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Near Prince Georee 


No. 102-112th YEAR 


VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SUNDAY, APRIL 12, 1970 


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(Details on Page S> 


Socreds 


MLA Distressed: 


Hospital 

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Inaction 

Imperils 


**rve had a tot of reaction from various people, 
and Tm afraid the government is losing public 
support,” said Wallace. 


“Right now I am distressed and becoming 
exasperated,” he said. 


“This government was elected on its promise of 
services to people.” 


Prenature Gut-Off Harmless 


command from the ground set the booster toward 
a powerful lunar column which scientists hc^ will 
reveal secrets about the moon's interior. 

Swigert, a last-mtnute substitute on the crew 
for another astronaut who is suspect^ of being 
infected by German measles, \vas complimented by 
ground controllers for his flying skill. 

They told the civflian spaceman he had used 
20 pounds less fuel in rocket firings than had been 
predicted. 

So accurately was Apollo 13 on its path to the 

CoottDBsd OD Page : 


The {Rtyvincial govemmmt's hospital policies' 
could lead to its downfall, Oak Bay Social Credit 
MLA Dr. Scott Wallace said Saturday. . 

Wallace said he was incensed by cost-cutting 
tactics, an announc«nent ctf yet another hospital 
study, the sight of 25 beds in the Bay Pavilion at 
Royal Jubilee Hospital standing empty, and what he 
called “the talk, talk, talk and no action.” 


PRINCE GEORGE 
(CP) — Five small chil¬ 
dren drowned Saturday 
night after falling 
through ice on a lake 33 
miles east of here. 

Police said the five fell 
through sun-softened ice 
on Topless Lake, near 
the community of Upper 


uUcm. They were hustled out 
of the gudira by police. 

Officials Mid eight students 
were arrested and four, in- 
■-liiding one girl, were treated 
tor minor injuries in the 
clash. 

Ad aide aaid Mrs. Meir took 
no notice of the demonstra- 
ton. He aaid the 72-yeaF«ld 
grandmother "went right on 
eating her lunch " 


HOUSTC^ (AP) — Three American astro¬ 
nauts sped smoothly toward a risky moon 
adventure SaUnxlay, their spacecraft spinning 
slowly through space and the earth receding slowly 
behind them. 


Apollo 13 astronauts James Lovell, Fred Haise 
Jr. and substitute Jc^n Swfgert Jr. rode quietly but 
firmly on the path to the moon despite a launch 
marr^ by a preiiBture rocket cut-off. 


They watcheoygs a kpent rocket hull was sent 
fleeting ahead towa^ thd moon. A rocket firing on 


Florida Governor 
Faces Stiff Fines 


Five Children 


Springing 

Down 


Gorge 


• Israeli miaister iMkee pttek f«r ls«i- 
granto. ftge 38. 


In the hlander 


• Htgk BdvcBtsrc In csgle 
rvsalry svsr B.C. manlnlss. 


• Bsw VIctorlttH flad 
lost trausre — mser (ssL 


• Mnrgsrel BsMord Mis 
how Gnat PMawieh itaBte 

modol shlpo. 


TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — A federal judge found 
Florida Governor Claude Kirk in contempt of court 
Saturday and said he would fine Kirk $10,(X)0 a 
day until the governor pulled down his barriers to 
school integration in Manatee County. 

The contempt ruling came after Kirk assumed 
control of the Manatee County ^hool system and 
blocked an integration order in defiance of U.S. 
District Judge Ben Krentzman. 

At the governor’s mansion in Tallahassee, a 
Kirk aide said, “We have no statement.” 


in occupied Hebron and tfae 
cabinet refuaal to diow Dr. 
NalMim Goldmann of (he 
World Jewiab Congrett to go 
to Cairo (or taJka with 
LgypUan President finfi 
Abdel Neiser. 


Police in (uU riot gear — 
steel helmets and sied riiields 
drove the shideDta off with 
water canm after several 
scaled the six-loat-wBil «ir- 
roundiog the premier's rcsi- 
denee i d d o wn t ow n J«ru- 


QUARTER 

FINALS: 


Chicago 4 (3-0), Detroit 2 St. Louis 2 (2-1), Minnesota 4 
Boston 3 (2-1), New York 4 Pittsburgh 5 (3-0), Oakland 2 


Hockey 
glories. 
Page 10 


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Vancouver lsland*s Learting Netespaper Since 1858 


BiMldiag tree makes lacelike 
screea for 19 Teros, aabots 
and otber salibaata gotttag set 
(or start ol Gorge Race at 
Crsdgfiower Park Satarday 
moralag. Thlrty-elgkt boats 
took part la isice spoesored 
by OsBadtas Forces Sailtag 
Assoclatlsa, Eaqaimalt 
Sqosdrea, to iAur Harbor 
and back. Beattie Smilag Glab 
moinben Toay Edor and 
Fred Mtason tank first aad 
oecoad place. — (Sha Ryan) 


IvnOMS la tbo Mown 


Sport 

TeierlnlnH 

Week OH tbe Prniriea 


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Students: Golda Must Go! 


Wamen 


Fraser. Three bodies 
were recovered Saturday 
night. 

An RCMP spokesman 
said the children, aged 
seven to nine, were from 
two families. Names 
were withheld. 

Police gave no further 
details. 


JERUSALEM (U PI) ~ 
Chanting "Golda Must Go!,” 
about 140 Israeli psace 
deiDoostratars Saturday tried 
to storm Into the resid^ce of 
Premier Golds Meir as she 
was eating her lunch but were 
repulser by pMIce. Mrs. Meir 
ignored the tumult outside. 

'Die student ‘demonstrators 
were protesting government 
(dans to settle Jewish families 


Author Dies 


Joks O'Hara, W, cbmaMer of 
a geaeratiSB of eMtern 
RstakUslinaeBt Amerkssss aad 
aalhor sf A ppoimment la 
Samnrra, died Satarday after 
bnarl attack, (fitory Pas* IT). 


Judge This Judge 


NEW YORK (AP) — Vice- 
President Spiro Agnew Mid 
Saturday he is concerned 
about the qualifications ol 
Supreme Ckwit Justice WU- 
liam Douglas and urged that 
the j u s t i e e's record be 
“thoroughly emnined.” 

Agnew, interviewed <m CBS 
News, Mid that after such an 
inquiry it could be determined 
“whether there's any reason 
to take acUon . . 

The vice-president’s c<Nn- 
ment was in response to 
reports that House Minority 
Leader Gerald Ford was 
e o n t i deting initfatang im- 
peachment procedures 
against Douglas. 71. an as¬ 
sociate justice since 193B. 

'“It may be ^ipraiK-iate.'' 
Agnew Mid, “to lotdc at some 
of his (Douj^as') beliefs. 


Dougim 


among which, as 1 recaU, is a 
statement that rebeUion is 
iifttified in cases where the 
establishment has acted the 
wsy it’s acting at the present 
ttme." 


DOVER NJ. (AP) — Su- 
prenK court Jusliee WilKam 
Douglas urged America's 
youth Saturday to mist what 
he called ■ growing con¬ 
servative pressure (or con¬ 
formity in the country. 

But Douglas, who baa 
drawn the wrath of SMoe 
political figures contemfing in 
his latest book that conditions 
in a society may justify 
viotence, urg^ a youth crowd 
of 400 m resist through 
p ol itieal action, rather than 
violence. 


Wallace said he will be 
meeting Premier Bennett as 
soon as the premier returns 
from a post-session vacation. 

“I asked for this meeting 
before be went away,” said 
Wallace, "And he promised to 
talk to me. 

“I want to discuss the 
hospital situation with him in 
depth. 

"1 want to let him know my 
own personal eoncern and my 
uneasiness at the present 
directioB which the govern¬ 
ment is taking in the area of 
hoapitai care. 

Wallace said fite lack of 
adequate fiuids for hospital 
operating coats inevitably 
lead to a kwer standard of 
care in the hospitals 
* * * 

“I persoiuJly consider that 
the efieets will be very far- 
reaching both medically and 
politicaUy to ttie extent that it 
could ulttmately endanger the 
survival of this government." 

Wallace critkized Loff- 
marfc's deciikMi to estaUish 
ta^ forces to look into ways 
of cutting hospital costs by 
centralizing services like 
laundry, institutiDg more bulk 
services, and such economy 
moves as the expansion of 
day-«are services. 

'^-iTtais is what 1 ‘talked about 
all session.’’ he said. 

"The federal government ~ 
in co-operaUon with tbe pro¬ 
vincial health ministers made 
such a study in 1 B 6 B and came 
up with some 1 G 8 recom- 
mendattons from task forces 
— not one of them mentioned 
the cost-cutting Loffmark de¬ 
ckled 1900 . 

“Now he wants another 

OssiMaaiS sa Page S 


INSIDE 


Missile Accuracy 
Greatest Threat 
—Page ; 
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Closer Ties LikHy 
With Ladn Americ 
—Page f 

ft ft ft 

Meetings Trying 
To Prevent Lockoi 
—'Page 31 

ft ft ft 

Hong Kong Visitoi 
Co Mad Shoppint 
—Page ^ 

ft ft ft 

House Watchdog 
Wrong Kind? 

—Page 31 


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nHnclal News 

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Gatdea Nstes 

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‘^1 am becoming 
exuperated.. • 
This government 
waa elected on iu 
promise of 
services to people” 


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Widlace 


Odyssey on Target 


Drown in Lake 


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lallH Victoria, B.C. Sunday, April 12, 1970 


Mon. and Tues. 
Budget Saver 
Specials at 
SAFEWAY 


task force to duplicate the The Bay Pavilion, said patients in that area would 

study — it’s all talk, talk talk, Wallace, has been empty for need minimal attention and 

when what we need is action about 10 weeks since patients care.” 

upon present studies, and were transferred to the Eric "They would use the 
b^s.” Martin Institute. cafeteria, Instead of having 

llie Capital Region's hos- “The beds there are needed trays brought to them, 

pital board, he said, had to give post-acute care to and would do many filings for 

made a study, and come up patients currently in acute- themaelvoi, but here fiMy are 

with a program to centralize care beds,” said Wallace.” occupjdng expendtve |4T>s-day 

heapital laundry services in but some alterations are beds.” 

the Victoria area by using St. needed. ..j ^ getting a little 

Joseph’s hospital laundry and ’’A request for approval of frustrated with the whole 
the new facility at Glendale those alterations has rested at j elected in 

raiS for more ^an a 

.. ***.., ^ “I tiy to get the hospital situa- 

After a great deal of though ^IS knew m ad- yon straightened up. 

discussMHi. he said, the board vance of the plans for the 

had finally been told it should beds. . ' , . . 

have approached the public 
works department, not the 
health department. 

An approach to the Public 
Works Minister WilliaRi Chant 
brought a curt reply that the 
d e par tm ent knew nothing 
about the matter, he said. 

"That’s how toat stands," 
said Wallace. 


Safeway Guaranteed 


Nen WON'T- LET 
\jieaet 4 ice.< 

WILL VERP/J 


Serve In so 
many ways— 
Hambui'gers, 
Meat L<^, 
Stuffed Peppers 
or Cas-seroles 


“We could move 25 patients 
into that area and get 25 
people off the hospital waiting 
list into acute care, but 
nothing is being done. 

"Approval of these few 
alterations would actually 
prove to be a cost-cutting 
move, because die recovering 


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'TWIG Civil Service — or government 
employment — and wait for the charge of file 
write brigade. Milk Uns sacred cow, but be 
gentle. 

I used this space the ofiier day to record 
the Civil Service growth figures from 1959 to 
1969, an overall jump of 7S per cent. ’The 
column did not suggest anything about the 
need for such growth. It did not suggest such 
growth was not warranted in certain 
departments. It merely pointed up a 78 per 
cent jump in government employment. 

Ray Wormald, an old newspaper hand, an 
old Navy PR man and now information 
officer for the Forest Service, was quick to 
(a) refute my figures (government lopplled) 
and (b) to defend what growth there has 
been in his department. 

Wormald is no sycophant. I’ve known him 
long enough to know he wouldn’t lend his 
name to a cover-up story. So I accept his 
reasonings and pass tbero on in part. 

*■ * * 

"WHAT AMA2EA ME, quite frankly," be 
states. "Is how so comparatively few people 
can look after such a hell of a big job — and 
the job is getting bigger all the time." 

Wormald then preceded to dazzle me with 
figures. Like in 1959 the Forest Service was 
responsible for the direct management of 40 
million acres of timbered land. By '69 this 
total had increased to just shy of 90 million 
acres. 

"This, of course, has resulted in a 
corresponding increase in work and responsi¬ 
bility related to protection agalT>st fire, 
disease and insects, reforestation and other 
operations.” 


"And let's not forget it's the forests that 
contribute about 50 per cent of the^ entire 
econony of British Columbia.” 


None of the networks inter- j 
rupted scheduled programs but 
workers in mission control got 
an intimate view at the moon- 
bound spacecraft. 

"A little yellow dust cap just 
floated by in front of us,” Haise 
said at one point as he pointed 
the television camera out the 
window. 

"Yeah,” said mission control. 
i"We see It at the top of the 
screen.'* 

Later, Haise pointed the cam¬ 
era toward the receding globe 
of the earth. 

“Showing a beautiful view of 
earth out the window," said the 
astronaut. 


moon, mimion controllers 
cancelled a course correctioo 
rocket firing that had been 
scheduled for early today. An¬ 
other correction is planned 
tonight, however. 

Lovell, Haise and Swigert tocA 
pictures of the earth on signals 
from mission control. The pic¬ 
tures will later help meteoro¬ 
logists study the earth's weather 
patterns. 

Speed of the spacecraft, which 
reached 24,000 miles an hour 
just after Apollo 13 rocketed out 
of earth orbit, slowly declined 
:as it started up the "gravity 
hill" toward the moon. Its speed 
had f^len to 6,100 miles per 
hour by U:13 p-m. EST, e^t 
hours after launch. 

The moon and the earth wiU 
play a game gf gravid tug of 
war with the ^'apaceoraft until 
lunar gmvfty ^Ins control liton- 


I BOW to both Wormald's figures and his 
rhetoric and concede there are undoubtedly 
other departmenti in the Qvil Sendee 
overtaxed by heavier work loads. No 
argument there. However, there is aiwayi a 
greater tendency for over-population In 
government bureaus than in private industry 
and this was the whole point of the exerciser 
— that a strong vigil must always be kept so 
that the excesses of Federal civil service are 
not mimed by ' its provincial counterparts. 
Without such a vigil, it could happen. 


4IS Tates Sk. Victoria 


DEUVERINQ of four Boeing 707s was to 
be made to the Canadian Armed Services on 
Friday afternoon in Trenton, Ont. The big 
jets, which cost S36 million dollars, plus 
another S20 million for spare parts, crew 
training and VIP kits, were to be flown from 
Seattle to Trentcm. While there has been 
nothing official, the grapevine has it that one 
of these 707’s will eventually become a sort 
of Canadian version of Air Force One for the 
use of Prime Minister Trudeau. The VIP kits 
would be able to trarsform the first claig 
section (usually 40 jeats) into a lavish 
compartment of eight seats, two desks, and 
two berth sofas fw the E*M and whatever 
staff flies with him. Can’t let those U.S. 
presidents get ahead of us, now can we? ... 


Another 
Convenient 
and Tnsty Iten^ 
12>ox. tin_ 


Dalewood 


THE FRONT pqge of Ijils estimable 
journal carried a shp-t story the other day 
offering you and you and you a chance to 
sound off by letter about fi>e proposed pay 
increases for members of partiamem. R 
listed the address to which you can direct 
your opinions — 2 Rideau Street, Ottawa. 

'Rw ennmittee that has been struck to 
look into MP salaries has asked for this 
expression of public opinion. So. tf you have 
strong feelings one way or the other, you now 
have your oppcn'tutdty. Put off writing, fine, 
but don't squawk if the MPs are granted 
what you might consider a more-thaiv 
justified pay hike. 

The old saying, put up or shut up. 


£con(«nical—^Cae as a Spread 
or for Gofddng 


raky itspmtnitnt . . dURwad set 

e ar r ings , watches, etc. . . . ooem 
. . marl^ down ns much ss 90%! 


TEN YEARS AGO. Forest Service 
nurseries produced ei^t million seedlings for 
the province's entire reftxrstation prt>gram. 
Now there are eight nurseries and they 
produce 40 million seedlings. 

Wormald estimates that 12 new timber 
harvesting areas will cover nwe than 32 
million acres and will have an allowable cut 
in excess of 382 million cubic feet of timber. 

My friend was just warmii^ to the task — 
I can only absorb so much statistical 
inf<M-mation. But he did f i n i s h off in high 
gear. 


Your Good Health 


^Cat Naps ’ Harmless 


Witii Tomato Sauce 
Heat and Serve — 14-oe. Tiii 


By G. C. TU08TESON, MD 

Dear Dr. Hiosteson: Is it 
healthy for a person to let a 
pet dog or cat sleep on the 
bed with them at night?— 
L.BA?. 

Main dangers are: 

• Some animals can have 
skin disorders that can be 
transmitted to man. 

O Animal danders can 
touch off asthma attacks, 
especially in children who are 
subject to asthma. 

^t I don't like to be a 
spoilsport, so I'll give you a 
flat no only when asthma is in 
flw picture. 

Otherwise, if you are will¬ 
ing to run the risk of 
acquiring some sort of itch, 
let the pet sleep on the bed. 
On it — not in it. No crawling 
under the covers. 


Dear Dr. HiosteMn: My 
younger son, now 11, didn't 
say one word until he was 
four. He was very fast with 
everything else, I let him 
atone. That it the best way. 
Leave the child alone! 

He is a B student and could 
be an A student with a little 
effort. My older son talked 
real your«. but he is just 
average and slow. 

I wWi you would send this 
to the woman who was 
wondering about her kxi not 
talking, it may save a lot of 
worry.—Mia. WX. 


Cosino 


AQliAKIL'8 IN VIEW 

The television camera was 
pointed out of the window, too. 
giving a clear view of Aquarius, 
the lunar craft Lovell and Haise 
wM ride to hazardous landing in 
a highland valley on the moor. 

The television show, 


Note to Mr. D.L.B.: 1 

read your long letter —ali of 
it, and cannot see that you 
have been misinformed in any 
way. Srin cancer respomk 
wonderfully well to early 
treatment, and that is what 
you had. Fear of cancer has 
run away with you — al¬ 
though the kind you had is 
more successfully treated 
than any other. 


A Same Y»u Can Tnut 


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which 

lasted more than an hour, was 


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Satisfying. 

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not seen live by home viewers 


University of Waterloo 

Faeuily of 5denea 
School of Opiomiky 

A Career in the Profession of Optometry 

Is now offered at The University of Waterloo 
Waterloo, Ontario 

A sta-yehr programme, leadtof to the deprec uf Doctor of Optometry, preparaa (be 
Optometrist for Private Eh'actice, or to undertake post-graduaie studies levdiag fii fiw 
degree at Master of Science and Doctor a4 Philosophy. 

CXlilBbES INfXIJDE: An;.tomy, Histology, Zoology, Organfo aiM Bioelwmistry. Hiy>- 
chedogy. Physiologj, Ocular Anatomy. General Pattioliigy. Ooular Pattiotogy PiMnm- 
cotogy, PhvsiflioetoB] OpCles, Advaocod Geometrical Optics md others. 

ma rBAv/tiiw 09 onOMBTar involves the aoalysif and (RaDmeDt od vtolSB proh- 
lems as they relate to visual acuity, comfort and perfex-maoM. 

AREAS <»■ PRACTICE AND RESEARCH include: 

—Spectacle leas application tor visual acuity 
—Contact lens fitting 

—Orthoptic treatment for ocular muscle Imbalance 
—Spectacle lens application for ocular muscle Imteiaocc 
—Assistance in reeding probiema 
—Analysis of tewustrial vision probtoms 
—Subnormal vieual problems 

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showers. Winds northwest 15 e**' 

rising at times to 25. Forecast 
ihlgb and tow at Tofino 50 aid 
l38 Monday ouUoob sunny with Cuiica>r 

Vemon 
Vaaw»f 

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APRIL 12, l»7e 

Small craft warning continued . 
for Juan de Fuca Stnut.-.MainIy|: 
sunn/. Winds westerly 19 rising 1 
at times to 25. Saturday's 
precipitation trace, surwhine 8 North Coast 
hrs. 24 min.: recorded high and cloudy period 
low at Victoria 50 and 29. ahoweri. Wine 
Today’s forecast high and low rising at times to 25. Mmiday 
Sa and 35. Today's sunrise 5:» outlook: sunny, with a few 
•.ra. and sunset 7 p.m.; moon- cloudy periods, 
rise 9:24 a.m., muoooet 1:56 
a.m. Monday outlook; con- 
tinuing sunny. Monday, i 

East Coast of Vancouver Wednt 
Island -- Small craft warning ^ 

continued for Georgia Strait. | 

Sunny with afternoon cloudy 
periods and isolated showers, 

Winds northwesterly IS rising at Fnrtrrician 
times to 25. Saturday's peecipi- SSlST'"'’ 
tation nil; recorded high *nd!9P**« 

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OsIkA, Japan (AP) ~ Expo '70 and easily won the 
Prince Charles gave a party hearts o( the girls. 

Saturday for the young set at All agreed that Charles, one 

Smithes Next Move: 

Tougher Laws 
On Racist Lines 


SAUSBURY (Reuters] — 
Prime Minister Ian Smith, 
who was given virtual carte 
blanche in electicns Friday to 
divide Rhodesia on racist 
lines, is expected to m o v e 
qolcl^ to «if<vee stricter 
separation of whites and 
blacks in alttoat all walks of 
life. 

Smith's Rhodesian Front 
party stormni to total victory 
In the election, capturing aU 
SO white seats in parliament. 


‘Venetian 

Blinds’ 

On Mars? 


yiosayv (upd—a soviet 

b iologist Saturday offered 
evideRce that Ufe can exist on 
Mars. 

He suggested the red planet 
may have pincushion-like 
plants or stalks equipped with 
broad leaves that like 

window shades during the 
night 

The theory was described in 
Ihe magazine Nauka I Ahizn 
(Science and Life), which said 
the bicdo^at K. L^rubarsky, 
grew some terrestrial pJants 
in a box whose abnosi^re 
simulated die carbon dioxide 
air of Mars. 

It said Lyubarsky put a 
Noah’s Ark of worms, seeds, 
plants and bacteria in the box 
to see how they would fare. 
Most died, s«ne went into a 
state of suspended animation 
and revived when takeiT out 
and others thrived. 

“Lower mushrooms and 
bacteria could even grcrw and 
multiply in the conditions of a 
complete absence of oxygen, 
Martian temperatures and 
humidi^,” it said. “During 
some experiments the seeds 
of flower plants sprouted." 

Nuns Will Run 
Switchboards 

VATICAN CITY (AP) — 
Nuns of the Paudne evder are 
becctnlng switchboard opera¬ 
tors at the Vatican. A space¬ 
man said the nims would soon 
replace 10 brothers of the Don 
Orlone order, who will be 
freed for pastoral work after 
several years of running the 
busy ezcfiange. 


It was, in Its truest sense, a 
political wbiteiwash, a victory 
comparable only with that in 
1965 when the Rhodeaian 
Front first came to power. 

Ibe centre paity and the 
far right TTiiiaililfegi alliance, 
wav cfobri. CDe at 

the(r‘ eandidagea came ckwe 
to succeeding. 

The result leaves toe 
country's iridtes stQl united 
against a boatile world. 

Now. when parliament 
<^ns at toe end of April, a 
scattering of 16 black faces 
will oonfront toe whites. 

Smith’s next move win be 
to appt^nt his cabinet, see to 
the appointment ctf toe new 
multi-racial senate provided 
for under the republican 
consitution, and to the 
election of ei^t more Afri- 
cam to the lower house from 
an electoral college of tribal 
chiefs and headmen. That will 
complete the eompiement of 
66 in to e house. 

Then h?^is expected to turn 
to applieatiem of racist laws. 

Fig Leaf Thefts 
Bared in Park 

IX)NDON (CP) — Works 
Minister Robert Melliah told 
the Oommona that pranksters 
keep EteaUng toe fig leaf off 
the statue of Achilles in Hyde 
Park. They also regularly lift 
^leen Victoria’s sceptre to 
Kensington (hardens, Itowever, 
he said, the department keeps 


Multiple Warheads Secondar 


Prince meet miniskirted hostess at V*K. pavUUon 

Charles Wins Hearts 


of the worid’s most eligible 
bachelors, wouM smne day 
make a good king — and a 
good husband. 

“He's cemtotferafe and well 
educated,” said Leslie Lin- 
shen Cbiuig. 34, of Taipei, 
chief guide at the Naticni^t 
Chtoeae Pavilion. “He’s also 
very good looking.” 

Annette Toupaid, 23, San 
Francisco, a guide at the U.S. 
Pavilion, told a reporter: 
"He's also vsry sodahie and 
knows hclw to break off a 
coRveraation from one group 
politely and join another.” 

The 21-year-old heir to the 
throne, who spent toe day 
touring toe Expo grounds, 
gave the party at a Japeaese 
govemaM guest botwe. 

In addidtkm to Expo offl- 
dals and foreign dlgnltariSB, 
Britisfa nTBefath said 
Mked i^KsdOaSty «Mt «he 
guest list include two persons 
under 30 yean of age tmn 
each of the 100 national and 
oommerdal pavilions. 

Mias Toupaid said Prince 
Charles spen the entire time 
at toe hoim kxig party walking 
around with a glass of 
champagne, which he did not 
drink. 

“I think he’s reedty wonder¬ 
ful and open,” she added. 


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increasing accuracy of United 
States and Soviet nuclear 
missiies is an even greater 
threat to the East - West 
strategic balance than mul¬ 
tiple wariieads, the eutborita- 
five Institute &>r Strategic 
Studies s^ Saturday. 

In a survey published on 
toe eve of opening of Strate¬ 
gic Anna Limitation Talks in 
Vienna, the institute said 
world security also is 
toreatened by toe conflict on 
the 4,000-mlle kng Soviet- 
Chinese border. 


It said Soviet ground forces 
in the Far East and McmgoUa 
were stepped up in 1969 to the 
“unprec^ented" level of 28 
diviskms — comparable to 
Soviet streiq^ in the whole 
Eastern Europe. 

A ★ A 

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doubts that the Soviets wifl, in 
fact, attack communist China 
or try to destroy her nuclear 
sites. 

Explaining toe background 
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likely to undermine both 
powers’ sense of security 
without offering ekher the 
hope (A achieving ‘superiority’ 
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CDC Monster Reappears 


\V7HE^ PRIME MINISTER TRUDEAU h«d Ills 
^ recmt confrontatkMi with Stephen Ronan, 
Canada’s largest uranium entrepreneiu^, the 
argum^t raised against the government's rtfusa! 
to allow a United States firm to control Denison 
Mines Ltd. was that there was no source ol funds 
available In Canada whereby Roman could dispme 
of his shares in this country. 

Tliis did not deter the government from 
Imposing the ban anyway, but it has c^iparently ^ 
off a «*hnin reaction that has brought the Canadian 
Development Corporation out of the limbo of 
things forgotten into a matter of high cabinet 
priority. 

In 1963 when Finance Ministo* Walter Gkadon 
presented his CDC ^ian, it was argued it would 
provide a source ol funds for the puipoee of heed¬ 
ing off foreign acquishioD of Canadian companies 
hy making counter-offers where these were con¬ 
sidered in ffie national interest Just sudi a case as 
has arisen wiUi Denison. 

Under Gcs-don CDC was to be a direct Crown 
corporation. It was shot down in flames as a 
socialist measure, and as a sure way in whldi in jig¬ 
time companies with politic^ influence would be 
able to bail out thdr waning interests at ta}q;iayen' 
expense. 

Until Denison came mi the scene, TVudeau had 
the CDC rig^ at the bottom of his li^ of priorities. 
Backed by Finance Minister Benson, the govern¬ 
ment is now toying with a new versiMi erf the CDC, 
according to a current repmt in the Finandal Poel 

In an effort to meet earlier objections and 
disconnect the new CDC frmn govenunent omtrd, 
the plan is to put the operations of the company in 
the hands of what Mr. Benson calls “a Uue libbMi” 
board — whatever that may mean. 

The paper also suggests that to remove CDC 
frmn physic^ contact with government, it may be 
headquartered in Vancouver, as a aop to "the 
disenchanted West** 

Ihe plan to be effective would dearly need a 
capital of about $1,000,000,000 to start off, and 
imsumabiy mudi oit the original capital would be 
provided by the taxpayers. 

Later private money would be invited through 


the sale of shares in the CDC mutual fund as 
originally outlined by Blr. Gordon. 

The mest alanni^ feature of the restoration 
of the CDC concept is that even und^ a private 
businessman directmate, the corporation would be 
yet another symbol of state control, because in the 
end the directors would be answerable to the 
government. 

Eyebrows will also be raised at the Financial 
Post statement that Maurice StrcM^, chief <rf 
C a nadi a n Inteniatlonal Devdopment Agency, and 
fotroer president of Power Corporation of Canada, 
is the government's tevorite for the post of CDC 
top executive. 

StroDg at various times has been labelled as 
one of Canada’s bright younger minds, and he 
undoubtedly has some acadetnic qualifications. But 
as a buEhiessman and administrator he is a 
dUfownt proposition. 

EQs Mef tenure as chid of Power Coarioration 
was marked with a sharo leveraal of that 
company*! fortunes and acquWtlong of a number 
of co m pa n i PH sudi as LaurenUde and Inq^tion, 
that turned out to be expensive luxuries or even 
worse. 

There was little sign regret among Power 
shardiolders whoi Mr. Strong Idt to take up his 
govermnttit post. 

In his latter capacity, lA*. Strong’s handling of 
much Canadi a n aid to undevdoped countries 
such as in the Caribbean has come in for much 
questioning even at the lands of the redjrient 
countries. 

But whether it is Mr. Strang or someone else 
who is selected as bead of the p ro posed new CDC, 
the fact remains that as a corporation it win be a 
potential target for e v m yu oe who has wwii^hitig 
to sen, and it will be tte eternal ttex of the 
taxpayer that be wffl find himself loaded with 
assete for which non-eoonomic prices have bran 
paid, either throu^ iovitatian or expropriation 
agreemoits. 

Because of this the CDC is a dangerous 
weapon, and its reincarnatiMi must be r^arded a 
another of the govenonent’s growing list of actions 
desisted to throttle private enterprise. 


Germans Will Be Welcome 


*T^HE CHANNEL ISLANDS — Jersey, Guernsey, 
A Aldern^ and Sark—are to celeste on May 9 
the 25th anniversary ef their Uberetkm from the 
five-year Nazi occupation. But as the day 
approadies, the celelmted “cow islands” of fact 
and fiction have seen devdop an acrimonioiis 
debate as potntlem aa it Is Indeterminable. Who 
suffered most, the argument goes, those who were 
evacuated frem their homes or those who stayed 
behind? 

So bitter have been the exchai^es, so furious 
the letters to the pre* that the newspaper 
. proprietors have now put the tc^lc “out <rf bounds.” 

It was Adolf Hitler’s ambition — and a 
reasonable one at that — to turn the islands into a 
huge holiday camp fM* the followers of the 
Strength Through Joy cult 


They have become just that a holiday 
paradise for nearly a minion Britoni evey year 
and an increasing flow of visitors from the 
mainland of Europe. 

A quarter of a century after the British 
accepted the capitulation of the Nazi garrison, or 
what was left.^ it, Guernsey is tnaugureting a 
parity campaign inviting the Germans back to 
the island. 

Tfce other islands can be expected to foUow 
tiUB exampte. 

There may still be scars and painful memories 
among the older ^neration, but the healing 
quality of hard cash is reroarkaMe, esieciaily 
M^g such frugal and practical folk as the 
Channel Islanders. 


ptwlncet. tiuquUity of tte oonfennee wot me wne 

the .tate of Its law» ^r, the auV^ I>mlnton - provtiKi .1 nSS wS the obje^^ »“ 

wSSa iL conferenee. timed tt ing the Benuine^renco that ‘‘to in an el^ 

■ 2 ‘mending fonnuU teoepl^ exitt accoiding to prlnelplet of eunpattn. PoUtlcal pfepeUans 

^ “We to all. have, with^t ftimen and refSlStead, 

exceptioH, beet! Unqualified tiMib exerciaei are generally** “* alftributwo e< taxfng 
Even the nwet artiatically* . ... . ■ .r.. . nowert that conatitiTtifvtA 

.!>= u. ■-...■ii.LLtL.LL . ulx.l uT.l failutea. Following each ooo-dltplayt pcditioal pyrotech-P® * * *^ * ccMHwuonai 

QT^wn coofututlon must mn&Ln , ___ . i ^ t mistit raMolve mm IfMt 

- ...u* nt ference, and after great a^u- nfci dasigned to daaide and nugnr renve, are wsi 

beaut? (t la awakened by ^ v* conrtltu- 

S: K^th of‘lii toi, ^y to scheduled to be held next fall. f« ^ to ” 2 t‘tt * 5 ^ 

by jwovldlng a roeanlni for ita to no rMSOO to expaet that ^ PoalOoa that vittataa all 1 to 

phr^s and an application for “ l*we any mwe aiieoMa. heve for a aooHMua. ^ 

aao ytai ^ iradif nw. Wbat to worse, sueb meetlo^ **? "* 

The Brittoh North America BSiaa that all too often arc ooc aa to na far 

^giand lor the year M67 looks sr wUl no* ta fiSure be extiavagant claims that scad hii 2 l‘^Hr*fc? S« 

aei^y more l^qlUatove ihan ese mtoet my ^ ^erenoeo and ej ^ 

the statute touting to the UU becaure most jrcqpaatlylproduclng a new crop of dto- ^ ^ aoMlIhi- 

liceitslni of^ which received . — tkm may oaly be parfaberal at 

approval of the Honae of ’ I M*'' V ^ * buHder may object la 

Commons tm the aame day aa / ^ jSrCO ^ psyfnr a aiovlneial satos tax on 

Canada’s oonstltutlon. But the " V malerialj^t m to up 

act that uidted the first htXMa that he produoes and 

provinces of Canada into a aaOl m the maitet Hto lawyer 

federal foim of govenunent eotiteni that the Ux is 

oaine eqwpped wlto aeo^ries .aj JKa OrlM oneowtltuttoDal beeaiae It is 

u "Mliect.” ■me result may be a 

of oourts was eontemplated, the Amerte ^ 

required In each case ooming miS 

before them, to determine what I ,- Arette ice oQ the shore <d the 

“* jr BWMK/ ' "fiEBBWByn Bopttna Peninsula. He to hopeful 

It is mirte. Tymkins judge's by ^ ''' fto? 

his kid««. >«) they are the law . >> J-i V Hli lawyer and the judge wfU be 

ipeaklog. t - §— -- ^ concerned over the 

_***.,.. / Ml / constltutkmal question of 

Tlie whoto p^ess, including , jMt J whether the hu -tti« crtlnance 

toU^^tn'^^tate^ fc^^hTii J Wiym ^ ^ North-West Territories 

"***“S^ ^*‘v - 1 - ii i / ' -«W Hd(I^iS“n?^eJ?toL^? 

KOTeb^ thrt he does like. 4 B I / '* Sf committad. The judgment that 

^ : . KJI fl ► /l- w • «nergw may weU benome an 

SiIS 7 *t£lr -fH/ ■ \ Ortentoon not mdy of tte 

ttte’.^trS’the I y. ' ^iIS^'luTu 

canning of satoon. The law is fj I 1 > ^ISf. dljfa a^ay^^'SI 

declared unoawtjtutional. t^ff ^ IP | a iwnp«ny of pii gH m. on thet 

The PaiUament of V - way to Canterbury, litigants an< 

****"P** itr9SF/2MHBBl witnesses, accused and ac 

ing the dnnMng ^ KT tttWCV. % «»ent. judges «d lawyers 

pSS to do "Mtf I WWMijL junin. and clerta and eurlou 

soj^ (tounkenness takes on |||fc V oiliel We^ wile 

S!^?Sne"^nr ‘'“’® ereatesl interest of man oi 

Alberta and Saskatchewan ^ lunuit c 

liament of £da to pass tows 

^ ... ^ wMom bean herakled b 

An Alberta statute purports to ^ ^ blazoned in re 

compel a newspaper of ^eadliaeB. Tbe right <d wome 

Ha polietoe. to publtoh govern- to sit In tbe Senate upon tb 

ment ftatenents o( equal length /VotereS Goomotry same basis as men; the r^t < 

rattradlctlnc the newspaper’s .im ui» -Ptato w Jw* tail* inaton. to iimior «, to 

p^n. The aqir^ of ^ ^ nootoiteiiii; Iti 

to! Dateline: Europe right of all peremw, whateve 

nuUlty since It undermmeB the ■■ .. their reUgkxB belief, to dii 

esiatonce of a free press upon _ _ j^^ts in a publl 

^^paritomentaor institutions T^rh/lowr^C VrAll^-K place; these are some of tb 

depend. . ^ ^ vrUiiy 0 X WULAX constitutioDal rights wide 

: w ★ ★ _ _ derive from judical decisions. 

A Uontresl restaurateur wto By OTTO TvN HABWW JBO AAA 

has provkled bail to certain of ^^ldER pei^de complain a | AH this toads to increasing There have been changes i 
Jehovah's Witnesses, objects to int about youth. They are lalieo^ioo. to false images due inteniretation of the Canadia 


Om READERS’ 

Gallery’s Role r/H 

Ay wHUr 

WeU Fulfilled 


I 'M new In Victoria but not new to the worid of art. Mr. i 

R. B. Shaw's iettar on April 3 interested n»e however as end most of the minor ones at 
I have often thought I wouldn't want my sons to inherit a i>urtralt least a decade ago 
of me unless it was painted by Picasso in his Blue Period—I It la no Iwiger good enough to 
know this is personal vanity, i- -refer vaguely, as Mr Shau, 


— ... Qfg SCaoNe reULOng to Uie -—— — —■-- «-- --—— 'Hw-r IntonMt In Mm 

lat even un^ a priv^e ,icewing of dogs which received — ZIIZIir~ tto^ay 2 S^b?iS|S?^t 

the corporation would be approval of the House of i' " V ‘ hast A buHder niTSfeS to 

te control, because in the Commons on tbe same day as / - ; ,p. . •’- 3 paying a piovlneial saks tax on 

be answerable to the Canada’s constitution. But the ' ■ ■ - - \ ;:Vv^Am materials that b> to up 

act that lasted the first tte htwsre that S produce. anS 

B raised at the Financial “» « «» maitet His lawyer 

turice Strone, chief of u... . r.IBBKKXB may catiteod mat tte tax is 

rvrlnrmw n.^l oame equipped with aeoessories aneowtltutfcxial >««■*«»«— It is 

^ oonstitutim to sp^ as ww tnterpretatkm of te^Liaan- 

ite for the post of CDC oecasfan required, so long as ^ ^ Scetkm H of tte British 

Canada mould extot. A system America Act 

nes has been labelled as of eourts was aontemplated, the ' a A a 

younsis’ minds, and he juAcei at ^ Ad Shkimo may be ebaiged 

tdamic qualifications. But required In each case coming wiHi mitog a pn^r tear <xi 

administrator he is a fllM' r ’ 1HHWv9B^ Arette toe qQ the shore <g the 

the oanstttution meant. As C^e ^ Boottaa Peninsuto. He to hopeful 

’"^rr wpsotfitoS 

/ Ml / constitutkmal question of 

pensive hixuria or even TOt whoto p^ess, including J whriber tbe hu -tti« crttoance 

^tutlon, ^ ^ North-WiS^ Territories 

I regret among Power besJns to take farm when I 1 11 f / extends into these waters for If 

tnxqf irft to take up his ****?®^ ^**v *°™®***“’8 ^ .1 „ ^ ml'- -sm n° offence has been 

^ he does like. V fc#- I I v Sf committad. Tte judgment that 

Bfi* Strong’s handUne rf fedei^ g^rnment see s fl ^ i ^ ^ emerges may well beowne an 

Which British tolumbia opera- ^ Tifl/I/' SlT^come an auuSJStlve 

hands of the recipient ^j, lil-f I / declanUioo of international la)ws 

^ ^ong or someone^ which give. Parliament [^er 11 . .lO / I . of 

if the tnrposed new CDC, to make law. over searoast and // Im r'T “ ' * * * tte nattosi. many of them small, 

a corporation it win be a inland asterie. does not go so fl / I I , cramped, ill-lit and powly 

yooe who has rewiiPfhltig ter as to altowlt to^^trol the I , heated, there can be seen 

tte eternal ter of the eaanmg of satonon. Tbe law is ^ It . nxmng. day fa and day out, 18ee 

nnd htanself loaded with ^^^* 1 »! 5 SS 2 u rf^nada ^ ‘ * “®P«or of pUgrims on ttelr 

iwwwnto Drlces have Paritement of Cara a ^ ^dlHlflBl V - ^ Canterbury, litigants and 

vitation or exonxirlatinn oBempti to pam laws controll- Y *|| witnesses, accused and ac- 

vitatlon or expropriation ^ ^ •tonktog ^ K™ JjraiBBf *“<‘ 8 “ ““ 

I* mr u • H holds at j^SBi jf jurors and clerks and curious 

danger^ Parliament^ no power to do T|1T ^ spectatoni. all concerned 

a^ must be regarded a so unless tfrunkenness takes on \ m • with what Daniel Webster called 

nt’s growing list of actions »«* propoftiow as to create a j^gjAa ' '“‘e ereatest interest «f man on 

te enterprise. national emergency. . eartti." whieh Is bis pursuit of 

Alberta and Saskatchewan “justice.” 

^Om 0 *” ^ ^ justice in tbe courts, there have 

dewre a s tat^g ^ emerged signMkaDt develop- 

excHisfve right of the Par- mails and pragmatie ebaaget 

jM that ^ a holiday to pare laws oonstltutkxL The process 

tinkm Britons evew year ^ ... an seldom been heraktod by 

w of visitors from the ^ Alberta statute puip^ to ^ fanfare or hlazoMd in red 

^ compel a newspaper critical of headUnes. ’the right <d women 

Ha polictos. to pubtlsh govern- to sit in tbe Senate upon tte 

entury after the British “®“ ****®“"“ °* Natmr&$ Geometry same basis as men; the t%ht of 

n of the Nazi garrison or '! "*■*“*»*»**'* _ -Ftew w jw* teim ^ 

lerwey te teiSnSte ? - Mune termiaTwiSSIaiw; ite 

ing the Germans baA to *S«**ih! DtUeline: Europe ri|^»t of «ii persems. whatever 

jiiK unr viermans oacK lo nullity since It undermmeB th# ReUgfouB belief to dis- 

exiatonce of a free press upon _ _ in j^yic 

=an be e^ied to fouow | “ Today s Youth “n *’St: 

: w ★ ★ _ _ derive from judical decisions. 

I A 1 __ A Uontresl restaurateur wto By OTTO TvN HABWW JBO AAA 

k»ra and ^Innu memories has provided bail to certain of ^^ldER pe«^ complain a | AH this toads to tocrvuslng There have been changes in 
Bration, but the healing Jehovah’s Witnesses, objects to \J youth. They are alienrtkm. to false images due interpretation «f tbe rjmariom 

te reroarkaMe, e^ieciaily ttw premier of Quebec cuncell- nx only anoo}^ by its msjners to preooooeived ideas or fear, constitution from time to time, 

td practical folk as the teS liquor licence without of dressing and behavior — not Hence tte imperative necessity just as there have bsua 

lawful cause. Tte courts award remembering what we ourselves to try to see things as they in the meaning ot the American 

_ _ __ 5*1,WO In damage* against Mr. did in our times - 79 'but also really are. , constitution. Admittedly, these 

' Duplessis personally and de- frightened by the kllegrt snar- One will than find that much have been leu spectacular in 

dare hit action illegal and chist revolutionary mentality, which is commonly believed to Canads's topU history. But 
r'j-T TT imjiwtifiable. Much of this Is tte expression simply not true. Of oourse, changes ttiere will always be as 

I I / V Like tte myriad of marina <rf subconscious fear — tfie youth it oRwsed to many ways courts are required to examine 

/ j YY £ ^ organtoms iritase hard skeletons aiahiiity of tte eUers to oope of dder people and this to all and again, to the Il^t of 

collect In tte ooean to form vast with the young. right. Without this reaction times, tte smds whieh the 

coral strueturas. the cases that This state of mind Is due there would be no progress. But Fathers of Oxifederatkin 

fr pubttcmtiwi in whoU or ill ordinary people bring to the mainly to tte technical-on essentials the generations g, , constitution in 

sub/eefs of general mtoresf, eourts for adjudicatian often economic evolution and to tbe are much closer to each other stood for more than 

Mines, niMf be aemmpmmied result in something more than expansion of msss media. than to ccvtunonly aasumed. , hundred years — an extn- 

sddresa. Preference lefU be l‘>® settlement of a dispute or The modern way of life AAA ordinary arilfevement 1 n a 

I hrief. tte pasaini of a sentence. They divides people and generations. From this point of view the wrmdted by cata- 

create a multitude of principles. Tte word ’‘tte lone^ crowd” to French rwiew Paris Match tws change But It has not 

- - — many of which bear direcOy true. Large famUles dtoappear rendered a public aervice by unamended No less than 

u^ the interpretation and snd the job of the father - charging the polling oigoito.- ^ 

t!°'far.“ru rsi 

to at mentH they generate that ht^- Eduction to ^ *?i^e ^ts ^ te au^wn*^ to S^d^Sc statotory 


Natmre^$ Geometry 


Today’s Youth 


VIEWS 


To he cMUiderwf for pubUcmtUui in whole or in 
port, lefrers mnM be om aub/eefs of general Inferesl, 
and if signed with gen-nainee, siuaf 6e aceornganled 
bg wriUr^a name and addreee. freferenee will be 
gtoM to Umms ttaf are brief. 


products will do 80 and 90 miles COLIN GRAHAM, traffi 

y-, 1 - 11 ®” ‘"ur when this speed is Director, do some 

V^ommendable Ami wtmt M the i»e or An U*Uery of Greater Vietoifa *ituatlcMi. 

safety devices irtien the driver AAA 

Ctorde Hunter is to be com- to what to unsafe* Get him oft 

mended for coming out openly the road. PermanenUy. y e. ryw _ 

in support of the view that finiiv syatem is ridicu- Lfelt 1UIHS 

^nsdlans should stiffen their „Mn6. Parents, friends „ __ .... 

backbones and stop shaking in g,^ Bay Street is exceedingly busy 

their shoes every lime some meters will do the paying. during rmh hours and quite lyil 


uiucao .. panned u, jr.izaaa.} in nis oiue eenoo—i *1 is no iwiger gooo enough to at least durine toe nish K^ni* tney aewiou: uu» -~ 'T: T * 7 ^ -V Z J .—_» mawter. No domestic statutory 

know this IS personal wnity.- -refer vaguely, as Mr. Shaw as to the^ lighf ^ Hillaide^aiS *’*^*!’* life into a i^l. ?*h.l!!S I many. 7^** °P|y * [ means to amend have ever beer 

AH art to the world of people vehicles cmjying only one per^ <‘ 0 ®*. to "niulti-coiored splotches Quadra EvS if certain hour^ c““titotjoo such as tte Brittoh *■ “ ^"*“*** ^i!!! adopted. Yet ttie procea* of 

and galleries should express this son should be forbiddrei to town. meantogleM shapes and were not instituted and one was America Act which itself 2* ^ amendment by judicial decision 

diversity. A gallery to a learn- Rapid transit bure. are not the Pattern.” Public Ubrvies in prxSb^ ftSm^altag^ toft “ “«*t •**« has gone on for a hundred 

ing pl^. answer for people with many ®very city are fuU of books K te sL^ 2 ^ «*”’*- to L S'heS 1 * certain to continue 

Victoria to so Itetunate to parceb. Why not the Uttie explaining the highly structured cross L around the bi^ to *"•* B anything, its pace wffl be 

teve a protore galtoiy European bubble.<are for tem* phllowjphlc.lly »« bt 1 e ti^igh^aJTJten wten^in^thOM who sit In the ®Mhfre» _theto_l^e- i muchTc^rated S toe recent 

frilling its role m ‘tetos It seems to me we go rt aU|na^o*20ttM*ntury art. |to tev hTwould" te Cou*:^ « of Mr. Justice 

^ ^ ^ trouble to toatthc^ Who *° t‘>® Supreme 

7m?)' JUNIAuL DUras •"***■ ^ “ the toft tuni. That would ch^to tte polTSere^ (£!^ Court 0 # Canada. 

1159 teach Dr **"** *“™* manufacturers ■« toe Mies w^o will simply not eliminate any such holdups as tb* “?***^‘ .a ..a 00 longer undentood by itere measures drugs. AAA 

* * * allowed to advertise Iteir these books. occur every d». We hone bas been said and edueated ve>rs >an rw^-jh, nuaBiv* ■ttiriai .■ »«.»- As this country's foremost 

products wffl do 80 and 90 miles COLIN GRAHAM, the traffic authorities wffl soon '•tttten in recent yeare on the AAA ® pee eeM believe In »«toDrily on the ooostitutioo (te 

1..1 *" ^tir when this speed w Director, do something to relieve that P®.®** reform. The mass media, on Ite otter (Sod and -wnpefie 1 — 56 per “ the authco- of tiw deftaWve 

\^Oniindld[3.Dl6 And what to the uw pf An Laliery <rf Greeter Victnto. situatioii. the White Paper on tax tecoane tte greuiest ctoff peeteTitenaiid dtocl^ “ tb* subject) it can be 

r- u * - IK. devices when the driver AAA j F rAUvnmi r®*®'!'" ^stitutional reform ^ distorting narian parents. expected that te wffl exert a 

Ctorde Hunter is to be com- to what to unsafe* Get him off ' ^ CAMERON, has inspired scores of meetings ^ • What « aee to thus very persuasive influence upon the 

mended for coming out openly the road. PermanenUy. j r. rp 742 Umpuin St. end conferences between rep- !„ oj^er wmds what diffeivte brnn tte dreams of “Urt to interpret the British 

m support of ^ ^ew fflat syatem is rkiicu- l^Il 1 lUHS AAA resentatives toe Weral normal. Dtoorden and iefttoto or te fesri of eldert. North America Act not simply 

^nadlan shouil lUffen thrir jpuj ,|| ^ound. Parents, friends , u ^vemment and te ^vlnce^ protests receive thus more time Youth today li solid, realistic, as one amtmg many statutes, 

hackbtmes and stop shaking in and poor people late at the ^ AyT*. “'***®' than would be Justifledly theirs, far from the romanticism of but a? a constitution - a 

teir shoes every lime some meters wiU do the paying. ™*“ aoi quite IVlr. JVabllLuIl search has been for a foemula ^ handful of rowfflea over- exfremtou. It to ready to prooeas which has been com- 

Quebecker threatens to stop OUT OF TOWN. at most times of the day. __ to amend the constitulkm - one shadows tens of thousand, who assume responsibfflties. M1 s- pared to that of a ’‘growing 

accepting our handouto and puU * * * ’‘P _ *5! ^ acceptable to aU coMcientiouily. E x t r A glvii«s thiM are not jitotUed., on tree” - that will change in 

hb little marbles out of the * ♦ A u^le »e m^nst waits for a ^ “’® Koveroments of Canada, mtote have more to My than otaMldoci ttot te ^Mtiy appearance and alter in 

game -a w a A . ® ^ ^ * AAA moderetea. eqteotolly If teir nilli« ffmeretkn to ready to character with tbe years. 

Now if the Colootot would just A»*t toat thoroughfare where signal made by him in Vic- in the early UXto. Sir Oifford declarattoiw are wild. Ttey are fuBffl ita talk anl determined to It wffl not be in Ottawa’s 

atop spoiling readers’ bnakfasta u. *. j^^ta are just the ordinary Sifton made proposala for thiw frequentiy tavHed te teto- aee to ft that thoue wte will rentodelied Unkxi Station where 

with Nero Trudeau's publicity j|f, r B Shaw has been 8 ™®”' amber and red. The rea soo te P*^ amendii^ te fottoh North Vision debates, since tey en- tehe teir place tomorrow wffl Dominkxi-provtncial conferences 

pictures as he cavorts about in firfitine the rood firfit aealnat M«Mt mntnrtitt. tr-u-i to gro^g that toere la America Act by plebiscite. At Uven them. not find a world In shambles, are now stored aarei-aaDuallv 


Left Turns 


Quebecker threatens to stop 
accepting our handouta and pull 
hto little marbles out of the 

game 

Now if the Colootot would just 
atop spoiling readers' breakfasts 
with Nero Trudeau's publicity 


OUT OF TOWN. 


Bay Street is exceedingly busy 
during rwdi hours and quite 
busy at most times of the day. 
A line of tretttc is often held iq> I 
while one motorist waits for al 


J. F. CAMERON. 
742 Lampion St. 


Mr. Kashtan 


Modem Art 


Shaw has been 


^cturm as he cavorts about to fighu„g the good fight against Most motoriru who travel JSreid'Tfa'r^^ Ui2"ul! plebiscite. At Uven them 

hto comic opera act of pretend-modem art for nearly two there voice the complaint that . , , , * “* aiwit the same time Mr. 

^ ro Just love wotneo. H would decadw. accoidlng to my recol- there is no signal which holds Sde«S^!e tt ^cltertrie King suggMted th^ 

be another step to te right lectioo. Like te feet tff ui. he is oncoming traffic until those ft ‘ Pwliament should has^ the 

direction. entitled to hto opinion ....... It is fitting (hat this aoeech neht to ametiri the cnnstHiiiinii 

(Mrs.) GINNIE BEARDSLEY. si. i.tt.. »„ t.. 


540 View Rr^al Ave. 

AAA 


entiti^i tohto opw^n'- ;;;i=g\ m.;: te left”;;:; j; m^dTUito 

In hto letter to you he »«ve a chaiK* to do tet while te assent <rf the 

asto ni cbi n e n t at tbe Art Gal- in , .,u.h .. .t thi« .•__.x-.-... ... 


Negative Cycle 


From Tbe Ctoifurj Beraid .ment eventuaiJ 
Th; provincial govenunent fslprojeet p ro v es 


not nnd a world in shambles, are mw tta^ Mrei-annually 

as a special feature of our 
national life, tet tbe oowtitu- 
tion of Canada to likely to be 
V WXw changed. Rater it wffl te in tbe 

h i g h -c eiitoged, marble-lined 
ment ev entuall y U the pitot eourtroom where te nme 
project proves Its worth in judges of te Supreme Court of 


_ u_ Oreator VictarU't places such as at this man. degree of regfflarity difficult to about to increase the amount of operation over te next few Canada sit on aoDeals that te 

Meter Fines ce?;.?ce^^l^Jhffli: Government when It to to te worde^^Tf this detect to most other area, of money a selected group of monte n^ impoZt S 

U T ea ^ tkm Of iHdeniatla ptontbifi SJSL-I.!* ♦,“*? ifS *1”^ *‘f*^_®* •“®*‘ pMUameotaiy debate, sug- welfare recipiente may eem The great weakness of wel- eortodtutton wffl te fasbiowd 

by much publicized p^te^ ? **^**,1? “ ^anla, Huoga^, gestions for a means by whloh before their welfare paymenti fare in general to Its teodenoy They will te effected slowly 

ho think te new meter durge ™ __,j w. ®®Bay, there is • Qaahlng or evwt Russia where tbe (fauada’a constitution might Mb me reduced. to sap Indivkhmi incentive. In w4 .>.m ImDereentiNv Th«w 

ill penaHre the wrong people. JJJ" ,!!!^ ^ **!? *“* “'"Wh* •* independenae meam nended have been expreaS The aim of te pilot projret to some OUH. pMple ecnidtf wSimL ahoutmiinSicaliv^ 

Witt) so much^-aerve in te 2m/. 1** caiiQ> by federal leadere of aH partiM laudable. It te to give more temielvei as well or better off naScmsl necessity to^^S" to 

ores riow. by te time you ve ^ trfttieiM^ wor^, traffic has te red agalnrt tt. and in many eases death. including Mr. Ernest Lapointe, rnwiragement to people on re welfare than they would te if require ^ 

ond a clerk ^ l^e ^ We worjder why such lights It is weU for this man tet he Mr. R. B. Bennett, Mr, Loub welfare to get back to wortc. they were wotltbig. The more The material out of which 


■tore. riow. by te time you’ve traffto haste red agalnrt and in many casre death. including Mr. Ernest Lapointe, tnctairegement to people on ire welfare then they would te if require « 

found a clerk to ^ some We wonder why such lights It is weU for this man that he Mr. R. B. Bennett, Mr, Loub welfare to get back to wortt. 'they were wotltbig. The more The material out of which 

money, you re In t^l*-So no Mat have M^crated ^em ^ not placed on all _^ts on to to a country such as Canada St. U«ent, Messrs. Fulton and The pUn would allow recipi-lambltioua may feel caught in these change, are to te wi«u^ 
more shopping In M far me. That would s^ up and mi m a county where Favreau. and te present prime ante to earn up to 575 a week the welfare trap if they are will have teir origin in evere 

I in afraid, or my family I *„ coLh^T ^ " *’®“ “ “‘®'^ *» welfare tenalued economically when comer of Canada !vhere there 

Arwter thing. ^ three the night and a “meat wagon” dal Premiers L, A. Taschereau euteck. Tte i»resem limit is^they get jobs and try to ease are people^te d7 Ite 

more space m to^ untes tte ‘t 11^ teftm bring abb to make waiting on the curb. of Quebec. Angus Macdonald of *25. themselves off the welfare roUs. aomethte that sornebody has 

car manufacturer* mate 'fite battie for modem art was te turn by those waiting to do DOUGLAS W. WAIN. DCM., Nova Scotia,'and virtually every All those on welfare wffl getilt's a negative cycle tet needs done to tern. And 
■nailer machinre. Ha big «ma in all tb* major cretrM m. 182 Gorge Rd. W. man who nrev occupiea the te same ktod of encourage-lbresktog. the law will begin to move. 










SOCIETY 
OF B.C. 


ing, caametolosy oCend you? 
II you feel this way you will 
be Intereated to learn bow an 
Individual or family member- 
sUp can assure dli^lfled Gnal 
arransements at miniimun cost. 
We wW be pleased to send you 
further InlarmatlaD, wittiout ob- 
llgatloa, of course, 
i PLSA8E PUNT OOCPON 
I PLAIHLT OB PBONB I»014 


Name 


Address 


Canadian Parliamentary System Evolvine RapidL 


Battg ttiiiaBlat, victoria, B.C, Sunday. April 12, 1970 


Government by Crisis 
Now Thing of the Past 


“For month* I hoc* teU the immgo of M* iasffliiflM 
ices doing tonod domn and down . , . An InatUution ton- 
n«f ho buUt unUg* tht person who U prim* minUtor up- 
hotd* it mi alt timot.” 

—John Diotenbokor 

Bj FRASER KEIJ.Y 
Spedsi to the Colonist 

The Old Chief was speaking in the Commons on 
St. Patrick's day — during the budget debate — and 
his shafts were aimed at Prime Minister Trudeau’s 
“destruction" of pailiament 

It Ifl Irmlo that Jcdm Dtefenhaker, who did ao much to 
bring parliament Into diaretpeet by abusing Its purpose, should 
■till be Its best defender. He suCfen bow because Mb past has 
diminished hlj credibility; yet that speech was one oC the most 
rtftectlve exposures of the current weakening ct parlianjent 
delivered from the opposituD benches. 

Tbene hu been znudh loose m 

talk, and writing, recently 

is? (““1 their religions and 

drifting toward a presidential regions ) 

^stem, l^^liament hu Generally, the senior people 
b^t ^Ment, and the .round the prime mb^r 

^ iotelllgent utd 

The suggestion that Tru- competent Yet none of titem 

?. ^ wsponsibie to any 

sl*lA***u*»king to conaOtiiency. So they tend to 
destroy to protect deal in theoiy rather than 

his own privileged poeition is people 

exaggerated, If not downright iw, nuiy at least partially 

1 . . 1 explain the KMalled "heart. 

NewrtbeleM. parU^t Is ^ Trudeau, 

evolving fairly rapidly, the PeoplesvlUe Is not repre- 

pwer of the prime minister’s gented In the PMO. Tlie 

Planning and efficiency are 
and ^th these changes need there - and they were sorely 
scrutiny. needed — but the genuine 


A prime minister can view 
his office In at least two 
wi^: As an extension of 
himself and his role as a 
, broker and final decision, 
matter, or as a countervailing 
force to the civil service and 
a policy initiator. 

Both D iefenbaker and 
former prime minister Pear' 
son tended to the first view; 
cowequently, they had rela¬ 
tively imall staffs and they 
suffered from a lack of good 
advice and a lack of decisive, 
ness. 

Tbs Irudesu administration 
had tended toward tiie latter 
view: consequently, the gov¬ 
ernment Iqt crisis and sur¬ 
prise has become a thing of 
the past. (This is also in large 
measure attributable to the 
govemmenVa majority posl- 
tkm.) 

Trudeau has the largest 
staff in history, and the 
atwa^ hazy line between his 
(difioe and the privy council is 
even hazier, 

A * * 

With tilt exception of two or 
three cabinet ministers, and 
some of the prime minister's 
academic colleagues, the 
inner circle arouitd Trudeau 
consists of four men; Marc 
Lalonde, his main secretary; 
Gordon Bubertson, privy 
council secretary; Michael 
PitfiM, deputy secretary to 
the privy council, and Ivan 
Head, his legislative adviser. 

The first three are career 
civil servants — vdticb raises 
the question as to a^iether the 
prime m I n i ■ t e r's office 
(PMO) Is an extenstion of the 
traditional bureaucracy or a 
genuine countervailing force. 

Traditionally, there had 
been some demarcation — 
often more imagined than 
real ~ between toe PMO and 
' the privy council office 
(PCO). 

* ★ A 

But the fairly recent ap¬ 
pointment o t Pitfield as 
secretary to the powerful 
cabinet committee on plan¬ 
ning and priorities is raising 
questions In the minds of 
politicians and otiter senior 
civil servants. He is well 
known as a personal friend 
and confidant of the prime 
minister- But what does that 
^ to hla civil service "im¬ 
partiality?” 

There have been incidents 
in which otoer ministers and 
their aides have felt tots 
hybrid between the PHO and 
PCO has wielded too much 
power. The hybrid is personi¬ 
fied by, but not restricted to, 
Pitfield. 

A A * 

For example, during the 
foreign policy debate. Ex¬ 
ternal Affairs Minister Mit- 
chell Sharp was confronted in 
cabinet with a positkm p^wr 
drawn up by the hybrid, 
which be didn't even know 
existed. 

Trudeau has also used Head 
as his personal troubie- 
riuoter in much the same 
way tot president at the 
United States uses his special 
aosissarles. 

It was Head «too was sent 
by the prinM minister to 
Nigeria during the Blafran 
crisis. And the former Uni¬ 
versity ot Alberta professor is 
having a signlfioant input in 
the Government’s Arctic 
policy. 

But it ahould be remem¬ 
bered that unlike a president, 
m OanadiaB taBue mdBAAer is 
restricted In his cbcdce of 
caMnet ministers to elected 
mepibers of the Commons 


(and titeir religions and 
regkms.) 

Generally, the senior people 
around toe prime minister 
are dedicated, intelligent and 
competent Yet ncme of tium 
Is directly rearponslble to any 
constituency. So they tend to 
deal in theory rather than 
people. 

This may at least partially 
explain the so-called "heart, 
less” policies of Trudeau. 
PeoplesvlUe Is not repre¬ 
sented In toe PMO. The 
planning and efficiency are 
there — and they were sorely 
needed — but toe genuine 
"gut” response is lacktog. 

AAA 

The growth in power <rf the 
POO has coincided with a 
weakening of the traditional 
checks and balances. And 
that's u1)ere the worry Is. 

There are basic checks on a 
prin^ mtnixter; the media, 
the oroosltion, parliamentary 
rules, the cab^t and caucus, 
regimal dlfferencei in the 
nation, and the provincial 
premiers. 

Televlikai Is a powerful 
medium today, and toere can 
be BO doubt that Tnideau 
commaiKte a great advsintage 
over any ot hia chaDoigers. 
Hia tel^isioa presence pro¬ 
vides him with ready access 
to the people, regardless ot 
his performance in parlia¬ 
ment. 

AAA 

The opposition in the Ccon- 
mons suffers from a dreadful 
paucity of urbane, urban 
spokesmen who can challenge 
Trudeau and his government. 
Big-city Canada la repre¬ 
sented — witti few exceptions 
— by the Liberal back¬ 
benchers. 

Conservative leader Robert 
Stanfield has so far been 
unable to take full advantage 
of toe enormous discontent in 
the country and capture the 
imaglnatlcxi at poogie. 

The rules of tiie Cosnmcns 
can be used by the ofgtoeition 
to thwart the government — 
but only within limits. 

Trudeau is still tite benefl. 
ciaiy of the legacy cf the 
Pearaxi • Diefenbaker yean; 
the public mood will aimply 
not support anytolng that 


Tnidlean 


approaches a filibuster on the 
part of toe opposition. And 
tile parliamentary reforms 
achieved by tin government, 
It used, can limit cgipositiaD in 
any caae. 

It Is a fact that tiie prime 
minister must maintain a 
consensus in cabinet and hls 
own caucus or hls govern¬ 
ment win fan apart 

Yet In tola psirilanent, ao 
many MPs were elected on 
Trudeau's coat-tails — and so 
many are competing for 
Cabinet posts — that the 
prime minister can puA bis 
own views a good way 
without running Into signifi¬ 
cant opposlticn from his own 
ranks. 

AAA 

Even Trudeau could not 
afford to have too many 
senior ministers or membeni 
of the caucus resign on 
matters <rf principle. 

That leaves tiie last two 
checks — the provincial 
premieri and toe regnal 
differences — and tbeac an 
cloeely related. 

The five basic regions in 
Canada vary greatly In social, 
ecoooode and cuhoral terms. 
They are separated by vast 
b a rrien to undeistaDding 
whldi often cause downright 
boBtillty. They pose different 
political problems to a prime 
minister, and in doing so, 
almost fay definition, limit hls 
freedom to impose national 
policies. 

AAA 

There is some validity in 
toe argument that the meet 
effective check cm toe federal 
administraticn is not in 
Ottawa, but with the pro¬ 
vincial premieri. That, in 
Itself, can be harmful to the 
country. 

It moves the most Intense 
confiootation into the delicate 
area of national unity, 
titereby putting undue atrain 
on the very tobric of tiw 
nation. Somehow the focus 
should move back to partlt- 
ment. 

bi that St Patrick's day 
speech, Dlefenbeker ex- 


Diefenbaker 


pressed the concern ot many; 
"Parliaroent Is not show 
business ... 1 admire the 
capacity to answer questions 
In both languages which the 
prime minister posstases. But 
bow does he treat the 
members of this House? He 
snaps his fingers. Pariiament 
deserves bett» than that .. . 

AAA 

"1 used to watoh tbe prime 
minister wlttt the admiration 
I still have f(v him per- 
simally, but he does not 
understand pariiament. There 
is the trouble . <. While 
pretending to support parlia¬ 
ment, be contributes to its 
destrueticn . . 

Other members of tbe 
position argue that the prime 
minister expresses a genuine 
contempt for parliament ~ 
and they can build a fairly 
convindog ease. Trudeau's 
sup p or ter s counter with toe 
explanatioD: "He doesn't have 
contempt for parliament — 
Just the way it is used by 
some pec^le." 

That's a inetty fine distinc¬ 
tion: at toe very least tbe 
govenunent has displayed a 
certain lack cf understanllng 
or "feel'' for toe institution 
and tots, almost as much as 
oppositka tactics, contributes 
to its fnistnitlcn. 

AAA 

Perhaps that is part ot a 
Liberal tradition. None ot the 
last three party leaders 
('Trudeau, Peanon and St 
Laurent) were parliamenta¬ 
rians. There are few 
"creatures cf pariiament" in 
the present cabinet 

So there la a tendency to 
measure parliament in 
terms ot its efficiency in pass 
ing legislatkiD rather than as 
a limit m the executive or a 
guardian of individual rights, 
or a form for government by 
dlseuBslon. 

Tnideau realizes how easy 
and effective it is to go riitot 
over tbe head ot parUament, 
directly to the pet^Ie, via 
tatevidon. 

Nevertheless, parliament is 


Russians Make 
Chemical Caviar 


By MABt) DE VILUEBS, from Mmoow 

One of the small aunpensatlms ot life in 
the Soviet Union is. of cotme. the caviar. 
And 1 sit here topping thoughtfully into the 
stuff as I write. 

At least, it looks like caviar. It smells like 
caviar. It even tastes like caviar. The only 
thing is, it isn't caviar. 

What Is tt? A sort of chemical soup 
whipped up in a Moacow labontory. It's s 
bunch cf amiru adds, a few ttafaigs leaned 
from fibres, a bit of ookiring. and 
mlscellaDeaus chemicals made up into an 
aroma. Presto I Otviar. 

AAA 

I don’t want to go overboard about it and 
pretend to have a worid-wide scoop, but I 
lielieve I was the first reporter shepheided 
through the halls of tiie lutltute of Ozganic 
Chemistry to taste the stuff. 

It ans, In tact, a rare example of Soviet 
journalistic overidD: I asked to taate it and 
was given (bi addition) an unsought interview 
«dth one of the country’s most pr es tigious 
and elusive seienttsta, Acadamldan Alexandr 
Neemeyanov. 

The first time I tasted the new product 
was in tiw academician’s office. I thoueht 
then that it was a petty good bnttaticn. And 
Itttiirirnow mmmm! toatl was right 

A^ A A 

There are textural differences ... tiie 
■yntiwtic vertion doesn't pop delidously in 
toe mouth as the real thing does . .. but the 
taste and the smell and the appearanee are 
astoaishingly aeeurate. 

Anotiter proUem witii chenieg] caviar ts 
that R tunis a aieUy ooknr when itixm Juice 
is squeezed over it And R can't stand mm 
than modest heat without deterkvallBg into a 
goo. But the proUem, they say, can bs 
licked. I suspect they’ll do R. 


The artificial caviar Is ao far being 
marketed only in one Moscow store. Nearly 
500 pounds M it have been sold—vritfaout 
complaint 

It's brand name — Iskra — comes trosn 
the Russian words IskustVemiaya Ikra, 
meaning artificial caviar. Coineldentally, 
Sera meant Spark, and was the name of an 
early Bolshevik twwspaper founded by Lenin. 

AAA 

NesmeyiBov calls tite Iskra "an Illegiti¬ 
mate child at our r es earch," which Is devoted 
to more esoteclo chonlcal nx^entians. 

Be beUms that thm sjalhiislilaa ef toed 


Five Contest Seat 


Schreyer Vacated 


I contoaders, trem left, 

Vem Ebss (OsBsersaltve), 
no Belmer (lAeral), aad 
Douglas ftowtand (NDP). 

>~R0SE’S JEWELERS 


fataro, bath beenmo ef 9m aeeelerstlag 

pspoladaa leval ef tbs earth aad *-bs 

beBeves seleaee caa Improve oa aalare. la the 
caviar, for lialaace, they left oat eboiBBtcrol 
— teas a bealthter peodact 

ThouA tilt caviar is the fint product 
turned out by tbe chemisty institute fer 
public consuoHitioQ, tiwre are others on the 
wi^. Nenmeyanov feels the problems ef 
producing artificial meat have been over- 
come, and that potatoes and protaifrfortlfied 
spaghetti an otaning okng, too. 

AAA 

He clafans aB theae aitifidal goods ware 
dished up at the last meeting of the 
Presidium of the Academy of Setenoes — and 
nobody died. 

Bow they aoko the staS I dsa*t kaaw. 
They dM teO me, bat 1 dtial aa ders ta ad. To 
make the smeg ~ tbs part that tooehatted 
me Bseat — they expistacd toat paa beat ap 
the orlgtoal pi^act, trap the gasea eemlag 
off la a varaaiii, divlAo than Mo rtasaei, 
aad than aaolyse each claas la a gas 
iibrsinsbigiatih. Oaoa ysa’va dsae Aat yoa 
know (pnanaably) what toe ssaaB Is ando 
af, sa ysB eaa syatoesim It tnm tts ebe m teal 
rompoaeati. 


also changing In some more 
hopeful directions. 

A few months ago, the 
administration set up a series 
<R caucus committees to 
scrutinize legislation to be 
proposed to the House. Most 
ministers of any importance 
have made a real effort to cth 
cerate with these commit¬ 
tees. 

'Tbe research money re¬ 
cently granted to government 
backbenchers will enable 
them to play an even more 
effective rote in toe formula¬ 
tion of policy. 

Tbe danger in this develop¬ 
ment lies in the possibility 
that <mce tbe minister and bis 
caucus committee reach a 
basic agreement, the minister 
may insist ot full support 
wben the ‘bill in question 
moves before the all-party 
standing committee. 

AAA 

That would negate any 
progress in making these 
committees genuine investiga¬ 
tive bodies, free from undue 
partisanship. 

The standing committees 
hatre tended to assume their 
own corporate characters. 
Witit toe growth in number, 
and their spread all over 
ParUament Hill, decision, 
making may be becoming 
more decentralized. ' 

The essence of respcsisible 
govenunent is the tut that 
tbe cabinet should be respon¬ 
sible to tbe House of Com¬ 
mons, which in turn is 
respcaiaible to the people. But 
to a large degree tbe reverse 
Is hai^iening. 

AAA 

The government Is control¬ 
ling the House, and the House 
is finding it increasingly 
difficult to scrutinize govern¬ 
ment spending and legislation. 

The changes which are 
affecting parliament will 
escalate when television is 
finally permitted In the 
C^xnawns. 

For example, government 
backbenchers will certainly 
not be satisfied with the 
question period as It now 
stands — as an opposition 
field day. Because of the 
technical difficulties of focus¬ 
ing dramatic pictures in tiie 
huge oomnxHis chambers, 
business there will likely 
speed up. 

AAA 

But business in the standing 
emnmittees — which are 
■irmiw and have a court- 
nxun aspect abexit them — 
wiU stow down. 

Nevertfaeless, tiw overaU 
effect <d televisloD should be 
to redireot the interest of tiie 
natloo to parUament and its 
committees, making tbe 
whede institution once again 
retevant to the people it 
represents. 


By DERIK HODGSON 
From Wtaulpeg 

Salldric omstituency is the 
heartland New Democratic 
Party strength in Manitoba 
and tts 53,400 eligible voters 
got to toe polls tomorrow to 
elect a member at parUament 
in s byeleetion. 

The federal seat was left 
vacant when Ed Schreyer 
resigned to take over the 
helm of the provlnclai New 
Democrats. Weeks after his 
return to provincial politics, 
he became premier of Mani¬ 
toba. 

AAA 

Tbe NDP’s Doug Rowland 
is tiw heir apparent to toe 
vacant federal seat. Rowland,, 
at 29, has soUd credentials 
withm hls party but at the 
outset faced toe problem of 
being a relative unknown In 
the ocpnstituency. 

A former assistant to 
national NDP Leader T. C. 
Douglas in Ottawa and 
Schreyer’s right hand man In 
Manitoba, he has a firm 
k n o wledge of behlnd-toe- 
sceiies politics but is a 
Qedgling on the platfc^m. 

AAA 

Both Manitoba and Western 
political observers look on the 
byeleetlon as something of ■ 
political barometer. 

It's the first Western test 
for toe Uberal Party since 
the 1968 general election. Tbe 
byelectkm also has elements 
of test for Schryer's pc^lariy 
since he became premier. 


Tbe Liberal Party has 
pinned tts hopes on PhU 
Reimer, a 29.year<Ud former 
sportscaster. Reimer baa the 
advantage ot being relatively 
well known in the con¬ 
stituency tram his TV days. 

Vera Enns Is carrying tiw 
Conservative Party colon and 
has put together a rougb- 
tnu^ campaign that has at 
times rocked her male oppo¬ 
nents. The 42-yeanold Mrs. 
Enns is the mother of four 
children and wife of former 
Portage-Neep^a MP SI g 
Enns. 

The two other candidates 
are Robert Luinlng, a 40-year- 
old businessman from Selkirk 
who is naming as the Social 
Credit candidate, and Travis 
I. Fitch, an independent. 


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Midwest Rustler Market 


HELENA, Mont. (AP) —that on-the-spot butchertn^ 
RusUen in Montana and other make up only a minor portion ot 
western states are lindinc mid- the losses. The major share, he 
watt markets convenlant places said, is through "big move- 
to dispose of atolen cattle with ments by professionals/' often 
no questicma aaked, aays Bill elaberatfly planned. 

Oieiiay. execu^ <«cer of tte similar rwtllng operations 


Oieney said reperesentaOvesiKan.. April 28 with methods of 
require auch in-i curbing thefts among top itema 


jspecttona will im^ in Salina,|for consideration 


HAIRDRESSER 


1 Cheney said "professional 
rustlers" load trucks with 
cattle, transport them to the 
Midwest and grab thousands of, 
dollar in qidck pnjfita. Tbe 
ultimate destination of moat 
catfle atolsfi bi Moatana. ht' 
saM, la Mlnnasota, Iowa, lui-. 
rada, Ifiaaourl or SWai rn d n . 

Maffeats In those states, be 
said, leoeraily do not raqulra 
proof of owBsrabip from aeUen. 
VALCB CiM,aaa 
Sinoa last July 1, more dian 
700 esttla have bsen reported 
stolon In Montana witfi g 
mariiot vahM totalliog about ■ 
liao,Qao. Omy aaU. ■ 

"Wo’re lucky U 50 par cant of _ 
the loaaaa art rtpormd,” 
ciianiy nM, **00 the aotud * 
vahN the stolen animals b ■ 
priitebly alooer to 1350,000 to ■ 
5300,00l.” j 

Ho atod iBvoatlfatiaaa mdloata 


•y UBBT YOUNG 

BuBlMoa Siltor 

A Now Yolh eeonomlft with 
tha toveatmeot flrm of Dcla- 
fltld ond Delafleld aayi tho 
loaotBlBg «f tbs moral fibre 
sines toe war b just as much 
the eauoe of the inaent 
attad of toOibian as are tha 
traditkmal ooottomics ol thb 
type of social disorders. 

He says H goes beyoctd toe 
nver-eapanakn of credit that 
gives toe inflation spiral a 
self-feeding aod accelerating 
moments. 

"It began with the fad of 
psychiatry and tha practice of 
spoiUng dftOdren by deasdng 
them nothing for fear of 
giving tocm frustratian com¬ 
plexes. 

SEEK VIOLENCE 

'"ihoM apollod dhUdren 
have beeom apoUad toen- 
agerg and ynuhi aduMa wMi a 
violant roaontmoBt of 
discipBaa and a datonBlnatkm 
to vkilaiiee. 

"Sailed with a luilt 

complos. the old pee-war 
generation haa been btiln- 

washed into agreeing it has 
made a mesa of toe wwld, 
and this ow a life span 


iWyominf, Nebraska. Kansas, 
Oklahoma. Colorado and Ari¬ 
zona, he said. 

Because these states have 
brand inspection requirements, 
ho addad, eotUo atoiop thore 


whkh haa la toot navar boon parents would applaud him 
matofaed in hbtary, far toeh- If tt^ dared 
Bokffloo]. material and nwlal 
progras. 

MEM MAM 

"If we have made a meas, 

it is In acquiescing In a 
ccanplete inversion of moral 
standards and being brow¬ 
beaten by youth into accept¬ 
ing toe the^ the old way of 
life wag w i ong - 

"We are being asked to 
embrace the new etolcs 
featuring loose sex morab. 
drug addiction, sloppy droaa 
and paroonal uneloanlinass 
... and ahotw all an averrion 
to constructive work. 

"These things are all part 
of toe anatomy of our infla¬ 
tion, but eoQMmbti camet 
proipam thorn Into their 
oomputera and meaaurt thdr 
dollar significance." 

The oeonombt efaaoo hr 
advising hb readers not to 
look far a quick end to 
inflation. It will not bo halted, 
bo elaimi, without a 
raceaalDn, and a aewora rooca- 
■fan it Ukoly to bo "deltbar- 
ately delayod in (be VS. until 
after toe November aloe- 
tioaa." 

I reokon quite a lot of 


Wanted, Experienced Hairdresser for Downtown 
Salon. Top wages and bonus for right operator. 

VICTTOBIA PUSS, BOX 250 


If this b not done, there Is 
the danger toe Canadian 
dollar may go over b ex¬ 
change peg, putting pressure 
on Canada to "revalue" Its 
currency, a step whfah In tha 
present period of high 
employment aoemt hardly 
desirable. 


WEUNVOOD DimEBlirr 

Wedhvood of GoBodo says 
in lb annual report Just 
published it Is different from 
other major forest product 
firms In Canada. 

It explains it is the only one 
with extensive timber hold¬ 
ings and limber and pl y w ood 
mamdaeturing facilWes In 
both western and eastern 
Canada. 

"ThU, we feel, fives ua a 
dbttnet advantage from the 
maHtotlng standpoint.’* aays 
the Weldwood report. 


TREES imiDU) ITAT 

I have A oomplalBt from a 
reader who aalb ua to protest 
against tho pnponi that B.C. 
Hydro should out o awath 
through tha trcoa ir St. 
FrafKls natural park to run 
Its new higb-wltBgt Ifac into 
Victoria. 

"The trooB la St Yrancb 
Park are owy btt ta magni¬ 
ficent as those In O^wdral 
Grove. It would bo a erime to 
cut them down." 

We agrot. 


TOWNHOUSES 


TIME FOB RATE DROP 

Now that the government of 
Canada b being aUo to 
harrow on toroe and ite- 
month bllb at baa than 7 per 
cent, many buatnaaa poopte 
feel It b Imporattee toe 
chartered banka should gM 
cracking and reduet their 
preient Sb-per-cent prime 
lending rate. 

Last week the Governmont 
horrowsd tlW.000.000 on a 
three-monto term at 8.17 par 
cent and IS8.OtQ.QClO on ois 
months at 6.82 par cant, both 
well below toe previous 
week's yields of 7.01 per cent 
and i-is per cant, reapec- 
tlvsly. 

Yat most hoBfc barrawom 
ara paying 8 to 9^ per aent 
fee demand loana. and «aily 
toe few prfma oommemlal 
aocounb rate the HA-par-cant 
prime rate. 

Tha investment industry 
and (heae in the mcmey 
market balieve the spread 
botwoeij the money market 
rates and the bank ratas haa 
grown to a ridlouloua dtgree. 
A 3»p er ^ant dlffenenoa b 
excessiva tostwean g o v a r n- 
ment and private borrowing 
rtttt. 

“The banka ware quick 
enough to raise toeir rates 
when money ooats w«ra 
advanoing, but thay ana shear¬ 
ing no‘anxiety to get them¬ 
selves into line now that to* 
process has changed," aald 
one looal invaatmont auui. 

Another impmtent factor 
favoring easier borrowing 
latos b tha aiaa of Canada's 
international reserves, tmw 
running at about $3 6 billion. 
UP IS bDlion from the begin- 
itog of the year. 

A hi^ level of reserves is 
traditionally toe sign for 
iBtaraat rate to drop and so 


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tenni to Miit jar pencatl nmSnswWi 
Iave«]fKi« ib« nodwx niiaSrmliaisi mmi* to 


OENTENMIAL IMNNBR 
The vfatoria kriBch of 
Mutual Lite of Canada is to 
htrfd a centennial dinner In 
toe Union Cub csi A;«il 15. It 
will be attended by O. A. 
Poet, the oompaJiy'i vice- 
president of eorporate aer^ 
vioea. 

Mutual is the second oldest 
life insurance company Is 

Canada 


tro, PDRCKBI 

STVABI DKVELfXeMEim UBK 


HAS ARHIVED IN M. 

nor a aman fa e tm l et 11.881 yag grg^ M A 

mUnnxn et lU.OOO a year. 

BE} TOUB OWN BOSS! 

take: thb bio step 

AND SEE FOB TOTTBSELF 

All aiqulriea baatod enfideallally. rraaohlaM apaa 
■U over B.C. For more iDfeitDaOoa rapiy fa FOGO, 
Victoria Press. Boa M. 


Science Finds 
Oil Bonanza 
In Trash Pile 


B.O. HYDRO ANSWERS 

B.C. Hydro hat answered 
one of the questions that 
w o r ry many of Ha eleetrte 
cuatomers in Its rec e nt book¬ 
let A Utili^ In An Expanding 
EcciMxny. 

The question b — why do 
B.C. Hydro customers have to 
pay h^her electric rates than 
to^ who teqr power In 
Seattle or W inning ? 

Seattie City Ufht haa 880 
mllaa of tranambafan Unea 
and 2.500 milefl of dbtributfan 
line to oerve 280,000 coa- 
tomera In UO square nriles. 
B.C. Hydro has 7,008 mOes of 
tranambifaa 11 a d a, U.OOO 
mllaa «f dlabibution Haas 
a a rvlec 60,000 euatoraara 
s{K«ad ever touch B.C. 
Seattle also obtaim 100.000 bw 
of aubaidisad alaelrieity from 
BoRneviUa. 

B.C. Hydro aaya tha kiwar 
Winnipeg rates are due to 
that city's low annual ela»- 
trielty growth factor and Ha 
well Mtabliohed built-up aar- 
vke area. Aba Wlnaipag has 
favoraUa power aitei on Oie 
Winnipeg River where the 
powvr atatlona were built 
mere than 00 yeaia ago whan 


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WASHINGTON (U PI ) . 

Govammeat reetandwra hav 
■truok oil In toe gaibege tfaap. 

Department have been sifting fa oil, amounted to cniy about 
“■■■'r*'- and traah ena-Cento of 1 p« oent In the 


DUniX-DIREOT FROM BUUER 


Thb b very valuable land. 
Gently slopkig to dw water- 
feont. 

PriM SH,M9 (Tmu) 

len wbxoht 
$82*2101. Sen. 470-2188 
Harry Foster 


than moat natuiai oOs. Sulfur, 
Sclentbta at the U,S. Interior fat pitodpal poUuttag eleaient 




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rir ikifasarii a| Brir Ava. ^ fWtew 1^ 8^) 

We have just completed thb very afmatfva Itbafarnm 
dupltot which has baloonlto comweted to front bedrocana 
oy i^aM doors which provide a nice dbfant view. 

1WI DUnSR HAO DBPINITELT BERN PRKBD TO 
8RU. TVU WEEKEND e4C OfhA 

We have ofaera nearing oampletioa for nb in thb aiaa. 
(9 Families can buy a duplex Jointly—gtvfag eatfa 
a beautiful home at low cwt.) 

CHARLES NORRIS . , . SM-eiM ... la ittiafti- i 


through garbage and 
getting rid of the botfiaa and garbage, 
e^. Wh« hava a ton of nitrogen content of the 

nibbish-haaad oil runs to 2 to 3 
are able to extract about TH p,Bt, wfaleb b too high for 
gallw of oU. - refining into gaaoline. toe In- 

t^rtor Department aaid. 

carbon moaootkle and atoam at 

480 degtees under preasure of 9®WAQB BLUDGE 

1,500 pounds par aquara Inah. Tha prooadura also woria on 

FIRST CHANGES sewage sludge and wood 


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lalin floliRifst. Victoria, B.C., Sunday, April 12, 1979 


Burning Perils Increase 


By RABAT TOVKG 


the danger of lead perfaoning. 
Manufacturers alto must 
ensure ttiat tba fumes given 
off by tbe lei^free gwoline 
do Dot over^oUute ttie atmos> 
pbera with emistiont besvy in 
carboo monoxide, hydro- 
ctrbont and oxidea of ^tro- 
sen. 

In Victoria we are fairiy 
luolqr in tbat tha number of 
BUtomobllaa on tha roads 
rarely creates loig lines of 
idling cars. But there are 
many other areas, such as the 
Lkns Gate bridge approaches 
in Vancouver, where the ear 
oommuters d^Iy iidials large 
quantltlat «t fouled air every 
tima foay stand bumper to 
bumper in traffio lanes. 

EMISSIONS XJnBAL 

The emBsions from an 
Idlbif engine are mere lethal 
than s^n the cagtne le 
qper e ttBg at s peed, thus 
ensuring more efflcloit com- 
bustkn. 

Petroleum Pieai Serriee In 
its March Issua wys that aa 
some U.S. manufoctuiem are 
already prepared to produce 
1971 cars that will use laad- 
I'"'* fuel, the onus Is now 
nu nly on the oil indmtry to 
ensure that there win be an 
adequate supply of lead-tree 
gasoline. 

‘Hie maipzbM tays there Is 
only one oompany producing 
Ugh quality leadiess fuel 
(Standard Indiana) and the 
product sells at two or three 
cents above the leaded pre¬ 
mium gasolines. 

Leaded gasolines normally 


have a five per cent higher 
oetene count than the non- 
leaded gasolines, whl<^ 
means foat the latter are not 
effective on foe modem blgb- 
compression engines now in 
geneni use. 

OCTANE HIQHEB 

Ihe motorist will therefore 
have to face higher gasoline 
costs for the unleaded product 
that will not necessarily give 
him any better results. 

However, by eliminating 
lead foe refining companies 
would have to increase the 
oleftn eontent o( their gaao 
lines (to make up for the 
lead) and as tbase, accorfoag 
to Petroleum Frees Servioe, 
heve a high pboto-chendoal 
smog KBctlvity, foe new 
gasoline could exacerbate the 
atmospheric problem to warm 
olimata. 

bemedt worse 

In other words, foe remedy 
might be worse than foe 

dlaeese. 

Oil nun are folnklng deeply 
about foes# things. The state¬ 
ment of Texaco's president, 
Marion J. Epley. font it win 


between $5,000,000,000 lead is perhaps a problem bul 
and K,000,000,000 to match cost is not a life w death 
current octane levels without coooem of the general public. 


The oil and automobile 
indusbries have currently be¬ 
come the focal point of 
government war on air pcdlu- 
tiOD, but foe public Is be¬ 
fogged over just bow much 
danger it faces. 

How great is foe peril of 
fum* BiwiaBinw from iutemal 
combustioo engines? And bow 
much increase can be 
accepted into the biosphere 
without eerloualy upsetting 
the baianoe nature? 

llwse questicDi trice on 
added uigncy ae a rbuB of 
mnarita fay foa presideBt of 
Standi^ Oil dt Indiana that 
foo demand fta’ oil is growing 
so fHt that unless great new 
dlsoovarlaa are mada foa 
woiid trill socm nm sbert cf 
reservaa. 

PEBSPEOnVE 

WhaC John S w e ar ing e o 
of Standard aaid In 

Uantreal reoendy, may not 
be nows, taut It brtop into 
sharp pe rap ect iv a foe poesl- 
bilities of what may happen 
as aB this oil la burnt Into foa 
air in which we Uvt. 

The Canadian Imperial 
Bank of Commerce in Its 
most r e 0 e n t commarctol 
letter dealing with poDutioc, 
•ayi “Tha raUance of modem 
technology upon the combus¬ 
tion of fossil fuels (oils) has 
brou^t a 10 per cent Increase 
in atmoaj^ric caibon dioxide 
over foe past oantury. With 
Increased rates of combustian 
this eotdd riM to 25 per cent 
by 1980.” 

This could ban a serlooa 
eOact on fos worid's weather, 
foe bank's newsletter points 
out. fflraadr tbe greenhouse 
effect of carbon dioodde in foa 
air baa reduced earth tem- 
peraturea by about half a 
degree since 1940. A c<»ttinuB* 
tloo (d this oouid bring — 
very shortly — a new ice age 
and obliteration of society as 
we know It 

JETPl^NE 

The newBlatter adds that a 
jet plane at over 20,000 feet 
releases a pound and a 
quarter of water for every 
pound of jet fuel M bunui. The 
jet Is Mamed fv causing 
increased doudioeas in many 
parts cd tbe world — all part 
of foe possible cooling pro¬ 
cess. 

Yat efosr biologitts say air 
poitutloB wlQ oause foa world 
to bacocne toe hot to prevent 
eventual ftoodlng by tbe melt¬ 
ing of polar ice. 

Layman are confused. Most 
<jt us ara aware of visible 
emlsskms, such as smoke, 
whiia unseen pollutants, such 
as emissions frocn internal 
oombuitiaB engines are prob¬ 
ably doing us more harm. But 
we dcB’t realty know. 

MEET '■wa.ir.AT 

To meet foe unseen threat 
of overloadfog tbe atmosphere 
with carbon dioxide, various 
govenusents, including the 
United States. Japanese, 
Iwias and Swedish, have 
ordered sharp reductiOBS to 
the amount ^ lead used to 
gasolines. Auto maken have 
beeB told to Improve on their 
combuatko systems to ensure 
foat their engtoes become as 
clear cd emistioD as is 
possible. 

The Japanese, who have a 
severe pi^iulatian density 
protdem, are going further 
than most By August all cars 
MW or old — will bave to 
cany an approved emieaion- 
control system, of which 
three have been approved 
(one o( them Canadian). 

As a result, both automcMa 
makers and gasoUoe peW' 
ducers must make massive 
changes to their procedures. 

It is not efwu^ to reduce 


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in a law offiec in Vtotoria; 
use d telephofie by exten¬ 
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ply, and when avaliabla to 

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Worn AP 

Wildcat atrikes continued to 
disrupt trucking, railroads and 
airlines Saturday. 

Teacher strikes in Mtene- < 
apolis and two smaller eklai| 
remained ixutettled. 

In Chicago, trucking con- 
panies countered jwitb a lockout 
against 85,000 drivers as the 
Teamaten UniOB foreatanad a 
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tm-ia lONiE mjoQ^-nt post st. 


Monday. The 
union said it had signed up a 
number of Chicago firms to 
individual craitraets ealling for 
tl.tf to wage hlkas ovar three 
yean. 95 cants owr the pandlng 
national agreement 
In Pittsburgh, the U.S. Steel 
Oorp. sought a federal injunc¬ 
tion against a six-day strike by 
tadepcodtnt steel haulers, sey-i 
tog It could force layoff of, 
foausanda of plant workers. 

The “sick out” by air traffic 
ocntndlers, now in Its 18th day, 
reported easily to most 
cities, but continued to force to 
New York. The control centre 
GB Long Island reported 99 of 
1ST men reported slek Saturday. 
In Minneapolis, 2,200 public 


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• AHOdated Credit ftireaui of America 


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AppUcalkBi fren aasUM partem (a «Mar tha pUotasa fervtea Id the 
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Tranapott, candtiteal oi tha apbUesM balnf sbla to paw aa tamataMllen 
oa plkUsa and ralaM o^JaMa 


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OCALinCATlONS BBQUQBD 

Applicants mrt ba CanadlaB rttlMaa ratidant hi Canaila. ImIbilu tba 
asei SO and n, the fllUath Urthdar ImWc the ■ajdawa aw BwS |gr 
tbe grant ln t of a iBciri tiMee, ot Band daraetar asri bahlta. and «rttb 
a SDDd lacord td arvlct at »ai be wiuiaf to aSarto ■ mcdlcai 
eianUnatlm te detertatoa Ut mental and phrSca] snaw to pertnrra tbs 
iWlat to a idtoL 

A cmt i fliMt a to eoniBataMT endoraei te ntoar iteriBloa el a crade nto 
tone Utan Ua^r, Tos Boot TraAB, wftb pnW to to ItoJt teee yaan* 
torrtoa aa Haste, w not >«■ tban mt jmtTt tow tea as Mater asd, 
te a peetoO eawd to net lea ttkan Mw tha asaSw M nManu hr tetei 
t>d>W-te maAe Matos tba nuiabw ot ractohi tor v aS as « MaMW 
atitra tet panto U ta ad |a) aa a Oilel QH u w, w aa a Itfto 
Mala oe a vemi l at iuh ad hr tha Otxeda MppMc Act to imnry a 
atoUflto Mata, iHi awtoa to be iwteii ito on a etaato enwsto to tba 
eoaitol tatoSa to tellW CDktebla. tOvtiaenta to Cunip a to n Ly and taMl- 
notoato anto nto acoenfuy appilealton). 


'Scrvli« Victoria Since 1900' 


Down Payment, Balance 


of Five or More Teara 


I A Strike by about 200 editarial 
workers closed down the Boston 
jlleeord Americaa. New Eng* 


FOB APPOINTMENT PHONE FRANK 
KEOGH EEIWEDf 9 and 4 at SM-XlOO 


laad’i laiiett dafly. 

Other tmioBS honored picket 
lines of the AFL-<3D American 
P e deration of Newswriteri, 
Jteportera and Editorial Woik- 
en, preventing publication of 
for Sund«y paper. 

In New York there was 
speculation that The Tim« 


Tirieris’s rrudk Salee leadre" 


Mon. - Than. - Fri. 


Applioallrata te namlnallcin muto ba to tba teitoa at tha aigtanal 
Sapcrlntcndant. Pllalaac. Weteni. radwal Mltea BC. not 

tolar ttaaa Jm I, ISN. Aa —■.i.MriM. wu kb htol m or abaui Jana 
m im to tealtotelM ae toitoUa Hat Baei «bMk <aban BKaswry. 

amnlntmenli to probationary pllota te tha Diteiel trill ba snMa. 


DEPABTBfENT OF TRANSPORT 
Vancoaver, B.C. 


YORKSHIRE TRUST COMPANY 
APPOINTMENTS 


UNDEB OONSTBCOnON 


27 Apartments 


OFFICE SPACE 

HUltode-sbelbevno Area 
eiaiM*. lMaq.tL 
Pboee SSZtoBIt 


Due to expanakn and re-<xBBafowtka. we are seeking 
appiicaiMs for foe IbHowkig eareer iSMUkiH: 

Assistaflf PtiMRMl iaHagM^Tahali, iX. 

This is a real opportwlty tor a man who hH a Fbrest 
Industry faatAgraiBid, ideally tat a Sawmill Perstmnel De¬ 
partment. 

He will be concerned with; 

— accidoit prevention program 

— manpower placement 

— supHviwon of service facilities 

— a&atsting fo labour relaUona 
adminlMiatfaa 

This positfaxi has much to oOrr to a man who is abfo lo 
perfonn eOecUvely and enfouaiastleally. 

MILLWRIfiHT SUPERVISOR-TAIISISp EA 

We have expnnded our Sawmill Maintenance Department 
at Ttela. B.C, and. now requite an addttinnal MUlwiii^ 
auparviaor. 

Ttuf la an Ideal sttuatian tof a man with a aoUd Sawmll 


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Vteyl Fltera KMchee mi 4 BaOireera ~ Oeatral Locaftoa 
a^ftog Neartiy — Dowstown TraaspertaUea alaaB 


MACON, Qa. (AP) >- Rev. 
Perot Fiero Is a Roman 
Cafooltc pritet who fights 
fires on foe side. 

“Everyone is entitled to a 
hobby and mine is fitting 
fires," he says. “It’s cheaper 
than golf and it keeps me in 


Mai Mtmm oa bacfcgcuund, priiMpa as a Mflhniifat or 

'^1fDYEil-4AWIIU.L E|VIPIIEn tid 
MATEMAI^VUeOllfElt, EC. 

Basically, his duties wOI «nalat of: 

L Avchasinc and expediOng mill wppllei. 

2. Preportog price bimirics and negotiating major 
■upidy items. 

3. Keqxng ntiO pteavxiri kdurowd of alternnBve 
supples and equipment 

Thia Patton requires a man with a poriUve approach, 
Initiative and effective conanunionfore dAtire. 

jilioi issisTUT-AoeomiRa 

FOR WEST €0«n OPERATIORS 

btlal posting — Vancouver Office 
foittal pasting—Vanreuver OSca 

ing in dvRta asoounting routines, to- prep ar e tam Iv 
transfer to field operations. MambcRhfo in /C.G.A. 
would be an asset. 

We offer reallattc starting salaries, foil benefit plans and 


The priest, 43. la the city's 
only trained vultmf* fire¬ 
man. He was reared Id 
F lowertoD, Pa., where "every 
kid In the oei^borhOod 
wanted to be a firanan" and 
hia mother was a fire buff. 


Stephen C. Ifytn 


CALL 


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MR. FRANK D. TREBELL. President of Yorkriiire 
Trust Company, la pleased to anncHtnne tbe at^iolnt- 
ments of Mr. Maurice A. Tunier as Assistant Branch 
Manager, and. Mr. Steptm C. Myers as Manager cf 
IVuat Servioea. Me. Turner and Mr. Myers are fully 
accredited Trust and Investment Officers. 


MR. TURNER is a native of Victoria, and graduated 
from foa Uifonnity irf Victoria In 19M with a Bachetor 
of Alla degree. In 19S9, Mr. Turner achieved tile dis- 
tinettoB of eandng the second hi^iest graduation avenge 
iqMB onmpietkio of the four year Trust (kmpantes Aa* 
Bociation ot Canada course through Queen’s University, 
Kingston. 


Oivtefa, ViniiwFif, B.a 

Mini; kiciiide ^a tem r^uiaann slafoH, flood firoquaney 

iHTDBuLWIIILi determlnatkins, unit bydrograph analysla and related ixojeett. 

(^M lWIcafl aBa; UM v—tty p w du a ih n. OvB Eogiaoartog or 
eligibility hr regtetriflf as a profotilanal oigfneer tn a 

□ B||UU provinelal or iiiiflroM Mociation. Several yean dlreetly 
. related hydiolo^cal to^refence Poritfon bKlaoen woA 

■■nrlCfl rieetronic cemputen. 

•f Apply betore APBIL 91, 107# an P80 ^rak ail*4ll. nenfoaHO 
ri NoMe florvlee OMOOlMtoB «r PsaS OOtea. lo tfla IRMk 
WMOU gervtoe n—lreliw. Mi - fiK Tbnriew Bteeet, VaMonver t. 


MR. MYERS is a graduate of Northwestern Univeratty, 
Evanaton, BIIboIs, having eanied his degree tat Buriiwei 
Admtnetr atk xi. Foilowkit gradnation. Mr. Hyere l o uelv od 
hb extensive backgroml in truto adminlan^tai ttnugh 
a bngfoy asaoolatlon with tbe State Bank A Truot Ooeae 
puy, Chicago, Illinois. 




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^ fiailnflobmtlt. Victoria, B C., Sunday, April ]2, 1970 


cannot wait for 
the rest of the world 
to realize the great 
dangers in the Arctic, 
so weWe acted and we 
hope intemationBl 
Igw will catch up.’’ 



Closer Latin America Tie Likely 


Sharp 


O TTAWA (CP)—Ejcternal 
Aftura M i n 1 1 1 e r Mltcbell 
Sharp says he supports the 
idea of iategratton of ti)e 
external affairs department 
and the trade and commerce 
department. 

* ★ « 

Sharp aald in on interview 
on the CIV puMk affairs 
program Queatlon Period tttat 
a ^>ecial study has recom¬ 
mended to tha eaainet “a 


movesnent towards Integra- 
ticMi that I auport." 

The interview was taped for 
release today. 

* * * 

He said the report is part of 
the foreign policy review 
under way by the govern¬ 
ment. 

Sharp eaid Canada Ukedy will 
“move towards doaer rela- 
tionrtiipa, if not by mem- 
berefaip la the Organizatian of 


American States, although 
this U sUU unsatUed, but at 
least with some of the 
organizations that form part” 
of the Latin American acene. 
* * « 

He said the American pro¬ 
test against Canada's de- 
to estaUiah a 12-mile limit 
around the Arctic islands is to 
be expected from a seagoing 
nation but unilateral Canadian 
actioQ was itecaaaary to 


tect the Arctic when efforts to 
get an intemationa] anti- 
polKitlon agreement failed- 
“We cannot wait for the 
rest of the World to realize 
die great dangers in Ute 
Arctic, BO we've acted and we 
hope intemati<mal law will 
catch up." 

* * * 

Canada hasn’t been able to 
seek a Joint agreement with 
the U.S., however, beeause 


“that would mean an admit- 
Bion that we don't have 
sovereignty, diat this was the 
high seas. We couldn’t admit 
iiimmt 

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Valley Fanoa 


French Fries 
6f.,’1.44 


Ken-L-Ration Burgers 

A Favorite Food fiv your Favorite Pet —7S-oa. pkg. 


* 1.44 


AeinRan’^ 

Where Smart Women Shop 

FASHION VALUES AT 1.44 

PANTIES 3/1‘44 

SCARFS 2/1'^ 

Bee. 99e... ^■1 * 


CUNNINGHA MS 

Jdd l\ A If BARGAIN 




PHBONEX 


SCARFS 2/1 

Beg, 99o __ ^■1 “ 

LACE 

CARTER BELTS 

AND BRAS 2/1 

bm. aoo . " 


2 *~*'*~ ^ mm rnnibwna 

for 1.44 5- 

BODY BEAUTIFUL 'I A A 
PANTYHOSE - t 


BfaH> O 

EVEREADT 

FLASHLIRHT 

ANI> I BATTEKICS 


LAMP 

lULII 

Syr. giMrutoe 


3f«1.44 


IHULTQR 

SfAHKLiaa 

eOLORNBt 


1.44 

1.44 

1.44 


.44 


Beg. aOo . ^ 

TERRY SHORTS AND 
IWATCHINQ TOPS 

All liM. aad ooloan. 

«eg. 8 .ie. .. 


s'!" 2 hr 1.44 1.44 

ill 2f»1.44““ 1.44 


.44 


SELUSIL 

IM AUeta. 
Beg. Lit . 




VO 6 SHAMPOO 


Bag. IM 


1.44 



Town St Country 


CUNNINGHAMS 

TOWN & COUNTRY 


SHOP EARLY FOR THESE SUPER VALUDI 


(^en 10 to 10 VA 


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SHOPPING 

CENTRE 



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Paint Department | 


Towels ■ Fabrics 


u cSlBt. bMvy totm 

oMLJTxTT .^. 


Shop Early 
While QiMiHies 


Wec£c& 


MONDAY IS 


The sale that beats all one-priced sale days! 

Ladies^W^ar^^TTTretTs^'^oy^We^ 


Ladiea’ BUfii Made ot madilDe waahaUe 
cotton tames, sues s.M.u « A A 

10 to 18. Bes-WeotooPnee 1.97 .... I 

Ladles’ BltMMii—Perma press. Shcat sleeves. 
Choose from floral prints and plain colors. 
Sues 10 to 12. 9 1 AA 

Ber> Wooleo Price 1.79.^ for ■ 

lAdlea' Slims —100% cotton stretch fataic. 
Machine wash«d)le in warm water. Variety of 
cokns. Sixes 10 to 14. 4 AA 

Ref. Wootoo Pries 8.86... Is^*t 

ladles’ Briefs—Acetate elasUe legs. Many 
ec^ours to choose fnan. S.MJ^XL. 

Beg. Wotdeo Price Q d A A 

ladles' Itioot Baby DoOs sad rnghtgowse— 
Embn^ered sheer ytdee. SatiB bow. 4 A A 

S M-U Reg. Wooloe Priee 1J9. I 

ladies BHdni Briefs—Satin finish. Elasticiaed 
leg and waist. Many colors to choose from. 

Reg. Woolco p 4 A A 

Price .88. » for • 

Hail Slips—Shadow panel. Opaque 100% nylon 

tricot S.1I.L. Lemoa, piok, lilac, mist and 
white. p 4 A A 

Beg. Woolco Price .87.for I s^H- 

Ladles’ CTias Crsas Bra—Slightly padded with 
Lycra stieteh sides and straps. White 4 AA 
mly. 32A-38B. Reg. Wooloo Price LS7 ■ 

OIrla’ BHefa—Cotton with nylon reinforced. 
3 per bundle, white only, p 4 A A 

Sizes 8 to 14...t bundles I 

Oiris’ T-Shtrta — V and turtle neck. 100% 
acrylic. Solid coiourt and strlpet. 4 A A 
Sizes 8 to 14. Beg. Woolco Price 1.97 I 


I Children’s Wear I 


Bojw’ nay Paal—Flili elastic waist Double 
knee. Brown, green, btue cotton drill. 4 MM 
3 to fix. Her. Woolco Price 1.87 . I 


3 to 6x. Reg. Wooloo Price 1.87 . ■ 

Boys' T-dUrfs—Terry cotton. Short sleeves. 
Wash and wear. Ri^r neck and cuff. Sizes 

4 to fix. p 4 A A 

Reg. Woaloe Priee 44.ft tor I ■***§ 

Boys' Two-Pce. Short Set — KyVjn 2-way 
Btretd). Perma press. Striped short sleeve T- 
shirt. Sizes 3 to fix. 4 J 4 

Beg. Woolco Price 1J8 . ■ 

Otrts’ Blouses—Sbort sleeves. Assorted prints 
and solid Ehades. Mandarin oMlax. 

Sizes 3 to fix. 9 1 AA 

Beg. Woolco Price 48.* for • i*t“ 

Oiiis' Play Wear—Sassy sets and short sets. 
Sassy set with dress and Uocxners to match. 
Sleeveless blouse and shorts. 4 A A 

Beg. Wooloo Prtco L89. I 

Oiris’ Shells—100% acrylic fiber. Turtle or 
V-neck. Stripes and solid coiouR. 4 A A 
Sizes 4 to fix. Bc«. Woolco Priee 148. I ■'V4 
Ftoab-A-Byes—Hygenic disposable diapers. 48 
per pkge. Petite, medium, toddler 4 A A 
sizes. Beg. Wootoo Price 8.30.. .. •■*9*9 

Toddler Sloepeis—noMkid soles. Yel¬ 
low, blue, pi]^. Sizes 1 to 3. 4 A A 

Reg. Woolco Price 1.97.I 

Baby Vlayl Paata—Waterproof. Stays soft. 
White ordy. Elastic waist and leg. SJLL. 

Beg. Woolco Price 48_6 for 1 •44 

Infants’ Crawlers — Cotton cordurc^. Domed 
legs. Sizes 12 to 24 montfis. 4 A A 

Reg. Woolco Price 1.93.. I 

Becrlvlog Blanket — Colourlast material. 
Washable. 30x40. Pink, blue, white with 
nursery prints. p 4 A A 

Beg. Weeico Price 48 _ft tor I 

Little Tots' Traiebig Pssla—Double thickneBS. 
3 pair per bundle. Beg. p 4 A A 

Woolco Price 1 buBdle 1,99 ft bundle I 


Hosiery • Accessories I 


ladice' Nylnwi Seamless miero^iesh 100% 
nylon. Beige A 4 A A 

and spice. O pr. I 

Ladles' Pauly Hoae—Seamless, stretch panty 
hose. Beige and aplce. A 4 AA 

S.U.L.JCL. . ..ft hv le^^ 

ladles’ Searvea—2T x 27. Acetate. In printed 
colors of blues, [knks and many more. 4 A A 
Reg. Wooloo Price gZ .... I a^ft 

Nea'a Wwk Socks—Nylon with reinforced heel 
and toe. Grey only. One size. A 4 A A 

Rtg. Woolco Price 48 ea. . O for ■ a44 
Teeas Knee Soeka—Cotton and terry stretch. 
Red, white, blue, brown and pink. 

SHtoU. 9 1 A A 

Bag. Waslos Price 46 .. ft tor I a4%F 

Mca's fkrsM Boae—100% stretch nylon. Styled 
tor periect fit. Green, brawn, oaiv, adn* 
Sizes 10-12. 9 1 AA 

Bag. Woolco Priee .97 .. . V for I aft^ 

Girls’ MnJghs Base—100% nylon. Pink, rad, 
blue, Iflac and white. Sani-gutrd treated. Stiea 

fi-T%,#.8^. A 4 A A 

Beg. Wooloo Price .48_ 9 for I o99 


Mcb’b SfMri RUrls — 9ari or Icsig Awved. 
Super fine pc^io. 4 A A 

Sizes S44-L-XL. . I 

Mea’s KbR Shirifr~Grew' neck itjding. Short 
sleeves. Asaorted ectours. 4 A A 

Mea'a Daderweac—3 in n package. 100% cot¬ 
ton. Sizes S.M.LJa.. 4 AA 

Beg Wootoa Price 1J9. I •%% 

Boya’ Sport Bhiria — Permanent press. Short 
sleeves. Plain shades or patterns. 4 A 

Sizes 8 - 16. .. I 

Boys’ Flaimeletto Pyjamas — Fully washable. 
Pr^hrunk. Assorted patterns. 4 A A 

Sizes 8 - 14. .. I a99 

Boys' Rrit ahM)—Srart sleeves. V-neck or 
regular cnlUr. Sizes SJIXi.XU 4 A A 

Reg. Wooloo Price 1J8.. I aH9 

Boys' Deidm Jeans 100% cotttxi denim. Slim 
fit Sizes 8-14. 4 A A 

Beg. Wooloo Priee 149... I a9"f 

Men's Dress Shliis—Short sleeves. White only. 
Combed cotton. Sizes 14 to 16%. 4 A A 

Beg. Woa l eo Price 1J9. I 099 


Family Foofweo^l 


Ladles’ Biw a ers C olon ol white and black. 
BtdU in cushion arch. Washable 4 A A 
uppers. Sized 5 to 10.__ I a9“f 

Miaaes’ Cbavaa Oxford—White aavi pastel blue. 
Strong uppers. Thick, full aotes. 4 A A 
Sues U - 3... laHH 

Bo^' Boot Bannetsk—C dIot of black on white. 
BuiH In and), washable uppers. 4 A A 
Sizes 1-6. Full sizes. ___ I ■•t"# 

Mea'a Boot B aaa e ra —Black on white. Wash¬ 
able uppers. Qshlon shock absca-bent 4 A A 
insoles. -.. I •%■# 

Ladles’ Spring Sandals Array of etdors to 
choose from. Vinyl finish. Flat and 4 AA 
low wedge hgel. ..... I •■■■• 

Izkdles* BU^en—Latfiet' teddy bear sltppen. 
Mght spring shades. Washable 4 A A 
uppers. Sizes 5 to 9. I 


Red Grille Special 


CtaRipleto wfth vegekablet, 
potitoet, ruB and butter. 


Household Needs 


Tools ■ Hardware 


2 ,.1,44 


1.44 


Garden Shop 


Dsakle Peta^M — All the cfaolaa variete. 
Five pkati to box. 

Bag. WoMea Prtoa A 4 A A 

.49 per box. ... ^boxee I 

Beddtag Ptaata — Soaps, sedid and mixed 
colors. Pansys, Swiss Gtantz, Dwarf mari¬ 
golds and many mere. 4 A A 

One flat of 48 plants . ■ a^^ 

Fackehs Ptaate — Every one named. 
quality ptants, twice pinched A 1 
feff low early breaks. _^ for ■ ■^■9 

Boae Baahee—Good quality, western grown. 
Owoee several at this low price. 

Bw. Wooloo A 4 J J 

^ M. .ft tor I 


handling. Quality 
highland Peat .. 


MagaMie Bmaa—lAMwtad coiaBn to dtooae 
from. Attrmeti'dusttike naagle. 9 1 AA 

Beg. Watoea Priee L9I._A for I b99 

FUi Dnttzgit WIBi kmon fteri) bonx. 5 
lb. family size. Leaves ynr whole waah blean 
■ad bright. 4 aA 

B^. lAlli Plte LTL . I e^^ 

Aseoetol Plealle Ware—Induding dtahpans, 
laundry ba^eta, dish radri. c«di^ tny and 
many moR. A AAA 

Bok. Woelas Prin 4I.Visr I 


8 mI Paito IlsAiir Orgsniir yoir mehAiB 
nw, avoid kritaig importont peita On 4 A A 
rotary bOM. Beg. Wootos Priee 849. * s^M 

guiuwiifias Bels — 6 piece eet wtib ruhtar 
grip handle. a aM 

Bag. Wealoe Priee Ul. I 


■sradympa Tbais — Gtiooae from banunen, 
baotanne, drffl eats, and ouny moee. 4 A A 

Bag. IPs lie I Priee 146. . I o^^ 


Dnralex Qlaaewan—Practically wdrcafeable. 
Denxxstratfan 10-10 on A 4 44 

Mon., ft for I e^^ 

Heinae . Ltot BrnA — Advertised en TV, 
Miracle cleaning action. 4 A A 

Beg. Weoico priee 146... I a9^ 

fteod flief ■ nmner frexn juioe, «B th» 
rocks, or beverage glastei in avaeMlo «r 
gold and aquamartne. p 4 A A 

Beg. Werice Priee 49.^ for I 


PTasftBfMa WeetbeiTHoof with rad wei» 
kig maker and wrist strip. 4 4 4 

Beg. W ealoe Priee LTfT. I ^44 


I Jewellery Department I 


r„1.44 


Crochet Oottoe—South Maid brand mercerized 
550 yds. to a spool in a variety of colours. 
Beg. Woedoo A * AA 

Price 48.-.- t ter I ^44 

Priated Cotton Jacqnanis—100% cotton — fully 
washable. Ideal'for spcx'ttwear, 4 4 4 

suite w»d dresses. 36” wide .. I >44 

Printed Flannelette — Bright floral cedours. 
Ideal for baby clothes, or pyjamas. 

Beg Woolco A 4 44 

Priee 47. . w far I ^44 

Polyester Oottea — 45" wide in bright spring 
solid colours. Ideal for blouses, shells and 
sldrtt. 4 4 4 

Beg. Wooloo Price 1.99.yd. • •4*f 

Ihny Aprons—Single pocket s^Ie — cotton 
trimmed and beitea. Asserted ooloun 4 A A 
and pattnm. Beg. Weotoe Priee 1.71 i "44 

DM T nwols 22" x 32". Made of linen and 
cotton. Striped pattern on white. 

Beg. Woidco Price-' A 4 4 4 

8 for |1 .O for I a44 

Bath TWweie-22'' x 44". Bonlered in black. 
Super thick in green, gold and rose. 4 4 4 
B^. WeolGo Price 149. 1144 


Candies - Cookies 


Sen's Pic. k 8Dz — Ti^eet, mints, hard 
candiea, pick and mix your own. 

Beg. Wooleo A * J ^ 

Priee ,97 Ib. .. A lbs. for I ^44 

White Heather — Dellcioui carameis and 
rilocolates, individually wrapped. 

Made in 9 1 AA 

F.nglanH. ......... ft Ibs. for I aA*® 


Begoala*—Tuberous, started fdants for grow¬ 
ing on. Itoee, Camelha, Carnations and picotie 
types tor pots !9 1 AA 

Aneorted Shrobs—Just see this terrific asstxt- 
ment of chotee shrubs 4 JJ 

Beg. Wooloo Price 146.. I aAA 

Oecaatinna—Guaranteed cultured stock. ITiese 

are well done, no black leg or 4 4 4 4 

virus in these. .4 fw I 044 

AnorSii Pe w tel Ptoate — For rodarles. 

mixed berd CT s. beds, etc. C 4 AA 

Box of five ptonte._w boxes for I ^44 

Comet Oalttvator—Durable 3 prong cuMvattr. 
Keeps soil free of weeds etc. 4 4 4 

Bi«. Wooloo Price 8.17. -. I oAA 

Dead Line Stog Bait-Make a deadline and 
kin those slugs NOW!! 4 4 J 

Beg. Wooloe 2,99.. . 1044 

Fish FertaiSOT—Formulated by Greenlenf for 
Coastal Gardens Root and Foliage 4 44 
Food. % gallon.___ I o44 

Strawberry Pluto — All good varieties for 
local areas. 10 plants per bundle 
Reg. Woolco p 1 AA 

Priee 47. » bundles ■ o44 

Soft sad Small Fralle—Gr^>e Vine, Currants 
and GoosebMTy Bushes. AU A 4 44 
No. 1 stock, looaMy teated. .. ft lor I ^44 

7-7-7 Farttiteer—Specially blended, balanced 
fertilizer for general use. 4 44 

si-lb. pack... I o44 


1.44 Day Feature 

Doklla Trinre—Dutch pot grown tubers. 
Make yours a colmhil garden. 

Beg. Woolco e 4 AA 

Price.Mea. ^ for ■•44 


Boel BaMfr^-'niese ore in virioas oolois. Ter¬ 
rific gift fir a tnveiliDg man, for 4 AA 
hia offloe, ete. Beg. Weoloe Price L9T I ^v4 

Pierced Earrings—Variety sty^s including 

pearl studs and tailored designs. 4 4 4 
10 KT wires. Bk- Wooleo Price 1.97 I >44 
LjMttee' aoteli P m w^ Availabie 
in Mo 8tyl<9 and come hi bladi 4 44 
or brown. Beg. TRootoo Price L97 .. I *44 

Men’s WaOete—Made fai Canada. Gmuine cow¬ 
hide. Brown only. 4 44 

Beg. Wooleo Price 147.. I ^44 

Oiir Ifaki Hand Ingraved and stm set styles. 
Boxed for gift giving. 4 44 

Beg. Weelee Pilee L9T. . I 044 

Laasp Otl—Oanes In rad, green, and bte. 

Each with a different fi^- A 1 ^ A 

ranoe. Beg. Wealoe Priee gL ft for I a44 
FoMne Foal CVan burrikig furi aal oomsi 
in the untareakahle plastic contalnfii. 

Beg. Woolco p 4 A A 

Price $1...M for I 044 

rmdm Forks—StainlesB rieel. Set of 4 4il 
six. Beg. Weeleo P rice LI9 ... I ^44 


I Camera Department I 


AG-IB FlaaU^a-Far colour or BAW. Fits 
PoUraid Swinger too! 10 A 4 4 4 

bulbs per package.ft p a c k ages I s44 

Valrsrsil glide ITayn—40 capacity tray. &eat 
for storage or use in A 1 AA 

many projectors.4 foe I a^H 

3X Field Giaio—Onnpact podrat atee. Smart 
black chrome finiri). 4 44 

Reg. Woolco Price 147.. I 

Uoyd’s C49 Cbaaetle Tape — 1 fuQ hour re¬ 
cording time. Oonvenient mailing 4 44 
carton. For a& caasettr machlnea. I b 44 
Breatwoed Becstdiag Ibpa B eat tape valoe 
around. 1200’ 14 mil pol)^ter base, 4 4il 
tape on 7" reel... I o44 


Tbs f oa BaMea — 15 oe. size with cup and 
bandle. Pa fact for the lunch boxes and away 
(ram home. 4 44 

Rag. Waelea Priee 847 _ _ I a44 


MaoTM Mr Adkeetre Vinyl — 3 yifo. x 18" 
package. Pattarna and woodgraioe. 4 4 4 
Beg. Wooloe Price 147.. I-b44 

Beedy Pasted Plastic Coated Wallpaper — 
Spericling 1979 patterns for spring. 

1^. WaolBD Price to t.98. 4 4 4 

Doubfe RoU .... laM 

Tsispaf Qaallty iotesior Pahst—Choose tram 
14 bMutiful pastel colors. 4 44 

Quart size... I •■Ia 

Decro-Tlle Self Sticking Vinsrt Wall Paaela— 
Guaranteed washable and easy to to- 4 44 
Itall. Six one toot panels. I 


I Floor Coverings I 


1.44 


AFee. Oiriis Balk Aeto — Fringai 4 44 

bath mat ast with matchhig Ud eover. I #49 

VIsssai Fesia Ba^ Mate AH p« 7 >aae mate. 
M" X 2r‘. 4 .44 

Btafoed on all aides. _ TeA^ 


ISporting Goods - Toys] 


190 Ckr Bite Complete with rieetrtc motor 
p ower pac. 3 in 1 euricxnteed. 4 AA 

Beg. Weelee Priee 147. .. I 

Gavairi 48 Uog BUle 8krM nna of SO. 

SS.'T” 2».144 


partment 


Woolco 


Chocolate Bor Packs—'Dventy single tive<eitt 
Rowatrees chocolate baza to a package. 

B^. Wooloo A 4 44 

Price 48 .ft for I 

Dry Boasted Nate—Vacuum packed bottle to 
etudes filberts, cashews, pea- A 4 44 
nuts, peacaas and almonds. .. ft for I a^A 

Bridge BUx—One and e half pound bag of 
delicious, fresh Lowney's A 4 44 

Mdge Mix.ft for I a^A 


of lioortee aJlsocti. Ideal 
treat anyttme. 


pound bag of 

Cl.44 


-2 to f»ai*9y book 

2,„1.44 


Wagws Whoeto—12 IndMduaUy wrapped choco¬ 
late covered wafer Uscuite A 4 44 
to a package. O tor I aAA 


WooAaiy’a 8hampo»~FOTdry A 4 44 

or regulap hair.ft for I •■•■t 

Oroom A Oeaa Gear hair A 4 4il 

grooming. Noo-grassy. 4.5 oz. ft for I a^H 

Kleenex,—ilat told 360's. A 4 44 

Limit ctf 6 per customer."far I a^A 

PeM’sCbeame- 4 AA 

6-oz. jar. .. • a^^ 

oartlj Baby Betties- 4 1 AA 

Complete 8 o«. feeders. .. “ bottles ■ aAA 

Jokaeon A Jshssos Baby Shampoo—New large 
size. 12-oz. size. 4 44 

Plastic bottle. I aAA 


Playtex Tampoae— 

Re^iiar or 8ig>er. 30's. 

Prteteea—Femitdoe hygiene de¬ 
odorant 3.5-qz. spray. 

Btflkt 0nai4—Deodorant, economy 
size. 13-az. size. 


^2 ft,1.44 
6,, 1.44 
1.44 
4 bottles 1.44 


Ntvea cre m e— 
7.5«c. Jars. 


1.44 

1.44 

1.44 

1.44 


Soott Ttesoe—4 rails of bathroom tissue to a 
package, available in while, pink, yeHow. 

Reg. Wooloo A 4 


Boott Tswete 2 rolls of thrifty towria to a 
package, available la pink, yalkov, bhie and 
white. A 4 44 

Reg. Waetes Priee J8. .V for I aAA 

Garbage Bags -Fifty thzifty garbage b^ to 
a package, Giartt 36"z36" aloe. 4 44 
Rag. Wooloe Priee LIT.. ■ 

Reed's Paper mates—15-B" plates to a pack- 
age. Variety of coloun. Ide^ far plenlcs cr 
patio use. A 4 44 

Beg. Wooloo Price 4a. _ft for I e^9 

Bite Napktes — 250 napklos to a peekage. 
Available in white, or rato A 4 4il 
bow. Beg. Wooleo Priee 48..-W for I bAA 

WUtmaa’s deesfoa—A great seleetion of hard¬ 
bound novels e.g. Swiss Fandly Rotdnacn. 

Beg. Woolco p 4 44 

Priee 49. .ft far I oAA 

Giant Coioarlag Book — ITirae hundred and 
sixty ek^ exciting pages of colouring pietBres. 
Provides hours fin. A 4 AA 

Woolco Price 49 -.- ft tor I a AA 

45 B.P4I. Beewdi — The top thirty from 
C.K.LG. Survey. Shop eariy while quantitlei 

Reg. Wooloe Priee 49. .2 for 144 

UP. ABnans — ^reo end Mono. 4 44 
Long play record. Good eeleetion. . I >AA 


f I 

0ps8 Mssfay ta FrMay, 10 sjh. ts 10 p.m. asf Satirfay 0 a.m. Is 10 pjs. 


Price 49u., ftfor I e^A 

OoK Balls—Gary Player Autograph. 

Beg. Woolco A 4 4 j 

Prtee s tor 8.91....A for I -AA 

Buy's Davis Teaser ploe pkge. of Froaaa Balk- 
Chrice of nvbBow, strip, suptt* strip 4 4 4 
(X herring. Beg. Woolco Price 91 . I aA^ 

Btyrufuam Ooolen—Large capacity. Ideal for 
camping, picoicing or fishing. 1 44 

Bog. Woriee Price 1.91.. I -AA 

BaggeA Ane Doll—18" long, braided yellow 
hair. Every little giri shoild have one. 4 4 4 

B«g« Woatee Price I.A. __ ■ sAA 

i rig ke e r iles like a plane, Bptm like a gyro¬ 
scope. Hot now colors. p 4 44 

Beg. Wooloo Price 48.. ft for I eAA 

Tey Tatiht — Seated motor yariit witii the 
famous under water battery p 4 4 4 

<^rated energy motor. ft few I bAA 

Pta^r-Dob—4 colors to a package. NGo-boaie end 
sta^ soft Men put back A 4 4il 

in the contaiDer. ..ftfer ■ ■ AA 

Ratter Ball — Break resistant clear piattto 
bail with spinning birds or 14^ 

butterflies inside. .. I sAA 

Bog Boeper—VentUated bug catther 
magnifying ^ass. Provides A 4 A A 

hours of fun for ypur ctdld. .. ft for I aA^^ 
ito b b er P ael Inflatable two ring rubber pooL 
41" X r*. Great fun for the chUdten 4 4 i 
this summer. ... I sAft 


Auto Special! 


Ba4teasr Braee M ade tough by Brunswick 
exeturiviJy for Woolco Sboppen. 4 44 
Available for most popular ears. ... I eAA 
CkHwale-^Soft 17"xl6". 100% tanned 4 4 4 
rhatnols for car, borne, boat etc. I vAA 
Wash lOt-- Make cleaning your car a 4 4 4 
pteasioe with good quality rait _ I lA^ 

Oral Ombtea Make driving more comfortable 
with a colcrtu) cool cuohkx) for 4 AA 

Baby Moott Hsb Cape—Dress Op your ear far 
spring witb tfaeae brighc 4 44 

chroma hub eapa- . 

Tarite Was—raroouB far that hard 4 A A 
riiell fialah la the bright gr a au boMe. I aA^ 


1.44 


TOWN MB COHNTRY SH0PPIN6 CENTRE, DONILAS SIWEET AND SAMICM 






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FANFARE 


By Walt Ditzen ??sf^ 

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4. N«Rf York, CilMft <3) 

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mao PBiiMt 

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i>Wrtia>nil S:«I. 

«. Boabon, Or (S) iBixvIi. I 
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PMaltia — UID* OIYI 4:41; raahman 
(B) (mlra, alMaiiAictI «■) 

YaMairn (ITtl IlD^l «:»; Kurlcn- 
barii iNY) 8:43: LokMx <B1 I 
McXa«i( «Bl and Irvim (NT) t4:B. 

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Qietiveifl (B) 
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AHandanr* n.ZSD 


HorUa 


Evening Optimliti dowoeii 
Gorge FC. 4-1, Saturday at 
Uplands Elementary Scho(4 tol 
* os, win the Division V conscHation 
cup final in Lower Island, 
® Juvenile S o o-c e r Asaociaden 


latlsttoldSiA Vtcierlo, B.C, Sunday, April 12, 1970 








5<‘*v .. V 


ij Rangers Flex Muscles Early, 

!| Top Bruins, 4-3 in Slugfest 


Saper-Btar WIHe fifays lespa mbove 
the fMice, crashea into It «u>d then 
slanu against teammate Bobby 
Bonds — but still clings to the ball to 
rob Cincinnati’s Bob Tolan of a home 


run in Saturday’s 2-1 Giants win. 
Mays, starting his 21st year In the 
majora, had the wind knocked oat of 
him on the piay but remained in the 
game. (AP) 


Brooks Robinson Stars Again 
As Orioles Win Fifth Straight 


Brtx>ks RoUnson, slick-fielding 
third baseman of the American 
L eague’s Baltimore Orioles, 
showed again Sabirday why he 
is one of the most-feared late- 
inning hitters in major-league 
baseball. 

RobinscHi capped a fouisrun 
rally in the eighth inning with a 
two-run double which carried 
the unbeaten Orioles to their 
fifth straight victory, 5-3 over 
Detn^t Tigers. 

It was the second game in a 
row that Robinson drove in the 
winning ran against the Tigers. 
The SZ-year-old right-handed 
hitter stroked a sin^e in the 
10th inning Friday to give the 
Orioles a 3-2 victory. 

OTHERS UNBEATEN 

While Orioles were protecting 
their unbeaten record in the 
E astern Division, California 
Angels and Minnesota Twins 
remained unbeated in the 
Western Division. 

Angeis won their fourth game 
with a 6-3 victory over the 
Royals at Kansas City and 
Twins stopped visiting Oakland 
Athletics, $-2, for their third 
win. 

Alex Johnson. 26-year-old out¬ 
fielder obtained in the off¬ 
season from Cincinnati Reds, 
drove in all six runs for 
California with his first Ameri¬ 
can League home runs. 

ENOUGH MARGIN 

Johnson connected for three- 
run homers in the first and 
sixth innings off tueer Wally 
Bunker to provide Andy Mea- 
sersmith with enough margin 
lor his second straight win. 

Pitcher Jim Kaat was a two- 
way threat for Twins in their 
home opener before 21,653 fans, 
stopping Oakland on seven hits 
and hitting a two-run single as 

* * * 


Twins struck for'keven runs in 
the first ttiree innings. 

Cleveland Indians and Mil¬ 
waukee Brewers both recorded 
their first wins, Cleveland down¬ 
ing New York Yankees. ^4), and 
Brewers stepping Chicago White 
Sox, 8-4, with a late rally. 

PAUL ENDS THREAT 

Mike Paul ended a New Yoric 
threat In the et^th inning to 
save the game for Dean 
Chance, who collected hk first 
victory as an Indian. Paul 
struck out Bobby Murcer, Qirt 
Blefary and John Ellis with jiwt 
11 pitches. 

lianny Walton pulled Brewers 
from behind a 4-0 deficit with a 
pair of two-run homers to get 


Milwaukee started. Brewers 
struck for four runs in the top 
ot the nindt inning for die win. 

Frank Howanl's first home 
run of the season, a two-run 
blow, carried Washington Sena¬ 
tors to a 4-3 victory over Boston 
Red Sox in the other game. 

LAST TO LOSE 

The National Ltague was left 
without an unbeaten club after 
Philadelphia Phillies and St. 
Louis Cardinals tasted their 
first losses of the season. 

Gary Gentry checked the 
Cardinals on four hits to give 
New York Mets a 4-1 victory 
and Lute Walker and Chuck 
Hartenstein combined for a four- 
hit shutout in Pittsburgh 


Totem Rookie 
Sparkles Again 


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Rookie Tom Trevelyan has 
scored only three goals in 
professional tiockey but they've 
all been key ones for Seattle 
Totems in the Western Hockey 
League playoffs. 

Trevelyan, who joined Totems 
shortly before the regular 
schedule ended, scored twice in 
the third period Saturday at 
Seattle to give the Totems a 3-2 
victory over Portland Buckaroos 
and a 2-1 lead in the best-<d- 
seven semi-final series. 

Fourth game will be played 
today in Seattle. 

TWO IN THIRD 
Trevelyan, who scored the 
, winning goal in the special 
playoff game with Phoenbe 
Roadrunneta to 4ieci4le fourth 
place, made It 2-1 for Seattle 
midway through tfte Itiird 
period. He scored again with 
less than five minutes remain¬ 
ing after Andy Hebenton had 
tied the game tor Portland. 

Ken Campbell of Portland and 
Bob Qiun^ of Seattle traded 
second-period goals 

CANUCKS WIN 
League-champion Vancouver 
Canucks took a 2-1 lead in the 
other series with a 6-3 vlct<Hy 
over the Ihird-i^Bce Gulls in San 
Diego. 

Gulls went idiead 2-0 in the 
first period on power-play goals 
by Warren Hyiies but Canucks 
came back with unanswered 
second-period goals by Len 


Lunde, Brad Selwood. Doug 
DunviUe and Gerry G^yer. 

Goyer and Murray HaU added 
third-period goals for Van¬ 
couver. I«n Ronson scored for 
San Diego. 

rORTlAND 3. SEATTU: 8 
PIBST PERIOD 
No ocorins. 

Pg iAilita Kilpatrick 48l 3:40: Van 
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14:9. 

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AtteaduiDa: 10.S4T. 


I Showing early that they «nd Dave Balon ot the Rangers 
weren’t going to stand for 

° ^ ^ peoaltles and the automatic 

any builyuig in front of mlaoonduct before Aahley 
their own fans, New York responded to tbdr continued 
~ j • I.A. efforts to renew combat by 

Rangers Saturday night i^^hing them tor the night, 

ended a 10-game losing Don Marcotte and Dallas 
streak in Stanley Cup play 

. . ^ ^ . Brown and Walt Tkaezuk of the 

by beating the <WJnt in a also received major 

slugfest for a 4-3 win over penaltiea in the affray. 

Boston Bruins. just a start * 

Victory in the riotous action * **** start, but just a 

which produced four team Be^re the game was 

penalty records and tied four ®''er, despite a fairly mild 
others left Rangers trailing the only sporadic 

beat- 43 f-Beven National Hoctey bl^rness In the final 20 
League quarter-final. 1-2. m«notes, the clubs between 

Fourth game of the aeries la drawn 14 major 

acheduled tonight in New York Penaities. five misconducts, two 
and the fifth In Booton on mlseonductx and 17 

Tuesday. minora. 

Tnat added up to 174 minutes, 
FLEX MUSCLES EARLY breaking the record for one 

Smarting from two setbacks game set by Toronto Maple 
in Boston and responding to the L^afs and Montreal Canadiens 
cheers of 17.250 fans, the on April 14, 1966. 

Rangers m-et muscle ^th OTHER RECORDS 
muscle from the start and it ... 

took only 91 seconds to get tiie *h Oiat 

record-breakli^ run of penalties 23 penalties and 130 

started penalty minutes, for one period 

were also broken. The Bruins 
Every player on the « with Rangers each had 12 

theexceptiOTolttegoalk«pers penalties for 66 minutes in the 
was opening 20 minutes for a period 

ching 8pr«^ ^en referee J^n penalties and 132 

Ashley finally got things minutes 
teinpar^y ^1 about ^ 

15 minutes later, each team w^ ^ 

^ ™ A ^ than the 80 minutes 

^ ^ in toat 1966 game 

I the the assault on records. ^ 

at of Out of action with game __ 

1 the misconducts were forwards OTHBRA TIED 

Derek Sanderson of the Bruins Bruins tied the record of 20 

penalties In one game for one 
team, the two clubs combined to 
. tie the record of 38 penalties for 

A ® a game and both tied records 

-M O fm tfV 1 W% penalties (12) and penalty 
^ I r^k 9 ^ III minutes (66) In one period. 

LCJL O 1 in between proving they too 

4. J can nlay it rough. Rangers had 

the better of the play for the 
« first 50 minutes and built up a 4- 

£ 1 g * I ■ ^ which they were lucky 

T W9 1 dV wUh ■ when they wavered: 

^ I I ^ I U I I I in the late going. 

kw/wA. Ipit J.h||9 JIJL W SCREENED SHOT 

V»./ Rangers yielded the first goal 

seconds after they had killed off 
Brewers Pirates' 4-0 victory over Phil- a penalty to Ortknd Kurtenbach, 
the top lies. failing in an attempt to freeze 

he win. San Francisco Giants took the puck. 

It home over first place in the Western Phil Esposito dug the puck 
two-run Uirisitei with a 2-1 victciry over out and it slid right out to the 
m Sena- Cincinnati Reds. Held in the left point after he had tried to 
r Boston sama earlier by two great pass in front of the goal. Bill 
me, catches by Willie Mays, Gaylord Speer picked it up and shot it 
Perry gained the win when through a maze of playen and 
shortstop Dave Concepcion behind the weU-screened Ed 
was left bobbled his bases - loaded Giacomin. 
ub after grounder in the ninth inning bUILT I.'P LEAD 
and St. enabling Ken Henderson to ui ■ 

d their score tte winning run. , J J I" .!? 

the rebound on a hard shot 

• F^nONE SPARKLES taken by Rod Gilbert to get the 

led the Joe Pepitone hit his first u goal and the Rangers 
to give Nati^l Uat^ home ran and clicked on power plays twice to 
wtory added a teipie and double to take a 3-1 lead into the third 
1 Chuck lead Houston Astros to an 8-7 period 

>r a four- vlcW^ over Atonta Braves. Tkaezuk. sending in a sizzling 
ttsbur^ who fe 1 short wth a five- gh^t from the outer edge of the 
run r^ly in the ninth inning. « 

A two-run h^e ran by Ed ^ beat Ed 

Spieao sparked &n Diego chee^^rs cleanly only 77 
Padres to a 4-0 vi^ over after Ratelle scored 

Z f John McKenzie was off ^ 

the ofjy oter game played. ,bo^ when Gilbert oom- 
In Montreal, where pitchers nionwi a _ i . 

oppoaitiem to the rules so ttiat REBOUND 

they could keep their hands Rangers seemed to be home 

t. Doug wann, the game with Chicago free when Ted Irvine picked up 

•er. was postponed when th^ a second rebound and pushed 

lU added temperature dropped to 33 the puck home fpr the 4-1 goal 

or Van- degrees, in the third minute of the third 

ored for * * * period. But the New York 

* * * defence faltered often under the 

LE 3 NATIONAL LBAGL'E steadlly-building pressure and 

EuiAn oivi«(«- only some good luck, some bad 

2 40: V.n PiKiAdeiphl. 3 X '?» «n d alertness by 

»i 81 Louii 3 1 .Tso (jiaoomin prevented overtime. 

AdioM) (P) Pi^bu^t I 5 IS 1 ^ R t® 4-2 with a 

.v> ■, « ! • S i** blazing power-Rlay shot at 5:59, 

«! wjro) • « «» I Stanfield casiwHn on a defen- 

) (rnfor. w«..™o)rt,io. sive lapse at 12:07 ^Rangers 

5) dWnca' W I, Prt. GBL ®®re!y. as Bruins hit a 

J 2 S ^ PO« with two minutes left and 
w, Courey) 3 I S fl’* Orr got away a last bid from a 

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lOCGO 1 Pasao Uat). rw: puutbursh Mamhall and Vk Hadfield and 

- were without defenceman Rod 

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Hull Paces Hawks 
To Third 4-2 Win 


Bobby Hull led the way 
Saturday night in Detroit, where 
' Chicago Black Hawks scored 
itfwir third 4-2 victory to take a 
'3-0 lead over the Red Wings in 
j their Stanley Cup quarter-flnRi. 

! The hard-shooting winger, 
;Who now has 47 {layoff goals, 
'gave his club 1-0 and 2-1 leads, 
then helped set up Stan Mlkita 
!for what was to be the winning 
goal and drew an assist when i 
ll^ug Jarrett clinched it witii a I 
'shot into an empty net. | 

Hull's goals were almost' 
identical, both coming on siz- 
jzling 30-foot shots which gave 
I starry Roy Edwards no chance. 


Tony Esposito didn't look 
particularly good on tbe shots 
that beat him but the Chicago 
rookie actually played an out¬ 
standing game in blockirv 41 
shots, 19 of them in the last 30 
minutes. 

Nick Ubett tied the score at 

1- 1 early in tbe second period 
when Esposito jus^led the pqidc 
after making the catch. Roc^e 
Doug Volmar got the sexire ip 

2- 3 at 11:07 of the third period 
with a quick, 30-foot shot, but 
Esposito didn't miss again. 
Jarrett's pressure-lifting Ihot 
came from the centre line with 
only three sectxids left. 


ORIOAOO 3. DCTBOnr 1 1 
Finer rxRioD 

Okw. R. Hull (3) (NotcranAn, 
Martin) 8:37. 

PaiiBlIfei PKipiD (Cl and UbelM 
(D) 4:9; Bcdfe (D) 4:M. White (Cl 
8:18; Kim>y (C) 17:03; Naatarenko 40 
JIT;a. 

BCONO PKBIOD 

2. Datnrit. UbaK Q) (Cirartly. RaXcl 

i:ta. 

& (Nfm 9 > R. HuU (8) (UlkNai 11:05 

4. CMcavi. Ulkas (3) (K. IBII. 

M<«ml M:ae. 

Penafltei — Clrkiaiw (tandt minor) 
5:9: Connell <D) 3:(»: RoUe (D) 12:M. 

THIBD rKRIOD 

5. Oalroit. Volmar Q) (RoUa. Xar- 
landerl U.07. 

A Qik a eo, lamtt <U (Maanuaoii. R. 
Bull) 08:9 


Penalty — Bawi > 
Stopa: 

RbmMIo 30 
Eikviirdi (O) 
Altcndano 9.300. 


Bawi (O) 9:40. 


01 U 13-41 
303 5-31 


North Stars Stop Blues, 
Penguins Top Seals Again 

Home Ice made a difference with the fourth game scheduled period while Polanlc was ler- 
for Minnesota North Stars today in Bloomington and the ving a penalty. 

Saturday night but it did fifth game in St Louis IXieaday. Danny Grant had a goal 
nothing for Oakland Seals, now Penguins, however, may not diaallowed, a decision vriiich got 
within one defeat of being have to play at home again until 1®*^ « throwing reaction 

eliminated from Stanley Cup'the West Division final. Led by ^ ^(ore Gi^ds- 

playdowns. Ken Schinkel's three g<^s. they worthy potted the winning goal 

Cheered on by their 14.5441 took a 3-0 lead with a 5.2-vktory »««»■ a Pa« Ironi Tom Wil- 
highly-partisan fans, North and can close out their first- 

Stars defeated St. Louis Blues, round series in Oakland today. Ckldsworthy, who had 36 
the National Hockey League s fjorth Stars, who got first- during acheduled piay, 

West Division champions, 4-2, period goals from Tom Polanic conibined with Williams on a 
on two third-period goals by Bill and Dan O’Shea, blew their 2-0 power play for the clinching 
(Goldsworthy. ,ea<j, Ab McDonald scored in ®hot four minutes from time. 

Result left Blues leading the the second period and Red sr. lock s. uinnbsota a 

best-of-seven quarter-final, 2-1. i Berenswi tied It up In the third fommc «> (Lmnon 

CullMk) 4:58. 

* * * 2. MtonneU. caiM O) (Cmt) 


Sports Galore on TV 


There wlU be MHnethlDg tor 
just about every sporta fan 
today on television. 

Among events to be tele¬ 
cast: 

HOCKEY 

10 a .m ,—S t n n I e y Cup 
quarter-tiiuU series, Chk^io 
vs. Detroit, Chntinel 7 and 18. 

4 p m Stinlry Cup quarter- 
flna] series, Boston vs. New 
York, GhnnneiB 8 nnd 4. 


ployed Snturdny, I.4«ds vn, 
Cheisea, Chnanels t nnd t. 

BASKETBALL 

10:543—'NBA West Final op¬ 
ener, Lm Angeles vi. At¬ 
lanta. Channel 4. 

GOLF 

1 p.m.—Final round. 
Mastrm cbamploaslilp , from 
Aaxusta. Gn., Ouuinels 2, i, 7 
anil 12 , 

STOCK CAB RACING 

2 p.m. — Alabama B4M, 
Channel 4. 


2. MtonneU, caiM O) (Cmt) 
9:38 

P « q AMet—O tilil u mll iy (Ml 8:07; 
Lueae (M) O M; Ritartf. (SL) 10:45. 
PiewU (8L) ASd (Mb* CM) 9:38. 
SiSOOND FBBIOD 

3. St. Louii, MoDonald (S) (Goyetlc. 
Berenwn) 1:S4 

P«AWei -LaroM <M) and Aitaur 
(SL) 3:00', JolMori (M) 9:9: £«>•- 
atone CSLI 9:11; Bartow IM) Q:9S. 
THUD FEKIOD 

4 St. Loula. Bereraon (D (Hobarta. 
Xocicstom) 3:9. 

5. IiQnneMU, (MdaworUiy (3) IWII- 
IlMDi) 3:10. 

A MInneaoU, (kilda ma thy (9) (WII- 
IlMDi, Reid) 10:00. 

PeMlUe*-3>o]aM: IM) 3:31. B. Plwtr 
(SL) 14:«. 

St<Ba: 

iWoraley IM) 8 a IS-S 

Wakely (SLI U I 5-71 

AiUendancr 14.544. 


Shuttle Visitors 
Sweep to Finals 


! WINNIPEG (CP) 
Canadian Open 
I championships were 


Attasdanee: ins. 


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NATIONAL LBAGL'E 
Euaara Olvl«<aB 

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Basketball 
Talks Due 


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Weaten DIvliilaa 


final nerles, Boston vs. New .-h it prrrSBLRnH i. OAKLAND 3 

V«-Ir a -A a ' ""ST «•»!» 

York, Channels 2 nnd «. STOCK CAB RACING , ^ lasafCeid i iBaiiaiaer)) 

SOCCER 2 p.m. — Alabama BM, "-naiua* — Manhall ( 0 ) 1:40; 

ic a M I ra.« t t Roberta (0) 8:9: HexUB IP) liB; 

II a .m .—F A Cup filUii Channel 4. Sather dPl I2;li4; MaiWiall <0) 9:9. 

---- - - SECOND miOD 

2. PlttMam^, Baitamk I (Baser. 

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W ddM ^ M. ^ Plttaburob. SaMi*(d 4 (PrenBee) 

ohuttlG VISltorS 

PeTMklei — Vadmli (0) 0:9; Her 
4>an0( (P) 2:13; Hkdie (0) 0:0; PrmiBc'* 
(PI and Hidic (0) 9:9. 

/~Y « W TBIBD PERIOD 

Sweep to Finals 4-%"5f:T1f 

Pmialtla — Hoecll (0) and M^NMary 

WINNIPEG (CP) — me McKinley of Toronto, U-5. U-8. 

Canadian Open badminton Marg Boxall of Kent, . _ _ _ 

Championship, were turned into ^TSSito^lIl S-T 

an all-foreign competition Rojlma and Honma gained a -- 

Saturday as Canadians failed to finals’ berth in the men's 

gain a single berth in today’s doubles with a 15-9, 15-6 triumph Ttafilcf^tbflll 

finals. over Ckmzalez and Paul Whet- OaBUCUJctll 

. nail of England. nllffi TVl14> 

Top-seeded Junji Honma of m n. J-fUC 

^ . Their opponents will be (Than- 

iTokyo meeU feUow^ountryman narong Ratana-Saeng-Suang and NANAIMO - A meeting of 
Ippei Kojima of Yokohama in Raphi Kanchanaraphi, repre- Vancouver Island Amateur 
the final ol the men’s singles senting Thailand, who beat Rolf Basketball Association will be 

after Honma eliminated the Abdul Shaikh ol h«W in 

Vancouver, 1^12, 15-6. P-oi. at the Tally Ho. 

T - i r 1 *71^’ Sue Whetnall and Mis* Boxall 

Jamie Paulson of Cabgary, 7-15, defeated Miml Nilssen and Judy of 

15-9, 15-7. Kojima defeated Rollick <rf Vtmeouver 15-4 15-3 *>®®“«ting championship iday- 

Mexico aty’s Roy Diaz women's doubles semi-' S' al« 

Gonzalez. 155. 155. semi-final, Miss «f®“tonce to teams attending 

In the women’s singles semi- Barmaga and Caroline Hein of _ 

finals. Tyna Barinaga ol Port- Seattle defeated Marg Shedd f " 

land, Ore., defeated Nancy and Barb Hood of Toronto 154 ABanal Meettog of the 

- -1511. ’ Saanich Minor Hookey Aan. 

Paterson and Miss Nilssen ^S^LS-’n**,,**'** 

Snark si 'T 1 e.m^Sr?«Sr^’ 

i M-lVVU OIpIU aS to be elimilBCed as they Ml, Alt ounot* ur«eO to aUend-«4Mticn 
r 15-8, 157, to Mrs. WhetiiaD and f* » ”«*>**■ important Ihum to 

\w7‘ el q WffI* Kojima in mixed doubles. 

IKiUpItg' U/lfl Boxall and Paul Whet- mm»»»»»»» 

v« Ahx nail defeated Miss Barinaga and 

Htwuna, 154, 15-8, in the other 5 mhamm m 
NEW YORK (AP) - WillU semi-fina). ■ fSTllRlf IZflB ■ 

i Reed led a balanced attack as ^ ^ * Wl% MHH m 

New York Knickerbockers cut: PBAi^TI^FI H 

|down Milwaukee Bucks, 115102, I VlettriaMtaMr ■ rniiviiuts - 

Saturday in the opener of their ItfiOliHdll ■ SUNDAY 1-4 ■ 

Eastern Division final series in "■“•f teWKWKHOH ^ " 

the National Basketball Associa- 1A7II A ft Bll Its PaUic Welcome S 

lWOa.O.IH. ■ IFBEJ,, 9 

! The aeoood of tbe best-of- FUMlNle ROOM I S ^ ■ 

seven set will be played Monday ORTSTAL QARDEH M vpeD ^ 

night in Madison Square Qtigtn) H WEATERN ^ 

Reed aoored 24 points, 10 of MtHRoy, April 27, 1970 IL SPEEDWAY m 

ittiem in the second quarter R.ta > S ■ 

when Knkka pulled ahead to KldH p,Mi 

stay, in his peraooai duel with 
Lew Aleindor of Bucks. Akindor 

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Balin ttaUlBtsL VIctorio, B.C.,'Sundoy, April 12, 1970 


JACK McLEOD Is expectied to be in Victoria tUs week to 
■ound out the poMibllitte* asd if laJiMBciory terms oan be 
worked out, it’s likely that 4he former coach of Canada's 
national hookay team will be-some the manager-coach of the 
Victoria Coagara , . . not Qisly did a R ttfmo group pay 
000,000 to get a National H Mkey League francMse but the 
city «4U more than mattdi ttwt arith approximately 96,941,000 to 
inarease the seating capacity of Memorial Auditorium from 
9800 to 16,100. It’s kind of ik&caiiouB . . . Uoa CUrlar is said to 
earn more from endorsements (about 9200,000 annually) than 
any tenpin bowler altfaougb he hasn't won a majm- tournament 
since 1963 . , . l^any May is lia^g a prolonged battle with 
tonsilitls and la worried thM Ik oould cost her the obanoe «f 
competing for Canada in tbe OnnmonwesUth Clamef this 
summer. Tbe Canadian trials aren’t until June 2|at. but tm 
months Isn't any too much time to get ready tbr this kind of 
challenge, tt's possible that Vktoria could have titree athletes 
on tbe Canadian team. In addlti on to Miss May, iaae Laagdale 
and Bob McLaren have excellrnt ohances to win a spot . . . 
Bobby Orr got 18 of his goals and 51 of his assists In the 36 
games he played this season ag alnst West Divltioi cltte. Is 40 
games against tiie other East Dsivision clubs it was IS goals and 
36 assists . . . few playen weak harder than J«ka MeSeaMe 
and it’s a pity the ^Boston r^4it-wlnger will often spoil Ms 
performance with what is socnerinKs close to berserk play. He 
dishes it out better than he tak ta It ... 271 new golf courses 
were opened in the U.S. last yes>r and 126 addltktas were made 
to existing courses. The total rafinsber of courses <H>eraUve at 
tbe end of 1969 is listed at .9926, including 1050 par-three 
layouti, and another 439 courses 'are expected be opened this 
year . 

k *9 k 

AL PRINCIPE, the Vancouvier hair stylbt who has had a 
life-long love affair with boxing, 1 las a stable of tighten beaded 
by ex-VietDrian Lea Vegas, noiv the Pacific Northwest 
welterweight champion, and :1s seriously consldertng a 
Memorial Arena fight card netx month. Fn-merly known as 
“The Barber.” A1 has taken to wegilng a natty beaM "and tii^ 
makes me a hah* stylist instead <l( a barber." The dltterence, 
he grins, is mainly the diffNence (between 99.35 and 92.25 fw a 
hair cut... it's a sad commentary on the way things are when 
Denoy MeLaIn can demand masse money (or his nl|hi-c)ub 
appearances because he is a bethfr drawing card now that he 
has been suspended from baseball for trying to become a 
bookmaker . . incidentally. Mef,£in got lesa than half tbe 
season for bookmaUng activities while the National Football 
League gave all-star Detroit tackle Alex Karras a full season 
for betting on his own team ,.. Tironto Maple Leafs, aknoct to 
a man, claim that CSri Brewer deliberately kicked Jim 
MrKeoay in the face in the last Msme between the Leafs and 
Detroit Red Wings. McKenny had tu have 14 stitches to close a 
cut which extended from ri^ cheek to eyebrow ... current 
“iron man" in the National Hoek^ League ~ few would ever 
guess this one right — is Mnrray Qgiver of 'IVranto, who has 
played in 340 consecutive games. Butl^vhether Oliver will add to 
the streak wHh the Leafs or wttht another chib mipears in 
doubt after a comment by co-owner* Stafford Bmythe. “He's a 
loser," Smythe was quoted on Oliver. :Tlwt indkati^ that Oliver 
would be traded or sold but Smytiie added that "I wouldn’t 
trade him to my worst enemy" . . ^ Duncan ratepayers will 
never be sorry if they pass thatj money bylaw for the 
construction of a 2S-metre swimming pool. It's something the 
ertnuBuraty badly needs, ar^ the kA;ger U is delayed the more 
ft is getng to cost Bitd the more it wal) be tweded . . . Oakland 
AtMetics have ■ new manager nan>ed McNamara buL Sporta 
HlBStmted raminda, the leader of 'Bist bond is stlU Chartie 
Finley ... 

k k k 

HAZEL McLElARY, who puts in fc lot of houis working for 
bowilng, has been put up for a diniMor of Ibe WIBC by the 
nominating eonunittee SOO dalejpites wtO include tiiat 
amoDg decisions at the meetii ig tn Tulsa next month ... 

Ha»l wiD be there, one of 16 ^cto rlans who will conpeta tn 
the team, doubles and sin^a event tn the smuol tournament 
Also plamdng to coutolete are Murk rgcMcflly, Bv Noaswa, Jeon 
KilkH, vegey rmnmm. Mretel Dwlsweeto, Flos Wrlev. ftswe 


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uiMi): LONDON (CP) — Leeds fotr minutes before halftime, crowd expected Celtic to coast to get his head to a comer by MiniiiiMllHlIilttKdtitiririfilMnfe 

9Y United and Chelsea battled to Mick Jones restored Leeds ad- to victory and put themselves In Eddie Gray, the ball rolled ^n- a ' 

P.M. the edge of exhaustion in an vantiige with a second goal in a confident mood for titelr Eunv tly into the net as Owlsea full- a 

Minor Major epic English Football Assocla- the 89rd minute, but Chelsea pean Cup semi-final second-leg back Eddie Mc<>eadie tried a 

11 4i4i ^ Cup soccer final Saturday, levelled again two minutes later matdh with Leeds United next valn^ to Uok clear. 1 —» m m m = 

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M locked at 2-2 after extra time A sell-out crowd of 100,000 Oltic failed to recapture the - t . i, • £ IfCN I HLw s 

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Additiona] Sport CeWc, seeking to win tt>e moat of tbe match, but poor Qb 

1 *> IQ 1/1 Scottish CSip for toe 31st time, ishlng oiM the ogiUty of Chel- 

* had already won toe Scottish sea's England goalkaeper Peter Results 

■■■■ League and League Cup crowns Bonettl preveoted them from S^nei: 

arts the first tie since the final tWs season and were hoping to turnii^ their superiority into * 

sms switched to Wembley Stad- »«»P up • quartet of trof*iof. goals. iswu i. 

Sum tn M23. The last occasion goOBE ON PENALTY SHOT Both tint-half goals had an 
when there was a replay was ia But A b e r d e e n was unim* 525i.‘ 

1^. w1»n toe final was staged prS^ed by toeVopSci^ 

jet London’s CiysUl Palace. ^ —-« 


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at London’s CiysUl Palace. toTiead wtto •' 

t Iti to OMriton gave Leeds the gTth minute penalty goal by Joe 

[lead after 31 minutes and Peter Harper. Celtic attacked flerwly. 

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Sport Today 


toe last eight intnitteR 
Bill MacKay added a second 
goal for Aberdeen in toe 82nd 
minute and Bobby Lemex net¬ 
ted for Oltic in the 88th minute 


Sylvia Kelly 
Re-Elected 


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9 OA. — atari of haata, 
aecond day al Vietorta O^m- 
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■taJ OardSB. (PlnalH start at 8 
p.in.) 

OOLF 

»:15 a-m. — Start cT itto 
anniMl Oeeteanlal roareetDea 
tonraanteot, Victoria Golf 
Oub. 

SCOBT 

U a.m. — Start al JaKiv 
aad midget divtaics taaraa- 
tneala. University of Victoria. 

SOCCER 

19:89 a.m. — Oaaitlauattoa 
M pUg^, lABgtcrd laTftattaaai 
Jrrenlle toarnamewt, Boyal 
Beads Mtttiary O tolage. (Pre- 
BiBtotloap at I R.re.) 

1 p.m. — Vtetorto Dbtilet 
League, first dlvtotoa, Oee- 
■Mfwlitan RoyalB va. Vtotreto 
West, Ceatml Park. 


tnM&r I tli iT I K«lly has been electad ! 

I ^l^A^ to • torm as president of 

52^ the Victoria FIvepin Assoda- 

* p,m. - RC. DIvhlon n ^ ttoi. 

JcveMle retnl-fbml. Qcrge ro *" the 89th minute, 

va. New Wfatmleater Bine ENDS LONNG BTBBAK Sena Gueat. flret viee-presidoit; 

**"*^?i WMderera, Ctontar- ^ Aberdeen's first cup WaJly Weinberger, secixid vice- 

final triumph since 1947 and president; Donna Brock, 
8:11 p.m. — Victoria Dla- «>ded a run of defeata In toe fi-treaeurer: Peggy Warde, re- 
trlct Leagae, lint division, najg of jg 5 j^ J 9 g 7 cording secretary; and June 

Unlvenity M Victoria vs. Oak The lOO.OOO Hampden Park Peddlesder, corresponding sec- 

Bay. Heywood Avenae hrk.-- retai 

8:15 p-m. — Vtctorta Die- Qo 

trtet Laagne, second dIvtolM): BTe a a wen 

Uowlehaa Saiato va. Univer- W ||»f-D|*|«| I InKc Min 
slty of Vtetmia Nwawnen. ▼ IvBUl 14I VaIUJJO y^ju, 

Dancaai Baanlcb Peatnaola 

Miss Berths ^ 

Oreex, Boee Street Park; I 

CMfee Heaee v*. Londoa VANCOUVER - Two Vlotorla I I 
Boxlag dnb, Tbaas Park: ^ < .. . .. .. , I 

Oaowwmy Emo ^por. vs! *” Im 

VIotorin Weet, Victoria West >ivenllo !■ 

■ark. noccer Tournament of Cham- fV 

YBAOK AND FIKLD plans when they lost Saturday 

l*iio«-Victoria Track semi-final matches in overtime, ft 
aad Ftold Association all- >1 

comers develepment meet. New Westminster Whalley ■ 

Centennial Stadium. Biks defeated Gorge FC on I 

- - -corner kicks. 2-1, after the J 

teams idayed to a 1-1 drew ■ 
through overtime in ttw Division ft 
Ill contest. u 

/\11't*nOY7 Burnaby Inmerlnls H 

1#UJ1 11^ Y soorad both tbair goaia in UmI^I 

J fiiat half of overtime to taka^H 

_ tot Division TI match, M, overl^l 

PVl 1 Victoria Evening Optindstl. H 


Soccer Tourney 
Concludes Today 


Victoria Qiibs 
Miss Berths 

VANCOUVER - Two Vtotorta 
teams missed out on birtos in 


retary. 

Oimmittee members named 
were Stan Jones, Vera Lysne, 
Min Mann. Bob McKay, E>ave 
Williams. Linda Avram, Cy 
Butler, Evie Weinberger and 
Mai^ Vlekeiy. 

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Fourteen m a t e b e a were I n v 11 9 tknal 
{dayed Sahoday tn tbe opening tournament at 
day at ttie two-day lemgford Mllftary Oidlage. 


Helw Taaag, Wiiij Lewto. Batty Vtomnwa. VOra Hotaea and 
Alloa CtodMI ... It would be iateieisting to learn how much of 
toe taxpayers' money is being spent do advertising by those in 
charge of toe iU-conoeived B.C. Ifestlval of Sports. News 
releases cook fnxn a public relatioa i firm and there have beat 
constant radio Murfae about such great events as stock-car 
races and bocce in the Kootanayi. Uw truto is that many of 
the better events would have be« Ibeld in any event and that 
moat at the others wouldn't lure an dnsomniac out at bed. Uw 
mcKwy being spent on advertising tiarin would be spent better if 
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eaiiy tourtot rush, as had be« (pApe) dreamed ... thanks to 
AvaH flatwtv hir the cBppkig of a !l9ew York 'nnws feature on 
Gil MtDHBaM. who spent his srnond |wofessk)nal baseball 
season with Vietoila A to ieti c a and ttwn went on to star for New 
York Yankees. Now 41 and looking fit enough to play, GO is 
basttMO coach at Fonfiasm University as weU as head of tiw 
successful Yankee Building Matatanance Co. tn Nntley, NJ. ... 
and thanks from al) of us who rdayeil in the league to Itoa and 
Eitta ■nphiey for the success the y made out of the Sunday 
Mixad Lea^ at the Victoria CwReg dub ... hi ataont atx 
wetta WHhHIm should ba setting a record few had 

thought p^ble, surety one of thO' more amazhig baseball 
aceompUshnwots. Barring the urflor eee e n . the 46-y«ar4)d 
wiBwIm will appear in bis 1000th game as a pitidwr saae time 
late next morth. Only two othn- p4h4 k Mi , Oy Leog at 909 aad 
Waller JetawM at SOS. have appeared la as many as 800 gainsi 


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Military OaOegc. m «!.* 

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Tbe tournament ends wtto Saturday to lead 10 qualifteii 
matitoas today starting at 10:30 for today’s Camp Dogwood 350- 
a.m.. also at Royal Roads, and mile faoe for Nooear &»at 
preseDtatkoi are acheduled to American ears. Old maik was 
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FANFARE 


By Walt Ditzen 


O THAT 




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CVP*NOTSSxy- 
ANDNOdOOP- 
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^PALM SPRINGS, Calif. 
(AP) — The warring Ameri¬ 
can and National Basketball 
Associations moved closer to 
a proposed merger Saturday 
when negotiating committees 
agreed on three key terms — 
payment of $ 11 , 000,000 indem¬ 
nity by the ABA, the shifting 


9 The ABA's Washington 
franchise would be moved to 
a city to be determined by 
the ABA that does not 
infringe on territorial rights 
of any other city in the NBA 
or ABA. 


mergers, citing "the pre¬ 
cedent tiiat has been set vidth 
baseball and football." 

First news of the agree¬ 
ment of the merger commit¬ 
tees of the two leagues 
appeared In The Seattle Poet- 
InteOIgmcer and Tbe Wash¬ 
ington Poet with Scbulmac 
confirming them from Palm 
Springs, where the meetings 


• The ABA would retain 
its Identity tor at least three 
years before actually merging 


flERVING ALL 
GREATER VICTORIA 

Wi th a dignified service 
bit year commanity 


of its Washington franchise were held, 


Among league pioposels 

• Rick Barry, who left 
# ‘nw ABA would pay the the Warriors to join die ABA, 
NBA $11,000,000 in inderoni^ would rejoin the NBA’s San 
in a 10-year period. FTanciaco entry. 


and the return of star Rick 
Barry to San Piunctsco. 

the terms disclosed were 
taken to be a significant step 
forward but Sam Schulnum, 
head of the NBA's merger 
committee, cautioned that dw 
"recommendations are sub¬ 
ject to the approval of both 
leagues and congress." 

He did, however, add that 
congress has in the past 
locriced favorably on such 


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Two Vancouver Island centres iMm w aei. lui hioMi'k* (xST 
wiU hold bowling bonspieli in ^ 

two weeks. m. Hm? AdBBw aft dm 

The fivepin event at Duncan ^ B 

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PIN POINTS: Cali O’Hara 
and Dave Van Horne of Parks- 
ville won the open fivepin 
doubles tournament at Brechin 
Lancs in Nanaimo last weekend 
with a 1760 total. Boa McLeliaa 
and John Brittain of Nanaimo 
were second with 1602, 22 points 
more than another Nanaimo 
pair, Gladys Dolling and Will 
Gregory. High series were 
rolled by O'Hara (932) and 
Merm Thorsell of Paricsvillc 
(SI9) while Gregory (376) and 
Gloria MrLellan (304) were the 
high single winners . . . WaUy 


MMl pdee <.e A. Wsa Port of boiy iPwMai 


long way. 


point championship for the 
Masters' touniament - schedule 
with 42 points, seven iBore than 
runner-up Frank Mbsakt of 
Vanoouver, who finished out of 
die money in Nanaimo. Wela- 
berger picked up 17 points in 
Nanaimo (five for participating 
and 12 for third place) to pass 
Noaakl in their final event of 
the season. Top man and 
woman Master In B.C. are 
eligible to competn in the 
Canadian Masters' ehaatoion- 
s h i p against representatives 
from Alberta and Ontario at 
Vancouver during the Pacific 
National Exhibltton. 


A dollar moy buy a lo! less these days—but 
it doesn't buy less Volkswogen, 

To begin with, we still protect the bottom of 
every VW with a solid slab of steel. 

Then we stomp the famous beetle shape out 
of a heavier gouge metal than even most big 
cars use. 

And sir>cewe've been stamping out basically 
the same shape for the past 20 years now, every¬ 
thing fits. 

(So well In fact, that the Volkswagen Is act¬ 
ually airtight.l 

Our point fob is the envy of the industry. 28 
pounds worth. 4 coats. And the parts you don't 


see are finished as wall as the parts you do. 

The VW's 1600 cc. engine Is not only ridicu¬ 
lously easy on gas and oil, its easy on itself. 

(We nearly went broke giving away gold 
watches to Volkswagen owners who drove their 
Volkswagens more than 60,000 miles.) 

What's more^ 1 out of every 8 VW employ¬ 
ees Is on inspector. They inspect every port of 
every Volkswagen 3 times. And then they give the 
finished bug o going over that cars costing twice 
os much don't get. 

And when a VW finally does make it out of 
the clutches of our finicky inspectors, it falls right 
Into the duties of our equally finidey service 


Top ■ c 0 r € 8 reported last 
week: 

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M«n — BTi (MS SU. 

Gll Want 631 (2M, ?ui. Tom NawtMglii 
eil <2I5i, WIU Jflhnalon SB (313. 3IBi. 
R«c Terlaon sn <ZU). Bill Burti# M7 
■2161 Roy 8rtm<r S«I 1312), Bill 

HuberUun SB (2nT. Uirnc CrcICman SB 
I218i, Sum Wo.6(«y 382 <2Ml. John 

NnUeld SB3 <222i. Herb Wlttke 938 <»> 
Htfb OianAer 819 i23Bi. WaHy Noonafi 
IB lOT), Ton Boon STS, Gcnae 
RobbM (2M|, Dtfi SamuUaon STI 





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Belkin Loses Semi 


lUilc D e M n a JohnBon, 6*2. 
6 - 2 . In the other neml-flnai, 
unneeded Jody Alvarec of 
Tnmpa, beat laabel l>enoto of 
Colombln, d>l, 9-t. 


WHY 

WORRY? 


AUGUSTA. Gn. <AP) — BtUjr object d intense security pre- linf 67s to match the touma- hole total of 223, IS strokes back toacaaniea: 

Casper whone cwuervatlve play cauttons, came frnn off the ment record. ol the lead. Second-M 

may have cost him the title last Defending - champion Geoege Blayo of 

knitea <!.■* . 1 ^ ® respectively, Archer needed 74 strokes and Rriitii Rai» 

year, bolted out d a logjam d Tjed gt 211. three strdees shared a spot at 213 while tiny was at 219. " “ 

«ontendwi with a four-tmder- away from the lead and very Japanese Takaaki Kono had a 7-5, ti 

par 68 Saturday and assumed t m u c h in contention w e r e 71 - including an eagle two on 

_ j rt,_ Yancey, the former West the first hole — ter 214. Piayer i+esas-aw 

o po apot Mad in tne tnira resmo . ... »u.. Qi»rie* c«idy 70 - 7447.^1 Kooea an 

Pointer who held a share of the Canadas lone hope in the Tam™ es-w^r-sn ^wi ^ o., 

pc the Masters Goii tournament, second-round lead, Aaron and tournament, George Knudson of ^ *. 7 o-ai^i today lor 

Casper, a bland, soft-apoken tail Texan Charles Coody. Toronto, shot himself mit of Dave mu ts-to-td-sis ha the wo 

cbaraetET. had a Mhole total of Coody Aaron had spark- contention with a 78 for a 54- •»«•«» N« 


About Preparing Income 
Tax Returns. 

Let Us Do It 

B.C. STENO TAX 
i A 0 MaHtiH| Sirfiaii 

Room 8—918 Govlemmeot St. 
386-6623 R«l. 47»5Me 

Open ^veittnps ffiC 9:00 


Feel Around Greens 
All Gone-Palmer 


AUQU0TA. OA. <AP) — A dia tr eased aad somber Ansid 
Palmer, redleettog os his third cosieoatlvo over-par resad Is 
the Masters Golf tSBrnament, aekaowledged 8 atarday that 
“sB my feel 4s gooe around the gresM.” 

“Whes the ball comee off the blade it doeea't seem as 
■olid an H ahrmya had ... I nee the hole but I have So Idea 
whece the ball la going. It Just doesn't go where 1 wnnt It to 


tVrrr Wlleos 
Mauiic« Sembridse 
Chi Ho<lrlaiiw 
IImUi MwaoH 
Cl an icdi« 

Sua SIMM] 

(A) - Sieve Meinrk 
G«y B i ijWL T 
JllMl fiMOf 
Grtw JOBM 

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K«n 9(111 
Bfuce Cranwt'xi 
(A) — Wwai GtM 
Dale DooflM 
Armld Felraer 

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Hnjce Dwlin 

BcA RMtant 

Miller Berber 
Draft Relrani 


DAIfOED A JIG 

Casper, danc^ an unchar¬ 
acteristic jig OR the 16di green 
when a 204oct putt curled into 
die cut and gave him sole 
possession of the lead. 

Until then it had been a dog¬ 
fight ell ttie way. At one time or 
another five players — Casper, 
Littler, Bert Yancey, l^my 
Aanm and Gary Player — led 
or shared the lead before the 
gallery of about 30,000. 

At still another point, there 
were seven players locked 
within one stroke before the 
greying, 3S-year-oM Casper took 
control. 

Player, the steel-nerved little 
South African who has been the 


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denture service Is provided by 
fuily-qualtfled dentists. 

For your appointment, please 
call Monday through Friday. 


"Bat I am apClmMir. 1 thlak It wfU came back, I will 
have to pursue It. It wUl tAke some work.” 

P^mer shot a tfaird-round 24 after earlier rounda of 25 
aad 7S, patting liim completely out of the ftglit for the title he 
baa woa four ttmM. 

The 4S yeax-ald golfluK mililanalre, tbe game’s outatoad 
Ing attraction, said hto putting started being what he eaOed 
"a fleedDg thing" about five years ago and he's never 
managed to correct the troubles. 


Four-Horse 
Photo Finish 


VICTORIA 


Casper in azalea patch on way to top 


NEW YORK (AP)—Hydro¬ 
logist. ridden by Chuck Balta- 
zar, got in the final stride 
and Won the $57,800 Excelsior 
Handicap at Aqueduct Saturday 
in a four^horse photo finish. 

! A crowd of 50,099 sa,\v Hydro¬ 
logist. owned by the Meadow 
Stable, beat the 2-1 favotite. 
Never Bow, by a nose. Another 
nose back in third place was 
Gaelic Dancer who was a neck 
ahead of Gleaming Ught. 


Suite 216, 895 Fort Street 
Phone SSe-SOSI 


Exhibition Park 


Racing Results 


Dave ’s Flyer Wins Inaugural ^Cap 


A nonprofit service sponsorad by the 
dental protesston of British CoUifflbla. 


VANCOUVER (CP) — Dave’s In the fifth race, Jack Dia» Buckskin Billy and Taybhal in 
Flyer nipped favored Br^en mood's Centennial Czar, wtnless the sixth was good for $46.50. 
Bubble hv a heart Sadirrtav tn y®®*" c^Ptu^nE th* Mutuel handle totalled 

It L L two-year^iW crown in 1968. $255,806, 

win the $5,000-added Inaugural relumed to form with a victory «iiow«ne«, (hr« 

Handicap at Exhibition Park, over Casoftdo MoUy and Short pudiA'i w«iiy in^ifttiiannun in D-td 
paying $18. $7,60 and $4.80 to Account. .Pr«i.r. inn om 

bettors in the crowd of $6,494. In the first, the exacto cf M^nuRi a TtrawretUiiei 2.30 

Dave s Flyer, a five-year-old Anita’s Willy and D’s Choice 
gelding owned by Dave Douglas, returned $85.60. Just A Habit Away Time 
ran the six luriongs in 1:11 4-5 and Fyldspar paid $79.10 in the 

under newcomer Ray York, eighth-race exacto. hlrTlI7.i^ 

Broken Bubble paid $4.20 and The quinella of Pallview and M«ior tmm sE.aos3.s^.w 

$3.50 and Major Presto, showing Freddie B, Jr. paid $12.80 in the s'lo 

with a chai^ $5.10. ffourth and the Quinella of “w** n wtoy. Tnu shoi, 


VirUi Ran — flTSB, ■llow&nce, thrM- 
year-olW «nd tgi, abi turiongi: 
jCcatcuiUi 

I (iMiw) SI <0 «« aia 

CaasMl* MoUy «IUrl M TO 5.« 

Short Aoewm s.» 

Alao lun: BanctKry Bill. ImikSu. 
IBajW Judae TWic: ZilZlS. 


ElsMh R*ae—ai.SBli. clmimma, (<ur- 

yrar-oldi wk! 19 , Mx furMnat: 

W- JuM A lUtit 

(Frul«r) SID.SO S4 TC 44 K> 

„ FelcTvsr «ya(h> 111 3J0 

.SO HI So Smat (aMWMll) SSO 

.4(1 AIM ran; Jayl^ei. Tracy Aar. 
.SD KaUngn. Lltte Pranul. Swra Urty, Nm 
D. TUnc TUn«; 1 ;M. 
m. Exacto paM STS. 10 

Mutuel handle: 12%.Saa AKoidaiice: 


TMrd Race — ll.SBE allowmce, thrra- 
year^hU, alx (uritaiii. 

AlandUn (Vorki SBiD SI.IS S2.4a 

Mr J. k. O. (Broomneki) 3.10 741! 
Earla rr imgiMl S90 

A4«t no: WllUea GuMI. Haney Hawk. 
Sunc !actHM. QueM, MUdrIve 

Pro PaMa, Tela Table Time 1:12 l-S 


l|LECTROHOME 
KENTS LTD. 


INGL£WOOD, Calif. — Re-1 *•“* Piien ow.| 

KxploR a. Hafelre. RepmaUe, Var,! 
suits of Saturday's thoroughbred{"wv Rival, tum: i.ost-s. j 

racing at Hollywood Park: 

SteW Rmm—S 7J(I0. alkiwanres, (our- 
First Kace-OSaUu, alkmancea, Uirra- year-olda and up. (Illlet anl marei, M 

yaar olSa. all Mooaa: Mraaa; 

Vre.fo« (KiMtpfi) SSO0S3 40 C.40 Preentfrtlon CPIncayi 45 20 43.00 43 44 

Olympiad World CaMar BaJeotu 

• Harrii) 4 60 3.20 (WaiUMani 340 2J4 

Fleet Santa (WeJIlnelonl 2 . 6 D Oark SK (Plerrel 2m 

AM ran; Swtfl Gold, Royal Court. AM nn: Crtanmer Gu-I, CM Gala, 
Ado Ruler. BugeoiSie Hora P awa iUS . Na»« Boo. War Cham, Blaar Up 0. 
Une> Spkrtl. Lloyd'i Otery TMc; IXaeheaa NaUnUb TUra l:ase 
1:10 IS. 


SUN., MON., TUI 

April 12, 13, 14 

Weekdays 9 to 9, Sundays 10 to 7 

We Bfiserve the right to limit qomatitles 


Fourth taea — 41.1K, claiming, (our- 
|year.4ada, ate furl^sa. 

Pallview <J. Arwidl S 80 C IO 6.70 
[Freddie B Jr (HaJel 4.1D 

Ik Valor (Yortc) 7.ID 

I AM raa: Prtfly Talk, Tdrrid Ttao. 

. Slver queen Hniertutn Beau 

Buiniie, Touch O £rln, Uoyde Imace 
Time 1:1S 3-5 
Quinella paid 112.80. 


Heudquarters for Electrobone TV. Stereo and compoaento. 

Sidney Victorto 

Tim Bearnn 742 Fort 8t. 

«M-97n $83-2104 


GIVE US The opportunity to 
put you into a new VOLKSWAGEN 

FOR 36 MONTHS, 

WHILE WE CAN ! 


ALTASWEET NO. 1 WHITE 


Second Race-«IJS0a clalmins, tta«e SeeenOi Rare. Flra dIrtMn (40.0411 
year^ldi. aoa aul rae-aIxteeiA mllea. WIU Rogers St Ma e , Ibrae year olda. 
Judge Al G. cons and gcldingt. one mile. «n turf:, 

meree) 110 00 4121143.20 isim (CHHobb) OW.V 4400 44.041 

Betty's EMc 9 iLaantMli im a.OO Sugar leal iRoralea) USD (.44. 

Conmanar Oner iRaaBleo 7« Mr Wl«le maeay Jr) 3.44 

AJao ran: On Line, Earr-ThuiBp. Also Van: HH a Holmcr, RJpple Mark, 
T>etennlned Clny. Col A Deal. Lisa teuaa^l Caorge, ficalbach. WilkawiA, 
Arlene, Prowling Prince, lima: 4:4 1-4 Pwweaoa Wait Time 1:33 4-S. 

Dally Double paid HI 80 

Hilrd Race K.noo. aUowancea Owo- 
yrar-oW nJHea. (Ira (urlor«a 

Siaaaiwi lPlerre> «L140S6 2 <i (2 60 geldings, one mile, on lurf- 

Ring Bella iVetoaquen 4 00 O.W.JWH^psJS « 8 .“ 4a« » • 




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FtlUi Race—Si.tui, ctaMnli 


River Buoy 
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Shlnlre Count (Lsfnherti 
Hartt 0( Hart (Te)elrai 


LEGION Si NEWS 


Local Boxers 
Suffer Losses 

UANGUBY — Fred Brygadyr 

and Jim Humber of Langford 
Boys' Gub ware defeated in the 
a Amateur 


Gov't Inspected, Eod Cut 


PEANUT 

BUHER 


Sour luto the W %—MOO Membership Goal for the Zone 


British C o 1 u m b i 
boxii^ cbsmpitMMps Friday. I 
Brygadyr drc^iped a decision I 
to Dave Wood of Prince Geo^e i 
in the 8&i>eund division. Arnold 
Kelly of Matn|ui^uma»-Abbote- 
ford scored a feclmical knockout 
over Humber In a 112-pound 
match. 


In Conunemoration of the 25th Anniversary of the Liberation of Holland, a Ceremony Will Be Held at 

The CenoUidi Tuaulay, May 5th, at 6:45 p.m. 

AUi V£T£BANS URGEID TO ATTEND 


Gov’t iBipected lb. 


Encore 


S«4ft Prwnt u m 


^0^ DetergieRt 99 


1-lb. vacuum pack 


825 Coortaey Stoeet 
See.-Mj;r. W. D. Crowder. 384-7814 


DENVER (AP) - Coach Don I 
Henderson of the U.S men's 
alpine ikl team laid Saturday 
he is resigning offeetive Junp 1 . 
Hendenon, 45, said he was 
quitting far pertonal reasona 
and because "T wouldn't want to 
stay the length of time I Aink 
ih^ program needs." 


Allen 


Majtwell Hoiiae 


PBE81DENT-8 MESSAGE Under the able chairmanship of Com. C. Mills, wc 
continue to enjoy a good variety of entertainment, however there have been slight 
changes made. ITie weekly program of the Branch's entertaiionent ia noted below. 

-Om. 4. LAMPORT 

LADfES AUXILIABT: General Meeting - 21 April. 1970 — T;D p.m. 

SPORTS: The Fall and winter sports program has been completed. In next 
mondi'f news release, die status of die teams which are sponsMwd by your 
Branch will be annouo^d. 

ENTEB'EAIMMENT: Concerto are heid evwiy 'Hiirsday and Saturday nights, 
9:15-11:15 p.lil. 

Dance to Mumparies and his music every Friday night, 9:1S -11:15 p.m. 
(Draws and door prteea each night! 

Next Geoenl Bleetkq; —^ April 14, IGM, 8 p.m. 


PRESIDENT'S SIGNAL 

The General Meeting on Wed¬ 
nesday, April 15, Is a very spe¬ 
cial oceasloii. We shall be dis- 
cstssing South Van. Isle Budget 


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622 Admirals Bd. Williun gtowart, Beeratary-Muumer 385-021$ 

OFFICERS ELECTED AT THE ANNUAL MBETINO: A. M. Muse, President: E. S. 
Casseb. lat Vlc«4»reaktent: T W- Smith, tod Vlee-Prwldent; R. A. McMillan, Sgt.-at- 
Arms; Execotlve; E. L. Jones, H. R. Avery, A. E. Robinson, Mrs. J. Randall, 0. H. 
Watson, H. Norman and Mn. M. HamUton. 

Padre: Archdeacon A. E. Bendy; Sendee Officer: W. Stewart. 

Honorary President: Mayor Arthur G. Youi^. 

Nwt Oeaeral Meettog: bi the Loiiage or Wed., April 15. 1970 at 8 p.m. 
May DiVA. Wednesday, May 6, 1970 at 8 p.m. 


Senatihe Prleei 

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Burnaby Tyees bold a IS-p^int 


lead over Canadian Dolphins of 
Vancouver after Saturday's 
eventa in the Victoria Olym¬ 
pians’ invitttumal swim meet at 
the Crystal Garden. 

Tyees have 158 points alter 28 
of 62 events in the two-day 
competition, loliowed by Dol¬ 
phins with 139, Port Albemi 
Aquatic Gub with 135 and die 
host O^mpians sirttb 103. 

Patti Steohouse, not com¬ 
peting for any of the lli 
participatliig clubs, was the only 


Norsemen 


20 exposure roll. Processing includ¬ 
ed. Limit 2 rolls per customer. 

9 o’clock Special, each 

Cameras, Mala Pluor 


Dressy and tailored styles. Some with suede 
straps, others have expansion bracelets. 

Q89^ Q88 

Sped^ each tO ^7 

Watohea. Bfata Flaar 


Reg. 1.39. Save 40c 

Listerine 

Antiseptic mouth wash and 
gargle, 22-oz. bottle. Limit 2 per 
customer. 9 o’Clock Special, each ^7 ^7 

Dms gandrles, Main Floor 


Reg. 1.59. Save 80c 

Softique Bath Oil 


Softens and smooths your skin, i 
2.5-oz. bottle. Limit 2 per cos- • 
fomer. 9 o'Clock Special, each 

Drac Baadrlea, Mala Floor 


14 Price 

Women’s Shoes 

Broken lines and oddments in dress a 
and casual shoes. Mostly in dark I 
colours. 9 o’Cloek Special, each % 
Womea's Bhoea, Hoar at FaaMoa 


Reg. 2.99. Save 1.00 

Slazenger Tennis Balls 


One of the world’s best balls, in new, white 
nylcMi armoured cover. Pressure-packed in tins 
of three. ^ 

Limit 4 tins per customer. I Ircf 

9 o’clock Special, tin 

Sportlax Oooda, Maia Roar 
Home F^rafahkagi 


Reg. 4.99. Holf price. 

Women’s Pullovers 

Medium wei^t Acrylic. Crew neck wii 
back zip dosing. Short sleeve. 

Pink, blue, yellow, green. Sia« 34 ^#^1 
to 40. 9 o’clock SpMial, each 

Oewaalalre Badget Stsre 


Reg. 1.50. SoveSIc 

Paint-by-Numbers Kit 


“Black Magic” painting kit comes with black 
panel to create 8%xl0% design 
‘An artist with your flrst try.’ Bif LflC 
9 o’clock Special, eadh 

IVoa. E«w«r Mala Fleer 


Reg. 1.99 fo 3.48 

Children's Clothing 

Clothing oddments, consisting of slims, T- 
shirts, shorts, cotton shifts in 
broken sizes up to size 6. 

9 o’clock Special, each 9 

ChUdrea’s Wear, ntrd Fleer 


Reg. 1.99. Holf price. 

Bath Towels 


Large size, soft and absorbent Plains and 
florals. Just the thing for bath 
or beach. Vlvl^ 

9 o’clock Special, each ^ ^ 

Dewaetalra Badgct Storv 


Reg. 1.25. Save 36c 

Dunlop 65 Golf Balls 


Tough outer cover. Very pt^nilar good quality 
ball that for decisive goU game. 

Limit 6 per customer. 

9 o’clock Special, Mch ^7^7 

SpertlBir Geadi, Btala Ftoor 
Heme Faraiebtage llaimig 


Reg. 3.98. Save 1.99 

Girls' Terry Shorts 


Yellow, brown white in broken size 
range 8 to 14, for a sporting 
look. 9 o’Cloek Sprrlal, pair 

CUIdreo's Wear, TWrd Fleer 


Reg. 8.99. Save Vi Price 

Girls’ Ski Jackets 

Quilted nylcxi, rayon lining. Instructor’s length, 
bdted with hidden hood. Size 8 to m ^ rv 


9 o’clock Special, each 

P ew art aiia Badge! Store 


Sove on spring values 

Boys’ Terry Socks 

Stretch socks of washable terry. Sizes 8 

to lOV^. Assorted 

colours. palTs*^ 

9 o’clock Special O for ■ 9 

Beye’ Wear, lldtd Fleer 


Ord. 1.50. Save 71c. 

Panty-Hose 


Trim fitting super-stretch, all nylon, re-inforced 
panty with nude heels. 2 sizes, mm 
beige, suntan. 

9 o’clock Special, each I ^7 

Hoolery, Maia Floor 


Reg. 5.99 to 6.99 

Men’s, Women’s 
Casual Shoes 

Suede uppers, tie styl«. Foam rub- jm , 
ber soles. Broken styles and sizes. Ym < 
9 o’clock Spec^ ea^ 

Dawaatyri Badget StoM 


Reg. 1.49. Save 50c 

Sportswear Oddments 

Roll sleeve, shirt blouses in prints, plains. Small 
siz^ only. Sleeveless, nylon stripe tops, clear¬ 
ance of higher priced sportswear. 

9 o’clock Special, each 

SportswMtr. Mala Flaar 


The Corporation of the District <rf Saanich 

ATTENTION SAANICH RESIDENTS 
ANNUAL SPRING CLEAN-UP 

April 19th to April 24th, 1970 

The Saanich tbiblic Works Department wiU pick up 
discarded material during the period April 13th to April 
24th’inclusive. 

For the purpose of organizing the collection, the Muni¬ 
cipality tras been divided into 5 areas, as shown on the 
map below; 


BKSTR1CT10N8 ON MATERIAL—No article larger than 
a hot water tank or weighing more than 80 lbs. No 
rocka, stones, broken brick or ccmcrete, garbage or garden 
refuse, inflammable liquid. Bundles must be packaj^ or 
tied securely. 

Do sot use your regular garbage caa. 

This operatum is separate from the normal garbage 
collection. 

MATERIAL ML8T BE PIACED ON THE SIDE OF THE 
PUBLIC ROAD IN PLAIN VIEW AT THE TIME INDI¬ 
CATED BELOW FOR EACH ABEA.~ 

AREA I—a a.m. Monday, April 18th 

i — 8 a.ni. WedneMday, April IStta 
9—8 a.m. Monday, April zoth 
t—8 a.m. Wednenday, April ttnd 
8 a.ni. Thursday, April 2Srd 

It is not Intended to clean up any Area in the day in¬ 
dicated. Thtrefore, it may oc necessary to leave Ae 
material on the roadside overnight. 

Hiero will be so return trips ter material placed oat 
after tiM coilectfoD passes. 

Direct all laqalrles to the Public Works Office. 47l-in8. 

N, W. Life. P, Eng., 
Municipal Engineer 


14 Bltlq aolonilt. Victoria, 6.C , Sundoy, April 12, 1970 


Tyees Lead |p ATT^KI’Q 

Swim Meet t—/v I I N O 


BUY LINE 388-4373 
Sfore Inforniafion 382-7141 


Sumaby T>c«i 
CuiadUn Ootatiloi 
Port AUanl ac 
VKMHs OimSm 
ArbaBM ac 
JSM as P\BS OBOoes 
Morih Vaaeoavar 
Port Amaiaa SC 
HflOrinni 

VaaoMMr Amateoc 


Pta acS4«nl tndiviilual naSay: 0 PatU 
ISe SienlMuaa NA; S. Bretak Baaricc Bt: Z 
in iiKb' Thenpaan VO. TUm 1:9.9. 

^ SnVyvd madlay ratap: 0. Buniaby 
^ tyeea "A": 3. Port Alfaanri iC: 2 
£ Canatilan Oul|Mfii "B". Ilaa 


28 SOfr^arda freettyU; 1 . RafxB BMm 
7 PAAC; 1 Paw Stanhwiae NA: I. Mrtay 


swiQuner to s^iture two vie*| 
torlcs. MQas Steidtouse won the 
lOO-ytid freestyle and 20(l-yard 
indlvldOBl medley eventa in the 
13-14 age class and was second 
to Port Albernl'aRandi Bjune in! 
the open 400-yazd freestyle race.. 

The meet,.lari major event to 
be held at me pool wMch Is to 
be replaced bV a new complex 
at Central Paik, resiunea today 
witb heats at 9 a.m. and finals 
at 5 p.m. 

Saturday results: 

nova- xvKNie 

18 WMI VaSar 

lOO-ywdi irttatait: 1 . MIkS BlarkrtoGlc 
ST: d. Burty BT; 8. lUdisrd 

Gray iPAAC Ttroe 1:015. 

i<w-yaM« bactcMr^; 1 . ShauA auiiy 
BT. Z WaOa FlciMns H: 0. Richwd 
Cray PAAC Tjms l:iaA 

20 O.)«nl fnrtUqi relay: 1. Bumaby 
Tyaaa; 3. Canadian DolpMns; 5. Korth 
VaMcuvar ‘A". Tbna 2:29.:: 

ll-U 

aoOryarda fnastyla: 1 . HMiati Ker 
ASC; 1 Slave PIdeeU CD; 3. Ian Moul 
ASC Tima 0:16.1 

mOwdi tertcalrtla 1 . Stave PMall 
CD; 1 Date Loi« JdF; B Mkhad Ker 
ASC. Tima 1:06.9. 

SOOTiard nadlay relay: 1 . Juan da 
Fuca CrtKiai: 3 . Arbutua SC; 8 . Port 
Anselea. Tima S:M. 6 . 


Llinch 
First Place 


Un-yardf Iraaslyle: B. John Swanson 
ASC: 2. GeoiM GtdRier VO; 3. Den 
Maer^fden A9C. Tima ST.4. 

2(IO-yard Indlvldua] meday' ]. Gaorsa 
Goltono- VD: 2. Paul Jaune BT: a. 
Buddy Platt JdF. Ttma 2:87.0. 

SO-yard owSw relay; 3. Vlctorta 
OtyavlaBa ‘A”. 3. Burnaby Tyees ‘A"; 
8 Ai^tua SC Ttme 2:02 7 


4as.yaril< Ifs art yla 1. Sa/Kfe Shearer 
PAAC; 2. Paul B(«hM CD; 6. Bruu 
Sham* PAAC. Time 4:16.6. 

badoctrokr: 3. Paul Biulwi 
CD: 2 Robert Tollettan CD: a. BlU 
Sbanmod Va Tteia 2;}L4. 

2a>-yarda tnMtahvAe; a. Gres Stone 
VO: S Saitfy Sbaaiw PAAC: T Mike 
Certrr CS). iW 3 *13 
ICO-yaiBi tMttaiOy: 1 Biuca Robertson 
CD: 2 Jtm Gollmar VO: 6. Saixb 
Shearea PAAC. Time SB.S. 

adO-yard eosSlay relay; 1. CaOMVan 
DoitdM: 2, Vletcrla OlyRvUns -A"; & 
Port ABenil AC. Ttma 4:08.3 

niBiii’ KVBms 
le sai llnOar 

KA-yardi freaityle: 0. Jenny Milk) 
PAST: 3. Uo<M l^ala PAAC: 3 Sarah 
MacDunald BCC limt 1:J3.T. 

iQOyardi ba«B>aUi)fca: 1. KIki Qdlen 
BTSC. 3. Sarah Mw-DoniiM BCC: S 
Gall YariMk CD Tima 120.9 
BD-yard inadley relaa-. 1. Norlfa| 
V«neauv«r; 2. Bwnaby Tyaei ‘A": 3. i 
HollybuiK TbiM 2:34 9. | 

li-U I 

100-yardi fr eestyle; 1. Undtaj T«r- 
raitea ASC; 2 Suaan Clilort PAAC: Z 
Laaey Mara ASC Tima J;4S.9. 

iQO-yardt bacfestrolie; 1. Mariana 
Hartiwll NA; 2. Debbie aeiwUcii CD: 3. 
VaJ Braldm PAAC Time 1702 9 
2aD.yardi medley relay: 1. Canadian 
nulpMna. 2. Victoria Olynvtani "A": 0. 
Port Albend AC. Tima 3:17.2. 
u-u 

lOO-yardi freeatylit: 1. Patti SteiAouee 
NA: 2. Judy TTiomipaon VO; 3. Irene 
Und BT Tima 1:01.1 


Stretch Win 

HALLANDALE, Fig. (AP)-J. 
A. Bell’s One For All came 
through along the inside to edge 
Snow Sporting by half a length 
Saturday in the 397.G00 Pan 
American Handicap at Gulf- 
stream Park. Eaglesham 
finished third and Oristano was 
fourth. 


University of Victoria Norse¬ 
men clinched first place in the 
second division of the Victoria 
and District Soccer League on 
Saturday by playing to a 4-4 
draw with Saanich Peninstfla. 

The point gave Norsemen, 
who missed the title by two 
points last season, 36 prints 
with one game remaining. Dun¬ 
can Village Green, the only 
team with a chance to catch 
Norsemen before the game, has 
31 points with two games 
remaining. 

John Pennington. Dave Fish, 
Scott Taylor and Tony Cocking 
scored for UVic at Rose Street 
Park. Carl Olsen, with two 
goals, Mike Gabriel and Charlie 
Sam scored for Saanich. 

WESTS WIN 

Victoria West prevented Lon¬ 
don Boxing Club from taking 
over second place with a 5-2 
victory at Central Park. 

The loss seriously dampened 
Boxers' chances of winning 
promotion to the first division. 
UVic, with a team already in 
the first division, is not eligible 
to move up. 

Village Green has the inside 
track with two games re¬ 
maining to one for Coffee 
House, tied in prints with 
Duncan, and London Boxing, 
which is one print behind. 

Vern Black, with three goals, 
Steve Newell and Bill Tam- 
^borino scored for Wests. Ron 
I Armstrong and ^ve Pef ters 
scored for Boxers. 


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LOCAL NEWS 



l^ilS 


(E8TABU8HED ISM) 



SECOND NEWS SECTION 


VICTOJRU, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SUNDAY, APRIL 12, 1970 


PAGE FIFTEEN 



-JM Rna 

Gaglardiy OhzettskiyWelchy Mrs. Langstaff and Abbott 

Government Clinic 
Abortions Urged 


Abortiooa should be per* 
formed at govemmenfr-run 
clinics, a Vancouver obstetri¬ 
cian said Saturday. 

Dr. John Miller, an asso¬ 
ciate professor in the Uni¬ 
versity of B.C.’s medical 
school, suggested that sudi 
clinics would take the pro¬ 
cedure out of the hands oi a 
small group of doctors that it 
"unfairly involves." 

Speaking at a seminar 
organized by Victoria Jaycee- 
ettes, he said doctoivmeinbeTs 
of therapeutic abortion com¬ 


mittees were under excessive 
pressures. 

Those pressures force 
members of the committees 
into anonymity. Dr. Millar 
added. 

★ ★ * 

Between 70 and 90 per cent 
of the applications going to 
such committees are made on 
. psychiatric grounds and be 
wondered whether aborttons 
were beco,ming part of 
psychiatric medicine. 

Contributions from other 
members of the panel: 


Timing and Size 
In Question 
On Hospital Vote 


Capital Region hospital 
board directors are having 
•oeaod thoughts about a 
gSO.OOO.OOO to $4&.0a0.00Q hos¬ 
pital referendum originally 
scheduled tor die fall, says 
chairman Hugh CurtiB 
"There will be another 
boapltal referendum, of this 
there is no doubt,” Curtis said 
Saturday. "But as to Its 
timing and size — I would 
want to be In a position to 
measure the impact of our 
e.ctended care beds before 
aaieing tor huge sums for 
scute care." 


Ihe referendum, he pre- 
dleted. will be for far less 
UWA the 145.000.000 usually 
mentioned by Capital Region 
hoapital board authorities 

Ckirtis said many attitudes 
and ideas had changed since 
the Agnew. Peckham report 
and in many ways that qeport 
was outmo^. 

The (40,000 Agnew Peckham 
report was presented to the 
ho^ital board in May. 1968. It 
outlined hospital bed needs 
for the Capital Region. 

"The new stress is wi poet- 
acute care, which is a kind of 
convalescent care for patients 
recovering from surgery, on 
day surgery, extended care 
mnI home nursing as cheaper 
ways of answering needs. 

* * * 

"If these new kinds of 
facilities are built we just 
dwi’t know if there would be 
a need for more acute care 
facilities." said Curtis. 

"I am coming to the 
conclusion that we may find it 
unncoessary to put a massive 
acute-carc referendum to the 
people at all. 


Executives 
Honor Boy 

Ravin HaxeU, IS. 4790 Loch- 
sida,i Saanich, a Grade 11 
studat at Claremont high 
scho^. who recently won 
second prize in the national 
salesman of the year contest 
sponaored by Junior Achteve- 
ment, will be honored at a 
meeting of Victmda Sales and 
Marketing Executives at 6:30 
p.m. Monday at the McPher¬ 
son Reitauram 
Ernest Hldiardson. presi¬ 
dent of B.C. Telephone Oo.. 
wIB be guest speaker at the 
meeting. 


"This is not to say that we 
can avoid capital costs for 
hosiiitals, but I really think 
there are other needs and we 
should measure the impact of 
other forms of care before we 
make up our minds just what 
buildings vre need.” 

★ ♦ ♦ 

Curtis said that although he 
has decried the delay In 
getting a referendum ready 
for the people, he now feels 
that that delay will prova 
fortunate for the taxpayer*. 

"It is to his credit that 
(health minister) Loffmark 
proposed in 1968 that we 
separate extended and acute- 
I^iases of hospital building so 
that we could go ahead with 
our extended-care referen¬ 
dum. 

"We shall have those beds 
and see how they will relieve 
present acute-care hospitals,” 
he said. 

Capital Region hospital 
board deputy chairman Jim 
Gumming said he believes 
some kind of referendum for 
acute-care facilities will be 
needed, but it will be mini¬ 
mal. in line with toe need to 
get cheaper beds built. 

★ ★ * 

"4 believe we should try to 
get ahead with the 75-acute 
beds planned for the new 
replaaement for Resthaven 
Hospital,” he .said. 

"We also need money to 
imorove surgeries and other 
facilities in St. Joseph's and 
Royal Jubilee.” 

He said indications are that 
extended care beds now being 
planned will fill up as soon as 
they are built, with many 
patients sick enough to be 
transferred from private hos¬ 
pitals as soon as possible. 

"I believe we shall need 
more exteoded-care beds be¬ 
fore our present program is 
finished and we do need to go 
ahead with cheaper programs 
if the provincial goveirunent 
will authorize them.” 

* ♦ .4 

Oak Bay MLA Dr. Scott 
Wallace, who has advocated a 
different approach to hospital 
planning, welcomed Curtis' 
new approach. 

‘"nte trouble was that the 
Agnew, Peckham report dealt 
In bed numbers only, not with 
precise needs. He didn’t go 
into toe various areas of care 
needed. 

"Bed types are as Impor¬ 
tant as bed numbers, especi- 
aliy If you want to give toe 
best possible service at the 
lowest price.” said Wallace. 


"I'd love to work ... it 
would be wonderful," Mrs. 
Donna Langstaff. a welfare 
recipient for six years, told 
Saturday's forum on welfare 
at toe University of Victoria. 

She went on to explain that 
she has four chtidren, the 
youngest of whom wiH be 
entering school for toe first 
time in September 

However, each time toe 
thought of finding a job has 
entered her mind she has 
wondered about the children, 
who would have neither a 
father or mother at home. 

Mrs. Langstaff. a past 
president of toe Victoria Low 
Income Group, was a speaker 
on toe forum. 

Welfare Minister Philip 
G a g 1 a r d i, who has con¬ 
sistently advocated finding a 
job as a solution to welfare 
problems, also was on toe 
panel. 

His advice to Mrs. Lang- 
■taff: stay home wkh your 
children and toe government 
will be pleased to see that 
this is possible. 






Msgr. Michael O’Connell of 
the Roman Oatholie Okorch — 
The problem of the unwanted 
child cannot be solved by 
abortion. The woman wanting 
an abortion has problems that 
might be solved by more 
com passion and concrete 
help. 

”We do not know whoi that 
growing organism (the fetus) 
is fully human and is a 
person. 1 wonder if we will 
ever know with oomiriete 
certainty. 

"We would (tty accepting 
legalized abortion) be 
acknowledging a very dan¬ 
gerous principle and I can see 
that any number of people 
might be considered e^ 
pendable." 

Rev. Laura Butler of 
MetropoNtau United Church 

Abortion only treats the 
syznptom of a problem and 
there are many reasons why 
a woman may not want to 
bear a child. 

"My own belief is that a 
woman who does not want to 
bring a child into the world 
should have someone to listen 
to her. 

“If a woman can't provide 
for a child, society helps. 
Society should also help twr 
when she is considering 
abortion. 

"A woman should have 
access to a board with 
membership consistii^ of a 
social worker, doctor and 
lawyer — certainly someone 
who will listen to her. 

"If an abortion is granted 
by the board, she would take 
a certificate to her doctor and 
it that doctor says it’s safe 
then she should have toe 
abortion. 

"In addition, there is toe 
question of the child's rights, 
and protection of children has 
always been one of society's 
interests. 

"But toe question remains: 
Is abortion the most loving 
and realistic alternative for 
all concern^?” 

Louis Lluflholm. m Victoria 
lawyer — Current laws are 
unsatisfactory. If a law is to 
be respected, it must be 
equated with the mores of 
society. ' 

"A woman seeking an 
abortion has great difficulty 
satisfying her doctor, then the 
therapeutic abortion commit¬ 
tee. of toe need of such 
surgery. 

‘"nie distinction between in- 
eit tissue and a living human 
in the womb was made as 
early as 1634 but. after toat, 
the law became more rigid. 

“It abortion is necessary, it 
should occur before the fetus 
might be defined as a separ¬ 
ate human being. In any case, 
the decision of whether or not 
to have an abortion should be 
made privately by a woman 
and her doctcr 


Family 

Forum 

Slated 

A public forum will be held 
by the Foster Parents’ As¬ 
sociation cd! the Family and 
Children's Service on toe 
topic Why Watt Until Too 
Lato, at 8 p.m., Wednesday in 
the Common Room of the 
E)wing Building at the Insti¬ 
tute of Adult Studies 
Questions to be discussed 
concern child abuse and 
whether llie ctxnmunity really 
cares for children. The panel 
consists of provincial Judge 
H. E. Alder of the Family and 
Qdldren's Court and lawyer 
Rtrnald Barber. 



—JIa Kyia 

About 150 persong attend Saturday's forums on abortion, and toeifarm 

No Room for Wayward 

Teen Trouble ^Costly^ 


Violet 


Seen 

In 

Passing 


VIolel Richards checking a 
bowl of Bireetheart roses. (A 
clem at a florist shop, she 
Uvea at 742 Lampson Street 
with her dau^ter, CtdleeD, 
17. Violet's hobtdes are sew¬ 
ing and swimming.) 
. . . Kmuus Blair talking 
. • . Dave Gates listening . . . 
Aaaa Rocfelort aad Harvey 
Plociffe eating candies . . . 
Adrieo Rom walking . . . Guy 
Whitman phoning long¬ 
distance . . Mike Harvey and 
Doug Edwards playing diess 
. Ana Scribner and Dave 
Roberts drinking coffee . . . 
Maareen TborDteu doing a 
Jigsaw puzzle . . Terry Pea- 
gelly visiting old friends . . . 
Mario Ej^ getting his car 
toned up . . . Manreea Konop- 
ski waiting for a swimming 
pool to open. 


By JOHN MATTERS 

An offidal of the Family 
and C h 11 d r e n's Service 
wondered out loud Saturday 
ndiether people in Greater 
Vietwia wlU close toeir eyes 
to a new problem in toe 
management o f wayward 
teenagers. 

Gonhm Welch, director of 
treatment services, was 
ipeakiiig during a panal dis¬ 
cussion at a University of 
Victoria public education 
seminar sponsored by Vic¬ 
toria Jaycee-ettes. 

"What are we going to do 
with the 17-yeBiM^ who won’t 
stay in line?" he said. "Be¬ 
fore, we sent him away to 
Braman Lake." 

* * 

Welch explained that the 
Brannan Lake institution is 
accepting only one-third the 
number of te«iagers it did 
because of its new treatment 
progAiins. 

At toe same time, police 
are required to turn over 
teanage offenders to welfare 
authorities under new B.C. 
legislation. 


"The police, schools and 
ourselves are throwing up our 
hands,” said Welch. "I tolnk 
we wilt be challenged to do 
something imaginative. We in 
Victoria could close our eyes 
to this [xxiblem but I hc^ we 
can come up wito somettdng. 

"We are trying to meet 
this need, but it will be socne- 
tolng pretty imaginativa and 
costly.". 

Later during the discussion, 
he wondered how some Vie- 
torians would react U a cen¬ 
tre for toe care of such teen¬ 
agers were opened in the 
lands. 

★ * ★ 

Welch was one of five meia- 
bers of a panel who discussed 
the problems of welfare re¬ 
cipients. Other speakers were 
Welfare Mnister Philip Gag- 
lardi; Walter Olszewski, vice- 
president of the Victoria Low 
Income Group; Mrs. Drama 
Langstaff, a past prekident 
of the group, and Dave 
Abbott, moderator of an open- 
line radio b)kiw. 

While the Family and 
Children’s Service does not 


After Hot Pancakes, 
Men Start a Church 


Forty members of Em¬ 
manuel Baptist Church have 
volunteered to clear the 2.7- 
acn site for a new church on 
Cedar Hiil Cross Road just 
east ot Henderson. 

The men were given a 
pancake and sausage break¬ 
fast Saturday morning by the 
women of the church on the 
site of the new buUding. 

The men have offered to 
clear land and in ethUtton to 
lay tile, paiat and do other 


jobs such as carpentry, brick¬ 
work, cement work and land¬ 
scaping. 

"We hope to dedicate the 
new church before Christ¬ 
mas,” the minister, Rev. 
Norman Archer, told the 
group. 

He said he was happy the 
new site Is so near the 
university "because we have 
a fair number of students in 
our congregation and we hope 
to get moee.” 


dispense payments to welfare 
recipients, Welch pointed out 
that the agency is well aware 
ot a person's need for a sound 
financial basis. 

There was a sincere 
attempt being made in B.C. 
to see toat such persons got 
enough money but at toe 
same time some of the work 
the Family and Children's 
Service attempts is "fouled 
up” because of low payments, 
Welch laid. 

He said about 95 per cent of 
the money used by the 
servlfig comes from the B.C. 
goyemment, while toe re- 
maiidng 5 0er coit is from 
donations and oemfounity 
funds. 

* ★ * 

Half of the Family and 
Chitdiw'^ iervice’s budget is 
spent on the maintenance of 
600 childreo In the Greater 
Victoria area, sold Welch. 

‘"nte money avaQable for 
these children is very 
generous,” he added. "It is 
the most flexible part of our . 
budget." 

“But the same flexibility is 
not there for toe children of 
families on social assistance.” 

Geglardi, who outlined the 
rehabilitative and jobCnding 
objectives of his deportment, 
was toe object of most of the 
questioning from the 
audience. 

★ * * 

For example, a father of 
eight whose family gets a 
welfare allowance of (490 a 
month protested that he could 
only find a job toat paid the 
minimum wage rate — $1.25 
an hour — and he pointed out 
toat he would have to work 24 
hours a day to support toe 
children. 

The man appeared as¬ 
tonished when moderator 


Grant Johnstone, after hear¬ 
ing the amount of the welfare 
allowance, said: ‘Tm going 
to quit my job.” 

Oiszewaki said public hous¬ 
ing and decent incomes 
should be toe government’s 
first objectives for welfare 
recipients. • 

He also asked why Gaglailli 
had not consulted the im¬ 
poverished people before be 
launched his new department 
of rehabiiltatiffl) and social 
improvement. 

* * * 

"He should rehabilitate the 
social workers, not the poor," 
said OlszewsM. “He should 
study toe welfare department, 
not toe poor. Too muCh 
money has been spent study¬ 
ing toe poor.” 

In addition to we^are funds, 
the government was alK 
helping toe handicapped, re¬ 
tarded, olcohoiKB and "dope 
addicts," said Gaglaidi. 

Kay Di»)n, toe raily matp - 
ber ^ the audience who 
waving a sign, asked Gaglai^ t 
what he was doing for the 
wradc addict. She had Worked 
all her life end got nowhere, 
she said. a 


Arctic Expert 
Guest Speaker 

Micbael Marsden, a fonzivr 
consultant with McGill UfR- 
versity’s Arctic Ternffo 
Studies Group, will be 
Victoria Wednesday to 
dresB the Canadian Club i)t 
Canada's luncheon meeting ^t 
the Empress. TTw topic of toe 
Sir George Williams Univer¬ 
sity geography pnrfessor wUl 
be Can Ibe EskiDM Burvivef 
Marsden has made several 
trips to toe Arctic. 



More Police 
For Saanich 




Tons Againt Pollution 


Once again youth was in lorelropt of 
fight against pollution as 300 to 400 
stu(jents rid many Greater Viotoria 
homes Saturday of abtMit five tons of 
pesticides. Jane Price, 13, of 8 
Gorge Road West, and Jcrfin Lyne, 
from B.C. Fish and \^ld!ife branch, 


display part of evidence of door-to* 
door collection that took in less than 
10 per cent of area homes. Program 
was held in conjunction with Nation¬ 
al Wildlife Week. No mishaps were 
reported. —(William A. Bouc^r.) 


By DON GAIN 

S a a n 1 c b m uniclpslity's 
police budget for 1970 will 
show a major jump over 1969. 
Mayor Hugh Curtis predicted 
Saturday. 

The reason is that the 
police commission is pro¬ 
posing a total of 12 additional 
men before the end of the 
year to c<^ with police work, 
the mayor explained. 

"The everyday activity of 
toe department has increased 
to an astODlshing extent In the 
last year and particularly in 
the last three months,” Curtis 
said. 

* * ★ 

"The police commission, 
while recognizing the need to 
keep costs as low as possible, 
has clearly recognized that 
we cannot hold the depart¬ 
ment at the strength v^ch 
exisfed in the past two years 
and continue to efficiently 
serve the residents of the 
municipality.'' 

Council will begin budget 
consideration at 7:30 p.m. 
Monday. Discussions will con¬ 
tinue on subsequent evenings 
until the mill rate Is set. 
hopefully Ity Wednesday. 


"We will start from a 
position of a potential in¬ 
crease of several mills,” the 
mayor said, "and I emphasize 
t)iat word 'potential' because 
undoubtedly the axe will fall 
in several areas.” 

* * * 

Requirements of the Capital 
Regional Board from Saanich 
should show a "very minor 
increase,” Curtis said. 

He said this is because toe 
Capital Regkm planning board 
cost currently Is shared over 
the total regirat and will 
partially offset the increase in 
expenses required by the 
regional board. 

WWW • 

They mayor said he expects 
welfare costs to be “one«of 
the shockers of the week,” 
because of toe doubling of toe 
local share in total welfare. 

"We wlU attempt to hold 
our road construction figure 
at toe same hi^ level as last 
year in order to keep up with 
toe demand of huge increages 
In traffic volume," toe mayor 
said. 

“We hope to cut estimates 
in half generally, from pro¬ 
visional td actual.” 


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Thinking Aloud 


One of the paradoxes of the 
American tax system Is that 
It's easier for a man to 
deduct a strange lady trcAn a 
business trip than It la to 
deduct tds own s^e. 

The authorities will believe 
that a strange lady could 
easily be of value to a 
buMneisman in the capacity 
of' a a|N»emry or what have 
you, but Uiey'K very skep¬ 
tical that a wtfe could serve 
any useful function. 

Not long ago, the Research 
Institute <A America put out a 
helpful guide for husbands 
wanting to deduct their wives 
from business trips they took 
together. 

* * a 

Here gre some of Gie 
suggestions made. The 
examples are mine. 

• During a trip, keep a 
record of all the services your 
wife performed that could be 
described aa aeoeaasry rather 
than merely helptal. One test: 
If your wife stayed home, 
would you have needed to 
bring someone else along? 

Example: Mrs. Plumbell's 
justification, "My husband, 
George Phimbell. would never 
have made It wldiput bringing 
me along. 

‘Tf I hadn't been in the 
room to receive the long 
dtstanoe call from Callfonila. 
I wouldn’t have been able to 
get George oft ttie golf 
course, and he roi^t have 
lost the Wordilngton Crushed 
Papaya account. 

"George’s friends and asso- 
elates told me many times 
during the convmttioD that if 1 
hadn’t come along he would 
have certainly brought some¬ 
body else witti him.” 

* a a 

• If possible, show vdiat 
business resulted from your 
wife's having accompanied 
you, for "nothing succeeds 
like aucoesB." 

I Kxample: "If It hadn’t been 

II lor my wife, Myra, I would 
. never have been able to 

ij unload those faulty mussel 
I valves on the Bureau of Off- 
, limits Drilling. The purchas¬ 


ing agent was so busy pinch* 
ing my wife under the table, 
that he signed the order 
without reading the specifica¬ 
tions. Myra was black and 
blue for a week." 

a a a 

• Keep any letters from 
customers received before or 
after a business trip showing 


that your wife’s presence was 
desired or appreciated. 

Ezam|ge: "Dear Archie, it 
was great seeing Priscilla at 
the knife sharpener’s conven¬ 
tion last week. She was really 
a sight for sore tyet and 
when she danced on the table, 
ti^less, at tiiree o’clock in ttie 
morning, she made the eon- 


Sheilah Graham 


ITiey're saying in Hollywood that Jaae Fonda will shortly 
announce that she is separating from Roger Vadim. Roger has 
a roving eye for the ladles whom he loves to strip in his 
films. But I do not know if this is the reason for the rumors. 

* * * 

How many quarrds can a couple have before they call it 
quks on the marriage? And I do mean the spiralling'spats in 
public between Elisabeth Taylor and Richard Barton. I 
always thought Richard was asking for trouble when he 
described Elizabeth's arms, legs, etc., in unflattering terms, 
soon after their mamage. Elizabeth smiled one those ti^t- 
lipped grimaces and her concealed chagrin is now showing. 
The soothsayers are saying the marriage wiU be over before 
the end of ihe year. Personally, I’ll be surprised 11 it is. 
Where would they go from there? And what about their 
children, his, hers and theirs? 

* * * 

The only project on the 1970 schedule of dalle Aadrows, is 
another television special. And evai that is not definite. What 
a strange change in her career. Her Sound of Music made 
more than $100,000,000 for 20th Century-Fox but Star! 
exploded into a damp squib. In both musicals Julie’s charm 
was showing. But in one she had & fine story. The other was 
dreary. But she was hardly to blame for that Well, there is 
always television. And Aaron SpelUi^ Is paying his top stars 
$20,000 for a 90-cnlnute segment. You will be seeing more and 
more of the top glamor names on special shows for TV. It' 
will be a long time for the expensive films to start up again 
In Hollywood. 

* * * 

!<•««■ Bacall has a clause in her cootract for Applause 
that if the stage hit is mode into a movie, she will repeat the 
role that the New Ymk: critica raved about. Wise girl. She 
does not want l^(rid Bergmoa or evm Katharine Repbara 
snitching it from her. 

■* * * 

Universal has (^tions for three more films with 

Genevieve B»J^. one film a year, "but I can refuse them.” 
the Qanadian actress told me. W)en Pm] Muni was 
under contract to Warner Brothers, he was allowed to 

refuse three scripts if he did not like them. Iben he could 
offer a script of his own. Ihis was how be was able to make 
Pasteur. whi<A dack Warner loetiwd. "No sex and a man 
with germs in his beard," he stamed. everyone was 
happy when the film swept the Oscar board. 


vention. All the wives are still 
talking about It. 

"I also want to tell you bow 
much we enjo^d the snake 
dance she led through the 
hotel In the early hours of the 
morning. 

"Here is your shora of the 
damage. We pewated it 
between PriscUla. Marge 
Bernbeim and Hilda Martm 
who seemed to have the bat 
time of all the women. I hope 
you’ll bring Priscilla next 
year. People are already 
inquiring if Mie’U be ttwre.” 

* * ♦ 

• Photographs of yotm 
wife with customers or other 
business associates (and of 
course their wivcf) may be 
heipfiil, at well as shots of 
her at their tectoriaa or other 
places of business. 

Example: Dear Sir, 
enclosed please find a aelec* 
ti<m of i^xitos taken «t our 
medical coeventten wUch I 
am enclosing «Mi lay tax 
retuni. 

The lady dealing the cards 
at our cabana in Nassau Is 
my wife. The other three gin 
players are Mrs. Selma 
Rosenkrantz, wife of Hie vloe- 
president of Hie Do or Die 
Surgical Supply Company; 
Mrs. Fxedettek Plttdown 
whote husband is pruMent of 
tile First National Blood P»rif 
frf Terrabaute, and Mrs. Jen¬ 
nifer CocA, wife ot Dr. Zetii 
Hombknver who is executive 
director of Medicare TVans- 
plant Mutual Fund. 

* * * 

Ihe second photo It of my 
wife visiting the first aid 
room at tile ParadiBe Island 
gambling casino, and the 
third photo shows here owim- 
ming in the ocean with acne 
cti the lewdkig neuroawgeoM 
from all over tie country.” 

'Itiue are only a few of the 
tips that are offered to Justify 
your wife going with you rni a 
businas trip. If you find It 
too much bother, the bat 
thing to do is leave your wtfe 
at home, and take oomeone 
witii you whom the iaems 
tax people trust. 


blossoms are finlMied. I should pefait 
out. tiKxtgh, that Rofw’s FMliarn 
seldom requlra mudi in tha way of 
pruabii as It is the dotetinl and leasi 
"pushy" of all the Pyraoantha family. 

UnleM your waH shrub is vary old 
and badly neglected, all you need do la 
out away any dead or diaeaaed wood 
and shorten any aboots which arc 
stidting out too far for symmetry. 

□ 

lEIJ'-SOWN DEa^HUflDm (E.S., 
BiliU Bay)-. I hardly think M M 
worthwhile saving the "volunteart" that 
spring up around atabUMied dumpe of 
delphlniuins. AH our modere varieties 
arc hi^ily twed plants, rather 
genetteaSy, and wtifle the sdf-oown 
■eedlingi are true ddphliHuns, they 
will nearly ahvays turn to bt peer, 
weedy things In oomparlaan with Ihoir 
parents. Hie Indlaerimlnate eroMlng 
between varieties cbums then to r wmi 
to Bometiilng approaohlng the wBd 
larkspur. 

Seeds of named delphiniums Ore 
good only when purdiasad tram gtosv- 
ers who control their croufaigi as 
carefully aa the breeders ef pedigreed 
cattle, impriscMiing the female or seed 
parent plants in screened harems, 
seeura from the sttention of any 
wandering bee. 


EGO SUBUA (J.R.W.. Victoria) — 
Yes, at one time it was quite common 
practice to use egg shells for starting 
seeds indoors, especially for very small 
plants. An egg carton will hdd the 
shells upright on a sunny windowsill. 
Till with a sandy loam soil, sow one 
seed in each shell, and water carefully, 
maintaining the soil only just barely 
moist, never soggy wet. An eye-dropper 
Is useful for watering, or an infant’s 
rectal syringe. 

When setting the plants out in the 
outooar garden, tap the bottom of the 


PEBBNNlAt. ASffliOirEKS 

(K.W., Sidney)— The oedinary sun¬ 
flower conunonly grown far Its meaty 
seeds is sn annual, but it has psrennlel 
reiativa which are hlgMy ornamental. 
One I like particulvly os a haok-^ow 
plant for a ptrei^al txarder is 
HtUantiius multiflonia Loddoo Gold, a 
Bvefoot {riant hloamlng from early 
August to iste September whh flowers 
whieh resemble yeltow dabUai. 

□ 


LAUREL BBBRICN (A.MeH.. 
Brentwood)— I can’t think ef any uaalul 
purpose for (he berrtes borne on your 
laurel hedge, although I beiteve tin M 
herbalists used to dlittil an oB from 
laurel berrtei and IcavM to be used as 
an embrocation to rriieve the pafa ot 
rheumatism. 

The leaves are aometima used In 
cooking in the same way aa bay leaves, 
but this appllM only to the true laurel 
— toe dierry laurel foliage is poisonous. 
□ 

FIBETMOBN PRUNING (N.H., 
Victorja)— 'Ihe best time to prune 
Pyracantiia rogersiana is in late June 
or early July, immediately after the 


SHdiliOW TURF (O.L., Lady¬ 
smith) — Since there is no deptil to toe 
grass in your lawn, it would appear that 
the soil just beiow the roots has 
"panned” or ha r m ed a hard, impendous 
layer, ‘nils is a fairly common 
c<^ition, usually leading to poor, 
imthrifty grass and an invasion of moes. 

About the beat remedy is to aerate 
your lawn with a hollow-tined fork or 
other aerating implement. The fork Is a 
special tool that punches hates in the 
8^, removing cores of soil, and by 
piercing the panned layer, air wBi be 
admitted, stimulating bacterial activity 
in the soil and allowing moisture to 
penetrate to some depth. 


A tewbond «(n doesn't look 
at other women" generally 
doan’t look at his own very 
much other. 

* e * 

One of the faw advantages 
of becomh^ liidepeDdentJy 
rich is that it should relieve 
one of tile noeassity for being 
hyiiacrltioa]; but It Is surpris- 
Ing how tew to this poaitkm 
take advantage of the e»mp- 
tk». 

e * * 

The most atgiropriate epi¬ 
taph for the 30th century was 
anticipated by Emerson in the 
19th. when he wrote: "Things 
are in the saddle, and ride 
mankind" 

a w * 

B we judged the long-term 
behavior of nations os rigor¬ 
ously as |we Judge tiie conduct 
of Indivlduais. which would 
escape sentence to a prison or 
a hmatk asylum? Only a 
small handful, at the most. 


Just as ilJnas has the 
power to spread, while health 

doan’t, so on the peycho- 

logical level, paslmism 
seems oontagious, while op¬ 
timism remains limited. 
(Likewise, "mob spirit" has 
never prompted any group to 
rush across town to perform 
a good deed.) 

* * * 

People who remarry are 
generally in a rut, for most of 
the time they ebrae a mate 
very much like the first, or 
else the complete opposite, 
which wQiits out just as 
poorly. 

* * * 

The basic difference be¬ 
tween American and the 
European approach to life is 
that the American regards it 
as a problem to be solved (by 
more machines and money), 
while the European regards it 
as a prediewnent to be got 


The networic official Who 
defends hit programming by 
saying toat "we are only 
giving the people what tiiey 
wont" would be shocked out 
of his sensM If the pmident 
of hla college proclaimed, "we 
have decided to give the 
students wfattt they wont” — 
yet the average mentality of 
TV viewers la constderatriy 
below that at college students. 

* * * 

Despite all our high moral 
protntatitms, the plain fact 
about the human race was 
spoken by Hadltt, when be 
observed: "If mankind bad 
wished for ptoat is right they 
might )Mve had It long ago.” 
* * a 

The man who is proudat of 
having no illusions, and 
claims he con see throu]tit 
peofrie, usually suffera at tiie 
same time from the fatal 
Ulusion tiiat he is opaque. 


Police or public nfftciels 
who force buys to cut off 
their long heir surely wfll be 
modeed end reviled In the 
history^xxricB of the future, 
for that is the price cf fat- 
heodednasi. 

d riTTM m msT 

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Coloolat OttMA CorrwpoodeBt| 
O T T A WA—Remember the' 


civil iervioe cutbacks was that 
jthe government must mean 


current fiscal year and (he the prectica of not mUngl 
deadline eet by Trudeau ter vacant poeitko would taka aart| 
reaching tfie new civil aervice fg about 19,000 Jobe, 
manpdwer levels, a grand total But that Je« 6.000 jobs to bej 
ct 14a civil servants had been eliminated, and the prime mli^i 
flred. later himself repeatedly con 

In ofiier terms, one^brteenth veyed the impression that ttreM j 
of 1 per cent of govern- s.OOO would be out looking for; 
ment’s emirioyees has been put other employment 
out of a job. This would be the CONFERENCE TOLD 
same as a private firm with ,, ^ .. 

1 am ( 4 ^___ He told an Ottawa news l 

1,600 employees firing one man. , . . ,_, _, . ; 


TOKYO (UPI) — Prince 
William’s wortcing days as a 
diplomat may be over. Queen 
Elizabeth's fint cousin is flying 


home soon to Britain to resume 
rc^al duties after two years in 
the British embassy in Tokyo. 

‘“niey want me back in 
Londm, 


Prince William of 
Gloucester said at a reception 
‘I’m not sure what Is 


LMs 


this week, 
in store for me, but I will be 
going to Tonga to represent tbe 
Queen at independence cere¬ 
monies." 

inilMii. 29, pSots (di own 
hgtit ahmft but wall not fly 
Ins plane to (he 'I>oneB Islmda, 
a PolynesiaD h k igdum in the 
Pacific, tor its kaiepaidence 
ceremcoia June 4. 


Mr SmSM. Ddmb LoS: to Mr. 
3e^m ftcfl « of Mr uS Mia 

MM Ototo. 5 t ftnarw ■. VMoto. 

ac 

I nie WRMInc 'WlM take sUm tot 
iSatoirrto y . May 2 . TSn •( 4:30 p.m., id 
'SI. Andrew'! teeUran Chora. MM 
'Smllh Aveme. Burnato', B.C 


Mr PWar W ISwa. an of Mr. wd 
Hia. L. Mn 1W UWrto Itoad. 

Ifia Ml Mbs all take ptaD* oo May 
3, isn at T p.in. to Ow Lady Star of 
the Sea Church, with Ravere*^ Ray 
mnd Delale rCBdaUng- 


Traaidder — Borkkolder 


hlttii^ tbe sauce in tbe 52nd St 
traps." 

He was often called ■ aeccRid 
Ring Lardner and was compar¬ 
ed wM) Jnoeph Oorawl, SkioiBlr 
Lewis and Ernest Hemingway, 


Raverond H W. Sciiay oOMatod a, 
IdoutSe-rtat ccranny to raMlaU Untoadl 
iChurah. n mday Anrfl Ulh. m, at, 
T:3D p.rB., ohcR Madeline Ihiiii. oiM 
IdaofHto' to Mr aM lln. Ronnan' 
i aMfiitod, 4BM tAyrtU AWtoue ea-1 
ichanoed vtm wMh Mr Ediwd Ultoiacl, 
I rrad) IWle;. an to Hr. and Mn.' 


Mn. WBfrod Ihsttar to Nieitoan. Tbar CWltoS mmm 

lonMlT to Cmmo. M.. Md Mr. wmIMM haaM rS 
□end Jtoa DavlM, tatj an to Mr. aad rwww nan MMi 

Mr*. Jttoe D. TtoviM. SBM Gam V1e« «aa eme. Ite onrS 
Drive. Vlctacla. look pina to rinafinn nMa «■)' pM csonttv 


AHierU 


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Mtoriao, Ur. ntd Mr* DatoH have 
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ftiilB ( EoUmiat Victorio, B.C., Sundoy, April 12, 1970 


Federal Job Still Has Its Security 


By MABJOBIE NICHOLS the reaction to the announced] it gjiguy he noted that therel^clared "redteidant. 


WUJiam 


Diplomat 

Duties 

A._ 


federal covemmMt'a eiiateritv —IL-« 4^ , ... WMnwg menus, OCR me crancn 

drive announced last summer *■ definitely over and the 1^1* means Ont as a coo- tum 

Stte^ri^^tatater* lequeace of Trudeatfi sen 

tv the pnnle mlnlater. civil servants, and certainly not announcement, ail <i Itie chai 

On Aug. 13. Tnideau an- several thousand at a time. Stooe last August, a total of government departments and emr 

nounced that departmental bud- While loo^ politidanB worried ^ foderal employees have been agencies came up with the Tbe 

gets for the current fiscal year and fretted about the effects ~ - - • - ■ — 

would be frozen and the dvil this mass firing would hava on 
service estaWtohment reitoced the local economy. It can 

by 10 per cent, or about 25,000 probably be falrty said that T . 

J®**- elsewhere across the country Jt 

In ttie capital, where tbe clvU there were few tears *ed. f ^’3 Mj 

service is the major IndiBtiy, V— 

there was near panic. OvU ™ KNOWT ^ ^ 

servants dentonstrated on Peril- questioeu fiiat inust ndw 

ament HiU and the opposition ^ asked, however, are: Did 
parties btestod tbe Tnideau Tmdeau know aD ekmg that 

goverament for ita "odd- • <ew hundred dvil ser> ¥ B 

blooded" and "heartiess” ded- would be affectedr and. if ^ 

skm to put govensnent em- *>, was it right to use the \ 

ployees out on the street fai the federal civil servire timiT 
name of austerity. Trudeau, in falmewi, made It 

—^ryra ™ clear at tbe outset that 25,000 

FACTTS DT government employees would I 

Well, tee teds are now fai. As twi» Ka nut mit n# > ink Un iw 


It shoidd be noted that there dedared “redundant," to use names of 933 employees whom found other employment withinibe placed But in view at tee 

a posaibility a fete more clvU ^ «*vil service jargon invented th^r Judged they could do the civil service for S3 of these fact that John Caremi Ow 

rvants may be fired in tbe »P«lafiy for the austerity w^om. As has already been sUted, commission dialrman estt. 

using mcntks, bat the crunch campaigp. These names were teen tee onmmIssicHi faUed to find mates hat total layofls’wfil i»t 

definitely over and the means teat as a oon- turned over to tee public alternate smployment tor 145. total more tean 200 it means 

•wvorians still stand. lequeace of Trudeatfs serrtoe oommlsaieei, wW^h was who are now probably out chanc* are good oteer emoloy- 

Stooe last Aoeiist a total of ^ alternate knking for other jobs. ment will be found for all but 

a^^emS^re hare^ fipvernment departinenta ^ ^ployment for these sfiected. On March 31. that left 235 about 50 of tessa last redun- 

tsoerai employees have been agencies esme up with the Tbe comrobslco suooenfully "redimdant” employees stiii to dsioies 




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SMAHa, Afiwxvriz 

"Goodness, no," William said. 
"They wnild not let me arrive 
flying my own airplane. I have 
to arrive in a more dignified 
manner" 

William, eldest son of tee 
Duke of Gloucester, the Queen's 
uncle, flew his airplane to 
Ti^o from Lond(» In 1968 
vteen tee British govenunent 
posted him to its Tokyo em¬ 
bassy as a second secretary in 
the comoiercial department. 

His name is 20te in order of 
precedence in the British em¬ 
bassy, headed by veteran career 
diploinat Sir John Pilcher. With¬ 
out a drop of royal blood in his 
veins. Sir John addresses his 
titled secimd secretary simply 
as “William.’’ 

PALACB DINNER 

But the prince receives more 
Invitations than most second i 
secretaries, third lowest ranking, 
In an embassy. He Ims eveni 
been kivtoed to dtanr by Em¬ 
peror Hlrohtto and Empress 
Nagako in teeir 136,000,000 
palace 1 n tee 17te-century, 
wooded imperial grounds in the 
centre of Tdrvo. 


xmugn civu servanis in vn- concern, or me Mcai pouncians 
tawa were unnecessarily spend- and MPs who pleaded for 
ling alwpless nights worrying clem«icy on tee part of their 
labout their jobs, it must be said government employee odiw 
Iteat outside tee national capital stiteents. 


m. Md Mr*. Ms C Mnr. M 

MAsMd iiPin, via«i* air. »• 

gn^rcsXTrTM? 

Stabwt iMton Itonpoaa. vtorto tos to 
Mr. Md Mr* WMtom J. Wnontos. 
WiiStoaft. Mktotate. 

Wtc 4iwrliSrf iriS Wh* rSm on 

Mito M - MaTTwi. ISn to } s-m MM 

Mtottdi* CTwrt*. fiewnd Cms J. 
S n i»ri toSrtottito 


Dr. And Mr* Altrcd M KiaSs wltoi to MUtoM Ow SsORasMs Storttas* 
to tfator diusbiAr Carel Add*, to Mr. Jstow Aatow* BaMaa M to 
Oommodcr* and Mr* R. V. H u e ia s. 

Tba BMurtos* taka placa to St PodT* Ancflean Oar<4 a! 11 *na 
Banrdo]’. Mar Itoh, ISm. Calm G. E OvcDtaolsb and Ravetotf E W, E 
GUbort wUI toBctot* 


Brilliant Author 


Oowteer — Statna 


John O’Hara 
Dies at Home 


IMWar ns tomtoms- kto. aad Hti « L. RtoMtoi, am SS. and lit* Gtote Mtoito. Mi 

Ow Isfci Rood, vitototo. w* toamil Iriand BtoNoj. Vtotorto. wa pMad to 
oaBsaacB tb* towtsaBBtoS to Oiato awatoea toa taSHtoaoM to SM 
Pagfi — Wama daa|liM ...BwBy Uni* aia«. to Mr towfoto dKSbtor. baMtoa Mar. to Ito 

i«t wZ re •“ to Ifc. and fMaridc HltotM FWiL sn to Ito aal 

siEaal^pJ?^ S Vaaoouvw. Hr* J. R Ftoxj. SMS DA** 

^ ‘^SS^A^ toS toha riaca Satodoj. Victoria. 

lihatoRn Pugh, to Mr Itobert R. ®'vl2a£E' b „ ? *, V**** ’'** *^,•„**** **S *• 

Worran. an to Mr. aid Mr*. Kauaeih J. *•*'*'"** * P I"- to Ail Salnti Anplcan 

Warren, to Prim* Rupal ^ *'*“> Rawnd C. B. ttoSdaM 

Ttie wcddtis wlH taka place May IS. oOldaUng. 

19Tti at 4 p D)., In Dtp Million to the 
Rood Shaphard. Pnaoert Lake Road, 

Raaarato to E UraaMialMI toSdaUas Cvaaa Mlahh --- ^- - 


PRINCETON, NJ. <AP)- 
Jofan O’Harm, author ti at least 
35 n o V a 1 a documenting tee 
foibles of tea rich and tiie 
heartaches of tiie poor, died 
Saturday at his home after a 
heart attaric. He was 65. 

\Wille never winning tee 
recoenltion of a Pulitzer Prize 


briUlasoa cf the w r iting . It wai 
ptteBsliad til 1931 
Auteor Hr ADan Smith, uaing 
tea language of Joey aad tals 
pala, once wrote: 

‘"nte John Olfon la e Mg 
guy six foot over that writes 
books all the time be is not 


^lAJecUint 


tor 


Banished Soviet Brass 
Gets New Crack at Power 


ThHnpsaa — Gawar 

E Ptorldi'f CtaTS wag tha ocom to <m to tba gagoto mHMb* M taka 

place bi Victoria Ud* year. Joined ingeHier <b March MUi at T;M Itin. Id 
a doidde rtng cwrenoiv te Revereto Jotoaii HlliistoiaiBh awe CtolMlBe 
Adda. daagMto to Hr. Odd Hr* X W. C o tr. toS BboA Drive, aad Mr. 
Thotnai RQUert TbeanpaBn. urn to Mi* Ktolk loa to Blgl* IMato* end Mr. 
a E T banp eon to Victoria “nw toimli wag brigbOy daeoratod odth armies 
menti to yellow danodU* wUta gtodloil* aad yeUow "«!wi« Tbe waa 

atweided by tbe tirtglng to Jtoio Dwiber aad orgatoto Mary Owrd. 

_ ?J2S! 5^ .WM*. gtrei. M laarite by bw Mhar, wwa 

ftogito foto Iwtofc gjwn f«atagjsg a Hgli weddMe ring DericOM wBi a 
wnM raae to lace, aad hag ptoMd laee Slum. PalUi« fiwn (he flOed 


By BENBT SHAFIBO 

urosoow (UW) — When a 
politician was down In the Stalin 
era, he was also out snd 
sometimes {fiysically liquidated. 
This appears to be no longer 
true. 

Two formerly disgraced party 
leaders have been appoinM to 
new positions, it was repmted 
Saturday, and three high pro¬ 
paganda' dffidalB whose week 
has keen faulted have been 
given other impogtant jobs. 

I^ere ere four living fivmer 
preml«e gpendlng their last 
years* in ocontortabte though 
obscure retirement They are 
Vyartieslav Mi^otov.i Nikola 
Bulganin, Georgl Malenkov and 
Nikita Khrushchev. 

[Tax Evasion 
(Fines Levied 

vlNOXllBeR (CP) — Buri- 
nssAnn Wnilam Charlas 
Lyc^, S5, waaflaed 15.075 after 
be pleaded guilty in provincial 
couft Friday to tax evasion on 
per^nal Income totalling 

3».Rn. 

t r 

tJte was lined an additional 
$1.( i after he and hii company, 
Aai ■Investing Oi. Ltd., 
a* MM ■ Hparete oheige of 
are Ar'tax paynegt oo 
Mi u l fc fliOOQ. 


Ihe first teiee were given 
relatively minor jobs when 
ousted from leadership and only 
Khnishchev weiE from tbe 
premierahlp and party leader¬ 
ship into niral rrtiremait. 

'nte principle appears to apply 
even to less exalted politicians 
who have fallen frixn grace 
since Khrushchev’s ouster In 
m4. 

ITie first victim of Khrush¬ 
chev's removal was Leonid 
Yetsemov, a roesiber of tee 
central committee and altecnate 
member of the U-enan ruUx^ 
Politburo. 

Hfi was the hliteaat official 
appointed by IQirushchev to be 
“banished" to tee minor 'pro¬ 
vincial job of party secretary i 
fw the SUvro^ area in tee 
North Caucasus. Bulganin, too, 
was temporarily sent to 
Stavropol after his fall. 

ON WAT DP 

Yefremov staged a small 
eomeback Saturday and re¬ 
turned to Moaoow to tate over 
tbe first deputy chairmanship at 
State ocmmlttee «n aclenee and 
techneJogy, a job <rf sub-cabinet 
rank. This It a far cry foom 
membership In the Politburo 
but It may foreshadow Yefre¬ 
mov's return to political power. 

Another former high party 
official, Nikt^al Yegorichev, who 
from 1962 to 1967 was secretary 
of tiK powerful Moscow cosn- 
mlttee of the Communist Party, 
also won a small promotion 
Saturday. 


He was sacked by Party 
Leader Leonid Brezhnev hi 1967, 
reportedly because he had been 
unable to cope wite administra¬ 
tive problems of tee Moscow 
area. But uncanfirmed r u mor s 
at the time had him disgraced 
because he allegedly objected to 
the Kremlin’s one-sided policy 
in the Middle East. From sub- 
potitburo status. Yegorictiev 
went to the unexciting job of 
deputy minister for the tractor 
indiartry. But now he has been 
made ambassador to Copen- 
ha^n and Is beginning a new 
career In the foreign aervloe. 

Hope Marchers 
Blame Police 

HOPE (C3>) — About 35 
Indians, including half a 
dozen children, paraded in the 
downtown area Saturday, 
ixotesting a 1 le g « d potiee 
brutality In aa incident near 
here April S. 

StaO-Sgt. H. H. Hndgam of 
the nCMP Chauwack site- 
dlviskn, said potioa would 
investigate the aHegatkn. TTie 
Indians followed Us request 
not to parade on police statkxi 
property. 

The demonstrators allege 
brutality was used when one 
person was charged with 
impaired driving and another 
was arrested for drunkenness 
in (he Jones 1011 area near 
here. 















































































































































































B1BTH8 5 DEATHS. FtTNEftAtA |B DEATHS, FUNBKAL 8 

' Bom to Mr ud Xrt. CREED—Aav. Cyril V«a»U<s, aiMil' WDOILE—a Vletoria. ce ^rll 
rarndm im« Chriitlnc cd by Rev. J. Wood, noodurted' 30. Itit Msry Alena Mnore, barn 

"■ ■ ■ * Mnni n t u to In M. StdillieB'i' .. 

Chureh. ML Nemton Cram Road, 
on ntuediy. A^ I, ifN. M 9:00 
B.m., tor H. CrMd, n«td 

n yean. M Ml Sl uMe tt Ri^ 
well-fcat i ewi anaidcli Inlet filing 
gidde and fimer amtar of Craad'a 
landlnf, wfan netoed avny aid- 
denly «r April T. un. 'nie ditirtf: 

Mi overflowtDi with trlendi and 
nialivee and many Oorai tribute* 

I totre recei^ad. Two hynuu were 
eng by the (mgregatlon. "Rock 
of Age*’' and "Etovial iralhar 

atreng to 8 av»‘' wSli Mr. R. & ___ „ ^ 

Boutcllller preMdiDi el ttoi or^ PRIVAXE tenml miIim 
T he late Mr baid ii atMaed held la MeCaU Btng t 
by hlf lovMg Wtte. Sdlth; 1 CHAFEt. en Monday. Apetl 
daughter, Claudia, at hoene; 3 10:15 am. Rev. A King ofl 
aont, John Hu^ od Polkiwnd by eremabcai. (I 

arM rranda Mr Brentwood: 1 KratcfOlly declined) 

granddaughtm-: hit motber. In Vie- .. . ——. 

torla: 3 litoee and 9 bntban: ^ * 

aunt*, uncle*, nephew*, irieoe* and Booke, VX, Mr. Emeet 
couilna. CremaUaB nUowed at ?*“““• J?"* J* yean. 


TOUR 

COMMUNITY CHAPELS 
SENSIBLE PRICES 


In aitaDi Ootojia ipiil i, ISft. 

Survived by bar two tana, WllUam 
Hamid, Wfo (Iplindi and Walter 
auaBto at Soa PenMala Bd.; two 
gmadiauiMan. Hr*. R. B. 

ItfrMim (CBty) aad Hn. B 
Manley at 9iBt r*rndMa RX: two 
■ramliaM. WlUUm J. H. Ottawa. 

Wetaard R. Vleta^i Mto vand- 

davghten, Mr*. R. B. Hutchl-|t„^._ 

*c«) iCory) and Kn. E. Hadley VlCtona, B.C. 

iDeaim*); —- -- ' 

mat 0«o 
one brother, 
torla. Sh( 


duUlaa Bo^tal. on Wadnaaday. 
A^ g, isTD. a boy, Oaitdaa 
Edward. 8 Iba. 9 aa. Spadal 


Wood handyman — vomtu* In 
■iva^wuia eparaUBB «w< louB 
have air tln*t 


Our ooRipaxij' ii n«w. i 
product Ii new. We pay h 
eommiisSon. We support 
•tents with leads, tdvei 
bit, promodoQ and tralnl 


Grappia orator. 

Induairtal tint ald'bullmk 
oeniUaBtlan. with “B” UekM lor 
raliel poalUon. 

BOOK AHO RIG. 


AWRINS — Bom to Mr. and Mra 
Glenn C. Bawbin*. isa BmM Si. 
ni iba duhilae ^{dtal, 


poneai aw mv mmri 

nifniner BendaHe, retUMe. experl 
mred rau(d« Reply aetly to 
We taria riuea, BwM 

REMARLE COUPLE. U WITB 
reterence* dettre raretaktng Md 
l^anMlng work, iniall apartment 


R Percy EnotL^vir-1 SANDS CHAPEL OF ROSES 
Sidn^. B.C 6544932 


Heavy duty mechanic MIy 
experlenca In the maintenaiKe 
of Weft Coaat Iciglng agulp- 
mesL 


SANDS 

CHAPEL or HEATHER 
Cohrood. B.C 4784821 


XRDALL — Bom to Mr. and Mr*. 
D a Kendall 1IH5 Prlaoni Ave , 
at SL 3oaeph'a Bocpttal. on April 
2 . ISTC. a Boy. Todd, a brotha* ftr 
Uaa. (loaiatd.) 


For Further Detail* Apply to: 

Employmeet OCBoer. 
Tahila Company Ltd. 
1280 We« pSm tumt 
Vancouver 1 , B.C 


Eetabliahed 58 Yean 


THOMSON A IRVING 
Funeral Chapel 
Eat IKS. Fanneriy at Winnipeg 
A Digniflad and Undamtanding 
Sarvtn at Ifiiderata CuaL 
PRE-MEED AT HEED 

SHIFMEMTB 

IBB Qnulre 8 L Pbona 9BMHU 


_Telep hone an-BMg 

CAMP TIME KEEPER 

A camp timekeeper I* raqubrad 
a large lonthg operaUen moated 
the Nlffipidah Valter. MorUi 
Vancouver latenA IWi 
COM ehailaian naMMU 


PEDDLE 

Peddle. 


Hri. a V. 
, are ptmd 


HAYWARD'S CHAPEL 
•A 001 J— BOUI IMW e g - 
IM06 

■ W. FBShBr^rVltkTWAH 
CHAnJtrp FUNERAL 
tyUPEL 


RMR • Mvh ma cd ibi* Mty. u M >:« ».m, Itev. 
fcwi vM bar 2 ilaimhbtoi. Mn. J. rf«t>*«m.f BtMHM 
OBify) HOML SoMute. BC. BtSalPBt inSi 
aod Ml*. G. (Merg»r*t) auScxi, mutam. a itwired • 
tt VhaBrtai tWQ aoBW ddm A. et ba raada to the IHt 
tbla dty and tetea B. Datona, •- - • • 

at ptinenl at aw with ma -raathw 
mip Ouadra: two listen. Mr* I 
Pate (Margarel! Uuaa. LMn tay, 

Watt., and Mr*. Gertruda ttepak, 

Taoettia; 13 granddilldran: twe 
(raal-grunddaugMers; alae aaveral 
nleoa*. napbawt and oouslne. The 
tele Mr. OlvlM plaaeered the 
Vaterane' Bteigei earving Vlctoria- 
Soette ma and ter many year* j 
wRh the termv Vaneoaver laiand 
Ooach Line* and tlw BC. Hydro 
Bas Service: aoember Pro Patrla 
Branch. Canadian Ltghei and a 
*at««n cd ttw nw Wortd War 
Pnjwr* will be edtered MoBday at 
T:M piia ID Our Lady Queen at 
Bmm Church, SIP Old Eapidmalt 
Rd.. and Haai will ha aMebiated to 
tba Gburch Tueeday at I am.. Rev. 

Er. M. J. Mdtamara latateiid 
farmant In Hatlay Mamcdal 
Oardana BAYWARD’l rUNERAL 
CBAPEL to dargi c< arrange- 

*•“* witeA.' RC iif"m BMl~g 

years lata reiadwa fflB ■bM> 
” ' ■■■■ dewna Road. B ur vlvid bar Me 

lovtug wtfi, Mtaa. at hmaa; Ui 
DCVEY—Suddenly In Vietertn am m tad daugbtar’hi law. Fred and 
Friday. April 10 . Un. Mr. Renry Mug SUBa: and 3 gnadaoo*. 
Allred Dovey at BKIB DUlcum }ahn artd Shawn Shew. Van- 
Road. aged SD yean, horn ouvar, B..C 
In MewcaaUe. EaglMd and a BMdly private urviea Mil be 
realdeiit et Vtctoda for the past betd ea TUetday. Spell 14 UB train 
K yearn. Bunivad by Ui toviaf <be flande Hotiuary Limited “Mem- 
wile ShMte: twe daogtitin, Oar> ofW Owpel W Cbnnea" Cnenatlon. 
lilne at WMIahoraa and Ju- FYjtm* gnsimiUy dadlnad Pteau 

r une at Vletorlai aWer. Mr* an B ow u e er aympathy miM to tM 
CuBucB at VMMai teether ratoduea, wtth ttarte. 

VliRw M Calgary: hie mtthu. —- 

Mi*. D Ivaeofl «d Vtetorla: Bvw TOMPKENS — At SL Mary** 
granddBAM: Mao a numher M Prluy, Laaakinl, aC, oo April E 
nieee* and M^awi. U 10 , Hr* Sadie Tompkiaa, *rtMw 

FuiMtal urvlc* Is McCall Bena at AugBabM Xheaxd TanpUna 
FLORAL CHAPEL Jnhim and agM N yaar*. Bon to Krtmorton. 
Vaaceenar St*, on Tueiday, April 14 Afta.. a raMdiDt M Langtcrd. 
at l:3Q p.tn. R*v R. B. Tllwy BC., ter the paat 4 yaare: lati 
atnclatlai. Pbilowcd by awmatlon. raaldehr* 9d3 Golditraam Avt. 
'Flowara graiefully derilned. U Sha lcav«* hu ateter* Hr* C. 
deelred. dofiatlon* In Ihe Heart Daley, BdiBOfiten. Alte.. Mtn. D. 
Fund, 830 View 8 (. mny be made). DIdlar, Duvemay, Alta.: tMhera 
I Alhtrl Marah and Edward Marih, 

and Ben Mar*b. 


ganddaaghbtt tor Mr. uM Mr* 
T JMMA IM Oak ^ Avmn*. 
Many tolaki to Dr. J. A F a wtei 
and MMI. 


UAn STTLllT WARTED 10 PER 

cenl commliMon. VIeiorte Preu 


RrrcBis—M Vai4 
WednaMay, Agrt i 
AtWider JamM N 
yaar* bom In AMl 
and raetdent oTvE 
paM a year* toa 
wldaw Gertruda af 
Spring Island: ma 
t^iimte; a da«^ 
Smiui [Juaidta) tt < 
Ruuy Cnbai of bSg 
Ba aervad oveSHS 
Mth tba r«t Outy 
Fnaaral lanlca m 


“Vacancle* extet ter September un 
la ReeidaMlal OiriF 8 eh<Ml <gr. g 
131 for 

' <e) rraldent Uechua-fanale 
<b) non-r*fldeai Mach*r»~ 4 nal< or 

— .... --- (emaie In Ih* following arees: 

preaently EARRtBOa TO fiat FEB WIBK. <l) CNGLDIH. Grada* gu. 
dealer who urvielag Fuller curtomera aS9-Ul3 (Hi CUEMIBTRY Gradu U am 
h amr aad - — - - - — —■ u 

M FEMALE HEXJ* (iiii BIOLOGY. GradaaU and U. 


EXPE RgRCED AOOOORTAirT 
—toeoma Tbx—eonplate Aanonttne 
Sapflea-Colcr TV and oMiaa ava^ 
able. IM-ntt. 

fRCOMB TAX ~RrrU 8 IW PRE- 
oered. Oemplele tnokkeepliw urv- 
tee. ReuonaMe rale* Phee* Mg 
nn. 411 Ceqtral Building 

TAX BBTURRS. REPUR08. REA' 
aonabia Pick up and deliver, 
Ibamm. 4n-4ML 


dtAMPTOR—la Vldaita an April 


a Mr* Careilne RoaamaM 
CnmptM. beloved Mfe of William 
CrampteD, of gn Wordawertb SL, 
late <g SoaCh Burnaby, tte aim 
leavaa 1 aaa, Itantey. ef VMorl* 
and I tow toM aa Mite e* Leatte, 
ChnSya and Dian* 

Funetal suvle* to MeCaU Bra* 
FLORAL CBAFKU '^1 tad 
Tanonvar 81*. m MMday, April 


mo GiMBrninMit Stratt 
Apm Hat 7:30 
AdndaBicD--41.00 
Six Cards ter 13.00 
16 GmiUB S20 Eaeh 
2 Games $30 Each 
1 Gam* CO 
1 Game $100 
Doer PtIki 
5 Good Neighbon 
iMt S Games 2Sc Qnd 
Not Leea 'ITien ISO Game 
BO Per Cent In Prizet 


totomaBoeal Cenpeay raateru 
aarartaa yaeas Man ter manage 
MM ii«taaa to Ibe oMlacttee IM 
BauUni buMnau er ftnandal ex- 
putettM aa aaaat Mmt he ptraoo- 
able and bendnhla. BMuy opam 
ExeaUaat tetun For appoltdineM 
cull: 

Mr. McKeeman, MgSMl 


iJCPERIENCED Prtnclpali rngutred 

K GENERAL INSURANCE Septembar am 

Stenofrapher Muil underetand per- Bella Coote Talley: Item R* 1 
COBai, oeBamercial, HheertptUu and Frtoelpal. Sir Atexaader HacEenzle 
buiina*! type pbg. ia>iide*. Aeoirate ElemeMaiy. approxlmalely 140 tU- 
typing raqulrad. KxrMlaiii werMat dante. eteS tn tnehide S teacher* 
lODunaoRa — I day w«Ml Ba half Um* ilbimriaa aad part-tlm* 
lamRerallcxi cnoimeneurvle with teaching principal 
leagabOttiai and axpartenea. OMtael ftoaa Ro. X PrtnelnaL Mr ilawii- 


BCXIKKBEPINC SERVICE FOB 
•mall teMtoeiiei bv rattnd axpert 


eneed aceountanl 38g1M 


Cause Cttdia* m^lIlL TTSdna 

HAVE TOUR 8 FRIHG REPAmS 

and r****‘“t tomn now. PullSMa 

(nalde or out. Plaiter patching, 
•esa repaliTd or new. 
gullera and downplpe* Phont 


tec GIRL FRUIAY AS PERSONAL 

_ aiaialant 10 manager. Extcnflve 

expuienc* wMretariat and office 
wlta prtjarahly .om_« „ tolling B«wkka*oar. ntorabiy unth ae- 
axperteiMM. Warm peraolHUty and eouaung afflec ewuienrf Dullei 
w altiactWe appearance e»**ntl*l for mrtude tell eel of book* to trial 
re- congenial lap level hanllcnRi balance Intereiting and i-eeporwlble 

poeltloa. Salary CBO plu* dapor- 
deid upon expertenoe. 


PO. B ox *B Victotta 

AaSOTANTTo'CREDIT 
HAMACER 

Preferably wlUi locne banking 
iflnanc* compeny eimertence 
quired by the Butler wo*, graur _ „ 
comoanlea Pleau apply tn wrmtng 
to the ParaoeBal Manager, P. O. r. 
Box 4081. itaikiD A Vtetorto. glvtnc - 
detalla of age. eualUlcatlooa sre- □ 
vteue a^eriMto* ate. _ ^ 

BOAT BUIUXnC te 

Wa .hav* Taraeefii ter l good 
woodfwrtM** mwr fl, who have the P' 
abUltv to anIHctv a*i*li*i «!*»>■ 


rrs HAPPENING 


LEGION BINGO 
CLUB TANGO 


AihmoM. Alta 
Foiiv, Alt* 

. Service irtll be held in the Send* 

the ^eran*' Funeral Ompel at Rewther. Col¬ 
li. Itn, Mr wood. B..C, on TUeaday, April 14, 
UilP *m. imennent to 
In WalMll. Royal Oak Burial Paik. 

uid and had _ 

sedbey. aC. WONG-ln VUerte, BC. m Afrll 
I* rtilding n a UTO WcDf Bor SiimE agM 9 
;* ftemerly qf vmt* of MB FlMrd toiM: 
fc y P ten to OiM aad a rwSM ton 

toe »• pBM IS yam*. Ba taavae 
. to wJSSS' tetter. Wong Cbaa Ytog to 

'to%^SS 

Wdy fraam. .7^^ 
he lata Mr. gte jg- 
eteran of the “wenaoil 
nd a member «•?. E. 


30 situation* Wanted Femala 

31 SUualIcni Wanted Male 
or Female 


1046 View 

MONDAY. APRIL 13 
7:30 P..M 

Every Gbow • FriewBy 
IM^bor Gacoa 

NO GAME UNDER $15 

lOdi Oamt Now tbt 
“Lueky T” 

Your C3ianc« to DouUe the 
$50 Prize 
20th Game $100 

New Ldght-Up Board 

5 extra Barnes, cards 5 for $1_ 

Free transportation to town vamcouver i s l a h d sbop 

require* (abrlcatlor ihop teraoian. 
^ ^ ^ to BipervUe 4 welden. Muxt be 

. nw mtnv tut fXRM toe roerteaMd to jab layoM. alu- 


DRAKE ' 

PERSONNEL 
Fort torant 3853435 

‘Never a Fea to AopIlcatW 


PEBBONAL SBBVK3BB 

SI Trad* SdnoU 

M Mad* ItuatcteBa and OtiliMiae 
M Travel 
■ PertoDali 
40 Buslaeaa PerecBalf 


MrtI a, al 3 pm., to iba 
a Irrtns nmeral Chapel 
Ltag <mclaUng, teUawed 
—. .- _ 1 Oak 


n*B* ■■ Mi oi<a aw watwiyuicto m Hjng. 

**?i -■ ,'■■ ■ ■' ■ - flnada to order to gwi toll May to . . . . . .— 

• JUIIII* beBFONIIBLE WGMAJI or w» tartBJgUi. Piaaa* gel la teorti CXFIltT CARPBMTBB. ALL TTPB 
«Ma Mat PakfWi lo taM faD ama cm K you are laaarmSad to my cf medeUbw. atoMia Riartafllm 

3 ss."‘, 2 air- rss* ir"“- ** 

MnMmra 

DUTCH LANDSCAPE 

“Kto"22i GARDENER mmaam 


(d Tha Royal Canadtoo Legtea, ^ . tettomto* to tha Ray*l 

Saanteh Pentaaida BramSi Ba. Tl. tetotel mk. 

S*vV» under the attofleae ■ fl>* ----- 

Royal Caaadlan Legtea, Saanlrti . —.mw. 

Penlnealn Br abtti No. IT, «HD la $ OABDB OF THANK 

h*ld to the Saode FoMral CbapM M___ 

Rtwe* SMney. B.C.. cn Wedn^av. We wtih to expreae our al 
April IS. isn. at 3:fln p.m. Rev. B. thank* to ow maiw friend, 
Frean ofllrtatlng. Cremation, their exprevtoODi at *ympaih) 
Flowera watetuHy da tU ttM, UndanUndlng In our r e i 


AVON CAUJNG 


lAUTT WORS AT REASON- 
la niaa Aimtkm* raaovatteai 
rttoate* plium Qtover. M4-n*5 

TCBEN CABINETS. VANmiB 
1 ^. roowii, MtofM. carpentry 


a*^ M aa mrw - . m w mw UO Hiaeallaaawi tor Sal* 
tlw llaHtoai Vtokwla Praia if M MlaeallaseaQ* Wanted 
■MB am Sawn MM m Hlaetelaneaw to Rant 

apam "y oaam/laetv iBa Iteia tU Wamad to Rea* HteealBMaaa 
to aMMImb U 8 Bwapa 

All elalma m mrm to pnMloMHD in Anwniei 
.n.n he Mdi wnhJa U ban ill Ftortaa 
Iharaafter and U nut bade rtall net ito Cardin tojppll** 
be aiDtodered Mo etaim will be ui Pete and Suppli** 
alluwM ter men thna am Haw- m oilcka. Poultry. Balchlni 
reel tneeroee gar tar «rran.M Egg* Suppltei 
aJleeiUw Iba vabm If tba aBi«) ug LivtgoW and aupplli* 
ll■am•■* la Heavy Sindpmotii, Maitelnary 

All *tolinaha «f ooat m agp^ Igg ImpltmenU 


fPEOALTY. 

4T8-4RB 


Sand* FoaaraJ Chanal, Oolweed. 
-Mr. and Mr*. Qiartae wim 
-Mr. gad Un. YnOlain WlUon. 


at White 
SUNDAY 


TBINXING OF NEW 
FVOOB OUVXRIBUT 
SIMPSONS^EARS ha* VICTORIA'S 

flnau and hhW empimi aatoetka 

of WALL-TOWALL. tNDUUR-OUT 
DOOR ta ROUMAUIa* 
well aa LUfOLEUMg aad TILES 
Intoaltotliai by ear owa madlmfen 

SATUFAcnoR guabahtsSd 

■M TOU CAB CRABGE ITI Ptoa* 
ta fra* eftteute, SDCPS0H5 
tBAAB MMUl 


tiank* to the ataar frlandi wta 

e v* their ktndMM apotoatty, aad 
lutifu norai dtomgi to tba 
OKideo teM ef «r Saar am — 
Oonaid Jenaihan. Wa ara aapaclaQy 
■ratetol to DeWi "Mny yooM 
mtand* wha bava hean m tend ««>il 
GonMdarala. 

Soadal thank* to Camm Mar 
ajH MeC*ll‘t Funer*! Hema- — 
Baa aad Lloyd Grimth* 


Mfte 


GARDENER. 


lUHIVERfITY tTUDEHTa. EX- 
I perlennad gardmtera. saf-CAl 
,000 JOBa DONE BY YOUNG 
man. Ba* ear dIMtoZ 
BOY WnL cur "lawk! own 
power mower. MS-*9B 


MATURE WOMAN FOR DAtLY 
CBN ed aldarty tovMid aadiaiaan. 


PEABCE-ia lovlMi mtoitery of on* *22 *°P***» —” fS? 
Mother. Etbtt PMr««. who rinrl >*'■■**% 

awey April 19lh. 1 ML “ 

“To maewry ewr da*r“ la-ian aay* 

—Tha family. _ 

m-__ PKIOR* NEWEfT lota: 

WILLIAMS — to tevuig mtengra of feemar fw Ma>*wi •!! 


ADVERTISEMENTS IN 
THIS a.ASStnCATION 
MIW COMPLY WITH 
THE 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 
HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 


Btoi iteaieaaeitoB’ 

as nANRuS aa 

ILLKN. IHC 


2 IU ffuuaae to Ram. Uafuntefiad 
ni Route* to Rent Fmlttied 
113 Hsutee Wanted to Beni 
1 95 Hall* WaretMwiM. Stneet 
aite OfNcet to Rent 

FMANCIAl. 

Ui Automobile Fuancini and 

InwraaM 

lOD Permnal Loam and tiworanea 
VI Mortgage Loaru ind Inesrance 
334 Mnrtgagci fur Sale 
ns Wanted to Bwiate 


haopv year* tog mkor 

Nd ume rvture — 

IVtat ooee amda w« may 
Stroll down Ml leafy hue 
Whei* the rioek ym An* m 
temto-lhree 

While the wnpM wtUowi 
tkdiiy Bigh aad the tint rtnam 

yiO«ri gimlv by 

Tb be teet In DaaNt'i laiknnvB 


OUWCAN BUREAU 
3S! StaHua Wrael (BamlUon Cteettto 
Bolidlng) Ofrai and Uteidiiin* 
bu*' 1 n rn. to I p m Montey to 
y i btey tocfcittva 

MORE OUBCAN ffttlBI 


Rono* Sidney. B.C. Unm WUIM caie- 
brxted Oil lYkJay April IT, IfTO at 
10:8D am. trem Olir lAdy of Uie 
Axiumpllan Churtt, Brentwood. BC. 
Rev rather Kevin WkMnian. Cele- 
uranL Inteivnint in Eait Snanleti 
Cemetery 


fono - J. F a Wood (Johaayi. 
AnrtI U IHB - 
Not Im* tnlay twi everyday 
In oUenee I l er n em k er. 

Sadly mtond by hi* loving wife 


MARCH-ln VhMrte mi April L 
im. Hr Jotm Geerga Martdt: 
born to Laodao. Bmtonl aji* • 
rfridiM of Vktorla In- tha paat 
■ y«ara rimdina at inn North 
Poft. Be la wnrtead to: all 
lovtog ml* Lada, at the ram- 
dcoee: alaa mvaral nleet* mM 
I nephew* 

I FUBteal mrviee to HoCaB Bro* 
FAMILY CHAPBU Mata OAtea 


MoCAI-L BROS. 
Funeral Chspeto 
MH vaiHDgvcr tenm 


SB Acraoga Mr Sabi aiM Wanted 
388 U^liland Preptiilae 


Vtelciii tor 

the Ram* 


n Faim ter Sale add Watoad 
3B Gull lalandi ProperUaa 
:9aB Litttog* OuiraUad 


PHONE 

DIRECT 


taPHlI — Al RM Haven lte», 

Bdoay. BC.. en April a MONDAY 

11% Mr* Btlaabatb Mary 

MFka* age 43 yaar* Born In I MOORE, Mr*Kanr^Mna 
Vlcton* bL and lad baan a PBITATK nK^CS ^ 
rmWaai ef Norik Saatodk B.C. 1:11 abl-FAMILY CaAFHL 

s.'krtiJiiTSLniSYj 

to- har lovta h»-tinA Com- *•* P>«a-FURUL CBAFBL 
matidar tan MePhat. daagiMr. M*»fw a^ jaia <x 
Hlaa Roney UoPhaa: am. l^rtd ara FAMTI^ CBAPE' 

MePtea: tolhar. Mr. Fra^ CUI —'^**“'* CBAFX 

ford Adam* at the taiMly . - -. 

rtadanc* TUMBaV 

SbPvloa mn be hMd In Holy ^ 

rlidly Angilean enupeh Pairtote waSfSTTLaw-. 

» , B.C. m ToMday. U B»--FAM 1 LY OtAFEL 

vf* Dr Xa meth poT'iOUb. Mr. Etwte Jamra 

I King (fnetetto* Cremaltaa The, I;* p.m-FLORAL CBAFEL 

imkl* KmWa MMiraaBmfd dterai mm ' 


386-2121 


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TO BE ANNOUNCED 
DOVEY. Ml. Barry 

3ACRSON. Him Mary 


C/ossi7ie(/-Victoria's Largest Proven Market Place-Where Your Articles Sell Faster! Cost Less to Sell-386-2121 


IS BbUr (Salontfll. VictorJo. B.C, Sondoy, April 12, 1970 


386-2J21 


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386-2121 


tslbphones 
AFTCB-BOUB 8 
II :BB p.B. to 9 B.m. 
UltorlBl, aM-46«t 

HiMNtB, M TBBB 
CImilIgttew, BBS *725 


BOX BEPUG8 
All rapilea to prtvato box 
nomberg Bvaitobto from 
B:W B.m. to f:B8 pm. 
Noadaj to FridsF to* 
eittgivn. 


OFFICE HOURS 
Claaginefl Coiinter, 8 M 
a.m. to SM p.u. Boni- 
OMB Offlic, fiBO a.iii. to 
B:BI p>iB. Monday to 
Frtdajr iacdaglTB. 

aXISEO SATURDAY 


mJEPBONR BOURS 

Bill BJM. Si •in p.H. 
MmAbt to SatardBj to- 


OrASSlFlSD COPY 
OBADLUiES 

Raivlar Baggfiiiii ad m uai 
man may ba piaead al ma 
tuMar. 8 *m. » kiH am. oa 
Iba day prim to paklHaika. 
itamday to Vbltoy tortadva » 
MItotem* Sitl aa* W sia 


PARKER - Bnm to Mr. and Mr* 
R' S Parker, 3837 Wlnlnn SL, at 
St Joaepfi'i Boapltal, on Monday. 
April 8 U7D, a hoy, Kelly Jamei. 
insured. 


n SITDATIOIII WAimD 
MALC OB rCMAlJ: 


•rrvad a* pallbearara; Heun. D. 
McBalHa. & BiiTgnni* «. Bald. 
V. Damma, 1L Ytemtag and J. 

Gilbert. Mel^ll Brrie Funeral 
DIraotora were In charge of ar¬ 
rangement*. 


future. Wg need experiencBd ™ ^ *" 

■nd Dot experlenod salBs- Lr^Jw housbkebfeb 

mSB and laleiweman, toll ag“* Cadkero Bay C3dldr«a drt-1 and wmmer reurt In Oafnrte good 
*te _ reference*. Would Ilk* to manege 

or pait-tUng. Ara you our xird abd txjM FBT BW T woman iSraZT** *®“”’ 

te4*.«t erf Am « weww amO^ to heto teak aftor akierly « P«»v*aae Phone ymmm 

Etna of perion? Are w* your pm^te: Uv* i* m*vi*e 

kind of company? Why not b ab V 8 1 tter ' wanteo-for ** BANDS, MUlKIAIfl 
find out? For appointment K‘YVto.*SJr'arC"faaiB”* "ID OKHBmus 
call 479^11 or 3%-3;lS6. LIVEIH babysitter and gvpKSirNra-n neao—ST ev^i; 


FULL OOVRRAOE 
fXASSIFlRD RATES 

AGATE TYPE ONLY 

One day 8c per wuid per day. 

Three cDoawcuUve day* 1c par 
word pec day. 

Sti eoneaButlra day* de par weed 
per day. 

Agito heading! and while awee* 
can ba matted at toa mxd tala (| 
word* per Lkw) 

Minimum adverttoemeet 10 wexd* 

and 81 . 00 . 


CLAMIFHIATION 

INDEX 

VIYAt gTAYWIcn 

1 Birth* 

f D»ith* and Funania 
I Card! of Thank* 

8 tn Memertam 
10 Funeral Direcura 


14 Annonneementi 


Bach inftta l tt gn. gnxip of u coming Emma and Ueattiw 
figure* and abkewvlatlaB eoima ai jg catering Banquet and 
<ae wort- RaoepCIoa Roomi 

11 Reitauranli 

All ada rmiulring a atyla etbar n to Visit 

than that mentlanad abova will be s iei,r ai^ Found 

charged by the maaxurad agnte 
Una (H ajmia Uoa* aqual 1 trxii kmmavuvmt 
0.ie day *»c per line. 1S.93 inch. aMPf-OVMENT 

. Thrra.e toiaw xiUve days 38c per 31 Male Help Wanted 
line. Hll Inch. _ * Male or Female Hela Wantei 

SU eunMcullve day* 3c per Itai, 3 ren*le Help WantH 

inch- 21 Teacher* Wanted 


3 Male or Female Hela Wanted 
3 Female Help Wanted 


31 Teacher* Wanted 

enl airrtiarge If mere a Slluatiaii Wanted Male 


than one aim lypa I* uaaiL 

Birth NoUera SkOO per teaerttan. 
In Mamurtam noUca* Cardi of 
Thank* Daath and Funaml 


Noitea* not anaadkte 19 Unaa. I 

U a Bito lamrtln ^ S140 Mb- niaanroRY 

aagaate maaillnu Each aAu ui iM . »i gi Bodnaai Sar vto ae and Dicaetory 


Ita* gto dally. 

Birth* In Hemxiam 

Nuttea* Carda ef Thanlm gat 
■eaaptad bv toteptaaiA 


•UMIJUPYItlN HATBP 


Wheravte camv aarnce la main- ^ 

■alaad. &» par mindh. « rr?."f^..,h,. 

imgle cupy aaiea prioe; lOe dally. Mualc Teacberi 
lie Sunday 

By mall: |190 per moalta: SIO.IIO MBBOaANDMNO 
per I moidh* |39.W per year. 

United Stntee, 4.00 per moBfb. 1 80 Fuel 

All uUiei ouuiitne* 14 all per cmiikh. Cl Timber 

Sujvley only, Ste pit ojpy. SHOD 85 Building Suppllei 

K year ID Mualral Inatnunent* 

II auheaiptlun* ara payable to TT Motorcycle* 

aovaiaa 78 BlQrctei 

AuUMlaad ** Momd rtaN mail SD Beau aad Hafto* 


raaatrad tor call 47M411 or dto-XlSe. LtVE-IN BABYSITTER AND rvpKSIFNra-n naao—ST .v^i; 

nSgUe^ worki ng mother', halper. HMMI. ,o 3 ^ 

ll pe^n _ gATTI tm W ANTED APPLY P. 30-5891 *ft«r 5 p.m. _ 

inadSte* CABETAJCSa COUPLE TO ABBIBf * W<tof«Ui- _LEAD OR RWTraai OfJITABWr 

fSS^^a .S?*^Lte*5iw5i55i b« bdsinxh BBrnnan 

^ ^ “Tm* » AND DlSBOfaKY 

ma. Baamr Victoria Pram Box 281 _ D TEACBEBS WANTED _ 


.SapAaM Favtof 

0. K. PAVING 00. 

Erttaatea wiimd eUlpdtoa 

■■■ Pbaaa H hn. 

38S-3414 


aM children. Mr. aiM Hra K D»Yns WlB Day. ODaratMi BV ™ weeaei. HBM^avw CAMiXTKa ana o.M. 800 unit ear and tniek dcei. .a™ 7 

BAiraEN-In Vleurl* B.C oa April Horneby, Sr.''^ VatewwM * - wttk laa| L 4 _aad_ ea wmlli TC^CIWIEC Ojm JafMwi, with to rtlouate Vanaoaver laiand. a *teaia* plaa* ( 

M. 1*70, Mr Ertk Viggo Raiwen.-VBiaPBfM f 0 P VSlMVB Victoria Ptam ^ aa w. JMj*# ma^ to not luceaaarUy to aatoraoilve. xrrcetN CASINE 

agM 61 year* Boro in Damnark 1 with to axpraaa my Btoto lad Bmavotoiua. M* Oaray Batd Raply VicloHa Fret* Bn* IM. rmapua room* Mi 

SL'S ^tti’r'? 2 ..*'r^id': S'Sft bS»^^“' 3 ;a;SySSS;_SSTSSaViiili ^ SJTS eoNKiBRnouR i»ay appear rSLma c^cr wanted !L^ 

h« ai 3003 »aka*p«an BttMl tha Ulnam of my l3i«Sto Tha^ VICTOIUA B UILWEIS AND PRO 2vS|*o — miMtoiUg ^SSSira ,“*• Z" " 'ten eo nh w ^ *2 ***!!I^L.** 

drived by tde wife. Inga, at to tha docton at Uadmt CUate aad iPMaaal Wentoi Oub er^mu raSSia* ato. SR moulWv **• “., honiei Some oMfteM ayrtara. Sn-llM. VmicMver. Aak raoMelltag er In 

kBBte: ion. Jarry, Wterla. B.C.: ffaaai thank* to Dr WUte. the ftofias PhMteaa Ig hta FMite •*»»•••« '^'''“*7 ne<»M*ry_ VWnBy ***■ _ MMiSl _ 

•oaFiter, Mr* J. (ioani ShSaldi. *®b*rtt. VON, OtoWM aM CT— JB4 Paihlaai Ud. @ mSMrwIBi addltltotol dun** iiisrll® I will- “O ANY xmo OF ODD CUSTftol BUILT 

Vl^ BC; tew graadchlldrecL »*««.« jBla tlfb&ntoy. »p5S>tototto Pre^toSm eggto Jf j^tl Mntomy Pbeaa dR- ladtoftog^l afeolrte .1 totm aS^nei^* 

_Piii*i* ewvira win be bate to BraiMi M. M l^p.|L7BtoCtaaBMI. Mar »-liil! 2 Mt«t !■— __ call «*» at »a7T. Fre* etUraatta 4Tl-i 

^deamJ?2* o!l53^QinteL"**en ° - J j?:_ AOENTl TO Mi OOMPBTEKT. NBAT-APFEARING GRASS CUTTING. ANY TOUGH rMAV’sE^C 

Ma^ty AbiiU am U U-OO *431 to exprem moat tratMul AWL H. FM:* PH. arrw w SS*™* etettn diree! to wnrer owmn rtmtlrM Iv matliif duty to mewing job. rnlery plnwiag Free ertlmalea 

ImTtev, D H. MettoW eOdatlM “iL *"**“ *“* SSL?**™ *aaalA Gentee Sam KLJ' ,°>B_ tte e Fraa « tot 1 ^ home, wxw e x^rtteice M Reemahte, 3 8948*4. 4n-gR aagALL JO «"in 

xrand^ Edith Sary^wt^ ^ k f^jeJg g £SL MSSESLS?^- _ 


?TeSSL OM ItoSr® ‘‘rtSi F*ii°2^d« He^SeS^ * 

^ AS^®Kl!fctojSf LteSJ'-hou'S'^ ^ OtoUrart w hewly to 44 «^_ • 

k Apply Vicforle farm anttula May and raaibly GARDENER. 13 PEN HOUR 

I Jim small ramuncratiao. Mi 1 18* Phom lOdtH Mwaen 4:304 p.m., SlMJ 


S‘ <3AlEEXNa. BANQUirr d^^iicr-hU^'Sed?**'^.*.^^^ 

to thraSj.y”“MASS.l ef SSiaS* ^ ^uSSTTvSI _ ^ aSU VwU'pJL «»* REWIRED IN 1 

«tohii?JT2SSLd®^S2^ offirtoM extended at tha immtea to REOEPIKUf RfNlMI *»teV1rtortaPpam Bm 2 B_ tor ra mote .reaort la t 

hitoved motlMr We ara aixe-- —— TRUCE DRIVER REQUIRED TOR ■'*■»* CaJurBbla. 

BC ^aSr"runil^^o^n-^ M tewMMl to Rav. W B LQUOSKBD'I wltoteMte autemollv* >>bber. Reply 

W«oite”c «g-|GrtoHi ^_ e^ to the pafllwaran EWQ aMtMm &.TERIKO . aat. ,a^aaa. marital VIA>fl « Fram. Box Wt 

I *»»*• Nte kl.rf4._^ ^ to yittala Prera Box 281. DENTAL ASSISTANT. 


oea 371. rMUirci no medirii nuriing but 

•*«. a —:—--- orolriEfY AiiUtnnrc am) AttfnUon 

RELIABLE SINGLE MAh. NON due lo partUI paralyila 9S5-7S18 
drinker, hor*( Imowledge exmnllal. - ^ - — --- 

I *2*. g»^—COOX REQUIKEU IN LATE MAY 

|Apply Vieiorta Pram Bnx 28! mt ramote reoart In the iniartar 


BO SITUATIONS WANTED 

feraale 


OSSIFIED atrATa 

SERVICE ate telMu ^portuoiti** 

POP 941 Keiaaei GwpMunEl** Waatod 

DUNCAN Si ^ '^toe WmdM 

COWICHAN VAH*Y " industnai 

CHEMAINUS RESIDENTS m aSST ftJ Bale _ 

aaMifw Ads phfw^ ta 
to our Dunrar <>fiog 3 M Osadomlniumi tor Bale 

•fdRjnn ma Gangw tar Bate. Beat Waatai 

'**^'*' Ml Haaiet Wanted tt Boy 

beforv StSO p.m. wilt ippear im ueiingi wimted 

*n the Wtowing rtay ‘8 paiwr' “ SSTS^i?** 

, 7T3 Properly far MIe 


CARPETS BY 

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ABB AT 

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PURNTTURK 
851 Johnson St. 
386-2458 


Ivi^ Ptra*. Boi « ' ■ „ ATTENTWN FURNTTURK 

_ _ —Weary Mother* — Botel - Motel pet e* 

,DENTAL ASSISTANT. EXPEHI- Managcn - TourUU Bureau* JOnngon St. 

- ence preferred bol not necemary. Bouie PatnUra — Nurmty Schocf 386-2458 

Apply In haadWTlIlng itaflng quail- 8 upervl*or», etc. I'm female. 43 .u... 

Ilcliona. age. mtrUal ttaU*. etc. happily marrIM. Only dewMent We gUpply and UMtBU tllg 

Vletocla R«* Box 9S0. ha# I1<7wn aeaL IcMIlke a fteh aul bait. 

B t l Bia OPT TO CALL OR LADIES iSnktoS!*]* n^ 1 aft** 4f*‘m&L 

MfdaM Mopi ^ ?lo;— jte lng tme tmtuaarnta ararattog. puHle rala- ' SwiS kS 

new dlipaaabie Hngerie Itoae. alan {jan*. love dilldraT). have drlverii ntf; erij-'cnoN of mi fryi.nii 

line* to party hum. Vlctona neencr Hobby-h«.e St&G VTOOL AND Nrt^ TWOT 

Pram Box 212 - -{ffSw nhonr'rfrr'Tfr. iSlT^.n'^y?' CARPETS AT SPECUL PRICES 

WANTED: PART-TIMK L B OA L Pwate phone hve, anyti me SPECIAL CLEARANCE ON 

yq^^rx pwterKed jn a^e hoMEMAKEB. EUROPEAN LADY 

SSr«Sto<»toma 1 Sply*^e»ona JJ“ CLEA3fiiNcfA»%te*B?‘YD 

^•aa\min _ JSKrteS hSS? AtteTS'Im? 

WE RROUnus A 9ALt8 PERSfiN eomnanltoi Ph<me 9Sr-SOT Campbell . . . 


PLACE 

YOUR 

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prt^ partMkradagirobi 1 we REQUIRE A 9ALt8 PERsnN «»nn*iUtoi Phona 9R4OT Campbell 

te wSriV wHh ^ “iff, "t —_»B4S?^*^^5gh^» 

i xpiwin. srssTJilr’isry-vw,.. -is, “s^ r™ i n»m. 

1—IS* ALtaONUM BOAT FROM **ato Baal Eeiale ralcamen. SALES awunmlkam aM wltong to wort service for saraples artri 

Ualbuio IjTand m Anrll I W Aaiotoate* witti aam* to Vtetorte't axpartence living, to Cordova Bay bar d for lap mlary. Evening* MS- ... . ti 

SW Rasta Bt^toib,^ 1 ^ devtoopmert aM Mr p«gjy«_«»teranye_* nmi Mi_esUmsteB of csrpett, Uno- 

SC ___ 1 -— DAY CARS BY QtfALiFtED KitR- leum OF tllc csQ Davg Burkc 

"* ^nklrg" ^ 

mall v|cto«j_MlA- lalkta^ar^ Aiaocteta 2?^!?"«*5EL» “ inta WarfgSdrBmiBt tM* obUggtton, 

SAVE YOU UJBT YOOB CAT? Ltd **“*“* Bex 34a Ba agaa_portatten prtwMaa 47 7-3im 

MM MMai CPU MSSMl HM4H REgPONHBLE P B R B O N TO MATUBB LADY DiaiRBi POU. StaUlan] PumltUPg CB. 

LOST YOUR PET7-H 0 If B S B C DnECTORIBS !*»/»» »•-3*<-_ 1. «-gL U*. rtBce vw yk. Wa^ . rarvay, 737 Yatag StlWM 

waaaM. tamt ma. tmmu. .. _REOuqtE enumei^tors... . SStaTaltm SmSbT^ tomta-ta. Liv«at - 

—- — .. ^ -___ ■ftfl ftfifl «vaiw4a nr Mlin ^ ___ IfCCD ADVm CM i* rtw 

LQ gr GE RMAH__gaRPHERD PUP. IRIENOID WAITRESS CAPABLE WOMAN WILL DO Sbop the eaiy way a M gra tea 

at WiM i artl ■ 47*3154_ pIracIMX taluding North SaanIA wanted, alteritoon ihlfl Ap^ In toaumwerk aM t^ffeurtiw tor BArS IILTaB-HOMB aBKVKE a 

SI MAIX mu WXNTCD - {STsi" M dto lyMota J^_^ ^ ^ ^ SSST?. 

-Aogwa. S watar touek, 8 hra. Stay - - CHILD CARE. MY ROME, ^.ria laii imiPwi T ^^ffr? * 

,\DVERTISEMENTS IN ®»»eii«aM anw<Mraalaly EXP ERlENCBp HAIRDREMBR tratoed wc-Mtiooler pralerabiy M “* '■«»»' ta-UU- Irfeai 

■iwm,. M — 11 1.1 Aprs IS Apgiy ta aam h a nd Mitlag. wanted, wifh nHnrMge et all year girt. Jubllae area. SB^i ,—ir 

rtns a,ASSIFICATION auitog ** pOmm munber. ete., to tate* and neat to appearaara A- r^SHy£ D ' mVL '5~ C ~ aRF ktv - _^ ^ _ 

Murr OOMPI-Y WITH Vtelorla Prtra Boa SM___ 0 ?k bIJ; VMlS? JC SiVE RftU^ONEY NEW ALL 

THE WORK FROM TOUR OWN BOMB. WORKING GENTLEMAN WTT* iT?!,,.fT?,,q^*?***! ■ 

BRITISH COLUMBIA ^ c^i l d ho^. grUaijbr Deu dtra<-rfe 

UTtwahi BTfltPre *<">r mowlag oM mUtoa our Good lerla Preae. Bo 2*8 ^od pre a<*oote» Oak Bay m au. M r. McLaou _ 

. * ' HeuaakeaMto Gua»i3*ad TrMiam wfrvmR 'with ~i"cbildren =_houriganb CARPETS and 

SEE OOUIMN 1 ;lk|aM tabrtMM >T> agtolM to *wibr u^ta GRADUATE IR PSTCEOLOGT w, Maaa UA dmte, vtab. itoo- 

riu^E EXPiiaRCED -i^. 

IBrm* Baa f»i liuigB tsa ‘Vieiorta. EC r«a*. Antov to oerH* Mula Lta •taBrea ampkayaaenL MMUS nOTATB OKWriaQ ALU WOOL 

IRBLIABLS PERSON FOE (LICBNSeD REALTORS Rettaurato. _ WIP- _ Jl*l_ *U^L!!!*iL”^ 

l lljlll l ll ^ ibs "JSSa? affto OQMPETBNT WOMAN HT RAranearWlHg _Ipawtor AsjtofiS? 

eMtotota* PLIN BOIIl^ Jral.*®*'’ BOUSE CLEARIRG WAHTHO FmST 


OWVnH~j3fD BWAMPBR 8 FOR ItM. “wetoa^fiaw' mT'otf'fbfl iHATtnSB EXPERUMCXO RELIEF TriwaWin ~urn.L~ naavalT ORTpat dSaaBag 

^ana XSrPm^’^’^ S?^R«r ^ clRSn-AR^ U-Pi^^ 

BOY FOR CATCHOfC CmCKBKt Ua* gl S4 h<?^^JS QUICK KFFICtF.NT WOMAN FOR fa?i'^IK»S 8 **"**° ' ”** to" 5!? %nf* GJranlJid**and 

Stiedayi aM Tueeday* permaneni real to tereoei todar home Cnfkn work in pcmliry ptoto Vietbrta Piwm. --ntaiMble Bob’* Janitorial ito 

parttim*. Vielerla Prai* itoe :34. Refaraticat rastaad- Vktaia Prera ^ 3M. WOMAN WITH rEFCRENCe.s sts 

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Program Schedules for Sunday 


PrerniBK aabjeci to IbM mlcmla duacaa by MBSana eMwnr 


Sunday 

Highlights 

APOLLO 18’§ TV day 
will be quiet, with fre¬ 
quent sb^ reports on 
irast channels. 

C-12:00 noon—Experi¬ 
ment in TV Includes a 
Harold Pinter interview, 
then five Pinter sketches 
-S. 

2:30 p.m. — A rodeo 
beauty pageant- -12. 

C-5:3C^A special cari¬ 
caturing comedians—4. 

• C-7:00—Rerun trf a 
good Cousteau special 
about squid—4. 

C-7 -.30—A funny rerun: 
Charlie Brown'* hopeless 
baseball all stars—7. 

^ • C-9;00—The Fabu¬ 
lous 60s reaches 1967—8. 

0-9:00 — More rerun 
music from Festival Du- 
' brovnik—9. 


FA Cup Final 
FA Cup Final 

FA Cup Pinal 
PA Cup Pinal 
MaiKrt Golf 
Maiten G oU 

Maitti* GoH 
Maiten Golf 
TBA: Gardens 
country Calendar 


Koc^My 
Sculidor 
Difnty World 

Dl 4 n ey World 

MiiU of Time 
Hymn Slog 
Forayte Sa«a 
Foreyle Saga 

Mad Movlea 
WeekenI 
WeeheiM: New* 
Movie 


Farm Voutb 
Dudiri' Darlgtit 
Fcntastic Voyaga 
Splder rnan 

Bulltylnkie 
U>u* 8 , Aniwcrs 
BaiketbaJI 

BaaketbaJI 

BaakttbaJI 

Batelball 

fUlVCtlORS 

Discovery 

Car Race 
Car Race 
Car Race 
Scbonthouee 

Amer Sportsman 
Amer Sportsmao 
BowUm 

I> 6 ad COmodlBia 


Movie 

Movie 

Movie: Newt 
Newi; Movie 


KINO 8 

gBB^g^aaLEWHM 

CHEK 8 

KIBO 7 

sss,iS^^aasm 

ITm 

CBAN 8 

MMMUKSWMMHMI 

KCTS 9 

KTNT 11 

•mmmmimmm 

KVOS 12 

Wunda Wunda 
Davey: Dean 
Gardening 
Education Talk 

Medical Show 
Medical Show 
Medical Show 

Child (9:451 

DtaerTvery Day 

Look Up and Live 
Mormnn Choir 
DIrectlona '70 

8:2 

l:M 

•:2 

1:2 

Medical Show 
Medical Show 
Country |9:15| 
Muttr: Child 


New* (8;4S) 
Revival Fleet 

Gov't Story 

Dlicovcry ttoy 

12 Replay 

Anchor 

Caiionna. Pratt 

Faith Fronlier* 
Comm. Workibop 
Lively Arte 

Child; Safety 
Safety: Heart 

FA Cup Final 

FA Chip Final 

Hockey 

Hockey 

Hockey 

Hockey 

U-.M 

19:2 

U:M 

11:2 

Child, Safely 

Safety; Heart 

F Troop 

Album TV 


IffI 

ssas 

Horkey 

Hockey 

Hockey 

Hockey 

Expcrlmenl in TV 
Experiment In TV 
.Meet the Preat 
Movie 

FA Cup Final 

FA Cup Final 
Maileri Golf 
Maatera Golf 

Hockey 

Hockey 

Magtere Golf 
Maater* Grtf 

I9:« 

11:2 

1:2 

1:2 

Great Ouldoora 
Chinchilla* 

Man In Eultare 
Man In Sultcaae 


Rex Uumburd 

Rex Humbard 
America 

Kathryn Kuhiman 

Hockey 

Hockey 

Mailer* Coif 
Masters Golf 

Movie 

Movie 

McBale'i Navy 
Commitmem 201 

Maeten Golf 
Movie 

Movie 

Movie 

Maiter* Golf 
Newimaken 
Amateur Hour 
LowII Tliema* 

1:2 

2:2 

1:2 

3:2 

Capital Comment 
Mnvla 

Movie 

MovM 


Voice of Calvary 
Rufh Kangaroo 
Movie 

Movie 

Maitera GoU 

Rodeo Show 

Roller Derby 

Roller Derby 

Hl-Q 

College Bowl 
Uakwii 

Horkev 

Horkry 

Horkey 

Hockey 

Face the Nation 
Wagon Train 
Wagon Train 
Wagon Train 

4:2 

4:2 

1:2 

3:2 

Sport* Hot Seal 
Quertinn Period 
Challenging Sea 

CrltlQue 

cntloue 

Environment 

Hovte 

Movie 

Movie 

Movie 

Movie 

Movie 

Movie 

Amateur Hour 

DakUri 

New* 

Wild Kingdom 
Dleney World 

Horkey 

Srulplrt 

Tommy Hunter 
Gunamoke 

New* 

Dirk Van Dyke 
Laarte 

Peanut* 

1:2 

6:2 

7>2 

7:2 

Gunamoke 

Flying Nun 

Dream rt Jeannle 
Glen Campbell 

The SIlow 

The Show 
Advocate* 

Movie 

Movie 

Movie 

Outdoor* 

Movla 

Movie 

Movie 

Movie 

Diiney World 

Bill Coaby 

Renanza 

Bmanza 

Windfall 

Foreyle Saga 
Forayte Saga 

Ed Sullivan 

Glen Campbell 

Glen Campbell 

1:2 

1:2 

9:2 

9:2 

Glen Campbell 
Bewitched 

FabuhMii 61)11 

Fonyte Saga 
Forayde 3*2 

NET Feetival 

Daflodll Time 
DatfOdil Time 

Sljgii A Smmd 

Stob Smoking 

Kd Sullivan 

Ed Sullivan 

Avengers 

Avengera 

Bold Oreo 

Bold One* 

Newt 

Serret Agent 

Weekend 

Weekend; Movie 
Muvia 

MBiton Impoaa. 
Mlaaion Impoa*. 
Newi 

Suapcnie Thealre 

19:2 

16:2 

19:2 

11:2 

Marcui Welby 
Marcui Wellv 

New* 

Wrertling 


Doer to LI 2 

News 

Denia Wholry 
Deonli Wholey 

Mlitlea Impoas. 
Mlalon Imikifi. 
News 

Merv Griffin 

Secret Agenl 

Newl 

Movie 

Su.penia Theatre 
New* 

12:2 

U :2 

Wreatling 

Living Word 


Dennis Wholey 

News 

TfF'f'n 11 , nil—MU 

Merv Griffin 

Merv CritOn 


KTVW 12 


Sunday. April 12, 1970 

m RTTn-AING RlTpPtJBR 

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1720 Cook 384-8181 

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S pea. M 8 ' Hill Run 12 95 

as pea. M 6 ' Cedar SB 

2 pci. &3 6 ' cedar 7.S0 

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Priced from CS SS 

LUMBER SHORTS 


Fiaher Family 
Bible Answeia 
Inilght 

Diaeovery Day 

McKee ver 
Eniign O'Toole 
Tom Ewell 


Par Bundle 

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Ml when BED SKELTON 
Joins OB. Now, beck to 'Nmdo 
D ropper*’." 


Program Schedules for Monday 


Sunday Sports 

• C-10:00 a.m.—Stanley Cup hockey; Chicago at 
Detroit — 7, 12. 

C-10:55—Pro basketball playoffs: LA vs. Atlanta—4. 

• C-ilrOCi-^turday's FA Cup final; Leetla va. 
Chelsea — 2, 6. 

* C-1;00 p.m.—End of the Masters golf event — 2, 6, 7, 

12 . 

&2:0I>—An Alabsuna car race, live—4. 

• C-4:00—Stanley Cup hockey: Boston at New Yoric 

—2. 6. I 

Sunday Movies 

10:00 a.m.—Flame ot the Islands (195S Yvonne 
DeCarlo). It just went out, and so did I — 11. 

1:30 p.m.—Woman of Distinction (1950 Rosalind 
Russell). A movie of no distinction at all. and maybe it 
should have extinction — 5. 

2:30—Follow the Sun (1951 Glenn Ford as Ben 
flogan). Undoubtedly the worst film “biography'' — 6, 8. 

3:00—Force erf Arms (outdated 1951 war romance). 
William Hulden, Nancy Olsen. Pretty tired — U. 

4:00—-Carry On, Sergeant (1(69 bo hum) — 12. 

5:00—By the Light of the Silvery Moon (1953 Doris 
Day loves Gordon MacRae). (So croon love's tune 
somewhere else — 11. 

C-6:00—Gun Glory (1957 western). Routine? Yes, but 
It's Rhonda Fleming breathing time — 12. 

C-9:00—Scared Stiff (1953 Martin and Lewis) — 4. 

11:20—Taxi for Tobruk (fairish 1964 French war 
•drama). Hardy Kruger, Charles Aznavour—6. ' 

011:45—Only the Valiant (1951 cavalry vs. Indians), 
Gregory Peck, Barbara Payton. Old, but not too bad—2. 

C-U:45—Rich, Young and Pretty (1951 musical), Jane 
Powell. Old, and definitely bed—4. 

Sunday Radio 

APOUjO U: No specials today. 

• 1UK)0 a.m.—Stanley CXip hockey: Chicago at 
Detroit—CBU (KO). 

3:00 p.m.—A two-hour choral concert—CBU-FM 
(105.7), 

S :05—Remember When hasn't had a baddie in 
weeks—CJVI (900). 

7:35—This week's Stereopera is Verdi's Falslaff— 
(TMS (98.5). 

8:00—The weekly CBC program report--CBU 

8:30—The latest Toronto Symphony Orchestra concert 
is a joint effort with the rock group Lighthouse—CBU. 

Monday Highlights 

• C APOIXO IS*a main broadc6ist Is due at 9:15 
p.m. and will be (Hi the U.S. networks. Frequent short 
reports are likely through the day 

C-7:30 a.m. — Mr. Ed reruns start again — 4. 

05:00 p.m. — Speaking of reruns, the C3C again 
shows the children's adventure series Belle, Sebastien and 
the Hones — 2. 

07:30 — The last Bob Hope special this season 
features Ann-Margret. Phillis Dillcr — 2. 6. 

• G8:00 — Laugh-In reruns a Nancy Sinatra show 
— 5. 

C-i9;00 — The Bob Hope special again — 5. 

C-8;00 — NET Journal is about how food gets from 
the farm to the eater, and how the cost rises on the way 
-9. 

010:00 — Right after Bob Hope, a Bing Oosby 
special, with Flip Wilson, Dean Martin. A good road to 
follow — 5. 


Prefreeae eebieef la M-alBiae eha^ne b* t4elfe 


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Hwaai 1 wnir.ii’w.i iii 

C»EK 8 

I'ltl'lHl.'iilWIBillillWlyU 

KIBO 7 

Tine 

CHAM • 

KCTTS B KTNT li 

KVOB 12 

KTVW 18 


Newa; Stmpaon Today 

Sampeun Today 

. Movie Telescope 

Movie Telescope 

Pete's Place 
Romper Room 

Ed Allen 

Victoria Scene 

J P. Palchei 

CapL Kangaroo 
News 

To Tell Tngh 

S:S 

9:2 

9:2 

Pete'* Place 
Romper Room 
, Ed AllcD 
' Magtstrute Coiut 

Language; Spanish 

Science; Spanish 

Cartoon* 

Capt. Kangaroo 
Ltaille wl 

School Viewing 

Stoek Harmti 

Stock Mailieu 

Stock Market* 

Stock Markei* 

Glart; Haleot 

Hr. Dresaup 

Dbl, Exposure 

Movie Sale oi Century 

Gourmet Show Hollywood ^uaret 

Bewitched Jeopardy 

That Girl Who, What, Where 

School Telerart 
Giant; Helena 
Peyton Place 

Bingo 

Andy Grlffllb 

Love of Life 

Wlwre Mean Is 
Search (or lynrw 

10:2 

10:2 

11:2 

11:2 

i Jean Caiuiem 

1 Jean Canoem 
, Peyton Place 

1 Bingo 

High School Farm; Newa 

Science; Music ‘^■ch LslanM 

Science Programe Romper Roum 

Sesame Street Romper Room 

Andy Griffith 

Love of Life 

Where Heart I* 
David Fruet 

Stuck Market* 
Stuck Marxetj 

Stock Markets 
Stock Marttela 

March for Tmne. 
Cofviiatloti Street 

As World TiffBi 

Best cif Everything Game Game 

World Apart Days rt Ow Uvrea 

All My Children Doctors 

Let s Make Deal Bay City . 

Noon Show 

Noon: Movla 

Mnvt* 

Movie 

New* 

At World Turns 
Many-Splendored 
Guiding Light 

U:2 

U:2 

1:2 

1:2 

News; Berinn 
BertoK; Movie 
Movie 
' Movie 

Seume street Undentog 

Giant: Science Girl Talk 

Science: Spanfsh Steve Allen 

Music; Spenlih Steve Allen 

David Frost 

David Ftot 
Many-Splendored 
Strange Paradlie 

Stock Markela 

Stock Market* 

Luncheon Date 

Take X 

Edge ot Night 

Newlywad Game Bright Promise 
Dating Game Somerael 

General Huspltal Concentration 

One Ufe to Uve Art LInkletter 

Movie 

Yoga 
*rake X 

Edge of Night 

Secret Storm 

Edge Of Night 
Peyton Place 

Merv GrlKIn 

9:2 

9:2 

3:2 

1:2 

Movie 
. Yoga 

: People In Coitflict 
i Doctor's Diary 

Ready. Set; Words 3>eva Alto 

Words; Covers Avorce Covul 

Edue. Previews Movie Game 

Educ Previews He Said, She Said 

' To Tell Truth 
, Edge of Night 
' Secret Storm 

1 Gome Game 


Place ot Own 

Belle. Sebastien 
Bav. HUIbUDM 

Dark Shadows Truth or Crtweq. 

Mothera-lo-Law Mika Douglas 

What's My LIM? Mika Douglas 

Noa Mike Douglas 

Gourmet Show 
Place at 0«n 
Bewitched 

Here's Lucy 

Merv GiUrtn 

Merv Criffto 

Gamer Pytt 

Can You Top This’ 

4:2 

«r 2 

1*2 

! *<2 

, Comer Pyl* 

1 Batman 
{ Bevvitched 
! Here's Lucy 

Arts rt Japan Cartoons 

.Sesame Street Batman 

Sesame Street FlIntaNxies 

MIsterogeri CUItgan'i Island 

Cartoons 

CanuuRf 

I l.ave Lucy 

Movie 

Movie 

Hounilftas 

Hoursltoii 

Rope 

New* News 

News News 

ExploraUoB NW News 

It Takes a thief My World 

News 

News 

Dream of Jeaanle 
Bob Hoiw 

News 

News 

Dick Van Dyka 
Guramoke 

0:2 

0:2 1 
1:2 

' 7:2 1 

News 

Nnss 

Here's Lucy 

It Takes a TOef 

Seenk ^mnlah Star Trek 

IHgh School Star Trek 

SuJe Water Beat the Clock 1 

Law In Action PetTT Mason 

Movie 

New* 

Movie 

Gum moke 

Movie 

Movie 

Bob Corcoran 

FP Challenge 
Nania rt Game 
Nama rt Game 

U Tains a thief Laugh-In 

, Uugh In 

Movie; Apollo Boh Hope 

' Apollo Bob Hope 

Hr* Hope 

1 FP Ctalienge 

Name of Game 
Name rt Game 

Gunamoke 

Here's Lucy 
MaybetTv 

Doris Day 

1:2 

8:2 1 

1:2 1 

9:2 

It Takes a Thief 
Ca:ol Bunwtt 

Carol Burnett 

Pig 'n' Whistle 

World Press Perry Mason 

World Press David Fntl 

NET Journal David Frcist 

NET JoUritol David Fruet 

Gun smoke 

Perry Mascei 

Perry Mason 

Rat ratnl 

Bob Corcoran 
Movie 

Movie 

Movla 

Man AUvB 

^rts; Movie 

1 U.S. Issues Bing Ciiwby 

News New, 

Dick Cavrtt Johnny Canon 

Name rt Cam* 
Man Alive 

Newt 

News 

Carol Bumell 

Can* Burnett 

News 

Movie 

10:2 

10:2 1 
11:2 

11:2 

Iroralde 

Ironside 

New* 

. Newa 

Amuntlng News 

News 

Big Valley ' 

Big Velley 

Carol Burnett 

Carol Burnett 

Steve McQueen 
Mere Orlffin 

ITirlller 

TTirlller 

Bob Corcoran 

Movie 

1 Dick Cavctl Johnny Carton 

Oldt Caved Johnny Carsoo 

Movie 

Movie 

1 Movie 
, Movie 

12:2 

1 19:2 

1 Perry's Probe 

1 Tides and Tralli 

1 News 

Merv Grinin 

Merv Griffin 

i Rob Corcoran 

1 Boh Corcoran 


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4xS w PbAeunl . 22 

4x4 Hrmni CcUlas Panel*.1.49 

4x4 Sealsem CeiLlBi Paaela .. 27S 

4x8 WALL BOARD 
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4M Uitfln. Malwt. CoOasa ... 2.2 
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4x4 DRESSED CEDAR 
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ThJt If food Utflfty and Bettar 

and very auHabla ter all you 

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Induetrla] and Cammerelal Free Planning and dedgnlng. Free eetl- 
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24"x78”xi6' Unianded cack 2c 

Partide and Hard Boards 

4'x8-xW Pamela Board 3.2 
4x8'x%" Partide Beard 3.2 
4'x8‘xa'‘ Partide Board 3.79 
4'x8'xH" Hardboard 12 

4'x8 xV Cellinc Tlla Panel 1 a 

Paint Bargains 


Painter* and De4xirator* 


TK VICTOPJA CEMENT MAN Induftrlal and Coinmcrclal. iar^n 

Sa?.i“1L^ T pSiS y 306 . RENOVATIONS SPECIALTY reasonable 


GARDEN CLEAN UP (XiaSir'^“adf’‘.^SPa'^aod 

DECORATORS co«ti lor isiliei ond senile men. We 

Have your nrden put Into lop Pointers Paporhangars rrftyl*. 

shape now I will lake car* of Snrav Paintora-- 

maklnf your garden lovelier myielf r^Wl* Service 

Ai, work wui be admired by all. Plaster Repair* __ 


& 1 VI* araAXM/auxki TUTORING Paint Bargains 

-— - toms your pi^lem* to ui supertone Staln- 

Yauop* W* have helped other*. «ave. a Hsid, Green. Brown Galkm 2.39 

RRmen rut-mHf taitip* wtiole jctiort year by oflerlns the Supeitone Exterior Latex— 

BRITISH CUJTOM TAI 1 .ORS belt In lulorins Irom Grade 1 to Rad Brown Green Whtta Gel 

Cuatotn made fUl^ s arki aikl unlveralty level*: sivtns Individual 

ooati for lad e* and sent emen. We inmruciinn. .xtandin. rria>w«iv and n ........ *'** 

alter, remodel and rcftyle 12? Supertane Exterior ai Paint 

13 “ BLAHSHARD ^ aSJ.2631 ^d. te.v « " 

. _Si* particular needa. May we Supertone Intertor L^tez 


Tree Servtfse 


• 386 RENOVATIONS SPECIALTY quality work and reasonable Cimvenienl Time Pnvmettr* HOUSTON TREE 

” ** iteatdemial and cammerclaL Alrteht W «»" «nord, pleaae ‘^;Onvenieni lime l-ayments SERVICE 

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help snuT 

UNIVERSAL TUTORING 

Stretch Deck Paint 

Phixtc 385-8609 Afiv Him. StTcUMez two coat ayttem 

- .. .i- . . --— -— Per asllon 13 2 

tree! expbilly pruned, Miade and, Per j calldn 688 71 

onwmcnUI ihapcd. Selective lot 88 FUEL 

ciewins. Free inaired. _ ___Paneling Bargains 

_ ”* *** _ DRYLAND FIR WOOD. NEVER 

INSURED 1“ "2*1 V* • corda 114.2. P«toUahed c*.Ua«e niaha|ev 

MT. VIEW TREESERVICE Beet Fuel Company, 24-294 _ 4x8 Tahitian Tlnte-Qwloe rt 

— 479-W36 ni,w»A aiiA SUvep Alh, Clt*ianK>i TrtM 

Topping, limbing, pruning, tailing, Wood aJM SawtniBt Walnut Tone each 117 

thade and dangeroui trece taken i...... —__ — 

down. diTuba irttnmed. lUunpi FUEL CO. LTD.. 38S- ceaL-n* 

removed. Free eetlmate* Coedwood, 3 cui^ 926. Planer (.>araen Stakes 

- — - -— 1 ends 2 for 123. No wood delivery 42" Broom handlet (Yellow Cadar) 


RELIABLE CEMENT FINISHING. g^Hrr Mf />Vw.lL,o c reference 

Pallo. ildewalkf, floori. ale Rea- FENONG, CUTTERS. CARPORTS 

eonabte rate. 983 8806 repalrt, |2» 2>63a 

- —-— -- hour. 389-3917. ---— -- 

9B4-83W FRANK POLIIANO 9S9-9WS -- LAWNS 

Cement. Sewn. lie. 7 Drulna. Patloi „ _ ,* 8 *^ CONSTRUCTION PRUNING 

--H iLA. and naeveailoaal hocnea GARDEN MAINTENANCE 

Cle [jjtl aim comme r cial bu l ldn S2« 19L 983-UT) 

_ ****** * _ FARMER CXINSTRUenON 'DOwrcARJOTH service " 

__ Omen _ Ran-.v.ii.^ ’** ipeclallae In Garden Clean-upe. 

_ PTONE Vie I 91 a. Sin Remodelling and Malnlenanr* Oul 

Palmiiig. repalra. removal*, garden, _ ‘ __ standing Workmanahlp 02.2811 


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SERVICE 

RceldenUai — Commercial 
loUtfor — Exterior 
2 yeara' experience In Victoria 
Free Eiilmatet — Terre* 

Call TED HILL-TOUT - today 
_ 192D Oak Bay Av* 

i RROTHERS PAINTING 

AND DECORATING 
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removed. Free eatlmate* 




A-1 CLEAN-UP SERVICE. GARB- FRAMING AND REPAIRS DOOR 
age hauled, bauemente. attic*, ~ ji'MaUaUon. 385-4873, 

aavaftrmign* or yard* cleuwd »n«rnoon» 386-2525 

LTi..REPAIRS AND ALTERATIONS," 


X-vaaK ' 041. L^iweil rate* 

__guaranteed tTHebad. 

MOWING LAWNS AND ROTOTIL - 

ling. Clean up yardi and baae- _ iSi.i; 

menu. Free eatlmatea 479-S913. 


Wall WoahlNg 


WEBB AND SON 

3844837 — PaperbanglDg, pafeiil^ 

Quick, clean, reliable. Fnit-rlaii 


We guarantee aatlitacUon. 1834)436 q g * CONCTRtJCTION 4D Dli TOM'S nLLING. POWERFUL I •"^rnanNilp. X yaarF experience. 
- 477-1712. machine through imall gale. |S' Term* If deilred. 


HAYWARDS WALL WASHING 
Free Eatlmate*. 3G4)7Kl 


WlDiiow Oeanen 


M TTiwstipw STEWART and HUDSON 

—_Open 6 Days. 7 ;30-5:30 

IWAN'TED - STANDING OR C:harg€S, Budgets— 386-3211 
felled umber Perry Brue. 478.3530 * , 


Delivery aiMl Tramler 


r WINDOW cleaning 


RUBBISH HAULED. BASEMENTS __I hourly 22IIU DtSCn PaiWTlw? - .t WINDOW CLEANING RBSl- 

Free eatlmalee 30 93M. j!“c!^Van SAVE UR-SELF MONEY' U-PAK ^ eallmalei. Cal anytime. 22- “ «ent -- 

Nca 984471S anvtlma we move-furaltuia. appliancM. etr. *“> W Fr?r 1 

-- &KS yw bu«ini»ti require dellvehei P R 0 F E S S IONal rARD^NfF n>1H81. f jg TBAVEL 

CLEANING. DEMOLITION. HAUL- ««’;'««’ iandicupe and garden deiign. YodI CARL ANDRIESSEN ' ' VANCOUVER TO AMSTERDAiT 

inf, renelTf tm toh hiff at- ACTION tor rewlti thei wl 1 te wnrk fp 22 MfimAioa tOA ituw VAficuuvfiK ro am 2 |K.kuam 

.mill Veiv re^^le cill “ Meet to you AltncUve rate* Profe^o,^ IXilch Decorator Rouad trip 14-2 day*. 9493 29-45 

90267 anytime <r 32006 after 6 -To Serve U-BeOrr- dial ^ TIME TO ROTOVATE. WEED Reliable day*. H30 

_ Ml-.?g_ACT10H TT^ufer In.urad cut lawn., etc 479- VANCOlK^R TO LONDON 


VANCOUVER TO AMSTERDAM 
Round trip 14-2 day*. 9193 2-15 
day.. 9430. 


T. LAWSON. PAINTER AND I Rouild^trip*^^^ dw »^9W?*^29riS 


13 RESPONSIBLE YOUNG MEN FREE ESTIMATES. PROFKK. ---- j' FAINTER AND Round tri 

own trudi; want cartage or cieaauc atonal movlBg. <iaraae etc 9a9.9an ROTOTILLING, AND GARDENING, “•eorator Flnl claai work at daya 9407. o*'5» renuy-imatru cunvreut. 21“ JW"*, m *“ ..ai.ra 

Ig^ Reawnabl. rrt«. 38222 or miyUme reaves _ Save^ephon . number 384.5391 BAINS TB AVEU 3H4-t8U _ Por Estimate M'“rellrt.hed mahog^iy 

--- SMALL MOVING JOBS p^ERIENCED GARDENER CUT Swv - Phonp 47fL170l nr Rea 4x8'xii" Hardboeird tl.95 

YARDS. BASEMENTS ATTICS evening* and weekend! milv Fvl lewna-own power mower 388-721 NOT HAVE YOUR PAINT- m PHTB^NATiR S^tTPertofia Interlfx- lattx. EaL G.SO 

daaned. eubfatah hauled away, pcrienced men. 384 MS' -decorating do"* by a ” t'l!j*6!K»« AL« , 478r2737 or 478-1086 Bream Intertor latex, gal. r.49 

ai^uTsarv*!^"- o7F-ba-y7 tra«sfeil M6 ^1to IU.p.Jr. Ps^^s. ^cliAN. 8L FV. INTER^I 2949 Phipps Road ^ SS 

DUSTMAN SERVICE. BOTOVA- ° **"'** - ^ - CiriTERS CLEANED AND HK- FIRST f|ke to me3**tion-.inoklng' young j Mon. UlTU Sat. (6 dsys) F“«» •“d Shingle ttl 

ting and nibttah hauled AU odd Draftlax P""'' Reaeonahle rate. 385-7878. v75 *5?!! !!?>' **«*•' - r a v. 

»<>« __ _ -- -MM SintiM *- 290 _: LEAKY BASEMENTS LANGFORD BUILDING 

IMMEDIATE CLEAN-UP SERVICE -M.ARCUS DESIGN ASSOCIATES JaJlItor ftarvlfie TUTrcA u '~ i_ JT-T ^T. '. ' ' CARROL GENE BARTON, PHONE Pennanent Cement - tail tetting. SUPPLY AND HARDWARE 

Biaemenli. oompoet pMea and ?••*?*!*'•’ •'•d commercial draft- - -J^RWpR AND EXTERIOR FOB 253 5303 San Joae ertlect. Very to handle all water leaks, even lete open Seven Daya a Week 

vatd.. »4-7SK "" Ing. 383-5480. 1888 Cook SL LADIES; *ood job and leeannaWe rite call unert We all tove vou Tom^nder water Albitoi the wonderful r^lrSnvviv t!m 

— .---Spring houiecleanlng, e 111 r l e n l George. Free fftimatei. 382-9473. KemwUi and Mother. I keep In cement bonding material stRitf new ph *ta.m* 

IMMEDIATE CLEAN-UP 8ERV Draperltia female elan Mfr3»i26. Yftir ~nuv~^iir~' i-. tt,! !' -TS?. tout* with K.S.P . H.M.K. concrete to offi. rn. em-i/ai 

J^Batomjrn*. comport pile, and -^„:7-BRiN^Y-5CS-HOUSE -- SSr. pTdo tSFBSSTsfrwok.NO riiFli-DY I ”Totr.nAr rtrorvi,™ ’ 

---- 1 . WITH YOU TO SHOP? *kUllMcapiBg guaranleixl. Reaionable. S8S-S717. travelling ixunpaRldn to .hare 3S9 Garbally Rc*d 3 S 2 . 5 I 78 SPECIAL DISCOUNTS 

S^V"l»3\"*a.y-t/aredn‘dv5e^! ALCREST LANDSCAPlW MT^O^NO INTERIOR ---.. BT Foreet Gate _ LUMBER PLYWOOD 

^fo nable rate. 32-MI8_«II mj^ « 1 I TREE TRIMMING. *’'* dENTLEMAN. 44. -' wANTS ' TO I Work Bern. rmaroHan «w. ^ 


WANTED; TIMBER STANDING 
I or felled. Top price, paid 38*5704. _ 

6S BUlLllING SUPPUES 

BUILDING A HOUSE? 4 

I sn' 

COLUMBIA H 

I READY - MIX LTD. 

Sand, yravel, drain gravel ^ 


BAINS TRAVEL 3H4-t8U 


PERSONALS 


and rrrady-mixed concrete. 1 *^ — 

For Free Estimate tx8‘ Prellolihed mahaean 


YOUNG MAN. 9L 5'9". INTER-1 
eMed In toimce and travel, would I 


Phone 478-1701 or Res. 
478'2737 or 478-1086 
2949 Phipps Road 


400 Block 
Gorge Road East 

WHY PAY MORE 

4*8 WATERPROOF PL'YWOOD 
UNSANOED BAHI^D 

5/16.B.2S M.4945 

H.93.48 H.. $4.55 

■4-.94.4S 96._-2» 

H -225 S.2» 

k .. RS ThMA.p.S 

996 oa PVU liTlJti* Plaatir 

patio panelA Sfr'Rr* . B.n 

28"XUB" 2.26 

4x8' Prellolihed mahogany |27S 

4x8'xK" BardbiHird ti-95 

SupertefM Interlfx- latex, gaL 2 .S 0 
Bream Intertor latex, gal. t7.49 

Breeze Exterior latex, gaL 18.49 

Monamel Semi Ghm. sal. 2 49 

Fence and Shlngla Staia Et4l 


ting and rubUah hauled. AU odd npam» 

tobe 47M44t. ___i*raniDg 

IMMEDIATE CLEAN UP SERVICE DESIGN ASSOCTATES 

BeaemeMi. comport pMea and Sl'’i|jL 

yard.. 284-7587 Uig. 363-5480. 1888 Cook SL 


IMMEDIATE CLEANUP SERV 
Ice Biaementi, oompert plica and 
yard.. 3H-7S87 


Draperl 499 


female alatr. 26-3826. 


jmrd.. 384-7587 CAN'T BRING YOUR HOUSE , I jiitrtiw-nrrinr 

----- WITH YOU TO SHOP’ ..**!4»capiDg 

BASEMENT. BACKYARD CLEAN There* no need - Juat ring Thel -ot'UT t AMr-.c/-r.‘^TTi7^ 
up, haullpg awair. Free ertlmatea BAY and a fully - trained adviser ALLKLSl LANDSCAPING 
Reaionable rate. 32-4R8 MU make arrangement* to call TRFF TRTMII/TTNrt 

— w niiae r«r.. ir.wT:;^- wllh eaniplm. See the eftert rt the ^ 


Reaionable rate. 32-4R8 


wv.i'??! iiw imnJi. »material under yonr own ilghung 

saxian 11 2 Hll mde » 1«6 ^ you, othg, furaMklnB? 

ALL TYPES or CLEAN-UP Dr9P«ry 

work, big or unaJI Call Bob. 3R9-aif “f Slip Coveix 25 UIl. 


TREE TRIMMING. 
GARDENING 
CLEAN-UP SERVICE 


phone OMglai. 4^ 5307 GENTLEMAN. 44. WANTS TO I Work BcrK3> tmaterian 

PAnnTNR ANII nervtRATiMr- !“*>' for company, trip., ItooI Hack 

He;^Sb?e ^^'sfUlbort " *“* 


940 COLDSTREAM AVB. 
PH. 479-172 


SPECIAL DISCOUNTS 
LUMBER PLYWfXlD 
Before You Buy 


RUBBISH HAULED. ANYTHING 
of value bought lor ra«h. 9894463 


Con tractor* 


anteed. Terma. 382-7trt5. 479-2473 
I 918 PER ROOM 


Monday Movies 

NOTE: Two reconunended films this week, on 
Tuesday and Friday. The movie will be cut drastically 
Wednesday and Thursday by moon walks. 

9:00 a.m. — Intent to Kill (good 1959 sick-dictatorl 
suspense), Herbert Lorn, Warren Stevens. Richard Todd. 
Lots of fun — 4. 

12:45 noon — Mr. Denning Drives North (fairly good 
1951 suspense I , John Mills, who never makes a lemon - 
6 . 8 . 

5:30 p.m. — Jamaica Run (very rfrutine 19S3 
adventure). Arlene Dahl, a member of the RhtHida 
Fleming breathing school -■ 12. 

5:30 — Dtrfl That Totrfe the Town (poorlah 1961 
Dubber). Virna Uai — 13. 

C4:30—Where the Bullets Fly (cheap 1966 spy 
comedy). Dawn Addami and other nobodies—4. 

8:30—Down Memory Lane (1949 silent-film com¬ 
pendium). Ignore the asinine plot and dig W. C. Fields 
and other bygones—13. 

11:3(^—Saint Strikes Back (1939 George Sanders)—7. 

11 :45— -Untamed Frontier (1952 cattiemen-vs.- 
hoiDesteader* yawn), Joseph (Totten, Shelley Winters 2, 

&12d)0 No Man Is an Island (fairly good 1963 
Philippines war). Jeff Hunter. Based on fact— 

1:09 a.ro.—Cnnbat Squad (phoney 1953 K<H?ean wir 
fairytale), J<^n Ireland, ton McAllister. The brother and 
nephew of George Montgomery—5. 


Monde V Radio 

APOLLO: No special bradcasts are in sight. 

1:15 p.m.—Today's Artist: Henryk Szeryng—CBU-FM 
UB.7). 

. 1:05—Gala Performance includes a Scherzo by Litoff 
which IS short but highly entertaining—CPMS (98.5). 

9:00—19ie second of two programs on Berthoid Brecht 
to also about Kurt Weiil-CBU-FM. 

•—Recommended; C—Color. 


GENERAL SOUSE AND APART-1 Guaranteed work. 4774804 

meni framing and renovation.. 385-1- — - — 

SSI2 between 1-S. Free etUmalei. , DrMam&ktap 


G. W, WHEATON LTD. 

Rep«ln Altefuridn. 38M 


Local 241. Lawn* aerated, ralrtllled. dreiMd. 918 PER BOOM to VwMera /iSnie. nr i ” 

THE BAY weded and edged. Tree., .brubx Guaranteed lirit-elau work. Ex- «neli SAANICH LUMBER 

F A sU i 7r N ~i^A PirBr*-a "‘“•L*' or r*' “'''"f ''«* ••""'•tei. I84-M12 ' 3041 Dnugiaa St. 38^34 

rt^^rJ'SbolSfr? {Tn^l, b^.t" SeUABLE PAINTWC AND DEC- - rLSoaoircfATToli^S- '^^ 

Free arti melei. 47 9.7Dai_ eteSSI Y^r o"'*"*! ^ e.Uraate. n yw*^ , d^kiS SJ^Ilem MATERIA 

nnAPVtitve uapw tw Pound mfintentoncf for jBwnft. FYf# 47N-gHn. ymni to rtiili inoAil^ 'yp**? SCT^eft bioCs lonccf, FY' 

_= A»5pr,os4ro^r,o,- s^v.irir'cT^’MT'S'S...!'”'*'' 

„ ..-DOWS LANDSCAPING SERVICFA aUARAHTEI.D WORK HZ 9S2t ! - - 

_""WsmsMag_ Speclaltong in EXCLUSIVE Mod- SCANDINAVIAN--“ BUILDING SUPPLIES 

n ANY ^Irtera rtid Demratora - 2341713 ^ Bpsngiiss PERSONALS „ t 


meet l4dy for company, tript,'Tool Reck tiTC ^ 

cafflDlng. etc. VlClorU Pre.. Box - Boat Ell* - Compara our q uality a^ prl^. 

226. SfUlboat 137111 Plywood, roofing lamlatlon. 

I - - -- - Pram Olrtxhv ra il donn, hardware. Free efUmatIng 

MODERA COUPLE WOULD LIKE nraenhSSai M M •'•liable at no extra cart or 

'to hetu- from twingers, couple, or < riuBoo obligation For quaJIty. eervioe airt 

aingle. Dlacretlon taeured. Victoria _^“AA"ILH LUMBER gURrantecd MtliJactlan and aivln 

_ \^ir ‘? 2 J“Sf.y?.lr Sbop^ng 

mid «m.c dull. ph.rte3W 

ADOPTION INFORMATION SERV- 1 tinn* Ctaeo ProdUrts 562-4167. BUILDING SUPPLY 

Ice. Pbon# 479-1580 or 384-2584. „rmw ^ Eaqulmalt Rd. S83-2Z11 


H. L RENOVATIONS LTD 

Wfi Quadra 2 
479-4*13 


tD. I FASHION CKAk’T SHOP Countrv Gardena. HARniV anv 

**“■“* n MAI^ENANCE. Excellent work 

m- alteraltOBa. fur re- maiublp * 0-2881 

modelling, formal and bridal -. 

reiUala. parly roatuine. HARVEY'S LANDSCAPING AND 


“ 2m_ Ptoitoro r* _ tor "that ' nUORTANT ■ WED- 

HARVEY'S LANDSCAPING AND LATHING. STUCCO. ORYWALL. 4101 ^recepUon. 'rte Quafna Room. 


S. J. PEDEN LTD. 

CEILING TILE-WHITE 


RENOVATIONS OR 

_ N EW CO NgrRUCTIONr: 

FREE BSTIMATU WITHOUT 


BARKER LANDSCAPING 


STUCCOING. PLASTERING. 


OBLIGATION:! WE SPECIALIZE ALraRATIOHS. nodi Worlc, Pattoi. elc. Lawn alieralluns. rewnanle. 479-1771 

IN SOLVING TRICKY CONSTRUC- Eaciilmart area, apaa.im. Term.. 2>dB& - — 


parliea For reaervatlon. and infor¬ 
mation. 386-a2 aak for Mr. Bratt- 
fchmid, catering nvinager. 


TION PRCSLEHS'I! 3lrt-36B —__^- 

PoundatJon repalrt. re-locate a dres^IAKINg and altfha w ® SORE CURE 

•all. biatail a halhroom, remodel a iiS; ,nd rrS-hrt pKii ' * * " Hedge. 

kXchen. ccnatrael a porch. NDdedi. ‘S?- v“igai?» Pleaae ahruba. and clean up 28-3M4 


PlombiBg and Heatlsg 


I order early 3834179 


__ _euuvar Iiland? All ages. rale. 

ELECnUC S E W E R OOT E R . reaaonablc. tnformaUnn (or .fampen 


tng. rtuceo 
rortlng. 


plarter parting | DR^^HG AND ALTERA-[ Emil. 3 «i 7 M. 


Drywall 


Law* Servl4W 


Notl Plumblnx And Httttni 1’^-Duncait 
^ Ud. 3C*tSDfl -^ 

! i. ,L-T=.i:7LL—( PHYSICAL FIINESS 


YOU NAME rr-WE SOLVE IT IcOMPLETC DRYWALL JCffl, AND R^NG. A E R AT 1 NG. -A~iL~BhOWN ».»47 “ 

■W-.CAMPBEIX LTD. ' 5SV" Hemodel llng' New Work 


carton 

239 

exSxS Partlel* Board 

EbS 

4x8x1a Hardboard 

gl.2 

WALL PANELLING 


4x8 Colourionad Mahogany 

in 

Gold and Brown 

UTS 

4x9 Heartweod Cherry 

M55 

FCR PLY VALUES 


txgxK Sanded 

2 68 

«iBxla Sanded 

ts 

4\8xU-2 Factory Sanded 

7 75 

4x8x5-11 Uneandtd 

c.» 

4x8xS Unaanilcd 

13 » 


W. CAMPBEIX LTD. |47i341l'...ee MaetW Bro tw. 388-3988 1 ^a.r* .-veir^iiir*_! .186-7311 "Y" 386-7511 

|" Eler»rl«l‘^tg,;r:iiS~ M- 0 .ry ' Prof,.aion,i Servic e* clairvoyant.—GU l^N-CE. 

I*****" BUCKS*Sj3STBir rocfworli. Fm MUmatea^S&JH^*’ BooCIb*, l■Mt>UalI. Bldtu VICTORIA, HYPNOSIS SERVICES 


lalri Remodelling New Work 

Profesalon*] Service* 


week 8 it the hardware spbcul 

^oevE*. ..v» •>oe>rei< SAVE 40 per ceni on Amerocb 

>ot>-f.7ll 1 38(^7511 1 cabinet hardware on dlipl^. riill 


CLAIRVOYANT. GUIDANCE. 


carton loti only. 


INTER-ISLAND 
CONSTRUCTION LTD. 


Mailed Hydru Onanring 

BUCKLE ELECnuc 
479-39U igs-aon 


**** _FIREPLACES AND CHIMNEYS. A 

McUUY ELECTRIC lamokey firaptec* can lie meaay 

Hew and rtdw luxnra .uaually unneceatery. For rcpalri or 

Bawirtni Expert -JIactric Heatiag rcaiady, call Bob, 385-3138. 


1 . Hammajonary. tstimney.. r • — -— - -•_ 386-2685 j <5 j PEPlFN I.Tn 

tSrtL ^ c ^atea^M lgif^ Bot rftog. iBeBlaUQi i. B ldteg ^S!«atiuS"aho“ p^Y'cM^i^*^ Quesnel St. 38^3164 


iGeneral — Residential w-om ——^- 

Alteration! and apartment older aoMBS REW^b7 ho repaira Ruf^aoJu^mun 
traaiag. wo ^.~^AlFrY- 

383-7802 EDDY'S ELE CTRIC. 185-712 m ag rtil p Raaappabla 30*82 

rok COKPLITE PROFESSIONAL — . . ^t-ECT RlC ^ _ _ 

bulidint aarvlee. carpentry, amcoo. •PPtMae* MOBameBtal 

t. ^ _“^esraiEiB mohuic 

*^151!_!_-IT- 

PAUL EVANS. GENERAL CON DRAIN FIELDS. SEWER LINES ™ ^ 

'iradcra. PaiMliic, aavertraughi. aepllc tank, front eiM) loader and -ieri. W Ai>T wn wT acwi 

drain Ule. fencing if our aptcially. hadthoe A. B Aldridge. »17» w STEWART MONIMEHI 

NoUiln. too W, or too «.ll. lA 3«^7_ _ "**_ KHrtS^SHED 115 . 

: UARDON HOMli"LTO:-i SaodlBg *“*' - 

rra, ***^*"” ““ 

Flftoncta, - 52-682 ^ - „T-- _ 


STONE WORK. QUALITY WORK- 

maartilp Raaappabla 30 deaL 

MoBameiital 

MOR-rniERB MONUliSSTi” 
CSIABUSBED isn 
"ITie Flnert hi CraA*mana&lp“ 
6 S David SL a»«4ZI 

STEWART MONIweNTAL 
Wuriu Lid. 
EHfABLISlIRD 126 
1466 May SL 394.3152 


STEWART AND HUDSON 

"The Inflatke flgblari" 
□o re-roote or new rooii 
Quality worlUDaiugiip at 
ccntpetlUve nrlcai 
EjUT "niRMS 


CYBERNETICS CENTRE LTa, 

^nte_i_8I9j;ott^. 32-pna special FROM FACHORY 

FREE SOME DEMONSTRATION 

tor the new 'TRlM^yM" exer- Bav roncreu Biivk ce ltd 
cta er and relaxe r Phone 47M22 m 94 » 

HAVE YOUR TEA CUP READ BY r.~i- tii. la. 

^lUte. Arr..> Haateurto-t. 7 . gadInJ“Block Jte 


I IMMEDIATE DELIVERY SERVICE 
TO ALL GULP ISLAND POINTS 


18 " AND 91" SHAKCS. (UtDERS 
taken. 885-3579. 

7* MUSICAL 

INSTBUMENTS 

NEW PIANOS 

by Heintzman 
BELL 
LESAGE 
NIEER 

See the complete line of 
electronic oigans by 
Eloctruhome and Phillip* 
at 

I 

WOODWARD'S MAYFAIR 
2nd Floor 


One only 
COMBO ORGAN 


_I Dacorallw Block 

CARO READDfC. CALL AFTER slFatlO Stone. 516 
p.m. 25-211. I Patio Stone. 15> 


ir.: s 

Xr. -»»nera-or , 2^ 

lallun and repalra 4t EDUCAnON _ _ >__ 

tlT Fori 2 _ 3«-2ni -TONCRETE PATIO MATERIALS 

PAHKFH jiiavii-mN I-m , ^QU CAN FINISH RICH All typea rt wxeen bloric tenm 

ISU BROAD STREET 3B3A161 S^hSL. ’’Mdern itreamllMd Free eetimale*. Eaay tnrtrueUona 


^ Philips portable witti 3 
2 c octaves on each note — Vox 
bass — 5 voices — Vibrato 
and reverb — aropllfled 


_ ,__ and reverb — aropllfled 

_ TONCRETE PATIO MATERIALS included. S%5. Convenient 


If* — CabiBKi 
BRAY 
I LTD 


la DUNCAN I 

Floor landing and iwOniAIng. Piwe _ 
eacunaut. isSmi or 29 79*7 I 


Falatera ud Decorator* 


PAHKl-'H jiiavK-mN I-m , van riniau uiUH AJI typea rt wreen Mo« tenm 

‘AL ISU BROAD STREET 32AI81 the nudern itruamllMd Free eetimale*. Eeay tnrtrueUona 

^5MNG*‘'lSu£friON At'ItJ SL'ST'ptf^rtor’^Pr » ItJ 

very BEST 0«r 2 year*' eenv Provloeirt w 410, 

Bgan bJACd dMIiMifi# to "Axm A •hrt ♦ttST •MfVKf CXSITl^ Of (OT ft-' ‘ — 

wite^penenw to we TU,^ dljtnm* 1.aa> CXEAHING AT S CENTS A FOOT 

. SeBtIc Tmafra parnMla a 1 1 book* aippiled oa-coior 3-xtep mahogany caalng 

ior*_P _nwi* fg write today. 1707 Cuiiegi* Not rejerte Millatrean Road Sup- 

_jsEPnr TANKS. DRAIN FIELDS. Cre*. 588-912 pItM. 262 Mlllatream Rd. 4T51W2 


credit terms 

WOODWARD'S, WAYFAIR 
Ihid Fioor 


•^*-**^ ^ATnaON Ihackhoa work. B J. CoartrucUab. y ii r n R~i u r-. D^vvMtr.wTTluaMTuiPi rr nwmRltTVS I N-r .9?—®® ** *5 
9TING CONTRACTORS LTri SM-'nsn nr JM.TtU* Ls.^ R" * " “j L_. W*>.9f P'ftf*’ food 


•“ PAINTING CONTRACTORS LTD 82-732 or 5K-284S, 

OsrdeBI^ anub « inny Pap^bamr*- 

rwl jnCTORIA GROUND SERVICE-S' *3’ ^ Jb^pJK _ 

,rii; wrylce* by experkaeed BAf^ GE^RAL ^^PIUTT ELECTRIC S E W K 


Ibrtg by emarianeed teaehet.iterior cedar puDeUng A new condition Phone 773-332 
Frencfi, tIatK. odw airt oldlthature wall material fnai I* meflr .-z-- 


EENOVA-nONS. GUTTERS. SIDE- creenik«Sr"”'lAiTi*"'lilS^iMted" SEWK^ROOTER. JACK HORNER KINDERGARTEN l~- ‘ — ” - - 

walk*. KRtAaiw a apeetollT i^hl Smp Kr iMlrt eflklenL R2lil«r noar for September, tnon^ SPLIT CEDAR POSTS IOC b-OOT - 

Builder. Ev„ 6 n.U 2 re.n":p’'5B2.»1?"'“‘""“ ^Sl|T^lib * Jl?, £ 


reethud or IS-Tae* land 100 per cent hand made. Rune 

ia ' ^» Zl.-.. iHaney, 4a2.7«a 


CBC KING 

ttegliterad planu tuner 
Phone ITT-nU 


N DUCKWORTH, PIANO TUHEH 
382-3083 6 to a p-m. 



























CHRISCRAFT CAVALIER 1 S < 0. 
185 h.pi, iJeepi 4. S.W. cooling. 
profMM flMpe, ttSOO. 3S4-ITI2 

»n» « t-m. _ 

' nUNDERBIRO 28 
EsceDoit rondltWai, fuUy «qulpped, 
refilled tor new ge&im. Muit leli 
I4.a8& Pham »-?277. _ 

BASIC -MATERIAL FOR 7*1" 
SABOT ulllag boai. tri 00. 

&AANICB LDMBER YARES 

MBl DOIKMAS 5T. _ MS-IW 

M tr FIRBBGIASED R U K- 
•boaL 18 h.p. Bvlanirie. like amt, 
BKtrali, coTtlMi ta«, UK tniter. 
mi> plate*. Many extru. Wartb 
n—aa ai, m-llfli. _ 

PACiriC QUEEN U "A" 
Uoanoe. 3* III. Spbaael, Loran. 
Wood! Freman ante, ptiot fi apooi 


VAN ISLE MARINA 


lfl88 13S CC ITAUAN VOTA. 4- 
ipeed tceeler. OUd. 478-7306._ 

■a B.S.A 6M. SEUt-CUSTOK 
!teU or trade tor car. Say. 8M-019T 

^Tda 490. &BB MUX, nCUACU- 

ilale. hate oBCr. 04-2381 


PIAWn 

Some rental Inatnuneau 
avaUabl* 


IMSmUMENTS - ACCBSSORIQ 
SHEET MUnC 
PRIVATE MUSIC LlOKins 
SCHOOL BAND BEKTALS 
CUMPLETS BEPAIS SERVICE 

r28 Fort SL 38S-S343 


B 80NDA CB 40. GOOD CONDI- 
»OB 388-8S89 _ 

lOT BSA BANTAM. RECENTLY 
lOvarhauleA, oOan. I%iaa (7T-m6. 

IM YAMAHA 80*^ MSO OR 
laOana Fbaam «9I SHL 


BERNIE PORTER MUSIC 
1724 Douglas .‘IS2-9542 


SSIA BRAND NEW 17 ALUMINUM 
,Vaj<aS*r. alfo 2 uaed ateteardi, lU 
|kp aad S hp. M44nn 

^17 PLYWOOD BURUABOLT, 
fite^Ma* baUetn. r bauaa. 8125. 476 
53S>. 


KIDS: SEE THE ALL NEW 

RaMgti "Chcin>er‘' and CC.M. 
‘Haraiider" now In M e ek . 

RORiiiaoirs 

UBT Broad a. SRMAa 


8-n. DEEP-VEE FDREGLASE. 
190 Double Eacia, MB 96 h.a 
Eeteruda **i— ffT I nnrtiii Irallte 
Sleeper «atk MU cmvu. Ke 
JaAte*. tonitHT*. 3 mate- iMi. TW 
whole uaad laaa than W 
Sava. •1.99D 

M. GREW, MO kp. Valeo InbMrt 
<^teat<il. AMWU haatbouie tapt 


MOST ALL INSTEUMENTS 
HALL AND PiUBFEELD 
_ Hi PORT - MB B _ 

GUITAR LESSORS CLASSICAL 
or folk. PlaaM phona Tony Wllan. 
382-2040. 

AccoRraoH LESSONS. ~ nratA 
menu loaned to kteinneri nan 
Karl amna %-304n. 

TOTRUefioN 

On all InitrBnentL Scott WMd i 
Mude SU-nn or 477-4044 


»FT- PLYWOOD BOAT. B-H.P 
Jtdsnm and conlrols and tntler 
8298 803-534 9_ 

a FT. CABIN CRUBER. B RTIRSF 
tnm laboard mobr. ntttflce lor 
C.ae Call 477-5828 


BILL'S CYCLE SHOP 
B.R.C. 10 apaada. 879.9S 
Ba and Her lOepMali, CB 95 
Where you aaau wKli caah: 
lin Oak Bay A«u 383-21 

RUSS HAT'S BICYCL^SHOP 
Be GOVT. aoMt 

Where Yea Pvk 0 TNa Dean 


rr INBOA RDOUTSOABO. DEEP 
V, de luae. c o mt d Ht with Road 
1 ^—• tenner < 7»feB Bifcj 

»• CHRISCRAFT CAVALIER. 
Emieni condition. BHWpOd. 88.950. 


OMLT m 


42-R. TWIN SC^W t>r«Mede<* 
cnilisr. Radar. lAiine. aouader 
auto. uudaa f heeL 828.800 

32-fl. TWIN SCREW aU-ereaBw 
cnSxer. ILta 


ir CLASPAR. 41 JOHNSON 
electric, fadiory tnllte, IBS s90- 


Enn^ now 


TV, STKBRO. RADIO 
SAUCS AND SERVICE 

cctoR-vu’rv^ 

U2U Fairfietd Rd. 
BLACK and WHITE 
SERVICE CALL 
r.5o 

With this ad. $5.50 
COLOR 

SERVICE CALL 
S9.50 

With this ad, $7.50 
Best Service in Town 
SALES — SERVICE 
9 a.m. to 9 p.m. 
S86>63U. 3tt-«751 


CKXA. »IHCH WHEEL, 
t aaBeaiaa threoghoul 830 


MERCURY OUTBOARD MOTOR 
3.9 h.p.. uced 3 seaaceis. good 
condition. 1140 . 477-2713. 

RX-RCMP BOAT. ETXm . STEEL 

hull. V-« G.M dieael Z' Navy 
Cutter, diesel powered. 479-8110 


1 COtLS- BIKES, AGE 9 OR 10. 1 
jbr^* Mb*, age 14. good ahape. 471- 


DtSPLACttMEWT ffi h.p 
der. on llovc, a aouad akltr 


GIATAMB 10-SPBED. EXCELLENT 
rondlDon. plui acceiaorlea 8110 . 858- 
3825. _ 

lO-SPEBD RALEIGH FIREBIRD. 
,llke new, hardly uied. 880 SS2-2S83. 

GIRL'S BICYCLE SUITABLE 7-U 
'year* ace. Good aaidltian. 532-7Sn. 

BOY'S BBITCUE IT* WHEEL AMD 
acce aa otlB. IB. BB-9I8T 

BOY’S 3B P E K O BIKE. IT' 
iwhed. •». 6584)000 ' 


127-A. CRUISER, ileep 1. enclOMd 
brad. 18,950 

iUtt-n. FIBREGLASS, 40 Evkinide. 

, 6 Johnacn, traHer W.fiO 


n SPOBTENQ GOODS 


GUNS OF AIX rVPES 
44 K^udQf Olid 810; 36 new 
navy ER Rbsb' tUS: 45 

CoN !■: a •« a 8190: 23 
Runr Mark 1 $59; Rem. 20 
auto Vent 8119: 3(MW Johneon 
auto. 8139: 4440 73 Win. 8149: 
303 Bren gun 861: 13 Browning 
<HJ tm: U WhL BM9 U4. 

Um our lay-away 

ROBDfSOK'S 

1307 Bread 3fB-.94B 


VAN ISLE MARINA LTD. 

TSERUM RAEBOOR, BIDHSY, B.C. 
896-ills 


KENT'S 


BE FIRffT^ 
Cbmpiete selection of 
BMebal] and SofOiall Glovei 


Electro-' 

Zenith,^ 


I home, 

R.C A 

Saks, Service, Rentals 


KENTS LTO. 
2408 Beacon Ave. 
658-3723 

Sidney ' 


742 Fort 
3S3-7I04 
Victoria 


IllkSt .88 EnHeld. 80-59. .2 lUllaa 
GalaM Seml-AutDBBtlc ulitaU, 7- 
*01. 899.50 Depodt Pree 

CatalOEoe. loternaBoial Flreanuk 
UU Blcury StncL Metfraal. 

TISHIBC TACKLE 
A cmaplete Baa tir }««■ n*1ng 

PEETZ SRI MlOP 

547 Jiteuxin 383-8852 

COMPERTE LINE OF fXT-TYtHG 
e«ulp aad awtedale See ov lae 

ROTAL COACBMAM TACKLE 
12B Gevemment OMAOEI 

SPRIHG KURA DmHG COURSE, 
elarta April lEh. 

SCUBA SHCH> 

832 Fligard 81. 

Flteda^Outnia Ow SpedaHy 
ROBOISCHrs 

13B7 Broad B 383-340 

GOLF CLtin AMO BAG. NEARLY 

new, 845. 384-1S4. 


2STH ANNIVERSARY 
SPECIAL 

19" RCA Color. Rec. $599 
NOW ONLY $488.»l 
Complete with $30 Stand 
25 Per Cent DISCOUNT 
on RCA Mantel Radios 
QUADRA 
SERVICENTRK 
3514 Quadra 385-642 


FRESH CAOUnOWER 

>atlng or treedDB. 8LS6 a 
<505 Oiaiteld Rd. Brim yew 


OPEN Ml 


)P AT "THE WAREHOUSE.'* 
ileaale Food Dlatrlbulura, 41 
iheiee Bd.. lint lura left - 
pan Itie Johemga St MUge 


100 Hling caUneli. elecBte trp ewMIer, 

.w wwi f _ „„ QBveta calcaUatof a0 reoepHen 

f to ■: tUI 8 a m furniture, etc.. It now lor nale-ai 

-- M ■■■aUi wteea aad naa he H 0 n 

RED OR BLUB RBAMD SIDE OF *1 Sle. 30 7T7 Broushton M.. 
beef, fiSc lb pTtec toeludet eMBtE tatwew U aad I »m. Wed.. Ai»U 
aikl wrtMlag. Bwer Law CoM 4A 

Market, m Eaquinall Rd. ' ~ — - - 

Open till 9 dalty W-im VmNG RAMGS. VIEW 

-door «vea, aiinaW no* donduhai. 

GRANDMA BATS V5 1 RHvteBtor r eft H etite u r, Au 

a LOAVES aJCBD a uarUng eedar, 80, l dra^,, 3 

4 DOZEN rcxiKlES 69r large dnwera, BO: realdting toahle 

VICTORIA WEST BAKERY bed, «talng. maareaa. M matege. 
4U OUIGPLOBBR RD 385-9894 B9: 1 0 t twte launAy hSw, caifor 
. *ieela 09 m-!S» or 384-3630 


STOP RUNNING 
ABOUT. KTART 
SAILING IN A 
HAIDA 26. 


HELP'! WE'RE OVERSTOCKED 
Sewnl goad uaed TTl, KB and i« 


MARINE SUPPL IES 
—YACHT JfTlTiNGS 
CHARTS — CORD¬ 
AGE. BROLITE 
PAINTS. 

OPEN SATURDAYS 
NO PARKING 

PROBLEMS TAPPAM DEDP m a-BUIWEB 

HAYHEW and STRUTT rteH*fhd»*Si-a^ ^“***“‘ 
LTD. M " KL ECTIUC RANGE. 'gOOO 

Chr, Queens mtid DouglBs ******** at-scr _ 

38S-7T04 STOVE and tani. mot 


Continue payment* on IF' 
portable TV. New 0" a 

hwB tm ««» trade. 
avallaUe, ne 0 m« paymmt.l 


Admiral 


Independent Buyer*' 
naenatl Bervlre 
9040 Eaeute iatt Hd MkllM 

TBS BAY 

TXLEVBtON RADIO 
MAXMl APPUAlfCSS 
EXPERT REPAIR SBRWS 
■i«0ra ande la yaw haw er In 
the wretea builM^ hy coo^SteM' 
terhaielaai and backrd by faiaoui 
RRC gMraolee. Toe caa ate year 
RAY AeeosBt. 

DIAL ss-iiu LOCAL man 


VICTORIA BAKERY 


FIRBANK FARM 
UBI RUTAL OAE 
FrtaB Giw9e A egg* 
Oven-ready poMPT- 


IM M18CEUANEOUB 

FOR flAI,E 


m- WESTINGBOUSB SLECTRIT 
ranff. Olfen. 383-37118 

140" MOFFAT BANGS. WORKING 
latter. <98 BS44I42 

!aCA ESTATE «" RARCETm 


OAK BAY MARINE 
SALES AND 
SERVICE 


Largs new stock 
of Sewing Machines 
ntrw in 


M CAMEKAa. SUPPUES 
AMD PHOTO nNKHlMG 


IHTlATiON? 

nor HERE' 

2P' color TVa B per cent off tar 
your trade. Regnlar pticea Pcfm 
im — ealc pnoee Tran 8^ 

NO DOWN PAYMENT TERMS 
avaliaUa. Opca 'til 9 Mfhlly. 
iQfDEPENDBNT BUYERS DB- 


Oak Bay Marina 
384-4141 


Hoover Upright 
Vacuum Cieaners 
Model 361 
$59.88 


WOODWARD'S 


Attoliances, 2Dd Floor 
Mayfair 


HOCHt YOUB BOAT Dl SICMXY 1 

WATER? m 

way ac* ban your oAhaunl 

.ordcad m caa aew ahap? i .—wh - . 

toUte baart tt Ua atdBay maitaa WAITTED. 

t-Ubxpilt—. U* U fwkLf^ 

ALL BAY MARIMA 

BMorude DnJtr aako- P atta-aa v tee ^ JS.* 

2338 Baibcair Hd. «Mi« 


VISIT CANADA'S LRADING 
JEWELLERS 
HBMRT wan wd SONS 
BIRKS dtamatte ore Canada'* 
flneit value. We turtle your 
oQmpaileaa Marted lavlas* os 
eauic ItefcBay. 9iw oir wlaethte 
w rl«a. te tail i* « aad aanten 
RC^ET TERMS AVAlURLE 
Manufecturer* cf ellver baltewwa*e 
and flatware, tanortem cf EuUte 
bone cblsa and me gaaMy Srrlm 


aSAUTlFUL RUSSUN aQUlBBlU 
(ar *Me. jyMid roiMiiai. fearsalr. 


TV RENTALS 

ne Bat TV JteUl Sawlca 
Fyom a* low a 0.01 ^ Moitt 

PHONE TODAY 385-2435 
MAB FURNITURE 
MU CaA SteMt 

NAME BRAND COMPONSlfTS 
•ysB. KL.H. Shore. Sew. Sier. 
sod. Altac. B.V Rnat. tear 


PHILBROOK'S 
SHIPYARD LID 
656-11S7 

teat martee npaii 


SNACK BAH KQWIPMKWt 

SiateMi am chfetete haiBawe 

Deep fryer, etc S92-dm 

CARPENTERS ro'oTi ^TTH 

rut. ylanaa. koad *0) tead Mti. 

I He. Phone 592 2U8 after 5 _ 

1»5 1-CYLINDER VERTICAL OA5 
mnter 195; marold tend eamtra 


S’ Oirte, appoHitad te eaper- 
(CDod yocdiMnan m,9B0 

9F Sedae. dteocl power, hoartwua 
kept 814.98) 

MANY MORE UBTTNGS 
AVAILABLE 


T AMonalte Wadier with 
Nmple controls. 18 lb. wash 
load. 3 cycle aelectlon. 3 year 
Trananilulau Guaraalec. NOW 
ONLY A 

Wiiltidag 4 [ecsmm Area. 
ONLY 819 

AT 

BUTLER BROS 
1729 Diiugla* Street 


5 WAT COMBINATION 
Like New, retteWe party may teha 
over coutraet BalaDea owing 8197. 
COBteet Art. 3IS4BM. 

COWn N ENTAL FORNTTURE 

Sr BwdM Chter TV te Me* 
ratead fteg. teteS ftew Otey 
9*19 M plite trad* 


A—118 G.M. EeM as B P Jai—.. K.C-A. aaa aruflea. err-ana 

*r” **•**' "*“• *“■ SAWTIDl AUTOMATIC AND RE 

, , . _ BW*e notrol *Ude trojacter. Ai 

k-n G.M. dlcaei S;1 ledur gmt S new HI*). 47T-S1M. 

ORB MARINE GHERMAN MADE iiijDtt 

a Brie SL SRMDJ teteC. 08. nma 98Mm 


IWBEELCMAIR. EVEBBT 
iJennlngi Starllner. Practically 
18100. 477-3989 

IvmNOtot WAXmiPC MACMOI 


MALSBU RY WASH-ALL. A UTO- 
mafte. rorteMc high prenim 
waiher, 8290. 1 cu« tom c tb-hl Pam- 
Top truck canony, 820; I Philips 
tape reoorder, luce new. 8S>: 9aU 
Wood* Tent wa* 8179 used once 885, 
trailer uied for )tauilng truck 


SAILBOATS 

Cal 0 Stoop. Co^ete and reed] 

_t 0 go._ __ 


I BUFFET. 

! Biro tage. 


no, FAIR condition' 

no. excellent condlUon. 


Bawaea 0 Sloop. Flbregtaai Mli 

IMS nm. 

ST Sdbooiwr Motor SaBar. WeH 
Eouippad. Ototy J7.80I. 

4r Newpolar^ypa BMOt. Dteal 


A-VTIQUE 


roWTBR WHAT-NOT, 
> brack and oSifr Itaqii 
lar 9 a.tn. 

NEW PIONEER CHAINSAW. IT 
bar. « hour* wrk. 8B-iaa, _ 

I Cl' FT. nuCCDAIBK ftm/M. 


i' steel HuH SaUb. 
Spaclou* Interior 
I* Otiahora Stoop. 

SdtBQna 


DleiM. 

822.000. 

KsloMre 

ISLaa 

waa 


It AXMINSTSB CAJ 

Ittol. teas ani txm 

and dlaUif room. 


find out is making a 
trial bid of throe 


r Sled Hidl 

Sailer Dlcoi _ 

POWERBOATS 

I’ Craaer-Boue ebnata . Fteogtaa. 
Opelotel poa u . vafloui model* 
priced (ran 84.MII 

5 Command Bridge. Twin Chrye- 
~ to* a 821.908 

Iraft. Twin 37S H.P WM 


raoMtet e^dktoa. MS dWawt 

BEAUTIFUL MUSKRAT JAd 
ebaoluMy aa new, tea 8441. 
Ntt-OSIl 


iJT Chrli 


-P—» ~ ■ DABOB TEAK BKADBOAIIP 

ALBERG ta BULL IS, GRAY, <■«. 2? SSi **• 

Sumlog, Apein radlopfeone, depth- **** te*-ma 

meUr, ovoi oa gtehal*. 3 gen- ifOVIHC APRIL %. MUST SELL 
otton. potptta 2 gonaa, man all loteUre. eU. 3aum evatiag* 

iwAa Peaa Yam Magby nilte «r aaOmtote 

L.S toeattoa tteatoc. phow Mr.-- 

Sllnna 381, Ua te BI LIKE NEW. GREY ARBORITF 


tten. m ITMcn _ 

HOmtT IT' ELECnUC RANGE 
__ will aeli or exdiange for Mow n 
AMD arborlle kitchen «et. 502-9578 _ 

nnLm wagon, w. good 

_ oontEtaft. ■». p*am gaa. |8 47»- 


SALES AND SERVICX 
mt quAiHU : 


IT FACTORY BUILT FIBREGLAIB 

boat - • •• .... 


oari, wtodahleld 


IT VU^ (to^ T«^ DWaeL Older 
■iTto I31IH 

4P teSdn OodL T-] tea 
Olear^toeiM 7 ftetea 

«r^Kta»eael Bridge Deck 

MiteTgany huU. 835,000 

70 Oaamaad Bridge Lonn Yacht 

Twte Dieael. no.ooo 

MANY MORE LIBTIMGS 
Vm OfUST BOAT BBOEERfl 
■7 OeaBaao SL. Vaaourw 5 
■ i BBt mvrnin-) 


SO FT. X U FT COMBINATIOW **• 
boel. "A" Lieeacc bS aelmon 
dtem. All drag fiar, cut CMBC All 
Inlednelea, (ate eorverdea te 
Iteliate. tana, patettg er haBbot. 


'3 GASOLINE PUMPS. 8150 AND 
8» Alio 9te gaHoD gaa teak Ck 

t dw-aol __ 

IVETORU D1N1SS TRUTT. 833 
'value far 0 593-700 or tt3-lSU 


PV- PBAIL MEAT CAR TO P ER . 
Ideal tor oaing Ite miTte 

M RP. JOHNSON. lUO 

«B-»n 


NE3W LADY KENMORB El 


TBE EIUIJIH OPBOLSTCRY SHOP 
■a JOHNSON ST - mate 
Roond BMtee polM etoola, wilnat 


FOB (ridge. TOrane teMOO. 

:_ FCMl SAL'e. ntCELLBirT' 


SlHTi 


SHIP CBAMDLEB — McQOAmS ' 
If you Ite *9 laa or M ymi arc 
only a weetand eater — teait 
your eoiiree le the beoacn of Yale* 
tor maite* amd tedtotelaJ auppUea i 


, CANADIAN 


amectete teMET 

W ga W lKE SPRAT. >4 H.P. 

motor Alreo cutting torch. tekdMa 

AUTOMATIC VIKING WASHER. 
835. goal waking oaalitMn. 4n-S040. 

INDUOR-OUIDOm BONANZA 
only 84 56 iq. yd. msm 

2 h'elmets. face nXELCT 

lesDitr feunlleie, 830. 3MteM 
\^RY TAST' BABE'S NATURAL 


TOLL - LENGTH BBB 

drea. ila 10 , pale mw 
lined; glrl'a blcyale.^S: Jte 

PEMBROKE BATH WITH 
arJ tan, ate ite: . 1-1 < 


HROWN KITCHEN TABLE AND 
lour rhalta, gead otodltlon. Ant 401 
;tete?"re(lnl.*ir^i 2310 Odbore Bay Road 
**« oiler. Phoa* SALBH SOLID ELM 

_dnaar and mbnir wili 

ONE OF MY "A" nntih 3B1-M8 after 5-» 

CHE6T OF DRAWERS, 815: 


B LICENSED. II Pr. CARVEL 
lab oard. CcMptate C 90 H3-9eBL 

CALLCT OIL RABCE NEAR NEil 
for aate MaiSTZ 

14' FTBREGLASB BOAT^TRAILBR. 
196>. 31 BwInnM*. Sina Plume alter 
A 47E4iai 

CAHOE. ir ~iK«LLENT CON 
dllion. red flbaflaa, SW dSS-aV 


maple 


4RD REMINGTON TVFE- 
BO; small trtb 81; llrby 


CRAIN LINK FENCOOG. 
Qulrlei wetoonc. 385-1312. Plate. 


20 IbHb (IjiianUl Vieterlo, B.C, S< 

$• MUSICAL 7S BPpi 

INBaKumEiNTS INHTB 

GULBRANSEN ORGANS” must”se'u: fender 
‘•Dtft Voice of Quality” **"^ ^*^ 

A TRULY REFRESHING SOUND 
KAWAI ORCANi only 8496 1l MUSIC 1 

,, TRA0E*INS ____ 

cSSfi^K'^th rhythm ^ 
tm HOME COURSE WITH EACH ** 

NEW OR UBKD ORGAN kmmS 

PARAGON MUaC^^ lOM COOK 


Victorio, B.C, Sundoy, April 12, 1970 


MOTOBfr yCUa_ im boats and wabini: im boats and mabink im boah and MAKEV* Ist furnttubb 


HALL & FAIRFIELD 
MUSIC CENTRE 


sununer If you 
mnw BNRO*- NOW. 
lOM COOK Introductory coureei 
, Ittimedl ela l j i avallaM* 
GUITAR 
'TTTT Ti DRUMS 

11S.LAJ ORGAN 

'RE ACCORDION 


--ROCK GUITAR, BASS AND 

dnnnt, taxophene. dletlnet aad 

We have a good stock at the old te-mi 

Mce. Rent to parthaa aad eaea. — " . - . ..... — _ _ _ 


FUrrCHER BROS. 

302(1 DcUglae 38311343 anytime 


GOOD RECONOmON UP- 
rlftt piano* dedtered aad tam¬ 
ed toon 8349.99 

Coivenlent credit term* 
WDODWABl>'& MA-YFAIS 
2 nd Oaa 


Music Lessens, Repairs 
Rentals ant) Ingtruments 
BERNIE PORTER MUSIC 
17M Douglas — 383^542 

RENT A PIANO 
1 MONTHS RENTAL APn-TES 
TO PUKHASB 

BERNIE PORTER MUSIC 
1734 Douglag — 2834542 

NBSLSWS MUSIC CENTRE 
I^saong 

Saks—Rentals—Repairs 
1320 Broad St. 385-5342 

4 ELECTROVniRE ENCLnSUR^ 
With Ev IS" ipknb 4 teteki- 
etcloauree — ton IT’ eow wdcri. te 
each. Vtegd eovered. camera Ae- 
eorted cladnalc geodlea JSISBM 
after S p.m. 

LOWBET MUDAT ORgXn. 
Reautihil frtiitwaod flnieb. oe w 
cnMUtlcCk fully gearantecd. 1795. 
CuiieciAeid tmSt term*. 
WOODWARD-a MAYFAIR 
2nd Oner 

FTANO TUNING 
SIUI Only «U 
Aprtl Spe^ — su 
laetade* caitlylng araaa 
Jt WILLIAMS - or 8W^9 

WE BUT — SELL — TRADE 
SCOT PIANO AND (HtGAN LTD 
194-489 SIS FORT ST 
IMBECT WURLITZER DEALER 

USKO PIANOS FROM S2B TO tm 
Including Beintonan. Buy on con 
vetete Budget Troa Call 
EATON’S MUaC CENTRE, 382-D41 

ACCORDION la BASS JUNIOR 
lize. in exoNJent ctmdHJai. fisi 
AI*o D«ed men'* dze Pleaae phone 
382-2040._ 

NEW CONN "CAPRICE" ORGAN 
ha* ptean. harp harpelchord. baiUo. 

ddina and rhytek RegkmM fBooe, 

m? guadri, teteM _ 

3 PEXUP GUITAa AND CASE 
Regal amp with 4 pickupt and 
Vibrato. RxeeUea condlUoo. fib 

Phone 1S5-79CT. _ 

BOOSEY-HAWEES TRUMPET AND 
Clarinet or trade tor onMI oulbaald 
motor. 749-3S76. Lake CowidlarL 
TALISMAN MUSIC CENTRE 

EXPANSION SALE 

939 Ya te* _ 38ag232 

WIUJ8 I.OWBOY fHANa OOOD 
ciirMlIUon. Beat alter over ISK). 477- 
2422. _ 

WE BUY USED PIANOS FXJR 
CASH. Phone BATON'S MUSIC 
CEHTRK Dial W5-T141- _: 

FRAMUS B SnONC BANJO WITH 
teonate, anapIMe wllfe caee, (topo 
ate etete g2-75W. Sica _ . 

129 BASS ACCORDION TOP OON- ' 
dMon. D8E Alia Junior ite Scott 
Wood* Mu&lr 584-2 111 or 477-4044. 

'SONOLA ACCORDIDN _ MAN^ ! 
ate. flrm-claia ccadflkBL FTB , 
J tewe gSS 5051. _ 

NORDHEIMER PIANO. VERY 
^ 1 ^ ccndltte. 8409 er oOcra M- 

MCRIFICE' LA TOSCA CREITCH 

apcnrdte, aew sm. 1 yatetel. 8475 
tem 4(MI17. 


MOTOBCYCLB8 


Yamaha — Triumph 
Yamaha — Triumph 
Yamidia — Triumph 
Yamaha — Triumi^ 
Yamaha — Triumph 
Yamaha — Triumph 

New — Used 
Parts — Accessories 

"We service what 
we seU” 

MULLINS MARINE 
SALES LTD. 

925 YATES STREETT 
382-1928 


CYCLE CENTRE 


Yamaha 80 cc 

$345 

Yamaha lOOcc 

$445 

Yamaha 200cc 

$675 

LES BLOW'S 


MOTORCYCLES 


2940 DOUGLAS 383^63 


HONDA! 

Now availaUe 1970 models. 
CT 90 Hunters Special 
Z50 A Mini-Trail 
CT 70 Mini-Traii 

Buy now! 

BROOKLANDS M O T 0 IV 
CYCLE SALES 
937 Fort St. 383-5926 

BARGAIN 

'IS Barley Davldaon ^ortilri, 900 
cr. SOO mUca Cote new nSWI 
Immacdate. Wft acetist SU09. Ste- 
46(5. 

nCTORlA*S ALL-MAKE SERVICE 
NOW OPEN 8:89-2:80 PJL 
SUZUEL KM-W.. VKWA DEALERS 
nSDKRICK 
MOTORCYCLE SALES 
>■» DOUGLAS SMBl 

SUZUKI 0i X-4 

Law mttegr, te Imaacutela etmdl 
Hot. 8500 euh w neareM edte. 472- 
if79. ne*je, BO oaite faWara 1:18 

a. m. or after 2 p.m. _ 

t9S aONDA m SK lie SUZUIO 
ISO CC |22; 2NI Oatton Scrambler, 
8800- ISa BoIlM XSB Roadracer. 
SIS. ate aieo ikeate porta te6-83i9 

1988 TRIUMPH 4M> CC BONNt> 
vlUe, In good me^antcal roidJtlai 
Itte aelL wtU tote at any 

twteatebte alte. ■fJM. 

VAmW: TRAtL UXB. ANY 
mtee, up te 09 ce. wltblB 809 
range. SB-teS. 


M BOATS AND MABINE 


B O S U N 'S WIDE 
WORLD 
OF SAILING 

WELCOMES TONY 
BURTON'S 
SAILING SCHOOL! 

Now offering a fu& 
aeries of s • i I i n g 
courses at our docks 
at CLARK BROS. 
M A RINA. Sidney. 
S a me fvnfessional 
apivoach. same fun, 
more f a c iliUes. 
Phone Tory 477-6325 
or BOSUN'S lOCX- 
ER. 386-1308. 


DON’T MISS THIS!! 

17 FT, RIVIERA 
DEEP "V” 

65 U. P. Mercury 
electric, 1400 lb. E-Z 
loader trailer. Ride 
Guide steerins, bow 
rail. Controls b a t- 
tery, etc. Complete 
package price 
$3425 

See this beauty 
now at 

MULLINS MARINE 
SALES LTD. 

925 Yates Street 
382-1928 


NEW SAIUNG 
MASTER! 

MR. JORGEN 
(YAWN) BAESS 

STARTTHO IMMEDIATELY 

JOKGEN BABSS, well 
known VklalA bmtomaiten 
ate navH aiteitoDL forma- 
■alias «tet aid loatructo- 
atert* tonmitetey WHI 
known and r«*p«eied 
EUROPEAN CANADCAN 
YACHTSMAN. 

FULL aAlJlng MabteloD la 
coitlnuou* ititeani at Ua 
aaxnc low cmL Bptote wta 
Ikidih homer, batted by 
ScandlnavUn tredOM *08 
ractng, |i i u« » yean 

cnilalng te North Amertca. 
MOBS snLL' raSTRUC- 
-nONS U A NEW GRAM¬ 
PIAN » na tergeat, 
nnmlea niigtellteii 2S-root 
onan - otedng mua avail¬ 
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to laoaa la ana a( the 5 
apaclou* bartha, tet you 
may enjar a brc*r of tea 
fr*m lb* laiga gallay. You 
will enloy full hate rnom, 
the bis eaotoate head*, 
hta* codtplt ate all the 
gear aboard hr maxlmtsn 
aalety and tntruokiK. 
Adult grt^i Md apeaal 
teen claaam te Snae IS to 
U. 

Call Osk Bay Yschto 
386-3488 tor ntes. 


OAK BAY YACHTS 
"at the Marina" 
386-3488 

Open evCTy day 
9:00 to dusk 


KILSHAW’S 
AUemONEERS 
Buy - Sell 
CASH 

Guaranteed Appraisals 
1U5 Fort 384-6441 

BARCAIK ^PENSIVE BLACK 
ICAlter Medlierr iun— abie cheater- 
field with 2 chair*. inttcbUig otd 
tAhle*. oedfee table Wrought Iran, 
gUca top dinette ael: large blvk 
(tek botecaae. 2 Queen ilzc bed*, 
will aeap (or 2 double*. 211-tM I 
MIcIllgaB. M {I.B. I 

REPOSSESSED 

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tetbrete tr-oup* of fmlttge. Free 
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PAY CASH~AND SAVE ~ 
See Oar Ad UadW Hlaeeitenenui 
PANDORA FURNITURK LTD. 
NEW AND USED FURNITURE 
USD PANDORA AVE. 

383-6319 

(XEANINC 

Upteiaiared funtlnu-* ate carpMi 
cleaned ant demothed te yam- hem 
Fbr Free Eitidtelaa Call 
Ambaaaador Home Beretea. 882-592 

MOVIMC — DOUBLE BOOKCASE 
bed wHh box mrtng ant mtlre«B. 
;doubl* Orciaer. 890. >19489. 

Ireoroom sunx. four piece 

Ftra ftj take* 478 973. 


If9 GROTERIBA, MEAT 1 
I_ AND PBMXJGB 

! HARVEY'S MEATS 

FRESH PORK HOCZS 2tc Ik 
SMOKED JOWLS JSc Ik 

CANADIAN BACK BACOM k 
lb. 7«c 

SLICED SIDE BACON 7*e te. 
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FREEZER SPECIALS 

■TANDAKD SIDK OP BEEP Ste te. 

SIDES OF PORK 5Be lb.' 

BUDGET TERMS AVAILABLE 

TURN INTO OUR FREE PARKING 
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2709 Quadra St 383-2031 

CLOSED WEDNESDAYS 


IIM MISCELLANBOUR 
FOB KALB 


TRADCR-S 

■oun SPE 


WaREBOUSE SPBCULS 

VIKING DOUBLE OVEN 
RANGE, LIKE Ntef. 

CMLT 8259 

ADMIRAL CUBTOSI DOUBLE 
OVEN RABCI. AUSDBT HWi.< 

m*. 

BSLAR DSt LUKE W AIJ» 
MATIC RANGE, MtUfO 
NEW. omMiite 

SUPREME Sr- RABQS 

ot^y pis 


BEAUTIFUL lIPRItiH'l' PIANO, —^ TBrirMPIl TltflPHV v e^e i- 

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LUDWIG DRUMS WITH CYM- ^^~yaMAHA. F.LECTHIC, G0(» 
bale. 9199 PhotM Brit al 383-9523. ,lnaeMn Phm HUES tmtaoM 8 


nileage, excellent cone 
aertlRce, 8839 BDISIA 


CLARINET. BOOSEY AND 
Hawke*, ns. SBR-TOM _ 

MANUAL ORGAN. nS SCHMIDT 

Autoharp, CS . 384-9 858._ 

TTTANO 10 BASS ACCORDION. 
1225. Phone 658 5346 
.VOX CAlORtDGF REVEJtB AM- 
pHSer, trnnptt. 3Si-«S» 


n YAMAHA. F.LBCTRIC. GO(» 
oindltlBn PtMoa ISSUES bat ween 8 
991.-7 pm. 

WAJTTKir^liOTQItCYCLB « CC 
trUl p re J erred. RaawnaMe. P.O. Box 
39A Duncaa. _ 

1968 TAMABA UK SSK SX18 

Waaeana. SXM7B 

1X1 YAMil^ 805 BtG BEM HINT 

candlllon 47S-1S0. 


PEARSON'S 

READY FOR THE 1120 

MT’ Kencnft, windshiteld. 
oontrot, 45 h .p. electric 
Chrysler, BOO lb. Road 
Runner trmiier. Complete 
SUSS. 


12 ft. Starcraft aiu- 
minum open boats, 
deep and beamy. 
Reg. $334 now l'28S 

12 ft. Springbok Aiu- 
minum open. Reg. 
$324, Now $279 

14 ft. Springbok Alu¬ 
minum open. Reg. 
$410, Now $365. 

14 ft. Starcraft Alu¬ 
minum open. *rhis is 
a speoially cxinstruc- 
ted, deep and extra 
wide, 063 bottom 
058 sides. Reg. $499, 
Now $449. 

J2 Ft. open fibre- 
glass w ith 63" 
beam, ftotatian. 
Reg. $325, Now $290. 

10 ft. Open fibre- 
glass with (loUtion 
ordy 85 lbs.' R^. 
$183. 

8'4” Lapstrake 
fibreglass dinghy. 
53" beam only 65 
lbs. Now $169. 

Goast Power 
Machines 
[1961) lAd. 

2520 Gov. 382-1421 


MMMMMMMMM 
USED UNITS, 

LIKE NEW 

»' S ANGSTERCRAFT. 
powered by a Volvo ISO 
h.p. inboard- 
outboard $4196 

14'6'* RUNABOUT, povrered 
by a 1969 Johnson 40 
h.p. motor, full electric, 
includes coatrols, etc. 
Ready to go with • 
custom trailer $139S 

Fiberfora boats ia stock 
from 14' to 24’. Outboard or 
i n b 0 ard-outboerd modeh 
ready for tiellvery! 

Dealers for Avon life rafts 
and dinghiei. 

Complete range of Holselaw 
and Road-ruoner boat trail¬ 
ers. 

MERCURY WLARINE 
SALES k SERVICE 
736 Qovwdale Ave. 

38SAgZ2 

MMMMMMMMM 


3388 Douglas 

GREW 

COBRA 


3^-3421 

CHRYSLER 

ISLANDER 


Winning Contract 

By UOWABO BCHENKEN and RICHA^ L. FBCT 

BRIDGE QUIZ: j 

Let's say you are South and the bidding begins in this | 

tasiBoo: 

Norih-1 C, 2 S; South IS.? j 

What would you call now with each erf the foilotriog. 
(lands? ' 


ANSWERS TO 

bbidob quiz 

1. Thi«« hearts. It 
generally takes an 
-•pening bid opposite an 
opming bid to produce 
the values for game. In 
this instance you have 
slightly less than open¬ 
ing values and there¬ 
fore, it's possible that, 
U North has a com- 
'pletely miraimun hand, 
game may not be 
there. 

The best way to 


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, MARINA 

Boat Brokerage 
Marina Services 
Siifcwy, ac G&d042 

FOR SALE. 37 FT. CC SEA- 
*kia. ts kp. C.C. RteM F.W.C.; 
bilge btower end pump Jind other 
etrai; enteo* IS kit.: 1 o«aer. 
hwlhnitoi k^x, excellent conditkm. 
Pfcote Nemtn rin. 7544UI 

DW'S^ BOAT ■mANSPORT 
Bcmded and Insured 
479-1014 

IS' FIBKEGLA8SED~atANOl.ltAIR 
rewar. 8—iteS, SO kp. tee ctt te tert 
Mercery nocae. New tendam axle 
Hi^tdaw iralte aM p o w er wtaeh. 
86m as4Bao 

HARIHR tMSURAHCac 
All Rite awar- l oiw rate 
R DOUGLAS AGENaBS LTD. 
SK44D1 

JENKmS MARINE 
' CnitMn built Ixati. All repair* 
Vlbrcglaaios- Boat movliig. 
teAM46 _ 477-8941 , 

39 FEET CSDAR PLAMKKD CABIN 
cruller. 4 cylinder, UrdvanaJ 
marilH arllb toad. 109 Doipaa, 74B- 
6459 

15 n. RUHABOLTL PLYWOOD, 
corepieuiy Bberglamed. 30 - li.p 
JiSmara KK, IS te&h PM tralter. 
laa Wi. Yaiito a. ttesaa. 

KXPKRttNCED" fTs B EiTiTN 

wteM te terete* «Mt QmH 
Titeter. rnmmm taaiSk a Smi. 
imwtetj tete aMM* •* kw. Wl- 
mm toteM 8 Mte te •,«. 


j CANOE COVE MARINA j 

I SWARTZ BAY. I 
SIDNEY, B.C. I 
I 656-3915 I 

tr RuBuboiS. B9-b.^ Bvtiuude. 818M 

2 F nbraclan arekaoder. > kp , 

JatteBOD. ^tes 

XT Orcmlfbtcr, M h.p, I-O. 3 

hretha BSte 

3cr AU-si*uu nmaboul, 219 tt.» 
CnMader 19409 

. S' Cadtei CTUlor, 4 bertha. Im- 
Barulalc. W 

S’ Bridgtdcck, new ( keaei 
p* uu SRID 

OF Shepherd, like new, 4 
tortto. SUSS 

W GrentelL iS exlrai In¬ 
cluded. isno 

a All - Ware mitotr, S ileuper, 
teoarooM ooteUtioii. IK99 

S' IMdcadeok, apeelal, auw 
etey 9te50 

;I4‘ FanWy erulaer, reteasd 


BEyr MEAT BUYS 
BACON 

Lean siloed sides S6c 
SPRING PORK 
40 lbs. $36.25 

HAMBURCEa 3 lbs. $1.4T 
HIND QUARTERS 
Cut and wrapped 73c 
comm, grain fed 

Budget Terms Available 

ALBERTA MEAT 
DISTRIBUTORS LTD. 
1811 Cook St. 383-3012 

THE "VABKHOUSE WHOLESALE 
Food dte USa * h M « , 47 "*- 111 " I ri M. 
Flrrt turn left — 100 feet oast 
JobiiM atreat atedn. Pi4ere 
effective Mon.. Tue*.. Wed Open to 
tee pteHe itely fare tot a.re. 
Opm Batenter ‘Ul 8 am. Wt 
refem the rlM to Itotit quatel- 
Un. MeObd Oitei pteatoea »4k 
baa 79c: LaSteo*. laes* heed*. 3 fa 
19 g: Frtih tyrend cieet 49c lb.; 
Nabob coffee, lb. 79c; Canada 
Cholea lean ftewlna beef. lb. tee; 
Oven ready TiniKye, 13-14 Ik. lb. 
JSc; No. 7 beam wKh pok tour 
144K Una. Ite; Shams Stey pwa- 
deri, all flavem 9 phsa., 69c: Par- 
kay nmraarlne, 3 Ita. Wc; Lyooa 
tea bag*. US*. 49c. 

S LR V.ARIETY FAC 122.0 

SmKS or FORK Sk LB 

KINDS QUA BTER CANADA 
CBCSCK nEER KEF 8K LB. 

SIDES OF BEEF 71c LB 

FRONTS OF BEEF 58g LB 

GRAHAM'S 
OAK BAY MEATS 
2944 Oak BAy Ave. teSdSte 

ALBERTA GRAIN-FKD BEEF 
RED and BLUE BRAND 
SIDES. LB. Stc 

HINDS. Ib. 79c 

FRONTS. LB. Str 

SIDE OF PORK K S5c 

Cul. vwuppe * are! (rtrea 
1.AKEHILL rtXSH MBATS 
3962 Quadra 479-943 


R.CA ESTATE 8D" RANGE. 

ONLY 846 0 


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AUTOMATIC ONLY 849 


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GURNEY NT RANGE 
ONLY S» 


RKFKKIERAFORS 
VTKIRC 13 CD. FT.. AS 
NEW. 41HLY tea 

RCA w«mi.Froi. a cu. rr., 

AUTDHAtlC DEFROST 

ONLY CTO 

LBOMAKD U CO. FT. 


WSTINGHOUSB 9 CU. FT. 

ONLY SIS 


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WASHERS AND DRYERS 

VIKING AUTCMUnC VAS- 
ER. ONLYW 

McCLARZ-EASY OE »tHr» 
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ONLY tm 

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Ea ONLY tf 

MeCLARY-CASV Itente 
LDCE NCW. ONLY^ 

ao USED CHESTKRFnUte ' 

FROM I19.te 

2 SECTIONAL 8TES. GREEN 
OR BROWN, ALMOST NEW 

ONLY 8199 

3 H!De-A-BBt»i AS NEW 

ONLY 049 

1 UlOB-A-RBl AND CBAIR. 
ALMOST NEW. ONLY SU9 


teOOhr STR. TNCLUaiHG 
TABLE. 4 CHAIBa BDFFK 

SERVtSC CART. ONLY ml. 

SEVERAL UOmTES FROM 

mtB 

LARGE SELEOnOH OF ODD 

CHAIRS ntOM IB 

1 GRF EN RCCLntER (NEEDS 
UPHOLSTERING) • 

SEVERAL BEDROOM STBS. 
FROM 87998 

AT 

TER TRADERS 
T1S riNLAYSON 
(BESIDE MAYFAIR) 


near*, wnacii yuut . - - , 1 -- 

partner is not allowed v 5 2 4» 7 S 

to pass. He will prob- 
aWy bid eiOier three 

spades or four spades, according to the strength of hia 

• -hand. 

However, the three-heart bid also perraiU the 
-•possibility of playing at game in hearts if partner has 
four cards in that si^t and only three cards in spades; or 

* at three outrump if partner has a diamond guard 

2. Three clatM. This time game is unlikely unless 
*^kartner has a complete maximum and can jump all the 
-.ivay to four spades over three clubs. With a minimum 

hand be can pass tlwee chibs, which 4X)uid well provide 
‘4he safest partial. 

3. Three ootramp. As you have a 'very sound opening 

Ud in your own hand, you sbould enatzre reacMog 
game—and at the same time cater for the possibUity of 
an altenuitive contract~by jumping to three aotnanp. 
Partner Is expected to return to spades if he has a! 
marked dlstrtbotlonal band. I 

4. Three dlamoadK. You have more than enough to gO' 
■freight to foUr Bpades, but since there is also a 
possibility of slam you should teat the market by btddingj 
three dlamunds. 

Partner will take this as a normal trial bid for game, 
but his response will be none the less iliuminatlng even 
though he may expect you to have a weaker hand than 
you hold. For example, if be jumps to four spades you 
simply sign off in four spades. 

5. Paaa. This hand is not really strong enough in 
points or distribution tor a trial bid and if you were to 
(tell either three spades or two notxump you oould not be 
sure of making the contract Wtiw a (onrard move cf awy 
sort would jeoparAze Qte partia}, it is a Bound rate to 
pass. 

(A BeS4ieCtere Syadlcsi* Fcetml 


C5 Green nylon rtiearefleUoid 
dolr. Irere arete, r*te 
P9. 984946 

BlKBS-GaU.S SSJ TBABS, I9l: 
Rny'i 3 to«*<l Cm ISO BoOi lond 
rondltlon. Maple bunk beda -V 
clean, eood conlHloD IBS Shallew 
porcelain hand toaln 9. Ranaetie 
329 volt*. 810 asSTM 

HEAVY DUTY ALUMIN4JM 
extonalon ladder. 3?. ISO. Palnl 
ipnyer tvlUi molsr pite «xtra*alr 
t-sar. 8*a Wriaev waabre. 885 - F 
■lurataun ew* larfter. 88 All Heir)* 
M rere. 3SS4M47 teter 6 p.re 

DOUBLE BED fFTTB RADIO 
toadbrerd. SliaoB b*« ■prill 
reattrtt* te wenAerfal enMBjHii 
845: *1*0 Sunbeam elaetrtc telHWt 
dual coalrni Ilk* nea, 815. IBZiiis 

NEW RXSTMORE UAtYRKSS 
ball price; full alaed aad NnSie 
matlrew: FriOse; ttelna ireim 
, furniture. ^ Aprs lA SWte A JEIO 
QuecrA Avenue. 

BABY FURNITURE MD 
ttofhe*. sib. n: EreNar. K5 
teiteartta. ST, Mcaute piaypea, Sk 

652-1434. 

FIVEHORSE WBCONSm AjB- 
cooled uKriar. 840. HaJf-horie SF 
electric autior, |30. Air tuiA an) 
pstep. «MBW- 

FOR SALE NAPIER EILT. Wk 3 
, SertNah bard ladirti. ra4. B5 

atete 89; WM H 4^ sftjl 












Bills Solanift, V^ctorlo, B.C, Sunday, April 12, 1970 

The Daily Crossword Puzzle 


IIM MIBCELLANEOCB 
FOB BALE 
MAIS MA1S~”mAIS 

! USED FURNITURE 
AND APPLIANCES 


IM MISCEIXAinEOrg 
FOB UAIJC 


IM MIBGEIXAKEOTJ 8 
FOB SALE 


IRS MTBCKIXANEOm 
__ WAN TED 

CHILD’S SWING SET, GOOD CON. 
dlUon, nuonabla. SiHSM 

ji«* M18CIE1JLANEOU8 
! TO BENT 

TuRNITUR* at COMPKnTIVK 
PRICES 

NO TIME LUOT 
I AT 

“THE SMILING BOYS” 
VICTORIA FURNITURE 
GAIXERY 

I 731-Ta JOHNSON Hr. 

I 38«-43e 


MAIS 


MEN’S 

I Suits or Coordinates 
SPECIAL 

Purs wottf worsted fabrics, 
fashiooed In the latest stales 
and shades. A large selec¬ 
tion to choose from in reg., 
short and tall fittings. 

ONLY ^.50 

Exclusive at... 
PAU£ER LTD. 

714 View St. 3S2-2825 

Just Up From Douglas 
Free Paridng 


ACRoes 
1 Mov« iwisir 
4 CooMIUtka 
I Aimcfdan 
rl««r 

13 Uka (luOlx) 

U Burmcaa 

•««d vrlUa 

14 MaiSlt 

15 t.lfM <airu«a 
U OuMe 

U Automatlva 
tVUlM 
U Otias«n 
a CravM 
22 WMtt>«rc«^ 

M CnSlnanl 
21 Air 

(comb, farm) 
21 V^vorltt 
to Sounded, II 
4 horn 
32 Craving 

51 Adorned 
elabcroMjr 

IS EgypHan delly 
M In tbc irtddi* 
<c n m b 
avn; Anr.) 
n LlMae to 
32 Girl 

40 rUorld 

41 DneompoM 

42 PoMlVt 

41 Direct im- 
eandtafi. ai 
a Dieetlog 
41 A boma twi 
III ground* 
n Food net 

52 UiKkMi 

St ReUxalten 
M Famlntna 
appeHaUen 
■ amab lumnri 
SB MaJt brawl 
SI Miwlew 


POWER MOWER 
HEADQUARTERS 

Toro service dealer 
Reels from J199.95 

Rotaries from $136.B!1 

5 models In stock 

Riders from 1499.50 

Davis Diitributor 
Reels from S169.S0 

I^otarles from 779.50 

6 models in stock 
Davis tOkn from 7215.00 

Meny tillers from 1193.00 
New and rebuilt motors 
Sharpening and parts, 
all makes. 

75 rebuilt mowers 
reels and rotaries from 
$39.50 

Compost spreader CIS 
76” Toro professional 
$750.00 

27” Jacobsen H.D. reel 
$150.00 

25” Jacobsen DD 
rotary $125.00 

^r^Udnson s wo rd Bhess 
Long handle flat, reg. 

$21 

Sale $16.50 

Long handle, vertical, 
reg. $14.95 

Sale $11.50 

’niatcher — aerators 
Fits most rotary mowers 
$4.95 

VIC. LAWN HC»PITAL 
834 Johnscxi St 3858338 
Park at the door 


WOODWARD'S 
USED FURNITURE 
AND APPLIANCES 


Orenna 
tniute 
I Only 


AnMUlAL 31" I 
wiui • u p « r 


RUGS — RUGS — RUGS 


C.B. W LfltrtKiy C(ai*n)i TV 
Madm dim cnbiMt. (My fn M 

RCJi W TV MwlMrn Iviwtiny 
i cablnat. wulnnt flniib, oveitiaulid 
and fugrantiid. Like new 
Only gUSM 

FLEETWOOD 33“ TV. twin neikir 
high fldelliy. bi vip rani2ltT«v S 
' Month pictura tub* warranty 


cortrallad tiaonc blankita, ibiett 
and apr^ HBD; Okaiuwl MaMar 
Cotnar IV laid ni mApiw gssg; 

J ngplin no a d H w ailed rotor, iwm- 

tUS; dnoot _ 

Mo b Mdin. ra piacaniml tiso. Ml 
IUI._ AhuubSimt wtadew ^ Bio. 

Sony tranniKcr. 

- iB-M. punch tlrie clock 135 

. BTW poll Am aitfUraH. 

no<W rug, Nedrtc mowar u new, ptB. Tbiy 
iMi iWt with iiM. BO. 


9’zl2* (approx.) Juto nigs,' 
green or red pattern . 

SALE $64.88 

9'xl2' Qiinese hook rug, 

green or beige., _ _ 

SALE *raoo|^jsnt» 

8 'xlO’ Chinese 

In green or red pattern, 
floral pattern. 

$^88 


RENT TO OWN 

: New Sawing MaehlM, 12.73 Weekly 
I II Uotthly. 

I aAWYBR SEWNG 

iSio rwt Bt. asea 

!* ACRE LOT. KENNETH HTREBT, 


Hava your favourlto 
pieces of furniture 
reflnlahed to match 
your n a w e r furni¬ 
ture. Our expert fur- 
n 11 u re refinlsberi 
will bt glad to give 
you a tree estimate. 
Hava your fridges 
and fretzart re- 
cokiuzed, too. Just 
caH 3 &mi, local 
2 ^. 

1HE BAY 


sale _ 

Sterne haadciicnw |i IS 

12’x6’2’' Shag nig, surfslde rae tape. 

avocado. SALE $79.88 hu«on-s tape recordino 

9 302 Acrilan rug. Colored iso iwt at Pandora sctsis 
atripa. SALE $109.88 _ 

_ TED nuSER'S BOOg BEN 

6x3’ approx. Jute rugs. 3 ono ng. r. ownmed with mw 
Gold or green pattern, bet*a. etdldren i baok* 

SALE $35.95 0*ed bD^'uvat'^iarT^ 

6’x9’ Trlcrest rug, blue. 

SALE $52.00 

12'x5’6" Rt^al TivUt rug. 

Beige. SAI^E $73.88 

12'x5’8” Royal Twist n3g.|g4oport 
beige. SALE $78.8$ 


BOHE& DUPLSXER REVENUE 
hcnuei. apt. iSaa and watarfreM 
prapertiM available. Will eoalder 
M or Aid Dicrtgagee. acreaea oldef 
homci or dupieaca cart, trall- 

en or even caah. PIkm Jagiar 


Only BRAND NEW 32" ZENITH 
color TV. Oiriy tSiS.IS with tradi. 


— botdta on evwy wb^ under Uw tBvegtmeBii Ud., 4 7Mg2L 
Alao, wene^^tt^ SslfS 

on. —I35P , mrrth vi ngr cent. I year 

ter or trade for 
. or borne. ISS 


MAIS FURNITURE 
1821 Cook St. 385-24:» 

MAIS MAIS MAIS MAIS 


am. ■ " 

B*1 YATES _ SBHHB: 

FOR SEWING machines” 

AND NOTIONS 
SAWYER SEWING 
CENTRE 

3888228 

S IT. RUBBER PLANT, WRINGER 
wBiher, double be<t mdMn cet. 

old dieeterfleld *et, low S4aot_ 

vwn Whcela, gardin toola ewlvel 1 OWNER DRIVEN 'S5 tSRTSLER 
chair, iraadle lewlng machloe, Newport. 3SS aedan Trade tor 
piayiMn and ba^ teilit liiatr, etc mer^age « let <»■ lell. n.SDO. S 8 *- 


10 If eapeble 
U Oban-VM 
17 Indian water¬ 
craft (pi.) 

IS Lartat 
21 Zeal 
34 WhU 
28 PabiAiI 
21 Ttevoki a 
legacy 

37 Practicing 
piracy 

a Goddea A 
dlKord 
a brdy 
heroine 


tl Moral 
prlndcdei 
U Fenn 
Hnicturea 
a EMrealy 

40 Morlgagei 

41 Advliei (dial) 

42 ExMbH 

43 Eurogean 
Httrk 

44 Pragnowfe 

45 DmcilHi 

47 ComplBtcd 

48 Gtrl'a name 
a Bcvirage 


2883 Sunday or after 6 p.m. during 


week. 

WILL SWAP 


LEGITIMATE OFFER 


DOWN 

1 Equipe 
3 Olriind part 

3 Rifuieli 

4 CcmhlBi 

5 UncoRxnoa 
I PerlHi with 


Gearance of Frendi Provln* 
e i a 1 Chesterfields, $345. 
Regular selling price up to 
I $^. 

2-Piece ehesterSrid, your 
choice of 3 colors, nydon 
fabrlce $135 


Use your 

Woodward’s Charge 
Account 


47»4P4fi. 

DIHHER SET. 


25” COLOR TVs 
'69 MODELS 

Zenlto 
Reg $1095. 

3 Dumonts 
Reg. $1095. NOW $671 

CLEARANCE 

Briggs Stratton 4 cyl., 3 h.p., 
20" blade. Full 
warriuity $^ 

CONTINENTAL 
FURNITURE I 
851 Johnson 386-24581 


779 PANDORA AVENUE 
386-3322, Local 216, 219 


rvi, 4aC gr im : 3 mraeiM, double MF* “Mer 4k ton pickup wUb 
alra ' EUwnea eagle. TaU; woman’i long bog at part pay menL SS2 ISB 

luggage. 385-9^ _ BOMB, VALU E S2T,SM TOR 

ONE COLONIAL ASH BTAHD, t7: “1 JfJargar pwaar boat By owmt. 

two ooMad rocklos duln. fcO _ 

provinelal radio and riereo, 3 yean *5“ 

old, S375; Bri of golf cluba, la 385- —** 7 7 7 7 478-4703. _ 

_2 AU yPt AHP_JS U EVWRUDB 

MORRIS MINOR MOTOR. 775X15 ^ «M»l efta- 3 

Urea G.M. power window lootor - 

lenr Inner tubM. % la plywood 111 ANnOTTWa 

wnibax bamboo drop cnrtalni, Z__ AWAlMUBa _ 

giaie catrlMg, eurafniy plants. 4-R. TOP CASH v vtrTwe " wnw rw n 
Aourra^ Uibra. tdtriien puH-out china. i5^bbm2m ^ 

taael bar. chrome cabinet Ungea pMtaUy iCMdlai). Rr 


DOUBLE HORSE TRAILER. ALL 
Iriieel metal aqutppad wMb tandem 
ludea brakei. llgbtn, IT' rim, 
I plyt. ExceUenf for Ihwoutibredi 
Blghrat eedi offer MS-4Sgl 
BOB OWBN& CTIHTflit V AVnrCT 
Uornii trained ISt SSdl befcrc 4 
am. or 4?P-48ai during day and 
laave roataage. 

WANTED APPROXOUTBLY 20 
gglled baiev M atnw or bay. 478- 


MEL'S 


MEL’S BOIL’S 


NOW $795| 


KENT’S 


BROWH BI B O L B KDE-A-ntD 

_ BU-SB 

RACmS REFRIGERATOR S« SO 
S-PIECB WALNUT BEDROOM: 

SUITE $125.00 

FRtGIDAIRB SB" XLECTRtC 
RANGE 149.40 

BEIGE S-PlECB CBESTER- 
FIBLO 07500 

RC.A. VICTOR IS" PtMTABLE 
TV 01900 

KANT MORE UNADVBRTBED 
BARGAINS 


Headquarters for 
Electrohome 
Panaaonio 
Zenith 
RCA 


Tarrai available 


N-r-NATIWAL —N 


m UEPK N lAj CT BUYERS 
DISCOUNT SBRVICK. 
SN Eiqolarait Rd, 383-1780 


FOR RALE. VERY NICE APPA- 
looaa geUlof. I yean old. $333 S42- 


Stop tboM burglaries now! 
lostall a wall or floor safe in 
your home or business. 
Priced from $79.16 up. 
PRICE'S SAFE AND KEY 
SHOP 

WT FORT ST. 384-6221 
(A safe place to buy) 


MEL'S BARGAINS 

823 Pandora Ave. 384- 
Opposite B.C. Hydro 

MEL’S MEL’S MI 


SCARCE ITEMS 


Twin mahotany bedi eompleta 
033.00, tea wagon 190 00 and $79.00. 
oak wrlUng Wblu $34 30 to $09 00. 

*■*" <Bk china 
Tet 190.00. 


819 YATES STREET 
384-8174 

Wide Open Every Weekday 
Night 'Til 9 P.M. 


MOVINO_Mt»r BEUL XIRC - SIZE Sibinet W W. off 'I 
bad, wbMM beadtnard; dual control comer china cabinet* 
ftooo, llOV renal 
Md. OuuiM Maaler entour TV windjor ilereo tm.a 
and FH anfami. $190. Jacobwin front diA 849 00. <«k 7 
■eU -proMOM Mary mow, tltE. 849 00, hlde^-heda 1119. 
Stmmaei bm • dwaterfleld, Scotch- Spaceiavrri ta 
guard qptMiriary, $190. HeCMiy mabogaiw dining « 
Baiy Ireai-tiee trtdge, ■eparate Chmean Phyfe drop lea 
freeaer, t2SB. Drapra and curteini. ritaira $243 90. cedar 


For quick service on 
sharpening and repair¬ 
ing your power mower 
phone 3S2-GS13. 

B. C. Power Mower 
Sales 2100 Douglas SL 

Your Toro Mower 
Dealer open 6 days — 
8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. 


' PHILCO U" PORTABLE TV, $119; 
GIbaon refrlserator eroei-lop 
treener. Bt; 98” eleetrtr range. $30; 
emr radio S volL Cemenl laundry 
tube. 3820321 

l-PIBCE 


I SALE; SMALL POKY DRtV 
harniie, god condition. $90. 479- 


FertUlgar 


- WALNUT BEDROOM 

ndte, ipring and mattraia, 2 lawn 
bed* and 3 dialn, CanadlaB cedar 
cheat drapea. all good ccodlUcn. 


I ICLE-FED VEAIA 
_ 052-21 99._ 

IS-MONTB HOLSTEIN HEIFER 


EATON’S 

WAREHOUSE 

STORE 


I frm gpod itoek, 47t-gPL 

LOST LAKE FABM 
jFInl QoaBly Ikcal lay —4?S.3au 


Torw* sis hide-e^cd $177.00, abidio coucta 
•• *>0- gsi oo, Ugq (HaChM dryer 889 00 
_ Ccree M and lodk aiwiPd, all print 
'RX dearly maiked. 

PANDORA FURNITURE 
LTD. 

NEW AND USED 
FURNITURE I 

1050 PANDORA AVE. I 
383-6319 I 


BUDGET YOUR 
PURCHASE 
with CHRYSLER 


VICTORIA YARN BARN 
19 Fort St. 385-9841 

Hew SfeniWai Wtwri* Sw SaM 


load or you hauL we load lo' per 
yard. Al*« by aaiA. Valley Fame 
47S-1073 ffir 47B-3SOO. 

OLD COW MANURB, HO WCEDSl 
Oya^, SU; 7 yanlg ifH. SOe. 
ChWceo manure, T y&. SM 
43E9B 

FREE FERTIUZEr” 

You baui Oak* Poultry Farm, m 
Downey Road, S idney. 

TOP QUALITY 4-TEAR-OLO COW 
■num. Aay quaatlly dellvervd. dlS- 
1971. 

DUCK MANURE, SBC A BAG. OOC 
del. Sidney Duck Penn. 044413 

COW MANUM AND 
manure, aay antamL 47S-W7ir 


749 View St, 

__ _ Remember, You Can Budget 

BucEzmiEsiyt DID. * 

-__ __ Charge Through Our 

Nmheim fliilili LanB- _ ^ 

mower Rar $ 7 i.«. Customers Accounts Office. 

To aear SM.flO (Thrw OMy) „ , ^ ^ 

HiKkim sprayen from iu 30 Tnlrd Floor. 

Cajiva* Soaker Bcee, U IL azul a A. 

Reg. 83 75 tiri 1535 - 

Special C.99 and Klf. MOVING — AimQUES; GLASS, 

SOS PANDORA IM-BSl 0f*88 end chliinwui; flgurin* lamp 

with leave*; Dncy Mb buttri; oak 

- — _ mAnv 4 1^ Iuc4u: TV 

C 0 M P L ETfe RE-UPBOti^ kUY RiSjuitlnf C33; Chtw 05* 

SERVICE table, ecalei- cdourad wiadowi; 

pletnrM; etc. F. Husfaai. aB-0732. 

Kindcnftcri workmRnihlp 1 b any ' —-- 

area of uphntMecy. FOUNTAINS, BIRD BATHS. 

plBAten, Japaniw laalenu. bK- 
LEN'S FURNITURE ‘•“•w end outdoor itatnrT 

7139 WMt Saanich Rd. a3-3B49 


IM HEAVY BQDlPlfENT 
AMD MACBINKBT 

BUTLER BROS. ~ 

Caa* WO G dleeel cratriar wUh 
aasie doier. winch and 
nuwpy. 18500 

1965 Ford Sm tractor with loader, 
herkhoe and cab 14600 


$-BRUSB FUXHt POUSRER WITH 
buStri, one G.B. Mis MaMar, cne 
w n as ai wastaar, one aiactrte msi- 
dalra. Maetrle Move ID Inch, tAi 
bed* wMb beadboarda 3 drvmeri. l 
rad ros. M bv B; Mirotni tabi* and 
S dtalri. n-KB. Celt after 5 p.m. 
ATMOHPHERS INFLATABLE LIV- 
fNG BLOW UP A CHAIR AND STT 
DOWN SEX ITS AT 'THE 

SFO R T 9 M AJ 1 aaov" 

BXNRICKSON AND SON 
APPUANCE SAL::8 and SERVICE 
SU Fsit 8L 3flS-<132 

nBREOLASS MATERUU 


19» MALIBU 2-aoor hard¬ 
top, V-t, Hutomatlc. 
power Steering, power 
brakes, radio, mag 
wheels, vinyl roof. 

SALE $3295 

1969 PONTIAC Laurendte 
sedan, V- 8 , automatic, 
power ateeriog, power 
brakes, radio. Ooa 
owner. 

SALE $1795 

1966 CORVAIR hardtop, 140 
h.p. motor, 4 on-tha- 
floor. CkM owner. 

SALE $1035 

1964 CHEVEU,E 4-do^ 
station wagon, V 4 , 
automatic, radio. One 
owner, 

SALE $1199 

19i$9 CHARGER sports, 
hanttop, V- 8 , a u t o> 
nwtic, power steering, 
power brakes, air ood- 
ditktoed. plus many, 
men optioos. 

SALE $3990 

1968 PLYMOUTH Fi»y 
V- 8 , aiAomatte, power 
steering, power brakes, 
radio, vin^ roeg. 

SALE $2695 

1965 POLARA 4Hloor sedan, 

6 -c y U nder, standard 
transmission, radio. ‘ 
SALE 1795 


I ABEL TRADING CO. 

! 422 John St. 

Smp tnetai boiuUd Ibr eaab I a m. 

. a p.m. dally. Na 1 copper, dSe; 
Iradlaton, 26e; bram. 36c; lead. Sc- 
IklunSnum. Sc; babbitt. Uc; batter 
I!««, $1 each; pmnlUBi paU fbr 
well ecried quanUUM. mutated 
copper wire lor buro4i« ISc an) 
SSc a E).; Iron and Meet picked up. 
Sootc mk can bought Aune Jim 


KEEP YOUR 
YOUNG” 


WBOlfSALE PRICES 
Ob aew end uwd Crawler Trade* 

H ri*. iM Cat iDtematioflel, A.C.. 

v> iMerc, etc. Duty free. 

WENT OCUSr EQUIPMENT, INC 
7777 DetroH Ave . S.W. 

Seattle. WaMdiitlan 18101 
Pixma dos-Jto son 


SCHOLL’S 

Exercise 

Sandals 


....M« GAL 

I — ' epuy t«iUl and 
it type* ft taama Fiber- 
M. ail el Ih* iBweit priew. 
;tC PAdFIC DID LTD 

WL as-iBi 

JOemOM OUTBOARD 
• -senoi tauba. $80; CB 
■A bene V tmt, fHD; 
rat nortagv at lU per 
mwda, SHD a iruntb. Wtiat 


<7»-j 77$ gnnpItM Ameneaa Car—We Pey oardemT 

Coeapiata ferdtP eai<-4k> diars*. 
doen Part can and bo(Sca-wa chaise 
freacb B.S8 to $7.90. OOUXBt 

e. Abe! Above telece la ov yard—naacn HnlriMi 

knia at abia towliif eftargia arniieed. . 

MORRIS GREENE INDUETRIZS 
- IBS Skea St - 

PAIRS I WANT TO BUT>RE-WAR AND yr 5 
-E eariy poet-war cjcdric UaplBta toy aael 
tnlne, 3-rall and 3-raS. (but BS ir Ml 
3SI-57n) HO I American Flyer, Uciiel. Bing, 


3 styles to suit 
all occasions 


i TRUCK. 23) 
brake; lS4oo 
■DD-amp. Lbocoin 


iLamhard it" I 
I Lombard 38" 
lOrllna 13" bar 


I.V.I. NadTpSt MtaA_ 

1®”-»S 8- RKOISTERHD IRISH HE ' I ' IK R 

”^Ih ^s RDiynmiw. tib -r«. .hm. w 

Poweitul MBiaMe. w« ■Her - - - 

a tela . QukA em^ fca . 47Vll$r REGINTERED TOT POODLES, 
H-nna paper white, very aBecUouiie, I 

B^ornby', Boiaet-'Lowim. Mae^'la CARLR^S TRACTOR SERVICE.' *“'**• _ 

Mara, Toy train catMeguee alio Pknrtns. rateral^ levvUbw. 4T». GOOD HOME WANTED FOR 3 
needed Tetephoo* tSS-MG, I to S 8888, modh old mie pari GtnnaD 

_ TOirg^fn iNC. POWERFUL 

THE SALVATION ARMY MEN’S ^cMneWroush email s»le. M FOR SALE: RED FACTOR 
Sndat Scrrkcc BAd RBhiUlltBtlon houriy, C^ZTKL 04niif1<« Bood colour oBd tlnsAri 

Cenira need your lued lurnlhire, 7-7—— — — —381-8*38. 

clothiBg, bmiehold laoA, la cam *'t . ROTOTILLIWQ. POWBRFtlL - 

a Social Program. Pleaie ritoBC oMhU* wU mSar maU mtrn. PUPPIES FOR SALE. MOTHER 
«— — ^ Good aervica. aSSaSSL reglMerad. Pboui 478-1285 

LOW ooer rotovatino and male white miniature 

IPjBWtag. U H.P. traMor. WT wm. poodM. I raoDtha M58888 


IhydraBHe Mfle hlide acri wfetch. FT 
l eerlaa. Miga e r TlSd in, Namlme . 

1 KILOWATT FAntBANKS bfORSE 
aMamatk: llgid Mam. alr-eooled. 
racenliy overbauled. C-W talfery. 
gaa tank and equar* funnel 
Vlctaria Prem, B w 3W 

D 4 CAT WTTH ciuMlPT, WINCH 
and blade. Reel good ccedlkn. 
84588 Take late pickup or car, pari 


VIC. LAWITMCWER HOSPITAL 
gM Johnaob SL, M 8 - 8 Sn 


aWBR CBMUUtnaLO sunc, 

S ; l-^aea kilchai eiMU, C3D; 9x17 
• empet tin. M|h chair $13; 
IMM erta, to. cr aS for gWO. 383- 


TIINABI.E BONGOS; HELODtOH 
M 31 In raie: walnut caae lor 
Ampex tapa deck; DUdil 7S0 er 
795; aaiorled itereo recordA all ae 
nmr. frtxa tLU 478-2188. 


CASH XBCISTKRS ADDING 
maeUnee, etc. Moil makea new and 
reeoedtllmad. Anker aganta Owen 
luo* and RMianlm Lid. oow *1 
ntn Gerai iau aM SL Phena i82-7UL 

IF' raNITB PORTABLE TV; TI"' 
RCA TV; am. 3S h.p Elgin 
outbeard; t lup. johaeoD perta; 
TtmMie; O.B. harai ralxar. WisUm 


SAVE noi 


laymcid 843-3482 After Sunday 748- 


$385 $as«a2 REED CASBt 

-■ - CaM paid hr good toolA camenA 

3 RED BRICK tC EACR VPB* Ol moMeal mmumweiia 
loa het vatar tank. Xlute Wbat bave youT letaad Tradhw 
board Sump pamp. ia»i. NOW AT $31 JOBNBON SUM JuM 
lata Laiia nheinBl down from Douglae 3$! 6151 

Id wlpdcnra lyxea 47WM44 ChSH PAID TOR IN BROKEN OR 

;5RC ELECTRIC — M3-72XI •'”? “*“’***‘?i dhamood w 

» and rabnllt AppIlaneM i***y**T- 

mum a**nen. PoBMiera. etc *=*"** , rnMima 

^vear wanantv. snod aeiartiAo — whaJ hava you. 479- 


3 ONLY F, 3 ONLY 4', 1 ORLT 9 
ctdhued mai 1 )la veu^ lop* whh 
eeaahell lUm at ia*i limn wfeda- 
mle aim 4(Lgal dnuo* at tl each. 

--- Uarbla ProduciA a53M 


FREE TOOCB-TTPiRa couRSK wer JA cu. IT. rongers 
tolb tt» t iwiijiin oi B&m and over 6 cu. ft. frees 

StSSr paetcry list $699; our re 

«Mn*a MP Dwigiaa. _ lap competitive price Si 

M rSSS.; 

eutfocn taiM itend. Glrt'f ke TAY 

Ml* 4H. 3 lawnmowen. 388- 707 Johnson St. 

HAVE PURCHASED SIMPSONS- FOR SOMl 
Seare Keniborc autamahe waihcr. nririiTirn 

eelllag WeatleghouK waeher airi P'l'.n 

dryer. $129 i<T both M8-949L Take Uie SCENIC 

—--- VICTORIA FURNH _ 

FRIDGE. LIKE NEW. 2«X2tXSilSee (he "SMILING BOYS’ 1 
higb. $»; dliieHc suiu. large table | quality lumliure at flexible price* 
I cpatT ii,g ey Antonte. ef^>pertAM.; 

_I VICTORIA FURNITURE 

GALLERY 

721-723 JOHNSON FT. 
3M-4Sfl 


lalabd ___ _ 

evea gSjtjP. _ 

ALL TYPBS OF BABY E( 
menL GUi'i and boy’i cl 
Infant to ilae fX. Baairoom 
pola Midvca, electric baatar, 
S 6 on 

UAYTAQ ._. 
tiependalile onei 


BUTLER BROS. 
SPRING SPECIALS 
New BMIeM 13$ bahM PTO 

■[kheder $495 

New idea ISO tnehri P.T.G ipread-, 

«r 080 

I.B.C Ecu mounted pkn* $2751 

Caie 430 thciel iractOT. fully 

egulpned $2501 

NuTTIeld 10-43 b.p. (Ue*ei tractor, 

fully equipped tSMD 

Keating Croi* Road 
692-UZI, Local 59 I 


383-2281 


ITOR MONEY a A MURRY WE 471. 81$7 

bu> or loan mcoey on biola. guru. DON'S TRACTOR SERVICE 
and muaical <Rriurm«nta Bnwet- Ratovgte. plow, cultivate ibm 
J ohneon Trading Centre, 617-811 loader, blade, rake 477-39U 

lobiAvn Street, loppoeite P« .Shop) —- - 

«3 89I3 ROTO-TILLING, LANGFORD 

CA-SH PAID FOR IN BROKEN OR 

•r*. 8' go.»l rondltJoB uaed - TV aeta. R«B* nnable rate* . 47A2846. 

ueed radki, reeord plamri, eoenblnetlona RM’S RCTOVATING 

hirnlturc, ruga What have your 479- Yardi levelled, retovated mti 
aM-74a 2187. _ vetad. pari folea 4T841M. 

FAMILY TTIADING JACK'S T R A C T O R SERVICE 

5 WS TRACTOR SERVlCg 
' ,BABD-TW1ST WANTED BOUSE OR GARAGE TO IU>tOvatlni. ate. 893-156$ or 47H825 
Mritat eledrie tear down and haul away — need 
a ignen a fir , tUD, the lumber Phm AUoyd esrao-up 
_ lAWt _ Service. XD-U OD 

j OAK BAY AVE., DE LUXE 9- GUNS OF AiUL~TYnS BOUGHT 
- I oadraB Rabcb. siniCe 911^ kv 

efre UjvbiM laraii^. Mngv. etc., gOA ROBINSON’S _05-6429 

7’ - WANTED: TABLE SAW TILT 

iio PLAMTIC MAGNETIC AND arbor, rraeonably prlcwl *85-1814, 

--.flIck-on vebtde eigua. Slgnman leave meeaage. 

paldcr ai pari Vlelorla. 90 Elug* Ibwd -TT—- 

- 1 GOOD BOOKS ALWAYS BOUGHT 

RAURTED BOOKSHOP 
SO Fort _mior 

WANTED: OLD PIANO. ANY i 
eendltlea fcir rampua room, glO) to 


APPLIANCES - • 

.,-;— avaUaUc at 

SXAALRim APPLIANCES 
SALES AND SERVICE 
114 Cralgflower 


385-23*2 

TWIN BEDS wnn HEADBOARDS. 
2 padded Twadboarde, braoae tone 
dinelte ” ■ 


BRAY REFRIGERATION LTD. 
and IF Sell-Servloe Freei 


iulte. 

bagebas _ _ ^ _ 

eocc er boot*, alee 7 a nd $. «77-3ggS. 1801 C 

GOLF CLUBS. BET OF MEN'S RAVE PURCHASED iPMr mfiWft. 
rtOit hand. I wDOda I Irane. Sean Xcfunora waM 
leather _liag. and.can glflO: ate Frlgldalra wuriiar wHb 


aiGAL. SLCO HOT WATER TANK, 
fte* Shed. AM- atzi range and 
■tggr. doae far oOera <v awan for 


riioee 


BOSTON TERRIER. 
• 4D ibri. 08-5895 


FORD 9 N TRACTOR, GOOD 
coodllion 1658. 479-t lg 

FORD MAJOR DIESEL BACKHOE. 
O.m. 13*8 MeKeDrie 


DEMOLITION SALE 
Uead hBbri, brieka, toHeti, ataiki. 
cogger, Sirsacce, etc Apply 3885 
Qu Bv er 7M PiLxjM 

HtCB-BACK BROWN SWIVEL 
itidEcr. dilUlrei'i dmnae tritie and 
(Sieha: feXaiR’f friatr lampa; $4” 
BbHywairi bad X 88 M 0 S 
HAVE PltRft Waiwfi SIMPSONS 
Scare KiBmerc **U«ieefilng range. 
aeltlK 38 - tnrii Mcdlri range, $88 or 
beet offer. IM-9S3S 


ledF* 3 •mode, i kma, bug and ooigreL 

_iss- 

LARGE CARVED CAMPBOR-WOOD curpeL 
Mahogany wardrobe wHb range. ' 
Pafr hldc-a-bi^ OoiM perfaet 


"BRONCO" lONl BIKES 
Clutchei $20 


m CHICKS, pocLm, 

HATCHDfO BOGS, 
SCFFtlES 

WSTTE LEGHORN HENS. 90l 
ante aadt. 800 SuwMy Read, 
Sidaey. Oak* PauUzy Farm. j 

128 LIVKSTOOK SUPPLIES 
AND EVENTS 


j mirror.___ 

VIC LAWNHOWER HOSPITAL gla«l alrinwure. » 84.«IT8. , _ 

**'*“|s-Pn:CE CKESraRFLELD SUITE. 

__ 150. Man’c z^v. ~ ** -.. _ ^ 

BUn.lR BRO& EQUIPMENT I Overcoat New Remkigtan raaor. SU AAllta ri4y. SidSe 
-- —— 1 4U06 a.m. or eventnga *- 

SOD AMP AC-DC WELDER. NEW. 
arlll accept amelier wr.!f:r zz ' 
peymeot $za off hit price. 47S- 

2041 REGAL PORTABLE STRAIGHT 

z;—;=-zzzzzz-- eewing machine, older moiMl, hi 

PLASTIC SINES—FOR CAkfPERS, gnod workli« order. SO SSMSIO. 

fraliera and boetel TTuv* xtaee nieda ------—■ 

rt^U hsv at InduririaJ PlaaUOi Ltd., FOR BALE: CUSTOM MADE 
nn Doewlai St f7<y Irihb CMt 477-4489 after 9:30 

---P.D. 

HAVE PURCHASED SIMPSONA mrnraotiB wrar 
Seare Xenmora autoraalle waataer. 

_ eelllag automatic wudbir ISO or ^ i ** f: ®““***““ 

CmCDLAA BWaCMDIG POOL 18 >>*M olI*r. gTS-SWT. EeUtea tT 8 Goldatream Av e. 

ft In dJamriar. 4’ deep. oonpleU____ FINDLAY RLECTRlC 30" RAHOX. 

ndlh ladder, puzagi. flltar, vacuum (HALF BARREL OAK AND FIR good ^ laonard rw- 

cleaiMr, and odonne l■wanler n 4 - ptaatir tube frotn l$*5. S. J. Pirian Hgarahw. EEL 4 nMR 3 . 


DAVID 

MOTORS LTD, 


Seeds, BrUm, FlsMs, 
Trees, Bkrabs 

EVERGREEN^ 50C AND UR 
alio comlrey plaate, 3Se ctw 
G laaftml Avenue. 

EVERGREENS FOR 'SALE. te 
Falraoutti Rond. SMTU. 


SAVE UP TO 
50 PER CENT 

GIANT 

CLEARANCE 

SALE! 


vice and Initiation 
Aiente far Jacusl and Berklr 
pumpa well teried. Free esUmaiaa 
3070 Keating Craei Rd. 

PhPM 8B-mi local 90 


DON'T MISS THE BIG 
LONE J. 

SADDLE AUCTION 

7^ be held tb the Bancuet Ronm ef 
tbe iweAam Betel nflclDfta) on 
April Ulh at 7 p.m. All Mite of 
. eadMee, Weriarn and XtriHSi. Alao 
|iS eitaar tack: Mankria. MriM. 
Ibritera etc., etc Ate aale ri 
Omn in ViOagc Graen Motel on 
Maoday. April UU ri 7 p.m. Cone 
curly and look arooid. Leon j. 
Brildlea Sate. 

PONIES AND HORSES FOR SALx' 
Poolci ereae Shetlairi and Airiilen. 
ril colari ind ilma Hcnea, paii 
AraMan and aarddle tareiil Piien 
very reaaonable. %welal. le* yaar- 
llnge, moatly peri Anbkui ell for 


Tools aad tappUes 

ROTO TILLER GARDEN 
rxcellcal coodiaeiL 478-1132 


Wire wheel*. 


ROBINSON’S 

1307 Broad SL _ 886-303 

GARDEN CULTIVATOR. AS NEW. 
|86: Rdtery n* mowm. SB; 
euinene M mm. S$S; lerge tarp, gU. 
476-1370 _ 

ROTOR AMTBNNA. ISO: CAULK 
beiSi ^m 5 135; ebower itaJl 
MSi H rie . $■: ami V’ SkU A11L 


DART STUDIOS 


ELECTRIC RANGE DEPOT 
TELE TRCB SERVICES LTD 
13D3 WHARF ST I86« 


ISpeciaHfti la the rerinutlon et 
larilque pareelala and An* chlaa- 


1963 MERCURY 
coupe, V- 8 , 
transntis^cE), 
slant window. 

SALE STM 

1968 VOUCSWAGENdekixe. 
S-4oor, rfuwihuura ooi- 
(titim. 

SALE $1475 


2-dOOT 

standard 

IWeTM 


Bricgi end Stralton cnEa* from 179 VICTORIA 
ALF BECKER and SON LTD SHARES, 4774 

SS4-8414 2981 Tllllcum- - 

- :_...COMPLETE IN 

OINETTE SUITE. 3 STEP Bay CuBeta 
table* and coffee tablea gold kwe *4*5 

-eeata. copper pulley ligfat ftxUirt, , 

COMPlXrx SST OF BEN BOGAN vllae % bed, dlihei. efr. 168-5*0. FLORAL DRAf 

“gSSd'^’ffi 'S HAVE PUHCEASED SIMP80NB SSfeu’I^Ti. 

PridaeteelAl* 4163388 _ 

VUIMC VKnOSB WASHER LIKE warimr, 830 or beet rifer 4764011 ^ Jobaeon 

saw omdttfeD will take any ■■ —-—- Buy end aen r 

rite. a64t24 after 4 RAVE PURCHASED SIMPSONS- - 

ae« Seen SOvarlooe TV. SclIMg 314n(8i t BROTHER K; 

... - — 468-fflSB i* .— *“1nu 


TOP SOIL, $3 90 YARD 
tTEJUn ce 476-2874 


4-MONTB 

BUMPER TO BUMPER 
WARRANTY: 


FAMILY BUDGET 
TERMS: 


aiSeenattc fruna. and w 
claan. Rag. gUK. HOW 
COgOT - A CWteia lade 
th* foodlei you would 

Net. lUH HOW 


CTCLOS (XL BURNER STOVE. • 


“REMEMBER-When y 
Buy Bt NATIONAL, 
don’t pay too much!” 


PONY FOR *A1J 


NEW U" REEL TYPE LAWN 
BMWur wttb cuOrilw. Uaed 3 

moriha. »iaB3 

FRIGIDAIRE REFRIGERATOR, 
croae-top bwer, mw camiillon, IB 


Foil lALt RAPIER nLT. tS: 3 
Seritte baud Jaterii. rad. CS: 
wttta DO; all lire M Alao onall 
AllBDra SpirTaa (5 a8!-g$tT. 


SONY 365 8 HEAD TAPE DECK, 
rifU on warranty. *84-3781 

nUEZER 27 CU. 


GOOD BLNA OPEN ARM ZIGZAG SEW- 
Int nwdilne Uha urw, $8681 419- 
- 17IL 

t on,_____ 

ELECTRIC WHEEL CHAIR. COM 
.. Mria with batleriM and tauIK hi 


REEL-TYFS MOWER 
eeadlM on, D9. 477-34al. 

liOD GALLON KHAR N 
taiUi, affare. 47t-4». 


a WESTERN lADDLES 
_ 4Bl.gg8$ 

13 AYRZSHUU HHIFXRS^ AMD 
! oBe Angoe 476-3801 __ 

IJERSET AND BCHjnXIN FAMlLT 


_- .... . .. WOnn5 5 

yean aid, ctieeL biri after. 983-<BH. 
roWER MOWER. B 
3864Ue 

CBESTNUT 


MISCELLANEOUS CANADIAN AMD eterger. IttO IQ-TTU. 
AmcrUBU erina SMS$$I. ■—-- 


$77 MO. ARTS 


jCARE FREI W1 
I browA, 4794774. 


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PRICES AT 

SAUNDERS A HTTCHMAN 

64 DODGE 4^oor todan, 
standard thill. Reg[. 
n095. $M8 

63 PONTUC. 6, a « d a n . 

standard a h 1 f t Rax. 
S996. S789 

64 ACADIAN BEAUMONT 

soda standard. Rag. 
nCl96. »8I 

62 CADIUJIC 8-door hard¬ 
top. Reg. Xim. IU8I 

65VALIANT STATION 
WAGON, atandard. Reg. 
$1495. $1188 

85 CHEVROLET Bel Air 4- 
door sedan, V-8. auto- 
maUc. Reg. $1595. $1388 

65 PONTIAC 32-docr, auto¬ 
matic. Reg. $1395. $1089 

66 METEOR RIDEAU 4- 

door sedan, V-8, standard 
shift. Reg. $1395. $1289 

66 CHEVROLET Caprice S- 
door hardtop. V-8, auto¬ 
matic. Reg. $3395. $2189 

67 CHEVROLET Caprice 4- 

door hardtop. V-8, auto- 
matio. Reg. $2595 $2289 

TERMS ARRANGED OF 
COURSE 

MAKE YOUR DEAL AT 

SAUNDERS k HTTCHMAN 


160 CABS rOB SALE 


HO OABB fOB SALE I IM ' rat pgs hATj 


"COLWOOD SPECIALS" 

ea ENwsr tnc d< ivm. bucect 
MtU, 4-tpMd. AUdnt tins 
U tXDDOE DART Mt i Moor UT. 
budiclj, me Udy omer. Atk¬ 
ins lass 

'flb BDICK imaJt ipsclal, V4 mun. 

Rt., nice car. AeMr« Bns 
S4 Chav IMP ALA MOV IT. V4 
auto. Vary papular modal. 
Aikini noes 

'« PALCOR FUnmA. S* BT, 
art S. auto. Ideal ladtet nr 
AtMlIK urns 

S IMFAU V-l. euto. Mr 

BT all wliiia aa«> Uraa. AA 
■at DOSS 

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rebulU mater, vary amart 
AiHni OK 

O L I N C O L N CO imNEBTAL i 
ladan, all poMr. a raai taary^ 
<*r. Aakins Dus 


MORRISON-S 
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PONTIAC 

Buicac 
286? Douglas Street 


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You oan't see a car in a 
Newspaper 


iThe Liquidation of Our 
'Stock Makes EIVERY CAR 
!0N our LOT AN OUT¬ 
STANDING BUY. 


UNDER 
“THE CROWN’ 
ON DOUGLAS 
AT TOPAZ 


E-X-P-A-N-D-I-N-G 

TO 

SERVE YOU BETTER 
K)TH SIDES 


EXAMPLES 

1969 CHEVROLET Impala 2- 
door hardtop, V-8, duai 
range, a u tomatic, 
power steering and 
brakes $2985 

1969 CUTLASS Supreme se¬ 
dan. V-8 

automatic $3985 

1968 CHEVELLE Malibu 3- 
door hardttv, V-8, 
automatic $2495 

1968 CHEVY H Nova sedan. 
V-8. 

automatic $1995 

1968 CHEVROLET Bel Air 4- 
door aedan, V-8 auto¬ 
matic, power ateerlng 


1964 METEOR sedan 


Many muiy more 

’82 FORD a wSail I49J 

SFwtaM isai 

s S2?yf^ "*4* K* 

2 9^ JMv. I e tedui SLISS 
n FALCON t coach cas 

ST VW rbattlb te 

'SO CBBV S-door BT Ss 

(Murand Mti fTS-ISM 
. ims Ifknd mahMy 

DOUGIJIS MOTORS 
2524 Douglas 

FQWea P TO VACATE SORT- 

&AU 11,180. » CARS TO CSOOSE 
FROM 

, DOUGLAS MOTORS 
2524 Douglas 

385-6443 or 38S4KI31 

„ TEBTEb AND UCEN&ED 
COO ts. aas AuMUk imo Runbin-. 
1»7 T^>Rl. xm Oa^ Moor hud- 
top. IM Chey.. uCWa a Mio- 
mulle. IBSS Renuilt. IWD Fiiwn 
ymeon, ISIS FeJeon wufoii. ealOTn* 


Buy From 


1964 MORRIS lUtion 
wagon. 


NEW and USED 


WITH CONFIDENCE 
from 

PETER POLLEN FORD 


WITH CONFIDENCE 
from 

PETER POIXJCN FORD 


CARS 


1963 SUNBEAM Alpine Con- 
vertible with hard¬ 
top $lse 


You’ll Be Paying 


Too Much 


II you are not atirely 
satisfied with your pur- 
chaae, your money will be 
cheerful refunded I 


See our full 
Page Display 
Ad, Page 43 


I Mtlifled arltil your pur- 
chaec, your money wfQ be 
cheerfully refunded! 


1964 DODGE Station wagon 
S-eyllDder. automa¬ 
tic $885 


1963 CHEVROLET SUtkn 
WagcMi, duai purpose 
unit $796 

1965 0 L D 8 MOBILE F-85 
Convertlbic, V-8, euto- 
matlc, buckebi eeata 
with centre con- 
eoie. $1696 

1987 FORD LTD., V4. 
power brakee, etearlDg, 
radio, vinyl tmd, low, 
low miles. $2885 


1987 DODGE G .T. Dart, 
radio, 4-«peed. $1985 

1967 FORD Custom “500” 
sedan, V-8, automatic, 
radio. $1995 


1964 P L Y M 0 UTH 4-door 
aedan $785 


HARDTOPS 


Today’s Cedenist. 


1968 FALCON aperls coupe, 
V-4. antDaaetla tr an w- 
miaalan, powar etaar- 
tog, radio. Finiahad hi 
aperidlnc aqua with 
blade vlnil rooL Lots 
mileefe. 

83085 

1968 FORD Falcon Adoor 
sedan. Eeosdmy 6 
motor, autematie 
t r a as miaaioB. Malb- 
tained by our aervioa 
department ainee new. 

UTS 

18a PLYMOUTH SaWWa 
aedan. A u I o m a t I'h 
tnosmiuliai and radio. 
TUs tap 0 $ ttM line 

I intennedlate ti all set 
to give miles of lumlila 
ftea driving. 

$3095 

1968 PLYMOUTH Fuiy A 
door ledaa. Ml H.P. 
motor, Aepeed auto¬ 
matic tranamlMkni and 

I custom radio. 1716 
Gomfort, ride and spa- 
clouaBCBi o( a fun das 
car oomMned with cnA 
standing eooDoeny. 

S31K 

1967 CHEVROLET AdOOr 
sedan. V-8. tutosnatie 
transmlsalon. Ideal 
family traneporiatloo. 
naa 


1967 TOYOTA Crown sedan, 
4-6peed. $1495 


19a CREVROLETT Impala 3 
door hardtop. This 
luxury unit has every 
available cation, includ¬ 
ing power windows aad 
Stereo tape. Finished In 
attractive light green 

, with black vinyl ro^. 

j $3296 

1966 OLDSMOBILE “96“ 
luxury 4'door hardtop, 
this car la equipped 
with every omocivable 
p o w er asset anC luxury 
feature. Drive tire best 
for only 

$2595 

1863 PONTIAC Partaitmie 2- 
door hardtop. Full 
power equliMBent. This 
papular hard - to - find 
model is in way above 
average conditioD. 

$1396 

ISa COUGAR hardtop, V-8. 
power aieering. radio. 
Vary etean a^ wen 
kept. 

135K 

1967 RAMBLER Rebel 2- 

. door hardtop. Com- 

' pleteiy equipp^ wttti 
V4 automsttc, power 
steCTlng, pnvsr teakea, 
radio, sharp two-tone. 

$U89 

IJa VALIANT Signet, ^ 
door hardtop, big six, 
with automatic trens- 
mlaetrei, radio, and 
bucket Mats. A real 
sporty unit tor only 

6106 I 


OAK BAY LOT 
2040 Cadboro Bay Road 
at Foul Bay Rd. 

5a»471 

MMMMMMMMMM 
OVER 40 LOW PRICED 
USED CARS! 

63 Rambler, 56 Chev., 

56 Vauxhall. 

Your choice; $129 
MAYFAIR MOTORS LTD . 
385-4731 

736 Qoverdale Ave. 
MMMMMMMMMM 


1966 VOLKSWAGEN, 
cab. 


1968 PONTIAC Parlsienne A 
door hanltop, V4 auto-' 
roatic, radloi, power: 
steering, power | 
brakes $26951 


Delta 


ENSIGN 

CHRY5LEI«*LTMOUTH 
Yatea At Cook 
30-2411. 


1966 CHRYSLER “300“ 2- 
door hardtop; fully: 
powar equipped. $190 

1966 MSiUXIRY Park Lane 
4-door bardtt^. Fully 
poww equipped $3195 

190 CHEVROLET K - toe 
pickup, Aoylioder.$lS95 

190MU8TANG 34oor 
hardtop, V-8, a u t o- 
matle, radio. $1385 

LOOK TO U8 FOR THE 
LARGEST BEUSenON of 
USED VOLKSWAOENB 
CARRYING A 3AMQNTH 
WRITTEN WARRANTY 

SPEEDWAY 

VOLKSWAGEN 

FIRST In SALES 
And 

FIRST In Service 

NOW On BOTH SIDES Of 
YATES STREET 


Owdo 89 m; 'O 

c^et wm-Stk; ‘S3 XDvor aw. 
r3kKllSu^*‘%rFoas. is« coder 

Bill X Rd., bctWMti ftioSiounM utd 

Rtchjaoad. en-«iu _ 

M MS.U. OmrVXIRtBLE WITH 
non SB EF. Wariui BMor 
redUl MF tiMt. OWy 

ia.«a 
s.ts 


1868 B EAUMONT Cuatmn 
atatton wagon, V-8, 
automatic, power steer¬ 
ing, power brakes, 
radio. $7786 


wagon, 6, autotnetic' 
tranamlasloR. $140 

1969 BUICX Bkylarir 3-door 
hardtop. V-8, automatic 
transmiisioa, power' 
brakes, steering, redlo,' 
vinyl roof $3995 

19a ACADIAN 3-door, V4,; 
auto matte tranamls ' 
Sion $2396| 

1966 METEOR 2-door hard-1 
top, V4 $1595: 

1962 CHEVROLET Impala, | 
2-<hxn' hardtop V4, ■»-: 
tomatic tranamisiioa, 
power braket, steering, 
radio. $896 


1965 PONTIAC O.T.O. con- 
vertible. 4C0 cuUe inch 
engine with high lift 
cams, 3 caiburetora, A 
spral transnUtsion and 
radio. $270 


SI BaAUMONT WAOON: « PARJS- 
tem, HT. Mj m FMIrd: « 
Volki; a Chev W-(0iV SB Qwvy n 
3-Dr : m Buldc 3-Dr : « Dodec 
BT; • Fold «UW: ■ lac U- 
Son, at Onilor. SI Chev V-S «t 
BLOWS 

mitmaa motou) 

9(0 O^LAS street 


BALE 

BAVABCAIT ADR) LTD. 
Oevt nod Bmld 1 


• Standard $1095 

New oar warrumteea awdl- 
able 

On All Late Q.M. Ghrs. 

Many More Makes and 
Models 

Bank Financing' 


™«o $1098 SACRIFICE 

•64 VAUXHALL VIVA OH v*a 

braket, ndla, louMcelete ceedlUoa 

83’ VOLKSWAGEN »»» Pnwte waa a_ 

STA’nON WAGON, very sioaTaAr.K FORBCLoeuaa 

clean, ewmamioal at $IK 

_ — _, 3-4oar roBvwtlhl*, 

■e EfTVOY STATION 222?^;.^“ **■ sroi « bat 

a Awnsw nd.iMTi 

WAGON, the * 
model, only 

LOOK! 

109 JAGUAR 3.4 SEDAN. ■ 

automatic drive, radio, 
black beauty for $1 


19a BEAUMOhrr SperU, 9- 
«toor, hardtop, 4-epeed 
trananilBBioii, power 
steering, power brakes. 
V-8 13695 


19« ACADIAN DrVADBR. 4-DOOR 
•rdan. t cylinder, eutometlc, radio, 
eieofteMcally pertccL Mar take 
elder model Valkiwacen ai part 
peymenL MuM be told limnedl- 
niely. _ 

FOR 8ALt: IMD PONtlAC. 8 
O'lindet, ftendard. Radio, rear eeat 
■peaker, GoVe i n m eat leated, gooi 
bodr Mcchafilcelly (ound through 
Ota aoBiel aOer to tXB. PhMM M3- 
W03 aRer S [kin. I 


Mermry 


~ otter BM-8371 _ 

MOVDIfi, MUST aXLI.. IMMACU 
$40 lata JJS5 MuBang. a.OCD original 
mllai, Hua «1U) wMla inUrlor. hai 
tape de*, new wMtmll Urea, a- 
•PMd fiaor asft. AWk« Sim tTS- 
I p.m. 

18S4 METEOR AUTOMATIC MEW 
Um. new ahocht. rebuilt motor, 
■ood autonallc traeamliiion. body 
and bMaiior. BMallant lranf«erta 


NORTH SIDE of 
PINLAY80N 
Under the 
AUTO WASH SIGN 

3S4211 After 6, 382-9895 


1963 BUICK Le Sebre 2-<toor 
hardtop, V4, automatic 
power ateerlng, power 
brakes. $1095 i 


1M& PORTIAC PARIBIENNE 
cuitom aport 3.door hardtop V-6, 
automalle, power iteering, and 
brakra, radio, tinted wtndohleld, 
barkup KgbU, axealleM condition 


EXPANDING TO SERVE 
YOU BETTER 

388-2415 

9 a.m. tm 9 p.a. 


ON THE SPOT 
G.M.A.C. 
FINANCING 


1S67 VOLIBRACEN. PASSED 
tan, goad aaeoBd ear. fDS. 4T7-U3T. 
LEAVinC MUST OBLL ISW 
VolkMM da me oBdet BvetT 
opUoD. leeo ailM. Sail to firW 
reamwMe oadb aHer. iBt-OSO. 

«B6 GALA XIB JO! 2-DOOR 
hardtop, vinyl roed, bucket aeata, 
Gonaole. all power, Imaiacuiate. 


BORWOOD 

for 

MAZDA 


Since 1883 


FTATION WAGONS 


5 ONLY 

1970 HORNETS 
SST Top Model 
4-<ioar sedans, with 
Big six, 3-speed automatic, 
individual reclining seats, 
vinyl interior and radio. 
—Low mileage 
—Factory warranty 

SAVE at $2995 each 


1967 ACADIAN 
sedan 


'»TOYOTA Corona. Low 
mileage unit with 


RIGHT TIME 
RIGHT CAR . 
RIGHT PRICE 


ua MALIBU »DCX)II HARDTOP, » 
cyllodar, is,eai mtut, mmnele 
condiilea. |S,1M. WUJ take Naallar 
car ai part paymanL UI«-Tatar- 
tan, 3S8-«f a: 7mm. 


1 kila, new tiret. Naw Surge 
brakei, new Mghtini. Itcenaed. 
rturdy rvnpe. Ideal far Block ear. 
Clf 4 7T-e«lg __ 

MU^ SELL tan VOLKSWAGEN, 
neallcnt point, iirce. motor, all 
eftere coneldarad. SSMSM afler I 
p.BL and waakeadt. 

M PmmAC POWER THROtIGB- 
euL eaecUent condttlon. Front and 


radio 


19a OLDSMOBILE Starflre 
convertible, automatic, 
radio, power steering, 
power ^akes $2295 


'69 MAZDA “1500” sedan. 
One owner, in excellent 
condition ....$1895 


fkaa e mustang bigb per- 

lonnaaea, Mgb rlMr nuoltaid 
TMw headart. aun. Akanel carti.. SB 
h.p.. 4 epeed. New patel SgS-Sm 

*** im r5~k~D rAntuum. vi 

y. aigoraallr, orlffaml ewMt, W,W 
B4Bi mllat. Beet otter ctoae to ILSSO. 
Leavlaa eeuidry. ISMsm. 

im DODGl PbLAiw 


'a Austin "1300“ America. 
Only 7.000 mUea $1695 

■67 PONTIAC aedan, V4. 
One owner unit in excel¬ 
lent condltioD .$1805 


19a OLDSMOBILE ’’88“ 
sedan, fully equipped, 
one owner 
history. 

19a AUSTIN “850 
new. 

19a CHE VELJJC 


1967 PONTIAC Grande 
Parisienne 4-doar hard¬ 
top, automatic, power 
steerlQg, power brakes, 
radio. $2495 


1969 MUSTANG Cbnvertible 
Full power equipment 
Automatic trans- 
radio. Have 


_ __ROAM. 

cusiotn rwdio, automatic 4. due to 
trantfer, maM MOttat. inOD n- 


mission, 
fun this summer and 
SAVE $$ at 
$3795 

1966 MUSTANG ConverUble. 
V4 automatic, radio. 
Gleaming Jet black with 
white interior. 

$2196 


UH CHEV OIPALA SUPER 
Sperl sn. eondltkm. 

Sletao tapa, S MW Urea SI,400 . 477- 

soa. _ 

iwi OLDSMOBILE DELTA 
fully power eoulpTied. new Mini. 
axMlkent aoitdBfcn Ihmugbaut. Prtea 
S1.MI aSMUg 

RAMBLER CLAi«C 4-tXmR 
ledan. atlUmallc traawnlulcri. new 
brakri and liree. leated. Rnni and 
looka good, M36. »r-7isa _ 

IM) DODGE STATION WAGON, 
■landakd, V-t. New batleiy. trailer 
Uleb. electric brake eewirol. Open 


a DATSUN “1600” 
wagmi.. 

-65 RAMBLER “550. 
33,000 miles .... 

•63 VOLKSWAGEN 


station 

..$1845 


um MUSTANa OOStVBRTTBLE. 
HAST. EAST nRMS Da tUM ear. rmw wdiaa. wA 

Itatiwi ^>1 lAka liaa 0.T. ta 

^ . fawda, 144-7831 

MW BAVARIAN AUTO L’ID. owhbr TRAmFSnimD must 
Gov’t Md Herald 386-1515 HW.Val^.W lo. mileage. 

Syms Immaculate condttloa, oflen oi 

--- tLaoa. m* 0 M. 

uaont, 2J:****£?N ,2? UK. ise pontTac 4-door. «.an 

.**5* * mllea mUai. aWamatlr. 4. new mbber 

trana- Bielar, ra^, taaawrattc naiaraial EKaM car. tm Onn. a5-it!» after 


SELECT USED 
CARS 


1969 DATSUN aedui. 


1967 ANGLIA sedan 


1964 STUDEBAKER station 
$695 


$695 

’61VOLKSWAGEN, one 
owner $495 


19a PONTIAC Bei 
V4. automatio 
mission, radio. 


wagon 


I9a B E A UMONT 


station 

wagon, 6 cylinder. $1766 


WITH 


1962 CHRYSLER 44oor V4 
hardtop, automatic, 
radio, power steering, 
pov^ brakes. $886 


1968 TRIUMPH Roadstar, 
win wheels ..,..$1995 

1967 AUSTIN HEALEY $1696 

1965 AUSTIN Healey ”3000”, 
overdrive, win 
wheels .$1J«5 


190 DATSUN "1680” 44oor 
—<<»" One-oamer. kiw- 
mileagR mit. 

$1096 

iM VAUXHALL Viva de 
luxe sedan with radio. 
Like new condition. 

$1305 

1969 CORTINA “UOO" de 
hme, 3doar, only 24)00 
miles. 

$1996 I 

1960 0 LI^OBILE 44oor 
sedan. ’This unit kx&s 
and runs exceptionally 
well. 

|$39S 

19a FORD Custoan ”500’’, 4- 
docr sedan. ‘Thii beauty 
is equlyed wUh V4. 
automatto, power steer¬ 
ing, p owe r bsrakea, ra¬ 
dio. st e reo tape, and 
vtigd not. Low mlle- 
«te 

$2795 

1966 OLDSMOHELE luxury 
“M”, sedan. Ililf pres¬ 
tige car la wiqulped 
with every option avail- 
abla. ilm exoepticoal 


1060 Yutm St 38 
I Open Until I pjn. 


1968 rMr pickup. 


Gem Motor Sales Lid. 

480 Eiquimalt Rd. 38S43U 
“ Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. 

^ CHBVT station WAGON CM 
or bell Oder. ISB Dwvy beit ofler. 
Good motors. 404 Frsiicee Ave. 3S4- 


imtkbraxional cuerm 
lUll. Low mUMsa BsMOcst 


VISIT PUMLEY 
TODAY 


19a MERCURY van. $1195 


BRITISH CAR 
CENTRE 


810 JOHNSON STREET 
385-1451 


KWT SELL THB WBEEBND UK _ .. . ^ 
voikmaw UH aaUM vmos 2“ 

Good dupe, limpectod. SKO firm. ■•meta. K«w i 

- _' « Auarai K 

PBIVATS SALE drive. 4 low 

1144 Cbwy n Nova. K7. wta radio. 346-7471 
17,a» oeiEhHi mites V0» or CTBO iTJSrnmr ~ 
and ■nairear. nnut after I p.m . SJp’^wd^iio 
2 -a BERT auBAX's F-srod Smss 
Camaro. RWi UlTs Alao IM 
Corvette. 14800. PtkODa SSLSMI. HHr ^**0 VA CTHAI 
T piB. CourUnay. _5I« 

i^ rALCON 


CHEVROLET 

COUNTRY” 


‘Cortina Country' 


THREE POINT MOTORS 


UK AMX m CU. n. 4.SPEED. 
G^lbruek Rofley. hcedcra many 
optima. 5,400 Invoted. Make offer 
477 140 BC 4Se4 

LADY’S SMALL CAR. Ugl ENVOY, 
reaaonahle. very good condition, 
with cxtni Cao be viewed at 11 
Boyd Btreel b etwe e n 8 aad U am. 

140 BUICX SKYLARX T-t WBHE 
wdh Mue hdeeior. bwekit msu. 
radio, lew mlteage, _g«od eotidiecn. 


G.M.A.C. FINANCING 
AVAILABLE 


1968 KARMANN GHIA Con¬ 
vertible. A sporty little 
beauty. $2395 


19Q PARISIXNNb 
Whai oflenf Phiwe 


lisa CORTINA "1600” de 
hne 4-door sedan. One 
owner with only 11.000 
miles. Immaculate 
throughout. |17a 

19a AUSTIN "1100” Moor 
sedan wttb radio. 
maintained. 

Oiia owner unit pma 

ISa ISUZU Beltet ’tiSOO” da 
I luxe 4-do(w eedan, with 
radio. Eemomy family 
wiit fllB 


COURTEOUS 


1964 THUNDERBIRD Co li¬ 
ve r t i b le. Chantilly 
beige with white leath¬ 
er imsrioc end many 
coDvenience features. 


Thru to BURNSIDE 


(0pp. Mayfair) 


SERVICE 


Ib X AUTTPUL c ot ro m o w. 

lam* haiKac, as fomm. SSA 


THREE POINT MOTORS 
GovermnoK ak Bnilaide 
30-6737 


THE NAME IS YOUR 
GUARANTEE 


- UK FORD GALAXm, VENY 

. GOOD SKAFX^ Kwa trad IWIK , bted. KK 
irea 4dsw. naaoi mmm __ 

— -USD Aurm caWbridox. 


coLucioaa 

i»a CadlXac Flcetewid Hint c«e>- 
dUloB. bri! pdwa r , aa ttMe t s Dmi 
Swin. Ba SSL Weak* CBy SK- 

7D12. 


207 DOUGLAS STREET 


DRIVE IN OFF TOPAZ 


1 ONLY 
190 CORTINA 

1—4-do(s- G.T. model with 4 
speed eoneole shift. 
—Beige with saddle tan 
trim. 


BTATIONWACOR UK OLETS- 
moMle Vliga Cnd«r da bcw. 
KvrtllcBl emidltlai, low nlleata 


I»t CADILLAC MOTUR AND 
traiteoduM, porta ter m CadU- 
laa 4Jii-4g»._ , 

aSK VOLKSWAGEN FAefBAck, 
TuU Inicrtimi, Uk« naw, fSBS 01-1 
0U. 03-W73. 


lunuB Men COUPE, 
lop, palBt. ta«i, Kulea, SUK. 


AWSt MOXABTH 'St AUTOMATIC. 

paaw. BK ar (Ntw. Chav. W 
- vOaMmUe. SBK • olbr. dn-«nt 

* £S£5 '« FORD, A tTANDABO TBAHa- 
m«ii<a. raila. wbliawalts SHI. SK- 


WILUE MOTORS 
p CUDA tat. an. 

0 MUSTANG aa aap. 

IK Pomuc Ana 
K FHIEBIXD KB bM. 

Ik CmCET wagmi. I, akio. 


VAUXBALL VTVA “0“ 
B_ waeoe. 11,404 ailM S14SD. 


J. C. MOTORS 

CABS GUTT BAFETT CBBTiFlElJ m eoSSi 

• Homrsoo wta v-a a^ caw owy en-um 
m HxTKua ar. v-a At — 
n caavKU^ ar. al ... 

a CHRYSUBR ar teedad . 

• CBEV. Bal^. T-S, at . 

a pmrmc h.t., va «* 

B BUICK ar 0 p a. 

roBD aTA. afap ve 


190 CBEV. BEL AIR 4-OOOR V-8. 
■ W i ain tlc , p B w t r MeCTliM, 190 or 
000. M1-2M 

190 AMBASSADOR. AUT^AHC 
utnw itMTing. radio, 8,900 miles 
iiao or ofler ssi-au 

110 MUSTANG. ACYLlHOXa 
■landard. icMad. ntM altar S 
p.m.. anoMS_ 

OONVERTIBLE IStl C A M A R d 
etlgtaaJ ftnlMi, low mileage. liuM 
ecM. 0ZB. OCIm. WWK 

n VOLVO 133S. OOVERNMENT 


ESTATE 8ALI 
HM Qiav., avIanaUc. 
Urea, naw taatteTy. gaat 
■eal etnian, aortrimtat b 

flcodiihin. amaasa 


SAVE IN SEVENTY 
with 

CORTINA 

at 


$2585 

1964 OLDSMOBILE P-B. 3- 
door aedan, ful power 
equlpfOCTit and all CHds- 
mobile luxury appofntp 
roeoti. 

$1395 

19a FALCON idoor sedan, 
etxmomy 6 motor, auto- 
matio traosmissioD. A 
real budget eaver. 

$1785 

ISa ENVOY sedan, anio- 
matto tranemlssioo aad 
custom radio. TUs 
exceptionally roomy 
impost is la exeeUent 
eo^tioK. 

$3oa 


UK THUNOIRBiRD 
Hardt^, alr-cooKtliiied, fun power. 


- MUST IBLL IM MBRCi 

mnCTCD. ea^teat naiMka. i 

tm KSS «r ear. SS50 or boM eflw. M 4471 

__ BEAUTIFUL Mil KERa 

DO WAOOa Model a*. Bpaclal JIM. B 


I BRITISH CAR CENTRE 
(Div. of Peter PoOen Ford) 
Yates St Quadra 384^805 


UK PONTLW PARniXMNE 7- ^ 

^ karKop. AH POWM, mm 4» J 

_;_ Molori, 894 Paa^ra. 04011 

'0 VOLMWACKX 7M erATBn US4 OLDS DYNAMIC 0 FOWicR 
Wiem GoM son IS> eiaatag, powar bnkm autamallc 

Mi radio, McaHoat conUtma. BM. 0A 


U0 EPIC DE LUXX 3-DOOa. etai- fcardlop. 
dXM oa Daw. o0r 7.40 DtlaB, "WM. 


19a TRIUMPH "1300' 


Flae British craftBmsnahlp 


la very much in evidanos hi 
this ooe-owiMi, low zailaaga 
beauty. Feahiraa luxury 
plus economy. 

8PKIAL $106 

BRIAN HOLLBY MOTORS 
3319 Douglai St. 

I 3M-11B1 


UK wtirjjia fli. V-S, Acrro- 
maOe. powar MaerKg. radio, lutad 
giaaa lit ligbls BaK egbr. grt-KK 

■K UimtOR RIDEAU 01. V4 
■utenalic, powvr itaartai, powar 


M0 AUSTIN UK. GOOD CONDl- 
Qos low MllMK MvlM Mia. art- 

4038 _ 

Iil0 DODOI MOllAQD. SOOOe. 


IKS CBKV 1-DOOR BABOTOP, 
■MolBMIc. radio, m o. 04-00 

i0i PALooN. V-4. BAeBi^rim 
PhM R tt-MB, Cobhte Bill 

FWt SALE: CBEV QOCto 


PETER POLLEN 
FORD 


UM CHEVY a I OWNER. 00. 

4TA074 

'0 CHEV. 44)OOR. '47 CHEV. *■ 
door Chnp dM-K0 


U0 MALBU KB. 
•tverlDt, pewit k 
KW .apUmi. ttOK 


cyllAdar Bandard 0094 Kawov' 
ur> PCTfllAC STATION WAQQN. 


384-1144 


t «flkr. 110 AUSTIN MNI im, TOP 
cmKllwi ramoMbte prlca » 0 ia 

PADfT. »M PARIBTXMRE CUSTOM 
iport 183 de luxe ooedlllon. 479036 


'W CHEV a CYLINDEK. tTAN 
dard. 8299 or bett offer 478-UOO. 


74B 

ronn boonoune wtndow 1 

ua FORD TUDOR 

fan 

ExteOeol cundUon. 47S-430 [ 

477-3487. | 








































































































eveiy 

ctmvenience 


2—only (new) 

1500 Baetc with 
brakes 

Furnace Model 


1 —<rtily (new) 

I 1400 with brakes 


t«ED UNIT SPECIALS 


Tnv GU Butdlvui 'ar-M Iraa 890 


S' f Pyramid Camper with 41” 
cabovar, S-bmer hot (ilate. t(« bux. 
propane. UO ami 13-voll and 

s pannaiMatiy moustad da luxe 
]a<4a. CIM 


AL^ SEE THE 
FABULOUS NEW 
1700 

FOR 1970 

at 


n IS* Anaacrat La Liner Trailer, 
•leepa, 6, with oven, porlatde toilet. 
eleeUe hrakea and propane, IJO 
and 13-volt llffit. LIKE 
NEW aas 


COASTLINE TRAILER 
CENTRE 


1 Mly—amndard Bumper to Bt ‘SI- 
‘SI Pord Tniric. conpleta with 
equallaer bltcb. Uaed tSS 


AND 

LET TRAVELAIRE 


Permaitmtly attaebed, tripod baaod, 
-•— ^ 


aerew-typa jacki. __ 

pact aafe and ciiabla you to take 
yew - _ . . 


. - _ _ _ anywhere 

place It within M” of the ground 

SET OP 8. ONLY. 9 

nSTALLATION __X 

SetJ a( 4 avalleUc tor 
larger camperi. 


I 8BAGULL and CAVEMAN - - - - -- 

CAMPERS 1*3 BOOMS TO BENT 

(Die. cd Dotclnioa Heton) - 

I -SLEEFINC ROOM FOR RENT IN 

Drop In aiM are our naw Una tt private borne tor young worUni 

.moblloaft tnflen I i - -—■- 

will be pleaad yoa did. 


Theae lisciiry earpatad aliltce hava 
Dice dining areea Teak Mtchan 
cabiiMti HiUi colored appllancea 
Eievaio'. controJiad entrance, 


12-VOLT FRIDGE KITS 


SELUirO? CASH cat COItSICN 
8RP ARrS CAR BALER BURN 
SIDE AT HAKIUET. E^SKB 


PURinSHBD ROW FOR RENT. 
Supply own linen. Central ana. ttl- 


TIRE SPECIAL 
Firestone de luxe Champion 
factory seconds 


CASE OR tXnaaiH. clean cars, to Prepana —12 volt By litaUIlIng 
BOUSTON M(3TORS U v<dC cODveralon kit your 

M Pandcra St K4-fn3 refrlmrator will opmata trom your 

—ear or truck battery wMle driving, 
kee^nt your fridge CDnetantly cold. 
!■ GAMPBBS kit end tnaallathai IrMtucUoim 

AMD I' fc S H i B BS InaUllaHon eu be anranged 


ITANDEM 


815-15 818.95 

Blaekwali exchange 
815-15 819.95 

Whitewall Exchani^ 


TRAILER SUPPLIES 


Bunj] 

A CAMPER, TRAILER OR 
CAHOPY TOP 
Parta, Flam and 
Alumtoum atocdied. 
BUMPERS AND APPLIANCES 
□tSTALLED — REPAIRS 


InstallatioQ FREE 
MS OR CHARGEIX 


Here For a Brief Stayt 
24-ft. PROWLER of 
OREGON, a complete unit 
at a realistic price. 

Complete line of ARISTO¬ 
CRAT Travel units and 
campers. 

See why ARISTOCRAT lead 
In quality, style and finish. 
See our demo units next 
week at MAYFAIR Shop¬ 
ping Centre Show. 

KNK3IT. FOUR SEASONS. 
LAMPUGHTER. 

Moldle homes also a 12'x4$’ 
SQUIRE, 2 bedroom. 

Spaces for all our homes. 

Parta, Mtohm, fumecet, 
hidgee. 

See Frank, Sun. 1-5 mily. 


dad tire lid. 

1600 Blanshard St. 
382-7283 


u Slraat 
M Mayfair) 


li» PABn, AOOB8M»m 

OUlTlti^ LOCATION 
ass TBaiiieiard S b a t t 


NUMBER ONE FOR OUTDOOT 
FUN. Saa tha coeipMa 7Q ibieui 
Including tba gli new. tudy aali 
cuntalnad. 11* campar and t)i< 
limlor motor hama. 


NOW 

UNDER ONE 
•SIGN' 

YATES AT COOK 


Tow Cafa “Baut" la tha 

BATTERY 

Faf a Strode, Sura Start Evary 
TIM GET aa "ACME’' 

LOWEST PRICES 
IN TOWN 

□allvirad aad laatallad 

FRANCIS BATTERY k 
TIRES LTD. 
RitiaadiBg SgaeUlIata 
RACIHG HBADEBS 


Bava you mw iba bolbr t t t 

'Hia afl flbraglaM trallar Itwt any 
ear can pidl. R aleepi a family of 


tour, and wMgha <aiiy SOO IW. 


Rantal Dapt. 

G. BYTON OR P. DUECE. 


In atock, tha maaRlDew)l 


52x12 GLENDALE 

Was 810.250. NOW 89,850 


HERE 

NOW 


Park ^ace available for all 
h<Hnes Id 
G oldstream Villa 


amAQTQ Naad a hitch? Wirtog? Or caaaral 
trallar rawin' 

Call «M near! Bob Armalnaig. 
Managar of our larvica eadra at 
_ Stowa and Fiagnrd Straati. 


SCCrlT APARTMENTS 
taiga LBK raoras tor 
-aged or aldarly tenaiita. Hot 

_ coU water, gai tangea 

caUavldoB all rocma 9CS Dougta* 


mi FARGO 
TRADESMAN VAN 
SPORTSMAN WAGON 


See us this weekend at 


mlddJ< 


THREE an-U G.H.C OR CBET, 
ona «k-lS Sutaotaaim. Ona SB-lS 
tlra and vriiaMe. 're« Raeaalt 
whcalA fnar and parte, mar and 
tranaiuiaalre Raai and dda arte- 
doaa, wBh motara. IMS Bd 1<^ 
tMrdtep. OttMT Mta. —Wt 

OTEVYlii'corSTcofiKmSLT 

rabdUt S tiiaim EdafteuW. laky 
cam, anlhli. U to 1 pMona, 
HaSiisy. AMdard ate as. ISM 
CorvaOa. B.W. T-tt. dapaad. Oacra 
ss awi. _ 

ROlUa. BfeJUUHGS. QASXBTR. EX- 
chAQw tnkB Weaa, drum tiuukig. 
Ida flUDe, vBitei awl maddeme. 
CORDS PnnHf RDIUS 
at IM JeteM Bt - MMOU 


SSia^lJr «.«.8«-4*U 

“ lai^ PURVIS-FLACK TRAILER 
■ ‘ SALES LTD, 

ISIS Quadra . . . aeroaa from 
tha enrlhig rink Phont S834S23 
Vancouver lalaod Scamper, 
SbaMa and Spertwrafi dealen. 


Glenkey Mobile Homes Ltd. les-im 


nc M moetfaly. Prtoa ann. Pluma 
fTS-sna to viaw. 

ARKANA TRAILED 

a—vvwaig Ida naw 'ftltanaaf 
Gbbohw, flbtagUw aad polytra- 
Owaai toittn. F aad HTT' t—nnM 

C>W9a M— 

Ttnado Dtfva «IM44i 


31 WAYS mTTER 
TH AN ALL 
COMPETITION 


'TERRY TRAVEL 
TRAILERS' 


FENNEll,'S 
TRAILER SUPPLIES 

REPAIR9 


Ist time in Victoria 


FARTS - PROPAtIB 

GALAXZE CAMPERS 

MSI Pat Bay Bary MadBl 

PA- CAMPER. «De 
dkwtte. aU factory nuMad, aS 
wbcMwy and ourtelcta Btea^d 
Factory apppltod fySarl nr fld 9ted 
told wolta Co mpto tad vid re ady to 
BO M aWO or o<kr. 4am Ifniteinii 


BRAND NEW 
1970 

MODEX^ AT 
BIG SAVINGS 


The 

1970 DATSUNS 
ARE HERE 
NOWJ 


Visit our lot today 
and see for youneif 
that "(luality con¬ 
struction," "real 
wood" interiors and 
a list of standard 
equip ment most 
others call "t^ons" 
can be yours at a 
price you can afford. 
Trades taken on 
boats and trailers. 
Easy, easy financ¬ 
ing. 

MULLINS MARINE 
SALES LTD. 

925 YATES STREET 
VICTORIA, B.C. 

382-1928 

Entrance through 
Yates or View 


Island Highway 
3 mi. S. Ladysmith 


CLEAN, FtfRNISHED 
r room pita fully equipped 
W In. m 4TS.2« 


OATSUN 'lear- 
DATBUII "Mn” 
DATSUH idMia 
rweranw ^law' 


ose 

SZL96 

- , —. itim 

DATSOM ^inr wart gsns 

All hiDy equipped 

DAVID MOTORS LTD. 
1101 Yates 388-6168 

DAT8<1H — VOLVO 


ISO CHEV. ADOOR. AUTOMATIC ****"" - 

truenlMhm. tew end. eteirtiig. ATTEMTHIN CASIPER OWNERS 
•law, da m n, flb^lia AmdUary gu tanka <30 gallanai. 

- ■■■ ■ ■ — . . ' a llTf ntai ta^BllAttofL MBT luBMfB. 

m DOP GE AO TMiATlC TRANS- Sw traM 

irrtiMna^mdlitone. MM Padg ve ter tti* fmxad. m* pte* tMtaUatton. 
mute. Paid flan— fl 9 eartenbn Apply Oak Bay T—ace. ISSO Oak 
matotnid. MMBOS_ B,y Ava to «-a toj 


ENSIGN 

CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH 
YATES at COOK 


386-24U 

Open Weekdays ‘till 9 


parte. tocknHag Maae. eO te eoed *'**»*" 

;<indmai. aM-MM. _ TRAILERS AND CAMPERS 

VOLKSWAGEN USED PARTS DOUGLAS AT BURNSIDE 3gS.2VD 

Service: AH mcdela all yean — — ... __—— r 
CERHAR CAR CENTM * KOO T TR AILER, SIXEPRI 
SOI EUla St. m Tfn acve. Irldge. gai and aledrlc 

_____ H^itlag. teativ ataraga eopboerdi. 

CXIRVETTS DUAL POINT DtS- WouM nteke toi excrieat HRuner 
tritailcr, AM poeittaeUcet tear told, aite ladt. StSSO. 4iT-4842 

|g ptatona, M»4M4. _ i KX-HTDHO BUSES, GOOD CON 

■9t 7SPHTR FOR PARTS OR dlttoo. Hake tend meUla or 
aaoDOd oar, ffB. '■ fWd, 3^ ve —ttoeary hnma, gic'deateu, ale 
eagkM, rebuQL OB. OSent. Dallverad enywhwa wttiito reaaao. 

- — ■ ■ ■ - UASin 

na FCBCD ALL THE OOODIEB MBD.__ _ _ 

M tewaad SU. New T.mu area, sr ARISTOCRAT TRAILER. 

ITO. MlMSl Mridam whiwdi, alectrtc bnfeea, 

■r . ijiiij ' .i-u ' j.._L j.L_ caijpl*to*y •tef«Bitelaad. aaparate 

rttowetlueepa • Rxctelent cmM- 


txnraly vli 


ROOM 


ROUSE KFGnNG .. 

lady. Rcdcjand Avenue. Apply MM 
Linden, Suita 1. 


SPACES AVAILABLE with 
ail MOBILE ROMES 

478-1041 or 384^91 (Eves.) 


DAVID MOTORS LTD 
1101 Yatai SL 


LARGE, BRIGHT, FRONT SLEEP- 
Ing room. Kitchen faidUilai. Fair- 
field. 3S2-taM _ 

CLEAN. BRIGHT, CLOB TO 
team, ladlei only. avellabM AprU 

IS. ms McCInre. _ 

iFUmilSHED ROCBI. ffiTT PLATE. 
ilrWge aU toend. Mld(lJ»«t*d teW- 
Inaaa fflatt tSA 3BM4&1 


INTERNATIONAL ST AIR- 
Mrena. twin bad modal Travel tha 
WaUy Byem way m eon^te atf- 


38&4iI31 


DO YOU WISH TO MOVE YOUR 
MCBILE SOME TO AN ADULT 
PARK? 

We hare waeaa ready new. Oatar 3 
iBOea frtiB Vlotorla Far toraw 
ItnSanBMloD. day, lP-5 p.m. 4T8-1<H1. 


DAMACID IMl CADILLAC DOUR 
da VlUa. Oflara dlMML _ 

WANTED G.M.C. II OICB I HOLE 
•pitl rtoa wbaaI MSMM. 

WANTED 3MB FTNtC TOUCE 
wlntaHMd ateo M" Area. MMHS 


aventag S-M bRL aSMin. 

McmLE HraoT ”^paces. 

lacludlng rwlmming 
oal. 4 milai aauth 


INIXVIDUAL HEAT OUHTROL 
WAIX-TO-WALL CARJPBTTNG 
ELECTRIC KITCHEN, 

FREE CABLEVISIM 
LAUNDRY FACILITIES 
LARGE BALCONIES 
yiXCELLENT SOUND PROOFINa. 

ELEVATOR 

CONTROLLED ENTRANCE 
CLOSE TO SEA AND PARK 
VBDRM STE. FROM (139 TO S1I2 
3-BnRM. STE. FROM S145 TO DM 
rUKHBIHED SUITES AVAILABLE 


monthly 

heated __ . _ _ _._ 

Duncan. Na 1 Highway Phone Tall BRIGHT 
Tlmbto Park. 7484313_ 

1MB MANOR SAFEWAY, 12XM, 3 
bedrooma Terms available Sel up 
cat private M. Happy Valley Road. 

<78-3818_ 

M^ILE HOME. 1 YEAR OLD. 3 
bedraoma. fuHy funUvhad. washer, 
dryer, porch. n.SOD caah 383 lODS 

900CE TRAILER PARK. 7021 


CITATION TRAVEL TRAOER. 
pa 5, canop y, fid trera, aquakter 


JAMES HAY. L 
Man tolly. SSS-Ui,*; 


I APABTMEMTS TO 
BENT. UNFDBNlSinED 


RESOBNT MANAGER PHONE 

S 0 «n MMI 


i9gB PABKWOon u'xar fully 
fundMad m-Sl3S 


I APABTMEUrrB TO 
BENT. tmriTBNIflBED 


GOODACRK TOWERS 
S.'iO and ^ Douglas St. 

Dlraetiy opposite Coolarre Lake In 
haautllul Braoi<n Hill Park 
Cuiltonary hlghrlM amenilles 
For further rental inCormaUtoi 


TOUUNT 

ACCOMMODATION 


WANTED TO RENT: IMf FT. 
trailer tor kend May It. Alto 

for June 31 4784SB« 

FORD'S CAMPER AND THAILEK 
Cutom Built Campers 
Call ta at 4784613 


1« AUTO BBPAOM. 
8BBVIOB AND TOWDIO 


SLUtfBER QUEEN cab-over eamp- 
er. with furnarc. alova. lollaL tlSlB 
VICTORU JEEP 
Hillsiile at Rock Hay Avc 

U‘ ARBTOCRAT TRAVELLER. 
Slew » Like new m-mf Ctuftan. 
r CANOPT. tr- HB38. NICELY 
flteihed teaMa itoepa tae. amgia 


B C.M. IdoR toi duals GB 

B G.M. S-ton. 4 aBd 3 tITI 

(S G-M. Tandem teaetor Hk 

M Hoick Btylark 

convertibir glB 

MANY OTHER USED UNITS 
INTERNATIONAL HABVEBTER 
lUT Baald Sf. MM 


BED AND BREAKFAST 
Hlidmiim iingja, M. WaaUy pricea 
Rnecabrila, 7TT Blanshard 38S-Snnii. 


! VOLKSWAGEN PARTS 
and Kapalri 
avaJteUa at 

BAVARIAN AUTO LTD. 

Gevt and Haald 3MJ3U 

TRANSW^ AUTUMAT^ TlUmi 
toW(■ apedaiuu aB4-asL RabHltl 
am HanaBdialeM toem IM.M;' 
NteaipB traa •n.m 

JUNK CABB — B PAID FOB; 


HUSKY SHELL CAMPER 
Cargo doer kuuUed. fUa 8 ft. bog. 
S7' tallHBla. la-W. 


a I—lartehly good ■■^*4- ^ lentol lidarmallon and 
Bw anycae auilag modern <8. BiMM eall 

Me hsetHtto. u Badte Hml- QmL HMnaa MdUL 

iT'eaCrv Sd P^RKWb^ MANOR 

iteg rqm or tony mvtoa. IM JUBILEE AVX. 

•d Mtm ar 13 WT New de Iw taiB* S-badiom aiita 
ry Fr i a nte HBagUal mo ^ fiaieaniMm ilV~*i8‘‘'~ AgrU L 


Urn me. BBao. Pteaw mim. 

WINDUP HARDTOP 
tnltera fir rMA H04B. 

AISSTREJM sr. 1W7. TOP 

dltton r ft-m _ 

IMI 15- FLBETCRAFT 
SSMIM 


UB FARGO H-TOH. ITl 
condlUtoi. To virw, <18-114 


VACANCY FOR ELDCRLT TRX EINGffrON BB KINGSTON 
pao«ia. Wee aew BaBanmenL Near the Btdgi Large 1 badraan 
Twin OW Guaat B«^. ^ Bay, Mite, with balcm - quiet modeni 
near paih aa d hearti HM38. block. AdaMt. CIS Asply S<e. 

VACANCY IN SMALL RRKT ^ or S. W Andernor 

boma wbare gueiti are a family t-m __ 

WaU pteaaad neili and Hindi) BEL AIR APARTMENTS. LOWER 

c*ra. MMBl _ Cook, l-badrootn ndte Adulu. OlO 

LOVING CARE FOR MOTHER OR _ 

Father te a mall private real lkela HEIGHTS, 1327 FORT AND 
hme Id Falrttel^ doae to parha Belmont Large l-bedroom auKe 
CaU Mta Madt. MMEU _ >123 lit May «■ Uth. 3101OA _ 

THE BNGLISR MANOR REST SUnE FOR WORKING MAN 
Home by ^ ita AceenmodaUcau Parlly fumtehed 34R Ftrnwood. 
tor ladlaa 3e-T4SI 185-1797 

LARGE PRIVATE MXBf. AVJ^ J^EDROOM BUITZ, CJeUSVIION 
ahte tor tody hi raat home. Diaigg Inctodad, p—akniaca iw zaMdlc.e^ 
rain or tny ocrvlce tST-OEa oOMite. MR SM-IWC 

HAPPY HOME FOB XUIERLT l-BEDROm SUITE CUKeItL 
lady Phtoii M-SSli toll elderly Ctomle. tlOO Se-S4l7 


•.TO BUY 
CAR8 FOR CACT 
SPEEDWAY MOTORS 
971 YATES STREET 


18M G.H.C H TON. HRAVY DUTY 
■uspeoBlav t sp a sd. Itoig srlda box. 
iinVt ri sli p dlffarantlal. V-S, caMim 
cab. t3E)D. CoBtedor (dferi or older 
e u wipw trade. 1S4M Admlrali. 
aflernaoa or evaaiBga 

TOR sale! in VoiKSWAGBN 

BW tUDBlB entaa wHb atetoaa 
ibte tttea Itea ktea) tt«ck te «l»y 
hauilBS. naaM ^lena M4-481 after 


IIH GLtNDRT IT COMPLETE 
iMtch, BltTori, .-xae, cgtraa 477 
|<n9 

I FOR SALE WINDUP^ HARfrrOP 
Itrallar. ilacpa A tpaia wfaeed. I1S7 
I Carte strte itenn. 

TRAtLKR FOR RENT. SDR- 
iftteWly reaaoaabla. waaWy baali 


ISgg FORD S-TON 
many rxtrai. 4n-73M. 


8 8 WE PAY M{»tE % % 
Fd SPORT CARS AND OIPORtR 
CONTACT PAT OBLAREY 
BRIAN BQLLET HOTORS 
MU DoBlaa ». _ W-lMI 

WANTED. m.I884 BMALLBRI 

eaawct ear. Acadteri, OieTy n ori 
? AsUaiuik: pnterad. Good eiadl-1 
tlOB. Reaioiiabla. Ni-1T14 after I. 


r SELL im MERCURY 1- 
ml coadHton, an 4W-ai c 

C M C TRUCK, ii TON WITH 
n aquiswM. iM Burte. 


rORD MM 'H CHEV. 

Wpa OOtoU 4TSMB 


IB> OA» FO» AAU IM GABS FOB 8ALB 

SUBURBAN 1969 VOLKSWAGEN 

N 

O If the "Beetl«” it your 

R choice, you can’t buy better 

than this. One owner, low 
H mileage, custom interior, 

ON radio. 

DOUGLAS 

SPECIAL 81,8» 

BRIAN HOLLEY MOTORS 
Home of Mercury, Meteor, 3319 Douglu St. 
Montego, Cougar, Maverick, 384-1161 

CmtinB and Ford Trucks. _ 

1W VOLKSWAGEN DE LUXE. 1 

Weekend Specials qm-. muh b, nd. 4Rua 

Ul FOBBKTN IMFOBT 
1969 FIR E BIRD 2-door AMD SPCATg GiUB 

hanMap, V-8, auto-- 

matic, power steering, 

power brakes, radio. LOTUS EUROPA 

Special 82998 _ 


Satlg (Botonisl, Vktorio, B.C., Sunday, April 12, 1970 


PACIFIC GMC LTD. 

FLEET TRADES 
50 Top Quality Used Trucks 
^-%>Too Pickups 

'• CYiau r W-SIda Run tiH, body 
aouey HM 

44 Dodge r W-SMe. Rw awtel IBS 
'• CM r Bapaida. 283 Motor 
Exeat Ctoid. BISO 

-1 Men r W-Mte Laolte am |w 
'M Chav, g' W-SMa- Sbownon 
Clean T— Ttoia qbm 

‘Q Marc. X-Wafas- Id FtoumaB'i 
Track rtetn SUSO 

*1 CM K Too. 2» 44|—d E»Gov 
Good gTH 

M CM K Tea ASpaad I—ka 
Mra txna 


199 M£TE»R Montcalm ^ 
door hardtop, V-8, 
automatic, power steer- 
ing. power brakes, 
vinyl top. 

, ^cial 83198 

1969 CHEVROLET Impala 4 
floor hardtop, V-8. 
automatic, power steer- 
power brakes, radio. 
Special $3198 

1968 FORD 2-door hardtop, 
V-t. automatic, power 
steering, radio. 

Special 82298 

19G8PLYMOUTH 10- 
paasenger Sport Subur¬ 
ban. V-8, automatic, 
power Steering, power 
IXRkes, radio. 

- Special $3098 

1968 PONTIAC 2 door hard- 
tiv, V-8, automatic, 
power steering, power 
brakes, radio. 

Special 82298 

1967MERCURY 2-door 
hardtop, V-S, a u t o- 
matlc, power steering, 
M power brakes, power 
windows, vii^l roftf, 
power seat. | 

Special 82698 

1965 PLYMOUTH 2-door 6. 
automatic, radio. 

Spedal $688 

190 FORD 2-door 6, stan¬ 
dard. radio. 

Special 8698 

1K4 FORD XL 2 door hard- 
tc^, bucket seats, V-8, 
Butotnatic. 

Special 81298 

1964 CHEVROLET Wagon. 

« V-8, Butraiatic, radio. 

Special 81298 

1963 PONTIAC 2-door hard¬ 
top, V-8, automatic, 
power steering, power 
brakes, radio. 

Mechanic's special 
Asia 8498 

1962 CHEVROLET 4-doar. 6. 
autmnatie. 

Special 8698 

1963 AUSTIN Oean. 

Special 8498 

1960 FORD 4-doar. 6, auto- ' 
matic, power steering, 
radio. 

Special 8298 

1965 MERCURY 250 pickup. 
V-8. i ap eed, radio and 
new 1969 C»C 10% ft 
camper with fridge. 
Camper 

Special 83968 

Many more top quality 
trades to choose 
from. All 

guaranteed. j 


Staff driven ndy 1200 miles |4-Wheel Drive 


Regular $4995 
NOW ONLY 


BRIAN HOLLEY 
MOTORS 


a CM a Ten Panel, Site Wtn- 
denve. Hub I, Wtoca. Ideal 
CruiDBiy t03s 

81 UM te Toi nekBp W-eMc. Va 
4-apead. NfHgdii. IT' Utw. StSOl 
ntilea. Bate, teiafia >9300 

'■ Jm SUtkto WajpaL VS Warn 
Bite Really Oau 3231 

1-Ton Duals 

3 — GM and Furda. ‘Ml '•> >07, 
top oond. From lilts 


NA-nONAL DODGE j 

TRUCKS I 

1967 JEEP, 4-tedteel drive, 
excel lent condition. 
Wlneh. Low mileage. 
NOW ONLY 81645 

1965 LANDROVER, 4-wbMl 
drive, 42,00 miles, lock¬ 
ing hubs, 4-8peed. 

NOW ONLY 813»' 

1964 JEEP WAGON Power 
steering, tested. "A 
perfeot little red 
wagon.” 

NOW ONLY 81195 ' 

1968 FARGO Van, l-ten. 
duals, V-B 4-spced, 159" 
W.B. U* body, very 
clean. 

NOW ONLY 82395 

1962 IH.C. Panel, 6-cyl.. 
ltd. transmission. Eco¬ 
nomical transportation. 
NOW ONLY 8595 

TRADES WELCCiME! 


168 GABS AiromUOKS 
WANTED 

Trade Up or Down 


SUBURBAN MOTORS 


LES or TOM 


an^me 

HIGH VOLUME SALES 

Enable us to pay you more 
(«• your clean car. 

Contact: 

NORM BLACKMORE 
PETER POLLEN FORD 
1060 Yates St. 384-llM 
Open Until 9 p.m. 

Good, Clean 
CARS AND TRUCKS 
WANTED 
Caah in 5 Minutes 

— PLIMLEY — 

1010 Yates St. 


in CAMPEBO I 

AND TBAILERS 

S. J. PEDEN LTD. 
VANGUARD FOR ’70 

EndUng Bto* ItTD modelf by 
VANGUARD to both Camperi and 
Traltert on dutaay on ovr lalei lot 
Come In and plaoa your order now 
lor delivery at your conventenev 

CANOPY TOPS 

A complete range of CANOPY 
TOPS ID Ddl to fit both te alto te 
ton boxet. Clkxiae from the 3H' high 
VANGUARD CANOPY TOP or ST' 
high SPORTSMAN FIBREGLASS 
CANOPY TOP Alaa In tonrh 
FIBREGLASS TOPS to tit DATSUN 
TRUCKS. 


118 CAMPEBS 

AND TBAILERN 

— SPECIALS — 
From 

TRAVELAIRE 
1—only (new) 


IM BOOM AND BOARD 

AVAILABLE 'N O W FOR AN 
eldto-ty cotgde •<» cheiMt their 
privacy but can no longer maintain 
a tiome. A tovely 3 room suite vMttt 
a pfTvale taSuruem. ttotniru and 
storage ^>tcv. SHuatCd In a choke 
locatton. Caiiievitoon. leundrv, tray 
ae rMce. Vtotoria Prem Box 3(M 

COMFORTABLE RESIDENCE FOR 


sy, April 12. 1970 2} 

ten APARTMXSrrS To r 
RENT iiNPineNimnniv 

THE MARY STUART 
1035 McCLURE 
OPEN FOR VIEWING 
EVERY afternoon 


1900 complete with I 


retired genUeftilk In Glenahtel Exceptionally large 
Hotel. Elevator. Full hMel Mrvlce, f h n r n ii cr hiv vmmHTWvinf 
3 meeli and afternoon tea. QOM to *• " O ^ 0 U g niy SOUnft-pTOt^ 
downtown and Reacxn RUl Park, suites. 


BEST PART OF FAiRFiBLn. On a qulct Street in % 
comfortable well-healed room, excel-I 

83850 i»n‘ all ihe comiorf* m convement Fairfield loca- 


home, (or etderly people. 383-7797. tion. 

ROOM AITD BOARD IN FAMILY ,, 

borne {ot_ wtaidng man. Home All of the USUai features cl 

S 1995 ****• —-B quality modern apartment 

8^ simpSx*^?.. 5o‘?A,rm.n*"w' Pl‘“ the extTB spaclousness 
0*” _ . so seldom found In new 

ROOM AND BOjap FOR TWO buildings 

•eocA) 


3319 Douglas, 384-1161 Cbmplete Vans 


' NATIONAL CHRYSLER 

2524 Douglas Street 

819 Yates St. 384-8174 ivg will pay cash for can. 

_ Cars taken on consignment. 

385-5443 or 385-003^ 


IWte H.G.&. MINT CONOmON. 
wWa whaela, radio, Abartb exhauat 
ayttem. Lueaa P.L. headlampi. 
ractng iiilrran. Waod-rlmiiied teeel. 
All tyntet). 39.nu inllea. 384«rBi 

‘M M.BG. ALL OPTIONS IN 
Ciudad, lew mlleafc. 12.080 or beff 
oAer '€7 Beaumont S^rte ^ luxe. 
4 lpeed tranemtwian. 3:330 8S3-4a2 
or 478K2 

■70 MIDGET MARK ID ROAD 
Iter, 1773 c.r.. radio. Semperit 
tlr«i. Phone TiS-SDIS. S Pleaiant. 
Port Albeml. 

NHU BPORTT PRINCE BKR- 
tone body. MMieSn X radial ply 
Urea, overhauled engine. A-1 eondl' 
U«B Ste Phtoto dRtfiB. 

iso MGB TONNEAU PIltEL.LI 
radial tiraa, radto with reverkto-alnr 
Good oondMton ISO 388-iqoo totor 4 

P _ 

in TR3. GOOD CONDITION, 
clean with aon top and Imniraii 
cover O0er«? 382 ^703 iMl o tea M 

P-IB. 

im VOL v’o'TdoST GOtHc 
away. Muit tell. New reoAtItot 
IkSi mllaa. Si*m Ureo taoliSed. 
4n-2ST9, 

1M4 SUNBEAM ALPINE HARDTOP 
coRverttUe. exoeitant oatollton. 
SLOOO 43VMai _ 

m M.C MiDGiTF. moe hincr 
ra^tre gOO gSS-ITO 

iMt M.aH ROADHTES, HEW 
Urei, new efotidi eatotnblaT. good 
runattt ente MS Ml. _ 

in M.aa g.t., all standard 
equlprocPL wtih radio, flood eotol 
tiMi. c.m. Mur atH. «-44ei 

TRANsmUtm MUST SELL m 
TR4. tatted, bw Mte tehit » 
0144. 184-0107 

IM M.G.B EXCXLLffilT OONDI 
white, hardtop, radio. 

IM JAGUAR. LOW MILBAGB. 
exeepttotial mndfUax naw pelnL 
384-0071 

1^ FIAT. ADOOR, IM MODKC 
execute Riwe CmS, or btto editor 
CeU 3HS-7M toter g. 

lies M a MIDGET. NUS OONDI 
tlon, tor tee or trade tor amak mr 
or wagen. Sgl-CHU. 

Si VOLVO STAnON WAGON, 
excellent condtOflO. Often. 4784185 

189 BEMLBY BEST OFFER IN 
good coodUlon. SUTS alte & 

ISSB MG. bODCBr. MS 
478-3IB 

IjintOVER MB ASPBEO, GOOD 
cnndltlan. 0,41 382-8084 

ISn AUSTIN HEALEY 3000, GOOD 
cortolltoBL^ ateeg MO <TB-SM 

IM HG.B WIRE WHEELS. RADIO 
Often <IS-3eM _ 

W Tl jg y V4, GCKH) UHTT 

<n- 0 n adbto • p.m. 

JS1 H.G Max%T. NXEDH bBtfOR 
mten 8430 4BHCT _ 

m NSW GAB IMRBOIOBY 


01 ettov. 3te too IS' Van SMK 
S ~ CM aito Fted 17 Vana. 

All Immaculate. Soma RoU-up 
Dnora Irom tuS 

4-'84-M GM 3te Ton. Excel M' 
Vana Some VS'i irom pfiO 

U Heavy Duties including 

'S3 Int. ft2S tractor comolcto. air, 

a Ite 1 W| long W.b. 

■ouaranoae. CCU 

> - Int. tau. ITT' W-baaa. Exaei 
oeito. from 071 

'07 GM 47S-VS DMte. Ixaif W- 
bwa. Lo«te ate. SUOO 


ROOM AMD BOARD. SINGLES Mature adults only. No pets. 

and couplet. Phone S3S-J73B. 

GOOD ENGUSB COOKING. ^ Still a good Selection fron^ 
l ounge, ute Of Ubrary 3884380 _ with one year guaran- 

ROOM AND BOARD. CENTRAL tte nf nn inf-mnea 
area. Supply own ibien. 382.m» we oi no mcrcase. 

uei^^ Downtown Office. 38S6100 

——— Resident Manner, 384^223 
161 BOOM ANDJMAKD Diamond Development Ltd. 
WANTCD 

WANTED BY MAY L ROOM AND NOW RENTING 

board lor worklw mother and mjw iktoniinvi 

InfaW tor ReUable day care _ „, 

required. Hoaday to Friday, pre- OPEN FOR VIEWING 
(erafaly near Unlvcnlty <77-307. 9AM T09PM 


GET YOU THERE twably near Unlvtealty <n-3iBT. ^ ^ T O 9 P.M. 

GENTLEMAN SEEKS ACX»M- 

642 Burnside 38^21 HARBOUR VIEW MANOR 

ntoaiaSy oonvaolte. Rapiy VIcUtoa 925 ESOUIMALT RD. 
Fttei, Ben 282 ' 


'S Chav <0. 14 ft. box and heitt «H 
VB ILOD Ik front 14,008 lb. 
rau^axie, 10 

01 GM. M VK 77B~ W. a-^ 
Rccnod. Top Ttrea gTSOD 

PACIFIC GMC LTD. 

2410 E. BRwdway, 
Vancouver, 
_ 255-1111 

ENSIGN 

CHRYSLERrPLYMOUTH 

FARGO 

TRUCK CENTRE 


Overlooking VkHoria 
Harbour and Olympic Raoci 


CAVEMAN nmpto. toeapi 

C l-bGiner itove. vImI oven, LOW PRICED DOWN TOWN f^'»*«‘***l re*Wenl manager 

houaekeeplitg rocma Weekly. Oift>rd OtteBedraom aulla tram lU 

box and double propane tanka FURNISHED ROOMS, NEWLY ^__ a*.., 

Wa. s»0 HOW ONLY 02230 dgorated. dot. Ite workto, »ri.. , 7v.S3?^to» telro 


Ona Dediotoi aullea tram ILB 
Two-fiedroom fuilee from US 

WaHedMp — Gueat Ream — 


-—■SLEEPING ROOM FOR LADY. San •— r— 

a month. Sulla 204-1018 Rockland Ena toanaportatkia pravldad 3» 

AvaiBM. view MMte 

for'man, brown BROS. AGENCIES 


1—APACHX UM MDor M te 

candllliB ■■ 

lEU Iteglai 305-3312 

- OAK BAY. GROUND FLOOR. 

166 MOBDf HOMES tieefSng raotn, thara ttei. 384-0797 

AMD PABKB PLEASANT FURNSBF.D ROOM 

. near Shetboma fflasi 477-4071. 

GLENKEY nice sleeping room, close 

MOBILE HOMES la JoHDaiia S breat M-4(R7. 

...» . . ^ ^ MEMWT SUBBPING ROOM 

“Your key to better living” sunpwn-sean am. mo. 

167 HOUSEKEEPINO 
SALE ROOMS TO UCNT 

— WE’RE MOVING — houSEKEEFWG”ROOMS 

FOR RENT 

All Units 

npaatfrallv tw<4iu<ai1 Broeoo Hill Park, deaa to ev»y 

urHsucauy reaucea thing HnitokecpiBg roomt with 

nifuraon kitchen and twn hath- 
rnonna 2 bloeki tram Parliament 
66x12 GLENDATjE- BuHdUigt- te block from Etaacnn 

W — Via okA ww m axn <='"• •“ tranaporiaUon 

M 814,250. NOW 813.450 iPuu, turutotod excaix lliten. Clear 
Ing tervioe wavided. RcMali from 
- .. Uh to M per mooth. 

60x12 TUXEDO Manor. CONTACT 

Wm 811.^. NOW 811,250 town and country reai.ty 

LTD. 


SALE 

— WE’RE MOVING - 
All Units 

Drastically reduced 


On the spot finance with uM TBUCMS 

Ford Finance up to iS - ^ tandem 

months to pay. drump. Ukc new 14 yarde Uiht 

Me> reliance bex, all on air. Ph<«ie 

Wlda open weekdays until 10 

p.m., Sat. until 6 p.m. for-——- 

your shopping convenience. 


SUBURBAN 
COUGAR COUNTRY 


volkswagj:n 


1970 V.W. Fastback. 
1900 miles 

1969 V.W. Automatic, 
radio, 6,000 
miles 

1968 Automatic, 
radio 

19CT V.W. De Luxe, 
beige, radio 

1966 V W. De Luxe, 
radio 

1966 DUNE BUGGY 


V.W. Station Wagon. 


V.W. Custom, 
radio, white 

V.W. Bus. 
9-pBS8enger, 
new paint 

V.W. Red, radio 

V.W. Blue 


IM FORD 18 tandem DUMP 3 
and 4 traaa., 84 bogiwi oa air 
Cc« 0 toi Enf Tnxft aate. 

y- 018 Kniiei aeiwi 

FOR SALE: a IM S-TON FARGO 
tractor trunk. Only 3.008 mUea. long- 
raas* lanki. modllled far hauling 
_ mobile homei. PhoDc 334-2329. 

8 PICKUP^ 6’S,~ V-a'S. 
ARTS CARS. 3g3r*X2 

IM CHEV. te-TON. 327 MOTOR 
heavy-duty, equipped with de luxe 
cab. 303 IBtS 

I9K CHEV. ~CUSTOM CAMPER te- 
tiui track. laOOO mlici, new 
Vanguard then. 383-7S47. 

;N IMO C-M.C. TANIWM~f^CK 

Good ccndltian, good tlrea. TTStei 
Port AlbefM. _ 

1967 DATSUN PICKUP GOOD 
cocfu; running order. All good tlrei, radto. 
S42-3S47. 

89 RANGER FIOO. v5! AUTO- 
■nalle, limited lUp. radio, htevy 
duty. lAOOO mite. S3.4D0. 38M432 

82195 mT te-TMi Fcmo. a long 

n.OOC mile*, execute mtmtm 
Price tl.tfa Pteae 30410? 

ttoact 'IS CHEV S-TOH VAN. l.QOO KB.Ea 
v-ttflfd on ecmplet ety new B7 ateiae. New 
nylon llree. WMas 

i^ST 8E1^ 84 FABGO'te TON 
81495 iiickup. ExceUent roodJUon. itani i. 
nm <S«-448n eveninga 

lS8rG~K.C~14^TOK, i-CYLlNDRR 
•rmie atandard. long box, naw ttrei, 1883. 
47MM3 _ 

ei Joa 1336 I N T ERNATIOKAL te-TON 
pickup, luiw box. Cov'4 iMted. 
lirvneed. 478-21M 

I8H MERCimy. NEW MCTTOfl. 4- 
81435 Nted, long wide btoi, extra whee ti , 
•i.iB. 433asn 

IMI^ CMC 1-TON FLATBED 
•on,; kake ildea Idled. LIrenaed. g2S. 
*890 et-XlS. 6SS-23M 

TRADF FOR LATE MODEL PICK- 
op tnte. IIM n*d Cntoecp 2 denr. 
t StHM _ 

11395 ^ PICKUP. ■n tW RD. 

p el u ta d. A-1 «n Wete Hoad M- 

IMS;_ 

IM DATSUN FOaCUP. 1 OWRKR. 
Sini 4784074 


RTIY HOTEL 

Acreai from Selcwey and Eatsn'l PhOHe 382^650 

TV Iramge. and elevator Mrvlee. CbII SSS-9126. 
Reaamhli retae. 

716 FC*T ISi imi _ 


1125 BLANSHARD ST. 
385-8771 


“ORCHARD 

HOUSE” 

Victoria’s Tallest 
Apt. Bldg. 

22 stMeyi 

RESERVE NOW!I 

Llv« Hi^ in the sky 
or down to Earth 
"Prestige llvins 
at its finest” 

Open for Inquiries 
On location 13 to 7 p.m. ^ 

647 Michigan Stnet 


BUY DIRECT 
from Your 
LARGEST VOLUME 
VOLKSWAGEN 
Dealer on the Island 

immediate Delivery 


3329 DOUGLAS ST. 
Opel 9 'til 9 
3»S4e6 


UM G.M.C 
I after 3 p m. 


1964 D(»CF PANEL, REBUILT 
[motor. 389 Obed Avc. 


huso AUSTIN PANEL. GOOD CON 
dllion. 442-SSal 


2705 Douglas St. at Hillside shelbournb plaza area Thg newest anartment 

3X5.2491 nr 383-5505 Ground Oo«-. 3 room modeni Jne nwesi apariuieni 

«3-J48i CT- dBa-5»lfl coracted- Fully tunritoed. UtUtte building In 

natnage depoell and refennee* ObJc BaV 

A nice clean 10’x52' 2-BDR - 

FK mobile home Available LfiTLE BASEMENT FUlt- —abort walk to .WlUopra BeaM. 

p .fw. mooue nome. Avauaote iMuaefcMping roam, wWi Jubilee Hoiplul and Foui Bm 

Amil 1. kSetaeBCtte and S-tdeea haStrooni. Shopoing OMra 

Ev.i>.. a._s>k..j 1 .....J.. Working maei. AU utlkuea Reaeoi 

Fully furnished and ready to phon* ssi-sa. -smciow MUei 

move in. ^ up and locate yuRNisHEo bousekwpinc 

on nice site in a Victoria room. Vtekbig dyte. to imro. IS^troUed entrance 

Pai*. 8^ or terms avaU- ooretranwu at _b*jc«im 

.via -----FREE HYDRO 

■Die, JUBUAIE AREA. CLEAN, COM- 

fortaUe roan. cniDmunKy kRehen. lurhainr tutiei trrm nw 

GORDON’S everjJhlM wippltod. Ladte only. M 

MOBILE SALES MS. sascra _ a bedroom luitce from 6m 

Oualitv Homes _Realistic fliraited' wd^g" ‘‘p*; BROWN BROS. AGENCIES 

Quality Ho^ - Realistic Mature working imiy ii25 Blaiuhard St. 


RESERVE NOW FOR 
MAY OCCUPANCY 
BOWKER MANOR 
2233 Bowker Ave. 

The newest apartment 
building In 
Oak Bay 


SKYLINE GORGE 
APARTMENTS 
2925 QU’APPELLE 


oac Mac LARGE CLEAN ROOM NEAR JVTAlt 1 air,n I. 

J4>»4b , 0 ,^ TV Canmon T Oy fi OU’APPEL 

_ _ I ttllchtte Apply 1010 Ltndgi, 386-7211 ^ 

i HOUSEKEEPING AND SLEEPING Wall-to-well MTSM 
TOTEM TRAILER SALES Iftw"* raA Brantwriod Bay. 6 S 2 Qterad a ppUancea 

• . — Bbftra ipadeui doeeti 

... CLEAN AND QUIET, WITH Elevaln 

64'xl7 COlDTflAL MANOR Ttei fridge and rangetta Cloie bi. 173. Controlled antranca 
badroonis witb utUlty reon\ otr '■ jte-gssi. Reddeut 

Mtchte I - -- 

812,700 One-badroom tetet from 

I VJiA. vu town. All found. TV. Common Twn-lMdmvn writM trnm 

I kitchen. Apply 1010 Linden. S86-77n Tunytelreiiin tetaf from 


IE WATERWAYS 


I »o QUADRA STREET 1 BROWN BROS. AGENCIES 

FIVB ROOilt. 12X« CemPLETELY lor 1 ar 2 prop!, 1125 BI^SR^ ST. 

runuM te op la park. WaU to ^ - 385-8771 

'wall eatfet In Living room, hall. FURNLSEEO WITH KTTCHKN- 

I and 1 bete e x u . Etew wiMante elte. 075, cioaa to bui. U43 Grant (Free traniooctalkn provldail H 
Bale Cabana. latto, amdedc and n3-9668 required.! (w guanntn no raol 


tnocaae daring fite ynr.l 
NOW RENTING 

CROPT HOUSE 
128 CROFT 

38 De Luxe Suitra 


BURNSIDE GARDENS 
Burnside-TilUcoxn 

Avsllable Now 

Family Accommodation 

^-bedroom suites 8155 

3-bedroom townbouscs 8179 
Drapes, colored appliances, 
heat, water and cabievisioh 
Washers and dryers in each 
suite. Children welcome. No 
peta. 


REDWOOD MANOR 
4a0 CHBHTKR AVK. 

New apantnaiL r^nutei frte tows 
In Fairaald ana, wflb aU modan 
teatorea Only a faw l-hadrwxBg 
a'vMlatSa. 

Bxan^g^^g^lCAGBK 

LANGFORD, NEW S-BOOM 
aidtei, waU-to-etei carpal. etocUki 
range, told|a. drapaa. elaeiile baal. 
Rtot M- No dilldm. No pte 411- 
UH or apply 1073 GoldMrcaia. 

GLBNCAIKN APT. 

4TT SUT^RIDR 9T 
New bulldlngi. Ucel IbmSMl, 
available now. 1 bedroom, Bt} 2 
be dfoomx. PTB 582-286 , 

' ROCXCUFF MANOR ' 

‘1317 BILLlilDE AVE 
Deluxe I BH Ua 030 WeMern 
Home* Ltd. 383-2157 or Maoaaer asi 
3291 

»? aJSSDROOM auoc a 

Muderq bloc* Allnite erty. Aeali 

tee Mmp L m Oamtto. HB-M? 


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1160 roftt STfieGT 

DUO AtTM Am 
L ^ diwBi . iw n iinma m 


im ROCKLAND AVENUE 
ROCfUlRD ■ Ml Oi m Am - i 


2150 CADBORO BAY ROAD 
oAncBi Am 

M«A«rt l>i*1 iM|, Ml 


® NtUON LODGE 
1337 SAUNDCR gt. 

ID (Turn rliht off 
JK4m Rd. on NaImti and tac Me 
_ lu»ir 7 apAftmant) 

HNO 0*a4oeki l^nt om 


Mmhiuii ewMti 
lll& AvallmbU now. 

MOURTAIM VM i 


■mARDaoir vcllA — «•& ncti 

,>t«^ SL RMnUy tftml n^tn 


i3M M 6i gr 47>-Tm 


^ LOttD AND LADY SftfOOE 
*** THE SIMCDBB 

^ “VMOMa'i 

_ Preatlfa AddnHi” 


Ann 


■ay nlaalac holiday. 


SBAVZBW TOWBS8 
M I>IM l»TBa 
VM Sb». KW ter 


CaD Rei. ManagB* 699-7906. 


BROWN BR06. AQENOES 
msmaZ lUS ELANSHARD IT. 

■ 3»drm 


QUALICUH VIEW 
MJJTO OOURT 


BEACH 

ACRES 
Holiday Ratort 


AVORADO tflAlLCR PARK 
open year round 

OcR^al* Mar Boekim ga MM- 
■ hofA liMtenti, aBaoa. 
CaniMltM. plate unu. awlm- ; 
Bias. SniBM ttaBB, 

warn SAFE PLAYGROUno. I 
Barbwiia ttrepiaca 


KELVIN CREBEK RANCH 


HARBOUR HOUSE 
HOTEL 

■YEAR Visas-" 

OVERLOOCUIQ 

GANGES HABBOUR' 


No«r open tor goMti 
■U year round 
Avfl. Hty iiaa 

,A aotwn VmMb far aB m a 
•nataai rmi. tmt niaa « lan 
M Ite aelivaaa Ma «C ate 
to rte haa « mm Lte* 


ar toad, tea e( im aM aan 
ov M te rooai a piUM «• 
doerd ca M lanclt !■ otedl 
timpMld mBa 

CHILDREN ONLY 
JULY and AUGUST 


ENJOY 


niLL 


CASA DEL RK) 
1535 Jutelee 


QUADRA VULA 
QUADRA AT TOPAZ 
Cblldren Welcomad 


SHAWNADIE RESCmT 
Vaoemver letand'i ideal 
family vtcaOoo apot 


Spend Your Rohdays at 
ABC RESORT 
On the sunny tesras at 
beautiful Yellow Foist 

•Bd l-bedrean touMkMelAt 

pteM M.wgU — apwpte tola* 


Sr. SIARY LAKE RESORT 


MAKE IT A 


UOUNTAIN VIEW 
RESORT 


ISARATOGA BCAChI 


SST'ISll 




*34 latfs (Mnnlat. Vlceerto. B.C, Sunday, April 12, 1970 

m APABTMiam to m MrMtmaam to 

Birr. uifruBNiBHEP nwr, i kpi imwii i 

DUNSMUIR HOUSE 1*^ PORT STRKOT 

»1 DUNSMUm ROAD 

ATallthle laoiadlately mmtu 

Larte suites - Duiet saolo- 

•loo h beautiful grounds ^^SateT" "" ** 

with views at ocean, sdtejteteMastssteiw 

mouBtains and harbor. , ££««»■■ Ml»«. 

3-bcdrOGni, a^«r--xjr: 


S^AeATI 


3>bedrooin, 

■ carpeted . 

AvailaUe Hay 1 
One 1-bedroom, 
carpeted . 


ON 




I DJEi 


Mi AFABTMim TO 

THE P. R. BROWN RENTALS 

PRINCES! PATRICIA _ 

CAROLWOOD APTS. - 1381 Pwi- 
dora Ave. AttradIKe new Mode All 

701 and TtQ ESqutmalt Rd< <»ati-t<>«aii cwtwti on hu« iiw, 

,,,_ ona-tadrooni MU tram SUd. SU- 

Vlew the Blue Paolfie son. AvauUii Now. 
and bmer Harbour cEAirrwitu. ^ ibWI — istt 
from our SpaoieuR Suita 


Adidii Only ~ No PMS 

Raident Manager — 388-4MS 
Downtown oMee ~ 3SM160 
Diamond Developinenti Ltd. 

OPEN POR VIEWING 
i AH. TO 9 P.M. 

VILLAGE MANOR 
3096 OAK BAY AVE. 


brcMIw ate «t 

BROWN BROS 

ON BLANSHARD 


t/*e This Handy 

TRAVEL and VACATION 
GUIDE NOW 

To Plan Your Fun^Filled Vacation 


— GE Appllanea 
— Cablevtslon 
— Lounge 
— Sauna 

— Controlled Entrance 
— Inter oora 
— Sound proofing 
RMkknt maiugtr 
— child i and Older 
welcome. 

AVAILABLE NOW 
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY 


uw. teUvUteM liMWy lacsa- 


LMMEDIATE UCCUPANCX •jULA fcwwte 

1 Bedroom suita from $12S 
I Inquiria — 9 a.ni. - 8 p.m. 

! Phone 3IM323 itea jw. UOi tM^SSwaS 
___ g alM tSBate bte oi. MS 




MILBAOB 

(ApweatwU) 

FROM 

vioroBU 

TO: 


Cate - Ttew Mw 


........ M 

.. n 

.M 

M 

_H 


NOW OPEN 
THE HENRY HUDSON 
57S SIMCOE gTfUBET 
38 DE LUXE SUITES 






OPEN FOR VIEWnfO 
I AM. TO 8 PM. 

OAXRIDGE HOUSE 
3l4BaX)KfiT. 


Lovdir aMiU Mate 

BalaMW-asSMIM TUwi 

8iater&SS^^SS3a°* 


BROWN BROS. AGENCIES 
1125 BLANSHARD ST. 
38&«m 


Boyjton .4 

CDBrUnar 


Omtnilad antmea 
Hamdm Mkaactr 

S3 

rrat w waa Me uw aranaiH. w* 
faantet m te Itetet la Ifn 

KtOWN BROS. AOET4CXES 
IIZ BLANSHARD ffl. 
3854rm 

OPEN FOR VIBWINO 
9 AM. TO 9 P.M. 

WOODRIDGE MANOR 

am CAceoMo sat m>. 




BONNIE DOON RESORT 




OAK VIEW MANOR »t CACtOMo tel 

3430 QUADRA ST. 

TOP FLOWl—1-bedroom -waii^o-waSiite” 
sutta at 1129. Alt modern AppSuSa! 

o o n ve nMiea In a bnad new te^UM. 

block. WaQ-towall carpets, 
drapa. free caMevlikm, _ 
free parking, twt water ®"* trm 


CTquta as M a-K. t 
wvuaioTcei, ac 
Ptane 79M7iO 


beat. 

NO RENT INCREASE 
IN 19n) 

CDeMot Ra. Manager 
Phane Ml mi «r gats A 

MAODALAIN APTS 
1173 YATBS 8T. 

ssSuTTUssa twf 

l*wuic tJiaMiiea ajjSSS 

uaZv C«HaSSate'rS- 


BROWN BROS. AGENCIES 
1125 BLANSHARD FT. 
38&8771 

OAK SAY 

BARRINGTON MANOR 
2174 CADBORO BAY RD. 

1-bedrm suites tooin |127 
Zbedrni suites from 1152 


SEA BDCtt ; 1 OR 2-BEDliaOll fUin 

OOTiAGES SBlta 1331 

Toua opi Bgatfftyu L aAtro r AMiiiaMa ite— 

n mm tea VMM BBAca at your doorstbip AWQaWe New 

L.S* **** ' * * ate WiMat oos- FunUstaad or Unfurnished 

" ' 2«n naa iwPiSMteteS VlCTORlA'i LARGEST 

DON'T BE Dg APPOlNrED “kSU au tem setw HEATSZl iWIltMINO 

RESERVE EARLY 1 1 I ^msh POOL AND SAUNA 

-wakwi as Oqite 




"TRi Harm, am a aaAcs 
rcM A PCowsT a p’ 


PARK3VILLE 
TRAILER PARK 


BROWN BROS. AGENCIES 
1125 BLANSHARD ST. 
1854771 


^ Just 3 blocks from JubUes 
Ho^dttl and Foul ^ 

a &iopptag Cottre. Bos stop 
a door. 

** AB of the asual featura of 
a new luxury apartment 


ISLAND M 

HALL Fuliy.«niead wabUa boma ka. m8 

eampinc ud tmcl tnUar --VM 

HOTEL Baautuul MWNI tttea au tha hin- -M 

** way ud Ma. SaW anJ BiIm -QM 

ruBtwnuM. Kc iwd. a.it i. pwtete msmm 
T here Is so much at Island 

Hall to make it tie favorite _ 

raeort Of many people. Slto- * *°^ *** "**^ 

■ted on one cd the mt MAYFAIR APARTMO^T " 
beaaQfttl white, sandy MOTEL C4 

beadMs ti weD-toBWD naort - te tea aa w a bate 23 

village OB main lalaant High- ~ 
way. IdeMpiaea forstaaner jg aa a tes i teiSa«w 


WAUONQ mFTANCZ TO IS^te*Ste 


THE RAmA 
U65 YATES ST, 

'Qaae proximity to all 
storea, Banka and Madka) mt. 

Oflieae _ 

Compare our Rates and 


Rc. Mgr. Suits 104 
3884515 

THE CHATELAINE 
1435 Elford St 
PHONE 385dn9 
New, Modem Apartments 
Suites from SUD 


P. R. BROWN * SONS LTD, 
LTD. 

762 Fort it. ieMOl 

HAMPSHIRE HOUSE 

UMBaaohDv. 


'THE CORONA 
1430 Stadacona St 
PHONE 382-3681 


2-bedrooiB hsnay suite 
availaMa lor Immediate 
possession 


P. R. BROWN h 80m 
UD. 

I fWt IL 


mmSoriMo. eoavolPiA ft&d CaiHoA 


M Trateh it 


I - ai-TT'r.' ai- J»aa» juabm mat OioMr.'M M, mI Mt 

CteOAsat 

OPEN HOUSE EVERYDAY “ StT”™ 

The VALENCIA 600 Ma^ra Sm • •nSair^eS'^ w twW bwaa ■»► -—- 

B-«- as Pte wwaite tented. Sfl^eiiteTSte^ «o®s»ank Atm> OOUR 

RRtqj—MWMim 0 WEte® {TS* JS 

SSLmmrnm S I blue GABLES REKIT ^ 

rSSSS SS m y-wMto ■m AkAitew tew M.gMww w ate tow avZ rSJwTw 


CteOAsat 

OPEN HOUSE EVERY lUY 
Hm VALENCIA 660 Ma^ra 

BeweoB BU Part 
Clow ta Waliibud 


MM i i gii J. lT^ te KtJ regent TOWERS 

Wg** Moaa* - at ^ lOahlgan 

28S4216 

SEjjjft ^2"“AVAILABLE NOW 

Bachekx aultea tram 391 
^ g a dioum suites {Nm 3128 
2 Bedroom suites from 3187 

MARIFna^ PARK VICTORIA’S FINEST 

5634 SlmeM SL Hi-Rise OMnjdex 

Lyy, barotttaHy daocrated North West Trust 

spattnMDte with sunlien 386-3534 


MARIFIEU) PARK 
■MM 963-6 Slmeoe St 
—Lain, baaottfiiBy daemted 
■p altm a ma with sunlicn 
!— - bafts. 12x19 bedRMM and 

f pluafa wal U towall oaryet s . 

A mw 1 Badrm. frean 

3 Badnu. from 3155 
MtiteS Adults only — Na gets 

m£Sm M«r- 2»«3i 

mw flap* Goward DtvelophMiiti Ltd. 


PiKHFIC SHORES 
2181 HAULTAIN 
ADULTS ONLY 


P. R. BROWN RCNTAU 

CAKOlWOOO Am.. UB Kate 

a.S£3t"^"® 

P. X MOWX a lOM IgD. 








































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lioiT'f 


VltlH Cl4mWt. Victoria, B.C.^ Sunday, April 12, 1970 

MUS l28B NOVrOAOE LOAKB I Md BinilfBI 
VCTB Aim nri CHANCE OPPOBTCIfl 


APAB3NBN1R TO 
KENT UMrCMm unun 


M APARTmeim TO in* wnwn to bhitt, 

KENT, FTTBNBHED 

pACflfic gH^er 

2181 fUllLTAlN 
ADUbTS ONLY 

3 BA. AirnliM Hit* avalUb)* Mtjf 


•U HALU. WAUBOUIBS, 
BTORB8 AND OFnCRR 
TO RENT OR WANTED 


treat TOUR8ELP TO 
the very beet in 
APARTMENT LIVING 
AT 

FERNTOOD MANOR 
19YS BEOBlE 

TENANT FAOLrnES 
UNPARAUJUd 
IN VICIORU 


BRAND NEW 

WINCHE8TER COURT 
1063 Foul Bay Road 

|22*BnUilba «Ub tlM OBiMytrd 


MORTOAGE 
LOAN* 
AVAILABLE 
11,900 - $90,000 
Or Any Amount 
Any Reawn, 
Whettar Your Home 
la Paid For or Net. 
Slelmew and 
Accident 

Inauranw Available. 


AAAAAAAAAAA 

HOMEOWNERS 

Could you uae 
$3,000 16.000 

$10,000 More 

Juat eaQ; 

886.7MI or MM1« 


HARRISON HOUSE 
1417 Hairtion St. 


BRING YOUR GHILDREN! for rent OS lSabe 

AND Vnfrtl PtTTSl f wo BLOCl YATES 
AlHU lUUH PETa.I 450U SQUARE FEET 

Suitable lur retail, whoteeale, 
■ns. dlipUy Aowroom^ ol 
eulo parU, tie. SDxTa H 
enAaneea Met, display Mi 
(D ilKM, eoicrm floor i 


isL •loe.Go. 

ReiiasQi Blr, swasn 
mMtreaL trust 
mar ran 8 l 


NOW RENTING 
3 AND I BEDROOMS 


CENTRAL 


MO. raliatu iMI 
R>w WABsad^^ 

S.00U 9QUARC FEET 
run ipw MgldHM 


ESWiNaCfiNTnE 

iHsaM uw B j w ua l iy , esatrai msbw, 


Borrow Per 

Month 

I 2.000 at $ 38.32 
$ 6,000 at $ 68.46 
no,000 at $130.96 
The above mortgage 
ratM baaed on 19 
year* amortization 
Repay acrording to 
your aualiSed bud- 
tet, no nutc regard- 
iMa at eredit rating. 
PhoM ftr Di^matle 
Servlaa 

Up-lalaad laqulHifl 
BlvHed 
EMBASSY 

INVESTMENTS 

LIU. 

737 JolMBon street 
3Allour aarrlc* 
lfS-ft703 


VANCOUVER ISLAND 
E8TABUSHSD RESORT 

.lake (roDt to e attga. iapll} Hnrt 


mala tumltiM, 


renfe 

eablivii 


•»>•••• ¥^9 mo* im 

. nrMt lim*!#<Mst« 
MW n^P. DionUi. 


Phone 


PLUS 


•“ LEASES. 

II OF91CB-«rORBS 
COMMERCIAL. 


A RESIDENT MANAGER 
wbomalmtyou 
feel really 
AT HOME! 

For FREE trarjportatlon to 

view meet aWtea oall: 
MMHll Mr. Cintonter 
Rciidem Manager 


aaaaaaaaaaai 

"RED ” tCEUUY SAYS: 

iHim kMdaPi tor M eM ad 

Lous. Ro ciBnMiMea 


Om S-awroora Blue tm 

aseecai m aM ZMrsDn M 
availahU apR Ut. 

Reaidint Managrn 
and Mr*. N. Oma 

386-9453 


ROOM ANOi 


owners RETnUNQ 

THE BUSINESS 
OPPORTUNITY 
OF A UFETIME 
(Rti ^ ^s iMt pnaan pons 


KLEE WYCK 
1S40 HARRISON 

New Managera Mr, and Mra. 
OfaMe win make you feel 
at hunr. 

OPEN FOR VXEWINQ | 
EVERY AFTERNOOf I 

On a quiet street naar FUrt 
and Yataa Junction 
AU fte features you eapect 
in a new, quality building 
plus many ubimubI extras. 

A few ODa-badroom auite* 
left freta |12B with one-year 
guarantae ol no increaie. 

Actolta only no pets 
Reeidettt Manager, amssil 
Downtown CMBee, »«00 

Diaincmd Devalopmanti 

lWW~RENTOiG ~ 

VILLA ROYALS 
•64 Heywood Ave, 


RECENTLY OPENfXi 

■ burdett manor 

lOtt Burdatt Ave. 


Assooiatet Realty 
Credit Utnitod 
■saaia — wui mmr u tai 


IM lam. a few RioBiy mek*’ 

1 tarffm lofVrtfiMSM. plm* 

' cotltHrt: 

: NEWSSTAND AND SMOKE 
SHOP 

latrawaw mmhwi ampaonftaT 
hislt retame. Cm W wmaMd 


MONTHLY PAYMENTS 
TOO moHf?? 


OBUB paoB eMUeUe P Mee 

Semsleh kUdleBl BWkUnf (ofvoclle 
Tcmn a CMfSty ShmiDs Centre) 
Cell C. U. Smdin. 

^ WAREHOUSE 


HOPBT AVAILABLE 


••AIL INCLUSIVE 
QUALITY SUITES’' 

aaaiLsra:- 


lUtnaR 1 bcdroOm a 
imat, JaoMi Bay pO. M-UM. 


M HcakroAoa furds 

IMTRBIM FIRANCINQ 


M fUmS-NDW OPEN 

MAMNAPARX 
APARTMENTS 
MOWkHlHttflltlld., Sidney 

ON WATERntONT 
■laal flaibor 

Jnet N«th M Reathavan 
BoeRttal 

l-badrooB autla, flS to $185. 

3 BaOian aMla, IMS fc $378. 

AAdWOMy-NePato 

Realdnt Maaagifa 
MR.AKDlCRi. ARDEN 

656-1816 


Pannenti te soU r> 
inetr Met sisS ts 
avkUBkte only 
ihMapd rMKor. M< 
iron tfll Bir caoL 
klMcn aSftl 


wfsB to aatt YOUR 

PRaiRMt MORTGAQR 
CWI n. L. SUMS as 


I CeiukiB panMnep TtmI 
1U«1 EMeU nviaeD 
Pest BDd DoucUe 

AMERICAN CAPITAL 

We have wtctbI Amerlcu cltenU 


EMPhUi 

ManPir 


nsTSf 


‘ P* Bulldlas fMWIr Beaoty RarMW 
aoB Barter Bmp. SOBia aqQtpiBaiE, 
uOJltlei axtn. PP per mooth. Call 
r L Jim MPUML g pfrerfcmiwiiil 


MOTEL — TRAILERS 
VANOniVER BLAND 

Mbk men am. cMs p pady 
WBctt M fPraUM haMPPMip 
MtP. M aervlDea trWtor pMB. 

"il. 7. «<Mm 


vhteh 


**^.** v_i* AfrvtfMnl on which ya 

aiL 

arm PrtM a tmmtlm uT'"' 


OAK BAY AVfiWE 
^ Oe luxe t^ce space aValL 
I4M. B aUe aoon. Wm eanatniet 

_lateAir to tolt tefiant 

, ^ RaaaooiUde rent*. Foe tat- 
Awa. thcr tofttmatlan call Mr. 
^ Bowlby, a824M6. Ftltr Paci¬ 
fic Apaittnefita Ltd. 
SgniBAL.TBlm 


UXATIOH IRKIWK 

as CASA-MONTEGO 


7B-B13I. Nanaimo 
Bob St& Htnalmo, 


2ND MTGES. 


ISod MORTGACE LOANS 
FROM PRIVATE FUNDS 
wrrsouT bonus 
AS a MyWUipaH pp reaacMble 
tntuM oaW ABrautll wdv (mm 
Dia el uu ift aat i 


WATERFRONT RESORT 
VANCOUVER ISLAND 
QujUic m are a, iv iavw wady 
uMS H Pi Ug inter ipPm 
fwwM Mi n gBa u p ksnp Wn 


eqPty. area, and type <■ 
prapptp. tw tpEmPicio tc 

Wm aai . . . 

INVESOO REiU^TY LTD, 
3834111 


OPn< lUR VIEWING 

lAJLtolPM. 

GlUBNACtlR MANOR 
1597 BCUSmt AVE. 


‘ACIOUB 


Ideal lor MnPBM and solldton 
cr acrrantaiiti. or anyotia withllli 
prettlsa aee anu w yl aaoiia 

KoRTHBAL Tatar __ 

MW ran _ patm ua 

utT ui a^rr ratm bouk. wm Sp 
have PMB wpBu fer Me aiS iw 

thraa-bedroam hoirwa. We otm 

‘•■—g 

KBiimuiTIbtJiiiB vm. •• 
_a wam _ 

RRsencs g ua nt M M orr-ics 


VANCOUVER VILLA 
no VAircouvER er. 


NEW DB luxe sros BY SIDE 

itapop _P OPtma a b a Uu i nn t. 


naaafiM. 


CaB Bp. puac«r7pS-fB 

•'SIERRA VILLA' 

WT aiAOAlU ST 
Mew ppsaup Hock, aae 
(rm watertrent, walieiw SM 


MARINA 


KElrrAL AOYTMT 

p. R. Baoieii A sons ltd. 
7B Fort a. _ aan 

WATSON MANOR 
lOO) MoCLURE 


BOMZ»WNERS CALL 389- sipitr 
34B1 FOR LOW COFT bualM) 
MORTGAGE LOANS. EASY 
TERMS. AVOO FINANCIAL ■> P 
SERVICES. 

^ ' COUHa 

MORTGAGE LOANS P«mpa 
F1r«t ■aelaun aTPlUle ap P uy 


REnirAJtCIXG A SPBCULTY 

VACANT LAND AND 
LAND DEVELOPERS 
LOANS anywhere 

Flup aail IP TZoBiAa P 

DOUGLAS HAWKES LTD. 


BROWN BROS. AGENCIES 
1125 BLANIHARD ST. 
aB-R71 


NEW 3 BUILDINGS 
Haven V Ilia—ReaOiaven 
Drive 

Sidney Villa 
Henry Avenue, Sidney 


At the comer of Vancouver 
■nd McQuro—an ideal loca¬ 
tion on a quiet street near 
the CathednU and the park 
within easy waQdng distance 
of downtown. 


Suit Elderly Couple 


alckdecltkau 


FIRST AND SECOND 
MOftTOAGES AND 
EQUITY LOANS 


$179 — 947 DUNN AVE. 


One-bedroom auites from 
spp. $131 toehidlng parking,, 
caUeviBian, and pleoty of 
' at. heat, with one-year guaran- 
tM cd no tooroaac. 


i-aaBMBu nKM cub 

3-BEUIiaOai niOU E142 
dw haal, hot walo, eablai 


nameot i ffiLT avail- 
m Bunauwamta. rata 


duplin aaicmnoiPtiiwi TP9 

1 PPuiPi bbH Avipap Ar 
u a oMan aapw m 


MOltncaiU. TRUST 


Mature adults only—No pets. 

l-BSDROCH 

RetoSem MBiager 3864C7 iwlp^ 

Downtown Office 3M4UI0 mili 
Diamotul Deva hip ine iila Ltd. >»* 

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3159 StMlbounw St (SBL^/ 


I EMBASSY INVESTMENTS 
LTD. 

MORTG AGE S PECIALJgrS - 

OFrtRED; 

$44,000 firat—at $450 at 8^4 
per MBt lOqiear term; AvNPd i 
diaeoutt 14.0*0: this may be •, 
oonvefSaS 4tf a new first (rf laml tte 
144,000 at $450 at 12 per cent 
Syear term. "2 » 


P. R. BROWN RENTALS 


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THE MONEY 
NUMBER TODAY 
38MT41 


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WBirrWOOO bay - uana 1 BR 
upper dapPa M walmfroAt avall- 
aMa B 0 a. MIB par moah. 

BOORMAN INVESTMKirr CD LTO. 
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INVESTMENT 

OPPORTUNITT 


MONET AVAILARJ 


For appdBtmrnt M vleir plaaia eU, 
Raa MaUBor HAMM (r ttS-nS 


If yon raqotaw a taan we 
have the hdtoaring boicudu 
available for Fint Mon- 
gagea at competitive inter- 
M.dOD. 


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p w tmSt fee 
or Sama 3to 
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eat ratea 

$7,010, $8,000, $10,000 $12,000, 
|15,«00. $30,000. 

P. R. BROWN A SONS LTD. 
m Fvt Street 3894415 


$1,30044,060 SELECTIVE 

mortgages 


Morttasge Department 
BOULTBEE. swEnrr 
REALTY UMITED 
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388-4294 


(laljiBist, Victofio, 6.C., Sunday, Api 

24» BCTPfEM I Mt BOaDfKiH 

opMNmnnriKB | op» » €>Tiiwwi a « 

LARGE MARINA i new ruildim g a« d coin 

i N,w.y ^ 

CLOSE TO COURTENAY - % Wkthen knd 10 

Vir^rriRIA dryers. Can tae purchawd with 

u. bulldtai Of Vendor will s»ii lepar- 

This hl«hly succcetful marina alcly with good lease Leli 
■lluated In a world famous area tor nosiibliiUei fra win aTT^a« n 


Victorio, 6.C., Sunday, April 12, 1970 

1*^ *P*P**8H ,944 EKVEKUB g»OPEBTT | «44 MVENPl! PBOPEgnr|g44 BEVEWPl! FB<ffBBTT| 2S> HOCBEB FOB SALE 


ROYAL TRUST 

REAL CaTATS RALm DEPT. 

WATERFRONT 
OVERLOOKING PARK 


5'KiSr wJJiJ!**!? 3S2Ii* ii* 1 p®*«'>>HiUei. Ws win arrang* nnanc-l Excellent loeaUon auj eloar to all 

b.^r*CompiJtof rng on a lotal prie. 01 4 X trois. ^^.”***“17^ 

wharto** ^ a«« 100 boats, raa COIN LAUNDERETTE adtoi One Israel 

pumps. msrlBt w«ys to acoDinmo- - iJL TiX. 

data an il orulaere. Ptdl, caulpped 

msriBS workshops, power tool., eto ITllington “'“«'»**« 

Sd’*' p^'bls '^Sd2 '■ i»«l tor hushMKi LsaJp^^^S^^alst 

Mti *(nufde ser^lM^ialtoble^ » ■"* •“* x*^ISABM Soud htaUiw.„Owne f_ wi lM^^t a ^■ 

JSh ‘.aSr &^£SNKf<rs£wr'si.y?ij 

veotart teeiiu ee tha Ml lew price JIM HrINTOSH. CSI-USS nnv.r mnt<r<>r 

at OROW Call iota lantM, 382- Rlghland Rliy. (IMS) Lid KUXAL. IKLbl 


ASSOCIATES LTD. 


rAlRFIBLD REVENUE 
9 SUITES 

] ~ 1 BR and 2 bachelor tell 
< ontalned suites. Preseotly groeaina 
M7ti per atoA EO.OOO will handle, 
balance on an aareemcm tor sale tn 
vendor, 'nds la an older but Well 
nnnitnided and maintained bldg 
Try your <£era. Asking $M.00D AL 
NEAL cvea 9K445X BLOCK BR08 
REALTY 47T-M41. _ . 

MT. TOLMIE AREA 
DUPLEX 

Eor home or revenue. ^uaUly 


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X BOULTBEE X 
X SWEET X 
X Realty X 
X Ltt. X 
X X 
X 


26B HOUSKB FOB SAU! 

J. A. HENDE^N 
REALTY LTD. 

9HS-8741 ANYTTME 
WE BUY. SELL AND TRADE 

QUADRA AREA 
$17,900 

A two-bedroem. fuH-baeement hmie I 
In tuperb cmdlUon. all maiur i 


t» BOUBES FOB B ATJC I jm BOtBEft FOB 


aiM, Raddanea. aBMHt. Western I Edfemont Bh 


INTERIOR HOTEL 

'North Okanaian town, easy WATEBFBQNT MOTEL _____Mr. RoberHon, 38M458 

beer and room operation SOOKE VILLAGE BRAND SPANKING NEW anytime 

Approx imateiy $270,000 beautiful DUPLEX (OR FOUR- 

■pent on renovations, ultra property. Larce PLEX) 10-UNIT TOURIST 

modem coffee shop and the owner NEARLY HALF ACRE HOTEL FULLY 

dining-room. Aeking $4K,000 P*“* rental units ihow- 3 BEDRCXIMS EACH SroE, FURNISHEID 

w^th J100.000 d»wo. m.y |”8 ™. n™ 1^,.^ ODE BLOCK TO SEA 

ecmslder paper or revenue Pr°P®*Y_ nas excellent .(idtii«»d auiict ‘mii an tastwiar uMb w»i ktenheiwuae. 

property in trade or sell % P®**"*’*/ a-^^tional Pr^v.. 

interest to working partner. P*" * SC?J‘ SSJ Veni^ 'rtVa^t as? will consider I 

Ab«ntee owner. Wctoria «“•='««« 


couver. B C. 
MS-4191 <M bn.) 


Nonh Van- Cotitai Govertuncnt and View Bla entrances, separate utllltlet, smart 


' ... YORKSHIRE TRUST AFFILIATE improvements have bcsn rompleled 

•fl4 Quadra St. 385-2458 MT. TOLMIE AREA maklnglhlt aw <K the best buys in 

TNifwAT 'E-v fVEwyAD AifmKxiTt:* unen. There ti an extra room in the 

, j i|. DUPLEX CEDAR AVENUE high bncBt baacmcnl end space for 

S-SUTTER Tor home «■ revenue, oudlly $25 800 * lecood. An execptianally good lot 

BEACON HILL PARK ^5?^ ^ s beOnon bone on •r?5^?'grtufir<! 

BAI Ahirir TYl VENTIOR ai?^ '•nt lot to eBod area Ideal atartor GEORGE BOWES 

with yonr bom« to tr«4e or try GDOftCE RANDALl^n^Mh 

■.ODD <hm two 8 ***'**?|iL awiNERTON. STEWART CLARK SSS^iUlYTOi^'*^ 1 

a one-feedra. sulu. Saparate ltd. w»«l ANYTIME TjnrTrr Awn 


MemtMr VlctorU Raal Eatoto 
B«rI 


BRAND SPANKING NEW 


itueco mctarlor. Full prica SKSOS tia 
What have you? , 

Mr. Robertioa. 385-2458 —^ 

anytime 


10-UNIT TOURIST 
HOTEL FULLY 
FURNISHEID 
ONE BLOCK TO SEA 


_A. — ROCKLAND 

945 BEVBNITB SOOKE EXECUTIVE HOME 

PBOFEBTTOI WANTED-- ..3i“vA,. . v.a.._ 

- T^. - Z - * g eaduelii^T im 8 b edrym J ^ 4rt-i 

WANTED iortt family ramn. mpT- 

6-10 SUITES ^ ^uaunT' d5S£5 

ReUred fenUeman has found retire- caiyirt yd cyer ad inito<* For oSrail^air’pSced “ 

menl too bortog. Would llko now to twfcr Mtomflua ptosM call: 

Invert 190.000 cnsh as down iwy- Jan D^Wsor BudO'Connor •'Lw e r ramer aoMiit call 
ment or flio.ooo full price te an IMdfc ANYTIME W. MICHAELS 

aparlmcrd block. Youra tor aale? .385-9741 477-4X84 


LEN LEDOUX 

%9-87S at 383.9852 
Fairfield Realty Ltd, 

608 Broughton St. 

"want ix>~DUPLEX 


UPLANDS 
BEACH DRIVE 
$79,000 


toLHO For further details, call 

W. MKHAELS 
.385-9741 . 477-4884 


ESQUIMALT LAGOON 
Uniurpaseed views of harbour. 


«».900. What have youf 


Prtea Reasonably new. One wile to UvUig vaee. 


Thit now reftoh-it]** hone stralli airt Tnountatoi. 1900 square 

SI) iquara laet grauM level and I feel of luxurious acaenmodstlor. 3 
1300 square CeM down ef dgvetopad bedrooms. 2 iwtbs, new wall to %vill 


Mr. Robertson, 3^2^ 
anytimo 


□. r Hanley Agendee Ltd. 
HAVE BUYER FOR IfrU-SUITB ~ - 

APARTMENT BLOCK — (M.OOO *47 GOBOIKBGUL OB 
DOWN. WHAT SAVE YOU Tw ni IWIl at 


have two bedraoma end dlnlna —Uvlag room with Sregfaea 

room. Preferably In Falrflrtd -DlnlBg mam 

area. B you have audi a duplex 4 heitociBnii (CMitor enauM) 

and wish to aell, plaaaa cuntart - 8 halhrama 

W. A IBIU) Bates at SS-Tftl -Ptnelled den with flreplacs 

tnyllroc. Res. 479 0KB . —UVMy, woikitoap add I 


<urpet and many extras. Full 
hasement with 2nd fireplace and M 
bathroom roughcd-ln. Situated on a 
quiet cul-de-iac. Excellent value at 
^.na. Call now. 

WILLIAM ROGERS 
385-9741 «2-irai 


DON ROBERTSON, 385-2458 
anytime 


INDDSniAL 

PBOPKBTIBB 

COMMERCIAL BLOCK 
OAK BAY VILLAGE 

NEWLY LISTED 
PRICE $150,000 


- utility, woikahap Mid etorafel „ ” , _ I 

moms 385-9741 «2-irai 

KUdbia wito «r«* I 

'•PlOMiltod rcc. titcmt wlOi flr«pi4cc ! nnwMr I 

«nd phnM IMT (IMO) *j,wuuuwN. 

AUtknAi mshed in iti«en for | ^3-bcdroom hpm* on « Jnttr | 


—.w—w • » nawbAva 4. *a-#«aas*adw iiV j oMMMna cui oBBy icmiA. mct fiow. sjftt wtt %o oarpec and mony ostni. Full 

Preu. Box 2S5 aocKI. sJWt\€T is retiring nnd K1 U*«i . . smoihiAS 4-pc*, tlltd sss.soo. WIuU hsv« yw? htvo two bedrooms ind dtolna —Uvtog room with flrcclaeo t»»emeM with iitd ilrstiUo* azMl JW 

___ __ __ wil) nff^r t^nns to a ntmli- '^onUy haihroom . . . £sch unit li room. Pr^fembiy In Pslrflctfd —miitoi mwp hsthram roushild-tn. Situated a 

B BLOCK B »• j u c» A.^1. tSiJsiiiWy decocted with RobertSOIl 3^2^8 ^ • Boplex - A ImhiMua (msiter enatSM) quiet <ii]-de-tac. Excelleirt value at 

B BROTHERfI B purchaser. For further wait camel Ihraughoul. electric rwwn»xi, CDBtact • 4 hathranw la.IOa. Call now 

ristnil* nail wriM HI AOlf Dllva-ia carport and fully anytime W. A IBIU) Bates at SS-7741 -Ptnelled den with flreplacs WTT I TAM wnnirwc 

••nNTUPMATNnPAr- black, 3.«0 eg ft. at a IuM ' tnyllmc. Res 47MggS. -Utility, woikah.gr Md storage „„, *^***' 

ON THE MAIN DRAG 384-8001, Broadview Proper- □. r Hanley Agendea Ltd. rooms 385-9741 ^2-1^1 

1- SHOWROOM AND OFFICE ttM L td._ Swineflai. Slewart Clari i, Ltd apartmih^^B^K *«t OOMMEBOUL OB --Paoeltod rac. main wllh Breplacc ruvi nn.irMi 

’ -MUST BE SOLD- ^ DUPLEX SPECIAL DOWN, what have you INDDOTIAL ri.^ tor j New J-tliZ 

lerga Dorncr lot Vacant now ler ' ] rv/var t>/MS'C>D'r«nKT voe oaea WTW Pl 'IFI'IWll y<oir parftcolcr needs , high lot with unDbMnicleil view of 

immadlata OCCUPancv /• t »aTiT> rtrsjwrr mr- »T T T:.vr WE ire OVERSnVKKn LRJIN KUSibKlTfUN, JSI-443B somaaerf* _ ^ ^ ^ | jj,, valley and Malahat Financing 

fl55,0(» or ofter h-LAINib UUWUiHO ALd^l!.!. --5AVE tit anvtlme - Call: r*" >»• arrangad to suit your 

AUTOMATIC PIN SET- a.iyuiue rYTMMITRrfAT BTrw-v Jot Davla er Bud O liwinor 

2- FRONTAGE OVER Un FEET xFR^ 'L<STnOT mFFFF Thia one has Juat been completed In BLOCK mmu ANYTIME WILLIAM ROGERS 

Cloee-ln CITY locaOen with extra ^-slLKJLi LUrrLlL^ choice area for schooli. Uniyer au-a r^ae'rarKi'e tncwyoTr" OAK BAY VILLAGE ' 38*^9741 1199 1M1 

fronuge on another aireel. this BAB. LAST SIX MONTHS rtty, bua and ahopipag. Haa 3 bEA CAPTAIN S HISTORIC TAMES BAY »o-3Hi 

7^2- OPERATION PRODUCED THREE-STOREY NEWLY USTED |U 900 

*n5,«t OVER $14,000 INCOME. ii«- ^«r* MANSION CONVERTED PRICE $150,000 iTMi 8 bedrotan home haa been I CENTRAL SAANICH 

l-raONTAGE OVER 400 FEET. E-'ULL PRICE $55,000, $10.- T7^ p^cmR 2-b«l^ totoK- IDEAL CORNER LOCA- LSr*Wtoh.2^Wlto teSM "? 

JJXS'^e.r «» CASH DOWN WILL^ta^S'^.; TION 

vra ci^ to .hopping centre H A N D L E . CALL LEN ^ •ffl'a.? SSaS.'^wirSifSd' di55.i..“wh! perfect HOLDING ^^eS-iS ^ tSSes 

LEDOUX 38Sh 9765 or 382- ^ ^ PROPERTY "^?Saa 

eDteaooes. Aa ayMatcMn* kne CHARLES Storris. ag«.l2!U rt Exceilerd iMmi. Sm tUn today If pafiVTVf; Avr« Annc<<!C ^ WoraaUon ptoaae WILLIAM ROGERS 


yoor parhcolcr needs 
—.4 of an aCR 

Call: 

Jon Davie or Bud O'Corinor 
MM ANYTIME 

JAMES BAY 
118,900 

iTMi 8 bedrotan home haa been 


high lot with unobatnicteil view of 
Ihc valley and Malahat. FliMnrtng 
an be arranged to suit your 
budget. 

WILLIAM ROGERS 
385-9741 652-1891 


CENTRAL SAANICH 


SWINERTON. 

STEWART (XARKE, LTD. 

1318 Blanahant Street 

385-2481 

UPLANDS 
NEW USTING 

6 BEDROOMS 
4 BATHROOMS 

8 Per Cent FINANCING 

FRESH ON THE MARKET . 8401 

sq ft. of modem lumiry living 
■ueonunodatloB. Thia lov^ raai- 
dence Is located cn 2/8 acre, 
beaatllally landaoepad until epriak- 
ler lystem. 

MAIN FUXMt FEATURES 
—Large entranca foyer with iplrai 
■ialKiua to upper tevcl end 3-poe. 
gowdar roan oti. 

—MuntftB ' Bbin lirtng rin. with 
marble llrepJare airt tauill-Jn bar. 

—T a atetully decorated Kparate 
tamliy dining rn. 

—Coey garden view Dea or alixly 
panelled with bullt-lni and tkre- 
plocn. 

—The eleetria kltohen la a houae- 
wtte'i dream u4th double ovcna 
diahwaaher, garburator, built-in 
rangn and cutting btork. Tha 
combtoed bnakfaai area ana 
family no. haa beam celling and 
fireplace. 

—A handy laundry and 3-pce 
bathrm. adioUu tha Idtehan. 

UPPER FIDOR FEATURES 
—9 bedrooma all with large ckweti 
—Sparkling tiwe family bathrm. 

—lArge maaier badroom with 
heaulllol S-pce. bothraotn and 
polio off 

-The \ cement haaement la' 
roughed In tor a hcdrom.: 
bathroom, games rm. rcc. m. I 
and workshop. 

Truly a lovely home with many 
many extras induding doubla Mpa 
rota garaga. wall to wall imrpel and 
Armrtroog Hoettno tile Himuetnaa 
Cootie edriDg ayatem tor u-FL 
intercom. Mectrie drapa pulla, ato 
FULL PRICE $89,500 

DICK JAMES 385-2481 


TOWN A COUNTRY 
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UMlTeD 

Ttsen and Country Shopping Caetro 
8ltT Dougla IL 
j aS3.73N 

Moo. -vn 8:80-i:M 

JUBILEE HOSPITAL 

LARGE FAMILY OR 
DUPLEX POTENTIAL 

Meal tor lanrt ixmlly may ■ Mw 
atelM fmn boapitsl. BaiUtoet 
future potenlia!. Mato flow haa Egg 
living room and dUng ncmi, I 
ba*mr.. Utehan airt bathrocan. 
Upatalri hai two bug* badrooeai, 
laige hatlway and fug bath. 
Upotain haa itparato artrance M 
well as enonetolDg italrway frem 
main floor. OU heal aad oIm 
room to hoasmcid Good aiMd M 
w4th troit treaa To view eaS 
BRUM LAWlfSS 
at 9B3-Osm or SS2-127I 
Price g32,90g 

SWEET MARIGOLD 

Cov oil haalad J-bednem bUMalow 
on saeludad cul-de-oae In tte 
CardMi City area Wall to mrti mm 
carpet In tbs Livhto Rooan. fhbtoe* 
electric kltchan wig) dlidng igaec 4. 
pee vanity bathrnocn, htodi rt! 
cupbonrda. Separate gMM MCU 
tor storage eol car. Can ha MB hg 
appolnunoit otgy. For lanu atf 
lloanclng to SP &S,T8g end BUL 
LUDLOW 882 7274 anyttme. 


PRIVATE HOSPITAL I 
R(X3CLAND AREA I 

BeaiMIful Colotda] rtyla buUdlnf In I 
cholea rartdentlal area Itcentod aa 
private hoaedtaj. ProStaUe operation 


ralrOeld Realty Ud. 
BR Broutfitoa K. 


VICTORIA MOTEl. 
PRIME LOCIATKIN 


Asnoata riace )uira oa xitnaa. au an v-iaiuawi ij- uu orw. -pr/-|‘KT 

aielhourns at Blair and left at LuiurkJito carpeting. IBMbn and _ ilvix 

Magdalln). PboM me anytline to attrocova MtdteBs. haw cMraJ PERFECT HOLDING 

view cr cone to opao txxwa Sat heatlaK irirlag and pjnmhlag Will 

and Sun. l-S nm. produce 8979 per mo. tocme PROPERTY 

CHARLES mRRlS. 844-1294 rd ExceUcrd termi. Sa tUa today U PARHTNG A7«n AfY'C'CC 
Reean and Plnirt Humei F* >«*ury. MBtort and PARKIN G AN D ACCESS 

BDUderi ami Ytevelopers Ineoma. Stt-BB—lyaOa; What hBva FROM THREE SIDES 

DE LUXE MOTEL _ ITDR v*TTP*nTtr*& tmwdo 

> unite tn thin JB-yanr-old omnpla DON ROBERTSON 385-2458 INFOR- 


teeson art Plnirt Humei "■« J!*®'- and 

BoUden am! Ytevelopers Ineome. fllt.HJh—lytitea; Whst have 


adhdoing uUH^ room. Uvteg beditnsn home. This one ngit be 
room wllti firepae and wall to seen to appradaii the many extra 
wall carpottog. New furnace and values. Cail nowtbr aa appointment 
piunddoB An Bncellant bug wttti to view 840,000. ' 
tom. For hdanaatMn ptoaae WILLIAM ROGERS 

Ja DMa tt Bud O’Conner 385-9741 652-1891 

W4MI AHYnMF: 


a a Alii acre of esntoeily lasted 
Iwatcrwlew tend. AH untta taaiefutly 
Idamratod, with carpeta and tor 


anyttmt 


for couple — thta Is a prestige a dlacrlmlnattiw fauvw will find aH fUteilngs, rtc, In top ctadWon- 

operaftoo with much of value the deeind Iroturm* to thte fine owners, who nraot nnil tor GUEST I^TEL 


onveicd by actsnl land and building motel 


8100.040 with terns 

WACNBR-PORD-TBORRK 

ass-dia 

B Block Bras Realty Ltd.B 
B 1800 Btanshard B 


co'^iwr Location bStoeJT".*' ‘2S CATERING TO SELECTED 

SSSS* 2.£25;r‘ PERMANENT GUESTS 

^1 r^THlad Batha. ApaitBMat in ewnara Exeallent tenns and tar biller than 

Well Appointed KItchnu (Copper. Appeox, ITS.IWl riqtorad to handU *?»*«?. toboro. 


tone Anpgencee) 

Color Tetevlrtan 
Spacious Owner's Suite 
Asiual GrOH Over I1C.OOO 

For toll parrtculan caU: 
JOrl ALLAN. 3a4-29a 
Mayfair Realty Ltd. 


I at a low rate of interest on Must ha aoeo. 18 eepenta reiui 
Ibatoaet. FaWitr tadminatkio to rornni with private bath or nmnlng 


MATIONr 

CALL TERRY MANN 
385-7761 «> 386-0477 

D. r. Balder Ageorina UA 


COMMERCIAL 

OR 


BEACON wnj. PARK FERNWOOD 

(sp’AVTIi’W_ 3-bedroom newly decorated tamhy 

^ w A®™** ‘hi ilreH from a nirr 

live ha aa Wotoric Victoria home park. Lola rt ipace fir a growiae 
toMy i«daflantod, raolorad. and family Low Intenrt nnrigaga can 
modinfaed Jto hi agwrt Ooidrti |m aiaimed. 820.400. 

i:£ WTLUAM ROGERS 


«f hEWiriaDi aocommedaboti wtto 
wwectDB view of toe Olyengdea 385-9741 

and let your ttoianti In two _ 

elmllar rtHtea hrtp «*iti the eat 
of living. Ench adte eenrtirtng of kri 

ton h wttonaite, IMO LR wllh 
F.P., larBi tolte modem Htehen F 

aM bertuuotii. noga suOdedca or o 

aaerooBo, Ihkk V-V and wn “ 


10 PLUS UNIT MOTEL ^^-----^--1 poeilblUty of smMler home m Irode. demandad rtte. Thera ara thiwa Irta IE-em S? c $1 500 DOWN 

irr f^ per MONm 

Approx. 6^4 ra'Jes from 180Q ELD DUPLEX Mr. Robertson, 385-2458 ’*"*“'***" , MONTH 

Victoria Jhl* 10-unit plus ^ cojee and-or «A»h»ee apa^ tor ^9; ^. Mva on one tnytimB pXarty ^*Ka»*^ Sa SOME NICE HOMES FOR pit l-brfrin. boma oHera 88x12 

X«,-«ifI^l2S!«cVcw^‘^?*toJ5^ mi^per nu^ ^ ^R to Mi-. .Metric kltohen H 

^tel on 2.2B.:reiwiUiov.rwhotoMi, outlet Rent «»o per -J;; bm -d-wellterotog ,nd «ii.S^y“l.“*g9iSy.nr«2Si TO LOOK AT ON TOE vl' ' _ 

250 highway front»ge is a ap«tm«=t mm prtod from ffS, 6 ^ U i»r month, which WEEKEND ZTJjymtaT^hSrnJTrom:?!?!! 44 

very eood Investment with •opar.te dMee mimmd. <g m P“JW^. Eaqiilinrtt. Jan-e Bay. __ e^thtof h.i nm ton.^ % 


Duun. ratner matBatm to roww wnn pnvuo uuh or ronninf trvr*cn: r c*ia*r rjf\rT\T^r* 

.nl»«Ued Ptolles by iopplnroenl. water. Att^v. uai dlgnlBM EXCELLENT HOLDING 

Phone 38gAm or STMtE BILL dteing room and tounge. CroH app , ” 

ANDBRSON las.ODO pw year A real DuBnesi *" B— hoait ef Eaqnlinalt aama -J'T^w'ir!^C2£. 

J. H. Whltteme B 0». Ltd opporABllty. Prica IS5.000 wlU) f™n» the MonldpaJ BaU, gntUy Avyytomg hr^ nm. M a agw 

- pniilblUty of smtolcr home in tndc. demanded rttc. TTiero are threa like J*E_ £!? _ T*" II 

vrkT!iLi<-> tanr'B'e'Pnoc u/k.i h.L »..* uauc. ... ^ ..o'? Artikw gSflQOO CaH: 


METROPOLITAN 
REALTY LTD. 
PHONE 3S6-358S 


iHtS! and $155 PER MONTH 
MONTH 


$16,900 

IMMACULATE 
2 BEDROOMS 
FULL BASEMENT 

SpoUean older restdence Cosy 
living m with flreplaee . . . Lovely 
elcetrie Utcbeti ertfti dlntog area 
SporitlUg 4-pee. bathrm. . NEW 
ROOF . . . HEW WDUNG . NSW 
AUTO. OIL SYSTEM I boautitol 
fruit trees Cloia to schoola, 

(hops and buacs. 

DICK JAMES - Mb SCSI 


WHAT MORE? 

Frame boogalow rtttina i—ck aa 
large garden loL Inetnrten and on 
bun line. Salt waim view, noar 
sAmla aito agly la mtateae la 
town Good art* With ooMfry 
otmcuitoare. Largo LR with flre- 
jplacn 2 baAttoma, Wtidiaa. paatry 
and batfarooia. THIRD BEDROOM 
UP. fhnwl baaeii—at, with oil 
tornaet. Sep. garoga. Traas, ttewan 
and rtoTibi gakaw. Fall wide 
veralrtali at tnnL paBa at roar. 
Home aeodi aetna spmadng up 
Great potatfal. Etorturtvt. R. Oox, 
3»-9tgL 

BAfigB oaor Bite 


250' highwsy front»ge is a y, 

very good inveatment with 


-tij Kuuu ix-cauijcui. —lull aeparate dbdog aimigtorto Iha .. uu- --- 

good term! on full price of machine huaineta ^ ^ "**' 

$110,900. .nS*! A-^biwr flmrtitoi rocn. Ctoae to tea. MR. ROBERTSON OR 

C. M. (BUD) FORBES l«!^s Inv^atlan If you like Saparmtely ^ PATTERSON 385-2458 

385-8731 C>2-299a working tor youriaU. Aikte nc4re naRnAOA TWISiavN 

Crown RaatliN G. D Peaktr if US.ODO <118,AM down) toetudes HAKJJAKA Jl!<NaiLJN _ . 

HoldliuBi Ltd . 727 Johnson« stock (apphK lanoil equba—Rt, 3S5-7761 O RTn erm'toc miTe 

-aaiiriivT5riv*»8- marhVnei. etc Vendor nay rxmalder „ . .uj ^ OUrflba — PLUS 

WATERFMS?c^Nk 'f***** totther Wcnnrtltoi _D- F. Hteday A—arim Ltd.- in-LAW SUITE 

th. rw ^Bi«k ?»Si CLOSE IN-OJOK STREET EASY TERMS - 39,900 

STch M Sr.14^ ^ Bten-teHSL___ TRADE OR SELL_ BUILDERS’ SPECIAL 


arnirtiart SL 

foT'w*. 2l!efto“sewnn^wi^ EXTRA VACANT LOT Laaki Uka a ‘ amaB~‘apa«fnent alr“itodhMwiier l» «niar^ 

hii 9 or I bedrooms VANCOUVER ISLAND 9« eti m» *Q overlookliif tbe walemir Actuftllv 

ReautlM lea troi* with lovely ptraTiTynahJ cnrw'rii'BV -pm SUITl!.a 2 1,^ 3 hedroom adtaa plus a wiring, l-rge pavad parking «lt per owtL 

.Sandbar AMIw SM.OM tor 188 ft SUBURBAN GROCERY Tbia U IM a new taullAg Ttw tacfity vita that can ha enlarxed *'**' „ _ 

<d beach and 4 coKagei plus ???■ P* "***“• by about 3 roMna TiM mrtn oulte $58,000 TERMS 872 CO 

owftete ^iiterixcd ho^. wlH ooinf approxUnaiely aa.«a tuiti- !™ . "ffB'*. ' y . ba* another trstnad-ia room toai EXCLUSIVE WTTH No ii-niitil 

ucept 88.000 <tonn wlto ^ over per annum. Fart growing area. ,J-,,? ;. would nake a lovely arHsta rtndh) R(»ERT J. MIKITKA he«k«. glfi.1 

nnaiK^. or wlH aoeept deer llOe na near compatltton. S faedroam !y™ .U* overlortrtng Hu water, ■n-ro Is ateo 884-7521 417.SSra gwTat mo 


Call DOW fv tUs prllM property 
GEORGE BARLOTT 
385A439 or 3fM-2FI2 
P. R Brown and lUvw Lid. 

LIGHT INDUSTRIAL 
ACREAGE 

WAREHOUSE. PLANT 
Aoproxlinatrty 14 a<a«i UfhX Indus 
trill annad land. BuUdhte aptra 
9,000 aq. ft. wtth cfDca space, tsm 


ttri:<i:vipvrr\ 13*^ 2-badro(Bi home data to 

WEEKEND sverythbig hai new furnace itut 4t 

baaetnem SU.iOD. For mera totir- 

3950 CeiJar HUl X Road nn^mTThnj TtoLTkox 
2 or 4 Moooi. OU hot wtoar. tot QU^NN. 386-3585 
fxtoe CBJKn. CHLOOO n w k gu a at 
7 par cam. 

3ffi!7 Cedar HUl XRoBd IJcRk''” ' '' 


3827 Cedar HUa X Road .rpM 

3200 aqUHw toot 2 bedroom hcqna. 

ooMT^tew. «»,«» vrtto 04.00(1 ELK LAKE AREA. $35,000 
Rome has laiga tvlag rooxn wrt 
a ^ ^ dining rocan. Lana modarn ton 

2909 HSdfvniOfMl ROftd rhen. Bedroom A&a #—Hn# room In 


Uka a amall ai—rtment 'w^iroteiu. HeC air ^ hot wkler IflS aquara feet (teige 2 bedt ou m), flidtoad batom—it. Lots <f trait 
lag the waterway. AcUmlly !!?•**“• Haavy dtey Indus- 438.too with gu.dDO nvu g a g o al u***-_ 


iinancuii. » wm acoepi wear iiue bb near compoUtldn. S bedroom i over Ma kin g me water. Then Is ateo 888-7521 417-8573 I «— at B90 ow month 

Yletorta h<MM toe lull nSOra |,vlng quarten. Full price 839.000 J*"*'*'* **•* y®" •** a mea firaplaro In tha atnoil and BOORMAN ntVE B Tkl RH T CO/ Lm 


«14 per ronL CONTACT F. NEILL 

^ ^ 47I-8448 SSI 8989 

S72 Cowper Street 
No baoHDMtt no etap. CCt* 

JS-"* "’**“•*“ •««- VACANT BARGAIN!! 


T'!L ’* oniii 829.000 down Bfongage co.ooo RANrvii i -gt-iu-m 

829.000 at only 8 per cent - 9 yror ,t 8 per <*nt payahte at 000 per financing avallahle. With only 0.900 

ter mli. You r . ten anls buy the The Kyi^ymerts end to* SWINERTON. S^AST CLARK, ^ , 

rhojeert waterfront for you. 471 interest make flds a very attractive suite Just vmsted. Tha view is 


mi COVHRNM35NT STR EET 

DOWNTOWN 

COMMERCIAL 


_ _buy. Write E. J. Sldaoe tor ftilliupur WATEnP RONT *k7**fl* ““4 lote "t scope. Wllla of rYianer'wrwAT __ 

BAMft3tirT'Ator»- detells, Nanaimo Really Co. Ltd., « ^ W ” A I E K ft KUWr wjuttoma's S8M2n or 477-«2a. COMMERCIAL 775 NewlNJiy 

HANQUEI AND ^ Nm^mo, B.C DUPLEX J. H. Wtotmera and Oo. Ud. 700 BL0C3C FORT STREET 1*0 touar* tecL 4 be 

RECEPTKIN BUSINESS _ SECLUDED BEACH — --- itf®' <*' 

SSf 5 minutes To CTTY SIDNEY R^TY LTD S ^ _ 

FOR COUPLE building, exceltent terma Jaguar “‘J' ■??«!?■ «?5 vtitm^ jp^ and Unni avail- fnSiP^JSfSS??®’ 

With aver 0.000 In future InveSents Lid. - «MSn street. 4.M aq. ft., rtda toeing beach «b «- , MR. R LAWLEBB. call 

hnnUttp. you con stcp Into tWe - ■ ■ haa 9000 iQ- — 5 bedrootai. 2 EXI1.USIVE SIDNEY APT. 5994IBI0 or 9B-T27g Town and RAuiXHB 

wel|.estataUsh(d "boonlns" buil- KMai.l. UORTGAG1C.S baths etc Dcaitata ^ragp •eg-iates nr rw-n.r Country Really Ltd. 

neas wttboui a worry or care From 0.000 to 89.0. riaordless of unite All tdCeri and tr^i ot- - OAK Bf 

Prtend Rallstlroily with easy your rredit r^teg. Yeur boma la ildered. NBA Onanetag FuH price onMUKitr^ai ^ yuU nm 


Sea Bill tnu-badrocRi. toll taaw- 
VM Watewr wtrwat "<*01 bangsBm wtth Ite new 

, . ■ WRKer sroei iu«-tex ftbro giaa coating goann 

a bethnnn. 2»eaar old, <W heel, teid 19 ysora A b«abi at tbs 
0.0. Low dovHi paysMM. listed pttoa <■* fie saw 

_^ . NEVA PENNIE 


tXiMMERdAL 775 NewiNJiy Street 

700 BLOCK FORT STREET »» touara teet. 4 bwkoaiia. oUqua 
dertgn, 0,0 dawn, artoiv 

This cholea conmarolal block li an 

excaOent revenue or boUhv in- __ _ . „ 

vestmeid. pr4ca ami Unna avail- Pteana ealj: 

able, from MR. R LAWLEBS, call fM-aOtl? 
0-0870 or SB-TtTt ^ RAUIIHE 09100X0 0-8342 


BDarami 

cmNsnjMvniB 

WARTOD 


COMMERCIAL * 

“ toi 8 rotall storm. AAtox S3t.nv 'ff !!*£• with 


F 

N 

CABELDU 

T 

D 

(EatgbUflbed 1930) 


RIVER FRONT MOTEL 
VANCOUVER ISLAND 


Have you e burtneia for mlef 
Rettauranta; Hotels; Motria, 


tenni al 0,0 quick action Is your hood 471-40 “J’™*?!?’**. «< w-. In fta txjntMBRciAL room kqptet. Utehan wiS n 

necetmry. Fiton* tor penonal - - - - Concord Ready Ltd.. 04 Fegt best rental area In adoey, in __ mtfe« ana. Imni taodly toten ^ 

-interview 941 BDaiMBM - VAT TTABT F ITTF — o¥ SiJlto^n^ cST^ul^ 5!^ t^ya!Sr 8 matoro mat (EatabUlbed 1930) 

JOHN E. THOMSON OPPOnUMITIII ^ 5S % ffir 

H^tlcy Agenrie. Ltd. Dl^Sx -CK NniSMt™. .B4«s m «20 tbte m-d -S JS^ *—"■ 1212 ^AD ^REET 

- Large CIxUO lot, prime eommerda) -*00^ BROCK, CUail or 0X23 gttema RMtty t*j*i*w ^ _ aW4Bgl ANYTBiE _ 383-7174 

Have vou e burtneia for nlef or ilehl Industrial In town. Large 2- ..,,,, _ 

RIVER FRONT MOTEL Rettauranta; Hotels; Moteto, storey dupteoed older building with oIcnrrTr m/v=v- BLAND HIGaWAY .78 ACRE BEAUTIFUL HIGH ^ _ _ 

VANfYlTIVPD T«l ANTT Retail Slorei ami all hui te em e s. new wiring and furnace, separate B-aUill!. KLAXJK COMMERCIAL aCMtNG n/WT AMrt AOT aova CLOVELLY TCE. IN 

VANWUVER ISLAND or smaU. rttould be Usted entrmice; aelf-rwUaloed units ASK- NEAR aX.«OQD ROCXLAND AVE. AREA iTTriir /vrrarvn a 

wWi our Business Brokerage ING tSL0. Open to affers Prime locBtion 9 brisTit Ft-08 otte a cltva Bhedromn home. u,m _■ ham a iwefaot aam in imm rliLftl VlUADKA 

]) first dart furnished unite Lovely department ConmltatlnDs In our 398-7921 JOHN D B06DET 4TMBli , w ^ to mil at gasju EjKiurtva ?? uj m* *-bedroani boxna In pork-lte 

iiKioarn tour-hedraotn home wllh ofltcc or <xi your premliei. We BOORMAN INVESTMENT CO. LTD. ipaClOUi. l-OedrOOID gUltCS. to MARY WOCD 384480 ANY- « . ^1.^1 wRlni on qtoet rtroci Lan- Ilvli- 

firepteca and offlee This motel Is travel all parte the Irtand on lui GOVERNMENT STREET Mnrierkte i<anta Walkintr TIME L room, dining rootn, kitchen nnd 3 

altiteted 00 Hi# main highway with a regular baaia "If you wani - inuueiaie renw. waJKing Cwtoda Perinm-Bt Tis-t ” bedroomi oa main floor. M 

tha finort ealmon and trout fishing jour businem sold—Charman Is S SELF-CONTAINED SUITES (ilBiRftCe tO toiim, h0t Water . ._u j ~ i- il.._ _ iii. u., b«lro<»n In fuB bammsnL l.ewatad 

:Slh"'^‘^r ^ni^ir^Sh'r. Jui!S?"Hok“titr"A beat. 1% per c«nt ^ 

WRITE m:. KNELSON. NANAIMO P«rty by new ift_ line Todd, J. H. Whltt«ne and «««>at*n.e!it, land daar of irms J '“J* nrhTiteFAI ircoinurtAe m 


ESQUIMALT WAY 
$1000 DOWN 

Cloon, besticy. modtniLmd, }urt 
right 0 tha yooBC or old. Auto, hot 
water baoL A littia gam at 0y 
0A0 

DIRK OKKER 478-4501 

KEN WALTERS 385-7820 

Evaningt 

COUNTRIFIED 
$1500 DOWN 

Well-built 4m., full htgh basemcni 
stucco bungalow on a large M jmt 
SK mUes from downtown. SparUhig 
clean, terga level M. Imv tans. 
VaianL Only 0.0 

DIRK OKKER 478-4501 

KEN WALTERS 385-7820 

Eveningi 


SEA FRONT I 

RETIREMENT SPECIAL 
Just hstad aad aonn to ha mid. Well 
uunrtrwlad, Immarutate semi- 
btagalow wtfti full high bammirtrt. 
Foalkriac m a. <t mUty acmartbic 
m» treoC gtorians mm vwwi aad a 
exanfortahte modarslmd hona of 
character on m aaally malotelnad 2 
acre lot Mfering mdusioo and low 
taxtk TVtiiy a lovely boms. Tmtni 
If dartrad. Priced to mil al only 
00 

KEN WALTERS 385-7820 
DIRK (NOCER 478-4501 


NORTH QUADRA 
SOMETHING DIFFERENT 

Modern bungalow with graBUg rock 
extorioc iltuated on vmy atcely 
londacaaed lot with circular drive¬ 
way. riui waU-shrnbbad {nperiy 
□ffm tt dagrm of lulvacy to a niea 
aettlne. The houae eonrtots ef thru 
hall to Uving ream wtth flaor-to- 
crtllng Braplam. buUt-ln TV, anl 
wall-tfrwall osrpetliig. Dtntite oraa 
'oemlaoka haak gonlcw Bnllt-Gi even 
; and nnaa In spacteus oaMiwI 
kiiebok. Coiorad vanity >—»» aito 
Ihraa badnni. cn maiii a— 
Sundeefc oB Utebaa. Full high 
baaemant hoi larga Dnlrtiad rampm 
roDxa wtth ftripteoe. atora badroom 
and utUlty room. Drlve-4a mrags. 
AsWag prica on Ma uaiqm prop, 
erty Is 09,0 To view call 0 
LAWLESS at 070 or 9g34rn 

WILKINSON ROAD 

. SMALL BOUU OM I AraM 

Icood teo p rtty wMi tote el pomolial 
ILarga graanbouaa, two-hadneaB 
ihotiaa. paartbla V.LA nciBBrtleo- 
lara avaUabia beta B. LAWLU at 
8D-T27g er 9434876. AMlaa srlea 
0 . 0 . 

GORGE (SAAN.) 

6 PER CENT MTGE. 

MODaRB. tWM., FULL 
BSMT. M-TIAa-OLO. WELL 
BUILT ABD n TOP BRAPE 
AS PBO 00. CALL MMAU) T. 
CAaHOR, RU I 0 0g ar 07274 
OtaSB.). 


A. BERNARD * OO. LTD. 
FORT AND anOAD BIMK ' H 
0T OR HIGK 


DRIVE BY 

1424 FAIRFmj^ ROAD 
3 LARGE BEDROOMS 

Sparicxu and attraettm, larga 
family boma to popular aiaa and 
clota to tranaportation. storm and 
walHftmnt. Large Uvtite room. aiM 
dlHtng area piM brwht oMrie 
kltdia. 4 pee. batorama aad 
master bedroom on artto Boor. 
Coneaalad rtolrway to 3 attk largs 
bedrodBOa upstairs. NIcaly laod . 
•capod and aaveral fruit Irms In 
fully fwiead tiack yard. Full high 
hamamt witb onto aU boat and 
drlvada garage. Priced to elma aa 
aotoU at 

$26,500 

Mr. Belcber 08439. 03U8 ran 

3 BEDROOMS 
PLUS DE LUXE 
•■IN-LAW SUITE ” 

IS44 PER CBNT UDIirGAGIi 
Imtnaentate. AYEAR-OU> mMem- 
poeaiy rtada bocm rttmM to high 
viaw area of oibcr Mea henca 
Larga UvtaB aad dte0 romw witb 


1212 BROAD STREET 
383-7174 

CLOVELLY TCE. IN 
HICHI QUADRA 


jl first dors furnished unite Lovely I department ConmUotlnDS In our 
mooern four-bedroom home wllh I otltcc or <xi your premliei. We 
firepteca and offlee. This motel III travel all parte of the Irtand on 
Iltuated on the main highway with I a regular baaia "It you want 
tha finort ealmon and trout fishing I jour businem sold—Charman Is 


WRTTE a L. KNELSON. NANAIMO! V. r». mruvusiM; klKl u«-i - , ,a~iiv (ahulnut and U nrhPnFAI TrCOITOgTAr-T 

KBALTY ca LTD. BOX 919 ' spartmente which Is sppreciatlng On t M 7M_ion Lm i!; '1.. ‘TI-LI.. LtN IKAL. tayUMlAL.! 

NANAIMO R.e- „ . „ every monlh. It Is ottered at Ltd., 388-4271. etc Learn baila Victoria Prwi, "Ji* **, ttoiuxe t,0 oq. R. 3 Badnxan hoeM 

NAHA1MO. .RC-MIDDLE-^ED EK BURINI^^ MS.UO with flexible Itoanclng All --Bo* »2 show you tor^h by siwtoUnent In a good aroo. dme to all lervlcee 

with 88,0 earti either to buy dqt^Is or Moolntmente to sec FATRITTiri 71_fJA knn - —- .Jt.o. JonnROM. and reaeatton Full baaanent 

BT^HTNP PWIBT huslnesa wllh poHibUltlea or wlU throuxh by caiHni F AlKrltlaLr—J^.bOO LIGHT INDUSTRIAL ZONED LOT. 389-9762 at anytime. Indudcs peartbia In-law suite and 

FISHING RESORT mvert In woritinf partiwrshlp Sug S,Sl^ 478-01 or .PVENUE OR SINGLE FAMILY 90x1110. Prinems Ave. Houm rented .xmIJbo.^^ iSS iSl prtS 

gestiona?? Victoria Press Box 0 block BROS 477-1941 present, this tubrtaollal hme for _ tU9, and 8 garagei at 88. ASKING 0.0 Call R Chainpkai, 01)74 

fclve the life ef RUey and make - ..l, ‘ IT, . 4 < imi- ^ pleatant FalrfMd ilreri la 0-700. LEW MOILLIET. ISLAND ^ o«c lanyUmal. 

fiorwy too! Meet the best of the SELLING TOUR BUSINESS IS MY zoned and used ai a 8-&edro«ti HOMfiS LTD., 07945. raa 0 $22,975 

fishing • p o r I s tratenilty heie. busUtoM. lor oteci« cona^ntlrt „ SUITES 'i*"* “«• * 'W'* housekeeping *215 A mcrUIca to the Cdwood area - rwnvr wv 

Hearty I acres Of sntfertTOTi. Rental servee, c«lj. .Jack. Ywg,,. Ker_A auiir.c ^ reveune cf ll0 nwpoavTTwrrv -re mn.n mnw te • rwwer aibdlviilon. 3 BEAirrmn s5 virm 

boats and gmr Bert equlpmerf ind Stephenaai Ltd.. 0 Broughton mansion be • etogle fsnrtly betemona. easrtortohir Uvtof room -w2MSS»A^'^MTvr 

renip In BC. Lovely home btotuded 38SJ413 * .."'l iTT*” .. ^ ^ 71,11.*”^^ ? Itortte Of 9 or 4 ptwma “>4 todge to v»d ti^y cnsintey, flroidaca. raorimn rahtaet , 

BA non (town. Smw iwner wlU be '— --— '■' converted Into ccenfort^)le epari - rvai i iimDSP -- rvtw waw Aa*e allwvtoter hlgtyway. ample , i, ■ , htfe|Mto». . . _ ■ w-w ® 8 A XTTPVL TBR EEJEDglOOM 

•qu.urt ama 9<m p^r wta m waNTun To buy menti. each artf-coiitelncd. Hrt or pOH SAM.- -. .*?. kltetaBi. atora badroom w _ has ]>.NrannB nr om! cm roiw bww 


' snartmente which Is eiiDreclatIng /i.. r 4 -a too j<vn 

-every monlh It Is ottered at L^-* ooM^fl. etc U 

MIDDLE-AGED EX-BUSINESSMAN {42.0 with flexible financing All - Bo* 32 

with B.0 carti either to buy detail or Moolntmente to sec FATRITTiri n fJA knn 

business with poMibUltlee or will through by calling F AlnrllSjLAJ—J^.bOO LIGHT 

invert In working partnership. Sug- TOULTER 478-3t7gl or REVENUE OR SINGLE FAMILY 80x100. 

gestiona?? Victoria Press Box 0. BLOCK BROS 477-1841 oresenl. Ihls substenllal hme f»r _ 9U 

SELLING TOUR BUSINESS Ls 1 ^ ^ - Sn.5 ^ 

businem. lor dlacnet contldenUal ^ SUITES •™' * ”«*'* housekeeping *2f9 


DRIVE BT 

BEAUTIFUL SEA VIEW 


0,0 down. SoDte paper sriO be' 
accepted as cod’. Htonc Jack I 


WANTED TO BUY 


converted into ctonforlable apart- 

menti. each artf-cuiteincd. Hrt »* Lf -,i M ORE jr 


Vlctofta Omeent, Nanaimo B.L.- ^tlOq nOO IpriME COMM. CORNER, t “» Drtva ^ ^ U 

_ aaa SKVKMI K P1U1I*IUILTV _ __ _ * -J__ . ---- Vlckara. "*• ““ “■ .D 


mrtar, poseer. land domad. Loam I 


RANCHBR. IN tWE OT OUR HBBT 
tirir?‘'-°te5£I AREAS PRICE OHLY BlT.lOa 

d « Sog'niST 


MOTELS - 

FOR DISCRIMINATING BUYERS NEW LIFTING 

TROUBLE FREE BLOCK 

rapcriroced guidance snd accurate TWO 2-BR SUITES 
prldoi on aK moIHe listed wllh rsniE's ixti etnrrp 

Mayfair We have leveraJ from ONE 1-BR SUITE 

smich you may ebpoae; many with ONE STORE 

rxpoMlon poealhtlttlet Crt the ai-vNwi> DaDirThin 

VTILL DETAILS of toil most BLACKTOP PARKING 
incxallve husUieis by etUing L E. urriPu 

■IRK. FRI.. Prmldent, Maylstr _ 

■eoRy Ud. 9SS-3H5 No ob)l»Uoa CARPORTS 


S44 BkVKHUE PBOKBTY IHare. 385-30 anytime 
- 1 P R Brown fr Sons Ltd 


'~°r~ -NEW ELECTRIC HEATING 

MARINA POTENTIAL WALL TO WALL 

lU IL of MiU Bay Watettront with UAT J WAVU 

0 ft. pier and 0 ft of moorage nAAAeWAlo 

Hwee That alone rttould be worth FLOOR AREA: 2700 SO. FT. 


p R Brown * Sons Ud SXS DUPLEX 

ESQUIMALT 4 PLEX ^ DEAN AVE. 

A GOOD BUY HERE Drive Iqr. plaaaa ^ not disturb 
Four completely seti-eootalned ooo- lenanfs a bedrooiDA douMt ctaacts. 
bedroom lulUi Not a cnpveralan. living room wlft< F.P.. full booe 
TMi tfnrtc Is only 11 ytan <rt age. meht. aeon furnaces, excalleni value 
In good shape ud an exceiicnl S3.0. To view phono C. Warren 
rental area Don't miia iMs ooe It 8893439. 

Is good. Priced at only 0,0 Gall P. R. Brawn and Sons I4d. 
38&gt7S. ask (or John Molyiird. 

i JOHN MOLYARD ACBNaK-S LTD,-- 

I__ IX)WNTOWN 

NEW USTING I OOMMERCIAL 

*Sf block FORT STREET 

month. Full btent wito 2 extra rsni I 


VIckera. 

P. R. ttu w u fr SoM. ISMSg 

j UM HOran FOB 8ALK 

OAKLAND 

A 

K REAL 

L ESTATE 
A LTD. 


Jotaiutoea at BM-gni tar appetnt 
ment to vtow. We can frnatee 4o 
suit. 

Kxetnrtve Llsttng 

CHEFTERLEA | 

i SUBDIVISION I 

! $24,995 

An ImmaeiKate S-bodromn. full I 
baumcot hoste, In this choice I 
North DougUa area. Smy and I 
bright on a hdly landieaped led. 
Driva by 748 Genevieve — please 
4n not diatnib the owneri - we 
will ba plaoiad to amoge an 
apprtnfmmit lo view. Financmg uo 
prabtefn. 

Etcchirtve Llating 
H. D. jttertioM, tm-ma 


UNIVERSITY 
REALTY LTD. 

3639 SMELBOURNE ST. 
IN THE PLAZA 


UNIVERSITY 
GORDON MEAD 


THBBS ARC OVSR 40 BEAUTI¬ 
FUL BOM0 FCA SALE IN THIS 
MOST DESIRABLE AREA PRICED 


K"nrire Lt'toU'^’rtm 3™^ Ki-|2?te’™'Sd TldSChoto^ POSSIBLE VLA H. O.J^iton., Mfwo* PrT^ 

iito^oWr5lr.d"eS; PRIME RENTAL AREA tiS^LFOR HORSE- EMBASSY INVESTMENTS 

SSr uTa"* never a VACANCY ^ JS; 5^1 ^b“Sa^^,*^i- LOVERS EMBASSY ^ESTMENTS wgj^ 0 e smk 

garoga and hair' a dotexi boSs $50,000 — EXCELLENT fte3te“LU * Country rqOM FOR THE KIDS 777 lOHNSON ST «* PHONE MB M 

Am^ room to buUd 1 or 2 rental TPRMS mrroiSm5«^l rv*i^ Ketoly Ltd._ w vriv xxxn. r^-a 727 JOHNSON ST. home. 477-01. TRADES INVITED 

rSr ! SIDE-BY-SIDE TWO ACRES U)T - ** 

? ReaHv t Id ' -- FAIRFIEl.n NEW ROYAL OAR RED MOT 

^ inyiimt ! ROBERT YOUNG. 383-11241 revenue •*«. 0p(jWN four bedroom hank arr. - »n,0 ah-y nAWTVTvv 

_ _ BEACON HILL park iA rharmlng ild»by side duplex LO« DOqpN PAYMENT AlAX DAVYDUKE 

SUPPLEMENT YOUR INCOME 0yiime FULLY FURNISHED caosisUng of two l-bndroom Kiltei. Comfortebic tuU beoaenent lamUy MEIAR JUBtUBE BQfBTTAt. 


2~o ‘5nd" hilr‘ $50,000 - EXCELLENT 

S.rr-^rv.'.’ss terms .iSM 

prira cf M7.0 Call 

" ®*'»TOi*in*,"me”'' ! ROBERT YOUNG. 383-11241 

SUPPLEMENT YOUR INCOME I mytime FULLY Ft 

with Ufa corner «acery store. Per-1 McAdams Irvcstmentfl Ltd. I" ope®** “**• 


REVENUE 

BEACON HILL PARK 
FULLY FURNISHED 


ROOM FOR THE KIDS 

TWn ACRES LOT 
NEW ROYAL OAR 
FOUR BED«f»M 


I 88.0 DOWN FOUR BED«f»M 

IA charming ilde-hy-skle duplex 

I consisung of two l-h^room Kftei, Comfortebic full bmaeneot family 


RED MOT 

HANK arr. - «n.0 

LOW DOWN PAYMENT 
NEAR JUBaOS BOOPn-At. 


OF THES Bf»(ES CALL ME 
NOW 471-10, OR PBQNB MB AX 
HOMS. 477-01. TRADES INVITED 
PAY AS LITTIK AS 
8uni DOWN 

A1.EX DAVYDUKE 


I (trailing over M.0 year. For and good terms. 

I quick sain offered a tba low price GEORGE BOWES 


lot 0.0 terras. 

' C. H. HOLLAND REAL ESTATE 
0 VIEW ,«4«34 OR 041818 

I UP AND DOWN 
I DUPLEX 


fete tor the acUve wtf# or mml-rr- _ %>rater In eorii iratL Full taarat., ell 

tired eouplr. Localcd on a 0.v \ heal. Tip top cpnldtkia throughout. 

UilaoecllDe la Cedar HUl area. Full UlCU OMAnRA (Iroiilng <wcr M.0 year. For 

price Including fixturee and equip- quick sale offered a tba tow price 

ment 11180 NLAR NLW DE LUXE of 0.0 terras. 

(lORDON DOVEY .«2-39S7 c,.o rtlTDllTV C. H. HOLLAND REAL ESTATE 

BLOCK BROfi REALTY 177-184! *** lAUt'tor.A gjO VIEW .WS4834 OH 04«1l 

-silvvar-^rvyMMVBroai 1020 SQ. FT. EACH - 

MAYTAG OT^ERCtAL QU^TY BUILT UP AND DOWN 

Hlghlendcr CteivOp FraneWse ONLY 13? 900 DUPLEX 

Apartmen^Uundrlei SPACIOUS 8 mo. new full, ^Siti2""‘Ra2r^ 

Heavy Duly Demcrtic OperoUoni hSdBo/ieqoertr‘^0’*^ vtew 

Sew or Umd «l0o 0upf« with 2 RJ. In-tew suliei 

Phtme jour local Maytag Rep <* >«•« level (or extra family nn.. **teL 070 or 

JO0 srOCKU aeM0 bedmi. and taatiuin I Total of 2,0 S^uaw rwvMTWwr rvi ten 

- aq. a CO. iKle Ideiglea). en^ilng BOORAW IHVMrME Iff CtL LID. 

THRIVING COFFEE SHOP AND eatbadtal enlrancei to attradive nil Gaeemmant areet 

flrti and chip tauilneie in fart living rm., eep. dtntng nn., maix>- _ ,, ^ 

growtog cotmntBiily. Reraodellcd. gany eab. kttdieoa. tans; 2 Kny f* Ry9 KteU T O UVB HERE 

Well aqqtpped. icats M. Land «ig badrmi and 4-pc. vanity hathim. *—* t ** * "0 raltii — 

balldfev with liriBg quarUra to- OAK FLOORS EXCEPTIOHAL . 

ehidad to rate aibrtatelai dom VALUE. Lge. ratge avaUaUe. LEW >-l tteWww rtW 1 togal rtiRaa - 
■|Ufm0 required PO. Bo* 337. MOILLIET, 09(713. or DON ^ WSiSin 

Hwp. E-C MUNRO. 471-im OLAHD HOMES Call 0 abtert ttuaa uxEelleDt 


s apaei« odti. 0arata meters, bteh in exeaU0 coadltion Hot hoena Main floor ftaiiiraa 8 30 oq. fMt <g mndentoted foinliy 

%vaicr In eorii taUL Full taarat., ell watar healing tall baiamoni, lovely badrootns. a-pes batfarToiu. living iMoia teakaing a 14x37 tn-Une 

heal. Tip top epntdtloa throu g hout. loL good bua rntwlee. Well priced rooen with bride F.P. ig t g ig Hiaa g i.,i«T > and dBangraan with 


J. A HENDERSON REiCLTY LTD lie a 10x20 bedroom and a larga 


Michen WlU) cabinet apace 0ore. rtl0g dmte Icr •eparadtoo Black 
dining room w4ili eHdtiig glgoi dnon wakgit ho^-ottoad booh rtirtvea and 
lo a 200 auDdedt upstatea thve {iraplgce. PemtHul modern 


OPEN HOUSES 

April 11 and 12. 2 to I p.m. 


lu m MuucuK. uppian am iirvpiAC*. isaHnUJ iDoaern • lUiir r iiMnfr 

rtn4..’'^t2LTL55^to.*.'?{K .<-«"*» ."lil: Wtol-towaU cSSS^loel walls In 

VCA Wluen could M M Iirai HBi MVit B wy Itfie gllpana mml Uulitw iUm 

htdrocm. Full htiment wtt COM bedram U ov«r mS^ 

furnace. Property is htoal hr «ft0»i ten. teooriiL AH roorite .» 


Evraingi 


4-BEDROOMS 
SWAN LAKE AREA 
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 
Varoirt. 01 MIt family borne 
feamrlng thru ball, LR with 
attrartlva flraptea. family dining 
rooen, larga eteetiie Utehea 4-pee 
bath. 4 spadnm bedrone n s. hast- 
raCBf with OOM heat drive-ln 
garaga. Situated on a nice lot cloia 
to everylliliig. OOcra Invited 
A88^ PRICE 00 

ED JUPP 

385-2481 Rps. 6565383 


TWO BEDROOMS 

Immaculate four-roesn bungalow 
toroted on nice etrcM la Kaqnlraalt 
wtth view of Tvirlmr. Complataly 
done over with new wtring, Mumte 
mg. atecMe hnoL R-a Uka a brand 
new bouac. Immodtete touiirv 
I1S.0 

POOP bdwen — 0a ai 

JOHNSTtWI fr CO FgANY 
LIMPTED 
Our 66th Year 
1306 Broad Stiwet 
385-2471 (24 Hrs.) 

ROOM FOR A 
TEENAGE FAMILY 
spirin—im and mqaal ve tm- 
fnriaflt faRkaa — there'! Iota here' 
CoDtemporary adding at Ite beef. 
Three eetra large b edrooena — 
there etuuld tnt ba any tramie 
doling three roHiii 0 — two full j 
bathraaaens. L-ebottad Hvlng and 
'■olsg rooBii. QuaHty teatxire waila 
toenoghail. Ptooa to play, a piaee 
to are, a place to work and that 
moM impurtaM requtrcfnant — 
elMMnlary. jurtor and sentor h0 
ataoote ore wetHn four htodu. Good 
eotai to EsqiMmMt br 0,0. Fee 
farther partticutara eaU Stmon FIctL 
0-MI anytime 

COUNTRY RANCHETTE 
SPACIOUS FAMILY HOME 
neaidttal psa t— to'. partly eleared, 
BaJonee lovely teres. Small born, 
other oaltedldiBgs Atntortasne of 

r ing VMlee One mile ftven 
0ag M) iohool txace paa 
Cite. Approx I acrei and the 
attraetlva Inene rtte on a MU. All 
bulldtotoi In exeelt0 oonditlon 
Shawrtgo-Mili Boy aire 0,0 
Mri Webb. 477-30. 8«LM7r 


■d 0tog remap witb 
to naMaab. bright 
gg mart attnenva 


'vaidty bafttreofo eg mala floor. 
Lower leJW c««>si«*« at pNgmrtaai- 
ally llnirtiad tamliy or ran mm. 
larga badreom, vaalty batfaream. 
extra C00 Idtehan red Mubad 
and wtm tar wrebar aad dryer. 
LA0B tM PER CENT NDRT- 
QAGE may be ———* and 
defInIMy mart ba remi Inside tn be 
appreelatad. Priced tar quick 0a 

$34,800 

I Mr. Bcicbar 0-M8. 004 0 

UPLANDS 

No-stap. al0etlvt hmigalow an 
diotea tread loL 2 larfenadreanu 
Wall to wall carpef ttadqgbout 
entrance hall, living roam with 
Breplace. dtolni room and dm 
Cabinet etcetrlc bltdlen wiui aott^ 
area, farbunter and dtrtiweiber 
Utility room oft kllcheti for waihrr 
and dryer. 280 ree. room In tall 
high baatmertl. Double garago with 
2 pea. lavatary 

$51,000 


WATERFRONT 
SAANICH PENINSULA 

4 badroom, 1 ywr 0 maiten peal 
and boan ranAsr. Iteffa lleliii 
rotep witb flrepiaoc. dtatof room In 
line. CAbtotl alaetele kMctan and 
large tamUy rootn. 188 feat of 
ibeTtered beach with tarrtfto tore 
acroia Saanicb Inlet. 

1^.000 

0.0 down- bal anca al 8 par eaig 
□eon Smith. gU40; «7MtB Sag. 

TUMAOdWR EISJM 
nOOU FOR SXPA30CH 
3 BDRS 1 mBDifrIS 
3 bedraoxn twraa srtSi aato^ to 
devetap bansnaai. idrel ■■ stolra- 
mcot or rttolor hone to efrotea mb- 
dlvtolpn. (dole to erhoola, rtiepe and 
geV courae Urtoetlawirtre tateM wid 
rtwooas Living room rm am to 
ceiSis llnitlaee wlgi retoad beorih 
agatnat feature wm». EEdwe 
•Mob opena to torgs cgrtiartL to 
adlacof to Kwcly .HiWi q maa. 
nc agBent^l^tad nathroML^Mji^ 

to fkaidacc, are ter Oto 

bedroom or weetcrtiop, sere, 

phgnbcd lor waxber taper. Bam 
flnandng wHh |K0 denm or mah 
to 0,0 tnoctMe at M 
litrtotang loxoi. Cad r WOta. 0- 
42n or 47704. J, B 1W8l80a red 
Op Ltd. 


- iiurnace rix^wny is HWOi nrim n. ndfrl teR. taooatal. AH rooms ntam reth rai^sd-to rtuwsrs In 

ONLY 18 THE ASKING PRICE rolataig koraea or to ba utad as a attracgvtay redacoreted Frtl rtoan !f^L -.2: 


for this modent 2 BH, full Ireiall tarnt 


EXTRA SPACIOUS 8 mo. nsw tally ^Stti2""‘Ra2r^ ^^bSrtU ^er“ 

plarterrt QUAL^ btolt nde-by StaJ'^rtr^0^ Jte? w™«^ ISdoi^SSrtdai;" <1 
SSu deSET^bcSl mranuyettapti.^ bwy, lk 


FULL PRICE 0.0 


rocnti, eoppsr ptanteng. IdO amp asm f’rmTgrt' Dr 
wiring Patfroga og heel. 08 128,0 


UUs raally axeapttenal fami. LES 
raRBtlEbUO or 477-4388 
PototoCtad Trust 

ESQUIMALT DUPLEX 
BaeaUtart revtocto. could rent tar 
g0 per 1110b. Upper nits 3- 


For an at^ntoM to viaw cod: Water tank ttenaadl. Seclodad rear £ 


BTAN EAKIN. S8MM 
OR R0 411-Stll 


IS LOCATION 
IMPORTANT TO YOUl 

818.0 


■aidirti coiEitite a BmlHtoris of trait [ 
trees. 82,0 down eeotd buy ttilal 
■ iik'ljfStory toune Call iiCBE3iT[ 

Yoimc. I 0 B 


■y fHalvllJa Park) 


\aSi ^ui'-lSe^mte. 3-1 >ira 8 togrt suite. - tSTSic^lS ^££ S 

*”■ lf,8i»n^re.7m.*SfS«^22S cJT^ abota thaa. ..rellsta 1-bad^.I^%fc*Step.^uSre Irt ma rttoS^ 


ateo we hawa a Gredoa Bred 4-. 
I I ttoOMd gpEMaurtted boma frir mta. I 

B«3*2K5iS^ATE. usr*aifi“.^*'wi?£Sii 

tS^TulT-s^ 

•te immt rei 0 aAla 0 S SStAmSSSmST' ' 


GARDNER AGENCIES Ltd. 

8B9 FORT STREETT 
385-7721 

Re«l Eatete — liuunuice 


BCTtae^ irttaRn sniW ra awn%nure Call ms ■>—* *■-— areiisirt UL. oa*. 00- totehao. M me 0W m Wa Matautea - ROOU& lawta jgeel iiii tf i Bi a 0 ^ l 0 WMtato 

SInE^ GROCERY STORE, K“,JSEr '^ ST ««uc- 0 qtetat X>ani ^ li^-d3S. tJS A l«rmD l^^gSSXaD. 

JS;;. StSE‘»£3S“»,‘SXJ .S-im SU’ „ ^ J2S. gonzalesoak bay 

DOWNTOWN CAFE. M SEAIB. metan rnodm lire alarm Lare- 0Tm HAROLD WARE 0-14gI xpactom duplex. I hedroomi each. «7MI34 A. M (toandlsr M M0 u^an.™. imrnWiinis Ud F*0«=^3'. * ro om*, all ton 

Wllh expaarton poaalbilltici. Sug |d„ wakrtMp. and extra rare, red GARDNER AGENCIES LTD. baiemem. aop. oB units. Good BEFORE YOU BUILD OR BUY McAdams InvartMienta tid _ average bM 0s pan eBad t 

eertad full price 18.0 with 82.0 ,dirt in bemment. No vaoandsa —-shape Nmr ica. sehoeto park GIVE US A TRY FOR PRICKS •*** fireplace. 4 Bodroocu. caM 

down and balance at II80 perl Mm garden orre urtfri bertillful oak GOOD REVENUE PROPERTY te ''0*^.. to 07.0 with amD QUALITY IN CUSTOM 

month V VENTON. »«41 ta 3C- | trees Lane at roar. Nets U per'for sale. Virtorto Preis Box 172. *' ^ BUILT HOMER WE DESIGN AND iMHiwmarR PngfnckSinv 1 


GONZALES-OAK BAY 


*784. J. A. Hendersou RaeltV Ud oem on price o< 843.0. Iteaicnater prinrlpalt only. 22 ^ 1 ... FINANCE FREE ESTIMATEa I immauiaiE, rijaoaoanji, 1 oreamem are aenkrau oaraae 

----- down payment Owner will carry'- swraenan. toewart Clark . Ud. CENTVR COHSTRUCnON 

FULLY EQUIPPED SROE RE- taatonce Buyer oould eomblae suites 8 SUITES PHCHtB dlMBS ' 

pair builMta Owner retiring alter 2 and 2 ter asm uie (2 taatancxni. 7 ctore In A-l attneuve' SITiF TkV «smir ^—:;¥:=• 'T LIu. ; 

" sr £^s«sE- s; r - 

3 R ' Raalty Ud- cSS*^ON oVArtite^^to* •5f!B0*'’i£S Item and ttomtay Araa B.m JSte ^biatraaM*tartr5'e.S“1£k ” OWNER, (ME BLOCK EJ^aLENT STARTER 

478-7121^ 0.^ Royal su^ BaMtog uteMriy M2.0 184- USD Bradun Ava. Nre iregrenw kMt. Gamre. 814 ire cant R L l l p re fc»W L_ J »04, MM 

Ocean Cove Rsilly Ltd. Dpk Proptiliei Ltd 471-1147 IMtB. ___i>ome jurt being eanpieted^gMI} aretgigk BB&ta tgentoeaU^^BMA^^ 


llnipccllnn. 388^2481 

Swtnerton. Stewart Clark. Ud. 


FINANCS FREE ESTIMATEa 
CENTim COHWRUCnON 
PafMIB 47MIU 


SIDE BY SDE DUPLEX. 8 
ye«a tod. tall htaoment. edoea-in. 
•erluded. BS,0. Orner's home 
next bd, 1 bedreoms with hachckx 


TRADES CONSIDERED 
LOW DOWN PAYMENT 
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 
I BEDROOMS 
PULL BASEMENT 
4190 BQtTLES 
rUU. PRICE ».9An 
AUGUST eONSmUfTTION. 
184-ITU anyttma 


Dignity are ebarm describe Ibto 
home perCactly 8 rooms, all toiw 
than average toduda oaneBad Dm 
with flreplaee: 4 Bedrooctu; caMnet 
elec, ktoiei with angc end 
dlibwatire; 3% BathrecBis; full 
haaement nod aeparate garage 
Situated on haif-aerv lot wtih 
excellret teens nt nn atktog price 
ef oily 145.0 

A. Boyne Dte«toa Realty Ltd 
38LI1 m anytime 


LOW DOWN PAYMENT 
2-BEDROOM BUNGALOW 
Spottaea. 3-badroaaa batna — Towg 
:red Ctomtiy - Uaal ter raMramenl 
or starter lUa brew to cdoar title, 
but ererter win eanr large ortge. 
'The tudau faai erety lypt ef Bull 
traa CT.0. Per vtowtng: 
dTEISM RICK KOtNa »Tm 
MAURICK BARLTROP 
3HtoS4 K»-?Tfl 


DICKIE AGENCIES 

382-4312 8» FQIIT 

TEN MILE PO04T 
0.0 

ReauUful iplU-t«val. Uiadreom 
home Levrty rac room wfrad ter 
washer and dryer Tremendree mm 
views, atlrantlvely tontecapod Ta 
view caH Rom Chope. 88ttok2r 

HAULTAIN 

^ uggr a X vtur 

u. A 51JHMU. oMmencBi 


Wa hava mvend etlecUva 0ri- gUMBO tanva to app iu vad gredR. | 
gogei avatlabto bM (M.M Call p w e nJ naatlng pirem rell: iPBlVA 
4^719 ALUIH ELERKAN 0-im Royal suiloa 

Ocran Cove RreWy Ltd. DM Prooertlei Ud 478-1187 l*4IB. 




EJK:EX1.ENT STARTER 

2 »-«-«■— temliy rtw MrtMu. 

HvUg racBDi vrtSi BtegteM. tow 




OPEN HOUSE 
1-5 Sat- and Sun 
Cohrood Area 
3128 Wishfrrt Rd. 

Here's comdry contantment, yet atm 
ricoi to adunle oaif 0pt. Attrac¬ 
tive Hreb a nin PolyHslan rtjta 
boma wHb nn o dwian at 0 btort, 
giving prtvamt. CaUiataal 
wall-lMmll a or ptatog atti Mite 
brick ftogipci aagteia tap Mtawg. 


£r:2t‘ ^awT*^ ‘wSto 

S%“ 3 ^apS 

Good valM at mm. Gore 

Ma rytand Drive _ 

‘ NEW. SIDNEY ON CUL-OB-SAC 

road: mm at K 0 cent N.B.A. 
mortgage. I badroom. IH both* 

I Wall In wnli carpal IbNogboui 
|SguSriiM88E“*"** Rtt* Klee 

BMRTWOOD. BY OIPNER 1 
bataaotoa, ptemem, am mirems 

ssL.sgStaaag^ 

pan-ATE. HODBBB ■T MUX) 
rettrad er rtnag teotay. framitaMEi 
beat, naor mbooto. ban m-MM 


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tm irorsER fob sale 


||32.«)0 

ICOOK-QUDRA 
3 BEDROOMS 

W W. «u»dirt ltvh« room. 
dtfiBgroom, Xml bital. Lovtij 

SHEILA PEPIN 
479Un3 


BRAND NEW, SB.ODO 
ULTRA MCB^ERN LIVING 
BcsuUM C«l 4 l IMtfln > 

bMlroum hoBM loaM to ow <t 
VMIaria*i orMw rMiii 

tMtUK*. iBt^rcoto. Oirtto 
rirmge. Scclwkto Itoi piMMIj 
muil b* am. Metri Iw totow 
co«. 

JACK RODGER 
BOR CAU>ERWOOD 
383-4402 


MUST BE SOLDI 
QUICK POSSESSION! 
UNIVEROrr AREA! 


QUADRA TOLMXE 

, Min. «i^. S^bnlroOto 
liUtdicacM 1 (it ctoK to p 
udtaw. < 3,100 1 

I A. ttecIXAN. SSMOOI 


irti, «dKut( 

ladle, only 


S1A9Q0 
TULIP AVE. 

2 BEDROOMS 


S3.900 DOWN 
Sidner—O niiwi. 1 <rid. » 

bednnmi. CUi «iM kluhen, 
walnut ttataiu WUI in Uvins itwn 

and nam. HMtoc lUto 

door to fBua panto in VB 
HAROLD BARBER 
388-4402, 384-2048 


Don't mwa IL CUI 
A dear IRtte railratneM bi 
ELSIE O'BRIEN 
MAUDE DOBSON 
4174080, S984S74, 388-4401 


Pnead to MU to ma 

ExeeUant tettoi. Call MWM 

ANDREW DUNNING 


jSlOOO DOWN PAYMENT 

aod approa. AMI per moitk 
M- laMi (ft ym doalUy) 

•M toCtou Ite Arabia J- 

Mnn cocBpact bunsttoir w)lk 
tkaptaea tn flatoc idon. 

bright ccajr toicbeto lUllllp 
room, auto aB lieaMlto. wp 
ganca and tovdy Itocad 
itantaD Near Palm Spring! 
Spa. and fltonpama. Hurry, 


TERMS ARRANGED 
I ». WOODIXY : 


SUMMER IS OMflNG 
WILLOWS PARK AREA 
$24,800 


—SEE IfiE SEA— 

THE CTPY IN THE 
BAOCGROUND 
UNOBSTRUCTED VIEW 

Wc taa pratode (Mi tor joa m a 5 - 

year-old home ■vHh Uinta beriiMHM 
eniranre 


FAIRFIELD - J24,500 
AN OLDER HOME WITH 
A NEW OUTLOOK!! 

And a amaihlng new outlook It la 
too—to toll 4 -taednxim borne Tbe 

BtoMto Uaaa to Oa vltonal 
ni i dto — I teat baca oto^md 

laini rtoraihlnt icpiubn to aaP 
papen, aaluntl womb and (rcah 
pat Saper Utod kMcben etolk 
etoiBC area rotnul Ailns raoni 
—etoni aHMi. Daiiiiw Oak 
Rreplaee to dtAt* roen. Panelled 
naki baOi and 3 pcc. Wfa <taa 
lioatoy jatdcB haa totot traai 


tdlchen. full baMraerd. oQ beat 
doae to mStad aad ^mei. Perfect 
(or diiltovt 

HAROLD BARBER 

38M«d. 3844048 


mi Bisto ha tocto 

VERA FRlEDRiaa 
IIONORA BOWRING 
'385-7835, 382-8477, 3%-4401 


S50Q CASH 


- the large cathadral _ 

leade to a ebaraMg living room 
with ranch rode tkior to celling 
ralMd baaith (ItatoMx Pia ihe 
iMng reoRi there It a wide 
aptauacli ta a laveUr dialag raa to 
uBB aad to atoloh to fbe coaeaeMto 
tototilag btidhM alto baW-M aiaa 
aad ran» 9 iMk tfMa do«ea apea 
to a laiaa weatoetoM wMeck. The 
full high dayflgtil t^wto baa 
rumpdi raa aath feagdaca and a 
M to apace for further devalnp- 
memtnL The rcaaon for the low 
price — eoiiM Qnleldng toiil re¬ 
quired. 


can be boutoit to uaa peice. 
Credit muat he ge^ Wto pa* 
rmi? 1 «n bT to beto pea lava 

vaar atm home 

HAROU) BARBER 
388-4402, 3844048 

11,000 TO <3.000 
DOWN PAYMENT 
eaa pHaiuaa aic a( aavecto aiell 
conetniAed 3 and t haMaora 
homea toat ha~i Mto haai Matod 


GO FIRST CLASS! 

Why DM? — you ooty llva 
raR*. Tto have I top quality 
tomei to to ioaa i Oeae. W.QOa 
- tn.SB price iMifie — 
toi-iM aa afcble . LaTa talk 

iJACK — M^AN PRICE 
388-4401 


' li O tolly ludea bi 
Call today ta *tow. 

JOHN BARTON 
385-7TB1 


ISOUTHOAKBAY 

$28,900 

WANT CHARM? 

COMFORT? 

We think youH find both In Ihli 
rkaracter hocne. deae to Ito 
parte. b« Uaa. toandag and the 
I bmeh. i bage badtn u mi have 
I ample ckaat Maee. UmmpI 
windtoBi tn larga Bvtng roam wTOi 
Orepleee. Cttlaa oaUneti In for¬ 
mal d I n 1 a g ram. Delightful 
brepkraat nook to UttoMn. Green- 


$900 DOWN 

aad a good nedu rating iriU 
oaabto ra ho ham poar ara 
cbarmlng toM^ow. ctoae ta 
the len and park vllh a 
hntoey Manatoien crOad by 
I beamed celilngx aito lovtoy 
wood. Cenerouf t«a to- 
rlirttog llvlv iPton, dirttog 
roaee. HlefeMi, hato. and 3 
bedrooBi and den or oHIra. 
ExcelJaM baemai iii. Hurry for 
thit one - li'a vacant. 
MARIAN PRICE. 388-4401 


ra f i ei to ai detaba piMaa pbM 
ERIC DAT or TED PARTRIDGE. 


I Infarmattoo meitaet 
|JACX RODGER 
BOB CALDERWOOD 
3884402 


t ale toc mal gy ng ro om. W eedy 
iDcrteidBd U accuMed by 

B8IB7 vk^ ■atUajto ^aiclapi 
halle aad toadi to aCBrage rtoMta. 
Ptol baaeimnt Askfog CE tSO tto 
Bril Btoetly pr c hwiUopi hotoC. 

■OMMY WILSON 


aRy tor the Oafehy m 

to view. 

W. A, (RILL) BATES 
385-7761 


$18,000 

nnaitclng couM be totoi 
tooked at A tovMp M 
moderq Uvtng. SS-ytoanaU b 
MaiBBiaEanB area, av 
and neat. CaB 

A. M. OCKIEN, 38M4BX 


I FAIREST FAIRFIELD! 
iJOlN THE QUIET SET! 

TMa two hLitvaiM koBi la locaMd 
Ob a quiet torwt cloaa to Beaooa 
BUI ItoA. Rh|oy the comlott to a 
laixe UviBg tancB. cunjtote with, 
nreptaae, varr natom kUdm i 
wRb ndlli IMl —ifcg area far a 
BtoaH dtoatoa. foM-plene bath, aad 
«naU aixactL Sapamto garage 
adth ditva-to frton laaa. Large 
tpvto toarad rear tat wSh traa 
and tiqR incx CaB today. H'l 
aiwayi a {rieaaaia to Mear a 
hca like tbU. Aaaa n sMy PEtoi 
with excettant tn iiii. 

TOMMY WILSON 
385-7761 or 3K-6240 ' 


ESQIJIMALT 
SECLUDED CULDE SAC 

Drive by 99 Itospaia naoi aad 
aec this well located home on a 
large well landscaped lot. 1300 iq. 
n. on the main floor pUii a fully 
developed ground level biiiemtoiL 
Piiioa S b e ib a ua w. 3 tog hetb 
rooraa — a iwal toaally haae. 

Atoing price TS.ni 
Pto appadOienlB la rttov ptoam 
call TED PAJtTEIDGS UHOai pr 
!B 3 - 9 ei. 


$15,500 

$2,500 DOWN 


griund trtto Pimd eanwr 
let <n a MPhly aMto tonto. 

^ler cent mortgage at CUT 

ADELINE NICHOT.. 388-4401 
WANT A BARGAIN? 


BOGGED DOWN WITH 
BUDGET BALANCING? 


Put yourieir In a happier frame 
ol Mtod. Wc hsvi a brtfto houm 
full to good thlap — Um aq. ft ! 
Childrea'a raoa have Irtonerdoui 
storage rlciaeta — Soar to celling. 
LMig JdUtoen tolly modera udUi 
eupaaeiri ipaua to apM*. Ptotohed 
ler —toiar, Peaetled Hvtog raam 
with eoey flraptace. Biggar thMi 
average tUolng room and very 
bngM. Ongdatoly HNtoaled and 
hai octo healtog IRUMy arto In 
baaetaepl wKh iatoAry tabs Clou 
to tchooli, fbopping and new 
Central Park awlnunlhg p«vv 
OuUidc la an "eiwdootor"-« let 
me show you Inalde. Wc think 
^'l| ilop worrying about that 


—12 yean tod and Immacu¬ 
late. 

—3 bedrooms tout. 

sa.ai - try MM down. 

—Apprtto. <203 P M 
—Opm to offer. 

VERA FRIEDRICH, 385-7835 
H. BOWRING 382-84T7 


PANORAMIC RBA VIEW 
PVOTOGRAPnRS OARX ROOM 
CENTMAL SAANICH 


Ihia nearly new contempDrary styled 
' rancher ad awe- laso sq. R. 
leatuiiiig raised hearth fireplace In 
Uvtag mitoL ento^aly^ mndara 
Mtehm, louate toalag rant. 3 
bed wM urta wRh jaatoer en oaltc — 
madaDy toaiit dmk roem to 
iiitriirto tor tbe analeur er 
■ Ilk itoal Bbohwtoitoer — AND 
itoto at toaao iretoi air — brtag ynar 


DREAM HOME! 

SELKIRK WATER, $33,800 

I TTiti Icrtely, welitoapt hrane to the 
' answer lo your hea lau B ig 
; prgMemi! 


- ik^ted hltitoM. 

—.'Uindeck tof dliriiv luato over¬ 
looking a perfedHy toaadcartol, 
aiaplog ktoto to lha toatok-. 

—Fun hl^ baaeineid wRh planty 
ef raa« f« tome deetoeptoead. 

—A must aaal 

MONA FLEMING 
3884401, 386-1201 


tale, at BAtoC. 

ALSn 

DREAM BOUSE LOT 
lU BMIGAINING 
BROADHEAD |B. 9 W 
ThaCi all — A teal tow price for 
this exceDent treed lot In aa 
ei tortto f ana — tap gnda raadt, 
and toertr^a yeer iitov borne' 
ihottid have a qwty address — 
ledll art M Map. 


Older sUicoQ 


GLEN MANOR PARK 
2 BEDROOMS. $25,300 
EXECUTIVE HOME 

Tbla henn to hw iba ebn 


$14,950 

Ike ideeet eraaltor tonaa I takiw of 
to iUa pnee leaga. Ao liaaacuUla 
3 hi it Of la ta a totoi lUi tooSaw 
Ctoae to toa Qtoi by ^VfMat 
ceniie. Twy ptoaaa i d toeead eaar 

S id wUh boU Iraaa You *!■ Hbi 
^ one. Ta rtaw to aenhma ptoa 

38541731 CUrr GAY 386-7BK 

4 OR 5 BEDROOMS 
Here ii a Imnc for tbe 
larger family oator Khool, 
storea and truaport 5 
bedrooens (1 at present used 
as dining room). Large 
living room wittt heatilator 
fireplace, kitchen with 
ample dining area. One 4- 
laece and one 3 piece batb- 
room. Also plumbing tor 
additiaaal gbower and toilet 
Rcc. room 23 e11u For fur¬ 
ther partieulars phone 
BOB WILLIAMS 
^3924. 656-3052 Res. 
3^4731 (34 Hn.) 

TVD FIXE QUALITY BOMBS 
BY LAMBUCK OOnSmUenOM I 

Ctoa tactoad In ntoiil toaaltoi m a 

;9u; 

the oara tbe htoMer haa takea to 
aura a hoe to ba iraid to Wy 
waO arired to SS.M wth Mb gar 

ccat OnaaciDg 

Tha atbto la a at* Ihaira mm 

level bOBic In a nice area Juat 00 
Ratohatow Itonc ia a Oj aad It 
priead at PAMA 

H foa iitoiid Me to eoeare taw I 
eornfditoly ditaeii ttoor plant i 
pleato toMOa-. i 

CUPP CAT SmSBBi 


TUDOR BUNGMjOW 
ON ACRE 
$22,500 


Featarvi a aunken Uvtag ia 
aeparale dining room and atoo 
aagantc atady. .Sacbktod ton 
kri. Very aoltahlt **■ • mate 
famlty o’ Mtorainmi ooupi 
Hava a laaA — yaw iWBi't 


Uving difring rontn. Sltual^ on 
nice high ground aaar Royal 
OaL gAW dMto 

MARIAN PRUrE 3884401 


CALL BOB HAGUE 
3R-7761 


liV laatoe »litoi Ito your BAure 
eatale awd anal aewugh for 
pleasant gaitlenlng — remember. 
banMng la toad bwa adfered lub- 
atantlaJ rewardi for many people ia 
ree eto )w«a. Atodag •U.MB. 
aran 

MONEY IN TOOR BAND 
sxk snMEY Dupua 
Meney IB yrnw haad avery noalk ta 
hob lAy tor fmo toe - thaTi 
etoat Bto aetaiy aew dupkw totoi 
yog atm hewM aad at 
1 matm ttoa (he ooto to a Oto* 
itodAma — tonriag m ew<A toie. 
a lovely living room, eatobbtoDwi 


$15,500 

.JAMES BAY 
Is BEDROOMS 


START AT THE TOP! 
MODERN RANCH STYLE 
3 OR 4 BEDROOMS 
$20,500 

Why aot start wOb your dream 
hia? Wha mhl (hat yoa ewildn'i 

_)My a taw toBi Hgg aq fl., 


itamp Mae wt. Maa 

and I heap accommi 
family. 

PAT BARBER 
JACKIE WALDRON 
3884401 


’ renovated 
itlan fto a 


M(Ml SQUAD ALERT! 
$19,950 

7 PER CENT MORTGAGE 

& yaur towdly la a ‘HoiLagaw 
— (Ml S « < h ad r a iu i koa 
defkdtoly tor yaal Ita to 


ga.sm» Tha eaa, bm 

have Id act NOWh 

JOHN E. THOMSON 


ROCK OUT CROPPING 
VALLEY VimiTO 
3 BEDS.. $21,500 

LowHy family bungalow wRh Baar 
io reiMg ftoafrita ta W-W In 
Ijvii ig rotoa. Colamad plijmbtng 
Itotaiea Only mtotolaa (naii lawn. 
ELSIE O’BRIEN. 477-2090 
MAUDE DOBSON, 658-5676 


modan aUty area dowa wtto I 
good tom hatarara plai ravine 
raa atod toto batb m- QA yaa. a 

powder raocn on the main floor for 
convenleece — many olber vali> 
able ameninex — pleM at only 
SK.tOO with long term N.RA. 
mortnth- YdP MwW aat mlu 
invesUgtodag ttda buy. 

I Per rurthto Wwinatlon and api 
: ^toaaaata to view oa ahava i 
I prope l ti ee <wD I 


wood dWrkI — BUT. ta bwto 
niwi itto t ily la toraat ad wU anod 
paaefflag ta canto- 

lag Ihriaiaaiaa Braad aaw katoi- 
er wgh kodB-to tal wvea ta 
ccxniter range — JXiactiy oil a 
totigw xmi' I dung 

rr laeatkwi raa Uvtog ratan with 
Iwy eriMow an] ilera toMtoaa 
Huge dining sr fainily laam 
your toitoce. A tantaxOr buy tar 
the right peraoo. Tia totoda wadi 
be seen. Ul to view. 


KER A STEPHENSON 
LIMITED 

CSO RniughloR Street 

Acroai freun Btoiai'B Carpark 
3 S&WU DAY <r BIGOT 


1.6 ACHES 

type rour-bedraam heme. Bedroonw 
m top floor. Wain flonr mnttati to 
audera kJlebeft family wi|> dlqlrv 
room, library and living mom. Om i 
acre can be aubrilvlded Into loir 
lota BitUD the sewer caset to the 


WATERFRONT 

OONTBMPOBABT PCCT A RKAM 

tMieluiion 


BARBARA JENSEN 
385-7761 


19 x 13 living foam and Kparata 
dining room, afl hanlwood tioora. 
make Itato a a w t l iw a tadtor home, 
located OB a qtoet toieto. Vuat be 


anoght 
levels. 

—Charming living room with picBirc 
w indowa orettoaktog mater 
—Bedrooww idf tocowtoe. 

—law toy lataf Tea erlth Oiafriace 
alao with yl^m alBdeivi 
—maim tor tmOim deeadtaiaat. 

—Diatoto camcec 


after teaturei on three 


BILL JENSEN. 477-3340 
TOM DUNCAN. 477-2462 


told. Pto- lucce datoia ta to view, 
please call 

LEILA RYAN 
385-3411 658^320 (Res.) 


a realistic price 


ACB nX. PDLLT TTBIIPIIi 

l/YW*R LEVEL. FAMILY ROOM 
WITH FIREPLACE BXT 1 U BED- 
ROOM OK DU AHDtoPC BATB. 

pi-sASK BM PT nnmn tbb 
OWNERS, an DO CALL MB 
ANYTWE AT SBMIIB, ABE FOR 
JOHN MOLYARD. 


LANGFORD 

2 YEARS OLD 


COUNTRY LIVING 
CLOSE IN! 

2 -bedRxim baa vtoth I 


to bngWtwto ta allowtag tovtoy 7^ ' 
vtowa to tlw aaeiadad ta - - 
patkitoc groitoto A Mato Boar 

Utility raa la ta tof (to 
Utcheo. In (hr fun bairaad 
there la a partly flntabed Ree! 

Rocm with a tol ftaptoca. a jMrtI 
bath and ili Ha ta aiMB. na 
one wata ha rtay bwtd la' 
mattoi: Aaklng a.aa CaB 
qtotodyl 


eaiiito art! adtti itoa datoi ta 
■Btotok pail taatota rar na 

and bedroom partly IMtoied. Ideal 
lor faxaUy aa na-tkm wraeL SetoWj 


tanaiwi doa la brnud taa 

f« eicw tHa near Hdtog ta 

MRS. LEILA RTAN 
385-3411 AnyOnie ^ 


Slid toapa do. Cta ttotoa 

•lUag IZt.SBt. 

Call n BBCENESt. HMM 


SLECK5 BROS. REALTY 


WATERFRONT 
ENCHANTING OOTTAGE 
CORDOVA BAT 
$21,000 

MAUDE DOBSON, Cfr-5676 
ELSIE OBRIEN, 47T-3090 

$13,900 

Abaolntely gteamlng t-bedroom. 
older hca fmeed 


STEVE MOONEY 
3e-77&l 24 HRS. 


W ETC, ETC 
ae ANYTtUe. 
YARD 


1500 SQ. FT ?! 

SPLIT-LEVEL 
4 BEDROOMS 
1ST TIME ADVERTISED 

Are yau totoing for hoatodHag 
realty aatoto? Hava yau aaar 
mam a ta i -laiat hea adtk 4 
ham betoaoi oa Ifea upa toMt. 

Including a magnUlclenl master rin~. a 
hadraa to ora it'xii' elUi aa* ra. i«am. 
vmll-ta-waJI* T Ota bto' b only 1 |■nt uMta 
ra*a aM. bto It la a will laa The fi- 
"*• 51 !^. ■!*^.'** bukt with n 


SOOKE OCEAN VIEW 
WITH SWIMMING P^OL 


towae ta quiet 

Y to—h» w, mstn 
« btotto ta tady 
oe ta many 
^ heatoa* aung. 


4169 BRACKEN AVENUE 
LAKEmU. SCHOOL AREA 

Brand aaw, 1 a ei dra tam — ratoei 
aa aaltc htohrwom. Jtaagta in iwn 
nxwa wtih Braatort Rtabto i 
addlboanl batovnmi oa grade level. 
Prtead to Ita.&i 


floir IP erflint Bieqlan aad inoct 
stereo stwakert. 3 large kataea 
AaUhg prior dlLdBL Try ya oOer 
Viaag by MgtaraMg oeiy 
Arne Cony Lh*! Rea taMn 


older _ ___w 

gantaw Eatoloto aeon^adatiiin 
for laiv family. New turaace, 
wiling, etc. 

ELSIE O’BRIEN 

MAUDE DOBSON 

388-4401. 477-2080, 6585676 

XXXXXXXXXX.XX 

•’HOMEPINDERS" 

• MEN'S DIVISION’’ 

xxxxxxxxxxxx 

OAK BAT WILLOWS 

$22,900 — $2000 DOWN 


■ramv ttoi haae we n 
Near mfiooii end 


es Happy Valley. High iriadi 

3ta ita vtoh vtow. ■.!« 

AJtT FKAIBB dn-taST 


High QutodrB taapl aca Labata UVr dtoa 

iJSSSaa-SpilS^S'hAS 

I —*to**** toora snake tato. Deatda di li e w ay 

l***3*4ta C ta dta ta «wA^ Own*- tr ae w toi a d aa 
I—taito^to laU at only et.m Better burryii 
:^uia toor—oatod ba yewr tooicc 
to (Na etoge. Rlgti baanta aiilh JPrrv kffTnPATI 
ronghad-ln bathnwin. rarporL love- MiKfcAU 


EXECUTIVE HOME 
PRESTIGE AREA 

Spactoiw reetdence In lovely torta 
letUBg. KMertato tti^ ataed livtiw 
rooBi, leyuiaii total room, uv 


2163 CENTRAL AVENUE 
Oak Bay. 2 _b(ton. tuane. Saewrata 
dlntog na. Haw OCH Bntam. FaB 


jnrtcc meet. CM Hn HcLewL 


LOOKING FOR VALUE? 

Drive hy er aak year ewn aatauaw 

2045 HAIDEY TERRACE 
VACANT - ASKING $29,700 

ta aa arm to lave^ tagaa. a* • 

lawtowta toL iffialtol tta l-ya 
a hone h ra m w to rewtod 
living, g bta uu iaa 2 hwtoeea^ 
itargc water-vivw aadei*. iwnHled 


lut 1 down) with a targe 

■ dtata lea - Ita 
to - ff yOi ban heea 
to 8 yeaie. hwea goad 
aad aa hwae of abmt 

er month Uili can be 


C. J. MeLBOD 
REALTY LTD. 
2230 OAK RAY A\T 
3B2-3i«l 


ESOUnfALT -- nLBOO 

tarn tog hat Veil 
taetoiMi d Vtaw to Brat to Ita 
de Puea ol Otynta Mta. 


COUNTRY ESTATE 
NORTH SAANICH 
4 ACRES, $9,909 

A rlnniler drtveaay through 
heavy galM, tatcei you i«al a 
profuilon c( floweri and •hnibt la 
Ihla S year oH Cape Cod home. 
Ito iquare feel on main flour 
with a JPxir llvint roam, t or I 
large betoaoma Prtvate toaHc tor 
tbe Pm* meoa gneWiw for Ttad. 
Proaarty la Touto mat ta 
Baity tram aad *i!y a tart alrek 
to Dawntta Stay, oa — 

BOB HAGUE 
385-7781 24 HRS. 


to.M — Ttoatdifal be me to ladtoaa. 
ibaiata. itoi «. IL aim. baa Tta 

complated lait year 11 ACRES, tia t -4 
424 n OB road, good grazing and (water Drl' 
2 btototoalli 3 M 

977 ElkwQod, corner of Oldfbld. - - ■ 

Cal! „ 

_ USSHOMO MOUdBg M — I 

Mlli er dTS-iaa ever* 


PWVATB BiOA. lAMt BB.X 
Ikitrlci. Only five ndnaa wtok to 
eU irtai to wArato. Ifl ratox 
Uivvareto. llcama hoa wMb luu. 


OPIM TOR naPtaCTlOH OfiaT 
S BEimOOlB 
FULL BlgBHEirr 
LOW DOWN PAYMENT 
'HtADBS CDtaC'ikklll' 

tkonDUTB riiinitaiiii ip 

MBQJBD 

gUBSmUBY FIMAJICUIG 


den aiH large nwara narn, exira 
paved parking for boat or mmper. 


[GOING OUT DRIVING? 

to took thru. 


Call me end anwaa* to took thru. 

G. E. BUS RYAN. 3SS-34U 

<i'l ta tou* itolhla U mtatai 


D-Bi To aaa this family boa today 
call 

JACK TURNER now at 
385M35 

P.R. BROWN A SCR4S LTD. 


iMn OtriBTAMOlftl 
Ibedroomi. plodtai 
ikwgi nwapm raa. ■ 
rvport toWdodk. a 


m HOCTE8 TOB SALE m HOCTE9 FOB BALE 8Bi HOCTEg FOB SALE I2S9 ROUSES FOV SALE ISM BOUSES FOB SALE ISM ROUSES FOR SALE 


Sails Colonisl. Vlctorlo, B.C., Sundoy. April 12, 197Q 


BROADVIEW PROPERTIES BROADVIEW PROPERTIES 
1039 JcAmoo SL 1039 JohMOk St. 

384-8001 384-80Q1 


D. F. HANLEY 
AGENCIES 


1293 DOOCLAS STUVT 

ta-m 


IDEAL FAMILY HOME 
GCHNG TO THE 
OLD COUNTRY 

Thii ]B prebabiy ]iiH vrtial ywi 
wont! 4 tr»taw dwalaato bam 

mant. tmaaatata matota wi 
iaege M ta toa to ad aekaato 
iPrtre BMM Phta ta ■( — 

FRED RULLT 

NEW EXCLUSIVE 

roay DO-A«p towtaea. 1 bad- 
rowaaa t xa utta 4 ra g raa wOi 

•totaaa. toita ^wwi ta kato- 
waod tonea liriwiia toy wita 
tow tmwM raortgige Oam to 
ihtotat ta eaw Hrrtea. taftw 
tolly BoOm Pa view ta ssttai. 

JESSIE McGrath 


$1,000 DOWN 
’Two S^edram Genu 

1 ATBOJCK ARB*— t ». taace. 

(uU bltoi kamroeat. atoo <B btal, 32 
raaa, tat Mi ft. daw, dtav 
cvndmnL tlT.SKI. 

2 SHELBOURMS AREA— Y to 

iUitar la ipattam - Hg 

■vta taa aad tada laBng 
amw Ctaad ta tol amoata 
beaidlfid homea Ttad to tain 
ta awwer ta oeta 

Rqlh Oieia iwelt ixvnei can be 
bought «utap mth ta.OOO riown bat 
al SLM yaw taa bava mm Inronm 
over fl.m aawtaly and good 
ktaL Wto'i Ooe tawto Ctol 
quidtiy oa thmm SM- 8 Hn 
ROY HINC54CLIFFE 
RON TRUESDALE 


TRY Sr.flBO DCWN!" 

Rotety a tautlM. Ihd m v city 
bungtoew Hw Ikta. Oh tandocapto 
graundi eo qulM rrauttoitlil ilrtet, 
for to Utlta! Pak bail I lawill heavy 
wtaWE eitar ptawbing. dti««-lh 
j^aravta dozent of axtrasi IIT.SOD 

BEv McArthur 

384«>01 Airtime 

B.C LAND 

& INSURANCE AGENCY 
L’ID. I 

922 Govenunoni SL BMMII 

'aratag &C torn MV* 

WILLOWS 
OAK BAY 

ItoH bwttt 5 -fcm aUtona tatawataw 
In hoaiitHu; cewdititoi. 

iMta CMtatata to a ttawgbhai, 
^ . . tota^ rag ta J 

caktool kttrtien. 2 bedremv aad 4 -' 
piece hathraam. Full cemeat haw- 
ment. driva-ta vraBi, auumatlc idl 

Hevwred. eoygito atoa. dtak apta' 
kaam. Oa to Haack Drtva ta 
beach. Exdiulve LAdtag 
Pttaa tMiMi 

Csll Mr. Hope, 

388-S5SS Aiiytioie 

I 

RETIREMENT HOME | 

$18,004 I 

In Eaetomait. dtoc to ectaca. 
?»aat-_ Mopptag Itaproved lot. 
Large L.R. wA p.p. Modn large 
kliehtat. 2 gaod B.R.'i ta Thra 
haa. Cepper Tritdng. «-Pee. bath. Tnfli 
boarmenl wKn dCueto ^rama ard. 
B.R In batonoL to aa ta CM u a 
To vtaw imll I 

D. L. MAODONELL I 

'384-4962 388-5555 


D. F. HANLEY 
AGENCIES 

2233 DOUCLAS STREET 
■B-TTC 

2 AaOUR SERVICE 

CRISP NEW LimNG 
$25,000 

There ii a homey feeling the 
moment you etep tnrlde thla 2 
bedruota wdlt kvW bume 
Gleailllng floort lead the way 
from tbe entrance hall to a 
comfortatale Uvlog ranm wlttl 
Reman totak flnylac*. Separate 
dining room overtooka a baaud- 
kdly laMapto ardtaa- IMMy 
otfllty laoDi tol atep-m<we toaMm 
Lorga tatveiB gataw a . Lota to 
rwa tar wmtaita wm Neatly 
laatorapid kd ta mmo ta 
tiidt tree! al rear. Clute to ail 
canvaatamwA tirii woi't toM a 
rail m new Tkade taco this beauty 
thru eur Ouaratoaed total Ser¬ 
vice. AifclBg amOy OS.m 

JOHN BARTON 
385-7761 


NEAR ’THE SEA 
Aw bldcr hetne la a 

Daia M., srida atoi 


la^ ron mi, 2 baaro oma new 3 BEDROOMS 

1 ^- iniLta ™ ^ cto-de-eoZ 

JESSIE MeGRAIH 

boa Tiiiiddiiafina Hvtag racw^ 

dlntog ram face ta toOMto 

NEWPORT AREA Full haaeraa witb rumpm roeea 


3 bediTXMi, excellent cod- ftinhS^xita^TiS'irfta^ 
fttmctlOT. FuU beieiDBlt, bomr that li priced right 

D a aat tae avetolda at mmmi 
not WBter nest, tpBCioug able imwa. 

quality home. Phone BILL PRICE $28,950 

P^REY. 384^. 


Montreal 

Trust 

1057 Fort St. 

"Comptete Baal Eita Service 
Aeroai Canada" 

THE SALESMAN 

What am Ifca lalaaaaB do for the 
buyert 

He will brlnf to hh nladantailp 
wllh the proapecllve buyer hla 
knowledge of the preient real eitole 
market aad Me pe n nwtlei available, 
aito wtB apply Oita knotoledge In 
maetlag (be aata to tlw buyer In a 
wMrtt to actoeuleaal letaualMHty 
He wS prawtat hoaec avaMde 
iTPikMIy aad hoaaatty. A goed raal 
eetale deal te a good deal for helh 
buyer and eellet. and Ihe competeid 
uMoeta Md Mdmww to mat<A 
ncede with Cie iiaea aSerad to tha 
beet iBteraolj to hoUi pa eUf 

When buying, awrk WTTB a good 
utaiBtato ta give him the 
opportunity to ha Ip tog ytai. 

Oto mloma are gaod tatooea. 


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SIMPSONS-SEARS 
cLon TO ALL anmno and 

SCtmCKS. Ideal ratkatad 
homa — a betawmai — Mm 
ranm wib araptoat - .tob I 
baowBcat — OOM best AtoMc 
n«. 9 n. 

JESSIE libsGRATH 


THE’OS uEiLmrs 
ONLY $35,500! 

4 BECeOQMS 

•aw wata yaa itaa a m ui t pa to 

TW pm ea ta taaai taa to 

ca* TM la a ■yaojtad baww 
rutaa tadA (to flta piatawi oorar , 

1.360 a (L to notaMBiewt llvia; 

With drive-ln garage and rumpoi la I 

the fuU haaaeto taindeck ovaw 
Knkuto tto trad TtoSM lot CaB 


C 

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REALTY 

Matae ani, tr Jakao SL. 3 SStni 

ta «U Bcanao Ava.. Btaf 


NEW) NEW! NEW! 
COMPARE AND BUY! 
ONLY $35,900! 
aimme LIKE STARDOST atota 
f» Artota trae - g «ai ha de- 

Sq 

tatdq wdta t eeptoi ta Mtadato 
AOntotaa WH IIK FINBPLACB to 

living roa — lovely ilghUng 
fixturet la ihe dining room — 
ipartoiu yg ■* ■■ wkh breaktaid 
area ta MBNON KAHOUANT 
mbtotoP — mto^ hett tara a da m 
tojB ag ga^ta, bta - 2 

SEn nooDi ta tawna sd- 

BOCIftt NCW AND KKADY PDB 
TWl tor onlT |B.ae CaJ) toMIBL 
GLADTCE McLURE 


BRENTWOOD 

A good tU^ buy oe .46 to an acra 
teauotng 4 bwtaaana. t^dtaiwd 
I’vtaB Rta ertb StcpIaaB and 
dtaing raecn wQb odeeft eft 1 
balbroema. tartly Bedtato ran 
ram. Addag SUB Od WtolL 

BRUCE MelLROY 


ROCKY POINT V.L.A. 

Solid neai 2-bedroam hrae. 9m- 

idto tarw^. Ou i • aa«K wolta 


DON'T BE CHICKEN 
CALI, RIGHT NOW 
TOMMY W1LS(X4 
385-7761 or 385-6241) 

Lei a taw you tbb Inng, low 
tai dto rtataer. Ttuee bedritaa. 
■real taetaa mtalderi Jivtog aad 
diatag itaM wifc ttoviam. Ltoe 
to taae to the htaebce ler fknfiy 
natliig IRBHea on Ar taalti fleer. 
Dilvi to pnge- Orm* pnr awn 
^ gtibira, mg ya aim (ta. 
ttom a great Mg taSy tataced 
hoclryatA Atota ctoy Csm wRb 
tMHI 

$19,950 

DOESN'T ANYONE 
UNDERSTAND??? 

An awful lot to Itoka dea't hoi 
■ayha yia iiitawawl whai 

ROOD VALITE ti afl aboot! 
Believe me. Ihla i-bedrocn home 
(irriniiely boa va^to el fSJM 

■wtaa^taa^ tadmiM 

Utah Wtf-toailmriBia ta 

wood panelling. Kltcben ta tab 

radavtaiari mk waii.m ewm ta 

counter range—fabuloui farcakfait 
and tatnlJy raa wHh irtgbt 
Corkw floon. Hot tody tc flw 

hmaa tamadhaa cwatataHe ta 

converdent—BUT K la alas GOOD 
BOLDING PfIOPBRTT! Lai mr 
ebow yim toteata 

BARBARA JENSf^ 

3854t761 


BOORMAN 

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INVCSniENT oa LTD. 

VICTORIA WEST 
TWO HOUSES 
ta 4 mm bmwainwa, aaa rata 
for ffS per msnta. ta atoar odr 

for occupancy. With reesoeiaMe 

dra* jiytarat the iiawi wdl 

carry the tall balance al tUS per 
mtoUh at I par emt tatereot Act 

PRICE ONLY C93B 

OTAR CORHIRB OT-TBQ W JglglW 


,$23,900 $23,900 ^ 

' NANCY RANKS on. loer 

i Let me show you a Sroom, hoene baa m aawpn^iy pita 
Ino-bajement home that has atatad^ e? ? VSaaS 


Ino-baaemenl home that has! 


$3,500 DOWN 

1 tadlmiii antoep rawtoiei’, mtatloiM 
BM itaBB wkb owlarr taptaca 
wdlL. mataw brigM * *■ ■» - » (ftcra 
aad Mdoa halito adi wdh tolitty 
roan tof Laataapad yard wtai 
mhy VaB uam and tatadauae. 
Cined ta aB itato lemto. CM m- 
mi 

BRUCE MclLROY 


•WDWJ’’ I 

Liviog roma. OMog taww. m u aw. I 
P.W Utuily andTUhOA m a 
r^MBUDi 

3»4«ei AnytinK 

RETIREMENT SPECIALS 
J ubileeiSimpdODA-Stani 

Lai *e Blew yaa thra totta or 
htoh to Iheie coiy rata*. Hree- 
hedraam nryelep hungaluwi Jud 

luted. Cta ta uitoM «tm iw 

both. Walking dtetance to ahopa 

tiiitottal aad ^w. 

CONNIE REYNOLDS 
3M9001 !»■ Rea. 592-3006 

"DRIVl BY * 

■I piamtof' riiie baW iiaii SAatfe 
taniy htaa or LBCAL DtffUX 
Try mm e»r- AtoAg KtJM 

BEVMcARTHUR 
38A8001 Anytime 

2.BEDROOM STARTER 


IN STONEY 

Rra 1 ItaiJim haa Ftoatoam 
vrith ndart alate tonrth. Oiatowta 
cabaet kitehen. large uttttty- Aw e e. 
batb VowWtan aomim. Bta ~-y—M-f 
to tvliB Anifto aito tbea has OOII 
he aL eea aala t rawl wiam- **— 'r 

A true family beta et 630 . 606 . 

NORBEN CtTraaKRT 
38 S-T 521 e 2 -lTa 9 

SBAVIEW 

Am> VALLEY VIEW 

New * tan tngalDW MR aq. 1 L 
Large Betag ram ewd toiftig 

room. Family als kitchen with 
utility off, 3 bedfooma aad dtra or I 
bedrooma 4 and S-pea. btanara 
Large lot f 2 S.UO.aO. To view. ptaOi 
can DRLMAS BOEGI. Sd-T^ or 
6 St' 39 t 1 . 


' HORSEY PEOPLE 
GOLPEKS, SBCLUDERS! 

Thti Italy 6 th ama In Mtaiocic 
tah ITs tea grade IM mt- B. Pan- 
a-buda randiir eodd ba yor oup to 

“ ASKING $33,500 

AnoOwr Colwta Oi a toij qwclaL 
■ 6 -fSa onyttaw 

LOVELY OAK BAY 
CLOSE TO UPLANDS 

Otm in tha no. raoptoag and 


damraled 
bar alta ^jmtT to llvtog apace 
Hr yawr lamOT- Rfts ii kig raa; 
MArag dbdag tmaa lar tamin- 
tog yoor trtada t tom taikieoina 
•M _4 m tatty fiiilh. Large 
RXtohed-to mnpwi raam aad 3 pee. 
bath to (weenal DtteeAa eanaa 
PRICE 6 B.S 60 

For Aiiler toharaalta 
etone e raB; 

MBS. TOV« UHLCnr 

ma-mi m-ioa 

im COVCSRMBRT sTssrr 


MUST BE SOLD 

Siwctum and brtgbl. 6 hed r oume 

f lua I ILL la Bit totJ hamenL 
talm owuqoa enii la tfw iiwag 
ram wtoh ilra^ae nttag raa 
with taliB gtora draft to wwdoefc. 
Di luxe kHctoen with eating erm. t 
batamaa mJM tag IMIB 
BRUCE MclLROY 


GORDON HEAD 
CLOSE TO PARK 

(toee anna a ttoae thsa Hvad a 
haotame prtoce. IHi eaoga waa 
dbtag ewd bcoatnri - But toe 
dory CBA arall. Toa vned to knra 
atMot ywar hae. Bert ora toa 
torti. 

Three he d ro o ma on Hw mats (toor. 
Uvtog raem ItalS. 
tomai aomth touptoae. 

DMng Tan wito madeck A 
Large four-plrce balhnxrm. 
Cupboardi jplora to bright kUehen. 
RIgh canowl hatoram. I 

Room lar toaatb be draoa ru 
Two yeori youag. I 

Oa la wAoeto and tadverdly. I 

FULL nucx toAM 

WHh Terww 

JOHN WA’TSON 

6W-2ni fTT-kSTT 

Mtaaal Ttoitt 

m OLIVE ST ! 

$12 ,990 W!ITU$3.SI» DOWN | 
AND BALANCE TO 
VENDOR AT 9% PER 
CENT. $135 PER MONTH 
PAYMENTS. 

nto Btdid stucco FairfieM 
Cottage with low taxes on a 
quiet street has a nice 
ganteo, new roof and heavy 
duty wiling xrith no steps to 
climb. Esceilent but sv- 
vice. 1 Mode ta shopirne. 3 
blocks to waterfront, $ 
blocks ta Beacoa Hill Park. 

FOR MORE FACTS CALL 
TREVOR MILSTED 
38&^U or 385-1171 

WELCOME SIGN! 

A ROOM OP MY OWN 
PRICELESS CHARM | 

HOME 

Like a stately palace, H 
offers the dignity, and com- 
foit ttatot you desire. 

AT A VERY LOW PRICE 
In an area that radiates the 
friendliness of happy young 
famflies. 

NO COMPROMISE 
Dad will like the easy 
mamteaisee. Mother wfll 
tali ia love witb the Buperfa 
kitchen, and the kids will be 
so hapcgr in this neighbor¬ 
hood. 

IF YOU DESIRE 
te provide enough room for 
a graivtag family. Here's a 
plaee kletoUy suited for it. 
FIVE BEDROOMS , 

Two 4-pce. baUmomi and 
one powder room. 

CLOSETS — CLOSETS — 
CLOSETS 

for mama — papa — and 
bailt-ta desks for the kids. 
FAMILY ROOM 
with sBdiag glasA door lead¬ 
ing to park setting patio. 

A WOMAN'S DREAM 
of a kitchen with handmade 
cabinets, retractable aerring 
coi M to ai , nook with staola, 
built-in dishwasher, (a r- 
burator, lots of counter 
space, lovely view of the 
garden. 

YOUR LIVING ROOM 
witb gemi-expoaed beams, 
leaded wnalowa, aatural 
stone artisticaJly finished 
raised fireplace. Mirror 
gleam hardwood floors, 
same in the guest size 
dining Foom adtti a lovely 
view of tae pariclike setting 
garden. 

PEACE AND QUIET 
is what this hiane offers to 
people who amst Botnetbitig 
different, a home with 
chaitater aad home to be 
proud of! 0 cu 4 >aacy can be 
imediate or ta a tew 
months New listing. Values 


UST YOUR HOME WYTH 
W. G. MOORE 
Sn-CTO S86-21U 

OAK BAY 
2 OR 3 BEDROOMS 
$71,500 

Baaa to tha raraiS otartB boa on 
k qtoig toieOL tta to mW moat 

taaT* JSSSS ^***t^**eata^ 

lautoMa ta 4a toi mma 

OAK BAY 
3 BEDROOMS 

$25,200 I 

Dandy, older (but not tm toil 
(oinlty bomc, doae lo Avenue 
fhapping. to CKCtolato anodltion. aad 
oath a niaelal ebaraa. So etooe to 
averrthtoa yww tartoly anuli Mil 
tore letoa ton. Lot me taw ne 
•a iiiaaiitoiimd ratoR artrawratai 
to ttta tooae Call Iton Wataoa. toS- 


MLS REALTOR " 


ELK LAKE 

BOATINC OB SWDtoQNC - 

LAKE VIEW * 

REDUCED - $34,909 
EASY TERMS 
If you ora interetted in a aeor-aoH. 

gnclom S tatoaa htoaknv ta 

Biia lofiB w 4 U treed ito mt wall 
i«ck Ira tha raatt toraw read 
—ttatoa rata wBi 

moot attrartJva flrapta, oB to 
wall rurpec wd aaratoue etow 
orlndewB. 

—Utra mortoni Utoton toDi tomfly 
dtota area, atoa aStoawU 

^mwa rataace. ggtoca wotoi- 
raoca. wade toaai tanaara. aton 
taatoaaaag Ita tota 

tomlttoto — taly poraaka — ta 
extra dtalto toaom rail 

C. A (CUPW) ANDERSON 

3 S 4 -SUB or Rm. « 7 T- 3 aH 

UPLANDS OPPORTUNITY 

Here to Ow tan la hw Uiat 
komt you ham alwan moiiag tn 
ta loetoy UtaKto Btoilii to (tofc 

• sgwetln 3 - 

>1» M tta tota w to\ 
sate. Otatta bunt ta ton matt 
onar. It withna a Bne haraa tor 
dataaiier tomiy iitih tooraga 
taMta. Aa oamettota bw at 
CBly— 

tu.soo 

See tt today' F^ detilla raTI 

ss 4 «i 26 c. An u n amt tn-awi 


TRUST CO. LTD. 
HILLSIDE 

SHOPPING CENTRE 

VALUABLE PROPERTY 
HILLSIDE AREA 

Tra can hao* tatk gtaitara 

of tmrn aolld 2 batata ^ta. 
laiee IhMg na wttoBrratai. 
taal dm dtotOB raaa ami 
brtgbt Httaa. (to Imat vta 
oUe coa ra i ito. Vtf mmm eta 
aa M atodos wtoe to fbta 

KELLY NEMETH; 4n-4641 
WALTER CHEKX: €»M87 
OFF 386-2961—24 HRS. 

CENTRAL SAANICH 
EXCEU^ENT SEAVEEW 


S » * T g [ 

kllrhen. 3 b^droomi phn fuUy 
developed haoement wlh 2 more 
hedrnnma, large recreatlra nxn 
and a pc. bath. All tldi on a .4 
acre lot which la preiently 
V.L.A Prlcad at SM.BOO. T« 
view phone: 

WALTER CHECK; 698-S687 
KELLY NEMETH; 477-4641 
OFF: 3SB-2961-St BRS.k. 

ESQUIMALT SEAVIEW - 
2 BR. — SlS.ffiO! 


DESIRABLE DUFFYIRIN 

AM OM BAY ABBA WBBb: A 

15* OF PE(Mn,E WOOU) UKS 
TO LIFB. smMS, TRAIBFOOT, 
SCBOOU AU. MEABBY. 

Prioe S2i.9D0-$6.au dota 
Bgftitat p r w Ht flnenobtg 

Aa appraNaa taw to oMto OM 
oq A total Baor wito tara 


! 

MR. ROST 

OST.: 3852961 » 

RES.: 6&ft-549D >* 

BEACON HILL PARK! 

A exanfortabto (uu bamment 

hoOM with toa LB. tolUi ay 
nraptOM, aeparato dtotoa rooen. 
Thto« to I hadrata on m«tii 
oai a mtao a Bto rata hral. 

Drive by BBi a-io g««« ami 
oM. 

MR. ROFT 

OFF. : 386-2961 
RES.; 6SB-549B 


MMMMMMMMMM 
M JOHN MOLYARD IJ 

M AGENOES LTD. M 

M 1964 Oak Bay Ave. it 
M 3864175 anytiiDe M 

MMMMMMMMMM 

DOWN! DOWN! DCRnf! 
$L500 — $1,500 DOWN! 
2036 MelviJte Dr., Sidiwy 

□foVB n TBv WBsnym ahd 

CAU. M E FAg T. m a YBB 

um ■IXXBB KIMX aa imts 
LOW DOWK PAXlBln', FUCB 9 
AT OB. tog a HKHKKIMH. IXPAib- 
ATK D tattoQ ABD UVIMQ ROOM 
WITH nitePLACB, TOtL BASP 
MVRT. LMtCE LOT. LOW TAIOta 
DIAL hto«IT 4 ANYTIMK ANYTIME 
AT ALL ASK FOB ROUA NICOLIT 
PAYMENTS LESS THAN RENT « 

DRIVE BY AND HUY 
1800 RICHARDSON 
PiUt^ AT OEtM. TBS a A 

--.-M, .-.V. . — 


1417 FINLAYSON 
CEDAR HHJ. golf 
COURSE 

TH a ta JBsnc NEW aoME 
VAtnilC PIQB YOU. tr QUA 


I COUNTRY SQUIRE? 

2.3 ACRES 

I 3>6-Mi;e CIrcte 
. 'NSW KitCLuarrs LtenNc> 

Have a yen to ke « OotoMn 
Sotoret Ita* to taw a tarai Bra 
taat raWito WMC tofttatoa. tor 
aatttt. 4ie«p. tot* taf^^a ran 
chance to have oU tta tora 1 
■nagnlBrairi fetae ahtatang to 
tnei, tanao. flrami ata ai| tto 
■Mot BtariUm amochtad wW 
pi^y •etng. Ctaita tavrwoj 

aag. -ag’Brtra 

toatucra a toege Ivtoi rata witt 
•pra taDlara. mOm Hta Lavtoi 
kUdwto Tw* totataTteg Mh 

rvauA Large raB Wtodoi it^taa 
with fltatiiaaa IMb toraa m totaa 

be^^ ikii ad. Wbg aot tova^wi 
call to v 1 «» this nnptay* Ota 
tlUo, > 101 ) prtoad at Cull ja 

aits aaytine, 

J(^ Ifolyard 

BY BUILDER IN ODLWOOL 

enu. braiftlful. raw Motaon 
boiM. tahto 1 Htaa to at 
Bchooto. ta tataln EBta raa 

Hotoi flraplaoe, and wtaf mmi 


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28 BlUtt Victoria, B.C, Sundoy, April 12, 1970 


?M ROUSES FOB SALE 


MAYFAm 

REALTY 

LTD. 

. WOODWARD'S Maytolr Centre 
SU3 DolUlW St. 3W-29M 


~ 3.28 ACRES AND HOME 
271 DURRANCE RD. 

DRIVE by! and then call to eee this 
ininl4ann. Two bedrooma on main 

e ua room for two more In lull high 
iMRienl. Aiklng 134.SCO — price 
and term* flexible! R. FROST, 386^ 
' Sbad cr 438-S)W7. 


WATERFRONT 
POSSIBLE VLA 
I4t the wh ole laoi lly e njoy e wl"v 
iiiing asrf boating at yoatr tmei 
dooratep. Situated on a beautiful 
lakafroni lot. juit mtnutee from 
town. tUf i-bedroem Iriuf home 
oHera big 13 IL living room wlih 
fireplace and picture windown 
overldddiis the water, leparale 
dining room, vanity bathroom, 
family Mze eteetrlc kltrtien, baee- 
menl. ^rage, and large (undeck. 
Aiklng price of ol^ ^.SOO sffera 
excapflanal value. Call nw now 
FR/^K BOUSFIELD. 
rei. 473-1000. 


ITili la a ehacce to baiy a 
landmark. Lsge alinulated atone 
houae. large living room, stone 
flreplaee, dudng room, tdg Mtohen. 

BRa and 3 hathtooma. Main 
htthroom oould be gilit to eneatc 
enauile unit. Seawicw from master 
BR. About tm.OOO down with new 
nvMisBge available cr try your 
trade or meitagct ir igvtnac 

proptfty. (My gB.KO. F Wills, 388. 
4(71 


386-»5S 


VniY PAY MORE? 

par cent lalereat 1100 


TV par cent lalereat, 1100 per 
monUi. UOO sq. ft of beautifully 
cared far home. Oak floora living 
loom, dining room aad hall. Modem 
kitchen and nook. 3 bedrooma and 4- 
bathroom. Fully developed 
IMve-ln garage Try 
vour down payment — total price 
onl^^gRM. JOHN O. TISDALLE. 


1.3 acres with potential wbdlvialefl. 
Existing 1 or l-bedrom cottage 
rents tor 8U Wwicahop near houm. 
CMae to town. Good garden area, 
lyy your down paymant. Could be 
.adc Into a lovely property. AMdng 
313.300. Intddentally, Uiu property li 
the key to a huge luture aib- 
dliAMon, and you could aeJI (or a 
handaome pnmt In the figure. Call 
Willi at Whlttame’a. 3e8-«n or «n- 
€823. 


» pee. ball 
Mioment. 


REDUCED 51,000 

This li a One heme with two targe 
bedrooms co mala floor. Nice 
corner M with drtve-tn garage, 
sundedi tuna from the side to rear 
of houae. Home la located In the 
Gorge-Tllllcum area New 
tI3.9BI with tei 
3I«-79SB or 4T3- 


«a New price 
CaU R. PROBT. 


510 SUMAS 

A imUler 3-n>om plus home close 
to bus, thopplng and town. Level lot 
with lane at rear. V< 
quid! pooeaalan. Detal 
FRANK BOUSFIELD 
ret. 47»-1000. 


Fen low taxes, 
itairs^^^CBlIlng 


514,900 — 114.900 

Varioui down paymenti conaldered 
for thla tnunaeulate modernized 
- compact hcane of 4 rooms, baae- 
meni, tLA. heal. Small easy care 
dly loL (QiMlIflet In all leipeda 
for Prov. Covt. 2Dd mtgc of S2S00 
available to you U you have been 
renting for i yeart.) Should sell to 
nm qttaliried aetioui seeker of low 
coal, high value hoait EXCLUSIVE 
with MR RU^ELL, 3S6-29SS cr, 
nighta phem 583-3348 


S15 MACLEOD 

Very clean S-bedmom imaller 
home. Stucco exterior, Mcc aundeck, 
handy In bus. this ll an excellent 
renlsJ unit. Try your cash offer to 
313.500. View by appolnlment only. 
Details from PRANK BOUSFIELD. 
586.2855 or res. 478-1000. 


HARRY 

FOSTER 

LTD. 


OPPOSITE "The Bay” 

1733 Douglas 333 2101 


ONLY 512,950 

1 OR 2 BEDROOMS 
BASEMENT — 0.0.M 

^situated on a large lot vrith luture 
potantla] and pteuly of fruit trees, 
'-this S-room bungalow wih full 
beaemeni. extra bedroom, dude and 
one-piece bathroom must be sold. 
Can be shown by appotnunent <mly 
,10 phone now to: 

■•ARMY" ARMSTRONG 
382-2101 RES. 479-2855 


MT. VIEW AREA 
“543 WHITESIDE” 
LOVELY 3 BEDROOMS 
LOVELY TREED LOT 

13 years old g-room stucco bunga 
low with lull basement One owner 
— In absolutely spotless condilion. 
Vtry attractive floor plan plus 
finished room In high boaemenl. A 
reslly fine loir shrubs, trees and 
hedge offer some secluolon and 
privacy. Your oem house taken In 
Irede Full price 328.300 

HERB HODGSON 
382-2101 RES. 382-3835 


SM HOUSES FOB SALS 


J. H. WHITTOME 
k CO. LTD. 


7W Fort St. ElUb'd 1338 

Day or Night Sgk-4?nL 


Victoria. Duncan, CSiemalnua 


BUILDER’S SPECIAL 
lO-COLUMN COI/JNIAL 
4 BEDRS. — 2 BTHRMS. 


GORDON HEAD 

7 per cant Mortgage Onanolng on 
this 3'13-year-old S-bedroom bun 
^ow with developed basement. 
I^ga lot 332,300 Don Banm. 3K5 

34it 


4660 CORDOVA BAY ROAD 
COUNTRY COTTAGE 


A COUNTRY HOME 
NEAR THE CITY 
NEARLY POUR ACRES 
EIGHT PER CENT 
FINANCING 

A home you would be proud to own. 
Secluded stmoeidiere with magnifi¬ 
cent vlem. Paaiure, trees, rodferiet 
orchard .garden. This home is both 
ipadoua and gradous. Inlaw suite. 
Just leeldBg an outlet for energy 
and creativity. Literally ihouaande 
ddlare worth of woodworking 
tools and equlpmeid. garden trador 
and other appliances and lleeni too 
numerous to menttoe ENJOY this 
fantastic property and let your 
grandchildren reap the rich rewards 
of future lUbdlvldiDg. 120.000 cash. 
Osmer will carr) Agreement of sale 
lor ^5,000 si 3291 per month 
Including eight per cent Interest. 
The line forms to the right. Call 
Don Bacon 385-2458. 


TOWN AND COUNTRY 


A quiet lonattofi — and a deligtitful 
garden kit — adds to the charm e( 
tMs Immaculate 2-BB home for the 
retired couple. Oose lo shopping 
and tranaportation. Realistically 
priced at a.SOD. 

HARRY WOOD. 388-1371 


ALL THIS FOR 
ONLY 515,900 — LANGFORD 


Modem stucco bungalow, 1040 m. ft 
4 bedims . bright IJl - Family 
Mtchee. 95x100 lenced lot. Work 
shop dl furiwce CsH RUTH 
LtlKAmS — 388-4273 er 4TT-S30E. 


IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 
FOUR BEDROOMS 
GOOD DISTRICT 
Excellent family home. 
24x15 living room is bright 
anci cheerful, family dining 
room, large convenient 
kitchen. Two seta of plumb¬ 
ing. Spacious, high lot. Full 
price 527.900. Dial Cliff 
Stretch to view. Off. 388- 
4271, Res. 592-3969. 


516,900 FULL PRICE 
THREE BEDROOMS 
Close Hi large valuable lot. 
Modem oil heat in crawl 
space. This solid stucco 
home is excellent value at 
516,900. Dial Cliff Stretch. 
Off. 388-4271, Res. 592-3969. 


11! 


Is poaMhle on this exTelleail starter 
home. 2 be d rooms, gnod hi^ 
basement, carpert, large lot. Drive 
bv 1033 Dunford or calf GfCD 
McGntitr 586-2438. Res 4l7agl5. 


aPAaOUS WATERFROBT HOME 
GORDON BEAD 

Architect dnsipied three-bedroom 
home with den for 4tli beriroomi, 
tamlly room and iM bathrooms. 
The entertainmeni Me living room 
and the family room faalure full 
yuan fireplaces and offer panoramic 
views from floor to exiling wtndowe. 
VLA approved. Exceptional value at 
34S.kO0. To view at sjtyUme call; 

MURIEL THOMPSON 


477-2251 res. anytime 3SS-4271 


LARGE FAMILY HOME 
517,500 

Try your down paumrnt tai this 
spadoui 4-bedraom home. New 
stucco, wiring, raef. OOM tmting 
and aluiMniim windows <xi a dead 
eml stmt In Vic W«t. View by 
appt. only with 

mUCE OOLB(}RAVB RES. 388-3302 
BILL ANDERSON RES. 471-6048 
OFFICE 388-4371 


COUNTRY SETTING 
CLOSE IN 

Brand New 5 Bd Rm Family Rome. 
Maximum accommodation at a 
price you can afford. Lg. Lv. Rm 
with F.P. Dining Rm with adjotnlng 
Sundeck — Good Sized Kit. wttn 
Eating Area - 4 Pc. Tiled Vanity 
Bath — D r IV e -I n Garage — 
Roughed-ln Rec. Rm Full High 
Cement Bunt. 

H-W Fin ihreughoul Azktig 325.930 

CALL: GARY MENZEL 
Off. 388-4271 Res. 384-7660 


OAK BAY 
ESTATE SALE 
796 UNKLEAS AVE. 

A ipudous flve-ronm bungala 


with 

fbil basement. A rtiolcc location. 
■ S r 0 11 e s t throughout. Attractive 
living room with fireplace. Dining 
room with lunporch off. Two good 
bedrooma Tiled holhroom. Cabinet 
idichea <XI heaL Garage. Priced lo 
Ml 134.350. Easy financing. Vritdor 
wtL sell under simple Agreement of 
Sale. NO murlgagc required. 

CaD Mr. L. Wright 

38S-2UU Res 479-2158 


FAIRFIELD REALTY LTD. 
608 BROUGHTON STREET 


MUST BE SOLD 

IMMEDIATE 

POSSESSION 

Holt de^rablc tree of new 
homes Drattfcally reduced 
from ttJ.SQB, 4-yr-old bninaru. 
late 3-bedroqm home of I.M 
iq. CL, all first rtaii coiBtruc- 
tint Drivekl garage plus 
carport and ample panilng 
for boat, trailer, etc. Beautl. 
fully lendseaped. S u ndeck, 
rtc-. etc., etc.. Musi be seen 
Went o((«ra Pries now 

529,000 

St.mo or leM wUI handle. CaU 
LSN LEDOUX. 5aS-97C or 382 
3852 


GORDON HEAD 
NEW HOME 

WITH AN IN-LAW WUITE 


Main Floor; 3 Bedrm, Living and 
Dining Rm with Wall to-Wall. Crest- 
wood Cabinet Kitchen. 5-Pee. Bath 
and a laige Sundcck. 

Lower Level: 2 Bedrmi. Living Rm, 
Balhrm. and Sauna Bath. Both 
Living R m a with Fireplaree 
338.900. Owners atll carry First 
Mon. 

EDITH GUTEMAR. 388-4271 


FAIRFIELD 

LARGE OLDER FAMILY HOME 
OR REVENUE 

5 King Sik Redctn. Upstatra Living 
Rm and Den artih Fireplaces. 
Beemed Ccillngx Full BoMmcM 
New Wiring. Plumbing. Faruee 
and Root. An ExcellCDt Buy 
323.500 

EDITH GUTEMAR. 388-4271 


WEST END OF TOWN 
ONE OWNER HOME 
TIP TOP CONDITION 

You have to sec It lo believe giat 
this U-yoar-oM boos has beer lived 
lb. TBe walls. Boon, and f-clurei 
look like new, and the enroer 
fireplace hM never been used. TTili 
is a gnod alaed (UOO sq. ft.) 2-bdrm 
home with a brlglvt toner level that 
has roughed-ln pluinblng Jar aecntnl 
belhroom. A double ovwi rooge and 
all drupes are included lo prine of 
t!S,3Q0. Property Is dear tltte, but 
owners wtK lake morigue iK CiO.QlX! 
at lower than currM rata. For 
Appt to View Call 
WILF DAVIS a8»4m W 08-5218 


4-STAR BARGAIN 
U YEARS YOUNG 
IMMACULATE HOME 

TMs attrecUve. modern home 
haa juri been reduced for 
quid! ealc and b now 
definitely one of today’s best 
buys A real pleaaure to show, 
with 14xim B. Itvtag room. iJurt ^38 minutes drive to a Mew 
inactous e 1 e c i r I e nbinri ' property that provides a modMn it 
kltrboi wlUi ample dtnlng ‘ ITl home of 4 bdran. set on i 
arm with large sindeck off lars* HXI ft- irresenUy dlaplaytng 
plus 2 bedrooms aikl 4-pce • beautiful flowtring (togwood tree 


VIEWS OVER ELK LAKE 
MODERN 4-BR 
HIGH BEAMED CEILING 


HOUSES FOB SALE 


N P 


ASSOCIATES LTD. 


1314 Quadra St. 


3^2458 


A LITTLE HOME 
AND A LITTLE INCOME 
FOR A COUPLE 

side by side duplex conveniently 
•Iluated tor bus and shops Each 
side 79 a one-bedroom apartment 
renting hr tS6. Really attractive. 
Good Mnanelng. 321 000. Don Bacon. 
5tt-34S8 


VERY INTERESTING 

Now hear Ihli: SHuated near the 
Oak Bay Sordm:. and also at the 
border of a BRAND HEW APART¬ 
MENT BLOCK Is this perfectly 
sniind 3-bedroom older bungalmv 
with lull hesement, some work 
needed (prindpally painting) but 
preaeni owner has REWIRED WITH 
100 AMP. SERVICE, INSTALLED 
NEW FURNACE AND COPPER 
PIPING, 'ITke lot 100x135) could 
become very valuable In the not too 
dictajit future. If you have 33.000 
CASH call Don Bacon. 3SS-2438. 
Price 06.5011. 


$2,000 DN. 

UP AND DOWN DUPLEX 

You can't lose. 2 or Vbedroom on 
main floor, also a 3-room suite 
atovas and fridges Included. FtOl 
Price 323.300 Doris Adams 386- 
2488 


tso HOUSES FOR SALE 


ANNE DUGGAN AND 
PETER BARDON OF 
ISLAND PAaFIC 
REAITY LTD, 


SINCLAIR RD. 
SEA VIEW 

- beautiful unobscuKd view 
at Cadbaro Bay 

- enchanting sunny living room 
^latge sap. dlMng room 
-attractive den 

4—poMibly 6 bedrooms 
—4 halhroomi 
—enormout rumpus room 
—ultra modern Utchen 
with garburator and 
(Uihwaahei 
-LUXURY PLUS 
Asking 185,000 Call 38S0231 


TEN MILE PT. 

\ ACRE 
50x18 FT. POOL 

—to live with this luxury pool 
IJ paradise 

- sumptuous living room 

—grand sep. dining 
—master tsKlnum with 
en suite iKumbIng and own den 
—0 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms 
—tamlly room 

-many sun porches and deosi 
—treed lot 

Aiklng only tS,9D0 Call .38S-8231 


TUDOR RD. 

-situated on <me acre 
-over 3500 sq. ft. 

•four bedrooma three balhraoms 
—enormous living room and sep. 

dining room 
—den 

- large kitchen and combined 
lamtly room 
—main floor utility 

Asking 35S.9iU Call SSS-6231 


U-VIC ARBUTUS 

Mcluded courtyard 
—new, attractive, tuncllonil 
-quiet treed lot. fully fenced 
—attractive living roexn-dining ronm 
comfalnalkin 

—large den or TV room 
- larse rumpus room with feature 
fireplace 

—barbeque, on the aundeck 
—ultra modern kitchen with dish¬ 
washer and garburator 
—tout or five bedrooms, thrse full 
bathrooms 

—lOM sq. n. on tha main Boor 
lull basement 

Asking 3M.SIH TRY YOUR OFFER 
Call 38E-ffi31 


GORGE — $4,000 DN. 

—aolkl 2-be(lroom hams 
—full basemen! 

charming living room 
—dr-in garage 
—pretty lot 

End price 319.900 call 38A8231 


OLDER HOME 
ON 1 ACRE PLUS! 

you really find another 


Can 

pfoperiy like this? A sound (rider 
htHfle with 3 bedrooms, large kll. 
with pantry, living room with 
flreplaa, sHiated on a mlnl-orchard 
and tor the full price or only 316,3(0 
again with over an acre of land. 
Phone V. Wong. 385-3458, you'U find 


LANGFORD 
LOW DOWN PAYMENT 


YOU CAN'T EAT 


all the fnilt and berries you will 
harvest from this mlnlalure ordiard 
In Cordova Bay but ycxi wlH love 
living In thla opaclbus. morton 
starter or retirement home. All the 
rooms are large aaid weH-trionned 
for easy rare FuH basement wllh 
extra rocxns. Pturw Glen MnCregor. 
985-2438. Res. 477-3875 for full 
parilculari on IMs cxoepUond value 
at (MLY l».sao. 




COLWOOD 

PER CENT MORT¬ 
GAGE 


BEAT INFLATION Mtd buy (his 
home (4 yean old), conriatlng of 3 
beAina., Uvlng and dlDlng raosn, 
oak Doors. FuB baawment with rec. 
ronan. Drive by 506 l^ren Rd. Open 
offers at 325.900 Call Tad 
CTtartm. 9ltk24fi8. 


SPLENDID VALUE 
QUIET of GORDON HEAD 
No finer home tor the price 
anywtieie to the area. 4 beAiMxne. 
3 hsthreora a . 280 dh. ft. living room. 
Doable urpori. Special den wtth 
flreplra. UnOrMied bUllaitl room. 
See and then try asid britwa the 
price — CT.XB. Dar Gorelde. 


PORTAGE WATERFRONT 

Large, beautiful. weH-buIlt home tor 
the wtHrie CMitily. indudlng in-law 
aiite Told 10 rooms. 2 bathrooms. 

large lot with swimming pool. See 
this today. Ariang tSJjm. Drive by 
3 Brigadoon Place. View Royal 
Call Ted Charires, 385-3458 


HORSE LOVER 
m ACRES 

ml lee frexn town. Spacious .3 
bedroom hosne. 19X17 LR with 
flreptace Wall to wall arpet. 
Dining room, 15X12 supshtne h]( 
Full hose.,, r u m pu I room. Fruit 
Ireea, sea view Terms. 391.500 Call 
Doris Adams. 386^456 


CLARKE & WALLACE 
REALTY LTD- 


63) BROUGHTON 
Acroei from Eatoni 


OAK BAY 

LARGE 9 PER CENT MOR'TCAGE 
AVAILABLE on this Charming 
chalet type tiro bedroom home. 
Close to shops. Iheatce. bus. etc. 
pleiriy of roam lor further de¬ 
velopment. If you are loohlng tor 
(hat "differcM” home, then yoa 
[BUM eee this 

Price 337.(00 

To vtev! phnne Mrs. MacWUllam 385- 
SfM anytime. 


^ ACRE SECLUSION 

Lovaly rantempotary S-bedronn. % 
bathroom home located high on a 
hlH with a beautiful view of the 
eao. trees end mouotatni. Bpaclaus 
living room uiih flow-to-celllng 
flrepiaee and eepnrato dhilng room, 
all with wall to wah arpeltng 
Cabinet elect kMchen wtth man 
floor utaty p4ut full ceecrele 
basement and dcsible carport, also 
eecluded patios, beautifully land- 
Moped — Immaculate eoaditlon. 
Price 337.900 Mra JobnMan, 3B5- 
not 


FAIRFIELD DE LUXE 

3-Bedraom retiremou or family 
home sHuetad on a treed lot In 
good reoMentlai erea. There's 
lovely Hvbig nxan with Mldtng doors 
lo UcMy Large (loir to ceUIng 
fireplace. Separate dMng room. De 
luxe kHdten with Cltallon nbtnelj. 
Oti lower floor there It a beautiful 
carpried den or rumpus roera with 
fireplace. Reil of the basement 
ienos Itself beaullfDVy ftu- to-law 
(Uilr Full price 335.700 with terms 
For further laformatlon cell Leo 
Pigei or John Shaver. 3S5-9I94 
anytime. 


EASY TERMS 
S16,500 

-pretty two beditoom home 
excellent area 
—nice living room 
l.-shaped dining roam 
utility room 

VendM- will carry CaU 388-6231 


2S0 HOUSES FOR BALE 1350 HOUSES FOR SALE 


P. 


R. 


B, 


P. R. BROWN k SONS LTD. 

The PEOPLE to SEE are P.R.B. 

762 Fort St. 38544S5 (24 hrs.) 


UPLANDS 

ELEGANT COLONIAL 
Just on the market and 
awaiting your inspection! 
This beautilui home of 
seven years abounds in 
extras. It is situated on a 
large — 127x135 — aesthe¬ 
tically landscaped lot witti a 
delightful 20x40 heated 
swimming pool. 

Consider these facts; 

—Most gracious entrance 
hall with hand-wrought 
Italian chandelier. 

—Large living room with 
marble-fronted fireplace. 

—Separate guest size din¬ 
ing r(N>m. 

—De luxe kitchen with 
‘'everything” and large 
family room leading to 
the garden and pcxil. 

—Attractive study with 
fireplace. 

—Five large bedrooms. 

—Four outstanding bath¬ 
rooms (gold-plated fix¬ 
tures in two) and an¬ 
other two-piece at the 
pool’s changing rooms. 

-Decor throughout in ex¬ 
cellent taste. 

—Sprinkler system. 

A home designed for care¬ 
free, happy growing for the 
family, privacy for the 
adults and gracious enter¬ 
taining. 

ASKING 3U5,OCO 

MRS. BAXTER 
38^35 


TRUST CO. LTD. 
1280 Douglas 


COLWOOD 


Twe — throe-bud room homei under 
cxMiMrucfion. Latga living room* 
with fireplacea, mIs plumbing, 
full haiamenlt, both with carporla 
and fundecki. Excallent conitrur- 
tlou 


PRICED FROM 
526,500 to 528,700 
OFFERS 
HARRY COOK 
384-2883 Res. 
^5451(24 hrs.) 


UNIVERSITY AREA 
S% PER CTNT MORTGAGE 


Three bedr(»mi. modem kitchen 
with family dining area. Dining 
room ~ llvlrtf room with Drepiaoe 
and flaaming parquet floor. Rum- 
pui nntn. Half baaement. Walking 
dliUnce to all tchoola. 7 yaara old. 

326.900 

MIKE RUSSELL 


388-5451 (ans^ime) 


WEEKEND DRIVE-BOYS 
3 BEDROOM, BASEMENT 
HOMES 


—PRB — 


the 


TERMS! TERMS! 

DRIVE BY 
'' 1830 STANLEY 

but pleaae do not disturb 
people 

charming living room with fire¬ 
place 

nice dining area 

Kitchen with large utility room off 
—two nice bedrooma 
generouf pleasant M 
Vendor will carry a 2nd Mortgage 
— low Intereit on 1st Mortgage 
Asking 08.500 but cash ran do 
better — TRY YOUR OFFER. Call 
388-6231 


COUNTRY EXCLUSIVE 
545,000 

Design excellence and the superb 
use of natural B.C. vroods make Ibis 
3 or 4-b(1rm home with w-w carpet, 
am-(m Intenom, 3 baths, doubla 
carperi, finished rec ritora with built- 
in bar, patio, floor-celling F.P., 
kitchen with family room and open 
curved, high-beamed livtng-dining 
room to maximbe sweeping country 
views make this home one of a 
kind. Fully developed kit In paridUce 

Petting 

K. VI(3CERS AL VICKERS 
388-747$ 38&-3435 ^2-2266 


32S8 Galloway—Co Iwood—OH 
Ackland off Wlihui, very attrac¬ 
tive. new, large lot. 1)4 hatha, 
rancher, walJ-to-wail carpet 


526.900 


4924 Wesley Rd.—Cordova Bay 
Ridge. 2 years old, finished ree. 
room, 144 baths, toms seavlew. I 
per cent financing 


2M HOUSES FOB SALE 


2 VICTORIA 
OFFICES 






Open 9-9 Weekdays; 
M Sat 


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1800 BLANSHARD 
386-3231 


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380 HOUSES FOB SALE 


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BLOCK BROS. 
ARE PROUD 
"CEDAR VILLAGE 
TOWN HOUSES" 
OPEN TO VIEW 
1 P.M. to 9 P.M. DAILY 
(Except Holidayg) 


MOUNT DOUGLAS 
HIGH LOCATION 
mmacolau, ddtedroMi home with 
21 It. living raqn, dtaMg roran. den. 

and dryer, ipaee tot large recrM- 
llon room. Asking Ml.500 — gV per 
cem mortgage. 

989-Krn (anytime) 


...irtgage. 
JOE RICXfKD. 


Owners of this 4-bedroom, 2 bath-1 
rooin, Mucoo and Umbered Tudor! 


are bound away and wish to aell 
The gueat alee dining roam, and 
living room, all foid«i oak (loon, 
are pleastng to (he eye. It le also 
designed to gin >(ou a self- 
conlained moltier-ln-law aille If you 
do not need aU 4 bedrooms Full 
basement, of course, a quiet atr^ 
and easy walking diatanev to town 
A moM IcRiplIng buy tor the budget 
wise at 04,500. No flnanring 
needed. Phone. 

ETH^ HARVEY 386-3231 or 386 
8472 


Dairy Roi 

off Cedar Hill Rd. BanJy to the goU 
course. 10 homes to choose from. 
Come by and see a home you esn 
own, It doesn't own you. 


4060 QUADRA ST. 
REDUCED 51,000 
Sparkles Inilde and out. Wali-to-wall 
In hall and Ilvigg room, bright cab. 
eleelrle kitchen with dinliig area, 2 


ACREAGE AND 
3-BR, HOME 


FAIRFIELD FOREVER 

Where can you get 3 large 
bedrooms, a comfortably large 
living room, gusit size dining room 
— full baaecneni all In Immaculate 
rondlllcn — with plenty cf rharar- 
ter - alt on one Boor — In 
Falrfleld! 'nial’i where, and ft's 
priced low at IZ1.909—good terms, 
to bt had. 

1. J. WILLIAMS at 886^931 


SIX SHORT BLOCKS TO 
WOODWARDS 

A newly and weH ranowrted home 
Bt a moderate pride of gS.TOO wllh 
termi. Two BRs. wllh room for 
more In baaement. Fruit treca 
make your own wine from gropes 
grown here. Two omail greenlvousei 
FRED CRAIG »64a91 or aB3-l£71 


Well built stucco bungalow on ovar 
2 acres li spolleit In every respect. 
A garfitneri dream. 8 ym. old, has 
a modern IdtriMn with beautiful 
i-upboarda and sep. large eating 
area. Dry full depth bimt. has 
(X>M furnace, 40-gal. elect, hot 
water tank. Plumbed for washer 
and dryer with space tor wmlcshap. 
ITnIlmItrd supply a( water available 
from underground spring makes 
gardening or animals efxmomlcsl 
MERVE COULTER 478-3795 or 4TI. 
1841 


(300D POTENTIAL 

Handy man special. 3 BRi, rlose to 
sphoi^. shora and (ransportatlOD 
Full price tU.9aa 

SYLm HART 479-6S30 or 417-1641 


3 BRa —3 HOUSES 


533.500 


3773 Jennifer Place—off Cedar Hill 
X Rd. New - very well built, 114 
baths, clooa to all schools and 
servlets. Wall'to-wall earpeC 


AN ART GALLERY 
FOR SALE 
ONLY 55.500 

Including stodc. A charming way to 
add to one's living. Excellent Indriwn 
erea. Call 388631 


PROPERTY — PROPERTY 
70 ACRES 

Sooke oome sea view GREAT 
POTENTIAL top terms. Asking 
gso.ooa but try your caei-. Call 383- 
6231. 


2 ACTtES 

MetchoaUi for only $8. 
Beautiful SEA VIEW. TERMS. 
368431. 


COURTESY TO ALL REALTtMtS 


CALL PETER BARDON 
OR 

ANNE DUGGAN 
NOW FOR 

REAL ESTATE NEEDS 
388-6231 or 385-2064 


MWG MWG-MWC-MWG 


HEARS 

WHYTE 

(RJWER 

LTD. 


MWG MWG MWG - 
2188 Oak Bay Ave 


UPLANDS TUDOR 
4 BEDROOMS AND DEN 

Architect deaigned. built et the 
best In 1932 and haa had only 2 
ounen. An exeellent heme for 
the tamlly wtth complimentary 
room sizes, your perscnalily 
can be put tnlo this home by 
reitovations and decorations. 
Set well back from the street 
on a defightfully large Uplands 
lot which haa formal gijdena. 
lawni and tots Ot room tor 
active children too play. 
Ground level haa large living 
ro(mi SxlS. separate dining 
roexn 12.8x14.6, den wHh fire 
placa. Maeler bedroom IS.blS 
aol bathrown o0. 3 very laige 
bedrooms ind bathroom up. 
Part boaemenl. Hot-water heal 
This year's best value In the 
Uplands at 149.500. Call D. G. 
WHYTE. 3SS-'na7. onytene. 


UPLANDS 

GLORIOUS SEA VIEWS 

A UNIQUE HOME. A UNIQUE 
SETTING. A UNIQUE VIEW. 
This home will accommodate 
very comfortably either a 
retiml couple, or a lamily. The 
sloping loi Is extensively land¬ 
scaped and compieiely sprlnkl 
ered (or easy maintenance 
there are numerous plants and 
Arubs which will take Uie eye 
Of the person who loves 
gardriiing. The ground level 
entraitoe leeds to • generoue 
floor area — living ronm 23x15 
— separate dintog room and 
tilde doers to large sundcck 
Bedroom en-suUe with 4-pcc 
bathroom, omail cosy den. 
Open stairway leada down Ip 3 
BEDROOMS — BATHROOM 
and RUMPUS ROOM — doors 
to ground level patlot. There 
are many extras — Double 
caraori and paridng fir 3 other 
vehielM All IMS (or only 
KS.OtB Excinalve Listing. Cali 
D C. WHYTE. 885-17*f 
time. 


any. 


822.1X0 

THE KNIGHT IN SHININC 
ARMOUR 

Standa on the slepa of this 
iolld. rather bilriguing 7-RDOM 
STUCCO hesne on Hampshire 
Rd. Splendid. private rear 
garden. Plate ahelf around the 
24’ living room. Fine Aga 
range for nostalgic Britons. 
shvTigbi over the artlsU comer 
upstairs. Oil Hol-Water heal. 
Not pretentious yet practical 
tor twe or seven. See for 
ourself with L Y N E T T E 


bath, full high baaement with i No need lor a pow alnoc Elk Lake 
legs of room fir development ctose bv Added troiarM include 
Drive-to garage plus carport i built-in OR RaiMe. gartaaralor. and 
BbclM a la^acaped tot. Thla!* sprtnkler system In the lawn 
ipclleas and appealing bun iPriec gM.TM. Call todav to view 
galow tiMUU go qutowy atjwiLf DAVIS 3S-4Z71 or W-5276. 
the reduced irlce of OD.SKI 


5 YEAR OLD 

CI.9DB DOWN could handle this 
charming 3-bedroom cottage with 
attractive kltriten and dkiing area. 
12x26 living rat. 6pce. hath. Large 
utility. OOM heal, allachcd garage 
and workshop. Low toxtt. Asking 
only nt.SPO. For appotoilmcnt lo 
le>w please nail Mr Dyer IS^8TM 
snjklme. 


ExeMsve, call 

L. MARSHALL 

5S-97to anyUme 


A NEW 


SIDNEY REALTY LTD. 
^6-3928 


ELK LAKE AREA 


UX)KING FOR 
HOME? 

I have 6 Brand New 3-bdnn. 
Homes, ranging in Price 
from S2S.OOO to 542.900. Give 
me a call — I may have the 
one you’re loc^ng for; 

GARY MENZEL 
388-4271 Office. 384-7690 Res. 


When you drive out lo lotrit at 
Pierre Tlmpt dlaplay of bulbs this 
weekend, (Mve by our lineat listing 
■1 5437 Fowler Road, and then 
phone us lor an appoinlmcnl lo ^ 
view, htodeivi Shree bedroon bom ^ 
with many exclusive teaiures. plus 

V'T.n"Sl?^‘to WHITTOME'S BUY. SELL 

T& growtdi are almost W acre in ^ND TRADE HOMES 
else A iwirtgav la In ias« havlngi 
IntereM at 9)4 per csnL Full price ‘ 

Mto Brttoe eSAXaj VOBO DOWN 

. By ountrr. Falrfleid. stucoo 2 

-— -ibeikoorB, full baaemriit home. 

PRIVATE- SOUTH OAK 

fioaclous 4 bedroom bums. !06IlranHe. drapes etc., Included. 321.300 
Hamphsire 124.900. »4.73H. 477-M4, 


NEW NEW 

WEEKEND DPI\T>BYS 


NEARIRG COMPLETION 
UTi San Rafael—off Diecvtew Dr. 
4111 Bracken Ave -oB Borden Ave. 
582 Cedarcrast-oft Mttobosln Rd. 
1281 Vista Hts -off Bladneood 


UNDER OONffTRUenON 
4118 Morris Dr.-Off Mrholaon 
laM Warren Gdna.—off St. Charles 
m Vincent Ave.-Mf TIIHctan 
1314 Falrtsirn Dr.—off Pbitham 
13S Vista Hto -off Blaricwood 


'.R.B.- 


LOCATION! 

LOCATION!! 

LOCATION!! 


IN ONE OF OAK BAY'S 
MOST SELECT AREAS A 
•PUTT” TO THE GOLF 
COURSE. A "SKIP’’ TO 
THE SEA AND REDUCED 
TO 543.900! 

At this price you cannot 
replace this architecturally 
designed home of sq 
feet HERE. 

See it to appreciate: 

The leaded windowed 
charm. 

The outstanding construc¬ 
tion. 

The gracious, large living¬ 
dining area. 

The three bedrooms. 

The three bathrooms. 

The hot water heating 
system. 

THIS IS CONSIDERED TO 
BE THE "BEST BUY" OF 
ITS KIND ON-THE MAR- 
KET. 

Don't miss this chance! 
Please call MRS. BAXTER 
385-3435 ansrtime 


—P.R.B.— 


HIGH LOCATION 
LAKE HILL AREA 


Spacloui 4 bedroom home with 
separatn dining rMm. Twa (Ire- 
plirci and two batiirooma Large 
landscaped lot. Many ipeclal 
leaturtf. 

PRICE 531,500 

Call Mrs. Barit 385-3MS anytime 


—P.R.R- 


LET US GET DOWN 
TO BUSINESS 


Nobody wants to pay for overprteed 
IvimeB ot have to pay tor all 
eternity on a hi^ rate of morlgagr 
What do you think of a modern 
stucco home with full high base¬ 
ment and ckisc to large ihapptng 
plazas for only 122,900 with a TU 
per cent mortgage' iwo forge 
bedrooma upaiairi wtth lovely living 
room and fircplan. goM aizikt 
dining room, large electric kitchen 
with dimng alMve. through hall 
Downstalra s Ug rumpus room with 
firepiBce. extra washroom and totlet 
and apace enough tor a complele 
ulta. Frontage 88 ft. 

GEORGE S. LEE 


Office 385-3435 Home 478-1903 


'.RB 


VIEW ROYAL 


Ideal retirement home (or couple 
wanting secluaion on a large treed 
property Net taxaa gl.Ofi. Raduoad 
lo sell quirkly. 

S15.500 

Call Mra Haiti .185-3455 anytlma 


—PRB,- 


THAT HOUSE 
IN THE COUNTRY 

AlnwM everyone would lUm a bome 
lo the rounfty wtth loti room at 
a low ecat Hero ll ta A stucco two 
bcdracNB, fuU-bosament home vrtth 
auto of] heat and very low taxes on 
a lot 90x350 ft. only eight miles 
from city centre and llltoen mimilea 
drive. 117.910. Prefer cash but terms 
can be arranged 

GEORGE S. LEE 
385-3435 or 478-1903 


yourself wllh L Y N E T T 

bELAHUNT. 38S-77D7 anytime 


—P.RB.— 


UPLANDS 

3 BEDROOMS AND DEN 

JuM five yean old with S 
bedrooms and den on the main 
floor ptua sn extra bedroom 
and recreation rotnn open¬ 
ing at gairlen level on to i 
secloded nallo 36' lOM llvtag 
room with panelled ftrcplace 
wall. Dining room 17x12. Cua 
tom twill for the present oemer 
artd standing In 54 acre of 
parklifce groundi that homo Is 
outstanding value at 189.000 
Call JAR MEARS. 385-7767. 
anytime. 


ALL OPEN 
TO OFFERS 


Im- 


ESQUI5ULLT - ■flLLICirM 
muti be sold Aticlm 118.SH 
High (X)RGE WATERVIEW 
maculate Asking €23.900 
CENTRAL OAK BAY Urge ramlly 
boma. Asking 023.900. 

CITY SIDE-BY-SIDE DUPLEX. 
H W floors, fireplaces, basements 


TRY 52,500 DOWN 
5130 PER MONTH 


FAIRFIELD—$1,000 OFF 
Act quickly as this riuumlng 3-BR 
bungatow haa Just been redneed to 
€21,900. nqlh good terms. It Ofters 
the charm eg beamed celUngx, oak 
fioori, front and rear gunporriies. 
full bimt. aiul ecmpletely modern 
bath and kttriten with tnatallcd 
garburator. and all drapes are In¬ 
cluded. Lovely frull trees set off 
the easy-care garden, so call now. 
It won’t laal. 

JEFF CBALK. 386-3331 Or SB2-2K6 


531.900 


HAVE A LOOK, THEN CALL 
CERR'Y PORTER AT 388.5451 (24 
hrs. 1 


SEA VIEW LARGE 
LOT QUALICUM 


Signs nn Preparty—Dlond Hlway 
frontage. Up Crescent Rd. W., turn 
ri^. access to level led froro beach 
tamee. 


MRS. SIMPSON 
388-5451 (24 Hrs.) 


THE EXCLUSIVE AREA 
OR FAIRFIELD 


m BLOCKS FROM THE SEA AND 
SBt^PIMG CENTRE ON QUIET 
STREET. THIS 2 BEDROOM RESI¬ 
DENCE IS BUILT WITH COMFCHtT 
AND ECONOMY IN MND. THE 
MODERN KITCHEN INCLUDES 
ALL CONVBN^CBS. A REC¬ 
REATION ROOM OF 23'X13' AND 
THIRD BEDROOM OH THE 
LOWER FLOOR IS AVAILABLE 
FOR YOUR G UBHTS AND 
FRIBND6 


OFFERED FOR ONLY 
523,000 

JOHN A. RELUNG 
388-5451 (24 Hrs.) 
477-6101 Rea. 


THE PURCHASE OF THE 
YEAR 

OWNERS HAVE TO 
LEAVE CITY 


This fine next-to-new spill-level 3- 
bedroom home with Uilllt 


Utility nxxn 
and large aundeck has bean [u-lced 
to aell fi>r os little as 


$21,000 

JOHN A. RELLING 
388^51 (24 Hrs.) 
477-6106 Res. 


IT IS HARD 
TO BELIEVE 


1,969 square feet on one floor 
without steps. 4-bedrooin9. lie bath¬ 
rooms. 18'xlO, recreation room. AU 
this for tha Imv prim of 
524,000 


JOHN A. RELLING 
388-5451 (24 Mn.) 
477-6106 Res. 


WESTERN 
HOMES LTD. 

817 Ft»W ST. 


TRY 55,000 DOWN 
3-BEDROOM BEAUTY 

Cne-msm. stooco bungalow 
appraz. 1200 aq ft. BeauUfui 
oonditke i . Thru hall, marioua LR 
and as*. DR, aU with W to « 
carpet, amaiy ar b art te cai). UtedMn 
4-pee. Pan. valtily boA.. I ganerou 
Bra. Full h4fh baasnent. Rumpui 
rootn. OOM heat, dr.-ln garaee. 
Plumbed (or W sivt D. Bus at iloor. 
Ckwe to Sean and Khoola. Mam 
extraa on thla one at t33,.9S(l. S. 
Evaea. m-OlW. wsm. grVSn. 


A "MUST SEE” 


Firstly tor real and good value — 
than for to much lo deslrablea 
Handled for In this warm family 
hiHnr Country setltng on a chiae to 
the cl^ location. The m-Une LR. 
D.R., and large covered sundeck 
take full advaiifoge of the high 
piooramk! vtew. Thera Is so much 
to deaoibe in thla 3-D.R., full 
basement home you have to see tt. 

msm. 

RKRB HILL 886-3231 or 9U-77DS 


OIJ3 SAANICH LAND¬ 
MARK!!! 

SHADES OF THE PAST!! 
CHERRY TREE BEND! 


A Charming eld building . . once a 
dctifbtfuUy shady Tea Room, haven 
(or the weary traveller, now a 

romfortable rural dwelling tor 
■omeona who appreriatea the un 
usual. JuM off the Pat Bay 
hl^way oppoalU Beaver Lake 
Poll. A beautiful and large tot wtih 
huge cherry and other fndt treei. 
The building la sound and has a 
huge main mesn with a Mone fire¬ 
place, one bedrrxim, hothrotac and 
kttdwn wtth poittry. TYMy a quaint 
eharoUng ptaoe to live. The 
land may have tiitura value tor the 
expanloD eg the moM. Sec tMs and 
ad quickly. ASKIMG 619,510, (enni. 
5<R STOTRERS, 386^231 or 696-5285 


Jubilee A r ea to e staitar or reOre- 
metit. dean 2-bedraom, full taac- 
ment home, dose U e v eryp d ng, 
good nnrtptge. 

ART i« wrrr. 309.3231 or asAnoae 


NEED SPACE? 


FUfplaoa In Hvtng asul dMng nan. 
not mill Udt one, oidy 121,900, 
Terms 

JAY RCWERS S8A3231 cr 477-4566 


EXECUTIVE 

WATERFRONT'HOME 


A heauittui executive watafrent 
home with magyiiflcent vlewi. and a 
good deal of aeduskm. A must 
Intriguing (Man, to take advantage 
cf seascape from all reoma. Large 
entrance toyer with ship planked 
activity room off. wtth ilhtiag glass 
doors to a private patio. Beaulilul 
LR. and D.R, walled wtth double 
plate giaia windowi overtoatdng the 
sea. Tha home Is Id years <6d and 
waa built of the tlnaM materials by 
an expert builder Magntficent 
kttcMn wtth bulJI4D elecblml 
equlpmetiC 2 bathrooms. 3 beautiful 
b^rooms, utility worfcMkip 
huge double garage. The gardtitw 
are destpied (or talnlmum main 
teoance and an qUta eochaittlng 
This hcane haa never been offaed 
before. U you are looking tar 
home ta thii category, pleaae all 
tor appt. lo view. 679,500 

Mr. Btothera. 386S3L 65832S 
HR. rrrZSIHHOHS, 386J231 
47T-2U2 


1— Choice loatlon. extra BR In 
bimt Rec rm. 2 FPs. 04.500. 

2— Close to all conveniencea, extra 
BR and den in bamt Owner 
leaving town. 134,500. 

Beautiful aettiiu In most deilr 
able district. Many txiras. Real 
good value. {32,950. 

C SIMONS 152-1731 or 4T7-16I1. 


NEW USTTNG 


Oak tey Border Juti <ttf Foul Bay 
Neat sdIK level stucco home, f 
hdnna., L-tiwped LR and DR, brick 
FF. plumbed tor W aiul D, half 
bamt., rec rm. or extra bdrm. Fen¬ 
ced gartien. Neat ' all ameidUes. 
Ideal hone tar young family and 
at the right price at CB,96n Rnan- 
cing can be arranged. 

JCRIIY HUBERT. 1M-2T40 CT 477 
1841. 


52.000 D.P.—miPLEX 


Owner will carry tba balaooa 
nTU monthly cn this oUnr 2 BR 
(each stole I up and down duplex 
hi cnod rental area. FUl orica 
no. NO 

MRS. A. EDGINGTON. 477-18U 
47T-toS1. 


UPPER LANSDOWNE 

Located on the sunny llopei Of ML 
Tolmle this Immaculate 8 BR. post 
'n' beam borne Is a muit tee 
Large L.R. with floar to celling 
rorit F.P.. and D.R. In-Une. Master 
BR. has 3-pce. bath cp-sulte. Large 
prolesilonally llnlihed rec. room 
wtth F P. Askliig 642,100. lATgt 7 
per cent mtgc can be assumed 
Trade up. 

BUZZ MAINPRIZX 658«8A or *n 
1841 


1880 SAN LUIS PLACE 

133,700. Excellent terraa This 3 BR 
home Is a treat to Miow to people 
who enjoy home living. 3 BRa, 1)4 
baths, ecp. D.R., large rec room 
with Rr Plus a camdully 
decorated den In full bamt. with 
roughed In plumbtng and ploity cd 
room for further expansion A larfc 
lulel cul-de-asc 


2M HOUSES FOR SALE 


BBBBBBBBBBBBBB^BBB 
B 

BROWN 
BROS. (« 
BLANSHARD 


3SS-8771 Anydmc 


BBBB6BBBBBBBBBBBBBB 


APPRAISA(.3 AND UBmoS 
WANTED 


eieeine ntenen wlin dUUiig ant. 3 
bedrwuna lAus 2 PANELLED BED¬ 
ROOMS DOWN. ON DOUBLE LOT 
WHICH CAN RE SIBDIVIDBn 
Reduced to er.SDQ. 

CEC PEARCE. 389-8771 or S88-360t 


VICTORIA CITY 

Handyman Special) Living room, 
dlDlng room with flrepitcc. elect 
kllehen. 2 bedrooms. Electric Mat 
Full baaeRirnt Aildng M-MK 
AL fiOTHERAN. 385-8771 CanytMt 


JUBILEE AREA 
GOOD TERMS 


SparUtog U-yetr-old. iluooo hssna. 
Bright living room with fiteplact. 


Bright __ 

dining area, cab. electric Hlcltei, 2 
bedrooms, utlitty room. Part base¬ 
ment OOM heat (tood terms 
available. {17,9(0 Echulva with: 

CEC PEARCE, SS-gm w SS-lgOt. 


FAIRFIELD 

4 Bedroomi — living roosn, dlnlni 
room, full boaemeal wtth extra 
plumbing toi heat Inxuletcd 816.906 
— lerms. 

AL 90TBERAN. 1856771 lagyflmai 


ROYAL OAK AREA 

Modern 3-bedrooin home on IM 
BCm Close to aehort, bus and 
shopping centre. AaWng |BI,(Oe 
Rxriuyve wtth; 

DOUG LAWSON, IS54rm (ipytimai 


"StKC ini" 

BROWN BROS AGENC1U 
LIMT IUn 

21B BLAN^ARD STREET 


ETTEMA REALTY 
ETTEMA REALTY 
ETTEMA REALTY 

LTD. 

Cook SI. 389 7115 

The Plying Dutchmsw 


COUNTRY ATMOSPHERE 
MAPLEWOOD AREA 

Cnrgeou* S-bedroom home, over¬ 
looking Cadar -UK mcV count. 
Situated « a dced-end otiael. 
Featuring slate rotrance hall, guest- 
ilzt living and dining roomi. lovely 
Reman brick Upsgiaoe. oak Ooora 
throughoDt and 3 bathroons Fun 
high eosaent bastinem wtth tema- 
ti(D room and fireplace. Laiga 
aundeck. Askliw 636.006 wUf 
terms Phone Res 479-1988 
1US. 

PETER TER VEER 


IK 


lot on a quiet cul-de-aac. 

B. HAM^ .'08-9377 or 477-1341 

GORDON HEAD BEAUTY 


Reduced to 638,560 iwtth exceUesit 
Oiisnring. 4 BR. 3 baths den, 3 
flroplaees all with IBOOO down In 
praaligs area. 

MN. L. PLANT 8563886 or 477-1841 


PRICE REDUCES^—FAST 
SALE 

Magnlfleoit sea view. Finest area 
M GordoD Head. Exeellent 3 BR 
lusne. Large L.R wtth coRwr Floor 
to oelUng F.F. D.R Ifrtine ‘ 

Idt aad sunderic. Full bsmi 
(«■ develcgsncst wHh tecond F. 
939.300 with-terms. Try your trade. 
LAN RUDIAK 417-1841 anytUiM 


RETIREMENT 

No draughty leaky coitage this, far 
your rettrenienl a palace in 
miniature, best possible materials 
onnttiiicllon and design. On a no- 
Uini tireel, edfering quia( and 
seclHsloa. 2 good BRs. guest BR.. 
rumpus rm, bathroom in bamt. 
Spactoui Nrluderi lun nnm. Prolu¬ 
sion nl shrubs, trees fully land¬ 
scaped, fish pool, sedndeo patio. 
Trades weioome. IK.SSO. MUST BE 
SOLO. 

BILL FELTON 478-1938 or 477-1841 


OAK BAY' 


^ullly and loeallon are Important 
— This home overlooking Landt- 
downe Slope has It. S bedims, king- 
sized dining and living rxsm — 
vanity 4-pce. beth — large bright 
kiteben — the high baaement Is 
complete with generoui family rm,. 
lirepfoee, 2 hedms and S-pee. 
bathnn Priced at 132.900 wllh a 
healthy 7 per cent noorigags Makes 
any oanpariMB look sick, '(foil J. J. 
WILLIAMS to view St 388 3231 or 
982-041. 


YOU WILL 

rs 


OAK BAY 

FULL PRICE — m.lOO 

Drive by 3tN2 Hcaikro Place ^ now 
rented at WI.OO mstth Suggested 
apt zoning. Call Mr. S. Evsm. SC- 
aves 471-7217. 


U y(»i hava Vented for 2 years why 
not own ihli cute 2 bedroom stucco 
bungalow LR with F.P. and oak 
floors, utlllly rtnii> fi>r wheel Chair, 
fully (riiced fifoiai ft. ML A raal 
buy at tl5.9U or wHh 67.900 cash 
8)4 per cent financing la avaliahle. 
C. WARREN, 395-34^ 


—P.R.B-- 


R. Brawn aad Smu have 
toortgage money 
ahsays avallabie. 


GARDENER'S PARADISE 
SECLUDED SPCtT 
PARKLAND GROUNDS 
IlNIVEItSITY AREA 


Immacuiete home, immedtaleiy 
avallahto from owner. Ftood-lll 


I Owner will carry telance Aticlm gardeo. with acrcen barrier. 


'KM.n 


KaaaM ConalracHon Co 
l-«9! 


386' 

Ask tor 


Ud. 

anytllM, an-S805 
r JA( 


JACK DAVIS 


Call 

PAT MURPHY 

385-61<1 or 382 gHH anytims 
J. Donald Snrtth LM. 


FOR SALE. BY OWNER. SNUG 2 
bedroem bungalow m 2 UapI* Bay 
i-tow Ida Garage, fruit trees 
Priced to toll al 315.960 For 
appolnlment 10 view phone 748-7794 


S-BKDROCRl. I-LEVEL HOME. 
La/^Mti arm, lULCW. 478-3147 


tt 5DNDED COUPLE - Older Uo 
azil down duplex. Ltve-in yito 
month. 2 BR . living room, fireniace 
aad hey window Drive-In garage 
Preaeni tenanle cxi.-clleai,.ti8.na. 


LOW DOWN MOVES YOU IN 
JAGUAR INVESTMENTS LTD , 
475-Cai 


lor outdoor living. SpUt-level. Mein 
floor has w a 1 f-l o -w a M carpet 
ihroiighfsd large living roont 
dbilnc room, and 3 large bedrooms. 
SpsciiNis doteta. tn-law suite with 3- 
piece shower, has saparatc sa- 
trance on lower ievH. CabkMt 
kltcboi wtth eeting sroa, toih- 
washer. isrbermtor. Many special 
feataires inch as diaiMs. awiilnci. 
icresni. BeauiltuI views trom 
picture wtndowi A htsne wtth 
charm and eaiy upkaep. Reveniia 
poteMlal If desired Flnanrtal 
■ iTangemenl adaptable K14.9D6 
Phone 62 -1113. 


•^Y THE SEA" 

YTtis heaultful irikciuenl home was 
btoll lor vour letssn Uvlm wtth 
vane lo move (ISIO ^ ft.< amola 
storms and many ssitrat. *nini hail 
ptosi. LlvM room 34x98, 2 bedroami 
aH W to w oaivetlng 4-pce vanity 
hcftiroon. Most oltroetive Uhdien 
Gerage and oaigiort AS this end 
more for BLOQO. Tenni Mrs. RqUi 
Squires, 382-8601 «r 3B-2IB1. 


liNEW. 53,000 DOWN 

Jubilee area. Brand new S-Bdr. 
home wllh W W carpeta 2 balha 
Croatwood kUcheo. beautiful RR 
riraplace. full btmi. wHh fireplace. 
Ready (or rec. room and extra 
bath. Lamfoeaped. gM.SOO mtge at 
m per eisti. Qualifies Hr B.C 2Dd 
Mb-Cm JEFF CHALE 3S2-29S8 


TRY 52.500 DN. 
FERNWOOD AREA 

Oder 3-BR home nice end clean. 
Approx. giSD.CO mcaittily Prica 
119,960. Tb vtew cat] F. Fsntlilo, 
Bos. 3BEU18r, Ras aSMOS. 


BRAND NEW 

Buy tnsn owner at bander's coat 
Would yM know a bargain If ygu 
■aw tt? M60 to. R. o( living area. 3 
bedrooma waJUtownll carpet tn 
dining, Uvlng and TV nmn. Drlve- 
tn garage. On high valley view IM. 
On city bug route, dflee to 
Srawberry Vale Seheoi. Low down 
payments to spofoved buyer. Full 
prtee a.aa. Opaa Boom Ssturday 
ind Sunday, i.g p.m 412S 
HOLLAND A V E N U E PHONE 
OWNER 476-1468 ANYTIME 


ireckate the setting and focatton 
this charmer Two large bed¬ 
rooms. an Inviting living reen) with 
Roman brick fnplaee, eotcitaln- 
meat sin dbitog mean. The down 
area Is ready and asking to he 
made into a large family room, etr. 
BeautlfuHy landaeaped hi a quiet 
area Birromded fay equally aftrae- 
live homes. gM.lon 
ETHEL HARVEY 386-3291 - »«- 

•m 


6^ PER CENT 
FINANCING HOME 

Syr-oM, I-Bdr.. ige. LR. DR and 
Ut. with full bln cement bsoil . 
close to all foetutiea Quick pceaes 
sicn ai owner tranatorred. Bargain 
priced at 322.900. 

RUSS McDQWELL. tS.S231 — 382 
7990 


CEDAR HILL — CTTY 
M13 FINLAYSON 

You are Invited to aec tMs 
outstanding new 3 BR. post and 
beam home. Sliding glaot dears to 
wrap aroiBid sundeck. Entertain¬ 
ment size L.R.. featurea custom Md 
bridt F.P. E leetrtc range, dlcb- 
wuher. Large gUt mirrors ever 
double vanity. GMfiiig. shopping 
convenient 

BELEM ILES 385-3215 or 477-lSC 


PICTURESQUE SETTING 

1800 SO. (I. deri g ned for dlBartml- 
natlng buyer Featurea dramatic LR 
plus large family roam with bar 
and sunken patio. 2 huge flreplacts. 
4 SRa, driightful kmhen. sep. 
utility room. Indirect lighting, wired 
fir itcrsn 333.900 

MARGUERITE SCHILL, 4n-9890 Or 
411-1541 


LAKE HILL AREA 

NEAR SWAN LAEE 
Custom-built ipUt-level hcane. only 3 
yean young. Dream kitchen. 5 
specious bedtoqxna- AttigeUve Uvtnf 
room with fireplace. Compaci dining 
room, eundedc with One view over 
the lake. Separate garage. TihiM 
loi. 8 per cent mortgage. Aaklng 
C8.900, Very deslnble properly. 
Phone Ret 479-1588 or IBTIIS 
anytime 

PETER TER VEER 


S7g AGNES ST. 

GLANFORD AREA 
2 BEDROOMS 
Immaculate home cn quiet elreet 
near achool. Llvtag and dining 
rooms, ipsrtaus kttehas. 2 extra 
ramna In the baaeraenL ■bOSO Ini 
vpllh good ftidt trees, aisttoo m,900. 
Photo Ra. 479-3588 W M-lin 
PETER TER VEER 


OAK BAY 

NBAR WaLOWS BEACH 
Spacious 5-bedraatn home, 1432 sq. 
ft. on tits mala floor. Uring roeto 
with fireplaee, gueal-sfsa dUil’'g-rooni 
atri 4.pre. hath. Fi^ high baa. 'netiL 
wtth potiriblUtleo tar develODtnenI 
Stucco exterior, new root, coittwr 
plumbing, nriv LconcK ftirnace. 
Sltuntod on SfoiUB lot with be^ful 
mature fir trees. Tbit home was 
built ki l*»to and is In exattlcnt 
■hope. Rltosted 3 houiof 9Mtn Ihh 
Bench Drive. Asklag prie* ^.HH 
This Is an oataM sale. Your cfferi 
are Invited (tticaic 9S-T1U anytime. 

J. ETTE3tA 


OAK BAY 

NEAR THE UNIVBRSnY- 
Ilrand new, ready (or occupancy. 
Over 3.000 sq. ft. of (bdshed livtiig 
space. 4 bedrooma. family room, 
deo. billiard room. Large dtnlng 
man. 3 fuH bathrtxana. 2 ftreplacea 
with dlmmtr fwttxdi llgtoto Top 
value (or rock bottom price 
Cocnoare before you buy. PriM 
687,000. Ptione S83-T11S a ' 

J. ETTEMA 


nytlme 


FAIRFIELD 

NEAR BEACON HILL PARK 
ioBCtouB. 3-faednan. acaceo home 
with lar^ llvtag aad dtMag rooms 
with 2 flre^am. Full boa rm ant 
with toilet and tiiower. Rart good 
borne wtth througb hall and all 
rooma on 1 floor. Large aitic could 
be developed. Separate gange 
Good size hd. Atictag 80,500. Offers 
eneoldetod. PheM SBS-ltH 
J. CTTEKA 


C. G. HEISTERMAN 
k 00. LTD. 


PRIOR AND BAY 

i-BR home with hwcIous LR. 
fomky tiae electric Utchen. 3^e. 
bathroom plus tep. titower OOM 
heat, nice lot and sep garage. 
Asking 321.900 with $4,500 dn 
FRED HARROP. 478-5444 or «n-UO 


9 PLUS ROOMS 

Incl. uptialro In-Iaw wile. 


Mleoiy 

renovated older home that can be 
purchased on easy mcnlhly pay 
menti. vrlth maenahle down pay- 
msnl. Cab io view abd discuss 
terms. End price sn.900. 

E. W. (WALLY) PLETZER. 4TT-1S41 


You Better Call Gooder 

—U you want tha best 
—Good buys for good guys 
^GoDd trades ee your present boow 
—Good prices on your next home 
Coed ncncs lb good iocatlons 
KAY GOODER. 479-nOI or 4n-1541 


PRICED REDUCED 520,900 

ThU 3-yr-old. 2-BR. full hasemml 
home won't foal long. W-W in living 
room. Exiro bed r oot n In basement 
Loiaied on quiet street oaly 3S 
minutes (roin lawn. Close to schonli 
end services On tewtr Excrilwil 
tarmi. 

J CIST. gS3-28M 9683331. 


BEACH DRIVE BEAUTY 

Everlasting unspollabic sea view. 
Lovely beach rt^t srrots 4hc road. 
9 RR and room lor more Rec, rm. 
wllh FP. 2 complrie bathrooms. 
Large LR and sep. DR and kItcheR 
Picture window views Huge double 

R ragc 230' rti gotreoui nnton. 

eatlgloue. p I c e i a n I. perfect. 
549.400: 

RENETH HARVEY 
036-3307 or 4n-lSU 


THREE HOMES 


WOULD YOU BEUEVE 
5U,SO0 — 51.000 DOWN 


It has a living roexn. dlntng rtxxn. 2 
bedroomi. S-poe. hath, and the 
paymcoti with M.9Q0 down la oniy 
IIM per month. Need I toll you 
more. Better make It quick. 

38S32S1 BEN GREIG <79-4259 


1—Dn ymi want a oMventKxial 3-Br 
full basamcBl low maintenance 
home* This one has been 
beautifully malntainad and le 
efooa to 3lmpeqiis-ae>i. Aaklng 
only 328.900. 


1121 Kajuhatd St 38S41S1 


OAK BAY 

NEAR UNIVERSITY AND 
UPLANDS GOLF CLUB 
536.700 


Spadoua home wltb viewn at 
Ctdhm Boy. Large L.R. dtalng 
rocan with sirwtcck adtacBit. 
Rltrtoee wtth wmiblnt ttadUtiei Mt 
3 De tlKxaa e mala floor. Fully 
davetogad du w utoa lra wtth ana 
raora uud 3 pc. hath. 

roctaoBoa roan, gba hflilard 
noea. For apcntittmeBt to vMw 
IhU a kcluM to Uztiv call Mr. 
BlanalD. raa. 05-1195. 


534.900 

4 OR S BEDROOMS 
8 YEARS YOUNG 


Do you wtott a famuy er 
oxacsttiva hatw wKb aantthtogi 
Centrally located, ctaos to rtiop 
ping, l/idvigsft*. a^aois mM 
traaapartatioiL Lovaly to kxik at 
wtth two floers of llvtag otto 
Opoa detign iqi. ipactaui LR., 
DR, 3 nadreens and vanity 
haiTi. Beaittlfid roaaatien rc u r n 
with F.P., 3 pc. bath, ptus dtoi or 
2 BKrt hexironroe. To view thla 
exdtialva Uitlng eall Mr Blooifn, 
tto. 3851296. 


W. J. LINDSAY LTD. 
No. 241 — 727 Johnson 
3S5-S781 eSS-NMO 


2—Do you want an oldie U ploy 
with and reriore? This OM has 3- 
&-t. aad no basement, but has 
hot water heating. Requires lott 
cd walk and it overiiriced at 
tU.H6 but What tai l today Try 
vour offer 


3836 Shfilboume 
4T?-1841 


3—Do you want Ug fir trees In your 
yard* Then this two-bedroom 
and third lo the port basement, 
in Leagtord, It tar you. Lott of 
room tar boats and campers. 2 
■hedi to work In. Asklag 318,200 


ROYAL OAK 

New* 8 bedroom, tall 
nuiwaii nxm (bar) lovaly vtew. Tiy 
D P. 831860 furatshad Ua- 

aimed 

523.900 


ycur 


SIDNEY - VERY LTITLE 
DOWN 

New 3 badriXtot. InO bstotnit, 
extra bath, beta«atn aad rumpus 
RI. — OB sower amtog now hoenea 


CORDOVA BAY 


I Call CRAB LANGSTON 3853596 or 
: G B O R G E McWILUAM 692-3467 
.Island Pacillc Raolty 388-8291 an) 
time 


lOH DOWN 
ME NT 


Now, 4-bqdraD)n. 2,4in aq ft 
atovlaw boms oa aHl-8e.aac. osa bs 

ffi rciuued for M-dOO 4owe. To tot 
1 eaceeptional hnne call C. 
treitoVd, SIRIdD or Rro IMlBB 
Quastta Really Ud. 


lOAK BAY BORD' 


3 HOMES FOR SAI-E 
PRIVATE OWNER, VICTORIA 
PRESS. BOX 3» 


With foi^ LR u3th FP- family DR. 
mod, kttotien. 3 good BRs and 
proieailflMlIy fintahed rac rm la 
larg* haatt Lauadry nn and large 


laiM haatt Lauadry nn and large 
wartahof). Sep. ftingu Lane laad- 
icaped M Poantaly moU attrartlve 


home on aira atreel AsUng (91.900 
I BILL HORAN 477-1387 ot 4TI-U41 


JUBILEE AREA 

(Soae e creapletinii J-ba dr o mn 
home on quiet eul-dc-aac. fliiitbed 
in-law suite on lower level. Full 
price (29 9M To vtew coll builder 
4f7-S«l. 


522.700 

HAPPY VALLEY 
58.500 

Low, low (kitoJ — MOr p.m. I 
Bedrm cottage, on pt|wd water 
pari asTt iBubjeet to aple atra 

Ml. 


OAE BAY 


Brand new 5bedroom exacuitve 
hme. ovar 2,086 to ft. By builder 
477-6183. 


COOK - QUADRA 

, boote — full Iteto 
Jost,^ now - IBOOD could 
handle. tta.Slfo — iir year Mkr 


■ Large family h 
imam. Just ttke 


HOMES YOU CAN 
AFFORD 

CALL NORA LINDSAY 


w 














C^EN HOUSE 

; 1«91 PEAR STREET 

THURSDAY. PRIOAT. 

I SATURDAY. AND SUNDAY 

2-S P M 

I EXCELLENT 10 YSARI OLD. 

I VERY ATTRACnVE l-BEtmoOM 
ROtt SriTH NEW WALL-TO-WALL 
TSROUGBOUT. SEPARATX 
D I mil G-BOOM. COMPLETELY 
imiWRU DAYLIGHT RASEMENT 

wqw ftcaWo PLunBwa. good 

sno FULLY LANDACAPBD LOT 
wnv raUIT TREER TCRIIS 
AVAILABLE. ALL UPFRJtS COH- 
SUMCRED 4T7-S6m 


ISLAND PACanC 
REALTY LTD. 

3200 Quadra 

388-6331 Anytime 

SXS DUPLEX 
HUGE HOME IDEAL RETIfl 

JUST REMODELLED TndH. uiw. 

5 BEDROOMS £ 

If jKW're iBcMia lor a larao tat. • PIaamiii Ua t«m 
larst hone thw hai n«) to vare. ilde. ab ntdwi 
Uilt nlEbt be for S battirooino, areoi. Cvporti. E 
npAraie deo. Uiu non. ouSe to RldmeDd-Gmiai 
pnmitptDi. HAVE A LOOK. HI field. CIOM la all < 
glady five )«« m Cba cMtttii pria I35.9S0. Mr 
pleae piiaae r«i. 

DOUti BAVINGTON 
38M231 ANYTIME UNIVERSITY 


ISLAND HOMES LTD, 

MM I)ra«lai St M 


NEWSTEAD 
REALTY 
i LTD. 

jims goverumsht st 


I hkve A ealartloD of aew uid .. ... 

•o new hoinci wMch can ba 3—Separate dining room 

hudM wRb abool a fl.OOO dove 

Oiva me A aU Al SSaaStt or <1#- A_Ij.nrf«r..i-rf WTMundll. 


CSiriHAL PARK 

I BKMOOMS 
Lane fiunltv ba 
Mdlila. ifaa b 
•a ba^wittk Ml 


tUilia. U waa't lait—^1 now. 

V. ROBERTS 
Se-8117 or 592-2171 


CCRSOVA nfOVIH 
PAHORAWIC 9SAVIHW 
me haane M fer Bm Mnllr erttol 
Pat dm lota «f eeaoA UM a- a.' 
Host i p aa and over H am 


BEAUTIFUL 

Mt*&aA*MSIi CORDOVA BAY 

at <ka M all ■feM eaey etroU la tba beadi and 
it anl UBlva- e tiMg wa A heaWiM M witta 
M C(^M«ed ■aoM Mt Imc and tovalT laDtel Oonr hM 
UI^Ib IwMiK Bullt^n oven, rminlw Irp Ibrft dltdat rocen 

Mr. Drew, raaae and larce aatdiinc apar- full 

Mm frtdae includa. nerv li a 3cd — 
bedT tt MB In Uie full haeamanl 
Pnad at CKOoe, laa far eia, or 
purchaaer nyiy aaauHie approc 
E-BY CAdOO at I Mr ccol et na per 

maetlL Imnadlala paaMiSm. 

„ ^ ^ MRS- MARY HOUZSa 

“ wirtS''rtuiIb 382-8117 or 658-5776 


llnanciH. 

S’e*i ART PASSC»JS. 388-6231 ^ 

haMi ItaaM hr iMu lae. room. 

5 (nvE) bedrooms 

Popular FaMeid. LIM M A. ■> 
ee M-m akttim*- utralr li»*M room. 

larv aeparata dinlas nwaA andarn 
DUraOD kllidien with eating area, t Uude 

DUVTRT nKIUBON beSroaoe and Ml. oMm iMIh. 1 

On a larM omar M. I USU' bedraemi upctaln. aaA udtb 
bdMMib I baOa and da. imnt * *1''^ rvii haiaiieM. Mca let 

Md raaa bi-Bna, UB a BtSOO. _ 

n lotr tarn ud ew MRS. PETERSEN, 388-6231 

ferae aSv mau. DCW 

BUIS SM IBO or MADGE HOLE CTTIMFV Cnuvnai 

VS-gMi or —i - ^*a« ARYTDIB. Sll^C .1 


laand and aKremety eaell h«^ 
'Loottad CD a email kd bid In a' 
I vwy dMraMa area cloaa to irhoola 
aad duea I larfc bedroona 
,apatatn wttb >iie. IMtaracn. Haln, 
enirmace hall, large 

.. _ wttb nraplaca 

- -_l haaernart. TMa le an. 

rveellaag Miy and well wortli your' 
, cDDeidaraikaL Call BILL NESBITT.! 
lagdut aaa>iiaie 
I MeAdaiaa InveiUaeatt Ltd. 


and aaMly aalab 

eoavaDleecee, 

Mty. Ttada^ I 
Eduat Bunteft 
nrlM only Dllfil 
rM. BMER. 


NORTH OAK BAY 
3080 CARNARVON ST. 

Drive by Md do nM dlaturb menerc. 
Thli Iceely l^edrm. braa ti in 
IM elada eanHtkai and li ter aala 
tor jml tmSQD. To view w re- 
eatva furlfitr partt mlara phoaa 
DON SMITH 
Raa. <TT4ttl 

San taa. Realty Ltd.. BMMT 


I METCHOSm 

Brand new and ready hr eeea- 
pancy, offertag fv tba flrW tira 
thii levaly 3 BR beaia that’a 
cituated on a gidM tide Mraal yet 
near thopi, ««*--■** 

Thlt Quality built horaa baa btotally 
everything, ttiai awaa the meet 
dlecriRiinatina buyer nauld edtta for 
Large living room and dinlnf roen. 
vaekaii maiter bedroom WOi 
bathroom en lulta. ebdiag Mate 
doom to private paUo. TleMMMi 
fMl baaemenl. heavy liwiil epRl 
ahake roof, Iroa railing caWnida 
I way and mu^ more. 

I FULL PRICE 330,500 


LAIX PANORAMA 
Shawnlaan wularlrait M QulalaM 
part ef lafee. S BR. oualnl living 
ran wttb atm fireplace 2-car 
aaiage. Inei. dock and boat dHlIer. 
Pioi m tba am. tn.BM. 

LOWN DOWN MOVES YOU IN 
JAGUAR mVEHTMENTS LTD.. 
<nd! 2 !. 


*TAIgll.T ■OME” 

A bacilli with IM an R. m 
riMn AaoT. Downetalre haa tarHi 
rae. room, antra BR. 3-pe. 
p tUMM ng ^ pfeOty M ebirap. 
Op tra iHMUrta tlnn, deae to irhooli 
and tt rt pp tnt . Prlead at CS.Sn) 
Call KELLY DfCEVIN SW-1361 or 
rthWR. 


4M LAMPSON 
E9QUIMALT 

LMtoy modern a-bdrm hone with 
■Ca hvliig rm.. lep. dlMaiL cno- 
VMdfltL kitchen, 4-nen. batir plua 
eOra 2-pee. bath. RL, Rac..rom 
to Ugh heaament. Many entraa. 
AiddBg 1)7.ng (uD prtea with twma 
To Inapect plaaM call Uc^ Bill, 
«sd«e V ai».7)«. 


RON SEDGEm 
382-811? or 478-3673 


MAPLEWOOD -- taM ACKiLS 

tMf »— %b9tSncm i» ^nemt fms UR., a 

rtep bungalow will afford many ^ bedmwia, S-pea 

mn <d a^yaMa iivIm. **• 

CLUDCD laT tanarela BarM 

OnOD TTNAIinNG fbi" ''JWl * **** ~ O'* 

oasoll. aMHI ARVTIMB. **”*"** mSQO. 


BUTLD I I 


BRAND NEW Per eafe. DEFEHDABUB. trouUe- 

ON THE MARKET IraugggSP 

WIUi pride w* oMer iMe tpolina iwnae finajidag on your lot oi 
and charmiag t-bednom boma oun MANY YEAR-S OP PROVEN 


OAK BAY BORDER 

bnmaculalc tDodern 5-rni. bungalow 
•ituated on large, well landaeaped 
lot. Contalni law Ueing rt^an, aap 
dining room. Iff. Mfetiea ) bdraaa. 
and balhrm. mein floer, plua ertra 
btom I rec. room and S-pce. bath in 
Ugh dry buement Hot wwtv hast 
l4t aea hMda. bcellent eendi- 
tlon both in mmS oUL AJUng 128.901 


A RARDSnUE CHARMER 
Bttug mM and eiagnd, Tba 
ctiartB ■( thtt aldrr EagaliaaW 
hmaa Marta with ttw attry toyer. 
W.rtWBowa 21 R HviM room, 
fnrma] dining m em. cav dm 


DON'T PASS ME BY 
I am toeated In a parb-Iiiu atuiug 
dMrlooklng fba dly and nwm- 
tatoa. I have three aedroema, 
ndl beaemeM and a laiwa M 
jpurthtrinore I an MiM to aS 
laiaMillief. Greed hr jw tBOdnB- 
lAAfetC flEMD. CaU aSMTSI 
I LARKY HUAflLIOTn 


Idoubie garage that onadd eaMiy land n«a 

itMlt la any mrnbv ef tUw - 

IMnaa hr emndle for ■■■ ol tia 
Hi^taera have thaml. Full grieai 

J28.500 

Tt view thli heanBM boma eaB: ** 

RON SEDGER »» 

383-8117 or 47M673 ^ > 


OPEN HOUSE 


laiOICE AREA 


ideck QVir- 


HAT AND rUUrwOOH ARRA 
CB.99BB 

SpoUww on owRgr Iwnc. Only T 
yaare yrau Tanee are (17 per 
montb «n anu 1 hadiwem borne, 
gb.ooo will move yoe to: hala/ire 
aa rent at I par cant. No 
nwirtgaga to ralae. Neat garden 
and fenced yard. Oulek noiaei- 
tfon. Cell lOilN DUNICK aWdfiSI 
or aKI-Wll. 


ihewdiful oab^raa, oe a MtABK 
loeatr landaeaped loL IM aB R 
I MM If'el home with mMtaai 
hall. RaoBiy IMag rm 
with raiaed hearth r>.. oira Im 
dMag rm. wlib Wg ptMve 

iwfndBwi; beatgOul drapea Kitchen 
j la a real ’W u w*' with tig dining 
area Ma of rupboarda and iau^ry 
: i-Don off. 3 vary kiveiy hdnaa. with 

t-prv. and 2-pce. bath. Lmc. roomy i- --— 

heeled itand-up apace uadcr Iht f*>d tanditwplBg. Large Uvttig ram 
borne for ilotage Dble. rarporl. wftt: flreplare. dining mom twa 
Many other laaliCKi that maka thia taedranmi. full baaaownt with fin- 
home an inMant aeller. **an Hm lahad btdroom down. New raf, new 
Jenaen, 38S-7biA im. KUBlt. fmnam. Secluded backyard. A nuM 

lea at the aaldng prtrw M 

321,500 

MARY JAMES 
S2-8117 or 5926540 


hoine etoea to ^irMv boa hwaa- actraiice 
portaIMB and Mccear Htor'a ona "" 
ithari net toe Mg aiM not too muR. 
'conventoafiy toeatad near OUr Eng- 
lend Ink Aakttg tBHon CaB 3» 

GSl. 

LARRY QUAGLIOm 


UirORUATlON AND 
ASaiSTANCB IN THE 
SELECTION ARD PVRCHA8S 
OP PROPERTIES IN SIDNEY 
AND NORTH SAANICH 


I LuonnuDia < BEDRocRd home 

, nverioaking Ibe aea to North 

! EXCLUSIVE Saanich Matml elonr flreptoc* In 

aaw 'rr->i aiTir Aoera romn and In nimpm rocm. 

I Ml. lULMllbAKlbA UptoiWua wall to wall throughout 
.Neat wMte ■incca bom turbed uuoiDaiiaa Klleben with sunny eating 
- 'area cuanlng onto double undrrtt 

"TITAN" wall lo wall In rumpua 
roan. i% batha with colcwrvd 


JAMES BAY 

Neat tMrr h<ma fer large family 
Bar living roam, dMag room and 
large kltohen. Tturr Is a full 
haretnant wllh an additional 


5-REDROOM HOME 
In Jamei Bay. making SZl.inO 
PrraanI apy and Ml otfera 

LARKY QUAGLlOTn 

SIMP80NS-SEARS 
, 001*1 o va i to ok thli Mtid 24>edraim 
iiUOTe at enly miOD. MiU Evtog 2 bathi 
room, two kuga hdnna . targe Am. ^^mino 
kitrAoi. (Ml bant wttb *.-ta K 

faroge, OO M tutmce. SBa> can .T^ad 

"^{^ARSONS SB862S1 


SPARLING ut SnWEY 


A RARE FIND! 

SEAVtEW SOtmi OAK BAY 
Neetled In a gtnet oMs-iae. 1 
bhMk oft Beach CMve, I beOeoau. 
laparato dtoiag room, fun baa- 
laant. HirfuMiw md views, guju 
dDvm. RMenri at only SB per eott. 
PnP price glLISO. iniiBeMuie poa- 
MHim PkHi owner ad Btodbu. 


REAL EBTIATZ - INSURANCE 


OfBcti OppmUa tha Theatra 


BPAHLING REAL ESTATE 


Idea] rettrenoft hfloa, a Mibnn— 

cowketoiy r sa i i f iHi d. wsB-to;^ Try tola enra. lay yoatMM a tbiea 
carpet, new oMBoato. alao a to te badraotB bema — wtih e*irM,a 
>I Ma rs tr *•* to jay i aid, Lfl entladrat Hyla HvtogMUk* room 
aeemigM* MiaaA^ *^SSSS *8^ toattrt ^floor to calte fir* 


I KIDS iPACt TO PIAT 
Aeram lb* Mroai er awn bedtyurd. 
t-ram UBdgM and apaetoka daflgn. 


van TkiMa.< partaml vtswe earn CFTY 

tralMy to dIMaid bBU Dtotog ra. t Tp'P'isjr-- 

wttb ili*« flaai Amts to miBirtr NEW USTTNG 

Rae. ns., «k b*u. and S-peaiafh Mdtr heme. S 

M w towa lavM: aH baeOtoMN isEima. laagi Rsma isa 

A Kiltoxi Ba_ra« aiM sc Ode UlA Htcfiea niBSM bat_ 

jlBf bSare ywj boy’ ^ty EUBD. ITO MiU^ basmenL GencmllCf aued 
bn toto^l^ flnaaca n. Ibevta Lund, aentm i widalloi IW geviag famSy 

315,000 

MARY JAMES 
3826117 or S02-654O 


313,900 

The Udai caking price of mia 

.toree rora aattsiv aas Di 
Ivm. TPlffc Iha BCTOo^ 

imartgage yas wauld Mii 
W-dS eaS eat woM pay My 


ijPurmti entertain an tos* 

■ w lb laxwB dtokag roem. BagSba 

■a. SivGkt Rd ySMB 
um Down h^ES YOU IN 
JAGUAR INTETTMIHTS LTD. 
4TS4R1 


loyje sssa wm a«s two 
ACRES cd olioloe pr ufia 'ty and lota 
of good beach rroabts BOsuhla 
aeduaku, ItLODO teroia. 


lidaey 


S 2 sm ggt-tsi 132,600 

I 313 200 CX)RDON HEAD 

Priced to be mlA MeSoom haraa WIDE SEA VIEW 
near Jutolee BooHiaJ an BaUtaia 1300 SQ. FT. 

oiiAOLTrtrrt **•" llaivemtiy Vyear-old raoon 

lARRY qUAGUOTTI ^ posUolabl* hone aflo^ 

_ ____ iis eaparuiw Ma view* fran all 

rasaa Llvls room. dlUng roam. 
Idirtien. 2 bdrnia. Avee. VanHy 

I ROYAL OAK PROPERTIES ^ Sfd 5*1 

I „ P.P Enjoy houn a relaaUlon and' 

<921 Weal laatiirti Road ptiauare vinring (ba mmmJtog 

_ _ viewi frrxn oMack For appointment 

ITBW? aoyttoia to view Ihia EXCLUSn^llitlng. 

nuBii I Grant MaeFarbUM or Mr 
PUllan. MI-7M. anytsme. Rea. MS- 

VIEW ROYAL 

2 BEDROOMS tawq lyAV 

TWi la a newly eettvarted eotUge 

with baMtoOit. Foil price ClHO. 322,500 
Call Allan Klenman for (uli deuila i«w\ ecA 'Em 
582-1121. “to- r 1. 


NEW-«16.aD0-NEW 

Pull buaemant. new Ugh enalliy 
hamei tor aa lew ai (i.n down, an 
year lot or me supplied by aa ^11 

JAOC RODGER 
BOB CALDERWOOD 
3886402 

iBilitoy mipf' Homeflndara Ltd. 
FRICCDTO SEli 
' 2 -bdrin. bona*, elaan and well ■« 
;up. Elea. mb. ktt., LJl, fltaglaca, 
'pern, bthno., OOM heal, (top 
gamga with wnrahm toU ahaa 
Nice tot selto lawna and garden 


SOOKE REALTY 
Mrs. Gf^e 
642-5426 


OUT OF TOWN 
I % ACRE 

is bedrooh.. — S-year-oM eta 
|hra*. Bplendld ancBDRsadalktu 

I 322,500 

, MARY JAMES 
! 382-8117 or 592-9540 


FAIRFIELD , ^ 

BRAND NEW USTING gara^r, miy ert SbiccD cipae 
SEA VIEWS SaT 

Lovely famllv home Iwn Woda OnMy 

rrem Beanui Rill Park and ^ -Moik rOU. PRICE tl7,IBn 

from the Me. Let me ahnw you (he CaD 1:03 a.m- to IrIM p.n.. 

S dnoMe tw ^l iu eme with bfbtad j|»aag7. o» Kf-IHM Evodioa ar 


U N IQflBLY BKAUTiFUL DB 
SCRIBES THn MCmtOOM TOP 
KOIB LaH HO MH . TRH Hn. RUS¬ 
TIC SRlTllKi V or 

UimgTBUCTRD WAmmoNT. 
SEAVY aSAKR ROOF, YTOHE 
FtBRPLACE. EUtCTHK HEAT 
ABCnO toMBO. FURTHKR DE 
TAILS cm ms EJBCLUSIVE 
BOMB FROM MRK MARY 
WOOD, am-uti OR 9e».«a 
CANADA mttARIIlT TRUST 


REMEMBER WHEN?? 

A dream of owning a nuntoer 
enttaga aa rU d ed fn the (bum was 
oily a draain you thnughi you 
rmlto'l altord* Well pbem me 
' today aad ru Mow you bew —■ 


ItKane raahnag lalart In Mgi and Mreel Call Giant HaeParton*. tea- 
deeeraOon. J a 11 ptam Atosh rMS. raa stolon. 

Klmiuafl. K-LIS and «■ vrin dpm 

‘rmnasne^^sK hill 

guaranteed. FlnansTtne wag bataw CHARMING 2-BEnRM 
niMww ratot. Office *%mi. GRANITE FIREPLACE 

BEAMED CmJNGS 
NEW LISTING j27 500 

FAIRFIELD Htualed on e QUIET well maln- 

A toe btom to dty ciBlra from tMi taMd rtildenllal area Ju« l Mock 
BETTia REnDEimAL AREA, fnm B«cja Hill Park aM wtthia 
firaplaoa. deeply carpeted [,-toiaped JT?'??* 

Uving-dtotag roan, big lamUy aiad 51 ^ DOfACyLATl traidlllon 
kitchen. 8 hadraasae. oak floor*. * 

vanity imuami SI R rm rnManrv fnya U Uh22 living rm.. 

room, gnrag*. malprtvacy in traU- 

landaeaped tot UM - Rurti to ?*** traiiU toniM 

oril a^ (Ms one. gH.MH MUST ^ I"**® 

BK SOLD. Rat. ay-iaia habkl *£?*•. •“ 

CRACK or <7»aB (to Into) ra,, fu netKo^ wedertoaed kli^. 

J Mrmf fMAJur can nmeksmi 
hu^miiA Are4. OOll bMl 

RETIREMENT BARGAIN *«* u*eVr*?Sa.2S 

IN-LAW SUITE shrubbery aad lawaa. Lot toze 

POSSESSION 10 DAYS SSf.ime 

Burry lo aae toll j-bolreem Kl.lBo with DON MUNRO, JSd-TMS 
charmer ~ VERY SECLUDED » IBIS. 

HACKYARO. 3 baUumilM. 2 fire- 
plaoee. X ft. carpeted rec room, y cen-vorwaae 
BRING IN YOUR OFFERS. SM.KO ’’ “r-L>KWM2» 
atoebu MABEL CRACK. Rat. «2 FULL BASEMENT 
MU. 47S-Un Of hr*.). Comfortable tamtiy horn located 

cloae lo all ronvealaaeM. atNh 
IN ^-ACRE PARK ptaygrousto and park tor ratM 
E UI-.. r. <v. near-by Carden with frub bats 

S-xkAR-O^.D HOME AUncilva living ni. wttb dregdatt. 

— — ' (uncllonal Ulchen. wHh 


« btoae~ (bat Wdiaaaay.'^lirtl^ 
nice brick flreplnca nnd 4 bunksi 
Ob rae, Ibeia are Mi aoea of 
guud toddtog progarty that go 


OPEN BOUSE 
SAT. SUN. 2^ 


Icdf Tudnr Roedi 


w giASgi. Approx, hair acre of 
landoapad groundi br on Ofen 
Lake. cMee to mibik Imior and 
yor OBlor aAonla ExeepUiaal vaioa on 


tbii apacbo* 2 -bedrncm part-lmae- 
nent heme Quick poameaton 
Sbirtey WIbto of Rax (tngtw. 
Agenrtee. 4T».Tra or raa <7t-)gM 


e LUXE R.HA. DUPLEXES Ot 
nay ixa aq ft. each unit. 2 
;>ane' bedroont—1 It king ala. m 
baOiniana wWi coloured (ixtarae. 
lOa Into I tllrti an with ealooed appll- 
iwnaa "YtTAK" walMoweail 
thraaghoA Baeulllui attorlor ep- 
ipaaroaea. Call afta ( pim. ■a-tol?. 


(hi, rtwmy - —. 

utility off. Ibre hall to g wDod aiaa 
w-w bdnm Extra btom. la higti fidi 
nu I b a I ement. Excellent flnandns 
I Priced right el grt.KB EXCLUSIVE 
WITH CRAHT 


MOVE RIGHT IN 
HIGH TATTERSAL AREA 
PLUS IN-LAW SUITE 

IDe na heelUde lo call aa to Man 
' yea tha ail iiiillilo^lliiii In this 
'retarmtng atncco home — «■ e 
lovely gaat torcet — ttoae to aebeol 
and ihagping. Living nan. aepnrnta 
dining laom. lupa lAa tons mnMa 
bato u am 7 xmalUr batooaoi tw — 
PIBB In-law accoibMdMIm In aaaa- 
rale aatoenra lulto dawn railaiiang 
living room, bedraefn, etc. Ottraga, 
Iwtarl Pull pruw gBLHB 

MRS SEDGER 
383-8117 nr 478-3673 


LISTING . 

MacFARLANE AND A V DREW 
Call IM at ato-TMS. anytlrua. 


CBOfCB PAIRFIBLD At 
:|U.gaD. Laiye fenced yard 
bddraotni Basemeat gar 
cupper pipee. OS l-drbaea. W 
tor waaber and dry*. 14d< Bi 
SL Mur: 


OOLWOOD 

33JOO DOWN 
CLOSE TO SCHOOLS 


MUST BE SOU? 
GRACIOUS - OlAItft 

us.soo 

AN IMMACULATE AND ORATtOfml* 
HOME ON A nraim ainj—' 
LANDtoCAPED Iff* ■Dir 1 
SEEN 1Hai>B TO APflUjUM 
SEPARA TE im W Q ABP MBA 
ROCtofS WITB OVI 

GLEAMING HARDWO^ PlOO 
TWO LARGE BSOROOHS 1 
Main LARGB HaOBRN UTORI 

r TH PLENTY SToKm 

fiCt ~ SCPARATE OARAGE 
TO VIEW CALL: 

MHO: RUDDY, 593-0628 


BKAUTirULLT DECORATED. ALL 
MW Sealing, wiring, road Vary 
mngarn bllebai. 3 laige bedroama 
I htoeki tram downtown Vteiaria. 


LANGFORD 
S BEDROOMS 

7 year aid. to Plorancr Lake araa, 
neoly m aq. R ad lafV* roama 
-- 1 to d t oto u id. witti ) 

I badrddtoi. caA ta 


IBT SUItDKR. ^BEIBUJOH HOME 

jwtlh Catbadral eatraaee. Fkiiiplaca 


nao pM I 
FHi ba I 

paymeitoi. . ., , , , 

BDN iESifWoogo 
fte-IPM HM7 

Sunact Realty and Oevelciancnti 


OPEN BOUSE 

I:H-4-9a &AT-SUN 

522 TATT 


NEW WATERFRONT £ . 

DUPLEX 

SECLUDED BEACH — 

5 MINUTES TO Cmf LLLS.-tl 

4 aoa M. hdto aarviaM. gn'«t ctMi to ill o 
■reet. 4JK ag. ff,. ild* tadng beach only S»«Ug. 

Ml (.OEM iq. fl. — t hadrooniA 2 -- 

Double garatot aaparntaa 7Wt AR 8 U 
All oacri and Indni ean- cHodel famu 
—r—~ N H.A. Vlnanclng. PW) kaUii. fall t 
■KNO 10 . C. Davtln m-SITt. and Siti bntl 
■1-414< - CoTMxird ReeHy Lid.. lU Poalle Coiutry 


home. 1 oactoua badrooma 
■u diBtod araa. Arge living 
•Ml ItoBMrv nardwid 
thrartM Thing am 1^ 


Beault 

_ - - 8 or 4 

>«• iNMK •MM. laixe Mpar- 
... — dWng ram. kllchaa svtthinai ,,we 

yrai toaakfaM itaaft and eompleta bafh-lMth* ate 
roETn. Pull Baaemtal. Inciudint unba. All 
arge paeeliad faatoly ram Catoi to -M—- 
m<aiaaai Mortgage fIZfln, 7 mt — 

torn it 1100 Mr nototo Pnneipato 


nrlgagr Ulton 
Ir Mooe 8C 
- o I T "rica 
f-lMl dveninta 


iNEW TUDOR BEAUTY WITH SEA 
iview 4faa Wteiay Read at Hall- 
Ourlon. ] badreoPM. II 4 hath* 
idjtoble cajpari. ,|M^ H. SOtoltaai 


tW HODBBS FOR SALE | W HOCTE8 FOB SALE I 288 HOUSES FOB MUB BOUSES FOB SALE I SM BOmES FOB SALE SM miUSU FOB SALS 


SkUS 6UtMtat Victoria, B.C., Sunday, April 12, 1970 


T CAHAnA PBSMABEirr ^ 

^ CAKAXU PEKMAREVT U 

T CARADd raRMANKMT T 

'YPB ntADS BOBOF* 

SIMPSONMKARB 

Ctonpltotly renovatad, new wlrteg, 

^mtong knana aad 

raer. Pnaabnd 1« wuMr aral 
drga. 2 bedroani. rmi haaanuni 
Oh OOM ROBBIRS gD-TgO « 
MAKE BaLB .im — « — 


lui OOUNTBY BOME 8 
AND PBOPBBTIB 8 


an OOUNTBY HOMES 
AND FBO PEB TO L S 


pAREsraui 


--- hhe- XM wurtami axforwja m VUUMTBY HOMES US OOUNTBY MO M— 

AND PBOPBBTIB 8 AND FBOPEBTOBS AMD PB(n>EKnBI 

"JAMES BAY BUNGALOW rpnvp ~ raOFEM nsa 

rVA© Ai'^TTw 2300 GROVE CRESC. CE^TTRAL SAANICH 

WITH CHARACTER ^ ^ PAREHYlUJi 

Roaa gardm mtikig « taa .. . . pasture land with j-bed- BRAND NEW-3 RB. 

hlotfc iw eul-da-aar. I had CDnStdo* thfiBC fMttUres: rrw»m f»1l *.... 11 .. >teUremeBt «r eUrter home In sand 

racna, new automaiic oil fami. room, lUlt SKSCmcnt, ramily tocailon — tom utll^ wtiwi for V 

S5«*h;und5?toB”’“ biSS iS; l-* *«ble b*dr«mi with ^tne- itablc. regula- £»SSy^5flr“' 

fffB»85!^oS^•IS?:a,^ “* maiter bedroom en BulU. ^ rWing rtof. Beautiful 

SARVEY LTO tssAKi mountEln viewi 

-2—SpaciouB living room ideal for Uvegtodt. Jf''** toraai*^ watar — wmuv 

V .MIT nAan.ii7.n.. with mlged hearth. inni Tspirw ««nm '« haaeh | 2 .sn oe 


am, hWi<i^*-^rttoiB-‘ 

6 06 BcrM bardaring Ontral w.woTio 


ACREAGE 
- „ /pb ainl High* 
Hrtliig' eiaarad -o 


** JOYCE NFTTI SatiMch OB Pat Bay High* ^invebthent opportunity 

M-iSS S lAd. 5-Many, many other extras. w*y ^ 2-bedr^, hill ’SSTlHirn 

basetnent tWuM. Approx. 3 raum. oniy ii3.im).oo 
®—«•>**•««$ piPesenUy In berries, parkbville ngALTv m i-m 
Kins ARE SAFER mortgage. This is baautlful view prop- Roul^wicSm' — 

ISro^'S T-Ratotonawe terms. 

ibto^r; Utobaa wHh loti of . __ “ * ”**“ ---- 

cugboard vana. 4 iR. <19.900. Asking price 131.900. dWsioo. __ 

totfi J pisff*F sdR wn COUNTRY UVING 

jicUiS^VE^Vs LTO. GEORGE H O W A R D 656- Fw m^fnformatiS ' on ITS FINEST 

--3S24, 656-3978, 385-8731 (34 jjq, q* above propartlea tim a«w af iraa uikjand. A 

ann rmriM'rw nnurva !*»”•> earn IggMiyxte ■ i ^ wg —a 


OPPORTUNITY 
new tovpMni vn 


PARKjyiLLK REALTY CO. LTD. 
_ niane SBfBlI oe a«4a 

i^LArawioaerr -ais— 

ANDREW PKARBON - 3«-*T3S 


COUNTRY LIVING 
AT ITS FINEST 


ISLiOO 

Tm appoiniBaanIs to view eaU; 
S. W. BROXSES 
aMMM ar 4TS-14H 
P. R Mrown and Sai U4. 


AND PBOPEBTtBa SIDNEY MMtai ' ^ ML— SSS to 

- OLDER HOME SSJ** 

ISABircUTl r E- O" • beautifully If— ti-acm toto ^ _“T— aSlm ■»< 

PARKSVILLE atm 34 batoeara. aim a Urae ^ )M.iO 

wortalto p . Special dramtoaneai Par appoiniBaanIs 

VIEW LOTS For lummw fun and ihJe of IMi dniratala LIVING S. W. BRt 

futura rattrameni. check ihia lelac- P>i’P*'tl'. ateo tar maxunm ktoStH ar > 

itoo of baanltful tried Iota, afl wtUi apwimeethmitong. Aitona rYUTM-rov emvf v PR ■<«»> 

ccemiMiidbig vl^t (X aam aito PSI®. Try your Met COUNTRY STYLE "■ ■•••• «k 

tnouiilalna Prieee la suit your ____ 

budget end valws to tuU the moat GEIORGE HOWARD Baa p Y E ARM SIO FtJR A 

arsir'ff sis* sj? f" » '*pr.; sssrs''=».?' : sssasTia 

nnnnrnv a— mmi— »Mch rat tn s3wJ!^^LTS*v 

REVENUE PROPERTY Newty re- iJfU Vto-B I p mtaiaro d^jPARATELY «r TO- > 

msMbd "No Stop, " I RRTlionM BUT VIEW BY GBYBBR - If yen act faat. RAVXNXILl 

wttt) dBhlMl IdMMD, JftTfi viBHy a——/^M t V lAiitef Pfaflfii' Bdn 

TttMttl gkl-.1V. f/1 APPUINTMLNT UNLeX 1 *- - - - 


”7»gw.-- Hoidi ngi LM. 7jr jonnron at g^afg-E. thew'-'L ro^_rooU I badrin 

nnnnrnv ndtaoMI Mii—S »Mch rai ba ^!^P. “ ^ •*?te fL!to*' IWW. ^torf 

REVENUE PROPERTY Newty re- iJfU Vto-B I p mtaiaro d^jPARATELY «r TO- I ^nwfa Rd. ^fl90 QU 

msMbd "No Stop, " I RRTlionM BUT VIEW BY GBYBBR - If yen act faat. RAVXNXILL MSIMl 

with eBhbMl MidHB, large "vanity aBtoriTiJTan-hpr rtMf v Mlrtey Pbflgn" Beraaaton IM 

bate, nidtog drom (0 raio^nd APPOINTMENT ONLY i_/rao er ttraa batoeow raaiier- nrLn ul _ 

rainy «h» fMlmes P)iib 4 ranial hTw how* on A M aera Baa ataMe »g 0 ltpoii 

uflfti to brkw you (hat aatfa M aaika Rd. Bcaidwmd ML AM—prtea < 2 ) 000 . tiM M Cobbia XBL Ptooot 

incoma. BtuaM m over half act* I1&900 w TnaBwi,, TO-SOft 

of land ctoat to. beeltoM valne at 2 AR Matter ar ratlrcment with t-Sto pout tbraa aoaa tiaed ^ '■ - 

aoly IM.ina. h.3^ ou Mr prantoan pnMitad llvtog rabin. (IreplaM. proprrty with open araaa, ^nd fr*TI>—WT 

^aa MMM. ipartaui kit chan and larga building iltei AMttng (21,100 PBCtfKKYTKR 

eauntn" let. Good fistobctna Located hatw e tot lYoapart rai tlk ■‘■arrM.MXlHi* 

TAX* TO THE WOODS 31 ac of Lakes .... .. . - ST V ' to rurtnET^ - 

buthiaad. wttb nsma gaed anil 33m Bradford SI-SMnay nu- ir S**y” i ^ ^ 

tM Ibnbar nvar ran IM 900 ART LAWRENCE 4TS.M17 " ..**< 5 WWI. wmltonl graval 

ruad (ronuac. Thia l!& enilrl he a "Try VOW trade fheuM er leg) on R«v*l Oak PruparUea LM rater view. 

,L?rCtoI Mr. B.M avASS" " *' -‘■ 

SS2® bSSn?®LR F r S^‘^ba‘7rv'i“* *"* w’nh^lJi»^“:^toif^ln35| JStor'SIS. "’iie—d *^“'wtto 

jyi* atiral Wia ba paved. baaemenl garage and a aandy hanck. 3 hemca euttosUtoa 

»44 MMvlll. Drtve-Stdney tSTtS^ 

heating, ^y liralated with baiigl. W,MS toira^^ SpSr teJ^MTMB dtoJ” ^ 

fully l antotepad gmuoda A rari Newly Bllad Mnr ggw S B.R, full *«•.«» rar ra.ra nwa. 

opportunity to ora a touly ftalMad bamL hocna with A-fran^ »^diran boma wllb »ragt. lavaril toiii waurtratt ira to 

hone, ]uM a ftor inlnutoa walk antraaa. rgm carpal, leabn gi 4 .aoo ihffiriil )»7 CM iMd Aoera to 

fnan tha thoj^eg centra. Pull brick P..P, Ige. oibdeck and baacb^M to SILIM " '** ** 

prira miy 131.900 anth lerma B-29n landarapliig. Catiipara tea vain* iw.iwtoran baave ninttiM an 

CaU Mr Oaytan avaa "fsg-— ban larga lot tU.IM High vtaw wntortrwri lot 0—. 


jhane, ]uM a tm inlnulaa walk antraaa. i(w carpal, leabn 04.000 ebaEwM ItovT Gotto rmd • — - ™ 

fnan tha thoj^eg centra. Pull brick P..P, Ige. oibdeck and baacb^M to MLIM " '** ** 

prira miy 131.900 anth lerma B-29n landarapliig. Cafiipara tea vain* iw.iwtoran baave ninttiM an 

CaU Mr Oaytan avaa "fsg-— ban large lot tU.IM High vtaw watortrwri lot 0—. 

iCLOm IN 3 ■ N horn* with 2QB3 Btolly-i X Rd Saablch s-bedrora aniarfrra boma On.MO » acre vtaw tot stotb nS" w t Fttei 
llrapiace. cabinet kiteber Pem- rri.SOO tram. Oaad lA. faUn «—■« 

bi^a pMMng. aU aMctrIc. nuy hum ba aoM. Try your Irade. i.hedraom bCMie and imller UI.IOO View af paalog iblpa 

otber featurca Slluated m LU Haw ) RR tall taaermrat home or houM aad tot miy M.OOe. 

. erra M lac tec*pad ground* Goad with larga covered aundedi Bgh St* ockimn 3D 

garden nil ^^Mmental traae enmity view* L.R with F.P.. ta ssacra* etew-ln, XIM. FRED lleLAUaRLIN 

Iran Irra. iwr haated gram- llpa dining room, egartom kttA 3n-711S EUrma Realty Lid SM-flMI 

.valm to miy m. kto bath and temlty ram Vtew Ma wtecd teon RMK for 1903 Cook St ViclorU B c 

EM.m. H sot CaB Mr FrantaeB routood In betow. towa totorroatlm ar to viaw Maitort- „ ■ _ _—- 

ave* Mt-—. VIOcrIa reMdmti BUI Eoaik At dfl—t Ra* ltl-34H GORDON HEAD 

-gr^hra Mr. Undte. watorad. MMfOt t <> *** _ LARGE SEAFRONT LOT 

B THWAmSS AGENCIES LTD P. R temm wsd Son. Ltd. ^ TaAn“icV Fbatoble ir5iU.*TSS%I^'S^nl?T2; 

PnrhavUa, B.C. Phere Mt433h — VUt lovely laatnro MaaM hotoc. raca no Save Way taew m man- 

PAREBVTLt.R Three h a ton a m i, FiRl BSM’ . arty Mra ba oM gifj. 


OARDKBXR'B DBLICBT 

SU*"-- SSS ’SJ^. "«i,d-*‘5( SHAWNIGAN LAKE 

• MVatir^ M m gaimd rtrtat. wired Rr W.b iMtodan .MOP EAST SIDE 

■ewer and water — traniaeMate AN ACRE. A banuitfai buy ai >_ -__ 

SJTa^d^^rniljr’teeTS 

pomlorUb)* hoini fCAturci Mtt Mm MMm fumare. /SS" 

Uving roam «ith hsndy «l«rtrle 8 W PLUS Sm^ll cotM« ff?- _•JJi ,r^***^ 

ulllliy. ktichm and btoh Atlnehed <n<n. reptb. lor 0« p.m 1 PIJUS X 
garage - Stcasae terra to store* ITI acra of pmethil country 

fhto homa must be aaan to hr tolly letUng PWl prlca (M.tOI Quirk ‘SSl T? 

appracltoad by lb* diacrimlnatlng necuptrry CaS Hobart Young. 

buyer - Why aeitto ter leee* Pali Kt^ ^nf^**** , ^ O**! 

f doe msan Wiu, lll.noo down HcAdame Invaalment LM. Ft*" ebU 

lew by app-tom-U «ly - «* £ 2 ^ 0 -* UA 

HAVING NEIGHBOUR NORTH SAANICH 

ANDKKW PeARSOP —* SIS'H9 i SJi c? 

ROLAND WICEJm - Mt^Stn IKUUMLJ!. WOODED ACRJE 2 L eg qtAM 

iirtnkm gOUTXXlN raiu rav, 

—■ — ■ HAS THAT HOBBY aXtem. aty rater, ptoa mmr 

TrttoSD^wWER BECOME A BUSINESSt r2,5i* ^ 


"nko BlDIttXat HniI.<;E wm fUaalad oa U bamHul parfc-like 143k-lVI (M hr* 1 4»-3ilf Call ALAN A POETER M-3M W 

etow. ^aonebt ovar 1 acre. Near'amiA gmrad ter calla W kwte* [ Royal Oat Propertlee Ltd. 3S-7371 Tran alM CouBtry Realty 


BEACH HOUSE 


oak ray 

LffWtod Heae to everything t h I * 

mten 1 b a. 1 B Ra 

Wkwra* PkttW and dliang rooma 
fk batha, torgr rOc. roota. All 
offen. tome and tram* eon- 
•Idered on the r^ced tiKINC 

ffiTm-dflaS — 

•18.900 ONLY 

1> the ABEING Brtce ter teu 

lawaactoata madam BR 
tom p ra la a Moa arai cloaa to. 
U3W dram payment, easy (arm. 

and_t r a d a I airaiwad LXB 

nSHER MhUlI w (Tf-SL 

fm>p-ooN'T MISS nos 
EXCELLXItT XUY-dlEBB 
This 2-badrecm ■ *(|tcb la 

bametedati bMdi and oM Imi 
barn devafowd to pratde extra 
acconussodatton — M Mb), walk to 
Ntopteag. )0 yds. to bus. Separate 
dla^ taam. fbB tanram drtoa. 
la jtem* WHh B C 3nd Mortgaf* 
n.Sbo wwdd handle ttfOti 
OAVX CIXaON Mi-5drr 

ON OP THE GOOD BUYS 

TURoonBE ponrr - aiiM 

TWi to w a y 4 yr old home rmra 
be eaeei oa tea IKSIDK a. well a. 
the OVr to apprartale the 
aneMlent acaommsdaWmi. uoo •«. 
ft 2Vtr bathrooHM, 2 Creplaca* 
double garage are hM gOME^ 

OAK BAY 
c&ao 

Ctwrateg aMw biBihi bmaa ante 
tote af man*, t biilriBnto. Mi 
diettx rara. dap hot rater hra. 
u m^ta. TBi wiuK aM-aii ac 

BUHEBX HBW T O WN XO UBE 
GORDON BRAD 

The Oaeto In eomlort anri nm 

venitotoi. am viaw rail to ran 

ihraalMal: baauUiul kflrtton in- 

teffSPST^ui 'ST dm 

payrriMf or (ruli your houaa. 
TEa> «nUA XB-Ull or HiM 

BRFNTVOOD 

Congiate iwi van kna homa cn 
4H aagga yaw-aaCf Ufa of iMix 

a gS^cVtaTi.: 

sn* and If rov Ilk* it 

asucatw^*^°°"°* 

TUFFRET HOd MiTJJi 
LTD. 

Rea] Estate and Insurance 
1U8 Blanshard St. 
38t>-7737 

CAREY ROAD - HBAOO 

STARTING" HETIL.NG’ 

NKW ON-Y 3 BEURUOMh' I 
Thu eh ar a sar ii aa iTBnapnrteiiun, 
Close to ihooDliv Cop'Nr ,'ium'*<ns ! 
winiit uiHlalad. naany deenratori. I 
targe modettt h.iritoA. heari« nrwi 
all lunaoc. Brato.ca w Uving room 
BEU) WB BAX MORII SUNDBrS 
TOO, n» LATY TiAtf CALL 
UrW DALLIMORE OR DON 
Caamau MS-Ttll FOR PULL 


( M on Blaaly bead levat H Jato 
New. Fhadroom haaM, living room, (rvataga WA"TXXPROHT lot on 

dining raam idiutlei and oablaat »—•■«<■■■ Gallroa Beach, Ikuiifay 

electtfe kUchen. Ftoor SDbdwd Hie tatatod SlnHlad cedar citertar. 

or rail to well, aa yen wiah. No uMUBml nwu*i iag iiigga, Fnn 

haaaakMt- VAMO. roira piui Ml wMth am deck 

New home m vtew let Cathe^al 

emraeee. S badrean., dan. iivtng t— uT J—i tba n^land 

lanwdalii* Hydra gmin Am. own 
kltiran, ran-towa M earpeUng, ex- mu Futl — m nM 

aM^fXIlS ■"•drall Rat. ^ 2 flM 

Two-acrc tote, rom* wllh creek_ 

trsotage. froD thtOB to Ri.Na. HflO 

down h alaa iw at m per, maoth SBRXBB RETIREMEMT 


wu li B Id «Mj fl mam trem _ J " 

ta^bitaraa « WATERFRONT 
a^EJrt"? PS-* Try year pjERT TO 1480 


JOTN BARTON LANDSEND RD. 

BMLT 7 ei PiAim tea hama M raff dream. 

»^'**** m thli beaWlflg woM amv (d 

watmfnnt la apm ty . whldi li now 

LIVE IN THE COUNTRY 7.:r«,"StoCSSri^ 

In Wi lovaly POUR BEOHOOM - **-****^: 

etemonUKiU tom. LWIBG ROOM for tha taM af 

aTS: ^ith a. smith 

SSb S^All*tei.™°a'?^!^ ®6.1S27. 66-3934 
acTH <d dtoki tend ta a bmiiUAii SSS-STH (34 hrs.) 
toeatton Thure"* « brand naw elRit- crown *^*>~ c D. Pmra 

h?? • wHf - mSSm uJrfe? J^^at 


ww. ram* Lnu m»«ra Qp WATERFRONT 

WALLY MILLIGAN GORDON HEAD RD. 

mradvtew P i MWBm idh FANTASTIC VIEWS 

PRIVA-n: SAIX. COOBTRY S 3 S .500 

^Vtog w l tma y y , y, Tmty me af AM WATERFRONT 

an d gbir propertlaa left within the baoMarta. 
S?Sf ?SSlLi ^J^32IS2?* “* ““ UiuvmMly, Racgmt aisb. 

'VpodaOed Large Beach aad Paeh, toealy troad Gond 
Sr. "T5*, J'®™"- “r hulldlag Nta. mot houfng pemarty 
^ Far dMaBi aa to tarni aM^Um 

C4f xanst; AM c mtAm tmuiQ it oiSI_ 

C. A. CUFF ANDERSON 

tstn aeWtai neelgkga at • per ■kdn or Rm:4T7-sm« 

ernl. |7t par ratilh. Ml price Pemberton. Holme. Ltd. 

ar " M^i T CT Ei mAL 

-113 R of MU iny smUtttmtt oiMh 

ESTATE SALE •ar-2i,.5' 

16.6 ACRES 

fltl. HOBBY FARM hm 3 bMroom Sir ^ u‘St? ifi^W^ktoS 

SS2L ^-<5L_ *“* *« eji^iTSSl 


TO by Abe Schrader estate sale %L.‘ar-2iii-'tr3i; 

^ PRINTED PATTERN 

streaking •head into summer, the aleck, Him, low- Ml?TT SSS. V’."teaTraE 

wiift drew ia topped by smartly fringed and fashionable * 2 ]? ^ * /Sonh toon a* snud i m t rramt 

shawl. It’s practieally a costume ready to go anywhere, horte* im ridSm**AMjiSf‘'aa*^* *“ “ 

morning, noon and night. TTm original of Prlntfcd Pattern o2'p»Mnrito^iff '** * Bay ^ Don giaa Realty ltd. 

:M424 by Abe Schrader » a lightweight knit — an ideal--- 

I choice lor your version. You'll wear it summer into faU. ^ o-STUS* 

I and ali year. Note the sprightly pleated skirt, the pert guiibr^ mac* ta? ^ nop* 

ipockett. A great way to start a new Bcaton is to send for US S**» 

your pattern now, then pick your fabric. I [S^^nyS. **'* flTienc Lm*" 


riM. Dooglaa Realty Ltd. 


ud ajj year. Note mt ipngRtly pleated iKlrtp the pert AutflAatfiv Add mr - fle ” ^ mMy ikipc. 

pockett. A great way to start a new seaton is to send for I i!% 

your pattern now, then pick your fabric. tag^amiieSteo™**" Lm*" 

Printed Pattern M424 is available in new Misses’ * staN TRONT -^-- 

» 2 es 8. 10. 12. 14. 16. Siae 12 (bust 34) dreu and shawl 385-9741 477-2829 SJiJSa "Ji2.* Bo^K* 

require 376 yards 454ncb fabric. J. a. Bandmaaa Realty lu o^d 

Send one dollar for Printed Pattern M4M to The Daily mvm 

Cedudet, Patterh Depsrtznaot. 80 Front St. West, Toronto, BRENTWOOD nnx&'aRfll UD. 

Ont. Please print plainly your name, addrees with style PROPERTIES Ltd.-—- 

number and alra ™S PBaPEBTY B UB IT. C» 

W. laScI T new fashion deomie - new 1970 couture ^ 

pattern book has the most exciting coUection of designer ‘ WaiTsSST T?*-riJ!%2S 

dresses, coatumes, separates, pants outfits for day, gp!, 

levening. Plus 50c coupon — apply to any 11 pattern in ~~~' 9 iat iEV mive.^ —“ m-isu. ' 

Book. Send 50c, coo“er ur WATERWwnerr 

Instant fashion book! Learn to stretch, aecesaorize.'MENT, in-tin la oam was » n 

revitalise your waidrobe. Chix»e right line, to minimise; SSV^'aU UK-X 

flaws, avoid mistakes. 128 pages, hundreds of pictures., tion m.ms EeTlisy^LM r 

3100 "«B»U 9 « MRS. F WEH tM. AMHX (tea 

I book helm you to wear tomorrow what a acres pat bay riobway UNSP«La 6 ”ocscA)t™ST 

I you start sewing today. 500 illustrations. Only fl.(l 0 bu< Lake trott. am. Hony tract i Aswa. af . airiwtR ■ 

I Next week - watch tor a prominent dmlgner pattov Sdw'*^ Mim *mS£ “i* ^Vajt?ai T^SSm £ 

|by John Ntrman. «|?m.rtESC^ - 5r.rtt«Sl£ 












30 Batin (Bnlimlil. Victoria, B.C, Sundo)*, April 12, 1970 

Mf WATEBTBONT tm OONDOBI1NITT5U 

PBOPEBTIES FOB WAI.F- 

(X)WICHAN RIVER 

WATERFRONT “STRATA TTIU:'’ 

BI Iw ^ <K> **•"' "•n deitoned 

Wc teM beea iiulntcUd by Um w*l] louidsTOafed. 1 ^ i 

ewnon to eCri IN* booiBttuI bedroom n)tci tn a on- 

parkllka proper^ for «le. Till* venknUy »«— aiMitBieia 

parcel U eo atiuUad tbal the rtwr blocb are bate lotd htdlvlftiaity 

{lowi t hr out h approx e of lU ondtr a "STRATA TITlS 

acreace ereallBs appnv. 1,008 ft- of PLAtf" Prteei rania from 

wetertroot on te norPi baak a>d IM.Jtti to tlT.IDD airi they an 

l.SOO fl. on the nuth hank The be (inMicad to a LOW DOWK 

river front age conlalni aandy PAYMENT!! The wUei qualify 

beachCA ahoala and trout poola lor the B.C. gov't, grant or 2nd 

property la well treed, eaiy aeceu MORTGAOB!! The "Krvlce 

raaid, telephone able Id and itetge" will be epproxlmately 

Hydro aoon to (olkyw. 140 per month aaa II coven 

Pull Price S60 000 Y’"*f ^ iwt'r heat itndt- 

,1 vidmlly cortrMled), eahlevliion. 

With Verjf Easy Temu domanlc hot water, ea vrtll ee 

all the bgilding malMananci 
To view or fee further Inlonnattan "<• iBBirtnce, parking, 

phone RON BE DGER et etc. All ymi gay U your ^ht 

NEWSTBAD REALTY LTD. 383-8Ut ead Ulepbwe! Thlnh of H! Live 

er 47^303 anytUne comnrt and convetena (or 

- -ea iUUe aa 840 po- sMoth! 

Inveatlgata, get Bw fidt Mary 
KOPINA SUBDIVISION “d dinuy wiitej at 

foawwvortwr Aiur. CROFT 9T. DPEN BOUSE 

ov^jJJeSwteJiiT i/vra DAILY INCLUCWHG 8 AT UR- 

S£ID-WATEBfHfM(T IXJTS SUNDAY. DEM P.M. 

LocalMl 45 mite north cd Nanalte. **•« 

lane beta paved roadi. water - - - — , 

lyHcai, hydra. Xx^nt view Iota 8 HDEUTERBO «Mn>Main’~ 9 
cnee to Seeg Bay artih year rente atra. Tta beat of tha laUte. 
Tnnorage, LMrgi Caontry Club type SaitaUe fbr you qeaae R. Ceteal 

buildir« will) Iwated awtmnHng Snanirti Mt-oan. after < p.m. 

^ hesirable 

•t.HO to tUI.HB with a pa card oBer. «B-7371 __ 

down, for breehoref write orphane —,1—. m ., 

Frank H, HcLaughlin evea T»Sa LOT 

or JaA Coalie. eve* TSB-7«n, aew nlgen Lake, fTMb cub. 478- 

Naulmo ReaNy Co Ud, n<w SI*. 37ST _ 

Nanalma B.C. 794-2311 jj5 fj SHAWMIGAH LAKE 

___ wunfrcnl SokdIvWte poaMble. tgt- 

ROLUNG SANDS *L___ 

BOATING PARADISE MS BODHBS 

FISHERMAN'S DREAM WASTED TO BUT 

Thla lovely te located JuM nerlti <d 

XSy Hte oa the 

highway in thli exduMve hMIday or » BLAICTARD ST. 

Mate. wilted, 2 orTTS;^ home with 

beach. U you have had a dream «f wlUmg beaemeot tor caah or 

then here ll your anewer — can be <»*h to mtg, any area, except 

bought for «S!oin down payment SS3d?®Mi.te ® mmmi anteK 
nod balnnce at 8 per cent. Freddy SUrke, 38B.32SL 477.a0!, 

Full Price only J17.800 Guaranteed! U yaa peoptey la 

MRS. V. ROBERTS under SU.OOO and can be fixed up 

.T82-8U7 or 5KM171 

.Newitead Realty Ltd. BEN GREIG 3a&SDl ■ 478^283 


CHOICE WATERFRONT 
HOME $34,950. 

CharmlBg 2- b edraom home muit be 
eeen tobe appredatad. Sliiated on 
alnKwt S of an acre ct S°r««te 
weteitrant on a quMt dead-end 
MreeL bbdern and iRinMCUlate la 
every detail, thli evgiilMie home 
feature* an attractive luiten Uving 
room wtth a coiy flreplaca and wail- 
to-well earpetlrie: aepante dining 
area wHh wall-towall earpettng. 
■tiacloui tadght Uteben and a 
profeeMcaally-flmehed rec room. To 
view thla fln« borne, pleaje phone 
RON MacDONALD 
885.Am CrawD Realty. G. D. Pcaker 
Boldlngl Ltd.. 771 Jobneon SL 


LANDS END 

, WATERFRONT 

—Fiihiv 
—FantaMlc viewi 
—Nearly U acre. 

—BoathouM with lanm. 

—Cozy, well-buill 3 bediootn home. 

—Ackliig price only la.SM 
If thee* add np to your dream, call: 
An LawiuBee te jBt 

viewing: 471 MET (M bft.1 4TS-an 
Royal O ak Propertlen Ud. 

SIDNEY REALTY LTD. 
&3G-3928 

WATERFRONT 

PROPERTY 

One of SaarUch laleU nuct Beatitl 
ful Waterfront oroperOee plu* a two- 
bedroom hmwe Qnlibed In the tinert 
n( laeta Thla property cooilaU ol 
three loti which can ba divided If 
an deMred. ISO tL <d welerfrmit - 
fun price BS.ono Fee further 
tnjormMlcio ftenc Gewfe Mltroa 
SMgS, aa-2IB anytime _ 

ear seafront 

10 ACRU LAND _ 

IJ4RGE 5-ROOM HOM TE. MARINA 
POTENTIAL, CCSmXAN SAY. 

ASKING 185,000 _ 

SM-iaa D0R01BI VStlTAKES 
74a-3SU ^ 

»' WATERFRONT 

QUALirr HOME. EANDT 

BEACH. 

ASKiHG I3K7S0 _ 

fflP-ua E. GIBSON T4H723 
CANADA PERMANENT TRUST 
U2S DOUGLA S STREgT _ 

NEW LISTING 
FRONTING ON LAKE 
HOME 1.96 AiCRES 

Elk Lake, PatUUca eetttng. large 
horfc corral, coay ctkUge nmcMv 
mature fruit Ireee end lovely tall 
evergreca*. beauaral fknrera, walk 
SO ft. to lake end awtni or feed the 
iwana — Abeoluic privacy — 
Akklng 885,900 Muxt be nld. owner 
leaving town 479-1687. (34 hrai 
MABEL CRACK. Rei. (KFUU 
Royal Oak PraperUe* Ltd. 

YOUR DREAM 
NEVER ON ULARKEH' 

1 luncatly feel tMi tape Ihm aU 
for EMO^ONAL VALUE What a 
propcTly {nr retlKtaenl in * cloee-ln 
quality area iK Wiper walarfront 
view* Here li efraeader. privacy, 
aei'iixllon and lovely landaaplns. 
plul a charming, mature 2-badraom 
home. PTvme me with no obMgalhn 
on thli delight. Piloa tSa.MM With 
terma Ckil ROBERT YOUNG. 983- 
4124 or 3M-3SM rei. Meteame 
In lakuMi l Ltd. __ 

GUESS WHAT7 YOUR 
OWN BOAT HOUSE 

I have a very InlereMUu Uatlnna. 

L The Gwge Boat Haum U Ibr 
aale again. TTy yonr lack. A huga 
old bunding with Hi own boat 
wavi. Tear down the taMhtIng and 
build a MW MUN <n tbe lot over 
the Marine wnya Kandyman'i 
apedal. AMOog ewly tlASOO with 
low down payment 

J H. Whlttome and Oa Ltd 

SOOKE WA'fraFRONT 

Over 2 acrei cleared and level 
approx. 185 ft wttcrfronl and 186 
fl. road fmnt. PoaMWe MlbdlvWon. 
Real buUden opportanlty. 

$18,900 Terms. 

F Sherwood, phone 386-^231 
Block Broi. Realty Ltd. 

B > imiLD WATERFRONT AGE. 
acceaalMe by road. 5-bcdraom 
houae, bill baaamant. remodaiied 
kittiien and ilvlag room, automatic 
oil furnace and had water haatar. 
New ihake raof. Sltitead on 1 aoe 
land Private, 830,808. Gear Utla. 
Contact L. Ahdannn. Bandleld. 
R.C 7284374 

SHAWNIGAN LAKE 
WATERFRWT ACRE 
Nicely treed acre In a nmny 
locatM. too ft. frantage. Pavte 
rowD. Mr*. Webb 477-80K Johnatoo 
A Co _ 

SKAWHBAN L a E K — U<3DERR 
fidiy-plaMarad, baated. tumli^ 
and equipped 2 • badroocs aumaer 
and winter bungalow. 4-^ece bath, 
exceltet wharf, aeparita luralihad 
gueM cabin. 531986. Iknaa for a 
good cuvMahL te wwi 

SBAWMiGAN LAEB, CBOICE LOT, 
new accaat road, tann*. 47S-9UI. 

Mi boNotnoNiuMs 
FOB SALK 


FOR SALE 


A beautiful older large mifniy 
home on tha beach at Parkavllle 
Vary nice 1 ts acre kx with 
running alream Thl« praperiy feai 
125' beach fniKaae Livingrodm 
aiU Dlnlncrocm hav* hardwood 
floora. wall to wad carpet >1 tha 
bedrooma oo tlw main floet. 

DowTvaymenl M 08.880 will 
handle. Write OBI* CMridy tt Bat 
118. Coianba. B.C. or Dlwaa 794- 
2SU. Nanaimo Itelty Co. Ltd.. 


nSHERUEN — BMr ye 
AibWiU Caaal — Bamfleld 
WaMttag - U aeraa - tl7,n 
DOM MacCLEHBNT - «a-22U 
BLOeX BROS REALTY tn-lSO 

SHAWNIGAN LAKE 

Beautiful Mi on lb* Shawnigan 
Country Gab graondi tor aale now 
Cone to. the Inn and aik for Mr. 
Walt. 743 291 

MANY ’ BEAUTIFUL LOlf ON 
Mcntiby and Dantnan IiJandi, 11,800 
4ii mODD. lerni. Modern pn^nrly 
dcvelo^nenii. 819 Fort Straat 382. 
7522 

twoTedroom (Coopi ATAirr 
meirt Id quiel Beach Drive hlo^ 
Groamd naor, garage available. 
811.580. Vlctarki Praaa, Bim ML 


“STRATA TTIU:'’ 

IMw, attractive, wen dcilgned, 
well aouidpraafed. 1 am 3- 
bedroom aultei to a c(m- 
venteUy Mm ted apnitBienl; 
block are bate aoM htdlvIBialty 
under a "STRATA TTf LS 
PLAN ■■ Prlqai range from 
114.500 to 817.188 and they an 
be (Inmcad to a LOW DOWN 
PAYMENT!! The luUei qualify 
lor tha B.C. gov't, grant or 2nd 
MORTGAGE!! The "Krvlce 
rtutge" will be ■pproxlmately 
840 per month anaf II euver* 
your boi water hmt itndt- 
vidually coAralled), eablevliion. 
domaallc hoi water, na well ae 
all the butldlng mabManancf 
and MPvlea, inaurance, parking, 
etc. AH you gay i( your Hght 
and Ulapbcna! Thlnh of H! Live 
in comCbri and convetence (or 
aa iiaie aa 840 po- sMoth! 
Inveatlgata, get Bw fidt Mary 
and iee our dlxplay witei at 
la CROFT ar open bouse 
DAILY INCLUEHNG 8 A T U R- 
DAY AND SUNDAY. LNM P.M. 
DON HARVEY LTD. J8MR 

8 HDEUTERBO WMTBMtoam’. ‘9 
etra. T»E beat of the laUte. 
Soitahla fir you qate R. C«0al 
fieinVti Mt-oaBO. after < g.m. 

DESDUBLE Uir AT 2834 SHORE^ 
line Drive wllh ST wtetOte on 
Portaga Inlet. 814.500 or Manii 
oBcr. aO-TSTL 

1MOOT WAtiRmNT LOT 
SawBlgan Iwke, fTSBD oab. 478- 
9767 

19r”fT TbAWNIGAM LAKE 
tjjUrfrcnl SokdlvWte foaxlble. 889- 

MB BODHBS 

WARTED TO VDT 

YOUR HOtffi OR PROPERTY IS 
HEQUIRBO BY BLOCK BROS. 

IM BLANSHARD ST. 

Wanted, 2 or 3 badraom horn* with 
or wlthoig baMmaot tor caeh or 
mih to mtg, any area, except 
View Royal or Sidney. 

Freddy Staike, 38b92SL 417-fins. 

Guaranteed! U your ptoperiy la 
under 813,000 and cen be fixed up 
tor rcMle My cUant will buy If for 
caab to you. Any are*. 

BEN GftEIG 388401 ■ 4T9-I2S3 

Modem S-bedroom home with Vle- 
Iflrta'f imailefl garden for an 
ardent golfer 

George Argyie 98S42S1 - lB3-7m5 

WANTSb m UPLANDS 
EaMera elleol retenlng to Victoria 
in September wlihe* to buy a 
Metioeeque- hcene quiet area of 
Upland!. Widmum requirementi 
arc 3 bedroomi, 3 balhitnovi dm, 
large living raom, dltfng reom and 
beauUfgl gardm. Price open. Mn. 
Hutton. 1. B mtttame and Co. 
Ltd . 988-4271 Or Sm-Sa77. 

CASH^'TO LOW’iNTERENT 
HORTOAGE 

hx- a 3- b ediiioen hoiue with tuH 
baiement and pleaeakt lumund- 
lfig> around 885.080. Please call 
MRS MARY BOLIZKI of NEW 
STEAD REALTY LIMITED. ST¬ 
OUT or 858-5770. 

W^WTED - CASH PURCHASER 
tran Ontardo require* 9 bedroom or 
2 bednutn plua den. with aea view 
for April tte In SNVItt.mi range. 
Call MR. PAGE, 884-8138 w avea, 
471-8058. 

PamhertKh Holnse* Ud 

i WILL BUY -rotm 2 OR 8 BEI> 
roam hone immedietely fcir caah ll 
It'i xultaMe tor rental purpoeea. For 
faat action caD my agant J. 
ROGERS at BLOCK BROS. 
REALTY anyOmft 98SS2S1 

TRANSFERRED? 

Need inatant caah for your old 
home to buy another one* Call ALF 
PORCHER. 386-2955 or 384-5823. 
Mayfair Realty Ltd. 

CASH CLIENTS 

win pay all carii or caWi la 
mortgage hir your 3 or >-bedraom 
honte with huemcnl U gOanMe 
Call Vietcr Woag SB-3198 qr C9- 
B08. Byrcn Price A Aaeoc iataa Ltd 

WANTED DIRECT FROM OWNER? 
good family taooie Vtclwfa or 
vlrkdly. 477-«!K 

ALL CASH UP TO OH.OOB FOB S 

beitec m >«in»ato at In loi* aim 
PrhMpwla ote HB-asgS _ 

2-BEI»OOM. BASEMENT, BOUSE 
up to 819.008. have 89000 don No 
agenta Pbona 589-4117. 

Mi USTXNOH WAMTSD 

REQUIRED irTSIDNEY 
By May 1, 1970. 2-bedrDom 
retirement type home in 
Sidney proper. Must be 
within walking distance of 
shopping area. 

C. M. (BiKl) FCHIBES 
385-8731 . 852-2850 

Crown Realty G. D. Peakar Hold- 
Ingi Ltd. 727 Johnion SL 

Wanted Country Shack 
In the buxh (secluded) between here 
and PackavlUe on an acre or more. 
Contact Fred Campbell, 383-4291 
RIthet Agencies Ltd. 

usTiNos Wanted n 

LaaglonL CoIwimhL Matchcirio 


REX HUGHES AGENCIES LTD 

_ 47HT98 _ 

PERSONAUZBD aERVICX 

RON CROW 

ISLAND HOMES LTD 
24 HR. SERVICE_ 380-7545 

S7« EXCHANGE 
BEAL ESTATE 

SELL OR TRADE 

9 term td Irnad property at Cobbia 
Hill. WUI ceMdw low down 
paynant or wbat have you. TWa la 
good prope r ty Bxduilee with B. 
LAWLESS. Cag 583-8870 or 383-137S. 
Town A CmMry Realty LU. 

tram: YOUR SMALL BCB4E. IF 
H ll ranaonaJH; mndaii and in good 
nondlUfln, (or a l-yaarold beauty in 
the Unlvaritty area feeturtog 2-level 
aecomRiodallon with all the modern 
amanltleL For more Information 
call STAN JAMES. 980-2956 or 1*1. 
582-8WD Mayfair ReaWy Ltd _ 

t71 um FOB SALE 


SOUTH OAR BAY NEAR 
BEACH DRIVE 

SSkSOD. Aakte 81X580 (lanne may 
lui txKHlderod) Rhoald Y. CaMMi 
Ree: 984800. TbwB aikl Cootey 
RaaMy 983 7778 (M hral _ 

BUY NOW WBLE THE PRICE B 
ONLY 85.000 AMD BUILD LATER. 
80X126 TOOT LOT BY WILKINSOH 
Road. 

RON MACDONALD 9854731 

Crown Realty G. D. Peaker Bold- 
ingt Ltd., 727 Johnwxi ff. 

BUlLDDfC LOT 
8(tiI3l 

LOCATED WITHIN 9 MILE 
CIRCLE a AREA OF MICE 
HOMES 0» DOWN AND ASKING 
*8300. CALL L MARgHALL. FAIR- 
FIELD REALTY LTD , 385-0789 

ANYTIME 

" CORDON BEAD 8EAVIBW 
130x100 ll treed IM. Choice neigh- 
houitimd. AaUng 815.000. CaD Tarry 
Fortinw "m LOT MAJT' at 
REALCARR ESTATES LTD. UOS 
Co(« Be.. Tel. 588-7739 

KENTWOOD TERRACE 
V.L.A. tat .401 aoe. iWtaMa for 
axecotlve type tidina. Ptannad 
■Ubdlvwen. Call: ERNIE LEE. OBi- 
5447 or 479-1887 (34 bn I TUtyl Oak 
PropertiM Ltd. 

SEAVIBW un 

W aoe (reed lot with beach ar c ta* 
an east fide of Saa n idi PaDteala 
no.SOD CllfT Salmmd at Owriner 
Agenda! Ltd. 4n.3g38 or W5.Tm 

OORDOVA BAY 

Panoramk aaa vunv. aimoK 1-9 
aoe. Excellent butldlng atte. price 
tu.9m F MarWialL 9097201 ICarifei 
Agendet Ltd.. S8B4M. 

3 LOTS CORDOVA BAT AREA 
with WBvtew, 1 In gond area In 
Eaqigaalt Plan* and eontnd te 
build If dterad. PteM call 47K111 

L8 ACRES, "gently SLO^G 
with coiintTV riMT (■> OUBald Rd. 
SsAiddi um Prindpala a0y. 888- 

V.L.A 

Save Ml praCab (ntne on M aern 
let. Scott Broa OonetrnelkiB, 471- 
603. 

LARGE TREED LOT WITH 
dream, and Krvicia I5in. Term*. 
Apfriy 849 BnxA Asnnue. 

Idrgc tree*, city water, ILClOO dom, 
ISM A Klenman. K^al Oak 
PrcperUai 479-1887 

SUPERB VIEW CORDOVA BAY 
Tktlli. Ready 4e build (M. Good 
terma 4774811. 

CITT LOT 80X45 BLEB. TAK 
boat p uwBi toolB «r 7 op to 89BII. 


m LOTS FOR SALE 
5 LOT S 

38,000 SQUARE FEET 
ZONED M-2 

Hotel, motel, apartment, 
dxnmercial. Close to new 
C.P.R. develc^Hnent, Parlia¬ 
ment Buildings, Empress 
Ifotel. 

PRICE $148,000 
Call KEN ROBINSON. 
385-2471 

Johnson A Co. Ud. 

9 SEWERED LOTS 
In new mbdlttelon nearlag compia- 
Uoa AHitng price 10290 to 88750 
8580 doam. NBA approved. Subelan- 
tiAl. raOucQon lo bididen with muiu- 
lot purcfaaac*. 

1 lar*! tat In Melviite Park. Sea 
gltmpee. NBA approved 
Addhx 87200 

CaH Gerry Uoyd. Rea me-UlO. 

Slegg Bros. Realty Ltd., 

^ Broughton St., 
386-6391 anytime 

TWO DUPLEX LOTS 

1— DUPLEX ZONED VIEW 
LOT IN ESQUIMALT. 

$9,500 

2- D UPLEX ZONED 
LEVEL LOT IN LANG- 
FORD. 

CALL: 

BILL SIDHU 

477-5382 382-4251 

RITHET AGENCIES LTD. 

Vi„A. PROPERtSs 

(A> 3.5 acrea eeaviewi, nicely 
treed. Pare tealed. 815000 — 
terma. 

(B) l.U acrea treed, tea gllmpaea 
Parc teetad - 85250 - tarma 

<C) 3.20 acre*, nicely treed, tea- 
Vlcwi, I8.SOO — |2.(M0 DP. 

(C) Over U acre, treed, ccuatry 
vtet, sHanned area. I5SCD — 
terma. 

A1 Vldwn 3SM43S Keith VIckera 
P. R Brawn A Soni Ltd. 

SEWERED LOT 
$9,500 

A Mealy (reed lot of tpproxlinately 
15000 eqaare feet. ON SEWER, at 
the end <g a GUIET aiUDE-SAC 
AdtolniDf [unperttei arc dte* lor 
new 0 r near new QUALITY 
HOMuBS Phooe non for fMther 
detail* and viewing. B e. 
JEFFERY. 385-7707 anytime. Mear!. 
Whyte aad Gower Ltd. 


CONDOMINIUM SITE 
OR APARTMENT 

Excelloit dte, level and fre* of 
rock. 289 fl frantage by 190 deep — 
44450 aq. R. good for sS lullei dooct 
holding ai there are 3 houH* and 
arte duplex and 833,000 mortgage 
that can be aMinned. CaH 
BEN PARENT 
of 

MEWSTEAD RRALTY LTD. 
3«-(ai7 or 3S-S21S 

parikviiZe 

$2000 DOWN 

Cloee to the beach. Lot BlFxm.r. 
Prtea 14950 

J. P. H. £vao! 

P. R. Brown and Sons Ltd. 

3854435 _ 477-4452 

LAKE VIEW LOT 
Shawnigan Lake — lOO'xltS' with 
L-aheped foundation* In lor 2S'xl4' 
hewM. Gently sloping and nicely 
timbered. Secluded e.SOn. ti.uuu 
down Ceil DON ROBBINS. SS3- 
TBil or MADGE HOLE, 383 5969 ur 
388-1361 ANYTIME 

Canada Permanent Trust 

POSSIBLE COMMERCIAL 

VICTORIA 

TWO LOTS ON A CORNER 

100 R. InxitBge ofl Esqulinalt Rd: 
Piioe 895,000 

yy» datalij tel StMl Eakfo 388-4395 

OAKLAND REAL ESTATE LTD. 
son Shakeapaare SI 

INDliSTRIAI. LOT ’ 

Oi VIcABaU Rd.. thta fUt cleared 

101 ki app. OO'XltO'. Inciudei plan* 
frr 3-ateey cement block and 
trame office and warehnuse build 
Ing. In a bnty commercial area. A 
gnod buy at 810,0111 with lerRi!. 
50-7721 CUft Salmnnd 477-3aH 

GARDNER ACENaES LTD. 

899 Fort Street 

xxrr FOR SALE 
$ 8,000 

NORTH OAK BAY 
WILLOWS 

CALL; MIKE RUWY, 5924G8 • 
Royal Oak Propertlee Ltd. 

TREED LOTS 

Highly located, aome wtth lake and 
monnUln view, piped water, perco¬ 
lation suitable tor normal leptlc 
tank Restricted to new home! only. 
Good buy at 15000 and 85350 each. 
Call GEORGE CHAN. 389-2955 or 
rea S&44]a Maytalr Realty Ltd. 

ACREAGE LOTS 

3 Acre! and up of taeautlful perk 
land, some vritfi aea and lake view. 
Easy tormi. 0,500 to 0,900. 
CManod aad Metehoain. 

MRS. McKEAGE 47»-586S 

latand Paciag Realty _ 

"new park division 

AT SWART2 BAY 
READY TO BUILD 
See h Ma d , dmaaly treed half aoe 
r.iti,!!wq Mtci <gi btadetop read. 
Perc tesM. sH sKvieaa Uwtaliad, 
0,000. PlMM tnxa Saten See ate*, 
389405 

HIGH VI EW LO T ' 

PERC TESTED 
$6,500 

MAUDE DOBSCMt—ELSIE O’BRIEN 
0594476 38M4Q1 477.2090 

Shirley Phllp*' Boraefllriars Ud. 

TWO ACRE LOTS — SECLUDED 
lailldliw iHca. 0,901 to 87.20. kiw 
doMi paymeid. 477.1419. 

HtCR SOCKLAND AREA LEVEL 
let an quiet cul-de-iac. 985-0449 

ns PKOPEBTY POB SALE 

1. V.L.A. PROPERTIES 

have eeverql good open priut- 
H*i. halt aCTC to 5 acRx QnaMM 
ft* VLA. Price 0.000 to M.SIH per 
aq. Seme and hceoei on half atfe 
to 1 aoe, ranglDg tram nO.nOO to 
19,50, with and withoot hasement. 
ney qualify. 

2. ALBERT HEAD 

56 ae. 0550 Weil drained wooded 
aeiwge with 450 ft. ftoatage oo 
Duke Rd. Soulhwcaicriy expoturc, 
near the water. Sign i*i prmierly 

3. GOOD COM3<ERCIAL 
LOT 

Enqulmalt and Admirals. Next to 
(jown u ncBl Uqunr Stme Com- 
merriallaed sined. to'yUTO' rear 
aCDCsa suit retail <■- pratoatliinBi. 
ONLY 812,50. No txcavnllan i«- 
qulred. 

9M-4M D 5 MaednnsII 50459 
&C land 

DEEP GOVE — IF YOU 
WANT PEACE AND QUICT 
AND SECajJSlON 

lltai do ttat owxriocik tole tavriy 
treed s acre lot In an elevated area 
with Ideal bulldtng site locatod oo 
Hte gsiUy ataptng pmparty. Am an 
added benua. the lot hai been perc 
teeied and piped wsler. Mao power 
la directly adjacent If you are 
de alr o u! al peace and eulet you 
mould Inapte this Mr. 0.00. 

GEORGE HOWARD 
8S6-3924 ^297R 38&-8?$l 

Cmaa Realty. G D. Peaker 
Hn4dingi Ltd. 72T Johnaco 0 

JOHN DEAN PARR 

(00 East Saanleli Road) 

WaM to Uva in an araa <g 
daQghtrn] new hoeaaif Want ^-7 
driving to tmeo, but away from 
■te wd oteMUBO? TTien view 
lUs faMiy ataploa hatf^ow kd, 
idteaJ 0 0.10 wtth terma 
PaemS DON HANNAH OR LEW 
DALLIMORE AT 08-7737 FOR 
DRAILS 

TUFFREY A ND MPt-S LTD 

teiaMe for country Mtat*. BIgh 
abevr beautiful Elk Lake with 
wundertul view of GaorglB StralU 
aiM ML Baker. City water and perc 
taidad 091 blacktop. AMOng 04.0(1. 
ROY TELFORD 47»4i«M 

Broadview Pnparile! Ltd 

BEAUTIFUL i^LVILLE PAmi 
Sidney. Lovely k we re d corner tat. 
Ideal tor duplex. Price 87,50 
Guy Seymour. SM.018. 479-400 
C N. Mcnta^ Oo, 


!18 PBOPZSTT FOB SALE 

B BLda< B 
B BROTHERS B 

OAK BAY — PRESTIGE 
SPECTACULAR VIEWS 

New ubdivtstan of wily ilx large 
beaulKul Iota, serviced with aewar. 
wate. power and blaeh-lap road. 
All taeure behlikl Die Tweed 
Curtain only 10 mlnulei from town. 
820.50 to 827.50 

SHELBOURNE 
HOUSE AND ACREAGE 
Importaju comer on Shelboume 
with great nibdivlilon potintial ripe 
for development 

09.00 

11 ACRES PLUS 
WILKINSON ROAD 

Wtibln lha live mile circle, iloping 
grtitb'. cteielderable road frantMe. 
adjeane park. 

0.50 per acre 
WAGNER-FORD-TBfXtNE 
385-4151 

B Block Bros. Realty Ltd. B 
B ISQO manshard St. B 
2 B^impTjL 'vrew~Lom nx 20 ~ 

off Weft Cnaat Highway and oaar 
PotnL f7S0 and 8800 reipecllvely. 
Arthitr E. Haynei (UNO Ltd.) 
Eri. UU 

70 Fort SL 3SM371 

C H Cyr _M3 5844 

LARGE HIGH VIEW LOT Vhrtaf 
Av. taraM on Grnngr Rd (Ft 
liitejurban. Aiking 0.306 
D. Beetecr 5SS«i3I 

Crown Realty 

G. D Peaker Boldliigi Ltd 
_727 Johnion Sired 

CONDOMINIUM SITES 

0 and 0 unk ritca. on lawe-. 
exaekent area. CMI 4794321. 

Jafpiar Investmenta Lid. 

SOOKE CENTRE, I PARCEL 
eoDflallng of 8 V.L.A.-ite lots, 
■irvey and road grade cfanpIcIM. 
80.00. For Informaiion call Mr. 
Siepber^, 03-5310 evening* only. 

NORTH OAK BAY CORNER 
Plymouth-Kandall. Prime large 
buUdlog lot. Take a drive by wid 
Dhonete-ISCS 

BROORLEICH ROAD. ELK LAKE. 
Lovely t r e e 1 3% acre vidv 

dty water. 07.996 Phone 

MOTEL SITE, THE BEET UKA~- 
Uoo la the PailixvlUe ana. For 
further intormaCtao ^eeae writs. 
Box 

FAIRFIELD BUILDOIC LOT 8 
Uoefti tram aea. only 81550. Any 
reeionbie cnM offer aceeptecL 
Phon* 388-5228. 

BY OWNER. COblMERCtAL PROP- 
eriy. High Q(»dra. 2LO0 aq. ft 
next to large ajiOftnient, at 0.25 aq. 
ft 3AIMU or te-UM 

REAOT TO BUILD ON. SEA VIEW 
ta5 lorvtoee in, by owner. 053-1780 

Vfc ACRE LOT. SEAVIEW. ON 
dty water, Hefadualo arm. 475 
9075 _ 

2 ACRE WOODED LOTS. 030 TO 
1580. In MetelioelD District. 478-580 

LOT W GORDON HEAD OH 
Dugai Street. 1850 SSe-g07. 

no PBOPEBTY WANTED 

WANTED ewus wrra 

8500 dawn. A 2-bedrocn boaemest 
hoina at 3 bedrceoa wtUtaul boae- 
manL It you have luM a bone and 
wUb to aall for fkg mm thaw 0D,- 
06 tel MARJ. NAPPEB, 924BH. 
BI5X:K BROa realty ltd.. 4TT- 
IM. 

CASH BUYER 

Wlahet lo purrtiaae a motel er 
buflnea* on Vanrauver Island. Do 
you have any of their for sale. Alao 
Inlereited In acreage or farm* 
ConUcI ROY E HILLS 384-801 
BROADVIEW PROPERTIES LTD 


WANTED 

Reaannaliiy priced lota, or 

apartmeig property Kam0 Con- 
f&ucUon Co- Ltd. ^00 _ 

LCDS OR. AGREAGB aUTABLE 
TO BUILD ON ANY AXKA. CALL 
EARL HcLACRLAN 388.3961 OR 592- 
0973, NATIONAL TRUST REAL 
ESTATE HILLamE SHOPPING 
CENTRE ._ 

UROEBTLY NEEDED 
Let ■iiiiiJ 0 ram tor new mobile 
booM. la Cnteinl-Mrtrhoeln area 
prelemd. 4T8HIIf anytlnM 

Viter* am Sore -lAd 
LOTS OR ACREAGE IN AMY AXBa 
51BAld _ teotn 

RENT WITH OraON TO PUR- 
riiate older riyit. l-be dr oem home. 
Sooke araa 843-120 

EM ACBKAOC FOB 
BALE AND WAMTF.D 

I. 42 ACRES 

dose to Beavs l«ke, wdl drained 
land wItt rilgM ilope. Oly water, 
good paohirc lano. preliminary 
oercoUMn lost aaiWaetory. Large 
laimtHr et hoHy Ireei. Good 
bulldlBg dta. On tormi at only 
<1L90. Call GOORGE CSAN, W 
205 or Re* 00-940. Mayfair 

Realty Ud. _ 

MOUNT MATRE90N 
845 Arras and cottage wtth Idael 
aecluikn, irlth views at Victoria. 
Peddar Bay, BeMber Bay, ttori 
Angelea MaUieaao Lake, and Scokc. 
Asking only 8ISD.0O with terma. 
Ideal tor edate or deveto p mewt For 
kitornihUdi or to view contort Bill 
XoteC Mt M203S. Boo. MMIM. 
Conder RaaWy Ltd. __ 

ACREAGE 

PRIVACY. 8BCLUHON. WONDER¬ 
FUL RIDING COUNTRY. 10 ami 
at the em cd the mudream Road, 
with Bnotl house. 3 great harna 
rtilrtcdi houae, ante mttc, power 
ptonL Full prioc 08.000, good 
term* or win aplH. To view 
DESMOND BOLhffeS. 478-U27 
Pemberiec. Bolniae Ltd 

CENTRAL SAANICB 
1.S ACRES. IDEAL FOR A 
HORSE AND PEOPLE. 
A DEUNE NICHOL, 388- 
44Gi 

S hlrtey Phlgia’ Hanefindera Ltd. 

5 ACRES 

West Saanich. Nicely treed with 
lomc atope. Prln 00.50 Terma 

J. P. a Evana. 

P.R. Brown and Sons Ltd., 

385440 _ 07-440 

46.9 WOODED ACRES 


WHfetc m nUla dtote. Land wdl 
<teted. toad lor hay and graring. 
jJS^ {riea ll S18K0(l Low down 
pa j q— a : aid good terma. Coll C. U. 
telito nidi A Country Btety 
L td. 429410 er WB-TniK _ 

ACREAGE 

High tat. hi oma mil treed, LOn 
loot cai ffangi'rrir tead. Coed 
btdldleg dta with Dim vlewa 
87,750 

DESMOND HOLMES 478-1227 

Pembtewv Bolmai lid. 

dWItER MUST SELL UiU CHOICE 
1.0 ACRE PARCEL cd ihorei of' 
Elk Laka Qty water and power 
erallable. l^nd hei been perc 
* A lovely ptecc In Uve. (^11 
KEN JENSEN, la^AND BOMBS 
LTD.. 389-7545. rea 02dlW _ 

IM TO 5-ACRK LOTS NSAR^ml 
Bay. Retreditag eo uatiy almaapborc 
iritb traei. meadow* and Muami. 
Ideal VLA properiy. Soma mad for 
inoUle bODia Priced from 0.00 
Terma Coll b(r Burl 394-8071 

ACREAGE. SMALL OR LARGE 
S IBDIVIDABLE LAND. WANTED 
FOR CUENTS AMD OURSELVES 
SUNSET REALTY AKD DKTELriP 
MENT8 LTD tU CORMORANT 
STREET SW-SKR 

FANTAmeVATER VIEW 
3 Bite amteigd new horoea Ic a 
Ard date rwal area Cite water, 

K ivad read. U mtoutea to town, 
rivate. te00 

ACREAGE FOB ULEI 
Large « mnn. with sr witnaui 
hmna. Baijdte tala. ate. CU 
CEORIIB OOi. te teteM In 
Land maMliayfalf Itelty Ltd 

PRIVATB 

414 aoui with treat atraate odna 
fruit tre*!. 3 badraom hguae, alia 
Btedhor bona, pte 3 oiteiUh^. 
Total 8U,50 <78^220. 

1 acre oo Duke Rd.. pera. tad. 
levrt land, tign on property. 88.50, 
terma Edith Gutemar Off 08^ 
Rea 508842 J H. WMtlflma A 
Co^ Ltd._ 

2» ROCKLK8S ACRES. 5 
cleared. Pori Albern!. 8750 per 
am Tarmi. 38^750. 

BOOKE 

Appraxlfnatcly 1 acre. 0.10. Ail 
oSeri considered. 042-5485. 

5 ACRES IN SAANICH. 0.10 
down, full irtaa 0^00. MfrgUI. 


STS PROPERTY FOR BAUE 

W. J. LINDSAY, LTD. 

No. 241 — 727 JOHNSON 
385-9781 658-5040 

LOTS! LOTS! 

2 

lam (one VLA alaa) mvwvud 
bulldinc Iota — aecluded Md treed. 
Uoee in Langford on piped watM- — 
Ideal (or A-frame, log or pre-cut * 
bcane*. (or mobile) 

$5,500 - $6,500 

targe faulkkng (poaalble trailer lot) 
Clcae In — piped water 
$5,000 

3 ACRES — $23,000 

Adjacent to Tanner Rd. SubdtviMnti 
to planned lewcr area — viewa 
ante (he Stratta. 


large paftota tte aB a %4e<i ' tat (vie** 
proteiriedi on piped water and perc 
anproved. Owririian Bay. 

$4,000 

Ca]| Nora Llndii4y on thCM. 

BEAUTIFUL 
SEA VIEWS 

1— A full aoe. fenced, trull treea 
pare teftad, dty water, hai 
amall ament bare and work- 
abop. 0 mlmitaa from tc«R> 
(duplet mned) 

$10,500 

WITH GOOD TERMS 

2— Bcautifii! huUdlng Ic4 overloaktng 
Metchoiln Goff Courae, lake, tea 

. view and lacuntelna, dty water 
and power. 

$7,800 

TO view a (or further Infcexnattan 
phoee NEWSTEAD REALTY LTD. 
and aik (or 

RON SEDGER 
382-8U7 or 479-3673 

SAANICH P^INSULA 

S choice ACRES — PlMly treed (or 
homerite PLUS exallant pariure, 
all (enead arul dratoed — City 
water. 02.00. toma 

LARGE bUildtlM lot. SEWERED. 
SERVICED and APPRI2VED with 
houae plan, STOOD, term*. 

SEAVIBW ACRB.S (7) Partciand 
SECLUSION, oovntortable cottage 
with ALL canvenlerKea PLUS large 
accommoriatlcei. ail puipoaa buUd- 

Ing. 05.00. 

Cell ALAN R. FOSTER 389-7710 a 
656-289. Town and Country ReaHy 
Ud 

CENTRAL SAANICH 
19.70 acres with 660’ on 
Stellys X Rds. plus access 
from Verdier anii Wallace 
Drive. Some of the best 
holding properQf in Central 
Saanich. 

FULL PRICE $75,000 

With very good terms. 

C. M. (Bud) FORBES 

95-8731 052-960 

Crown Realty C. D. Pcaker Bold¬ 
ing* Ltd. 727 J<ihnam SL 

WE HAVE 

A p a r tments, businesses, 
bouses, farms, lots, acreage 
or anything you may re¬ 
quire. Your needs in Real 
Estate can be fully kxAed 
after b y phoning TOM 
DUNCAN or BILL JENSEN 
at 384-8001. Broadview 
Properties Ltd. 

CHOICE CORDOVA BAY 
VIEW LOTS 

BECKTON AND WALLEMA 

Price* from 0,30. with teraia 
For further detaU* oaU Sn-OTU. 

E. T. Lovell 
Monarch Holdings Ltd. 

SIDNEY 

Choice comer lot 69 k 14S, on 
water and sewer, high loca¬ 
tion. One of the best left In 
this area. Asking $7,700. Call 

D. Beckner, 38541731. 

Crown Realty G. D. Peaker Hold- 
liiSa Ltd., 737 Johnaon Street 

LOVELY 10 Af^ES 
MOSTLY CLEARED 

Parklike Eaater iffiiea galnra. Ideal 
for a (Inc home with Mcluatan, aa 
you deilre. Muat hr viewed 4a 
reallte what ii here. On m mile 
circle, ctiy water (or your own 
well). llgM and pbtne ntoe 10.12 
acre*. 09.00; or leH mulh half tor 
830.00. Call 

FRED HARCXiNI 

SSS-mi Rea 9(59589 

MARCONI REALTY 62(1 VIEW ST 

ESQUIMALT 
APARTMENT SITE 

Older houae ireaecdly itanda oo 
thli more than half acre properly. 
98 tot frontage end laia than 0.50 
per Kiuare Ite. 

MRS. PAT JONES 
RES; 985-106 OFF S0-42S 

RIthet Agcndea Ltd. 

IXiVELY TREED LOTS 

High on a bin overtonklng Cnwirhan 
Lane, 3 targe late aervlad with 
penver, water and rablevlalre. A 
real bargain. Aiking 0.00 and 
0.90. For hirter toformatkai nail 
994-001 

JESSIE HcGRATH 

Broadview Propertlea Lid. 

COIffiLE 

Buy dtrecA 1 and 2 acre Bldg, tata 
doo* to Boy.. 0.00 and 0.500. 
Larger acreage ayaliaUe 
55 »ae term, well treed, ledwuud, 
cedar and poplar. Large bare, no 
bouw. 

e. BOYLES, 7456373 

TREED ACRES 

Two, Uvea end tour acre tata <n 
raved road near fkiglimnian'a 
River Folia. AU year creek on 
propem with iroet. beaver and 
deer Lemly tree*, not logged ofl. 
Reawviataiy priced tor cadh nr aaw 
teemi (ram owner. Mra Webb. 477- 
3085, JteWteB and Co., 385071 

SELL OR TRADE 


5 acrea M treed {reperty at (tabUc 
Blit WUI cooteer taw down 
payment or what baw you. Uka I* 
good pcqpartjr. ExduMve with B. 
LAWLKSi CM) 5834810 a S83-73K, 
Town A Ooundry Raalty Hi. 

LOTS OF LCnS - aielly'a X Rd. 
and Saabrook Road IB Central 
Saanich. BeautUul view area — 
fully aarvicod except aawere. Lota 
are aalilBg quite quickly MU) 
othon to be davatapad. Good efaolc* 
noa Mth tarma. Call KEN JEN 
SEN. ISLAND BCBIBS LTD., 980- 
7475. .■ei. 592-079. 


BRENTWOOD LOT 
SB'xJV. PARTIAL SEA VIEW. 
NEAR MARINA ROADFRONT 
AGES BOTH BACK AND FRONT 
ON MARCHANT THRU TO 
GRaSE Now ONLY 0.00 
eSO-1164 MRS. F. WEBB MMOi 
GORDON BULHE LTD - 

HBARLY 5 A(SLXS-M1LL BAY 
TURN UP BUrreRFEBLD RD, 
SEE BKBI APPSOOC. 10 FT 
ROAD FRONTAGE. NK»LY 
TREED ASKING 00,809 PLEASE 
CALL HR CUSTANCE, 003481 
awiNBRTOM. arewAinr cs-are 

__ 

STRATEGIC LOCATION 
Over H acre connardally mad 
proportv plua a terming 3 BR 
cottage.. Exceptkaiai inveatment 
npportiDity at ite 823.50 Try 
VLA Harry Wood. S»42n. 

J H WhiltonH A (ta. Ltd 

PREniGE WOODED LOT m 
Gurduo Heed aftordfaig prt*a^ and 
•ecltialoo. Numaraui friit tiaei 
UuMughotiL Good leval lailding te, 
0'xl54' ra MWte. 

ZONED APT Sm 0.40 SQ. FT. 
Iff ft wattrvtew and aoeoM naar 
town. IncluAog T roam wefi buUt 
deatnhla niaiite. Laaitompai. 
nchiakn. Priced araO batow merket 
price at rite aniy. 894-140 _ 

FOR SALE 

Moiri rite, the beat kxnttae In lha 
Parkavllla aren For IWUiar In- 
larmBilati pteaae wrlla. Bra 07, 
Parkavlllc, EC 

LOVELY SEA~VttW, FLAT~LOf 
Cordova Bay BUI. 75xl«. next to 
4949 Lochilda. 0.50 firm 389^701 

LARGE 10X30 TREKO” LOfT UN 
rated In (talwooi^ Aiklag 0,90. 4711- 
3996. 

2 CITY LOTS. HIGH TTfS" GOOD 
view*. Some term*. 592-700. 

rToTB m StDREY, AU. UTtU. 

te. m-im. 


70 ACRES — A DREAM 

Here la the piaca we all dream 
about, rolling poriure land, otalely 
treea. all year alream, baairilful 
view of lurroUDdlag mcamtaln* and 
lormlandt, 12 bead of pmbred 
■lock graring In te flaldi, ralvliv 
anu due to calve. A new modern 
bon. new fendng. apprortmaiety 0 
acre! under (xituvattan, caretakert 
cottage, {due log caHn bealde the 
ideani. The imderbruah In niari of 
Ole undeaiM area te Beat taka 
cdf, laavtag a pailt-ltke rttecL TTiera 
la nearly 150 (act of road trnatage. 
Thta prterty would ba tdaal (w a 

K ivate a state or developmant 
vastinrnt Tha price of $19,50 
Include! tractor and equlpineni and 
al'. caltla. Located to te Mill Boy 
area. Call Joe Haddock, rre. MS 
380. Bob Bruce, rea T48-TUr. or 
Mat Stertt* rea. T4g4<7S cr during 
the day at 74»«T7. 


MALAHAT HIGHWAY 
FRONTAGE 
5 acrea 1U.80 
61 acres 08.50 
4 acres 04.50 
COBBLK HILL 
4.0 acrea 8720 
BUTCHISaN ROAD 

3 acrea 1450 

1 arret 040 

reLECRAPR ROAD 
7 acrea 00.50 
X acre* 01,50 
SHAWNIGAN LAKE 

4 acrea 8780 

5 5 acrea 00.00. Contact Walt 
Bearn 743.5035 or evei 7432111. Mo 
Sunday calte plane. 

MALAHAT REALTY 
HR. 1 Cobble BtH 


5.69 ACRES 

Sttnaled near the border of the 
aIrporL this 4reed pairal nrould 
m^e an excellent InveiUnenL On 
paved road. term*. 08.80. 

lOH ACRES 

Lorated on Clayton Road tn North 
Saanich, this thickly wooded parcel 
ii dome to ihopi and elomentary 
school to Deep Cova Aridng 
883.50. 

Mr. ElweU 

656-1154 477-3988 

(X>RDON HULME LTD . SIDNEY 


170 rr ROAD FRONTAGE 
13.n ACRES 

ITda most derirahle property ber- 
det! TTietla Lake hre on 2 Ada 
alinrdtag unlimited areas for trail 
nden, 4 ItorM aluminum horn and 
emral. Some timber Panaramlc 
vipwa for future devetopmenL 9- 
roont older home canslatliig of 8DC 
BEDROOMS LIVING ROOM. 
DINING ROOM. FULL BASEMENT 
PrKri 548.00 For (urtber details 
and to view please call S. W. 
SPAVEN. 3tB-Tm7 anytime- 

Mean, Whyte and Gower I4d. 


1— 38 CLEARED ACRES IN THE 
hub of the Saanich Peidntula. 
(or Invntmenl. or produ(!tlon, 
abundance (i water Prirad et 
gn.iiii. 

2- 3.5 A(mES CHOICE WATER- 
trnet oO Lands End. overlook¬ 
ing SatrtUte charwwt Mtoely 
treed, aim oily water, al) tor 
80.009 Aboee iu ps atk* tn ai^ 
pointniant with Biritj McEtroy, 
(B6-fl91 Bkte Btra. Baoly, 4TI- 
1941. 

CENTRALSAAHICT 

A—0 aerei Mth beaWlfnl riewe. 
cleared maodoMand with ihade 
tree*. PIpM water pl0 good 
wrtl. Fnnta on two rondo. 
Asking Plica 50009—terma 
B—12.5 acrea of lovMy treed land 
Mth creek and paid, pipai 
water. AaUng price 853,009— 
tarma 

AI Vickcri 385-3435 Keith Vlckeri 
02-230 388-7476 

P R Brawn A Soni Ud 

WOODED RETREAT 
7.43 Aem of lovely laiduakxi. a 
winding stream Mth watcrialli and 
deep poeSa creaaai it in te middle, 
there le a good hulldlog site and 
driveway. 20 (L of frontage cn 
Sooke Road and only a tow imnutes 
from downtown Victoria. For fur¬ 
ther Intonnaltan please call: 

WALLY MKmSLS 
385-9741 477-4884 

J. A. BaoderMn ReiMy Ltd. 

^ SOOKE 

5 acrea of unspoiled property. 
Phone 643 SISS 


ns UP-IBLAHD 
PKOFEBT1E8 


MOUNTAIN TROUT STREAM 
eroaaa te madowi et this 
beautiful 0 acre estate, and for 
200 feet offerx quiet beaver dam 
pooda, busy itreania wooded M- 
treata Large Tudor atyte iKaiae 
with 5 bedrooma upciain. 100 0. 
ft (to main ftoor: baaemte: two 
ballinaitas: drapitei hot water 
WHng m mCELLEHT CONDI¬ 
TION STRUCnlRALLY- B tfpa; 
ahedo- 35 acres cleared tend VIEW 
BY APPOmTMKNT <3NLY. FULL 
PRICE 838.00. 

VERY SPECIAL!!! 

0 OCR lam Mth awraxlmalaly SS 
am of paw aoU. Uve <n*tL Tvn 
log housaa On* NEW, nrt «nn- 

S eted. Slta tor corn or c ree ps 
'x3r Fenced Oner sUtM good 
well — Iota of water tor irrlgatkei. 
FULL PRICE 0100. 

BOTH THESE PROPERTIES EX- 
CLUStVELY WITH B. J. W. EVANS 
LIMITED. 50 TndiiBj Avnua 
(PO Box SM) NamUmo. Brittah 
Columbia. CONTACT MATT 
MADBXn at ttili addrara. or phope 
753-210 te avea. 20lWB FOR 
FURTHER PARTICULARS. 


COBBLE HILL 
5400 DOWN 

Ida] cMmery hosa MBi knnHy 
treed settlBC rirtit on the hltfmay. 
On .74 aoe tat 3 bedraana. living 
r u e m Mth flreplara. Baaemcnt wtth 
extra raniB. Asking 81950. Owner 
MU carry (wieiM— at taw Interoat. 

PETER TER VEER 
3S5-niS Ettarra Raalty Ltd. 479-150 
1802 Caok SL Victoria. B.C. 


SEAVIEW 
MILL BAY 

—Now riMvIHon 
-48 araview Iota 
vrrtldag (Hataltce la haarti 
—nricrid tram 080 to 8400 

par rant down or dte c o o it lor 

-obD Manarrt Wllm. SOUtES 
Stack Broa. Ud. — 09320 


2- WATRRFRONT-a0‘-b<uac 1 
yaan oM. laehided, on vtHage 
waUr. FuU price 845.00 

3- RlGHWAT rRONTACE-10'. I 
acrea Fuk price 0.70. 

I-HOBILE HOME LOT <n river. 
Fall price 0.00 
M. G ZORKIN AND OO. LTD. 
70340 

Eva (toU TOM TRYON 7i3-lrill 


ONCE IN A LIFCTIME 

You Mil Hi thli affered to you a 
tarauUful f-aai tat wIBi 05' boarti 
traatage, plus a 3 er 9bdnD. v»d 
Mth oil bed Writer beat and 

eaMn Mth atovc. biaria, etc All 
thi* tor (toly 0,80. Near quallem 
Baarti Phteia MRS. ANNETTE 
ROBINSON 755-4361 a TS3-8BU 
Cellaet 


IM ACREAGE FOR 
SALE AND WANTED 


SIX ACRES 
HIGH VIEW T-AT^D 
EAST SOOKE 

12,900 — Elxo^ent terms. 
Ovwier will censider mort¬ 
gage paper as ($own pay¬ 
ment. Dial niw Stretch, 
Ott.: 388-4271; Reg.; S92-3969 


16.2 ACRES SAANICH 
BEAUTIFUL 
ROLLING LANDS 
Three -quarters cleared. 
Year-round stream. Full 
Price $40,000. $18,000 Down. 
Balance at 8^ per cent. 
Dial aiff Stretch, office 388- 
4271, res. 592-396S. 

J. H. Whittome and Co. Ltd. 


ATTENTION PENSIONERS 

Coay and neat collage wtth fire¬ 
place. wail-UMvaii carpetinp. large 
lo« good nil and rrulC trmi. 
slt-rage aita wuric riieds. overlooking 
Ctiwichan Bay. Musi tell, nearasi 
oiler Moa Aaklng 51900 Cootact 
Edith Thofflaa 349306 

BLOCK BROS. LTD. 
Nanaimo 7494«1 

See tbe Newoteail Realty Ad 
under waterfront propertlea. 


rPIgLAND 

PKOPEBTlEg 


LUXURY PERSONIFIED 
10 raamt. situated eai IH acrei of 
rark-lik« iirlvaey overtaokbri 
hhulout view of are and g^ 
ifuanda Minutes (ram town. Aaklng 
547,909 Contact Elaine Isherg SUk 
3690. Block Broa Ltd., Nantlmn 
7494461 

SSO FARIWa BDR HAT.ir 

_ AND W ANTED 

DUNC^ 

LAND SELECTIONS 

S.8S Acree- lake view. Nicety treed 
laod tor future dew*tapfn«t. City 
water ctoae by 09.009 On eaay 
larRis 000. M.La 
44 Acres - half low peat land end 
half upland 0 sixvi clear tor hay 

or wIaFv 

rnenn fann home; *iTia]l barn. Two 
road Irontagea Very nice valley. 
Ideal tor itock or apuda. Our beat 
value at 09.50 Juit ililed on 
M L,S. 

100 Acrea — horeea. poteloH or 
beet Celtic. Beeuttful private vallw 
tacalkxi Extenrive taw laitd, un- 
Bmlled wale-, peaceful mountain 
vtesva Real value at 00,00 M L.8. 
U AcTH — 0 acFM at new clearing 
ready tor seed. Nice rolhiv land 
ideal for ttorti and future building 
ritoe. 8 to 10 acres et peat Imm 
mortly In Hght tea brurii. All year 
itream tor irrigattosL Balance ki 
treea A good UtveiUiieRt (or te 
future at gB,a0. Good terms are 
offered me tedldlne) 

Plcaae call WAYNE OtUFFITB 70 
5170 or Rea 7404279. 

B «. DICKIE UD 
Dustaan. S.C. 

"Wa Sell The la la rel" _ 

COBBLE HILI^DAtRY FARM 
Fully equipped (or one man 
operation. 0 Heed of heavy 
mliklnai Knlstrins. Good milk quota 

the tmeoae). a aoe* r*rt> 
peat land. Constant water supply. 9 
Beitoooin home approoc. lOG aq. ft 
averknka the vslley Poor bealBi 
toreet this sale. Aaktng price 
50.00 and good leroia can be 
arranged. For more details call: 

ADELINE NICHOL. 338-4401 
SMrley PtiUpe' KinetMer* Ltd. 

SEA BREEZE FARM FOR SALK. 
0'.', BOea In U lots. Offers. 479 
1876 

MS OtTlf 1S1-AND8 

PROPRRTIBH 

PENDER ISLAND 
MAGIC LAKE ESTATES 

(tat to 0 te ground Boor, buy 
teae 2 lovely tabs now batore te 
summer artvee sod the propertr 
vskaea soar. Tbeae tats are taesM 
flda by ride on a btodetop ra^, 
serviced Mtti water and pow ie . etc., 
and luB* crying tor a teaBli nmmer 
cabin. fiiHer or pennanent home, a 
few odiBitoe walk takes yon to the 
beach or to blarilc Labe. goUlsc. 
flrittng. avrt i iMi ii lg or vritot have 
you. 

FuU Pri<» $3,500 each 
ot $L500 down each 
with easy termg 

CALL RON SEDGER 
382-8117 or 47M673 

NEWSTEAD REAL TY LTD, 

GABRIOLA ISLAND 
WATERFRONT 

HappiMaa la oivntog thla nmMln 9 
brinn. buTM on l.M acre* with IM' 
weterfrootaart to beautiful PUof 
Bay. 2 bsdtirooaaa, LR. DR., 
eabinet Uteiwn. uUHty recefi, worir- 
rilop. carporL Owrar being traM- 
lerred, must tell. wlU. miatder 
houae in trade. Won't lari long at 
I22.4SD For more Infarmattoo call 
or write MARG McCOLLUH, 759 
4381 or evee. 347-9310 LENHART 
AGENCIES LTD, NANAIMO, B.C 


GABRIOLA ISLAND 

Your dream home la here on IS 
acrea of aemi-watarfront In farautifui 
Gabrlola Passage. Nearly raw 
home, 3 bdrm., 4-pEeoe bath, catenet 
kllcheci, L.EL and dining ores, 
lovely Netml atosie Breptecc, boy 
Mhdow. Beautinil wood paoelllng 
lalerldr, and soOra surpriaea. Muat 
be 100 to be appreciated. StosdlciM 
JE?S. WWl y ., Fu ll_aakMg price 
03,90 Oooa Rna IRnm m ivrite 
MARG MoODLLiMi 094581 or 
avea 9r-6SlS LRMHART 
AGENOXS LTD . NAMADia B..C 


-g'HEDROOM HOME WITH UN- 
obetrucled view <d Mvreil Har¬ 
bor. (^ failat. Modem tetehoi 
LlvUg rom wtth aon room <Kt 
aitgenad workabop Sttuatad on 
197 anreo of view property. 3 
good Weill. Fruit trees end 
ranton. 04.50 

—.O acre lol wtth ocean view. 28* 
Vasibond trailer with rinve, 
frtdBC, water beater and 9plecc 
cokeM holh M.Sn. 

—.15 acre view lot ovirloalitog 
Bnaoeoit Cltonoel Km. 

For wuterfroM aee ert. 350 
FRED McLAUGHUN 
5897115 BMema Realty Ltd 5894009 
180 2 Cook SL, Wriorla, RC 

SAVORY ISLAND 
Your opportunity to Invest 
in this terrific island resort. 
Two view lots (^Dse to 
beach. $750 down, 8 per cent 
interest on balance. Try 
your offer on $2600 and 
$3000 each. BILL PAL¬ 
FREY, 384-8001. Broeulview 
Properties Ltd. 

BATURNA ISLAND 
WATER VIEW 

(taod hteidins lot, apprralroataly .0 
of an acre on power and mier. 
High tacatlon overlncktog Lyall 
Harbte. Asking 0,00 caab — or 
term et ISJfiO — gLtBO on helenro 
at IS per month 

JOHN BARTON 
385-7761 

D F -Haniey Agenrtes Ltd. 

PENDER ISLAND — TWO BED 
room comfertabte retlremeid bcnie 
aear Browning Rarhnr beach, wall- 
to-waU (ririutt to living nwio and 
bedrootn. o i I heat baaemenl 
lamKtry fadittlet, water pump, etc. 
foil price 05.90 terms D. C. 
Dodd, Pori Wsahlni^. B.C. 989 
2375. I alao have e 3Vt arre tat <e 
Mato P.W Rrad at 14.70 tenna 
HORNBY BLAND. 3-BEDROOM 
bontc, tuRd0ed U (testrriiL 1 acre, 
oteniy Writer. 3 minutee lo brach. 
gis.Mi fuU price: KO0 down. ’Write 
J Go^, RR L Horaby lidaad. 

CLEARED IH-ACRB LOT NEAR 
«a and haaeh acciti Salt Spring 
iBland. Ob good ro^. pcaw and 

e rne Price oily 13.90 (tennai. 
verton ReallT. 5850012 


Your Eye On ’Die 
Jied Ads for home 


‘ovements Specials. 


mmuE OP APpuc:mo0 
FOB CHANGE Of HtiU 
NOTICE la berabp 0ean Mini aa a0M9 

cation MD Be moJa to Oi* Direeior 0 
Vital Rtattetlre for a ciuiteie at .ImMft 
puruarg to tha proviaioiu of tha "ChoriSi 
of Kama Art.” by me; — 

David Alfred King at lors Varriode- Avte 
niM. to Vhrtoria, la the PrmlBea <4 
Britirii Ctotiunbla. aa toUosvi:— 

To change my narr* 
from DAvro ALFRED KIBC 

to LAURIE DAVID BARTY ^ 

Dated thla Bh day of ABrtI, A.D 1959 
OAvm A. KING 


MECHAMiGS LIEN AGT 

Wherrae Randolph Garry McDUUGAUi 
i* Indebted la Peter Polkm l^d 
Sales Ud. to te sum of BB-M B* 
work dun* and matertals aappilii ,dB 
the repair of • 190 Merciry seMiK 
rerlB) ADESgaeoeiMlTd. ^ >MPf9 
days have elapoed ten loN MKI 
cwght to Itove Wen paid and d^Hte 
haa been modi' to . payment Urineg, 
notice la hereby given that on Apatl 
2nh, ion, at 100 Vatea Street Vic¬ 
toria. B.C, al 10 a.iB., aald metor 
vehlclt Mil be acM by Peter Pollen 
Font HolH Ltd at PuMic Aasttan. 

Dated April Mb. 18711 

J. J. McRAS. Seerelary, 

Peter Itolleil Ford Satee IM 

NOfICB or APPUOA*10H 
FOR CHANGK of name 

NOTICE is bertby 0ven that aa appli- 
calloe wID be mad* to Ibe DIraetor et 
Vital Stattritci tor a eftonga of aaaaa, 
purauaai to te provlaloM at th*-‘'aM0a 
of Nam* Art.'' bp M -- 
Namnl CoiHlaaee Muriel Julia Dtdia e< 
1075 Vtrrtoder Avemia In Vtaterla, 0 
the Provtoe* oi ^Itlrii Columbia, ad 
follows: — 

To ciiange my name 
tren NAOMI CONSTANCE MURIEL 
JULIE DIDIE 
to PAMELA BARTY 

Dated tHa 501 ^ ol AprtL A.D. 2fr9 
JULIE HDIB 

NOnCB to ORB>ITOB8 

5b IK amlter <ri te Brite 0 

VICTOaU ANMK TATLOB, M 0 

Uli Otsaeari Brad. Vtateete, BAX. 

wr IS BERSBY GtVBM that 
eradlion and oUiars having elalma 
agalari te estate of te abovenamad 
deceased are hmby required to eend 
them to the undersigned Executor at 
P.a Bra 957. Vtetoria, ac, betora te 
■h day of May. 1970. after vrtilch date 
the Exeevtor Mil diatrlbrte toe mid 
aatele amoogri tbe peracna enutM 
thereto. Iwvlng regard only to te ctolne 
et which he xhall then bdve raecf«ari 
Mlec. 

DCH1 NEWMAN TATUSt. 

Executor, 

by Cream B Company, 

hU eoUdtara. 

ORISATSB TfOrOUA 
WATER n«TBIC1 
CONTBACr NO. 0 
VABBIOATBD 8TBEL TBAHI UCMB 

Teodori are tovltad Oar te mppiy 
and dadvery of tMrty-rix fW) remov¬ 
able tabriraterl Traah Racial (4' x P 
itonai, and <*» Lining Frame lor BBcke 
lake Dam. 

3eaM tenders wlB be received by the 
Greater mcloria Water Dirirlcl 2 411 
Iriand Bigbway. Vtclrela, &C, op irntfl 
3:0 p.m., P.D.S.T, In the aitenwen et 
May «h, 1879 al wWch tUn* they win 
be oponed to ptditlc 

CoeSraCt doccmeiati iray he nMalneri 
at tha oOtaa ot Kar, P ri eriman. Keeaah 
9 Airioelate* Ltd., 40 — 50 Dangiai 
Strert. Vlrtarla. &ft, on -n'—‘I'm ot 
a 050 (topaak- 

The low eri cr aiv tonda- wS art 
n e ctmart ty be acraptad. 

OBtaa el te Corperalkm 
475 lilsuid nshway, 
Vtatorto. &C 


CBBATBB VILTORU 
WATER DtSTBICT 
CONIHACI NO. O 
ABBiCATION AND EBBCnON 
OF H7VBX. BUDOK 
adara era invited tor the tobriadko 
•ceetkB of a TS fort span wrtded 
rtaU girder bridge for accem to 
Irtake Toimi al Sooke Irike Dam. 
Ued tmrterx MU be received by te 
ter Vlrtarla Water District at 478 
d Highway, Vletcais. aft. up imtll 
p.m., P.D.9.T. tn Use aRernartt ot 
Eh. 109 al wtorti tlmt they MU 
penM In public 

otrert durumerta may ba otatalnad 
« oftlito o< Ear, Prleemiili. Keesian 
moclalea Lid., 4M . 30 Douglas 
4. VIctotla. B.C. osi whmteori rt 
50 deportt. 

e loweri er any tender MU nrt 
warily be accopiad 

Offlee of the Corvariltaa, 
478 laiaikl Hlghvwy. 
Vlctoia, ac 


FIBHEBUES KESBAB<3i 
BOARD OF CANADA 
VANOOUVBB LABOBATOBY, 
VANOODVEB, BAX 

mBTBB 

OCMAsBCnON AMD BIWAiOa 

or aSODNDFISB 

AND 8AUION 
IN COASTAL WATBBS 
The Piofaerlw Haeaawti Bmrd rt 
Cidtoito MU etiartm a vwmI to eatett 
gromidfim and aalmcri In eooami —*—« 
Preference Mil ba 0ven to 
which can ba equltipad lor fiwrae by 
Iciri Ud* 

The vernal, wfajefa rixsrid be ainmi- 
Imalaly Tn toet in teogth. wU m iw 
quirad tor tha following pnrtod: 

(ll Anproxiinately 0 (toys bagfetotog 
May I4tb, un 

Tit* Board ii amdoa to '"-v- tra 
beet posriMe selactton of vemela lor 
toeec opciatlou and lovitea aB tptereriwl 
partial to apply 

For delalM Informatkei and tb a itoi 
forma, please write to: 

Tbe Admbdstntlve nnv^ i 
Firitarlre Raaearcb Board rt RaswAa 
Vancouver Laboratory 
6840 N.W. Marliri DrtM 
Vancouver a, B.C 

Bid! mould be recehrid art later ten 
April IBth, 1810. The iese eri or oMr 
tender' wiu nrt neocimrlly be i' 

LUNDS^ 

926 FOBT 8T. 

ESTATE 

AUCTION 

TUES. ■ 7:11 PJL 

Fbr the Canada PermancBt 
Trust Cb. to ckwe the 
estate of the late 
DB. FLOBENCB JtNmmTON 
Formerly of 
No. 306 - UD Douglas St. 

FINE FURNISHmeS 

lO’iir ^«H»TAN” 

swd OUker Oarpete 

PERSIAN RUBS 
'^SPARTON” COLOUR TV 

BipeBrtvw 

GHESTERFIELO SUITES 
CHINA CABINETS 

Bniwwi Deik, Dfeib Table, 
Nwlvd-gtyle clatn, OecaeiBMBi 
TmMeg. "MALOOLBF* Ite 
Wagoa, NeedlepelBt, Upfe. PIbeb 
B ench, Mabog. Oard Table, 
MifTDiB, PnJaflBga. ^ 
liitrmitinf OolleellaB of 
CHINA - ORNAMENTS 
GLASS • PLATE - BRASS 
BEDROOM SUITES 
AND FURNISHINOS 
REFEIOEBATORS - RANGDl 
Nr. New St" Oae 
Cheat Deefrfreewe 
Aflto. Waabere ■ Dryen 
Bicyole Enreiasa 

ESTATE iEWaRT 

Slagle Stone Diameiwl Ring 
AppnUaed for Profamta at MM 
Twla-StoBe Diamoad Btag 


MORTNAIEE'S SALE dP BUSINESS 
BT TENDER 

The Iiuluatrtal Develagrttart BorUc oi mrrig*^ oOen tor aole I9 
tender tha toliowlng aairi*: 

MACHINERY AMD IQUTPHINT CCMPRIBING THE tMtyCLBAKtMG 
FArtLITIBS OF “CAROLS CLEANING CENTRE" AT CAMPBELL 
RIVER PLA21A CAMPBELL RIVER. SOME LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT 
IS ALSO AVAILABLE 
An appropriate leas* la avoltohle. 

Financing wUI M considered. It .la prapraed to aall the drvcleaiUni 
operation as a imit, ta|g rttora (or Individual Items of equipinerd MU 
alao he contklercd. Provlfliiel Sole* lAx MU apply hi all rales. 

All nflars should be lurwarded to inriuririal Develupmcnl Bank, at TT1 
Broughton SreeL Vlrtarla. ftC — where furthar intonnothisi owy ba 
□bUlnad and Inapertion amiigcd. 










Church 


Long Tradition 
Of Service 

For half • century, families in every Greater 
Victoria neii^borhood have turned to McCall’s. 
The name is yrour assuranoe. 


M'^CauBros 


Eric V. Mwmrte 
LRSM. A.K.O.T. 

OrfmalM 

S85-44«5 


FUNERAL CHAPELS. 1400 Vtaooaver St. 


:CAKE 
iMIXES 4 


Democrat, Republican Move 


MfltMaiM. Victorto. B.C.. Sunday, April U. 1»70 


^ Cl ¥1 • ■ ■MuCraT DOGGOllE ■ 

Senators Seek LI Ban in tambodia:Q|3Qgy||j3j 


Prom VPI. AP 
U.S. senators Frank Qiurch 
and John Sierman Cooper, 
one a Democrat, the other 
RapubUcan, said Saturday 
th^y would introduce legisla¬ 
tion to prohibit the use of 
American ground troops in 
Cambodia. 

'nw senatort, who tacked a 
simitar measure that was 
passed last year affecting 


U.S. activities in Laos and 
Thailand, &aid actum waa 
necessary to prevent toe 
United States from backing 
into another war In Soutoeast 
Asia. 

Meanwhile on dw war 
hnmt: 

• Neath Vietnamese gtm- 
ners fired 10 mortar shells 
into the Green Beret outpost 
at Oak Seang Saturday and a 


Names in the News 


Mitchell Predicts 
Mafia’s Breakup 


NEW YORK — Federal 
Attorney-General John Mtt> 
taell foresees the eventual 
breakup of toe Cosa Nwtra 
hlerardiy “to toe point where 
it is 00 longer a subatantial 
Influeoee In American life." 

“We now have about 230 
Cosa Nostra members and 
aiaodates under indictment 
. , . and more than half of 
toese were obtained in the 
last calendar year,** MttcheU 
said In an interview. 

□ 

LAS VEGAS — Tfasy Tim. 
hmc-balred entertainer with 
toe falsetto, threw a tantrum 
and locked himself in his 
irxMO with his wife. Boa 
DeMaeie, hls manager, said 
Tiny Tim has been upset 
because his attorneys have 
cut his ip«)ding money. After 
throwing ashtrays around toe 
room, he looked himself In, 
DeblaSlo said. 

□ 

WASHINGTON — PreaidHrt 
Ntxoa gave final Irstructions I 
to departing U.S. disarma¬ 
ment negotiators in their kdd 
for an agreement with toe 
Soviets to curb toe super¬ 
power race. U .S .-S o v 1 e t 
Strategie Ai s Limitation 
talks round begins 'Hnirsday 
in \nenBe. 

D 

TORONTO — Leads Ostaa. 
52-year>oId welfare recipient, 
an unemployed tailor, has 
become toe first man In 
rjinarfe (0 be granted alimony 
payments from his wife, BIr. 
Jasttee John Oder, Ontario 
Supreme Court, ordered $S35 
a month be paid Cohen. 

o 

BONN — The body of 
murdered West German 
Ambassador OeoBt KaH van 
Bpretl arrived home from 
Guetemela amid military 
honors and a sense national 
ntouniing. The ambemsdor's 
wife OteDteae HelMe vs* 
8pr«<l. their three children 
and dToreign Minister WsHer 
Bobeel acesompanted the cedfin 
on the trans-Atlantic flight 
aboard a special German air 
force Boeing T07. 

o 

WASHINGTON - A federal 
judge ordered air traffic 
oontndlerB hwolved in a “slek- 
oOt” to retorn to work 
without d^ay but declined a 
government request to impose 
fines on them. ’Dte order by 
■fedgo Oeoige Bart inched the 
lAday-old dispute between the 
controllers and the federal 
aviatkm administration ckaer 
to a settlement. 

D 

LUXEMBOURG - Royalty 
of Europe gathered here lor 
the funeral of Prince Felix, 
Consort of the former Grand- 
Oucheas Chariette, The 77- 
year-old prince served with 
Geaeral Gerogs Patton in the 
liberation of his country in 
the Second World War. At¬ 
tending were Qneea JoUacia of 
toe Netoerlands, Kliu: Olav of 
Norway and 40 former kings, 
and empreases. 

□ 

SAUNA, Kan. — The state 
of Kansas has charged Abbie 


Casino Fire 
Kills One, 
11 Injured 


LAS VEGAS, Nev. (UPII — 
Fire and diuraing black 
smotw raced torou^ sections 
of toe tourist-jammed Star¬ 
dust Hotel Saturday. One 
fireman was kilted and U 
other persons injured. 

Ihe midUmUtiuR dollar 
gambling spa. built wtto all 
major corridors leading to the 
caalno-lobby area, waa filled 
to oapaelty wito weekend 
tourists when toe blaze broke 
out in a utility room behind 
toe hotel executive offices. 

The 1,468-room hotel is the 
largest on the famed gamb¬ 
ling “strip’’. 

Capt. Frank Testa. 44. a 
Clark County fireman, was 
dead on arrival at Southern 
Nevada Memorial Hospital 
cause ol death was uidcnonm. 




Haffman of the Chicago Seven 
with blowing his ncae on the 
American Bag. Saline County 
attorney BUI Crows issued a 
warrant charging that Hoff¬ 
man, who spoke at Kansas 
Wesleyan University, “unlaw¬ 
fully. wilfully and publicly 


defaced, defiled and cast 
contempt upon toe flag of the 
United States by blowing his 
nose on said flag." 

• □ 

HOUSTON ^ Ita can^xw 
of Rice University, hit by two 
fires and three bomb threats 
during ■ dispute over Chicago 
Seven defendant Abbie Hott- 
maa. was ordered closed 
Saturday. Naloolm Levett. 
president of the Rice board erf 
tnuteec, oedend the campus 
sealed off at 6 p.m. Sabfnt^. 
and reopened at 7 a.fh. 
Monday. 

□ 

ISTANBUL, — Turkish 
Cypriots will never accept "a 
minority status,’’ their leader, 
Reirf Deaktaab, said in an 
interview wito an Istanbul 
daily newspaper. “We shall 
never be willing to accept a 
minority status, even if the 
Turkish government consent! 
to It," Denktaih said. “We 
will prefer death,’' he added. 


South Vietnamese general 
predicted more heavy fitting 
around the camp despite 
azrival ^ a second allied 
relief column. 

• Oong and North 
Vietnamese troops attacked 
toe village of Prasaut lot the 
second tloie Saturday but 
were driven off by Cambodian 
artilleiy, mortars and tanks. 

In Phnom Penh, the 
govemm«nt reported s a b o- 
tage by Viet Cemg Partisans. 
A night curfew was put into 
effect for Vietnam citizena 
living here. 

• A government outpost at 
Bouam Long, 18 miles north- 
eait of the Plain <rf Jars, was 
reported under attack by 
Norto Vietnamese ground 
troops Saturday, well in¬ 
formed sources said. 

’There were earlier reports 
that the outpost had received 
sporadic ahelling from Norto 
VietnameM 1Q5 ttun. Howit¬ 
zers. Air strikes were unable 
to knock out the guns, toe 
sources said. 

• At least IQ Americans 
were killed and more toan 40 
injured '^en a U.S. Jet 
reconnaissance plane toat had 
been hit by communist 


ground fire crashed into the 
Udom airtase. In Ihailand, 
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A 20>year*old man who was 
the object of a high-speed police 
chase Friday was fined $100 
Saturday after pleading guilty 
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charge of dangerous driving. 

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his car and another. 

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Homes in Path of Wires 


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OPEN HOUSE cmke b cut by Mrs. Beckett under 
eye of Aid. Parrott, Mrs. Becker’s gruidchlldren 


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Daisy Slashes Red Tape 


By PAT MURPHY 
There were MPa, MLAs, 
mayors, aidmnen and offi- 
ciads galore at the opening of 
the Rose-Blanshard uHian re¬ 
newal housing project Satur¬ 
day, but there was never any 
doubt about u4io was in 
charge — Mrs. Daisy Beckett, 
Since she moved into one <d 
the apartments in the low- 
rental bousing development a 
couple of week^ ago. Mrs. 
Beckett has made a definite 
Imprint upan the burgeoning 
community.* 

She began by organizing the 
"official" openir^ and aet the 
day for Saturday, Afu-ll 11. 

Mrs. Beckett did not await 
civic approval, but got in 
touch with Vtctoria MP David 
Groos who said that he would 


Housing Opens in Style 


bureaucratic red tape, the whirlwind released in 


bureaucratic red tape, the 
then got In touch with (he 


people at Central Mortgage 
and Housing Coi^mration, the 
federal housing agency 
(Ottawa pays SO per cent of 
the cost of the project) and 
toid them just n4iat she 
pix^xwed to do. 

They said they, too, had 
official opening plans but 
tactfully retreated in the face 
(rf the indomitable Mrs. 
Beckett and admitted that she 
had beaten them to the 
punch. 

After all, they said. MP 
David Groos could' not be 
brought frtnn Ottawa Cor two 

junior 

whirlwind releasea in the 
housing project, provincial 


and municipal officials also 
teU meekly in line 

On Saturday Groos and 
provincial Public Worka Mini¬ 
ster W. N. Chant co-operated 
in cutting the ribbon extended 
across the entrance to toe 
Beckett unit. 

With Mrs. Beckett nudging 
them into place, they said the 
usual things speakers say at 
otficial openings. 

Others who spoke briefly 
were Victoria Aid. Cecil Par¬ 
rott, who represented Mayor 
Courtney Haddock, ex-alder- 
man Robert Baird, Saanich 
J(ton Tiadalle, builder 
Geotge Wheaton and housmg 
unit manager B. S. Roberts. 

Referring to the fact that 


Has Practical Point 


During a sentimental journey Inn during his stay in the Irish 
to his hometown of Dublin, capital. 

Ireland eatiy in May, Victoria This is the equivalent <4 being 
lawyer Dermod Owen-Elood will called to the Irish bar — a 
catdi up on a k(]g4ieglected privttege.for which he qualified 
piece of business. some 15 years ago. 

He will be admitted to King's Ow«n-Flood was bom in Dub- 

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MAIN CENTRE 

Tuesday 1:30 p.m. — Sbdes 
<x) Holland. 

W e dnesday 1:30 p.m.— 

Variety concert. 

Thursday 1:30 p.m.~OId 
time dance. 

EiUmiMALT BBANCS 

Monday lO a.m.—KnittirTg 
and sewing; 1:30 plm.— 
Bowlers, painting and drop 
ins. 

Tuesday U) 8.m.—Quilting 
and liquid embroidery; 1:30 
p.m.—Bridge chib and cera¬ 
mics class. 

Wednesday 10 a.m.—Stagers 
practice, copper class and oil 
painting; 1:30 p.m.—Whist 

drive. 

Thursday 10 a.m.—Dance 
class; 1:30 p.m.—Cdneert. 


Meetings 

8UNDAY 

• Ancient Order of Regula-| 
tors. Chief Officers Mess,; 
C.F.B. Naden. 8:30 p.m. 

MONDAY 

• Gyro Club of Victoria, 
Empress Hotd. noon. 

• Rotary Club of Victoria, 
Red Lion Inn, 6 p.m. 

• Victoria Coin Qub, Pro¬ 
vincial Museum. 8 p.m. 


Friday 10 a.m.—Quilting; 
1:30 p.m.—Dance. 

gAANICH branch 

Monday 9:30 a m_ 

Hampton singers; 1:30 p.m — 
cards; 2 p.m.-Refresher 
bridge course. 

Tuesday 9:30 a.m. — 
Basketry and lapidary; 10 
a.m.—Carpet bowling; 1:30 
p.m.—Progressive nbist. 

W« dnesday 9:30 a.in— 
Pottery, quilting and oil paint¬ 
ing; 11:30 a.m.—Hot meal; 
1:30 p.di. -Sing-song and 

COMCTt. 

Thursday 10 a.m.—Carpet 
bowling and lapidary; 1:3Q 
p.m. — Stamp club, chess, 
conversational French and 
carpet bowling. 

Friday 9:30 a.m.—Novelty 
class. oU painting, jacho and 
cards. 

SIDNEY BRANCH 

Monday 2 p.m.—Kitchen 

Band variety slW. 

Tuesday 11 a.m —Rug hook¬ 
ing; 12 p.m. -Novelties: 
12:30 p.m.—Oil painting and 
ceramics 

Wednesday 2 p.n».—Films. 

Thursday 1:30 p.m.—Bridge 
club, cards and games. 

Friday—Centre closed—9:30 
a.m.—Jacko at Saanich 
branch. 


lin in 1931 and educated at 
Stoneyhurst School and Trinity' 
College, Dublin, after which he 
studied in Munich, Germany. 

He took his bar examination, 
which included an oral in 
Gaelic, about 15 years ago. but 
never went through the initia- 
ticn—the forma] ceremony ot | 
admission to the Iririi bar. 

* * * 

Next month, says Owen-Flood, 
that omission will be rectified 
and Owen-FIood will become a 
part of the legal fraternity of 
tbe Republic of Ireland. 

Owen-Flood was admitted to 
the bar in Alberta in 1957 and 
came to British Columbia and 
'Viotoria to practice law in 1964. 

Mrs. Owen-Flood, who also 
was born in Dublin, will accom¬ 
pany her husband on his Dublin 
trip. 

M PUTTING YOU nnST 
KEEPS US FIRST 


No. 1 

WIWMIR TUi 

ICMNELL 


Mrs. Jean Toone was present, 
Saanich Mayor Hugh Curtis 
recalled that the moving 
spirit behind the $2,400,000 184- 
unit enterprise was the late 
Victoria mayor, Alfred Toone, 
who was chief magistrate in 
1965 and 1966. 

Construction started on the 
housing project in April, 1969, 
and this month 28 families 
moved in. Except for land¬ 
scaping and outside woric, the 
job will be completed by June 
and all toe apartments filled. 

After a prayer by the Rev. 
John Watson, pastor of First 
Baptist Church, the Beckett 
unit was thrown open to 
mentoers of the public who 
toured tbe apartment and 
were served with refrerii- 
ments includii^ a birtoday 
calm. L 

* w * 

Looking back over the 
opening day ceremonies, Mr^. 
Beckett said Saturday evening 
that she intended to start a 
tenants' group in toe Roee- 
Blanshard dev^opment t o 
ensure a high standard of 
service ajid maintenance 

A 3’^-year resident of the 
district prior to its develop¬ 
ment as an urban renewal 
project, the energetic Mrs. 
Beckett said she intended to 
get cracking on tbe associa¬ 
tion as soon as she returned 
from a ehoit sojourn in St. 
Joseph's Hospital. 

Laughed Mrs. Lome Craig, 
Mrs. Beckett’s daughter, who 
was down frtxn Tofino for the 
Saturday opening ceremonies: 

"Poor St. Joseph's. It win 
not be toe same after 
motoer'i visit there. She’U 
probably reOTganize their 
whole system." 


In a letter to five Munn Road line, utility chairman Gordon 
residents whose homes are in I Shrum says he is sending a 
the path of a projected B.C. j senior division managed over to i 
Hydro overhead transmission I make a careful assessment of I 
, ■ I the problem. I 

Ch-m m Ck Patrick Codyre. spokesman 
1 W forthehMneowners.saidSatur- 

day that the Hydro chairman 
wants a full and detailed report 
I W" S - on the matter. 

# want to move you 

and your neighbors, and we will 
not do so if there is any other 
practical solution," the Shrum 

\m/ £1'W\ *®ki. "Our engineers say 

I rr m Mw m w that there is not, bin this I am 
j goir^ to investigate.'' 

BERKELEY, Calif. (UPD- 

I —The U.S. government 
I census form is guilty of 
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I Kaprolat of the Natiwial TORONTO. (CP) — Th 
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meroe Secretary Amaurice controlling the use of fin 
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married woman must Identify lae of the riot-eoatrol chem 
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This isn’t fair, she said, 
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Fur thermore, she com- Ohw a. a cap—well wtmi ai 
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the average patient stay is 
almost 200 days. 

"We have to simulate 


Letters have been mailed to 
every household in greater 
Victoria. 


social workers and others 
throughout the United States. 

Her involvement witfj die 
terminally ill was not 


the yoiug mui. wbo tvrned 
sod hit the efflrer. 

After they took him to >11, 
the police lesraed he was the 


to give equal pay to women 
nursing aides at its Green¬ 
acres Home for the Aged. 

"Unless we win this appeal 
onr hands may be tied in 
getting equal pay for women 
in OnUrio." M. E. Howard, 
director of the provincial 
employment standards 
branch, said in an interview. 


mean 


Since nursing aides mainly 
work with female patients 
and orderlies with male 
patients, he ruled that the 
work performed was not 
identical and Metro council 
did not have to pay. 


VANCOUVER (U P I) — 
Arranglments have been 
completed fw a charter flight 
to Japan and the 45 surviving 
members of the Canadian 
Expo 70 girls’ bicycle caravan 
will be Osaka-bound April 17, 
a spokesman for the group 
said Friday. 

The girls, carrying a good¬ 
will letter'from Prime Mini¬ 
ster Trudeau to the Osaka 
world’s fair, have been 
stranded here since last Octo¬ 
ber because of lack of funds. 


fears of a trip-canceilation by 
saying large companies would 
sponsor the trip if the girls 
proved' their determination 
and sincerity by cycling 500 
miles across the country." 
said group leader Gabrielle 
Maurice. 

Miss Maurice said the girls 
struggled across Canada, 
"living a hand-to-mouth 
existence . . . while Claude 
stayed in luxury hotels, 
allegedly consummating big 
deals with New York and 
Tokyo which never came off. 
The last straw in the girls' 
disillusionment" with Dube 
came when they arrived in 
Vancouver Oct. 17 and found 
no arrangements had been 
made either for their accom¬ 
modation here or for their 
trip to Japan. 

Miss Maurice said the girls 
had given Dube $27,600 and 
the federal government 
another $6,000 t o ensure 
cyclist representation in 
Osaka. 


‘'Apart from the $7,500 in 
assets represented by equip¬ 
ment. he could not account 
for the money. Food, gas for 
the buses, repairs and other 
expenses were obtained by 
the girls' work on a day-to- 
day basis." 


McDowell li 

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The case arose when in¬ 
spectors from the employ- 
me. 1 t standards branch found 
the 135 female nursing aides 
were getting $2.36 an hour 
and orderlies $2.66 despite a 
proviticial law passed January 
1. 196S, that stipulates female 
workers must get equal pay 
in any establishment where 
they do the "saTne” work. 

The branch ordered Metro 
politan Toronto council to pay 


Some of the girls have 
found jobs and are donating 
part of their pay cheque for 
the trip. *rhe caravaners have 
also released a recording of 
songs in addition to selling 
calendars, holding car 
washes, tag days and running 
shoe shine stands. 

"We are extremely close to 
our financial objective." Miss 
Maurice said. 


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told by the original leader of 
the group, Claude Dube, their 
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By HELEN MORRIS 

The Queen Alexandria 
Solarium for crit^led children 
is like any other home - 
except that it houses 57 
children and Gi parents in 
three shifts. 

Top man on the parent 
totem is John Holdstock. the 
•triarium’s administrator. He 
came to the solarium in 195) 
after holding various hospital 
administration posts in Eng- 
laad. 


In 1958 when the solarium 
moved from Mill Bay, where 
it was built in 1927, to Its 
present location on Arbutus 
Road. Holdstock — who had 
planned to stay only two 
years - made the move with 
it; 

★ ★ * 

"I’d never been in a 
children’s hospital before. I 
promised I’d stay two yesu-s, 
and then I decided it had to 
move and 1 didn't think it was 
fair to put foe burden of that 


on anyone else," Holdstock 
said. 

"And then, course, the 
children got to me." he 
added. 

The children have been 
getting to Holdstock ever 
since. When he wanders 
through the hospital, little 
girls run up to tell him their 
secrets. 

Holdstock asks one-year-old 
Matthew, "Aren’t you going 
to eat your sum>er?” Matthew 
gives him a cold disdainful 


look and moves his meal, 
carefully, three inches away 
from Holdstock. 

Holdstock 1 a u g if s . The 
nurses laugh. Michael gives 
them all a not-to^ie-toyed- 
with look. 

Michael is one of the 
younger patients at the 
Solarium which admits new¬ 
borns to 14-year-olds with 
almost any long-term ailment, 
from respiratory diseases to 
muscular dystrophy to ric¬ 
kets. 

* ★ ★ 

In the solarium's class¬ 
rooms — school age patients 
follow foe' B.C. curriculum — 
Brown points out an 
aquarium full of green grow¬ 
ing thin^. 

"Now they’re raising frogs 
from polywogs,” Miss Brown 
explains, '"niey do this every 
year. 

“One year one escaped and 
they have worried about it 
ever since. 

"Fortunately, every fsJl the 
teacher takes them back from 
whence they came — so I 
don't have to take them home 
with me," she said. 

■k -k * 

After school patients enjoy 
I^ay-therapy, where they 
learn how to make music on a 
recorder, or perform plays — 
some they write themselves 
— or make plates or bowls or 
unidentifiable objects which 
Miss Brown prefers to label 
"originals. 

Or they can watch televi¬ 
sion. Or read. Or go to 
Brownies. 

Frogs and Brownies are 
part ot the homey atmosphere 
o( disciplined bedlam that’s 
essential in a hospital where 


everything," Holdstock said- 
"We have school patrols, and 
Cubs and Scouts — 

"We can't send them on a 
camp, but we can give them 
a tent and some food and let 
them sleep on foe grounds. 
Then, after they've eaten 
their own cooking, they strtl 
get their medicatian." 

The fiS-man staff does other 
special things, like keeping 
track d birthdays. And on a 
birthday, they present the 
guest of honor w^ a cake; 

"H he's on a speeial diet 
and can eat only carrots, then 
we have a carrot birthday 
cake." 

★ ★ ★ 

Children have no trouble 
fitting into hospital life. Hold- 
stock says. 

"Obviously there’s an ad- 
.lustment by the child — but 
that's leas than foe psycho¬ 
logical difficulty experienced 
by the parents. " 

"Of course we have the aid 
of the family downstairs (foe 
children’s wards). It’s a 
strange thing, the family 
downstairs but it’s very 
real and very heli^ul." 

“It's leaving that's 'difficult 
— "they go out with copious 
tears and everyone from 
d 'wnstsirs is up here. But by 
foe time the patient reaches 
the gate that’s it. We’re 
just a fond memory." 
k k It 

One of foe friends of the 
hospital i s foe Solarium 
Junior League which, in con- 
.iunction with the Thetis 
Chapter in Vancouver, last 
year raised about $28,(X)0 of 
the hospital's $478,OOQ operat¬ 
ing expenses. 

They're staging their annual 
fund-raising drive this month. 


How to Help Kin 
Accept Death 


By C. O. McDANIBX 

CHICAGO (AP) — Trying 
to cheer up a person who Is 
dying maj be well inten- 
tioned, but is not always 
the best thing to do for the 
patient. Depression is an 
important phase in the 
patient's move toward accep¬ 
tance of death, says Dr. 
Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, a 
Qilcago psychiatrist. 

"When we enter the room, 
our need is to cheer up the 
dying patient.” she says. But 
the dying patient has far 
more to grieve over than his 
loved ones have, since he is 
about to leave all he holds 
dear. 

★ ★ ★ 

Depression U one of five 
stages which the long-term, 
terminally ill patient goes 
through, she says, and she 
maintains that if the process 
of dying is understo^. the 
patient and his family can be 
helped so that the experience 
is less horrifying than it has 
been i n North American 
culture 

Dr. Roas has become widely 
known for her research with 
terminally ill patients. Her 
mail sometimes runs to 50 
letters a day from dying 
patients and their families all 
over foe world. Her book. On 
Death and Dying, has become 
a best-seller. 


She conducts workshops for 
ministers, doctors, nurses. 


few exceptions — welcome 
the opportunity to talk about 
how they feel. 

The first stage the dying 
patient goes through, Dc. 
Rots has found, is shock and 
denial. Then anger sets in, 
This is followed by bargain¬ 
ing, then acceptance of the 
imminence ot death and the 
severing of ties 

Dying patients "want to 
hear hope," but Dr. Ross saya 


Con ? 
No, 
Kin ! 


ERIE. Pa. (UPI)—When 
two eitferiy women withdrew 
Sll.Mi la cash from a bank 
here and placed It In a paper 
bag, bank officials feared 
they were about to be vto- 
timtted by coafidence men. 

8o the bank called the 
police aad oMcen foltowed 
the women aa they went from 
the bank to a bus stop, where 
one of the women called a 
young man over, who started 
to eiamlne the money. 


hope for them is not the samai 
as hope for patients who cw' 
be cured. 

She says hope for the dying- 
changes as their cendltioil 
worseps to something unre¬ 
lated to illness — auch an! 
hope that the pain won't las( 
long, that the children will ba 
able to make it without theif, 
parent, that "God will accept 
me in His garden" 

If a patient stops expresaf 
ing hope, it is a sign that 
death is imminent, she says. 

Dr. Ross and her felkwv 
workers try, she says, "to 
help the family and patient 
reach |cceptance of death 
together," which makes death 
peaceful. 

“:_:rjaTCHED^^^ 

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Fou’fl Appreciate 
Our Large Seleetioit 
EAST TERMS 


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—JUb Rywi 

Black. Jackie Lunt and Sherry 
Easton. 


G>urt Bans Raise 


No Equality 


Expo-Bound Cyclists Stalled 

Of_O_A__- 


TORONTO (CP)—The 
Ontario labor department is 
appealing a court decision 
that has tied the province’s 
hands in enforcing legislation 
to ensure equal pay for 
women workers. 

The test case, to be heard 
by the Ontario Cfourt of 
Appeal Thursday, involves 
Metropolitan Toronto’s refusal 


$31,906 to the branch to be 
turned over to the female 
aides for back wages arrd to 
pay equal salaries in hrture. 
The city contested the order. 

The case ended in the 
Supreme Court of Ontario 
where Justice Campbell 
Grant held that the word 
"same” in the Ontario 
legislation can be held to 


Four theological students 
sought her out five years ago 
and asked her help on a 
research paper about the 
dying, 

"So I told the students we'd 
ask patients who were dying 
about their feelings," she 
recalls. 

Patients who are dying feel 
isolated. I<mely and avoided, 
she says, and most — with 


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SOB et one of the women and 
the money wm to be used to 
admit kcr N-year>old (atber 
to a cmvaleeceat home. 


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week they showed us a darling mlni-gawn which had just come 
In . . . Itie interesting feature of this one is the sleeves . l<Mg 
and gathered in sections bound with piping like something from 
Romeo and Juliet . . . This gown has a low sco(^ oeek, tie bell, 
aid comes in white, pink and blue satin-finish opaque nyloD with 
navy pipirv trim ... . SB . . . and available In petite, mall and 
mechuiD sizes . . . Another bright idea is the bikini shirt which 
does ^bte du^ . . . Can be worn to sleep in ... or as a bleuse 
by day with skirt or slacks . . Top looks like a biouae . . 

crepeset nylon in white or bon-bon pink . . . wKh long buttoned 
cuff sleevM, a lacy Jabot in front, from and back tails which 
snap dosed te form a pant-like Mkiol . ■ . Elastic kem panty 
hoee in place, and prevents puUlng and creeping . . Ine whde 


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With DOROTHY FRASER 

Vou, too, can walk like a queen ... ' 

probably the most prestigious 
nai^ in ^ wh^ shoe world . . something like Rolls Royce 

>n the m<^- industry! . . . Queen Elizabe^ II wTars ^ese 
beautiful handmade shoes from Florence, Italy . . so do 
o^sands M other famous women the world over; . . . (The 
Maharam of Baroda orders 20 or M pairs at a time!) Where 
can yM buy a pair of Ferragamo shoes? Right here at Monday’s 
• the only store m Canada to stock them . . . Monday’s have 
sporty type models in soft suede . . . incredibly 
ligand pliable . . . New this Sfaing is "Aqualana" . . , brown 
buckled strap trim and slighOy raised toe 
intriguing took . . . an excellent walking shoe 
‘*s„s dainty little soRie . . . bi fine suede wtUi 
smooth leather collar and trim In green, camel and . . . new 
tnis jw . . navy with red trim ... a real honey! ... Old 

ravorlte Suez is a 2-eyelet tie with crepe rubber sole ... in 
Havana (beige) . . . And we’ve been saving this one till 
•asi . . there s a dressy shoe called "Rughtj" very elegant in 

camel calf wth high stack heel or black patent . , . gold buckle 
aU-leatoer lined . . . whose price tag reads S55 . . Money well 

spent If yoitf bu^et runs to it! ... other Ferragamts are 
.a more modest $^.95 . , . See them all at . . , Mundav’a, isos 
l>ougUs 8t, 38S-2211. ’ 

Sha^ of shoes to come: High front, low back silhouette, new 
slimmish rounded toe, new high 2-inch heel. 

A new label to keep your eyes on . . . 

"Collection 30" is the label on a fairly new line of Canadian- 
made clothes which we saw In Eaton's Town House this week 
. . These clottfes ere very new looking . . . made of good 
fabrics, well finished ... and are inclined to be petite, scaled to 
natter the smaller figure . . . (The manufacturer of CollecOon 
.10, we’re told, sells most of his output in the U.S. to stores like 
Saks Fifth Avenue and Bonwit Teller . . . where, like so much 
of t^ finer Canadian clothing, it is held in high esteem by 
fashionwise customers!) . . . One costume we like consists of pure 
silk print dress in a black, brown and orange design with long 
torso, pleated skirt and tic neckline . . . Over this is Worn a 
sleeveless black wool coat which zips down the front . . . Most 
of the ensembles* coats, you'll notice, have zipper fastening 
instead of buttons . . . and may be worn interchangeably with 
other dresses . . . Noticed a smart daffodil yellow dress and 
jacket with short sleews, inverted front pleat ... in very fine 
wool worsted . . A white double knit dress vnth slightly gathered 
skirt zips right down the front . . . There’s a sleeveless navy 
coat dress which can be worn as is. with a bright scarf . or 
over a print dress . . . These young, yet sophuticated clothes, 
are not too expensive, and you’ll find them at . . Eaton’s Town | 
House, SSS tUl, local 967. 

Neckbands are a new jewellery favorite, and many of them | 
are in snakeskin, real or fake. ; 


Handbags to swing into spring with ... 

The shoe and handbag industries have really worked together . 
this season in using the same leathers and ccdiMrs ... a happy' 
circumstance which makes it far easier to match up shoes and 
bag than it’s ever been heretMore . . Wilson’s have just received 
a shipment of handbags for spring ... as nice a collection as 
anyone could ask for . . . For the most part, they’re hand-made i 
in Canada . by a fashion award winning manufacturer . . 
from Imported leathers . . • and this means they’re mcHT reasw-1 
ably priced than are a lot of imported bags Ones we looked > 
at were in the S25 • $35 price range ... A lot of these new bags; 
are "crinkle cape" . . . real leather treated to look like crushed I 
patent . . . There are lots of shoulder straps and convertible I 
stra(>s . . - and while the bags are not necessarily large, they're 
a lot roomier than they used to be . . Colors include w^nac, i 

bone, jet. scarlet, beaver and navy . . so you shouldn’t have 
any'trouble finding a bag to complement any outfit ... If you’re 
planning to travel, there's an excellent bag in camel calfekin . . 
full of canpartments with zip pockets . . . just grand for travelling 

Another in bone . . . well compartmented. and with sturdy' 
double handles . . W A J WUsoo Limited, 1221 Ooveramest 8t.. | 
383-7177. 

Tlic young feel the longuette is wild, new and never worn I 
before. (It hasn’t, by them!) I 

Marble topped tables harit back to Victorian days . . . 

Among people whose taste in furnishings runs to the tra- 
ditioi^ - . . there’s a big revival of interest in Victorian furniture 
(and we're referring now to the period . . . not the city!) . . . 
The marble topped tables you'll find in The Gallery at Home 
Furniture are faithful reproductions pure Vietoriana . ■ . Made 
by file same people who manufacture those delig^ut Victorian 
chain Home is so famous fbr . . Hiey’re solid mahogany, 
beautifully hand-carved - . and have tops of richly grained 
Carrara marble from Italy - . What’s more, they come In all 
shapes and sizes . . round, oval, square . . . Httle round ones 
just the right size for putting beside a chair to hidd ashtray and 
glaw . . . larger ones for lamps . . great big ones for coffee 

tables . Nothing flimsy about these . . . they’re solid and 
heavy and would provide a definite focus of interest to a room 

You wouldn’t want more than one or two at the most so 
as not to overdo a good thing! . . Saw a big console table which 
would be terrific in a haU . ■ . Another hall table has an attractive 
lyre base . and there 81*8 some very striking occasional tables 
. . . Not astronomical in price, and well worth a visit! . . . 
Home Furniture Company, 825 Fort 8t.. 382-61S8. 

Off-beat colors in household linens are replacing flowers and 
pastels. Expect to see gewnetrics, strong colors, in sheets, 
towels, etc. 

Safe and painless method of hair removal . . . 

It won’t be long now beftm we aH start exposing more of 
ourselves to the public gaze . . . bare arms and legs . . abbrevi¬ 

ated swim suits . . . And when toat day arrives, one thing we 
can very well do without is unsightly superfluous hair on legs, j 
arms or thighs . . Or dark fuzz arouiri the uppt^ lip . . . because I 
bright sunlight has a way of making such hair twice as noticeable! 

Superfluous hair is un-feminine and un-aesthetic . . . and 
if you've got any. we suggest you get rid of it now by making 
an appointmeM at House of Glamour for their Unique Epilatory 
hair removal treatment . . . It's fast, painless and effective . . 

No needle, wax or chemicals are used . . and the process is 
completely safe . much less expensive than electrolysis . 
Re-giwth is considerably retarded, too, we’re assured . So 
make an appointment with H of G's Miss Dorothy . . . she’s 
highly traioed in this unique method of hair removal Miss 
Marianne a skillful Eurt^an hairdresser . has joined 
the sUff at H of G’s Juncti«» shop, replacing Mr. Donald who 
is now back at the downtown salon . You’ll like her! As well 
as being a talented stylist, she specializes In tinting and coi^ 
ditioning ... all phases of hair care . • . Haoae of (Hamour, 
«» View 81.. 386-6)88, and 1688 Fort 8C. 8a6-77U. 


You have to be tall, slender 
a maxi coat with aplomb. 


and young ... to carry oft 


It^s Expensive 
To Be Poor 


Last summer, I inadvert¬ 
ently put a pair of my son's 
jeans Into swne rather strong 
bleach. The jeans came out 
splotched with white patches. 
He cried for three days. He 
didn't want to go on living. 
'Hie Jeans were donated to a 
mission in India (which 


eventually sent them back). 
The dog bit me in sympa¬ 
thetic protest. 

Last week, my son bought a 
pair of jeans splotched with 
white patches. He paid $5.95 
for them. I cried for three 
days. I didn't want to go on 
living. I donated my son to a 


! 


Dear Ann Landers: You have repeatedly advised 
women to tell a Hance about a previous marriage, 
out-of-wedlock child or prison record. What about an 
abortion? 

I’m going with a fine man ® 

who wants to marry me. He . _ , ... ,, . 

knows I’m not a but he g®.'. ^ 

abortion. I've already paid a ^ ^ 

big price for my mistake and ^ ™'f: 

I don’t want to pay any more. 

tell him because it might J ve never sold a ttong to a 
spoil my chances. I tftinj I mL tI 

should Yes nr nn’ Rernn. Off«ndS me. NOW Thclma 


A specialist in watch repairs . . . 

There’s nothii^ quite so useless as a watch which doesn’t 
run ... or so frustrating as a watch that can't tell proper time 
... If you've such a timepiece . . . whose repairs you’ve been 
putting off . - . don’t! . . . Take it to de Goutiere wtw has more - 
flian 20 years experience behind him . ■ . and specializes in 
repairing high-grade watches like Patek Philip>pe Muvado 

Omega . . . Longines . Universal . . His tkiH is simply 

phenomenal . . . We've seen him take an old beat-up watch airi 
make it act like brand new! . . . And all his wcffk Is unctmdition- 
ally guaranteed . While you're in the store, have a look at 
tome lovely brooches Mr. de Goutiere showed us this week... 
Brooches are coining twek in style again . . . and these are'really 
contemporary <mes to wt off the new clothes . . There’s one in 
14K gold like a feather . . Another is carved gcrid, and a third 

a free-form design we won’t attempt to describe - A very 
striking silver brooch is designed around a big shlmmerirq; grey 
baroque pearl . . . It's hand-made, and is, of course, one of a 
kind . . Saw an interesting wide carved gold ring which Mr. 
do Goutiere has set with seven fresh water pearls . . This is 

definitely a "now” ring, and is very lovely indeed! . . . 
de Goutiere, Jeweller, IM., 2524 Rstevan Ave., 592-S22I. 

A new rainwear fabric ooruists of any material covered with 
a sheet of plastic. Looks good, resists heaviest downpours. 

Exciting young sleepwear nt Snba’s . . . 

The days are long gme since a nightie was just a nightie 
. . . fashions in sleepwear are changing drastically new 
ideas coming up all the time . . . Saba’s, incidentatly, always 


should. Yes or no? Berna- 
dine. 

Dear Barnadlne: Tell him 
If It spoils your chances 
figure it as part of "the 
price. " This sort of informa¬ 
tion .should not be withheld. 
Moreover, if you become 
pregnant after marriage your 
doctor wiU surely ask about 
your gynecological history. 
You can’t fool him. The 
abortion wUl be part cd your 
medical record and records 
are never 100-per-cent secure. 

□ 

Dear Ann Landers: My 
husband belong to a poker 
club. There are nine mem¬ 
bers. All the men are married 
to women who seem to be in 
good health. Of the nine men, 
only four invite the club to 
their homes to play. 

Speaking as a wife who has 
washed plenty of coffee cups, 
beer glasses, ashtrays, and 
made dozens cd sandwiches, I 
resent the freeloaders. The 
club has been meeting every 
week for two years and some 
of us wives think we are 
getting a raw deal. My 
husband says the four guys 
don’t mind having the five to 
their homes so often. Why 
should they? Their wives do 
the work. Wbat do you think 
should be done? — Too Often 
The Uofiteu. 

Dear Hoateas: 'The time to 
have established the ground 
rules was when the club was 
formed. It is unfair that four 
members should repeatedly 
play host to five others. Your 
husband, or one of the other 
suckers, should suggest that 
eart) member take his turn as 
host — starting now. 

□ 

Dear Ann Landers: Thelma, 
a woman I work with, bought 
a lovely knitted dress on a 
trip to Canada but her 
husband didn’t like R on her. 
ITieima and I are the same 
size. She asked me if I would 
like the dress. I was over¬ 
whelmed by her thoughtful¬ 
ness and said I'd certainly 
like to try it on and see if it 
fits. 

The next day Thelma 
brought the dress, we went to 
the ladies lounge and I tried 
it on. It fit perfectly. 1 toM 
her I was thriUed and 
thanked her. She then said, 
"You misunderstood. I didn't 
mean it as a gift, ‘riiis dress 


looks the other way when we 
pass in the hall. Ibis incident 
has made her uncomfortable, 
and I’ll never feel the same 
about her. Am I wrong or is 
she?—One Friendship 1.4>used 
up. 

Dear One: This is not a 
matter of right or wrong, but 
rather a lashup in com¬ 
munication. Thelma should 
have made it clear at the 
outset that she wanted to sell 
the dress. You, on the other 
hand, should have asked if 
she meant the dress as a gift 
instead of assuming so. 

It is unwise to offer to sell 
used apparel to friends. If a 
friend asks if you’d be willing 
to sell something, it’s another 
matter. 


miuion In India (which sent 
him back). 1 bit the dog 
because I’ve never liked the 
animal anyway. 

These two stories in a 
simple way point out the 
cavernous gap between young 
people and their parents. Put 
any name on it you like. 

My generation (Neanderthal 
people) were impressed by 
riches. My grandma once 
bought me a Shiri^ Temple 
permanent that held curl for 
two years. It looked like a 
mattress, but I felt like a rich 
tap dancer in it. Today’s 
youth are impressed with 
poverty. They think it is 
groovy to do without shoes, 
haircuts and deodorant. I 
guess everyone needs distance 
for fierspective. 

* * ★ 

Take the case of the frayed 
jeans at our house. 

"Mom. can I buy a pair of 
cut-off jeans?” 

‘‘Why?’’ I answered. 
'You’ve already got a pair 
with a hole in the knee. I’il 
cut 'em off for you” 

"Tliey’ll lok frayed." 

"So, I’ll fray ’em." 

“They’U look fraved." 

"So what are they supposed 
to kwk like?" 

"They’re supposed to look 
like they haven’t been frayed. 
The minute someone sees ’em 
they’ll say, ‘Oh, your mother 
frayed ’em.’ ” 

★ ★ * 

"What’s the difference?" 

"That’s like someone fading 
a shirt instead of buying it 
that way. It's not the same 
Or cutting the sleeves out of 
jackets to make vests that 
have the sleeves cut out of 
them . . or turning your old 
sweatshirt inside out instead 
of buying a new one and 
turning it inside out. You 
don’t understand” 

I hated to threaten the kid 
with affluency, so I said, "If 
the price of poverty keeps 
going up, you may have to 
get a part-time job to afford 
it. If you understand that, 
then there is hope for the 
both of us” 


Abortion Easy 
In New York 


Governor Nelson Rocke¬ 
feller signed a bill Saturday 
repealing New York’s 140- 
year-old restrictions on abor¬ 
tion and giving the state the 
most liberal statute in the 
United States. 

Similar measures are pend¬ 
ing before governors of 
Alaska and Maryland but are 
not yet law. 

The New York state senate 
passed the abortion bill Fri¬ 
day, one day after the 
assembly gave its approval. 
It will take effect July 1. 

The new law requires only 
that an abortion be performed 
by d doctor within 24 weeks 
of conception with the consent 
of the woman. There are no 
age or residency require¬ 
ments. 

Rockefeller signed the bill 
without comment or cere¬ 
mony. 

New York, with a popula¬ 
tion over 17,000,000, is the 
moat populous state to libera¬ 
lize its abortion law. 

The old abortion law, one of 
the strictest in the nation, 
prohibited termination of a 
pregnancy except to save the 


Designers Ignore 
Midi Rebellion 


NEW YORK (AP) — 
Despite signs at open rebel¬ 
lion by pro-mini women, many 
key United States fashion 
designers plan to show only 
below - the - knee styles for 
fall. But the opposition is 
fierce and active. 

As buyers began arriving 
here to select fail styles for 
their stores, the pro-mini 
groupg are girding for battle. 


Patricia Deem, president of 
the Eight Against Dictating 
Designers, says organizations 
such as hers are gathering 
signatures on petitions "to let 
the fashion world know we 
want a choice of lengths." 

"All vre ask is a choice,” 
says Juli Reding Hutner, 
president of Preservation of 
Our Feminity and Finances. 


mother’s life. It stood virtual¬ 
ly unamended since passage 
in 1828. 

The Alaska house passed a 
state Senate-approved bill. 
Friday that would require 
that abortions be performed 
in a hospital or other ap¬ 
proved medical facility and 
includes a 30-day residency 
requirement. 


Nurses 
To See 
Styles 


A Spring Pageant of 
Fashions presented by Roma 
and sponsored by the Flo¬ 
re n c e Nightingale Chapter 
lODE will be held at 2 p.m. 
Thursday, in the nurses’ 
residence of Royal Jubilee 
Hospital. 

Clothes for all occasions 
will be featured, from morn¬ 
ing wear to suits, coats and 
knitwear, ending with glitter 
for the eoekt&il hour and 
evening Wear. Helen Biernes 
will comment. 

Student nurses will serve at 
tiie tea party tolkiwing the 
show. 


CLUBS 


The Florence Nightingale 
C^hapter of the lODE will 
meet at 1:30 p.m. Monday at 
the home of Mrs. W. R. 
Roskelley, 304-1537 Belcher. 

JAYCEE-BTTE8 MEET 
The Jaycee-ettes of Victoria 
will meet at 8 p.m. Wednea- 
day at the Emily Carr House, 
207 Government. 


Car Woot Start? 
Breakdown la Qm 
M iddle of NawlwrrT 
Yaa’re Quaraoteed 
Priority Emertenry 


Madeline in recent London picture 

Dancer Succeeds in London 

Practice Pays Off 


By ERITH M. SMITH 

The childhood and teen-age 
years of lessons, long 
p ractice—and waiting—have 
paid off in professional suc¬ 
cess for another young dancer 
from the Wynne Shaw studio. 

Madeline Pcmich, daughter 
of Mr. and Mrs. Laddie 
Ponich of Cjowichan Bay. 
writes from London that she 
has been given a contract 
with the Royal Opera’s ballet 
company. 


Her letter home tells of the 
company’s present plans; 

“We are doing a London 
performance of just ballet in 
about two weeks. I'm dancing 
the czardas from Coppelia 
(with Graham Goodbody who 
used to )>e with the Royal 
Winnipeg Ballet). I’m also 
going to be in the waltz from 
Carnival, L^dy C^apulet in 
Romeo and Juliet. 

“Next Saturday I'm alter¬ 
nating with another girl in the 
Spanish number frenn La 
Traviata at Ctovent Garden. 

* « * 

"We then have about four 
weeks of rehearsal and then 
go off to Germany. We’ll have 
two weeks in Elerlin and a 
week in Munich, as far as we 
know. We’ll be taking the 
c^ras Falstaff and Don 
Carlos, and in Berlin we'll 
premiere a new opera caUed 
Victory.” 

The Covent Garden refer¬ 
ence has its own sidelight. 

* * ★ 

Ldst summer Madeline w&b 
one of a group of girls from 
the studio here who accom¬ 
panied Miss Shaw to a 
summer school at (he Royal 
Academy in England. With 
the help of a scitoiarship from 
the lODE and a Canada 
Council grant, Madeline 
stayed on to study with John 
O’Brien at the academy 

To help with finances, she 
had recently taken a part- 
time job as usher—at Covent 
Garden. So now she's trans¬ 
ferred backstage. 


Born in Vegreville, Alta., 
Madeline moved with her 
family to Edmonton and there 
start^ dancing iessoni when 
site was seven. Her teacher 
was Ruth Coarse, and when 
the family came to Vancouver 
Island in 1964 Madeiine con¬ 
tinued to study with Wynne 
%aw. 

★ ★ ★ 

Victoria audiences h a ve 
seen her perform in a number 
at shows here when the studio 
has provided dancers for 
Victoria Operatic Society and 
Bastion Theatre productions. 

These have included Okla¬ 
homa, Annie Clet Your Gun, 
Stingiest Man in Town. Cam- 
eiot, Taming irf the Shrew, 
Brigadoon, Desert Song, 
Peter Pan (in which she 
played Tiger Lily). 


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Memben d the OubSoors 
Qub of Victoria ^ plan a 
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torla'i Beao«i HU) Park 
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parks superintendent Herb 
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arranger for the outdoor 
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For the rest d the hiking 
season, extending into 
November, Outdoor Qub 
members, along with mem* 
bers of the Island Mountain 
Ramblers, wiU leave few 
Island beauty spots un¬ 
trodden, including the moun¬ 
tain tops. 

Island Mo&ntain Ramblers 
will spend much of their time 
in the mountains and glaciers 
of Stratheona Park anf big 
trip of the year will be a week 
(4 hiking and climbing In the 
Memory Lake area of the 
park, north of the Comox 
Glacier and south d Buttle 
Lake . . . from Aug. 1 to 8. 


This is one of the most 
bewtiful areas of the park 
aha week-long activities will 
include a climbing school with 
supervised instructiao in rock 
and snow climbing. Main 
camp will be on the northwest 
side of Memory Lake and 
leaders wiU be Syd Watts. Bill 
Lash and John Gibson. 

May 16, 17 and 18 weekend 
will Ik anotiier big one for the 
Ramblers who will travel the 
Elk River Valley trail and 
camp at tiie gravel Qats 
below Mount Col. Foster. 

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Col. Foster with John Gibson 
as leader; up the Elk River 
Pass to Rambler Peak with 
Jack Shark as leader, and to 
Meunt Elkhc»-n via South 
Ridge, with Syd Watte as 
leader. 

★ ★ ★ 

That holiday weekend 
should be an excellent time to 
see the magnificent Upper 
Elk Valley. All the climbs are 
easy going tn the 6,000-Joot 
level, but beyond that point 
leaders will reaerve the ri^t 
to limit the number of 
cUmbers to suit conditions. 

Climbers are expected to be 
in good physical condition and 
properly equipped with ice 
axe, good boots and warm 
dottung, and if enough 
interest is shown a leader wlU 
be appointed for a shorter 
hike in the area. 

The timii to the Upper Elk 
Valley fdlawe an old elk traM 
which has been improved by 
the Comox District Moun¬ 
taineering dub. It features an 
interesting series of peaks 
and connecting ridge. 


During the earthquake (rf 
1M6 one of the peaks of 
Mount Col. Foster ava¬ 
lanched. -The witole face of 
the mouiUain tumbled down 
the slope, fnxn 5,000 feet to 
3,000 feet, instantly logging 
the slopes, cascading into a 
lake and pushing water up the 
opposite slope, instantly log¬ 
ging that slope tor 200 feet 
upward. Then, the water 
rushed down the {alley taking 
all timber with it. It is in this 
spot that the Ramblers will 
do much d their exploring. 

May 16, 17. 18 holiday 
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the Outdoors dub as well. 
Target for that club will be a 
fly-in to do-oose and the site 
of the proposed West Coast 
Park. T^ere will be accom¬ 
modation inbide for 12 and the 
rest d the party will sleep in 
tents. Herb Warren win be 
leader. 


July 17 to 19 Outdoor Club 
members wiH travel across 
Juan de Fuoa Strait to visit 
Olympic National Park and 
camp at Heart of the Hills- 
Two trips from there are 
being considered . . . one to 
Obstruction Point and Deer 
Park and another to Hurri¬ 
cane Ridge on Mount Angeles. 

Both clubs have a full 
program for all the season, 
and for some outings th^ will 
join forces. 

Here is the schedule of the 
Island Mountain Ramblers: 

April 18 aad 18 — Snow 
school on Mount Airowamith 
with Blair Paterson as leader. 
They will meet at 10 a.m. at 
the Beaufort picnic site on 
Cameron Lake, dintoing in¬ 
struction wiQ be provided and 
participants are advised to 
bring ice euces. Outdoors 
Clubmembers will also take 
part. 

April te — Day hike. 

May 16. 17, I^ln addition 
to the Elk River Valley trip 
there will be a trip to 
Friendly Cove, with Ruth 
Masters as leader. 

May 34 — Day hike. 

June 8, 7—Two trips to 
choose; Mr. Hkusan in Say- 
ward area, for good rock 
climbing and fine view of 
coast on clear day. Richard 
Miller, leader; or Gold Lake, 
backpacking for five miles 
over old trappers’ trail. This 
is an area which the 
Ramblers seek to have added 
to Stratheona Park. 

Jane 2*, SI — To MarMe 
Meadews above Buttle Lake 
where club members are 
building a hikirc trail to 
I Marble Plateau. Plans call 
I for a work party to clean 
' lower part of the trail, with 
I Hank Wilkinson leader. 

I June 88—Day hike. 


July 4, 8 — Mount Auger- 
point, near the Ralp^ River 
campground on Buttle Lake. 
Trip is easy hiking except for 
peak, and affords rewarding 
views of parte. Leader is Jark 
Shark. 

Jaiy 18, 18—Members move 
to U.S. for Mt. Baker area. 

Sept. 5, • and 7—Dedication 
ceremony at Marble Meadows 
Trail. Rock climbing on 
Marble Peak or McBride. 

Sept 87—Day hike. 

Oct. 10, 11 nncl 18 Tlwnks- 
glvtng we^end—Circlet Lake 
are d Forbidden Plateau, via 
Cruikshank Canyon, with Jack 
Ware as leader. This is a 
mpst beautiful time to see 
Forbidden Plateau. 

Oct. 85—Day hike. 

Nov. 15—Faa meeting at 
Nanaimo. 

Nov. 28 — Day hike. 

For further In formation, 
espKciaUy about day bikes, 
get in touch wdth district 
representatives, which in Vic¬ 
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Margot Place. 479-6366. 

The Islaitd Mountain 
Ramblers extend a welcome 
to prospective hiken and 
mountain climbers to join, 
first as associate members 
and after competing four 
scheduled 'outings to become 
fuU-fledged m«nbers. Mem¬ 
bership fees ere 92.50 a year, 
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Here is a schedule of 
Outdoor Club of Victoria 
planned outings: 

April 18 >. Qimb mi Hill 
at Langford, 858 feet, hike 
Creiglower Creek and Calypso , 
Trails in Thetis Park. 

Aprii 26 — Take advantage 
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Bedford Island in Becher 
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May 8 — Oimb Mt. Max¬ 
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May M — Family hike and 
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Nankee Poo Beach, via Mile 
13 Creek, beyond Jordan 
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May SI — Moderately tough 
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Hooper area. 

Jdbb 1 — Family outing to 
McKenzie Bight on Squally 
Reach of Saanich Iniet. 

June 14 — See wild pMox, 
pemtemon and rbododenron 
along hike to Mt. Todd, via 

Renfrew Road. 

Jaae 17 — Family evening, 
picnic supper and beach style 
treasure hunt at Cadboro 
Bay. 

Jane 88, 81 — Overnight at 
Fairy Lake, then hike to 
Botanical Beach at PcHi Ren¬ 
frew fbr extreme low tides 
at 10:55 a.m. 

July 1 — Sombrio Beach by 
way of new short trail. 

July 5 — Fossil hunting at 
Muir Creek et Kirby Creek. 

Ang. 8 — Visit Mayne 
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hiking in Mountain Park. 

Aug, 16 — Swimming and 
hiking at Burnt Bridge on 
Kaksilah. 

Aag. so — Family swim and 
hike at Cowichan River. 

Se|^ 4 to 7 — Hiking the 
High Divide Loop in the 
Olympics, maybe. 

Sept 18 — Visit to Sansum 
Narrows area. 

Sept. 20 — Mount Arrow- 
smith hike. 

Sept. 87 — Search for the 
Gordon River caves. 


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36 (■tin (blUmUt. Victork], a.C .'Sundoy, April 12, 1970 


Teenaeer 


Sports Spark Talks 


Letters to Kitte 


How can you start friendly wonten no# do. Begin with a 

talk, with a boy or gt» you ‘Hi’ or a self-introduction. 

I^e but don’t kndV «Mll? Tm Judy Brown,' Add ‘I've 

That's what many are aeen you around school' or 

^ shy and quiet ask me. 'You and your team played a 

Here are cues from glib great game Friday’ or ‘Glad 

Arlene Golonka who stnra In you could come to our party,' 

top 'I'V ibOWe. 

For convemtton-itanera. "Start talk about studies, 
this vivacious, sociable young sports, jobs, career-aims or 
actress says: whatever might spark intar> 

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"Be good at improvisation. 
QMkt along about wfMtaver is 
htM>ening then and there or 
la news in your town. Be 
prepared to talk w at least 
listen intell^ently on any 
subject from archeology to 
soowisiting. 

"hfen like impersonal topics 
about hobbles, trips, and 
what’s going on all around. 
They dislike girlish gocslp, 
They- dm't dig talk about 
humditim things that go on 
every day, around home, or 
with friends and neighbors. 
They couldn’t care less about 
feminine gab about cosmetics, 
h B I r -d o s , w iglets, atul 
fashions." 

t * a 

Arlene feels it’s fine for the 
girl to get the oonvenation 
going and keep it swinging. 
"But, later, she should let the 
man take over, soon u he 
starts speaking freely. She 
should enoourage him to do 
most of the talking about 
what interests him, even If at 
times his topics are a bit 
boring to her. This Is espe¬ 
cially Important before mar¬ 
riage, If you want to catch 
and hold a man. 

"A girl should never act 
superior or say anj^hing to 
put a man’s ego donm or try 
tt overpower him In talk, as a 
tsNieome or In a group." 

Hera are aoroe more poln^ 
ers toat apply to all sookU 
conversatim, from Arlene: 

★ ★ * 

‘‘If someone is telling a 
tale, don’t butt In and say it’s 
not true. Ntever Interrupt to 
correct the minor details. 
Listen, without contradicting. 
Save the puneh*line Uiat pops 
in your head until after the 
joke or story-telling is ended. 

"Talk-topics you should be 
wary to explore, with ac¬ 
quaintances. include polities 
and reUgkm. If'you get too 
involved there can be a whole 
chill on the room. A violent 
argument can disturb all 
within earshot. That kind of 
talk goes nowhere and may 
stit up a not of bitter 
feelings. If talk gets angry, 
move away for at least 10 
mlnutM. Cwl down, then go 
back and stay calm. It’s a 
tranquilizer to shift the sub¬ 
ject. So be pedite to people 
even if they are not too 
oourteous to you. If ttey 
seem indifferent or brusque, 
remember they may be 
bothered by personal prob¬ 
lems and not in a sociable 
mood." 

★ * * 

What about phone talk? 
"Stay away from the phone, 
at meal-time and late in the 
evening or early In the 
morning. Be alert about the 
tone ot the voice of the one 
you are talking to. Follow 
your innate feeling on how 
hmg to talk. Soon as you hear 
a tone toat indicates the 
person at the otittr end ot the 
line is busy, tired, impatient, 
or dialntercatod, eign oft in a 
hurry," 

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Top 20 in Victoria 

]. Let Me Be . Beatles (t) 

t. Spirit la tte Sky .. Nemaa Oreenhaam (4) 

S« Bridge Over TiuaMed Waton . Sfanoa aad Oaitaakel (1) 

4. Amarloaa Woman... Oaem Who (g) 

5, Haatnoky Baia .Blvts Presley (t) 

«. Bhllo . Nell Dlamead (U| 

7. Temma BariMur .. Mary Bepkla (1) 

a. Lev* Grows...Fitlaen Ughttoaae (*) 

9. ewne sad Get It .. .Bad Finger (B) 

la. Love or Let Me Be Lonely .... Friends ef Dlstlneitlon (IS) 

11. Easy to be Free. . Rick Neboa (IS) 

It. Easy OMne, Easy Go.Bobby Sherman (10) 

IS. lastaat Karma .John and Yeko Lennoa (11) 

14. Trmvriia’ Band/WboH Slop 

the Rala Cresdaaoe Clearwater (11) 

IB. Ma Belle Amie - -- ... Tee-Bet(i) 

It. Celebrate . . Tlirea Dog Nigtat (IS) 

J7. House of the Rising Sun .. ..PriJId Pink (U) 

U. SomettilDg’s Burning 

Kenny Bodgers and Pint EdHton (U) 

la. EvB Ways .. . Hantaiia (M) 

to. 11 1 Never Knew Your Name ... .Vie Dana (14) 

0 — denotes position Inst week on Top tO la Victoria. 

The Week in Records 

Radio One Sees 
Rise of Albums 


By KINO LEE 

For a long time now albums 
sales have outstripped sales 
stogies and tha British 
B r oadcasting Oorporatkm’s 
Rsdle One, which programs 
rock musk, ti changing ha 
format to go slang with the 
trend. 

Radio One is England’s only 
source of rook mutk now that 
pirate stations at* outlawed. 

The network had baen plaja- 
ing Top 40 material axcki- 
•ively until reoant oritteiim 
1 ^ the listening public 
brou^t about the ehat^ in 
format. 

Now groups like Lad Zep¬ 
pelin. Family and Pentangie, 
huge In tha album market but 
unknown to buyers of 48o, are 
finally getting some air time. 

Tbs number ot llstonars to 
Radio One in Brltoln M 
estimated around 8,000,000. 


Weekend after-fiieatre goers, 
looking for new places to ba 
antertalned may find tite 
Down Under <sr Hand in Hand 
Interesting. 

Down Under, formerly tha 
A-Go-Go, I a open Friday 
idgbts front 9 p.m. to 2 a.in. 
and Saturdays from 10 to 3. 
House band is Sad Bird and 
admission is $5 a couple. 

Hand fo Hand is relatively 
new to the Victoria entertain¬ 
ment acenc, opened in Janu- 
ward. Woodward came to 
Canada from London, Eng¬ 
land, about 3H yaan ago and 


Iff This The Time To Consider 

ST. MICHAEL’S 
SCHOOL 

For Yoiir Son? 


Dear Kitte; lltere is this 
girl I know who is very quiet 
and shy. I like her a lot and 1 
think she likes me because 
I've seen her look at me from 
the corner of my eye. 

I am also shy. My problem 
is: I don't know whether to 
ask her if she tikes me or not. 
I wouldn't want to embarrass 
us both—Wondering. 

De*r WeaderlM' Show you 
like her. See her around 
school, walk home with her. 
But don’t ask how she feels 
about you until you get better 
acquainted. 

★ ★ * 

Assume she weloomet your 
MereM on a friendly not too 
penanal. basis. 

Daw SJttei I will be going 
to college next year and shall 
be boarding at my aunt's 
houae for about 10 months. I 
was wondering if you could 


send me some infonnetlon 
about the 'dos' and ‘don’ts’ of 
boarding. 

I would like Co know bow I 
should and in wtMt way I 
would help them, where I 
should keep my bekmgingi, 
etc—Jeanne. 

★ * * 

Dear JeaMte: Your parents 
and aunt should agree about 
what you should cmMbute 
for boarding. After you arrive 
ask your aunt to tell you what 
to do about taking care of 
your room, household chores, 
where to put your belon^ngs, 
etc. 

No doubt she will wetoome 
your company and be tfad to 
help you If she has Invited 
you to be there for 19 months. 

Dear KNfot I hardly know 
where to begin but here go«. 
To start with, everyvriiere my 
best girl friend and I go her 


boy friend sherws up. Being a 
third person is so awkward, t 
don’t have any boy friend 
myeelf and that makes me 
feel all the worn. My looks 
aren't bad and I have a sense 
of humor. I feel so stupid 
asking all 'my friends to 
errange dates for me. What 
do you suggest? All Akute 

Dear All Ahme: Don't 
worry about feeling welcome, 
when your girt friend’s boy 
fritnd shows up. If he did not 
want to join you, as a trio, he 
couM aak, ahead, for a ti^ie 
date with her. Keep eaUing 
your girt bUends to arrange 
intradttttioQs and dataa for 
you. Om of tha new datee you 
meet may bt your first 
steady. 


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has resided in Victoria for 
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Is looated at 538 Yatas Street 
above the Carnaby Street 
Boutiques Ltd., and also 
features live Mtertalnment. 

Woodward has had Black 
Snake and Django from Van¬ 
couver and Victoria's 
Hosanna {laying and plans to 
bring in Hlg^ Flying Bird. 
Sandle Spring, United Empire 
Loyalists (reformed) and 
In^le Ring, all frmn Vaj> 
oouver. In the near futiire. 

Hand In Hand is open 
Fridays and Saturdays from 9 
p.m. to 1 a.Ri. and usually 
(although not tonight) Sun¬ 
days. Admission is S1.50 Fri¬ 
day and $2 Saturdays, per 
person. 

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Hit LPs: Chicago is Chi¬ 
cago's newest album and Is a 
double-platter set. The album 
Jacket is about as far out as 
any ever seen and the music 
contained within is to their 
usual hi|h standards. Wake 
Up Sunshine, Poem for the 
Prople, Colour My World and 
Fancy Colours are the out¬ 
standing ones. 

The TWtens; Both Sides 
Now contains some pmtty 
standard rook stuff done 
smoothly by this sturdy 
group. Liston to the title tune, 
Green Tambourine, BeautlAll 
People, She Lete Her Hair 
Down. The Lion Sleepa To¬ 
night. If 1 Were a Carpenter 
and Some People Sleep. 

England’s fast-rising Ten 
j Years After have a new 
album, Crtcklewood Greeiv 
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Sugar ttie Road is an t uttu a a 
number and other good 
entries are As tits Sim SfiD 
Buna Away, OreMe, Love 
Like a Blan and 50,000 Miles 
Beneatt Brain. 

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TORONTO (CP) - About 
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Seneca College students will 
have for not attending dassee 
between May 15 and June 12 
will be that ttiey’ve mtesed 
the bus. 

And in that case, they could 
be stranded in one of six 
provinces. 

a a a 

The students, along wMh at 
least eight teachers, a 
registered nurse and pouiUy 
■ college administrate, wiU 
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iateoaive learning experience'' 
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wheels — that will take toem 
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Bnmswlck, Prlnoe Edward 
bland, No^ Sootia and New¬ 
foundland. 

* * 

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buses, with seats set up to 
form seminar groupe and 
containing audio-visual equip¬ 
ment, 

Ziva F i a h e r , a college 
geography Ceaoher who 
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Serif hymns 


In 1968 three students at Central 
Junior IBgh, Kathe Guthrie, Marjorie 
Bancroft and Barbara Pennock, pro¬ 
duced a mimeographed collection of 
poems titled Ins{^tion. 

Victoria poet P. K. Page was 
impressed the collection and 
suggested a poetry contest to English 
teadier Peter &ale, who subse¬ 
quently collected more than 700 
poems from 250 writers. 


A new collection of poems was 
assembled and titled from one of P. 
K. Page's poems, A Landscape of 
Serifs. The poetry collection was 
given to photographer William El 
John who produced pictures suited to 
the mood ©f some of the writing. 'Rie 
results are his visual impressions 
complemented by the words that 
motivated him. 


Wild, unUaMhed, if p«iMr koI 
romprehatuMt 

It tkt tern. 


Itt rtfffnff torranit of UbaraUon 
Dlapla§t uHconquarad maftiUudet. 


The thimaurinp fluoreaetnea unbearablp 
beauteoua. 


ColUdet againtt tha impounded 
thortUtu. 


I now thout to alt who hoca eara to heart 
• Tha WarU ia Hollow." 

Tha earth ft eovered with grean and titling 
thinga: 

Tha tUrda, tha treat, tha fhtwera, 

Tha hilU, Mni v^Uga 

Evan the edge of Man’e own aeape. 

But wall! are the etare but painted 
Upon that flat baekgroundT 

Tha auH but a bright Ught 
Vpon that eeUlngf 

TaaU I erg: 

"The WorU ta HoUow." 

For I have touched 
The Skg. 

KEVIN KtTNIHJE. Ontnl 


CABIM, NEVlUiE, Oolqnltt 


At I walk home 
/ am hapgg. 

WI^T 

/ doA'i know 
Bui 

I’m happg. 

Oh, sure thara mra 
Wart, and 
Faminaa, and 
Strtkaa, and 
Hatred. 

Right note, though, theg 
don't 

Affect me and 
I’m happg. 

I kmva an Englith teat 
tomorrow; 

A French one the dag 
after; 

A Science exam next week; 

An eaomg duo aoon. 

Clothaa ta aaaak, 

Thinge ta remwmber and ta 
Worrg 

But right now 
Theg don’t bother ma. 

Fm happg. 

Whgf 

I don't know. 

Magbe bacauaa 
He amiied at me, or 
ffa rcdnlng and there’ll be 
A rainbow. 

Magba It’a the promlaa of 
A new dag to come, 

I don’t know. 

Bui 

Aa / walk home 
Right now 
Pm happg. 

DOBOTHV WOLJ7, 
OorSoi HMd 


Wandering through tha 
wooda 

Wandering aa tha mind 
Wandera 

Abaorbing Ufa in lU glorg 
Through warm aun rage 
and ahade 
/nIerfiMned; 

The thruah ainging hia 
heart out 

Hiding in a thichal; 

A rotting old atamp 
Teaming red wUh patterns 
of anta; 

The acoUUng of a oquirrel 
Droning in the back af 
the mind; 


Skulking fndtan-Uka oner 

Naiag, potata^dUp faaoea, 

DUcoverlmg aama aUntature 
mouog eramture 

Scurrging unaaen among 
dead twiga; 

The kemog green amett at 
apruca 

Pouring into Me noslrlls 

And guiding gou on ta 
wander 

About, thraagk and ' 
around — 

No ona earea tt valors 
laat. 

LAWRENCE BADOW8KI, 
Ooiqalli 


Fire, the BUrnml Fiama 
That drivea man on. 

What la thla monatraua thipg 
That man must find? 

Monatrous, tor many have died 
In aearch of it. 

Cruel, for H spores neither coward 
nor hero. 

A tresome, ^or it drivea ua 
to glorg 
and to death. 


TVONNE LORD. Oonl«m Eaad 


Go plag in the park, child 
Run through the taU graaa 
And over the roeka 

Plug tag, throw a atone, cUmb a trea 
There’s no one around gaat can hurt 
And gou won't be In angone'a wag 


But Mommg, the graaa la all planted 
And the gtaaa on the roeka euta mg feet. 
Or walk on the hard dirt paths 
Through Ike broom and the bright wild 
flowers 

Lie in a patch of daiaiea 
And watch the elouda in the akg 


But IHommg, the paths ara cement 
And the flowers ara planted in beds 


Juat ait bg gouraetf under a trea 

Forget about the world 

Let gouraetf dream about wonderful thinga 

You'll be guiet and happg and free 


But Mommg, the frees ore cut down 
And the eara make so moeA noise. 

rAin.A do BECK, Omk Bnj 


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•"Hu tfnlgw<rt. Victorto, B.C. SuntJoy, April 12, 1970 


Students at Kamloops Indian Kaxnloopa Indian Student 
Student Residence aim to put Reaklence is « hostel for 239 
Indians in the history books by students. Grades one to 12, who 
getting a thunderbird on B.C-'s attend int^rmted schools hi 

Kamlot^. At the residence 


Sometimes the students visit 
while schools and lecture on 
Indian culture. 

It’s the Indian student’s time 
to aay, “See, w>e had heroes 
too,” Heyid aald. “You can 
see it in their faces.'' 


flag. 


S. Heysel, a 
teacher at the residence, said 
Thursday in Victoria that the 
students tvm submit a flag 
design to Premier Bennett next 
week that shows a thunderbird 
over the B.C. flag's setting sun. 

The students feel it is time 
the Indian’s place in the history 
of B.C., and of Canada, was 
reco^Szed. "Even on die 
oent e nnlaJ flag,’’ Heysei said, 
Indian waoi't mentioned." 

MAPLE LEAF 
About Canada’s flag Heysel 
said, "Moat people don’t realize 
that the maple leaf Is an Indian 
aymbol. The Indiana were the 
first ones to give us maple 
syrup, weren't they, and this is 
where the symbol originated.’’ 

The students are currently 
working cm a flag design for 
Alberta, which wdll Include 
Indian symbols — perhaps a 
silhouette of a famous chief — 
and Heysel said by aummer the 
students should be ready to 
submit a series of four Indian- 
oriented stamps to the federal 
government ' 

Last year, Heysel said, 
Caecboalovakia Issued postage 
Mampe with totem poles and 
Indian dancers on th^, "and 
fliere isn't an Indian within 
3.000 miles of there. And we 


Birottier J. 


curricular classes 
culfiire. 


Con troversia I 
Priest Moving 


Emergency meetings will con¬ 
tinue today in Vancouver in an 
attempt to head off a massive 
lockout that could tie up 
$200,000,000 in B.C. construction 
by Tuesday and idle 30,000 
building trade unionists. 

Negotiators from four of 
seven unions served with lock* 
out notices Wednesday and 
Tlnirsday met for six hours 
Saturd^ with officials of the 
ConitructloD Labor Relattons' 
Aasociation. 

"Both sides are prepared to. 
meet for the entire weekend on j 
a non-stop basis if it will help 
eliminate a lockout,’* a union 
source said. 

A QJtA spcdteamao hinted 
that there was at least a 
measure of progress at Satur¬ 
day's meeting. 

The recentiy-formed CLRA 
bargains fm* 600 B.C. eoiv 
tractors. It served lockout 
notices sfier de<AdlnK the dc- 
unkns were 


The Rev. James Groppl, oce>- strong advocate of having a 
troversial tnlest at St. Bonltaoe Mack pastoral t—m St. 
^^***^^ Catfadie Church, la Boniface, was apprebanslve as 
leaving the parish. to his future. 

The church, in tiie city's inner ^ 

core area, is being taken over “ “P ^ the Ixad,” be said. 

June 1 by a of Kty - fc Stewart, 30, ia administrator 

prieats headtel by the Rev Francis Oommunity School in 

Kenneth Stewart. hfilwaUtee and a member of 

■ir- • . the Capwdiin cider 

nTgoing to iX ^ to 

K gw onng It , consovative white community 

Grop pl, a oentral figure in parish. ^ 

u DAn ^nS^StKKBmSm 


Designs on Recognition 

Sbidait fIag*dedgT»rs are Rose Marie Sampson, 
Sonia Edmonds, Gerry Denault, Jt^inny Jules, and 
Deiphine Ned. Bflss Ned is also derigner of set of 
four stamps Illustrating Indian's part in history of 
Canada, i^ldi will be submitted to federal gov* 
emment this summer. 


DON'T 
go into orbit 
about your 


mands of 
unreasonable. 

Meeting during the weekend 
are 32 negotiators, 16 from the 
teamsteit, (grating enidneen, 
bricklayers and laborers unions 
and an equal number from 
CLRA. 

In another development, 
members of the plumbers union 
will vote today on 


There are more chocolate 
lilies this year than usual at 
Thetis LAke Paiic, Mrs. H. R. 
Hanson said Saturday. 

Mrs. Hanson, a member of 
Thetis Park Nature Sanctuary 
Association, aaid the trilkum 
grandinorum i s partioularly 
good this year in the park. 

white three 


a wage 
proposal made earlier by CLRA. 


Give ui all yovr texwer- 
riet. Beiidti loving ycur 
nervei, we eon probably 
Mve yew dellen. Our 
chorge ii nemmal, «nd 
cur lervice guoronteed. 
Why not come in todoy 
end diKuu your tax 
problem! with BLOCK! 


COMPICTE 

RETURNS 


Orbison 


I On dtspny ngnt now, she | ht 
ladded. are the Orobanche or|Vi 
broom rape with its little bent Ct 
I head of purple in open places, P> 
land tile beautiful trtiHe flowers ch 
of Zigadensis vencous or Death St 
Camas, which belie the fact tiiat m 
its roots are poisonous. g 

An illustrated talk wlQ be g 
given for the amociation oo g 
springtime in the park, by Mrs. i 
J. M. Woollett, who took the 5 
photos, at 8 p.m. Thursday In § 
the Douglas Building cafeteria, m 


“The shining 
petals, set off to pertection by 
I the formal leaf arrangements, 
Ishow up well in woody areas," 
I she said. 

I TOURS OF SANCTTUABT 
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tours at the sanctuary next 
Satorday and Sunday, starting 
at 2:30 p.m. each d^ at the 
parking area. 

Buses leave the coach lines 
depot at 12:15 and 2:30 pjn. and 
return at 5:14 and 7:14 p.m. 

“Its well worth tiie trip,’’ 
sakl Mrs. Hanaon, 


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By stream and swamp, she 
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Spectator enttiuslaam never 
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cnldneas of the Memorial Arena 
during the hockey season. 

However. Saturday night 
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the first part of the Roy Orblaon 
show. A group called the 
Mersey Blues battled with the 
acoustical difficulties that seem 
always to be encountered by 
rock groups. 

This coupled with their heavy 
rock sound, made It virtually 
impossible to hear the lyrics ol 
the songs. 

PROMISING WRITER 

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The Wrong Kind? 


OTTAWA (CP)~TiW corf 
filet between the government 
and AuditorOeneral Maxwell 
Henderson was escalated 
Saturday as Treasury Board 
President Charles Drury 
wondered, in a television 
interview, “whether we should 
lode for really another kind of 

pencm to be auditor-general 

»» 

Henderson has been under 


attack since his 1969 report 
published last month picked 
out more than 200 instances 
of waste and Inefficiency in 
use of government funds 
Diuiy, in an Interview on 
the CSC public affairs pro¬ 
gram Encounter, also ad¬ 
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union officer the mail truck 
drivers dispute had to be 
settled quickly because of a 


Manhattan in Arctic 

Plowing Ahead Easily 

ABOARD ST. LAURENT (CP) — The United 
States supertanker Manhattan crossed the Arctic 
Circle Saturday on her second voyage through the 
Northwest Passage. 

The Manhattan, escorted by this Canadian 
icebreaker, was plowing with ease through pack ice 
up to four feet thick. 

She halted for four hours Saturday morning 
about 100 miles southwest erf (]!odhaven, Green¬ 
land, to allow researchers to collect ice data. 


Lake Winnipeg Area 
Fishing Ban Weighed 


Resources Minister Sidney 
Green said the Manitoba gov¬ 
ernment is'considerlng a fish¬ 
ing ban un parts of Lake 
Winnipeg and the Winnipeg 
River bi^use of mercury in 
flih. 

The minister says a mer¬ 
cury pollution problem was of 
major concern in Cedar Lake, 
Lake WlmUpeg and the Sas¬ 
katchewan River. 


The home of Sir Hugh John 
Macdonald, a former Mani¬ 
toba premier, will apparently 
go under the wreoker’a ham¬ 
mer. National Historic Sltea 
board has said the house in 
downtown Winnipeg has no 
national significance. 

□ 

Premier Ed Schreyer said 
his New Democratic Party 
government la absolutely op¬ 
posed to letting big business 
Into agricultural production. 
“And I dm't mind telling the 
world that is our policy.’* 

□ 

Industry Minister Leonard 
Evans has informed the 
Manitoba legislature West 
Germany has a five-year 
agreement with the federal 
government to launch rockets 
at the Churchill rocket range. 

o 

Some people will steal 
anything — even If it Is 
screwed down. The head of a 
Viking warrior was stolen 
from a statue in downtown 
Edmoaloa during rush hour. 

• □ ‘ 

Plarts to make the Black- 
foot Indian reserve near 
Calgary into a tourist attrac- 
ti<Mi are in band says Marvin 
Fox. partner in Native 
Development Services. 

□ 

Alberta employers will have 
to provde transportation to 
and from home for any 
female employee wbo must 
lea^ or go to work between 
midnight and 6 a.m. Utoder 
regulations passed by the 
provincial cabinet the {vovl- 
sion comes into etfect June 
1 . 

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HONG KONG (Special) — 
"East is East, and West is 
West," said KipJing, "and 
never the twain shall meet." 

That was before the days of 
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here today and Hong Kong 
tomorrow. 

Most of the world's airports 
are dull, flat affairs, miles 
out of town. Not Hong I^mg. 
Your arrival by air offers one 
of the world's most thrilling 
sights. 

Below are the islands of 
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great variety of vessels tiutt 
•it like plastic toys on the 
bhie waters — age-old 
Chinese fishing junks, rusty 
tramp steamers, elegant 
cruise-liners, and a hydrofoil 
tiiat trails a creamy-white 
wake on its route to Macao, 
further along the South China 
coast. 

Clinging to the water’s edge 
are blocks of apartments and 
taotoriee, stepping up the 
steep hillsides. Then you 
come e woup h ^ in, stdimning 
the rooftops of towering 
apartment blocks that are 
populated like ant-heaps. 

Only ten minutes' cab-ride 
— 75 Canadian cents — and 
you've arrived in central 
KoWknn, «4iere most hotels 
are located. 

For anyoie from the West¬ 
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Orient is overwhelming. All 
the senses are tantalised and 
excited. Strolling out of your 
hotel, you live throu^ a 
hundred richly-colored movie 
sets — Chinese people every¬ 
where, rickshaws, noise, 
Chdneae shop signs festooned 
across the streets, o(dor, 
exciting color everywhere. 

Most \dsltors bnmediately 
go mad on shopping. A;^ wlto 
good cause. As a duty-free 
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below those In the coimtries 
of origin. It's done by shaving 
down trading margins to a 
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Extra good buys are Swiss 
watches, Japanese transis¬ 
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cameras, German optical 
goods, aA the world’s ^est 
textiles. Jewelry and perfume. 
Ifong Kong is a tebulous 




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treasure-house where you 
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plentiful choice of medium- 
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than $6 per person for a 
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Main meals neeto\'t cost 
more than S1.50, Inside that 
price I had an extremely 
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Chinese restaurant, used 
mainly by local businessmen. 
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bar cost even less. 

Young English-speaking 
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and has m anied-couple 
accommodation. Double 
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TOKYO — We took a taxi 
to a famous restaurant last 
ni^t. The hotel doorman 
explained it in Japanese. The 
driver nodded. Said, "hi, hi." 
(Yes. yes). And Immediately 
got completely lost. 

It's the Japanese street 
address system. Tokyo's 
lS.000,000 people are loet half 
toe time. They live with it 
and apparently love it. For 
they won’t give it up. 

You look at the address. It 
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subdistrict. toe block and 
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number given in the order tire 
houses in the district were 
built 

First house. No. 1 No. 2 
may be blocks away. If No. 1 
buriu down and Is rebuilt, It 
gets the last number. 

★ ★ ★ 

The trick Is telephone num¬ 
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coin and say "denwa” — 
telephone. (If you can’t re¬ 
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f coin and make a hand motion 
of phoning.) 

He phones. The restaurant 
explains how to get there. 
Ukely toe driver wili have to 
stop at a police kloek in the 
general area and have it 
explained again. « 

How do mailmen work? 
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Fares average 20 cents a 
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Sightseeing end enjoying 
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But there’s much more to 
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New Territories, which offer 
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First. let’s glance at some 
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number. Next time, show that 
to the driver and give him the 
"denwa" toing. 

In Japan, taxi drivers are 
not tip^. So in order to 
make their quota, they drive 
like maniacs. (You can learn 
the word for "slow,” But It 
won’t do you a bit of good.) 
In rush hours hold up two 
fingers. Means you'll pay 
double fare. 

* * * 

"What would you think are 
best buys in Japan when we 
go to Ehrpo 70?" 

I bought some pearls. But I 
haven't the faintest Idea 
wdtether they are good or a 
good buy. I got them at a big 
house. The salesman said 
they were good. The Japanese 
are rigidly honest. (Honesty 
is a matter of geograitoy. It 
seems quite honest to a Hong 
Kong merchant to sell you 
anything at the highest price 
he can ask.) 

I bought a camera for 328 
— an Olympus-Pen EE. An 
American photographer told 
me; "Buy It. This Is an Idiot's 
camera. You can't do any¬ 
thing wrong. There are no 
settings so you can’t do that 
wrong. Just point the camera. 
It reads the light. Sets itself. 
If there Isn^t enough light, it 
Just won’t take." 

★ ★ ★ 

I bought a radio for a small 
boy. Handsomely done in 
Expo 70 colon and design. 
The size of a cigarete pack¬ 
age. Good tone. too. (fost 36. 

The Japanese tape record¬ 
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equipment are magnificent. 
Prices are good. Watch what 
you buy. Some of It is made 
for 220 volts tnstead of our 
110. And toe salesmen may 
think you are a visiting 
Australian. You can get 
Japanese TV made ter 
American system, but I think 
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American world chest cham¬ 
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and Our Play were so out¬ 
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Schools Drama Festivals. 
TTwy earned high commenda¬ 
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Here’s Edmondson's brief 
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not playing and Samuel 
RestKvsky, William Addison 
and Pal Benko qualifying for 
further world championship 
cMnpetition; 

"Doubling the number of 
rounds would ^atly increase 
die duration and expenses of 
the tournament for the 
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Today promises to be a 
busy one on Victoria stages 
wtlli disciples at such various 
muses m TerpelcboK, Meb>o- 
mene. fVialla and Pan aS out 


Park-for-People Persons 


Persons who agree with the idea that Beacon 
HiU Park should be for people rather than cars will 
have their chance to gay so today. 

A petition asking City council to ban cars 
from certain roads in the park win be circulated by 
UnlversUy ol Victoria students. 

It asks that only dHamas Circle and CSrde 
Ihive be left open to trafffc and that sudi roads as 
Bridge Way. (Zhestnut Wav and Park Wav be 


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BLANEY’S TOAVEL SERVICE 
has irranged itx Fourth and 
PifQ) depariurea on the Portu¬ 
gal. Spate and Morocco tour. 
Departs from Victoria on May 
10th, 1970, and Ortober 2nd, 
1970, tor 21 days. Ete ivute, you 
will viaK Llabon, Eivas, SevUe, 
Algeclraa, Oeute. MetowB, Mou- 
lay. Idrlas, VolubUla, Fpe, Maar- 
ralnch, Caaahianca. Rabat. Tb» 
gler, Torremollnoa, Malaga. 
Granada, Oordoba, Madrid. Sal- 
amanoa, Ctaaa de Senliorim, 
Coimbra. Fatima, Nazare, and 
returning to UaUsi. Tour fare 
inciodbs ah transportation. Da 
hne hotd aoeoramodatiOB, bH 

l«a T IaWab — 


veuAAvo U ip uiv 

fantastic at the Royal 
Theatre. They start at 3 p.m. 
but half an hour before, the 
curtain at the McI*beraon 
Playhouse goes up on the 
Bebmnt ■ « n 1 o r secondary 
aohoed band. 

Led by Commander Oith- 
bert, this band oBere a bri^t 
and varied progr a m wtuoh 
Includes such iteens as a 
Ruarian Maaben’ Suita, the 
overture to Faint Your 
Wagon, Haztochi — an item 
ot Mexican flavor — and 
Hello. Dotty! 

Hm setting of H<dlo. Dolly I, 
iDcldenttily, to designed to 
e^itore the tnie feeling of the 
Broadway pit orchestra and 
even employs such unusual 
Instruments as a slide 
whlstel, vroodblQcka and wawa 
mtitas, aS re mu Tl a e rt of the 
heyday of vaudeville. 

★ ★ A 

Liszt's Second Hungarian 
Rhapsody provides the in* 
epiraMon for Rhapsody in 
Swing with trumpeters Kathy 
Winter, Matthew Nicoll and 
Doug CoUinge. 

And there is a trafz^xna 
trio of Kcdtfa Dtosin, Keo 
Rayner and Pat WheatertgL 
who wiU be beard In HaroM 
Walter's Trombone OoatraaL 

Diffarent agate te a xylo¬ 
phone duet. Two Imps, with 
sokiiats Laurilyn Greig and 
Bill Alexander and the kem. 
Bubbling Woodwinds, employi 
the quintet of clarin^sts 
Rose Chow, Brenda Jackson 
and Wendi Fredin along with 
flutists Linda EUaus and Mary 
Jane Gllbody. 

So, one way or another, 
It’s going to be a lovely 
afternoon and things start to 
hivn again in the evetdng. 

A ♦ * 

At 8 pjn.. the Friends of 
Sing Out offer music followed 
by a Dim at the Newoombe 
Auditerium. The dhonl group, 
Slog Out, Victarla, taUch also 
has a concert at tbe MePher- 
•on PlaybcFise Aprfl 28 and 
21. provkles the nnislcal eon- 
tent of the program and tha 
film la Mr. Brown Came 
Down the KtU. baaed on a 
successful |di^ 1^ Peter 
Howard. 

But lt*B alto Studio Nl^ at 
ttte Theatre Guild Mas even* 
ing. 

A A ♦ 

Starting at 8:15 at the 
I.Antftem Ctaurt TlMatre, taro 
plays wili be presented —Me- 
toria high aoboot's Tbe DevQ 
IBs Due and Dectston by the 
Dunean Drama Group. 

Declatoo to writtos by CbHn 
Sktnner of Victoria wfaoae The 

T i.a.* •rg.a 


oiuuems wiu not atiempi xo Slow or oiocx 
traffic as they dd last week. 


Checkmate 

^America Loses 
If I Stay OuV 
—Bobby Fischer 


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collectors have been donated ter Rn** aviation events. 


By RAY KERR 

Remetnber Bobby Fischer? 
Those who do are probably 
wemdering why the great U.S. 
grandmaster did not coB^te 
in the American riiampion- 
ship, which was also a 
quallfyiag zonal tournament 
leading to the Intersonal. 

WeU, toe "myatery” has 
been solved, toanks to a letter 
the 28'year-old wunderkmd 
from New York wrote to 
Edward Edmondson, execu¬ 
tive director cf the United 
States C h e a a Fedaratkn. 
Here's how Fiacber explained 
bis non-playing stand: 

"Thank you for your Inquiry 
as to my avaUability to 
participate in the USA chess 
c h a m p 1 o nship. I‘m not 
available. 

"The reason I did not play 
toe last time and wlU not play 
tois year is toe same — the 
tournament is too short. I feel 
toe tournament should be 22 
rounds, as it Is In toe Soviet 
Union, Hungary, Romania and 
other East European coun¬ 
tries where chess is takm 
aerloualy, rathw than the U 
rounda tost tbe present U.S. 
chamiricuMhip is. 

AAA 

"I want very much to play 
In the Uk. champianBhlp this 
year — but not in a tourna¬ 
ment where If a player has a 
bad start and loses a. game or 
two In the beginning, he's 
laaettcally climliiated fnxn 
fiiat ^KW. 

"I oonalder tola to be too 
chan^ an affair, putting an 
undue biffden on toe favorite 
who does not have enough 
time to make for a bad 
start, because tbe toumaszieQt 
la ao abort. 

"Our Uk. cfaatig)ionahip la 
Bie abortaat of any majn* 
ohaaa eomXzy. It la aa aflimt 
to any prafeasionsl chess 
player, such aa I am. 

"In aD prababOity. the U.8. 
will loae its ttoanoe to have an 


sentiment is almost unani¬ 
mous against U. 

"This official can only 
comment that if Fischer feds 
the tournament is important 
to his career, he should play. 
In order to qualify (or the 
Intersonal, he need ody finish 
one of the first three in toe 
U .S . ohampionshlp- This 
would seem to be reastmably 
likely, with either 11 or 22 
rounds." 

A A * 

H e r e's a game from 
Fischer's better days, a 
beauty from toe last Inters 
ztmai tn Sousse, TttnlBla: 

White, Fischer — Black, 
Sarapa: P-K4, P-K3: 2. P- 
Q4. P-Q4: 3. N.QB3, N-KB3; 
4. &«N3. PxP; 5. NxP. 
N1-Q2; 6. ffiiN. NxN; 7. N- 
B3. P-B4; 8. B-N5 check, B- 
Q2: 9. BxB. QxB; 10. Q4C2. 
PxP; 11. 0 - 0 - 0 , B-B4; 12. Q* 
K5. B-K2: 13. NxP. R-QBl: 14. 
B3, RpB 4; 22. P-KN3, R-QR4; 
23. P.Q-R3, Q-B3, Q-B5; 24. Q- 
B3. Q-N4; 25. Q-N4 check, K- 
Bl; 26. R-Q8 check, RxR; 27. 
RxR chedc, K-K2; 28. Q4^, 
P-B4; 29. R-4jB8! and black 
resigned. 

Now thov's no perpetual, 

and if 29_Q^; 30. 

cheek. P^; SL ctoeck, 
K-QS; S2. cbeeki etc. 

On toe VlotMta scene, toe 
Sliver Tlireads Oteaa ditto 
has crowned Its new ehatn- 
pkn. Fittingly enoufft, It’i 
club president WlUiaai WaMls, 
who deposed laat year's tltte- 
boKler Fred Fanatane. F^urw 
stone tied for eeeo n d piaoe 
with Walter Breimlng, with 
tbe foetner winning nonar-up 
bonora after a special idayoff. 

Afta- toam came. In that 
order, Clem BrMa. Stanly 
IVmer, WQUan) Johnston and 
Chaztet PoeloQ (tie), Enieat 
P eeve r s. Frank Bume, Waiter 
Battye, Ralph ’nustiaithwaite, 
John Butosk, WilUaan Moagan 
and Gladys CbDlthaid. 


toe sale. Visitors can count on 
bargain prices and better still, a ' 
friendly weloome supplemented | 
with a cup of tea. , 

AAA 

The annual philatelic exblbi- ' 
tian, held in conjuDotion with 
toe Rock and Hobby Shmv at ' 
toe CunUng Rink, opana Agrt 33 
and continuea tnxn U am. to 
11 p.m. tea tbe flrat ttiree days 
and from U asn. to 8 psn. on 
Sunday, April 26. Atgg m dmataly 
C frames have bm entered. 
Mr. Frank Madden Is chalrinaD 
of toe e?difbitioD oommlttee. 

A A a 

The current Canada 9c defini¬ 
tive Queen and tranapertatkm 
stietm. ia galniiig nosoriefy aa 
an excellent subject for apecial- 
tzed study of varieties. 

Since issuance in November 
1968 to tbe major ctdor change 
from orange to black in January 
1970, its history tneiudea three 
different (dates with two pei^ 
foratkmi and a good shade 
variety. 

Plate 1, w a a the unpopidar 
peif. 10 orange: plate 2, Ul 
with toe toade variety deaortoed 
by some aa aknoet pale red and 
plate 3 peif. 32 orange. Both 
perforations have been phos- 
phw tagged. 

Scott no. 458c can also be 
found in precancriled sheet 
format perf. 10; In coB with 
imperf. sidM and in boridets of 
dif(er«it types — aetenant in 
blocks of four with the )c in toe 
25 cent booklet, and In the {1.90 
booklet, in panes of 25 with two 
postal slogans. 

The now demure little black 
stamp wiH remain under, close 
ofaaervatioD for a new sequence 
at fonnati and types. 

T>wd more sets of Easter 
commemersidvea have tacreased 
lUs year's list (te March 23, 
Jatnalea rriaaaed three etunpa. 
Sc Cfariat sppearliig to St. Peter, 
by Carraeot; lOe The Cniel- 
fUdon by Antonallo and 30c, an 
Easter lily, Jamalea Piiieapide 
irotemiark. 

Designs and IHbography are 
ta Enschede ft Sooa: panes of 
25. Cook Iilanda flve«olor 
photogramre daaigna are 4c 
Christ Arisen, Raphael lanzio; 
8c by DiiA Bouts; 20c by Atoert 
Altdcaier 25c Mtafilo. They 
are tn panes of eight atampa 


Due to overaU costs, earii 
envelope which contains a 
printed card cMtceming the 
I flight, will coat 50 cents. The 
oost for a complete set. plus 2S 
cents for bank chargee if a 
cheque is sent, will be $12.25. 

The lint cover on April 20 
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412 Bvlla dolsnlct. Victoria, B.C., Sundoy,^ .^ril 12, 1970 


B.C. Will Not Protest 
U.S. Nerve Gas Move 


Little People Looking Up 


A B.C. cabinet minister »aid 
Saturday he was concerned as 
an individual about a U.S. 
plan to rttlp nerve gas from 
Okinawa through parts of 
Washington and Oregon but 
any oUiclal protest would 
have to come from Ottawa. 

Resources Minister Ray 
Williston told the Colonist that 
members of the public can 
care and be concerned about 
many things as individuals, 
but the nerve gas shipments, 
are an international mater 
and would have to be handled 
at the international level. 
"British Columbia does not 
have direct channels to the 
United States government and 
our ^presentations, if any, 
would have to go through the 
federal government," the 
minister said. 

it it -k 

He added that he believed 
there was a good deal of 
concern in the United States 
as well as Canada about the 
shipments and there would be 
more if there was any reason 


to believe that proper pre¬ 
cautions were not being 
taken, but the fact remained 
that the disposal of the gas 
was a U.S. matter. 

"The Japanese are quite 
right in wanting to get rid of 
the gat and the United States 
can, of course, dtepose of it 
only on its own territory or in 
its own territorial waters. 
What else can be done?" 
W'illiston asked. 

★ ★ ♦ 

So far as he knew, said the 
minister, no official B.C. 
protest or representatiem had 
been channeled to Ottawa for 
transmission to toe United 
States government. 

Mear^Ue, in Victoria, stu¬ 
dent protest seemed to be 
crystallizing. 

Institute of Adult Educatkn 
student Robert Munro said 
Saturday that a committee 
from his school was moving 
to organize a student meeting 
Monday at which time a 
course of action would be 
considered. 


Boot Sales Mount, 
Even to Horseless 


WINNIPEG (CP) — It was! 
late 1966 and clothing tastes g 
were changing when the first p 
cowboy bo^ went on the pro¬ 
duction line in the downtown V 
Market Ave. plant. b 

There were «ily 24 pairs in 
the first run but the manufac- ^ 
turers were gambling that not 8 
only cowboys liked boots with ^ 
lots of styling and fancy stitch¬ 
ing. C 

Today the Greb Shoes Ltd.;' 
plant is turning out more than | 
100,000 pairs a year. j ^ 

Why do people who have .j, 
never been on a horse wear, 
cowboy boots? ^ 

"They want something differ- j, 
ent in design for casual wear 
and they havec ome to know 
that a cowboy boot has a cer- ^ 
tain built-in comfort which can ^ 
be hard to find in other shoe ^ 
lines." said Carter Powis, Win¬ 
nipeg manager for the comaany ^ 
which also has plants in Kitch- j^, 
ener, Ont., and Trois-Rlvieres, 1 ^ 
Que. 

"The higher hee! pitches the f 
wearer forward slightly and re- ^ 
duces back strain for those who ^ 
are cm toeir feet much of toe 
day- 

'•You’ll find travellers who 
drive cars many Hours a week 
wearing cowboy boots because 
the higher heel makes a better 
fit with toe accelerator pedal 
and reduces leg strain. 

"But mainly they but them; 
because they just like their j 
looks” I 

Greb arranged with Acme [ 
Boot Co. of Clarkesville. Tenn., | 
for which it previously had been I 
a distributor, to make and mar-, 
ket the Acme line in Canada. 


LONDON 


Never han there beer «uth ■ wide 
(ctectlon (it air (aree 1o Euiupe 
Many of the new ev-uralim larei 
or air/luur comlilnatKini uflei ler- 
nile iwvlnsii and here are unly 
a tew lusseotltjns 

S»/«6 DAy EXCLUSION 


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IS2I—4une 1 • Aug. S 
9487—(Balance of year) 

No troupi to Join. Dally aervtce 
nn regular ipheduled alrllnet. You 
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children. Ship • men permllled. 
No cametaUun charges. 

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July 4th, SSIh, Aug. Uth 
»4»0 •'All In" 

IncHude* air by FWA Jet Meet¬ 
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dm hotel wnh 2 meals. Half¬ 
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cdupois tliaiMunt shopping card. 
Misaed flight inaunnee — and 
mote 

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line of the following all Incluilve 
loura All fares return (rani 
Vancouver 

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In Londm Including hotal, 3 
menls and 2 weeks on the beach 
at Majurcs including all m«Bia 
Piivaie bath . fdBI 

t'tWTA ULANC'A, rhiMa-t week 
In London plua 3 weeks huM snd 
3 meals In bedldonn. Private 

bsih. SIM 

aiAARVlc. Partani—1 week In 
London plus 3 weeks Aral clasa 
hotel with bath In srailherB Portu¬ 
gal. American Plan .|IBI 

UEDrrCRRANKA.N nCTHR— IS 
days In laindon plus an ll-day 
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Again nll-lnclusIve atM deperyfiltg 
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Priced tram SS4I 

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TRAVELEYDEN 
TOURS 


As production and markets 
grew, more emphasis was 
placed on design. 

Frank O'Gradnick, Greb's 
Winnipeg designer, produced a 
boot with an expandable heel 
for people with hig^ insteps who 
normally would not be able to 
get their feet into snug-fitting 
cowboy boots. 

Designs were produced for 
Canadian tastes, which are dif¬ 
ferent from what the U.S. 
wearer demands Today there 
are more than 60 styles, includ- 
ing a family of similar boots for 
husband, wife and children. 

Mr. O'Grandnick has found 
some of his ideas are being cop¬ 
ied in the U.S. 

Largest maii<et is west from 
the Lakehead, but business is 
growing steadily in Eastern 
Canada, where there are more 
conservative tastes. 

Many Eastern Canadians with 
money to spare have been buy¬ 
ing horses, which also produces 
a market for the boots. 

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By Ckarttr Bos 
April 2S If May 8 
S235 Eaek Daublo 
CanaAian 

victoria to Portland, to 
Reno, Las Vegas (two 
nights), to Phoenix. Ariz¬ 
ona (three nighta), with 
sightseeing tours to 
Temple Mesa, Soottdale, 
Desert r.srilens. Tour to 
Old Tucson, etc. Then to 
Loa Angeles (three sights) 
via Palm Ibesert, Palm 
Springs, Indio, etc. Los 
Angeles tours to Disney¬ 
land all day; Marineland. 
Universal Movie Studios, 
etc. We return home via 
San J o a q n I n Valley, 
Sacramento Valley, Mt. 
Shasta Nattonal Park. SIs- 
klon Mountnlna. Portland, 
Seattle. e1«. Coat of tour 
inciudes flrst-elaMs motels 
all wKh swimming pools. 
Tour conductor (or com- 
ihentarv. etc. Reaerve 
(.{irly—only 14 seats left 
Write or phone tor itiner¬ 
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Bellingham 
DeceptloB Pats, 
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Tenr 

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Depart S a.m. far R a.m. 
ferry to HeDiBglHtin. VW- 
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to DaeeplioB P a a a. A 
photograpber'R paradise 
indead. Ikto to«r to noted 
far BOMttle beaRty, pa a a h ig 
many smaO bays, tnleta. 
etc. Betoralog to Belling 
ham. we depart at J :88 
tor 8 p.m. ferry: home by 
7 p-m. RaaervaHoaa by 
lull deposit ooty. M anto 
lefL 

JASPER-BBRFF TOBR 

gat.. May R-U 
Rita DM. Each 

Via Fraaer Csnyoa, NIeda 
Valley, New Yellow Bead 
Bwy., Jasper, stop|dng at 
Jasper t nights, with sighl- 
seeing. Columbia Ice 
Fields, Lake iaalse. stop 
ping at teoff t nighta with 
sightseeing. Bctnrnlng via 
Yoho Valley, Rogers Pass, 
Olacler Park, Okaaagsa 
Valley, etc. 

PLEASE NOTE: You will 
not gat a prettier tinte of 
year to aee the Canadian 
Rockies. 

Writs €»r phone for llwe 
itinerary. 

CAPITAL TOURS 

It I FRrt St.. VlRtRrlt, ae. 

PbRRt SI4-14I2 


Supp^ would be enlisted 
bxm the University at Vic¬ 
toria, University of British 
(^oluinbta, Simon Fraser 
UMverslty and from any 
other student body which 
would lend its weight. 

“I don't know just what 
(<n7n the protest will take," 
Munro said Satorday, "but it 
could end up in a border 
demonstration similar to that 
held during the protest 
against toe Amcbitka nuclear 
blast." 

Meanwhile, despite the 
mounting chorus of U.S. ob¬ 
jections which has involved 
the governors of the etates of 
Washtngton end Oregmi, the 
United States government did 
not swerve from Its plan to 
ship the gas. 

The <Hily thing not settled 
by toe army was the time- 
t^ie when five sidps would 
leave Okinawa and arrive at 
Bangor, Washington, naval 
ammunition depot. From 
there toe gas would be loaded 
on special trains for shipment 
to HerroistCHi, (Jregon and the 
Umatilla army depot. 

♦ A * 

Governors Dan Evans, of 
Washington and Tom McCall, 
of Oregon pledged last week 
to do everything in their 
power to stc^ the gas ship¬ 
ment. TTiey said they were 
upset over the army's request 
for emergency evacuation 
plans in case of a disaster 
during shipment. 

Evans said toat he was also 
disturbed by aspects of classi¬ 
fied defence department 


plans for the movement ot the 
gas. He Mid he had a "very 
strong feeling” the state has 
not received ail information 
about the ahlpment from toe 
federal government. 

"Our previoua Information 
was that any spills of gas 
would be localized and easily 
dissipated." Evans said. "The 
plan (or widespread evacua¬ 
tion simiriy does not square 
with that statement." 

An estimated 200.000 resi¬ 
dents of the two states have 
signed petitions against 
movement of the gas which 
has been stored on Okinawa 
(or 15 years. 

In Victoria Friday B.C. efvli 
defence chief John Elrb Mid 
B.C. officials will work with 
their counterparts in 
Washingten in case of any gas 
leakage. 

AAA 

He said toat civil defence 
organizations had been in 
touch with state officials 
about "certain basic, stan¬ 
dard plans,” although he 
would not give detaiia. 


' TORONTO (CP) - Simple 
tatifs—like putting a dime in a 
pay telephone or pushing the 
top button tin an elevator—al¬ 
ways cauM trouble (or Al 
Po^r and hit friends. 

'Al to only four foot four vtd 
nmie of his friends Is taller than 
our foot eight. TTiey have dis¬ 
covered the world is designed 
or people much taller. 

A * * 

Putting a dime in a pay tele¬ 
phone is a challenge because 
the slot is almost six feet from 
the door. It is impossible to 
reach toe top buttons in an ele -1 
vator--Bo they have to walk up 
the last three or four flights 
when visiting friends in high- 
rise apartments. 

Al and his blonde wifeN 
Katlip, also tour loot four, have 
invented their own method for 
handling the elevator problem. 
Kathy climbs ui Al’s back so 
^ie can reach the top button 

'Ib help discover utoer ways 
AAA 

of handling similar problems 
and just fa: ttie fun of it, Al, a 
jeweller, and his friends have a 
group called the Little People of 
(Canada. 

_It now has about 30 members, 
meet twice monthly, ihe 


club has memben across Can¬ 
ada and is affiliated with the 
United States-based Little Peo¬ 
ple of America. 

The Canadian branch was 
formed in 1965 by Jim Ifill of 
Toronto, four foot seven. He, Al 
and Richard Telford ct Oaki^e 
were the original members. 

Members help each otoer by 
supplying informatiCHi about 
jobs, cars, education, houses 
and clothes because the "little 
people" encotinter problems 
unique to themselves. 

AAA 

"Some of our problems are 
pretty expensive—like having to 
buy tailor-made clothes all the 
time,” says Jim. "What really 
hurts is I still have to pay full 
price when they make my suit 
out at tmU the regular amount 
of doth." 


Kitchens present difficulties 
for Kathy and the other women 
because it is impoesible for 
them to reach the oven or sink. 

Al and Kathy have built a 
platform that runs from the 
stove to the sink and they keep 
a ladder to help them readi the 
cupboards. 

Anottier problem is learning 
to drive. Some driving sclmolfl 
will attach extensions on toe 
gas and brake pedals and Al 
and Jim have custom-made fit¬ 
tings in their cars. 


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Perhaps the most impwtant 
aspect of the club, says Mr. 
HIU, is that it helps peofrie ol 
their size to build up their oonfl- 
dence and overcome tiiyness. 


W. E. BECK, O.D. 
Optometrist 

EATON'S 
Store Building 
Victoria, B.C. 
Fourth floor, 382-7141 


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Bridge setH—Prmnotion 

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Is oHerlag a 

CHILDREN’S SUMMER PR 

JULY 7th TO JULY 24th. 1970 

12 four-ycar-oid and 15 five-year-old children can be accommodated in a PREl-SCTHOOL 
TEACHERS’ TRAINING CLASS from 8:45 to 11:30 a.m. daily except Saturday and 
Sunday at Goosey Gander Kindergarten. 

Under professional supervision they will take pert in a large variety of group activities 
(indoor and out); explore and experiment with many kinds of equipment designed 
to develop their intellectual, social, emotional, physical and creative capacity. 

APPLICATION FORMS WILL BE MAILED ON REQUEST 

MA.00 TELE^ONE SS2-1211 

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Expo 67 brought Czechoslovakia to you. 


May 1. Air Canada 
takes you to 
Czechoslovakia 

On May 1. Pragoe becomes Air Canada's n e we st dertiaation. 

And a wi^e new world for yon to ejqikKe. Rmnember the 
fabulous Czechoslovakia pavilion at Bspo 67. • • the 
glass and crystal, the unbdievaUy intricate hand-carved 
Bohemian village in action, and the most tall rwl abcMit film. 
theatre ever to oenne to North America. Remember the hours, 
long lines, and the many disappointed visitors vriio never 
managed more than a gUmpse of tli^ land of history and legad, 
of color and irrepressible life. That was yesta^y. Today. 

Prague and all of Czechoslovakia are as a mew ahte as-your 
nearest Travel Agent or Air Canada. As of May 1, Air CjmnAa 
(with eSA Cssechoslovak Airlines) jets twice weekly to Prague, 
gateway to ^ (rf Central Europe. 

Fares start as low as $479* from Victoria. 

See your Travel Agent or call Air (Canada at 382-9242. 

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String Orchestras, Dancers Open Festivat 


By BERT BINNY 
The 1970 Greater Victoria 
Music Festival is off and 
running sharp at 9 a.m. 
Monday. 

At that musically witching 
hour the element^ school 
string orchestra from South 
Park seboed will open pro* 
ceedingt before adjudicator 
Murray Adaskin at Sir James 
Douglas auditorium, followed 
by similar groups from Wil- 
lows, Monterey, Margaret 
Jenkins, Frank HoUis and 
Bank ^eet. 

Dm net loft 

Now opea for lancheoa 
aad dioaer every day. 

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That represents quite a 
clutch ot strhig players, but 
there win be as many more 
again before the morning 
yields place to afternoon. 

Over at Centra junior high, 
the 9 a.m. chime is the signal 
for a girls’ folk dance team 
from View Royal to go into 
their act. These performers 
are all from Grades 5 and 6 
and View Royal is fielding 
two teams along with one each 
from Glanford. Blanshard and 
Sir James Dou^as. 

♦ ★ ★ 

FoUowing all this, adjudi* 
cator Mis. Marcia Snider will 
see five more folk dances, 
induding a single entry from 
the Oak Bay ballet school in 
the open claSs and one, 
lonesome creative dance from 
Eioncaster. 


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^ ART GALLERY ^ 
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1040 MOSS ST. Il4-St» 

SUNDAY 

Herbert Slehner—BetroopectJve 
(Last Day) 

Tues. through Sat. 

(1) POTTERY by Wayne Ngam 

(I) BANNERS by Helen DnHy 
^ (Englaad) 


Scotland's Stars of Today! 

COMING AUDITORIUM 

Provincial Museum 
APRIL 20th. at 8:15 

Nell Kirk’s Original 

White Heather Show 


Adaskin 


After all that a bWe of 
lunch will be In order. 

Dancers and string ordi* 
eatras coitinue their activities 
throughout the afternoon but 
if a change in scene or 
entertainment is desired lat* 
terly that, too, is available. 

R^rder groups, i n 11 r u* 
menu) groups and rhythm 
bands are programmed at 
Oak Bay Junior high, starting 
at 1 p.m. Adjudicator Dr. 
Frank Gamble will assess the 
merits ot nine reem'der en> 
sembles, one duet and one 
courageous soloiet as well as 
five instrumental group* and 
one primary grade rhytlun 
band. 

* a a 

The prescribed Instru¬ 
mentation for the group* 
Includes such intrigui^ 
affairs as autoharpi and 
melody bells, but the regula¬ 
tions also list "Etc” which 
might very well turn out to be 
the most fascinating instru¬ 
ment of all. 

The recorde rs and the 
dancers retire gracefully 
Monday evening, though this 
is not to say that the latter 
ddll not be back in force for 
more ccHDpetition Tuesday 
and for an honor performance 


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Wednesday evening. Monday 
evening is devoted to a string 
program at Victoria senior 
high. 

Oddly enough, of toe five 
classy to be heard, only two 
are officially competitive and 
both of toese have single 
entries. So competition will 
achieve the lireduclMe mini¬ 
mum McHiday evening any¬ 
way. 

^ goes opening day. but 
there are 16 further sessions 
and an honor performance 
before Friday roUs around. 
One highU^t of toe proceed¬ 
ings should certainly be com¬ 
petition <Hi Tuesday evening 
for the valuable Congress of 
String* Scholarship, presented 
by the Victoria Musicians' 
Union and this year, con¬ 
tested by Jacquriine Tarry 
and John Rigby. 

* ★ ★ 

Mis* Tarry received the 
highest mark in the 19SI 
Festival, a 96 In toe senior 
violin sonata class. 

Also reappearing this year 
from North Vancouver are 
violinist Gwendolen Hoeblg 
and her eriUst brother, Des¬ 
mond. In 19^ toey scored 95 
for their string duet and toey, 
too, perform Tuesday even¬ 
ing. But the astonishing 
feature here lies in the fact 
that the cellist only attained 
the ripe, old age of eight last 
October and his sister it ten. 

“She played like a master!" 
said 19N adjudicator, Barton 
Frank. 

String classes continue 
Wednesday morning and 
afternoon but, also Wednes¬ 
day, school choruses spring to 
life. All being as set out tai 
toe program, 66 such 
choruses, from kindergarten 
to senior high. wlU have been 
beard by adjudicator Douglas 
Talney by Thursday night, 
toous^ th^ are 19 classes 
with single entries and D. non¬ 
competitive . 

* ♦ ★ 

Most widely patronized is 
toe dass for riementary 
school composite dwlra 
Wednesday afternoon. There 
are 11 entries. 

Piano aocordkm buffs must 
set aside Thursday to hear 
their favored instrument. On 
that day 68 soloists or groups 
appear in 14 classes at 
Blanshard Street school audi¬ 
torium. The adjudicator i* 
Crawford Qarke of Nanaimo. 

Hie classes include one 
with no fewer than 22 entries. 
These uader-t3 competitors 
all play Pietro DelBO'* Beauti- 
fid Di^ «tolcb should beciHne 
quite faznlliar by the end of 
toe dass. 


Talney 


Ilwre is no competition 
Friday but toe ■ebook’ honor 
perfonnance is scheduled for 
that evening: 8 p.m. at 
Centnl junior high. 

The first weeks’ activities 
employ toe very considerable 
talents of five adjudicators. 

* ♦ * 

Murray Adaskin, who 
judges string and orchestra 
classes. Is a member d a 
distinguished family of Cana¬ 
dian musicians. He is now 
head of the music department 
at toe University ot Saskat¬ 
chewan. He Is a noted com¬ 
poser and his works have 
been performed and broad¬ 
cast in toe United States, 
Britain, France, Holland. 
Germany, Italy, brael and 
Denmark as well as in 
Canada. Adaskin is also an 
accomplished violinist. 

Accordion adjudicator 
Crawford Qarke comes from 
Nanaimo, where he is presi¬ 
dent of the Musicians Associ¬ 
ation as well ss a member of 
the Canadian Aocordkmtot 
Association. Mis eiqierlence as 
an adjudicator In British 
Qilumbia festivals is wide 
indeed. 

* * * 

Dr. Frank Guoble, who 
judges the recorder classes. Is 
a member of toe faculty , at 
UBC and an outstanding 
proponent of toe recorder. 

CtouglBe Talney. who judges 
the school choral classes, is 
also from UBC «4iere he is 
associate professor of music 
theory and history. He hes 
degrees In ccanposttion and 
conducting from both Lewis 
and Clarice College in Pot- 
land end toe Univeniity of 


Southern California in Loe 
Angela*. 

The dance adjudicator 1* 
Mrs. Marcia Snider, who is 
president ot the Vanccaiver ! 
International Dame Assonia- | 
tlon and a lecturer at UBC. 
She obtadned her degrees 
from Bennington CoUege in 
Callfomia and from the Uni¬ 
versity of Wisconsin. 

The fiivt week's piugi ain, 
then, la a* follows: Except 
where noted, mondng ses¬ 
sions start at 9 a.m., after¬ 
noon at 1:30 p.m. and evening 
at 7:30 p.m. CJH Is Central 
Junior high school: VD, Sir 
James Douglas elenriitary 
school; VSH, Victoria senior 
high; (»JH, Oak Ba9 junior 
high; BE, B1 a nabard 
elementary. 

• a a Ik 

MONDAY: Morning, dance 
classes (CJH); string (SJD). 
Aftenxxm, dance (CJH); re¬ 
corders (QBJH at 1 pm.); 
s t r in g s (S JD). Evening; 
strii^ (school ctrriieitras) 
(VSH). 

TUESDAY: McHiiing dance 
(CJH); strings (SJD). After¬ 
noon, dance (CJH); strings 
(SJD). Evening: strings 
(VSH). 

WBDNESOAYi Morning 
school choirs (OBJH); strings 
(SJD). Aftemocm, school 
choirs (OBJH). strings (SJD).' 
Evening; school choirs 
(OBJH), dance honor petfor- 
manee (CJH at 8 p.m.) 

THURSDAY: Morning 
school choirs (OBJH), 
accordion (BE). Aftemocm, 
school ehrirs (OBJH) at 1 
p.m.), accordion (BE). Even¬ 
ing; Bchocd choirs (OBJH), 
Accordion (BE). 

FRIDAY! schools honor 
performance (CJH at 8 p.m.) 


Starts Monday, April 13 

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llnild (fioluntlt. Victoria, B.C., Sunday, April 12, 1970 


Charlie Insured 


Oro and his Ballet Fia* 
menco will periorm thU 
afterngon and Monday night 
at the Royal Theatre. He wQl 
present a varied program of 
traditkaial SpaniA d a n c e • 
and irasfe. featuring guitar¬ 
ists Benito Palackw, Fer¬ 
nando Diaz and Bunyan 
Webb. 

May of the dances originate 
from the provinces of north-' 
em Spain. The footworic of 
the flamenco dance Is intri¬ 
cate and precise, requiring 
exceptional technical control 
and atrength ~ 


CHEBTL BOBRIS 

Symphony patrons who are 
accustomad to the more 
traditional forma of the 
dance, presented by The 
Royal mnnipeg Ballet and 
the National Ballet, have a 
treat in store for them. 


secrcfly to)k dancing classe<; 
and performed with Coroa y 
Danzaa de Espana, whieh 
visited the villages of Castile. 

In a nidional contest, Giro's 
choreographical talent! won 
him a flrst prize. He decided 
to leave home and go to 
Madrid. In Madrid he worked 
at anything and everything to 
make money to pay for his 
lessens. 


Bastion Theatre’s next pro¬ 
duction is Marge Adelberg's 
musical comedy. That Man 
From Moscow. The story is 
an adaptation of Gogol's The 
Inspector Oeneral, and in¬ 
cludes 14 songs written for 
the show by Miss Adelberg. 

Bill Hosie plays Hlestakov. 
a young traveller who is 
mistaken tor a government 
official from Tdoscow who 
comes to a small Ruasian 
provincial town riddled with 
graft and eomiption. Hilarity 
is compounded by chaw as 
tONvn officials try to coverup 
and to bribe the young man. 


man Tyrrell, Roy Silver, and 
Barry Giimshaw. 

A cameo role in the play is 
offered by Anna Wootton. She 
will repeat the role of a 
wedding guest which she 
played in Bastion’s original 
production <rf The Bttpector 
General, presented in 1963. 

The musical arrangements 
of Miss Adelberg’s music are 
by Chet Lambertson. Mias 
Adelberg U musical diractor, 
Peter Mannering is produc¬ 
ting and directing tite 
comedy, and Howard Denike 
conducts the onitestra. 

That Man Prom Moscow 
opens at 8:30 p.m. Thursday 
in McPherson Playhouse aod 
mli continue nightly to April 
24. Performances wtQ be at I 
p.m. April 20, 21. and 22. 


WhaVs 


He studied with Spain's 
greatest teachers — Maria 
Ibar, Alberto Lorca. La 
Quica, Hector Zarazpe. 
Antonio Marin and Ana 
Ivanova. He then formed his 
own group. It toured South 
Africa, Australia, and Europe 
gaining critical acclaim. 

His first appearance In 
North America was at the 
Seattle World's fair, where he 
performed on Telstar's first 
broadcast. 


The dances are 
dramatic and rhythmicai 


Today — Belmont senior 
high school band, MePherOon 
Playhouse, 2:90 p.m. 

Today — Giro and his Ballet 
Flamenco (Symphony 
Society) Royal Theatre. 3 
p.cn. (Also tomorrow at 8:30 
pm.) 

Today — Friends <rf Sing 
Out, Newcombe Auditorium. 8 
p.m. 

Today — The Devil His Due 
(Viotoiia high school Drama 
Club) and Decision (Duncan 
Drama Group), Langtiam 
CourtTheatre. 8:15 p.m. 

Today — diarillon Concert, 
Centennial CarUlon, Govern¬ 
ment at Bellevlile Street, 3 
p.m. (Also 19 and 26.) 

Monday — Greater Victoria 
Muaic Festival (tiirough Fri¬ 
day). Full program else¬ 
where). 

Thursday — Man from 
Moscow (Bastion Theatre). 
McPherson PlayhcHise, 8:30 
p.m. (Also Friday, Saturday, 
April 23 and 34 at 8:30 and 
April 20 Qirnugh 22 at 8 p.m.) 


Many of the dances are 
intensely emotional, depicting 
despair and pathos or explo¬ 
sive gaiety. 

CastUlan-born Giro’s early 
life could not have been more 
remote from ahow business. 
His village had no theatre, no 
cinema, but as a small child 
he constructed a toy theatre 
from his imagination. He 
made marionettes and gave 
shows to hli friends, acting 
out all the parts himself, 

His earliest childhood recol¬ 
lections are of entertaining 
hit family by daneing and 
singing on top of a table. 

When )w began to talk of 
dancing as a career, he met 
with rigid family opposition. 
He was forced by his father 
to study law at the Univeraity 
of Valladolid. While there, he 


Sylvia Hosie plays the 
aoclal climbing wife of the 
mayor, wdto b anxious to 
Impress the supposed "in¬ 
spector general.” Movie goers 
may recall tiiat Danny Kaye 
played Hlestakov, and tn.« 
Laoehester played the 
Since 1967, Giro has alter- Mayor’s wife in the fllm The 
nated his activities between Inspector General, 
his home in Madrid and New ^,. 1 ^ • < .. 

Orleans, where he has a * 

nightclub. He has also toured S 

the United SUtes as choreo- Nof 

grapher for the American 

National Opera's production ^ 

.cur 

the Hurok organization. ^ 

'nils y e a r's symphony | WM 

season has every indioation of I I ' I # I 

ending on a dramatic note JLX>.^ M N 

with this pair of concerts. 


By HY GARDNER 

Q: Why do they cal] side¬ 
burns — sideburns? — Marion 
Merrill, New Rochelle. N.Y. 

A; It’s a transpoaltion of 
the name Burnside — a Civil 
War general with the Federal 
forces who sported side 
whiskers and a mustache with 
chin shaven. 


-JL M. SnItS 


*Mayor^ Steffen 

Singing Broker 
Learns Role 
Through Park 


Q: When Edgar Bergen was 
one of rai^o’s biggest stars, is 
it true he insured his dummy, 
Charlie McCJarthy. against 
kidnaiving for SLOO.OOO? Also 
wrote Charlie into his wUl? — 
Tim O’conn^l, St. Louis. 

A: “Ihose were publicity 
stunts.” the venerable ven- 
triloquist acknowledges. What 
wasn’t hmsy, however, was 
the scare Edgar got when 
(Zharlie was "kidna'M>ed” 
from h i a dressing room. 
Turned out to be a prank 
pulled by New York columnist 
Frank Farreii, who quickly 
returned the ‘'victim.” “I did 
have CharUe in my will," 
Bergen admitted sheepishly, 
“but I took him out of it. 
Didn’t seem to make sense 
any longer." 


Empress Hotel — Hans had 
to deckle which way he would 
go. He {dumped .tor busineM, 
with music and the stage — 
and perhaps teaching voice — 
as a balance for the atoole, 
good life. 

He lacked his Grade 13, 
however, so after worklt^ for 
a year as stockman for a 
constniction Arm, he took a 
year oft and completed his 
Grade 12, university program, 
by ooirespondence with an 82- 
per-cent average. 


By F.RITH M. SMITH 

Early-morning strollers in 
Beacon Hill Park may have 
noticed recently a tall man 
walking toward town through 
the park, oblivious to his 
surroundings, immersed in a 
manuscript. Now. if they see 
him. the manuscript will 
likely be missing. 

For this Is Hans Steffen, the 
“singing stockbroker," 
memorizing his lines for 
Bastion Theatre’s The Man 
from Moscow, which opens 
Friday at the McPherson 
Playhouse. 


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Play Festival 
Plan Pushed 


TORONTO (CP)—A special 
committee of 10 persons 
associated \rith the profes¬ 
sional arts has recommended 
to the Dominion Drama 
Festival governors that the 
DDF be restructured with the 
emi^asis on regional instead 
of national policy. 

The committed chaired by 
Alan Jarvis, former curator 
of the National Arts Gallery, 
recommen ded Saturday 
establishment o f "approxi¬ 
mately six regions." not 
necesaarlly geographic, and 
one of which should be 
entirely French. 

The committee suggested 
each region should have its 
own administrative group 
comprising those involved 
creatively in the theatre, 
those in theatre arts man¬ 
agement and "otiiers In- 


CENTURY 4 

AT THE BAY THIS WEEK 


Q; H<wv many years in a 
row have the Harlem Globe¬ 
trotters played in Harlten? — 
Romie Scott, Staten Island, 
N.Y. 

A: Cte in a row. Lut year 
was the first year the ho(^ 
stars did their thing in 
Hariem. 


PARADE OF 
BAZAARS 


Interested in the stock 
market, he aimed in that 
direction by taking a stock¬ 
broker’s course, also by cor¬ 
respondence — and his pre¬ 
parations opened the door for 
his present employment. 

His job may be the meat 
and potatoes in his life, but 
f for Hans music and ttie 

' theatre will always be the 

bread — the staff trf life. 
Existence without musk is 
’ unthinkable to him, and his 

great hope is that through his 
music he may be able to h«dp 
others, 


Hans, whose musical train¬ 
ing may be more solid than 
almost any in Victoria, plays 
the demanding role of the 
mayor in Marge Adelberg’s 
adaptation of Gogol’s The 
Inspector-General. Since hiS| 
fult'time employment is with 
a stockbroker's firm in Bas¬ 
tion Square, the morning walk 
was his only o{HX»rtunity to 
learn his lines. Evenings were 
taken up with relwarsals. 

Hans Steffen was bom in 
Berlin in 1935 and came to 
Wlnni{}eg in 1^. He worked 
there, in Edmonton, on the 
West Coast and in the Yukon 
before becoming a Canadian 
citizen In 1960 and settling in 
Victoria. 


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Q; Was actress Joan 
Blondell married to Mike 
Todd or Mike Wallace? — G. 
C, Evansville. Ind. 

A: To Mike Todd. He was 
her third husband. George 
Barnes was first, Dick Powell 
the middieman. 


Q: President Franklin D. 
Roosevelt ii credited with the 
phrase, "We have nothing to 
fear but fear itself." But he 
didn’t say tt first, did he? — 
Vernon E. Sauvan, CSiesa- 
peake, Va. 

A; No. The original "fear” 
philosophy appeared in Henry 
David Thoreau's journal, 
Sept. 7, 1851, and read: 
"Nothing is so much to be 
feared as fear.” Because 
FDR’s phrase buoyed up the 
sinrits of a tension-filled 
countiy, he'U always get the 
credit for popularizing it. 


terested individuals 


Wednesday, April 1501 

AoxlUary to the Victorlaa Order of Norses 

Navy Laagae of Canada 

St. Marttoi-ln-tke-FleM 

Oak Bay OathoHr Wemea's Leagae 

Optl-Mn. of Victoria 

Optf-Hra. af Oak Bay 

i,adles Aaxlllary to Britannia Braach Na. 1 Bayal 
Oaaadlan l/egloa 

Boyal CaaadiaB Air Force AasociatiM AaxDlary 


Through those years music 
— especially singing — 
developed into a major factor 
in his life. 

Victoria theatre goers will 
remember Hans’ fine bass 
voice in the {>art of All Ben 
Ah in Victoria Operatic 
Society’s Desert Song a year 
ago. 

His current role he finds 
particularly interesting From 
Victoria. Hans went to 
Toronto in 1962 for more 
vocal training at the con¬ 
servatory ■ there and three 
seasons with the Canadian 
Opera Company. 


'niiii’sday, April 16th 

8t. Darid's-by-ttM-Sen Womens GvUd 
Oidi Bay United Chorch Women 
Caaadtaa Cyatlc Flbrosla Fnaadatloa 
(Vhstoita diaptor) 

St George tbe Martyr Chvrch OoDd 
Snored Heart OHreh 
AnxJUso to Ooodwtn EntorpiiMe 
81. Mary's Anglican Obnrch Women 
Greater Victoria Association for tbe Rntardaf 


Q; What's cooking with that 
Massachusetts leglsiator adw 
inlrodu<»d a biU making it 
mandatory for wives to cook 
for their husbands and do 
their laundry? Isn’t he getting 
good service from his wife? 
His mail must have burned 
his ears! — Albert R., 

Springtieid, Mass. 

A: Nothing {wrsonal. Rep. 
Paul J. Cavanaugh happens to 
be a bachelor 1 — who thinks 
the idea is a waste of the 
legislature’s time and the 
taxpayer's money. "I filed it 
by request of a constituent 
named William Farrell,” he 
told us, "under our stale’s 
unique right of free petition. I 
made It clear that I would 
oppose the bill. Nevertheless, 
since most people thought the 
bill was mine, I received 
more mail on this matter 
than on any Issue in eight 
years at public service. 


Friday, AprU 170i 

Centanninl United Chnrch Wnmen 
St. PbliltM’ Anglicnn C^oroli Wsmen 
84. MattMns AngUcan Charch Women 
Hadnuata 

Fairfield United Chorcb Women 

8L Slepben's Sooth Snnnieh AngUcan Oinreh Wamoa 

Gorge Road Hoonttnl Aaxlllary 

Trinity Chnrch Woraea's G«M 


In 1964 he went to Berlin, 
studying with the noted Ma¬ 
dame Varena and earning 
extra money by playing 
extras, stuntmen and bit 
parts in German movies and 
television. 

One such part was one of 
die petltwffters in 7716 In¬ 
spector-General. The present 
part is almost like old-home 
week. 

When he retomed wHh his 
Wile to Victoria he met lier 
bere when both worked at the 


Sattnday, April Ufli 

Metropolitan United Chnrch Women 
Lndlen’ AaxIUnrv, Chorch of Jonas Christ sf 
l^tor Day Salats 
Y’B Meaottn 

Indies AnxfUary-^IbBrcIi of JeoaaChrist of 
Latter Day Salnta (Victoria tad Branch) 
First Baptist Chnrch Women’s Aoxflinry 
Ladlon Aaxlllary to tbe Amy, Navy, Air Ferco 
Veteran of Canada No. 18 
Comitas Oinb 

OiildreB'i IntemBtional Vlitoge and Childhood 
Edncaltoo 


I’m a Hoarder from ’way Back—Are You? 


Squirrelling things away in "Safe places" only to forget 
all about them. Sound familiar? "It’ll come in handy 
some day" you say, as you crowd the closets, the 
attic, the basement, even the garage. 

Do you hoard items no longer used by your family? 
Anything from postage stamps to junior’s tricycle, old¬ 
er appliances to pieces of toniture, stored and for¬ 
gotten. 


GALLERY OF 
PICTURES 


A Word of Advice 


Start "unhoarding” today. Hold your own clearance 
sale in classified. Think about it! Nice clean closets, 
space to remodel the basement, EXTRA CASH. You’ll 
be amazed at how much money ywi’ve had tied up In 
those unused items. 


Fourth Floor . . . April 14(h to 18th 

FnsciBnttng . . . Vlctorla’a atory from FM to tha 
year 18U. 

d Inctodlng one of tb« oldest mops of Vlctorta 

e Very early photographs loooed hy the OMy 
Arehtvea 

d Here’s year opportnatty to tan the eioek hack 
M yean tor a gtlmpae si the oUys grsoife. 


Call Today 


Place 70ur classified ad. You’U be hoarding cash in 
your pune in no time! 


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In pastel ihadaa S.M.L. SO 


DHILDREH’S SHOES 


KUtos—Kills lawn weeds and clover. 


IfaWt Bilata aM Vsafa—White A S* 

cdto* In &M.1. Sate 2 far I 

Mwta Kdt SMifa—Mock turtle Ml Sitett sleeved 
•tyllag. Plain colouri, cottem S.M.L. SJI 


BOYS' 4 • SX 

BMI' Brieta (guae)-«oilca drefab. nytoo/ 

rotten faenda Whits and cdom. 4 S8 

Size 2 to 8X Mte, 9 pair I 

Bays' PenM Pseas Bpsat Ifalila Piilyrder and 
cdUca bMadi. Plains in Uirqwtea or yellow. 

Sizes 4 to CC. 4 8« 

Bate, & tar w 

Bays' Pamaa Praaa Sacks—HsU boxer Waist 
Brown, g r ee n, gold, tsal. S| S4 

Sias 4 to 6X. flato, C pair «i 

Bayi' Nylaa Btraieh BaUtai Sallw—Brown S4 
or gold elastic at back. S-gX. Sain, earn I 
Boys' Dnacaiaa Sbaifa—Jamaica length. Half 
iMMCT waist Oaraia), blue, brown. S4 
Slaa 4 to gX. Hala, aaeh I 

Boys' b'laoaeldto PpISBata-TslIored style. S8 
Aaaorted paltenu. Steea 4 to 4. Sate, pale I 

Boys' Dadm Jaaaa ar Ptay Faalt ■— Western 
aiyle. Full boxer waist Sue or brown. SB 
SlMs 4 to gX. Bale, saJr I 

Tha BAT. chUdm'a waar, third flaar 


Olria' Bmiii " IT quality canvat uppers, 
nibbe ddes, auhlooed Inaolcs Tic oxtordi 
Blue, white, orange. A 99 

Broken slzea Bale. Si pair 9 

■ays' If III Ttrnt dyte. wfaKc canvu upperi. 
Relqlarced inaa. S8 

Broken sizes Bala, pate B 

Qlrls' Paled ahari -Blafk or taittwn drsjia or 
sllpcau. Dressy or csnal dylaa. For mfV 
wear or school deya S4 

Broken lias. Seta, piilr 9 

Mya' Madala—Browd) lealhsf uppers Bdler 
•trap Rubber solea. S4I 

Sizes 1 to & Bate, pate 9 

Tha BAT. ehMdraa'i aheea, ucaad Haor 


Task tipiayer—O m gallon size (or wead killer or 

Ihsecticids. •a 


Cstrya ChaatM Buispsaadi rminn chenUle— 
irealed to reduce Uatiag. Ttetwr style with 
irtiMf. Gold, ptok. oBva, UttarswMA SQ 


HM'a Dtaaa Bs9r-ExBcutlva and aakle lengin 
In wad/Dykn blend 4 SO 

Piaina. Bala 9 pair C 

flqbi la Aakle Sa ck s Wool ani nyloai eaa ila. 
Assorted eoiours. 9 88 


Twin or doidiie. 


AhMS Setes Peel Mesa T Vy qnallty. hlgnM 

abaorbocy 89 


HOUSEHOLD HEEDS 


UNQEBiE 


BraUM-KUis brudi and woody grtiwtb S9 
18 OK Sate. aaiB & 

H-fa. Baa Tertlltaer. IM4 —Good (or la^ 


be—Parma press esUon: short 
Florals and aolM shadea S9 


CateBee—3ub4 brushed nyloB In bhie, yelknv, 
avocado and greeb &M.L. Sft 

Sate, aack « 

Ladtea' Olrdbw—While and pssttet In lycra 
ttretcb Pae^ and pull-ods la Sd* 89 88 
BM L. Ctale, each fi 9 4 

Lhdtea' Fall SMpa—Whtte and paatrii In IMC cup 
and lace trim at bwn. 22-88. 89 


Bays' Dealm Jcaaa—Regular cut. Pre-ihrunk. 
Ung wearing. Blue <«ly. 89 

.Slm 8 to 12. Bale, pair 9 

Beys’ Oaaaal PaaSa—Koratron Sr 'Fdrtrel and 
naton blends. Ptama Preaa. Slim cid Brown 
and green tona cheeka 4 S'} 

Sizes 8 to 11 Bate. & pate f 

Bare' Cardany Paata — Thick set. wateuble 
corduroy in brown, gresi, blue, too. Boxer 
waist In xises 8 to 13. BekM waist Sh SQ 
In sizes 12 to 18. Bate, K pate 9 

Bays' Uasaal BUer Patew—Blue, green or rust 
dsnim. sum wettern 0t. Extra atrung double 
teltching. Santorized. 4 SQ 

Sim 8 to 18. Bale, 4 pair 9 

Beys' BqaaB gaefceu — 100% £Aq>aDt nylon. 
Water-reMhhl, wlnd-reitetant. Zipper Ironi. 
Assorted cOtoUTA SB 

Sizes 8 to U. Bale, each ^ 

Burs' Beeha—Nylon or eoCoa blends Ankle 
lenglh Assarted coknirs 4 S9 

Stretch alzrs Bale, 9 pair Ci 

Boys’ Brieta—Whl',e coMcsi kntt. 4 S8 

Double ml. S.M.L. Bale. £ pate I 

Bays' Ut tfalffa—cesua knit with lycra rc- 
inlurced neck. Short or lotqi ilecvea Mock 
turtle neck Aiaorled cokiuri. S4 

Slzea 8 lo 18 Bate, each & 

Bays' CeStaa Bait Tdfalria—RUBS In wtitle 
only. Crew neck. Sheet ileevea 4 S8 

&M.L. Bate. 6 tar I 

The BAT, baye' wear, mala floor 


Vegatabla Bstaiew Paelar FlllBd with Iniectl- 
Hde ond haigiclde Sato, IBoa. SI- Roaa Data 
la BaoMue Dtalar — Cemoiele protection. 

Bate, eatk S>- 9tm Data BaM - Mb. pkg 
Save 80%. Bate. fa. S2- Bevfa laaee S letaa-No 
pnrionoua reeldue. S-oa Bate. ea<B SB- Weed- 
No-Mere—1 oz covers 804 sq A.; tave 40%. 18 
oa Bale, eaeB S2- 


Maa'i Shorty Pyjantao—Cotton In asiorted cnl- 
ours: A to D, $9 

Bate, pair 9 

MOB'a Itaeoa B B It ta SB iort iletaied, perma pscsi 
In gold, oHvr. tan or blue Hta-lt $4 

Sete. «ch O 

Meate Shlria — Short eteeved prrma presi. 
Striped and plain, 14ti-18t« S9 

Rale, each 9 
BnAfta Blai«, eata'e wear, desnttaairs 
Dept sn 

MEN'S SHOES 

Hea'a and Bay*' Ibanere—Canvas with nibhrr 
toirt In Oxford bool ttyte. • to 18 and 1 
to 9. Black snS while. 4 S4 

Bole £ pate 9 

Men's Caooal asaee—Oxford and allp-ceu In 
suedr leatbrra Broken slzea Brown SJ 

or fend. Bate, ptar 4 


IRFAHTS’ AHD TODDLERS 


latanls' Cmwim—Cottoa duck In yellow, iwvy, 
orange, green. Strape and bib front. Rein 
forced snap crotch. 

SIzre 12 to 34 mcMha Batei. pair I 

Toddler flirts' Perme Pnei T-(falris—Col l.vi 
knit In yetlow. Uue. orange, ta $9 

green, pink. SIZM 2 to JX. Bele, £ tar 9 
Toddler Beys' KM R h i ws Short aleevrs. Craw 
or nock tirUe neck Grip laelener shoulder 
Blue, beige, yellow, green fw 

end red. Slzea 310 IX. Ifata, rorh I 

Toddiei' Soya' Pataa — BeavywHgM cotton dirk, 
gabardine, poplin or twill. Brown. S8 

navy, green 2 to IX Bate, eaeh I 

Toddler flaya' Flare#—Given or brown cottoa 
.sirapi. zipper front, pocketa 9 SO 

Slue 2 to IX. Bate. 4 tor 9 

Tad J er GIrii' BBnia—Half boxer walil. Regular 
leg. Greea pink. Uue or beige. Su 

Otten. Slraa 2 to IX. Bate, pair I 

ToOdter flirts' Cotton Pfaiea—Gay etripei and 
checks. Attached elrapa 4 (9 

Sizes 3 to IX. MIe, £ pair 9 

Tka BAY, ladmate' wear, thIN floor 


idtatee' Bnt—White ouy. nttOB, bandeau ttyle. 
32-24 SI 9 S4 

Bate, eoita I aod £ tar I 

ladlea' Bi aa Wlillo In lyuta and cotton: elaetl- 
claed itrapa Some flberflll padded. S9 

238 to 40D. Bale b 

LMtaa' Brieft — White and poztals In rayon; 
elatticlzed waitt and leg band. 4 S8 
S.H L. Bole 9 tar I 

Ladtee' Bfteta—Raycn ant iatln flnlthed Oarea 
blWnla and regular clazHclzad waJil and leg 
baM. S.M.L. While, pink, blue 4 88 

or nude Rate 4 pi. I 

Halt Bllpe—Pink, blue or whtta rayOB adlh 
elaaticized walatband. lace trim 4 S9 
at hem. S.M.L. Bale K tar 9 

yieanstatta Bleepweei—Blue, pink florals. Short 

aleaved, round eollora SM.L. S9 

Bate, eweh 4 
Btagcl Btore, Hagcrte, d a weafa ira 

DBESS ACCESSOKIES 

raaly Head—Burnt sitaar, bilge and mocha In 

purs nylon irtetch. &M-L. 

• A 9palrS9 

Bate pair I aad 4 tar 9 
ladiaa' Nyteaa—Beige and buml 4 88 

uwr; meah. 8U-10H. Hate 9 pair I 

I all«-' IfaMbogr-Beige, bniwn. white, navy, 
black vinyl; double handle and drawMtUig fj 
■tylea flete aaeh 9 

Utoy-Lpa—Burta sugar. 1H)« slretah nylon, 
garter-Cree. ttb-lOM. 


IJorited fleataity RpecJala- 
Doohta Petataaa—Famous Grandlflora and Mulll- 
flota. packs «< I. Q 89 

(400 packi only). Bala 9 tar 9 

M It ta Pfazlle flarte Haae-Slandard S8 
fltunga (100 (ally). Bate, each I 

Ptawaeteg Bhrwhs Beverml VaHeBea S8 

<100 oidy). Bale, OMh 8 

fltata J^taa Rosa BtaOwa—Famoui vartaitea 
<ao only). 88 


VO-a HalidieealBg- 


Falmettva Rapid Mava-Urge. 


Fetoms Hybrid MattUtora—Packs of 13 (^ 
packs only). M 89 

Rate 9 pka 9 

Faehalas In named vartettea 4 t9 

<900 only). Safa O tar 9 

Ivy Oermtaama — For hanging baakela and 
planter!. Q 89 

ISOO (eriy). Sate O tar 9 

3-pBck Rase Buahr* Excellent qualily, S8 

bargala ilOQ only Bate, pack I 

Fibrous BegeaUa—S In a pack. <200 packs 

only). O 89 

Bote O tar 9 

Paw a lea RoggU Giant, worid'a tUezl. Pack of 
one donen iSOO only). M 89 

Bate 4 tar 9 


WOMEN'S SHOES 

Mtea' uilto Heute-aiiHm tatti*. ktafrri 
While, olive, black or brom. SJ 

5% to & Sate pair 4 

Utatea' Pateta — SUng bada fa Wur, tanr: 
black Broken tern. 8e 


OrtUd AU-Cfaecatafa Aaaertmeai—By Urney of 
Ireland. 2-lb. bag. 4 S9 

Bate 6 bags 9 

Rawatrea lie Bara— Q S8 

Bate. O tar I 

tinea layar Mlal^7-oa fta 

Sate, SMb I 

RUUaawi IZooftea AUausfa—l-lb. 4 S8 

Bate £ tar I 

Bridge Mix—IH-lba S8 


SPORTSWEAR 


SMAIX.WARE 8 . STAPLES 
Jma ntewii r-'-* and avneado 
Ideal for nmmer. Rai 

Aeml-Famdala Ci«a aai flaoean 


Teea Cantal Pataa—Fully wazimble denlina tad 
corduroya. Aaioried plalna and etrtpei. Flares 
alKl slim and trim itytoa SJ 

Sim 28 to 24. Sate pair H 

Teea Ktat Ifalris — MlTh Preaa cdUod knIU. 
Choice o( mock lurtle or turtla necks. Blues, 
greens, brown in plalna taripea. palUrna. S9 
S.M.L Bate, eet* 9 

The BAT. Hidihap. mala floor 


fhrimwew^Helanca tarrtrh lo one and two 
piece taylet and nilfle blkliUa namingo, green, 
blue, yellDW. Broken ttzes SO 

10-16 Bate, eat* 9 

Folyesirr Faala—Crimp knit and l(n% poly* 
(■tier double knit. Complelely washable. Pull-an 
and jean atytea Mint green, beige, navy, S4 
pink. Broken ilrai KVIg Bale, pair O 

Fashtaa ahirte—Voile or 'Fortrel knits. Safari 
and body shirt alylea All long ileeved. Brown, 
blue, green, beige, navy, yellow. Ootne SC 
pritaa Brnheo Bacf 10-1& Bate each 9 

Tfal BAT, wosaan'a tawfairear, mraai OoBr 


CARDEN WOODBNWARE — Redsraed FMshetl 
Cedar, a R.C. B per la l. Plataer—12x18'. Bata SB' 
Ftemi—12x12", Mte S^i Exoaadtag Feocei— 
ID-ft. length. Rato SB: Bxpandfai TtaiUs—8 fl 
length Ratei SS; Fan TrelHe-S fl length. Bate 
Si: MB TralB»-rxl8" Sole Sll Ftenher Bax 
-n"x8"x8 ’ Bale SS. 

Ttte BAY. lardew ebap- aeeimd parfcade 


Dish Drafaer Ra^ and TrapHnaette czwared 
yellow, blue, red. .. 


Daretes Tamblete—Set of 4 Iwrrl-wcartnt ihat- 
ter-pi^, 5 ca. tomblfra: golden col- M 8S 
mired. Bate 9 lar I 

Budgei Bton, ■aattwniaa Bovataalre 
rtt ■ ■ wj v. Buka, CaMdloD-auulc, tanrdlly, 
vmven cha9a e 81 


SPORTING GOODS 

BatahoBe-Hubber covered. 


daper aWI—Blow It up In a hallooD, pull It, 
bend It make faces. Ail you need la the S4 
magic aubitamie and wator. Bale I 

Spaea Fteltam — FaidataK Idtea wttli fieiy 
talli. Locally made to fly in 4 89 

Vletorta breeiea Snte, K tat 9 

Bta Wb Mte A ll the laleet modele 4 $9 


Battholla—RuEdier cavered. 


Find QMBIr Aaete-Whlte, Sat S9 

BIxlIN". Bate 004 9 

HaM Ta nt fa Bubs, hixury waKBU fa frteia, 

Jarqusrrii aid pfalns, I2sM". 9 88 

Btaa £ tte In 

Faea fitats Sufaa, luxBiy nulBbfa fa BtIMa/ 

larqutrda and plalna 12xlT'. M 84, 


fiiiitaTr Tabto-Blark or bran flnita nagiziM 
rack and imoker combinatloe. B9 


P athw ay aM Cteidigaa Rwatava—Rntany wools, 
some synthHlca An't eoiouro. SJ 

Motaly sntall alsra Rate, cat4 4 

Iweiv Katt raidliaaa — Baay - care Acrilan. 
Bine, whua pink. taeiM. SQ 

S.H L. Bate, eaeh S 

TM SAT, awooier ahap, aecnwi dear 


Batten FawerM MM TtmA — little COft- 
stnicllan. Wrecker, cemntt mixer. 4 S9 

Bata, b ter 9 
Tha RAT. taya Wnt Seer 


laMly Farfe nasltaghi Bta tacNatea twa llattt 
ugiaa and lour battertea. S9 

4te ata £ 

n-ott aad Ceeaf Rll—Includes beR dto SgM, 
purket knife and bauerlea S9 

atae. Ml m 

Fachel FtataHgfet-^oo-rvchargable Si 


-Cotouilul 


Tarry Gfath April 
palteras 
Terry Faea Ch4a Assorted 
eoloura 

Hagle Chrihea Braib- 

Ai seen on TV, 


■afa Tsaiile ITphe to thick, thlrtty 4 S^ 
towrlliig. 23x44". Bala £ tar 

Prioial Coltea SalliMh—Haehlne watttablaf 
cnlourdatl; tor kili^tcM, pfarroama curtsln% 
or drapaa 4 SSa 

Rata £ yasBt la 
Sparta Mrtcr—44' wide. macMnt wazhablP 
prints: gnlly coloured SC 

Bote, yard I; 

nnttew Taidage fa Z—riei WItaht—U4icarne<t. 
exetilent ter arwtoK proietaa J SS 

Btae 4 ya4a I 

iJteB Tte TWata—AMorled ttripca 4 S8* 

iisSf. Bata £ far I, 

tr Wbtta Sfapor nii aiiliWi In « SB* 

thick abaorbenl ration. flata 9 yde. I' 
Ftate Mala—(tokiurfut aeenaa, piastlc flnlihed,. 
cork becked. 9 . 8I; 


FASHIOH ACCESSORIES 


Taatat Meiewi Dieeaaa—Long and ^ert sleeved 
stylea Prints and plalna. Some tprlag colours 
and ttylaa Broken sues S4 

9 to 11 4te en4 O 

The BAT. rmm aaliiiai shop, imsl ttaar 


Aerylle Ball Fenenoa—Aztortod plain SJ 

ralom Gbia liar lUs all Bate, each 9 

Mias Drmea ar Fata Tape Tally raff fabrics. 
AiBurted prints cr plains. SQ 

Reg. 219 aM tit. Sate, cadi 9 

Wsasen'a Bewraea — Silks In assurted plain 
cuMura Squarea oblongs and long, $q 

lanky styles. hate, each I 

ttoal Bqaarea aad Ohtangiri-lmpart* S4 

Plain ahadea Sate, each fai 

(errlk: Ktat Bha Ba Plain eoloura S9 

S.M.L. Bate, Mch 9 

ne SAY, tateiloB aecnserles. mala flanr 


YOUHD MODEM SHOES 


Teea Bttsiata—Open nnilala in brown. Ian or 
green Leather uppers and aolea. SC 

Rrekte ttzei Hak. pal' V 

The BAT, yasuig nsedera ibaea. secead fleer 


Vlayl Tefaa—FashloB cokMira 


MaSchgard—Stain iTpellBDl- Uoa 


BIcyele Uewerater U g h Sta g Bat Two-beam head¬ 
light and tzUlighL SJ 


iHsh fhdhi ^sannnt cohNiri. 


ttawm fleasr—Straight leg and flaree. Low r 
and regular ttyie. Navy. S 

in alZH fi to IB. Bate, pair 

Mafari flUit^Fermaiicnt Preas. Long tteev 
Btyle in white pale blue. aavy. beige S 
or brawn. SUee S to U. Bate, eaeh 

The BAT, way-fa 4ap, arraod (ii 


flutter Haadte Gripe—Wllb 
streamera. 

Klaty Sbs— a-foot teogib. 


Caaaal I laSher Haadhagr-lmporli New atyl- 
inga Spring colourf 88 fl 

Reg. 05. Bate, each lU 

Vinyl RaadhagB—Spring styles in black, brown, 
b<xw, whKc and wet look. 88 Q 

Reg. OJ to 05 Bate, each IU 

VIvI Hazghtaga—Basic stylea Good SC 
asaortmeid id eoloura Bate, eaeh 9 

Chiteb tr Fien rt Pireea—Tripia trained. Good 
■mortmaBt of adours S4 SC 

Stale. 44 4 aad 9 

M4'f ta a ii tas m . luxe Icalher buffalo calf SJ 
In dark brown or tan. Bale, omk 9 

Mru'i De faze HaJletoHBonala calf with SC 
paia caze. Dark brom or lalt Bata, mch 9 


Hcatoh *BPe-lk" wide by LOfl" 9 S8 

long. Bate 9 far I 

Hast) MoSea— 9 S8 

Ataorled daaigns . 4ta, 9 tar I 

fllfl Wrap— e $4 

2 aheetz per pack. flole, 9 far I 

111 nriisMm cuds—18 ■is(Ki:ed card! with ss 
envelopes. Bale, phq. I 

Ceatt'a Ftaia N^a— 4 S8 

14 notes and eflvelopca Bala, 9 tar I 

WHS* KaralapM 200 per pack. 88 


tad flSIek—Adjuttable lenglh. 
ieatber seal. Bol 

Tha BAT. mmmt paa* 


ton. Twin zM d<>ubta Stiad. Etatate 
ronera Bnta 

Matdilng pillow lUpa Bote 

Cassm Ftnata ttatae-FItted double 
and twin. R4 

nilow egaei 8 


FUiieim Itraa fair and lyuro. Gwdly lined 
will) flbetSIl ter poaltlve ahatang SJ 

White. It) steal 22 to 2A Bote, ea4 9 

RsniBia B t4 q fhite lace and lycra S9 

Sims 23 to 28 Bata, m4 9 

The SAT, lemdathwi, aeceM flmr 


NSalataaa Steel Sotad Bervers—Rosewood S4 
handles «•»•- ^ ■ 

Maltami gtmai Fiadli Parke—Colour coded 
hattlica Set o« tU. _S| 

4k, mS I 

Tm Drip Catohara—Derarottve desigo. Catches 

drips from your toopta. 9 S8 


Cast Bttlia J S8 

Aamrlad eoloura Rata, 9 tar I 

Dart Maskers- 4 S« 

Red. black. Hue. Rota. 9 Mr I 

■eaed BSattamri— Sf 

Bole, baa I 

PaMoe Ca4 BesB—Laterit raoklDg Mma SS 
Bote ea4 I 

lllaslrated Beeke—Many UUeL S9 

hie, ea4 9 

Jay at CaeUag—A muol for evtty S7 

hoiflBniaker Bata, 44 a 

The BAT. ttattaarry aai bteks, male flaer 


State Dancer 14«—Prov4 4 $8 

dependable taa £ tar I 

Bhittar Flshfag Izn—Popular fbr Iraillng or 


Fashttte JeweStaiy—Rupee, bracelets, plus S8 
and carriage Bata, each I 

FaeUm Banfagp—Clips and pierced ear S9 
gylea. Good asvlmenL Balt, pair fit 

BlrtfeaSam BhMe—lO-kt gold aaUUiBS S8 A 
flittng extra. Male, ea4 IU 

Mm'p Sipamlm Braeet ta a Yetlow or white 
metal. Twlttahle. Long-wearing. 

Rata. SC SQ 

White 44 9 Yellow each O 
Nytaa Hat4 Btrapr-Aseorted ilzei A S9 
and eofours. Rag. 121 Bate, 9 ter 9 
“i-"— Rapes — Many eoloura, sizes and 
leagths. 4 S4 

flaw. £ tat 9 
S>R. ea4 SI aad SB 
M4's aW Wanwa'a Watebea—It-jewel Swiu 
muvemanla 1 -year guarantee. S8A 

flata, mch I U 
The BAY, iewoltery, mein flaor 


Ftata4 Halp—Foam rubber bock. 
2Tx2l". I 


MM flawn anfl faUei R4—Drip dry printed 
cotton. Eyelet lace and ribbon trim Small 
Sonia in pink. blue, vrltxit. f4 

ShLL Bate. 44 9 

•FteCita aad Cattea flamaa—Shift ttyle. Round 
neekitoe, amhralderod fnini. deep niffle hem. 
Pink. blue, yellow, lllar. S4 

&M.L. Bate 44 9 

Slaataleae MhUla — Good aaaoiTment Including 
zipper frcnti aitt backa Sktiamers—with or wilh- 
cad bellA Priotod coUen In Borala. SC 

ttiipez, geometries &M.L. Sale, meh 9 

Tha RAT, Itasrte- srcaad flaer 


FMi CM4 Cwa ani Raoeara— 4 S4 

Ateorfad Ocrol desJgfti Bate 9 far I 

ReBl-FarctaalB OaStae M a ge— R r lfl Ut. ntodirn S8 
deslMH. Sate. 44 I 

Tamhler Sete—"Blue Marina" pattern. FliAcd 

Mue ffaia Q S8 

Old Fashioned size Rate O tat I 

Ihrae-neraB Cabs fleewr — Colly decorated 
seml-poTCelaln 4 SJ 

ttate £ tar 9 

Rcnl-PafTCtaln T4pete- 8 moothly glazed. S4 
Gaily decoraisd. Bate. aa4 I 

newer Pale—Fine while English pottery. Rate, 
small, each S2. raedluiii, SS. medium large, 
each SB: large, each SB. 

Assarted Ftaw s ra Colourtul, permanent flowers 
to brighten your decor. BA SI 

RatelU tar I 
Talipa—Beautiful, permanent lullpa. 4 S8 
A springtime favourite. Sale O lar I 

Baghte Bwte t.'hl4 CtMte aad flogar Bel—As- 
toried floral detigna Gold coloured trim. SB 
ftele. rarh I 

Bawe rMste Cops aM HaMan—Fine English 
bone china. Assorted florals. Gold S 4 

ralotnvd trims. Rale, 4p aod saooer I 

The RAT. ehl4. third flner 


Taaa Mack apa4 Size 4H chrosne, or m 

brau, SD-SO. 4 S4 

sale 9 tar £ 

PlahlBZ WoigM Bel—13 E E 4. I. Q S9 

2-oa weights. aws« ^ acCe 9 

Dacr4 FtaMag line—IteSi than 28 Birtnkzge 
UO yards, 45-lb. tett. 4 99 


Black moulded flip 


•Brown Itelber 


Belt eltachmenu. Sate fi tar 9 

Tackle 111 wlffc Twa FsM-Ota Tray^ SA 
Bote 004 9 

FI4 Nef—Nylon net. ligltt mefal frame. S9 
Sate ew4 9 

MplaBiBf Utails—iDcludte l-pee. rod. Hni, real, 


Tlewei^Doei not require balterlei. 


DRESSES 


Ftattic Diap BhasI Heavy ptattic. 
U-xT. Bate 

Fpltt BaBae aii Tray Brt— 


Khele Atbom—Onofree—rlcar plastic 
pages. Bate, 


Hate, 

Urhsxe Ktriaalag Brel—QuJ4 action. 


COSMETICS 


Nrovate Mettcated Khacwpoii — Willi a com¬ 
plementary dry sprinkle 4 S9 

shampoo Rate, fi Mr 9 

Rreek MaIrsH HM—Boo. S8 

Rate, 4ch I 

Aa4 NsS—l4-o(. S8 

Hate, 44 I 

«MI sS tltay Msuiariaer—4-07 S4 

Sate, tech W 

Tardiry's Eaa ds Ismdaa Bath 4 S8 
Enalfaia— Me. £ tar M 

Vaidtay's tteap—Aetoried fragrances S4 
Box litres Bate, has fa 

Bre4 Baalc Hair cutaUtlooef Boz. SM 

Hate. aw4 fa 

OH Hhite Btta Ih-ox- After ttiave 4 sete SI 
ploi T-ott SfltooU) Shave. Bate, fi tae ifl 
Fra4 iMil 1 IS plus bosNi tuba. SB 

tteta. I 

Bayer UeeaaMPttnae Talfaili lITi fB 

Hate, I 


Uflaxe Tralltaf Reel—Star drag type, S' 


RECORDS 


Trrtllag R4—6 3-plcca Nd, telhl ftazz. 

Rate, 4 

Dstoxe ripiazleayTattUte BM-^AMBbtad 

bell beering workkigs. 

Mte, an4 

The RAY. Ita^ auMteM. d4 


•Asenrted Ittlat. 


Plehwlrli flierte L.F. RwwrM— 4 fM 
Bata, fi tar 9 

HM Mens ImiK Ftay Eeraida —Tom Jones. 

CredetKC Clearwater, Bill Co^ and SJ 
many outers. Bala. 44 9 

The RAT, fvnefa, astai ihwi 


STEPLES 


CtUm FHlaw Fsoleciars—Regular ttza In white 
with ztpptf S8 

Bote, pair I 

faiife T a woU 100% ootlix) tarry Wiiila hack- 
ground iritb gold, pllfa, bltta, rutt or greed 
paHtort. 4 S4 


Slaafa Barytte Halt Mdifa tixg gtecV4 Crew 
rte4 Grvrti or blua nfi 

SM.t, Ball. 44 9 

Hte'e Fanna Pi4e A part 4tafa — Ptata or 
fancy. Long ztaovds Rafailar 4 S9 
rallar &H L. BMP. fi far f 

Mte'i fltert Wii4s rwaar mot aiij ttrel4 
nylon. Assorted plalM In foH, dark grotn, 
ranml. royal, grey, mint, chamo), inataa 
Ankle teigth. CuMdened trie. S8 

Stzis 10 to 13. flate, iMp I 

Hea'a Ttt a Fancy checks end atriM. SQ 


F, 1^^^—TM sr white teaUicr lin- 

Fbaa inaoled. Ualher anlap Br44 

flata. 4I1 I 

The SAT, ••■IMi'e 4 m. waaM ftaar 


White. 


Bale fi fM 

■44 Towele—Suaahlne deilgn. (ieneroui 
Oettcri terry. 4 


Dter Mirror - 14)rir' tti* fa anllque ^P* 
greaB and woU colour *1.0 

PrwMB Firtaraa-Fknfa and perlrailp Amtoue 
type frgmet ^ £ rar’l 

TriEJgM Ralha - fE lOO end IflD-waU 
WRh rcBtdar baza Q 99 

flato. HP tar fi 
Mtarite OwBaa—Runed nylcei (wertolri as- 

•wfa* <**»»» ^2 tar*3 

TV lOMI Pumpkin, tgfaikilto w ^Ke. SJ 


BayeSi WisMad—Machfita wait) and diy. floml 

rulow range. m SQ 

Ua. ikebv Bale 9 fas M 

2- adl 4-Fb AlFFurpoto Waat-Ny^kzt rein¬ 
forced. Cmtd cuinur range. Q SQ 

l-ctt ballp Ma O tro 9 

4by W^ MR wool. •% nylte Ptok, whRe. 
blue, valkiw. 4 SQ 

l-oa. ballA Sato Q Im 9 

BMky Rayrtfa M icblite wnih and tty tMl jUfy 
knit yarn. Good colour ranfle. M SQ 

34. sketB. 4to 9 tar 9 

Sac (nil of *1 Ifirtrrt eolfluri and welgliis 
In good qro' ly yarR J S8 

bags flata 9 iar I 

Tto BAT, hatHtaa yam, aee e a d fliiar 


Mao's (Mfaa EaR Brieta— 
8.M.I. 

Hte's fleltoa SMi V^e- 

Whlto. ailL 


realtor F4ial CWtM ttrkfaS- 
Regular ifar. I 


Reekmw aad RtaBp-Llfiif gael Dafae. 

MqAl m 

s-pae. Teal KB-4n pAslle can* 

Faraara FtHerw-^lam wool In ~4' 
pnpulBT ttzn. I fagp 9 


idripei and tanr laa 
ftaofien ttoM.. 
Ttonwal Drawars -~ 
Etattlc waitt Ankt 
Broken aiiea 

Tha RAY, to 


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Selling Monday, April 13 to Sat., April 18 

Thursday and Friday Shop 9 a.m to 9 p.m. 


Inooffnito Panty Hose Cool Birkdale Shirts 

» Once you’ve experienced the comfort of a Be^ 5JO — Expertly tailored business 

“PVity boae you’ll never wear stockings again. ^rts wilm s^rt sleeves. a silky Uend of 

Fer any age, any hemUne length, here are savings 5®^"*1 cotton, never need iroidng. Now- 

up With ^ 

heel, runguard toe and heavier panty - —^ * 

section, <in beige, glow or modia. 1 -08 Sale, #00 4 ^^*00 

P. C T. XT. Sale, iMk A eaidi lE far 

Ihpt m FitfaMMaa Dmi. ats 


18” Twin Blade Rotary 60” Polyester Knits 

a Viking Imperial mower U cast aluminum. 4 Experiment with the new MWI-lengl 

^ ^ one yard of this imported Polyester dout 

adjusters and de hixe swing-over OO i j vj 

han^ that folds for easy stor- KU*W weight. MacWne w 

age. Model 6110. Sale, each ^7 Ironing. White, off-white, light green, 

„ ^ ^ ^ ^ _ Muamarine, coral, mauve, pink, hot - 

Grass cafaber Iw above. Sale, each 7.M piult^ yelkw, turquoise, medium 

100 ft. extsBsiM eerd. .eSale, eaeb BaFft Uue and navy. Sale, yard ^3 

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Bright, Bold Footnotes Support You Depend On Wrinkly Crinkly Patents 


5 Reg. 15.0(^Noteworthy leatiier Aoet with 
heels that look and feel great. Strapped. Buckled. 
Beautifully detailed . .. AND they’re foam cush¬ 
ioned inside. A. Bone softie slip <m. B. A trio of 
stra|c In wet>look black, navy or bone. C. Shiny 
antTqued pant pump in n»t, nude or brown. 
D. 'The sandal sensation in antiqued nude or red. 
5 to lOB widths only. Try them ^ ^ aa 
R est ccane in sizes 7-9AA. SV^-IOR | | «•!B 
Sale, pair XX 


Vanity Fair CorsdetleB 


• tmTTi 

Lycra Batm Wat with itratefc satfa iterri— gaii 

r<A: firm coatztd of mature figurea. Ea^ to do up 

with fmt boohs aol Ztppsr doiliit. NpkB laaa 

cupa aifKl front panda, coinf<»tBbly padded iboul* 

dK* stnv>. WWe In even staea 38B, 

and4aCand60^to4a.Aiwrageonly. 

81., «* 10.B0 


a Beg. 19.00—Corrective footwear that looks 
and feels like a woman’s shoe should, soft and 
styte-right. AND priced right for this special 
event E. Pmted cherut walking ahoe. F. Soft 
black or bone crushed perforated kid on semi-h^h 
dress heel. G. Bone calf dress pump with lots of 
good fit H. Black kid walking ^ord: A, C, 
D, EE. All have built-in arch and - _ _ 

cushioned insole. 5-lOAA, B, D. | 

Sale, pairXfJ 


(V Ihlgb^iigte. mta la 
•od eoctra larga, fit 254 


^°SL90 


7 The kind you matdi-mete with the latest 
glossy fashions. Arrived in time to sparkle your 
wardrobe and bui^t your dollars. AU feature the 
new off-set heel, so groovy with pants, super with 
skirts. J. St^-in buckled pump in all-white, blue 
or red. K. Step-in loafer In white with black or 
white/red, white/navy. L. Three-eyelet platform 
in butterscotch and white. 

Sizes 5-lOAA and B fittings. 

Sale, iMir ^7 

Wom*n't Shott, DtpL tss 


19 hoae. Reinforoed tamny, atural bade, bidden 
tootah. Wotoas In XUJCL. 
tta 27-32 waist M aeok 6.48 

•fM Oeataar style C fi as cr ow hta with 


Double Knit Coat Value 

• All-wool double-knit coats, the season’s most 
important item, come to yw at a special price. 
They travel well and stand up to day after day 
wear. Gr^t care went Into pi^ucing these coats. 
Note the silky satin UningB. French bound button 
holes... all ^ dqtaUs that add up to a perfect fit. 
In grey, berry, navy, taupe, 
aqua. 3 styles in misses’, 12-20, j-, 
one in half-«ize 14^ to 22^. 

Sale, each Uv 

Wmi^n'i World, Drpt, S4i 
IfosMn't tmd Smitt, D0pt, tW 




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fcUiggtort rt. Vkterfo, %.C. Sundof, AprtI 12. 1970 3 ^ 


Dreatta, Dejit S^J 


Pack Arnel Dresses 

!• Arnel Ottotucks in 7 styles: A. 
Long sleeve shirtwaist (12*18). B. Short 
sleeve double breasted (14-20). C. Short 
sleeve two front pleats (10-16) D. Short 
sleeve with tie (14-20). E. Short sleeve 
ail round pleats (10-16). F. Funnel neck 
A-line (12-18). In powder, maize, hir- 
quoiae, lilac and white, all ^ aa 
wash and wear. Sale, each 




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Cotton and Nylon Haywear Stretch Terry for a Oolden Summer in the Sun 


tT Hit the sunshine drcuit in fun-loving plajwear 
that runs long on washability, short on the price tag. 
Sleeveless stripe tank top. S.M.L. Ord. 5.00. ' 

Sale, each 3.4S 

Pull-on Jamaica shorts (10-18). Ord. 6.00. Sale, ea. 4.49 

Short sleeve stripe pull (S.M.L.) O^. 5.00. 

Sale, each 3.49 

Strai^t leg pull on pant (10-18). Ord. 10.00. 

Sale, each 6«99 

Pant-dress stripe ti^^r (SJ 1 I.L.). Ord. 7.00. 

Sale, each 4.99 

Navy, turquoise, pink or brown. 


*• Stretch terry’s back in town rushing to the rescue of b«iuty in quandry. Tc^ in tunia, they’rt 
all sale priced. All eager to get in the sunshine, to help bronze and tone a winter weary skin. Choose 
from the leanest tops and neatest shorts, all revealing you for what yc«i truly are, a sunshine-worshipper. 


Tank top that’s sleeveless and solid in colour. S.M.L. Ord. 6.00. 
Pull-on terry Jamaica shorts, 10-18. Ord. 6.00. 


Sale, each 4.49 
Sale, each 4.49 


Stripe terry topp^. S.M.L. Ord. 7.00. 

Sale, each 4.49 

Pull on shorts, 10-18. Old. 5.(X). Side, each 3.49 


29” terry tunic doubles as dress or topper. SJd.L. 
In navy, white, turquoise, peach, brown. 

OnL 18.00. Sale, each 9.99 

Sportawear, Dapt. US 






Save on Loun^Abouts 

19 She Duster goea gac m etrlcH— In nxnbed 
cotton sateen with butUm-front pockets. 

Blue, roafe or gold tones. S.M.L. 

Sale, caeh 0.88 

90 Airy Cololte Lonagcrs — In blue or 

green, mariilne washable, printed cot- ^ aq 
t(» sateen. S.M.L. Sale, each ■ .88 

91 Sattny Opaque Nylea Briefs—Reg. 1.00 

—Fastidiously styled with flat waist elastic, 
double crotch. S.M.L. Qastic leg (white, yellow, 
aqua) or band leg (white, blue, nude) 

Sale, each 7 8C 


Soft Balmy-Eve Coolers 

29 Stretch Terry SleepsullB In machine 
washable cotton and nylon with nylon 
lace. Aqua or pink, SJlLL. 

Bale, each 3.88 

99 Sleev el eea Coeikr In Cotton Sateen — 
Reg. 8.00 •— You just zip In to this flower gar¬ 
den of bhie, roae or orange. S.M.L. 

Sale, each 0.88 

94 Cotttm Briefs — So nice to be next to in 
summer. Pink and blue florals. S.M.L. Elastic 
or band leg. 

Sale, pair 48C 


Dreamy Light Sleepwear Mini-Care Blouse Value 


99 Long Oimn, Beg. 4.00—Curl Into a floral 

print ot phik, blue or lilac for late 
night movies. M.L.XL. Sale, each 2.99 

19 fiatea's Vanity Fair Pyjamas -— Femi¬ 
ninely tailored in pink or blue printed cotton. 
SJd.L. ^ „ 

Sale, pair S.99 

9T Baytm Tricot Pant—In short-leg style 
with picot-edged band leg, applique trim, double 
gusset. Medium or large. White only. 

Reg. 80c. Sale, pair 89C 

97« Extra large. Beg. 1.00. 

Sale, pair 79C 

Uitdttr-Faahioiut, Dapt. t09 


99 Crisp blouses with dainty mbroidered 
bodice in 2 styles. Sizes 12 to 20: No. 2084 Fly 
front short sleeve, jewel neckUne. No. 2805 
Back button diort sleeve, jewel neckline, (white 
only). 12-20. Or acetate suit-blouse, 2 styles: 
No. 2689 Button back in floral blue, lilac or pink 
ccsnbinatJbn. 12-20. No. 2465 Button front, neck 
trim and tie bow in delicate paisley of sttft 
green, blue or tan combination. 12-20, 

38-44. Sale, tmch 5.99 

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Spcteg Mwmw Bearw — Bcgi 24M) — 

Classic squares in usorted inints or 8x44" 
lanky style. Both In acetate twill. ^ 

Sale, each 1.39 

SS Washable Terry Slippers—The kind you 
Just slip Into, in mule or cross-strap style. 
White, pink, blue, yellow. ^ 

Si^ S.M.L. Sale, pair 1.99 

34 Sporty Leather Gloves — Keg. 11.00 — 

Feature lace trim and double dome closing on 
back. In beige, blade and amber, _ 
sizes and 7V^. Sale, pair 0.99 

CUuW4M ricbt> * 

Atentoriet, Dipt, tol 


Sal^ 


Walking Sheer Nylons 

30 A basic wardrobe requirement at a 
great stock-up price. Seamless walking riwen 
with reinfOTCed heel and fluted top for stretch 
comfort. In Tender Beige or Mocha, classic 
9-11, tall 10-11. By Incognito. ^le, pMr 

.79 or 3 for 2.19 
or 6 for 3.99 

30 iBoeicaltD S«ppart Haw gives tirad legs a lift. 
In afte-tbnxigh L^cra. Beige or taupe. Slset A, B, C, D. 

Sale, pair 2.09 


Knee High Sock Value 




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Lady Sohick Shavers 

27 AB the glamour and st;^ of a Lady 
Schkde, bare in petite aae. lliree cutting 
Uades. Attractively designed, in gift ^ 
box. Model lOS. Safe, Meh 8.99 

SAoMff, Dept tl6 

Save on Travel Needs 

30 Eaton’s Shoe Knefc — Holds 9 pairs of 
wom«i'8 CH* 6 pairs ctf men’s shoes. 

^le, each 

3« Nykn Travel Bag— 2'^ wide, zipper front. 
Suit Carrier, 42" long. Sale, eneh S.M 
Coat or Dress Carrier, 54". Sate, eoeh 4.79 

Nofteiu, Dept fSf 


Si A great way to add life to your ^rdng 
wardrobe. Wear with scooter skirts, Bomudas 
and short, short skirts to bronze the skin 
slowly, keep cool cm those warm days ahead. 
We’ve bought th«n in three colours to match 
any of your outfits: white, sailor due or brown. 
One size fits most feet, 10-lL 


swo. lofr .79 or 3 for 2.19 


Wardrobe Accessories 


Assorted Handbags 


Pacesetting Casual Wear 

73 Jutor "Hailbom" JeaM—<M. 8.00—His 

and her type jeans for giria who like the fit 
and comfort of boys’ jeans, but styling d! 
girts'. Top stlt^wd straight leg dento Jeans 
by Tee-Kay in navy and white, a AA 
Sizes 5 to 15. Sale, nair C3«99 


Sale, pair 


JniBor T-Shirt—Ord. 5.00 — Stripes and 
plains to wear with everything and any¬ 
thing you want. In four short ^eeve styles 
with collar and pocket detail. Szes small, 
medium, large. a aa 

Sate,cwdi O.Olf 

Pace Setter Shop, Dept sil 


Save—Closet Storage 

43 Haddon Hall co-m^inating accessories 
in solid or vine pattens; sun gold or avocado 
green. 

&ipar Jumbe 20x20x54” Ssls, mmO 3.M 

JtmUx) Dress Bag, 14x20x54” 1*1% aaeS 3.M 

Jumbo Suit Bis. 14 x3Q9iH‘' Bale, oe^ 3.M 

S-llar Sbelvar. 14x20x54” Sal*, aaeh 4.70 

10.Tier Jumbo Sbelver Bale, each S.M 

lO-Tler 9ioe Master, 8Hsl2Hx54” Bala, each 3.99 
IS-Pookst Shoo Bag. 40x18” Baia. aaeh 2.29 

120Mnpartment Shoo Chest, 25x12x12” Balo. each 9.99 | 

4- a»lf UtfUly Cbast, 25x12x12 ' Bala, each 1.99 

MoOmroof GanDeet Bag. 97”, mv 7 Bate, aaeh 2.99 . 

5- Poehit PoiM Chddp. 9lkl3" aaeh 3.39 < 


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NetionM, Dopt SfS 


Eaton’s Knitting Yarns 

39 1^919* lapaBe—Wfatts, belft mix, tkp, yallow, 

briiht pink, oarAhMJ, turquoise, eopsn. n a u ea groan, 
lunstar, oatmaal, Nile inMi, pssri tr*f. eamel. 

Bala, B-as. skela .79 


49 InByfalr B-Pljr ■ ajuaW kw/Waoi-WWte, pink, 
braom, black, yellow, soarlSC, gray, Biht navy, sapphire, 
sky. turquuiso, groan, Jada, powdsr. light yelkw. 

Bale. 3 balls 4M 


41 NUateo 4-ny M/SS Dwibli White, balge, grey, 
dark brown, l^bC blue, copsn, skipper blue, navy, 
yellow, aqua, rose, Ua^, learlst, Kelly glean, young 
Wlm. BUM, M jm 


39 Spring textura to make the best of 
your appearance. Kabretta, Capri, Patent, aad 
Galaxie In white, bone, pebble, navy, black, red 
and Carnaby tan. Or for now into summer, the 
new synthetics. Shiny, soft, bright, subdued. 
They’re all here, ready to comi^ement your 
wardrobe. Priced so low you'll want to mix 
and match for colour-coKirdinated 

outfits. Sale, each 6.99 

Dartdboge, Z>ept S17 


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Perma-Press T-Shirts 

4S R^. l.BP— GoQon knit T-ahirts 
in biue/white, green/white or pump> 
kin/white, the kind kids wear and 
wear, and mom just pops into the 
washing machine. 4, 6, 6x. 

Sale, each 1.S7 or 2 for 3,07 

44 Fortrel-Oottoa No-lroa Staerta— 
Half boxer waist, 2 dp fly, dome waist 
closing. Blue, green or bronae, tixea 
4. 5. 8, 6X. 

Sale, each 1.37 or 2 for S.S7 


Boys’ ’n’ Girls’ Jumpsuits 

43 Beg. >.H — Cotton and nylon 
streteh terry with zip front—the new¬ 
est, most comfortable way to play. 
Machine washable. Brown/ye&low or 
navy/biue. 4. 5. 8. 6X. Sale. oa. 4.77 

43 Todiers’ #ani|»»2, 3, 3x. Beg. 
4.M. Sale, each 3.37 

47 BodysUmmw — 2-way stretch 
cottMi/nylon knit in yellow or green. 
4.eX. Sale, each 3.37 or 2 for 10.37 


Boys’ Shirts and Pants 

43 SpMlahIrta—Beg. s.M — Perma- 
press F«-trel and cotton with long 
collar, ring-fastened belt. Blue, green, 
gold, 4-8X. 

Sale, each 2.37 or 2 for 4.37 

49 Boys’ Paotfr—Perma-{H%ss For- 
trel/cotton cavalry twill. Blue, green, 
gold. 4-6x. 

Sale, pair 2.37 or 2 for 3.37 

50 Past aad Dreaa Pair — Double 
k?iit Fortrel twosome in yeltow or 
pink. 4-6X. 

Sale, each 4.77 or 2 for 3.37 


Bonnie Brae Sleepers 

33 Beg. g.*»—20% on cotton, nylon 
plush stretdi terry sleepers with dome 
front and legs, dainty picot trim and 
cmbrcadered motif. Machine wash and 
dry. White, aqua, maize, pink. S CO 
10 lbs.), M (10-20 lbs.) and L (20- 
30 lbs.) Sale, each 2.37 or 2 for 4.67 

Boanle Brae Car Beds, 30x14^x9”. 
Beg. irM. Sale, each 13.37 


Bonnie Brae Stroller 

34.. Beg. S7.99 — Spring suspension, 
adjustaMe pusher, chromium plated 
steel undergear. Nylon fringed sun 
canopy, metal shoping basket, foot- 
pan, safety brakes. Sale, each 23.37 
Bonnie Brae Pen/Oib 
33 Beg. 81 .W—Save 6.02 on pen/crib 
of chromium plated tubular steel with 
nylon mesh sides. Telescoping legs 
on casters. Aprox. 27x42”. 

Sale, each 28.37 

ChUdren'i Wear, Dept tIO 


Boys’ **Surfer” Jackets 

62 Hipster model nylon Jacket with 
the "(Sre” wax-wet look. New style 
shirt collar with patch pocket, con¬ 
trasting shoulder stripe. Skiper, green, 
red with white, w gdd with black. 
Sizes 8 to IS. Sale, each 3Jt3 
33 Boys’ Fortrel and Oottoa Uocka 
—Beg. 4.M — Birkdale permanent 
press Kwatron pants with 1 year wear 
guarantee. FabrlLock knees. Blue, 
green, bronze. Kzes 7, 8. 10, 12. 

Sale, piUr 3.33 or 2 tor 7.33 


Nylon Cire Racer Jackets 


31 Repels water an<l. wind. Machine 
washaUe too. Zip-front, snappy cadet 
collar and racing insignia. Red, royal. 
4-6X. Sale, each 3.37 


32 Cotton Camper Jackets — Reg. 
S.49—Rubberized with domed pockets, 
zip front, snap adjustments at wrist, 
drawstring hood and hem. Underarm 
ventilation. Navy, yellow or <bone. 
4-6X. Sale, mth 8.77 


Broadcloth Pyjama Sale 


Boys’ Boncleknit Shirts 

34 Beg. 4.St — Machine washable 
combed cotton, styled with ribbed knit 
neck, cuffs and waistband. Finished 
with a contrasting edge trim. In scdid 
shades of navy, natural or white. 
S.M.L.XL. 

Sole, each 3.33 or 2 fw 3.33 

35 Bateala Brevets — Beg. l.SS — 
Fortrel and cotton in white, banana, 
teal Uue, green. S.M.L. 

Sale, pair .33 or 3 for 2.39 


Boys’ Tee-Kay Cnt-Off s 

33 Tailored toe^h, from fn-e-shnink 
cotton twill or Sanforized cotton den¬ 
ims. Styled with belt loops, double 
stitched main seams. Cotton twill in 
bone, denim in navy. Sizes 7, 8, lO, 
12. Sale, pair 2.23 

Sizes 14, 16, 18. - Sale, pair 3.93 

37 Tee-Bay Ih'eea Jeeai — Pre- 
shrunk cotton twill in amber or gree n , 
or Sanf(»ized navy denims. 

7. 8, 10, 12. Sale, pair 3.93 

Senior boys 14, 16, 18. Bale, pair 4.73 


30 Permanent Press of Polyester 
and cotton. Regular styled Jacket and 
trouser in solid shades blue, willow 
or gold with ccxitrast colour trim. 
8-18. Sale, each 2.33 


31 Beys’ Cotton T-Shirts — Reg. 
1.M—Machine wash and dry Bal- 
briggan cotton in short sleeve, crew 
neck. Sanitized. White only. S.M.L. 

Bale, each .73 or 3 for 2.23 


Sweets for Sharing 

99 Watson’s Scotch Mints — 1-lb. bag. 

Sale, each .49 

96a Cottage Sweet Chocolates — Light and 
dark, assorted centres. Sale, 2*Ib. box 2.69 
93b Riley’s Toffee In Wedgwood design tin 
—15-oz. tin. Sale, each 1.39 

93(? Wilkinson's Licorice Alborts — In bulk. 
Sale, 3-lb. cello bag 1.39 or per lb. .49 

360 j^sorted Toffeen and Carameis — 3-Ib. 
cello bag. Sale, each 1.39 

* CandMS, Dept tlA 


Boys’ Knit ^irts 


13 Fully fashioned aorytic knits in 
V^teck or mock-turtle. In beige, 
green, blue or gold, frfaln shades in 
both models, plus stripes in mock 
turtle. S.M.L.}^. Bale, each 2.73 


39 Perraaoecit Press Dress Bhtrts— 
Reg. S.M—Fashioned from a wrinkle- 
shy Mend M FcKtrel/cotton in long 
point sMt collar, 3 button cuff. Navy, 
btwn, red, 8-18. Sale, each 2-33 


Blids” Boating Shoes 


Durable duck u^rs with grip-type out- 
soles. Cushioned insole and ai^ cushion. Zn 
white or navy. Sizes 5 to 10. 

Sale, pair 

Boys' and Youth-s' Low-Cut Buaiiers—Popu¬ 
lar lace-to-toe low cuts in sturdy duck 
uppers. Zig Zag outsoles with cushioned 
insoles. In black. Sizes 9 to 13. ^ 

Sale, pair 2.99 

Sizes 1 to 5. Sale, pair S.49 

CkfUren’t Sheet, "Dept tS$ 


3.98 


Toimg Men's Shirts 

33 Tee-Kay Dress or Sportshirts — Permanent 
press finished for no-iron wear. Fashioned 
with long-point collar in cotton and Poly¬ 
ester. In blue, gcM, green or melon. 

Sizes 13 to leVs- a 

Sale, each 0.99 


Reg, 9.98—Baaketweave pattern cotton knit 
in V-neck or mock turtle-neck. Stripe trim 
on short sleeve cuffs, neckband and waist¬ 
band. Natural with whiskey/gold colmir, 
navy/powder, lime/grass. In S.M. ^ 

L. (34-44). Sale, each 7.99 


Young Men’s "Tee-Kays” 


71 


72 


7P The latest look in spring season wear. Slim 
fitting “skinny dip” jeans with a flare leg. 
Tailored frcwn pre-shrunk cotton twill or 
blue denim, detailed with 2 front shaped 
pockets. In white or navy blue, buy one in 
each colour to see you through any activity 
knowing you’re right in style. 

Sizes 28 to 34. .. Sale, pair 5.79 


Young Men’t Wear, Dept tSS 










Perma-PreBs Jackets 


33 Bag. 1.Ml—Polyester and cotton 
poplin water repellent jackets, fully 
reveniUe. With 20 buttxxi extended 
collar, elastic waist inserts. Medium 
blue, Mive green, brass reverting 
to tonii^ checks. Sizes 8 to IB. 

Sale. Boeh 1.39 


37 Perma Piisa Spoitikirt — B^. 
4,te—Short sleeve, long point cMlar. 
Lime, sungold, navy, 8-18. 

Bole, each 3.23 


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VlAmelAtto fleets Cotton Bath Mat Set 

01# Stock tip and save on MT Utg. 4M. Add new ool- 
9 tiee<i during this big sale, our and beauty to your bath- 
These soft, warm flannelette room with these machine 
sbeati are machiiie washable washable cotton bath sets, 
and dryabk. Size 80 inches Ud is elasticized, mat has 
by 100 inches. 0-30 resistant back, 2U by 33 

each O inches. Solid shades. Q>40 
Sale, eseb O 
Budget Store, Deipt. 9SM 


Sale, each tl 
Budget Store, DepL 93S 










Paaty Hose Partner Stx«teh NyloM 


StO Keepa pantjr boae in 
place thanks to the toiner ruh- 
leriaed cuff around the leg 
edge. SeU-reinforoed front 
panel over-stltched in blue. 
White in SJI.L.XL. to fit 
waists 25 to 3?', 4^.^ 

Saks. eMh A 

• Budget Store, DopL 901 


•11 Otto Btaw fits • to 
n. Stretdi with *»*^«"* dbmfo 
retention built tn. Bes- -* 
or t pain MS. 

Sale. S pairs 1.30 

•12 Beamleeal^Njf ■; 

Sizes 9 to n. 

•ds. S 

or • pain 1.M 

Storo, Dopt. 901 


Bnmore SoAs 


•la pak -m stretch 

mdoB kuM socks in ataca 9- 

U. MK. Colours 

pate .M or 1 pain 


ai4 Crew Spert Becks: Or-> 
lan/nyka btend. One size fits 
9>11. Bale, pair .•• or 3 

pam !.••. 

Budget Store, Dept 901 


SStylMofBarlefB 

•17 Beg. .m Tlajaared. Rat- 
banded leg or elaatte 1^. Ny- 
kn tricot In s _ii 

Hale, eaeli .«• er a Isr !.■•. 

•IS BUdnl Briefs: Nylon tri¬ 
cot with flat elastic at waM. 
S.M.L. 

Sale, eaek 4» ar 2 far tM 

Budget Store, Dept 901 


2 GMIe Styles 

•IS Nplon and Idrow trieot. 
S.M.LJCL. rtti 25 to 33" 
walat. late, each &?• 

Beg. iJh. Four sizes 

SJULLJCL. Reinforced toa 
and paidy-eection. 

Bale, each .•• or 3 far 

Budget Store, Dogt 901 


PopslsrBns 

•21 OeCICB Citea-Ckiwa ityi- 
log give* firm nvport B34- 
31, 0442. Bala, emte 1.2» 
te 2 ter 2.4S. 

922 Contoured Oisa - Crasa 
Bra, fibre-tiUad, nylon lace. 
A3M6, B32-S8. Sale, each 
UO er 2 for a.t». 

Budget Store, DepL MB 


Oirbi* Co-OrdinBteo Girls* Vinyl Jickete 

•30 Beg. i-W to t.te. Ottoee •»! Vinyl suA 

short shorts. Jamaica shorts laekat is hdly rayon Unad. 

or tank lopa m shades Styled adt h tail ored collar 

and stripes ol stretch terry. aiaJ taro pockets. In Utaeu, 
Yellow, turquoise, red. f .m anhalepe. To dean Just wipe 
o->- 4 ,^ X with soap and water. Staw 

7 to 14. 0«SS 

Bale, each B-U !.•• O 

Budget Store, Dept, 910 Budget Store, Dept. 910 


Budget Store, Dept. 9it Budget Store, Dept. 911 


Budget Store, Dept. 911 


Budget Store, Dopt. 911 


Budget Store, Dopt. 911 


Budgot Store, Dopt. 911 Budget Store. Dept. 911 


Perma Press Dresses Girls’ ’*Stove Pipes’* 


S2S Beg. MB to CB6. Fortrel 
pdyestcr and combed o^too 
blend for permanent press, 
Sootdigaztl troated, washable, 
no Ironing requhwd. 4 styles, 
% or short sleeves. 44x and 
7-13. 4 .49 er.49 

Bale. Mck 4 to «l 


U4 Beg. i-BB. (Brig' panto 
have zipper side ehMinc, belt 
loops wttta tie belt Theat 
cotton panto an waabable. 
In stripes and bright Ameri¬ 
can prints. Siaea 7 Q.9B 


Budgot Store. Dog*. 910 Budget Store, Dopt. 91$ 


Boys’ T-Shirto 

SM Bag; I.M. Ptema-preis 
Nubbly cotton vdtfa mock 
turtieneck and teiort aleeves. 
4-4i. Gakars tveay, Bh a a ito . 
green. Sale, 2 ten 2.79 
•27 Bate k erhaitesr Bhmto: 
Beg. MB. Cotton tsrin, fly 
Croat, boxer watot 44ix. 
Colom hmni, xmwy, grasn. 
•Idi. er 2 tor 

Budgot Storo. Dopt. 910 


4 Men’s BrmeiDore Style ^oes mt One Price 


S2S D S-Byntoc 71a Vmap: fXaig s wIS in aoies tori nteber 
heels. Black, Brown. BlilAed skfa. D width only. 

8 s-Byi l»4 yiasilisr Oaterd; T rat her iq ipers and soles. 

Rubber heels. Btoek only. E and EEE width, 
r Twin Btia Osea fltoOn: Stttdi Vamp. Ctampo- 

sitka rubber aoteB, nte bto faecls. Blaek. braam. D width. 


Sitka rubber aoteB, 


s-Bjeted MAto ttaterii Le aihir impel end soles. Robber 
he^ Btecfc, taroisn. E and EEE aldihs ’IA-99 

(Not IDuetratad) IMe. pMS IIT 

Budgot Store, Dept. 007 


Sheets, Pillow Cases 

•S3 Reg. t. 4 B to 4 JB. Single 
flat 72x90". Sale, each S.tel; 
Double Flat Bale n. 

4.2R; Single Fitted, 39x75*'. 
Bale. ea. •.••i Double Fit¬ 
ted. 54x75”, Sale. ea. 4.29: 
Cases, 42x33", Sale, pair 
le^9* 

Budget Store, Dept. 93t 


Foam Bobber Pillow 

•33 Bm. 43e. For a great 
night's Meep. Non-allergenic 
Ventitoam foam rubber, con- 
structed with no seams. Cbm- 
piete with a Sanforized cover 
for added protection. Q-B2 
Bale, eachO 

Budget Store, Dept. 9SS 


Goat *■ Gown Set 

•!• A pretty ttdft lowB and 
matching coat that bottona 
down the front Easy-eoza 
cotton, ^ays cool and liadi 
on the hottest days. Sizes 
S.M.LJCL., to pink and blue 
floral print. >|«4e 

Sale, Sri 4 


Budget Store. Dept. 901 


Sbortie Duster 

•19 Rag. BJB. Bandy nund- 
the home dostor to bright 
fiorals ot blue, pMt, gold on 
rayon sateen. Short sleeves 
and patch pockets. Yoke 
neekUoe, button trint Sizes 
S.M.L.XL. d.OS 

Bale; caeh 


Budget Store, Dopt. 901 


Budget Store, Dept. 9ll 


(Mb’ Colottce 


•9S Beg. B.BB. Washable 
h ea v y eotten rolntten have 
harried waist and back zip¬ 
per. Oxiaae from three styles 
to bine, yellow and red. Size 
range 7 to 14. 9*^ 

mi 


Budget Store, Dopt. 910 


2 Styles of Dress ^oes, Wide Widtii 


•9S Diaaa rmapa: Tapped iritti a window frame and smooth 
little bow ee the vamp. In smoodiBBt bona le af fae r or dreesy 
bUek patent C and E width. 


BUp-Oa Panpi Has eoCMee tv a hkawd taaola tor hours and 
hours of comfortable wear. In gold or ntot leather CA9 
with a noD-ckid ripple eole. B or D width, tale, yr. " 


Boys’ Club dmeket 

•32 Beg. 4.BS. Pop-o-lin jac¬ 
ket is water tepellent due to 
a blend of acetate and 
cwnbed cotton. Styled with 
pointed otHlar, zip front. Sizes 
4, 5, 6 . 6 x n.gg 

Sato, asch O 


Budget Store. JiepL 910 


Flannelette Sheets 


•34 Soft, warm cotton flan¬ 
nelette sheets, machtoe wash 
and dry. Fitted. Elastic cor¬ 
ners and ends 
Twia, Beg. LSe. 

Bale, each 2-49 
noufate. Beg. 4.to. 

Bale, sack 9.49 


Budget Store, DepL 986 




B udg e t Store, Dopt 997 


fclill (tolautri. Victofio, B.C.. Sunooy. April 12, 1470 


Eaton s Budget Stores 






Triple Knit Dresses Crimp Knit Dresses Ididles’ PiUlovers Crimp Knit Shorts Womoi’BTnklVips Women's T-SUrts JamnicB Shorts Crimp Knit Fnnts 

•01 Smartly detailed hand 902 CSnbae from short. SSB Popular with skirtB and •94 Features cUatic waist ••• Two*way stretch tmry 907 During this greet sale « w kl. , . * _ 

iMshah^ Anwi .TArc*w airM. m- -« «— .ivIm ■* — j j>* a... _ _ .... - » .. .. ... ••• Tncse waataabw JaiDai- 909 StovcBlne style wb 


•01 Smartly detailed hand 
washable Atnei Jersey dres¬ 
ses for summer. Choose short- 
sleeve s^le in aqua, mbit, 
peach, lUac and yellow. Size 
range U to 20 . and 15V9 to 
34^. t <>.•• 

n*to Aod 


•02 CSwbse from short, 
sleeve or sleeveless stjdes to 
hand-washable crimp knit. 
Smartly detailed to navy 
green, coral, turquoise, pink, 
lilac. Misses 12-20: Womm's 
16H-24M: Juniors 7 
U-15. Sato, each 40 


9 te 3 Popular with skirtB and 
dreaaei. , . acrybci with the 
crotchet look. Sizes small, 
medium and large to wtote, 
pink, mau>« and black. Buy 
several at these low 4 .•• 
prices. Bale, eaeb ^ 


•94 Features clastic waist 
and neat fit Aqua, green, 
pink, navy, white, lp-18. 

Bate, eaok 2.79 
90S Jamaica Style Shorts: 
In same colours as above. 
Washable, elastic waist. 10-18. 

Sato, each 2a99 


••• Tvro>way stretch tmry 
in sizes S3(.L. WashsUe 
tank tope have round neck- 
IbH, sleereless. Colours of 
yellow, bbie, pick and green. 
Buy several for summer at 
Ihtoe low prices. *>i99 

Bale, eacli ^ 


907 During this great sale 
stock up on dwrt slaava. 
sleeve leu T-shirts with 
V-neck, round tar seoop«eek 
styles. T-shirts come in as¬ 
sorted colours in sizes small, 
medium and large Q.79 
Sato, each ^ 


999 These waabsbto Jamai¬ 
ca idwrts have an elasticized 
waist and cesne in odours of 
yeDow, Uu«, pink and green. 
Two-way stretch tmry ma¬ 
terial. Sizes 10 to 18. 0.99 
Bate, eaek ^ 


•99 Stovepipe style with 
elavtieised waist featnre. Size 
range 10 to 18, in navy, lilac, 
pink, yellow and aqas. Buy 
a Qolour variety (or your cas¬ 
ual summer wardrobe, f^.99 
Sale, each * 






























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Fashion Fabrics to Sew 
For Easy Summer Living 

15” Printed Cotton Petit Point Pique 


Ti 111 ® texture of pique paired the look of petit pdnt so beautifully printed you’d 
think you wre looking at woven designs. Make into pant suits, skimmers, coordinates for 
a wash ’n’ wear &unmer. Florals and novelties, predominantly: Red, yellow, 
bright green, rose, tangerine, turquoise, black, brown, royal mauve. 1.39 

yard A 

Perma Press Prints Print ’n’ Plain Wahoo 

?• 45” sportswear cottar duck In “patches" and M 45" Permanent PreM cuttan canvu fltffals, 
other new '70b designs. Great for travel and casual noveltiet, strfpea, dots, modem ... to miy 'n' 
outAta. Prints are outstanding. A hand- ^ OO match with plains (4 white, jvlkw, red, sage green, 

washable easy-care fabric. Bate, jmrd bright, blue, rose, tengerine. BoU) at ^ g*g\ 

the same low price. Sate, yard 


77 Machine-washabla twill screei-prtnted in-florate, 
paialeya. g eome t ries. Pale sbadee with beige, blues, 
pink, lltec, green, navy and black. High feshion 
tones for co-ordinBted ooslumes. ^ 

Bate, yard AaW 


79 Perma press cotton hand-screened in season’s 
latest designs. Yellow, red. royal, iMwn, g ree n , 
toast, black, orange, turquoise predominate. Easy- 
care and hand-washable. O QO 

Sate, yard 0>»cl 

46” Printed Pique 

79 Orease-resistBut, aasy-carc oo^m in hand- 
screened Oorals. ge<Haatrics. modem: Brown, blue, 
green, turquoise, royal, yvilow and red iffedondnate. 
Washable, little ironfatg. 

BiOe, yard M.Oaf 


90 Bree 2 y. washable, Fortrel-and-cotton to see you 
through a long, hot Summer, bi new < 9 en weave 
designs, the colour ornnbtaiatlans up-beat and ready 
to rival a garden in full bloom. ^ OQ 

Bate, yard Xavcf 


99 Polycstar njdiB ceOun, riisnptetebi aagy-carc 
btend tat ww Oirraigh itrss asa. Wont. Itngiila Off 
white, pink, aqua, j^kw, areen, iuac. - - 
VerutSa la wear. Bate, yart l.lo 

46” Broadcloth Blend 

99 Polyeiter/eotton, Santtvlzed, msreetixed and 
easy-care. White, medium and H gte jdWt, aqua, 
mauve, coral, light blue, yeilaw, Wedgwood, mint! 
turquoise, goU, royal and red. . 

Beg. Bate, yard 1.28 

36” Fine Broadcloth 

90 Ctenbed cotton In champagne, fl^/ningD, white, 
light pink, medium pink. Ught Uue, medium Uue! 
aqua, maroon, tropica] blue, yellow, gold, maqve, 
ecru, melon, red, coral, light g r e e n , moss, 
paddy, navy, Idaek. Bale, yard 080 


Fortrel Cable Weave 

9 i 45'* machine-washable, wiinkla and sbrlok'Te’ 
slstant novelty fabrics for everything from pant suits 
to tunics. White, medium green, brown, red and 
navy in toe textured group. ^ KO 

Bate, yard X*09 

45” Cotton Sheers 

93 Sadn-strlpe voile fcH' blouses, dresses, cUld- 
rcsi’s wear. White, Ught blue, yellow, aqua, pink, 
lilac, green, beige, salmon and navy, in the easy- 
care, washabla selectiosL q Ofa 

Bale, yard MaivaJ 

Flocked Leno Sheer 

83 Perma Press Dacron/cottoo with leno stripe, 
clipped Sock. Aqua, yellow, sherbet, Nile green, 
turquoiM, Whitehall with white flock; also 
white with red flock. .a 

gale, yard X.Od? 


91 Santarized oottan, Retento finish. Mix-mateb 
stripes, idaids, {dains. Faded blue. ptiA. orange, 
yellow, hhgtit green, mid blue, hot pink and red. 
An easreare farbric from New T«k. . 

Sate, yard 1.08 

Faahia* Fairiet, D«pt tSi 


Tiiriftwise Bargains Await You Now 
Oitfit the Whole Family—You Save 


1Icb’ 9 Sports Co^ Men’g Dress Slacks Dress Shirts Men’s Dress Shirts 


•99 Bag. MjIb. S^abreM- 

ad Mgbtwte gld coat s^ 

with Motton froet Faite 
kaad tnm wliils ilii bteM 
fld pjyastea/ilauuas. ftia^ 
of BBtakiy, bine, gr^ aril 
fTMte. In c he chi . aliipea 
regoter and tails, 

UM. 24*** 

Bb 1% aaeh 

Buigat Start, D*pU $U 


939 Be. ll-ML Dacrcn/Avril 
blend in a hopsa<^ weave. 
Two styles to choose timn: 
regular belt kxjp or self-sup¬ 
porting modd. Blue, brown 
or loden. Young mat's 28 to 
36. Re^ar 80 DB9 

to 42. Sato, pair ^ 


Budget Start, Dtpt 918 


940 Spring's newest, deep- 
tnoe shades. Shirts are In 
care-Cree permanent press tor 
easy care. All are kaig 
sleeved with ecnvertible cuffs 
and long-pointed collars. 
Colours of gold, green, Uue 
and bro w n. Sizes 14W to 
16H. Q.t9 

Bade, ead O 

or 3 tor 9.99 


94t Fashioned fron perma¬ 
nent press polyester/coCtan. 
Styled with hemmed short 
sleeves, contour - cut body, 
regular perma-stay collar. 
Coiouri at white, mint, blue, 
gUd. Sizes itW to 17. 0.99 
Bate, each 

<w 3 tor 4.99 


Budget Stare, Dept 988 Budget Stare, Dept 988 


Bairtiide Jackets Blcn’s Casual Slacks Styligh ^wrtahirts Men’c Knit Shirts 


949 Bava B48 — Bog. BtJf. 

Man’s w sstuu fringed styled 
Jacket faatures buttem front 
and full aadn lining. Split 
leather material In tan only. 
Sizes 35 to 46. QQ.99 

Bala, oaeh^ 


Siid^f 5ters, J^spt 988 


949 Sava 441 am t patas. 

Begk BJH ea. Hard-wearing 
pennanent press slacks with 
Scotehgatd wsaranty. SUgM 
taper with plain bottoms. 
SizsB 30 to 44. Legs »3014. 
32. Beige, dark Uivc C-** 
or pewter. Bate, pair ^ 

or a tor 12.99 

Budget Store, Dept, 888 


944 Sazrforlzed, permanent 
press, machine washable 
podyester/polynoslc broad- 
doth qxrt shirts. Styled with 
contou^out body, breast-poc¬ 
ket in blue, green, gold, tan. 
S.M.L.XL. 9B9 

Bate, each £l 

•t 2 tor 4.99 

Budget Start, Dept. 988 


94B Teny clotti shirts styled 
with rib-kUt nedtband. w^st- 
band and sbat-sleeve cuffs. 
Mas Dontrasttng strip oi neck¬ 
band and cui 6 . range 
small, medium and large. 
Green, gold, white, 9*99 
Uue. Bate, each « 

or 3 for 1.49 

Budget Stare, Dept. 988 


Thriftily Priced Sundries for Savings. Stock-up Now : 

P 


BIsb’s Underwear 

949 Beg. 8 fm !.«. Combed 
cotton T-shirts. S.MX>.XL. 
Bate. 9 ter 3.99. CMtea 

Bour Bhoite. Machine wasb- 
abte, ebutlo w^ SJCJOCL. 
Bate, 3 tor 2.99. Beg. 
1 far 2B9. Oombed cotton 
tops and taevets. Brevets 
S.M.LJCL. Jen^rs B.M.L.XL. 
Bate, 2 ter 2.22. 

Budget Stare, Dept. 988 


Men’s Pyjamas 

947 Cotton broadcloth, ma¬ 
chine washable. Sizes A to 

E. Bate, pair 3.99 « 2 ter 
2.72. Men’s Aakle BscAs. 
Beg. 141. Blended wool/ 
nylon. Sizes 10 to 12. Biriei 
pair .99 at 2 pairs 2B9. 


Budget Stare, Bopl. 988 


Work Pant, Siirt 

94a Beg. T4B. Men’s perma¬ 
nent press hard-wearing pants 
with belt kxxM, cults, 30 to 
42. OllvewDOd, spruce g ree n . 

■ate, each 9.99 

949 Bag. •4i. Hard-wearing 
paima-pren work Biiria with 
p ud eet B . Sizes 14M to IB. 
Spruce given, tan. 

Bate, eaeh 4.99 

Budget Stare, Dept. 8U 


Boys’ Clothing 

MO. Ball Boxar Styled 
Jooae. Bog. 84B. Sanforized 
cotton denim in sizes 7, 8 , 10. 

12. Bate, pair 2.19 

921 Braemora Biuiela, Bar- 
aeys. Bag. I ter 34B. Combed 
cot to n, Tn«r.hhM> wBshaUe. 
Sizes 8 . (B-10), M. KU*!!), L. 
(IB-IB). 

Bal^ 2 ter JU9i 

Budget Start, Dept 98d 


■eeWie Hilr Oarior 

M A useful beauty aid that 
adapts to all kinds of hair 
styles, makes it easy for you 
to Itaep up to the newest 
trends in hair-dos. Quick and 
easy to use for flattering 


Bale, each 


8.79 


E9tan*BllotkCr7MUri 

97 Time to store away win¬ 
ter wear and keep it safe. 
These crystah contain para- 
dicMorbenzene to help keep 
moths and their larvaa out of 
clotolng and tmholiteted fur¬ 
niture, rugs. 3-lb. bag. 


Bale. ^ tor 


1.59 


EBta’i A. 8 .A. IMileto 

92 TaUet 5 grabs 

acetylsalicTllc acid. A frut- 
aettog remedy for bead, rheu- 
matle and muscular aches 
and pain. Family-size b^le 
of 500 taUets to keep QQ — 
handy. Bate, each 07C 

M WUtew Seap TUiteta—In 
.l-oz. toilet size. Individually 
wrapped. 


1.19 


BOO Lady Fair quality, rw# 
ply Boowy white tlnues B 
jumbo sii^ 500 double-aheit 
box. Each, approx. 7''i4% 
Buy supply to fill nurseiw 
kitchen and genei^ famlh 

2 1.39 

101 Eatea’s Motet Tow^ 
•ttes — Handy fw removine 
make-up anytime. Packagm 
trf 24. Reg. tSc. 

Bate, each O^C 


48*g, Soaftary Napklnf 

■3 Lady Fair's nft, abscr- 
bent quality In eocoomlcal 
boxea of 48 n^pkias. Cvitour- 
ed for aomfoit, constzuoted 
for xxxMhato and SaiUthad to 
check odou^causing bacteria. 
Stock-up savings. | 

Sale, box • 


Vlbn Qneea VIIntoM 

24 Equipped with three ap> 
plieatatv—for skte, aealp or 
muwle massage. Works on 
lU vnlii. 80 orete. Complete 
with B4t. attadsd oozd ready 
to ease tired miaeles, help 
elrcuIatioQ. 

Bate, f « f 7 


JteA 


Boys' iBrtKti 

2B Bog. B4B. tamcrc Jac¬ 
ket at Tattni/eattai. Wash* 
udw ear wrtnkie-shedding 
fabric. Styled with a ootton- 
kidt ooilar, cuffs, partial 
watetband. Navy, green or 
duk browa. lined. Sizes 8 to 
IB. Bate, each 4.M 


Boys* Tanio Jacket 

•23 The new, popular "wet 
kx)k'' nylon Jacket. Styled 
with self collar and cuffs, full 
. zipper ckmn-e, 3 patch pock¬ 
ets, elastic back waist. S. 
(8-10), M. (12-161, L. (16-18). 
Green, navy or gold. 

Sate. (Mb 8.79 


Boys* Caonal Wear Boya’flamiBer Wear 


994 ApadH BMrtel Bag. 

•4B Pcrmanefit press poiyes- 
ter/cotton with Icng-potnted 
collar. Lime, gted cr aqua. 
8-18. Bate, eaeh 2-99 


Beg. t4t. Permanent prasi 
treated knit riiirts witti mock 
turtlenoA. Sizes 8-16. 

Bate, each 2.39 


Bag. ajs. Sanforized cotton 
twul or aavy dadm. Styled 
with belt loc^. 8-18. Assorted 
stripes or navy dadm. 

BMe, pair 4M 

M7 Bite Styled iamm. keg. 

l.N. Choice Sanfmized cotton 
twill or denim. Styled with 
bait loops, 8-18. Bale, 3.M 


Bbi^oU Bnbbcr Okrvcf 


^2 Finn, textuzad, moukled 
rubber, Ikted to ^ on and 
off casOy. Gtm p rot e ction for 
your hnods wfan doing messy 
houmhoM eborap or uring 
strong det Bg e uta or Meaefaea. 
S.MX.JCL. Reg. LU pair. 

Bate. 2 pate* 1 *59 


HMdy Britt Hbmcw Z 

29 By CbarteMraft 
aaae muMle aehw aal zattev* 
teaskXL Ckn ateo be a ^leiw 
utfci Mbnulator. Uea for hl^ 
MwnW s r , neck. tUgh. cal^ 
back or arm nateags 1 ^ 

55.59 


Budget Stare, Dept 988 


Budget Store, Dept. 988 


Budget Start, DepU 988 


Budget Start, Dept 988 




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EATON’S 


Trans Canada Super 


Birkdato Quality. 6.00 To Boot 


ut Mtg. tf .0fr-4aoti tlwt at rtiiar piiot you woid^ m piaud to 
own, cooM to yoa at &00 mtap. Hm ai» JuH mm «C tbi 
huktoouM itylM now avaUiOila at om tov prtoi; k. BtaMvaM Mack 
cttf balmoral; B. S-tnoh donbli ton CSithea boot hi l OoBi blick and 
brown; C Twcxy^t fine grain ikln atitched mocctalii In black and 
brown; 0. Elastic top fine grain aUa stitch moccasin sli]>-oa lA black 
and brown; E. Long wing floe grain doubh sole broguea hi brown; or 
Double Mlt plain tot wattr bison bkicher in black and brown. Many 
mert to dtooat fron, slMs 7 to 13. 




Af«R’a Clothing Dept, ttP 

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llra't, fS(rNM{Rff>. Dept, tti 

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107 Short filecive Sport fflibi—PermaiMiit padcTi go klsure 
shirts tailored in a crtspi wrlnkle^imigging blond of Dacron «»mI cot* 
ton. New needs ironing. Contoured body shirt with regular collar 
in bluo, green or gold solids, or blue, graen, gtdd, Ivown overdiedu 
14.17^4. 

3.99 


lf.«*9 SkoM, thpi. ttr 


Beg. 7.00—ImpceHlva savings on hnturiout Blikdali loag^toe^ 
burtacts shirts toat never need ironing, tey ftnahi eri^ kKddBg 1 
day. Soft, medium point collar styling ftMch eutto. Ih green, blu 
gold or white. State 14H-17. 


o, 3 . 0.14 


Blrkdale Two-Trouser Suit Sale 


too Beg. 1U.0I. Baceptlonal fashion vah» on an eadvalve ccdlec* 
tton o< wool w(»etad ntts, tailored to our esaottog ^acttleetloae by a 
top Canedlan maker. Oealc. shaped and ooBtemporary modali 
in two^Nitton, itande* or doubls braaetod styUniB wito a dtoloe of 
dev aide or centre vents. Note the expert detaithag, the Ban^ 
waistband and hygienic Sanltted lining. Sdect from the Spring 
*70 collection of checks, plaids, stripes and self-waavta in new 
thadlngs of blue, grey, brown, bronse or olive green. Available in 
stosi 37 to 46 regular, 36 to 43 short, 38 to 46 tall. Make Spring 
your season to save on a go-anywhere suit 


Sale Of Wrinkle-Shrugging Shirts 


QA.99 

Sale, Z-tromer suit 


21-00 




















jatS^InljirtiC VietoHa, 8.C., Sunday, April 12, mo 


Value-Packed Image Builders For 
Den Striving to Shape Their Future 


Men’s Knit Shirts Broadcloth Pyjamas BirkdaleUnderwear Neckwear and Hose Bemingrton Shavers 


IM Ori. BJS. Head for the smidifaie 
... |st ready fw travti in diort deeve 
Ban44]n knit ddrts. Tm> popular ftiQy 
fashioned stylee by a ti^ maker, both 
with easy care quaUties. Qassic 3-but¬ 
ton plaquet or nxxdc hntle with easy 
action ra^an shoulders. Note contrast¬ 
ing trim (m neckband. In rich dlive 
green, honey, tan or com. Sizes amaJi 
(34 - 36), medium 
(38 - 40), large 42- _ 

44), extn iazge 46.\. 

Sale, each 


IM Old. 18^ ^)ecial dearanoe from 
a (^nafflan manufacturer makes it poe- 
aible to Ining you tfaeae values. (Tnmir 
sleepwear, i^ieroiisly cut, in a silky, 
wrinkle shying blend of Dacrcn and 
a)ttan. Never needs ironing. Ehsy 
action raglan sleeve jacket stsding. 
Trousers feature elastic back waist, 2- 
button front adjinstment, and butUxi fly. 
In stripes and fancies; A (32 - 34), 
B (36-38), C (40- ^ _ 

42), D (44-46), E K.W 

(48-50). Sate, pair 


iM Sag. 84X1. Crew nedc T-shirts 
of sttft, resDent Fortrd and oimbed 
cotton. White mily. SJklL. XL. 

Sale, each 1.W or 2 for 2.M 

118s Broadclotii Boxer Shmli. Of 
Fortrel/cotton with no-bdt waistband. 
In brown, gold, fern. S.H.L.XL. 

Sale, each 1.M or 2 for 3.69 

liab jerseys and Briefs —Beg^ 14i0. 
Smooth blend of wrinkle ihy Fortrel 
and combed cotton. White tmly. S3f.L. 

XL. Sale, each 3.16 or 3 for 3,^ 


117 Ihe season's newest neckwear, 
designed in tte bolde.8t diapes and 
styles. Clhoose frmn a wide rai^ tA 
sUipes, plains and patterns. 

8ak,ea«A 1,69 

117» Birkdale Nyloa Stre t c hy Dress 
Hose. Clioose from two popular lengths, 
comfort fashioned in a smooth rib of 
nylon. Gold, navy, avocado, jade, grass, 
lig^t olive, tobacco or black. One size 
fits 10 to 12. 

Ankle length. Beg. 14X). 

Sale, pair 1.16 or 3 for 3.36 

Mid length. Beg. 2.00. 

Sale, pair 1.36 or 3 for 3.66 

M»n'a FumuAtnjw, DapU Sti 


li* Fathez^s Day b not far away, here 
is a perfect gift to update his shaving 
habits. Men's Renington RoUectric with 
six dlaroond-honed cutters ^ves a 
smoother, cloeer shave with preddon 
sharpness. In beautiful presentaticm case 
with cleanii^ brush and cord, you just 
wrap with a bow. advantage of 
these Tram Canada Savings to buy the 
gift ahead of time, If you can k^p It 
from him that long. 

Model 657. 1 

Sale, each Xw 


SAaiier’x, Dtpt, Sit 


Selling Monday, April 13, to Saturday, April 18 


- All-Weather Coats Reversible Jackets Men’s Sport Jackets Perma-Press Slacks Perma-Press Shorts 


IM Beg. 29.05-Save 5JI. Versatile 
rairra«sr tailored expressly for us by 
a top Canadian maker. Birkdale perm¬ 
anent press raincoats, sklfully fash¬ 
ioned in a ridi blaid at Fortrel and 
« cotton. Never need inming. Protected 
r by Scotdigard rain and stain repeUer. 
2 Set-4a sleeve styling witii bultcHi-throu^ 
Bratit and nxxny slash podfets. Cboose 
<dve, green, navy orMge. Sizes 
r 36-4i ngular. 1642 
S shirt, 38-49 m 

IT Hsr’i Dapf. Stt 


116 Bcf. 1S.M. X>» luxe seeUte/eottOB wster 
repellent jacket is b" long, fultr rrvenible 
when you change your mbK). Cadet «)Uar haa 
knit trim. In cement/ 
black, mint/green, ban- 

ana/lncwn, tan/tecwn. ^ fiO 

In sizei 36 to 46. 


111 4B.W. When ft comea to coot aelf 

assuraiace nothing eomparea to toe atyllng in 
theaa Birkdale all wool Engliah tweed iporta 
jacketa. In an aaBortment o< aubtle patterns. 
Soft grey, broiee, olive, 
blue, green. 37-46 regu- QQ 

Jar. 36-*a abort. 38-46 g .OgJ 

talL Baia. eaek ■ 


116a BlMaie **nilelaU'' Dacra/avrtl Blaeka 
—Bag. ms. Parmanent pren so you just pc^ 
them .into the wnbET. Made of the new tlue e- 
eiilml putyiisiW tarfcartre In toe eotoura. Chooee 
Iron Carlo stosight leg model or Colt raguiar 
leg modal, ba6i in Utoa, 

brown, jade, w t iMwy , OO 

lime. UtW 

Sale, pair 


lltuBMdaie ImmaBala All-Wool Flawel 
Blaefen—Beg. SSJS. Sla(^ to eocrdlnate with 
Maser or Jacket, permenent preaa to retain 
their Drat wear lot^ Zb dureeal, ii ghf grey, 
bottle green, marled 

brown, Uiriit beatfaer. m0 QQ 

36-46 fuU cut, 2M8 slim. 1 
Bale, pair 


442 Ord. 8.98- Excelteit value fai cas¬ 
ual slacks: the T^iylena and cotton 
gabardine permanent press vrith a soil 
release finldi and nylon zipper, lliis 
pant is a^q;>roved by Eaton’s Research 
Bureau. In 3 models: full cut 32 - 44, 
dark tdlve, ttdiiskey, charcoal: Ivy trim 
cut 30-42, daric olive whisky, Uue, 
beige; and self sui^orter (adjust- 
aUe inside tab) 28- 
38, dark olive, trills- 
key, black. 

Sale, pair 


441 Old. 5.98. It’s time to hit the 
fairways and catch a bit of sunshine. 
What better way than in these smartly 
styled Terylene and cotton shorts, all 
In self supporter style with adjustable 
Inside tabs. They’re crease resistant toa 
In even axes 30 to 40: <dive, whiskey 
or brige. Match with slacks (left) for 
a cemBiafee casual w«ar outtit to savs 
money whiU you 
look your best ^^*00 

Sale, pair *X! 

Mtn'a Chtkinff, DapU iSt 


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its Trlomah NeenlM Bag » 
1448 — warm 8 -I 6 '. Foitn! 
flUlDg, 35x76”, fuU dp^ . 


%fjm 40x40^. 


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EATON'S 

Trans Canada Super^ 


Sale 


Gordie Howe Approved Bioyoles 


U 8 Hm 8p0e4 BMdMr— 
Bflg. 6248 BuOt for fpMd 
and easy riding. Quality Stur- 
nwy Ardier gean, and ftrmt and 
rear calipar brakea. Men’s car¬ 
mine red, women's 
lime green. —^ 

8ala»aMh 57«88 


iM A bike for eytry member 
of the family.* Boys’ man’a, 
gi ^ en ; girls', wtKnen’s, turquoiae. 

si d swatt laeesi, 

Bate, moh 4S.M 

Junior modal, S'*-3f". 

8iiU«, aadh 47.M 
TeensEB model, 21 "^". 

■ela. aaaa 4i4t 


9‘z9' Tent 

tm lag. BI48-«’X9' 


tm BI48-«’x9' pola 

fiM faitanBr with aeven itaot 
cMbra, dean four. With aewn- 
iB floor, aiorm flip, Mnitng, 
rear window, rolHip atorm 
flap. Inchidaa polaa, ropaa, 

satab iMk 44*88 


Save on Fortrel Sleeping Bags 


tM De Luxe gleep l ^ Bh — 
Beg. 85J8-35X80” Fortrel and 
foam Inaulated, foil roll-up hood. 

Bala,aaelitlM 


isa WaadlMH daadli >^1 ~ 

B«f. uja—Ro^ bfya iMpUb oover, 
flaanal IMna, MTa”, 4 ■TltMnDe- 
iena on. 

flMa^ eaeh fluWI 


ISS boaafa O 

A4Mta to ntea 
ItaiDOTMUa 11 oa 
aoMT. 


CM — aea^r 


Summer Fun In 16-f t. Canvas Canoe 

iit Baaad oo the ikflled craftamanaUp of tha Huron Indiana, 
thaae eanoai comUna teated dadgn with mooam matarlala. Framee are 
from aelact, long-lading cedar. Cover la tough, iraathar raddlna 
canvaa^oated in extra-hard polyurethane. DepmlF*, 4 aa 
beam 36”, weight 65 Ibe. In red or green, lue, aaah lOlltUll 




VBMf LMb eaflb*ii far adulti sad ehlldrea 

m»g. 441 fa 141. 


Timely Vacation Savings on Boata, Motors. Trailers 


weight, only 90 Iba. and will mny up to uO Iba. Eaay to 
manoeuvre, aCrong ahtmlninn hull nat foam floatation duun- 
ben bulh Into laata. Rdntoreed tranaom beliht 15”. With 
oarioeks, two item handiaa, D.O.T. ratad 

at 7H hj?. Beam 52”, depth 94”.^^ ^ 199 QO 


181 vndiig PreddM wglMired • 
h.p. motor, phii hlaintwnn Oarlop 
Boat, and ^Hriag 

Sale, omnpleta 869.00 


3M TeaBli8et — Beg.848- 
Con^dete with 5 ply nylon ladcet 
adjudible pnnii 3 balla. 

8ali,aatF.49 


Basketball Set 


kid Complete with ball, goal 
and net. oMcial junior ahee. 

aaie, eel 1.49 


140 Bsf. uji^epsaaw naae 

not to iii Wn iii nMdfah LsaiMr- 
•tto «ad i to M wm fii. yii**. ssasintotMi, 
DO damps we smwt twsdtad. BUA, 
nd. bills. IslR «am 840 


141 Oval styto sat mMh faBfa— 
asg. t4e. Ufa. asM 3.ra 


iafastoXvi dsisfasHij. Ptfpt Ut 


Snapiiy Bikes for 

ksa ‘'11ieWUp”BlriMOeaet- 
ar Kke—ComUnea aD racy fea¬ 
tures Into one electric green 
bike. Cantilevered foame, white- 
wail tires, banana seat, backrest 
plus much more. 

Leg 22-20”. Bale, ea. 48*88 


Boys and Olrls 

kM Bead Ebm Sidewalk 
BOms -«• A convartlUe bike for 
boya or girls, flnely balanced for 
duraUUty. Electric green WBamel 
with white trim, protective 
chain guard, coaster 
brake. 22-26”. 

38.88 


Gtolf Set, Bag, Car^ Oompleto 08.99 

as7 eaifatoagae v pew Mi rkki idfoatte OalfliM—Bag. 

BhAfU rf tt mptM Med wm lii^ _,__ 

piiM e 1 


BhAftt of toffllM 
iidn frlpi ptit 
faetiMs. 


AM ethar d« hdfa 

42.99 


188 Strokemaster Golf Cart—Beg. 17A8. 
Complete aet of ciubi, bag and evt 


Sale, eaeb tB .99 
Bala, aac m.— 


■MiA 


De Luxe Birkdale Apollo Luggage Flight Bags 


kM Approved by Eaton’i RiiHrch Bureau, thie didliietividy modem 
luggage ia lightweight, takei maximum abuae. Featurat Sanltfaid 
matching interiori. raoe a aed loda, moidded ABB panela and molftun 
and duet refaatant cloauraa. 


Man'! Shortrip, two or three 
suit Bet. IU6 to 47.98. 


Women'i train cane, tmnity, 
waeknd, puUfflaiL wa r d r 0 b e. 


■«. iiK to«.«. ' 


tMmSrnSr . 




Fictnre-TaUng-Tims Values on Cameras* Projeotors 

148 HHtmex ”1 a 506 k44 AlBM IMrfaBa Imtoat k4a IM aai mmm tm Om- 

B-Ptuteolar-SSMkl deluxe asmi- Loadtoa CMMra KBa - Solid I 

autooMtic, 500 watt with >toto alaotnudo abutter ipaed Ky*” ** 

straight and round tiajm. flvm l/300to to 18 aecoidl. .„ __ 

WIJB^o_ol°Ur J2. ?12Lr'-tSt«rTi>l 


■s» — AutomaOc CDS 
CamwroM, Dept. $J§ 




•“ ■ — Head Restraint 

a 884 . 0 lv PoLveatcr W ae fa was W faUMe m 


k884-ply Polyeater 
aeed liliB. buBt low to 
leduce ddewah flex¬ 
ing. Guaraotaed for 40 
mfe driving ttontha. 


ijs-u SSli ti.17 SS 

rja-u Bai mn mM 9Lii 

r. Ti-u ||4i aa.Ti mae «.n 

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EATON'S 


Trans Canada Super 


Tufted Propylon Twist 12-ft. Shag Broadloom 


149‘'FMHBatar^->taraadloaa tturi beuttM to Itvo 
Mmhn irt aMopdomOy soa tad abf m<<b roilit 
Mtr oa^ to alMo, tonwooTlTit, mott^ tad mOdoaptgBfc 
twp-aliiifiBlo and noMtatla. ApiMK.. IMsol width ta 
ladtaa Iptoo, OorpmIom, Oradn OUvo, P trt iliiBo Oron, 
Coppv amfu AoddW Oeid. Laurol Ghton. Mt Oold, 
Tur^jolae, Noctunia Blue and Regimental 

Red. Joat enough et a "■hag” lo picaae _ 

modaW. Saf. itiM. B QO 

■aii, atun yaMl OeOCJ 


tfO TomU" — at what owt ba about tha )aw^ 

oat prlM te high iMhloo tfug. Haa awyw hl olHeay 
■bi« to flvo aap roon a ‘'right haw** look and ayioa't tea- 
(ura r fdlo B and ahraaioo raaiitaaoa win boep It looking 
that way. bi buoyant ahadaa ol WISow Chaim, Roman 
CWd. Froatod Umo, Avoaada, Paaooek, Bmarald lala. 
Raspberry, Straw, Merry Gold and Tangerine. Remem¬ 
ber, the best re-deevatlDg jobs start at 
the floor ^2 Cb 

Beg. 0.96. Sale, souare yard ^9e409 


Bamazy Lined Draperlaa 

Hi Mid ibadaa o< Aaooado, Punpkia or Ireaaa ki' 
rayoB/vlaoOoi; fuU latoen Unliiap. M" langlh. Bog. NAl 


tafMS, 

OatwiMh MrlM 
IM WMika Pair M.M 

Two wldlte PMr 4I.W 

ntree WiMw Pair M.M 


•aiifNaiae throw t tyle. 
qiniMd. Kaldtlag tiiadea. 

Bag, 4MI sad §Sm. 


Staigle Bise. each H.M 
Doable sM. nah M.Pt 
MaMMM Tsrdaffe, 46” 

width. Ifale, ^rd 2.M 


Floral Hopaaok Drapes ^ 

IM Pradonlnatliig iltadaa: Gold, Matea, BhM and Rad.* 
With glaatad haadlaff sad booht. Bag. iJi lo iiji. > 
1 WaIT. gala,fair «.#• i W a M**. 

IH W g or. lala. fair tt,M 

***** 

IW14i*‘, tew ■.ah 

Sale, pair lt.M W 

I w « Vslsaee: I 6 ”xie”. 

Isle, psir' 7.M 

iVtWkM’'. ^ Ferdagsi H” wMIk. 

Ssle. polr Ig.tB Ssle. each i.M 




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Ekmlptnred Nylon Carpet 12” Vinyl Aabeatoa Tile 


IBB ”t tyOtoik” b ii au ii It'o oeostruitad ol oonttnuom 
fflaoMMt qte yonV haM a baeaBooBi that eon taho a 
hs 4 af Mag. Ifi bardf, aaayeata and aaa taaka a 
draaafla Inif roaan w t la iwur hooM daasr tor a ytry 
omaR frtaa Va matt aad adldaw proot, inab raantam, 

*ra!J%!r«?'.sror^ - 


Menr^M aSaMS.’Apfrot. pc VO moanltv 

8«.g«. Me, tBMa lert Oa I 17 Bog. tta. 


EatoD'a SbofhMie-Soiin BroadlooB Sorlm. 

represaiitatlve to your home with saii^^ of any 
extM Ghlrfi or ebilBatton. 


IM ChsMobs sny floor wtth inamd beauty and otaads 
t 9 to tha bisviaM waOe year after year. Onom from 
two patma: MaiMa hi batga, mlitl/fraaa, wMli^Btitmeg, 
avoaada^swi, goM/radwood, gold/whltsi Matter In 
baige/laDry, gDld/Whfta, h a rvaot, ottwhlta/Barbla. Tiles 
are U hMlMB squasa aad VU” Wok, Figure your r ag ul re- 
mmtt tad ohoA yaw aerliM They 
mooBl t9 fret at flea onli a tfa. 4 Om 

Bag.tta. Ms,aaWlBs XOV 

Phone your nearest Bston store and wen send a 
of tht side broadlooms on this page. Estimates at no 


Choose Basy*Gare Sheer Fortrel Cnrtalna, Panels 


m a 41**. Beg. 4.1 
ffal^. Bog. 441. 


4as«r*. Bag. TJt. 
Beg. TJ6. 


TOasi”. Bag. i4ja, 
Man”. Bag. ti4a. 
IHM”. Mig. HIM. 


•ala. pr. 

■.M 

ajta 

7 .a» 


iiawa”. B^ nji. 


Man”. Bit. U4I. 
■Waolirafgafa 

Same boiutlAu waah 'a hi 
wnaa way, 

49” wMh. Bag. 1JB gall 
a” width. Beg. i.aa. Ssii 
•9” mim. Bog. 941. Ml 




^^BOoeaVgaabaokBoBs Sofa aad Chair Tlaows 


IW ”0tflooa” pia iMpa MM bi Mat. flHva, M«m, 
(Md lad Makai. Faam baMI frr frat 4lfa« and aaat 
look, *a tebrle waihabfr, sa any la tail that It tunbk 
drtai bt a msahliM. Beg. ILM 4a MJA 


Summer Furniture Covers in Blna or Oold Floral Print 

iBflyi BmM tbmi TIT” waaaa nt- IM ilm CBaw oaaan — to St iiT OMfra iaii«» final 


Ssie^eMh 

•afr, eM 


White Traverse Bods 

IBT KiMu Ball quidtty. WWi frldeo, brscbtti snd cards. 


,....«.4.38 to 14.88 


Opaque Window Shades 

tWB tang Isstteg qeettfr. (Bve prtraey and proteotto) 

o«n afroog u^t. flag. iM to lan. 


iBia BaMM CBMI UK* wama nt- 

taa frame, lulfrif dpjia Weak ban 
legs. Bag. t4fr Me, saoB Ma 

laia Mbm ]|elMoais->nofml cot- 
toe firiiamg to oehd aakMtr auapwted 

Vbogd. FoemfiUed. !Mx72x3’'. 

Sale, aaek I4.28 

ItkO OM-PWaa Pediad Chvsr for 

ebair. Pita onr aset and book. Oot- 
hioh laam. Viitrl BoraL Uxai”. 

Bag. 94a. •me, aeoh 2.28 

IBtD Tkyl tMfrans Pad-Ona-tnrii 
fiwni Mb aovmad in Vlnyi print Stze 
Rxn*. Bag. MB ■■ia. eaeh 4.78 


IM iM CBM Oaaan - to St 
aeaaa. Poiyioaffl tMidad. Prfrt iti 
tufted ooOoa, elaiflelxed. 

Beg. OJ*. gate, aaiB ■.28 


IM Vtayt Chan* BelecTwta Fteal 
paint, alartlafaed edge for snug fit. 

Bag. MS. Ms, eemi 288 


osttoa riiwilag fr acdid 
ported VfrjS. Pmib rMB 
Bef. isiaa sJa, eeea 


IM Qn^ CBMae PsAiH-Fkra! cot- 
tee la ni uglg to SbUd edcur Hlpfnrted 
Vlnjd. he tapes. 


IM DwlfM Thhla Ocean in floral 
Vimd, rippwrsd. U” diameter alzo 

wtth frfr|i 4 d^. 

Bee. Ml. Mil aM 2.88 


188 qeUted Chetr OaftaSi^Oowpieea 
covers aeat aad back, floral eotton/ 
ptakf Vinyl. ttM”. 


Dropems, Z)ept t$f 




Selling Monday, April 13, to Saturday, April 18 




















Biii trfrivt Vioarte. t.C, Surday, ApHt 13, IfW 


EATO N'S 

Trans Canada Super, 


Modern Walnut Triple Dresser Suite 

ly* The design that bridges tlw generation gap. For the young newly weds, the slim modem lines fit 
beautifully in apartments. For the more settled, looking for their second suite, the simple design co-ordi¬ 
nates easily with other pieces. Everycme wiQ admire the fine walnut veneer with Swedish walnut fln»sb, 

the roomy, 72" triple drawn- dresser and spacious b-drawer chest Custructed to ^ _ 

last, with dovetailed Joints, centre drawer guides, solid t(^, gables and drawer allU 

fnmts. Bed is 4/6 size with panel headboard. Sate, 3 pteces iK^7 

Night 1M)le. Sate, each 44.M Haecbtel Modern Cedar Gbeste^9Kxl7xl6^". Sate, each 1M.OO 


Save 20% on Colonial Open Stock 


17S Buy Just vdiat you need to create your own Individual effect in soft sandalwood finish. The Had- 
don Hall quality shows In the solid maple tops and drawo- fironti. 

54” Triple Dreaaer. Beg. USJS. Sale, each B&M Doable PeMal Drak. Beg. 30.35. Sate, TBlM 

46” Doable Iteaaaer. Beg. S0JM. Sale, each T0uBB m ax saIa fla.ea 

„ _ _ _ „ ' _ , __ aiB|^ Peoatal Dcak. Msg, TSBo. Bate, ea. 

Framed IBtior, Beg. 31J5. Sate, JXBB ^ ^ 

S-Oiaaar Chest. Beg. 80J6. Sate^ each 71.B0 «•* 

Spindle Bed. 4/6,3/8. Beg. S9J6. Sale, ea.47.M Night Ihble. Beg. 42.93. Sale, eath SABI 


Kroehler Modern Sleeper-Lonnge Haddon Hall Qlenhaven Units 

17# Sofa and bed for the price of one. Slim arm style, button- *77 Sleep easily . . . 312 adjusto-rest mattress by Simmons. Match- 

tufted hark and coil spring back construction for deep comfort. Full, spring for maximum emnfort and support. 3/3 and 4/6 size. 

double size spring-filled mattress. Textured _ _ _ _ _ 6®-50- Mattreas or Box Spring. Sate, each 87.BB 

Beg. 199JiO. Qaeen Size Cait Sate, nait 1M.M 

Sealy Bidley Hattrem m Box Spring, S/S, 4/6. Sal^ eaeh 43.WI 

E»t 0 n‘a Mattr«a»a$, Dapt. i71 


29.50 Off 39” Maple Bunk Bed 


t7t Sturdy, Canadian hard maple construction. Shaped end styling 
Colonial design. Includes comMnation ladder and guard rail with no¬ 
tip safety feature. Smooth tc^, sprii^-fiDed mattress and padded 
posture boards, as bunk or twin beds. . 

Beg. 188JW. 1 

8ate,eoinpleto 


Pepper. 


Smtvn'a JVmtHfv, papL 170 


Furniture Deeiirnod for Baby 

*79 High Chair-^Tubular steel frame, overhead tray, Vinyl cov¬ 
ered. Sale, eaeh 3B.M 

*9# Crib by Storkeraft—Single drop aide, white enamri with nurs¬ 
ery decak. Sale, eaeh BAM 

*0* ITeaaiii Brae ^lafaat Care”—Crib mattrem, Vinyl cover. Ap¬ 
prox. 27x25". Big. 1686. Sate, each SBBO 


Haddon Hall “Princess Boyal” 

**a 512 adjusto-rest coils in 54” width. Conq^etely SalniUzed. 

Mattress or Box Spring, 3/3, 4/A Beg. 3850. Sate, eaeh M.M 

Qaeea She Uidt. Beg. 2408A Sale, antt 1M.M 

Begeat by Seah, MattrcM er Box Spring. S/A 4/A 4B.M 
Vlayl BeadboarA 3/3 she. Sale, eaeh AM 


Light Up in Style at Savings 

its CiMafe Lamp-Black marfate pedestal, eggsbril cedour taffeta 
shade. 36" taU. Sate, eaeh n.M 

*94 While Bririal GMa Vaae Gold and iriilte tonaa, white ahan- 

tui« shade. Sale, caih M.M 

*99 Briatol Olaaa Vaae IkMe lamp Gold and whitemottff. Beige 
rayon shade. Nate, aaah 

*9# AUght Oryalal Chaadelar. Sate, aaah SAM 


FMmtfwre^ lUpt S70 


Kmtmt'a M»ttr*$ata, D*pU t7i 


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Haddon Hall “Sleep King*” Continental Viking “Totable” 20** Portable TV 


IM Think Gf it u a good night’s sleep, not just a complete bed at outstanding aavini^ Look for the 253 
adiusto-rest, auto*loc constnictkn that does wonderful things fra* your bade. Feel ihi medium Arm 8U|>- 
port, not too hard* not too soft Quitted top for extra sleeping ea«e. The good 
quality rayon damask cover is designed to last Matchk^ box spring with 72 single OO 

cone adjiBtMvst coOs wmic with the mattress to'doulito yoar sleeping eomf^. * ^ 

Complete with 6 hardwood legs. Roomy 39" size. Beg. 99.M. Sale, complete ■ 

Eatott'a Mattreaaea, Dapt. t71 


kM Dine with the Oallopiiig Gounnet bring the Stanley Cup playoffs to your den or wmtdi the 
“African Queei” reach the Atlan tic frocn the safety of a co^^ b^ Sm It all deariy on the kife TOT- 
size scre^. Both VHF and UHF all channel reception. Rapid-on picture ^ AK 

and Bound, pre-eet fine turdur and bte 4“ front s pe a ker add to your ^ M mm 

viewing pleasure. SBm 23” xn%"xcabinet. Model E0P2920U. I 

Sale, Meh 

IMnxe TV Stand—Fits 17*’ to 21” models. With castors for easy mo ve ment and walnut dielf. 

Sale, eaeb Ul99 
Bmtam'a EnUn^inment Centre, Ziept zeo 


20% Off Apartment Size Dinette Save 20% on 5-Pce. Family Dinette Viking 23” Walnnt Console TV 


l*t Eye-catching, “decorator design” features single pedestal table 
with stardust Arborite top, 21x24” opening to 42”. Two swivel diairs 
have foam padded inside and outside bade and padded 
vinyl seat cover in chic avocado polka dots. Beg. 129.50. g*r\ 

8 aie.Spiece 8 lUo.DU 
Eaton'a Furmilura, Dapt t70 


!•* Three growing boys are no reaswi to sacriflee style for jjniclical 
cooifort when you can have a dinette like this with textured finish 
Arborite top in walnut Roesny 36x48" table opens to 
60”. Hi-back chairs are covered in blade heavy gauge ... ^— 
vinyl. Beg. lS9JiO. Sale, 5 piecea Ul»OU 

£a(»s’c Furmtitrt,J)apt t70 


1*8 Buy black and white at its best in handsome natural walnut 
caWnet wtfii "Penna Deep” protection. £nj(^ a large family siae 23” 
screen, rapid-on picture and sound, pre-set fine tuning wd VHF and 
UHF chamiel selectors. New imperial chassis. Model nm 

BOC3023U. Sale, each 848.85 

Eaton’t Homa EntartaimMnt Centra, Dept, tttt 


20% Off Oil Painting Frames 


IM Exchistvdy Eabm's in soft gold tone. Beg. S.75 to 8b96. 

Sale, each: 

8x10, 2.99; 9x12, 2.29; 10x12, B.3*; 10x14, 3.8B; Uxl4. 2.59; 
12x14, S.7t; 12x10, X99; Ux20, 4.W; 18x24, t.3»t 20x24, 8.4B: 
14x18, 4.29; 20x30. 9.29; 24x80, t-M; 24x36, 7.0B. 

100 Decorator Fraaied Mlrrto^-Wlth plate glass mirror. Frame, 
gold finiah. OveraU size 25x31”. Beg. 4 &j 00. Sale, met Sl.M 

Eaton'm Pietmraa tmd Mtrrorv, Uapt. 974 


Elegantly Framed Beprodnotions Save 116.00 on Kawai Pianos 


1*0 Antique gdd finish, carver frame with green centra liner. Over¬ 
all size 16x18”. Sale, each 1X99 

1*7 Aatique GaU RnMi Miniatuns, 7>/4”x6” Sale, eadh tJ99 

too Limoge Mhifaitarea—Antique gold fint^, red or green velvet. 

Sale, each S.M 

lOto 18”xM” Door Hirror—Beg. I9J6— Hale, each 18.M 

^ Eaiim'a Pietnrea and M ir rera. Dept 974 


400 Make beautiful music on a handsome, traditional st^ed "Yorfc- 
dale” piano in Makore walnut. Features grande size keyboard wdght- 
ed and balanced. Direct aetkm fw eeiier playing. Heavy six back 
construction, three «t)rking pedals including beae sustain, and Stka 
spruce sound board. Complete with matching bench. 

B^ iSo.9D. Sale, met 878*00 

^ Ealon’a Pianaa, Dapt 340 


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In Springy a Woman’s Fancy Turns to 
Decoratingr and Eaton’s is Prepared 

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EATON'S 

Trans Canada Super^ 


Bright Patio Grouping is Colour-Co-Ordmated. Weather-Resistant 

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205 Folding chairs have full width aeats. Chaises are 5-position adjustable. Both equipped with apti-tlp legs. One-inch tubular 
aluminum construction with 2y^' nylon weblxng in turquoise, yellow or lime . . . colour-co-ordinated plastic arms. 

200 g.pce. Set of Umbrella sold nniiviDiiAUiY: 

(pull-cord), 40” umbrella table, tiiuhreUsi each 41.M Owtr e. - each 7.M Patio Oh 1»— each iSiM 

Vinyl/nylon table cover, 4 web chairs, UmbiMa 'Tablea- each ULW Chaliee each tS.M Aloialnni 

1 chaise. Sale, set 109^ Table Ceren— eac* IM Sh Loners each M.M 

Farmhirs, D^pt. sn 


Slide ’N Splash Pools 

207 Lots of room for fun in this 66” diameter, 
4 . 12” deep pool of tough linear polyethylene. Built 

g with slide complete with metal ladder. Seamless 
C construction. light, strong and tough ^ ^ 

P in wear. Sale, each 1U.98 


Hammock and Steel Stand Beautify Lawns and Gardens this Spring—Yon Save 

200 Tobolar Steel Stand features 3-point suspen- . ... . 

Sion, green/white enamel finish. Stores flat. •8ph»«»iim Peat _ Rich, n^J^ ail •Tero 19*4 Pertilfa^ Controlled nitrogen 

Sale, each 10.99 additive. Sale, 4 ca. ft. bag 2.99 release. Covers af^rox. 4,000 sq. ft. 

200 Woven Hammock in striped rotton duck. T«» Garten Grove Thrift Grass 8e^ Sale, 40-lli. hag X39 

Green and red with white fringe, tie-in pillow. Sale, Wb. bag &99 214 *1600 7-7-7 Fertiliser -- All-purpose use. 

Sale, earii 9.99 212 *‘Bedwood” Ce^ Planter — 14” brass bands. Sale. 40-lb. bag 2.39 

Boy Botii tor 18.99 Sale, each 4.99 • o«t •! tom MIvcrr utrik ^hiw t week* im MNwy. 

OiitgMr Gomm, DrpL »t7 GonUn Shop*, D«pL ttO Gerdra Shov*. DnL UO 


Mixed Gladiolus Bulbs 

21S No. 1 size bulbs in wide colour range. 20 
in bag. Sale, bag 99e 

Giant Flowering D