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VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1969 


No. 9-112lh YEAR 


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383-4111 

CLASSIFIED 

386-2121 


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(Details on Pag* 3) 


Non-Smokers of World Unite! 


LOS ANGELES — John 
Blnzhaf m. the self-styled 
protector of the rights of 
nonsmokers, has filed a peti¬ 
tion with the Federal Aviation 
Administration asking for a 
ruling to separate smokers 
and nonsmokers on airliners. 

The filing is the opening gun 
in Banehaf'a drive to force 
operators at all public places, 
from elevators to restaurants 
and perhaps even offices and 


bars, to separate smokers 
from honsmokers, he said. 

Banzhaf, 28, is a New York 
lawyer who filed the Com¬ 
plaint leading to a Federal 
Communications Commission 
ruling which required broad¬ 
casters of smoking commer¬ 
cials to provide anti-smoking 
commercials. He since has 
formed Action on Smoking 
and Health in Washington, 
and also teaches law at 


George Washington University 
there. 

Crusader Ralph Nader also 
has a nonsmoking petition 
before the FAA, but that is a 
request to eliminate smoking 
completely on airliners on the' 
basis that smoking is a fire 
danger. Banzhafs request ia 
merely for separation of 
smoker*. 

"I'm not against smoking 


per se," Banzhaf said (al¬ 
though he neither smokes nor 
drinks). "We're trying to 
provide a legal basis for the 
exercise of the rights of 
nonsmokers. 1 ’ 

The FAA has the choice of 
adopting the rule, inviting 
comments from interested 
parties and then deciding, or 
rejecting- it. outright. If the 
latter is decided upon, 


Banzhaf said, he will seek a 
court review. 

Banzhaf also filed the peti¬ 
tion with the Department of 
Transportation, which has 
some rule-making powers 
over airlines. 

If the FAA decides to grant 
the petition and adopt a 
segregation rule on airliners, 
he said, a legal precedent will 
have been formed to take the 
matter further. 


Ottawa Increases 
Pensions of Past 


Saanich Housin g 

Gift Sparks 
Big Project 


By DON GAIN 

A $100,000 gift has sparked plans for a 
multimillion-dollar housing development in Saan¬ 
ich for low-income handicapped persons and their* 

families. 


Ottawa Friday announc- ■ 
ed public service pension in- 


rri WflJ creases ranging up to 42 

J_ 'UsO x per cent for those who re¬ 

tired in 1952 and earlier. 

About 5,000 Greater Victorians 
W m/wMw will be affected by the public 

service pension increases. 

National secretary-treasurer 
fr/| FI Qt~ktTl of the Federal Superannuates 

Fred W. Whitebousc, said Fri¬ 
day in Victoria that the increase 
was something his organization 

_ and other relevant groups had 
GENEVA (Reuters-Two been advocating for paBt 

men claiming to be Arab Pales- S j X years. 

tinian commandos Friday made "As you can understand there 

off with 1,000,000 Swiss francs won’t be too many to whom the 

. l. . .oki cm,__ 42 per cent increase will apply,” 

(about 5232,500) ransom money . .. .... S1 !T ■ 

_ he said. "Most of them will be in 

after holding the Portuguese Nonetheless, it is a 

consul and his wife captive giant step forward and the in¬ 
overnight in their home here, crease, decreasing in value de¬ 
police said. pending on the time of retire- 

, , . . „ , ment, will be welcome.'’ 

The men, armed with pistols, 
a knife and a club, said they ESCALATOR CLAUSE 
needed the money to help fi- Mr. Whkehouse was particu- 
nance legal fees for three Arab larly pleased by the escalator 
commandos currently on trial in clause in the proposed new legis- 
Winterthur, Switzerland, on lation which provides that pen- 
charges laid in connection with sions will increase automatically 
the shooting up of an Israeli jet- a t the start of each year by an 
Hner at Zurich airport last Feb- amount equal to the percentage 
ruary. plan in the Canada Pension Plan 

BOUND, GAGGED ,n ^ X - , 

„ , . . This, he maintained, was 

Consul Salvador Hassan and his organization 

h.s wife were taken prisoner had ***„ seeking for years. 
Thursday night and held bound RFrIpiFNT . m „ 
and gagged until the ransom Recipients old 
was paid Friday, police said. Gordon Campbell, president 
Authorities said the kidnap- °f *be Greater Victoria area 
per* claimed they were mem- council of the PubLc . Se™** 
bers of the Popular Front for Alliance of Canada, pointed out 
the liberation of Palestine—the that th * specifics of the pro- 
same organization to which the P<»*d legislation were not too 
three accused in Winterthur be- generous. Most of the recipients 
long. of the 42 per cent increase 

— __ would be in their early 80's and, 

Wnr ,herefore - not in a position to 

” ni * 'J CcIGib enjoy Its amenities for long. 

T> * fifcl i i\i\ However, he did believe that 
neceive ©l,OUU it was a forward step on the 
part of the government and one 
VANCOUVER (CP) — Van- which was long overdue, 
couver-area draft-dodgers, ROUGH ESTIMATE 
deserters and war objectara Neither he nor Mr. Whitehouse 
from the U.S. received $1,600 would venture an opinion on the 

Friday from the Seattle branch amoui,t of the J v f ra ^. ***** 
, . , , _ pension received by Victorians 

of the Clergy and Laymen Con- ^ Mr nMgbly 

cemed about Vietnam. estimated the number of bene- 

The money went to the Van; heianes as between 5,000 and 
couver Committee to Aid Ajmeri- 6,000. 

can War Objectors and to the “I know of people who are 
Canadian Council of Churches, starving to death on as little as 
which also works with disen- «0 a month and, on the other 
chanted Americans. Continued oa Page 2 


War Objectors 
Receive $1,600 


DON'T 

MISS 


Toxitis Allowed 

Pentagon Says 

—Page 3 

* ★ ★ 

Billionaire Plans 
Turkey Lift 
Names, Page 5 
* * ★ 

Tourists Second 
In Land of Eagle 

—Page 7 

it it it 

Casino Accused 
Of Sale Fraud 

—Page 9 

★ ★ ★ 

City Fall Racing 
Starts Oct. 1 7 

—Page 10 

★ * ★ 

Book About Julie 
Full of Platitudes 

—Page 12 


Shots 

Hit 

Obote 


KAMPALA (CP) - A state of 
emergency was declared in 


Architect for the project is Hie move was announced In a 
ohn Di Castri. ’ pre-dawn government decree as 

special forces police patrolled 

IH.HK13LS lhe street5 and manned j^ 



Page 

Bridge 

.28 


I*. 17 

Comics . _ 

_ 15 

Courtroom Parade .. 

..32 

Crossword 

_ _ 2* 

Entertainment 

12, IS 

Financial N»s 

>. • 

Garden Notes 

. IB 

Names in the News 

S 


_ 1*. 11 


_24 

Travel _ 

.... •. 7 

Women.. 

28, 51 


The donor is Mrs. Elise ~M"W 9 m 

Fielding of 1420 Beach Drive m—t -m #■ 

_ 11 and co-ordinator is the Cosmo- M-JLww 

I nnirnllprw POlR* 11 Club Of Victoria Which 

viuilll UllV/1 O for years has worked with the 

/ Multiple Sclerosis Society of XTh V 

Victoria and Vancouver Island. m }\ 

\ /innnt The development, believed to 

imv-l/CUl be the hrst of its kind ever, is 

piarmed for a 6.92 - acre site 
between *Darwin and Vernon 

immediately southeast of KAMPALA (CP) — A state of 

Uontract sr: xszLZiJi — y WM i " , * red ln 

is to include an activity centre, Uganda today a few hours after 
a White Cross centre for the a gunman shot and wounded 
Canadian Mental Health Asso- President Milton Obote as he 
OTTAWA (CP) — Voting c j Ht j 0n an d a hostel for hand!- , eft conference ha ,i 
under a threat of emergency capp ed children. conference hall. 

legislation, just under 60 per Architect for the project is Hie move was announced in a 
cent of Canadian air traffic con- John Di castri. ’ pre-dawn government decree as 

trollers agreed to accept a feder special forces police patrolled 

I al government contract offer. hium kism the strpetg and manned 

; The 1.000-member Canadian Eighty-four of the housing units blocka in ^ aftermath of the 
i Air Traffic Control Association, will be contained in two high- shooting, which left Obote ap- 

' which announced * the accept- rise buildings, each of six pa rently’ suffering only minor 

ance Friday, earlier postponed storeys; 39 in one three-storey head injuries. 

IT I? • 1WT* . a strike set for noon EST Fri- building and the remaining 19 

Headlong into W 1X1 td* day untd noon Sunday. Accept- units will be built as town- OPPOSITION BANNED 

w ance means the end of the houses. Hie government also an- 

Toronto storm left heftv head Deerini? from ton of ttireat ° f a countr >" wide air Ken Johnston, chairman of the nounced that two opposition po- 

i or on io storm ten nerty neaa peenng rrom top or st1utdown at Christmastime. development committee, told a litical parties were banned. 

small car. Snow UU Thursday inspired motorist's W(m|E WBRlt CTrr pres, conference Friday that Obote. 44. was shot on leaving 

neighbors tQ make snowman, complete with hat T , ^ ‘ ... the project began 2V4 years ago the annual convention of his 

and pine needles for Eyelashes.—(CP) JSSSi' told F .' eld,ng “ ld m ?f vern,ng U !f nda P t p0 V* '* 

presiaem, roia a news tumw would like to leave a memorial Congress party late Friday 

___ ' ___ the settlement gives con- to her family, the Battens, night. He was reported con¬ 
trollers a 13-per-cent pay in- wh - ch wouW benefit the com- scious when he was admitted to 
crease over a 27-month con- munity . hospital. 

•mr y m m tract, cuts the work week to 36 

m / W Jy A hours from 40 and grants four BODY CALLED IN GUNMAN ARRESTED 

C J • O# JL-jWotZo week* holidays after 12 years After consultation with mem- ^ gunman W as reported ar- 

, instead of 20. bers of the Cosmopolitan Club, reg^d. 

The union sought a 14-per-cent j 0 f which Mr. Johnston is a Minutes before a shot rang 

fy 1 • Of m ¥ raise over 24 months, a 32 Vi- member, it was decided to call outside the Lugogo sports sta- 

I A ft I Ft fi i 1 Til n ft h0Ur WOrk r ek f„ nd fOUr we 4u s ln the Multi P le Sclerosis Society. dlum 0bete had closed his par . 

n't! A.7 f ¥ IX vacation after 10 years. The he said. tv’s convention 

I government accepted a concili- A joint committee decided on - Rle convcntion had approvpd 
lation board report recommend- the housing development with a new Socialist strategic “move 

WASHINGTON (AP) — The tion of regulations to go into ef-. ,n 8 th e pay increase eventually the provision also of the activity to the left” for Uganda and had 

United States took further steps feet Monday. |accepted and improved on the centre. White Cane centre and ca i lrd ^ obote and his rovem- 

Friday to ease its trade embar- The. most Important change u to to'SE 

go of almost two decades win permit American^wned |W f f'* and four weeks vacatlon Saanich Mayor Hugh Curtis Uganda a one-party aUte. 
against Communist China in a subsidlaries of u. S . firms in! after 18 year8 ' called the. press conference More than lf0flB ^legates in 

bto to improve relations with Canada, Europe, Japan and I VOTE DIVIDED because the joint committee ^ 8tad i um had cheered Obote, 

the Peking regime. I elsewhere to engage in trade of Mr. Lyon said controllers at! en J lsted *** 01 tbemunicH pres j dent since ig66i ^ he 

The state department an- non-strategic goods with main- Montreal, Toronto and Vancou- P 3 ' 1 ^ , in bndin ^ land aud closed the convention. Then as 

nounced a three-phase relaxa- | and China on the same basis as Iver rejected the settlement. But developinB the concept the president and an escort of 

--their tereign comjietitors. other centres accepted it as a SITE FOUND four or five men walked past 

Direct U S. trade with China, "substantial improvement" over Saanich planning depart- 016 bat *L * shot rang out. 

however, remains forbidden. the conciliation report. ment and Aj d . Edith Gunning Obote’s escort lifted him to 


Headlong into Winter 

Toronto storm left hefty head peering from top of 
small car. Snow fall Thursday inspired motorist's 
neighbors to make snowman, complete with hat 
and pine needles for eyelashes.—(CP) 


U.S. Eases 
China Stand 


threat of a country-wide air 
I shutdown at Christmastime. 

i WORK WBElf cirr 


Parly Crashers ho * ev ' r ■ rem * lns forbidden ' 1 

*' THIRD COUNTRIES 

1 OSS (srenade Secondly, present restrictions 
MANILA (UPI) — A group of ne eliminated on U.S. business 
party crashers, turned away P a rticipation in third-country 
from a Christmas dancig in ^ade 'A Chinese Communist 
Iloilo City in the southern Philip- B 00 * 15 - Hiis permits American 
pines Friday night, returned and f,rTns to ^ and sh, P third 
threw a grenade into the party, countries commodities pre- 
Four persons were wounded. *umed to be of Chinese origin 
One of the wounded, army l !) at third-county firms now are 
Capt. Tedoro Geca, whipped out a ™ e to Knd * ^ United States 
a .45 calibre pistol and opened undc , r Procedures that require 
fire. The bullets struck three certificates of origin. Such cer- 
other party guests. The at . tificates will no longer be re^ 


Fund’s Closing Time 
Set at Noon Monday 


jtackers escaped. ' lduired tor shipments to third 

countries. But the certificates 
rr , still will be required for goods 

I eil- I CUT 1 criu . shipped into the United States. 


House, 

Senate 

Adjourn 


The Saanich planning depart- 016 band, a shot rang out. 
ment and Aid. Edith Gunning, Obote’s escort lifted him to 
chairman of the municipality's bis car which took him to Mula- 
housing committee, worked on SP Hospital, 
the project and came up with a 
site on municipally-owned land 

adjacent to the municipal hall. \irlllld* SllClCS 
"Mrs. Gunning’s guidance and 

Mr ° ff Ru,,wa y 

Also Invited to participate In ANCHORAGE, Alaska (UPI) 
planning was the Canadian _ A stretch DC-8 airliner car- 


Mental Health Association. 
CENTRE FINANCED 
George Gray, associate 


rying 284 passengers and a crew 
of 10 slid off the east end of th« 
main runway at Anchorage 


director of the CMHA, told the International Friday as it was 
press conference that Victoria "*>«»• ™ ere we ™ 

Rotary Club was raising (30,000 no injuries, 
to establish the White Cross _ ' ~ _ 


IMPROVE POSITION 

The state department said 


Britain Reels 
In Blizzard 


LONDON (Reuters) — Bliz- 


The 11-year-old hoy and his 
9-year-old sister live in an 
average Saanich home. 

They will not get as much 
as some children this Christ¬ 
mas. But they will get a great 
deal more than some others. 
The point ia, they will not feel 
the pain of want. 

Like so many of today's 
children, though, they have 
time to think of others. 

The little girl was obviously 
troubled the other day. 

"What's wrong?” her father 
asked. 

"Why do so many people 
have to be poor? What will 
they do at Christmas?" she 
agked. 

* * ★ 

*'I don't know,” her father 
answered, as honestly as 
possible. "There is something 
Wrong with a society that 
allows so many people to he 
poor. But that's a little deep 
for you rigHt now.” 


Today's donations are on Page 1 


± cir a Cell A a:l III snippea into me umieu states. centre on the site, iSrltaill LiPPlS 

r n „ L' J/lnunnlnK i IMPROVE POSITION "It is now in an old two-storey 

ror JVianapi>in r The gtate d , ment saW OTTAWA (CP) -Parliament wooden houat-on Lee Avenue,’ /,» BllZZOrd 

RIO DE JANEIRO (UPI) -{this change "Is responsive to ur- adjoU ™ d f,,r ■**"*?“ he “ t0ta ‘ ,y ^ 

A military court sentenced a;gent requests of foreign coss Frida y ” IR ht following the quale. I/JNDON (Reuters) — Bliz- 

22-year-old student to 10 years i' branches of U.S. Cirms, and it is ■nnuuncemcnt that Canada s The new centre will be ^ NDON 'Reuters) BUz 
prison Friday for his part in the I expected to improve the com- more man l - m «”• ^affic con- available for use by people over zards swept most parts of Bnt- 
kidnapping last September oflpetitive position of American trol 'crs have agreed to ratify a 18 who, at that age, become a j„ Friday and heavy snowfalls 
U.S. Ambassador Burke Elbrick 'business concerns overseas.” new contiact wi,h the federal ineligible to use facilities at the blocked roads in many parts of 
The student. jaat^To’Tor res da 1 The third change removed the government. George R.Pearkes dime. countrv Worst hit were 

Silva, was one of numerous I $100 ceiling on the purchase of The Commons and the Senate Garth Homer,, executive ' h » « worn mt were 

persons arrested shortly after |chinese goods by, Americans for bad delayed adjournment amid director of the Community Scotland, Wales and the north of 
Elbrick's release Sept. 7. . non-commercial use. Ontii.ued on Page 14 Continued on Page 14 England. 


The father told her that her 
generation might one day 
right some at the wrongs his 
and other generations were 
responsible for. 

The child looked sad, so her 
father tried to cheer her up 
with the story of the Colonist 
500 Fund. 

"It is probably as good an 
example as anything today 
that there are still people who 


care about people,” he said. 
"These people in Greater 
Victoria give thousands of 
dollars to this fund so 500 
families chosen by -the 
Christmas Bureau can have a 
better Christmas. This is the 
13th year in a row that 
they've been doing this.” 

He could have pointed out 
that there were absolutely no 
administrative costs. But it 
would have meant nothing to 
the child. 

* A A 

Hie deadline is close at 
hand. The fund closes at noon 
Monday and what it receives 
between now and then may 
mean the difference in laugh¬ 
ter and tears for some child 
this Christmas. 

Donations must arrive by 
that time at the Colonist. 2631 
Douglas, or at Avis Rent-a- 
Car. 800 Douglas 


■■■NMMMMMn 


Knee-Bends; No Small Honor This! 


By RICHARD JACKSON 

<r>l«ut Otfawa Barnaul 

OTTAWA — Who among the 
honorable members of the 
House of Commons holdB the 
House knee-bonding record? 

No small honor this. 

There is keen parliamentary 
competition for the political 
Olympic gold medal as cham¬ 
pion of the sport of pop-up 
and sit-desvn. 

lnftial claim was filed 
Friday by Newfoundland Con-, 
servative MF James McGrath 


who reported he had climbed 
to lus feet 22 times during the 
question peri<xi without 
catching Mr. Speaker Luclen 
Lamoureux's eye. 

On the 23rd elevation Mr. 
Speaker "recognized him and 
he finally got to ask his 
question — almost out of 
breath from all the exercise 
— about regional disparity. 

But all the effort was in 
vain, for Economic Expansion 
Minister Jean Marcband was 
not in the House to answer. 

By P r i m,e Mini ster 


Trudeau's "roster" system — 
three days on and two off in 
the five-day working week 
Mr. Marehgnd was enjoying 
release from the strain of the 
question period. 

And that was the rub, the 
way Mr. McGrath saw It. 

Either the prime minister 
had to discard this "illegal 
roster system.” or extend the 
question period beyond the 
scheduled 40 minutes before 
Mr. McGrath expired from 
fatigue. 

Seeing that the Newfoundland 


MP was good for 23 suc¬ 
cessive pop-ups. Liberal 
House Leader MacDonald 
suggested perhaps there 
might be a career for him in 
the National Ballet. 

Just then Mark Rose, NDP 
MP for Fraser Valley, put in 
a counter-claim as the up-and- 
down champ of the House 

He had done 25 successive 
pop-ups. 

In came a counter-counter¬ 
claim from Mr. Speaker. 

“I am a contender," he 
observed. 


Actually he is probably the 
winner, being the man-in- 
motion constantly during the 
question period. 

But Mr. Rose isn’t giving up 
that easily. 

He reported that his non¬ 
recognition by Mr. Speaker 
had got to the point that he 
expressed surprise when 
recently Mr. Lamoureux had 
spoken to him, actually cal¬ 
ling him by name. 

”1 told him, kidding of 
course, that I hadn't realized 
that he actually knew me." 



















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The Season's ^ 

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Christmas 


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Rltlq ttolontll. Victoria, B.C., Saturday, Dtc. 20, 1969 


Ottawa Boosts Pensions of Past 


TJ ZM_ 


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II 



KWi Hit 

Goodwill? 


THE 8 EASON to be jolly, goodwill 
towards all men, deck the halls with boughs 
of holly and somehow find it in my heart to 
write something nice about the CBC. 

Just a tree-trimmin’ moment! That's like 
asking Scrooge to pass up the semi-annual 
dividend, like suggesting Joe Namath 
embrace celibacy, like asking Pierre Elliott 
to recognise Western Canada. 

Especially when I just happen to have a 
copy of the CBC annual report in my hot 
little hands. 

Therefore, any comment deemed even 
remotely complimentary to the Canadian 
Bungling Corporation will be purely acci¬ 
dental. 

* ★ * 

THE REPORT is far the year aiding 
March 1. 1969 and shows Canadian taxpayers 
had to cough up $160,677,000 to keep the good 
ship CBC afloat Actually, the report will 
argue my figure is $1,000,000 high. That’s 
because the CBC doesn’t tliink a rather 
modest sum of $3,955,000 — repayment o t 
principal installments on capital loans — 
should be listed in the loss. 

The breakdown between radio and tele¬ 
vision coats shows the CBC radio operation 
coat $31,854,000, an increase of better than 
$3,000,000 over the previous year. The TV end 
of things coat $116,222,000, also up $3,000,000. 

* * * 

COMMERCIAL revenue of course, is 
supposed to pay for radio and television 
operations, but not in the CBC. Gross 
revenue lor the year was only $34,765,000, or 
21.4 per cent of expenditure. Revenue was up 
2.7 per cent and yet, the percentage loss was 
higher than in the pervious year. Bet that the 
percentage loss will be higher again next 
year. 

It seems rather shocking to discover that 
35 CBC radio station* could muster only a 
token $2,000,000 in commercial revenue 


between them. A private station like Toronto’s 
CFRB does better than $4,900,000 a year in 
sales and I’m sure there are at least hyo 
other stations in the Toronto area that 
surpass the $2,000,000 figure. CKNW over in 
New Westminster probably does better than 
$ 2 , 000 , 000 . 

* ★ ★ 

THE U6-PAGE report is full of ratings, 
graphs, seif congratulation and littia tidbits. 
Like the fact a total of 265 griewmofes were 
filed against the CBC by the various 
industrial unions. 

Or, like the fact receptionists and 
switchboard operators get a 7 per cent bonus 
for bilingualism, provided they use both 
languages In the performance of their duties. 

The ratings section shows that the biggest 
audience of the period was for the Calgary - 
Ottawa Grey Cup game a year ago and that 
it drew 9.6 million viewers. The national 
election debate was next with 6.8 million and 
the election night broadcast drew 5.9 million. 

★ ★ ★ 

THE other biggest drawing cards were 
Heidi, 6 million; the Elvis Prestiey Special 
4.4 million: the NHL ajl star game 4.1 
milMon; the Bill Cosby Special, 4.4 million; 
the Bob Hope Christmas Special, 4.2 million; 
the U.S. election, 3.6 million. The NHL Stanley 
Cup playoffs averaged 3.4 million per game 
with Hve hl^iest for a single game being 4.1 
million. This shows Canadian content more 
than held its own with US. imports. 

The report docs not show the unbridled 
spending, the disregard of even token 
restraint. It doesn’t show the waste that 
results from 50 men doing a job that can be 
handled by 15. It doesn’t show that the CBC,* 
especially at the executive level, is over¬ 
staffed, over-paid and under-talented. 

The whole year is Christmas for the CBC. 
The Corporation doesn’t 1 need any special 
greetings. 


hand, some people are getting 
federal pensions t* $400 to $500 a 
month. It’s utterly Impossible to 
make a positive estimate and 
there are no figures on the pen¬ 
sion income,” Mr. Campbell 
said. 

BASIC PLUS 

According to Ottawa, In¬ 
creases granted under the new 
legislation would be applied to 
the basic pension plus any in- 


Indians Suffer 
Malnutrition 

. 

WINNIPEG (CP)—A Winnipeg 
doctor back from treating In¬ 
dians hi northern Manitoba says 
their main medical problem Is 
malnutrition. 

“The situation is not desper¬ 
ately serious," he said in an 
Interview, “bat It’s nevertheless 
there and something has to be 
done.” 


Defence Bill, 
Ban Pass 

WASHINGTON (AP) - Tbs 
United States House of Repre¬ 
sentatives and Senate passed 
Thursday a compromise S8&. 

800 , 000,000 defence money bill 

that contains a ban on use of 
U.S- combat troop* in Laps and 
Thailand. The measure was sent 
to the White House for Presi¬ 
dent Nixon’s signature. 


Driver Fined 
In Fatality 

TRACADIE, N.B. (CP) — 
Avila Rtoux of St Isadora, N.B., 
uvai fined $25 and assessed court 
coats of $132 here Thursday after 
he pleaded guilty to driving a 
motor vehicle without exercising 
due care and attention. 

Rioux was charged after a 
traffic accident last summer in 
which three St. Is adore teen¬ 
agers were killed. 


School Freeze 
Squeezes Four 

VANCOUVER (CP) — More 
than half of $30,000,000 worth at 
school construction bekl back 
by a provincial education de¬ 
partment freeze Is in four Brit¬ 
ish Cohirrfbia school districts, 
James Campbell, president of 
the B.C. School Trustees Asso¬ 
ciation, said Friday. 

He said there is $15,800,000 
worth of construction stymied 
in Coquitlam, Delta, Prince 
George and Fernie — districts 
with accelerated gr o wth . 


Continued from Pagi* l 


creases paid under the Public 
Service Pension Adjustment 
Act. 

Treasury Board President C. 
M. Drury announced in the I 
Commons that legislation will 1 
be Introduced when the Com- 1 
mom resumes after the Christ¬ 
mas recess to authorize the pen¬ 
sion increases. 

RANG* GIVEN 

The increases would range 
from two per cent for public 
servants retiring this year to 42 


per cent for those who retired in 
1952 or before. 

The measures would take ef¬ 
fect April L 1970. 

Beginning in 1971, pensions 
would be increased automatical¬ 
ly at the start of each year by 
an amount equal to the percent¬ 
age change in (foe Canada Pen¬ 
sion Plan index, providedij>- 
crease* did not exceed two per 
oent. 

Increases granted under the 
new legislation would be applied 


to the basic pension plus any In- ed by desk-thumping applause 
crease being paid under the from all sides of the Commons. 
Public Service Pension Adjust- Stanley Knowles (NDP-Wln- 
ment Act nlpeg North Centre), a perils- 

FOLLOWS STUDY tent advocate of pension in- 

Mr. Drury said his announce- creases, told the Commons he is 
ment followed an “.Intensive Beatified by the government’s 
study” of the Public.Service Su- decision. 

perannuation Act by a special While MPa began to shuffle 
advisory group. with impatience, Mr. Knowles 

’“The committee concluded said he realized he was speak- 
that such a plan financed by ing too long. “But Mr. Speaker 
equal contributions uf the gov- I’ve been waiting 25 years for 
eminent and employees is feasi- this.” 
hie as a continuing method at v™- 


500 F und Donations 


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Th* Crazy Eight__ 

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Dal man____ 

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and Andrew ____ 

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Shane In Bermuda _ _ 

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H. C. .... 

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Jimmy. 

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tteotty Kariool_ 


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Purple Star Lndga Mo. 104 
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E. V. Wataon __ 

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lo aa much- - - 

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F M R. .. 

Bill Dyaoo . 

1. D. J... 

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Victoria Council .. 

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Deborah, Babble, Jean nnd 

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J- McKevtt ... .. 

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Hamilton ... 

Bob and Maryery. 

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Kenneth Bloomfield 

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England Sets 
$180,000 
Golf Tourney 


The announcement was greet- He nnncludefl **y ln K »- 
-—-- joiced for the retired public ser¬ 
vants, RCMP, military, MPs 
*nd judges. He said he wished 
to return a Merry Christmas to 
IJuS’iallu OCIS the government for its action. 

O “Mr. Speaker, some people 

(7*1 QA AAA wW1 really believe there’s a 

$180,000 

I <■ rn But he went on tn wonder why 

I—AIT I 4YI11**1 ON T ''unconscicnsble delay” in 

VJvlI 1 VUI UCV the development of a new pen- 

J sioo plan and to protest a foil . 
LONDON (AP) — Britain ure to tie future increases to the 
matched the United States in annual rise In the coct-of-living. 

top-money competition for pro---- 

golfers Friday by announcing a — - KENT’S 
new tournament next year with **■** * ® 

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Ttie event will be played Sept. . 

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Open to be played at Up^er 

Montclair, N.J., which has a tfEk|TiC I Tn 
total purse of $300,000. IVLH ■ d LI Us 

The amount of total prize H! Fort Street PB-7W 

raooey in the Briti* event will um Beacon Ava. M-fm 

be $ 190 , 000 . _ 


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Your Good Health 


Boring, Unpalatable 


By G. C. TH08TE80N, MD 

Dear Dr. Thosteeon: Car¬ 
bohydrates and fata are listed 
by nutritionist as dietary es¬ 
sentials. For practical purposes, 
with existing food technology, 
no doubt they are. 

But does either cartwhjdrate 
or fat actually contribute any¬ 
thing to the body that it could 
not get from protein? 

Is there any reason to suppose 
that one could live in full health 
on a diet (If it were available) 
consisting only of amino acids, 
vitamins, minerals, and water? 
— H.H. 

■k it -k 

It is possible, but would be 
mighty monotonous and un¬ 
palatable, as well as expensive 
and fraught with some problems 
that you may not have foreseen. 

I am guessing that your 
question is inspired by having 
been told to follow a low- 
carbohydrate diet. If so, beep in 
mind that substitution of fats is 
one way to reduce carbohydrate 
without sacrificing calories. 


But to consider your hypo¬ 
thetical diet: earbeti yd rates (in¬ 
cluding sugars) supply energy, 
quickly available. 

Protein foods can be con¬ 
verted, by the digestive process, 
into carbohydrate (glucose) but 
slowty. In fact, we convert 
about 58 per cent into carbo¬ 
hydrate. 

The remaining protein, in the 
form of amino acids, is essen¬ 
tial for replacement of body 
tissues. No other type of food 
can do this. 

So. in a general sense, your 
theory is reasonable: prertein 
can be changed into carbo¬ 
hydrate, but carbohydrate can¬ 
not turn into protein. 

However, here are some of 
the problems of such a diet. 
Carbohydrate foods give flavor, 
variety, and bulk. Vegetables 
and fruits for the most part 
have little or no protein, but 
have varying amounts of 
carbohydrate. Omit fruits and 
vegetables and you’ve sacrificed 
a lot of the pleasure of eating. 


Ycti’ve also created a problem • 
of making certain that you have ! 
enough vitamins and minerals, . 
for a variety of fruits and i 
vegetables is insurance that we ! 
get the minerals (just traces of 
some) that we need. 

If you also eliminate cereals 
and bread (high in carbo- < 
hydrate, moderate in protein, 
with some vitamin and mineral 
value) you're going to have to 
eat a lot of protein foods to 
make up for It 

While you can’t keep going' < 
without protein, you can't keep 
going, either, without sufficient 
carbohydrate, because that is 
what gives us energy and 
provides body heat. Further, the 
brain is entirely dependent on 
sugars (carbohydrates) for its 
nutrition. 

Eliminate fats? Then you will 
have to make up artificially the 
fat-tolubls vitamlne*. At least a 
little fat is neceasary for the 
nervous system, and It is quite 
possible that there are some 
Ingredients which have not been 
exactly identified. 


The Weather 


Dec. 50, 1989 

Cloudy, rain beginning In the 
afternoon. Winds light. Friday's 
precipitation 15; sunshine nil, 
recorded high and low at 1 
Victoria 47 and 35. Today's 
forecast high and low 47 and 40. 
Today’s sunrise 8:03 a.m. and 
sunset 4:20 p.m.; moonriss 1:50 
p.m., maonset 5:2T a.m. Sunday 
outlook: Cioudy, periods of rain. 

East Coast of Vancouver 
Island — Cloudy, rain beginning 
in the afternoon MHd. Winds 
light. Friday's precipitation .13 
recorded high and low 53 and 
30. Today's forecast high and 
low 48 and 38. Sunday outlook: 
Cloudy, periods of rain. 

West Coast of Vancouver 
Island — Rain beginning by 
noon. Winds light, occasionally 
southeast 15. Forecast high and 
low at Tofino 50 and 42. Sunday 
outlook: Cloudy, rain, mild. 

North Coast — Gale warning 
In effect for Queen Charlottes. 
Showers, winds southeast 20 


becoming light. Rain by noon in 
north Island area, winds south¬ 
east 15. Sunday outlook: rain, 
mild. 

Five-day outlook — Tempera¬ 
tures will average four degrees 
above normal and rainfall near 
normal. 


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Edmonton _ ... 24 2 

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CaaUraar_ * 33 .03 

Penticton_... Xt S3 J3 

Revelalnic*_M 34 41 

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Carols Float Through Harbor 

Malibu Princess, Vancouver's carol vent choir sang out across water in 
ship, leads Christmas flotilla of craft first of show nights.—(CP) 
on harbor cruise. Sacred Heart Con- 

Own View of Ban 

Toxins Allowed 
Says Pentagon 


U.S. Sailors Stoned 
Flee Back to Ships 

IZMIR, Turkey (CPI) — Anti-American dem¬ 
onstrators Friday attacked tile first party of C.S. 
sailors they saw come ashore from visiting 6th 
Fleet ships and drove the officer and his men back 
to their vessels under a shower Of stones. 

I readers of leftwing student groups had ac¬ 
cused American servicemen of using Turkey as a 
brothel. 


Federal Case Now 

Panther Fight 
Probe Planned 


WASHINGTON (UPI) — The 
justice department and a 
special federal Grand Jury will 
Investigate the Deo. 4 shootout 
between Chicago police and 
members of the Black Panther 
party, Attorney General John 
Mitchell announced Friday. 

“There have been serious 
allegations raised criticizing 
police tactics," Mitchell said. 
“A number of responsible 
citizens have questioned 
whether this incident may 
have involved a dental of 
federally protected rights." 

The Grand jury and a special 
team of government attorneys 
“will seek to establish the true 


facts regarding the violence 
that has occurred . * . and 
hopefully will put an end to the 
rumors end speculation that has 
surrounded this incident," the 
attorney general said. 

The Chicago Crime Commis¬ 
sion reported pellets found In 
the apartment of slain Black 1 
Panther party leader Fred 
Hampton indicate shots were 
fired fai file direction of the 
police. 

Harvey Johnson, operating 
director of the commission, said 
the new evidence was Sound 
Wednesday and Thursday by 
crime laboratory technicians 
1 who examined die apartment. 


WASHINGTON (UPI)— 
President Nixon’s new bio¬ 
logical warfare policy does 
not rule out production of 
disease - producing toxins, 
the Pentagon said Friday. 

Toxins can produce serious 
and even fatal illness, but 
cannot be transferred from one 
person to another after the 
disease is contracted, as biolo¬ 
gical agents can. 

Rear Adm. William Lemon, a 
Pentagon aide, told a House 
foreign affairs subcommittee I 
the Pentagon classifies toxins as 
chemical agents although they 1 
are produced by biological pro¬ 
cesses. 

Thus, he said, die defence 
department found no “specific 
I prohibition of the production of 
toxins" in President Nixon’s 
announced ban on the manu¬ 
facture or stockpiling of bio¬ 
logical agents for military use. 

However, on Thursday, an 
official of the U.S. arms control 
agency, a state department 
affiliate, told the subcommittee 
he did not believe toxin produc¬ 
tion by biological processes 
would be permissible under 
Nixon’s policy. 

Toxins are lifeless products of 
, biological pocesses that require 
[ the cultivation of live bacteria. I 
, But Lemos said the synthesizing 
j of toxins without biological 
, processing Is possible under 
present technology. 

Lemos said the United States 

3 had not produced toxins for a 
t year, and “we have no plans to 

4 do so.” 


Lemos also defended the use | 
of CS riot-control gas in Viet¬ 
nam as a “life-saving” combat 
weapon. He said it allowed 
tunnels, helicopter landing zones 
and Ihe flanks of jungle trails to > 
be cleared with fewer casualties j 
both to the enemy and allied 1 
forces. 


Final Votes Monday 


U.S. Tax Bill Would Hit Rich 
Giving Relief to Low Incomes 


WASHINGTON (AP) — A tax 
bill designed ultimately to re¬ 
trieve 16,600,000,000 lost through 
loopholes bat to give $9,- 
100 ,000,000 relief to taxpayers, 
especially those with low in¬ 
comes, was tailored Friday for 
final action by Congress. 

Every Individual taxpayer in 
the United States would benefit 
by an increase in the personal 
exemption, starting In mid 1870. 

Pilots Place 
Hijack Onus 
On Nations 

LONDON (AP) — Airline pil¬ 
ots said Friday the answer to 
hijacking lies in stem action 
against the hijackers by the 
countries to which pirated 
planes are flown. The pilots said 
such nations must either act 
quickly or face boycotts. 

The International Federation 
of Airline Pilots held two days 
of private talks about the issue. 

A statement said hijacking 
"could end in catastrophe.” But 
the pilots avoided threats of 
strikes and ignored seme earlier 
demands to make lujaeking a 
capita] crime. 

The pilots said the United Na¬ 
tions had taken the right stance 
hi demanding return of the pas- 
s e n g e r s, crew and aircraft 
without delay. 


It would go by stages to |750 in 
1973 from the present 5600. 

So a family of tour would 
have $600 less income taxed, a 
saving ot $132 if the family Is In 
the 22-per-cent marginal 
bracket. 

The bill also provides a 15- 
per-cent Increase In payments 
for the 25,000,000 Social Security 
beneficiaries—almost one out of 
every eight residents of the 
United States. 

The bill also reduced the oil 
depletion allowance. The allow¬ 
ance now permits oil companies 
to deduct 27% per cent of their 
income from taxes and use the 
writeoff for exploration for new 
oil. Under the new biH, the al¬ 
lowance would be out to 22 per 
cent. 

The companies would still be 
able to claim the depletion al¬ 
lowance on their production out¬ 
side the U.S. 

Others facing tax increases 
include high-bracket individuals 
with considerable income in 
capital gains or other special 
preferences, all corporations 


Rifle Thief Kills 
Shopper , Self 

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters)— 
A man stole a rifle and am¬ 
munition from a pawn shop here 
Thursday, walked out into a 
street crowded with Christmas 
shoppers and killed a pedestrian 
and wounded a motorist before 
finally shooting himself. 


who have been able to charge 1 
off 7 per cant of thelrl 
equipment Investment under the j 
investment credit, real estate 
operators using speeded up 
depreciation and wealthy indi¬ 
viduals who profit by charitable 
donations of value-appreciated 
property. 

17k bill goes to its final votes 
in the House probably Monday 1 
and to the Senate that day or 
toe next. 


Biafrans 

Are 

Coming 


OTTAWA (CP) — The immi- f 
gration department announced || 
Friday that five young Biafrans, | 
including two of the children of 
the head of Biafra’s civil serv¬ 
ice, will come to Canada to live 
this weekend. 

A spokesman for the depart¬ 
ment said Victor Akpan, 10, 
Grace Akpan. 13, arid Usen 
Akpan, 23, wiU live with the 
family of Rev. Walter McLean 
of Winnipeg. 

The first two are children of 
N. U. Akpan, head of Biafra’s 
civil service and one of Lieut - 
Gen. Odumegwti Ojukwu’s clos¬ 
est advisers. Miss Akpan is a 
niece. 


GREAT STOREWIDE 


THERE'S* MGRt 
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CHESTERFIELD SUITES 

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Tuxedo styled suite by Sklar. A really comfortable 
deep buttoned back suite. Arc springs. Foam seat 
and back. Covered in soft black vinyl. Save $100. M QFOO 
Reg. 585.00. SALE. 403 

Transitional sofa and chair by Kroehler. Dacron 
wrapped cushion. Semi-attached pillow back. Coil 
base. Fully skirted. Covered in outline quilted print. CQQOO 
Save $100. Reg. 689.00. SALE....303 


CEDAR CHESTS 


Still time to dress op yoor living room tor Christmas. Over 100 saStna to 
choose from In modern and traditional: Colonial, French Provincial. 
Manufactured by well-known Canadian firms—Kroehler, Troister, Brae- 
more, Sklar, FIexsted. 

Modem high moulded back 4-seater Chesterfield 
and matching chair. All hardwood frame. Arc 
spring. Polyfoam cushion. Covered in tweed fab- fi| QOO 
ric. Blue or ginger. Reg. 249.00. SALE.t!3 

Colonial suite by Troister. This tub-styled suite 
with hardwood frame—maple showwood. Foam 
cushion. Box pleated skirt. Arc springs. Covered fiQQOO 
in tweed fabric. Reg. 429.00. SALE__3D3 

French Provincial suite by Jamar. Cherry fruit- 
wood frame. Self decked. Deep button back. Foam 
cushion. Covered in soft green damask. Reg. J QQOO 
489.00. SALE.—___433 

Modem chesterfield and matching chair by 
Kroehler. High moulded back for comfort. Walnut 
showwood. Foam cushion. Coil base. All hardwood 
frame. Covered in tweed fabric. Reg. 389.00. OQO 00 
SALE....Ofc3 


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* Frii Gift Wrapping! 

* Fr,B Dslivary! 

* F r#e Parkine! 

E«$y Tarms! 


Largest selection of (hose cheat* on Vancouver Island- 
“The Gift That Starts the Home." Modern-Spanisb-French 
Provincial. 

Modern walnut cedar chest. Complete with lock. Size 18%x 
41’’x22" high. Rag. 79-95. CQ 9S 

SALE ...03 

Select American walnut cheat. Size 18”xl4"x23." Self¬ 
rising tray. Lined in aromatic Tennessee Cedar. QQ95 
Reg. 109.00. SALE .33 

French Provincial Style. Sliced cherry exterior in bone, 
white and gold. Antique brass polls. Automatic 4 CP93 
tray. Reg. 167.50. SALE...I 30 

Spanish styled chest. Popular Spanish design In sliced Oak. 
Enriched by antique brass hardware. Dark Oak Kaydura 
finish. Size 43”xl6%xl8.”. Reg. 127.98. 4 4 #{95 

Lane cedar chest in Guostock walnut. Matched sliced wal¬ 
nut exterior with bright brass knobs cm simulated drawers. 
Automatic tray. Size 43 : 54”xl69£”x20?4.’* *1 A Q95 

Reg. 132.00. SALE . 113 

Many more to choose from. 


QUILTED BEDSPREADS ^ 

/S 

A grand opportunity to smarten up the bedroom or to purchase for a 
long-remembered gift. Attractive, well-made quilted bedspreads made 
from 100% cotton, pre-shrunk and vat-dyed effect. Appreciable savings 
are yours, too. Colours of gold, turquoise and tangerine. 


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Serene Pillows 

A super gift for the home! Wonderful serene pil¬ 
lows with the exclusive new fortrel filling (hat 
gives unsurpassed sleeping comfort. 


Single and doubles. 
Reg. 35.95. SALE .. 


Queen size. 

Reg. 47.95. SALE 


Complete the picture with matching, lined 
pleated headings and hooks for instant hai 
Single width. 

Reg. 24.95. SALE ___ 

Double width. 

Reg. 49.95. SALE... 

Triple width. 

Reg. 74.95. SALE.. 


draperies. Finely made with 
hanging. 84" long. 


_18“ 

37“ 
_56" 


Special, each 


Fiberwoven Blankets 

The blanket that does more for you. 100% virgin 
acrylic fiber that’s warmer, loftier and stronger. 
Colours of blue, pink and primrose. 4 098 
72"x9G." Reg. 16.95. SALE . ■ ™ 


Our selection of lovely bedspreads is at its peak. 
All kinds of quiet and warm flower bedecked, ex¬ 
travagant brocades, elegant satins, textured cot¬ 
tons and many others. 4 Q95 JJOQOO 
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P OSSIBLY ONLY the tip of an Iceberg, the 
NDP'i Stanley Knowles remarked when he 
objected tn the House of Commons to public funds 
being used to prepare seta of ten colored slides to 
help publicize Finance Minister Edgar Benson's tax 
reform proposals. Mr. Knowles rose on a question 
of parliamentary privilege, and Speaker Lucten 
Lamoureux later ruled there had been no breach, 
although “there may be a grievance against the 
government." But beyond this particular possible 
iceberg, there could be an ocean-full of others. He 
did well to raise the point. 

Mr. Knowles’ objection was not only to “the 
use of government funds to propagandize govern¬ 
ment proposals that have not yet been adopted by 
Parliament" but to Mr. Benson inviting Opposition 
parties to be “accessories in this malpractice" by 
asking them If they would like to distribute the 
slides. He recalled that when insurance companies 
were fighting the Canada Pension Plan with a 
publicity campaign, he had asked Judy LaMarsh, 
then health and welfare minister, if the govern¬ 
ment could not do something to offset it. She had 
told him she had been informed it was not proper, 
It was not legal, to spend government money in 
support of a government proposition that had not 
yet been adopted by the House. 

Yet this was precisely what was now being 
done: the government was using taxpayers’ money 
to argue one side of the question, and no telling 
how much more besides the cost of the slides. 

For the government, Mr. Benson asserted that 
the slides were purely informative and contained 
no propaganda—which brought cries from some 


hou. members which Hansard traditionally records 
as “Oh, oh!”—and suggested that it was right for 
the government to inform the people of its 
intentions so there could be reasonable discussion 
before decisions were made. 

Here, of course, is the crux. What is “purely 
Informative” and what is propaganda? The 
dividing line Is difficult to discern, but It can be 
suggested that Mr. Benson’s White Paper with Its 
proposals and its reasoning for them was 
informative; that a subsequent selling job is 
propaganda. It is one thing to tell the people what 
the government has In mind and why. It Is another 
to continue pressing the government’s case—and 
the government’s case alone—and using the 
people’s money to do it. 

A three man task force proposed early in 
November that an agency to be known as 
Information Canada be established to tell Cana¬ 
dians about their government. The new agency 
would use the latest electronic aids and its own 
wire service, with a “total communications unit” 
among others, to co-ordinate and expand all 
government Information programs and develop a 
two-way flow that could help In the development of 
“participatory democracy." 

With such an organization In prospect and a 
government unable or unwilling to see a difference 
between Informing and campaigning at the expense 
of the taxpayers, Canadians may wen join Mr. 
Knowles In asking: 

. “Are we moving toward an age In which the 
government will use its financial resources, its 
machinery, to condition the people at their Own 
expense to accept government proposals?” 


Can’t Forget Pierre 


Balance of Power 


Spying a Safeguard of Peace 


mostly start from «motk>ml 
reasons, or from miscalculation 
or misjudgment. Sinoe the great 
powers today obviously want to 
avoid nuclear catastrophe, it 
follows that the more profes¬ 
sional and accurate their intelli¬ 
gence services become, the less 
risk of war by mistake. 

According to Louia Hagen, 
author of The Secret War for 
Europe, good intelligence on 
both sides means that: “The 
emotional factors, which In the 
past might have started a 
major war, are now checked, 
because the progress and out¬ 
come of such a war can be 
accurately calculated rather 
than guessed.’’ 


By PETER WORTHINGTON 


I S espionage really necessary? 

Has it become a makework 
project by governments in this 
age of electronic wizardry, spy- 
sateDltes and know-everythtag 
computers? 

Are the time-tested techniques 
of blackmail, reduction, homo¬ 
sexuality really obsolete today? 
Are the tattered cloaks and 
rusty daggers of old-time agents 
now rather meaningless and 
overdue lor retirement, mu¬ 
seums and memoirs? 


“It is a distasteful bat vital 
necessity." — President Eisen¬ 
hower on espionage, iww. 


“Gentlemen do not read 
each other’s mall." —- Becre 
tary of State Henry Stimson. 


The Door Is Shut, Dr. Laski 


And the door is wide open, let It be observed, 
to those who for idealistic or ideological reasons, or 
both, seek immigrant status from the authorities to 
escape the United States draft 

Let us see what the government does with the 
recommendation of the commission on bilingualism 
and biculturalism that we recruit more of our dvfl 
service from France and French-speaking coun¬ 
tries, presumably the one-time African colonies, 
and whether these candidates will be investigated 
as possible risks to Canadian security. 

The minister’s judgment against Dr. Laski is 
remarkable for its intolerance as well as 
inconsistency when it is a recognized fact that in 
many of our universities, and even in the lower 
strata of the educational system, there are people 
who have embraced an ideology inimical to our 
established institutions and our chosen way of life. 

Hateful as the doctrine of communism may be 
to responsible Canadians, it is foolish to hide the 
fact of its existence. It should be studied and 
examined. And few could assist in such a task 
better than the Polish scholar. He should be a 
welcome guest. He might even become a convert. 


nnHERE SEEMS TO BE an extraordinary incon- 
^ sistency in the decision of the department of 
Immigration’s head, Allan MacEachen, to refuse 
admission to Canada to h. Kasimierz Laski. 

York University in Toronto wanted him to 
teach political science, but Mr. MacEachen, no 
doubt on the advice erf his investigators and 
possibly the RCMP, said no. 

The reason: the Polish Jew is considered a 
security risk. 

TTie fact of the matter, however, is that Dr, 
Laski quit the Communist Party in Poland in 
protest over its anti-Semitic policies and practices. 

In any event it seems strange that his political 
doctrine should deny him admission when the 
government at Ottawa sees no risk or inconsis¬ 
tency in allowing the preachers of revolution and 
destruction to come to Canada to instruct the 
university students who have Invited them. 

Apparently a Black Panther who arrives here 
when University of Victoria undergraduates 
beckon is in a different category to men like Dr. 
Laski, and less objectionable, even though he 
appears for his speaking engagement with a rifle in 
his haqds. 


Winter and the Sloth 


Arms Limitation 


O _ • _ i _ _• rrs i • 1 base it* policies and security. 1 when a Practising Sloth drifts earthwards they are 

soviet Concessions 1 actical * + + ** *« ^ tw 

summer to dread. The name of this curse is 

Hugh Trevor-R^er, an Ox- it was then that people made Winter Sports. There was a 
NK from Ottawa years have complicated the ford den and world recognized a calculated and apparently oo- time > when a Practising 

. SALT project. historian who was a British onttnated assault on a Practie- wonded on ^' a * xxit the 

It may well be that by agree- Fcr example, the Soviet Union intelligence officer (and who Lng Sloth’s God-given right to do 8ummer *\ when Winter Sports 
ing now to the strategic arms has developed and tested the was grudgingly praised in the nothing. To be a Sloth. were indulged tn by toe 

limitation talks (SALT) former ^S9 rocket which can carry a memoirs of Soviet master-spy if someone wasn't demanding y° un B- they could be 

President Johnson tried to initi- sin s3 e warhead of up to 85 Kim Philby), has put it sue- that he go on a p * c n i c, fOTKiven because weren’t 
ate in January, 1967, (he Soviets me Katans ar three warheads of cinctly: somebody else was telling him enough to k now better, 

are again pursuing some mill - megatons each. This makes <•§<, u governments he should head for toe beach. ^ ut today a Practising Sloth 

tary advantage. 11 a much more powerful conceal a part 0 f their activi- Some even suggested, for ls "’* 8afe e y en J vhen afi * oclBti "f 


J UST as there are people who 
maintain that East-West 
tensions can be eliminated 
■imply by talking with the 
Soviets on their terms, there 
are others who see no point in 
negotiating with someone 
whose record makes it abun¬ 
dantly clear that his word can¬ 
not be trusted. 

To my mind both these 
extreme attitudes are iU- 
conceived and dangerous. The 
first extreme, based on the 
assumption that while the two 
■ides keep on talking they are 
not likely to press toe nuclear 
button, would give Moscow a 
virtual certainty of talking toe 


powerful conceal a part of their activi- Some 

le Ameri- ^ Qther ^emments. If they heavens sake, that he get up BTanamomer, am grano- various tunes, ana tried tc 
rial - wish to base their policy on full from his deck chair In the fath er*. barter each. One of the Ameri 

ationB ^ and correct information, must shady back yard and go for a * * * cans (Newcomb Vo«l d!e<! 

i in the to penetrate the veil ” long walk. These people, who by rights violently under unexplained cir- 

revealed Espionage and counter- Canadians, or so a Practising should be pouring a Practising cumatances while In custody; 
n*”*? espionage figure strongly In the Sloth thought In 1 
that ^ balance of power that, u.~— * 

r ?f nt , tunate as it may be, is the only 


Ul _ _those days, Sloth a tot toddy and joining him another (Prof. Frederic* Bar- 

unfop. went slightly mad once toe » he sits peacefully by the hooni) was released only after 
mn , T , „ n,g V - v thermometer cleared © degrees window watching toe mayhem the personal intervention of 

workable formula that mankind and the r were ex P°“ ed to the on the snow-covered hills, laugh- President Kennedy, 
has so far been able to devise to sun ' They developed a kind of ing happily each time he sees a * * * 

guarantee a form of precarious St Vltu « dance which kept them |«kier break a leg, are now blood The three othwt jailed 

world peace — or at least the continually on the move enemies. or fined. Ivanov was sentenced 

avoidance of world war. * * * J'ZfTLE'.i “ to 20 years and is pre^ntly on 

T*e balance of nuclear tenor part of It a Practising Lid {Hid to baU *"*»*■'"£5 “ 

has so far dissuaded toe great ffloth ^ ^ ^ fact , <** Bki •• £Jd cten physically at- appm1 ’ 

to W8r thing he does best k ait quietly tempt to get a pSJ Sloth m 

one another. So long as one side ^ watch other people get all away from all that cosiness tbe 

doesn’t get excessively strong gweaty and .unburned and indoors and throat him bodily Brooke-for-Kroger. 

(or imagine iteelf to be Irrejs- ^ lnto ^ cold and dangers of toe ca “ m „ . .. . . . 

tible) there will be relative What he did object to was toe >outdoors. Times have indeed changed 

peace on earth. Or such has widespread and mistaken notion Even old friends, people who !!**J‘ t * 

been the case so far. that he wasn't enjoying himself once spent many a pleasant and sbi( * fJJfL♦!!! 

* * * unless he too took part in these relaxing winter sitting qiterfty Jg* * 1 

strenuous shenanigans. todoors are now completely " hap wamt allowed to wear, 

Important - perhaps vital - Children, particularly, had no untrustworthy. An invitation to a about * iT K u u 
In this great-power stalemate is respect for a Practising Sloth. I Sunday afternoon sit-in can turn , “r 8h *” 

the balance of what could be remember one neighbor’* child out to be a pitched battle f . „. tUh “9“^ kecpl ng tf lelr 

called “secret knowledge" vividly. As soon as she saw me between a Practising Sloth and an anonymous 

toe product of intelligence and reclining out there in my deck the old pals he once trusted. 1 Jrf 1 * 

counterespionage services. chair, all set to put in a serious And there is no end in sight. and . ,!r om . ih 

If one side has more "secret afternoon of cloud watching, she Things ar* getting worse, if prBM 18 

knowledge” than the utlier or would be over the fence and by anything. No “ n & er doe * Soviet 

, can operate with impunity be- my slioulder, her tin-whistle Just a few years ago all a l ' r ^ on pre * end “*• 

hind an impenetrable shield, the voice shrilling: Practicing Sloth had to do was sple9 “ th ^ 1 ? 1 “ 

balance Is shifted and weighted “When are we going *wim- plan his winter so he kept dear advertae ™ at 1,000,000 KGB 
in favor of that side. ming, Mr. Lowe? When, eh Mr. of skiers and skaters. This could *K ent * and informers are busy 

Fortunately there is rough Lowe? Going swimming, Mr. be done by referring to an old ■Pring inside the U.S.S.R., not 

equality In Intelligence results. T/uve?” ihnnwi wound or if thi* «/«* to mention abroad. 


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Keenlevside Iftcluded 


Montreal Riots: 
$3,000 an Hour 


Manning Joins 
Companions 


MONTREAL (DPI) — Montreal poli™ direc¬ 
tor dean Paul Gilbert reported Friday that 100 
demonstration* this year had cost the city $7,- 
600,000—about 53,000 an hour. 

Gilbert, who announced his retirement this 
week, said control of demonstrations occupied 20 
per cent of the police resources. 


OTTAWA (CP) — Former 
Premier Ernest Manning of 
rights to the federal govern- Alberta and President Claude 
ment - Bissell of the University of 

"There would have been no Toronto are among 12 prom- 
continental shelf belonging to Inent Canadians named Fri- 
Canada if British Columbia day as Companions of the Order 
hadn't joined Confederation in of Canada. 

1871,** said the premier. "When Also named among the Com- 
we came into Confederation we panlona is Hugh Keenleyside, 71, 
brought all our lands into of Victoria, currently chancellor 
Canada. of Notre Dame University, 

"And certainly the lands Nelson, and forme? co-chairman 
belong to Canada — but in the of B.C. Hydro, 
name of the province.'* Others include Captain Jean 

As far as Mr. Bennett is Bqjiveau of Montreal Canadlens, 
concerned, any oil company retired quarterback Russell 
wishing to drill off the coastl(Russ) Jackson of Ottawa 
must get approval from Vic-! Bough Riders, Grey Cup cham- 
toria. pions, and internationally-known 

I Asked if the oil companies *«>P h y8icist John Tuzo Wilson 
I would also hn vp to ohtnln °f Toronto. 


VANCOUVER (CP) A 
federal-provincial jurisdictional 
battle over offshore oil drilling 
rights intensified Thursday 
when Premier W. A. C. Bennett 


"just automatically belong to| 
British Columbia." 

The 68-year-old Social Credit 
leader added that oil companies I 
could drill 


mit and B.C. could collect 
royalties without federal ap¬ 
proval. 

Mr. Bennett's position was 
diametrically opposed to the one 
outlined earlier by federal Fish¬ 
eries Minister Jack Davis, who 
says Ottawa has the power to 
veto offshore drilling. 

The federal government's 
position was bolstered earlier 
Thursday In the Commons by 
Energy Minister J. J. Greene 
who told MPs the final decision 
on the matter rests with 


in the Strait at 
Georgia without a federal per- 


asaerted that offshore resources 


The selections, made twice 
yearly, are for "merit, espe¬ 
cially service to Canada and 
humanity at large.” They are 
picked by an advisory council 
from r ecommendations by 
Canadian individuals and or¬ 
ganizations. 

Governor-General Roland 
Michener, who announced the 
selections, will invest the recip¬ 
ients later. 

Before this group, 88 com- 


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an impasse involving the British Columbia tugboat 
industry. 

The talks will involve industry representatives, 
labor department officials and representatives of 
the Canadian Brotherhood of Railway, Transport 
and General Workers and the Seafarers’ Interna¬ 
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Manning, 61, was the first 
graduate from the Prophetic 
Bible Institute In Calgary 
founded by William Aberhart 
and became a member of the 
Aberhart Social Credit cabinet 
in 1935 and premier in 1943. He 
resigned a year ago. 


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OTTAWA (CP) - All federal i 
government astronomy will be 
consolidated under the National 
Research Council effective April 
1, ft was announced Friday. 

Hie move will bring together 
establishments now operated by 
NRC and by the federal depart¬ 
ment of energy, mines and re-! 
sources. It follows a recommen- 
committee of the 


that of the department of energy, 
mines and resources (which cur¬ 
rently controls the Saanich oper¬ 
ation). We're not terribly down¬ 
hearted at the change.” 

The director said he hoped the 
action would be mainly juris¬ 
dictional — "just a basic change 
In administration” — but did 
not discount the possibility that 
the effects might be far-reach¬ 
ing. V 

"There could be some changes 
In policy,” he said, "but we're 


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dation of 
Science Council of Canada head-1 
ed by Dr. H. E. Petch of the | 
University erf Waterloo. 

The energy department oper¬ 
ates the Dominion astrophysical 
observatories at Victoria, the 
Dominion radioastrophysical ob- 
servatory at Pentic ton, 
and several radio arrays and 
small observatories at Mount 
Kobau, B.C., Ottawa, and Mean- 
ok, Alta. 


as past. We feel we’ve been 
operating a fairly efficient oper¬ 
ation here already. 

"This is just a matter of in- 
The NRC has 


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ternal policy, 
looked after basic research to a 
great extent for some time al¬ 
ready." 

Observatory facilities are cur¬ 
rently open to scientists from 
other agencies and universities, 
so the change to NRC will not 
change their accessibility, Dr. 
Wright said. 


Hie transfer of these to NRCi 
will Involve administrative I 
transfer of 65 astronomers, 
technicians and office staff, 
most of who will remain in their 
present locations. 

The announcement met with 
favorable reception at ■ die 
observatory in Saanich. 

"It is possible that we’ll be 
better otf under the National 
Research Council,” said Dr. 
K. O. Wright, director of the 
Dominion Astrophysical Ob¬ 
servatory on Little Saanich 
Mountain. 

"Their capital expenditures 
policy is a bit different from 


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ist students caught fire during 
Sept. 20 riot In Kyoto. Their 
clothes were Ignited when they 
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at The Hague.—(AP) 


’sion rate Increases In various consumers in the purchase of 
parts of the United States homes." 

1 violate anti-trust laws. The justice department 

. , Thursday also filed a civil anti¬ 

trust suit against the Prince 
Ass istant Attorney-General George’s County MD Board of 
Richard W. McLaren, the gov- Realtors Inc., charging the firm 
. ernment’s anti-trust chief, said with recommending commission 
his investigators are "particu- rates that are followed by its 
larly interested in this situation 1,000 members in their property 
because of the inflationary transactions. Prince George's 
impact of such increases on County is a Washington suburb. 


WASHINGTON (AP) — The 
justice department has launched 
an Investigation to determine if 
U.S. real estate boards are 
■ conspiring to fix commission 
(rates on property sales.- 
. Attorney - General John N. 
I Mitchell announced the investi¬ 
gation Thursday and said the 
justice department is checking 
i to determine if recent commis- 


"We have co-operated as much 
as we can and we haven't had 
to turn down many people, any¬ 
way.” 

Only the astronomy" section 
will be transferred In the move, 
effective April 1. The geo¬ 
physical research establish¬ 
ments will remain under the 
energy, mines and resources 
department. 

Dr. Wright said the transfer, 
which has been discussed for 
several years now, was first 
proposed in the Glassco report 
on government organization. 

It was also recently recom¬ 
mended by a committee of the 
Science Council of Canada set 
up last April to study the place 
of astronomy in modern science 
Canada's role in astronomy and 
how any activity in astronomy 
could best be distributed among 
I governments, universities and 


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Prime Minister Tredeau an¬ 
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Royal Family is coming to 
Canada to help Manitoba and 
the Northwest Territories 
celebrate their centennials. 


DALLAS — Billionaire H. 
Kom Perot said Friday he 
will ■spend 5200,000 to airlift 90 
tons of Christmas dinners and 
supplies to American prison¬ 
ers of war in North Vietnam. 

Perdt, who says his first 
thought every morning is of 
the prisoners and soldiers in 
Vietnam, called his program 
Operation Understanding and 
said it was a combined effort 
of private industry and his 
United We Stand organization, 
a program to express support 
for the U.S. stand in Vietnam. 


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ties aimed at overthrowing 
President Suharto and restor¬ 
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•*Droughtland' 
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— as 1 did once — and it's like 
an invasion force. , 
Virgin Island native blacks 
have a reputation for being 
unsmiling and taciturn. Maybe 
it's the passing of the cruise 
ships. I got a little surly myself. 


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Hwy say the wing is the size 
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U4 S2S2 392 I3M eveatags 


W hole world enjoys these characters 


About two-thirds of Queens¬ 
land is in* the grip of drought 
and officials say there has not 
been a normal rainy season in 
the last decade. 

In the worst-hit areas, around 
Burketown, Cloncurry and 
B irdsville, several property- 
I owners have no sheep left after 


When Sleeping Beauty 
waltzes by with Goofy, or 
Snow White and the Seven 
Dwarfs wave hello, or Mickey 
Mouse hurries past pounding 
a big brass drum — will, the 
whole world seems to laugh 
out loud. Even Old Scrooges 
turn on the smile. 

Winding up the parade Is 


By KRYSTAL POOL 

tulralat l« Aaaalaa Tima, tarries 

ANAHEIM, Calif. — There’s 
no place like home for the 
holidays unless it’s Disney¬ 
land, that is. 

Here every youngster from 
four to 40 (no one feels older 
than 40 in the magic king¬ 
dom) can skip through a 
make-believe wonderland as 
Christmasy as a holly wreath. 

First sight to greet your 
holiday vision is a Christinas 
tree so big and beautiful it 
looks as if it could only have 
originated in a child's dream. 
The tree stands 60 feet high 
and Is brilliantly lighted with 
more than 2,000 lights and 
2,200 shiny ornaments, many 
the size of a basketball. 
Crisply covering its perfect 
branches are 100 pounds of 
fluffy, white snow — shipped, 
do you suppose clear from the 
North Pole? 

It’s enough to make Mickey 
Mouse do a jig. 

-Just behind the tree is Main 
Slreet ... a Christmas card 
come to life. Stretched across 
the 3900 byway are lush 
garlands of holly brightly 
sprinkled with red berrips. 
Lampposts along the street 
are also wrapped in holly and 
big red bows, and store fronts 
display a variety of candy 
canes, gingerbread men and 
Christmas wreaths. 

It’s a winter wonderland, 
smack in the middle of sunny 
Ca Hfomia. 

A good reason for visiting 


season is the Christmas 
parade. This spectacular is 
appropriately titled Fantasy 
on Parade and is held twice 
daily at 4 and 9 p.m, between 
now and Jan. 4. 

More than 400 persons part¬ 
icipate, including every 
Disney character you know — 
and a few you don’t. 


TRAVELEYDEN TOURS 


“Would yeu auggest what we 
aned to *ear oh a cratse ship 
going to tfcn Caribbean wtthf 
stops at several Inlands?’' 

The Caribbean social run is a 
llttl# rilzy. Slacks and shorts for 
daytime. But dressy stuff. From 
the best shops. Three of four 
men will be In dinner jackets in 
the evening. And half of these 
will be the sporty Madras or 
colored jackets rather than 
traditional black. All women 
will wear cocktail dresses. 

It's dressy ashore in the 
•venings, too. Particularly in 
the British background islands. 
Men will be expected to wear 
jackets and ties in the big hotel 
dining rooms. 

The Pacific cruises are more 
relaxed. On the Lurline to 
Hawaii, half the men wore dark 
suits in the evening. I wore a 
dinner jacket only twjce. (On all 
•hips you don't dress up the 
first night out, last night before 
making port,) 

Daytime dress afloat and 
ashore is not as dressy on the 
Pacific ships. I mean, you can 
go barefoot, Not likely to see 
that on the Caribbean run. 

For these tropic runs, a 
folding umbrella’s the thing. 


Can now provide yon with the 
LOWEST air fares to Europe. 

With the NEW air reductions just announced 
TRAVELEYDEN can now offer you; 

★ INDEPENDENT EXCURSIONS 

Min. 14 day, Maximum 28 day 
Min. 29 day, Maximum 45 day 

★ AFFINITY 8R0UP FLI6HTS 

during On, Off and Intermediate seasons. 


Summer Cruise 


ALASKA in ’70 

ABOARD 

P&O’s ARCADIA 

4 DEPARTURE DATES 


VIA P&O’s (New Look) “ARCADIA” 

Your choice of voyages includes four 
8-day/Alaskan Cruises through May, 
June and July from $175.00 Cdn.; 
four 6-day California Cruises through 
June and July from $145.00 Cdn.; a 
special 9-day “Golden State Cruise” 
from $195.00 Cdn. 

For reservation* and a preliminary brochure 
call 


★ 21-DAY GROUP INCLUSIVE TOURS 

including minimum *76.00 land package. 

★ INCLUSIVE TOUR CHARTER FLIGHTS 

offering complete tours at the 
lowest possible price 


From 


(Soma farea subject to government approval) 

CHECK WITH TRAVELEYDEN FOR 
FABK QUOTATIONS AND ALL THE DETAILS 


RRITT 

TRAVEL 


TRAVELEYDEN TOURS 

768 Fort 388-4 


“In 1st* January we will 
Spend a couple of weeks is St. 
Thoms*. What should we see or 
do?” 


PtO Agent In Victoria 


Itoa Government Street 


This is the swingy island of 


Disney land during the holiday 


Clearing the air 
at Hartland Road 
helped everyone 
breathe easier 


The traditional practice of burning garbage at 
Hartland Road and other disposal sites was a 
contributing cause of air pollution in the Victoria area 
... a problem our company helped solve by pro¬ 
posing that wood wastes from our Victoria opera¬ 
tions be used as an odor-free cover material at 
the dump instead of burning. 

The experiment was a success and this new pro¬ 
cedure has completely eliminated burning and the 
resultant acrid smoke... brought about a dramatic 
decrease in odor from the dump... and has vir¬ 
tually ended infestation by birds and vermin. 
BCFf* supplies the wood waste without charge and, as 
it takes the place of more expensive cover material, 
taxpayers enjoy a greatly improved disposal sys¬ 
tem at no additional cost. 

Hartland Road today is an excellent example of 
the advantages to be gained by the integrated dis¬ 
posal of wastes. The mill residue, whiofi for many 
years had posed a disposal problem for BCFP due 
to the elimination of our burners, has proven an 
ideal cover material for the dump. Thus, its suc¬ 
cessful use for this purpose was a benefit both to 
our company and to the community at large.' 





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Price 


Albania Removes Hair and Miniskirts 


Land of Eagle, Where Tourist Comes Last 


By RITCHIE McEWEN 

TIRANA (CNS) — Albania, at the best of 
times, is not an easy country to visit. 

In fact it is not easy to find on the map. Al¬ 
bania is a small, rugged piece of country with a 
single city, Tirana, the capital, and three ways of 
approaching it. 

You can fly, of course and—under certain, 
well-defined conditions—make your way up the 
Adriatic. 

But the best way of approach is to join a con¬ 
ducted tour by coach from Yugoslavia. 

Assuming that you have a visa and enough 


MEXICO 

OLE! 

Two-week tours, ineluding 
Peurto Vallarta, Guadala¬ 
jara, Guana Juato, San Miguel 
de EUende and Mexico City. 
Fully escorted with the very 
best hotels, including a week 
on the beach at either the New 
Camino Real or the Posada 
Vallarta. (Only your lunches 
and dinners are not included.) 

$435-00 to $455.00 

Flights Every 2 Weeks 
from Vancouver 

FEATHERSTONE 

AT THE CROSSWALK ON YATES 

386*6101 


BLANEY’S TRAVEL 

PRESENTS 

‘NEW HORIZONS IN TRAVEL 9 


money—for the “Land of the Eagle,” as the Al¬ 
banians call their tiny country, makes up for its 
geographical size by the astronomical size of Its 
charges—you may be in for a shock if you think 
you can sit back and enjoy the tour you have paid 
for in advance. 

At the frontier, passports and luggage come 
In for a searching inspection. Also, your clothes 
and general appearance- 

Women and girls In “minis” get short shrift 
In loud, military tones, which leave little opportun¬ 
ity for argument if you are that way inclined, the 
offending ladies are ordered out of the bus in double 
quick time, complete with their luggage. 

it it it 

Change into “respectable” clothing worthy of 
the Land of the Eagle, or back you go to Yugo¬ 
slavia—on foot. 

Next come the men. 

Like a regimental sergeant major, an official 
musters haircuts. 

' If found too long for the accepted standards 
of the Land of the Eagle, the offender is told that 
there will be a bus stop at the next village—right 
in front of the barber shop. 

Refusal to make use of the barber’s services 
means a very long walk back to the frontier carry¬ 


ing your suitcases and accompanied by an armed 
guard. 

After all these delays, the adventurous tourist 
may feel hungry. For the Yugoslav travel office 
where you book the tour advises strongly against 
carrying "iron rations” in the bus. 

“The Albanians are touchy and may feel of¬ 
fended if they think you don’t trust them to feed 
you properly,” it is explained. 

But'although by now well past lunch time, 
there is no sign of a meal. 

Instead, you suffer through a three-hour tour 
of a nearby copper wire factory, built b^ the Com¬ 
munist Chinese. 


Yugoslavia’s Killer Flu 
Shuts Many Schools 

TETOVA (AP) — Fifty-seven persons have 
died as a result of an influenza epidemic sweeping 
Yugoslavia. Many schools have been closed and 
hospitals around the country have banned visits to 
patients to prevent the epidemic spreading. 


PASSPORT 


PHOTOS 

Photostatie Copies of Documents 

i IV* itL * 116 Yales SI. 

Jus-Rite Photos 334-1952 


Real Moscow 
Displays 
Seedy Side 

Telegram News Service 

The Moscow that your Intourist guide is reluctant 
to show you is something more fascinating than the 
officially approved sights. 


EUROPEAN 

SUNSHINE 

CRUISES 

HAWAII 

TOURS 


CARIBBEAN 

TOUR 


De partln* from Southampton to place* aucb aa 
Amsterdam, Copenhagen. Nap lei, Athena, and 
latantnl Fifteen abort crotaea bi all. ranging 
(mm alx to twenty daya Shore excuratom are 
available at each port of call. Theae crulaen 
are Ideal (or peraom (lying to England on 
Charter* or Group flight*. Taka a cruise on 
fabuloua PAO Line*. Coadact Blaney'a for 
additional Information. Early reaervmtlona ara 
aaaentlai. 


Departure* from Vancouver every Sunday tor 14 
day* In thla tropical paradise Your fare Include* 
relurn air transportation, hotel accommodation, 
tranafera from the Airport to your hotel and 
return, and all taxea. Some hotel* with Iritohen- 
etle facilities. 

Rates from IZM.tO Caaadlaa per penoa. 


Departing (mm Vancouver on March 12th. 1970, 
aboard the Sa ORONSAY, and t! ailing Seattle. 
San Fruclaco, Los Angeles, Aawpuiro, Balboa, 
Crlatoba], Kingston, and Nassau. Thence, travel¬ 
ling by air to Bermuda, New York, Toronto and 
reluming to Vancouver on April Mh, 1870. Your 
far* Include* all transportation by ship and air 
facilities tranalera De luxe hotel accommodation, 
breakfast and dinner, except In New York, and 
sightseeing. 

Rate* (tom ll.ru.aa Ciaadln per person. 

Early reservation* arc essential. 


BLANEY’S 


TRAVEL 

SERVICE 


A metric* m 

Kapreaa 

Traveller*’ 

rfceqae* 


Victor!* Offices 
920 nought* 
382-7254 

Oak Bay Office 1 
1593 WUmot Place 
382-2165 


For instance, the Bird Market 
l n Volahaya Kalltnlkovskaya 
street is something out of the 
Middle Agea which gives you a 
taste of the rural Russia behind 
the facades and placards. 

Here peasants from the 
countryside come on weekends 
with various forms of wildlife; 
lovely goldfish, parakeets, 
savage-looking boxers and Ger¬ 
man shepherds, doves, geese, 
ducks, chickens, pigeons, rab¬ 
bits and hare*. 

The state cannot provide 
adequate pet shops and the 
innate capitalism of the Russian 
peasant fills the gaps. 

FOOD MARKETS 

Moscow i ■ full of food 
markets „where collective 
farmers sell produce from their 
private plots. The -biggest is the 
Central Market on Tsvetnod 
Boulevard next to the Circus. 
Peasants come thousands of 
miles, often from as far away 
as Tashkent, to sell meat, fruit 
and vegetables. 


RENO s 75 


We have another fun-packed 7-day tour to Reno leaving 
Victoria on January 24th, which gives you 3 nights in 
Reno with free nickels for the slot machines and 
coupon books for refreshments and entertainment. 

We also have some very nice sightseeing trips for you 
to Carson City and Virginia City which is the capital 
city of Nevada. 

CONTINENTAL TRAVEL TOURS 

1410 BROAD ST., VICTORIA, B.C. 

354 8232 352-8395 evening* 


lb Hawaii... 

oneway 
cruise 

other on Oriana 
with pints of ale, 
sun-drenched decks. 
English Galas 
...and those British. 


Tta January follow the iun to Havmi and let yourself live the life at *ea 
c» Orion.'a Aloha Ouiae. Cruiae one way, By the other. Here'* bow 
ALL-INCLUSIVE TOURS, today package leave. Vancouver 
January 16. Include* S day*, t nighti cniiae on Oriwta, accommodation* 
xi ■ Honolulu hotel for 5 days and air return. From 5299. (Can.) Abo 
available. IS-dsv package. From $399. (Can.) 

One-way ennae apace ia arill available. From $L)5 (Can.) Tourist, $255 


(Can.) First Qaaa. ietva Vancouver J a n ua ry 16 or raturn (root Honoiplu 
January 22. 

Take your pick. Either way you'l ha hxvinf th* Nat of your life aa dw 
nr, on land and, eipecwly (because k ia a tradition with us), at tea. 

See your travel ojent. Or contact PftO—The Rmnb Cruise Lae. 
F.NJOY CRUISING: THE GREAT BRITISH PASTIME. 


Without the free peasant | 
markets there would be starva¬ 
tion in the U.S.S.R., and the 
Soviet government is currently 
building new. markets. The 
prices are exorbitant, but for a 
tourist a visit can be a 
stimulating insight into ordinary 
Soviet life. 

WHITE WAY 

A cruise on the Moscow river 
— you can *top off at several 
points to get the flavor of the 
various neighborhood# — is a 
rewarding experience. One boat 
stop that is a "must" is Gorky 
Park, a “park of culture and 
rest” which is the Russian term 
for amusement park. It is nicely 
landscaped even though there 
are ferris wheels and rides. 

Your Intourist guide will try 
to seH you the line about ideal¬ 
istic Soviet youth, but see for 
yourself — break away for a 
visit to some of the youth 
hangouts, particularly on Mos¬ 
cow's Great White Way which is 
Kalinin Prospect. 


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8 flrta (Sohwfart. Victoria, fi.C., Sotrecfay, Dec, 20, 19A* 


Industrials Weaken 
As Mines-Oils Rise 


Today’s Dollar 

MONTREAL— CIom 

ns. imut . lot a m u™* 

Foind rterilng . LSI Vi + i/i* 

&n-dhn *Xhr. |7/l| unch. 

roumi »t*iir« . iai/4 + i/a 


Toronto Industrials 


New York 
Markets 


Closing Averages 

NEW YORK (Dow Junta) 

Jf'i 30 In*»trtal» WM, up LOT 
ini SO Rails IKM, up 1.44 

IS UtHtfes 108.77, op 1.34 

lO J 88 Stocks !58.88, op Z.T3 

15,420,000. 


TORONTO (CP) - Gains | 
outnumbered lottses by about 90 
Issues in light trading but the 
induatrial average was tower 

The hfehHghl was Maple Lent 
Mills wftnch closed at 2294, op 
4\ after an exciting boot at 
trading wtiiob gave Neooex 51 
per cent of Mk company's stock 
despite a counter offer by Mnl- 
aons. 

The stock jumped 12 to 30 in 
active trading in the Brat half 
hour before a trading halt. 

Motaop A domed at 2294, up 
94, Neooex 994, down 94, and 
Corporate Foods, controlled by 
Maple Leaf Mild, at 1094. up! 


Hudson Bay Mining added Vs crafts, chemicals, airlines, awl 
at 8094 as did Molsons "A” at tobaccos were mixed. 

2294 and Dofraoo at 23. The 1J6M Issued traded was 

o ii ci n the largest number ever on the 

Kally blows Down Big Board. 

NEW YORK (AP> — The Institutional trading eased, 
market, setting' a record tor the with ® blocks of 10,000 shares 
most issues ever traded in one tr n>orv changing hands. * 
session, drove to its second D^Soto Inc., topped the most 
straight winning perfomMnce. active Hat aft 2894, off 114. 

The rally Bleared in (alee w ■ » n • 

trading, as tax-toss selling London block rriCM 
teamed with scene prafiLt^dng *“ <! a wllcox 

to dampen buying, analyst* can, sm- BnT ak tw» is, mi Mein 
said. BoMba. n %* Br* cwrn * mu ; 

. ._ . . M pwroirew 10 M i%* wuh cm 

Motors, ruDDer issues, farm re *i. cu iv un charter cm ia 

impfenwnto, *«*, BUI S; SSSfASP£CSf5lf 

Tiea, metals, rails, oik, buikhng =>« >m h soi I'M; it** s« caduid 
and *«p nreil, & $2 §£ 

mewed up, while steeis, air- * ss; tea (ten u* i%n; imp Tob 


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AiMShany UV 

SUM Chon 


Lockheed 

Lnicj item u% 

Ulten 

Magnavo* _ 

*««* 111 % 

Min M X. 

Stmaote _ 

Mom Ward 46% Share*. 

Iteonli 131% 

IM Air 3M 
NCR b TORONTO 

n. Anicr car is% 158 Industrials 1 

E-tt Pte 37% u GoM . , 

OcrfKi. » . 29 Base Metals l 
Pec aC> El 5" I® Western (Mi 1 
Share*: I.SM.Mt 

pep* cote b% 

SPrer 55 MONTREAI 

Polaroid 12 

fteetb 3 

Proc Gambia 108 
Rate. Corp KS 
Haste Amrr IS 
Revlre am. 

Rente Steal a% 

Ronan !•% 

Royal Dutch SSV 

Run Toga 13% 


MHPC p uo 
Melchera «in 
JKct 9tw* p i*i 
Mat ate 9? p 100 
Mm tea* «o 
MLW Wor UO 
Itolatm A ms 
Moteon a re 
Monta .1* 
Jteitex w ixi 
Jtnt Tret IU0 
Moore Mi 

Moras A tSO 
Mom |a ts 
Murphy loo 
Itabr* Die m 
-•■On 1 «*» 

Nat Drug udo 
N at ten Ml 
Nat Han p Me 


Cote can 
terdee 
Hard Carp 
Hard Crp A 
Harleqten 
Harrla J a 
Harvaya F 
Hawker S 
Hawker nr 
Haji Drw 
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Hone B 


IS8J7, off .It' 
189.18, off .36 
122.86, up 41 
176.55, off 46 


Bombardier gained % to 2094.1 
Bombardier has agreed to pur¬ 
chase an Austrian engine manu¬ 
facturer tor 900,000 class A 
shares plus $12,(100,000 cash. 

Casino Rises 

VANCOUVER — Moderate 
gain over a fairly wide front 
were recorded in industrial" 
Among those fractionally higher 
were Balco, Bloch, Doman, 
Driver, House of Stein, Hamil¬ 
ton Harvey, Ionarc and Kaiser. 

Casino Ttse .35 to 5.» In 
mines, and among the lower 
priced active Issues, Sfleurtan 
was up .06 at .54, Moly Mine up 
.0694 at .30. and Copper Ridge 
up -25 at 1.40. Dundee lost .09 at 


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% 13* 3% Crown Cork 

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Romtete 
Bow Vaty 

How VTfcy w 

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Grain 

Markets 

WINNIPEG 


Mheteey MS, 

■roll Paper ■% 

KM Cbrp M 

Bren Roe 88% 

SMI OU ITa 

stewr bn 

fjt Stock Solea High Ire 

SUn^NJ^ «I , AN O 44B6 313 3BS 

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UW6 rrree «% C(n Trirnt 125 no* mi 

Urea WB M Cent Del 1380 su hi 

UR Rater It Cl»rt«r 01 >*». k* n 

06 Ply AX rtteftkn D 3113 III ill 

US Steel M* Cleric Can mu ;•» Ml) 

verier 39 % C Salt Cr «0 .HO 330 

WM Par »\ U»n»m 38000 180 170 

wren—rerek ms **"«m oil zwo 333 ann 

toWtre-l mt « N4!-i St 670 

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Toronto Oils 


Worker Killed 
As Beam FaDs 

PENrncron (OP) — A 64- 
m* Ms* iw* iw% year^Ad P e n ti cto n man was 
ns* ni* i« us kiBed “*• «»fher tolled here 
tt* —I,, ***« » laminated beam Cell an 

u% * n * them wft3e ffiey were attempt- 
w* M% w* ing to load tt onto a brook. Dead 
jm% 161 % im% ita% is Peter Fatolman, an employee 
S 14 rare 32* ** Stnicturlam Lad. «f Pentktori 
Paul iMporte, 48, ■ driver tor 
Chapman'a tr a nsport, was in 
satisfactory cautitian to hcapits l. 


Rims 20 G 

Bt Aee IWc WO 

HC r<M % 

bc mm* 9 *» 
nor* aid joo 
B rines mmr, 

Buds Area a* 
Bunan Bid m* 
Ruiaa TCa 474 
<%d □« 136 

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Royaf Canadian Ventures up 
.35 at 1.95, Dynalta up .30 at 
3-70 and Allied Roxana up .22 at 
40 were itrong in oils. 

inco Loses Ground 

MONTREAL (UPI) — Prices 
eased in fairly active trading. 

On the downside were Velcro _ 

I at 3394 and International Nickel JJ*"* 
at 4494, both down 194. B.C. 
Telephone eased a point to 68 
and 94 point losses were marked May 
up in Shell (Canada) at 2794, _ _ 
Transcanada Pipelines 31 and " " 1 
Nor and* Mines at 36. ■ b 

Stelco eased 94 to 2194 and B B 

tosses of 94 were marked up In 
Northern Central Gas at 1394, " r— 
Westcoast Trnasmission at 2394, ■ San 
Dupont 2494, Home CM “A” 28 g Bai 
and Massey-Ferguson aft 1594. _ 

On the upside Falcon bridge 
added 194 at 17094, CPR up 194 ■ 12 
to close at 6894 and Pacific ■ 
Petroleum at 25, Oshawa “A” ■ * 

at 2594 were a potart higher. _ ^ 
International 


CHICAGO 

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Steal 

Mareb 

Max 

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MR. BUSIMESSMAN, 
RELEASE CAPITAL 


Dividends 

M» 55T? renri'cliO] *1 


D0D6E TRUCK 


Patrol 
Pinnacle P 

Plare G 

Batear 


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CORONET 
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London MeUd Markets 

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Ciairtm 


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Spc4 ia» 

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Sale* 375 ton* 


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Isas ism Prim <*ry Distribution 

1801 1M3 Tha share* at tka fotlowtac — 

may be ramylderrt a* being tn primary 
rf'Mri retire Ihrreia ire rarewre otni 
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IT PAYS TO 
ADVERTISE 


Utilities 2694, 
Canada Cement 3294, Simpsons ® 
2094 were all up 94 point and a J 
gain of 94 to Westons at 2294. T 


C HRISTMAS GIFT 
FOR THE FAMILY ? ? 


Vancouver Trading 


Tndm A 

Trader A p 


What About aa Acre or go? 

Cut Vour Own Christmas Trea — Shaw Bias n ItekH 

WETCHQSIN, EAST SOOKE 

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TRANSIT MANAGER 


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Nanaimo Regional District needs an experienced 
manager to run its transit system. He will plan 
new routes, supervise bus operation, recruit staff, 
handle public relations and submit budget estimates. 
He will earn around {9,000 a year. 

The job demands management knowledge, planning 
ability and transportation experience. 

bend rnamea tn confidence te: 

Canada Manpower Oeatre, 

75 Front Street, Nanaimo. B.C. 
no later than December Zt. 


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VIEW THIS LOVELY HOME 


SATURDAY AND SUNDAY 
2341 FORBES ST. 

Sen. Cabinets, carpets and oak floor. Field stone fireplace. 
3 bedrooms — 2 up 1 down. 

Asking $24,500 

9V4 per cent 1st mortgage. 5161 P.I.T. 

For a pock preview, phone N. PASS 

380-9097 Anytime 


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Annaw M 19 

Ardo 39 29 

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Am Ur 20 25 

Alvtja 30 35 

Bell Mly 35 40 

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Bomre 124 125 

Bonnet so 56 

Bound 48 56 

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Hrycon IBS 173 

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C Bar ran 80 64 

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CHei 16 18 

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Dalex 15 si 

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Darai 20 25 

Del Kirk • TP 

D Babin B> 10 

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MUTUAL FDNDH 

BID ASKED 


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Mut Growth 582 647 

Mul 1 neon'll ®0 801 

Natrium 1358 1418 

Nat Ren 786 «9 

Par Comp 718 718 

Pac Dlv 8>T 6J7 

Par US «" 4|M 

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Roy fund 565 STl 

Untd Aeetim 500 Ste 

Untd Am 2><l 300 

Untd Ven 481 529 

Un Sav Eq 780 

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York Growth CT. 05 

INWISTHIdLS 
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BC M'ify wt. 225 275 

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CPI eom 14% 15% 

Crv*t K« 255 275 

Exlendlrer* gar 700 

Data Lire 525 800 

Fact 525 375 

Guard Gt W T1S 

IOS n 12% 

Ivaco 4% S% 

Joll Jum com 5 

KSF Chem 425 475 

Magnasonle 8 8* 

Medcom 250 350 

Micro Graph 180 inn 

Multi Aeeei* 850 Win 


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Sa« 7% 86 94% 99% 

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Bel! 8 77-90 93 94 

Con* Bath 8 93 82 » 

Eat Ac 8% T4-8S 98% *»% 
GMAC 8 * 74 95 97 

Imperial 8% 81 97% 0% 
Pacific f% 94 87 0 

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8-S 4% 88 88 9p 

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Hayor# 40 45 

Reeu 29 30 

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Red Rk 27 So 

Rlchw 140 145 

Rlmrk X 24 

Rn*r Pm 80 «4 

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Sam*n 10 13 

San Jac 33 38 

Shnrta 112 115 

Sheha 30 

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SU Spr — 105 

Spa 22 24 

Spitoalr 33 

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Spenho 18 21 

Hunrl •* 24 25 

8wm Lie U 18 

Taneloy » 28 

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THE ULTIMATE IN 61 REFREE LIVING 
IN NEW LUXURY 

CO-OP SUITES 


Decline* 


Unchanged 


How They Finished 

GROUP AVERAGES AT TORONTO 


(1) Two Oaly—very Urge ttoitaa mt S bedrooms And den 
with two complete bathrooms, larger than the 
average home. 

(2) One Only —2 bedrooms with baths, 

(S) One Oaly—One-bedroota Hite. 

All suites have luxury carpets throughout. Attractive 
kitchens with colured appliances. Controlled entrance. 
Drapes throughout. Lota of storage cabinets. 

If your home is becoming too large and too tiresome to 
maintain, give us a call and let us discuss the benefits 
of carefree living, the tax advantages and the low coat. 


Chemical* 

Communication* - 

ComlructJon A Material 

Food Proceaaing - - 

General Manufacturing 

Indretrial Minre- 

Mrrrihaadizlng__ 

0(1 Refining _ 

Pa par Forvat Product* 
Ptpeltae* 


CIS com 955 
GIS Income 385 
Growth Eq 723 

Harvard 7)2 

IOC Venture 482 
Inv Growth 1120 
Inv int tai 

Inv Mut SM 
Int Growth «r; 
Mut Accum 54" 
Milt Bond 828 


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ALEX GOWER AND JACK MEARS 

Meurs , Whyte & Gower Ltd. 

2188 Oak Bay Ave. “Iq the Village” 385-7' 


Golds 

LONDON fAP>—Friday * cloauut gold 
price* In 111 dnlten an ramre London 


Slock quotations apart from Canadian Press Toronto 
trade arm supplied by Richardson Securities, Pltfield Mackay 
Ross ii On. Ltd., Royal Securities Corp., A. E. Ames A Oh, 
Pemberton Securities and McLeod, Young, Weir A Oo. 


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BillU (Enlunift, Victoria, 8.C., Soturday, Dec. 20, 1969 


Business To 


Cupid’s Vibrations 
In San Francisco 


SAN FRANCISCO (CPI) —The Su Fran¬ 
cisco financial district, which hi reseat weeks has 
seen dptnonstratioss against bras sad the Vietnam 
war and in favor of adultery, now has recorded its 
first “kiss-in.” 

Ten couples in their 20s embraced simultaneously 
in long, lingering kisses at 10 different street 
corners. 

The sponsoring art grasp said it hoped the 
kiss-in would create “a ripple «f public osculation 
wad geaeralfy good vibrations.” 


court tn New York, the SEC *c-|get have approved its safe far 

Both transactions 


WASHINGTON <AP) — The 
new owners ot the glittering 
Dunes Hotel and Casino in Lai 
Vegas defrauded stockholders in 
the proxy statement it issued of¬ 
fering to buy the posh gambling 
spot, U« U.S. Securities and Ex¬ 
change Commission has 
charged. 

In a five-count complaint filed 
Thursday in federal district 


euied Continental Co n nector $20,006,000 
Corp, which bought the hotel are in stock, 
hurt May, and M and R I n s eat However, 

ment Co., the Dunes' former stockholder, 
owner, of employing “devices, had tried unsuccessfully to have 
schemes and artifices to de- the merger delayed until an 
fraud" and making “materially SBC inv es tigation was compist- 
fatoe and mi*leading" financial ed. 
statements to Investors and the ★ ★ ★ 

public. In the Dunes purchase, tha 

* ★ ★ SEC said, the p r oxy s t a t e ment 

The American Stock Ex- Cortinenbd filed sms mtelead- 
change halted trading tn Conti- in « because its financial intor- 
neotal stock hours before the Mtion w *« 00 • “totally 

suit was filed. It ckwed at $27.38 inadequate audit." of the casino 
a share, a drop of 13 cents. hotel wtech "" certified as 

The SEC ufced tbe court for “I™"' *” , “* to « 

I ... 4 _1.1 J .11_- if ru«. 


By H ARSY YOUNG Neonex and its associates 
„ . „then got to work on the open 

Busmens Editor market. They deluged the 

When two conglomerates Tofuito Stock Exchange — and 
despite a temporary asapmskso 
375,455 shares 
changed hands (faring ton ses- 


that deferred income had risen 
82 per cent from year-end last 
April. The new figure was 

mum. 

Ney said, “In line with tie 
company's conservative 
accounting policies, more than 
$5 is being deferred for (every $1 
of net profit declared. 

He added the company now 
owned or controlled a land 
development bank of 4,000 acres 
and during the next year It was 
die intention to develop and 
merchandise some of It. rather 
than adding to the land hold- 

toa* 

This, be said, would have 
positive effect on the company’s 
future earnings. 


start battling to win con-,^ ixm ^ JJg 
trol over the same com- - - - 

pany, the fun and games at prices ranging from $30 
really start to the close of $ 22 % 

The rather sedate Maple Leaf (ioT *° WORK 
MiBa Ltd., which owns a major ** »« then that tbe president, 
part of Corporate Foods J»naes Pattison, former Van 
(Canada Bread), has suddenly oouver car dealer, announced 
discovered that it is a prized Proudly that the Neonex team 
possession- had wen. They had assured 

Fighting tar it are the Van- themselves of at least 51 per 

couver-based Neonex Interna- cc °t of Maple Leaf stock, 
tional and the Montreal brewing having Molson and chairman 
conglomerate. Molson Iixius- Lritch with an out-votable 49 
tries. per cent. 

Tbe opening move came „ Neonex hi in the transporta- 
Thursday when Neonex said it ^ “ rvioM 

had signed an agreement to buy •M n * |v « rtWa « bt * in “ 8 
about 38 per cent of Maple Leaf SECOND OR THIRD 
Milling in exchange for Neonex Molson, be sides being 


Imperial 

Blocks 

Seepage 


It also asked the court to 
order Continents! and M. »nd R. 
to change the proxy statements 
used in the Dunes merger to 
bring them into line with com¬ 
mission rules. 

Continental Connector got Ne¬ 
vada state approval last Febru¬ 
ary to buy toe Dunes for $59,- 
j 000 ,000. and stockholders of both 
Continental and the Golden Nug-| 


I EDMONTON (CP) — Officials 
of Imperial Oil Ltd. anncowiced 
Friday that two underground 
I gasoline storage tanks are being 
replaced in an effort to stop 
gasoline seepage below a new 
downtown building. 

Since August, when the seep¬ 
age was first noticed, an 
I estimated ljDOO gallons of gaso¬ 
line and even more water have 
1 been pumped from 


Egg Output 
Cut Down 


VANCOUVER (CP) — Egg 
producers an the British Colum¬ 
bia Lower Mainland Friday 
were asked to cut down on the 
number of eggs submitted to 
the B.C. egg producers pooling 
agency over the next few 
weeks. 

Ed Morgan, secretary of the 
egg marketing board, asked egg 
producers to reduce the number 
to 65 per cent ot their normal 
quota because of a slack period 
in egg sales expected during 
the holiday period. 


sump; 

below the Baker Centre. 

Imperial officials said a new 
tank installed at a service 
station four blocks from Baker 
Centre had a weakness In a 
welded joint and is being 
replaced. A second tank which 
has shown no leakage is also to 
be replaced. 


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Bells were ringing for chil¬ 
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school, Hamilton, Out., at St 
Paul’s Presbyterian Cbnrch 
in first of series of concerts 
by schools sad choirs through- 
nut city. Girl to Marlene Cope, 
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SYDNEY, N.S. (CP) — An in- But he said in an interview 
dustrial inquiry commission into Friday he would attend the Hal- 
labor unrest in Cape Breton if ax hearings, 
which halted construction activi- Dobbin said Labor Minis- 
ty for eight days earlier this ter Dr. T. J. McKeough had 
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again, opened Friday. But sever- With regard to resuming 


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Haiti} (Holonlal. Vfoforia, B C„ Soturday, Dec. 20, 1969 


By JIM TANG 

The thoroughbreds are 
coming back to Sandown 
Park next year, and this 
time they are again re¬ 
turning for a fall meet¬ 
ing. 

Harry F i 11 o n , publicity 
director of the B.C. Jockey 
Club, Friday confirmed 
report* that the B.C. 
thoroughbred meeting will 
again end at Sandown Park in 
1970 after two year* of 
attempting to establish a 
spring meeting at the Sidney 
track. 

LATER THAN USUAL 

It wiU be the latest meeting 
in the history of Sandown, 
which dates back to 1956. It is 
scheduled to start on Satur¬ 
day, Oct. 17, and end 15 
racing days later on Wednes¬ 
day, Nov. 11. 

The Sandown meeting will 
be preceded by 104 day* of 
racing at Vancouver's exhi¬ 
bition Park, starting on April 
10 and ending on Oct. 14. 

Return of fail racing will be 
greeted heartedly by Victoria 
racing fans, who were 
decidedly unhappy with the 
decision to try spring meet¬ 
ings at Sandown and end the 
B.C. thoroughbred at Exhibi¬ 
tion Park. 

PROOF FURNISHED 

It showed in the lack of 
support. The fall meeting at 
Sandown built up steadily and 
the mutuel play reached a 
daily average of more than 
1116,000 in 1967 despite an 
unusual amount of wet 
weather. 

The first spring meeting, in 
1968, was not successful and 
last spring the second try was 
a complete failure. 

Only 10 of 11 scheduled 
racing days were held In 1968 
and the mutuel handle of 
$880,982 brought a reduction in 
the daily average of about 25 
per cent. 

8HORT AND SOUR 

Last spring was a disaster. 

The daily mutuel average 
dropped to $85,532 with Vic¬ 
toria fans not at all enamored 
of the many short races 
necessary at the start of the 
season and the meeting was 
cancelled after only five days 
of the scheduled 10. 

Reason for the early ending 
was that most horsemen did 
not favor spring racing at 
Sandown and this combined 
with a cold winter which set 
training schedules back at 
least a month to make it 
impossible to get enough 
entries to fill. 

Chances seem good for a 
successful return to fall 
racing. Although the late start 
increases the chances of 
inclement weather it should 
also result in more and better 
stock being available. 

Prairie horsemen for the 
past two years have been 
shipping to Vancouver to get 
in op the latter part of the 
Exhibition Park meeting, and 
FUlon feels that many of |k*wwn* 
them will send their stock to 
Sandown Pork. 

No change in the usual 
format is anticipated. Racing 
days are again planned for 
Mondays, Wednesdays, Fri¬ 
days and Saturdays, the first- 
day feature will again be the 
Colonist Handicap and the 
running of the Vancouver 
Island Derby will be resumed. 


FANFARE 


By Walt Ditzen 


Prison Total 80 Years 
For 69 Soccer Rioters 


General Ewbank Briefs New York Air Corps 

Looking a bit like Santa Claus without his whiskers, flanker Bake Turner, quarterback Babe Parilli, 
coach Weeb Ewbank of New York Jets poses with tight-end Wayne Stewart, wide-end George Sauer 
his aerial wing on the eve of today’s American Foot- and quarterback Joe Namath. The game will be 
ball League semi-final against Kansas City Chiefs. televised over Channel 5 starting at 10:30 a.m. Vic- 
Giving proper attention are, from left to right: toria time.-—(AP) 


CASERTA, Italy (Reuters) — Sixty-nine 
soccer funs were jailed here Friday for their 
part In a wild two-day rampage that rocked 
this central Italian town In September after 
the home team was demoted from the 
second to the third division. 

A 22-year-old man received the heaviest 
sentence—three yean and four months— 
while the only woman on trial was impris¬ 
oned for four months. 


The 6fl fans, jailed for a total of M years, 
were all found guilty of seditious assembly, 
blocking public reads, damaging public pro¬ 
perty, resistance to police and threatening 
and Insulting public officials. 

Police fought running battles for two days 
and nights with fans who took to the streets 
and set fire to the railway station after their 
team was demoted following a bribery case. 


By JACK GRIFFIN 

NEW YORK (UPI) — Once 
upon a time there was such a 
thing as a baseball season ... 
and a football season ... and a 
hockey season .... and a 
basket ha W season They fol¬ 
lowed eadi other in single file, 
and all together they comprised 
a sports year. 

No more. 

In today’s mad overlapping of 
seasons’ proliferation of leagues 
and teams, and trend to noc-, 
turnal activity (remember the; 
1940’s cliche “under the 
mazdas”?) lie many of the 
problems now besetting sports 


editors, who must find space for playoffs, an innovation this year 
ail these things. which could have added 10 poet- 

In the days immediately season games to the possible 
following World Wai 1 H there 8even 111 the World Series, 
were only 16 major league (Baseball doesn't like the word 
baseball teams. None of them “playoffs,’’ and league em- 
west of St. Louis, each playfed a Payees were warned to call 
154-game schedule and all them “championship series” or 

pay small fines. The first man 
fined: American League presi¬ 
dent Joe Cronin.) 

The result is that in 1969 the 
World Series could have lasted 
until October 19, or later if 
e had been rainouts. ft 

[there had been rainouts. 
i Pro football, newest darling of 
the fans and the television tube, I 
had two major leagues growing 
where there used to be one, 
reaching a total of 26 teams 
instead of 10 for its pending 
return to one league. And the 
National Football League plans 
to reach 32 teams inside of 
three or four seasons. , 

ON AND UPWARD 

Pro basketball, rapidly gain¬ 
ing in popularity, also boasts 
two jor leagues; and the 
National Hockey League in four 
years doubled its teams, from 
Bui* iB> <g»m« Diupnn- six to 12, and will go to 14 next' 

:orem*n <B>, Tertfuri 'VI „„ _ . . . I 

(bench minor) M:»; Me- season to increase, in four 
:40 years, its number of league | 

Foreman ( McAvny, Ander- 8 amPS from 210 to 546. 

Professional g o 1 f's regular 
JUdSrt" icmut*?’ nitin- tour could be following the 

jrem.n <B, 17:30. ““‘f, addlti °" to the 

weekly PGA tournaments, in 
, B) l which $100,000 in prize money 

LBS I. STOCKERS * nOW ‘ 8 tOT 

on competition, "satellite” tour- 

dSAT’A) naments for lesser purses ore 
springing up and could become 
^Paritin. iregular items each week in 


Hawks Take Seals . 44) 


division r A stands at 2:1 2 for the 23 games (running feud between Oakland's 

n * i in* n ii he has played. Carol Vadnais. who leads the 

ii ! ! m "5 Result moved Hawks within league in penalties, and rookie 
u i« s n n s* two points of fourth place in the Keith Magnusson. 

!i I! i 5 ** u East Division and ended Seals' They got double minors early 

division best streak of the season — s in the second period, Magnusson 

w l, t r * pi. three-game unbeaten run which drew major penalties later in 

'1 ii * m i7 u produced two victories. the period and then got auto- 

I 11 1" m U « Bobby Hull opened the scoring matte misconducts In the third 

a ii « u ioo a in the 15th minute of the second period for drawing second 

a u i r m M period by scoring a power-play major penalties. 

onitM — Detroit at 8°al op a pass from Cliff Korol 1. foist period 

taw* asr — <«™ 


HOCKEY 

6:30 p.m. — Vancouver lala 
Midget League. Port Albrrni 
Victoria, Memorial Arena. 

6:38 — Vancouver Isis 

I Midget League, Nanaimo 


them on the Pacific coast, 
approximately 70 per cent of all 
games at night. Total: 1944 
games, fin increase of 58 per 
cent. 

And that's before the division 


M. iMll 

Mlnneiou 

Plttabarm 

Philadelphia 

Oakland 


Butlers Win 
League Lead 


18:21 ... 

SECOND PERIOD 

3. Chicago. R. Hull (S) (KoroU) 14:14. 
I- Chicago, Korol! (7) (Mohna, MiklU) 


Itarting at 5 p.m U p«aUle»—Magnuaoo <C> and Vtdnati 

—— — - i ■ ii i - .i.ii-i . . (O) (double minora) 1:4S; D. Hull (Cl 

Koroll, a solid contender for $£ 

Okie honors this season, made <Q’ tt «■ wi*ie tC) bench 17:*. 

2-0 only 47 seconds later. T " chicw! M uhrtaco <*' fMikiu) sin. 
ene Ubriaoo, obtained recently c cwrago Papptn <r> (D. Hum it. to, 

_ , .. „ , , PanalUei—Panpin <C) 1:M: Magnu.m 

i ft trade with the Seals, and <c> And vidniu (O) (miacaoducti, mi* 
m Pappin complied the scor- Mohn * <C1 M:K - 

ig In the third period. t. Eijoaito rc> . « * s-a 

Action was featured by a I ft a5SBl- g?. — - M • * " 


2:16 p.m. — Victoria District 
League, inroad division, Saints 
vs TUlicum, Beacon Hill Fark 
(upper Held). 

2:16 — Victoria District 
League, second division, Univer¬ 
sity of Vietorii 


Sailer* a 1 

Vising! • ■ 

Rifle. 7 1 

Stacker* I I 

Next game: FMday 
Stockers at B p.m. 

Butler Bros, moved past Uni¬ 
versity of Victoria Vikings into 
first place in the Vancouver 
Inland Hockey League Friday 
with a 6-1 triumph over Vikings 
at Esquimau Sports Centre. 

Rifles beat 


Saanich, 

Beacon Hill Park (lower field). 

2:16 — Victoria District 
League, second division. Hot¬ 
spurs vs Labatts. Beacon Hill 
Park (lower field). 


goals-against average. 


Vlklngo va. 


The OriqiMj Knighf 

S0LUNAR TABLES 

NTwhen To Rsh^ 
MLk Or Hunt . 


Queen's 

Stockers North Americans, 5*2, 
in the league’s other game. 

Jack Radford, leading goal- 
■corer this season with nine, and 
playing-coach Terry Foreman 
led Butlers’ attack with two 
goal* each. Orv Coulter and 
VTayne Anderson got the other 
goals for the winners. 

Len Desjardins led Riflemen 
to victory, scoring three goals in 
a rough game which produced 17 
minors, a major and two mis¬ 
conduct penalties. Desjardins 1 
scored two of his goals 45 
seconds apart in the last 90 
seconds of the first period to give 
Rifles a 2-1 lead. His last goal 
came with 45 seconds remaining 
in toe game. 

HFTUSKS t, VIKI-Mis I 
FIRST PERIOD 

1 . Butler*, Foreman (Bion. McAwavi 
6 :01. 

2. Viking*. Hackman 7:15. 

I. Butler*, Coulter (Davtdsoii. Rad 
»>r'. fl.-SS. 

-klLle*- Hale* (Vi 6;3D; Buie <B) 

U:0a 


Bill Gaston and Rob Aquiline 
scored the other Vancouver 
goals. Doug Manchak scored 
twice and Bruce Wik and 
Chuck Cangnan once each for 
the losers with Neil Murphy 
drawing an assist each time. 

In Friday's other game, 
Vemon bested the Broncos, 3-1, 
in Penticton to boost its grip on 
fourth place to five points. 


n g f in *11 Christmas holidays and has to i 
i* it a in in m leave before game time, 
u 5 * in t* n It s a crucial weekend. Van-| 
ii u • ■ mo couver Centennials moved to! 
“ u i '«! In j within one point of the lead 
Friday night by handing toe 
an 8-4 lacing in 


According to th« SoJuntr Table* cal 
eulated for IhU area, the be* time* for 
hunting and flaking today and tomorrow 
will be a* follow* (Time* ihown an 
Pacific Standard lime*): 

TODAY 

A.M. 

Minor Major 
2:05 s:» 


*•: Tonight - K*k«* 
Vancouver at Vernon. 


Buckaroos 
. Kelowna. 

Victoria Cougars have made| j^y To(J ___ 

some lineup changes but they j^ck each scored three goals 


P.M. 

Minor Major 
2:20 6:36 


will be at full strength tonight f or (j, e Vancouver club, which 
for their final Memorial tangle pj a ya in Vemon tonight and 
with Kelowna Buckaroos. could take the lead if Cougars 

Big change for the B.C. Junior 

Hockey League champions will -—— - 

have Ted Plowe, who has been ■*» y • . 

giving it a whirl at centre, mov- l\ pV47 r (kCltlfltl 
ing back to his regular position 1 lC/YY a. UolUvII ( 
as a right-winger. rt 1 

Plowe wHi play on a line with L nr I Inr All AV 
Rob Little at centre and John I UI JL/Ul UHUy 

Kwasney on the left side. ' _ J .. 

THE OTHER TWO WINNIPEG (CP) — Eddie 

Chris Riddell will move in to | Ctonofioy of Victoria was re- 
pivot for Scott Munro and Bnice P f ced a8 * e 

Oowick and Murray Kennett Winnipeg Jets of the junior 
will play between Shayne Web- Western Canada Hockey League. 

ster and Lon Miles on the other f The former Weste ^ 

League star was made director 

Coach Doug Anderson has 8COUtin *- a ***'’ and h J« 

nluiin uw iHkaoh I nbon nuan Ku 


TOMORROW 

2:50 6:36 3:05 *:t« 

Major *oluD*r nertod!. luting IU la 
1 hoar*. Urk type. 

Minor period*, ihorter In duration, light 
type 


Vaaraaver S II 

Tartu n4 a 14 

U. Diets H II 
Seattle n 14 

Pkaral* n It 

Denver 79 II 

Salt lake (Mr M 4 

PorlUnd. Ban Diego 
Ketl game*: TnrJg 
Lake Oily >1 Saaltle. 

Vancouver Canucks opened up 
a five-point lead in the Western 
Hockey League Friday night by 
slipping past the second-place 
Portland Buckaroos, 4-3, before 
11,253 Vancouver fans. 

(Park in Chicago also experi- Andy Hebenton brought Bucka- 
Jim Nemec, scoring 12 of his mented with night racing this roos from behind twice in the 
16 points in the first half, and year, and its operators say the second period, matching s first*. 
A1 Martyn, who had 12 points, Experiment was a success, period goal by former-teammate 
topped Totems. Jim McKay Cithers may follow. Gerry Goyer and a second- 

scored 13 points to pace the 1 Never mind "who's on first?” period scoring shot by Leo 
Rams. I What are they playing? Lunde. 


Victoria 


Deaclu 


»t Phoenix Sail 
1 — Vancouver a* 


tions. Geoff Ward will be in 
goal. 

TO STAY AROUND 

Alex Shibicky Jr., who was 
signed by the chib earlier this 
week, won’t see action in either 
weekend game although he has 
shown promise in the three 
workouts he has attended. 

The Cbugars play in Vernon 
Sunday night, and they will face 
the Essos without the dangerous I 
Cowick, who has been given per-i 
mission to go to Ottawa for 


OTTAWA (CP) — Ottawa 
Rough Riders of the Canadian 
Football League Friday accepted 
the resignation of assistant- 
coach Bob Ward effective Dec.' 


RUSSIA 


CANADA 

SUNDAY 
DEC. 21st 

3:00 P.M. 

ALL SEATS RESERVED 
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Jimmy Kill* of the U.8., rec¬ 
ognized as world heavyweight 
boxing chajnpion by the 
World Boxing Association, 
won’t be defending against 
Argentine-challenger Greg 
orio Peralta today. The bout 
wum called off Friday night 
when promoter Hector Memle* 
couldn't gel any Mip|wrl In 
Buenos Aires. Only about 
33,000 worth of tickets had 
beep soli when Angelo Dun¬ 
dee. Eilis’ manager, decided 
to inneel out. The i.Vround 
bout was to have been held in 
Ihe 75,000 scat Boca Juniors 
Soccer Stadium. 


B.C. JR. " k " HOCKEY 

KELOWNA BUCKAROOS 

VKRBI.M 

VICTORIA COUGARS 

TONIGHT. 8:30 P.M. 


BOSTON (AP) — Vrteran | since 1952, established five new 
relief pitcher Hoyt Wilhelm major league marks and three 
made his annual assault on the more AL records in 1969, all 
baseball record books, while extensions of his own marks, 
outfielder Reggie Jackson won while plying his trade in 44 
individual slugging honors in the games for California' Angels 
American League for 1969. before' moving to Atlanta 
Wilhelm, 46, who has' pitched iBraves of the National l-engue 
for sQven major league teams] in a late season deal. 


He now has pitched in morel 
games, 961, than any hurler In 
history and holds the records as 
reliever for most games — 929, 
most games finished — 589,1 
most victories — 116 and most 
innings pitched — 1,730 2-3. 

Hi* American League records 
are most games finished — 406, 


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Complete Sellout 
For Russian Game 


That there will be fewer than 600U tana watching: the 
International hockey game between Canada and Rtrnia on 
Sunday la only becanee the rapacity of Memorial Arena won't 
permit more. 

Arena-manager Jack Morgan announced Friday titat the 
game, fourth of five between the two national team* In the 
eight-game tour the Russians are making In Canada, ia a 
complete sellout, Not even a tan ding room la available. 

Interest In the game has been Increased by the recent 
Mhowing of the Canadian team. It played to a 1-J tie with 
Russia in this month's Invitational tournament in Moscow, 
then deleated the Rnealana, 4-8, in Winnipeg Thnraday night 
after losing a Wednesday night game, 8 5. 

Canoe time Sunday la S p-m. 


Canada to use nine professionals ineligible for Olympic competi- he confirmed that the rule with 
to bolster it* national teem for tion. respect to participating with or 

the 1070 world tournament In the, face of this threat, against professionals was exact- 

scheduled for Montreal and John F. "Bunny” Aheame, 1IHF ly as it appear* on page 44 of 

Winnipeg next Marcl). president, has called a special The Olympic Gaines. 

Since then, IOC president Av- January meeting to study the perhaps HE KNOWS 
erage Brundage of Chloagu has possibility of reversing the rule, 
said anyone competing with or Charles Hay, president of t 

against professionals in the Hockey Canada, die body a;>- ( 

world tournament will be ruled P° in,ed to ™ n Canada's national 

team, said here earlier this ^ 
week any reversal of form by . 
the HHF at Its January meeting ( 
could mean the immediate with ( 
drawal of Canada’s entry. ' 

On the other hand, if the IIHF . 
upholds its July decision to j 
allow Canada the professionals, 

Aheame says moat of the Euro¬ 
pean countries will refuse to 
come here for the world cham¬ 
pionship for fear of losing their 
Olympic eligibility. 

In his letter to Dawson, 

Shaughnessy cited the official 
interpretation of the Olympic el¬ 
igibility code and said: 

EXPLICIT ENOUGH 
“You will note that on page 44 
It is stated that an athlete is 
subject to disqualification onlyl 
it he becomes a professional.! 
has decided to become a profes-1 
sional or w*» plays in a profes- 
sional game with a view to be¬ 
coming a professional. ” 

He said a commission has 
been appointed to review the' 
rules for participation at the I 
Olympics as a result of a re-1 
commendation of the CO A. The 
commission will submit it* re- 
, commendations at the Amster¬ 
dam meeting of the IOC next 
May. 

Shaughnessy Bald he went the 
same route with Brundage, 
when as Canada’s chef de mis¬ 
sion for the 1964 Winter Games 
at Innsbruck, he telephoned the 
IOC president “to discuss some 
questions about the eligibility of 
certain Canadian hockey play¬ 
ers who had participated in a 
pro game-” 

‘1 am speaking from memory 
| now, but I’m quite certain that 


If the Nielsen pollsters could measure ihe intensity of 
Interest in television show*, they'd unquestionably discover that 
the NationalvBroadoasting Co. had the most attentive viewers of 
ttie seas (si last Saturday in the Americana Hotel In Miami 
Beach. The New York Jet*, housed in that bon ton caravansary 
on the eve of their exercises with the Dolphins, watched the 
football game between the Oakland Raiders and Kansas City 
Chiefs with a rapt absorption that the most succulent blonde 
In a blldnl couldn’t inspire. 

Because of the unappetizing playoff arrangment that the 
American Football League has accepted this year from It* TV 
masters, Vie loser of the struggle in Oakland would qualify for 
a semi-final match with the Jets in Shea Stadium today. Weeb 
F.rbank's meaty minions must have been at a loss to choose a 
favorite. 

Should they pull for Kansas City to take the championship 
of the AFL West? Then they’d have to contend with Daryle 
Lamonka, Fred Biletnikofl, Hewritt Dixon, Ben Davidson, and 
Ike Laaaslter. 

ShotAd they root for the Raiders? An Oakland victory would 
mean that the Jets would have to go In against Len Dawson, 
Otis Taylor, mercurial Mike Garrett and such notoriously anti- 
socdal creatures as Bobby Bell, Buck Buchanan and WIHie 
Lanier. 

It was a choice between an impacted wisdom tooth and a 
broken hip. 


Silence 

Planned 


WINNIPEG (OP) — 
IT 1 * IN THE OODE OuaiU'i stand on rulM coo- 

The Montreal Olympic official cerelog the dm of profea 
bases his opinion on an lnterpre- sional* in the 1EJ» world 
tation of the Olympic eligibility hockey tournament may not 
code as it appears in the 1967 be made known until It Is 
edition <* the book The Olympic presented to a special meeting 
Games, published by the Inter- ot * B Internationa] Ice 
national Olympic Committee. Hockey FedeTatlon next 

Shaughnessy said he wrote n,onth ‘ 
the letter after he became "puz- *»’* want to declare 


PHILADELPHIA (AP)—Norman R. “Bud” Poile 
has been dismissed as general manager of Philadelphia 
Flyers In the National Hockey League. 

The announcement was made 

by E. Snider, chairman of the years in the National Hockey 
board of the club. League. 

Snider said the action came wa * immediate deci- 

after a series of meetings with “km 1X1 replacements at the 
club executives and was felt to Flyers’ top farm club in the 
be "In the best interests of the American Hookey League, the 
Flyers organization." Quebec Aces, where Poile held 

"There are no hard feeling. “ * en * ral mmnag€r 

'I wish 


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As it turned out, Oakland won by the Improbable score of 
10-6 and (he Jets drew Kansas City. In November the Chiefs 
shoved the Jets around, 34-16, but New York also lost to the 
Raiders, 27-14. Off past performances, either of the Western 
teams should be favored over New York, and the chances are 
the Jets would have to beat both to get to the Super Bowl. The 
day after the New York-Kansas City match, Oakland plays 
Houston, the second-place team In the Eastern Division. If both 
the Jets and Raiders win, they wH! play off for the league title. 

During the season the Chiefs shut out Houston, 24-0, so 
there's no reason to think Hank Strain’s crew would fear the 
Oilers. Nevertheless, the Chiefs' offensive tactics in the 
Oakland game suggested that they were perfectly willing to 
finish second and face the Jet* Instead. 

They flatly refused to put the ball in the air, and they are 
members of a league that used to be derided for playing bean 
bag. At the outset, both quarterback* scorned the pass as a 
vulgarity. Kansas City’s Dawson didn't throw one witil halfway 
through the second quarter. Oakland’s Lamonica passed only 
twice in the first period, but his second pitch, a shot to Warren 
Wells good for 72 yards, put the Raiders In position for the field 
goal that gave them a 3-0 lead. 


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Bud the best of success wher¬ 
ever he goes.” 

HE WAS FIRST 
Poile, 45, was general mana¬ 
ger of the Flyers since the club 
began in 1966. He came to Phila¬ 
delphia from Ihe Old San Fran¬ 
cisco Seals of the Western 
Hockey League. 

Flyers' assistant general 
manager, Keith Allen, will han¬ 
dle the duties of the general 
manager’s job until a decision 
is made on the successor 
Allen, 46, moved up to assist¬ 
ant general manager prior to 
this season after coaching the 
Flyers in the team's first two 


British Racing Decadent 
Says Successful Owner 


Even In the fourth quarter when the Chiefs were trailing, 10- 
0. they played It the Pudge Heffelfinger way, grinding it out on 
the ground. Throwing minutes away as though they were 
dollars, they plodded 62 yard* for their only touchdown, and 
their only pass in that deliberate thrive was a little c4d screener. 

Five and a half minutes remained when Kansas City 
scored, and the Chiefs never again got the football. That’s an 
extraordinarily long time for a team to maintain possession, 
but the Raiders managed It easily. Once, on third down with six 
yards to go, Lamonica threw to Billy Cannon for a first down. 
The rest of the time he relied on Marv Hubbard, a gallant 
rooWe from Colgate, to rush for the real estate needed. 

Oakland did a great job of killing the clock, but there is 
room for doubt that this ia what football fan* pay to fee. A* « 
rule when team* are only four point* apart, the last five 
minute* are pure frenzy. This time the game just dripped to a 
concdusion. Why? 

Why? Because neither team gave a hoot in a barrel 
whether It won or lost In either case, there'd still be two 
playoff games tins side of the Super Bowl. The championship of 
th« AFL West rode on Saturday's game but it is an empty title 
that leaves the champion no better off than the also-ran. 

Because the National League is divided into four divisions, 
Columbia Broadcasting System gets Ihe divisional playoffs one 
weekend and the East-West confrontation for the league 
championship NBC hollered for equal time, and this contrived 
and unpalatable expedient ia toe result It is always thus when 
the hucksters are permitted to tamper with a sport. 


parable with high purse* of¬ 
fered at French tracks. 

Despite some acid remarks 
about racing’* major adminis¬ 
trative organization—which 
Robinson described as “a 
body ill fitted by constitution, 
experience and attitude” to 
run the industry—Sir Randle 
Feilden, the senior steward, 
commented that Robinson ob¬ 
viously had “the best interest* 
of racing at heart.” 


A warmer reaction came 
from Lord Wigg, a former 
Labor government minister 
who now heads the Betting 
Levy Board which subsidizes 
racing from, a rakeoff on gam¬ 
bling. 

"If we had a man of Mr. 
Robinson’s calibre working 
with my statutory board and 
the Jockey Gub, we oould 
really go places,” he said. 


By JAMES OONWAY 

LONDON (CP) — David 
Robinson, the quiet man of 
British racing, used his posi¬ 
tion as last season’s most suc¬ 
cessful horse owner to deliver 
some biting comments about 
racing's tottering structure. 

Speaking during one of his 
rare public appearances at a 
sporting dinner, he lambasted 
the horse bosses for falling to 
recognize that racing is no 
longer the sport of kings 

It now is an ailing section of 
toe entertainment industry, he 
said. “As an industry, racing 
has declined because toe ad¬ 
ministrators have neither the 
business experience to run U 
effectively, nor apparently the 
will or even the desire to 
bring in that experience for 
the benefit of racing,” he 
said. 

TESTING GROUND 

H e believes big-business 
techniques could revitalize toe 
sport’s flagging fortunes and 
plans to use some of the ex¬ 
perience he learned In build¬ 
ing up a chain of TV rental 
stores to run his latest aqulsi- 
tion, Kempton Park race 
track. 

During his moat lucrative 
season, in which his racing 


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were Henri Duvllliard, France, 
1:43.83; Bernard Orcel, France, 
1:44.28; and Wepner Bleiner, 
Austria, 1:44.33. 

Bill Kidd of the U S., who wa* 
originally awarded fourth place, 
later was disqualified for miss¬ 
ing a gate. _ 


LIENZ, Austria (AP) — Judy 
Nagel of toe United States 
Friday won toe giant slalom 
race of toe Dolomite Trophy 
women's competition that counts 
towards the World Cup. 

The 18-year-old American’s ' 
time of one minute 27.97 was al¬ 
most a second ahead of France’* 
Michele Jaoot. 

The race was held in light 
snow fall on toe Zenersfeld 
Mountain with 106 girls taking | 
part. The course was set by I 
West Germany's Klaus Mayer, j 
having 51 gates over a length of i 
1,600 metres and a drop of 354 | 
metres. 

ONE FOB FRANCE 

The French girl was second 
with 1:28.35, and Barbara Coch¬ 
ran of toe U.S., was third with 
1:28.39. Then came Franoolse 
Macchi, France, 1:28.64; Ingrid 
i Lafforgue, France, 1:28.98; 
Marilyn Coobran, U.S., 1:29.43; 
Judy Wooloott, U.S., 1:29.98; 
Annemarie Pj-oeli, Austria, 

1:30.00; Marie-France Jean- 
george, France, 1:30.47; Gertnr? 
Gabl, Austria, 1:30.57; Florence 
Steurer, France, 1:30.74. 

In the first run of the men’s 
giant slalom—with the second 
j scheduled for Saturday—Patrick 
Russell of France won over a 
1,875-metre course in a time of 
1:43.25. 


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Windeler wastes no time 
letting us know that "Plum¬ 
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with hia part and not just 
because he was being over¬ 
shadowed by his co-star." 

Windeler, who'd make a 


Still, a question remains: 
How doe* anyone go about 
writing a 260-page Valentine? 
One begins, I guess, by 
including every inane com¬ 
pliment ever bestowed to the 
lady. 

Having read the book from 
cover to cover, I now know 
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LONDON (Reuters) — The 
new James Bond-actor George I 
Lazenby—Thursday night made 
official his retirement as 007 
just before turning up imexpect- 
edly for the royal world pre¬ 
miere of his one and wily 
James Bond film. On Her Ma¬ 
jesty's Secret Service. 

Lazenby, 29, was a rebel to 
the end. Despite pleas by pro¬ 
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bert Broccoli to turn up* looking 
like James Bond, he appeared 
bearded with his dark brown 
hair down to his shoulders. 

"I am James Bond In the 
film," he told reporters. "To¬ 
night I am George Lazenby." 

Lazenby told Saltzman, who 
has made all the previous 
, James Bond films with Sean 
Connery a g 007, that he was 
TMAS 1 quitting. 

1 Commented Saltzman: 
ILKo. ■ "James Bond is the modem 

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a.m. and they were gone. cats and 
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been more interesting, self- 
flagellation would have been 
more exhilarating and the 
Chinese water torture would 
have been swifter. Whatever 
my sins, I have paid for 
them. 

It is not Miss Andrews’ 
fault that her life make dull 
reading. As she is the first to 
admit, a biography at this 
stage would be “presumptous 
and premature." But author 
Robert Windeler, who first 
met her in connection with a 
Time cover story, chugged 
along, undaunted. 


Think of him as a Don 
Quixote, if you will. Then 
think of yourself, the reader, 
as a windmill. 


ego \A\ er\ors 

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His writing style makes a Big . , . in 

pretty strong case for the 
time committee system. Hla 

guahy approach falls some- empress is naked and he 


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gouges out your eyes. Chris¬ 
topher Plummer, for instance, 
claimed that working with 
Miss Andrews on The Sound 
at Music was “like being hit 
over the head every day with 
a Hallmark card." 


. . . warmth, levity, and 
sincerity . . . and infectious 
humor ...” 

Furthermore, “ti e r effer¬ 
vescence is contagious" and 
"everything the does is fresh 
and impromptu — and grnia — 
ibke a whistle or a laugh." 

And, to top it all off (if we 
can believe James Gamer), 
"She has one of (he greatest 
figures in the business,” 

★ ★ * 

Golly, who wouldn't went • 
Julie Andrews for Christmas? 
Is It any wonder that 
Windeler finally admits, 
“Three years and 80,000 
words later, Julie Andrews is 
still something of an enigma 
to me”? To me, .too. She 
apparently has all the 
admirable traits of a cocker 
spaniel, Raquel Welch and — 
if she really put up with 
Windeler for three years — a 

_ , latter-day saint. 

• * * * 

tUPry seme* Like an addict aching for a 

shot of molasses, I am 
already hungering for more 
great father of the bride, Windeler. To what, I wonder, 
boasts that most of her lead- will he next turn his witty and 
mg men “fell a little bit in worldly eye? The mysteries of 
love" with Julie but admits crab erass? The enigma of 
Rex Harrison once snorted, “I lax? The foibles of sheep? 


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didn’t fall the least bit in love 
with her.” Needless to say, 
Harrison doesn't escape un¬ 
scathed. In due course, we 
are told that he is not only 
aloof but a tightwad, to boot. 


With the world so ftill of 
wonders, Windeler might 
churn the words out indefin¬ 
itely. 

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world might end tomorrow. 


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university 


NEW OFFERINGS FOR ALL 
ON CAMPUS THIS WINTER 

Follow your interests, or develop new ones, by 
registering now for the evening division's winter 
offerings. Most courses begin in mid-January and 
involve one evening session o week. Their range 
adds up to a program in continuing education for the 
whole community. 

Subjects include current affairs, computer science, 
business, and the arts. Titles are: 

An Introduction to Computers 

Fortran IV With Applications 

An Introduction to Linear Programming 

Conversational French 

Conversational Spanish 

Human Relations and Family Dynamics 

Law for the Layman 

China: From Confucianism to Maoism 

The Subject in Art 

Beginning and Intermediate Silversmithing 
Can Faith Make Sense? 

Crisis in the City 

Great Works of German Literature 

Prologue to Victoria Fair 1970. 

Courses are open to all. To register, call 477-6911, 
local 395 or 500, or write to: 

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Mr. Inkspot Better 


VANCOUVER (UPD — Bill 
Kenny, 51, known to mil Hone at 
tone around the world aa Mr. 
Inkspot, Friday was listed in 
satisfactory condition In hospital 
here recovering from bronchial 
pneumonia. 

A Vancouver General Hospital 


| spokesman said Kenny's condi¬ 
tion has been improving steadily 
Isince he was admitted Nov. 23. 
1 ‘‘He was in very, very critical 
condition when we brought him 
in," said his wife Audrey 
"But he’s been coming along 
i fine." 


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Legion Opens Fire on War Film 


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DOUGLAS AT DI8COVERY 


LONDON {Reuters) — Ac¬ 
tress Rachel Roberts said Fri¬ 
day night that she and her hus¬ 
band actor Rex Harrison will 
end their brief separation. 

Miss Roberta. 42, told report¬ 
ers after she said she spoke on 
the telephone to Harrison, 61: 
" ... we are going hi be recon¬ 
ciled." 

Harrison’s lawyer bad an¬ 
nounced earlier in the day that 
the actor had separated from 
Miss Roberts, his fourth wife, 
after seven years of marriage. 

She later quoted Harrison as 
saying the whole thing had been 
blown, out of proportion. 

Before announcing the recon- 

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ciliation, Miss Roberts said: "1 
Hove him with all my heart. But 
I have known that the end was 
near for two months. Ask me 
what I want for 1970 and I will 
say, ‘Rex.’ ” 

CHRISTMAS 
SNOW BALL FROLIC 

TONIGHT 

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By BILL THOMAS 

The Dec. 26 opening of Oh! 
What a Lovely War is still days 
away, but already Canadian 
Legion members have been 
sending in their protests to 
Barney Simmons at the Fox 
Theatre. 

First salvo of discontent was 
fired when an advance adver¬ 
tisement showed a field of 
crosses and the title of the film. 
The ex-servicemen got the 
impression that this was a 
octnedy on war. They may get a 
bit of a shock when they find 
that Oh! What a Lovely etc. is 
an anti-war film. 

This film has so many British 
knights in the cast the roster 
mmiiumiimiimiiimimimiimi 

LAST 5 DAYS 

WINNER OF 6 ACADEMY 
AWARDS IMCLUDIN 6 

BEST PICTURE 
OF THE YEAR! 


sounds like roll call for a 
medieval j oust. Olivier, 
Rtchardpon, Gielgud, Redgrave 
and Clements give the impres¬ 
sion ihat the viewer needs a 
copy of Debrett to get through 
the list. 

The plot really deals with the 
total futility of wars in general 
but takes the First World War 
as the example to end, all 
examples. All the nostalgia of 
Keep the Home Fires Burning 
gets clogged with the mud and 
cooties of the real thing. 

The film has drawn a mixed 
reaction from the critics, par¬ 


ticularly in the United States,]—. -■ i 7 

£ ”'| Grecian Urn 

It will be interesting to see | ow* t *.b. i* s »■.. M*w ta 
how local audiences react, and I FULL COURSE MEALS 
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forward to Oh! Wh.t a Lovely %. S * tUrd *£ M ui 

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Special Menu Starting Dec. 20th 

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Complete Steak Dinner QJ? 

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14 flalllj (Bnlnnirt, Viclorio, B.C., Solurday, Dec. 20, 1969 


Gift Sparks Project 


Council, said the council Is 
vitally Interested in services to 
people and the co-ordination of 
these services, 

• 'This concept will give a focal, 
point to handicapped people," 
he said. "Workshops which will 
be therapeutic, not only for the 
physically but for the emotion¬ 
ally handicapped." 

He said the’ centre should 
provide a cafeteria, phytio- 
therapy and occupational 
therapy, a library, lounge and a 
place to rest. He said he also 
saw it as a focal point for other 
auxiliary services such as visit¬ 
ing home nursing and transpor¬ 
tation. 

HOSTEL AVAILABLE 

Mr. Gray said the hostel 
would be available for use by 
families with handicapped chil-| 
drcn. It waa the idea of Mrs. 
Margaret McClung, admLnistra-! 
tor of the Pearkes clinic, he 
said. 

“There will be a husband and 
wife team to look after the 
handicapped children in, the 
hostel when their parents are ill 
or need a break." 


Aid. Mrs. Gunning said she 
had "run out of superlatives" In 
thinking about the project and 
called it "a great concept." 

VALUE TO GROW 
"It is an investment in human 
resources that will Increase in 
value," she said. "It will help 
these people to put something of 
value back into the com¬ 
munity.” 

"It is a real effort not to 


Isolate handicapped people — 
and their families — by making 
housing available to them, and 
to others, too, at moderate! 
cost." * 

INTEGRATED 

The activity centre has been 
planned not only to serve the 
people In the housing develop¬ 
ment but also those In the 
community. The whole project 
would, hopefully, be Integrated 
Into the neighborhood. 

She said neighbors In the 
project area had been Invited to 
the oouncil chamber later Fri¬ 
day afternoon to have the 
project described to them. 


Vo One Helps 
Bound, Gagged 
Seattle Woman 


Commons Adjourns 


Prince Finishes l VOLUNTEKR * sought 

i "The centre will ci 

Television Show i22SL!T om * roughf 


LONDON (Reuters) — Prince 
Charles has Just completed a 
45-minute television documen¬ 
tary program in which he ap¬ 
pears as commentator and inter¬ 
viewer. 

The film, called Countryside 
70, was shot in farms and vil¬ 
lages throughout Wales, 


"The centre will call on 
volunteers from throughout the 
community." 

Mr. Johnston said he hoped 
the senior citizens In the project 
would become Interested In 
working as volunteers to help 
the various agencies which 
would be using the facilities. 

He said he, also hoped service 
clubs and other organizations | 
would come forward to partite!-' 
pate in the project. 


SEATTLE. Wash. (AP) - A 
rapist marched a bound-a nd- 
gagged 20-y e a r -o 1 d Seattle 
woman eight blocks through a 
Seattle bu&inesa district Thurs¬ 
day while pasaersby failed to 
offer help, the woman told Seat¬ 
tle police. 

OFFERED HELP 

She said the man offered to 
carry her laundry after follow¬ 
ing her from a laundromat near 
midnight. When she declined, 
she said, the man followed her 
for a block, then dragged her 
into a parking lot. 

There he bound her hands be¬ 
hind her with ope of his socks 
and gagged her with the other 
and began to attack her, she 
said, but changed his mind be¬ 
cause of passing cars. She said 
she and the man were clearly 
visible but no one stopped to 
help her. 

Then the man, carrying herl 


laundry, marched her to a park 
and raped her in a park shelter, 
she tokl police. She said he 
robbed her of 126 and choked 
her into unconsciousness. 

LONG ORDEAI. 

She was treated at a Seattle 
hospital after the 4 Vi-hour or¬ 
deal. Police said she had 
brutees about her neck. 

She told police her assailant 
was about 25. 

Seven Killed 
In Seoul Fire 

SEOUL (AP) — A pre-dawn 
fire destroyed more than 100 
houses in a alum area of down¬ 
town Seoul Wednesday and 
killed at least seven persons, 
police said. 

Two persons were Injured 
and one missing in the blaze, 
which left nearly 1,500 home¬ 
less. 


fears that legislation would be 
required to end the strike sched¬ 
uled for noon Sunday If the con¬ 
trollers rejected the contract 
approved by negotiators 
Wednesday. 

The Commons usually rises at 
5 p.m. on Fridays; the Senate 
usually does not sit Friday but 
was in session for final approval 
of a bill providing a controller 
for the Company of Young Ca¬ 
nadians and royal assent cere¬ 
monies in the Senate chamber. 

Shortly after the Commons re¬ 
sumed at 8 p.m. EST, Treasury 
Board President C. M. Drury 
announced tiiat he had received 
official notice that the control¬ 
lers' contract agreement had 
been ratified. He also said rati¬ 
fication had been given to a 
contract between the treasury 
board and airport electronic 
technicians. 

I MOTION PASSED 
i The Commons then passed a 
! motion that It adjourn until 
Monday, Jan. 12. 

Senator Paul Martin, govern¬ 
ment leader in the Senate, an¬ 
nounced the settlements in the 
upper chamber. The Senate 


then adjourned until Tuesday, 
Jan. 27. 

The Commons earlier agreed: 
to refer the government’s white: 
paper on taxation to committee; 
for detailed study, following 1 
four sitting days of heated de-j 
bate. 

Gerald W. Baldwin (Peace! 
River), Conservative House \ 
leader, said the white paper is, 
of such importance that his 
party will demand the govern¬ 
ment provide it with “whatever 
assistance from outside experts 
we need to study the paper.” 

The white paper contained a 
"few shreds of virtue ... but 
they have been lost in a mess of 
inconsistency." 

He said a capital gains tax 
proposed in the white paper 
should have been limited to a 
tax on unearned increments in 
land value. 

Hite would discourage much 
of the current high pricing of 
land in urban areas. "Only the 


speculative value—the unearned 
value-should be taxed." 

John Skoberg (NDP Mooes 
Jaw) criticized a white paper 
proposal recommending an in¬ 
come tax exemption for wage 
and salary earners based on ex¬ 
penses incurred in earning a liv 
ing. 

The deduction allowed under 
the proposal would be three per 
cent of total income to a maxi¬ 
mum of $150. 

This did not take account of 
toe wide differences in the ex¬ 
penses of workers, Mr. Skoberg 
said. 

NO INTENTION 

Robert Thompson (PC-Red 
Deer) said his party has "no in¬ 
tention of preventing the white 
paper from going to committee” 
since the Conservatives want to 
see many aspects changed. 

Stanley Knowles (NDP—Win¬ 
nipeg North Centre) said the 
I government was delaying re- 
] moval of 750,000 low-income Ca« 

| nadians from tax rolls until 1971 
when some of the proposals are 
expected to take effect. 

"Justice delayed Is jrntice de- 
I riled.” 










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Chip Sets 

Reg. 4.19 

Sale O Q7 
Price U.V 4 Set 

Party-size "Blue Grass' chip 
and dip sets to help you with 
your Christmas entertaining! 
Get a couple at this low price! 


SAVE! Tumblers 

Reg. 4.19 

Sale Q 77 
Price O. I I Set 

Boxed gift sets of eight 12-oz. 
Devon glass tumblers, ready for 
giving. Glasses feature thick 
base, delightful pattern. 


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Gay China Mugs 

Sale 9 

Price U forlPl 

Make your selection from this 
wide variety of colourful coffee 
mugs, imported from England. 
Great for gift-giving! 

(‘Mnawam (31) 


SAVE 82! 

Hot Wheels 

Reg. 10.99 
Sale 7 A? 

Price ■ mU I Set 

Double-dare race seta that in¬ 
cludes 28' of track, 2 dare devil 
loops and jump ramps for each 
track. 

Toy* <*•> 

Toy China 
Tea Set 

Reg. 3.99 

Sale 9 97 
Price ^ I Set 

6-pee. China toy-place Getting, 
consisting of teapot, cream and 
sugar bow], plastic cutlery. 

Toy DriartnuM (4#) 


Waste Disposer 

Reg. 94.95 




Girls’ Panties 

3 Prs. 2.98 

Blue Swan panties of 100% nylon 
with elastic legs, double seats. 
Yellow, blue, pink per package. 
Sizes 8 to 14. 

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SAVE Vsl 
Kiddles 

Res- 1.99 
Sale -I 97 
Price 1*^ * Ea. 

"Sweet Treat” and "Kozmic” 
kiddies . . . Mattel’s newest! 
Ideal for stocking stuffers, party 
gifts. Save now! 

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9:30 to 9 p.m. until December 23. 


NOW! 20-MINUTE BUS SERVICE RIGHT TO 
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New Haultain Number 10 Bus Schedule 

No. 10 leaves Douglas at Yates via Douglas, Pan¬ 
dora, Fern wood, Haultain, Shelbourne and term¬ 
inates at the Northeast door of Simpsons-Sears 
where passengers may leave or board the bus. 


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Stereo-Phono 

Sale QQ QQ 
Price 0«7.00 


Wing Speakers, with two speak¬ 
ers per wing. 4-speed Garrard 
changer, solid state chassis, 
completely portable. 


SAVE! Hassocks 

Reg. 7.99 


Lamp Table 

Reg. 32.98 

Sale 9 Q Q 7 
Price CiVnU i Ea. 

On these attractive tables. 
Bent-leg styling with textured 
Formica tops, thick hardwood 
legs and frames. With maga¬ 
zine rack. Walnut finish. 

Matchlni M" Cocktail Tab!*, B*f SS.9K 

Sal* Me*. each . ....99.97 

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Sturdy vinyl - covered hassocks 
in modem shades of tan, gold or 
ivory. Square shape with padded 
top. 

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Attache Cases 
Sale Q Qft 

Price «7.t70 Ea. 

Durable molded Dlonite cases 
with tung and groove closings. 
3-hinge backs. 4” wide. Avail¬ 
able in black or brown. Good 
executive gift. 

SI.lion*ry <J> 


79.98 


SAVE 14.91! “Lady Kenmore” 
continuous-feed food waste dis¬ 
poser with 14 h.p. motor; molded 
insulation; reverse switch. 

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Hand Vacuum 

& 19.95 Ea. 

Powerful hand cleaner for many 
household cleaning chores. Per¬ 
fect for stairs, furniture, fire¬ 
place and car. 

Varum* 1 241 ) 


Compact Fridges 

Reg. 149.98 


Trouble Came 

Reg. 4.29 

Sale Q 07 
Price 0»(£ I Ea. 

Exciting chase game for all 
ages. Sturdy plastic game board 
has pop-o-matic dice shaker. 


Accent Rugs 

22”x 36” 

K. 5.98 Ea. 

“Garden State” nylon and Kodel 
rugs in multiple pile heights and 
shadings. Pink, gold, violet, 
green, orange, yellow. 

Ea. 7.M 

SO" x 50’’— Ea. •.»» 

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Jewel Boxes 


Made in Canada for Canadian Win¬ 
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est thing to leather . . . but it’s 
salt and stain resistant. Luxurious¬ 
ly pile lined. 

15” Boot 

High-risin Leg-hugger. Full length zip¬ 
per ensures easy on and off. In Black. 
Sizes 5 to 9. 

12” Boot 

Simulated side buckles and straps ... 
and a new rounded toe. IV’ shaped 
heels. Smooth Leather Look. Brown. 
Sizes 5 to 9. 

Reg. 12.99 A 
Your Choice 


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* Sale 
Price 


Reg. 12.99 

10.97 


Simpsons - Sears stack - loader 
1 slide viewer takes 36 slides at 
i once! Just drop them in and 
I push-pull. Magnifies 4 times. 



Dog Gift Sets 


5.77 


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Here's a great gift for your 
pet! Sturdily made rattan bas¬ 
ket with a comfortable cushion. 

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Padded Bras 


1.97 


Chemise Padded Bra 


Half Slip 


Bikini Briefs 


Reg- *4- 

Sale 

Price 


H 1.77 


Reg. M. 
Sale 

Ea. Price 


1.17 


Reg. ft. 
Sale 

Ea. Price 


77c 


Save 50% on this intimate apparel by Wonder Bra! All shaped for today's vibrant 
look, in today’s colours of Shocking Pink, Electric Green! S.M.L. 


4.97 




129.98 


For her; an llV>x6 , 4x4” ivory 
or walnut box with tray and 
bottom drawer. 


Colds pot 
Refrigerator 

Reg. 319-98 




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undercounter refrigerators with 
full-width freezer sections, tall 
bottle door storage. 5-year com¬ 
pressor guarantee. 

It*4rit*tafan 14*1 


Coleman Coolers 



294.98 


19.99 


Blue metal coolers that are 
great for your hunting trips, 
camping! 13Vx22"xl3 l A”. An 
Ideal gift for the outdoorsman! 

H(wirU 4>a4*r («) 


SAVE ftl! 105-lb. capacity 
freezer with full width dairy 
bar. Porcelain on steel interior. 

Rrfrifcralar* (44) 


Collect-a-Car 

Reg. 15.99 

Sale -J 9 77 
Price lid* l I Ea. 

Racing skills, cool nerves, and 
any mini - sized hot cars are 
pitted against each other in all 
the fascination of a road rally 
that will fit right on your table. 


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Lightly padded lace cups, Lycra 
frame and adjustable stretch 
straps make this comfortable 
to wear! White only. 32-36A, 
32-38B, 34-38C. 

FmmSatlaa* (IS) 


Men’s Toppers 

Reg. 34.97 

Pril* 19.97 Ea. 

SAVE *1#! Men's cotton top¬ 
coats with zip-out linings fix' 
winter wear. Washable. Half 
raglan sleeves. Blue only. 36 
to 46. 

M*a'a ( aiaal W**r 141) 

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16” Colour TV 


&. 389.00 

Completely portable, sharp 
clear colour; add a little colour 
In your home for Christmas. 
5-year safeguard plan. 


Multi-Purpose 

Boots 

Reg. Price 81.99 

5S. 19.97 

Reg. Price 17.99 

SU 15.97 

Simulated Labrador seal, looks 
and feels like real seal at a 
fraction of the price. Orion plia 
lining. 

M*a'i Fsatwear (SI) 


Billy Blastoff 

and 

Robot Robbie 

Reg. 11.99 
Sale O 77 
Price Oe i I Ea. 

Billy Blastoff with his radar 
scope lighting up—Robot Robbie 
walking alone, The Grabber, 
space capsule and Lunar Crawl¬ 
er all operate. 

Toy Tawa (4S> 


SAVE! Tote Bags 

Sale Price 

4.49 and 9.98 Ea. 


B)ark plalaf aa4 *IIIrAta«. Shoulder 
Birap. dp cloalnf. OuLildt pock*L 14V« 
9V*SV Hal* Frio*, each 4.40 
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aid* pocket 1 S"x14"xS". 

Sal* Frio*, lark __1.11 


Ski Jackets 

Reg. 29.99 


22.97 



SAVE fj! Men's nylon sld jack¬ 
ets in Navy, Sage and Gold. 
Some Instructor style with belt. 
Orion pile or Fortrel fibre lin¬ 
ings. 36 to 46. 

Mea'a Caiaal Wear (41) 


Fire Chief Car 

Reg. 29.98 

Sale 9Q Q7 
Price £0.«7 I 

Wailing siren is operated from 
dash mounted button. Reallstin 
2-way "radio-phone". Adjust¬ 
able pedals. 


Sale! Sweaters 


J99 


Great acrylic knits all ready to go for 
Chrlstmaa I Cable stitches snd others. 
Wide variety of colours. S.M.L.; 36 
to 42 In group, 


Fun Fur Hats 


10 to *30 


Splurge on real fur hate far gifts or 
for yourself. Get 'em long and hairy 
or short and shaggy in rabbit, shear- 
mouton. lynx, raccoon, fox and mus¬ 
krat. Natural, dyed or bleached. 


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. Sale 9 QQ 
Price kUmSjy Ea. 

I Smart Perma-Prest shirts for 
the young man in your family! 
Long sleeves, button-down col¬ 
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or prints. 8 to 18. 

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Boys’ Sweaters 

Reg. 7.99 

Ptice 5.99 Ea. 

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fisherman knit V-neck pullovers. 
Heavy weight, full-fashioned, 
with raglan sleeves, rib knit 
cuffs and waist. 14 to 20. 

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our technological and culural 
live*, but It has tele*coped the 
generation* down to just a 
few years. 

From 33 years, it was cut 
to at last 15 years a decade 
ago; and now, it k my 
educated gueas, a generation 
is six years or Lea*. 

It used to b# that the 
parent* felt, or were re¬ 
garded, a* a generation away 
from their children; now the 
older children themselves fed 
a generational gap between 
them and their younger sib¬ 
lings. 

★ ★ ★ 

My daughter, at 25, la as 
different from her teen-age I 
siblings as they are from 
their own parents. My «on of | 
nine is a different breed than , 
my son of 14; not just | 
different temperamentally or 
chronologically, but the pro¬ 
duct of a new "mix*’ of 
Influences, 

Thus, when we speak glibly 
of the “gemerational gap” 
between parent and child, we i 
are really talking about 
several quantum jumps, not 
one. And the distance seems 
so vast, as compared with 
previous ages in history, not 
because the gap Itself is 
larger but because It consists I 
of several separate states of I 
removal, rather than one. 

* ★ ★ 

Rapid change of tills sort 
results in a startling loss of 
continuity, and a strange | 
foreshortening of time. When 
one’* adolescent daughter 
speaks of listening to an “old 
favorite" recording of 1966, 
one realized that two or three 
year* are now the sensory 
and mnemonic equivalent of 
what 10 or 20 years used to 
be. 

My generation grew up with 
a very real sense of the past, 
for change was relatively 
slow, and manners and 
morals and institutionaled 
roles p e r I s t e d for many 
decades. 

The new young people 
hav* been cut off from th* 


past, because things happen 
so fast that even the present 
is a blur, much leas the 
events of their parents’ time. 

Hitler might as well have 
Mved in the Middle Age* for 
most of them, and th* 
Depression is a remote and 
antique as the Black Plague. 

Tb blame them for this 
would be quite absurd and 
unjust. It is we who must 
understand what ha* hap¬ 
pened under the tremendous 
sensory Impact of th# new 
technology, and find ways to 
reach them that oan prevent 
the new freedom from turn¬ 
ing into a new barbarism. 


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“I’m not the same person you saw two years ago," said 
Jane Fonda. ‘‘I’ve changed." She was not referring to a 
physical change although that hit me first when she walked 
into the restaurant in New York. Her hair wa* brown and 
short with bangs pressed close to her head. 

* ★ ★ 

"How have you changed?” I asked the attractive actress 
who wa* In New York to promote her new film, They Shoot 
Horses, Don’t They? “In every way,” she assured me. “It 
took me a long time to get pulled together. Fm mare secure. 
Perhaps having a daughter — It put me more into contact 
with myself. It gave me a fuller relationship. I’m much more 
open with everyone. Maybe, I don’t know. I wish I could say, 
‘I kicked around three months ago and I changed.’ I always 
used to think that at a certain age you grow up suddenly. But 
at this late date toe doors keep opening. Change never stops. 
It’* nice to third?,” she smiled, "that at my age I haven’t 
blown my wad ’’ She la just 32. 

★ ★ ★ 

Jane and her brother Peter have a very good relationship 
now, with their father. Henry Fonda. She was staying at hi* 
town house in New York, "and I'll be in California soon and 
staying at his home there. 

‘‘My father Is a fantastic man," she continued. "A lot of 
our strength comes from him. As you grow older you 
understand how difficult it is to be a parent. In spite of all 
that ha* been written, I never hated my father. I was 
fighting for my own identity. The first shocks for children 
are when you find out your father isn’t Superman. And for 
toe parent, after the shock of having given birth to a living 
person, to have to let go." 

★ ★ ★ 

She Is sure she will do this with her own daughter. "Why 
did you call her Vane***?" I asked. "W«a it for Vanessa 
Redgrave?” She half shook her head. “How do you get a 
name that goes with Plemlannlkove?” — husband Roger 
Vadim’* real name. ‘‘And,’’ she said, somewhat defiantly, “I 
like Vanessa Redgrave, very much." 

♦ ' ★ ★ 

"Where was Vadim?" I wanted to knew. He was In 
Canada, looking for locations for his next picture. "Every 
picture Vadim ha* made since our marriage has been with 
m*. I will not be In this one." 


PR0FF5S0R WRB1 
SOUNDS SO 67RAH 
BUT IF HE CAN HEL 
ME FIND OUT WHA 
WRONG WITH SR At 
. FATHER lUCOTAi 
\ GO ALONG. 


Speaking of toe difference 
in looks between generation*, 
as I was the other day, 
reminded me that the very 
word “generation" no longer 
means the same as it did. 

The old dictionary definition 
of a "generation" is about a 
t b 1 r d -of-a-centruy, or 33 
years. It used to refer to a 


time-period between the birth 
of the parents and the birth of 
their offspring. But, of 
course, that kind of reckon¬ 
ing is totally outdated today. 

Actually, a “generation” 
ha* been shrinking In time- 
span every decade since I 
waa bom. The modem rate of 
change ha* not only affected 


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During to* p**t w**k, Chrlatmas 
o*rd* from readers of this oolumn have 
been arriving at the Colonist in 
considerable number*, and my wife and 
I have been deeply touohed by theae 
warm expression* of friendship from 
folk* we have never met personally. 

Wa ware talking about this th* other 
evening as we aat together opening and 
reading thee* charming cards and to* 
friendly note* accompanying them, and 
my wife wondered if this happens in 
other walks and vocations — if 
steamfltters and lawyer* and electri¬ 
cians get cards from the folk* they 
serv« — or whether thl* Is something 
peculiar to gardening. 

★ ★ ★ 

I have often thought there must be 
some strange magic that oomss from 
contract with the soil that fosters a 
spirit of goodwill and neighbourly*** 
between gardener*, for folk* who hav# 
a feeling for plant* always seem to 
have a warm spot in their heart* for 
their fellow man, too. Agnea and I feel 
somewhat subdued and more than a 
little humble to think that so many 
reader* should take time out from their 
personal affairs, at toe busiest time of 
to# year, to remember us in their 
Christa** wish**. 

I oen’t begin to reply to all these 
greeting* individually, but I DO want all 


Soil Unites 


my corrs#pand«nta to know that your 
kind thoughtfulnasa i a appreciated 
deeply, and your cards have brought tot 
warm glow of toe Christmas season into 
our home. 

H you have any laetuntnute Christ¬ 
mas shopping to do for a friend or 
relative who ha* gone in *«riou«ly for 
toe art of flower arranging, I hav* a 
suggestion to make: 

No ardent practitioner of floral art 
ever has enough bowl* and vases and 
odd-ehaped container* on hand. She 
may have a china cupboard Muffed to 
overflowing with almoat every known 
shape and odor of bowl, vaee, flagon 
and dieh, and yet lack to* me perfect 
container for tome special floral 
creation. You can hardly go wrong with 
a gift along these lines. 

Don’t forget, too, toe various acces¬ 
sories dear to toe heart of the floral art 
addict: needle-point stem holders, drift¬ 
wood pieces, oholla logs, Chinas* 
figurines and toe Ilka. 

★ * ★ 

Flowers in the house are a great joy 
during toe dull days of winter, and 
there are several way* in which a 
supply can be maintained. If you are 
■till solvent after paying toe Christmas 
bills, you can buy out flowers or potted 
plant* from the florist. If you own * 
heated greenhouse, you can grow your 


own. But If you have neither cash nor 
greenhau&a, it ia still passible to have 
flower* in toe home, and from your own 
garden. 

Shortly after ChriMmea, far instance, 
X plan on lifting a few plant* of 
periwinkle from our garden and bring¬ 
ing them Indoors. This lo Vinca minor 
Bowlaa’ variety, a mret useful plant 
blooming normally m May with gay eky 
blue flowers, and K wa* to* unusual 
merit of thriving in tooe* “diffiault” 
portions of the garden where aunshin* ia 
lacking, 

4r ★ ★ 

A faw roots can be “squared” out 
with a sharp spade and cut back to 
crown growth; that ia, aU old topgrawth 
and runners are out away from to# 
clump, then too roots are potted up in a 
good medium-rich loam soli. Water 
moderately and store the pot or bowl in 
an east or north window of an unheated 
room, or better atiU, In a coidfrnme or 
aunporch. Early in the year they will 
push up a mass of fresh green leaves 
and a whole colony of fat flower buds. 
As soon a# these show a trace of color, 
th# potted plant may be brought Into 
the living room Tor flowering. 

If tot house ia not too warm, they 
should remain in bloom for several 
weeks, after which they can be returned 
to their original sit* in toe garden. 


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Herewith is another chapter 
from that classic work in 
anthropology, Strange Sex 
Rites among the Ugulap 
Savages. Unfortunately, i t 
deal* not *o much with sex as 
with a weird lottery aystem 
evolved over the oenturles by 
this primitive tribe. 

One of the strangest cus¬ 
tom* of th* Ugulaps, (the 
chapter begin*) is toe drawing 
held each fall by toe High 
Priests of Draff — th# deity 
who toe superstitious natives 
bellev* protect* them from a 
vague evil known only a* 
"Th* Red Terror.” 

★ ★ ★ 

Weeks before the drawing, 
the priests pass among the 
villages seflllng ticket* on the 
lottery. These are palm fronds 
bearing cabalistic signs and 
the legend in Ugulap, "You 
need not be present to win." 

The only natives eligible to 
purchase tickets are young 
men who have reached the 
mystical age of 18%. And they 
vie to purchase as many as 


possible, thereby Increasing 
their chances of winning. 

Th# drawing Itself Is a 
festive affair. Amid an air of 
gay expectancy, a blindfolded 
priest reaches into a giant 
coconut shell to draw forth 
the names of th* lucky 
winners. 

As each name is announced, 
toe fortunet* young savage 
leaps for joy. Friends and 
relatives crowd around to 
congratulate him. He ia th* 
envy of all. (Th* loser* ar* 
consoled with a year’s sub¬ 
scription to the Reader’s 
Digest — • thousand such 
having been donated to toe 
tribe by a missionary 
society.) 

* ★ * 

The winners are then 
Inducted into toe service of 
Draff. The primitive cere¬ 
mony consists of each taking 
one step forward with right 
hand raised to Indicate his 
willingness. 

From that point on, nothing 
is too good for the winners. 
They are honored and feted 


wherever they go. The best 
tid-bits of food are pressed 
upon them. They are plied 
with th# finest of native brews 
night and day. And the fairest 
maidens beg to bestow their 
favors upon them. 

★ it ★ 

After two years of this 
idylie existence, the youths, 
now sated and weary, are 
garbed in special uniforms 
and again brought before to* 
priests. 

"We have given you the 
highest honors, the greatest 
glory and toe most generous 
rewards that lie in the power 
of a grateful nation to 
bestow,” says the High Priest. 
At tola, the Ugulaps give 
three cheers and crowd 
around the youths. 

Then they MB them. 

Understandably, U.S. cul¬ 
tural advisers to the Ugulaps 
have strenously sought to 
stamp out this barbaric prac¬ 
tice. Indeed, military adviser 
Colonel Q r 111 e y Grommet 
hopes to convert this crude 


lottery into a fair and civil¬ 
ized system of military con¬ 
scription based on the UJ. 
model. 

"I* your aystem fun?” 
inquired ths High Prisst. 

"Well, not exactly," said 
CaSonel Grommet. 

"Ar# ths winners joyful and 
the loser* unhappy?" asked 
toe High Priest. 

“It’s more th# other way 
around," said Colonel Grom¬ 
met. 

★ ★ ★ 

"Are those to be sacrificed 
given every honor In toe 
power of a grateful nation to 
bestow?” asked th# High 
Priest. 

“Oh. yes," said Colonel 
Grommet. "After toey’re 
dead." 

Since then the Colonel ha* 
been known among th# 
natives as “Cooooohssd 
Grommet" and his influence 
has waned. Some days, he 
almost gives up hope# of ever 
leading these backward 
savages into the ways of th* 
20th century. 



















God s Word 
3S it is 
for Men 
as They Are 


PENTECOSTAL 


16 Bitta (Sokrat*!, victoria, B.C, Saturday, Dae. 20, 1969 

Marriage 1111 .... 11 ■ 11,11 s 


\ Toronto Minister, 


Secular 

Service 

Starts 


TORONTO (CP) —Some 
people are moved by Chrutihn 
love, but that's not the 
popular image at ’the clergy, 
*ays a retired United Church 
woman mtnlater 
Rev. Wllena Brown, who 
retired on a disability pension 
because at a heart ailment, 
says her "overwhelming im¬ 
pression” of the “religious” Is 
their need to impose their 
ideas an others. 


whole area U the central 
brick in the wall I came to 
know so long ago — from the 
other side." 

Miss Brown, now working 
on a doctorate in pastoral 
psychology, writes that the 
basic fault may lie in tradi¬ 
tional theology. 

“We were taught that 
‘Christ U the only way.' We 
were taught to 'witness.’ We 
were taught to ‘help.’ Unfor¬ 
tunately we were not taught 


the single moat significant 
and revolutionary teaching of 
Jesus Himself — to respect 
individual personalities. 


CHRISTUM SCIENCE 


TORONTO (CP) — Couples 
who are not regular church¬ 
goers but do not want a civil 
marriage ceremony may have 
an alternative if a United 
Church minister has his way. 

The service proposed by Rev. 
Fred Styles of Newtontarook 
United Church lacks the reli¬ 
gious aspects of a church 
service but has some of its 
beauty in the form of two love 
poems by Kahil Gibran, a 
Lebanese mystic -and writer 
who died in 3931. 

Styles said he created the 
service because he found some 
of the people he counsels “have 
very little real interest in the 
church or in the things for 
which it stands.” 
UNBELIEVERS 

“Some are honest enough to] 
say that they don't share the \ 
beliefs of the church and have! 
no intention of having anything 
further to do with it once the 
wedding is over. 

“The alternative is a civil 
ceremony — a city hall special 
— and many people find this an 
unsatisfactory alternative to the 
traditional wedding. There, a 
civil servant who cares nothing 
for the Individual at all as 
people, but regards them as one 
mm application to be pro¬ 
cessed, hurries through a two- 
minute formula, without looking 
up from his paper, stamps the 
form and collects the $10 fee. 
BRIDGE GAP 

“My secular marriage service 
la designed to bridge the gap, to 
provide an eathetically satisfy¬ 
ing ceremony for those persons 
who have no religious convic¬ 
tions or whose convictions about 
religion are negative ones." 

He denies that his servioa will 
weaken the church. 

'"Hie position of the church is 
not compromised but strength¬ 
ened in this way. People who 
want a church wedding now will 
clearly be saying that they want 
their marriage based upon the 
principles for which the church 
stands, while people who do not 
want to be involved with those 
principles have an acceptable 
alternative," 


“What minister has not 
been greeted with some 
remark like 'I’ll have to 
wat<± my language’ when he 
has been introduced? This is 
not amusing. It is a declara¬ 
tion of war. 

“What It really means is, ‘I 
see you as a judge and I am 
not going to give you a chance 
to condemn me. I'm not going 
to let you see me as I really 


▲ Branch at The Mother Church 
The FI ml Church of Chrtel, 
Sclent!*, In Borina, MuaachmHla 
Chamber* Street u4 Pandora Arrara 
Elevator Available 
SUNDAY SERVICES 
11:00 a-m. and 7:10 pm. 

Subject: 

“IS THE UNIVERSE 
INCLUDIMB MAN, INVOLVED 
BY ATOMIC FORCE!" 

Sunday School—11:00 a.m. 
Testimony Meetti* 

Wednesday, 8:00 pm. 

FREE PUBLIC READING ROOM 
AND LENDING LIBRARY 
120 BROAD STREET 

ALL ARE WELCOME 


"Hie chaplain in one hos¬ 
pital even admitted this was 
his goal. What my situation, 
my feelings, my needs really 
were, he could not have cared 
less. He wanted to manipulate 
me.” 

Hie Toronto minister was 
remarking on a visit by a 
chaplain when she was in the 
hospital as a patient. 

Her impressions and exper¬ 
iences of the church were 
outlined in a recent article 
she wrote for the Toronto 
Star. 


For Further 
Information Please 
Phone 385-8181 


NORTH DOUGLAS PENTECOSTAL TABERNACLE 

Cam* ot D«flu Km .ad Oanterimry Road 
PMtar: REV. HAROLD PEND BAY 
»-« a m.—Sunday School . . 11:00 a.m.-"A Second Chrtataaa" 

7:0S p.m. 

__Our Sunday School will Promt 

the CHARACTERS of CHRISTMAS SPEAK" 

_ “"Ptring Service ot Mule and Recitation 


JPKmiC CHURCH OF PEMTECOST 

Wtor A. Mrlraa 

I:t5 a.m.—ChrlaUaa Education 
11:00 a.m.—Morning Worship. 

I’M p.m—Annual Christmas Sunday School Concert. 

_' You "*** *» w * tcorn * > *t the rriandty Church ta the Capital CBy*' 


Mary Black, left, and Ann Kelly, right, 
pause after fencing duel as disc 


jocky Bob Boving holds crossed foils. 
—(Jeffrey Pinniger) 


Carols Change 
Sunday Service 

Hiemi will be no 9:30 a.m. 
Sunday service in St Join’s 
Anglican Church because at the 
joint oard service, with First 
United Church congregation In 
St John’s, at 7 pjn. Sunday. 


'Incredible Joy’ 
St. Ann’s Score 


GOSWORTH COMMUNITY CHURCH 

Oeraer Goiwortt a ad Bnrtra 
■The Place to Find a Friend” 

■:45 a-m.—Bible Studiei 
11:00 a.m.—MORNING WORSHIP 
Prayar Meeting Tbnraday Night 
'The Lawman'* Cta-cfa" 


UNITARIAN 
CHURCH of VICTORIA 

1M Superior St 
SPECIAL 

CHRISTMAS SERVICE 

Hour, Poetry and Children'* 
Dedication Service 
One Servka Only at U am. 
CoBrra and OonvereatUn Afiarmrda 
Thera will he No Service on 
Sunday, December 28th 


Dr. Emma M. Smiley teaching 
THE NEWNESS OF NOW at 

VICTORIA TRUTH CENTRE 

11:00 a^n.—“IT'S CHRISTMAS” 

THEBE WILL BE NO EVENING SERVICE 
1M1 PORT ST. »JVH LIFE LOVINGLY ail Wei 


By DON GAIN 

A true joy that could have 
taken the windows off the 
place. This is how Sister 
Margaret O'Donnell described 
the festival which marked the 
end of ihe first phase of the 
Enrichment Program for stu¬ 
dents of St. Ann’s school, 
which began Oct. 1. 


fashion show, public speeches, 
a lfi-mm. film the students 
made themselves, titled A 
Walk Through Beacon HiH 
Park, and a demonstration of 
fencing. 

The sister explained the 
creations wePB made possible 
by the Involvement of con¬ 
cerned adults who came to 
the school each Wednesday 
afternoon and evening to work 
with the girls. 

"Hie program will be ex¬ 
tended and continued into the 
second semester, beginning in 
late January," she added. 

Hie festival test week was 
enlivened by Ihe visit of the 
musical group from the Bar¬ 
bary Banjo and by a disc 
jockey from radio station 
GIVI, Bob Boving. 


An interesting and intensive 
part of the enrichment pro¬ 
gram was the section on 
careers. 

Sister Margaret said tt 
offered intensive counselling 
about future ohoioea for 15 
girls. Hie com-se was organ¬ 
ized by three of toe girls' 
mothers who arranged for 
students to do on-the-job work 
at various businesses or to 
take explanatory courses 
given by IBM, the Family and 
Children's Service, Saanich 
Folioe and St. Joseph’s Hospi¬ 
tal. 


7 A Sell Healleg 
VL/ Nissan 

OEIGINAL CHRISTIAN DOOmm 
> Serrtera: U Era., liM w-m. 


NAZARENE 


VICTORIA 
Quadra and Kings 

Be*. W. r. Bailee. MlelMar 
S8S-4SM 

esquimalt 

886 C Ynlgflower Road 
lav. Nirmee Fa*. MlaWer. 

sa-wt 

Services: 

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


m 9t45 a.m.—Sunday Sebaal Clams 
Far All Agas 

1.00 a.m.—Moraine Warship. 

7*30 p.m.—Will tbo Jaws Rebuild Tfaoir Tomplo 


Sister Margaret, who co¬ 
ordinated the program, said 
she was impressed by the 
"incredible joy among the 
kids.” 

“Hie teenagers shared what 
they’ve been creating sinci 
we started,” she explained. 

Hiere were displays of 
baskets, sculpture, patterns, 
knitting, oil paintings and 

There was a stage show, a 


Vietnam Victims 
Aided by Pope 

VATICAN CITY (UPI) — Pope 
Paid VI has donated $15,000 for 
aid to the war wounded in Viet¬ 
nam, the Italian new* agency 
ANSA reports. 

It said the pontiff presented 
hie gift to South Vietnamese 
prelates when they visited the 
Vatican in October. 


Knrai ax iluhiiid 
Sunday Baboo) — litt an 

11:00 a.m. —Breaking of 
Bread 
!:M pjn. 


in JirnsalBM? 


FAITH TEMPLE 


The 25 resource people and 
parents attended the festival. 
“We really rejoiced in what 
we had,” Sister Margaret 
said. 


REV. BEG. OSBBOL SUGGENTBi 
Yon Plan the Day with tj* 

• tt a.m—:V*>n in Sunday School a 11 a.m —Com 
Bla Star 
• 1 PJL— 

* Old Fashioned, living, QjalJansIng, Changing. G 
* Soul Stirring Inspiring Mu.lc 

JOIN U8 THIS WEEK 
_CAPITAL CITY FAMILY CHURCH 


PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 


Retiring Analican Archdeacon, 


“GOD WITH US” 

Nnraery Cara 

■**- A. M Beat—, h 4 


HUMBOLDT ad BUMMAKD STREETS 
I.-IM UTM 

1!:M A.M.—CffWtmiAS CAROLS 
Sarmon: Bishop Deny. A. G. Ranldlor, 0D. 

Tltt T M —THE FESTIVAL OF UWNONB AND CAROLS 
IN GAN DLIUGHT 

IkoiMm at Janra Bay IdM Chan* aad IMm al Bnyal 
■adlaa Sea Oadata, Katram*. Aba, *irini.. Iran tha 


Sexton to become his assistant 
and to act as archdeacon of the 
diocese. 

One thing Archdeacon Forth 
believes the church must stress 
is the involvement of youth. 

"Unless the church can in¬ 
volve the young, it wiH become 
institution,” he 


Ecumenical churches on Van¬ 
couver Island “may well set a 
pattern for the future,” Arch¬ 
deacon John Forth said on his 
retirement last week. 

The A nglican archdeacon 
believes the unity of the Chris¬ 
tian Church is more important 
than mere organic union, al¬ 
though he feels that, wherever 
possible, the existing denomina¬ 
tions should merge into one 
great body. 

“In the past few years the 
Roman Catholic Church, the 
United Church and the Anglican 
Church have combined to build 
ecumenical churches in the new 
towns on the Island, and they 
are new planning on doing the 
same thing at Port Renfrew 
with the addition of the Pre#h£-. 
terian Church,” he said. "Hits 
may well set a pattern for the 
future.” 

FORTY YEARS 

Forty years ago the church 
and parish hall were the centre 
of community activities but this 
has changed, the archdeacon 
Said. 

“The church is also becoming 
more involved in social action, 
and perhaps the role of the 
clergy will be that of educating 
and Inspiring the laity to take a 
greater part in the ministry of 
the church,” he said. 

Archdeacon and Mrs. Forth 
left Tuesday for Arcadia, Calif., 
where they will spend three 
months visiting their daughter, 
Elizabeth, a recent graduate of 
UCLA. They will return to 
Victoria. 

This is the third time the 
archdeacon ha* retired. He 


ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

P—rin»ii— IliiEM. SI. al i™>*» 

Ute Very Rev. J. U W. McLean. CD.. HA.. D.D. 

TIM Re*. Bruce J. Motley. M.A.. B.D., M.Th. 

11 —“JESUS IN THE DARK”—Dr. MeLun 

White Gift Service . . . ChrlMme. Mu.lc 

7 p.n.—CAROL SERVICE—Mr. Mtlley 
THURSDAY—CHRISTMAS DAY SERVICE—10 «.m 

VISITORS WELCOME 


THE REFORMED EPISCOPAL CHURCH 


N* i Victoria Citadel Corps. 

78? Pandora Avenue 
MAJOR AND MBS. J. B. Wood 
(Corps Officer*) 

I:AS am.—Sunday School and Bible Clara. 

11:00 &.m.—Christmas Family Service 

1:00 p.m.—Sunday School Chriitmu Service. Tbit rarvlca will be pul 
on by the variou. branches at the Y.P. Corps, and will Include 
e Manger Scene Tableau, Vocal end Instrumental Music, 
under the direction at tin. V. Kendall. 

CHRISTMAS DAY SERVICE AT 
ESQUIMALT CORPS—10:30 A-M. 


a declining 
explained. 

“Youth are vitally Inters ted in 
religion, but they have grown 
out of touch with the formal 
presentation of it as revealed in 
the existing church. Somehow 
we must recapture the imagina¬ 
tion and faith of our young 
people and get them involved In 
the continuing mission of the 
church.” 

Archdeacon Forth, a native of 
England, was ordained in May, 
1929, and served as a mission¬ 
ary in the diocese of Frederic¬ 
ton, N.B. 

FOUR PARISHES 

In this charge he was respon¬ 
sible for four parishes which 
had been combined because of 
the depression, and he had 16 
After three 


-FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. 

Quadra at Mim* Rev. Join A. Watson, B.A., B.D. 

i. X. TvnatalL OrgmniV and Directs at Murio 

Church School—11 a-m. 

Christmas Day Broad cant—GKDA, II a.m. 

II:M a-m.—Htemen of Advent 

(4) “GOD’S GREAT LOVE” 

Guest Soloist: John H. Smith 
The Choir presents The Cantata “Bethlehem's Babe” 
7:30 p.m. 


VICTORIA ALLIANCE CHURCH 


1MB Yates Street Rev. C. R. Alton 
Interim Pastor 

FINAL SERVICES 

At the Yates Street Church 

CHRISTMAS SUNDAY 

9:45 A.M.—Sunday School 

11:00 A.M.-”THE WISDOM OF THE WI8EMEN” 
7:00 P.M.—"GIVING’S GREATEST and MOST 
GLORIOUS EXAMPLE” 

Carol Singing and Special Music 
You Are Cordially Invited to Worship With Us 


Fellowship mad Regular Baptist Church 

CENTRAL BAPTIST 


m Pandora Ave. Rev. John M. Moon, Pastor 

'We Prtach Christ Crucified, Risen, and Coming Again ” 

CHRISTMAS SUNDAY SERVICES 

9:45 a.nL—Sunday School for All Ages 
11:00 a.m.—Special Family Service 
Subject—“GOD’S EARTH-WALK!” 

7.-00 p-m. — “THE APPEAL OF CHRISTMAS” 

With Seasonal Sang Ministry from Ihe Youth Choir 


stations to serve, 
years he was made rector of 
the parish of Newcastle, N.B., 
where he remained until he 
became a chaplain in the 
Canadian Army at the beginning 
of the Second World War. 

He went overseas with the 
Third Canadian Division and 
remained • with them until the 
end of the war. He was one of 
14 chaplains who landed with 
the invasion forces on D Day forj 
was awarded the MBE for j 
outstanding services. 

He remained with the army of ^ 
occupation as .the Principal 
Chaplain and returned to 
flew Royal. He Canada in 1946. He continued to 
_ position in 1963 serve with the armed force* 

He came to Victoria at the |of St. Martin-in-the Fields and and was asked by Archbishop until his retirement in 1960. 


WE ARE MOVING 

ViM fltrmt property hi* bran Ml*. Neil Saatej, Dec. SB, 
■ervtora trill he heM at ear rawly ii*Sr 4 bonding 
17*1 Twwite) Mira* — toot an ncraiara Krad 4 


Christmas Day “Family Carol Service' 

11 KM A.M. 

"O ootne let us adore Him, Christ the Lord!" 


EMMANUEL BAPTIST 


FERNWOOD AT GLADSTONE 
Rev, Norma* K. Archer, B.D., A.L.B.C. 

9:30 a.m. 

FAMILY SERVICE 

11:00 a-m. 

Customs of Christmas (S) 

“SING THE CAROLS’' 

4:00 p.m. 

CAROLS BY CANDLELIGHT 

Thursday, December 25 at 11:00 a.m. 

CHRISTMAS MORNING SERVICE 


Witnesses Gathering Here 


9:45—Sunday School 


Pastors: 
Rev Pul Hawkes, 


About 1,300 Jehovah’s Wit¬ 
nesses are gathering in S. J. 
Willis junior high school this 
weekend for a special training 
convention. 

Attending are Witnesses on 
Southern Vancouver Island from 
Ladysmith south. Two weeks 
ago a like number from the 
northern part of the Island 
gathered in Courtenay. 

Theme of the weekend con¬ 
vention is Right Kind of Minis¬ 


ter*. Watch Tower Society rep- work planned during the next I 
resentatives attending are six months, according to Leif I 
William Veenstra of Toronto, Rosvold, 2936 Wascana, who isj 
district supervisor of 150 con- in charge of publicity. 

'Included will be methods of 


The convention opened at 6 :45 
p.m. Friday and continued 
through the evening with talks 
and a service meeting. 


7 —You Won’t Want to Mil 


★ THE FILM: “THE OTHER 
WISE MAN” 

★ Sped*) Christmas Manic 

★ The Christmas Story Told 
Specially to Children — with 
Pantomime 


384-7633 


gregations in B.C. 


and Eric 

Nelson, circuit supervisor of 13 teaching respect for law, family 
congregations on Southern unity, proper channeling of 
Vancouver Island. youth's energy and Initiative, 

★ ★ ★ personal responsibility In 

The convention will include a spiritual matters and fulfilment j 


At 10 a.m, today new minis¬ 
ters will be baptized by total 
immersion In water at a tank 
set up at Kingdom Hall, 1095 
Joan Crescent. 

There will be a special puhlic 
discourse at 3 p.m. Sunday on 
True Worship Versus th* Falsa 


seminar in community service of Bible prophecies marking this 
for its ministers to provide generation as the one that will 
special training and Impetus for see the Biblical Armageddon.'' 


Ileoember *5—10 a.m.— 
Family Service of Worship 

















/ 




Bnffn <Kntimt*t Victoria, B.C., Saturday, p*c. 20, 19&9 


United Church 


ANGLICAN SERVICES 

ADVENT IV 


CHCJBDH 


Christ Church 
Cathedral 


8:00—Holy Communion 

9:30—Family Eucharist 
Instruction: 

The Rev. Roy Hoult 

11:80—Sung Eucharist 

Sermon: 

The Rev. G. H. Dowker, D.D. 

4.-00—Festival of Mine 
Lessons Carols. 

Monday and Tuesday 
Mattins at 9.-00 am. and 
Evensong at 5:15 p.m. 
Holy Communion on Tuesday 
at 11:00 a.m. 


Rev. Robert 4. D. Morria 
Guest Organist: 
Roger Stranger 
• Delayed Broadcast— 
7:00 p.m.—CKDA 


TORONTO (UPI) —' A group of students at the 
University of Toronto Friday condemif&l “silent sup¬ 
port” it claimed the United Church of Canada is giv¬ 
ing the Arab terrorist organization, El Fatah. 

Hie group, Students for " 

Israel, based this charge on a Arab terrorism of this sort Is 
rooent Issue in the official less than total support 

. „ u — . _ for the extermination of the 

organ of the United Church, the Jewiah ^ citizens. 

Observer. The Observer, the pro- TONng mUQ „ 

Israel group said, told its _, w _,_, ^ 


ia St. John’s Anglican 
Cbnrch 

“LESSORS IN 
CAROLS” 

★ * * * * 
CHRISTMAS EVE 
FAMILY SERVICE 

AND BAPTISMS 
December M—1JW p.m. 

in On Chapel 


ST. JOHN’S 


QOADRA AT MASON 


an arganfaatJon called toe Rad bean solloitylng hinds for 
fresco* Society, which would refugees which go to the Red 
forward the funds to toe Arab Oreacent Society, 
refugees. “Toronto's version of the El 

Stephen Rosen, a spokesman Fatah, despite official prcpa- 
for the Students of Israel, said *■"*■ to the contr ary, h as 1 
the Red Orescent Society was a consistently made its Tktalt Hxi s, 

“front of the El Fatah.” c ><* r "*** ***** 

that it will settle for nottita* 
PHONE CAUL less than the destruction of 


8M S.m.—Holy ( ammunloa 
9:3© a.m.—Family Service 
anil 

Church Mmol 
11:00 a.m.—MsUili 
Sermon: The Rector 

Nunrery hdlllM >1 bod, ■ ■ 
and 11:00 

7 M p.m. 

The Ceremony at the Nine 
Lesson* and Carols 
CHRISTMAS SERVICES 

Clriilnu Evn.: 

Hi* B-m.—fjfaag Ear ha Hit 
Chrlatma. Day: 


Faadara mt Daidn Mml 
(ssi sm a> nan 
“For ■ Closer Walk 
Wttfc Cod-’ 

Minister: 

hv. Albert E. Kla«. a.S. 


i 9:lfi a-m. 
Orlstmas Communion 
(Followed by Coffee Hour) 

11* am. 

Christmas 
Family Service 

Rev. Albert E. King ' 

Bole lata Dawn Brnoti and 
Brtty ainrUlr ’ 

l* p.m. 

Ghristmit Music 

Soiolat: Dour Pilot 
Wednesday, Dec. Slth 

Nathrlfy Pageant 

at 11:18 p.m. 


ridge and Dean Halliweli, chief librar¬ 
ian, Major Hugh Tilley, public rela¬ 
tions officer far Salvation Army, 
right, made presentation. 


Four volumes of The History of the 
Salvation Army were presented re¬ 
cently to University of Victoria li¬ 
brary. Shown receiving them, from 
left, UVlc President Dr. Bruce Part- 


ST. MARY’S 

EUDf ROAD 

Tha Paras Chwch a* Oak Bay 
7U* Vrt Hr-*i J. Jcoaa. L.TV 
Rsetor 

8:30 a.m.—Holy Communion 
11:00 a.m.—Mattins 

Preacher: Die Rector 
.1:0© pjn—-CAROL 
SERVICE 
No Sunday School 
CHRISTMAS EVE. 

11:00 p.m.—Choral 

Conun union 
CHRI8TMAS DAY 
7:00 a.m.—Holy Communion 
8:3Q a.m.—Holy Communion 
11:00 a.m.—Mattins and 

Family Service 
12:00 noon—Holy Communion 
Friday—(St. Stephen's Day) 
10:30 a m. -Holy Commurrinn 


Reluctant Monk 
Recovered 
Out in Desert 


Built in Ninth Centu 


of two centuries, it was locked 
in a vault as a precious relic. 

Now Pope Paul VI must 
decide how to dispose of it. 
The chair has been identified 
by a panel of experts as 
dating from no earlier than 
the ninth century. 


Lorenzo Bernini in the 17th 
century. 

Msgr. Michele Maccarrone, 
head of toe oommiaaion. told 
newsmen Thursday that the 
chair will be given protective 
treatment Beyond that Vati¬ 
can sources said, toe future of 
the chair is the Pope's 
concern. 

The commission included 
scientists and experts of many 
disciplines, among them some 
Protestants. 

Maccarrone said carbon 


dating and other test* put toe 
age of toe chair around the 
middle of the ninth century, 
and there were grounds to 
believe it may have been the 
coronation throne of the Em¬ 
peror Charles the Bald. 


VATICAN CTTY (UPI) — In 
St. Peter’s Basilica, In a 
special baroque shrine, there 
stands a chair venerated by 
Roman Catholics for centuries 
as one that may have been 
used by toe apostle Peter. 

Popes of old used toil chair 
for a throne. For one period 


CAIRO (UPI) — Three bishops have found a 
Coptic monk who fled into the desert to avoid pro¬ 
motion, church officials said Friday. 

Metaiss A1 Souriany, secretary to Pope Kyrol- 
los VI of Alexandria and all Africa, vanished Wed¬ 
nesday when the church leader said he would be 
ordained bishop of the govemorate of Damietta. 

The Pope, who heads Egypt’s 5,000,000 Copts, 
sent three bishops to find Souriany. 

Church officials said the bishops found the 
monk in seclusion in the Alsuryan monastery at 
Wadi Alnatroun, 100 miles from Cairo. 

Church sources said the pope was so moved he 
may now let the monk devote his life to prayer at 
the monastry and appoint another as bishop._ 


CENTENNIAL 

UNITED CHURCH 

fl«ia Hd. at David St. 
(•lipoalta Colony Motor Ian) 
Violator —Rot. John T rat la 

- Christwai Sioday - 

Dec. list 

11 am.— SERVICE OF 
LESSONS and CAROLS 

Music by Senior and 
Teen Choirs 

7 pan.—C.O.I.T. CHRIST¬ 
MAS VESPER SERVICE 
Social Hour Follows 


The chair was enshrined in 
1666 and looted out of sight 
until 1867, when it was 
displayed for a few days 
during the 18th centenary 
observances of the death of 
St Peter. 

Dae commission said the 
legs and base were added in 
the 12th or 13th century to 
carry the chair around 


"W »»d Maynard Banda 

8 «««tn« Qimaant, ( adbar. Bay. 

Tan Miv Patnt and 1T r‘—li 
XKdort Tfcr Bn*. Canana C. T. ■**>» 

8:00 a.m—Holy Communion 
8:30 a.m.—Young Church 
9:30 a.m.—Sunday School 
11:00 a.m.—Morning Prayer 

Preacher: Rt Rev. a E. Hlvtn 

7:30 p.m —Christmas 

Cantata 

(tan Nativity Story) 


A scientific commission ap¬ 
pointed by Pope Paul In July, 
1968, reported Thursday that 
no part of the chair was old 
enough to data from St 
Peter's tone. 

The question new is whether 
toe Pope should leave toe 
chair i n toe magnifloent 
shrine built for it by Giovanni 


Junior Choir 
Trinity Treat 


K of C Plans 
Dance Night 


Church members of all de¬ 
nominations are invited to the! 
communion service at 9:30 p.m. 
Christmas Eve 


Citv and District Churches 


Trinity 

Presbyterian Church, 2964 Tilli- 
cum. 

Sunday's 9:30 am. family 


Ghoire Combine 1 

Seven Lessons with Carols 
will be sung by the senior and 
junior choir* at St. Matthias', 
Anglican Church, 1670 Richard¬ 
son, at 4 p.m. Sunday. Eric 
Edwards choirleader and 
organist, will conduct. 


tihpinos Hold A New Year’s Eve dance will | 

* be held at St. Patrick's Church 

Holiday Party 2380 T 7 nt -.. from M p - m 

•S to 2 a.m., under the sponsorship 

Filipino residents of Victoria of the Knight* of Columbus. Die 
and Vancouver Island are hold- Mello Tones will supply the 
ing a Christmas party at the music and tickets are 815 a 
Beachcomber at 7 pm. today, couple. Bert Fogden at 384-0384 


— Christmas Day — 

It a.m. 

CHRISTMAS FAMILY 
WORSHIP 


ST. PHILIPS 


CNnrtui 


Car t»Mr<in> aa* Hrfl 
OAK MT 

Tto> IriwM Jaba Vlckkera 

SUNDAY, DEC. 21 
8:30 a.m.—Holy Cnmnuniao 
11.00 a-m—WHITE GIFT 
SERVICE 

7:W p.m. CHRISTMAS 

CAROL SERVICE 

CHRISTMAS 

SERVICES 

Dec. 24—CHRISTMAS EVE 

6:30 p.m.—Children's 
Pageant 
11:30 p.m.—Midnight 

Communion 

Dec. 25—CHRISTMAS DAY 
8:30 a.m.—Holy Communion 
10:00 a.m.—Holy Communion 
and Blessing for 
the family 


JAMBS RAY imtTRD CHURCH 
Michigan and Mercdti Street* 
Rev. K. M. Wood. BA. BD. 381-6888 
Mr. Roland Wetmtor, organist 
11 am.- Morning iervlca and Swday 
School. 


UNIVERSITY CHAPEL 
AT QUADRA 
1095 Tolmie at Jackson 

Sunday: 

• :45 a-ia.—Maaday School and Bible 

Clam. 

U:M ana—Family Bible Hour. 

Rim day School participation 
Speaker: Qmrle* Bllngton," 
"Chrtrtmaa Meaaapa." 

7:00 p.m.—Tha Lord't Suppar. 

I^STVin—Special Sroday SAoei con¬ 
cert. 

Wednesday meeting cancelled in f>*or 
of Cbrtatmu Day aervlca. 

TTaraday: 

11:00 a m.—Chris bn aa Day atrrtc*. 

Dr R Sutherland, OavMl 


one Bui No. 8 leaves Douglas at 
Yates lor Church at 10:45 a.m. 
Organl».t and Director of Music: 
Mr. Isn WfatmacoO. AR-C.T. 


CADBORO RAY UNITED CHURCH 
2S2& Arbutus Bnad 
Rev. C Leighton Straight, R.A. 
11:00 a.m—Oiriatmss service. 

dun* actual ages 1-A 
Child care. 

7: JO p.m. -C.G.LT. Vaaar aarrtc*. 
Car v in g Cadbaro Bay pnd Uplands 


Nazarene Church 


HIE CHURCH OF 

ST. A1DAN 

IDalled 4 fcnrah a| Cured*) 

WiT-' al Cedar RIO Oraaa Head 

Ilaly*rally Area Ckarah 
M Water: Rev. J. Roe Allan 
Dtractor of Mualc: Mrs. Vera Barclay 
B :3e and 11:00 a.m, 
Ckiktraae Family Worship 

No S.B. Classes 

7 ISO p.m. 

Oandlellgbk Carol Service 

Both Choir* 

Dec. 241b—11:30 p.m. 
Chrlatma* Eve Midnight 
Service 

Conducted by the Young People 

Dec. Uto—18:91 a-m. 
cbrlstmaa Family Service 


GORDON UNITED CHURCH 
■B Guldstroam A**., Langtord 

AJao ssrvr, Ooiaraod. Melrboalo 
•v Oaufttay Q. Smith. B.A, 8ft 
Kingiwaod Rd. ITS-M 

omlne worship: 9:80 a m., U am. 
Child care at hoU services. 

HI C: 9:10 a m. 

Chare* school: U am. 


MONO and 
STEREO . 


VICTORIA GOSPEL CHAPEL 
935 Pandora Avenue 


LUTHERAN 


today: 

■:lo am-Sunday school a 
dan 

11:15 a m.—Breaking of Bread. 
7:00 p.m—Oo^al eerrine 


LUTHERAN CHURCH OF 
THE CROSS 

Cadar Hill tad Cedar Hill Cnjssruad 
Allred J. C. Johnson, pator, 477*851 
10:00 am.—Divine Wonou* Samoa 
U:0S am— Sunday school. Children and 
adulta 

Chriilmaa Eve Dec 34th 
10:00 nm-Csndllight aarvtoe 

CJuiatma* Day Dec. 25th 

U:M am —Dlvtoa wondd® aerrtca. 


The Christmas cantata, Night 
of Miracles by John Peterson, 
will be presented at 7 p.m. 
Sunday to the First Church of 
toe Nazireae, Quadra and 
Kings. 

Winnie Westmaoott is direct¬ 
ing toe choir which wiH be ac¬ 
companied by Carolyn Geibel- 
haus. Soloists will be Mrs. 
Mabel Anderson. Laurie Hunt, 
Willard Schneider, Tom Ander¬ 
son and Glen Parker. 

A family servioe will be held 
at 11 a.m. oo Christmas Day 
with Dr. C E. Thomson, retired, 
founder and president of Cana¬ 
dian Nazarene CoDage speaking 1 
os guest pastor 

A New Year's Eve watchnlght i 
and oomraunkn service will be' 
held in the church at 11 p.m. 
Dec. 31. 

The church'o pastor. Rev. 
William Bohan, Bold toi* servioe 
ia one of toe highlight! of toe 
church’s activities. 

"Membere and friend* gather 
to recall spiritual blessing* of 


(lie new year receiving the 
Lord's Supper," he said. 

"Die people find this service 
to be a strong source of 
spiritual strength as they face 
the new year with God." 


OAKLANDS CHAPEL 

ramwaod and Cedar Bill 


9:10 A.m.—BreaMns of Brea*. 

U:H a.m.—Family Bitie Hoar and Sun¬ 
day 8<*od 

aPMAXKR: Dr. Donald 
7:00 p.m.—Sunday School CMfatmM pro- 
grain 

TTwr* will b« no meeting TTmraday 
evening. 


8:00 a.m.—Holy Communion 
10:30 a.m.—Morning Prayer 

4:00 p.m.—Christmas Carol 
Service 

Thursday— 

10:30 a Jn.—Holy Communion 


GRACE ENGLISH 
LUTHERAN CHURCH, L.CJL 
isn rati st m-sw 

(Acran from Central Junior High) 
Pastor: Rav. David H. Matzger 
Organ at: Mia. Ruth Jonaa 

The Eally Servica -- 9:W a Ml 

Sunday Cbnrch School ..31:09 a.m. 


For A Brighter , More 
Meaningful Christinas! 

CHRISTMAS CARDS 

With Scripture 
Text*. Box.(1.28 

Bargain Lota. 10 for 40c 


Belmont Ave. United 

Belmaal Ay*, at Pctnbrefc* Street 
Rav. Murray Henderacn. B.A. 
Organlal: 14ri W. Ralph 
Director: Mr. Bert Morar 

11:00—Christmas Music 
aa Infaota to U 

7 :«0-»C.G.I.T. Vesper Service 
HI C and Kalraa 

"A Priendly Community Chureh" 


Customs 

Shown 


ROSS BAY GOSPEL BALL 
Comer ol May and Joaeph straala 
Sunday 


l.U are.—WoraUp and Breaking of 
Bread. 

[1:10 a.m.—Sunday arhool and tamlly 
Bhla Hour. Speklter, Mr. A 

7:M p.m—Goapel aarvlre. Speaker, Mr. 


SUNDAY SCHOOL 
SUPPLIES 


The young people of the 
Salvation Army Victoria Citadel, 
Corps at 757 Pandora will 
present a cantata, Carols and 
Custom* of Chrlatmai Around 
the World, at the 7 p.m. Sunday 
service 

countries will be 


"J M*d when they aaid to ma: 
Let ua go Into tha Bom of Ore Lord I 
via tore to Victoria ana wetaomel 


Christian 
Book Room 

Phono 384-7534 

NOW AT 631 JOHNSON STREET 


Write for FREE St-Page 
Catalogue 

Mail Orders Given Special 
Attention 


7:48 am.—MatUua 

8:00 am.—Buty ConBaureka 

am.—Hc4y BactJam and Sung 


HOPE LUTHERAN CHURCH 
MISSOURI SYNOD 
l«l Carrlck St. at Dau are 
■D* L. It C.rtaan. paatur, 583-2308 


WESTVTZW OOBPEL CHAPEL 
U] Bnuawfek Plaoa 
tiland Bwy. at TUUeum Rd- 

^am.—The Lcrd'i Soppar 
0 am-—SuiMay teboat and I 

8 pm.—Gowrt aervlce. Speaker, 
flallnpri Quartet. 


ST. DAVID BY-THE-SEA 

6182 Cordova Bay Rd. 

Merry Xmas 
Everyone 
SUNDAY* DEC. 21 

8 .‘00 a m.—Holy Communion 
18:30 a.m.—Family 

Communion 

7:30 p.m.—Carol Festival 

XMAS EVE. 

11 .-00 p.m.—Holy Eucharist 

XMAS DAY 

8:00 a.m.—Holy Communion 
10:30 a.m.—Family 

Communion 

H- Gordon Walker, Rector 
Peter Wilkinson, Aiaodata 


Various 

represented by young people in 
costume and native card* will 
be sung. Biblical scenes will be 
presented in tableaux and toe 
congregation will be invited to 
join in toe singing of well- 
known carols. 


7:91 pm.—Solemn Rvenaong and 
Sarmrei 

HOLY COMMUNION DAILY 
7 06 are.—Tuea. 

7 30 am.—Mon.. Thura., Sat 
9:30 am—Wed.. FrL 
Reokr: 

Tha Rev. Cam® a T. Page. M.A. 
HM97I 

The Rev. X C Mo—, P9UJ., AaaL 


Sunday School and 

BtUa CUa*...*:U are. 

WoreWp tervicei: 

Sunday ..U:00 am. 

A chsrch of "The Lutheran Hour'' and 
"TUa la frie Ufa” 


MILNES LANDING GOSPEL CHAPEL 
Sunday: 

9:30 am.-Rreiday achoaL 
f:4S p.m.—Family hour. 


GOOD SHEPHERD LUTHERAN 
CHURCH 

2815 Cedar H1U Road. (SS-8M1 I 
8*v. P«M KMtai, paator. 
ftlak aervtoa, 9 S are.; Oarman rer- 
!. 19:30 am.; Sunday achoaL 10:30' 


NOTICE TO 

CHURCH DISPLAY 

AND 

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISERS 


CHURCH or CHRIST 
3480 Staalhaurne St 
Bible al.nil, 9-.4S are. 
Warning werahtp, U am. 
Evening wrrahip 7:00 pm. 
17P4SU — 47? MSI 


ST. SAVIOUR’S 

tan mat Gatherin' w. t Vletorta Well 

Rector: 

Rev. P. V. Atkinson 
8:00 a.m.—Holy Communion 
10:00 a m.—Holy Eucharist 
1st snd 3rd 
Mattins. ted and 4th 


Pope's Itinerary- 
Filled by Masses 


CHROrr LUTHERAN CHURCH 
OF THA REFORMATION 
R. H Ooatjab polor, 4TVW4 

Worehlpplng al W8D Quadra 
Sunday School and Cnurch 
10 am. 


SOCIETY OF FRIEND* 
(Quaker.) 

MEETING FOR WORSHIP 
RUMMY. 11 AM. 
VISITORS WELCOME 

ltn FERN STRAIT 


VATICAN CTTY (UPI) — The ------ 

Vatican said Wednesday Pope IT • 

Paul will celebrate Christmas UDlVCrSC 

mass to A Homan church and at 

toe Vatican. There had been A f- Plllnit 

speculation he would go outside i*.!' M. Uipil 

Rome ‘ la toe universe, including 

* * * man, evolved by atomic force? 

The announcement said the This question will be dls- 

pontiff will celebrate mass at cusaed at 31 a.m. Sunday in the 
midnight Oiristma* Eve in the Fil * church of Christ. Scien- 
Biatlna Chapel for teptaman ttat, Chambers at Pandora, 
accredited to toe Holy Sm. The leaaaMcrnwn contains 

On Christmas mnrntin he will mta nnw Erctn Revelation: 
oAclete at a ma«* ft* **We glv* thee thanks, O Lord 

psriahkxiera at toi churoh,of St. Ood AbnlgWy, which art, and 

wait, and art to oome; because 

* * * thou boat taken to thee thy 

Tha Pope win celebrate a great power, and haat reigned." 

third mass at 11 turn. Christmas A related passage from the 
Day in St. Peters Basilica, the denomlnat ional textbook, 


ST. LUKE’S 


OHURCH PAGE 
PUBLICATION 
AND COPY DEADLINE 
ADVANCED 


(Canter Oder Hill and 
Odar HU1 X Bondi 
Swing the Cadar H1U, Shriboum*. 
Richmond arta Uolrerrtty Area 

Ractnr: 

Tha Venrrahl* C K. F. Wotfl 
ADVENT IV 

8:0Q a.m.—Holy Communiori 
9:30 a.m.—The Family 
Eucharist 

11:00 a.m.—Morning Prayer 
7d)0 p.m.— Evensong (said) 
7 :M p.m.—Advent Dsrol 
8crvlce 


SAANICH COMMUNTTY CHURCH 
Or THE MENNOMTE BRETHREN 
P*Jtor Jobs W. Batrg 
1983 Birch wood SL Ph *n*Q1 

Bub., 10:30 a.re.—Morning worahlp, 


ETANOKUOAL nXE CMC BCH 


PARISH OF 
ST. DUNSTAN 

Ban Juan and Tyndall Ave. 

SUNDAY, DEGEMBER 21 

8 rOO a.m.—Holy Communion 
8:30 a.m.—Family Servioe 
11:00 a.m. Morning Prayer 
7:30 pan.—Congregational 
Carol Servioe 

(Not* Tim* Change) 

Widnisday, Daaaabar 24 

11:30 p.m.—Midnight 
Eucharist 

Tkirtday, Daotiabar 26 

CMristmas Day 

8:00 a an.—Holy Communion 
10:30 a-m.—Family Service 
11:30 k.m.—Hoty Communion 
(said) 


OPEN DOOR SPIRITUALIST CMUIKM, 
MOO COOK. SUNDAY, T:S#, SPECIAL 
SERVICE AND MUSIC W*D. DEC. 
34, NO SERVICE ATTEND THE 


Owing to the Christmas hoiJi- 
day the Church Pages will 
appear in toe Colonist and 
Times of 


Otk Bay Unltid Ckarth 

Mitchell and Granite 


FAIRFIELD 
UNITED OHUROH 


Rev. Alexander Colder 
Rav. D. B. Sparling, DJJ. 
Organist: R.’ W. Kroeger 


AIJ. ADVERTISING COPY WILL 
BE REQUIRED BY 


MlaUtar: Rav. H. W. Ear lay. 
&a.. RD.. Ph.D 
OrganUt and Director of Mutoc: 
LAN. B**dl«. MuaD. 


8:00 a.m.—Holy Communion 
11:00 a.m.—Holy Communion 
Church School 
7:30 p.m.—Carol Service 

R*v. ». K. (.rernhalgti. Rarfar 

ST. THOMAS’ 

Vaaalm.n Are. 

9:30 a.m.—Carol Service 

■w W. E orwakiigk. Rectar 


TWO CHRISTMAS 
SERVICES 

8:30 and liM 
"NO VACANCY” 
Chair Musical Bervloa 
Idt pan. 


CHRISTMAS 

SERVICES 


S 

































Eaton’s Closes 
Sat. at 5:30 p.m. 

to allow our Staff an 
evening with family 
and friends. 


*;.* It’sChri 


time at 


THWESTMOUf 

ton you 

DOWNTOWN 


Store Information 382-7141 


o’Clock 

Specials 


Light Up Somebody’s Christmas! 

33 Gifted Stars 


Only more 
Shopping Days 


On Sale, Saturday only, 9 a.m. to 
10 a.m. if Quantities last. Please, 
no Phone or Mail Orders. 


Light up your tree with some of the nicest gift ideas we could collect 
of music for the home, perfumes for women and fashions for men ... 


B Turkeys 

2 Eviscerated turkey* — Sorry, no storage, no dell- 
« very, no phone orders. Only 100 turkeys. Limit 
5 of 1 per family. ^ a q 

£ 9 o’CIock 8peclal l-t ^frajC 

| Per lb. Grade " 

Foods Lower Main Floor 


$ Panti-hose 

| Save 78c to 1,01, Reg. 1.75 to 3.00 — First qual- 
lty stretch nylon panti-hose in 2 styles, both with 
i reinforced panty and nude heel. In /\ ^ _ 
I Burnt Sugar shade. S. M. L XL. HMP 
1 0 O’CIock Special, each 

Hosiery, Main Floor 


I Flash Cubes and Film 

8 Save 1.53, Reg. 3.58 — 1 roll CX 128-12 expo- 

* sure with 1 package of flash cubes. _j f\f\ 
Limit of 1 per customer. I 

8 9 O’Oock Special, set 

Cameras and Accessories, Main Moor 


* "Poppin' Hoppies" 

2 As advertised on TV! Fun for the whole family 
... an action game that will keep 
5 you hopping! -I V W 

B 9 O’clock Special, each 
2 Toy land, lower Main Moor 


2 Christmas Lights 

V Zi Price Sale — Midget lights to brighten up 

I your OKristmas ... All in assorted colours. Pack¬ 
ages of 20s, 356 or 50s. 


Tensor Lamps 

High intensity desk lamps provide 
correct lighting in an attractive de¬ 
sign . . . transformer operated, all 
metal, in red, walnut or white, 
with chrome-plated arm. 

Complete with bulb. 4 __ 

Each 19.95 


Braun Auto Fans 

Beautifully designed and mechani¬ 
cally engineered fans compact, ef¬ 
ficient with virtually no sound. No 
turbulence, but they dear the air 
and defrost windows 
in minutes. 12 volt 

unit. Each 18.98 


Food Processor 

See the Demonstration 
Fri. 12 to 9 Sat. 9 to 5:S0 
Brauns most advanced food 
processing systems! Multi-purpose 
attachments includes whisker, 
dough hook, spatula and blender 
jug as a Christmas bopus. Power¬ 
ful 3-speed motor. 0 n on 

Each. oy.oy 

Small Appliances, Main Moor 
Home Furnishings Building 


Viking Radio 

Transistor AM radio built to del¬ 
iver top sound, strong reception! 
Heavy leather-clad case, buijt-in 
antenna, luggage type handle. Tone 
control and log scale 
dial. Model 

D9TRA146. Each 24.95 


BjfFClock Special tO & 

Trim-A-Home Shop, Main Moor 
Home Furnishings Building 


Gift Wrap 

Zt Price Sale — Choose from a wide assortment 
of gift wrap including 3 roil packs, single 
roils and flat 
wrap. 


I.amps, Main Moor 
Home Furnishings Building 


. a O’clock "I I II I tn 1 ' 

Special, each IU X., 

The Red Basket Shop, Main Moor 
Home Furnishings Building 


Automotive Accessories, Main Moor, 
Horae Furnishings Building 


Radios, Main Moor 
Home Furnishings Building 


Towel Sets 

Gift pretty and oh, so practical ... 
sets of tea towels or bath towels in 
novelty packs, some include salad 
bowls, soap dishes and other home 
accessories, all gift boxed. 


Transistor Radio 

11 transistor, deluxe AM/FM rad¬ 
io gives you music wherever you 
go . . . operates on battery or 
household current Handsomely 
clad in black leather 
case. Model No. r A 

D7TRW97. Each 59.95 

Home Entertainment Centre, Main Floor 
‘ Home Furnishing* Building 


Rubbermaid 

Caddy 

Revolving small parts caddy for 
the home workshop . . . keeps his 
accessories in easy-to-reach order. 
Model 2859 — strong plastic con¬ 
struction, measures 11V4” diamet¬ 
er, 10” high. 3 QQ 

2 trays. Each 3.^0 

Model 2858 — plastic small parts 
caddy with three trays. 4 QO 
Each T.70 

Hardware, Lower Main Moor 


Chocolates 


« Sport Shirts 

B Reg- 5.00 to 7-00. Save 3.00 to 6.00 — Long sleeved 
2 sportshlrts with regular or button down collars, 
m most are Permanent Press and Canadian made. 

1 Sizes S. M. L. XL. Limit of 3 per customer. 

2 8 O’CIock Special, each 

1 nr 9 fnr Q OH 


Collard and Bowser of London, 
England, chocolate collection “Pur¬ 
ple and Gold”, a plain 
chocolate assortment in a 

1-lb. box. Each, 2.25 


Men's Wear, Main Moor 


From 


Candies, Main Moor 


Household Linen*, Third Moor 


2 Boys' Jeans 

w 8ave 1.11, Reg. 3.00 — Tough, hardwearing, wash- 
5 a We jeans with regular waist for boys, o /-» 

2 In Blue only. Sizes 8 to 16. rSz’Jf 1 

« » O’clock Special, each UL/V -' 

Boy’s Wear, Third Moor 


Arrow Tune 


Viking Record 
Player 

The Viking Vagabond, Model No. 
Y9FM-211, this handsome manual 
player with separate tone and vol¬ 
ume control is avail¬ 
able in Teak or exeter 

finish. Each 29.95 

Home Entertainment Centre, Main Moor 
Home Furnishing* Building 


Chocolates and 
Candy 

Collard and Bowser’s “Best Wish¬ 
es” assortment of candies and 
chocolates ... a delicious gift so 
thoughtful at this time 
of year. In a V/-z lb. box. _ 

Each, 3.00 


So easy to use-it makes a practical 
gift for any boy or man. A complete 
engine tune up kit containing tim¬ 
ing light, compres- 
ion tester, remote 1 Q QO 

starter switch. Set, 1*7 .*70 

Automotive Accessories, Main Moor, 
Home Furnishings Building 


Folding 

Umbrellas 

For men and women. Manufac¬ 
tured with the utmost care to give 
you the best in fashion design and 
craftsmanship. With fine imported 
nylon covers, the men’s in black 
and women’s in prints and plains 
of many shades. They fit into a 
purse or brief case. 

Women’s Mini, each / .00 

Women’s Regular, each 8.00 
Men’s, 


2 Chanel No. 5 

Save 1.71, Reg. 5.5® — "Every woman alive loves 
* Chanel" so give her this Chanel No. 5g-* r*tr\ 
2 Purser for the gift she’ll love. 

| 9 O’clock Special, mm*. • 47 

Cosmetics, Msln Floor 


Candies, Main Floor 


| Brut for Men 

S Save 1.98, Reg. 5.95 — Brut . . . ru 
5 alive . . lotion for men in a 3.2-oz. 
2 cept the challenge! Brut by ( 

W Fabrege. 

5 0 O'clock Special, each 1 

Drug Sundries, Main Moor 


Satin Pillow 
Cases 

The ultimate luxury . . . sleek, 
smooth stain in pillow cases lav¬ 
ished with lace or appliqued trims 
and coloured gold, blue, q qq 
black and natural. Pair 0.9o 


Calendar Towels 

Use it for a wall hanging, it comes 
with a wood dowel . .. 1970 calen¬ 
dar featured on natural linen bor- 
dered in attractive design. Makes 
a thirsty tea towel on the last 

197l 1.69 and 1.79 

Household Linens, Third Moor 


Made MONDAY 
Dec. 22nd n 


Children's Books 

Save 81c, Reg. 98c — Enchantment for children 
aged 9 to 13 . . adventures, girls’ rt 

school stories, horse stories and many /-’MP 
others. 9 O’clock 8perlai, each 

Books, Main Moor 


:ach I J 

mhrrllHB, Main Moor 


Household Linens, Third Floor 


Boxed Stationery 

Here is a fine assortment at sta¬ 
tionery handsomely boxed for. gift 
giving . . . choose from vellums, 
linens, and Deckle papers, also 
florals and 

EST 1.75 to 5.00 

Stationery, Main Moor 


Pillow Cases 


| Candy Canes 

J Save 14c, Reg. 39 c — The Chrism a* tree dec- 
0 oration you eat! 6 candy cane* to a r- 
| package. 9 O’clock Special, feDQ 

Candy, Main Moor 


Something special... snowy white 
pillow cases embroidered with “His 
and Hers”, varied-coloured flow¬ 
ers of Perma Press cotton. Boxed 
ready for gift wrapping. 

Pair 5.98 


from the Book Department in our 
newly expanded Main Floor , . . 
it’s well worth browsing through 
now for such new books as: 

“Puppet on a Chain” by Alistair 
MacLean. A new .4 QC 

adventure. Each T 1 . s J 

"A Pocketful of Rye” by A. J. 
Cronin. New novel about / Qr 
the life of a.dR5PNw. Each O. ✓ D 

“The Friendship Book of Francis 
Gay, 1970” with an inspirational 
reading for every day 1 

of the year. Each I •dLj 

“Hallowe'en Party” by Agatha 
Christie. A new mystery A Qr 

for mystery fans. Each i./J 

Books, Main Floor 


Bissell Sweeper 

Save 3.0®, Beg. 13.96. Dalphineum Carpet sweep¬ 
er with all metal parts and Nylon brush for 
quick and easy pick up. _ _ 


Household Linens, Third Floor 


To give you extra time to finish 
your shopping there will be de¬ 
liveries made on Monday, Dec. 
22nd within the Greater Victoria 
area. Purchases made Saturday, 
Dec. 20th will be assured delivery 
before Christmas. 


Clothes Brush Set 


Blue only. , O QQ 

• O’Oock Special, each O.t/L/ 

Sweepers. Main Moor, Home Furnishings Building 


Parkers, Sheaffers and Paper- 
Mates. Gold plated, chrome or 
plastic ball points, pencils and 
fountain pens with a choice of nibs 
or choose a set of your favorite 
style. Gift boxed, each, 


The brush features sturdily set in 
Nylon bristles with a shoe horn 
handle. Gift boxed for men or 
women. 


Women's Sweaters 

Save 1.79, Reg. 4.9fl — Fully fashioned Acrylic 
pullovers feature mock turtle or crew necks. 
Colours Include white, blue, maize, _ 

pink and natural. Sizes 34 to 40. -I Q 
9 O’CIock Special, each 7 

Downstairs Budget Store 


Stationer) , Main Floor 


Notions, Main Floor 


Visit Santa 

Christmas is getting closer and 
closer . . . time to bring the 
kiddies In for a visit with dear 
old Santa. He’s waiting for them 
now in his castle on the Second 
Floor of the Home Furnishings 
Building 10:30 to 1:30 and 2 .00 
to 5:00 Saturday . . , 5:30 to 
8:30 as well weekday evenings. 


English Parker Hale Sport Rifles 
Specially Reduced to Sell Quickly! 

Delayed by longshoremen’s si like, these Purker Hale rifles missed the hunting season. 
8 only Do luxe No. 1. .303 4 only. No. 1008 — Safari 1 only 1308 Safari Standard 

cal. Special. 3 £ hA Standard, 30.06. Q A (yy with dip. 30.06 QT AA 

each JO.UU Special, each OT-lfu cal. Special /J.W 

8 only Supreme No. 1, .303 1 only 1006 Safari Standard, 

cal. Special, f“j f\f\ .308 cal. ftC AA 

each Dl.UU special 7J.UU 

Sporting Good* Main Moor, Home. Furnishings Building 













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SECOND NEWS SECTION _ VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1969 PAGE NINETEEN 

Open Mind for Trustees But Sooke Not Interested 


Brothers Set to Discuss District College 


’Education Minister Dbnald 
Brothers will meet in mid- 
January with school trustees 
from the Capital Region to 
discuss Greater Victoria's 
request to create a district 
college, it was learned Friday. 
★ * * 

The minister requested the 
meeting in a letter sent this 
week to the four school 
districts of Greater Victoria, 
Saanich, Sooke and the Gulf 
Islands, The four boards have 
agreed to the meeting -and 


will send their chairman and 
another trustee each to the 2 
p.m, talks Jan. 14. 

Chairman of Saanich, Sooke 
and Gulf Islands districts said 
Friday night they are going to 
the meeting with open minds, 
and are unsure what Mr. 
Brothers, will propose. At a 
September meeting he 
appeared to favor a regional 
college Involving all four 
school districts. 

Greater Victoria has pro¬ 
posed to go It alone by 


converting its Institute of 
Adult Studies into a district 
coliege to be run solely by the 
Greater Victoria school board- 
Board chairman C a r r o n 
Jameson said Friday night the 
facilities of the adult institute 
are adequate for a college. 
But he said Greater Victoria 
would be "glad to co-operate” 
in a regional college. 

♦ h ★ < 

The go-ahead signal for a 
college must come from die 
education minister. Included 


in the preparations would be a 
public vote on the issue. 

Dr. Jameson said the neces¬ 
sary bylaw for a plebiscite 
vote could be ready "at short 
notice.” 

Saanich board chairman 
Rubymay Parrott said she 
and fellow trustees look 
toward the meeting with a 
“complete and absolute open 
mind.” She said Saanich 
would go along with a plan for 
a college as long as Saanich 
■tudente Were guaranteed 


equal enrolment rights, and as 
long as Saanich trustees had a 
aay in curriculum matters. 

Verbal agreement with 
Greater Victoria has already 
been made along these lines. 
* * * 

Sooke board's chairman 
Fred WLUway said he is also 
going to attend the meeting 
with an open mind but Sooke 
is not Interested in being part 
of a regional college set-up. 
While Sooke has no objection 
to Greater Victoria’s plan for 


a district college, "we're 
more or less happy with 
things the way they are," Mr. 
Willway said. 

Gulf Islands school board 
chairman George Heinekey 
said he as well has an "open 
mind” on the subject. But 
,Saluraa Island trustee James 
Campbell, who is chairman of 
the B.C. School Trustees 
Association, viewed the meet¬ 
ing dimly. 

Be said the provincial 
government is most concerned 


with moving slowly where 
increased spending is con¬ 
cerned. Gulf Islands has en¬ 
dorsed Greater Victoria’s 
request tor a college, he said, 
and it is "highly deslreable” 
that the college be created in 
a hurry. 

Mr. Campbell said “the 
provincial government’s atti¬ 
tude to regional colleges Is 
that they are cheaper than 
universities. But they still cost 
money, so ‘go slow'.” 


He said that It is "much 
easier to create organizational 
hurdles" by allowing » 
regional college than by allow¬ 
ing Greater Victoria to go on 
Its own toward a Greater 
Victoria-im district college. 

He said he doubted that 
Gulf Islands voters — which 
has "more people over 70 
years of age than any other 
school district” —• would 
readily endorse a regional 
college. 


Pool Fate 


Answers 

Sought 

Monday 


The fate of Victoria’s pro¬ 
posed Central Park aquatic 
complex will probably be 
decided Monday. 

On that day: 

• The civic recreation and 
community services committee 
will make a new effort to trim 
$163,000 from the unexpectedly 
high bid of last week. 

• City council will likely 
receive a recommendation from 
the committee which could 
result in a contract being 
awarded. 

• And Mr. Justice Robert 
Wootton will hear arguments for 
a temporary Injunction which 
cculd halt progress on the pool 
project. 

ADJOURNMENT 

The hearing began Friday but 
was adjourned to Monday after 
counsels for both the city and 
businessman William Scott in¬ 
dicated they were not ready to 
proceed. 

Mr. Scott, recently defeated in 
a bid for the . mayoralty, is 
seeking to prevent McPherson 
estate money being spent on the 
pool complex, estimated to cost 
a total of $1,600,000. 

In an affidavit to be, sub¬ 
mitted in judge’s chambers 
Monday, Mr. Sbott argues that 
the pool “is not a building ac 
buildings which will be of the 
widest benefit to the metro¬ 
politan area as contemplated by 
the last will of the deceased 
...” (T. S. McPherson). 

CITY GAINS 

When realtor T. S. McPherson 
died in 1962 his will left more 
than $2,000,000 in cash and 
property to the city. 

Mr. McPherson specified In 
his will that the money was to 
be used for one or more 
buildings which olty council 
judged to be “of the widest 
benefit to the citizens of the 
metropolitan area” and "of the 
widest benefit to the city.” 

The city spent approximately 
, $1,500,000 refurbishing the Mc- 
‘Pherson Playhouse — also 
donated to the city by the 
philanthropist. Last week city 
council gave final reading to a 
bylaw voting the remaining 
$200,000 McPherson money for 
the pool complex. 

POOL PROTEST 

Mr. Scott’s affidavit noteB 
that mayor-elect Courtney Had¬ 
dock questioned the pool project 
prior to his election. It also 
points out that some council 
members who approved the pool 
are retiring or have been 
defeated at the polls. 

"The said structure upon its 
completion if proceeded with, 
would be enjoyed only by a 
limited class and would not be 
of widest benefit to the citizens 
of file area,” says Mr. Scott’s 
affidavit. 

FREE BATHING 

The businessman alleges that 
the aquatic complex “is a 
project designed for the use and 
enjoyment only of admission- 
paying athletic persons and 
others interested in swimming, 
diving and kindred athletic 
sports and will not provide 
elderly citizens, children and 
persons desiring the facilities of 
pool bathing with enjoyment 
free or at a minimum cost.” 

Victoria lawyer Patrick Sin- 
nott is acting for Mr. Scott, and 
the city is represented by 
Terence O'Grady. 

Mr. Wootton will hear argu¬ 
ments at 9:30 a.m. Monday. 

The recreation, and com¬ 
munity services committee 
meets at 10 am., and city 
council will hold a special 
meeting at 2 p.m. 






UVic, Oak Bay 


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Spare Land 
Tax Target 


All Eyes on Saanich Project for Handicapped 


Multimillion-dollar housing development for low-income handi¬ 
capped persons and their families is to be built in Saanich, thanks 
to $100,000 gift of Mrs. EKse Fielding of Oak Bay, and efforts of 
Cosmopolitan Club, Multiple Sclerosis Society and others. In 


photo, architect John Di Castri shows projection to Cosmopolitan 
Club members, from left, Sidney Clarke, president-elect; Ken 
Johnston, planning committee chairman and, at far right, Charles 
Gibb, club president.—(Jeffrey Pinniger) 


Colwood Man Asks $30,000,000 Question: 


Why Keep Old Hospital 


By NANCY BROWN 

Sentimental attachment to 
old hospital sites will cost 
regional taxpayers some 
$30,000,000. former Colwood 
regional director Bill Reader 
said Friday. 

“I wonder why Health 
Minister Ralph Loffmark and 
che Capital Region’s hospital 
board want to saddle us with 
a $45,000,000 referendum for 
only a little over 350 acute 
care beds? 

"We could get those many 
beds in a brand new hospital 
for one-third the cost — and 
we could get them much 
faster.” 

The proposed referendum, 
to be put to Capital Region 
taxpayers in the spring, is 
expected to be for $45,000,000, 
and will provide for 75 acute- 


care beds to be built at a new 
hospital site in the Saanich 
Peninsula. 

Estimated cost of the penin¬ 
sula’s hospital beds is $20,000 
each. While they are to be 
acute-care beds, they will not 
Include the sophisticated sur¬ 
gical facilities envisaged for 
the two major hospitals. 

* ★ ★ 

Major expenditures are 
expected under the referen¬ 
dum for land acquisition at St. 
Ann’s Academy, and for 
reconstruction and new con¬ 
struction to expand and im¬ 
prove St. Joseph's Hospital 
and Royal Jubilee Hospital. 

"Perhaps I’m wrong, but It 
seems that sentiment is the 
biggest thing that is tying us 
to the St. Joseph's site," said 
Mr. Reader. “Of course, new 


Twelve Draw 
Horses 

In Sweepstake 


Twelve Islanders hold tickets drawn Friday in 
the Irish Hospitals Sweepstake based on the Dec. 27 
running of the Sweeps Hurdle. 

Horse’s names, ticket numbers, names or noms- 
de-plume and home towns: 

Firm Favourite—NEH 93179, Amras Marthas, 
Nanaimo; Muir—NLL 56295, Scatch, Victoria; 
Orient War—PNS 13494, Duchess, Victoria; Sem- 
pervivum—PRD 88648, Duex, Victoria; 

Mill Melody—NCJ 82495, Maybe, Chemainus; 
Mill Melody—NBS 96243, Remodelling, Nanaimo; 
Pharaoh Hophra—NEL 15761, The Boys, Victoria; 
Pharah Hophra—NED 57472, Straight William, 
Victoria; 

Pick Me Up—PND 08884, Lover, Victoria; Mr. 
Smarty—NDL12996, Mrs. Pat Thompson, Victoria; 
Persian Lark—NEQ 51439, Hopeful, Port Albemi; 
Sestrei—MJD 92744, Bill Chalmers, Courtenay. 


Libel Report Incorrect 


It was incorrectly reported 
Friday by The Daily Colonist 
that Donald R. Sykes of Edmon¬ 
ton was the complainant in a 
hbel action heard Tuesday in the 
County Court before Judge 
Montague Drake. 


Mr. Sykes was not the com¬ 
plainant in the case. The Colo¬ 
nist regrets its error and 
apologizes to Mr. Sykes lor any 
inconvenience or embarrassment 
caused him. 


facts may have come up since 
I left the board nearly a year 
ago. If so, I’d like to hear 
them." 

Last spring St Joseph's 
Hospital administrator Dr. E. 
G. Q. Van Tilburg said there 
Was a possibility of St. 
Joseph’s moving to a new site 
on McKenzie Avenue. 

He said that within 10 years 
that area would be the centre 
of population. 

He observed several draw¬ 
backs to expansion on the 
present site — expensive 
pilings would be needed 
because the hospital was 
built cn reclaimed and still- 
swampy land, and the Belle¬ 
ville Street extension to Fair- 
field Was planned to go 
through the site. 

* * * 

Mr. Reader pointed out that 
the Agnew, Peckh&m report 
on hospitals suggested a 
$30,000 price tag for each 
acute-care bed. « 

“Even putting that up to 
$40,000, we coiAd still get some 
350 beds for $15,000,000." he 
■aid. 

“It seems that we shall be 
acquiring some very expen¬ 
sive land. We shall be buying 
St. Aim's Academy at a price 
which will give them a new 
school, and then eventually we 
shall just tear dcftvn those old 
buildings to put up more. 

“It’s also going to take 
more time to get anything 
done if we have to wait for 
road re-planning and btekilng 
demolition before we can get 
on with hospital building,” said 
Mr. Reader. 

* ★ * 

"We shall be renovating an 
old hospital, updating the 
surgery and other facilities, 
and when it's all over we shall 
still he left with an old 
hospital which will need other 
work. 

“It seems to me it would 
make more sense to get some 
new land on the west side of 
the city, where it could serve 
the Malahat and western 
areas as well as the city, and 
start fresh," said Mr. Reader. 

"I can’t see paying extra 
for the privilege at keeping an 
old hospital.” 

it it it 

It has been proposed In the 
past that St Joseph's should 
be phased out as a major 
hospital, with the hospital 
board taking over a new 
major hospital. St. Joseph's 
would then be used for 
emergency cases, day surgery 
and ambulatory care. 

At a recent meeting of the 
Capital R e g i n n '• hospital 


board, vice-chairman J. B. 
Cumming said the decision to 
retain St. Joseph’s had been 
made for the board by Mr. 
Loffmark. 

Mayor Cumming pointed out 
that St. Joseph's quotes at 
various stages of development 
varied from $13,500,000 to an 
ultimate $27,500,000 for recon¬ 
struction. 

★ * * 

(Plans call for the hospital 
to expand from its present 420 
beds to 556. Royal Jubilee 
currently has 500 beds and 
will reach an ultimate of 650.) 

Mayor Cumming, who made 


his statement to the board at 
the request of executive com¬ 
mittee chairman Ray Bryant, 
quoted Mr. Loffmark as being 
against the phasing out of St. 
Joseph’s Hospital, against the 
building of another major 
hospital at this time, and 
against the Idea of St. 
Joseph s hospital straddling 
Belleville Street. 

“II we accept these state¬ 
ments then the decision has 
been made for us. St. Joseph's 
stays and has to be improved 
— to what extent has to be 
decided and is governed by 
the funds available,” he told 
the board. 


Seen in Passing 



Mamie 


Free Food Stall 


Mantle Martinet* talking on 
the telephone (She is a book¬ 
keeper for a Victoria plastic 
company. Mamie, her husband 
John and their two sons. Hid li 
and David 18. Hve at 4000 Cen¬ 
tury Road, Saanich. Her hobby 
Is curling) . . . Steve Pngaley 
and Ladmylla Iarlw back from 
the northland in their Eakima 
suits .. . Terry Qnorkaister talk¬ 
ing to aome friends . . . Peter 
MrNelr looking for To ay Hunt 
... Ha* Douglas off to Calif¬ 
ornia . . . I Jojd Cook searching 
for logograms . . . Mike Kelt - 
Inc ton unable to locate hie car 
In a parking lot . . . RIU Built 
vast talking terms with a cus¬ 
tomer . . Mantle Law working 
hard over a hot stove . 


Dozens of Hampers 
Already Packed 


Today’s Free Food Stall to 
open at 930 a.m. is expected to 
ba one of the largest In the 20- 
year history of the project. 

Convener Joan Price said 
Friday night donations have 
been good and slie had dozens of 
hampers already packed. 

"We can atill take donations 
up ,until 10 a.m. today,” she 
added. 


She bought 1300 worth t(t 
canned goods Friday with a 
cheque presented to her by fin 
Central Lions Club. 


‘Tve a Isa had a money 
donation from the Elks Lodge 
and from other service clubs,'' 
said Mrs. Price. 

**I expect even to have a few 
Japanese oranges to hand out.” 


Land being held by the 
university purposes should 
taxes, Oak Bay Mayor Fred 

They own land zoned for 
apartments or multiple dwell¬ 
ings and single family resi¬ 
dences assessed at $824,000," he 
said. “At the present mill rate, 
the land alone would bring in 
$51,600 a year in taxes. 

"Land and improvements for 
education pruposes are tax free. 
However, in view of the fact 
this land cannot be used for 
university purposes, the vacant 
land should be subject to 
municipal taxation.’’ 

140-ACRE PERIMETER 

Mayor Hawes said the univer¬ 
sity is holding 40 acres in a 400- 
,foot deep strip along its peri¬ 
meter that is zoned for apart¬ 
ments or multiple dwellings. At 
the time the land was pur¬ 
chased from the Hudson's Bay 
Company in 1961, a reservation 
that it was to be leased to 
developers was put Into the 
agreement for sale. ' 

“The rents from the develop¬ 
ment would then go to the 
university while the tax revenue 
would go to the munictpaMty,” 
he said. 

“That was eight years ago 
and they have still not made 
any effort to date for the 
development of the 400-foot strip 
even though we have 
approached them time and time 
again. 

MANY PROPOSALS 

“We put in the services that 
would be able to supply resi¬ 
dents north of Cedar Hill 
Crossroad but we have had no 
return on our Investment over 
the years." 

The retiring mayor said many 
proposals for a mutually 
acceptable solution to the prob¬ 
lem have been put forward by 
the municipality. 

I "At one point we offered to 
rescind the reservation on 250 
I feet of the strip if they would 
let us have the edge along 
Cedar Hill Crossroad for single¬ 
family residences,” he said, 
"but we were told they would 
need the entire strip for univer¬ 
sity development." 

LONG NEGOTIATION 

The most recent proposal has 
been in the negotiation stages 
for the past two years, he said. 

Council agreed to study 
rescinding of the reservation on 
the 400-foot strip if some 
satisfactory agreement could be 
made to develop the 32 acres in 
the lower campus area on Foul 
Bay Road zoned for residential 
purposes.” 

Mayor Hawes said that 
although the trade would mean 
less potential tax revenue be¬ 
cause of the smaller area and 
the difference between .residen¬ 
tial and apartment assessments, 
the municipality would be happy 
to finalize the arrangement that 
would open the door for 105 
choice residences to be built. 

WE RE SUFFERING’ 

We would prefer not to 
squeeze the university as long 
as the lands are vacant, but we 
are suffering," he said, "The 
negotiations for the trade are at 
a stalemate." 

Mayor Hawes noted "we So 
have the right to promote 
ocnstrucUon on the strip our- 
■elves under the agreement, but 
we have not done so thus far 
because we think the university 
will need the land itself even¬ 
tually." 

“We’re not knocking the uni¬ 
versity," he said. "We definitely 
consider it an asset, but it has 
cut off a lot of tax revenue to 
Oak Bay.” 


university for other than 
be subject to municipal 
Hawes said Friday, 

V 

Campus 

Has 

Plans 


The campus planning 
director for the University of 
Victoria agreed that Mayor 
Hawes might have some 
cause for annoyance about the 
delay in negotiations but 
defended the university 
actions. 

"We have not gone against 
the agreement under which 
the land was purchased any¬ 
way," said J. A. Webb. "We 
would like some decision on 
the negotiations too." 

He said the university is 
planning to use the 400-foot 
strip for its own expansion. 


“We‘11 certainly need it for 
university purposes. We have 
very definite plans for that 
area within five years and 
we’d be out of our minds to 
let it go." 

Mr. Webb said the root of 
the problem lay In "a differ¬ 
ence of philosophy during 
negotiating between the muni¬ 
cipality and the university." 

“This difference has been 
unsolved since the university 
first went up here. I think the 
municipality Is very much 
aware of our views on this." 


Esquimalt 
Couple 
‘Only Fair’ 


An Esquimau couple is in only 
fair condition in St. Joseph's 
Hospital following a head-on 
crash Friday night on Saanich 
Road north of Falmouth. 

Mr. and Mr*. Frederick 
Leptne. of 937 Wollaston under¬ 
went treatment for multiple in¬ 
juries. Mrs. Lepine was pitched 
into the car windshield. 

The other car involved nar¬ 
rowly missed a Saanich police 
car instants before the accident 
occurred. Driver of the other car 
ran from the scene of the ac¬ 
cident. 

A man suffering from cuts and 
bruises was discovered an hour 
and a half later in the area of 
the Saanich Road tracks after 
a search by a police dog and 
Saanich police. He was taken to 
Royal Jubilee Hospital. 

GRAVEL TRUCK 

In other accidents Sheila 
Merriman, 694 Hoy Lake Road, 
was taken to St. Joseph's Hos¬ 
pital after a crash with a gravel 
truck on Trans-Canada High¬ 
way near Goldstream at 8:30 
p.m. She is in fair condition. 

Lawrence Wilier, 40, of 628 
Marie Meadows Road was in 
satisfactory condition with head 
cuts and fractured rib* after 
a three-car crash at 1:15 p.m. 
Ion Patricia Bay Highway at 
! Cordova Bay Road, 


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20 Stiln (fioiDHlat. Victoria, B.C., Saturday, Dec. 20, 1969 


Real Estate Boaril 


Licensers Laud 
Armless Girl 



Crystal Drunch Fills 900 Cruests 


MOUNT GILEAD, N.C. 
(AP) — The state ot North 
Carolina has given Carol 
Burton, 16, of Mount Gilead, 
a Christmas present—a car 


the state to receive • li¬ 
cence to drive. 

The attractive high school 
junior, bom. without arms, 
obtained her learner’s per¬ 
mit Oct 16- 



driver’s licence. 

For a girl without arms, 
it's a unique present. 

Carol became the first fe¬ 
male congenital amputee in 


The 1966 model car she 
drives has special steering 
and gear shifting equipment 
which her father had in¬ 
stalled. 


Parking was at a premium mentioned how grateful they 
around the Crystal Garden were to Morley Voilet who 
and the Empress Hotel; the Was on hand at 7:30 in the 
reasons were the Real Estate morning to start mixing the 
Board’s Drunch at the Crystal punch, 
and the Chamber of Com- a sign over the punch tables 
merce plain lunch at the announced .it as Jolly Jack- 

hotel. son’s Juice. After the party 

There were nearly 900 per- had been going for about an 
sons at the Crystal—where I hour the name was changed 
learned that a drunch Is to Jolly Jackson’s* Jump Up 
drinks and food. Juice. 

Philip Jackson, president, Another group the board 

N. L, Ross and Axel Petersen, very much appreciated was 
first and second vice-presi- the Barbary Banjo Band, 
dents, had a busy time which played for the affair, 
welcoming the guests to what Members looked as if they 
turned out to be a wonderful were enjoying the party, too. 
party. This was the first time There were lineup* at the 
the board had held such a food stations set up at either 

large Christmas party. end of the building and at raid- 

In former years there have aisle. Great roasts of beef 

been a couple of lunches and were sliced onto French 
a dinner. Everyone agreed bread; there was hem, 
that this was more fun, as cheese, pickles, rum-dipped 
people mixed around instead pineapple cubes, and aand- 
of just talking to the person wiches. 
beside or opposite them. Neva Pennie and Shirley, 

I didn't believe it when I dressed in long, glittery gold 
was told that the drinks were gowns acted as hostesses, 
mixed in garbage cans. But Waa talking to Bill and 
seeing is believing. They were Nancy Clark — it was the Many friends in Victoria 

new cans and were sterilized latter's birthday on Thursday, and In the Cowichan area will 

— made me feel better when Also had quite a long talk regret to learn of the death of 

I heard that. with Lou and Eleanor MoUiet. Cmdr. R. P. (Bob) Kingscote 

Several board members Others around this table in New Zealand on Nov. 23 


were Jack and May Moore, 
Maurice and Edith Lund, 
Chuck and Helen James, Don 
and Barbara Munro, Jim and 
Paddy Ransom. Mattie Kraft 
and Eleanor Roberts. 

These were so many people 
it was hard to see who was 
there. Noticed Fred Cabeldu 
having lunch, George Black- 
bum looking the party over, 
Doug Peaker and Murray 
Blannln serving at the bar, 
Len and Dorothy LeDoux 
leaving about the same time 
as I did. 


When they leave at the end 
of January they will go to 
England before returning to 
South America. 


It was a surprise for Myrtle 
Goddue when her parents, Mr. 
and Mrs. D. Goddue and her 
fiance, R, King, gave a dinner 
party far her 21st birthday. 
The dinner was at the Prin¬ 
cess Mary and later the group 
went dancing at Club 44. 


1130 Douglas St 
Phone 384-0561 


after an illness of about four 
months. 

Cmdr. Klngsoote served for 
many years ms an officer in 
the Royal Navy and retired 
after the First World War. He 
settled for a time at Siawni- 
gan. 

In 193S he joined the Royal 
Canadian Navy as a Lt- 
Oomdr. for the period of the 
war and was appointed to the 
HMCS Naden at Esquimalt. 

At the turn of the century 
he served as a junior officer 
on the Pacific Station in the 
old Warspite. The Warspite 
left Esquimalt in a gale at 
Christinas, 1902, with HMS 
Condor* in company. The 
latter ship was subsequently 
lost with all hands. 

Bob Kingscote was an 
athlete and was always inter¬ 
ested In organized sports. At 
one time he was welterweight 
boxing champion of the Medi¬ 
terranean fleet. 

He was always intended In 
the annual boxing tournament 
of Royal Roads Naval College, 
frequently acting as referee 
for the cadets. 

Bob' and his wife Nancy 
have -been greatly missed in 
Victoria since they moved to 
New Zealand 18 years ago. ’ 

Mrs. Kingscote is a com¬ 
munity minded person and 
was chosen as the Citizen of 
the Year in Havelock North 
for 1969. 

Cmdr. Kingscote’s nephew 
is Admiral Sir Michael de 
Fanu, First Sea Lord of the 
Admiralty. He visited Ms 
uncle a short time before be 
died. 


back here on holiday — the 
first time since they left 11 
years ago. They were minus a 
,family when they left here, 
but on this holiday they have 
their three sons Douglas, 
Michael and Bruce with them. 

Ian worked on the Man¬ 
chester Guardian before join- 
ging Reuters nine years ago. 
He has been In Buenos Aires 
for the past three years. 

The Glendays are here to 
visit their parents, Mr. and 
Mrs. Alex Glenday and Mr. 
and Mrs. Robert Husband. 


Tiny Tim Given 
Wedding Fee 

NEW YORK (UPI) — Tiny 
Tim, married to 17-year-old 
Victoria May Budinger on 
NBC-TV’s Tonight show, re¬ 
ceived the union scale $905 for 
his appearance. His bride re¬ 
ceived a lesser "honorarium,” 
according to an NBC spokes¬ 
man. He said an estimated 
20,000.000 persons watched the 
program. 


Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hall 
entertained on Thursday even¬ 
ing for Mrs. J. A. Roufledge, 
who is leaving to spend the 
Christmas holidays with her 
son. Dr. J. Holden Routledge, 
and family In Montreal. Mrs. 
Routledge will sail from New 
York in the Sagafjord on Jan. 
7 on a three-month South 
Pacific cruise. 


seamless 

panti-hose 


Symphony ’70 

Christmas Gift Tickets 

A Great Idea! 

Five Outstanding Concerts Still to Come 

Jan. 18-19, with pianist Feb. 1-2, with violinist 
Mari-Elizabeth Morgen Christian Ferras 

Feb. 15-16, with guest conductor Per Dreier • 
March 1-2, with cellist March 15-16. with flautist 
Mstislav Rostropovich Jean-Piecre Rampal 

0*4 Olft Ticket, NOW Irma Eaton', Symphony Box Office > 
A, little u B H ea<4 


Victoria 


Symphony 


Orchestra 


Fill her Christmas stockings 
with Phantom Panti-Hose 

... in weights and fashion colours to suit her every 
whim. Shades of . . . Hint of black, Hint of brown, 
Champagne, Rose Beige, Sable, Nutmeg Brown, 
White and Nude beige, in sizes for the petite, 
average, tall, extra tall. 

• Stretch-Ease . pr. 2.SO 


For Fine or Dry Hair 

For women who cars about 
their hair. These Perms sre 
budget-priced all year round. 

A MERRY 
CHRISTMAS 
TO ALL 

ANNAS TAYLOR BEAUTY SALON 

1004 BROAD STREET (By Eaton’s Carpark) 
Working Proprietor, Len Andrews of London, England 


• Cantrece ...pr. 3.01 

• Non-Run ...pr. 3.01 

CHARGE IT! New accounts opened In minutes 


VERONICA 


Ian Glenday, who sat next 
door in the Colonist Sports 
department for several years, 
and his wife Beverley are 


White-coated waiter, real estate board 
director Eric Charman serves mayor- 
elect, Courtney Haddock, left, and 


Tom Cantell, superintendent of Insur¬ 
ance for B.C.—(William E. John) 


charge accounts invited 


1130 Douglas St. 
Phone 884-0561 


exotic brocade 


nevu look 


rotn 


a comprehensiue 
collection 


"Conte ssa” 

by Charles Patou 

filter mesh with silver kid and sequint 
antique gold and bronze brocade 

26** 


teen 


yrvdm- 


■dwer I’ineappU frappe 


“Wind Song” 
by Charles Patou 
gold pineapple frappe 
miner pineapple frappe 
black iridescent brocade 

25** 


Give her a 

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by Linda Lingerie 


representative collections in all our five stores 


Total elegance for dreaming . . . this lovely nylon 
gown with sheer overlay, gently filled under bustline 
with adjustable drawstring and French lace ap¬ 
plique. Whita, pink, black over pink. Sizes petite, 
small, medium and large. One of the lovely lingerie 
items by Linda Lingerie. 


CHARGE IT! New accounts opened In minutes 
Christmas Shop at Saba’s 
9 to 9 Mon. and Tues. Only 


for fho great names fn fashion 


also Vancouver 


Open All Day Wednesday 
And Friday Till 9 p.m. 


749 Yates St. 



















Built! (Snlonlst. Victoria, B.C., Saturday, Dec. 20, . 1 


Victim Remembered 


Hello There! 


CORAL GABLES, Fla. 
(UPI) — Barbara Jane 
Mackle had two surprising 
additions to her Christmas 
card collection today — cards 
from her two kidnappers of a 
year ago. 


HI-LO MARKET 

WILKINSON RD. AT INTERl RBAN 


•'They didn’t write any mes¬ 
sages, just the names. 

“Krist used our full ad¬ 
dress, but the girl addressed 
it to Barbara Mackle, San 
Amaro Drive,” Mackle said. 
Krist knew the address of the 
millionaire t C o r a 1 Gables 
family well,' having cased the lX 
home thoroughly before the g 
kidnapping. 

Krist’s card was sent from 5 


the Georgia State penitentiary 
at Reidsville, and Miss 
Schier's was from the Georgia 
woman's prison at Milledge- 
ville. 


STEAL THE SHOW 
THIS CHRISTMAS 


Miss Mackle was kidnapped 
by Gary Steven Krist and 
Ruth Elsemann Schier a year 
ago today, and later was held 
captive iir a coffin-like box 
underground for 82 hours. 

"Yes, Barbara received 
Christmas cards from both 
Krist and Ruth Schier,” said 
her father, Robert Mackle. 


For New Aluminum 

Screen WlnSawi. Pnlln Screen* 
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event. Mrs. Florence Toothill, left, 
Mrs. Audrey Harris, and nurse Pat 
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4 OFFICES TO SERVE YOU 

Where Pricea Are Always Reasonable 


Dear Ann Lander*: I was 

always amused by the nitwits 
who sent their problems to 
you. Now I have a problem 
that is not very amusing. 

I^ast week my sister-in-law 
brought my brother to our 
home and dumped him here. 
She screamed, "You made 
him this way, now take care 
of him!" Then she fhrew his 
suitcase in the corner and 
left. 

My brother, Judd, is 52 and 
completely senile. His wife 
claims he began to act nutty 
after I arranged for him to 
meet an old flame in my 
home. 1 realize now it was a 
mistake, but I had no idea it 
would create such a mess. 
Shortly after that meeting 
Judd began to go to pieces 
physically. The doctor advisod 
his wife to take him to a 
psychiatrist. The psychiatrist 
told my sister-in-law that he 
was aware of Judd's long 
history of romantic involve¬ 
ments because several of his 
women patients described af¬ 
fairs with him. My sister-in- 
law became so incensed she 
went to a lawyer the next day 
and started divorce proceed¬ 
ings. 

My questions are as fol¬ 
lows: Am I legally responsible 
for my brother? Can philan¬ 
dering cause senility? Is there 
m cure for it? Will a home for 
the aged take a man 52? I* he 
eligible for medicare? If we 
keep Judd, could he be 
considered a deduction? 
Please answer. I'm stymied. 
'■*- Penitent Cupid In Illinois. 

Dear Pen: I find it difficult 
to believe that a psychiatrist 
would volunteer information 


about other patients. I also 
find your use of the word 
senility baffling. If philander¬ 
ing caused your brother’* 
breakdown, he is not senile, 
he is emotionally disturbed. If 
he is indeed a victim of 
premature‘senility, this is an 
organic illness and not related 
to his lady friends. 

, I suggest that you take your 
brother to another physician 
to evaluate his psychiatric 
needs. And I hope you will see 
a lawyer in regard to the 
legal questions. Laws vary 
according to state and what 
Plight be 1 e g a 1' in Illinois 
might not be legal elsewhere. 


.was pooped all the time/ 
Right after dinner Glenn 
folded like a tent. One day I 
accidentally locked myself out 
of the house. I had to go to 
Glenn's place of business to 
get a key. It was then that I 
caught him — in broad 
daylight at 1:15 p.m. in his 
office with the door locked. 

So why don't you wake up 
and smell the coffee, Kiddo? 
And tell me how you like it. — 
Former Dumbbell. 

Dear Former; The coffee 
smells fine. It's the rest of the 
story that doesn't smell so 
good. The next letter might be 
of interest to you. Read on. 


Walnut or ma¬ 
hogany. Three 
chimes. A 
very master¬ 
ful Mending of 
charm and 
skill In this 
t r a d i t ional 
■style clock. 


Dear Ann I-anders: How 

dumb can you .get? I nearly 
got an attack of apoplexy 
when you told that woman, 
"A man who is home every 
night is oot likely to be having 
an affair at the office during 
his lunch hoar.” 

It took me five years to 
figure out why my husband 


Dear Ann: So a man who is 
home every night is not likely 
to be having an affair, eh? 
Well, you're wrong, honey, 
and I’ve seen the proof with 
my own eyes. 

My office (aces a parking 
lot that serves about 250 
people whose' offices are in 
this building. You wouldn’t 
believe what I see every day 
from my window from 12:00 
to 2:00 p.m. — and without 
binoculars. 

What do you have to say 
now, Ann Landers? Twenty- 
Twenty Vision. 

Dear Vision'. I say, it’s time 
you got away from the 
window and went to lunch. 


ueen 


GRAND¬ 

MOTHER 

CLOCK 


Windsor 


Walnut or ma¬ 
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three chimes. 
A very charm¬ 
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LONDON (UPI) — Queen 
Elizabeth arrived at Windsor 
Castle Friday with Prince 
Andrew and Prince Edward 
for the Christmas holidays. 

The rest of the royal family 
will join the Queen later this 
week, a palace spokesman 
said. 


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Bull* (Solcnlit. Victorio, B.C., Soturday, Dec. 20, 1969 


Militia Cutbacks 


Band Chop 
Victoria ’s 
Only Loss 


Victoria may tae the oldest military band la 
Western Canada — the 5th (B.C.) Field Battery, RCA 
band — but otherwise Defence Minister Leo Cadwux’s 
Friday announcement was good news locally 

The naval reserve unit. HMCS 

Malahat, recently was increased Bay Street Armory, remains 
by 19 men and this increase with a battalion headquarters 
stands, said the unit's com- and bw companies, A and C, in 
manding officer Cmdr. E. K. Victoria, and B company in 
L«. Nanaimo. The regiment also 

turf*- i retains i,S Regimental Pipes 

THREE UNITS and Drums. 

As for the militia, "the nKtr nr 4Rnv 
reduction and reconfiguration , 

has virtually no effect on Lt.-Col. Georg* Urqtdiart, the j 
Vancouver Island's three units, “mmandmg officer, said it was j 
except that the field battery will v °7 lo (aid M we 

no longer have an authorized ar * ke P l b«n« and tat-r 
band,” said Col. David Coell, wl " contmue . lD * rV * ' 
militia adviser for Vancouver one , rCBS °" “ becau ~ flUr 
Island and the Interior and 1 past record m war and peace. 

former commanding officer of "It's good to know that we’ll 
the Canadian Scottish Regiment be keeping the up-Is land com , 
(Princess Mary’s). pany, too, became the Canadian 

The militia is to be reduced, Scottish has always had atfilia- 
by 4,000 men and 41 armories w,th ** the 

win be closed under the pn> M M and 

gram that Cadieux estimate* a beir * 
will out $15,000,000 from the sniJ. BEKE 
a»ual cost of the reserve 1 still continuing in Victnria k 
armed forces. 155 Co RCASC which has as Ha 

THE STRENGTH r °k *be supplying of transport*. 

The strength of the militia is tlon ' 

23,500, Col. OoeB said that, in addt- 

Cadieux toid the Commons t* 0 " ,f> the three units, a 
there wUl be no significant Victoria district headquarters 
changes in the naval and air w ‘» J* '«“*»'* of a 

reserves. The navri reserve's ™ ll ^f commander toe rank 

strength is 2,900. 19* air CO *"?' *" d “ 

reserve ha. a strength of S00 

The minister’s annnimcement ° support _ and jutomwtor toe 
filled in details of a retrench- three ^a uniti. m Ration 
ment prog rem antic ipated last ^ 

spring by a defence department 
decision to trim substantially REGULAR FORCE 
both the reserves and the n* colonel said he was 
regular armed forces. I “delighted with the reorgzudza- 

CABINET ORDER ***" and 

_ . . . , allow the militia to work more 

The decision was made neces- cfcM , y ^ ^ T ^ Mr frrcP 

sary by a cabinet order freezing and - shoullter , g^ter 
the department s budget at ite within the frame- 

current level of $1,800,000,000 wtjrk ^ Canadian Force*, 
for an additional three The militia will continue in 


The regular forces' 
strength later was set at 82,000! 
— a reduction of 16,000 from 
the existing figure of 98.000, TTie 
new level is to t>e achieved by 
19T2. 

The projected reserve cuts 
will take place within a year. 

In Victoria, Lt.-Cnl. Aubrey 
Kent, a former officer com¬ 
manding of 5th (B.C.) Field 
Battery. RCA, said it was a pity 
the band should be discontinued 
now "to save a bit of money.” 

SUPPORT NEEDED 

"T hope that if the govern¬ 
ment won’t come through with 
the trifling amount to keep it 
we'll get some 


going, 

backing from people in Victoria 
who would underwrite the coat ” 
Lt.-Col, Kent said the 

formed 


^ For the ^ 

Ladies: 

MOH A1K THROWS 
and STOLES 

from Scotland 


battery's band was 
when the artillery unit was I1 
founded in 1878, or "maybe even 
liefore when it was just made i 
up of volunteers." 

1IE WAS 1« 

"When I joined in 1907, when I 
I was 16, it was led by 
Bandmaster Flynn and it was 
quite celebrated. 11 toured 
Canada and even farther, I 
think.” 

Major Arthur Sherwln, who 
now commands the battery, 
said he was sorry the band was 
no longer authorized but, other¬ 
wise, the changes will “make 
things better.” 

CI.OSER LIAISON 

"I’m speaking of field effi- j 
ciency." he said, "because | 
Mobile Command is more di- 
reetdy involved and this means! 
closer liaison. We are already ] 
under Mobile Command hut| 
we'll be even closer.” 

Under the new set-up the 
C anadian Scottish Regiment 
(Princess Mary's), stationed at 
rene mm wa aw ns sax wa a 


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Batlq (Colonlit. Victoria, B.C., Saturday, Dec. 20, 1969 23 


CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING 


Vancouver Island's Largest Shopping Centre In Print 


TELEPHONES 
AFTER-HOURS 
11 :S0 p.m. to 7 a.m. 

Editorial, 383-4509 
383-8309 

Sports, 383 7000 
Circulation. 383 0725 


BIRTHS S DEATHS AND FUNERALS 

a tiir5^.’^ 1 S *^. y .f n . d _5 yd DunanTaC^'Dec. 
'2tT u Crea 15, 19®. Ruby Sophronia Complin 

J* 0 ** 1 Juh *- 1° hw » 2nri mr Bo™ «> Detroit, 

Deremher 15, ISM. Michigan. A well known resident 

* daughter. Tara Lynn, 7 I ha 15 of Duncan for over 50 year*. Pre 

oa Pmud grand parent! are Mra deceaaed by her huiband the late 

Marjorie Mitcham, 4883 Townaend Arthur Wilton Complin In 1981 

Drive and Mr. and Mra W. Ball, Survived by her daughter Mr. 

1681 McKenzie Ave. Many thanki ** n (Florence Helen) McDonald, 

to Dr. Horton and maternity iUfi Mill Bay, B.C., and three grand 

Injured. children. 

Private aervloea were held at the 

-Hlrrt Funeral Chapel, Duncan with 

Interment In family plot, In St. 

FORBES — Born to Dou* .x An »' ,c,n churchyard, Cobble 

Irene Forbes I nee Panteri aa 5£?^ Rrv R H H"*** 1 officiating. 
Tail Street. Victoria, sc id the 8,1,1 ruDP ™ 1 Ch“P«l. Dum*". In 
«">»' Jubilee Hoardtal on Dwwm- e "* 04 arrangement. 


21 MALE HELP WANTED ) 2? TEACHERS WANTED 

PCSTTSONS ~OPEN HI SEVERAL 
area! of Victoria tor work with 
young boys. Intemating and reward¬ 
ing work, e^edaJly suitefcle la 
retired gerttlemen wWi automobNes 
Especially needed In Eaqulmalt. 

View Royal, Gorge - Burnside and 
Oak Bay area For further Infor¬ 
mation call Mr. Myen at W2-7MB 
or Mr. TlKonpann at 5&J-0786 

EXPANDING TRANSPORTATION 
—, lnLl . „ |firm on Vancouver Ialand require. 

Club draw grand prim winner, *500, * chl f f dlipateher with ability and 

!*?.. a* a-sass Jss?ia sasrasu: 


3 * BUSINESS SERVICES 
AND DIRECTORY 


36 BUSINESS SERVICES 
AND DIRECTORY 


40 BUSINESS PERSONALS 


MORTIMERS MONUMENTS 
ESTABLISHED UOT 
"The FlreJt in Craftsmanship' 
*33 David St 383 6421 

STEWART MONUMENTAL 
Work! Ltd. 
ESTABLISHED 1894 
MM May 3t SSt S- 


ADVERTISEMENTS IN 
TOIS CLASSIFICATION 
MUST COMPLY WITH 
THE 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 
HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 
SEE COLUMN 1 


A BOH MIANCEE 
IS® QUAJSIA 

Sea my ad claneMcation 82. 
hair piece*, wiga a nd aeceaaorlea 

CARD READING 


Carpal* and Linolaunt 


Pointan and Dacotalara 


NEW SHIPMENT — INDOOR- 
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U PRICE 

All type! at carpet! at SAVINGS to 
you at the "SMILING BOYS" 
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LTO., 733 Johnann St.. 3W 4382 

HOURIGANB CARPETS AND 
lino! Ltd. Carpet!, vinyl*, lino¬ 
leum, cerafnlc-idaatle Hie. supplied 
and prufaailunally I natal led. Free 


ISLAND 
DECORATORS 
1 Painters Paperhanger* 
Spray Painters 
Plaster Repairs 
Convenient Time Payments 
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CLARK AND PAmSON 
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Texture and vinyl work, will do all 
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and I “ ~ 

of aU 
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after I p.m. for appointment 

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14 ANNOUNCEMENTS 


EDUCATION 


SCHOOL DISTRICT 68 
(SAANICH) 

SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER 
AppHoatloni are Invited from quail 
fled p roteaalonaly certificated 
teecher* for a dam of 9-12 


BOX REPLIES 
All replies to private box 
numbers available from 
8:00 a.m. to 0:00 p.m. 
Monday to Friday in- 
elusive. 


FAMOUS ICS 
CAREER COURSES 


nS’ 22: i » ££' EXPERIENCED ADDING emotionally dlMurbed chttdren. 

No. MM, E. K- Albrolbt. Hfl, ticket machine or typewriter mechanic C,r 

N 0 ***■ __ required for a long eatabll.hed P™* 0 ™ ."»«* cr ***«J*£" 

PRTOR’C-- victoria Office equipment firm. 'V .? 

EK1UK a , aaiary plui aervtce commission. »if'„£?!?* fro,n ***" 

Neweit location, former Che* Reply Victoria Praia. Box 533. , 

Mkrrvl * Vr** »n unur o *Wind -_-_ CUMTOOItl MaDDCS RTF tOC 

needi. Banquet* wedd-ln* recer>- H*ipotiilb1e party with managerial ***** *** 

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NATIONAL SECRE TARIE8 
--I-.-t (International i Vic¬ 
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prize Mill Karen KleM. 760 Lamp¬ 
ion a. ; 2nd prize Mr. L. P. Glover, 

.." J * 1 Ize Mr. C. 


thank! to] GALLANT—On Dee. 18. 1968, to 
Victoria, Mra. Vera Nancy Gal¬ 
lant, aged 64 years, formerly of 
Arborfletd, Saak. She leave! her 
hushand, Leo; 3 aonj, Allan and 
Camille, or Victoria; 1 daughter, 

Mr*. R. (Blanche) Bilodeau, of 
Vancouver; 8 grandchildren; 1 
brother tn Saakalchewan and a 
brother to Ontario. She wai a 
member cf St Martc'a Anglican | Assodatetkoi 

lami-L yim and Michael. Share Funeral service In McCall Bros 

wJ? Morrison FLORAL CHAPEL, Johnion and . 

Sale* Ftah * r *•**>" Vancouver Sts.. an Monday. Dec. so86 Weal 
■* flUfr 25. at 3:00 p.m.. Rev Canon R Seough 

Will la officialing. Interment at Hat- - - 

-lev Memorial Garden*. Roonv.*^ 

ITCHING —Ban to Mr. and Mra ~ Queen Vlt 

«• A. Kttchtag. 3477 Barten K1NGSCOTE—At Elltanfl Rd, Have- your Imp 
Place, R.R5, Victoria, at the lock N<rt A New Zealand, Comdr. partlei, t 
fcyal Jubilee HoaplUI n Decern- R P (Bub) Klngacote (Ret d), on ager, Mr 
ber M. 1968. a a a n. Mark Nov - a - !*■*■ fnrmerty of 1147 ■ -■ , 
Anthony Robert. 7 Da. U «.- a Mumo St., EiqubnalL Next of Idn VICTORL 
Sr^lTT tar Valerie, stenhw ht * H*»i |®" f % 

Patricia and ChrlHooher _ Verei. 171 


Carpat Claaning 


-Art 

—Building Trade* 
—Compiler* 
-Electron lea 
—Radio. TV. 

Career itudy tax deductible. P».- 
■onal In*truction. 8 , 000,000 Mudanli 
alnce 1BB0. Cor complete facta, no 
obligation; phena 502-8234 or write, 
indicating field of Intereat, to Mr. 
Ingram, ICS, 1980 Waterloo Road, 


-Accounting 

-Auto 

-Builneaa 

-Drafting 

Engineering 


tent Termi If 
T« Bay St 

COMPLETE DECORATING 
SERVICE 

Residential — Commercial 
Inriar - Exterior 
W yeari' experience in victoria 
free eatimatea — term a 
Call TED HILL-TOUT — today 
966-8631 _ HOP Oak BayAva 

BROTHERS PAINTING 
AND DECORATING 
Frea appraisal!, color aonaultant 
All types of palirtlng. All typea of 
repairs. Commercial, farm, raalden 
Ual. Lowe at rates. Teem*. Work 
guaranteed 471-8950. 

PAINTING—PAPERING 
AND VINYL 

For a guaranteed lob and an honed 

__price call 185-4310. Oglend Decor 

GENDT-WREETT CEMENtI ■Hn*- 
ictlng. Placing and Bnlablni 
ntry Free eatimatea 471-1® 


CARPETS AND CHESTERFIELDS 
cleaned tn your home nr at our 
plant ReaerVe now for Xmaa 
cleaning. Guaranteed and reason¬ 
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OFFICE HOUBS 
Classified Counter, 8:00 
a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Busi¬ 
ness Office, 9:00 a.m. to 
S:30 p-m. Monday to 
Friday Inclusive. 

CLOSED SATURDAY 


Cellaring 

PRIOR'S. NEWEST - 
former Che* Marcel. 1 
catering naedi. Banqui 
reception!, private pa 


WE ARE LOOKING FOR MEN 
who can handle people, will work 
hard and don't want to sell. Call 
478-3229, 584-9845 for appointment. 

SERVICE STATION ATTENDANT 
wanted. Prevloui experience. Will¬ 
ing to work weekend!. Reply 
Victoria Press Box 546 

hetter'than AVERAGE EARN- 
tnga for direct tale am an 385-1994 


Sidney, B.C 


29 SITUATIONS WANTED 
MALE 


TUTORING 


Bring your school problem! to ua 
We have helped others asm a 
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you: 

UNIVERSAL TUTORING 
COLLEGE 
2020 Douglas 


THE 

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finlihh 

rental 

7022. 


VICTORIA CEMENT 
— Concrete placing 
tg. Concrete pumpinj 
baaU. Phone 479-4987 c 


TELEPHONE HOURS 
8:00 A.m. to 8:00 p.m. 
Monday to Saturday in- 
elusive. 


COMING EVENTS 
AND MEETINGS 


CARL ANDRIES8EN, DECORATOR. 
582-40S3. Wishes You Happy Holidays 


3 DEATHS AND FUNERALS 


25 MALE OR FEMALE HELP 
WANTED 


384 BN FRANC POLITANO 381 3495 
I CEMENT. SEWERS. DRAINS 


Miieallaneoui Ssrvlca 

MAIL ORDER DYEING SERVICE. 
RobertBon Dyers and a earners 
Ltd., 6682 Main Street. Vancouver. 


Phone 885-8801 any time. 

HIGH SCHOOL AT HOME, 
waneda’a leading school Natlanaj 
College, 1707 Carnegie Crea, 477 . 


B ^ CK ”r> A J. R “* »*'«* Hoe petal, 
December If! 
1989. Mr. Reginald s Beawtck! 

64 J**.'*- bDrr In Surbiton. 
Surrey, England, and a realdent 
of Sidney, B C. for the past 57 

I {XT' ni 1 ' S" 4 *""- 645 Towner 

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CLASSIFIED CX)PY 
DEADLINES 


Cleanup Service 

RUBBISH HAULED. BASEMEN 13 
cleaned. Hava commercial vacuum 
claanar. Fences built, Rotovatlng. 
Free eatimatea, 383 938L J. C Van 
Nea 384 8718 anytime 

DUSTMAN SERVICE 
Gutten. yarda cleaned. 479-4446. 


ADVERTISEMENTS IN 
THIS CLASSIFICATION 
MUST COMPLY WITH 
THE 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 
HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 
SEE COLUMN 1 


HAVE LADDER WILL DO ANY- 
thtng. 6-9 p.m. 384-4825. 

STUDENT WISHES PART-TIME 


Plasterer* 


V. Matwick, 4140 Harder Rd., B. I 
Kablerake, IS Quincy St., L, I 
Prevert, 9*7 Guy Place, L. Morhart. , 
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the Flrat World War with the Cedar Hill. Mr* R Shipley, 2020 
2»h and S*h Ba'taJlori Foul Bay Rd , Mm L. W. Dodd, 838 

Service will be held In the Sands 9t Patrick St.. T. Paterson, 4468 
Mortuary Limited "Memorial Kulahan PI. 

Chapel or Chime*" on Monday. Ue- 
cember X 1988 at 3:00 p.m Brlga TURKEY WINNERS 

„ . dler Victor C. Underhill officiating. G. White. 3258 Happy Valley Rd., S. 

Sand. Cremation. :Sheldrake, 1133 Camroae. M. 

- j Hambleton, 1198 Victoria Ave.. A 

K c PDfLOTT-ln Victoria. B.C. on De-I^S?- A q fc ' r XJ >,C ^ 

cember 18. 1989. Mr. William. ^' n, ' 4r , S81T 

George Plmlott. bom In Elldmnt J™ Nlcholamt. 

- if* Manttnha and a realdent of Sooke. I to Browi. 838. Lamble Dr., C. W. 


Regular cUialfled adverttaa- 
menla may be placed at tha 
counter, 8 Ut to 5:00 pm. m 
tha day prior to publicstlon. 
Uondav to Friday Inclualva By 
p-m. Monday to Saturday to¬ 
ri oat va. 

telephone, 8:00 am. to 5:00 
AH classified semi-display oupy 
must be to the pcaaeaalon of 
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DuUglaa Street, by 1:00 p m. on 
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TUTORING: PROFESSIONAL 
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French, Math., new and old 
method. 382-7331 or 382-7886 

WANTED, UNIVERSITY STUDENT 
to tutor grade U dwildri Bt- 

ruafi 


STUCCOING, PLASTERING, 
alteratlooa, reasonable. 471-477*. 


30 SITUATIONS WANTID 
FEMALE 


Plumbing and Heating 

REPATR3, 


lUARE D! 


CLEAN- 


-, RENOVATIONS, NE1 

work, no Job too small Oabom 
Sales and Service, 388-789 1 anytime. 

BOY'S PLUMBING 


ADULTS OR STUDENTS INTER- 
eatrd In augmenting their Income 
by early morning newipaper deli¬ 
very In downtown and apartment 
areas. Duties would take On one 
and a half hours dally and eamlnga 
would be to vicinity of |6t)-|9C per 
month. Hnuaewlvea may alao apply. 
Victoria Preaa, Box 544 

PART-TIME OBSERVER, RE- 
aearch project In school, emotion 


DO YOU NEED ME - FIRST 
claaa typtat-receptlonlrt Attractive, 
capable and reliable; preference 
doctor or dentist office; will 
coodder any other Interesting office 


ALL TYPES OF CLEAN-UP 
work, big or a mail Call Bob. 385-8215 

ANYTHING 


_ _ REMODEL 

ling, new work, repairs. 383-8831. 
383-6831. 


PRESTO-LOGS—OIL—COAL 
Richard Hall and Sana. Since 1MR 
723 FORT ST 384-1431 


RUBBISH HAULED. _ 

of value bought tor caah 388-0482 


work. 384-8135 after 5 p.m. _ 

BOOKKEEPINC - YOUR OFFICE 
or mine — payroll. A-P, A-R, 
Financial Statement!. Reawsxbie 
RslM - Phone — Bus 3* 7 CL1 Rea 
47B-UM. 

WILL GIVE CAREFUL EFFI 
clent pre-achool child care. Bum- 
alde-Gorg* area 382-1990 

RESPONSIBLE GIRL WANTS 
babysitting or light heuaewark. 477- 


a R BROWN. 382-2747 
RapaJra Remodelling — New Work 

Roofing, Insulation and Siding 

VICTORIA ROOFING A 
INSULATION CO. LTD, 
Geriock shingles. Asphalt, cedar 
shingles and a hake*, gotten. Insu¬ 
lation and repairs 

917 Fort SL 982-2311 

PARKER JOHNSTON LTD 
1314 BROAD STREET 382*131 
ROOFING, INSULATION AT ITS 
vary BEST. Over SO years' cony 
btned experience to stand the TEST. 


Wood and Sawdust 


Contractor* 


DHILUJN FUEL CO. LTD., 38M811 
Cord wood, 2 cords. (28. Planer 
ends, 2 cords ( 28 . 

DRY FIREPLACE ALDER AND 
kindling. 842-3286. 

SPLIT FIREPLACE WOOD. SI 
stove wood, 07.50. 4784807. 

WOOD SHAVINGS AND SAWDUKE 
Phone 384-1423 or 184-7380 


W. CAMPBELL LTD. 

General Contractors 
Building Consultants 
Commercial and residential. Altera- 
tkm. repair*, caw net wurk, an- 
crate, sewer, drain mirk. 479 3804. 


TOLL COVEKkfiK 
CLASSIFIED HATES 

35c per line per weekday: 95c po¬ 
ll n* tor tore* nmaecuttve day*; 1 68 

B r line tor six tonsecutlve day* 

Inimum advertisement two lines 

only. C DO minimum charge 1 x 1 
advertlsemenU placed by telephone. 
Contract rate* on application 
Above rata* apply tc B.C only. 

Blrtb Notices, (2 00 per Insertion. 


CHARI-Ewoon -Geoffrey H. sud¬ 
denly, Thursday, December 18 . 
39®. at Kirkland Lake. Ontario, 
Geoffrey H. Cherlewimd <4 12 
Lake shore Drive, Kirkland Lake, 
Ontario, age 80 veers. Hi Is sur¬ 
vived by his wife Elizabeth at 
home and his mother H. R 
Chartowood of Victoria. B.C; 2 
bnXher*, Harold of Victoria. Re 
and Eric of St. Vital, Manitoba 
Resting at the Symington Ftmer- 
al Home, Kirkland lake, Ontario 
Funeral services on Monday. De¬ 
cember 32, in Si, Peter* Anglican 
Church at 130 p.m. Interment to 
the Kirkland Lake Cemetery. In 
memoriam contribution* to the 
Scholarship Fund of Narttem Col¬ 
lege will be gratefully acknowledged 


26 FEMALE HELP WANTID 


SEABOARD Const. Ltd. 
Designs qnd renovations 
Phone 384-0912 


ADVERTISEMENTS IN 
THIS CLASSIFICATION 
MUST COMPLY WITH 
THE 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 
HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 
SEE COLUMN 1 


BAHYSITTING FOR NEW YEAR S 
Eve. For information call 385-2943. 


K ASA PI CONSTRUCTION 
NBA and conventional Domex 
also Qummerrial but riera 38641*1. 

RENOVATIONS. GUTTERS, 8IDE 
.. Alright 


ELKS AND O.O.R.P. 
CHARITY BINGO 

Sat., Dec. 20—7:30 p.m. 
O.A.P. Hall 
1600 Government St. 

ADMISSION CARD 51 
Six Cards for 52.00 

Good Neighbors 
Door Prizes 
5 Extra Games 
25c a Card 


In Memoriam Notice*. Cards ol 
Thanks, Death and Funeral NiXtcea, 
not exceeding 12 llnea, *2.90 first 
Insertion and (2 06 subsequent In- 
aertkma Each addltVmal line, 30c 
dally. 


STEWART A HUDSON 
BUILDING SUPPLY 
CENTRE 


Septic tanka, sewers, i 
cleaning and repairs 
Duncan area 743-2084. 


i drain 
383-7345. 


walk. Kitchens a specialty. 
Builders, eves 479-1180. 

FARMER CONSTRUCTION 

Design — Renovations 
_ 388-51 31 _ 

MARDON HOMES LTD. 

New Construction - Homes and Com¬ 
mercial - Renovations - Plana 
Financing — 583-0996 

Altera (ion* 


RENDLE—At Langley, B.C.. on 
Dec. 18, 19®. Mrs. Eva Rendle, 
bum In Kent, England and a resi¬ 
dent of Victoria for 60 year* Be¬ 
sides her beloved huiband Ralph 
at 2680 Tamer Rd. R.R. No. 5, 
Victoria, she leaves a daughter. 
Mr*. E. (Muriel) Leader, aan-in- 
law, Ernie, Langley; aon Gordon 
and daughter-in-law Bette, Vic¬ 
toria; 5 grandchildren; brother. 
H. H. James, and sisters, Mr*. 
Violet Cmsaman, Mrs Kit Brown, 
Mrs Alice Fayne, all of Victoria 
Funeral service will be held at 
St David By the Sea Church, 5186 
Cordova Bay Rd.. by Rev. Gordon 
Walker au Monday. Dec. 22 . at 2 
pm, followed by cremation. Flow- 


Stamps 


PLYWOOD CUTTINGS 
3'xFxK" Sanded 
23tt"x4S"xU" Sanded 
11 Vx9«'xV Sanded 
r'xST'xit" Sanded 
lT'xiK'xH" Sanded 
13 "x96"xV Sanded 


Birth*. Death*. In Memariun 
Notice*. Cards of Thank* nut 
acceptad by telephone. 


WE ARE LOOKING 


COLVIN —At the Cowldian District 
Hoapttal, Duncan. B.C, on Dec. 
18, 1969, Mr. Robert Andrew 

Magnus W of Cowtchen Station: 
May 31. 1881 Survived by his 
slater Mrs William H. (Edith) 
Van* Of Duncan, and his toother 
Magnus W of Cowirtwn Station, 
three nieces and three nephews. 

■' rvtcM "HI he held ftom 
St Peter i Anglican Churrt Quamt 
£“"• JS? *} 11 1X1 Pm with 
Rev. Neil Roblnaon officiating In¬ 
terment churchyard cemetery. Hirst 
Funeral Chepri, Duncan. In care of 
arrangements. 


SUBSCRIPTION BATES 

Wherever carrier service to main¬ 
tained. (250 per month. 

Single copy sales price; 10c dally. 
15c Sunday 

By mall: Canada. (3 25 per memth; 
(9 00 per 3 months; *18 00 per 6 
months; *35 00 per year. 

United States, (4 00 par month 
All other countries. (4 50 per month. 
Sunday only. 25c per copy; *13.00 
per year 

Mall subscriptions ara payable to 
advance. 

Authorized aa second ciais mall. 
Pori Office Department Ottawa. 
Member at Audit Bureau to 
Circulations. 


_ _ Repairs - Catoneta 

WILLIAMS. BRAY 
A WILLIAMS LTD. 

853 CORMORANT ST. HM-7741 

REBNER CONSTRUCTION CO. 
Specializing to house and apartment 
training ExcluMve quality work- 
manehlp. 856-8505 


MIRROR BARGAINS 
IC'xM" Crystal 
l*"x4r' Crystal 
34 "x38" Crystal 
ST'xM" Crystal 
«2"x38" Crystal 
50"x28" Crystal 
1C'X34" Plate 
l*"x48” Plato 
3*"x28" Plate 
42-X28- Plate 
*0"x30" Plate 


AXIL: EXPERIENCED BAND 

available New Year's Versatile 
repertoire. Call 3844719 fron 4:304 

p.m. _ 

ORGANIST AVAILABLE, HAS 


telephone canvasser* who can 

spare lour bcurs a day to aell an 
Interesting and saleable product 
ad AN HOURLY GUARANTEED 
PLUS AN EXCELLENT COM¬ 
MISSION arrangement. You will 
work from a properly organized 
office telephone stall in a bual- 
neas office In comfortable condi¬ 
tion*. Apply Victoria Press, Box 
541 


phone 383- 


*98 

7 99 

6.98 
9 99 

11.99 

13 9* 
4 99 

16 t* 

14 99 

17.99 
3191 

HOLIDAY BARGAIN 
5'xS' painted Ping Pong Titos 
*“l" 99* 

Cloaed December 23tti and 38th 
Ckjen a* day SaUrday. Dae. 27th 
7:30 a-m.-5:30 pm. 

Seaaon'a Greetings to Ail From 

STEWART k HUDSON 
Open 6 days — 7:30-5:30 
Charges - Budgets 
Phone 386-3211 
400 Block Gorge Rd. East 


Tailor* 


BRITISH CUSTOM TAILORS 
Custom mad* suits, slacks, and I 
coats for ladle* and gentlemen Ws 
alter, remodel and raatyla 
1311 BLANBHARD 385407' 


IN AID OF LOCAL 
XMAS CHARITIES 


standarda 478-2680. _ 

LIVELY JAZZ OR DANCE DRUM 
mer aval la hie hr holiday dances or 
parties. 3824330. 


Traa Some* 


CLUB PACIFIC 
(formerly A J.'s) 
NEW YEAR'S PARTY 
The "In” Spot to ba 
RESERVE NOW 
*20 per couple 


RYAN—At his late residence. S2f 
Berkley Ave., on December 19, 
19®. Patrick Albert Ryan, aged 
Q yeari. Born In India and a real- 


E. FLAT ALTO 


GRENADIER _. -- 

saxo phone, >190 582-7038. _ 

DYNAOO OH RM S.. 2 LIFETIME 
12'a. pan hollow body. 3844)126 

3-PIECE BAND AVAILABLE FOR 
New Yean Eve. 478-2908 


ANYTHING IN TREES, STUM PR I 
hedgewurk or dangeruus trass 
Call; 

MT VIEW TREE SERVICE 
479 3873 - LNSUHK'U _ 

HOUSTON TREK SERVICE 
Topping, limbing, falling and prun 

a selective lot clearing Free 
mate*. INSU R ED. 38846a 

A-l TREE TOPPING. TREK ESTI 
mate* Anything In trees, hedges. 
Reasonable Insured 382-7744 

SUNSHINE COASTI TREE 
Service, tree topping and foiling 


AVON CALLING 

OPPORTUNITIES GALORE! 


G. W WHEATON LTD. 

Repairs Alteration* 582 215'! 


Tickets available at Club Pacific, 
Fort at Wharf; Styletan* Cleaners. 
Beacon Ave., Sidney 

FOR INFORMATION PHONE 
502-3909 or S8S4M23 
LIMITED NUMBER OF 
RESERVATIONS 


Naomi at home: one daughter Mrs. 
Oar* N. Roode. Victoria; 3 grand¬ 
children; two brothers. WBIIam of 
Victoria, Timothy of Vancouver; a 
■lepslater Nellie Vivian of Vic¬ 
toria. 

Funeral aervk-ea will be held In 
the Tbnmano £ Irving Funeral 
Chapel on Monday. December 22 al 
1:30 p.ra. followed by cremation. 
Flower* gratefully declined. 


CLASSIFIED 

ADVERTISING 

INDEX 


Delivery and Transfer 

OAK BAY TRANSFER MOVING, 
clean-up. Low rales. 383-78SL 

Drafting 


COSMETICS 


Two hnun showing 
each day will earn you II* the 
AVON way. No experience necessary. 
Phone 384-7345 or write Mrs. J. 


TERMS OF PUBLICATION 
Tha Victoria Press Ltd. shall not 
be HabJe for no-lnaertiuo of 

any advertisement beyond the 

amour* paid tor such advirtlse- 

m,nt . . __ __. Acreage for Sale and Wanted 156 

Li tha event of an error occurring Announcements ja 

the llatolty of Victoria Preaa Ltd., AnUqito* . ' .« 

mail not exceed the charge for the Apartmenta to Rent Furnished l« 
space actually occupied by the ttem Apartments to Rent Unfurnished 17 * 
to quertiun Apartments and Suites tor Sale IT) 

All datma on error to publication Apartment* Wanted r5 

■hall be mads within 12 hours *uto Body and Painting.im 

thereafter and If uX made shall net Auto Repairs. Service, Towfew im 

be curaldered No da.m will be Auto llS 

S°rtur "Tut “-clan, and Orchestras^ 


36 BUSINESS SERVICES 
AND DIRECTORY 


Oasslficallan 

No. 


Accounting Servica 

ACCOUNTING 8ERVICE. 
monthly and year end. 856-3250. 

Blotting 

ROCK BLASTING. STUMPS. 

Frcs estimates- 856- 


OLD TIME DANCE 


Lake HtU Hall. 3880 Quadra 
Saturday. 9-12. «. Columbian 
Orchestra. 

New Year's Eve 

Tickets at hall or phone S82-I2T7, 
*3.M each. Dance 9-3. Supper U 
p.m. Final date. Dec 27. Number 


RESPONSIBLE WOMAN WITH 
car required for five hours dally — 
five day week. Some outside 
contacts and office telephone, cleri¬ 
cal duties. Good aaiary and car 
allowance. If you have general 
business experience, good appear¬ 
ance and pleasing personality — 
apply to Victoria Press Box — 553. 

LADY OVER 21. WANTED FOR 
cooking and housekeeping to rest 

home at Qiemalnua. 

desired. Unwed motlv 
Please state 


MARCUS DESIGN ASSOCIATES 
Residential and commercial drafting. 
383-5480. 1868 Cook St 


HOMPSON—Al the Royal Jubilee 
Hoapttal on Dec 17. i969, Jessie 
Ethel Kathleen, beloved wife cf 
Karri A Thompson. 2059 Marion 
SL Survived also by 1 son. Peter 
Laurence Thompson. Edmonton: a 
grandson. Kevin. Victoria; 4 sis¬ 
ter*. Mrs. Francis F. (Bernice I 
Brydone - Jack, San Francisco: 
Mr*. Enid J. Cooper, Victoria; 


s. J. PEDEN LTD. 


ditches, etc 
2816. 


■rick Layers 

BRICK AND BLOCK WORK. 
General contracting. S8-3828 

FIREPLACES. CHIMMKYS AND 
repair*, stc. 382-1WL O. Henaai 

Bulldaxer* 


DANCE 


Wall Washing 

HAYWARDS WALlTWASHING 
Free Estimates, 182-0783. 


_... _ and 

experience. Willingness to leant at 
the Job will be considered. Phone 
743-2386 or writ* Box 36, Cobble 
Hill. 


Window Cleaners 


GREATER VI C T O H I A FIRE 
Fighters Curling raffle winners: 
2177; 923; 1878; 1Z77: 1442; 1379; 
325; 23S: 1854 

CAROL NIGHT SONS OF NOR- 
wav. Uio Hillside, Sunday night 


WINDOW CLEANING, COM 
merclal and general household 
cleaning, washing, waxing etc. 
Party clean-upa D and J Janitors. { 
4784192 

WINDOW ”c L K AN I NG RES!-! 
denttal or oommerdal 336-8215, 642- 
322L ____ 

37 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 


FASHION DRAPERIES, BED 
spreads, rods slipcovers, upholstery. 
Free estimate*. 479-7080. 


HENSON BULLDOZING LTD. 
Land clearing, road building. Spe- 
dalittng In subdivision development. 
Free estimates. Call anytime. 479- 
4234 


STENOGRAPHER 
Required by large retail store to 
assume full time portion executive 
secretary. Only capable and ex 
perienred condidatea should apply 
Shorthand essential. Good salary 


Dressmaking 

FASHION CRAFT SHOP 
28 WEST BURNSIDE. 385-1512 
Dressmaking, alteration*, fur re¬ 
modelling. forms 1 and bridal rent¬ 
als. party ooslumes 

DRESSMAKING AND ALTERA- 
Mona 4794391. _ 

ALTERATIONS, DRESSES, COATS, 
rttrts. 3884825 _ 

Electrical Contractors 


WATERMAN—In the presence of 
many friends, funeral services 
were held Friday afternoon In 
HAYWARD'S FUNERAL CHAPEL 
for the late Elite Kate Waterman, 

who paaaed away In Victoria on -- 

Dec ltt The Ven A E. G. Hendy FOUND: METCHOSIN-WISKART 
officiated, and during the service. Rd. Small brown dog. Bells on 
Mr*. Frances 9ritUh. chapel cottar. Reclaim for cost of ad. 478- 
aotolrt sang "Lead Kindly Llgnt." 5*57. 

Mr*. Kay Pullyhlank presided at , 'L. :. _ —— ■ . 

the chapel organ. Following the PERSIAN 

service the committal took place VJctalty of 

at the Royal Oak Crematorium. 1 Cr *"* ln " CmI 
Hie late Mra. Waterman Is sur¬ 
vived by two sons. James K, 

Victoria, and Edwin, of Calgary; 
alao a daughter. Mri. Diana 
Farrington, of New Zealand; and 
three grandchildren. 

10 FUNERAL DIRECTORS - 


Carpenter* 

EXPERT PORTUGESE CARPEN- 
ter. all types of remodelling. 
Handyman Jobs. etc. Frea ertt 
males. Reasonable. S82-B8D4. Merry 
Christmas and a Happy New Year 
to one and Ml. 


CEILING TILE — WHIT 
12 s 12 and 18x16 — Ms 
carton 

4x8xH Particle board 
4x8x94 Gyproc 

214" Fibregiaa Insulation, loo 


20 LOST AND FOUND 


HOSTESSES 
Full-time or Evenings 
—Uniforms supplied. 

—Good wage program, 
—complete training. 

COLWOofi^A A W 
1784 ISLAND HIQHWAY 


RELAXATION AND P 8 Y C H O 
CYBERNETICS CENTRE LTD.. 
SUITE 8. 819 TORT ST. 3884722 

31 TRAVEL 


ITS CHEAPER 

Kira by the hour. All phases, new I 
or nia Specializing tn flnlihlng 1 
work i Re fere nee x 385-8500. 

GENERAL REPAIRS. ALTERA 
nurse tritium, addition*. Fart courteuui 
service. Fier eatimatea 
W EARL EHY _ 385 0046 

ENGLISH CARPENTER 
Custom kitchen cabinets, vanity. 
Home alteration*, remodelling. G. 
Coulta*. 479-1683. 


BUILD 

A CAMPER TRAILER OR 
CANOPY TOP 
, Parts and Plans stocked 

8 to * Monday Through Friday: 
8:30 to I Saturday 

S. J. PEDEN LTD. 

2855 Quesnel St. 386-3464 


Bard and the Bolshoi 
1969-70 Show Stopper! 

8 nights London—4 Shows 

3 nights Moar-ow haket and Circus 
2 nights Leningrad -opera and 
bailee Only *814 all Inclualva from 
Victoria. 


PIERRE'S ELECTRIC 
Can Pierre tor electrical repair. 
House wiring, electric stoves, etc. 
B.C. Hydro financing available. 388- 
3242, anytime. _ 

RESIDENTIAL REWIRING 
Electric heating, appliances to*ta> 
led. Hydro financing. 

BUCKLE ELECTRIC 
479 3*41 385 BQRl 


--; EXPERIENCED AND 

T< WAL- B.C. licensed practical _ .. 

If found nurses aid. 21 or over, required for 
permanent afternoon shin by 

--- Cedars Privet* Hospital, 130 Men- 

2|M ' James Bay arc* preferred, 
llamondi. interviews Hhio a m.-3:00 pm. 
_ dally. Do not phone 


LOST YOUR PET? HOMES 
wanted, found SPCA. 383(814 

HAVE YOU LOST YOUR CAT? 


CUBBON LUMBER 
515 ALPHA 386-3288 
LUMBER 


To be trained for permanent 
positions as 
RED LION GIRLS 

- , Apply in person. Red Lk» Motor 

MALE HELP WANTED |Lnn. MM Douglas 

8TENOG-RAPHE R REQUIRED BY 
local bank. Muet have shorthand 
and previous hanking experience 
Salary commenaurat* with experi¬ 
ence. Contact Mr. Pries, 382-2106 

MATURE PERSON AS HOUSE- 
keeper-companlon tor lady Quiet 
area. North Oek Bay. cloae to 
transportation and shopping. 592 


Two Weeks in 
Hawaii or Mexico 


■g TOUR 

£ COMMUNITY CHAPELS 


McCOY ELECTRIC 
New and older humna 


Ft Albeml. Mrs A miaun khuu h n. ST, 7,*™ 

Nanalma R. Lakey 8K 127*6 Houses to R en t, Unfurnished 

———— - Houses Wanted to Rent 

Unisted States Representative* House* for Sale .. 

MATHEW8 SHANNON and urtn^CaSrilrt. 

CULLEN, INC. LtSUS SfoSd . 

New York. Boston, Chicago, Detroit, Livestock and Supplies 
Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Cleveland. Lost and Found ... 
Syracuse, Charlotte, Atlanta. Cln- Male Help Wanted . 


Rawtring Expert. Electric Heating 

older Homes rewired, no 

down payment. We finance through 
B.G Hydro Plan. 

EDDY'S ELECTRIC 385-7686. 

FETHO ELECTRIC 
Electric heating, rewiring, ap¬ 
pliance hookup, addition, hydro 
plan. S8846t2. One can does It ail. 


Hawaii tram *299, Me too from *275 
Includes round trip fare and hotel 
for 2 weeks. Departures on Sundays 
Book oca* for January and spring. 
1844813. Bains International Travel 


SENSIBLE PRICES 
SANDS MORTUARY LTD. 
Memorial Chapel 
of Chime* 

Victoria, B.C. 383-7511 


ADVERTISEMENTS IN 
THIS CLASSIFICATION 
MUST COMPLY WITH 
THE 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 
HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 
SEE COLUMN 1 


HOME REPAIRS, ALTERATIONS, 
additions. Reasonable. 652-1K14 

JOURNEYMAN AVAILABLE 
References. 479-3783. 

STAIRS. CARPORTS ,REN., REP. 
work, guaranteed. 185-3937. 


25 pa. 2x4-12' Eco. 

2* pa. 2x3-8' MR 
25 pc* 2xt4' Cedar 
a pa. 2x34 Cedar 

INSULATION 

Fibregiaa 2W"xl5" 1I» 

Zooolite (11 Ih.l over 20-ea. 

HARDBOARD 

W-4XJ Good Grade 

12-4x8 Good Grad# 

>4x8 Particle 

LUMBER SHORTS 


Batns International Travel Ltd. 
14813 184(397 


FOR GROUP OUTINGS 
CHARTER A 
B.C. HYDRO BUS 
DE LUXE COACHES FOR 
LONG-DISTANCE TRIPS 
CHARTER TRAVEL IS 
FUN, ECONOMICAL, 
PHONE 382-9261 


Carpets and Linoleum 


JIM DUNCAN 

Floor tending and peflnlsWng. Free 
estimates 3HWI293 or 386-7987. 


THINKING OF NEW 
FLOOR COVERING? 
SIMPSONS-.4EARS has VICTORIA'S 
finest and moat complete selection 
of WALL-TO-WALL INDOOR OUT¬ 
DOOR or ROOM-SIZE RUGS as 
well as UNOLEUMS and TILES. 


EXPFPTIONAI tailoring, sowing Itmrurtion and 

„ „ romirtUonahtp. Victoria Frees, Box 

OPPORTUNITY «a__ 

A MATURE WOMAN TO LOOK 

.. Z .....2 plus houae- 

._ r - — .. Canadas oldest work while mother works. Gordon 

and moat prominent j-ompanles^ln | Head 4774337. 

EXPERIENCED STUDENT HELP 
required over holidays. Apply 
Paul's Drive-In. 1900 Douglas it.. 
THIS POSITION PROVIDES I * fter u fi"*- 
Assured Basic Income 
Incentive Bonuses 
Generous Fringe Benefits 

Professional Training 


107 SANDS 

CHAPEL OF HEATHER 
*■ Colwood. B.C. 478-3821 


We have an opening for an aggros-.„ 
live, mature sales representative to after 2 small children 
represent one of *. 

Victoria and Nanaimo.' 

•ales experience would 
helpful, but not essential. 


CLASSIFIED 

SERVICE 

FOR 

DUNCAN 

COWICHAN VAI.LEY 
CHEMAINUS RESIDENTS 
Classified Ads phoned in 
to our Duncan office 
746-6181 

before 3:30 p.m. will appear 
in the following day’s papers 


CARDEN — CLEAN-UP — PRUN- 
Inf. Re design — Transplant ate. 382- 
0301. 

COMPLETE GARDEN AND TREE 
service etc. 383-8388. 


SATISFACTION GUARANTEED . . 
and YOU CAN CHARGE IT! Phone 
tor tree estimate, SIMPSONS- 
3EARS, 388 IUL 


PERSONALS 


Established 57 Years 


lxl -12 pa. 
1 x 2 -12 pa. 
1x34 pa. 
1x44 pa, 
1x84 pa. 
lx*4 pa. 
2x24 pa. 
2 x 1 each 
3x4 each 
2x8 earti 
2x8 each 
2 x 10 each 

MR. CLIFF TURLEY WHO FOR fr 1 *, ««:h 
meriy lived on Ruhr Rd. please NOTE: At* 
contact Mr. S. Kidd at 3884111. 


Guftai Claaning 
and Repairs 


Revenue Properties Wanted III 

Room and Board _ 

Roams to Rent ... 

Roan* Wanted .. 

.Situation Wanted (Female) 

Situation Wanted (Mall) . 

Situation Wanted (Mala or 

Female I .... 

Sporting Goode . .. 

Siova and Furnaces__ 

TeaChrt* Wanted . 

Tiros __...._ 

Timber .. .... 

Tools and Euipment for Rettt 

Tourirt Accommodation _ 

Travel .. 

Trade SrtiooM .. 

Trailer* and Trailer Parks_ 

Trucks ..... 

TV. Radio Sales and Seraiea .. 

Up-Tlland Properties .. 

Wanted to Borrow .. 

Wanted to Rent. MliraOaneotn 
Waterfront ProDartlaa _ 


SINGLE LADY REQUIRES COM- 
panion housekeeper to 50'a Non- 
smoker. Ltve-ln. New Year. Vic¬ 
toria Press, Box 515. 

LIVB-IN C OMP ANION HOUSE - 
keeper- Some remuneration. Pre¬ 
ferably one with valid driving 
licence. 652-1680. 

_ „„ EXPERIENCE D WAITRESS 

* i 0 .. . Preu ' ®™ 5821 required. Apply Paul'* Drlva-In. 

giving toll dets l. ot your experience iwo Douglas Street after 12 noon. 

All replies will be held to strictest --- —-- 

confidence. E X P E RIKNCED BABYSITTER, 

shift work She!bourne and Derby 
Rd area 477-2B94 

STARTING JANUARY I. WOMAN 
for light housekeeping and bahvrt 
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24 Baitfi (XoUmlft. Victoria, B.C., Saturday, Dec. 20, 1969 




. . And when yoar wnah 
Is done, it tarns oft 
yoar TV net,'* 


BUREAU OF USE 
LESS INFORMATION: 
Friday’s answer — Alas- 
talr Sim is Scrooge in 
my favorite movie, the 
1951 Christmas Carol. 
George Cole i* young 
Scrooge, Mervyn Johns 
and Hermione Baddoley 
the Cratchits, Michael 
Hordern ia Marley, Jack 
Warner is Dorking and 
Kathleen Harrison the 
housekeeper. And 
they're all on Channel 12 
at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday. 

Today’s question —- 
The easiest Christmas 
query, who wrote White 
Christmas and who sings 
it? Who played Kris 
Kringle in Miracle of 
34th Street? And name 
The Night Before 
Christmas' reindeer. 
Take the weekend. 
Answers Tuesday. 


Program Schedules for Saturday 


Fratraess eabjart to Isrt mlnto* Hhaaga* kr AIIbh nenceraad 


CHUT 2 

KOMO 4 

KINO S 

CHEK S 

KIBO 7 


CHAN ■ 

KCTB » 

KTNT 11 

KVOS fl2 

IH| | II w !■— 

KTVW IS 


Csttanooga Cat! 

Hr Cornea Grump 



1:0* 







Caitam«s cau 

Pink Panther 


Buge/Runner 

>:» 



News (8:45) 




Hut Wheel! 

H. R. Putnetuf 


Fjugs/Kurmer 

>:•* 



Movie 





Banana Split! 


Dastardly/Muttley 

1:8* 

Peta'i Place 


Movie 

Deelardly/Mutley 



Sky Hawks 

Banana Spilt* 

Out Six 

Penelope Pltitop 

!•:•* 






French Program 

Gulliver 

Football 


Scooby Doo 

18:80 






Fantaatlo Vayaga 

Football 


Football 

11:08 







Amer. Bandstand 

Football 

WreeUlng 

Football 

11:80 

Animal World 


Movie 

Football 


World Track! 
Skiing World 

Amer. Bandstand 
Golf Htghllghta 

Football 

Football 

World Tracka 
Skiing World 

Football 

Football 

18:00 

11:34 

Underdog 


Mnvl# 

RSffil 



Movie 

Fort ball 

Kaleidoeport 

Fool ball 




Learning Talk 

Govt. Story 


Frliro Football 

Kaleidoeport 

Movie 

Movie 

Kaleldolport v 

Football 

1:30 

Voyage 


Football 

Oakland Fort belt 

Xalaldoiport 

Movie 

Movie 

Kalaldoaport 

Lost In Space 


Voyage 



Archie 

Movie 


Movie 



Lost In Spare 
Suepenae Theatre 


I Spy 




Muvle 


Movie 

College Talent 

LM'a Catch Wish 

Lacroeaa 

1:00 




Storvtlme 

Movie 


Movie 

lACraaee 

Suipenee Theatre 

3:8* 

Star Trek 


Dennie Wholey 

Worid Ttxnorraw 


Bugi/Runnm 

Buge/Runner 

Movie 

Football Week 

Bugi/Hunner 

Movie 


Star Trek 



Cartoon! 

Upbeat 



Bug! /Runner 

Movie 


World of Sport* 



Carlo: mi 

Scene Seventy 


World uf 8porti 

Dakiari 


Movie 


World at Sport! 



Liule 

Scene Seventy 


Worid at 8porta 

Daktsrl 

Hockey 

Newi 

8:8* 

World of Bporta 


Perry Meson 

My Three Sons 


Hockey 

World d Soorti 

News 


Newe 


Wrestling 




Baiketbelt 

Hockey; Weekend 

New* 

Viewpoint 

New* 

Death Valley Dayi 

Hijckey 

Trlnl Lopei 

Trim Lope* 

Jackie Gleason 

<:» 

i:aa 

Wrestling 

Jackie Gleason 


Movie 

Glen Campbell 

You Allred for B 

Basket ball 
Basketball 


Dating Gama 

Andy William* 

Weekend 

7:81 

Jackie Gleason 


Movie 

Jackie Gleason 

Basketball 

Weekend: TBA 

Newlywed Game 

Andy William. 




Windfall 



Jackie Gleaion 

Wrestling 


Lawrence Welk 





Hogan'i Heroes 



Don Mener 

Wrestling 

Gourmet Show 

Lawrence Welk 

Movie 







Movie 


Klahanle 

Hollywood Palace 

Movie 

Family Affair 

Petticoat Junction 

9:5 

Movie 


Basketball 

Movie 

ResUeif Gun 

Hawaii AO 

Hollywood Palace 

Movie 


Mann lx 

11:80 

Movie 


Basketball 


ThriUer 

BswsH 1-0 

Newi 

Movie 



19:30 

Movie 




Thriller 

Newi 

Newe; Movie 

Movie 


News 

11:00 





Bub Cureiirao 

Politic!; Movie 

Movie 

Movie; Carson 

Movie 

Movie 

11:84 

Newi; Movie 


Movie 

Muvle 

Hub Curcuran 



Johnny Carson 



11:08 

Movie 


Movie 


Bub Curcuran 

Movie 

Movie 

Johnny Carnun 

Movie 

Movie 

83:80 

Muvte 

■ ■ _ - 

Movie 

Movie j 

Bob Curcuran 


Saturday Highlights 

NOTE: Channel 11 continues its schedule shuffles 
with new times tor Dennie Wholey, Invaders and Perry 
Mason. Details are In the listings. 

06:30 p.m— A rerun of a Trini Lopea variety special, 

wilh Nancy Ames- 7. 

07^)0—Viewpoint's Christmas ahow Is all carols—4. 

09:30—Hollywood Palaces Christmas show stars 
Perry Como, Diahann Carroll, ftnr Tillstrcan—4. 

010:00—A rerun of an hour with the hard-rock 
Temptations—6. 

Saturday Sports 

• 010:30 am.—First of the pro football playoffs is 
the AFL semi-final Kansas City at New York—5. 

011:00—Sun Bawl, Georgia vs. Nebraska—7,13. 

013:30 noon—Highlights of the U.S. golf year—4. 

04:30 pm —CIVs Wide World of Sports is mostly 
World Cup skiing—8. 

05:00—NHL hockey. New York at Toronto-2, 6. 

Saturday Movies 

9:00 a.m.—It Had to Happen (unbelievable 1936 
romanticemedy). Some nut cast Rosalind Russell and 
George Raft as a love duet—11. 

10:45—Man Behind the Gun (1952 Randolph 
Scott)—11. 

1:00 p.m.—La Belle Americaine (fatriy good 1962 
French car comedy), Robert Dhery, good support—4. 

1:30—Amazing Mrs. Holliday (fairish 1943 romanti- 
oomedy), Deana Durbin, Edmond O’Brien, Barry 
Fizgerald—5. 

2:00—Black Devils of Kali (1955 Lex Barker lemon). 
Two smashers today: this isn't one—12. 

2:30—Sierra Baron (poorish 1958 southern), Brian 
Keith, Rick Jason. Christmas shopping finished?—4. 

C-4:06—No Name on the Bullet (1959 Audie 
Murphy)—7. 

• 6:00—Panic fn the Streets (excellent 1950 plague- 
is-loose), Richard Widmark, Jack Palance, Zero Moatel, 
Paul Douglas. A goodie—11. 

C-9:00-Pocketful of Miracles (amusing 1961 Damon 
Runyon), Bette Davis, Glenn Ford, Peter Falk, Ann- 
Margret, many more—5. 

C-9.00—White Christmas (1954 perennial), Bing 
Crosby, Danny Kaye. etc. Might as well watch it once—8. 

C-9 M —Daddy Longlegs (1955, one of Fred Aotaire’s 
best). Leslie Caron k an excellent partner—12. 

11:00—Forbidden Street (fair 1949 costwne-romance), 
Dana Andrews, Maureen O’Hara. May be changed—11. 

011:05—White Christmas (see 9:00) - 6. 

Oil:05—Captain’s Table (so-so 1960 Englkh comedy), 
John Gregaon, Peggy Cummings, Donald Sinden—4. 

Oil :30—Holiday Affair (tedious 1949 Christmas 
romance), Janet Leigh, Robert Mitchum, Wendell 
Corey—7. 

11:30—Letter to Three Wives (1949 who’s-divorcdng, 
aging but still fair), Kirk Douglas, Jeanne Crain, Paul 
Douglas, Linda Darnell—12. 

C-ll:35—Pocketful of Miracles (see 9:00)—2. 

011:50—Strange Bedfellow (1964 stinker, another 
early turkey), Gina Lollobrigida, Rock Hudson—8. 

• 1:00 am.—Kind Hearts and Coronets (1950 
comedy classic), Alec Guinness nine times, plus Dennis 
Price, Joan Greenwood, Valerie Hobson. Drop everything 
for this—4. 

1:05—The Mob (routine 1951 crime thing), Broderick 
Crawford, Ernest Borgnine. The bartender did It—5. 

1:15—Ricochet Romance (1959 Marjorie 
Malnothing)—7. 

1:30—Crimson Kimono (1959 police, not bad), James 
Shigeta, Glenn Corbett, Victoria Shaw—12. 

1:30—Baron of Arizona (rotten 1950 Vincent Price 
western)—13. 

2:45—Woman on the Beach (silly 1947 aoaper), Joan 
Bennett, Robert Ryan. The time ia approximate but who 
cares?—7. 

4:15 Roadblock (fairly good 1951 oop-goes-bad). 
Charles McGraw—7. 

Saturday Radio 


Program Schedules for Sunday 


T m w a i subject to toto'Bilnata dusm by btottoab eeaoaraad 


CBUT I 

KOMO 4 

KINO B 

CHEK 6 

KIBO 7 

Tttoa 

CHAN 8 

Kero b 

KTNT 11 

KVOS 12 

KTVW IS 


Thl* Ia The Life 

Art Ole Fence 

Far* Yuutn 

Dudley Dorlghl 

Abinds Wunda 
Davey, Dean 
Gardening 

Eternal Light 


Discovery Day 

Go Earth. Peace 
Mormcn Chctr 
Lowell Thomas 

8:0* 

1:14 

•:00 

9:30 



Newt; Hymn* 
Revival Fire* 

Veet Wurvhlp 

12 Replay 

Cartoons 

Cartoons 

Anchor 


Wd You BaUeva 

George 0 1 Jungle 

Joe Nemeth 






Muvle 

Outlook 


Wd You Ballava 


Chrietmaa Soundi 




Heart (10:45) 


Movie 

Fort hall 


Football 


Comm Workshop 

Football 



F Troop 



Football 


Fort hall 

Discovery 

Hawaii Bowling 

Fort bail 

Football 

U:Si 

Album TV 


Movta 

Football 


Flirt ball 


Hawaii Bowling 

Tort hall 



Peta'i Place 


Rex Horn bard 

Football 

Discovery Day 

Football 


Hawaii Howling 

Football 



Safety Roundup 


Rex Humbert 

Football 

Oral Roberta 



Football 

root bait 



Kid* on Knmera 



Football 

Big Picture 

Football 

Chrlitma* Show 

Football 

Sporti Hot Seat 

Football 

1:31 

Sporti Hot Seat 


Kathryn Knbimui 

Fort ball 

Navy Adventure 

Movt* 


Football 

Atr Pollution 

Football 


Ah- Pollution 


Vulca uf Calvary 

Football 

Insight 





Football 


Movie 



Football 

Bible Answers 



Football 

Muvte 

Football 


Movie 



Football 

Christopher: Heart 

Movie 

Muvte 

Football 

Muvte 

Foot hall 

3:30 

Movie 


Movie 


Flaher Family 

Film: Cardans 




Newsmakers 


Horst Koehler 


Movie 

Cartoons 

Scop* 





Face The Nation 


Indian Christmas 


Movie 

Cartoons 

White Huntar 




Audubon 

Wagon Train 


Indian Christmas 


Perry Mason 

Good Guyi 

Expose 

Ryme fling 

Grand Ole Opry 

College Bowl 

Gunimoks 

Wegnn Train 

1:30 

Guntmok* 

Guitar Playing 

Perry Maaon 

I Love Lacy 






Wagon Train 



Houle Consort 

Movie 

Movie 

Rogues 

DlBtay World 



Windfall 

Don't Eat Daisies 

1:30 

Flykig Nun 

Houle Consort 

Movie 

Movta 


Chrlatmae Variety 


WUd Kingdom 

Christmas Variety 

Lassie 

7:00 

Dream of Jeannla 

Advocates 

Movie 

Movie 


Cbriitmaa variety 

Lend of Giant! 

Disney World 

Christmas Variety 

Grinch 

2:38 

Glen Campbell 

Advocate* 

Movie 






Ed Sullivan 

Ed Sullivan 

8:99 

Glen Campbell 

Forsyte Sega 

Movie 

Ed Sullivan 

Detectives 




Ed Sullivan 

Ed Sullivan 

9:39 

Bewitched 

Forajde Saga 



Interpol Men 





Glen Campbell 

9:99 

Wl > 

Silent Film* 

Outdoors 

Avengers 


Volpone 

Movie 

Ronsnia 

Volpone 

Qlen Campbell 

' 9:39 

WS 

Silent Fllme 

Christ ma* Song! 

Avenge re 






Mtailon Impose. 

18:0* 

Mima Welby 


Door to Lita 

Mlaskn impose. 





Weekend 

Ml*!km impoai 

»a:3i 

Marcus Welby 


Newi 

Mission Impose 







U:*« 



Oral Roberta 



Sports; Movie 

Movie 

I spy 

Movie 

Mere Griffin 

11:30 

Koehler; Wreitllnl 


Oral Robert* 

Movie 






Merv Griffin 

11:M 



News 

Movie 


Movie 

Muvit 

New* 

Movie 

Merv Griffin 

12:3* 

Wrestling; Word 

RMMIISS9R9BMBB1 

...... 


MHnnan 


C-7:30—Glen Campbell moves to Sunday—8. 

• C-8:00—Ed Sullivan reviews the 1960s with scores 
of big names. Like Barbra, the Beatles—2, 6, 7,12. 

C-9:00 A 90-minute CBC version of Ben Jonson’s 1606 
comedy Volpone, starring Jack Creley—2, 6. 

G9 M —Glen Campbell’s new time on CBS—7. 

• 9:00—The silent film la Code of the Sea, with Rod 
La Rocque—9. 

C-9:30—A program of Christmas carols—11. 

C-ll .00—Oral Roberts’ Christmas special—11. 

Sunday Movies 

10:00 a.m.—Queen of Babylon (1956 Rhonda Fleming). 
Hktory it ain’t; breathing exercises it k—11. 

1:30 p.m.—Ma and Pa Kettle at Waikki (1955 bad 
trip)-2. 

02:00—Dog of Flanders (1959 children’s adventure, 
weepy but good), David Ladd, Donald Crisp, Theodore 
Bikel—4. 

2:30—Eleanor Roosevelt Story (good 1965 documen¬ 
tary)—6, 8. 

2:45—Falcon and Ihe Coeds (1943 mismatch)—2. 

• 3:00—Panic in the Streets (exciting 1950 plague-is- 
looee), Jack Palance, Richard Widmark, Zero Moatel—11. 

• 6:00—All About Eve (smashing 1950 Oscar 
winner), Bette Davis, George Sanders, Anne Baxter, 
Marilyn Monroe, many more, and ail great—11. 

C-6:00—Brighty of Grand Canyon (fairly good 1967 
burro's adventures), Joseph Gotten. The kids will like 
It—12. 

C-9:0Q—Duel of the Titans (bambone 1966 dubbcr), 
Steve Reeves, Vima List. Flesh and fantasy—4. 

C-ll :00—Kiss Them tor Me (1957, one of Cary Grant's 
few flops). Plug Jayne Mansfield, Suzy Parker—12. 

0-11:20 — Strange Bedfellows (1964, one of Rock 
Hudson’s many flopa). Plus Lollo Ginabrlgida—6. 

0*11:30—CUmats (1962 Andre Maurois drama, may be 
good), Marina Vlady, Emmanuele Riva—4. 

C-ll :40—Lost World (jolly 1960 Jules Verne fun), 
Claude Rains, Miohael Rennie. Jill St. John—2. 

1:05 a.m.—Operation Mermaid (ridiculous 1963 war 
adventure), Keenan Wynn, Mai Zetterling. Make plans to 
finish that Christmas shopping—7. 

Sunday Radio 

11:00 a,m.—Philippe Entremont and the National Aria 
Centre orchestra play a Mozart concerto—CBU (690. 

4:80 p.m —NHL hockey, Montreal at Boston—CBU. 

• 5:05—The Queen may not be broadcasting 
Christmas Day but Rember When has her first talk, in 
1952, and the first ever, by Goerge V in 1932. Hus Jack 
Benny, Fibber and Moly, and more—CJVI (900). 

• 7:00—Fine music comes in pairs; first, Britten's 
Ceremony of toe Carols, then Handel's Messiah—CFMS 
(98.5). 

7:35—Opera Theatre: toe 1969 Salzburg Festival 
version of Mozart's Goal Fan Tutte—CBU-FM (105.7). 

8:30—The Toronto orchestra and Vladimir Ashkenazy 
play a Mozart concerto—CBU. 

11:00—The 1969 CBC song market finals—CBU. 

• -Recomended; C-Color. 


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1:00 p.m —This week's Metopera recording Is La 
Boheme CBU (690). 

3:00—Encore repeats a program about W. R. Yeats 
and Maud Gonne, plus some Dylan Thomas words—CBU- 
FM (105.7). 

8)05— Gala Performance showcases Tchaikovsky’s 
sixth symphony. You know, the one where everyone 
applauds after the third movement—CFMS (98.5). 

9:00—CBC stage has a new adaptation of The Chimes 
by somebody named Dickens—CBU. 

Sunday Sports 

C10.30 am.—NFL football, Washington at Dallas—2, 

8. 7. 12. 

<3-11:30—A Hawaiian bowling tournament—5, 

• C-l :00 p-m.—Hie second AFL semi final: Houston 
at Oakland—5. 

C-1:00—NFL, Baltimore it LA. Last game of the 
regular season (sob)—7, 12. 

•V 

Sunday Highlights 

C*1:00 pan.—First of toe week’s many Christmas 
specials has a choir, puppets and children's art-4. 

C-2.30—Hazel reruns return—II. 

04:00—A Christmas song show involving F.A.O. 

Schwarz of New York, world’s biggest toy store-5. 

C-4:30—An Ontario Indian Christmas ahow—8. 

C-5:00—The Grand Ole Opry’s Christmas show—4 

6:00—The Houle Consort plays baroque and Renais¬ 
sance Christmas music. A rerun, but a gocd program—9. . 

07:00—Peace, a Christmas music-drama show, Is j G “oJ{! v ax*Vor«»t o*u asUn 

about what Christmas means to various people. Such as gj 
Den Rowan, Victor Borge, Larry Storoh, Forrest Tucker, 

Bob Darin—2, 6. , 

C-7:30—Another run of the, fairish How the Clinch 
Stole Christmas 7. 


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old. cast new ODD. Beat oiler. 384- 
4485. 

UPRIGHT PIANO, GOOD OONDI- 
tlon, Mod tone, IMi or rtfs*. 388- 
TWO. 

LOWREY ORGAN. HOUDAY 
modal. Good condition. *398. 385 
9088. 

PAUL AMPLIFIER, DUAL 12" 
■maker*. *75. 479-H96 

MANSUY CELLO AND ACCESSOR 
lee. SB8-584C. 

N DUCKWORTH PLANO TUNER 
188-3088 9 to 1 p m. 

VOX BERKLEY. TWIN BOXES, 
with aland and covers. 184-1274. 

CEC KING PIANO TUNER AND 
repair* Phone 477-391*. 

PORTABLE ORGAN, ALSO BASS 
amp. *77-3082. 

COMPLETE RET OF DHUM3. 
Ilk* new. 47S4G8S 

PIANO TUNING, *13 REPAIRS 
368-2524, H WllH&ffil. 385-3119. 

BOOSEY-HAWKES B FLAT 
clarinet, 985 or otter. 932-3032. 


PIANOS ' 

for Christmas 

—New modem pianos from 
3644 

—Reconditioned Heintzman 
pianos, 3498 

—Reconditioned Mason and 
Risch, Weber and Do¬ 
minion piano, 3298 

—Convenient credit terras 

WOODWARD'S MAYFAIR 
2nd Floor 


FINAL PRE-CHRISTMAS BALE 
Good 32-pedal Hammond organ wttt 
tone cabinet. ONLY *2,969. 

New 2S-p (dal Wurttlaer organ. 
ONLY 

New Hra-eeshoe Wurtttwr organa 
with toll rhythm section lad 
arrived . . . at J2.au. 

Jurt one left of Hie WnStrer 4081 
model; 2 -manual; on aaie at cloae- 
oul discount price rt ONLY JB99 
PLUS many other new and uaed 


Lota c i piano* Mieriock-Mannln*. 
Hetntanan, Baldwin. Gulbranaer, 
Bell and olliera — moderately 

NEW player rrtto with 
word*: acein ringing from tha 
roarin' 20 e to the preaod popular 
tone*. 

Other items ae lam pa. plaque* and 
buata and plana rtonl* at 
SCOTT PLANO A ORGAN 
■U Fori St 3M-«8Q 

Open nightly til Xmaa YH 1 


YAMAHA PIANO ORGAN 
WITH LESLEY SPEAKER 
AND BENCH. ALMOST NEW 
SPECIAL PRICE 1849 

EASY TERMS AND 
FREE DELIVERY 

AT 

THE TRADERS 
T1S FIN LAY SON 
(BESIDE MAYFAIR) 

OPEN NIGHTLY TIL • 


YAMAHA 
GRAND PIANO 
FOR CHRISTMAS 

YOUR CHOICE - WALNUT OR 
EBONY 

FLETCHER BROS 

2020 Douglas S3-0248 Anytime 


CHRISTMAS BARGAINS 
81* Used Upright Plane* from 
J175-JS25; Player piano, V at». 
Wlllla, raflnlahed 1748; player Man-, 
medium aired Morris reflniahed 
nil. 

New Gem organ. 1795; new Hohner 
mm bn piano 1545; 1 near-new 1» 
hata llallsn plann-arrordlon 8149. 
CEC KING PIANO SERVICE 

477-3818. 


HALL & FAIRFIELD 
MUSIC CENTRE 

INSTRUMENTS — ACCESSORIES 

SBKBT MUSIC 
PRIVATE MUSIC LESSONS 
SCHOOL BAND RENTALS 
COMPLETE REPAIR SERVICE 

728 Fort St. 385-8342 


63 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 64 


LOOKING FOR A STARTER 
ORGAN! SEE THE GEM FROM 
SUNNY ITALY. A GREAT LITTLE 
ORGAN COMPLETE WITH LESLIE 
SPEAKER FROM *895 

XMAS SPECIALS 

IN OUR TRADE-IN DKPT. 

HEINTZMAN GRAND .11895 

LAWRENCE WELX THEATRE 

MODEL THOMAS . *3985 

"FARFISA" WITH RHYTHM 1888 

LOWERY STARLET ... -*650 

"KSTEY" ..-.MM 

LESLIE SPEAKER .I* 

BERNEE PORTER- MUSIC 

1734 DOUGLAS ST. 
OPPOSITE THE BAY 
•WE SELL FUN" 


PARAGON MUSIC 

Put a Gulbranaen organ in 
your home — The only organ 
with a true piano and an 
inbuilt rhythm section. See 
our selection of new and 
used organa. 

1610 Cook 385-5275 


SINGLE KEYBOARD TRAN 
SISTOB ORGAN BY PHILIPS 
COMBINATION CHORD 
ORGAN FINK TONE, ONLY 
DO" LONG. SPECIALLY 
PRICED MM WOODWARD'S, 
MAYFAIR. 2ND FLOOR. 


NELSON’S MUSIC CENTRE 

LESSONS 

SALES—RENTALS—REPAIRS 

1320 Broad St. 38545242 


STEREO, NORDMENDE. HIGH 
rtaaa cabinet, AM abort wave. 4- 
■peed dual change. cn*» *7(1(1, will 
aell tar *395. 183-9217 Cram 14 a.m., 
after 5 p.m 


MASON AND KIRCH upright grand 
plana, 4Sln. high, <3B8, new StflOD 
Open -Ul S. 

I.B.D.S. 

HMD Eaqrtmrtt Rd., 3W-378(1 


63A MUSIC TfACHHK 


PRIVATE MUSIC LE9SON3 ON 
MOST ALL INSTRUMENTS 
HALL AND FAIRFIELD 
738 FORT — SB8M 


ACCORDION. GUITAR AND PIANO 
clarinet and drum* lessens Keith 
Park suffice. 894 Ctovardala Ava . 
S85-30U or 382-5258 


PLAY POPULAR PIANO. 

20 inaina. Reaalta guaranteed. 
Mn Tad Wlltlama. W«12Ba 


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TV, STERSO, RADIO 
SA£K5 AND SERVICE 


COLOR-VU TV 
1B0 FAIRfTELD RD 

BLACK and WHITE 
SERVICE CALL 

35.50 

with tois ad, 33-50 
COLOR 

SERVICE CALL 

37.50 

with this ad, 35.50 
Best Service in Town 
BLACK and WHITE 
RENTALS 
SALES SERVICE 
9 a.m. to 9 p.m. 386-6311 


Music Lessons, Repairs 
Rentals and Instruments 
BERNIE PORTER MUSIC 
1724 Douglas — 382-9542 


OM only HAMMOND CHORD 
organ, recent modal J8B5. 
Convenient credit terms 
WOODWARDS, MAYFAIR 
2nd Floor 


WISH QUICK SALE OF BKAUTI 
fill Walnut Hammond organ. 81-nrtr 
keyboard and frti 22 pedal key 
board A.G O. wilh Hammond PRW 
amplifier Ideal for brtne 
'church 477 K*V 

STEINWAY’ 7-FOOT GRAND IN 

K rferl irindltlan. Superb tone 
aven to play. Spinal surgery 
compel a this private sale. *2.300. 
Phone S8M544 


CONN TENOR SAXOPHONE *130; 
Booaey and Hawkes B flat darinet. 
*100; All in exeolleot condition. 592 
4458, 5-7 p.to 


120 BASS ACCORDION, ITALIAN 
*80. 471-2994. _ 


FURNITURE 


FURNITURE tOmOJITlV 
For aamplea and fraa artlmataa In 

your home call 1. Wordan nr G 
Hodgion. S83-5IT! - - - 

turn, 7S7 Yatea 


Standinl TUi ,,1- 


trf. BRrrisn upholstery shop 

881 JOHNSON ST. - 385-2222 

Sound needle point atooto, walnut 

3 PIECE SIMMONS flECTIONAL 
rhuitarfIrld Make! 2 ungla beda 
*125. 886-3258 _ 

DANISH TEAK 2-DRAWKR DISK 

Bent offer. 385-8577. 


ALTO SAXOPHONE, 
tion. C«er». 582-47W. 


UPRIOHT GRAND 
fere After «. 3X4-2503. 


NEW CONDI- 


PIANO. ,OF- 


WANT 't,-SIZE VIOLIN. VICTORIA 
Press Box 531 


8 FINE VIOLINS. 

384-4077. 


PIANO ACCORDB3N EXCELLENT 
condition 80 hues *78. 388 0007 

FENDER GUITAR. *150. OR 
(offer. Phone 502-7852. 


OLD 5-STRING BANJO, *75 OR 
beat o ffer. 85 6-428S_ 

*45 AMPLIFIER AND *145 GUITAR 
with caae for sale for *75- 883 -2851 

riNG JB PROFESSIONAL TH< i 
bona. 388-012 


TV, STEREO, RADIO 
SALES AND SERVICE 


SAVE 


0 

SAVE U 


S! 

AND 

WE MEAN IT! 

WE WILL NOT BE 
UNDERSOLD! 

!!! SAVE !!! 
for Christmas 

CARLOAD SALE 
!! MUST SELL !! 
PRICES ARE 
DOWN.DOWN 


All Styles 
Available in 
CLAIRTONE 


64 


TV, STEREO, RADIO 
SALES AND SERVICE 


QUADRA’S ANNUAL 
PRK-CHRISTMAS 
n.F.ARANCt SALE 


1 O n I y 15” RCA 
portable. Reg. *319.50 


RCA 




eolor 
048 88 


color 

*488 88 

cole* portable 
roll- around 
8815.88 


porta 

1 Only 22” RCA 
complete with 
stand 


1 Only* 25" RCA cotar portable 

complete with rell-around 
etend *888.88 

2 Only 25” RCA Mark IT. • wtonut 


STEREO CLEARANCE 

1—RCA Coppell la 75 watt amplifier 
Garrard T5" atudlo changer, 4 
Stt" rpeaken, 3 IF 1 ovata. Sliding 
dooca cover record storage com¬ 
partment and apeaken. Danish 
walnut. Reg. *S9 
TO CLEAR *4*8.88 

1—RCA French Provincial Fruit 
wood 75 Watt amplifier changer, 
4 3M and 3 Id” speaker*. Record 
storage In oartra. Reg. |572 TO 
ULEAK *448 88 

QUADRA SERVICENTRE 
3514 Quadra — 385-6422 


Mel’i Mel’a Mel's Mel’s 

MEL'S BARGAINS 

3-jlc. Sectional with attached 
end tables and round cof¬ 
fee table. Reversible cush¬ 
ions, beige and brown. A-l 
condition, complete $249.50 
High-back gold Hostess 
Chair $34.50 

9’xl2' green pattern 
rug $55.00 

Curved walnut Buffet Bar, 
54”xl8". $159.00 

Assorted TVs, $35.00 and up. 
Maple Rocker. $49.50 

823 Pandora Ave. 384-3152 
Opposite B.C. Hydro 

Mel’s Mel’s Mei’a Mel’* 


New and Used TV 
and Combinations 

Brand New - Fleetwood 28" S-wiy 
combination. 23" bonded picture 
tube. AM-FM-FM stereo ridio, 
4-ipeed Garrard changer. 

ONLY 


*399.85 


ADMIRAL 25“ IMPERIAL COLOR 
TV console — contemporary 
styled wood veneer cabinet. 3 
year picture tube guarantee; 1 
year tuner guarantee: 1 rear In 
Iht home free parti and aar- 
vlce. Suggested Mai 088 35. 
ONLY *898 * w*h trade 

* TV. outstanding values In 
FLEETWOOD, ZENITH. ADMIRAL 
PANASONIC. 

MANY OTHER MODELS — New 
and Used. 

FROM *49.95 
See ua now at 

MAIS FURNITURE 
1821 Cook St. 385-2435 


SMALL APT RCA 
STEREO 1 * TO CLEAR 


AM-FM 


philips IS70 itereo components, 
tape and cassette recorder! AM-SW 
FM-FM itereo tuner and amplifier 
from *198.00. 

PHILIPS hlgh-fldelty ilaraa loud- 
apeaken. large select km bo choose 
from at: 

"ELECTRON' 

3D0 W Burnalde Rd. 

383-5432 


EXAMPLE 
25’’ Color TV $649 
FULL PRICE 

3-Year Guarantee on 
Picture Tube 
1-Year Free Service 
FREE DELIVERY 
NO DOWN PAYMENT 
NO PAYMENT TIL 
FEBRUARY 

OTHER SETS 
AT 

PRICES TOO HOT 
TO PRINT 

ALSO 

All Makes of 
Stereos 

GOOD USED TVs 
From $10-00 Up 

ALL 1969 SEWING 
MACHINES 
*4 PRICE 

COME NOW 
Don’t Mias the 
SAVINGS of a 
LIFETIME 
OPEN 

10 a.m, to 9 p.m. Nightly 
INDEPENDENT 
BUYERS DISCOUNT 
SERVICE 

904D Esquimalt Rd. 
383-1780 24 Hr*. 


TV RENTALS 

Rent latast model portable TV 
— also color TV ronidet at 

BUTLER BROTHERS LTD 

i7» Dougin st 881 -an 

(acroaa from the Bay) 


VERY LARGE SELECTION 
OF USED TVs; ALSO HI-FI 
AND 3 WAY COMBINATION 
LOW, LOW PRICES 

AT 

THE TRADERS 
115 FINLAYSON 
(B1SID® MAYFAIR) 
3880264 

OPEN NIGHTLY 'TIL * 


TV RENTALS 

The Beat TV Rental Service 
From ai Low u *7.00 Per Month 

PHONE TODAY 385-2435 

MAIS FURNITURE 
1821 Cook Street 


2 PICKUP SOLED BODY ELEC 
trie guitar and caae. *80- 478-1184. 

SHERLOCK MaVnIkG BABY 
grand piano. Call 5 92-4997. 

GUITARS. ARCADE AND HAG- 
ilrom HI with caae *88-21(15 


COLOR TV SPECIAL 
With matching itereo. Top wm- 
;»>oent», Italian Provincial cabinet*. 
15' TV, AM-FM Record player 
Tape Jack!. Both for the price of 
one. Mr Bell 386-34S0 or 384-966* 
Eve*. 

C.H.S. 


19" VIKING PORTABLE TV WITH 
itand. *75 or offer. SB3-0SS. 


1 only modem atyHnc, chrome 
■land imoked ua. Removable 
aide apeaken 4wpead changer 
complete * 1 *W 

1 only ai above with white trim 
and blue cover * 218.88 

1 only amaH SpentWi Mediterranean 

antiqued pecan wood ftm 88 

1 only Contemporary Danlih walnut 
law hey .Rag. 050. 
SPECIAL r > - - 


• Colonial Low 
6.96. SPECIAL 


Boy. 




. RCA cotorrial I*»w Boy 75 watt 
ampjtfler Garrard 75 changer 4- 
S44 Fl and 2 - 10 " weaker! 
centra record ikngt and 
covered grill! over ipeafcers 
Reg |644. SPECIAL CLEAR 
ANOE *488 88 

OOMFIFTT RADIO STOCK 
TO CLEAR AT 
13 PER CENT OFF. 

QUADRA SERVICENTRE 
3514 Quadra — 385-6422 


REEL to REEL 
Tape Records 

Cleaned, Adjusted, Aligned 
$8.50 

STEREO WORLD 
“Victoria'* Sony Centre” 

Dual Thorerts Shure Revox 
Wharfedale Kef Sony 
Sale* and Service 
Quadra at Johnson 38S-7233 


THE BAT 

TELEVISION. RADIO 

MAJOR APPLIANCES 
EXPERT REPAIR SERVICE 

Repair* made In your bona or tn 
the lervlca building by aompotent 
lerhulrlani and backed by linrau 
HBC guarantee. You can u*a juur 
BAY Account 

DIAL 385-lSLt LOCAL 2M.3U 


THIS WEEKS SPECIAL 
23“ ADMIRAL TV 
ONLY *225 With Trade 
1-Year Warranty 

ATLAS STEREO CENTRE 
764 Fort ~ 385-2712 


RENTALS 

U". rr\ it 1 , rr. ar 

and alao aoma ookx TV iet», tape 
recorders and reourd playara 
GUARANTEED TV AND RADIO 
REPAIRS fall make*). 
KENTS LTD. 

t«8 Fart 8R8-SS1I 


STEREO COMPONENTS AMPLT- 
fler 1 Dyne S-GA 8 KA stereo, 
*1*0; apaalcan 2AR4X. *140; 
turn table dual KIOfiF with rtiure 
cartridge. HU *861308 Will eon- 
ilder tiler* 


IMS. »" DUMONT COLOUR T.V S. 
Low Bay, waloU ,8 year warranty 
on picture tube. ‘1 year parti and 
labour. *89* wXti walking trade 
Terms available Contact Art John¬ 
son. 386-2459. C H S. 


Lika new Panasonic reel to reel 
stereo tape recorder with as tell Its 
•paakn - wai *888 00 NCW ONLY 
*Se<r A*k for Luther 288-2454 CH S. 


1970 MODEL EMERSON 

a*" COLOR TV-FEATURE AUTO¬ 
MATIC F INE T UNING AND U.H.F. 
8-YEAR PICTURE TUBE WAR 
RANTY 

SALE PRICE MW 

WITH APPROVED TRADE 
NO MONEY DOWN, 

NO MONTHLY PAYMENTS 
TIL FEBRUARY 

EMERSON 8 WAY COLOR COMB! 
BINATION. REG CUM SALE 
PRICE *996 WITH APPROVED 
TRADE 

AT THE TRADERS 
715 FINLAYSON 
(BESIDE MAYFAIR) 

8884884 

OPEN NIGHTLY ‘TIL * 


WANTED 
8 Pre-lMi Whartdale Riper 12 RS- 
DD ipeeked or Geodman I220C, 
without cabinet 4782997. 

SONY TC 125 4-TRACK STEREO 
,-SBiVtte recorder. *100, JE2-9675 

SHERWOcTd AM-FM TUNER, 
1269.35; TABLE ROSTRUM AMPLI¬ 
FIER. *156.80: RUMPUS ROOM 
SPEAKER AND ENCLOSURES. 

TELE-TECH SERVICES LTD. 
iocs Wharf st aas-nnu 


5-UNIT SYSTEM. TUNER, RE- 
cord changer, double amplifier, 
large ipeaker Cnrt ova t MOO to 
assemble, will aacrlftea for *250. 418 

saoa 


KENTS 

far a family gift 
New Shipment Just Arrived 
ELECTROHOME TV, 25’’ 
SALE PRICE $799 
Comparable Price $899 

KENTS LTD. 

742 Fort St. 383-7104 


See the arssBng new "SANYO" IF 1 
Color TV An e**y to operate ut of 
high oaallty. Bright natural colon 
*415.00 st 

"ELECTRON” 

100 W. Burnside RA 
38.1-54S2 

NORESCO STEREO SYSTEM, 1 
year old, apeaken never uaad 
perfect condltlolt. 888-2*85. 


DUAL STEREO TOR SALE. CV2 
amp.. 109* tqmtabla. laophona 
tpeakerl, *82*. Will courtder offera 
8844194. 

25 IN. DUMONT COLOR- TV. 
French FrwtnclaJ cabinet. 3 veeia 
rtd. Good noadlttao, New cost *1235 
Sell for MM. 477-8R1 


FOR SALK: TV CAMERA, FOR 
use with Pome TV *et. Ilka new, 
82 50. 143-261 4._ 

HAVE BOUGHT A COLOR TV, 
selling Admiral 23 In., reeaomtea. 

6)6 Cathe rine 91. _ 

BAKER ELECTRONICS LTD. 
Tape recorder salei and aarvtca. 
1517 Quadra (rear! 384484*. 


HALLJCRAFTER CO *A CITBffiN 
band Iransiwlwr. Priced for fluid! 
sale. 3W-00®. 


TV AS NEW, *300. 
478-5379, 396-8532 


1970 ZENITB HTEREO, 3 MO. 
old. *300 or best offer. Ph. S85-2M3. 


21" BLACK AND WH'TE EWCC- 
trobonve TV,, BO <794912 


STEREO SET. TOP UNE H.C.A., 
Satin walnut, 2 yra. new. 385-0071 


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MOTORCYCLES 


HONDA 50 MOTORBIKE, ON I Y 
3000 miles. *65 383-1ITTO 


•0. 


•89 HONDA. MOTOCROS8 
Road and trail hike. 383-8393 


YAMAHA HO TRAIL. AS NEW, 228 
mites. 884-1544 


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Bltllt Oolantlt, Victorio, B.C., Saturday, Dec. 20, 1969 25 


«_MOTORCYCLD 

MINI BIKE 
SPECIAL 
$219.95 

Fealuiee. 

-3 H P. Bnggt ini Stratton 

Motor 

- M«« rtyle wheel. 

—American bultt 
-Reg. 1373 

. . accessories 

* h!pm ” t ol 

mJSWkm 


70 HIAVY IQUIPMINT 7i SPOUTING GOODS 
AND MACHINERY gift suggestions 

Duck decuy. *2.39; compauei *1.05; 

USED INDUSTRIAL UNITS 8L£? mu. rm- 
C*«t 450 with I yard loader and butt pads I2.S0; light black $1.75; — 
14 ft backhoe, good working ordar, acopei Cl®: gun rack* $5.95: car 
$9,500 protectors $5; blank pistols S3 
spotting scope $27; binoculars $ 22 . 
Cs■« 350 19M Construction King Crosaman pistols *24 *46: rifles, 
tractor with loader and 14 ft- hack- shotguns, handguns. 

hoe, excellent mechanical rotadlUco. _ ROBINSON'S 

$9,500 1307 Broad St. 1*5X425 

Case 10 Crawler dleert engine with 411 S ^?*? K, . N _ DIVE 

angle hlade, geamiatic wtnch earn ,J h > v 


Case 10 Crawler dleaet engine with 411 S ^*?*? K, . N _ DIVE SPI 1 ?,** 1 ?.,, 
angle hlade, geamiatic wtreh et» “.ii" 1 * h<Y v "1 

plele with caittpy, undfrcsrrtage 1,01 come apart, $■ up. Xmas 
jjooj tt\i apedais un tanka, regulator«. packs. 



Faro ShtekW—Ren $3 95 DTT'TT 1TP Rpnc SCUBA SHOP 

Special $195 UUlLiLK BKU3. 1919 DOUGLAS ST. 

"‘‘'"'sJ^taTc?! *“ EQUIPMENT ---—- 

See us now at Keating Croas Road "CHARGEX'' 

MULLINS MARINE Phon« Local 5« 

SALES LTD. ' RAY’S SPORT CENTRE 

$26 Yliea Streat 71 FARM IMPLEMENTS 1692 Dousing" St. 385-6312 

Victoria. B.C. __ _______ 

__302-18* _ FORD TOR TOE MAN AT CHRISTMAS 

pan Tfws* a a ns . r - N I W (itill'MCkUBd) lUtOIAAtlC 

KawasaliliStrmfdea Farm and Industrial Winchester litrap gun model 1400. 

mph-^ » Tractors and Equipment JSS*! 1 aSSJ w£.‘ nXTSJ? 

lao oc Tran A«e«i -»47p FORDSON Super Major with * i3f _ 

W^SS raw>M L 3U» S. Duty loader and 14 ft. £»»» ™; ® 

1 $T 0 MODEL HARLEYS! ARRIV DackhOe, $3,200. akalei, alze I, $1 479-4S46 

“prtSr^rtllM MAY HEW k STRUTT LTD. .ns and a rifles, good 
I ra*.. M * 2300 Douglas St. 386-7704 M " dltl °" 65S - lnw 

BROOK LANDS MOTOR CYCLE - 

** Fort St 3RSJS829 _ . .WANTED.B0 BOATS AND MARINI 

- L2.— - —.~.£± T - cigliviiicr, Made and disc and hole 

CYCLE CENTRE digger to fll N0 Eordaon X-DOlnt - ■ ■ - — — ■- - —— . 

YAMAHA. B&A. 'TOIUMPH yr% or su-URi Where ta-ru ts. 


FORDSON Super Major with ^ 


spear guns, and divers' witches. 
SCUBA SHOP 
IMS DOUGLAS ST. 

‘CHARGEX'' 

' RAY'S SPORT CENTRE 
1692 Douglas"St. 385-6312 

TOR TOE MAN AT CHRISTMAS 
New (still-packaged) automatic 
Winchester .12 trap gun model 140(1. 
Mark n. Complete warranty 
Included. Asking $200. Phone 592 


Cultivator, Made and disc and hole 


B0 BOATS AND MARINE 


YAMAHA. B&A, TRIUMPH jgst!* or Sffl-UH..* Where l»-«u Is. 

LE3 BLOWS MOTORCYCLES-——- DESCRIPTION —Length » feet * 

7 940 DOUGLAS _ 384-7843 74 GARDEN SUPPLIES Sft' trartE I>pth 

EXCELLENT, CHEAP, STUDENTS - - -—- ol hold 4 feet 1 

ransportatlo 1969 Yamaha 75, only Fsrtilixar tenth. 

00 miles. In new condition, cost- - --.-—— - Depth from top of 

tsio. selling 1345. 477-2*41 CLEAN-OUT SPECIAL CHICKEN Deck at side to 

• 2 =~r ,„ ■ „ manure 8 yards. $15; bag, $1 bottom of Keel 5 

m NORTON ATLAS 750 CC. 2.000 Valley Farms. 47S-10TS, 478 259ft feet 3 tenths 

ntles, must Bill, best offer. 185 ---—-—- Lenth rt enatne ns 

792 FREE FERTILIZER 7 ?““ rm 

• Y AMAHA 1 H) CC C RAS H B AR E ¥W °' "° ? uMt * Albeml Engineering and 

» YAMAHA 180 CC CRASH BARS. Downey Road, Sidnay. Shipyards. Port Alheml In 


digger to m NB Kordaon 3-poLnt. 
M2 3858 or 381-U81. 


GARDEN SUPPLIES 


EXCELLENT, CHEAP, STUDENTS 
transports tlo 1989 Tam aha 75, only 
400 miles. In new condition, cost 
$310. selling $345. 477-2(41 


CLEAN-QLI SPECIAL CHICKEN 
manure 8 yards, $15; bag, $1. 


1*** NORTON ATLAS 750 CC 2.000 Valley Farms. 478-1013, 478 259ft 

miles, must asll, best offer. 183 - 

1792 FREE FERTILIZER 


■OATS AND MARINI 


OAK BAY YACHTS 

Choose your boat 
now for next season. 
We have new and 
used tail boats and 
power boats from 
12' to 57' 

HAPPY DAY 
CRUISER 

How would you like 
to travel with 30 
miles per hour in a 
36' House boat, a 
floating bungalow? 
Completely equipped 
with all the con¬ 
veniences you have 
ashore on a rigid 
fibreglass hull with 
f 1 o talion compart- 
m ents, unsinkable, 
safe, fast, com¬ 
fortable. 

Dealers For: Aqua 
Cats, Sutjapot 15, 
G r a m p ion 17-30. 
Rawson 26 and 30, 
Arne rican Marine 
and Pacific East. 

Open 09:00 Hrs. to 
dusk. 

1327 Beach Drive 
386-3488 


MISCELLANEOUS FOR 
SALE 


AND 

WE MEAN IT! 

WE WILL NOT BE 
UNDERSOLD! 

!!! SAVE !!! 
for Christmas 

CARLOAD SALE 
!! MUST SELL !! 
PRICES ARE 
DOWN.DOWN 


All Styles 
Available fn 
CLAIRTONE 


luggage rack, many extras, excel- -—-—- 

lent oondMon. 477-3tl0 DUCE MANURE, 30C A BAG, 80C 

-—-- del- Sidney Duck Farm. <59-4412 

1988 HONDA S 90. MINT CONDI - 

lion. 477-4932. Flawing, Rotovating 

850 B.S.A. SPITFIRE. and Cultivating 

47M073 __ ____ 

lWltAWARAKI~“l7S "<00(1 MI COOPER'S TRACTOR SERVICE 

2tn a5£5ii ” 173 ML ' Gardena, yard* tractor rotovaled, 

$2 *°. 477-8 017 _plowed. cultivated and levelled. 

M ewing. 382-9316. _ 

44 BICYCLES c . stark rotovating, brush 

-—- — — — and gnat cut. port hole*, etc., 

ROBINSON'S SPORTING GOODS' loading and hauling. 4753157. 

8t c£v£S£r DON S TRACTOR SERVICE 

SconS5 - Wagon. - cSSrier. Plow, cult, rotovatc, leral 477-3111 
Llgtoa —Standi, «£•• *te. CENTRAL SAANICH TRACTOR 

ISOI^ed*™ A *TSm« _ loader, rotovate, etc, 832-33 06_ 

avar 200 Blkei to Chooae From' Tag Sell, Reeki and Fill 

WANTEdT TOP”S01L. ANY QUAN- 

G«rr YS wc “*14722 my * - ? *““** p,dnc 

Where You Park at the Door! T '* cl ^. 38 ^? .____- 


GIFT IDEAS FOR 
CAPTAIN AND CREW 


DUCK MANURE. 30C A BAG, 80C “T *' W «d Cotwtiyctlon with OAK BAY YACHTS 

del. Sidney Duck Farm. <594412 n ^ ur ^*° d ** ^ Vr\ " * ,, 

- One engine—alngle acrew "at the Marina 

Flawing, Ratavating |ighl a ^knder_Chry*r Gmaollue 

and Cultivating Al Speed Trial 18 Kta ___ 

-----— Registered Tonnage 7 81 tom. 

COOPER'S TRACTOR SERVICE Dual Steering and Coutroli. f"TK*T mFig FDR 

Gardena yarda tractor rotovaled, Galley Oil Stove, Ice Bax. Table ljLr 1 *j”V_ 

ploweo, cultivated and levelled. lockem, link. CAPTAIN AND CREW 

M owing. 382-B318. _ Ship. Head 

c. stark rotovating, brush Vuei Tank Bushnell "Banner" Binocu- 

iotuUng'and iSuii nE°47gajL*‘ 1 S'2Sf^ r la “- 7x50 Single Barrel 

DON'S tractor service It!* **?*'"" “*d a. a Harbour shock mounted, 100 per cent 

Plow, cult, rotovate, i*v«L 477 -MU ta - Port . ^.berm Har amber coated lenges. ultra 

“ central saanich tractor r ?** t “ violet filters — $57.50 with 

Loader, rotovate, etc, 832.3 306. _ AJb ' ml H » r ‘ "Insta FOCUS" — $69.50, 

T«F Sell, lock* «nd Fill p«rt*AjbIn!i s S‘i? 1 ' Five year warranty — also 

WANTED: TOP SOIL, ANY «UAN- Telephone Na 723MU to arrange in- custom grade at $99.50 with 
tlty or we buy acreage. Pacific »pect*on qf veoel. 20-year warranty. 

Tractor, 38Mg06 _ -- 

ho. i top soil, clean fill Quality English 8-day 

Marted rock, at Trucking Co. Ud XMAS SPECIAL marine clocks, matching 


SfW«Ki , gt Jg-—■ a*. Trucking Co. Ud XMAS S p EaAL £ a A n e c^kg, matching 

S rVtogard. p a 2 -gaBs. y _ brown sandy soil. 7 YDS 1-7 h.p. Neptune outboard barometers ln braaS 

EX “*S ^ rfect ,or dinghys - ^ SZTi 

i«a syg f FARMS, ^hepped Speciaj J12900 574.00. 

GIRLS 20" BICYCLE. NEW CON- FREE DUMPING FOR FILL. 3877 PQ AST wAmiTMCD Depth Sounders, "Seafix" 

dill or, bert offer, 479-1333 Ooat^M St. 4798383. _ POWER MACHINES n F C « - a d 

■OTBMPiED. MUSTANG bike, rREK fill, hauling charge 2520 Government. 382-1421 


A-l condition", with generator light ally. Send, gmvel. <79-5715, <7 7-5311 
*311. 477-4032. _ __ A , „„„ 


10-SPEED GLIDER. GOOD CONDI 
Uon. $40. 383-3651 _ 

_ 10 SPEED FOR SALE. 
5924862 


77 CAMERAS, SUPPLIES 
AND PHOTO FINISHING 


CLEARANCE SALE 
USED BOATS 


meters, ships lamps, marine 
heaters, galley alcohol 
stoves, air horns, flare kits, 
navigation kits, Avon 


m ARE YOU PAYING fl.J!" 

_ 5g '” B -- TOO MUCH ! U* 

3-SPEED BIKE; WIDES, GOOD AND WAITING ™ enJri 

ccrdlttor^SC; LONG^ pRjOCBSf ., NG , IT Gk 

3 SPEED CCM BOY'S BIKE 479- your next roll o 4 Kodaoolor ' * ™ ( 

6743. to Victoria Photo Supply!! You get 

IftSPEiD^TciNG-BlKE. EXCEL ^ $?SS _ „ 


HI’S" Glaacraft navigation KIM, Avon , 

- bk Dinghies and many other 3S3 " 17 ® 

Me r crutaer*Sd' RoIto^R JS, l^fll itemS ° f to P Quality. 

er **®D n 

I 7 , HP MercnMaer. The Quality Built — High 

traikse > t °‘'' R “ d ^Performance 


EXAMPLE 
25" Color TV $649 
FULL PRICE 

3-Year Guarantee on 
Picture Tube 
1-Year Free Service 
FREE DELIVERY 
NO DOWN PAYMENT 
NO PAYMENT ’TIL 
FEBRUARY 

OTHER SETS 
AT 

PRICES TOO HOT 
TO PRINT 

ALSO 

All Makes of 
Stereos 

GOOD USED TV* 
From $10.00 Up 

ALL 1969 SEWING 
MACHINES 
% PRICE 

COME NOW 
Don’t Miss the 
SAVINGS of a 
LIFETIME 
OPEN 

10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Nightly 
INDEPENDENT 
BUYERS DISCOUNT 
SERVICE 

904D Esquimalt Rd. 


12 MISCELLANEOUS FOR 
SALE 

WAREHOUSE SPECIALS 

AS NEW VIKING DE LUXE 
DOUBLE OVEN RANGE. 

ONLY $299 

REPOSSESSED 1$ CUBIC TOOT 
FROST FREE ADMIRAL RE¬ 
FRIGERATOR ONLY $JJ» 

10 CUBIC FOOT WESTING- 
MOUSE REFRIGERATOR. 

ONLY 139 

IS CUBIC FOOT AUTOMATIC 
DEFROST FIRESTONE R E - 
FRIGERATOR ONLY $81 

SO" VIKING RANGE. AUTO¬ 
MATIC OVEN. EXCELLENT 
CONDITION. ONLY $111 

TANGERINE HIDE-A-BED. 
EXCELLENT CONDITION. 

ONLY $99 

NEW 2 PIECE BROCADE TAN¬ 
GERINE CHESTERFIELD STE. 
SLIGHT WATER DAMAGE — 
DRASTICALLY REDUCED. 
ONLY $299 

i PIECE ARBORITE DINETTE 
STE.. AS NEW. ONLY $88 

8 PIECE DINING-ROOM STE 
ONLY $1* 

EXTRA LARGE POUFFE 10- 
TOOT IN DIAMETER — OFF 
WHITE IN COLOR - CUSTOM 
MADE WITH BUILT-IN CENTRE 
TABLE. EXTRA SPECIAL. 
ONLY 199 

LARGE SELECTION OF 
SLIGHTLY SOILED BOX 
SPRINGS AND MATTRESSES. 
ALL SIZES, AT LOW. LOW, 
PRICES. 

AT 

THE TRADERS 
715 FINLAYSON 
iBESa^N^YFAIR) 

OPEN NIGHTLY TIL f 


12 MISCELLANEOUS FOR 
SALE 

HEAVY DUTY 
MOFFAT LAUNDRY 
PAIR 


182 MISCELLANEOUS FOR 
SALE 


WOODWARD'S 
USED FURNITURE 
AND APPLIANCES 


Moffat automatic washers __ _ , . _ 

are big enough to handle a 

complete family wash in 388-3322, Local 31b, 219 
one load saves on soap and OPEN EVERY MONDAY 


hot water—yet can wash a 2- 
lb. load of delicate fabrics 
with complete safety. 

ONLY $298 
with your trade 

Matching heavy duty 18-lb. 
dryer— 

ONLY $198 
C. TAYLER 

707 Johnson St. 383-3281 

CHAIN SAWS 
SALES AND REPAIRS 

Orline 12” bar $129.95 
Lombard 16” bar $159.00 
Lombard 20" bar $169.00 

Niagara electric, 

13" bar S135.00 

Honda generator. Model 
EM 300, 300 w. 50/60 cycle 
AC, 8 amp., 12 v. .D.C. 
Reg. 5225. 

SALE PRICE $195.00 

VIC LAWNMOWER 
HOSPITAL 

834 Johnson St., 38W338 

GUTS GALORE 


___ _ , ... Pop 19 toeeieri. *12.98; electric fry 

Showerproof with warm, pen*, *12.96; comhln.tlon Wrtne 

vfiner vin-in 1 miner, fne uHn. *™ 1 •Andwleb touted, *13.95; 


MADE WITH built-in centre Niagara eiecnTC, Cn l n n™ w.,hrr. HARVEY’S MEATS 

TABLE, extra special. 13" bar $135.00 Spin Dry Washers 

ONLY mi 

tt i . . , r>i*h wp nhere The best turkeyi ln town— 

large selection of Honda generator. Model uignwasnerg f . , , frozen birds 

springs AND mattresses. ^ w ‘^ ,/w ®> c ‘ e Reconditioned Our home-cured hams are a 

prices 7 * 8, AT UW ' m AC ' * “»•■ 12 V> DC Television. holiday treat. 

THE TRADERS SALE PRICE $195.00 Color TV ^, wm ^ird^^rfne 

ns fin layson Friday, and Saturday during 

rBESIDE MAYFAIR) vre LAWNMOWER ^ Chriitmas week, to give our 

OPEN NIGHTLY tjl * HOSPITAL Used Ice Skate* staff a well-earned rest. 

GIFT IDEAS 834 JohnSon St " 38M338 Damaged Toj* MERRY XMAS 

for him “—~~ ' Uied -nd to 811 

LINED RAINCOATS guts galore New Lawrunower* HARVEY'S MEATS 

Showerproof with w a r m, 3 3 Odd Box Serin ex 2709 Quadra St. 383-2031 

snug zip-in linings for win- ^ h WS-SS ^ 8 

ter wear or year 'round. Lino Remnants Fro*TurEyi^ftS'lto^ 

.no CA AM »™l FM rwlto $27.96; UB( r.mle A BSc lb 

$29 50 tempi, **.50 to *38.03; pole temps. suw Meet $9c lb 

Mils to $43.05; ml lempe, *23.95 4-lb. TerylWie Sld^Sc<» Sc lb 

FINE KNIT TURTLENECK £ Sleeping Robes kkeeto specxa^ - loib-. 

DRESS SWEATERS gJ-«: ^ Npw vTfZl tag's J£S?tlS% 

Easy to wear, easy to wash, ffi?* Spe *5giJSIUS'ljiF ** 1 “ 

all shades and white. And Only Can^k Choice m«t la 

bnr* coin* cupi and aauoerm. ii.^a Cnhami 

$6.95 to *2.40. plus e lerge eelecthm 

men’s suits S?Sa£S3 W00DWARD ' S c. a: k — —. 

Pure wool, fine worsted and __ Season's Greetings 

hopsack cloths in new, rich euttee. smob to * 2 * 5 . 00 ; !«■. 55 RV I?® specjal bkef 

' oonvcfto Slttm. gll S to $J*t(<0: IN VICTORIA AREA ON ALL rrh OR BLUE BRAND BEEF 

shades of green, blue, bur- ermtcai cooverto*. $si.oo; htd*-«- new may tag washers, dryers sides 57 c ik 

nished copper and gold, also >**■ C”, 00 lov « oF C DKrn»/ r i5 118 98 

. , , . .. “ , room autto eampleto, $140.01; rtngte US DURIN GMOfcTO OF DECK M- Inctudei cutting and wrap 

in old favorite shades of beda, P4.50 to *09.00; draaMra, S29 bo bkr. no DOWNI PAYMENT I« SUP«l LOW COST MARKET 
brown blue or erev mix to ** 50 °: bookkbeivea, *u.5c to QUIRED um yoto cbargkx m esquimalt rd. asssu* 
orown, D1UC or grey mix, ^ m apla taMe and 4 OR WE CAN PUT YOU ON A open Dally M Somlay 1M 

patterns and plains. Tailored cKatra. sin.oo; Duncan ptiyf* drop plan with up to three years -——————- 

in wide selection Of fittings. ‘kitrtien’wJ W^'to^Soo- TO PAY « »»< ae-tng madtlnea Itahlnei 

$69.50 ramer china cabinet. *149.00; conaoli SKAALRUD APPUANCK*_ «np to „P«tcc “P Al| 

* table, $79 00; B»U rug*, *34 50 to 0.4 Cralgflowtr »BH makea; All ahapea; All tta. Ideal 

t-vroo a n*VT' TOPP *88.00: etoctrte haatora, $990 to We are BIG enough to_aerre YOU for Chrlrtmaa ahoppen.- 

EXTRA PANT FREE *29.00; c™ kcreena, $7 83 to *29.50; am all aaongh to APPRECIATE you. $’■« )»" - OPEN FRIDAY 
*MTY AD MATYXI Are baakefca, $3.96 to $8 50' and many '— ■■ ■ ■ NTTES. All one year GlIARANTER. 

MIX OR MATCH nwra^ttema ^ma ln and loot _ SAWYER SEWING MACHINES 

around, all orlona ctoarlv marked FUR Ol Fort Street 


ter wear or year 'round. 
$29.50 

FINE KNIT TURTLENECK 
DRESS SWEATERS 


radio, *15.96; clock radio, *25.95; 
AM and FM radio *27.96; taMe 
lamni, **50 to *36.05; pole lamps. 
*15.05 to *43.05; ml lampa. *23.95 
to *32.50; oval bratdad mata. *2.05 
to *7.50; aartval rockeri, * 18.00 to 
199.00; platform rockera, *42.00 and 


Easy to wear, easy to wash, fim™' ta2««, , * 1 |i296 B ‘*to to » 


all shades and white. 
$6.95 

MEN'S SUITS 


■tudenta' deaka, (29.96 to (54.50: 
bone china cupa and aaunera *143 
to *2.40, plua a large attention <4 
colored glaaa and china aUtwaiea. 
aeta of 8 ata rtri na taMea Cl.95 and 
C5.I6; occartonal chain 


'TIL CHRISTMAS 


CLEARANCE SALE 


Chesterfield Suites 
Love Seats 


Armless Lounges 
Rugs 

Frost-Free Fridges 

Ranges 

Washers and Dryers 

Apartment 
Spin Dry Washers 

Dishwashers 

Reconditioned 

Televisions 

Color TV 
(floor samples) 

Used Ice Skates 

Damaged Toj* 

Used and 
New Lawnmowers 

3-3 Odd Box Springs 

Lino Remnants 

4-lb. Terylene 
Sleeping Robes 

Speakers, New 
And Used 


82 MISCELLANEOUS FOft 
SALE 

PRE-XMAS 

CLEARANCE 

Nylon Racing Jacket* 

All colors and aizes. 

$9.95 ea. 

Road Atlas 
In living color. 

Only 89c ea. 

Hair Dryers 
By Hoover 

To Clear, $11.95 ea. 

Xmas L.P. Records 
Featuring John Gary. 

Only $1.49 ea. 

Floor Polishers 
5 Only ' 

To Clear, $21.95 ea. 

D. k D. TIRE LTD. 
1620 Blanshard St. 
382-7283 


WOODWARD’S 


Pure wool, fine worsted and &£■ ffigf. 


in wide selection of fittings. Sic to 


leni condition C4-1066._MaSwK^ell only *4 49. Super: ^ Dougl« St., 

GIRL'S 22" BICYCLE, *15. toil l»o-day »er\lc« it no exim 
3R841105 rhxr2r 

-- - -VICTORIA PHOTO SUPPLY LTD 

RALEIGH 3-SPEED. EXTRAS, iau DOUglu Street S»-345S 

ne w condltlwt. *50 479-8894. - ROLLEIFLEX 28F LENS. 

BOY S RALEIGH S-SPEED BIKE, | e «ther cerrylng caee. pistol grip 
top condition. *45 or offen. 477-S264 „tth cable releaae and aerlee 1.2.3 

SM^ALL GLRL'S 2-WHEEL BIKE, °'1Z! 


ANGUS MARINE 


20" wheel., *20. 384-8881. 


AI.o darkroom 
enlarger 384-7909 


SHIP CHANDLERS—McQUADES 

Make mine with water 
Pre Chrlrtmaa Special. 
Loweat price* ever'.! 

At the bottom of Y.teal! 

1252 Wharf St. (at lha bottom 
of Yale.) 

NAVIGATIONAL 
CHARTS 
FOR SALE 


HAIDA 26 SLOOP 
MAYHEW k STRUTT LTD. 
2300 Douglas St — 386-7704 


__ TOPCON UNI F2. TELEPHOTO 

67 STOVtS AND FURNACES Wide angle, flarti and roaem f 200 or CHARTS 

____ beat offer Mtnox and deaetofUng FYlR CAT V 

FAWCETT IMPERIAL TORRID tank. *0B Imlamaltc. IS. Midget J • z,rtL ^-' 

nil range. A-l condition, gla.i oven ta b, *8. 477-3773. _ 

fim-r. '.^ , °n'^ C rontroto t Co« C M50 SUPER 8MM MOVIE CAMERA. ISLE MARINA LTD. 

5E2H i^r^T K^i.o^ Sidney, B.C. 65^11 38 

WHITE GURNEY OIL STOVE, b rand, *80. M54U1. »■> tor Prt er. 'SIMPLEX- GURDIFS COMPr m 
Cycloa “^™tor «>d taivlropper pENTA y SPOTMA77C 55 MM. 1.8 »Jth hydratlbc motora. valvea. UrJ 
™5*5?« 4 “ U ' U l c “' d l Uo °' lena. tripod, photo flood*, ate . like with filter and flow divider, aten 

MO. 388-4084 ___new 479-6253 after 8. PWJP with magnetic clutch, all j 

HAVE A WARM CHRISTMAS. V c . .r..- parv. 2!r «“dy to lnrtJiU. 


M0. 388-4084 ___new. 479-6253 after 8. PWJP with magnetic dutch, all J 

A WARM BELL AND HOWELL SUDE PRG ^ ^ ^ 

model tor ^ condl.lon. O 0 4 FOUNDRY 

Ph U2-743-9432 (ShawnlgM Lake) Phone 5B2ZXI _ * MARINE WORKS L.TO 

r 4 o ' RANCF - ALMOST NEW KODAK AUTOMATIC S5S. UV II ^^m broke- 

r..L,.hl. nrtoe W^llltt niter, new condition, *40 or hmt WHITE 8X10 YD. DUMP TRUCK, 

reaaonabte price S84-188L _ Qfler 32,000 Iba Tlmkta tear end.. 5 and 

^. ST0VK - * MONTHS OLD " MM-viEw^mroR. cost *30: 

_—--a. new .*10. 478-8620 Phone Che matrix ?4Atan c 


FIRST-SIZE GIRL'S BICYCLE IN 
good condition, *28. 477-2178. /* 

1 BOY'S BIKE.^28" WHEEL, I XMAS 


.peed, *20. 658-8080. 


tin 47*4*3) tor boat to *5008 value 

(1 0, 478-883) __ Phno , CJiemalnua 246-9667 after ( 

SPORTING GOODS - 

--- 100 HP. AT 3580 RP.M. MAC 

SPECIALS: 4X RUXE Dleael Engine. 3:1 reduction gear - 


HIAVY IQUIPMINT 
AND MACHINERY 


tropei. *28 95; SOS Urget rttell*. box 11200 

of 48. *5.95: 177 pelleta box Of 500. ORR MARINE 

59c; gun rack.. *5.95 and up; a lew jj j», street - 

used gun. Ralph Wherry, Gtm- ———-- 

amlth. 939 Eaqulmalt Rd., 388-T71A BOAT TO MOVE RE] 


WHOLESALE PRICES 
On naw and uaed Crawler Tractor 
parti, (or Cat, International, AC 
Joha Deere, etc Duty Free 
Weat Coaat Equipment, tnc. 

7777 Detroit Ave.. S W . 
Seattle. Waahingto n 99 108 
PtvxreS 206-R1B4I791 


UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT 
Rova) Coachman Tackle Shop 
Mustang Floater. *30.95 
1225 Government SL. 3 M-5032 

PEETZ SKI SHOP 
Ski i q u I p m e n t headquarters 
i Beginner, to experts. 

574 Johnaon Rentals 


M &ie Street • _NB-5R1J 

BOAT TO MOVE REPAIR OR 
build* 

Try us'. 

JENKINS MARINE 
Stop 479-2244 Re. 477 5843 


DON S BOAT TRANSPORT 


MUSTANG 
FLOATER JACKETS 

GO FOR A FLOAT 
IN YOUR COAT!! 

Exciting new colours 
and styles in stock! 

The hottest (warmest!!) 
gift item for boaters 
this season! 

BE WARM, DRY. 

ALIVE!! 

Ski-style floaters 
now in stock 

ALL PRACTICAL 
BOATERS 

WOULD LIKE TO HAVE 
FLOATERS 

A coat for all seasons. 
Priced from.$34.95 

OAK BAY MARINE 
SALES AND SERVICE 
Oak Bay Marina, 384-4141 


PtwneS 2nB-RiB4T791 574 Johnmn_ _ Rental. to ™ v * M feet to 

.. t „ . 12 GAUGE SHOTGUN. REMING- 24-Hour Sen ire - 479-1014 

MUST SELL gkJgw »^ n New u « ri ^vurtTf-ouNTRY^Asria>r_ 

4fhcfin Meet clad art* rtb huildtng, “^herY AND FISHING SETS' knot apeed. M^teltflal^"SSlto' Up 
never been amembied wUJ erect ROBINSON'S SPORTING GOODS to SO h.p, Oder, to *300. 478-15Q1 
anywhere In RC. Write Vlriorla ^ exes 

Praia. Box 507 tor full Information. - — ——--- 

1 PR SWISS SKI BOOTS SIZE * 22-FT. BRANXXJ6AYR CttHTSJTR 

-———--— .. ...772 2 and S. *20 each; 1 pr. Auitrian Read., galley, rebuilt motor, rew 

IB P SINGLE PRASE, 2-CYL1N- lk .tei lira 7, *8.50. 5S2A810 hdl mravan top. *2250, any <*er or 

der DevtlbteJ air compreaaor, pip- - — w ®v«n fuU conalderatton. 656 

Ing, hnaea and 2 apray gum, *750; SKIS, POLES. BOOTH, SEE S, JfO? 

1(T table raw, extra hlade.; da«k atetable tor B to U year old.. 858- - ■ —■ , — - 

aet. rtiaper head. *195. 8 M- 2 S 8 S. 5718.__ SEAGULL OUTBOARDS 


SEAGULL OUTBOARDS 
Sale. Part. Re par la 


1*67 D6 CAT, HYDRAULIC ANGLE GOLF CLUBR VIC LAWNMOWER H08PITA 


blade and winch. 95 
running gear. Victoria 31 


cent | driver and 3, Meal for young Johnw* St. 
beginner, *10. <79-6398. -- 


CANOE COVE MARINE 
GOES SAILING 


WE ARE NOW 
VANCOUVER ISLAND 
AGENTS FOR; 

CORONADO 

34-30-25 

MAPLE LEAF 
30 

GULF ISLAND 
29 


Coming to the Fraser 
Book Bin! 

Controversial CBC 
personality 
NORMAN NEWTON 
YES! NORMAN NEW¬ 
TON will be here to 
autograph h i s books. 

SATURDAY 12:30 
The FRASER BOOK BIN 
where there are Xmas 
gifts AND Xmas gifts! 

641 Yates 38W779 

REEL" to" REEL 
Tape Records 
Cleaned, Adjusted, Aligned 
$8.50 

STEREO WORLD 
"Victoria Sony Centre" 

Dual Thorens Shure Re vox 
Wharfedale Kef Sony 
Sales and Service 
Quadra at Johnson 388-7233 

FREE 

BOOKS 

and 

COMICS 
Wed. Dec. 24th 
No purchase required 
Merry Christmas 
From 

SNOWDEN'S BOOKS 
1221 Broad St. 383-8131 

VISIT - CANADA S LEADING 
JEWELLERS 
HENRY BIRRS and BONK 
SIR ICS diamond, art Canada'. 


EXTRA PANT FREE 
MIX OR MATCH 

See Our Unusual 
Gift Items 

Exclusively at . . . 

LES PALMER LTD. 

714 View St. 382-2825 

Just Up From Douglas 
Free Parking 


earner china cabinet, *149.00; can.de SKAAUtUD APPLIANCES 
table. (79 00; 9x12 raft. *34 50 to <14 Cralgfiowtr SC.SX2 

*85.00; electric heeler*. |*B0 to We are BIG enough to serve YOU 
*29.00; Or. kcraera. *7.95 to *29.50: rtnall eraragb to APPRECIATE you. 
lire baiketx, (3.96 to *8.50; and many - 


fire oajkea, to 96 to *8 50; aM many 
mora ttaraa, coma ln and look 
around, all price, dearly marked. 

PANDORA FURNITURE LTD. 
NEW and USED FURNITURE 
14X0 Pandora Ava. 

383-4119 


FUR 

CAPES AND STOLES 


WAREHOUSE CLEARANCE 


EATON’S 

WAREHOUSE 

STORE 

749 View St 


Mink and squirrel and muakret. . . 

new and near new to clear at amt 

5SS.JS J “ u - “ sSteSH 

CII.-TV-IM niBsire. 383-1780. Call for free home demon 

.l 1 .? \_T- » R ” IER5 rtralkm LB.D.S. 


GIFTS for the ,_ „ _ _ . C tH to ^ , OT ” rt, ‘ l rt^e.' ca^T'lantorn. bert ofle'r *84- 

Science Enthusiasts ^member, You Can Budget ^ “______ 

Chirre Th roueh Our Rbrary of raualcal marterplecei of FIRBANK FARM 

Rpakprx *• * great eompo.ari, 10 vteimei 1190 ROYAL OAK 

, Customers' Accounts Office, "Beredl MCAHKI «ner J Fre.h oven ready pofdtry. Garden 

Flasks D-m. frrab produce 

Test Tubes u 7 ed TV. from sgaos _OPEN D AH-Y A 5 :30_ 

Mir-rr«oraw.« and 1 otdy Etectr o ttcme 1 way Slack Bedroom Suite, from 039 

Microscopes ana T ,_, _ aid wUU TV .terao origin.! CherterBeld Suite, front *139 

Dissecting Supplies Locked out. prio. t»oo Uphoidwy materi.n H pnc. 

of vottr office home or car sat. $3B5.oo UKN'S furniture 

c— rv,Am y onice, nome or car. Eln ll 7 i mi w—t saanich rk «aa-2B4k 

See them at . . . Call tat . ud --—— -- 

SURGICAL SUPPLIES PRICE'S LOCK - " CRV1EK - , B £ AY ^f FI S G,I 5 AT ^2r-K?i e . 

LTD. and SAFE, _ Victoria _ rree^^jt-^and^ ftJMJry and 

1012 Broad Street 384-8433 847 Fort (at Quadra) hurl tables, walnut dining tit Cook"st * 3M-7425 

X. r.Ml D !?!^ 0t re* _ 3 84^221, 384-0631 SSSJe^eJff'^T^Sw HaV ^5y P SISJ2S* 

McGill and Orme Ltd. late model viking de rc'? 05 ?er mower 

- LUXE *0" RANGE, WITH CLOCK. ^ SALES 

Vr AD toXIC TIMER. AND OVEN WINDOW A-l 1« «*«»cd W2-6613 

CLeSiA^E C0NDI ™”r.? 1 LARGE MATTRESS, M; NEW 

CLEARANCE M AIR tonuMrrriDV f "”. 171 * 1 tubea TV aet *»; Urge .toraga 

MAlS FURNITURE Open Sunday. 14 am. dreraer, $10; wooden rocker. 15; 

RANGES REFRIGS. 1821 Cook St. 385-2435 ~ *»* beater *to, i^. wooden 

WASHERS DRYERS used lumber at the ex WANTED ~—the warehouse - 

STEREOS airi TVs *£ pw1y to ^ 

Everything “MUST GO! *2.SO 1 each; 15-.tep rt.tr. *SB; fir £* W ’ moaUUy oa reporaeaaed rotor “e' JSnaM St Bridge. 

floor all *40; ail rtllplap. *50; J.V. "nl come, ftrat ranted. Open iVsffmi * P-m 

t-asy lerms pip* ; wiring and other lumber *61- 90411 Ewjntarall Rd ISM Ms-nso rREE TOUCH-TYPING COURSE 

Good Clean Used Appliances im _ . _ itb re glass materials S2rai^”ta5nSU ne ^ 0 &CM 

Guaranteed de luxe scooter balloon __ irt^^mie- iu: 

tire., .. new, coat $2B, .ell *10 ——.— **■ GAL g7 ln _ saa 

ROYAL APPLIANCES "“glrtte'^ew W.lth^' gold i!SS! pf 4 ”* 1 All twei**of y >raj 1 °«to' 1 1 ZENITH 9-BAND RADIo7~n25: 1 
733 John,™ St. 388-9021 ™ STSSjti H S5 “lK“ St STJSHi Ji™S «' 

. _ pin* pens ict, girl's bicycle. «r * Hnrup j kayak cower, g. Roam 40. 828 

SELT* ^ OT * UI “ U ^ ** VICTORIA BAKERY Cwntney Rt »B^$$ A _ 

BEST MEAT BUYS, -—--- U'. toe brawl tb.t make, the „ A.BCI EUKrnuc - ajB-WB 

XMAS SPBCIAL aanlwleb 16 leave, far *747 New and rebuilt Appliance*. 

PRtMP tfVii ppfeu ** bikers' tent., .tea 51* by T by *!**!* a. V.aium Cleanera. Poktoer., ete. 

cmiVlt, lAJC.AL r 3H - waght 4U lb*, at *27.60. Sira 7 m v.t— a gSMim One-year warranty, food .election 

TURKEYS AVAILABLE 7 «- by * ft. wrtght SM lba at - waar p’v ^-- Rnagaaahla prlora. «B Fo rt St 

Ice Pack and Dry Pluck victoria tent a awning ltd tua rwrar na itn.d hr mi c™™. m . TC ‘T r . T ’V5. , .L M L„'* J JS, r £ 


Remember, You Can Budget 


CUSTOM FURRIERS , r n R 

1134 Total. Ave. Bums gy *” L 3-_ S _ 

iMwuvitlS-ra- www. wrr ^ 1-“* NEW, PHILIPS 401 TRAN 

MELODIAH 3* KEY S WITH tape recorder, 4 ipaad. 4 

Imouthrtra. an d mrayra g orae, »: V.A., muttLplay. rtereo, 

Satire *»: «“ World Book Encyclo- 

goalltF, ta. MrkvTy D ella, 20 ^i,. glQQ; lTximer Coleman 

ai.“ i ' , COTtr . e fl C ** T U " 1 Stove, camp lantern, beat ofler. 384- 


Third Floor. 

Locked out? 

of your office, home or car. 
Call 

PRICE'S LOCK 
and SAFE, 

847 Fort (at Quadra) 
384-6221, 384-0631 


Beakers 
Flasks 
Test Tubes 
Microscopes and 
Dissecting Supplies 

See them at . . . 
SURGICAL SUPPLIES 
LTD. 

1012 Broad Street 384-8433 
A Division of 
McGill and Orme Ltd. 

YEAR END 
CLEARANCE 

RANGES REFRIGS. 
WASHERS DRYERS 
STEREOS and TVs 
Everything "MUST GO!" 

Easy Terms 


2510 Tram-Cuada Highway 
Phone 478-38*3 
Open Sunday. 1-4 p.m. 


LARGE MATTRESS. *6; NEW 
tubea TV aet *20; Urge .toraga 
dreraer. fill: wooden rocker, IS; 
ga. beater. * 10 ; targe wooden 
baaeilwttr. 15 982-064. 


Irl'» new W. I than gold watch AU tywi « toama to her- j ZENITH 9-BAND RADIO. SUB; 1 

guarantee. Received a. gift, **g* all «1 the fc"* gjeta. RCA Vl.te portable TV. *90 1 

over *100, will exchange tor PEL AGIC PACIFIC 1ND. LTD rwra. *3; 1 Ekkn road racing rat, *5 

pong ict, girt', bicycle, or * Huron M- _Jft*-tEO 1 kayak cover. **■ Room 40, 820 


BEST MEAT BUYS, 


PRIME LOCAL FRESH 
TURKEYS AVAILABLE 
Ice Pack and Dry Pluck 


A.BG ELECTRIC — 3S-72B 
New and rebuilt Appliance*. 
Vacuum Cleaner., PoUabera. eti. 
One-year warranty, good .election. 
Reaaonabte pricea. *21 For t St 
S] TINT TRAILER '67 13(1 CC 


ffiSt viieWf tovlte yror XC * laCk ^ P1UC,t * AWN,N ^ L ™ »U* Owlar »D Road by G«*f Coura. “otc^riea Murt rall *S> ^ 

cofnpartaon. Marked raving. V on Sides of Beer, Alberta grain m Ft — fd 81 3B-62U _Heal SCXlTCH SHORT nearod^ after Victoria Pr.il, Box 

^ fed commercial 52c lb. “_ 


■rt,iTe jewellery See our rale<dian 
of ring)., broache. aod eairtngi 
BUDGET TERMS AVAILABLE 
Manufacturer, of (diver bollowwra. 
and flatware, Importer, of E/igltoh 
hone china and fin. quality Swtra 
watcher 

H1RKS 

706 Yalra HHlrtde Centra 

381-4341 3K2-7337 


_ m BIG BARN MARKET. 550 WEST 

ifASIC MATERIAL FOR Tl" Coronado M. Maple Leaf 90 and ’taSSU 

SABOT iiaJllns bo^L 137.00. Qul# island 29 avallalilf now a r" « ^* nuar y J®* CiltiW 

| SAANICH LUMBER YARDS Coronado 30 tad 25 arallatee early nr .* JI khld * ^ * u rp | y tuntlp.. 


Winning Contract 

By HOWARD 8CHENKEN and RICHARD L. FREY 


1021 DOUGLAS ST. 


bp. M^!^ R ^itar»4M INTRODUCTORY PRICES 

682-117R Maple Leaf 30—*12,995 

— -Coronaito 25^^8500 

CAL 25 *7,350 ftK.ft MUST BE 

told by Ilrt Charlie Pub Duncan Price, include pulpit., llfel 
74S-83U or 748-9468. motor, rumdn£ rigging, berth c 


onion., aqua ah. .prouta, apple., 
polatoei, cabbage.. Open Saturday 


Budget Terms Available 

ALBERTA MEAT 
DISTRIBUTORS LTD. 

1811 Cook St. 383-301! 


SEWING MACHINES 


and Sunday u «.m. nm dark, we See our Christmas soecials 1 «t Msatu 

grow our own--you rave We would ,, , , „ , , Funk A W.gnell.; deak; mattraral ■ ." rr n TT .r,;. '- 

like to take tht* opportunity to on all models. Good Selection tad aprlngi for Hollywood bed. VAN ISLE VARIETY 

thank you tor your patronage and rj nnrtnhlo and ^nnmlo Phone after • or Sunday until 1 M5- For Bargain, to Good Urad Fridge., 
to wtih you, our friend, and ^ _ 036 Waabera 


mito? rurmtru;* Htatal^berth cuS “*oc | »>e. "A VERY MERRY Style*, made by Bemina, ^ ; J ~ iV : r T i TTr 3ijxTii-*wm : 

JUS! 0 “ CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW nlui,., T„t~™t;„ n .t pROBS*4AN COQ AUTOMATIC P® 384-4336 


30-FT SEASKIFF CRUISER. 100- 
h p Evinradc. head, bonk., canvai. 
a nd boalboura, *3,960. 477-ag8 

8- PLANKED FIBRBGLASSEn 
boat, nan. excel ten ah.pe, good lake 
boat. *15. 2750 Burdick Ave. 


-lone, rtc No rati.. 


YEAR."—Marion and Harvey Llm. 


LATE MODEL PORTABLE HAIR m '_ 

ta.. m u], _ _ ru-w-tf fii, a * ar only Soc doaen. zninot taiti ------ 

lw 79c doeen _ OVEN READY ROASTERS WITH 

THERE B A DPTrERENCE pax! cU ta.tawdfl.vor_ Up to 7 
rarvtrtte. IBS, one tedte. ontag RUGS uOO* "NEW" ITS SO m ^ M " 

rweater, .tee 40 *M: toldta* Kodak ^ ^ RUG-MATE atate raroov- -- 

wltti caaa *10; 4T7-—0. _ tog rug ahampoo. Rate elaterie NEW AND USED OLYMPIA 

■AVK t t taampooer tor (LOO, pku material., typewriter. See them at Capital 

Brand new 17 eu. ft Wort-free C1 * rk • nd P.ttltou, T« Bay SL Sea Office Machine* Ltd., 7« Bixw^ton 
avorado "fridge 1801 IB lor other SL »V5TOC Other make, alto. 

Fteg. *499,95 -THE COPPER VILLAGE STORE 

PEOPLE'S TRADING POST CASH REGISTERS ADDING Your *tlt rtiop tor everyone. Plu. 
£10 ISLD. HWY. 478-3983 machine., etc. Moat make., arw top quality baby iduth.a, 342 Cook, 

- —— ____ _ —- and reconditioned. Anker agent. S43ALH. 

2 SETS ENCYCLOPEDIA*. LIKE Owen Sons and Rlchardran Ud. ——-tt-i: ,- maFn in 

new — 1 let Brttamrica In whit, ,t 2101 Government SL Pnon. WE HAVE PAINTINGS, FINE FUR- 
Ieither btndkrt, 1 complete art wrwrtsi niture, chain, bed., trunk., etc. 

Funk A W.gnell.: deak; mattren • . — -— RELIABLE USED FURNITURE 

and aprlngi for Hollywood bed. VAN ISLE VARIETY 543 JOHNSON M-6114 

Phone after < or Sunday until 1 *85- For Bargain, in Good Urad Fridge. - vxm.r* 

0296 Stove, and Wa.hera PING PONG TABLES 

_ —— -16 KINGS ROAD Comfitrte or tapa only, ptotead or 

CROSSMAN C02 AUTOMATIC PB »4-43M 3BM347 unpainted Pteaia 38WB2B. 116 

tot a. new, with ammunition tad-- Dallaa Rd. 


*C KINGS ROAD 


VAST 
4 Q 6 .1 2 
9K68 
o ,r 109 

* A72 


CLARK BROS. MARINA 
Boat Brokerage — Marina Service. 
Sidney. RC. MMO 


At* you in favor of v 0 l: NORTH 0l) * planked fibreglassf-t 

thr weak no trump op- c w a v i i 4 f 0 " 1 i**' 

ening bid? Whichever ** Jn fil **** **■ _ 

way you answer, you A J?! 4 V ™ 

can always back your- 4> 9 8 rotbourd. private. ss*-43si 

self with statistics. .ivt cut new 1 H in fibregla* 

British players, who 4 j 0 g 4 6 6 3 2 Sa‘'MOT. PI “* ^ “““ 

open one no trump on 9 k 6 3 clark brcs. marina 

12 to 14 points when not A 1 » i A I in O 5 °? 1 Rn *' r »4' - Marina Service. 

. . V A .1 4 V ,| IB 7 Sidney. RC. ft&dOC 

vulnerable, instead of t l 1 in c 1 9 it 70 -—--———-—- 

.....at 1C 18 frl w A J IU b .1 3 + A t Z m FT. CABIN CRUISER 80 H P 

the usual 16 to 10 , tri- SOUTH otebowd. aeasus 

umphantly point out ♦ A 9 7 11 it cabin fisherman 

that it i* very hard for 9 10 9 7 2 Brn*.-strratnn. na trr-aa a.__ 

the opponents to make 0 A 0 6 3 *- H P mercury, a-i shape 

a penalty double stick $04 ** 383-3289 

because the responding .... V V4 

hand usually has a good Ike blddi.g: ——— -- 

Oyf North Eaal Kuutk 9e*t FOR THE 

However "usually” p *“* p *"* 1N T - p *** NAUTICAL MAN 

Implies "iK>t always," P— **> P- Flr- £ ™L ! * 0lJSE! „, 

, . ^ , , , rum Aid kAa from $21 

and in the deal shown bo«i cmhim <GoVt app > 

which occured in the o,n.i., Ic.d: U* |.A ^ ' “ j 

Bermuda Bowl — a speedometer, from «si 

weak no trump open- JSSwSS? wiper. ,10 ' 

ing was heavily penalized. , 'to" *ui 

The British South opened one no trump and the op- s^^htTirom pm lrora ®! 
ponents doubled for penalty. North had no reason to ex- JJ; 

pect that South would be badly set, and in any case he steering wheel, from *13 1 

had no sound rescue, so one no trump doubled became ' t '™ w «»' 

the final contract. see u. now at 

East won the club owning with the ace and returned! MULLINS MARINE 
the jack of diamonds. Declarer took this with the ace | SALES LTD. 

and reviewed the somewhat unattractive situation 13 Yw “ s ^».i* a v,rt " 1 *- Bl 

He could if he liked take the A-K of spades and sur- —- 

render the rest for a 700 penalty. However, he rejected 

this defeatist attitude and, with British pWegm, led a NEW SHIPMENT 
low spade and finessed dummy’s jack. JUST ARRIVED 

East won with the queen and returned a diamond. The DUNLOP 

defence proceeded-to rattle off large numbers of tricks Sailing Boots $11.50 
in the minor suits and, with the declarer muddling his dis- Elvstrom Super Soft 
cards in the end game, the contract went down six tricks Lifevests 

for an 1,100 penalty! Use your Chargex 

This was scarcely a good advertisement for the weak BOSUN’S LOCKER 

no trump, as East-West had only 21 points and could not 530 Johnson 

normally expect to gain more than a partial score. In 

the actual case. West in Room 2 brought home a hair- _ _ _ 

mixlnc three no trump contract, so the British lost "only'/ philbrook-b shipyard ltd 
raising uti«- ™ ‘ expert propeller adjust'd 

500 point* 041 balance. Straightening, balancing, reptlcbft 

(A Betl-McClur* Syndicate Keatur*) 666-UBT 


CANOE COVE MARINA abbi. toading co 

Swartz Bay, Sidney, B.C. Koori uwd *£ a ?g 1 £- * 4 ; Door.. 


boat. nan. excllrai ahape. good lake 656-3915 window., rtora couple toltete, Pcm 

teat. *45. 2750 Burdick Ave. tank, hathi, radiator., Ught fix- 

_— — - ———— _____ turra. brraker boxe.. etc , Bteikei 

73 FT. CUB CRUISING-RACING ., ■ ■ u m u u u u »r Vf cil-tiof water furnace, leaded win 
rtoop. New candltlrei, c lip. MMMMMMlvlMlTlm daw., wrought iron Ralluateade 
outboard, private. 06-4331 XMAS SPECIALS TOR DAD with hardwood, handrail Look 

NEW 7 FT. 19 IT FTBREGLASH Fire Extinguisher* ^ *' 

* 2 od * 6-3757 (Approved) ..$6.88 recording gifts 


Brother, International and tot ■■ new. with ammunition tad--—--Data Rd. 

Hlisnvarna ga. cartridge, mat *43. rail *27.50; 1* MM. SOUND PROJECTORS --—~ 

^ Rear .eat. tar 49-76 Ford Econo- RCA and Grafter, excellent __ , 10 -n airarna *Nfi 

WOODWARD S line, Ctet each * 282 . urad one*. *188 condWcn. 1»" and 8" londapeaken. and 

teuiinir no nte. each. 86MW7. tar Inrtramete or rtereo. 4TT-STT3 *" d 


rax joon at. WOODWARD'S line, coal e.cn gsu. uraa one*, *,»= enmuran, is am o dm|uk[l v— ——C-| HB 

^iwTltoifcoute 2 .' talrt. Sewing Centre each, asssw. _ tar Inrtramete or rterec Iftflit SSi. moJKSfiwSS 

ter*, hath*, radiator., light fix 2nd floor 2-PIKGE CHliBlKRFIELn, GREKS CTATI«A1<' \ USED UNDERWOOD KLECTOIC 

lurw hmikfr boxn Hr . Runkn «« , . hldM-hed. arener with imnw. saw. 1% h-P-. 3 Uadta, _ ..... n.■ ay.jt-,. *^ 1 . 

teHMt Wtert fte?t.«. ^ded^rtn Mayfair rug., dtoett., r .U frtdg. lamp., cmdlttm. *1* crab DM 

dnvea, wrought iron Ftelhirtrarie ,.„ n , - _ ~ I'tcturei. etc. All In perfact crodl- — - ^ - Mtwt » gmwiCKl =-^———- 

with hardwood, handrail Look ^AM-HOUSE WHOLESALE U»|. »t» B_ AGRTlN MOTOB._6arHKKL AUTOMAT lC FRIGIDAIRF WASH 

round our warchoura. 9-5 dally 388- iL Son I h "* Rd wirwwimnN— awn' TON - n^Ti ' te. W^Jd^raarail ' er. 4 year, old, vtry good 

oui miiMin. Flrat luftt left. 100 feet part Johnaon HElOtlCKaON AND °o n _ ptrtot. tert* m a ii a ■>to | __....— «u.iui 

__ St. Bridge. Price. efleteJv. Ttur,.. APPLIANCE SALE tad SERVICE r K4V1wr —-r rig,, '' w.,,- " ^77 — --- 

RECORDING GIFTS Frt , Sal Open to to. public dally, „ hirahted arttrteV raeddna tawu H1GBEST QUALITY. DARK MINK 

CASSETTE CADDY 9 am. to 9 p.m. Open Saturday til Moving to Ol Ecrt SL La bram rtole, hardly mod. gffio cm.h only, 

hold. 12 caraette. *8.93 each ui. e...rv. ih. ii™» Effertlve Jan. 1 «!4131 wrsiun «mm. ratnra -n-r S Fri and Sat. 


1 USED UNDERWOOD ELECTOR? 
teftca typewriter, exedent eondl- 
tkn. *145. gSB4H55 


(Approved) .$6.88 

Flrist Aid Kit* (Marine) 6.88 
Speedometers 

(Airguide) .. $14.88 

MERCURY MARINE 
SALES & SERVICE 


RECORDING GIFTS 
CASSETTE CADDY 
hold. 12 caaratte. *3.05 each 


PHILIPS AUTOMATIC STACKING qua nettle*. Swift Turkey., Royal 


Flrrt turn left. 100 feet part Jahnaan HENR1CKBON AND SON 

St. Bridge. Price, effeteiv. Thun., APPLIANCE SALE tad SERVICE 
Frt., sat. Open to th* public daily, . *» „ 

9 a m. to 9 p.m. Open Saturday 'tit _ Ar * Movtn* to Ol Fort St 

8 p.m. We re.erve the right to limit Effeteiv* Jan. L 


quammen. fwii luneyi, noyii APPLEfi UNZKKWO0D PORTABLE TYPE ., p _ 4 poRTARI K 

Roc* Grade B 20 lb.up.1h. 45c; Hundred, te ™ te Bptetei. ^ Mae. hk. new. »n. “ 1 

Parkay Margarine, 3 It*. 79c; Nat- Jorrve Golden and Newton Alio 7047 k 1T h 

ley'. Pteato Chip.. 5Bc .tee, 38c; F reah praraad apple MM. EMM OI , PAINTINGS. OIRErTT FROM -_- _- - 


HIGHEST QUALITY. DARK MINK 
rtole, hardly uaed. gSSO cm.h only. 
394-3139 after S Fri. and Sat. 


Stuart Haul. Hegvy Duty Fall, ((retard*. o« Stelty'.. *03-2600 
1 F'x 25”. roll 48c; Centd. Choice,----- 


OIL PAINTINGS. DIRECT FROM 
I aril it. all rtaea. framed, *15 and 


—f Airouide) S14 88 STERB0 Ruck Grade B. 20 lb.up,1h.4V of tSST cf Bprafai. -rtter. terg. rt-. Ilk, new. Ml. M3 Ea RORTtaiua 

^ FT CMBIN CRUISER So H P mamtow CH^SM’rLtR P * rk *> Mtagarlne, 3 It*. 79c; Nat- ^lildtn tad N^rtTwTc **7 jter^rarord pteyer. *60 1 pupplea 

oteboard. 383-8115 MERCURY MARINE ley'. PoUto Chip*, 50c itee, 30c; Freto preraed apple Juice. Saantcb hraw-r nn u -- 

1* FT CABIN FISHERMAN, SALES & SERVICE HUDSON S TAPE^RECOROING atu^, Hcura Hegvy_Duty Fall. Qrtetarta. tel Meli y.. «B 2609. ^T.t ^tale? - ftS^tlT^d rfISSaJ 9 LUu'x”'^l.dkl 

BriMteMtaMHl_47«08,__ 736 aoverdale Ave-1 385^922 1M3 Fort a t P andora _ M 24wa EJ*chu3“s£* IbsSj; totfoi LE*C!ERC-4^HARbnS8 3A1N up Ptan. «SA8 m____ ^ ^ft'riro^ * 

aftyr*- A -’ shape - m m mmmm™.t?s?tse sr; 

REBUILT CHRYSLER MARINE V-8, MU’ UCHT TWIN EVINRUDE. ' N « P ?5? | 1J5 1 2^ AlS^'b^ Br “ a "' F "' Edition. tStMSOD ----21-1®. rona^TV. r5 3854327 eve. 


STOREY SHOE CLINIC 
1 X 11 Ctadrtone Man', aod ladle* 
shoe rate, W price. 


*150. 3K2-3289. ra ra 1,1 m 11 ln Min Slvlerton. color T V., SELL- Giant Ntblet Corn, 2 Un 

BVaiift t m d vs, r<n uidtup „ B *_h p i if~HT TWIN FV1NR11DE ING 15" Phtlco portahle with Mixed Nut., Walnut., 
^^^Y^ERMARINEV* ^ C?! i*™™™ rttad^Wt-^ta^' Admiral Call bert., Almond., 1ft 49c 


FDR THE 
NAUTICAL MAN 
IN THE HOUSE! 

Ftrrt Aid ktM from 
Boat cuabloa. (Gov't app.) 

from , 

Compaa.ee from 
Speedometer, from 
Electric borne from 
Eleriric wind.hield wiper, 
from 


81 TIM8IR HAVE PURCHASED SIMPSONS 

Sear. Kenmore front-loading dlih 
wiNTKn' loo q RIAST1ND. wartier. lelllng portable Viking top 
tai G c s iMri B B « L *S2S& Jf ' dry 


drilling an 

WANTED 


STANDING Oft 


I dispenser. (100. 4T9494C 


P m| f«ll«d~Umbra. P.rry Bro... «T0M lft IdtobS SnSIr-rSIS. jfcjf»T 


“j£g SSSS^S" dUktnT terted^isM; 21" Phillpa'lSi 

oZ S “pnv .rrtrttad new p.cture tub*. I* 

Sunday 8 am. to ( p.m. _ 

r» cJrjfTV 1 „ .. NEW GIBSON BOUTIQUE nRESS 

ROUND STEAK—Full cut 99c h. He4vy roH (otcred .Ilk with bead 

SAUSAGE MEAT ..49c lb. - nr u b.m |i» ratline *50. 388 


1964 BEDFORD PANEL, A-l CON DRIVE OUT AND SAVE. TILl.l 

dltton. terted, *596: 2*" Philip* TV « agj.jae ““ FMtelura ■•* a d Appliance. 

■nd rtand. nrw picture bib., 1*0. —:--— -TllUenm and CtsigT. jseet. 384-1216. 

_—_MATERNt^SL^^D^ RUMPUS MOM*BAR. *75; DARK 

NEW GIBSON BOUTIQUE nRESS. JSn*. M3084 <»k gateleg table. *35: 3 oak 

Heavy rora colored .ttk with bead--chain. *6 each. 386-1829 after 4- 


15- work. Paid *126, lelllng *50 *88- BOY'S 3 SPEED BICYCLE. *10; 


2 WANTED TIMBER AND LANDS, r. room «ult». china cabinet, two I SWEET 


lift" Hain rtord, 813 Fort *83-7323. 

WANTED - TIMBER STANDING 
(15*5 or felled. Top price* peld. SM S704 
*9 50 ---- 

82 MISCELLANEOUS (OR 
Mis SALE 

*13.95 


.. 2 *c - 

1 lb*. 49c YAMAHA 


rarpete. door rareen, vartoui Item.. - - - - r -~ - *36; Low Opu tape recorder, *55 SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE; 

388-7477. N YLON ME_SH_ PLAYPEN hq gauge train rat and track., SU. dlnte* table: bah* better rtngw 

— — ~ - 1 . - ■troiiw; comnywf; 1 bar Rtooli; mo 770* hn): !*!<#*on * ttj Mil 

HERT OfTER bridge rat; bunk bed. .complete: -1_- — - 

28" TV. 1 year old. coat Wf. ,i ngt( , bedi comptrte; 7 piece M^U. FT. UPRIGHT DEEP HUMAN BAIR WIG. MEDIUM 

Large mantel radio, like nt» chrome ailte: It" TV end rtand: freeze. *71; 12-cu. ft chert time brown. (86 or naareat oiler P6 

Tweed overcoat, 42, Wra new 41-2(M ROO( j condition. Chert of drawer, deep fra cu e, *05. Terms. 9ftday *051 

Dnuglai « _._ All rearanable Marconi French guarantee, 3*4-7813 All-Temp wohai 'ravai j-aiw - atrmaeanc 

-Provincial .terao twautlful condl- ---- KODAK CAVALCADE AUTOMATIC 

HAVE PURCHASKD STOPSONS linn, new coat HftS rati for *45(1 or NICE f.H RL8TMA3 GIFT - ONE .tide projector. II tray., .para 

new date hiBlard table, one light. *65. *12-4066 


Moftet electric stove. 4T. *30: both SOLID OAK BUFFET, DATED 
to good condUon. B3A629 anytime. HM Alai a airglcal rterilteer 
-“ — ———-- (Emplm 3*4-1354. 


* S. C Ji!j£ 1 T ^ LVER s^ra KrtStora^gT I Xr, n % C ^i. ^ S 


dollar., tan. Mandolin. 302-400 

__ 'S8 VIKING WASHER. *25. 
382-4815. 


00" range, *50 or heat offer. 191 


BOY'S 35PEED BIKE: PORT 
■hie typewriter; both Ilka naw. *41 
each <79-1412 

12 LBS. *3**. LIGHT, DARK 
BABE'S HONEY. 108 LANgJOWNE 

STORM WINDOWS 
New rtyle. B.C Aluminium 394-3(122 


-- -——- 8 x 12 near new, elite billiard table. 

MEN'S FIGURE SKATES. SIZE I, 7 «-M* Duncan. _ 


SALES LTD. - 

*3 Yalea Strart Wctrala. B C- OIL HKATBR. BO: 'U CMEV 
3*3 1920 I body part, free; 383-959 


10. total, racqurt ri-50. Iw4g* i »nd I dqLL CLOTHES (BARBIE I otter, to Victona Pi 


PRIVATE COLLECTOR HAS 19S 18 CU n CHEST FREEZER. 1 
proof tike art W-O 8 . 8 . Please rant year old, *175 478-SJ04. 478-567* 


BEDROOM SUITE *76. KITCHEN .old drape., 11 width *26."All ln mlrte ^ll TJlvT 

m\m. _JUNIOR PETITE CLOTHING prto,<1 ” 1,m afte^UnocttdaUy ^ mmriy BariT 


NEW SHIPMENT 
JUST ARRIVED 
DUNLOP 

Saiitog Boot* $11.50 
Elvstrom Super Soft 
Lifevests 

Use your Chargex 
BOSUN’S LOCKER 
580 Johnson 


STRIKING ORIGINAL OIL PAINT- — 
Ing (80 in. x48 to.) "Ftatety' 1 , by “ 
Weldon Munden, *71 Phan. 0- "2v 


ciTunriM MtVM AQTVP 117 fifl JUNIUK r El 1TE LLAJlBimj-- ———— --—— ■■ 

3«4 N H4I1 MDtMASTER ’ 0788 --- (tae 5-7). Better make dresses, striking ORIGINAL OIL PAINT- — 

___ ^ "klrU, .weater. *56-4381 tog <ao ta x48 to.) "Fantely' 1 , by “ 

WOOD LATHE. HARDLY USED, fre.hly cut treated Holly. Me a lb. ----Weldon Munden. *7* Phan. «S2 "JJ* 

cart (300, rail *100. 470-3252 Arbuuai . Rd.-Sbe rwoo d to 2820 MODERN CHESTERFIELD SUITE. 2938, after 6 p.m. 

- —■— - - MacDonald Dr. 477-4808 giro, (ridge *75’ kitchen rat *80--———— - - 

STROMBKCKE* ROAD RACING __GIRL'S SKATES 4. «B; CHILD'S STR 

rat and table. 38*4815 CHRISTMAS TREES -.—-rawing machine, *4; Eaxy Bake 

ELECTRIC TRAIN AND HOAD drad? iTehocst from. JScTcenS SST **” U *" Affl 

racing aet 856 2980 Saanich Rd. 852-1744. Ktectrolox floor poUrtier. gra earn. -;-..... . -.■ | _ v ;r -.- gl.» 

BEATTY ‘iRONER EXCELLENT UNIVERSAL ENCYCLOPEDIA, II o R fr> WNtrA GREAT BOOKS Netted Gema^ra^Mck, enton. ^ 

condition. (80 4TM741 volume. ; Spanish rtyle guitar; ™1* N . NIC ^.^ G *L!L A r T tad carrote. Ic lb. awer Rill Farm, 

1 DOLL BUGGyT *ioT*l *YOUNG8r ,J ” X °- ^ n§5f■MM* _ FRJ 

“- w L" nk P[ 4 ' *5i-ir-5r DE LUXE VIKING DISHWASHER WALNUT 5H FT. HUTJTT; EUEC- « 


set awl table *81-4815 ] CHRISTMAS TREES 

-Farm frown Norway Spruce Hun- 

ELECTRIC TRAIN AND HOAD drad. to choc re from. 4050 Central 
racing rat 856 2980 Saanich Rd. 853-1744. 


A/bulu. Rd.—She rwoo d to 2820 MODERN CHESTERFIELD SUITE. 2938, after 8 p.m.' - 

MacDonald Dr. 477-4808 giro- (ridge *75- kitchen rat *80----—— - - 

-47^585L GIRL'S SKATES 4. V; CHILD'S ST ROM B 

CHRISTMAS TREES -.—-rawing machine, *4; Easy Bake 

EH? t™?" Nonray Hpreprlta- rARHiAoE AND Oran. *7; fcmai. rt. vCm m rzrrszz 


liter, to Vi (Sana Pr... Bar Ml 1 ' ... 

— -:— - - -TABLE smr FRIDGE. *8X24". 

ELECTROLUX VACUUM! nj ni-7813 All TOItp. 

cleaner pop out twg. card winder, -—- 

randy new m ta* IM Ht i DOUBLE TOLD UP BED; SEMI 

18" PORTABLE TV WITH STAND, nnta 8M0 38»85ffl _ 

raraM make kwrt>.^gtft 0^ 18» OAg LIBRARY TABLE, CHROME 

—W* — —• * kllptrtn table, eeati 1 KL48B0. 

STROMBECKER ROAD RACK SET. I LIONEL TRAN SETS PLUS 
SaggKZ sane Marx can. 38X803 


, ■ v ASSORTED SIZES OF PLATE FUR BONNET WITH LYNX 

.m - ■ ... - gla.i 382-8301 after 5 p.m. ridee *30 brand new. 384 2806. 

iThTh? 1 ??rack, enton. LATE MODEL DELUXE DRYER, CUSTOM MAHOGANY STEREO 


1 DOLL BUGGY, *10; 1 YOUNGS- rS" tm 
town link. *5. 479-4223 


*150 or bert tear, 163-3461 _ | 

rRIDGK. m. STOVE. W. EKCEL-I 
lete corah Una. a634M00 


cebtart Bert ofler take. *84-7025 
a4> CART. *125 OR OFFER. 479- 


OLDER-TYPE ADDING MACHINE »i°°A.l Vtau ■*>“ new. Itell.n trumpet, plant lr1 f heater with far. *8: Spaltiiih AUTOMATIC WASHER, FRIDGE INDOOR-OUTDOOR CARPET. 28 

tat cart, offer. 652-2082 __ 81 ^d. Encyclopedia ,et. 542 -96M ffter. ^Stodry rubber plant. *5 Off ere. After 4 384^(13_ per cert oft. 186-NB8, Ctaugex 


PHIL BROOK'S SHIPYARD LTD. 
EXPERT PROPELLER ADJUSTING 


HEAVY BOIL ING FOWL. It Open Saturday 
eadvJSLim- ; -.j, CHIV .. ORIGINAL, 


CHRISTMAS TREES FOR. SALE 
Gorge Hotel Parking tot. 


FRIGIDAIRE DE LUXE. EXCEL! IBB USED FUR COATS, FROM *10 


Straightening, belanrlng. repUching j GOOD MILTON CLOTH OVER- tire*. «Un Heel head and »lt SHUFFLEBOARD 1* IT. NEW, player, eld rtyle caltart , 
6K-11ST coat. sUm 46. 125. 478-3625 I water fl.hin* tackle. 592-7881. 11250 delivered In area. *85-7237. I rraniMng. g». 477-700 


Ft Wg. FOU-J ltaf, Irauiatad treracr. *75 B84-S408 Fnrtar'i Fun, 781 Yalra'. S8B-2514 
oi|. ion now, vat) Namn-iwJia -——— - — - - . —i-— 


I water fiihinf tackle. BS2-768L 


1250 delivered In area- 185-7237. 


1 riiaMni. taa. 477-: 


tar TOP-LOAD VIKING DISHWASHER COWS: ROLLS or 194T DOLLARS 
! cm. 47*4846 I and hatv.a an. 1814414 


















26 Biilq do Inn I* t. Victoria, B.C, Saturday, Dec. 20, 1969 

The Daily Crossword Puzzle 


90 PITS AND SUPPLIES 

PARR0TAMA2QN. GREEN AND 


CARS FOR SALE 


CARS FOR SALE 


1 Bhakaaprar- 
un atrram 
I Pvaaod'a cal 
andettara 
I Fairy qoaan !■ 
J after 
U Matura 
U Tro0aal plart 
J4 part 

U LUb . ladyjw g, 

27 FamlMna 

iriekaam* 

18 "•— at Troy" 

IS Fartalndn* to 
ptaanr* 

31 Baltic «uli 
2S Woo 
M Patra laa/ 
(aar.) 

fl Franrti ttraam 

a# Soara 
83 Crum to 
member 
H G lri’an ame 

S7 Mora inodncB 
3* ItaBaa com* 

IB Ona wtw 

(M«U) 

41 Make laca 
tdflnga 

43 Femlnlnt 

name 

44 Inallaa 

4* Actol 
real I vine 
49 Aiutoyer 

9B Em 

54 Reiarva 

94 N urn bar 
31 BHaHeal gar-dan 
54 Daimtaaflan 
BB Abatraot being 

■1 IMBdanir 

■ Go/fw'a pan 


1 F t B a dpa l 
3 Sinful 

3 Gem 

4 At no tbn# 

5 Membranous 
poucfi 

« Hawaiian 

,sz%r 

quantity 
I Dtipatdna 



C cccccccccc 


ma Upper Lanadowne area where „ „ „ „ ^ a. ^ v coyimuiAV 

on aimmar daya ba holde forth CCCCCCCCCCC SPEEDWAY 

with tree top dialogue*. A vivid rv-ioxrt-r t “ 

lalkar with a Choice repertoire of vAJKrlEEL, VOLKSWAGEN 

•ally chit-chat. Only raaarn tor ChpvmW ruiawnflucn 

•riling li becauae he love, children. , 

"^..oure are grown CM to a Oldsmobile 

family with children (tha morn the ANNOUNCING 

better). P.8. 8ext We've never v-HolUaC QPPiiTiT’t 

load not. bat he-tta han't told »rEEL»I * 

a ny egg, yet. Phone 943-1M3 Jjf YOU Don't WIN-A-CAR 

HORSE FOR SALE: II H.H Rllv y.™ CONTEST 

■elding, trained Knglltt. axoerl PTOtn WINNER 1 

enead Jumper and hunter. Raaaon PflRNTTI t '*l 

able price. Write Janet Palmer. LUKNfcLL . 

S JSS fgLVSt CUBP You'U Be Paying WAYNE ERICKSON. 

T00MU ° h Military College 

Ita heart and amlle aD year long _ 

To® quality - ready for Xxnai Amount won, 92,139.50 

Ragleiered. SHE-gOofo-ms , NOW , , 

4 WEEE3 OLD purebred lab „ _ ' . Congratulations WAYNE for 

«“■ **, rrnai betwaan mcMared 2-year written warranty hu 197n KARMANN 

black champion and 0 >lden female urtf}, evwrv liaed rar DUymg a ISYU KAKMAININ 

3 tohkm main ml i fetnain wltn evef y car - GHIA convertible at 

t 3 - -_— SPEEDWAY and being the 

NICE HALF BORDER COLLIES WTNNKR 

BM1D, w«l Mri MS CSaiitmae when Wi-NWEK. 

tod. mam ** VW ' 1969 CHEVROLET Impala 
small miniature RKGtB . convertible, V-8 auto- See SPEEDY for these 

tw^padja pupa, bl ack an d light malic, power steering great Tradea. 

Drown. Kram Chanpltnriilo blood , , , „ „ * 

_-_ Radl °* me 1967 A C ADIAN Beaumont 

'StW'uJFZZ convertible $2795 

panlaa Alao bhow quality, bred 1NUW *3695 . 

yo— toe, aao aotto Rd. 1966 DATS UN 4-door $1295 

« black puppies 4 WEEKS. 1968 CHEVROLET Impala 

mutter purebred Red Setter, fatter v a 1866 CHEVELLE 

Border Collie, *li Pbona evening. URjpe. V-8 automatic. ™ ’ 

_Power steering and Malibu $2195 

S5to D ?took r ^. C SS‘bS-ee 7 r brake*. Radio. 1966 PLYMOUTH Fury 

toy and mlnlatura, paper trataed. NOW $2795 Sedan 11795 


" - wjj uwuiim. « viviu /v,n\n?r r 

lalkar with a choice repertoire of lAJKNELL 


palnlw 

3d Asian 
monrtalna 

U Judicial bench 

II Skull 

pro tub trance. 

10 External 

13 Fraud) 
novel If 1 
and family 

14 Spoken, 
not written 

* Son of 

Jacob (Bib.) 

R Native* of a 
certain 
continent 


3R Natural lat 
10 Athema 
31 Segm.nt 
S3 Feminine 
appeUatkoa 
M Brava 
40 Bag 
43 Ventilated 
45 Wrench 
4d Surf nolle 
IT Level 
48 Foot 

(aoanb, farm) 

50 Leg Joint 

51 Behold 
(Latin) 

53 Rot. ftox 
58 Writing fluid 


I" | 

■ - Uf*c -if.a 

fc** ?*j -: 1 

laa -fee. >:r>l ilj 

r-JBDia S.-1U UOlBiJ 


rally cblt-ChaL Only raaaon for 
aeUrag la baesuae he love* children, 
and our. are grown. CM In a 
family with children (the more the 
better). P.S. Sex? We've never 
famd not, bat he-ttia han't told 
any a»i yd. Phone SKt-im 

HORSE FOR SALE: II H.H 
Balding, trained Kr.fll* exnarl 
enead Jumper and hunter. Raaaon. 
able price. Write Janet Palmer. 
*** Jfauth Itoand Highway, Camp¬ 
bell River, or pbMM 923-5390. 

SAMOYED PUPPIES- THE DOG 
that carrier the aplrtt at Xma. In 
Ita haart and amlle afl year long 
Top quality — ready far Xma. 
Reglaiered $1004500 8424519 

4 WEEKS OLD PUREBRED LAB" 
pupa. $S, rmm betwaan ragtatared 
black rb.mpinn and ®ilden female 
1 goUM) malea left, 7 female.. 
black nr gold. WT4 Graham St. 

MCE HALF BORDER COLLIES 
354W, WW Ml M3 Oaiitmaa when 
'hai'll be I week. ok). 383 Vlat. 
Bay Road. 477-018. 

SMALL MINIATURE REOIfr 
tered poodle pupa, black and light 
brown. From Cbamplonridn blood 
li nai- 758-3737. 

LONEL.YT BEAUTTFUL LJTTLF 
pomautdan. tha ideal adnKa eon 
panlan. Alao khow quality, fared 
yam* famale. BCB0 Book* Rd. 


Chevrolet 

Oldsmobile 

Cadillac 

If You Don't 
Buy From 
CORNELL 
You’ll Be Paying 
Too Much 


NOW! ! NOW ! ! 
2-year written warranty 
with every used car. 


| 100 CMS FOR SAL I 

DOUGLAS MOTORS 
2S24 Douglas 

Victoria’s Largest 
used car lot 

Across from Victoria Press 

im TOYOTA coat S3B0. Sal 
prtca tin 


1988 RAMBLER 1895 

1988 CHEVY n Itatlon wagon *1895 


1989 GALAX3E 
HT 


MB ACADIAN convtrUbl. SMS 

2524 Douglas Street 
Phans 385-5443 or 385-0031 


100 CAM FOR SALE 

* V 
N-N 

N-N 

N-N 

N-N 

«» N — NATIONAL — N 

Sale N - N 

n»s N -CHRYSLER- 

tarn N-N 

bh N-DODGE-N 

N-N 

M ‘ N-N 

»«* N-N 

-door N — N 

BUS, N 


819 YATES STREET 


100 CARS FOR IAL1 

PETER POLLEN 

Announces a “Better Idea” 
for you, the customer . . . 

''SATISFACTION GUARAN- 
N TEED OR YOUR MONEY 
BACK IN SEVEN DAYS.” 


1968 FORD Custom “500” 
sedan. V-8 automatic, 
power steering, radio, 
this car has been main¬ 
tained by us since new. 

$2495 



-%3§ 

F-^°rw 


matter purebred Red Setter, fatter 
Border CoJile, $15. Phan, eveningi 
4TM302. ! 

beady rni Christmas' t 

wetoc btoefc pnodk pupjdei between 
lay and miniature, paper trataed. 
had ahota 852-1444. 

BORDER COLLIE PUPS 

_ 4714M8 _ 

*1 CHICKS, POULTRY 
HATCHING EGGS, SUPPLIES 

BEAUTIFUL PEACOCKS FOR 
■ale, r.aaonatoy priced. 382-3154 

*2 LIVESTOCK AND 
SUPPLIES 


Convertible 

See SPEEDY for these SPECIALS 
great Trades. 

100 GALLONS OF 

1967 ACADIAN Beaumont GAS FREE 

convertible $2795 with these bpecial* » 

EXPIRES DEC 25. IMB 

1966 DATSUN 4-door $1295 M t-bdU) mmctaW* top. full 

power, radio. cal 

1866 CHEVELLE 

VC.Hh., .. naI - er FAIR LANE BOB V-8 automatic. 

MailDU $2195 gown toarrtng. radio. $22*5 

1966 PLYMOUTH Fury " «*reT cy«*»ia «*mrartiM*. vj 

„automatic, power .leering, power 
sedan $1795 hrakea buefcoto, conml. $1995 


Wide Open Every Weekday ^ A ^ QQr sedan 

Night TUI 9 P.M. B1 * ,lx ’ “tom a tie. 


When you buy at 
NATIONAL 
You DON'T pay 
too much 


•2 MISCELLANEOUS FOR 
SALE 


■ 55 Writing fluid I HALTER — ATTRACTIVE RUSSET 

leather Rag. SB.M SPEC |S.M 
■ ■ Campltoa Bridto — ruaiet leather 

82 MISCELLANEOUS FOR 84 SWAPS *3i>ftoS!S !££ <3.45. 

_ ^ _ Da CATERPILLAR TRACTOR 508 PANDOftk*™ 11 ' 08 LT °$84-7181 

Sm^i? dl«'tt^ ) t N hl. R W 125 fa??H™Tn3S 1 S B _ - YEAR - OLD KEGBTERED 

Small dinette tafala and 2 rtwlri aa — — _ ■ „ ■ - ■■■ : ■ quarter hone, gelding, ^ear-old, to 


1968 OLDSMOBILE Cutlass 1965 MORRIS 1100 
sedan, V-8, power sedan 

steering and brakes, 

™_1964 FORD sedan, auto- 

radio, one owner. matic 

NOW $2895 

1961 CHEVROLF7T 

1967 CADILLAC sedan De automatic 
Vil ?’J U J J y ( P 0 """ 1961 PONTIAC 
!2i^:/ aCtOTy ^ hardtop 


r Bluer, paw.r ....ring, pa-er «®»Pletely winter- 

braka*. radio, pow.r ized. 

■ window.. $795 

, _ 1967 PONTIAC 4-door sta 

ban wagon, V-8, auto- 


equipped. Factory atr 
conditioned. 

NOW $5495 


1960 PONTIAC 

station wagon. An ex- 
ceUent vehicle for a 
tradesman such ai 
plumber, electrician etc. 


radio. Sharp two-tone 
paint. This Is the Ideal 
car for the young 
family, 

$1695 

1967 FAIRLANE 4-door 
sedan', V-8, automatic, 
power steering, power 
brakes, radio. This car 
is as clean as a pin and 
drives like new. 

$2295 


matic. power steering, 
power brakes radio, 

e x e • 11 ent condition ^967 V A U X HALL station 


throughout. 
YOUR PRICE 


and doubles nicely as a 11969 DODGE Polara "500" 4- 


VOLKSWAGENS: 


HAVE YOU EVER Small dlontte Uhl. and a ctwlr. a. - iartrohorra, g^dtng. TSSZSST --to 

MIYTTCVn nnjim *pirrnr TC JJJ'*' te Slngla hod, good. $20. -'llIlk- CHAIN RAW, 10" RAR AND quarter b o r a , pony, 11-1 handa- 7 - 
NOTICED THAT THERE li Che.t of drawer*. $13. ag-0716. _ 3 rtraina for 120 twa* •ooordloo. **2- SwntLsdpotty fflj, 47S-14CT 

Po'wE^AI^URE ^kTra^Bird^g. JXi harmony cuttae jAiro aiotj- 

™ T U rS85^ ^ - EDm OH -CHILIF ~ ^^ ~ 

7H? ET r,o^o^rv S 52"’ & ^ »*»■ KACI HO BICYCLE^ VALUE $50 mark REASONABLE. MUST GO 

BE PREPARED . . - p*** w 4TT48S4 _ far row bout tn-mi. _ to good ham. before ChrlBtmaA Cl 

LOOK! FILTER.QUEEN VACUUM IS ANTIQUES ^_ 

PI . ln 9c aas-Ksg^Kj” ^ piG& ™« pk 

^S^atterie.) ^ - 1 ^ ^ ^3^23X5* £- SESVtWk. ‘ 

Oil lantern* 99c victoria meat market i a.mood *pprox. «rh js rt f^ J ra^n5. < m^w mJT M A R1 

»-i 7 an Mrrlchti your toad dollar 4 Diamond* approx, each .ID et —--- 

Coleman lamps ®J JOHNSON STREET I Diamond, .mrox. tub .01 CL 2 YOUNG -SUFFTn.K EWES 


door hardtop, V-8, 

power steering a n d 1969 VOLKSWAGEN Fnt- 
brtikei, radio, two tone back. Radio $2595 

,, 10 , 1969 VOLKSWAGEN station 
NOW $3195 wagon, radio $2795 


family car. Six cylinder 
economy. Very clean 
and with new tires. 
Don't miss this one. 

Special $495 

BRIAN HOLLEY 
3319 Douglas 
384-3221 


wagon. This roomy im¬ 
port is Ideal for ths 
person who wants econ¬ 
omy and the versatility 
of a wagon. 

$1595 


pk- rnMtaB vjta. warmro. |zm toSMuTtorter K r»w 1969 VOLKSWAGEN station 3319 Douglas 

1985 HERITAGE edition 'child. — aw* wto CM. 41S37CT. NOW $3195 wagon, radio $2795 384-3221 

craft’ by World Book. Ai new, S4- RACCTO BICYCLE, VALUE (80. wmir RIASTTTAHLE MTTTr CO 

pri m. Sft. 4T7-1B4 _ra ra jM rarow bo*L 47T-WS7. - toi™d bom. betor. chriitoraa. ci- 1967 C O M E T "200", V-8 1968 VOLKSWAGEN Beetle, X ttfnTion CAE BUFFS. ISM 

FILTER QUEEN VACUUM IS ANTIQUES **___ —— untamatlr- ntvl radio nutnmaHr fl W M«t»or coune da luxr Rail nffar 


deanar, 1-bruab floor 
dectrtc train. 4TS«o. 


WKANER PIGS. AFTER S PH.. 
47B-B5S. 


automatic and radio. automatic $1995 “'“““w <>• lux* Beat offer !“*• iwjw*' 

*y«r $J5o. view at B25a AdmIran tom radio. Very clean. 

NOW 1/1 ^ 1968 VOLKSWAGEN Beetle, - Rd - W - 0 ^ ” Slind * y __ YOUR PRICE $1444 

-.din C15BK 19« SUNBEAM RAPIER 

1967 CHEVROLET Impala 51895 1964 CHRYSLER 4-door 

Super Sport, 337, V-8, 1967 VOLKSWAGEN Fast- "*»* a«-<ni _ hardtop, V-8, auto 

automatic, power steer- back $1895 2 Austin a-bbs. i in good matic, power steering. 

Ina and hralraa Tfarlln tutodlfloB bat no motor; otter with power brake*, custom 

ta,«.db«ke.-H.^ volkswagen Slrttoi-Efs. m ” “ SL. A rtal cle M 
Wagon, Radio $1995 t owner, im ford ■ sedan. luxury automobile 

„_ . . .»JpmwCTiiate, exlra wheel*, mow you’d be proud to own. 

1966 VAUXHALL Viva 2- ^ ^ ^ YOUR PRICE $133: 

door Iatw mileage. B u s e s . Campers, S^,^^£™S£ 1966 CORV ^ R 


496 aU" * ^ D .. aftgr jmsa.-sar-HS 


SPENCER’S STORES motor; Fx ll' Ptanear brand tanL 

new. 471-3144. 

1110 Gov’t. St. "Downtown” 


--- with 

VICTORIA MF.AT MARKET 1 Dfamond approx, each JS et 

atretdiea your toad dollar 4 Diamond! approx, each .10 cL 

BM JOHNSON STREET $ Diamond, approx, tacb .0* rt. 

—- — — - — I - — -i -i .i 1 D Um cnd tmroL wh . 05 rt. 

JOHNSON 18-H.P OUTBOARD 15 Diamond. .SrS! racb .02 rt! 

r* Tv IT 1 rifliai ■_4 anaa 


ARABIAN CHESTUNUT MARK 
for a*l«. $75- <77 9884. _ 

2 YOUNG SUFFOLK EWES 
bred, 1 ram, reaaonable. 4T7-3U7 

YOUNG EwS 
4T9-83CN 


offer*. 477-1744 


REALLY THRILL HER TUBULAR TEETER-TOTTER. * year*. Often tav 

SNITCH A SAMPLE OF HAIR SnS* 1, 1 "‘* 08 Ph ”* “ _ 99 NFW - 

Then vlatt ua. Open w ry d ay 8;$o - wanted INDIAN RELICS __' 

1 P-1 1 - Chrtrtnte*- Sun. MAN'S WET SUIT, $50; ALSO We pay hlphert price* for all -- 

from 10 m.m. to 7 p m. Spanlah guitar. $8 Hardly uaed. 656- carving, and ceremonial ohjerti. 

W« pary a complete line Sf71. SHO Bgm St. Van U. Phoiw Fit 

of hair piece*, wiga, and accetaor- —— —■ ■ . -7251 

lea at competitive price*. Alao CAR ROOF RACES, 38; 2 SNOW - --—- -lorn T 

perfume, coimattaa and Jewellery. J 1 "*- *M«W5. Ml; Kiddy acootor, AVENUE ANTIQUES — 18SB OAK 13,u 1 

Gift cartiOratia can be encloaad la P-60; nrm. 38S4D07. Bay Av*. We buy and aell old ARE 

“ F ” *" . ys-yfi i^sr ss^."sss:‘ N 

■ u adt n r r a ^ w * tr«ir ir«niroiTn«r, c*ri and controUara ___-_ 

CHARGEX' ' fnt2 ° KDraOMC YL1N D K R GRAMD ^ 

ORIGINAL WATER COLORS. -Ml * DAT8UH “18W 

r.twi ...in. ..a 1 —a pray* wall. iraa. 4TS-5U94. narsim nirtn.n 


HAROLD ROBINSON larg 
ANTIQUES t ° . Um 

lfflj Fort St I83-3R22 HALF 


LARGE HEAVY GEESE; 
to lamb January. 885-2234. 


HALF MORGAN GELDING, 
year*, offer* tavttad. 471-7481 


99 NtW CAR D1RICTORY 

( The 

1970 DATSUNS 
ARE HERE 
NOW! 


doer family *d» .V* « ' ~ — 

automatic, power steer¬ 
ing, power brakes, cus- H5 95 

tom radio. A real 

beauty for tha family 1966 CHEVROLET Impala 

man. aedan, V-8, automatic. 

YOUR PRICE $3145 power steering, power 

1964 CHEVROLET Impala brakes, radio. This top- 

station wago-n. V-8, of-the-line luxury car 

automatic, power steer- * r*®! bargain at 

Ing, power brakes, cus- $1995 

tom radio. Very clean. 

YOUR PRICE $1444 


1964 CHRYSLER 4-door 
hardtop, V-8, auto¬ 
matic, power steering, 
power brakes, custom 
radio. A real clean 
luxury au tomobile 
you'd be proud to own. 
YOUR PRICE $1333 


door. Low mileage. 


A BON MARCHE 
1** QUADRA 


TTT COLD TURKEY* 


TOP ELEMENTS 
OVEN ELEMENTS 
SWITCHES tor ELEMENTS 
OVEN CONTROLS 
FU8E HOLDERS 


FOR APPLIANCE J*PAIRS 


Good quality and aatertlon U^i w _ 

and am icapcs $25 up. 478-402]. 

BOY'S 28" CARRIER BIKE GOOD ■* MISCELLANEOUS TO 
condllK*. $35. Prealdcnt cl ran f' BENT 

pollttur. $25. M6-64SS. __ KtrlT _ 

NEW BLUE PEAU DO SOJE „ RENT TO OWN 

dna. New Year * Eva. teza a, $4 New Sewing Machina, $2.71 Weekly. 

buat. 392-8484 $S Monthlj- 

. . . —— — - SAWYER SEWING 

2 L A R G E PAINTINGS. NEW SU Fort at $884221 

24"x48" framed. 8812101 ----- 

_____ItEIf T TO OWN 

QOTJ CLUBS. LOCK NEW, SS4 Sewlne machine* $2 50 weekly. 


1101 Yates 


xjryirr e«K „ --> pmira, ■« rara in cnonae mom 

5933 Beetles. Station Wagons. *>» “d Houston Motor*, im 

Pandora B8447U 

, „ The largest selection of used _estate car 

1966 PONTIAC Parisienne 2- VOLKSWAGFNS on t h » 1B ® 0M " * H| +<,oor hardtop, luxury 
door h a r d t o p , V-8, 2 1 h ' ,ow mUe *«« "«• 892 

automatic, power steer- oDppnnjtv iwcuv. impala a-bs. hard 

ing and brakes. Radio. SPEEDWAY top. v-*, automatic, pb.. p.*.. air 

NOW $1795 _VOLKSWAGEN t££ ■Safe* *“*• lnt * Tl(r ' M ' M0 

971 Yates St. at Vancouver ■« pontiac sedan, a auto- 1 
1965 BUIOC Le Sabre 4-door 385-2415 matte, excellent ccndioc* threusb- 


1MB CHEV. IMPALA 3-DH. HARD 


top, big 6 cylinder, 
automatic, radio. Com- 
p 1 etely reconditioned 
throughout. 

YOUR PRICE $1345 


1964 FORD sedan. Full 
power equipment. Ex¬ 
ceptionally cel an and 
well maintained. 

$1195 

1967 BUICK Le Sabre, 
sedan. Full Buick 
power equipment. A 
low-mileage, one-owner 
local oar. Wouldn’t 
you rather drive this 
Buick at only 
$2795 


niwira 75?” SIS 1965 BUICK U Sabre 4-door 

datsun P-iaocr ipot *3375 hard top, automatic, 

All fUUy aqulppcd * tC * rin * * n d 

brakes. Radio. 

DAVID MOTORS LTD. NOW $1795 

DATSUN — VOLVO 
SALES — SERVICE 

, __ 1965 FALCON 4-door sedan 

01 Yates 386-6168 g cylinder, radio. 


UQ2, after 5 p.m. 

XMAS TREES,” CUT YOUR OWN. 
478-2SB7. 


T ELK-TECH SERVICES LTD 


1302 Wharf St. 


Open 'til t. IRD.S. 

«MD EaqnlmaJt Rd. 3SS-178Q 

A AC RENTALS - 382-7013 
TV. reduoan. rowan, cyclera, 


wMwi •Si' 


_____ ' “ ate. 15S Oak Bay Aar 383 7013 

WALL OVEN AND SURFACE LARGE DINNER SET. CANADIAN RF NT FURNITURE OR ~ APPI I 
ttalL OH; anttqua coffaa mill. $800; Sarouk rug. «2"r«G." *83-KW). . "J7 rar.En 

and track. 06: ahki'i ---ano#i. Th« Tradtn, 715 Flnlayon 

wtteeL *71; coppardtrtag brtmet CHAIN LINK FENCING, CUSTOM Open Blkhtty tOl 1 MS4M*. 

*100; tady'a diving tank. $50; triple- nt * a ' 7we - _ THREE BRUSH RUG SHAMPOO 

lfnG rri doLl^ ( *SI3 r*cOTn- REMINGTON TYPEWRITER, «» • 

Si. « Ito lO HlZ good condition, beat offer 5854281 ^ _ 

poo $83-7422. MUSKRAT COAT, EXCELLENT 

ANTIQUE MAHOGANY WHAT-NOT. «■*- »• ***** 90 «TS AND SUPH-IIS 

*40; dottle pcdeatal Duncan-Phyfe —- ■■ - : -- 

fflias^dTtSSJSSS •* *"scell* NI ous 

a ■sa:..'Si. ,i ux.. , ”s;;_ w ^ Tt ° __ is^gStSiiSS’ w 

“ bl * wWl ABEL TRADING CO. registered black toy 

top. ko. .■nt 'jato txxxU* duddIm. too Quality. $83 


MISCELLANEOUS 

WANTED 


toTcs. SSS w ABEL TRADING CO. 

1 SMALL DOLL BUGGY. $8; Caah far acrap[ 0 ^Meteta, Iron am 
rhIM'a table and chair set. $4: at ml ptohad up. Copper 43c, brail 
arhortte cofle* table. M; matte Me. radiator* sfc. lead Be. hattariea 
hunk beda. $30; rhIM'a rocking BOr: alia buy and aall tornttare. 
chair. $2.50; Highland dancing tool*. Me. Jink can takan. 388- 
ruIfH and Ballon Hornpipe outfit. 6541, 0:38 a m.-5 p.m. 
bott 10-13 yaar aim. 583-7038 - . t - -_ • — 


90 CITS AND SUPPLIES 

MUST SELL PUG 

Excnflenl brooding female from top 
line. 4 years old. alao e x tre m ely 
aflacttcoate pat $84-1578. 

RKOmSRED BLACK TOY 
l^odl* puppUa. top quality. $83 

MAYDONN” REGWTERED 
Black MCrdature Poodlei 
Ready fnr Xmaa. 478-4000 

THE DOGGY WASH 


T** -— FOR MONEY IN A HURRY WE «< DnUmH. I«M«8. al» a t 1969 RAMBLER 

FAMILY - FUN GIFTS' buy or loan money on too*, guru. 1™ Cedar Hill Croaa Rd., 877-5464 V B 

Archery act — horaeahoet — and muttcal InjLarmenti. Broad- anivnai w piiwo nrrmrarn -5L*lion v.uj(un, v-o, auio- 

inhuggan — croquet, and darl aell Johnaon Tradlni Centre, 817-811 * r.nmlilitt iTO wSShead Rd matic, power Steering, 

us i«n «•* “ p™„brL, e ,. ^ b>u. Si 

Roblnaoo'a Sporting Good. 1307 NRRD CASB--- BEAUTIFUL PUPPIES. MOTHER colour. 

Br °ad-SL._«gm _ -_ cam paid tor r nd tool., romeraa, J3“* r * d *»9« *** XMAS SPECIAL $3398 

MORE GALES ARE FORECAST! all type* uf mualcal Inatrument* _ 

Make your plaattc item window* Whaf ^? v * EXCLUSIVE BOARDING SMALL 

^i^'Vev^TeigSr^d OtAAlZS?- 

todi^toteJ ‘p*aa P tVc l a Ltd?\o6 '^^ri^tabinuttOT 2* LAUTnruL i»-Month tiger _1%8 JAVELIN 

noutua_ Can/ra ^"rouT’uJrt^ MteS CP L ' »* 2 < kjar hardtop, V-8, »UtO- 

mahooany duncan phyfe 9! < * 1 !l n lf..te jMtboid goojh, to cut, . - matic, power steering. Only 

dinette aulte, butfeC chin, cabinet. “ ^C'* 1 > > «gra"’ I*® VF.RT FRIENDLY BEA1 TOFUIJ.Y ,, [Wj Q silver grev In 

4 chain, extomlnn table. |25C. __ Bo^ti Mr, 2 yn. old umCT * OIIver 

Hoover veewim cleaner (attach- FAMILY TRADING 150. _ _ Colour. 

S“i!iJS K ^ ** turn,tar «' «“**■ appu- MALE SEAL POINT SIAMESE XMAS SPECIAL $2798 

*5.'.*. «5ia*SJ “* *” “=e*. tun*, etc. kitten. Reg. Mock. Depo.lt will hold 

c hain*. ttaxl8, $8 5*7-7211 478-5S31 9 AM _ I P M. 'til Chrlatmaa ISO. 47M88B- 

|'L R ,] G ?| P ,i-. AH Su„,Ir AR ?i: WE ANYTHING FROM A GORGEOUS REGISTERED ENG 

in! r ,/i blcyde, drt handful to a houaeful Top caih llah bred black Englllh Cocker , 4i - 7 MVTS'TIR 

carriage. Incredible Edible* prlcei. The MounLaln Bargain Hum* pupa. 419-4FJ1. 196 ( ML.1EAJK 

colonial bar atonl. acnoler. all In NanaJmo. Phone Victoria 856-3133 ----—-AAw enrian V-8 Blltnmatir 

good condition. 1058 Goa per Crea,- - —. .—-- REG D MIN POODLES, AM *-Goor seuan, v-o, auiomuuc, 

___ _ W*" 7 * 0 ,, Cortrer Spaniel., excellent quality rgdiO. Grey In COlOUr. 

HAVE PURCHASED SIMPSONS DD^pSeS? £' cLSSil Utt! __ XMAS SPECIAL $1598 

Sear. Sllvertone comblnalion color without cabinet 47S-25»7. CROSS TBRRIER, $18 

TV, am railing Dumont 23" black --—— 383-0508. 

and white and H.C.A. Victor record JUNK CARS -■—---— - 

player bott far $73 ■637BS AND BODIES HAULED FOX TERRIER PUP*. SMOOTH 

BOOVKRWAS BXR-DR TKB - -^5 PONTIAC 

■mall aad empert. mobile, no BUY- SELL - APPRAISE CANARIES, GUARANTEED *-door Sedan, V-8, RUtO- 

plumblng required. As new. Value _ _ L UNDS AUCTIONEERS B34B7 ____ 

JI0G wfll ecrept $83 Talbot <56 “^ORT_gjg REG. DOBERMAN PUFi, BLAC K m * bC ’ K P S A. ^ B * 

™__ WANTED: USED ACETYLENE “*l ten. 7465383 • PWV*T DrRKeS, radio, Silver 

FOUR 14" CHROME SPOKE "elding $84-1348 or BUM _ _ -blue In OOlOUT. 

_-___ r-SSf ,DOT XMAS 

njrant, sbdmid Met Mi>vf, rs/^vn nmn ai •ivq nraM-urr- ___ 

Vatar Idc oil heater; hearing aid “hAUN^Id BOOMHOP ” SILVER MINIATURE POODLE XMAS SPECIAL $1466 

477-47P_• MB Fort 383 1427 hsd ahota SD HIT 


CARS FOR SALE 


SUBURBAN 


ON 

DOUGLAS 

“VICTORIA’S 
TORD CORTINA 
HEADQUARTERS" 


1969 RAMBLER 


1965 PLYMOUTH Fury m 
sedan, V-8, automatic, 
power steering, radio. 
NOW $1495 

1964 C H R Y S LER 2-door 
hardtop, power steering 
and brakes, radio, 

NOW $1495 


Protection Benefits ! ! ! 


•S. A H. DOWNTOWN* 

SAUNDERS A HITCHMAN 
YOUR 

DOWNTOWN 
TOYOTA DEALER 1 
BEST BUYS in 
QUALITY USED CARS 
Always check the 
front row. 


tap, v-«, automatic. p.b.. p.a. air 1967 COMET 4-door Sedan, 

nr TaSkr* *” ^ M M0 big 6. automatic, cus- ^ DODGE Dart Swinger 

■ PONTIAC SEDAN. « auto- radio. A very clean hardtop, high perfoiro- 

matic. «zc»n«Dt conditiA thraiiito- well looked after car. vice, J40 automatic, 

n u t_ $!Ma. 3S3«774 - - YOUR PRICE $1775 wide ovals, radio. Only 

IMMACULATE RANCHERO 
V-8. automatic, power at wring end 


iiui.l iuw. .,3 PONTIAC PARISIENNE 

ronVt. 38$ automatic Yeltaw 

SAUNDERS A HITCHMAN oBer* saa 8an 


brorai U ?3 n ^ fc m i{rS3: , 2to rta ‘ 1966 DODGE Polara . 4-door 

I Mf CHEV SEDAN. RUNN ING 

order, na Ueence. a iking $123 858 custom radio. Clean 

__ throughout. 

.^T 10 YOUR PRICE $1345 

malic, fi, needa body work. $$so or 

of fara. 47S-1771. _ _ . 1965 METEOR 4-door sedan, 

2LSKLAJ Jligm 6 cyli " dCT ' 

»3wio. _ _ transmission. Clean in- 

■•2 pontiac parisienne side and out. 

aS«fc“ to ““ ,,e ^ ^ Yenow. YOUR PRICE $1222 


Sales A Service Ltd. 
DOWNTOWN LOT 
1515% QUADRA 
at PANDORA 
382-0032 


•M Aiwrm, eoa just tested. 1969 STARCRAFT Sunllner 


Kecandltlaoad motor. Good Urea 478- 
3B8L 

'«! OMC PANEL. TOP CONDITION. 
84 VoUdwagen. low mileage. 478 
4950 

MUST SELL 1988 MUSTANG GT. 
289, S-apeed automatic, $ 1.900 or 
$1,360 and email oar. I8438E3 


5,000 miles. 

$3195 

1968 PLYMOUTH Fury *- 
door sedan. Automatic. 
Ideal family car. 

$2195 

1969 FAIRLANE sedan, V-8, 
a u t o m a tic, power 
steering, p ower 
brakes, radio. Ex¬ 
ceptionally low mile¬ 
age. 

$3195 


*S. A H. DOWNTOWN* ^ or 

'« G.M.C. % PICKUP; '88 FORD tt FOR XMAA MflBHRAM P4P 1WW 

*rir*lnin* 'AS PagyAiarri* 'AO Qttai«wwhrv4 m __a_ .7 


camping trailer. It’s ’ Z .‘ ‘ . 

flat when travelling. ceptionally low mile- 

winds up for sleeping ***' 

and eating. Used twice. $3195 

New price $1825, 

YOUR PRICE $1295 1968 VAUXHALL Viva de 
rHRYSI.RR N aw lux* sedan with radio. 


p'ttieT’-EiSSKf. iardtoTl oewe^rtt^r^l. 1967 CHRYSLER New ««« radio. 

^S^SitaTaW^'eSSdt'“rTai ^ ^ «"•«» Yorker 4-door hardtop. P« e on* from 


Station wagon, V-8, auto- 5. Exchange privileges. 


XMAS SPECIAL $3398 


Auatio Better,; ’ll Chav V-8 awten. 1954 DODGE. CHEAP FDR CASH 

1 All cars clearlv Drlce ® vcUonwn; '5* M.c. HI.; '51 Muai go by 

1. All cars Clearly price Pan | lK . »(>«»•* (Mtlah ttla waektmd. Phone 471-278* 

5^' 2340 D “«'“ Str “*- I954- CEEV. BEL AIR, 2-DO OR 

2. Written warranty with ----- mjg T sacrifice - ^ 

every oar. '84 Pontiac, cuatom aport ce nrort- | ■"i“ l i.n —- 

, ... , ._. . I bit. V-8 automatic, loaded with MUST SELL 1F7TI 

3. All cars winterized. *. extras, chrome Wheel!, flrat HIM jiff's - ' C * ,h P 1 ’** **™3 184 3784 

4 r XT a r ‘a’"*- Firm. Take parttrada. 473 * nfr 3 - 

4. G.M.A.C. Fhtarxxng. aai- im roiu> Taurus ldr ft. wg 

5. Exchange privileges. saorjfioe, ia« Volkswagen, 3 ""*»■«■ T ”« d a** 1 inro«ttd. 477 

pakaenger pickup, new condltloo. 3 * 10 ~ ___ 

_ n MORRIS 850; U00 MOTOR. 

^ !T str ,v*m jsr„r- - 


This is a ona owner Britain, 
locally owned luxury $1395 

automobile in immacu¬ 
late condition. Com- 1959 VOLKSWAGEN da 


pletely equipped with 
all o< Chryaler's op¬ 
tions. 

YOUR PRICE $3645 


luxe, custom radio, beige 
with dark red interior. 
Why buy a new one? 
$1895 


lououin Bargain Hum. pupa. <79-4873 1967 METEOR Upen 1U 3 p.m. 4-apeea, raw uuieege. ai new maiae colwood Motor* 47B-UQ*- 

ume Vlrtorio B58.S153. - .. . 4-dOOT sedan, V-8, automatic, a nd fait $1830. 47M413 __ MOtCra - 

WANTED Corttr Spaniel a, excellent quality, radio. Grey in COlOUr. CCCCCCCCCCCC 1M8 VANGUARD. TEST ED W rIiHo iiLm XDR - STANDARD 

Term*. Nana.™ 7&4-5tHa __ XMASSPKCIAL $1598 CCCCCCCCCCCC ^ ^ W - - 

*»• «"•”*- CRO * ™ KR - *“ - .98S AUSTIN A 4-DOOR “ ,N0 " : 

(UNK CARS --—-— — - RR1TLSH 4 JAR C;F!NTRE »®llan. tea ted. Motor aal Urea good--—- 

lODHta HAULfflD POX TERRIER PUPS. SMOOTH rirtil-ton L-Art LLPUftt |$BB. M8-5I04 ISte CHEV, TESTED, two, 

_ _ alllB h ^ lml _____ 1965 PONTIAC "CORTINA COUNTRY” i*® 9 sunbeam rapier, good-_ 

SELL - APPRAISE CANARIES, GUARANTEED 1-door Sedan V-8 auto- running condition. Naeda new j*.ZEP H YR 1 SEDAN, ORLY OT 

6 AUCTlOfnLKM OUE7 ’ . rtulcfi. 822 M BO lfl Con»ood Mobn, 478-101 

--*8«B rac DOBERMAN PUP*, blace *”* ’ c f., ’ 1969 SUNBEAM Imp — One !•» mustamo itibi" tape ■~ c A Dn xAC cpe. dx ville, 

USED ACETYLENE ««l tan. 7M-3283 * pOW*T brakes, radio. Silver Bark, A-l gandtua. teavteg anratry I2SBC colwood Mofrn. <731*34 

.t *84-134* or IHU22. ^Sbred a—m.can A^.ogT blu. in colour. owner, low mil nag, unit g^_ •« Lincoln club coupe m 


CORNELL 
CHEVROLET 
OLDSMOBILE 
‘ CADILLAC 

3050 DOUGLAS STREET 
Thru to BURNSIDE 
(Opp. Mayfair.) 


Open TU 9 p.m. 


m BUICK COMPACT WAGON. V-8, 1= MIlRTaNf p>eni.c «"ro e-r 
automatic, power ate.tine and .*T. MIIRTANG VASTRACK^ SSO GT 
extra* Kngtna overtiautad. Rroaon- ^1**V Automatic, radio. Of 


ab le often nonttdemd. <7141185 «««___ tioned inside and out. 

1964 VALIANT V-200. 44XX>R AT., CORTINA. 1«00 DE LUXE, YOUR PRICK «X|* 

roiHo. Good pondlOctl, $795. Aocaqit ■>^™flc, 4 door, low mileage S8S XUUK rlULI. $134. 

•man i*rt trade. 407-aaBO, 25eM VJX _ 

Artettm.- liffl PONTIAC 2-DR. H.T. RE 

1989 CBEV. BEL AIR. 4-DOOR. V-8 built V^. Wick tt4ft, Mbtlikg ae rUVCV th M . KAhTTA^TTC 
automatic, power alee ring, white d^wn payment. Ftnence. 383-4061 U1LUV ine*e f SBIASUL 

eventtsV’ 000 PhD,,, ^^ ANQLIA iaoa S UPER, CUS- BUYS - 

-——— ***> Interior,_excall.ot condition. * ox.j™ 


1985 PONTIAC Pariaienne 

Tudor hardtop. V-8, ^ VOLKSWAGEN "1300 
automatic, power steer- de luxe clKtom radio . 
ing and power brakes, Black ^ ^ 

Completely recondi- immaculate, 

tioned Inside and out. 

YOUR PRICE $1545 * 1395 


n ’ U " P, ’ 0n, S * , S3M 1®*8 ANOLIA iaOB 

,Vrnl11 ** _tom interior, exo 

1987 FURY m. HAS EVERY re«aoneble. 479-MB. 

thing but power window* Original ~~~- 

owner mint aell Beat offer ovwr O THTJNDERBIRD LANDAU, $2295. 

$1500. 852-1508 Colwood Motor., 478-UM. 


1968 ENVOY aedan. This 
roomy Import has 
automatic trans¬ 
mission and radio. 

$2095 


J^e^W^l^^.a^inaU’ “ PONTIAC $98 CONVKRUBLE 
J-ipeed, l« mileage, _ aa new In aide Cntwond uann mLiru 


196B DODGE Dart Tudor 

hardtop, big 6, auto- S 2095 

matic, custom radio, 

power steering, white- 1968 CHRYSLER Newport 2- 


4-door aedan, V-8, auto 


BRrriSH CAR CENTRE 
"CORTINA COUNTRY” 


walla. Only 9600 miles. 
Balance of Chrysler 5- 
yr„ 50,000-m 11 e war 
ranty. 

Stock No. 4317A 
YOUR PRICE $2695 


door hardtop. Full 
power equipment. This 
luxury unit hat been 
well maintained. 

$2995 


1969 DODGE Dart Tudor 1966 COMET Cycione 2-door 
hardtop, big 6, auto- hardtop. V-8 auto- 


Season’s Greetings we buy your furniture, adorable small miniature - 

25 1/IAVFH (IF BRFAn BUI household gwxli, picture*, tool*, etc ,n _ ,er Pocattea, ragltte rod 4I7 -$BS7 j 

VICTORIA WEST BAKERY B—t c«l h price* 3MS04M ._ADORABLE YORKSHIRE TER 1961 VANGUARD 

41* Craigfloaaer Rd 3I&B5 34 CASH FOR BASEMENT. ATTIC r lgr puppy, male . $854)1 27. 4-dOOr Sedan, 4 Cylinder 

have nearly new hoover Attic em■ , loa y^ M- ^ iS ^ T. C ^S«* ^, roJ? ES * IrrTE N a itandard. Extra clean. 


waaher-apln dryer. *1*5 Wanted, 
dinging roan aulte with buffet. $81 


E1LSHAWS 

CASH FOR FURNISHINGS 


TOBI8HI_ TAPE RECORDER. OF- WXJITED — LYRE BACK DINING 
fart; CCM. Charger 2^ta«ed ttaa- room chain, any coogttJoi. Rra- 

Mrate a£r 1 *" ** " BMtebla MM 8, _ COLLIE REOBTERED. T-MDNTH Ma _„ _ _ _ . Y MA« 

----- WANTED POOL TABLE, DEEP RP-MM- _ T *_^ MAS 

PLATE MIRRORS BflXBD. V* IN. frewaa, Laxy Bay ; Beetoar. Ramcto FEMAUE REGSTEBOD WHITE SPECIALS to ChOOSe from. 
hevelled_ edgea $».« A-l Glaaa atafwil Zifllth TV. SS»-Z74T poodle pup, rauaabla «7TaS42 Don't wait come in today 

?pro wante^wnsboat toy pugs, mm o^pcd j male Easy F.M.C.C. financing on 

1 «>»>» HAULED, ANYTHING WHITE TOY POODLE PUPPIES ““ !' Xlt * SC,iioBS - Up * 48 

a. A '»ss?JB* ** 3a ^ M> - 4TM1U. puppies mont ha to pay on new 

Open Saturday* REFRIGERATOBS AND FREEZERS yog Taaay ciaiawnw w. „ r vehicle*. 

LONELY OLD~FASHIONED OAK ^** >t __poteg Kltiate. $15. <71-7277 


rx and $2 5- SS-1875 

III.ACS HALF SIAMESE g ITTEMB. 
1 male, 1 to male, $5, 38Xto0fc 

KITTENS 

tssaae 


blue to oolour. _ g l.rcol, clue coup, mms XTT. i 

XMAS ahowroom cnndKior. i*« Plymouth, x-i mechani- to m ran btt-bm nines. » a 1 a n 

XMAS SPECIAL $1466 51295 “ f ' "° nJ,L a falcon s automatic ^dr Ony«ler’t 5-yr., 

_ - - 7 _ —_— _ *7® Cotwood Motor*, 478-18*4. mile warranty. 

- CTTMHFAM Minx Lrtoor i^ KAN w" S '» VAUXHALL WAGONr Ufa Stock No. 4319, 

1965 SLNBEAM Minx 4-door m «g oTtoeo mSoWSm Colwood Hotel, S7S18M. YOUR PRICE 

1961 VANGUARD sedan, fully outfitted for bargain. » olds rocket ra 'la ford galaxie vs sedan. rvyrv^p n - r t 

Indoor sedan. 4 cylinder winter driving. $1095 Good running order. What offer*’ $796 Colwood Motor*. 478-1834. , uarl , 

itandard Extra clean _-- Lev under m chev impala. hardtop, big 6 

stanaara. Lxira ciean ideal ladies car ..king *sot anans matic, custom 

rtJla-SS,*. ras 1964 VAl ?? IAI f-. luUy , r ssssyMWf'aias ■ ™<*** **«*"*»>■ ™ 

| XMASSPEOALjaas cojrflUonad fo r winter Ctey.ler. 5-y, 

_ driving. $K5 throogbout *am hmhi Sunday, or T* 1 *- HUNS WILL - *** mile warranty. 

even toga. ___ . . . __ 5300 n y| eg> 

“ ° r • X MAS 1962 TRIUMPH hardtop with Mtoc Y ’ 3 .StoS.0c. “o££25 iSrrM^’SStt^v. Stock No. 43I4A 

SPECIALS to choose from. radio. Excellent trans- eorouttan. mmsbi, after«p.m. mazda station wagon YOUR PRICE 

Don’t wait, come in today portatkm for the young ** volvo 4 speed. 3 carbuh- m um mil in-ass, after t _ nonr.F nart 

Easy F.M.C.C. financing on ttf' itStm hSS P “ M »« Plymouth, good coif- 1969 

the spat decisions. Up to 48 * 5595 ^ har ^°P' bl f 6 

__ IM* CAMARO S80, 4-SPEED. ,ran voivwiora trwwv nm IDlttC. CUStom 


matic, custom radio, 
whitewalls. Only 9700 
miles. Balance of 
Chryaler’s 5-yr., 50,000- 
mile warranty. 

Stock No. 4319A 
YOUR PRICE $2495 
1969 DODGE Dart Tudor 
hardtop, big 6, auto¬ 
matic, custom radio, 
whitewalls. Balance of 
Chrysler's 5-yr., 50,000- 
mile warranty. Only 
9300 miles. 

Stock No. 4314A 
YOUR PRICE $2495 


LONELY OLD FASHIONED OAK —==■ -1 -— . - 

rocker, beautifalliy rruptiolttarad. WANTED: PEDAL CAR OR 
140; alao 2 ting!* raattrggaea and 1 tractor. HSttU. 

-ROLLTOP DESK, HALL STAND 

SEASON'S GREETINGS old dock, rocker. SSMUS 
to all our friendt and cuetomert. jldh-' „ - 1 


MALTESE PUPPIES 

4TB ass* 

TOY FOX TERRIOB PUPPIES. 
868-5308. 


Tlllicura Furniture and Appltencea, AJ,D WKIGHT PERSIAN KITTENS. PEKINGESE 

Tllllram and Craigfloaaer SM ITH lining Sit 3*1-4915._ pup. for Xmaa. 743-27® 


BOUND OAK TABLE, OAK PIL- 1 9IM \&S£Z CR “ 

lar. plant Itand and other frurdtt-1__ 5 8 2 703 8._ 

Inga. All re flnla had Flrat affera WANTED — SECOND4UITD SUMP 
accepted. Dutirao 748-80®. : pump. 184-45*1 


I R I IH SETTER PUPS, 
mantta. regiaterod. 8E8-BM7 


anwpted Dunea m^SdO® WARTm-KDORMAIfD SUMP CRD. PUPP^$2 AND SI 

» C l b^ L .nd“ I ra ! I,2 00 S.d^“" WMjra.WQGHTdOTRG SET. AJJET^AIJAN ARP CADt ^ PU P 

cheat, I aata French Imported ?”"* ---- —* >"■*» 

cryatal wlna glaaa*a BSB-IMai |4 SWAPS CROSS IRISH SETTER PUPPIES 

U • mr ps mp u jqgn QTTilPQDMC ~~——----- t 

Sear. 8Uv.rtm-.2F' ertor T V., am *■ MO^TO^E,REOOTERED GEH1AAR S1E?. 

^*— n !!S"KliS. n, rt!i s 2.CteWii2i 

and rralto. $25(1 4T1-WB- oortedered aa full or put trade. 858- j male KITTEN - AFFECTION 

LONG UNPLANED USED LUM- _ lii jll MI Igtt 

ber. Ixli 2x1, 2x1: 2x4; lifff r a nv Q imn O t T T t* tr I ryot Z — -r rr " , r 


Hurry to 

SUBURBAN 

Wide open ’til 10 p.m. 
388-6131 


SELECT HARDTOPS 
tW Barracuda Super Sports, 340 V-8. 
'88 Impala VS, 2 door au luma tic. 

*6 Impala Super Sport, 4 on floor. 
*2 t Bird. Ilk* new, many extrai. 


SEE one of our MERRY 
MEN for YOUR MERRY 
DEAL. 

BRITISH CAR CENTRE 
(Div. of Peter Pollen Ford) 


rZZ. nr Irator ’«« VOLKSWAGEN. VERY OOOD 

»“». to $Tm l ^tioc^ja-DTt_ 

1*82 CHEV. CONVERTIBLE,"asi V4I 

autematic. ps. PB. 78,ooe mi imk> eagkm __ 

o r beat 5 *2-8487. ’59 LINCOLN PREMERE. OPEN 

82 COMET AUTOMATIC, *5SS, te ___ 

re bull! motor. Colwood Motor*. 47k- » OLDS It EXCELLENT CON 

104 dldra. gn-Mi. 


' . ' 7*« SUNBEAM IMP- 2ABW 1869 CORTINA GT.. 3.010 MILES. 

Yates at Quadra 384-5555 mile,. new trarimlaatm. Ideal radio, extra*. $3,451 477-6*47 

if rend car, $886 Arm. 47T-2S0B. ----—- 

--- - -- - ’81 AMERICAN GTO. $850 01 

*3 CHEV CONVERTIBLE. 281, I trade tar Vrtlrawagro MM237 

nr ,. apeed atlck. New tronamteaton. new —- - -- 

BEACON tiro*. Good motor. Often. 47MII72 IBM CHEV. 3-DR HT. STANDARD 


BEACON 

CAR AND TRAILER 
SALES LTD. 

2360 Beacon Avenue, Sidney 


11*4 PONTIAC. AUTOMATIC, 
power ateerlng, B earefte owner, 
r.175. 384-4023 


IBM CBEV. 3-DR HT. STANDARD 
383-1546, 477-1656 after I p.m. 

56 TANIIS WAOON^ llCNS WELL 
Muat aelt. $75. 384-7134. 


ANGLIA. GOOD CONDITION TAKE OVER PAYMENTS 


'62 Ford Ranchwaeon V-8 RgCTntJ y tuned ***•-"** *■- _[ •zz . 'zrrr'- 

auto PS MraaMwSww 91 RAMBLER. STANDARD, IMS AtWTIN A-» EXCELLENT 

auto., f'.S. MUSI oe seen $895 overdrive, radio, $100 858-8262. ahape. 3B4-7affl after 8 


good re|K,aaeaaed ran Jim, 3854X81. 


oonttderod aa tuU Of part tada. BBS- i MALE KITTEN, AFFECTION- A ‘ I U C “' l L’!£L ^L ,y „ n ^ Dcln « 

■m. 1 aln B IgLMM HOUMl OQ UOWit. O&i rUKJOrB. 


Ameriran fhe 1^; M ^ «" “ I «- J^MALK PUPPIES $> EACH. V °!;raS K[ L,i 5, L 1 ^ UT 2; 

toilet, basin. 388-Mas m'laaga want rrarwr TV or amall ( nw* taft tor Xmaa mmn\ (matte atlck ahtfl, with radio andf." BUICK. *11 


19*8 VOLKS DE LUXE. RADIO. 18® TRIUMPH HERALD |BB0. StO- 
Beat offer 382 S8Q3. «■ 


Nice gift far Xmaa. 47MS71. 


r CAIRN SSfTbJS 

f^2L roIta«L ,l |IS| T 3l2-«m; JUST IN TIME FOR XMAB~~ CHRISTMAS I 


9.000 mile a. perfect 1385-4878 after 5 p.m. 
.OH odder warranty tu mirror ejwwi 


$W0 OR BEST OFFER. 11*S4 VOLKSWAGEN. EXCELLENT I 


EARMANN GHIA. ltd 
-•8-2111 


WHITE RABY CRIB, $15 
IdlUl 


FXJR SALE OR TRADS. 21 IN TV. _ 
I perfect rendition, for typewriter or I El 


Brag la pupplea flHW 


CHRISTMAS BARGAIN, IBM PON 
tiae Parialanaa 4-door hardtop. 2- 
lonr. fully automatic, alight bodv 


• a H I". _ co raHtfrta, $860. BMOI _'_ ■6-2LU _ 

3-DOOK, TESTED MW. USB BUICK; 3«0 MORRIS « CH E V tttPAlA SUPER 
Minor 388-TB9. 9 *” r( Houaton Motor*, 851 Pandora 


® STTUDE LARK SEDAN $4R 
Clean Colwood Moton. 478-1S24 


'*5 CHEVY 0, 8 STANDARD, ttlSB. 1868 BUICK CONVERTIBLE. NEW I 
2 LI-1540 Harrtam 1«t atlckef. $401 3S-I8B4 


'i^rta j*££°k » zzis:-itsp'+”* iuszjssp 1 * ** • 


m»tic, custom radio, 
whitewsdls. Balance of 
Chrysler’s 5-yr., 50,000- 
mile warranty. Ortly 
9300 miles. 

Stock No. 4315A 
YOUR PRICE $249$ 


Remember; 
When you buy at 
NATIONAL 
You DON'T pay 


NATIONAL 

CHRYSLER - DODGE 


819 Yates 8t. 


matic, radio, ’nils 
ideal ear 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 

1969 PLYMOUTH Fury m 2- 
door hardtop. Com¬ 
pletely 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 far 
the young family, 
$995 


PETER POLLEN 


1060 Yates St. 


Open until 9 p.m. 


I food «hape. «Ti- IfTl. 


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\ 


CARS FOR SALE 


BRIAN HOLLY MOTORS 


SAVE!SAVE!SAVE! 

3 only 

BRAND NEW 
1969 VOLVOS 

We have never before 
offered these fine cars at 
sale prices. 

They are factory fresh and 
carry full new car warranty. 

SAVE JlOOs — but hurry 
they won't last long. 

Sale ends Dec. 22 

1 only 

"142" 2-door sedan 
4-*P*ed transmission 

1 only 

"142'’ 2-door sedan 
automatic transmission 

1 only 

"144” 4-door sedan 
automatic transmission 


HIGHEST TRADES 
TAILORED TERMS 
NO DOWN PAYMENT 
(to approved credit) 

BRIAN HOLLEY 
3319 Douglas 
384-3221 


CARS FOR SALE 


EMPRESS 


PONTIAC 


2867 Douglas St. 


. Convenient G.M.A.C. 
BUDGET BUYING 
No Payments ’Til the 
End of January, 1970 

1969 VIVA 4-door sedan. 
De luxe model. Grey. 
New Price $2281. 

NOW $1881 


tally (SolaniaL Victorio, B.C., Saturday, Dec. 20, 1969 


100 CARS FOR SALE 

HORWOOD 

for' 

MAZDA 

’62 VALIANT 4-door 

sedan $495 

63 MORRIS "llOO” econ¬ 
omical transporta¬ 
tion $595 

‘65 CHEV Bel Air Sedan, 
automatic, V-8. 

Radio $1395 

’65 VAUXHALL Viva, de 
luxe, 21,000 miles $995 

’62 CHEVY Nova, sports 
coupe, automatic. 

Very clean $845 

'65 AUSTIN 1800 $1195 

'65 CHRYSLER $1895 


CARS FOR SALE 


ENSIGN 


CARS FOR SALE 


ENSiGN 


CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH 


UNDER THE 
"BIG SIGN” 


930 YATES STREET 


Buy Now With 
PROTECT-A-MATIC 
No Down Payment! 
Get Extra Xmas Cash! 


UNDER THE 
"BIG SIGN” 

930 YATES STREET 

Buy Now With 
PROTECT-A-MATIC 
No Down Payment! 
Get Extra Xmas Cash! 


a CARS FOR SALE 

1966 FORD XL 

2-door hardtop. There’s 
probably not a bettor 
one to be had anywhere. 
1 owner carefully main¬ 
tained and as new inside 
and out. Big 390 V-8, 
automatic, custom radio, 
power steering, power 
brakes, bucket seats, 
console shift. Was $2595. 
YOU SAVE $300 

SPECIAL $2295 

BRIAN HOLLEY 
3319 Douglas St. 
384-3221 


112 CARS AND TRUCKS 
WANTED 


CCCCCCCCCCCC- - - - -- 

Ir-nnnr-r'rnrnrr sbixiwg? casb OR consign 
LCCCLCLLLLCL see ARTS •car SALES. BURN- 

SEX AT HARRIET T JB3-I1 T12 

1970 CHEVROLET wanted to but-, compact 
14-Ton Pickup Prto « *• •* 

Stock No. 3803—Demon- .-. n y, ■ , 
strator. V-8, 3-speed, terabiy mn msiosb. 


1970 CHEVROLET 
14-Ton Pickup 


113 TRAILERS. MOilLE 
HOMES, TRAILER RAWS 


BOB'S TRAILERS 


strator. V-8, 3-speed, mi 
automatic transmission, j 
power steering, heavy- | 

duty front and rear_ 

springs, step bumper, 
radio, stabilizer bar, 
custom moldings >p] 

Reg. retail $4213 

NOW $3590 


Payment Consolidation! Payment Consolidation! 


Sickness and Accident 
Payment Protection! 


Sickness and Accident I--— 


Payment Protection! 


» CHEV.. 2*5 WITH 350 CAM 
■iktos SJTS AIM Worth Rd 


■a STUCK EXCELLENT SHAPE 
Offer*. <79-3438. 


SI VOLKSWAGEN. HEW PAINT 
new robber, (850. <79-1980 

NASH METRO. BURNING CONDI 
ttoB 389408. 


1969 BUICK Wildcat ,4-door ___ _ . new robbe r, tea 479-198 0_ 

hardtop, automatic, ra- 52 R0VER 75 • ° fle - -“ xash rdiwing rowi 

dlo, power steering. owner ' 0n, y ^445 - - tk^jwaoa- 

power brakes. Metallic SP0RTS CARS “ 101 SMRT^SS ** 

Green. $4295 sports CARS 

11969 PONTIAC 2-door Paris ’« FORD Falcon convert- 69 PLYMOUTH Satellite 2- jS» M mi ™ 


CORNELL 

CHEVROLET 

OLDSMOBILE 

LTD. 

3050 DOUGLAS STREET 
Thru to BURNSIDE 
(Opp. Mayfair) 
385-5777 

Open ’Til 9 p.m. 


101 FOREIGN IMPORT AND .. . . ^ 

SFORTS CARS CCCCCCCCCCCC CLEARANCE 

197D MG BUDGET LOT C.C. ONLY CCCCCCCCCCCC Full ran#* brand new 


KNIGHT-TED’S home 

ssion, n 3 TRAILERS. MOBIL* L j??5StHS^ 

M0MK - T,AIL » ,A,la MOb“ hOmL 

m ?Z S. J. PEDEN LTD. l?x 48’ LAMPUGHTER. 
°" r ’ Meet this for value at $7,394 

TRUCK CANOPY TOPS get up 

$4213 FROM $280 

$3590 I2’x52' LAMPLIGHTER 1- 

SPECLAL bedroom Spanish decor, set 

, m Cab HI. PAM TOP with blue __, -- 

♦ 7T3 wtoAewi ShfNiT OMr me. U P at ”' W5 ' 

CHRISTMAS GIFT 12’x56’ CHRISTMAS 

SUGGESTIONS SPECIAL See this for value 

Gift* tor the camper and trailer $8,996. 

owner or brtlder wwrk IlgWer 3 ___ . 

hr hot aw, iMfa. ice (Swa t ■ noc 12 x60 2-bedrcxan with tipout 
uSl' wto t£i£». p, w5? Jiving room extension . 

SET decor ’ Bet up 11 

rr^rron, DH Z Air drtiimWJlfV* JI0 t 750. 

fender vrait trailer mirror*. for 

ow Mwriay tor oa»r g« Ueaa. KNinHT-^nld rait t Rjif 1 


CHRISTMAS GIFT 
SUGGESTIONS 


KNIGHT—Sold out! But 3 
new models here real soon. 

TED’S HOME —12'x60’, 


_ wheels, radio. Excellent 

Fully equipped condition. $1995 

with V-8, automatic 

transmission, power '65 MGB, wire wheels, 
steering and brakes, radio, new tires $1495 

radio. L ° w mil X '67 AUSTIN H«l«r Sprit,. 


’67 AUSTIN Healey Sprite, 
low mileage $1645 


ible, V-8, automatic, cus¬ 
tom radio. 

SALE PRICE $795 
No down payment 
30 payments of $36 


Door HardtOD V-8 SUtn- SUS** ^ °“ n ™- CHEV; 19S5 FORD; 1964 

V 7' autfr 1™ Hdaec anbe R.R. a. Graadvtaw Ford: 1989 Jem VS I W.D.; Bronco 

matlc, power steering, B d ■ Port sauna. % _ -ge w.gn».r v,, automatic- nods* 

vinyl roof, radio. aa hce completely over 

Coat New $4200 gS""- *“» or w «- ££$£. V,< * Qrt * J “ p ’ H “ , “ e “ 

SALE PRICE 


_ VANGUARD camper- and traflen i,,-, 0 - 

1964 at low low pri«« buy now and “ *»4 , 2 or 3-bedroo*n. See 
onco "V* hetora prlca Inc-reaie In 1170 these first line by Northwest 


1969 PONTIAC Convertible, '65 AUSTIN Healey "3000,’ 


V-8, automatic, radio, 
power steering, power 
brakes. 

Autumn gold $3895 

1969 PONTIAC 4-door Pari- 
sieraie. Fully equipped 
with V-8, automatic 
transmission, power 
steering and brakes, 
radio. Low mileage. 
Autumn gold. $3295 


wire wheels, over¬ 
drive $1995 


•57 MARI vn JAGUAR, AUTt> 1“ WI ™ 

matk.. good amdlttoo. new tire* * < * um 5 ”■ S, P" d 

*83-8109 GEORGS ENG TROT! SALES 

^ AUSTIN 1801 ~ MKTIC^ ™ ”1 ^ _ 

lourty maintained. New FMU Urea. IMS DATSUN PICKUP, 40.008 
31700 . 59*7728. mile*. 192-7683. 


< w D * Bronco Bavi hetor* prlca Increase In 1170 
-6 automatic: Dodge 

Qiev 4*4 leenRcr ...... . 

iria Jeep, HISilde at BUILD 

_ A CAMPER, TRAILER OR 

Tuor |p a vr v u CANOPY TOP 

Part* and Pm rtooked 

~ BindPERS AND APPLIANCES 

IG TRUCK SALES INSTALLED — REPAIRS 


design, $11,975. $12,985 com¬ 
plete, set up. 

Spaces a va liable all mobile 
homes. 


. Rq Mtrnnmv Mnni.™* <_ 6® PLYMOUTH Belvedere ’■» mgb gt coupe.” onl*4ooo Volkswagen van best 
$1995 MERCURY Monterey 4- v « .. . mile* a* new. «W CnAriud ra.h offer. 383 257*. 


S. J. PEDEN LTD. I 
2855 Queanel St. 386-3464 386-3623 


More to Choose From 

ALL 1970 MAZDA MODELS 
NOW IN STOCK 

Including the 
"1200” STATION WAGON 

810 JOHNSON STREET 


door sedan, V-8, stand¬ 
ard. 

SALE PRICE $995 
No down payment 
30 payments of $41 


Station Wagon. V-8, auto- Mm* IfS-uoT’ * — J_ 

m ^ C ’ £ CnV r r steerin «' isn AUSTIN HIALY aw ggK it CrtwoodMrtnrrm-iSM * L *' M5 HURRY HURRY—HURRY TOTALLY NEW CONCEPT 


radio, wheel cavers. 
Cost New $4150 

SALE PRICE $3555 


at 477* Bracken Street (off north | 
end of Borden). 


107 PARTS, ACCESSORIES 


U £*S W *a677^ K OUR NEW LOCATION I 

-— TrrT: -_2130 Blanahard Street 

■«7 AUSTIN COOPER, O40D Tour Car*a •■Heart" ta tha 

-__ . BATTERY 

•a TRB. SELLING PRKSC, 3WE 381- For a atrong, aure Mart every Om* 

GET an "ACME” 


•37 AUSTIN COOPER. 31400 

1E-9DII 


’63 PONTIAC Laurentian 4- ‘69 PLYMOUTH 


VOLKSWAGEN 
Your Newest 
Volkswagen Dealer 

1968 MG MIDGET con¬ 
vertible, radio, 1 own¬ 
er $1895 


1966 CHEVROLET Bel Air 4- 
Door Sedan. 6-cylinder, 
automatic, power steer¬ 
ing, power brakes, 
radio. 

White. $1995 


19968 PONTIAC station 

wagon, V-8, automatic. 1968 CHEVROLET Impala 4- 
*- door $2495 door sedan. V-8, radio, 

3967 PONTIAC 2 plus 2, 2- J ?- 000 mi,es - » 

door hardtop $2495 Green. $2495 

1966 PLYMOUTH Belvedere 1968 CAMARO 2-door hard- 
2-door hardtop, 24,000- top, V-8, automatic, ra- 
mile, 1 owner $2295 dio. Blue. $2695 

1966 BUICK Special 2-door, 1963 CHEVY II sedan. 

full power, 1 owner. White. $895 

26,000 miles $2395 

1966 JEEP Wagoneer 4-door, 1966 ?° RD *’?' 0 r,ane 4 4 ' D ™ r 


PPPPPPPPPPP 

JPPPPPPPPPPP 

PLIMLEY 
Since 1893 

The NAME is YOUR 
GUARANTEE! 

4 ONLY 

1969 RAMBLERS LEFT 
Make a Deal for 
Christmas 


HERE NOW 
the A11 New 
ROVER “3500-S” V-8~ 


door sedan, V-8, auto¬ 
matic, custom radio. 
SALE PRICE $1195 
No down payment 
36 payments of $42 


Door Sedan. 


Cost New 
SALE PRICE 


WESTERN OK TlrtE STORE 

2M Dougin Street 
(I* hit eooth of Meylalrl 
HS-31S1 

WINTER TtRE SALE 


LOWEST PRICES 
IN TOWN 

Delivered mod lmtalled 
FRANCIS BATTERY ft 
TIRES LTD. 

Retreading Stwelaltxbi 


. .. _ _ RINGS, BEARINGS. GASKETS. EX 

l ZZ?*??' J?**- F 32 J" - * for 323.43 change brake iboe*. drum tondni, 
| 2 8B*1 4. Reg. 337.90 pr. 2 for 3 93-32 pin ruling valve xnactUrJng. 
EXCHANGE — FULL WARRANTY CORDS PISTON RINGS 

_ at 834 Johnann 3L — *04011 


63 BUICK Le Sabre 2-door '69 BARRACUDA Fastback 


hardtop, V-8, automatic, 
power steering, power 
brakes. 

SALE PRICE $1395 
No down payment 
36 payments of $49 


Coupe. Bucket seats, 
automatic, whitewalls, 
wheel covers. 


WINTER WHEELS MOUNTED 
POPULAR MAKES . . . |5.9S 


Other rbM at almOar saving 
Budget Term* 


ISLAND MUFFLER SALES 
SERVICE MFC. LTD 
HILTON HY-PER-LUBE 
THE RACERS' OIOICE 
Bumilde at Douglas - S8S-70S3 


Cost New 
SALE PRICE 


SNOW TTRF's »'«1 ZEPHYR ZODIAC PARTS; 

„ ^ aim -49--51 Ford and Meteor part. 

B.F. Goodrich. Sun end *82-30*4. _ 

Snow. Sizes 775.14—774.15. iwb - imq Volkswagen 


S3800 snow. Sizes 775.14—774.15. i** - utu Volkswagen 
J 3295 To Clear at. $21.95 ea. , £Z m * mton ** •* ■* 


ONLY A FEW 
DAYS LEFT 
TO ENTER 
“TRAVEL AIRES” 

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 The 

"Win an Olds Contest" 
SPECIAL PRICES NOW 
ON USED STOCK 


rN TRAVEL TRAILERS 

Light. lU'eamUned, the ultimata 
In dralpi. ronMrt and Wirahlllty 
Priced well Mow the standard 
travel trailer All hagulrte* to 
Rn« IK. Saakatoor. fl»* 

VOLKSWAGEN "CAMPSE " 
IMS European model ruMcan 
Ualahed. 1 alkUng door* eteetrlcal 
outlet, radio. 2 apare Ore* l-maath 
warranty left on re-bullt engine. 
Must anil - Private. wTiat 
nffenr VW-7M4 

LARGE, MOBILE HOME LOTH 
natural attire, fully * e r vlced 130 
per month. Highway Pablle oewan 
bearh Parttnvllle Trailer Park, 

I RR L ParkavUl*. B.C. Pbona 34*- 


STRAP-ON fTTATNS WRECKING 87 CHEVKLLK 38WM. 

SlKAF-CnN UHALNb t-epeed Poeltraotloo. Mlscrtlaneooi 

Package of 1 pair $3.99 384-asM 


1 owner 


Sedan. V-8, automatic, 
power steering. 

White. $1795 


1965 SPITFIRE convertible White. $1795 

exceptionally clean, 

radio $1295 1967 PONTIAC Strata Chief, 

2-door sedan, 6 cylinder 

1964 VOLKSWAGEN. radio ’ l 

Squareback station Whlte $1895 

wagon, «un roof $1495 


75 Choice 
Used Cars 
ON-THE-BLOCK! 


Come In and Browse 


64 CHEVY II 4-door sedan, 
6 cylinder, automa- 


ENSIGN 


SAL^mST’ r « CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH 


D. ft D. TIRE LTD. 

1600 Blanshard St. 
382-7283 

UNIROYAL DEEP-LUG SNOW 


' ” runmuiw. jnwnujirmi .nn n, xrrMir l 

interior 384-tfiSg _ SEE IT NOW! 

58 PONTIAC PARTS, V-8 MOTOR. ... „ o-.. MPKR Jun ,. r 
retadlt automatic tranm4a*lon, aiu SCAMPER Junior 


DOGWOOD TRAILER SALES 
. PARTS — PROPANE — RENTALS 
TRAILERS — 47MBU — CAMPERS 
Highway No, 1 and MMUlraam Rd. 

WANTED: SPACE TO PARE 
*ma!I trnUer in town Bathroom 
far lltlle. needed. Willing to pay 
rent. 382-3207. 

SHORT BOX PICKUP CAMPER. 
382-1873 after 3 p an. 


11? TOUt 151 

ACCOMMODATION 

ALL COMFORT FOR - ELDERLY 
couple la p rival* bom* Re* am 
able 3834534. 

no ROOM AND BOARD 


MECHANICS TOOLS 3U«; '54 1 

Chev itandard tranamlailon with —SLEEPS 3 


overdrive. 325 382 8804 eve* 


MOTOR HOME MIDDLE-AGED ENGLISH COUPLE 

moiuruumb. I oJ |y r mj dance lor ladv or 

In onratartahl# home cm 
contained I waltrfrei ,t. 2 minute* Ox* St 


1963 PORSCHE super ”90”. 
recent engine over¬ 
haul $2895 

Complete line of 
new and used 
VOLKSWAGENS in 
stock 

Immediate delivery 

3329 DOUGLAS ST. 
Open 9 ’til 9 
388-5466 

1968 OLDSMOBILE 
CUTLASS Supreme 


1962 PONTIAC Laurentian 2- 
door hardtop, V-8, auto¬ 
matic, radio. 

Black. $695 

1963 PONTIAC 4-door sedan. 
Automatic, power steer¬ 
ing, radio. Green. $1095 

1962 CHRYSLER ied«k 


Exclusive Dealer for: 
AUSTIN — RAMBLER 
JAGUAR — ROVER 
LAND ROVER 
TRIUMPH — MGB 
Sport Cqra 

PLIMLEY 

382-9121 1010 Yates 

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No down payment 
30 payments of $40 


65 CHEVROLET Biscayne 
4-door sedan, automatic, 
power steering, radio. 
SALE PRICE $1695 
No down payment 
36 payments of $62 


tiro*. 788*17. 3 ply. Uk* n«w, IN. WRECKING 3d BUICK 4-DOOR 
! «-42D_Mdan. All part, or who)*. Apt. 23, 


UNDER THE 
"BIG SIGN” 

930 YATES STREET 


Open Weekdays ’til 9 


4 CENTURATA TIRES. MOUNTED 


Larry. 388-7138 


YOU NAME EM 
WE'VE GOT 'EM! 

1963 CatMHic Brougham, 13.MO ml. 
1867 Alpine rondater. a* new! 

1966 Grand* Pmririrane, lime. 

1666 Mustang H T Sharp! 

1966 Hnndg rondater, vary *onnoml 
cai 

1983 Impala convert. 327 V-8 


Automatic, radio, power R PPPPPPPPPP’65 DODGE Polara 4 - door I ^ ^' n ^ 0 mU “ 


steering, power brakes. 
Maroon. $1095 

1966 CHEVROLET Impala 
super sport convertible. 
Automatic, radio, power 
steering, power brakes. 
Blue. $2095 


sedan, 6 cylinder, stand- ism impala 2 -dr ht sag, v i 32.000 

1 owner ml. 

ara ' 1958 Ford Falrien* 2-dr. HT. 1 

SALE PRICE $1395 19S7 ^ 

No down Payment « % v1“^h, 33,000 

36 payments Of $49 I artual I-owner mile*. Cross’! 


2-door hardtop. This car steering, power brakes, 

is in superb condition Blue. $2095 

and will appeal to lovers 

of quality. Sporty and 1966 OLDS "88” 4-door hard- 


USED CAR 


TN« car I* lirmur.! 

1955 Nomad V-8 ltd. New motor «tc 


compact and beautifully 
finished. Equipped with 
V-8, automatic, custom 
radio, powei* steering, 
power brakes, vinyl 
sports roof. Bucket 1 
seats, console shift and 
brand new tires. 

Special $3295 

BRIAN HOLLEY 
3319 Douglas 
384-3221 


top. Automatic, radio, 
power steering and 
brakes. Green $2295 


COMPACTS 

1966 VOLKSWAGEN "1300”. 
Blue. $1095 

19^f CORTINA G.T. with 
radio. Blue $1495 


„. r?r _ SPECIALS: 

aAL,c * 1*62 A rat mi fl auto 

'65 PONTIAC Parisienne 2- if£ £2,^ a *™ to ** 
CONTINUES door hardtop, V-8, auto- , ,B$*8?v!«2& 
matic, power steering, 1957 o3"4-dr. ■*" 


REDUCED 


$200 to $300 


custom radio. 

SALE PRICE $1695 
No down payment 
36 payments of $60 


Many more to choose 
from! 

No down payment. 

Tyee Motors, 950 Yates 
386-8034 


on wheel* tor Triumph Spam c*r. 1958 METROPOLITAN FOR PARTS 
*•1 or complete. 325 '58 Chev., 

2 SNOW TTREL 8~ 25X34. IJ3ED I dtro P wnl*.lon. 318 478 -310! 

month* only. *ell tor OR or trod* FORD, ALL SYNCROMESH 3- 
t nr 45008 <79 5945_*pee<i WannnMWan nWtti Hunt «B 

2 W.W. 735X14 SNOW TIRES. |25 _ _ .. _ 

478-1SD1 *ve* 1954 AUSTIN, ENGINE AND BODY 

104 TRUCKS' ta Sttudrimpe. only po. K4-1D66 

_ VOLKSWAGENS. ALL TEARS 

motor*, body part*, etc. 383-4742. 

ENSIGN LANGFORD AUTO WRECKERS 

CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH lnM COLDSTREAM 478 2 -9 
FIBREGLASS HARDTOP FOR 
M.G. Midget. Offer* 382-2569. 

FARGO TRUCK u mg Midget tnr p*m 

CENTER _ 652 220 _ 

1954 FORD FOR PARTS 

YATES at COOK _»»« » 

1954 1X3RD PAlRTTB 

_ 382-lflBS 

- 2 REVERSE" MAGS - FITS PON 

tlac. 345. 3K3-0506. 

MOTOR - FQR~NASH METROPOLI 

•69 FARGO D200 ■*■* __ 

%-Ton Pickup 101 AUTO REPAIRS 

V-8, 4-speed, 17” wheels with SERVICE AND TOWING 

8-ply tires. VOLKSWAGEN PARTS 

SALE PRICE and Repair* 

....i-v, available at 

4- i2UU BAVARIAN AUTO LTD 

i No Down Payment Sort, and Harald _ MUMS 

DOWMAN S SERVICE 

I — 724 Johnann St. 3R3-14U 

Expert Aatn Engine Repair* 
Eaiy Term* 

- TRANSWLLL AUTOMATIC TRANS 

minion apertallati. 384-38SL Rebuilt 

’69 FARGO A100 t^Supi'SSro'Sijs ‘ rom *®“ ; 


‘l^^en ah0 *^ n JSue rt to™« Ln *« T ' <**'***'■ «v*ry ebm'- 

SKiSto *** Ph “« ■*“ «' 

carpet 12 volt water- - - . 

rompreaaor WANTED - ROOM AND BOARD 

for lady. Artl-e. View Royal. 

—ONE ton Ford chaeil* . . 390 Crolgflower or Gorp* dlatrhH. ■■- 

eu Inch anglne . . P-S, P-H with M72. 

Motomttc (rananMar H ub i . . - — 

JESTumy other outrtanding ROOM AND BOARD FOR JANU- 
fwir.. ary 1. Retired gentlemen preferred. 

Cralgmyle Gueat Bouw l»M. 

PURVIS-FLACK nice room for gent, share 

TRAILER SALES LTD. * nd kl,ch “- niH 

1915 Quadra 382-3522 mxy_.AND board^ rtou pced 

- Quadra. .VO-VW 


SEAGULL AND CAVEMAN WANTED: ROOM AND BOARD 
CAMPERS fur young lady with good family. 

3O6-9705. 

Doml^ Itotoro Ltd. WORKING MAN. STNGLE OR 

•haring, after 5 weekday*, all day 
■47 8' Cavaroan Lowboy I burner Sunday MMg. 

■!. ov . f '- M J b * i 0 * box '..*! e *P «. 2 i BOARD AND ROOM FOR 1 
Furo-e*. In top condition 3995 gentleman, ahare room. Ckw* to 
„ _ . . Simpsonii-Sear*. 364-4751 

4* 8V4' Seagull Camper. 3 burner -,- 

and oven, 75 Ice box. chemical ROOM AND BOARD SUITABLE 
toilet. Mower lan, aleepi 4 11495 for 1 or 2 person*. 4?9-7*Eg 

48 Security Mountaineer, I hum ROOM AND BOARD IN PRIVATE 

er itova. Ice box. aleepa i ideal home, Man only, aa-OBP. _ 

tor H ton pickup. 3995 noon Rnnu nrunn 


Dtviaon of 

Dominion Muton Ltd. 


1957 Chev. Bet Air, new V-8 imtor. 'fiq VARfUl r»ftfl 

1957 Ford 2-dr HT, V-8 aid “ * AKl ^ LKUU 

1958 Chev Bel Air V-8, auto. S3.QM %-Too Pickup 

actual 1-owner mile*. Croxy! . , ... 

1*68 Meteor 2 V-8 atd. Aim 1 owner V-8, 4-Spe«J. 17 wheels With 


8-ply tires. 

SALE PRICE 
$3200 

No Down Payment 


*69 FARGO AIM 
Compact Van 


r . , f ' _ , KAR RARE 

Long wheel base. V-8 motor, Undercoat for protection agalnat 

automatic, heavy duty 3*2-0112 


THREE POINT MOTORS 


'66 VALIANT Custom "2M” DAVID MOTORS LTD. 


MMMMMMMMMM ‘“H 

3 VERY SPECIAL BUYS! Wflg0n ' GrWn 58951 

T® 1 ™’ VALIANT 

63 BUICK CONVT. 8edan - 5895 

Reg. $1495 $1288 

63 DODGE WAGON 1964 STUDEBAKER 2 - door 

Reg. $995 .. $588 with radio. 

NO DOWN PAYMENT, Grey $695 

ON FAST, COURTEOUS 

CREDIT APPROVAL! 1965 COMET 4-Door Sedan. 
UP TO 36 MONTHS! Cylinder. 

MAYFAIR MOTOIISI^D^ Metallic green. $1395 
736 Ckxverdale Ave., 385-4731 

MMMMMMMMMM 1954 ACADIAN 4-door sedan. 

SACRIFICE R ' u ® 1995 

•*8 Rambler JavaUn. 2 -door hard¬ 
top, 8 cytlndar, rodto, bucket acau 

•mart atyllng plu* economy. Im- - 

maculate all around. Muat aee. 

Prtvale Aaklng *2.208 or beat offer 


2620 GOVERNMENT 


at Hillside 


1963 VALIANT 2-door 

sedan. $8951 

1964 STUDEBAKER 2 - door 
with radio. 

Grey $695 

1965 COMET 4-Door Sedan. 
6-cylinder. 

Metallic green. $1395 


2-door hardtop, automa ]W g international -laoB" carry 
tic, radio. All. Very luw mileage. 318S5 

SALE PRICE $1595 iisg Volkswagen "ivnr- sedan. 
No down payment Hjdla A -e- •* Dr,e * • ua 

36 payments of $57 '** volvo 122 a sedan, very 

clean. 30 m.p.g. and perfor¬ 
mance too. 31495 


springs. 

SALE PRICE 
$3238 

No Down Payment" 


2867 DOUGLAS STREET 
DRIVE IN OFF TOPAZ 


1964“ VOLVO 

P-"544” sports. Here’s an 


TOYOTOLANDTOYOTA 

THAT’S 

SAUNDERS ft HITCHMAN 
for 

TOYOTA CORONA 

CORONA Mark H 
CROWN 
CORO LLA 
SPRINTER 

And Cared-For Used Cars 

SAUNDERS ft HITCHMAN 
Sales ft Service Ltd. 

2040 Cadboro Bay Rd. 
at Foul Bay Rd. 
592-2471 

TOYOTOLANDTOYOTA 

1968 FIAT 
"124” SEDAN 


•66 PLYMOUTH Belvedere! 
4-door sedan, automatic, 
custom radio. 

SALE PRICE $1995 
No down payment 
36 payments of $70 


1964 PARK LANE 4-Door HacdUm 
1 A real luxury unit. 312H 

1968 DODGE Polara 4-Door Sedan. 


nSs ’» FARGO DIM 
14-Ton Pickup 

'ozfc j Long box. Automatio trana- 


OLD CARS TOWED AWAY. MOST 
American carl If complete 35, 
oihera sin 478-1344 anytime 

CITY BRAKE AND WHEEL 
Have your brake* checked today 

IKtll Blamhard Slreet 384-66] i 

JUNK CARS HAULED 3 1 PAID 
for mo* large car* U complete *1 
yard. 382-M85. 

OLD CARS TOWED AWAY 
_ Itoy*. 478-4012. 

109 AUTO BODY WORK 
AND PAINTING 


DROP IN AND SEE OUR FINE 
LINE OF CAVEMAN CAMPERS 


GLENKEY 
MOBILE HOMES 
LTD. 

Park Space Available 
With Every Home! 

Hillside and Douglas 
385-2491 or 479-2792 


GORDON’S 
MOBILE SALES 
Quality Homes—Realistic 
Prices 

Island Highway— 

3 mi. S. Ladysmith 
(Westdowne Rd.) 
245-3946 


V-8, all power option* Family interior. 


mission, 8-ply tires. Custom fast, top-quality radiator 


3*7 Tbunderbird torn Landau. pnNnAriRinrv iTTi Sales ft Service Ltd. 

20.008 mile*. Heron tope. full PUN 11A--HU1LK LIU. 2040 CadbOTO Bay Rd. 

power 1981 G.T.O. 8.000 ,mllea full , n d j 

power. 1883 Che'rile conv., burke! n..„, __ev,_ Ht FOUl Bay Rd. 

aeata^S27 auto. Muat aell. offer* Hu y on uur 592-2471 

39*7 THUNdkrbird G.M.A.C. TOYOTOLANDTOYOTA 

4-door Landau, power ateering BUDGET PLAN -- 

brake*, wlndowi. l-way aeat. door 

lock*. tllt-wheaL FM radio factory 1968 FIAT 

air condlBonh*. vtayl roof, beaut!- , , . .. ... J?!? 

ful low mileage car. Private 30-day exchange privilege 124 SEDAN 

Aiklns a,8M. 388-4888 _ 

CADILLAC FOR chhibtmas y* 1 * l*owneT b^Uty has been 

fiDarkling whtte iMB ctouiar con- 30-day, 50-50 Guarantee driven only 9000 miles. Sold 
vertfbla with red leather aphoMry. __j _j „„„ 

all poww equipment, top rondlUor ®»d Serviced in OUT OWB 

O pen to often. «g-32»2 _ 382-7121 shop. There isnobetter 

3*4 corvette stingray. 327 economical and trouble free 

excellent cSdltlSf’fteUSSS ***** * th€ P r ‘ Ce 

can midi after & 2867 DOUGLAS STREET You owe it to yourself to 

■ 82 -robNeville convertible test drive this fine car. 

2lS!gJ SJ5 e a«r P »CSS*^I DfUVE lN 0FF TOPAZ SPECIAL $1795 

__ 

1957 CHEVROLET 2-DOOR AUTO-- — -1 BRIAN HOLLEY 

matic. power brake* power ateer- _ _ -o-in rv»i,wia. 

ing. iirljTgaOOO mile* Good ahape. 1964 VOLVO Douglas 

4T9-5879. _ 384-3221 

Mmm&lim P-"544” sports. Here’s an n 3 door hardtop impai^ 
n, .vii CAI re extra dean one Of these Automatic V8. radio, aeoand owoer, 

much sought after, hard to ^ 

BELBcmr or ■ m» priced find models. B-18 engine, forced sale 

S ^ ™lio, spurklta, K p 

Mo tor* 3SB-8M4 858 T«Ma quality paint job. ISSS, 9-S; S0-U18S after 5. 

'%» 1 p «T T H r s PA p ™ *»* SPECIAL $1495 black uncoln 'oohtinental. 

S27. 4 btiJ.. P S , P-B. P.W. 4 new r>H|« ea^itloMd. Vinyl mi AJ 

Paly^aa W Q. iiiidtirpB 111 . Am power optkn. KB, triffcsl (Mien 

n#w condition. tL.730. 47MT12. BRIAN HOL<LEY 

'M CH EV GOOD CONDITION 3319 Douglas St. lies nQDGK DART gt. EXCEL 

wias ln«Marted. SM2 W3dt»i*r. MI 384-3221 lanl oonddlon. 1 owner IS20O oi 


’66 COMET Capri 4rtJoor 
sedan, V-8, automatic, 
custom radio. 

SALE PRICE $1695 
No down payment 
36 payments of $62 


fun al thU price. 11199 

1983 VOLVO Wagon Hard-tivflnd 
model Tbii car fully recondl- 
tloned. ready tor whiter 81495 

3988 ENVOY Epic. Automatic. Big 
■serial angto*. 38.880 mlkto Clio' 

1MB VOLVO DD8a 
Saw* 88 W 1 no tM* like-new 3-dore 
142. Balance of new ear warranty 
lUU to aftert. 

DATSUN — VOLVO 

DAVID MOTORS 
LTD. 

1101 YATES AT COOK 

PHONE 386-6168 


SALE PRICE 
$2898 

No Down Payment 


ENSIGN 

CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH 
YATES at COOK 


PETER POLLEN FORD 

"Victoria Truck Sales 
Leader” 


repair*, body work and palatini at 
Cemail Chevrolet OtdxmohUe Ltd . 
so*] Duoglii at naltyaun. I* 5777 

112 CARS AND TRUCKS 
WANTED 

Trade Up or Down 


FORD'S CAMPER 
AND 

TRAILER SUPPLIES 

APPLIANCES — 
ACCESSORIES 
ALTERATIONS AND 
REPAIRS 

28L4 SOOCE RD. 478 5815 

10 a m. -8 pm dally 
Ctoaad Monday 

FENNELL'S 
TRAILER SUPPLIES 


GOOD ROOM AND BOARD, 
working man. 383-8988. 

iXrge room in guest house. 

Private or double. 383-7797 

ROOM AND BOARD MEM ONLY.- 
385-2753 

GOOD ROOM AND BOARD. PEN- 
iloner ooly. 3*8234 

121 ROOMS TO RINT 

BEVERLEY HOTXL APT, 724 
Yale*. 884-0811 .Special rote*, ahara 
• room, bright and cheerful new 
wing 83.50 a day. 815 a week. 
Maid lervlee. elevator, TV, lounge. 

rourteoua atari. 

WEEKLY OR MONTHLY RATES 
with hotel service Rate* with 
meala II dertred. Cotootel Ian. 370 
Government Street. 

WELL-FURNISHED BED-STITING 
mom tor 1 or 2 genii emen. *18 
Johnson, corner of Quadra. Phone 
384 SIM4. 

SINGLE. DOUBLE AND SHARING^ 
winter rutea RnnrabWla, 777 Blan- 

•hartl. SKS-90SO. 

ROOM FOR _ 2 GIRLS, OWN 
iiothronm, Shelbourne area. 845 
cacti. 477-4725 

CLEAN ROOM, KITCHEN. TVi 
Men. 592-8815. 

FURNISHED SLEEPING ROCBt, 
Johnson St 3B4-40T7. 


122 ROOMS WANTED 

WANTED: ROOM AMD SREAE- 
faet from January IS to Fktaruary 
28. near Oak Bay araa. Man. non- 
amofeer, non-dri*dter Vtcloria Praa*. 
Box 540. _ . 

123 CONVALESCIKT REST 
HOMES RRIVATf HOSPITAL 

MBMBBt OF B.C. REST HOME 
Aaaoc. Fairfield dlrirtrt, main floor. 


----- 1967 VAUXHALL Leader 

‘66 RAMBLER Ambassador 

4-door station wagon, A . 1[ >w-mjk>age. well main- v 0 j ume ga i ea backed by 
automatic. tamed import wilh radio and Canada’s finest trucks and 

SALE PRICE $2135 gauges. Would be an ideal quality %eTvice mean a 


No down payment 
36 payments of $76 


TJtts 1-owner beauty has been _ 

driven only 9000 milei. Sold 

and serviced in our own • _ 

shop. There isnobetter -gj CHEVELLE Super Sport 


economical and trouble free 
family sedan at the price- 
You owe it to yourself to 
teat drive this fine car. 

SPECIAL $1795 

BRIAN HOLLEY 
3319 Douglas 
384-3221 

a 2 DOOR RARTriTV 1 1 MPA LA 


2-door hardtop, 396 
motor, 4-speed. 

SALE PRICE $2195 
No down payment 
36 payments of $76 


car for the economy-minded better buy for you. 

family or for Jady driver or 

student. SPECIAL $1295. Light Trucks 

BRIAN HOLLEY Econolines 

3319 St Broncos 

384-3221 


SUBURBAN MOTORS 


LES or TOM 
anytime 

Good, Clean 
CARS AND TRUCKS 
WANTED 
Cash in 5 Minutes 

— PLIMLEY — 

1010 Yates St. 

WANTED — USED TANK TRUCK 
wgh a caiwrity from LS» to 3,800 
cotton* prrtenbty on * ring!* axle 
c.M.C. or Ford Chaaait. Pumping 


PARTS - PROPANE — REPAIRS Privaia. aemt-prtvato room* tor 
„ .. _ ]*dlea and mm. Hell and tray 


GALAXEE CAMPERS 

Authorised Morphy Richard* 
S*rvlr* Centra. 

6459 Pat Bay Bwy aS 2 -t 


servloe. H4tr cara. *6-SUil May 
Haven Real Hone. 


ua P., LOVING CAR* rDR HOT HSR OR 

645* Pat Bay Hwy e2-S13 Flthfr , B t amajj jrivrt* r**t Bom* 

In Fairfield, rioae to Dark* Call 
Clow*.* Friday* until and of Mr , u*rk. s»-»3A 

-—--NICE HOME," 8*341-PRIVATE OR 

FtWB FH*E FHBh: iirivatt lor l*dy Tray aervlca, 24 

Ye. wa will mow* you free to our “ p ?” l,,on • tan, 

Redder Bay Mobile Home Park 3IH1 T3B _ 

*2™ “?_J*** '» VJCtaJ* SpertaJ |1S1 MAIN FLOOR, FRIENDLY 
“"‘F “S* 11 Ftbruaey 28. home atmoaphere. Win-Bran R*«t 
Ida«i family or retirement location n ome . 383-7422 
Tti! j new waterfront part haa aJI-- 

, l f^ utl ?'._? ectric " 1 ' “?"« c 125 HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS 

tloo, tatephone, excellent aalmon _. 

flrtitng, boat moorage Only 25 TO RENT 

mini** froeii downtown Victoria- 

47UM 


874 oSSEZTAZT&Si* 1-A 

SSfiZXFT toe"lsss££i Vlct0rt *' 


Medium Trucks 


extra clean one Of these automatic va. radio leoond owner, 

I___»>*. no ™*1, mu* aeli thta week. *375. 


red taterinr. beat offer lake*. 477- 
1BS8, 9-5; SU-1D88 after 5. 

blackTincoln - OONTINENTAL 
fully air mdlttaad. Vinyl root All 
power option. 83*tki trade*! Otter* I 


1*89 DODGE DART GT EXCEL 
lent oonditlcn. i owner 18200 nr 
bart after Cal) 384-9875, after fcSB 


CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH 

UNDER THE 
"BIG SIGN” 

I 930 YATES STREET 


J. C. MOTORS L TD. 

CABS GOVT SAFETY CXli 1 It'IK 13 PETVP pry T e*m 

87 CHEVELLE H.T. V-8, at ...82494 P’tilbK WLidLIN 

67 PONTIAC Sedan. V*. at.-..818to FORD SALES LTD. 

86 PONTIAC H.T.. V-8, at 81*95 

86 BUICK H.T. at PS. IBB .»« ,, , .n> 

ss FORD V-8 aland . Jat 1060 Yates 384-1144 

■ FORD Wagon V-8 at .81*4 

M Fnwn 1 r. .i«ri ? l ** aB ' V ~* "* SS ’84 CMC 19-TON PICKUP. V8 
*4 PLYMOUTH 8 Pi 81298 automatic, radio, cuatom calx SUM 

8* DODGE 56 loo Platov V-B 811*6 «» rtha. 479-42W 

■ PONTIAC convart. V-I at... tUE m]7*R Hg* r H f v w-TnN 

*8 PONTIAC Wages VA al *12*6 L h^ reaarmiSe 

m CHEV mkr. 8 itokUrt w ’yrT' Za Viir 

S3 CHEV 8 atandard _ |H . L.TZ— _ 

837 Yates Street 2844BI » M «g- 

__ te*. not llraaaad. Beal after. <21 

SAC3UP1CE HOT OLDS D8LTA BB 1804 ____ 

SL S'? BRAND NEW PATSJN 1-TON 


Addreae replto* to the undcrMcned 
Ma tin g as*, casartt., make «**» 
dHacn and where Mtaated W. A. 
Chappetl. Memiripai Clerk. Box BSD. 
Lake Cowaohaai, B.C _ 

DOUGLAS MOTORS 
2524 Douglas Street 

We will pay caih for cars. 
Can taken on consignment. 


-84 CMC W-TCHI PICKUP. V-8 385-5443 
automatic, radio, cuatom calx SUM —— .— 
or ne«M oOrr 47B-4XN 




1*87 CHEV 14-TON 
Mde box. reasonable 


WE BUY 
CARS FOR GASH 
SPEEDWAY MOTORS 
971 YATES STREET 


------ RTTZ HOTEL 

— - MOTOR HOMES Acn “ tnm Mleway and Eaton * 

, TRUCK 

*■ is GoiSr m “E&ud “WJSTti rsjr* 

V to ™ rmT M im 

EASUCR THAN T7IA1LER1NG FOR THE DISCRIMINATING DE- 

jto. mm . . . . . . ■ ■■ Rlrinf Ihf hail of (iNid and out ■ 

nice Beml-prtvmte mllabl* for ,a 

— - TOTEM couple or a lady: a tan ward 

IRS _. T __ *nrommodarion. Ratal 8MB and 

TRAILER SALES j-jjs ssa-ms 

o tan ar a 3COTT APARTMENTS 

8 Miles N. on Hwy. 1 Extra large LHK rauros fix middle 

T C&rt. 171L.lfU1 aged or elderly tenant*. Hot and 

’ cold water, gaa range*, eablevliton 

imCnt - WIBBIBICU MOTOR HOMES ^ 

385-003i BOUHTY AND SECURITY FAIRFIELD AREA PRIVATE 

- CAHPKBE FROM 8 TO U FEET. home. Newly decorated. Suit taai- 

MORRJS neai lady Nop-nokar SH. » 

TRAILERS and CAMPERS 1727. 

Dougta* at Hurnald# 886-2S32 =r—-—r- 


11m IB* to 27' with tub 
8SZER THAN TRA1LER1NG 


TOTEM 

TRAILER SALES 

8 MUes N. on Hwy. 1 

, 478-1041 


CHRISTMAS SPECIAL - UWELY I*"*®*™ * 

eocadlttoa, newly eouMrucied In- ' ^ Fort ** 

SL'iSf, P"*"*' low c,m P* r LIGHT HOUSEkE 


SECOND FLOOR ROOM, MBN 
l<8*loner* arty. 827 50 a monfli 
1218 Port St 


S C“lHr FORD. GOOD CONDITION . 

^StetrtrSr »SM«.vra area 8*00 or naarea. oftar SM2P7 _ 

im SINGER r-Wili' GOOD private sale. 1 owner, atklng 81791 57 FORD VA STANDARD PAUSED 
5.1 .VN ■ann or cioaaal offrr, a82-«IOS. Prortndrt tmt. (WD. 5B3-MOR 


Open Wrekd*ys 'til 9 


SrS ltd 

aSron^rol^-leaSto, fZZt 1181 St _ 

477-®83. KI-VAU E USED TKI I K.4 

STUDENT FRCTd IASKATCHSWAB , 17 1 taFYartag 

muat aell IBM ChryMer Km* Yartet. T **?T!?Jr **. ■ 

V-d, fully powered, sir condlttonlag. IM CHET (HEBLDDn, EX 
Rtaaonabte. SS74 Ikmatoa 4T94MI uaitort aallka rttori altar vian- 

196* BUICK 3-DOOR HARDTOP. I * ^ *P**: - 

great body end Interior peed* trana 3*50 CMC 14-TON P9CKIIP. Il.w 
■ mlaMon, oriera 883-99*9 or boat offer. 80B-VC 


$ $ WE PAY MORE $ $ UfffMTY trailer, brand new. 


i nun-drinker, penaM 
385-15H0 , 556 Cecelia. 


ptr*u|., fully equipped --IMIS. J.»>^apryRT rAWTi ndPORTR “ kU J hl ' J** VoHawag ,r ftllly LARGE BRIGHT. KITCHENETTE, 

mu y°£? t UmOR * va m«m ^laney ^ Sm' ,llfl ** G -«* “• E “'' W 'h^*^% r,r ^. 0ldtr 

| HD Yale* SL mlR BRIAN HOLLEY MOTORS _ I P'““ •*“ *n-28JS. 

313* Douglaa St. SM-3221 






3g« Dougta* St. por 3ALE-DE LUXE GENERAL RED«TTING ROOM. KITCHEN 

WANTED -I960-SI TRIUMPH Home. 17x49'. 8» 'rith ato ve^ and fridge. Lady 

"MAYFLOWER” car. tor aatl mWO. __ SOTMMawr OT2-23M. _ 

ranto. ™ Vlrtmto Prera Box TRAILER PARS. ... ALL 

--— - --- rtrvtoaa. 84SR173 - BU-SBt. 5SSE2“£fA rwSSu 

enrvr riva rno rip,------ r**- 1 ** ■*ixcau 


SPOT CASB FOR CARS 
HOUHTO8I MOTORS 

l*»rvi,»l SL 18 


WANTED: J OR 

88A8713 mohlta borne. IM-82IA 


l-BBDROOM 941 KINGS. KIT FACILITIES. 8X 
Gentleman 477-6782, 47I-B84L 


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filillt <Solont<t. Victoria, B.C., Soturday, Dec. 20, 1969 

125 HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS 129 APARTMENTS TO RENTi 129 APARTMENTS TO RENT 129 APARTMENTS TO RENT, 129 APARTMENTS TO RENT! 129 APARTMENTS TO RENT 1 131 


TO RENT 


UNFURNISHED 


UNFURNISHED 


ALL FOUND. WARM. COSY, SEA 
view. park, balcony. 382-0541. 


P. R. BROWN RENTALS 


LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING ROOM 
348-4L14 After 5. 


CLEAN. OWN KITCHEN 
sink. all Found. 1007 Johnaon 


MAIN FLOOR, 
Park. MR-6936 


NEAR CENTRAL 


IN FAIRFIELD NEAR BUS. up¬ 
stairs. 3-room sutte, $75. 383-2008. 


126 HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS 
WANTED 


LADY OLD-AGE PENSIONER 
requires housekeeping room early 
January. Reply Victoria Preaa Box 
545. 


12i APARTMENTS TO RENT 
FURNISHED 


AVAILABLE NOW 
180. Fort Street. Clot* In, bachelor 
apartment Including main furniture, 
3-ulece bath, locker, carpet, drape*, 
etc. OK tor 1 mature lady. (Days 
.■all 382-4312) Dickie Agencte*. 913 
Fort St. 


FAIRFIELD. WE WILL RENT 
our own home, lower duplex, while 
on vacation. Fully furniahed a> we 
live In It For 1 month* from 
January 10 to reaponalble adult* 
unlv, relerencea required, no pet*. 
*175. 383-9007. 


HARRIS GREEN 
APT. HOTEL 
Studio *ulle aM found, suitable for 
hachelor, fUO or quiet couple, $120. 
Parking, laundry, clone to City 
Hall. 921 Pandora. 385-9090. 


FURNISHED BED-SITTING ROOM 
with aeparate kitchen and bath 
Available Immediately. Apply It 
Hawthorne Lodge Apt*.. 439 Cook 
St., after S p.m. and all day Sun. 
384-4820. 


FURNISHED APARTMENT. YOU 
«upply the apartment, we rent th* 
furniture. 3 room* for B5 pee 
month. Standard Furnihke, 737 
Yale* 9treet 382-5111. 


YOUNG L ADY TO SHARE 
apartment with *ame at Lord 
slmroe. $70 a month 12-2. 388-5484. 
anytime between 6-8 at 1710 
Denman St 


ORAIGFLCWER MOTEL 
Fullv furniahed *utte*. Everything 
found Phone 384-9843 or 388-5471. 
CONCORD REALTY LTD. 


FAIRFIELD, BRIGHT 1 BED- 
rnom, free Cableviilon. aea view, 
$ 110 . Discount for pensioner*. 385- 
0868. 


CAROLWOOD APTS— LVtt Pan 
dora Aye Attractive new block. AH 
convenience*. Including elevator 
wall-to-wall carpets On liu* line 
One-bedroum aulte from $120 382- 
6494 

CHARTWELL HOUSE L343 Harrl- 
*nn St. Neiw block on quiet atreet. 
Wali-to-wsll carpel*, elevator, 
cablevlaon. tree laundry larilltlea 
One-bedroom auHe* trom $122. Two- 
bedroom aulte. $180 383-6002. 

THE FONTAINEBLEAU- 3U0 
Shelbourne St. New blot* or 
transportation, opposite shopping 
centre Wall-to-wall carpet*, eleva¬ 
tor. cablevlilon, free parkin* One- 
bedroom aulte* from $330 Two- 
bedroom aulte* from glS? 58E-92B0. 
THE RICHELIEU— 318? SheJhoume 
St. New block on transportation, 
opposite shopping centre, w*ll4n 
wall carpets, elevator, cahlevlalan, 
free panting One-bedroom suite* 
fmm 1129. Two-bedroom aulte* from 
$186 582-9290. 

VILLA ROY ALE- 964 Heywuod 
Ave Luxury apartment* over¬ 
looking Beacon Hitl Park. Cable- 
v|*Jon. Choice of hardwood or wel)- 
lu-watl carpal, nauna beta*. thermal 
pock, hobby area Studio* from $115: 
one-bedroom mite* from $120; two- 
hedroom aulte* from $ 186 : two- 
bedroom*. two batha. plu* den from 
$207 . 384-6741 

KLMBROOK APTS - 1471 Fort St 
Bright, large, modern one-hedroom 
tulle In now block. Wak-to-watl 
carpet, elevator, cablevtrion. Avail¬ 
able now. $130 385-9888 
MITCHELL OAKS — 2065 Oak 
Bay Ave. Large Iwc-hedroom aulte 
on main floor In de luxe apartment 
hlock. Convenient to shopping centre 
and transportation AvallabJe now. 
One-bedroom aulte* $136. Two 
bedroom *uite frtrtl $170. BB4-3587 
HAMPSHIRE HOU8E-JI9* Reach 
Drive Ixrxurtou* eeeiront. one and 
two-bedroom auliaa availaUe Some 
with SrefitoM, chctoe <* 3 Mi or 2 
bath* : diahwartier, garhuraior, 
Ulna faclllUe* Rent from $380 per 
month 386^22 
ROYAL INGLEWOOD APTS - *00 
Richmond Ave. Attractive two- 
bedroom aulte in new block. W*H4n- 
wall carpet*, elevator, cahlevldon 
$14(1. One-bedroom suite* also, from 
$116 Available Jan. 1, 1970. 385-4213 
CENTRAL MANORS 1230 Fort 
Street One-bedroom atote $131 New 
attractive modem block. Central 
location on bus line. Poaae. 

1, 70 332-7505. 

SUNRHXJE APTS,— 03** Balmoral 
Rd. New modem Week. WaH-towvall 
carpets. cabieclston. One-bedroom 
Kite $U9. 38WS5fi 


FERNWOOD MANOR 
1575 Begbie Street 


VICTORIA’S 
PRESTIGE ADDRESS 


Second Phase Opening 
Approximately December 15 


Wa still have lorn* one-bedcoom 
■Uite* left at $126 to $147. 

Some with in view*. 

Swimming pool. 

Hydro therapy pool. 

Sauna bath*. 

And all the usual amenlUts aurh a* 
locked entrance, efrape*. extra 
sound-proofing, cablevlilon. etc. 

Also three de luxe suites 
available to r immediate 
possession, $198 to $203. 

All of the above features 
included. 

PLUS 

Extra bath 

Mr and Mr*, closet In 
mailer bedroom. 

Wail to wall shag carpet. 

13 cu. ft. aelf-defroet 

fridge. 


Resident Managers 
Mr. & Mrs. H. Orrii 
386-9453 


THE 

PRINCESS PATRICIA 


701 and 703 Esquimalt Rd. 
,View the Blue Pacific 
and Inner Harbour 
from our Spacious Suites 


don Jan. 


— GE Appliance* * 

— Cablevislon 

— Lounge 

— Sauna 

— Controlled Entrance 

— Intercom 

— Sound proofing 

— Resident manager 

— Child 2 and under 
welcome. 


WARM. CLEAN, SPACIOUS 2- 
room basemen* art.. with kitchen 
site and fireplace. Vicinity Hillride 
Shelbourne, $75. 3S-17M. 


P. R. BROWN A SONS LTD. 

I 7B2 Fort Street 385-34CB 


AVAILABLE NOW 
I IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY 


JUBILEE AREA. FOR 2-3 WORK 
Ing gtria. oonnitott, private and | 
TV. 592-1420 


STUDIO SUITE OFF SEASON 
rate*. TV, etc. 1>iunderbird Motel. 
6011 Douglaa St 382-1354, 38S-1312 


MODERN COMPACT UNIT. NEAR 
dowrkown. Weekly or monthly 
Mlrtiaelangelo, 1158 Yate* SL I82-7995| 


8135 -BEACON ARMS 
505 RUPERT ST. 

t iadoua one-bedroom *uite 

lectrtc kilchen. Hardwood 
flix>r*. Walking diwance to 
town Close to Beacon HU) 
Park. 


BACHELOR SUITE. CENTRAL. 
178. Middle-aged people only 
Manager, Apt. 6. 1048 View. 


1 AND 2 BEDROOM COTTAGF., 
all utllitlee paid. Edgewater Motel. 
478-4212 


$130—4JLENCARIN APTS. 

477 SUPERIOR ST. 

Soactoua one-bedroom mute 
Electric kitchen Wall-to-wall 
carpet. Free laundry facilities. 
Elevator Resident Manager. 
Also two-bedroom suite at 
$175. Immediate poeaesalon. 


REDWOOD PARK MOTEL. 141 
Gorge Road EaaL 382-9171. Apart 
ment at off-seaaon rate*. 


2 SUITES WITH KITCHENETTE. 
SI me-furnished. $55-$57. Apply 1429 
Vlntng St., Apt 3 between 1-4 p.m. 


6133-GRENADIER MANOR 
1537 BELCHER AVE 
Spactou* one-bedroom. Wall-to- 
Wall carpet. Coloured fixture*. 
Controlled entrance. Balcony. 
Resident Manager 


SELF-C ONTA1NED BASEMENT 
aulie Esquimau-Gorge waterfront. 
Quiet working couple. 384-8879. 


• BACHELOR) SUFTE IN MODERN 
hlock, near legislative buildings. 
Rent Include* utilities 383-3114. 


B40—WOODRIDGE MANOR 

2230 CADBORO BAY RD 
Oak Bay Sp«riou« one- 
bedroom *ude. Electric kit¬ 
chen Wall-towaH carpets. 
Cloae to bus and transporta¬ 
tion. 


$K»-AILSA MANSIONS. 


ISLAND COURT 
BACHELOR AND ONE BDRM | 
. suites. $20-130 a week. 478-2151 


WISH TO SHARE MY MODERN 2 
bedroom hlghrlae apartment with | 
woman 25-40 384-1682 


One bedroom aulte. Electric 
kitchen. Cloae to shopping 
and t r a n » portatlon. 
elevator 


No 


1 B.R BASEMENT SUITE FOR 
working adult 563-4796 


*14ft—BELMONT TERJtACE 

1080 BELMONT AVENUE 
Spacioui one-bedroom lulte 
IjrfffT thal 


4 ROOM SELF-CONTAINED, UTIL 
It lei Included. |B5. S82-4414 


Electric kitchen Larger than 
average BUite. Cloae to bua 
and stores. 2nd floor. 


STUDIO SUITE FOR RENT. MR. 
Rutter, 386-2812. 


861 SMALL APT. WARM BLOCK, 
lady 479-8836 evening* 


DE LUXE MODERN. 1 BEDROOM. 
$90 382-4360 evenings 


$185—PANDORA VILLA 
*1130 PANDORA AVE. 

Top floor. Spacious two- 
bedrocsn suite. Hardw«d 
floor*. Electric kitchen. Lie- 
valor Walking distance !■> 
town. Mao one bedroom auite 
at $125. 


DELUXE 
1 BEDROOM. CABLE TV. $150 
January 1. 384-3386 


For Information or free Iran* 
portatlon to view thee* suite# 
contact: 


$10R. WARM 1 BEDROOM. FAIR 
field. Adult 385-7370 evening!- 


LTD. 

1125 BLANSHARD ST. 
385-8771 


BACHELOR SUITE 
person. $62 383-0138 


FOR QUIET 


SUITE. FOR MEN 
Grant. 382 9868. 


$70 _ 3 ROOMS, GAS. ELECTRIC 
Ity, heat 1264 Gladstone 382-9449 


129 APARTMENTS TO RINT| 
UNFURNISHED 


NOW OPEN 
THE HENRY HUDSON 
576 SIMCOE STREET 
38 DE LUXE SUITES 


1 Bedroom suitea from $128 


Inquiries —9 a.m.-8 p.m. 
» Phone 382-2223 


DUNSMUIR HOUSE 
831 DUNSMUIR ROAD 


UNFURNISHED 


Brand New but Completely 
Finished. Including Attrac¬ 
tive Landscaping 


Klee Wyck 
1340 Harrison 
At Yates and Fort Junction 


UNFURNISHED 


UNFURNISHED 


"THE LARGEST RENTAL 
IN TOWN" 


Tliis apartment is different! 
Don’t lettle for Jess 


All 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 


BROWN BROS. AGENCIES 
WISHES TO INTRODUCE 
YOU TO 
THE 

BRAND NEW 


"WOODRIDGE MANOR" 
AT 

2230 CADBORO BAY RD. 


OPEN FOR INSPECTION 
9 A M. TO 9 P.M. 


Drtv* down to this excellent Oak 
Bay location which la within 
walking distance of toopplng centre 
and Willows Park- Theae spacious 
■rites are carpeted, and have 
lovely coloured appliances to the 
electric kitchens 


Bachelor suite* from 
One-Bedroom suites from 


$1)5 

$148 


Let Mr. and Mrs. Ketcheann show 
you through these lovely eultet. 


LOVELY NEW 1-BEDROOM. Sll> 
ney, aea view Healed, catoevtalon. 
drape*, ho4 water Included tor $130 
Feb. 1 UlHl Sunday 


NEW APARTMENT, COL WOOD 
Langford. 2 and 3 bedrooms. $125 
tn $133. 2 children welcome 477- 
2548. 


NEW. LARGE BACHELOR, 
let. Jgn. 1. $118. 382-9603 


SUB- 


1 BEDROOM, WALK TO TOWN. 
$115, with garage. 582 625* 


131 DUPLEXES TO RENT 


P. R. BROWN RENTALS 


3941 CUTKBBRT PLACE — Recent¬ 
ly completed, two-bedroom rtde-by- 
ride duplex. Full basement, carport 
Immediate 
month. 


poaaesrion $ 1 M per 


P. R. BROWN A SONS LTD. 

182 Fort Street 395-8*35 


Good Variety of Suites 
From $128 


One-Year Guarantee of 
No Rent Increase 

Re sclent Manager 388-5611 
Downtown Office 388-6100 
Diamond Developments Ltd. 


WATSON MANOR 
1000 McCLURE 


At the comer of Vancouver 
and McClure—an ideal loca¬ 
tion 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. 


Large suites — quiet seclu¬ 
sion in beautiful grounds 
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 .$129 

Mature adults only—no pets 
Resident Manager — 388-4943 
Downtown office — 388-6100 
Diamond Developments Ltd. 


Resident Manager 384-8223 
Downtown Office 388-6100 


Diamond Developments Ltd. 


THE 

RICHELIU 

and 

FONTAINEBLEAU 
3159 Shelbourne St. 


NOW RENTING 


HARRISON HOUSE 
1417 Harrison St. 


on a quiet street 
close to downtown 


1- bed. stes. from $133 

2- bed. stes. from $160 


with 


—controlled entrance 
—wall to wall carpets over cement 
soundproofing 

--electric heat 
Tree cabtevlston 
—t w o -d o o r refrigerators 

freezer (all stes.) 

-two-speed range fans 
—coloured appliance* 

—mn and recreation room 
—sklent elevator 

To view please phone 
Mr. Carpenter, resident manager, 
3855911 or 382-0069 


Spackxis 1 and 2 bedroom suite* 
liable tn thea* deluxe new 
apartments opposite major shopping 
centra Located on bus Una 


1- bedrdom suites from $125.00 

2- bedroom aultes from $ 166.06 


To view these attractive suite* 
please call the resident manager at 
592-9290 or by calling the rental 

agents. 


JUST OPENED 


"SKYLINE GORGE 
APARTMENTS" 

AT 

2925 QU'APFELLE 


ely i_ __ 

The Beautiful Gorge Waterway. 


All roll** are carpeted ami have 
coloured appliance* In the electric 
kitchen*. Exl 
Balconies. 


vxlra spacious ctoaets. 


Convenient location near atmr* and 
tranaportatlon. 


One Bedroom Suites from $122.00 
Two Bedroom Suttee from $156 00 


_ nger Ii 
161 *tiow you through these 
suite* next week. 


lovely 


"VILLAGE MANOR!’ 
AT 

2056 OAK BAY AVE. 


Drive down to thta lovely Oak Bay 
location which ta only mlmkee away 
from Mores and bus. All suite* have 
luxurious wall to wall carpet (gold 
or green). Free light, heat ana 
cablevlilon. Balconies. 


One Bedroom Suitea from $130.no 
Two Bedroom Suites from $165 60 


Featuring two unusual suites with 
bedroom* that are far too big. 
Exceptionally large living room with 
oak feature wall, from $173.00. 


let Mr. and Mrs. Dunlap, the 
resident caretaker, In suite 102 , 
show you through these acaciaui 
suites. 


Reserve Your Suit* Now. 


OPEN FOR INSPECTION 
9 A M, TO 9 P.M. 


OAKRIDGE HOUSE 
at 

2646 COOK STREET 


NOW RENTING 
Presently under construction. 

De luxe aide by side duplexes 
complete with w-w carpeting- fridge 
and stove. All three-bedroom. 
Esquimalt area. Near school a ' 

Rent from $195 per month. 

For further Information call 
Rental Department at 
CONCORD REALTY LTD.. 388-5471 


UNIVERSITY AREA ON GARNET 
Brand new ilde-by-akle 3-bedrm. 
1 % bath, dlntng plu* eating area, 
stove and fridge. $185 


love and fridge. *185. 
EXPLORER DEVELOPMENTS, 
382-4218 - 477-5031 


LOWER. $125 PER MONTH IN- 
cludes light, heat, water, eablevl- 
■ lon. stove, fridge, Ilk bedrooms. 
Available January L No pets. 1 
child welcome. 3250 Admirals Rd. 
(off Burnside). Not on Sunday 


MODERN 2-BEDROOM GOLD 
Medallan home with wall-to-wall 
carpeting, carport, large sundeck. 
In picturesque location, near 
Brentwood. 652-2425 after 6 p.m. or 
Sunday. The price Is right. 


HOUSIS TO HINT 
UNFURNISHED 


Jubilee area. Spacious 4-hedroom 
full basemen*. Available now. 


Jaguar Rental Service 
479-4422 


ROCKLAND AVE. 

Available now. Hand soma 4- 
bedroom. 2-balhroom home near 
Government house. Rent $275 per 
month. 

LANSDOWNE PROPERTIES LTD, 
502-7111 


2 BEDROOMS DINING ROOM 
and living room. Full basement. 
May St., Fairfield. $165 month. 
Available January I. 1970 Eric 
Charman, Fairfield Really Lid. 
385-9767. 


GORDON HEAD 

4-5 bedrooms on IK acre* of land, 
$250 per month 

J. B. Royal Oak Propertlee Ltd 
479 1681 


3 BR, DINING RM. FIREPLACE, 
dbi carport. Drapes, atove. Lovely 
area for children, 10 min city. $225 
392-7730. 


VIC WEST OLCAN -V-BDR. HOME. 
OOM heat. Available on or before 
Jan. I $14$. No dogs. 478-3725 after 
5 p.m. 


$195 PER MO. ROCKLAND AVE.. 
family home. 3 bedrms.. den. 
haaement, oil heat. Vacant, poaaes- 
■lon. Call owner. 381-2577. 


1 BEDROOM HOUSE; HEAT. 

water Included, rtilldren welcome 
$100 per month 394-WB7 


SEA VIEW FAIRFIELD 2 BED- 
room. basement Immaculate 
Available now $175 388-0898 


EXCLUSIVE MO DERN $ 
bedroom home, near Prospect 
Lake. $190 479-4340 


2-BEDROOM HOME, 
dryer, lease required. 
February 1. $140 30*000. 


WASHER. 

Available 


( BEDROOM HOUSE FOR RENT 
Immediate ixxupency. Quadra die 
trfrt. 388-8715 or 5028785. 


SHELBOURNE ST.-Hew 3 BR 
duplex avail, now. 1 Year leai* $175 
per month. 

BOORMAN INVESTMENT CO- LTD 
1111 GOVERNMENT ST. 
388-9212 


NEW DE LUXE SIDE BY SIDE 3- 
bedroom duplex, basement. 114 
bath, electric heat, carpel through¬ 
out. sundeck. covered parking. 
iulet location among new home* In 
lolwood. Available Dec. 15. $175 
477-1232. 


BEAUTIFUL MOD ERN 3- 
bedroom home In rustic setting. 20 
minutes from Victoria, with 2 
baths, enormous rumpus room, sun 
deck, electric heat, carport. Enjoy 
the privacy of country living. *52- 
3425 after 6 pm. or Sunday 


METCH OSIN—New 2 BR, duplex 
•vail. Dec. 1st full basement, 
electric rang* and fridge—$165 per 

month. 

BOORMAN INVESTMENT CO. LTD. 
1111 GOVERNMENT ST. 
386-9212 


JANUARY 1. 1-BEDROOM UPPER 
duplex, large kitchen, fridge and 
stave. 3 large clean rooms and full 
bath For quiet mature adults only, 
no pets. $90 plus utllltlea 183-9007, 
1342 Oncer 


ROYAL OAK PLAZA 
Spacious 2 bedroom, dining room. 
1W batha W.W. carpet Ground 
floor. $150 per month Includes heat 
and water. AvallabM now. 4488 W. 
Saanich Rd. Phone 383 3489 


1 M MEIXATE 
bedroom home, 
area. $175 5*7-45. 


POSSESSION. 4 
Oek Bay-Willows 


3-UKDKf>UM 
ties 1121 
348-5794 


PLUS UTILI 
St. 3M-L3M Of 


MODERN 2-BEDROOM HOME, 
garage. Immediate occupancy, 11421 
North Park. 


UNIVERSITY AREA. NEW (.BED 
room. 114 bath, full basement, | 
carport BS5 477-8095 


3-BEDROOM HOUSE OAK HAY 
vacant Dec. 19th. $175 to reliable I 

tenant 3854155 


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 pew car. 


4 ROOM COTTAGE, 
4TS-1180. 


LANGFORD 


■, BEDROOM HOUSE, 
month, on Shelbuumc St. 


2BEDROOM, 
Couples preferred. 


VIC W E ST. 

$130 479-3379 


Borrow 

$ 2,000 from $ 20 p.m. 
S 5,000 from $ 50 p.m. 
$10,000 from $160 p.m. 


l-BEDROOM HOUSE, GORGE 


Any amount for any 
reason! 


DE LUXE 4-BEDROOM. WALL-TO- 
wall carpets. $250 a month 385-8234 


2-BEDROOM HOUSE. AVAILABLE | 
now. $150. 183-9111 


Payments are tailored 
to suit your budget. 


3-BEDRM. 2 IN BSMT. STOVE, I 
fridge Maddork St. $145 382-0007 


Compare our rates 
CALL NOW!!! 


NEW. SPACIOUS SIDE-BY-SIDE 3- 
bedrocsn duplex In Melville Park, 
Sidney, covered perktog, wall-to-wall 
carpet, elertric neat, Move, fridge, 

11*6 (77 5432 


LET US RENT YOUR BOUSE. WE 
have ettenta waiting for two and 
three-bedroom homes. We offer 
good management careful tenant* | 
and reasonable rite* 

PEMBERTON HOLMES LTD. 
384-8126 


Thu brand new building la set up 
high on Cook St Juat off Hillside 


P. R. BROWN k SONS LTD. 
762 Fort Street 285-5435 


CAPTAIN COOK APTS. 
1025 Sutlej 


Inquire about our Unique system 
that gives you protection from 
rent increase*. 


- Two 2-bedroam stes. $150 and 
$153. Avail. Immediately. 


—1 bachelor $ 110 , third floor, 
w-to-w carpet Available Jan. 1. 


Drapes, balcony, cablevlilon, 

free parking. Intercom, Beacon 
Hill Park In Fairfield area. 
Walking distance to downtown, 
bus lines and shopping around 
the corner. Excellent service by 
resident manager. Adults. No 

pet*. Phone .185-8053 or evenings 
477-4434 


LSLSLSLSLSLSLSLS 

LORD AND LADY SIMCOE 
THE SIMCOES 
“Victoria’s 
Prestige Address” 

1 or 3-BEDROOM SUITES 
Available Now 
Furnished or Unfurnished 
1 - J-BEDROOM SUITE 
Vacant December 1, $225 
VICTORIA’S LARGEST 
HEATED SWIMMING 
POOL AND SAUNA 

- Cablevision. 

- -Controlled entrances. 
—Washers and Dryers. 

—Drape* 

—Sound proofing. 

—Wall-to-wall carpet. 

—Free outdoor parking 
—Recreation room, Millard table, 
e*c. 

—Lounge 

—Residence Manager*. 

440-450 Simcoe Street 
385-3111 


Featuming: 
Wall-to-wall carpets 
Drapes 
Laundry 

Excellent soundproofing 
Deep balconies 
I Cablevision 

Individ ually controlled 

thermostats 

Fast, quiet elevator 

Near Beacon Hill Park and 

beach 

Quiet tree-lined street 
Near shops and bus service 
| Choice of good views 
Controlled entrance 
| Covered and open parking 
One and two bedroom suites 
and Studio* from $137.50, 
$158, $110 
Large locker space 
Resident Manager, Suite 
1104. 386-6446. 


CASA DEL MAR 
1625 Richmond Road 


AVAILABLE JAN. 1, 1970 


On* 1 bedroom at $127 
On* 2-bedroom at D49 


IN THIS LUXURY BLOCK 
Free oablevWon, free iiarking, 
drape*, balconies, locked entrance, 
superior sound-proofing, wall to 
well carpeting Included 


Resident Managers 
Mr. k Mrs. M. Lesearmure 
385-4250 
CAD Apt* 


REDWOOD MANOR 
430 CHESTER AVE. 

TCI? T ^ T <5 I? IS T? i q I New apartment In quiet. re*klentlal 
^_Z7_ ^ LS Li LS Li|„ ea lf TFairfield, close to .hopping 
and transportation with all modern 


NOW OPEN 


MICHIGAN COURT 
323 MICHIGAN STREET 


43 de luxe $uite* 
featuring 


WALL-TO-WALL CARPETING 
INDIVIDUAL CONTROLLED 
THERMOSTATS 
FREE CABLEVISION 
COLORED APPLIANCES 
ELEVATOR 

FREE LAUNDRY FACILITIES 
I.ARGE BALCONIES 
WALL-TO WALL DRAPES 
CONTROLLED ENTRANCE 
EXTRA SOUND PROOFING 
2 BLOCKS FROM PARL. BLDGS 
I.ARGE CARDEN AREA 
ONE-BEDROOM SUITES FROM 
$121 

RESIDENT MANAGER. SUITE 306 
38549108 - 382 8096 


feature*. 

Only a few 1-bedroom aultes left. 
T n view please contact 
RESIDENT MANAGER 
385-4063 


MAKE RESERVATIONS NOW 
ATTENDANT ON SITE 194 P M. 
DAILY PH 384-6741 


VILLA ROYALE 
964 HEYWOOD AVE 


Luxury apartment. Complete infor 
matlon from RENTAL AGENTS: 


THE HAIDA 
1165 YATES ST. 


44 De luxe 1-BR. Suites 


-ONE-YEAR GUARANTEE OF 
NO RENT INCREASE 
-LOVELY LOUNGE 
—WALL-TO-WALL CARPETS 
—SILENT ELEVATOR 
-BEAUTIFULLY APPOINTED 


"SIERRA VILLA" 
517 NIAGARA ST. 


New Spanlih *tyl# apartment with 
modern conveniences, superior 
sound proofing. Walking dlatance to 
town. Beacon Park and waterfront 
1 bedrooms glftO 

1 bedroom giso 

Call Rea. Manager, 385-8850 


eon- 


"VANCOUVER VILLA" 

710 VANCOUVER 
Corner Collinaon 
Luxurious block, all modern 
venience* 

1 bedroom tljs 

2 bedroom jian 

Call Re*. Manager 386-7826 
Cal] anytime G and O Holdings 
3S8-73M nr 382-33W 


THE CHATELAINE 
1435 Elford St. 

PHONE 383-6809 

New, Modern Apartments 

Suites from $120 


- _carpeted 

have beautiful penoraml 
Electric kitchens. Balconies. 


One Bedroom Suitaa from $123.00 
Two Bedroom Suttee from $16fi DO 


Lrt Mr and Mrs Baker In suite 200 
show you through thass apartnug 
aultes. 


JUST OPENED 


"HARBOUR VIEW 
MANOR” 

AT 

925 ESQUIMALT ROAD 


LUXURY DUPLEX 
New. W to W. 3 beds, winderks. 
haaement. appliances. 1015 Wurleie 
Place, Esquimalt, *190. Dave Foster 
Cnnatruction. 502-3448 


CLOSE IN. 1 BEDROOM SIDE BY 
side, basement, furnace, fireplace, 
to reliable couple with reference 
895 384-5809 


SOUTH FAIRFIELD—3-BEDROOM, 
living room, electric kitchen, $190 
per month. Including heat power, 
water and TV Deposit. 852-2481 


MODERN DUPLEX SUITES, 
near beach, delightful view, healed 
stove and fridge. Reasonable rents 

384-4882. 


NEW SXS 2-BEDRM. DUPLEX, 
large kit stove, fridge. LR and DR 
W to W carpet, ufUty and storage 
Carport. Mature tenants. 385-8389. 


Presents 

Beautiful Panoramic 
Sea View Suitea 


This building, has aom* at the 
lergeat suites In (own All aUtna are 
carpeted. Colored fixtures Silent 


elevator. Balconies Cloae to shop* 
and stores. Bus at the oomer. 


One Bedroom Suite* from $135.00 
Two Bedroom Suites from $165 00 


Ut Mr. Fauorh In suit* 10] show 
you through torse spacious aulie* 
next week Reserve 
occupancy to 1970. 


for 


OPEN FOR INSPECTION 
9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. 


“DON QUADRA" 
APARTMENTS AT 
3244 QUADRA STREET 


Brand new luakllng with large 
carpeted suite*. too will be 
delighted with the view. Situated In 
a rertdenlial area nik too far from 
town. 


Bachelor Suite at 1110 

One Bedroom Suites from 1135 00 

Two Bedroom Suites from juo oo 


Compare our location 


Res. Mgr. 388-6515 


OAK BAY TOWERS. 1400 NEW 
port spacious modem 1 bedroom 
suite, elevator, cablevision, etr . bui 
at door. Immediate. $130. also for 
January 1 and February 1. 383-0908 
or Mean Whyte and Gower Ltd- 
385-7707 


WATERFRONT. LARGE 1-HED 
room suite, available from January 


SEA CUFF LODGE 
836 DALLAS RD. 


P. R. BROWN & SONS Ltd 
762 Fort Street 385-3435 


UNIVERSITY DISTRICT 
TARA COURT 
3880 SHELBOURNE 
Spsclou* carpeted 1-bedroom suite 
Available January lit. $135. Cell 
477-8008 or 477-3038 


Slegg Bros. Realty Ltd. 


CAMOSACK MANOR 
1035 BELMONT AVE. 
Victoria's Finest Hi Rise 


law roily, very large •me-bedr'xm 
roman suite, avattable shortly. 
Apply Capt R. Duncan. 388A191 


BLOCK BROTHERS 
V REALTY 


THE KINGSTON, 325 KINGSTON 
near the Buildings. Lge. 1 Bdrm 
sic. halcony. free laundry and 
parking. $117 Adults only Apply 
Stc. IS. 386-3903 or S. W. Anderson 
Ltd . 3849329. 


BACHELOR SUITE TO LET. $15 A 
month, rent Include ■ Ught. beat, 
water, cablevtskn, washing and 
drying facilities. Female tenbnts 
only. 3852210. 


SUITES AVAILABLE 

HAMPSHIRE HOUSE 
1159 BEACH DR. 


3 BEDROOM LOWER DUPLEX, 
seml-furnished. large kitchen, elec¬ 
tric stove, living room. 2 hath- 
roome. Large garden, tn Gonzales 
area. $1SI 382-9427. 


OPENING JANUARY 15 
The Valencia 
880 Niagara 

Studio, I bedrm. and 2 bedrm suite* 
Phone Mr*. Lee. 388-2841 




LAKEV1EW APARTMENTS. 1220 
Coldstream Ave.. 3-bed room suite. 
$125 a month. Available now. 478- 
2513. 


FAIRFIELD WATERFRONT. 
Upper 5-room suite, gas atove, 
fridge. Quiet mature adults only 
$100 plus utllltlea 382-3253. 


NEAR N A D E N . 1-BEDROOM 
suite. Fridge and stove Apply Ste. 
13. 646 Admirals. 3X8 8983 or 656- 
1779. 


S E L F-CONTATNED 1-BEDROOM 
suite for rent. Jan. 1 Esquimau 
Working couple all utilities Inclu¬ 
ded. I13C per mantb 386-8063 


$140—LARGE 2-BEDROOM STE 
Clear View Apt* , 123x Yates 
Cable TV, Modern Conveniences 
388-1981 or 384-7785 


SPACIOUS BACHELOR SUITE AT 
WESTWOOD ARMS. 1150 Hilda off 
Cook Street. All modern with free 
laundry and parking. $100. 1842507. 


BEACON TOWERS. 340 DOUGLAS. 
On Beacon Hill Park. I-bedroom 
suite. For particulars phona 385- 
4x59. 


RENTAL AGENTS. 

P. R. BROWN A 
702 Fort 


SONS LTD. 

185-3435 


$115025. 5-BEDROOM UPSTAIRS 
aulte. Newly decorated, new wall-lev 
Mil and curtdon floor, drape*, 
blinds, range fridge, well heated, 
hot water Included. Quiet street on 
Cor**. Minute to bua I or 2 
thoughtful adult*. No pets 504 
Selkirk 388-49*0 


OAKLANDS MANOR 
HI Road 


Hillside-Cedar HB1 
New block near Slmpeon»-Sear* 
Elevator. Balconies. Cable TV 
I Bedroom from $125 
Res manager 383-4808 or $880286 

~THE VANGUARD-28S MICHIGAN 
Bright, spacious. 1-bedroom corner 
suite to modern block, $106 includes 

cable. 382-3$$* __ 

BRIGHT. WARM. GROUND 
floor. 8-rnom apartment, all utilities 

C m* washer and dryer, garage 
185. 1544 Richmond. 385-8751. 


Bachelor. 1 and 2-bedroom suites 
from $110 to $170 per month. 
Situated la various location* In the 
city. Phone 388-5471 

CONCORD REALTY LTD 


1-BEDRM. DE LUXE SUITE, 
extrs large, $130 Elevator, bus 
Adults. Free laundry. 1506 Belcher, 
corner Oak Bay Ave. Mr*. EU 
Wyle .382-7405 


3 ROOM SUITE. CLOSE-IN. PAN 
dore 185. Immediate ocoupancy. 
Also haohetor sake, l»* Available 
Jan 15th Older women prefemKl. 

382-7888. 


MODERN 1 BEDROOM APART- 
ment, targe sitting room and dining 
area, owners supply heat, free 
laundry $105. No children $845*73 
or JM-918X 


NEW BIXXK, 1 BEDROOM. JAN 1 
or Feb 1, mature couole, 1507 Fort 
$83-1438 or 383 5489 $120 mo 


185 1-BEDROOM SUITE. PRIVATE 
entrance, electric range, fridge. 
Adult* only. 280 Linden. 182-3308 or 
382-950$. G * O Holdings 


Located on the quietest. tra*d street 
In Victoria, doee to shopping and 5- 
mln. bu* service. The latett and best 
sound control sod cunvanlenoas In 
every suite, with laundry, parking, 
cablevlilon and drape*. FREE. Cell, 
the managers to see and rent one 
of theia lovely suites. 


THE CORONA 
1430 Stadacona St 
PHONE 382-2661 


Mr and Mr*. Gough to Suite lfll 
vrill be pleased to show you through 
the suite*. 


FOR INFORMATION OR 
FREE TRANSPORTATION 
TO VIEW THESE SUITES 


PLEASE CALL: 


ENJOY CHRISTMAS IN A 
BEAUTIFUL NEW 
APARTMENT 


BROWN BROS. AGENCIES 
LTD. 

11125 BLANSHARD STREET 
385-8771 


NEW DE LUX* 3-BEDROOM PLUS 
funky room, 2 bath*, etc. near 
shops, buses, schools. Gordon Head 
1105 . 382-4946. 


3-BEDROOM, FULL BASEMENT, 
near U-vlc. stove and fridge, 
available Immediately. $185. 6n2 

3322 


UPPER 2-BEDROOM DUPLEX, 
heat and water included, reference 
required .385-3098 


3-BEDROOM SUITE. MAIN 
floor, $160 or 2 -bedroom basement 
suite. $140. 3852569 


NEW DE LUXE 3-BEDROOM. 1<4 
battle, carport, etc., $180. water 
included. Gordon Bead 477-2158 


$80. LANGFORD. MODERN 1 BED- 
room duplex. Suit couple Available 
January L 186-3940 


4ROOM LOWER DUPLEX. FULLY 
furnished. Ill Moss St. 385*4*7 far 
appointment to view. 


134 HOUSIS WANTED TO 
RENT 


INVESCO 
Realty Ltd. 


24 hr tervice 
382-9111 


WANTED TO RENT IN DUNCAN 
living accommodation for family of 
three as of Jan. L Transferred 
from Edmonton. prefer house. 
Phone collect to 4752288, Victoria. 


IF YOU CANNOT SELL YOUR 
i* wa hava ret Labi e client* 
walling to rent Phone Mr. Keen, 
Boormao Investment Co. Ltd.. 386- 
9212 


FIRST AND SECOND 
MORTGAGES AND 
EQUITY LOANS 


URGENT!' 

HOUSES - SUITES - ROOMS 
for Low Income Families 
HOUSING REGISTRY, 386-270* 


COUPLE REQUIRES 1 OR 2 
bedroom unfurnished house, Jsnu 
ary, near Jubilee Hospital. 384822L 


WANTED: HOUSE 
Cova district. 956-4219 


MONEY IMMEDIATELY 
AVAILABLE. Borrow on the 
equity to your home, whether 
your hrxne la paid for or not 
For any worthwhile purpose. 
Take 10 to 25 years to repay. 
All Informal loo held to atrictett 
confidence. Be Free to discus* 
your borrowing need* and 
powers with us In the comfort 
of your own home. Beat of all 
you are under no obligation 
when you call. Advice Is Free. 


137 HALLS, WAMHOUSIS, 
STORES AND OFFICES 
TO RENT OR WANTED 


SECONDARY FINANCING 
OUR SPECIALTY 


WE PURCHASE EXISTING 
MORTGAGES AND 
AGREEMENTS FOR CASH 


SXS 1-BEDRM., BUILT-IN OVEN, 
fridge, walking distance. Avail. 
Jan 1. I12S. 479-7103 


BRAND NEW, WALKING DI5 
tance all srhonli. full basement 
drape*. 477-2358. 


NEW 5B ED ROOM 
SheUxjume area, $185. 
Jan. 1st. 502-7779. 


JAN. 1ST. 1-BEDROOM DUPLEX 
Stove, fridge, heat, cablevlilon. 
garage. $125. 479-4389. 


DUPLEX FOR RENT IN SIDNEY 
available Jan. 1. $140. 966-3195 or 
958-1782 


MONTREAL TRUST Building, 106) 
Fort SL Desirable office space. 
Ideal tor barriilera and aollcitor* 
or sccuuntanla. or anyone wishing 
preiUga acoimmodsttona. 

MONTREAL TRUST 
1057 Fort 388-2111 


3 BEDROOM DUPLEX. CLOS^ TO 


SPACIOUS 2 BEDROOM, 
park. $130. Adults 389 5668 


UPPER 2-BEDROOM 
Sook* Area 642-3221 


COLWOOD 
Vacant Dec. 


B E D R O O 
$85. 478-2856. 


WAREHOUSE WITH OFFICF.'l 
Downtown location Suitable for 
contractor distributor, wholesaler. 
.Approx 2,00(1 sq ft Heated and 
'Mtrktog. $170 p.m. Royal Trust, 388- 


4STTr 


132 


January tenants in newly- 
completed buddings can 
move in well before Christ¬ 
mas without additional cost 


BRAND NEW 


COZY 1 OR 2 BEDROOM BUNCA- 
low with view and ftreplacs, 
reasonable rate. 478-1171 


OAK VIEW APARTMENTS 
3420 QUADRA ST. 


COTTAGE FOR RENT. 1!4 BED- 
rooma, semi-furnished, country, $125 
per month. $58-149*. 


Diamond Developments Ltd. 
388-6100 


REGENT TOWERS 


One-Bedroom Suitea 
From $128 to $134.75 
CHARTER HOUSE 
are full 
of nice people 
North West Trust 
386-3534 


UNIQUE GROUND FLOOR 
waterfront suite with no steps. 
Sitting and dining room* both with 
flraptaoej, 2 berfrooms. sunny dan 
wttb picture windows overlooking 
Gonzales Bay. Fully carps ted 8185 
jer month Lanadown* Properties 


502-7111. 


CHALET APARTMENTS. 14® 
Fori, new 1-bedroom suite, $121 
including heal. Phone 3*6-9*97. 
apply Suite 20. 


GLAM1S MANOR, glM OAK BAY. 
Spadous, 1 -bedroom tulle, dose to 
village and Iranaporlation Apply 
manager, suite KB 


1 BEDROOM. $105: BACHELOR. 
$85; free parking, cablevision. heat 
and water 12S1 Pandora. 388-0007 
anytime. 


LGE. 1R . 2 BR.. PR IV. 

entrance, garage, share balhrm., 
kitchen. $100. Phone 184-7770 


SMALL QUIET BLOCK OPPOSITE 
Beacon Park. 1 hedroom. $100. Also 
bachslor aulte. $75. $52 2811 


NEWLY DECORATED 3 ROOM 
suite. Close tn transportation. 1524 
Foul Bay Rd., after I p.m. 


LOVELY BACHELOR SUITE. II® 
per munth. also 1 bedroom newly 
decorated ground floor suite, usual 
amenities plus fireplace sod porch. 
H5U per month. Rockland area. 
Lanaduwne Properties Ltd.. Care¬ 
taker-Manager. 385-6380 


PACIFIC SHORES. 2181 Haultaln, 
beautiful large 3-bdrm suite Quiet 
are*. Ad tots. $135 OR 1-bdrm. $111 


MONTREAL TRUST 
KB7 FOft *80-2111 


OAK BAY. COMPACT. MODERN. 1- 
bedroom suite, elevator, eabie- 
vlslon, on bus route, $U0. Dec. 1st 
388-3001 or Meares. Whyta and 
Gower Ltd. 385-7707. 


Now renting 
suites. 


64 luxurious 


3-BEDROOM. A U T O M A TIC 
wsahar, USD, available Jns. 383- 
3084 


-Bachelors 


—1 bedroom 


2 bedrooms 


-All modern conveniences 


—Close to shopping 
Bus stop at door 


-IMMEDIATE 

OCCUPANCY 


Contact Res. Manager 
Phone 384-6218 ‘ ' 


GOODACRE TOWERS 
350 and 360 Douglas St. 


DIRECTLY OPPOSITE GOODACRE 
LAKE IN BEAUTIFUL BEACON 
HILL PARK. 

CUSTOMARY HIGHRI8K 
A M E N IT I E S 1 BEDROOM 
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY 2 
HEDROOM. OCCUPANCY JAN 
1ST BOTH SUITBM OVERLOOKING 

THE PARE 

FOR FURTHER RENTAL INFOR 
MATSON. PHONE 385-8111 


$80 — I BEDROOM UPSTAIRS 

apartment, side entrance, gas 
heating. Quadra summit Older 
ooupla preferred. 38401*1. 


FAIRFIELD NEAR PARK AND 
stores, 1 -bedroom ground floor, 
reasonable rent, «utt quia* mature 
couple. 385-4827 eves. 


1-BEDROOM SUITE, FROM JANU- 
sry L Apply *08 Linden, Suite L 


SELF-CONTAINED 1 B E D R M. 
$99. Hillside area. 38S4S7II. 


DE LUXE 1-BEDROOM SUITE, 
adults- 386-M39. 


i bedroom surra. 

suite. 


BACHELOR 
Adults only. $843815. 


HEW 1-BEDRM STS. STOVE AND 
fridge. W to W carpet Beat and 
Itgtd AU tor $9* 385-8389. 


NEW APARTMENT. DOGWOOD 
Langford 2 and 3 bedrooms $125 to 
$135. 2 children welcome 477-25*8 


l-BEDROOM APARTMENT, ELEC 
Irir heal, cabled don. carpeting 
$11S Vacant JH 17*. 


1 BEDROOM SUITE QUIET 
location, available January 1 $U5. 
582-22 la. 


l-BEDROOM SUITE. HARDWOOD, 
modern blork. January 1 or IS. 
$115. 430 Michigan. 


HOUSES TO RENT 
FURNISHED 


CANADIAN CREST. 479-9002 
Warm, comfortable 2-bedrm house. 


MODERN 2-BEDROOM HOME. OIL 
heat, basement. 


133 


HOUSES TO RENT 
UNFURNISHED 


P. R. BROWN RENTALS 


_ OAK BAY AVE.-Large 3-BR 
family home tn Oak Bay. Spadaiw 
grounds. Garage. Close to Oek Bay 
Marina. Jan. L 3970 ocagjaivy. 
$259. 


P. R. BROWN k SONS LTD 

TCl Fort Street JK5A435 


LUXURY SUITE 
'unfurnished), very secluded. Huge 
living room, dining area and 
kitchen — 1 bedroom. 4 per 

bathroom. Hot water healed. This 
is Insulated and better than any 
luxury apartment block. MTS per 
month. 

J B Royal Oak Properties Ltd 
479-1887 


VACANT 


CORNER 
rent or la 


Unfurnished 4-h e d r o o m home 
Beautifully located In Northridge. 
Smart modern home, full hasr 
ment. double plumbing. $220 per 
month. To view call D. DOWSLEY, 
Town A Country Realty Ltd., 382- 
727t 


I.ARGE HOME IN LANGFORD 
Glen Lake area. I bedrooms, otl-o- 
matic heat full basement 3 car 
garage, lovely large lot dose to 
school. $200 per month. Reduction 
lot long term lease. Available 
January L <78-2455. 


AVAILABLE NOW 
City, Close in. lovely *-room 
bungalow ( 1 -bedroom) with large 
basement with 5 rooms and bath: 
Mllabie ter 2 families $18Q per 
month Dickie Agencies Ltd- 919 
Fort. 382-4312 (eves 477-4682). 


2-bedroam house, Gorge area, Jan. 
1st. $180 monthly. Include* atove, 
fridge, washer and dryer. Also 
drapes and carpets. Drlve-ln garage 
and largr basement Rental dept, 
Mayfair Realty Ltd, S8B-2B55. 




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P. R. BROWN RENTALS 
Hie People to See . . . PRB 


830 DOUGLAS STREET — Office 
mace available from 235 aq. ft 
$50 per month. Ideal for medical 
and dental profession. 

733 JOHNSON STREET - Ware 
house space, upper floors. 3.000 to 
12.(00 sq. ft Use of freight elevator 
$150 per month tor 6,000 aq. ft. 
FORT ROYAL MEDICAL BUILD¬ 
ING - 1900 Richmond Ave. Choice 
te prime egflea space from 470 aq 

a. 


P. R. BROWN k SONS LTD 

m Fort Street 3856435 


ESQUIMALT 

OFFICE OR WAREHOUSE 
SALES SPACE 

available to reepomihle tenants 
Built to sperdficattons. 
CONCORD DEVELOPMENT CORP. 
LTD. 

388-5471 


FOR 

24 HOUR SERVICE 


CALL THE MONEY 
NUMBER TODAY 
385-9741 


Mortgage Department 
J. A. Henderson Realty Ltd. 

1010 Rlanahard St. or 
John Lukaz Evea. 502-1908 


JOHNSON ARCADE 

722 JOHNSON STREET 

Modern retail shops and office* at 

very reasonable rates available 

now. 

LANSDOWNE PROPERTIES LTD. 
TELEPHONE 592-7111 


THREE OFFICES 
One good sized and two smaller 
offices Suit professional operation. 
Details wllh Mr. Devine. CUy 
Brokerage. 3863547 


NEAR MAYFAIR. 1400 SQ. FT. 
healed warehouae with 2 offices 
Outdoor fenced, locked are* Re¬ 
served parking, $25C per month 188- 


RECEPTIONS. M EETtNGS, 
DANCES, etc. Kitchen Facilities. 385- 

9034 

MONTREAL TRUST 
1067 Fort 188-2111 


PRIME MEDICAL OFFICE SPACE 
a t a 11 a b 1 e now. 1175 Cook SL 
Apply Ste 302 or phone 3889212. 
Boorman Investment Co. Ltd. 


YARROW BLDG. ME DICAL 
Suite, Include* Dr's office and 1 
examining rooms, 56U sq ft. $151 SQ 
Royal Trust. 388-9311 


GROUND LEVEL OFFICE SPACE. 
SB sq. ft., opp. Union Club, Royal 
Trust, 3884311. 


FOR RENT OR LEASE 
Commercial shop space on large lot 
cloae to city centre. 185-8442. 


2nd MORTGAGE LOANS 
FROM PRIVATE FUNDS 

WITHOUT BONUS 
At a ruUy-dtedoeed and reaaoratde 
interest cort chargeable only from 
the data at loan to the day of 

w£*CAN USUALLY OBTAIN A 
HIGHER PRICE for your second 
mortgage or agreement VICTORIA 
and UP-ISLAND Your document 
can lie appraised for Immediate 
sale for cash without obligation or I 
will arrange a loan against thl* 
document to save you money If this 
plan Is best for your rlroumatancea. 

COUNTRY. UP-ISLAND 
AND GULF ISLANDS 
„ MORTGAGES 
REFINANCING A SPECIALTY 

VACANT LAND AND 


LAND DEVELOPERS, 
LOANS ANYWHERE 


Pleas* aaH Mr. Thomas at 

DOUGLAS HAWKEE LTD. 

990 BLANSHARD ST. 

Res. 479-0382 


MONEY AVAILABLE 


If you require a loan we 
have the following amounts 
available for First Mort¬ 
gages at competitive mter- 
eit rates: $5,000, $6,000, 

$7,000, $8,000, $10,000 $12,000, 
$13,000, $20,000. 


P. R. BROWN k SONS LTD. 
762 Fort Street 385-3435 


MONEY TO LOAN FOR 

AGREEMENTS FOR RALE 
-INTERIM FINANCING 
—SECOND MORTGAGES 
—DEBT CONSOLIDATION 
-HOME IMPROVEMENTS 
OR 

YOUR PRESENT MORTGAGE OR 
AGREEMENT MAY BE PUR¬ 
CHASED. 

CALL NOR.MAN L. ROSS or 
KELLY F.. DICKSON. 3B6-1S8I 
CANADA PERMANENT TRUST 
COMPANY 

FORT AND DOUGLAS 


1. Sol Id-sound-proofing 

2. Pro satirised hallways 
3 Wall-to-wall carpet 

4. Controlled entrance (tatarwm.) 

5. Spacious suites 

"LET'S NOT FEAR THE WHITE 
PAPF- R' tNVEST AND GROW 
WITH CROWN REALTY. TOM 
DUNCAN 477-24®, Off: *5-8731 
BILL JENSEN 477-8340, Off: 38MTJ1 
Crown Realty G. D, Pester 
Holding* Ltd. 727 Johnson 9L 


CASH FOR YOU 


HALLS AVAILABLE: MEETINGS, 
Wedding*, Parties. PRIOR'S restaur¬ 
ants 384-8914 or 382-47U 


1500 SQ. FT SUITABLE FOR 
workshop or storage, automatic 
heat, 3840333. 479 " 


MODERN GROUND FLOOR OF- 
flee approx. 90(1 aq. nicely parti¬ 
tioned off. 23 Cadillac Ave 479-6224 


LARGE OR SMALL HALL 
rent. Elks Club 384-4413. 


STORE AVAILABLE, 
se. 382-8728. 


140 PERSONAL LOANS AND 
INSURANCE 


Money for homeowners. Any 
worthwhile purpose. Monthly 
payments you can afford to 
make. Call AVIS at 386-9715 
or evea., 385-4165. 


141 MORTGAGE LOANS AND 
INSURANCE 


HOW MUCH MONEY 
DO YOU NEED- 
Home equity money Immediately 
available. Call Len Parkin or Ray 
Patrick at ABELL 38875*. 


I WILL BUY YOUR EXISTING 1ST 
or 2nd mtge. or agreement for tale 
for cash, immediately on appraisal 
For fast action call my agent 
Lnveeco Realty anytime 182-9111. 


if yoa have cold $bur home and 
are carrying a balance on 
agreement ter sale, or second 
mortgage, and would Ilka all 
your cash now, we will buy 
your agreements or second 
mortgage ter cash. 

Jort phone 3856741 
848 Fori 

J. Donald Smith Ltd. 


Money available to BUY 
BUILD REMODEL ... at 

REFINANCE. We loan to ell areas. 
Agreements far Sale, and Mort 
gages bought and acid. Equity 
M a rtgagei. complete mortgage 
service Borrow an your equity for 
any worthwhile purpose. QUICK — 
CONFIDENTIAL SERVICE 
BOULTBEE. SWEET REALTY 
LIMITED 

A Yorkshire Trust Affiliate 
737 Fart Street - 188-5561 


FAIRFIELD 
3-SUITER 
$7,000 DOWN 
$7,000 DOWN 

Spotless Triplex located at 

™»r »» see featuring three" 
1-bedroom Kites w*th separate 
meteri and entrance. Store* d* 
fridge* included. Double lusjr 
Fuk[ bmnnent. Auto OH He*' 
NEVER A VACANCY. Fun Price, 
$31,900. 

DICK JAMES, 385-2481 

Sadnarton, 8tewart Clark, Ltd 


6 SUITES - $48,500 

Showing excellent returns. Com¬ 
pletely new Inside, cshtnel*. W-W 
carpets, furnace, etc. Try vour 
offer and down payment. Vendor 
will carry halancs. 


HOMEOWNERS: BORROW 
THE MONEY YOU NEED. 
FAVOURABLE TERMS, 
LOW MONTHLY PAY¬ 
MENTS. CALL 386-2451. 
AVCO DELTA RLTY. LTD 


I WILL U3AN YOU MONEY ON 
the equity. In your Real Estate 
Immediately an sppMtsal. For fast 
action Call my agent lovi 
Realty, anytime. 362-9111. 


LET "MR MORTGAGE IN 
VICTORIA" arrange a 
better dollar deal for you) 
Private Inveetors, lowest 
rates- C«41 DON HARVEY. 
38541187. 


MORTGAGE LOANS 

First mortgages available up ta any 
am:uni at current interest rales 
^ulck decisions 


BRAND NEW 
34 SUITES 

Thl* building Is constructed and 
finlahed to high itaadards with 
superior souuodproaflog throughout 
building. For full particulars can 
385-7721 RICK KINNIS <79-183* 
GARDNER AGENCIES LTD 


REST HOME 
LICENSED FOR 16 


Building in top condition, 
situated on % acre. Good 
money maker and perfect 
holding for future use. Call 
Ben Parent, 382-5219, office 
382-8117. Newstead Realty. 


IROWN BROS AGENCIES LTD 


1125 Blanshard SI. 


$85-8771' Hie, 20 roams. 3880558. 














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fllllg ClolflnUt, Victorto, B.C., Soturday, Dtc. 20, 1969 20 

1150 HOUSES FOR SALE ' 150 HOUSES FOR SALE 


BUSINESS 

OPPORTUNITIES 


HOtD ft/ R/WAT 5 

GOltfON HERE?/ 


BUT,-DOM*/- \ THAT'S EASY/ THE 
WUATU Vi SAY ) KID WAS W6H ON 
HAPRENiD? y MUGS-AMO W6 


J. H. WHITTOME 
A CO. LTD. 


J. H. WHITTOME 
A CO. LTD. 


Fori St. Kfltkb'd 1»B 

Day or Night 188-4271 

Victoria, Duncan, Chatnalnua 


708 Fort St. ErtV* 1 

Day or Might MM371 

Victoria. Duncan, Chemalnu* 


BUT COULDKT/ 
READY?1 


NEW LOW PRICE 
523,500, TERMS 
maplewood family home 

Bright, anil canatnjcted home, 
■Huatad on large high lot Thla 
home wai built 11 jraara ago and 
contain a a large bright living roan, 
dining room, electric kitchen. 4-pce 
bath. 2 apadoui bfldrooma on the 
main floor and two bedrooena up 
Full, high, bright haaemant. Thla 
home la ao con van lent Full price 
only S29.BH. With terma Plaaaa dial 
Cliff Stretch offlda WM371 or Rea 
507-2988. 


- OPEN HOUSE - 
165 BEECH WOOD 
2-4 P.M. SAT. 
Gracloua home, cloee to the tea. I 
bdima. Iga llv. rm. with flreplace. 
Elect, cab. kit Completely renova¬ 
ted Excellent value at |B,*0. 
Excellent terma 

GARY MENZEL 
388-4271 Off. Res. 384-7650 


TRUST OO. LTD. 
1280 Douglas St. 


!!! INVESTMENT OPPOR¬ 
TUNITIES M! 
EXCELLENT REVENUE 
APARTMENTS 

17 Sum near new aparmmt 
block — centrally located. No 
vacanclea — Aaklng 1212,500 with 
terma_ 

30 SUira apartment — Juat ] 
completing — excellent location. 
Aaktog (34,500 with excellent 
terma_ 

98 StTlTK apartment near com¬ 
pletion. doaa to loam. Aaklng 
1480.000 with (305,000 let mort¬ 
gage 

54 surra Apartment Rockland 
area — In Vlctoria'a moat 
definable area — no vacanclea — 
Aaklng >080 000 with (420.000 ftrat 
mortgage at I per cent tntereat 

Excellent Tax Shelter 
For further information call 
HARRY COOK cr 
DON CLARK 
388-5451 24 hrs. 

“The r e v en u e Property 
Specialists" 


SERVICE STATION 
AND HOME, J37.900 


Located on a law traffic lane, 12 
m4tea from Victoria Preiaen, raamar 
k retiring and effera tide exrriler*. 
dear tide property with aa mm u 
(30.000 dewto and batance by 
agreement for aale at 8 per cant. 
Cray 2-badroom, modem hcane 
Adjacent to the 2 -bay, weS-etjulp- 


OPEN HOUSE 
Saturday 1:30 hi 4:30 
59 HOWE STREET 
I or I bedroom, part baaement. 
bungalow offering modem living In i 
a charming location jurt tt block | 
from Dallaa Rd. Living room with ] 
red brick fireplace, aep. dining. 
room, wall-to-wall carpeting and hot 
water heating. A email lovely 
garden with aep. garage. Priced to 
aell quickly at *21.900 

EDITH GUTEMAR 
388-4271 Off. Res. 385-8842 


It 1 * thelq. 

Nothing 
but it motet 
_ difficult 


JUST RIGHT FOR 
YOU AND YOURS 
522,500 

You have to SEE to BELIEVE the 
Immaculate condttlcn Of thla LIRE 
NEW 2-bedroom stucco home — 
full baaement — plastered Marior 
— Hardwood Boon — Fireplace — 
multi c u pboard Kitchen. Drtvfl-ln 
garage. Schoola. shopping and 
transportation. Move In for ftoriat- 
maa — phone us to view RIGHT 


Hut I om...ituac In the hou»* 
for days now, without a d tant 
iuaik.Au I get art Utile strolls 
•— L round the garden ,_^ 


A MONEY MAKER 


Fish and Chip* take-out buadneea 
'yielding very good return In a 
developing High Rite area. Excel 
lent location lor chicken branchiae 
aa well ai pfaza outlet All 
rqulpmmt In good conililan. New 


DEAR SANTA CLAUS: 

OPEN HOUSE 
5268 SANTA CLARA 
AVENUE 

Saturday 1:30 to 4 p.m. 

Flnlabad to perfection — thla lovely 
new home la vacant and waiting tor 
acme lucky family who wtih a 
country atmoaphere. yet be only a 
abort drive to City. Located cat one 
of tha prettieit atreeta In beautiful 
Cordova Bay. where the Dogwood 
tree a create a profusion of bloom In 
the Springtime. Spar I oua living and 
dining room a have large picture 
wind owe with pleaaant vlewa of Elk 
Lake. Large aututy kitchen with 
quality walnut cablneta and 
entrance to huge aunderir. I 
hedrooma, lli bathe complete 'he 
main floor Down kt the high, 
ground level baaement la a finished 

ret room with open fireplace, extra __-.™ 

bedroom or den and defame hath. 1880 BEACH DRIVE 
plua room for a large workeho* r»A*f o * V 

i the lower floor would make a ^ 

deluxe In-law aulte with minimum SAT. 2-4:30 PJlf. 

«*»'•. F 1 "'*_coai struct ton with b* »ura tn see thla ideal family 

P ! —M? ttru-out hom „ located tn a mort corvanient 
C8.901. I Tur n ri ght off Pet Bay ar ee of Oak Bay, 1 bedrooms on 
Hiway onto Cordova Bay Road, then „atn floor plua 1 bedroom or den 
right onto Santa Clara) to mil high baanmont Larga L 

(MRS.) GERRY HUTTON ahaped living dining room with 

388-4271 Off. or Res. 386-3927 SSS'JSfZ 


WHITTOME’S BUY, SELL 
AND TRADE HOMES 


( aeat 

Seven 

licence. 

Marina 


PANKS IS DIE JOINTS FROM 
WHENCE COMES ALL SCRATCH I 
THEY’S SOMETHIN ’ WWN & WITH 
OUR HANKIN'SYSTEM WHEN A 
BANK AIN'T GOT NO 0 REAPJ 


WHAT PYA MEAN TA AINTGOT 
NO MONEY?] WHO EVER HEARD 

ac-.OFA0ANKTH0UT 

7 NOMONEYi ... 


AN ' HOWYA ' SPECTUS&ANK 
ROGERSTMAKE A LIVIN '? 
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m m EXANVNER HEARS 
M # ABOUTTHIS . 1 ! 


E "SINCE 1887” E 


MLS REALTOR 


Commercial flared property 
J blocks frean 'The Bay” 

DauMaa «. burtneaa Block 
Offloa and Warehouse vary reaaon- 
Call Gian Mrringrr 

185-2458 Rea. 477-98TS Byron Price A 


Investment Property 
540,000 

I view lota, each 60 x 120 ' aide by 
aide. 1 duplex, rented. Revenue (185 
per mo. 2 family home, 7 rooms 
Older, Ml baaemaiL 3 vacant lota, 
paved driveway, fruit tinea AJJ 
on ae*r, arawd duplex or alngle 
family dwetttng. Further Information 
3X4-4982. D. L. Macdceiell 388-5555. 

B.C. Land 


NEAR CENTRAL HIGH 

A 2-etorey home wtth large atore 
adjoining In front, rultable for 
moat retail outleta. Haa operated tor 
many yean aa grocery, confectionery 
and coffee ahop. Btneea dictolea an 
urgent tala. For full particulars 
picaae anotact Exclusive Agent tor 
owner FRANK BUTLER. 384-8121 
PEMBERTON, HOLMES LTD 

COFFEE SHOP 


150 HOUSE5 FOR SALE 


110 HOUSES FOR SALE 


150 HOUSES FOR SALE 


150 HOUSES FOR SALE 


150 HOUSES FOR SALE 


OPEN HOUSE 


OPEN BOUSE 
OPEN HOUSE 
SATURDAY 1:20-4 P.M 
2118 PANAV7EW HEIGHTS 
CENTRAL SAANICH 
(Out Pat Bay Highway, left at 
Keating X Rd., right at Veyaiieia 
and left at Paaavlew Height* 

BRAND NEW LISTING 
BRAND NEW , 

LAM BRICK BUILT 
3-BEDROOM 
FULL BASEMENT 
BEAUTY 
*28,500—WITH 
TERMS TO SUIT 

Located an a new eul-de-eae on a 
larga lever 15,000 aq. ft.) view lot, 
thla Medallion borne, cnoatructed 


KER ft STEPHENSON 
LIMITED 
680 Broughton 


MAYFAIR 

REALTY 

LTD. 

Woodward'a Mayfair Centra 
*153 Douglaa a. tm 


ISLAND PACIFIC 
REALTY LTD. 

3200 Quadra 
388-6231 Anytime 


NEW YEAR! 

NEW HOME! 

Don't wall wait aprlng whan prtrea 
will undoubtedly Increase — BUY 
NOW and gel a BARGAIN Here la 
a selection with Immediate flecu- 
pancy. 

1— 47*1 CARLO* PLACE 

BRAND NEW a I rant 1(00 aq ft. 
oa main floor. 2 badrooma. 2 
bathrooms, many extra*. Welt 
below market value at (*9.950. 
excellent taunt, varan*. 

2— 4188 BRACKEN AVENUE 
RRAND NEW 1 bedroom a with 
roam for S or & 3 bathroom! 
Creatwood cablneta Broad] oom 
to living, dining roam and 
haDwaya VACANT. 

P8.5H 

2-998 LAMPSON PLACE 

Not brand new but kt top 
rendition. 3 bedroom brngatow 
with 3 more down 2 bathroom a. 
Lovely location. Owner haa 
bought elsewhere. 

02.908 

4 2823 ORIOLE STREET 

In the highly derirafaia LANS- 
DOWNE ana. 1 bedrooms with 
one down. Built 1258 under 
M.H.A merKtoallfxia. Vacant. 

HUM 

Far further information an any ana 
ai [hear properties call — 

384-02* MR. GREENE 285*191 


w Office 
icaa for 
All new 
figure. 


D. F. HANLEY 
AGENCIES 


3831 PERSIMMON DR. 
526,900 

Spa clout flue room bunga¬ 
low plua extra living ac- 

.- ‘ * “ bate 


ROCKLAND AVENUE 

PRIVACY IN THE LOVELY GAR¬ 
DEN, VIEW OF THE WATER AND 
THE MOUNTAINS. ENTERTAIN¬ 
ING SIZE LIVING AND DINING 
ROOM. BRIGHT KITCHEN. 
THREE BEDROOMS. FULL 
BASEMBNT, RUMPUS ROOM, 
DOUBLE DRIVE-IN GARAGE. 
ASKING (37,800. CALL 385-852* 

RON McCONNAN 


3293 DOUGLAS STREET 
385-7281 


OPEN HOUSE 
OPEN HOUSE 
SIDE-BY-SIDE DUPLEX 
915 McCLURE 
SATURDAY, 1:30-4:30 

room, living 1 

--,-. .iltchen and 4- 

pce. bath. Situated on a valuable 
lot IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 
Owner will ooniider ail reaaonable 1*90 SQ. FT. ON THE MAIN 
off ere on down payment and full FLOOR. ALL EXTRA LARGE 
price of (24.900. For prior viewing ROOMS, SPECTACULAR VIEW, 
call LOU BLOOMFIELD. 386-2955 or TUB BASEMENT HAS A LOVELY 
593-6418. IN-LAW SUITE WITH ITS OWN 

ENTRANCE. ALL NEWLY 
PAINTED. PARKING FOR THREE 
CARS. 

PRICED AT (39,000 CALL 383-852* 

RON McCONNAN 


commodatioo 
meut Early poaaeaalon can 


4 oilmgea to City Hall Short walk HOBBY HUNTER 

In all achoola ahopplng and Irani 

portation. U00 aq ft 3 Bedrooms, Thla advert!ilng and publication 
full basement, balconiea. carport on business mutt be an id quickly. A 
each Me. plua many more feature* very profitable part-time opportun 
Artdng 1*6,500. Good terma, G. By *3.000 could handle, balance on 
Devlin — *0-2780 easy terma. 385 8741 J. Donald 


24-HOUR SERVICE 


■ ASK US ABOUT ‘AIMS' OUR 
NO COST CONTINENT WIDE 
RELOCATION PLAN " 


Through" atreat la a moat 
dealrable area. Wall tread 
lot *6xM0. For further 
particular* and appointment ( 
to view pirate call B. F. Two bedroom*, dint 
Gorely 385-3411 or Haa. 388 room with fireplace. 
578T. 1 “ "" ' 1 


OPEN HOUSE 
3274 GALLOWAY 
2-4 S*t. 

Brand new liking Charming, warm 
and apacinua la the tmly way in 
deacrlba thla excellent 5-bed room 
family home Quality featore. 


OOMMERCIAL BUILDING 
S30.000 camera block building, 
OOM healing, waahroom. garage 
ant ranee. Lt* affxllo 1 ploae to Inner 


VERY CLOSE IN 
One of Vlctoria'a older hornet 
coataMng over 40 rooma oaUrlnr 
to mock aooght aftw low rmtal 
acoommodatfon to offered now for 
tala a* elderly owner wlabea to 
retire EXCELLENT LOCATION, 
generoua terma available to re 
apotadbto boyar Pull datalla etc 
Call FRANK BUTLER, 384-8126 
PEMBERTON, HOLMES LTD. , 

FAIRFIELD 
(7.8K1 PER surra 
25 SUITES 

Groat rental *21640 Net *17.800 .. 

Immaculate condltlcai with new U you are cnmldaring aeUlng your 
fridge* itrrvea. automatic waahera, baatoeaa. Inquire about the advan- 
copper plumbing. H acre of land, togea ai placing your Hating In 
Located In the prime rental area, experienced hanto W* have boy- 
never a vacancy. Truly an In- era for grocery atorea. apartment!, 
ventora dream. Call Sin Purchea. mouia and farma Is all price range! 
477 5200 or 477-515L Stuart De- For profeialonal aervlre at no extra 
valopanenta Ltd. coat wrila or phone B. L Knelaon 


LOW DOWN PAYMENT!! 1 
BRAND NEW HOMES!! 
$25,500 J25.900 


TWO — not me but TWO 
exceptionally well built 
modem hooia la the 
inrreaalngly papular Col- 
wood area among aQ new 
home*. One aptit-level i 
Three bedroomi. cab-elect, 
kitchen plua eattog area. 
Dining room plua flreplace. 
Beautifully flnltowd Full 
high baaement! COMPARE 
THESE PRICES wtth uy 
at equal c-atfhre AND 
OPEN TO OFFERSI!! 
Builder anxlout to dear up 
for year end. 


4« tUSINESS 

OPPORTUNITIES WANTED 

MOTELS AND HOTELS 
BUSINESSES WANTED 


NEW! 

TWO FULL BATHS 
1260 SQUARE FEET 
And aeamieaa floor* in kitchen ami Spotlessly clean modern 2 or 
bathroeena. T h r ee hedrooma. full . 

ba.eo.eni. dnuNe garage and oa 3-bedroom home in the best 
a ewer *38,400 with low down pay- part of Oak Bay. Full price 
ment pnn'bl#. Phonp GEORGE *«i r/u> p ^ . * 

wall, 3862956 or 478-5WL $31,500. For appointment to 

view call Mrs. Petersen, 388- 

- 6231. 

WALL-TO-WAIJL COUNTRY SPECIAL 

CARPETING Modern 2-bedroom full 

basement home on V% acre I 

inret Marooon. Joh ■ rnoana on , _ 

with the fourth bedroom in property In beautiful Brent -1 

meut. ^ rampua room a—rty won- WOQ( J. Full price $22,500. 

Piet*. Fully landscaped Moving to PCTFRtIFV W«t1 

I Edmonton wtth quick aala required MRS. PET&KJjfc.N, 388-Ut31 
and quick ppiaeMnn poaathia Good 

FAIRFIELD 
$19,900 

Attractive, cmvaoienUy tone ted, no- 
baaement home featuring two 

hedrooma, hardwood floon. f 1 r e - 
QUICK POSSESSION place m4 extra large tottlty room 
rd A NIT. M riv kltotien. Call 38Sa2Sl anytime. 

tSKAINU P4E,VY Prtrr Bardon or Anne Duggan 

MARIGOLD AREA 

Very altractiva ranchwtyla home 

with baavy totaka root Tbare art * STARTER 

hedrooma plu. apace tor third or Thla pretty tore-bedroom cottage, 

[ recroattoo 


CORDOVA BAT 
BRAND NEW 
3-BEDROOA4 
114 BATHROOMS 
FULL BAAEMENT 
DOUBLE CARPO RT 
*32900 WITH 
EXCELLENT 
FINANCING 

For p r e v iew touarlng or at 

information CaH ROBERT ' 
383-4134 anytime. 


OPEN HOUSE 
LANGFORD 

28*5 CARLOW ST. 

SAT. 1:30 TO 4:30 

3 Hedrooma Utility room. Akin, oil 
heal. J Rouen nuttage on Uae 
property tor gneata, m-Iewi or extra 
tocotne- 

(19.508 

HARRY WOOD 

1*8-4271 Oft Rea 992-TM1 


OPPORTUNITY! 


OAK BAY SOUTH 

Now I* the Haw to bay that heme 
la Soak Oak Ray yoa have alwava 
wanted. All be aenvaotanaa you 
raa think ai. but, More* acfcool., 
parka, and toa aaa. AK wdhln earv 
walking distance Thia attrariive 
bwngaimr it more qackxa then u 
appaa rm from tha dnd In addlilnn 
la tke Cvlng room dining room. 


RECIPE FQR A 
HAPPY FAMILY 

Take oh iars* living room 22x14 
with ftoor io celling flreplace and 
add It to an In-line dining room 
14x10" Next pour io one large 
kltcbaai designed for atop caving 
convenience with a corner window 
above alnk, that often a beautiful 
panoramic view. Next atep ia 
aaay. Right ait the kitchen you 
dowdy and relaxtogly add U» 
panelled den with buDt-ln bar and 

fridge- Add now cna bedroom 
next to den and travel down the 
hall and pop In a matter bedroom 
built for tit* ultimate in comfort 
with Ita own bofliromn. Now blend 
thla with the bed hot water 
heating, too it off with a dnuhie 
garage and yaa kava Jurt baked 
a quality tonne wttldn tha 1 mite 
rtrei*. Jurt ana mare atep! Add 
one wortbwtole trip peat »74 
Greenrldg* Creacent aad then call 
Doai Meaaage or Rryoo Jeevea at 
385-77*1 to view. Aaklng only 

*32.900! 


IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 
WITH DOWN PAYMENTS 
AS LOW AS *1,590 You 
will have io move feat and 
call 385-3411. 


BUSINESSES WANTED 


SNOW WHITE BEAUTY 
$38,900 

CHECK THESE FEATURES THEN 
CALL TO VIEW 
- Ranch*- Htyla 18 raoa old). 
—Large laadanaped tot. 

—Undergroand wiring. 

—Separata dining room 
—3 hdrmt. maker en aulte 
—W.W. carpet, all room* 

—Full beaemenl — OOM beat 
Rar room — Extra plianbtng. 

—Ccrdova Bay area. 

Call 388-43T1 off or Rea 47^5848 

BILL ANDERSON 


f. LANSDOWNE 
J EXECUTIVE 
>n DEUGHTFUL VIEW 

£ BEAUTIFULLY MAIN- [ terma. Pleaaa oak 

1 TA1NED 4-BEDBOQM HOME 38*955 or 418-5881 

IN HIGH PRESTIGE AREA 
*- Over UK aq. ft. aa main 

m floor. On* bedroom can be 

th den-atody, la panelled and 

k Ha* flreplace. Gaert tire 

ull dining room Large rah 

eiecL kitchen plua nook 
)R WW carpeting over oak 

*• floor*. Panoramic view of 

74 city, bedroom, ree. roam. 

. furnace nxxa and wra k - 

ahop. Lovely tandaraped 
0,1 ground* Large enclosed 


SanSMiWriM hoyen ' *» mo,eta ' hotel,. 

TO MISS THIS. CONCORD REALTY JSSitodtol aerttoe Call'raXa 

_ Pleaae call B. L. Knelaon ta- T J 

I SUTTER. I YEARS OLD. WITH 22 PFAI-lra'rift ITri 

apactota room* Meal for amventem NANAIMO REALTY CO. LTD. 
Into prefltabie light houaekeering Dlvlilon of 

operation in the heart of Sootoe GREAT NATIONAL LAND AND 
where It would fill a need. On an INVESTMENT CORP LTD. 

11.000 *q. n jot. Asking price of , - 7 , _ ■■ ■■ -- 

883 000 inohadea extra adjacent lot of GUEST HOUSE 

70.000 aq. ft tor expanrtrm Excel- CC 7 T IT'I T nil/ niv 

lent terma Ham* J Btfean* ai 383- H AI 

7115 main Realty Lid 1800 Cook Thla ia an exceUcof operation for a 

St VIMnrta B.C. cnuike — and an worttwatilie 


393 LAMPSON STREET 

la a delightful 2 bedroom bungalow 
on a apacloaa tot rinaa to 
FLEMING PARE aad toe BOAT 
RAMP. Ideal for a retired couple or 


the snail* family at It effera a 
tided bedroom or dee la tha 
hvart level. Luxautodrty ear- 
paled wtth hreoiBoam ia Being 
roam, hall and tmfcooena. adding 
doara opea to a aundack from th* 
dining area aad Uketa® 

See tola tree today before tt goea! 

Priced af B3.3H leraaa 
384-928 MR GREENE 385-47793 


20% PLUS MAS 

Tax Shelter — Invertment* etc.. ghtr 

rail It what you like. Thla la juat - 

a good producer with good 
management or operate yourself, 149 
fun detail! by railing Jack Young. 
385-MU. No drive-fay or addfea* 

Ker A Stephenson 


_ room living men haa 

oak Bean and bait* fireplace with 
raised hearth. Spacioua cabinet elec¬ 
tric kitchen with fan. aiding glaaa 
door to ground level petto. Four- 
piece bathroom, separate utility 
room plumbed and wired tor toaaher 
and dryar. All plaster interior. Ex¬ 
cellent flnanrlng. low dawn payment. 
Asking only Bi Ml FRANK BOIJS- 
FIKLD, W8-2S55 


NEW LISTING 
FAIRFIELD, $25,000 

Completely renovated home In moat 
desirable area. Contain* 4 bed¬ 
room* 2 complete bathroom, 
fireplaces in both flvtag roam and 
dining roam, lavrty deu. Fully 
modem kitchen. Attached garage. 
Large lot auurea parking tor boat 
or trailer. One block to boa rtttpa. 
i school Terms can fa* arranged.; 
Thla la a Haaas that haa all the 
character of the Older home pta* 
ail the conveofeucea and ea*y 
living of a new hcane. 

JOHN BUNYAN 
388-4271 Bui. Res. 477-4513 


LISTINGS WANTED 


HIGH SEAVIEW 
EXPERIMENTAL FARM 
$27,500 

Thla Immaculate home la art In a 

C -tura of lawns and ahruba. 

rg* Hving room with flreplace. 
2 Badrooma and a den. Baaement 
haa a rttiUty and father'! werfc 
ahop. Bering fa believing, ao nail 
Bob Hagua or Churic Andrew* 38b 
7T8L 


LiSTINGS APPRECIATKD 
We need your help. QUICK E 


CEE NT SERVIQK. borne*. 


4 BLOCKS FROM CITY HALL 
Valuable light tnduxtrtal roc 
properly with large older bri 
house. Lot da 50 x 140. Terri 
g«enllai comer property. Art 


3060 UPLANDS ROAD 
TUDOR DESIGN 
NOW REDUCED, $45,000 

YOU ARE INVITED TO SKE THE 
CHANGES In tola flae Upland, 
family hroaa wfto Ita MODERN 


VACANT 

NEWLYWEDS DREAM 

NO MTGK TO RAEa: 
ao EASY TO BUY 
TRY YOOR DOWN PAYMENT 
perteaa 2 -badroom smaller hone 
teaullft* lot with view Taxes only 
50 per year. Move in for Xmaa 
taking (LI,300. 

RACHEL PARSONS 
*to ilia. Rea 385IMB3 


sl sunn. 

White 380-1281 


LISTINGS WANTED 04 
Langford. Colwnod. Metriurtn 


RON Mac DONALD, *85X771. 
Cmam Really G. D Paakar Hnkjlngi 
L'd. 727 Johaaon Street 


NEW DECOR mraugtiotd. Till, 
eicgafd turtir dt^fayti Ml artward 


LEVKRTON REALTY 
Multiple Hating agent. 
*858012 


DRIVE BY 
985 ABBEY ROAD 
SEA VIEW 

will appreciate the excellent 
On of thla flna J hdrm Id* 
sent home presently under 


OPEN HOUSE 

OPEN HOUSE 
SAT.. 1-4 P M 
NEW RUCKER HOME 
*777 Central Saanich Rd. 

<QO Keating X Rd.) 

3-hadroom. 4-pc. vanity bath..______ 

dining room. living rants with offers (Trade, Oanridercd). F 
fireplace oat panellad wall. Bright further lnformatkn phone *88-427L 
kitchen w I th custom cabinet* RTT J. ANDERSON 
gtoimlng oak flooring and ao-wax 

fartiion B o o , tog. Full 9 ft. ba earn ant Re*. 479-6648 

p T2S2L ,0r BRUCE OOLEGRAVE 

forth bedroom, rumpoi room. _ ___ 

wnrkahap and laundry area, plua Res. 382-9902 

anndeek and carparl. 

SET AMONG OTHER FINE NEW 
HOMES AND WITH A VIEW OF 
CENTRAL SAANICH 
WF. ARE ASKING *27.500 
YOUR OFFERS INVTTED 
BILL NESBITT IN ATTENDANCE, 

OR CALL 388-4124 ANYTIME 
McAdams Hiveatmentk Ltd. 


RITHET AGENCIES 
. LIMITED 

714 Fort St. 382- 


150 HOUSES FOR SALE 


-13x12 guart rtrad separata dining 

room. 

-Mailer bedroom haa larga wrik-ln 
otoart with aaldRIanal reading or 
aun room a Harried.. offering 
aeparaie entry fat raar garden and 
main bathroom. 

—Attractive deo with flraplaoe and 
second bedroom ptna 2 ptac* 
bathroom on raato ftoar. 

—Full baarmera with Wd hadinrei. 
3 plena badhroon. atari*, mid 
roam, flic., w«to new Coppar King 
w*»er beta, atAtona Oc B.W 
heating umt Circular Ron* rtlva 
plot aaparato garage. 

-Potential Mr 2 or I antra 
bedrooms on aaeond floor. 

For your showing or extra Intorma- 
llon phone 
CUFF ANDERSON 

384-812* or 4T7-3M4 


EXCmNG NEW 
S-BF.DROOM HOMES 
BUILT BY 
HUGO RUCKER 
NOW 

AVAILABLE FOR 
YOUR INSPECTION 
AND CONSIDERATION 
1—L ANGFOHD LAKE. SX8DD 

'TWOI. 

2 CENTRAL SAANICH. (37.808 
(JUST ONE LEFT). 

• DEAN PARK-NORTH &AANKB. 


NEW &-S DUPLEX REDUCED TO 
(3*401 Ready far I m mad let* noev 
nancy. Eaofa tide haa I badrooma, 
2 halhrooma Carpeting. Near Town 
and Com try at *11-*11 Dura Ave. 
Driva by. Call Don Tregflar, 477- 
18S Mr ftrthar tnfcrmaUon. Unl- 
vartdty RaaJty Ltd. 

ESQUIMALT DUPLEX 
One hedronm Bp and down — 
presently rented at *100 and *95. 
50x148- 104 . S17.BI Full price. Phone 
RA Y SMITH. IM-mil Broadview 

Properties Ltd 


A. BERNARD ft CO. LTD. 


rORT AND BROAD STREETS 


VICTORIA WEST 

2 Bedroom hone, nforiy renovated 
mrada. naw furraca wiring, plixnb- 
Ing *to Fuu cflmenf basemanL 
Situated on aakllr malntaiaad lot 
Large 7 per cant A/S can ba 
aaaumfld. 

ASKING (1.1,900 00 

_E. WILKINSON 

Off. 382-4251 Re*: *52-2739 


IIGHT 


BROADVIEW PROPERTIES 


CORDOVA BAY 
WATERFRONT 
60 FT. SAND BEACH 

I bedroom. 7 rooms In all 
Mildly bum rider family 
home Aaklng (8*000 Call E 
C. itohlmon, 479-4314. Ker 
and Stephenson Ltd. IR8-S41I 

CXJRDON HEAD 
EARLY POSSESSION 
$45,000 

We tiro pleated to be able to 


HOME 

FOR CHRISTMAS 

1407 DAVTQA / 

VACANT AND IMMEDIATE 
POSSESSION nay be had of thla 
atirmrtlva 2-bedroom. "WHITE . B'iFV..’* 

CEDAR SIDING" bungalow In 
,|xiiieaa condition In nice area of 
the GORGE and very ailtable for _ 

RETIREMENT OR YOUNG Ear 

FAMILY. Nice living roam with R ^ -— - - -. — 

flreiAace, a pa clou a and bright NESBITT, 3R3-41M anytime 
electric kitchen wUh arm dining McAdame Inveatmerg* Ud. 
area and 3-pre. Pembroke nathroom 
plua attached garage or workahon. 

Goad size fenced yard with plenfy 
of garden apace for the hnbbviti 
anJ TAXES ONLY *221 94 CROSS 
Reduced tor quick talk to 
$15,900 

Mr. Baifrier, 3B4-K36, M2-2B48 R«* 


NEW LISTING 
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 
Thla Immaculate solid 3 bed¬ 
room home haa been completer 
renovated—iarge aep. dining 
room—wired for Hart, rang* 
. Mil cement basement 1 r »M 

heat—Ideal family home. Aaklng 
only *19.200. To View call 394 
81,11. 

JESSIE McGRATH 


4 -SAN CAPRI (31,900. GORDON 
HEAD (ONLY THREE LEFT) 
5-DEAN PARK - NORTH SAANICH. 

(83.900. tONK LEFT!. 

: zr. r in BRnADMEAii 

ESTATES. *42.900, (ONE LEFT) 
TERMS TO SUIT YOU. 

T^r additional Intormatlon rail 
ROBERT YOtWG or BILL 


3433 HENDERSON ROAD 

BELOW REPLACEMENT-*32,180 

QUICK OCCUPANCY 

I HD RMS. PLUS IN-LAW SUITS 
Thla home la better than new. U la 
■ixitlea,. 7714 owner haa apaeit 
many thousand* 00 improvetnenia 
expecting Io retaato hen aad now 


BUSINESS 

OPPORTUNITIES 


A SECLUDED % ACRE 
RESIDENCE 
GORDON HEAD 

| DISTANT SEA VIEW! 


VICTORIA MOTEL 


he la promoted. There la rich wall- 
to-wall in - ■‘ J — ' “ J 


JUBILEE AREA 


__ _ Halfway* living and 

For a lerge family. Three bedroom! dining room io Ito*. Th* fireplace 
phi, one In baaement, amall loL i, Ariaona atone from floor to 
Modern Utahan. Name your term,, celling. The kitchen haa 31 fL of 
Finn price (M.980 .uphrard,. wilh lifetime floorlrg 

Doug- Bowen W-aiM anytime and large eating area looking over 
parktlke ground, tn the arboot. The 
matter bedroom 1* ll'xW. In th* , 
3955 BLENKINSOP baaement, a lovely totow aulte at tamll'v 
aver 50(1 aq. ft. with full bathroom, isuxl2 
Thlfl uo-rtep bungalow on ApproU- j ( nearing roanplaUor In addition wai.1 

mslaty 1-3 acre of rich Bla-^ •>-— •- - >-• . - - 

murt be add thl, month _ _ _ 

ha, two home* Two bedrooant. I in g^r. 
aeparate dining room, living room family 
with French door, to p»Oo. H“ 1 - •• 

Floara, Fireplace. Modem 
water heal. Aaklng 22S.00G. I 
hear your offer. 

Dou* Bcaren, SB4-8L0I anytime. 

Whitt,an aa, 

GEORGE RANDALL LTD. trt-m ta 

737 PANDORA _ 


offer thla J-bcdrooan Imt on 
poprAar Paula TWrrac*. 114 
hatiwoom,. Full graueifl lev¬ 
el bate rant Urge racraa 
Hob room with firepiaca. and 


BROADVIEW PROPERTIES LTD. 
IBS* JOHNSON ST. M-OMl 


BLOCK BROS. 


1900 Blsnshard St. 


othar 


CLARKE A WALACE 

REALTY LTD. 

880 Broughton *t 386-ff 

Aaroaa from Eatm'i Car Park 


RETIREMENT 8 -' 

— OR YOUNG FAMILY commercial and 

» I have twen Inrirart^ to SELL REVENUE DEPARTMENT 
rt,_ 1280 VISTA HEIGHTS Tha price on Q/Mvtn , . v 

S, thl. property hat been DRASTIC SOUTH OAK BAY 
lal ALLY reduced due to lllnm In th* DRIVE T4V 
™ family For 2 bedrooms. Bring Jrrararu . 
ud room, kitchen, ftiti batemaik. hot 307 SUNNY LANE 
ble «»i«r oil Brad healing, separata |.bed room butgalow altualad 
F. WC«g« and beautiful tot with fruit large (84'xl73'l land oca pad. ae< 
nr tree* and room for davrtopmenl ed lot Lovely era view Fiji 
upatatre, oriy baaement. rircvlar driveway. 

— $18,900 mediate poaaeaalon. Asking B 

8e- E H. Jeffrey. 384-9335; Rea. 477-1551 .SV 


UPLANDS 


STOP!! LOOK!! 

Head my "ad" under “Acreag 
rohunn 1 tf you are looWrrt tor 
amall hcene or Irrvaatinart property. 

BETTY SHEA — 592-9213 


** »*v* 

.Orijaiiaad m properties ml 
thU valuable area, if mg 
are Intereated In buying or 
selling a home in tMt dis¬ 
trict pleaae raM Mr W. E. 


.Owner the conetroctiv* huaband. A drive- rxtrm room and plumbing Main 
|tn garage could be converted to a tcranee to a very high atontord 
--7--V ™ m - (Lease your car SEPARATE ARTISTS STUDIO, fullv 

twbtide the** dayel 1 ) The monthly heated with 8 it lmrth ktrt Window 

-—. eiro rnr -uv —*• •» - a perfect hobby room Owners 

leaving rity. Practlrally priced at 

$39,500 

Viewing by apoialmeot please. 
Drive-fay’* discouraged. 

MR SIMPSON. Rex. 985-7388 

EXCLUSTCE 

RETIREMBa^T SPECIAI, 

attractive atucco bongairw 
'-a 1981 with automatic oil 

--Lwv taxes of *19X18 grot,. 

Sun deck haa tiring room 11 «x20, faardwnd 

Asking ftoac4ona~ktUfin"7iri dlnetia apace 
financing Kitnheti ia 169x21, waU-IOJWall 
Indoor-outikicr carpel Wired for 
electric range and ample cuuoueid 
.pace. Hag and «-Pce balfr*« 
Off. 388-4271 wall-to-wall carpeting 3 taertvrrr" 
hardwood floor* Ml and U.todl 
Utility room 7x17.6 Aundry lug> and 
pkg. furnaoe. Garage off kttdurn, 
i UT v converted to wtrkahcc. work bench 

. «JI and along*. Many attractive bollt-ln 

0 fixture* In thl* Cofly home. Large 

n B nn U u/vMr landacaped arirub*. new hlark- 
COPPFR PIPV ^ driveway. Inaid* toe four mile 

warrn ^ ^ ' ktowportetlon 

HOT WATER —.y *jo (oq 

RNACK TWIG ° nly * °’ w wnOOLFY 

SHOP' 384-8138 «4«1i 

*ccitt,L mCU ' mGH SEAVIEW 


TRADES CONSIDERED 
A SMALLER HOMS WILL BE 
ACCEPTED IN TRADE AS PART 
1 PAYMENT ON OUR 1AWKLY 
LARGE CADBORO BAY HOME 
WHICH CONSISTS OF 4 BED¬ 
ROOMS - 3 BATH — FULL 
BASEMENT - SEMI SECLUDED 
YARD WITH TREES AND 
SHRUBS. THIS EXCELLENT 
FAMILY BUNGALOW IS PRICED 
AT ONLY *33.900 SEE THIS ONE 
AND PRESENT YOUR OFFER C 
BAIRD - 


ETTEMA REALTY 
ETTEMA REALTY 
ETTEMA REALTY 

LTD. 

1802 Cook Si. 383-7115 

SpeoiaJIatng to flatlafbction 

COLWOOD 

DANISH CRAFTSMANSHIP 
DIFFERENT 

Exoulrtte t-bedroom home on targe 
lecluded treed lot. Ranch-,tyle home 
wHh many intriguing features 
Country atmosphere w!th*n 6 mile 
clrcte. Built-In oven and range 
Aaklng J3R.50O. l>hone 3R1-TL15 or 


A HAPPY NEW YEAR 

I* a forego™ conclusion in this new J Thrt C. 

3 B R heme located within waUdng ilbtfM to 
dletance of Town and 00 J- - • ,v --- • 

from school. Full Rami. ____ ___ „ 

over Carport. Buy thl* beauty and j floor and mahogany panel 


385-8794 


(Established 1930) 

1212 BROAD STREET 
383-7174 


B.C. LAND 

ft INSURANCE AGENCY 
LTD. 

922 Government SI. *WK 

'furring B.C 81nca 1883" 


592-7341 Res. 


TRUST CO. LTD. 
1280 DOUGLAS ST. 


CITY 
$9,200 
TORN l&HKD 

One bedroom rturco home edth 
baaement. Slegler cAI healer. Near 
Victoria High Phone .YO-TU5 
J. ETTEMA 


INOUIRE NOW 


and 

HILLSIDE 

SHOPPING CENTRE 


C otog Wkfl l y te*wvai»4 J -e * 
herifTMa*. family home. All coppar 
pitting, new wiring, electric hoi 1 
well* tank and automatic all hot 
air furnace. Ful haaemant 
Vacant, Immediate poaaeaalon. 
Lew, down paymenl Aaklng *15,7® 
Oaf Ken, Waiters Rea 385-1830 ot 
Dirk Okker Re* 479-410! 


HARDWARE BUSINESS 
Hardware and houseware*. Baa . 
been operated by ooe lady tor 
many year* In araa wtlhoul local | 
romnatilton. Turnover WS.UOO Ask 
log 00.900 for equlpaneoi 8tock <* 
f]3,tnn extra Phtxie 3. Etteatia «I 
... 


MARIGOLD — J LOTS 
2.bedroom eottage, *14,900 
Trade oar. mortgage or terma. 

Balance only *Vt per cent 
CHy Brokerage, 388 9541. Itowden 


PARTLY FURNISHED. IDEAL 1 
tor boarder* near Dallas or Mo*a 
SI. i nr * badrooma. oll-o-jntoi' 


MODERN 2-BEDROOM HOME. OIL 
heat, baaement. 599-57*4 































30 fiallll CQolaniKt. Victoria, B.C., Saturday; Dec. 20, 1969 

ISO HOUSES FOR SALE 1130 HOUSES FOR SALE 1150 


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SAT. 1:30-4:30 p.m. 

A home you will be proud to own. 3636 SHELBOURN 
Hr end new J-bedroom family __ 

hurt*, 1 ST? «q ft on terge lot 477-1841 

rloee to ichool end transportation. 

(e.turee Ur** living room. L- .. W£ TRADE HO 
Hinlnfl room. soariou* kitchen 

wtth^eating «re», 4-pc. beth plus OPEN 9-9 WEEK 
en aulte, wall-to-wall carpeting. q - oat 

covered eundeck over double SAl. 

carport. some aeaview Must be 
■een u there ere many other 
teeturea. Priced el *40.950 with MOUNTAIN VIEWS 
good flimnclng arrangement*. Call „rnrc 

WILLIAM SANDERS. I88-19S1 or SEA GLJMPES 


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REALTORS 


3636 SHELBOURNE ST. 
477-1841 

”WE TRADE HOMES” 
OPEN 9-9 WEEKDAYS 
9-5 SAT. 


J. A. HENDERSON 
REALTY LTD. 

*85-8141 ANYTIME 
WE BUY, SELL AND TRADE 

ESTATE SALE 
JUBILEE 

Ideal far retirement or etarte 


MOVE IN TODAY 
Mi LEDSHAM RD 
CIJ^AR TITLE 

We now have another of our 
wonderful homei reedy far your 
inapectlon faauring I good ataa 
bedrooma. living room, dining room. 
Creetwood kUetien and vanity. 
C ethedrel entrance. Rnoghad-in 
plumbing in Ml haaenaenL roll 
price 09. M 0 . Our homea have 
alwaya aoM very quickly an tea 
•hia ana aa aoon aa pailhla B 


3636 SHELBOURNE ST. 
477-1841 

“WE TRADE ROMES” 
OPEN 9-9 WEEKDAYS 
9-5 SAT. 

SYDNEY CLENDINNENG 

far Information on theae t SPECI¬ 
ALLY PRICED HOMES, LOTS OR 
OCEAN FRONT PROPERTIES. 


Comfortable 3-bedroom no-atep BlaJca, 47S-12JJ or 30TI WlAart Rd. 
b ungalow. Fireplace. automatic 
heat lovely garden. Stepe from the 

haafalal. Try JWttr offer. Asking MKemeaaaaaaaaBMi 

« 7 OPEN HOUSE 
william ROGERS 1970 IS etc *makers 

Ka im SAT. 2-4 P.M. 


SHIRLEY PHILPS' 

F 

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“LADIES’ DIVISION" 


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CROWN 

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REALTY 


JOHN BISHOP 


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ROCKLAND 

ARCHITECT DESIGNED 
EXECUTIVE HOME 


9452 TEEN 10-14 


CUSTOM BUILT THREE LEVEL 
SPLIT, SURROUNDED BY BOMBS 
OF DISTINCTION IN A PRESTIGE 
AREA ON A QUIET CUL-DE-SAC 

approx aim so. ft s bed¬ 
rooms. 1 BATHROOMS, WALL 


OPEN HOUSE “V" JBS* °^.« AY - BOTH 3 BED_ UNUSUAL AND INTERESTING 

1C07 V ART F <?TRFFT ROOMS CU 8 TOM BUILT THREE LEVEL 

jcSi rjAKLtt ainLiji imuunil ccnaUloa. 2 bedrooma, 2 „ __, .. _ . _ 9 P 1 .it fliinnniiNntrn nv urturc 

OFF FAIRFIELD road KBS? “ S2 SKJ3 SUftreM iESEE 

SAT. 1:»4 P.M. kitchen with dining tree. Dining No - ^-t*-** APTOOX aV M FT 5 8 ^ 

1 bedrooma on mein level with 3 ree roc * 71 doubl * CORDOVA BAY—% ACRE ROOMS. I BATHROOMS, WALL 

more flnlahed In high basement. “rpoji ajmdec, Good building lot. Some view, treed TO WALL SHAG BROAD LOOM IN 

large living room end very uwy gae.ioo ^ .hopping UVWG ROOM. Hxll FAMILY 

ipartoua kitchen with dining centre. Priced at * 10 . 000 . ROOM. CLOSE TO EVERY PQS- 

erea Modem to detail and 6.79 ACRES a n „ n ..„ __ _ SIHLK CONVENIENCE. 7S4 PER 

completely re-decorated Aaklng 4 BDRMS., 1600 SQ. FT. CENT MORTGAGE THE BEST 

*ZL9Ba Good lerme CaH 388-1381 *15,000.00 cioae to Royal Colwood Cotf BUY OF THE YEAR AT *39,500 

or DON ROBBINS, 582-7*41 or Plua a 3 room end I room cottage Courae. Only 15 min. to town. Good TO VIEW PLEASE CALL 

MADGE HOLE, 982-58®. nicely treed good water aupply term a Low down payment. A iking W. MICHAELS 

power on *.000 down and *100 per price 139 . 790 . w,, 4T7 . M . 

OPEN HOUSE monU ’ ACRE * ™ 


or DON ROBBINS, aaa-Tiei <* Plua a 3 room and 1 room cottage Courae. Only 15 min. to town. Good ru vuuw please call 
MADGE HOLE, 982-58®. nicely treed good water aupply term a Low down payment. A iking W. MICHAELS 

power on *,000 down and *100 per price 139.750. voc 071-1 at aooa 

OPEN HOUSE monU ’ ^ACRE 1 

3138—5th STREET RTT T PniY1N goo 107 c HOLDING PROPERTY 

SAT. 1:30-4 P.M. KFN HARVFY RFK.9W7 Suitable aubdivtaion I Iota tn prima GO WEST YOUNG MAN 

New Hating - Urge living room HAKViLY, **>-*S31 of Cadbom Bay Village. Aridng TO COLWCXJD-METCHOSIN 

and dining room In line, thru _ *28,900 Good Urm* or trade* tn nminmEOT no 

hail. 3 bedrooma. full baaement. CALL 477-1841 accepted. 563 Lfc.DARCRE.ST DR. 

822.900 all reaaonable olfer* wlU 5 OCEANFRONT HOMES 

be con.ldered Immediate poaaea- rnpnnvA RAV iY““' r?* Irt iop *9 000 DOWN 

•Ion. Call 989-1361 or MADGE '-AJRIJOVA BAY Both In Deep Cova with apeetacular —Brand New— 12 ® aq ft. 

HOLE. 982-59® or DON ROB- RETIREMENT COTTAGE Xn ^Tduri^ “? 5* droo i!!ISl!fiiS* r * n 

nnn 7*41 _ . .. terma Try yaur oner* now during — L-shape Uvlng-dlnlng room 

BINS, 392 78*1 Cioae to shopping, doa* to Lh* aea. the Chrlatmaa leainn Owner* will —Feature panelled wall 

_ . „ „ Nice living room with wall-t-wali conaider all oft era —PuH heightRrentac* 

FAMILY HOME carpet and fireplace. Bright kitchen No. 1 —*47,90(1 -Carpet*? atatoa P 

Modernized I bedroom home. “4 *un porcE AritomaUc oU heat No. 1 *92,50(1. Full baaement, large sundeck 

larga living room, dining room A«ong price or iia.wn. q'mNF'Y - n/VSir TO CF 1 —Lovely treed lot 

with W to W carpet roomy , TV-It 1 • c,lx)h \ tu CaU ni anytime, 

kitchen, full baaement new oil LARGE MORTGAGE * b *7 n, ;„ Try your . 2“"’ W ™*" 1 WALLY MICHAELS 477-4884 

furnace cotroer nlumbed. new r /-.in ivmrnfc-i- 00 tola 814 per cent financed home. ^ r 1 ^ ™ 

wiring ’ «mSd*00 KEN WRIGHT INTEREST Owner miut aell Fami ly mo ved to STAN TRONT 477-2829 

•aa 13*1 or JH 2 9409 7^i PER CENT m*i*and. Excellent extra good 

‘2LL,™ * _ flnancmg on a.ktng price ol *31.900. 

LANSDOWNE AREA ^d. y^f ^ up. 4- JSeTbAY LANGFORD 

3 bedroom hoane on a well bedroom, full baaement home ' ,AalC4 ° IDn RIGHT ON THF T AlfF 

land leaped lot apace for extra on M gTi. Ktai ? baaement Immacu- ^^^ U ^L“ 4 >,LAKfc. 

car* or trailer, L-ahaped living living room Dining room rec wonderful Ofcl taahlooed low 100 FT. FRONTAGE 
and dining aiYa, waB-t<M*ail over 2 flreptacea and 1 bath- toto™at on apeclat term* available. 

hardwood, fireplace, nicely room a Sweeping view* of Georgia c,0 “ to Empreaa Hotel and CoVt Boating, akltog, ftahlng at your 

flnlahed taMment An excellent Stj and ML Baker. Full Price BI JIL ^ dooratop. Iirunaraiat* home. 1000 

buy *t*5L9U0 «■& «M-S 00 . p 2 £iJ ,< l”'! 2 tl o. W “ dertul *- B. M raxnftatabt* living. 2 

d™vh_To view rail RON CROW. W)th M obUgaUw,. holding property. Zoned RJ. hedrooma. living room and dining 

38HS81 or 592-4989 ______room hai rich wall to wall 

HOLLYWOOD CRESCENT C. SIMONS, 652-1731 SYDNEY CLENDINNENG brojdfamrt wto^w h« 

NEW listing call 477 . 1841 SSrt; ’Si ^ ffUSmSS 

^m^UTbed^ hSne^hl^h CALL 477-1841 Financing avaUable Tori™ call 

ofrer» tt )5u'lW^hatha entertaining CLOSE IN REVENUE __ _ *" V W MTGHAVI •? 

ala living and dlrdng with waitto J bdrma, each aulU. Stove and fridge GOOD BUY !! "• MILHAKL* 

^ bcluded B,ml — °° M h “ ,ln « BRAND NEW 4T7 ^ 8M 

^r^*A ''rv-iwrSS' 1 .® BETTER THAN NEW LISTING!!! . 

area on I he main floor make thti WHh 8 bdrma. Maater en aulte. Choice 3-bedroom retirement or 

a real family home. Only 1 block J-ovety LR with feature fireplace, atarter home In good location Juat EST. 1933 

to the inter and a view make* Beautiful floor*. Good tor Unlver off Cedar Hill X Rd. Attractive 

thla home a real buy at only aity peraonell. Aaklng $92,90(1, tiring room with fireplace. 4-pce. B 

927.N0. Good terma available. We bath, large kitchen, drive-In garage _ 

WlU trade, call RON CROW, 38fr LOUISE WILTERMUTH “d utility. Aaklng *22.900. Pleaar O 

1381 or 582-48* 47745707 c * 1,: O 

INSTANT MOVE-IN! DEREK RAYNER, 477-6294 BOORMAN 

6ty% FINANCING! CALL 477-1S41 CALL 477-1841 M 

You can be Into thla apoOeaa. CALk, 

modem, family home before JUST STARTING .. 


expanalve view of lake. Two 
aeparate lota, your own wharf and 
float All thla and far only *91.900. 
Financing available. To view call 
anytime. 

W. MICHAELS 



For low *000 down and tiM 
P.M. toil deal re bl a 3 HR., no 
baaemanl horn* could be your*. 
Omen leaving Victoria. Urgent 
ealel For prior viewing call 

HONORA BOWRING 
388-4401, 382-8477 


IN BY NEW YEARS 

ALI tlAME. 

J. MAYBIE, 385-8731 


MOVE INI! 
FOR XMAS 
323,750 


479-1667 ANYTIME 


OPEN HOUSE 
OPEN HOUSE 

Ret 1 :* 0 - 1:00 p.m. 
g* RIDOEBANK 

IN BEAUTIFUL BORTHRHXJE 
Beautiful 1 BEDROOMS, 1.390 ag. 
ft. MAIN FLOOR Full baaement. 


XXXXXXXXXXX 

OPEN HOUSE 
SAT. 2:00-4:00 p.m. 

3918 WOC®HAVEN 
TERRACE 

ON TEN MILE POINT 
GREATLY REDUCED, 


hl(h location with U 0 degrei view 
of distant country Thla I* an 

urient tala and vendor* WILL -NOW PRICED BELOW RE 


nr KMimrwtD Vendor hae luat vacated thla IT* Ak-rvx-o 

BLENKXN30P immaculate 3-or and baaement HOUSE AND BARN 

On a oulet craecefrt. 8 bedrm*., home on Allan Dal* Rd. (Colwood J .-Tnnn 

L R vrilh fireplace, rheery kit. a«M yo n can have Immediate S30,000 

with eating area Full high {**•» MuM be aaen to tie Nkr( mur^edroom. two-bathroom 
twamt. only 2H year* old. Ur* hon* .uuated on 1H acre*, oaily a 

down paymant Aaklng *22,900 -4MH®n aS^a^SSL tern minute* from town. Small barn 

CaU now floor-to-oalllni Ariaona None flri- J* ^ for yoUr ^ horae.Alan 


conaider all often or trade*. 
Aaklng tM.900 

MARKYTA MARES, 
YOUR HOSTESS. 479-1867 

HORSE PROBLEMS? 

1V4 ACRES 
HOUSE AND BARN 
130,000 


DONNA PRETULA 
388-4401, 384-2057 


,-EMHy pin* kltohan oahlnaU. 
-Gleaming hardwood floor*. 

Lilt prtaa *31150 — dear title on 
financing to adt you. Don't delay 
UUi w 4 H move faet. 


ha* rac room with fireplace, larg e 
kitchen, aeperate living and dining 

To view, call: 

MIKE RUDDY, 592-0628 


WILLOWS tola wCH move faet. MIKE RUDDY, SW-UW* 

Move Into lhl* delightful 3 bedrm frvt 3 ^M io« 0 - 71 , _ 

hoane now. Living room with BHD TYSON, 385-8731 MABEL OFFER 

fireplace, aep. dlrdng room. Spe- umimfUT ADVA 

clou* modem kitchen with utility - T ESQUIMALT AREA 

room oft. Vanity hath. aep. LOW DOWN — LOW LiJT . family home, near school*. 

ahower Baaement Rec. room. PRICK view. I bath*. 3 flreptacea, eaay 

Sw PAYMENTS- 


PLACEMENT VALUE FOR 

S UICK SALE. 

XCKLLENT FI NANCINQ 
LARGE 7li PER CENT MORT¬ 
GAGE 

- EARLY POSSESSION 
—^BEDROOMS 2 BATHROOMS 
—P4NEfJ.IT) HEN — SUNKEN 
LIVING ROOM 

-LARGE NICELY TREED LOT 
-SOPHISTICATED CONTEM¬ 
PORARY ARCHITECTURE 
YOUR HOST 
MR. BAXTER 

965-3471 (3| hra ) 


' BRAWD NEW 
2 BEXXROOM 
Retirement or Starter 
Home. 523,900. Call 
FRANK BEAMLCH 
385-2471 


VERA FRIEDRICH „ 

388-4401, 385-7835 LOW TAXES LARGE MORT. - 

of/ piTR CENT 

XMAS SPECIAL hSS 2 S? '£££ BewHIUII new tome - eta. to city 

Don’t mtaa thla cute home In tip- ikiuble pn(r flreptace, idea lc4 centre. *9.000 down payment 

top ccauHUcai — aunporch, Jiving location and excetlw* term*. Call 

roaan, larga bright kitchen, bed- Santa Stewart now. WATERFRONT $19,950 

room, full beamt, oU furnace.____ „ —— „ •bimmer cottaga. Aim oat 2 acre*, 

Lovely garden with back lane. JAMES STEWART. BBM7M, Re* 

Hear Simpson*. Aaklng *11.300. 384-43*7. eiper view. 


LOW TAXES 


CaU 

VERA FRIEZHRICH 
388-4401. 385-7835 

OLDER UP AND DOWN 
DUPLEX 


Spend Xmaa to your own aitrartlve nty “PIPE DREAMS” 

S. wESfiS-S agfUB ^ 1L nxtfssjrz srarja 

OrmAZr* , “ Tn, WATERFRONT $19,950 ZSUMSUi 

srewART - 2 “ Zsrzi2Z£ in 

** *‘* T Falrflald. P[altered throughout and 

IriAW bav SUPER LUXURIOUS to* c1 *^' ““ ol'hardwood panei- 

I OAK BAY irrhiiaot'a dre^n lln * “ d V ^ 1 **" P*P* r '■ ,u ™ to 

Sea view Architect * > are*m. M ttoe heat cA comment* 

Htori to beet — charming 1- *4^900- Vendor will carry larga !*• from frieoda. For tha hard to pleaaa 


lfodemtzed 1 and 5-room unit*, dry baaeanrr* and drlve-tn — -- 

New furnace, wiring, hot water Spotleaa hoane priced right at 1 OAK BAY 

tanka rack Good location Price [55,900. See tW* outstanding after ^ r>v _ 

reduced to *21.900 with good (3 MUVib UN HI 

*** IffiL BECKWER, 8B4-W10. CHRISTMAS NEW HOME 

IN A MELDERIS ITDMK 2 RENTALS Make it a Merry Xma* for Mom to 

3884401 384-6661 HOME — l KfcJNiAUi ^ apn(lrn a bedroom home $32,900 

1 one-bedraom «.U* totf^ntoirtod. ^'SgS'gJggSo - J2 9 PER MORTGAGE 

«ff, ^ _* hem,, to lat^jssr l.t-ss SKHjg 

r t£ZF , n J'$£' <^r *£ HOME at ONLY *2^. To riew AND^PAVED 

furnace, new wiring, comer pipe*. ■« —u WNf * 7B 1 HnoMY rmnea- nmmi.w nan. 


bedroom home 1 block front ara. UK*- “^“7 
featigtng lovely Mvtog room with MABEL 

fireplace, dining room with hard- 47<L.1CR7 n 

wixrittoora. <-pce bath, fug high 479-1667 O 

dry baamert and drtve-tn garage. 

Spotleaa hoane priced right at 1 OAK 

CBL90O. See tW* outatanding Offer. I 


MABEL CRACK 
479-1667 or 653-1412 


ahow them tha rec room, then tell 
them that It catne on tha market at 
*23,000. Appointment* cm be mada 
at any reason*bl* hour by calling 
S. Fiett 385-347L 


NEW HOME 


CALL 477-1841 


In/ 


Call 

IN A MELDERIS, 
3884401. 384-6661 


lace, atarter home In good location. Juat EST. 1933 
dver- off Cedar Hill X Rd. Attractive 
living room with fireplace. 4-pea 
beth, large kitchen, drive-h garage 
[ and utility. Aaktog *22.900. Pleaw 
call: 


CENTRAL, TERRIFIC 

Stretched-out swiftly to SIMP90NS-SEARS AREA 


polntmai** can _ 

lffi-8731 DEL BECKNER 384-5610 

LOVELY FAMILY OR 
ROOMING HOUSE 


BILL BATES 

WHY BUILD? 
TRADE 


DEREK RAYNER, 477-6294 
CALL 477-1841 


torJe^iiytotSmtoid’n^bi OR RETIRING CALL U 

■ni tn attractive North Cedar Hill Neat, while atucco. 2 bedroom at ioai 
area. Price reduced to only bungalow cioae to arhoola. a hop* 


CALL IAN RUDIAK 


BOORMAN 

M 

A 

N 

INVESTMENT CO. LTD. 


sew, plain, pleated or bias- 
flared to flip out flirtily. 
Choose from three different 
necklines end the new knits. 

Printed Pattern 9452: New 
teen sizes 10, 12, 14, 16. Size 
12 (bust 32) takes 1% yards 
60-inch fabric. 


Require* Interested partie* to help your lot aa Down Payment no thla 
reach It* full potential Offer* excel-1 j Beitooom, Fi* Baaement. New 


ROOMY KITCHEN; DOUBLE CAR¬ 
PORT: WELL PLANNED. 
ROUGHED IN BASEMENT AND 
ALL OTHER FEATURES NECES¬ 
SARY FOR FAMILY LIVING. 

Phone Frank Beamish, 
385-2471 


9«] DICK BATEY, 386-1381 or and tranaportatjon. 2 lota each 
4MTT approx. 50 x130' Vacant lot may be 

___ purehaaed aeparately. Very low 

m.Y COMFORT OR taxea Aaktog *17,950. 


FAMILY COMFORT OR 
GOOD INVESTMENT 
ONLY $14,900 
6% FINANCING! 


OAK BAY 

Immaculata older home — Excel¬ 
lent are* — 1 block from beachea 


2 B R I63vicw Colwood 

$21,900,' excellent terms. ' „ .OPEN HOUSE «« pattern-aaa u, cents ™ w-. ‘ 

1776 ROCKLAND AVE i° r e«cn pa tern for first- 

New home in town, 3 B.R. SAT. 24:30 class mailing and special hun| 

2 4-pce. baths. Exceptional Moat convenient location cioee to handling. Print plainly size, MARIAN PRICE, 

construction, many extras, name - addrt> * 5 and 3884401 

$29,900, for ham cara Full baaement Main number. 

floor 1.563 *q. ft. I B.R with en „ , ,, ,, WHP ’H V THF AfTTON IS* 

5 HR hill ha<u»m(*nt ex- aulte Diumbtoa to maater bedroom. Send order to Marian Mar WMr.rtr. 


CO I U J Fenced lot. Ideal tor children 

60-inch rabne. HELGA WILLOW 

Sixty-five cents (ffic) in 388-5927 

«Hns (no stamps, please) for 
each pattern — add 15 cents PRIOR ST., VACANT 
for each patent for first- $14,800 


* H 30C - *“S,Hnl2* lent location and eondtUon and good modem Home 

Jn^nacuiate ’ Bedroom po, entW for realdent or Q,]]. ERNIE LEE, 

absentee owner. Love, little children ' 

or friendly roomera, ao come along. 658-5447 

uTlu 3^21 bring a friend, or even your wife, 
r**** “2* and contact Jamea Stewart for 

board* New range and fridge rotu, introduction* to thla On# 
tort Bedia. are generoua aize. 4 

Pre Van. hath Full high Cem QI .. 

haaement with room far farther gu snn CASH. OR MAYBE 15 ACRES, BIG ROOD 

TERMS TO SINCERE APPLICANT. LARGE 

Fenced lot. Ideal tor children NO TRtFLERH. PLEASE uriRCFY FAMTT Y 

IELGA WILLOW JAMES STEWART HOttotl fc AMJ-DX 

L Zirtvt, *«-»m r*« 4-5 bedrooms 

Not new. but EXCELLENT. Ideal 


* .ep”ra t P . 1 ,C dtotog n '" 00 m Vln *- T"be 

on large. duptex-mned lot near _ • _ 


TRADE UP TO ONE OF SSw"® 1toW". | tw ,r 
BROADMEAD'S FINEST 

Owners have purchased toil bathroom* - 4.8 hedrooma - 


TWO-STOREY 

SPACIOUSNESS 

If yvur apectfle appeal* raulra that 
It muat ba a btg home to good 
rondltkm, particularly unmarked 
woodwork, colorful decoration and 
trim, opan alalrceae, roomy 
entrance, abundant closets, three 
bedroom* up, low taxaa, a* doa* aa 
possible to park end schools lawn*, 
flower garden*, nic* neighbourhood 
— at a low price of *19,900 — see 
I tide! Call HMGN FLETT anytime 


class mai^g end specisl ^ property and must .ell this 2W2tJSSl*3S^ 

handling. Print plainly size, MARIAN PRICE, spotless 1-year-old 5-bed- the vtou* when you toepert total 


floor l.Sffl *Q. ft. 2 B.R with «i 


•cbooia ftK,pp v to*iknd «£ “ “ AakfiS 2 B - R - ful1 basement, ex- ^tept'mnbb^to mawer bedroom. Send order to Man an Mar- ^nArnrorj 

Hon. DICK BATEY, 386-ISO or wlm s,ru ' Asking ’ 1 ’ . *17,000 And mortgage at 7 per cent tin ca ~> of The Daily Coio- AND WE NEED ACTION 

592-4607 *29,300. Cellent retirement, neat Vendor has Indicated B*n*nw* t-! . Z: „ . Oamer has purehaaed I f 


room, 2V% bathroom execu¬ 
tive type family home locat¬ 
ed at 987 CaroSwood Drive in 


JOHN BISHOP 
Res. 656-2308 
Office 479-1667 


FORCED TO SELL! W. HORAN, 477-1287 * ,,u 

$2,600 REDUCTION 477-1841 GALL 477-1841 

MODERN RURAL C ^ 4 ‘ 

BEAUTY! VACANT, 

IM""'taiSSSJ* IrZS IMMEDIATE POSSESSION SWINERTON 

Full,’ high lower-lmS offer* Cook and Quadra. Corner lot 4 bed STEWART CLARK 

double the spec*! Large, treed lo* room, living room with atone Are- T __ 

among fine home* near Metoho- place, dining room Full baaement. L.IU. 

aln Golf Courae No* available at Garage and carport Greenhouse 

only *23,906 fall price' DICK Aaklng *28,900 with good mortgage 506 Broughton BL tl 

BATEY, *86-1361 or 5B2-4607. avakaUle 

DON'T LET DECEMBER I DEAL SOUTH OAK RAY 

DETER YOU! RETIREMENT HOME VLA 

This is exactly the right Um* to Close to Hillside Shopping Centre. 2 i rjynD/yyMc 

buy a beautiful, modem. S (nr 41 bedroom stucco home. Uvtng room „ 

bdrm. bome on half-acre-plua with brick fireplace. Wall to avail 2 BATHROOMS 

view lot. among other new carpeting Good alee kitchen At- Gradoua older residence aitual 
home* near Shawnigan Lake tacked garage. Nicely landscaped . u. •rmir on • o,h^ 


and deem, $17,900, 


CALL 477-1841 


CALL 477-1841 

SWINERTON 
STEWART CLARK 
LTD. 


aecctidary financing. 

Phan* C. FRED SHERWOOD at 
*84-7521 


|nist Pattern Dept., 60 Front term* available if ycu qualify terms considered on the full 
St W., Toronto, Ont. *1*22? 7“^2 price of $54,900. CaH C. M. QTJTET DIGNITY 

New FalLWinter j^ttern ^p^nb^wtrS: Re >' 652 - 2950 SUPER LUXURY HOME 

catalogue — over 1U0 styles, rattiitm, colored flxturei. i*ir£t Off* 385-8731. 2 q TjOVELsY AORES 

free pattern cotton. 50e In- 'PL.J?«. 12*“ on 3 " tTrrtM „ 

. ‘ , . Aaktog *16.900 CTiTTTH flAK RAY 10 MIN. TO TOWN 

slant sewing book sew today, ADELINE NICHOI., 3884401 ^ ‘ vrr «gm ™* unbklievkable heme {. no 

wear tomorrow. $1. Instant fculL FKJI-fc. doubt on* o< the moat beautiful ta 


Good Broadmead. Trades and 


OPEN HOUSE catalogue — over iuj styles, 

SAT. 2 TO 4 P.M. free pattern cotton. 50c In- 

JENNIFER RD. stant sewing book sew today. 

(Sea ngna oft ctdar HQi croaa Rd.i wear tomorrow. $1. Instant 


WRANGLERS ONLY 
$25,900 

On# and one half acre* — treed 
and roam for a hone or two. Cut 
own fence poles and fence them in I 
Ranch style bungalow. Thra* bed¬ 
room*. Full baaement, all heat 
Royal Oak and Beaver Lake way. 
Vacant and ready to mova into. 

Call SIMON FLETT anyilma, S85- 
2471. 

Johnston k Oo. Ltd. 


QUIETT DIGNITY r,il simon flett ■nytiin*. we- 

SUPER LUXURY HOME 

20 LOVELY ACRES Johnston k Oo. Ltti 

10 MIN. TO TOWN YYYYYYYYYYY 

Thla UNBELDEVKABLE home ta no A A A A A A A A A 


A apac4caa de lux*, two-yearrtd hrr£ «hnt-towar DUPLEX 

home teMurtng a. large living room rasnH,n DOC * WnaI ^ t>we * r T.TLriTr 


Victoria — and will be almost 
Situated at 1034 St David Street * Impossible to fully describe — 


Mun with Goor to ceiling SrepUce with answers HCCesSGTV figure JUBILEE AREA bedroom or 2 bedroom and den. starting with the property ifaelf 

raised hearth. Dining room, family rT . Vj, “^oecHay, uguie d^,., mlH ^ rr^nc . In cam a 1.200 plua, ajuare feet spotleaa whic h la located at the end at a 


I room with fireplace, three bed-1 tips! Only $1- 


mortgaga at ccly 814 per cent 
Located on an Interesting lot with 
arceaa oft two roads. 

$32,500 

Call IAN BOORMAN or ERIC 


axnfartafaa family horns with home. Wall-io-wail ta Uvtng and COUNTRY LANK whtla the home la 
extra write. Beauty and comfort dining room*. Very different back even hard to see then. Beautifully 
hero. Hrt water oil heat Price garden. Thla boma la In a very good treed with Feature* a ol table for 


homea. near Shawnigan Lake 


<• ■*“, ld [ rf “ n Gradoua older residence attualed on GRAHAM at 3ML7521 anytime 

.S aS y a. “ Bd **“ p * d • * ACKE 00 » dtod atreet 


Sheer Beauty 


Village! Perfect family or ret ire - ground*. Asking *18,300. Term*. featuring 24xl« living room with 

ment act ting. Ixjwer level pfaen- n replace end W-W carpet . TVWC'A (TTFR 

U *1 extra wit*, double garage NOT TO BE OVERLOOKED Lergrf cabinet electric kitchen with 

work shop and greenjimiae lui _ . v sewing rm oft . . Full baaement THREE BEDROOMS 

bonueea! Full price only *22.900 OAK BAY BORDER with 24x10 pendled Rec. Rm with Immaculate family hesne no 


DONCASTER 


bonueea! FJ 1 Price only UAh Bfll fcHJItUtUK with 24x10 panelled Rec. Rm with ImmacuUU family heme ncetiat* 

V.L.A poaalblUW- DICK BATEY. stone and Stucco, 2 -bedroom home, fireplace . . Separate laundry locatlrxi near Slmpeona-Seara, Doav 

3861361 or 592-4807. Living room, dining room, (fire- Allto oU heat . Separate garaga. caster Elementary and Cedar HI a 

r.mmptn pfacel, kltcbep, OOM beating. Vary Foil price *29,500 Golf Count. Larga living moan. Id 

fcAIRfclfcLLJ neat SmaH lot requlrei mini mum FiTCV IAMFS TJK-7AR1 Une dining roam. Full basement, 

IMMEDIATE POSSESSION maintenance. Asking *njw) UlUUAMhS J5J-H31 flnlahed rec. room and drive in 


TOP CONDITION 

and pariL^ompletely re-decora- Houae and grounds Jamea Bay nnl x-a J^noui'i i j 

ted this coxy home haa a Area. 5 room*, baaement, separate $1500 DOWN 

aeparate entry hall and central *»™«* _We hope scene lucky . nD _ nmMYWt 

hall with no waite apace The family who appreciate* all around A UK 3 JyfcdJKAAATVLo 

large living room with gleaming desirability will aee thla ad and Solid older homa altualed or a 
hartwood floor* feature* a view investigate. Aaklng *20,*06. Good 56x112 ft lot cioae to bua and 

window and nice brick fireplace, term*. Let'* call now and taka a school. Comprise* LR with flre- 

There are 2 bedrooma on the look. plane, large cabinet oil kitchen with 

main floor and J flnlahed room* dining apaca, 8 pee. hath, 1 main 

SteKi T? h v£ *£££ JERRY WBKKI. 384-2740 *' 

CALL477-1841 512,900 

Here'* your opportunity to move ED JUPP 

in by the New Year. Aaklng For information on the following ooc oioi oo-iCiTC 

821,108 7* mortgage. To View contact MRS L PLANT. 6563989 Kea, noo-pxiJ 

;^.5^^d?n M i^n S H0 ^ 

764L ESQUIMALT TRY $2 000 DOWN 

ESTATE SALE T nv am apdu- RENOVATED 3 BR*. 

Ex^^a^faafar- 

YALANT $38,500—4 BDRMS. tog aeamleaa floor*, thru hall, living 

Attractive stucco bungalow, erv- pnDrtf ,.. ' room, larga family kitchen with 

trance and thru hall, 29 ft living G4JKLXJN HEAD dining area, deluxe 9-pee hath, 1 

• room and dining room ta-Une A beauty. main floor bedroom and 2 larger 

• with brick fireplace and hard- „ Dnnu . hedrooma up, OOM heating 

wood floors 2 bedrooms, electric *21,16X1 —l BDKMS. [Redecorated completely tnalde and 

cabinet kitchen with dtolng nook. COWICHAN LAKE out Fully fenced lot- Nam* your 

4-pc. bathroom, enclosed hack I moving date. 

veranda, full high baaement with H «ne and business. pi„ eio yvj 

potential tor development, drive- J27 900- 4 BDRMS f “ U rrlce * 10>3W 

In garage, nicely landecaped lot, " ED JUPP 

doe* to all craivenlencea- Aaktog aixrtv C, I toocAoe 

price of *22.900 la open to all Good famUy home in nice area. 385-2481 He*. 38d-M-S: 

r ^SS ,hle ^' r, 986 , SS , ' d o U r t '^ MRS. L. PLANT. 656-3989 

ROBBINS. 592-7841 or MADGE NORTH OAK BAY 

H0LE ' M2 - 5MS CALL 477-1841 VACANT POSSESSION 

SEASHORE DREAM HARVEY" 52500 DOWN 

COME TRUE! A5K MK, HARVEY , Hindu to High School, anf 

Do you dream at a home — well *n« (uv> »jtktt r*mr Wllloaae school. I Bedroom*, nee 

built aolld, character loaded. e 43 ,(nJU MINI FARM furnace end wiring Durdd port 

firmly rooted on about % acre of 5 acre*, hotae, outbuilding*. Poea. 2^™“"* ““L Pf*** 

lhareltoet Doe. your dream VLA Shells lot. Aaktog e«.90C Pleaw 

Include a bl*. aeparate. garage- nr, A , Mr , call Mr. Cuafance, 3*62481 anytime, 

workshop, and natural spot tor a S'™,900 SEA AND 
boat ramp? And nothing but ee*. COUNTRY 

aky and Islands between you and ■ u_. , , „_, . . r. 


WHY PAY RENT? 

$1500 DOWN 
4 OR 5 BEDROOMS 


Golf Count. Larga living room. In 
line dining roam. Full baaement, 
flnlahed rec. room and drtva-ln 
garage. Large landscaped lot 
$24,800 
Exclusive with 
ROBERT J M1KITKA 
*361521 or 477-5371 


BOORMAN INVESTMENT CO 
takes pleasure to presenting 
TWE MESSIAH 
Dec 23rd 
I.‘30 to 10:00 pm. 
on CJVT 

llil Government BL 


385-2481 Re*. 38^6425 SUNSET REALTY 

DRIVE BYS 

TRY *2,000 DOWN 

RENOVATED 3 BR*. 4 % WEBB PLACE 
FULL BASEMENT Brand new I br. Hucker home, full 

Excellent Jamea Bay home featur- close to ediopla Price 

log aeemleea floor*, thru hall, living *23.900. Aa low a* * 2.000 down could 
room, large family kitchen with handle. Webb Piece ta oft Wlahart 
dining area, deluxe 6 pee bath, 1 Road, 
main floor bedroom and 2 larger 
hedrooma up, OOM heating COLWOOD 

Redecorated completely toalde and 

™vtrTd y .te ** *" $332 PAINTER ROAD 

FuU Price $16,500 USSnJf JTiJSJS 
ED JUPP knetiy pin# aiding exterior, tree*. 14 

385-2481 Re*. 383*425 Ei 1 * down cou,d h * ntU ' 


COLWOOD 


‘ASK MR. HARVEY" 


'movtri d.te 3332 PAINTER ROAD 

TP,,li Prim SIR YY1 1 bedroom and den In full 

fciiu Knee blb.auu baaement. fenced and landscaped, I 

ED JUPP knetiy pin# aiding exterior, tree*. 14 

385-2481 Re*. 383*425 down could h * ntU ' 

10 MILE PT. 

NORTH OAK BAY 

VACANT POSSESSION 3 g 85 MEDWAY ST 

$2500 DOWN 4-level a*>Ut level, 4 bedrooma, 1 - 

2 Blacks ta High Schools and bath*, rumpus rotxn, aea view. 414 
Willow* school. 3 Bedrooma, new per cent mortgage can be assumed 
furnace ami wiring. Duroid rock, with large down payment, or 
Hasrment and aeparate garage, refinance. Price *91.900 
58x175 lot. Asking J39.9U0. Pleas* 

call Mr. Cuafance, 3*62481 anyilma. CLOSE IN 



*29.560. CaH 

H^SIE O BRIEN 
MAUDE DOBSON 
3884401 


"HOMEFINDERS' ’ 
"MEN’S DWISION" 


OPEN HOUSE wtiiie you pick out the one 

SAT. 2-4:30 that you would like to se 

319 VANCOUVER ST. through. 

Come and aee tha* excellent Call 

family bran* ckM to park, and tjc-xt vr„I rnn 

**«. am walking distance to BEN McLfcAJD 

*~ n! Tr L yo ZJ°V' ~ at 385-8731, 

lalBuca Mite reel. Vacant poaeei- _ 

atotL Res. 477-3998 

JACK PRICE, 

388-9012 , 477-6394 URGENT SALE 

IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 

IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 

Yam oKiartrakty to purchase thla SI51.06 PER 140. PIT. 


state sf repair and well worth raising Thorou®ihred* etc. M ta 1 m ' 

seeing. EXTOEUKLY SECLUDED, y e t B C 

Call C. M. Bud Forbes, re*. *82- within a good school end shopping 

MO: Off 3868731. area. From the SOLID, DOUBLE . . __ 

FRONT DOOR an# enter* a SLATE ASSOCIATES LTD. 

80 HOMES COVERED hallway and to turn 

$20,000 to $40,000 C 1314 Quadra St. 385-2458 

with a Large Dining Roam with 
T have nirrilirM and rietnila BEAMED CEILING which overlook a 

I nave picture* am a eta us t mammoth sundeck and a OPEN HOUSE * 

ot each one, and would be wRAPrAROUNDver«rt*h The Bt T, AMT >sxrroF nn 

_’ . _... _ cheuu la alaa VERY BIG end has a ISii HAJVIHoHLKfc. KLJ. 

pleased to sit down witn you family room dining area in oak ray 

uAiile vrvi ttk-It out the met ADDITION, txi lha MAIN FfXXIR . J" 

wmie ywi prcit out me rates rwi, with en suite BATH ™- * SAT. 1-4 P.M 

that you would like to aee room — bedroom, spackxi 3 utii- 1 ®T. “ , ! 0 

tty room with LAUNDRY and Deep ■ t *P* retirement horn*- Drive-In 


ASSOCIATES LTD. 


OPEN HOUSE • 
1331 HAMPSHIRE RD. 
OAK BAY 

FBI. St SAT. 2-4 P.M 


frees* spec*. An OPEN STAIRWAY *■«««• fa n baaement aea glimpaea 
i Car acted imda to a 21x13 Ft many extra*. Call Gian 

MAS?KR BEDROOM with <n aulte J ,®'? 158 R * E 477 * 71 ** 

bathroom and dreaalng room, and farther particular*. 

another Lovely Den with a Lovely ___ . 

View. On the LOWER FLOOR (weD COLWOOD LAKE 
above tha PATIO LEVEL are a fptatfc 

25x27 Ft RUMPUS ROOM with fahlAliUh 

Fireplace - HAH and KITCHEN - NEW — READY — NOW 

r Impreaalve Cathedral entrance alyl# 

Ini riarmn^ borne with beafaitol Rework 

'ALL CARPETED) Tll^ff >1 I firnlana wh,. a erauvta #*4 

LATE MODEL HOT WATKR FUR- 

NAOE. DOUBLE CARPORT and tn R “ m Rlrfl "^b"* 


~’ 1 .«to«* Famlly rim £j v ^. ln **™* # . SUBDIVISION POTENTIAL which I ?™ 1 > ?*:. IYlc ^.* ai1 ' 000 .*"*1 


price ot Sm.OOfl 

The entire hcan* haa a RUSTIC I 


BS4B97. offlee 3862456 


-»>, nwey extras. Family rim ment. new root, onve-in garage anu - q^roninil pStenttaT^^ whieh IF'iJ'i mce wm 

SSriTSUS adjoining V- Mideck. Aaktog *ZL900. a-dS *'1,^ 

^jm dii diw wkHn Flocr to oH] rr 4 M +Jt rttti mvi MiytinM wim lXJN n OB B R laOH, 

raUed be*rth flGlcamlnf TRY YOUR OFFER ^ ^ a RUSTIC oftc * 

«kTto*t D or , a u tiw^SeM buy* CLIFF BENNETT 592-2007 ranch hiding NEAR TOWN AND 

7* ri£ ^ **££ PAULINE BROOKES FMahtog^^rougbrad ^ enttoe COUNTRY 

“Xi „ morthly paymaaka 592-3242 relllnga. Worthy of a MILLION borne. 

Priced to aeM at 06,500. DOLLAR TEXAS RANCH. (Hello 1 toefudtag one In the basement haa 

ACK RODGER. DVAT v»wn v mMF ft f™ * u ^ ,«V^ 


aa the market today. Large 
extaUng mortgage, km Interest 
rates and monthly payment* 
Priced to aeV at 336500 

JACK RODGER. 


REAL FAMILY HOME 

388-9012, 478-3118 a, desirable Sidney area. A home 

far happiness to a quiet area- Large 
NEW LISTING living room with fireplace, dlntog 

iTDftPXrr o*l tr room with gl aia doo ra t o patto- 

URbEnl sALhi Luxurious carpeting. 3 bedrooma. . 

Thla aenribly priced property COO- bathroom*, coxy recreation room 
Ski eg 2—2 bedroom homea with bar. Convenient electric kttch- 
altualed an Lit acre* of cleared cru Utility room. Plus a fax*bo with 
la»l Cloaa to atorea, tranaporta- fireplace ter cook-caita Realtotically 
•has and schools. Fruit tree*, priced al *90,500, *14 per cent 
garden. Yea, taxes are low and mortgage. To view please contact 
ftahlng la cIobb! Make thla a muat c-lrirm * Qxrrru 

on your Xmaa list Aaklng 128,000 HD11H A. SNUIM 

30B CALDERWOOD Re«. 656-1627 Off. 656-3924 


ment, (Drive by'a immporaiUe) 

JOHN BISHOP 
Rei. 656-2308 
Off. 479-1667 (24 Hrs.) 

MOVE IN 
FOR CHRISTMAS 


home. On bua line, cioae to stores 
and achoola Polished oak floors In 
the living and dining room. FuD 
baaement. larga landscaped lot Full 
price ( 22.000 clear title. Call TED 
CHARTRES, S86345S, Rea. 3865503, 

220' WATERFRONT 
PROSPECT LAKE 


« (»4 £*wiaV1\smj&* 


ftahlng la cioae! Make this a must 
an your Xmai list Aaklng (38,000 

BOB CALDERWOOD 
388-9012, 385-8617 

ST. DAVID ST. 


mortgage. To view pleaae contact Beautiful new home tn Colwood at Hfr * l» * rare opportunity tn 

rm <u * jiiito rod of a quiet atreet. On large lot acquire a 4-rtn. bungalow with 120* 

fcaUim A. arvuiri with trwt Hu LR vrilh FP, dtolng of walerfrnrt for the VALUE OF 

Reg. 656-1627 Off. 656-3924 *"a. Cab. Bet.Kitchen, g bedrm*., the land alone. Th* bungalow 

F.C bamL, OOM heal Carport lends EaaH well to expansion and la 

nnnnrvu viTnan Ready ter you to mova right ta. —n located on the lot It la ONLY 

GORDON HEAD EH.MM. 1* YEARS OLD and ennairi* of 2 

ASKING $ 34 , 95(1 MRS. McKEAGE 479-1667 SSrSrtVI? S?,“ 

MOVE IN FOR XMAS-- offers WELCOifE phi* bill 


EXCEL LENT STARTER 
OR RETIREMENT 

CLOSE TO ALL SERVICES 


CLOSE IN 

1203 FINLAYSON 


Delight a hostess with an 
elegant lacy luncheon set. 


2 bedroom, no alep retirement 'Rtis dainty, luxurious pine- 
home. larae kitchen, dining room. . , ._ . , . » 


home, law kitchen, dining room. . JACK PRICE 

nice lot cioae to everything. Price apple design set Is a chal- (yv, r. *77 eon a 
CMoa. Clear title, can be i pr w, p everv crocheter 4ff-hJSK 

ra financed wllh |S-*4,000 down. ,en K e m ... 

Dress up any table. Makes s CAD BORO BAY 
«76i974 RON a °* TTERGOOD s88<1(n beautiful gift. Pattern 643: REVENUE? R ETIRE- 


SUN 8 ET REALTY 
118 CORMORANT ST. 

OAK BAY 

PANORAMIC SEAVIEW 
DUPLEX 

Do you want gracioua living In 


CLOSE TO ALL SERVICES Do you want gracioua living in a mail in Z and special handling nran v uiDlin 

Thla aparidtog whit* stucco with 3.001 aq. a apartment with a »fl. JT" . EMILY MARMO 

drtv*-ta garage, bungalow features living room, separate dining room. — *0 l*aura WTieeier, care or oagaani p_. 477 x 770 

W-W carpeting throughout, haa 2 conservatory. Two hedrooma Rum- r ra lf > r>Hllv Colonist Needle- ’ 

bedroom*, large kitchen with more pua room and two aundecka that . *, T 

than ample cupboard apace and hava panoramic views plus craft Dept., 80 Front St W.. MERRY XMAS TO ALL 

nrate Living room haa fireplace revenue In the form of another TWvjrrin On I Print nlainlv_ 

Utinty. room og garage. 2 years old, .[racloua apartment featuring two roPonlo « rT,ra P“ 5n *y 

Dttrold roof. Nicely kept ground* bedrooma and sundack Thi* modern pattern number, your name 

Immaculate toalde and out. A real nvnilI( h *a charm and character V 1 .. av,,.,.. . 


_ y. J t.at— ~ vrtl _ j-- IXAJti riJlLaAItJUn ClCKOin IOV.J lUJitJ rv.v_—e rav-a. 

Mount Baker And would believe D^ l i?a^^• b pnIl^ LhB ' LRand OAKLAND J bedroom, no atep retirement Hiia dainty, luxurious pine-1 

9^ii*. r '*frtm , ^riiorotor u?d $15,000—6.7 ACRES A Htoa*iot ’?io*# Wl t?'*veryth l iM. Pri« apple design set Is a chaV- 

VOS82% & tS to°I Wllh l I—»U«. f R ^ reftoanced" Ub‘ r ,3-M ^ dSS. "* ** 

brand new Sidney area Uattag $6,500 LOT, 70x120 L ESTATE Dress up any table. Makes a 

t Lm 476m4 R0N80ATTEIU300D S88 ««n beautiful gift. Patt«Tt 643: 

or MADCE hole. 982-53®. $2,500—% SHARE N sunset realty scarf, place mats In No. 30. 

Victoria beauty parlor. i. 000 * 00 * *18 CORMORANT ST. ^ _•„ 

COLWOOD 200' WATERFRONT D 3884294 --—-- Fifty cents (50c) in coins 

1260 SQ. FT. Beautiful, Prestige Lovely home, OAK BAY (no stamps, please) for each 

Brand new family home on la rge ne,r v,ctortA EXCELLENT STARTER PANORAMIC SEAVIEW pattern — add 15 cents for 

room, big" Mtchm ,c *wuh L eadtog KEN HARVEY, 656-2397 OR RETIREMENT DUPLEX each pattern for first-class 

■f**-, * bedrooma with en-ailte CLOSE TO ALL SERVICES Do you want gracioua living in a marine and special handling 

plumbing to maater bedroom, CAII* 477-1841 ™* aparidlng white stucco with a .000 aq. ft apartment with a 2S-fL ,, n n t 

high daylight baaement roughed ai»l. vi IM 1 drtva-to garage, bungalow features living room, separate dining room, — to Laura Wheeler, care Of 

, to far future development Call W-W carpeting throughout, haa 2 conservatory. Two bedrooma Rum- Ta,* r>nilv Cnkstist Needle- 

W1 LLIA M SANDERS. 9861381 or GORDON HEAD bedrooma. large kitchen with more pua room and two aundecka that _ ^ 

4T7-8802. i RFTTRfYiMC thA ? “"?** board apace and hava panoramic views PLUS craft Dept., 60 FfllS St. W-, 

cmhJiTV ’ „ WE Living room haa fireplace revenue to the form of another Tw r „w n On I Print nininlv 

SIDNEY $38,500 utility reran oft garage. 2 year* old. i[racloua apartment featuring two lwonW ’ unl ' rT,nl P 4amly 

3 BEDROOMS Of the flrri quality, interesting SSm.euirt?' b* droorr 'a and aundnek Th.. modern pattern number, your name 

®.90C will get you Into tola new ^ 2 iVm i^w^^t and address 

railed tlrepto«“ , elSt^ V, kftrilen f* 11 * 0 *!*. two' aun porchex aea* S?f ^ilHn x'° U,b ,° U * 11 l '“ ury , i^i New dramatic 1970 Needie- 

Irith lari? rioua entrance hall, outstanding AJAn K « 384 Try a trad* on your present hrane! . .__ 

taaliBMt^iwwhrita ST-aJSS "vlng room with wal! to -all c.lSrt 380 Do ft" want a revenue tor tax craft Catalogue — inspir- 

Siretopmenr^^ hoSTe USS mSa*E rtSS?^ “* atiora 0,1 ! Over 

mi orrriasn^ 9ANDEHi! ' J *®' only 2 yr* old. 2 *rarport and QUALITY, COMFORT $62,900 200 designs, 3 free patterns! 

LOOK AT THIS iS^i^g^^pe*^ Derigr^i” 0 "® ^di^iminattog MRS. V. ROBERTS. Dresses, jackets, accessories 

__ mortgage Thla la a one owner owner, thla quality ftwahed home 592-2171 Or 382-8117 to knit, CTOChet . . . quilts, 

2 -bed.-'a,m stucco home, home and haa enjoyed lota of loving »iu*t row be sold to settle l- . . „ “77, . . . , , . 

faU high baaamant wkheMra room care. See thla aoon I'm aura you eatitta. Spaciousness and comfort la Newatoad Realty Lid. toys, afghans. embroidery. 

dEgJ&rnttdS WDBt *“ <M * appo,n,t,, 2L22^L. -Zbtr;, JAGUAR INVESTMENTS sewing, weavktg. Only 50c. 

AtkfSg 0 * m 50 D. "opeST*% CALL 477-1841 ^to« ™m, ki^en LIMITED 50 Instant.Gffts-Fashmns, 

MARY OAtTriav ^m. FuThigb baaement vvitir 3995 QUADRA ST. accessories, tty*. Send BOc 

WOOD, **1361 or 5® 7341. OAK BAY - acap* far development to yaurUste 479-K321 Book of 16 Jiffy Rugs ta 

/~v-\cv r>tTxir-* r ntt? IINTVKRSTTY ARFi or mor * bedroom*. Deluxe oil hot 4(3-00^1 _ J ** 

COSY BUNGALOW uwiviurusii 1 aiula water ayatem. Etienatve use of knit, crochet, sew, weave 

DRIVE BY *07 McADOO PLACE ™* linury home yoraa In the new .tone work In F.P. and facade C OM DOWN PAYMENT. RE per hmk ^ 

(OFF CALUMET) and we are “1 "* *11 your Sundeck with aiuthem expoaura. month, 6rooan family hrane, View '***• w '- 

aure you will agree thla hoane ln Could not be duplicated at the Royal. Ideal ter young couple with Book of 12 Prize Afghans 

would make an excellent retire- JjJJ* . po S l,, iirfJ? e 'wall aaklng price of 591.UD. To view, call growing children. Quiet area with 
ment or small family home. «*J* )" ' *** "*> 3 A. M CHANDLER at 388-«9t limited traffic. Wc. 

Located on a QUIET street only a bedrooma alao ln panelled den, Book No 1 _ 16 Sutler! 

lfl min. walk from the TOWN kl ‘2 . ^ * dWn,n * SPACIOUS S-ROOM HOME ™ ' 1 10 SU ** rl 

AND COUWRY PLAZA Thla II 8 HANDYMAN'S SPEC IA L Conveniently located to Royal Quilts. 60c. 

yr. old aaell-bullt tain gal ow pro- ^^iwnui^i^lty waybrtter than Jubilee HnapttaJ. ahopa. achoola and twx at « u 

rida* LOW COST utllltle. Large conriradlon Md dec* Ai! „ VIC WEST, $14,000 tran.portatfaa Low down payment HOOA No. 2 — Museun 

living room with fireplace DHInga of “*! ^ > LARGE OLDER HOME ON COR with lerme available. Quilts —12 rare. CXltsUmdinj 

dlrwttf, 2 bedroom*, full hft»em«iit aouoie garag#, sun NFR i/yr W aq i,p a N n ... 

ss,.‘s.aSsiresfaawB- * BHBegrHQIJB1> .g -” u ^„, 


Thla charming 1-hednxxn, full To thla aparioua 4 bedroom borne 

BamL bungalow, cioae tn the with room tar 5lh bedroom. Family , 1010 „ . . 

park baa been completely ra alxed kitchen with beautiful custom Est. 1918 — 385-8771 (24 hTS.) 
decorated and la bright and mada caMnela. L-ahaped living 

ah!ray Juat waiting for you to room and dining room with attrar n T} 

move ta Immedkata paaaeaalan live raised alate fireplace and “ 

available feature wall. Modern ensulte R R 

JAfTC PRTCF Flnlahed rec room and bathroom ln nnr .,,,.. nnntl 

high height baaement BROWN BROS. 

388-9012, 477-6394 RON MaoDONALD W S 

OAnnnDA dav 385-8731 N 


scarf, place mats in No. 30. MENT? p 

Fifty cents (50c) fal Coins A good holding property (comer r ‘ 

, / , , . , lot 130'X]») one block from aea IV. 

(no stamps, please) for each ^ Located In heart of B 

pattern - add 15 cent, for m 

each pattern for first-class *iso t»r mnrtb c«ay and fur p. R. BROWN k SONS LTD 

... _, _ -| . __Dished Price *18,500 Call 


AGENCIES LTD. 

IIS Blanahard St 

“LARGEST RENTAL 
IN TOWN’’ 


HODGSON 38634SB or Rea 9868563. 

$1,375 DOWN 
$36,950 

N.HA. GORDON HEAD 

Tech Designed Homea Ud. will 
build this 3 bedroom 1230 aq. ft full 
baaement homa far you on on* ot 
It* completely serviced Iota na 
Laval Street In Gordon Head. Tha 
rlnondng la comprised of the NHA 
mart gaga and B.C 2nd mortgage. 
Extended term mortgages are 
available to lower monthly Day¬ 
mens*. Call Mr. Byron Price 
between S and I weekdays only 
pleaaa. 38S-245B. 


■ «vcuur 1111 uiriiii ajxj iMiicin. » 

The beautiful wall to wall carpet W 10 aaareM 

throughout makes it luxury living New dramatic 1970 Needle- 

Try a trad* on your present heme! „ _ . , , 

Do you want a revenue tor tax craft Catalogue — inapir- 
deduction7 Whatever your needs aee „ wrv , Ovpr 

thla today at only auons on every page. uver 


$62,900 

MRS. V. ROBERTS. 
592-2171 or 382-8117 

Newatoad Realty Ltd. 

JAGUAR INVESTMENTS 
LIMITED 
3995 QUADRA ST. 
479-6321 


200 designs, 3 free patterns! 
Dresses, jackets, accessories 
to knit, crochet . . . quilts, 
toys, afghans, embroidery, 
sewing, weaving. Only 50c. 

50 Instant.Gifts—Fashiora, j 
accessories, (figs. Send BOc. 1 

Book of 16 Jiffy Rugs to 
knit, crochet, sew, weave, 


TOWN k COUNTRY , 

R i 

E ! 

A 

L 

T 

Y 

LIMITED 

Town and Comtry Shopping Centra 
3817 Douglas SL 
383-1218 

Mai-Frt S:JM:00 Sal 1:008:00 


FAIRFIELD 

Close to Sea and Park 


• Th. people to SEE araPR-ar 593 AGNES ST. 

76?Fort St. 385-3435 (24 hr.) OWNER TRANSFERRED u* But 
• year old Immaculate 2 -bedroom 
homa Living room, panelled fire- -.. rnrlF T n 
t inr-r TTAXfTI Vtt plaoa wall. L-ahaped dlntog rotxn, r AliUlEito^ 

LAKGfc. If AJVUL.I . . apactou* famUy-alaed kitchen, 4- NEAR SEA 

SMALL BANK ACCOUNT? i*ce. vanity bathroom, high full ° 

YOU HAVE7 WELL. THIS HOME 

OFFERS 8IX BEDROOMS. A BIG '-£** „l. w air nSu 

FAMILY SIZE KITCHEN ON TWO ** kJn * P rtci 

LOTS WITH AN lExSS' SWIMMING . Rr _ . JJL, 

POOL AND ALL FOR *3,000 DOWN CEC PEARCE, 385-8771, 24 hra. Urg* 


C. G. HEISTERMAN 
k CO. LTD. 

1171 Blanahard SL 38S-I1A1 


PAYMENT. TOTAL PRICE *18.950. 
DON'T WAIT — CALL NOW! 

3*68495 & W. BRIDGES <78-1456 


"WE TRAD* HOMES'' 


spacious 8-room HOME B«* N«. 1 - 16 Superb QUICK POSSESSION 
Conveniently located to Royal Quilts. 60c. 

Juhihre Hn^ttaY‘h°pa. ^hootoand Qook No. 2 — Muieum Immaculate 3-Bedroom and 
with urmi available. Quilts —12 rare, outstanding Den family home with all 

IN HI inn FT HOUSING quilti. 60c. new acrvices. Asking $24,900 


WHY RENT? 

*125 per mcatlh — *2,501 down 
Ready to mova Into. 

*10,000 

Mr*. Musters. 1869435 


r. It Brown and Sena hava 
mortgage money 
alwaya available. 


96 — 96 — 96 — 96 — 96 

Every nlnety-alx minute* <d 
every working Day. Someone 
Somewhere Buya ah Engineer 
ad Boma. 


jssr sassaar s call D0 rek rayner 

OR BILL FELTON 


quilts. 60c. 
Book No. 3 


TOWN DUPLEX SEPARATE mtt IN BUDGET HOUSING quilts. Wc. new aervices. Aswng 

| ERS. REVENUE potential For .. - Book No. 3 — .Quilts for Call Mr. Hnldr-n to view. 

DETAILS CSALL A. M CHANDLER, CUSTOM-BUILT HOMES BY EX -p _- * 

3K8-4254 pertanoad craftsman. Trade-In* onn- Todays Living. 15 unique Iultrey ■ Mills Ltd 

_ _ aown - ™ quilts. BOc. 386-7737 , 477-2584 


CONCORD REALTY LTD. 

H4 Fcrt St 388-6471 - 

GORDON HEAD 
7% PER CENT 

1500 aq. ft of da luxe modern 
living, sundeck over doubl# carport 
and even a flab pend 

MODERN WATERFRONT 
VIEW ROYAL 
Three bedrooma, quiet area but cloaa 
L. all amenities-, 1300 aq. ft. with 
U5 j aq. ft a undeck. Available far 
aa low aa *7,000 down. 

GEORGE DEVLIN 
BRENT EWING 

*52-1*43 


Located Juat M « Mock aft 
Dallas Rd. thla older bungalow 
has living-room with fireplace, 
larga diningroom, 2 bedrooma, S 
pc. bath, kitchen needs re¬ 
modelling. FnH beaemera with 
auto oil heat. *5,000 will handle 
For appointment to view thla 
exclusive hating call Mr. Blan, 
fan. aval, 385-1185- 


$11,500 

FAIRFIELD COTTAGE 

Situated aa a lovely 80x120' 
aewered kit. tn good residential 
district Cottage coniJata of aun 
room. 12x17 L.R. with fireplace, 
electric kitchen. S-pce. bath. X- 
bedroom 8x12. Separata garage. 
OOM heaL Roof Insulated, na 
baaemecL Boma terms If re¬ 
quired. Call Stuart Crictanay, 
re* 9863170. 


TWO FOR XMAS 

gti.IWl — attract!v* North Oak Bav 
— modern tlx room* plus 2^4 ln 
flnlahed baaement Immaculate, Juat 
move In, 

*34,500 — B85 Treebank West — 
semi-country parklike, modern six 
rooms, full basement, two fir* 


-Mr Roberta 532-3590. 


ENGINEERED HOMES a em i-countrv parklike modern al* 

■ - _room*, full baaement, two flra- 

LIMI I fcJJ v I WATERFRONT, W1LDERNIW Plac**, double plumbing, double 

21 CADILLAC AVE. 385^211 <,r "" * 

_ mmt Owner. MARCONI REALTY IM-334J. 




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CROWN ASSETS DISPOSAL 
CORPORATION 


SWiiltt VtJ^rw, B.C.. Saturday. D*c. 20, 1969 


150 HOUSES FOR SALE 


150 HOUSES FOR SALE 


151 COUNTRY HOMES AND 
PROPERTIES 


WATIRFRO IT 
PROPER HES 


Cannon Discusses North Coidchan 


BELIEVE rr OR NOTr? 


BLOCK BROS. 

1800 Blanshard St. 
386-3231 

•WE TRADE HOMES" 
Opm #-& weekday*. 9-4 srt. 


JAGUAR INVESTMENTS 
LIMITED 

H AOS ATT. Srrx - Kara»a* 
lama, dm k> c*y tea t ra aad 
t ra -g .et . 1ta a Bnna M fttsrt 


DRIVE BY 

4652 WILLIAM HEAD RD. 


Four yean old. large 3-bedroom 
with dining room and large living 
room. Catenet electric kitchen wMk 
calls* area Colored vanity hath- 
rourt. Gleaming nek floori thraagh- 
eut NewKy painted Intarle aa* ouL 
a high batemcnt-migtaiita recrea¬ 
tion roan Oll-OWrtir fwace. 
PlumAed aod wired tar waahef and 
dyer. Carport Sea and mountain 
view and only for 119.800, with low 
dm™ payment. Thla home iltuated 
la the heart el Seeka aad could glva 
Immediate posaenfcrt 

EMIL I2IK 
m«l - 471-5631 
Metropolitan Really Ltd. 

"good”buy5 

\ 

1 4tt3*r — 8 tertmama. tairoaru- 
MJjl rtca lot. mall graanhousc. 

3 DM — 2 bedroom, 9 yean 
oM. view, handy location. 

l-C* — awcloda. sparkling 
klrtt 5 bedrooms up plua 1 
daum dining mom. 

Call J85-2458 
tX)N PATTERSON 
Byron Price and Aainclatea Ltd. 


ASK MR. HARVEY'* 
GLORIOUS OCEAN 
FRONT -300 FT 
VERY NEAR VICTORIA 

A DISTINCTIVE ARCHI¬ 
TECT DESIGNED HOME 
FOR THE PROFESSIONAL 
MAN, IN SECLUDED SEA¬ 
FRONT SETTING ON 14 
ACRES OF WOODED 
BEAUTY. OWN BEACH 
ACCESS. A MOST RARE 
AND CHARMING PRO 
PERTY. VIEW BY APPT. 
WITH KENNETH HARVEY. 
PLEASE CALL ANYTIME. 
RES. 606-2387 BLOCK 
BROS REALTY LTD.. 477- 
1841. 


HANDYMAN SPECIAL 
IN VIC WEST 

■S par year taxes. 2 bert-oomi with 
extra ream h* Mi nuunt ba s em ent . 
Nm* plumbing and wiring, new gas 
hot water Some finishing required. 
3 Mock to bu*. achool and ahopa. Try 
year down payment on 05,000. 

DON LAYMAN 
386-3231, Rea. 385-0297 


JAGUAR I NVEST MENTS 
LIMITED 
419-6X2 


TRADE INTO! 

3 BR 4 YR OLD — S2S950 

2 ER 1 YR OLD — SM.708 

HuMi homes na nrot-cla*« In 

r-iMtnibiiun. loraitre and condition 
t"liana tor detalla o( our trading 
plan. Vou could have sufficient 
«i«lty In your present home to 
meet the down payment on a newer 
ona. Pull Information without obtl- 
gaHon from Mrs. W- Knox 
or 3H6-5G35 

MASTER CRAFTSMAN BUILT - 

Thta beiutiM ,■« home kaa 
evrvthlng y*t> cited »l* tar In 
, poaafort. iimary and tocattoa, Ifi 
spacious, lit ipSt-lavet. tl baa deep 
wag to wal *ag carpet te-ougf—ft 
If you can afford *44.000 (good 
lenru iwIMti jow Ini drive- 
fay ahnuW ha M Alvarad* Terrace 
- then call CSIaa Keg, 6E-4450, 386- 


HORSE LOVERS 
ACREAGE AND HOME 


NORTH COWICHAN 


Step- further Mi education in econotn- the rejiooal district ware set up 
ptes ■km ea North Crmirban Kra and improve hia professional mamlj to facilitate the provin- 
aidennan alter six yean means sumiinj at Ooilop Pulp Mill- cia) go v ernment rather than the 
giving up a job “I have enjoyed A cecood-4daaa engineer, be k*a] governments. 

Ii i iiiuahaa ty" for John Carmen worts aa drift foreman at the "Nevertheksa I think regional 

The reason lor his leaving . . &****» are a good thing 

public life is hia desire to Caanop , , * hl ; }_ to baMcally and ■ the challenge 

■ r^ TTnna-■"My tcoamoucs. I know ecu- facing the regional board mem- 

notice to creditors nomica is the most important „ to make it a good local 

| “ SL same government, despite what tha 

! r-a-t Me a 4 |uiiibi 4. aa rw** °* “* biggeat problems provincial government has done. 

«rrrt, Vlrtarta. la Ike Provtaoa al facing US today. 

He teela there are four pillars “The mocassin telegraph has 
-SRO? Jg on W Meh civilization rests -Stormed me that aocrie depert- 

againat m* ti tih of the ahove named e o o n o m I c provision, political ****04 rt municipal affairs offi- 
?STE S? STrSg^rS.clr’^f organization, porsuit of knowl- \n»U have reaUaed the 

suite 5*. H5 Van street, wterte. ac edge and art and moral obliga- (danolenclBa of the regional 


Must ba anfd!' Thla FOUR BFB- 
Ruom luau la brand aew. LeUs 
LIVING BiXIbC ba a FIRE PLACE. 
DtWTIVG ROOM, rtTCWEW. TWO 
BATHBOnatS Aunvri \ Sere* uf 
land In a nice lucalioa. Alac a new 
8 kin stall ban. Tbla W a gaaU 
limatmant. . 

Call WALLT MILLIGRir 185-6131 
Cniwn Realty. G- 0. Pealoa 
Holdlaga Ltd. TO Jabnaoa SI 


LANGFORD . 
RIGHT ON 
THE LAKE 
100 FT. FRONTAGE 

Boating, aiding, fining at your 
dooratep. Immaculate home. 1000 
•Q- R. of comfortahle living. 2 
bedrooma. living room and dining 
room hat rich wall to wall 
kroadloom, picture window haa 
expan alve view of lake. Two 
■eparaba tala year cm wharf aarf 
Boat Afl thta and far only *H,g(» 
Flnaaeteg aeathUe. Ta «tea* cab 
anytime. 

W. MICHAELS 

MM741 47T-4884 


OWNF.l 


consibers sellwg 

-exaewfkia home ta quiet 

area al Oak Bay near IMvanlty., 
Tbf* very decfrasle 4-bed 1 ., colon tat 
•tyle home ti ]u«t two yeari old 
ami eaateloa aaany unique feature* 
PeavislcB la baiemMU for fill bad 
lc n aad Ihlfd ha IS Makkig 
tctel of 2.SQB a* ft Chah li 7% per 
-•at uactpsB lave eammiiilca at 
thli reaaonable price of *43.900 Write 
Victoria Preti, Box 526 for appotnt- 
ment viewing 


BC LAND 


CENTRAL SAANICH 
11.86 ACRES 

BmadM *k»i «| Maul NauMoa 
ftxaa aay part oi tbla LL98 acna of 

high and dry brm land. Older 3- 
bediaaa bauaa Mat ftUa ra*a- 
latian ate ridkig riag- Meal for 
horar. teran. Term* imagad on 
ftill price of aua CALL C M 
i BUD i FQRBSS. Raa. 652-2150 Off 
365-8731. , 

Craaa Realty G, D. Beaker 

Holding! Ltd-, 727 Johmon St. 


NHA QUALIFYING—f7,8M 

g'xliy- CQPNER. Cali a. M 
Cimndiar. 3Kh-4294. b_ 


ZONED 

HEAVY INDUSTRIAL 

2L930 aq. ft, ISO ft. fronlag*. 

„ W5.Baa.ap 

Call A. M. Chandler. 386-4264. 
O^tlMd ReaJ Eftade Ltd. 


UNIVERSITY 
REALTY LTD 
3629 SHELBOURNE ST. 
IN THE PLAZA 
477-1855-' 


MAKE THIS THE BEST CHRIST¬ 
MAS OF ALL — A houae of your 
owe — living room with fireplace - 
dmlng room — 4 bedrooma — large 
kiUhen and eating are* — full 
baaement — Low down payment - 
full price 06.900.00 Hugh 3. Wyatt. 
38*3531 «■ 47JL6B72. 

DUPLEX — INCOME 

Ren ti the way to aave money. 
Live In the owners suite, 2 
ix-tb-oome, Hvtng room, full tire 

kitchen aad extra taiga tamUy 
rooan, and tat the alter 2 bedrocn 
auile pay rff y*aa usrtur A'klat 
price 121,188 8H1 Fllk SSS-IUBS nr 
88&S3L 

SUNKEN LR -S22.9W 
OVERLOOKING 
GOLF COURSE 

Parquet ten aad rated slate 
hearth In LR. Extra large kitchen 
S BR's Full baiement. School 
Iraaaport and ihopa all clote. D- B. 
Taylor 3863231 or 364-1208. 

"A" frame hide-a way on 1.35 acre* 
asking onlv *fl«« "with tcraat cad 
me Jack taldwai 3EA3ZS ar 3B8-WS 
Black Bro*. LM 

Lot 50x133 Gorge, area of aaod 

homes on aawer asking |2.3u» Jack 
Caldwell 3BB-C3I Bock Bnu. Lt* 

ESQUIMALT TUDOR. 

524.900 

If you teva a wfth tor aomelhing 

dlfftrent this Is fbr you. t3n a realty 
nlcaty landscaped corner lot and 
with a view of the Olympics. A 
cosy bungalow with 2 Beds aad 1>4 
baths. Two driveways, carport with 
workshop, large den. galley type 
kitchen. See It qulcbty wild Irena 
Dnhdel. B86-3231 or 384-8692 


153 WANTED TO BUY 
HOUSES 


HANDYMAN'S SPECIAL 
OR .INVESTMENT 
2 Works from Sidney Post Office 
tbla Hoc sq. ft. 3 bedroom borne, 14 
new, 14 older anti rented for *145 
pm. Could be duplexed as V>t has 
136 ft, frontage. Terms available. 
Asking *17.750 

856-4000 K. DROST 656-*2* 
SAANlCft PENINSULA 
PROPERTIES LTD 


LUNDS 


1— *7,800- Seavlew building lot. 

Centra! Saanich, *2,000 down. 

2— 18.100-1 acre with trees and 

seclusion, near the r>« 

MUJN - 

city. 

•85 acre. 


YOUR HOME OR PROPERTY IS 
REQUIRED BY BLOCK BROS. 
1800 BLANSOAKD ST. 

My client must bujr befura Dec. 31ft 
aad nparu rauenua pcogarty over 
ft’S.gB Has large rate down 
pa.vaacnl any rtweaat ctelldered. 
URGENT Freddj States 386*231 or 
4H-5908 


GARDNER AGENCIES LM 


1)26 FORT ST. 

FINAL 


Uaht industrial lot in 
had room huusq. 

Extended Com»erc*al 
nod traffic cotaft 
_ - ILL 9A2458 

__ DON PATTERSON 

BYRON PRICE A ASSOCIATES LTD. 


Real Estate — Insurance 


CENTRAL SAANICH 
M Acres approximately 43 acres 
cleared, high rotling SSO-ft. frontage 
on arterial highway. CM nubile 

umte- supply A rapl sutehlste. 
potential al juft one* *2.000 aar 
acre ftet he*R*»e on Ihts or* 

F SUSWOOD phoa. 381-1*21 
HOORMAN INVESTMENT CO. LTD. 
3111 Goucrusneaf S4re«4 


AUCTION 

FOR 1969 

TODAY 

9*Q A M 


2 or 3 bedroom otoaa to any bus 
baa. Solid 2tk30 yr. old bcBae m 4a 
*»,88* required quJekly. My client 
baa sold aad as**' >s«B eaK-k 

E isesslon. Up to ilESOO as cash 
wn. Ben Grelg 386-3211 or 470-4253 


GENERAL 
COMMERCIAL LOT 

ft Cal weed rree- 

w **■ 

r *« Make an cfltr. 

W — Bek Hamer — -rut-Trui 


BY BUILDER 

Two executive Pomes, 6 and 4 bed¬ 
rooma, 2 fireplaces each, rec rooms, 
douhle carport with sundeck*. Must 
be seen to be appreciated. Also 
several waters lew krts that we 
»«N Ute ta build ta year ■ftcitt- 
calkwa AM Iksar In ebeded areas 
J. Fltterer Builders Ltd., 382-2980 


Aa elder family hseae with 
pomalbtllty of In-law suite or srlth 
small cotlace In the ground*. Mte* 
ha within tba IQ adit drda Prita 
*0 *39880 

D Layman. 3864 m ft as P.V4H1 

CASH FOR OLDER BOMBS 
Aaywtere. sultakla fbr reaosralkai 
Prefer concrete fcxindatlcsj and 
pr eh ak l y rtqulriaa new farier*. 
Good rental area. Irene Dafclel. bat 
1231 or 384-8692. Block Bros Reafty. 


3mmn - Bek Hamer - ' XS-ZX 
^ Blucit Bros Realty Ltd . 

SEVERAL BEWEftED LOTS 

*^5°. Call TPrry Purtaw. THE 

*1 REALCARE ESTATES 
Lm, 822 Cormorate Street, phone 


BRENTWOOD 
Propertira Ltd. 

Your Brentwood Bay Realtor 
tor properties and insurance 
652-1141 


"VACANT' 

■VMJte DOdrN“ 

"GORDON HXADT 
One yr. old 3 BR. bungalow plus 
room foe 3 more BRa. (nearly 
finished! and a SiUsbed rumpua 
room Is the high daylight, basement. 

I As at ft* tha tateaammaa with a 
large family Price *32,000. Mr. 

S. Evans, 382-2137; Res 479-7217. 
Western Ho mes Ltd, 917 Fort St. 

ARRAL CUTtE 

Drive by 13* Netl Street. th« 

phone am to ftkW* yoa through this 
lovely no basement Home. Two 

bedrooms cozy living room with 

fireplace and wall to wall carpet, 
■take an otter ax the arising prira 
id *19.500. Terms. Phylki Wheldon, 
Orik-e 3K-43I2 Home 3M-TH3 Dtckle 

Agencte Ud._ 

“mr. investor 

Want a good Rental Home ot over 
IBS aqaare tset. all rooms large. 
Two ar three Bedrooma Spotless 
mtettha — Vacant. Asking 113.500. 
Fhyfflx Wheldon office 382-4312, 
Boca* SB-7713. 

Dlckl* Agencle* Ltd. _ 

GORGE 

3 BfAm bung liv. rm. 13xJ4. Kit 
lieia elec, cab OOM heal, utility 
rtn. DI. garage A nle* rim a 
hemft Early poaa *16,950.00. Terras 
8a.nD4yk.nd 382-2137 ar evm 3S8- 
332B Western Home* Ltd. _ 

ABEDROOM HOMES IN MEL¬ 
VILLE PARA. SIDNEY. UNDER 
CONSTRUCTION M AX I A 

MORTGAGE LOW DOWN FAY- 

WEST ' BRAUN A DUCtOS 

CONSTRUCTION LTD 
656-3029 - R56-3M0 


Both on cite sealer. 
•Phrased tending sites, 
mil Ken Jenaen, Ulaod 
3»-W«6. rm. 3B9WI 

P«ft CWwood 
Good holdtaw. 
terms Phon* 
• 1 383-T115 er 


WATIRFRONT 

PROPERTIES 


Good Quality 

CARPETS 

MAJOR APPLIANCES 

Chesterfield, Bedroom 
and Dinette Suites 


LARGE DOWN PAYMENT 


Urgent—ft bdrm rancher with full 

b a ms ten t <te*4egad ar milakl*. 

Oak Bay, o* good area to Cantral 
Samtf* Price ta *3AI0a H 
VUxtlftd. M6 2»l er 3*1523 

BLOCK BROS REALTY 
, LTD. 


or mountain alt 


SHAWNIGAN LAKE, B C 
125 FT WATERFRONT 


EHawia Realty Ud,, 18B2 Ckoft S. 

ratKHMALT LOT 30X138. HIGH 
Bad rocky with view. Kniy mgviced, 
and ctoae to traiseportatlon, Avail- 

■kle <a lerna at gf,50A Wm 


NOTICE IS HER1BY GIVEN tigg w ™ 

creditors and others having elate* are Becoming Digger ana mis 

^ wlD “"touc." 
are h«r eby _re- RFTO6M NEEDED* 

Mr. C*oooD stressed the 
necessity of a reform in the 
to correct the conflict 
eftteTltte ,l tertS? l Siited*iteJS between various bodies of ^ocal 

to. having regard oaly to the claims of government. 

"^md aU Mariam* Indexed to the laid _ ”W^|h tte, council., North 
estate are ragwred to pay their in- Cowtchan and Duncan, and the 
datriMtaam to mte Admlnlftrator forth- Cf> *" * 

Dated at Victoria. B.C., this *th day ^ 
ft Dacember. 1989 Ull 

OfflrtaJ Administrator for the it. 

County ft Victoria. 


OCEAN FRONTAGE!! 

Spectacular view; overlooking Trtn- 
rnmaJI Channel oa-*Uudaoa Strait; 
lSalt Spring AUK s Tyr -ysaing. 
3-tx4rm. NB. teste. EftlcleDt. bar- 
Slvled kit, spacious 14x23 llv. rm I 
W Siding glam dents, to sundeck! 
Also haa 18x23 cemeated patio! 
Loads ft rxlras with thla taalaftic 
offering’ Sues aad fridge, waster 
and dryer and daeptleoe to stay: 
Full trailer hook-up farittlai- «o 
premlmtl An excellent wall mm*I t* 
am gait of water per he. Ta*l 
price. **4.900. Call Dick Partkgprw 
at <112i 537 2814 or bet tar iML 
come over during the horirisy 
period and see for yourself! Block 
Bros. Realty Ltd . 1800 Blanihatd 
Street. Victoria. B.C. (SS6-323U WX 
TRADE HOMES. 


BrauLUuJ lakesten Ut4r*sa 

borne, all utllltiei, double garage 
with private teiveseey, ■ t a r a g a 
•bed. seclusion, treea. view, Al¬ 
tered part of lake, property nicely 
grated .Includes floats and boat¬ 
house. *4.000-*5.000 down, halance 
on terms 


deceased, who died at Victoria. B-C 
on Octoher 24th 19*9. i__ .. 

quaried to send them, properly verified 
by Statutory DaclaraUotk to tha nailer 
signed at 302 Royal Trust Building 
VfctoU. SC. before the 15th day of, 
Jaamsry. Itea. after steich dale the area 


VANCOUVER BUYKH H*Et» three 

bedroom, fufl basement home by 
January IB. 7970 Will to la Victoria 
any w**kaad ta view. Arms aft 
Important. Plaate call: 

JIM ANDERSON 
38S4BA1 Anytime 

BOULTHEB, SWEET REALTY 
LTD. 

_7 37 Fort groat - 8BS-5 M1 

CLIENT NEEDS JfXJS RUMPUS 
room In bamtnen* 3 Bateeotnt- 
Frlre *20.000 ta ptatc Pnmaalm 
tot Immediate. Ho Pelllag 5S8- 
4401. 582-3271. Shtrtdy P>«p*' Home- 
fhriera Ltd 

Wanltd: 2 and 3-bedroo«n boram any 
ate* Und*r (30.000 Call Earl Mc- 
Lachlan. 386-2961 er KMttl Na- 
tnmal Trust Real Eatais D*pt. Hill- 
ft da Shopptng Centre. 

I WILL BUY YOUR 2 OR I BED 
room home lmmadlaiety (or cash II 
If l tellable tor rental oorpnaes Fur 
fiat action call my agent J 
ROGERS at BLOC! BROS 
REALTY anytime MS3231. _ 

WANTED - 2 BEDROOM HOME 
mi to *22.000 by Feb. 1ft. Cali Ted 
(ftarters. 385-24M. Byroa Price arsi 
Assor I a Ips ^.td^^ea Stetete 

*4.000 DOWN FOE HOME 
Suitable to reM oft Mr. Bowden. 
City Brokerage. MBte4l 

*4.800 DOWN FOR HOME 
Suitable to sent out. Mr. Bowden. 
City Biokerage. 38A3547 


1 aad 2 acre*, al East Sooke Road 
and Tlmtorteodle Road. Treea 
**•*• T ry your own down payment. 
A. Klenman. 582-U21 - J.& Royal 
Oak Properties Ltd. flt-lflte. 

SIDNEY OVER LOO ramc^wisErL 
L,»er\'lced view lota, total price 
*30,0C0. Offers consictared aa angla 
lota. Box 127. Sidney, Ph. «B-ltel 

EXPERIMENTAL FABM Ar£a 
fantastic sea view. U acre. no.9BO 
Private. 656-4487 


Commercial 


FLOOR SANDER 
Powered Hand Tools 
Sit Down Mower 
Expensive ReeNoiag 


QUALICUM BAY IK ACRE 


Quality Oran front tome, g 
apaciou* rooms plu iauotey room 

and sioeaga roora. Lighty toiri te wd . 

■achiiMB. tradi. view. -- 

gratting to large batch arte. Lara 
»JW* tod aaraga M QOS to 
SIARH (town. Balanra <a b m 


155 PROPIRTY WANTED 


‘This conflict is bound to 
increase between the organized 
areai and the regional district 

SEALED TENDERS In triplicate ar Kg ra ,,.. (J th*t rtiffprpnt atti- 
lorini augulled lor the contractor imrkad OWCaUSe °* tuuerem BUI 

Tenter fur the Reviaiosw to c wing tuaes of the people who live in 
DUtiiterikm Syftem. SL Joseph * HaapA the urhnn and rural inmi 
■al. Victoria. B.C" will he racelv^ly . anQ ™ r * J 

tha Kxacutivp Director of the uoefttai We can see it reflected 
tefora* if® Vm 01 Jmnuiliy - 197 * “ * through the directors repregeot- 
Pian*. sped ii cat i oaa Fm* ft Tendar mg those, various unorganized 

was. It will take a great deal 
pitai. after i:«o pm. Deromtwr n ii®. of thinking by the members of 
J®** 1 . ■ft Ute Y*«»d« mb- the regional board to overcome 

Bigtad payable to SL Josephs H capital. ... , , 

must accompany the Tender and shall this prODlem. 
be _ forfeited *» the party tendering de- Mj, Cajmon said fie felt that 

when ____ 


REDUCED, MUST SELL 

Owner must setl lovely 2 bdrm.. 12- 
yr old hungalow In N. Quadra 
area. Ideal retirement no-sten 
home, 960 sq fl., wall to wan 
throughout, perfect rood* ten. 
Nicely landscaped, quiet area. Only 
*21.500. Try *3.900 down. 

386-3231 Jeff Chalk SO-29M 


Qceto Front Lota Avftiabla. tea 
will talk farms. 


TftjB. Electric TralM. Btoycto*. 
TV 8«ts. ChlBB, Gtaaa On**' 
menta, Portable Typewttfcwa, 
VacuBtn nieaMin. 

IS oil Chiba, Bag ud Cert, 
{■valid Chair.. 

OVER 400 LOTS 

Curnmeocinf ta Froftt Salesroom 


WANTED 

IMMEDIATELY 

Sawend Iota 

-Acreage 
-Apartment sites 

CASH 


JAGUAR INVESTMENTS 
479-632! 


GARIBALDI GLACIER B U N G A- 
low. 16x20 ft. Won In fishing teeby- 
Musi sell Immediately. BuagaUiw 
complete In prefab kit form, except 
plumbing, retail *2.024, offers. 385- 


WATERFRONT 
GORDON HEAD 
J48.500 F.P. 

Just 6 years old. 3 bedrooms, 
2 x /% bathrooms, den (4th bed¬ 
room), family room (F.P.). 
The living room has an old 
brick (full wail) fireplace. 
View* from almost every 
room in the house, this house 
was designed to take advan¬ 
tage of its location. Easy 
care, *unny lot. To view, 
call: 

MURIEL THOMPSON, 
477-2251 

Or Any Salesman from 
Whittome’s. 388-4271 
J. H. Whittome A Co. Ltd. 


It* Constructlnn Co Ud. 


ISLAND HOMES LTD. 

:H Douglas SI. lit*. 


388-8191 anytime 


TWOBBJM0OM BUNGALOW. U 
year* old. IK tag room with L-teaoe 
items utilities off kitchen. *17.986 
Ban Parent or Mary James. 382- 
8117. 

Newfta ad Realty Ltd 

SIDNEY MARYLAND DB 3 
bdrm. bungalow. W-W erpla.. flre- 

K ‘ ,ce. utility. l»nd*cspad. »rsie. 
n down. mtg*. Apply US.™ 

*%. 98HM ___ 

VLA 1 BDRM. BSMT SOME 
wllb dui | nod laaftjraa. Juft 


PROPERTY WANTED 

We have Cl lefts who requlra 
property salable tor Co Jomlniu-n 
or eonvenllonal apartmants, sub- 
dlvUlon mod single lola. 

Slegg Bros. Realty Ltd. 

690 Broughton Sit 

_ 38*4381 anytime _ 

Lft* Oft acraaae that nan ha built 
<« any area. Earl 54cLachlan. SKV 
tan or 38UM1 National Trite Raft 
Estate Dept. B'lUkte Shop Cactro. 

LOTS OR ACREAGE IN ANY AREA 
VTdtary and Sana Ud. 

3n«4l 383 ACS 


COLWOOD—NEW 
3 BEDRMS.-2 BATHS 
52,800-|7,§50 DOWN 
THREE new homes to choose from 
and built by DIFFERENT CON- 
TRACTORS, exceptionally AT- 
TRACTIV*. SUPERBLY 
PLANNED. loaded with 
THOUSANDS Oft DOLLARS *ta 
EXTRAS: a* mn STONE 
i IREPLACE* ta toftw aartea 
living rasp, tete ft ETTIU CAB- 
NETS In teaaRy ate* kkrtwaa 
SLATE ENTRANCE tete EXPEN¬ 
SIVE BS1CE AND STONE work, 
tolid SHAKE BOOTS LARGER 
floor a raa DE LUXE, vanity 
baihrooan*. EN SUTTE 2-PCE- 
B'fH Ofr MASTER BDRM5. plus 
QUALITY CONSTRUCTION 
lin-'UgtaMl. Located In a TOP 
AREA ctona to arbooli and ahotia 
I'.iMnnnts with roe rm., den with 
2nd HroplaM. 4th bdrm . and 3rd 
Imlh. rooghad to DON't MBS 
SF.EIEC TBKSB at ofty 827.W6. 
Immad. poaa. trade* coeildered. 
Courtesy to all aganta Pb Morris 
Lund. MAIMS 


cllre* to enter Into a__ 

called upon to do ao In accordance with 
the Instruction to Bidders. 

The Board ft M.n»g«ma^r ft sl Jo- 
aapb'a Haaftlft ra**nr* tha right hi re¬ 
ject any or all Tassdan without agcpl > ns 
Hon. Tba lowest tender wfll aft aecn 
aarity ka accept ad 

No Tandar baring quaHfytag cteteaa will 


BRITISH COLUMBIA HYDRO AND 
POWER AUTHORITY 
Invites Tenders fer the Ftllewin{: 


154 PROPtRTY FOR SALE 


DON'T WAIT FOR SPRING 
Don’t wait for Spring 
Build Now 

Exrotlant mv|*w let In Books 
Handy to ftl stsoppieg. tranaporta- 
Uwi etc. But away from Us* 
■raffle Priced right at B891 

MARJ NAPPER. 5S24B54 
BLOCK BROS. REALTY 
4T7-1841 


DESCRIPTION REFERENCE CLOBNG DATE 

Drainage and Paring Abbotsford Store* Yard. .. BQ 7348 Jan. A 79TO 

Photo E’crtrlc Controls as Required . HQ 7349 JU- 27. 3970 

Brake Dram Lathe . BQ 73M J«n- 30. im 

F«se Cutouts and Links .. BQ TSO Jan U, 1970 

Sgbway Networks and Sumerrible Tranafcrmars BQ 1*52 Jan 20, 1910 

Sealed Tenders clearly marked M *bme-refer*need wtlJ b* received In Room 
Itek aC.- Hydro and Power Authority Building, 970 Burrard SlraH, Vancouver 1, 
EC., until 12:00 Noon Closing dates as above. 

Oet»"« r-'.v lie obtained at lha otflro ft the nurchaaing tetertment. 10th 
ttorie. 770 Burrard Street Vancouver L BC. Telephtee Mutual l-PD. local 2560. 


Tba Board ft 
St Joasoh * ' 
Victoria. EC 


151 COUNTRY MOMIS AND 
RROPtRTUS 


1 TO J ACRES WITHIN 
muting disiakr ' to Vlrteria 
tenL Prl*ali Phcasa M3-3TS1 


CANADA 

Deparlmeil of Traaaport 
Pacific Air Sarstes Bngion 
TENDER 

SEALED TENDERS, iftmtel to un 
del aignad. Room tea. winch Rida, 139 W. 
Haatlogt 40.. Vancouver 1. B-C . marked 
' Tandar ka Arceea Rma. Lotaa A Sta¬ 
tion. Sandsptt Airport" will ba raeelved 
up to 1:48 p m. P ET., January 3A 1870, 
lor cotteruclifti ft an aceaa* road end 
*it* clearing tor Gray Point Loran "A' 

Stattoo near Sand spit Airport, EC. 

Plans, speciflratiote and otter tendet 
documonis may be *xamlaad al tha office 
of tha Regional Cuoatniettan Tag* 11 
Rteca 308, Winch Bide T38 W. Raftings 
Street, Vancouver 1, BC., and copla* ob¬ 
tained on deposit of a certified cheque 
tor PS08 made payable to the Receiver 
Genaift ft Canada Plana and anaelflca 

tines will alen be on dtantae at the A real 
gamathd Const. Asm. of B.C., 2675 Oak 
SL: Southnm Bulldlnt Reports. M» Wcsi 
12th A**., both of Vencouver Industrial 
Coate. Centra Ud.. 3438 WUHngdon Ave., 
Burnaby, EC: Amalgam*tad Const 
Aim ft EC. Suita 8-543 Baattoo St 
Victoria. EC., and Prince George Const. 
Ana , 3311-l*th Ava . Prior* Ganrgr. 
EC 

J. A Lenahab 

Ragtoaft Dtractor. Air tervtre. 


WOULD YOU BELIEVE *»l PER 
ACRE ON LOWER VANCOUVER 
ISLAND? I will Show you approx. 
83 acre* an Ham Valley Road, on 

boundary ft thla property 1* 
Metctnsin Croak. WaU worth the 
aftdog price ft *48,300 with *15,0U) 
down ate balance to vender 
Q*ll C. M. BUD FORBES 
Rte. ommo Off. Mum 

Crown Realty, G. D. Paakar 
Hold Inga Ltd., m Jotowoai «. 

APARTMENT SITE 
30.000 SQ. FT. 

THERE _ B STILL TIME TO 
ACQUIRE THIS IXCM.LENT 
BONED CORNER LOT IN 1988. 
BUT DO NOT LOBE ANCTTgEH 

Grown Realty G. D. Peaker 
Hot dBm Ltd.. TZT Johoaon St. 


MAY YOU RAVE A MERRY XMAS 
In tbla new huine in Sidney.. 

This new 1.888 aq. R gkadroqm 
Imuran' home haa tha lottowtng 

* t Krtu2v*'* l £edlIen *rw*n design 
cabinets ft rid Inf apaciou* Idlchen 
ate dintag room 

—Large L.R. with wttta brick 
flraptota atelnal ilmaUltd 
ftafiid (talar* wail 
-Doable site* art is matching 
Mad. dealgo vealli la bathroom. 

—En a one bath In Master faadrm. 

—Rwag lamp* in V*lv*t w*B- 
paparad Cathedral r«L 
—Siloed cedar sldlag exterior with 
Bey window 

—Stirk* roof. Corner lot 
—Doutd* attached carport. 

This homr Is priced at 127,201 by 
bunder for Xmas sale. With Gov't 

wound rota*., a small down ray- 
meet will let you hava Immediate 

Stem**alf w*«k«nd at 10043 SkMaH 


COBBLE HILL 
33 CHOICE ACRES 

Baa bean operated aa ■nail (arm, 
t-rootn frame bungalow, outbuild¬ 
ing. Properly part tread ate partly 
tanrad Front* oa 2 road* F.ftate 
aate Aefelna *30,000. Soma tanni 
availabi*. 


KOPINA 

VAN. OLE DEEP BAY AREA 

A new concert in aubtHridtog. 98 
tea In tha flral plan ar* now on th* 
market, priced from HAD u> (U.90U 
Well treed, aome tandacaped. urv 
sur p a—d marine view, blacktoppad 
road*, wa te r syftem In OQarallan by 
July SL 1870. Large lodge with 
dmlng. dance, private party, TV 
room a plus modern ewtmmlng pool, 
lor lha ana ft the lot owner* 
Excellent flatting, stemming oa tha 
sandy ban char Deep Bay Basin 1 
mil* with year-round anchors** 
Located 42 mile* north ft Nanaimo 
Foe maps, price list, phon* or writ* 
Frank hT McUaghlln •«« TSb&m. 
Jack Coal am ave*., 788-7873. 
Nanaimo Realty c&, 17 Churoh St. 
Nanaimo TW-3SM 


ASTONISHING VALUE 
SOUTH OAK BAY 
519,750 

2-bdratL tuH tent hone. NIC* 
living rm- with Oreptaca. sap. 
d'nlng rm. modem atac. rab 
kltchag Rewired and capper 
plumbed, pkge ftl hast Clow to 
Wlndaor Park and lha *e«. Vacant 
Excattftsl value ta thla pftteer 
area. LEW MOTLLfET. 386-T543. 
Rea 08-5275. 


FOR SALE 


ALSO 

41 acroa with sane marhaUbl* 
second a iv— i Umber. OAQCO 

S tick sals aaeeftlal. Plena* call 
r Custanca 3-5-3491 anytime 
Swlnarton, Stewart Clerk, Ud. 

_ A SECLUDED SPOT 
4.38 PLUS COTTAGE 
519,850 

A beautiful property most ft which 
Is In Ita natural, state The cottage 
rant* for *70 per month. Perfect as 
a starter, retirement, or tr vs at meet 
property — excellent financing. 

'SSm SHEA - 593-9213 
R1THET AGENCIES LIMITED 


5.77 ACKER OF CROWN LAND 
AT 

SEA TERRACE AND BARNARD STREET 
VICTORIA. BRITISH COLUMBIA 

Offers Am tavltod oa the Above Lftnd 

Offers must be received *t the Corporation’s Office in 
Ottawa not later than 5 p.m. E.S.T., January 13,1970. 

For detmiU, including Conditions of Sale, apply to- 

CROWN ASSETS DISPOSAL CORPORATION. 
4050 WEST 4TH AVENUE, 
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA 
Tel.: 752-4351 


CHOICE 
SEA VIEW LOT 

CORDOVA HAY 

WxlW’. Plana tor 1800 a*, ft horn* 
tnctu ded la one* ft only tll.ioe 
wtth^tarma Tot tort bar daUds call 

RON BLACK 

Rraadvtaw Proparttaa Ltd. 


HARRY 

FOSTER 

LTD. 


WATERFRONT 

PRIVILEGE 

VIEWS OVER BRENTWOOD RAY 
A bit of ad World toft a atone a 
throw from Br«ntwote Ferry Dock. 
PRIVATE »U4T MOORAGE. FI8M 
ING AND BOATING whan th* 
living la aaay er watch thla peaceful 
•caoa from tha windows ft your 
own charming living raon. THE 
SOUND OF MUSIC ftrtn 
BUTCHARTS GARDENS. 3 had- 
roonu, full baiamaa*. fruit trees 
1*5.860 Pica at cadi «M MARY 
ROLBKI. 383 8U7 or 888-Bni 
_NEWET EAD REALTY 

OWN YOUR 
OWN ESTATE 

For only *49.800. 3 bedrooms, t 
halhrocma no *lep bp yaluw pla* 
a 1-bad room erttag* m. on almuat 
2 sera* ft woodad property with 
Approx. ur watartroot. Sound 
IdaalT It la! Phone 

MARIAN PRICE. 388-4401 

Shirley Philos' Homeflnders Ltd. 


IfltDt 5ldd.ll Rd. 

Thu fln* 1-bedrm. 1.238 aq 3- home, 
priced al *24.100 
aian outside 

—Heavy siucro finish with Tudor 
design oulakl* 

-Attached carport. 

—Shake rort 

— Roaewood fa*lor* wall with whit* 
brick fireplace 

Spanish-alyl* cabinet* in kitftssD. 

— Broad loom throughout. 

--DouhW sink la bath 

—Bn sulla plumbing In M bdrm. 
—Complete waghtr-dryer tacllltlas In 
baiamMt. 

— Roughed-tn plumbing in bairn't. 

CAll Mr Carnahan. <784683 


POTENTIAL VLA 

.417 act*, level huitftng tot doa* ta 
aeftoel ate In area ft fine new 
hornet PASTORAL OUTLOOK- 
Parc laatad aad on city watar. Ask¬ 
ing rm 

BUZZ MAIN PRIZE, 

658-82S8 

BLOCK BROS. REALTY 
477-1841 


OPPOSHE The Buy' 

1793 Douglas 38 


158x138J1MM ao. ft.) waltong 41 
taac* to tarn ibis eroporty co 

elit* ft slda-tnr-ftd* and up ar 

down duptaxea tteUO. Hold or bull 
Try ytaw trad*. Cali 
366-7731 RICK KINNIS fit IB 
383-140 HARflDl. WARE 
_GARDNER AGENCIES LTD 

SEWERED LOT 
HIGH LOCATION 
2-MILE CIRCLE 
17.250 

DICK JAMES 385-2481 
SWINERTON, STEWART 
CLARK, LTD. 


UPLANDS 

During the Xmas holidays 
driv* by 3175 Ripon Rd. and 
see the illuminated tree in 
thU truly magnificent new 
residence. 

Particulars upon request. 
C. J. HARRINGTON 
Rea. 383-5846 Off. 382-2101 


NOTICE TO ALL CONTRACTORS 


Staled tenders tn triplicate on the forma provided for each of tha following 
trade*, addreiaed 4o th* Owners and marked "Tender for PaelBc Centre South" 
will be received by the Owners, Paclfto CantT* Limited, Suita 1570, 777 Hornby 
Street, Vancouver 111. B.C., np ta 4 00 p.m.. Wednooday. January B. 1989. P.&T. 
Bach tender shall be accompanied by a Security deposit In the form of a bid 
tend made payable to the Owners ate In th* amount ft 10W of th* Tender Price, 
and agreeing to provide a 50% Pnrformaac* Bond should the tgndtr be accepted. 
Contract Document*, plans and ipeci0c*tkxu tell b* an display at tba following 

locations: 

Amalgamated Construction Association, Vanmevar 
Amalgamated Construction Aaaociattoai. Victoria. 

Journal ft Commerce. Vancouver. 

Industrial Const ruction Centra. Burttahy EC 
Calgary Construction Association. 

•dmonton Building Construction and Trade* Council 
Winnipeg Builder'* Exchange. 

Toronto Con*traction Association. 

an Construction Co. Limited. Boundary Road. Vancouver 
atrd Cunaliuctlun Co. Limited. Avord Bldg, Vancouver 

Forma of Tender art available to interested contractors at tha locations where 
ptans and specifications are oa display. 

%ectal Forma of Tender for tha Reeling Syxtasn and tha Watar proof Mem¬ 
brane System are available to intonated parties at tha ftBea ft tha Manag*. 
nseot Contractor only 

The lowest or any tender will not necessarily b# accapfte 

Bird CrtiatrucUon Company, Limited. 
Management Centraclors. 

Suit* 1500. 777 Hornby Street. 

Vancouver 11]. BC 

Plaza Paring and Sidewalks (Terrazas) Section 14 

Asphalt Paving Section 2.1 

Goal Tar Epoxy Coating Section 3.1 

Office To* tr Concrete and Ratnforctng 3tael Srollon At Mt-SSCtlan 113 

Masonry Section 4-1 

Miscellaneous Metals Section 5 4 

Carpentry and MUiwork Section Al 

Roofing Syftem Section 7.1 

Waterproof Membrane System Section T l 8ft>«actlan T n 

Metal Insulated Siding Section 1] 

Miscellaneous Glass and Glazing Section S3 

Door Ajsaemhll's Section S3 

Overhead Door Section *4 

Dryvrall Section 11 

Epoxy Tcirazao Section A3 

Epoxy Seamless Flooring Section 13 

Ceramic Tile Section 9 4 

B*ftllert Flooring Section II 

Acoustic Tllcwurk Section 11 . 

Fainting Section 8 7 

Merior Terrazsn Section 8.1 

Cut^tone (Marblel Section *j 

Cut Sane i Granite I Steifti •* 

Section HU 

Ac ‘*m o, } e * Section 10.3 

Yanetian Blinds Suction IX1 

•prayed Fireproofing 8*ctlixi 11.1 

Bifid Fireproofing Board Saclien 13 3 

Morefrcnt Fascia and Building Sign* Section 118 

Metai Pan Celling Section 18 4 


XMAS TREES 

Fir treea cedar tr**a arbutus 
traea Id tact erary type ft native 
tra* ran ba taute on this 117 acres 

S ireel In Deep Cova area. Good 
nanctng- IU.700 

»A 1154 MB ELWBLL 477-g9gg 
Gordon Holm* Ltd-. Sidney 
TWO ACRES SOOK* RD., SUfT- 
able for iccluded residence and 
business location. Juft outside 
building regulation* OaportnaMy to 
Start bustnoa* ta heavy tra me 
count road without zoning difficul¬ 
ties. Contact 4120 Sooke Rd 

WANTED 

Principal* «lv Waterfront. Mlgi- 
mum 10 *et*a Waler and power. 
Resort poailhlllly. Hope* not e*aen- 

tlal. All rcnlte* answered. Victoria 
Press. Box 539. 

A CHEAGE7 SMALL OH LARGE. 
S TBDIVTDABI.K LAND, WANTKIJ 

TOR CUE NTS AND OURSELVES 
SUNSET REALTY AND DEVELOP¬ 
MENTS LTD SIS CORMORANT 
STREET. PH 3»-64m 


IN SIDNEY 

2124 Bradford Avenue. Se« 
this brand new poat and 
beam 3-bedroom na-4it«p 
bungalow with spacioui liv¬ 
ing and dining areas. Large 
utility, carport and pleasant 
concrete patio. Quality con¬ 
struction throughout. Near 
schools arid other facilities. 
Possession with low down 
payment If you can qualify 
for Prov. Gov't second 
mortgage. 523,400. 

GEORGE HOWARD 
Res. 056-2976 or Sidney 
office 656-3924 or Victoria 
office (24 hrs.) 385-8731. 

Crown Really. G D. Peaker 
Holdings Ltd., 727 Johnson St. 


SPECTACULAR 


mckenzie douglas 

ACREAGE 


*5-000 dowa- with balance t* tha 
vcniur at R par real tar i thta 
fabulous tal tn Central Saank*. 
O'er acre on paite road ate 

K id walgr. Baton area with 
uMful aeaviaw. 825 nia 
SSS-llM MR. KlWKLI. 471-398S 
Gordon Hulme Ltd., Sidney 


RETIRED? 

LETS MAKE A TRADE! 

Your houa* for UU* beautiful 07 0P 
aoartmeiit on the best inu-t d 
BEACH DRIVE near th* MARINA 
with ■ balcony and an exciting .SEA 
VIEW. U50 aq. ft includes 14x30 
living, dining combination. 2 twin 
ted rooms, imart modern kitohen 
equipped , with range, refrigerator 
and fan. Ample storage fadBtiei. 
Wall to wall over oak in bedrooma. 
Well equipped. 4 pc* bathroom 
ventilated CARPORT Included. An 
unusual opporturrv, oaU today Iw 
fu'l i formation: 

S84-813I MR. GREENE 3854795 
Pembarton. Holmes Ud 


LOTS ASKING mote, Is! MDRT. 
..ACt taR.iBR. r Ft;; csirr 

MONTH. G. DEVLIN- CONCORD 
REALTY LTD. -388-6471 or 382-2793. 


SOUTH PENDER 
ISLAND 


BUILDING LOT 
FOR SALE 

•O'XllF. Saamcb, Rowland 8t 
Prtca 19,900. CoutacL 

G. F. WESTON 

385-1411 QUADRA REALTY LTD 


1® acres (Approx ' with l.oco ft. of 
waterfront and a sandy beach. 
Excellent marina and raaort possl- 
blllUas Siegg Bros. Realty Ltd., 386- 
S3S1 anytime. 


BORDERING 

SIDNEY 

Ob tte Victoria side ft Sidney. Just 
BOO ft. from Ihe "cams. 2 good 
Some* on a 1-acre lot. 

1 HOMB: 3 BR.. tali basement 
flreplac*. 

2nd HOS9E: 2 BR., aatey re¬ 
decorated. 

The location and lot tea with well 
built tcanes makes thla a vary 
good . atu* and laxea only *222 ■ 

gross. 

136,500 

WITH TERMS 


GORDON HEAD 


LARGE SEAFRONT LOT 
Approx 1 acre, fantastic panoramic 
view Turn right off Paula Terrace 
on Shore Way. Sign on property 
Asking *27.300. Please call Jtr. Cus- 
tance, 385-2481, Swtnerton, Stewart 
dark. Lid. 


SEAVIEW 


MOUNT BAKER — CASCADES 
THE ISLANDS 

They , aren't making any more like 
tteae. 

J HESS dTMUi 
2 ACRES TR GtytDON HEAD 
with greenhouse* and horae pasture 
Good holding *12.800. Pina* J. 
Ftierea al tal 7US 
Ettema Realty Ltd.. UK Cook 81. 

COMMERCIAL CORNER LOT 
in aiugrtM dtaUlct. f*v*alta.' foo.1 
(or 3 retail ftorae taw 324 !•■ 

Phone J Ettema at 38S-711I 
Ettema Realty Ud , ISM Coefc St. 

ACRBAGB VOR HALE! 

Large ur small, with or without 
hum*. Building lota. etc. Call 
GEURG" CHAN, tha specialist ' m 
Land. 38S-2aat. Mayfair Realty IU. 


NOTICE TO CRKDITOB8 
la Ike Matter ft the Estate ft MARY 
HAMILTON, formerly ft Ne. 304, 2314 
Uak Bay Aveaue ta the City of Vic¬ 
toria ta the Province ft British Colom¬ 
bia, deceawd. 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 
creditor* and other* having claims 


159 QULF ISLANDS 
PROPERTIES 


NEW NHA 
8‘4 PER CENT 
BUY DIRECT AND SAVE 


SALT SPftlMU LAKOB LTD. 

Eatabl'ihad 1928 
Largait Gulf Island* Realtor 
Sox 96 Uanzas Phooe STt-SUI 


GORDON HEAD 


LARGE SEAFRONT LOT 
Apprlx. 1 acre, fantastic panoramic 
view. Turn right off Pauls Tarrac* 
on Shura Way Slog on property. 
Aiktag V- 380 nease Cali Mr. 
Sustanca. 385-34SL 

Swlnarton. stawan Clark Ltd 

WATERFBONT ~LOT Olf-~OYSTFR 
Rlv*r, a*ml *eftBaton, aiaelhaad and 
trort flteine at your (rort ttour. 
K.90U. Call Ted Chartres, .485-2436, 
Ret 3854608. 

Byron Price A Associates Ltd. 


FOR DETAILS ON THIS AND 
OTHER BOMBS CALL NOW 

Kaaapl C u wat n ictton Co Ltd 
Call 388-6191 Anytime aSS-isfc 
Ask (or JACK DAVIS 


HELP YOURSELF TO A 
BALANCED BUDGET! 


C fRED SHERHO0C. 
name 386-1521 anytime 
BOORMAN 1 NVtsTMBBT OO. LTD. 
Ull Government Street 


RENT EXTRA ROOMS 
WITH A CLASSIFIED AD. 
DIAL 386-2121 NOW! 


SIDNEY REALTY LTD 
In Ceniral and North Saanich 
Phone 636-2S22. Sidney 


SHAWNIGAN LAKE. 3 ACRES 200 
ft of waterfront. Weat aide. 
Behnien, 333-2630 


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lines 


Highway death* in B.C. i 
showed an 8 per cent decrease 
in the first 10 months of 1969 j 
compared with the same period 
a year ago, Attorney General 
Leslie Peterson said Friday. 

The number of deaths was 
reduced from 480 last year to 
438 up-to the end of October. 

It appears that the decline in 
the hif^way death toll is being 
maintained. During November. 
1968 , 53 'died on provincial 
highways, and the approximate 
figure for last month is 48 
deaths. 

There were 53,464 accidents In 
B.C. during the first 10 months 
of this year, an increase of 
nearly 20,000. Injuries numbered 
17,873, up 10 per cent. Property 
damage climbed to 531,804,055. 

The 7.5 per cent increase in 
motor vehicles licenced to Nov. 
30 brings the total to 925,790. 


Shop the Bay 

WAREHOUSE 

STORE 


Saanich Getting Ready for Big Haul 

Saanich municipality is getting ready to go into garbage business & S. McNutt, who has been picking up Saanich garbage for years, 

for first time. Shown at municipal yard on McKenzie Avenue to round out municipal fleet. Outlying rural areas start to get 

are six of 10 new trucks,' including two buggy pickups, which new service Jan. 2 but main changeover will take place starting 

will be added to six vehicles now being used by private contractor Jan. 19.—(Jim Ryan) 


Courtroom Parade 


\oise l nder Bed Not Brother 


:loverdale ave. 


THE RAY’S 
SERVICE BUILDING 


About 1:30 a m. Dec. 12, a 13-. The boy then told the man 
year-old Esquimau boy awoke how to get out of the house, and 
in his family’s home to hear a the man left. Police were 
rustling noise under his bed. He j notified and. at about the same 
thought the noise was his little | time, police learned a car 
brother, but it wasn't. , disappeared from its parking 

The boy. John Wilson of 1258 P ,ace ,n the same area - 
Rockcrest, told Victoria Provin-1 constable Frank Mitchetl 
cial Court Friday he looked I testified' Joseph Whiteman. 22, 
down from his bed to see a man i of Quadra, was arrested in 
halfway under it. He grabbed | the car a bout 1V4 blocks from 
the man’s arm and then: the scene 15 minutes later. 

“I asked him who he was,” Whiteman pleaded not guilty 
the boy told court. "He said, ‘I j last week to charges of theft of 
don’t know.' I asked him whati a car ^ breaking and entering 
he was doing and again he with intent to steal, 
replied, ‘I don't know.’ 

"He asked me where Esqul- He told court Friday he was 
malt was, and I said he was in unaware of what he had been 
it. I said, 'I think you'd better doing because he had been 
go,' and he said, ‘I think so drinking, Judge William Ostler 
too.' ” found him guilty and sentenced 


jail William Roas Anderson 63, no’for seven days and put his wife 
fixed address. 

Anderson pleaded guilty to 
possession of a stolen 5139 tape 
recorder. Judge Ostler called 
Anderson "a persistent and 
for using a firearm in a manner nhfepentent^thief" and sent him 
dangerous to the public. 

Court was told at the earlier 
hearing that a gun was fired in 
the general direction of “i 
completely innocent bystander' 
because Curila thought 1 
bystander was 
whom he had been involved in 
fight a few hours before. 


him to two concurrent 
terms of 10 months each. 


Probation lasting a year was 
given to Peter Michael Sirianni, 
18, of 1417 Begbie, who pleaded 
guilty Dec. II to three charges. 

Bruce Patterson, 21, of 1053 His case involved breaking into 
Nichoiaon, was given a two- B home where nothing was 
month jail term for -theft under taken. Stealing some chocolates 
550. The charge involved the and nuts, and carrying a 
theft of a 510 bill from under a concealed weapon, a hunting 


Stephen- Curila. 22, of 547 
Niagara, who pleaded guilty 
Dec. 5, was jailed three months 


Now Open Thursday, 
Friday from 6 'til 9:30 p.i 
... Saturday, 9-5:30 p.i 

One block East off Douglas Street 
on Cloverdale—Plenty of free parking 


milk bottle while he delivered | knife, 
circulars in the Belmont Avenue 
I area' Dee. 9, 


•• a Husband and wife were gften 
^ different sentences in a caae of 
tbe shoplifting that Involved 59.27 
with w orth of goods taken Oct. 28 
a from Cunningham's drugstore 
at 3575 Douglas. 

Edward C. L. Wilson, 63, of 
Inverarifcy Road in- Duncan, 
A record or offences in j and his wife Mac, 51, pleaded 
various parts of Canada dating j guilty Dec. 4 arid ware- 
back to 1927 was read by I remanded for pre-sentence 
prosecutor Cory Stolte for'reports. The judge jailed Wilson 


Beverly Louise Jones, 18, of 
682 Alpha, got a suspended 
sentence and one-year proba- 
one-year tionary term for stealing a car, 
probationary term were ordered a charge to which she pleaded 
for Victor Edward Budd, 20, of guilty Dec. 9. Judge Ostler 
Work Pqint Barracks, for pos- noted she simply drove the car 1 
session of narcotics. He pleaded front ditch to ditch, and called 
guilty Dec. 11 and court was It “about as clumsy an auto- 
told he was smoking marijuana mobile theft as one could, 
in tin* barracks. posgibly imagine." 


Be Wise ... It Pays to Advertise! 


Congratulations 
to the 
50 winners 
of the 


COLOUR 


TubsorisJJay. (Company, 


CONTEST 


VICTORIA'S GREAT STORE. DOUGLAS AT FISGARD. OPEN THIS WEE K 9 A.M. TO •:» P.M. MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY. DIAL *85-131L 
ALL ISLAND CENTRES OUTSIDE THE GREATER VICTORIA AREA AND GULP ISLANDS CALL ZENITH MO {TOLL FREE). 


Age 3 and under 

Ronald Mark, 2582 Wesley Place 

Age 4 

Marni Camp, 2634 Cranmore Rd. 

Peter Curran, 1861 Newton St. 

Age 5 

Shaun English, 3038 Lashman St., 
Duncan 

Randy Rowat, 9340 Lochs ide Drive, 
Randy Moss. 1887 Carnarvon 
Kim Kennedy, 1110 May St. 

Age 6 

Roy Osselton, Box 600, Queen Alexandra 
Solarium 

Ross McGowan, 1717 Howroyd Ave. 

Lisa Calleberg, Box 947, Lake Cowichan 
Cindy Mollet, 7025 West Saanich Road 

Age 7 

Jeffrey McKee, 2869 Rockwell Ave. 
Bruce Campbell, 2712 Prior St. 
Gwynnyth Brandon, 3906 Stanboul Ave. 
Christine Lee, 5317 Pat Bay Highway 

Age 8 

Lisa Johnson, 3220 Frechette St. 

Cathy Cavin, 2905 Oriole St. 

Sally Bevan, R.R.l, Duncan 
Janice Gardles, 501 Whiteside 
Alyson Smith, 1711 Barrie Road 
Donald Jorgensen, 876 Wollaston St. 

Bill Hoskins, 2360 Forbes St. 

Age 9 

David Zembrodt, 4256 Sprlngride Cresc. 
Sherry Crozier, 230 Crease Ave. 
Lorraine Wyatt, 2071 Kendal Ave. 

Lynn Dunsmuir, 1814 San Juan 
Cindy Kipp, 2755 Belmont Ave. 

Andrea Jackson, 3054 Waacana St. 
Stephen Taylor, 1915 Crescent Rd. 

Lynn Ells, 3432 Henderson Rd. 

Age 10 

Brian Andiel, 485 Island Highway 
Audrey Ingalls, 113 Rendall Ave. 

Judy Robinson, 5806 Oldfield Rd. 

Dftrcy Clark, 2724 Forbes St. 

Rpn Sing, 1715 Blair Ave. 

Carol Drabach, 1149 Grant 
Darlene Brandstetter, 5967 West 
Saanich Rd. 

Cameron Poison, 967 Doumac St. 

Larry Pippard, 3562 Redwood Ave. 

Age 11 

I-ouise Klassen, 1464 Stroud Rd. 

Brad Kirkbride, 11 Galiano PL, 
Nanaimo 

Wendy Norman, 677 Lomax Rd., 

R.R.l, Victoria 

Gail O'Donnell, 1415 Hamilton Rd. 
Frances Duyvestyn, 3020 Quadra St. 
Susan Angus, Malahat P.O. 

Sue Hutchinson, 2932 Dene Terrace 
Ted VanSchuik, 2014 Foul Bay Rd. 
Jo-Anne Vanderby, 4354 Harder Rd. 
Debra Galloway, 4020 Haro Rd. 

Carol Avison, 4159 Longview Ave. 


Save 40% now and buy her a Dumai diamond watch . . . it’s 
a gift she’ll treasure always. There’s a ioveiy selection to choose 
from and all watches have 14K yellow or white gold cases, Swiss 
21-jewel movement, shockproof incabloc construction, unbreak¬ 
able mainspring, and one year guarantee. Shown above are eight 
from the collection. 

A. Six-diamond face. E. Four-diamond face. 

Sale, each 144.99 gale, each 124.99 

B. Eight-diamond thee. F. Two-diamond face. 

Sale, each 144.99 Sale, each 99.99 

C. Six-diamond face. G. 20-diamond face. 

Sale, each 134.77 gale, each 219.99 

D. Three-diamond face. H. 12-diamond face. 

Side, each 124.99 Sale, each 199.99 

Personal Shopping Only 

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Films 


'^ubsoiftTJaij, (Eompan^ 


VICTORIA'S GREAT STORE, DOUGLAS AT riSCARD. OPEN THIS WEEK t AM TO R SO PM.. MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY. DIAL Maim 
ALL ISLAND OENTRM OUTSIDE THE GREATER VICTORIA AREA CALL ZENITH A HO (TOLL FREE! 


Smith 


Students 1 

Applaud 

Principal 


Esquimau junior high. school 
principal Donald Smith received 
a standing ovation Friday after¬ 
noon from the school's nearly 
800 students, who gave him a 
surprise send-off on his last day 
there. 

Mr. Smith, tfho has taught at i 
Ebqidmalt jupior high, lor ID 
years, last month was named 
principal of the new Arbutus 
junior high school expected to 
open next 1 September: 

Pupils presented Mr. Smith 
with a barometer-clock desk 
piece Inscribed in gold. 

Mr. Smith has taught in 
Victoria sinoe 1946, when he 
was at Lantpson elementary. He 
moved to S. J. Willi* junior 
high, and then to, Oak Bay 
junior high. He became princi¬ 
pal of Eaquiraalt junior in 1959, 


SUNBEAM can brighten her life all year long 


Marine 

Calendar 


Sunbeam Spray-Steam or Dry Iron—Iron¬ 
ings easier with this model complete with 
fabric guide and water level gauge to pre¬ 
vent over-filling. Thirty-six vent sole plate, 
ensures ample steady steam distribution and 
fine spraying at any heat. Safety heel rest, 
interchangeable left or right hand cord. 

Price 22.98 


Sunbeam Mixmaster — Take the work out 
at baking ... let Sunbeam fold in. mix 
dry inngredients or cookies, muffins, cakes, 
white sauces, prepared cake mixes, cream 
whip, whip and juice, creates desserts, 
icings, beats eggs and meringues, Two sizes 
ot glass bowls included with spinning action 
and adjustable lever. Detachable mixer unit 
to take to the stove. Price 59.98 


Hand Mixer — Six speeds in a light, easy- 
to-use portable that folds, blends, stirs, 
mixes, beats or whips. Heavy duty 100-watt 
motor and extra large (full size beaters). 
Mixing guide on handle and removable 
cord, sturdy heel rest. Price 21.98 


Sunbeam Radiant Control Toaster — Auto¬ 
matically adjusts to the thickness and 
amount of moisture In the bread without 
changing the setting. You get toast done to 
a turn every time. Long-life heating ele¬ 
ments and hinged crumb tray with cush¬ 
ioned lift that prevents popping and bang¬ 
ing. Price 24.98 


Nine-Cup Percolator — Brews 2-9 cups of 
consistently good coffee and automatically 
keeps it at just the right serving tempera¬ 
tures. Signal lights tell you when it's ready. 
Attractive modern styling in brushed chrome 
finish that's easy to keep shining. Complete 
with cord. Price 29.98 


Sunbeam Waffle Baker and Grill —- Famous 
Sunbeam quality with Teflon coated re¬ 
versible grid plates, thermostatically con¬ 
trolled with four heat settings. Easy to 
clean, easy to use; handsomely styled with 
black handles. Price 36.98 


^erry 
^Christmas 
f! Store 


Sunbeam Multi-Cooker Buffet Fry pan: Designed for show-off hostesB dishes and your 
favourite family meals. Handsomely Styled in gleaming aluminum with fuffet type side 
serving handle* so you can cook and serve in the pan. High dome vented cover gives 
room for small roasts and chickens, Five tilt positions help control spattering; 1250 watt 
high speed sealed heating element with removable probe control that lets you sub¬ 
merge for washing. 10” square size. Price 24.98 


Anarchists Deny 
Bomb Attacks 


THERE'S'MORE 
fOR YOU 
DOWNTOWN 


ROME (AP) — Italy’s chief 
anarchist organization denied 
Thursday any connection with 
bombings that killed 14 persons 
last Friday. Police formally 
charged a male ballet dancer in 
the case and questioned 13 sus¬ 
pects. 

Throughout Italy, police con¬ 
tinued a search for friends of 
the dancer, Pietro Valpreda, 36. 
Police said he belonged to an 
anarchist group. 


The BAY, Housewares, Third Floor 


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a.m. 'til 9:30 p.m 


THERE'S^MORE 
■ FOR YOU 
DOWNTOWN 


ison's J5au (Company; 


VICTORIA'S GREAT STORE. DOUGLAS AT FTSOARD. OPEN THIS WEEK 9 AM TO IK PM MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY. DIAL M6-HU. ALL ISLAND CENTRES OUTSIDE THE GREATER VICTORIA AREA CALL ZENITH S040 (TOLL TREE). 


Personal Shopping Only 


Ladies’ Full Slips—Adjustable shoulder 
straps, lace cups and trim around hem. 
Soft pastels, 32-36. Special, ea. 78 # 
The BAY, Budget Store, lingerie, 
Do (-ms tali* 


Leather Clutches and Handbags — As¬ 
sorted styles and colours. Limit one 
per customer. Special, ea. 8.99 

The BAY, Handbags, Main Floor 


Quick Perm — the home permanent 
with the exclusive built-in shampoo. 
Reg. 2.29. Special, ea. lit 

(Limit of 1 per customer) 

The BAY, Cosmetics, Mala Floor 


Boys* Sport Shirts (subs) — Assorted 

styles, fabrics and colours in sizes 8 
to 16. Excellent savings in these long- 
sleeved, fully-washable shirts. 

Special, ea. 99* 
The BAY, Boys’ and Youths’ Wear, 
Main Floor 


Tuck-In Puffs — Solid colours and 
fashionable patterns; synthetic fabrics. 
Priced to really please. Special, ea. 19* 
(Limit of 1 per customer) 

The BAY, Men’s Furnishings, 
Main Floor 


Slipperettes — Assortment of fancy fab¬ 
rics, colours. Come in case, ideal for 
travelling. Special, pr. 99* 

The BAY, Fashion Accessories, 
Main Floor 


Fashion Dresses — Choice of fabric 
(acetate, polyester and Crimplene) 
in wineberry, purple, green or brown. 
8 to 18. Last price 916 to (22. 

Special, ea. $10 
The BAY, Women’s Dresses, 
Second Floor 


Assorted Sweaters — Orion or wool 
sweaters, mostly small sizes; assortment 
of styles and colours at fantastic sav¬ 
ings! Special, ea. 3.99 

The BAY, Sportswear, Second Floor 


Women’s Raincoats — made by Cana¬ 
dian Mist in single and double-breasted 
classic and novelty Styles. Gold, green 
or blue in 7 to 15 and 8 to 16 coll- 
Reg. |30. Special, ea. flS 

The BAY, Women's Coats, 
Second floor 


S-l Baycrest 19” Colour Television: Give your family the gift of view¬ 
ing their favourite programs In living colour! This deluxe chassis 
offers automatic fine tuning, simplified colour tuning, VHF/UHF 
tuners; plus a strong dependable chassis designed to pull in weak, 
hard-to-get channels and give trouble-free operations. All controls 
are front mounted, all wood cabinet is finished in oiled walnut. 


Girl*’ Full Length Duster* and Robe* 
(• u b a) — Button front, three-quarter 
sleeves, quilted and or Ion pile. Assorted 
pastels. Sizes 4 to 14. Reg. 95 ta 9U- 
Special, ea. 2.99 
(Limit of 2 item* per customer) 
The BAY, Girl*’ Wear, Third Floor 


Stand is also walnut finished — 19.88 extra. 


cheese Sheer — Cuts, serve* and slices, 
has fine wooden handle. Ideal little 
extra gift for that gourmet on your list. 

Special, i*. 89* 
The BAY, Houseware*, Thfcrd Floor 


CDP: 31 payments of 320; 
one final payment of 1691. 


The BAY, Televisions, Fourth Floor 


A.G.S. Solid State Cassette 


Mink Tail Fashion Hats 


Men's Leather Jewel Cases 


Womens Suede Jackets 


Sunbeam- Light Vacuum 


Sale Ul/.U Each 
Plays and records, operating on either 
batteries or external 7%-volt DC power 
by using a plug-in adaptor which can 
be ordered as an extra accessory. Set 
does include microphone and case, mi¬ 
crophone stand, canying strap and ear¬ 
phone. It has a battery and record 
level indicator, Two-tone black, grey. 

The BAY, Radios, Fourth Floor 


Sale UUlUV Each 

Just the machine for those quick clean¬ 
up jobs. Swivel floor tool get# uftder 
low furniture, and these easy to operate 
machines can be readily stored In a 
broom closet, ready for immediate use. 
Blue. 

The BAY, Floor Care, Fourth Floor 


Bale IViVV Each 
Pillbox, beret or bubble stylings . . • 
luxury fur hats in ranch and pastel* at 
this budget stretching price. Please that 
lady on your list with one of these . , . 
she'll be delighted. 

Tt»e BAY, Millinery, Second Floor 


8ale ^«VV Each 

Handsome leather covered cases to 
house his collection ol cuff links, tie 
tacks and rings. Ideal gift for those 
well dressed men on your list. 


Sale IViVV Each 

The new longer length jackets with both 
belted single breasted styling and double 
breasted with Napoleon collar detailing. 
Your choice of avocado or tan. Sizes 
7 to 13 only. Reg. 965. 

The BAY, Women’s Coats, Second Floor 


The BAY, Men’s Fnrnlshing*, 
Main Floor 


BIO 

Esquire Bar Set 


8 11 

Semi-Porcelain Coffee Set 


Electric Scissors 


Infants' Hooded Coveralls 


Save 


Sale liVV Pair 

Comfortable stretch terry that grows 
with baby, cornea styled with keep warm 
hood and sdappers all the way down 
the front and. crotch. Attractive pink 
and turquoise. Sizes S.M.L. 

The BAY, Children’s Wear, Third Floor 


Cosy Orion pile designed with hooded 
effect and belted lock. Charming beige 
and white combinations for those little 
girl'* on your list. Reg. 915 to 933. 


Ideal gift for the home sewer . . . saves 
time, helps to eliminate hand and wrist 
fatigue. Reg. 9.98. 


Handy to have, particularly at this time 
of year . .. glass shaker, stirrer, strain¬ 
er. Attractively gift packaged. Good 
stocking filler. 


English highly glazed *einl - porcelain 
modern set with textured pattern. 
Choose honey, green or blue, four-piece 
set to brighten your coffee breaks. 

The BAY, Chino, Third Floor 


The BAY, Fashion Fabric*, 
8econd Floor 


The BAY, Children's Wear, Third Floor 


The BAY, Glassware, Third Floor 


8-18 

Chalet Bowls and Baskets 


8 15 

Ancient Mariner Globe 


Coffee Mug Rack 


Coffee Mug Gift Set 


17-Pce. Coffee Set 


Sale ViVV Set 

Perfect last minute gift for that host 
or hostess on your list. Consists of 
coffee pot with lid, covered sugar, 
creamer and six cups and saucers. “Con¬ 
corde” pattern green floral with bird, 
accented by solid greens. “Annette”, 
rich Colonial brown ■ floral motif with 
solid brown accent pieces. 

The BAY, China, Third Floor 


Sale wvw Each 

Display those handsome mugs you’ve 
bought with a rectangular or horizontal 
bar shaped rack. Each holds six splen¬ 
didly, all ready to use, and very decora¬ 
tive on the wall. 

The BAY, China, Third Floor 


Bale i*yy Each 

Intriguing gift for that man's desk . . . 
a replica of the world as visualized by 
the early cartographers. Sturdy metal 
stand, rich looking antique patina adds 
to the decorative effect. 

The BAY, Decorative Accessories, 
Third Floor 


Bale I iWV Each 

Beautifully handcrafted glass in a fas¬ 
cinating assortment of colours. Come 
down and choose just the one you need 
for that accent. Great gift idea for 
some lucky person. Bowls, baskets and 
ashtrays. 

Rw BAY, China, Third Floor 


Gift boxed mug set with bridge hand 
motif. Bright and lively for your cof¬ 
fee breaks. Semi-porcelain set of 4 . 


The BAY, Cblaa, Third Floor 













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No. 9-112th YEAR 


VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1969 


II CENTS MILT 
11 CENTS SUNDAE 


Mon-Smokers of World Unite 


Saanich Housin g 


LOS ANGELES — John 
Banzhaf HI, the self-atyled 
protector of the rights of 
nonamokers, has filed a peti¬ 
tion with the Federal Aviation 
Administration asking for a 
ruling to separate smokers 
and nonsmokers on airliners. 

Hie filing is the opening gun 
in Banzhaf’s drive to force 
operators at all public places, 
from elevators to restaurants 
and perhaps even offices and 


bars, to separate smokers 
from Donsmokers, he said. 

Banzhaf, 28, is a New York 
lawyer who filed die com¬ 
plaint leading to a Federal 
Communications Commission 
ruling which required broad¬ 
casters of smoking commer¬ 
cials to provide anti-smoking 
commercials. He slnoe has 
formed Action on Smoking 
and Health In Washington, 
and also teaches law at 


George Washington University 
there. 

Crusader Ralph Nader also 
has a nonsmoking petition 
before the FAA, but that is a 
request to eliminate smoking 
completely on airliners on the 
basis that smoking is a fire 
danger. Banzhaf’s request is 
merely for separation of 
smokers. 

"I'm not against smoking 


Banzhaf said, he will seek a 
court review. 

Banzhaf also filed the peti¬ 
tion with the Department of 
Transportation, which has 
some rule-making powers 
over airlines. 

If the FAA decides to grant 
the petition and adopt a 
segregation rule on airliners, 
he said, a legal precedent will 
have been formed to take the 
matter further. 


per se,” Banzhaf said (al¬ 
though he neither smokes nor 
drinks). ‘‘We're trying to 
provide a legal basis for the 
exercise of the rights at 
nonsmofcers." 

The FAA has the choice of 
adopting the rule, inviting 
comments from interested 
parties and then deciding, or 
rejecting it outright. If the 
latter is decided upon. 


By DON GAIN 

A $100,000 gift has sparked plans for a 
multimillion-dollar housing development in Saan¬ 
ich for low-income handicapped persons and their 

families. 

The donor is Mrs 


Elise 

Fielding of 1420 Beach Drive 
and co-ordinator is the Cosmo¬ 
politan Qub of Victoria which 
for years has worked with the 
Multiple Sclerosis Society of 
Victoria and Vancouver Island. 

The development, believed to 
be the first of its kind ever, is 
planned for a 6.92 - acre site 
between Darwin 


Hit 

Obote 


Controllers 

Accept 

Contract 


and Vernon 
immediately southeast of 
Saanich Municipal Hail. In 
addition to 142 housing units it 
is to include an activity centre, 
a White Cross centre for the 
Canadian Mental Health Asso¬ 
ciation and a hostel for handi¬ 
capped children. 

Architect for the project is 
John Di Castri. 

HIGH-RISES 

Eighty-four of the housing units 
will be contained in two high- 
rise buildings, each of six 
storeys; 39 in one three-storey 


Ransom 


Toxins Allowed 
Pentagon Says 

—Page 3 


Billionaire Plans 
, Turkey Lift 
Names, Page 5 


Headlong into Winter 

Toronto storm left hefty head peering from top of 
small car. Snow fall Thursday inspired motorist’s 
neighbors to make snowman, complete with hat 
and pitie needles for eyelashes.—(CP) 


units will be built as town- 
houses. 

Keq Johnston, chairman of the 
development committee, told a 
press conference Friday that 
the project began 2*4 years ago 
when Mrs. Fielding said she 
would like to leave a memorial 
to her family, the Battens, 
which would benefit the com¬ 
munity. 

BODY CALLED Of 

After consultation with mem¬ 
bers of the Cosmopolitan Club, 
of which Mr. Johnston is a 
member, it was decided to call 
in the Multiple Sclerosis Society, 
he said. 

A joint committee decided on 
the housing development with 
the provision also of the activity 
centre. White Cane centre and 
the hostel. 

Saanich Mayor Hugh Curtis 
called the press conference 
because the joint committee 


Tourists Second 
In Land of Eagle 

—Page 7 


Winterthur, Switzerland, on lation which provides that pen- 
charges laid in connection with oon» will increase automatically 
the shooting up of an Israeli jet- at the start of each year by an 
liner art Zurich airport last Feb- amount equal to the percentage 
ruary. plan j n the Canada Pension Plan 

BOUND, GAGGED ind * x - 

,, . This, he maintained, was 

Consul Salvador Hassan and ... „ 

his wife were token prisoner H nl 

Thursday night and held bound y 

and gagged until the ransom RECIPIENTS OLD 
was paid Friday, police said. Gordon Campbell, president 
Authorities said the kidnap- the Greater Victoria area 
pers claimed they were mem ® ouncil of the PubUc Service 
bers of the Popular Front for Alliance of Canada, pointed out 
the Liberation of Palestine—the that -the specifics dt the pro- 
organization to which the posed legislation were not too 


Casino Accused 
Of Sale Fraud 

—Page 9 


crease over a 27-month con¬ 
tract, cuts the work week to 36' 
hours from 40 and grants four 
weeks holidays after 12 years 
instead of 20. 

The union sought a 14-per-cent 
raise over 24 months, a 32V4- 
hour work week and four weeks 
vacation after 10 years. The 
government accepted a concili¬ 
ation board report recommend- 
The iion of regulations to go into ef- ing the pay increase eventually 

accepted and improved on the 
tant change board ’ 8 proposed 37%-hour work 
rican-owned week and {our weeks vacation 
5. firms in a * ter 18 years. 

Japan and VOTE DIVIDED 
■ in trade of Mr Lyon Mid controllers at 
with main- Montreal, Toronto and Vancou- 
ime basis as ver rejected the settlement. But * 
titors. other centres accepted it as a 

with China, "substantial improvement” over 
irbidden. the conciliation report. 


U.S. Eases 
China Stand 


City Fall Racing 
Starts Oct. 1 7 

—Page 10 


Book About Julie 
Full of Platitudes 

—Page 12 


same 

three accused in Winterthur be- generous. Moat of the recipients 
long. of the 42 per cent increase 

—.— -- would be in their early 80's and. 

War OhlPPlors therefore, not in a position to 
” enjoy Kg am enities for long. 

ttl AAD However, he did believe that 
forward step on the 


go of almost two decades 
against Communist China In a 
bid to improve relations with 
the Peking regime. 

The state department an¬ 
nounced a three-phase relaxa- 


it was a 
part of the government and one 
which was long overdue. 
ROUGH ESTIMATE 
Neither he nor Mr. Whitehouse 
would venture an opinion on the 
amount of the average federal 
pension received by Victorians 
but Mr. Whitehouse roughly 
estimated the number of bene¬ 
ficiaries as between 5,000 and] 
6 , 000 . 

“I know of people who are 
starving to death'on as little as! 
J30 a month and, on the other] 
Continued on Page Z 


Bridge 

Churches 

Comics 

Courtroom Parade 
Crossword 


party crashers, turned away participation in third-country 
from a Christmas dance In trade in Chinese Communist 
Iloilo City in the southern Philip- « oods 11118 permits American 
pines Friday night, returned and flrm * to and ship to third 
threw a grenade into the party. counlrle * commodities pre- 
Four persons were wounded. sumed to be of Chinese origin 
One of the wounded, army that 'bird-country firms now are 
Capt. Tedoro Geca, whipped out able to * end to United statea 
a .45 calibre pistol and opened under Procedures that require 
fire. The bullets struck three certificates of origin. Such cer- 
other party guests. The at- ^c®' 68 w111 1,0 longer be re- 
tockers escaped. duired tor shipments to third 

___countries. But the certificates 

rr> rp (still will be required for goods 

len-iear lerni shipped into the United States. 

For Kidnapping U * ,P,,0VE P ° 8,TI<W 

I r “ | The state department said 
RIO DE JANEIRO (UPI) —(this change “is responsive to ur- 
A military court sentenced a gent requests of foreign 
22-year-old student to 10 years in branches of U.S. firms, and it is 
prison Friday for his part in the expected to improve the com- 
kidnapping last September of'petltive position of American 
U.S. Ambassador Burke Eibrick. [ business concerns overseas.” 
The student, Claudio Torres da The third change removed the 
Silva, was one of numerous 1 $100 ceiling on the purchase of 
persons arrested shortly after Chinese goods by Americans for 
Elbrick's release Sept. 7. non-commercial use. 


Eotertalamnat 
Financial Neai 
Garden Notes 
Names In the News 
Sport 

Television ... 

Travel .. 

Women . . .. 


House 


Airliner Slides 
Off Runway 

ANCHORAGE, Aia»ka (UPI) 
— A stretch DC-8 airliner car¬ 
rying 284 passengers and a crew 
of 10 slid off the east end of the 
main runway at Anchorage 
International Friday as it was 
landing to refuel. There were 
no injuries. 


senate 


ourn 


Fund's Closing Time 
Set at Noon Monday 


Britain Reels 
In Blizzard 


OTTAWA (CP) — Parliament 
adjourned for a Christmas re¬ 
cess Friday night following the 
announcement that Canada's 
more than 1,000 air traffic con¬ 
trollers have agreed to ratify a 
new contract with the federal l 
government. 

The Commons and the Senate: 
had delayed adjournment amid 

Contiaued ob Page 14 


LONDON (Reuters) — Bliz¬ 
zards swept most parts of Brit¬ 
ain Friday and heavy snowfalls 
blocked roads in many parts of 
the country. Worst hit were 
Scotland, Wales and the north of 
England. 


18 who, at that age, become 
ineligible to use facilities at the 
George R. Pearkes dinic. 

Garth Homer, executive 
director of the Community 


The 11-year-old boy and his 
9-year-old sister live in an 
average Saanich home. 

They will not get as much 
as some children this Christ¬ 
mas. But they will get a great 
deal more than some others. 
The point is, they will not feel 
the pain of want. 

Like so many of today's 
children, though, they have 
time to think of others. 

The little girl was obviously 
troubled the other day. 

"What's wrong?" her father 
asked. 

“Why do so many people 
have to be poor? What will 
they do at Christmas?" she 
asked. 


• Today's donations are oa Page I 


a care about people,” he said. 

^k "These people in Greater 

^^k Victoria give thousands of 

dollars to this fund so 500 
families chosen by the 
Christmas Bureau can have a 
bHUIwJF better Christinas. This is the 

13th year a row that 
they’ve been doing this." 

He could have pointed out 
that there were absolutely no 
administrative costs. But it 
would have meant nothing to 
The father told her that her the child 
generation might one day * ★ * 

right some of the wrongs his The deadline is close at 
and other generations were hand. The fund closes at noon 
responsible for. Monday and what it receives 

The child looked sad. so her and then , 

father tried to cheer her up " 1P * n ? e 4 in 

with the story of the Colonist .*?" for SOme ctu,d 

500 Fund, tfo. Christmas. . 


By RICHARD JACKSON 

<1 ataalal Ottawa Bareaa) 

OTTAWA — Who among the 
honorable members of the 
House of Commons holds the 
House knee-bending record? 

No small honor this 

There is keen parliamentary 
competition for the political 
Olympic gold medal as cham¬ 
pion of the sport of pop-up 
and sit-down. 

Initial claim was filed 
Friday by Newfoundland Con¬ 
servative MP James McGrath 


who reported he had climbed 
to his feet 22 times during the 
question period without 
catching Mr. Speaker Lucien 
Lamoureux’s eye. 

On the 23rd elevation Mr. 
Speaker ‘recognised him and 
he finally got to ask his 
question — almost -out of 
breath from all the exercise 
— about regional disparity. 

But all the effort was in 
vain, for Economic Expansion 
Minister Jean Marchand was 
not in the House to answer. 

By Prime Mini ster 


Trudeau's "roster” system —• 
three days on and two off in 
the five-day working week — 
Mr. Marchand was enjoying 
release from the strain of the 
question period. 

And that was the rub, the 
way Mr. McGrath saw it. 

Either the prime minister 
had to discard this "illegal 
roster system,” or extend the 
question period beyond the 
scheduled 40 minutes before 
Mr, McGrath expired from 
fatigue. 

Seeing that the Newfoundland 


MP was good for 23 suc¬ 
cessive pop-ups. Liberal 
House Leader MacDonald 
suggested perhaps there 
might be a career for him in 
the National Ballet 

Just then Mark Rose, NDP 
MP for Fraser Valley, put in 
a counter-claim as the up-and- 
down champ of the House. 

He had done 25 successive 
pop-ups 

In came a counter-counter- 
claim from Mr. Speaker. 

"I am a contender, he 
observed. ’ 


Actually he is probably the 
winner, being the man-in- 
motion constantly during the 
question period. 

But Mr. Rose isn't giving up 
that easily. 

He reported that his non¬ 
recognition by Mr. Speaker 
had got to the point that he 
expressed surprise when 
recently Mr. Lamoureux had 
spoken to him, actually cal¬ 
ling him by name. 

"I told him, kidding of 
course, that I hadn’t realized 
that he actually knew me.” 


"I don’t know." her father 
answered, as honestly as 
possible. "There is something 
wrong with a society that 
allows so many people to be 
poor. But that’s a little deep 
for you right now," 




4 


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ISLAND NEWS 


(ESTABLISHED 1SW) 


SECOND NEWS SECTION 


PAGE NINETEEN 


VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1969 


Alberni-Clavoquot Board Told 


Offshore Oil-Drilling 

SPEC Commends Davis 


Pollution Curb Heads 
Region s Priority List 


DUNCAN — Cowichan-Malahat branch of the 
Society for Pollution and Environmental Control 
has expressed its gratitude to Fisheries Minister 
Jack Davis who said this week that Ottawa had 
the power to veto oil-drilling off Vancouver Island. 

However provincial Mines Minister Frank 
Richter has maintained that B.C. has the right 
to decide whether to allow companies to drill for oil 

The controversy centres around oil exploration 
in the Strait of Georgia. 

A telegram, sent by branch president Kurt 
Horn to Mr. Davis, said: “On behalf of all the 


members of the Cowichan-Malahat.branch of SPEC, 
and I feel confident in adding, on behalf of thous¬ 
ands of the citizens living in and around the Gulf 
Islands, may I extend our heartfelt congratulations 
in your strong opposition to oil-drilling in the Strait 
of Georgia and assure you of our support and en¬ 
couragement” 

A copy was forwarded to Mr. Richter- 

Premier Bennett entered the dispute Friday 
when he said offshore resources belong to British 
Columbia. He added that B?C.’s drilling regulations 
were 10 times tougher than federal rules. (See 
story Page 5.) 


bylaw to include mobile 
homes outside trailer parks, 
he said. 

He expected an engineering 
study to be carried out in 1970 
to determine the feasibility of 
an overall sewage, and pos¬ 
sibly wnter systems, exclud¬ 
ing the West coast 

Initial steps were also being 
taken regarding, application 
for long term water rights on 
Great Central Lake. 


PORT ALBERNI—Pol¬ 
lution control would no 
doubt take top priority 
in 1970, members of Al- 
bemi-Clayoquot Regional 
Board were told at a 
recent meeting. 

The statement was made in 
a report by the retiring 
chairman diaries Blair who 
has headed the board since 
the region’s inception in April, 
1966. 

It was also Mr. Blair’s last 
meeting. He declined to run 
again as a Port Albemi 
alderman after an undefeated 
16-year career in politics. 


function had been necessarily “These regulations, with the 
slow but was showing results implementation very shortly 
with the completion of a erf the zoning bylaw, will do 
regional plan and zoning by- much to promote the orderly 
law. growth and development in 

Building regulations had the regional district outside 
been in effect for some time, the city limits,” said Mr. 
administered by Vic Loewen. Blair, 
and building permits had Mr. Loewen was working on 
exceeded $1,000,000 in 1969. an amendment to the building 


A house-numbering system 
had been developed covering 
the entire region, including 
eventually, it was hoped, Port 
Albemi. The system would 
probably be initiated shortly 
outward from city boundaries. 

During the year, said Mr. 
Biair, the district enacted a 
fireworks control bylaw and a 
soil removal bylaw which was 
intended to prevent indis¬ 
criminate removal and selling 
of top soil “to the detriment 
of valuable and scarce agri¬ 
cultural lands.” 

The district was also co¬ 
operating with Part Albemi in 
such matters as garbage 
collection and disposal and 
removal and disposal of 
abandoned cars. 


Referring to pollution, Mr. 
Blair said: "I hope that 
changes in legislation and 
procedure will make it pos¬ 
sible for regional districts to 
play a more effective role in 
this serious problem facing all 
of humanity.” 

Earlier in his report, he 
said: “The function of air 
pollution control has been 
most frustrating as you know, 
due, apparently, to lack of co¬ 
operation between provincial 
government departments and 
lack of funds and direction 
from the department of 


Currently under discussion, 
said Mr. Blair, were parka 
and recreation, senior citi¬ 
zens’ housing, an airport site, 
ambulance service, squatters 
at Long Beach and the role of 
the district in the proposed 
national marine park on the 
west coast. 

Mr. Blair also forecast news 
about the proposed rehabilita¬ 
tion of the old cable station 
property at Bamfield. 


Discussing the regional 
board, Mr. Blair said that 
during the past two years, it 
had been “subjected to undue 
various 


Picket Duty 

Pickets line up outside Ocean Cement plant at 
Bamberton in first strike in the 57-year history 
of B.C. cement. And they expect to carry 
their signs during Christmas season. — (Donna 
Clements) 


criticism from 
sources for ‘lack of action,' 
‘dragging its feet,’ ‘sleeping 
dog,’ etc. This criticism is, I 
believe, due to Ignorance, lack 
of knowledge and misunder¬ 
standing by the parties con¬ 
cerned.” 

Mr. Blair continued: “We 
operated in accordance with 
the Municipal Act and also 
listened to the advice of 
department officials, thereby 
avoiding serious and costly 
some 


Cannon Discusses North Cowichan 


ACCORDING TO fast survey in Nanaimo area, 
three out of four girls in district are wearing slacks. 
However, miniskirted Barbara Hughes, on left, says 


mistakes made in 
regional districts. 


she will be wearing them soon. Her companions 
are Linda Sharp, Randy Ward and Doris Herbert. 
—(Agnes Flett) 


“This regional district was 
incorporated In 1966 — an 
entirely new concept of local 
government designed for the 
near and long term future, 
and I believe we have built a 
permanent and solid founda¬ 
tion for such a concept with a 
minimum of dissension and 
resistance. 

“It has been a trial and 
error proposition with many 
changes in legislation and 
mora changes still to come in 
1970. However, I believe this 
regional board is now in a 
position to move forward with 
confidence, at a faster pace, 
to fulfil the duties and 
functions it was designed 
for.” 


Skirt-Rebels 

Decide 

To Take Cover 


NORTH COWICHAN — Step- unless something is done about deficiencies of the regional 
ping down as North Cowichan it. boards. 

alderman after six years means “This conflict Is bound to As far as North Cowichan 

giving up a job “I have enjoyed Increase between the organized council is concerned, Mr. Can- 

tremendoualy” far John Cannon, areas and the regional district non thinks there is not enough 
The reason for his leaving because of the different atti- planning done and projects are 
public life is his desire to ^des of the people who live in not worked out in enough detail 
further his education in econom- hie urban and rural areas. by council, 
ics and improve his professional We can it reflected “I think, in the early stages of 

standing at Crofton Pulp Mill, through the directors represent- my terms of office, we did not 

A second-class engineer, he th ? e £*** unorganized tax enough when we could have 

works as shift foreman at the ® re “‘ Jf "Hf a *** dea } **» much more chea&y. 
mill of thinking by the members of This is more true of North 

the regional board to overcome Cowichan than of any other 
ECONOMICS STUDY this problem.” area. The two things that come 

Mr. Cannon said: “I want to Mr. Cannon said he felt that to my mind in this connection is 
study economics. I know eoo- the regional district were set up the developing of parks and 
nomics is the most important mainly to facilitate the provin- playgrounds and road construc- 
thing and at the same time it is c i*i government rather than the tion.” 
one of the biggest problems local governments. AIRPORT VENTURE 

facing us today.” "Nevertheless I think regional H e said that his pet projects 

He feels there are four pillars districts are a good thing while on council, included provi- 
on which civilization rests — basically and the challenge a io n of utilities but "one project 


NANAIMO 


It could be that the mini-skirt is on 
_the way out in Nanaimo. 

Many girls who are at school 
are turning toward slacks for 
daily wear, saying that they felt 
pants were more modest than 
mini-skirts and that they felt 
mare comfortable at their desks 
in slacks. 

Board chairman Gordon Mc- 
Gillivray said this week that 
trustees agreed with the 
teachers and students—that the! 
girls should have a choice and 
that no dress should be com¬ 
pulsory. 

MEETING HELD 

Recently, after a meeting of 
ich seems tea cbers and student councils 
Christmas from Nanaimo junior and senior 
schools, it was decided to allow 
. slacks as dress for girls, 
ie Qinst- However the teachers pointed 
i railway oyt that regular slacks or 
I Jaycees. trouser-suits were preferable to 


Thieves 


Mr. Blair opened his report 
by thanking board members 
for their assistance and co¬ 
operation. 

He said: "All of our meet¬ 
ings have been conducted in a 
spirit of trust and harmony 
rarely found in a group of 
directors from different areas 
and with different ideas, 
viewpoints and Interests. 

“Our relations with the 
hospital boards and 
administrators have been 
most cordial at all times and 
the function of hospital capital 
financing administration has 
been carried out by Ian Asher 
in his usual efficient 
manner.” 

Mr. Blair said the planning 


Children featured 


Twelve Draw 
Horses 

In Sweepstake 


Jaycees $40 out of pocket. One elementary school prin- 

Jaycee president Harry Gir- "The mothers just 

gulls replaced the lights in time sa * d their girls were going to 
for a carol concert Friday. wear slacks - «■ not come to 
.... ,, , „ school. So What could we do 

If those culprite hate beaati- e la] , as fllacks are now 

ful things, why dont they go allowed ^ ^ hi ^ schoolg ... 
home and look m the mirror, 
remarked Mr. Girgulis. CASUAL LOOK 

The Grinch is a Christmas- Most girls in Nanaimo appear 
hating creature created in the to favor the more casual look. 
Dr. Seuss children's stories. They insist tile slacks are not 


NANAIMO — Today is the ing as a photographer for a 
last day of Elaine Briere’s newspaper. However, she says 
protography display in Nanai- her artistic work brought her 
mo. the most satisfaction — a 

Although she uses the name smile on an Iindian chfld’8 
Briere in her work, her actual face, a snarl on a husky’s 
name is Mrs. Briere-Warder. face or, the laughter of two 
The 23-year-old photo- children at play, 
grapher was bom in Nanaimo “I don’t entitle ,my work 
and, after graduation, went to 
University of British Columbia 
for three years. It was there 
that she began to study 
photography as a hobby. 

“There were a lot of 
Orientals there who really 
knew photography. I learned a 
lot from them and I owe a lot 
to them," she said Friday. 

Her display has been on for 
10 days at Creative Picture 
Frames in Parkade Plaza, 

Commercial Street. 

Her works include samples 
of life In the Yukon where she 
spent about 18 months work- 


Twelve Islanders hold tickets drawn Friday In 
the Irish Hospitals Sweepstake based on the Dec. 27 
running of the Sweeps Hurdle. 

Horse’s names, ticket numbers, names or noms- 
de-plume and home towns: 

Firm Favourite—NEH 93179, Amras Manilas, 
Nanaimo; Muir—NLL 56295, Scatch, Victoria; 
Orient War—PNS 13494, Duchess, Victoria; Sem- 
pervivum—PRD 88648, Duex, Victoria; 

Mill Melody—NCJ 82495, Maybe, Chemainus; 
Mill Melody—NBS 96243, Remodelling, Nanaimo; 
Pharaoh Hophra—NEL 15761, Tlie Boys, Victoria; 
Pharah Hophra—NED 57472, Straight William, 
Victoria; 

Pick Me Up—PND 08884, Lover, Victoria; Mr. 
Smarty—NDL 12996, Mrs. Pat Thompson, Victoria; 
Persian Lark—NEQ 51439, Hopeful, Port Alberni; 
Sestrel—MJD 92744, Bill Chalmers, Courtenay. 


Appeal Court 
Upholds 
Jail Term 


otherwise they couldn’t tell 
whether they were whistling at 
a boy or girl! 


Blood Clinic Gifts 
Total 498 Pints 


NANAIMO — The British Co¬ 
lumbia Appeal Court Friday up¬ 
hold a sentence given to a 
former Nanaimo school district 
a- counts supervisor for theft of 
more than $25,000 from the dis¬ 
trict. 

The crown appealed the pro¬ 
vincial court sentence of 21 
months for Edward Frederick 
Beale, claiming it was too light. 


■REFORM NEEDED’ 

Mr. Cannon stressed the 
necessity of a reform in the 
area to correct the conflict 
between various bodies of local 
government. 

“With two councils, North' 
Cowichan and Duncan, and the 
Cowichan Valley Regional Board, 
there will be even more conflict 


DUNCAN — A total of 498 pints of blood were 
contributed during a two-day Duncan Red Cross 
blood donor dink which closed Friday. It was 
sponsored by the Cowichan Valley Red Cross 
Society. 






















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22 Batin (Solflniit. Victoria, B C., Saturday, D«c. 20, 1969 



Playground Plan 

Parker William, standing, explains proposal for 
adventure playground from Dufferin Crescent play¬ 
ground committee during Nanaimo school board 
meeting this week. Trustees are to study idea with 
aid of specially-prepared model— (Arnold Olson) 


Campbell River 

Firemen Mend 
3,000 Toys 


CAMPBELL RIVER — their third annual Chriitmaa 
Campbell River firemen are tree bonfire which will be held 
busy helping, with the holiday at Tyee Plaza Jan. 3. 
season. They have asked residents to 

They have cleaned, painted 'ake their trees there during the 
and repaired more than 3,000 ^ ^ barton will be set 
toys during the last few weeks, ablaze at 7 p.m. and there will 
Most of the toys have been be a community get-together 
distributed to needy families 

which were recommended by Another Campbell River 
welfare agencies, churches and group is making a contribution 
sea-vice clubs. I to Christmas. Members of the 

+ + + junior chamber of commerce 


The remainder are being 
packed into boxes and crates 
and will be shipped to outlying 
communities on that part of 
coast in time for Christmas. 

A number of local people have 
helped the firemen with their 
p r oject, including Campbell 
River junior high school stu¬ 
dents' council and trainees at 
S n owdon minimum security 
camp. 

The firemen are also planning 


First prize for the best 
residential lighting will be J100 
In cash, donated by EUc Falla 
Co. plus an electric knife, 
donated by B.C. Hydro. Second 
prize is a return trip to 
Vancouver, provided by Pacific 
Western Airlines. Supermarkets 
in the district are each donating 
SID in grocery certificates. 

An innovation this year will 
he presentation of a plaque, 
donated by Dairyland, to the 
best commercial and business 
entry. 


Athletes 


President 


r For the ^ 
Ladies: 

MOHAIR THROWS 
and STOLES 

from Scotland 


DUNCAN — R. S. flobimou 
was re-elected president of 
Cowichan Valley Athletic Club 
recently at the club's annual 
meeting which was held at the 
Legion hall. 

Other executive members 
are; Ray Turney, first vice- 
president; John Hollands, 
second vice-president; Mr*. E. 
J. Washington, secretary; Mr*. 
Robert Major, treasurer. 

Committee chairmen are Mrs. 
J. Crabbe, publicity; George 
Zurschmiede, ways and means; 
Mrs. Jim Whittome, uniforms; 
Mr*. Robert Hallett and Mrs. 
Major, membership; Mrs. 
Hallet, team manager, and Mrs. 
Allan Jahelka, Billets. 

Mr. Robinson introduced phy¬ 
sical education teachers from 
Cowichan school district who 
had been asked to attend the 
meeting to discuss a school 
cross-country meet. It was 
decided to start the event at 
junior high school level and Jan. 
29 was set as a tentative date. 


KNIT 

and LEATHER 
DRIVING GLOVES 

from Scotland 


GIFT 

CERTIFICATE* 
la any ainouat 
Open Frl., Mon. and 
Tues. Til 9 p.m. for 
Christmas Shoppers 


His Advertising Message Gets Inside the Doors 
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in Greater Victoria! 


Advertise in Victoria's daily newspapers and you'll be 
"laughing all the way to the bank" with BIG PROFITS through 
increased business. Your customers will be happy too, 
because your advertising makes their shopping easy and 
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V ^ a 

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ISO HOUSIS FOR SALE 

BLOCK BROS. 

1800 Blanshard St. 
386-3231 

"WE TRADE HOMES" 

Open s-a Mtkdtji. w s*l 

HANDYMAN SPECIAL 
IN VIC WEST 

•5 par year taxes. 2 bedrooms with 
extra room m full cement basement 
Kw plumbing and wiring, new gas 
hot water. Some finishing required, 

1 Mock to bus, achooJ and shops. Try 
yonr down payment on US.000 

DON LAYMAN 
386-3231, Res. 385-0297 

TRADE INTO! 

3 BR 4 YR OLD — 526350 

OK 

2 BR 1 YR OLD — 524,700 

Both homes are flrstcUaa In 
construction, lorttlrai ssad condition. 
Phraia for details o t our trading 
plasi. You could hsve atoficlent 
equity in your present home to 
meat the down payment on a newer 
a ns. Full information without oblt- 
■ attest frran Mrs. W. Knox 
ieWKC or 388-32B 

WASTER CRAFTSMAN BUILT - 
This beartlM new home has 
everything yea could wit* for in 
rorafort, I away and location. It's 
spacious, It s spat-levd. It baa deep 
wall to wall ttag carpet throughout. 
If you can afford *44.000 .{good 
term* available) year Xmas drive- 
tty stinted bs WB Alvarado Terrace 
- then call OMva Her, 5*1-4450, 386- 


NASLE THIS THE BEST CHRIST¬ 
MAS QF ALL — A house of your 
owa — living room with fireplace — 
dlnfetg room — 4 bedroom* — large 
kitchen and eating area — full 
basement — Low down payment — 
full price 06,900.00 Hugh J. Wyatt, 
39&EB1 or 4784STT 

DUPLEX — INCOME 

Heee I* Ute way to aave money 
Live Id the owner* suit*, 2 
hnbwima. living room, full air* 
kitchen ami extra late* tanslly 
room, and lrt the eOier 2 bedroom 
suits pay oft jam mra tgi gF Aaldeg 
jjdce^g26,9B8. BNT Fife Eta-TO® nr 

SUNKEN LR-—522,906 
OVERLOOKING 
GOLF COURSE 

Parauet bear sad rotate siale 
hearth In LR. Extra large kitchen 
I BR*. Full basement. School 
traanxrt and shops all close. D. B. 
Taylor 3863231 or 384-1206. 

"A" frame hide-away on 1.38 acres 
esltotg only N,W ‘—life tern) rag 
now Jack Caldwed Bd-Xt31 or 36S-TK7 
Block Bros. Ltd. 

Lot 30x133 Gorge, area of gaod 
hnraea on aswer asking tljaO Jack 
Caldwell 3*8*231 Bock Bios. Ltd 

ESQUIMALT TUDOR. 
$24,900 

If you Hava a wish lor Mouthing 

different tw* Is tor yon On s realty 
rlcsly landscaped comer lot and 
wltl a view o< the Olympic*. A 
cosy bungalow wita 3 Bafs sad m 
halls Two driveways, carport wtO 
work shep. Isrga den. galley type 
kitchen. See It qatcKy with Irene 
Datadel, 1883231 Or 38t-ffi92 

OCEAN FRONTAGE'.! 

Spertactaar view; overlooking Trtn- 

mmoli Channel, ns Hod— Strait; 

(Salt Spring la-) t*e a 1-yc-yaung. 
3-bdtTb. N.B- borne. tffleteto. bar 
styled kit spacious 14x23 Uv, rm.f 
W Siding glass floor*. te aundeck! 
Also has 1fcC23 nitnM patlol 
Loads 0( extras wttfe this bataatlc 
offering! ghrt* and fridge, washer 
and dryer sad dsi g ft i as r to shay' 
Full trailer hook-up tarlMlei. at 
premises! An excellent wait aapteles 
ton gala or water per be. rtet 
price. *34.900 Call Dick Partlagtao 
at 0121 537-2814 or better stm. 
come Over during the holiday 

E irlod and see for yours iff? Block 
roa. Realty Ltd.. 1800 Blanshard 
Street. Victoria. B.C. (386-32311. WE 
TRADE HOMES. 

REDUCED, MUST SELL 
Owner must sell lovely 2 bdrm.. E- 
yr.-old bungalow In N. Qua** 
ares. Ideal retirement no-step 
horns. 960 aq. ft-, wall to wal 
throughout, perfect caMMtan. 
Nicely landscaped, quiet area. Only 
*21 500. Try *3.900 down. 

386 3231 Jeff Chalk 3®3H 


ISLAND HOMES LTD. 

2504 Douglas St W*75t5 

COLWOOD-NEW 
3 BEDRMS—2 BATHS 
52,800-57,950 DOWN 
THREE new homes to choose from 
and built by DIFFERENT CON¬ 
TRACTORS. exceptionally AT- 
TRACTIVE. SUPERBLY 
PLANNED. leaded with 
THOUSANDS or DOLLARS tn 
EXTRAS: eg N UM STONE 
VI REPLACES la hraitttfta auackaaa 
living rats., bbs at 1XI8A CAST 
NETS ta barib das kt rheas. 
SLATE ENTRANCE halls EXPEN¬ 
SIVE BXICX AND STOBE work, 
solid SHAKE ROOTS. LANCER 
floor ares DE LUXE, vaatty 
bathraaass EN SUITE. 2-FCE. 
BATH OFF MASTER BDRMS ylas 
QUALITY CONSTRUCTION 
through ad. Located ta a TOP 
AREA etaoa to s rh s sh aid shops 
Rmr—>■*■ with rrr ns. dm with 
2nd firsySaes m t*m. and H 
hath, parted s DOtTt Mm 
SEEING THESE at <—iy giM. 
Immad para. t r y 9 »L --iM.r s. 
Courtaajr ta ad afiats Pit Mwrla 
Lund. M87SK 


ASTONISHING VALUE 
SOUTH OAK BAY 
319.731 

2 wins full boat home. 

living rat. with-p 1 

ettnlrgg ns. amdura eker 
kltrhaa. Ke wired ad c 
plumbed. (tags eg beaL Che 
Wmdaae Path aad Die aea Vi 
F V ien na vabn ta this |K 
ares LEM MOILLIET. Ml 
Res. <88-5275. 


HARRY 

FOSTER 

LTD. 

OPPOSITE The Bay" 

17*9 Dragtai MJ. 


UPLANDS 

During the Xmas holidays 
drive by 3175 Ripnsa Rd and 
see the illuminated tree in 
this Irtily magnificent new 
residence. 

Particulars upon request. 

C. J. HARRINGTON 
Rea. 383-5846 Off. 382-2101 


RETIRED? 

LETS MAKE A TRADE! 

Your mass for tbit beautiful co-op 
apartment on tbs best pact of 
BEACH DRIVE nsar thi MARINA 
with a halcony and an exciting SEA 
VIEW. 1130 tq. ft. Includes 14x30 
living, dining combination. 2 twin 
bedrooms, smart modern kitchen 
equipped with range, refrigerator 
and fan. Ample storage facilities. 
Wall to wall over oak In bedrooms. 
Well equipped- 4 pee bathroom 
ventilated. CARPORT Included An 
Unusual opportune, caO today tor 
lull I' fonnat'.jn: 

>94-8136 MR. GREENE 385-0795 

Pemberton Holmes Ltd. 

NEW NHA 
8^ PER CENT 
BUY DIRECT AND SAVE 


FOR DETAILS ON THIS AND 
OTHER HOMES CALL NOW 

Vsnapi Cnaesradhm Co. Ltd. 
cull *884191 Anytime *5-181)5 
JACK DAVIS 


CORDOVA BAY. PRIVATE Re¬ 
tirement gem or good starter 
time Quiet area. Excellent sea 
view Oft nfaln road, heatllatuf 
fireplace, oil furnace, *17.000 firm 
8*-8S87. alter 5 pm 


150 HOUSES FOR SALE 

BELIEVE IT OR NOT!! 

Four year* old, large .3-bedroom 
with dining room ana large living 
loom. Cabinet electric bHcnen with 
eating area. Colored vanity bath¬ 
room. Olsamlng oak floors through¬ 
out Newly painted Inside and out. 
S' high basement- rooghed-tn recrea¬ 
tion room. Oil-OMattc furnace 
Fkombed and wired for washer and 
dyer. Carport. Sea and mountain 
view and only for 119.80(1. with low 
down payment. This home situated 
in the heart of Sooke and oould give 
Immediate possession 

EMIL IZK 

SS8358S - 477-5828 
Metropolitan Realty Ltd 


1—*U.*B! — 3 bedrooms, Immacu- 
tale, idea lot, smell greeatiouic. 

3 — *3* *■> — 2 bedrootft, 9 years 
old. Mew. handy location. 

3—*22. AM — spacious, sparkling 
bright. 3 bedrooms up plus 1 
dram. dining room. 

Call 385-2458 
DON PATTERSON 
Byron Price and Associates Ltd. 

OWNER CONSIDERS SELLING 

hearting execs*tv# hems la quiet 
■M» to Oak Bay. near Ublverslty 
ThU very dartrable 4-bed., colonial 
ityls home Is Just tiro years old 
add eaatatna many wilqaa features 
Provlilua is basement for flftb bed 
Bee rm aad thba hath. Making 
trda! of 2.50* aq. It Cash to IS per 
emt taratgege. asve cranmiaslr* at 
this reasonable price of *43.900. Write 
Victoria Preis, Bax 528 for appoint¬ 
ment viewing. 


UNIVERSITY 
REALTY LTD. 

3629 SHELBOURNE ST. 
IN THE PLAZA 
477-1855 


GARDNER AGENCIES Lid. 

899 Fort Street 
385-7721 

Real Estate — Insurance 


BY BUILDER 

Two executive homes, 6 and 4 bed¬ 
rooms, 2 fireplaces each, rec rooms, 
double carport with sundeoks. Must 
be seen to be appreciated. Also 
several watarvlew lots that we 
would Ikes to bugd ta yew apsclfi- 
catkxss AB tksae In choice area*. 

J, FItterer Builders Ltd.. 332-298(1 

•'VACANT' 

DOWN" 

“GORDON HKAEf 
One yr. old 3 BR tmngalow plus 
room for 3 more BR*. (nearly 
Dttshed) and a finished rum<ius 
room ta trie lagb feyllght baaement. 

1 dead tor toe Mausaw wMhi a 
large family. Price *32,000. Mr. 
S Evans. 382-2157; Res 479-7217. 
Western Ho mes UA, 817 Fori St 

a real cum: 

Drive by 18M Ndl Blxeet. then 
tdvme au to ilws v*s thnwMb tw* 
lovely no base meM Home. Two 
bedroom* cuey llvtng room with 
fireplace and seal! to wall carpet. 
Male an offer an toe artdng price 
of *19,500. Term*. Phylbs Wheldon. 
Ofttoe *2-4312 Homs 5N3-TN3 Dk*ie 
Agencies Lid 

mrIrvestor 

Wan* ■ good Rental Home of over 
ISM square fset. all rooms lsrge 
Two m ibzse Bedrooms Spnllcss 
candltton — Vacant Asking *13.500. 
Phyllis Wheldon office 383-4312. 
ante *9-7713 

Dickie Agencies Ltd 
GORGE 

2 BrtoTn. bitog. liv. rm. 15x14, Kit 

rhea elec. cab. OOM heat. utUUy 
rm DI garage A nice clean 
fame. Early poaa. *16,960.00. Terms. 
Stan Hyland, 382-2157 or evas. 3B- 
3526. Western Hom es Ltd _ 

8 BEDROOM HOMES W WEL- 
VII.LE PARK, SIDNEY, UNDCH 
CON31'BUCr«0ll M AX N-N A. 
MORTGAGE- UM DOWN FAT- 
MEi*r. _ 

BRAUN A DUCLOS 
CONSTRUCTION LTD 
6583029 6 58AND 

GARIBALDI GLACIER BDNGA- 
low. 18x20 ft Won In fWlsg dert*. 
Must sell Immedtatety. Bimgalow 
complete tn prefab kit form, except 

6 limbing, retell *2,024. offers. 3S5- 

75.___ 

TWOmXtOOM BUNGALOW. 19 
vssrs old. IKlag room with L-thaps 
rfliilng utilities off kitchen. *17.966. 
Ben Parent or Mary James, 382- 
*U7. 

Newstoad Realty Lid. 

SIDNEY MARYLAND DR 3 
bdrm. bungstow, W-W crpCs., fire¬ 
place, utikty, landacapod, garage. 

ia.M6 *mm. ntgs- ApWy ***6. 

1%. IB8M64 _ 

V LA. 9 BDRM. BSMTT HOME 
wtto tommy good f sA w ss NT 
rtread*liaS blrlsy 

17* nr ns. «•*> 


1S1 COUKTRY HOMES AND 
TtOMSTlIS 


MAY TOO HATE A MERXY XMAS 
to ms ssw baa* U Sktory. 

TMs new 1. *6 *q ft 


-Turtle slrrts set to artto* 

Mad. desiga vaatty tn kathraan. 
-gfl totte had to Matter bedrm 
—W-W earyot throagtax*. 

—Glass doors to patio. 

—9n| I a to p s la vetvst wag- 
papsrsd Cetbrdral ent 
- Aston cedar strtag extern with 

Bay i l u di 

—Stoakr rad Cm lot 
□rxrtdr ellarbed earpwt. 

TMs home Is triced at *27,200 by 
builder las Xmas sale With Gov't 

aeesad eatgs., a small flows poy- 
m e to situ 1st yon have Itotoedt*]* 
possessi aa. 

Ogsfl afl ■ s skawd at M tofldU 

Rd 


IMtot Slddsll Rd. 

Thto tow j kito ia i,2S0 aq R. hsme. 
priced at P4.1M 
sign mslslde 

- Heavy micro flolsh with Tadar 


Ami-feed carport 


wall wtlh white 


S part rttt yfe rm Uriels in lalefem. 
••■Asto tto-oaghouL 

DtortU sle* ta hath 
SB mis ptsnhlag In M. bdrm. 
- Cm glrt i watttordryer torUMIes to 


H to* H to 

Call Mr. 


Qniui. 478«3 


IN SIDNEY 

2124 Bradford Avenue. See 
thi* brand new post and 
beam 3-bedroocn no-ttep 
bungalow with spacious liv¬ 
ing and dining areas. Large 
utility, carport and pleasant 
concrete patio. Quality con¬ 
struction throughout Near 
schools and other facilities. 
Poasession with law down 
payment if you can qualify 
for Prov Gov’t second 
mortgage. $23,400. 

GEORGE HOWARD 
Res. 656-2976 or Sidney 
office 656-3924 or Victoria 
office (24 hrs.) 385-8731. 

Crown Realty. G. D. Paaker 
Holdings L td- 727 Jo hnson 8t 

BORDERING 

SIDNEY 

Ob toe Victor!* side of Sidney, just 
9* H. feem the rrestt 1 good 
kernes cm a 1-acre lot. 

1 HOME: * BR, ft* baaement 
fireplace. 

2nd HOilK: 3 BR. aririy re¬ 
decorated. 

The local*** and lot Has with wsti 
built hittsaa make* tKto a very 
food vnto* sad taxes toy * 222 .* 
■ro«. 

$36,500 

WITH TERMS 

C. FRED SHERWOOD. 

Photo 3887521 snytbaa, 
BOORMAN INI/ESTMRUT CO. LTD 
1111 l^yvernmefit Street 

SIDNEY REALTY LTD 
In Centrsl nnrt North Saanich 
Phone 6582622, Sidney. 


151 COUNTRY HOMIS AND 

PROPERTIES 

DRIVE BY 

4652 WILLIAM HEAD RD. 

Features: 2 acres, sea view, over 
1500 sq | main fl«* 

hedpoomo, bright spacious kM- 
cheo. loads </ Ctemci cupboard 
and monae space plus a large 
wrttohop and laundry room, 
beautiful countryside. Just 20 
mlnufe* from town, on tranapor- 
iariosi, open to criers on asking 
price at *28,5M. Easy flnonring 
wHk this one. Cali tor further 
deta ils 

STEVE MOONEY 

385-7761 ANYTIME 


HORSE LOVERS 
ACREAGE AND HOME 

Must be sold!! This FOUR BID- 
ROOM home Is brand new. Lovely 
LIVING ROOM hu FIREPLAC*. 
DINING ROOM. KITCHEN. TWO 
HATHROOMB- Approved V acra* of 
land In a nice loraliito. Also a new 
6 bon stall barn. This is a good 
Investment. 

Call WALLY MILLIGAN 3*8*731 
Crown Realty. G D. Peakrr 
Holding. Ud 727 Jo hnson a 

CENTRAL SAANICH 
11.86 ACRES 

Beautiful views of Mount Newtun 
from any part of this 1LIS arris of 
high and dry farm land. Older 1 
bed rasa hair 3-rtall liable, regu- 
toUcn aiae riding ring. Ideal tor 
hor»r lovers Terms arranged on 
toll price of SB. *6 CALL C. M. 
•BUD) FUriflIS, R*s. 682-2980 OU. 
*888731. 

croma Realty, G. D. Peaker 

Holdings Ltd., 7 27 Johnson a. 

HANDYMAN S SPECIAL 
OR INVESTMENT 
2 blocks from Sidney Poet Office 
this 1100 sq, ft a bedroom home, H 
new, % older and rented for *145 
P;bi Could be duplexed as lot has 
136 ft. frontage. Terms available 
Asking *17.730 

*66-4000 K. DROST S382S27 
SAANTCN P*NUOH»LA 
_ PROPERTIES LTD. 

CENTRAL SAANICH 

» Acres approximately 43 acres 
cleared, high rolling 550-ft. frontage 
oe arterial highway. Oa public 
water 8 oaky A real subdtehion 
potential at Just over S2.M m- 
acre. Don’t be mate on this one. 

F. SHERWOOD, shoe 368 
BOORMAN INVESTMENT CO. LTD. 
IUI GoveeamrrV Stree t 

BRENTWOOD 
Proper-tie* Ltd. 

Your Brentwood Bay Realtor 
for properties and insurance 
652-1141 


WATERFRONT 

PROPERTIES 


SHAWN1GAN LAKE, B.C. 
125 FT. WATERFRONT 

Beautiful bkrflboa Jbedroom 
borne, all utilities, double garage 
with private rtrivewmy, storage 
shed, seclusion, trees, view, shel¬ 
tered part of lake, property nicely 
graded .fnctudes float* and boat¬ 
house. *4.008*5,000 down, talance 
on term* 


QUAUCUM BAY 1% ACRE 

Quality Oram frvnt home. 8 
spactmis rooms pita laundry room 
and storage room. Llghly famlrtieri. 
■eefaslsst, tree*, vies#, exmisut 
grasflnc ta Isrgs beach area Larto 
■h - vtm to 

*19,001 dawn. Bain* m tom. 


Oceaa Front Lots AvoUatoe. 
will talk term* 


JAGUAR INVESTMENTS 
47V6321 


WATERFROIYT 
GORDON HEAD 
$48,500 F.P. 

Just 6 years aid. 3 bedrooms, 
2*6 bathrooms, den (4tfi bed¬ 
room), family room (F.P.). 
The living room has an old 
bride (full wadi) fireplace. 
View* from almost .every 
room in the bouse, this house 
wag designed to take advan- 
ta e of its locatkn. Easy 
cure, sunny lot. To view, 
call: 

MURIEL THOMPSON, 
477-2251 

Or Any Salesman from 
Whittome *, 38M271 
J. H. Wbittome ft Co. Lid. 

KOP1NA 

VAN. ISLE DEEP BAY AREA 

* Wto m o ra l * to aabrttod^ * 

kfls ta tbs flrtt p*sn are now <to the 
»«tBtt, prteod toon MMO to gU.*B. 
Wsk MM sons* tol Mtt na- 

s , rj*w''SiS 

dising, flaare. private party, TV 
roosaa pfeoi torrierx sorttoafeag pool, 
h* We ns* nt thr M o sso s rs 
Kxnelleal flstilng. ssnasnlag na (fee 
■aofly brorferi Dee* Bay Basis I 
■tote aritk ystor-tnawl snrfeorage 
located 42 mile* north of Nanaimo 
For map#, price list, trios* or ante 
Frank H Melooghlto coos. 7985112, 
Jack Co ate I eves.. 758W22, 
ftsastral Boalty Ca, X7 Cfetoife to. 
Hi SI Wn 784-2SD 


WATERFRONT 

PRIVILEGE 

VIEWS OVER BRENTWOOD BAY 
A hit d Ctd Vtrld Jutt a tear ■ 
throw frosa Brentwood Ferry Dock 
PRIVATE BOAT MOOBACX FOB! 
INC AND BOATING wfeere (fee 
Hvteg to easy tw mwteb this peneahd 
■rear frusn the whsdnws at year 
owa charmhig Uvtag rustot THE 
SOUND OF MUSIC tram 
Rim: HANTS GARDENS 9 hed- 
roaana fall boaemofl. trait trees, 
dm Please call tons MART 
BOLBXL *88177 tw *88778 
_NKW 3TEAD HKALTT 

OWN YOUR 
OWN ESTATE 

For coty grt.aua I kHriin 9 
haibrosna no iir* be ttow pfesa 
a t-tefeoto cottage as oa 'almvtl 
7 acres at wooded pro p erty wuh 
Apgrca U2* waterCrs* Sand 
Ideal? It hi! pfcoae 

MARIAN PRICE. 38&4401 

Shtrley Phlfpe' Hesneflndei s Lid. 

^ SPECTACULAR 

*000 down, with balance to I he 
senior at ■ per cent buys thda 
fabulous lot In Csntral SaaaJcfe. 
Cher w sera on paved road and 

C d water. Select ore* wl* 
utlful aeariaw *25 006 
*081154 MR EL WELL 4T7-M68 
Gordoo Hulme Ltd., Sidney 

SOUTH PENDER 
ISLAND 

135 acre* (Approx.) with 1.000 ft. of 
waterfront and a sandy beach. 
F.xcellent marina and resort possi¬ 
bilities. Slegg Bros. Realty Ltd.. 388 
8391 ary lime. 

GORDON HEAD 
LARGE SEAFRONT LOT 
Approx 1 acre, fantastic panoramic 
view. Turn right orr Pauls Terrace 
on Shore Way. Sign on property 
Asking *77.600. Please egl! Mr dis¬ 
tance, *882481. Swinertan, Stewart 
Clark. Ltd. 

GORDON HEAD 
LARGE SEAFRONT LOT 
Anprtx. I acre, fantastic panoramic 
view. Turn right ofT Pauls Tames 
on Shut* Way. Slog an property. 
Asking tnsn Phase call Mr. 
Sustancr. M6-3481. 

Swtors oi toetoart Clait Lid 

WATERFHONT LOT Oft”OTNTER 
Rber, lead sedotoon. steal ha ad and 
trout flsHog at your from door. 
M900. ^Cril^Ted Chaijrcs, 3883498, 

Byron Price A Associates Ltd. 

SHAW NIG AN LAKE. 2 ACRES. 200 
fl. of waterfront. West aide. 
Brhruen. 383-2830. 


152 WATIRFRO !T 

PROPER Ti IS 

"ASK MR. HARVEY*’ 
GLORIOUS OCEAN 
FRONT—220 FT. 
VERY NEAR VICTORIA 

A DISTINCTIVE ARCH1- 
1ECT DESIGNED HOME 
FOR THE PROFESSIONAL 
MAN, IN SECL UDED SEA¬ 
FRONT SETTING ON 1.2 
ACRES OF WOODED 
BEAUTY. OWN BEACH 
ACCESS. A MOST RARE 
AND CHARMING PRO¬ 
PERTY. VIEW BY APPT. 
WITH KENNETH HARVEY. 
PLEASE CAIL ANYTIME. 
RES. 656-2397. B L OCK 
BROS. REALTY LTD., 477- 
1841. ' 


LANGFORD 
RIGHT ON 
THE LAKE 
100 FT. FRONTAGE 

Hosting, skiing, fishing at your 
doorstep. Immaculate home, 1000 
aq. ft. of comfortable living. 2 
bedrooms, living room and dining 
room has rich wall to wall 
bmadlnom. picture window hai 
ritpanalve view of lake. Two 
separate loll, year own wharf aad 
float. ATI this and tor only *91.900 
Plnanrtog available. To vtow cadi 
anytime. 

W MICHAELS 

1889741 477-4884 

J. A. H enflero un Realty Ltd. 

153 WANTID TO 8UY 
HOUSES 

YOUR ROME OR - PROPERTY Q 
REQUIRED BY BLOCK BROS. 
1800 BLANSKABD ST. 

My client must buy kafor# Dec. Slat 
and roqares rfwmue property over 

*5.0* Has huge ca* down 

paynsuit say rvvenas considered. 
UBGEHT Freddy Marks 3fl8a*l or 
477-5808 

2 or 3 bedroom dose to any bus 
line. Salt* 20-10 yr. ekl borne up to 
820,000 required quickly. My cllmt 
Ins sold sal most have quick 

posieailott Up to *31.500 as cash 
down Ben Grelg 3883231 or 479-4256 

An older fsmhy bom* with 

possibility of In-law suite or with 
small cottage la ths grounds Mn«t 
be wttkln the 111 mile elfri* Price 
to (32.060. 

D. Laymas. WCa R*» 285-02*7 

CASH FOR OLDER HOMES 
Anywhere. ■> I table tor renovation. 
Prefer concrete famJatJcn and 
probably repairing new former 
Good rental area. Irene Delate!. *8 
3231 or 384 8892. Block Broa. Rea lty 

LARGE DOWN PAYMENT 

Urgert—a bdrm rancher writ full 
larttoto ftevetapad or artabla. 
Oak Rap, or goad area te Casrtri 
Sank* Price to 0.080 H 
Maxfte4d. *83*1 or *6-1932 

BLOCK BROS. REALTY 


VANCOUVER BuYXR NEEDS three 
bedroom, toll be sailing horse by 
January 18 1970. Will ha In Victoria 
aay weekaad to view. Areas ait 
important Plaam call' 

JOT ANDERSON 
3885M1 Anytime 

BOOLTBEE. SWEET REALTY 
LTD. 

737 Fort straw — 3K45C 

CLIENT NEEDS 14X11 RUMPUS 
room in basemea*. 1 Be rt aomi. 
Price (20.00(1 ta Ea.H. Pratewlro 
not Immediate, no PaUfvg 388 
4401. 592 3271. Shirley Pblpe' Home- 
Orders Ltd. 

Wanted! 2 and 3-hedroora hooter my 
area onder *30.000 OB Eart Me- 
Lacfelan, 386-2961 or 3*2-6*12- No- 
ttenal Tnnt Real Ertata Dept.. KUL 
tode Shopping Centre. 

1 WfiL BUY YOUR 2 OR * BED 
roate home Immadlalely for (ash If 
It's eto table for nrntal purpoaea Far 
fast actlun calf rnv aganl J. 
ROGERS at BLOCK BROS 
BEALTY anytime *83231 

WANTED - 2 BEDK0OII HOME 
op to *22non bv Feb. lat Can Ted 
Cfearteia, 3S8245B. Byron Pric* aad 
Aoaoclatei Ltd , Rev MMtt« 

*4.000 DOWN FOR ROME 
Suitable to rent oat Mr. Br a , te n. 
City Brokerage. 3083B47 

*4.000 DOWN FOnTHOMF. 
fedlable to raw out. Mr. Bowden, 

aty Brokerage. 3883647 

154 PROPERTY FOR SALE 

DON'T WAIT FOR SPRING 
Don’t wait for Spring 
Build flow 

E irritant wav lew lot to Soc4c* 
Bandy te aB rtopplag. UaaaBteia- 
Httt. rie. Bat away fron tba 
trettlr. Ft bed nght at Bn 

MARJ NAPPER, 5S2-X£4 
BLOCK BROS REALTY 
477-1*41 

WOULD YOU BELIEVE **| PE* 
ACME OB UJWE* VASCOCVEP. 

BLAND? I wfB stoow yna approx. 
® *<™ oa Happy Valley Road, am 
t^rtrr of fete amperty Is 
feteVv te Crank WaU worth the 
■rtoap rate* at %m.s m w*h gB.Be* 

Cog c m"bud fokbes 
R d* 08** OS. 365-8731 

Critert Ready, G D Peaker 
B otova Ltd 797 Jrfeq a 8L 

APARTMENT SITE 
30.000 SQ. FT. 

THERE IS STILL TIME TO 
ACQUIRE THIS EXCELLENT 
ZONED CORKER IXXT IN It* 
BUT DO NOT LOBE ANOTHER 
DAY TOE COMPLETE IN6DR- 
MATtOH CALL JIM LOBB, *887» 
OR RES. rn-epai 

Crown Realty G. D. Peaker 
flnldli p i LM. m lotmmtm 3t 

CHOICE 
SEA VIEW LOT 

CORDOVA BAT 

■rx*r. Ptotto Ira MM aq. ft hone 

toriodtel in price at only OI.6W 
Jg^tmna Pot farther dried* call 

RON BLACK 

Broadview Pr e p e rt te e Ltd. 

APARTMENT SITE 

Utod* I AMO *e ft.) walking dls- 
tewea to town. TW* gnwrl; cwt- 
riala of sMe-byrtde aad ap and 
drow tewtewi IB «. Baht or build. 
Trywnra Irate Cad 
■877T1 RICE EINK13 Wf-lIM 
HAIfelDC WARE 
GAR CTfm AGENCIES LTD 

SEWERED LOT 
HIGH LOCATION 
2-MILE CIRCLE 
$7,250 

DICK JAMES 385-2481 
SWINERTON, STEWART 
CLARK, LTD. 

McKenzie dquglas 
ACREAGE 

*to CHOICE ACRES PLUS %■ 
S M HOME RKETED *12# 
MONTE TO IE SEWERED AND 

MJBWVtncn INTO APPRO* 2! 
tors ASKING ISMSI. is! MORT 

^5„ C ' i ® 0a T P*™ c * Tr **53 
*2*7™, G DEVLIN- CONCORD 
REALTY LTD.—388MT1 or 382-276 0 

BUILDING LOT 
FOR SALE 

•rxllS'. Saanlrh. Roariand SI 
Price *1,300. Contact: 

G. F. WESTON 

3bal4II QUADHA REALTY LTD 

SEA VIEW “ 

MOUNT BAKER - CASCADES 
THE ISLAND6 

They aren't making any more like 

theae. 

J. HESS - 477-4118 

2 ACRES IN GORDON HEAD 
with greenhouaea and horse pasture. 
Good hoidHu. *19.90*. Phone ]. 
Fltema at 3*7115. 

ELtema Realty Ltd.. 1800 Cook St. 

COMMERCIAL CORNER LOT 

In ihcHpfna dtolrtet. Poarihto good 
far 3 rata” stare*. AsMng *J4,B0t. 
Phoo* J. Etterns at S83-7U5 
Ettoma Realty Ud., IS* Cock 8f 

ACREAGE PCM SALE? 

Urga or imaJl, with or without 
home. Building lull. etc. Call 
GEORGE CHAN, the aneciailal in 
land. 3)ri2a>5 Mayfair Really Ltd. 

i.n acres! 

479-3537. 


*54 PROPERTY FOR SAlI 

JAGUAR INVESTMENTS 
LIMITED 

% ACRE AIT. BITE - Exeritent 
tenna etoae to cdy centra and 
transporiatfcai. Revanra to offset 
payments mill davetapment. 

1H ACRE APT. SITE - Excellent 
Wuii with (taancni ivviUUc 
Urge mortgage will rank behind 
Primary Rnanriag Revenue win 

ML i GTSSt "** 

JAGUAR INVESTMENTS 
LIMITED 
47M321 


1- V.L.A. PROPERTIES 

I have several good Ofm prtwer- 
OCT* 10 S acres. QalHteu 
foe VLA prica *3,500 to *.*60 Also 
■ran* *>od homea au half acre to 1 
jct*. nagtog from *n.oao to 
•** *6 with and without basement 
They qualify 

2. ALBERT HEAD 

• •■c. >M— Well draaed wooded 
I 1 ?* .** 4* ft frontage ,*i 


'j&sAr* 


NHA QUALIFYING—$7,800 

£’ a i0'- CO,lNi:n . Cat! A M 

ZSSfuu’*** *« 

ZONED 

HEAVY INDUSTRIAL 

21 . 80 U sq. ft.. MO ft. frontage. 

„ , 94*.wens 

Call A. M. Chandler. 388-t264. 
Oakland Rea l Estate Ltd 

Lots 

l-*7.aoo— Seavlew building lot 
Central Saanich. * 2.000 down. 

3— *.100-1 acre with trees and 

seclusion, near the aea 

3 *18,300 - Ufht Industrial lot tn 
city, MtodrOam house. 

4— * 22 . 0 * _ Extended Commercial 
■*5 ache, said trrtflc counL 

CALL 3*1458 
DON PATTERSON 
BYRON PRICK A ASSOCIATES LTD. 

GENERAL 
COMMERCIAL LOT 
Utetett at earner at Cate.nd Cma- 

m J™- 

Make an offer 
“ “ Ji Hamee -*383-4331 
Block Broa Bea tty Ud. 

SEVERAL SEWERED” LOT* 
Fn-ly rarrtcod, oak treed, KM) ta 
Call Tarry ftortaao. THE 
LOT MAN’ at REALCARE ESTATES 
l^raa 823 Co^,10^ * ^, Stw1 ' Pbone 

“* £ * Kr KLaTLia” sere. 

frs^nJsjS 

Hamea Ltd M879tt, res MB-MT1 

2 " ^ *' rw lnt Jtt»« Cohsood 
“ n (load heldlar 

Ettoma Realty Ud.. lflm Cook St 

MOUMAAT LOT 5OXU0. HIGH 
■"* with view. Ftoty serviced. 

«nd ckw« to trmnaporUiinr AvaAi- 
«“■ ^rrm &1 |7,500. Wm 

, _ . LOTS 

1 Wtd - acnea ■( East Sooke Road 
a*d Ttorientoedle Road Trees, 
vww. Try your own down payment 
A. Klenman, 382-1121 — J.0L Royal 
Oak Properties Ltd. 47W1 H7. 

Sidney overuookhwTwatrr; 

* vtow lotai total prire 

BO.OGO. Offers oonsldeeud oa ijiwu* 
lou. Box 127, Sidney, !%. ekinm 


(Bolimial. Victoria, B.C., Sofurdoy, Dec 20, 1969 31 


Federal Cuts Seen 


Agriculture Station Staff 
Loses Casual Workers 


EXPERIMENTAL FARM area 
fantaatlc sea view, ft acre, do 006 
Private. 6S6-4487. 

155 PROPERTY WANTED 


WANTED 

IMMEDIATELY 

-S eaai a l lota 

—Acreage 
—Apartment sites 

CASH 

*~stegl Construction Co. Ltd. 

9MUI anytime 

PROPERTY WANTED 

We have dlsnte wbo require 
prepeety lullahla 9 m CutalmnuitUTn 
or conventional apartmauto, sub- 
dlvlaloo and atogta tola. 

Slegg Bros. Realty Ltd. 

efU^^aighton st 

Lota ra acraa* that con be MB 
an any aiaa Earl MeLacblan. 9* 
*73 a 3**gt Nat)(te*! Tratt Real 
trill Dept Mllilte Ssa» Crotrv 

LOTS OE ACREAGE IN ANT AREA 
Vltferay and Iona Ltd. 


SES W 11E1E COM 
Ph ,0 *£n 0—11 


154 ACREAGE K OU SaLI 
AND WANTED 

COBBLE HILL 
33 CHOICE ACRES 

Ba* bean spatstnl aa aaafl tons. 
4-racte tram* budttatow. aOrtr 
lag. riaqariJ Bart b e ad sad party 

fenced. Frrate on 3 rqote EatrtC 

ate Artdog *00.080. Swaw tons 
avaUabte. 

ALSO 

40 a eras with sotne raarkeUble 
seenori g saa t h htefera. *3gnr» 

S flch sale eeerntlel Piero* caB 
r Ceite Li, 365-2481 aivfeaw 
i te tort ai. Stewart Chirt. Ud. 

’ a secludedTspot- 

4-38 PLUS COTTAGE 
$19,950 

A heatelfnt property, moat U which 
la to Its aatraal state Tie ertfeege 
rods for (to per raiafh. Prrherl as 
a starter, rvtkrineafl. ra tevettironf 
£i i p B tf — axcetteat ftoa a cto g 
INtese call: 

BETTY SHEA — 582 3213 

B1TBET ACBNC1E3 LIMITED 

POTENTIAL VLA 

477 acre, level bullring tot c9u*c to 
■ehoal aafl to araa of Or* raw 
homes. PASTORAL OUTLOOK 
Poe totted afed on city water Ask¬ 
ing *7.7*8 

BUZZ MAINPRLZE, 

658-8268 

BLOCK BROS. REALTY 
477-1841 


XMAS TREES 

Fir trees, cedar urn, arbutus 
trees, hs tact every type ct aattve 
tree can be tound ra tel* 117 acre* 
parcel to Dm Car e area Good 
financing B 2 .189 

•0*1134 MR. EL WILL 477-19H 
GorflQB Hnt m e Ltd.. Skfewy 

ACRES SOOKE RD-. SHT- 
able for secluded residence and 
business locution. Just outside 
feufirilng regutollona Ongorturtly to 
•tart bus Innas la heavy traffic 
count road without inning dHBcul- 
Itos Contact 4139 fewrte Rd. _ 

WANTED 

Principals aatj. WWertrorL Mini- 
Mam 16 acroa Water and power. 
Retort posttfelllty. House not essen¬ 
tial All replies answered. Victoria 
Freaa, Box 538. 

ACREAGE. SMALL OR LARGE, 
S IBDIVIDABLE LAND. WANTED 
FOE CUEETS AND OCRIELVFS 
SUNSET REALTY AND DEVELOP¬ 
MENTS LTD. 818 CORMORANT 
STREET. PH m-MOT 

LARGE ON SMALL ACREAGE 

wartad, Langlrad. Matrtoate. Sooke 

areas. Gatdilream Properties Ltd. 
47S-5HR 


GULF ISLAND5 
PROPERTIES 


SALT SPRING LANDS LTD. 

Established 1928 
Largest Gulf Islands Realtor 
Hot 6B. Gsnzet Fhane *27*71 


HELP YOURSELF TO A 
BALANCED BUDGET! 
RENT EXTRA ROOMS 
WITH A CLASSIFIED AD. 
DIAL 386-2121 NOW! 


The (tdcral government's i 
austerity axe that felled six 
■dentist* at the forest research 
laboratory here last week has 
not claimed any other scientific i 
victims in the Greater Victoria ; 
area, yet. 

All federal agencies have been : 
affected by the freeze on hiring . 
imposed last August which : 
prevents them from filling all 
NOTICE TO CREDITORS 

IK THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF ' 
FREDUKK WILLIAM LOCKETT, Da 
erased, kite or Apartrorat *. Into Fart 

Ntrrrt, Victoria, In tbo Province al 
British Criooshta. 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVER that ' 
creditors sod others havtag slalmi , 
against the estate of the above named 
de cm aad are kerehy reqidred to send 
tkam to the undersigned Exrruter at i 
toll M. 1C Fort Street, Victoria, B.C 1 
before the 96th ter of January. 1910. 
after which date the Executor will flta- ■ 
tribute the aald Estate among the jwr- 
tles entitled thereto having regard to 
the Claims of which he then has notice. 

GILBERT JOSEPH SMITH, 
Executor. 

By His Solicitors. 

Sullivan, Smith A Bigelow. 

5(15—4* Tart Street. 

Victor**, B.C. 

LAWS REGISTRY ACT 
SECTION 1st 

IN THE MATTER OF CLIFFORD 
SOADY AND IRENE PEARL SOADY. 1 

Certificate o4 TUle 29 6089 G rad Parrel 
"A" (D.D. 9W64-1) of Lo« 4 of Section 
73, Victoria District Pl»n 2T7 
Proof having been filed to my office 
of the loa* of aald Carttefale. I beroby 
gtve notice of my tatenboa st the rx- 
rtration of 2 weeks from the first pufe- 
llcatjcM hereof to Isaac to the above- 
named a Provltleral Certificate at Title 
In lieu of such loot Certificate. 

Any person having tulorrrattan with ref¬ 
erence to such lest Certiorate to re¬ 
quested to communicate with the under- 
sllgwd at the Load Regtefrr Office, 
Victoria. B.C- 

Dotod tola 2Bth flay of Nov m bar. 
19®, signed 

H. T. KERnKDY, Registrar. 
Vtetorto Land Hegtotrafion Ote trirt 

NOTICE TO CKKBITORR AND OTHEW4 
rotate at F«Rfl SWING SHENO, .tw 
known a. JACK FONS also known as 
FONG SHING SHCTfNG 
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 
credftors and others haring claims 
agabist Uk estate of the above-ramed 
deceased, wbo died at Vtetorto. ftc., 
cm Ortotwr 24Ui 1*99, are hereby re¬ 
quested to send them, properly vralfled 
by Statutory Declaration, to the irater 
signed ut 302 Royal Trust Building 
Vtetrato, B.C. before the 15th day of 
iararary. I**, after wfeteh dale the 
tdmlttelraliir wlU Sbtrtfeote the aald 
estate amoag lb* parties entitled User? 
to, kavlng regard arty to the claims of 
«tri boa notice. 

Aod all persona Indebted to the said 
estate art reqitored to pay their !n- 
(tebtrduaa* to said Administrator forth¬ 
with. 

Dated at Victoria. RC„ this 8th day 
of Qreember, 1969. 

Official Administrator for the 
County of Victoria. 

NOTICE TO ELECTRICAL 
CONTRACTORS 

SEALED TENDERS In triplicate on 
forma sop pi ted for Ihe contractor marked 
'Tender for the Revisions to ’C Vrin* 
Dtstrltoitton System. SL Joseph's HoapL 
tal, Victoria, B.C.” will he received by 
ths Executive Director of the Hoapttof 
on the 12th day of January. 1970, an or 
betare 3:08 [ins 

Plana. SpeeWcalioea. Forma of Trader 
may be obtained from the (Ynelrurtlm 
Coordinate- Room 285 SL Joseph's Roa 
[dial, after 1:09 ism-. December IE 19® 
A Bid Bend of 5tt of the Trader sub¬ 
mitted rtyakl* ta St. Joseph's Hospital, 
must accompany the Tender and shall 
be forfeited If the party tendering de¬ 
clines to enter Into a contract when 
called upon to do #o In accordance with 
the Instruction to Bidden 
The Board of Maaggemert of SL Jo- 
•tart's Hospital, reserve the right to re¬ 
tact say or afi Trotters without npeu, 
tlra Th« tassost tender wHI nut races 
saetty he aorapted. 

No Teotter having qioflfyiag clsrars will 
ba craalrtereri 

The Board of Managemaf. 

St Josephs' BoapttaJ, 
Vlctrato, B-C _ 

CANADA 

Dcparttoeal ul T ratal part 
Foe Mr Air Services Regina 
TENDEM 

SEALED TENDERS, addressed to ur 

deingrod. Khoom 2®. IM , 7* W 
Battaga 9t. Vawoanr L &C urarked 
’Tender kw Acrooa Road, Lnran A Sta- 
tton. Soralapll Alrprat- Wl» he rarotred 
W ta l a P-BL P.S.T . Janoory B, *70. 
ter cerotraetlna of ra aerera road and 
site rfenrtag tor Cray Point Loren “A" 
Stoll* near Sraatealt Ateport SC 
Ptoia. apartfiralluna aad ttfear leader 
ttxTwaetta may he ex*■ toed at the office 
of the Regloaal Crmotrartka Englswer. i 
■on- 2®. Wtor* Hd* t® W Hatttoss 
Street Vaor—sver L B-C, aad (uples oh- - 
tetrad na deposit of a rerttfied cfeeeuc 
tat 92S.M made payable la the Receiver 
Ceaerel of Canada. Flaaa aad sportArn 
Mora win a I—, he rer display at the Amal¬ 
gamated Const. Asan. of B.C., 2*75 Oak| 
3L; S—Jthow Hurt I a* Bspnrto, WM Best I 
IBS Av*.. both of Vvncoaver-. Tudiwfi Ini I 
Canrt Certre Ltd.. M* WlSfewdcti Ave 
flaraobv. RC : A u nft fira ted C*st. 
Sara of B.C, Batte C-54B Bastion St.. 
Vlctnrto- B.C. and Prince George Count. 1 
Aaaa, MBi iath Ava, Prior* George, 
RC 

J K '-teAaa. 

Regtnstel Dtreclra, Air Servteei 

NOTICE TO CREBROIB 

m THE MATTER OF THE EfflATE OF j 
MhOnA GAEWfOX. Hera—wd. tota nf 
tor aty aI Vtodorto la tew Fs—riicr 
■4 nnitoa ( . 1 —to. 

NOTICE 19 BEREST GIVEN that 
red I It rs amt others faavtog riatmi 
vgainst the estate of the above noair- 

Aereaaed are feereby res to red to rand 

Ihe— to the undersigned Execator at 
Stole 5® Ml Fret Street, Vtetrato. RC 
belnre Ike 2dih day »f Joaiosry. *70. 
alter ahteb date the Executor will die 
Irftode the said Rotate amraig tba par 
ties entitled thereto having regard to Ihe 
rinlma to whlrh he tbe* has feoljne 
GILBERT JOSEPH MTU 
Eseretar 
By Hla fkdtelhn. 

Marais. SuUtvaa, Ssnttk A Bigelow. 

5afl-M Perl Street. 

Victoria. RC 

NOTICE TO CREDITORS 
la the Matter nf (ho Estate af RUTH 
LAURA TANNEIt, formerly of Na 
40*. 2134 ( adhere Bay Rood, Victoria. 
British Colombia, doreaaed. 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 
rredHom and others having claims 
1 gatesi the estate of the above deceased 
are Isrehy required ta send therfl to 
ERIC TURNER, c-o Peariman A Llnd- 
holpi. Box 1327. Victoria, British 
Columbia, Executor, before the 19th day 
of January. 197U. after which dale the 
Executor will distribute the said estate 
oraong the parties entitled thereto hav¬ 
ing regard only to the claims ol which 
ha then has notice. 

ERIC TURNER, 

Exertgrr. 

By his Sol Id tar*. 

Messrs. Peariman A Lind holm, 
Victoria. RC. 


NOTICE TO CREDITORS 
I In the Matter of Hr Estate ol MARY 
HAMILTON, furorerty of No. »4. rill 
Oak Ray Atmos te ibe City of Vic 
tarla In the Province of British Colom¬ 
bia, deceased. 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 
creditors and ocncri haring claims 
against the aatate of the above deceased 
are hireby required ta aend them to 
ERIC TURNER, c/o Peariman A Ltnd- 
hofm, Box 1337, Victoria, British Colum¬ 
bia, Administrator, before the 19th day 
to Jattuai y 1*49, after Whloh flats Ike 
AdBBtntrtrator wlU distribute the sold 
estate among the parties entitled thi rate 
having regard only to the claims of 
which he then has notice. 

ERIC TURNER, 

Administrator 
By ht« Solicitors. 

Messrs. Peariman A Llndhotm. 
Victoria, RC. 


except essential poakticna once 1 
they (all vacant. i 

Hardefit hit here By this I 
particular ruling in the remearch ! 
station of the agriculture de¬ 
partment on East Saanich Road, i 

"Much of our itaff Is i 
seasonal," said director Harry ] 
Andison, "and when the weather I 
is mild, as it is now, we can do I 
more work." I 

Because the workers are 
casual, however, and not per-!, 
manent. after working for 35 | 
weeks they mutt be laid off for I] 
at least three days. In the past, , 
they were rehired automatically ] 
at the end of the period. 

"But with this freeze on 
pomtiona," said Mf Andison, , 
‘‘when they’re laid off after 35 , 
weeks, we aren't allowed to 
rehire them.” 

He said the station has 
requested a special dispensation 
from the general ruling, but haa 
not yet had a reply 

The handicap of working 
under a rdhiring freeze has also 
been felt at the Defence Re¬ 
search Establishment Pacific 
(DREP), but the director 
doesn't mind as much as might 
be expected. 

"The Defence Research Board 
is trying to absorb this nation¬ 
ally,’* said Dr. J. T. Flynn. 
“This will mean we’ll be holding 
vacancies open here until some¬ 
one retires or leaves somewhere 
ebe.” 

He said that although a limit! 
on the number of man-hours Isas 
been set, it applies to the, 
department in general rather 
than to each establishment. 

"It's fairer for u* to suffer 

^ Fishermen 
Save Two 

SANDS PIT — Two unidenti¬ 
fied men were rescued un¬ 
harmed by a fishing vessel 
when their pleasure boat struck 
a submerged object and sank 
near Egg Island in the Queen 
Charlotte IiUnds Friday. Van¬ 
couver Search and Rescue 
Centre directed the fishboat to 1 
the scene. 


Paper Names 
Successor 

NANAIMO — Peter Loudon, 
formerly of the Vancouver Sun 
and Victoria Times, will succeed 
James Curran of the Nanaimo 
Free Press early in January, it 
was announced Friday. 

Mr. Curran, who arrived in 
Nanaimo in 1938 as editor of the 
Nanaimo Herald and later be¬ 
come managing editor of the 
Free Press, is retiring. 


here by not having someone for 
a while than for a person to be 
laid off elsewhere," said Dr. 
Flynn. 

He said three persons — a 
rnearch scientist, an engineer 
and a technician — have left 
DREP since the free 2 e was 
imposed, but there has been no 
indication yet that the positions 
have been abolished 
“We’ve been one of the lucky 
departments," said Alex Gut- 
friend of the marine sciences 
branch of the energy, mines and 
r e sources department. "We 
haven't had to lay anyone off 
and there’s been no shuffling.” 

Mr. Gutfriend said the branch 
win be able to continue working 
on its regular programs. 

LUNDS 

926 FORT ST. 

FINAL 

AUCTION 

FOR 1969 

TODAY 

9:30 A.M. 

Near New and llied 

FURNISHINGS 

Good Quality 

CARPETS 

MAJOR APPLIANCES 

Cheaterfleid, Bedroom 
and Dinette Suites 

1963 

MORRIS 850 

Commercial 

FLOOR SANDER 
Powered Hand Tools 
Sit Dowd Mower 
Expensive fteciinfeg 
Chair 

Toys, Electric Tr»lM, Bicycles, 
TV Seta. China, GIim Orn» 
meals. Portable Type witters, 
Tacwuna Oeaerrv. 

Coll Ctebn, Boc ■■d Cmrt, 

twrmttd Cteair. 

OVER 400 LOTS 

Cemmeweing te Frew* Stele-room 


386 330S 


BRITISH COLUMBIA HYDRO AND 
POWER AUTHORITY 
Invites Tenders f»r tit Ftltowlngi 


DESCRIPTION REFERENCE CLOSING DATE 

Drainage and Paring Abbotsford Stores Yard BQ 7348 Jan. *, 7*ra 

Ph<*i F'wtric Controls as Required BQ 7349 Jae. J7, 1976 

Broke Drum Lathe . . ■« 25? *• 

Fuat Cutouts and Links B Q 7351 Jan. 13. 19J0 

Sub-ay Network* and ,Sumerelble Tronrtjrmers BG 7352 Jaai X. 1970 

Sealed Tenders dearly marked as above-referenced will be received In Room 
UHL B.C. Hvdro and Power Authority Building. 970 Burrard Street Vancouver L 
B.C, until 12:00 Noon. Closing dates as above. 

Petri's mnv I k obtained at tha tone* to the parch**ia* departmae*. 10 th 
flora. 970 Burrard Street, Vancouver L B-C. Telephone Mutual 3-871L local 25® 


CROWN ASSETS DISPOSAL 
CORPORATION 


FOR SALE 

S.77 ACRES OF CROWN LAND 
AT 

SEA TERRACE AND BARNARD STREET 
VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA 

Offers Ares Invited an the A hove Land 

Offers must be received at the Corporation’s Office in 
Ottawa not later than 5 p.m. E.S.T., January 13,1970. 

For details, including Conditions of Sale, apply to: 

CROWN ASSETS DI8POBAL CORPORATION, 

4050 WEST 4TH AVENUE, 

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA 
Tel.: 7S2-4S5I 

NOTICE TO ALL CONTMCTORS 

Seated tenders In triplicate on Ute forms provided for each to the Mlowlng 
trarts. addressed to the Owners and marked "Tender for Pacific Certre South 
will be received hy the Oanara. Pacific Cnitre United. Stela 157*. 777 Hornby 
Strrat, Varcouver Ul. B C„ up to 4:® p.m., Wednesday January B, 79® P.ST. 
Each tender shall ha accompanied h» a —crafty ttepnttl la th# tmn to a bid 
bote made payable to th* Owners and la !h« snustt of to the Tender Price, 
and agreeing to provide a *0% Perform*** Bote aheuM the tender be accepted. 
Contract Documents, plan* and apedficatloae wlH be cm display at th* ftelowtnf 
locations: 

Anralgomaled Construction Assqclatlon, Vancouver. 

Amalgamated Construction Asaoctatlao. Vktraia. 

Journal of Commerce, Vancouver. 

[ratastrial Conat ruction Centre. Brarteby. RC 
Calgsry Construction Association. 

Edteonton Building Construction and Trades Council 
Wired peg Builder's Exchange. 

Toronto Construction Association. 

Bird Construction Ca Limited, Boundary Road, Vancouver 
Bird Construction Co. Limited, Avratt Blfla. Vancouver 

Forfeit of Tender are available to Interaatad cantrecSnra at Use location where 
plans and specifications are on dSaptay 

Spatial Forms of Tender for th# Roofing System arte the Watarproof Mem¬ 
brane System ere available to inter*atari parties at the office to tha Manage- 
meaS Contractor only 

Tba lowest or any tender wlU not necessarily be accepted. 

Bird Construction Company. Limited. 

Mb nags meat Cotttmflur*. 

' State 15®. 777 Horahn Street. 

Vaiscoaver 111, B-C. 

Plaaa Paving and Sidewalks ITemml Section 2 4 

Aatoislt Paving Secttaa 2 5 

Cota Tar Epoxy Coating Section 2.1 

OfOco Tower Concrete and Retafraclog Steel 1} Sub-aodOcB 111 

Maoonry fiecUoo «J 

Mtaceiloneou* Metals Sec-i.un 3.4 

Coipenlry and Mlllwrak Section At 

Roofing Syatem Section 7.1 

Waflarproto Membrane Syatem Section 7 2 Sub-aerth* 7 21 

Metal Inaulated Siding Sectiaa 7.1 

Mlacellaneous Gloss and Glaring Section 8 2 

Dora Asaembll.'* Section 8.S 

Ovarhead Door Section *4 

Drjtaall Section 9.1 

Epoecy Teirarioi Section 9.2 

Epoxy Swtmhnu nuorihg Sevdon 13 

Ceramic Die Section &4 

ReotUent Flooring Section 5.5 

Actaistlc Tllcwork Section fe( 

Ptaatlng Section 9.7 

In tartar Terrarrj ftecthra 9.8 

Cut Stone (Marblel Section 99 

Cut Stone (Granite) Sectica 9 9 

ToEst Partitions Sectirai UU 

1'ifiet Accessories Section 1112 

Vefeetian Blinds , Scefttra 111 

Sprayed Fireproofing Section lil 

Rigid Flreprrxdlng Board Section 12.2 

Storefront Faarla and Building Signs ' Section 113 

Mteal Pan Celling Section 13.4 













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Final 

Edition 


No. 9-112th YEAR 


TELEPHONE 

383-1111 


CLASSIFIED! 

386-2121 


Non-Smokers of World Unite! 


' LOS ANGELES - John 
Banzhsf III, the self-styled 
protector of the rights of 
mnamokers, has filed a peti¬ 
tion with the Federal Aviation 
Administration, asking for a 
ruling to separate smokers 
and nonsmokers on airliners. 

The filing is the opening gun 
In Banzhaf’s drive to force 
operators of all public places, 
from elevators to restaurants 
and perhaps even offices and 


bars, to separate smokers 
from nonsmokers, he said. 

Banzhaf. 28, is a New York 
lawyer who filed the com¬ 
plaint leading to a Federal 
Communications Commission 
ruling which required broad¬ 
casters of smoking commer¬ 
cials to provide anti-snioklng 
commercials. He since has 
formed Action on Smoking 
and Health in Washington, 
and also teaches law at 


George Washington University 
there. 

Crusader Ralph Nader also 
has , a nonsmoking petition 
before the FAA, but that is a 
request to eliminate smoking 
completely on airliners on the 
basis that smoking is a fire 
danger. Banzhaft request is 
merely f o h separation of 
smokers. 

“I'm not against smoking 


Ottawa Increases 
Pensions of Past 


-- Ottawa Friday announc- 1 

ed public service pension in- 
FJT |7 , /„ „ creases ranging up to 42 

4 M/O -* per cent for those who re¬ 

tired in 1952 and earlier. 

1 1% About 5,000 Greater Victorians 

W lAil will be affected by the public 

service pension increases. 

Ti| National secretary-treasurer 

fit F1I °f ^ Federal Superannuates, 

IPOU'#!* Fred w whitehouse. said Fri¬ 
day in Victoria that the increase 
was something his organization 
. „ . _ and other relevant groups had 

GENEVA (Reuters Two been a( j voca tl n g; for the past 
men claiming to be Arab Pales- s j x years, 
tinian commandos Friday made “As you can understand there 
off with 1,000,000 Swiss francs won't be too many to whom the 

. v . ___ 42 per cent increase will apply," 

(about 5232.500) ransom money he £ id . “ Most of them wUl be in 

after holding the Portuguese tbe j r go- s Nonetheless, it is a 
consul and his wife captive giant step forward and the in- 
overnight in their home here, crease, decreasing in value de¬ 
police said. pending on the time of retire- 

_ . ... # . . ment, will be welcome. 

The men, armed with'pistols, 
a knife and a club, said they ESCALATOR CLAUSE 
needed the money to help fi- Mr. Whitehouse was particu- 
nartce legal fee* tor three Arab tarty pleased by the escalator 
commandos currently on trial In clause in the proposed new legls- 
Winterthur, Switzerland, on lation which provides that pen- 
charges laid In connection with sions will increase automatically 
the shooting up of an Israeli Jot- at the start of each year by an 
liner at Zurich airport last Feb- amount equal to the percentage 
ruary. plan in the Canada Pension Plan 

BOUND, GAGGED ln ^5 X - . 

, This, he maintained, was 
Consul Salvador Hassan and somet hing that his organization 
his wife were taken prisoner had ^ sepkin£ for yt|trs 
Thursday night and held bound oi n - 

and gagged until the ransom recipients old 
was paid Friday, police ,aaid. Gordon Campbell, president 
Authorities said the kidnap «* Greater Victoria area 
pens claimed they were mem- “u ncil °[ * he ™ hc , Sendee 
bers of the Popular Front for Alliance of Canada, pointed out 
the Liberation of Palestine—the the specifics of the pro¬ 

same organization to which the P**ed legislation were not too 
three accused in Winterthur bo- generous. Most of the recipients 
long. of the 42 per cent increase 

__ would be in their early 80's and, 

w;_. /\i ■_. therefore, not in a position to 

” Objectors enjoy its amenities for long. 

However, he did believe that 
neceive *D.I.,uUU Jt was a forward step on the 
part of the government and*one 
VANCOUVER (CP) — Van- which was long overdue, 
couver-area draft-dodgers, ROUGH ESTIMATE 
deserters and war objectors Neither he nor Mr. Whitehouse 
from the U S. received 51,600 would venture an opinion on the 

Friday from the Seattle braqch a « lount of ** av ? ra £, l* 1 ?” 1 
„ , , , _ pension received by Victorians 

of the Clergy and Laymen Con- but Mr 

cemed about Vietnam. estimated the number of bene- 

The money went to the Van- Hciaries as between 5,000 and 
cmiver Committee to Aid Amerl- 6 . 008 - 

can War Objectors and to the '1 know of people who are 
Canadian Council of Churches, starving to death on as little as 
which also works with disen- 530 a month and. on the other 
chanted Americans. Continued on Page t 


War Objectors 
Receive $1,600 


DON’T 

MISS 


Toxins Allowed 
Pentagon Says 

—Page 3 

Billionaire Pluns 
Turkey Lift 
Names, Page 5 
★ ★★ 

Tourists Second 
In Land of F.agle 

• ‘ —Page T t 

A ★ ★ 

Casino Accused 
Of Sale Fraud 
—Page 9 

★ ★ A 

City Fall Racing 
Starts Oct. 1 7 

—Page 10 

AAA 

Book Julie 

Full of Platitudes 

—Page 12 


Bridge 
Churchest 
Comics ^ 


Courtroom Parade ..... 32 
Crossword 2t 

Entertainment 13, 13 

Financial News 8. s 

Garden Notes IS 

Names In the News S 

8port 10, tl 

Television _ 34 


Fund’s Closing Time 
Set at Noon Monday 


The Il-year-old boy and his 
9-year-old sister live in an 
average Saanich home. 

They will not get as much 
as some children this Christ¬ 
mas. But they will get a great 
deal more than some others. 
The point is, they will not feel 
the pain of want. 

Like so many of today's 
children, though, they have 
time to think of others. 

The little girl wss obviously 
troubled the other day. 

“What's wrong?” her father 
asked. 

“Why do to many people 
have to be poor? What will 
they do at Christmas?” ahe 
asked; 

A A A 

“I don't know," her father 
answered, as honestly as 
possible. “There is something 
wrong with a society that 
allows so many people to be 
poor But that's a little deep 
for you right now." 


Today’s donations are on Page t 


per se,” Banzhaf said (al¬ 
though he neither smokes nor 
drinks). "We're trying to 
provide a legal basis for the 
exercise of the rights of 
nonsmokers.’’ 1 4 

The FAA has the choice of 
adopting the rule, inviting 
comments from interested 
parties and then deciding, or 
rejecting it outright. If the 
latter is decided upon, 


Banzhaf said, he will seek a 
court review. 

Banzhaf also filed the peti¬ 
tion with the Department of 
Transportation, which has 
some rule-making powers 
over airlines. 

If the FAA decides to grant 
the petition and adopt a 
segregation rule on airliners, 
he said, a legal precedent will 
have been formed to take the 
matter further. 


Saanich Housin g 

GIFT SPARKS 
BIG PROJECT 


Headlong into Winter 

Toronto storm left hefty head peering from top of 
small car. Snow-fall Thursday inspired motorist's 
neighbors^to make snowman, complete with hat* 
and pine needles for eyelashes.—(CP) 


M / ^ mi I nouns from 40 and grants lour lsllt,u in GUNMAN ARRESTED 

IJ.kJ. I JW&tZO “ »" r, l *'«' Hie gunman was reported ar- 

instead of 20 . i bers of the Cosmopolitan Club, rested 

China Stand " k j.rr k ^.T ltlplescle ™' ,socie,y '*?■»■ 

government accepted a concili- a joint committee decided on __ 

ation board report recommend- the housing development with SoctolL^It^^f^m^ 

WASHINGTON (AP) — The tion of regulations to go into ef- in K the pay increase eventually the provision also of the activity fhp ."V™? 

United States took further steps feet Monday. accepted and improved on the centre White Cane centre and Uga , da 80(1 had 

Friday to ease its trade embar- The most jrnportant change I***’* 37%-hour work the hostel. men? to 2?'a^onVSS 

go of almost two decades wiu permit Am^rican^wned [ w .f k and four vacatlon Saanich Mayor Hugh Curtis Uganda a on^plrty^tate 

against Communist China in a subsidiaries of U.S. firms in after 18 y ears called the press conference Mf>re tb i ow/delerate, in 

the P^ki'nTregime “ W ‘ th i C f nada - Euro pe. and |VOTE DIVIDED ^ the stad ^ m Wheeled Obote, 

The stetT d^uartment ^isewhere to engage in trade of | Mr. Lyon said controllers at 1 en |® twl the 01 t ? ,e ? u,n c *' president since 1966. as he 
nounced ^ I" on - sl J: ate 8< c ***** wlth main- Montreal, Toronto and Vancou-1 ^ ' n land and closed the convention. Then as 


By DON GAIN -- 

A $100,000 gift has sparked plans for a 
multimillion-dollar housing development in Saan- 
ich for low-income handicapped persons and their Csii, 

families. 

The donor Is Mrs. Elise TT + 

Fielding of 1420 Beach Drive -m M- 

- II land co-ordinator is the Cosmo- m # f /■ 

I ilfll rnllPr< P^itan Club of Victoria which 
"Ilvl O f or years has worked with the 

Multiple Sclerosis Society of ~ 

. Victoria and Vancouver Island. M m 

\ DDanl Tl,e dev( ‘ 1 °P ment - Relieved to (JljLC* 

/TlXCy t ** the first of ils kind ever, is V W ^ 

JF platmed for a 6.92 - acre site 

between Darwin and Vernon 

m . immediately southeast of KAMPALA (CP) - A state of 

I 01111*51^1 Saanich Municipal Hall. Ini mpriT „ . 01 

VjUIIli dl l addition to 142 housing units it emer 8 e " c y was declared, in 

is to include an activity centre, u S«nda today a few hours after 
a White Cross centre for the " gunman shot and wounded 

OTTAWA (CP) - Voting ^ Ml!t ° n 0bote as ha 

, voung cation and a hostel for handi- „ , , ,, 

under a threat of emergency capped children. n a conference hal1 - 

u . nd * r per Architect for the project is The move was announced in a 

cen of Canadian a,r traffic con- John Di Castri. pre-dawn government decree as 

trailers agreed to accept a feder- special forces police patrolled 

al government contract offer. HIGH-RISES the streel «' ^ 

The 1,000-member Canadian Eighty-four of the housing units blocks in Hip " 

Air Traffic Control Association, will be contained in two high- shooting ^vhlnh ipft 
which announced the accept- rise buildings, each of six ® bote , ai> 

ance Friday, earlier postponed storeys; 39 In one three-storey head juries g y mlnor 
a strike set for noon EST Fri- building and the remaining 19 

day until noon Sunday. Accept- units will be built as town- OPPOSITION BANNED 
ance means the end of the houses. The government also an- 

threat of a country-wide air Ken Johnston, chairman of the nounced that two opposition po- 
sbutdowo at Christmastime. development committee, told a litictl parties were banned. 
WORK WEEK CUT press conference Friday that Obote, 44. was shot on leaving 

John.Da.id u™. ...ociatioo y “" 8,0 >"™ali convent'™, ot hi. 

□resident told a new, mnfer WhOT M *' Fleld,n * 8tld 8h * governing Uganda People's 

president, toia a news center- wou j d ]ij, e to leave a memorial Congress party late Friday 

ence the rettlement gives con- to b,, [amlly the Aliens. nSt He was rented con 

tro ers a 13-per_cent j»y in- which wou ] d benefit the com- scious when he was admitted to 

crease over a 27-month con- ne was admitted to 

tract, cuts the work week to 36 hospital. 

hours from 40 and grants four BODY CALLED IN GUNMAN ARRESTED 

weeks holidays after 32 years After consultation with mem- tx.. UIQO 

instead of 20. i bers of the Cosmonolitan Club. gUnman W8S rep0rted ar ‘ 


The move was announced In a 
pre-dawn government decree as 
special forces police patrolled 
(he streets' and manned road- 


sbutdowo at Christmastime. 
WORK WEEK CUT 


nounced a three-phase relax®-|i and China on the same basis as| ver rejected the settlement. But ^vetoping the concept 

-their foreign competitors. (other centres accepted it as a SITE FOUND 

Direct U.S. tr*ade with China,! "substantial improvement’’ over The Saanich plannin 

Party Crashers however ' " maina forbidden. the conciliation report. mcnt and Ald Edith 

• I THIRD COUNTRIES chairman of the muni 

loss (rrena.de Secondly, present restrictions * * * housing committee, w 


Party Crashers ihowevl ' r ' ,orbiddCT 

• _ I THIRD COUNTRIES 

1 OSS (rrCliaae Secondly, present restrictions 
MANILA (UPI) — A group of are eliminated on U.S. business 
party crashers, turned away Pfirtlcipation in third-country 
from a Christmas dance in trade in Chinese Communist 
Iloilo City in the southern Philip- 8°°^ This permits American 
pines Friday night, returned and fi™* 10 buy and ship to third 
threw a grenade into the party, countries commodities pre- 
Four persons were wounded. sumed to be of Chinese origin 
One of the wounded, army that third-country firms now are 
Capt. Tedoro Gee a, whipped out a ^ e to aend to the United States 
a .45 calibre pistol and opened Ul,d ^ r Produces that require 
fire. The bullets struck three certificates,?f ori g in - Sa ch cer- 

other party guests. The at- hftcates will no longer be re- 
tackers escaped. qulred for shipments to third 


c 1 1 « „ . „ .. ment to take action to make 

Saanich Mayor Hugh Curtis Uganda a one-party state, 
called the press conference Mf>re ^ Me(sates , n 

because the joint committee „v._j . 

enlisted the help of the munici- C ^ red 0bot *> 

pality in finding land and piocpj pnf - ’ e 

j , . .. . closed the convention. Then as 

developing the concept. pnMUent and „ „ co „ “ 

SITE FOUND four or five men walked past 

The Saanich planning depart- *he band, a shot rang out. 
ment and Aid. Edith Gunning, Obote’s escort lifted him to 
chairman of the municipality's his car which took him to Mula- 
housing committee, worked on 8° Hospital, 
the project and came up with a 


Ten-\ ear Term ».*■ um,™ centre on the fite Britain Reels 

FVki* K iilnunnlnn IMPROVE POSITION "It is now in an old two-atorey 

O IV UUdppin^ The tlale department aid OTTAWA (CP) - Parliament wooden house on Lee Avenue," I D/’ J 

RIO DE JANEIRO (UPI) -(this change "Is responsive to ur- ad J° urnwi f< * r « CJinsUnas re- he said, “and is totally inade iri 

A military court sentenced a (gent requests of foreign CC8S FrkJa V night rnllowing the quale." 

22-year-old student to 10 years in f branches of U^. firms, and it Is ann °uncement that Canada’s The new centre will lie LONDON (Reuters) - Bliz- 
prison Friday for his part in the | expected to improve the com- morc than 11:00 air traffic con- available for use by people over zards swept most parts of Brit- 
kidnapping last September of petitive position of American lr °llers have agreed to ratify a 18 who, at that age, become a in Friday and heavy snowfalls 
U.S. Ambassador Burke Elhrtck. [business concerns overseas." new wmtract with the federal Ineligible to use facilities at the blocked i n m . nv nBr *« „# 

The student, Claudio Torres da I The third change removed the government. George R, Pearkes dinic. y . 

Silva, was one of numerous I $100 ceiling on the purchase of The Common, and the Senate Garth Homer, executive ‘" e country. Worst hit were 
persons arrested shortly after (Chinese goods by Americans for bad delayed adjournment amid director of the Community Scotland, Wales and the north of 
Elbrlck's release Sept. 7. I non-commercial use. Contii.Mtd oa Pago 14 Continued on Page 14 England. 


qulred for shipments to third 
countries. But the certificates 
still will be required for goods 
shipped into the United States. 

IMPROVE POSITION 

The state department said 


House , 
Senate 
Adjourn 


\ site on municipally-owned land 

adjacent to the municipal hall. Slides 

"Mrs. Gunning's guidance and 

help were tremendous," Mr. Off Riinuav 
Johnston said Friday. ' 1 DUIlWdy 

Also invited to participate in ANCHORAGE. Alaska (UPI) 
planning was the Canadian __ A stretch DC-g airliner car . 
Mental Health Association. no, __ 


i CENTRE FINANCED 


rying 284 passengers and a crew 
of 10 slid off the east end of the 


George Gray, associate mam runway at Anchorage 
director of the CMHA. told the International Friday as It was 
press conference that Victoria larK ? in S to There were 

Rotary Club was raising 130,000 n° injuries, 
to establish the White Cross -*- 

centre on the .he Britain Reels 

"It is now In an old two-atorey 
wooden house on Lee Avenue," i ni• ___ j 
he said, “and is totally inade IrllZZara 

quate." 

Th<> new centre will tw> LONDON (Reuters) — Bliz- 


The father told her that her 
generation might one day 
right some of the wrongs his 
and other generations were 
responsible for. 

The child looked sad, so her 
father tried to cheer her up 
with the story of the Colonist 
500 Fund. 

“It is probably as good an 
example as anything today 
that there are still people who 


care about people." he said 
"These people in Greater 
Victoria give thousands of 
dollars to this fund so 500 
families chosen by the 
Christmas Bureau can have a 
better Christmas. This is the 
13th year in a row that 
they’ve been doing this.” 

He could have pointed out 
that there were absolutely no 
administrative coats. Bui it 
would have meant nothing to 
the child. 

* ★ ★ 

The deadline is ckwe at 
hand. The fund closes at noun 
Monday and what It receives 
between now and then may 
mean the difference in laugh¬ 
ter and tears for' some child 
this Christmas. 

Donations must arrive by 
that time at the Colonist, 2631 
Douglas, or at Avis Rent-a- 
Car, 800 Douglas. 


Knee-Bends; No Small Honor This! 


By RICHARD JACKSON 

iCalaaht Ottawa Burra a > 

OTTAWA — Who among the 
honorable members of the 
House of Commons holds the 
House knee-bending record? 

No small honor this. 

There is keen parliamentary 
competition for the political 
Olympic gold medal as cham¬ 
pion of the sport of pop-up 
and sit-down. 

Initial claim was filed 
Friday by Newfoundland Con¬ 
servative MP James McGrath 


who reported he had climbed 
to his feet 22 times during the 
question period without 
catching Mr. Speaker Lucien 
Lamoureux’t eye. 

On the 23rd elevation Mr. 
Speaker "recognized him and 
he finally got to ask his 
question — almost out of 
breath from all the exercise 
— about regional disparity. 

But all the effort was In 
vain, for Economic Expansion 
Minister Jean hiarchand was 
not In the House to answer. 

By Prime Mini ster 


Trudeau's “roater" system — 
three day* on and two off in 
the five-day working week — 
Mr. Marchand was enjoying" 
release from the strain of ipe 
question period. 

And that was the rub, jpe 
way Mr. McGrath saw it. *' 

Either the prime minuter 
had to discard this ‘‘illegal 
roster system," or extend the 
question period beyond the 
scheduled 40 minutes before 
Mr. McGrath expired from 
fatigue. 

Seeing that the Newfoundland 


MP was good lor 23 suc¬ 
cessive p o p - u p », Liberal 
House Leader MacDonald 
suggested perhaps there 
might be a career for him in 
the Natlunal Ballet. 

Just then Mark Rose, NDP 
MP for Fraser Valley, put in 
a counter-claim as the up-and- 
down champ of the House. 

He had done 25 successive 
pop-ups. 

In came a counter-counter¬ 
claim from Mr. Speaker. 

“I «m a contender,” he 
observed. 


Actually he is probably the 
winner, being the man-in- 
motlon constantly during the 
question period. 

But Mr. Rose Isn't giving up 
that easily. 

He reported that his non- 
reoognition by Mr. Speaker 
had got to the point that he 
expressed surprise when 
recently Mr. Lamoureux had 
spoken to him, actually cal¬ 
ling him by name. 

"I told him, kidding of 
course, that I hadn't realized 
that he actually knew me."