu the deductible as 
stated in your policy. If another driver is responsible 
for the damage, a claim can be made against him. 


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Your new policy will also protect you from injury 
caused by an uninsured motorist. 


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ANDREW DUNNING 

_Broadview Propertlee Ltd. 


Slegg Bros. Realty Ltd. 

no Broughton at 
38S-S3S1 anytime 

REQUIRED — METCHOSIN - 
Col wood area — V.L.A. ailed led 
with water and hydra. Have client 
who wUi pay op to 17.500. Plaaae 
call Bill ftete*. At-lflf] (24 hra .1 or 
re* 47*8988 J. B. Royal Oak 
pTopertiaa Ltd. 


By PAT MURPHY which are part of the building’s i 
r ^ . « . .» roof, site development, street) 

Lowest of five bids re- lighting, art work, furnishings.; 
ceived Thursday for the permits, landscaping, lockers 
new Central Park aquatic “*. ■P 0 ? 1 ^Pment. 

. - 7 /v, 7116 basic low tender figure 

complex was 5100 ,7<XJ p i UB the additional cost would 
higher than the basic cost bring the total cost to the city 

estimate prepared by Vic- up to ^■ 643 ' 800 - 

t : Overall construction estimate 

1 made by the city was 11,460,100. 

Die low bid submitted by No one at City Hall denied 
Burns and Dutton Construction Thursday at the conclusion of 
"" — that the 

fate of the aquatic centre was 
however negotia¬ 
tions started with representa¬ 
tives of the low-bidding con- 
| tractor. 

Aid. Percy Frampton, coun¬ 


chairman said that it might be | but not. 


as is usual, 
possible to alter specifications | power to act.” 

amendment was. 


of the centre in such a way that An 


intro- 

the low bid could be cut by duced by Aid. Clyde Savage 
5163,700 to bring it in line with which requires the qomiQittM to 
the city’s basic estimate. make a recommendation to city 
Whether this could be done council. It will be council, 
without reducing the quality of rather than the committee, 
materials which went into the which will make the final 
building was another question, decision. 

One city hall observer said: The city has about 51,548.630 
“It’s a lot erf money to cut out in the kitty for the new aquatic 
of a building.” _ nm*ex made up of 51,468.630 

Other bidders were. Bird of T. S. McPherson estate 
Construction Ltd., 51,4854)00; money and 580,000 from the 
Farmer Construction Ltd., land sale fund. 

51,559,000; H. E. Fowler & Sons ★ ★ + 

Ltd., $1,462,253; G. H- Wheaton 

Ltd., $1,521,685. F™ reading was given a 

The tenders were referred to byjaw Thursday to allocate the 
the city’s recreation committee * 80 > 000 - TM* was before the 


CLIENT WANTS HORSE PASTURE 
of approx. 10 tterea with aound 3 - 
hedroora home within 10 mile* of 
Victoria. 

Frank Be am lib — Jotmrton A Co. 
Ltd. 385-2471 


Required for client from Calgary. 5 
bedroom home. Muit have full 
baaement and be near OatiioMc 
school. (22-08,000. BIU Fife. 385X81 
or 386-7036, Biodt Bros. Realty 

Lota cr acreage that can be built 
on any area. Earl McLarhlan, 582- 
OB72 or 281 2M1 National Truat Real 
Kitate Dept Hlllalde Shop Centra. 

LOTH OR ACREAGE IN ANV AREA 
Vldiary and Soria Ltd. 


Ltd., was $1,454,600. The city’s the council meeting, 
estimate was $1,290,900. 

However, the low bid of | in Jeopardy, 
$1,454,600 was for basic building 
costs only. 

To be added to that was 
I another $189,200 which included 
the cost of the three domes 


159 GULF ISLANDS 
PROPERTIES 


for dedicated service' 


PENDER ISLAND 
Over LOW waterfront with gravel 
beach. Smithern exposure, 2 home* 
large awlmmlng pool, (T5.IW0. 

Treed lot fronting on Thlevea Hay. 
sandy beach, (8,900. 

15’ waterfront wim (navel beach, 
piped water. Power (8,000 

lot faring Swanson 
Channel (8,900. 

Large lot with 1W waterfront 
■Hueted In preheated bay. southern 
exposure. (U. 000 . 

One ache cf secluded property with 
over 200 ' waterfront, modem toime 
with 21' living room. Fireplace. 
OOM heating I®. 900 

fred McLaughlin 

388-71 IS Ebteena Realty Ltd 3880106 
ISM Cook St. Victoria, B.C. 


70,009 T O 13,000 S Q . FT. 
taupeity cn sewer Apply 383 2817 

13.000 SQ FT. ON SEWER. SMALL 
house. 382-3817. 


154 ACREAGE ‘■OR SaLC 
AND WANTID 


Hospitals Could Learn from Schools 


GOBBLE HELL 
33 CHOICE AGRES 


Temporary Space 
For Patients? 


Ife* bean operated aa small farm, 
4 -room frame bungalow, outbuild¬ 
ing Property part treed and partly 
fenced Frorte on 2 roads. Eriate 
■ale. Aridng (30.000. 


Provincial Court of British Col ¬ 
umbia: Family Division Com¬ 
mittee for Greater Victoria held 
a luncheon for her Thursday. 

Oak Bay Aid. J. D. Watts 
presented her with a silver rose 
bowl enacribed to "Alderman 
Lily Wilson for dedicated com¬ 
munity service.” 

Mrs. Wilson—the daughter of 
tamer Victoria Aid. Margaret 
Christie, who served 10 years 
on city council—was instrumen¬ 
tal in the construction of the i 
family court building: she has 
pushed for grants for handi-i 
capped children, and has also 1 
been a champion of adequate 
housing for Victoria’s aged. 

She is tied with two former 
aldermen for length of tenure on 
council. Geoffrey Edgekrw, de¬ 
feated at the polls in 1967, and 
Edward Williams, who retired 
from council in 1949, were the 
I only other aldermen to serve 14 
years. 


Fourteen-year veteran of Vic- 1 
toria council—Aid. Lily Wilson— 
will retire at the end of this 
year. 

In appreciation of Mrs. Wil¬ 
son's “tenacity” in the struggle 
for a family court building, the 


SALT SPRING ISLAND 


L Panoramic view, luxury rancher 
overlooking TrlccnamaJl Channel 

and at. Mary's Lake, 1400 aq ft. of 
gradoua living, 3 bedrooms, 114 
baths doable carport *4 sere. 
Asking (39,000 writi terms 

Z 34 acre view lot In new aub- 
dtviilon, paved raak. drains, hydro 
In and on cablevtafcn. AakJrw (3,500 
Call 388-1381 or MADE HOLE 382- 
5389 or DON ROBBINS 583 7891 
Canada Permanent Truat Company. 


40 acres utili some marketette 
second growth timber. (38,000. 
Quick isle «aeM!iL Please cal 
Mr. Cuatsnce, 3860481 anytime. 
Savinarton. Stewart Cleric, Ltd 


THE CORPORATION OF TRE 
DISTRICT OF OAK RAT 
SEALED TENDERS will be received by 
the Corporation of the District at Oak 
Hay up until 12:00 NOON. Monday. Jan¬ 
uary 12 , 1970, at which time they wilt 
be opened In public at the Municipal 
Hall, for the supply at the following: 

Two only variable speed centrifugal 
ip wage pumps with a design capacity 
at 450 g-p-m. at 40 fert total dynamlr 
head, complete with automatic control 
system and related equtianent. 

Copies of the apeclflcafitxis may be ob¬ 
tained from the Engineering DepartmenL 
The lowest or any tender will not neca- 
tartly be accept ed. —- 

G. O. WHITE. P.Eng.. 

Municipal Engineer and Planner. 
Oak Bay Municipal Hall, 

3197 Oak Bay Avenue, 

Victoria, SC, 

December 12. 196S. 


CENTRAL SAANICH 


Hospital planners could 
learn a lesson from school 
planners and build temporary 
space to meet emergencies, 
Oak Bay MLA Scott Wallace 
said Thursday night. 

“Waiting lists are getting 
longer and longer," he said, 
"yet no one has even dared to 
suggest that these (acute 
care) heds will be ready in 
less than five years." 

Dr. Wallace had just com¬ 
pleted a tour of three schools 
in tiie Greater Victoria area as 
part of a Greater Victoria 
Teachers' Association cam¬ 


paign to "try to break down enrolled in public schools. The 
communication barriers" be- quality of facilities "far ex- 
tween government members cells what I was educated in." 
and schools. 

Association president Bill 
Broadly said neither Victoria 
MLA (Waldo Skillings and 
William Chant) had accepted 
the invitation. 

Dr. Wallace said that “both 
facilities and the staffs are of 
a high order" in the three 
schools — Fairbum elemen¬ 
tary, Willows elementary and 
Oak Bay junior high school — 
even though some of the 
quarters are a little 
“cramped.” 

He said the temporary 
classrooms at Fairbum made 
him think "could we not 
consider the same type at 
temporary facility for patients 
on waiting lists, or when they 
are half way through illness, 
or on the mend?” 

“I see no reason why there 
should not be some immediate 
action taken to provide facili¬ 
ties of a less than permanent 
nature, in the same way 
schools have managed to fill 
the gap with intermediate 
facilities.” 

The present problem in 
acute-care bed shortage 
should receive the same sort 
of “crisis solution," Dr. Wal¬ 
lace said. Not all acute-care 
patient beds need the full 
service that costs $45 a day, 
h^ said, and these beds should 
not cost the full amount to 
build. 

It seems, he said, that 
children in Greater Victoria 
are receiving a "damn good 
education," and that applies 
to the four Wallace children- 


A—30.18 acres, cleared view land. 
From tag* on Iwo road*. Piped 
water plus good drilled wall. 
Price (80,000. 

B—12.5 acre* partly treed land. 
Ideal for small trulta cX live¬ 
stock. Price (53,000. 

C—'1 acre* treed park! Ike land 
oferrtng seclusion phis view*. 
Price (32,000—44 raah. 


It maintains that an aquatic 
complex would violate the intent 
of the bequest and would not be 
a building which would be of the 
"widest benefit to the metro¬ 
politan area' 


SALT SPRING ISLAND 


2 Mlnutea torn Vaauviua Ferry, on 
Vi acraa, with Rill tec cf lake St. 
Mary. 3 bedrooms, tut! basement, 
rumpua rocan. verity 4 pee. bath, 
dining ns., hardwood floors. 814 per 
cent financing, presently rented to 
good tenants E»a*bnoa) Invert 
merit a4 (19,500 

J. J. WILLIAMS 
at 386-3231 


(Company 

Fined 


as contemplated 
by the McPherson will. 

Although a bearing on a 
permanent Injunction against 
tiie city would probably not be 
held until spring the plaintiff 
(Mr. Scott) has the right to file 
a detailed statement of his 
claim within eight days and 
apply for an interim injunction 
which, if granted, would halt 
construction until a hearing was 
held on the permanent injunc¬ 
tion. 

However, in such a case, the 
city would have the right to file 
a defence. 


39G-M3H At Vlcker* 9C 
P. R- Bnaan A Son* Ltd. 

LOVELY USABLE 
NORTH PENDER 


NANAIMO 


Jack Harris 
Chevrolet-Oldsmobile Ltd. was 
fined $50 in Nanaimo provincial 
court Friday for contravening 
the Lord's Day Act by allcaving 
employees to conduct business 
on a Sunday. 

RCMP Corporal Ed Malan- 
owski told tiie court he visited 
the car lot Sept. 28, a Sunday. 
He signed forms dated Sept. 27 
and a cheque was submitted 
Sept. 29. 

Defence counsel George Hen¬ 
derson said no actual sale was 
made Sept. 28 as a company 
officer did not ratify it on the 
date. Oompany president Jack 
Harris said he would appeal 
the conviction. 


NICE BUILDING LOT 


Acreage In lota from H acre In size 
up to 10 acret, priced from (800 to 
(10.000. All wooded with tome line 
views and excellent road frontage 
with Hydro. To build tor today or 
■ave for the morrow, you can't beat 


147 acres of level cleared land. 
South Sail Spring I*. Some ocean 
view. 190 ft. on road. Phone and 
hydro. Good well on adjoining lot 
(5,508 ((2,000 down). 

LEVBRTON REALTY 
385-8012 oft. 385-3BT9 re*. 


NOTICE TO CREDITORS 


la Ike Matter of the Relate at RUTH 
LAURA TANNER, hnnitr a* Na. 
«M, 31*4 Cad be r. Ray Read, Victoria. 
Brillak Columbia. dec e ased. 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 
creditor* and other* having claim* 
agalnat the estate of the above deceased 
are hereby required to tend them to 
ERIC TURNER, c-o Pearl man A Lind 
holm, Box 1327, Victoria. B r 111 a h 
Columbia, Executor, before the 19th day 
of January, 19IB, after which date the 
Executor will distribute the laid eatate 
among the parties entitled thereto hav 
Ing regard only to the claims at which 
he than haa notice. 

ERIC TURNER. 

Executor. 

By hit Solicitor*, 

Mean. Peartman A Llndhoim. 

Victoria. B.C- 


GRAY LORENZEN 
652-1038 or 382-2161 

C. J. McLeod Realty Ltd. 


GALJANO ISLAND 


South end — 4.99 acres. Lovely 
building site among treea. Full price 
(9,000 - (|,5I» down. Call JOHN 
TIB DALLE, W 6 - 2 WS Mayfair 
Realty Ltd. _ 

INVEST Fret 1970 IN 21 Jura of 
lovely Pender I*tend for only (22,000 
with terra* Peaceful, beautiful and 
could he subdivided Into 2 ertxtea 
with term*. V. LreLonde, 884-8738. 
Block Broa. Realty. 


COUNTRY SQUIRES, GOLFERS 
DESIRABLE ARDMORE 
ACREAGE! 

Ihe beat 5 ac. In N. Saanich to 
keep a horse arid build yourself a 
country home, ft cleared. V4 
parkland with view. Close to Golf 
Club, Flying and boating. Good 
terms. 

(19.500 

858-4000 K. DR08T *82427 
SAANICH PENINSULA 
PROPERTIES LTD., SIDNEY 


IS HEREBY GIVEN that 
and other* having _ claims 

hereby required to tend them to 


NOTICE 

creditors - - - 

■gainst the estate ol the above deceased 
are L 

ERIC TURNER, c/a Pearlman * Lind- 
holm. Bax 1122 , victoria, British Colum¬ 
bia. Administrator, before the 19th day 
of January 1920, after which date the 
Administrator will distribute the said 


A spokesman from the office 
of Patrick J. Sinnott, who is 
acting for Mr. Scott in the case, 
said Thursday that there had 
been no new developments and 
no action had been taken toward 
the seeking of an interim 
injunction. 

When the matter came up 
Thursday at city council City 
Manager Dennis Young said 
that the writ in no way 
constrained the city from acting 
on the tenders which, at that 
time, had not been opened. 

It was merely notice of 
Intention to apply for an injunc¬ 
tion to prevent the city from 
using McPherson money and 
did not prevent the city from 
entering into a contract. 


VANCOUVER — Vancouver 
College Irish defeated Mt. 
Douglas Rams, 70-53, Friday in 
the opening game of the four- 
team, high school boys' basket¬ 
ball tournament at Burnaby 
Central High School. 

Nick Gallagher led the win¬ 
ners with 21 points and Jim 
MacKay was the Rams’ top 
scorer with 19. Jim Hunter 
added 15 to the Mt. Douglas 
total. 

Mt. Douglas meets the loser of' 
a Burnaby Central—North Burn¬ 
aby game in the consolation 
final tonight. 


SALT SPRING LANDS LTD. 

Establ'ihad 1929 
Largest Gulf Island* Realtor 
Box 89. Gauge* Phonk S37-551J 


NOTICE TO CREulTOBS AND OTHERS havtag regard only to the claim* of 
OF THE ESTATE OF JOHN TWOMEY. which he then ha* nrtlee. 
late nrf Victoria. British Catehnhte ERIC TURNER. 

Alt pereonx having claim* again*! the Bv^ite'SlStia*, 

above eitate are required to rend full p„ rimjln * Llndhoim. 

particular* of such claims to the under- Vtehrta- H.C 

signed toilet tori of the Executrix on or -- -—- 

before the 15U» day of January. 1970. NOTICE TO CREDITORS ANn OTHERS 
after which date the eaUte'a Start* will ESTATE OF 

be distributed having regard only to WE1J3NOTON SAMUEL OABI.E 
claim, that have then been received. M .. th , ( rrn il lorl 


XI ACHSOS-TRHHD 
LANDS END ROAD 
TM* land la atopkig, beautifully, 
treed, with same roads hi easily 
■ubdlvtdable, due to long road 
frontage of over 1,000 feet, wfien 
restrictions are eased. Across from 
subdivision at 435448000 home*. 
Schwartz Bay and Marina* nearby. 
Arising (tfi.noo. Try your often. 
WUta of WhXtomea'. Rea 477-8820. 
Oft. 3&MS71 

J. H WTilUome A Co. Ltd 


NOTICE TO CREDITORS 
AND OTHERS 
ESTATE OF JOHN BBHER 

Notice la hereby given that creditor! 
and others having claims against the 
eitate ol the above-named deceased, 
who died at Victoria, B.C., on August 
23rd, 1989, are hereby requested to send 
them, properly verified by Statutory 
Declaration, to the undersigned at 302 
Royal Truet Building, Victoria, H.C.. 


Driver Charged 

CROFTON 


Kenneth Mac-' 
Lean, 30, of Duncan, was charg¬ 
ed with driving without due care 
and attention by Chemainus 
HCMP after the Arrow Bulk 
Carriers chip truck he was driv¬ 
ing Wednesday morning over¬ 
turned at the junction at West- 
holme Road and Crofton Road. 


MALAHAT—MILL BAY 
COBBLE HIU_COWICHAN 


I have acreages and Iota (rent 1 to 
76 acres In site niliatte for homes, 
farms, aubdlvlalona and trailer 
parka. For details eortact Walt 
Baton. HIM835. Rtoldenre T4B-3479. 
MALAHAT REALTY LTD 
RJI 1 , Cobble Hill. B.C. 


Sy to the claims of aSJlrt he tSio OF nEOHOE HHJ aTd^ifST^ which 

he. notice'" *“ ^ Notice la hereby given that creditors date the Admlnlatrator with Will an- 

and others having clalmi agalnat the nexed will distribute the said ealaie 
And all persona Indebted to the laid .teate of the above-named deceased, who among the parlie* entitled thereto, hav- 

eriate are required to pay their Indebted- d|rd -. victoria, EC, on October 2 Bh. mg regard cniy to the claim* at which 

™\" ^ "hW, Admtoljlrator forthwith. lrr hereby reqneried to tend them. h e then ha* notice. 

DATED at Victoria, EC , thl* lrt day of >ro j^rjy verified by Statutory Declare- Aral all persona Indebted to the aald 

December, 1M9. non, to the undersigned at 302 Royal ealate are required to pay their tndebted- 

Oftlclal Administrator for the Truat Building, Victoria, B.C, before n ea to Did Admlnirtralor with Will an- 
County of Victoria. that 12 th day of January, 1970, after nexed forthwith. 

■ ■ - - - — -——— which date the Admlnlriretor will dla DATED at Victoria. BC, this 1 st day 

NOTICE TOCHEDITORN AND OTHERS tribute the aald eatate among the parties Q | December. 19B. 

E«ta*e of FONn SUING 8 HENG, she entitled thereto, having regard only to Official Administrator for the 

Imawa u JACK FONO alaa kwmn aa the rtalmi of which he then hai notice Comfy of Victoria 

FONG SUING 8*4FUNG And all period Indebted to the aald r-wwnrmwa awn rarawm 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that estate are required to pay their I ndi ted CREDmiM ANDOTHERN 

rr editor* and others having claim, net. to aald Admlnlatrator forthwith. EATATE OF Mil TIRED V 1 NJNG 

again at the eatate of the above-nmed DATED al Victoria, RC.. this lrt day Nrtlre la hereby given that creditor* 

deceased, who died at Victoria RC December, 1989. and others having clalmi agalnat the 

on October Mth lW are hereto re Official Admlnlatrator for the ealate of the above-named deceased, -who 

Mrito JSl (ta? troprtiy rerifled Crxrrfy of Victoria. died a. Victoria RC. on May JSh. 


Giants Busy 
With 

Two Trades 


$2750 PER ACRE 
VIEW PROPERTY 


FAST 900ICE - 15H acre* with 
genric atope toward! the *ea. Beach 
access near. Piped water across 
the road. Phone F. COLOMBIN 3W- 
7271 or Rea. 3A-MB3, Town A 
Counfry Really Lid. 


HALF ACRE - (4.100. 
TREED LOT. Views, WUlla Pol if, 
Highland Dtatrirt. Ideal far home. 
Trailer, camping, swimming, (till¬ 
ing. BUY NOW FOR THE FUTURE 
McCANDLESS REALTY 830 Fort 
3834111 - Eve'a 50-1181 or 384-5S55 
LISTINGS OF ALL TYPES 
NEEDED AND APPRECIATED 

TWO ACRES 

Glen Lake area. Asking (8,700 or If 
that la too amall how abort 10 acre* 
for ( 20.000 Call Island Pacific 
Realty and aik for 

GRAE LANGSTON 

388-6231 anytime 


SATURDAY 
7 P.M. SPECIALS 


(SAN FRANCISCO (AP)— 
San Francisco Giants unloaded 
two veteran pitchers and a 
utility outfielder in two trades 
Friday, 

Die Giants sent Bob Bolin to 
Seattle Pilots and got out¬ 
fielders Steve Whitaker and 
Dick Simpson in return. Then 
they traded Ray Sadecki and 
outfielder Dave Marshall to 
New York Meta for two other 
utility players, infieider Bob 
Heise and outfielder Jim Gos- 
ger. 


Men’s Dress Shirts—Cotton and cotton and polyester 
blends. White and assorted colours. Regular and 
button-down collars. Short Sleeves. Sizes 14%-16%. 
Limit—two per customer. Last price 2.99 and 3.97. 

Bpednl, each B9« 

The Bay, downstairs budget store, men's furnishings 


EFFECTS 


TUCfcad away off Clayton Rd. la 
this dehtoitful 3.17 aree parcel 
<2StoM5). An Ideal hideaway com¬ 
bining aecluakei and natural treed 
beauty. 

(12.700 I Term*) 

SBS-US4 MR. ELWELL 477-3888 
Gordon Hulme Ltd., Sidney 

EXCLUSIVE SUBDIVISION 
For Ixxae-mlnded peopte west 
aide at Elk Lake with • high dry 
kxsHorv Vl«» of the Straits and 
Dk Lake. U* liras from LB acraa 
to 111 acre*. Property adjoining 
propoaad Etkwood Stable axnpiax. 
ROT TELFORD, 4794804 
5 ACRES 

LEVEL - FERTILE BOIL - IN 
NORTH SAANICH . PSVEMENT, 
WATER AND PERCED. ONLY 
(19.500. 

ROBB CORBY. 386-1431 
Quadra Realty Limited. 

ACREAGE, SMALL CHI LARGE, 
SJHDIVIDABLE LAND, WANTED 
FOR CLIENTS AND OURSELVES. 
SUNSET REALTY AND DEVELOP¬ 
MENTS LTD. gt 8 CORMORANT 
STREET. PH. 38SSM7. 


Being sold for the VIC¬ 
TORIA VAN & STORAGE 
LTD. under the Warehouse¬ 
man's Lien Act, and from 


Kveready Flashlight — Two ceil, pre-focused light. 
Uses "D"-size batteries. Limit—one uer customer. 

Special, each 77# 

The Bay, sporting goods, downstairs 


other sources. 

Chest Deepfreeze 
ftanges, Refrigerators 
Garden Tools and 
Equipment 

Road Race Sets, Trains 
jand Other Toys, Bicycles, 
Tricycle, Electric 


Footballers 
Get Awards 


Women's Handbags — Plastics and leathers In as¬ 
sorted colours and styles. Special, each 1.99 

The Bay, handbags, main floor 


Six member* of the K.C.’s, 
Vancouver Island bantam foot¬ 
ball champions this year, re¬ 
ceived special awards at the 
annual Knights of Columbus 
football banquet Friday in Co¬ 
lumbus Hall, 734 Fort. 

The six are Sean FTynn, best 
all-around player; Lawrie Gar¬ 
rett. most valuable; Mike Shan¬ 
non, leading offence player; 
Mike Baler, leading defence 
player; Doug Shea, most im¬ 
proved, and Jim McCreesh, 


received after thl* time will not iw 
accepted. 

Drawing! and Specification! may be 
exaimaed at the Engineer’i office on 
December IS. 1MB, and thereafter daring 
normal office hours. Hidden may ob¬ 
tain Drawlnn and Specifications at tin 
office of toe Engineer upon deposit of 
06.00 per art In accordance with the 
Instructions to Bidder*. 

Bid security In the amount of 10% of 


Panty Hose and Hold-ups: Assorted styles and co¬ 
lours. P.M.T. Special, pair 99* 

Hie BAY, hosiery, main 


SE47TIOX 1*3 


Power 

Mower, Powered Hand 
Tools, Carpets, Cartons of 
China, Glass and Orna¬ 
ments, etc. 


IN THE MATTER OF (UFFoRla 
SO Am AND IRENE FEAHJL SOADV, 

Certificate at Title 2ttfl8b-G ami Parcel 
"A", (D-D. S8BS4-11 of Lot 4 of Section, 


Men’s Drew Shoe* -- Assorted styles In black or 
brown. Broken sizes, 7 to 11. Reg. 16.95 to $40. 

Special, pair, HALF PRICE 

The Bay, men’s shoes, main floor 


IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF 
RHODA GARWELL. Denari, late rt 
Ike CRy ri Victoria la Rw Freatoea 

af kritlri fal—hla. 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 
creditor* and other* having claims 
against the ealate at the above named 
deceased are hereby required to tend 
them to the tmderrigned Executor at 
Suite 305—S45 Fort Street. Victoria. RC., 
before the Mb day of January. 1970. 
after which dale the Execotor will dia- 
WlsSa the mid Eatate among the par- 
tin ertIUed thereto having regard to the 
claims of which he then haa notice. 

GILBERT JOSEPH SMITH. I 
ExwixtGr. 

By HI* Solicit nr*. 

Measra. SulHvnn. Smith A Bigelow. 

STB MS Fort St reel. 

Victoria. B.C 


ACREAQE FOR SALET 
Large or amall, with cr a 
home Building lota. etc. 
GEORGE CHAM, the apertal 
land 38S-2H5. Mayfair Read] 


--- —---— —l , vra-u. mom-*, ui im * m secure* 

toe proposed lump aum muat accompany I 75 victoria DUtrlct Plan 2T7. 
each proposal In accordance with toa Proof having been filed In my office 
—** “■'■to- of the loaa of mid Certificate. I hereby 

give notice of my Intention at the ax 
pi ration of 3 weeks from the first paW 
Ucatlon hereof to Issue to the above- 
named a Provisional Certificate of Title 
In lieu of such lost Certificate. 

Any person having Information with ref¬ 
erence to aucb lost Certificate la re- 
queried to communicate with the urrter- 
at toa Land Registry Office, Victoria. 
BC 

Dated tola 20th day of November. 1989. 
signed. 

H. T. KENNEDY, Reglrtrar. 
Victoria Land Registration DUtlreL 


Men’s Pnff»—Handsome pocket accessory. Synthetic 
fibres in solid colours and patterns. Special, ea. 19c 
The Bay, men’s furnishing* main floor 
Pants, Blouse* and Summer Oddment* Cotton* in 
assorted styles and colours. Broken sizes. 

Special, each 99* 

The Bay, Young Moderns’ Shop, second floor 


DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS 
PROFECT E-MI 


ONE, 4-AORE LOT. ONE. VAORC. 
on quiet road, wall treed. R. 
Kennedy T*3-0tm _ 

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less the Provincial Home Owners 1 Grant may 
be made. 

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VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1969 


18 CKNT8 DAILY 
IS CENT* 8USDA* 


Ottawa Austerity Hits Ruthlessly 


Six City Scientists Ruled 'Surplus ’ 


By DIANE JANOWSKI 

The federal government wrote an obituary Friday on 
more than 68 years of service when it told six research 
scientists at the Forest Research Laboratory here their 
services now were considered “surplus.” 

“1 would have been retiring a year from today,” said 64- 
year old Vernon Phelps, a research director who has been 
with the department of fisheries and forestry since 1936. 

"Now, not only am I going to have a pension that's 21 per 
cent smaller than I’d been counting on, but I’ll have almost a 
year’s less wages.” 

Dr. Joe Baker loet his right eye, most of the sight in his 


AAA 


Forest Lab 
Largest 
In Canada 


left and most of the hearing in his left ear when an 
experiment at the lab blew up two years ago and the 
emergency shower that might have saved his left eye didn't 
work. He thought then things were as bad as they could ever 
be.‘ 

"This is as bad as the people who fought in the war and 
got all broken up and then came home and everyone told 
them they didn’t want anything to do with them,” he said. 

Dr. G. P. Thomas, director of the B.C. Forestry Region, 
said he sympathized with those who had been declared 
"surplus," but stressed they had not actually been laid off 
yet. 


“Their names will now be put on a public service list and 
and if any vacancies ofeur in the next two months for which 
they are qualified, they'll have first chance at them,” he 
said. "If they haven't been placed at the end of that time, 
they'll be given 30 day's notice." 

Dr. Thomas admitted there were few opportunities for 
forestry professionals, especially at this time of year, but still 
noted that “an awful lot can happen in 90 days.” 

Knowing that his name will be kept on a list that might 
find him another position isn’t cheering Joe Baker very 
much, but it means even less to Dr. Phelps. 

Continued on Page 8 


A national revamping of 
[the Canadian Forestry 
_ m __ _ Service will turn the Forest 

■ Bid I oriL Pt* Research Laboratory on 

West Burnside Road into 
the largest in Canada with- 
^ in three months, it was an- 

lorn Upen nounced Friday - 

£ "The Victoria laboratory has 

been allocated the largest man- 
power in Canada,” said Dr. G. 
¥• P- Thomas, director of the 

■ IV 11121 SI iBritish Columbia region of the 

| Canadian Forestry Service. * 

■ j "If y*u add the sOdf frbJn the 
i forest products research lab In 
Vamwifunr to tha Victoria man- 
THE HAGUE (Reuters) —! power, it means that 20 per cent 
The 207,000-ton Dutch Shell su- of the total in federal forestry | 
per-tanker Marpessa was torn will be in B.C. now.” 

■by an explosion and swept by 
fire Friday in the Atlantic on w 

her maiden voyage. I Eleven professionals and 11 

Capt. E. J. Stapper ordered j non-professionals currently cm- 
his crew to abandon ship shortly) ployed in other Canadian 
after the decks were tom open forestry regions will be moved 
by the explosion as the Marpes-jto the Burnside lab, beginning 
sa sailed about 170 miles north- early next month when the first 
west of Dakar, Senegal. [scientist arrives here. 

TWO MISSING 1 “Some will. of course, be 

. . _, .. ..._coming from the Winnipeg lab 

I h C .T whose staff is being cut to six." 

stayed aboard bu two Chmese Dr Thomag g (hp ^ 

officers were missing, messages ^ ^ comi from elsewhere 
reaching here said. in the country. 

Those who abandoned ship ite a few of the8C are 

were ^ken aboard the 42.082-ton well-qualified, productive, 

British Shell tanker Serema and ' ng gcientigta , among the bcst 

the tug Alcyon. 'in the country, and they’ll just 

A spokesman said the tanker. transferring their energies t0 
later signalled that the fire had BrlUsh 0 ,,^^ 
died down, but the deck was I 
split in several places. NEW WING 

The Marpessa. one of the lat- A new wing on the existing 
est additions to the Shell Oil main building which was to 



Air Controllers Seek 
A Mandate to Strike 


High-Flying 
Snooper 
Nets Two 


OTTAWA (CP) The nation- Canada almost at once to call 
al council of the 1.000-member meetings of the association's 22! 
Canadian Air Traffic Control branches, he said. 

Association has unanimously re- The board report, other items 
jected a conciliation board re- on which tentative agreement 
port and is seeking a strike had been reached and the coun¬ 
mandate from the membership, cit recommendation would be 
William Hill, association first presented to the membership, 
vice-president, announced the Votes would then be taken, 
decision in an interview Friday. Hill estimated results 
"The board's recommenda- would be returned here by late 
tiona have been unanimously re- Monday or Tuesday at ihe lat- 


Admiration 
Shown 
In Glance 

Rene Cadleux, 8, second from 
right, seems to be star-gazing 
at Prime Minister Trudeau 
while Rene’s father Marcel, 
unde» secretary of state for 
external affairs, and Francois 
Cadleux, 12, listen to Tru¬ 
deau'* remarks in Ottawa Fri¬ 
day. Cndieux was presented 
with )»6» Outstanding Achieve¬ 
ment Award for Public Serv¬ 
ice of Canada.—CP) 


Damages: SL OOP 

PRIVACY 

INVADED 

-COURT 


By NANCY BROWN 

Possession of a private investigators’ licence 
does not make the invasion of a person’s property 
lawful, nor does it make invasion of a person’s 
privacy justifiable, according to a precedent-set¬ 
ting judgment handed down Friday in B.C. Supreme 
Court. 


Mr. Justice P. D. Seaton! 
awarded SI .000 damages to 
school custodian John George 
Davis, 1138 Oxford, who had 
filed suit under the new provin¬ 
cial Privacy Act against John 
M. McArthur of Can-Am 
Investigations, a private detec -1 
live agency at 483 Burnside. 

It was the first action taken 
under the act. 

| DIVORCE EVIDENCE 

Mr. McArthur had been hired 
by Mrs. Davis to investigate the 
conduct of her husband in the 
hope of obtaining divorce evi¬ 
dence. 

Tife case was heard Nov. 20 in 
Victoria and judgment was 
reserved at that time. 

Defence counsel Edmund 
Jorre da St. Jorre said Friday , 
an appeal is being considered 
PRIVACY ACT 

I The Privacy Act was Intro¬ 
duced Into the B.C. Legislature 
in January. 1968. by former 
attorney-general Robert Bonner 
who at that time said the act 
represented a first in Canada, 
and perhaps a first in the 
Western world. The act was 
passed later in the session. 

Mr. Justice Seaton dismissed 
a claim by J. S. deVllllers, 
counsel for Mr. Davis, that a 
"bumber beeper” attached to 
the car Davis was driving 
constituted eavesdropping. 

BY PERSON 

"If the device transmitted or 
[recorded voices so that they 
could have been heard by the 
1 person alleged to be invading 
I privacy, I have no doubt that 
would come within the term 
eavesdropping.’ 

! "This device merely identified 
the location of the car, and I 

Continued on Page 7 


est additions to the Shell Oil main building which was to CHILLIWACK (CP) — Two "The board's recommenda-1 would be returned 
fleet, was sailing in ballast from'have been built in the 1970 71 men were arrested after a tiona have been unanimously re- Monday or Tuesdi 

Rotterdam to the Persian Gulf, fiscal year but was postponed truck firm operator spotted a jected by the national council est. 

She was built in Japan only indefinitely when a federal curb strange car on one of hi* work and we are now going to the . p/»s«IBI F 

three months ago and had a on capital expenses was an- site* from the air. membership requesting a strike! 

crew of 42. nounced in September, will stil! Peter Heppner of Chilliwack, mandate." Should the mem 

—— --——— not go ahead, but Dr. Thomas cheeking work sites, tamed N(M , N ,. OI ,,. Y 'the report and gr 

Vitie Children said he felt the present facilities his plane around, landed at ’ thority, national 1 

1 ICC LitiMU rn would be adequate for now. Chilliwack airport, drove to Details of the btk^TL^rpfiorl be under no obllgl 

Die ill “We’ll be bulging at the the. police station, then ac- [will not be made public until strike. However. I 


DON'T MISS 


crew of 42. nounced in September, will stil! Peter Heppner of Chilliwack, 

——-- - not go ahead, but Dr. Thomas cheeking work sites, tamed 

Fire Children * ald he felt the present facilities his plane around, landed at 
1 f ur Ayfttnif rn would be adequate for now. Chilliwack airport, drove to 

Die in Rlftze "We'll be bulging at the the police station, then ac- 

in seams, but we can make <-»mpanled a policeman to Ihe 

CINCINNATI (UPI) — Five immediate arrangements to ac- scene, 
children, four of them from the commodate everyone,” he said. Benjamin James, M, of Chil- 
same family, died in a fire which “We’U have to make more llwaek, and his brother Rich- 
swept a third floor tenement in provision for expansion, maybe ant, 24 , Friday pleaded guilty 
the city’s Fairmount section. Continued on Page 2 in Provincial Court to theft. 


membership requesting a strike! 

mandate." Should the membership reject 

NOON MONDAY ’ ™*° rt * nd Strike 

thority, national officers would 

Details of the bik^d^reiiorl be under no obligation to call a 
will not be made public until strike. However, they would be 


companied a policeman to ihe noon Monday. However, it is j in a legal position to do so as of 


Only the Angels Know 
If Santa Will Pay Visit 


scene. [known there were about 50 out-[next Friday afternoon, Dec. 19. 

Benjamin James, M, of Chil- standing items left with the There remains a possibility 
llwaek, and his brother Rich- board. that the ' disputants or Jacob 

ard, 24, Friday pleaded guilty ’Hill referred 'to "eight or 1 Finkelman, chairman of the 

tn Provincial Court to theft. 10 gut issues" separating union-public service staff relationSi 
|and government treasury board [board which oversees federal-[ 
-.•««. ..•■caeca negotiators. The strike recoin-femploye* bargaining, might 
mendation means union officials seek post-conciliation mediation, 
feel the issues were not resolved Spokesmen for the treasury 

~Ms r I by the conciliation report. board and transport department 

I Hill said that, despite the declined to comment on either| 

W council bid for strike authoriza- the conciliation report or the as-j 

tlon, the membership could sociatkin’s rejection of it. Both 
, j choose to accept the board re- said the noon Monday embargo 
I 7* • m port. had been accepted by govom- 

f \T 1/ I | The 11 national councillors 1 ment negotiators and comment 

* J r wtD w m/ would be spreading out across I might infringe this. 


Domestic Peace 
Has Heavy Price 
—Page 5 

★ a a 

*Yes Virginia ’ 

In Hospital 
Names, Page 11 

★ * a 

Cougars Defeat 
Penticton , 7-6 

—Page 12 

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Chuvalo Decks 
Jerry Quarry 

—Page 12 


Pill ('alls Jam 
British Phones 

—Page 23 



Page 

Bridge 

27 

tliurchr* . 

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Comic* 

... It 

Courtroom Parade 

20 

Crossword 

29 

F.ntertalmnent 

10, 11 

Financial News 

8, 9 

Garden Note* .... 

. 10 

Sport* 

12, IS 


2C 

Travel 

14, 18 

Women . 

22, U 


Hijackers 
Killed 
By Guards 


ATHENS (Reuters) — Airlino 
security guards early today shot 
and killed two young men who 
tE)Bd R>. hi lack an Ethiopian 
B eing 707 jetliner while it was 
flying to Addis Ababa from 
Madrid. 

A Greek police spokesman in 
! Athens said Hie two were a 19- 
; year-old student from Yemen 
and a 24-year-old businessman 
[ from Senegal. He did not name 
them. 

First reports said the men 
were slam before entering the 
cockpit after (hey said they 
wanted the pilot to take them to 
Aden. ■ 

BODIES ABOARD 

When the plane landed at Ath¬ 
ens Airport, the remaining 15 
1 passengers were taken to a 
I hotel. Besides the passengers, 
there were three security men 
and seven crew aboard the 
B'wring. _r 

The bodies of the two hijack¬ 
ers were still aboard the air¬ 
craft. 

"The airline refuses permis¬ 
sion to the police to take the 
bodies,” the police spokesmn 
said. 

It was believed to be the first 
time hijackers had been killed 
while attempting to seize an air¬ 
liner in mid-flight. 

HEARD TWO SHOTS 

The pilot of the plane said he 
i heard two pistol shots and was 
| told by a stewardess that two 
men had attempted to hijack 
the plane but the security 
guards aboard had killed them. 

Airline officials told police 
they wanted to continue the 
flight to Addis Ababr. with the 
bodies on the grounds that 
! Greek authorities have no juris- 
1 diction in the case. 

KILLED ON SPOT 

He said the plane's security 
men saw the two would-be hi¬ 
jackers standing up and trying 
to make their way to the cock- 
I Pit. 

1 "They attacked them and 
[killed them cn the spot,” he 
added. 


SCENE: A shabby midtown 
flat; a tiny boy in patched 
coverall# plays with a broken 
top as his mother leafs 
through some unpaid bills. 

Boy: "Mama . . . how come 
the angels do that?” 

Mother: “Do what, dear?” 

Boy; "Take my daddy away 
like that.” 

★ ★ ★ 

Mother (trying to hide her 
feelings): "I don’t know, dear. 
It is something only the 
angels can answer. There is 
supposed to be an answer for 
everything." 

Boy "The angels wort't 
take Santa Claus away, will 
they?” 

iThe mother remains silent. 
This might be the time to say 
maybe the angels would do 


Today’s donations are listed on Page S 


that. It would be a way of 
explaining things if Santa 
didn't show up. Trying to 
provide for herself and her 
son since the death of her 
husband had proved difficult. 
BUUihe knew her son would 
see the Christmas presents of 
other children.) ' 


Mother: "I think Santa will 
come, al! right. But don't 
expect him to bring too much. 
There isn't so much to go 
around to all the little 
children this year." 

AAA 

At this time of year Santa 
gets a little help lor cases like 
this from the Colonist 500 
Fund. This is the 13th year 
Colonist readers have contri¬ 
buted through the fund to 
brighten the Christmas of 500 
Greater Victoria families 
selected by the Christmas 
Bureau, a Community Chest 
agency 

Donations can be brought or 
mailed to the Colonist, 2(31 
Douglas, or taken to Avis 
Rent-a-Car. 800 Douglas. 


Four Bombs Explode in Milan , Rome 


Horrendous Massacre’ Shocks Italy 


By CHARLES W. BELL 

ROME (UPI) — Four 
bombs exploded in central 
areas of Milan and Rome at 
the height of the evening rush 
hour Friday, killing 13 persons 
and injuring 108 others in 
Italy’s worst terrorist attack 
since the Second World War. 

The most devastating blast 


occurred in a crowded, third- 
floor waiting room of Milan's 
national hank of agriculture, 
where the 13 were killed and 
90 others injured. A bomb in a 
bank in Rome injured 14 
persons, and,two bombs that 
exploded almost simultan¬ 
eously at the Tomb of the 
Unknown Soldier in Rome 
injured four persons. 


Police said another bomb 
was discovered before it ex¬ 
ploded In a second bank In 
Milan. It was in a handbag 
left near an elevator. 

There was no Indication of 
the motive for the bombings 
or of the persons or groups 
responsible, but Italy has been 
shaken fof months by labor 
strikes and violence. Police in 


Milan reported rounding up 
150 persons for questioning. A 
police spokesman said they 
were extremists “of all 
ideologies.” 

Shortly after Ihe series of 
blasts, which were almost 
simultaneous. Premier 
Mariano Rumor appeared on 
television to appeal for calm 
and order. Pope Paul issued a 
te :Jr. 


statement describing the ex¬ 
plosion in Milan as a “horren¬ 
dous massacre.” 

Police said the Milan explo¬ 
sion was caused by a bomb of 
approximately 13 pounds of 
explosives that had been 
placed under a table in a 
wailing room of the bank. 

In Milan, people thought the 
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